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By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI Staff writer One of the rst things friends will tell you about Paul McNutt is that he is not a monster. Taking the stand in his defense, McNutts daughter, Cheryl Moore described her father as patient, giving he never spanked us as children. He never raised a hand to anybody. I never heard him raise his voice. But on Dec. 5, 2011--in the space of less than 60 seconds--McNutt committed a monstrous act that shattered the lives of two families forever. Both his family and the family of his victims have tried to put the pieces of their lives back together since that dark day nearly two years ago. However their success has been measured in small increments at best, because looming in the background was the specter of a public trial where each would have to relive the events of that day--the men and women who witnessed the destruction rsthand and the relatives of the man who never once denied pulling the trigger. Rising tides of emotions swelled on both sides of the aisle during three long days of testimony. Those emotions reached a breaking point when the four-man, two-woman jury returned its verdict shortly before 5:30 p.m. Thursday. The 71-year-old McNutts fate was once again decided in a turn of time that lasted less a minute with the pronouncement of guilty to the charges of rst degree murder for the deaths of Lee Spees Sr. and Lees Spees Jr., and the attempted murder of David Spees. Sentencing in the case was just as swift when Judge Greg Parker imposed the mandatory life sentences that the rst degree murder convictions carried. The judgment for count three of the indictment attempted rst degree murderwas academic, McNutts attorney Cliff Davis said when Parker queried as to any sentencing requests. Given Mr. Pauls age and health, what you give on count three is academic, Davis said. McNutt was ultimately given a 35-year prison sentence for the charge, to run consecutive with the two life terms. Accepting the sentence with the same lack of expression he had shown throughout the trial, McNutt declined to make any statements to the court. As he was being led away in handcuffs, he turned to Davis and thanked him. You done what you could, McNutt said. Elsewhere in the Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes 50 One Section52nd year, No. 39www.perrynewspapers.comWednesdayOctober 2, 2013 Index Living . ...................... A-4 Editorial . .................. A-6 Religion . ................... A-7 Sports . ..................... A-8 Classieds . .............. A-9 Community . ............ A-10Weather Wednesday 89 64 Thursday87 6420% Candidate #1 Brittany Stalans Candidate #2 Jessica Welch Candidate #3 Annsley Bohlman Candidate #4 MaKenzie Cannon Motown Madness will shimmy on stage Saturday, Oct. 5, for the 2013 Florida Forest Festival Distinguished Young Women (DYW) program at Forest Capital Hall, stating at 6 p.m. Four Taylor County High School seniors will compete for the title of Taylor Countys Distinguished Young Woman. This years theme is Motown Madness and weve had so much fun with the music and choreography. Just the fact that teenagers born in the 1990s are still familiar with The Temptations is a testament to the music of Motown and its era. There are only four girls competing this year so the program itself will be concluded by 7:30 p.m., but I can promise that this hourand-a-half is packed full of nostalgia and pizzazz. We want to invite everyone to come out, support the ladies, and I dare anyone to try and sit still in their seat when they hear and see what we have in store. Our group may be small, but theyre mightyjust like Motown, Co-Chair Tonya WilliamsBenziger said. MainStreet Perry Director Tracey Smith will serve as Mistress of Ceremonies for the program. Special entertainment will be provided by last years DYW winners, Molly Wilson and Megan Huyck. Casey Copeland will also perform. Admission is just $5 and 4 vie for DYW title Please see page 3 Chase ends with head-on crash director for 4-H Camp Ocala, located in the Ocala National Forest near Best week of their livesBy MARK VIOLA Staff writer Fall has arrived and for most students, summer vacation is now just a eeting memory. But for a group of children who spent a week this past summer at Camp Corral hosted by 4-Hs Camp Ocala, their memories will last much longer. Former Taylor County resident Sarah Whiteld, who has been the resident director at Camp Ocala for the past year and a half, says all of the work 4-H does is important, but to her, one of the most important activities is this six-day Camp Corral. That is because the 133 campers who attended this year have a common experience that, fortunately, most children their age do not share. Every one of them have has had a parent who was either wounded, disabled or killed in military service to their country. They have a life experience that you or I have no idea about, Whiteld said. To imagine having a parent coming back different, emotionally changed or not coming back at all. Receiving generous support from Golden Corral, Camp Corral started in North Carolina and partnered with 4-H to help provide the camps needed for the program. Since then, it has expanded to 18 locations from coast to coast across the United States. Camp Ocala and Whiteld became involved in summer 2012 when representatives contacted Floridas 4-H about expanding into the state. Suspects led law enforcement ofcers on a 30-mile chase that reached speeds of 100 miles per hour and ended with a head-on collision targeting a sheriffs patrol car late Thursday, Sept. 26. Perry Police Department (PPD) ofcers were rst dispatched to Old Mexico Restaurant around 7:30 p.m. in reference to three vehicles that had been burglarized. Owners of the vehicles said they routinely park their vehicles at the restaurant, go for a run and then dine together. However when they returned from their run Thursday night, they discovered that all three of their vehicles passenger side front windows had been knocked out and several items stolen, including purses, wallets, cash and credit cards. Ofcers were still processing the scene when one of the victims reported that a charge at Walgreens had just been placed on one of her stolen cards. An interview with store personnel revealed that a woman used a credit card Please see page 12 Florida Department of Corrections Monday, Sept. Court Annie Mae Murphy, right, reads the guilty sentencing. Please see page 2 The community is rallying to help a family in need after their home was destroyed by a re Sunday evening, Sept. 29. An account has been set up at Capital City Bank for Monroe and Amber Morgan, who lost everything in the blaze. The couple have two small children. Anyone wishing to donate items should contact New Home Baptist Church.Home a total loss for victims of rePlease see page 3 McNutt verdict brings relief to victims, sorrow to family Please see page 12

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A-2 Taco Times October 2, 2013 courtroom, family and friends on both sides wrapped their arms around one another for comfort. There were no expressions of elation from the Spees family, simply a collective sigh of relief that this particular phase of their nightmare was nally over. On the McNutt side, his daughter and son were left to watch as their father was ngerprinted and once again placed in shackles. The mild manner McNutt displayed throughout the trial was in direct contrast to his uninching actions of Dec. 5, 2011--actions that Assistant State Attorney John Weed documented in great detail in his closing statement to the jury. This is murder, plain and simple, he said before bringing the scene to life not only through words, but also eyewitness video recordings and 911 calls. The sound of the initial three shotgun blasts was unmistakable in the one video. It was just a matter of three or four seconds. Then, 31 seconds later the amount of time for Mr. McNutt to walk across the easement...another shot. The fourth shot sounds like the rst three. Lee Spees Jr. is begging for his life while hes laying on the ground bleeding. Then, seven seconds later, you hear several more shots, this time its the 9 mm going off. He is just shooting it off as quickly as he can. The denition of rst degree murder is deciding to kill someone and then doing so. Mr. McNutt walked to his home, armed himself and then shot-shot-shot. Thirty seconds later, he was shooting again. He decided to kill and he did so, Weed said. Looking to counter Weeds argument, defense attorney Davis said the evidence in this case is somewhat simple. This attaches to one event that took place over the span of 30-40 minutes. There were times (of the disagreement) not shown on the video. One group had a number of family members to survive (to testify). Mr. McNutt lost some of the members of his family with the death of his wife (Diane McNutt). Since his wife had died, if he were a dishonest man, he would have had a memory recovery. He would have told you what he could clearly remember in the framework of the evidence. But he didnt do that. They are saying this man killed two people and maimed another for tearing down a fence. But this day was different. The state would have you believe his actions were simply over (the act) of them (the Spees) tearing down a fence. But this was not a typical day. Mr. McNutt did not start nor is there any evidence he was involved in the argument that led to this case. Diane came in from work. She gets over on their side of the property and starts yap, yap, yapping. You dont see Mr. McNutt involved. He is just standing there holding his dog. Diane McNutt was accosted by Lee Spees Jr. (His brother) David comes out thinking he might need a witness. Oddly enough, the video does not show anyone tearing up a fence. What it does show is Diane McNutt and her mouth going and going. There was a dispute. It was very heated on both sides with the two women (Diane McNutt and David Spees ance) threatening to ght. She was being outmaneuvered 5 to 1, like a deer being circled by a pack of coyotes. Mr. McNutt cant hear too well, but he can see and he can read body language. Nobody was talking about a fence at that pointHe (McNutt) starts to feel a seizure coming on because this (situation) was not like the 40 times beforePaul McNutt was afraiddid he have a reasonable belief she (his wife) was in imminent danger? If you nd he had a reasonable belief to fear for his wife, then you must nd him not guilty, Davis concluded. In rebutting Davis defense, Weed shared these parting words with the jury: When Mr. McNutt shot, what was happening or about to happen? Nothing. The law says there must be an imminent (threat). You just cant start walking up to people and blowing them away. The law does not give you a license to kill. (Above) One video captured the beginning of the argument between Diane McNutt and the Spees family. The verbal disagreement escalated to violence and led to the shooting deaths of Lee Spees Sr. and his son, Lee Spees Jr. A second son, David Spees, was critically injured and has lost the use of one arm. (Left) Evidence markers capture the scattered pattern of 9mm bullets at the scene Road. MCNUTT VERDICT Continued from page 1 McNutt had reasonable belief wife was in imminent danger?

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tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at the Chamber of Commerce. The participants will receive a scholastic score from a panel of scholars and counselors, which is 20 percent of their overall score. On Saturday morning, the judges panel will interview the participants. This is 25 percent of their overall score. During the evening program, participants will compete in three categories: talent (25 percent of overall score), tness (15 percent of overall score) and selfexpression (15 percent of overall score), Co-Chair Sondra Shaw said. The candidates are: Candidate #1 Brittany Stalans The daughter of Jennifer Schmidt and the late Ross Stalans, Brittany plans to attend the University of Florida. Her career goal is to become an abdominal sonographer. She will perform a skit for her talent presentation. Candidate #2 Jessica Welch The daughter of Mary Folsom and Scott Welch, Jessica has plans to attend Auburn University and pursue a degree in chemical engineering. She will sing for her talent performance. Candidate #3 Annsley Bohlman The daughter Brian Bohlman, Annsley has narrowed her college choices to the University of South Florida or the University of Florida. She plans to pursue a career as a professor of English or linguistics. She will perform a euphonium solo for her talent presentation. Candiate #4 MaKenzie Cannon The daughter of Dawn Arnold and Ronald Cannon, MaKenzie has plans to become a pediatric nurse with degrees from North Florida Community College and Florida State University. Her talent presentation will be a vocal skit performance. Taylor Countys Distinguished Young Woman will be a featured guest at all upcoming Florida Forest Festival activities in October.A-3 Taco Times October 2, 2013 Both Taylor County Fire-Rescue and Perry Fire Department responded to the call reporting the re, which came in just before 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29. According to FireRescue, the mobile home, which was located at 1279 Kays Road, was a total loss. Crews remained at the site until 1 a.m. FIRE Continued from page 1 Trucks on scene until 1 a.m. DYW TITLE Continued from page 1 Meet the 2013 candidates... (L to r) Co-Chair Sondra Shaw, Annsley Bohlman, Jessica Welch, Brittany Stalans, MaKenzie Cannon and Co-chair Tonya Williams-Benziger

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A-4 Taco Times October 2, 2013 Living (From left) City Manager Bob Brown, Council members Shirlie Hampton and Mike Deming are pictured with Debra McGrew and Mayor Daryll Gunter, holding a proclamation of domestic violence awareness, along with Cynthia Monroe-Harris and council members Venita Woodfaulk and Don Cook. Saluting the month of October as Domestic Violence Month, Refuge House will host a luncheon, Behind Closed Doors, on Wednesday, Oct. 16, at Sandys Cafe and Gallery, 121 S. Jefferson Street. We invite everyone in the community to participate in this awareness campaign and to honor the women who have survived domestic violence, said Program Director Debra McGrew for Refuge House. We strive to eliminate the conditions which allow such violence to continue. Refuge House is also challenged to provide direct services to battered women and their children, and all sexual assault survivors. McGrew acknowleges the important role that law enforcement plays in a coordinated community response to domestic violence. Ofcers are often the rst ones on the scene and can help connect victims to the areas resources, she said. According to McGrew, 85 percent of domestic violence victims are women. Historically, females have been most often victimized by someone they knew--almost onethird of female homicide victims are killed by an intimate partner. She admits, however, that most cases of domestic violence are never reported to the police. Thats the reason these awareness campaigns are so important. We want to send a strong message of support to those who have been battered, and we want to hold batterers accountable for their crimes. The outreach ofce can be reached at 223-3981 if you wish to speak at the luncheon. Should you require the hotline, please call 584-8808. Behind Closed Doors Luncheon spotlights domestic violence Lepoma dances her way to rst placeDoris Lepoma of Perry took rst place in prociency ratings during the Fred Astaire Dance Studio Gatsby Challenge held recently at the RitzCarlton Hotel in Sarasota. Lepoma was rated as exceptional in the waltz, tango, foxtrot, cha cha, rhumba, East Coast swing and bolero. The challenge drew dancers from the immediate Central Florida region and beyond. Lepoma has performed throughout the state in similar competitions.Levingston-Ross-Lashley reunion slated Saturday The annual Levingston-Ross-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 plates and cups will be provided. If you require additional information about the reunion, please contact Hettie Carter at 850-584-7832.

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A-5 Taco Times October 2, 2013 Pre-register now to run/walk on Oct. 12 Taylor County Elementary School hopes you have marked Oct. 12 on your calendar as its inaugural Trek for Tech is planned at 8 a.m. A 5K Fun Run/(one-mile) walk will lead off an activitylled morning at the school, which concludes with a carnival-like festival from 9-11 a.m. Pre-registration is open now at the school ofce and organizers hope youll take a minute to commit to this event. All TCES and Perry Primary School students run/ walk free. (T-shirts may be purchased for $7.) For Taylor County Middle School and Taylor County High School students, the cost is $10; and other adults, $15. (The cost includes a t-shirt.) With our ongoing emphasis on health and wellness, this is a great family-friendly event. We expect a good turn-out for the walk which begins at 8 a.m., and the fall festival which follows at 9. This Trek for Tech is raising money so we can enhance the technology in our individual classrooms, Principal Chuck Finley said. We now have 25 computers for our computer lab, and thats great. But we only have two computers for each classroom, and wed like to increase that number to four. I am condent our students would benet from these computers, on a daily basis. Finley expresses deep appreciation to the following businesses and individuals who have already made donations for enhancing technology at the school: Ragans Ace Hardware $100 Linda Miles Sales Rep. for Avon $50 Dana Southerland $100 Pounceys Restaurant $100 Debbie Bryson/Pinstripes & Polka Dots $10 Tracey Poppell/Sunrize Stitches $100 Perry Animal Hospital $100 Nuria Radanovich/New Dimensions Fitness $100 Kenya Hooppell/Studio 221, LLC $25 Taylor Gymnastics Cheerleading & Dance $300 Anne Hendry $10 Fronda Sharp $50 Christina Paul $60 Kit Bethea/Three Rivers Hunting Club $100 Kiwanis Club of Perry $100 Jack & Jill Early $100 Goodmans $100 Shane Bethea $100 Miles & Cynthia Nelson $100 Cribbs & Sons, Inc. $100 Donations total $1805. If you wish to make a donation, checks should be payable to Taylor County Elementary School and mailed to 1600 E. Green St., Perry, FL 32347. TCES reports successful open house, APTT Nights as year picks up steamChuck Finley, principal at Taylor County Elementary School, is calling the Sept. 12 open house at Taylor County Elementary School a true success. We love to see our parents and guardians at these events because parent involvement plays a huge role in the success of our children in school, he said. The new principal was also pleased with the launch of APTT Nights. We just completed our rst week of APTT Nights at TCES and had a 400% increase in parent/guardian attendance compared to our rst parent conference night last school year. We were very pleased. Our second round of APTT Nights will take place the week of Nov.11. We hope to continue seeing an increase in parental involvement at our school and truly welcome our parent/guardians to these events. Twins Sikayla and Sikiyla Bradshaw, pictured at left, were among those who gathered at Taylor County Elementary School for Open House.

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A-7 Taco Times October 2, 2013 Religion Students in Taylor County will join others from across the nation on Oct. 9 when Fields of Faith is presented by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Dorsett Stadium. The event gets underway at 7 p.m. Watch for details on the program line-up in upcoming editions.Come to Dorsett Stadium on Oct. 9Lake Bird Methodist observes Homecoming Sunday, Oct. 6Pastor Wallace Holmes invites the community to gather for Homecoming this Sunday at Lake Bird United Methodist Church. Guest speaker for the occasion will be the Rev. Robert Gibbs, district superintendent of the Tallahassee district. We hope members of the community will come to renew past friendships and make new ones, Holmes said. A covered-dish dinner will follow the 11 a.m. service. ObituariesBeverly Howell ParkerMrs. Beverly Howell Parker, 50, of Perry, passed away Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013 at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville following a lengthy battle with cancer. Beverly was born Feb. 11, 1963 in Perry to Walter and Betty (Burroughs) Howell Jr. She was preceded in death by her grandparents Herbert and Grace Burroughs, and Walter and Ola Mae Howell. Mrs. Parker was of the Baptist faith and was a member of Midway Baptist Church in Perry. She was a graduate of Taylor County High School and received an A.A. Degree in General Education from North Florida Junior College. She worked as an administrative assistant for United Welding Services before retiring in 2007 due to medical issues. Her motto was My God is big and my faith is strong. She wanted people to see Christ in her through how she handled the challenges of life and her medical issues. She wrote this statement; I love my God with all my mind, body, and spirit. I love him with every ber of my being. My God has blessed me richly for which Im humbly thankful. I thank God for loving me enough to send Jesus to earth to live, teach, and die for me. His blood covers me and praise God He is alive! In her spare time she enjoyed spending time with her family, shing, reading, and visiting Cedar Key. She is survived by her husband of 32 years, Cla Parker, one son, Rev. Chip Parker, and his wife Leigh Anne, 2 grandsons Haddon and Chasen, all of Mayo, Her parents, Walter A. Howell Jr. and Betty Jo Howell, of Steinhatchee, FL, 3 brothers, Vance Howell, of Perry, Shannon Howell, of Niceville, FL, and Wade Howell, of Defuniak Springs, FL, 1 sister, Cindy Carter, of Nashville, TN, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. today, Oct. 2, at New Home Baptist Church with Bro. Ben Reams ofciating and Bro. Bobby Jo Hires assisting. Interment will follow in Carlton Cemetery. The family received friends from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Burns Funeral Home. In lieu of owers, memorial contributions can be made to the American Diabetes Association or to Midway Baptist Church Technology Project. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. Terri Lee MurphyTerri Lee Murphy died Sept. 23, 2013, in Tallahassee. She was an associate at Walmart. She is survived by: two sons, Sean and Michael Murphy of Perry; two daughters, Katherine Murphy of Oklahoma and Erin Langford of Arkansas; her parents, Frank and Marleen Semas of Perry; four grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Karen Lynn Poppell BlankKaren Lynn Poppell Blank, 66, a longtime resident of Baton Rouge, La., was born in New Orleans, La., on Nov. 26, 1946, and died on Sept. 23, 2013, after a long battle with cancer. Survivors include: a daughter, Vickie (Blank) Bradford and husband Thomas W. Bradford Jr.; a son, John Ogden Blank III and wife Kimberly; and a daughter, Erin (Blank) Sledge. She is also survived by eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a brother, Ronnie Ross Poppell; and a sister, Diane Poppell Savarino; as well as a host of cousins in Louisiana and Florida. She was preceded in death by her parents, John Daniel Poppell and Ruby Faye Shumate Poppell. In accordance with her wishes, there will be no funeral services. She will be inurned in her family plot in Pisgah Cemetery in Perry. Memorial donations in her name may be made to the Mark Bird Perkin Cancer Center or St. Jude Hospital. Minnie Lee Sayers MurrayMinnie Lee Sayers Murray, 97, died Sept. 29, 2013, in Tallahassee. Mrs. Murray was born Dec. 17, 1915, in Perry, to Y. K. and Roxsa Elizabeth Sasser Sayers. Mrs. Murray was the great-granddaughter and granddaughter of Florida pioneer Evan M. Sasser and his son, William Zelodis Sasser. From infancy, she was raised by her paternal aunt and uncle, A. J. and Minnie Lee Sayers Jones. Her uncle, A. J. Jones was a Methodist circuit minister in Taylor County. In later life, she was baptized in the Lake City Church of Christ. Mrs. Murray was a resident of Lake City and St. Petersburg, as well as Tallahassee, for many years. She is survived by: three sons, William F. Fletcher III (Martha) of Panama City, Bobby R. (Jane) Allen of Tallahassee, and Delbert E. (Dianne) Murray Jr. of Leesburg, Ga.; a daughter, Dale Allen (Paul) Moniello of Seaside Heights, N.J.; four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Mrs. Murray was preceded in death by her siblings, Alice Johnson, Dora Tribbick, Rebecca Pridgeon, Ada Lee King, David, Dan, Cary, Simon, Betty and Sadie Mae Sayers, as well as her husbands, William F. Fletcher, Jr., Noah W. Allen and Delbert E. Murray Sr. Visitation will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 5, followed by services at 2 p.m., at Guerry Funeral Home Chapel in Lake City which is in charge of arrangements. Interment will be at Memorial Cemetery, Lake City.

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LS, TFN F or rent.3 bedroom, 1 bath, $500 per month, first last and security. Call (850) 843-8769. 9/27, 10/2 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 lot house in good neighborhood.$750 per month and $200 Security deposit. Call (850) 584-9237 9/27-10/9 New private office with waiting room, conference room, and break room.First floor, downtown P erry.All utilities included, $300 per month.Call (954) 647-5057. 9/25-10/11 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 2nd story apartment.900 sq.feet, near K eaton Beach.$650 per month plus security deposit.Includes utilities, pets extra, references needed.Call (850) 578-2356 or (850) 843-1882. To wn & Country has 1 and 2 bedroom mobile homes available f or rent at $400 per month, $400 deposit.We're also offering a limited number of mobile homes f or "Rent to Own" Take pride in o wnership! Call (850) 584-3095 or (954) 601-7393 for more details. 9/25-10/30 TIDEW A TER AP AR TMENTS Now accepting applications for 2 & 3 bedroom apartments.... Rent based on income.On-site laundry.Most utilities included. Close to shopping centers, city parks, and Boys & Girls Club. Public transportation available. 850-584-6842, TDD 711, EHO. Section 8 Affordable Multifamily Housing. T A, TFN W estgate Rooms available for rent.Refrigerator, microwave, TV with cable, AC/Heater.Everything included.$195$240 weekly, $40 daily, $595-$635 per month. RV sites $20 daily, $120 weekly, $350 monthly.Tax included.1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.(786) 3442546.Lily. 1 bedroom, fully furnished apartment.Utilities included, no pets, no smoking, $200 deposit, $155 weekly.Call (850) 363-8196. 09/27-10/30 STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for rent $600 to $800. Included with rent is full cable t.v., Internet, hot tub, one block to river and new boat landing.Call (352) 498-7740 if no answer call (813) 677-9640. SPR,TFN HOMESANDREALESTATE J acobsen Homes Factory Outlet Guaranteed Lowest Prices in Florida They Sell For The Factory... ...WE ARE THE FACTORY! 3BR/2 BA, Starting @ $235 Per Mo. See The Best Built Homes In FL J acobsen Homes of Lake City Call 386-438-8458. Land for Sale, 221 North between Shiloh Church Rd.and Cairo Pa rk er Rd.1 acre lots with paved roads.Owner financing available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-7466. EF, TFN. REPO'S! Land & Homes.Home only, all counties.Call (352) 4939600.TMH MOBILEHOMES NEVER TITLED 28x56, Jacobsen 4BR/2 BA, Del & Set-Up 3 Models Left, $49,995 Call 386.438.8458. JH,TFN J acobsen Homes Big 4BR/2 BA with Den Del & Set-Up Only $59,995 Call 386.243.8678. 3BR/2 BA, Only $235 Per Mo. Call 386.243.8678. JH, TFN BANK REPO! 2008, Townhome, 32x76 4BR/2 BA, Loaded, Inc's Stainless Appliance Pkg., Gourmet Kitchen, Upgraded Insulation R30, Real Wood Cabinets & Glamor Bath, Save Thousands! Call 386-438-8458. JH, TFN FA CTORY SALE IN PROGRESS J acobsen Homes Factory Outlet Lake City, FL 3BR/2 BA, Only $235 Per Mo. Call 386.243.8678. JH, TFN J acobsen Homes Factory Outlet Guaranteed Lowest Prices in Florida They Sell For The Factory... ...WE ARE THE FACTORY! 3BR/2 BA, Starting @ $235 Per Mo. See The Best Built Homes In FL J acobsen Homes of Lake City Call 386-438-8458. JH, TFN AUTO 1994 Chevy Suburban Silverado. Only 10,000 miles on brand new motor and transmission.New tires, asking $3,800.Call (850) 584-7798 or (850) 838-7791. tfn outdoors P op-up Camper for sale.$2,500 or best offer.727-505-9530 9/20-10/16 19 ft.camper, would be great for hunters.Call 850-584-7459 or 850-838-9178. 10/2-10/11 Looking for a career?? We are seeking Full Time, DEPENDABLE help. Construction/Electrical background/experience a plus! A clean drivers license record & drug test are required. Apply @ the Workforce Mobile Unit or at www.employflorida.com J.J. TFN Advent Christian Village 658-5627 (JOBS) for Current Opportunities. Floridas Oldest Retirement Community Where Excellence & Compassion Come Together. FT Assistant Director of Nursing/Director of Education/161-Bed SNF Long-term care environment with history of excellence and innovation;unrestricted FL RN license required, BSN desired; direct patient care & supervisory/management e xperience strongly preferred; m ust be very organized & computer literate, and have strong desire to teach and good knowledge of Florida and federal L TC regulations. Administrative Assistant FT position for experienced administrative assistant.Must be detail oriented, proficient in MS Office Suite & Internet, organized, pleasant, professional, and have strong customer service & communication skills, including proper phone etiquette.Must have or be eligible for FL Notary Public commission.HSD or equivalent required.AA or office admin certificate preferred and prior e xperience preferred. Generous benefits include health, dental, life, disability, supplemental insurance;403b retirement with matching employer contribution;paid time off), and access to onsite daycare and fitness facilities. Apply in person at Personnel Office (Carter Village Hall) Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m.until 4:00 p.m., or fax resume/credentials to (386) 6585160. EOE/Drug-Free Wo rk place/Criminal background checks required www.ACVillage.net 9/2710/9 ADV Professional Seamstress wanted, part-time/full-time, Apply in person at Pinstripes and Po lkadots in Downtown Perry. PSPD, TFN Ta ylor Correctional Institution is now hiring certified and trainee Correctional Officers.To apply go to peoplefirst.myflorida.com. Click on the drop down menu under Browse Jobs By County Select the county you wish to search jobs in and click on the search button. Scroll down to Public Safety and Security and click on CORRECTIONAL OFFICER, requisition number 70009909. This will take you to the job description click on Begin Application Process to Apply Follow directions to apply for the position. Applicants must be at least 19 y ears of age with a high school diploma or equivalent, willing to take a drug and physical exam and possess a valid Driver's License.Applicants must pass a background investigation, which includes after July 1, 1981 no f elony convictions or a misdemeanor involving perjury or f alse statement, nor have received dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed Forces of the United States.In addition, a misdemeanor conviction of domestic violence prohibits employment.All other criminal charges will be evaluated on a case by case basis. Contact the recruitment office at (850) 838-4034 for more information.The Department is a drug-free workplace.The Department is an Equal Opportunity employer.If you require an accommodation to participate in the application/ selection process, please contact the hiring authority or personnel office in advance.Certain v eterans and spouses of veterans receive preference in employment by the state as provided by Chapter 295, Florida Statutes, and are encouraged to apply. T. C.I., 11/07 Ta ylor County Board of County Commissioners Current Job Openings Animal Contral Officer $9.31 per hour One full-time position with benefits Application and Job Description can be found at www.taylorcountygov.com 10/2, 10/4 A utoCad Operator Needed 2+ years of AutoCAD and/or Microstation experience or Industry experience an Associates Degree in Computer Aided Drafting from an accredited college, is a substitute for Industry Experience.Needs to be fluent with the use of Excel and Word. There is only one (1) position av ailable, we will only accept the first ten (10) qualified applications. Must apply in person at Big Top Mfg.3255 North US 19 Perry, FL Big Top is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination in employment based upon race, sex, religion, color, nation origin, age, disability, marital status, special disabled v eteran or any other characteristic protected by law. BT, 10/2, 10/4 MIG Welders Needed Must have High School diploma or equivalent, the ability to read and understand CAD sketches, also able to read a tape measure to the 1/16th, and you will be required to pass an onsite weld test.You must have a minimum of two years we lding experience or a graduate of a certified welding program, m ust pass Weld Certification Test on-site, along with no previous employment history with Big Top Mfg.There is only two (2) position av ailable, we will only accept the first eight (8) qualified applications. Apply in person at Big Top Mfg. 3255 North Hwy 19.We will only accept six qualified applications. Big Top is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination in employment based upon race, sex, religion, color, nation origin, age, disability, marital status, special disabled v eteran or any other characteristic protected by law. BT 10/2, 10/4 Bush hogging and land clearing, acreage and lot's, big or small. Cell (850) 838-6077, after 5 p.m. call (850) 584-2270. JM,tfn (Wed) T ALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE *Free Estimates* and *Great Rates* Call today! 850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191 Mark A.Moneyhan Licensed and Insured Certified Quality Specialist. MM, 11/ 6 Mutts Cutts Dog Grooming by John. bath-cut=groom-nails 584-2027 or (850) 591-8301 W alk-Ins Welcome (3 miles down Puckett Rd,) TFN N.M.B.Foundation is now providing services or Elder Care, and Disabled Care in your area. License # 229550. Please call today at 352-2583450 f or more information. 9/27-10/15 A to Z Farm and Lawn Service Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal, dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog mowing, rake wo r k, dirt leveling and complete lawn service.Call 584-6737. AZ, TFN LEGALS r fntb rr f b rrr rrrrrr rrrr r r r rbr r rr rr rr r rrr r r r r rrrrrr rrr r nnfb rr r ftffrf nfnrnnn nnnfntb tnt tnff tftttf nnrr ff rrrrr rrrrr rrr r r rr brr rr rr rr r r rr r r Classifieds Work Call 584-5513 A-9 Taco Times October 2, 2013

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A-10 Taco Times October 2, 2013 Community PICKIN IN THE PINES MUSIC FESTIVAL Walmart recently awarded 20 teachers at Perry Primary School with $50 gift cards for purchasing school supplies for their classrooms. We are proud to honor our communitys teachers who give of their time and often their own money to sure students have everything they need, said Ann Hathcock for the Perry store. As part of the Teacher Rewards Program, this presentation was part of a nationwide emphasis which has been in place for ve years. This year, approximately $4.5 million will be distributed to 90,000 teachers across the United States. We feel like these funds come at a critical time as teachers begin a new year with many funding challenges ahead, Hathcock added. Recipients at Perry Primary included: Barbara Bratcher, Melissa Everett, Noel Cruce, Amanda Heller, Laura Gray, Marti Hudson, Carrie Ann Smith, Patsy Slaughter, Audrey Peake, Jackie Blue, Jessica Mathis, Brenda Raulerson, Kay Cantrell, Penny Jadwin, Haley Herring, Jennifer Amman, Jack Palaio, Jessica Vann, Melissa Freeman and Thais Woods. Walmart helps teachers kick off new school year Sept. 27 & 28, 2013

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That rst year featured 84 campers from around Florida between the ages 8 and 15. It went so well that this summer we had 133 campers, Whiteld said, noting that they almost hit their maximum occupancy. Additionally, Camp Corral expanded to a second Florida 4-H facility at Camp Timpoochee in Niceville to help cater to children from the Panhandle. The idea is to give these kids the best week of their lives, Whiteld said. Give them a week where they can just be kids. At Camp Ocala, the staff is made up of mostly University of Florida students and consists of six days of activities, including archery, kayaking, crafts and more. During their stay, they get a chance to talk with other children who are dealing with similar issues. Whiteld notes many of the recent deployments overseas have consisted of National Guard and reserve troops, whose families are not necessarily living around other military families. She added that in some counties, there may be only one or two military families, so Camp Corral is the childrens rst opportunity to meet other military children. This is one of the most important things we do, Whiteld said. She has been working at Camp Ocala for the past ve years, joining the full-time staff three years ago. The camp is located on the shore of Sellers Lake in the Ocala National Forest, near Juniper. In addition to the usual cabins, dining hall and sports elds, Camp Ocala features an interactive nature center housing a variety of native sh, amphibians and reptiles. For more information about Camp Corral, visit www.campcorral.org. For more information about Camp Ocala, visit florida4h.org/camps_/ camp-ocala/. to purchase $1,009.90 in prepaid debt cards; approximately 10 minutes later, a man entered the store and purchased a prepaid debit card in the amount of $504.95. The clerk reported that the man had attempted to purchase a second prepaid debit card, but the transaction was declined. The store employee also related that the man was bleeding from the arm; he was described as a tall, white male, with tattoos on his right arm and a lazy eye. Ofcers then checked at Kmart to see if any of the stolen credit cards had been used at that location; there, they discovered that a man matching that description had been at the store and purchased 20 $100 prepaid gift cards. The clerk at Kmart said the suspect was driving a red Ford F-150 truck, ofcers said in their report. A BOLO (be on the look out) was issued for the suspects and the vehicle. A short time later, law enforcement dispatchers advised that a call was reported at Noveds trailer park regarding a man in a red truck attempting to sell credit cards. Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce (TCSO) Deputy Lindsey Shaw was dispatched to the scene. Deputy Shaw advised dispatch that she had arrived at Noveds and that the vehicle was located and that it sped away southbound on Highway 19, Ptl. Garrett Campbell reported. Shaw took the lead in pursuing the vehicle, followed by TCSO Sgt. Charles Campbell and assisted by PPD units Ptl. Ricky Dice and Ptl. Chad Cannon. The chase entered into Lafayette County and ended when the suspect (later identied as John Hutchins, 40) reached a dead end, made a u-turn, sideswiped Shaws vehicle and crashed head-on with (Sgt.) Campbells patrol vehicle. Ofcers also reported that during the chase the suspects threw items out of their vehicle (toward the pursuing patrol cars), including backpacks, purses, tools, a full soda bottle and items that were on re. The windshield of Shaws patrol car was busted as well as a headlight. The second suspect in the case, who was a passenger in the vehicle with Hutchins, was identied as Heather Hutchins, also 40. Both suspects gave Oklahoma addresses. The suspects were taken into custody at gunpoint and booked at the Lafayette County Jail on a variety of charges including burglary of vehicle and theft. Further investigation uncovered that the vehicle that they were eeing in was reported stolen from a dealership in Ada, Okla. to lead Taylor County to an 8-6 victory. We are looking forward to the opportunity to do something that hasnt been done around here for 20 years, the coach said. Kickoff for the contest is set for 7:30 p.m. A-12 Taco Times October 2, 2013 MADISON Continued from page 8 Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. Friday BEST WEEK Continued from page 1 A week they can just be kids HEAD-ON CRASH Continued from page 1 Adopting a class Okla. suspects were driving stolen truck