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Perry Newspapers
Place of Publication: Perry, Fla
Publication Date: November 3, 2010
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Pam Feagle

Feagle wins

county seat
Former mayor Pam Feagle
pulled in 57 percent of the
votes Tuesday to win the
county commission, district 4,
Challenger Lyn Odom
garnered nearly 43 percent of
the votes.
Feagle had a total of 1,002
votes compared to Odom's 749
Feagle, a Democrat, beat out
incumbent Rudolph Parker in
the primary election to face
Odom, who ran as a non-
partisan candidate in Tuesday's
General Election.
Taylor County voters
appeared to vote Republican in
several state and federal
elections Tuesday.
With near 90 percent of the
precincts reporting,
Republican Steve Southerland
led Democrat incumbent Allen
Boyd 3,982 (60%) to 2,118
(32%) in the U.S.
Representative race.
Rick Scott (R) led Alex Sink
(D) 3,904 (59%) to 2,451
(37%) in the race for governor.
Taylor County voters also
went with Republican Marco
Rubio for the U.S. Senate.
Rubio polled 3,926 (59%)
voters here while Independent
Charlie Crist had 1,478 (22%)
votes and Democrat Kendrick
Meek had 1,089 (16%) votes.
All totals were incomplete
S and unofficial as of press time.

Workshop targets
shopfters, empoyue
You can't make a profit if your
merchandise is free.
Find out how you can minimize
employee and shoplifter theft
during an upcoming workshop
at the Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce
Thursday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m.
Perry Police Department
Sgt. Lin Gray will lead the
S workshop.
This free workshop is being
sponsored by the Taylor County
Small Business Outreach Center
and the chamber, Chamber
Director Dawn Taylor said.
Seating is limited; everyone
planning to attend is asked to call
the chamber at 584-5366.

Annal 'Veterans
Breakfast' Is Saturday
All veterans and their
families are invited to the annual
Veterans Breakfast Saturday,
Nov. 6, at the American Legion
Breakfast, sponsored by the
American Legion, will be served
from 7-8:30 a.m.


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Investigation into Oct. 6 death continues

McNeil shot during home invasion

The Perry Police Department
confirmed Tuesday that Eric
James "Boogie" McNeil, 47,
was shot to death during a
home invasion that occurred
nearly four weeks ago on South
Givens Street.
Initial reports did not indicate
the cause of death or

circumstances surrounding the
At approximately 1:10 a.m.
Oct. 6, police received a call in
reference to someone being
shot on Givens Street. Officers
responded to the area and were
able to determine that the
incident had occurred at

McNeil's residence (1612 S.
Givens Street).
McNeil's body was located
inside the home when officers
"We are asking anyone with
information about the shooting
or who may have been in the
area of 1612 S. Givens Street

between the hours of 10 p.m.
on Oct. 5 and 1:15 a.m. on Oct.
6 to call the police department
at 584-5121," Capt. Jamie
Cruse said.
The Florida Department of
Law Enforcement (FDLE)
Crime Lab spent two days
processing the scene.

Friday crash
Two women were seriously injured in a "t-bone" two-vehicle crash at the intersection of U.S. 19 and Ash
Street Friday. Teresa Ellison, 50, and Lila Roberts, 76, were both reported to have been flown to area
hospitals. The crash happened around lunchtime. Ellison, who was traveling north of U.S. 19, was cited for
running a red light. The wreck is believed to be one of the first to happen at the location since the installation
of a new red light at the intersection.

County seeks state grant for

Keaton Beach Coastal Park

The Taylor County Board of
Commissioners is seeking a
$10,000 grant to help fund
work at the Keaton Beach
Coastal Park.
The board voted
unanimously Monday evening
to seek the Coastal Partnership
Initiative Grant, which will be
used for construction of a
picnic pavilion and educational
kiosk at the park.
According to Grants
Coordinator Melody Cox, the
grant is a dollar for dollar
match, which will be provided

through in-kind services and
funding already earmarked for
the project.
The program is funded
through the National Oceanic
& Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA) with the funding
administered through the
Florida Management Program.
"The county did not submit
application to the program last
year (2010)," Cox said in a
memorandum to
"The county did submit a
grant application in 2009 and

was awarded funding for the
Steinhatchee Pier project.
Grants staff is recommending
submitting application for
funding assistance for
construction of one of two
picnic pavilions at Keaton
Beach Coastal Park."
The county acquired the 44-
acre park site in 2008 with a $3
million Florida Communities
Trust Program grant. As part of
the grant, the county committed
to a series of improvements to
the site over a 10-year period.
In addition to a variety of

recreational facilities planned
at the site, the park will include
overflow parking facilities for
the adjacent public boat ramp.
In August, commissioners
applied for Florida Boating and
Improvement Program (FBIP)
grant totaling $85,000 to help
fund the construction of the
parking lot.
That grant also has a cash
match, which would come from
$150,000 in secondary road
paving funds the commission
set aside for the project this
past summer.

Two K-9 teams were able to
follow a track from the scene,
which ended in an area where
the unknown suspects) may
have gotten into a vehicle and
PPD Det. Sgt. Gene Franklin
is the lead investigator in the


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over end

in crash

A car flipped end-over-end
during a three-vehicle crash
that happened shortly after
midnight Sunday, Oct. 31, and
left two individuals seriously
Florida Highway Patrol
(FHP) Trooper John Sleigher
reported that Wanda G.
Coverson, 53, of Mayo, was
traveling west on U.S.
Highway 27, behind a 2000
Mercury SUV driven by
Robert G. Slack, 21, of
The front of Coverson's
2007 Chevy van collided with
the back of Slack's SUV,
causing the vehicle to cross
into the eastbound lane.
When it did, the left rear of
the vehicle collided with the
left rear of a 1994 Honda
Accord, driven by Beatrice
Jackson, 44, of Madison, that
was traveling in the opposite
The SUV's left front tire dug
into the graN shoulder of the
road and overturned one time.
The van rotated a quarter
turn, collided with a grass
embankment and overturned
end-over-end one time.
The third vehicle continued
traveling east and was able to
pull off the highway without
further incident, the FHP report
Coverson and a passenger in
the SUV (Lyndey Erin, 22. of
Monticello) were both
transported to Doctors
Memorial Hospital with
serious injuries.
A third passenger in the
SUV, Rebekah L. Dibble. 22,
also of Monticello, sustained
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The 2010 Taylor County
United Way Campaign, which
is only six weeks out of the
starting gate, has one of its first
major fund-raising success
stories, with Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH) announcing it
has raised $27,284.
DMH CEO Richard Huth
announced the result Friday
during a celebration which also
served as the hospital's
Halloween party.
"This is because of your hard
work and the team's hard work
and your generosity," Huth told
employees Friday.
Wanting to improve over last
year's efforts, which raised
$4,900, Huth said they set an
"ambitious" goal of doubling
their fund-raising to $10,000.
The end result was more than
five times last year's total.
For every $10 pledged to
United Way, employees' names
were place in a drawing, with a
grand prize of a laptop
computer and several others
receiving extra personal time
Pizza parties are also being
planned for the departments
which pledged the most.

In recognition of their work,
the DMH campaign team was
invited to place the second slice
on United Way's "Life-Saver"

campaign meter Tuesday perfect campaign," United Way
morning. The countywide Campaign Associate Glenda
fund-raising goal is $t'2 l1,001i Hamby said.
"These guys ran a textbook. "They had the leadership.

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Doctors' Memorial Hospital announced Friday it has raised $27,284 for United
Way this year. Among the activities held at the hospital, employees' names were
entered into a drawing for every $10 pledged. At Friday's event, CEO Richard Huth,
in costume for Halloween, drew the winning names, with a laptop computer as
grand prize and several others receiving additional personal time. With Huth is
DMH campaign team member Natasha Lamb.

They had teamwork. They had
enthusiasm. They had a plan.
And they understand the
winner is the community."
Additionally, the campaign
team members took an "agency
tour" to see directly how the
money raised for United Way is
Campaign Chairman Paul
Dyal was on hand Tuesday to
thank the DMH team.
"We all should be extremely
proud of DMH and their efforts
to make United Way a priority,"
Dyal said. "To pledge that
amount is especially great
considering every dollar raised
in Taylor County stays in
Taylor County.
"Hopefully everybody will
follow the lead set by DMH
and make United Way a
The local organizations
receiving United Way funding
include: 2-1-1 Big Bend.
Ability Ist, American Red
Cross, America's Second
Harvcst of the Big Bend, Big
Bend Cares. Big Bend lospice,
13oy Scouls of America. Boys
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Five times last year's efforts

DMH raises $27,000 for United Way

A-2 TaCO Times November 3, 2010

Voter education
In the red, white and blue spirit of Election Year 2010, student council elections
were held at Taylor County Elementary School on Sept. 27. Each fifth grade class
elected representatives to voice the opinions of their peers at student council
meetings. Supervisor of Elections Dana Southerland and Janet Thomas conducted
the election to insure accurate and valid results. Shown on bottom (left to right)
are Riley Hudson, Catherine Crawford and Kalie Towles; (top row) Dana
Southerland, Jessica Knowles, Meagan Moseley, Katelyn Gant, Joshua Mixon,
Keisten Anderson and Janet Thomas.

Film fest opens Thursday

The inaugural Florida
Panhandle Film Festival begins
Thursday, Nov. 4, and
continues through Sunday,
Nov. 7, at Perry Theater,
featuring a wide range of short
films and features from around
the country and the world.

According to the festival's
schedule, the event will
include include workshops,
parties and screenings of four
feature films and 52 short films
broken into hour-long blocks
by genre.
Veteran actor Marc

Macaulay will be among the
festival's guests, and he will
receive a lifetime achievement
award at the conclusion of the
For more information,
visit www.floridapanhandle

"For Women Only"

DMH Fall Women's Bazaar


DMH Lobby
Thursday November 4th

A chance to purchase Christmas gifts:
Craft Items & more!

Register for door prizes!
Plus learn about Women's Health Issues
Free Admission

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Free concert
The internationally
acclaimed United States
Army Field Band of
Washington, D.C., will
continue its long
history of presenting
free public
performances when it
appears at Forest
Capital State Park in
Perry on Thursday,
Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. The
Field Band's concert is
sponsored by the
Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce
and Perry Newspapers,
Inc. BBQ chicken
dinners ($5 each) will
be available from 6-8
p.m. at the concert
grounds. Parrotheads in
Perry-dise club
members will be selling
soft drinks, bottled
water and tea ($1 each)
to benefit Taylor County
Special Olympics. In
* case of rain, the concert
will moved indoors to
Forest Capital Hall.


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only minor injuries as did the
driver, Slack.
The driver of the third
vehicle, Jackson, was not
The crash was not
alcohol-related and everyone
involved was wearing their
Coverson was cited for
careless driving.

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Telephones available for caregivers

Buckeye donates to community center
Buckeye recently made a $2,000 contribution to the Jerkins Community Center/Precinct 13 Project. Project
Chairman Kenneth Dennis (left) was presented a check recently by Corporate Reliability Manager Don Asmus.The
three-phase project will repair and re-roof the community center's covered walkways, provide additional restroom
facilities, and make improvements to the driveway. Dennis said project organizers are working to obtain other
funding commitments for the improvements which are expected to total $20,000. Precinct 13 voting is conducted
at the community center each election cycle.

Attention all Veterans & Families of Veterans

Taylor County Board of Commissioners will host the

Annual Veteran's Day


Thursday, Nov. 11 12:30 p.m.
Heritage Pavilion Forest Capital Hall
In the event of rain, the luncheon will be held in the Forest Capital Hall auditorium.

Please join us as we honor our veterans.

Jack and Ursula Brown
Buckeye, Florida
Chemring Group (Martin Electronics)
Joe and Vicky Collins
Don Curtis & The Forestry Company
Pam and Richard Feagle
Joy and Heath King
Ina Padgett and State Farm Insurance
Frank Russell
Mark Southerland and South House Furniture


Discounts will be allowed for.early payment
2010 Schedule of Discounts:

4% thru December 7, 2010
3% December 8th thru December 31, 2010
2% thru January 31, 2011
1% thru Feb 28, 2011

Net tax is due in March 2011
Taxes will become delinquent on April 1, 2011
Unpaid Ad Valorem and Non Ad Valorem Tax will
be advertised in May 2011

The Tax Collector's Main Office is located on the 1st floor of
the Taylor County Courthouse
Motor Vehicle and Hunting & Fish Department
can be contacted at 850-838-3517.

The Tax Collector's Tax Department is located
on the 2nd floor, and can be contacted at 850-838-3580

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

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

Tax information may be accessed through our Web site

Jack Tedder
Taylor County Tax Collector

Across Florida, more
than 1.7 million people who
.,devote their time, energy and
finances to ensure their loved
ones are comfortable and
safe will be recognized this
November during National
Family Caregivers Month.
Florida Telecommunications
Relay, Inc. (FTRI), the non-
profit distributor of specialized
telecommunications equipment
for people with hearing loss and
speech disabilities, is offering
helpful tools throughout
November that can improve the
connection between caregivers

and loved ones.
FTRI provides free amplified
telephones to the estimated
three million Floridians with
hearing loss, a common health
concern for senior citizens.
FTRI is encouraging Taylor
County caregivers to inform
their family members about the
state program and point them
to regional distribution centers
and eligibility information
available at www.FTRI.org.
"Family caregivers play a
critical but often unnoticed role
in our society," said Colleen
Schuster, FTRI's outreach

manager. "We want to not only
recognize these individuals
but also let them know there
are free tools, like amplified
phones, available to their family
member that can ultimately
make the senior's life better and
the caregiver's job easier."
FTRI provides a range of
free solutions to any permanent
Florida resident who is certified
as having a hearing loss.
"Amplified phones can be a
vital tool for caregivers who
need to stay in touch with
their family while away," said

Dr. Blaine Payne, DO

Family Practice


DMH Physicians Services

Blaine Payne, DO is a graduate of Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine,
served her Internship and Family Practice Residency at Westchester General Hospital Miami,
Florida and completed her Geriatric fellowship at Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Payne is a Ilorida Native; she grew up in NW Florida in the Pensacola area and has
spent the last 13yrs in South Florida. Moving to Perry gives her the feeling of moving home.

Dr. Payne's Credentials are as follows:
* Board Certified Family Practice
* FL Department of Health-
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
* Certified Geriatrics
* Certified Hyperbaric Medicine

Member of:
American Osteopathic Association
American College of
Osteopathic Family Physicians
Florida Osteopathic Medical Association

Doctors Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome
Dr. Payne to the DMH Family of physicians
Dr. Payne is scheduled to start seeing patients of all ages
November 1, 2010
DMH Medical Plaza
(formally Nature Coast Eye Care Institute)
555 N Byron Butler Parkway, Perry, Florida 32347
For appointments call 850-223-5402

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A-4 Taco Times November 3, 2010

The winners are...
Taylor County Elementary School has collected a total of 9,800 Box Tops since the
2010-2011 school year began. "We have far exceeded our totals from last year and
have one more submission in April," said Angela Watford, coordinator of the school
project. "I'm so proud of our students, parents, teachers, and community for an
outstanding job." Shown on back row (left to right) are: Austin Waters, Bradley
LaValle, Eli Morgan, Joseph Miller, Nathan Heartsfield and LeBron Carter; front
row, Mary Kate Murphy, Abigail Freeman, Watford and Anna Morgan. In third
grade, 2318 Box Tops were collected with Bradley LaValle leading the collection
with 257, LeBron Carter with 253 and Nathan Heartsfield with 141. In fourth
grade, 3532 were collected, with top students including Ausin Waters (1007),
Mary Kate Murphy (209) and Abigail Freeman (152). Fifth grade collections
totaled 1788 with Eli Morgan bringing in 190, Joseph Miller contributing 171 and
Anna Morgan collecting 169.

Watford earning money for talent showcase

Logan Watford, a 14-year-
old student at Taylor County
Middle School, has collected
$250 from local merchants to
for his performance at an
Applause Rising Talent
Showcase (ARTS) competition
in Orlando Dec. 15-19.
Watford, the son of Steve and
Angela Watford, says he is
"passionate about
drumming....and appreciates

Dormans to celebrate

Sbth anniversary Nov. 6
The Rev. John and Andrea Dorman will celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversary on Nov. 6, 2010, at 4 p.m. with the
affirmation of their wedding vows and a reception following.
The ceremony and reception will be held in the Family Life
-Center of New Home Baptist Church.
Family members and friends of the couple are cordially invited
to attend.
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our amazing
selection of gifts
& new books at
low prices!

Tuesday, Nov. 2
7 am 4 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 3
7 am 2 pm
Hospital Lobby

We accept Visa, MC, Discover, Post-Dated Checks
Payroll Deduction & Cash
Proceeds to benefit
DMH Auxiliary Volunteer Services

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We have the following items for rent
for your special occasion:
Table Cloths Table Toppers (in colors) Table Runners (in colors)
Chair covers Chair sashes (in many colors) *Napkins (in many colors)
Centerpieces Punch fountains Punch bowls
Chaffing dishes Wedding arch Plant stands
Kneeling benches and candelabras
And many other items!

We will also do your decorating for you including set-up,
take-down and clean-up. All you have to do is show up and enjoy!!
Call Caroline at (850) 584-3232

Dr. Ken Hutchins, DC
Chiropractic Care

1701 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, Fla.
In the Perry Plaza Shopping Center
Next to Perry Plaza Florist
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the support of local
merchants." He auditioned
before a talent scout for ARTS
in August and was chosen for
the upcoming competition.
Watford is soliciting

sponsors for this event and can
be contacted at: 838-2947. His
agent can supply a receipt for
your tax-deductible
contribution if you contact

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A-5 Taco Times November 3, 2010

In recognition of their efforts, the DMH United Way team was invited to place the
next slice on the campaign's "Life-Saver" meter. Shown above are: (from I to r)
Campaign Chairman Paul Dyal, Samantha Sands, Kasi Ross, Morgan Kraft,
Kimberly Skinner, Irene Barnes, Kristin MacQueen, Diana McRory, Joy
Proudman, Amanda Gregory, Tasha Towles and Campaign Associate Glenda Hamby.

Local agencies serve

hundreds in community

Continued from page 1
and Girls Club of North
Central Florida, Brehon
Institute for Family Services,
Early Learning Coalition
of the Big Bend, Elder Care
Services, North Florida

Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, Girl Scout Council,
Needy School Children's Fund,
Refuge House, Taylor
Advocacy and Resource
Center, Taylor County
Special Olympics and Taylor
County Senior Citizens

Planning board to review

RV regulations Thursday

The Taylor County Planning Board is set to join the debate over
how many recreational vehicles are allowed for property owners
along Taylor County's coast.
The board will consider a pair of proposed changes to the
county's land development code--both sponsored by the Taylor
County Commission--during its Thursday, Nov. 4, meeting, which
begins at 6 p.m. at the Courthouse Annex.
At Thursday's meeting, the planning board will recommend a
course of action to the commission, which will then hold its own
public hearings on Tuesday, Dec. 14, on the applications.

VA clinic dedication set

Friday at health dept.
A dedication ceremony for the Taylor County VA Outreach
Clinic will be held Friday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m. The clinic is located
in the Taylor County Health Department at 1215 North Peacock
Through a joint partnership with the Florida Department of
Health, facilities such as the Taylor County Outreach Clinic help
improve access to primary care, mental health and laboratory
services to veterans in the area, VA representatives said.
The public is invited to attend the dedication. Refreshments will
follow the ceremony.

Community invited to take

part in yard sale Saturday
Taylor County Pre-K will be hosting a community yard sale
Saturday, Nov. 6.
Anyone wishing to have a booth at the sale is asked to call
Connie at 838-2535. Spaces will be $20 each.

Obituaries :

Helen Minnie
Helen Minnie Shreve, 73, of
Perry, died Oct. 30, 2010, at
Brandon Regional Hospital
following an extended illness.
She was born Sept. 4, 1937,
to the late Harvey Jay and
Bessie Mae Barton. A
homemaker, she was a member
of New Home Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, John H. Shreve in
1982; a son, Roderick Shreve
in 2003; and a daughter, Linda
Shreve in June of this year.
Survivors include: three
sons, Myron Shreve, of
LaPorte, Ind., Lonnie Shreve
and Edwin Shreve, both of
Perry; six daughters, Terry
Fugate of New Carlisle, Ind.,
Susan Koons of Delta, Colo.,
Virginia Fugate of Mishawaka,
Ind., Nancy Regalado of
Winamac, Ind., Anita Ritchie
of Columbus, Ind., and
Melanie Lear of Mound City,
Mo.; one sister, Freida Jones,
of Truman, Ark.; 32
grandchildren; numerous great-
grandchildren; and a host of
nieces, nephews, other relatives
and friends.
Funeral services will be held
today (Nov. 3) at 11a.m. in the
Joe P. Burns Memorial Chapel
with the Rev. Chuck Dugan
officiating. Interment will
follow in Pineview Memorial

The family received friends
from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday,
Nov., 2., at Joe P. Burns
Funeral Home of Perry which
is in charge of all
.You may sign the
guestbook at www.joepburns

Kyntlei Reece All
Kyntlei Reece All, infant
daughter of Jeremy and
Cynthia All of Perry, died Oct.
31, 2010.
In addition to her parents,
survivors include: one brother,
Jace Horton of Perry; one
sister, Shana All of Perry;
paternal grandparents, Loyd
and Kim All Jr., and Donna
Hunter, all of Perry; paternal
great grandparents, Loyd and
Martha All Sr. of Perry, Buddy
and Lynda Parker of Mayo, and
Carolyn Greer of Greenville;
paternal great-great
grandparent, Corrs Williams
of Perry; maternal
grandparents, Greg and
Rhonda Horton of Greenville,
Cynthia and Ted Hayes of
Perry; and a host of aunts,
uncles, cousins and nieces.
A graveside service will be
held today, Nov. 3 at Carlton
Cemetery at 11 a.m.
Beggs Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

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A-6 Taco Times November 3, 2010

Covenant Hospice leads workshop on 'Coping With Loss'

Coping With Loss
New Brooklyn M.B. Church is sponsoring a seminar for anyone
coping with the loss of a loved one through death, military
deployment, divorce or any other loss.
The event will be Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. until 12 noon, under the
direction of Covenant Hospice with Bereavement Specialist
Elizabeth Robinson leading.
Please gather in the church dining hall; refreshments will be
provided. There is no charge for this service.
Mothers gather Friday
MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) will meet Nov. 5 and Nov. 20

at the First Presbyterian Church located at 310 Plantation Road.
Mothers and their pre-schoolers are invited to gather at 9 a.m. for
fun, food and fellowship. Childcare is provided.

You're invited to Branford...
Each Fall, the Branford Presbyterian Church invites Taylor
Countians to its bazaar from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. the fellowship hall
of the church this Saturday, Nov. 6.
Handmade crafts, baked goodies and white elephants are
promised. Tickets are also available for two fund-raisers: one for
a queen-size quilt that was handmade by a member of the
Presbyterian Women of the Church, and another for a black

powder rifle.
For more information, please contact Terry Gray at (386) 935-
Pulled-pork lunches provided
On Friday, the youth from Word of Truth Tabernacle will sell
pulled pork lunches with free delivery offered. The lunch, which
costs $5, includes one large barbecue sandwich, a 20-ounce Pepsi
or water, a slice of pound cake and a bag of chips.
Call 843-5083 or Fax to 838-2720 and include preferred delivery

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Obituaries ...1,

(Continued from page A-5)
Lucy Williams
Lucy Evans Williams
Warnock, 66, of Loganville,
Ga., formerly of Perry, died
Oct. 30, 2010.
The daughter of the late Ida
(Stephens) and Mason
Williams of Perry, she is
survived by her husband of 40
years, William Harden
Warnock; daughter and son-in-
law Catherine and Will Cheves
of Pauline, S.C.; daughter
Elizabeth Warnock of
Lawrenceville, Ga.; son and
daughter-in-law Will and
Sabrina Wamock of
Montezuma, Ga.; four
grandchildren; her sister, Kate
(and Judge Charles) Pannell,
sister, Martha Oetgen; sister,
Jane (and Jim Tarman);
brothers, Mason (and Mary)
Williams, and Robert (and
Lori) Williams.
Mrs. Warnock was born in
Augusta, Ga., on April 7, 1944,
and spent her childhood in Fort
Worth, Texas, and Memphis,
Tenn. In 1957 her family
moved to Perry where she
graduated from Taylor County
High School in 1962. She
furthered her education at
Florida State University and
graduated with a Bachelor of
Arts in English in 1966.
She married in 1970 and
spent most of her married life
in Montezuma, Ga., teaching at
Southland Academy and
serving as librarian for
Montezuma City Library.
In 2005, Mrs. Warnock
moved to Loganville where she
taught special education at
Youth Middle School until her
retirement in May 2010. She
was active in her church.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Nov. 2, at 11 a.m. at

the Lawrenceville Presbyterian
Church in Lawrenceville, Ga.
In lieu of flowers, please
make donations to Philadelphia
Baptist Church, 3119 Hwy 56,
Pauline, SC 29374.
Tom M. Wages Funeral
Services Inc., of Lawrenceville,
Ga., was :in charge of
Joel R. Aman
Joel R. Aman, 80, died Oct.
30, 2010, at Hospice House in
Tallahassee following an
extended illness.
A lifelong resident of Perry,
he was born Sept. 1, 1930, to
the late Charlie Thomas and
Lillie Lundy Aman.
He was a member of Midway
Baptist Church; a veteran of the
U.S. Army (serving in the
Korean War) and worked as a
line operator for Buckeye until
he retired after more than 30
years of service.

Survivors include: his wife
of 56 years, Phyllis Marie
Aman of Perry; one daughter,
Dora Pargo of Ft. White; three
brothers, Henry Aman of
Jacksonville, Eston Aman of
Perry and Ralph Aman of
Panama City; one sister, Irene
Stokes of Perry; three
grandsons; three great-
grandchildren; and a host of
nieces, nephews, other relatives
and friends.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Nov. 1, 2010, at 11
a.m. at Midway Baptist Church
with Pastor Marc Pargo
officiating and Pastor Ben
Reams assisting.
Interment followed in Pisgah
Cemetery. Family members
received friends from 4-6 p.m.
on Sunday, Oct. 31, at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home which
was in charge of arrangements.
You may sign the guest book:

Marguerite H.
Marguerite H. Ellison, 86,
died Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010, at
her residence in Perry. She was
born in Crystal River to John
and Lottie Evans Hart. A
homemaker, she lived most of
her life in Perry and was a
member of Center Street
Church of God.
Survivors include: two
sisters, Naomi Shively and
Pauline Grogan; 11
grandchildren; and 19 great-
Funeral services will be held
today (Nov. 3) at Joe P. Burns
Funeral Home Chapel at 3 p.m.
Interment will follow at
Pineview Memorial Gardens.
Family members will receive
friends from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. (1
hour prior to service).
You may sign the guest book:

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'Dogs clinch district at Homecoming

In a fitting conclusion to
Homecoming week and his royal
rushing performance, senior
running back Tony Jackson was
crowned Homecoming King
on the same night he ran for a
season-high 179 yards, broke the
1,000-yard mark and scored his
10th touchdown of the year.
Taylor County improved to
8-0 on the season and 4-0 in
district, clinching the District
2-2B championship and home-
field advantage in the play-offs,
while Fort White fell to 5-3
overall, 3-1 in district and will
take on Starke-Bradford this
week for the district runner-up
title and one remaining playoff

The Bulldog offense gained
a season-high 413 yards and
scored on 6 of 8 possessions
--including a season-high 4
passing touchdowns--before
calling off the dogs late in the
fourth quarter.
Quarterbacks Eli Grambling (4
of 9 for 106 yards) and William
Wentworth (3 of 6 for 70 yards)
each threw two touchdowns,
while Jackson also completed
a 34-yard pass. Senior James
I ouston lurnedin his best game
of the season with 2 TD catches.

Neither team committed
a turnover (no fumbles or
interceptions), as the Bulldog
offense turned in its second
error-free performance in the
last three games. In fact, Taylor
County did not have a single
fumble or bad snap in the crucial
district contest.
"We beat a very good football
team in one of the best high
school football games a fan could
ask to watch," Taylor County
Head Coach Shane Boggs said.
"Both teams played as well as
they have all season and neither
team made any major mistakes
or turnovers.
"It is pretty fulfilling to win a
game like that against that level
of an opponent. We knew they

were good. You could argue that
they are better than any other
team on our schedule," Boggs
"Offensively, we played our
best game of the season, and it
was really close to being our best
game overall as a team." l3Bogs
said. "Some people could have
said that we had a lot of pressure
on us because this game was
against a great opponent. for the
district title, our Homecoming
game and in fiont of the i icst
crowd of the .season. Pressure

Taylor County runningback Tony Jackson (1) tossed a
halfback pass for a 34-yard completion.

has been described as when you
have to perform when you are
not prepared. But, 1 didn't feel
we were under a lot of pressure,
because 1 felt as though we were
as prepared as we have been all
season. In fact, instead of being
a distraction, the Homecoming
schedule allowed us to get in
an extra hour of film review on
game day."
Boggs said senior center Josh
Wells played the best game of his
career and was the main reason
the Bulldog offense dominated.
Wells had 52 shotgun snaps
without a bad exchange and
"really did a number on his
man," according to Boggs, who
added that Wells was the key
blocker on 12 of Tony Jackson's
16 runs.
Fellow offensive lineman
Blaine Brenner also handled his
assignment and opened holes for
Jackson, while Justin McGuire
and Wells shared "Co-Offensive
Lineman of the Week" honors.
"We only had one play go
for negative yards in the entire
first half, and that is very rare
against a good team. Both of our
quarterbacks played extremely
well. In fact, you could probably
argue that Eli, William, Tony
and James Houston all had their
best games of the season."
However, it was junior wide
receiver James Strawter who was
named the "Offensive Player of
the Game" with 3 catches for 55
yards and I TD.
"He only had three touches,
but he blocked his tail off and we
rin his way most of the night,"
Boggs said, adding that senior
receiver Hunter Barfield graded
out as the team's best receiver
due to his tenacious blocking and
great route running, including a
near touchdown on a deep play-
action pass in the second half.
Meanwhile, the Taylor County
defense turned in another solid
game. After shutting down Fort
\. Ice's powerful rushing attack
:-1-1 0IfiI nl.t two possessions,
the Bulldogs gave up three
straight scores in the second and
third quarters before finishing
strong and holding the Indians
to negative yardage in their final
three possessions.
Senior linebackers Wesley
Brandon (5 solo tackles, 2 tackles
for loss. 12 assists, 2 sacks),
Jesse Braswell (4 solo tackles,
4 assists) and Jalen Jackson (7
solo. I assist) "played great"
and led the Bulldogs' impressive
defensive effort, which held Fort
White in check all night except
for one long 53-yard pass and a
big 71-yard run by the Indians'
speedy tailback JR Dixon.
Dixon finished with 26 carries
for 137 yards and 1 TD, but was
held to runs of one yard or less

Blount scores 2 TDs

Perry's LeGarrette Blount
had his best outing yet as a pro
running back leading Tampa
Bay to a 38-35 victory over the
Arizona Cardinals Sunday.
The big running back rushed
for 120 yards on 22 carries and
two touchdowns to account for
most of the Bucs' 154 yards of
rushing offense.
His two touchdowns, the last
from one yard out that proved
to be the game winner with

5:13 left in the contest, made
him the first Tampa Bay rookie
to rush for two TDs in a game
since Cadillac Williams did it in
Blount's longest rnii of the
(lay, a 48-yarder, featured a
hurdle over a would-be Cardinal
tackler. Blount's reputation as a
hurdler goes back to his college
career at Oregon and even back
to his days as a top running
back at Taylor County High

The Bucs are off to their best
start in several years with a 5-2
Ilount's performance earned
him one of live nominations
lor NFI. Rookie of the Week
for Week 8. The winner will
be determined by an online fan
vote which began Tuesday and
continues through Friday. To
vote, visit the Rookie of the
Week page on NFL.com
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Tampa Bay Buccaneer runningback LeGarrette Blount hurdles a tackler on his way
to a 48-yard run during Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.
(Photo courtesy of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Top photo: Bulldog wide receiver James Strawter (6) turns the corner as Brion
Scott (10) looks to provide some downfield blocking. Bottom photo: Hunter Barfield
(13), James Houston (21) and the Bulldog offensive front get ready to run a play.

on 11 of his 20( carries.
Defensive Coordinator Steve
Price', ,ibJI,,' tleitnsc held
tie rest of tile Indian offense
to mllius-8 yards rushing on 9
carries thanks to 11 tackles for
a loss or no gain. More than
half of the Indians' rushing total
came ot one 71-yard run by
Dixon in the third quarter when
Houston (5 solo tackles) ran
hiltm down from behind to save a
KJ Johnson (3 solo, 4 assists),
Calvin Bass (4 solo, 2 assists),
Justin Becerra (I solo, 6 assists)
and William McNutt (1 solo, I
tackle for loss. 3 assists) were
instrumental in stopping the
Indians' powerful rushing attack.
"We did give up three scores,
but two of those were simply a
result of them executing well
on offense. However, we did
have a busted coverage and a
defensive breakdown on tlhe
other touchdown, but any time
you hold the best team on your
schedule to just 21 points, you
have to feel pretty good about
your chances," Boggs said.
"'Their offensive line was just
as good as we thought, their
running back was even a little
better than we anticipated and
their QB was way better." Boggs
"As for our special teanis.
on a good note we continue to
perform well on extra point and
field goals and kick protection.
We made all of our kicks and
executed the perfect lake lield
goal for a touchdown. however,
we have got to take more pride oni
our effort and angles on kickoff
coverage. We had some guys
jogging and some over-running.
and giving up 191 return yards
will get you beat."
Barfield improved to a perfect
7 for 7 on field goals on the
season by nailing a 27-yarder
to cap the Bulldogs' first drive
of the game and later nailed five
extra point kicks to give him a
streak of 29 straight without a
miss this season.
The Bulldogs piled up 191
first-half yards and 222 in the
second to finish with 413 (210
passing and 203 rushing),
compared to a total of 238 for
Fort White (109 passing, 129
Jackson ripped off a 39-yard
gain on the opening drive of
the game to get the Bulldogs in
field goal position, followed by
a 6-yard run by I louston and two
QB keepers for three yards by

Grambling, who was dropped
for a 4-yard loss on a blitz and
'mistired on a pass to force
Bartield's 27-yard field goal
with 8:52 left in the first.
After a long 50-yard kickoff
return by Fort White's Dixon
down to the Taylor 38, Brandon
made three straight solo tackles
on Dixon (two for a loss) on the
Indians' first drive of the game to
force a punt.
Boggs dug into his bag of tricks
on the second play of the second
drive, calling for a halfback pass
on which Grambling handed
off to Jackson, who faked a run
before pulling up and launching
a 34-yard pass to a wide-open
Jalen Jackson for a big first
Houston capped the 7-play,
71 -yard drive with a 22-yard TD
catch from Grambling with 4:19
to play in the first quarter to give
the Bulldogs a 10-0 lead.
The Indians were forced to
punt after a 10-play drive that
managed just 13 yards, thanks
to a pair of penalties and tackles
by J. Jackson. Raydon Parker,
Braswell and Calvin Bass, but
the Taylor offense could not pick
up a first down and also punted.
Tackles by Bass, Brandon,
Braswell and KJ Johnson,
combined with pass break-ups by
Chad Hill and Houston, stopped
the Indians on downs after a 4th
and 6 from the Taylor 31, but the
Bulldogs went 3-and-out again,
despite Jackson running for four
yards and catching a six-yard
pass. due to a false start penalty.
Fort While finally got on the
board with a 9-play, 56-yard
drive capped by Dixon's 4-yard
TD run with 26.4 seconds left in
the 2nd quarter.
With their lead cut to three
(10-7), the Bulldogs answered
right back with a touchdown
less than 15 seconds later, as
Strawter returned the kickoff 15
yards. On Ist and 10, Grambling
hit Houston perfectly in stride
on a seam route for a 64-yard
TD. Houston showed his speed
by pulling away from several
defenders and racing to the
endzone untouched with just
11.4 seconds left in the first half.
Bartield's kick put the
Bulldogs back up 17-7.
Dixon broke a 36-yard kickoff
return, but Johnson threw the
speedy Indian runner for a one-
yard loss on the final play of the
hal f.
Fort White kept the game
close by scoring on their first

two second-half possessions.
including a 53-yard TD pass to
tight end Donnll Shnddi; with
8:20 left in the third period.
Big tackles by Braswell. Bass.
Brandon and J. Jackson forced
Fort White to convert a 4th and
2 froth midfield just before the
long TD pass that pulled the
Indians to within 17-14.
Taylor answered right back, as
Jackson had back-to-back carries
for 17 and 36 yards to set up a
19-yard pass from Wentworth
to Strawter. Wentworth and
Strawter hooked up again three
plays later for a 22-yard TD pass
on 3rd and 12, as Strawter broke
five different tackles on his way
to the endzone.
Barfield's kick gave the
Bulldogs a 24-14 lead with 6:03
left in the third quarter, but Fort
White pulled within three points
for a third time with a quick.
4-play, 93-yard scoring drive
after a block in the back penalty
forced the Indians to start on
their own 7-yard line.
Brandon, Braswell and Parker
stuffed Dixon for a two-yard
gain on first down, but Dixon
broke loose for a 71-yard run
on second down and was caught
from behind by Houston at the
10-yard line. Indian QB Andrew
Baker ran in from 6 yards out two
plays later on a naked bootleg to
pull Fort White to within 24-21.
For the third straight time, the
Bulldogs answered again just
before the third quarter ended.
capping an 8-play, 67-yard drive
with an amazing fake lield goal
pass from Wentworth to Raydon
Parker for a 29-yard 'TD with 1.0
seconds remaining in the third
Runs by Grambling. Houston.
Jackson and a pass to Strawter
moved the Bulldogs down inside
the Fort White 20, but the drive
stalled as Grambling was thrown
for losses of 3 and 10 yards on
consecutive plays.
Boggs sent on long-range
kicker and kickoff specialist
Sergio Villagomez to apparently
attempt a 47-yard lield goal.
but instead called for a fake
field goal, as holder Wentworth
launched a long pass down ithe
left sideline for Raydon Parker.
who made a spectacular over-
the-shoulder catch for a 29-yard
The Bulldogs' trick plai
not only broke Fort White's
momentum, but tired up lthe
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Taylor Stats Fort White
S 19 First Downs 10
36/203 Rushes/Yards 35/129
A 8/16/0 Comnp.Passes!Int .'12,0
210 Pass Yards 109
413 Total Offense 238
2/30.5 Punts/Avg. 3/22.6
0/0 Fumbles/Lost 0:0
8/63 Penalties/Yds 9/78

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packed Dorsett Stadium crowd
and seemed to take the wind out
of the Indians' sails.
Barfield's kick put the
Bulldogs back on top 31-2 1.
As the fourth quarter began,
Parker sacked Baker for a seven-
yard loss to help force an Indian
The Bulldogs then sealed the
victory with a 10-play, 82-yard
scoring drive (featuring nine
running plays) that showcased
the Bulldogs' dominating
offensive line, as Jackson added
5 carries and 34 more yards to
his totals before capping the
scoring with 5:23 remaining in
the game with a 9-yard TD run.
Jackson's TD and Barlield's
PAT made the final score 38-21
with 5:23 left in the game.
Adam Miller, Houston, Issac
Nelson and a sack by Brandon
put an exclamation point on the
Bulldogs' defensive effort by
forcing another four-and-out,
before Jackson took an option
pitch 21 yards deep into Fort
White territory.
Boggs turned to freshman
QB Daniel Wentworth,
freshman running back Javolis
McNeal, senior Chad Ellis and
sophomore Calub Murphy to
run the remaining time off the

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TCHS homecoming parade fired up!

Senior members of the TCHS homecoming court

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The Pride of Taylor Marching Band

2010 Florida Forest Festival
Little Queen Madyson Robinson
and Junior Miss Marybeth Clark.

TCHS Bulldog Coach Shane Boggs

McKenzie Sullhi n

The 2010 Coming Home King was Colby Ellison. The
late Lacey Lundy Morgan was honored as Coming
Home Queen.


Taylor County High School Varsity football team

TCHS Principal Michael Thompson

Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal and school
board members Kenneth Dennis, Brenda Carlton and
Danny Lundy.

Taylor County Middle School cheerleaders


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Kudos to city crews for

cleaning up after festival

After the King Tree Parade, and the entertainment, to spend
when the musicians have dis- the afternoon of Florida Forest
banded and the floats have been Festival Day, cleaning up after the
emptied of their pageant beauties, rest of us.
Jefferson Street becomes strangely They're up at daybreak to
quiet. The crowds move en masse make sure the downtown streets
to Forest Capital Park for more are ready for the day's parade,
music, fun and entertainment and then they accomplish the
as the community celebrates the Herculean task of clean-up after
forest industry and the annual the processional, returning
Florida Forest Festival. downtown Perry to a presentable
But remants of the crowd remain city unemcumbered by litter.
on Jefferson Street: empty water Of course we extend thanks to
bottles, pamphets distributed all those who work so hard to
by parade entries, chip bags, present the annual Florida Forest
wrappers and discarded cups. Festival, but we also commend
So this is a salute to the hard- the unsung heroes who work so
working clean-up crews who hard to make the City of Perry
forego the World's Largest Free look as if the whole thing never
Fish Fry, the lumberjack shows happened.

Hunting tradegies can be

prevented with precautions

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Hunting season is here again,
and that means we'll likely see
reports of people shooting each
other, shooting themselves or
falling out of tree stands. This
is not slapstick. It is a tragedy,
because unfortunate incidents
such as these are preventable.
Law enforcement first
investigates hunting-related
fatalities as homicides, not
accidents. A hunting fatality
last fall was no different. A man
aimed and pulled the trigger. He
thought it was a deer coming out
of the brush, but it was a human.
Police determined the incident
was not a criminal homicide, so
no charges were filed.
o~i f the 10 Commandmerits
of Gun Safety: "Always identify
your target before touching the
The victim, by the way,
wasn't wearing hunter orange.
It wasn't required on private
land, but still...
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) law enforcement
officers respond to all kinds of
preventable hunting incidents,
which is why hunter safety
courses are so important.
Hunters seeking white-tailed
deer are involved in the most
hunting incidents, because this
is the tnost-sought species.
By age, the biggest group of
shooters written up in incident
reports consists of seasoned, 40-
49 year-olds (25 percent in two
recent years). Statistics show
a clear problem with careless
handling of firearms, including
dropping them.

In 2008-2009, seven hunters
wounded themselves. A hunter
walking through the woods
with a loaded rifle slipped as
he tried to cross a rain-swollen
ditch and shot his foot when
his rifle discharged. Another
incident involved a man in a
party of three hunters and 25
hunting dogs who was trying to
catch a runaway dog and was


Rodney Barreto

shot by his own shotgun. He
laid it down before the chase,
but another dog stepped on the
trigger, and the shotgun went
off. Buckshot struck the man's
hand, as well as one of the dogs.
Here's a troubling statistic.
In addition to eight hunting
incidents involving firearms
last year, there were four
that involved falls from tree
stands. All four reports state,
"The hunter was not using a
fall-arrest system/full body

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

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harness." Unfortunately, one
incident was fatal.
The first victim was an
archery hunter. The 33-year-old
was setting up a ladder stand
and adjusting the strap when the
stand tilted; he fell 17 feet and
broke his leg.
Also last fall, the strap holding
a hunter's climbing stand broke,
and he fell 25 feet, broke an
ankle and had to hobble for
three hours to get help.
Another hunter climbed to
the top rung of her stand ladder
and grabbed something to pull
herself up. It gave, and she fell,
landing flat on her back. She
was airlifted from the woods for
If a tree stand isn't properly
secured to a tree, hunters can
fall to their death, as happened
in the fourth tree stand
Despite these tragedies, the
good news is that education
is paying off. According to
the FWC's 2009-2010 Florida
Hunting Incident Report, the
number of hunting incidents
and fatalities per 100,000
hunting licenses generally
decreased from 1980 to 2010--
the decreases showing up after
mandatory hunter education
began in 1991 for everyone 16
years old or older and born after
May 31, 1975.
Hunting safely pays.
Follow these other
commandments when handling
firearms or standing near
someone handling them:
Always point the gun in a
safe direction.
Presume every firearm is
Unload firearms when not
in use.
Never point a gun at anything
you don't want to shoot. This
includes never using the scope
as a pair of binoculars.
Don't climb a fence or tree
or jump a ditch with a loaded.
Never shoot at a flat,
hard surface or water. Bullets
Make sure the barrel and
action are clear of obstructions.
Store firearms and
ammunition separately and
Don't use alcohol or mood-
altering drugs before or during
Accidents do happen.
However, many hunting
accidents could have been
avoided if the shooter followed
the 10 Commandments of
Gun Safety. Everyone should
follow these rules. For more
information, go to MyFWC.

Midweek Muddle

I am amazed I am still here.
Eleven years ago, my only living
parent was diagnosed with breast
cancer and my world deflated like a
balloon without a knot.
After sputtering and zooming around
my head, the deflated world which laid
flat on the sidewalk, prompted me to
focus on next steps which are all too
familiar for too many people.
I suffered with a headache, dry heaves
and a certainty of Life Gone Wrong.
My mother, on the other hand, had a
mastectomy and took two aspirin.
Her next five years were spent well,
making sure she participated in as
many fun events with friends and
grandchildren that the calendar would
But those last few weeks, as I sat in
various vinyl chairs in various hospital
rooms, I grieved for her and for myself.
I also considered the distinct possibility
that this would be my fate, too.
After all, I'm an only child. There's
no one to dilute the gene pool--I get all
the markers for everything. With two
parents who died of cancer, my odds
seemed evident.
So I prayed nightly that I would see
my youngest child graduate from high
school for I had a friend who wasn't
that fortunate.
This June, that glorious occasion
took place and I didn't die of heat
stroke from participating in the
commencement excercises, which was
remarkable, too. It was 100 degrees in
the shade at Dorsett Stadium.
The next morning, I woke up feeling
fine. So the husband I took a "Thank
God He Graduated" trip--just the two
of us--and I bought a new car for my

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e With Limits

The following week, I was still here.
I haven't quit my job; I still clean the
toilets and pay for car insurance.
But, in the back of my mind, the
possibility remains. A doctor friend,
who keeps me grounded, once said: "If
you don't die of cancer, you'll die of a
heart attack, or a stroke, and you don't
get to pick."
Thanks, Doc.
The strangest phenomenon of my
new life is acceptance of Life With
Limits. I never wanted to become
Aunt Velma who sat at the head of a
mahogany dining table each December
and said in a crackling, pitiful voice,
"This may be my last Christmas." It was
embarrassing because she out-lived her
husband and six siblings. Nobody was
sympathetic; they didn't want to hear
it again.
I don't want to be Aunt Velma.
I don't want to be caught off-guard,
I'm going to the doctor for regular
I'm eating fresh fruits and whole
grains, but I've decided I'd rather
shorten my life by six months than give
up sweet tea and Coca-Cola. I'll give up
another six for milk chocolate.
I'm now back to my original belief
that I could live to be 90. So I'm
looking toward my next 45 years with
gratitude, but I can't help but marvel at
how peculiar it is that I really started
"living in the moment" when I endured
the deaths of my parents.
In birth, they gave me life.
In death, strangely enough, they gave
me a better appreciation of it.

October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If all 31 days went by without
prompting you to go for a check-up, please use November wisely.

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Local, State and Federal Government Directory

Taylor County
of Schools
317 N. Clark St.

City of Perry
Distinct 3
403 N Quincy St.

Taylor County
District 2
217 Pineland

Leonard L.
District 10
304 NW Crane Ave., Bdg. 36
Madison, 32340

Distnct 3
415 Tompkins St.
Inveress, 34450

Florida Govemor Charlie Crst
Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St.,
Tallahassee, FL 32399 850-488.4441
U.S. Senator Mel Martinez
1N Palafox St., Suite 159,
Pensacola, FL 32502 850433-2603
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
111 North Adam St., Suite 208,
Tallahassee, FL 32301 850-942-8415
U.S. Representative Allen Boyd
1650 Summitt Lake Dr., Suite 103,
Tallahassee, FL 32317 850-561-3979


B-4 Taco Times November 3, 2010



The deadline 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!

Auction Saturday, November 6 at 6:30
p.m. 1693 SW Moseley Hall Road (CR
360) Madison.We will be selling a huge
truckload from a large retail chain that
has just arrived. Some items as tools,
pots & pans, toys, cameras, inverter, air
beds, tv's, drills, shop vacs., food
processor, weed eaters, DVD players,
GPS and many more items. Air
conditioned, comfy seats and lots of
fun. 10% buyers premium. MC, Visa,
Discover, Debit Cards, Checks, and
cash accepted. AU691 Ron Cox.
AB2490. 850-973-2959. Look for our
huge annual Christmas Auction
November 27th.

1st TIME EVERI!! Bargains, bargains,
bargains. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 35 Clint Shaw Rd. 1
block east if Buckeye Nursery Rd. No
early birds, PLEASE.

One old vet weekly yard sale. Moved 1
1/2 miles south Perry on 19 South
(caution light at campground). Sale
item donations appreciated.

3 family yard sale, Saturday, 7 a.m.
until. Rain or shine. 102 Miller Drive.
Toys, clothes, household items, Chevy
roll top truck cover and lots more.

Yard Sale, Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
221 Judson Drive, off of Quail Point.
Women's clothing, wood burning stove
and accessories, love seat and chair, 2
exterior doors, 1 window and 1 screen
door (all measuring 36 x 80).
11/3- 11/5

3 Family yard sale. Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday, 8 a.m. until ?
Miscellaneous household items and
clothing. 110 East Pace Drive.

2 Family yard sale. 3400 Arrowhead
Lane, off of Paul Poppell Road from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Barstools, bedding,
housewares, clothing, Christmas tree,
decorations and ready to go gifts ($2
and up).

Donations being accepted for the
community yard sale at Marshall Health
and Rehab Center. Do you have
anything you would like to donate to the
yard sale? If so, contact Sheila Gentry.
You may bring the donations to the
facility or we can pick up. Proceeds
benefit purchase of large screen TV for
the residents activity room.

Two Dingos Outlet store. 111 1/2 Green
Street. Close-out and liquidation
specials. Over 1000 books. $1 for
paperbacks and $2.50 for hard covers.
Fresh edge rolled hay for sale. $35. Call
Hoyt at 584-2133.
For sale. Shi Shi Camellia in bloom at
Turkey Roost Nursery. Call 584-7395.


Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales

Jack Russell puppies. 2 female and 1
male. 8 weeks old. $250 each. Call
584-5382 or 843-2909

Brand New 3 or 2 bedroom, 2 bath
$35,995.00 Includes delivery, setup,
AC/Heat, steps and skirting. Prestige
Home Centers, Chiefland. Open on
Sunday 12 to 5.800-477-2492 or 352-

Old Taylor County & Jerkins
Old Silver Coins
Scrap Gold
Old Comic Books
Used Furniture (LR, DR, BR)
Used Appliances
Taylor County Memorabilia

Special 28' wide 3 bdr/2bth $39,995
Includes delivery, setup, AC/Heat,
steps and skirting. Prestige Home
Centers, Chiefland. Open on Sundays
12 to 5.800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492

Brand new 4 Bdr/2 Bth starting at
$55,995 Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays 12 to 5
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.

Used & repo mobile homes. Prestige
Home Centers Chiefland, Open on
Sunday 12 to 5.800-477-2492 or 352-

1996 Fleetwood 3/2 will move to your
land and set up. Owner has financing
with 3K down, $282 per month. Call

2008 Jacobsen 4/2 2100 sq.ft. Stone
fireplace, T.N.T walls throughout, 18 x
18 ceramic tile floors, appliance
package and so many more options.
10K under invoice, $500 down. Set up
on your land only $519.47 per month. P
& I call 352-262-4531.

A 2010 Jacobsen 3/2 on 5 acres in
Trenton. $3700 down with approval
credit only, $537 per month. Owner has
financing, call 352-493-9606

A 2/2 16 X 52. Banks loss, your gain.
$261 per month or $27,500 cash deal
set up with NAC. Call Jeff at 352-496-
9600 or 352-262-4531.

Property for rent. Well and septic tank
on Flounder Lane in Spring Warrior.
Gulfview, 100x100 Lot. $200 per
month. Call 229-834-9060.

For rent. 2 BR/ 1 Bath house, Central
heat and air. $550 per month. Call 584-
6113 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

For Lease. 100-10,000 sq. ft. on US 19.
Office/Warehouse/Storefront. Call 850-
843-5487 or 850-584-2988 for more

For rent: room with private entrance
and private bath. Call 584-8045.

3 BD/2BA mobile home on one acre on
paved road off of Puckett Road. Just
outside of city limits. Central heat and
air, clean, $550 per month. First, last
and deposit. Call 727-433-4514.

Room for rent. Includes full use of
house, washer, dryer, cable and
central heat and air.$110 per week, call

Newly remodeled 2 BD/1BA mobile
home with large addition. City utilities,
washer and dryer hookup and central
heat and air. Off of US 98, not in mobile
home park. $475 per month. First, last
and deposit. Call 727-433-4514.
Site for 30 or 50 amp camper with city
water, power, cable and sewer
included. $350 per month. Call 727-

One bedroom furnished apartment. All
utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $170 a week or $700 a month.
$150 deposit. Call 850-926-3613.
Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent.
$600-$700 + utilities. Included in price -
cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee. Call 1-352-498-7740.

For Rent. 5 blocks to Gulf. Steinhatchee
area. Central heat and air. Free boat
dockage. All utilities included. $700 a
month. Call 352-665-3211.
Woodridge Apartments
We are temporarily accepting
applications for 1, 2, and 3 BR HC amd
Non-HC accessible apartments without
regard to income restrictions. HUD
vouchers considered. Office hours are
8:00 5:00 Mon. Thurs. Call 850-584-
5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry, FL
equal opportunity provider, and
212 Susan St. Perry FL 32347 3 BD/2
BA, chimney, central ac/heat, LR,
fenced back yard, good community.
Rent $675 security $675. Call now 850-
Taking applications for homes set up in
Everetts Mobile Home Park. 2BR/2 BA
$475 rent $300 deposit. Water, sewer
and garbage included in rent.; Only
persons with good credit and good
rental history need apply. Apply in
person Monday Wednesday, ask for
Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month. RV
sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $585
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.

1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment for rent.
In quiet neighborhood. Carport, utilities
included. (gas, electric) Call (850)371-

Southern Villlasf jerry
HUD vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC
& non-HC accessible apartments.
Office hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon.-
Thurs. Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY
711. 315 Puckett Rd., Perry, FL 32348.
This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer.

For rent one and two bedroom
apartment's. Must have good credit and
references. No pets allowed. Call 850-
584-6666 for more information.

2 to 3 bedrooms units available.Rent
based on income. On-site
laundry.Water/Gas provided. Close to
shopping centers, City parks, Boys &
Girls Club. Public transportation. 850-
TDD 711; EHO

For rent. 3 BD/ 1 1/2 Bath house in the
city. No pets. No smoking. $550 per
month with $600 security deposit.
Background check required. Call 584-

For rent. 2 BD house for rent. Close to
town. $360 a month with $350 deposit.
Call 584-5076.

For rent. 3 BD/ 2 Bath Mobile Home.
$550 per month. First and Security
deposit required. Call 371-1568.
10/29- 11/10

For sale by owner; 1 BR/1
law home/guest house, c
2 out buildings. Asking $
reasonable offers con:
Ruby Ellis @ 850-672-23

Clean out your cl
time for the hol

For sale by owner; custom built,
3br/2ba all brick on 2 acres, corner of
Azalea Dr. & Azalea Rd. Asking
$200,000. All reasonable offers
considered. Call Ruby Ellis @ 850-672-
2330 for details.
Pool home for sale by owner. Corner
lots Cherry and High Street, 3
bedroom/1.5 bath, front porch, pool
house, inground 16 x 32 diving pool
with self cleaning polaris equipment
(you add chemicals it clans), open tool
shed and metal shed. Property is
almost 1/2 acre, has new Lenox heat
and AC unit, new hot water heater. Will
close when buyer wants. $95,000 (no
owner financing). Call 584-9455 to see.
Beautiful brick ranch on 5 acres at
4672 Turner Road. Just renovated, 3
bedroom/ 2 bath. Fireplace, 2 car
garage, 24x28 ft. Morton workshop
plus 12x20 ft pump house with 2
covered side bays. Privacy fenced
backyard, sidewalks, custom
landscaping and much more. This is an
opportunity for someone who has the
money to invest it in something that will
endure. Come and see for yourself,
asking $250,000. Realtors welcome,
850-223-0114. All reasonable offers

Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.

Lots at fire tower on Keaton Beach Rd..
Frontage on Dennis Howell Rd.
2 acres for $20,000
5 acres for $40,000
15 acres for $90,000.
Owner financing. SAH Properties. Call

Commercial lots at fire tower on Keaton
Beach Road. 200 ft. frontage on Beach
Road. Starting at $25,000 per acre.
SAH Properties. Call 850-656-6340.

4 Bedroom/ 2 Bath house for sale in.
city limits. Behind Nature Coast Eye'
Care Center. Asking $79,000. Call Amy
Cope at Gulf Breeze Real Estate 584-
5101 or 838-9237.

2004 Mustang Convertible, 3.9 6 cyl.,
40th anniversary limited edition. Auto
trans., leather seats, mach am/fm radio
sys., 6 CD changer, rear spoiler, 16'
alloy wheels, low mileage and in good
condition. Call 850-578-2484.
11/3- 11/5
2000 black Oldsmobile Alero. 71,400
miles, tan leather interior, power seats
and windows, cruise control, alloy
wheels, rear spoiler, and tinted
windows. In great condition, must see!
$5,800. Call 584-3327.
For Sale. 1986 F150 4 x 4 Automatic 6"
lift. 1100 x 16 tires. 5.0 liter. Leaks
power steering fluid. $1650 or trade.
Call 850-843-0883.
Mercury Marques wagon. New tires,
brakes, battery and much more.
87,000 original miles. Runs like new
and looks good. $1000. In Perry at 295-
0088 for more information.


99 Forest River Sierra 32 ft. travel
trailer. Everything works great. Very
clean. No slides. Ready to go camping.
Sleeps 6. $7,800. Call 838-6358.
BA, perfect in-
in 5.66 acres. For Sale. 2002 Carolina skiff 19.65 with
$115,000. All 2003 50HP Yamaha. 54LB thrust
sidered. Call motorguide trolling motor (fresh water).
0 for details. Approximately 50 hours on rig. Has
bimini top. Asking $9K. Call 850-584-
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Three Rivers Hunting Club is offering a
$1000 REWARD for information
leading to the arrest and conviction of
the person who shot and killed a
members dog on October 16th. The
dog was killed with a bow and arrow
under a tree stand. Contact Bryan
Bethea at (850)584-5096 or (850)843-
2604 or Jimmy Lundy at (850)584-
2004 Sundance 14ft. Boat and 2009
Yamaha 15 horsepower electric start -
4 stroke trolling motor. Many extras.
$3,500. Call 223-1486.

Help wanted. Local company has full
time position available. Valid drivers
license is a must. Mechanics, detailing
or sales experience is a plus. Call 850-
223-2093 for interview scheduling.
Bring resume to interview.
11/3- 11/5
1 Part-time farm and barn help to feed
and care for horses and help maintain
barn. Experience with horses preferred.
Also need part time dog sitter. Must be
dependable with own transportation.
Leave messageat 850-223-1714.
Nursing instructor position for North
Florida Community College in Perry,
Florida. See www.nfcc.edu for details.

Refuge House, Inc. is looking to fill the
following two positions: One full time
Advocate and one part time Advocate
to work on the hot line and shelter in
our Perry location. Core duties include
crisis intervention, counseling, and
advocacy to all victims of domestic and
sexual violence living within the
emergency shelter and to victims
calling in on the 24 hour hotline.
Required to update and maintain
hotline and referral sources, screen all
victims for shelter eligibility, call hospital
volunteers, document services in
participant files, provide daily
household needs to residential
participants, and other duties required
of the position. Positions are scheduled
for irregular hours, as this is a 24 hour
program position. Qualifications are a
bachelors degree in human services,
or 2 years of relevant experience or
significant work experience. Refuge is
an equal opportunity employer.
Disability accommodations available.
Call 850-922-6062 extension 1003 or
send e-mail at carons@refuge
house.com for more information.



Full-Time or Part-Time


Full-Time Mon.-Fri.

All applicants must pass a FDLE background screen,, ,
and drug screen to be considered for employment.
Call Nancy Jackson, RN, DON
(850) 584-6334
Joyce Denham, Administrator

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Badcock Home Furniture & More has 2
positions. Part-time sales and
showroom work. Setup & Delivery
person must be 21 with good license.
No phone calls Apply in person.
AVON! Call now to get started- earn up
to 40% still only $10 for Start Up Kit!
For appointment call: 850-570-1499
Looking for experienced HVAC
installers and service technicians.
Come by Advanced Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning between 9 A.M. and 4
P.M. to receive an application. Must
have valid Florida drivers license.

for Madison
County Hospital
Min. 2 yr. degree,
BS preferred, Min. 5 yrs.
nursing experience, with at
least 1 yr. management or
supervisory experience
Call Clndi:
(850) 253-1906

Makes some extra money.
Hold a yard sale.

Lance, Inc., a well-known manufacturer of quality snacks
the ingredients for a satisfying future. We currently have
opportunity at our Perry, Fl Salty Snack Plant:
Maintenance Mechanic 2

Full Time Library and information
Services Director = $34,777 $40,310.
Part-time Roll Off Site Attendants
(North Taylor County) $7.25/hr.
Applications and job description can be
obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com, Mobile
Career Lab at Perry K-Mart on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce
Position open until filled. Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners is an
EEO, VP, DT background check

Owner Operators
Home Daily with Dedicated
Runs from Perry to Savannah
Excellent Rates & Paid FSC
80% Drop & Hook
Save up to $4k with Fuel
Discount Program
Save up to 30% with Tire
Discount Program
1 yr. TT exp. w/CDL-A req.
Must have TWIC & Port Badges

800-224-2641, ext. 4978

since 1913, offers you all
the following employment

We have an opening for a night shift Maintenance 2. Applicant must have the following
experience: Welding and Fabrication, stainless tig, basic electrical, Milwright (Prefer
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This position requires long periods of standing. Applicants must be able to meet the
following criteria: ability to manually pick up product and place them into cases, monitor
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Notice is hereby given:
Erica Mcelveen
Last known address of:
11681 Spring Warrior Roc
Perry, Florida 32348 or
1721 James Smith Road
Perry, Florida 32347
You are hereby notifle
eligibility to vote is In que
required to contact the
Elections, In Perry, Flor
than thirty (30) days afth
this publishing. Failure tc
result in a determination
by the Supervisor and y
be removed from the sti
registration system.
Dona Southertand
Taylor County Supervisor
PO Box 1060
Perry, Florida 32348
Notice of Public Hearing
For purposes of Section
Internal Revenue Code
amended, (the "codE
hereby given that th
County Housing Finan
(the "Authority') will h
hearing with respect t
finance for a single-fan
program of the Autho
contemplated Issuanc
from time to time of not
$300,000,000 Single Fan
Revenue Bonds
Program). The public hec
a.m.on Thursday, Nover
In the Onyx Conference
Hotel Duval, 415 South IV
Tallahassee, Florida 323C
will be issued pursuant t
of the Code to flnanc
loans to qualified home
moderate or middle In
construction, purc
rehabilitation of owr
single family housing Ic
participating Florida co
refinance portions of bo
Issued to provide fur
purposes. Partlcipatir
Include, Marion, Mc
Alachua, Indian River,
Bradford, Citrus, C
Hernando, St. Lucle, Lec
Union, Franklln, Putnam
Gadsden, Jefferson, We
Jackson, Wakulla, and E
The bonds will not constl
the Sate of Florida, Esca
or any participating
Housing Finance Authc
be payable solely from
generated from the
program or other pros
Housing Finance Author
At the public hearing al
will be given an op
express their views for c
proposal to Issue sold t
comments will also be
received prior to the
addressed and mailed
Chairman, 700 South P
Suite 310, Pensacola, FlI
Pursuant to the Am
Disabilities Act, persc
special accommodation
the hearing must
Authority at (850)432-70:
(5) days prior to the hea
Public Notice
Date of Notice -- Nove
On October 22, 2010, th
Water System rec
Administrative Order frc
States Envlronmental
Agency for failure
standard monitoring c
their Standard Monltc
required by the Stage 2
and Disinfection By--P
We are currently worker
this violation. The require
will be completed by A

(compliance Is determined by
calculating and reporting the results
of four quarters of monitoring). All
users of the City of Perry water system
should be aware that monitoring has
been scheduled to be performed
and there are no health Issues at this
time. You do not need to take any
corrective action, this Is a
monitoring/reporting violation only.
City of Perry Water System
224 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida 32347
Notice of Public Hearing
Hearing Date: December 7, 2010
Subject of Hearing: Revised Board
Policy, #3.19 Charter Schools
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, Perry, @6:00p.m.
A copy of this policy may be
obtained from the Superintendent's
Paul Dyal
Superintendent of Schools

pairs, LL In Re: The Estate of:
ting, concrete, Case No. 10-647-CP
tile, laminate ISAAC KARIM PARKER,
Home Repairs, Deceased.
7 or The administration of the estate of
whose date of death was July 23,
2010; File Number 10-647-CP Is
s pending in the Circuit Court for Taylor
s County, Florida, Probate Division, the
Grinding address of which is Post Office Box
ket Truck 620, Perry, Florida 32348. The names
tes and addresses of the personal
ree Expert representative and the personal
representatives' attorney are set forth
k Done below.
Front End All creditors of the decedent and
n/ Cleanup, other persons having claims or
7 (H) demands against decedent's estate,
7(H) on whom a copy of this notice has
(C) been served, must file their claims
page 110. with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
making money demands against decedent's estate
aking mone must file their claims with this court
1. Check this NOTICE.
The date of first publication of this
notice Is:
OCTOBER 27. 2010
Attorney for Personal Representative ,
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
ed that your Perry. Florida 32348
tstlon. You are Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Supervisor of Fax: (850) 584-7148
ida, no later 10/27,11/3
er the date of
Sof Ineliglbility DEED
our name will Notice is hereby given, that HENRY
atewlde voter JAY, JR., the holder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for
a tax deed to be issued thereon. The
r of Elections certificate number, year of issuance.
description of the property, and the
names in which the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 619
Year of Issuance 2008
147(f) of the Description of Property Parcel No.
e of 1986, as R05712-500 Commence at the
e") notice Is Northwest corner of Section 35,
re Escambia Township 4 South, Range 7 East,
ice Authority thence run East along section line 774
old a public feet, run Southerly parallel to West
to a plan of Section Line 125 feet for the Point of
illy mortgage Beginning, Thence run East 76 feet,
)rlty, and the run South 100 feet, run West 76 feet,
:e and sale run North 100 feet to the Point of
exceeding its Beginning. All lot lines parallel to
illy Mortgage corresponding section lines. Also
(Multi-County known as Lot Number 511 of Bellair
caring Is at 8:00 Heights Subdivision.
nber 18, 2010, Name in which assessed C.A. & LENA
SRoom of the C. WILLIAMS
Monroe Street, Said property being in the County of
01. The Bonds Taylor, State of Florida. Unless such
o Section 143 certificate shall be redeemed
ce mortgage according to law, the property
buyers of low, described shall be sold to the highest
come for the bidder at the courthouse door on the
:hase or 22nd day of November, 2010 at 11:00
ner-occupled o'clock a.m.
located within Dated this 20th day of October 2010
unties and to Annie Mae Murphy
nds previously Clerk of Circuit Court
ids for such Taylor County, Florida
ig Counties 10/20,10/27,11/3,11/10
martin, Taylor,
Santa Rosa, Notice Of Application For Tax Deed
Okeechobee, Notice is hereby given, that Cynthia L,
on, Okaloosa, Watson, the holder of the following
,Washington, certificate has filed certificate for a
alton, Holmes, tax deed to be Issued thereon. The
Escambla. certificate number, year of Issuance,
tute a debt of description of the property, and the
mbla County, names in which the property was
counties of assessed are as follows:
ritles, but will Certificate Number 885
Sthe revenue Year of Issuance 2008
e mortgage Description of Property
grams of the Parcel Number R07621-000
Titles. Commencing at the Northwest
I who appear corner of the Southwest Quarter of
opportunity to the Southwest Quarter of Section 27,
or against the Township 4 South, Range 8 East,
Donds. Written thence run east 420 feet, thence
considered If South 210 feet for the Point of
hearing and Beginning, thence run South 70 feet,
to: Authority thence West 70 feet, thence North 70
alafox Street, feet, thence East 70 feet to the Point
orida 32502. of Beginning.
ericans with Name in which assessed, Mid-State
ons needing Homes, Inc.
on to attend Said property being in the County of
contact the Taylor, State of Florida. Unless such
77 at least five certificate shall be redeemed
ring. according to law, the property
described shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door on the
29th day of November, 2010 at 11:00
mber 3, 2010. o'clock a.m.
e City of Perry Dated this 27th day of October, 2010.
celved an Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
im the United Annie Mae Murphy
Protection Clerk of Circuit Court
to conduct Taylor County, Florida
according to 10/27,11/3,11/10,11/17
ring Plan as
Disinfectants NOTICE (PURSUANT TO F.S. 125.66)
products Rule. Notice is hereby given that the Board
ig to remedy of County Commissioners of Taylor
ed monitoring County, Florida will hold a Public
ugust 1, 2011 Hearing on the passage of a

proposed Ordinance amending
Chapter 2-Adminlstratlon, Article V.
Boards, Commissions and Authorities,
Section 2- 126-Civil Infractions of the
Taylor County Code of Ordinances.
The Public Hearing shall be held at the
Board of County Commission Meeting
Room, Taylor County Courthouse
Annex, Old Post Office Building in
Perry, Florida, at the regular Board
meeting on
November 16, 2010, at 6:25 P.M. The
title of the proposed Ordinance Is:

The proposed Ordinance may be
Inspected by the public at the office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1st. Floor,
Taylor County Courthouse, Perry,
Taylor County, Florida,
The Public Hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
Interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the Public Hearing
shall be announced during the Publlc
Hearing, and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be

published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced Public
All members of the public are
welcome to attend. Notice Is further
given, pursuant to Florida Statute
286.0105, that any person or persons
deciding to appeal any matter
considered at this Public Hearing will
need a record of the hearing and
may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings Is made,
which record Includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal Is to be based.
Dated this 28th Day October of 2010,
by ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Clerk of the
Circuit Court and Clerk of the Board
of County Commissioners of Taylor
County, Florida.

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B-6 Taco Times November 3, 2010

Two TCHS teachers attend

NFCC hosts English summit

North Florida Community
College (NFCC) hosted it 8th
annual English Summit in
October inviting area reading
and language arts teachers from
NFCC's six-county service
area to gather together and

share information and ideas.
The summit explored
teaching strategies, college
readiness and how to better
prepare area high school
students for college, as well as
topics such as the FCAT and

Taylor County teachers Lilly Brooks, left, and Zach
Bartlett, right at the NFCC English Summit in

developmental education.
Attending from Taylor
County were Lilly Brooks and
Zach Bartlett.
"My goal is not only to teach,
but also to help prep students
for college and get them ready
for that next step in life,"
Bartlett said. "It's wonderful
that the community college is
willing to give us all this
information; showing us how
we can lead the students in the
right direction, whether it's
directing them here [to NFCC]
or directing them to a four-year
university or giving them
information they'll need to
become successful."
NFCC coordinates summit
meetings each year, in English
and other subject areas, to
promote communication
between NFCC instructors and
high school representatives
from Hamilton, Jefferson,
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee
and Taylor counties.

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William L. Wright has
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ROTC (Reserve Officer
Training Corps) Leader
Development and Assessment
Course, also known as
"Operation Warrior Forge," at
Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Wash.
The 32 days of training
provide the best possible
professional training and
evaluation for all cadets in the
aspects of military life,
administration and logistical
Although continued military
training and leadership
development is included in the
curriculum, the primary focus
of the course is to develop and
evaluate each cadet's officer
potential as a leader by
exercising the cadet's
intelligence, common sense,
ingenuity and physical stamina.
The cadet command assesses
each cadet's performance and
progress in officer traits,
qualities and professionalism
while attending the course.
Cadets in their junior and
senior year of college must

complete the leadership
development course. Upon
successful completion of the
course, the ROTC program,
and graduation from college,
cadets are commissioned as
second lieutenants in the U.S.

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He is the son of Nellie
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Willis, both of Perry.
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C-1 TacoTimes November3, 2010

Many hunting seasons

blast off in November

Monster deer
Local FWC Officer Randy McDonald bagged this huge buck recently in Camp Misery
during muzzleloading season. The monster weighed in at 198 pounds and had a
Boone and Crockett score of 131.

New deer permits required

for most hunters in Florida

The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) reminds hunters about
the new deer permit required
for sportsmen who hunt deer in
The permit costs $5 and can
be purchased at county tax
collectors' offices, retail outlets
that sell fishing and hunting
supplies, online at www.
fl.wildlifelicense.com or by
calling, toll-free, 888-HUNT-
FLORIDA (486-8356).
Hunters with any of the
sportsman's or lifetime hunting
licenses do not need to buy
the deer permit, because it
is already included in those
However, the deer permit is not
included with a hunting license,
combination hunting/freshwater
fishing license, combination

fishing license or a tive-year
hunting license. Anyone with
any of those licenses also must

buy the $5 deer permit to hunt
deer legally.
Youths under I6 years of
age; Florida residents over 64
years old; those with a Florida
resident disabled person

hunting and fishing certificate;
and residents in the It.S. Armed
Forces, not stationed in Florida,
while home on leave for 30 days
or less (with leave orders in
possession) do not need to buy
the deer permit, because they
are exempt from such license
and permit requirements.
Funds generated by the new
permit will be earmarked to
support deer management and
deer research.
The FW(' plans to establish
deer iiiani.gccmILnt units aind
a harvest reporting system.
both of which have been
identified as top priorities for
better mana1 gernmenlt of deer
by the agency and its hunting
Revenues also will support
ongoing efforts to monitor
Florida's deer herd for chronic
wasting disease.

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FWC Media Relations
November means the 2010-11
huntin' season's in full swing. I
will cover most everything you
need to know about general
gun, fall turkey, quail and gray
squirrel, snipe and the second
phase of mourning and white-
winged dove season.
The first thing you need to do
is pick up a $17 Florida resident
hunting license. Nonresidents
pay $46.50 for a 10-day license
or $151.50 for 12 months.
If you plan to hunt one
of Florida's many wildlife
management areas (WMAs),
you'll also need a $26.50
management area permit,
but don't forget to study the
brochure for the specific area
you plan to hunt because dates,
bag limits and rules differ
greatly from area to area.
You can get these brochures
at tax collectors' offices
and regional Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) offices in
close proximity to the WMA,
or you can download them from
You can buy your license and
permits by calling 888-HUNT-
FLORIDA or online at www.
fl.wildlifelicense.com. Have
your credit card ready. You
also can purchase them from
tax collectors' offices and most
retail outlets that sell hunting
and fishing supplies.
The general gun season runs
Nov. 6 Jan. 23 in Zone C; Dec.
4 Feb. 20 in Zone B; and in
Zone A the second phase of
general gun season runs Nov.
20 Jan. 2. In Zone D, it starts
Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 25)
and lasts four days until Nov.
28. Two weeks later, the season
reopens Dec. 11 and runs
through Feb. 20.
IHunters can take bucks

having at least one antler 5
inches or longer, but starting
this year, anyone hunting deer
in Florida must have the new $5'
deer permit. On private lands,
the daily bag limit for deer is
On private lands, hunters can
take wild hogs year-round with
no bag or size limits. On most
--but not all--WMAs, there's
also no bag or size limit on
wild hogs, and hunters can take
them during any hunting season
except spring turkey. Check the
WMA brochure to be certain.
The highly anticipated
antlerless deer season, often
called "doe week," is Nov.
20-26 (Thanksgiving week)
in zones A and C, and Dec. 26
- Jan. 1 (Christmas week) in
zones B and D.
During doe week, the daily
bag limit's one buck and one
doe, or two bucks. You may
not take two does in one day
like you can during archery
season, and spotted fawns are
never legal game. And by the
way, WMAs do not have an
antlerless deer season.
If you hunt with deer
dogs anywhere in Florida,
special' rules and registration
requirements may apply, so call
the FWC for details.
Fall turkey season in Zone A
is Nov. 20 Jan. 2. In zones B
and C. it runs Dec. 4 Jan. 30
and Nov. 6 Jan. 2, respectively.
And in Zone D, fall turkey
season is Nov. 25-28 and Dec.
11 Jan. 16. Only bearded
turkeys and gobblers are legal
game, and you must have a $10
turkey permit to hunt them. The
bag limit's one bird per day. and
a total of two during the archery.
crossbow, miuzzleloading
gun and fall turkey seasons
It's also against the law to
hunt turkeys in Holmes County

during the fall season.
Quail and gray squirrel season
runs statewide Nov. 13 March
6. There's a daily bag limit of
12 for each. but shooting fox
squirrels is against the law.
Shooting hours for deer,
turkeys, quail and gray squirrels
is a half-hour before sunrise to a
half-hour after sunset. All legal
rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
bows, crossbows and pistols
are legal for taking these
resident game animals during
the general gun, antlerless deer,
fall turkey, and quail and gray
squirrel seasons.
Snipe hunting in Florida
ranks second in the nation in
number of birds harvested each
year, and the season runs Nov. 1
- Feb. 15 statewide. The second
phase of the mourning and
white-winged dove season also
comes in this month and runs
Nov. 13-28. Shooting hours
for migratory game birds are
one-half hour before sunrise to
sunset. The bag limit for snipe
is eight: and for doves, the bag
limit is 15.
You must get a no-cost
migratory bird permit if you
plan to hunt snipe, doves or any
other migratory game birds.
The FWC even provides an
online "Dove Hunters' Hotline"
that gives up-to-date information
on Florida's public dove fields.
The address is MyFWC.comi
Dove, and it's updated every
Thursday throughout the dove
season. Information includes
dove densities, previous week's
harvests and field conditions.
Whether small-game hunting
with friends and family or
hunting solo. going after that
monster buck. boar hog or big
tonn. November brings loads of
great hunting opportunities.
Here's wishing you a happy
Thanksgiving and a successful
hunting season.

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2010-2011 Florida Hunting Season Dates and Bag Limits

July 31 Aug. 29
Antlered or anrlerlmss
deer D/o ow only

Aug. 30 Sept. 3 Antlered
deer only by crossbow
or bow

Sept. 4-17 Antlered deer
only by muzzleloader.
crossbow or bow

alpt. 1o unh. I 7anu
Nov. 20 Jan. 2
Antlered deer entire season:
antlerleas deer may be taken
Nov. 20-268 o all legal
centerilre rifles and pls.lols.
shotguns, muzzleloade08.
crossbows and Dows

De. 4 Feb.20
Ant eyed deer entire season:
Oct. 16 Nov. 14 Nov. 15-1 Antlered deer Nov. 20- Doe. 3 Antlered Antlerless deer may be taken
.r,. B Antlered or anterles co orbow dear only By mruzzlloader, Dec. 26 Jan. 1 by all legal
deer By Dowo onl, crossbow or bow centerfire rifles and pistols.
shotguns, muzzlleoaders.
crossb5D S and Dows
Nov. 6 Jan. 23
Antlered deer entire season;
Sept. 18 Oct. 17 Ont 1-22 Antlered deer Oat 3 Nov. 5 Antlered antlerless deer may be token
C..r ,r Antlered or anlerness only crossbow or Bow deer only by muzzleloader. Nov. 20-28 b ,all legal
deer Dy DBo. oG nl ony c cross or bow cresbow or bow centerlire rilles and pistols,
shotguns. muzzleloaders,
crossoows and bowS
Nov. 25-28 and
Dec. 11 Feb. 20
Oat.23 Nov. 24 Nov.29 Dec. 3 Antlered Doo.4-10 and Feb. 21-27 Antlered deer entire season:
Zc.ne D Anrlered or antlerless dear only By crossbow Antlered dear only by antlerlees deer may be taken
deer bjboh only or bow muzzleloader, crossbow Dec. 26 Jan. 1 y all legal
or bow centerire rifles end pistols.
shotguns. muzzleloeders,
crossbows and bows

Oot. 4-17 and Nov. 20 Jan. 2
Aby upt, 4-N7 by by all rflesgal rles. hotguns.
Zone 4 July 31- Aug.29 oy bow Aug. 30 b muzl bloaBr crossbow B il el r otbsnbs
only s crossbo only crossbow legal ri. shotgun s.
only cossowObowonly muzzleloaders. crossbows.
or bow only Dows and platols
No.20 Dc D by Dc. 4 Jan. 30 by all
.r.E Oct. 16 No. 14 by Nov. 15-19 by crossbow or m.ll-Olr. cros bow. legal rfles. snhoguns .
bow only bow only r bow, onlymows eno pistolsbDH
'~ ~ BNOV. 5 Je. 2 by ell
Zoe Sept. 16 Oct. 17 by Oct. 15-22 by crossbow or il rca5 bow y.legal rfles, shotgun s.
bow only bow only mullloaf6er, crossbow iruzzleloaders. crossbows.
or bow only bows and pistols
Nov. 25-28 and
Oct. 23 Nov. 24 by Nov. 29 Dec. I by dM, 4-s10 by muzzleloader. Is .l- tn.lb
regal rifles, shotguns.
Zone, E, bow only crossbow or bow only Orossbow or bow only muzzletoaders, Crossoows,
bows and pistols

9... =-'7 by NOv. 13 March 6by all
ZC a July 31_-A/ug. 29 by cow Aug. 30-SIePt.SL y muZzleloader, crossbow lal' rifles. shotguns.
STTED Aonly 0 crossbow or bow only muoad e Qoaders. crossbows.
Zcr.___ony _crosbowor nGyor bow only Soows ano pistols
Nov. 13 March 6 by all
Zc.r.e Oct. 16 NOv. 12 oy legal rifles, snotguns.
bow only muzzleloaders. crossbows.
bows and pistols
Bd. 3- te, h Nov. 13 Moarch 6 By all
Zone Spt. 18 Oct. 17 by O 1t. 1-22 by crossbow or D ela .gr-,Pro, legal rifles, shotguns.
Sw only bow only muzzleloaders. crossbows.
bwolyboonly.rbw lbabows and pistols

Oct. 23 Nov. 12 by
bow only

Nov. 13 March 6 By all
legal rifles, shotguns.
muzzleloaders. crossbows.

I'jri.g Archery Season
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Quail 12 Der da,
Squirrel 12 per oar

Resident Hunting Licenses

Annual Sportsman's License
Includes hunting, freshwater fishing and permits for wildlife management area, archery, crossbow,
muzzleloadlng gun, deer, turkey and Florida waterfowl.


Annual Gold Sportsman's License $100.00
Includes all licenses and permits in the Sportsman's License plus saltwater fishing, crawfish and snook permits.
Annual Military Gold Sportsman's License*
Includes all licenses and permits in the Gold Sportsman's Lcense; restricted to Florida residents who are active $20.00
or retired military; available only at tax collectors' offices.

Annual 64 or Older Hunting and Fishing
Includes freshwater fishing and hunting licenses; and wildlife management area, archery, crossbow,
muzzleloading gun, deer, turkey, migratory bird and Florida waterfowl permits.
Five-Year Hunting (no permits included)
Annual Hunting
Annual Hunting/Freshwater Fishing
Annual Hunting/Saltwater and Freshwater Fishing
Senior Citizen Hunting and Fishing Certificate (65 or older)


No Cost

Disabled Person Hunting and Fishing Certificate No Cost
* Available only to Florida residents who are active or retired members of the U.S. Armed Forces (Armed Forces Reserve,
Florida National Guard, Coast Guard or Coast Guard Reserve); upon submission of a current military identification card
and military orders showing you are stationed In Florida or a Florida Drivers Lcense. This license can only be purchased at
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0 Must have $5 Archery Season Permit as well
as hunting license. It is prohibited to use bqws
equipped with sights or aiming devices with
electronic computational capabilities or light
(laser) projection during this time.
SMust have $5 Crossbow Season Permit as well
as hunting license.
SMust have $5 Muzzleloadlng Gun Season
Permit as well as hunting license. The only
muzzleloaders that can be used during this time
are those that take black powder or a non-nitro-
cellulose substitute and are fired by wheel loc
flintlock, percussion cap or centerfire primer
(including 209 primers). Muzzleloaders using
smokeless powder, those that can be loaded
from the breech or those with self-contained
cartridge ammunition capabilities are not lega
during this period.
Free-running dogs may be used for hunting bu
must wear collars listing the owner's name
and address. When using dogs to hunt deer oi
private property, hunters must first register wi
the FWC (at no cost) the tract of land they ha\
permission to hunt, and all deer dogs must
have their FWC-lssued registration number on
their collars. Copies of the registration also
must be in hunter's possession when using
dogs to pursue deer.
O Must have Turkey Permit ($10 for residents, $1.
for nonresidents) as well as hunting license t(
hunt turkeys.
O Furbearers may be taken with live traps and
snares, but must have $26 Trapping License.
Live traps and snares must be checked at lea
every 24 hours. Using or possessing steel or

leg-hold traps where wildlife might be found is
prohibited, unless authorized by permit from t
FWC executive director. Trapping License also
is required to sell hide and meat of furbearing
mammals year-round, but otter and bobcat
pelts may be sold to licensed fur dealers or
agents from Dec. 1, 2010 through March 31,
2011 only. It is illegal to transport wild-trappe
live raccoons within, into or from the state,
except by FWC permit or authorization.
O Antlered deer: Deer having at least one antler
5 or more inches in length visible above the
hairline; Antlerless deer: Deer (except spottec
fawns) that do not have antlers or have antler
less than 5 inches in length. It is illegal to tak
spotted fawns.
O In Miami-Dade County, it is prohibited to
possess a bow on an airboat during this time.
Q No antlerless deer may be taken on that portion
of the eastern Everglades south of Tamiami
Trail (U.S. 41) and east of Everglades National
Park; or in Collier County south of 1-75 during
this period.
0 In Holmes County, there is no fall harvest of
turkeys allowed.
0 Only youths under 16 years old are allowed to
harvest a turkey while supervised by an adult, 18
years or older. However, adult supervisors with
a hunting license and turkey permit are allowed
to "call in" the turkey and otherwise participate
in the hunt, but they are not permitted to harvest
one. Any turkey harvested during the Youth
Spring Turkey Hunt counts toward the youth
hunter's spring season limit of 2.




1. Control the direction of your firearm's muzzle.
Carry your firearm safely, keeping the safety on
until ready to shoot. Keep your finger off the
trigger until ready to shoot.

2. Treat every firearm with the same respect due
a loaded firearm.

3. Identify your target and what is beyond it.
Know the identifying features of the game you

4. Be sure the barrel and action are clear of obstruc-
tions and that you have only ammunition of the
proper size for the firearm you are carrying.

5. Unload firearms when not in use. Leave the
actions open. Firearms should be carried
empty in cases to and from shooting areas.

6. Never point a firearm at anything you do no want
to shoot. Avoid all horseplay with a firearm.

7. Never climb a fence or tree, or jump a ditch or
log, with a loaded firearm. Never pull a firearm
toward you by the muzzle.

8. Never shoot a bullet at a flat, hard surface or
water. During target practice, be sure your
backstop is adequate.

9. Store firearms and ammunition separately
beyond the reach of children and careless

10. Avoid alcoholic beverages or other mood-

altering drugs before or while shooting.




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RABBIT statewide Year round Dy all legal rifles, shotguns. muzzleloaders, crossoows, bows and pistols 0y 12 per aay
WILD HOG Statewide Year round by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows, bows and pistols. Wild hogs also may be No limit
tIrapped. -unting license not required on private property. N
DeBOBCA 1-March h1t by Those with a hunting license may possess no more than 1 bobcat and 1 otter poll Bobcat: No limit
OSttewide muzzleloaders, between April 1 and Nov. 30, 2011. unless pelt has FWC tag. Also. otter and bobcat
OTTER S 0 tatewide m ows and pelts may not be taken out of Florida unless tagged. Bobcats may be chased with Oter: No limit
OTT1ER crossbows, bows and do
pistols dogsar, round.
Hunting raccoons or opossums at night Is allowed, but only .22-caliber rimfire firearms
OPOSSUM Year round by all legal (other than .22-magnums) or single-shot .410-gauge shotguns (using shot not larger
COYOTE rifles, shotguns, than size 6) may be used. Firearms may not be loaded until immediately prior to
Statewide muzzleloaders. shooting raccoons or opossums. Hunting raccoons or opossums by displaying or using No limit on any species
BEAVER crossbows bows and lights from moving vehicles, vessels or animals is prohibited. It is illegal to transport
SKUNK pistols 0 wild-trapped live raccoons within, Into or from the state, except by FWC permit or
NUTRIA authorization.
Zone A Aug. 14 Sept. 2 Those with a hunting license may train or toughen free-running deer dogs on private property during daylight hours.
DEER-DOG Zone B D Oct30- Nov. 18 after first registering (et no cost) the tract of land with the FWC. While training, all deer dogs must have their FWC-
TRAINING issued registration number, along with the owner's name and address on their collars. Copies of the registration
Zone C Oct. 2-21 must be In the hunter's possession when training door dogs.

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To be more in line

with the rut

Hunting season dates on the move

Although hunting season
dates for wildlife management
areas are slightly out of sync
with the zonal hunt dates on
private lands, the situation is
only temporary. By next year,
hunting season dates will be
more closely aligned with the
rut the period when deer are
In February 2010, the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) voted to
realign the state's deer hunting
zones, including creation of a
fourth zone. The zones have
been renamed A-D.
Most of the former Northwest
Hunting Zone is now Zone D.
The Central Zone was renamed
Zone C.




The line dividing zones C
and D begins at U.S. 27 at the
Gadsden County-Georgia stale
line and runs south on U.S. 27
until it meets State Road 61
in Tallahassee. From there it
follows S.R. 61, running south
until it hits U.S. 319. It follows
U.S. 319 south to U.S. 98; then
east along U.S. 98 before turning
south on Spring Creek Highway
and continuing to the Gulf of
"The changes to the state's
hunting zones align the deer
hunting seasons more closely
with the rut," said Cory Morea,
deer management coordinator for
the FWC's Division of Hunting
and Game Management.
The new deer hunting zones

and season dates for private lands
are in the 2010-2011 Florida
Hunting Regulations handbook,
as well as online at MyFWC.
corn/Hunting. However, some
hunters are asking the FWC why
wildlife management area hunt
dates are slightly out of sync
with the zonal hunt dates.
"Adjusting hunting season
dates was designed to be a two-
phase project," Morea said. "In
2009, FWC staff worked with
stakeholders, held several public
meetings and incorporated
public comments to adjust
zones and zonal seasons. We
have since been working with
stakeholders, cooperators and
the public on adjusting seasons
on WMAs.

"You can call thisa'transitional
year.' The 2011-2012 deer
hunting seasons on WMAs will
more closely match the dates for
the new statewide zones," Morea
added. "However, there still will
be some differences between
WMAs and zonal seasons, since
hunter preferences are being
used to set season dates."
In 2008, the FWC approved
a new deer management plan
that outlines a 10-year strategic
direction. The adoption of new
deer hunting zones and seasons
is the latest of a number of
projects related to the plan. The
entire plan, including proposed
season dates for 201 1-12, can be
viewed at MyFWC.com/Deer.

seasons to be expanded

by a month beginning in July 2011

The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) has passed a new rule
that will extend zonal crossbow
seasons by a month, thereby
running concurrently with
archery season, beginning July
The FWC received requests
from Florida hunters who
want more crossbow-hunting

opportunities not only more
hunting days, but also to be
allowed to take deer of either
sex, which is legal in many
other states, including Georgia
and Alabama.
Because of the request, the
FWC checked with Florida's
hunters through an online
poll, and more than 70 percent
of those who responded

supported increasing crossbow
opportunities on private lands.
The new rule adds 30 days to
the crossbow season in zones
A, B and C, and it adds 33 days
in Zone D, thereby making
it coincide with the archery
Starting with the 2011-2012
hunting season, any hunter with
a hunting license, deer permit
and crossbow permit will be
able to get in the woods a month
early on private lands and use
a crossbow (or a bow) to take
deer of either sex.
This rule is intended to give
hunters more opportunities and
enable youths and others who
have difficulty using a vertical
how to have more hunting days,
thereby helping to recruit and
retain more people into the
tradition of hunting.
Ihe commission also passed
another rule that limits the
methods of take allowed during
spring turkey hunts on FWC-
tinalLged areas beginning, with
the next spring turkey season
(March 20111. However. all
legal bows and crossbows are
still allowed.
I'lie nIe\ rule restricts
litn't-a:i ,s to shotguns and
Iui//Illoading shotguns only.
tsing shot tno larger than No.
2. All rilles. pistols, buckshot
aind slugs are now prohibited
during spring turkey hunts on

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wildlife management areas
(WMAs), except on Joe Budd
WMA, Raiford WMA and
Santa Fe Swamp Wildlife and
Environmental Area. On these
three areas, muzzleloading rifles
will still be allowed, because
spring turkey hunting on these
areas is restricted to primitive
guns only.
This rule came about after
public-land turkey hunters
and others expressed safety
concerns, prompting the FWC
to ask Florida's hunters, again
through an online survey.
More than 75 percent of those
who responded supported the
restriction on firearms during
spring turkey hunts on WMAs.
"If we can save one life
by passing this rule, it's
certainly worth doing," said
Commissioner Ron Bergeron.

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buck he bagged during archery season this year.


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Season: First Phase November 20-28, 2010
Second Phase December 11,2010 January 30, 2011
Youth Waterfowl Days February 5-6. 2011
Shooting Hours: One-half hour before sunrise to sunset
Bag Limit (daily/possession): Six (12 in possession) duck
daily bag limit shall consist of no more than four mallards
(no more than two of which may be females), one black duck,
one mottled duck (Florida duck), one fulvous whistling-duck,
one canvasback, two pintails two redheads, two scaup. thrcc
wood ducks and four scoters. All other species of duck exceptt
harlequin ducks) may be taken up to the six-duck daily limit.
Taking or attempting to take harlequin ducks is prohibited.
Mergansers: Daily limit 5, only two of which may he a
hooded merganser; possession limit 10, only four of \\ which maIx
be hooded mergansers.
Coots -- 15/30
Canada Goose (Statewide)
Season: First Phase Nov. 20-28. 2010
Second Phase December 1, 2010 Januar\ 30. 201 I
tBg Limit (daily/possessibn): 5/10
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