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Language: English
Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: February 29, 2012
Publication Date: 10/31/2012
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PPD under fire for traffic stops


Costume, pumpkin
carving contests
tonight at chamber
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.
For more information, call
584-5366.

26th annual Veterans
Day ceremony,
luncheon planned
Monday, Nov. 12
Taylor County High
School JROTC will host its
26th Annual Veterans' Day
Ceremony Monday, Nov. 12,
in the school gymnatorium.
The ceremony will begin at
10:30 am.
"We advise anyone who
chooses to participate to
arrive around 9:45 a.m.,
to allow a smooth running
ceremony. We expect
courtesy to be shown toward
our veterans, and during
the ceremony. After the
ceremony at the school, a flag
changing ceremony will take
place at Veterans Memorial
Park at noon. We invite the
community and send a special
welcome to all our veterans to
attend:" organizers said.
The annual Veterans
Day Luncheon hosted by
the Taylor County Board of
Commissioners will be held
following the flag changing
ceremony. All veterans and
their families are invited to
gather at Forest Capital Park,
starting at 12:30 p.m.

Huge yard sale this
Friday at Senior
Center
The Taylor County Senior
Citizens Center will hold an
indoor/outdoor yard sale this
Friday, Nov. 2, starting at
7 am. Proceeds will benefit
the non-profit center's meals
program.

Phillips speaks
Tuesday
Horace "Bud" Phillips will
share the history of the U.S.
Air Force during the Tuesday,
Nov. 6, meeting of American
Legion Post 96. The meeting
will begin at 7 p.m. Everyone
is welcome.


Weather

Wednesday 73 -

38

Thursday 75

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



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The Perry Police
Department (PPD) has come
under fire for alleged racial
profiling and harassment of
local citizens, specifically
within the minority
community.
Three local citizens
addressed the Perry City


Council last Tuesday, each
expressing concerns for how
officers treat individuals
stopped for seemingly
minor traffic infractions.
Darius Jones related
that officers "put the (K-
9) dog" on his car Oct. 12
after stopping him to inquire


about his car (which was
parked in front of his home
with the door open).
"I had a plate of food on
the front seat and they said
that was consistent with
crack cocaine (activity). I
live in the area known as
'The Trap,' but I don't sell


drugs. I'm not involved
with any of that. 1 served
my country. I have worked
at Buckeye for 15 years.
1 don't need to sell crack
cocaine," Jones said.
When council members
asked PPD Chief Vern Clark
about the incident, he said


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The 57th annual Florida Forest Festival etched countless new memories for those who attended,
with fireworks lighting up the night sky and a multitude of queens parading through town. The
Grapevine (top photo) energized audiences during two sets Saturday afternoon. Meanwhile, Taylor
County was well represented among the forestry royalty with (middle left photo, I to r) Miss Taylor
County Forestry Emily Newman, Teen Miss Kate Whiddon and Junior Miss Haley Jones participating
in many of the festival's events. Little King Kingston Williams (bottom left) could also be found
throughout the festival. (Photos by Ahgela M. Castelucci and Mark Viola)


Thousands gather to celebrate our


'green & growing' forestry industry


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
Once upon a forest,
a community gathered
together to celebrate the
trees around them along
with the men and women
who made a living among
the leaves and needles.
The community was
called Taylor County and
the celebration was known
far and wide as the Florida
Forest Festival.
It was the 57th such
festival and people came
from across the kingdom to
join in the festivities and
rejoice.
And there was much
rejoicing to be had, between
fireworks brightening the
starry sky, queens beyond
count parading through the
streets, expert lumberjacks
showcasing their skills and
a group of minstrels called


the Grapevine leading a
train of love through the
assembled masses.
Although the pine i ck IL s,
are still settling, Florida
Forest Festival officials are
calling this year's edition a
"great success." citing large
crowds and a multitude of


positive comments.
"It takes an army of
volunteers and just as many
generous sponsors to make
the festival a reality, and
we want to thank each and
every one." Festival board
member Dawn Taylor said.
"From what we've heard,


Three generations of the Robertson family
enjoyed the festival's activities, including
Saturday morning's King Tree Parade.


it seems like it was a good
year all around, beginning
with a great fireworks
show Thursday night and
continuing through to
Saturday's big day."
Thursday's fireworks
display featured more than
3,000 shells and lasted
around 20 minutes, with
effects including hearts and
bowties. Those sitting on
Perry-Foley Airport had an
up-close-and-personal view
of the show, but the display
could be seen for miles
around, with vehicles lining
Industrial Drive and Puckett
Road filled with people
ready for the annual event.
Although hundreds of
fans were ady to see the
Taylor County High School
Bulldogs take on Suwannee
County in their homecoming
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he had spoken with Jones
but that no formal complaint
had been filed (against) the
officers involved in the
incident.
Patricia Clayton, who
described herself as an
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What is

underlying

cause of

crime?
The foundation is being
laid for a new Community
Crime Watch Board that
will work to combat the
underlying causes of crime
in troubled areas of the city.
The Perry Police
Department (PPD) launched
the initiative during a
Community Crime Watch
meeting held Sunday in the
Perry City Council meeting
room.
More than 20 local
residents were in attendance
with representatives from
throughout the community,
Capt. Jamie Cruse reported.
"We have volunteers
from a broad cross-section
of the community who
have volunteered to serve
on the crime watch board
and we will be introducing
everyone during our next
meeting, planned Sunday,
Nov. 11, at 3 p.m. (also in
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Red flag


warning

in effect
With dry air settling over
the area combined with
breezy conditions resulting
from Hurricane Sandy, the
National Weather Service
(NWS) has extended a red
flag fire warning for today
(Wednesday) for the entire
Florida Panhandle and Big
Bend regions, including
Taylor County.
A red flag warning
means that critical fire
weather conditions are
either occurring now or
will shortly. The region was
under a red flag warning
Monday and Tuesday as
well, and the NWS extended
the warning until 7 p.m.
today.
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Net sales

impacted

by June

outage at

Buckeye


Buckeye Technologies
Inc. last week announced
first quarter net sales of
$197 million and adjusted
net income of $24.6 million.
Net sales for the quarter
were down $35 million or
15 percent compared to the
year ago quarter, mainly
due to lost sales resulting
from the June steam drum
failure outage at the Foley
facility and weaker demand
in some of the company's
wood and cotton specialty
libers markets.
The sale of the Merfin






A-2 TacoTimes October31,2012


Department has


'long-standing


policy against


biased-based


profiling...'


PPD
Continued from page 1
evangelist working within
the community, said she
has received numerous calls
regarding "the harassment
of innocent people who are
being stopped who shouldn't
be stopped (by police). This
needs to stop and if you
can't, I know somebody
in Atlanta who can get us,
justice. Something needs to
be done about it."
"I've gotten a lot of
complaints about people
being stopped for running
stop signs and then being
asked to search their vehicle.
They even stopped my wife.
I know we asked them (the
police) to come over (to
step up patrol near Warner
Avenue), but they need to
take care of just what they
need to do," Councilman
Sylvester Harris said.
Longtime community
activist Wayne Dunwoody
told council members "over
the past nine months to a
year my phone has been
ringing off the hook about
the police department.
Mainly calls about how
police officers treat you and
stop you for crazy small
reasons and then don't tell
you why they pulled you
over. I know what to do. 1
know who to call. I don't
like sending threats...I'm
not sending threats, but it's
like the police department is
at war with Taylor County
citizens. Not all officers.
There's one particular group
and citizen know when that
group is working."
Dunwoody said he
himself received a ticket
for allegedly running a stop
sign.
"I just pulled my car up
over the white line and they
told me that's a violation.
They had a whole gang
there cause that's what they
do when they stop you. I've
also been told they (officers)
are stopping people and
telling them not to go into
certain areas because they
are known drug areas. They
need to quit interfering with
people who are trying to live
normal lives.
"I don't have a problem
with police doing their job,
but this is profiling. Their
attitude is rude if they stop
you and the first thing they
ask is where are you going
and can I search your car.
This is what is going on and
I would appreciate it if you

'Build trust'

CRIME
Continued from page 1

the council room)."
"We are open to any
suggestions that will yield
better results in dealing
with these underlying
causes of crime. The key
is community support and
this program will afford
everyone the opportunity
to give their input so that
all voices can be heard. We
want to build trust between
the PPD and the community,
and show we care and want
to do everything we can to
help them," Cruse said.


would look into it. If not,
1 can get people here and
they'll be slapping a gold
badge (federal) in your face
like at the bar and hotel,"
Dunwoody said. (The bar
he referred to involved
action taken several years
ago against a business that
allegedly discriminated
against minorities as well
as a local hotel where the
owner allegedly poured
bleach in to the pool after
minorities used it.)
Councilman Mike
Deming invited Dunwoody
to attend a community
crime watch meeting that
was scheduled the following
Sunday (Oct. 28).
Chief Clark said his
department had already
addressed some of the
complaints heard that night.
"I think the police should
be out walking the beat and
getting out where the drugs
are. Put the bike patrol back
on the streets," Dunwoody
said.
"What do you we suggest
we do to get rid of the
drugs?" Mayor Daryll
Gunter asked Dunwoody.
"Get in with the justice
department. I know people
there who would be willing
to help. That way you are
going about it now is not
part of the solution," he
replied.
"Then help be part of the
solution," Gunter invited.
On Tuesday, PPD Capt.
Jamie Cruse said the
department has received
"consistent complaints
regarding certain areas in
the city."
He noted. "We have
stepped up traffic
enforcement in those areas.
Traffic stops are an effective
tool to discover illegal drug
activities...it is one of many
tools we are using."
Cruse also said the
department has not received
any formal complaints
against any officers.
"I have had calls from
residents with concerns, but
we have addressed them.
The PPD has a policy against
biased-based profiling that
has been in place for many
years. Our officers receive
this training when they are
first hired and the police has
recently redistributed copies
of the policy to everyone,"
he said.


TCMS millionaires
Who said there were no millionaires at Taylor County Middle School? Pictured above are nine
students who have taken AR quizzes and read 1,000,000 words or more. School leader Austin Lago
is joined here by Sydney Bohlman, Tysheonna Gaddy, Dylan Smart, Shelby Blanton, Jack Deming,
Hunter Lundy, Shawna Montgomery, Aiden Dunaway and TCMS Librarian Dale Thompson, at left.
Twenty-one reading classes have also met the goal of reading more than 1,000,000 words; Mrs.
Jessica Curtis' 7th grade reading class is leading the pack with more than 11,000,000 million words
read.

Outdoor burning not recommended


RED FLAG
Continued from page 1
Conditions are expected
to improve today compared
to earlier in the week, but the
NWS warns any fires that


develop will likely spread
rapidly. Outdoor burning is
not recommended.
Today's forecast calls
for winds around 10 mph
with gusts to'20 mph with
minimum humidity levels


around 25 to 30 percent.
The NWS weather service
station at Perry-Foley
Airport reported sustained
winds around 15 mph
Tuesday afternoon with a
wind guest of 28 mph.


Guardian ad Litem Toy Run planned Dec. 8


The 10th annual Toy Run
benefitting Guardian ad
Litem will be held Saturday,
Dec. 8. The run will start at
the Taylor Square Shopping
Center at 11 a.m. and end at
Econfina Resort.


Entertainment will be
provided by Steel Bridge
and admission is a new
unwrapped toy or a $20
donation.
Event sponsors include
Advanced Refrigeration


& Air Conditioning,
Parrotheads in Perry-"dise,"
Econfina Resort, Don and
Michele Curtis. and USW
Local 1192.


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A-3 Taco Times October 31, 2012


Crowe: Impact of outage less than expected


BUCKEYE
Continued from page 1
Systems converting
business in the third
quarter of fiscal 2012
accounted for $5 million of
the year over year reduction
in net sales.
The June outage at
Buckeye's Foley mill had
a negative impact of $2.2
million on first quarter
operating income. Selling,
general and administrative
(SRA) expenses of
$13.2 million were up
$0.8 million year over
year due to
growth initiative consulting
and. legal fees incurred
during the quarter.
Comparing the first
quarter of fiscal year 2013
to the fourth quarter of fiscal
2012, sales were down $28
million or 12 percent.
This was mainly due to
a $27 million reduction
in sales from the Foley
specialty wood fibers
facility, as shipments were
impacted by the June outage
and demand softness in
some markets. Adjusted
operating income was
down $1.3 million due to
lower shipment volume
and unfavorable mix at
Foley, and higher SRA
expenses.
These were partly offset
by higher operating income
from Buckeye's Memphis
specialty cotton fibers
plant and its Nonwovens
segment.
Buckeye currently
expects to realize about
$40 to $45 million in
positive cash flow over the
next three quarters relating
to the cellulosic biofuel
credit.
Capital spending
continues to be at a high
level as Buckeye continues
work on a couple of large
high return projects.
At the end of the quarter


the company's cash and
short term investments
stood at $48 million.
Inventories were up
$25 million during the
quarter with about half
of that coming from
planned restocking after
the June outage at Foley
and the other half due to
weaker demand in some
markets.
Share repurchases were
very limited in the first
quarter, but have picked
up again in October, as the
company repurchased about
290,000 shares for $8.9
million in October.
Chairman and CEO
John B. Crowe said, "Our
first, quarter fiscal 2013
financial results came in
as we expected, except
that the impact of the June
outage at Foley on the quarter
was less than expected.
We are experiencing some
weaker conditions in a
few of the specialty fibers
markets, namely in tire cord,
auto filtration and fluff
pulp. We are seeing positive
signs as well, though, in
the LCD/LED markets
for our cotton specialty
fibers, where we see
growth returning in
2013, and in nonwovens,
where our shipment
volume is up year over
year.
"We were pleased to see
our gross margin improve
to above 25 percent in the
quarter. During the quarter,
we made good progress on
our Specialty Expansion
Project and the Oxygen
Delignification Project at
our Florida wood fibers
facility. Both are important
projects and are expected
to come on-line in April
and July 2013 respectively,
and will be key contributors
for revenue growth and
cost reduction. In our
nonwovens business, we
continue to work toward


Iransitioning the supply
of our current customers
from our Delta facility to
our other two nonwovens
facilities following the
Delta closure, which


remains on schedule for
December 2012."
Crowe went on to say,
"While the headwinds we
forecasted in August did
arrive, we are committed


to disciplined execution
of our strategy. With
continued strong cash
flow and a strong balance
sheet, we are well-
positioned to continue


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value and to meet the
challenges of a
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Elouise Gardiner was greeted with applause and
cheers from friends within and beyond the Taylor
County School District that she served for many
years., As 2012 Lady of the Year for Beta Sigma
Phi, she was chauffeured in the parade by Kevin
Cruce in a sporty car provided by Headturners.


A-4 Taco Times October 31, 2012


1Halloween Trail free tonight 'for all who dare'


Guardian ad Litem will benefit from tonight's Haunted
Trail planned at 604 E. Bay Street. The fun begins at dusk
and is free to all...but donations will be welcomed.
Volunteers through Guardian ad Litem serve as "voices"


for children caught up in the legal system and function as
their advocates.
Any donation made during the Haunted Trail will be
forwarded to the organization.


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Grand re-opening
Perry Theatre owners Larry and Teresa Schmidt (center) prepare to cut the ribbon during grand re-
opening ceremonies held earlier this month. Representatives from the Perry-Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce and community members were on hand to congratulate the new owners. The event
featured free screenings of two movies. The theatre is located at 118 E. Park St.


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SERENDIPITY: you need to know what it is and to look for it


Serendipity, the
wonderful act of making
fortunate discoveries by
accident should be a part of





Let's



Talk
By DELORES WALKER


everyone's life on a regular
basis. I have come to look
for them daily with an
appreciation that borders on
childish glee.
Having grown up as the


fourth child in a family of
live 1 enjoyed three older
siblings who spanned an
age difference of live to 13



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years from my age. This age
difference seemed to work
to my benefit. I fit nicely
into the "younger child"
status but was exempt from
the spot reserved for Leta


Dale, who was six years
younger than me and the
baby of the family.
When the boys learned
to drive I was invited along
for the ride since I was
old enough to be useful
for such things as running
into the store for soda or
picking up the clothes at
the dry cleaners for Mama.
I felt very important to be
included in the workings of
our household. It also gave
me the excuse to remind
Leta she was too young
to be trusted with such
important assignments.
It was on these early
outings that I learned the
value of serendipity. The
trip to the store could
involve an accidental


meeting with a friend. It
was the perfect opportunity
to plan a meel-up time at
the corner of South Center
Street for an afternoon of
play. And there was always
the chance Mrs. Ellison or
Mr. Poppell would give me
the option of plunging my
hands into the cold recesses
of the drink box to pull out
a free Orange Crush or a
NuGrape soda.
The older I became the
accidental discoveries
usually involved the latest
romantic crush on some
unsuspecting boy. The
chance of rounding a corner
as I strolled the sidewalks
in downtown Perry and
coming face-to-face with
the handsomest boy ever


was worth the long walk
from my house. If he
happened to suggest we
check out the doughnuts at
Johnson's Bakery, my heart
would soar at the good
fortune life provided me.
Making an A+ on an
exam when you didn't feel
confident finding money
- having a best friend spend
the night and sporting a
guy's class ring wrapped
in tons of yarn to hold it
on your finger these all
qualified as serendipity to a
teenager growing up in the
fifties.
The unexpected events
have changed for me over
the years but the thrill of
discovery remains the same.
One such event occurred


recently.
Every Thursday our
Local Writers Group meets
to read and edit the chapters
of the books we are writing.
A casual invitation to a
friend's request to join us
on Thursday led to her
bringing along her friend.
Just so happened, her friend
is an accomplished author.
Her expertise has fueled all
of us to move toward the
elusive "best seller" with
renewed desire.
Oh, the joy of discovering
good fortune as we go about
the daily ritual of living. I
am so thankful serendipity
has been a lifelong friend.
I encourage it to stay with
me as long as I have life on
this earth.


Obituaries


John Buford Morrow Jr.
John Buford Morrow Jr. died Friday, Oct. 26, 2012, at his
residence in Perry.
Born in Las Vegas, Nev., he moved to Perry from Quincy
in 1983. He worked as a paint and body man for 30 years.
Mr. Morrow was a U.S. Army veteran, having served in
Vietnam. He was a Baptist and a member of the Moose
Lodge.
He was preceded in death by his father, John Buford
Morrow Sr.
Survivors include: his wife of 23 years, Kathleen Morrow
of Perry; his mother, Jeanne Johnson of Edgewater; two
sons, Michael Pridmore of Gaffney, S.C., and John V. Ross
of Tallahassee; four daughters, Robin Ross of Kingspark,
N.Y., Kimberly Burr of Augusta, Ga., Michelle Hanson
and Joy-Lynn Tuten, both of Perry; one sister, Joan
Couture of Edgewater; 14 grandchildren; and three great-
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 2 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home which was in charge of arrangements.


and was a sergeant for the Taylor Correctional Institution
for eight years. In 2011, he was named Perry Rotary Club
Hero of the Year.
He was preceded in death by his father. He is survived
by his wife of 40 years, Cathy Hayden; two sons, Bryan
(Summer) Hayden of Perry and Stacy (Dianna) Hayden
of Pensacola: mother and step-father. Mary and Ralph
London of Perry: two sisters, Kathy L. (Larry)Simmons
of Perry and Leslie A. (Stacy) Hill of Mobile, Ala.; two
grandsons, Luke Hayden and Carter Hayden; numerous
nieces, nephews. other relatives and a host of friends.
Funeral services were held Sunday, Oct. 28, at 2 p.m. at
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home Chapel with Marc Pargo and
Jay Black officiating. Interment followed in New Hope
Cemetery.
Family members received friends one hour prior to the
service at Burns Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations were
made to the Casey Lukens' Fund. Lighthouse Children's
Home or the Mission Fund c/o Salem Missionary Baptist
Church.


Emmitt Nix
Jim Hayden Emmitt Nix, 83, died Sunday, Oct 282012, at his
Jim Hayden, 59, died Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012. at residence following an extended illness. He was born in
Doctors' Memorial Hospital. Brinson. Ga., on Oct. 30, 1928, to General Nix and the
He was born on April 18, 1953. in Memphis, Tenn. to former Mary Lizzie Buckhalter.
Larry Vernon Hayden and the former Mary Nell Howard. Mr. Nix had been a resident of Taylor County since 1946.
Mr. Hayden was a lifelong resident of Taylor County and He worked for many years as a welder and pipe litter for
a member of Salem Missionary Baptist Church. He was Watkins. He was a member of Three Rivers Hunting Club.
a four-year veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard and was the He is survived by his wife of 67 years. Flossie Nix of
former owner of Deep Venture Geological Inspection and Perry: a son. Emmitt L. (Joanne) Nix Jr. of Perry: six
Video Service. He also worked as a professional scuba diver daughters. Cathy (Barry) Schoenfeld of Tallahassee, Jo Ann


(Larry) Parker, Susie Marie (Paul) Merrill, Connie Vanessa
(Keith) Brown, all of Perry, Mary Jane (Jerry) Angiloti and
Amy Radar, all of Tallahassee; 20 grandchildren; 22 great-
grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and a host of
nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home.

Janice Elaine Crump
Janice Elaine Crump, 55, died Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012,
in Perry.
She was born in Jacksonville on Dec. 1, 1956, but had
lived in Perry most of her life. Ms. Crump worked for more
than 20 years with the Florida Department of Corrections
in the probation and parole division. She was a member of
Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her father, William Looney;
her mother, Alberta Smith; and a sister, Andria McCall-
Bonner.
Survivors include: two sons, Julian Weaver of Tallahassee
and Gregory Weaver of Thailand; one daughter, Emerald
Crump of Perry; one brother, Leeandrew McCall of Tampa;
six sisters, Marchee Hollis, Loiuse MaGee and Deidre
Looney. all of Jacksonville, Gloria Beal of Atlanta, Ga.,
Christine Pugh and Patsy Hawkins both of Donalsonville,
Ga.: and a host of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 at
11 a.m. with Dr. Kathy Suarez officiating. Interment
will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. Family members
will receive friends Thursday. Nov. 1, from 6 until 8 p.m.
at Beggs Funeral Home Chapel which is in charge of
arrangements.












Sports


A-6 Taco Times October 31,2012


'Dogs down Suwannee for Homecoming win


By AARON PORTWOOD
Taylor County's offense
and defense came up big
when it counted late in the
game, propelling the TCHS
Bulldogs to a 28-20 victory
over Suwannee County
in the first of two straight
"Battle of the Bulldogs."
Despite losing leader
rusher senior Jake Smyrnios
(10 carries, 67 yards) in the


first half, the Taylor offense
put together three straight
impressive drives scoring
twice and missing a field
goal on the other in the
second half to turn a 20-14
deficit into a 28-20 victory.
Perry's "Brick Squad"


Darton's head coach Ken
Veilands has been in region
title games 12 times before,
in five of which he walked
away with Region XVII
championship trophies.
But none of them
compared to what his
Lady Cavs did Saturday
afternoon when they
stunned undefeated Georgia
Perimeter with a 4-0
victory in the Region XVII
Championship Game.
"It's like watching your
own children grow up
before your own eyes,"
Veilands said.
"I believe anything can
happen. I still believe
the best is yet to come. I
think that we can do some
things," Veilands said. "I
told the girls that our goal
was to climb the ladder. We
wanted to get South Georgia
back, get Georgia Perimeter
back and then get Brevard
back."
Brevard is currently
ranked #1 in the country
and beat Darton in a closely
contested match 2-0 earlier
this year.
After starting off the
season 4-5 with a young
inexperienced team, Darton
(13-5) has reeled off nine
straight wins. Their last win
punched their ticket to the
national tournament for the
second straight year. This
year's national tournament
will be played in Melbourne,
Nov. 12-17.
Going into the Region
XVII Tournament
Championship Game on
Saturday Georgia Perimeter
was ranked #10 in the
country, undefeated (16-0)
and had beaten Darton twice
during the regular season,
but Saturday's victory was
one that Veilands sensed
from the moment his team
stepped on the field.
"They convinced me that
they wanted to win, and
they were willing to pay the
price," Veilands said. "With
that ... you can't go wrong.
We have 21 girls on that
sideline who are ready to go
to war and battle, and they
did."
In the semi-final game
on Friday the Lady Cavs
avenged their season
opening loss to South
Georgia with a 3-1 victory.
Taylor County's Savannah
Cantrell scored Darton's
first goal of that game with
a perfectly placed pass from


defense turned in four
straight stops to. seal the
win, including a huge
interception by Luke
Kallschmidt, a key 4th and
I tackle for loss by Javolis
McNeal, and another 4th
and I tackle for loss by Tyler
Evans and Darick Ward.
Then, protecting a 28-
20 lead with under 1
minute remaining in the


game. Taylor's ..k ki .c
hunkered down and stopped
Suwannee three straight
times inside Perry's own 10-
yard line.
On 3rd and goal from the
9, Suwannee's QB Kyle
Stebbins fumbled when


teammate Shenika Williams
that Cantrell drove to the
far post 15 minutes into the
game. From there the Cavs
never looked back.
"It felt good breaking the
ice with the first goal of the
game against a competitive
and very physical South
Georgia team," said
Cantrell. "After that we
all kind of relaxed and just
played our game because
we knew our defense was
good enough to stop them."
"The Perimeter win was


noseguard Tyler Evans blew
ull the center, and Calub
Murphy recovered the loose
ball to seal the victory for
Taylor County.
"It is always great to beat
Suwannee, and winning
Homecoming is just the
icing on the cake," Head
Coach Ryan Smith said.
"This was a true team win,
with everyone contributing.
We had some young guys
who really stepped up for
us.
"I want to thank all of
our fans who came out and
supported us. It is awesome
for us to be able to give our
community a win over Live
Oak," Smith added.
"I was very proud of
our team Friday night. We
overcame some injuries,
distractions and the fact that
I was sick all week to win a
real battle. 1 was under the
weather all week and wish
1 had done a better job with
ourdefensive game plan,but
the kids and my assistants
really stepped up," TCHS
Defensive Coordinator
Beau Johnson said.
"After making some
adjustments, I felt like we
played hard and made some
plays in the second half. The
two stops we had on 4th and
inches, as well as the two
turnovers we caused were
huge," Johnson said.
"Defensively, our players
and coaches did a good


huge. We had struggled all
year against them. We knew
we could beat them, we just
had to go out and execute,
and we did. You could see
the disbelief in their eyes
after we got tip 3-0.
"I'm off to national's for
my second year in a row
and it's exciting to be a part
of a team that has worked
hard and come so far since
the beginning of the season.
Maybe this time we can
come back with a national
title."


Taylor County running back Art Nelson (9) runs for daylight during
Friday's game against Suwannee. The sophomore carried the ball 16 times
for 67 yards and one touchdown.


job handling halftime
adjustments. I also think the
offensive players and staff
did a great job. Anytime we
can beat Suwannee makes
for a good Friday night!
Going out as winners in
their last game at Dorsett
Stadium was important to
our seniors. Now we need
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to get our seniors into the
playoffs like they deserve.
I want more than anything
to see our seniors make
the playoffs four straight
years," Johnson added.
"A win this Friday night
against (District 1-4A)
Marianna would mean these
seniors can do something


Former Taylor County HighSchool soccer player
Savannah Cantrell advanced to the national
tournament with her Darton College teammates
for the second consecutive year.


YARDSTICK
Taylor Co. Stats Suwannee Co,
20 First Dovvns 1i.
35/199 Rushing Yards 49/196
10.,23/1 Comp .'PassesInt 71 ,1
163 Pass Yards 85
362 Tolal Offense 281
2138 Punts/Avg 3/34
2'2 Fumblesi'Lost 3
11/130 PenaltiesiYds. 5/43



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that has never been
accomplished in the history
of TCHS four straight
playoff appearances," said
Smith. "That is something
special and will be a legacy
that no one can ever take
away from this team."
Smith praised the play of
sophomore running back
Art Nelson and sophomore
receiver Jalan Oliver.
Nelson stepped in when
Smyrnios suffered a leg
injury and had a career-high
16 carries for 67 yards, as
well as scoring the game-
clinching touchdown early
in the 4th quarter.
In his first action since
moving up from JV, Oliver
caught two key passes in
crucial situations.
Despite struggling some
in the passing game, QB
Daniel Wentworth (10 of
23 passing for 163 yards, 1
TD, 1 interception) was the
difference running the ball,
scoring two touchdowns
and throwing for another,
finishing with 9 rushes for
67 yards and 2 TDs.
The Bulldogs had 362
yards of total offense spread
out among seven different
Please see page 9


Cantrell, Darton win region,


advance to national tourney


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Religion


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Want to know about Teen Challenge?


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SChallenge Women's Program this Sunday, Nov. 4, during Christian education, classes, sound structure and discipline
,I the I a. m. worship hour. as well as work-related skills.
Designed to assist adult women age 18 and older with Pastor David Stephens invites the community to learr
substance abuse problems (and other life-controlling more about this successful program during Sunday's
issues Teen ChallenCenge is a residential, faith-based program services.


ft fl aEpiscopal Women bring the kitchen to you!


Churches plan hayrides,

chili competitions today
New Home Baptist Church will hold a Fall Festival
today from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. for children through grade
five. A hayride is planned, along with a bounce house
and'slide, as well as games. Food, fun and fellowship are
promised.
Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship will present its Fall
Festival on Wednesday. Oct 31, from 5-8 p .m. The church
promises fun activities for all ages, plus a chili cook-off.
The Fall Festival at San Pedro Baptist Church will
feature a hayride, games, chili cook-off, other snacks and
lots of fun. It begins today at 6 p.m.
Faith Baptist Church will have a special celebration
today, Oct. 31, from 6:30-8 p.m. for kids from grades K- 12.
At 6:30 p.m., there will be games, activities and free candy.
At 7 p.m., there will be a power point presentation by
Dustin Logan "revealing the truth about Halloween."
Bus transportation is available: please call 584-2980 to
arrange for pick -up. All school-age kids are welcome.
A regular Wednesday night service will be held for
adults, beginning at 7 p.m.


Nov. 1-3 camp meet

features 3 speakers


Featuring a different
speaker each night,
Lighthouse Revival Center,
located at 808 E. Granger
Dr., will hold a camp
meeting Nov. 1-3 with
services at 7 p.m. each day.
Thursday night's speaker
is Dennis Nobles.
Other speakers include
the Rev. Violet Dees Talogi
and the Rev. Greg Hester.
Everyone is invited to


Card of

Thanks
.Hunt
With much gratitude
and love, the family of
Betty Hunt wishes to thank
everyone for the many
expressions of concern
shown during her illness,
hospital stay and death. We
were blessed by the beautiful
flowers, the wonderful food,
the countless prayers, sweet
cards and comforting visits.
We offer special thanks
to Beggs Funeral Home, the
congregation of Westside
Baptist Church, the nurses
and doctors at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital and Big
Bend Hospice.
Our families join together
to extend heartfelt gratitude
for your acts of kindness
and love. We will never
forget the love you showed
during our time of sorrow.
Harold Jr. ("H"), Barb,
Jim'and Joe Hunt and
Families
Bodiford
The family of Doug
Anthony Bodiford would
like to express our very
sincere thank you to all the
friends and relatives that
came to us when we needed
you most. You opened your
arms and hearts to us in
prayers, words and deeds.
Everything you did helped
us and that is what Doug
would have wanted. We
want to express a respectful
thank you to the EMTs,
Perry Police Dept., Taylor
County Sheriff's Dept. and
the kind helpful service and
guidance of the people of
Burns Funeral Home.
May God bless you all,
Doug's mother, Geneva
Bodiford; his sister, Dena
Bodiford Black; his nephew
and niece, Christopher &
Natalie Wynn and Randy
Black


attend.
For
information,
850-223-2003.


Members of St. Margaret's Guild (the St. James Episcopal
Church women's group) will present their annual bake sale
on Saturday, Nov. 3, featuring "all sorts of baked goods and
confections, especially Joyce Arnold's famous divinity,"
said Rachel Spanjer, a spokesperson for the church and
guild.
New this year will be "beautifully hand-dipped and
decorated Truffles by Keysha. offered alongside a variety
of cakes, quick breads, candies and cookies--just in time for
your Thanksgiving dinner and holiday celebrations."

Turkey supper tickets?
First United Methodist Church is holding its annual
Turkey Supper on Thursday, Nov. 8, with serving beginning
at 5 p.m. For tickets ($10 each, or $4 for kids), please call
584-3028. Eat-in or take-out.
Need lunch on Saturday?
The ladies of St. Peter P.B. Church will sell dinners on
Saturday, Nov. 3. Please call 584-4346 or 584-5356 for
details. Fried chicken dinners will be offered along with
chitterlings and rice.

Revival underway now
Homecoming Revival services begin at Pisgah Baptist
Church tonight at 7 p.m. and continue through Nov. 4
featuring Preston Gainey. Everyone is invited to attend.

Call me today to hear about these optional features: New Car
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Eat-in or Take-out Available
Tickets are $10 for adults
and $4 for children
Everything is Homemade!
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Lighthouse

Revival Center
808 E. Granger Dr.

CAMP MEETING
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
November 1, 2 & 3, at 7 pm
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Effective Oct. 29, 2012,
and until further notice, the
Taylor County Veterans
Service Office will he open
on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Veterans Service Officer,
Joe Collins, can be reached
at (850) 838-3513 for
additional information.


Spanjer says all items are "made from scratch, from the
finest ingredients and most can be frozen for future use.
Come early for the best selection of goodies."
The sale is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. and continue
until 12 noon, in the parish hall located behind the church
at 1100 West Greet Street.
Plenty of parking is available in front, beside and in back
of the church "however, we ask that you do not drive on
the church lawn due to the recent installation of a sprinkler
system."


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NOTICE




Discounts will be allowed for early payment

2012 Schedule of Discounts:
4% November 1 thru November 30, 2012
3% December 1 thru December 31, 2012
2% January 1 thru January 31, 2013
1% February 1 thru February 28, 2013
Net tax is due in March 2013
Taxes will become delinquent on April 1, 2013
Unpaid Ad Valorem and Non Ad Valorem Tax will
be advertised in May 2013


The Property Tax Department is located on the
2nd floor of the Taylor County Courthouse and can
be contacted at (850) 838-3580


The Motor Vehicle Fish & Wildlife Department
is located on the 1 st floor of the Taylor County
Courthouse and can be contacted at (850) 838-3517


Office Hours Courthouse
8:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday


Full Service Branch Office located at 2275 U.S. 19 N.
Driversijcense Ofic
(Old Florida Highway Patrol Building)
Telephone (850) 584-2089
Office Hours
8:30 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
Monday through Friday


Tax information may be accessed through our
website: www.taylorcountytaxcollector.com


Jack Tedder
Taylor County Tax Collector


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Local bands Alibi (top photo) and Broken Trust
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Florida Forest Festival's live entertainment
Saturday afternoon.

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GENERAL ELECTION
Tuesday, November 6, 2012








The last date to request an absentee ballot
to be mailed for the General Election is
Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. 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.


www.sheriffbummywilliams.com
Early voting has begun.
L.E. .BUMMY" Please don't forget to vote.
Election Day is Tuesday,
W ILLIANov. 6, 2012.
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STAYLOR COUNTY you, please do not hesitate
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A-9 TaCO Times October 31,2012


'Dogs recover fumble on game's last play


BULLDOGS
Continued from page 6
skill players, including
receivers Moral Stephens (4
catches,48 yards), Jaymonte
McLeod (2 catches, 42
yards, 1 TD), sophomore
Jalan Oliver (2 catches, 46
yards) and Chance Rodgers
(2 catches, 27 yards).
The game was tight from
the beginning, as Smyrnios
lost a fumble on the first
play from scrimmage and
Suwannee converted the
turnover into points three
plays later when Suwannee
tailback Jai Kinsey ran in
untouched from 27 yards
out to give Suwannee a 6-0
lead (the PAT sailed wide
left).
Taylor's offense went
3-and-out, forcing a punt
that gave Suwannee the ball
on their own 15.
Live Oak's Bulldogs
scored again four plays later
on a 70-yard TD pass, but
the play was called back on
a penalty and Suwannee had
to punt two plays later.
Taylor got on the board on
their third drive, as Oliver's
first-ever varsity reception
was an awesome 37-yard
catch on a key 3rd and 7
pass that was perfectly
thrown down the sideline by
Wentworth.
That play sparked
Taylor's offense, as
Smyrnios ripped off a 13-


yard run and Nelson took an
option pitch for 9 down to
the Suwannee 15.
Wentworth ran the option
and kept the ball for a 14-
yard gain down to the I, and
threw a near-perfect fade
pass to Stephens who just
missed getting both feel in
bounds for a touchdown.
On 3rd and goal,
Wentworth called his own
number and took a QB
keeper into the endzone to
tie the score at 6-6. Evan
Ward's PAT gave Perry a 7-6
lead with 6:06 remaining in
the 1st quarter.
KeVarius Franklin,
Murphy and Ward stuffed
a run for no gain, Evan
Grambling and Javolis
McNeal combined for a big
tackle for loss on a screen
pass and Suwannee was
forced to punt.
Stephens, hauled in a
perfect post pass for a 43-
yard gain, but had the long
completion called back
for lining up off the line of
scrimmage.
McLeod caught a 33-yard
pass, but tripped and fell all
alone at the Suwannee 33,
and two penalties on TCHS
killed the drive.
After forcing a punt,
Taylor took the lead on their
next drive, as Smyrnios
busted through a big hole
for 15, Nelson ran for 15
more (but had it called back
on a holding penalty) and


Wentworth took a keeper
for 15 yards.
Rodgers caught an I1-
yard pass, Smyrnios ran
for 4, Stephens picked up
8 yards on a screen pass
and Wentworth took off
running when he couldn't
lind an open receiver and
punched it in from 8 yards
out.
Evan Ward's PAT gave
Perry a 14-6 lead with 8:57
left in the 2nd quarter.
Suwannee drove 78 yards
in 13 plays and scored on
a 3-yard run by Kinsey,
who also ran in a 2-point
conversion to tie the score
at 14-14.
The "Brick Squad"
defense had to come up
big just before the half.
as Wentworth was picked
off just two plays later and
Suwannee was threatening
to take the lead at Perry's
31-yard line.
Davis Helm made a big
tackle on Ist down and
again on Ist and goal from
the 8, before Javolis "Pooh
Bear" McNeal forced a
fumble at the goal line and
Johnny "Baby J" Anderson
recovered for Perry to save
a touchdown.
Smyrnios broke loose
for 19 yards on 1st down
and Nelson followed with
another 19-yard run with
time running out, but
Wentworth was hit and lost
a fumble on a scramble on


lhe linal play of the lirst
half.
Suwannce took the lead
on the opening drive of tlhe
second half, as Sthebbins
ran in from 8 yards out, but
Jermaine Walkins blocked
the PAl to keep the score
20-14.
Taylor answered right
back after a fantastic 32-
yard kickoff return by
Chance Rodgers put them in
good field position.
The go-ahead scoring
drive was keyed by Stephens
making a spectacular 24-
yard reception on a sideline
fade pass for a first down on
3rd and 10.
Nelson and the Taylor
County offensive line
(Chase Barger, Andrew
McBride, Jacob Thomas,
Derek Thompson and Jacob
Barr) took over from there,
as they pounded the ball
up the gut of the Suwannee
defense with four straight
runs for 11, 15, 6 and a
2-yard TD run with 5:14 left
in the 3rd quarter.
Ward's PAT gave Taylor a
21-20 lead with 5:14 left in
the 3rd quarter.
McNeal, Ethan Allbritton
and Anderson made a
key 1st down tackle, and
Kallschmidt picked off a
pass at midfield to give
Perry's offense the ball
back, and Wentworth
scrambled for 32 yards on
Ist down.


Chance "Woody"
Rodgers made an amazing
catch down the middle to
convert a 3rd and 14 into
a Ist and goal, but 'Taylor
couldn't punch it in and
Ward missed a 21-yard field
goal.
Johnson's "Brick Squad"
defense stoned Suwannee
on their next drive, as
defensive linemen Evans,
D. Ward and K: Franklin
stuffed the inside run and
McNeal sliced through on a
blitz to sack Stebbins for a
3-yard loss on 4th and I at
Suwannee's own 26-yard
line.
Oliver ran a great inside
slant route and made a
clutch catch on a 4th and
9 pass for a first down to
set up a 9-yard touchdown
pass to McLeod on a play
call that left him all alone
in the endzone for an easy
touchdown with 9:23 left in
the game.
Ward's PAT made the
final 28-20 and the Perry
defense closed out the game
strong with big plays down
the stretch.
Helm made a TD-saving
tackle, Kallschmidt made a
tackle for no gain, K-Frank
recorded a tackle for loss on
the elusive Kinsey, Shawn
Burney stopped a run for a
1-yard gain and on a critical
4th and 1 play Evans, Ward
and Murphy stepped up to
stuff a run for -1 yard.


Taylor's offense had to
punt with 2:01 left in the
game.
Suwannee drove down
inside the 10-yard line
before the Brick Squad
stepped up again with'.a
fumble recovery on the
final play of the game at
the 9-yard line that kept
Suwannee from scoring
what could have been the
game-tying touchdown.
Davis Helm led the
Taylor defense with a team-
high 10 solo tackles and 6
assists, while Calub Murphy
finished with 8 solo, 8 assists
and a fumble recovery.
Evan Grambling
(6 assists) and Luke
Kallschmidt each had 9 solo
tackles.
Evans had his best game
of the season with 6 solo
tackles, 6 assists and a
forced fumble, Javolis
McNeal recorded 5 solo
tackles, 3 assists, 1 forced
fumble and K-Frank had his
personal best game of the
year with 6 solo tackles and
two assists.
Rounding out the defense
were: Johnny Anderson
(3 solo, 2 assists, fumble
recovery), Darick Ward
(3 solo, 2 assists), Ethan
Allbritton (2 solo, 2 assists),
Marc Hamilton (2 solo, 1
assist), Jermaine Watkins
(1 solo, 1 assist, blocked
kick) and Shawn Burey (2
assists).


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A-10 Taco Times October 31, 2012


Festival filled with queens,


chainsaws and free catfish


FESTIVAL
Continued from page 1
game Friday evening, many
found time to stop over at
the Courthouse Square for
the festival's downtown
events.
The Strutt Your Mutt Dog
Parade featured canines
of all sizes, colors and
costumes, competing for a
variety of awards. Dogs and
owners strolled around the
courthouse to the enjoyment
of the crowd.
The Kids' Parade
blossomed this year,
including the most entries
in recent memory. Young
children came dressed as
pine trees, lumberjacks,
fairies, lady bugs, woodland
creatures and even Batman.
They rode in cardboard
log trucks and castles, pine
needle-adorned wagons
and a nearly life-size plane,
with a hand crank-powered
propeller.
So large was this year's
participation that the last
entrants had just finished
leaving the courthouse
parking lot when the first
arrived back at the starting
line.
"We were blown away by
the turnout for this year's
Kids' Parade," Taylor said.
"It's so great to see the time
and effort put into their
costumes and rides."
Following the children
were the classic cars in
the Gaslight Parade, the
vehicles honking and their
drivers shouting along the
way. The night closed with
a street dance on Main


Street featuring a live
performance from the local
band Southern Rain.
The festival renewed its
energy Saturday morning
with the King Tree Parade,
filled with visiting queens,
Shriners, log trucks, bands,
more than a few politicians
and even a mechanical
skunk.
Children of all ages lined
Jefferson Street, sitting in
chairs or on blankets and
truck tailgates. Passing
floats and individuals
handed out candy, the
Springtime Tallahassee
contingent tossed beads
and the Moonpie Princess
and her court offered their
namesake treats.
As for the awards,
Upward Basketball received
Most Photogenic, First
Methodist Church received
Most Humorous, the Girl
Scouts received Tree-riftic
and Taylor Gymnastics
received the Grand
Marshall's Award.
Then it was time to move
the procession to Forest
Capital State Park, for
the rest of the "big day's"
events.
Taylor County
Commission Chair Pat
Patterson offered the
invocation at 12 noon and
local singer Chelsea Parker
sang the national anthem
as the Taylor County High
School JROTC Color Guard
raised the flag.
As soon as the prayer
concluded, a multitude
of servers began offering
plates of fried catfish, baked
beans and hushpuppies for


the World's Largest Free
IFish Fry. Thousands stood
in line and the meal continue
for about two hours.
Around the park, guests
perused the arts and crafts
vendors, watched the
crosscut saw, chainsaw and
loader competitions, took in
a lumberjack show, grabbed
a quick meal from the food
vendors, looked at the
multitude of classic cars, or
simply sat under the pines
and listened to the music.
Headlining this year's
entertainment was The
Grapevine, featuring Taylor
County native Larry Lee,
who now resides in Georgia.
Playing a wide selection of
classic hits, the 10-member
band which consists of
business professionals and
a pair of retired generals,
energized the audience.
The music sparked
several festival-goers to
create an impromptu dance
floor in front of Heritage
Pavilion, culminating in
the band's second set when
they led a 50-person strong
"Love Train" through the
crowd.
"The Grapevine really
energized the crowd in a
way we haven't seen in
years." Taylor said. "We
had so many compliments
over their performances and
several have asked if we
could book them again for
next year.
Filling out the musical
line-up this year were local
bands Alibi and Broken
Trust, who brought the
57th annual Florida Forest
Festival to a rocking close.


Thousands of festival
guests took part in
the World's Largest
Free Fish Fry, shopped
Sat the arts and crafts
booths and some even
MI, took part in a "Love
Train" through the
crowd at Forest Capital
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B-2 TacoTimes October31,2012


Dear Editor:
If you receive a paycheck
you will be hit with a tax
increase starting Jan. 1.
Remember, a couple
of years or so ago, when
the president announced
a tax decrease for you?
No? Well, he did. The
amount deducted from your
paycheck for Social Security
payment was decreased by
two per cent. You might not
even have noticed it.
The president wasn't
authorized to decrease the
amount you paid into Social
Security, so the government
(that's you and me and
others) had to make up the
difference. The government
had to borrow money to fill
the gap. So, you see, you


were still paying that two
per cent in higher prices on
goods and services, as well
as through income tax.
If you earn $400 per
week, your Social Security
tax will increase by $8.
Not much. $32 per month,
$416 per year. This will
happen regardless of which
candidate is our president
next year so, if Romney
wins, don't blame it on
him.
And you'll still be paying
the interest on what the
government borrowed
to make up for what you
"saved," so that two per
cent "cut" the president
"gave" you will actually
cost you more, in time,
than you saved. That's


how government works.
Worse news: There will
be a great tax increase next
year for almost everyone.
The "Bush" tax cuts, which
benefitted middle-income
earners greatly, will expire
Dec. 31.
Congress may
temporarily extend them if
Romney wins, or President
Obama may let them expire
if he loses, but they must
be addressed soon. Mr.
Romney has proposed a
significant makeover of
the tax system, but there's
no way to predict exactly
what Congress will do. I'm
betting we'll get higher
taxes.
Merry Christmas!
Ray Evans


Letters to the Editor


Remembering Obama's promises


"BOOooooooo"


Dear Editor:
We are approaching an
election that may very well
shape our nation from this
point on. I'm not writing this
as a pro-Mitt Romney letter,
but rather a why would you
vote for Obama letter.
In 2008, then candidate
Obama made a bunch of
promises as all candidates
do. So let's look at one or
two and see how he did.
Obama promised
Obamacare, which he has
done. Here is the catch
for me, he also promised
transparency! He stood in
front of the tv cameras and
told the American people
that the entire negotiations
for his health care plan


'Compare
Dear Editor:
To fellow citizens of
Taylor County who believe
that marriage is between
one man and one woman,
and that life, including
that of unborn children, is
precious.
If you are uncertain
about who supports your
position, I pray that you will
compare the Republican and
Democrat party platforms,
and seek God's counsel as
you decide which one is
most closely aligned with
right and wrong.
One platform strongly
supports one-man one-
woman "traditional"
marriage and takes a strong
stand against abortion. The
other, without any doubt,
boldly promotes same
sex marriage, and taking
the life of children during
any stage of pregnancy
from conception up to and
including late term. Both
of these issues stand in stark
contrast to one of God's
intentions for man and
woman when he said, "Be
fruitful and multiply."
More than 25 years


would take place on
C-SPAN so the American
people would know every
step and nothing would be
hidden.
Did that happen? No, it
didn't. The CEO of C-SPAN
even requested several times
to have cameras present and
the Obama administration
denied the request. Even
the people that had to vote
on it weren't given time to
read it. Does that not bother
you?
How about this promise,
that if his stimulas plan
was passed, unemployment
would be at 5.4 percent.
How did that one work out?
One more item to think
over. A few months ago,


the party
ago, Dr. E. V. Hill said
in a sermon once, "The
foundation is crumbling." 1
wonder what he might say if
he were alive today. Within
the past three and one-half
years, we have witnessed
our government's refusal
to enforce laws, challenge
to the constitution and
unbelievably misrepresent
the truth.
If Dr. Hill lived today,
he would probably be
arrested or at least publicly
destroyed by the same type
people who tried to destroy
Justice Clarence Thomas
and did destroy Presidential


Obama was caught on an
open mic telling the Russian
leader to wait until after the
election and he would have
more flexibility. What?
Let me translate that. He
is saying, if 1 do what I'm
planning to do now, people
that support me now won't
vote for me in November.
Think about that real hard
when you go to the polls. He
has plans that he knows you
won't like, so he's saving
them for after he doesn't
have to worry about getting
your vote again.
If you know that and still
vote for him, our country's
future is bleak.
Thank you.
Steve Johnson


platforms'
Candidate Herman Cain
politically.
When you have
opportunity, please pray
that all people of this great
nation, especially voting
citizens, will educate
themselves on long-lasting
values which preserve
democracy for us now and
all future generations of
United States of America
citizens. Pray that those
voting during this Nov. 6
election cycle will exercise
good judgment with sound
principles, not failed and
ungodly policies.
Mary Jo Stanaland


Where did we go wrong?


Dear Editor:
Where did we go wrong?
For the most part, the
question should really be,
where did they go wrong?
Come November, we
will be at a turning point
for our country, as well as
a time to change things in
Washington and hopefully
get them back to a status we
can be proud of once again.
We need to turn things


around and get to the basics,
for God, country and fellow
mankind.
We need to start by trying
to put things back together
and save the American
way of life, not only for
us, but for our children and
grandchildren.
I don't believe that the
present administration
"*' Please see page 5


President

Obama's

'mother of

all lies'
Dear Editor:
How can the president
lie with a straight face?
Apparently very easily.
He must think we're
stupid. Here are some of the
lies this administration tells
about the economy. See if
they are believable to you?
Our president musl believe
we are gullible or stupid,
otherwise he would be more
truthful. In fairness, giving
him the benefit of doubt,
he has nothing truthful to
run on. If that is so he is
worse than a mere failure.
Regardless his lies continue.
Obama's MOL (mother of
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Midweek Muddle


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time somebody stops me a
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last week that 1 didn't kno
Really. Was there?
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are referencing.
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elevated sarcasm to an ar
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memories. Always in prof
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classroom and perhaps a
of the solar system too. M
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reactions and reached \
toward her hairline when
provoked.
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above, infuriated this
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although, at the time
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correct standards of the (
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thoroughly and enthusiast
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there are no printed diction
this country so that hapless;
children can look up inti
words, such as the one y
asked me about.
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otherwise healthy studei
their teacher to answer a q
because they are too li
to move three steps to
reference book which might
them.
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and watch people chase a
on a grass field, or circle
the Dairy Queen until m
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from their desks to lool
word that would enlanc
vocabulary and possibly i
their lives.
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probability that many
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lives, simply consuming
that other, more ambitious
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she would immediately
out the word again, spell
the class, use it in a sentei
maybe even a paragraph
she would look intently
questioner and everybody


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By SUSAN H. LINCOLN

ly every class. You could hear a pin drop.
and says, "Does anybody else have any
Column questions?"
iw." No one did, of course.
Even so, she wasn't through.
mean?" "That word will be on Friday's test
ponder so make sure you can spell it and
ely even use it in the proper context. In
ea which fact, we might just write an essay
mn, they on it. What's its derivation? Why
are good words disappearing from
elly-my the vernacular?"
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upon a were assured of seeing it again on
ol of her a test.
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eyebrows "Don't ask me again. Remember,
normal life moves fast. If you want to be
violently successful, learn to keep up. We're
she was here to learn. If that's not your
mission, then you are excused
the one from this class and don't come
teacher, back."
each for She meant it; we knew she did.
ted her I lived with a healthy fear of this
respect, woman during my years under her
retaining tutelage, and decades later, I give
e, was her a great deal of the credit for
the small level of success I have
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day, she She really prepared students for
estioner college, instead of pushing them
ically. in that direction. Her demeanor
shame was neither politically correct,
varies in nor particularly compassionate,
s school but she would probably say, "This
resting isn't church, it's school."
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knew that sleeping through French
g when class was a calculated risk you
nts ask could take, but you'd better be on
questionn your toes when you landed in Mrs.
lethargic Kelly's class.
ward a So when a friend asked me what
it assist "erudite" meant, I almost went off
on him-suggesting that he do
at these more than consume oxygen which
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Auction. Saturday, Nov. 10, at 10
a.m. (note date change). Auction
House/Madison, 1693 SW
Moseley Hall Rd., Madison, (850)
973-1444. We are back. New time.
We will be selling new and used
items such as small and large
power tools, yard equipment,
Christmas decor and heaters. We
will also have a hauler here.
AU691 Ron Cox, AB2490.
10/31 -11/2, PS




Huge Yard Sale. Nov. 1, 2 and 3
from 8 a.m. until, 671 Charles
Hendry Rd. Big variety of
Christmas decorations, furniture,
tools, plants, new and used
clothes and much more.
10/31 -11/02


WaANTED

GOOD
WOMAN

Must Be Able To
Clean, Cook, Sew,
Change Oil and
Rotate Tires.

Must Have
Truck and
Trailer

PLEASE SEND
PICTURE OF
TRUCK AND
TRAILER

671 Charles Hendry Rd.
or call Cliff at 843-1858

2 Family Yard Sale. Inside
Andrews Drug Store, 1707 South
Jefferson Street, Friday, Nov. 2, 9
a.m. until 3 p.m. and Saturday,
Nov. 3, 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Glass
blocks, old bottles, Gator Coke 6
packs, cards, angels, 3 for $1
items, Christmas items, perfumes,
costume jewelry, glassware,
Rockwell plates, household items,
clothes, glass display cabinets
$150 and much more.
10/31 11/02




Adult tricycle, excellent condition
$50. Futon couch, like new asking
$50. Call 584-4953
10/31 11/2

For sale. 12' utility trailer, good
condition $625. Call (850) 672-
0536.
10/17- 11/09

For sale. 2003, 25' Coachman
travel trailer, good condition
$6,000. Call Jerry Snipes (850)
371-1483 or Sherry (850) 371-
1642.
10/17- 10/31


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


Baby mini pigs for sale. Very small,
pretty colors, makes excellent pet.
$300-$325 pickup or delivery.
They will be ready Nov. 1. Call
(850) 348-9928.
10/24- 11/02

Chihuahua puppies, newly born,
$100. Call 838-6746.
10/24
BW




Longhorn calves. 400 plus
pounds, buy 1 or all. 4 bulls, 1
heifer. Call Tony (850) 672-0826.
10/26- 10/31


ONLY $284.42 PER MONTH
a new 2/2 home on your lot, only
$500 down. This is a purchase,
W.A.C. Call to see (352) 621-
9181.
10/10- 11/02, TMHC

YES!
New 3/2 Jacobsen home, 5 yr.
warranty. $2,650 down, only
$297.44/mo. fixed rate! W.A.C.
Come & view (352) 621-9182.
10/10- 11/02, TMHC

It's cheaper to shop in Chiefiand.
For the lowest prices on Jacobsen
manufactured homes, All lot
models being sold at invoice
prices. Call (352) 493-9600.
10/10- 11/02, TMHC

"WOW"... Lowest prices in Tri
County area for Jacobsen
manufactured homes. 16 models
to choose from. Liquidating all
2012 models, must make room for
the 2013's. Huge Blow-Out Sale!!
Call (352) 493-9600.
10/10- 11/02, TMHC




Trailer for rent near Hampton
Springs Park. $400 monthly,
includes all utilities and free
laundry. Good for one person. Call
843-1494.
10/26- 11/07

2 bedroom, 1 bath for rent. $425
monthly, good quiet
neighborhood. Call 843-5220 after
2 p.m. or 584-9121.
10/26- 10/31

1 bedroom apartment, fully
furnished. Includes water, electric,
garbage, sewer and cable TV. No
smoking, no pets, $155 weekly,
$200 deposit. Call (850) 363-
8196.
10/19- 11/14

House for rent. 3 bedroom (huge
master), 1 bath (updated bath and
kitchen) all electric. Country living
just minutes from town. Possible
use of 9 acres (ponds). $695
monthly, first and last, no pets, no
kids. Call 838-5297.
10/24- 11/02

House in town. 3 bedroom, 1 1/2
baths. No pets, no smoking.
Background check required. $550
per month rent, $550 security
deposit. Call 584-6140.
10/19- 10/31

1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
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

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

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

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

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.
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ANYTHING ELSE OF VALUE


Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2,
and 3 BR HC and Non-HC
accessible apartments. HUD
vouchers considered. Call 850-
584-5668. 709 W. Church St.,
Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711. "This
institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
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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

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.
LS, fn

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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3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, wood frame
home for sale. In city limits, near
Jefferson Street, $38,000. Call Jim
(850) 295-1489. Owner financing
with 50% down.
10/26 11/02

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) 672-0536.
10/17- 11/16

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
BCFCU, 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.
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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!!
HT, tfn


2001 SILVERADO CHEVROLET.
Regular cab, 2 WD, 8 cyl., auto,
74,000 miles, great condition,
$7,000. Call 838-7554 or 843-
1268.
2003 GRAND MARQUEE. 42,000
miles, 4 door, auto, great
condition, $7,000, Call 838-7554
or 843-1268.
10/31 11/02


Advertise in the Taco
Times.
Call 584-5513


1995 Ford Thunderbird for sale.
$700 or OBO, (850) 843-1494.
10/31 11/09


Fun! Reps Needed!
Supplementary with bonuses and
travel opportunities. Work with
foreign exchange students and
American host families. Must love
teens and embrace diversity.
Flexible hours, work at home, P/T.
Will train. Non-profit. Call toll free
1-800-473-0696 or email
Joan@asse.com
10/31 11-02

Local Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill a
Maintenance/Facility Support
position. The ideal candidate
would have general
construction/carpentry ability,
preferably with their own tools. The
candidate should have above
average math and communication
proficiencies to facilitate grooming
for specialized capabilities. A
general understanding or
capabilities with compressed air
and electrical systems would be a
plus. We offer a competitive wage
and benefit package. EOE. For
confidential consideration, send
resume electronically to
ssims@bulovatech.com or to
Bulova Ordnance, LLC, 125 SE
Swisher Road, Mayo, FL 32066.
10/31 11/09, BO

UMI is hiring pipe welders,
pipefitters ironworkers and
millwrights.
22.00 per hr + 7.00 per hr perdiem
Project scheduled 6-10 hr days
and will go to 7-12 hr days after
Thanksgiving.
Project is located in Cummings,
Ga. Please contact Jessica at
(706) 297-0087, fax resume to
(706) 297-0088 or email
jessica@bellsouth.net.
10/31 11/09

Dental Hygienist: Golden
Opportunity! Full-time, Part-time,
Fill-in, we have a great opportunity
waiting for you! An immediate
opening has just come up! That's
great news in this job market! If
you have a friendly can-do
attitude, a gentle touch, a great
work ethic, you are organized and
self-motivated with a good sense
of humor, then you should apply.
Call (888) 486-2408 to hear a
message with more details about
the position and instructions on
how to apply for this position in
Madison, FL. Great benefits!
10/26- 11/21

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.
TCBCC
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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.




Small ads...big deals!


Goodwill Industries is looking for a
Donation Attendant/Processor to
work PT 20-30 hours. Must be
able to work Saturdays and
Holidays. Apply in person at 2054
S. Jefferson Street.
10/19 11/07, GWI

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, P.O. Box
923, Perry, FL 32348.
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Plaintiff,
vs.
LISA S. HAUSER, et, al
Defendant (s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered on June 13,
2012, In Case No. 10-757-CA of
the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit for Taylor County,
Florida, in which Arch Bay
Holdings, LLC-Serles 2010B, Is
Plaintiff, and Lisa Hauser, Michael
Hauser, et al,, are Defendants, I
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, in the lobby of
the Taylor County Courthouse,
108 North Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida, 32347, at 11:00 a.m. or as'
soon thereafter as the sale may
proceed, on the 20th day of
November, 2012, the following
described real property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to
wit:
COMMENCE AT THE POINT OF
INTERSECTION OF THE EAST LINE
OF THE SE1/4 OF SECTION 27,
TOWNSHIP 3, SOUTH, RANGE 7
EAST AND THE SOUTH R/W LINE
OF COUNTY ROAD AS THE POINT
OF BEGINNING AND RUN N 69
DEGREES 49 MINUTES 10
SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID
R/W LINE, 226.32 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 86 DEGREES 53
MINUTES 13 SECONDS W ALONG
SAID R/W LINE 51.82 FEET; THENCE
RUN SOUTH PARALLEL TO THE
EAST LINE OF SAID SE1/4 OF
SW1 /4 366.56 FEET TO THE CENTER
OF ROCKY CREEK; THENCE RUN
EASTERLY ALONG THE CENTER OF
ROCKY CREEKK TO THE EAST LINE
OF SAID SE1/4 OF SW1/4; THENCE
RUN NORTH, ALONG SAID FORTY
LINE (BEARING BASE) 248.83 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SAID PARCEL CONTAINS 2.0
ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AND IS
LOCATED IN THE SE1/4 OF SW1/4
OF SECTION 27 TOWNSHIP 3,
SOUTH, RANGE 7, EAST, TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Any person or entity claiming an
interest in the surplus, if any,
resulting from the foreclosure
sale, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis
Pendens, must file a claim on the
same with the Clerk of Court
within 60 days after the
foreclosure sale.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING YOU ARE ENTITLED,
AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE
PROVISION OF CERTAIN
ASSISTANCE. PERSONS WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEED ANY
ACCOMMODATION TO
PARTICIPATE SHOULD CALL THE
ADA COORDINATOR,
JACQUETTA BRADLEY, P.O. 1569,
LAKE CITY, FL 32056, 386-719-
7428, WITHIN SEVEN (7) WORKING
DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS
NOTICE; IF YOU ARE HEARING
IMPAIRED CALL (800) 955-8771; IF
YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
(800) 955-8770.
Dated this 23 day of October,
2012.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Courts
By: Marti Lee DC
As Deputy Clerk
To be published in the Taco Times
and the Perry News Herald
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
LEAH H. MAYERSOHN, ESQ.
Mayersohn, May, PLLC
101 NE. 3rd Avenue, Suite 1250
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(954) 400-5000/(954) 713-0702 fax


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST
COMPANY,
Case No. 08-535-CA
Plaintiff.
v.
JULIE VILLA, UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF JULIE VILLA, JOHN DOE AND
MARY DOE, STEINHATCHEE
LANDING OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., DENIS ORT,
Defendant(s),
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45
Notice is given that pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated July 11, 2012, entered in
Case No. 2008-535-CA pending
in the Third Judicial Circuit Court
in and for Taylor County, Florida,
in which Branch Banking and
Trust Company Is the Plaintiff and
Julle Villa, Unknown Spouse of
Julle Villa, Stelnhatchee Landing
Ownerss Association. Inc. and
Denis Ort are the Defendants, I
will sell to the Ilighest and best
bidder on the steps of the Taylor
County Judicial Center, 108 N.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida at
11:00 A.M. on Nov. 27, 2012, the
following described property set
forth in said Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure:
See attached Exhibit A
Dated this 23 day of October,
2012,
Arnie Mae Murphy


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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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JM Handyman Home Repairs,
LLC Pressure washing, painting,
concrete, wood decks, Ceramic
tile, laminate wood available,
Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak
Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-2270.
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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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cum
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 convene at 10:00 am
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 in
the 3rd floor courtroom, in the
Taylor County Courthouse, The
Canvassing Board will meet to
canvass the absentee ballots
cast during the General Election
and to receive queries from the
public, The Taylor County
Canvassing Board will
reconvene at 10:30 am on
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
in the 2nd floor courtroom, in the
Taylor County Courthouse to
begin canvassing the provisional
ballots cast during the General
Election,
In accordance with The Sunshine
Law of Florida, all Canvassing
Board meetings are open to the
public.
Note: Persons are advised that If
they wish to appeal any decision
made at this meeting, they will
need a record of the
proceedings and for such
purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based per
Section 286.0105, Florida
Statutes.
Dana Southerland
Supervisor of Elections
laylor County


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC-SERIES
2010B,
Case No. 10-757CA


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B-5 Taco Times October 31, 2012


Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Maiti Lee DC
Deputy Clerk
CC: Mark Schellhase, Esquire
GRAY ROBINSON, P.A.
201 N, Franklin Street
Suite 2200
Post Office Box 3324 (33601)
lampa, Florida 33602
(813) 273-5000
(813) 273-5145
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Exhibit A
The West One Half of Lot 2, Block
G of STEINHA1CIEE LANDING
RESORT, 2004 EXPANSION,
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 1, Pages
195-A through 195-F, Public
Records of Taylor County, Florida,
All of Lot 2, Block G,
STEINHATCHEE LANDING, 2004
EXPANSION, according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 1, pages 195-A through 195-
F, Public Records of Taylor
County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest
corner of Lot 14, Block 1,
STEINHATCHEE SUBDIVISION as
recorded in Plat Book 1, page 26,
Public Records 6f Taylor County,
Florida; thence run North 00
degrees 28 minutes 02 seconds
East, a distance of 40.61 feet to
the Southerly right of way line of
Ryland Circle; thence run South
66 degrees\ 17 minutes 30
seconds West along said right of
way line a distance of 1,00 feet
to a point of a curve having a
radius of 67.27 feet: thence run
along the arc of said curve an
arc distance of 33.39 feet,
through a central angle of 28
degrees 26 minutes 34 seconds,
(chord bearing and distance of
South 80 degrees 30 minutes 47
seconds West, 33.05 feet);
thence continue along said right
of way line North 85 degrees 15
minutes 56 seconds West, a
distance of 109.09 feet to a point
of a curve to the South, having a
radius of 475.33 feet; thence run
aloqg the arc of said curve an
arc distance of 38.37 feet,
through a central angle of 4
degrees 37 minutes 31
seconds(chord bearing and
distance of North 87 degrees 34
minutes 42 seconds West, 38.36
feet) to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence from said
POINT OF BEGINNING continue
along said right of way line along
curve concave to the North,
having a radius of 165.12 feet,
thence run along the arc of said
curve an arc distance of 61.44
feet, through a central angle of
21 degrees 19 minutes 08


m^ml
seconds, (chord bearing and
distance of North 79 degrees 15
minutes 49 seconds West, 61.08
feet) thence leaving said rightl of
way line run South 00I degrees 100
minutes 59 seconds Wost, (I
distance of 125.60 ftool to the
North right of way lino of I itl
Avenue; thonce lun Soiulh 89
degrees 51 minutes 09 seconds
East, along said Norlh righl of
way line, a distance of 60,03 looeI;
thence run North 00 degroos 09
minutes 32 seconds East, a
distance of 114.38 leet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO RITA
KATE RUSSELL UNLESS PAYMENT IS
MADE ON 1987 NISS P/U
VIN#1N6ND11Y3HC319274.
VEHICLE WILL BE AUCTION ON
THE 14TH OF NOVEMBER AT 9:00
A.M. AT LARRY'S TOWING.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC,
CASE NO.: 62 2010 CA 000522
Plaintiff, SEC,:
v.
JACKIE SUE MEADE F/K/A JACKIE
SUE NORMAN: CHARLES T.
NORMAN; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS: AND TENANT 1
N/K/A CHARLES NORMAN JR,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order on Plaintiff's
Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
dated Oct. 19, 2012, entered in
Civil Case No. 62 2010 CA 000522
of the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit In and for Taylor
County, Florida, wherein the
Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell
to the highest bidder for cash on
22nd day of Jan., 2013, at 11:00
a.m. at the West door of the
Taylor County Courthouse, 108
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida
32347, relative to the following
described property as set forth in
the Final Judgment, to wit:
LOTS 1 AND 2 OF BLOCI 2 OF
EAST POINT SUBDIVISION, UNIT
NO. 1, ACCORDING TO THE MAP
OR PLAT OF SAID EAST POINT


SUBDIVISION, UNIT NO. 1 ON FILE
IN 1TIe OFFICE OF 1IlE CLERK OF
TIlE CIRCUIII COURT 01 TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PLA1 BOOK
1, PAGE 97,
Al SO:
O()MMIN('I Al 1111 SOUIIIIIASI
CORNER 01 1111. SOUTIIEASI
QUARII-R Ol NOR1IlWSFS[
QUARIER 01 SECIION 19,
IOWNSIIII' 4 SOUIII, RANGE 8
FASI AND) RUN NOR111 00
DEGREES 04 MINUTES EAS1
ALONG IItE FORTY LINE 1298.4
FEEI O 11IE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF STATE ROAD #361;
THENCE RUN SOUTI 89 DEGREES
59 MINUTES WEST ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE 708.85 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES
01 MINUTES EAST 150.0 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING ALSO
BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF LOT 2 OF BLOCK 2 OF THE EAT
POINT SUBDIVISION AS
RECORDED IN THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA; THENCE FROM SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 01 MINUTES
EAST 250.0 FEET; TIENCE RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 59 MINUTES
EAST 431,2 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 31 DEGREES 06 MINUTES
WEST 291.91 FEET TO THIE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 1 OF
BLOCK 2 OF SAID SUBDIVISION;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
59 MINUTES WEST ALONG THE
SOUTH BOUNDARIES OF SAID
LOTS 1 AND 2, 280.49 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. SAID
PARCEL IS LOCATED IN THE
SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,
RANGE 8 EAST, TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest
In the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the Lls Pendens
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
ATTENTION: PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance.
Please contact:
ADA Coordinator
173 NE Hernando Avenue, Room
408
Lake City, FL 32055
Phone: (386) 719-7428
DATED AT PERRY FLORIDA THIS 23
DAY OF OCTOBER, 2012
MARTI LEE DC


mi
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
CLERK OF TIlE CIRCUII COURT
IAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
Iho above Is lo be published in:
tho 'Pony Nows Ierald, PO Box
88B, I'orly, I L 32348
Coples To:
MORRIS\ IARDWICK\SC1I INIDER,
LLC
A11O0RNEYS FOR P1tAINiI-F,
9409 PIIILADI:LPIIIA ROAD,
BALIIMORE, MD 21237
CHARLES I. NORMAN, 1363
PINECREST STREET, PERRY, FL 32347
CIIARLES T. NORMAN, 5021
BRYANT RUSSELL ROAD, PERRY, FL
32347
JACKIE SUE MEADE F/K/A JACKIE
SUE NORMAN, LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS 1363 PINECREST STREET,
PERRY, FL 32347
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. AS
NOMINEE FOR FIRST BANK D/B/A
FIRST BANK MORTGAGE, C/O
ELECTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS, LLC,
REGISTERED AGENT, 3300
SOUTHWEST 34TH AVENUE, SUITE
101, OCALA, FL 34474 TENANT 1,
N/K/A CHARLES NORMAN JR.,
1363 PINECREST STREET, PERRY, FL
32347


Pursuant to Section 2.13(B) of the
City Charter of the City of Perry,
Florida, notice is hereby given
that the City Council had
Introduction and First Reading on
Ordinance No. 915 on October
23, 2012 in the City Council
Chambers, 224 S. Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida. A Public
Hearing and Final Reading on
Ordinance No. 915 is scheduled
for November 13, 2012 in the City
Council Regular Meeting,
Council Room 224 S. Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida at 5:30 p. m.
or as soon thereafter as possible.
Any Interested persons may
appear and be heard on the
aforementioned public hearing
date. Notice is also given,
pursuant to Florida Statutes
286.0105 that any person
deciding to appeal any decision
of the City Council with respect
to any matter considered at the
meeting will need a record of
that meeting and may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made; which
record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
ORDINANCE NO. 915
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING
THE CONVEYANCE OF PUBLIC
LAND, PROVIDING COVENANTS,
CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS


FOR ITHE USE OF PUBLIC LAND,
AND PROVIDING FOR PERPETUAL
EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES, AND
PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of said Ordinance No.
915 may be inspected at the
Administration Office of City Hall,
224 S. Jefferson Stree, Perry,
I lorida between Ihe hours of 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday thru
Friday.
Robert A, Brown, Jr.
City Manager
Daryll Gunter
Mayor

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION CASE # 12-
430-CP
IN RE: The Estate of
SARAH L. BABCOCK
Decedent.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
The administration of the estate
of SARAH L. BABCOCK.,
deceased, whose date of death
was February 7, 2012, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is P. O. Box
620, Perry, FL 32348. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
courl WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME -PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice to Creditors is October 31,
2012.
Personal Representative;


JERALD BABCOCK
172 Pruitt Dr. Perry, FL 32347
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Angela M. Ball, Attorney at Law
615 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
FL BAR 0796557
(850) 584-8960
FAX (850) 584-7907
aball law@hotmail.com
Dates Published: 10/31/12 and
11/7/12

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant
to Section 2.13 of the City
Charter of the City of Perry,
Florida, that Ordinance No. 912,
Ordinance No. 913 and
Ordinance No. 914 were
ADOPTED by the City Council on
October 23, 2012.
ORDINANCE NO. 912
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE
REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, Z
12-05, BY THE PROPERTY OWNER
OF SAID ACREAGE; AMENDING
THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF
THE CITY OF PERRY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS;
PROVIDING FOR REZONING
FROM COMMERCIAL,
NEIGHBORHOOD (CN) TO
RESIDENTIAL OFFICE (RO) OF
CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF PERRY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 913
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, ADOPTED BY
ORDINANCE NO. 991, AS
SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED;
AMENDING AND RESTATING THE
CITY OF PERRY MUNICIPAL
POLICE OFFICERS RETIREMENT
TRUST FUND: AMENDING SECTION
7, PRE-RETIREMENT DEATH,
PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT HEREWITH AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 914
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING
THE CONVEYANCE OF PUBLIC
LAND, PROVIDING COVENANTS,
CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC LAND,
AND PROVIDING FOR PERPETUAL
EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES, AND
PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.,
City Manager
Daryll Gunter
Mayor


Letters to the Editor




'The solution is simple, vote them out of office'


WRONG
Continued from page 2
is concerned about our
welfare or well being or for
that matter I don't think that


Dear Editor:
Boy, oh boy Ms. Ferrell.
This liberal school system
has done a number on you!
Did our new government in
its infancy have faults? Yes!
Like all babies we pooed
our diapers and had to clean
it up.
Slavery, segregation and
the lack of women's rights
were wrongs that had to
be righted--cleaned up so
to speak. Have you seen
one slave owner lately?
Has anyone been refused a
service or any right (by law)
because of skin color? Do
you know any woman that
has been refused the right
to vote or anything else her
little heart desires because
of her gender?
Why, as it stands now she
can even murder her own
infant and the taxpayer will
pay for it! I for one think if
you can't control that piece
of equipment, save lives and
money--put it out of order!
Actually, it should be made
mandatory, with the first
government paid abortion,
that a woman have a tubal
ligation!
Any who, relax. Women's
rights aren't going to be
revoked any time soon.
Women can still cuss,
scratch, spit and chew just
like the men do. The people
who really need to be leery
of losing their freedoms are
the churches, Christians,
gun owners and white
American-born males.
Especially if they have blue
eyes. Go figure!
Apparently, you have
something stuck in your
craw about the "good old
days." What part of the
"good old days" do you
object to? Being proud
of our country, pledging
allegiance to our flag, being


they have the best interest
of the United States at
heart.
Where did our country go
wrong? I think for the most
part, we went wrong when


openly Christian (we are
being forced into the closet
btw), .marriage between
one man and one woman.
the Ten Commandments
on display, the church and
the pastors being respected
throughout our country and
being a viable part of our
communities, preachers
being invited to schools
for weekly assembly,
schools holding kids to high
standards and reinforcing
family values, teaching our
children to be responsible
citizens, how to set and
work towards goals and
stand on their own two feet,
and importantly, if you fail
don't blame everybody
else? Is this what you have
such disdain for?
Russian communist
Nakita Kruschev in a little
snit at the United Nations
year 1962 banged his shoe
on the podium and stated
"we will bury you (America)
without firing a single
shot!" Little did Americans
know the process (through
brainwashing propaganda
and infiltration) had already
begun. Well congrats
socialism, communism!
This is where progressivism
has gotten us. You movers
and shakers are right in lock
step with Obama, Reid,
Pelosi and the majority of
the Democratic Party and
Kruschev! Wonder if he is
enjoying this from his grave.
Bet he is having a hell of a
time. Do you suppose he
knows what trulh is now or
better yet, who truth is?
By the way, on
Amendment 8 regarding
religious freedom, Read
carefully. Get help to
understand. Consider
prayerfully. I'm voting no!
Ethelene Hudson
Whitbeck


we elected the wrong people
to run this country.
If we are honest with our
self. the alns\\cr should be
very evident, most of the
problems are the cultural
upheaval and radical
notions put into place over
the last four years.
The majority should rule,
but, some of our judges.
assisted by our politicians.
have made it illegal for
our schools. to post the Ten
Commandments or display


a nativity scene or quote the
Bible.
Polls show that between
85 to 90 percent of the
American people are
dissatisfied with the current
administration views and
policies pertaining to our
religious freedom, yet all
of the laws passed over the
years favor the 10 to 15
percent.
In the work place.
Muslims are allowed to
openly pray and read the


Koran, yet we can't even
have a Bible on our desk, or
openly talk about religion.
The majority of the
people in the United States
are not better off than they
were four or five years ago,
and we hear it every day. yet
our elected .officials keep
telling us that we are, but we
just don't know it.
There are some laws
being proposed at this
time, to take a percentage
of our retirement money


each month and send it to
shore up the government,
to include 401s. military
retirement pay and Social
Security and any other
money we set aside for our
future.
In 2014. those on
Medicare will see their
monthly payment double.
Are we going to stand by
and let this happen? The
solution is simple, vote
them out' of office.
Buzz Powers


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B-7 Taco Times October 31,2012


Discount vaccination clinic set for Saturday


Dear Editor:
Taylor County citizens
have been very supportive
of the animal discount
vaccination clinics,
which offer the public an
opportunity to have their cats
and dogs vaccinated at a cost
many families can afford.
It is sad to read in our local
paper of dogs, cats or people
who have come in contact


with an animal determined
to have rabies, and as a
result must have their pet
put to sleep or even more
concerning would be having
a child take the rabies series,
which may not be covered
by insurance. This has
happened in Taylor County
this year. Saturday, Nov.
3, will be the last animal
discount vaccination clinic


for 2012. No appointment
is necessary and the wait
is short. Both Dr. Owens
and Dr. Fletcher, along with
office staff, are available to
assist. The hours are from ()
a.m. until noon at the Perry
Connections parking lot.
In addition to the
vaccinations, micro chipping
is available. We read of
animals stolen or lost that


are returned to owners years
later as a result of the cat or
clog having a micro chip. The
insertion of the chip, which
is about the size of a grain of
rice, takes only a few seconds
and is relatively painless.
The $20 fee is about half of
what you may pay otherwise.
Also, if your pet is micro
chipped and animal control
picks it up, it can be returned


quickly and possibly with no
fees involved.
These clinics support the
efforts of Helping Hands of
the Shelter, Inc, a nonprofit
organization. Within the
next few months this group
will be assisting senior
citizens, veterans and certain
low-income families who
qualify with spay and neuter
fees. If you think you may


meet the qualifications for
assistance, an application
form can be obtained from
the animal shelter.
We encourage Taylor
County citizens to take
advantage of the clinic and
also get their pets spayed or
neutered.
Sincerely,
Helping Hands of the
Shelter Volunteers


'Throwing money at a problem doesn't solve it'


LIES
Continued from page 2
all lies) occurred last week,
a whopper even with his
record of untruthfulness.
Here's the president on the
campaign trail talking about
TARP.
"We got back every
dime we used to rescue the
financial system, but we also
passed a historic law to end
taxpayer-funded Wall Street
bailouts for good."
Every dime? 1 wish it
were true, but unfortunately
the taxpayer is still out of
pocket on the bailout of the
financial industry. Naturally,
Fannie Mae and Freddie
Mac lead the way. Together
they owe taxpayers $140
billion, actually more.
Remember they were at
the center of the mortgage
meltdown, backing billions


in loans that went bust. Not
only have they not gotten
around to paying us back, but
they are now more important
to the housing market than
in the headiest days of the
housing boom. Then there's
the international insurance
company AIG. We're'still
owed more than $2.5 billion
from the nearly $69 billion
bailout it got. Government
motors, I mean General
Motors, got more than
$50 billion--a bailout this
president is very proud of.
GM still owes us more than
half of that!
Ally Financial, formerly
known as GMAC, has
barely repaid anything.
The company still owes
taxpayers nearly $11 billion.
Chrysler has re-paid most of
its bailout, but still owes us
more than a billion bucks.
Those are just the companies


most have heard of. There
are also a slew of companies
you may not be familiar
with: CIT group, South
Financial Sterling Financial,
Midwest Bank Holdings,
Integra Bank Corp., and a
lot of smaller banks that got
caught up in the mess.
Here's the bottom line
on our TARP spending,
according to the folks at
ProPublica: the government
disbursed almost $604
billion to 926 recipients. A
little more than half of that
debt has been paid back--
only about $343 billion. We
are still owed almost $174
billion, four years after the
crash.
The government has
made some money on the
deal for itself--some $87.3
billion, but I'd advise you
not to look for it in your
refund check. As we've


seen, the money, or at least
the biggest stakes, tend to go
to Obama cronies. Not you
and me. When the president
talks about new taxes he's
planning to pay still more
to fund those that fund him.
We don't leave the money
in the pockets of those that
will invest locally across the
nation--not just California
or the north and their
unions--we will continue to
suffer.
Case in point today: A123
Systems Inc., an electric car
battery producer, filed for
bankruptcy. The company
received a $249 million
grant as part of the $90
billion in stimulus that the
president earmarked for
developing green energy.
Solyndra, as you will recall,
is already in bankruptcy.
Here's the president back
in April of 2010.


"A123 was one of the 48
companies to win a recovery
act grant for advanced
battery technology. That
grant helped A123 hire 44
new workers, supports the
construction of 3 new plants
in the state of Michigan,
which A123 expects will
allow it to hire more than
120 workers by the end of
this year, more than 1,000
by the end of next year and
more than 3,000 by the end
.of 2012. Today's news is
another sign that we are on
the right track."
I don't know about you
but I can't see me using a
battery powered vehicle.
However, if the concept has
merit one approach would
be to fund the purchase from
the bottom up not the top
down. That concept would
level the playing field rather
than tilt it toward Obama


cronies. It would also allow
manufacturers to gauge the
market for sustainability
when government funding
stops. Whether it's $90
billion for green energy or
$604 billion to the financial
sector, blanketing select
parts of the country with
taxpayer dollars has not
fixed what ails us. It has
not lifted our economy. It
hasn't improved the fortunes
of the middle class. The
proportion of Americans on
food stamps recently hitting
a new high, 3.5 years after
the recession was supposed
to be over!
Throwing money at a
problem doesn't solve it.
What we are missing is
leadership! At this point
I find Charley Sheen
more believable than our
president.
Earnest Eakins


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day filled with everything from free fish dinners and live entertainment to
antique cars and crosscut saw competitions.


The Public Servant You Know...

the County Commissioner

You Can Trust **


For the past 8 years, it
has been my privilege
and honor to represent
the citizens of Distiict 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.


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County Commissioner, Districi


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