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Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: February 29, 2012
Publication Date: 11/14/2012
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'Ladies, Get Your
Paint On!'
Women in the community
are invited to "get their paint
on" during a special Ladies
Night Out with local artists
Sandy Hall and Deidra
Newman.
The private benefit will be
held Thursday, Nov. 29, at the
Sandy Hall Cafe & Gallery,
starting at 6:45 p.m. A portion
of the proceeds will benefit
Refuge House of Perry/Taylor
County.
Tickets (pre-sale only) are
$30 and include appetizers,
dinner, dessert and wine as.
well as all art supplies needed
for the evening.
Seating is limited to 35 and
participants must be 21 and
older. Tickets are available
at the Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce.
Newman and Hall also have
tickets for purchase.

Register now for
Breakfast with Santa
Registration is underway for
the 9th annual Breakfast With
Santa planned Saturday, Dec.
8, at the Perry Elks Lodge.
Five different seating times
are available from 8:30 to
10:30 a.m. The cost is $5
per child (up to two adults
accompanying child eat free)
and includes breakfast, a trip
down Candy Cane Lane to
visit Santa and a free gift.
Pre-registration is required;
forms are- available at
FairPoint Communications,
which is also the collection
site for registrations.

Morris appearance
cancelled
With regrets, Friends of
the Taylor County Public
Library announce that the
planned program for Monday,
Nov. 26, featuring
Southern author
Michael Morris has been
cancelled due to a family
emergency.
The Friends' organization
hopes to reschedule this
event at a later date.

Win a $100 gift card
for groceries
Friends of the Taylor County
Public Library continue to sell
raffle tickets for their Dec. 8
drawing.
Prizes include a $100 Winn
Dixie gift certificate (donated
by local AARP Chapter
#4033), a $50 BP gas card
(donated anonymously),
and a $25 Walmart gift card
(donated by Walmart).
Tickets are $1 and available
at the library, located at 403
North Washington Street.
The library is open Monday
through Saturday.

Food distribution
slated this Friday
Food distribution will be
held at Jerkins Community
Center this Friday, Nov. 16,
starting at 8 a.m.


Weather

Wednesday 72

20% 53

Thursday 72
530 -1



Index
Editorial ............... A-2
Living ................... A-4
Religion................... A-6


Community ............. A-7
Sports..................... A-8
Classifieds............. A-9



6 1111 llll viii.


(Top photo) The family of the late CSM Charles Sessions--wife Sharon, daughter Ruth Bickel,
grandson Cody Bickel and granddaughter Samantha Bickel-- shared an emotional moment when
his flag was raised over Veterans Memorial Park Monday. (Middle row, left) Cadet Captain Trevor
Smith. (Middle row, right) From left to right are Cadet Command Sergeant Major Joshua High, Cadet
Sergeant First Class Cheyenne Davidson, Cadet Private First Class Kaydee Keen, Cadet Corporal
Logan Watford, Cadet Private First Class TaylorTurnmire. (Bottom photo) Retired Col. Izzy Rommes,
far right, addresses veterans and supporters gathered at Forest Capital Park. Also on stage are (I to
r) Veterans Service Officer Joe Collins, VFW representative Dennis Bennett, AMVETS Commander
Dale Franklin, Father Aquilla Hanson and Commissioner Malcolm Page.




Patriotic pride


Taylor County's patriotic
pride was on display with
a series of events saluting
Veterans Day 2012.
Jump-starting the red,
white and blue celebration
was a special luncheon
hosted by the Perry Elks
Lodge Sunday, Nov. 11,
honoring local veterans.
Special guests for the


event included winners
of the annual Voices of
Democracy essay contest
coordinated by Taylor
County High School
(TCHS). These included
ninth grader Madonna
Bhakta, first place; senior
Alexandria Padgett, second
place; and senior Eli
Walker, third place. (This


was Walker's second win in
the contest; he previously
took third place when he
was a freshman.)
On Monday, the entire
community came together
to honor its veterans during
the 26th annual Veterans
Day Ceremony hosted by
"*. Please see page 11


Glover 'regrets'


her role in $2.4


million scheme

In June, Loretta Lashaun Glover, 41, received a nine-year
federal prison sentence for her role in a multi-million tax
refund scheme.
Dating back to 2008, the scheme involved Glover and
fellow defendants--Henry Edward Clayton, 32, of Tampa,
Tasheika Shamona Jackson, 24, Melissa Lynn Clayton,
*-* Please see page 11


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Running back Derrick Henry


Friday night game


likely one for the


history books

It is likely that the Taylor County High football team will
be a part of national sports history Friday night when the
Bulldogs travel to Yulee (7-3) for the first round of the state
playoffs.
Yulee's heralded senior running back Derrick Henry
is 102 yards short of breaking the all-time national high
school career rushing record that was set 59 years ago.
Ken Hall of Sugar Land High School in Texas rushed for
11,232 yards from 1950 to 1953. After gaining 409 yards
last week against Hamilton County, Henry now has an
unofficial total of 11,130 yards.
Henry, 6-4. 243 pounds, ran for 2.788 yards and 39 TDs
his sophomore year and 2,475 yards and 26 touchdowns as
a freshman. Last season he ran for 2,601 yards including
the 283 yards he ran against Taylor County in the 2011
playoffs which Yulee won 42-41.
Please see page 3

In future developments


Foley plans for


new coastal road


Continuing work on its
30.000-acre development
plan, Foley Timber &
Land Co. entered into an
agreement with the Taylor
County Commission last
week to set aside a 1,000-
foot wide corridor through
its land for a possible future
coastal roadway.
The commission approved
Foley's master development
order earlier this year and
it was recorded in August.
The order maintains that
the right-of-way reservation


agreement must be approved
within 180 days of its filing.
Foley's plan, which is
the largest ever reviewed
by North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council
(NCFRPC), consists of 10
distinct planning areas, five
of which are located along
a coastal corridor inland of
CR 361. Under the plan, a
new coastal road would link
those planning areas with
CR 361 and 361A.
-, Please see page 3


Waiting for a soldier's return


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
The young girl didn't
know the meaning behind
the simple metal bracelet
her mother always wore. It
was flat and wide, marked
with three words and a few
numbers: "Capt. Jack Dove,
7/13/67."
The girl only knew she
wanted to wear the bracelet,
and repeatedly asked her
mother about it.
Finally, when Dawn
Viola was about five, her
mother relented, and gave
the bracelet to her.
Her mother also told her
about the bracelet, even
though for a five-year-old
girl, the reality of what it
stood for wasn't entirely
clear.
"1 just remember mom
telling me that a man was
missing," Viola, now Taylor,
says years later.
"Mom explained to me
that we wore the bracelet


until he came home.
"I never heard that he
came home, so I just kept
wearing it."
And she did, for more


than three decades, always
wondering just who the
man was whose name was
printed on her bracelet.
It was hard for a five-


year-old to comprehend
the idea that thousands
of miles away in a place
called Vietnam, American
soldiers had been fighting


The fate of American soldier Capt. Jack Dove was unknown until
his remains were identified in 1995. He had been missing in action since
July 13, 1967.


and dying, and many were
still missing, their families
left with questions that had
no available answers.
One such family was
the Dove family. who
coincidentally lived only
about six hours away from
the Violas in Virginia.
In December 1966, on
his way to active duty in
Vietnam, U.S. Air Force
pilot Capt. Jack Dove said
goodbye to his parents,
his wife Ginger, and his
children, including his one-
year-old daughter, Jill.
He told them he would
be able to return once he
completed 100 missions.
On July 12, 1967. Dove
was flying his 93rd mission
with Lieutenant Colonel
Boyd Squire, dropping
bombs on a convoy of trucks
on the Ho Chi Min trail.
Dove radioed in.
requesting permission to
"** Please see page 11


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Editorial


Recognizing hospice



workers in November


Dear Editor:
November is National
Hospice Month. It's
no surprise that this is
also the month that we
commemorate veterans and
family caregivers. Along
with hospice workers, these
groups serve others, being
there for those who count on
us to keep them comfortable,
safe and protected.
Big Bend Hospice is proud
to have partnered with the
Tallahassee VA Outpatient
Clinic to remember and
honor our veterans during
a Service of Remembrance
held on Nov. 13. Each
time a veteran passes away,
it leaves a hole in our
hearts and in our society's
collective memory.
Likewise, family


caregivers are selfless
individuals who give of
themselves, sometimes
putting their own lives on
hold, to care for an ill or
dying loved one. They are
unsung heroes. At Big Bend
Hospice we see firsthand the
courage and love that goes
into being a caregiver 24/7
and we continually look for
ways to provide support to
hospice family caregivers
and ease their load and
renew their spirit.
When patients put their
trust in Big Bend Hospice,
our staff considers it a
sacred obligation to live
up to that trust. We exist to
provide the highest quality
of care to people facing a
life-limiting illness. We
offer compassionate support


and comfort to both the
patient and their family. In
2013 Big Bend Hospice will
celebrate 30 years of serving
this community. With your
assistance, we will continue
to help every patient have
the opportunity to make the
most of each day of life.
Please join me during
November and salute all of
these groups as they do the
work that has to be done,
which sometimes requires
incredible sacrifice. We are
a better community because
we can come together in
support of each other. I
encourage everyone to
join me in thanking these
dedicated individuals for
the work they do.
Cathy Adkison
President & CEO


A-2 Taco Times November 14, 2012


Letters to the Editor


Festival car show highlights


donors, volunteers, winners


Dear Editor:
The 57th annual Florida
Forest Festival Classic Car
show would like to thank
the sponsors, volunteers
and contributors as well as
congratulate the winners.
Our sponsors this
year were: Bruce Ratliff
For Property Appraiser,
Timberland Ford,
O'Reilly's Auto Parts and
Motorvations.
Our volunteers included:
Mark and Laurie Lindsey,
Homosassa; Tommy
Gunter, Perry; Tyson Hill,
Perry; Freddy Miller, Perry;
Franklin Crutchfield, Perry;
Buzzy Ludford, Camden,
N.C.; Bill Aydlet, Camden,
N.C.; Fred Miller, Perry;
Roy Washburn, Orlando;
Chuck Vickers, Orlando;
and Joanna Gnapp, Perry.
We also want to thank
our contributors: TCI, Pep
Boys, Holiday Inn Express,
Mustangs Unlimited,
Summit Racing, Edelbrock,
Holley Performance
Products, Flowmaster,
JEGS, Comp Cams, ACC
Carpets, Rock Auto, K
& N, Dearborn, Eckler's
Corvettes, Chevelles, Dream
Giveaway, Yarbrough
Tire, NewStalgia Wheel,
MAC's Antique Auto Parts,
Advanced Plating and
Powder Coating, Dennis
Carpenter, B & M, Hurst


Shifters and Accessible
Systems.
Special thanks to
Perry First Church of
God for providing food
for Fireworks Cruise-In:
Holiday Inn Express for
serving as a gathering place
for the Gaslight Parade;
Joyce Fletcher and the Main
Street Cafe for electricity
for the band and street
dance; Larry Schmidt and
the Southern Rain Band for
performing at the Fireworks
Cruise-In and Street
Dance; Feebee's Photos,
Frames and Trophies for
trophies and dash plaques:
Lin Gray of the Perry
Police Department for
coordination of the Gaslight
Parade and street dance; and
to the crossing guards and
city personnel who stayed
with the barricades for the
street dance.
Trophy presentations
were made by Property
Appaiser Bruce Ratliff. The
winners were: Best Paint,
Dale Perry, Steinhatchee,
1969 Chevy Nova SS; Best
Interior, James Christmas,
Starke, 1968 Chevy CIO
Stepside Truck; Best Engine
Compartment, Pam Perry,
Steinhatchee, 1955 Chevy
210 Post; and Best of Show,
Gary and Gwen Walker of
McAlpin, 1967 Chevy II.
Trophy presentations


Enjoying Perry and the

Florida Forest Festival


Dear Editor:
How wonderful to be
back in Perry for the Forest
Festival!
Fried fish, hush puppies,
Johnson 'Bakery's donuts,
and as always, Perry's
hospitality--timeless.


It was great to see '"old"
friends and make new
acquaintances during the
book signing--priceless.
Thanks you, Perry, for an
awesome weekend!
Bob and
Linda Kipley


Taco Times

Wednesday, November 14, 2012
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for "Top 40" trophies were
made by Little Queen Miley
Hill.
In car number order, the
recipients were:
Tim and Cathy
McGregor, Perry, 1987 Ford
Custom Truck;
Tim and Cathy
McGregor, Perry, 1930 Ford
Sedan;
Jim Stell, Orlando, 1965
Chevy Biscayne;
Wallace Nesbitt, Perry,
1965 Ford Mustang;
Bill Strall, Englewood,
1949 Packard;
Kent Marsh, Perry, 1977
Chevy Nova:
Harry Buss, Greenville,
1957 Ford Ranchero:
John Sadler, Perry, 1954
Chevy Sedan:
Gregory Gnapp, Perry,
1996 Corvette Convertible;
Bill Davis, Tallahassee,
1966 Ford Mustang:
Chris Siebenalor.
Homosassa, 1964 Ford
Ranchero:
Richard Widmann,
Monticello, 1969 Ford
Galaxie Convertible;
Brad Will, Monticello,
1972 Chevy C-10 Truck:
Kenneth Lindsey,
Beverly Hills, 1946 Chevy
Fleetmaster;
Edward Sadler, Perry,
1980 Chevy Malibu;
Shirley Houchin,
Crescent City, 1959 Edsel
Convertible;
Jim and Connie Trice,
Orange Park, 1958 Edsel
Ranger;
Mark Lindsey,
Homosassa, 1923 Ford T
Roadster;
Alfred Sorrenti,
Greenville, 1950 Packard
Convertible;
Glenn Jarvis, Valdosta,
GA 1969 Chevy Camaro
Rally Sport;
Logan H Birdsong,
Valdosta, GA 1937 Jaguar-
Replica SS 100 Roadster;
Terrance Taylor, Perry,
1994 Acura Integra GSP
(Modified);
Jerry Hulsey, Starke,
1961 Ford F-100 Unibody
Truck;'
Charlie Baker, Hampton,
1970 Chevy Fleetside
Truck;
I. Young, Hampton,
1937 4 door;
Robert Taylor, Perry,
1969 Chevy C-10 Truck;
Mildred Hall, Dade City,
1932 Plymouth Coupe;
James Pennington,
Perry, 1951 International
Pick up;
Jim Wynn, Keystone
Heights, 1935 Plymouth P8;
Skip Haskett, Mayo,
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air;
Skip Haskett, Mayo,
1969 Mustang Shelby;
Paul and Diana Weaver,
Fort White, 1963 Chevy II
Nova SS;
Michael Nechar,
".** Please see page 3


Midweek Muddle


A Tragedy of

Epic Proportions
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
I dutifully answered the phone He was shocked.
for it seems I'm the only one at my "Not just fish, Susan," the husband
house who hears it ring. said rather disrespectfully. "Trophy
The husband's brother said bass."
abruptly, "Is he home?..it's I closed my eyes, crossed my arms
important." and rose to leave the room. Here
My brother-in-law usually has the I was ready to lend comfort, and I
courtesy to ask how I am, check on learn that the grand emergency has
the children and offer some snide gills.
remark. This time he did not so the I know Dave, you see; he is a
phone call struck me as curious, very likeable, unassuming soul
I walked toward the husband and despite the fact that he didn't have
said somberly, "It's your brother... to seek gainful employment after
he says it's important." he finished college. In addition
He looked at me quizically and to a gazillion dollars, his family
sat down. owned so much land that he's been
"Hello," he said and a long pause appointed responsibilities toward
followed, managing it. It's a job, to be sure,
Then the husband said and he does it well. But, as you
incredulously, "What?" as he know, it's always more difficult
listened for more long moments. to be sympathetic toward the
I'm sitting there worrying for it's billionaire.
what I do. "Dave has endless resources," I
"Oh man," the husband said with said, like a mother telling a child
deep remorse and angst. that Lassie isn't going to die during
I clutched my heart fearing an that day's television episode. "I'm
unknown tragedy. sure Dave can throw some money
"What can be done?" the husband at this problem and fix it."
then asked, and I sat down. "No, that's just it," the husband
I know it is impolite to stare said. "The dam is compromised
at another individual while he is at its base. There is no way to fix
having a phone conversation, but it until the lake is drained. Dave's
I'm the wife and I felt my support had experts from three states there
might be needed, trying to develop a strategy. Now
"This is horrible," he added, he's got a fishery biologist on site
I was conjuring horrible images; with an electric gun, stunning the
it's what I do. fish so he can transport them to
More minutes passed. another lake."
"How is Dave?" was the husband's "They're doing what?" I asked.
next question. He spoke slowly since I'm
Dave, I thought to myself. There's intellectually challenged. "They
nobody in our family named Dave. shoot the fish with an electric gun
It must be a high school friend which stuns them long enough to
in crisis. Or a neighbor. Or a transport them to another lake on
childhood acquaintance. We've the property--it saves their lives."
always thought the husband's I regret my expression. I had
brother could be a professional not considered laughing, even
mourner; he reads the obituary quietly, until then and I knew it was
pages religiously and knows most inappropriate.
of the people. Was this just another "It's a tragedy," he said with
random opportunity for mourning? all seriousness. "Dave is in deep
Their conversation continued, but depression--this is his life's work
there was little more for me to hear. washing away."
Finally the husband said, "Call me "Well, my gosh, there was a
tomorrow when you know more. I tsunami in Japan last week. I'm
appreciate it." sorry I cannot be overwrought with
I'm sitting there blank-faced, concern for these bass."
expecting the worst. "Everyone's tragedy is their own,"
He reports, like Walter Cronkite, he said, drawing from the years he
"The dam at Dave's lake has broken languished in philosophy class.
and it is tragic. He had that lake And so it is. The husband, Dave,
down to a fine science--the levels, even the bass know that what
the species--and now there are big happened in Japan is of much
bass dying while he fights against greater proportions than what
the clock to save them." happened on this lake in Alabama.
I was speechless and almost It doesn't even compare. But grief
angry. 1 sat there, jerking my head is grief, no matter the proportion,
from left to right, inquiring of the and as you remember Japan....
husband, "All this was about fish?" please remember Dave.

Editor's Note: Susan H. Lincoln was recently notified that this column awarded first place
in the "Humorous Column" division of the Florida Press Association's 2012 Better Weekly
Newspaper Contest. She competed against other writers from publications with a circulation of
7,000 and under.


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A-3 Taco Times November 14, 2012


4th straight

yearTaylor

in playoffs

HISTORY BOOKS
Continued from page 1
So far this year, the
Alhanma commitment has
rushed for 3,266 yards
which is a new state record
for a 10-game regular
season.
The state record was
previously held by former
Tennessee standout Travis
Henry, who garnered 3,011
yards for Frostproof in
1996.
Henry is not the only
one setting records this
week.
This marks the fourth
straight year Taylor County
(6-4) has reached the state
playoffs, which is a school
record.

'Every car

worthy of

a trophy'

CAR SHOW
Continued from page 2
Greensboro, 1953 sedan;
Eddy Godwin,
Tall.ah.l,,ee. 1970 Chevy
Chevelle;
Gary Edwards,
Tallahasee, 1966 Pontiac
GTO Convertible;
Amy Bullock,
Monticello, 1968 Chevy
Camaro;
Linda Tharpe,
Tallahassee, 1967 Ford
Mustang GT;
Craig Brown,
Tallahassee, 1985 Chevy
Monte Carlo SS;
Robert Fishkorn, Old
Town, 1930 Ford;
Angel Brana,
Tallahassee, 1973 Ford T
Bird;
Lilly Carter, Perry, 1966
Ford Mustang; and
Bill O'Rourke, Havana,
1959 Chevy Bel Air.
Thank you to all who
attended. There were so
many great cars and trucks.
every single car was worthy
of a trophy.
Bud and Cathy Chute
Motorvations FL


Plan builds off Vision 2060 o
___ THE HAIR LOFT
FOLEY unanimously. planning areas. In addition A FULL SERVICE SALON
Continued from page 1 Foley's plan builds off to the live areas along the SER E
Continued from page 1 the framework established coastal corridor, four are welcomes Licensed Cosmetologist
Foley Vice I'sesideni by Vision 2060. In Ilorida, located around the City of Kiie nWfWaifi
for Planning IBo Taff was a dcvelopnieni of regional Perry while one is located
present at the commission's imnpaci (R is dend asd near Ilamplon Springs to our Hairstyle Team!
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1u11eetn1 lulast IV IIIIy In t
request they approve the
agreement.
He said the 1,000-fool
corridor would be located
generally where the coastal
road is located on the
planning maps.
Anc'ilii-': to the
agreement, a more precise
alignment will be established
later and Foley reserves the
right to continue to use the
property for silviculture and
agriculture purposes. No
property is being conveyed
to the county by this
agreement.
At the meeting,
Commissioner Malcolm
Page made a motion to
approve the agreement with
Commissioner Pam Feagle
seconding.
The measure passed


it m m opl\'['m^*ll *"*^p ^ u >.,,,.p t.
to impact more than lone
county.
In Ihe case of Foley's
plan, each of the 10
planning areas is large
enough to be considered a
DRI, necessitating a master
DRI.
The development order
the commission approved
does not permit any
development, but will
allow future developers to
apply for an incremental
development order for one
or more of the planning
areas. Any such application
would have to undergo local
and state review, including
approval by NCFRPC and
the county commission.
The planning areas
consist of eight urban
planning areas and two rural


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November 24, 2012
Tuesday Atkins & Zack Bailey
December 29, 2012
Brooke Knight & Jordan All
February 9, 2013
Martin Brown & Jesse Young
March 2, 2013


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Katie Lincoln & Rodney King
March 16, 2013
Autumn Blair & Sergio Villagomez
September 14, 2013


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Laurel & Ben LaValle
Girl due November, 2012
Logan & Bradley Massey
Baby due December 19, 2012


Elizabeth Davis & Curtis Jolley
Girl due November 18 2012
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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dwight Lincoln of Perry announce
the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Elizabeth, to
James Rodney King, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edwin
King of Perry.
The bride-elect is a 2003 graduate of Taylor County
High School. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree
in elementary education from Auburn University in 2007
where she was a member of Phi Mu social sorority.
Miss Lincoln taught third grade at Shades Cahaba
Elementary School in Homewood, Ala., for two years,
and is in her fourth year of teaching at Taylor County
Elementary School. She is also employed as a coach with
Taylor Elite Cheerleading and serves as a youth leader at
First Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Gladys (Lincoln) Burt and Vincent Astor Burt of
West Blocton, Ala., are her paternal grandparents. Other
grandparents include Homer Madden Lincoln, and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Oran Harrison, all deceased.
A 1998 graduate of Taylor County High School, the
prospective groom earned both Bachelor's and Master's
degrees from Florida State University, in exercise science
and physical education. He also completed an internship in
Plymouth, England, during his Master's studies.
He has been employed by the Taylor County School
District for eight years, serving as physical education
teacher at Taylor County Elementary School, as well as
varsity and junior varsity soccer coach.
His grandparents are Mrs. Elda Mae Redifer, Henry Levi
Redifer, and Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Virginia King, all
deceased.
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By POLLY WALLER
Most gardeners know that when it comes to ordering
from seed catalogs, what you see is not necessarily what
you get. The best specimens are chosen for the pictures,
plus most of the popular catalogs feature many plants we
cannot successfully grow in our Florida heat and humidity.
So when I'm browsing through a seed catalog from
California, I tend to be leery.
But when I saw a plant called Roselle (Hibiscus
sabdariffa) described as a "traditional Florida hedge plant
with cranberry-like qualities," in the Bountiful Gardens
seed catalog last winter, I decided to give it a try.
Now that fall is here and the plants are fully mature, I'm
ready to declare Roselle our most successful new addition
to the garden this year and something we will grow again.
Right now, I'm leaving the best seed heads on the plant
to mature in order to make enough to share with our local
nurseries and my gardening friends.
Roselle does not exactly produce a fruit. The edible part
is the calyx, which is the fleshy bud-like cup that is left
after the flower blooms and drops off. These calyces, when
brought to a boil and steeped, produce a tasty red liquid full
of Vitamin C and anthocyanin (acts as an antioxidant) used
to make hot tea, iced tea, punch, jelly, jam and sauces.
Although the plant thrives in the subtropical Florida
climate, it is not native. Roselle originated from Africa and
India and was brought to the Americas and Caribbean with
the slave trade around the same time that okra arrived. It
is said to have been a common plant in Florida (especially
central and south) in the 1800s and up into the first half
of the 1900s when it fell out of favor once shipping fruit
became commonplace and people began relying less on
what they grew in their yards.
Even if you've never heard of Roselle, you may have
tasted it. The dried calyx is sold in health food stores as
"Flor de Jamaica" and promoted as a diuretic. Most red,
punch-like drinks served in Jamaica and the Caribbean
are made with it. So are commercial herbal teas like
CranberryCove and Red Zinger. While it is often compared
to cranberry juice in taste. I liken it to one of my favorites.
Black Cherry Koolaid.
To extract the juice from the calyx, first remove the
fleshy outer covering from the seed ball. Discard the seed
and keep the fleshy part. This is your fruit. Put one quart
of washed fruit into a saucepan and add water until just
covered. Bring to a boil, then simmer for three minutes.
Cover and let steep for another three minutes. Strain the
juice from the pulp and use this liquid as hot tea, or it can
be the "base" by which you can make a refreshing iced tea
by just adding a little sugar, water and ice. Or boil the juice
down with added sugar to make jelly, syrup or a cranberry-
ish sauce. The juice can be stored in the freezer, or the
calyx can be dried for later use.
Roselle is in the Malvaceae, or mallow family and is very
similar in culture and looks to its cousin okra. I started the
seed in pots in early March to get a jump on the growing
season, but they could be direct sowed successfully as long
as there was not a late frost. As far as I know, they will not
come back from the root after dying back in the winter, but
will probably reseed under the right conditions. It might
be a good idea to plant them in a different spot each year
because, like okra, they can be susceptible to nematodes.
Our seedlings were planted in an unimproved garden bed
consisting mostly of Taylor county sand, with just a little bit
of compost thrown in the hole at planting. 1 fertilized with a
slow release mix once at planting, then left them alone. The
woody, erect, 6'-8' tall shrubs made a nice hedge that held
up splendidly to the wind and wet we got from the tropics
this summer, yet they also thrived and put on a lot of growth
during the drought conditions of spring.
Roselle is a photoperiodic "short day" plant that only
begins to flower and produce once the days begin to shorten,
so we didn't start seeing blooms and the resulting calyx
until late summer. We've been harvesting since August
and now in October, they are showing out and nearing their
peak of production. I expect them to be still producing at
first frost so the folks down in central and south Florida
with a longer season probably get a larger crop than we do.
Roselle goes by many names including Florida Cranberry,
Red Sorrel and Jamaican Sorrel. But the best name I have
heard came from an elderly fellow from southwest Florida
that was visiting the Book Mart one day.
I happened to have a calyx sitting on the counter and he
said he hadn't seen one since he was a child. He went on
to say his mother grew them as a hedge in their backyard
and made a Christmas punch from the juice that was always
part of their celebration. He called it "Christmas Okra." 1
think I will too.
"Christmas Okra" Punch
2 quarts orange juice
2 quarts roselle juice (can be diluted to taste, it is tart!)
1 package frozen strawberries
Ginger Ale
Combine lirst three ingredients and chill. Add ginger ale
to taste at serving. Roselle flowers are edible and can be
frozen in water to float in the punch.


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A-6 Taco Times November 14, 2012


Marshall Health's residents


'love the songs & services'


Kitchen help
The kitchen at the First United Methodist Church has been one of the busiest places in town, in
recent weeks. For days leading up to the annual Turkey Dinner, cooks labored over casseroles and
dressings, preparing take-out lines and dining tables. Glenda Hamby reports that 600 tickets were
sold to this year's event--50 more than last year--and 560 people were served during the evening.
That didn't bring any rest for the cooks, though. They spent the days which followed boiling turkey
carcasses and making soup. Hamby says 83 quart bags of turkey vegetable soup were frozen for
distribution through the church's food pantry.

Obituaries


Sarah Nell Franklin
Sarah Nell Franklin, 78,
died Monday, Nov. 12,
2012, in Thomasville Ga.
Mrs. Franklin was a
lifetime resident of Taylor
County, born on May 2,
1934.
She was preceded in
death by her husband.
James Franklin, and her
parents. Norman and Nellie
Hendry Nabinger.
Survivors include;
three daughters. Cheryl
Ann Franklin McLennan
of Pensacola, Annette
Franklin of Tallahassee
and Rhonda Nell Franklin
of Perry; one sister, Norma
Swain of Tallahassee; two
grandchildren; and one


great grandchild.
Funeral services will be
held Friday, Nov. 16. at
II a.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home which is in charge of
arrangements. The family
will receive friends on
Thursday, Nov. 15. from 6
until 8 p.m., also at Beggs.

Robert Sullivan
Robert "Fish" Sullivan.
57, died Nov. 12, 2012 in
Perry.
He was born in Albany.
Ga., to Jeff Sullivan and
Dorris Norman Sullivan
on March 17, 1955. Mr.
Sullivan moved to Perry in
1975 where he retired from
logging. He was a Baptist.


Survivors include: his
wife, Kathleen McGuire
Sullivan of Perry; three
sons, William Mingus,
George Mingus and Shelby
Sullivan, all of Perry; two
daughters. Angela Sullivan
of Tallahassee and Dena
Wilson of Perry; two
brothers, Charlie Sullivan of
Pinetta and Johnny Sullivan
of Tallahassee; three sisters,
Libby Watson and Barbara
Sullivan of Pinetta and
Ellen Whidden of Perry:
13 grandchildren; 4 great
grandchildren.
A memorial service
will be held at a later date.
Beggs Funeral Home Perry
Chapel is in charge of
arrangements.


By SARAH HALL
A very important part of our missionary
work is when we visit and share the word of
God in songs and praises with the residents
of Marshall Health and Rehab, every third
Sunday at 3:30 p.m. I know the value of
being there--away from your church home
and family.
1 was there for four weeks and was so
excited on the third Sundays to be a part
of those services. Sometimes, only a few
came, but the Holy Spirit came with them.
So sacrifice 30 minutes (3:30-4 p.m.) if
you can to bless those who are in need and
expecting a blessing through your visit.
"Let your light so shine before men that
they may see your good words and glorify
your Father which is in heaven."
Pray with us for Lorraine Montgomery,
Donnie Blue, Laura Taylor, Chadrick


Britt, Leona Summers, Connie Sumner,
Charles Poole and Patricia Anderson, all
at home. Also remember Virginia Bishop
in Tallahassee Memorial, Carl Jackson at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital and JoAnn
Brooks who is home after surgery.
How do you get through "the going
through" stage? You 1. Recognize who
God is. 2. You remember when you're
down, to look up. 3. You replace guilt with
gratitude. 4. You make God your partner.
5. You face your fears with faith. 6. You
let love lighten the load. 7. You hold on to
hope. 8. Believe it (and you can do it!) 9.
Trust God and your future will be fruitful.
Finally, 10. Be prepared. If you believe it,
you will receive it.
Remember: "The best way to destroy
your enemy is to make him your friend."--
Abraham Lincoln


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was lost near Buckville
close to the Taylor/
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Please call Kortney
at 863 381-3955 if
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Thank You,
To all who supported me in
,. the previous election. I applaud
the citizens on your selection for
County Commissioner, District 2.
I know Mr. Jim Moody will do a
fine job.
Sincerely,


Bobby Edwards
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Jeanette Stticktand
Jeanette Strickland, age 74, passed away on Sunday,
Nov. 11, 2012. at Doctors Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Strickland
was born in Cottondale, on Nov. 22, 1937, to the late Marvin
Justice and the late former Margie Shouppe.
Coming from Jackson County, she has lived in Perry since
1958. Mrs. Strickland was a member of the Perry Church of
Christ and was the co-founder, owner and operator of TACO
Equipment and Sales Incorporated for more than 30 years.
She was a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother
who enjoyed taking care of her family. In her spare time
she enjoyed cooking, mowing and working in her yard, and
watching NASCAR as she was an avid Dale Earnhardt Fan.
She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Harvey
Strickland, of Perry; 2 sons, Harvey Strickland Jr., and
Mike Strickland; a daughter, Janet Dice (Ricky) all of Perry;
a brother, Don Justice (Janice) of Pensacola; her favorite
chihuahua dog "Baby"; 3 grandchildren, Amber Slaughter,
Shannon Strickland, and Ricky Dice Jr.; 2 great-grandchildren,
Zach Slaughter and Karley Dice; as well as numerous nieces,
nephews, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home
Chapel on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012 at 11 a,m. with Bro, Paul
Nawlin and Bro. Joe Wynn officiating. The family received
friends one hour prior to the service starting at 10 a.m.
Interment followed in Pisgah Cemetery,
You may send condolences to the family at: www.
joepburnsfuneralhomes.com
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appreciation to the District II
voters who had enough faith
in me to represent them on the
County Commission. I will do
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A-7 Taco Times November 14,2012


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Grammy winner David Ball


Friday concert benefits


OPERATION: TROOP AID


Grammy Award-winner
David Ball will bring
his band to Perry to
perform at the Perry Elks
Lodge this Friday, Nov. 16,
at 8 p.m.
This special show will
benefit Ball's charity,
Operation: Troop Aid.
Tickets are $15 for
individuals and $25 for
couples. Seating is limited
and it is recommended that
interested persons buy their
tickets in advance.
For ticket information,
contact the Perry Elks
Lodge at (850) 838-7623.
After selling three million
copies of his debut record
"Thinkin' Problem," Ball
collaborated with Bob
Dylan on "The Songs
of Jimmie Rodgers--A
Tribute" and won a Grammy
for his contribution to the
2005 collection "Beautiful
Dreamer--The Songs of


Stephen Foster."
Through his career, Ball
has released seven studio
albums on different labels,
with 14 singles entering the
Billboard charts. He was
also one of the first artists to
take an independent release
to the Country Top 5, with
2002's "Riding With Private
Malone."
The success of "Riding
With Private Malone"
ultimately led Ball to
a Christmas tour to the
Middle East, performing
for members of the Armed
Services.
It was during the tour
when Ball met Mark
H. Wood, founder of
Operation: Troop Aid.
In 2011, Ball became an
honorary board member
of the charity. Operation:
Troop Aid raises money for
care packages delivered at
mail call to the US military


around the world and offers
bill assistance once veterans
return home.
Merchandise will be
available the night of show,
with 100 percent of the
proceeds going back to the
charity.
For more info or to donate,
visit www.davidball.com/
operationtroopaid.htm.
Ball is currently on tour
in support of his ninth
studio album, "Sparkle
City," backed by his
band, The Pioneer
Playboys, the same band
used on record.
A new single, dedicated
to Operation: Troop Aid,
will be released early 2013.
Ball's also recently
released his first Christmas
collection, "The Greatest
Christmas."
He also headlined
the 2011 Florida Forest
Festival.


Thank you for your service and sacrifice


While varying in age and military experiences, Taylor County's veterans are united by their service and sacrifice made in freedom's name. Above, local
veterans were the guests of honor during the 26th annual Veterans Day Ceremony hosted by Taylor County High School JROTC Monday.


Voices of democracy
Organizers said that freedom's future is in good hands judging from the
caliber of winners in this year's "Voices of Democracy" essay contest. The
top three students received monetary awards from each local veterans
organization. Shown above are, left to right: AMVETS Commander Dale
Franklin, second place winner Alexandria Padgett, VFW representative
Dennis Bennett, first place winner Madonna Bhakta, third place winner
Eli Walker and American Legion representative (Ret.) Col. Izzy Rommes.


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(L to r) Former POW Ed Sheffield and wife, Jamie, joined Henry Davis in
paying their respects during the flag-changing ceremony held Monday at
Veterans Memorial Park.


AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at
Perry Shrine Club.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays,
noon, Perry Elks Lodge on
Puckett Road.
MainStreet Perry: fourth
Tuesday, 5:30 p.m., Perry Historic
Station.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at
Jerkins Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thursday,
noon at Rosehead, downtown
Perry.
Perry Garden Club: third
Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second and
fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first
and third Tues., 6 p.m., Masonic
Hall.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123:
meets first and third Monday,
7:30 p.m.
Perry Shrine Club: fourth
Thursday at 7 p.m. (club house
located on Courtney Road).
Perry Woman's Club: second
Wed., noon (September to
May).
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at
Rosehead Junction.
Taylor County Leadership
Council: second and fourth
Friday, 7 p.m., Jerkins Community
Center.
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7:30 p.m.
Call 584-2404.


Airport Advisory Committee:
fourth Wednesday, 12 noon,
Perry-Foley Airport.
City Council: second and
fourth Tues., at 5:30 p.m.
County Commission: first
Mon. and third Tues. at 5:30 p.m.,
courthouse annex; workshop,
fourth Tues., 5 p.m.
Planning Board: first Thurs.,
6 p.m. Courthouse annex (old
post office).
Taylor County Construction
License Board Meeting: third
Fri., 2 p.m., courthouse annex.
Taylor County School Board:
first and third Tues., 6 p.m.
Taylor Coastal Water and
Sewer: fourth Tuesday at 18820
Beach Road, 5:30 p.m.
Taylor Soil & Water
Conservation District Board:
fourth Monday, 7 p.m., Foley
Airport terminal conference room.
Call 584-4329 for information.



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


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


Taylor Adult Program (TAP):
Thursday, 10 a.m., 502 N.
Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday,
6 p.m., at the district building on
Beach Road.
Taylor County Amateur Radio
Club: first Tuesday, 7 p.m.,
Perry-Foley Airport conference
room.
Taylor County Brotherhood:
meets on Mondays, 7 p.m., at New
Brooklyn; every third Saturday,
9 a.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Taylor County Brotherhood
Choir: meets every Thursday,
6 p.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Chamber of Commerce:
second Thurs., 8 a.m., chamber
board room.
Taylor County Development
Authority: second Mon., noon,
at Historic Perry Station.
Taylor County Historical
Society: third Mon., 7 p.m.
Historical Society building.
Society's museum is open every
Thursday, 1-5 p.m.
Taylor County Horseman's
Association Horse Show:
practice roping every Friday,
7 p.m.; second Saturday,
registration, 3 p.m.; ride, 4 p.m.
Arena is located on Bishop Blvd.
Free admission.
Taylor County Quilters:
Tuesday, 10 a.m. to noon, public
library.


Taylor County Reef Research
Team: second Tuesday, 7 p.m.,
Forest Capital Hall.
Taylor County Senior Center:
Executive Board of Directors
meeting, every third Thursday.
Taylor County United:
second Mon., 7 p.m., Evangel
Christian Fellowship (1454
Courtney Road).
Tourism Development
Council: second Thurs.,
12 noon, Chamber of Commerce.
Whole Child Taylor-Shared
Service Network: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m., Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex.
Yarn Lovers Circle: first and
third Thursday, 9:30 a.m., Taylor
County Public Library



AL-ANON: meets every
Thursday at noon, St. James
Episcopal Church.
Alcoholics Anonymous:
Monday, 7 p.m. and Thursday,
7 p.m. at the Serenity House,
1824 N. Jefferson St. Call 843-
3484.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory
Council: fourth Tuesday at
1 p.m., Big Bend Hospice office
(107 E. Green).
Celebrate Recovery: a non-
denominational, Christ-centered
recovery ministry meets
Thursday at 6 p.m., in the First


Baptist Church Youth Center (old
Citizens Bank building).
Narcotics Anonymous: Sun.,
Tues., Wed., Fri., 7 p.m.; Sat.,
12 noon Catholic Church of the
Immaculate Conception (Parish
Center), 2750 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. For questions, call: (877)
340-5096.
Perry Winners Group of
Alcoholics Anonymous: Friday,
8 p.m.; Heritage House, 317 N.
Orange St.
The Way: (faith-based
12-step group for addicts
and alcoholics) Tuesday,
7:30 p.m., and Friday, 7 p.m.,
at the Serenity House, 1824 N.
Jefferson St. Call 672-0626.


AMVETS Post 20: third
Saturday, 9 a.m., at Golden
Corral Restaurant.
American Legion Post #291:
second Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96:
first Tues., 7 p.m., American
Legion Hall, Center St.
Sons of Confederate
Veterans: fourth Thursday at
North Orange Street. Call 584-
5725 or 838-2045.
VFW Post #9225: second
Tuesday, 7 p.m. (American Legion
building).
To add an organization, please
call (850) 584-5513.


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Sports


A-8 Taco Times November 14,2012


'Dogs do it again



TCHS rallies for 27-20 win over Florida High


is also great to see so many
different players step up
and contribute in different
roles each week. It is a blast
to coach a group of kids
that enjoy being a part of
something bigger than
themselves.
Now, we must travel to
Yulee and tackle a Humvee,
but we're excited about the
opportunity to go prove
ourselves once again. It's
playoff time, and we are
one of 16 teams that are
fortunate enough to get an
opportunity to keep playing.
You have got to love this
time of year!"
Taylor County's first-
round playoff game against
Yulee (7-3) will be in
the national spotlight, as
Yulee's Derrick Henry
-- the nation's #1-ranked


YARDSTICK
STaylor Co. Stats Florida High
18 First Downs 14
35/162 Rushing Yards 28/82
21/29/0 Comp iPasses/Int 17/27/0
239 Pass Yards 213
407 Total Offense 295
4/42.8 Punts/Avg. 6/42 2
4/3 Fumbles/Lost 3/2
3/25 Penalties/Yds. 8/55


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yards and 2 touchdowns
passing and rushed for 22
yards and another TD on
the ground.
Rodgers had 5 big
catches for 60 yards and 1
TD, while Moral Stephens
led the Bulldogs with 8
catches for 74 yards and I
TD and Jaymonte McLeod
had a team-high 82 yards
receiving on 6 catches.
Sophomore receiver Jalan
Oliver also caught two
passes for 23 yards.
Sophomore tailback Art
Nelson stepped up big for
injured teammate Jake
Smyrios and finished with
a career-high 24 carries for
135 yards and 1 touchdown.
The Bulldogs' offensive
line paved the way for
Taylor to gain 401 yards of
total offense (239 passing,
162 rushing), while the
"Brick Squad" defense got
big plays from numerous
players, despite missing
injured linebackers Javolis
McNeal and Shawn Burney.
The Bulldogs have won
three straight -- and five of
their last six games -- to
record the program's fourth
straight winning season.
"This team is amazing
in the way that they keep
fighting and finding a way
to win," Bulldogs' Head
Coach Ryan Smith said. "It


runningback -- attempts to
break a 59-year-old national
career rushing record.
Henry (6-4, 240 lbs.)
has 11,130 career rushing
yards, second on the all-
time national list behind
Ken Hall, who gained
11,232 yards at Sugar Land
High School in Texas from
1950 to 1953.
Henry needs 103 yards
to break Hall's 59-year-
old national career rushing
record (see story on front
page) against Taylor County
(6-4), who gets a chance to
avenge last year's 42-41
first-round playoff loss to
Yulee.
The Bulldogs dug
themselves a big hole
early against Florida High,
as Moral Stephens lost
a fumble after making
a catch on the first play
from scrimmage, giving
the Seminoles the ball on
Taylor County's 24-yard
line.
Despite big tackles by
KeVarius Franklin, Tyler
Evans, Luke Kallschmidt,
Evan Grambling and Calub
Murphy on the next two
plays, Florida High burned
the Bulldogs' secondary
for an 18-yard pass on
3rd down and scored on a
4-yard pass the very next


BY AARONPORTWOOD
After falling behind 13-0
just over three minutes into
the game, the Taylor County
Bulldogs rallied for yet
another come-from-behind
victory over Florida High,
Friday night in Tallahassee.
The Bulldogs scored 20
unanswered points, allowed
just one Seminole score in
the second half and then
got the game-winning
touchdown with 1:41 left in
the game when QB Daniel
Wentworth hit Chance
Rodgers on a 38-yard TD
pass.
With several starters
missing the game due to
injuries, the Bulldogs got
big plays from a variety
of players, including
Wentworth, who completed
21 of 29 passes for 239


play to take a 7-0 lead just
2:29 into the game.
Florida High caught the
Bulldogs off-guard with a
surprise onside kick and
recovered at the Taylor
County 34-yard line. A
19-yard TD run gave the
Seminoles a 13-0 lead
just two plays later, after
Jermaine Watkins blocked
his second PAT of the
season.
Trailing by two
touchdowns just over three
minutes into the game, the
Bulldogs answered with an
impressive 7-play, 82-yard
scoring drive.
Wentworth displayed
some gritty, hard-nosed
running on a 19-yard
scramble and then hit
McLeod with a perfect pass
for a 50-yard gain down to
the Florida High 13.
After a run for a loss
and a sack, Wentworth's
threw a 3rd down pass into
the endzone, but Stephens
could not hang on.
Smith decided to go for
it and went right back to
Stephens, who caught a
quick slant and turned it
into a 19-yard TD with 6:43
left in the first. Evan Ward's
PAT cut the lead to 13-7.
After the Bulldog defense
forced a punt, Taylor
County put together a great
12-play, 72-yard scoring
drive that included four 3rd
down conversions!
Wentworth converted a
3rd ad 3 with a 9-yard run,
hit Oliver for 17 yards to
convert a 3rd and 4, found
Stephens on an 11-yard
pass to convert a 3rd and 8
and Art Nelson capped off
the drive with a 13-yard TD
run on 3rd and 3.
Nelson had 6 carries for
30 yards on the scoring
drive and finished the game
with an average of 5.6 yards
per carry one week after
leaving the game at halftime
with a hip injury.
Kallschmidt forced a
fumble that was recovered
by Tyler Evans, but Rodgers
fumbled right back.
The Bulldogs' "Brick
Squad" defense held Florida
High scoreless on five
straight possessions after
the Seminoles took a 13-0
lead, highlighted by sacks
by Darick Ward, Franklin,
bone-jarring hits by Evans
and Murphy, tackles for loss
by Jamarcus Robertson,
Evans and Murphy, heavy
QB pressure by Davis Helm
and Murphy and back-to-
back-to-back tackles for
losses by Evans, Watkins
and Grambling to end the
half.
With 2:45 remaining
in the 2nd quarter, the
Bulldogs grabbed the lead
thanks to a 68-yard run
by Nelson and a 9-yard
QB keeper by Wentworth
to punch the ball into the
endzone and give Taylor


County a 20-13 lead.
Florida High took the
opening possession of the
second half and made a pair
of 3rd down conversions of
their own to drive 73 yards
in 9 plays and score on a
27-yard pass play. The extra
point kick tied the score at
2t- -20 with 7:50 left in the
3rd quarter.
The remainder of
the second half was a
scoreless slug-fest, until
1:41 remained in the
game. when Wentworth
converted yet another 3rd
down conversion by finding
Rodgers speeding down the
seam for a perfect 38-yard
TD pass.
Rodgers helped set up the
score by catching a 7-yard
pass, and Stephens caught a
pair of 7-yard passes on the
drive, which also featured
two runs by Nelson and
excellent blocking by
the Bulldogs' offensive
line (Jacob Thomas,
Andrew McBride. Chase
Barger, Jake Barr, Derrick
Thompson and Janard
Robson).
Taylor had a chance to
get ahead earlier in the
4th quarter, after Calub
Murphy forced a fumble
that was recovered by Marc
Hamilton. The Bulldogs
drove down to the 13-yard
line before opting to attempt
a 30-yard field goal on 4th
and 1 that Grant Parker just
missed wide to the right by
inches.
The Bulldogs' "Brick
Squad" defense stuffed
Florida High on 5 of their
6 second-half possessions,
with big plays turned in
by Murphy, Grambling,
Kallschmidt, Ward, Evans,
and Franklin.
Taylor's defense held
Florida High to only 82
yards rushing on 28 carries
(2.9 yards per carry).
Murphy finished with a
team-high 10 solo tackles,
as well as 7 assists, I sack
and a forced fumble.
Kallschmidt had 7 solo
tackles, 4 assists, I forced
fumble and a pass break-up,
while Davis Helm had 7 solo
tackles, 3 assists and a sack.
Evans (5 solo, 6 assists, I
fumble recovery) had one
of his best games of the
season -- single-handedly
crushing Seminole runners
and the Florida High QB at
least five times with bone-
jarring tackles.
Grambling finished
with 5 solo tackles, 2
assists and I sack, while
defensive linemen Darick
Ward (4 solo, I assist, 1
sack), KcVarius Franklin
(4 solo, 2 assists, .5 sack)
and Jamarcus Robertson
(3 solo, 2 assists. .5 sack)
dominated the Seminoles'


offensive line.
Other stand-out Bulldog
defenders included: Johnny
Anderson (3 solo, 1 assists,
1 pass break-up), Jermaine
Watkins (3 solo, 1 assist,
I oass break-un). Eurv


Chance Rodgers


Holmes (2 solo, 1 assist),
Marc Hamilton (1 solo, 3
assists, 1 fumble recovery)
and Ethan Allbritton (1
solo, I assist).
"Our team once again
did a great job of handling
adversity. Our offense
tetmrnnPd in hiioe nand the


BRICK SQUAD defense
made another goal line
stand with 5 seconds left
to help us pull out the win.
Way to dig deep! I am so
proud of all of our players
and racrhep Rulldo~s'


(21) pulls in a pass
(Photo by Wayne Dunwoody)

Defensive Coordinator
Beau Johnson said.
"This week we are taking
on the best runningback in
the history of high school
football, which gives us the
chance of a lifetime. It is
time to hunker down Brick
SOunid!" Johnson added.


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Bulldog runningback Art Nelson (9) stepped it up against Florida High
(Photo by Wayne Dunwoody)


Senior linebacker Davis Helm (10) makes a big play on defense


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a.m. until, 225 N. Cheryl Dr.
(Robertson Subdivision, behind
Amanda's Photography). Ladies
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11/14- 11/16

Multi-Yard Sale. Saturday, 8 a.m.
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Dead Man's Curve to Live Oak,
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Quality cured firewood, delivered.
Call (850) 838-0949.
11/14- 11/23

Yamaha trumpet for sale with two
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1301.
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5076.
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Mobile homes for rent. 2 & 3
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11/14- 11/16

Small camper trailer for rent. Quiet
and private, $90 weekly, includes
all utilities. Call 838-6746.
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Small, 2 bedroom, mobile home
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monthly plus utilities, $200
deposit, no pets. Call 223-2500
and leave a message.
11/14- 11/16

House.3bedroom, 1bath.
Workshop/garage, fenced yard
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plus deposit, call (850) 443-9642.
11/09- 11/14

800 Puckett Rd., NO PETS, NO
SMOKING, $675 monthly, 1st &
last month plus deposit. Call 838-
3146 for more information.
11/09- 11/14

House in town. 3 bedroom, 1 1/2
baths. No pets, no smoking.
Background check required. $550
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11/09- 11/30

900 sq. ft. office space. Great
location on South Jefferson
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1568.
11/07- 11/30

1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
nice quiet area. Utilities and
satellite TV included. 1 adult only,
no children, no pets, $150 weekly
and $150 security. Call 584-2199.
11/07- 11/23

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1 bedroom apartment, fully
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10/19- 11/14

Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2,
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2 bedroom, 1 bath, mobile home.
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on large lot. Living room, big eat-in
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Call (305) 970-1653.
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IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR
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Westgate Rooms available for
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
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daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
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Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
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Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
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Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
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1 acre of land, 2 miles from
Keaton Beach. $18,500, some
owner financing. Well, power pole,
septic and large shed. Call 843-
1301.
11/14- 12/17

Large 30x60 steel building with
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Stripling Rd. Perfect for
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11/09 11/28

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843-5512.
11/02 11/30

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home, shop and rental property.
North of Perry, just outside of city
limits. $240,000, call (850) 295-
1403.
11/02- 11/30

For Sale or Lease to Own. House
in Ocean Pond subdivision. Only 5
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
In Re: The Estate of:
Case No. 12-708-CP
ROBERT A. CALHOUN,
Deceased,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administration
has been entered In the [Estate of
ROBERT A. CALHOUN,
deceased, File Number 12-708-
CP, by the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Post
Office Box 620, Perry, Florida
32348; that the decedentis date
of death was November 4, 2011;
that the total value of the estate


A-9 Taco Times November 14, 2012


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!


Is less than $75,000.00
the name and address
to whom It has been ass
such order are:
Julia A. Calhoun, 4929
Road, Perry, FL 32348
ALL INTERESTED PERSC
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the esta
decedent and person
claims or demands ag
estate of the decade
than those for whom prc
full payment was mac
Order of Summary Adm
must file their claims
Court WITHIN THE TIME
SET FORTH IN SECTION 71
THE FLORIDA PROBATE C
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMA
SO FILED WILL BE
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING Ti
PERIOD SET FORTH ABC
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) Y
MORE AFTER THE DEC
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRIO
The date of first public
this notice Is: NOVEMBEI
SMITH & SMITH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.

MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for
Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-38
Fax: (850) 584-7148

JULIA A. CALHOUN


Personal Representative
4929 Webster Road
Perry, FL 32348

IN THE COUNTY COUR
THIRD JUDICIALCIRCUIT
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
STEINHA TCHEE ANCIENT
PROPERTY
ASSOCIATION,
Case No.: 12-56CC
Plaintiff,
vs.
FBM LEASING and
MICHAEL B. FALLS,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF TAYLOR
TO:
FBM Leasing, a


corporation
By Serving: Michael B. Falls, as
Registered Agent 2210 Bell Drive
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
(Last Known Address)
Michael B. Falls
2210 Bell Drive
Stelnhatchee, FL 32359
(Lost Known Address)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose the
following property In Taylor
County, Florida:
Lot 4 of STEINHATCHEE ANCIENT
OAKS, Unit 2, according to the
Plat thereof as recorded In Plat
Book 1. Page 133 of the Public
Records of Taylor County,
Florida.
has been against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any to It,
on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose
name and address is Joseph R.
Fritz, Esquire, 4204 North
Nebraska Avenue, Tampa,
Florida 33603, on or before Dec.
7, 2012, and file the original with
clerk of this court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
Dated this 25 day of Oct., 2012.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Salina Ford
as Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
PROVIDENT FUNDING
ASSOCIATES, L.P.
Case No.: 62-2012-CA-000321
Division:
Plaintiff,
v.
NAZAIRE KING; CAROLE KING;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2; ALL
OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
A NAMED DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAME
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS,
Defendants,

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
To be Published In Perry News
Herald
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment dated October 31,
2012, entered In Civil Case No.:
62-2012-CA-000321, of the Circuit
Court of the THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT In and for Taylor County,
Florida, wherein PROVIDENT
FUNDING ASSOCIATES, L.P. Is
Plaintiff, and NAZAIRE KING;
CAROLE KING; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2; ALL O1HER UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
A NAMED DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAME
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS, are Defendants.
I will sell to the highest bidder for


and that cash at 11 :00 a.m., at the Front
of those steps of the Taylor County
signed by Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
St., Perry, FL 32347 on the 4th day
Webster of Dec. 2012 the following
described real property as set
ONS ARE forth in said Final Summary
Judgment, to wit:
te of the COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST
s having (NE) CORNER OF LOT 12, BLOCK
lainst the E, OF THE N.L. SMITH SUBDIVISION,
ant other AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
ovlslonfor PAGE 82, OF THE PUBLIC
de in the RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
inlstration FLORIDA FOR THE POINT OF
with this BEGINNING; RUN THENCE SOUTH
PERIODS ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID
33.702 OF LOT 12, 87.50 FEET: THENCE RUN
;ODE. WEST PARALLEL WITH THE NORTH
NDS NOT LINE OF SAID LOT, 115.0 FEET;
FOREVER THENCE RUN NORTH PARALLEL
WITH THE EAST LINE OF SAID LOT
HE TIME 87,50 FEET TO A POINT ON THE
)VE, ANY NORTH LINE; THENCE RUN EAST
'EARS OR ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID
CEDENT'S LOT 12, 115.0 FEET TO THE POINT
ED. OF BEGINNING.
catlon of This property Is located at the
R 7, 2012. Street address of: 905 SOUTH
WARNER AVENUE, PERRY, FL
32348.
If you are a person claiming a
right to funds remaining after the
Personal sale, you must file a claim with
the clerk no later than 60 days
ofter the sale. If you fail to file a
claim you will not be entitled to
any remaining funds. After 60
12 days, only the owner of record
as of the date of the Is pendens
may claim the surplus.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the court Nov. 1, 2012.
ANNIE M. MURPHY
CLERK OF THE COURT
(COURT SEAL)
Marti Lee DC
S By: Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Elizabeth R. Wellborn, P.A.
350 Jim Moran Blvd. Suite 100
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Telephone: (954) 354-3544
Facsimile: (954) 354-3545
Published In:
Perry News Herald
On (dates) Nov. 7, 2012 and Nov.
T OF THE 14.2012
IN AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
STATE OF AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
OAKS accommodation in order to
OWNERS participate In this proceeding.
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator, Jacquetta
Bradley, P.O. Box 1569, Lake City,
FL 32056, 386-719-7428, at least 7
working days before your
scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this
notification If the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days: If you are hearing or
Florida voice Impaired, call 711.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 11-655 CA
FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANDREA MALTBY MITCHELL,
JANET B. MASTERS AS TRUSTEE OF
THAT CERTAIN TESTAMENTARY
TRUST CREATED FOR THE BENEFIT
OF KATHLEEN COLLINS MITCHELL
UNDER ARTICLE VI OF THE LAST
WILL & TESTAMENT OF WILLIAM D.
MITCHELL II DATED FEBRUARY 14,
2006, AS AMENDED AND JANET B.
MASTERS AS TR, et.al.
Defendant.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated Oct. 31, 2012,
and entered In 11-655 CA of the
Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County,
Florida, wherein FLAGSTAR BANK,
FSB, is the Plaintiff and ANDREA
MALTBY MITCHELL; JANET B.
MASTERS AS TRUSTEE OF THAT
CERTAIN TESTAMENTARY TRUST
CREATED FOR THE BENEFIT OF
KATHLEEN COLLINS MITCHELL
UNDER ARTICLE VI OF THE LAST
WILL & TESTAMENT OF WILLIAM D.
MITCHELL II DATED FEBRUARY 14,
2006, AS AMENDED; JANET B.
MASTERS AS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ESTATE OF
WILLIAM DAVIS MITCHELL II AKA
WILLIAM D. MITCHELL II AKA
WILLIAM D. MITCHELL JR. AKA
WILLIAM D. MITCHELL.
DECEASED; UNKNOWN
TENANT(S) are the Defendant(s).
Annie Mae Murphy as the Clerk
of the Circuit Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
the West Door. Taylor County
Courthouse 108 N. Jefferson St.,
Perry, FL 32347, at 11:00 AM on
Dec. 4, 2012,, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOTS 1 AND 2 OF BLOCK "J" OF
THE HUGH J. GRANGER
SUBDIVISION, OF BLOCK 9, TOWN
OF STEINHATCHEE, TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA, A MAP OR
PLAT OF SAID HUGH J. GRANGER
SUBDIVISION BEING ON RECORD
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 85, IN THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT, TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
ALSO:
A PORTION OF LOT 3, BLOCK "J"


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SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 95, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA, WHICH
PORTION OF LOT 3 IS MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A 4" X 4"
CONCRETE MONUMENT
MARKING THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF LOT 12, BLOCK "H"
OF SAID HUGH J. GRANGER
SUBDIVISION. THENCE NORTH
11'21'18" WEST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 32.10 FEET TO THE NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF A 30
FOOT ROAD AND SOUTH LINE OF
SAID BLOCK "J", HUGH J.
GRANGER SUBDIVISION; THENCE
NORTH 8032'17" WEST FOR A
DISTANCE OF 111,67 FEET ALONG
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND
SOUTH LINE OF SAID BLOCK "J" TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE
HEREIN DESCRIBED LANDS. FROM
SAID POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE NORTH 12'46'47" EAST
FOR A DISTANCE OF 163 FEET,
MORE OR LESS. TO THE SOUTH
LINE OF A CANAL; THENCE
SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID
SOUTH LINE OF CANAL 16 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE WEST LINE
OF THE AFOREMENTIONED LINE
LOT 3, BLOCK "J"; THENCE SOUTH
09"57'42' WEST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 158 FEET, MORE OR LESS,
ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF LOT 3
TO THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID
BLOCK "J" AND NORTH LINE OF 30
FOOT ROAD; THENCE SOUTH
8032'17" EAST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 6.7 FEET, MORE OR LESS,
ALONG SAID LINES TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
Any person claiming on Interest
in the surplus from the sale, If any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
Dated this 1 day of Nov., 2012.
Annie Mae Murphy
As Clerk of the Court
By: Marti Lee, DC
As Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
Publish In: THE PERRY NEWS
HERALD
Submitted by: Robertson,
Anschutz & Schneid, P.L.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
3010 N. Military Trail, Suite 300,
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Telephone: 561-241-6901 Fax:
561-241-9181

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
The Board of County
Commissioners of Taylor County
is requesting qualifications for an
Attorney at Law to represent the
Taylor County Planning Board.
The attorney must be a member
of good standing with the Florida
Bar, and be familiar with the
Taylor County Comprehensive
Plan and the Taylor County Land
Development Regulations. The
retainer and hourly rate will be
negotiated. Attorneys Interested
are requested to present their
written interest and qualifications
to the County Administrator, Mr.
Jack Brown by December 10,
2012, at 5:00 p.m. Mr. Brown's
address is County Offices, 201
East Green Street, Perry, Florida
32347. No faxes will be
accepted. After the
qualifications are reviewed, the
Board of County Commissioners
will decide who to interview at
their meeting. Any questions
should be directed to the Board's
attorney, Conrad C. Bishop, Jr.,
Post Office Box 167, Perry, Florida
32348 (850) 584-6113.

Notice of Public Hearing
Hearing: December 11, 2012
Subject of Hearing: Revision to
School Board Policy #7.23 Sick
Leave.
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF
TAYLOR COUNTY WILL HOLD A
PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ABOVE
DATE FOR APPROVAL OF SAID
HEARING ITEM. THE PUBLIC IS
INVITED TO ATTEND TO EXPRESS
THEIR OPINIONS/CONCERNS. THE
PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD
AT:
The Administrative Complex,
School Board Meeting Room
318 North Clark Street, in Perry @
6:00 p.m.
A copy of this policy may be
obtained from the
Superintendent's Office.
Paul E. Dyal
Superintendent of Schools

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5 million bracelets honored POWs, MIA


WAITING
Continued from page 1
bomb the trucks in the dark
with no lights.
That was the last anyone
heard from the pair.
Dove was 26. Squire was
36.
Back in the United States,
a group of Los Angeles,
Calif., college students
wanted to raise awareness
of the plight of prisoners
of war (POWs) and those
missing in action (MIA).
They came up with the
idea to distribute bracelets,
based on a design given to


L.J
Dawn Viola Taylor
with Dove's bracelet.


soldiers by hill tribesmen in
Vietnam.
Borrowing money and
materials, they were able
to produce around 1,200
bracelets, stamped with
the name, rank and date of
disappearance of POWs and
MIAs
Soon the group, Voices
In Vital America (VIVA),
was receiving thousands of
requests per day, ultimately
distributing nearly live
million bracelets.
In 1973, when U.S.
prisoners of war were
released from Vietnam,
Dove's family awaited
word, but none came.
In April of that year,
he was officially declared
killed in action by the
Department of Defense. A
memorial service was held,
but there was no body and
no clear answers of what
had happened to him.
Meanwhile. Taylor
continued to wear the
bracelet emblazoned with
his name, only aware that
she hadn't been told he had
come home.
That didn't keep her from
looking for information
about the man she didn't
know.
"Every since there was
an internet, I have looked
for information about Capt.


Jack Dove, but I never could
lind anything," she says.
She continlm'd to wear the
bracelets up until about two
years ago, when it grew too
uncomfortable to type with
it on.
Then a few months ago,
she was watching a program
on the History Channel
about Vietnam and it
sparked her curiosity to look
once again online.
This time, she found what
she'd been looking for.
Answers.
It turned out that the
Dove family had finally
received their own answers
in 1995.
A joint U.S./Vietnamese
excavation had discovered
the site of Dove's
crashed plane in 1992
and repatriated the group
remains found there for
examination.
A few artifacts were
discovered, but it would
take a lab analysis to
confirm the identities of
those found.
On July 7, 1995, the Dove
family was formally notified
that their husband and father
was finally home, 28 years
after he was lost in Vietnam.
They also learned that Dove
most likely died quickly
from the crash.
A month later, Dove and

W .-- iW


Squire were honored during
a ceremony at Arlington
National Cemetery,
where their remains were
buried.
Taylor found all of
this online, and then
decided to seek out the
family herself, eventually
finding Ginger and Jill on
Facebook.
"I found out that two other
people with his bracelet had
contacted the family as well,
and one of them had sent
Jill her father's bracelet. I
offered to send her mine,
but she said I could keep it,"
Dawn says.
She adds that she and Jill
plan to meet in January,
completing the connection
that had linked their
families across decades
and miles that began
with a tiny piece of metal
coveted by a live-year-old
girl.

Although VIVA closed its
doors in 1975, POW/MIA
bracelets are still available
through the National League
of POW/MIA Families.
For more information,
visit online at http://www.
pow-miafamilies.org.
If you have a POW/MIA
bracelet and would like to
discover more information
about the person whose


name it contains, you
can mail: Defense POW/
Missing Persons Office,
ATTN: Public Affairs


2400 Defense, Pentagon,
Washington, DC 20301-
2400.


Capt. Jack Dove was 26 years old when he was
reported missing in action in Vietnam. He left
behind a wife and children, including a one-year-
old daughter.


Suspect pled guilty to filing


more than 360 fraudulent


returns seeking millions


Members of the Taylor County JROTC presided over a
ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park Monday.


flag-changinc


Honor a veteran's service


by'being good Americans'


PATRIOTIC
Continued from page 1
JROTC.
Hundreds of students,
veterans and their loved
ones gathered in the high
school gymnatorium to
pay tribute to veterans both
living and dead.
JROTC LTC (R) Senior
Army Instructor John J.
DeVillez noted that TCHS is
the only high school to hold
a Veterans Day ceremony
and "what an honor that is."
He recognized the family


of the late Charles Sessions,
who with Col. (R) David
Ammons, is considered "the
godfathers of the JROTC
program at Taylor County
High School."
He also admonished
students to show their
respect for the ceremony,
adding to those who
were talking during the
presentation of colors
and the national anthem:
"You have members of the
greatest generation here
among you today. How do
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Commissioner Pam Feagle and former
commissioner Frank Russell were among the
volunteers serving lunch at Forest Capital Park.


tread on their colors?"
He then introduced
winners of the Voices o
Democracy contest, wh(
read their entries for the
audience to hear.
"We had 500 entrie:
submitted for this contest
and I would like to than
the English department
for helping get such grea
participation," DeVille;
said.
This year's contest theme
was "Is Our Constitution
Still Relevant?"
Representatives front
local veterans organizations
presented cash awards to the
contest winners, who wil
now advance to the district
level competition.
DeVillez closed the
ceremony by stating, "I
you want to ,show you
appreciation to a veteran
for their service, then live
.your lives and be gooc
Americans. Do not waste
the freedoms they sacrificed
for you to gain."
Following the ceremony
veterans and supporter
adjourned to Veterans
Memorial Park where
JROTC members presided
over a flag-changing
ceremony. The family
of Command Sgt. Majo
Charles Sessions presented
his burial flag to be raise
over the park.
Afterward, hundreds
gathered at Forest Capita
Park for the 2012 Veterans
Day Celebration hosted by
the Taylor County Board o
Commissioners.
Retired Col. Izzy Rommes
was the special gues
speaker and entertainment
was provided by Mikey
Abrahams.


$2.4 MILLION FRAUD
Continued from page 1
21. Tabitha Ann Bass, 33,
Genetris Carmine Jones,
25, Latosha Dawn Glover,
32, Gregory Antonio
Clayton. 30, and Willie
James Coachman, 67,
of Jasper--stealing the
identities of both living and
dead individuals both here
and out-of-town.
Seven of the suspects
pled guilty to conspiring
to prepare and file more
than 350 fraudulent federal
g income tax returns between
2008 and 2011. seeking
more than $2.4 million in
tax refunds.
The conspirators created
fraudulent returns using
taxpayer identification
numbers and other personal
identifying information
stolen from both living
and deceased individuals,
as well as wholly
d fictitious information
f such as employer names,
o names of dependents
e and tax withholding
amounts.
s The Perry Police
t Department (PPD) initiated
k the investigation-
t which ultimately led to a
t 116-count indictment
z against the suspects. Det.
Dwight Norris said the
e investigation remains
n ongoing and encourages
anyone with additional
n information to contact him
s at (850) 584-5121 (callers
e may remain anonymous).
1 Now incarcerated at a
t federal detention camp
in Coleman (Fl.), Loretta
e Glover has written an open
f letter to both her victims and
r co-defendants expressing
n regret for her actions.
e "Please accept my
d heartfelt apologies and I
e hope that after time passes
d you will be able to forgive
me.
"1 am currently


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incarcerated and will be
for a long time to come. I
have had some opportunity
to reflect on the things that
I have done to be in this
position, 1 am currently a
heartbroken woman who
has made some extremely
wrong choices in life and
as the time goes by I have
to deal with all the pain and
hurt 1 have caused.
"The crimes that I have
committed now face me and
I am faced with extreme
regret and I wish by some
miracle that I could change
the things that I have done.
Unfortunately I cannot.
"Everyday that passes I
seek forgiveness from God
and my God is a loving
and forgiving God and as a
father forgives his child so
will my father in heaven.
I I


Loretta L. Glover
The people I have hurt in all
this I can only pray and beg
for their forgiveness.
"To the victims whose
identity I stole unseen and
seen I apologize for the
hurt, pain and confusion I
caused in your life by taking
your personal information
to benefit myself by filing
false tax returns. I would
like to ask the son of the
late Mrs. Louise Dickey to
forgive me for the problems
that I caused him to endure.
To The United States
of America courts, the
government, the attorneys,
state prosecutors and all


the agents who investigated
my. case, please accept my
apologies, for the money
I took from the judicial
system and your time please
forgive me. To my country
that I love and am proud of,
please forgive me.
"To all my co-
defendants, Tabitha Bass,
Henry Clayton, Gregory
Clayton, Melissa Clayton,
Willie Coachman, Latisha
Glover, Tashiekia Jackson
and Genitris Jones, I ask
for your forgiveness and
understanding. I apologize
for being part of the reason
you are no longer with your
loved ones who need you,
your families and children.
To my friends I apologize
for letting you down.
"To the Taylor County
Police Department, the
detectives, law enforcement
officers and the courts,
I apologize for taking
your time and money. To
my mother and father.
I apologize for the
embarrassment, shame,
hurt and pain I caused you
through all of this.
"As I lay on my bed
behind these prison walls
thinking and tossing around
I am forced to confront what
I did and all of the people I
have hurt, pain confusion
and problems that I have
caused, it was great. While
committing these crimes I
was thinking that because I
was not physically hurting
anyone that it was not
that bad, but after deep
thinking and many restless
nights 1 now understand
the severity of my crimes
and the damunage I caused to
everyone involved."
Glover concluded. "1
put myself at your mercy
and ask for forgiveness
from you. please find it in
your heart to forgive me
and accept my apology for
the wrong things I have
done."


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Bulldogs improve


to 2-0 following


6-0 Hamilton win


The Taylor County I light
boys socccr ealc sIhut
out district for Hamilton
County 0-0) here Saturday to
jump out to a 2-0 record for
the season.
The Bulldogs went up
I-0 at the half on a free
kick from outside the box
by .ustin Folsom. Folsom
scored four more times in

Incumbents

prevail in D.C.

Taylor County's
representatives in
Washington, D.C., will
remain the same after U.S.
Rep. Steve Southerland and
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
both fended off challenges
during the Nov. 6 General
Election.
President Barack Obama
also won a second term,
although Republican
candidate Mitt Romney
carried Taylor County with
68.44 percent of the vote.
Locally, Romney received
6.237 votes compared to
Obama's 2,749. Libertarian
Party candidate Gary
Johnson received the most
votes among the third-party
and independent challengers
with 61., while actress
Roseanne Barr, running
on the Peace and Freedom
ticket, received 23 votes.
Meanwhile, Republican
Senate challenger Connie
Mack carried Taylor with
53.56 percent of the votes
over Democratic incumbent
Nelson, who in turn won
the statewide vote with
55.1 percent. Nelson won
the race by more than one
million votes. He was first
elected in 2000, replacing
Mack's father, who had
retired.
In the race for Florida's
Second Congressional
District. Southerland easily
carried Taylor County, 68.50
percent to 31.31 percent,
over Democrat challenger
Al Lawson. He pulled off
a much narrower victory
across the district 52.82
percent to 47.18 percent.
Southerland received a total
of 174,957 votes.


the second half on assists
by Jonathan Collins and
Shain Cormack. lie scored
another goal unassisted
and had yet another free
kick that hit the right upper
corner of the net.
Jonathan Thomas added
a sixth goal in the last five
minutes on an assist from
freshman Justin Welch.
TCHS Goalkeeper Justin
Cruse had little work to do
as the defense played solid
all game. Cruse recorded 3
saves on the day.
Taylor County was
scheduled to host Rickards
on Tuesday before
traveling to face Godby this
Thursday.


Shop Early ..
For
Christmas,
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Perry Drapery &
Gift Shop has...
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*Furniture
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Crystal
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Blinds Verticals
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FREE Estimates
Perry Drapery
& Gift Shop
Downtown Perry
584-6818
Open Mon. Sat.


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Taylor County's Noah Blanco (2) hits a header during action Saturday against Hamilton County.
Coming in to help are John Collins (14), Justin Folsom (4) and Gavin Lewis (9).



Join us Thursday, Nov. 15




S2441 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
1* Perry, FL 32348

(800) 763-4589

(850) 584-6178


Enter for a chance to win an all-new
2013 Ford Fusion, courtesy of Ford Credit.
O *Participate and Timberland Ford will make a donation to the 4-H Backpack Food Program.
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and you could win a VIP experience to the show.


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join us at Timberland Ford this Thurs. from 5 to 7 p.m.
for a spectacular nationwide event to introduce the
all-new 2013 Ford Fusion

Timberland Ford will match donations to
the 4-H Backpack Food Program

Homemade Hamburgers and Hotdogs will be served

*Ford will contribute $10 per registered guest up to a maximum of $500. This donation will be matched by Timberland Ford.
**No purchase necessary. Complete rules available at .I, ,t'of l'h idifoidlight..,.
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