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By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI Staff writer Whenever Hudson Harvey needs advice on how to handle his duties as the newly-crowned Florida Forest Festival Little King, he wont have to look farbig brother Hunter Harvey shared the same honors in 2008. Hudsons big brother was on hand to congratulate him Saturday night at Forest Capital Hall during the 58th annual Florida Forest Festival Little King & Queen Pageant. Joining Harvey on the royal festival court is his queen, Kaylan Kirk; rst runners-up Grant Turner and Gracie Simmons; and second runners-up Nicholas Kinsey and Kaylee Mae Strickland. Proud parents of the newly-crowned royals are: Nick and Elizabeth Harvey; Kim and John Kirk; Roger and Katrina Turner; Andy and Kim Simmons; Tonia Sprow; and Chris and Britney Strickland. Jadon Harley Herring, the son of Kesha and Leon Herring, and ZyMya AKaria Flowers, the daughter of Khalilah King and Wayne Flowers, were recognized for having the most ads for the pageant program. Audience members set sail with 24 little king and queen contestants for a high seas adventure celebrating the theme A Pirates Life For Me. A towering pirate ship anchored the stage Thursday is deadline for new Habitat programThe application deadline for Taylor County Habitat for Humanitys new program called A Brush With Kindness is Thursday, Oct. 17. The program serves lowincome families who struggle to maintain the exterior of their homes; it will focus on landscaping and exterior clean-up with volunteers working alongside the homeowner to revitalize a homes exterior. Applications are available at the Florida Drug Alcohol DNA Screening ofce located at 3498 Highway 19 South, Suite 2.Dont miss the Hillbilly Hitchin Friday nightThe Taylor Gymnastics Booster Club will present a dinner theatre Hillbilly Hitchin Friday, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m., at the Perry Elks Lodge. Tickets are $25 each or $45 per couple and include a dinner of smoked chicken, baked potato, green beans and sweet tea. Cast members for the Hitchin production include: Jaydin Spradley, Alex Busack, Gil Williams, Tyson Hill, Kevin Kidd, Lin Gray, Chris Folsom, Keith Ragans, Alan Gagne and Danny Glover. Tickets are available at the Chamber of Commerce, Taylor Gym, Cheer & Dance or from any Booster Club member.SAC meets at the high schoolThe School Advisory Council (SAC) for the high school will meet Thursday, Oct. 17, at 3:30 p.m. in the principals conference room.Steinhatchee American Legion hosts Hatchtoberfest this SaturdaySteinhatchees American Legion is partnering with Roys Restaurant to host Hatchtoberfest Saturday, Oct. 19. The day will begin with a Jogging for Jugs three-mile fun run/walk with all proceeds beneting the American Cancer Societys breast cancer research program. The $20 entry fee includes a t-shirt and pink pancake breakfast. Registration will be held from 7-7:30 a.m.; the race will start at 8 a.m. Hatchtoberfest will open at 2 p.m. with a Rollin on the River Poker Run for golf carts. Entertainment will include the Swinging Bavarians and The Clay Brooker Band. Brats, kraut and beer will be available. The entry fee is $6 per person. For more information, please call (850) 371-0966 or (352) 356-7100. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes 50 One Section52nd year, No. 41www.perrynewspapers.comWednesdayOctober 16, 2013 Index Editorial . .................. A-2 Living . ...................... A-4 Community . .............. A-5 Religion . ................... A-6 Sports . ..................... A-8 Classieds . ............ A-10Weather Wednesday 85 69FOG Thursday87 64 News Forum Log truck driver escapes serious injuries in morning crash Tuesday A Taylor County truck driver narrowly escaped serious injuries after crashing his loaded log truck on U.S. Highway 19 early Tuesday morning, Oct. 15. Joe Harris, 43, was out of his truck and walking around the scene at U.S. 19/ Robert Odum Road when rescue workers arrived around shortly after 5:30 a.m. He was transported to Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH) with minor injuries. Harris told Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) Trooper John Sleigher he swerved to avoid hitting a deer that was standing in the highway. The driver over corrected when he was steering back to the right, causing the 2007 International semitruck and trailer to overturn onto its right side. The trailer then spilled its load of logs onto the roadway. Both northbound travel lanes were obstructed for a period of time before being cleared, Sleigher reported. Taylor County Fire/ Rescue Lt. Chris Williams and Logan Brennan responded to the crash as well as units from the Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce. Harris was not charged in the crash. Harvey, Kirk crowned little king, queen Inmate pleads guilty to assault on ofcer Fan favorites return for the 58th annual Fla. Forest FestivalWith Florida celebrating the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Ponce De Leon in its Viva Florida 500 efforts, the 58th annual Florida Forest Festival is honoring the states timber history and its ties to the states economy and culture with the theme Viva Florida Forestry. In conjunction with this look back, several fan favorite events, including the Heritage Day Field Trip and the Great Race are returning this year. More than 20,000 people from around the region are expected to converge on Forest Capital State Park on Saturday, Oct. 26, but the festivities ofcially kick off Wednesday, Oct. 23, when the carnival opens for business on Industrial Drive. The community is invited to return the next evening (Thursday, Oct. 24) for the fabulous reworks display at Perry-Foley Airport beginning at 8 p.m. On Friday morning (Oct. 25), students from Taylor County Pre-K, Perry Primary School and Taylor County Elementary School will take part in the Heritage Day Field Trip to Forest Capital State Museum, where they will be able to see demonstrations from Floridas pioneer past along with programs by the Florida Forest Service and live lumberjack shows. A former Taylor Correctional Institution (TCI) inmate who attacked two ofcers here in September 2011 pled guilty to four felony charges last week, receiving ve years to run concurrent to his already existing life sentence. Jerry A. Miller, 65, was facing charges of aggravated battery on a law enforcement ofcer with great bodily harm (a rst degree felony) as well as battery on a law enforcement ofcer and two charges of depriving a law enforcement ofcer of means of protection (third degree felonies). The charges could have carried sentences of 30 years for the rst degree felony and ve years each for the third degree felonies. According to a plea deal with the state attorneys ofce, Miller, who was in court Monday, Oct. 7, was sentenced to ve years on each count to run concurrently with each other and his life sentence. He was also ordered to pay a $1,000 ne, court costs of $415, prosecution costs of $100, public defender fees of $550 and investigation costs of $250. Miller has been incarcerated since 1991, when he was sentenced to 10 years in prison for uttering a forgery and twoand-a-half years for the sale or purchase of cocaine in Orange County. Just four months into his sentence, Miller was charged with battery on a law enforcement ofcer/ reghter/EMS/etc. in Lafayette County, resulting in an additional ve-year sentence. Then in 1996, Miller was charged with second degree Please see page 9 Please see page 7 Please see page 9

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A-4 Taco Times October 16, 2013 Living Dorie Cruce, Jeret Foshee Couple plans Dec. 7 vows at Honey Lake PlantationJohn and Kendall Cruce of Perry announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorie, to Jeret Foshee, the son of Gray and Shelly Foshee of Fort Myers. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of A.J. and Doris Cruce of Steinhatchee, and Bill and Virginia Maddox of Perry. The prospective grooms grandparents are Julian and Bobbie Foshee, Judy McGill and the late Joseph McGill, all of Fort Myers The couple will exchange wedding vows on Dec. 7, 2013, at Honey Lake Plantation. Rebekah Naomi McCall Joshua and Hannah McCall of Evans Mill, N.Y., announce the birth of their daughter, Aug. 22, 2013, at 12:14 p.m. in Watertown, N. Y. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. Maternal grandparents include the late Becky Adkins of Perry and David Culbertson of Redmond, Ore. The babys maternal great grandmother is Dorothy Tucker of Perry. Paternal grandparents are Elisa Moore McCall of Perry, the late Lindsey McCall, Jonnie Moore of Perry and the late Ellis Moore. Ready to do fall planting? Its a SNAP with TTIs help Prices for landscape and indoor plants have been reduced by the Special Needs Adult Program (SNAP) at Taylor Technical Institute (TTI). We need to move these plants out so we can start with some new things, said Connie Gibson, instructor. Prices listed below are per pot: Christmas cactus: salmon, white, yellow, orange, pink/white, mixed and spring pink, $5. (Remember, its time to get them transplanted or leave them in pots until after they blooom to transplant); (Only a few) Pansies: yellow and burgundy, $2; Spider plants: $2; Azaleas: white, red, lavender, $1; Nandina: 25 cents per piece or $1 for tray; Podocarpus: $1; Grapevines: $2; Boxwoods: $1-2; Lacebark Elm trees: $1; Ann Magnolia trees: $3; Tiger Lilies: $1-2; English Dogwood: $1; Peace lilies: $3-4; Mother-in-Law (snake) plant: $4; Swedish Ivy: $1-2; Assorted houseplants, prices vary. Gibson encourages interested shoppers to please call 838-2545 and ask for the SNAP class to make sure were here. Hallie Reese DuBose Jayce and Candice DuBose announce the birth of their daughter, Hallie Reese, on Sept. 7, 2013, in the Womens Pavilion of Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19.75 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Fred and Tina Kearney of Phenix City, Ala., and Barbara Ryff of Palm Coast. Maternal great grandparents are Fred Sr. and Tina Kearney, also of Phenix City. Paternal grandparents are Tommy and Sherri DuBose of Perry. The babys great grandparents include Carolyn DuBose of Perry, the late John T. DuBose, Lavonne Wynn of Greenville and the late David Wynn. Hallie Reese was welcomed home by her big brothers, Harrison and Chandler. Rebekah Naomi McCall Hallie Reese DuBose Its a girl! The next series of Master Gardener classes will begin Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, and continue for 10 weeks. The cost for the course is $100 which includes all hands-on material and books; the fee must be paid by Dec. 1. A minimum of 15 students is needed in order to hold the class. Please call Kristy at the Taylor County Cooperative Extension at 838-3508 to register.15 needed for Master class

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A-5 Taco Times October 16, 2013 Community PAWS supporters take a walk on the tropical side for P.A.W.S. (Pets Are Worth Spaying) supporters donned their best tropical wear and showed up in force to support the groups annual dinner/auction fund-raiser held Saturday, Oct. 5, at Steinhatchee Landing. The LuaHowl benet included a Polynesian inspired dinner featuring pulled pork, baked chicken, grilled sh and tropical avored sweet potatoes. Cakes by Mary donated a three-tiered cake, decorated with edible owers and white chocolate paw prints. Dean and Loretta Fowler of The Landing rolled out the red carpet for the group, hosting the event at the resorts conference center. Fund-raising efforts included a silent auction and live auction, offering a wide range of items from custom-made wood furniture to weekend getaways and original works by local artists. This is our largest fund-raiser of the year for PAWS, which helps local residents defray the expense of having their pets spayed or neutered. PAWS also hosts a low cost vaccination clinic, thanks to the support of Dr. Miles Owens and Dr. Tom Fletcher. We hold the clinics twice a year, in November and May, with the next clinic being held on Nov. 16 at the DTRAC Park in Jena, PAWS President Renee Field said. Helping Hands of the Shelter will host its fourth annual Strutt Your Mutt Contest Friday, Oct. 24, in conjunction with the 58th annual Florida Forest Festival. This years event will be held at the Grand Pavilion in Rosehead Park (adjacent to the Splash Pad). Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Best Bark, Best Trick, Best Costume, Biggest Dog, Smallest Dog, Oldest Dog, Best Kisser, Best Tail Wagger, Best Shelter Representative and Best In Show. Entry forms are available at the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce. Participants will also be able to register prior to the contest, starting at 5:30 p.m. The pet parade and judging will begin at 6 p.m. The entry fee is $5 per pet. Strutt your mutt at pet parade Friday, Oct. 25 HUShH PUppPPY EATING CONTeEST How many can YOU eat?Hush puppies have long been a staple at the Florida Forest Festivals World Largests Free Fish Fry and organizers are introducing a new contest where the tasty fried treats will be the main attraction--a Hush Puppy Eating Contest. The event will be held Festival Day (Saturday, Oct. 26) at Forest Capital Park. The contest will be limited to 12 competitors (ages 18 and up); registration is free and forms are available at the festival ofce (located adjacent to the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce). For more information, contact the festival ofce at 584-TREE (8733). The contest will start at 2 p.m. in front of the main stage. Contestants will have 60 seconds to eat as many hush puppies as they can. tickets that allowed winners to chose from two Richard Field and Melony Atkins holding a

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A-6 Taco Times October 16, 2013 Religion Obituaries Stacey Linn Floyd Stacey Linn Floyd, 37, of Perry, died Oct. 3, 2013, in Malaysia. A veteran of the U. S. Navy, he was born March 11, 1976, in Perry to Lee and Marie (Akins) Floyd. Mr. Floyd is survived by his wife of 13 years, Amy Floyd; one son, Austin Emnger of Perry; his parents, Lee and Berta Floyd of Perry; his grandmother, Betty Jo Burnett and his mother, Marie Grant; one brother, Shawn Floyd of Perry; his nieces, Brittany and Rebecca Floyd, and their mother, Becky Wilbur; his two half-brothers, Matt and John Grant of Greenville; one step-brother, Ricky Fowler of Louisiana. A memorial service will be held at Crosspoint Fellowship on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 2 p.m. in Perry with Eddie Pridgeon ofciating. All arrangements are being handled by Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. Michael Gregory SmyrniosMr. Michael Gregory Chopper Smyrnios, 52, of Steinhatchee died Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013. He was born on Sept. 13, 1961, in Perry. Until he was disabled, he made his living as a commercial sherman. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Debbie Smyrnios of Steinhatchee; sons, Jordan Boyington and Braxton Boyington, both of Steinhatchee; daughter, Ashley Smyrnios of Steinhatchee; grandchildren, Kylie, Kole and Will; mother, Lonnell Smyrnios of Steinhatchee; father and step-mother, Mike and Sue Smyrnios of Steinhatchee; brother, Dale Smyrnios of Steinhatchee; and sisters, Lorraine Davis of Littleton, Colo., and Janalea England of Steinhatchee. A graveside service was held at Waters Memorial Gardens on Monday, Oct. 14, at 11 a.m. with Rev. Leon Holden ofciating. Arrangements were placed under the care of Rick Gooding Funeral Home in Cross City.William ElyWilliam Bill Ely died Friday, Oct. 11, 2013, at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. He was born on Sept. 30, 1948, in Middlesborough, Ky. He was a graduate of the University of Tennessee and the University Of Mercer School Of Pharmacy. He retired after 40 years as a registered pharmacist. He was preceded in death by: his parents, James and Aileen Ely and one brother Millard F. Ely. He is survived by his brother, Bob (Margaret) Ely, and nephew, Chris (Robyn) Ely, great nephews Stuart and Cade Ely, and a dear friend Cindy Cantrell, all of Perry. Interment is planned in Kentucky. In lieu of owers, donations may be made to the Shriners Children Transportation Fund, Perry Shrine Club, P.O. Box 1076, Perry, Florida 32348. A visitation will be held at on Friday, Oct. 18, from 6 8 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home which is in charge of arrangements. Demps celebrates 25 years of service here On Sunday, Oct. 20, Pastor Chester H. Demps will celebrate 25 years of service to the Taylor County community. At 9 a.m., Bethel of Mt. Sinai Holy Church in Mayo accompanied by Trinity House of Praise will lead worship. Guest speaker will be the Rev. Bart Hollis. The afternoon service will be kicked off by Pastor Raynetta Pandley and the Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church family. Music will be rendered by the church choir as well as the Sons of Allen male chorus. Friends and well-wishers are cordially invited to participate in these services.Carlton The family of Marvin Hoyt Carlton would like to thank everyone for the love, prayers and support shown during Daddys decline and recent death. Special thanks to Pastor Billy Gipson and Burns Funeral Home for a beautiful service; to the churches and others who brought delicious food; and for all the oral tributes sent. We humbly thank you. Mona Kimbele, David Carlton, Laura Brannen Fuller We the family of the late Jimmy W. Fuller, a/k/a Puncho, would like to thank everyone for the prayers, owers, food and support: Antioch Church, Marshall Health Center, most of all Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and Mae Ella Ray, Mary and Carl Williams, Esa Sales, and Trinity Funeral Home. Thank God for all of you. Linda Hall and family Cards of Thanks

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and provided a colorful background for the groups opening number, which was a rollicking performance that had contestants talking like pirates and brandishing (toy) swords. The boys and girls were dressed in their best pirate wear, boasting everything from irty tulle skirts and eye patches to knee-highboots and a parrot-on-theshoulder accessory. Mistress of Ceremonies Kim Pegg herself sported an eye patch, pirate hat and sassy red sash. Entertainment for the evening included performances by Taylor Countys 2013 Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) MaKenzie Cannon and rst runner-up Jessica Welch, along with DYW contestants Brittany Stalans and Annsley Bohlman. Contestants returned to the spotlight dressed in outts that answered the question What I Want to Be When I Grow Up loud and clear: everything from a nurse (Because my mom is one) and an engineer (Because they make a lot of money) to country singer Jason Aldean (Because I like his songs). Following a slide show featuring the contestants and their lengthy practices leading up to Saturdays program, the boys and girls took a spin on stage dressed in formal wear. Each was asked a question drawn at random, ranging from What happens if it rains lollipops? to Why do you have to take a bath? After giving their answers, contestants then walked down the runway that extended off the stage. While some took their time and waved to the crowd crossing the stages, for others it was a race against time to see how fast they could zoom down the runway and back again. Contestant #15 Ava Musselwhite, the daughter of Amber and Jim Musselwhite, drew loud applause whentired of tripping over her dress hemshe grabbed two handfuls of her skirt, hiked it over her ankles and took off down the runway. Contestant #24 (second runner-up Grant Turner) took the runway with the ease of a seasoned politiciansmiling broadly and waving to the crowd every inch of the way. Capping the program was a farewell appearance by 2012 Little King Kingston Williams, the son of Quantasha and Brett Denmark, and Willie Williams, and Little Queen Miley Hill, the daughter of Tyson and Juanita Hill. When it came time for the winners to be announced, the contestants cheered on one another and clapped as the new royalty stepped forward to accept their crowns and sashes. A-7 Taco Times October 16, 2013 What happens if it rains lollipops? CROWNED Continued from page 1

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A-9 Taco Times October 16, 2013 murder (attempted), two counts of aggravated battery on a law enforcement ofcer and one count of battery on a law enforcement ofcer in Martin County. He was sentenced to 10 years on the battery charge, 30 years on the attempted murder charge and life for both aggravated battery charges. Millers history with the law dates back to 1978, when he was charged for robbery with deadly weapon in Miami-Dade County. He was released in 1981. Miller was arrested in 1985 and sentenced to eight years, again for robbery with a deadly weapon. He was released in 1988 after serving less than three years. Friday night will see festivities move to historic Downtown Perry for the Strutt Your Mutt Dog Parade, held this year at Rosehead Parks Grand Pavilion at 5 p.m.; the annual Kids Parade, a procession of children dressed in their best themerelated costumes around the courthouse square, at 6 p.m.; and the Gaslight Classic Car Parade at 7 p.m. Concessions, kids games and more will also be featured. The classic cars will stream down to Perry Square (Save-a-Lot shopping center) for a street dance featuring live music from the band Southern Rain. Back downtown, kids will be able to take part in a Kids Fun Run at 7 p.m. with scary stories following at the Grand Pavilion at 8 p.m. Saturday morning of festival day (Oct. 26) will bring the annual King Tree Parade passing through Downtown Perry along Jefferson Street beginning at 10 a.m. Main Street Perry will host a farmers market at the Grand Pavilion from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Additionally, the festivals Great Race, the downtown 5K run, returns after being absent for a number of years. Following the parade, everyone will travel to Forest Capital State Park for the rest of the festival. Some 65 arts and crafts vendors are expected at the festival, opening at 9 a.m., along with dozens of special concessions and food booths. Forestry-related events include professional lumberjack shows (at 12, 2:30 and 4 p.m.), a kids lumberjack camp (beginning at 2:30 p.m.), chainsaw competitions, loader competitions and cross-cut saw competitions. The Worlds Largest Free Fish Fry begins serving at 12 noon as an estimated 6,000 people will receive a free lunch of fried catsh, baked beans and hushpuppies. The mainstage entertainment begins at 12:30 p.m. and will include performances from Casey Weston, Betsy Badwater and the C.S. Holt Band. Weston returns to the Florida Forest Festival after performing here in 2010, which was her rst public concert. She went on to star in the rst season of NBCs The Voice, making it to the top 8 on Coach Adam Levines team. One of her recordings from The Voice made it to number 90 on the Billboard Hot 100. Since the show, she has performed on the national concert circuit opening for Top 40 and Country acts such as James Otto, John Anderson, Craig Morgan and Justin Moore. Badwater is a Perry native who now lives in Pensacola and returns to perform with her band, The Hillbilly Chrome. Her music has been called a stout distillation of rockabilly, country, blues, soul and high-lonesome. She writes the songs, sings, plays guitar and a tambourine-topped bass drum all at the same time. Badwater has performed in music venues and music festivals in 35 cities in eight states, has been featured on NPR radio shows as well as commercial radio stations in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas, as well as featured on PBS television, CNN and Headline News. Her new record was completed at The Shed Recording Studio in New Orleans and features Grammy Award-winning musician and movie star Chris Thomas King (O, Brother Where Art Thou, Ray) as producer. Her performance here is part of a 47-date/eight-state tour of the South. C. S. Holt is a vocal stylist and songwriter who performs his own unique take on bluesavored American music, combining blues, soul and roots inuences. Born and raised in Virginia, he makes his home in Moultrie, Ga. For information about any of the festivals events, or to get directions, call the festival ofce at 850-584TREE (8733) or visit online at www.oridaforestfestival. com. ASSAULT Continued from page 1 Criminal history stretches back to 1978 FAN FAVORITES Continued from page 1 The Great Race, Heritage Day return to festival line-up Helping Hands of the Shelter is accepting donations for an upcoming ea market sale planned Friday, Oct. 25, at the Grand Pavilion in Rosehead Park. Do you have any household items just lying around collecting dust? If so, we want them! volunteers said. Items are being collected at Yarbrough Tire. For additional information, please call Martha at 584-7554 or Joey at 295-7554. The sale will be held in conjunction with Helping Hands annual Strutt Your Mutt parade. Helping Hands of the Shelter: your junk is our treasure!

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