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October 19, 2011 5th year, No. 41
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7 arrested on meth charges


Seven suspects were arrested
on methamphetamine related
charges Thursday, Oct. 13,
during a joint investigation
conducted by the Taylor County
Sheriff's Office (TCSO) and
the Madison County Sheriff's
Office (MCSO).
Sheriff L.E. "Bummy"
Williams of Taylor County and


Sheriff Ben Stewart of Madison
have both expressed concern
about the growing problem
of manufacturing and using
methamphetamine, which led to
this operation, TCSO Capt. Ron
Rice said.
"Unmarked vehicles were
utilized to observe activities
of potential targets and, once


probable cause, was established
the subjects were contacted by
law enforcement."
At the conclusion of the
operation, seven suspects
were arrested for charges
of attempting to manufacture
methamphetamine and
possession of listed
chemicals.


"All seven are being held at Michael Hill, 28, held with
the Taylor County Jail," Rice no bond;


said.
Those arrested, residents
from both Taylor and Madison
counties, included:
Rachel Blanton, 18, being
held on a $500,000 bond;
SJesse Dawson, 27, held with
no bond;


Kayla Layne, 22, held on a
$500,000 bond;
Amanda Shiver, 19, held
with no bond;
Robert Wimberly, 53, held
with no bond; and
Johnny Young, 21, held on
a $500,000 bond.


Inside today
The 56th annual Florida
Forest Festival is upon us and
inside today's edition are 18
pages of coverage about the
festival's many events and
programs, from the carnival and
fireworks to the World's Largest
Free Fish Fry and the classic car
show.

Best selling author to
speak at library
New York Times best selling
author Terry Dulong will speak at
the Taylor County Public Library
on Monday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 to
6:30 p.m.
Dulong is author of the
acclaimed Cedar Key Series,
featuring "Spring Forward" and
"Casting About" Her latest book,
"Sunrise on Cedar Key" will be
published Tuesday, Oct. 25.
She will speak at the Friends
of the Taylor County Public
Library meeting, which is free
and the public is invited to
attend;.
SThe library is located at 403
N. Washington St.

80s dance set for
Friday night
An 80s-themed dance will
be held Saturday, Oct. 21, at
the. Perry Elk odg LAwih thei
proceeds benefiting the Perry
Rotary Club.
Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets
are $10 in advance and $15 at
the door, and can be purchased
at Rosehead Junction and
the Taylor County Public
Library.
Call 850-591-1850 for more
information.

Relay For Life team
meeting planned
Thursday
The next team meeting for
Relay For Life will be held
Thursday, Oct. 20, beginning
at 6 p.m., at Evangel Christian
Fellowship.
'Team captains are reminded
to bring their packets to this
meeting as information in the
folders will be reviewed.
The Red Hat Ladies will serve
as hostesses for the meeting
and plan to serve chili.


SAC meets at TCHS
Taylor County High School
will hold a School Advisory
Council (SAC) meeting today
(Wednesday), starting at 2:45
p.m.
The meeting is open to the
public and all interested persons
are invited to attend.


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Editorial .................. A-2


Living ....................... A-4
Religion................... A-6
Sports...................... A-7
Community .............. B-1
Classifieds............. B-2


Taylor's green & growing





salute to forestry is here!


The month of October has
been filled with Florida Forest
Festival events and now the
festivities are ready to kick
into high gear as the "big day"
approaches.
The 56th annual Florida
Forest Festival will culminate
this Saturday, Oct. 22, but there
are events planned throughout
the week. (For detailed
information about all of the
festival's activities, please
see the special edition inside
today's Taco Times.)
The carnival, located on
Industrial Drive, opens tonight
(Wednesday) and remains open
through Saturday.
On Thursday, Oct. 20, the
"fabulous" fireworks display at
Perry-Foley Airport will begin
at 8 p.m.
Friday night (Oct. 21) will
--se' estiaiies. move to hislici_
downtown Perry for the Strutt
Your Mutt: Dog Parade at 5
p.m., the annual Kids' Parade,
a procession of children dressed
in their best forestry-related


costumes around the courthouse
square at 6 p.m., the Gaslight
Antique Car Parade at 7:30
p.m., and a 50s/60s Sock Hop to
close out the evening.
Concessions. kids' games
and more fill out the evening's
festivities.
Saturday morning will bring
the annual King Tree Parade
along Jefferson Street through
downtown Perry beginning at
10 a.m.
Then, everyone will travel to
Forest Capital State Park for the
rest of the festival.
More than 75 arts and
crafts 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 and 4 p.m.),
a kid's lumberjack camp
(beginning aL 2:30 pnm.), a
chainsaw competition, loader
compeution and cross-cut saw
competition.
Please see page 3


The Perry City Council made it official Oct. 11 by declaring the month of October "Florida Forest Festival" month
in recognition of Taylor County's signature event. Distinguished Young Woman of Taylor County Ja'Brayla Bell
was on hand to accept the proclamation from the council. Shown above are: (from I to r) front row, Councilman
Daryll Gunter, Bell, Mayor Emily Ketring, Councilman Don Cooklback row, council members Sylvester Harris and
Alphonso Dowdell, and City Manager Bob Brown.


Starting Jan. 1



Minimum wage jumps to $7.67/hr


Florida's minimum wage is
set to jump 36 cents on Jan. 1,
2012, to $7.67.
The increase is the second
largest annual jump since
Florida implemented its own
minimum wage in 2005. The
wage rose 42 cents in 2009.
Florida law requires the
Florida Department of
Economic Opportunity to
calculate a minimum wage
rate each year. The annual


calculation is based on the
percentage increase in the
federal Consumer Price Index
for Urban Wage Earners and
Clerical Workers in the South
Region for the 12-month period
prior to Sept. 1, 2011.
The state's minimum wage
has been relatively static for
the past several years after the
federal government raised its
own minimum wage to $7.25 in
2009.


The last jump was on June 1
when it rose to $7.31 after the
state lost a court battle over its
interpretation of calculation
methods.
Employers must pay
their employees the hourly
state minimum wage for all
hours worked in Florida.
The definitions of employer,
employee and wage for state
purposes are the same as those
established under the federal


Fair Labor Standards Act
(FLSA). Employers of tipped
employees, who meet eligibility
requirements for the tip credit
under the FLSA, may count
tips actually received as wages
under the Florida minimum
wage. However, the employer
must pay, tipped employees a
direct wage. The direct wage
is calculated as equal to the
minimum wage ($7.67) minus
the 2003 tip credit ($3.02), or


a direct hourly wage of $4.65
beginning Jan. 1. Employees
Swho are not paid the minimum
wage may bring a civil action
against the employer or any
person violating Florida's
minimum wage law. The state
attorney general may also
bring an enforcement action
to enforce the minimum wage.
More information can be
found at: www.dol.gov/dol/
compliance/comp-flsa.htm.


:. Ketring elected for

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6th term as mayor


Lt. Allison honored
A memorial marker honoring Navy Lt. Robert Clem Allison was unveiled Saturday
morning, Oct. 15, near the site of the plane crash that claimed his life on Aug. 11,
1955. Among those attending the ceremony was Don L. Whitfield, whose life was
spared by Allison's split-second decision to avoid crashing head-on into oncoming
traffic. County Commissioner Pam Feagle spoke at the unveiling ceremony. She is
shown above with LSCS Eric Bar, OSCS Steve Holland and William P. Palmer, who
spearheaded the event.


Emily Ietring will continue
to serve as the City of Perry's
mayor for another year.
The city council held its
annual re-organization last
week add voted unanimously to
retain Ketring as mayor.
Ketring opened the re-
organizational discussion by
stating she was open to the
mantel passing to another
council member.
Council Member Alphonso
Dowdell nominated Council
Member Don Cook, but he
declined the offer.
Council Member Daryll
Gunter then nominated Ketring
for the post and his motion was
approved.
Dowdell, who had held the
title of vice mayor, nominated
Gunter for the position and
Cook seconded. Gunter was
also approved unanimously.
Ketring has held the title of
mayor since 2005.
Also during the meeting, City
Manager Bob Brown reminded
council members that the second
public forum to receive input
on the proposed downtown


,revitalization ordinance
will be held during their
regular Tuesday, Oct. 25,
meeting.
The first forum, held in
September, drew a number of
downtown business owners,
some of whom were for the
ordinance and others who spoke
out against it.
Next Tuesday's meeting will
begin at 5:30 p.m. in the city
council meeting room (adjacent
to City Hall).


Mayor Emily Ketring




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Editorial


Forest Festival: fun



for the whole family


Because of the lagging economy
and its associated problems, the
56th Florida Forest Festival may be
just what this community needs:
easy, affordable, readily available
entertainment for the whole family.
October's busy calendar of festival
events culminates this weekend,
paying homage again to the forest
industry and, the jobs it grows.
Further, the event serves as a tribute
to the many volunteers who spend
countless hours showcasing forestry
and a way of life that so many have
come to love.
For every bad headline we've
published in recent months, there has
been a flurry of good news: United
Way broke all the records here and
raised $287,003; festival royalty has
been courted on stage and off, thanks
to the generosity of local merchants
and volunteer workers; and recent
rains have settled the dust at Forest


Capital Park where we're hoping for
blue skies and crisp temperatures by
the weekend.
We think it is important for the rest
of us to take a day, and keep it from
being ordinary. This week affords
us that opportunity to unite as a
community, as families and friends
with a common interest.
See the fireworks.
Visit the carnival.
Delight in the parade.
Eat the fish.
Admire the antique cars.
Strutt your mutt.
Cheer the musicians.
Hear the stories.
Watch the competitions.
Applaud the lumberjacks.
Visit the vendors.
Wave to the queens.
And make this weekend, a departure
from all others, in the company of
your neighbors and friends.


A-2 Taco Times October 19, 2011


MARK MORGAN INC.


We are incredibly fortunate
to have a vast system of public
lands in Florida. Over the years,
the state has acquired a range
of local and state parks, forests
and a wildlife management area
system that is one of the largest
in the nation. These lands
sustain our fish and wildlife and
maintain our outdoor heritage
and our connection with the
natural world.
The Florida Fish and
-Wildlife Conservation
"Commission (FWC) operates
our wildlife management
areas under a multiple-use
concept, accommodating
a range of public uses that
are compatible with fish and
4 wildlife management. Wildlife
management, areas are the
only places where such varied
activities as hiking, paddling,
hunting, wildlife viewing or
horseback riding may be so
widely available.
Most importantly, ourWMAs,
as we call them, have a long
history of multiple recreational
activities conducted safely.
Millions of people visit
our management areas every
year to fish, view wildlife,
hunt and explore on foot,
horseback or boat. Those who
come experience safe areas of
scenic beauty with abundant


Taylor County
Superintendent
of Schools
Paul
Dyal
317 N. Clark St.
850-838-2500


wildlife because of the well-
managed habitat there. Sharing
these resources during hunting
seasons is no exception.
As Florida has urbanized,
fewer Floridians participate in
orhave been exposed to hunting.


Kathy Barco
FWC CHAIRMAN


This can lead to unnecessary
conflicts between users based
on a lack of understanding
and inaccurate perceptions.
Even worse, people may avoid
visiting some of the most
beautiful places in our state.
Learning about hunting can
change these misperceptions.
All hunters born after 1975
are required to complete a
hunter safety course before


Taco # Times

Wednesday, October 19, 2011
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
ANGELAM.CASTELUCCI KARIN WILLIAMS
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales Graphic Arts
MARK VIOLA LYNETTE STRICKLAND
Staff Writer Classified Advertising
The Taco Times (ISSN 07470967) is published each Wednesday by Perry News-
ppers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are
$35.00 per year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals Ptage paid at Perry, Florida
32348. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the TACO TIMES, P.O. Box
888, Perry FL 32348.
The Taco Timres welcomes Letters to the Editor reflecting responsible opinions and
views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco Times
reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible.
Name maybe withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters submitted should
signedby the writer and accompanied by a phonenum r for verification.
We look forward to hearing from youl Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc., P.O.
Box 888, Perry, Florida 32348. e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com
Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


City of Perry
Mayor
Emily
Ketring
District 3
403 N. Quincy St.
850-584-9273


they can purchase a license.
This requirement contributes
to Florida's long record of
safely offering hunting with
other activities on public lands.
The National Safety Council
documents hunting as one of
the safest types of outdoor
recreation, and it continues to
become safer.
A check of the different
WMA locations at MyFWC.
com/Recreation quickly allows
visitors to review the hunting
calendar and plan a trip around
hunting activity if they so
desire. Additional information
is provided that explains the
character and popularity of
hunting seasons. For example,
general gun season draws
the most users. During small
game season, we typically see
fewer hunters on public lands.
Shooting hours are noon to
sunset for the first phase of
dove season. During spring
turkey season, shooting hours
end at 1 p.m. Visitors can use
this type of information to plan
the experience they are seeking.
All of us share the same desire
to enjoy the outdoors. Hunters
need to welcome other wildlife
management area users, and
these users should extend the
same courtesy to hunters and to
each other.
By reaching out to get to
know one another, we can
reduce potential conflicts and
work together to sustain our
public lands.
Through mutual
understanding and respect,
we can continue our heritage
of access to public lands
for ourselves and for future
generations.


Taylor County
Commission
Chairman
Lonnie
Houck
District 3
20538 Keaton Beach Rd.
850-578-2100


"These Occupy Wall Street Protestors
Need To Occupy A Clue."




Midweek Muddle



Ask, and ye

shall receive
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
A guest~showedup'at my;front-door. ,-lomii~a s _]er .egl5ular path, and
and gleefully announcedd, "I brought'' I'oBe6d fori a'p'ai1ng lot 'iich was level
you a bottle of cheap wine." and hurdle-free.
I was so relieved. During the summer months, the
When people try to present me with school parking lot was ideal. When
expensive wine, I feel just horrible. I classes commenced, however, she
don't know how to graciously suggest returned to the large department store
that good wine is wasted on me. I in her town where she makes revolution
want to say, "You keep it; you'll enjoy after revolution through the shoes, the
it more," but I know that sounds garden department, the produce and
unappreciative. When it comes to wine, the mops.
I don't know a thing about bouquet, On one of her rounds, she came upon
body or decanting, and frankly my a center display which appeared to
dear, I don't care. disseminate a message from heaven.
I'd rather have sweet tea. "I thought it said, 'Wine, $2.98,"' she
But if I'm going to drink wine, I have explained. "I was delighted.
one stipulation: it must be cheap. "But since I was walking, I didn't have
I apparently get this inclination my reading glasses with me, so I pulled
honestly, for my 88-year-old aunt on the jacket of this nice young man
visited recently and reminded us of and said, 'Can you tell me if I'm reading
how she had outlived the doctors' that sign correctly. Does it say, 'Wine,
predictions 23 years ago. Following $2.98'?" she asked pointedly.
her open heart surgery, they gave her "Yes ma'am," he said, with a curious
18 to 20 years to live, and honestly, smile.
they thought that was a generous "Can you believe that?" she asked
allotment, again, wanting someone else to be
She, however, took it as a challenge. surprised. He just shook his head and
Nobody tells her when to die but God. waited attentively for her to be content
So, by God, she has lived the previous with the answer.
18 to 20 years, bent and determined "Would you reach up there and hand
to prove the doctors wrong. She may me a bottle?" she then asked, and he
have had some other objectives along couldn't help but chuckle.
the way, but this one was dominant. "Yes, ma'am, I will," he said, "but
Her doctors suggested she drink one I want you to know that you've got a
glass of wine at the end of the day, lot of nerve asking the new pastor at
before her evening meal. the First Baptist Church to hand you a
It has become a true ritual for her, bottle of wine."
enjoyed on her front porch during She clutched her chest, which seems
pleasant weather. Don't call between 5 to get her out of difficult situations in
and 6; drive over there and pull up a crowds or airports, and puts her family
chair. on edge, too. She got his attention with
We're all as Scotch as our Campbell the gesture, but only braced herself to
heritage suggests, so it was no surprise laugh enthusiastically.
that she was resentful that a bottle of "Are you the new Baptist minister?"
wine costs so much. she asked.
"Well, you don't have to get the real "I am," he said, reaching for a wine
expensive stuff," I said to her. bottle at the top of the display.
Her daughter looked at me and said, "You hold it," he said, handing her
"And you think she did?" the bottle.
"Well, how much did you pay?" I And she did. She proceeded to tell
asked. him that both her sisters attended
"Four dollars and 98 cents, plus tax," his church, and although she was
she said. "It was over 5 dollars." Presbyterian, she would attend on
"Well, my gosh, Hazel," I said, "that's occasions, too. She welcomed him to
not expensive." town and told him she'd like to invite
"It is if you're having a glass of wine him over for a glass of wine, but it
every day," she said. "You can get two- probably wasn't a good idea.
liter Cokes for 99 cents." They became fast friends.
There was no point arguing. I've "Of all the gin joints in all the towns,
learned that much in her 88 years. in all the world, she walks into mine,"
Walking is another regimen suggested Ricky lamented in Casa Blanca.
by her cardiologist, so my aunt has My aunt says, out of all the shoppers,
been a faithful walker for years. But as in all the department stores in all the
her vision and balance have diminished towns in all the world, she would be the
from trodding upon this earth for so one to ask the new Baptist preacher in
long, she began to resist the high and her town for a bottle of wine.


WMAs are safe, natural


havens for the public, too


Letters to the Editor
are accepted and published
each week in the TacoTimes as
space is available. Send letters to
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348; or
newsdesk @ perrynewspapers.
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number with your letter for
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Continued from page 1
The World's Largest Free
Fish Fry starts off at 12 noon
as an estimated 6,000-8,000
people will receive a free lunch
of fried catfish, baked beans and
hushpuppies.
The mainstage entertainment
begins at 12:30 p.m. and will
include performances from
the Grammy Award-winning
country singer David Ball as
well as Alibi, Southern Rain
and Broken Trust.
For those looking for even
more music, a gospel sing will
be held in the arts and crafts
area from 12 noon to 4:30 p.m.,
featuring The Cavaliers, The
Gospel Sound and The Joe
Gunter Family.
Throughout the day, visitors
will be able to view displays
from the Florida Forest Service
and the Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission,
walk through demonstrations
of historic Florida Cracker
lifestyle, visit the classic car


show and marvel at the saw and
loader competitions.
Admission for the event is
free.
In its 56th year, the Florida
Forest Festival continues to
celebrate the impact forestry
has had on Taylor County and
the state as a whole.
In 1955, the citizens of Taylor
County decided to stage a 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,
Taylor County could boast
the lowest fire record in the
nation, prompting then Florida
Governor Hayden Bums and
the Florida Cabinet to proclaim
Taylor County the 'Tree Capital
of the South," a distinction it
still holds. U.S. Congressman
Don Fuqua made the same
proclamation on the floor of
the Congress. At the urging of
Governor Burs, 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
"Forests Forever."
For information about any
of the festival's events, call the
festival office at 850-584-TREE
(8733) or visit online at www.
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Joyce Wurgler, on the steps of the music building at
Florida State University where she earned her degree,
will perform with the Tallahassee Symphony
Orchestra Chorus this weekend.

Hospice needs items for sale
Mary Ann Prevatt is asking the community to donate any unused
items (currently piling up in attics and garages) for a Nov. 5 yard
sale which will benefit Big Bend Hospice--its patients and families
in Taylor County. The sale will be held at the Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Plaza from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Prevatt says there will be
"lots of household items, books, toys, furniture and
clothes."Merchandise pick-up is available; call (850) 295-4985.


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7-9 pm Pavilion


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Wurgler will be among

100 voices singing

'Ode to Joy' Saturday
On Saturday, Joyce Wurgler of Perry will join the Tallahassee
Symphony Orchestra (TSO) Chorus presenting "Love's Agony
and Ecstasy" during an 8 p.m. performance at Ruby Diamond
Concert Hall.
"It has been a joy and a privilege to rehearse with the orchestra
chorus for the performance this weekend," she said.
"I am very excited to join 100 other voices in singing 'Ode to
Joy' as the symphony performs Beethoven's 9th Symphony, the
'Choral,"' Wurgler added.
The performance will also feature Wagner's Prelude to Act III
from Lohengrin, as well as his Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan
und Isolde.
In addition to Saturday night's performance, a final working
rehearsal will be open to the public that morning, beginning at 10
a.m. and concluding at 12:30 p.m. "This is free as it is a rehearsal,
and the symphony and chorus will not be in concert dress."
A limited number of tickets are available for the Saturday
evening performance, through the FSU Fine Arts ticket office.
For additional information on tickets or performances, please visit
www.tallahasseesymphony.org.
Wurgler graduated from Florida State University in 1992 from
FSU with a minor in music.

Hill house grows by two feet
Jeffery and Nikki Hill of
Perry announce the birth of
their son, Liam Hunter, on Oct.
S'" 6, 2011, at 5:29 p.m. in Capital
Regional Medical Center in
Tallahassee. He weighed 8
pounds, 2 ounces and was 20.5
inches long.
'. Paternal grandparents are
Bobby and Ellen Hill. The
baby's maternal grandparents
are Betty and Jerry Blaske, and
Kennywayne Walker, all of
Perry. He was welcomed home
Liam Hunter Hill by a sister, Kayleen Nichole.


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By Deborah Shefield year-old...
Moving to the Mountains
My mother, Annette Horton, and her husband, Foye, have
moved to Reidsville, N. C., following his retirement from the
Florida Corrections system. I tried to find him a retirement gift to
go with his card, but snow shovels aren't easily found in Florida.
Although this week has brought a sense of really being alone here,
I wish them peace and happiness in their new home in the
mountains. As I said goodbye Thursday, I left my mother with this
daughterly advice: "Relax but stay busy and keep learning, for
when we become idle and just sit down, we decline quickly."
Recently, I enjoyed a benefit concert wherein my cousin,
Sammy Tedder, played with two bands--Riverbreeze and Labamba
at the American Legion Hall in Tallahassee at Lake Ella. This
reminds me of a wonderful tale of Uncle Curtis--a political
canvasser called back in 2008 asking him to send money for the
Presidential campaign. He replied, "I can't send any money, but I
sure am going to vote for Labamba!" Sammy and his band aren't
president, but remembering Uncle Curtis' cute response makes me
smile...I hope it does you, too.
Hope sustains us...
Hope can sustain us when all else fails...my garden hope was to
have a garden harvest dinner the first week of December and invite
the original early morning "Council" members and their wives.
But alas, I have three okra plants and a bed of collards I picked up
at a hardware store in Tallahassee. I'm afraid the harvest would not
send everyone home with sacks of veggies as I had hopes of doing.
But you can't go wrong with Ragu or beef stew & biscuits in cooler
weather, so all is not lost yet--that invitation may still arrive.
The Gratitude Circle
My 4th cousin, little Ruth Aisling Swift, has a tradition in her
family called "The Gratitude Circle." Before each meal, she joins
hands with her mommy and daddy and begins with a detailed
listing of all that she is grateful for that day; then her parents
express their gratitude in turn. It is a wonderful custom that has
spread throughout the family. She knows, at age 4, the meaning of
being thankful...and that, my friends, is beautiful!
So, I also want to say "thank you." Thank you to you who read
my column. It isn't as informative as Grandma's was--nor as
connected, but I love the opportunity of sharing with you the
beginnings of my solo f e iheeu country in Shady Grove as I
connect with the goEolp tEfiftia fim'~ r wthe'rivimgpast,
wave with a smile, or offer the warmest of good mornings at 6:30
a.m. Thank you for blessing my Gratitude Circle.
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weekend (detailed report to follow!), I offer the following recipe
from Miss Daisy's little restaurant in Nashville, Tenn., which has
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6 slices of bacon
2 green peppers, chopped
1 small onion, chopped
1/2 c. brown sugar
1/2 c. ketchup
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1 large can of pork and beans
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Dog Stand, starting at 3 p.m.
"Come out for an afternoon of games like ring toss, pin the nose
on the pumpkin and much more."
The club meets every Wednesday at Blue Creek Baptist Church,
starting at 5 p.m. Membership is open to any girl in grades six
through 12. Please call Club Leader Sandy Beach at 295-3700 for
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Gospel music takes center stage at arts & crafts


Music begins at
12 noon
The Cavaliers, The Gospel
Sound and The Joe Gunter
Family will provide the sounds
of Southern Gospel at this


year's Florida Forest Festival.
Taking center stage in the
arts and crafts display area, the
groups will begin singing at 12
noon and continue until 4:30.
They invite you to "come and
enjoy!"


Obituaries
Walter Frederick Stephens
Walter Frederick Stephens, age 73, died Friday, Oct. 14, 2011,
in Perry after an extended illness.
Mr. Stephens was born in Salem on March 21, 1938, to the Rev.
Charlie and Edna (Hogan) Stephens. He was a member of Antioch
Revival Center.
Mr. Stephens is survived by two daughters: Beverly Stephens
(David) Ramsey of Raeford, N.C.; Denise Stephens of Murrells
Inlet, S.C.; one step-son, Davey McClary, also of Murrells Inlet;
four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
He is also survived by one brother, Henry Stephens of Perry;
four sisters, Viola Adams of Branford, Alene West of Vienna, Ga.,
Daisey Howell and Naomi Miller, both of Jacksonville; and a host
of other friends and relatives.
He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Linda Jo
Stephens, and three brothers, Lloyd Stephens, Halton Stephens
and Charles (C.W.) Stephens.
Funeral Services were held at Antioch Revival Center on
Sunday, Oct. 16, at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Bobby Joe Hires and the
Rev. Robert "Cricket" Watson officiating. Interment followed at
Waters Memorial Gardens in Steinhatchee.
Services were conducted by Joe P. Burs Funeral Home in
Perry.
Ada Belle Conley
Ada Belle Conley, age 85, of Tallhassee, died on Saturday, Oct.
15, 2011, at Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee.
Mrs. Conley was born Jan. 18, 1926, in Quincy to Morgan and
Daisy Kent. A homemaker, she had lived in Tallahassee for the
last 30 years after moving from Perry.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Joe Conley in 1984.
She is survived by a son: Bobby Conley of Tallahassee; two
daughters, Kathy Conley Word of Jacksonville and Sharlyne
Conley Samford of Tallahasse; three brothers, Robert Kent of Ft.
Walton, Lamar Kent of Texas and Holden Kent of Perry; four
grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces,
nephews, other relatives and friends.
Cremation arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Bums
Funeral Home.You may sign the guestbook at:
www.joepbumsfuneralhomes.com.


After the festival, a
Fall Festival!
On Saturday, Oct. 29, Perry
First Church of God will host a
Fall Festival from 5-9 p.m. with
carnival games, a bounce
house, pony rides and food
galore--hotdogs, cotton candy,
and prizes!
A cake walk and hay ride are
also planned for this event,
along with a chili cook-off. (To
enter this competition, please
bring a pot of chili one hour
prior to the event).
For additional information,
please contact the church at
584-7992.

...and another Fall
Festival!
Lakeside Baptist Church will
hold its Fall Festival on


Monday, Oct. 31, from 5-7 p.m.
Everyone is invited to "come
bring the children and enjoy the
festivities."
Games, candy, food and
fellowship are promised along
with a performance by the
church's puppet troupe, the
Popcorn Gang.

Anniversary
continues
Little St. John Missionary
Baptist Church and Pastor Dr.
Robert Butler will continue
celebrating their anniversaries
this Saturday, Oct. 22.
Pastor Donald McBride, of
New Brooklyn Missionary
Baptist Church, will lead
services at 6 p.m.
On Sunday, Oct. 23, Pastor
Jermaine Simmons and Jacob's
Chapel will be in charge of


services at 3 p.m.


Pumpkin Patch


until 4 p.m. Proceeds from
pumpkin sales benefit projects
for children and youth of the


church.
welcomes visitors A On Tiesday, Oct. 25,
The Pumpkin Patch at the| Istorytelling will take place in
First United Methodist Church the Pumpkin Patch. Everyone
remains open for customerW is invited to attend.
daily from 4-8 p.m., with' For parade-goers near the
extended service on Festival church, free hot chocolate will
Day, Saturday, from 10 a.m. be served during the parade.
Jeffie DuBose Eaton
August 23, 1938 thru July 5, 2011
There were many things that
molded Jeffie's life:
Growing up in South Georgia
around the Great Depression
left indelible marks on Jeffie.
She was made strong and
resilient by the hard work
required during those times
and the southern traditions of
~hospitality and good cooking
I lasted her a lifetime.
She met her lifetime partner
and husband, Leo, at the
beach in Daytona, FL where
they immediately connected. Both being young and
beautiful, it was not long before they married and began
their life's journey together which brought them many joys
including their ,two children, Lynn, and Sam along with 5
grandchildren; J.R., Casey, Kevin, Eric and Becky Lynn.
While living in Atlanta, Jeffie held a civil service position
with the IRS winning several awards for outstanding
performance. Upon retirement Jeffie & Leo chose the
village of Steinhatchee for their last home. They both
became active members of the Dixie Shrine Club and
the Steinhatchee AARP. Jeffie joined the Steinhatchee
Garden Club, the Red Hats and the Beta Sigma Phi's. She
also enjoyed regular bridge games with friends in both
Steinhatchee and Cross City.
She was one of a kind ....... and will be missed by her
family and friends.
Public service was not held and should you wish to make
a memorial offering; please forward contributions to:
Dixie Shrine Club. C/O Jeffie Eaton, PO Box 411
Maysville, GA 30558
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Pursuant to section 193.122 Florida Statutes, Br ce A. Ratliff, Property
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certified to the Tax Collector on October 17, 2011, for the collection of taxes.
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'Dogs score 5 TDs in 37-27 win over Jefferson


By AARON PORTWOOD yards and 4 TDs on the ground.
The Taylor County offense James Strawter had over 100
turned in a near-flawless yards of offense, as the senior
performance, and the Bulldog wide receiver caught 6 passes
defense came up big when i for 82 yards and carried three
counted to lead Taylor County times for 29 yards.
to a 37-27 shoot-out victory Jake Smyrnios rushed 6 times
over a talented Jefferson for 21 yards. Moral Stephens
County squad Friday night in caught 5 passes for 69 yards,
Monticello. including a 19-yard TD pass,
The Bulldog offense and Chance Rodgers had 1.
collected 21 first downs, gained carry and 1 catch.
372 total yards and scored on "I think those tough, hard-
6 of 9 drives, including 5 TDs fought games we played in
and a field goal. Senior QB September against a lot of hard-
Eli Grambling led the way, nosed football teams really
completing 12 of 15 passes prepared us for this win. When
(80%) for 152 yards and 1 TD we needed a play down there in
in addition to rushing 17 times the 4th quarter, we were able
for 88 yards and 3 TDs (5.2 to do it because of the level of
yards per carry), competition we have faced,"
For the first time this season Head Coach Steve Price said.
Taylor County (4-2) did not "We executed well overall,
commit a turnover, while the but I do think we need to
Bulldog defense forced three (1 improve our technique when it
fumble, 2 interceptions) by the comes to tackling. The effort
Tigers. and the intensity was there,
Jacques Freeman (6.5 yards but we just need to get better
per carry) had 13 carries for 85 when it comes to our technique.
yards and 1 TD, as six different However, with that being said,
(Taylor County ballcarriers we continue to show significant
combined for 41 carries, 221 improvement from the start of


Moral Stephens (3) made five catches on the night
for TCHS for 69 yards including one for a 19-yard
touchdown. (Photo by Wayne Dunwoody)


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Bulldog running back Jac4ues Freeman (2) busts loose on a long run. The junior
speedster had 13 carries for 85 yards Friday night including one for a touchdown.
(Photo by Wayne Dunwoody)


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the season. We have to continue
to improve in order to get to
where we ultimately want to go
(play-offs)," Price added.
"We had a great goal-line
stand when we were up only 23-
21. I thought our defense was
incredibly good and showed
a lot of character down there
with their backs against the
endzone," Price said. "Javolis
(McNeal) made some big plays
for us, but we have got to get
him to bring his hands along
and not just be a missile. I also
thought Daniel Wentworth
played very well defensively.
"Eli (Grambling) played very,
very well. We had a tremendous
advantage with the way he was
running our no-huddle offense.
It kept them from setting their
defense or calling blitzes.
Moral (Stephens), James
(Strawter), Jacques (Freeman)
and our offensive linemen all
had outstanding games.
"It was a very exciting,
entertaining game and our kids
played so hard. That is going to
help us as we have some very
big games coming up," Price
added.
The only negative for the
Bulldogs was penalties, as
Taylor County was flagged 10
times for 110 yards and had
three huge plays negated by
penalties, including a 61-yard
TD run by Freeman and a 41-
yard interception return for a
touchdown by Jalan Jackson.
Jefferson also had a big
offensive night, piling up 20
first downs and 365'total yards,
but the Tigers also racked up 9
penalties for 90 yards.
In a back-and-forth contest,
Taylor County opened the game
with an 11-play, 75-yard drive
that ended with Grambling's
13-yard TD run up the middle.
Strawter started the drive off
on the right foot by taking
a sweep play 14 yards and
catching a 9-yard slant pass,
while Smyrnios slammed up
the middle for gains of 4, 5 and
8 yards.
Grambling was 3 for 3 for 17
yards passing on the opening
drive, hitting Strawter twice
and Stephens once for short
gains. Grambling converted a
key 4th and 1 play by sneaking
ahead for 3 yards behind his
offensive line and Smyrnios
picked up a big first down on
a 3rd and 2 play behind some
great blocking.
Brian Wilder's PAT gave the
Bulldogs a 7-0 lead with 7:59
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Jefferson answered right back
with a long 11-play, 69-yard
drive of their own.
The Bulldog defense stopped
the Tigers three straight
plays inside their own 10, but
Alphonso Footman (23 carries,
154 yards, 2 TDs) managed to
score on second effort on 4th
and goal from the 1 yard line to
tie the game.
After Taylor County was
forced to punt, Jalan Jackson
intercepted a Tiger pass and
returned it 41 yards for a
touchdown, but the play was
called back for a holding
penalty during the return.
Grambling hooked up with
Strawter for a 10-yard screen
pass before dropping back and
hitting Stephens on a high pass
at the goal line. Stephens out-
jumped two defenders to catch
the ball, but had his legs cut out
from under him and was spun
around in the air before losing
control of the ball when he
landed in the endzone.
Officials ruled the pass was
incomplete, and Grambling
overthrew Strawter on a double
move pass in the endzone before
Wilder booted a 38-yard FG to
give the Bulldogs a 10-7 lead as
the second quarter began.
Tiger QB Lenorris Footman
(11 of 28, 165 yards, 1 TD, 2
int.) completed a 43-yard bomb
over the Bulldog secondary to
give the Tigers a 13-10 lead
with 8:18 remaining in the first
half. Justin Becerra blocked the
PAT to keep Taylor within a
field goal.
Jefferson had a chance to
build on their lead when the
Bulldogs were forced to punt,
but the Taylor County defense
hunkered down and made a
big stop on the next drive.
Smyrios saved a touchdown
on a long run that featured 5
missed tackles. Big hits by Tyler
Evans and Becerra, a dropped
pass and Calub Murphy's QB
pressure combined with Connor
Bishop's pass rush forced the
Tigers to turn the ball over on
downs at the Taylor 29.
Slant passes to Stephens and
Strawter sandwiched around
runs by Grambling set up two
long runs by Freeman, who
broke free for a 12-yard run
followed by an electrifying 33-
yard TD scamper made possible
by great blocks thrown by Justin
McGuire and the offensive
line.
.Wilder's PAT put the
Bulldogs up 17-13 with 1:51 left
in the half and Murphy, Javolis
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McNeal and Wentworth made
nice tackles to hold Jefferson.
Kelsey Stephens made what
may have been the play of the
game by forcing and recovering
a fumble on the kickoff to open
the second half, giving the
Bulldogs the ball at the Tiger
30.
Strawter took a sweep
handoff and was off to the
races two plays later, but his


20-yard run was called back by
a phantom "block in the back"
penalty away from the play.
Grambling picked up 16
yards on an option keeper,
Freeman was dropped for short
gains on two straight carries
before Grambling followed
good blocking and ran over a
defender at the goal line for his
second TD on a 7-yard run.
Wilder (25 of 26) missed
his first PAT of the year as the
Bulldogs grabbed a 23-13 lead
with 9:09 left in the third.
Missed tackles continued to
plague the Bulldog defense, as
Alphonso Footman broke a 31-
yard TD run and then ran in the


two-point conversion to pull the
Tigers back within 23-21 with
7:20 left in the third quarter.
Taylor County went 3-and-
out, giving Jefferson a chance
to take the lead when Alphonso
Footman broke a 46-yard run
down inside the Bulldogs'
10-yard line. However, big
plays made by Evans (twice),
Becerra, Smyrnios, Jackson
and Bishop held the Tigers out


of the endzone-on four straight
plays to turn the ball over to
the Taylor offense at the 3-yard
line.
The Bulldog offense broke
Jefferson's back with a 10-play,
97-yard scoring drive that ate
up over 5 minutes of clock.
Running behind Taylor Bethea,
Blaine Brenner, Andrew
McBride, McGuire and Aaron
Crews, Grambling picked up 11
yards on a keeper.
Freeman ran for 5 and
Grambling snuck ahead for 4
more before Freeman took an
option pitch for 11 yards.
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Community


B-1 TacoTimes October 19,2011


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Growing Together


The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, Perry Rotary Club and the Florida Forest Service joined together
Monday morning to teach several classes of second graders from Perry Primary School the importance of trees
and then help each student plant his or her own longleaf pine seed. Dawn Taylor and Lisa Williams from the
chamber were on hand with Barry Tye and Danny Boatwright from the Florida Forest Service. They were assisted
by Rotarians Mark Viola, Sondra Shaw, Penny Staffney, Pam Rigoni-Parker and Wade Goodman. If the students
continue to water their seeds and make sure they get enough sunlight, in a few weeks they will have trees of their
own. That's growing together.


The Rollings Foundation was founded in 2008 by
Taylor County native William Rollings Jr. and his wife,
Grena.

Rollings Foundation


drills its first water


well in South Africa


Special to the TacoTimes
The Rollings Foundation,
a non-profit organization,
established in 2008 in Dallas,
Texas, by Taylor County native
William Rollings Jr. and his
wife, Grenna, works to "fight
hunger, feed minds, and make
a difference in the lives of
children and families in South
Africa."
In 2008, the foundation
provided tuition assistance,
school supplies, mandatory
uniforms and school lunches for
one South African school. Now,
the foundation provides that
same support for four schools
in South Africa. In addition, it
provides food packages, shoes
and clothes for the families and
the children who live in abject
poverty.
Although, the foundation
primarily supports missions in
South Africa, the organization
also provides school supplies,
snacks and gifts for Taylor
County students.
Recent, the Rollings
Foundation drilled its first
water well in Sodwana, South
Africa.


"We are so excited, and we
know that we could not have
reached this goal without the
support of our devoted donors
in Perry. Thank you from the
bottom of our hearts," William
and Grenna Rollings said.
In rural villages across South
Africa, millions of children and
families do not have access
to clean, safe drinking water.
Rivers have been polluted by
agricultural runoff and urban
discharge, and air pollution has
resulted in acid rain.
Prior to the drilling of the
water well in Sodwana, the
children and their families used
jojo tanks to collect water from
rain through the roof of school
classes which is unreliable
during the dry season.
They also used pipelines
to obtain water, but this was
unreliable because it would
often take two weeks or more
before the families and children
would obtain life-sustaining
water.
The families in Sodwana
need the life-sustaining water
Please seepage 4


Students and villagers were present for the well
dedication.


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AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at Perry
Shrine Club.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays,
noon, Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
MainStreet Perry: fourth Tuesday,
5:30 p.m., Perry Historic Station.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at
Jerkins Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thursday, noon at
Rosehead, downtown Perry.
Perry Garden Club: third
Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second and
fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third
Tues., 6 p.m., Masonic Hall.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets
first and third Monday, 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).
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; workshop, fourth Tues., 3 p.m.
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).
Taylor County Construction
License Board Meeting: third Fri.,
2 p.m., courthouse annex.
Taylor County Development
Authority: second Mon., noon, at
Historic Perry Station.
Taylor County School Board: first
and third Tues., 6 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,
7 p.m., Foley Airport terminal
conference room. Call 584-4329 for
information.
Tourism Development Council:
second Wed., 12 p.m., Chamber of
Commerce.


Community Prayer Luncheon:
Monday at noon, Main Street Cafe.
All are welcome.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday,
3 p.m., Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second
Monday, 7 p.m., Jerkins


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Community Center.
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., Scout Hut.
Helping Hands of the Shelter:
every Tuesday, 6 p.m., Chamber of
Commerce.
Historical Society: open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Home Educators League of
Perry: Forest Capital Hall. Call 584-
6866 or visit on-line htt://taylor.ifas.
ufl.edu.
La Leche League International:
second Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor
County Public Library.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first
and third Fridays. 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.
Parrot Heads in Perry-"dise"
Club: meets the second and fourth
Wednesday, 7 p.m. Call 843-1469 for
location.
Pet adoptions: Taylor County
Animal Shelter, open Monday
through Friday. Call 838-3525.
Republican Party of Taylor
County: second Thursday, 6:30
p.m., at Rigoni's Cookhouse on
Highway 19 North. Call 584-5878.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP):


Thursday, 10 a.m., 502 N. Center
Street. 223-0393.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday,
6 p.m., at the district building on
Beach Road.
Taylor County Amateur Radio
Club: first Monday, 7 p.m.,
Perry-Foley Airport conference
room.
Taylor County Brotherhood:
meets on Mondays, 7 p.m., at New
Brooklyn; every third Saturday,
9 a.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Taylor County Brotherhood
Choir: meets every Thursday,
6 p.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Taylor County Habitat for
Humanity: 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
Fri., Club Roping, 7:30 p.m.; third
Sat., speed events, 11 a.m.; last
Sat., roping, 6 p.m. Arena is located
on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, public library.
Taylor County Reef Research
Team: second Tuesday, 7 p.m.,
Forest Capital Hall.
Taylor County Senior Center:
Executive Board of Directors
meeting, every third Thursday.
Taylor County United:


second Mon., 7 p.m., Evangel
Christian Fellowship (1454 Courtney
Road).
Whole Child Taylor-Shared
Service Network: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m., Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex.
Yarn Lovers Circle: first and third
Thursday, 9:30 a.m., Taylor County
Public Library.


AL-ANON: meets every Thursday
at noon, St. James Episcopal
Church.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Monday,
7 p.m. and Thursday, 7 p.m. at the
Serenity House, 1824 N. Jefferson
St. Call 843-3484.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory
Council: fourth Tuesday at 1 p.m.,
Big Bend Hospice office (107 E.
Green).
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).
Narcotics Anonymous: Sun.,
Tues., Wed., Fri., 7 p.m.; Sat.,
12 p.m. Catholic Church of the
Immaculate Conception (Parish
Center), 2750 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. For questions, call: (877)
340-5096.
Perry Winners Group of
Alcoholics Anonymous: Friday,


8 p.m.; Heritage House, 317 N.
Orange St.
Reformers Unanimous:
every Friday, 7 p.m., at Charity
Baptist Church, 580 E. Highway
27.
TheWay: (faith-based 12-step
group for addicts and alcoholics)
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., and Friday,
7 p.m., at the Serenity House,
1824 N. Jefferson St. Call 672-
0626.


AMVETS Post 20: third
Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 671 Charles
Hendry Road.
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. Call 584-
5725 or 838-2045.
VFW Post #9225: second
Tuesday, 7 p.m. (American
Legion building).
To add your group or
organization to the Community
Calendar, call 584-5513
or e-mail newsdesk@
perrynewspapers.com.






A-8 Taco Times October 19, 2011

'Dogs cap victory

with 1-yard TD run


'DOGS
Continued from page 7
Freeman busted loose for
an awesome 61-yard TD run
only to have it called back on
a holding call, but Grambling
managed to keep the drive
alive. Despite dropping a snap,
Grambling picked it up and
threw a perfect sideline pass to
Stephens for a 37-yard gain.
Three plays later Grambling
threw a 19-yard fade pass to
Stephens for a TD that put the
Bulldogs ahead 30-21 with 9:39
left in the game.
Despite big defensive plays
by Percy Jacobs, Murphy,
Darick Ward, KJ Johnson and
Javolis McNeal, the Tigers
drove 75 yards in 12 plays
before A. Footman ran in from
2 yards out to pull within 30-27
with 4:36 left in the game.
After a 17-yard kickoff return
by Brion Scott, the Bulldogs
sealed the victory with a gutsy
8-play drive that covered 70
yards in the final minutes.
Facing 3rd. and 12 after two
straight runs lost yardage,
Grambling hit Strawter for a
crucial 39-yard pass and then
ran behind McGuire and a
block by Freeman for 23 yards
down to the Tiger 11-yard line.
A sweep to Strawter picked
up 5, Grambling was tackled
for a loss on 2nd down, but then
pitched to Freeman for a 6-yard
gain and a key first down on 3rd
and 6.
Grambling bulled his way in
from 1 yard out behind Crews,
Bethea, Brenner and McGuire
to make the final 37-27 with
1:59 remaining in the game.
Jackson broke up a long
pass, and Wentworth sealed
the win by reading the QB on a
pass play and making a diving
interception with 1:08 left in the
game.
Javolis McNeal (11 tackles)
led the Bulldogs in tackles with
7 solo and 4 assists, followed by
KJ Johnson (4 solo, 1 tackle for


loss, 5 assists), Justin Becerra
(4 solo, 6 assists) and Jake
Smymios (4 solo, 5 assists).
Other key defensive
performers included: Calub
Murphy (4 solo, 4 assists),
Wentworth (4 solo, 3 assists, 1
interception, 1 pass break up),
Wil Tuten (3 solo, 4 assists),
Percy Jacobs (3 solo, 2 assists),
Tyler Evans (2 solo, 2 assists),
Connor Bishop (1 solo, 3 assists,
1 sack) and Jalan Jackson (2
solo, 2 assists, 1 interception, 2
pass break-ups).
Davis Helm (2 solo, 1 assist),
Brion Scott (1 solo, 1 assist)
Darick Ward (1 solo, 1 assist),
Jacob Thomas (2 solo), Evan
Grambling (1 solo, 1 assist),
Kelsey Stephens (1 solo,
1 forced fumble, 1 fumble
recovery) and Ke'Varius
Franklin (1 solo) also all got in
on the action.


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Sept. 16 Fort White Home 7:30
Sept. 23 Madison County Home 7:30
Sept. 30 Open Week
Oct. 7 DeFuniakSprings-Walton Away 8:00
Oct. 14 Jefferson County Away 7:30
Oct. 21 East Gadsden Home '7:30
Oct. 28 Suwanee County Away 7:30
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Attention all Veterans
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Taylor County Board of Commissioners
will host the
Annual Veteran's Day
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Friday, Nov. 11 12:30 p.m.
Heritage Pavilion
Forest Capital Hall
In the event of rain, the luncheon will be held in
the Forest Capital Hall auditorium.


Please join us as we honor our veterans.


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B-2 Taco Times October 19, 2011


We
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865
RC

Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
8513.
12/30
Hybrid Daylilies surprising colors and
shapes in every poti Beautiful blooms
next spring. Full plants on sale now:
$1.00 Confederate Rose blooming
now! Abe Whitfield Turkey Roost
Nursery Courtney Grade 584-7395
10/14-10/28


Pressure Cleaner For Sale: Snapper
2450 PSI, 2.0 GPM, 6.5 HP. Never
been used. $300 Call Frank at 584-
2941.
10/12-10/21
If you like to play Chess or want to
learn, call Carlos 850-838-6466.
10/12-10/21


PETS
For sale: 2 male Chi-weenie puppies. 1
black and 1 black/white. Born 8-27-11.
Have been wormed and vet. given 1st
shots. Mom is a Dachshund, dad is a
Chihuahua. Will be small adults, $125.
Super Sweet. Home 843-9226 Cell
371-0643.
10/19,10/21
Miniuture Pot Belly Pigs. 3 girls and 2
boys, $40 each. Call Joey or Kristie at
223-2224 or 843-4456.
10/19,10/21



For sale: 1195 Fleetwood 14x60 mobile
home, 2 bedroom, 2 bath trailer to be
moved. $11,000, call 584-6009 code
2244, if no answer, leave message.
10/07,10/28
A 3 bedroom, 2 bath, just in time for
Christmas, free permits & impacts.
Well, septic, power pole, plumbing
hook ups & free dirt for your pad and
$1000 gift card from Walmart or Best
Buy plus $2500 cash for furniture.
$3300 down, only $545 per month 352-
262-4531.
10/19,10/21
TMH

A 2006 5 bedroom, 3 bath bank repo.
On your land del. & set up a/c skirting
and steps. Owners will finance at 8.25
with 5% down for 25 years call 352-
262-4531.
10/19,10/21
TMH


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RN's* LPN's
Part-Time, Weekends
CNA's
All shifts, Full-Time

Call Lewis Barwick, RN, DON
@ 850-584-6334


Repos, Repos, Repos.
Call for prices 352-303-8771.
09 16x60 2/2 Giles
99 16x80 3/2 Fleetwood
95 28x64 3/2 Homes of Merit
05 32x80 5/3 Homes of Merit
TMH



Glenridge
This beautifully remodeled spacious
one level Spanish style 3 BD/3 bath
house has a unique, open floor plan
with lots of glass, a formal living/dining
room, den with fireplace, TV room,
screened patio and 2 car garage.
$1,200 per month. Call 850-545-6642
10/28


Spacious 2 bedroom 1 bath mobile
home for rent with a large screened in
porch overlooking a pond. This home,
nestled in between the dogwood trees
and azaleas on four wooded acres in
the Shady Grove area, has a renovated
bathroom and kitchen, with hardwood
laminate flooring throughout. Rent
$500 per month with a $500 security
deposit. Washer and dryer included.
Utilities not included. Has gas hot water
heater and well water. Sorry, no
children. Call Chris @ 850-508-8468
10/14,10/19
Small 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with
nice front porch on 1 acre of land on
deadend road off Hwy. 98. Just inside
city limits. $550 per month, first, last
and deposit. Call 727-433-4514.
10/19,10/21 JP


For rent, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, fully
furnished kitchen.Within city limits. Has
been completely remodeled. Would
accept HUD voucher.
Call 584-6896
10/19-10/28
Empty lot for rent with option to buy.
1207 Carter Street. 400 per month or
$25,000 to buy, willing to negotiate. Call
Regina at 1-516-377-3683.
10/19,10/21
RV spot 30 or 50 AMP on private land
in nice neighborhood. Includes electric,
water, sewer and cable. North side of
Perry, just outside city limits. $300 per
month. Call 850-843-0883.
10/19,10/21JP
3 bedroom, 1.5 bedroom house on
large corner lot. Large fenced back
yard, nice quiet neighborhood, kitchen
appliances included. Call 371-4584 or
371-4543.


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Experience
Required

Call Theresa Freeman,
RN/MDS Coordinator
@ 850-584-6334


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Apartments for rent. 2 bedroom 1 bath,
$550 per month, plus $550 deposit. 2
bedroom, 2 baths, $590 per month,
plus $590 deposit. Small house, 3
bedroom, 1 bath, $575 per month, plus
$575 deposit. Call 850-223-3369
10/14-10/28

Single wide 3 bedroom 1 bath central
air. No pets and no children. $450 per
month and $400 deposit cleaning fee.
Call 850-584-4486 or 850-838-5646
10/14,10/28
For rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 900 sqft.
apartment. $650 per month and $325
security deposit. Includes utilities, pets
extra. Near Keaton Beach. Call 850-
843-1882.
10/07-11/04

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.
LS

Westgate 2 bedroom apartment
available. Water, garbage and electric
included. Dining room kitchen, with
space available for table. Cable with
HBO. $255 weekly or $945 monthly.
Call 786-344-2542.
TFN
LS

House for rent. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1
family room, 1 living room, in country.
$700 per month plus deposit. RV spot
for rent, $350 per month, includes
water, garbage, electricity, and cable.
Call 850-584-8885.
10/12-11/18

Apartment for rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath.
everything included, water garbage,
electricity, cable with HBO. Everything
furnished. $265 weekly, $950 monthly.
317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. Skylark
Motel. 850-672-0973.LS


Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath
located in Everetts Mobile Home Park.
Water, sewer and garbage included in
rent. $475 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
06/03
tfnEMH

STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640.
SPR

Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer"
05/19
WA

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from monthly $585
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.LS
1 bedroom, 1 bath house remolded for
rent, patio in fence. $595 rent, $595
deposit. 408 N. Calhoun Street. 850-
672-0973.LS

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1600 Square foot commercial building
on east Hwy. 27 in city limits. Only
$50,000 cash and you own it. Will
finance with 20 down. Call 850-295-
1489.
10/14, 10/19
WATER FRONT LOTS FOR SALE ON
CEDAR ISLAND ON THE CANAL
AND BAYFRONT. Starting at $49,900
with new seawall, water and sewage.
Owner financing is available with 15%
down (limited number at this price).
Call Don Everett Sr. at 850-584-6666.
04/29tfnWO
For Sale By Owner: 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home on Puckett Rd. Call 850-402-
5459 or 850-284-3307.
10/05-10/28
House for Sale: To be moved: small
wood frame 2 bedroom 1 bath fixer-
upper. Would make a good hunting/fish
camp. Call 584-3001 or 843-0271.


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For Sale or Lease Purchase: New
House in Ocean Pond Subdivision only
a few miles from Keaton Beach, Fl.
1568 sqft of living area three bedroom,
two bath new house with all new
appliances, carpet and hardwood
flooring. Open kitchen living room area
sitting on 2 acres of land ready to move
in. Reduced to $134,900 MAKE
OFFER. Call 850-672-0536.
10/7-11/18



2500 Dodge Ram Diesel with the head
gasket blown. $2000 as is. Call 850-
838-6466.
10/1210//28
2005 Buick Le Sabre Limited. One
owner, non-smoker. Good tires, clean,
84,000 easy miles. $7,900. call 838-
2003.
10/14,10/21


1998 Z71 4x4 $5400
2001 Elantra $3494.
2004 Sebring $5900
1994 Blazer $2500.
1993 Crown Vic $1900.
1993 Ranger $1699.
Trade ins Welcome.
850-584-8900


2008 Cadillac STS, 25,000 miles,
leather, navigation, sunroof, heated
seats, blue tooth, etc. Call Sherry at
223-7156 (after 5 p.m. 584-3699).
$26,500.
10/28
1999 Pontiac GrandAm. Excellent
transportation, runs great, like new
tires, needs cosmetic TLC. $3500,
OBO call Tammy at 584-7714.
10/19,10/21



Pop Up Camper. Has 2 new tires, new
light port plug for hook up. Propane
tank, stove and sink. Everything works.
In good condition, need some minor
repairs. $600 OBO, call 850-672-0590.
10/14,10/19
2005 Seahunt navigator, 19 ft. boat
with electronics. jumirum trailer and
Yamaha 115 motorrBimini top and trim
tabs. Great condition. Books at
$12,000 asking $9,000. Call Jim at
850-295-1489.
10/14,10/19
Hoyt Eclipse Bow with case. super
slamer, 5 arrows, $150. Call 295-1489.
10/14,10/19
Coleman pop-up camper, $4,500 OBO.
Call 578-2130
10/12-10/28


vuIretor ui nllleu neai ruiograins
(RN) wanted at North Florida
Community College. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
09/30,10/28
Registered Pharmacy Technician.
Must be registered as a pharmacy
technician with the Florida Board of
Pharmacy or be enrolled in a
pharmacy technician training program
approved by the Board of Pharmacy.
Drug test and background check will be
required. Apply in person at O'Quinn
Pharmacy. No phone calls.
OPTFN
AVONII! Call now to get started. Earn
up to 40%. Still only $10 for start up kit!
Call for appointment
850-584-2925.


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The deadlines for classified ads
are Monday by 5 p.m for the
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JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.

.Cleaning service and/or sitting with the
elderly. Please call Sonja at 850-584-
6017 or 850-295-0476. Reasonable
rates!
10/12-10/28
TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
*Pressure Washing
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist


BE A CNA
Train now for jobs in healthcare.
Professional environment/instructors.
No GED or High School Diploma
required if age 18. 40 hour prep class
plus training. QUEST TRAINING
SERVICES. 386-362-1065.
11/04
The District School Board of Taylor
County Head Start Program is
accepting applications for the following
vacant position:
Headstart Teacher, 7.5 hours/10
-months. Minimum qualifications are:
Must hold an Associates Arts Degree
in Early Childhood Education or related
field; must be able to demonstrate a
working knowledge of the principles of
child growth and development; must
have the physical stamina to work with
pre-school children; must have the
ability to relate to preschool children;
must complete a 4-hour training for
child care workers in accordance to
DCF guidelines; recency satisfactory
experience working with pre-school
children is preferred.
Interested applicants please contact
Work Force, (850) 973-9675 or (850)
838-2500, Head Start employees may
pick up "Request for Transfer" forms at
the Head Start Administrative Office.
Applications for Instructional and Non-
Instructional positions are located at
www/taylor. k1 2 .fl .us,
OURDISTRICT/Employment
Opportunities. All applications and
transfers are to be turned into the
Personnel Office at the Wentworth
Complex, 318 North Clark Street,
Perry, FL 32347.
The Taylor County School Board
adheres to a drug free workplace
policy. Drug testing with a negative
result is required. Head Start
employees must pass health
screening, fingerprinting, and
background check required by DCF for
licensing daycare workers. Closing
date for this position is October 21,
2011 at 12:00 Noon.
If reasonable ADA accommodations
are needed for the application process,
please notify our Personnel Director
during the application period at 850-
838-2500.
10/14,10/19



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.
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IIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 62 2010 CA 000065
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs. MARVIN GRAHAM, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated October 03, 2011
and entered In Case No. 62 2010 CA
000065 of the Circuit Court of the
THIRD Judicial Circuit In and for
TAYLOR County..,Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO.BANK, NA i The Plairrif
and MARVIN GRAHAM; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARVIN
GRAHAM N/K/A SHAVONNE
GRAHAM; PEOPLES LOAN AND
FINANCE CORP.; are the Defendants,
The Clerk of the Court 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 11:00 AM, on the 3rd


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day of Nov., 2011, the following
described property as set forth In said
final judgment:
STHE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LAND,
FLYING AND BEING IN TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA; COMMENCE AT THE POINT
OF INTERSECTION OF THE CENTERLINE
OF CLARK STREET AND THE NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF GREEN STREET
AND RUN NORTH 01 DEGREES 45
MINUTES 50 SECONDS EAST, ALONG
THE CENTERLINE OF CLARK STREET,
S600.0 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 17 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
EAST, 30.03 FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF CLARK STREET AND THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE FROM
SAID POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 30
SECONDS EAST, 83.67 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 01 DEGREES 45 MINUTES
50 SECONDS EAST, 100.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 17
MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST, 83.67
FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE
SOF CLARK STREET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
S01 DEGREES 45 MINUTES 50 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY
LINE, 100.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; AND COMMENCE AT THE
POINT OF INTERSECTION OF THE
CENTERLINE OF CLARK STREET AND
THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
GREEN STREET AND RUN NORTH 01
DEGREES 45 MINUTES 50 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE CENTERLINE OF
CLARK STREET, 700.0 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 17 MINUTES
30 SECONDS EAST, 30.03 FEET TO THE
EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CLARK
STREET AND THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE FROM SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 30
SECONDS EAST, 83.67 FEET; THENCE
SRUN NORTH 01 DEGREES 45 MINUTES
S50 SECONDS EAST, 100.0 FEET; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 17 MINUTES
30 SECONDS WEST, 83.67 FEET TO THE
EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CLARK
STREET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 01
DEGREES 45 MINUTES 50 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY
LINE, 100.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
A/K/A 314 N CLARK STREET, PERRY, FL
32347
SAny person claiming an Interest in the
surplus from the sale, If any, other
than the property owner as of the
Sdate of the Lis Pendens must file a
Claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of'
this Court on October 4, 2011.
Annie M. Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk
S10/12, 10-19

i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
National Tax Asset Group LLC the
holder of the following certificate has
filed said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
Number, year of issuance, description
Sof the property and the names In
which the property was assessed are
as follows:
} Certificate Number 135
Year of Issuance 2009
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R01895-870
Commence at a concrete
Monument marking the Northeast
I'oieriof secT bn 1, To6Wvnship 3 Soufih,
SRange 7 East, Taylor County, Florida
and run south 00D 25M 29S East,


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along the East boundary of said
Section 1, a distance of 1901.10 feet
for a POINT OF BEGINNING, thence
from sold POINT OF BEGINNING run
South 890 34M 31S West, a distance
of 1328.91 feet to a point In the
centerline of on 80 foot wide
roadway, utility and drainage
easement, thence South 57D 27M
24S West, along said centerllne, a
distance of 146.47 feet to a point,
thence run South 71D 06M 49S West,
along said centerline, a distance of
112.51 feet to a point, thence leaving
said centerline, run South 19D 47M
08S East, a distance of 681.02 feet to
the Northeast corner of the
Northwest Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter of said Section 1, thence
North 89D 15M 28S East, along the
South boundary of the Northeast
Quarter of said Section 1, a distance
of 1333.93 feet to the Southeast
corner of the Northeast Quarter of
said Section 1, thence North 00D 25M
29S West, along the East boundary of
said Section 1, a distance of 748.63
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 24.93 acres more or less.
Subject to easements, Recorded In
official records 574 page 151.
Name In which being assessed
Deborah L Henrlksen ETAL
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 14th day of November,
2011 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of October, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
10/12,19,26, 11/02

IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT, IN AND FOR MADISON
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 11-387CA
CIVIL DIVISION
BELL TREE FARM, INC.,
a North Carolina Corporation
authorized
to do business In Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JULIEN ESTIME,
Defendant.
CLERKS NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S.
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, under a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure, In the
above styled cause, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
the front door of the TAYLOR County
Courthouse, Perry, Florida at 11:00
a.m. on November 3, 201, the
following described property:
PARCEL-13
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SECTION
6, TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH, RANGE 9 EAST,
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 6, AND
RUN NORTH 8920'39' EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 5,336.51 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 0000'00" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
856.28 FEET TO THE CENTERLINE OF
WEST BOUNDARY ROAD; THENCE
ALONG SAID CENTERLINE THE
FOLLOWING COURSES: SOUTH
5749'23" WEST, A DISTANCE OF 533.07
FEET; THENCE.SOUTH .,50'21" WESJ, A
'01ISTACI-E 'F-= ,'TEM; THEkdE
SOUTH 8527'17' WEST, A DISTANCE OF
581.53 FEET; THENCE NORTH 8236'46"


WEST, A DISTANCE OF 516.18 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 8323'21" WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 479.63 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 8155'27" WEST, A DISTANCE OF
273.60 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 5659'14"
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 66.51 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 0105'06" WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 1,225.31 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 0030'11" WEST, A DISTANCE OF
429.18 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 0231'49"
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 643.26 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 0038'22" WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 1,112.91 FEET; THENCE
LEAVING SAID CENTERLINE RUN
SOUTH 7222'41" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
759.31 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING RUN NORTH 3915'25"
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 663.03 FEET TO
THE CENTERLINE OF FARR ROAD;
THENCE ALONG SAID CENTERLINE THE
FOLLOWING COURSES: SOUTH
6901'05" EAST, A DISTANCE OF 296.63
FEET; THENCE NORTH 8900'51' EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 671.28 FEET TO THE
INTERSECTION OF SAID CENTERLINE
AND THE CENTERLINE OF
CONNECTOR ROAD #2, WHICH
CONNECTS TO FARR ROAD FROM
BAT ROAD; THENCE ALONG SAID
CENTERLINE THE FOLLOWING
COURSES: SOUTH 1654'19" EAST,A
DISTANCE OF 379.99 FEET; THENCE.
SOUTH 0005'46" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
137.58 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 0928'25"
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 260.28 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 2910'44" WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 113.66 FEET; THENCE
LEAVING SAID CENTERLINE RUN
NORTH 7222'41" WEST, A DISTANCE OF
1448.13 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING CONTAINING 20.01
ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
TOGETHER WITH A NON-EXCLUSIVE
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS
AND POWER LINES, OVER THAT
CERTAIN PROPERTY AS DESCRIBED IN
SCHEDULE A.
IN ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THIS
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PEDNENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
THIS SALE.
Dated October 4, 2011
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Court
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk
Cary A. Hardee. II
Attorney at Law
Post Offcle Drawer 450
Madison, Florida 32341
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/12, 10/19

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
National Tax Asset Group LLC the
holder of the following certificate has
filed said certificate for a tax deed to
be Issued thereon. The certificate
number, year, of issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In which the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 1169
Year of Issuance 2009
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R09038-120
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 4, Township 3 South, Range
9 East, and run South 00D 00M 00S
East, a distance of 1694.42 feet to the
Point of Beginning, from said Point of
Beginning continue South 00D 00M
'"OS East;'d dl tance Of 1820.43 feet to
the centerline of Farr Road; thence
along said centerline run North 89D


55M 15S West, a distance of 1196.42
feet; thence leaving said centerine
run North OOD OOM 00S East, a
distance of 1820.43 feet; thence
South 89D 55M 15S East, a distance of
1196.42 feet to the Point of Beginning
containing 50.00 acres, more or less.
Recorded In official records 599,
page 532
Name In which assessed Jacques
Annllus ETAL
Sald property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door on the
14th day of Novemlber, 2011 at 11:00
o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of October, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
10/12,19,26, 11/02

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
National Tax Asset Group LLC the
holder of the following certificate
had filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be Issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of Issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In which the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 83
Year of Issuance 2009
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R01754-210
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 21, Township 2 South,
Range 7 East, thence run South 01D
13M 37S West 499.62 feet to a point;
thence run North 88D 40M 26S West
1951.30 feet to the centerline of a 60
foot easement; thence run along
said centerline North 26D 58M 08S
East 136.81 feet; thence North 13D
11M 29S East 120.77 feet; thence run
North OOD 35M 55S West 37.32 feet;
thence run North 02D 09M 17S West
184.77 feet; thence run North 09D
25M 37S to the North boundary line of
Section 21; thence run along said
North boundary line South 88D 46M
56S East 1874.20 feet to the Point of
Beginning, containing 21.52 acres
more or less. Subject to easements;
Recorded In official records 564
page 255.
Name In which assessed Angelo
Gouse
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 14th day of November,
2011 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of October, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
10/12,19,26, 11/02

NOICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
National Tax Asset Group LLC the
holder of the following certificate has
filed said certificate for a tax deed to
be Issued thereon. The certificate
number, year of Issuance, description
of the property,, and the names in.
which the property was assessed are
as follows:
Certificate Number 1188


B-3 Taco Times October 19, 2011




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Year of Issuance 2009 transportation entity recommended
Description of Property: by the appropriate designated
Parcel Number R09042-480 official planning agency to ensure
Commence at the Northeast corner that coordinated trorsportation
of Section 6, Township 3 South, Range services are provided to the
9 East, and run North 89D 20M 39S transportation disadvantaged
East, a distance of 6452.43 feet to the population in, a designated service
centerline of West Boundary road; area. The Community Transportation
Thence along said centerline the Coordinator has full responsibility for
following courses: North 61D 18M 43S the designated service area, the
East, a distance of 159.65 feet; Community Transportation
Thence North 57D 54M 42S East, a Coordinator has full responsibility for
distance of 258.72 fee to the the delivery of transportation services
Intersection of said centerline and for the transportation disadvantaged
the centerline of Max Road; Thence as outline in s. 427.015(2).
along said centerllne the Following, The transportation disadvantaged
course: South a distance of 166.68 ore defined by Chapter 427, Florida
feet; Thence South 20D 11M 30b East, Statutes as those persons who
a distance of 371.15 feet; Thence because of physical or mental
South 33D 56M 11S East, a distance'of. disability, Income status, or age ore
1086.80 feet; Thence South 22D 05M unable to transport themselves or
24S East, a distance of 405.57 feet; purchase transportation and are,
Thence South 13D 44M 56S East, a therefore, dependent upon others to
distanceof 612.95 feet; Thence Q .,;-,obtain access to health care,
08D 47M 05S East, a d til .e ~y nte education, shopping,
605.40 feet; Thence south' 03,'26 -o i actiities, or other life
58S West, a distance of 334.26 feet; sustaining activities, or children who
thence South 03D 42M 14S East, a are handicapped pr high risk as
distance of 1251.36 feet; Thence defined in s. 411.202.
South 04D 42M 24S West, a distance Letters of interest are required to
of 293.60 feet; thence South 04D 08M include statements of qualifications
30S West, a distance of 776.84 feet to in the following areas: knowledge of
the Point of Beginning, from said Chapter 4'27, Florida Statutes
Point of Beginning and leaving said requirements, experience applying
centerllne run South 89D 25M 44S for grant funding, experience
East, a distance of 1912.62 feet; contracting with transportation
Thence South 12D 22M 42 S Eat, providers, experience contracting
distance of 877.49 feet; Thence North with purchasing agencies, a
89D 25M 44S West, a distance of description of scheduling and routing
2166.14 feet to the centerline of Max computer software used to
road; Thence along said centerline coordinate transportation, a list of
the following courses: North 05D 16M available vehicles and ability to
13S East, a distance of 178.58 feet; acquire vehicles. Letters or interest
Thence North 04D 08M 30S East, a and qualifications should be limited
distance of 678.51 feet to the Point of to six (6) pages.
Beginning containing 40.01 acres, Letter of Interest and qualifications
more or less. Together with shall be submitted to Taylor County
easements. Recorded In official Board of Commissioners, ATTENTION:
records 556, Page 278. Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk of Court,
Name In which assessed Jean R P.O. Box 620/ 108 N Jefferson St # 102,
Fevellen & Joseph H Desir Perry, Florida 32348. Letters must be
Said property being In the County of clearly marked LETTER OF INTEREST
Taylor, State of Florida. AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR TAYLOR
Unless such certificate shall be COUNTY COMMUNITY
redeemed according to law, the TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR.
property described shall be sold to Letters of interest and qualifications
the highest bidder at the courthouse must be received by 4:00 p.m.
door on the 14th day of November, November 15, 2011. Letter of interest
2011 at 11:00 o'clock a.m. and qualifications will be opened
Dated this 7th day of October, 2011 November 15, 2011 at 6:10 p.m. in a
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy regularly scheduled Taylor County
Annie Mae Murphy Board of Commission Meeting.
Clerk of Circuit Court Faxed and emailed responses will not
Taylor County, Florida be accepted. Late Letters will be
10/12,19,26, 11/02 returned unopened with the
notation. This letter of interest was
received after the delivery time
REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTEREST designated for the receipt and
AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR TAYLOR opening in the legal notice. Only
COUNTY COMMUNITY responses to the request for letters of
TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR interest and qualifications will be
The Taylor County Board of considered if a request for proposals
Commissioners is seeking letters of is issued for Community
interest and statements of Transportation Coordinoator. The
qualifications from agencies or firms Taylor County Board of
Interested in coordinating Commissioners reserves the right to
transportation services for 'the accept or reject all responses in the
transportation disadvantaged in best Interest of the State and/or the
Taylor County, Florida. The selected County.
contractor will be designated- TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
Community Transportation COMMISSIONERS
Coordinator for the Transpogtalonti .10/19
Disadvantaged Progrqma, c. as
authorized by Chapter 427. Flfloda-
Statutes, and more fully described In i.'Notlce Is hereby given to Calvin
Rule 41-2 of the Florida AdmIlnstrtive ., ernard and Zeree Hill Smith. Unless
Code. Experience with eligibllty-'~ ,Payment is made on 2002 Pontioc
based transportation services is.-Vin#1G2WP52K82F202087.
required.... ...... V.ehicle will be aucitl',ri- .i.i
The Community Transportation N1overeer-at c T0 a r F'w- ~,: '
Coordinator is defined by Chapter Towing.
427, Florida Statutes as a .10/19


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to Buddy Walk supporters


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$1,842 for

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Kaylynn Bray apd her family
extend thanks to friends and
family who donated to her
Buddy Walk team, which
participated in the Down
Syndrome Association of
Tallahassee's (DSAT) Buddy
Walk and Family Fun Day
Saturday, Oct. 8, in the
Southwood Town Center
(Tallahassee).
"Our goal was to raise $500
and have 35 team members. We
raised a total of $1,842 and had
more than 70 members," the
Bray family said.
Team members included
Susan Mosley, Chrissy
Anderson, Jennifer Beach,
Debbie Beach, Jim Bray, Chris
Bright, Margie Bright, Dewey
Bright, Midge Bright, Lewis
Bright, Brian Bums, Chelsea
Calloway, Katie Mathers,
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Dorman, Kaleah Richardson,
Fred Richardson, Melissa
Richardson, Noah Richardson,
Haley Sadler, Amy Sherrer,
Tricia Slaughter, Jessica Sousa,
Jennifer St. John, Shirley


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Wright, Kristina Driggers,
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Mosley, Ralph Mosley, Jennifer
Mosley, Cameron Mosley,
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Phillips, David Reischl, Keith
Anderson, Keistin Anderson,
Amy Bethea, Cheryl Thomas,
Denice Freeman, Erika Trani,
Teresa Gutierrezs and Wade
and Kiki Goodman (and
children) along with sponor
representatives Valerie's
Boy's, Hardee's, Tree Capital
SCredit Union, Jack -N- Jill and
Buckeye, Florida.
"Our hearts are filled with
joy for the love and support that
was shown to us."
The event was held in
recognition of October as
Down Syndrome Awareness
Month.


Local contributions helped make well possible


ROLLING FOUNDATION
Continued from page 1
for their gardens and school.
Often, the crops at the school
don't grow well because of
the shortage of water. When
there is a shortage of water


and the crops are few, it is a
devastating year for the
children and the families in
Sodwana.
In addition, the water is
utilized for drinking, to cook
lunches for the. students, for
toilet use and for cleaning the


school.
During the well dedication in
Sodwana, the principal of the
school, sixth grade students
and i villagers were present to
celebrate "their well."
They expressed their
appreciation for the "work and


the blessing of lots of souls by
the Rollings Foundation and
the ministry partner, Souls
Outreach."
The water well iti SobdWiii
will enhance the lives of the
children and their families,
allow them to extend their


garden and help the orphans
go home on Fridays with food
parcels.
The Rollings Foundation
invites iidividiils, faliilies,
organizations and churches
to make a contribution to the
foundation or sporisor a well in


honor of someone.
All tax deductible donations
may be made by going
on-line www.rollings
foiihdatioii.omi 6f by iMil
(Rollings Foundation, 906
West Short Street, Perry, FL
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Junior royalty shines on stage


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
Punk rock hairstyles, air
guitars and junior rock stars
with lots of attitude dominated


the stage at Forest Capital Hall close and judges deliberated
Saturday, Oct. 8, for the 56th nearly an hour before naming
annual Florida Forest Festival Dillon Lusby, the son of
Little King & Queen Pageant. Michael and Kristina Lusby,
The competition was Little King and Anna Coleman,
.. .


the daughter of April Coleman
and Mikell Coleman, Little
Queen.
Members of their court
are: first runners-up Morgan
Lundy, the daughter of Brian
and Jamie Lundy, and Rex
Lorentz, the son of Michelle
and Matthew Lorentz; second
runners-up Bradynn Olivia
Johnson, the daughter of Brad
and Kelli Johnson, and Jordan
O. Nance, the son of Jamila
and John Nance; and third
runners-up Haley Yates, the
daughter of Joshua and Lori
Yates, and Dylan Shawn Dibler,
the son of Beth and Donald
Dibler.
Contestants kicked off the
pageant with a high-energy
performance perfect for any
rock arena, dancing across
stage and around a three-sided
catwalk.
Family and friends cheered
when all 33 contestants filled
the catwalk and rocked on with
miniature guitars.
Mistress of Ceremonies
Kim Pegg joined co-chairs
Amy Bowden and Marcy
Freeman in praising the hard
work and dedication from
both the contestants and their
parents.
"Without your support, this
night would not be possible,"
they said.
Entertainment highlights
included vocal performances
from Steve "Cajun" Ford and
Carlotta Washington.
Ja'Brayla Bell, the 2011
Distinguished Young Woman of
Taylor County, shared her talent
performance from this year's
Distinguished Young Women
program, an African dance of
celebration and joy.
Contestants returned to
the spotlight to share what
they wanted to be when they
grow up and their choices
were as unique as the children
themselves...a soldier who
wants to be like his uncle, a
Marine, a pro angler fisherman,


a horse trainer, a pilot, a
Christian singer, a scientist
"cause they make lots of money,"
a cop, a baker, a ballerina, a chef,
and a teacher as well as several
nurses and a doctor.
However, a contestant who
wants to be a football player (for


the University of Florida) and
the young man who wants to
be a "Swamp People" (wearing
the lead character's trademark
cap, rubber boots and blue shirt,
pulling a boat named the U.S.S.
.*. Please see page 3


Second runners-up Jordan Nance and Bradynn Johnson


You are invited to attend the


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King Tree Parade (Downtown) 10:00 a.m.
Lumberjack Shows 12 noon,
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Kid's Lumberjack Camp 2:30 p.m.


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National Anthem & Color Guard 12:00 noon
David Ball 12:30 & 3:30 p.m.
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By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
As the Florida Forest Festival
celebrates its 56th year, the
Perry Woman's Club is poised
to celebrate an even bigger
anniversary--its 100th in 2014.
Members marked that occasion
a few years early by producing
a new cookbook called
"Centennial Treasures."
Filled with recipes which
have the endorsement of the
community's best cooks, this
book features divider pages
spotlighting businesses which
also have a long heritage in
Taylor County.
O'Quinn Pharmacy is
celebrating a centennial of its















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oldest pharmacies in the United
State and the oldest business in
Perry.
SThomas Chevrolet-Buick
opened in 1972, but the business
had an earlier start as Gus Dekle
Chevrolet (located behind
O'Quinn's Pharmacy) which
later became Peacock Chevrolet
on U.S. 19 (in the old Warren
Hotel location). In 1972, the
Peacocks sold to Lewis and
Mary Jo Thomas who continue
to manage the family business
with son, Cal. Mary Jo is a
longtime member of the Perry
Woman's Club and a greeter/
hostess for monthly meetings.
Graves Drive-In, "home
of the famous burgers,"
remembers its heritage as a
Drive-In Theatre back in 1949.
The theatre closed in 1986 but
Edwina Graves Pate and David
Pate answered everyone's
cravings for chili and slaw dogs
by re-opening in 1992. They
currently host a cruise-in on the
third Saturday of each month,
welcoming old cars and hot
rods for rock and roll music,
and of course, "those famous
burgers."
Yarbrough Tire Company,
Inc., was started in the 1940s by
Joe Yarbrough and family who
moved here from Enterprise,
Ala. Don and Martha
(Yarbrough) Wiggins, with son
Mark Wiggins, now operate
the business which expresses
appreciation "for your support
over these 62 years." Mark
represents the third generation
of family ownership.
'"Take a kid fishing" is the
longtime motto of Wilson's
Bait & Tackle which opened
in 1957. The motto actually
started as 'Take A Boy Fishing"
but when confronted by girls
who, in the 1970s, told Wilson
they also liked to fish, the sign
was changed to reflect the
times. What hasn't changed
is Wilson's wide selection of
fresh and saltwater tackle, and
a 5 a.m. opening seven days a
week.
Pouncey's Restaurant
started off as "The Chicken
House" which Mac and Alma
Pouncey opened in the late


40s, early 50s. The business
name changed to "Pouncey's"
with car hops provided to serve
people in their automobiles.
Mrs. Iris Wells bought the
restaurant from the Pounceys,
running it for many years with
her family. In 2010, Tommy
and LaRonna Johnson took
over operations "for the best
Southern food around."
Ziegler's Florist,
Greenhouse and Gifts declares
itself the oldest florist in Perry,
started 55 years ago in the home
of John and Hattie Ziegler.
Richard Ziegler took over
the business from his parents
in 1980 and sold it, upon his
recent retirement, to Rachel









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and David Maddox who have
expanded the florist to include a,
wide selection of gift items.
Bassett's Dairy was started
in the early 1900s by Wilmer
Bassett who eventually looked
to his five sons for help. As the
market for milk grew, offices
were opened in Monticello,
Tallahassee and Panama City,
as well as Perry. Home delivery
was an early feature, with
milk dropped off on doorsteps.
Until refrigerated trucks were
purchased in the 1940s, workers
poured ice over the milk to keep
it cool. When Wilmer died in
1984, Jake was the only son
still in the business. He, in turn,
handed the business down to his
son, Jim, with current offices in
Perry, Live Oak, Crystal River
and Ocala.
Shaw's Welding looks back
to the 1950s when John Shaw
first started working for George
Rich at the Perry Machine
Shop. He later branched out
on his own, in his father's car
shed with only one welder and
a rego torch. Procter & Gamble
gave him a contract to work
on tree planters and Shaw was
able to expand his business,
eventually adding bays and new
employees. Shaw's three sons


have been working alongside
him in this ever-expanding
business for 25 years.
Marvin Morrison opened
the first Badcock Furniture
here in 1961, selling in 1977 to
Pete and Edith Fortner. The new
showroom is housed in a large
building on Jefferson Street
now, reflecting their current
business name, "Badcock Home
Furniture and More."
The Fair Store was started
in 1925 by brothers Ben and
Morris Glickman who moved
to Perry from Savannah, Ga.
Family members recall the story
from 1949 when the economy
was suffering mightily. Hymie
told Ben it might be time to
leave Perry. But Ben responded,
"If you stick with the business
long enough, you'll hit pay-
.dirt. Don'tg6 y upJheiagW
Hymie was a longtime presence
in downtown Perry, a living


historical record of downtown
happenings. He died this
year; now, Dean Faulkenberry
(husband to Hymie's daughter,
Marsha) manages the store,
offering "the same friendly
smile and service."
S"The finest people in the
world" come through the doors
of Deal's Famous Oyster
House which was opened in the


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1960s by Roy and Rachel Deal.
After Roy's death, Rachel ran
the restaurant for many years,
finally selling to a friend who
had worked with them. Zodie
and Danny Horton (with
children Sky, Lacey and Daniel)
currently operate Deal's.
Zodie is widely remembered
as the waitress who played
the pogo stick from 1982 until
1996--the restaurant's signature
entertainment. She still does!
Burns Funeral Home is
Taylor County's oldest funeral
home, opened in 1954 by Joe
P. Bums. He also operated an
ambulance service, and later
purchased land to establish
Pineview Memorial Gardens.
Tommy Murrow, who began
working at Burs in 1998, and
Steve Green, who came in 2000,
purchasedasd Burns Funeral Home
in August of 2007. "We are
humble, and know that God has


given us a blessing. In turn, we
use it to the best of our ability to
honor and glorify Him."
South House Furniture
was opened in 1981 as "J.
Willie Junction" by Jim
Southerland and his youngest
son, Mark, operating out of a
farmhouse from Lamont and a
lunchroom from Foley School.
After Mark's college career,
he and his dad took "a leap of
faith" and expanded their store
to "J. Willie Mini Mall" which
eventually, in 1985, became
South House Furniture. Mark
still owns and operates the
business started with his father
more than 30 years ago.
Perry Newspapers, Inc.,
is also featured in Centennial
Treasures, with a combined 170
years of newspapering which
started with the Taylor County
Banner and, today, features the
Taco Times on Wednesdays
and the Perry News-Herald
on Friday. Both newspapers
have a paid circulation of more
than 5000, printed on a four-
high New King press with color
capabilities.
Cookbooks are $20 each with
proceeds benefitting the many
community projects of the Perry
Woman's Club. Copies will
be sold at this year's Festival
during Saturday's events at
Forest Capital Park. Copies
are also available at Burns
Monument Company, South
House Furniture, O'Quinn
Drugs, Pouncey's Restaurant,
Deal's Oyster House, Perry
Apartments, Zeigler's Florist,
The Fair Store or by calling
Diane Miller at 843-0071.






























Members of the 56th annual Florida Forest Festival Little King and Queen royal court


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royal court in Saturday's King Tree Parade


JUNIOR ROYALTY
Continued from page 1
Choot 'Em) drew some of the
loudest cheering of the night.
During the evening wear
competition, contestants donned
colorful gowns andi fitted
tuxedos, and each answered


interview questions ranging
from "What does your mother's
hair look like in the morning?"
to "What happens if you drive
too fast?"
A few favorite responses
included the contestant who
answered "Save-A-Lot" when
asked where she would go if she


could go anywhere in the world
and the young girl who said
"29" when asked about the best
age to get married.
Looking to win the hearts of
the judges, another little girl
blew kisses to the audience
and did a quick spin when the
spotlight turned on her.


The newly crowned Little
King and Little Queen, along
with their court, will lead the
Florida Forest Festival Kids
Parade Friday, Oct. 21, in
downtown Perry.
They will also ride in the
King Tree Parade Saturday,
Oct. 22.


B-3 Florida Forest Festival October 19, 2011

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Kids Parade

ANTIQUE CAR PARADE SOCK HOP

Downtown Perry is the

place to be Friday night
The Florida Forest Festival is continuing to expand its downtown
event schedule for Friday evening.
The festivities kick off at 5 p.m. with the second annual Strutt
Your Mutt Parade (see related story, p. C-3).
The annual Kids Parade, in which children dress up in
forestry-related costumes, will travel around the courthouse square
beginning at 6 p.m.
The parade will also feature local Cub Scouts, Moonpie
Princesses (crowned during the Florida State Bluegrass Festival
this past April) and a flock of Forestry Queens.
The procession will be led by the festival's Little King & Queen
Dillon Lusby and Anna Coleman along with the Florida Forest
Festival's 2011 Distinguished Young Woman of Taylor County
Ja'Brayla Bell.
Prizes will be given for best overall, most creative and most
keeping with theme.
Once the parade concludes, the amusement continues with a series
of carnival-type games and food concessions in the courthouse
parking lot.
The annual Antique Car Gaslight Parade, featuring classic cars
from almost every decade, will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Concluding the evening, the festival will take a step back in time
for a 50s-60s Sock Hop.
During and after the Gaslight Car Parade, Southern Rain will
perform at Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
"If you have poodle skirts, wear them ladies, 50s styles for the
men," organizers said.
"Best male and best female 50s outfits will win a
free buffet"


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Thursday, Oct. 20
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Strutt Your Mutt 5:00 p.m.
Kids' Parade 6:00 p.m.
Gaslight Antique Car Parade 7:30 p.m.
Sock Hop 7:30 p.m.



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Gavyn Cruce


Robert Allen Swain


Lauralai Blair Brannen


Nathaniel Faglie


and the Winner1 .are.


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The 2011 Florida Forest
Festival Baby Photo Contest
had another strong year with
153 entries.
This year's contest features
children at play and at rest (and
sometimes both at the same
time), at the beach and in the
fields, ready for a night out and
happily messy in ways only the
young can discover.
The winning entries were as
follows:
0-6 months: first place, Robert
Allen Swain, parents--Thomas
Allen Swain Jr. and Marisol
Amador; second place (tie),
Teagan Oceana Sesock-Dillon,
parents--Tiffany Sesock and
Thomas Dillon; and Caydance
Corinne Slayton, parents--Sky
and Ryan Slayton; third place,
Tenley Bratcher, parents--
Shana and Darren Bratcher.
7-11 months: first place, Jack
Johnson, parents--Erin and
Darren Johnson; second place,
Trayonna Flowers, parents
--Tracy and Paul Flowers;
third place, Logan Padgett
Jr., parents--Logan and Kacy


Padgett.
One year: first place, Brylee
Hoover, parents--Julie and
Corey Hoover; second place,
Maggie Ann Walker, parents--
Christell and Thomas Walker;
third place, Kenneth Grambling,
parents--Monica Wright and
Kenny Grambling Jr.


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Henry Maloy; second place
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and Nathaniel Faglie, parents
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third place, Jalyn Sheppard,
parents--Tiffany and Kenny
Sheppard.
Three years: first place, Jacob
Lee Read, parents--Tina and
Danny Read; second place,
Triston Murphy, parents--
Heather and Jonathan Murphy;
third place (tie), Jayden Mock,
parents--Lindsey Brown
Hightower and Drew Mock;
and Kaylee Mae Strickland,
parents--Britney and Chris
Strickland.
Four years: first place,
Lauralai Blair Brannen,
parents--Breanna and Charles
Brannen; second place, Lillee
Anna McCall, parents--Anna
Ellison and Josh McCall; third
place (tie), Aurelia Island,
parents--Erin and Keith Island;
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LOGGER OF THE YEAR


T.W. Byrd's Sons, Inc., will serve as


Grand Marshall for King Tree Parade


Florida's 2011 Logger of the
Year, T.W. Byrd's Sons, Inc.,
will serve as Grand Marshall for
the 56th annual Florida Forest
Festival King Tree Parade
Saturday, Oct. 22.
The Branford logging
company was recognized as
the state's
best logger
by the Florida
Forestry
Association.
In presenting
the award,
Bryan Olmert,
president of
the association
said that
"T.W. Byrd's
Sons, Inc., has
always been a
family oriented
logging
business,
dating back to The Byrd
the 1930's. The Byrd's Sons
Byrd familyhas in Florida Av
a long history
of logging
excellence. Operating in north
central and northeast Florida,
the company has an excellent
safety record, employs over a
dozen Florida Master Loggers,
and brings a total package to the
business table. Not only do they
set high standards, they exceed
them."
Perhaps the best part of
their story is the family and
generational heritage. Four
brothers, Jack, J.W., Earl and
Paul with their sister Benita


are the flagship of a multitude
of businesses under the Byrd
umbrella. All the siblings are
directly involved in the daily
operation of the various Byrd
enterprises. Their eleven (11)
sons and two (2) daughters are
all involved as well.


brothers Jack, J.W., Paul and
, Inc., pose after receiving the
ward from the Florida Forestry

"There is no finer forestry
and logging family anywhere
in the world than the Byrds's,"
said Jeff Doran, executive vice
president, Florida Forestry
Association.
"Jack, J.W., Paul and Earl,
their sister Benita and the other
professionals associated with
the company are held in high
esteem for their outstanding
service and strong ethical
standards. Florida will be well
represented as these loggers will


now be considered for regional
and national recognition,"
Doran said.
The Florida Logger of the
Year Award was initiated in
1987 to spotlight loggers in
the state who manage their
operations in compliance with
forestry best
management
Practices,
maintain
safe highway
and woods
operations,
use logging
personnel
-a n d
equipment
Sseffectively,
develop
unique
business
practices
and practice
Earl of T.W. high business
Best Logger e t h i c s .
Association. A logger
selection
committee
made up of foresters and loggers
from the Florida Forestry
Association and Southeastern
Wood Producers Association
choose district winners and then
an overall state winner.
The Florida Forestry
Association is the oldest
sate-wide, forestry trade
organization to represent the
interests of forest landowners,
wood producers, foresters and
the wood-using industry in
Florida.


Cash prizes and trophies
will be awarded for the top
three spots in the annual
Florida Forest Festival loader
competition, which will
begin at 1 p.m. on Saturday,


Oct. 22.
Registration will be open
from 12-2 p.m.; participants
must be 18 years old.
Coordinator Richard Schwab
invites "anyone who can run a


knuckle-boom motor" to join
the competition.
Sponsors for the event are:
Ring Power Corporation, Flint
Equipment and Tidewater
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Taking partin the2011 Florida ForestFestivalDistinguished Young Women program (formerly JuniorMiss) were:

(I to r) ShylaAbercrumbie, Chelsea Snodgrass, Caitlin Weatherly Delayne Martin, Leah Brannan, CarrieBeth Nowlin, Danye Rogers,

Kristin Blue, Ja'Brayla Bell, T'Keyah Peterson andKileyFaircloth. (Photos by Photos, Frames & Trophies)



Bell wins 2011 Florida Forest Festival title


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
"Wonbere" means "with joy"
in the Susu language, and that "
is what Ja'Brayla Bell filled the
stage with at the 2011 Florida
Forest Festival Distinguished
Young Women program
Saturday, Oct. 1.
The high school senior,
whose talent presentation was
a dance of celebration which
originated in the West African
country of Guinea, won the title
"Distinguished Young Woman
of Taylor County" and will
represent the community at all
upcoming festival events.
T'Keyah Peterson was named
first runner-up and CarrieBeth
Nowlin second runner-up.
Peterson won three additional First runner-up T'Keyah
awards: talent, fitness and Peterson also won talent,
self-expression. Nowlin fitness and self-expression
was presented the award awards.
for academic achievement
and her "Be Your Best Self' Broadway during an opening
presentation. number that thrilled.
Kristin Blue took home the Taking the stage were:
"Spirit of Distinguished Young Bell, Peterson, Nowlin, Blue,
Women" award and Kiley Faircloth, Weatherly, Chelsea
Faircloth won the second fitness Snodgrass, Leah Brannan,
award. Caitlin Weatherly won Delayne' Martin, Shyla
the community service award. Abercrumbie and Danye
From the opening number Rogers.
to the closing curtain call, After the opening number,
the evening was a crowning the audience was entertained by
salute to the principles of a baton routine from Clark and
the Distinguished Young the introduction of the evening's
Women program: scholarship, judges. Master of Ceremonies
leadership and talent. Greg Harden later shared the
The 11 participants, joined by spotlight with Clark, who
2010 Taylor County Junior Miss related her favorite moments
Marybeth Clark, transported the from the past year.
audience to the bright lights of Next came the physical
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fitness competition, with the
11 participants broken into
two groups for two dynamic
performances of fitness and
stamina.
Following that workout,
two very special guests were
welcomed to the stage-the
2010 Florida Forest Festival
Little King Logan Linton
and Little Queen Madyson
Robinson. Linton said his
favorite part of being little king
was being in the parades and
making new friends. Robinson
said being in the parades made
her feel "like queen of the
world."
Members of the Taylor
County Middle School Tumble
Team, coached by Lauren
Busack and Ashley Viola, were
then welcomed to the stage for
a performance of fantastic flips,
jaw-dropping stunts and dance
moves. The showstopper was a
routine where mascot Ayonna
Carter was spun like a human
jump-rope.
Tumbling across the mats
were: Captain Kaylyn Wright,
Co-Captain Jordan Crouse,
Co-Captain Kaila Padgett,
Stephanie Wentz, Razona
Parker, Maria Mitchell, Hannah
Noles, Dakota Cruce, Miracle
White, Logan Calhoun and
Hunter Brown.
Then it was time for the
participants to return to the stage
and back they came in a big
way for the talent competition.
Snodgrass took a dramatic turn
with a monologue based on a
poem written by Walt Whitman


Additional award winners at the 2011 Distinguished Young Women program were: (left to right) Kiley Faircloth,
who took one of two fitness awards presented; Caitlin Weatherly, who won the Community Service Award
sponsored by the Perry Woman's Club; and Kristin Blue, winner of the "Spirit of Distinguished Young Women"
award, which was voted on by her fellow participants.


shortly after the assassinatJon
of President Abraham Lincoln:
Nowlin left her mark with a
vocal performance of Lady
Antebellum's "I Was Here":
Brannan slid on stage in a
scene straight from "RiskN
Business" for a tumble routine:
Martin delivered a pow erful.
dramatic selection from "The
Color Purple"; Peterson o\w ned
the arena during a \ocal
performance of "Do\~n in
New Orleans" from the DisneN
movie "Princess and the Frog":
joy could be found in e\ern
move during Bell's dance of
celebration called KouKou;
Blue, wearing an antique
baseball uniform, stepped to
the plate for a rendition of
"The Mighty Casey at Bat";
Abercrumbie had nothing but
"L.O.V.E." for the audience,
singing the Nat King Cole tune
by the same title; Faircloth
tapped her way across the stage,
taking her cue from the musical
"Chicago"; Weatherly took up
her flute, sharing "The Flight of
the Bumblebee" with everyone;
and Rogers was "Born to Fly"
during a vocal performance of
the Sara Evans' original.
Additional entertainment for
the evening included Chelsea
Parker's performance of "Diva's
Lament' from the Broadway
hit, Monty Python's Spamalot;
she was later joined by Vanessa
Wray as they tap danced their
way through the finale song
from Fosse, Benny Goodman's
"Sing Sing Sing."
The final category of the
evening was self-expression.
Participants returned to the
stage wearing semi-formal
cocktail-length gowns of their
choice and shared answers
to questions they had drawn
at random earlier in the day.
Topics ranged from what the
young ladies would suggest as
improvements for the school
district to what they were most
proud of that their generation
created.
Capping the evening was
a slideshow presentation
featuring photos of participants
from childhood to today.
Then it was the moment
everyone had been waiting
for-the announcement of the
winners. Thundering applause
greeted each name called as first
the awards and then the court
were recognized. Bell broke
into tears when she heard her
name announced as this year's
"Distinguished Young Woman."


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(Top) Ja'Brayla Bell, the 2011 Florida Forest Festival
Distinguished Young Woman of Taylor County; (bottom
left) first runner-up T'Keyah Peterson and (bottom
right) second-runner up CarrieBeth Nowlin.


Marybeth Clark, the 2010 Florida Forest Festival Junior
Miss, presents winner Ja'Brayla Bell the "Distinguished
Young Woman" medallion.






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Say hello to Smokey!
The Florida Forest Service will be out in force at the festival Saturday, promoting fire safety and proper forest
management. Smokey Bear will be present, and children of all ages can walk through Smokey's cabin exhibit.
Joining Smokey will be DOF's own fire prevention clowns. There will also be a 13-foot-tall inflatable Smokey
overseeing the festivities. In addition to the fun and games, DOF will also have firewise community information as
well as a tractor plow unit and a new brush truck.


Heritage Luncheon


salutes the pioneers
Area forest industry retirees will be saluted at the 13th annual
Heritage Luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 12 noon. The lunch
is sponsored by the Florida Forest Festival, and Foley Timber and
Land Company. The Florida Forest Service will also contribute to
the event by displaying a collection of local historic pictures.
Event Chairman Ray Whitfield said invitations have been
extended for this special occasion "which highlights the heritage
of the forest industry in our county and the surrounding area."
For additional information, please call Foley Timber and Land at
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For 42 years, the Florida
Forest Services protected
and managed Florida's forest
resources.
The service then became the
Florida Division of Forestry.
Now 42 years later, the
division's name is once again
the Florida Forest Service.
Agriculture Commissioner
Adam Putnam, Representative
Elizabeth Porter and Florida
Forest Service Director Jim
Karels recently celebrated
the change and unveiled
the service's new logo
during a ceremony held in Lake
City.
"Each day, themenandwomen
of the Florida Forest Service put
their lives on the-line to protect
our natural resources, as well
as our businesses, homes and
families," said Commissioner
Putnam, speaking before a
crowd of members of the
newly-renamed Florida Forest
Service.
"The new name recognizes
not only your mission, but
also your role as public
servants."
The new name and logo are a
result of a measure passed by the
legislature last session to change
the name of the Department
of Agriculture and Consumer
Services' Division of Forestry
to the Florida Forest Service.
The legislation was introduced
by Representative Porter and
Senator Bill Montford.
"It is both my honor and
great pleasure to partner
with Commissioner Putnam
to sponsor this bill," Porter
said.
"This legislative measure
was an opportunity for me--
and for the state of Florida--to
recognize the important role
of the Florida Forest Service
both economically and in
terms of protecting our natural
resources."
The mission of the Florida
Forest Service is to protect
and manage Florida's forest
resources now and for future
generations. It manages more
than one million acres of public
forests and 16 million acres of
commercial forestland.
The Florida Forest Service
also protects more than 26
million acres of Florida's natural
resources, homes and business
from wildfire. On average, it
protects the state from 5,026
wildfires per year, which would
bum 203,000 acres, threaten
3,054 homes and destroy 38
homes.
Organized by the Florida
Board of Forestry in 1927, the
agency was originally named
the Florida Forest Service.
In 1969, legislation moved
the organization under the
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, renaming
it the Division of Forestry.
This year, the organization
resumes its original name,
but remains within the
department.
Although the name change
is effective immediately, the
transition from the Division of
Forestry to the Florida Forest


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Over time, the logos and signage
on various products, uniforms,


equipment and buildings will
be replaced, due to normal wear
and tear.


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Strutt Your Mutt begins at 5 p.m. Friday


Don't miss the "PAW-ty!"
Helping Hands of the Shelter
will host the second annual
"Strutt Your Mutt" contest
Friday, Oct. 21, at 5 p.m.
Held in conjunction with the
Florida Forest Festival Kids
Parade, the registration deadline


for the event is today
(Wednesday).
Forms are available at the
Chamber of Commerce. The
entry fee is $5 for one dog or $7
for two dogs.
Prizes will be awarded in
the following categories: best


bark, most patriotic, biggest
dog, smallest dog, shaggiest
dog, best kisser, best tail wagger
and "Best in Show."
Line-up will begin at the
comer of Washington and Green:
streets and pets will "strutt"
around the square prior to the


Kids Parade (which begins at
6 p.m.).
All proceeds go to assist the
animal shelter and spay/neuter
activities.
For more information.
please call Colleen at
371-1867.


Arts & crafts
abound 'under
the pines'at
Forest Capital
Park Saturday


Start your shopping
early--the arts and craft
show opens at 10 a.m.
Saturday.
Artisans and crafters from
around the region will be at
the Florida Forest Festival,
with approximately 75 vendors
set to showcase their wares this
year.
The arts and crafts area is
located in the fenced-in section
between the Garden Club
aAd :-FresPC-eapitT State
Museum on the festival
grounds.
. The 2011 line-up of arts and
crafts will include:
framed art and photography;
painted and carved gourds;
hand-crafted metal, glass
and beaded jewelry;
leather and wood crafts;
children's toys;
live plants;
handbags and quilts;
crystals and gemstones;
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wood;
dream catchers and Native
American art vases;
homemade jellies, jams,
preserves and candles;
handmade children's
clothing;
and Christmas items and
decorations.


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Classic cars will be on display "under the pines" at
Forest Capital Park Saturday, Oct. 22.

Classic cars on parade
The annual Florida Forest Festival Classic Car Show will once
again give hundreds of vintage car owners a chance to showcase
their rides in the King Tree Parade, as well as during an open
competition with trophies going to the top 40 participants.
The car show will be held at Forest Capital Park on Saturday,
Oct. 22, with judging held as the cars enter the park. Trophies will
be awarded around 2 p.m.
Registration for Saturday's show will be held from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. Dash plaques and goodie bags will be distributed for the first
100 registered vehicles.
The registration fee is $20 on the day of the show. For more
information, contact Cathy Chute of Motorvations at 850-838-
1168.
"We want to invite everyone to come out festival day and see the
hard work that has gone into restoring, preserving and maintaining
these cars," Chute said. "You'll be amazed.
"We would also like to thank Timberland Ford, Motorvations and
Advanced Auto Parts for sponsoring this event. Check out all the
banners to see everyone who has donated goods or services."
A Fireworks Cruise-In will be held Thursday, Oct. 20, from 4 to
10 p.m. at Motorvations, which is located on Industrial Park Drive,
during the annual "Fabulous Fireworks Display," which begins at
8 p.m.
Additionally, many of the cars will take part in the Antique Car
Gaslight Parade Friday, Oct. 21.
The cars will line up in the Save-a-Lot parking lot and leave at
7 p.m. The parade will make several runs around the courthouse
square, followed by a Sock Hop at Joyce's Main Street Cafe.


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