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Wed'. -' .1 a ,Two Sections

Noveinhber 23,2011 L L 50th year, No. 46
Si Bmwww.peTrrynewspapers.com


,'" : ', i O flhe Soutlh Since 1961


News Forum
Account opened for
crash victim
An account has been
opened at Buckeye Community
Federal Credit Union (BCFCU)
for Michael Pierce, who was
severely injured after being hit
by a truck while riding his bicycle
on U.S. Highway 27 Oct. 28.
Donations for medical
expenses and travel are
appreciated.

Watch for Santa in
downtown Perry
Downtown Christmas on the
Square will be held Friday, Dec.
2, from 5-8 p.m.
A tree lighting ceremony
will begin at 6 p.m. followed by
music from the First Baptist
Church Youth Group.
Children's activities and train
rides are planned, along with
a very special appearance by
Santa Claus.
Downtown businesses will
be open late that evening to
accommodate holiday shoppers.

Don't forget to buy a
toy...
If you plan to get a jumpstart
on your holiday shopping Black
Friday, don't forget to pick up a
toy to donate during the 2011
Toy Run benefitting Guardian ad
Utem.
The event will be held
Saturday, Dec. 3, starting at the
Taylor County Courthouse at 11
a.m.
The final destination is
Econfina Resort where
participants will enjoy lunch and
a free outdoor concert by Alibi.
Admission is a new,
unwrapped toy or a $20
donation.
Dockins Broadcasting
Group, Advanced Refrigeration,
Parrotheads in Perry-"dise,"
Econfina Resort and Sunrize
Stitches are sponsoring the toy
run.
Event t-shirts are available at
Sunrize Stitches,
For more information, please
call 838-5190.

American Legion
announces meeting
American Legion Post 96
welcomes Janet Blount Holmes
and Lavern Hawkins Moore as
guest speakers Tuesday, Dec. 6,
at 7 p.m.
The discussion will be on the
"buddy-buddy plan."'
All veterans and their families
are welcome.


Rifle/scope
combination
raffle underway
The Taylor County Law
Enforcement Torch Run for
Special Olympics committee is
.holding a drawing for a hunting
.rifle (with scope). ,
Tickets are $1 each and the
drawing will be held Dec. 23.
Tickets are available at the
Perry Police Department.
All donations, benefit local
'Special Olympics athletes.


Index
Wednesday 80

70% 650


48


Index
Editorial ............ A-2
Living ......... A-4
Religion................. A-6
Sports................. A-7
Community ......... A-9
Classifieds............. A-10



6 11111 JI 1 1


3 vehicle crash snarls traffic


A Palm Harbor woman was
airlifted from the scene of a
three-vehicle crash Sunday
evening that happened a few
miles south of Salem.
Katherine Freymuller was
the passenger in a 2001 Ford
Explorer driven by Maxwell
Freymuller, 63, that overturned
several times--passing through
the center median and both
northbound lanes of Highway
19.
During the crash, a trailer


being towed by the Freymullers
separated from the SUV, causing
the golf cart on the trailer to fall
off and enter the northbound
inside lane.
Wanda McElveen, 54, of
Perry, was traveling in the same
lane and was unable to avoid
hitting the golf cart. Her 1987
Ford F-150 truck continued
through the outside lane and
came to a final rest on the
shoulder of the road.
The impact pushed the golf


cart into the outside lane of
the highway, where a second
vehicle (driven by Michael
Evans of Palm Harbor) then hit
it.
He struck the golf cart with
the front of his 2000 BMW and
was able to come to a controlled
stop on the east shoulder of the
road.
The cause of the initial
crash was due to (Maxwell)
Freymuller oversteering back
onto the roadway after the


left tires of the trailer left the
roadway and entered onto the
west shoulder, Florida Highway
Patrol (FHP) Trooper J.M.
Beauford reported.
Traffic was diverted around
the scene for nearly three
hours to allow for clean-up as
items were strewn across the
highway and median for a good
distance.
The crash happened around
6:21 p.m. Katherine Freymuller
sustained serious injuries;


TCHS National Honor Society gives thanks


Taylor County High School's National Honor Society was thankful for the support it received for a Thanksgiving
canned good drive benefitting local food pantries. Some 1,223 cans were collected and distributed among the
agencies. Above, members and sponsor Jan Anderson are shown with boxes of food collected.


Maxwell Freymuller had minor
injuries and was .transported
by ambulance to; Doctors'
Memorial Hospitl. Neither
McElveen nor ,'Evans was
injured. Everyone involve' was
wearing their seatbeltos., ,.,
Assisting at the. scene -were
the Taylor County, Sheriff's
Office, Taylor County F,ire-
Rescue, FHP and Doctors'
Memorial Hospital Emergency
Medical Services (EMS).
Charges are pending. ,


Flood

insurance

discount for

proper ty

owners?
. Property owners al ndg3.lor
County's coastline id. riders
could soon seeW*In- ieased
discount oin -tier'flgfbod
insurance. .. .
The Federal -&:fiakgncy
Management Agencytt A)
recently contacted-:'&qunty
officials, alertinig' dthem' 'Ihat
the agency has '* 4.pr the
county's upgradeti-gaioity
Rating SystemT :(C -:ore
of Class 7 front s: $vous
Class 9. .-
The upgrade:: lised
on a study con4pelfere min
September 2016,:.l0Ai:_-k isn't
until late October- that, .the
announcement fromtW FEMA
arrived.
Property owners in special
flood hazard areas-along- the
coast and rivers which are most
prone to flooding--can expect
a 15 percent reduction under
"* Please see page 3


At 4th annual Blues & BQ festival



Join Mixon for a smoking' good time
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Myron Mixon, right, competed in last year's Triple
Crown event. He is shown with festival coordinator
Dawn Taylor.


Ready to


move in!
Goodwill Industries of the
Big Bend celebrated the grand
opening of its 11th apartment
complex for people with
disabilities Friday, Nov. 18,
here in Perry.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony
was held at the new complex,
located behind the Taylor
County Senior Citizens Center.
Residential applications are
still being accepted and officials
said they hope to have all
apartments filled by Christmas.
Supporters attending the grand
opening included: Dawn Taylor,
Goodwill representatives
Pat Brueckheimer, Lisa
Land, Calvin Melton, Jimmy
Cumbie, Erskin Wesson, Donna
"* Please see page 3


Myron Mixon, the
"winningest man in barbecue"
and featured judge on TLC's
hit television show "BBQ
Pitmaster," will be among
competitors getting all fired up
at the fourth annual Southern
Pines Blues & BBQ Triple
Crown showdown Dec. 9 and
10 at Forest Capital State Park.
He will also be available for
meet-and-greets, autographs
and book signing of his New
York Times bestselling book,
"Smokin' With Myron Mixon."
"We are so excited to have a
competitor of Myron's standing,
at the event. He competed in the
Triple Crown last year and had
a great time. We look forward
to an even bigger turnout this
year," Festival Coordinator
Dawn Taylor said.


Mixon is chief cook of Jack's
Old South Competition Bar-B-
Que Team.
"I started Jack's Old South
in 1996 as a way to promote


'Mixon's
bestseller.


-book -is a


our family BBQ; saute;, Which
was made by my mother and
father, Gaye and Jack ,Mixon.
Since the beginning, we.have
won more than 180- g-and
championships resulting in
some 1,700 total frophies, 30
state championships includingg
wins in Georkia,:l F'4rida,
Alabama, Virginia, 'Ar~sas,
Mississippi, Kentucky, Illinois,
South Carolina and Tennessee),
have been named Teai, of
the Year eight times arid won
11 national championships,"
Mixon said.
' The team has'. also taken
three first place whole hogs
at the Jack Daniels World
Championship Invitational
Barbeque Conipetitiot, and
*- Please see page-5


The 1 5-uriii complex is located on what was once the playground for the former Gladys Morse Elementary School.


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Editorial


A-2 Taco Times November 23,2011


'Concerned citizen' angry


over Neeley murder story


Dear Editor:
With all due respect 'to
journalism and the downturn in
these economic times, I found
it unconscionable that you
placed your financial pursuit
to "sell papers" by placing
Benny Neeley's murder (which
happened 36 years ago) on the
front of your paper as "news."
By highlighting Skip Jarvis
for "doing his job" by showing
up for the parole hearing is just
another way to embellish an old
story and promote your support
for Mr. Jarvis' political career
and pursuits. Guess every


politician needs a reporter in
their pockets.
You should be ashamed to
drag this horrific tragedy before
the family of Benny Neeley
- and have them re-live it, all
for the sake of promoting Mr.
Jarvis and your own financial
agenda...selling papers.
As someone recently said,
"It's like cutting open an old
wound and rubbing salt in it."
Mrs. Evelyn Neely and her
entire family lives with this
everyday without having to be
reminded of it. I'm sure nobody
in Perry would dare speak up on


this "sensationalism" but I felt I
had to. I was Benny's girlfriend
at the time and know he would
never have wanted his mother
to have to open the paper and
read this.
My question to you: do you
always put Mr. Jarvis or others
on your front page when they
attend a parole board hearing?
Isn't this the job we pay them
to do?
If not, you might want to
question your motives, which
appear very clear to me,
Morally concerned citizen,
Denise Lemings


Midweek

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THE GREAT AMERICAN TURKEY


Letters to the Editor


SealiIr center gives- thanks for donation

of 118 chairs from Fiddler's Restaurant


Dear Editor:
Thank -you- to Jim Hunt
.and Fiddler's Restaurant- for
donatog ,1148-. chairs to the
Tayvlierc'ioi .Citizens Center,
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of Perry.
The chairs are comfortable,
restaurant quality chairs that.
\ere much needed at our local
non-proit organization.


Ficjddr.'s Restaurant donated 1 1 8 chairs to the Tayl,
Senior Citizens Center.



-Taco TIuMes

Wednesday, November 23, 2011
1 '3 S. Jefferson Street P.O. Box 888
: Perry. Florida (850) 584-5513

DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publiher M.an:.icig Editor
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business Manaptr Ad entiig Dir[cor
ANGELA M.CASTELIUCCI KARIN % ILLIAMS
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WeroQk forward lo hearing Irom you' Our address is Perry, Newspapers. Inc, P 0
Bo.8M..Per~i Flonda 32348 e mail newsdesk@perrynewspapers com
Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


Donations -are always
welcome at the senior center
and can be included in yearly
income ta\ deductions.
Tablor Senior Citizens
Center staff

Family upset

over details in

murder story
Dear Editor:
Thank you for taking time
to talk with me Friday when I
stopped by with concern over
the front page article regarding
the parole hearing of murderer
Earl R Styer.
.Benny Neeley. was 'my
brother-in-law and dearly loved
by all his family and friends.
Many memories of him always
brings smiles to our. faces,
warms our hearts and now these
memories are our treasures.
I suppose these treasured
memories of Benny is the
,-, Please see page 5

Sensational

reporting?

Dear Editor:
It was with-great dismay that
I read your front page Nov. 18,
article about Benny Neeley's
killer and his recent parole
hearing. The details of the
murder of Benny Neeley are not
news. This piece was nothing
more than sensationalism at its
worst.
While I think I can safely
speak for our entire family
when I say that we are grateful
thit parole was denied and he
will remain in prison, it was
not appropriate to publish
grisly details of a 36-year-old
crime. Those who experienced
Benny's loss in 1975 already
live with it every single day,
", Please see page 5


Tha

cas


Outside the perimeters of my home,
I have assembled a curious cast of
characters for the Thanksgivings IFhave
enjoyed in this region, beginning 25
years ago.
t Tur trot
The first is a ivvid recollection not
only of the color and sound, but also
the movements of "Walk Like A Turkey"
as performed by Gail Veal at Rooms To
Grow Pre-School.
The children were enamored. They
wanted t,6 sing, and they did. They
wanted to strut, and they did. But the
most interesting sight of all for them,
was to watch "Miss Gail" authentically
walking. like a .turkey on a happy
sunimer day...
I can'f think about it without smiling.
And in the privacy of my home, I too,
have tried to walk like a turkey.
fturkeyLurre0
Turkey Lurkey, of course, made his
debut in society as part of another well
known cast of characters in the book,
"Chicken Little."
I loved the. book as a child; then.I
loved the book as a parent.
There's Loosey Goosey,, and we all
,know her.
There's Foxy-Loxey, and everybody
has encountered him.
There's Henny Penny, God bless her,
a woman after my own heart.
And the sky that is falling, which
makes it very realistic and adds some
drama, too.
What a great book.
The morals are as plentiful as the'
characters:
Don't be a chicken about life.
Don't borrow worry from tomorrow.
Don't be discouraged by those who,
don't work as hard as. they ought. DO
the right thing!
Clearly, while strutting in the privacy
of those kindergarten walls, and telling
turkey stories, "Miss Gail" was imparting
a kind of moral wisdom and hoping
the sky would, indeed, stay in place...,
at least until those precious, children
were picked up by their parents and
she could go home and put her tired
turkey feet up.
Turke?) Crispy
Flash forward to middle school where
the faculty worked like pilgrims to
prepare a Thanksgiving feast for the
community to enjoy.
I,'m from the South where we fry
absolutely everything, but none of us
had ever seen a turkey fried whole and
it was a marvel to behold.
To smell that grease and know
that we were going to eat something
fantastic, without having to travel on
the Mayflower or endure seven months
of dysentery, made it a glorious event
indeed.


inksgiving

t of characters
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Eating .'outside in the year's best
weather makes Thanksgiving
particularly memorable in North
Florida.

We've never fried a whole turkey (how
many gallons of oil does that require?)
but we did once cook one upon the
grill, and upon a beer can...how can
delicately describe it?
The turkey sat upon the beer can
which was partially inserted into the
ca\ity of the bird.
It was a strange operation to watch,
and I feared that it was either illegal or
immoral, but the end result was a Tipsy
Turkey which was really quite tasty too.
TCtfkey u'yur
"Are you sure he shot him between
the eyes?" I asked the husband with
deep skepticism.
He held up the dangling head of' a
turkey with a bloody shot between two
beady -nd glassy eyes.
The son was knee-high to a
grasshopper and he wasn't turkey
hunting. He was terrorizing trees and
an occasional: squirrel with his Red
Rider bb gun, when in\ the spirit :of
"even a blind hog finds an acorn every
now and then," he hit a turkey between
the eyes.
"We've got to eat him," the husband
said. "He's so proud."
Should we chastise him, congratulate
his dead-eye aim or play the lottery
because of his sheer good luck?
Parenting remains such a quandary.
"The turkey needs to bleed outside,"
I suggested politely,' "and when he's
given to me, I want him to resemble
what I see in a grocery store on a
styrofoam tray with plastic wrap and
an expiration date."
"It's not a domestic turkey,"' the
husband said.
"Do your best," I begged.
With great misgivings, we dined
upon Turkey Murky and found the
wild game delightful. There was never
a pilgrim or an Indian who took more
pride in providing the centerpiece for
Thanksgiving dinner.
So we gave appreciation to him and
thanks to God.
turkey theory
The turkey is a fine bird and deserves
to be the crowning achievement of a
Thanksgiving feast, if not a national
holiday, but let us' forget not to be
grateful...even if. we gather around a
meatloaf or a salad. Whether you walk
like a turkey, hunt the land upon which
you live or simply enjoy a day of rest in
a country which affords such freedom,
the meal should have thanksgiving as
its centerpiece.
And a little cranberry sauce on the
side. Happy Thanksgiving!


cal, State and Federal Government Directory
-an Fe e a


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


City of Perry
Mayor
Emily
Ketring
District 3
403 N ouincy Si
8510-584-9273


Taylor County
Commission
Chairman
Pat
Patterson
District 5
P0 .Bolt1123
850-584-6658


Florida
Representative
Leonard L.
Bembry
District 10
304 NW: riieA Blid i
Madison, 32340
350-488-7870


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Florida
Senator
Charles
Dean
District 3
415 Tompkins St.
Inverness, 34450
866-538-2831


Florida Governor Rick Scott
Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St.,
Tallahassee, FL 32399 850-488-4441
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio
United States Senate
Washington D.C., 20510 202-224-3041
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
111 North Adam St., Suite 208,
Tallahassee, FL 32301 850-942-8415
U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland
3116 Capital Circle NE, Suite 9
Tallahassee, FL 32308 850-561-3979


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A-3 Taco Times November-23, 2011

Staff commended for improved score :

County qualifies for 15% flood insurance discount


INSURANCE DISCOUNT
Continued from page 1
Class 7, up from the five percent
reduction earned in Class 9.
Property owners in other areas
will still see the five percent
reduction earned under Class 9.
. "The floodplain management
activities implemented by
your community qualify it for
a 15 percent discount in the
premium cost of flood insurance
for National Flood Insurance
Program (NFIP) policies issued
or renewed in Special Flood
Hazard Areas on or after Oct. 1,
2011," said Sandra K. Knight,
deputy associate administrator
for mitigation at FEMA said in
a letter to County Administrator
Jack Brown.
'This increase is based on a
field verification of your five-


year cycle CRS application."
The Taylor County
Commission acknowledged the
report at its meeting last week
and Brown credited county staff
with the improved score.
"If there are no NFIP
noncompliance actions, the
CRS rating for your community
will automatically be renewed
annually and a notification
letter will not be sent to your
community," Knight said in her
letter. "This renewal will occur
as long as your community
continues to implement the
CRS activities you certify each
October."
CRS, administered by the
National Flood Insurance
Program (NFIP), is a voluntary
incentive program that
recognizes and encourages
community. floodplain


management activities which
exceed the minimum NFIP
requirements.
According to NFIP, flood
insurance premium rates are
discounted to reflect the reduced
flood risk resulting from the
community actions meeting
the three goals of the CRS:
reduce flood losses; facilitate
accurate insurance rating; and
promote the awareness of flood
insurance.
CRS bases its score on,18
activities, which include map
information service, outreach
projects, flood, protection
information and floodplain
management planning.


Communities are ranked from
Class 10 to Class 1, which sees
the highest premium reductions.
Taylor County scored a 1633,
with Class 7 including scores,
1,500 to 1,999. Class 9, where
the county had been ranked, is
500 to 999.
"Please note Preferred Risk
Policies, applicable in Zones B,
C, and X, on your community's
NFIP Flood Insurance Rate
Map are not eligible for the
CRS discount," Knight said.
"Standard rated flood insurance
policies in Zones B, C, X, D,
AR and A99 are limited to a
CRS discount of 10 percent
in Class 1-6 communities


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OFF


and five percent in Class 7-9 zones already reflect significant
communities. The rates for these premium reductiornS'."

Goodwill president

attended ceremony


MOVE IN
Continued from page 1
Warlick and ,Randy Jones,
Goodwill-Big Bend CEO Fred
Shelfer, apartment manager
Gina Willoughby, 'Perry
Goodwill manager Laure


O'Neal, Rick Breer, Rusty
Noland, Si6e Everett. Lisa
Williams, Matt, Taylor, Nan
Faircloth, Richard ,Johnson,
Mike Smith, .Jeremy Bain,
Alan Carr,- Mike Scaringe,
Randy Newman and Charlie
Johns. .'


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A-4 The Taco Times November 23, 2011


Perry's Farmers Market puts


fresh collards on your table...


By DEBORAHSHEFFIELD
SHADY3RQOVE NEWS
For alldrig.time, I did not use
the word .'blessed," or ponder
my "blesdings" for life can be
difficult and., tiring...at times
feeling .fothihg like a blessing.
But a dear friend recently gave
me ac,;compilation CD of
beautiful music. Ironically,
now one' of "my new favorite
songsi'i -speaks:. of being
blessed.:that music reached my
soul, and even in these difficult
times, I realize that I am indeed
truly blessed Thank you
Robin oi6 helping me become
open to 'h'ow blessed I am and
realizing that:..
"Bejng- tharikful is about
lettingg'g Pf what we wish we
had, rfther than having or
getting all we want or wish for.
Blessings ,are everywhere when
we are .open, to. them."-from
another friend at the Center for
Financial..;-S'cial Work in
Ashevil :N,C.-,What a great
time for thankfulness!

Sweet collards
Sp ekiigi 'of thanks, during
this vweek" of' -Thanksgiving:
thank ".oodn6ss for the Perry
Dowft6rwn'Farmer's Market! I
cannot believe* the 'beautiful
and generous bundle of turnips
and greens I bought at the
Farmer's Market last week! The
collards are beautiful, after our
cold nights, and they will be
delicious -and .sweet for
tomou jw's celebration! The
gentleniala saidlhe would also
be there today--so there is still
time foi, swet' collards for
Thanksgiving!. My
Grandmother Annie Mae
Sheffield, skold. her produce,
jams and pickled peaches at the-
Madionz Farmer's Market' for
many years. It is wonderful
that we are creating our very
own herpip'Taylor County...she
would -lovb. jt ail probably be
at the heart of the market!

Sl.aalh buy at
Farmers Market
Thereare several people who
grow, geat .produce, but don't
use computers, or Facebook.
For all.f you-l. give you this
information here, in my little
column directly from their:
computer website: "The Perry
Dow6to,wn iarmner's Market
provide arrent-free and central
locatipn for -aylor County
farmers/gardeners to sell their
produce. Stop b3y City Hall to
fill out I vendor form. Any one
can do ,it..Ik you have self-
growq producee, you can sell it
without .a license or permit.-
Selltng,.wholesale produce you
purchased, for resale requires a
license and permit. Produce
such as;_> peppers., peas.
tomaibe s%'iiasu and corn N ill


become available starting about
late April or May till winter.
Greens and cabbage: type
produce are more Jof a
fall/winter crop but could be
year-round. We cannot allow
the selling of live animals
without'the presence of an
inspector per the Department of
Agriculture." All you need to
do to become a part of this
exciting new downtown Perry

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feature is pick up a copy of the
vendor rules available at City
Hall. Let's build our own
market of good food, from good
people right here! 'Address:
603 S. Jefferson Street, Perry,
FL 32347 and telephone
number: 843-4157.

Christmas Parade
There are some people we
want to add to our list of
generous folks from our
wonderful Mullet Fry and
Auction last month -- Wendy
.Cruce of .the. Shady, Grove
Citizens Council ,is invaluable
to it, and we all want to say,
"Thank you!'! Poppa. Jim's
Seafood Grill was another
merchant. who generously
donated a gift certificate, and
we want to thank April and Mr.
Sammy for'their support.
We can't forget about
Thanksgiving, but I do want to
remind you all of the great time
we had last year at the Shady
Grove Christmas Parade.. This
year is sure to be even better!
My cousin, John Heath
Andrews, will be one of the
judges at the Chili Cook-
Off...last year's chili was all
delicious: I put a, couple of
spoonfuls of each one in a bowl
and created a new contestant!
Good luck, John Heath. Florrie
Burroughs has contributed, an
announcement that I would like
to share:

From Miss Florrie
The, community of Shady
Grote is'busi'getting ready for


the second annual Country
Christmas Parade on Dec. 17.
The parade line-utp begins at 10
a.m.. and the parade gets
underway at 11. For arts and
crafts booths, contact Claire
Hatcher at 850-584-8370; for
parade entries and information
contact Florrie Burroughs at
850-584-6343 or 850-838-
6692. After the parade there
will be hot dogs and chili at the
Shady Grove Community Park.
For general information about
the event, call Claire Hatcher or
Florrie Burroughs.

I am so very blessed!
Although I will not be at the
Christmas Parade this year...my
daughter is graduating from
Washburn University (my alma
mater) on Dec. 16 in Topeka,
Kan.--I hope you all enjoy the
hard work and Christmas spirit
of Miss Florrie and the entire
i Shady Grove Citizens Council!
SIwill be with my little family in
Kansas while you all enjoy the
festivities of a Christmas in
Shady Grove here. For this
Kansas visit and for all the
Blessings in my life, I am so
very thankful!
Grandma clipped and saved
everyone of her little columns
and Aunt Nita gave them to me
--who knew when I was busy
going to college and4raising my
children that one day I would
be back here, perusing
Grandma's words, learning
more about her and her life
long after she was gone? With
you, I share her recipe for
Pecan' Stuffing (from April 4,
1990) in hopes that you all are
open this year to your blessings
as well...

Grandma's Pecan
Stuffing
1 onion chopped
1/2 c. celery
1/2 c. butter
1/2 c. chopped green pepper
1/2 clove garlic
1 t. salt
1/2 t. black pepper
5 c. of stale bread crumbs or
Pepperidge farm stuffing
1 1/2 c. chopped pecans
(I think I will add some
Craisins, too)
Cook onion, celery, pepper
and seasonings in butter. Stir
well, mix lightly with
remaining ingredients. Makes
6 cups.

From 1996...
On life's busy thoroughfares
we meet with people unaware.
So Father, make us kind and
wise, so we may always
recognize, the blessing is ours
to take, the friendships that are
ours to make, if we open our
heart's door wide to let the
sunshine of love inside.


The Thompsons' classic bungalow has been "a work in progress" for 24 years as
the couple turned a house into a home.


Thompson bungalow featured


on this year's Tour of Homes


Built in 1910, this simple cottage bungalow on
Julia Street has been the home of Chet and Terry,
Thompson for 24 years. On Dec. 4, it will be
among six homes featured on the Holiday Tour
of Homes, sponsored by the Perry Woman's
Club.
When the Thompsons purchased the home in
1987, their initial renovation involved gutting the
kitchen and bathrooms, .removing dropped
ceilings, refinishing heart pine floors, adding
closets, painting and wallpapering throughout.
, "The home had been empty for a year, and
repossessed by the bank, but we loved the simple
details and classic :bungalow features--the high
ceilings, front porch, fireplaces, wood, floors and
great circulation, as well as the location' in town."m
Subsequent renovations added a sunroom and
back entry porch as well as renovations to the
garage apartment. Though contractors have been
involved, much of the work has been
accomplished with the help of their families and
now grown sons. "The Thompsons are always


Allie Anna English


planning future projects and upgrades, and live
by the philosophy that when you finish your
house, you die," said Iris Parker who, with
Jeanne Raulerson, is chairing this year's tour.
The goal for the couple has always been
establishing a home for raising and
homeschooling their three children "and for
ministering to the community rather than an
authentic restoration." At various times, the
home has housed Sunday School classes, Bible
studies, church home groups and a ballet studio.
"Through the years, the personality of the
house has taken over and we have added simple
antiques, classic reproductions, family cast-offs
and pottery from our, travels. We admire the arts
'arid crafts movement and,try to embrace the
design, philosophy of founder William Morris,
'Have nothing in your house that you do not
know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.."'
Tour tickets are. $10, available from any
member, at Bums Monument Company or Cox
Electronics.


She's 1 on Turkey Day

Allie Anna English, the daughter of.Jamie and Gena English,
will celebrate her first birthday on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 2:4.
Maternal grandparents are Karen Taylor, David and Jaki Crouse.
Her maternal 'great grandparents are Ann Taylor, the late Gene
Taylor, Bill and Sue Wilson.
Paternal grandparents are Wayne and Bonnie English. The
birthday girl's paternal great grandparents are the late G.W. and
Blannie English, Hamp and lona Walker.
Joining in the party will be her big sister, Addison Anne, who is
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PSC approves Progress Energy's 2012 fuel costs


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The Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC) on Tuesday
approved Progress Energy
Florida's 2012 fuel costs--the
final element of the total 2012
.price.
The overall price for a
residential customer using
1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh)
per month will be $123.19
beginning with January 2012


billing.
This change comes after
two' years of bill reductions
and represents .a three percent
increase compared to $119.34
per 1,000 kWh per month
currently charged, PEF officials
said.
The average commercial
customer bill will increase three
to four' percent, and the average


industrial customer bill will
increase four to five percent.
New prices will take effect with
the first billing cycle in January
2012.
"The 2012 price reflectsour
prior decision to reduce short-
term spending on the proposed
Levy County nuclear project and
is offset by an increase in fuel
costs due to the unavailability


United Way donation
The Perry Rotary Club recently presented the United Way a $250 donation toward
its 2011 campaign. Shown above, Rotary President Mark Viola (left) hands the check
to fellow-Rotarian and 2011 Campaign Co-Chair Pam Rigoni-Parker (center) and
United Way Campaign Associate Glenda Hamby.


of the Crystal River Nuclear'.
Plant," said Vincent Dolan,
president and CEO of Progress
Energy Florida.
"We remain committed
to return the Crystal River
Nuclear Plant to service, as it
is our lowest-cost generation
unit and provides: carbon-free
electricity to the more than 1.6
million families and businesses
that depend on us."
The approved changes, based
on a monthly, 1,000-kWh
residential bill include:
. New nuclear generation:
$2.86; a $2.67 decrease of
nearly 50 percent;
Energy-efficiency
programs: $2.88; an 11-cent
decrease;
Environmental compliance:
$5.45; a 54-cent increase;
Fuel: $48.60; a $3.99
increase;
Purchased power: $11.74; a
$2 increase. ,
Previously, the PSC approved
a nearly 50 percent reduction
to the new nuclear generation
charge, \a slight reduction to
the energy conservation charge
and a modest increase to the
environmental compliance
charges.
PEF's environmental
compliance charges recover
the costs of environmental
investments required by state
and federal law. Environmental
improvements at. PEF's two
largest coal-fired units, Crystal
River 4 and 5, now allow the
company to use lower-cost
coal while reducing the plant's
average annual emissions by
80 percent (nitrogen oxides by
approximately 93 percent and


sulfur dioxide by approximately
97 percent), company officials
said.
' The largest portion of the
three percept increase is the
fuel charge, which recovers
the actual cost of fuel, mainly'
natural gas and .coal, used to
generate electricity, officials
added. Due to the extended
outage at the company's Crystal
River Nuclear Plant, Progress
Energy Florida is using more
natural gas, which is the lowest-
possible-cost resource next
to nuclear, to meet customer
needs. .
In 2012, residential customers
will pay about 6 cents more per
1,000-kWli for fuel due to the
extended outage. The company
makes no profit from the fuel
portion of the customer bill,
officials said.,
Progress Energy also received


Admissio


an increase to its chased
power charge in order to lock
agreements for more natural
gas-fired purchased power
at today's %ery loq natural
gas prices. Utilities' routinely.
purchase power to ensure
customers' energy. nds are
met in the most edst-effective
manner possible, officials s
said.
The base:Hfato'.?pafion of
'the customer 51ff1')filly remain
stable through i012,'following
a 2010 agreeme'ntr i Progress
Energy pursued. withe consumer
advocate groups the, Florida
Attorney General and the Office
of Public Counsel; ,r-
For more information about
Florida rates i .and ji detailed
breakdown 'of t- asrocurrent
residential customer bill, visit
www.progress-erierg .com/
floridarates. b


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to blues, BBQ ,fst


MIXON,
Continued from page 1
was named Grand Champion
at the World Championship
competition in 2001, 2004 and
2007. ,
As a result of its success
throughout various BBQ
circuits, the team has been
featured on several television
networks, including the Food
Network, Discovery. Channel,
the History Channel, the Travel


Channel and the BBQAll Stars
on the Versus Networlck '.
He also appeared Kon Jay
Leno's Tonight 'Show' Conan
and The Late 'Late, Show with
Craig Furgeson. -,
' Mixon also has a .line
of Jack's Okld 'SbIh' grills,
smokers, sauces and,rqbs.
The blues, and. BBQ.festival
will begin at 4 p rp.,Friday and
continue throygh-b ^Saturday.
Admission to, -the two-day
festival is free,.- ", ,


Letters to the Editor .... S ... ... ..... .. ... .

Turned-in animals on the rise at shelter; volunteers seekhelp


,Dear Ed~itor: Helping Hands of. the Shelter, abide by the request they be animals were turned in to energy, but. the love received Helping Hands~of the Shelter,
;"Tis 'the. season" and Inc., recently handled a plea kept as pets. the .shelter. 'Animal Control in return is Wvell, worth : the Inc. works .with -thy ,animal
everyone welcomes the giving from an owner desperate to find. A local death resulted in an Coordinator Smith said, "The effort. However, the adoption shelter to locate:, (loving
.na ... rcivuin s irit from'famil a nhome forfr 20 o -ts The owner owner not beingo able to-care turn-ifhs began early .in the rate in Taylor County- is viery homes-for-animals their shelter


friends and neighbors. The asked the goats go to, one owner
local animal shelter has recently and be raised as pets. The call
,been the recipient of many.Ji,v.e,. went. ot and a man, who, raises
gifts -- more than usual. goats, willingly added them to
Martha Wiggins, president of, his herd promising he .would

'Where is common sense,

courtesy and respect?'


MURDER
Continued from page 2
reason I and several others feel
that the "tabloid-type" detailed
description of w hat happened to
him is so offensive.
I am not a journalist, but I' do
have a sense of what is news
and what is sensationalism...I
belie, e your article would have
been sufficient -"news" at sa) ing
the man was in prison for the
murder of Benny Neeley, was
denied parole, Skip Jarvis did
his job.
I don't know who provided'
you with the news release and


if they provided all the detail,
but you have editorial control.
Where is common sense,
courtesy and respect?
I know you' shouldn't be
reporting' news through rose-
colored glasses, but there is a
plate to draw the line.
I thought I was purchasing a
newspaper about my hometown
nev s....not a tabloid.
There is another one coming
up for parole November 30th.
I prhy 'that he is denied parole
too, but I also hope we dofi't
have a repeat of this article.
Thank you,
Earline Blanton Neeley


for 13 dogs. Helping Hands
of the Shelter, Inc. along with
Animal Control. 'Coordinator
Carrie Smith arranged for these
dogs to be immediately passed
through to Bonnie Brinson
of Cauzican. Animal Rescue
in Crawfordville. After they
were been bathed, groomed and
'checked by a vet, some animals
will be available for adoption
from Cauzican, and the rest will
be sent to breed-specific rescue
groups for placement in loving
homes.
On Monday, Nov. 14, 31


morning and seemed to continue
all day. It was all we could do
to handle them." Sixteen dogs
and 15 cats filled the kennels.
Several of these have already
gone to Cauzican Rescue. Some
will be available for adoption
at the Taylor County Animal,
Shelter.
Local organizations work
diligently to insure the dogs and
cats received by the shelter are:
treated with care and prepared
for adoption or placed with
rescue organizations. Animal
adoptions require time and


Fire department thanked

for painted-red hydrants

Dear Editor: fire hydrants red and fire trucks
To the fire 'department, I red. That was what we were
would like to say thank you for taught as a child and will know
painting the fire hydrants back forever.
to red. They look great. Please paint
The lime green just faded the rest of them.
into the scenery. I like to see '"Lou Raulerson


low.
During :October one cat
and three dogs were adopted.


receives. -
S, lping Hands
. ofthe Shelter


Family'did not deserve

to relive'1975 murder


SENSATIONAL
Continued from page 2
and did not deserve to relive it
when they purchased copies of
your newspaper on Friday.
Furthermore, it astonishes me
that your staff writer did not even
attempt to contact surviving
members of Benny's family
for comments concerning the
petition for parole, as any real
journalist would have done. It is
clear to me that she did nothing
but regurgitate the details of
the case as relayed by State
Attorney Jarvis. This is lazy,
inept reporting. .
You are certainly not required


by any law to consider how a
victim's family w ill' feel about
an article that ~Yoti'choose to
publish in Nour newvipaper.
You should, 'however, be
compelled by a'' ense of
professional ethics ot to
publish thosee deiilh that
-serve no purpose' other than
to entertain 'the public while
dredging up -i'excruciating
memories fori't iSe>ho love
Benny. And''n a smalI, close-
knit town such as"Pe'r, please
don't forget that BernIny's loved
ones and your friends and
neighbors areioe. axd m& same.
""'Yos truly,
1 Erin rkmanbling


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Sunday at 1st Presbyterian


FSU string quartet performs for Evensong
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Evensong worship slated
To celebrate the beginning of the Advent
Season; First Presbyterian Church will hold an
Evensong: Worship service on Sunday, Nov. 27,
at 6 p.m. A string quartet from Florida State
University will perform during the service.
Afterwards, a time of fellowship will be
enjoyed with refreshments and the opportunity to
create Chrismon decorations in the fellowship
hall.
Powe to speak at Youth Day
Little St.: John Missionary Baptist Church will
celebrate, Youth Day on Nov. 27 at 4 p.m.
featuringDavonta Powe as guest speaker.


Currently a sophomore at Floridaw A & M
University, Powe is studying to become a
pharmacist.
For additional information, please call Destiny
Glanton at 363-0850 or Barbara Poummer at
838-7745. "Youth, let's make the devil mad and'
show him he has no control over us!"
Need counseling?
The Rev. Dr. Robert R. Lutz is available for
individual and couples counseling by calling
(850) 843-3083. You can leave a confidential
message with a return phone number. Sessions
take place at First Presbyterian Church with fees
negotiated on a sliding scale.


Davonta Powe


Obituaries ___


Arthur Flowers
Arthur Flowers died Friday,
Nov. 18, 2011, at Marshall
Health.
A native of Belize, he had
lived in Perry since 1944.
Mr. Flowers was preceded in
death by: three daughters
Cynthia Miller, Jean Flowers
and Evelyn Nixon.
He is survived by: his wife,
Jeanette ,G. Flowers of Perry;
four daughters, Sylvia Flowers,
Belize City, Belize, Teresa
Franklin ,f, Gainesville, Jackie
Sneed and Sandra Spanks, both
of Perry; six sons, Paul Flowers
of Perry, Patrick Sneed of
Upper Marlboro, N.D.,
Anthony ,Sneed of Hattiesburg,
Miss., Troy Sneed, Orange
Park, Arturo Flowers and
Randall Jilett of Perry; 34
grandchildren;, 14 great
grandchildren; and three great,
great grandchildren.
Services will be held on Nov.
26 at 11 iri Antioch Missionary
Baptist Church with Pastor
French officiating.
Interment will follow at
Springhill Cemetery.
Visitation will be held, at
Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church on 'Nov. 25 from 4-7
p.m.
In lieu of flowers, family
and friends may make a
donation, to, the National
Kidney Foundation
(www.kidney.org/support)
which is located at 1040
Woodcpcfk Rd. Ste. 119,
Orlando, FL'32803-3510 or by
calling 800-622-9010.
Evans-Walker is in charge of
arrangements.

Ernestine
Washington
Ernestine Washington, 82,
died Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011,
in Perry.
A native of Sanford, she was
born Nov. 28, 1928, and had
lived in Perry for 50 or more
years.
She was a member of


Card of

Thanks'

S Sritt
Thank,'you for attending
Ma'Shyia Britt's birthday party.
Thanks , for not only,
remembering her birthday, but
also all the gifts, cards and'
love she received.
You, truly made her first
birthday special.
From the Britt Family, the
Gaddy Family and Lisa J.


Springhill Missionary Baptist
Church, Springhill Church
Usher Ministry, the Hospitality
Committee, Heroines of
Jericho, the Hostess Club and
Eastern Star. She was a former
employee and lifelong friend of
Jim and Suzanne Bassett, and
family.
Mrs. Washington is survived
by: one stepson, George
Williams; two nieces, Yolanda


'Arthur Flowers


Haynes and Janie Yates of
Jacksonville; and three
grandchildren.
The family will receive
friends from 5-7 p.m. Friday,.
Nov. 25, at Trinity Funeral
Home which is in charge of
arrangements.
Services will be held at
Springhill Missionary Baptist
Church at 2 p.m. Saturday,
Nov. 26, with burial following
in Springhill Cemetery.
Phillip McKay
Williams Sr.
Phillip McKay Williams Sr.,
75, died on Nov. 16, 2011,
after a long battle with cancer.
He was a retired deputy with
27: years of service in the,
Marion County Sheriffs
department as well as a
professional hypnotist.
He was preceded in death by
his first wife, Francis, and his
second wife, Madeline; his
mother, Murele Charlton; and
two daughters, Pam Roberson
and Vickie Meyers.
He is survived by his
children, Jerry (Kathy)
Williams of Alabama, Sandra


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TAYLOR COUNTY

DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Two (2) vacancies will be available at year-end.

The Board of Directors is now accepting applications
to fill two (2) vacancies, appointed by the Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners.
, The applicants must be 18 years old or older.
The applicants should:
* Be a resident of Taylor County.
* Be willing to attend all board meetings.
* Be willing to complete a two-year'term.
* Be willing to support TCDA's main goal of job creation.
* Be willing to attend annual strategic planning sessions.
Interested applicants should submit a single page resume
outlining their interest in serving on. the TCDA Board, their
experiences or qualifications that would add to the potential of
the TCDA Board, and any other information the applicant deems
pertinent.
Completed resumes must be received at the TCDA office by 5
p.m. Tuesday, December 6, 2011. No resumes will be accepted
after that time.
The TCDA is located at 103 E. Ellis Street in the Historic Perry
Station. The mailing address is P.O. Box 449, Perry, FL 32348.
Our telephone is 584-JOBS (5627).
All applications must be submitted in writing.


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Bulldogs fall by one point to Yulee
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BY AARON PORTWOOD
The Taylor County Bulldogs
came up one point short in an
epic 42-41 shoot-out thriller
Friday night in Nassau County,
falling to the Yulee Hornets in
the first round of the Class 4A
playoffs. (
The Bulldogs turned in their
best offensive game of the
season--actually out-gaining
Yulee 513-349--and matched
the Hornets score for score--
before special teams' miscues
ultimately ended Taylor
County's chances at pulling off
a huge first-round upset.
As expected, Yulee was
led by one of the nation's top
running back recruits in 5-star
junior prospect Derrick Henry
who handled 42 of the Hornets'
47 offensive snaps, carrying the
ball 34 times for 283 N ards and
4 TDs and completing his only
pass attempt (a trick play jump
pass) for a 23-yard ID. '
Henry, who has already
committed to olav at the


Uni\ersait of Georgia. broke
the Northeast Florida career
rushing yardage mark (7,479.
yards) set by former UF star
CiatrickFason mida\ through
the second half. ,
In just three \ears of \arsity
football. Henrr no"\ has 7,620
career rushing \ards and 92
touchdo% ns, needing onl\ 4
to break Fason's record of 96.
Henrn is on pace to eclipse
NFL Hall of Famer and former
Dallas Co boss star Emmin
Smith's state record of 8,804


career yards gained at Pensacola
Escambia.
In an effort to. keep the ball
out of Henry's hands, the
Bulldogs kicked away from the
dangerous return man all night.
However, as a result Taylor
averaged only 12 yards per punt
and opted to.give the Hornets
excellent starting field position
by not kicking the ball deep
on kickoffs and risking a long
return touchdown.
Squib kicks, ,:shanked
punts and .poor kick 'coverage
combined to give Yulee an
average starting field position
of their own 47 yard line. Six
of the Hornets' drives began at
midfield or on Taylor County's
side of the field.
Meanwhile, the Bulldogs'
average start was their own 37
yard line.
Two failed extra point
attempts (one blocked) proved
to be crucial.
Despite the huge difference
in starting field position, the


Bulldogs had a chance to fie or
pull ahead %with 2:07 remaining
in the game when QB Daniel
Wentworth found fellow
sophomore Moral Stephens on
a48-yard. TD pass.
Ho,we\ er. Brian Wilder's PAT
"as wide right as hehurried to
get the kick off in the face of
Yulee's daunting kick block
unit that included Henry, who
blocked an earlier extra-point
kick and nearly got to another.
The Bulldogs attempted an
onside kick, but it was covered


by Yulee, who ga\c the ball
to Henry on fourof the final 6
plays to run the clock out.
The 42-41 "\in %%as Yulee's
third one-point ictor\ of the
season and tie school'ss first-
ever plavyot \ in
"They must have a horseshoe
or something," joked Bulldogs'
Head Coach Steve Price.
"Yulee is a good football team
and Henry is a great player. We
knew we had a big" challenge
with him and their other stand-
out Kelvin Rainey. Overall,
their team was better than they
looked on film and they had a
hard-hitting defense."
The two teams traded the lead
four times and were tied ,four
times in a game that saw both,
offenses score on 6 of their 12
possessions arid combine for
826 yards of offense and 83
points. ,
*"I was-pleased with the way
our, team kept coming back
time and time again. I am really
proud of the way we performed.
There were many opportunities
in this game (and this season)
for our guys to quit, and they
never did. I am so proud of
them," Price said..
When asked about the final
minutes of the game, Price said
he felt it was safer to kick the
PAT and tie than risk going for
the 2-point conversion and the
lead.
"My experience in high
school .football is that more
games are lost than they are
won. I believe the easiest way
to score in that situation is a
kick, and Brian has been almost
automatic on PATs all year,"
Price said. "I thought we wvoild
tie it up and let them make a
mistake or go to overtime.
"I think he was impacted by
the blocked PAT earlier and the
fact they almost got to another
one. We had not been protecting
real well on extra point kicks,"
Price added.
"Hindsight- is 20-20, but
while we made it look easy
moving up and down the field
all night, at times they did a
good job of shutting down the
run inside and they had their -
corners locked tight on our
receivers down at the goal line:
"I just felt that kicking to
tie the game and then trying to


Jalan Jackson (4) and Justin Becerra (24) combine for a tackle on a Yulee-'s'rerrick
Henry with KJ Johnson rushing in to help during Friday night's action. : "'


stop them was the right move,
but I have re-lived it 1,000
times since then..!..and right
now I have to say I wished I
would have gone for it (2-point
conversion)," 1Price admitted.
"We .gave them possessions
deep on our side of the field
three times. I don't blame our
kids or our kicker or our special
teams. The onside kicks, squib
kicks and trying to keep it away
from Henry on punts had an:
impact on field position. We
were trying to steal a possession
all night. That is why we went
for the fake punt. We just didn't
cover well on special teams.,We
are .going to spend significant
time on special teams this
offseason and next spring?. .
The Bulldog,,deferise;'ldid,,
manage to almost make Henlry
look human .during the first
half, as he took 19 of Yulee's
22 snaps out of the Wildcat
formation, but was held to
only 81 yards and 2 TDs on 16
carries thanks mostly to two
bad snaps that sailed. over his
head for -37 yards.
Those two bad snaps (one
recovered by sophomore Percy
Jacobs) and some outstanding
defensive plays by KJ Johnson,
Calub Murphy, Ja\ol is NlcNeal,
Connor Bishop, Jalan Jackson,
Justin Becerra and Darick Ward,
helped hold Yulee scoreless on
their next 4 possessions after
the Hornets scored quickly on
,their first two series to take a
14-7 lead.
After a quick punt on: their
first series, Taylor County



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scored on 3 of their next 5
possessions to build a .20-14
halftime lead.
The Bulldogs alternated
quarterbacks Eli ,.Grambling
and Daniel Wentworth on every
other possession, and both had "
success moving the offense.
Wentworth completed 14 of
21 passes for 199 yards and 3
TDs and rushed 7 times fodr 24
yards and another TD, while
Grambling carried 16 times
for 92 yards and 2 Tbs: and
completed 6 of 14 passes for -
110 yards and 2 interceptions..
After Taylor went 3-and-outit
and punted to start the game.
Yulee needed just two plays
to score from the Btuld:'."
38 v.ard line, ias 'Henrn took
aI shotgurf"snap. jh-se4,pe' L
inside and bouncedi:iri' oti ilk.
left side for a 30-yard TD just
over 2 minutes into the game.
On the Bulldogs' second
drive, Wentwoirth,. led a 10-
.play, 67-yard scoriing d ive that
included three 3id oi -th down
conversions.
On 3rd and 11, Wentworth
completed a 31-yard sideline
pass to Jackson for a Ist down
and then pitched: to Jacques
'Freeman for a 9-yard gain on
a crucial 4th and 3 option play
four plays later at the Yulee 30.
After hitting Jackson in
the. corner, of the endzone for
a 21-yard TD pass (that was
called back due to an offensive
pass interference penalty),
Wentworth converted another
big 3rd down when he found.
Jackson again on the exact



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same play for a 31 'ad TD on
a key 3rd and 26_ p'l) vih 4:49
left in the first tu'arter'.
Wilder's PA.T ted 'tke game
at 7-7; '
A 41i-i-ard '" kickoff return
gave Yulee greai' (artiri field
position at thet l tide"' 30-
yard line, and 'ienrv scored
from 9: :ds out jilst three plaN s
later to ge the Hotnelts a 14-7
'lead tt h 3:24' feh pl)' in the
,first quarter. .' :
Strawter's .'52-~'l ckoff
return set the" BuIl'd6, sup in
good field position ht'th' Yulee -
Z .. . . .4
44, and Graming'. eYigineered
a 6-play scoh'if dfe that
featured two 'ni 5'pasaes to
Jackson (12-Naird 'sWing pass
and' 23-y itIslanr'pasp before
capping, the d"ri've 'ith three
stai.,i_' tQB 'keeper. 'and a
1-yard TD runii'~i:nd ecerra
and Justin McGMie.7.(':`'' .
Wilder's PAT fied tie game at
14-14just before'tfib ~id of the
1st quarter.
Taylor's deMins& W8ked 'a
punt, but \\en,(worth'rmVniaged
only a 13-yard`pass to S'ephens
before he was forced. ;0 punt
and shanked t lc.oht of
boutds-for onll'Il" ar.s
Jackson tackleol H6nf"':for a
13-yard loss on aruImble snap
and Yulee punted doT to the
Bulldogs' 13-yiu'd 1neI'
Grambling carrig1i g'Ftimes
for 34 yards behind McGuire,
Blaine BrenrmitSll'hAndrew
McBride. bet.; Ji. was
intercepted on'a sideline pass to
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LeGarrette Blount turned in the second quarter that made the with a left knee sprain, Blount
one of the top runs of the NFL highlight shows. has rushed fonipals and
season on Sunday as his Tampa The 247-pound Blount took a four touchdown ti Silion on
Bay Bucs (4-6) team fell to the handoff straight up the middle 118 carries. HehM."alstroaught
Green Bay Packers 35-26. and Was met by a host of Packer 8 passes for 72yards.
The former Taylor County defensive: players. He busted Last year he- becamee just the
High standout rushed 18 times the initial tackle then broke five second undrafttd l.playe.rrsince
for 107 yards Sunday but it was more on his way to paydirl. the 1970 mergi; to" rshhfor over
his 54-yard touchdown run in ,Despite missing two gaines ,000 yards as a ro'kie;;rF. '


(Top photo) Taylor County running back Jacques Freeman (2) looks for a seam.
(Bottom photo) Senior James Strawter rushes forward with blocking help from Brion
Scott (5) and Daniel Wentworth (18).


Tampa Bay Buccaneer LeGarrette Blount broke s\. tackles on his wa.i.t
touchdown rush during Sunday's action against the Green Bay Packe.f..-N
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Price: 'Challenging year, but a good one'


BULLDOGS"-
Continued from page 7
.Strawter in double coverage.
Henry ripped- off a 26-yard
gain before being stopped by
Johnson, Becerra and Jacobs
and losing anotherei high
snap that-.qas recovered by
Jacobs. '.
Wentworth made the Hornets
pay one plap, later with a 32-
yaird~l aas tb Strawter, who
scanA 4utouched to give
Taylor a 20-14 lead. Wilder's
PAT was blocked by Henry,
who bill shed up the middle
and 'blkked the ball with his
shoulder pad.
Thlinkfl tWo fackles by Wil


excellent field position at the
Yulee 20, but a short completion
to Stephens, a dropped TD pass
by Strawter and a four-yard loss
on an option pitch, to Smyrnios.
brought up 4th and 13 at the
Hornets' 23.
Wentworth's screen pass to
Stephens was stopped after only
a 3-yard gain to turn the ball
over on downs.
Just three plays later Henry
scored on ,a 67-yard TD run to
give the Hornets a 28-20 lead.
However, Grambling and the
Bulldogs answered right back
with an 8-play, 70-yard scoring
drive, keyed by Grambling's
25-yard pass to Scott and a 13-
yard run by Smyrnios.


Sophomore quarterback Daniel Wentworth (18)
carrie6the'ball during Friday's game against Yulee.


Tutefi-' McNeal, Ward and
Jacobs, the .Bulldog defense
stopped Yulee for a fourth
straight u:re;-forcing a punt
with:49-$ePeids remaining in
the "rst :.:
Sttg 'ro0m his oi.n 28,
Granri .I" got the Bulldogs
in sc nig-osi'non ,i nh an 18-
yard d'a 30-\ard pass to
Strba o.;q-to the Yulee 24.
A 9- Io;.'Jackson moved
the E'fl ,'don to the Yulee

H-iw r'er l'3rd and 10 with
undetrg'O0 seconds remaining,
tra~tling aqs intercepted on a
pass ;Aer,;4Sj1nddle at the goal
line oKk'vYulee to run out
the ei(k and head into halftime
trailieoftAlv 20-14.
Thti'Builddgs had three
chanesto6 build a [to-score
ad lanlage in the second quarter
afterth _Taylor defense held
Henr and the Hornets scoreless
on four straight possessions,
but managedd .pne touchdown,
punted oqe-,and had to drives
end inintjrceptions.
S"Ireallh. regret %Ne %ere not
able t ..get points right there
before the half, because I think
that would have changed the
ball -game," -Priee stated.
Yulee got the ball to start
the secoQd, half and scored
*touchdoyns-,6n each of their
next thle. obsessions.
' S A 51.Ar:TD run by Henry
ga\e Yuleea-20-20 lead on the
second pla) of the 3rd quartet,
and thie-Bulldogs appeared to be
stopped after two short passes
by Wpniporth anid a 3-yard
keepF,, Prambling.
HYul yer, on 4th and ,4 from
Yulee's 42-yard line, Price
called;.for ha.fake punt and
StraWterpicked up 8 yards and
a first4doWn..,.
A afe. ,hit,:penalty gave the
Bulls 1,.55 more yards and


Grambling capped the drive
with a 1-yard run up the middle
and a 2-point conversion run
that tied the score at 28-28 with
3:36 to play in the 3rd quarter.'
Despite back-to-back holding
penalties that resulted in a 1st
and 33, Yulee scored in just
three plays, as Henry ran twice
for 19 Nards before fooling
everyone w ith a jump pass to
a wide open receiver for a 23-
yard TD.
Trailing '35-28, Wentworth
and the Bulldogs answered yet
again, as Smyrnios rumbled
43 yards up the middle behind
blocks thrown by Taylor Bethea
and Andrew McBride, and
Wentworth hit Jackson for a 13-
yard gain before scoring himself
on a 10-yard QB keeper.
Wilder's kick tied the game
again at 35-35 as the final
quarter began.
Ke'Varius Franklin, Bishop,
Raydon Parker and Johnson
led 'the Dog defense in finally
forcing a Yulee punt without
allowing Henry to pick up a first
down, but a high snap, holding
)penalty and an incomplete
.3rd and 11 pass by Grambling
doomed the next Bulldog drive.
Wentworth's punt sailed out of
bounds for, a net gain of only' 8
yards to give Yulee the ball at
the Taylor 46-yard line.
As Henry appeared to wear
down, he opted to hand off
to Rainey four times on the
next drive, leading ,to Rainey's
1-yard TD run that gave Yulee a
42-35 lead with 5:18 left in the
game.
Beginning from his own 25,
Wentworth calmly moved the
Bulldogs into scoring position
with several short passes to
Strawter and a 9-yard QB
keeper before Becerra busted
loose up the middle for a huge
14-yard gain, ; '


Becerra had another 15-yard
run for a first down that was
called back on a holding penalty
and set up a 2nd and 21 play,
but Wentworth completed a 48-
yard TD pass over the middle to
Stephens with 2:07 remaining
to pull the Bulldogs within 42-
41 before the final PAT sailed
wide right.
Tailback Jake Smymios
finished with 4 carries for 54
yards, while Jacques Freeman
struggled to gain 9 yards, on 3
carries due. to an ankle injury.
Strawter carried twice for 12
yards and Becerra had a 14-yard
run,
Jalan Jackson had the best
game of his career, catching 6
passes for 119 yards and 1 TD,
,in addition to playing stellar
defense. Strawter had 5 catches
for 80 yards and 1 TD and
Moral Stephens caught 6 passes
for 73 yards and 1 TD.
Brion Scott had 3 catches
for 37 yards, as the Bulldogs
passed for 309 yards and 3 TDs
and rushed for 204 yards and 3
more TDs
"It was a challenging year,
but it was a good one; Jalan
played his best two games of his
career these last two weeks on
both sides of the ball, and I am
really proud of him. He never
quit. Justin Becerra made an
amazing onside kick recovery
that kept us in the game. We all
thought there was no way he'
could get that ball back under
that pile," Price said;
"Moral, Jalan and Strawter
made some great catches; Daniel
played very well and Eli had
some nice runs. Jake Smyrnmios
came up with some huge runs
for us. I wish Jacques could've
have played the whole game,
but his ankle just wouldn't let
him," Price added.
Price praised the play of
the Bulldogs' offensive line,
which featured seniors Justin
McGuire, Blaine Brenner and
Aaron Crews, as well as senior
defensive players KJ Johnson,
Connor Bishop, Wil Tuten,
Raydon Parker and Becerra.
"My heart goes out to our
seniors, because I really felt


we would be playing for a few
more weeks, but it just wasn't
meant to be," Price added.
'"I hope that as the years
go by they think back on the
positive experiences of this
year and not this loss," Price
added.
"They will be served well
by the lessons learned this year
that will go on with them for the
rest of their lives. I wish each of
them the very best."
"I feel good about our guys
and what they accomplished
this year. I am honored to have
coached them. We are real
excited about the good group
of kids we have. These seniors
have established the foundation,
and the underclassmen have
caught a glimpse of what we
can accomplish. I thank the
community and fans for the
great crowd and vocal support,
we received in this game
and every Friday night this,
year."


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Shaakira White is escorted onstage by Mister FAMU DRS Shelton Allen during
coronation ceremonies held in the grand ballroom at Florida A&M in Tallahassee.


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Miss Florida A&M DRS Shaakira 'White with
Shaakira White White of Tallahassee


her parents Larry and Precious
(Photos by Wayne Dunwoody)


Coronation ceremony held


for Miss Florida A&M DRS


On Oct. 19 at the 57th'
coronationn held at Lee Hall
Auditorium in Tallahassee,
Shaakira White was crowned
Miss Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical Developmental'
Research School (FAMU DRS);
Shelton Allen, of Monticello,
was crowned Mister FAMU
DRS.
The Royal Regalia Bearers
were kindergartners Alexus
Martin, Morgan Dudley, Carlos
Lucas and Tremaine Hughes
of Tallahassee. Following the
coronation, a ball was held at
the FAMU grand ballroom.
White is the daughter of
Larry and Precious White of
Tallahasee and the granddaughter,
of the late Willie and Doris
White of Perry.
She is a member of St. Mary
Primitive Baptist Church where
she serves as the church school


secretary and is also state
president of Zeta Phi Beta Youth
in Florida as well as president of
Tallahassee Zeta Archonettes of
Alpha Upsilon Chapter, Zeta,
Phi Beta, Sorority, Inc., Youth,
Club.


White has been a member
of the, Student Government
Association since the seventh
grade and. presently holds
the position of Chief Justice


on the judicial brdfibh.' This.
sunimer she traveled to Los
Angles, Calif., with the NAACP
ACT-SO' Program, where she
competed in play writing and
,photography.
Recently, she became a
member of the National Beta
Club at her school. Currently,
sle is also dually enrolled in
classes at FAMU.
After high school she plans
to attend FAMU, the University
of Florida or Spellman College
onri scholarship, majoring in
business administration and a
second degree in theatre. ,
White said, there are two
mottos she strives to live by:'
"To whom much is given, much
is required," and "All things
work together for the good of
those that love the Lord."
She also thanked her family
and friends for their support.


Submitted by TAYLOR COUNTY
SPECIAL OLYMPICS
On Friday, Nov. 4,
some 26 Taylor County Special
Olympics athletes with 11
coaches and chaperones traveled
to ESPN Wide World of Sports
at Disney in Orlando to compete
in statewide gymnastics and
power-lifting competitions.
Opening ceremonies were
held on Friday night at the
baseball stadium
located in the ESPN
complex. Each
county represented at


the games was saluted
and welcomed as
the torch was lit..
Participants recited
the 'athlete oath and
the games were
declared officially


open.
Competition for
gymnastics and power-lifting
began Saturday morning at the
Jostens Center. Taylor County
was well represented by 24
gymnasts competing in rhythmic
and artistic gymnastics. Two
local power-lifters competed in
the squat, dead lift and bench
press categories.
After lunch there was a special
gymnastics demonstration by
a top class gymnastics group


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showing precision, timing and
grace.-
Competition continued in
the, afternoon with all athletes
showing their best moves for
the judges. By 3 p.m. the judges
were completing their scoring
and getting ready for the medal
presentation.
,All gymnastic athletes were
assembled and as their names
were called they took their

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Special Olymp


Florida


place on the podium to receive
their awards. (Gold for ,first
place, silver for second; bronze
for third; forth and fifth places
received ribbons'.)
Every Taylor County athlete
who competed received a medal
and some. as many as six. After
receiving their awards, Taylor/'
County gymnasts proceeded to
the power-lifting area to cheer
on our two power-lifters in their


final competition 0of te day.
The final lifts were -done and
judges completed, scoring and
then it was on to, the,..awards
presentation for power-lifting.
Two of the top lifers- of the
day in their weight c.diss were
from Taylor County withbAdam
Harris making the top'lift of the
day at 400 pounds.
Tired, but excited athletes
and coaches returned to the
hotel to change for
the night's festivities.
Following dinner
everyone ,,. was
assembled .in the
stadium for. .closing
ceremonies. A
special presentation
was. made to the
NU inspirational athlete
and coach from each
count). Each was
presented vith a
special gold medal.-
Taylor County's inspirational
athlete was LaShay Wilson.
She has worked hard in each
sport that she competes in and
is always willing to assist other
athletes and coaches whenever
needed.'
Taylor County's inspirational
coach was Tammy Middleton.
Please see page 12


Thanksgiving food drive
Taylor County Elementary School collected 1,256 items during a Thanksgivirig'food
drive held Nov. 14-18. The non-perishable items were donated to the' 'First' United
Methodist Church food pantry and First Baptist Church's Father's Storefhouse for
distribution to local families. Kathy Everett's class claimed the "top givers" 'award
with 136 items turned in for the drive. The students will be treated to donuts and
juice following the Thanksgiving holiday break. '


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 Community Center.
Tues:, at 6:30 p.m. Girl Scouts Service Unit: first
County Commission: first Mon. Tuesday, 7 p.m., Scout Hut.
and third Tues. at 6 p.m., courthouse Helping Hands of the Shelter-
annex; workshop, fourth Tues., 3 p.m. every Tuesday, 6 p.m., Chamber of
'Juvenile Justice Council: third Commerce.
,Thurs., 9 a.m., at Juvenile Justice Historical Society: open Thursday
Office, 1719 South Jefferson Street. afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Planning Board: first Thurs., Home Educators League of
6 p.m. Courthouse annex (old post Perry: Forest Capital Hall. Call 584-
office). 6866 or visit on-line htt://taylor.ifas.
Taylor County Construction ufl.edu.
License Board Meeting: third Fri., La Leche League International:
2 p.m., courthouse annex. second Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor
Taylor County Development County Public Library.
Authority: second Mon., noon, at Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first
Historic Perry Station. and third Fridays. Call 584-3826.
Taylor County School Board: first Muskogee Creek Indian Nation:
and third Tues., 6 p.m. second and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer: grounds, Lyman Heridry Road.
fourth Tuesday at 18820 Beach Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe:
Road, 5:30 p.m.. first Saturday, Oak Hill Village on
Taylor Soil & Water Conservation Woods Creek Road.
District Board: fourth Monday, National Wild Turkey Federation
7 p.m., Foley Airport terminal (Yellow Pine Drummers): holds
conference room. Call 584-4329 for open monthly meeting on first
information. Thursday, Golden Corral, 7 p.m. Call
Tourism Development Council: 584-9185.
second Wed., 12 p.m., Chamber of Parrot Heads in Perry-"dise"
Commerce. Club: meets the second and fourth
.- .- Wednesday, 7 p.m. Call 843-1469 for
M3 141-.--. location.
..., ~ ~P i Pet .adoptions: Taylor County
Community Prayer Luncheon: Animal Shelter, open Monday
Monday at noon, Main Street Cafe. through Friday. Call 838-3525.
All are welcome. Republican Party of Taylor
Diabetes classes every Tuesday, County: second Thursday, 6:30
3 p.m., Doctors' Memorial Hospital. p.m., at Rigoni's Cookhouse on
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second Highway 19 North. Call 584-5878.
Monday, 7 p.m., Jerkins 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
Orange St.
Reformers,
every Friday, 7 p
Baptist Church, E
27:


House,; 317 N.

Unaniamouils.
).m., at Charity
580 E. Highway


The Way: (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 584-55.13
or e-mail newsdesk@g
perrynewspapers.com.,


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Huge Annual Chrisimas Auction
Saturday, Nov. 26. Special start time
5:30 p.m., 4893,SW Moseley Hall Rd
(CR366)(Madir1'Fl. We have a lot
going"~i ths 'eek, Starting from 4:30
.p.m. tq45:$0pr. r. until gone we are
havingJor-alLregistered bidders for the
auctierP Tre'e'-ham. dinner. Then
starting at .'3Q' p.m. our Annual
Chrismas' A.ction begins. Great
savingsi;and .great items such as
househtldd geibds, yard goods, lots of
toys, Christmas 'dcor and tools, way to
many. items to list. Don't buy retail
before.this auction. After the end of
auctioftWe'wil be giving away boxes of
'ChrisdNs1cards.Jome early and get a
good seat.You willhot want to miss this
auction, comfy seats; air
conditioned/heated, food and lots of
fun. 10% buyers premium. MC, Visa,
Discover, debit cards, checks and cash
acceple5, AU691 Ron Cox, Auctioneer.
AB2%h"die.Alc0on House. 850-869-
.7175 leave message.
KS
11/23- 11/25

Huge Annual Christmas Auction
Donate A Toy For A Kid.
Saturday, Nov. 26. Special start time
5:30 p.m., 1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd
.(CR360) Madison, Fl. Again this year
we are partnering with Sermins VFD
and the local Salvation Army to collect
toys for those children who may not
otherwise receive gifts this Christmas.
The economy is not good and we all
.have suffered by it one way or another.
Please find it in your heart and the time
to come in and purchases a toy or bring
one with you to.help these kids have a
Merry Christmas. Donations are also
Welcome. We will collect toys at all
auctions until Christmas. God bless all
those who have given the past three
years and please help this year. Comfy
seats, air conditioned/heated, food and
lots of fun. 10% buyers preinium. MC,
Visa,'Discover, debit cards, checks and
cash accepted. AU691 ., Ron Cox,
Auctioneer. AB2490 the auction house.
850 869-7175 leave message.
:KS '
11/23- 11/25



Inside Yard Sale. Everything must go!
Friday, Nov. 25 and Saturday Nov. 26,
870 Charles Hendry Road. frgm 8 a.m.
- until.
11/23 11/25
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We
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865


Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
8513.
12/30

Blooming now! Deep pink blooms on
dark green foliage. ShiShi Gashira
camellias. Thick, dependable, year-
round foundation plants; many late fall
flowers to brighten short days. Great
. gift! $5, $15. Abe Whitfield Turkey Roost
Nursery Courtney Grade 584-7395.
11/11 11/23

For Sale, Oakworks, electric light
Proluxe massage table, excellent
condition. Paid $2100 Asking $1300.
Call '850-371-4247
11/18- 11/23

For Sale or Trade, 1 generator 7500
watt, 110 and 220 outlets, new never
used. Call 584-7829 or 672-0353
11/23-11/25



1 Chihuahua female puppy, nine
weeks old, house raised, very cute,
AKC registered, have had first shots.
$250 each. Call 584-8618.
BW,tfn

Just in time for Christmas, Shih Tzo
pups born Oct. 23, 2011. Ready to go
with papers on' Dec. 20. Two .males
$450 each, One female $550. Call 850-
225-5264
11/16.- 12-02



Lost, onIe.-TfiTronics 'transmitter. If.
found please-i'allt Adam Vann at 843-
2350 or EarV figi 295-4408
11/18- 11723"-

Found, class ring. Call 843-3961
11/18-11/30

Lost, Cadillac car keys. Please call 584-
7502

Classifieds work!


Want to Buy, small truck (king cab) if
possible. Cah'tpay much,, just good
used truck. Call 838-0676 or 584-4381
11/23 ,

Wanted, 1 to 5 acres of land in Taylor
County, with septic, electric, and water
or a fixer up mobile home on lot. Will.
pay cash. Call 727-645-3519
11/23 12/02


For Sale or Rent, 1999 Jacobson 3
bedroom 2 bath doublewide 28X52. Set
up on 1 acre, possible owner financing.
$62,500 or $650 per month. Call Mon. -
Fri. 850-584-7094.
PHCtfn

For Sale, single wide trailer, 2
bedroom, 1 :bath. Fixer upper, already
has axles and tires, ready to be moved.
$800 or best offer.
584-4114
11/16- 11/25

1995 Fleetwood. single wide mobile
home 14x70, 3 bedroom 2 bath
excellent condition. Leave message at
850-223-1714.
11/04- 11/30

Why pay rent when you can own this
32x60, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with family
room and corner fireplace only $359
per month; with approved credit. Call
352-490-7422 or 877-373-2941
C&G
11/23 11/25,

Great Starter Home 28X44 3 bedroom,
2 bath, includes delivery ,set-up, code
steps, AC/ Heat, skirting. Only $285 per
:month W.A.C. Call 352-490-7422 or
877-373-2914
C&G
11/23 11/25

Home Only or Land/Home packages.
Stop paying rent and making your
landlord rich! Call C&G of Chiefland
and become a homeowner at last! Call
352-490-7422 or 877-372-4941
C&G
11/23 11/25

Just received 2003 Jacobson 16x72
(68box), 2 bedroom,. 2 bath. Front
kitchen, ceramic tile floors. excellent
condition, includes delivery,' setup, re-
hook AC, skirting. Only $27,995.00.,
Call C&G of. Chiefland at 352-490-7422
or 877-372-2941
C&G
11/23 -11/25

16x80 2001 Peach State, 3 bedroom, 2
Bath. Includes delivery, setup, AC,
steps, skirting. For $18,900.00. Call
877-373-2941
.C&G
11/23- 11/25

2007 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fleetwood.
Includes delivery, setup, skirting, steps,
AC. $39,900.00 call 877-373-2941f
C&G
11/23 11/25

Mobile Home for Sale
2012, 3 bedroom, 2 bathi Bank repo
need to sell only $36,900,' owner will
.finance with 5% down. Call 352-262-
4531
TMH, tfn

Mobile Home for Sale, New 28x44 3
bedroom, 2 bath $36,900. Call 352-
303-8771
TMH,'tfn



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, tfn

Taking applications for 1 BR/lbath
home located in Everetts Mobile Home
Park, water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Rent $375, deposit
$300 references required apply in
person Perry Repo Outlet. Ms. Betty
584-7094
EMH tfn

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 tfn

For Rent, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 900 sq. ft.
apartment. Near Keaton Beach.
*$650/mo plus security deposit. Includes
utilities 850-843-1882
11/16 12/09

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.
JP
11/23- 12/02


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Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath, 2
BR/ 2 bath, 3 BR/ 2 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.
EMh, tfn

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
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3 or 4 bedroom, 1 bath house with
fenced in yard, conveniently located in
town. References required. Tentatively
available on Dec.1. Call 850-843-1815
11/18 12/07.

Nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath trailer for rent
$400 a month. All electric, quiet
neighborhood, NO PETS just
remodeled. Call 584-9121 or 843-5220
11/18 11/25

For Rent, Singlewide Mobile Home, 2
bedroom 1 bath. In city limits, central
heat/air, fenced back yard (allows dog).
$400.00 per month. Call 672-0005
LHA
11/23 11/25

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."
WA, tfn

TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
'--Under New Management --
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
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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, tfn

One bedroom furnished apartment. All
.utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $160 a week or $600 a month.
$100 deposit. Call 850-926-3613 or
850-363-8196.
11/02-11/30

2 bedroom, 2 bath single-wide trailer,
no pets (inside or outside). Call 584-
4114.
11/11-11/25

For Rent, 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
singlewide on three acres. Water, sewer
and lawn care included. Very clean
$500 monthly $500 security deposit.
386-776-2405
11/23 -,11/25.


Must See
For Sale By Owner: 4 bedroom, 2
baths, new appliances, real oak floors.
203 Cypress Road. Asking 78,500
OBO. Call 843-1301.
Land for Sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker.
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
EF, tfn

For Sale, 1 bedroom, 1 bath on 0.19
acre, central air/heat, cable,
refrigerator, microwave, metal roof,
vinyl, siding, septic, paved parking,
wheel chair accessible. Minute from
Walmart. Built in 2004, currently used
as a hair salon. $54,000. Call 850-371-
4247
11/23 11/25

Home for Sale, OLD TOWN 2 story site
built, 1998, 3 bedrooms 2 baths, L/R,
D/R, loft, 2 car garage on 6
unbelievable acres, beautiful oaks.
$500 down, $556/mo., P&I, W.A.C. Call
to view 352-493-9600
TMH, tffn


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For Sale or Trade, Chevy 1 ton, 4 speed
transmission and transfer case with
PTO. 850-584-7829 or 850-672-0353
Running motor home for sale,
$1,000.00. Call 584-4114.
11/18 11/23


1995 Chevy 4x4 $2000,
2001 Hyundai $3494.
2004 Sebring $4900
1994 Blazer $1900.'
2003 Kia Spectra $3900.
1993 Ranger $1699.
Trade ins Welcome.
850-584-8900
RA, tfn

For Sale, 1988 Honda Civic, 2 door
hatchback 5 'speed, AM/FM/CD, AC ,
excellent gas milage. Clean car, looks,
runs and drives great. $1,850.00 call
850-843-0883
JP,'11/23- 12/02

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Boat for Sale, 1996 Keywest 20' walk
around, full curtain enclosure, 225
Suzuki, Proformance galvanized.trailer,
$14,000.00. Call 850-578-2134
11/23-12/9



Full Time Supervisor/Long-term
Care, FT supervisory position for RN
with unrestricted Florida License, long-
term care setting, knowledge of LTC
regs. and prior
supervisory/management experience
required; prior experience in long-term
care preferred; PC proficiency required
for EMR; will join an interdisciplinary
team with strong focus on
compassionate care. BSN strongly
preferred.
Full Time Social Service Associate
FT position provides social services
support to long-term care residents
and their families, including direction of
therapeutic programs and services or
related field required. Experience with
geriatric or long-term care population
preferred. Must be creative, energetic
and organized. Excellent benefits
package include health, dental, life,
disability, supplemental insurance;
retirement, time off, access to outside
daycare and fitness facilities. Apply: in
person at Personnel Office, 10680
Dowling Park Dr., Dowling Park.
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m.
"'until 4:00 p.m., or fax
resume/credentials to (386) 658-5160.
EOE/Drug-Free Workplace/Criminal
background checks required. Excellent
work environment. Advent Christian
Village, www.ACVillage.net, 658-JOBS
(5627).
ACV, 11/23 12/02

Director of Allied Health Programs (RN)
wanted at North Florida Community
College. See www.nfcc.edu for details.
NFCC
11/09 11/25

High Level Sales Position now
available. Applicants must be
experienced in Manufactured Home
Sales. Must be self motivated, reliable
and have excellent work ethics. Bring
your resume to C&G Mobile Homes
Hwy. 19, Chiefland 352-490-7422.
C&G
11/23 11/25

Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Grants Administrative Secretary, (Part
Time) -$11.88 per hour. Applications
and job description can be obtained
from www.taylorcountygov.com;.
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
Square (Save A' Lot and Goodwill
parking lot) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
or Thursday 9 a.m. 4 p.m.; or
workforce. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VPM, DT,
background check.
TCBOCC
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Help Wanted, Badcock and More.
Setup and Delivery Driver. Must be 21,
clean driving record required. NO
PHONE CALLS. Apply in person.
11/23

Immediate opening for a full time
Maintenance. Supervisor at an
apartment community in Perry, Florida.
Need motivated individual with
previous experience in general
maintenance-plumbing, sheet rock,
electrical and carpentry. Must have.
valid drivers license. Competitive
salary and benefits package offered.
EOE and' Drug Free Workplace. Send
resumes to: humanresources@royal-
american.com, fax to (850) 914-8470
or apply in person at 709 W Church
Street, office.
11/18-11/30"


I am a CNA and would like to take care
of your loved ones. I have very good
references.lYou can call 850-584-4893,
584-7303 or 672-2990.
11/18 12/07




NOTICE OF SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING
AND BOARD MEETING
The Big Bend Water Authority
announces a special public meeting
to which all persons are Invited. The
purpose of the: special public
meeting Is to discuss the progress of
the Big Bend Water Authority's sewer
expansion project. The meeting will
be held on Thursday,' December 8,
2011,, beginning at 5:00 p.m. at the
ieirroicr,ee Community Center,
!03 Rr-,ersiae Or SE, Steirhaolchee
ionliaa Tne public nrreetnrig 1
expected -to last approximately 60
minutes. The Big Bend Water Authority
will hold its regularly scheduled Board
of Directorsc meeting at the
Stelnhatche e Cnmmunltv Center


A to Z Farm and Lawn Service Immediately following the special
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal, public meeting. For more information,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush Including copies of the proposed
agendas, please contact Jo Hlers at
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling (352) 498-3576 or visit
and complete lawn service. Call 584- www.bigbendwaterauthority.corrm.
6737.


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TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
0 584-CLEAN (584-2532) ,'
JM Handyman Home Repairs,, LLC IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD.
Pressure washing, painting, concrete, JUDICIAORL C R COUNTY, FLORIDA
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate CASE NO 62-2011 -CC-1i77-00A-01
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs, JAMES MICHAEL SIMPSON
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584- Plaintiff,
2270. JM, tfn JOHN HENRY SIMPSON, JR
22/. SHAWN CHRISTOPHER SIMPSON
Defendant
Estate Sale Prep Services, Remove NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE IS HEREBY
'the emotional attachment to your loved GIVEN THAT A PETITION TO DETERMINE
ones things. We do the work: tables, OWNERSHIP OF A MOTOR VEHICLE
DESCRIBED AS 2000 Ford Pickup-truck
pricing, set, up. You do the sale: AND WHOSE VIN #
COLLECT THE MONEY. 584-4678 1FTYR10V4YTA09823, HAS BEEN FILED
11/09 11/30 AND YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A
COPY OF YOUR WRITTEN OBJECTIONS,
IF ANY, ON JAMES MICHAEL SIMPSON,
TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE 509 WEST SIDE AVENUE, PERRY, FL
*Stump Grinding 32347 WHO IS THE PETITIONER, ON .@R
*Tree Trimming BEFORE DECEMBER 01, 2011, AND FILE
*Tree Removal THE ORIGINAL WITH THE CLERK OF THE
Debris Removal COURT EITHER BEFORE, SERVICE ON
*uDebris Removal THE PETITIONER, OR IMMEDIATELY
*Bucket truck use THEREAFTER; OTHERWISE, A DEFUALT
*Bush Hogging WILL BE ENTERED FOR THE RELIEF
*Pressure Washing DEMANDED IN THE PETITION.
*Free Estimates* and WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF THIS
COURT ON THE 31ST DAY, OF
*Great Rates OCTOBER, 2011 AT TAYLOR COUNTY,
Call today! FLORIDA.
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191 CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Mark A. Moneyhan BY:SALINA FORD
DEPUTY CLERK
Licensed and Insured 11/02, 11/09, 11/16, 11/23
Certified Quality Specialist.
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IN THE CIRCUIPCOURT FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
House Cleaning Service PROBATE DIVISION
References Available File Number 11-424-CP
850-223-2033 IN RE; ESTATE OF
SGEORGE A,HHOWARD,


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A-11 TacoTimes October 26,2011


Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE.
ESTATE:
The administration of the estate of
GEORGE A. HOWARD, deceased, File
Number 11-424-CP, is pending In the
Circuit Court for TAYLOR County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which Is P.O. Box 620, Perry, FL.
32348: The names and addresses of
the personal representative and of
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below. I
All interested persons are required to
file with the clear of this court, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF.
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE all clqims against the estate
In the form and manner prescribed
by Section 733.703 of the Florida
Statutes and Rule 5.490 of The Florida
Rules of Probate and Guardianship
Procedure.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of -the first publication"of this
Notice: 11/16/11
Adrian Gabaldon
Attorney for the Petitioner
Post Office Box 1303
(836) 967-3557
Florida Bar No. 137081
SUE D. LEINART-
Personal Representative
3332 NW 44th Place
Gainesville, FL 32656

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED,
NOTICE IS HEREB GIVEN, thl Allan.
W Jones Trust ine 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:
Certficate number: 99
Year od Issuance: 2008
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R017166-524
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 23, Township 2 South,
Range 7 East; thence run south 88D
54M 10S East along the North line of
the Northwest quarter of said Section
23 for a distance of 340.01 feet;
thence run South 01 D 10M 25S West
along the West of said Section 23 for
a distance of 602.57 feet to a Point of
Beginning; thence run South 88D 54M
10S East for a distance of 361.79 feet;
thence run South 01D 10M 25S West
for a distance of 602.57 feet; thence
run North 88D 54M 10S West for a
distance of 361.79 feet; thence North
01D 10M 25S East along the West line
of. said Section 23 for a distance of.
602,57 feet to a Point of Beginning
containing 5.00 acres, more or less,
'Subject to easement, of record.
Name In which assessed Taylor Water
Bay LLC
,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 5th day of December,
2011 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 31th day of October, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae, Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court


Taylor County, Florida
11/02,11/09, 11/16, 11/23

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE
NORTH FLORIDA BROADBAND
AUTHORITY TRANSITION COMMITTEE
And Regular Board Meetings
The North Florida Broadband
Authority ("NFBA") announces
meetings of the NFBA .Transition
Committee that all interested persons
are Invited to attend. The NFBA Is a
legal entity and public body created
pursuant to the provisions of Section
163.01, Florida Statues, and an
Interlocal Agreement among Baker,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilcrest,
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
MadisQn,'Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union, and. Wakulla Counties and
municipalities of Cedar Key, Cross
City, Lake City, Live Oak, Monticello,
Perry, White Springs, and Worthington
Springs, Florida. The NFBA will hold the
following public meetings:
NFBA Transition Committee 10:00
a.m. on Monday, November 28, 2011
at the NFBA Project Office, 164 N.W.
Madison Avenue, Lake City, FL.
32055. The NFBA Transition
Committee will conduct general
business of the Transition Committee,
NFBA Board of Directors 10:00 a.m.
on Wednesday, November 23, 30,
December 7, 21, 28, 2011 and
January 4 and 11, 2012 at the
Suwannee River Water Management
District, Suwannee Room, 9225
County Road 49, Live Oak, Florida
32060, The NFBA Board of Directors
meeting will be held to conduct
general business of the NFBA. The
following previously scheduled public


*meeting will remain the same:
NFBA.Board of Directors 2:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, December 14, 2011,
If a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the NFBA with
respect to any matter considered at
the meeting, such person will need a
record of the proceedings'and may
need to ensure that a 'verbatim
record is made, including the
testimony and evidence upon which'
the appeal Is to be made. In
accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons needing
special accommodation or an
interpreter to participate In this
proceeding or have any questions
please contact Faith Doyle, Clerk to
the NFBA Board at (352) 246-0059 or
(407) 629-6900 at least two (2)
business days prior to the date of the
meeting.

PUBLIC MEETING
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Please take notice that the Three
Rivers Regional Library Board will hold
a Board Meeting on Thursday,
December 8th, at 7:00 p.m., at the
Dixie County Public Library, in Cross
City, Florida. All Interested persons
are Invited to attend and be,heard.
Please be advised, that If a person
decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect to
any matter considered at such
hearing, that person will need a
record of the proceedings, and that,
for such. purpose, he/she may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings Is made, which
record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal I$


to be based. "Person with disabilities
requesting reasonable
accommodations to .participate In
this proceeding should contact (352)
498-1200 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida
Relay Service at (800) 955-8771" ,

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE' IS HEREBY. GIVEN That
.Pursuant to a WRIT OF EXECUTION,
issued in the County Court of Taylor
County, Florida, onthe 24th day of
October, 2011, In tie cause wherein
Tree Capital Credit Union, Is 'plaintiff,
and Kelly J. Blaske, Is defendant,
being Case No., 05-101-CC In said
Court, I, Lawrence E. Williams, as
Sheriff of Taylor County, Florida, have
levied upon all the right, title and
interest of the Kelly J. Blaske,
defendant, In and to the following
described personal -property, to-wit:
2003 CHEVROLET TAHOE, VIN#
1GNEC13Z23J279065, WHITE IN
COLOR, TAG NO. ANII08 and on the
22nd day of December, 2011, at
Thomas Chevrolet-Buick Inc. 2128 S.
Byronr Butler Pkwy., in the City of Perry,
Taylor County, Florida, at the hour of
11:00 A.M., or as soon thereafter as
possible, I will offer, for sale all of the
said defendant's, right, title and
Interest In aforesaid property at
public outcry and will sell the same,
subject .to taxes, all prior liens,
encumbrgnces and judgments, If
any, to th highest and best bidder or
bidders for CASH, the proceeds to be
applied; as far as may be to the
payment of costs and the satisfaction
of the above-described execution.
The ,property will be available for
Inspection at Thomas Chevrolet-Buick


Inc. between thel'hisrs of 1'0 AM
through 11:00 AMothe mornlnaof the
sale. In accordance witI-' the,
Americans with Disabilities- Act,
persons with disabilities needing a
special accommodation to
participate In tnis proceeding.should
contact the 'Clerk of Court,
telephone (904) 8 8-'36Q6,,.npt later
than seven (7) dc(ys'pole[0o the
proceeding. *'
L.E, "Bummy" Williams as Sherirl
Of Taylor Counlvy ..
By: L,E."Bummy" W ilamt. '
4 8 a

NOTICE OF SPErAt6f 1/EWGENCY
PUBLIC BOARD MEETING, .
Monday, rjovember 28'. 201 f, at 4:30
p.m '-'
The Big Bend. -Wafer, ,A.orthorlty
announces a specolalemejgency
public meeting to .whicn all persons
are Invited. The purpose of ine
emergency public, meeting Is' for the
Board of Directors.'to&'dlicQss the
search for and retention of q general
manager and ., licensed
water/wastewater" opei'atcbts. The
meeting will benheld oT'hlonday,
November 28, 2011, 'biglioting at
4:30 p.m. at 1313,.1' AfenQue SE,
Stelnhatchee, Florilqa,, .., ,. .
For more Informatl6on, Inc~ding a
copy of the proib6sd.-bgenda,
please contact J.,4lefs di (352) 498-
3576 or visit the, Big,.Bepd, Water
Autnolly ofl 13T3 1s. Avenqe SE,
SteinnaTchee Florida.


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A-12 Taco Times November 23, 2011


Athletes


coaches &


erones named


CareOer so parade
Aarort Portwood and Tracy Green, not pictured, left the woods and water of Taylor
County to speak to students at Taylor County High School on Nov. 9 in observance
of Career Day. The two, representing Woods 'n'Water Magazine, Inc., showcased
the scope-and demands of their publication, while underscoring for students the
importance of communication skills, grammar and math.

At the Booking Desk


Editor'; Note: It is the policy of
this newspaper to run the names
of all those 'arrested and booked
at the Taylor County Jail. All those
listed below have been charged
with a crimnd,- but are considered
innocentuntil proven guilty.
Sept.27. ':- .
Brenda Michelle -Stewart, 37,
2600 Woods-C.Oreek Road, child
abuse, child neglect, Deputy
Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Sept. 28: .- .
Don Helton:Jr.,18, 112 Walter
Smith Road,, burglary of structure
or conveyance, grand theft III, Ptl.
Murphy, PPD.
Sept. 29: "
Daniel-,: Phillip- .Dennis, 26,
Greenville, DUI,. Trooper Smith,"
FHR -.
Sept.30.-> -
Precious G;:G.' Hawkins, 18,
Valdosta,Ga-., ,.retail theft, Ptl.
Hightower; PPD.
Michael, Artez Wells, 21, 299
First Street,. aggravated battery,
child abuse; battery, PtI. Gorby,
PPD. :-.
Marvin-Britt, 24,; 106 El Matador,
VOP (trespass occupied structure/
conveyance-::'" battery), Deputy,
Gunter, TCSO; -
Oct.1:"- "- .
Patricia"'Roberts, 45, 1877
W. Reddick :Drive,- DUI, Trooper,
- Smyrnios, FHR. *. ,
Nancy Murphy, 39; 8063 Marsan
Road, DUI, PtI. Murphy, PPD.
Oct. 2:
Tabitha Whitman, 24, 1081
C.J. Johnson -Road, DUI, open
container, VOP (DUI), Deputy
Gulbrandsen; TCSO.
Ricky Bernard '.Robinson, 42,
Shady Grove, battery, Deputy
Gunter, TCSO.
Oct.3:
TimothyWayne Foskey, 51, 1409
Quail Street, disorderly intoxication,
Ptt. Hernandez, PPD.
Richard: Lee Woods,. 51, 1409
Quail Street disorderly intoxication,
PtI. Hernindez, PPD. -
Oct.4:
MelindhaRae; Page, 29, 2440,
Dennis -Howell .,Road, VOP
(worthless-check), Deputy Hooker,
TCSO. -
WilliarnttLee Haney, 46, 15490
Snapper Street, VOPP (gross fraud,
selling lieh-property and trespass),
Deputy Burford, TCSO.
Frederick Stringfellow. 39, 1192
Buckeye-Nutsery Road, VOP (DUI,
DWLS), Deputy Gilbreath, TCSO.
Mychal Ryan Padgett, 24,
900 E. 'GfAger'-Drive, resisting
officer without- Violence, burglary
of structui; grand theft III, Inv.
Hayden, TCSO. "-
Oct. 5 0' ,":-:'-
Larry English Jr., 31, Greenville,
introduction or' removal of
contraband 'in prison; Deputy Blue,
TCSO. :
Tyrone David Miller Jr., 20, 209
S. Center. Street, VOP (burglary
of structure, carrying concealed
weapon),; Ptl: Murphy, PPD.
Bryckoski Jacksdn, 21, Madison,
VOP (ajgravated; -assault), no
officer given. -
Oct.6'- .
Jeremiarh'.Lbe Mason, 36, 2440
Dennis H6bel'R6ad,-VOP (DWLS),
Deputy Hershberger, TCSO.
Christophef('Cbllier, 22, 601 W.
Bacon Street," VOCC, giving false
name, Sg:-Giray, PPD.
Michael' ,McGee, 24, 108
Alice Stfeet, VOP (possession
of cannabis with intent to sell,
resisting- officer- without violence),
Deputy Gulbrandson, TCSO.
Amanda Elmore, 35, Umatilla,
VOP (DUIwith serious bodily injury,
DWLS), Deputy-Woods, TCSO.
Ritchie L- Davis, 39, 5710
Highway' 221; : battery, Deputy
Gulbrandson,TCSO.-
Scott' E: McCranie, 21,
Tallahassee, -dealing in
stolen property, Deputy Woods,
TCSO. '
Oct. 7' .'
Aaron' Price, 24, 104 Alice
Street, VOCC (sale of cocaine),
Sgt. Deeson, PPD.


Demi Enber Appling, 2.1, Old
Town, FTA (no valid drivers license),
Deputy Gilbreath, TCSO.
Kevin. Wayne Severance, 28,
4940 Granthum Hill, dealing in
'stolen property, theft of other,
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
Elana Helton, 28,124 Cashmore
Street, VOCC, Deputy Gunter,
TCSO.
Oct.8:
Jamie Kendall, 24,1861 Johnson
Stripling Road, VOP (dealing in
stolen property),, Deputy Hooker,
TCSO.
Mercedes Pridgeon, 21, 308
Puckett Road, VOP (criminal.
mischief), Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.,
-Derrick Craig Howard, 24,
3429 Kelly Grade, battery, Deputy
Hooker, TCSO.
Oct. 10:
James Ethridge, 55,. 13290
Strickland Bridge, leaving scene
with property damage, DUI with
property damage, DWLS/R,
Trooper Parker, FHR
Oct. 11:
Marcus lacovino, 23, South
Byron Butler Parkway, burglary of
unoccupied building, possession of
burglary tools, Sgt. Gray, PPD.
Cynthia Ward, 53, Steinhatchee,
DWLS (knowingly), violation of
drivers license restrictions, Deputy
Hershberger, TCSO.
James S. Hodges, 32,1409 Quail
Street, VOP (burglary of a dwelling,
battery), FTA on bond restitution
hearing, Sgt. Gray, PPD.
Matthew Mims, 27, 3465 Woods
Road, burglary of structure, dealing
in stolen property, burglary of
structure unoccupied, possession
of burglary tools, Sgt. Gray, PPD.
Kevin R. Singleton, 20, 110
Williams Street, battery, Ptl.
Campbell, PPD.
Oct. 12:
William Knight, 22, 9070 Luther
Wilson, burglary of conveyance,
burglary of structure, grand theft
III, burglary of dwelling, Deputy
Hooker, TCSO.
Marvin Ashley Harris, 39,
Lake City, VOP (battery on law
enforcement officer), Officer Basch,
TCSO.
Oct. 13:
Ashley Gage Adams, 20, 1925
Taylor Drive, VOP (grand theft III),
petit theft, Deputy Hooker, TCSO. -
Christopher Collier, 22, 601 W.
Bacon Street,, VOP (carrying a
concealed firearm), Sgt. Gray, PPD. .'
Dorsey Jones, 18, 1457 Paul
Poppell .Road, dealing in stolen
property, grand theft III, Deputy
Hooker, TCSO. I
Charmin Roxanne Anderson, 39,
3765 Oak Lane, VOP (retail theft,
trespass after warning), Officer
, Thomas, P&P.
Terry Curtis Harrison, 57,
Bradenton, FTA (expired drivers
license more than six rnonths),.
Deputy Walker, TCSO.
Orville Roy Dennison, 59, 1701
S. Old Dixie Highway, battery, Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Oct. 14:
Amanda Shiver, 19, 1763 Cary
Stephens Road, possession of
listed chemicals, Deputy Lee,
TCSO.
Johnny, Young, 21, 12566
Spring Warrior Road, possession
of listed chemicals, attempting to
manufacture meth, Deputy Lee,
TCSO.
Kayla Layne, 22,3291 Vera Lane,
possession of listed chemicals,
attempting to manufacture meth,
: Deputy Lee, TCSO.
Rachel Blanton, 18, Sea Oaks
Loop, attempting to manufacture
meth, possession of listed
chemicals, Deputy Lee, TCSO.
Robert Wimberly, 53, Greenville
attefipting to manufacture meth,
possession of listed chemicals,
Deputy Davis, TCSO.
Jesse Dawson, 27, 2372
S.W. Wolfolk Ave., attempting to
manufacture meth, possession of
listed chemicals, Deputy Davis,
TCSo0.
Michael Hill, 28, Lament,
attempting to manufacture meth,


possession of listed chemicals,
Deputy Davis, TCSO.
Christopher Hartzell, 37, Taylor
Correctional Institution, possession
of contraband in prison, Deputy
Gunter, TCSO.
Oct. 15:
James Dorsey Lollis, 47, 6056
Beach Road, DUI, Ptl. Geyer, PPD.
James L. Moody, 60, 19049
Palmetto Road, DUI, Officer Bean,
FWC.
Charles Ragland, 33, 5437
Smith Road, VOP (possession
of less than 20 grams cannabis,
possession of drug paraphernalia),
Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Oct.16:
Shannon Mahoney, 38, Orange
Park, disorderly intoxication,
Deputy Hershberger, TCSO.
Oct. 17:
William M. Bethea, 44, 805
O'Steen Road, VOP (petit theft),
Deputy Burford, TCSO.
Gerrell Duty, 40, 5531 Smith
Road, VOP (lewd & lascivious
'molestation of a child), Officer
Livingston, P&P.
William Knight, 22, 9070 Luther
Wilson, VOP (possession of more
than 2Q grams cannabis), Deputy
Hooker, TCSO.
Oct. 18:
Kevin Martin, 30, 1650 Lyman
Hendry Road, manufacture, of
meth, possession of meth, Inv.
Anderson, TCSO.
Jared L. Blount, 23, 205 Sanders
Street, DWLS/R, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Kasey Keffer, 33, P.O. Box 736,
retail theft, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Zachariah Smith, 23, Bolivia,
N.C., disorderly conduct, Pti.
Hernandez, PPD.
Samuel K. Stockton, 65, 108
S. Mays Street, DUI, Trooper G.
Smyrnios, FHR
Oct. 19:
Keveshia A. Britt, 19, 107 El
Dorado Drive, leaving scene,
no valid drivers license, Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Jeremy Turner, 27, Tallahassee,
possession of less than 20 grams
marijuana, DUI, Trooper Smynios,
FHR .
Michelle Thomson,; 45, 4282 San
Pedro Road, trespass, petit theft,
Deputy Gunter, TCSO. .
Oct. 20:
Renard Roberts, 51, 1513
Pinecrest Street, VOP (battery),
Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Annie Ruth Moore, 44, 702 West
Duval Street, .retail theft, writ (child
support), PtI. Hightower, PPD.
Dominque Bryant, 20,208 Susan
Street, battery, Ptl. Murray, PPD.
Heather McCormick, 21, 423
E. Dundee Street, battery, Ptl.
Hightower, PPD.
Oct. 22:
Christina Evelyn Morgan,
46, Steinhatchee, disorderly
intoxication, trespass after warning,
Deputy Shaw, TCSO.1
Cheryln L: Sirmans, 37, 907 S.
Warner Ave., VOP (retail theft), PtI.
Hernandez, PPD.
Brandon Michael Jones, 18,
208 Marjorie Drive, retail theft, PtI.
Murphy, PPD.
Oct.23:
Jessie Mathis, 43, 807 E. Quail
Street, possession of controlled'
substance, battery, Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Jennifer King, 26, Mattoon, III.,
possession of controlled substance,
Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
Anthony Vaultonburg, 23,
Mattoon, possession of less than
20 grams cannabis, PtI. Hernandez,
PPD.
Michael Leonard, 54, 15582
Reed Drive, battery, Deputy
Thompkins, TCSO.
Daniel Lee Weaver, 20, 275
Agner Acres, grand theft, false
official statement, aggravated
battery,In. Hayden, TCSO.
Oct. 24:
Marshall Lynn, 28, 1211. N.
Calhoun Street, VOP (cheating),
Officer Basch, TCSO.
Oct. 26:
Choice Watkins Jr., 59, 709
Church Street, Apt. 202, possession
of cocaine, Det. Norris, PPD.


SPECIAL OLYMPICS
Continued from page 9
She is always well prepared to
coach athletes, is well liked by
all athletes and other coaches,
and is there to help whenever.
needed.
The last event of the day
following closing ceremonies
, was a dance held for all to
enjoy, complete with a D.. to
keep things hopping. I
Everyone had a wonderful.
time being with old friends and
making/new ones.
Returning to the hotel and
unwinding and getting a good
night's sleep following the
dance, was the end of our very
busy and exciting Saturday.


Sunday morning we packed
up, loaded the bus and headed
home.
On the way home we stopped
and had a celebration lunch
for all the hard work and a job
well done bringing home all the
many medals. .
Thank. you to all of the
coaches and chaperones for
your hard work and dedication.
Thank you to all of the athletes
that went on this trip for being
very good examples of the
excellent members of the Taylor
County Specig Olympics.
Coaches and chaperones
who attended were: Tammy
Middleton, Wendy Beach, Linda
Pinson, Charles Pinson, Howard
Pepper, Sharon McKinney, Ben'


Meacham, David Gorby, Audra
Gorby, Jessica Strickland,
Chantelle Murray, along with
special.assistant to the coaches
and chaperones Caroline
Middleton.
Athletes who attended were:
Sarah Ann Chester, Casey
Ray Chester, Cindy Denmark,
Haley Cruse, Amber Barteau,
Ashley Soroka, Jennifer Giles,
Lee Pinson, Eric Slaughter,
Darin Granthum, Nickolas
Hobbie, Phillip Butler, Brittany
Beach, Alison Bodine. Anabel
Bodine, Sheridan Morgan,
LaShay Wilson, Shirley Blaske,
Jerry Wayne Blaske,, Ricky
Wagner,. Chuck Dowling, Jacob
Lyndall, Adam Harris and Greg
Johnson.


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Nov. 27, 2011 4:00 p.m.
County Courthouse, Cross City, Florida
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing Dixie County, demanding
the removal of the Ten Commandments monumental the courthouse,
a monument placed by a private citizen according to the Open Forum
guidelines crafted by the Dixie County commissioners.

In the first ruling the judge ordered the monument removed.
That ruling is being appealed.
You can help In this fight! Come to the Rally Nov. 27t!

The purpose of this rally is to inform freedom-loving Americans why this
fight is so important. It is being sponsored by Dixie County citizens in
order to sound the alarm that our rights and freedoms are being taken
away by un-elected judicial activists intent on forcing their vision of America
on the rest of us. This rally is also a fund-raiser to fight the ACLU in court.
Liberty Counsel is defending the County. Liberty Counsel, a non-profit
public interest law firm, provides legal services free of charge. Liberty
Counsel has a track record of defeating the ACLU the vast majority of the
time over the course of many years.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Opening prayer: Pastor Mike Brown, First Baptist Church, Cross City
Presentation of the Colors Pledge of Allegiance National Anthem
Special Music: Dixie County Interdenominational Choir
Speaker: Joe Anderson, the private citizen who placed the monument
Speaker: KrisAnne Hall, Constitutional attorney,
former state prosecutor, historian
Speaker: Frank Lay, retired principal, Pace High School,
threatened with jail by the ACLU for praying
Speaker: Harry Mlhet, lead counsel, Liberty Counsel,
the attorney arguing this case against the ACLU
Offering, special music
Closing prayer


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Silver Diamonds Antiques
Old Paper Money
S. Space & NASA Items
Cii il War Items
Silver Dollars I lait'Dollars Quarters & Dimes
Ta\lor Count- Relics
Old Taylor CounLMi and .Jerkins Yearbooks
Old Ta lor Counts & Jerkins Sports Uniforms
SOld I letal N VToys Old Bottles
Old Sports Cards Baseball Cards
Old P( )cket Watches
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H; Used Bediro om Gro)Lps
Co-mplete Sets of China
SOld Cookie J.ars lc(Cv. I lull. Sha\\wnece
Old Comic Books
Old Cosrtme .Jc\\dry Old Postcards
V\intag(e Coca-Cola Iterns
Old N Ietal/PIorcelain Signs

We will buy or trade for
Appliances Furniture Flooring
If we purchase any of these items from you,
we will pay you 10% more if you use as a store credit.


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Trade Your Gold for

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Use your old gold & silver
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Full Set.........269"
Kueng .....399"
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