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47th Year, No. 45
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McCain,

Curtis carry

Taylor County
Sen. John McCain easily carried
Taylor County over Sen. Barack
Obama in Tuesday's voting 6,446
(69%) to 2,787 (30%).
: Republican Don Curtis of Perry
out-polled Democrat Leonard
Bembry of Greenville 4,789
(52%) to 4,413 (48%) for the
sprawling District 10 Florida
House seat. Results from other
Counties were not available at
press time.
: Randy Hathcock defeated Don
Love for the District 1 Soil and
Water Boaxd seat 4,956 (60%) to
3,276 (40%).


Home needed fop white
German shepherds
Two white German shepherds are
mourning the loss of their owner, who
became too ill to care for them and
turned them over to the Taylor County
Animal Control Shelter last week.
The shepherds, who are both in
their senior years, have never been
separated and are in need of a loving
home.
They are current on all their
vaccinations (including heart worm
treatment) and both have Tull AKC"
records.
Their owner is a Vietnam veteran
who is battling a life-threatening
disease. He was very closely bonded
to dogs, officers said. "They seemed to
be his only family."
Anyone wishing to take in the
shepherds is encouraged to call
animal control at 838-3525.













Get the latest on rules and
regulations for the 2008 hunting
-season inside today's special "Hunting
.2008," which begins at on page B-2.

Police seek information
it-an.-run truck
; The Perry Police Department is
seeking the owner/driver of a blue
1987 Ford F-150 truck involved in a
,hit-and-run traffic crash Florida Forest
Festival weekend (Oct. 25-26). The
right front headlight lens from the
vehicle was recovered at the scene of
the crash on Susan Street, off
.Highway 98. Anyone with information
-regarding the vehicle is asked to
contact the PPD at 584-5121. Callers
may remain anonymous.

Disae coweter closes
Thursday
Taylor County's Disaster Recovery
Center, which was opened to assist
residents affected by Tropical Storm
Fay, will close Thursday, Nov. 6. The
center is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
located at the Perry-Foley Airport. The
deadline to apply for assistance is
Monday, Nov. 10. Residents may also
Call 800-621-FEMA (3362).


Editorial ....... . .


. .. .A-2


Living ............... A-4
Religion .............. A-6
Sports ........... . .A-7
Community ........ . .B-1
Classified ............ B-5


Early morning chase



ends with one arrest


A suspect who pulled a loaded
gun on one man and threatened to
"shoot up" another woman's house
was arrested after an early-
morning foot chase by police
Sunday.
Antonio Curtis Morris, 29, was
charged with possession of
cocaine, possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis, possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon and


How


should


bullies be


punished?
With bullking in schools
becoming an increasingly national
issue. the Tjalor CO.'Lnti School
District approved a series of tate-
mandated changes to its bullying
and harassment police.
The updates include speciihc
examples of bulling as ell as --
new section on c',beibullming
According to Districi Director
of Personnel Clyde Cruce. Tj'ilo
County, had a bull ing police in
place. but the Florida Legislature
mandated district. acro-s the state
add the ney, pro% sions.
The district s e\isung police.
defines harassment. intimidation
and bulking as 'an\ intenton:1l
ritten. erbal or physical act'
that physically hams a >rudenrt-m
damages the student's property:
has the effect of substantially
interfering with a 'tudent'i
education; is so severe, persistent
or pervasive that it creates an
intimidating or threatening
educational environment; or has
the effect of substantially
disrupting the orderly operation of
the school.
-' Please see page 3


resisting officers without violence.
Officers with the Perry Police
Department (PPD) were first
contacted around 2 a.m. Sunday
regarding a report of man who had
been threatened by Morris; two
hours later, at 4:20 a.m., a second
caller reported that Morris had
threatened to "shoot up her house."
Police officers began searching
the area for Morris and located his


vehicle behind a store on Warner
Avenue.
As Ptl. Bruce Griffin and Ptl.
Connie Hightower approached the
vehicle, they saw Morris flee into a
wooded area.
The officers, along with Sgt.
Gene Franklin, followed Morris'
trail into the woods before finding
,-I, Please see page 3


Blaze damages home
A Friday afternoon fire seriously damaged a residence
located at 297 First Street. According to the City of Perry
Fire Department, the fire started in the kitchen and about
half of the interior was destroyed. Firefighters were able to
save three rooms. In addition to the fire department,
personnel from the Perry Police Department and Doctors'
Memorial Hospital EMS also responded to the scene.


Local veterans and their families
will be honored guests at a number
of events next week
commemorating Veterans Day
2008.
Taylor County High School
JROTC will host its annual
Veterans Day ceremony Tuesday,
Nov. 11, starting at 10:43 a.m
Guest speakers will include the
winners of the essay contest
entitled "How the service and
sacrifices by America's veterans
benefit today's youth:" Michelle
Denmark, first place; Stephen


Smith, second place; and
CarrieBeth Nowlin, third place.
Prizes for the contest were
sponsored by the American
Legion, VFW and AMVETS.
Immediately following the
program, the JROTC Color Guard
will perform a flag ceremony at
Veterans Memorial Park. Declan
O'Grady's casket flag will be taken
down and the casket flag of World
War II veteran Ruel Rowell will be
raised.
All veterans and their families
are invited to then attend the fourth


annual Veterans Appreciation
Luncheon at Forest Capital State
Park hosted by the Taylor County
Board of Commissioners, starting
at 12:30 p.m.
Entertainment will be provided
by "The Sawgrass Band," whose
performance is sponsored by the
Chamber of Commerce.
On Tuesday evening, American
Legion Post 291 in Steinhatchee
will host a reception honoring
veterans from 5-7 p.m., with a
special presentation planned at
6 p.m.


A billion to one meeting


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
Joey Jarvis now has an enticing
line to add to his resume:
"Selected to meet billionaire
investor Warren Buffett as a
representative of Florida State
University's School of Business."
Yes, Warren Buffett.
Yes, Joey Jarvis.


"I received an e-mail over the
summer from Dr. Christiansen,
chair of the finance department. In
the e-mail, he stated that 1 qualified
to apply for a chance to meet Mr.
Buffett. This selection process
required a student to have a GPA of
3.8 or higher, and to have
completed 90 hours--just to apply.
The trip was open to all business
OF mom


Billionaire investor Warren Buffett poses with Perry
native, FSU student Joey Jarvis


majors, not just finance, so it acted
as a pre-screening measure."
Jarvis, who has a double major
in finance and marketing,
submitted his resume, a statement
of his professional goals and a
150-word paper on why he would
like to be chosen. He sealed the
deal with his 4.0 grade point
average, and was selected to be
among 27 students from FSU
making the trip.
"I became intrigued by the
legend of Warren Buffett years
ago. The story of this man, who
represents the pinnacle of success
and yet still lives in his hometown,
really struck a chord with me. He
achieved his status based on a
simple principle, and that is to
invest only in businesses that you
understand fully, which I feel is a
great tenet to follow."
So that begs the question: was
Warren Buffett what you
expected?
"Honestly, meeting Warren
Buffett was more than I could ever
have expected. You would think
"* Please see page 3


Williams elected to


4th term as sheriff


Sheriff L.E. "Bummy" Williams
(D) handily won a fourth
consecutive term during Tuesday's
General Election, garnering nearly
71 percent of the more than 9,000
votes cast.
He beat out Republican
challenger Tony Chambers with
6,583 votes to 2,705.
Williams held the lead both at
the polls, in early votes and among
absentee ballot voters.
A total of 0.421 votes were cast
in Tuesday', election. More than
30 percent oF those were made
during the eirl) voting period or
by absentee ballot. In all, Taylor
had a 71 O8 percent turnout.


L.E. "Bummy" Williams


Dyal wins race for


school superintendent

Taylor County Middle School
Principal Paul Dyal easily
defeated local GOP businessman -
Jimm. MimcN Jr. in Tuesday's
election.
According to unofficial results,
Dval, a Democrat, garnered 5,812
%otes (63.89%1 to Mincy's 3,285
This was Dyal's second run for
the office, having previously been
defeated by the retiring Oscar-
Ho'k ard
D\al. a Baker County native,
mo ed to Tajlor County in the
earl 'S0s to be an assistant
football coach. He later became .": -
head coach. then principal. Paul Dyal


Rattiffoutpaces Register

for property appraiser

Democratic candidate Bruce
Ratliff pulled out a win for the
office of property appraiser in a
race that at one point was
separated by less than 50 votes
Tuesday.
SAt the final call, Ratliff rang in
with 4,870 votes. Republican
Candidate Jerry Register trailed a
short pace behind with 4.202
,, -votes.
The pair were neck-and-neck at
the polls, with early reports
putting the them at 2,100 (Ratliff)
to 2,049 (Register).
The race was one of the tightest
local races during the 2008 general
Bruce Ratliff election.

Page gets nod for second

term on county commission
County Commissioner Malcolm
Page retained his District 3 seat in
Tuesday's general election with
72.92 percent of the votes cast.
His challenger, Independent
Clay Crews, received 27.08
Page, a Democrat, had 1,233
votes with Crews receiving 458.
This will be Page's second term
as county commissioner.
Page is currently chairman of
the board.
The commission will hold its
annual re-organization during a
special meeting Tuesday, Nov. 18,
at 8 a.m., at the courthouse
annex. Malcolm V. Page

Houck handily wins election

for Dist. 3 commission seat
IDemocrat Lonnie A. Houck Jr.
won the District 3 county
commission seat Tuesday evening
to replace outgoing County
Commissioner Clay Bethea, who
did not run for re-election.
Houck received 45.13 percent of
,- .'. the voted, defeating Nonpartisan
q- .-. candidate (and former county
commissioner) Frank Russell
S (29.68 percent) and Republican
'- Stanley L. Ridgeway (25.19
percent).
.A total of 2,402 votes were cast
in the race, with Houck receiving
1,084, Russell 713 and Ridgeway
Lonnie Houck Jr. 605.


Veterans Day brings a host of events

honoring local service men and women


November 5, 2008














Editorial


A-2 Taco Times November 5, 2008


.7. .

S .,. Copyrighted Material
S' Syndicated Content


Available from Commercial News Providers
IV IMM4&s, A


Council 'needs to rethink


feelings' on veterans park


Dear Editor:
There were recent articles in the
newspaper on how .the city of
Perry wants to save money by
cutting funds here and there. Then
an article by Pam Feagle in
response to the fund cuts of the city
about the Veterans Memorial Park
with which I agree with her.
I only know how the money for
the park was raised by and funded
for the VFW Post 9225 by reading
our Web page. Yes your local VFW
has a Web page. I too am a veteran
of foreign wars serving once in
Afghanistan and once in Iraq.
No my name is not on the
monumental walls nor is my wife's
even though we both served, her
for seven years and myself for 22
years, although our names are not
there don't think that we don't care
about this park. There are 672
veteran names on eight walls and
another 44 on a black granite wall
for those who paid the ultimate


sacrifice. How many of those 672
are still among us? How many
more will we lose this week,
month, year or next year?
I don't think it is fair to replace
anything that was paid for whether
by private or public donation,
state, county or city funded. I look
at it as a deal is a deal. The
servicemen and women whose
names are on all these wall's did
not back down or out on our
agreement with you, we didn't give
100 percent then go back and say
"oh by the way," on our deal; we
gave 110 percent and some gave
more than that.
Is this the way we honor all those
who have served past, present, and
future? Is this what we want to
teach our children that it is okay for
the local city government to
continually be wishy washy on
how we treat our veterans and a
park that's dedicated to the sacrifice
they have made for your freedom.


How many of your family
members have served in the Armed
Forces of The United States of
America? Or maybe you have
forgotten about them? We are only
remembered twice a year,
Memorial Day and Veterans Day.
How many citizens of Taylor
County at this present time know
somebody who is serving right
now and hope and pray every day,
that their son, daughter, father,
mother, sister, brother whoever it
might be returns home safely. This
park is just as much as yours,
citizens of Perry, as it is your
veterans because you are the
reasons we put it all on the line.
I wholeheartedly believe that the
city council members need to sit
and rethink their feelings about
this park before anymore decisions
are made.
Timothy N. McGuffie
SSG United States Army
Retired


Midweek Muddle


Letters to the Editor'' -


Services available from Elder Affairs


Dear Editor:
The news lately has been, filled
with troubling stories about elders
and others scaling back on their
medications in order to make ends
meet. When Floridians are forced
to choose between groceries and
medications, their health and well-
being ultimately suffer.
One of our main goals at the
Department of Elder Affairs is to
take preventive measures to


improve the health and quality of
life for older Floridians, and this
includes programs that can help.,,.
seniors as they wrestle with the
high cost of medication.
Our Serving Health Insurance
Needs of Elders program, or
SHINE, provides free and
unbiased counseling regarding
prescription drug assistance, as
well as other health care matters. A
network of volunteer counselors


can help seniors navigate health
options, which can be especially
.useful,,as Florida elders,go through
Medicare's annual election period.
That period, which begins Nov. 15,
is elders' opportunity to decide
which Medicare plan best fits their
needs and their budgets.
SHINE counselors can help
seniors find the best, most
"-* Please see page 8


Parents give doctor high marks for care


Dear Editor:
We are writing this letter in
regards to supporting Dr. Emerick
and his staff 100 percent.
Since the first day Dr. Emerick
came to Perry he has given our
daughter the best of care possible.


He was a blessing to us. He has
made sure she has gotten the best
care and medications that she
needs.
Dr. Emerick is here for his
patients and their families. Dr.
Emerick has the best staff that any


Taco Times

Wednesday, November 5, 2008
123 S. Jefferson Street P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513

DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business Manager Advertising Director
ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI LIBBY DENMARK
Staff Writer/ Advertising Sales Graphic Arts
MARK VIOLA SARAH WEIRICK
Staff Writer Classified Advertising
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doctor could ask for and he has
also gotten a wonderful nurse
practitioner to come join him.
When you call them after hours,
they will return your calls right
away even if it is 3 or 4 in the
morning.
When our daughter has been put
in the hospital several times for her
illness, Dr. Emerick has been there
every step of the way. He will
come two or three times a day to
see his patients or even when
", Please see page 8

Grandmother.

gives support

to Dr. Emerick
Dear Editor:
I have a granddaughter and two
grandsons that go to Dr. Emerick
and his staff. My grandchildren
love him to death. My
grandchildren have got put on the
right medications since they have
seen Emerick for their care, and
they are doing really great.
So I am supporting Dr. Emerick
and his staff 100%. I highly
recommend Dr. Emerick to
anyone for the care of their.
children as a pediatrician. I would
like to thank Dr. Emerick and his
staff for the care of my
grandchildren since you came 'to
Perry to be a pediatrician.
Judy Curles


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Kindred spirits


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN

I was reading the erudite words of a my formative years asking more
well-known theologian and found questions, instead of singing to my toes
myself captivated not only by his in the backyard.
theology but his admission that he Yet, in retrospect, I seem to recall that
categorized his collection of musical my parents said I did ask a lot of
albums with the cardboard pieces which questions. I guess there just weren't
came from shirts that were sent to the enough hours in the day to cover all the
drycleaners. details.
: This guy was nominated for a Pulitzer Recently, I cme-upon a stack ofose
prize, cardboard pieces which featured a
He has a couple of houses, and glossy white side and a natural,
probably owns a few banks too. unfinished back. Apparently my
And yet he separated Bach from mother, a product of the Great
Mozart with a piece of cardboard from Depression, had hoarded. a small
the Quality Drycleaners. collection just in case we fell upon hard
That, of course, makes us kindred times again.
spirits, and if I'm ever privileged to meet And I couldn't throw them away.
him, I will tell him so, while everybody Because we might.
else fawns all over him about his I have no idea what I will do with them,
thoughtful and inspiring writing., but I couldn't throw them away.
My father, you see, was a: white, This is not just sentimental
starched shirt sort-of-guy, and faithfully meandering, this is practical thinking:
delivered his shirts (always white) to the poster paper is 75 cents a sheet, and
local dry cleaners, later retrieving them here I have a stack of cardboard pieces
for precise placement in the mahogany which yearn for another purpose in life.
chest of drawers in our house. To categorize someone's musical
This memory is more curious to me album collection.
now because I also recall that my To hold the construction paper of a
mother spent countless hours at the school project (with another piece
ironing board. Talk about curious: she folded at an angle on the backside to
even ironed the sheets and pillowcases, create an easel).
In the summer months, her ironing To cut up for book marks.
was often accomplished in the den: of To use when mailing photographs to
our house, in the afternoon, with -the prevent bending.
curtains drawn to discourage the sun, Or for grocery lists.
while she stood underneath the ceiling To back picture frames neatly.
fan, often attired in nothing more than To encircle coffee cans.
her slip and bedroom shoes. A Coca- To make star ornaments for Christmas
Cola bottle with a cork-bottomed trees.
sprinkler top helped put the crease in To provide a firm foundation for
her work. boxes which have unstable bottoms.
She didn't watch soap operas. To use as covers for journals and
She didn't listen to music. books with punched side-holes for the
She just ironed. pages.
And ironed. Or to firm up the seat of a caned chair
I can only assume that her ironing that has seen its own set of hard times.
didn't suit my father, or that he needed Yes, it's a wonder the foundation of
his crisp shirts with more regularity the world hasn't crumbled with the
than she could provide, demise of the cardboard pieces from the
Or maybe it was that we couldn't have Quality Drycleaners.
graduated me from elementary, junior It was the DNA of the 1950s.
or high school without those cardboard It was commerce.
pieces which came from the It was a commitment to quality.
drycleaners. And now nobody has a single piece.
Suddenly, I wish I knew. Except me.
Sometimes, in fact, I wish I had spent And Frederick Buechner.
Susan H. Lincoln's first book, "When Mimosas Bloom," is a collection of 55 of her favorite newspaper columns. Copies
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A-3 TaCO Times November 5, 2008


Billionaire, students share lunch, root beer floats


BILLION TO ONE MEETING
Continued from page 1
that his presence would be
overwhelming. However, the
characteristic that struck me the
most was how warm and
approachable he was., For instance,
he told us that he would take as
much time as necessary to
accommodate everyone who
wanted a picture. In typical Buffett
fashion, he said his shareholders
would appreciate us keeping him
out of the office until the stock
market closed. Moreover, he
answered every question with the
intellect you would expect, but he
also incorporated a sly sense of


New policy

seeks to define

bullying actions

BULLIES PUNISHED
Continued from page 1
The new language adds a list of
potential examples of bullying,
including teasing; social
exclusion; threat; intimidation;
stalking; physical violence; theft;
sexual, religious or racial
harassment; public humiliation;
and destruction of property.
"The idea was to make it as clear
as possible," Cruce said of the
changes.
"We haven't had a lot of bullying
in this district. That's not to say we
don't have it, but the attention was
drawn by larger districts."
A new paragraph in the policy
defines cyberstalking as a "means
to engage in a course of conduct to
communicate, or to cause to be
communicated, words, images or
languages by or through the use of
electronic mail or electronic
communication, directed at a
specific person, causing
substantial emotional distress to
that person and serving no
legitimate purpose."
When asked about
cyberbullying, Cruce said "there
was no such creature" when the
previous policy was adopted.
lThe school board .unani ousiy
'1 0 I ;1 I V, 1 !1,Aq it. ,,.
approved the new language during
its regular board meeting held Oct.
21. No one from the public spoke
during the hearing about the
proposed changes.
Up next on the local level is for
the school board to vote on an
update to the district's procedural
manual pertaining to the new
policy.
That decision will be made at
the school board's Tuesday, Nov.
18, meeting, which will also be the
first meeting' with the new
superintendent.


humor into his responses. He truly
was remarkably funny. I would say
that he had an unassuming 'air of
excellence' about him."
For this event, six schools were
chosen to participate. In addition
to Florida State, students from the
University of Missouri, the
University of New Orleans, Tulane
University, Saint Louis University
and the University of Iowa made
the trip to Omaha, Neb., to meet
the man that Forbes Magazine
recently named "the nation's
wealthiest." As former chief
executive officer of .Berkshire
Hathaway (a diversified holdings
company), Buffett accompanied
the group on a tour of two of the
company's holdings, Nebraska
Furniture Mart and Borsheims.
"I'll never forget the billionaire
investor who sat at a table with us
during lunch and enjoyed a root-
beer float," said Jarvis. "That's the
kind of guy he is."
The son of Dick and Gina Jarvis
of Perry, Joey recognizes that this


trip was a once-in-a-lifetime
experience.
"I had the chance to hear
arguably one of the most
influential individuals in our
society give his perspective on life
and finance. I will never forget an
analogy that he used, comparing
baseball to financial success. He
said that finding a profitable
investment is similar to knowing
your strike zone. You shouldn't
worry about strikes or balls.
Instead, you should stay focused
on that 'perfect pitch' since there
are no called strikes in investing--
in other words, be patient. But he
admitted, you might swing and
miss."
Jarvis was valedictorian of his
2005 graduating class from Taylor
County High School. He chose
FSU "because they have a
competitive business program, and
in addition to my Bright Futures
Scholarship they offered me
financial incentives." But he
admits, "I'm really a University of


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Currently working at Merrill
Lynch. Jarvis is a member of the
Golden Key Honor Society and
National Society of Collegiate
Scholars.
When his mother and sister,
Katy Jarvis Curry, learned of his
selection for the trip, they got busy
with wardrobe requirements.
But the best laid plans oft go
awry, and the airline lost his
luggage. "We had a tight
connection in Atlanta and our bags
failed to make it on the flight to
Omaha. I had the pleasure of
meeting the 'Oracle of Omaha' in
blue jeans and a polo shirt that I
had worn the previous day," he
said. "But what else can you do?"
Jarvis was cautious but willing
to give input on how today's
college students (in business and
finance) view the recent bail-out
by the federal government. "In my
humble opinion, a government


bhail-out of some form was crucial.
The financial/credit crisis had
transformed into a crisis of
confidence, which sucked the
oxygen out of the system. The
main drawback of this intervention
is that you are essentially
promoting moral hazard for
excessive risk takers. But a market
that is being guided by fear cannot
function properly.
"However, only time will tell if
the government actions taken thus
far will serve their intended
purpose, but I believe they
eliminated any more systemic
threats. The road to recovery is
going to be long and arduous, but
our economy has proven to be
resilient in the past. Warren Buffett
described it best when he likened
the situation to an economic Pearl
Harbor."
Considering that comparison,
Jarvis is re-thinking his future.
"With this soft job market, I am


BRIDAL REGISTRY
Ashley Wambolt & John Crowley November 8, 2008
Marti LaValle & Buddy Lee November 22, 2008
Ashlea Mincy & Eric Whiddon January 10. 2009
NEWLYWEDS
Jason & Sara (Taylor) Vinson
Kevin & Emily (Murphy) Hicks
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Donald & Megan (Crowder) Tucker
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Charise Thomas &
Corneliuos Johnson
Boy due November 12
Jamie & Bryan Lundy
Boy due December 4
Heather & Justin Parks
Boy due December 9
Kristina & Matt Brown
Boy due December 10
Jared & Teresa Compton
Girl due December 14


BABY REGISTRY

Jennifer (Knowles) &
Nathan Brown
Girl due December 18
Nicole & Jeremy Bain
Boy due December 30
Celena & Chris Welch
Boy due January 3 .
Kelli & Yancie Brannen
Boy due January 12


considering becoming a
professional student and pursuing
an MBA. Ironically, the future
seems even more uncertain today
than it did yesterday, and you can
quote me on that."
But he has a plan...he always has
a plan, ever refining it along the
way. Right now, he's taking care of
details required for graduation in
spring of 2009, and realizing his
good fortune already. "There was
a tremendous amount of effort and
private funding that made this
amazing trip possible. And I
would like to say that it was truly
an honor to be able to represent the
Florida State University.
"Before the trip, I only knew a
few of the students I traveled with
personally. After getting to know
each of them, I have no doubts that
they will find success in their
prospective fields. I honestly hope
that I will be as fortunate in my
career path as I expect them to be."


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Downtown Perry 125 S. Jefferson St. (cell) 838-9982
Mon.-Fri. 10 am-6 pm, Sat. 10 am-5 pm


Andrea & David Chapman
Boy due January 18
Hope Taylzr &
Jeremy Denmark
Boy due January 19
Angie & Harper Gibson
Boy due February 5
Melissa & T.J. Edwards
Girl due March 9


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Kamdyn Lee Bailey
.Joey and Stephanie Bailey announce the hirth of their
son. Kalldyn Lee. on Oct. 21, 2008, at Capital Regional
Medical Center. in Tallahassee. The new arrival weighed
7 pounds, 12 ounces, and was 20 inches long.
I le is the grandson olf Steve and Lavonne Blanton, and
Crickett and Karen Bailey. His great grandparents
include the late Grover C. Blanton "'Jr." and Eunice
Blanton. and the late .lames L. Porter and the late Theo
Porter, Willard and Frances Bailey. and Houston and
Shirley Donaldson.


Caleb Joshua Reams


('iJeb Joshua Reams
Ben and C(ii,\ r'ci n ,!nilini c the Iirth of Caleb Joshua Reams. He was horn on June 7. 2008, at 9:35 a.m.
at Harris NlMetlhodl. liospil f 1 l' \\iorth. Teais. lie weighed 8 pounds and 14 ounces, and he was 20 inches
long.
Thebah\ niniat ntil i.ilndip:inl' i it. arl l.S.'s. i and ti F nicc Coulliette of Eridu. Paternal grandparents are Harold
and Pats\ lReans of P)e rr. ('ll'Th Joslhu \\ ;is \Welcomed home by a brother. Braden, who is 2. The family resides
in Koppel. T"c\.a. where Hl e k'l c\ '.s as t,Ioi at the First Baptist Church of Kopperl.


Slaughters celebrate

65 years of marriage

Althea and Oakley Slaughter, former owners of Towne Square Grocery,
are celebrating their 65th anniversary today, Nov. 5.
The two were married in Portsmouth, Va., while Oakley was in the U.S.
Navy. They have four children: Richard Gregg (deceased), Robert Bruce
of Columbia, Tenn., Candace Blankenrship of Nashville, Tenn., and Debby
Rowley of Melbourne, Australia. The Slaughters also have six
grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
They retired in November of 1992 but have remained active in Ash
Street Church of Christ, and Althea in the Perry Woman's Club. "We are
still enjoying a full and busy life with friends and family," she said.


Kamdyn Lee Bailey

Wedding

reminder
Ashley iiaura Wambol and
.ohn L. Crowley remind friends
and relatives of their wedding
Saturday. Nov. 8, at 5 p.m. in the
First Baptist Church. A reception
and dance will he held at the Perry
Elks Lodge immediately
following the ceremony.


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Religion


A-6 Taco Times November 5, 2008


Salad Fashion Fiesta is Saturday


For ladies only...
A "ladies only" Salad Fashion Fiesta will be held Saturday, Nov. 8, at 3
p.m. at New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church. A $4 donation is
requested.

Dixie Echoes, Crimson Flow sing Friday
The Dixie Echoes and Crimson Flow will sing here on Friday, Nov. 7, at
7 p.m. in Perry's First Church of God located at 1915 Highway 221 North.
Everyone is invited to attend.


Clothes give-away slated for Saturday
Potter's House Ministry will have a clothes give-away on Saturday from
8-11 a.m. on the church grounds.

Fruitcake orders being taken
Perry Church of God will continue its tradition of cooking fruitcakes for
the community. Prices are $6 for a one lb. cake, $12 for a two lb. cake,
$18 for a 3 lb. cake and $30 for a 5 lb. cake.
Please call 584-2010 to place an order and schedule a time for pick-up.


Citywide Mission meets Sunday at St. John


By B.D. Williams
The New Mt. Zion Women's
project ministry is hosting a
workshop on HIV/AIDS
Awareness on Monday, Nov. 10. at
6 p.m. The Rev. Izell Montgomery
Jr., pastor, encourages everybody
to attend.
The Citywide Mission will meet


Sunday, Nov. 9, at 3 p.m. at Little
St. John Missionary Baptist
Church with President Ellen Smith
presiding.
New Brooklyn M.t. Church
Deaconess Ministry is sponsoring
a 'ladies only' "Salad Fashion
Fiesta," Saturday, Nov. 8, at 3 p.m.
Come and enjoy the festivities. See


the beautiful models and the
stunning Fall styles. You be the
judge of this fashion show.
Donation is $4 per person.
Mrs. Bertha Lee Washington had
some of her out-of-towo relatives
to visit with her Sunday. The visit
was enjoyable.
Mrs. Ella Mae Jones has


undergone surgery at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital and is feeling
some better to the delight of family
and friends.
Visit the sick, shut-in in homes,
nursing homes and hospitals. Pray
for those in jail and those in the
armed forces near and far. The
world needs prayer.


Obituaries


Boyd Eugene Hilton
Boyd Eugene Hilton, 65, died
Oct. 16, 2008. at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
Born in Otter Creek and moving
here from Amarillo, Texas, Mr.
Hilton had lived in Perry for the
last 30 years. He was an electrician
by trade.
Survivors include: four sons,
Boyd (Gino) Hilton of Perry,
James E. Hilton of Norman Park,
Ga., Shawn William Hilton and
John 0. Hilton, both of Perry; one
sister, Betty Rector of Perry; 11
grandchildren, one great
grandchild; and a host of nieces.
nephews and other relatives.
A gathering of family and
friends was held Saturday. Oct. 18,
at 12 noon at the home of John 0.
Hilton.
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home in
Perry was in charge of
arrangements.

Yvonne Parker Metcalf
Yvonne Parker Metcalf, 67, died
Oct. 29, 2008, in Crawfordville.
A native of Taylor County, Mrs.
Metcalf was the daughter of the
late Olon Lamar Parker and Ava
Lee Young. She had lived in Perry
before moving to Crawfordville,
where she had lived for the past 10
years.
She was a member of First
Baptist Church in Perry and a
cosomotologfist for 35 years.
Survivors include: two
daughters, Stephanie Alwine of
Tallahassee and Stacey Sawyer of
Anchorage, Alaska; and four
grandchildren.
Graveside services were held
Sunday, Nov. 3, at Woodlawn
Cemetery at 3 p.m.
Family received friends at Beggs
Funeral Home prior to the service


from I to 2:30 p.m. Beggs Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.

Wesley Royce Stewart
Wesley Royce Stewart, 42, died
Nov. 3, 2008, at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital.
Born in Saugatuck, Mich., he
moved here from Winter Haven
and had lived in Perry for the past
15 years. He worked as a machinist
with Ameriforce.
Survivors include: his wife of
three years, Brenda Stewart of
Perry; his parents, Wesley Stewart


and Shirly (Taylor) Stewart; three
daughters, Cassie Stewart, Lori
Stewart and Taylor Schmidt; step-
brothers, Kenny Todd, Ronnie
Todd, Donald Todd, Joe Todd and
Jerry Cummings; sisters, Cathy
Stewart and Marilyn Stewart; and
step-sister, Tonya Moore.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Nov. 8, at 2 p.m. at Joe P.
Bums Funeral Home with Cricket
Watson officiating. Interment will
follow at Carlton Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at
Bums Funeral Home, which is in
charge of arrangements.


Kenneth Gilbert Carson
Kenneth Gilbert Carson, 72,
died Oct. 26, 2008.
Mr. Carson was retired from the
military.
A memorial service will be held
at a later date. Beggs Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.
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Lela Edna (Jonas) Courter went to
be with the Lord on Oct. 30, 2008.
Edna was born in Levy County.
Fla., on Jan. 31, 1915, to Boston
and Rose Ella (Peed) Jonas.
She was married in 1934 to
George Albert Courter of Manatee
County, Fla., and had three children,
Patricia Ann (Courter) Dosher of
Steinhatchee, Fla.. MartinA. Courter
of Lebanon, Tenn., and Darrell S.
Courter of Ft. Myers Beach, Fla.
She had 14 grandchildren, 31 great
grandchildren, and four great. great
grandchildren, as well as many
nieces and nephews who loved her
dearly.
She was predeceased by her
husband, her parents, and four
brothers: Buis Jonas of Hildreth,
Fla., Herbert Jonas of. Kalamazoo,
Mich.: Milford Jonas of New
Smyrna Beach, Fla.; and Jerry
Jonas of Ft. Myers, Fla.; two
sisters, Onie Lee (Jonas) Sellars of
Dacula, Ga. and Mildred (Jonas)
Witham of Palmetto, Fla.
She is survived by one sister,
Elva (Jonas) Ordway of Lakeland,
Fla.; a brother, Gene Jonas of
Flint, Mich.; her three children;


two daughters-in-law, Wanda and
Lois; and a son-in-law, Ellis H.
Dosher Sr.
Edna retired from Milton Roy
Co. of Sarasota, Fla. Upon retiring.
she moved to the mountains of East
Tennessee where she enjoyed some
21 years of gardening, quilting and
crocheting. In 1998, she suffered
a stroke and had lived with her
daughter and son-in-law for the
past nine years in Steinhatchee.
Edna was a Christian and
worshipped with the Church of
Christ for 66 years. She was a
very compassionate lady, always
concerned with the welfare of those
less fortunate. She is gone on. but
not forgotten by family and friends.
She will always be a part of all of
those who knew and loved her.
A memorial service will be
held Nov. 15, 2008, at 11 a.m.,
at the Community Center in
Steinhatchee. Her cremains will
be buried Nov. 22, 2008. in the
Palm View Cemetery in Palm
View, Fla.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to Big Bend Hospice, 107
E. Green St., Perry, Fla. 32348.


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Covenant Hospice 2008 Community

Volunteer of the Year


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Patricia Clayton Brannan

Angels are everywhere. Evangelist Patricia Clayton Brannan is
one of them. Despite her physical limitations due to multiple health
conditions, she is actively involved throughout the community. Ms.
Brannan has been a loyal volunteer with Covenant Hospice since
2( I6 and a part of the Evangelist Ministry of Potter House Church
localed in Perry, Fla., under the leadership of ApostleAlzo Slade and
Dr. Teresa Slade since 2001. She has one son, Eugene Stewart Jr. who
is serving our country in the U.S. Army and four grandchildren.

Ms. Brannan has provided grief counseling at Trinity Funeral
-'i Home in Perry for a year. She is well known in Taylor County
and surrounding cities as a loving woman that is an activist
and an inspiration in her community. She has marched with
the Refuge House for battered women in 2007 and visits
with the residents at Marshall Rehabilitation in Perry. "She
is good to the residents and you can tell she likes what she
is doing," comments Shelia Gently. Activities Director at
Marshall.


Ms. Brannan started her mission to serve others while
working at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital on the Orthopedic Unit. She continued her passion as
one of the first nurses' aides at Marshall Rehabilitation when it opened in 1979. "1 do it because
of the love of working with the elderly," stated Ms. Brannan. She has served as the second Vice
President with the NAACP in Perry and works in the Prison Ministry. "She is a good person.
WVords cannot say how special she is," states Ann Bell, a CNA at Marshall Rehab. Ms. Bell became
emotional as she spoke, "Ms. Brannan is a very nice, dedicated child of God. She has something
special in her. When she comes to you, she gives you something that is not tangible."

Ms. Brannan retired from Buckeye paper mill of Perry after 20 years of dedication to the
business. She is the Community Volunteer of the Year at Covenant Hospice for 2008 and is well
respected by staff and volunteers at Covenant. She is a spiritual counselor, teen counselor and a
motivational speaker. She is also a volunteer Chaplain at Doctors' Memorial Hospital in Perry since
2005. Josctte Dungan of Tallahassee comments, "She's a sweet, loving,. Christian-hearted person.
She's everything to me and the whole family. She's my heart and my daughter." Ms. Brannan gives
encouragement and inspiration to all upcoming professional women in her community. "I'm not a
perfect person." says Ms. Brannln. "I made many mistakes. But being a child of God and reaching
to help others is no mistake."
If you would like to learn more about volunteering through Covenant Hospice and serving our
community, please call 850-584-9886.
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Sports


A-7 Taco Times November 5, 2008


Eagles soar to 42-7 in Halloween Homecoming romp


BY AARON PORTWOOD
What started out as an apparent
high-scoring track meet between
North Florida Christian (NFC) and
visiting Taylor County on
Halloween night in Tallahassee


turned into a 42-7 Homecoming
romp for the Eagles (5-2).
Taylor County (3-5) took the
opening possession and quickly
moved into NFC territory on a QB
keeper by Quentin Tucker and a
17-yard sweep by Bryckoski
Jackson before Tucker fumbled on
another keeper.
The two teams then combined
for three touchdowns in under 47
seconds just three minutes into the
game, kicked off by NFC's 43-yard
touchdown run by Ford Kirkland
four plays after Tucker's fumble.
On the very next play after the
kickoff Taylor's sensational
sophomore tailback Tony Jackson
turned what appeared to be a six-
yard loss into a 64-yard TD run to
tie the game at 7-7.
However, NFC took advantage
of a Bulldog defensive back
slipping down on their very next
offensive play to score on a 75-


yard TD pass from QB Clint
Trickett to Trey Norris and take a
14-7 lead.
It looked as if the Bulldogs
would answer right back, as
Lavaski Williams ripped off a 50-


yard run down to the Eagles' 3-
yard line one play later. But Taylor
couldn't punch the ball into the
endzone, and it was all NFC the
rest of the way.
The Eagles stuffed Taylor County
three straight plays inside the three-
yard line (twice from the one) and
then blocked a 23-yard field goal to
take control of the game.
With two of the Bulldogs'
starting linemen out with injuries,
NFC dominated the line of
scrimmage on both offense and
defense, leading to the Eagles
scoring on all 5 first half
possessions and taking a 35-7
halftime lead.
The Eagles scored on their
opening series of the second half to
take a 42-7 lead before putting in
the second string. Officials went to
a running clock in the fourth
quarter and Taylor County's final
four possessions ended in two


punts, a fumble and turning the
ball over on downs.
The Bulldogs finished with 211
total yards -- all on the ground --
as Tucker completed 2 of 8 passes
for 0 yards and had one
interception. Tucker had 38 yards
on 12 carries, while B. Jackson had
38 yards on 8 carries. His younger
brother Tony Jackson had 9 carries
for 70 yards and the Bulldogs' lone
score, while Williams finished
with 2 carries for 70 yards.
Trickett finished 10 of 15 for 218
yards and 3 TD's for the Eagles,
completing passes to eight different
receivers. Meanwhile NFC used II
different running backs to rush for
168 yards and 3 touchdowns. A
total of 17 different Eagles touched
the ball on offense for NFC,
including Homecoming King Keith
Carter, who got in three carries for
14 yards in mop-up duty.
NFC out-gained the Bulldogs 399
to 211 in total yards just one week
after Taylor County blew out Dixie
County 57-24 and amassed 579
total yards of offense and 8 TD's.
The Eagles had a 310 to 142
advantage in offensive yards after
the first half of play. The second
half was much closer, as NFC
scored only once more and held an
89 to 69 advantage in second half
yards.
Taylor County was hamstrung
by an inability to run the ball
inside due to a banged up offensive
line, but did have success running
the ball outside the tackles until
NFC adjusted midway through the
first half.
When the second quarter began
the Eagles' defense held the
Bulldogs to 0 or negative yardage
on 10 of their next 12 plays,
including an interception to end
the first half.
Meanwhile, the Eagle offense
was virtually unstoppable, finding
the endzone on all of their first six
possessions.


The Bulldogs got off to a good start Friday with runs like this one in the first quarter.


Playoff berth at stake this Friday


This Friday night's Taylor
County High football game at
Fort White will once again
decide which team advances to the


Class 2A play-offs with
district champion Madison
County.
Fort White is 6-1 overall and the


Indians lost their first game of the
season last week against
undefeated Madison, 44-28. The
Bulldogs are 3-5.


Taylor County senior Tyler Jenkins (50) and Taylor Woods (55) team up to bring down an
NFC runner.



Lady 'Dogs kick off season



in Florida High tournament


The Taylor County girls soccer
team kicked off their 2008-09
season playing in Florida High's
Pre-Season Classic Tournament
last week.
This is the first year for Head
Coach Dara Nix at the helm of the
Lady 'Dogs who are having to
rebuild after the loss of seven
starters from last year's district
championship team.
"We're young with only two
seniors on the team, but I like what
I see," said Coach Nix. "We've got
a lot of hard work ahead of us if
we're to accomplish our goals this
season. Our number one goal is to
repeat as district champs."
The Bulldogs' first game on
Tuesday was against 5A Lincoln.
Although the game remained
scoreless for the first 10 minutes,
Lincoln was able to penetrate the
box and slip a shot in under the
outstretched hands of backup
keeper Elizabeth Devane for the
first of 5 goals Lincoln would
eventually score.
"It was a disappointing night for
our team because I know we can
play better than we did," said Nix.
"We did come away with some
positives. The pre-season game


gave me a chance to find players'
strengths at different positions and
it paid off in our second game
Thursday night."
The Lady Dogs ended up losing
5-0 to Lincoln.
On Thursday night the 'Dogs
were matched up against John Paul
II. The Bulldogs got off to a great
start when sophomore Savannah
Cantrell took a pass from Ashley
Mixon out of the back and beat a
defender to put the ball in the back
of the net.
She followed a few minutes later
with another goal when she
gathered a deflected pass from
Ashley Mixon and she placed it in
the net making it 2-0. Later in the
1st half freshman Macy Gregory
ripped a shot into the net off a pass
from Cantrell. Going into the half
the Bulldogs led 3-1.
"I made some adjustments after
Tuesday's game to try and
stimulate our offensive production
and things ended up going well for
us," said Coach Nix. "Our defense
also settled down and really did a
great job against JP II."
The defense is led by captains
senior keeper Korie Wilson and
junior sweeper Brooke Barton. The


solid defensive performance was
assisted by first time starters this
year Elizabeth Devane, Sarah
Meacham, Kelsea Smyrnios and
Courtney Brown.
In the second half the Lady
Bulldogs picked up where they left
off in the first half when
sophomore Katie Holden took a
ball passed from Gregory on the
outside and blasted a shot past
the John Paul II keeper to make it
4-1.
A few minutes later senior Cindy
Wilson found the back of the net
on a nice shot from 15 yards out on
a beautiful pass from Elizabeth
Devane. The last goal of the night
was scored by Cantrell on a
little tap in after a nice feed from
Macy Gregory. The final score was
6-1.
The Lady 'Dogs were slated to
play their first regular season game
on Tuesday against Mayo.
"I look forward to the continued
support we've received from the
community in the past. Our girls
really feed off the fans. The girls
are working hard and we have a
very young team, but I think we
have the talent to make another run
on district this year," said Nix.


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Letters to the Editor

'No reason for seniors to miss out'


Barrel racing
The First Natural Bridge Trails Barrel Race was held Saturday, Oct. 18. Winners were
presented with checks from Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mincy Sr. A total of $3,650 was awarded in
prizes. For more information on Natural Bridge Trails, visit online at
www.naturalbridgetrails.com.


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affordable option for obtaining
low-cost, and sometimes even no-
cost, prescriptions. They can also

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needed. He has the best bedside
manners as a doctor. We highly
recommend Dr. Emerick as a
doctor for your children to get the
best care. If Dr. Emerick was to
have to leave we would drive the
distance to take our daughter to see
him wherever he goes. But we
play that the good lord will let him
stay here in Perry to treat his kids.
We love you Dr. Emerick and your
staff. We are supporting you and
your staff 100 percent. Hannah


Crack, cannabis found in patrol car after transporting suspect


CHASE
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him near a residence at the corner
of Swift Street and Warner.
"He jumped the fence and I said
in a clear and loud voice, 'Stop and
get on the ground.' He ignored all


(Continued from page 7)
Otis H. Sheffield
Otis H. Sheffield. 77, died Oct.
31. 2008, at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital.
Born in Perry. he was the son of
the late Council P. Sheffield and
Lola Matthews Sheffield. He
retired as a master sergeant after 22
ears of service in the U.S. Army
infantry division, serving in combat
during Korea and Vietnam and
receiving 10 medals. including the
Purple Heart. Then he served 10
years of civil service. He lived in
Washington several years,


four warning--I then deployed my
Taser from outside the fence yard.
This brought Mr. Morris to his
knees. Officer Hightower was able
to get over the fence and tackled
Mr. Morris in the yard at Warner
and Swift," Griffin stated in his
report.


returning to Perry in 2002.
He was preceded in death by his
wives, June Sheffield and Gloria
Folsom Sheffield, and a son Robert
Sheffield.
Survivors include: a son, Edward
Stanley Sheffield of Spanaway,
Wash.; a step-son, Guy Folsom of
Perry; a daughter, Carol Sheffield
of Norfolk, Calif.; two brothers, Ed
Sheffield and Roscoe Sheffield.
both of Perry; two sisters. Doris
Pruitt and Noretta Sheffield, both
of Perry; six grandchildren: and
two great grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
Thursday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home.


. Morris was taken into custody
and transported to the Taylor
County Jail for booking.
Taylor County Sheriffs Office
Sgt. Buddy l.ee transported
Morris to the jail: once there,
he discovered crack cocaine
and cannabis in the back of his


Charles Harold Hill Sr.
Charles Harold Hill Sr., 84, died
Oct. 30, 2008. in Madison.
A native of First District. Dixie
Cottnty, he was the son of the late
George Columbus Hill and Minnie
May Wear. As a staff sergeant. MIr.
Hill served in the U.S. Arm,, during
World War II. earning thlie Combat
Infantrylman Badge and the Bronze
Star. iMr. Hill retired after 32 Nears
as a machine operator with Procter
& Gamble. He was a member of the
Masonic Lodge and Joppa Lodge
#4 of Old Town. In 1954 he moved
to Perry and became a member of
New Home Baptist Church.


patrol car after Morris was taken
inside.
A loaded .38 caliber handgun
was found inside Morris' car.
Morris was given a bond of
$25,000: he posted the required 10
percent ($2,500) and was released
later that same day.


He was preceded in death by his
wife of 57 years, Lillian Mildred
Mcinnis Hill.
Survivors include: two sons,
Charles Hill of Perry and George
Hill of Natchez, Miss.; one brother,
Kenneth Hill of Valdosta, Ga.; one
sister, Newanna Watts of Tanpa;
six grandchildren: nine great
grandchildren: and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday. Nov. 4, at 11 a.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home with
interment following at Woodlawn
Cemetery. Family members
received friends Monday from 6 to
8 at Beggs Funeral Home.


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or by appointment. The office is not open on legal holidays. The telephone
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These are few examples of the displays which won
ribbons at the recent Perry Garden Club flower show.


Who won the flower show?


Perry Garden Club's flower
show "Our Roots Grow Deep,"
held in conjunction with the
Florida Forest Festival, Saturday,
Oct 25,' was judged as
"beautiful" and called a challenge
by nine out-of-town judges. They
commented that Perry Garden
Club was fortunate to have so
many enthusiastic and talented


A third place winner


members.
They awarded blue ribbons
(first place) to the following in
the design section: Lynette
Senter,. "Welcome to Dinner;"
Bettie Page, "Nature's Bounty;"
Gennie Malone, "The Future
Looks Bright;" Karen Falicon,
"Cool Clear Water;" Judy
Nowlin, "Caught in the
Branches;" and Bettie Page,
"Reaching for the Sky." Top
design awards were presented to
Lynett Senter and Judy Nowlin.
Horticulture top awards
went to Doris LePoma,
"Bougainvilla," Laurie Woods,
"Chinese Hat," and Patti Causey
with a collection of five
begonias. There were 130
horticulture entries and many
were blue ribbon winners.
Three educational exhibits
were also provided by county
Extension Service agents Clay
Olson, Deborah Humphries and
Lori Wiggins.
Flower show co-chairs Inez
Cone and Judy Nowlin said they
"were especially pleased with
club participation and enthusiasm
as well as the number of people
who stopped by to see the show."


/ ,// at Chamber of Commerce Halloween Costume Contest


The Joker and one of his faithful henchmen made a special
appearance at the chamber of commerce Halloween night.


Keria Gibson won for
having the scariest pumpkin
in the pumpkin carving
contest.


Cheyann Fletcher won
second place in the recycled
costume category.

Costume Contest
winners not pictured:
Robert Bodin
Emmaleah Hoopell
: Pumpkin carving
winners not pictured:
Tish Fletcher
,-. Karibeth Nowlin
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Looking pretty in a pink
poodle costume was Katelyn
Smith, first place winner
in the recycled costume
category.


Brandi Bass, dressed as Scarlett
classic "Gone With the Wind," won
Unique" costume category.


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O'Hara from the movie
first place in the "Most


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Winners in the annual Perry-Taylor County Halloween Costume Contest included (I to r):
Taylor Brown, Haylee Brown, Danni Rogers, Karibeth Nowlin, McKenzie Nowlin, Ethan
Cooper and Brandi Bass.


AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at Perry Shrine
Club.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays, noon,
Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
MainStreet Perry: first Thursday of each
month, noon, Heavenly Floors.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at Jerkins
Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thurs., noon at Joyce's
Main Street Cafe.
Perry Garden Club: third Wednesday,
10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second and fourth
Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: first and third
Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third Tues.,
6 p.m., Masonic Hall.
Perry Lions Club: first and third Thurs.,
noon, at Golden Corral Restaurant.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets first
and third Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Shrine Club: fourth Thurs.,
7 p.m. (club house on Courtney Road).
Perry Woman's Club: second Wed.,
noon (September to May; subject to
change).
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at Rosehead
Junction.
Taylor County Leadership Council:


second and fourth Friday, 7 p.m., Jerkins
Community Center.
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7:30 p.m. Call 584-
2404.


Airport Advisory Committee: fourth
Wednesday, 12 noon, Perry-Foley Airport.
Chamber of Commerce: second Thurs.,
8 a.m., chamber board room.
City Council: second and fourth Tues., at
6:30 p.m.
County Commission: first Mon. and third
Tues. at 6 p.m., courthouse annex.
Juvenile Justice Council: third Thurs., 9
a.m., at Juvenile Justice Office, 1719 South
Jefferson Street.
Planning Board: first Thurs., 6 p.m.
Courthouse annex (old post office).
Social Security: representatives, second
Tues., 8:30 a.m. to noon, courthouse annex.
Taylor County Construction License
Board Meeting: third Fri., 2 p.m.,
courthouse annex.
Taylor County Development Authority:
second Mon., noon, at Capital City Bank.
Taylor County School Board: first and
third Tues., 7 p.m.
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer: fourth
Tuesday at 18820 Beach Road, 5:30 p.m.
Taylor Soil & Water Conservation
District Board: fourth Monday, 3 p.m.,


Hampton Inn (conference room). Call
584-4329 for information.
Tourism Development Council: second
Wed., 5 p.m., Chamber of Commerce.


Big Bend Republican Women's
Network: second Monday at 5:30 p.m., 502
W. Green St. E-mail: bbrwn@fairpoint.net.
Business Network International (B.N.I):
every Tuesday, 7:30-9 a.m., Hampton Inn.
Visitors welcome.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday, 2 p.m.,
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second Monday,
7 p.m., Jerkins Community Center.
Florida Forest Festival Board of
Directors: first Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.,
Chamber of Commerce. Call 584-TREE
(8733).
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first Tuesday,
7 p.m., Scout Hut.
Historical Society: open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Home Educators League of Perry:
second Thursday, 1:30 p.m., Forest Capital
Hall. Call 838-3508 or 584-6866.
La Leche League International: second
Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor County Public
Library.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and third
Friday. Call 584-3826.


Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: second
and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal grounds, Lyman
Hendry Road.
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: first
Saturday, Oak Hill Village on Woods Creek
Road.
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open
monthly meeting on first Thursday, Golden
Corral, 7 p.m. Call 584-9185.
Order of Confederate Rose Chapter 8:
meets every fourth Thursday. For
information, please call 838-2045.
Republican Party of Taylor- County:
second Thursday of every month, 5:30 p.m.,
at Rosehead Junction.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: Tuesday, Nov. 18, 5:30 p.m., at
the district building on Beach Road.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP): Thursdays,
10 a.m., 502 N. Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor County Amateur Radio Club:
first Monday, 7 p.m., Division of Forestry
office, 618 Plantation Road.
Taylor County Habitat for Humanity,
Inc.: board meeting, second Thursday,
5:30 p.m., Room 208, Capital City Bank.
Taylor County Historical Society: third
Mon., 7 p.m. Historical Society building.
Society's museum is open every Thursday,
1-5 p.m.
Taylor County Horseman's Association


Horse Show: second Sat., 10 a.m. Arena
located on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, Taylor County Public Library.
Taylor County Reef & Research Team:
second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital
Hall.
Taylor County Senior Center: Executive
Board of Directors meeting, every third
Thursday.
Whole Child Taylor-Shared Service
Network: fourth Mon., 9 a.m., Taylor
County School District Administrative Office
Complex.


Alcoholics Anonymous: Monday, 8 p.m.
and Thursday, 8 p.m. at the Serenity House,
1824 N. Jefferson Street. Call 672-1263 for
more information.
Alzheimer's Support Group for
Caregivers: every second Tuesday, at
7 p.m., First United Methodist Church.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory Council:
fourth Tuesday at 1 p.m., Big Bend Hospice
office (107 East Green St.).
Celebrate Recovery: a non-
denominational, Christ-centered recovery
ministry meets Thursdays at 6 p.m., in the
First Baptist Church Youth Center (old
Citizens Bank building on the corner of
Orange and Green streets).


Narcotics Anonymous: Sunday, 7 p.m.;
Tuesday, 7 p.m.; Wednesday, 7. p.m.; and
Saturday, noon, at St. James Episcopal
Church, 1100 W. Green St. (library).
Call 223-2785 for more information.
Perry Winners Group of Alcoholics
Anonymous: Tuesday, 8 p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m.;
and Saturday, 8 p.m. Heritage House,
317 N. Orange Street.
The Way: (faith-based 12-step group for
addicts and alcoholics) Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.,
and Friday, 7 p.m. All meetings are held at
the Serenity House, 1824 N. Jefferson St.
Call 672-0626 for more information.


AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS Ladies
Auxiliary: third Saturday, 10 a.m., at 8839
U.S. 19 South. Call 223-1144.
American Legion Post #291: second
Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96: first Tues.,
7 p.m., American Legion Hall, Center St.
Sons of Confederate Veterans: fourth
Thursday at North Orange Street. For
information, call 578-2491 or 838-2045.
VFW Post #9225: second Tues., 7 p.m.
(American Legion building).
To add your organization to the
community calendar, please e-mail:
newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com.


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B-2 Taco Times November 5, 2008


Pretty buck
Ciera Stoyer of Perry bagged this pretty 9-point buck last month while muzzleloading in
Taylor County. She is a member of the Circle P Hunt Club.



It's November: hunting season is in full swing


By TONY YOUNG
Media Relations Coordinator
FWC Division of Hunting
and Game Management
November means the 2008-09
huntin' season's in full swing. I'm
about to cover everything ya need
to know about several huntin'
seasons, including general gun,
antlerless deer, fall turkey, quail
and gray squirrel, snipe, and the
second phase of mourning and
white-winged dove.
The general gun season runs
Oct. 25 Jan. 4 in the South
Hunting Zone and Nov. 8 Jan. 18
in the Central Zone. In the
Northwest Hunting Zone, it starts
Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 27) and
lasts four days until Nov. 30. Two
weeks later, the season re-opens
Dec. 13 and runs through Feb. 18.
During general gun season, only
bucks having at least one antler, 5
inches or more in length, may be
taken. On private land, the daily
-bag limit on deer is two. Bag
limits for deer on :..ildlite
management areas (WMAs) can
differ, so before you hunt, pick up
the specific WMA brochure from
the local county tax collector's
office or download it online from
MyFWC.com/hunting.
Wild hogs are considered
livestock on private lands, so they
can be hunted year-round with no
bag or size limits. On most public
lands, there are no bag or size
limits also, and hogs are legal to
take during most hunting seasons
except spring turkey. On a few
public hunting areas, specific bag
and size limits apply, so check the
WMA brochure to be sure.
Hunters are permitted to take
deer and wild hogs over feeding
stations on private land, but you
may not use such feed on WMAs,
no matter the season or the game.
It's illegal to take deer using
rimfire cartridges or non-
expanding, full-metal case
ammunition. Shooting swimming
deer also is against the law.
: V within the general gun season is
the highly anticipated antlerless
deer season, better known as "doe
week." On private lands, these
seven days run Nov. 1-7 in the
South Hunting Zone, Nov. 15-21 in
the Central zone and the week of
Christmas (Dec. 20-26) in the
Northwest Hunting Zone.
During doe week, deer of either
sex may be taken (except for
spotted fawns) on private lands.
The daily bag limit during this
week-long season is one buck and
one doe or two bucks. You may
not take two does in one day as you
can during archery season. Also,
regardless of season, sex or
number of permits, hunters are
never allowed to harvest more than
two deer per day under any
circumstances. Taking antlerless
deer is prohibited during general
gun season on WMAs, unless you
have an antlerless deer permit for
that particular area.
Folks hunting deer with dogs on
private or public lands, where it is
allowed, must have their names
and addresses displayed on their
dogs' collars. Hunters must
confine their dogs to the tract of
land they have permission to hunt
and not allow them to wander off
it, or the hunter could be subject to
a citation.
Hunters using dogs to take deer
on private property must register
the tract of land they will be
hunting. The statewide deer-dog
registration program doesn't apply
for training or hunting with deer
dogs on WMAs.


The registration number may be
issued to hunting clubs,
landowners or anyone having, the
rights to hunt deer with dogs on a
particular tract of land upon filling
out the required application.
Application forms are available
from all regional FWC offices and
at MyFWC.com/hunting.
Once you've registered the
property, you'll be issued a number
that must be attached to the collars
of all dogs used to run deer on that


property, when taking deer with
dogs is permitted. All individuals
must have a copy of the
registration with them while
they're engaged in training or
hunting with deer dogs.
Fall turkey season runs Nov. 8 -
Jan. 4 in the Central and South
hunting zones. In the Northwest
zone, fall turkey season mirrors the
general gun season but ends a
month sooner (Nov. 27-30 and
Dec. 13 Jan. 18). Only


bearded turkeys and gobblers may
be taken, and you must have a
turkey permit ($5 for residents,
$100 for non-residents) to hunt
them.
Only one turkey may be
harvested per day. There's also a
two-bird fall-season limit some
folks aren't aware of. This means
you only may harvest two turkeys
during the archery, crossbow,
muzzleloading gun and fall turkey
seasons combined. *


You're not permitted to hunt
turkeys with dogs or with recorded
turkey calls; you're not permitted
to shoot them while they're on the
roost or when you're within 100
yards of a game-feeding station
when feed is present. You're also
not permitted to hunt turkeys over
bait. In Holmes County, you may
not hunting turkeys in the fall.
Quail and gray squirrel season
runs statewide Nov. 8 March 1.
Of course, the use of dogs is


allowed, as a good pointer can
really help locate a covey of quail,
and small "feists," like Jack
Russells and rat terriers, enjoy
treeing squirrels and retrieving
them once they're downed. The
daily bag limit on quail and gray
squirrel is 12, but shooting fox
squirrels is against the law.
On private lands, shooting hours
for deer, turkeys, quail and gray
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B-3 Taco Times November 5, 2008


FWC warns hunters to be



careful while cleaning hogs


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
is encouraging hunters to take
precautions when dressing and
handling harvested wild hogs.
Wild hogs, though not originally
native to Florida, are now found
within all 67 counties, and like any
wild animal, can carry parasites
and diseases -- some'of which can
be transmitted to people. One
such disease for hunters to be
concerned with is swine
brucellosis.
The FWC is advising hunters
handling wild hog carcasses to take
the following precautions to protect
themselves from exposure to this
bacterial disease:
.iAvoid eating, drinking or using
tobacco when field-dressing or
handling carcasses.


*Use latex or rubber gloves
when handling the carcass or raw
meat.
*Avoid direct contact with
blood, reproductive organs and
fecal matter. Wearing long
sleeves, eye protection and
covering any scratches, open
wounds or lesions will help provide
protection.
*Clean and disinfect knives,
cleaning area, clothing and any
other exposed surfaces when
finished.
*Wash hands frequently with
soap and water.
When cooking wild hog, as with
any wild game, care in handling is
an important part of disease
prevention, and the meat should be
cooked thoroughly to 170 degrees.
Swine brucellosis is not transmitted


Teens can get


Through properly cooked meat.
"Ilhunters shouldn't he overly
concerned with swine brucellosis,
but they should practice these
good-hygiene, safety precautions
when field-dressing wild hogs,"
FWC wildlife veterinarian Mark
Cunningham said.
Brucellosis in people is called
undulant fever and could be
transmitted if a hunter cut himself
while field-dressing a wild hog or
was exposed to the animal's blood
or bodily fluids. Symptoms
include a recurrent fever, chills,
night sweats, weakness, headaches,
back pain, swollen joints, loss of
appetite and weight loss.
Hunters who exhibit these
symptoms or may have bqe'n
exposed should contact 'a
physician. -


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without hunters' course

Effective Aug. 1, 2006, anyone the hunting tradition," said Florida years to come."
16 years or older and born after Fish and Wildlife Conservation Individuals taking advantage of
May 31, 1975 can hunt under the Commission hunter safety this try-before-you-buy approach
supervision of a licensed hunter, coordinator Bill Cline. "If a novice would have to take and pass a.
21 or older, without having to hunter enjoys the sport, we hope hunter safety class to be eligible to
complete the state's hunter safety they take the hunter safety course purchase a hunting license and
certification. The newly and continue the experience for hunt the following year.
established "Hunter Safety
Mentoring Exemption" enables New nservati youth
those persons to purchase a Florida New conservation youth
hunting license and hunt during a

The new mentoring exemption Center O pens near Capps
was passed by the Florida
Legislature to help persuade more The Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center, located just south of
people to experience hunting. It is Tallahassee near Capps, was created to preserve the tradition of ethical
designed to encourage experienced hunting and active conservation by introducing Florida's youth to the
hunters to teach novice hunters shooting sports and the great outdoors.
about safety, ethics, wildlife, Beau Turner formed a partnership with the Florida Fish and Wildlife
hunting skills and respect for Conservation Commission (FWC) to open the Beau Turner Youth
Florida's outdoors. Conservation Center in March of 2008. The center, the first of its kind in
Until now, everyone 16 or over, Florida, encompasses 160 acres that Turner has leased to the FWC.
and born after May 31, 1975, The goal for the center is to develop a stewardship ethic among youth
needed to complete the hunter .through programs designed to develop their outdoor skills and to instill an
safety requirement before they appreciation and knowledge of the longleaf pine ecosystem and wildlife
were allowed to buy a hunting management techniques.
license. The center offers sporting clays, a .22 rifle range, 3-D and Olympic
"This should be a great incentive style archery ranges, nature trails and a stocked fishing pond. Events held
for gettin nre people to gie t .the center include hunter safety,.courses. advanced hunting and fishing
hunting et an-lpoffany,-we -..clases, olurfteer training workshops as well as youth hunting
can hook some of these folks on opportunities.


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Oct. 20-241
going gun Oct. 25 Nov. 2
in Nov 8 Jan. 18
deer Nov. 15-21
SNov. 8 ,Jan. 4
gray squirrel Nov. 8 March 1
id otter Dec. 1 March 1
key Manh 21 April 26
'abbit, raccoon, opossumn, coyote, nutria,
beaver may be taken year-round.



Seasons and dates are
not applicable on wildlife
management areas.
The 2008-09 Florida
Hunting Regulations
handbook and wildlife
management area bro-
chures are available at
county tax collectors'
offices, Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission regional
offices and online at
MyFWC.com/hunting.


Florid
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srvation Commission


MIGRATORY GAME BIRD SEASONS
SHOOTING HOURS:
* Migratory game birds: one-lialf hour before sunrise to sunset
* Dove dothing the first phase: noon to sttset
" Dove during the occond nand third phase: one-halfhour before sliirinse to sunset
* Crow: onei.halfhonr before sunrise to one-halfhour anftr sunset


SPECIES
Crow
Rail andt ,common moorhen:
King and clapper iails
Sora and Virginia rails
Common moorhen
September Canada gooe*
Special early durk
Mourning and white-winged
dove
Snipe
Canada goose'
Waterfowl and coot

Youth Waterfowl Days

Snow. blue and Ross' geese
Woodcock


SEASON DATES
Aug. 9 Oct. 26 (Sat. & Sun. onlyI
Nov. 11 Feb. 18
Sept. 1 Nov. 9


Sept. 6-24
Sept. 20-241
Oct. 4-27
Nov. 15-30
Dec. 13 Jan. 11
Nov. 1 Feb. 15
Nov. 22-30
Dec. 1 Jan. 30
Nov. 22-30
Dec. 6 Jan. 25
Jan. 31 Feb. 1

Nov. 22-30
Dec. 6 Jan. 25
Dec. 20 Jan. 18


DAILY BAG LIMITS POSSESSION LIMITS
No limit No limit


15
25
15
5
4
156


5
6 ditck.t'
15 coots
5 nergansers--
Same as waterfowl
and coot;
2 scaup
15
8


30 singly or in
aggregate
25 singly or in
aggregate
30
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30 singly or in
aggregate.
16
10
12
30
10 ""
Same as waterfowl
and coot;
4 scaup
No limit
6


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fish and wildlife laws are
stealing from us all.
Obey the law to ensure that
fish and wildlife resources can be
enjoyed by future generations.
Do your part by reporting
violations to a local
FWC law enforcement office by
calling 1-888.404-FWCC (3922)
or #FWC and *FWC
from a cellular phone.
To report online, visit
MyFWC.com/law/alert.
You may be eligible for a cash reward
and can remain anonymous.


S on now open statewide (previously open only on Lake Seninolel.
Baos/i o'.n linito are .t43 teal and wood duck., no more than 24 of which may be wood ducks
iw* g/pe-i.osmn limits increased fromn previous year to 15/30 mourning and white-winged doves, singly or in aggregate.
Six duck tit shall conitt ot no mon than -1n mallards (no more than 2 of which may be female); 1 black duck: 1 mottled duck (Florida duck'; I fuivous wlistling-duck; 1 pintail;
2 redhead.(: 3l otx ducks: and 4 .coters. Daily bag limit on scaup is 1 through first 40 days (Jan. 5, 2009: then 2 for remainder of sea on Jan. 6-25, 2009). Canvasback season i
clo All oth species ofduckexcept harlequin) may be taken up to the six duck daily limit Taking or attemptingto take brant or harlequin ducks is prolubited.
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B-4 TaCO Times November 5, 2008


Dove limit jumps from 12 to 15


When Florida's first phase of the
mourning dove season opened last
month, hunters found an
unexpected bonus -- an increase in
the bag limit from 12 to 15 birds.
The daily bag limit is a
combined bag limit and applies to
both mourning doves and white-
winged doves.
Prior to the 2008 hunting season,
states had the option of going with
a higher bag limit but fewer days
of hunting. This year the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service said states
could increase bag limits without


giving up hunting days.
Florida's three-phase dove
season runs 72 days. This year it's
Oct. 4-27; Nov. 1 5-30; and Dec. 13
- Jan. I 1, 2009. 1 hintilg during the
first phase is legal from noon to
sunset. 1 hunting is allowed during
the latter two phases from 30
minutes before sunrise to sunset.
Kurtl Hodges. Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) assistant
small game coordinator, said states
within the service's Dove Eastern
Management Unit are collecting


lmay types Cof 1daita to ensure dove
popullations relninl unhindered by
the bag limit increase.
"Some states are doing things a
little dil'l'erenlly, but here in
Florida, we've been handing doves
since 2003. We've handed
approximately 6,000 birds during
the summer months." I-lodges said.
"If hunters kill a banded bird,
there's information on the band
that tells them where to report the
band information.
"Also, we're continuing with our
'call count surveys,' and the service


will be asking randomly selected
hunters to provide wings so they
can be aged. The other significant
Source of data comes fromn the
Harvest In formation Program
survey, which is a no-cost
program, required for all migratory
bird hunters."
Hodges said if trends show that
clove numbers decline significantly
in the future for any reason, there
are built-in triggers in the data-
collection system that will signal
both state and federal wildlife
managers that changes are needed.


New rules will impact duck hunters


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
passed two rules in September that
may affect Tallahassee area duck
hunters.
Under the first change,


waterfowl hunters may now use
internal combustion motors of 10
horsepower or less on Lake
Miccosukee in Leon and Jefferson
counties. Motor restrictions
during the waterfowl season on


I


Carr Lake and Lake lamonia in
Leon County have not changed.
Secondly, waterfowl hunting is
now prohibited from or near
permanent duck blinds on four
Tallahassee area lakes. The. lakes

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Double shot
Flynn Welch of Perry got a double when he recently went hunting in Three Rivers. Both
bucks were bagged last month during muzzleloading season.

Snipe season runs Nov. 1 throu(


HUNTING SEASON
Continued from page 2
squirrels are a half-hour before
sunrise to a half-hour after sunset.
All legal firearms, muzzleloaders,
bows, crossbows and handguns
may be used to take each of these
resident game animals during the
general gun, antlerless deer, fall
turkey, and quail and gray squirrel
seasons.
Illegal firearms and ammunition
would be defined as centerfire,
semi-automatic rifles having
magazine capacities of more than
five rounds and fully automatic or
silencer-equipped firearms. Other
prohibited methods for taking
game include shooting from a
moving vehicle or herding or
driving game with a vehicle.
Snipe season this year again runs
Nov. 1 Feb. 15 statewide. And
the second phase of the mourning
and white-winged dove season
also runs the last half of the month,
Nov. 15-30.
Shooting hours for both
migratory birds is one-half hour
before sunrise to sunset. There's
an eight-bird daily bag limit on
snipe, and this year, the daily limit
on dove has been increased to 15.
You must have the no-cost
migratory bird permit if you want
to hunt snipe, dove or any other
migratory game birds.
The only firearm you're allowed
to hunt snipe and doves with is a
shotgun, although you can't use
one larger than a 10-gauge.
Shotguns also must be plugged to a
three-shell capacity (magazine and
chamber combined).
You may hunt either of these
birds over an agricultural field, as
long as the crop's been planted by


regular agricultural methods.
However, you're not allowed to
scatter agricultural products over
an area for the purpose of baiting.
Retrievers or bird dogs can be
used, and if you're up for the.
challenge, you may even use a bow
or crossbow. Birds of prey also
can be used to take snipe and doves
by properly permitted individuals
practicing falconry.
Some things you can't do while
hunting snipe and doves include
using rifles or pistols, shooting
from a moving vehicle, and


herding or driving birds with a
vehicle.
The FWC even provides an
online dove update that gives the
latest information on Florida's
public dove fields. The address is.
MyFWC.com/special/dove, and
it's updated every Thursday
throughout the dove season.
Information includes dove
densities, previous week's harvests
and field conditions.
The first thing you'll need to
participate in one or more of these
hunting opportunities is a Florida


are Miccosukee, lamonia, Carr and
Jackson.
The duck blind rule says no one
may hunt ducks, geese, mergansers
or coots within 30 yards of a
permanent blind or anything that
violates Florida Statutes
prohibiting unauthorized
construction on state lands,
including stakes, posts, rails and
remnant duck blinds.
It defines a permanent blind as
anything that provides shelter,
cover or concealment for a hunter,
but does not include any rooted
vegetation. The use of temporary
duck blinds, including those made
with vegetation, which are
removed at the end of each hunt, is
allowed.
FWC encourages hunters to use
good judgment when carrying
vegetation or other blind materials
and not to operate overloaded
vessels.
The new rules will be in effect
during the regular waterfowl, coot
and Canada goose seasons. The
waterfowl and coot seasons are
Nov. 22-30 and Dec. 6-Jan. 25,
2009. The Canada goose season
is Nov. 22-30 and Dec. 1- Jan. 30,
2009.
For more information visit
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gh Feb. 15
hunting license. Residents pay
just $17. Nonresidents have the
choice of paying $46.50 for a 10-
day license or $151.50 for 12
months.
If you want to hunt on a WMA.
you also must purchase a
management area permit for
$26.50. And don't forget to obtain
the brochure on the WMA you're
gonna hunt, because dates, bag
limits and rules differ greatly for
each area.
All licenses and permits are
available at tax collectors' offices.


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TEN COMMANDMENTS

OF SHOOTING

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1. Control the direction of your firearm's muzzle.
Carry your firearm safely, keeping the safety on
U'c Until ~dT '61. Keep youffiYiAOff the
trigger until ready to shoot.

2. Treat every firearm with the same respect due
a loaded firearm.

3. Identify your target and what is beyond it.
Know the identifying features of the game you
hunt.

4. Be sure the barrel and action are clear of obstruc-
tions and that you have only ammunition of the
proper size for the firearm you are carrying.

5. Unload firearms when not in use. Leave the
actions open. Firearms should be carried
empty in cases to and from shooting areas.

6. Never point a firearm at anything you do no want
to shoot. Avoid all horseplay with a firearm.

7. Never climb a fence or tree, or jump 6 ditchibr
log, with a loaded firearm. Never pull a firearm
toward you by the muzzle.

8. Never shoot a bullet at a flat, hard surface or
water. During target practice, be sure your
backstop is adequate.

9. Store firearms and ammunition separately
i beyond the reach of children and careless
adults.

10. Avoid alcoholic beverages or other mood-
altering drugs before or while shooting.


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CALL AHEAD FOR CARRY OUT
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HOURS: MON. TH. 11-9,
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Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. -1 p.m. Razor's
Edge Tri-County parking lot. Clothes,
toys, pots & pans, books, household
items, many things. Everything must go.
11/5-11/7
3-Family Yard Sale in TACO Heights 122
Walter Smith Rd. Friday 8 a.m. until and
Saturday 8 a.m. 2 p.m. Lots of this and
that. Come and see.
11/5-11/7
Carol's Yard Sale 2995 Slaughter Rd.
Hwy. 19 North. left at Old Dixie Hwy.,
Patrol Station 6/10 mile down. Clothes to
XL. Girls clothes newborn to 24 months.
LP Gas Heater. Bread maker. Darton bow.
Christmas decorations galore, new and
used. Friday 10 a.m. 5 p.m. and Saturday
8 a.m. -2 p.m.
11/5-11/7


WANT TO BUY
Old Taylor,County & Jerkins
Yearbooks
Old Silver Coins
Scrap Gold
Old Comic Books
Used Furniture (LR, DR, BR)
Used Appliances
Taylor County Memorabilia




Is your computer slow? Service & Sales of
new and used computers. Service
available in your home or business. 838-
1683.
10/24PC





12x35 park model furnished one bedroom
in Keaton Beach w/steps and skirting. Just
pull to your lot. $4500 OB.O. or trade. 850-
578-2448 or 321-662-5539.
11/5-11/14
One King size bed and mattress, double
dresser with 2 sets of sheets, coverlet and
2 skirts. $300. Call 584-5681.
11/5-11/14
Designer Inspired Handbags &
cr t 'r-5A sqris ,,' >4
handbags $20-$90
wallets $20-$30
sunglasses $15-$25
jewelry and more.
Call 850-578-2681 or 850-672-9131 leave
message. Keaton Beach on left after canal
bridge. See Sign Come up! Open Daily,
9/5-11/10
Pistol, 22 mag, single action $100;
remington auto, 22 LR Rifle, $100. Call
584-7003 or 838-5665.
1 t/5tfDG
'07' Magnavox TV, 52" Big Screen, $650,
Call 223-1053.
10/24tf

We Buy
Gold, Silver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money

Don't sell your
Old Jewelry
at a yard sale!
Bring it to South House for
TOP DOLLAR!!




Computer repair. New and used computers
with your data transfer included. Repairs
available at your home or business. 838-
1683
10/24PC


Great Selection, Saltwater & Freshwater
Fish + everything you need to keep them
swimming. Hook some Great Deals during
our 5th Friday Sale, Oct. 31-Nov. 7th.
Creatures Featured Pet Shop. Madison,
FL 850-973-3488 www.cf-pet-shop.com
10/29-11/7

Investor Property Angel ALERT Stock
market got you down? Would you like to
borrow $10,000 secured by 1/3 acre and
trailer 1st mortgage 8% yield on 5 year
term. High Loan to value rating, Quick
easy deal recorded, title insurance Keaton
Beach area 1-352-302-2456.
10/22-11/7
Fire Wood For Sale! $75 a load includes
bundle of splinters. Five gallon bucket of
lighter. Will deliver within 20 miles w/no
extra charge. 584-2459 or 838-7248
10/22-11/5
Looking for building to have your holiday
gathering or family reunion? Full Kitchen,
Tables provided. Off of Hwy 19. Call
(850)926-3613.
10/24-11/5

New 350 watt Mobility Scooters, $495. Go
Carts & ATV's. Perry Scooters. 1302 N.
Jefferson St. Phone 371-1432.
10/31-11/5

Historical red brick for sale 838-6077 or
584-2270.
9/3tfJM




Wanted good home for 4 beautiful baby
kittens. Call 584-2500 if no answer leave
message.
10/29tfBW




Available in Nov. 3BR/2Ba. House located
on 1 acre. Back yard fenced, ideal for
small family. Please no dogs.
Unfurnished. W/exception of gas range
and refrigerator. Central heat & air, Good
neighborhood, great neighbors. Rent is
$600 a month w/ matching sec. deposit.
Application is a must & one year lease
req. For more information Call 584-5284.
No calls accepted after 9 p.m.
11/5-11/28

For Rent 3 bedroom house 2 baths, central
.het,,.air newly, .mt pled. $550 a months?
$500 security. Call 843-1460.
11/5-11/7
Whatever your needs, we probably have
the right rental for you. We have 1
bedroom/ 1 bath to 3 bed 1 bath. Prices
range from $375/mo. to $425 mo. All
require a $400 security deposit upon entry.
An application is a must. Call 584-3095
Day 7-1 or 584-5284 eve. We accept HUD
Vouchers.
11/5-11/28

Looking for roommate. Have a private bath.
Reasonable. Call 584-2506.
11/5-11/7
Home for rent in city, Annual Lease, $750
per month. Call 223-3055.
10/24-11/19
' Prevatt's Wayside Apartments. Efficency
for rent. All utilities included plus cable.
$125 deposit $125 per week for one
person. Adults only. Call 371-2160.
10/24-10/31

Newly Remodeled 1 bed apartment.
Completely furnished Central H/AC,
includes electric, garbage, water, cable.
Off Hwy 19 South. $650 + $150 deposit.
(850)926-3613. RV sites for Rent $250
month.
10/17-11/5
Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $155
weekly $40 daily, $495 per month. RV
sites $19 daily, $70 weekly, $250 monthly.
Tax included. 1622 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-7033.
10/15tfLS


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Chiefland
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Southern Villas of Perry
Looking for Applicants!
Rental assistance available HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours are
8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thursday. Call 850-584-
8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd.
Perry, FL 32347 Equal Housing
Opportunity.
7/23tfSV

All electric 2 br/1 bath mobile home in
small park north of town. $350 mo. $300
sec deposit. No pets. Must have rental
references. Call 838-2755.
10/29tfDC
Doublewide for rent. 3 bedroom 2 bath
central heat & air. No pets. $550 mo. first &
last, $400 deposit. Call 584-7582 or 584-
8106.
10/29-11/7
For Rent 2 bed/1 bath house located in a
quiet neighborhood. Call (850)294-9245.
10/31-11/5

Taking applications for a 2 bedroom
mobile home. New AC, new carpet, nice
patio and yard, plus utility house. $385
plus deposit, no pets 1 very small child
only. Call 584-4366.
10/31-11/2

1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call
584-6666
12/5tfWO
Taking applications for rental 14x70 2
BR/2B mobile home set up in Everetts
mobile home park. Rent $425 a month.
Water, sewer and garbage included. No
phone calls. Apply in person only Monday
through Wednesday. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
References required. Ask for Ms. Betty.
8/22tfEMP

Whispering Pines Mobile Home Park now
taking application for one 2 BR/1 Bth
Mobile Home total electric central H/air
and one 3 Br/2 bth mobile home total
electric central H/air. Application and
reference required. Call 584-3889,
9/5tfRB
111 Susan Street, Perry. $675 month plus
$675 deposit. 3 bed/1 bath. Call 850-584-
8524.
10/15tfLS

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $165 weekly or $40
dail~ytax included. 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-7033.
11/14tfLS
602 Veterans Drive 2 bed/1 bath $490
month. Call (850)843-8524.
10/15tfLS

Woodridge Apartments!!
Accepting applications for 1,2 & 3 BR HC
and Non-HC accessible apartments. HUD
vouchers considered. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00 5:00
Mon. Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St. Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711
tfWA

For Rent Large House, 3bd/2 bath for rent.
Credit checks required. Call 584-4678.
10/10-11/5





Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd, 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
tfEF
Motivated Seller: Located on Will Clark
-Rd. 2 bed/1 bath block home situated on
16 acres. House built in 1964, Hardwood
floors, living room w/brick fireplace, fridge
& new stove, new roof, new paint job
inside /outside, well pump. Acreage has
several pecan and magnolia trees. Asking
$175,000. For further information call
Dusty at 904-260-3967.
11/5-11/28
New 1568 sq. ft. house, 3 bedroom, 2 bath
on 2 acres of land. 13740 North Gulf
Manor, five miles from beaches. Open
living area with hardwood flooring and
cathedral ceiling. Carpet in bedrooms, tile
floors in baths and utility room. Ready to
move in $169,900. Call 850-672-0536.
10/24-11/19


2 Dedroom 1 bath house with 2 acres of
land. $65,000, For more information Call
(850)838-6625
10/31-11/26


Looking for your first home? With
payments starting at $150 and with
excellent financing opportunities, what are
you waiting for? Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
6/25tfPH
JUST IN 2009 Southern Oaks. These
homes are beautiful and priced to meet
your budget. 4 BR/2 Bath starting at
$399/month w.a.c. Call 850-838-9090
7/23tflH

1 only CLOSE-OUT
28x80 4 bd/2 bth delivery, set up, air
skirting and steps. $69,995 no dealers
please. Prestige Home Center, Cheifland.
800-477-2492.
9/3tfPH
2009 3 BR/2 Bath starting at ONLY $299/
month w.a.c. many homes to choose from.
We will not be undersold at Ironvyood
Homes of Perry. 850-838-9090.
7/23tifH

$149 Bi-weekly will buy you a new 2 or 3
bd/2 bth mobile home. Call Prestige Home
Centers. 1-800-477-2492.
7/1 PH

PAY LESS 3 BR/2 Bath DW ordered 10
before price increase one remaining at
old pricing. At Ironwood Homes of Perry,
we save you money. 850-838-9090.
7/23tflH

New or Used Mobile Homes with No
money down for Land Ow:e;ors. Cali
Piostige Home Centers 1-80C-477-2492.
7/18PH
LOW PRICES You wont find better deal.
Bring any competitors offer and we will
beat it. We are the low price super center
at Ironwood Homes of Perry. 850-838-9090.
7/23tflH
Too many kids and not enough rooms?
We have 4 bedrooms starting @ $51,995!!!
Call Prestige Home Centers 352-493-2492
or 1-800-477-2492.
6/25tfPH
LAND HOME packages single section -
multi section Modulars too! ".' ',
financing programs' We ccan do i;.
Ironwood Homes of Perry. Call 850-838-
9090
7/23tflH
LAST ONE we have one 16x80
remaining. Delivered and setup within 50
miles for ONLY $34,900. Our prices can't
be beat at Ironwood Homes of Perry. 850-
838-9090.
7/23tflH

INVOICE SALE going on through the end
of the month. Many homes to choose from.
Don't miss ihis opportunity at Ironwood
Homes of Perry. 850-838-9090
7/23tflH

12x35 park model furnished one bedroom
in Keaton Beach w/steps and skirting. Just
pull to your lot. $4500 O.B.O. or trade. 850-
578-2448 or 321-662-5539.
11/5-11/14




NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
2/7-7/31


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Mud truck 1995 Bronco. 4WD, Rear end
positraction, V8, 302 40 groundhogs, no
title, $800 Call 843-1687.
11/5-11/12

2005 Dodge Ram 1500 20.000 original
miles, fully loaded, like new condition, one
owner, car fax, new tires, $11,000,.Call
Larry's Towing. Call 838-0139 anytime.
10i29tfLT


1980 Jeep CJ7 304, V8 motor, $3800. Call
584-7829. After 4:30.
11/5-11/7


'99' Chateau Ultra-lite 24 ft. Camper trailer -
Very good condition. $3,000 OBO 578-
2230.
11/5

Green 2510 Kawasaki Mule 4x4 in very
good condition. Twin cylinder with only
624 hrs. Well cared for. Owner's manual
included. $4,000. Call 584-7883 or 838-
4742.
10/24tfSD
Travel Trailer '81. 14' Scotty, easy pull,
AC, toilet, shower. Hunter/handyman
special. $2000 O.B.O. 584-7003 or 838-
5665.
10/31-11/5DG


Needed: Someone kind and dependable to
assist elderly lady. Light duty, 8 hr. a day,
2 days a week. $100 dollars a week. Call
584-4431
11/5-11/14
The Boys & Girls Club is seeking
creative, child oriented individuals for the
position of Part Time Program Staff. Job
duties to include supervising groups of
children, creating and running programs
with all age groups, and other duties to be
determined on a needs basis by the Unit
Directors. Minimum qualifications: High
school diploma and experience working
with youth. Salary range $6.79-$8.00, 15-
30 hours per week, more during the
summer months. Apply in person to
Teresa Compton at the Veteran's Park Unit
or Natisha Miller at the Jerkins Unit, M-F
1 pm-6pm. No phone calls please.
10/31-11/12

Seeking person with good time
management skills, above average
communication skills, and a world class
customer service approach to each day.
Smaller skilled nursing center offering a
good work environment in which to be able
to get to know your patients, family
members and staff. Contact Holly Reed,
Lafayette Health Care Center, 512 W.
Main St. Mayo, FL 386-294-3300.
10/24-11/5LHC




TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*FREE ESTIMATES* and *GREAT RATES*
Call today! 850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Certified Quality Specialist
10/22-11/7

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD
Need lawn work done for upcoming
holidays for self or mom and dad? We cut
lawn, weed eat, blow driveways, restore
flower beds, make new ones. Cut shrub
and most tree work. 850-223-2477.
10/15-11/7



TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

~ Tile Floors ,,
~ Pet Odors~

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)


With the holidays coming around the
corner and you find that you do not have a
lot of free time to rake and clean up your
yards call us for a free estimate. We also
clean out flower beds and haul of junk cars
and what ever else needs to be done. Give
us a call at 850-584-8959.
Thank you Chad H. Dees lawn care.
Licensed and Insured.
11/5-12/31

Water/Sewer Hook-Ups Available
Complete Set-Up Service & Anchoring,
Dirt Pads & Tree Service

Tear Down & Removal, Releveling,
Installation of New Windows & Doors,
Roofs, Skirting & Vinyl Siding.
Licensed, Insured & Bonded
Call Mark Moneyhan 584-6397
or Steve McKinney 838-0676
Experienced Computer Techs will repair
your computer in your home. Upgrades,
new, or used computer sales with your
data transfer included. Emergency
response available. 838-1683
10/24PC
Handy-man services. Additions,
remodeling, porches, decks, roof work, free
estimate. Call 352-949-2292
10/29-11/28


AW-SHARE'S TOTAL FLOOR
843-1639 (ceil) 838-2805 (office)
Locally Owned & Operated
Licensed & Insured
JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate wood
available, Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak
Repairs. 578-3776, 838-6077 or 584-2270.
10/17tfJM

DRYWALL.

INSTALLATION
REPAIR FINISHING TEXTURING
Call Dennis at
(850) 584-5928

FLOORING
Will Beat all prices. Carpet, Vinyl and
Repairs. Senior Citizens discount. 850-
838-9050 if no answer please leave
message.
6/201tf1BR
Southern Siding & Remodeling, LLC
Jay Swindle Owner, Licensed & Insured.
Vinyl siding & sofit, wood rot, fascia,
decks, screen rooms, windows, porches,
seawalls and more. 850-843-1731 or
southernsiding@yahoo.com
8/29-11/5
College Grad Daycare provider. 24 hour
care. Catering to buckeye employee's
Five years experience, excellent referrals
and CPR certified. 850-584-2838.
10/22-11/7

Lisa's Affordable House Cleaning
Home or office, reliable and dependable,
20% off 1st cleaning. References upon
request. Call for free estimates. 850-584-
6209
10/22-11/14

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.
3/9fnAZ

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Notice of Workship
The Big Bend Water Authority announces
a workshop, to which all persons are
invited. The workshop will be held on
Thursday, November 13, 2008,
beginning at 5'00 p.m. The purpose of
the workshop is to evaluate, consider
and interview an applicant for the
General Manager vacancy. The
workshop will be held at the Big Bend
Water Authority, which is located at 1313
First Avenue SE, Steinhatchee, Florida,
The workshop will be conducted without
public input. More information may be
obtained by contacting Jo Hiers at 352-
498-3576.


Are you highly motivated?

Are you a self-starter?

Do you posses a strong desire
to succeed?

If you answered yes to any of the above
questions we are looking for you!






(FOOD STORE


We are currently accepting applications for

ASSISTANT MANAGERS
in the Greenville and Madison areas.
Interested applicants please call Ms. Bertie @ 352-494-7550


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B-6 The Taco Times November 5, 200


At the Booking Desk


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY
CIRCUIT CIVIL CASE NO 07 883-CA
SWachovia Bank, National Association
Plaintiff,
V.
Josephine McCarthy. e; al
Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
summary final judgment of foreclosure
dated October 10, 2008. and entered in
Case No. 07-883-CA of !he C;icuit Court
for Taylor County, Florida, i will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at 'he
front steps of.Taylor County Courthouse,
108 North Jefferson Street, Perry, Florndo.
at 11:00 am. on the 2nd day of
December, 2008, the following property
as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment.
Lot 55, Sea Oaks, according to plot
thereof recordedin Plat Book 1, page
153, public records of Taylor County,
Florida.
Together with all the improvements now
or hereafter erected on the property,
and all easements, rights.
appurtenances, rents, royalties, mineral.
oil and gas rights and profits, water rights
and stock and all fixtures now or
hereafter attached to the property.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of lis
pendens must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
Witness my hand and the seal of this
court on Oct. 21, 2008.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act. persons with disabilities
needing a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the individual or agency
sending this notice no later tnon seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding. If
hearing impaired. (TDD) 1-800-955-8771,
or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
Annie Moe Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit and County Court
By: Marti Lovalle
Deputy Clerk
10/29, 11/5


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NUMBER: 08-391-CA
WOODLAND Ill, LTD., a Florida limited
partnership. Plaintiff.
vs.
REBECCA A. BENTZ and UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to
an Order or a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the above-captione.d
action, I, Annie Mae Murphy. Clerk of
the Circuit Court. will sell the property
situated in Taylor County. Florida,
described as:
Lot 10. of WARRIOR CREEK SUBDIVISION,
a subdivision as per the plat thereof filed
at Plat Book 1, page 174A through
174C, of the Public Records of Taylor
County, Florida.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the west entrance of
the Taylor County Courthouse, located
at 108 N. Jefferson Street, in Perry,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 20th day of
November, AD. 2008.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the is pendens must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court this 21st day of October, 2008.
Annie Moe Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(COURT SEAL)
BY:Morti Lavalle
As Deputy Clerk


H EDWARD GARVIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 358041 1 "
Gainesville. FL 32635
(352) 373-2598
Florida Bar No 749753
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provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the Court Administrator for the
Third Judicial Circuit, 145 N Hernando St.
PO Box 1569, Lake City, FL 32056, (386)
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 62-2008-CA-000530
DIVISION
U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS
SUCCESSOR TO LASALLE BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE C-
BASS MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES. SERIES 2007 CB5,
Plaintiff.
vs.
GERARD DOCKERY, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated October 20, 2008 and entered in
Case No. 62-2008-CA-000530 of the
Circuit Court of the THIRD Judicial Circuit
in and for TAYLOR County, Florida
wherein U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION AS SUCCESSOR TO LASALLE
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE C-BASS MORTGAGE
LOAN ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2007-CB5, is the Plaintiff and
GERARD DOCKERY; LISA DOCKERY; are
the Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at 108 N.
JEFFERSON STREET ON THE FRONT STEPS OF
THE TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 20th day of November,
2008, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgmen
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 19,
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 8 EAST AS
THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 17
SECONDS EAST,, ALONG THE FORTY LINE,
465.29 FEET TO THE WEST R/W LINE OF
COUNTY ROAD 361: THENCE RUN SOUTH
10 DEGREES 41 MINUTES 40 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG SAID R/W LINE, 263.92 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 54
MINUTES 41 SECONDS WEST, 400.70 FEET
TO THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SMITH
PROPERTY (OFFICIAL RECORD 421, PAGE
442). THENCE RUN NORTH 03 DEGREES 26
MINUTES 31 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
SMITH PROPERTY, 259.94 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. SUBJECT TO A 20
FOOT WIDE EASEMENT ALONG THE SOUTH
BOUNDARY OF ABOVE DESCRIBED TRACT.
SAID LAND SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 6515 Beach Road, Perry, FL 32348
Any person claiming an interest In the
surplus from the sole, If any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS, MY I.AND andt the, kdl' OFthi. i'*'
Court on October 21, 2008.
Annie M. Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
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James Lane, VOP (DWLS), Officer
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Tallahassee, loitering and prowling, Ptl.
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Antonio Martinez King, 33, 121 N.
Beverly Street, aggravated assault,
resisting without violence, FTA
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Laura May Mann, 20, 635 Hingson
Tanner Road, DWLS (knowingly),
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Ohio Tensley, 51, 905 W. Willow
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Cassandra Baumgartner, 20, 330 N.
James Smith Road #8, FTA/improper
tag, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
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Dusty Lewis Cannon, 36, 907 N.
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Carl Jordan Melton, 37, 406 Puckett
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Dennis Ray Rollison, 30,
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Dennis Lacharles August, 37, 910
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Wilsey A. Kemp, 43, 3320 Woods
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B-7 TaCO Times November 5, 2008


Alma Candis, left, and Geneva Moore, right, are longtime employees of Martin Electronics
in Perry. Their supervisor, Carolyn Foskey, center, speaks highly of them.

MEI spotlighted for supporting

local individuals with disabilities


One employer in Perry has made
a commitment to employing
individuals with disabilities.


Martin Electronics is a munitions
assembly plant and about four
percent of its workforce has a
disability.
"When you consider the
company employs 250 people, that
is an impressive statistic," MEI
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Suzanne Sleigher noted.
Two women with disabilities
work side-by-side and are fixtures
at the plant. Geneva Moore and
Alma Candis work on the safety
clip assembly line for hand
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The company builds practice
fuses that are used in training
soldiers.
Moore has been with Martin
Electronics for 22 years, and
Candis has been there for 16 years.
Their supervisor, Carolyn Foskey,
is pleased with their history of
work performance.
"They are both good employees
and perform Well," Foskey says.
"They are dependable and do what
you ask of them."
Florida's Agency for Persons
with Disabilities (APD) has been
highlighting the contributions of
people with -di'tMbities to e td'
workforce.
Moore says, "I feel good about
earning a paycheck and making
some money."


Candis enjoys the opportunity to
work. "Having a job gets me out of
the house and around people," says
Candis. "I have enjoyed working at
Martin Electronics for 16 years
and like all the people I work
with."
The two women say they feel
like part of a team and have good
camaraderie at work.
Sleigher says people
with disabilities make great
employees.
"They are extremely reliable,"
Sleigher says. "They get along
well with everyone. It just makes
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them as part of your workforce. We
have turnover here, but the
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,:. ThCO Times November 5, 2008


More than 30 volunteers helped clean up Steinhatchee roadways and waterways.


Students & residents join forces

for annual Steinhatchee clean-up


Heritage Pavilion Forest Capital Park


By SUSAN CURTIS
Clean-up Chairman
Rain? What rain?
Volunteers for the Steinhatchee
River Coastal Clean-up did not let
the damp weather put a damper on
their enthusiasm Saturday, Oct. 25.
More than 30 volunteers came out
to "Keep Steinhatchee Beautiful."
Both the roads and the river were
the targets.
Mother Nature provided a cool
overcast morning albeit a bit wet.
Taylor County Solid Waste
Department provided a dumpster
for the picked up items.
Hungry Howie's provided
delicious pizza. Ann Boy
organized the "food and drink"
department.Ronnie Hill and


Jimmy Mason used their trucks for
picking up the bags and trash
collected by the workers. And
most important of all: the
volunteers who walked the roads,
got into boats and cleaned the
banks of the river made our town a
nicer place to call home.
Students who participated
included Rodrigo and Jennifer
Martinez, Crissie Mason and Jena
Gibson. Their leader was Patricia
Hurd, a teacher at Steinhatchee
School. They cleaned the Bridge
Road areas. Megan Huyck, another
student, worked with Jeanne Black
and cleaned the riverbank west of
the bridge.
Several couples worked together
on cleaning other parts of the river.


They include: Charlotte and Don
Gambel, Stan and Jean Ridgeway,
Mary and Julius Cooey. Bonnie
Heaton and Allen Fink, and Peggy
and John Glass.
Freddie Love Hires worked
Riverside Drive for the Garden
Club. Judy Gantenbein, Char
Chauncey and Sue Polhemus
worked Hwy. 51 from Cooey's
Island to Tri County Electric for
AARP. Jacksonville residents and
weekend Steinhatchians. Jane
Feber and Tee Bayley worked 6th.
7th and 8th Streets.
Last Thursday Gail Bartlett and
Susan Curtis worked School
House Road from Mason's to 6th
Street. Bob Emery came by and
took their 120 pounds of trash to
the dump. Such a nice gesture!
Next year you might like to
volunteer your morning to have a
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