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Music lovers, this is your weekend!The newly revamped Pickin in the Pines Music Festival--featuring a variety of music, ranging from folk to jazz, as well as a new sound bluegrass organizers guarantee will satisfy your music craving--kicks off this evening at Forest Capital Park. Jubals Kin will headline the music festival, bringing their Appalachia-infused Cosmic Americana sound to Taylor County. The music begins today at 1 p.m. and continues through Saturday night, Sept. 28. The festival will also feature arts and craft vendors as well as concessions.Donations welcomeHelping Hands of the Shelter is accepting donations for an upcoming ea market sale planned Friday, Oct. 25, at the Grand Pavilion in Rosehead Park. Do you have any household items just lying around collecting dust? If so, we want them! volunteers said. Items are being collected at Yarbrough Tire (602 West Hampton Springs Ave.) For additional information, please call Martha at (850) 584-7554 or Joey at (850) 295-7554. The sale will be held in conjunction with Help Hands annual Strutt Your Mutt parade.Poker Run rolls out this SaturdayAMVET Riders of Perry will host a Poker Run this Saturday, starting at 11 a.m. Scheduled stops include: Outzs Too in Newport, SkyBox Sports Bar on Crawfordville Highway and Captain Seaniles in Crawfordville Highway. The nal stop will be back at Outzs Too for a chicken dinner and live music featuring the band Alibi. Hands are $10 each and include dinner. Additional activities include rafes, a 50/5 drawing and live auction. Registration will be held at the clubhouse (107 East Green Street) or riders may join the group at any stop. For more information, please call (954) 695-2978.Food distribution planned today (Friday)A food distribution will be held at Jerkins Community Center today (Friday), from 8 a.m. to noon.Distinguished Young Women Program set for Oct. 5The 2013 Florida Forest Festival Distinguished Young Women Program will be held Saturday, Oct. 5, at 6 p.m. at Forest Capital Hall. The entry fee is $5.Lee to speak at library on MondayAuthor Ashton Lee will be the featured guest at the Friends of the Taylor County Public Library program on Monday, Sept. 30. Lee is the author of The Cherry Cola Book Club. The free program will begin at 5:30 p.m. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdaySeptember 27-28, 2013 Index One section 124th Year, No. 38www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday85 63 Saturday 84 65 Sunday84 59 Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . ........... A-10 Welcome to Fall ClasNews Forum Paul McNutt, 71, testied in his own defense Thursday morning telling the jury his side of the story and the series of events Dec. 5, 2011, that resulted in the death of two men and the maiming of a third. The accused doublemurderer spent nearly 90 minutes on the stand, answering a series of questions that drew a picture of a once-neighborly relationship between his family and the Spees. It was a relationship, he said, which deteriorated as conict over a 30-foot dirt road escalated. The conict began, he said, shortly after he and his wife purchased the home on Johnson-Stripling Road they had previously rented. McNutt described anger that arose from the Spees family, anger he said was expressed through intentional speeding up and down the road that was built on a 30-foot easement of his property and led to a group of homes owned (and occupied) by the Spees. He said much of the hostility came from Lee Spees III, the grandson of Lee and Connie Spees Sr. He would stop and I wouldnt want to repeat the language he was hollering toward us (he and his wife, Diane), McNutt testied. On the day of the shooting which claimed the lives of Lee Spees Sr. and his son, Lee Spees Jr., McNutt said he and his wife were in a hurry to get over to his daughters home for dinner. (A second son, David Spees, was critically injured during the shooting incident.) Did something happen that day to cause you to call the law? his attorney, Cliff Davis asked. Yes, sir. We have to use the easement too. I came out and saw there were ruts in the road from where they (members of the Spees family) had pulled a tree over it. They had cut a string I had put up and left MURDER TRIAL Paul McNutt Lee Spees Sr. Lee Spees Jr. Suspect testies he has no memory of shooting McNutt: the lights went out Please see page 3 Commission, DMH board debate leaseThe Taylor County Commission spent more than an hour Tuesday evening discussing a proposed new lease agreement between the county and Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH) Board of Directors for the continued operation of the hospital. A number of DMH board members were present for Tuesdays workshop as commissioners talked about the lease and the hospital. Much of the discussion once again centered on a proposed clause in the lease which would give DMH the authority to partner or participate with a regional health care system, with the resulting partnership having the authority to appoint additional members to the DMH board. By the end of the discussion, the commissioners were able to reach an agreement, at least amongst themselves, on most of the other issues raised about the lease agreement during the workshop, including the perceived need for DMH to partner with another entity to help sustain its operation. Rep. Southerland: D.C. is a place where truth is relativeU.S. Rep. Steve Southerland spoke to the Perry Rotary Club this week, discussing Washington, D.C., and its political divides, not in the usual terms of Republicans versus Democrats, but those who believe in absolute truth versus those he called relativists. He began his talk by saying he was thankful that Taylor County remained in his district following last years state redistricting efforts, calling the county a home base of sorts when he visits the eastern portion of his district. Youve been absolutely fabulous to us, he said to the 40 people in attendance. Southerland was rst elected to Floridas second congressional district in 2010 and was re-elected last year to a second term. Describing Washington, TCSO awarded for loss controlSheriff L.E. Bummy Williams and the Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce (TCSO) has been awarded the Florida Sheriffs Risk Management Fund (FSRMF) Loss Control Annual Safety Award for 2013 for excellence in risk management and loss control. The TCSO was one of only three departments statewide to receive the award (the other counties to Please see page 11 Please see page 11 Please see page 12

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STONE RESIGNS AS HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPALBold, front-page headlines declared Ron Stones resignation from his post as principal of Taylor County High School (TCHS). He noted that he had hit his peak here and would be moving to Pinellas County for career advancement. From a student population of 4000 in Taylor, he would act as assistant superintendent for employee relations where the student population was 90,000. A considerable pay increase was also an enticement, Stone said.DEBATE TEAM WINS!Other reports from the high school fell into the good news category. Members of the TCHS Debate and Forensics Team captured rst place in the novice division of the Florida State UniversityLincoln Invitational Debate Tournament held in Tallahassee. Winners, who were pictured, included Diane Hagin, Henry Davis, Elizabeth Barry Daniel Beth Parkey and Cindy Wilson with sponsor Ron Roderick.PAGEANT PROFILES CONTINUEJeanette Turner, Kathleen Woodward and Jackie Webb were pictured on front page as preparations for the Florida Forest Festival Queen Pageant neared completion.GOOD DEALSBuckeye Employees Credit Union announced its 7.75 percent interest rate on savings certicates. Those were the days! An entrepreneur located at 1215 S. Jefferson advertised that he was paying highest prices ever for cow hides. Colgate toothpaste was 69 cents at Scottie Drugs, and Olan Mills portraits were 99 cents at the Holiday Inn, Oct. 3-4. Television sets were two for one at The Television Center. If you bought a 25 console, you received a free 12 t.v.POPULATION GROWS BY 6Christina Suzanne Hornsby was born to Mr. and Mrs. John William Hornsby at Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH) on Sept. 16. She weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces. Kristy and Rickey Stringfellow announced the birth of their daughter, Laura Lynn, on Sept. 18. She weighed 6 pounds, 7.5 ounces. Sarah Elizabeth Battillo was born to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R. Battillo on Sept. 16, weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams welcomed a daughter, Contria Denise, A-2 Perry News-Herald September 27-28, 2013 Looking Back September 27-28, 2013 THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD September 28, 1978 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comHow hard is it to take a photo? Who knew that the hardest part of writing and publishing a book would be taking an author photo? Well, at least for me, it has been. Two and a half months from now, my novel, Our First Love, will make its second debut, but unlike 2008 when I self-published the novel and released it only in North Florida, my new editor and publisher are thinking globally with the December 2013 debut. Since my editor, Zane, acquired two of my novels publishing rights for Simon & Schuster, Ive been busy completing a list of assigned tasks in preparation for the I wrote the book in 2006 and 2007, and I had not read it since 2008, so I needed to refresh my memory. Before I could reread the book, my publishing director, Charmaine, emailed me a six-page that needed to be answered from the authors perspective. The questions were about the novels storyline, target audience, marketing strategies and history. I read the novel overnight then began completing the tip sheet. As soon as the tip sheet was done, I was contacted by a cover designer from the company who had his own questions about the novel, as well as ideas about the novels cover. Two weeks later, he sent me three versions of the cover and asked me to choose the one I liked best. After I made my choice, Charmine asked, When can we expect an author photo? An author photo? I asked, glancing down at the last item on my To-Do List. We dont need it right away, Charmaine of October when the book goes to print. I breathed a sigh of relief. A friend who was sitting nearby and privy to this exchange asked, You act like youre scared to take a picture. Whats with that? Im not scared, I said. I just need time to get ready. I have to tone up. Drink more water. Get more rest. And get a hair cut so I can look like an author. October is next week, and I still dont look like an author. Ive completed all the other tasks on my To-Do List. Ive set up my author page on the Simon & Schuster web portal. Ive read and approved two edited proofs magazine interview for an entertainment magazine, The Promoter. Back in August, after sensing my reluctance to take my author photo, the same friend tried to motivate me by telling me to Google Our First Love and Anthony Lamarr. I did and discovered that even though the book doesnt go on sale until December, it is being set up in traditional and online bookstores all over the United States and in places like Canada, England, France, Australia, Germany and Japan. I also came across an article in Publishers Weekly about fall 2013s most anticipated romance novels, and lo and behold, there was Our First Love by Anthony Lamarr. You need to get ready and take that photo, he said, because its going to be seen all over the world. I dont mind people everywhere reading what I write, but the idea of my photo instead of motivating me, my friend scared me into joining the gym the next day. Unfortunately, I was scared enough to sign up but not enough to show up. So, with only a few more days before the Oct. 1 deadline to submit the author photo to my publisher and complete my pre-publishing to-do list, I turned to my friend again for advice. My friend pondered his brain for a few seconds then advised, Your picture is going on the back of the book, not the front. So nobody expects you to look like Fabio. But it wouldnt hurt if I could channel Fabio, I responded. Well, you have three days to take that picture, he grinned and said. Get to channeling. A Designing Woman Before she gained fame as a Designing Woman, Delta Burke (top photo, second from left) proudly wore the crown as Miss Florida 1974. She was among honored queens who took part in the Please see page 3

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A-4 Perry News-Herald September 27-28, 2013 Living Touchton, Murphy plan November 2 wedding ceremony Patrick (Pat) and Kathryn (Kathie) Touchton of Perry announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan Nichole, to Robert Christopher Murphy of Perry. The prospective groom is the son of Theresa (Sheli) Britt of Perry and the late Ricky (Dye) Murphy of Quincy. The bride-elect is employed with Doctors Memorial Hospital. Her maternal grandparents are Curtis and Esther Jackson, and her paternal grandparents are Maurice Touchton and the late Wanda Touchton. The groom-to-be works with Chemring Ordnance. His maternal grandmother is Ruby Jane Britt. The couple will exchange wedding vows on Nov. 2, 2013, at 4 p.m. in Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church. Only out-of-town invitation will be issued; all friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend the ceremony. Megan Nichole Touchton, Robert Christopher Murphy The Shady Grove Fire Department received a check for $325 from the participants in the Miss Shady Grove Contest. Pictured from left (bottom row) are: Lauralei Brannen, Little Miss Kealie Johnson, Addison Weekley and Kyleigh Cruce; (middle row), Princess Tyler Copen and Queen Mireya Otero; (Not pictured: Haley Chitwood)$900 raised by Shady Grove contest; $325 to reghtersBy FLORRIE BURROUGHS Shady Grove News columnist I have several reports to share: Yard saleThe Community Yard Sale held Sept. 5-7 was reported to be a success by those who participated. Thanks to everyone who set up tables and those who shopped. Fish fry The Fish Fry last Saturday in the park was a success!! Music was provided by Richard Cruce, Brent Rowell and Wade Cruce with yours truly on the keyboard part of the time. I was pleased to see some old friends that I had not seen in quite some time. Billy Lewis was one of these. I grew up with Billy and his siblings; we attended church together but I had not seen him in years. The other special surprise was my brother-in-law Jerry Cruce and his wife Mary. Jerry and Mary live in Arkansas and it was certainly a pleasure to see them again. Jerry told me he keeps up with Shady Grove through my articles. Thanks Jerry. So good to see you and Mary! A special big thanks to Joe Mattingly of Rockys for providing the sh. If you didnt know, Rockys has a variety of shing and hunting supplies that I dont think you will nd anywhere else. Thank him for being a great community supporter. Special thanks also to The Wharf for providing the cole slaw. It was delicious! Also for the Shady Grove Citizens Council and the many volunteers. We simply could not carry out these events without your help. Silent auction The Silent Auction was lots of fun as folks competed for the various items. Perhaps the favorite item was the 10-layer chocolate cake baked and donated by Carol Cruce that sold for $100. The purchaser, Don Curtis, then donated the cake back to be sold by the slice. There was not a crumb left. Thanks Carol, and thanks Don. And the winners are... Winners of the Miss Shady Grove contest are: Little Miss Kealie Johnson, Princess Tyler Copen, and Queen Mireya Otero. Other participants were: Lauralei Brannen, Kyleigh Cruce, Haley Chitwood and Addison Weekley. We appreciate these girls and their families for helping to raise money for our community. Total funds raised by the girls was $900 and they presented the Shady Grove Volunteer Fire Department with a check in the amount of $325.00 Have you got your ticket?A reminder to get your tickets for the Mossberg Model 500 12-gauge shotgun with wood grain 28 vented barrel. Tickets are $1 and can be purchased at Rockys Store Shady Grove and on Hwy. 98 West as well as Perry Pawnbrokers. Also each council member has tickets. The winning ticket will be drawn on Dec. 21 at the Fourthth Annual Shady Grove Country Christmas. We have sold a lot of tickets, so be sure to get yours. My wonderful sister-in-law, Pat Rowell, invited me and others to breakfast last week. She served the most delicious quiche. Heres the recipe. I know you will want to try it. Sausage Quiche1 lb. Jimmy Dean sausage, cooked and well drained 1-1/2 c. shredded Swiss cheese 2 t. diced onions c. chopped green bell peppers c. chopped red bell peppers 4 large eggs 1 c. light cream (may substitute with milk) 1 deep dish pie shell Mix cooked sausage and cheese. Beat eggs and cream/ milk together. Combine onions, peppers, sausage and egg mixture. Pour into pie shell and bake in a 375 degree preheated oven for 40-45 minutes or until quiche is set. Thats all for now. Lord willing Ill see you back here in two weeks.

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The Taylor County Middle School Bulldogs have started their 2013-2014 season 3-0, charging the eld at Dorsett Stadium for Thursday evening home games. Head Coach Tanner Jones is assisted by: Jimmy Blair, defensive coordinator; Carl Sadler, receivers; Jeff Johnson, offensive line/special teams; Justin McGuire and Jesse Whiddon, offensive line; Keith Anderson, linebackers; Dave Gray, defensive backs; and Victor Conde, defensive line. This years starting line-up is: 2 DaCorian Bellamy, 3 Delrikos Brooks, 4 Conrad McNeal, 5 Dataveus Robinson, 6 Chris Reaves, 8 Chad Richardson, 9 Chad Pace, 10 Ben Brown, 11 Hunter Bell, 12 Kavan Thomas, 13 Keistin Anderson, 14 Ethan Johnson, 15 Joshua Mixon, 16 Austin Carlton, 21 Samuel Morgan, 22 Shaun Lane, 24 Anthony Washington, 30 Shane Williams, 31 Ridge Sadler, 34 Bradley Williams, 43 Dilan Clark, 44 Joseph Morgan, 50 Chris Davis, 51 Nathaniel Washington, 52 Austin Kidd, 53 Titan Cruce, 56 Javon Ross, 57 Josh Clayton, 58 Wesley Davidson, 59 T.J. Lee, 60 Nathan Hendry, 61 Tristan Hodge, 62 Austin Lambert, 67 DeWayne Williams, 68 Jeremiah Edmonds, 69 Nathan Olive, 70 Eli Morgan, 72 Victor Conde, 74 Austin Lago, 78 Patrick Whiddon and 79 Jordan Williams. A-5 Perry News-Herald September 27-28, 2013 TAYLOR COUNtTY MIDDLE ScCHOOL BULLDOGS Members of the 2013-14 TCMS Tumble Team include: (front row, l to r) Victoria Taylor, Keiaira Schubert and Ceven Kidd; (middle row, l to r) Josie Louk, Evan Richardson, Aiden Dunaway and Paityn Wilson; and (back row, l to r) Caroline Middleton, Kayle Couey, Kayla Padgett, Erica Taylor and Abbyanna Stewart. Keeping the crowd entertained with spirited cheers are members of the 2013-214 TCMS Cheerleading Squad: (back row, l to r) Haley Smith, Markayvia Robinson, Ceanna Markle, MacKenzie Nowlin, Anna Morgan, Lillie Welch, Destyni Cooper, Brailyn Wilkes; and (front row, l to r) Kasey Parker, Bella Flores, Kendal Blue, Rylee Hudson, Kylee Roberts, Jessica Knowles, Clara Lilliott, Erica Carnley, Members of the 2013-14 TCMS Dance Team are: (front row, l to r) Lori Stewart, Nita Carter, Cassie Stewart and Megan Edwards; and (back row, l to r) Emily Knudsen, Shay Flowers, Chloe Cruce, Princess Smith and Makayla Hinkle. The 2013-14 TCMS majorettes include: (l to r) Jenna Lee, Victoria Roberts, Kalie Towles and Ayana Fitchett. Not pictured is Arianna Walker. 2013-14 Taylor County Middle School Bulldogs

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A-6 Perry News-Herald September 27-28, 2013 Religion Marvin Hoyt CarltonMarvin Hoyt Carlton, 84, died Sept. 25, 2013, in Tallahassee as a result of complications from prior mini-strokes. Mr. Carlton was born on March 21, 1929, in Dixie County, but spent the vast majority of his life in Taylor County. He was from a pioneer Florida family, the son of Marvin Hendry Carlton and Mattie Futch Carlton. He was educated in the small community schools that dotted Taylor County. Drafted into the U.S. Army in 1950, he served his country on the battlefront in Korea. Mr. Carlton was among those who built the new paper mill in Foley, then was one of their rst new hires. He retired from Buckeye in 1985, and afterward farmed and ran a backyard sawmil. A Baptist, his last membership was recorded at Lakeside Baptist Church. He married Elsie Mae Day on Oct. 7, 1950, and was preceded in death by her in 1991. Born to them, and surviving are: son, David Carlton of Perry; daughters, Mona Kimble of Tryon, N.C., and Laura Brannen of Perry. He was preceded in death by a brother, Bill Carlton, and is survived by a brother, Alton Slick Carlton of Perry; sisters, Pinkie Langford Lloyd of Greenville, Lee Young of Perry and Elizabeth Gavilan of Jacksonville; eight grandchildren; 14 greatgrandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Saturday, Sept. 28, at 2 p.m. at the chapel of Burns Funeral Home in Perry, with internment following in Pisgah Cemetery. Family visitation will be held today, Sept.27, at Burns Funeral Home from 6-8 p.m. TIDBITS: Singles conference Saturday at Potters House By SARAH HALL Prayer List: Reguther Crowell (home), Nobie Roberts (VA/Gainesville), Nancy Crowell and Frankye Sermons (eye surgery). Focus Stay focused on Jesus Christ and His teachings for the day of the Lord is at hand. Every day, apply Gods teachings and standards to your life. (This is called making the right choices.) We are all capable of learning, if we study. God has given each of us a gift. We can easily ignore it or use it. Become doers of the word and not just hearers only. Congratulations! Congratulations to our 2013 Women of the Year at New Brooklyn M.B. Church: Sister Nancy Crowell (oldest living member) and Sister Cynthia McBride (First Lady). Successful breakfastOur foreign mission breakfast was a success even though our guest, the Rev. Ellis McKenzie, could not come. He had to go to Haiti because one of his friends and a supporter was killed. We all know of the unrest that other countries are having. We solicit your prayers as he goes through this tragic situation. We also thank all of our churches, friends and supporters for rallying to the cause. May God continue to bless and keep you is our prayer.The New Brooklyn M.B. Relief and Resource Ministry (Lessie Dunnell, president; Walter Bishop, coordinator; and the Rev. D. L. McBride, pastor.) Calling all singlesAll singles, teens and adults, are invited to Potters House Ministries 2013 Singles Conference planned for Saturday, Sept. 28, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Pre-registration (which is free) is planned for today, Sept. 27, from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. Registration is also possible Saturday from 9 until 10 a.m. A special session will be held for teens 12-15. The church with the most inspired leader and singles will be awarded the grand prize. For additional information, please contact Pat Clayton at 584-7819 or Frances Johnson at 3710333. Door prizes will also be presented. Obituaries Skeet Shoot slated Sunday at Mt. Gilead Baptist ChurchThe Mt. Gilead Baptist Church has scheduled a free skeet shoot for all ages this Saturday, Sept 28, at noon at the church. Lunch will be served for all those who gather. Contestants may bring their own shotguns for this event or the church will provide guns. At the completion of the skeet shoot, prizes will be awarded to all winners. Everyone in the community is invited to participate. Community-wide sing planned at New Home A community-wide Fifth Sunday Sing and celebration is planned for this Sunday, Sept. 29, beginning at 6 p.m. in New Home Baptist Church. New Home welcomes everyone, said a spokesperson for the church. Fellowship will follow. Puppets at Singspiration The youth puppet ministry, The Popcorn Gang, will make a special appearance Sunday during the Singspiration service at Lakeside Baptist Church. The event begins at 7 p.m., featuring a variety of upbeat songs of praise and worship. The community is cordially invited.

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