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Taco times
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Taylor County times
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Perry Fla
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July 10, 2013
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Began in 1961.
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Published on Wednesday.
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Description based on: 22nd year, no. 27 (Apr. 11, 1984).

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University of Florida
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oclc - 10649452
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issn - 0747-2358
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By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI Staff writer Bleeding from a shotgun wound to his shoulder and struggling to breathe through a collapsed lung, David Spees said he could only watch as his older brother, Lee Spees Jr., lay on his back and begged Paul McNutt to spare his life Please dont shoot me no more, Paul. Im done. Im down. My brother was crawling. Trying to get away. Paul pulled the 9 mm from his back and started shooting at my brother again. I started to run, fell down and then just played dead. He had stopped shooting at my brother when he saw me move and started shooting at me. I tried to not to move because I didnt know if he was coming after me, hunting me. Spees couldnt say how long he stayed on the ground, crumpled facedown with both arms crossed in front of him. What he did remember clearly was: the smell of the dirt lling his nose, asking responding ofcers to let him get up so he could help his father and his brother, and being loaded into an ambulance with his brother lying with his back towards him. I put my hand on his shoulder and told him I was messed up, and told him I loved him. He mumbled he loved me. Those were the last words my brother said. Such extreme emotional eyewitness testimony set the stage Tuesday, Sept. 24, for the week-long doublemurder trial of 70-year-old Paul McNutt, who contends he acted in self-defense when he shot and killed Lee Spees Sr. and his son, Lee Jr., in the waning daylight hours of Dec. 5, 2011. Jury selection in the case took nearly seven hours Monday, with a four-man, two-woman jury being seated shortly before 4 p.m. (Two alternates, both men, were also selected to serve.) Opening statements got underway Tuesday morning, with Assistant State Attorney John Weed honing in on the graphic details of the shooting: Building off of last years successful campaign, the Taylor County United Way ofcially kicked off its 2013-14 fund-raising season with an ambitious but achievable goal of $285,000. Campaign Chairman Mark Wiggins announced the goal at the United Ways kick-off breakfast held Tuesday morning at Taylor Senior Citizens Center. Joining him were about 40 community members and representatives from many of the United Ways 22 participating agencies. Wiggins began his opening address by stating that Campaign Associate Glenda Hamby approached him the rst day he took ofce as Taylor County tax collector about starting a United Way campaign in his ofce. I think United Way is very important, he said. For virtually nothing, you can feed a family. With the backpack program, its about $5 to feed a family of four for the weekend. Its quarters, its dimes, its nickels and youre making a big difference. If Plant It, Grow It, Eat ItTaylor County Extension will host two free Plant It, Grow It, Eat It gardening workshops Thursday, Sept. 26, at 12 noon and 6 p.m. Learn more about gardening, planting and harvesting during the fall and winter months, organizers said. RSVP by today (Wednesday) at 12 noon. The workshops will be held at Forest Capital Hall, located at 203 Forest Park Dr.Distinguished Young Women Program set for Oct. 5The 2013 Florida Forest Festival Distinguished Young Women Program will be held Saturday, Oct. 5, at 6 p.m. at Forest Capital Hall. The entry fee is $5.Lee to speak at library on MondayAuthor Ashton Lee will be the featured guest at the Friends of the Taylor County Public Library program on Monday, Sept. 30. Lee is the author of The Cherry Cola Book Club. The program will begin at 5:30 p.m.; the community is invited to attend.Poker Run rolls out this SaturdayAMVET Riders of Perry will host a Poker Run this Saturday, Sept. 28, starting at 11 a.m. Scheduled stops include: Outzs Too in Newport, SkyBox Sports Bar on Crawfordville Highway and Captain Seaniles on Crawfordville Highway. The nal stop will be back at Outzs Too for a chicken dinner and live music featuring the band Alibi. Hands are $10 each and include dinner. Additional activities include rafes, a 50/5 drawing and live auction. Registration will be held at the clubhouse (107 East Green Street) or riders may join the group at any stop. For more information, please call (954) 695-2978.Food distribution planned FridayA food distribution will be held at Jerkins Community Center this Friday, Sept. 27, from 8 a.m. to noon.Dont forget to SMILE!Entries are now being accepted for the 58th annual Florida Forest Festival Baby Photo Contest. The deadline to enter is Friday, Oct. 11. Entries should be turned in at Photos & Frames (located at 102 E. Main Street). Entry fees are $9. Winners will be announced Saturday, Oct. 12. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes 50 One Section52nd year, No. 38www.perrynewspapers.comWednesdaySeptember 25, 2013 Index Editorial . .................. A-2 Community . .............. A-3 Living . ...................... A-4 Sports . ..................... A-6 Religion . ................... A-7 Classieds . .............. A-8Weather Wednesday 85 7260% Thursday89 7220% News Forum MURDER TRIAL Paul McNutt Lee Spees Sr. Lee Spees Jr. Eyewitness testimony lled with details Please dont shoot me no more The 2013 Taylor County United Way Campaign and Chairman Mark Wiggins announced a fundUnited Way sets $285,000 goal Please see page 5 County to seek CDBG funds for housing rehab The Taylor County Commission is looking to apply for a $750,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to fund low-income housing improvements. The commission held the rst of two public hearings on the grant last week, and listened to a presentation on the CDBG program from Kathy Baker of Jordan & Associates, which the county contracted with to administrate CDBG applications. The CDBG program has four categories, including housing, neighborhood revitalization, commercial revitalization and economic development. Housing projects include rehabilitation of housing or publicly-owned properties and demolition of dilapidated housing and the relocation of residents to replacement housing. Neighborhood revitalization projects include a variety of neighborhood improvements such as utility and drainage, paving, sidewalks, lighting and more. Commercial revitalization projects provide funding for improvements of downtown commercial districts to promote business in areas where there is a general decline in commercial activity. Economic development grants provide funding on a 50/50 public and private investment to generate business activity through the creation of new jobs to Florida. Unlike the other categories, which feature set application periods, economic development grants can be applied for throughout the year. Additionally, applying for a grant in one of the other three categories does not disqualify the county for applying for a economic development grant later. According to County Grants Coordinator Melody Cox, it was staffs recommendation to apply for a housing grant. Earlier this summer, the county learned it was receiving $350,000 in Board nalizes 2013-14 budgetThe Taylor County Commission nished its second budget hearing Monday evening, nalizing its 2013-14 budget, which totals $41.3 million. The commission began its second of two hearings on Monday, Sept. 16, but was forced to continue this week due to an advertising error. Once again, no one from the public was present for the hearing and the commission quickly approved its nal property tax millage rates and budget.Please see page 5 Please see page 5 on opposite sides of the aisle.Please see page 10

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A-3 Taco Times September 25, 2013 Community Music lovers, this is your weekend. The newly revamped Pickin in the Pines Music Festival will feature a variety of music, ranging from folk to jazz, as well as a new sound bluegrass organizers guarantee will satisfy your music craving. A limited number of free tickets for the event, courtesy of Timberland Ford and the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, are available. General admission tickets for the two-day event are $15 (for both days). Grammy-nominated Jubals Kin will headline the music festival, bringing their Appalachia-infused Cosmic Americana sound to Forest Capital Park. The line-up also includes Delta Reign, High Cotton, Ernie Evans & the Florida State Bluegrass Band, the Tallahassee Fiddlers and Mickey Abraham & the Acoustic Messengers. The music will begin Friday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m. and continue through Saturday night, Sept. 28. The festival will also feature arts and craft vendors as well as concessions. On-site camping is available for $25 per site per night (water and electricity only). Dry camping is available for $10 per night. Space is limited. For more information, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 584-5366. Musical line-up has something for everyone Jubals Kin Delta Reign FL State Bluegrass Band PICKIN IN THE PINES MUSIC FESTIVAL Friday 2 p.m. Mickey Abraham & the Acoustic Messengers 3 p.m. Delta Reign 4 p.m. Jubals Kin 5 p.m. Dinner break 6 p.m. High Cotton 7 p.m. Mickey Abraham & the Acoustic Messenger 8 p.m. Ernie Evans & the Florida State Bluegrass Band Saturday 12 p.m. High Cotton 1 p.m. Tallahassee Fiddlers 2 p.m. Mickey Abraham & the Acoustic Messengers 3 p.m. Delta Reign 4 p.m. Jubals Kin 5 p.m. Dinner break 6 p.m. High Cotton 7 p.m. Ernie Evans & the Florida State Bluegrass Band 8 p.m. Delta Reign 9 p.m. Jubals Kin Cash prizes will be awarded in the rst Country Kitchen Competition to be held in conjunction with this weekends Pickin in the Pines Music Festival. Taylor Countys best cooks are invited to enter jams, jellies, pickles, pies and cakes for judging. Free festival tickets will be given to all competition participants. Entry forms are available at the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce. For more information, please call (850) 584-5366. Win cash prizes for your best pie, cake or pickles High Cotton the Acoustic Messengers Tallahassee Fiddlers

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A-4 Taco Times September 25, 2013 Living Saturday wedding Brittney Browning and Shannon Wirick Jr. announce their forthcom ing marriage on Saturday, Sept. 28, at 6 p.m. at 6345 NW Little Cat Road in Madison (Madison 429). The bride-to-be is the daughter of Brenda Pickles Browning, and Michael and Brandi Browning of Madison. The prospective groom is the son of Leann and Shannon Wirick Sr. of Lee. All friends and family members are cordially invited to attend. Willz McClamma, Vonda Kay WhiddonWhiddon, McClamma to exchange vows in January of New YearMr. and Mrs. Von Whiddon announce the engagement of their daughter, Vonda Kay, to Willz McClamma, the son of Wilber and Linda McClamma. The couple will be married on Jan. 11, 2014, at 4 p.m.in CrossPoint Baptist Fellowship. All friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. Demps & Anderson to marryThe Demps and Anderson Families announce the engagement of Felisa S. Demps and John E. Anderson. A private wedding ceremony for the couple is planned. Formal invitations will be issued. FOR OCT. 5LevingstonRoss-Lashley reunion setColumbia Southern University recently awarded Jesscia Lynn Morgan a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology with the academic honor of cum laude. The degree was conferred Aug. 15. She is the daughter of Jamie Cooper Williams (Jeff) of Lawtey and Joseph Morgan of Perry. Grandparents are Wayne and Doris Putnal, and Norma Kinsey of Perry. The new graduate, who now resides in Phoenix, Ariz., graduated from Union County High School in 2009. She earned an Associate of Arts degree from Lake City Community College. Morgan plans to continue her education by seeking a Masters degree from Arizona State University. Morgan graduates from Columbia Southern University on August 15The annual LevingstonRoss-Lashley Family Reunion is planned for Saturday, Oct. 5, at Forest Capital Park. Family members and friends, too, are encouraged to attend. Lunch will be served at 12 noon. Paper pates and cups will be provided. If you require additional information about the reunion, please contact Hettie Carter at 850-5847832. Come to a LuaHowl...for PAWS Get out your grass skirts and Hawaiian shirts because PAWS (Pets Are Worth Spaying) will host its annual fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 5, at Steinhatchee Landing, beginning at 5 p.m. Last years tropical LuaHowl theme was such a success we are going back to the islands again for this years fund-raiser, organizers said. There will be a luscious Polynesian luau dinner served, catered by Chef J.R. of Mamas Italian Restaurant in Perry. Afterwards there will be a live auction. A rafe and silent auction are also planned. Seating is limited to 120 guests; the cost is $20 a person or $30 a couple. There will be a cash bar. Tickets can be purchased from any PAWS member or by calling Nancy Conrad at (352) 498-7895. PAWS is a non-prot organization that helps owners spay and neuter their pets preventing strays and unwanted animals.

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A-7 Taco Times September 25, 2013 Religion Singspiration service planned Sunday at Lakeside Popcorn Gang spotlighted The youth puppet ministry, The Popcorn Gang, will make a special appearance Sunday during the Singspiration service at Lakeside Baptist Church. The event begins at 7 p.m., featuring a variety of upbeat songs of praise and worship. The community is cordially invited. Hendry speaks to women Karen Hendry will be the keynote speaker for a Womens Conference planned at the Perry Womans Club on Saturday, Sept. 28, sponsored by the Womens Ministry of Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship. Prayer, Praise, Promises and Power will be discussed during the event which includes a continental breakfast as well as lunch. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.; the conference begins at 9. There is no charge for this event, said June Byers. We urge all women in the community to gather for great fellowship and inspirational worship. We Are Blessed begins ThursdayRadical Nation Temple of Deliverance Church will hold a womens conference, We Are Blessed, Sept. 26-28. The church hopes the conference will become an annual event. Apostle Corey L. Neal is host pastor; speakers will include M. Dupree (Thursday-Friday) and Apostle B. McIver (Saturday). Morning Manna will be offered Thursday through Saturday at 6 a.m. Union Street welcomes 3 speakers Rodney McKinley, pastor of Northside Church of God, will lead off three nights of revival at Union Street Church of God where the Rev. Connie Mote is pastor. McKinley will speak tonight, Sept. 25. Isaiah E. Johnson Sr. of Eighth Street Church of God in Ocala will be the Thursday speaker, with Umah Miller of Port Salerna speaking on Friday. All services begin at 7:30 p.m. The church is located at 701 W. Union Street. The community is invited to attend. Obituaries Tallahassee; her brother and sister-in-law, Handin and Ava Jean Dorman of Perry; and her sister, Thelma Slaughter of Perry. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 12 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Homes, Apalachee Parkway Chapel. Interment followed at Roselawn Cemetery. Family members received friends an hour prior to service from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. Kelly Laverne DurdenKelly Laverne Durden, a native of Perry, died Sept. 14, 2013, at the age of 82 in Destin after extended health problems. He was born June 10, 1931, to Jesse James Durden and Annie Bell Hood Durden. He was a retired body and fender specialist. When he was young, he worked at the Ed Linton Car dealership. Then entered the U.S. Navy and returned to Perry. He later moved to Defuniak Springs. Mr. Durden was preceded in death by: his parents; his sister, Elizabeth Durden Gunter and her husband Luther E. Gunter; his brother, Charles (Mac) Durden and his sons, Jimmy and Donald Ivey. Mr. Durden is survived by his wife of 42 years, Louise Nobles Durden; daughters, Desiree (Chris) Brynes, Sondra (Gary) Sims and Beth (Larry) Sloan; sons, Henry (Leritha) Burgess and Ricky Ivey; brothers, James Buster (Frances) Durden and James Dub (Virgina) Cruce; a sister, Carolyn J. Durden Williams; and a host of grandchildren, great-grand children, nieces and nephews.Doyle R. PadgettDoyle R. Randy Padgett, 62, of Perry, died Sept. 21, 2013, at his residence in Perry. He was born Dec. 19, 1950, in Perry, to Doyle and Janie (Ward) Padgett. Mr. Padgett, a member of Charity Baptist Church, was a private pilot and enjoyed ying his own airplane. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Dianne (Lipscomb) Padgett, Perry; his parents, Doyle Padgett and Janie Padgett; a son Josh (Kenya) Padgett of Perry; three grandchildren, Jordan, Brenton and Noah Padgett; and one sister, Ruth Ann Whiteld. Funeral services were held Monday, Sept. 23, at 4 p.m. at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home with Pastor Jason Holden ofciating. Interment followed in Pineview Memorial Cemetery. The family received friends one hour prior to the funeral on Monday, September 23, 2013 at Burns which was in charge of all arrangements. (Continued from page 5)

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