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welcomee to Taylor County's


50 th Floida Forest Fest.


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~ iOs'ur 116th Year, No. 42


'No' to referendum



Impromptu hearing- fails



to sway commissioners


First in forestry, first in hospitality
Deputy Mark Hershberger, center, slaps the cuffs on Mark and Sonja Sedberry--
Taylor County's 2005 Mr. and Mrs. Tourist. The Georgia couple will be the very special
guests of the Florida Forest Festival with VIP seating at each and every event, starting
with a reception today at the Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce. For a complete
schedule of events planned for the next two days, please see page B 4.




What.. catch!


Mr. & Mrs

By CHARLES SADLER
Staff writer
The search for the 2005 Florida
Forest Festival Mr. and Mrs.
Tourist took a different twist this
year, as the recipients were asked
to do the honors via marine. radio.
The selection committee, as is
tradition, traveled to the Wayside
-Park on U.S. Hwy. 19 North
Wednesday morning, in search of a
prospective couple.
The result?
Nothing.
1 The committee, which travels in
a caravan, then went in search at
local restaurants and large retail
stores looking for a motor home
which might be carrying the
perfect pair.
The result?
Nothing.
Time was ticking, when Taylor
'County Sheriffs Office Dep. Mark
Hershberger, who accompanied the
caravan to "arrest" the chosen
couple, called Keaton Beach


The North Florida Power Project
and the lack of a referendum on the
issue once again brought members
of the public to the county
commission, resulting in an
impromptu "public hearing"
Tuesday night.
Tuesday night's meeting marked
the second in a row with a
standing-room-only, crowd. The
power plant issue was at the end of
,the agenda and it was almost 8 p.m.
when discussions began, but more
than 40 people were still in
attendance.
Local residents Diane Whitfield
and Gale Dickert were on the.
agenda to discuss the power plant.
When Whitfield walked to the
podium, however, she said she was
there to sere to serve as "moderator" to
allow other members in the


audience to speak.
Commission Chairn
Gunter gaid it had n(
impression that they wi
hold a "public hearing'
for the pleasure of the
commissioners replied
felt the people should b
speak.


Tourist 'nabbed' on the C


Marina, and asked Sandy Beach
Manning if there might be any
prospects staying as guests.
"I. think we have the perfect
couple," she responded.
"Bingo!" committee members
declared.
"There's just one problem,"
added Manning. "They are out
fishing. But I'll see if I can reach
them on the radio."
The clock kept ticking as the
committee sat in the parking lot of
a local convenience store,
watching as several motor homes
passed on the highway, waiting for
Hershberger's cell phone to ring.
Then it happened. The call heard
around Taylor County came
through and it was a "go." They
accepted.
Thus, meet Mark and Sonja
Sedberry,...both 57...both from
Albany, Ga,....both retired...and
both loving the chance to serve as
2005 Mr. and Mrs. Tourist.
The Sedberrys said they have


often driven through Perry on their
trek to Keaton Beach to do what
they love to do most...fish, but
never in October.
"I was sitting on my .swing at
home Monday, after staying at
home all weekend," Mark said,
"and I told Sonja that we needed to
go do something.
"The next evening we were
sitting on our boat in the Gulf just
outside Keaton Beach. The day
after that, we were asked to be part
of the Florida Forest Festival.
Incredible!" he added.
. Mark is retired from a Procter &
Gamble plant in Albany after 26
years, and ironically, the company
he worked for there, used the pulp
from the local Buckeye plant to
make disposable diapers and other
finished products.
Sonja, retired from Sunnyland
Farms, was a supervisor at the
plant, which is a mail-order nut
farm.
"They have every kind of nut in


the world that you
through the mail," she s
The Sedberrys have
old son, John; a
daughter, Marti; four gr
and two great-grandchi
Avid travelers, the
have many stories of
road.
One of their favorite


"We know we need jobs here,
but we don't need them at the
expense of our health and well-
being," Dickert said.
"You studied the jobs and the
economy. You haven't studied the
health effects because if you had,
you wouldn't still be supporting it."
She read a letter sent to
Jacksonville Electric Authority,
one of the utilities behind the


NFPP, by a number of medical
societies and civic organizations in
opposition of the plant.
Whitfield then called people to
speak in order of the county district
they lived in, addressing their
individual commissioners.
Some 11 people spoke and all
but one were opposed to the power
,- Please see page 8


$138 million economic


impact expected from


coal-fired power plant


The North Florida Power Project will result in some $138 million
man Daryll injected into the area economy during the five year construction period and
ot been his more than $45 million per year once the plant is operational, according to
ere going to a economic analysis conducted by the North Central Florida Regional
" and asked Planning Council (NCFRPC).
board. The "Once a decision was made, we went to the NCFRPC to get an analysis,"
d that they said Director of Economic Development Rick Breer, who presented the
e allowed to report to the county commission Tuesday night.
The analysis was broken down into two parts, the construction phase
expected to last from 2008 until the first quarter of 2012, and the,
operational phase beginning in 2012.
"This study .measure f 1i. economic impacts of construction,
maintenance and operation of the'North Florida Power Project as they
pertain to Taylor County," the report said.
"The total impact of this construction project will be felt by several
surrounding counties as well. However, the jobs and total economic
activity in Taylor County only are summarized," it continued.
The reports predicts. 60 direct construction jobs in 2008, 427 in 2009,
1234 in 2010, 988 in 2011 and 137 in 2012.
can order NFPP forecasts no more than 1,234 construction jobs per year, the report
said. said. Breer conceded this was less than the 1,500 jobs he had advertised
a 37-year- while promoting the plant.
31-year-old In addition to the construction jobs, the report predicts 114 indirect jobs
andchildren in 2009, 337 in 2010, 303 in 2011 and 92 in 2012.
Idren. Indirect jobs are a result of the project purchasing from other industries.
Sedberrys There is also a prediction of the number of people "living in the area that
life on the otherwise would not be expected there without; the project." In 2008,
13 new people are expected, 125 in 2009, 426 in 2010, 634 in 2011 and
es is about 595 in 2012.


, Please see page 3 Please see page 3


Debate continues as Harris


named interim soccer coach


A contingent of approximately
35 soccer parents and students
attended Tuesday night's Taylor
District School Board meeting to
plead their case for their choice for
the Taylor County High School
varsity head soccer coach position.
When the meeting began,
Chairman Brenda Carlton
announced to the audience that
Superintendent of Schools Oscar
Howard Jr. had just requested the
position be pulled from flLnhight's
agenda and that he would explain
why.
"There was an incident which
occurred this afternoon," said
Howard, "and until I investigate it,
I'm not. comfortable with my
recommendation. So, I've asked
that the position be tabled until I
can find out exactly what
happened."


Shortly thereafter, the board was
addressed by soccer parents and'
leaders of the group who
have protested Howard's
recommendation of TCHS Head Jr.
Varsity Coach Dan Anderson at the
last three previous meetings.
"I just want to make sure that I
understand," Junior Proenza said.
"Can I ask the board to appoint
someone to serve as coach until
this thing can be resolved? I see no
reason for the kids to suffer.
Practice time is here and they have
no head coach."
Howard told Proenza that he
would "place someone in that
position by Wednesday or
Thursday."
"Can parents help with that
decision?" asked Proenza. "I'm
tired of butting heads about this.
We all are."


Board Member Mark
Southerland, asked Howard if he
was "going to get someone with a
soccer coaching certificate," to
which Howard responded, "If I
can."
Howard announced yesterday
(Thursday) that he had appointed
TCHS 'Head Varsity Football
Coach Price Harris as interim
coach until the next regularly
scheduled school board meeting,
when he would recommend him
for the permanent position.
"I have placed Price as interim
coach," said Howard, "and he will
be my recommendation for the
position for the remainder of the
year. He has three years'
experience coaching soccer and
I'm sure he will do an excellent job.
'0* Please see page 5


Bright lights, pine tree city
Taylor County residents enjoyed the best of both worlds Tuesday night-Cbright lights
from the carnival and spectacular fireworks. The annual fireworks show, staged at
Perry/Foley Airport, boasted 50 golden shells hand-crafted for the 50th annual Florida
Forest Festival. The non-stop action lasted for more than 20 minutes and lived up to its
advertisement as a "Fabulous Fireworks Show!" (Photo by Angela M. Castelucci)


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A-3 Perry News-Herald


October 21-22, 2005


Gov. Bush declares 'Florida Forestry Week'


It's official--Gov. Jeb Bush has
declared Oct. 17-22 as "Florida
Forestry Week." ,
The 'proclamation, made at the
..Capitol Tuesday, Oct. 4, 'came
during a special presentation by


forestry representatives which
included Taylor County's 2005 Jr.
Miss Allison Bassett and members
of the Florida Forest Festival
Board of Directors.
.The proclamation stated, in part:


"Whereas, Florida's forests and
forest-related industries are vital
for today's good living and
tomorrow's needs; and
"Whereas, Florida's over 16
million acres of forest lands are a


large income producer, adding
nearly $16 billion to the economy
each year and providing for the
livelihoods of more than 130,000
Floridians, and
"Whereas, forest landowners and


other citizens have worked
diligently to protect and develop
Florida's forest resources through
reforestation, fire prevention,
prescribed burning, erosion control
and' sound harvesting practices,
and
"Whereas, forest landowners
provide millions of acres of
woodland for outdoor recreation,
providing a 'Green Belt of Life' for
all Floridians;
"Whereas, in recognition of our
state's forest lands, Florida's


forestry community annually
sponsors a public celebration of
sustainable forestry known as the
Florida Forest Festival,
which culminates the fourth
Saturday of October at Forest
Capital State Park in
Perry.
"Now, therefore, be it resolved
that the governor and cabinet of the
State of Florida do hereby.
declare the week of Oct. 17
through Oct. 22, 2005, as
Florida Fdrestry Week."


A special delegation oi ioretry representatives traveled to the Capitol Oct. 4 for a meeting with Gov. Jeb Bush and his Cabinet.
Among those in attendance were 2005 Jr. Miss Allison Bassett, Mayor Emily Ketring, County Commission Chairman Daryll
_jGunter, Florida Pulp & Paper Association's Mercer Fearington Jr., District Forester John Fish, Perry/Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce Director DawnTaylor, Florida Forest Festival board member Deidra McRory Newman, Buckeye's Dan Simmons,
'Foley Timber & Land Vice President of Woodlands Operations Travis McCoy and students in Taylor County Middle School's gifted
program.

For Saturday's parade


Mr. Tourist is practicing his wave


MR. AND MRS. TOURIST 'usty and smile. Children
R. AND MRS. TOURISespecially love it."
;Continued from page 1 True southerners, Sonja said
:the time they drove to Nova Scotia, hen their travels take them up
'Canada, and stopped by a small post north, like the time they went to
Office. Boston, they don't worry about
S"Sonja went in to get some being laughed at in restaurants
stamps," Mark said, "and I waited when they have a hankering for
:and I waited and I waited. Finally grwis for breakfast.
:she comes out and I asked her what e take it with us in the motor
took so long." home," she said. "There are several
"They wanted to hear me talk," rtitig we eat down here that are
said Sonja. "They couldn't get over not available up north, so we go
that south Georgia accent. Every prepared."
time I started out the door, they The couple is very happy about
would ask me somethir s being chosen as Mr. and Mrs.
v. uuld have to respond, andTI 1d- "II" e
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how much they loved my accent. It
was a hoot."
The couple takes their best friend
along with them on their travels, a
15-year-old Dachshund/Pekinese
mix named Rusty.
"He rides on t.he dash
everywhere we go," said Mark.'
"When we pass by other vehicles,
it's nothing to see people point at


Tllis is increlibleUUi, saiU ctoUllnjad.
"There we were, fishing and
enjoying ourselves when that call
came in on the radio asking'us. We
talked about it for a couple of
minutes and said, 'Why not? That
sounds like fun.'
"We had no idea that there would,
be so many fun things to do."
"That's right," said Mark.
S."Riding in a parade in front of


Congressman Allen Boyd will
be? among the special guests
attending the 50th annual Florida
Forest Festival.
Boyd will begin his visit with the
dignitaries reception at the Perry
Woman's Club. The reception will
start at 8 a.m.
He will then join some 100 other
entries for the annual King Tree
Parade, which kicks off at 10 a.m.
Thousands are expected to line
the parade route, which begins in
front of the Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce and rolls
down Jefferson Street to the
intersection of Old Dixie Highway.
.Also in the parade will be 4he
Abany Marine Band, the First
United Methodist Church Kazoo


Semper Fi!
The Albany Marine Corps Band will march in Saturday's King
Tree Parade and will perform in concert at Forest Capital Park
at 12:15 p.m. Members of the Taylor County High School
JROTC will serve as hosts for the band, which will arrive from
Georgia early Saturday morning. Their performance will fol-
low opening ceremonies at Forest Capital Park, which are
slated for high noon. The opening ceremonies will also mark the
start of the "World's Largest FreeFish Fry."


everybody. That's a first. I'm going
to have to practice waving."
The Sedberrys began their tour
of duty Wednesday with a cruise of
the Steinhatchee River,
compliments of Sea Hag
Marina, along with their Perry
hosts, Freddie and Linda
Gunter.
"We've driven to and eaten in
Steinhatchee, but have never been
on the. river," said Mark. "It was
absolutely beautiful."
Other stops on their itinerary
include a tour of downtown Perry,
a welcome reception to be held. at
,t3le Perry/Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce today (Friday),
where they will receive a key to the
City of Perry from Mayor Emily
Ketring, a tour of Buckeye, the
heavy equipment show and field
trip at Forest Capital Park today,
the bed race and gaslight parade.
SOn Saturday, they will ride in the
King Tree Parade and then join
thousands of locals and visitors for
the actual festival, where they will


Band, Miss Florida Mari Wilensky,
2005 Florida Forest Festival Jr.
Miss Allison Bassett, Miss
Madison Summer Hicks, six
Georgia forestry queens, a host of
clowns and the Pride of Taylor
Marching Band.















SEASONS & SERENADES"

The 15-member ensemble
and rto guest artists will
"spice up and season your
evening" with classic
i compositions from Antonio
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; tango king Astor Pjazzolla

Thursday
Oct. 27, 2005
7:00 p.m.
Van H Priest Audilonum
Madison. Flonda

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enjoy all the activities in the
park.
Local restaurants have also
donated meals for the couple and
hosts, and Southern Oaks
Campground supplied a cabin
for the couple to stay in, but they
opted for the comfort of their
motor home.
"We're used to it," Sonja said.
"This whole thing has been such
a pleasant surprise," she added.
"You people, in Taylor County
sure know how to make tourists
welcome."


NFCC, TTI to develop


new training courses?

ECONOMIC IMPACT'
Continued from page 1
In 2008, for instance, 60 new jobs are predicted but only 13 will move
to Taylor County, the report said. "The rest are either current Taylor -
County residents that are unemployed and begin working at the plant, or
commutes that work in Taylor County but live elsewhere.' ,
Over the five year construction ,period, there will be an additional
$138,345,000 in gross regional product for Taylor County. This is new
money injected into the regional economy.
Disposal personal income (personal income minus personal taxes) will
increase in Taylor County by $88,713,000 during the construction period.
The plant is expected to begin operations in 2012, but all operational
staff will be hired by the second quarter of 2011, with hiring beginning in
2008.
In 2008 three direct operational jobs with four indirect jobs are
predicted; in 2009, 22 direct and 30 indirect; in 2010, 86 direct and 123
indirect; in 2011, 180 direct and 281 indirect; in 2012, 180 direct and 336
indirect; and in 2013, 180 direct and 361 indirect.
In 2014, the plant will reach stabilization with 180 direct jobs and 369
indirect jobs.
The average wages reported from the company's business plan is
$55,400 for all employees, including management, the report said. This is
$15,000 over the average initially reported.
Once the plant reaches stabilization, the project is predicted to bring an
additional gross regional product of $45,880,000 annually. Real disposable
income is expected at $22,100,000 annually.
The total new population in the county as a result of the power plant is
expected at 674 people.
The study did not estimate the economic impacts on individual counties
to or near Taylor County nor the environmental costs associated with
emissions from the plant.
It also did not measure the fiscal impacts of the project of new demands
on government services nor new government revenues through taxes.
Breer said he was in talks with officials at North Florida Community
College and Taylor Technical Institute to develop education programs
before hiring begins "to get as many Taylor Countians in the workforce as
we possibly can."'


Congressman to attend festival


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A-4 Perry News-Herald October 21-22, 2005



Of the Florida Forest Festival


What's your favorite memory?


What is your favorite memory
of the Florida Forest Festival?
That was the question Taylor
County Middle School students
posed to teachers -and fellow
classmates as part of a project tied
to this weekend's 50th
anniversary festival celebration.
The survey, was conducted by
students in the gifted program and
the Virtuoso Student Society led
by teacher Deidra McRory
Newman.
How do your favorite memories
compare? Read and see...
--Becky Swain, teacher: "When I
lived by the water plant I loved
waking up each year on festival
morning to the sound of the
bands, cheerleaders and baton
twirlers in the parade line-up
practicing for the parade."
--Lori Wetherington, teacher:
"The aroma of all the carnival food
excites my taste buds; however,
funnel cakes and kettle corn would


Anita Reams, Michael Brown


Reams-Brown vows


to be spoken Nov. 5
David and Diana, Reams of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter, Anita, to Michael Brown, the son of Thomas G. and Linda J.
Brown of Live Oak.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Sue Bard of Perry.
Wedding vows will be exchanged on Nov. 5, 2005, at 2 p.m. in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pratts in Shady Grove. Formal invitations
will be issued, but all friends and relatives of the couple are invited to
attend.

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--Bonnie Jo Wells, staff:
"When I won the frog and turtle
races--two years running--back in
the 1960's, when it was, held at
City Park. I won five silver
dollars for each contest."
--Peggy Williams, teacher:
"While attending the Florida
Forest Festival Parade in 1981, 1
went into labor and gave birth to
my first child 'on Forest Festival
day."
--Emily Newman, student:
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--Haley Johstono, student: "The
first time I ever ate kettle corn was
my favorite memory and going
back every year to get some
more!"
--Stephen Smith, student: "My,
favorite memory was last year
when I was able to help with the
cane grinding demonstration."
--Martha Hooper, parent: "My
fondest memory was when my son
bought his first sword and his
look of happiness."
--Jan Walker, assistant
principal: "When they had a
petting zoo and when I took my
family. We saw penny .sawdust


and found pennies. Also the candy
apples."
--Audrey Bass, teacher: My first
Florida Festival I attended I had
never seen that many different
people, different queens, beautiful
floats, and wonderful queens like
Mrs. Universe."
--Deyla Gantt, student: "My
most memorable moment of the
Florida Forest Festival was 2 -
years ago when my grandfather
won the Florida Forest Festival
Car Show. We all took pictures
and got a trophy. It was a
wonderful moment!"
--Wade Holton, student: "When
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Red Hats will 'float' in festival parade


Barbara Patrick, Debbie Beach
and Alice Brady were hostesses for
the September meeting of the
Roseheads, Perry's chapter of the
Red Hat Society. Seventeen
members gathered on Sunday,
Sept. 24, at noon in PACE Union
Hall. -
Barbara Patrick gave a report on
the Red Hat International
Convention, which was held in
June, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nev.
She and Debbie Beach both
attended and reported a great time.
Plans for the 2006 convention are
now underway.
Debi Limoges updated everyone
on the progress of the float for the
Forest Festival parade. The 16-
foot trailer will be decorated the
week of Oct. 17 in Cheryl
Gregory's garage. Limoges
reported, "I think we have enough
riders for the float. Most are Red
Hatters (50 and over), but we may
have a couple of Pink Hatters
(under 50), too. If you really want
to ride on the float, please call


584-8318--there could be last-
minute changes."
Jeanne Hilgendorf stated that she
had attended a Red Hat social in
another state while traveling with
her work. Bert Sabol said she and
her daughter attended a Red Hat
meeting while traveling. She also
added that her daughter enjoyed the
occasion so much that she returned
home and started her own chapter--
cutting off membership at 40


ladies. Anyone interested in
starting another Red Hat chapter in
our community should call
Barbara Patrick at 584-1458.
Additional information can also be
found at www.redhatsociety.com.
Refreshments were served, and
everyone received a door prize.
Table favors were small bags of
spiced lemon tea. Barbara Patrick
and Bert Sabol were recognized as :
having September birthdays.


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Disciplinary action imposed


SOCCER
Continued from page 1
We need to get the program going"
and move forward and away from


all the bickering," he added.
"As far as the incident which
occurred at the high school
Tuesday evening between Dan
Anderson (Howard's original


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choice) and Rodney King (parent's
choice), I am not going to have
that kind of behavior.
"There was an apparent
argument between the two men in
front of students at the practice
field, and I am not going to put up
with that. Especially that kind of
behavior in front of the students,"
Howard added.
Howard said that disciplinary
action had been taken against
Anderson and King.


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When contacted Thursday,
Harris said he had served as soccer
coach in Leesburg for three years
and. was looking forward to
serving in the same position here,
along with being the head football
coach.
"It's not a perfect situation,"
Harris said, "but we're going to
get after it. We've got a good
looking bunch of kids coming
back and we're going to give the
opposing teams everything we've
got."
Harris. said try-outs would take
place Monday and Tuesday of next
week and practice would take place
after football practice. .
Newly installed TCHS Junior
Varsity Head Soccer Coach Danny
Glover Jr. will assist Harris with
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I chased chickens in the Heritage
exhibit."
--Precious Blalock, student:
"The carnival rides were
awesome."
--Logan Parker, student:
"Watching the play skunk squirt
people and the kettle corn,"
--Kasey Whithead, student: "I
love watching the lumberjacks roll
the logs in the water at the
lumberjack sh6w,"
--Alici Bcshears:'"My favorite
memory is the first time I took
my own child to the festival and
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particularly enjoy the smell of all
the great food from .the vendors at
the Capital Park."

--Michael Rhodes, student: "I
like the fish fry because it is the
biggest free fish fry in the world."
--Kay Parker, parent: "When the
Florida State University (FSU)
band marched in our parade."
--Suzanne Bassett, teacher: "My
daughter won the title of Junior
Miss 2005."
--Charlie Johnson, student:
"Free FISH!"


--Shane Sands, student: "The
radio station booths have always
been my favorite things at the
Forest Festival. One time I talked,
on the radio and won a blue
Pepsi."
--Annabelle Edwards, "Being
Little Queen."
--Zach Wiggins, student: "Pop
guns!"
--Joe Rodgers: "Riding the
'Crazy Wheels' with the Shriners
in the parade."
--Rick Patrick: "When my
daughter was participating in the
Little King and Queen contest."
Perhaps student Brook
Heartsfield summed it up best: "I
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By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Trout were tough last week on .
Friday and Saturday, then they"
seemed to be getting over it and
began to strike well Monday and
Tuesday.
Assassin sea shads, cut bait,
live shrimp and live pinfish all
fished under Cajun Thunders have
all caught good limits of trout
and reds this week.
Here are a few. folks who did
well this week.
Bill Stinchcomb of Keaton
Beach finally got Toni (his wife) a
:' redfish, her first ever, a 5.5 lber
caught in 5 feet of water with a
live pinfish under a 2.5-inch
Cajun Thunder! Oh yeah...Bill got
a five pounder (red) himself also
on Monday.
Terry Wilson and Danny Smith
of Warner Robins Ga., caught
their limit of trout and reds
Sunday fishing with cut bait from
'. 7 feet of water.
Jim Jackson and Arthur Starling
of Ocala had their limit of 10 trout
and one 24-inch red fishing with
Berkley Gulp "natural shrimp"
under a Cajun Thunder in 4 to 5


feet of water.
Bill Blalock of Chicago, Ill.,
and Jim Overly of Alberqurque,
N.M., with Bob Blalock of
Keaton Beach, had a limit of trout
and a limit of reds, Monday,
fishing with live shrimp and
Cajuns.
Offshore Report:
Richard Carr of Renegade
charters had a limit of grouper for
his charter Wayne Lovingwood,
Ricky Nelson (I just rewrite them
folks I swear), Budd Elrod and
Brian Kelly of Hiawassee, Ga.,
and said they had 13 in under 20
minutes from 38 feet of water!
Billy Pillow, Junior Proenza
and I, part of the Woods 'N Water
Team Triple Fish, on the 29 foot
Triton, went Monday and brought,
back 15 mangrove snapper all over
4 pounds, a limit of grouper to 13
pounds and eight red snapper. I
caught and released a 60-plus
pound cobia. We caught all our
fish on Triple Fish line and all the
snapper on Triple Fish
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Bulldogs! Beat North Florida
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Season record 5-2


TCMS c(
The Taylor County Middle
School football team split its last
two games to finish the season
with an impressive 5-2 record.
Two weeks ago the Bulldogs
took on Wakulla Riversprings in
Perry and came away with a 26-7
victory.
TCMS got off to a slow start on
the rainy night that saw numerous
turnovers due to the damp
conditions.
Wakulla went up early in the
game 6-0 and appeared ready to
take that lead into the half when
the Bulldogs got a long punt
return, setting up Ty Crowley's
23-yard touchdown pass to tight
end Wil Joiner on the last play of
the second quarter.
Crowley's kick gave the
Bulldogs a 7-6 lead and some
momentum going into the half.
The Bulldogs came out strong
in the second half, outscoring the
Bears 19-0 in the final two
quarters.
Cory Sadler, Tyler Flowers and
Tony Jackson all scored- for
TCMS and the defense kept
Riversprings offense in neutral.
Dennis. Dailey picked up his
third interception of the season to"
aid the defensive effort.
Last week, the 'Dogs had a
chance to avenge their only loss of
the season as they traveled to
Quinfcy to take on the Shanks
Tigers.
But TCMS was out-manned
again and came up on the short
end of a 22-8 decision. I
The lone score for the Bulldogs
came on a 42-yard Crowley to
Kelvin Bailey pass early in the
second half. Reggie King ran in
the two-point conversion to tie the
game 8-8.
On the ensuing kickoff, the
Bulldogs were successful on an
onsides kick but fumbled the ball
on the very next. play with a
Quincy defender scooping it up


completes winning season
and running 50 yards for a us," TCMS Coach Dale Brewer year and deserved a good season.
touchdown.to put the Tigers up for said. They beat Madison, Fort White
good. The coach said his players and Cross City -- all district teams
"We all would have liked to should be proud of their efforts for our high school program.
have won the last game but this season. Hopefully, they can keep it going
Shanks was just a better team than "These boys worked hard all when they get there," he said.



Golfers compete in regional


The Taylor County High golf
team wrapped up its 2005 season
Monday with an appearance in the
State Regional Tournament at
Hyde Park in Jacksonville.
The Bulldogs reached the
regional tournament after placing
second earlier this month in the
10-team district tourney held in
Gainesville.
Jacksonville-Bishop Kenny won
Monday's tourney firing a four-
man total of 297 in the 18 hole
event.
The Jacksonville team produced
rounds of 73, 74, 74 and 76 to
claim the title. Hilliard High
School's Christopher Bray fired a
69 to win medalist honors in the
tourney.
Taylor County finished well
back in. the nine-team field but
shot respectable rounds on a
course they had never played on
before, according to Coach Tyson
Hicks.
Matt Cruce led the Bulldogs
with a 79, Ryan Hagberg shot an

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Church celebrates with cake, ice cream


Episcopals host a 'birthday party'
St. James Episcopal Church invites the community to enjoy cake and ice
cream on Sunday following the 10 a.m. worship service. "We want to
thank the community--our friends and neighbors--for their tremendous
support for our 80th anniversary celebration. Please join us for cake and
ice cream, and visit the church which will be open for prayers and tours of
our beautiful stained glass windows depicting the life of Christ," said the
Rev. Linda Lowry, rector of the church.
Dual Day celebration at New Mt. Zion
New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church will observe its annual Dual
Day celebration on Sunday, Oct. 23, at 3 p.m. Guest speaker will be the
Rev. Ernest Bruton, associate pastor of New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist
Church in Greenville. A citywide fellowship choir will provide music.
The church is located at 1014 E. Green St., where the Rev. Izell *
Montgomery Jr. is pastor.
Special services at New Home Baptist
Dr. Jim Wilson of Real Life Crusade will lead special services at New
Home Baptist Church Oct. 23-26. Weeknight worship is planned at 7 p.m.;
oh Sunday, services will be held at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
A nursery will be provided.
STuesday night is Youth Pizza Night with grades 6-12 gathering for dinner
at 6 p.m.
For additional information, please call 584-7441.


The musical quartet, "Last Call," will appear in Shady Grove.
'Last Call' comes to Shady Grove
The Robert M. Hendry Memorial Methodist Church-in Shady Grove will
host the quartet, "Last Call," on Oct. 30 during the 11 a.m. service.
Everyone is invited to come "and witness the wonderful ministry of this
talented musical group."


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Motorcylists ride for "Christmas Child"
Motorcycle riders will leave their homes, traveling toward the Spirit of
the Suwannee Music Park, on Saturday, Nov. 12, gathering for lunch which-
will be provided at 1 p.m. But this is more than just a ride; it's-ashow of
support for Samaritan's Purse annual holiday drive, called Operation
Christmas Child.
Each rider will bring a gift-filled shoebox for a child, as well as $20
donations from other individuals supporting this Shoe Box Run. For
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In Memory
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Oct. 22, 1997

Missing you,
Terry, Kelley & Anna
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and your EMS and
FirefighterBuddies-..


When I am called to
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Whenever flames may rage;
Give me strength to save
some life,
Whatever be its age.
Help me embrace a
little child
Before it is too late
Or save an older person
From the horror of that fate.
Enable me to be alert
And hear the weakest shout,
And quickly and efficiently
To put the fire out.
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To guard my every neighbor
And protect his property.
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Sunday Worship Services
9:30 am Sunday School '


10:45 am Morning Worship
5:00 pm Discipleship Training
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice


Wednesday
Dinner served at 6:00 p.m.
Evening Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.nrr
Come and t.ring3 oujr children.
Programs & BiCle Study focr all ages!


Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.


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Must believe to see. Free to all who ask.
"Whoever calls upon the name of the Lord
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Sunday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
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Wednesday Services
6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
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Coal protest leads to threats?


HEARING
Continued from page A-1

plant.
"This is the last time I will
address you because by this time
next year you won't be here," Joe
Mirka said.
"I can't thank you enough,"
Mark Southerland said to
Commissioner Malcolm Page.
'We need the jobs. If we start
voting on every issue, we're going
to go broke paying (Supervior of
Elections) Molly (Lilliott).
--'In my opinion, there is no
such thing as a safe coal plant. It's
like a safe cigarette. The difference
is, that you have a choice not to.
smoke that cigarette. We'll all be
breathing this," James Gross said.
-#'For every person who moved
inf there will be three who move
out;" Elizabeth Sadler said. "How
would you like it if someone took
your right to vote away? I will-
keep pounding on this until we are
given our right to vote."
' "You have not done a good job
representing these people who
elected you to represent them,"
Rebecca Edwards said.
There were a number of
outbursts from the audience during
the discussions from people
asking for a vote on the plant.
Most speakers' remarks were
followed by loud applause. .
By a show of hands, most of
those in attendance were for a
vote.
The commissioners then spent
their time usually used for
informational items replying to
those in attendance.
"We have laws enacted in this
state that deal with the placement
of power plants," Commissioner
-lJack Brown said. "We have a
legislative process and
administrative hearings that must
be gone through. It is more than a
two-year process. There-will be
public hearings and public
hearings with it.
"There's a lot of people here
.tonight that are very vocal.


Believe me, I have a lot of other
people that call me up or see me
on the street that are just as die-
hard on the other side that are not
coming to these meetings who
say, 'I'm so glad you guys are
doing this"' he said.
"I am going to support all that's
possible to bring the cleanest coal
plant here in Taylor County," said
Commissioner Pat Patterson. "I
am going to do my very best."
"There have been people who
have called me who are against it.
There have been people at my
home who are against it. There
have been people at my home who
are for it.
"I look around the audience and I
see the majority that are here are
against it. There is a silent
majority that is for it," she said.
Several members of the audience
seemed. taken aback by her
comments. At the Sept. 20
commission meeting, Patterson
made a motion to hold a
referendum on the power plant
issue, but the motion died when
no second was offered.
"As people speak their opinion,
there is no need to jump on those
individuals and attack them. You
have a right to express your


thoughts, but you don't have to go
beat up someone because they are
not of the same opinion as you.
Allow them to express
themselves, just as you express
yourself. Don't attack them
because their thoughts are not
your thoughts," Patterson said.
Commissioner Clay Bethea
stated that he was not for a vote,
comparing a referendum to
constitutional amendments on the
state ballot.
"We have a net ban right now
that put a lot of our citizens on
the coast out of business," Bethea
said.
After a number of outbursts
from the audience during the
commissioners' comments, Gunter
said, "We gave you the respect. If
.there are anymore outbursts I will
ask the officer to escort you out."
He said that any comments
could be directed to the individual
commissioners following the
meeting.
"From the input I get from
people in the community and
telephone calls I've received, I
think there is a majority of folks
out here that if this was put to,a
vote, they would vote yes in favor


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of it," Commissioner Malcolm
Page said.
"At this time, I am not for
putting this up for a referendum
vote," Page said.
"If you want to win my
friendship and influence me, folks
you've got to change your tone.
I'm not one who is driven by
threats and innuendo: It doesn't
motivate me and it turns me in the
opposite direction."
Gunter offered a followup to
Page's comments, saying that the
reason a sheriffs deputy was so
prevalent at the meeting was due
to a "threat Commissioner Page
and I have received.
"I know the vast majority in
this room would never resort to
that. When it gets to level of
personal threats, it's really getting
out of hand.!'"
The meeting was adjourned
shortly thereafter at 9:20 p.m.
with no motions offered about the
referendum.


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T/ eThe public is invited to:

The Mountain Top Removal Road Show


A moving presentation featuring original music and voices of Appalachia exposing the myth of
"clean coal." Hear testimonies from three'coalminer's daughters as they explain how coal affects
their world from cradle to grave. Traveling to Perry to provide us with a look at the mountain top
removal coal mining, these 3 women have lived their lives within the West Virginia coal country:
Julia Bonds, winner of the 2003 Goldman Environmental Award
Janice Nease, Executive Director, Coal River Mountain Watch
*Patty Sebok, Office Manager, Coal River Mountain Watch

FREE SHOW
Tu e d a ,Oc.5-7:00 eg


Lively discussion about the coal plant will follow. Documentary "Kilowatt Ours" if time allows.
Learn about COAL! Convince your commissioner to let us have a vote!
Sponsored by TAYLOR RESIDENTS UNITED for the ENVIRONMENT


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Saturday, Oct.,22
9:00 pm 1:00 am
Perry Elks Lodge

$15 singles ~ $25 couples
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Cash Bar ~ Appetizers ~ 50/50 Drawing
Proceeds go toward club improvements


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MANDY
October 21, 2oo_
We love you with all our hearts.


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Winners on display at museum, library

Student artists received accolades mention was awarded to: Michelle place; Skylar, second place;
and blue ribbons for their winning Gainey, Rebekah Aman, Adam Jessica Hunt, third place; and
entries in the 2005 Florida Forest Pridgeon, Katy Plummer, Brittany Rayan Barclay, honorable
Festival Fine Art Show. Williams, Courtney Connell, mention.
Now on display at both Forest Angie Stinberg and Kacie Kirk. Perry Primary School, art show
Capital State Museum and the winners were: Miyasia Williams,
Taylor County Public Library, the --Three dimensional art work: first place; T. Jackson, second
entries depict a broad scope of Rosa Colon, first place; Kenda place; Austin Amundsen, third
talent and subject matter. Hart. second place; and Kri olace,.. .-,rid l. it ..t il.


You're invited...
More than year's worth of planning falls into place with two days of back-to-back activities during the 50th annual Florida
Forest Festival Friday, Oct. 21, and Saturday, Oct. 22. Last week, festival board members reviewed last minute details and
prepared to rally an army of volunteers waiting to swing into action. Members shown here are: (front, left to right) Allison
Bishop, festival secretary Donna Breer, Mark Viola and Diane Ching; (back, left to right) Evelyn Day, Rob Ray, Dawn Taylor
and Rick Olcott.

Key to city AFFORDABLE DENTURES

goes to Mr.,

Mrs. Tourist $500.00
A reception for the 2005 Florida #510 #520
Forest Festival Mr. and Mrs. Complete Upper and Lower Dentures
Tourist inwillbe Friday, Ot. 21DENTURE CLINIC
Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce. NOW OFFERS
The couple will be presented a SAME DAY SERVICE
key to the City of Perry by Mayor ON
Emily Ketring and will mingle
with dignitaries and others from DENTURES, ACRYLIC PARTIALS, RELINES
the community. REPAIRS AND EXTRACTIONS
The couple, after being BY APPOINTMENT
"arrested" on Wednesday, Oct. 19,
will be served a healthy portion of WILLIAM T. MCFATTER, III, D.D.S., P.C.
Taylor County hospitality, before OFFICE HOURS
riding in the King Tree Parade on 1 -800-521-7275 M-F 800 430
Saturday. NO CHECKS
Refreshments will be served at HWY. 319 (1 1/2 Miles Inside Ga. State Line)'
the reception.


Winners in this year's show
were:
--Two dimensional art work:
Amanda Jennings, first place;
Corie Smith, second place; and
Akfa Hunt, third place. Honorable


Omamalin, third place. Honorable
mention was given to: Rosa
Colon, Jerry Blaskey, Rickey
Wagner and Michelle Gainey.
Middle school division winners
were: Samantha Rogers, first


p ; an t ru an iiay ies,
honorable mention.
"We would like to give a special
thank you to the sculpture team of
Bronze by Cooley for judging the
student art show," Fine Art Show
Event Chairman Jeff Byers said.


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You are invited to attend the


50th Florida Forest Festival!


Arts and Crafts
Show
9:00 a.m.


5K Run/Walk
(Foodland Shopping Center)
8:30 a.m.


King Tree Parade
(Downtown)
10:00 a.m.


OPENING CEREMONIES 12:00 p.m.
National Anthem & Color Guard
Entertainment--Rhonda Vincent, Justin Guarini, Mollie Lyrin, Karaoke Competition
Storytelling in the Pines ~ Loader Competition ~ Carnival ~ Antique Car Show
Lumberjack Show (3 Shows) Festival/Elks Club Dance 9:00 p.m.


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Forest


Festival

Editor's Note: When Glenda Hamby
agreed to take on the task of helping
track down all 49 of Taylor County's
former festival queens, she didn't realize
just how involved the mission would
become. Countless phone calls, letters
and e-mails later, she shares with us part
-II in the series of memories and
successes of Taylor County's "Forget-
Me-Nots."
"It has been enjoyable to think
back on the night I won the Florida
Festival Pageant," 1963 queen
Suzanne Redmon Page said.

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Mildred Hendry Fike
"Believe it or not I can still
remember that night some 41 years
ago...I felt like I had done poorly in
the swimsuit competition, and I
went back into the 'home
economics room' to change, and I
thought it was over for me. At the
end of the evening when my name
was called as the winner, I
remember I was so shocked, that I
could not move. One of the escorts
came over to me and helped me to
get where I was supposed to go. I
enjoyed every cpporiunit, I had to


Beth Davis Patillo


represent Taylor County and the
forestry industry. In fact, I married
Ed Page, who was in the forestry
business with Buckeye. Little did I
know the night I won the pageant
that the forestry business would
play an even greater part in my life
for years to come.
"Ed and I have been married 32
years and have two daughters,
Tiffany Home, who is married to
Walter Horne, and they live in


Sitka, Alaska; and Valerie Wiles,
who is married to Lee Wiles and
they live here in .Perry. We have
.three grandchildren Leah (5) and
Kendall (3) Horne and Tucker
Wiles (2 months). We are blessed
more than words could ever
express."
For 1969 queen Reba McDaniel
Olcott, one memory rises above all
others during her reign as Florida
Forest Festival queen:
"This happened in the 12th
month of my year--my last official
duty was to attend a Florida
Cabinet Meeting, where a forestry
proclamation was presented. This
sounds like a very dry, staid event
and normally it is, but not this year.
I'll give you the explanation they'
gave me and yes, I still remember it
:36 years later. There are thousands
of proclamations taken before the
cabinet every year and they said
forestry wanted to get some
publicity.' A creative presentation
was necessary. Then they
explained our/my presentation. I
never really knew exactly who to
blame. In hindsight, it may have,
had something to do with Claude
Kirk being governor.
"I had just begun my first term of,
college and this certainly sounded
like a legitimate reason to miss
class. However, being a freshman,
I thought it best to let my
professors know why I would be
out. Big mistake!
"On Forestry Proclamation Day,
the adults in charge went over the
presentation one more time. Then,
I walked into cabinet room holding
a tiny pine tree in one hand,
dressed in a Genie Costume.
(Think of the sitcom 'I Dream of
Jeannie'.) I waved my tree over
Gov. Kirk's head and exclaimed, as
instructed, 'This is Florida's future-
--'- pine iree.' [. said -some other
things and. as widely reported by
the medii. a cabinet member said,
'Hol, Mole'' My blush was real
that da). The forestry folks were,
ecstatic; they thought it was a great
success. I was just ecstatic it was
over!
"The next morning, I was happy
to be back on campus and glad
students rarely attended cabinet
meetings. That same morning it
seems the Division of Forestry was
also happy they got their publicity
in newspapers from Pensacola to
Miami. But like all college
students, I didn't get up in,time to
eat, let alone read the paper and
went to class blissfully unaware.
Until I got to biology...the entire
door was wallpapered ,in various
newspaper articles featuring
Governor Kirk and me in my genie
costume!"
She added, "I have been
involved with seven of the Forest
Festival Pageants and seven of the
Junior Miss pageants and I have
truly enjoyed working with these
outstanding young women., I have
worked with them on interview
skills. Helping them to build self-
confidence is so very important for


T erry October 21-22, 2005

News-Herald


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State University in 1980 and joined
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year. Her dad grew up here, but
had been serving in the military.
So Perry was new to her and she
loved it.. After graduating from
high school, she earned her BS
degree at Florida State in political
science and then went to nursing
school. Now, she is an RN in the
pediatric unit at, St. Vincent's
Hospital in Jacksonville. She is the.
.mother' of five children, ,all of;
whom are 'or have been'
competitive swimmers.
"I remember the opportunities
that I had to meet new people and I
was exposed to sb much. Of
course it was great getting to share
the limelight with Delta Burke who
was Miss Florida that year. When


Jennifer McGlocklin Anderson
I represented Taylor County at the
Miss Florida Pageant, I met and
made many new friends. But the
thing I remember the most'is how
kind everyone was. It was truly an
honor to represent Taylor County.
The scholarship money meant so
much to me," she said.
Susan's final comment was about
how the pageant helped to build
her self confidence.
. Pam Ferrell (Jacobson) wrote,
"It's hard to believe that 30 years
have passed since I was crowned
Florida Forest Festival Queen! At
the time, however, I wasn't so sure
it would come to be. Our pageant
interviews were held at the
Chamber of Cofnmerce offices. At
the completion of my interview, I
thanked the judges, turned and
walked directly into a locked door.
I was certain my chances of being
crowned later that evening were
gone!"
She' went on to remark how it
was such a great honor to represent
Taylor County at so many special
events. She commented, "Most
importantly, serving as Forest
Festival Queen gave this small
town girl the opportunity to
develop a sense of poise and
confidence that has served me well
through the years. After all, if you
can judge a tobacco spitting
contest--you can do anything!"
This 1975 queen went on to earn
her BS in Accounting from Florida


Consumer & Small Business
Markets. In 2000, she retired to
stay home with her family.
Since then she has been busy
being an active wife and mom. She
and her husband Greg of 21 years
have twin 12-year-old sons. Now
she enjoys a life of PTA, shuttling
her sons, cooking, decorating and
reading.
"But, I will always, remeimber, the
Florida Forest Festival and say
thanks to all the volunteers who
have made it such a success over
the years."
1976 Queen Carol Fife Burns
reports that the pageant's biggest
influence on her life was helping
her gain confidence and giving her
a new appreciation for the people
of Taylor County. She is the oldest
contestant to hold the title, for she
had already graduated from FSU
and was teaching in Steinhatchee.
She remarked that this made a huge
difference when she went on to
represent Taylor County at the
Miss Florida Pageant. "...helped to
strengthen me to be true to my
God-given personality and talents,"
she said.
Like many other queens, Carol
described the support she received
from the community as awesome.
She had moved from Miami to
Perry when she was nine, so the
love and acceptance from the
citizens seemed overwhelming.
She remarked that the trophy and
crown are tarnished today, but the
memory of the kindness of the
people is the true crown that she
will wear in her heart forever.
Carol made a list of some of'her
fond memories as queen and some
are: hitting Governor Askew over
the head with a pine tree bough;
having her picture made with
Summer Bartholomew, Miss
Universe; experiencing Peck
Smith's servant spirit and winning
smile while cooking and serving
fish for the "World's Largest Free
Fish Fry;" hunting for pennies in
the sawdust pile; and watching the
Little King and Queen's Pageant,
"they are so precious."
About her trip to the Miss
Florida pageant, Carol said, "I
woke up the morning of the
pageant with my right eye swollen
shut from a mosquito bite on the
lid. Then I had to sign in with a
white patch over my eye! Talk
about needing'lots of confidence!"
She continued on about Miss
Florida by recounting how all of
the contestants' bras were stolen
opening night. She said, "Yes, it
was that time in history; bra
burning and women's lib was just
beginning. So someone wanted to
see who was real and who wasn't!
The judges were informed (some
girls needed them to know because
those strapless gowns just didn't fit
the same) but it was a well-kept
secret from the media."
Carol praised the kindness of


the pageant, but more importantly
for their lives. Giving back to the
pageant has been most, rewarding
to me.""
1974 Florida Festival Queen
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Bob Cooper and Gwen Faulkner
for their work with the pageant.
She praised Bob for making her
practice her singing over and over
and over. And of Gwen, she
described her amazing sense of
humor and her motherly help while
still being a friend. She said,
"Gwen made the absolute most, of
her short life!"
After a brief career in teaching,
Carol worked for Delta Airlines as
a flight attendant, got married and
has two wonderful children. She
worked with her husband in his
self-owned business, but recently
retired. Now she spends her time
being a full-time wife and mother.
Kathleen Woodward, 1978
Forest Festival Queen, now lives in
Wellesley, Mass., with her husband
Sean Milano and their two
daughters. Now an. attorney,
Kathleen is currently serving as
Senior Enforcement Counsel for
the United States Environmental
Protection -Agency in Boston,
Mass.
She remarked, "I feel deeply
honored to have represented Perry
and Taylor County as Forestry
Festival Queen. It was a wonderful
opportunity to develop self-
confidence, poise and public
speaking skills. Traveling to other
parts, of the state made me realize
what astonishing natural beauty we
have in Taylor County. This
experience helped lead me into a
career in environmental protection.
Most importantly, it was an
,opportunity to give back to the
community that gave so much to
me during my formative years.'
The warmth and support I
experienced growing up in Perry
and serving as. Florida Forestry
Queen shaped the person I am
today and will remain with me
always."
Kathleen will be unable to
attend, but sends her
congratulations on celebrating 50
years of forestry in Perry/Taylor
County.
1979 Festival Queen Jogie
Brown Lockhart resides in
Crawfordville with her husband
and children.
Diane Hagan Scherff served as
Florida Forest Festival queen in
1980.
"After my days as Florida Forest
Festival Queen, I graduated from
the University of Florida with a
BS degree in public relations and a
BS degree in telecommunications
in 1985. I worked for an
international public relations
agency and an advertising agency


Callie Whitfield Babbitt and her husband, Greg.


in Washington, D.C. I married in
1987 and moved to San Francisco,
Calif., where I had a successful
media career at KFRC Radio and
KOFY TV 20. I then moved to Los
Angeles, where I managed a large
cable television operation, winning
several awards.
"I had two beautiful children,
Brandon and Savannah (now 14
and 11) then moved to Connecticut
in 1995, where I had my own
consulting firm working with
television networks such as
Speedvision (Speed Channel) and
Outdoor Life Network, as well as a
huge cable company.
"After years of success in that
business, I now am the regional
manager for Premier Financial
Services, a high-end exotic car
finance company based in
Connecticut. I currently reside in
beautiful Boca Raton, raising my


also leads a high school Bible
study in her home.
Aimee has remained active in the
Florida Forest Festival working as
secretary of the festival for several
years, co-chairing the field trip and
working with the Junior Miss
program.
She said, "When I look back on
my life and see how God has had
His hand guiding me, I see the
Forest Festival as a wonderful part
of who I am. When I was chosen to
represent Taylor County as the first
Junior Miss, I met people like Rick
and Reba Olcott, who encouraged
me to grow as a lady. I learned a
lot that year about myself and
finding joy in working with
others."
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Forest Festival


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October 22, 2005


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Lanzy Cribbs
Hannah McNutt
2nd Runners-up


Walker Davis
Haley Smith
Little King & Queen


Cory Cruce
Kendal Blue
1st Runners-up


Field Trips at Forest Capital Park
9:00 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Tourist Reception
(Chamber)
10:00 a.m.
Bed Race (Downtown)
6:00 p.m.
Gaslight Antique Car Parade
(Downtown)
7:00 p.m.
Homecoming Reception
(Perry Garden Club)
7:30 p.m.
"Scary Stories"
at Cracker Homestead
K 8:00 p.m.


Cub Scout
Breakfast
7:00 a.m.


Arts and Crafts
Show
9:00 a.m.


OPENING CEREMONIES
12:00 p.m.
National Anthem & Color Guard
Live Lumberjack Shows, Live
Entertainment, Over 100 Arts &
Crafts Vendors, Food Vendors,
Gospel Sing, Art Show, Heritage
Village, Antique Car Show


5K Run/Walk
(Foodland Shopping Center)
8:30 a.m


King Tree Parade
(Downtown)
10:00 a.m.


Albany Marine Band
Rhonda Vincent
Live Lumberjack Show
Mollie Lynne Performs
Live Lumberjack Show
Rhonda Vincent Concert
Justin Guarini Meet & Greet
Live Lumberjack Show
Karaoke Final


12:15 p.m.
12:45 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
2:30 p.m..
2:45 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
.4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.


For more information, call 584-TREE


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Small ads...big deals.'


Hugh Yard Sale: Friday and Saturday, 221
N. Lake Bird, camouflage $5 each,
comforters, sheets, pots, dishes, dolls,
blankets, curtains, clothes & more.
10/21
Yard Sale: Friday, 9 a.m. 3 p.m., Kmart
parking lot. Avon, gift boxes, toys,
pockets knives, dog leashes, utensils,
kid's plates. Christmas special 25% off
brochure orders.
1.0/21


Available

9 2 Weeks Only


Fresh Cream 40's

S& Green Acre Peas

352-498-2580





Auction every Saturday, 6 p.m., 3 miles
south of Cross City on Hwy 19 at Old
Drive In. Now taking consignments for
future auctions. We do estate sales,
liquidation and bankruptcies. AB#2424,
AU#2548. Third Generation Auction
Service. 850-584-8714.
1-0/5-10/28


Free to a good home:' 9-month-old 1998 Kawasaki KX125, recent overhaul,
hound/Jack Russell mix, white with brown runs great. $900. Call anytime (850) 584-
ears. Lots of energy and loves to fetch. 5744.
584-5890, leave message. 10/14-26


.10/21,26



For Sale: 2 bedroom, 2 bath 1994'Redman
16x80 mobile home on 5 acres off Woods
Creek Road, close to Highways 19 & 98.
838-1210, (cell) 672-1071.
10/21-11/2
1992 Skyline, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
singlewide mobile home, furnished, carport
and small wood shed, $7995, call, 850-
584-7688, leave message,
10/42-10/21




Southern Villas of Perry!!
New Management!!
HUD Vouchers accepted: 10 and 2
bedroom HC and non-HC accessible
apartments. Call 850-584-8111. TDD/T-TY
711. 315 PucKett Rd. Perry, FL 32347.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
tfSV

Lakefront in Madison. Huge historic home,
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat/air,
Jennaire grill and griddle, water and lawn
maintenance included. No 'pets. $1,200
mo., $1000 deposit. 850-973-3025
10/21-10/28


PERRY FLEA MARKET
S~' Antiques Glassware Collectibles Gifts & More
Yard Sale Visit our "Tool Shop" We Buy
.Set-Ups $7& up Hwy. 19 S. (Old Motel) 838-1422 584-7124 Call Us


Silver trumpet good for first year band
student. Three living room suits. Call
584-3688.
.10/14-21

Kellow Appliance Sales and Service. We
bave over 50 refurbished appliances in
stock now. Washers, dryers, refrigerators,
eieclnr,:, stoves, window a/c units, stack
unit w/d, RV w/d, wringer washer and dish
' washer, $100 and up, with warranty. We do
.in-home service and in-stop repair, 1302 N,
Jefferson Street, Perry. (850) 584-7773.
10/5-10/28


Small trailer for rent, $75 week, includes
utilities. Call (904) 751-3810.
10/19,21
1 bedroom, 1 bath, $350 mo., $350
deposit. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, $500 mo.,
$500 deposit. Call 559-584-8709
10/19,21

Woodridqe ApartmentsN!
Looking for applicants! Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
711.
tfWA


VEGGIES TO YOUR DOOR! [
Fresh-Picked, blanched, flash frozen, shelled zippers,
butter beans, black eyes, white acres, ford hooks, cream
corn, okra, green beans, broccoli, mustards & collards
Free delivery every Saturday with 3 or more bushels
352-498-2580


Are you new to town? Are you homebound
-or maybe do not drive? Do you love Avon
products? Call me and I'll be glad to come
to you and be your Avon representative. I
-also make Avon baskets. I will customize
:-the baskets to your needs. Everyone
:would love a basket filled with products to
,suit their needs for birthdays,
anniversaries, etc. Call B.J. Cannon at
584-6289. Mention this ad and I will give
:you 20% off.
-10/19
2 love seats, a coffee table and a lamp
.:-stand. All clean and in great condition.
.:All for $125. 578-2689
-'10/21



Snd for sale, located on Hwy 221 between
Sri:.,h Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1
.acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386) 658-,
1346 or (850) 584-7466 Badcock's.
:tfEF
:-2.4 acres with septic, power pole and city
water. Mobile homes permitted, $19,500,
call 838-2755.
8/5tfDC

Keaton Beach-Beautiful 5 acres for sale,
wooded tract, 1 mile from boat ramp, high
"and dry, pavement, water, power, phone
*access and fenced, $125,000.00, call,
:584-4921-leave message.
.10/5-11/30

3/2 BR, BA, framed house, CHA, 15.57
*acres, mostly cleared with 1/2 acre pond,
stocked with catfish & bream, 294 Roberts
Aman Rd., Perry, Fl., call 584-6953 for
more information.
10/14-11/13

For Sale 2003 Homes of Merit, pay off &
move, 584-3450, leave a message.
10/12-10/21


Keaton Beach, Cedar Island Road.. 2
bedroom, 1 bath on the water, floating
dock, all utilities except phone included,
$1,100 mo. Call 850-578-2733 or 772-360-
9961 (cell).
10/14-21
4 bedroom, 2 bath 1,500 sq. ft. plus
screened in front porch on the water,
floating dock, $1,500 mo. Call 850-578-
2733 or 772-360-9961 (cell). ,
10/14-21


Lei' ;1 1;1A 43
p LAS.IED
$18,000
Built in 1950s
3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
All Pine Wood Floors
New Central H/A
Some Appliances
House moved at buyer's expense.
Call for appt. 584-5454

Spacious 1 bedroom apartment, $450 mo.,
1st & last months' rent plus security
deposit. 838-9208.
10/14-21


-UOOBL i


FIREFIGHTER--TAYLOR CO.
COMMISSIONERS $10.78 HR. '
Min. qualifications: H/S diploma or GED
and progressive responsibilities with a
combination of training which provides the
required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
EMT exp. is preferred. Req. include those
established by Section 633.34, 633.35,
F.S., as relates to initial firefighter
certifications. Must receive certification
as an Emergency Medical Technician as
prescribed in F.S., Chapter 401 and
Florida Rules 10D-66 within one year of
hire. Possession of a current Emergency
Vehicle Operators Course (EVOC) cert. or
equiv. is req, & valid FI. Class E drivers
license. Prreference given for EMT and fire
safety inspector experience. Full job
description and application can be
obtained from Taylor Employment
Connections, 224 N. Jefferson, Perry, FL.
32347, 850 584-7604. Position open until
filled. For questions about the position,
contact Chief Miller 850 838-3522. Drug
testing, FDLE background check.
EO/AA/VP employer.
10/12tfBCC

APALACHEE CENTER
A Behavioral. Health Care Center is
currently seeking:
CLINICAL SUPERVISION SPECIALIST
#1451
MASTER'S DEGREE WITH A MAJOR IN
PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL WORK,
COUNSELING OR A RELATED HUMAN
SERVICES FIELD AND THREE YEARS
OF RELATED PROFESSIONAL
EXPERIENCE, ONE OF WHICH MUST
HAVE BEEN IN AN
ADMINISTRATIVE/CLINICAL
SUPERVISORY :CAPACITY.
LICENSURE PREFERRED. SHIFT: 8
A.M. 5 P.M./ MONDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY.
ADULT CASE MANAGER #2156
A MINIMUM OF A BACHELOR'S
DEGREE WITH A MAJOR IN
COUNSELING, SOCIAL WORK,
PSYCHOLOGY, CRIMINAL JUSTICE,
NURSING, REHABILITATION, SPECIAL
EDUCATION, HEALTH EDUCATION, OR
A RELATED HUMAN SERVICES FIELD;
OR A BACHELOR'S DEGREE AND TWO
YEARS FULL TIME OR EQUIVALENT
EXPERIENCE-WORKING WITH ADULTS 2
EXPERIENCING SERIOUS MENTAL
ILLNESS. .VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE.
SHIFT: 8 AM-5 PM/MONDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY, SALARY $10.75 PER HOUR OR
$12.92 OPS STATUS.
For more information and a complete
listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org'
(850) 523-3217 or 1(800)226-2931
SHuman Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E., Tallahassee,
FL
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE background
check
An Equal, Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer
Drug-Free Workplace
10/19, 10/21AC
FT Carpenter. High school diploma or
equivalent desired. Finish carpentry and
exterior siding required. EOE; DFW,
Criminal Background checks required.
Apply in person .at ACV Personnel
Department Mon. thru Fri., 9:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m., Carter Village Hall, 10680 CR
136, Dowling Park, FL; fax resume to (386)
658-5160; or visit www.ACVillage.net.
10/19-28

The Taylor County Health Department is
recruiting for a Community Health Nursing
Supervisor, position number 054953.
Salary range $32,722.82-$44,212.96. This
is work assessing patient health problems
and needs developing and implementing
nursing care plans, and maintaining
medical records in the primary care
program of a public health department.
This employee administers nursing care to
ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled
patients. The incumbent may advise
patients on health maintenance and
disease prevention or provide case
management. This work may also include.
inspecting facilities and/or evaluating or
providing consultation on health care
programs, services or policies. The
incumbent will be responsible or
coordinating' work and supervising
employees. This employee provides
diversified health education both in an
office setting and in community outreach
programs. Please apply online at
http://jobs.myflorida.com. Refer to
requisition number 64054953. Only State
of Florida applications will be accepted.
Closing date 11-4-05. EOE/AA/VP
Employer.
10/21-11/4

Helper needed to bury underground power
lines. Good pay and benefits. 352-258-
5065.
10/19-28


I


1996 Red F150 XLT, 5 speed floor shift,
4.9L engine rebuilt, 46,000 miles. New
radiator, new battery, new universals, good
tires, cruise control, tilt, AM/FM radio,
electric windows. Call 223-1341 #620
10/14-21




1996 16' Carolina Skiff Lil' Jon with 25 HP
motor and trailer. 584-6405
10/14-21


HELP WANTED: Roofer & roofer helpers
wanted., Must have own vehicle & valid
DL, drug free workplace. Carpentry
experience a plus. Please call 386-294-
3914.
10/19, 21AC

Truck Driver/Warehouse: Must have CDL
and be able to obtain Hazmat Certification.
Must be able to use pallet jack, drum dolly
and be able to lift 120 pounds. Home
nights and weekends, 401K, vacation.
(850) 584-4467. Equal Opportunity
Employer.
10/14-26CO


The City of Perry is accepting
applications for the following
position:

Community Development
Director
Must possess working knowledge of
all phases of building construction,
experience in enforcement of building
codes, supplemented with responsible
administrative experience, or some
equivalent combination of experience
and training. State certification as a
general building contractor may bp
substituted for field construction
experience.

Req: Must have a high school diploma
or equivalency. Meet the certification
requirements for building inspector as
established by the state of Florida.
Completion of two or more years of
college coursework, or any equivalent
combination of training or experience
which provides the required :
knowledge, skills and abilities. Must
have a valid Florida drivers license.
A complete job description is available
upon request.
Salary Range:
$37,190.40-$50,016.95

CITY OF PERRY'
Personnel Office
224 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
(850) 584-7161

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Certified Dietary Manager Madison
Nursing Center (located in Madison, FL
between Tallahassee and Valdosta, GA)
is a 60-bed Skilled Care Facility, looking
for an energetic and caring team member
to lead our Dietary staff. Prior experience
in a Nursing Home with MDS and Care
Planning is a "must!" We are small, but
are a part of a wonderful company with
caring individuals who have a desire to
improve the lives of our Residents and
Staff. Call 850-973-4880 Ask for Jane
Davis, Administrator.
9/2tfMNC

Come one... '
come all,

PERRY ELKS



Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
S 305 Puckett Road
Madison County Memorial Hospital Full-
Time Insurance Biller, Mon.-Fri. 8:00-4:30,
experience preferred. Call HR (850) 973-
2271 or fax resume to (850) 973-8151..
10/14-21
.Madison County Memorial Hospital Full-
Time Admissions Supervisor. Mon.-Fri.
8:00-4:30, experience preferred. Call HR
(850) 973-2271 or fax resume to (850) 973-
8151.
10/14-21

Routeman (Amusement machines)--
collections, repairs, some electronic skills
helpful, salaried position, valid drivers
license, send resume to P.O. Box 1971,
Perry, FL 32348.
10/19-11/11


Office Assistant (Part-time 20 hours per
week 12:30 to 4:30 M-F). Duties include:
Assist with duplication of materials;
answer telephone; type documents;
maintain inventory. Complete job
description on web site. Qualifications:
Must be High School Graduate. Proficient
in Microsoft software. Typing test will be
given.
Applications to: Director HR, North Florida
Community College, 325 NW Turner
Davis Drive, Madison, Florida 32340. A
complete packet includes: resume and
application (available at www.nfcc.edu),
Questions call 850-973-9487. Application
packet must be received by 10/21/2005.
EOE.
10/12-10/21 NFCC

Florida Department of Transportation has a
vacancy in Taylor County for the following
position:
Position #55004473, Broad Band Title:
Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer,
Working Title: Senior Heavy Equipment
Operator, Last date to apply: October 28,
2005, For more information call (850) 838-
5800. To apply online go to:
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/logon.htm
or call 1-877-562-7287. The Department of
Transportation is an Equal Employment,
Opportunity. Affirmative Action and Drug
Free Workplace employer.
10/19-28

Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Local John Deere Dealership is looking for
an experienced technician to diagnose,
repair and provide general maintenance for
construction and forestry equipment.
Qualified candidate must have full range
of tools, be customer service oriented, and
require little supervision.
Our company provides a drug-free
environment with competitive pay,
excellent health and dental benefits, and
401 (k) Retirement & Profit Sharing Plan.
Qualified applicants should send resume
Sto H.R. Manager, P.O. Box 3329, Albany,
GA 31706 or email resume to
hrmanager@flintholdings.com.
10/12tfFE

Check Station Positions Available
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is hiring
personnel for seasonal work at check
stations during the upcoming archery and
general gun hunting seasons. Positions'
available in Taylor. County. Pays $6.15.
per hour. Positions begin September 24,
2005. For details call (850) 838-9016, or
stop by the Big Bend Field Office at 663
Plantation Rd. in Perry. EO/AA
7/27-10/23

HELPERS & LABORERS
Needed for local Project
Hiring Immediately
Southeast Electrical Contractors
904-879-4226
EOE-Drug Free Workplace
10/12-11/4

System administrator FOR TAYLOR CO.
COMMISSIONERS
'$34,777+benefits.', This position will be
resp. to direct, coordinate and support
local area computer network activities.
Min. qualifications: Four year deg. in a
Computer Networking or a related field,
and/or completion of Network related
program from a Technical/Vocational
School or job exp. in the Network
Admin./PC support field. Ed. can be
sub. on a y-t-y basis for work exp. A+
Certification (Required);Network Plus
(Required); Microsoft Cert, Systems
Engineer (MCSE) is not required but a
plus with a concentration on Windows
2000 or 2003 server. Direct exp. in
managing 'PCs in a LAN environ,
Contact Taylor Employment
Connections, 224 N. Jefferson, for
review of job descrip. and req. or
submission of application. Direct
questions concerning position to Jackie
Koeller 838-3500X7. Position open until
filled. Drug testing,EO,AA,VP employer.

Part-time infant nursery attendant needed
for Sunday mornings and special events,
Must be over 18 years old and have prior
experience in providing infant care,
Background check and fingerprinting will
be required, Mail resume including 3
references to first Presbyterian Church,
PO Box 837, Perry, Florida 32348.
10/12tfFPC


Aucilla Christian Academy is currently
accepting applications for a bus driver
position. Must'have (or be willing to
obtain) a CDL class B with P and S
endorsements. Also, must be a positive,
Christian role model. For information or to
apply, please contact the school at 997-
3597.
10/19,21

s Come Join
1I2N2o5% the Fun!
// 9 is 50 EVERY
TUESDAYY


BINGO
Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.
2 Jackpots *1 Bonanza
Hot Number Pot Door Prizes

Shrine Club
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older




Roommate wanted to share large block
home! Must be honest, reliable and drug
free. 223-3219.
10/14-21


Wanted dead or alive; Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Will buy, sell & trade 4x4 &
truck parts. S*M*A*S*H Towing, 386-688-
3999.
10/5tfS
Want to buy, a good used, wide, 14-16 ft.
long, aluminum.John Boat with deep
sides,-call 584-6930.
10/12-10/21


Need a Tutor? Learn Spanish: Read, write,
speak, understand. Improve your English
grammar, spelling, writing, reading. We
teach children and adults. Call: 584-6968.
10/7-10/28


*Swann-
Bail
Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N. 584 2757
Jefferson St.

Clay Swindle, L.L.C., All types of
remodeling, docks, decks, windows, door
framing, add on additions, porches, screen
enclosures, painting interior & exterior. 18
yrs. exp.., licensed & insured. Free
Estimate, call 850-223-1780 or 843-1941,
leave message. Commercial &
Residential.
8/5tfCS
The Handyman experts, honest woPd!
'Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
tfJM.

TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
will clean off house roofs. Licensed &
Insured. Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-
2027 or (850) 591-8301.
10/5-10/28
A+ Blanco Home Cleaning Service, (850)
223-1523, Letty Blanco, Licensed &
Insured,
10/5tfBCS


WANT TO BUY

Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars


Pocket Watches Diamonds
_-.-r- Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys


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GULF COAST f

MEAL3' Wide
ROOFING .Galvalume

Full line of 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


Now Hiring,

Nurses & CNAS
Full-Tirne or Part-Time

Cook
Part-Time

Certified Activity Director
Full-Time

Floor Maintenance Position
Part-Time

Heating & A/C Maintenance Position
Full-Time, experience preferred_


Marshall Health

& RehabRitation Center

1-850-584-63.34
201 Marshall Drive Perry, Fl. 32347
DrugFree oniplaceMqual Opportunity, Employer


SERVICES


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B-7 Perry News-Herald October 21-22, 2005


J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
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TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2005-718-CP
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH HIRAM GURR,
Deceased: ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
JOSEPH HIRAM GURR, deceased, whose
date of death was September 10, 2005;
File Number 2005-718-CP is pending in
the Circuit Court for Taylor County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is Post Office Box 620, Perry,
Florida 32348. The names and
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representatives attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedentis estate, on whom a
copy of this notice has been served,
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.THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME
OF Fr'.'iCE OP A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
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WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice
Is: August 19, 2005
Personal Representative
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beyond her own limits and try new
things. People like Rob Gray,
Ray Whitfield, and Dan Simmons
have helped and they have given
so much of their time to make the
festival a true community event.
She champions the work, too, of
Suezette Stephens who brings in
nationally recognized storytellers
and artists. She truly makes the
field trip so successful.
"Working with the Florida
Forest Festival gives me an
opportunity to help bring all the
best things Taylor'County has to
offer to the forefront. We are a
community of friends and family,
and the world gets to see that
through our October activities,
whether we are guiding young
women to be their best, sharing a
meal and great music together on
the grass at the Armory, or
teaching our students and adults of
the rich heritage of our pioneering
spirit at the Cracker Museum."
Denise Lewis Humphrey,
Taylor County's 1985 Jr. Miss,
currently lives in Marietta, Ga.,
with her husband of 11 years,
Kevin.
"I am a quality assurance
engineering director for Ceridian
Corporation in Atlanta. We enjoy
traveling, visiting our families in
Florida, outdoor sports and
watching college football. Being
in the Florida Forest Festival
Junior Miss pageant definitely,had
a major impact on my life. The
pageant, the other contestants and
working with such wonderful
people made it a fun, yet
rewarding experience for me.
"Entering the pageant was not
about winning, but about growth
and progression. In addition to the
inspiring people I met who
encouraged me to pursue my goals
and provide the means for me to
obtain my education, the Florida
Forest Festival Junior Miss
pageant changed my outlook on

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life and had a substantial role in
helping me develop into the
person I am today. I will always
look back fondly of my many
memories of representing the
citizens of Taylor County as their
Florida Forest' Festival Junior
Miss."
Beth Davis Patillo, our 1986
Junior Miss; is married to Michael
and is now a stay-at-home mom
for their two young children.
They are currently living in
Oviedo.
After graduating from Florida
State University with degrees in
marketing and accounting, she
became a CPA.
She worked as a CPA with her
father Shelton at his local office.
and then she moved to
Tallahassee. Later she would
work as a legislative and budget
analyst for the governor's office.
When she transferred to Orlando,
she worked as controller for the
i First Orlando Foundation.
Beth said, "God has richly
,blessed our family this past' year
by seeing me through thyroid
cancer. In the words of a card I
received from another former
festival queen, Suzanne Page,
life's challenges ,are God's
opportunity to prove His
faithfulness again and again.
What a year it has been! I am
thankful for .God's faithful love
and care and His precious gifts of
life and family, especially the gift
of being called 'Mom'."
1988 Junior Miss Mina
Kristnamurthy is now a doctor in
Colorado.
1990 Junior Miss Jennifer
McGlocklin Anderson lives in
Sopchoppy with her husband
Keith and small son Thomas.
After teaching language arts,
reading and' World History to
eighth graders for five years, she
recently made the switch to
teaching fourth grade.
Additionally, she teaches Sunday


School at Sopchoppy Baptist
Church.
Jennifer said, "Being queen had a
tremendous impact on my life.
The public speaking alone
definitely prepared me for my job
in education. The relationships and
friendships I formed will last a
lifetime. I so enjoy coming home
and seeing people that I normally
only get to see at festival time."
She also remarked that her
favorite memory was when she
was in kindergarten class and the
Perry newspaper came and
interviewed the students asking
them what their favorite thing
about the festival was. She
responded that it was seeing all the
beauty queens and cheerleaders in
the big parade.
"To this day, I enjoy coming
home to see the parade, especially
now that I have a, son in
kindergarten.-I remember too that
my dad organized the senior class
to serve at the World's Largest
Free Fish Fry. I remember too the
fireworks, and of course the'
Young Women of the Year
program."
Jennifer went on to say that she
has many fond memories of
participating in other events on
behalf of the festival. She. loved
all the festivals.
1991 Jr. Miss Lori Cannon
Wiggins graduated from FSU in
1996 with a bachelor of science
degree in family & consumer.
sciences education with a minor in
nutrition.. She received her masters
degree in 2004. In 1997 she began
working as a 4-H coordinator for
the University of Florida in Taylor
-County.
Lori is married to Mark
Wiggins and they are expecting
their first child in December and
are both very excited about this
new adventure in their lives!
1995 Jr. Miss was Callie
Whitfield Babbitt.
"In the 10 years that have flown
by since I was crowned the festival


queen in .1995, I have never
forgotten the excitement of
receiving that honor or the
wonderful experiences that came
along with representing the
Florida Forest Festival.
"I remember waiting what
seemed to be the longest hour of
my life while the judges
deliberated on the. results and can
'.still feel the rush of exhilaration
and disbelief I experienced when
my name was announced.
"That began a wonderful year,
filled with many lasting
memories--I met former Governor
Lawton Chiles, kissed the
winning hound at the fox, trials,-
rode a fine horse in the festival
rodeo, competed in the Florida
State Junior Miss competition and
rode on a float of roses in the
Thomasville Rose Parade. I also
met so many remarkable
individuals who keep our county's.
forestry and forest festival
traditions alive year after year.
"The scholarships awarded by
the festival program helped make
it possible for me to attend-
Georgia Tech from 1996-2001,
where I received my bachelor's
degree in chemical engineering.
"This experience, combined
with my love of the natural
environment fostered growing up
in the Nature Coast, inspired me
to continue my education in
environmental engineering at the
University of Florida. I received
my master's degree from UF in
2003, and I am currently working
towards a PhD from UF,
researching economic and
environmental methods for
controlling air pollution from
pulp and paper mills.
"In 2004, I married Greg
Babbitt, a PhD candidate in
zoology at UF, and we are
expecting our first child in
December. I can only 'hope that
our new family will continue to
experience and appreciate the
beauty of the Pine Tree Capital of


the South with the same pride and.
joy I felt as the festival queen.':
Taylor County's 2001 Jr. Miss
Ashley Wigglesworth is currently
a senior: at Florida State
University.
She is a trainer with the athil4iPf
department and spends 25-35 ours
per week working, with athletes
from different sports areas each
semester. Ashley is seeking a
degree in sports medicine and
plans to continue her education
entering law school in the fall.
Ashley said, she can't choose;
just one single favorite moment
from her year of representing
Ta\lor County.
"The. entire year was one big
memorable moment from' tho
initial crowning until the final
moments as Taylor County's Jr.
.Miss. What made my year so
special was the warm and caring
way our community uplifted and'
supported me, not just at special
events but every day. It was the.
people of Taylor County who
helped to create the most amazing
and memorable year of my life!"
Leah Brooks has represented the
festival as., its Little Queen in
1989 and then as Junior Miss in
2002. Currently she is working
part-time at Tree Capital Credit
Union and attending Tallahassee
Community College. She plans
to finiish her degree in math at
Florida State University.
Following her one-year reign as
Jr. Miss, Sarah Milam dove into a
busy college career.
"After my year as the Florida
Forest Festival' Jr. Miss. I began
my college career at Tallahassee
Community College in the fall of
2004. In the spring of 2005, I was
inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa
Honor Society with a 4.0 grade
point average.
"Currently, I am still enrolled at
TCC and plan to graduate with my
Associate of Arts degree a.
semester early, in December 2005.
In January of 2005, I will transfer


to Florida State University as a
junior in the School of
Psychology. After earning my
bachelor's degree in psychology
and a minor in fine arts, I will-
continue my education by
completing my masters and
doctoral programs to pursue a
career in art therapy.
"When I reflect on my year as
Jr. Miss, I have to say that my
favorite part was representing
Taylor County in the state
competition at Ft. Walton Beach."
There I met many girls from
different walks of life, with one
common interest--we all wanted to
'be our best selves' as the
program encourages us to do.
"It was wonderful to be
surrounded by other girls who
were just as-i'etermined to meet
their goals in life as I am.. Thank
you for the opportunity."
The Festival Queen's Pageant
has evolved over the years from
selection, to election, to
competition.- Its ,name has
changed from Pine'Tree Festival
to Florida Forest Festival Queen,
to Junior Miss, to Young Women
: of the Year and now back to
'Junior Miss. Along the way it
moved from Taylor County High
'"School's auditorium to Forest
SCapital Hall.
The unsung 'heroes of those
many pageants were the volunteers
- who kept coming back year after
'year to build the sets, stage the
lighting. operate the sound'
system, or calm jangled nerves
back stage as they helped the
contestants with their make-up,
hair or costume changes.
But to a one, they have always
been proud of the contestants and
the pageant. This is volunteerism
at its best.
So on our 50th anniversary we
celebrate our past memories and
plan for future ones. Thanks
community volunteers for 50
years of success, for memories
that can never be replaced.


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