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51st Yiear, No. 42

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Boy, 6,

accidently

run over

by father

A six-year-old Perry boy
was airlifted to Shands
Hospital in Gainesville
Thursday evening after his
father accidently backed
over him with a vehicle.
Donald Hunter
Denmark's latest condition
report was unknown as of
presstime Tuesday.
The accident happened at
the family's home on Sara
Street. Denmark's father
was apparently working on
the 1990 Ford F-150 truck,
began to back up in the yard
and did not see the child,
who was riding a bicycle.
Denmark was hit by the
rear bumper, went under the
vehicle and was rolled over
by the rear right tire of the
truck.
The boy was in the process
of being transported to
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
by a private vehicle, which
was met by EMS on U.S.
Highway 19.
Denmark was taken to the
airport and flown to Shands.
The crash happened on
private property and never
entered the roadway.


News Forum

Library cosed Friday
The Taylor County Public
Library will be closed Friday,
Oct. 19, for staff training. It will
re-open Saturday morning.

Chamber amendment
forum is Thursday
The Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce will
host an informational forum 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,
,located at Forest Capital Park
adjacent to Industrial Drive.
"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," organizers said.

Costume, pumpkin
carving contests
planned
The Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce will
hold its annual Halloween
costume contest and pumpkin
carving contest Wednesday,
Oct. 31, from 5 to 7 p.m. in
front of the chamber. Awards
for costumes include best
costume, scariest, best group
and best recycled.

Weather

Wednesday 82 ,

55 0

Thursday 84 *

40% 580


Index
Editorial .................. A-2
Living ...................... A-4
Community ............. A-5
Religion................... A-6
Sports..................... A-8
Classifieds ............ A-19



6 O s


In Star Mart burglary


K-9 leads officers to suspect


A man who allegedly took
part in the robbery of a local
convenience store Sunday
morning, Oct. 14, was
arrested when Perry Police
Department (PPD) K-9s
led officers from the store
directly to a nearby house


and the suspect inside.
Officers responded to an
alarm around 3:30 a.m. at
Star Food Mart on Jefferson
Street to discover the front
door glass broken and the
cash register missing.
When the owner arrived,


the officers examined the
store's video surveillance,
which showed two black
males breaking the glass
and entering the store.
"One of the suspects
entered the store and took
the cash register off the


counter while the other
entered the store carrying a
black cloth bag and took a
beer from the cooler," PPD
Sgt. Dave Gorby said in his
report.
The surveillance footage
showed the direction in


which the suspect left the
store and PPD K-9s Re\
and Bruce, along with their
partners Patrolmen Jason
Bass and Brian Currm. then
began tracking the suspdCts
"*'* Please see page 3:
;i


Williams, Hill win festival crowns


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI growing up to be Dr.
Staff writer Doolittle.
A pint-size prince with a A picture-perfect princess
megawatt smile, a confident with hair of spun gold,
swagger and dreams of sparkling blue eyes and


aspirations of becoming a
lawyer.
Together, Kingston
Williams and Miley Hill
stole the show and won the


crowns during Saturday's
57th annual Florida Forest
Festival Little King &
Queen Pageant.
Williams is the son


Meet your 201 2 Florida Forest Festival Little King and Queen along with their Court: (I to r) second
runners-up Kayden Lee and Kaylee Ann Marie Whiddon; Little King Kingston Williams; Little Queen
Miley Hill; and first runners-up Landon Garrett Burford and Destin Brown.


of Quantasha Davis and
Willie Williams; Hill is
the daughter of Tyson and
Juanita Hill.
As emcee Kim Pegg
repeated throughout the
program, judges for the
event had quite a task on
their hands with all 23 junior
princes and princesses
shining brightly on stage.
Named to the royal
festival court were first
runners-up Landon Garrett
Burford; the son of Lance-
and Sonja Burford, and
Destin Brown, the daughter
of Ray and Robin Baker,
Heath Brown and Crystal
Colon. Second runners-
up were Kayden Lee, the
son of Alanna and Derrick
McGuire, and Kaylee
Ann Marie Whiddon, the
daughter of Sheena Marie
Whiddon.
Karlee Brielle Sherrer, the
daughter of Jade and Tyler
Sherrer;' Hailey Kirkman,
the daughter of Lyndsay
Doyle; and (Kayden) Lee
were all recognized for
selling the most ads featured
in the evening's program.
Highlighting the
Please see page 3


City donates lots for homeownership program


Three local families
have taken advantage of
a program offered by the
City of Perry that promotes
homeownership by making
available vacant city lots for
construction.
The lots are surplus
properties owned by
the city, aside for the
homeownership program.


"The city designated
these properties as available
for the program around the
same time it gave Main
Street Perry a number of
lots for its homeownership
program," City Manager
Bob Brown said.
In order to receive
the property, qualified
recipients must meet the


following conditions:
Construction on new
home must start within one
year of receiving lot:
Certificate of occupancy
for new home must be
made within 18 months of
receiving lot;
Home must be owner
occupied and homesteaded
property;


Home must use city
natural gas for heating,
water heating and cooking:
Recipient must pay all
costs of property transfer:
and
Mobile homes do not
qualify for the program.
Current available lots
include: 909 West Bacon;
415 Plantation Drive;


508 West Dundee; W.
Spring Place (lot 03178-
100): 1507 South Woodard;
914 North Veterans Drive;
918 North Veterans Drive;
922 North Veterans Drive;
and 926 North Veterans
Drive.
For additional
information, contact Brown
at City Hall (584-7161).


Rotary, city make splash in downtown Perry


With the Perry City
Council moving forward
with its ambitious plans
for the new Rosehead Park,
the Perry Rotary Club has
joined forces with the city to
help fund the construction
of the planned splash pad.
The handicapped-
accessible, 600-square
foot splash pad will be
located adjacent to the


playground and farmers'
market pavilion and
feature 16 water jets as
well as four implements,
including a series of rings,
a tall umbrella-like
structure and a shower-type
nozzle.
"In addition to providing
handicapped accessible
recreation for the youth of
Perry and Taylor County to


Downtown plan


calls for canopy-

covered sidewalks
Architectural firms will be presenting their ideas and
concepts for "hard built" canopies/covered sidewalks for
the downtown square and connecting blocks during the
Perry City Council's next regular meeting, Tuesday, Oct.
23.
Covered sidewalks were a key recommendation of the
recently completed Downtown Revitalization Report, City
Manager Bob Brown said.
"Firms wishing to be considered had to attend a
mandatory meeting Sept. 19 that included a walk around
the Centennial District of downtown. The firms then
had to submit documentation to the city in a Request for
Qualifications requirement. The finalists will make their
presentations to the city council, which will rank the firms
in their order of preference. We will then enter negotiations
with the highest ranked firm to settle on a fee for their
services," he explained.
"We invited members of the public to attend this meeting
"**' Please see Daae 3


help combat the county's
obesity issues, the park
as a whole is designed
to create a critical mass
drawing people downtown
and spurring economic
development in the district,"
said Rotary Club Vice
President Mark Viola.
The estimated cost of the
splash pad is approximately
$14,000 and the club


has pledged $5,000 to
the project.
They are also seeking
a $2.000 Rotary grant
and expect to know by
early November if their
application is successful.
The city will provide the
remaining funds.
In additional to financial
contributions, Perry
Rotarians will help directly


with the park project in a
number ways, including
landscaping and sodding
the project area after the
splash pad is installed and
assisting with the adjacent
playground facility, Viola
said.
The club plans to hold
several fund-raisers for the
project this fall and winter,
he added.


Let's play!
City Finance Director Penny Staffney, left, and City Manager Bob Brown
take a look at an artist's rendering of the playground equipment for the new
Rosehead Park. The park, which will be completely handicapped accessible,
will be located adjacent to the Farmers' Market Pavillion on South Jefferson
Street and will also feature a splash pad (see related story).


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Editorial


A-2 TacoTimes October 17, 2012


_ Local government should


\ r support local businesses


Hillary Takes the Blame


Lettersto t he Editor


Character Education, Faith Baptist

join together to support teachers


Dear Editor:
Many Americans have
unconsciously developed
a mindset that says, "If it
.


doesn't affect me, I'm not
worried about it!" As a
result we unintentionally
neglect our neighbors who
n-a--..


N;


d


Winn Dixie Manager Jetr Myers (rignt)ana
Character Education Now's Paul Nowlin show off


are in need. Everyone needs
encouragement! Someone
once said, "Don't ever be
mean to anyone, because
everyone has something that
is bothering them." This is
especially true concerning
our teachers who work hard
to invest in our children who
are the leaders of tomorrow.
Faith Baptist Church has
joined with several other
organizations who are trying
to make a difference in the
lives of our community's
teachers through the Adopt-
A-Grade program offered
by Character Education
Now, LLC.
Character Education Now
is a non-profit organization
that reaches out to the
schools in our community


a cake the grocery store donated for an event Please see page 11
honoring teachers at Taylor County High School. Please see page 1

Community honors '97 Bulldogs


Dear Editor:
The 1997 State Football
Champs were honored by
the entire community.
A banner now hangs in the
gym at TCHS recognizing
the championship season.
The team, band members,
dance team, flag team


and cheerleaders were
all part of their winning
season.
Special thanks to Jan
Ritch, Kelli Johnson, Terra
Johnson, Janet Johstono,
Mike Thompson, Paul
Dyal, Malcolm Page,
Tracy Barnes, Don Everett,


Sr., Don Lincoln, Dan
Anderson, Board of County
Commissioners, Taylor
Co. School Board, Ace
Hardware, Buckeye Credit
Union, Perry Connections
and Burns Funeral Home.
Go Dogs,
Bob Wood


November is Diabetes Month


Dear Editor:
November is National
Diabetes Association Month.
Nov. 10 is National Diabetes
Day.
Support diabetes
awareness by wearing red
during November. Diabetes


awareness t-shirts are $15
($5 from each shirt will go
directly to the American
Diabetes Association) and
can be purchased by calling
584-4157. Employers show
your support by calling 584-
4751 and purchasing shirts


Taco 9$ Times

Wednesday, October 17, 2012
123 S. Jefferson Street P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513

DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN I. LINCOLN
Publisher '.1 ,:,,' L1 ...
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
business Manager Advertising Director
ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI KARIN WILLIAMS
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales Graphic Arts
MARK VIOLA MICHIELE ARNOLD
Staff Writer Classilied Advcrtising
The Taco Times (ISSN 07470967) ispublished each Wednesday by Perry News-
pars, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Stree, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are
$35.00 per ear or $4900 out of county Periodicals postae aid at Perry Florida
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for your staff.
Did you know... Diabetes
is a disease of high blood
glucose. A person who has
diabetes either does not
produce enough insulin or is
unable to use its own insulin
effectively.
Did you know... The risk
of death for a person with
diabetes is twice the risk of a
similar non-diabetic person.
Did you know... Diabetes
is a major cause of heart
disease and stroke.
Did you know... Diabetes
can lead to vision loss, kidney
failure and amputations.
Did you know... If you are
a diabetic you should have
your hAIC tested every 3
months.
Diabetes is an ugly
monster that needs to be put
to death forever.
Diabetes needs a cure.
A cure needs research.
Research needs money and
lots of it.
If you would like to make
a credit card donation, go
to http://main.diabetes.org/
goto/BEvs_Buddies. For
cash and check donations
call 584-4751 or mail to
5285 Puckett Road, Perry,
FL 32348.
Every dollar counts.
Beverly Parker


Dear Editor:
I am writing to voice my
concerns about the vay
Taylor County residents
are treated by our city and
county leaders. Every single
person living in Perry and/
or Taylor County should
be outraged at the way the
farmers market situation
was handled.
We are sending local
revenue, generated by
our residents, to another
state and eliminating jobs
that could help keep local
people working in our own
community. As a contractor
who was born, went to
school, worked, and owns


and operates a business in
Taylor County, I feel like
our community leaders
could and should do a better
job at looking out for our
own.
I support our communities'
events, festivals, sports
programs, school
programs and many other
organizations and functions
in addition to paying local
taxes, employing local
people, and buying local
goods and services.
When I lose a county
job by less than five
percent to an out-of-town
contractor, I could just
as well be slapped in the


face by, in this particular
case, every member of the
school board and the school
superintendent. I do my
part to contribute to my
community and in return I
am denied the opportunity
to work here. Over what? A
few lousy dollars that I am
going to put back into our
community?
There is a bigger picture
than the one our leaders can
see, and it is right in front
of them. I believe some
practices should be put in
place to protect our local
economy.
Sincerely concerned,
Michael R. Jolley


Midweek Muddle



The fabric of


our lives...


On a recent whirlwind trip to
my hometown, I drove five hours
and had exactly 15 minutes to get
my luggage out of one car before
driving another one, with my
aunt in tow, to Broadway Under
the Stars, on the grounds of the
Alabama Shakespeare Festival in
Montgomery, Ala.
That's when I realized I had not
packed my hairspray.
While not tragic, this is a
frightening realization on a day
which is already 10 hours long and
is going to last another six.
"Can you put your hairspray in
your purse?" I asked by telephone
of the 89-year-old aunt who, 14
minutes later, was waiting at the
street with her
purse on her arm.
"You can keep -
that one," she ,'
said, handing
me a can of .
hairspray. "It's ,
almost empty."
I stepped out of "-
the car to plaster .'-
my hair so that .
it would hold up, whether I did or
not.
Then we traveled another
50 miles and listened to the
Alabama Symphony Orchestra's
performance of tunes from
"Chorus Line," "Chicago" and "The
Sound of Music" while enjoying a
picnic supper on a family quilt.
"Where did you get this quilt?" I
casually inquired of my cousin.
She looked guilty. "It's one
of Grandmother's," she said,
defensively. My aunt stared into
the distance, and not because she's
senile, but because she can smell
cousin rivalry in the air.
"I love it," I said longingly.
"You got quilts too," she said.
"Not this one," I added.
"Well, 1 probably shouldn't tell
you about the one I really love,"
she said, and my aunt looked at
her as if to ask, "Are you crazy?"
"Grandmother embroidered her
name in the main square, Zettie
Mallette, Sept. 3, 1934. Other
squares have other family names;
all the dates are 1934, 1935 or
1936."
My mouth dropped open in
horror.
"How did you get that one?" I
asked.
"You need to share that quilt
with your cousin," my aunt said
quickly to her daughter, trying to
stay within my good graces at least
until the return trip to her home
was completed that evening.
Our picnic spread was the envy
of music lovers to our left and
right. My cousin,, who apparently
inherited all the good quilts,
also got the kitchen wizardry
gene. She prepared beautiful
little sandwiches of homemade
pimiento cheese with jalapenos, as
well as pickled okra her husband
grew and canned, steamed shrimp
with cocktail sauce, curry dip with
fresh vegetables, fruits and an
assortment of cheeses, and for
dessert, individual pecan tassies.
I decided not to be mad at her
anymore about the quilts.


s'


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN


The next morning, the three of us
were to rise and shine, in order to
travel in yet another direction for a
tour of old homesites important to
our family.
I used the last of my aunt's
hairspray for I knew there would
be many challenges in the next 12
hours.
I jumped into the front seat of
yet another vehicle and, as we were
leaving town, my cousin made
a quick turn to the left. "I need
hairspray," she said.
"I do, too," said the aunt.
"Well, I do too," I added, singing
the third verse, and apologizing for
using all of my aunt's hairspray.
We marched like ducklings
in a row to the
shelf in the store
where hair care
products reside,
each heading to
M- her specific brand
before proceeding
to check out.
"Are y'all
sisters?" a man
-asked of me
and my cousin. There is a family
resemblance, but we rarely field
that question.
"No sir. Cousins," she told him.
"Your hair's just alike in the
back," he said. Then he remarked,
looking at our merchandise, "And
you're all getting hairspray."
We nodded and laughed, as we
exited the store.
"Did you notice that?" I asked my
cousin as she cranked the car.
"What?" she said.
"Guess who got the most
expensive hairspray?" I asked.
She looked down toward my bag
and I just shook my head. We both
turned to the backseat where my
aunt-her mother-sat.
"You bought the most'expensive
hairspray," I repeated so the aunt
could hear. "Four dollars and 39
cents," I told my cousin.
Her mouth dropped open. "Four
dollars and 39 cents?" she repeated
in question form.
"I like Tresemme," the aunt said.
"It's worth the extra money."
We looked at each other in
shock. How is it possible that
this woman could defend such
a purchase when she rinses out
ziptop bags and shops faithfully at
Goodwill?
"How much was yours?" my
cousin asked of me.
"A dollar and 49 cents," I said.
"Mine was the cheapest," she
then exclaimed with surprise. She
knew her mother would be proud.
In our family, if you spend the least
and look the best, you win.
"What do you use?" I asked with
condescension, looking at her bag.
"White Rain," the cousin said.
"One dollar and 19 cents."
I crinkled my nose
"That stuff's glue," her mother
said from the back seat, and we
both laughed.
But 12 hours later, after a couple
of late afternoon showers and
another 150 miles on the road, my
cousin had the last laugh and the
best hair.
She got all the good quilts, too.


-"r ill I






A-3 Taco Times October 17, 2012


Public Defender Roberts



honored with state award


Third Circuit Public
Defender Dennis Roberts
received the Florida Public
Defender Association's top
award at the association's
annual meeting, the Judge
L. Clayton Nance Award.


The award is named a'ter
Judge Nance, who became
the first public defender in
Florida in 1953.
Roberts is the only public
defender in the association's
history to serve as


investigator, assistant public
defender and elected public
defender. He was first
elected public defender in
1988 and will retire this
year.
"I feel very honored to


receive this award as it is
voted on by my fellow public
defenders," Roberts said.
"It is especially gratifying
because 1 represent one of
the smaller judicial circuits
in the state."


Contestants 'Walk the Dinosaur'


FESTIVAL CROWNS
Continued from page 1
pageant's theme of "A Night
in Bedrock," contestants
kicked off the show with
an opening number set to
the theme song from the
television classic "The
Flintstones." Each wore a
Stone Age fashion of their
choice with an array of
animal prints, faux bone
hair accessories and fur-
lined bracelets featured.
Then, with fog filling
the stage and a distant roar
rolling, over the audience,
contestants returned to
"Walk the Dinosaur" with a
true pre-historic beat.
Additional entertainment
highlights included
performances from 2012


K-9
Continued from page 1
across Jefferson Street
and along a dirt road. The
officers found several shoe
prints along with pieces of
a cash register and receipt
tape along the trail.
The K-9s led the officers


O'Quinn's

inspired

designers

SIDEWALKS
Continued from page 1
as this is an important step in
the downtown revitalization
process. While no finished
designs are anticipated to
be unveiled, it will give
everyone a chance to see
the architects' thoughts for
downtown."
Brown noted that
"Ultimately, the city council
is preliminarily considering
paying for the installation
and ongoing maintenance of
these 'hard built' canopies
as they will be over publicly
owned property (sidewalks).
The inspiration for these
is the coverings over the
sidewalks at O'Quinn's
Drugstore. The architects'
are challenged to give
the shade and weather
protection like at O'Quinn's
yet provide unique designs
that enhance the individual
buildings and the entire
downtown."


Distinguished Young
Woman of Taylor County
Molly Wilson and 2012
Distinguished Young
Woman of Perry Megan
Huyck as well as Heather
Dice and Hanna Davis.
Contestants then took
another turn on stage, this
time showcasing "What 1
Want To Be When 1 Grow
Up."
The future workforce of
America, from this group
at least, will include a Big
Foot investigator, barrel
racer, Marine, chef, animal
nurse, ballet teacher and
Buckeye worker.
Contestants' personalities
came to the forefront during
the eveningwear portion of
the program when each boy
and girl answered a random


to a residence on Jefferson
Street less than 200 feet
from the store. They made
contact with the resident.
who gave permission for
them to search the home.
Inside they found three
men, one of whom was
wearing black clothing
similar to that seen in the
surveillance video. He was
identified as Padro Quartez
Nash. 20.
Upon further searching,
the stolen cash register.
still unopened, was found
under a pile of clothing. In
the kitchen, officers found
a bottle of beer that was a
possible match to the one
taken from the store. They
also took several articles of
clothing into evidence found
at the residence, along with
a black cloth bag.
Officers placed Nash
under arrest at the scene
and transported him to the
county jail.
PPD is continuing the
investigation.


question posed by Co-Chair
Amy Bowden.
The answers were as
unique and darling as the
children themselves, like:
"Why do you have to take
a bath?" Answer: "So you
don't get heartworms."
"Why do you have to go to
school?" Answer: "So your
parents can go to work."
Aftei answering their
question, contestants then
strolled down a catwalk
that jutted off the stage.
Many had a skip in their
step as they exited the stage
and one young princess,
Dakota Cheyenne Parker,
the daughter of Melea
Harris Anderson and Adam
Parker. happily "high lived"
backstage volunteer Daryll
Gunter.


Winners of the Florida
Forest Festival Baby
Photo Contest were also
announced and will be
featured in next week's
Taco Times.
Last year's festival king
and queen, Dillon Lusby
and Anna Coleman, made
one final walk across the
stage and then were on
hand to cheer as this year's
winners announced.
Look for the newly
crowned royalty
and their court at
upcoming Florida Forest
Festival events, beginning
with the Kids Parade
slated Friday, Oct. 26,
in downtown Perry and
continuing Saturday. Oct.
27, with the King Tree
Parade.


Lindsey Melton & Bryan Linton
November 10. 2012
Charlotte Barbaree & Jonathan Young
November 24. 2012
Tuesday Atkins & Zack Bailey
December 29. 2012
Brooke Knight & Jordan All
February 9, 2013
,*.. Martine Brown & Jesse Young
March 2. 2013


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Katie Lincoln & Rodney King
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Autumn Blair & Sergio Villagomez
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Laurel & Ben LaValle
Girl due November 3, 2012
Allison Johnson & Drew Mock
Boy due November 11, 2012


Elizabeth Davis & Curtis Jolley
Gir due November 18, 2012
Vanessa & Greg Wray
Boy due December 22, 2012


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occurred, our Second Chance Stroke Program could help
maximize functional '.,IIh increase independence and
improve quality of life. This includes areas of mobility,
speech or written communication, swallowing, cognitive
functions and activities of daily living.
Our program offers:
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* Certified rehabilitation nurses
* Therapist trained in neuro developmental treatment
* Patient/family education
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Yabba dabba doo & popcorn too!
The "Flintstone Cafe" was a hit during
Saturday's Little King & Queen Pageant, turning
the front foyer into Bedrock central. Members of
The Buddy's Relay For Life team dressed the part
and wowed customers young and old.


GENERAL ELECTION
November 6, 2012








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.taylorelections.com.


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625 W Gaines St, Tallahassee, FL
(850) 224-3146-- CGC003540


ATTENTION

TRADE

CONTRACTORS!!


Culpepper Construction Company, Inc.
invites all local Trade Contractors to attend
our informational "Town Hall Meeting" to
learn about the new AMTEC Less-Lethal
Manufacturingqy om and how you
may participate in the project.

All site work, fencing, landscaping,
concrete, masonry, steel, wood framing,
casework, roofing, drywall & metal
framing, painting, waterproofing, flooring,
HVAC, plumbing and electrical contractors
are encouraged to attend.


TIME: 6:00 PM
DATE: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 2012
PLACE: CITY COUNCIL MEETING ROOM
224 SJefferson St. Perry, FL












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Living


A-4 Taco Times October 17, 2012


iRoyalty' puts $1500

in fire dept. coffers


b y FLORRIE BURROUGHS
The winners are...
Shady Grove Little Miss Gracie Messick, Princess Tyler
Copen and Queen Mariya
Otera were crowned winners
." .. of the Miss Shady Grove
Contest on Oct. 6 at Shady
.; i Grove Community Park.
S' '".. Thanks to all the girls for
emptying their piggy banks
and helping to raise money for
S?' a very good cause!
/ The contest raised $1500 for
-f.f ;.--. Shady Grove's Volunteer Fire
Department and that check
presentation will be featured in an upcoming newspaper.
For the contest, Stephanie Wentz washed cars to raise
money. Thanks, Stephanie, for a great job. You make the
Shady Grove Community very proud!!!
Auction: a big success!
Thanks to Mr. Brandon Mugge, auctioneer from Hickory
.Hill Auctions in Madison, who did a great job auctioning
::the many items that had been donated. And a very big
"thank you" to every one who donated items, purchased
items, and just came to have a good time.
: Special thanks to County Commissioner Pam Fe-agle and
Sto all the candidates who supported the event by purchasing
Cakes from the auction.
Citizens Council to meet Tuesday
The Shady Grove Citizens Council, Inc. will meet on
Tuesday. Oct.23, at 6:30 p.m. to continue plans for the
annual Christmas event. If you would like to help us, you
are urged to come. The council cannot do it without help
from a lot of people. If you would like to help, please call
me at 584-6343 or Claire Hatcher at 584-8370 for more
information. The meeting place is undetermined at this
time, so call if you would like to come.
Autumn is here!
Autumn has definitely arrived. Fall foliage is abundant
.on my farm along the edges of the hayfield: Goldenrod,
Black-eyed Susans, Morning Glory and some more that I
cannott identify. And with the cooler days a pot of Corn/
Sausage Chowder sounds good. Here is a recipe passed
'around through our family. You might like it also.
Corn & Sausage Chowder
In a large heavy pot, cook one pound of Jimmy Dean
sausage with sage.
Drain. Add one diced onion to pot, cook until onion is
clear. Add 3 c. diced potatoes and then 1 c. water. Cook
until potatoes are tender.
Add 2 cans creamed corn and 1 can whole kernel corn.
- Add 1 can evaporated milk.
Then add salt and pepper to taste.
Add more water or milk if too thick.
Cook until heated through.
That's it for now, so Lord willing, I'll see you back here
in two weeks.


Cookout

Saturday,

Lodge 187
A cook-out will be held
Saturday, Oct. 20, for Perry
-Lodge No. 187--both old
and new members.
" "You and your family are
invited to come and share,"
a lodge spokesperson said.
- The event will begin at 2
-p.m. at Jerkins School.
Additional information
is available from W. M.
Wesley White at 850-672-
0266, S. W. Floyd Mango
at 850-295-1517 or J. W.
Walter Wright at 850-371-
0036.
"We're looking forward
to seeing all of you there."


Little Miss Gracie Messick is pictured with
Queen Mariya Otera and Princess Tyler Copen, all
winners in the Miss Shady Grove Contest.


Marshall plans
Fall Festival
for Saturday
Marshall Health and
Rehabilitation urges
families and friends to
gather Saturday from 10
a.m. until 2 p.m. for a Fall
Festival.
Games, bounce houses.
face painting and pony rides
are slated. A Fall King and
Queen will be crowned.


Workshop deadline nears


'Catch' water for

irrigating gardens
A Rain Barrel Workshop will be held Saturday, Nov. 3,
from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. at Forest Capital Hall, presented
by the Taylor County Master Gardeners.
"Florida receives an average of 53 inches of rainfall a
year. Rain barrels are a convenient and efficient way to
collect rainwater that is a good source of chemical-free
water to use for irrigating your landscape and help reduce
storm water runoff from your yard," explained Debbie Ross
for the green thumbs.
The workshop will be a hands-on event, and each
participant can take home the
rain barrel he or she makes -' .
during the class, she added.
Pre-registration is required.
Please contact the Taylor County
Extension office at 838-3508 to -
sign up. The cost is $40.00 and
includes all materials to make
a rain barrel, as well as door
prizes and refreshments.
The registration deadline ''
for the workshop is Oct. 26
and class size is limited so
interested persons are urged to
register now.

Who just turned 1?
Michael Finn Pillow,
the son of Michael Pillow
and Stacy Hart-Pillow of
Perry, will celebrate his first
birthday on Saturday, Oct.
20.
The birthday boy is the
grandson of Jeanette Hart
and the late Ottis Hart.\
His paternal grandparents
are the late LaJuana Pillow
and Lyndall Pillow.


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Come and get
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copies of her new book





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at Forest Capital Park
on Festival Day
Saturday, Oct. 27
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steaming, massage, masque and
toning using top quality firming
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Reflections Hair Salon
223-1811
Gift certificates available


Hello fellow Taylor County Voters,
As the election approaches I
"l would like to share a little bit
About Jerry Register. I am not
qualified to comment on his
opponent, but I have an insight
on Jerry Register, the man I call
Dad, that no-one else shares.
He did not just make a point to
teach me what loyalty, hard work
and integrity mean, he showed me through his business
encounters, interactions with friends from church and the
community. For all of my 32 years of life he has always
been the same stand-up man, day in and day out. Most
importantly, he showed me by example how he cared for
our family. With Dad, your word meant everything, and
with Dad, his word means everything.
Jeremy Register

On November 6 VOTE Jerry Register, my Dad,
for Taylor County Property Appraiser.
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Community


A-5 Taco Times October 17, 2012


Steve Davidson, center, has been an avid supporter of the Little House Library project and had the
honor of cutting the ribbon during the facility's grand opening Sept. 29.



'Little House Library' is now



open for Steinhatchee readers


By JEAN RIDGEWAY
Little House Library Volunteer
The Steinhatchee
Community Projects Board
is proud to announce
that the Little House
Library-located next to the
Steinahtchee Community
Center-opened Saturday,
Sept. 29.
Steve Davidson, an avid
supporter of this project, cut
the ribbon and the library
was open for business. We


had visitors throughout
the afternoon and the
committee was delighted
with the number of
people (especially children)
who wanted to check out
books.
Our regular hours' will
be Tuesday. 1-5 p.m.:
Wednesday. 11 a.m. to 3
p.m.; and Saturday, 1:30 to
6p.m.
This is a regular lending
library; please return the


books you check out. We
have also added audio books
to our shelves. The library
will also serve as a visitors'
information center and will
feature an area for historical
information and pictures.
If you are an old-time
resident in our area and have
information or pictures to
share, please contact me at
(352) 498-2556.
Each Saturday we will try
and have a small collection


of items that someone
would like to display
and talk about. This past
Saturday, Oct. 13, featured
a collection of homemade
wooden toys.
All residents are welcome
to stop by when we're
open and check out what
we've done to the building
and look at some of the
interesting things we have
on display as well as check
out a good book or two.


'Hats Off' luncheon to raise



domestic violence awareness


In recognition of October
as Domestic Violence
Awareness Month, Refuge
House will host a "Hats
Off to Domestic Violence"
luncheon Wednesday, Oct
24, in the New Brooklyn
Baptist Church dining hall
from 12-2 p.m.
"The event will feature a
survivor speaker and we're
asking you wear a hat of
your choice," said Cynthia
Monroe-Harris, Refuge
House outreach coordinator.
"The mission of the
Refuge House is to provide
direct services to battered
women, their children and
sexual assault survivors
as well as to eliminate
conditions in society that
allow such violence to
continue.
"Law enforcement is
an integral part of the
coordinated community


response to ending domestic
violence. By treating
domestic violence as a crime
and holding the batterer
accountable for their
crimes, the public sends a


message that these types of
crimes will not be tolerated.
Law enforcement officers
are often first on the scene,
sending this strong message
to the batterer. Officers can


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also help to connect victims
to area resources," Harris
said.
According to national
statistics, one in every four
women will experience
domestic violence in her
lifetime.
An estimated 1.3
million women are victims
of physical assault by
an intimate partner each
year.
85% of domestic
violence victims are women.
Historically, females
have been most often
victimized by someone they
knew.
Females who are
20-24 years of age are
at the greatest risk of
nonfatal intimate partner
violence.
Most cases of domestic
violence are never reported
to the police.


Appreciation

My yard will never be mistaken for the mountains
of North Carolina, but I still appreciate the beauty
of the changing seasons.
As I took a needed break on my front porch
yesterday from the daily chores of a household
which sees a constant influx of grandchildren,
Nature graciously gave me a treat. The gentle
breeze stirred the leaves on the dogwood trees
causing them to lose their hold on the branches
as they made their swirling descent to the ground.
Their red and yellow colors looked like tiny specks
of colored dust as they were carried on the wind
currents to settle comfortably on the grassy carpet
of the yard.
It was a true "aaww" moment that took precedence
over my annual urge to rake up the errant leaves
practically before they hit the ground. I made a
pledge to myself right then and there to extend
the joyous moment by leaving the leaves in their
resting place just a while longer. If I can't go to
the mountains to savor their bounty of changing
seasons it's up to me to bring the changing season
to Florida. It might be a stretch of the imagination
to some, but I've never been short of the ability to
create my own comfort space. If I squint my eyes
and focus on the array of fall beauty offered by the
trees I can almost see the shape of mountains in
the distance against the skyline.
The ability to imagine was nurtured by my
parents from as far back as I remember. One of
Mama's favorite sayings was: "Bloom where you're
planted"...I took it to mean, "If you don't like what
life is offering you, try changing it."
Daddy was the master storyteller in the family.
After his long days of cutting and hauling logs out
of the Taylor County woods, he would get home
well after the sun had set. Supper was family time
as we gathered around the big kitchen table that
sat smack-dab in the center of the room. The smell
of the just-cooked food circled around the room as
Mama dipped the food into bowls from the cooking
pots that were simmering on the stove awaiting
Daddy's arrival.
When Daddy finally put the last bite of food in his
mouth, chewing slowing, he would push his chair
away from the table and look at the expectant faces
of his children who waited quietly. It was story time!
And, oh, what stories he could tell--adventures
of the perils of harvesting the trees in the woods
would become a tale of Daddy's cunning courage
against the snake-infested battleground of Florida's
swampland--the animals he encountered during
the day became magical creatures who welcomed
him to their kingdom. His closing remarks always
cautioned us to respect the woods by never taking
more than was necessary.
Although my parents have been gone some 40
years, I continue to create the same atmosphere for
my family. Lima beans are cooked in the crockpot
at my house, but the smell is the same. The rich
smell of baking cornbread fills the kitchen as we sit
down at the dinner table to carry on the tradition
of family mealtime. Our laughter is interrupted by
children sharing their latest episodes and their
Papa Walker has become the family storyteller. His
stories of working in the grocery store are peppered
with the same daring adventures as Daddy as he
tells about the perils of working in the dangerous
aisles of moving grocery buggies.
Life truly is what we make it. It can be an
adventure to be savored every day or it can be an
exhausting drag, only to be endured. It's our choice.
I choose to enjoy it by imagining the beauty of a
North Carolina morning with the changing colors of
autumn while rocking on my porch in Florida. And
I most definitely choose to keep the stories alive for
the next generation of our family...I intend to bloom
where I'm planted. You can too!


AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at
Perry Shrine Club.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays,
noon, Perry Elks Lodge on
Puckett Road.
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
Thursday at 7 p.m. (club house
located 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.
City Council: second and
fourth Tues., at 5:30 p.m.
County Commission: first
Mon. and third Tues. at 5:30 p.m.,
courthouse annex; workshop,
fourth Tues., 5 p.m.
Planning Board: first Thurs.,
6 p.m. Courthouse annex (old
post office).
Taylor County Construction
License Board Meeting: third
Fri., 2 p.m., courthouse annex.
Taylor County School Board:
first and third Tues., 6 p.m.
Taylor Coastal Water and
Sewer: fourth Tuesday at 18820
Beach Road, 5:30 p.m.
Taylor Soil & Water
Conservation District Board:
fourth Monday, 7 p.m., Foley
Airport terminal conference room.
Call 584-4329 for information.


Diabetes classes: every
Tuesday, 3 p.m., Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter:
second Monday, 7 p.m., Jerkins
C-ninniluny Center.
Friends of the Taylor County
Public Library: last Monday


of the month, 5:30 p.m., public
library.
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., Scout Hut.
Habitat for Humanity: second
Thursday, 5:30 p.m., Capital City
Bank, Rm. #208.
Helping Hands of the Shelter:
second Tuesday, 6 p.m., Chamber
of Commerce.
Home Educators League of
Perry: Forest Capital Hall. Call
584-6866 or visit on-line htt:taylor.
ifas.ufl.edu.
Muskogee Creek Indian
Nation: second and fourth Sat.,
7 p.m. Tribal grounds, Lyman
Hendry Road.
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe:
second Saturday, 3 p.m., Oak Hill
Village on Woods Creek Road.
National Wild Turkey
Federation (Yellow Pine
Drummers): holds open monthly
meeting on first Thursday, Golden
Corral, 7 p.m. Call 584-9185.
Parrot Heads in Perry-"dise"
Club: meets the second and
fourth Wednesday, 7 p.m. Call
843-1469 for location.
Pet adoptions: Taylor County
Animal Shelter, open Monday
through Friday. Call 838-3525.
Republican Party of Taylor
County: second Thursday,"
6 p.m., at Rigoni's Cookhouse
on Highway 19 North. Call 584-
5878.


Taylor Adult Program (TAP):
Thursday, 10 a.m., 502 N.
Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday,
6 p.m., at the district building on
Beach Road.
Taylor County Amateur Radio
Club: first Tuesday, 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.
Chamber of Commerce:
second Thurs., 8 a.m., chamber
board room.
Taylor County Development
Authority: second Mon., noon,
at Historic Perry Station.
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:
practice roping every Friday,
7 p.m.; second Saturday,
registration, 3 p.m.; ride, 4 p.m.
Arena is located on Bishop Blvd.
Free admission.
Taylor County Quilters:
Tuesday, 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).
Tourism Development
Council: second Thurs.,
12 noon, Chamber of Commerce.
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
Thursday 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 noon Catholic Church of the
Immaculate Conception (Parish
Center), 2750 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. For questions, call: (877).
340-5096.
Perry Winners Group of
Alcoholics Anonymous: Friday,
8 p.m.; Heritage House, 317 N.
Orange St.
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
Saturday, 9 a.m., at Golden
Corral Restaurant.
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 an organization, please
call (850) 584-5513.


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Religion


A-6 Taco Times October 17, 2012


Members of Courts of Praise Apostolic
Assembly Church invite everyone in the
community to join them for the upcoming
Florida Forest Festival fireworks show
planned for Thursday, Oct. 25, at 8:30.
The church is located at 3385 Puckett
Road and provides a "great view of the


show," as well as ample free parking.
And food, too! Hotdogs and drinks will
be served to benefit the building fund for
the church fellowship hall. So come early
and get comfortable while you enjoy an
easy meal. "We would love to see you,"
said a spokesperson for the church.


Churches honor Demps this week


In observance of Clergy Appreciation Month, Elder
Chester Demps will be honored for his service to the
community during a series of services beginning tonight,
Oct. 17. Elder Maurice Perkins and the Triumph Church
family will lead worship.
On Thursday, Pastor Kenneth Dennis and the Restoration
Faith Center will be in charge of services at 7 p.m., and
on Friday Elder Robert Butler and the St. John M.B.


Marina Burnett
Peacock
Marina Burnett Peacock,
died Oc. 15, 2012, at her
home.
She was born Aug. 28,
1911, in Mitchell County.
Ga., the daughter of the
Rev. Hezekiah Newton
Burnett and Alice Mansfield
Burnett. She came to
Perry after her marriage
to Dr. W.H. Peacock who
preceded her in death in
2003.
Mrs. Peacock was a
member of the First Baptist


Church where she was a
Sunday school teacher for
many years and very active
in the Women's Missionary
Union.
She was a founding
member of the Taylor
County Historical Society
and past president of the
Perry Women's Club.
Survivors include: five
children, Betty Ann Hughes
of Macon, Ga., Wilburn
Hiram "Buddy" Peacock
of Perry, Ada Alice Wells
of Tallahassee, Elaine
Herrington of Perry and
Sharon Scott of Brunswick,
Ga. 11 grandchildren; and
15 great-grandchildren.
Graveside services will
be held today, Oct. 17,
at 11 a.m. in Woodlawn
Cemetery.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Big Bend
Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd., Tallahassee,
FL 32308 or to the First
Baptist Church, P.O. Box
1119, Perry.


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TT7 CONTEST

Enter your Star Pet in the third annual
SSTRUTT YOUR MUTT CONTEST!
Friday, Oct. 26 at 5 pm.
Sat the corner of Washington & Green Streets
(across from the courthouse)
Entry Fee: $5
Prizes will be awarded in the following categories:
S Best Bark Best Trick Biggest Dog
S Smallest Dog Oldest Dog Best Kisser
& Best Tail Wagger BEST IN SHOW
S PPick up entry forms and pay entry fees at
the Chamber of Commerce
Pre-register by Wed,, Oct, 24, at the Chamber
Sponsored by Helping Hands of the Shelter, Inc.,
a tax-exempt organization, Shirts worn by Strutt Your Mutt
I volunteers/staff donated by Tracey at Sunrize Stitches


Church will lead. The series culminates with a special
service Sunday, Oct. 21, at 9 a.m. at Bethel of Mt.Sinai in
Mayo with Elder Carolyn Demps leading. Elder Rudolph
Ferguson with New Birth Tabernacle will close out the
week of appreciation on Sunday evening at 4 p.m. Friends
and fellow churches are invited to come to any and all
serivces. The church is located'on South Warner Street,
adjacent to Tidewater Apartments.


Harry Lloyd
Massey Sr.
Harry Lloyd Massey Sr.,
84, died Sunday, Oct. 14.
2012, at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital in Perry.
Mr. Massey had lived in
Perry most of his life. He
retired from Buckeye as
a boiler operator after 36
years.
He was a member of First
Baptist Church where he
served as a deacon. He
was also very active in
missionary work.
Mr. Massey was preceded
in death by his parents,
Williaun Harvey (Bill)
Massey and Arrie Bell
Myrick.
Survivors include: his
wife of 63 years Janie
Massey of Perry: three
sons, Lloyd Massey,
Mike Massey and Mark
Massey. all of Perry: one
daughter, Montine Massey
Flail of Valdosta. Ga.: 10
grandchildren: and eight


great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
held today, Oct. 17, at 11
a.m. in the First Baptist
Church with the Rev. Roger
Ezell and the Rev. David
McMullen officiating.
Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Tuesday, Oct. 16,
from 6 until 8 p.m. at First
Baptist Church.
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Obituaries


(Continued from page A-6)
Hellen P. Wynn
Hellen P. Wynn, 73.
died Friday, Oct. 12, 2012.
in Tallahassee. She was a
native of Perry.
Graveside services will
he held Wednesday, Oct.
17, at 11 a.m. in Springhill
Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Tuesday, Oct. 16
from 5 until 7 p.m. at Trinity
Funeral Home.

Fredrick Colson
Fredrick "Bo Pete"
Colson, 56, died Saturday,
Oct. 13, 2012, in
Tallahassee.
A native of Perry, he lived
here many years before
moving to Tallahassee.
Mr. Colson was a 1975
Taylor County High School
graduate. He was a former
employee of Perry Lumber
Company and was head
chef at Cracker Barrel and
Wings Sport Grill.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Florence
Harris Colson and Dan
Colson.
Survivors include: his
wife, Michelle Diane Colson
of Tallahassee; seven sons,
Kevin (Pam) Colson, Arick
(Tori) Colson, Cedric
Colson, Cecil (Charles)


Green, Devin Colson,
Carlos Colson and Reginald
Colson; four daughters,
April Colson, Teresa Pace.
Kizzy Colson and Tiffany
Mitchell; one brother, Dan
Colson; 22 grandchildren;
and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services will be
held Saturday, Oct. 20, at
I p.m. at New Brooklyn
Missionary Baptist Church
with interment following in
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members will
receive friends Friday, Oct.
19, from 5 until 7 p.m.
at Trinity Funeral Home
which is in charge of
arrangements.

Jessie Iduma
Pridgeon
Jessie Iduma Pridgeon
died Saturday, Oct. 13,
2012, at Marshall Health
Care after an extended
illness. She was a lifelong
resident of Perry.
Ms. Pridgeon was a
homemaker and a member
of Westside Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death
by a daughter, Martha Nell;
her parents, Joseph Lawton
Williams and Mary Sayers;
a brother, J.C. Williams;
and a sister, Maude Murphy.
Survivors include:
three daughters, Nelda
Parker Pace and Murdeen


Pridgeon. both of Perry, and
Maudeen Kidd of Cody,
Wy.; live grandchildren; six
great-grandchildren; and a
host of nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will
he held Thursday, Oct. I8,
at 11 a.m. in Woodlawn
Cemetery with the Rev.
Bobby Joe Heirs officiating.
Family members will
receive friends Thursday,
Oct. 18, 2012 from 10 until
10:45 a.m. Beggs Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.

Douglas Anthony
Bodiford
Douglas Anthony
Bodiford, 48, died Sunday,
Oct. 14, 2012, at his
residence in Perry.
He was born in Perry on
March 21, 1964, to Della
Geneva Whiddon and
Douglas F Bodiford. He
returned to Perry in 2003
after residing in Mt. Vernon,
Ohio, for 10 years.
Mr. Bodiford was a
Christian and attended
Crosspoint Baptist
Fellowship Church. He
was a master welder and
worked in manufacturing
and construction for many
years.
He was preceded in death
by his father, Douglas F.
Bodiford in 2004.


Survivors include: his
mother, Geneva Bodiford
of Perry; a sister, Dena B.
Black of Perry; one nephew,
Christopher Wynn of Perry;
one niece, Natalie Wynn of
Perry; and a host of aunts,
uncles, other relatives and
friends.
Graveside services will
be held today, Oct. 17, at
2 p.m. in Shiloh Cemetery.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home
is in charge of arrangements.


The Walkers will sing

at 7 p.m. Festival Day

The River JCPB in Perry will hold a gospel sing featuring
"The Walkers" on Saturday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. The church
is located at 1239 North Jefferson Street; please enter
through the side entrance of the old Doc's Market building.
Doors open at 6 p.m.

Cavaliers sing in Lee
A benefit gospel concert for Allen McCormick is
scheduled Saturday, Oct. 20, at 6 p.m. in Lee Worship
Center located at 397 S.E. Magnolia Drive in Lee.
The Cavaliers of Perry will be the featured group. Call
850-869-9976 for more information.


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A-8 Taco Times October 17, 2012


Game featured 34 combined penalties


'Dogs outlast Jefferson for 13-12 win


By AARON PORTWOOD
Led by a tremendous
defensive effort and a near-
perfect passing performance
by QB Daniel Wentworth,
the Taylor County Bulldogs
won a gritty, penalty-
plagued contest over rival
Jefferson County, 13-12
Friday night at Dorsett
Stadium in Perry.
In a game marred by a
combined 34 penalties,
the Bulldog defense held
the defending Class A
state champion Jefferson
County's Tigers to just 12
points, and Taylor County's


offense managed just
enough big plays to go along
with Evan Ward's two clutch
field goals in a thrilling one-
point win.
Wentworth completed
16 of 18 passes for 156
yards and scored the game-
winning touchdown on a
spectacular 33-yard run
in the 4th quarter to finish
with 91 yards rushing on 13
attempts.
As Taylor County
celebrated "Senior Night,"
Bulldog senior tailback Jake
Smyrnios had his best game
of the season, carrying 21
times for 161 yards, while
Moral Stephens (6 catches
for 96 yards) and Chance
Rodgers (6 catches for 53
yards) hauled in key passes
for the Bulldogs.
After the Tigers scored


a touchdown with 7:26
remaining in the game to
pull within 13-12, Bulldog
safety Luke Kallschmidt
made a game-saving,
shoestring tackle to trip
up Jefferson County QB
Lenorris Footman just
inches shy of the goal line
on a two-point conversion
run that would have given
Jefferson a 14-13 win.
Evan Ward booted field
goals from 20 and 27 yards,
and just missed a 42-yarder
to help give the Bulldogs the
one-point victory.
Taylor County got an


outstanding effort from
Defensive Coordinator Beau
Johnson's "Brick Squad"
defense, which forced
two 3rd quarter fumbles
(recovering both) and held
Jefferson's talented QB
to 17 yards on 13 carries
thanks to 3 sacks and 3 runs
for no gain.
"I feel like our defensive
front got enough pressure,
and our defensive backs
kept everything in front of
them. I could not have asked
the kids to execute any
better. They did a great job,"
Johnson said. "I am proud of
the whole team. This was a
great team effort.
"I am especially proud
of our defense for adjusting
and buying in all week. The
kids and coaches did not ask
why we had safeties playing


defensive ends, outside
linebackers playing safety
and defensive linemen
rotating in and out every
two plays," Johnson added.
"These are all things coaches
would never have done 10
years ago. The kids and
coaches took pride in their
position and just wanted to
win. I admire our kids here.
Every week we face teams
with way more athleticism,
but we play with heart. It
is hard to measure heart.
Coach Smith and Coach
Bond did an awesome job
getting our running game
going."
The Bulldogs offensive
line Chase Barger, Jacob
Thomas, Andrew McBride,
Ja'Nard Robson and Jacob
Barr -- paved the way to
victory as Taylor County
rushed for a season high 229
yards and gave up only one
sack on the night.
Taylor County out-gained
Jefferson 385-313 and held
a 19-13 edge in first downs,
but came out on the wrong
end of the penalty total, as
the Bulldogs were hit with
a whopping 18 penalties for
182 yards, while the Tigers
were flagged 16 times for
130 yards.
The Tigers last two
fumbles, while the Bulldogs
lost one and had a bad
punt snap that resulted in
a 39-yard loss, but Taylor
County's defense held
Jefferson out of the endzone
after what appeared to be a
game-changing play late in
the first quarter.
Taylor County put
together an impressive 10-
play, 68-yard drive down to
the Tiger 5-yard line on the
opening series of the game,
but Wentworth had the ball
stripped away and lost a
fumble to end the drive
inside the Tiger 10-yard line.
The Bulldog defense held
and forced a punt, thanks to
a pad-popping hit by senior
defensive lineman Tyler
Evans, and the Bulldogs
drove to midfield before the
drive stalled.
A high punt snap sailed
over Wentworth's head and
resulted in a 39-yard loss


Taylor County's Luke Kallschmidt (20) moves in to make a tackle during
recent action. The junior safety made a shoestring tackle late in the game
Friday to thwart a two-point conversion and preserve the 13-12 victory.
(Photo by Wayne Dunwoody)


that gave the Tigers 1st and
10 from the Taylor County
11.
However, the Bulldog
defense came up huge to
keep the game scoreless,
forcing a fumble that was
recovered for a 6-yard loss
on 1st down,-then getting
big tackles from Davis
Helm and Javolis McNeal,
as well as a great pass rush
from Calub Murphy and
Jamarcus Robertson to force
back-to-back incompletions
that forced the Tigers to
come away scoreless.
Smyrnios ripped off a
39-yard gain, then barreled
through a big hole for a 28-
yard gain and a first down
on 3rd and 11 before picking
up another first down on two
more carries for 11 yards.
Wentworth used a great
play-action fake to complete
a 10-yard pass to Jaymonte
McLeod (3 catches, 5 yards)
and Art Nelson ran for 7
yards down to the 3.
However, the drive stalled
inside the 5-yard line when
the Bulldogs couldn't punch
it into the endzone on runs
by Smyrios and Wentworth.
But. Evan Ward drilled a
20-yard field goal to give
the Bulldogs a 3-0 lead with
8:05 left in the 2nd quarter.
Thanks to a key 15-


yard "roughing the punter"
penalty against the Bulldogs,
the Tigers put together a
long 14-play drive that ate
most of the remaining time
off the clock in the first half
and ended with a 3-yard TD
run.
Jefferson's PAT missed
wide left to make the score
6-3 with just 31.5 seconds
left in the half.
Javolis McNeal caught
a line-drive kickoff and
returned it 20 yards to
midfield to give Taylor a


chance to score.
A 4-yard pass to Rodgers
and a 21-yard QB keeper
by Wentworth gave the
Bulldogs a shot at tying the
score going into halftime,
but Ward's 42-yard field
goal sailed just wide to the
right to keep the lead at 6-3
as time ran out in the half.
Tyler Evans set the tone
for the second half on the
third play of the 3rd quarter,
making a crushing tackle
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Hunter safety course is Saturday 1:p


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 who
register in advance by calling
the regional FWC office at
386-758-0525 or going to
MyFWC.com/HunterSafety.
All firearms, ammunition
and materials are provided
free of charge. Students


should bring a pen or pencil
and paper. An adult must
accompany children younger
than 16 at all times.
People born on or after
June 1, 1975, must complete
the hunter safety course
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.


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November 6, 2012

SAMPLE BALLOTS
Sample ballots for the General Election
are scheduled to be mailed this week.
Every household in the county should
receive a sample ballot. Florida law
states you must vote in the precinct
with which you are residing, so if you
have recently moved please call the
Supervisor of Elections office to update
your residential and mailing address.
Updating your information will ensure
that you receive the correct sample ballot.
Look for an official election mailing from
your Supervisor of Elections office like
the one below, this will be your sample
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DEADLINES:
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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Saturday, 9 a.m. until, 1720 James
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feeders, troughs, 2 diamond
plated dog boxes, furniture, 2 sets
king & queen mattress/box
springs, M/F mastiffs $800 for
both, misc. No early birds. 584-
3553 or 838-5297.
10/17- 10/19

Big Yard Sale. Friday, Saturday
and Sunday, 8 a.m. until, 2212
Dice Rd. (off West 98) look for
signs. Doll and chicken/rooster
collection and a lot of other items.
Donna 838-2925.
10/17 -10/19




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condition $625. Call (850) 672-
0536.
10/17- 11/09

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travel trailer, good condition. Call
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10/17- 10/26

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nice quiet area. Utilities and
satellite TV included. 1 adult only,
no children, no pets, $130 weekly
and $130 security. Call 584-2199.
10/17- 11/2

2 bedroom/1 bath, $525 monthly,
first, last and half security deposit.
Partially furnished, call 223-1341.
10/17-10/19

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bedroom cottage partially
furnished, water and sewer
included. 2 people only, no pets
$375 monthly plus 10 hours labor
per month. First and last in
advance plus $200 deposit. Call
(352) 498-3824.
10/17- 10/19

Seeking drug/alcohol free person
to rent room in my home.
Everything furnished, $100
weekly. Call 838-6746 or 672-
4089. Chihuahua puppies $75.
BW, tfn (Wed.)

2 bedroom, 2 bath, single wide
trailer on Bonita Blvd. Central A/C
& heat. Please call 843-1433 or
295-1316.
10/17- 10/26

Trailer for rent. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
$525 monthly, $600 deposit, credit
check required.
RV spot for rent. $350 monthly,
includes water, electric, garbage
and sewer. Please contact Wagon
Wheel at (850) 584-8885.
10/17- 11/09

2 bedroom, 1 bath, mobile home.
$500 monthly, $300 security
deposit, no pets. Call 843-1301.
10/12- 10/19

3 bedroom, 2 bath, home for rent.
No pets of any kind, $750 damage
deposit, $750 monthly, firm. Call
(850) 402-5459 or (850) 284-
3307.
10/10-10/19

Furnished, 1 bedroom apartment.
$150 weekly, $300 security
deposit. Includes water, electric,
cable, no pets.
10/12- 10/19

1 bedroom camper with twin beds
for rent. 1 mile to Keaton Beach
boat ramp and hunting area. $130
weekly, all utilities and satellite TV
included, references required. Call
(850) 578-2446.
10/12-10/17

Everett's Mobile Home Park is
taking applications for:
2 bedroom, 1 bath, home. $400
monthly $300 security deposit.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 28x60 double
wide. $600 monthly, $300 security
deposit. Credit reference is
required, call (850) 584-7094.
EMHP, tfn

3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home in
Glenridge area. Call 584-4098.
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.
LS,tfn

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, tfn









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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."
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TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR
2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments
Rent based on income with
First Month Rent Free for
qualified applicants. Call
850-584-6842. TDD. EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
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2BD/1BA house on a beautiful
corner lot, 602 W. Veterans Dr.
Patio, fenced yard, eat-in kitchen
and dinning room. $595 monthly,
$595 deposit, (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn


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

Classifieds work...
Coll 584-5513.
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




Ford Explorer XLT 2002, 3rd row
seat, $600 down and start making
payments! Almost NO credit
situation refused. Call (850) 584-
2111. Headturners Auto!! WE SAY
YES!!
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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.
SPR, tfn



For Sale or Lease to Own. House
in Ocean Pond subdivision. Only 5
miles from Keaton Beach. 1,568
sq. ft. of living area, 3/2, open
kitchen/living room, stainless steel
appliances, carpet and-hardwood
flooring, sitting on 2 acres of land.
MAKE OFFER-REDUCED
$129,500. Call (850) 612-0536.
10/17- 11/09

1 acre of land 2 miles from Keaton
Beach. Well, septic, power pole,
large shed. $18,500 some owner
financing, call 843-1301.
10/12- 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
or Visit our website: bcfcu.coop
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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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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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Looking for someone to do your
Honey Do List? Just rent my
husband! He.can do: electrical,
wallpapering, painting, wood
porches, gardening, etc. We also
do house cleaning
daily/weekly/monthly or just a one
time thing. References by request,
call Billy & Annie Brown (850)
459-4952.
10/17 10/19

FLOORING
Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will
beat all prices. Call 850-838-9050.
If no answer please a leave
message.
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concrete, wood decks, Ceramic
tile, laminate wood available,
Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak
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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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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
Springleaf Home Equity, Inc.
f/k/a/ American General Home
Equity, Inc. as Assignee of Equity
One, Inc.
d/b/a Equity One Financial
Services Company,
Case No. 2012 CA 000118
Pliantiff,
vs. Gene Edward Taylor and
Pamela Cheryl Taylor,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Gene Edward Taylor and
Pamela Cheryl Taylor
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the
following described property
located In Taylor County. Florida:
COMMENCE AT THE NE CORNER
OF THE NW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 OF
SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,
RANGE 8 WEST AND RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 26 MINUTES 22
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
FORTY LINE 260.00 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
FROM SAID POB RUN SOUTH 89
DEGREES 08 MINUTES 07
SECONDS WEST, 300.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES
26 MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST
192.07 FEET TO THE NORTHERLY
R/W LINE OF A 30 FOOT ROAD
EASEMENT; THENCE RUN SOUTH
89 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 33
SECONDS EAST, 300.02 FEET TO
THE FORTY LINE, THENCE RUN
NORTH 00 DEGREES 26 MINUTES
22 SECONDS WEST, 198,65 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING .
SAID PARCEL CONTAINS 1.35
ACRES AND IS LOCATED IN THE
NW 1/4 OF THE NW 1/4 OF
SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,
RANGE 8 EAST, TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
TOGETHER WITH A 30 FOOT
ROAD EASEMENT WITH THE
CENTERLINE DESCRIBED AS


FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST
(NE) CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER (NW 1/4) OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER (NW 1/4)
OF SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 4
SOUTH, RANGE 8 EAST; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 26
MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST
ALONG THE FORTY ACRE LINE
473.65 FEET FOR THE POINT OG
BEGINNING; THENCE RUN NORTH
89 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 33
SECONDS WEST, 327.65 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 81 DEGREES
05 MINUTES 36 SECONDS WEST
283.00 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
636 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 22
SECONDS WEST 388.63 FEET TO
THE SOUTH LINE OF A COUNTY
ROAD AND THE END OF
EASEMENT.
has filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, on
Elwin R. Trasher, III, plaintiff's
attorney, whose address Is 908
North Gadsden Street,
Tallahassee, Florida 32303, on or
before October 26, 2012, and file
the original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on Sept. 25, 2012.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Court
By Marti Lee DC
As Deputy Clerk
(Seal)

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

PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Taylor County Canvassing Board
will meet on Thursday, October
25, 2012 at.10:00 a.m. to discuss
procedures for Election Day to
be used when canvassing
absentee ballots during the
November 6, 2012, General
Election. This meeting will take
place in the County Courthouse,
2nd floor courtroom, across the
hall from the Supervisor of
Elections office.
In accordance with the Sunshine
Law of Florida, all Canvassing
Board meetings are open to the
public.
Dano Southerland
Supervisor of Elections
Taylor County

Notice of Intention To Register
Fictitious Name
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the
fictitious name statute, chapter
20953 or Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, 1941, will register with
the Secretary of State,
Corporation Division,
Tallahassee, Florida, upon
receipt of proof of publication of
this notice the fictitious name, to
wit: Hugger's How 2 Have Fun
Rentals,LLC under which we/I will
engage in business, I/we expect
to engage in business in Perry,
Florida and our address is: 100
Monroe Street, Perry, Florida
32348.
The extent of ownership is:
Sylvester Hugger Sr. 100%.


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and stripping the ball loose
on a run up the middle.
Calub Murphy recovered for
the Bulldogs, and Smyrnios
carried lour straight times
for 19 yards down inside the
5-yard line.
A 15-yard chop block
penalty pushed Taylor back
out to the 19-yard line, and
Wentworth threw a quick
screen to Stephens, who
drug three defenders 9 yards
to the 10.
On 4th and goal, Ward
nailed a 27-yard field goal
to tie the game 6-6 with 8:03
remaining in the 3rd quarter.
Evans, Javolis McNeal
and KeVarius Franklin made
big tackles and Jermaine
Watkins stripped the ball
loose from a Tiger receiver
after a catch to force a
fumble that was recovered
by Johnny Anderson.
Neither team managed to
score again in the 3rd, but a
shanked punt by Jefferson
gave the Bulldogs great
field position to start the, 4th
quarter at their own 45.
Stephens turned a' short
bubble screen pass into a
20-yard gain and on 1st and
10 from the 33, Wentworth
faked a hand-off to Smyrnios
and took off for a 33-yard
TD run to put the Bulldogs
up 12-6.
Ward's PAT made the
score 13-6 with 11:33 to
play in the game.
The Tigers broke a 65-
yard kickoff return that was
called back for holding, but
put together a 10-play drive
that ended with a 1-yard TD
run by Footman to pull the
Tigers within 13-12.
Jefferson went for the
two-point conversion and
the win, but failed when the
Bulldogs defense came up
big not once, but twice!
Johnny Anderson broke up
the first 2-point conversion
pass, but was flagged for
pass interference, moving
the ball just outside of the
1-yard line.
On the 2-point play re-
try, Footman rolled out to
his right and threatened
to throw, but tucked and
ran when he couldn't find
an open receiver. Luke
Kallschmidt dove and
tripped Footman up just shy
of the goal line to preserve
the 13-12 lead with 7:26
remaining in the game.
The Bulldogs went
backwards on their next
drive, as Smyrnios lost 1
yard, and McLeod caught
back-to-back screen passes
and was tackled behind the
line of scrimmage for a total
loss of 5 yards.
Wentworth (averaging
41.6 yards per punt this
season) boomed a 50-yard
punt and Evan Grambling


Teen grief

retreat set

for Nov. 1
Teens who have
experienced the death
of a parent, grandparent
sibling, friend or other
significant person in their
life are invited to enjoy a
fun, relaxing and uplifting
day at Bradley's Pond in
Tallahassee in the company
of their peers.
Big Bend Hospice's Teen
Woe-Be-Gone retreat will
be held Thursday, Nov. 1,
from 9 am. to 4:30 p.m.
This retreat will include
group activities, music,
creative arts, and a special
remembrance ceremony.
The loss does not have


to be recent for a teen to
benefit from this retreat,
organizers said.
Light breakfast, lunch,
and a complimentary t-shirt
or hoodie will be provided
to those who attend.
Space is limited, so
those interested are asked
to contact Caitlin at 878-
5310 ext. 706 (Caitlin@
bigbendhospice.org) for
more information or to
register.
This retreat is a free
service of Big Bend Hospice
but donations are graciously
accepted.


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stop two 2-point plays in fourth


sacked Footman for an
8-yard loss.
The Tigers were forced to
punt on 4th and 22, but nearly
picked uip a lirst down when
the Bulldogs were hit with
a 15-yard unsportsmanlike
conduct penalty or barking
out a fake snap count on the
punt play.
After the punt, Smyrnios
picked up 41 yards on three
carries to help pick up three
first downs, but the Bulldogs
were hit with back-to-back
unsportsmanlike conduct
and personal foul penalties.
Wentworth threw a
perfect sideline fade pass
to Stephens for a 39-yard
gain to move the Bulldogs
down to the Jefferson 20,


but disaster nearly struck
when Wentworth fumbled
on hack-to-back scrambles,
but recovered one and had
the other called back on a
penalty.
Taylor was forced to turn
the ball over on downs with
under one minute to play in
the game, but the Bulldog
defense actually pushed
Jefferson backwards to their
own 2-yard line and nearly
recorded a safety before
time ran out.
Javolis McNeal and Tyler
Evans had their best games
of the season, as McNeal
recorded 4 solo tackles, 5
assists and a tackle for loss.
Evans had 3 solo, 3 assists, 2
tackles for loss and a forced


fumble. Both players, along
with Calub Murphy (4 solo,
4 assists, I tackle for loss,
fumble recovery) made hits
that could be heard in the
stands.
Kallschmidt led the
Bulldog defense with 6 solo
tackles and 4 assists, while
Davis Helm had 5 solo
tackles and 2 assists.
Other leading defenders
included: Johnny Anderson
(4 solo, 3 assists), Jermaine
Watkins (2 solo, 5 assists,
forced fumble, 1 pass break-
up), Marc Hamilton (3 solo,
3 assists, fumble recovery,
1 pass break-up), Darick
Ward (3 assists, 1 sack),
Grambling (2 solo, 1 assist,
1 sack), Ethan Allbritton (1


solo, 2 assists) and KeVarius
Franklin (2 assists).
"It was a great night to
be a Bulldog. We gave a
great team effort and I am
so proud of my Brick Squad
defense stopping Jefferson
twice on 2-point plays in the
4th quarter," Johnson said.
"We showed guts all night.
Our offensive line deserves
credit as well for their
blocking."
In addition to having his
best game of the season
running the ball, Wentworth
continued a hot twogame
passing streak in which he
has completed an amazing
84 percent of his passes. The
junior QB completed 15 of
19 passes for 276 yards, 4


TDs and I interception in a
45-27 win over Walton and
then had just 2 incomplete
passes in the 13-12 win over
Jefferson County (16 of 18
for 156 yards).
Over the past two games
Wentworth has completed
31 of 37 passes for 432
yards with 4 TDs and 1
interception while rushing
21 times for 130 yards and
2 TDs.
On the season Wentworth
has completed 93 of 155
passes for 948 yards, 9 TDs
and 4 interceptions through
6 games. He can break the
1,000-yard mark this Friday
night against arch rival East
Gadsden in Quincy in a key
District 1-4A game.


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Cruce honored by



Big Bend Hospice


Letters to the Editor



Businesses thanked



for donations, support


CHARACTER
Continued from page 2
to teach Character Education
in several settings including:
classroom lessons, small
group mentoring and video
systems in every classroom.
There is also a program
called "Adopt-A-Grade"
designed to encourage
teachers and staff.
In September when
tragedy struck our very own-
community, it affected the
lives of many, especially our
teachers. These teachers
invested many hours into
the lives of those students
and some spent up to seven
hours a day in the classroom
with those students. That is
why Faith Baptist Church


decided to take action.
On Wednesday. Sept. 19.
Faith Baptist Church used
the "Adopt-A-Grade"
program to bring outside
organizations together to
serve our teachers. We
would like to thank the
Taylor County School
District for allowing us the
doorway into the schools
to help encourage our
teachers during this tragic
season.
Thank you to Winn
Dixie for donating a cake
to feed up to 100 people.
Thank you to the following
organizations for donating
gift certificates to.use in a
drawing for our wonderful
teachers and staff at Taylor
County High School:


Barclay's Restaurant and
More, Golden Corral,
Goodman's, Poppa Jim's,
Pouncey's, Deal's Famous
Oyster House, Mama's
Italian Restaurant. Fiddler's
and Courthouse Cafe. And
these were just for the
month of September!
Ministry is about taking
the church outside of the
four walls. It is about
meeting the needs of our
neighbors. One day tragedy
will affect you and you're
going to want someone to
be there for you, so what
are you doing to make a
difference in the lives of
those around you now?
With appreciation,
Pastor Paul Nawlin
Character Education Now


By SHARON D. DAVIDSON
Big Bend Hospice
Often people have been
described as having an "old
soul." But rarely do you
find someone who others
describe as having an "old
heart." Holly Cruce, a Big
Bend Hospice aide, is one
of those unique individuals
who, at a young age, has
demonstrated empathy in
caring for those who are
dying. It is because of this
special quality that Holly
was presented with the Big
Bend Hospice Ida Colson
Hospice Aide Excellence
Award.
Holly is a Certified Nurse
Assistant on the Jefferson,
Madison, and Taylor (JMT)
Big Bend Hospice Team.
Her role is to provide
personal-care assistance
such as bathing, dressing
and grooming. She helps
to promote a clean, safe
and healthy environment.
Other members of a Big
Bend Hospice team include
Medical Directors, Nurses,
Social Workers, Chaplains,
Music Therapists and
Volunteers.
After attending Taylor
Technical Institute in Perry
and completing the PCT
program, Holly received
her Certified Nursing
Assistance (CNA) license in
2004. She went on to work
at Doctor's Memorial Home
Health before joining Big
Bend Hospice in February
2008. She has had the
opportunity to work with
patients and families in both
Jefferson and Taylor County
as part of the JMT Hospice
team.
The technical aspect of
providing care can be taught
and learned in classes but
the ability and the desire
to become part of that
patient's life is innate. One
must be born with that
compassion: one cannot


learn it from a book. "Holly
understands that providing
care to our patients in their
daily activities and helping
them with their hygiene
needs consist of mpre than
scrubbing behind their
ears, washing their hair or
shaving them," says Carol
Katz, Manager of the JMT
Team. "She recognizes that
caring for our patients is
also about listening to them,
visiting with them while
attending to their needs,
and empathizing with them
as they talk about their
worriers, their fears, and
their hopes."
This award is given
yearly to honor both the
first BBH Hospice Aide, Ida
Colson, and to acknowledge
the excellent care and
support given by all of BBH
Hospice Aides. The award
reflects what the mission of
the organization stands for
- dedication, compassion,
and care. Holly has that
innate talent to become an
intimate part of our patient's


lives while maintaining
that requisite professional
distance. "Our patients
anticipate Holly's visits and
know that she is genuinely
caring and concerned about
them," explains Katz.
As Big Bend Hospice
begins preparation for
celebrating 30 years as
the hometown hospice in
2013, employees like Holly
reflect the exceptional
attention and care given to
all BBH patients and family
members.
Big Bend Hospice
has been serving this
community since 1983 with
compassionate end- of- life
care along with grief and
loss counselors available
to provide information and
support to anyone in Leon,
Jefferson, Taylor, Madison,
Gadsden, Liberty, Franklin
or Wakulla county. If
you would like additional
information about services,
please call 850-878-5310 or
visit www.bigbendhospice.
org.


Holly Cruce (left) was recently presented with
the Ida Colson Hospice Aide Award of Excellence
by Big Bend Hospice. Shown with her is Carol
Katz, team manager for the Jefferson, Madison,
Taylor Hospice Team.


Carnival pre-sale tickets still available


Pre-sale tickets for the
2012 Florida Forest Festival
carnival are on sale at
the Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce.
These advanced tickets are


on sale for $15 while tickets
purchased at the gate will be
$20. Festival officials said
there will be no discount
coupons available this year.
so to take advantage of the


discount, the tickets must be
purchased in advance.
The carnival will open
Wednesday, Oct. 24. and
continue through Festival
Day on Saturday, Oct. 27.


F oricda Forest Festival

Tree Capital of

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S-This year's

Florida Forest Festival

is the 57th celebration

of forestry and its

far-reaching benefits.

Test your knowledge of the

long-held tradition below:


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1. What.was ihe ginal name of the Florida Forest Festival?

2 2. ;What was the traditional feast served on Festival Day?

.3;-hat year did the veterans of Desert Storm serve as parade marshals for the Festival?

4. nor declared Taylor County the Tree Capital of the South?

5. Nam, .re 0iu qeens.

6.l Who was the first LitfKing and Queen?
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7.- hI7g.ht musical group (r~0aed after their gym teacher) performed in the 70s for the

festival before becoming rich, famous and internationally known?

8. hat prg#tedthe iornmunity to present the first festival?,, ..

Ir tii9e..1iwas the festival cancelled because of rair,

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Festival Kids' Parade


is seeking applicants


The 2012 Florida Forest
Festival Kids' Parade is now
taking entry forms for those
who wish to show off their
"forestry finest" celebrating
this year's theme of "Once
Upon a Forest."
The parade will take place
during downtown activities
on Friday, Oct. 26, at 6 p.m.
and is for children ages 12


and under. Parents are asked
to arrive and register no later
than 5:45 p.m.
"All units must be non-
motorized," organizers said.
"You may decorate bikes,
wagons, baby carriages,
etc."
Awards will be presented
for most keeping with
festival theme, most


original, most humorous,
most magical and judges'
choice.
The daycare with the most
participants and the class
(from any school) with the
most participants will both
receive a $50 gift card.
For more information,
contact the festival office at
584-TREE (8733).


160-plus years of service
Three long-time members of the Perry Kiwanis Club were honored recently
with commemorative watches for their many years of service. Shown at
the presentation are (left to right) Immediate Past President Bruce Ratliff,
Jake Bassett (55 years of service), President Bobby Edwards, Henry Davis
(55 years of service) and Bob Childs (57 years of service).


'The Right Candidate

running for the

Right Reasons.'







For the past 8 years, it has
been my privilege and
honor to represent the
citizens of District 1. Today
I'm asking you to re-elect
me, so I can continue to
serve the needs of our
community. With my
extensive experience,
proven fiscal responsibility
and demonstrated concern
for the residents of Dist. 1,
I feel I am the best candidate
for the job, and I look
forward to continuing to
work for you on the Board
of County Commissioners.






Paid political advertisement, paid for and approved by Malcolm V. Page,
Democratic candidate for County Commissioner, Dist. 1.,


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