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Title: Taco times
Alternate Title: Taylor County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Taco times
Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Perry Newspapers
Place of Publication: Perry, Fla
Publication Date: October 7, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Perry (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Taylor County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Taylor -- Perry
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1961.
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General Note: Description based on: 22nd year, no. 27 (Apr. 11, 1984).
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"An individual exited their
house, found the victim oil the
front porch with injuries and
called the police in reference to
an injured person," Cruse said.
"Upon their arrival, officers
were able to determine that the
victim had sustained the
injuries prior to police being
summoned. They were also
able to determine that the male
victim was deceased.
"We are currently working to
verify if the home was his
residence or a relative's. We are
also working to determine his
last steps and history prior to
receiving his injuries, Cruse


said.
The body has been
transported to the medical
examiner's office in
Tallahassee.
A crime scene unit from the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) arrived at
the scene around 10:30 a.m.
and processed evidence for
nearly three hours.
Two investigators--Det.
Dwight Norris and Det. David
Gorby are working the case
assisted by agents from the
FDLE'
** Please see page 2


Police have no suspects in
the investigation into the.death
of 38-year-old Andre White,
whose body was found on the
front porch of a residence at
222 Buffalo Drive Tuesday
morning, Oct. 6.
Crowds gathered around
police tape cordoning off the
crime scene. Bright orange
cones were positioned around
the front yard, marking
"potential items of evidence,"
Perry Police Department Capt.
Jamie Cruse said. ..
Police officers were called to
the residence around 9 a.m.
T),tesday.


FDLE investigators process the scene at 222 Buffalo Drive where a man's body


in a saltwater marsh at the


David Allen Lindsay, 50, was
last seen driving his 2005
Yamaha motomycle as he left
his home near Keaton Beach.
When he did not retum as
medFh d ,fe od
Taylor County Sherifs Office
issued a BOLO (be on the look
out) alert and checked all the
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The body of a Keaton Beach


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A Tallahassee man was killed in a one-vehicle crash Sunday said
afternoon on U.S. 19 in Taylor County. How ever, both Lindsay
Accoaling to the Florida Highway Patrol, Robert Leon the motorcycle were found
Duncan U. 22, was driving a 1998 Ford SUV northbound in the bouom of the di
the inside lane of U.S. 19 around 2 p.m. when his vehicle
traveled into the median. Monday.
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(From left) State Attorney Robert "Skip" Jarvis, Assistant State Attorney Dave
Phelps, PPD Capt.Jamle Cruse, Det Dwight Norns and Det. David Gorby were all
on hand Tuesday.




Shady Grove teen


named 2009 Taylor



County Junior Miss


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staffwriter
A Shady Grove songbird
soared to new heights Saturday
and was awarded the evening's
most coveted title, that of
Taylor County's Florida Forest
Festival Junior Miss.
Maisie Wilson, the daughter
of Barry and Carla Wilson of
Shady Grove, gasped in
surprise when Master of
Ceremonies Bruce Ratliff
called her name as winner of
the 2009 program.
A capacity crowd filled
Forest Capital Hall as 13 local
senior girls vied for the top
title. Cheers shook the rafters
as Emily Newman, the
daughter of Randy and Deidra
Newman, was named first
runner-up and Jordan Williams,
the daughter of Lydia "Charlie"
Johns and the late David
Williams, second runner-up,
Cheers rang out again as
Charley Campbell, the
daughter of Charles and
Kohatha Campbell, was
P resented the award for her
em dim t f tlled si


Strickland, the daughter of
William and Michelle
Strickland, was recognized as
wmner of the "Be Your Best
Self" essay contest.
In addition to the title of
Taylor County Junior Miss,
Wilson also won the talent
award for a powerful rendition
of "Popular" from the
Broadway musical "Wicked."
The teen, who is home-
schooled, has earned top billing
in area theater productions.
most recently as the lead in
Tallahassee Young Actors
Theatre's "High School
Musical."
Newman also walked away
with additional awards,
wmnmg the community service
award and physical fitness
award (poup A).
Williams' arms overflowed
with awards, representing top
honors in scholastics, physical
fitness (group B) and self-
expression,
"America's Junior Miss
Program eachrates young
women who have distinguished
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(1 ut ut ti 1 ye


young women proudly
represent our Taylor County
community. Their intelligence,
talent, energy and character
epitomize much of the charm
and personality that defines
what Taylor County is today as
well as foreshadows what our
future can be," Festival
Chairman Bo Taff said.
"Beach Blast 2009" was the
evening's theme and set
director Lynda Edwards
fashioned a backdrop that
brought to mind lazy days on
the Gulf of Mexico.
Candidates emerged on stage
fmm sun-drenched scenes that
transformed Forest Capital Hall
into a warm and \sekoming
venue.
But it was the candidates
themselves whose unique
personalities and talents burned
brightest on stage.
Strong talent presentations
kept the evening moving at a
fast pace, with perfonwances
mining from tap dances to
comedic sketches to dramatic
monologues
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Maisie Wilson, center, was named Taylor County's Florida Forest Festival
Junior Miss during ceremonies Saturday; joining her court are First Runner-Up
Emily Newman, right, and Second Runner-Up Jordan Williams.


impaciing volume and the
retirement of Postmaster Lorna
Shaw nearly two years ago.
Although not a postmaster,
Gloria Ciesynski has been
keeping the Salem branch open
since Shsia's retirement.
,One postal official supposted
that a "cluster box" could be
placed at the current post
office, eliminating home
delivery, but that did not sit


I.J.S. Postal officials left last
Thursday's meeting in Salem
with a clear message from the
community--they don't want to
lose their post office.
About 65 people attended the
meeting at the Salem Baptist
Church fellowship hall to
discuss the possible closing of
the facility that began
operations in 1878.
Joseph Breckinridge, a U.S.


Postal Service employee from
Atlanta, Ga., presided over the
meeting.
"This isn't a done deal (to
close the office). We are
obligated to consider.what you
have to say," Breckinridge
said.
Carol Pierson from the postal
service's Jacksonville office,
said there are two parts to the
study currently underway--


comments from the meeting
and a follow-up questionnaire
that will be sent to all Salem
postal customers.
Pierson said once she
completes the study, it will be
sent to Washington D.C.
headquarters where a decision
will be made, likely by the
executive vice president.
According to a Sept. 15 letter
sent to Salem residents from


Todd Smith, manager of post
office operations in the North
Florida District, recent
extraordinary events makes it
imperative to reconsider every
aspect of postal operations.
Smith said the contraction in
the economy has dramatically
reduced mail volume by some
32 billion pieces since 2007. He
also cited "electronic
alternatives" and email as


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"Keaton Beach is a major
economic driver in the region,
and this project will make the
waters more navigable and safe
for the benefit of the
community. I am pleased to
have addressed one of Taylor
County's top priorities in this
legislation."
State Attorney
JafVIS f6Sponded
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State Attorney Robert "Skip"
Jarvis and Assistant State
Attorney Dave Phelps were
both at the scene.
"We asked them to come so
that we could apprise them of
the investigation and also to
have legal assistance available
if needed," Cruse said.


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Others said requiring the
elderly to drive to pick up their
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A federal allocation for
dredging the Keaton Beach
main canal secured by
Congressman Allen Boyd has
survived the Senate budget
process, but at half the size.
Boyd announced in July he
had $300,000 in the U.S. House
of Representatives' 2010
Energy and Water
Development and Related
Agencies Appropriations Bill,
which would have only funded
about 10 percent of the
project's estimated cost.
On Friday, Boyd's office said
that amount had been reduced
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President Barack Obama for
his signature.
County Administrator Jack
Brown said the county had
requested $2.7 million to fund
the project, and Boyd originally
put a $2 million allocation into
House bill. When the final
House version went to a vote,


however, the allocation had
been reduced to $300,000.
While the final allocation has
been reduced even further,
Brown said Monday the county
was still appreciative of Boyd's
efforts.
He said the county is
continuing to look to see if the
funds can be used to secure a
spoil site for the project.
The dredging's projected cost
is based on a feasibility study
conducted in 2001-02, which
estimated the price tag to
dredge the main canal from the
public boat ramp basin to the
= of the channel as $1.4
With costs, including fuel
prices, almost doubling since
that time, the county arrived at
the figure of $2.7 million.
"This federal investment will
greatly assist Taylor County as
they begin to dredge the
Keaton Beach Canal," Boyd
said in a press release Friday,


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Continued from page 1
Duncan overcorrected,
causing the SUV in cross into
the outer northbound lane, Tpr.
James 1. Parker Jr. said in his
report. Duncan attempted to
steer the vehicle back, but the
SUV began to rotate and then
overturned.
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the Michael Jackson hit, "Black
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Contestant #3 Elisa Webb,
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a shaggy beard, kicked it up
during a comedic rendition of
"Man of Constant Sorrows"
from the movie "O Brother,
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Contestant #5 Maisie Wilson

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herself, dressed in a yellow
evening gown reminiscent of
the one worn by the movie's
lead heroine, Belle.
Contestant #7 Charley
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a journey of faith during a
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and Lindsay was thrown
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Jessica Strickland, left, was the winner of the "Be Your Best Self" essay contest


washed over the crowd during a
solo saxophone performance
from Contestant #8 Lauren
Clover.
Contestant #9 Jordan
Williams captured the light-
hearted spirit of "The
Entertainer" during a piano
performance.
Contestant #10 Marissa
Snodgrass showed her dramatic
side during a monologue
looking at the legacy her
generation will leave behind.
Contestant #11, Jessica
Strickland, who has been
dancing since the age of two,
jazzed things up with a
performance from the hit
musical "Chicago."
Contestant #12 Dallas Self
showed her red, white and blue


spirit with a solo JROTC rifle
drill.
Contestant #13 Natalie
Ricketson took the program to
new heights during a baton
twirling routine, throwing a
baton high into the air and
catching it with seemingly little
effort in a smooth, practiced
and exhilarating performance.
The winner of the Florida
Forest Festival Junior Miss
program received a $2.500
scholarship. The tirst runner-up
received a $1.500 scholarship
and the second runner-up.
$750.
The talent and scholastics
awards each carried $500
scholarships: $300 scholarships
were presented for the fitness
and self-expression awards:


and $250 schoutrships for the
"Spirit of Jr Miss,' "Be Your
Best Selt essal and
community service avards.
Co-chairs for the event were
Angie Gibson. Lauren Cruse
and Stacey Cruse, with ends
expressing their thanks to the
candidates and their timilies
for sharing the Junior Miss
experience with them.
Thylor Couniv's new Junior
Miss will make her debut
during the Little King & Queen
Pageant this Saturdal. Oct. 10,
at Taylor County High
School.
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The event will be held at
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located at 403 S.E. Craven St.
It begins at 8:30 a.m. anti
continues until 12:30 p.m.;
participants are encouraged to
bring a sack lunch.
Registration fees are $7 for
an individual or a couple.
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my favorite cooks, Miss Daisy of Nashville, Tenn. Her cookbooks
can be found on the Internet.

Chicken Salad
4 whole chicken breasts
1 c. diced celery
1/2 c. sweet pickle relish
1 c. finely chopped pecans
I c. chopped apple
I and 1/2 c. real mayonnaise
Pepper, celery salt and onion salt to taste.
Boil chicken and let cool. Cut into small pieces and mix in other
ingredients. Let chill and stuff in a large tomato while we still have
good ones.
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Saturday Oct.1 1:00 a.in.
Home of the Woods Family on Bird Island
AII graduates, attendees, teachers and employees
are welcome to attend
The school, established in the small township of
Salem, taught first through twelfth grades,

Please lxing a covered dish or dessert to accompany BBQ.
(All paper goods and ice will be fumished as well.)


Many thanks for the overwhelming positive responses to my Inst
column! It was a difficult but necessary piece to write. I have been
busy undoing my plans to move to Tallahassee and welcoming my
son into my home, but I am now back twice monthly in Shady
Grove News.
I werit for most of my 45 years knowing very fpw women named
"Deborah" and then I come back home to Taylor County and find
that there is another "Deborah Sheffield" right here! I appreciate
that Deborah Sheffield of Perry who graciously received so many
of your phone calls. There was just one negative response among
the many kind words--and I am sorry she had to receive that one at
6:30 a.m. Thank you, Deborah!
But, by far, the greatest response was a phone call from Mrs.
Peggy Sisk. She invited me to lunch, and we enjoyed three hours
at Rosehead Timation and visiting sites around town. She is still
sweetly remarkable!:
Isn't October in North Florida wonderful? The yellow flies are
gone, mosquitoes are dying off and the temperature is so much
nicer and easier to live with! Even though Ilove early spring here,
October is my favorite month. This couldn't be a nicer time to try
to get things back to together and into a regular routine around
here.
Sadly, however, I cannot try for a collard crop this year--while
spending time with .my great aunt and uncle, and working in
Tallahassee, someone stole my little tiller from my pump house.
My mailbox is painted with "My Farmette" across the top, but I
have a lot to learn and a long way to go before I can create a little

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farmette out of my place. Without dreams however, life seems
without purpose--so I dream of creating a little organic farm right
here on my seven acres in Shady Grove. I believe Granddaddy
Sheffield would be pleased!
I actually have some community events to tell you about this
week--this is exciting:
A part of my Grandmother's church circuit, Lake Bird
Methodist, celebrated Homecoming this past Sunday. My son,
Blake Armstrong, who has just moved in with me from Wisconsin,
was impressed by the incredible quality and selection of food; he
said he ate far too much, though! He isn't accustomed to such
gatherings but enjoyed it while reacquainting himself with
relatives and meeting many new and friendly people. He plans to
enroll at TCC in January, so until then, I am enjoying his presence
in my home.
Last week Walter Rowell sent an e-mail to me, telling me about
an exciting find he made while cleaning up behind the Robert M.
Hendry Methodist Church and his mother's former place in Shady
Grove. Apparently, there was a grist mill back there once upon a
time, and he found the remainder of the wheel! He has pictures
and an interesting story of long ago for many here in Shady Grove.
Look for the whole story soon!
Mrs. Patricia Rowell phoned me yesterday morning to invite us
all to a community meeting at the Community Center here in
Shady Grove on Hwy 14. The topic is the proposed park adjacent
to the Community Center. Community input and support is
encouraged and will be welcomed. The meeting will begin at 5
p.m. Thursday evening--hope to see many of you there!
Finally, I want to sing the praises of the chicken salad at the
Shady Grove Rocky's store--it is the most dehesous chicken salad
1 have ever tasted. They served it stuffed into a large sweet tomato
with crackers--what a delightful surprise lunch was that day. Lisa

your way to the store at the caution light to experience it for
yourself! Until then, I'll share a chicken salad recipe from one of


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21St annual celebration slated
The Rev. Alexander Demps, a native of Perry, and St. Paul's
Community Church will kick off the 21st annual appreciation
service for Elder Chester H. Demps this Saturday, Oct. 10, at 3
p.m. at Christian Tabernacle, 425 Warner St. (adjacent to Jerkins
Park). Activities are planned throughout October which is Clergy
Appreciation Month. The final service will be on the third Sunday
in October. All friends and family members are invited to attend.

St. James Episcopal extends apology
St. James Episcopal Church released this statement for the


community: "Due to the sudden death of a beloved church
member and the scheduling of her funeral service, the Blessing of
the Animals scheduled Sunday, Oct. 4, had to be cancelled.
Knowledge of the circumstance came too late to publish a
cancellation. We apologize for any inconvenience this ma
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aused anyone who brought their animals. The celebration of St. YOuth Day is Sunday
rancis of Assisi's life and work will be re-scheduled for another Mt. Olive's Youth Department will celebrate its annual Youth
ate, and the public will again be invited to attend." Day on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 3 p.m.
The speaker for this occasion will be Minister Raynard Brant of
52nd session convenes Oct. 19 Vero Beach, currently a senior at Florida A & M University in
The 52nd annual session of the Taylor Baptist Association will Tallahassee.


industry, died Oct. 1, 2009.
Mr. Farmer was a native and
a lifelong resident of Taylor
County. He was the son of the
late Arthur Melvin Farmer and
Beatrice Lundy Farmer. He was
of the Mormon faith.
He was preceded in death by
a brother, Larry Farmer and one
granddaughter, Kayla B. Floyd.
Survivors include: his
daughter, Carolyn Yvonne
Floyd of Perry; long-time
companion, Barbara Bennett of
Perry; brother, John Compton
Sr. of Perry; sister, Evelyn
Cook of Tifton, Ga.; and three
grandchildren.
A memorial service will be
held at a later date.
Beggs Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements'
Edna Messer
Edna Messer, 95, of
Marianna died Oct. 5, 2009, at
her home.


She was born in Altha and
had resided in Jackson County
for the past 85 years. She was
the former owner-operator of
Edna's Beauty Shop, a charter
member of the Marianna
Garden Club, a past member of
Marianna Business and
Professional Women's Club, a
longtime member of the First
Baptist Church of Marianna
and a member of the Davis-


Folsom Circle.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, Sam and Hattie
Bennett Messer; two sisters,
Estelle Rawls and Pauline Peel.
Survivors include: her sister,
Coreane McDaniel of Perry;
nephews, Doyle Peel and
Johnny McDaniel; nieces, Reba
Olcott and Vera Furtick; and
other great nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will be


held today, Oct. 7, at 2 p.m. at
Dellwood Baptist Church
Cemetery with the Rev. Bill
Hinds and Dr. Shannon Eads
officiating.
Interment will be in the
Dellwood Baptist Church
Cemetery. James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel is in charge of
arrangements.
Please see page 8


Dona Dixon Everett
Dona Dixon Everett, age 78,
a native and lifelong resident of
Taylor County died Oct. 1,
2009, at the Mayo Clinic in
Jacksonville.
She was born in Foley on
Jan. 16, 1931, to Johnny P. and
Carrie Raulerson Dixon. She
had one brother, J.C. Dixon,
who preceded her in death,
Mrs. Everett graduated from
Taylor County High School in
1948 and enrolled in Florida
State University earning a B.S.
degree in business education.
She returned to Perry and
taught business classes at
Taylor County High School
until the department was
transferred to the new Taylor
County Vocational School. She
worked closely with the
business community to ensure
placement of her students upon
their graduation. She retired in
1985 after 33 years of service
as a teacher in the Taylor
, CoC n iS laD c polished
pianist, she accompanied the
high school Glee Club during
her first years of teaching and
also played at local churches.
Mrs. Everett was a longtime
member ofSt. James Episcopal
cCho awhemashe sub r ion
of aaud ttlTn er r as a
teacher, she was a co-founder
and major stockholder qf Ware.
Oil Co. She was a member of
the Taylor Retired Educators
and past member of the Perry
Woman's Club, the Taylor
Education Association and the
Perry Garden Club. She
maintained a special
membership in the F&T Bridge
E Club and the local duplicate
bridge club.
She is survived by her two
sons: Don Everett Jr. and wife
Kathy, and Doug Everett and
wife Melissa, all of Perry; six
grandchildren: Ashley Everett,
Michael Everett, Lauren
Everett, Maddie Everett, Daniel
Everett, and Suzan Everett, all
of Perry; and twin great


grandchildren, Grace and Case
Raker, also of Perry; nephews,
Brian Faircloth and John
Powell Dixon; one niece, Leigh
Faircloth; a lifetime faithful
assistant, Maggie Jones; and a
group of loving friends.
Funeral services were held at
First Baptist Church on
Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009, at 2 p.m.
with Father Aquilla Hansen and
Brother Gary Brett officiating.
Interment followed at
Woodlawn Cemetery. The
family received friends
Saturday, Oct. 3, from 6 to 8
p.m. at St. James Episcopal
Chush. In lieu of flowers, the
family humbly requests
donations be made to St. James
Episcopal Church.
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BY AARON PORTWOOD
The Thylor County Bulldogs
put together their most
complete performance of the
season and stunned long-time
rival Suwannee 28-21 before
a packed house at Dorsett
Stadium Friday night in Perry
to improve to 3-2 overall on the
season. '
Prior to being humbled by
Taylor County, Class 2A Live
Oak came into the game with a
3-1 overall record, riding high
after a 21-19 win over Alachua
Santa Fe, a 27-13 defeat of Fort
White and a 28-7 victory over
Hamilton County. Suwannee
had lost only once this season
(34-3 to Madison).
The Taylor County defense
scored 14 points with a pair
of- "scoop-and-score" fumble
returns for touchdowns by
Jabahri Bishop and Reggie Kin
and got rushing TDs from Tony
Jackson and QB Ty Crowley
behind impressive blocking
by both the offensive line and
receivers downfield.
Senior Justin Conver made
some big blocks down the
stretch as did his offensive
linemates Kyle Linton, Zack
Morris, Tony Southerland and


Josh Wells. 'litylor got some
great downlield blocking from
receivers Tevin Ellis. Chad Hill
and Chase Stephens as well as
runningback Wesley Brandon.
Brandon made a huge impact
on both sides of the ball, as he
led the Taylor County defense
with 14 tackles (9 solo) a sack
and a forced fumble.
But, there was a long list of
other defensive players who
also made big plays for Perry.
including: Chad Hill (12 tackles,
9 solo, forced fumble). Taylor
Woods (9 tackles, 6 solo, sack,
pass deflection), James Houston
(7 tackles, interception), Caleb
Murphy (11 tackles. 5 solo,
fumble recovery), Reggie King
(7 tackles, 4 solo, .5 suck,
fumble return for TD), Jesse
Braswell (10 tackles, 3 solo),
Jabahri Bishop (7 tackles, 2
solo, fumble return for TD, pass
deflection), as well as George
Gant (4 tackles), Devonta Powe
(3 tackles). Jonathan Smith (2
tackles, sack, forced fumble that
led to a TD) and Cory Sadler (I
tackle, 2 pass break-ups).
Live Oak did break several
big plays on the way to 105
total yards (144 rushing, 162
passing), out-gaining Taylor


~h the line as Southerland (53) Jackson (1) and Houston (21) look for someone to


Crowley (15) busts through
block'
with 249 total yards (129
rushing, 120 passing) in a game
that featured two very balanced
offensive attacks.
But, Perry won the turnover
battle by committing just two
(one fumble, one int.) while
Taylor's defense forced four (3


fumbles lost, I int.) to make the Trailing 14-7 with 5:43 left in
difference in the game. the second quarter, Jackson ran
For the second time this for a first down, but Crowley
season, Bulldog seniors King was picked off on a 3rd and 13
and Bishop turned in big-time pass.
defensive plays. Earlier this Caleb Murphy, Powe, Bishop
year Bishop blocked a kick that and Gant made big tackles for
King scooped up and returned losses to hold Suwannee to a
for a touchdown. In this game, 14-7 halftime lead.
Jonathan Smith, Chad Hill and A special teams tackle by
Wesley Brandon twice stripped Houston pinned Live Oak
the ball loose from Suwannee's deep to start the second half
freshman QB Jimmy Taylor and Gant, Bishop and Braswell
Bishop picked up the first combined to make a tackle for
one and rumbled 62 yards for a loss on first down. On 3rd and
TD to tie the game at 7-7 in the 4 from their own 27, Live Oak
second quarter. On the opening QB Jimmy Taylor dropped back
drive of the 3rd quarter King to pass and had the ball stripped
scooped up the second forced before King scooped it up and
fumble and raced 24 yards for a scored from 24 yards out.
TD to pull Taylor within 14-13. Crowley's kick missed wide
Taylor opened the game left to allow Suwannee to cling
with an impressive 14-play to a 14-13 lead with 8:51 left in
drive from their own 20 down the 3rd.
to the Suwance 10-yard line. Bishop and Smith combined
but came up empty. Crowleve 1.ra lackly for less and.Cpres
(who tied his season-high by Sadler caused an incomplenon
completing 17 of 24 passes for with heavy QB pressure to force
120 yards) hooked up with King Live Oak to punt after just three
(who set a season high with 13 plays.
catches) 3 times for 26 yards. Crowley (who had three
handed off to Tony Jackson ditTerent stretches of the
(17 carries, 89 yards) twice for game in which he completed
seven yards.but did most of the ...
damage himself by carrying the 4.: : . .*
ball twice for 30 yards (gains of
12 and 18 yards).
Coach Shane Boggs' spread
gun offense got six players involved on the opening .
series, as James Houston ran a 16 First Do
reverse and end around. Kelvin 38/129 Rush/ya
Crocker caught an 8-yard pass 17/24/1 Comp./
and Brandon had a carry for two
yards. but the drive stalled after 120 Pass Ya
a holding penalty pushed Peny 249 Total Of

backg a tl6 aft1e0 having 1/19 Punts/A
lost 3 yards and two incomplete 1/1 Furnble
passes forced Crowley to try 6140 Penaltie
a 34-yard field goal that just
missed to the right.
The 'Dog defense came up
big, forming Suwannee to go 3 --
and out and a fumble punt snap
over the punter's head nearly
spelled disaster for Live Oak,
but the kicker recovered and got
the ball away.
Taylor took over at their
own 36 and drove down to the
Suwannee 40 before Crowley
was stopped for a one-yard gain
while running for a first down
on 4th and 2 from the Live Oak


4 or more passes in a row)
engineered a masterful scoring
drive from his own 41, mixing
short completions to King with
nice runs by Jackson. During
the drive, Crowley kept the ball
on four QB keepers for 19 yards
capped by his big 3-yard TD
run with 3:23 left in the third
quarter.
Jackson took an option pitch
and reversed field on a cut
back to score the two-point
conversion that gave Taylor
their first lead of the game. 21-
14.
Suwannee had another big
play -- this time a 30-yard QB
scramble -- to drive down into
Taylor territory before scoring
on a 1-yard run despite a valiant
goal line stand by Woods,
Bishop, Powe. Brandon and
Sadler,
The PAT tied the score at 21-
21. early in the 4th quarterand
the Taylor oilense put together
one of their best drives of
the season behind some solid
offensive line play and great
effort by Jackson. King and
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Reggie Jackson (2) (top) breaks away from a Suwannee defender. Bottom, Coach
Shane Boggs talks with his troops during a break in the action.
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40A big 48-yard run by
Suwannee's Greg Swinson
moved Live Oak inside the

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first play of the 2nd quarter to
take a 7-0 lead.
Houston broke a monster
kickoff return for 50 yards into
Suwannee territory, but back-
to-back QB keepers and a 10-
yard sack of Crowley resulted
in a fumble that Suwannee
recovered.
Live Oak was driving toward
a two touchdown lead when
Woods made a 5-yard sack and

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tie the game with his 62-yard
illmble return for a touchdown.
Crowley's PAT was good with
8:37 to play in the half.
Suwannee enme right back
with an 81-ynod scoring drive in
.just six plays, capped with a 50-
yard pass to Xavier Perry.


The Taylor County High
junior varsity football team
ran its record to a perfect 5-0
last Thursday in Live Oak
after posting a 34-18 win over
Suwannee.
Bulldog quarterback
Eli Grambling tossed four
touchdown passes and ran for
one more (10 yards) to once


again lead Taylor County.
Styles Gibson caught two
TD passes of 57 and 31 yards
and Karon Crowley snagged
two more of 41 and 46 yards to
round out the Bulldogs' scoring.
Grambling got good
protection from his offensive
line consisting of Aaron Crews,
Taylor Bethca, Derek Ward,


Kavarious Franklin and Justin
McGuire.
Others snagging passes for
the 'Dogs included James
Strawter, Brion Scott, Ricky
Hudson, Kevon Richardson and
Jake Smyrnios.
Bulldog Coach Jonathan
Mauk said his defense was led
by Beau Collini, Caleb Murphy,
Kenneth Johnson, Blaine

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Smyrnios, Josh Hygema, Jake
Smyrnios, Calch Smyrnios,
Micha Palmer and Raydon
Parker.
The Bulklop are slated
to travel to TalInhassee this
Thursday to take on Florida
High. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.


two nights per week und the
season will conclude Dec. 10.
For more information.contact
the recreation department at
584-3029.


The Perry Recreation
Department is forming a co-ed
church volleyball league that
will begin play Nov. 10.
The league will have games


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BULLDOGS
Continued from e 7
Crowley
The 14-play. 80-yard scoring
drive ate up almost 6 minutes
off the clock, as Jackson carried
7 times for 53 yards (picking up
big blocks from his O-line and
receivers) and caught a 7-yard
screenpass,
Crowley completed three
passes to King for 14 yards and
hit Chase Stephens for a six-yard
completion, as Linton, Morris,
Wells, Brandon, Hill and Ellis


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THE VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD(VAB) WILL HOLD ITS'ANNUAL
MEETING BEGINNING AT 5:30 P.M. ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 19,
2009 AND BEGINNING AT 9:00 A.M. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20,
2009. IN THE TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX, OLD POST
OFFICE COMPLEX, 201 E. GREEN STREET, PERRY, FLORIDA.

THE VAB SHALL MEET FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES:


1. HEARING PETITIONS RELATING TO PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS.
2. HEARING COMPLAINTS RELATING TO HOMESTEAD
EXEMPTION AS PROVIDED FOR UNDER SECTION 196.156
FLORIDA STATUTES.
3. HEARING APPEALS FROM EXEMPTIONS DENIED, OR DISPUTES
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A LIST OFALLAPPLICANTS WHO HAVE HAD THEIR EXEMPTION
APPROVED ANDIOR DENIED, lS MAINTAINED IN THE OFFICE OF
THE COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER, SECOND FLOOR, COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, PERRY, FLORIDA. THE OFFICE HOURS TO INSPECT
SAID LIST ARE FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 RM., MONDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK.
ANY TAXPAYER MAY BRING AN ACTION TO CONTEST A TAX
ASSESSMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION 194.171, FLORIDA
STATUTES.

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS SHOULD BE GOVERNED BY THIS
TAYLOR COUNTY VAB MEETING NOTICE.

IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU. TO
THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
LAWANDA PEMBERTON, ASSISTANT COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR,
201 E. GREEN STREET, PERRY, FLORIDA, 850-838-3500, EXT. 7,
WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF THIS PROCEEDING.


TAYLOR COUNTY VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD
BY: Annie Mae Murphy
CLERK TO THE VAB


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However, King. Brmulon'
Hill, Bishop, Sadler mul Polve
relused to let the Hulldogs
lose, as each nuale big Ints.
pressured the QB or dellected
passes down the stretch before
Houston picked off a long pass
at the Taylor 3-yard-line on the
final play of the game.
in the end the difference
between these two Bulldog
teams was Taylor's two
defensive touchdowns, the 1-2
punch of Jackson and Crowley
running the speed option out
of Boggs' multi-dimensional
spread gun offense, Crowley's
::::::h us 66t50re nr
yards that helped Taylor County
amass a whopping (season-
high) 206 total return yards and
pick up its biggest win of the
season yet.
The Bulldogs will hit the rohd
to take on District 2-2B fee
East Gadsden this Friday night
in Quincy in a key district game
to try and remain unbeaten and
atop the conference standings.


'nude great blocks on the drive
to help set up Jackson's game-
winning 26-yard TD run on on
option pitch.
Chad Hill and Benswell came
up big on defense, pounding a
Suwannee receiver and causing
a fumble that was recovered by
Caleb Murphy,
The Taylor offense couldn't
pick up a first down and
Crowley's only punt of the night
was shanked out of bounds for
only 19 yards to give Suwannee
one more chance to score to tie
or win the game.


Funeral Home with Ed Taylor
officiating. Interment followed
at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Monday from 6 to 8 p.m.
at Burns Funeral Home, which
was in charge of arrangements.
Youmaysigntheguestbookat:
www.joepburnsfuneralhomes,
com.


(Continued from page 8)
.
Lucille MarIe
08HROH
Lucille Marie Cannon
84, died Oct. 3, 2009, at her
residence in Perry.
She was born in Cheyboygan,
Mich., to the late Oliver Herbert
Kelley and Rosanna Pappanue.
Coming from Plant City, she
had lived in Perry since 1943.
Mrs. Cannon was an active and
faithful member of Friendship
Baptist Church where she taught
Sunday School for 35 years and
also participated in the choir.
She was a seamstress,
She was receded in death b
her husband, Johnny Cannon
Sr., a grandchild, Delsi Cannon,
and a great grandchild, Anthony
Bishop.
Survivors include: two
Sons, Johnny Cannon Jr. and
Dennis "Dink" Cannon, both of
Perry; a daughter, Bettie Marie
Whiddon of Perry; brothers,
Oliver Kelley of Homosassa'
Earl Cannon and Pharo Cannon,
both of Perry; sisters, Millie
Kelly of Pensacola, Rachel
Barts, Doris Moffat, Audrey
Kelley and Eunice Blue, all of
Perry; nine grandchildren; 11
areat grandchildren; and a host
of nieces, nephews and good
friends.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday at 2 p.m.at Joe P.Burns


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Parents: Chanda
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Parents: Jim &
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Parents: Darren
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Parents: Robert
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Parents: Wayne
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Emma Wright
Parents: Jarrod
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Emmalyn Johnson
Parents: Joshua
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Parents: Billy (Gator)
& Tricia Sadler


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Parents: Garrett
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Program highlights will
include a presentation from
contestants sholycasing "What
I Want to Be When I Grow Up"
along with an evemng wear
competition and sideshow.
Among the special guests
will he newly-crowned 2nue
Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss
Maisie Wilson, 2008 Little
King Hunter Harvey and Little
Queen Abbey Snodgrass.


Some 21 contestants will cut
footloose Saturday during the
54th annual Florida Forest
Festival Little King and Queen
Pageant.
Taking its theme from the
movie "Footloose," the
program begins at 7 p.m. in the
Taylor County High School
gymnatorium. Tickets are $5
and are on sale now at the
Chamber of Commerce.


Co-Chairs Amy Bowden and
Tabitha Murphy, assisted by
Sherry Anderson and Marie
Lytle, invite the community to
join them "for what promises to
he a fun, engaging caning.
The children have worked very
hard and we are so proud of
them."
Former television news
anchor Valeric Lucy returns as
Mistress of Ceremonies.


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Contestant #24


Contestant #22


Contestant #23
Julian Tucker
Parents: Randy
& Cher Hearne,
Luke & SherrI Tucker


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Kids' Putside. .s process son or
whidren armed in then best
Wresq.\-lelated eminines..[nd
the Cashght .-intlyue <..ar
Parade.
Conceston... kid comes
and mory fill out the evenine's
Yestlillnes.
SauIday meaning vi
"Yesus..I day" will see the
unnual King Tree Panade pass
though Jmaptown Peni
beginning at 111.I m
Then, et ers one a ll inst el
to Forest Capital state I'.uk
(an U.'s. 19; lot the ICst at the
festival.
More than 75 arts and confts
.* Please see page 3


goveruor declares the fourth
w-cek in Octobel "Florida
Folestry Week." to coincide
with the Florida Forest
Festival in Taylor County
Forestry is Florida's
number one nglicuhulal crop,
ubove even citrus. and among
Flasidn's 67 counties, Taylor
Couniv to number one in
foresuy, according to the
University of Florld.s
TIns year, more thun 20,t.100
people froni nround the region
.110 expelled as the festival
celeblates its 54th your on
SolusUny. Oct 24, at Forest
Cyntal Sale Pulk in Peny.
me festinal includes a
month-long series of events


with the 11. Abus Progan.
she will join the Icanial
"wee loyalti" b.elands:.. Oct
10. Im the crow ning at a ne\\
Little King .and Queen
Together, they \\111 leign mes
Florld..'s biggest rolestiv
celebantion in the state.
The fewellies kick all in
earnest Wednesday.Oct.ll.
when the c.unit..l opens on
Indummal I)rlie 1011 U.S. In
in Pens a The next day, on
I lun aday. Oct. .!2. svill bring
the "lthulous" Ineworks
display to Perry-I-oley .111post
sulso on Indusuid Drive>.
Friday night \\111 see et ents
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Perry f or the Sexy Stories at


amateur photographs, enlarged
to an 8 x 10 size, matted (not
framed). The photos must have
been taken after April 1, 2009.
Only one photo per child
may be entered.
Judging will be based on:
--Uniquenessofphoto.
--Is the child's personality
captured '
--ls the photo spontaneous?
--Does the photo capture the
moment?
--ls the child photogenic?
Entries should be turned in to
Photos & Frames. For more
information, please call 584-
6979.


Winners of the 54th annual
Florida Forest Festival's Baby
Photo Contest will be
announced during the Little
King & Queen Pageant
Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Taylor
County High School
gymnatortum.
The deadline for entering the


contest is this Friday, Oct. 9, at
noon. All entries are currently
on display at Photos & Frames
in downtown Perry.
Categories include: birth
through six months, seven
through 11 months, one year,
twoyearsthreeyearsandfour
years. All entries' must be


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Midweek Muddle


UP IN SMOKE

Letters to the Editor


'What would happen if you closed
I
Washington four days a week?


other four. One holds a cast net, and
another holds enough fishing line
to circle the world 36 times. In the
bottom of that one is an inch of what
might be described as sediment, or
sludge, or organic matter. The third
holds the trash from a recent boating
outing, and the fourth has corn for
the deer plot. Some days I look out
there and believe this is what hell
must look like.
I turned my attention to another
corner. "We don't need this anymore,
do we?" I asked about a basket of
spiderweb-covered rocks.
"Those are artifacts," he said, but
they aren't the kinds of artifacts that
belong behind display glass. They
aren't the perfect points--they are the
worked flint, the broken tips, the bits
of otte .
He picked up a piece and began his
museum talk about how the Indians
ground corn with this one, or scraped
hides, or opened oysters.
"Okay, okay, okay," I said, having
visited this museum before, and
heard the tour.
So I changed the subject. "We can't
possibly need all this Army salvage,"
I suggested.
"That's my uncle's World War II
helmet; he fought the Germans in it,"
he said.
"Really?" I asked, glad that I hadn't
thrown it out on one of my previous
rampages through the garage. "Maybe
we should do something with this?"
"I did," he said. "I put it there."
Above our heads, extended from
the rafters in this House of Horrors,
Was one dead weed-eater, and another
that's on life support. "They're fine,"
he said, diverting my attention.
I merely glanced toward the back
wall of fishing equipment and he
said "Don't touch my rods."
So I moved a board, with a few
lingering fish scales stuck to it.


use of Horrors


By SUSAN H.LINCOLN
"Or that board," he added.
"That's my fish-cleaning board," he
said in defense.
We then began the laborious project
of cleaning out the cabinet where the
hunting garb resides--making sure
no Brown Recluse spiders had taken
up residence during the spring and
summer. I washed and dried two
loads of jackets and vests, coveralls
and hats. Then we cleaned the cabinet
thoroughly and began returning the

least half of its contents.
"Well, there's the turkey decoy," he
said. "I looked for that all spring--and
here are six gloves. I never could find
one."
"See," I said in this teaching
moment. "This is how you know
what you have."
"The rest needs to go," I announced.
"Whoa, whoa," he said, motioning
for me to halt.
"This could be a good ice chest,
he said of an insulated vinyl bagom
which car care items arrived.
"It could," I agreed. "But it's covered
with mildew and why would we need
another ice chest?"
"You can always use a good ice
chest," he said.
I gestured to the sentry of ice
chests behind him. There, standing
guard against the wall, are ice chests
in white, red, blue and gray (that
used to be blue) that need to go to
Ice Chest Heaven, but the husband
keeps them in case he needs a place
to hide my body parts, or store golf
balls, or stack boxes and milk crates.
There were seven chests against the
wall, and another four by the boat--
in all sizes and shapes. Most likely,
there were a couple in the back of the
truck, too.
"Look at me," I said to him, like
they do on that television show about
interventions. "You don't need this,"
I said, holding up the mildewed vinyl
bag. "It's okay to let go."
He relented but I had to agree to
leave the others alone. Although I
complied, I eyed them suspiciously:
when would we ever need that many
ice chests?
If you're missing an ice chest, please
see me--not him. I'll find one for you
,
with one stipulation: you can t open
it until you leave the premises and
whatever is inside is yours, too.
Happy Halloween.


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What if it was mandatory that
as long as a person was elected
to an office, they would have to
use special currency printed just

were. Talk about transparency
in goveminent.
Somei of this that goes on
up there doesn't have any
resemblance to anything else
I have ever seen. Sometimes
I have to ask myself. Who do
these people really represent?
I firmly believe that if you
took the most honest person
in the world and sent them to
Washington, that one move
would be their down fall.
Mr. Plain And Simple Sr.
Heart Land USA.
Robert L. Durham


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and choosing the music for the
opening number. It was a lot of
fun and the contestants really
enjoyed learning it. An extra
thank you to Hannah for coming
to practices and teachmg the
girls the routine.
Kristen Stephens offered her
time to help collect tickets at
the door. Thank you.for being
where ever we needed help.
A huge thank you to all
involved in technical support.
Where would we be without
you all--in the dark, in silence,
with no one on stage, that's
where: Rick Olcott, Walter Cox,
Lilly Brooks, Daryll Gunter and
Evelyn Day.
Thank you to Rena Courtney
for serving as backstage
manager--she is the one who
filled the gap between the
Please see page 3


Dear Editor:
The chairwoman of the
2009 Florida Forest Festival
Jr. Miss program want to take
this opportunity to express a
very special thank you to the all
the behind-the-scene workers
that helped make the program
possible.
Abig thank you goes to Elk's
Lodge of Perry, Goodman's,
Deal's Oyster House, Events
Kitchen, Padgett Lawn Service/
Heatin-n-Beatin BBQ Team
and Subway for all meals that
were donated for practices this
past week. Everything was
great!
All of the contestants want to
thank Mrs. Earline Neeley, for
the giving them a free facial.
Mrs. Lynda Edwards helped
the contestants as one of their
backstage moms. We know that
backstage and behind the scenes


is where you like and want to be
but need you to know that they
see everything that you have
done and don't know where
they would be without you.
There is no beginning or an
end to all that you have done
to help make this program the
success--so we won't even try.
Did everyone see the beautiful
set that perfectly accented all
the contestants and performers?
That was all Lynda, from a
small idea from us--she came
up with and designed what
you all saw. With the help of
some strong young men, Jerry
Cruce, Walter Cox, and Harper
Gibson--Lynda took our vision
and made it a reality for the
evening. Thank you guys, for
lending your muscle,
Hannah Allbritton, Vanessa
Wright and Lauren Hardin--
thank you for choreographing


I was walking toward the trash pile
with a plastic five-gallon bucket when
the husband said, rather abruptly,
"What are you doing?"
"Putting this bucket in the trash--it's
cracked,"Isaidasexplanation."You
have four others," I added, pointing
to them.
"That's a perfectly good five-gallon
bucket," he said. "Do you know how
hard those things are to come by?"
"Well, obviously not too hard I


What if we passed a law that
if you had a Democrat congress
you had to.have a Republican
president or if you had a

Talk about grid lock. Now that
would save us a lot of money.
Now I ain't very smart and
don't have much education
but what I am a noticing is we
spend a lot of money on finger
pointing and blaming others
for the crazy ideas that come
from that small country we call
Washington D.C. It's got to be
a foreign country because they
don't speak the same language
we do. Back here in the South
if we don't pay our bills, things
get taken away from us.
What if Congress had to give
up one lobbyist for every month
that they overspent the federal
budget.Iwouldsaycuttheirpay
but most of their money comes
from outside resources. That
would also solve the lobbyist
problems.


Dear Editor:


everwodrd


what would happen if you
closed down Washington four

them with transportation back
home and still save money.
Or you could put video
conferencing in their home
and install a tracking collar on
them with an alarm to the local
sheriff's office so they could
bring them back to work that
day they couldn't be found.
What if we made these elected
officials sit those four days in a
public forum to explain what
they did that one day they were
working? Do you think it might
cause them to be little more
resourceful? How about passing
a law that a congressman or
senator couldn't have anybody
ontheirstaffbutonesecretary
and that had to be their mother
in law or father in law. Then
their weekend retreat would be
family oriented.


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U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
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Tallahassee, FL32301 850-942-8415
U.S. Representative Allen Boyd
1650 Summitt Lake Dr, Suit 103,
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B-3 T800 Times October 7, 2009


At the Booking Desk


FORESTRY
COntinued from page 1
vendors open at 9 a.m.
along with dozens of special
concessions and food booths.
Forestry-related events
include professional
lumberjack shows (at 12, 2:30
and 4 p.m.), a kids' lumberjack
camp (beginning at 2:30 p.m.),
chainsaw competition (12:30
p.m.), loader competition
(12:30 p.m.) and cross-cut saw
competition (12:30 p.m.).
The World's .Largest Free
Fish Fry starts at 12 noon as an
es ted 90unh f
catfish, baked beans and
coleslatit.
The mainstage entertainment
1 eat pleToorm ceandfr
area singer Mollie Lynn as well
as National Colgate Country
Showdown Winner Johnnie
Bulford.
Throughout the day, visitors
will be able to view displays
from the Florida Division of
Forestry and the Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, walk through
demonstrations of historic
Florida Cracker lifestyle, visit
the antique car show, listen to
storytellers under the pines and
enjoy the rides at the carnival,
Admission for the event
(excluding the carnival) is free.
"For the past 54 years, Taylor


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Letters to the Ed Itor Mmm .



Volunteers key to program s success


dressing room and the stage,
making sure every contestant
is where she needs to be
and ready to come out on
stage.
Lynda Edwards, Brandi
Hughes and Ashley Mauk were
backstage moms for these
young ladies Saturday night
They were helping zip dresses,
hemming seams that without
fail come undone that night of
all nights and coming up with
ingenious ideas to solve each
and every crisis that came
along. Thank you from us and
all the contestants.
Stacey and Angie want to


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Breeze Drive, VOP (battery),
Deputy Ford, TCSO.
Sept.15:
Joshua Trowell Dice, 24, 140
Fred Wliliams Road, DWLS,
Trooper Smyrnios, FHP.
Sept.16:
Jacqueline Ambrose, 44,
Brooksville, possession of less
than 20 grams marijuana,
possession of drug
paraphernalia, Trooper Lundy,
FHP
Edward L. Medlock, 49,
Lamont, DUI/first offense,
Trooper Swindle, FHR
Crystal Lovette, 27,
Tallahassee, DWLS, Trooper
Smyrnios, FHP
Kay Thompson, 50, 114 S.
Warner Street, DWLS/R
(knowingly), Trooper Ernst, FHP.
Chedrick James, 28, 106 W.
Kennedy Street, DWLS
(knowingly), Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Sept.17:
Stephanie Lynch, 35, 4642
Gratham Road, attaching tag not
assigned, Ptl. Sheffield, PPD.
Felishia Padgett, 29, 3110
David Horton Road, forgery,
uttering forgery, grand theft, Ptl.


Bass, PPD.
Mario Benjamin Perry, 21, St.
Petersburg, FTA (contempt of
court), Officer Basch, TCSO.
Sept.18:
Sharon Williams, 51, 171
Dunwood Ave., VOP
(possession of cocaine), Sgt.
Gray, TCSO.
Mitchell Harrison, 21,
Schwartz Street, no valid driver's
license, resisting without
violence, Ptl. Bass, PPD.
Kelly Bennett, 21, 1269 W.
Roberts Aman Road, DUI (first
offense), DWLS (knowingly),
Trooper Swindle, FHP
Aida K. Beach, 35, 1243
Dewey McGuire Road, (giving)
false information to law
enforcement officer, Deputy
Ford, TCSO.
Sept.19:
April Marie Anthony, 29, 1200
N. Springfield Road, battery, Ptl.
Griffin, PPD.
Sean Anthony Love, 35, 101
Bird Street, disorderly conduct,
Sgt. Franklin, PPD.
Joshua D. Lundy, 20, 2604 A.
Young Road, DWLR/habitual,
Officer Tompkins, TCSO.


Editor's Note: It is the policy
of this newspaper to run the
names of all those arrested and
booked at the Taylor County Jall,
All those Ilsted below have been
charged with a crime, but are
considered innocent until proven
guIlty.
Sept.12:
Jerry Williams, 61, Moultrie,
Ga., aggravated assault, Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.
Jonathan Gunter Cox, 23, 306
E. Wilcox Street, leaving scene
of accident with property
damage, DWLS, Trooper Parker,
FHR
Sept.13:
Jaquan Williams, 18, 195
Folsom Street, trespass after
warning, Ptl, Cash, PPD.
Alaine Williams, 21, 513 W.
Dundee Street, FTA ( disorderly
conduct, resisting without
violence), VOP (sale of cocaine),
resisting without violence, Ptl.
Cash, PPD.
Elijah Blackshear. 32, 907 W.
Duval Street, DWLS, Ptl. Cash,
PPD,
Jamie Baumgardner, 22, 4920
Jones Baumgardner Lane, child


abuse, Ptl. Dice, PPD.
Sept.14:
Jacqueline Denise Burrell, 48,
1612 S. Givens Street, FTA
(disorderly Intoxication, resisting
officer without violence), Ptl.
Geyer, PPD.
Victoria T. Davis, 24, 107 El
Matador Dr., FTA (leaving scene
without giving information),
Deputy Ford, TCSO.
J.D. Thomas, 21, 1565
Bernard Johnson Road, DWLS
(habitual offender), no motor
vehicle registration, Sgt. Gray,
PPD.
Robin Stephens, 36, 1587
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Jarahres Wyche, 34, 113
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County and the surrounding
area have celebrated the
important impact forestry has
had on our region, and the role
it will play in our future," said
festival representative Mark
Viola.
In 1955, the citizens of
Taylor County decided to stage
a county-wide "Pine Tree
Festival" as an educational tool
to reduce forest fires that were
crippling the county's
economic base--the timber
industry. Over the years, the
festival grew and accomplished
its aim so well that by 1965,
oe fC ro thbeo=>:
prompting then Florida
Governor Hayden Burns and
the Florida Cabinet to proclaim
TC al ('ouThe tS u Tree
distinction its still holds. U.S.
Congressman Don Fuqua made
the same proclamation on the
floor of the Congress. At the
urging of Governor Burns, the
Pine Tree Festival then became
known as the Florida Forest
Festival,
The goal of the Florida
Forest Festival became.
and remains that of promoting
the benefits of "Forestry
Forever."
For information about any of
the festival's events, or to get
directions, call the festival
office at (850) 584-TREE
(8733).


began. It was a huge help--
the countless that have
volunteered even a minute or
two of their time to help with
the success of this program--
thank you--without people like
you we would not be able to
continue this program year
after year.
We know that we are going
to miss someone because so
many have been so generous
with their time. please accept
our apologies in advance for
not mentioning you by name.
Sincerely,
2009 Florida Forest Festival
Jr. Miss Co-Chairs
Angie Gibson, Stacey Cruse
and Lauren Cruse


thank Lauren Cruse for the
beautifulth tes t'yo
during physical fitness and on
the cover of the program
booklet. Thank goodness one
of us is artistic. Lauren is also
responsible for designing the
layout of the program booklet.
You always do a wonderful
job--you should think of doing
it professionally, that is after
the baby comes,
Jerry Cruce not only offered
his help as handyman but, with
his wife Shelly Cruce, they sold
tickets to get into Saturday's
program. Thank you for
volunteering your time.
Thank you, Tanya Tharpe,
for helping everyone get a


program booklet Saturday. You
did a grea .sh and Lauren
Hardin helped all past Jr. Miss
contestants sign in at the
Forget-Me-Not table. Thank
you guys.
A big thank you to Amy
Knowles, aka Sissy, for serving
has the seating hostess.
Thank you to Mr. Bobby and
Mrs. Lynda for hosting and
donating all the goodies for the
contestants' cookout and
sleepover--everyone had a
great time.
Lisa Arrowood allowed us to
use her facility to tape the
physical fitness routine so that
each contestant could start
learning before practices


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2004 Saturn 10N Coupe. Sun roof,
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1984 GMC 1 ton dually. PS, PB,
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Title: Extension Agent I or II
Marine Natural Resources

n itno 9
Roles and Responsibilities. The
successful candidate for this position
will be responsible for planning,
developing, teaching, implementing,
and evaluating a comprehensive
marine-natural resources education
program (90%) for Taylor County. The
candidate will assume leadership in
tourism and economic development as
it relates to developing Taylor County's
artificial reef program. The agent will
be expected to seek grants and to
recruit both youth and adults for
educational programs in the marine
and natural resources areas in Taylor
County.
Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is
required: A Master's degree and
Extensionprogrammingexpenenceare
preferred. If hired with a Bachelor's
degree, the agent would be expected
to make significant progress towards
obtaining a Master's degree within 5
years of employment.
Application Instructions: Apply
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requisition #0802906. Please attach
your resume or CV, and a cover letter
that describes how your experience
andqualificationshavepmpw--
for this position. \bu must submit
unofficialcopiesofalitranscriptsandlor
coursework of your professional
degrees. AII applicants must have at
least three reference rating forms on
file.
r Fa@d to the IFAS Office of Human
Resources, Faculty Recruitment and
Hiring, Attention: Dana LeCuyer at
352-392-3226 or Emailed to
diecuyer@utl.edu. Or mailed to Dana
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M ad Run n ndvm@n L:
32611-0281.
10f7-10/16TCE
The Jefferson County Road dept. is
advertising for the following position:
General Supervisor/ Reid Operations.
Salary range is $26,499 to $34,736'
Position will oversee all road dept'
operations of road and roadside
maintenance, schedule daily work
duties for all personnel, must have
knowledge of DOT guidelines for road
and highway maintenance and safety
regulations, Microsoft office programs
and other Windows based programs,
light and heavy road maintenance
eg pment, asts supF aqdsj
license. Must possess a high school
education, prefer some college.
Applications may be obtained at the
clerk's office or road dept. office, 7:30
to 4:00 Monday through Friday. Any
questions call the road dept. office.
Closing date for this position will be
October 16, 2009 4:00 PM.
9/25-10/16JCRD


Taking applications for:
2 bedroom/1 bath $300 deposit $375
rent; 1 bedroom/1 bath $300 deposit
$350 rent. References required. All
homes set up in Everetts Mobile Home
Park, water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Apply in person
Monday through Wednesday, ask for
Ms. Betty 584-7094.
10/7tfEMH
REDUCED PRICE 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments. All have just been
refinished and ready to occupy. 1st
Months rent and Security deposit

a 5 6h do nd
6/10tfWO
Furnished 2 room apartment for rent.
One or two adults only, no children, no
pets. Utilities & satellite TV, $150 per
week plus $150 security deposit. Call
584-2199.
10T/-10/16
Efficiency apartment for rent.fumished,
$130 weekly, $300 sec. deposit. Water,
cable, electric included. No pets. 584.
6256 or 843-1300.
9/16-9/25
For rent modular home, 3 BR/2 Ba,
dinning, large lot, air. 315 Crit Jones
Drive, Perry $600 mo, 1st and last
month. 850-210-8439, 321-455-6458,
478-718-5861.
1077-10/9
Forrent:moveinreadywellmaintained
house. Previous rental references
required and no pets. 2 Bed/1
Bathroom. 6 miles south of Perry in a
quiet neighborhood. Call 850-294-
9245.
1&7-10/9
For rent 3 BD/2 BA Call 843-1361.
10/7-10/14
Taking applications on a 2 bedroom
furnished mobile home. Very clean and
in excellent condition.patio, utility shed,
lots of shrubbery on nice big lot, will
accept one very small child. No pets.
Reasonable deposit and rent. 584-
4366.
9/30-10/9
Roommate wanted. $325 per month,
includes electric, partially furnished in
ting. Cal 223-1484.

3 BR/2 BA D.W. on 3 acres. Proof of
income & references a must No pets.
$650 month, $650 deposit 386-776-
2405.
10/2-1&7
For rent retirement community. Adults
only, no animals, no pets. 3 bd/2 ba.
douNo wide on 6.5 acres. 850-584-
4331.
9130-10/9
2 bed/1 bath house with family room,
laundry room, car garage.$650 deposit
and $650 month, 223-3369.
9/18-10/21
WOODRIDGEAPARTMENTS
$199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL
For Basic to Market renters. 1,2, or 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered
and rental assistance may be availade.
I aHeo g5:W urs
850-584-5668.709 W Church St. Perry,
FL32348.TDD711.
5/13tfWP
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $545
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butter Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
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202 S. Arena St. Nice house, 2 BD/1
BA, $595 mo.850-672-0973.
914tiLS
Sman FIV fobrentpinchide owerdwate
Just outside city limits.843-0883.
9/9-10/16
1 bed/1 bath, no laundry facility. $425
deposit and $425 per month. No pets'
223-3369.
9/18-10/21


Steinhatchee Park Models. Furnished
or unfurnished. $700 month includes
electric, city water, Directv. Five blocks
to Gulf. Mary Ross, Sales, Herring
Realty 352-665-3211.
9/18tfMR
For sale or rent: small 3 BD/1 BA house
on 1 acre, no laundry facility, no pets,
Rent $575 plus $575 deposit. For sale
$53,900, 223-3369.
9/18-10/21
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For AppilcantsI

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Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
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Housing Opportunity.
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Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent.
$550-$700 + utilities. Included in price -
Cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee. Call 1-352-498-7740.
11/28tfSPR/SPD
Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $545 per month. RV
sites $19 daily, $90 weekly, $290
monthly Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
ButlerPkwy.850-584-5235.
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REDUCED/BELOW APPRAISAL
lST TIME BUYERS STIMULUS
ENDING SOON! Brick 3B0/2BA,
covered patio, carport, bam with floor
and electric. Landscaped, fenced yard,
comer lot with 1.76 acres. Cemented
sidewalks and Circular drive. New roof,
new hot water heater, commercial
grade carpet, cabinet galore! Great
location. Must see 0 3281 Sullivan
Road, comer of Houck Road, Peny,
$129.500. Call 584-9486 or 407-791-
0246.
1077-10@
Suwannee River property: 3 br/2 ba
1996 Home of Merit one block off
Suwannee River at Turner Point
Landing. Over 2000 sq. ft. fully
famished; sleeps 12. Fireplace. CHA,
@fenced bathd a apu*g a
Hook-up for camper also. Above 500 yr.
flood plan! 850-838-1869 leave
message. Agents welcome serious
inquiries only pleased
9/30UnEV
Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd.1 acre lots with paved roads.0wner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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FOR SALE BY OWNER:
5.66 acres on Azalea Rd.-1000 sq. ft.
home, furnished, 8 x 10 metal
MPpo rwiredhaonud insular m I
septic tank, 4" well wl2 pumps, well
house. Call 672-2330 or 223-2840 for
details. Shown by appointment only.
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Newly remodeled 4 bd/2 be with
computer room, carport, work shed,
new roof, great location down town
area. Behind Wachovia Bank. 400 W.
Bay St. $97,500. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
5/20tfJM
For Sale Mobile Home. Needs a little
work. 3 bedrooms/2 baths on 15.62
acres. $83,000 as is or $87,000 when
finished, 223-3369.
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more. Oct. 9 and 10; 8 a.m. to 3 p.m*
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Big Top.
10/7-10/9
Gently used baby clothes, stroller,
changing tableicradle, fashion jewelry,
jeans, coffee mug collection, scented
candles, vacuum cleaner, collectibles,
nutrition products, local artist's
painting, caricatures, artificial flower
arrangements, crafts, much more.

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p.m.584-8800.
10/7-10/9
Garage Sale! Saturday, Oct.10, 8 a.m.
- ?? Christmas trees, new decorations,
clothes, shoes, purses, tea sets, table
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Cheryl Dr. (Robertson Sub., behind
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10/7-10/9
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For Sale: Long, satin wedding dress
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1&2-10
PTO Wetline kit. Controls, hoses, tank
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840-5371-
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must see. 850-578-2448 or 407-620.
407'
10/7-10/16
Leather 3-piece circular sectional,
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9/30-10/3
Dachshund puppies. Ready to go.
Wormed, shots from vets. Bom June
16. Parents on premises.1 female red,
2 males:1 red, 1 black & tan.Price
reduced to sell. $200. 850-584-4455.
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security deposit. Call 584-2199.
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Computers and printers provided
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2003 Yamaha gas, 4-seater, Ilfted golf
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Heater 80k BTU, fuel oil, 110 gal tank
$300; firearms: 35 Rem w/scope $350;
Browning 22 auto w/scope $475; 38
Colt $350; 22 mag pistol $250; 32FN
$225; 22 LR Daisy/bolt $150; computer
station $25; toolbox, new in box for
F250/Dodge 1500 $200; wood bed
frame w/6 drawers, will fit most beds
$100; King Ranch wheels/tires 'OS
$400; fire hose, used 2 1/2"X50' $25
each; antique doll $50; receiver hitch
F150 $50; Nascar mem. All for $50;
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lamp included $250; One floral design
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PLAT OF KEATON BEACH, INC. ON
RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 109.
Any person clalmlng 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.
Dated this 25 day of Sept., 2009.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Martl Lee
Deputy clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT,
persons with disabilites needing a
special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION, of
the TAYLOR County Courthouse at
NONE, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-
955-8770, via Florldo Relay Service.
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN, PA 3
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND ROAD, SUITE
400,
PLANTATION, FL 33324-3920
(954) 233.8000
10/7, 10/14
PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Taylor County
wlll hold a pre-bld conference and
walk-thru for the weatherization work
of six (6) single-family dwellIngs in the
Toylor County Weatherization ,
program.
This meeting will be held Thursday, 1
October 15. 2009 beginning of 8:00 ,
0.m. of Suwonnee RIver Economic
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 1708 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy, Ste. 8, Perry, Florida
32348.
The conference and walk-thru is
mandatory, no exceptions, for
contractors who plan to bid.
Suwonnee RIver Economic Council.
inc. requIres each contractor to be
properly Mcensed, carry general
Iloblilty insurance of of least
$1,000,000.00 POI (Pollution
Occurrence Insurance) and Workers
Comp insurance (No Exemptions)
during construction.
Original bids for these Units will be
due by 12:00 noon Tuesday. October
20, 2009, of Suwonnee River
Economic Council, Inc.. Outreach
Office, 1708 S. Byron Butier Parkway,
Ste. B, Perry, Florida 32348. Please
mark envelope "Sealed Bid for Name
of Homeowner". Bids to be opened
ond awarded Tuesday, October 20,
2009 of 12:30 p.m.
Suwonnee River Economic Council,
Inc. has the right to reject any and 011
bids. The bids will be awarded on the
most cost effective basis.
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the best overall selvlce; therefore,
the County is not bound to award
any contracts) based on the lowest
quoted pilce, The County, in its sole
and absolute discretion, also reserves
the right to walve any mlnor defects
In the process and to accept the
proposal deemed to be in the
County's best Interest. The County,
In; its sole and absolute discretion,
also reserves the flght to assign a
local business preference in an
amount of flve (5) percent of the
proposal price pursuant to Taylor
County ordinance No. 2003-12, No
faxbd Proposals will be accepted.
Additional Information may be
obtained from:
To lor County Engineering Division
201 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
(850) 838-3500
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, Taylor
County, Florldo
10/7
Notice is hereby given to Teresa
Yvonne HawkIns, unless payment is
made on 1991 CHEV Vln#
1GIBL53E7MW125688 Vehicle wlll be
auction on the 20th of October at
9:00 a.m. at Larry's Towing,
10/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
Notice is hereby given, that John
Cloyd the holder of the following
certificate has filed sold certificate
for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
The certlicate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the
property, and the names In which it
was assessed are follows:
Certificate No. 51
Year of issuance 2005
Descrlption of Property Porcel No.
905721-000
Commence at the NW Corner of
section 35. T4S. R7E. and run East
along the center line of Flosom Street.
1288.0 feet: run S 00' 14 25" W. 650.87
feet; run 300' 21' foot. run N 89" 34' 20*
W. 122 5 feet for a point of beginning;
Fun S 00' 21' 40' W. 150.0 feet, run N
89' 34' 20* W. 95.0 fet, run N 00' 21' 40'
E. 150.0 feet, run S 89' 34' 20' E. 95.0
feet to the point of beginning. (#39)
Subject to restrictions recorded in
O.R. 166. page 384-85. records of
Toylor. COUnty, Florido.
Name In which assessed Carl M.
Powell
Sold property being in the County of
Toylor. State of Fiondo. Unless such
certificote shall be redeemed
according to IOw. the property
described is such certificate sholl be


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B-5 TaCO Times October 7, 2009


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LIEN SALE
To: tenant's Name: sonia valentine
Last known address: P.O. Box 944
Stelnhatchee, FL 32359
Pufauant to the terms of your signed
lental agrooment and of Flollda law,
the contents of your space. UnIt no,
46, at sas.Ministorago such contents
having been described in the rental
agreement, have been shelled under
the landlord's Ilen,
Notice Is given that unless the
claImed total charges due are not
sailstled on of before October 10,
2009. The seized property Is beIng
advertised for sale and will be sold at
12 noon, on October 10, 2009 at S&S
MinI storage, 1110 First Ave.,
Steinhatchee. FL 32359.
Dated this 8th day of August, 2009.
sas Mini storage, Lessor
by: J. Southerland
9/30,10/7
INVITATION TO BID
The Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is soliciting sealed
proposals for construction of Glennis
cruce Road.
Qualifiedfirmsorindividualsdesiring
to provide the required products or
services must submit five (5)
packages in a sealed envelope or
similar package marked "Sealed
Proposal for Glennis Cruce Road" to
the Clerk of Court, 1st Floor
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
street, suite lo2. Perry, Florldo 32347
or P.O. Box 620, Perry. Florldo 32348.
toarrivenolaterthan 4:00PMolocal
time, on November 2. 2009. All
Proposals MUST have the
respondents name and mailing
address clearly shown on the outside
of the envelope or package when
submitted. Proposals will be opened
and respondents announced at 6:20
P.M. local time, or as soon thereafter
as practicaL on November 2. 2009. in
the Toylor COUnty Administrative
complex. 201 East Green Street,
Peny, Florldo32347.
RFP Information MUST be obtained
from the Clerk of Court, 1st. Floor
courthouse. 108 North Jefferson
street. suite 102. Perry.Florida 32347.
(850) 838-3506. for a $100.00 non-
refundable fee. RFP Information
may be reviewed online at
www.taylorcountygov.com/bids/Ind
ex.htmi.
Ther County reserves the right, in its
sole and absolute discretion, to reject
any or oil Proposals. to conceal or
withdraw this solicitation of any time
and walve any irregulonties in the RFP
process. The County reserves the
right to oward ony contioct to the
respondent which it deems to offer


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sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the 9th day of
November, 2009 at 11 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 5th day of October, 2009
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
laylor County, Florlda
10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 3RD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA. GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 62-2008-CA-000234
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE. LLC F/K/A
CENTEX HOME EQUITY COMPANY, LLC
PLAINTIFF
VS.
MICHAEL BEACH F/K/A MICHAEL
BEACH STEPHENSON: UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF MICHAEL BEACH F/K/A
MICHAEL BEACH STEPHENSON IF ANY:
MATTHEW JASON PADGETT;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MATTHEW
JASON PADGETT IF ANY: ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, qNDER. AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS: STEINHATCHEE ACE
HARDWARE & BUILDING SUPPLY,1NC.
D/B/A STEINHATCHEE ACE
HARDWARE: MRC RECEIVABLES
CORP.; JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
RE- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
on Order Granting the Motion to
Reset Foreclosure Sale dated Sept.
23, 2009 entered in Civil Case No. 62-
2008-CA-000234 of the Circuit Court
of the 3RD Judicial Clrcuit in and for
TAYLOR County. PERRY, Florldo, I wlll
sell to the highest and best bidder for
Cash at THE WEST DOOR of the
TAYLOR County Courthouse. 108
NORTH JEFFERSON STREET. PERRY.
Florldo, of I1:00 0.m. on the 3rd day
of Nov.. 2009 the following described
property as set forth in said Summary
Final Judgment, to-wit: LAND
REFERRED TO IN THIS COMMITMENT IS
DESCRIBED AS ALL THAT CERTAIN
PROPERTY SITUATED IN CITY OF PERRY
IN THE COUNTY OF TAYLOR. AND STATE
OF FL AND BEING DESCRIBED IN A
DEED DATED 3/15/2004 AND
RECORDED 3/15/2004 IN BOOK 521
PAGE 92 AMONG THE LAND
RECORDS OF THE COUNTY AND STATE
SET FORTH ABOVE, AND REFERENCED
AS FOLLOWS:
LOT 89 OF UNIT 2. KEATON BEACH,
INC. ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR


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