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Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: February 29, 2012
Publication Date: 10/10/2012
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Vehicle seized in fatal hit-and-run


Graveside services were
held Tuesday for a 41-year-
old Perry man who was
the victim of a hit-and-run
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traffic crash Friday night, seized in relation to the
Oct. 5. investigation and that it was
Investigators also said currently being processed
Tuesday a vehicle had been for evidence.


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A makeshift memorial marks the str
fatal hit-and-run occurred Friday night.


"We have identified a
potential suspect in the
case. But we will not
name that person until the
investigation is completed,"
Capt. Jamie Cruse said.
The victim, Hugh
William Poppell, was a
native of Perry and worked
as a waiter in food service.
The crash occurred
around 10:15 p.m. near the
intersection of Dove Road
and Old Dixie Highway.
Police were dispatched
to the scene initially to
investigate a report of an
injured person.
"However, when they
arrived they realized they
were dealing with what
appeared to be a traffic
crash and that the injuries
to the victim appeared to be
severe. Emergency medical
services (EMS) was already
on the scene when officers
arrived. They treated the
victim and transported


him to Doctors' Memorial
Hospital and officers were
later notified that he had
died," Cruse said.
Poppell lived on Dove
Road and Cruse could not


comment on whether he
was leaving or returning to
his home at the time of the
crash.
"*- Please see page 7


Rollover claims


life of Lanark


Village woman

A Lanark Village woman was killed Monday
afternoon after her vehicle crashed on U.S. 98 and
landed upside-down in a water-filled ditch.
Sharon H. Thoman, 67, was traveling west on U.S.
98 around 12:10 p.m. in a 2006 Kia Sorento when "for
unknown reasons, [she] failed to maintain a single
lane," according to a report filed by Florida Highway
Patrol (FHP) Sgt. Aaron B. Stephens.
..* Please see page 7


Wilson, Huyck claim festival royalty titles


By ANGELA CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
The 2012 Florida Forest
Festival Distinguished
Young Women (DYW)
Program was an evening of
historic firsts.
It was the first time
two title winners were
named-Molly Wilson, the
2012 Distinguished Young
Woman of Taylor County
and Megan Huyck, the
2012 Distinguished Young
Woman of Perry.
It was also the first time
in the festival's 57-year
history that sisters have
shared festival royalty
status: Wilson's older sister,
Maisie, was Taylor County's
Junior Miss in 2009.
And on a more somber
note, it was the first time in


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the program's history that
a candidate injured herself
backstage and was unable to
continue in the competition.
Candidate #14 Katie
Johnson is recovering
after dislocating her knee
during a warm-up for her
talent presentation (a baton
twirling routine).
Johnson was transported
to Tallahassee for
-. -treatment and her mother.
Susan Johnson, sent
event chairs an update on
her condition during the
program.
"She is wearing a brace,
and is medicated...but when
she woke up, she asked two
questions: who won and 'do
you think they'll let me still
P : ride in the parade'?"
While Johnson's
Accident cast a pall over
the evening, her fellow
participants honored her
spirit and dedication to the
History was made Saturday night with the bestowment of titles on two Taylor County teens who program by carrying on
will represent the community in upcoming state competitions. Megan Huyck, left center, was named with talent presentations
the 2012 Distinguished Young Woman of Perry while Molly Wilson, center right, was named the 2012 galore and a show stopping
Distinguished Young Woman of Taylor County. First runners-up were, left, Cheyenne Hoover and,
right, Madison Thomas. '- Please see page 7



What do the proposed amendments mean?


Inside today
Who will be Taylor County's
next Florida Forest Festival
Little King and Little Queen?
The 23 candidates are
featured today on page A-10,

Habitat group meets
Thursday
Individuals interested in the
revitalization of Taylor County
Habitat for Humanity are
asked to meet Thursday at
Capital City Bank (Room 208,
at 5:30 p.m.


Weather

Wednesday 87

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Thursday 85

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Index
Editorial ................ A-2
Living ...................... A-4
Religion ................... A-6
Sports ..................... A-8
Community ........... A-10
Classifieds............ A-11



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The Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce
will host an informational
forum next week on the
11 proposed amendments
to the Florida Constitution
appearing on the General
Election ballot this
November.
The forum is set for
Thursday, Oct. 18, at 5:30
p.m. at the Perry Garden
Club.



Robbery


suspect


remains


at large

Police are searching
for an armed suspect who
robbed an O'Reilly Auto
Parts clerk at gunpoint
Sunday morning, Oct. 7.
The suspect is described
as a six-foot tall black
male with dreadlocks and
a goatee. He was wearing a
white t-shirt and armed with
semi-automatic handgun,
Perry Police Department
Capt. Jamie Cruse said.
The robbery occurred
around 7:30 a.m. at the
South Byron Butler
Parkway location.
"The clerk complied with
,* Please see page 3


"Local attorney and
national counselor for the
chamber Mike Smith will
be the facilitator of the'
forum, delivering much
needed information and
answering questions about
the upcoming constitutional
amendment 'changes,"
Chamber Director Dawn
Taylor said.
"This forum is not for the
purpose of giving advice or


opinions about voting on
the proposed constitutional
amendments; it is for
allowing the public to ask
questions on the meanings
so they better understand
the changes and form their
own opinions on how to
vote."
This year's proposed
amendments cover a
variety of topics, including
healthcare, several property


tax exemptions. state
revenue limits, the Florida
Supreme Court, abortion.
religious organizations
and the State University
System's Board of
Governors.
The General Election will
be held Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Additional information
on the amendments can be
found online at the Taylor
County Supervisor of


Elections' website: www.
taylorelections.com. Full
copies of the amendments
can also be found in the
legal section of the Aug.
29 and Sept. 26 editions of
the Taco Times, which are
available for purchase at the
newspaper office, located at
123 S. Jefferson St.
For more information
about the forum, contact the
chamber at 584-5513.


$142,000 presentation
For the second year in a row, representatives from Aucilla Area Solid Waste presented Taylor
County with a rebate check for $142,000. Engineer Frank Darabi and Director John McHugh were
at the Taylor County Commission meeting last week to present the check, which they said was
the result of savings realized during the facility's latest expansion. County Commmisioner Malcolm
Page represents the commission on the solid waste board of directors. Shown above are: (from I
to r) commissioners Lonnie Houck and Mark Wiggins, Darabi, Commission Chairman Pat Patterson,
McHugh, Page and Commissioner Pam Feagle.











Editorial


A-2 Taco Times October 10, 2012


Since January


113,000 acres have



burned in the state


For the past 57 years in Taylor County,
the month of October has been dedicated to
the forestry industry with the community
celebrating the Florida Forest Festival.
This week Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam H. Putnam and the Florida
Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Services' Florida Forest Service are
highlighting the dangers of wildfires and
encouraging Floridians to make wildfire
preparedness a priority during National Fire
Prevention Week, Oct. 7 through 13.
"Florida's wildfire danger has temporarily
decreased due to the summer rainy season,
however we must remain vigilant," said
Commissioner Putnam. "National Fire
Prevention Week serves as a reminder
for families to take the necessary steps to
protect their homes and property against the
devastating effects of wildfire."
In keeping with Fire Prevention Week's
national theme of "Two Ways Out," the
department's Florida Forest Service urges
citizens to develop a family wildfire escape
plan. Having a set escape plan is vital as
poor visibility, smoke and flames can cause
panic and confusion during a fire. The
escape plan should include two routes from
the neighborhood in the event the main exit
is blocked. Plans should also include a list
of items to take if an evacuation becomes
necessary.
"Wildfire prevention and home
preparedness is everyone's responsibility,"
said Jim Karels, director of the Florida
Forest Service. "Most homes are not
destroyed from direct contact with' a
wildfire, but instead from fire traveling
across fences, trees limbs, debris and other
'ladder' fuels connected to the home."
The department's Florida Forest Service
advises that one of the best ways to reduce
a home's wildfire risk is to create 30 feet
of defensible space around the home. In
the first three feet from the home, the space
needs to be free of tall, fire-prone plants
and materials. Instead, opt for low growing,
fire-resistant plants and use rocks or chunky


bark for mulch. Position plants so that none
are placed directly under windows or vents.
Floridians can further protect their property
by following these tips:
Keep mulch and pine needles away
from the home, fence and deck.
Keep roofs and gutters free of pine
needles.
Keep flammable chemicals and materials
-* Please see page 13


Florida Forest Festivlal
Tree Ccipitoil of
Sthe South


Festival grew from

county's desire to

prevent forest fires

In 1955, the citizens of Taylor County
decided to stage a county-wide "Pine Tree
Festival" as an educational tool to reduce
forest fires that were crippling the county's
economic base--the timber industry.
Over the years, the festival grew and
accomplished its aim so well that by 1965,
Taylor County could.boast the lowest fire
record in the nation, prompting then Florida
Governor Hayden Burns and the Florida
Cabinet to proclaim Taylor County the
"Tree Capital of the South," a distinction it
still holds.
U.S. Congressman Don Fuqua made
the same proclamation on the floor of the
Congress.
At the urging of Governor Burns, the
Pine Tree Festival then became known as
the Florida Forest Festival.


Letters to the Editor


Can city ban texting while driving?
Dear Editor: I for one as with some which is required by law, if
I would like to address other people I've talked to I'm not mistaken, even they
a couple of issues with would like them to think themselves don't.do half the
the city council, county about putting a ban on time.
commissioners, City of texting and talking while While teaching my son
Perry Police Department, driving like they have in to drive he stated, "I don't
county sheriff and Florida other states. I myself would know why people don't
Highway Patrol. think this would slow down use turn signals--they're
It seems they are worried the accident rates in this so easy to use." That's just
about our youth in this county. While I'm on the them being too lazy, in my
community which is a good subject of driving while opinion, but you know what
thing. They've banned all distracted, I'd like to see they say about opinions--
these synthetic drugs for our local law enforcement this is just mine.


their benefit throughout the
city and county.

Obama 'not
Dear Editor:
I'm writing you in
response to the letter in
the Taco Times printed
in the Oct. 3, 2012, issue
concerning the mediocre
military that the democratic
party is creating. This letter
reeks of pre-civil rights
Deep South rhetoric.
Before I go any further,
I'm not gay (I raised one
son and four daughters)
and I'm a white male. I was


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tighten up on people not
using their turn signals


Thank you,
Glen McCranie


literally sick to my stomach
after reading the letter and
ashamed of your newspaper
for actually printing hate
mongering. First of all,every
educated. American knows
that throughout history the
greatest world conquering
armies were very openly gay.
The Greeks, the Romans,
Alexander the Great's army,
etc. etc. The Israeli army
of today is a very effective
military and they have an


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openly gay military.
President Obama is
not cutting the military's
budget, he is a very effective
military president. He is just
not increasing their budget
because the Iraq war is over
and we are winding down
in Afghanistan. They don't
"*-* Please see page 13


'Stop the

UN from

destroying

America'

Dear Editor:
Stop the UN. Stop the UN
from destroying America.
Agenda 21 is the US. Stop
Agenda 21.
Agenda 21 will destroy
our town, county, state
and country if left to go
unchecked. You may think
this is alarmism at the
highest, but if you delve into
the UN agenda you will see
how your life and those you
love will be impacted.
It is socialism at the
highest. Ask those that left
Cuba.
Property rights vs. rights
to property.
There is a big difference.
",,, Please see page 13


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NOT EMPTY... BUT RUNNING LOW.


Midweek Muddle


Embracing simplicity &

* *: making it complicated
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN


The daughter was tanned,
relaxed and totally unprepared.
She had just taken a bite of
the shrimp sandwich we were
sharing, along with a Greek
salad on the side. Tall glasses
of sweet tea, with lemon, were
before us.
"When I'm in the nursing
home, I will need chap stik on
my lips, please."
She hates it when I do that.
We're not supposed to talk
about these difficult transitions
in Life, and I understand that.
I've always preferred the ostrich
approach, too: what you can't
see won't happen.
But, the truth is: it could
happen and I'm learning to say
now, what I may forget to say
later.
"Mammaaaaa," she said,
drawing out, the term of
endearment to suggest her
disappointment. "Why do you
do that?"'
"I just do," I admitted. "And
one more thing," I said as she
was rolling her eyes, "if I drop
dead, don't let that bother you
a bit. I'm beginning to think
that dropping dead is a good
way to go."
Then she held her hands
toward me in a "stand back"
position and I agreed to depart
from this line of conversation
even though it was about Life's
only certainty, death.
But it caused me to wonder,
what other comforts do I feel
I just can't live without? As I
made a short list, I realized all
could be mine for a few dollars.
Finally, I have embraced
simplicity.
A good pillow
I don't want to spend many
nights on this earth without
a good pillow. When I was
younger, I could have slept on
a rock without any side effects,
but now I must have a good
pillow in order to enjoy the
next day.
Steal my jewelry, if you must,
but please leave my pillow.
Jar gripper
There was a time when funeral
homes gave out fans and Liberty
National agents distributed
packages of sewing needles.
What 1 have missed the most,
however, are those rubbery
jar grippers which banks
distributed to good customers.
I don't want to live in a world
of jars without a rubbery jar


gripper. After a lifetime of
unleashing pickles and jellies,
my current jar gripper is nearly
in shreds. If it completely falls
apart, I'll have to use a hammer.
Since interest rates at banks
across the nation are at all-time
lows, couldn't they just give us
all a jar gripper for not burying
our money in the backyard?
Coca-Cola
I drink a lot of water every
day, and enjoy it. But if I need
to meet a newspaper deadline,
plan a wedding or simply drive
my car into town, I need a Coca-
Cola in the morning, and one or
two after that, too.
I know it's horrible, but I
don't do methamphetamine
or cocaine. I don't even drink
much wine and I've only smoked
one cigarette. I don't dabble in
adultery or swear much.
That entitles me, I think, to
have a Coca-Cola every day
with all the caffeine, calories
and syrup that will fit into a
skinny yet shapely bottle. My
punishment, of course, is that
everyday my shape becomes
less like that bottle's.
After that Coca-Cola, I want
to brush my teeth with Crest-I
love that fresh minty taste and,
if you use the really good stuff,
it will make you drink more
water which is good for you.
Then the vicious cycle begins
again with chap stik.
In a time of war or pestilence,
I might be able to wear my
underwear two days in a row,
but I can't live without chap
stik. I'd rather wear shoes that
hurt. Without chap stik, my lips
dry out like dessert sand which
causes me to lick them and that
just causes them to become
even more chapped.
Like my mother, I call lipstick
my "red badge of courage." But
underneath it, I need chap stik...
whether Wall Street crashes
again or Harvard becomes a
technical school.
So, in case the daughter
forgets, could the rest of you
remember? When I go to the
nursing home, I will need chap
stik.
A good pillow.
And a morning Coca-Cola
followed by some minty
toothpaste and a glass of ice
water (not a bottle).
And my lipstick.
See? Dropping dead is a lot
easier.


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A-3 TacoTimes October 10, 2012


$175,000 awarded for coastal park


Taylor County officials'
efforts to alleviate parking
congestion around the
Keaton Beach public boat
ramp received a boost
last week when it was
announced that the county
has received a $175,000
state grant to construct an
overflow parking lot at the
adjacent Keaton Beach
Coastal Park.
Although work has
continued at the property
on other aspects of the park
throughout this year, the
parking lot was delayed due
to the project's cost.
According to County
Grants Coordinator Melody
Cox, the county has
approximately $200,000
available for the parking lot,
but after seeking bids three
separate times, the lowest
bid was $450,000.
In February, the county
commission agreed to
pursue a Florida Boating
Improvement Program
(FBIP) for an additional
$175,000 with a local match
of $75,000 coming from
District 3 (Commissioner
Lonnie Houck) paving
funds, Cox said.
The cycle was delayed,


Undisclosed

amount of

cash stolen

ROBBERY
Continued from page 1

the suspect demands and
was not harmed. The suspect
fled with an undisclosed
amount of cash," Cruse said.
Det. Dwight Norris is
handling the investigation.
Anyone with information
is asked to call him at 584-
5121.


however, when the funding
source for the grant was
shifted from the state to the
federal government, she
added.
Asked Monday, Cox said
the county is now waiting
on a contract from the state
on the new funding.
"As soon as we have a
contract, we're ready to
go," she said. "We have the
bids. We have the permits.
Everything is done. The
contractor agreed to hold
his prices."
This is the third FBIP
grant the county has
received for the project.
"FBIP provided funding
assistance in 2010-11 for the
design and engineering of
the parking facilities at the
site and awarded the county
a second grant in 2011-12


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in the amount of $100,000
for the actual construction,"
Cox said.
The county recently
received an extension on the
$ II II 111 grant to June 2013
in order to give the county
lime to seek additional
funding, she added.
"The parking facilities
have been designed to meet
coastal-friendly, low-impact
development standards
using permeable pavers,"
Cox said.
In addition to the parking
lot, the county received
a Coastal Partnership
Initiative (CPI) grant for
the construction of a picnic
pavilion, educational
kiosk, habitat signage and
landscaping, which were
completed this past summer.
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awarded the county a
transportation enhancement
grant to construct a bike
and pedestrian trail from
the park to Dark Island. The


design work will begin in
2014 and construction in
2015.
Many ofthe improvements
are part of the county's 10-
year management plan with


the Florida Communities
Trust Program (FCT).
The county acquired the
44-acre park site in 2008
through a $3 million FCT
grant.


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Pumpkin Patch open for fun, funds
It's fall...and to mark the change of seasons, you really should find your way to the
Pumpkin Patch, presented by First United Methodist Church.
"The Pumpkin Patch will be open from 4-6 p.m. weekday afternoons and from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. on Saturdays," said James Taylor, pastor. On weekdays, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
you may ring the bell at the church office on Jefferson Street. Pumpkins range from $1 to
$20. Funds raised go toward mission projects and youth events.
In celebration of the season, on Saturday, Oct. 20, the church will have a special showing
of "It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" at 7 p.m. as well as other "tales from the
Pumpkin Patch!" Taylor is confident there's a pumpkin waiting just for you.


A-4 TacoTimes October 10, 2012


Can you taste


By LORIWIGGINS
UF/Family & Consumer
Sciences Agent III
Apples and pumpkins,
cinnamon and nutmeg,
soups and stews. You
guessed it it's fall.
Fall is the time when food
starts to take center stage
- farmers' markets are re-
opening with fresh produce,
Oktoberfests are happening,
tailgating is going on,
Halloween is approaching
with pumpkin carving and
treats, apples are being
dipped in caramel and being
pressed for cider, and cooks
are researching soup recipes
to help ward off the coming
change of the weather.
Living in North Florida
we don't see the leaves
changing color quite yet
or feel the temperatures
dropping too rapidly, but
stores are receiving an
abundance of pumpkins and
apples. They are not only
in the produce departments
but also used for flavorings
of the new offerings of
foods lining grocery shelves
from cream cheese to coffee
creamers. Of course, there
are always pumpkin pie and
pumpkin-flavored cookies
to end a hearty meal.
Apples, a favorite fall
fruit, are being made into
fritters, combined with
cabbage, used as chutney,
being mixed with sausages,
made, into cakes and pies,
topped onto pancakes,
baked and, of course, used
for stuffing. Local stores
are carrying apple butter, a
new apple-flavored yogurt,
candy-dipped apples, bags
of sliced apples, dried
apples and fresh cider along
with a variety of fresh
apples.
Here are some pumpkin
and apple products that are
available in local stores:
Winn Dixie and/
or Walmart: Hershey's
pumpkin spice Kisses, $3;
Yoplait apple crisp low-fat
yogurt, $2, package of four;
Philadelphia pumpkin spice
flavor cream cheese, $1.99;
Dunkin Donuts pumpkin
spice ground coffee, $7.99;
Starbucks via pumpkin


spice instant coffee, $7.99,
8 single-serve packets;
Green Mountain Naturals
hot apple cider, $12.99,
16 cups; Green Mountain
Naturals pumpkin spice
coffee, $10.99, 16 cups;
International Delight
pumpkin pie spice-flavored
creamer, $1.79; Coffee
Mate pumpkin spice-
flavored creamer, $1.99;
Pillsbury pumpkin-shaped
sugar cookies, $1.75, 24
pre-cut cookies; Krusteaz
pumpkin pie bar mix, $2.48;
Ben & Jerry's pumpkin
pie cheesecake ice cream,
$3.48, 1 pint; and pumpkin
rolls, $5.88.
Look to local restaurants
for more autumn delights
like these:
McDonalds: pumpkin
milkshake & pumpkin pie.
Burger King: gingerbread
milkshake, gingerbread


cookie sundae, and
seasoned sweet potato curly
fries.
Barclays: pumpkin rolls
and pumpkin bread.
Pouncey's: pumpkin pie
and pumpkin bread.
Golden Corral: pumpkin
cake and pumpkin pie.
Courthouse Caf6: caramel
apple cheesecake
Goodman's: soups and
pies.
Joyce's Downtown Caf6:
pumpkin roll and ten layer
cake.
Mama's Italian: pumpkin
cake, squash soup and
pumpkin soup.
Johnson's Bakery: apple
fritters, pumpkin, apple,
pecan and sweet potato
pies.
Rosehead: pumpkin and
pecan pie, soups (new taco
soup), fudge, brittle and
seasonal cookies.


Lndsey Melton & Bryan Linton
November 10, 2012
Charlotte Barbaree & Jonathan Young
November 24, 2012


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December 29, 2012
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March 2, 2013
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As one of its community projects, the Perry Woman's Club has chosen
to sponsor one family for the 2012-13 school year through the Backpack
Food Program. The recent donation was made by President Shawna Beach
(right) to Abbey Tharpe (left) and Lori Wiggins representing the Taylor
County Extension Service which oversees the program.


Garden Club learns: for

spring beauty, plant in fall


Perry Garden Club
members are reminded
of this month's meeting
pn Wednesday, Oct. 17,
beginning with refreshments
at 9:30 a.m. followed by the
business meeting at 10.
Hostesses on the
refreshment committee
are Vivian.Sheffield 'and
Shuge Mangum, with
Liska Gooding as the head
hostess. The horticulture
tip will be presented by
Bettie Page.
The guest speaker will
be Linda Van Beck, author
of "Daffodils in Florida: A
Field Guide to the Coastal
South" and member of the
Daffodil Society. She will
explain "everything you


need to know about growing
daffodils in north Florida."


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welcome to attend.


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for the crowning of the 2012 honorees.
Kim Pegg will serve as Mistress of Ceremonies.



Tickets for the event are $5 and
are available at the Festival Office
adjacent to the Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce,
428 N. Jefferson St. 584-TREE


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For prayers and gifts


Dennis thanks community


Words cannot express my appreciation
for the outpouring of love and support
during the loss of my sister, Christine
Woody. I want to thank my church family,
Restoration Faith Center, our Women's
Ministry, Heart2Heart and Brother's Keeper
Men's Ministry.
I also want to thank Potter's House
Ministry, Potter's House Kitchen Ministry,
New Jerusalem PB Church, New Brooklyn
MB Church and Union St. Church of God.
Thanks to everyone that traveled with me
to the funeral in Miccosukee at Concord
AME Church: Pastor Kenneth Dennis,
Pastor Connie Mote, Mother Junie Atkins,
Bro. Kenneth Brown, Evangelist Ellen
Smith, Sis. Michelle Washington, Sis.
Patricia Robinson, Sis. Marie Neal, Bro.
Jerry and Sis. Delois Clayton, Min. May


Encouragement and frosting
On Sept. 19, Faith Baptist Church used the "Adopt-A-Grade" program
of Character Education Now, L.L.C., as a doorway into the schools to help
encourage teachers during a season marked by tragedy and the deaths of
two high school students. Appreciation was extended to Winn Dixie for
donating a cake to feed up to 100 people. Gift certificates were made
available for a drawing for "our wonderful teachers and staff at Taylor.
County High School." Shown with Principal Michael Thompson, center,
are Paul Nawlin of Character Education Now and Alicia Beshears, assistant
principal.


Obituaries


Bessie Kasell Simons
Bessie Kasell Simons, 76, died
Wednesday, Oct. 3 2012, at her residence
in Perry. She was the daughter of Marion
Kasell and Mae Clary Kasell.
A Licensed Practical Nurse, she worked
with Marshall Health and Rehabilitation
and Doctors' Memorial Hospital. She was a
lifelong resident of Perry and a member of
Southside Baptist Church.
Survivors include: her husband of 50
years, Curtis Simons of Perry; three sons,
James (Karen) Simons of Albany, Ga.,
Roland (Dana) Simons of Erwin, Tenn.,
and Alvin (Mamie) Simons of Perry; one
daughter Connie Legge of Perry; two
brothers Kenneth Kasell of Perry and Gene
Kasell of Jacksonville; one sister, Shirley
Sheffield of Jacksonville; 10 grandchildren;
and six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Friday, Oct.
5, at 2 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev. Gary French officiating.
Interment followed in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members received friends one hour
prior to services.
Memorial donations may be made to Big


E. Ray, Sis. Patricia Gross, Sis. Lasandra
Collins, Kendrevious Dennis, Connie Mote,
Mother Ruth Monroe, Deacon Willie & Sis.
Lessie Gent, Mother Willie (C.) Johnson,
Sis. Theresa Mickens, Bro. Benjamin
Flowers and Bro. Walter Tucker.
I also would like to thank Min. Cara
Glanton, Sis. Annetta Davis, Bro. Montray
and Sis. Canedra Gross, Sis. Audrey
Williams, Sis. Sonja Bolden, Sis. Janice
Brown, Bro. Rubin Collins, Bro. David
Collins and Mother Alberta Bradley.
Thanks to everyone that called, sent
cards, monetary gifts, floral pieces, food,
prayers, condolences, resolutions and all
other acts of kindness.
God bless you,
Carmen Dennis and Family


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arrangements.

Hugh William Poppell
Hugh William Poppell, 41, died Friday,
Oct. 5, 2012. in Perry.
A native and lifelong resident of Taylor
County, he was the son of Hugh D. Poppell
and Linda Ezell Poppell. He worked as a
waiter in food service.
He was preceded in death by his mother,
Linda Ezell Poppell.
Survivors include: his father, Hugh D.
Poppell; step-mother, Betty Poppell: a
sister, Christina Poppell Muller; a step-
sister, Stacey S. Sealey Fike; two uncles.
Melvin Ezell and Ronald W. Poppell; a host
of nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Graveside services were held Tuesday,
Oct. 9, at 11 a.m. at Pisgah Cemetery with
Justin Webb officiating. Family members
received friends Monday from 5 until 7
p.m. at Burs Funeral Home Chapel.
You may send condolences to the family
at: www.joepburnsfuneralhomes.com.


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Saturday, Oct. 13 11:00 a.m.
Home of the Woods Family on Bird Island
All graduates, attendees, teachers and employees are welcome to attend!
The school, established in the small township of Salem, taught first through twelfth grades.
For more information, please call Clinton Wood (578-2161) or Beatrice Strickland (584-3699).
""1 Please bring a covered dish or dessert to accompany BBQ.
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Exercise your right
to attendcthe church
of your choice.


Next Saturday, Oct. 13 7 am-noon

To try and take advantage of milder weather,
a community clean-up day is being planned
for Pisgah Cemetery on the morning of
Saturday, October 13.
The Taylor County Commission manages
mowing at Pisgah Cemetery, as budget
allows, utilizing county equipment and inmate
labor, so our goals for Saturday are trash
pick-up and haul-off, tree-trimming, fence line
cleaning, and general grounds maintenance.
If you have tools and equipment that will be
helpful with these tasks such as trailers,
tree- trimming equipment, gloves or trash
bags, please bring them. Everyone can
contribute so come by and help us show
respect for our families and community by
spending a little time maintaining one of
Taylor County's historic cemeteries.
Please call James Poppell at 584-7606 for more info.


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Ruth Ellen Wilson
Ruth Ellen Wilson, 92, died Friday, Oct. 5, 2012, at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
She was born in Alma, Mich., on Dec. 8, 1919, to
Harry Lee Orwig Sr. and Olive Breece Orwig, both
deceased.
Coming from Orlando, she had lived in Perry
since 1962. Mrs. Wilson was a member of the First
Presbyterian Church of Perry since 1962, a member
of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and an alumnus of
Florida State College for Women where she earned
a degree in education. She was a school teacher for
many years, retiring from Perry Primary School. She
enjoyed Bible study and time spent at the beach,
having worked many summers at the Dekle Beach
Store. Mrs. Wilson played both the accordion and the
piano.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 36
years, James 0. (Jim) Wilson, Sr. (1938-1974); a
daughter, Linda Ruth Wilson Cain; a brother, Harry Lee
(Buddy) Orwig Jr.; and a sister, Beatrice Orwig.
Survivors include: a son, James D. (Jim) Wilson
Jr. of Tallahassee; two daughters, Jo Ellen Kinsey
of Perry and Debbie (and husband Mike) Knowles
of Eridu; a sister-in-law, Thelma Orwig of LaBelle; a
niece, Susan Orwig; a nephew, Harry Lee Orwig III;
nine grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held today, Oct. 10, at 1 p.m.
at the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Larry
Neal officiating. A brief visitation for family and friends
will be held in the church courtyard after the service
before interment at 2 p.m. at Pleasant Grove Church
Cemetery.
You may send condolences to the family at:
www.joepbumsfuneralhomes.com


Ruth Sheppard
Ruth E, Sheppard, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-
grandmolther, and friend, returned to Glory in the late hours Friday,
Aug 3 '201., after a long and courageous battle with pancreatic
cancer. She was born in West Bend, Iowa, March 26, 1927.
She was the wife of the late Harry Sheppard and is survived
by her children, Janice Schafstall and her husband Chuck of
Tavernier, FL; David Wayne and his wife Sandy of Lake Spivey,
GA Janet Fitch and her husband Neal of Tallahassee; and Steven
Waiyne of Piano, TX. Mrs. Sheppard had seven grandchildren and
eighl great-grandchildren, Mrs. Sheppard's son Guy preceded her
lu heaiil in 1993.
Mrs. Sheppard graduated from Dysert High School, then
attended a business college in Dysert where she earned a certificate
in Business Administration. She worked in accounting for many
years and was still employed by Ezell industries at the time of ipr
passing. She was the pianist at Blue Creek Baptist Church and
Bethel Baptist Church during her tenure at each church.
A memorial service for Mrs. Sheppard will be held at Blue
Creek Baptist Church Saturday, October 20, 2012 at 11 a.m.
The Reverend John Dorman will officiate. It'will be followed by
a time of fellowship at the church at which time the family would
like to express its gratitude to Mrs. Sheppard's many friends who
made her golden years in Perry and Keaton Beach so warm and
memorable.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made in
Mrs. Sheppard's memory to Helping Hands of the Shelter (HHOTS).
do Dodd Franklin, 3548 Woods Creek Rd., Perry, FL 32347 or Big
Be1.1 Hosp1,rce. 216A W Mai St Pe ry F:L .C4"


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Participants wow with high-energy opener


FESTIVAL ROYALTY
Continued from page 1
closing number that had
the hundreds killing Forest
Capital Hall clapping in
time.
Claiming the top two
first runner-up spots were
Madison Thomas (DYW
of Taylor County) and
Cheyenne Hoover (DYW of
Perry).
DYW of Perry Huyck
also took home the talent
award and community
service essay awards.
DYW of Taylor County
Wilson won the scholastic
award, self-expression
award and Be Your Best
Self award.
Kayla Beasley received
the Spirit of Distinguished
Young Women award.
Thomas and Hannah Blanco
were presented the fitness
(Group 1 and Group 2)

First degree

felony charge

possible in

hit-and-run
HIT-AND-RUN
Continued from page 1
Parts of a skateboard were
found at the scene and "we
don't know if he (Poppell)
was on it or carrying it when
the crash happened."
More than 100 fluorescent
orange circles dotted the
stretch of roadway where
Poppell was struck, marking
where items of potential
evidence were found. On
Monday, officers were back
in the area to complete
measurements and map the
scene.
Ptl. Chad Cannon handled
the initial investigation;
Det. Sgt. Gene Franklin
is completing the traffic
homicide investigation.
Under Florida law, any
driver fouqd to have left the
scene of an accident that
resulted in a death could
face first degree felony
charges


awards.
Johnson was among the
16 participants who took
the stage Saturday night
for a high-energy opening
number that set the pace for
the nearly four-hour long
program.
The first eight participants
then dazzled the crowd with
a display of physical fitness
that left everyone breathless
from the exertion.
Next on the program
were talent presentations
from candidates #9-16
(with the exception of #15
Johnson).
The second round of talent
performances followed the
second round of physical
fitness competitions.
Capping the competition
was the self-expression
portion of the program with
all 15 participants-Stacy
Garand, Alison Roberts,
Megan Huyck, Cheyenne


Hoover, Hannah Blanco,
Madison Thomas, Alyson
Riley, Marlena Cockcroft,
Ashley Giacomucci,
Molly Wilson, Abigail
Bratcher, Shon Anderson,
Keria Gibson, Kayla
Beasley and Victoria
Albritton--returning to
stage dressed in knee-length
gowns of their choice.
Entertainment for the
evening included vocal
performances from 2011
DYW First Runner-Up
CarrieBeth Nowlin, Carlotta
Washington and Cajun Ford.
2011 DYW of Taylor
County Ja'Brayla Bell,
2011 Florida Forest Festival
Little Queen Anna Coleman
and Little King Dillon
Lusby were also featured
special guests.
Taylor County Property
Appraiser Bruce Ratliff
served as master of
ceremonies. Stacey Cruse


Fellow participants voted to present Kayla
Beasley, left, the coveted "Spirit of Distinguished
Young Women" award during ceremonies held
Saturday at Forest Capital Hall. Hannah Blanco,
right, won one of two fitness awards given (first
runner-up Madison Thomas won the second
award). All of the program's participants will be
featured in the Florida Forest Festival King Tree
Parade Saturday, Oct. 27.


SUV overturned in water-filled ditch


ROLLOVER
Continued from page 1
Thoman then attempted
to correct the Sorento
by steering to the left
and the vehicle re-entered
the roadway, Stephens
said.
She then over-corrected


to the right and lost control
of the vehicle.
The Sorento rotated
clockwise and re-entered
the north shoulder before
overturning an unknown
number of times and
entering a water-filled
ditch, coming to a rest on its
roof.


According to Stephens.
personnel with Taylor
County Fire-Rescue moved
the vehicle because Thoman
was trapped in the vehicle
and underwater.
Thoman was transported
to Doctors' Memorial
Hospital and pronounced
deceased.


and Angie Gihson shared
co-chair honors, assisted
by Jordan Williams,
Hannah Allbritlon, Sondra
Shaw, Lauren Wilson,
Hope Fronek, Lynda
Edwards, Haley Lago and
Rebecca Vann along with a
host of production staff
members.
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A-8 Taco Times October 10, 2012


Start district play 1-0



'Dogs dominate Walton in 45-27 win


By AARON PORTWOOD
Taylor County's varsity
football team got back on
track in a big way Friday
night in Perry with a
convincing 45-27 win over
Walton County that vaults
the Bulldogs to the top of
the District 1-4A standings.
Led by junior QB Daniel
Wentworth, who completed.
14 of 18 passes for '237
yards, threw for 3 TDs and
ran for another, the Bulldogs
built a 38-6 lead over the
Walton County Braves
before substituting freely in
the fourth quarter.


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The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) will
host a workshop this week
to gather public input on
Gulf of Mexico gag grouper.
The workshop focus
will be determining the


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is
offering a free hunter safety
Internet-completion course
in Taylor County.
The class is Oct. 20 from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students
who have taken the online
course and wish to complete
this classroom portion must
bring the online-completion
report with them.
The location for this
class will be given to those


on offense and defense of
the season so far," Bulldog
Head Coach Ryan Smith
told his team after the game.
"That was the best job we
have done all season on both
sides of the ball. We are now
1-0 in district, and we have
another district game in two
weeks. But, this week we
have got to get ready for a
very good Jefferson County
team coming in here."
The Bulldogs (2-3 overall,
1-0 in district) dominated
district foe Walton (3-3
overall, 0-1 in district) on
both sides of the ball, out-


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First Downs
Rushing Yards
Corp !Passes/Int
Pass Yards


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3/21 Punts/Avg. 4/35.8
4/2 Fumbles/Lost 3/1
10/100 Penalties/Yds. 9/56



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Four different Bulldog
receivers caught touchdown
passes -- led by junior
Moral Stephens, who had
6 receptions for 147 yards
and a 64-yard TD that broke
Walton County's back on the
first play of the 4th quarter.
Eury Holmes had three
catches for 50 yards and
a 39-yard TD reception
from back-up QB Mitch
Stephens; Chance Rodgers
reeled in 4 catches for 49
yards, including a 9-yard TD
pass and Jaymonte McLeod
had 2 catches for 30 yards,
including a 21-yard TD
reception.
The Bulldogs' defense
stuffed Walton County's
rushing attack holding the
Braves to just 50 total yards
of offense in the first half
(38 passing, 12 rushing).
Before Bulldog coaches
pulled many starters in
the final quarter, Taylor
County's defense allowed
only 98 total yards of offense
through three quarters of
play.
Walton did manage to
gain 140 yards and score
three touchdowns in the final
7 minutes of the game -- part
of a wild, high-scoring 4th
quarter that saw both teams
combine for 6 TD's and
each score 21 points.
"Our defense had a very
good game. We did a good
job of shutting them down.
This was our best game


gaining the Braves 392-239
and scoring a season-high
45 points.
That started on the very
first play of the game, after
Walton tried an onside kick,
and Smith called for a long
pass to Stephens on 1st and
10 from the Bulldogs' 47-
yard line.
Wentworth dropped back


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Open Week
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Jefferson County
East Gadsden
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Potential changes to the
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The workshop is from 6


who register in advance by
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All firearms, ammunition
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People born on or after
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and got plenty of protection
from his offensive line to
allow him to throw a 36-
yard strike down the middle
of the field to Division
I prospect WR Moral
Stephens (6-4, 205 lb.), who
made a diving 36-yard catch
at the 17-yard line.
Wentworth punched the
ball in from the 4-yard line
two plays later for the first
score of the game.
Making his first start as a
varsity kicker, Evan Ward
nailed the first of his 5 extra
point kicks on the night to
give the Bulldogs a 7-0 lead
just 1:17 into the game.
The Taylor County
defense forced a three-and-
out, as Luke Kallschmidt,
Evan Grambling, Jermaine
Watkins, Johnny Anderson,
Javolis McNeal and Davis
Helm came up big.
Smith made sure Stephens
got plenty of touches, as he
unveiled a new wrinkle
in the Bulldog offense by
handing off to the big wide
receiver on a sweep play
that picked up 6 yards and
was good for a touchdown
that was called back for a
motion penalty.
Senior runningback Jake
Smymios (13 carries, 46
yards) picked up 16 yards
on 3 carries on the Bulldogs'
second drive of the game
and Wentworth had two
highlight-reel QB keepers
that left defenders grasping
for air and picked up 21
yards.
After a fade pass to
Stephens in the endzone was
knocked away, Ward kicked
a 26-yard field goal to give
the Bulldogs a 10-0 lead
with 5:33 remaining in the
Ist quarter.


Site Time
Result
Away 42-37 W
Home 20-19 V
Home 20-41 L
Away 9-21 L
Away 7-42 L


Home 45-27 VW
Home 7:30
Away 7:30
Home 7:30
Away 7:30
Away 7:30


to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11,
at the Perry City Council
meeting room, 224 S.
Jefferson St., in Perry.
This workshop is a first
step in determining the 2013
federal and state Gulf gag
grouper recreational season.


before purchasing a Florida
hunting license. The FWC
course satisfies hunter safety
training requirements for all
other states and Canadian
provinces.
Those interested in
attending a course can
register online and obtain
information about future
hunter safety classes at
MyFWC .com/HunterSafety
or by calling the FWC's
regional office in Lake City
at 386-758-0525.


Watkins, Tyler Evans,
Helm, McNeal and
Grambling forced a Braves'
punt, but Walton got the ball
back one play later when
Wentworth was picked off
on a pass over the middle.
Aided by a 15-yard
roughing the passer penalty
on an incomplete 3rd and 17
pass that resulted in a first
down, Walton converted
the turnover into their only
points of the half with
a 38-yard wheel pass to
runningback Amos Williams
out of the backfield.
The PAT was blocked to
keep the score 10-6 with
11:45 remaining in the 2nd
quarter.
A 20-yard pass to Holmes
was negated by a holding
penalty and forced a Bulldog
punt that was blocked for
an 18-yard loss that gave
Walton a chance to take the
lead with the ball on the
Bulldogs' 14-yard line.
However, the 'Dog
defense came up huge, as
McNeal, Calub Murphy and
Kallschmidt combined to
stop a 1st down run for no
gain, Kallschmidt made a
big hit in the backfield for a
3-yard loss and Grambling
tackled Williams for a
5-yard loss on 3rd down.
Walton attempted a 38-
yard field goal that sailed
wide left, allowing Taylor
County to dodge a huge
bullet.
A penalty and a sack
forced another Bulldog punt,
but the 'Dog defense came
up big again with another
3-and-out keyed by Murphy,
Ke'Various Franklin and


Bulldog quarterback Daniel Wentworth (1 b)
and his top receiver Moral Stephens (3) celebrate
after a touchdown. Wentworth threw for 237
yards Friday night with Stephens accounting for
147 of them. (Photo byWayne Dunwoody)


Grambling.
Taylor County tacked
on another touchdown just
before half, as Wentworth
engineered a 10-play, 85-
yard drive capped by a
9-yard TD pass to Rodgers
with 21 seconds remaining
in the 2nd quarter.
Stephens picked up 7
yards on a sweep, Smyrnios


had a 23-yard gain brought
back due to an illegal block
penalty and Stephens picked
up a great block from
Smyrios to turn a bubble
screen into a 27-yard gain.
Smyrios ran for 17 yards
on the drive and Rodgers
picked up 15 and a first
'* Please see page 9


Gag grouper public workshop


Thursday in city council room


GENERAL ELECTION

November 6, 2012


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BOOK CLOSING
The books for the General Election have now closed! Any person that is not currently registered
anywhere in the state of Florida and now wishes to register for the first time will not be eligible to
vote in the General Election. Voters may still update their name, address and signature.
PUBLIC FORUM CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a public forum on the
constitutional amendments that will be on the 2012 General Election ballot on Thursday, Oct.
18, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. at the Perry Garden Club. Local attorney and National Counselor for the
Chamber, Mike Smith will be the facilitator of the forum delivering much needed information
and answering questions about upcoming constitutional amendment changes. For additional
information concerning the 2012 General Election ballot and the eleven amendments visit the
Supervisor of Elections website at www.tavlorelections.com.
ABSENTEE REQUESTS
If you are voting by absentee ballot, be sure you place
the proper postage on your returned envelope
$ .65 is the required postage
Any registered voter may vote an absentee ballot. Request can be accepted only from the
voter, a member of the voter's immediate family or legal guardian. Please call the elections
office at (850) 838-3515 to request an absentee ballot. The Supervisor of Elections office has
now mailed all absentee ballots for those voters who have already made a request and will
continue to mail absentees on a daily basis as requests are received.
Florida Statute defines immediate family as the designee's spouse or the parent,
child, grandparent or sibling of the designee or of the designee's spouse.
The last date to request an absentee ballot to be mailed for the
General Election is Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012.
SAMPLE BALLOTS
Sample ballots are now available on the Supervisor of Elections website. Just click the
sample ballot link and follow the prompts. Sample ballots are scheduled to be mailed to each
household in the county the week of Oct. 15. If you have moved, please call the Supervisor of
Elections Office to update your residential and mailing address. Florida law states you must
vote in the precinct in which you reside. Due to the length of the 2012 General Election ballot
your Supervisor of Elections office is advising you to read and mark your ballot and then
remember to bring it with you when you go to your polling location.
EARLY VOTING
Early voting will take place in the Supervisor of Elections Office on the 2nd floor of the county
courthouse and will begin on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012, and will continue through Saturday,
Nov. 3, 2012, for eight consecutive days. Early voting hours will be as 'oll,:'ws
Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012, through Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012, from 12 noon until 6 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, through Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Any voter in the county may vote early in lieu of going to their precinct on Election Day.
PHOTO AND SIGNATURE ID REQUIRED
Photo and signature identification is required by Florida Law. If the picture ID does not
contain the signature of the voter an additional identification that provides the voter's signature
shall be required. A voter information card is no longer accepted as a form of ID.


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39-yard TD pass caps Bulldogs'scoring


BULLDOGS
Continued from page 8
down on a key 3rd and I
conversion that set up his
9-yard TD catch.
Kallschmidt and Franklin
recorded a sack on the final
play of the half to help the
Bulldogs maintain a 17-6
lead.
Taylor County made it
24-6 midway through the
3rd quarter when Wentworth
hit McLeod on a pretty 21-
yard TD pass..
Shawn Burney, Helm,
Kallschmidt, K-Frank.
Evans and u ;Murph,
continued to' put .the
pressure on Walhon Helm,
and Kallschmidt put an
exclamation point on a 3rd-
quarter. shut-out with a big
QB sack on'the final play.
The Bulldogs put the nail
in the coffin on the first play
of the 4th 'as Wentworth
threw another post pattern
deep down the middle to
Stephens, who made another
great grab and stayed on his
feet for a 64-yard TD and a


31-6 Bulldog lead.
Less than 2 minutes
later, the 'Dog defense
scored a touchdown of their
own when Jamar McNeal
blindsided Wallon QB
Chris Kelley and forced a
fumble that was scooped
by Jamarcus Robertson
and returned 25 yards for
a touchdown with 10:18 to
play in the game.
Grant Parker booted the
PAT through the uprights to
make the score 38-6.
After the Bulldogs
began to substitute freely,
Walton scored two quick.
touchdowns, including a
3-yard TD run and a 20-
yard fumble return for a
touchdown when back-up
QB Mitch Stephens was
stripped of the ball on an
option run.
After seeing their lead
shrink to 38-21, the Bulldogs
recovered an onside kick
attempt, and Mitch Stephens
bounced right back on the
very next play to hit Holmes
in stride for a 39-yard TD
pass to make the score 45-21


after another PAT by Parker.
Walton tacked on 'a late
touchdown, but Helm
intercepted the 2-point pass
attempt to keep the final 45-
27.
Calub Murphy and Davis
I-elm led the Bulldog
defense, which got big plays
from a number of different
players. Murphy recorded
10 solo tackles and had 6
assists, while Helm had 10
solo tackles and 3 assists to


go with an interception of a
2-point conversion pass.
Evan Grambling and
Luke Kallschmidt (I pass
break-up) each made big
plays and both finished with
7 solo and 3 assists, while
Javolis McNeal (5 solo, 6
assists) had one of his best
games of the season.
Ke'Varius Franklin (5
solo, 2 assists, 1 sack)
and Tyler Evans (4 solo,
4 assists) played well on


BULLDOG FOOTBALL


Date Opponent
9/6 Suwannee County
9/13 NFC
9/20 Madison County


9/27
10/4


Florida High
Madison County


10/11 Wakulla County


Site Time
Home 7:00
Away 7:00
Home 7:00


Home
Away


7:00
7:00


Away 7:00


the defensive line, while
Marc Hamilton had 4 solo
tackles and 2 assists from
his defensive back spot.
Jamar McNeal (2 solo,
I assist, 2 sack, I forced
fumble) turned in two big
plays, making 2 sacks and
forcing a fumble that led to
a touchdown.
Shawn Burney finished
with 2 solo tackles and


three assists, while Ethan
Allbritton had 4 solo tackles
and I assist.
Jermaine Watkins
recorded 3 solo tackles and
1 assist, followed by Johnny
Anderson (3 assists), Darick
Ward (2 solo, 1 pass break-
up), Jamarcus Robertson
(1 assist, fumble recovery,
return for TD) and Art
Nelson (1 assist).


BULLDOG FOOTBALL


Date
9/6
9113
9/18
9/27
1014
10/11
10/18
10/25


Opponent
Lake City Richardson
Wakulla Middle
Cross City
Lake City Middle
Madison
Suwannee
Hamilton
Wakulla River Springs


Site Time
Away 6:00
Home 6:00
Away 6:00
Away 6:00
Home 6:00
Home 6:00
Home 6:00
Away 6:00


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Have a 'Yabba dabba doo' time!


Audience members for
Saturday's 57th annual
Florida Forest Festival Little
King & Queen Pageant are
sure to have a "Yabba dabba
doo" time!
This year's theme
celebrates "A Night in


Bedrock"...complete with a
visit from the iconic cartoon
cast-Fred Flintstone and
family (courtesy of The
Buddy's Relay team).
Tickets for the Oct. 13
event are on sale now at the
Chamber of Commerce ($5


each). The pageant starts at
6 p.m. at Forest Capital Hall
with an opening number set
to the Flintstones' theme
song, choreographed by
Magan Bowden.
Some 23 junior princes
and princesses will be vying


for the Little King and Little
Queen crowns, showcasing
their personalities in two
separate competition
rounds: "What I Want to
Be When I Grow Up" and
formal wear.
Taylor County Public


Library's Kim Pegg
will serve as Mistress
of Ceremonies and
entertainment will be
provided by the newly
named 2012 Distinguished
Young Woman of Taylor
County Molly Wilson and


2012 Distinguished Young
Woman of Perry Megan
Huyck, as well as Hanna
Davis and Heather Dice.
Amy Bowden and Marcy
Freeman return for the
eighth year as co-chairs of
the event.


Contestant #1 Contestant #2
Kayden Lee Walker Curry
Parents: Alanna & Parents: Jesika &
Derrick McGuire Brad Curry


Contestant #8
Brent Young
Parents: Keith &
Erin Young


Contestant #3 Contestant #4
Hannah Slaughter Miley Hill
Parents: Roger & Amber Parents: Tyson &
(Cannon) Slaughter Juanita Hill


Contestant #9 Contestant #10
Lauralai Blair Brannen Brant Neal
Parents: Charles & Parents: Tripp &
Breanna Brannen Shana Neal


Contestant #5
Kayden Weatherly
Parents: Ray &
Carol Weatherly


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Contestant #11 Contestant #12
Kingston Williams Makayla Grubbs
Parent: Quantasha Parents: Bradley Grubbs
Davis & Heather Grubbs


Contestant #7
Landon Garrett Burford
Parents: Lance &
Sonja Burford


Contestant #13
Ava Gantt
Parents: Frank&
Kia Gantt


Contestant #14
Ava Elizabeth Turner
Parents: Silas &
Angie Turner


Contestant #15
Hailey Kirkman
Parent: Lyndsay
Doyle


Contestant #16
Kaylee Ann
Marie Whiddon
Parent: Sheena Marie Whiddon


Contestant #17
Lillee Anna McCall
Parents: Josh &
Anna McCall


Contestant #18 Contestant #19
Destin Brown Karlee Brielle Sherrer
Parents: Ray & Robin Baker, Parents: Jade &
Heath Brown, Crystal Colon Tyler Sherrer


Contestant #20
Claire Carlton
Parents: Adam &
Kimberly Carlton


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Contestant #21
Dakota Cheyenne Parker
Parents: Melea (Harris)
Anderson & Adam Parker


Contestant #22 Contestant #23
Gracelyn Savana Raker Kadence Franklin
Parents: Ashley Everett Morris & Parents: Natassia Thomas
Ron Morris, Shiri & David Raker & Patrick Franklin


Contestant #24
Ryan Moody
Parents: Will &
Melissa Moody


Baby Photo
Contest
deadline is
this Friday
The deadline to enter the
2012 Florida Forest Festival
Baby Photo Contest is this
Friday, Oct. 12.
Winners will be
announced during the Little
King and Queen Pageant
Saturday, Oct. 13.
The entry fee is $9.
Entries may be submitted at
Photos, Frames & Trophies
in downtown Perry.


WlM-ee to mI m1
The Buddy's Relai For Lile ie.aIn j going all out
jind iecriating lll te to n ol Bedrock toi S.itlrd.\
niglh's i'h annual Fl. rinda. Fure'l Fe,,tsm al Lille King4


& Queen Pageant at Forest Capital Hall.
MeIlls invite you to stop by Flintstones'
Food Court .nd sample the following concessions:


Brontosaurus Burgers Dine Dogs Prehistoric Pickles

Barney's Butter Popcorn Neanderthal Nachos Bedrock Baby BBQ

Mr. Slate's Sodas Fred's Fruit Punch Pouches Wilma's Water

Barn Barn's Banana Pie Pebble's Treats Betty's Brownies
(Photo left) Meet the Flintstones: Ifront row, I to r) Abbey Rucks, Kaitlyn Smith, Melissa
Sunderland and Bryanne Dorman: (second row, I to r) Leslee Sunderland, J.J. Sunderland
and Christy Hendry; (third row, I to r) Tommy Rucks, Jami Smith, Matt Wallace, Alisha
Wallace and Rose Rucks.


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The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by
5 p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by
5 p.m. for the Perry News-Herald.




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Percy's Bees
Natures pure raw honey. "Honor
System" quarts and pints, if larger
is needed call 371-2230. Sign
name for free drawing at the end
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10/10- 10/12

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Oval wooden table & 4 chairs,
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For sale. 5 displaycabinets with
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Free kittens to a good home.
Tame, friendly, beautiful colors.
Call Shawn or Lynn (850) 223-
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10/10 10/12




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10/05 10/10, CG

ONLY $284.42 PER MONTH
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For the lowest prices on Jacobsen
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Everett's Mobile Home Park is
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monthly $300 security deposit.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 28x60 double
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deposit. Credit reference is
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3 bedroom, 2 bath, home for rent.
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10/10- 10/19

Seeking drug/alcohol free person
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Everything furnished, $100
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near schools. $600 monthly, first
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leave message.
10/10- 10/19

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10/5-10/31

2 bedroom, 1 bath, beautiful home
on large lot. Living room, big eat-in
kitchen, central air. 207 S. High
St., $595 monthly, $595 deposit.
Call (305) 970-1653.
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Background check required. $550
per month rent, $550 security
deposit. Call 584-6140.
10/03 10/12

1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
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satellite TV included. 1 adult only,
no children, no pets, $130 weekly
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09/26- 10/12

Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2,
and 3 BR HC and Non-HC
accessible apartments. HUD
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TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
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Patio, fenced yard, eat-in kitchen
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Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. (305) 970-1653.
LS
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Westgate Rooms available for
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
6554.
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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.
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2 houses for sale. 3 bedrooms, 1
bath, excellent investment
properties. Both currently rented.
Brooklyn Subdivision. $75,000 or
best offer, call (850) 510-8579.
10/10- 10/19

Home for sale. 3BD/2BA tri-level
floor plan, LR/DR with fireplace,
family room with fireplace, kitchen,
breakfast area, office, large rec.
room, patio, pool, large storage
building, 3 acres m/l, 2,592 sq. ft.
121 Shady Oaks Dr. (off
Plantation). (850) 584-7687 or
843-5512.
08/22- 10/31

RIVERFRONT LOT FOR SALE
Want to own this part of "The
Suwannee River?"
Priced to Sell!!!!
Located in Lafayette County,
Mayo, Florida.
.75 acres for only $36,500!!!
Now Accepting Offers
Call Cynthia for more information
(850) 223-7152
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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.
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Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS
Call (386) 658-5627 or visit
www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Be Your Best Among the Best!
FT Licensed Physician Assistant
(PA-C)
FT position to deliver primary care
in HPSA-designated, established
rural clinic with onsite board
certified physician. On-call
rotation with two other
practitioners for
evening/weekends and medical
support for 161-bed skilled
nursing facility required.
Experience preferred but not
required. Unrestricted FL license
required. Experience in electronic
medical records and geriatrics a
plus.
RN Quality of Care Leader
Unrestricted Florida RN license,
excellent clinical
nursing/assessment skills, current
CPR certification, verifiable IV skill
(start, regulate, maintain,
discontinue IVs) required. Good
communication, organizational
and computer skills required; must
work as part of interdisciplinary
team to assure outstanding quality
of life/quality of care for LTC
residents. On-call rotation require.
Management/supervisory
experience and knowledge of LTC
regs desired.
FT position include health, dental,
life, disability, supplemental
insurance; 403b retirement
account; paid time off, access to
onsite daycare and fitness
facilities. Apply in person at
Personnel Office 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.
10/03 -10/12, ACV

ACCOUNTING POSITION
Immediate opening for someone
with accounting skills. May be
degree and/or experienced. Must
be competent and enjoy working
with numbers. Hours 8:00 a.m. -
5:00 p.m. Compensation open,
based on skills. Normal vacation,
sick leave, holiday pay. Bring
resume, work and salary history,
along with references. Please
apply in. person. Ware Oil &
Supply Co. Inc., 2715 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy., Perry, FL 32348.
Drug Free Workplace.
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Student Support Aide. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
10/03- 10/19, NFCC


Cashier/Desk Clerk
Must be able to work evenings
and weekends. Must be able to
pass a background and drug test.
Must have dependable
transportation, a valid ID and be
18. Please fax a COMPLETE
resume to (850) 584-4544. No
phone calls please.
09/19- 10/12

Advertise in the Taco
Times.
Call 584-5513

Retail and Food Service Manager
needed immediate opening in a
progressive and growing company
requires previous experience in
retail or food service
management. Including store
scheduling, P&L, marketing and
expense control. Compensation
based on skills and experience..
Vacation, sick and health benefits
available. Resume and references
required. Apply by mail, PO. Box
923, Perry, FL 32348.
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The Healthy Start Coalition of
Jefferson, Madison, and Taylor
Counties is seeking a Case
Manager.
Position requires knowledge of
local community health services
and agencies, ability to
communicate clearly and
concisely through oral and written
communication, ability to establish
and maintain effective working
relationships with Coalition
membership, staff, all providers
and the general public, ability to
work one on one to improve health
behaviors, and the ability to work
independently in local office or in
the field. The ideal candidate will
have discretion in all matters and
a strong working knowledge of all
Microsoft Office functions.
Experience in the social service
community preferred; must reside
in Jefferson, Madison or Taylor
counties. Base salary $22,000.00.
Submit resume to: Healthy Start,
P.O. Box 568, Greenville, FL
32331 by October 15, 2012.
10/03- 10/12
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Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Library Technician (part time)-
starting at $8.04/hr
(Call In) Roll-Off Site Attendant-
starting at $7.67/hr
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,
Wednesday, or Thursdays 9:00
a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce.
Positions are open until filled.
Taylor County Board of
Commissioners is an EOE, VP DT
and background checking
employer.
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Call 584-5513.

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LLC Pressure washing, painting,
concrete, wood decks, Ceramic
tile, laminate wood available,
Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak
Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-2270.
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FLOORING
Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will
beat all prices. Call 850-838-9050.
If no answer please a leave
message.
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A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/
removal, dump truck service,
harrowing, bush hog mowing, rake
work, dirt leveling and complete
lawn service. Call 584-6737.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Cordele Dawson Corporation
the holder of the following
certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. The certificate
number, year of Issuance,
description of the property, and
the names In which the property
was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 121 Year of
Issuance 2010
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R01766-546
Legal 10.00 acres;
Lot 3 Tract 4: Commence at the
Northwest corner of Section 23,
Township 2 South, Range 7 East;
Thence run South 88D 54M 10S
East 1083.37 feet; thence run
South 01D 10M 25S West 1082.96
feet to a Point of Beginning;
thence run South 88D 54M 10S
East 401.92 feet; thence run
South 01D 10M 25S West 541.48
feet; thence run North 88D 54M
10S West 401.92 feet; thence run
North 01 D 0M 25S East 541.48
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Also Lot 4 Tract 4: Commence at
the Northwest corner of Section
23, Township 2 South, Range 7
East; Thence run South 88D 54M
10S East 1083.37 feet; thence run
South 01D 10M 25S West 1624.45
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feet to the Point of Beginning.
Recording in official records 606,
page 220.
Name In which assessed
Selbourne & Vinnie Goode
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 22th day
of October, 2012 at 11:00 o'clock
a.m, Dated this 13th day of
September, 2012
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Cordele Dawson Corporation
the holder of the following
certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number, year of issuance,
description of the property, and
the names in which the property
was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 1254 Year of
Issuance 2010
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R09043-700
PARCEL 67-8
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AND EASEMENTS RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 599
PAGES 311-328
Name In which assessed
Mlchellne & Toussaint Aristide
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


October 10, 2012



courthouse door on the 22nd
day of October, 2012 at 11:00
a.m.
Dated this 13th day of
September, 2012
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida

Notice of Intent
I, Pamela C. Taylor am notifying
Gern E. Taylor of my Intent of
divorce.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The
District Board of Trustees of North
Florida Community College will
hold its regular monthly meeting
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at
5:30 p.m. In the NFCC Board
Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner
Davis Dr., Madison, FL. A copy of
the agenda may be obtained by
writing: NFCC, Office of the
President, 325 NW Turner Davis
Dr., Madison, FL 32340. For
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disabl ty -related
accommodations, contact the
NFCC Office of College
Advancement, 850-973-1653.
NFCC Is an equal access/equal
opportunity employer,

PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the
laylor County Canvassing Board
will meet on Wednesday,
October 17, 2012 at 8:30 a.m. to
conduct a Public Logic &
Accuracy Test of the voting
equipment to be used In the
November 6, 2012, General
Election. This meeting will take
place In the Supervisor of
Elections office on the 2nd floor
of the Taylor County courthouse.
In accordance with the Sunshine
Law of Florida, all Canvassing
Board meetings are open to the
public.
Dana Southerland
Supervisor of Elections
Taylor County


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1 What was the
original name of
the Florida Forest
Festival?
2 What was the
traditional feast
served on Festival
Day?
3. What v.i.p. fatality
coincided with the
first festival?
4 Which governor
declared Taylor
County the Tree
Capital of the South?
5 Name six
previous queens.
6 Who was the
first Little King and
Queen?
7. What musical
group (named after
their gym teacher)
performed in the
70s for the festival
before becoming
rich, famous and
internationally
known?.
8 What prompted
the community to
present the first
festival?
9. How many times
was the festival
cancelled because
of rain?
10. Do you know
this year's theme?
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Letters to the Editor



'God should be kept in our hearts and churches'


OBAMA
Continued from page 2
need an increase and they
haven't even asked for one
(go figure). Did he not get
Bin Laden and Khadafi,
something a Republican
president couldn't do, and the
worldwide consensus is that
our military is the greatest
and repressive countries will
not mess with us without
dire consequences.
Another lie was the
welfare system collapsing
our country. These
unfortunate people (I'm sure
there are those who cheat, as
there are in politics, sports
and every other financial
agenda) do pay taxes just
not income tax directly to
the federal government.
They pay sales tax, gas tax,
some even pay mortgage tax
or real estate tax. By the way
the Republican Party under
Bush raised the welfare rolls
with their failed policies and
people like Mr. Romney
and Bain Capital buying up
failing companies, investing


Agenda

UN
Continued from page 2
Example: You own 40
acres of land. You have
half of it planted in pine
with future expectations
of harvesting it for your
retirement nest egg, or
children's college. There is
an acre that your house sits
on. The other area is covered
in grass for the grazing of a
few goats and a cow. At the
far end a nice stream babbles
on where there are trout and
turtles in abundance. This is
your property. All 40 acres,
on which you pay taxes.


a little money in them to
make them solvent, then
borrowing millions against
them and forcing them into
bankruptcy and putting
thousands out of work and
ultimately on the welfare
rolls.
Not to mention the
phenomenal amount of jobs
sent over seas because of
cheaper labor and higher
profits for these Republican
CEOs who also got tax
incentives made available
by the Bush Administration,
again adding to the welfare
roles. Can you imagine if
this country didn't have
a welfare system how
many people would be
on the streets hungry and
homeless. It would be total
chaos and destruction. This
country would implode over
night, then the Republicans
would have nobody to think
they're better than. It always
seems that people born with
silver spoons in their mouths
or many seven-figure
earners, have a hard time
relating to or being honestly


compassionate about people
who are not as well off as
they.
And Mr. Romney had the
nerve to make Ithat disgusting
remark about 47 percent
of his own countrymen.
Sounds more like a tyrant
then a politician. How could
any real American vote for
a man that puts his own
people down. Oh that's
right he's white, handsome,
and oh yes a Mormon.
A religion that condones
multiple wives, something
he claims not to do but
accepts as did his father
who did have more than one
wife. Is that Christian? Our
constitution was created to
separate religion and state,
remember, this is something
every educated American
knows and a lot not educated
know.
God should be kept in our
hearts and churches. Almost'
every government that
rules religiously, is either
in turmoil or dangerously
oppressive. I get the feeling
that most people who don't


want Obama as president
have racial undertones. I'm
not trying to insult those
who know who they are,
but it is what it is. Obama
inherited a 10 percent
unemployment and it's now
eight percent. The building
industry is picking up and
creating more jobs. People
are starting to buy homes
again. Obama Care prevents
$20 Band-Aids and $30 for


a cotton ball. And remember
insurance companies exist
for profit; Obamacare
prevents them from price
gouging the little man.
Obviously if you want
Romney for president
even though he wants a
war with Iran and insults
the Russian president and
threatens China, all very
unstratetegical moves, then
you have a doomsday fetish.


I'm sorry but I want my
children and grandchildren
to live without fear of
having to go to war because
of a single man's agenda,
I want them to be safe and
have opportunity to be who
and what they want without
criticism or obstruction,
financially or racially. If
you're selling snake oil then
sell it don't drink it.
Lonnie Pease


Preparing, preventing fires


should be a family project


BURNED
Continued from page 2
away from the home.
Store fire wood at least
30 feet from the home.
Remove dead vegetation
and debris from under decks
and within 10 feet of the
home.
Make wildfire
preparedness a family


project.
Since January 2,763
wildfires have burned
113,939 acres throughout
Florida.
The Florida Forest
Service manages one
million acres of public
forest land while protecting
more than 26 million
acres of homes, forestland
and natural resources


from the devastating
effects of wildfire. For
statewide wildfire updates
and additional wildfire
information, visit www.
floridaforestservice.com
For more information
about the Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services, visit www.
FreshFromFlorida.com.


21 rally scheduled Oct. 20 at state capitol


The future is bright. This is
yours do to as you see fit.
This is property rights.
One day a bird is spotted
in your pine forest. Oh my,
that little guy is a strange
one. EPA comes and decides
that it is endangered, and
that the land your cow and
goats use has the only grass
that this bird will eat.
Your land is now
declared (by the gov.) to be
environmentally sensitive.
Thereby you cannot
harvest the pine, nor keep
the cow and goats.
You still pay the taxes,
you still own the 40 acres,


but you have lost the right to
your property, to do with as
you want. No nest egg from
the pine forest, no cow nor
goats for meat or milk.
Take the case where a two-
inch fish closed an essential
waterway for farmers in
California. This fish was
deemed environmentally
protected and hundreds of
acres of farm land were
left barren and workers
unemployed.
Beware of easements. If
the government (local, state
or federal) offers to purchase
land giving you an easement
right, it just might not be


what you think. Easement,
sure what harm is there in
that? An easement goes with
the land, not the owner. The
sale of a conservation
easement is the sale of
the development rights on
the land forever. Such an
easement gives the Land
Trust the right to enter the
property to inspect and
monitor the land.
You can no longer use it,
cross it, park on it. This is not
justice, this is social justice!
These are just a few
examples of how your
property rights can be taken
from you. Beware Agenda


21 is breathing down your
neck. Now is the time to
stand up and take action.
Ask the county
commissioners to abolish it
from our county.
On the surface all the
hype Agenda 21 spews
looks logical and good, but
read between the lines and
actually see what you will
lose over time.
This is .not the type of
legislation that is passed
and enacted; it creeps into
your life like mold in a
house. Slowly and deadly.
After Agenda 21
and social justice and


sustainable development is
communism. The Freedom
from U.N. Rally is Oct. 20,
in Tallahassee in front of the
Old Capitol, on Monroe St.,
11 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Go to agenda21today.com,
for more info. Go to the Oct.
20 meeting in Tallahassee to
help support Senator Gatez
to get this bill passed.
If you wolld like to go on
the bus please call one of the
following numbers Bob 594-
8311 or Neil 594-6831. The
bus to and from Tally will be
less than $18.00. Make your
reservations now.
Carole Taitt


Writer questions America's 'Muslim heritage'


Dear Editor:
Muslim heritage in
America: .
My fellow Americans:
This what you are about
to read is the true Muslim
heritage that our president
will not talk to you about.
Have you ever been to
'a Muslim hospital, heard
a Muslim orchestra, seen
a Muslim band march in a
parade, witnessed a Muslim
charity, shaken hands with
a Muslim Girl Scout, seen
a Muslim Candy Striper, or
seen a Muslim do anything
that "contributes positively"
to the American way of life?
The answer is no. You did
not and you have not! Just
ask yourself why not!
Barack H. Obama, during
his Cairo speech said,
"I know too, that Islam
has always been a part of
America's history."


This American citizen's
response is: Dear Mr.
Obama, were those Muslims
that were in America when
the Pilgrims first landed?
Funny. I thought they were
Native American Indians.
Were those Muslims
that celebrated the first
Thanksgiving Day? Sorry
again. Those were Pilgrims
and Native American
Indians.
Can you show me
one Muslim signature
on the United States
Constitution? Declaration
of Independence? Bill of
Rights? Didn't think you
could!
Did ,Muslims fight for
this country's freedom from
England? No!
Did Muslims fight during
the Civil War to free the
slaves in America? No, they
did not! In fact, Muslims to


this day are still the largest
traffickers in human slavery.
Your own half-brother,
a devout Muslim, still
advocates slavery himself,
even though Muslims of
Arabic descent refer to black
Muslims as "pug nosed
slaves." Readers, this stuff
is written down fact. Look
it up.
Do your research. Says a
lot of what the Muslim world
really thinks of your family's
"rich Islamic heritage,"
doesn't it Mr. Obama.
America, I hope you are as
angry as I am, knowing what
our leader really believes and
does not share truthfully with
us. Wait, there's more.
Where were the Muslims
during the Civil Rights era
of this country? Not present.
There are no pictures or
media accounts of Muslims
walking side by side with


Martin Luther King, Jr., or
helping to advance the cause
of Civil Rights!
Where were the Muslims
during this country's Women
Suffrage era? Again, not
present! In fact, devout
Muslims demand that women
are subservient to men in the
Islamic culture. So much so
that often they are beaten for
not wearing the "hajib" or
for talking to a man who is
not a direct family member
or their husband.
Yep, the Muslims are all
for women's rights, aren't
they? Where were Muslims
during World War II? They
were aligned with Adolf
Hitler. The Muslim Grand
Mufti himself met with Adolf
Hitler, reviewed the troops
and accepted support from
the Nazis in killing Jews.
Finally, Mr. Obama, where
were Muslims on Sept. 11,


2001? If they weren't flying
planes into the World Trade
Center, the Pentagon, or a
field in Pennsylvania killing
nearly 3,000 people "on
our own soil," they were
rejoicing in the Middle
East. No one can dispute the
pictures shown from all parts
of the Muslim world, them
celebrating on CNN, Fox
News, MSNBC and other
cable news networks that
day.
Strangely, the very
"moderate" Muslims,
whose butts you bent over
backwards to kiss in Cairo,
Egypt, on June 4th, were
stone cold silent post 9-11.
To many Americans, their
silence has meant approval
for the acts of that day. And
THAT Mr. Obama, is the
"rich heritage" Muslims
have here in America...oh,
I'm sorry.


I forgot to mention the
Barbary Pirates. They were
Muslims. We can also add
Nov. 5, 2009, the slaughter
of American soldiers at
Fort Hood by a Muslim
major, who is a doctor and
a psychiatrist, who was
supposed to be counseling
soldiers returning from battle
in Iraq and Afghanistan.
That. Mr Obama, is
the "Muslim Heritage" in
America.
When you read this article,
remember the four kinds of
people in the world.
Smart people, common
sense people, idiots and
those just born stupid.
Take a stand in November
and "Vote for the American."
God bless you and God
bless America.
Sincerely, I am,
a Christian American,
Ted Colson


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Recognizing the 1997 TCHS Bulldogs


Members of the 1997
Taylor County High School
(TCHS) Bulldog football
team, along with the band,
cheerleaders and auxiliary
were recognized Friday, 15
years after the 'Dogs won


the school's sole football
state championship.
The festivities kicked off
at the weekly pep rally in the
TCHS gymnatorium, with
1997 returnees and their
families parading in to the


applause of the assembled
students and staff.
A championship banner
was also unfurled in the
gym.
Later, during half time of
the current Bulldogs' game


against Walton County, the
team was again recognized
on the field.
The 1997 Bulldogs
went 13-2, defeating
Clewiston 14-6 in the state
championship game.


Members of the 1997 state championship Bulldog football team showed off their rings and signaled
"number one" while being recognized during half-time of the current Bulldogs' game against Walton
County. The team, along with the band, cheerleaders and auxiliary were honored during the game as
well as during the pep rally held earlier in the day the school. (Photos by Angela M. Castelucci)


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A number of the former players' children joined their parents as they paraded into the TCHS gym
during Friday's pep rally.


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The team gathered in the center of the gym to
once again cheer for the Bulldogs of 1997.


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