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Marti Coley will run




for Rep. Dist. 7 seat


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:The formerMarti Bontrager
of Blon10tstown Will run for
the position held by her
:recently deceased husband,
SDavid Coley.
SMarti Coley. wife of recently
-deceased Florida State
Representative Da\id Coley IR-7).
-announced her campaign to suc
-ceed him Monday at Panama City
-Beach City Hall. on the steps of
S-the Jackson County Cou rt house.
Sand the steps of the Flonda
-Capitol.
'Introduced by Speaker Allan
-:Bense ,and surrounded by niemr-
h:ers of the State House. State
-Senate, local City Council
SMembers. County
S'Commissioners. State Attorney.
-Corrections Officers. PBA mem-
'bers, family and supporters,
Slarti Coley announced the rea-
sons why she was seeking to
..- complete her husband's term:
Marti Coley said she would
stress economic development.
education and advocacy for state
employees In her seven-week race
to represent the House district
that extends from southern Leon
County to Okaloosa County and
includes most. of Jackson
County.
Coley said, her children -
daughter Kristin. 17. and pons.
Vance. 13. and Hunter, 10 and
other family members had sug-
gested she run for her husband's
seat before Bense broached the
subject..
"Speaker Bense asked ne to
consider running for Dalid' seat
to complete not onlv his term, but
his work and his dream," said


'Marti (Bontrager) Coley
SColey, a college-preparatory liter-
acy teacher at Chipola College.
Formerly Marti Bontraqfr hrc is.
a graduate of Blountsto\wn High
School. .
"Just eight short months ago.
Republicans across District 7
used their vote to overwhelminelI
express their faith and confidence
in my husband. David Coley,"
Marti r. marked. "Arnd last-
Nov'einber. Democrats and'
Independents 'joined with
Republicans anid. ratified that
support."
Camipaignin, alongside her
husband, Marti said his hopis
anid dreams for the distinct
became clear. "He had a passion
for this area and worked diligent-
ly, e\en before becoming repre-
sentatiie, to bring economic
development to our area without


destroying any of our 'small town'
qualities or the pnstine beauty of
our natural surroundines. IHe
saw the need to plan carefully so
%we would not expenence the diffi-
culties that other areas of our
state have suffered as they grew -
---like the water shortage' of
South Flonda. Secondly, he
knewv that we must constantly
seek ways to improve the quality
of education for the students of
Distnct 7. And last but definitely
not least. since David and I both
had been state employees for
many years, he had determined
to become a bold advocate for our
areas' hard workingg state
employees. These are the issues
Da\id cared about, and these are
the issues for which otherss from
Destin to Tallahassee elected my
husband to fight."
Coley said she will work hard
to' fulfill the goals her husband
wanted to achieve for District 7.
"If the voters approve, I'll finish
out David's term the way he
would have wanted focused on
issues important to him and
endorsed by the voters of District
7 last fall. I kno\ this don'tt be
easy. But it s the best way I know\
to honor David's memory, and
keep his dream alive."
Governor Bush has set quali-
fying for May 5 and 6th, .a.
Primary Election for. May 24th, .
.and a June 14th General
Election.
Calhoun County Supei-isor of.
Elections Margie Laramore
encourages anyone \ith a family
member in the nulitary who wish-
es to vote in this election'to con-
tact her office at .674-856.8 to.
expedite the ballot delivery
process.


S n election for Hiersi



The Bank trial underway


by Kelli Peacock
Hundreds of Liberty Counts
residents have spent the past
couple of days at Veterans
Memorial Civic Center as attor-
neys attempt to seat a jury for the
.civil trial between Jed Hiers and


The Bank.
Hiers. the ex-president ofThe
Bank's branches in Bristol.
Blountslowri, and Altha, filed suit
against his former employer in
the summer of 200.3 after being
terminated earlier thai year.
Hiers alleges, false allegations
were made against him and The:
Bank breached their contract. In
a subsequent counterclaim. The
Bank, alleges' w'rcnigdoing on
Hiers'part.
Due to a lack of space for pro-.


ceedings at the courthouse, the
venue was changed to the
Veterans NMemonal Ci\ic Center'
on SR 12. Monday morning, 150
citizens filed in fior jury duty \\ith
another 15.1 arriving at 1 p.m. By
lunchtime, the first group of 12
'were being inter-iewed in a con-
ference room. At press time
Tuesday. one of the ballrooms of
the civic center remained filled
\\itlh pi:,ential jurors.
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Fire destroys Altha home
SAfire last Tuesday night destroyed a house on Hugh Comerford Road in Altha. The blaze claimed the home of
Pastor Mark and Cindy Grimes. Grimes has served as the pastor at Altha Church of God, but recently accepted.a
position at a church in Georgia. Sources say he had moved to the new church, but his wife and two children were
remaining in Altha until the school year ended. Although they were home at the time of the fire, they were alerted by
a smoke alarm and were able to evacuate. The church took up a love offering for the family and friends have pro-
vided a home until school is out.


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State champions!!
Blountstown High' School's own Arsenio Ivory (left) and Lee Shelton were named slate champions in their weight
classes Saturday at the state 'weighililting meet in Gainesville. A junior at BHS, Ivory look the state lille for the sec-,
ond straight year in the 169 lb. class. In addition, he broke a record in Ihe clean and jerk. "It was very exciting," he
tells The County Record. "The dude beforee me] had just broke it and I came right behind him and broke his [record]."
Weighing in at just 165 pounds, Ivory listed an amazing 335 pounds in the clean and jerk, along with 355 on Ihe
bench. Not only did he break a state record in clean and jerk, he also lied a stale record with his total score of 690.
Shellon is also a returning champion, but sacs the competition was completely dillerent this lime around. "I won with
the same total, bul it was harder this year." he remarks. Shelton captured Ihe title in the 238 lb. class. A senior.
Shelton is considered the leader of the Tiger weightlifting team and Coach Bobby Johns says he will be greatly
missed next season. Look inside this issue, for the complete story on the stale weightlifting meet.


Peddie, Kincaid Care




top students at LCHS


by Kelli Peacock
Kendall Peddle and Courtney
Kincaid have been named top
students in the Liberty County
High School Class of 2005.
The daughter of Kevin and
Karen Peddie, Kendall has earned
the title of valedictorian. She
plans to attend Chipola College to
complete her AA degree and
already has a good start with 21
dual enrollment credits After
graduating from Chipola. "I hope
to transfer to FSU and major in
pre-med and either go to medical
school there or at the University
of Floida for psychiatry." she
remarks.
During high school. Kendall's
favonte subjects ha\e been math
and science, as well as English. .


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As for those who:ha'e inspired
her to succeed, she sa\s. "Mrs
Kennedy has been. a real good
teacher and always encouraged
me to be myself and be an indil
'idual."
But her biggest supporter has
been her mother. "She's always
said, 'I can't afford to send you to,
college, so you better work your
butt off and get it done!'" Kendall
says with a laugh. 'She stays on
me. to make sure I get my work
done."
Courtney has achieved the
class salutatorian honor. The
daughter of Hubert Jr and
Theresa Kincaid, she has alsb
taken dual enrollment' courses in
high school and plans t6 com-
plete her two-year degree at
Chipola College. "From there, I'll
probably go to FSU in' either;
Tallahassee or Panama City and
I'm going to get, a Bachelor of
Science in either criminology oi
criminal justice and do ,foren-
,'sics," says Courtney. "Once I get
a job in: forensics, I want to take
some profiling classes."
Math- and science have also
been two subjects she has
enjoyed in high school and she.
says her science. instructor, Mr.
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Hiers, The Bank jury selection begins


During the interview process of
the first 12 citizens who were
summoned, it was clear that
seating a jury in this case won't
be an easy task. All but two in
this first group either were relat-
ed to someone who could possibly
testify, had friends or acquain-
tances that might be called to the
stand, or had business dealings
with The Bank.
The potential witness list that
totals well over 100 individuals -
reads like a "Who's Who" list for


Liberty and Calhoun counties. A
number of The Bank customers,
including several logging compa-
ny owners, are among those who
may testify, as well as bank
employees.
None of the attorneys on either
side world speculate how long
jury selection could take. The
Liberty County Clerk's Office says
the trial is expected to last three
weeks. Judge Michael Miller is
presiding in the case.


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Deer, biker collide


by Kelli Peacock
A motorcycle accident near
" Clarksville last week left a Bay
County man hospitalized.
'- Raymond Wagner, 69, of
Panama City, sustained serious
Injuries in the crash that
occurred April 17 at 7:46 a.m.


The trial of Jed Hiers v. The Bank got underway in Liberty County Monday.
Jury selection continued Tuesday at press time. Hiers is shown above with
his wife, Donna, during a break in proceedings.






Apr. 18: Robert Shannon Webb, violation of state probation
Apr. 19: Dale Williams, larceny under $300; Lester Massey, violation of state
probation; David Leonard Sauls II, order of contempt/Bay Co.
Apr. 20: Joanna Seaman, sale of cocaine within 200 feet of a park; William
Garrett, principle in first degree to sale of cocaine within 200 feet of a park; John
Foister, driving while license suspended or revoked; Brian Dargle, violation of
probation; Mark Granzow, holding for Hillsborough Co.
Apr. 21: Martiniano Martinez, sentenced from court;.Roberto Evangelisto, no
drivers license; Charles Kaufman, warrant/suspended sentence violation;
Adarrell Edwards, possession of marijuana with intent to-sell within 1000 feet of
public housing; Rinzard Smith, violation of county probation; Charisma Smith,
possession of marijuana with intent to sell within 1000 feet of public housing;
Christopher Baxley, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, cultivation of
marijuana; Jayne Baxley, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, cultivation
of marijuana; Kenneth Shaw, warrapt/battery, child abuse; Melinda Pearson,
failure to appear/worthless check; Elaine Midgett, child support; Keith Jones,
violation of probation; Roger Daniels, disorderly intoxication, resisting arrest
without violence
Apr. 23: James Willis, reckless driving, fleeing and eluding, driving while license
suspended or revoked, violation of probation
Apr. 24: Douglas Cross, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and drug
paraphernalia; Gerald Raymond, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis
and drug ,arapher.iali.a Gary B VWais1,n. v oiallln :of ccunr.,' probation
Apr. 25: Diaana Ka4 Parnell, unerring iorgery
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail during
the past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are
considered innocent until proven guilty.
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LCHS

Doug Harrell, is one of her best
teachers. In addition, she says
LCHS Principal Jerry Register is
her favorite person at school:
"He's cool and he treats me like
an adult, not like some naive
kid," Courtney remarks.
Kendall and Courtney will lead
their class at graduation May 20.


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According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Wagner was east-
bound on SR 20, driving a Honda
Gold Wing motorcycle, when a
whitetail deer crossed his path.
The deer struck the right side of
the vehicle, ejecting Wagner. The
deer was killed on impact.
Wagner was flown by LifeFlight
to Bay Medical Center in Panama
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JLauren Van Lierop earns PR award


The Florida Public Relations
association recognized Lauren
fan Lierop for her work with
Vision San Luis during its
Image Award program. Lauren
:* as presented an' Award of
Distinction and a Judges' Award
(or her Mission San Luis 300th
Anniversary news release.
:Mission San Luis, the only
reconstructed Spanish mission in
:Florida, sought to use its 300th
anniversary to establish itself as
a tourist destination. Lauren
issued a news release that
received extensive coverage on
radio, television, the Internet and
over 40 newspapers with a cumu-
lative circulation of over 10 mil-
lion.
The awards ceremony was
Held on April 21 at the University
Center Club at Florida State.
University. Lauren accepted the
awards in front of more than 90
local industry professionals.
The Capital Chapter of FPRA
presents the Image Awards annu-


Ruth Ann Yoder of
Blountstown, FL, left March 27th
for a five-month assignment with
a Youth Evangelism Service (YES)
team to Olepolos, Kenya. The
YES team is sponsored by
Eastern Mennonite .Missions,
Salunga, PA.
-Ruthann spent three months
-training at the Harrisburg (PA).
Discipleship Center before her
departure for Kenya. She plans
to return home in.August 2005.


McClellan,:Fair

will exchange;

vows June 25

Steve -and. Mar Jane
McClellan announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Katie. to
Luke Fair of Pensacola. Katie is
the granddaughter of Manr Ellen
Porter of Blountstown.
The wedding will take place at
Gadsden Street United Methodist
Church in Pensacola on June 25.
2005 at 3:00 in the afternoon.
\Ve extend an imitation to all
friends of the family.


Rulhann Yoder
Ruthann is the daughter of
Robert and Dorothy Yoder of
Blountstown. She is a 2001
graduate of Victcory Christian
Academy in Sneads. FL and has
attended Rosedale bible Colleae
in Irwin. OH. She is a member of
Red Oak Community Mennonite
Church. Blountstown.
Along with three other mem-
bers of the YES team. Ruthann
will serve with the Maasai people
in evangelism and discipleship.
The VES program of Eastern
Mennonite Missions provides
Christian discipleship training
and cross-cultural mission
assignments for about 100 young
adults each year. Participants
receive at least three months of
pre-field, contexltual. and post-
field training at the Harrisburg
(Pa) Discipleship Center and
other locations On assignment.
they spend four to eight months
in a cross-cultural settle. YES
participants from all over the
world serve on teams of four to
six young adults, working along-
side national church leaders or
missionaries. As volunteers. they'
raise their own financial and
prayer support. YES teams serve
in Latin America. Africa, Asia.
Australia. Europe. the Middle
East. the Caribbean. and the U.S.
Through YES. young adults


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ally. These awards coincide with
similar programs across the state
and mirror a statewide program
that will be hosted by FPRA in
August called the Golden Image
Awards.
The Image Awards have
become a standard of public rela-
tions excellence in Florida.
Winners demonstrate the very
best examples of public relations
research and planning, produc-
tion, execution and evaluation of
results and budget.
Upon graduating from Florida.
State University this month,
Lauren will receive a Bachelor of
Science degree in communication
with an emphasis in public rela-
tions and a certificate of minor in
business administration.
Lauren has been a member of
the Tallahassee Student Chapter
of FPRA for two years and served
as professional liaison during the
2004-2005 term. She is treasur-
er-elect for the 2005-2006 term
and will assume her new office
during her graduate' studies in


have an opportunity to receive
foundational discipleship training
and then to apply what they have
learned. in a cross-cultural set-
ting overseas, or in church plant-
ing efforts in urban and subur-
ban settings in the U.S. "YES has
given me a glimpse, a taste of
total fulfillment and servanthood
to God." says one returned \ES
member after an eight-month
outreach in Russia. "It has given
me a foundation of truth jolted
me out of complacency and set


Integrated Marketing
Communication at FSU. Lauren
has interned with the Office of
U.S. Senator Bob Graham, the
Florida Democratic Party and
Herrle Communications Group.
As a public relations
intern/account coordinator at
Herrle Communications Group,


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lead a pro bono account for
Mission San Luis. Lauren is a
2002 graduate of Blountstown
High School.
FPRA is a statewide organiza-
tion of public relations' profes-
sionals dedicated to; enhancing
the professional development of


its members. while providing a
forum for personal growth
through interaction and resource
exchange. The Capital Chapter-
includes about 100 public rela-.'
tions professionals as well as stu-:
dent chapters at Florida State:
University and Florida A&M
University.


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Blountstown Woman's Club to


meet May 19 at the Settlement


AHS places

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estate event
; Altha School's culinary class
"excelled once again at the ProStart
state competition held recently in
-:Orlando. The Altha team placed fifth
-:overall. Team members include
S(above, front row, from left) Ashton
Lee, Amber Cook, Sky Scott;
.Brandon Dysard, Anna Nichols.
;(back row) Marie Granger (instruc-
.3tor). Victoria Walsh, Justin McCoy.
-Amanda Poland, Nichole Drew,
Jeremy Watlord, Mary Mclntosh.
and Everett Baggett. The team of
Amber Cook. Brandon Dysard.
Anna Nichols, and Sky Scott
Placed third in the knowledge bowl.
Shown at night, the team ol (irom
left) Mclntosh, McCoy. Baggett, and
Watford captured 16th place in the
gourme' meal competition.
Mclnlosh handled the desse:t.
McCoy prepared the appetizer, and
SBaggett and Watford did the entree.


The Blountstown Woman's
Club met Thursday, April 21, at
11:45 a.m. at the W.T. Neal Civic
Center with Pres. Carolyn
McClellan presiding.
Gall Wood gave an inspiring
Devotional. She read a selection
from Touched By An Angel which
told of a small boy trapped in an
icy lake. The diver had been
unable to locate the child. Then,
to one side, he saw a shadowy,
whitiest figure pointing to a spot
in the ice. The diver plunged
immediately into the water .and
rescued the child. This miracu-
lous story answered the question,
"Why were angels: created?" ,She
closed with a prayer.
The group took time out to
enjoy "brown bag" lunches fol-
lowed by delicious goodies pre-
pared and served by hostesses
Carolyn McClellan, largaret
Addison, and ,Jo Johnson.
Everything was'so good!
Then, Carolyn,,introduced Lt.
Michael Bryant from the Calhoun
County Shenffs Office who gave
a run-down of the many services
provided by the Sheriff's Office
Read. on! T. Local Calls-
answered by uniformed deputies'
Theft. trespassing domestic \o-
lence. etc.) In\estiation
Narcotics, and Internet fraud Lt
Bryant in charge Senous Crimes
Investigation by Ken Futch -
Assist duringP CourPt Sessions
Provide Secutrty to all county
schools 2 per school.,
Corrections Oversee Jail and
'Yard Work Squad. Manage
Recycling Program (since 2002.
Mosquito Control (since 2003 1
'truck). Neighborhood watchh
Program 2 in effect. NMoritor
911. Clerical Staff Handles
paper work. Traffic Control
Fleet Maintenance. And the 2
favontes Christmas For
Children fformerly Toy For Tots)

Chamber office

to close Monday
The Calhoun County Chamber
of Commerce's office will be
closed on Monday. May 2. Please
call 674-4519 for information or
to leave messages.


Provides about 300 children with
gifts at Christmas, and the KISS
(Keeping Independent Seniors
Safe., created by Sheriff David
Tatum, this program is directed
by Sgt. Adam Terry. They keep in
touch with elderly individuals
.who live alone, weekly calls and
periodic personal visits. Lt.
Bryant closed with a question
and answer period.
The program was excellent.
We learned so much about the
wonderful work done by these
dedicated people. Calhoun
County residents are blessed to
have such a well organized and
efficient Sheniffs Office. Life goes
on smoothly and safely under.
their watchful eyes.
SCarolyn thanked Lt. Bryant for


his informative and interesting:
talk. She also thanked Carolyn'.-
Margaret, and Jo for the goodies.
SCarolyn announced that she-
and Margaret will attend the'-
District 2 Meeting at Bay Point.
Saturday, April 23.
The Spring Workshop will bed.
held in Chattahoochee May 21.1
Let Carolyn know by May 8 so
she can make reservations.
SCarol\ requested that each'
member submit 3 recipes at the-
May meeting. These will be used
in the Settlement Cookbook.
Members, please bring your
dues payment of $25 if you have
not already paid.
The next meeting will be the
annual Covered Dish, Picnic at
the Panhandle Pioneer i
Settlement Ma\ 19th.


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Separate all appliance items and all limbs/yard
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In the waiter relay, Altha's team placed 13th. Team mem-
bers include (above, from left) Amanda Poland. Nichole
Drew, and Victoria Walsh. At left, Ashton Lee came in fifth
place in the edible centerpiece competition. Altha culinary
students, led by instructor Marie Granger, operate the Cats'
Cuisine cafe at their school. They served their last meal of
the year last week. The students have earned many state
and national honors since this program was created.
Congratulations to them on another outstanding victory!


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hoe pitching contest; arts,
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0 Blouritstown High School's own Kristen Baker is headed to the state
Championship track meet in Coral Springs this weekend! Kristen earned the
Opportunity to go to state after winning first place at regionals in the, 800
meter run last week. "She has worked very hard and put herself in this posi-
tioh to compete at state," says Coach Mike Pratt. "She has a great chance to
twin at state, but she's going to have to give it everything she's got."








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It was three up, three down for
the Altha Wildcats last week who
earned the number two seed in
the district tournament.
The Cats took on district foe
Poplar Springs last Tuesday and
walked away with a 9-3 win. "We
only had one error the entire
game," Coach Arthur Faurot
remarks.
Eighth grader Tony Golden
started the game on the mound
and pitched. four and a third
innings, striking out six.
Offensively, Noah Byler and
Josh McIntosh were both 2 for 4,
Cale Chafin was 1 for 3, and Gary
Chew was 1 for 1 with a double.
Eighth graders Ethan Byler and
Mason Waldorff were recently
moved up from the junior varsity
team and made some big plays
for the varsity Cats. Ethan was 2
for 3 and Waldorff was 2 for 2
with a double.
The Cats traveled to Panama
City Christian Thursday and


brought home an 8-5 victory.
Chafin started on the mound
for Altha, allowing only four hits.
He was relieved in the fifth by
Keith Kirkpatrick.
Offensively, the Cats chalked
up 12 hits and were led by Chew
who was 3 for 3. McIntosh,
Kirkpatrick, and John Mark
Peacock were each 2 for 4. Eighth
grader Tony Golden was 1 for 4
with a double, but "actually the.
ball hit the back fence and
bounced back in or it would have
been a homerun," Coach Faurot
points out.
Friday night was definitely the
highlight of the week for the Cats.
"We played what I consider the
biggest game of the year against
Malone to decide, the number two
seed," says Coach Faurol In the
end, Altha care out the clear
winner with a score of 8-1.
'Freshman Tad Scott pitched
for Altha with an impressive 13
,strikeouts. He held Malone to six.
hits.
At the plate, Altha had 10 hits.


Leading the team were Chew who
was 3 for 4, Peacock who was 2
for.2, and Kirkpatrick who had a
double and scored three times.
Because they are:the number
two seed, Altha will get an open
round buy in the district tourna-
ment that gets underway
Tuesday in Malone. The Cats will
take to the field on Thursday.
May 5, at 4 p.m.. facing the win-
ner of the Malone v. Poplar
Springs game to be held Tuesday.
"'We're playing better and.
hopefully. we'll carry it into the
distinct tournament." says Coach
Faurot "This is the first time
ve'\e wound up district runners
up since I've been here."
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expected this to be the year foi
this achievement with such a
young team on the diamond. "We
normally start seven ninth
graders, a. 10th grader, and a
senior," he notes.
Before heading for district next
week, the Cats faced Carrabelle
Monday and Aucilla Christian
Tuesday (details unavailable at
press time). Their record, stands
at 10-10 overall and 7-3 in the
district.


Wood takes 4th at state
SAltha High School's Britt Wood was able to fend off tough competition and
Swin a fourth place medal at the 2005 Boys' State Weightlifting
Charppor.jias ver the weekend. Wood improved his qualifying total by 10
poun ,fl .b'i. ,t.alaMO clean and. :er ..ee;ro.yeQoH..$., best '
ever boys' finish at state. It is the school's third stale weightlifting medal. Brilt
Shas now competed in two state championships and still has two more years
Sof lifting left to improve on his fourth place finish. He currently holds records
in the 129 and 139 weight classes at AHS: Senior Kevin Barton also lifted in
J the 238 class at state which was probably the most competitive weight class
of all. There were about eight guys who could have won the weight class.
Kevin just missed medaling after missing a 305 pound clean and jerk which
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Strength of any lifter I have ever been around. The weightlifting team is not
Going to be the same without him. He has set some high marks for future
lifters to reach. He holds all records in the 219, 238 and heavyweight class-
Ses for the Wildcats." Coach Smith is pictured above with Britt Wood.

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The Tiger weightlifting team was named state runner up and members captured several individual medals at
Saturday's meet in Gainesville. Team members include (from left) Bart Nichols, Chance Attaway (6th place. 199 Ib.
class), Arsenio Ivor) (state champion and broke a state record, 169 lb. class), Lee Shelton (state champion. 238 lb.
class), Chaz Johns (4th place, 238 lb. class), and Josh Lee (4th place,, 183 lb. class).




Tigerlifters finish


2nd at state meet


f by Coach Bobby Johns In the 199 class, this is where
Smy mistake cost us the meet.
Runner-ups again!!! Bart Nichols was set to lock up
r Gainesville has not been a second place for us. which would
0 great place for us this year. After have been enough to give us the
V this year's football runner-up fin- Championship. We opened him
ish. I said that I didn't know what up at 340 pounds on the clean
Swe could do different to help us and jerk and he missed his
win the game. The breaks went attempt. He did not need that
Against us at the wrong times much to place second and I
and cost us the game. should have moved his first lift
Well. Saturday at the State down. Bart has been the stan-
SWeightlifting Meet. I can tell you dard in which our program has
Swhy we failed to repeat as State been set over the past four sea-
Champions. Our kids worked sons and he gave a tremendous
\very hard for four months and I effort to help us win. He came up
made a terrible coaching mistake a little short, but it was my fault.
and cost us the Championship. I His work ethic is what I want
tell my players all the time that BHS Weightliftmg to be known for
Pr ou must know when you make a in the years to come.
Mistake and learn from it. After Also in the 199 class. Chance
o coaching weightlifting for as Attawav came up with a big sixth
Many \ears as I ha\e. I should place finish for us. He posted a
t have known how to prevent this 605 total and gave us one very
Mistake from happening. -We important point Chance has a
cam p 2..points a ,av.'losinf23 slight knee Injury and showed
21 to~ia'rtpow High School" and I great determination ih I ha\ig a'E
clT-d"'1wV' atffe a detionaI lef .,egQodameeCi: 1..,,:
Sw6ld "' have 'given us the In the 219 class, Corey Silcox
SChampionship. had a great day with a 630 total.
SI want to say that I am very He finished with a very solid 300
r proud of my lifters and the way pound clean and jerk and almost
they competed to represent BHS. hit 315 to give him fifth place. He
It is one thing to lose because we has fought tendonitis in his knee
Were not good enough. It is all spring and showedgreat heart
Another thing to lose because by gutting out a solid perfor-
S''our coach did not do his job well mance.
r enough. I will learn from my mis- In the 238 class. Lee Shelton
t take and. hopefully, not cost our repeated as State Champion. He
Skids another chance in the fought all season to stay focused
future. and continue to improve. When
Although we came up a little the chips were down and we
Short of a second State needed his leadership. he came
SChampionship. being the second through big. He finished the meet
best team in the entire State is with a solid 320 pound clean and
Nothing to be ashamed of. Our his second straight State
r lifters competed ver well and did Championship. We are really
1a great'job of having a chance to going to miss "Big Red' in the
Swing. There were some amazing weight room next season.
Slifts' and some very gutsy show- Also in the 238 class we had
ings. another gutsy performance. I am
In the.169 pound class. Junior very hard on my son. Chaz. but
Arsenio Ivory rewrote the record he came up huge for us under
Books on his way to a second great pressure Saturday. After a
SState Championship. The current solid 350 pound bench. Chaz
SState Record in his weight class missed his first tw\o lifts at 310
on the clean and jerk was 315 pounds on the clean. He needed
pounds. Arsenio had already to hit that lift to give him a fourth
wrapped up his weight class with place finish and lock up second
r a: 285 clean nd \\was going to place for our team. That was a lot
attempt 320 pounds for a new of pressure for a sophomore to
SState Record. Meanwhile, a lifter handle under those circum-
Sfrom another school in Class 2A stances. but he came up big. He
broke the State Record at 330 finished with a 660 total and a
pounds. This forced Arsenio to \ery important fourth place.
attempt 335 pounds to break the In the heavyweight class. Zack
new State Record He had lifted Smith finished eighth with a 655
That much only once in the total and had a shot at sixth. He
weightroom back in the summer. did a great job for us and if we
With two attempts remaining, can find a way to improve his
Arsenio tried 335 the first time clean and jerk to go along with
and barely missed. He told me his 400 pound bench, he will be a
between lifts that he \would get it great lifter.
Son his third attempt. Well. on his Two other lifters who competed
last attempt. Arsenio nailed 335 for us Saturday, Justin Godwin
pounds and set a new State and Isaac Kent. did a great job
Record for his weight class. His making it to the State Meet in
335 clean and jerk. along with his their first season with us. Justin
S355 bench.'also tied the State started venr high on his clean to
STotal Record at 690 pounds. Just put him in a great position to
I imagine, a kid who weighs 165 score points, but he failed to
' pounds lifting that much weight. complete a lift. We knew he may
, Also imagine the fact that he has scratch, but he went for the
, another year to become a three- points instead of worrying about
.0 time State Champion and break his total. I am very proud of his ,
P even more records. What a great effort. Isaac did a good job on his
{ d(ay. bench at 335. but continued to
g struggle with his Jerk. He has had
S In the 183.class. Josh Lee a hard time for several weeks now
Same up big for us with a 660 and he could not correct it
pound total and gave us very Saturday. He did a good job and
important points with a fourth we are looking forward to seeing
place finish. Josh showed a lot of him on the football field.
P guts coming back after the bench Overall. it was a great showing
moved on his first attempt and for our kids. It is a good place to
Scost him a lift. He did a great job be in your school when only win-
for us and gave us a chance. ning State Championships is
Also in the 183 class. Greg good enough. I am going to miss'
Meeks had his best day and fin- Bart, Lee. and Jay McClellan, our
Swished with an eighth place finish, three seniors, very much next
For a first year lifter, Greg has season. I want to thank them for
Been a great addition to our pro- having the commitment and pride
Sgram. to return for their senior season.


It would have been_ much easier
to take off with their friends after
football was over. but they
showed tremendous dedication
by sticking with it. I am so very
See LIFTERS, page 14


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Locals earn degrees from Chipola


S '. I W- T U ". .

Harris, McFarland win speech contest
" Carr School held its annual Tropicana Speech Competition last Thursday.
School winners in the 4th and 5th grade division are (seated, from left)
-Coriney Harris (1st place, 5th grade), Breanna Pybus (2nd place, 4th grade),
and Nilsa Prowant (3rd place, 5th grade). Sixth grade winners are (standing,
from left) Kate McFarland (1st place), C.D. Crocker (2nd place), and Genny
Starr (3rd place). Good luck to Cortney and Kate as they advance to the
countywide competition on May 6!


News From BHIUIS


from Blountstown High School
Cheerleader News
BHS held cheerleader try-outs the
week of April 4ihn8ti for the 2005-2006
squad. The girls participated in a week of
practices where they learned a cheer, a
chant, and a dance.
Squads were chosen on Friday April,
18. They are as follows:
Varsity Casey Glass-Captain, Janna
Grantham Co-Captain, Courtney Bybee,
Laura Holland, Adrianne White, Dianna
Glaze, Kori Edewaard, Maegan Davis,
Holly Jeppson, Hannah Johnson,
Candace Shiver, Lane Golden, Kaylin
Bontrager, Dana Clark, Kaitlin Peacock,

Kindergarten

registration at

Carr School May 4


The Calhoun County Carr
School Personnel will be sponsor- .
ig- Kindergarten Registration at
Carr School on Wednesday. May
4. from 8:00 until 12:00 noon.
To be eligible for Kindergarten
a child must-
1. Have a birth certificate
and/or hospital record to show
proof that the child \uilJ be 5 years
old :in or behfre September 1,
2005.
2. Have a current Florida
S School physical examination.
3. Have a Florida Certificate of-.
Immunization provided by the
County Health Department.
4. Have the child's social secu-
rity card.
5. Have proof of residence..
6. Correct mailing and physi-
cal address and correct phone
number.
Advanced appointments must
be made to attend the screernin.
Call Carr School at 674-5395 to
S:schedule your appointment.

Eighth grade

dance May 7th at

ivic Center
Eighth graders at Blountstown
Middle School..Carr School. and
Altha School are reminded that
the Eighth Grade Dance is set'for
S Saturday; May 7. from 7 to 10.,
p m. at the W.T Neal Ciic Center
in Blountstown.
Each eighth grader may bring
a guest. Tickets are S10 per per-
son and can be paid at the door
(refreshments are included).
Photo packages will also be avail-
able.
During the dance, a prom
pnnce and pnncess from each
school will be chosen. along with
an overall prom king and queen
from all those in attendance.
Voting wil take place early in the
evening. "
For more information, call
674-9407 or 674-8267.

Band ConCert

April 28 in BHS

Auditorium m
There wil be. a. Blountstown
High School and Blountsto\wn
Middle School Band Concert on
Thursday. April 28, at 7:00 p.m:
at the BHS Auditorium. It will
feature a selection of classical
and pop music for your enjoy-
ment.
Everyone come out and sup-
port our school music programs!


DEADLINE


Monday


at Noon


SSamantha Dwiggins, and Satyria Everett
Junior Varsity Crystal Money -
Captain, .Cassandra Tharpe Co-
Captain, Kathryn Alsop,' Maren Solano
Mariah Snakovsky, Ellen Williams. Haley
Bozeman, Evelyn Smith, Aulurmn Veazey,
Cathrine Gurliaccio, and Ashley Gates.
Congraruiaiions Girls!
--Courtney Bybee
Journalism Trip
Tuesday, April 19, Blountstown High
School Publications and TV Production
students took a trip to Tallahassee.
Studenis injured ihe FSA Film Schdol and
the Tallahassee Democrat.
These tours were both great leading
experiences for those looking at a career
in the field. They learned exactly what it
would take to fulfill their dreams .
In between the tours, the students
enjoyed a wonderful lunch at Fazoli's
Italian Restaurant.


--Kyndal I


Edwards


April 27 National Honor Society
Initiation
April 28 Girs Softball Disirict
Tournament (homer Baseball game away
at 4 00 p.m. in Graceville. Band Concen
May 2 Baseball District Tournament
away in St. Joe (TBA)
May 3- DCT Luncneon
'May 4- Awards Day. FSU Chemathon


Some 385 students were eligi-
ble for graduation at Chipola
College at the end of the spring
semester. Graduation exercises
are scheduled for Thursday, May
5 at 7 p.m. in the Milton Johnson
Health Center.
Counted as members of the
class are all who completed their
degrees or vocational certificates
from December of '04 to May of
'05 or who will complete work at
Chipola during the summer of
'05.
The class includes the follow-
ing students from Calhoun and
Liberty counties:
Baccalaureate of Science
Degrees
Altha- Clinton Eric Clemons
Blountstown- Whitney
Elizabeth Sims Cherry
Associate in Arts Degrees
Altha-Amber Joy Adams,
April Lindsey Adkins, Tracy
Laverne Basford, Larea Kaye
Boone, Eric Allen Clemons,
Brooke ,Lashee Daniels,, Amelia
Flores, Keith Allan Johnson, Terri
Carol Keith, Linda Dianne Ladu,
Heather Marie 0' Bryan, Dreama
Peters, Jared W. Rackley, Sharon
Montgomery Robinson, Holly
Elizabeth Strength, Rona Lee Van
Lierop
Blountstown-Brandon Allen,
Jessica Nicole Anderson, Marceta
Elaine Baker, Matsu-bell Greene,
Sharon Kay Henderson. Daisy
Johneice Holliday. Eric Daniel
Miller, Jessica Ann Page, Kristin

Bye ByeBirdie

May 6th & 7th
Conrad Birdie is the biggest
rock & roll star of the 60's ever to
be drafted. Birdie's agent and
song writer. Albert Peterson. i!s
convinced he can make his for-
tune and marry his girlfriend
Rosie if he gets Conrad on the Ed
Sullivan show to kiss a high
school girl goodbye.


Jeanne Peacock, Samantha
Taylor
Bristol-Travis Edward
Anderson, Dawn Michelle Arrant,
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Meanwhile. Albert s mother
will do anything to break him up
with Rosie. KJm and Hugo. the
high school steadies. live in Sweet
Apple. Ohio. where most of the


action takes place.
For the rest of the story. join
BHS students May 6th and 7th at
the BHS Auditorium. The perfor-
rances \ill begin at 7:00 pm.
See any cast member for tickets.


Altha-Keyela M. Hampton,
Starla 'Alicia Jemison, Heather
Marie O' Bryan
Blountstown-Gladys
Bontrager Dewey, James M.
Gates, Malissa Elizabeth Shaw
Bristol-Tramaine Lamar
Spears, Dani Marie Tharpe
Associates in Applied Science
Degree


Blountstown- Clifford L.
Jackson
Workforce Development
Certificates
Altha-Brandon Corey
'McDaniel
Blountstown-Billy Ray Ivory,
Ronald Larry Tissue
Clarksville-James Allen
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The County Record, APRIL 27, 2005, Page:9


LCHS rocket team qualifies for


national competition in Virginia


by Kelli Peacock
For the first time ever, Liberty
County High School is -niidioiv a
Steam to the national rocketry
competition!
S The LCHS team was among
! 100 finalists t, .I,'.:tU out of 712
teams from 49 states and the
District of Columbia, "They've


worked really hard," says LCHS
physics instructor Doug Harrell.
'They didn't know anything about
rockets when they started and
th,\"'ve had to learn a great deal.
They've overcome difficulties
ranging from a low budget to get-
ting rockets off power lines."
To qualify, students must cre-
ate a two stage rocket and take


"Cinderella" w ill be presented

by Altha School chorus May 5-6


The Altha School music
department I. : IP [:-,e'ning the
musical '.!'.:;'' ll..1 -:. t u p.m.
on May 5 and 6, in the Altha gym.
This is an adapt.ation of the
Rod t'ers and Hammerstein
Broadway musical of the same
name. Originally from the ninth
century, it was first written by a
Chinese man named Tuan
Chi'eng Shih.
It depicts the story of
Cinderella and her desire to
break away from her mean step-
,mother and stepsisters. Her
stepfamily plans to leave her at
home while, they attend the
prince's ball. Cinderella's
Godmother has a different plan,
'however, Cinderella wishes she


could go to the: ball and her
Godmother makes this "possi-
ble". .'
The cast bf 34 includes mem-
bers of the high school and mid-
dle school choruses. Lacy Adkins
will be playing Cinderella. The
prince will be played :by John
Baumer. Nick Hansford will play
the Herald. Justin McCoy and
Tiffany Betts will be playing the
king and queen. The stepfamily
will be Katie Brown as the step-
mother, Shannon Grice as Joy,
and Sarah Shelton as Portia.
Tickets can be purchased
ahead of time from the cast or the
school office for $5.00. Tickets
can also be purchased at the
door. We hope to seeyou there!


Webbs at Sopchoppy Opry
: The Sopchoppy Oprv has been
tagged the best place to be the
.last Saturday every month' and-
the audiences that .frequent the
area's longest running classic
country music concert couldn't A
::agree more.
SLocated in the historic
Sopchoppy School Auditorium.
The Sopchoppy Opry just keeps
getting better and better! And the
April 30 show is sure to enhance
its growing reputation for staging
some of the area's best talent!
Musical. Coordinator 'Herman
1T"ac" Nlc\Vaters has announced
that Al & Wretha Webb. AItha.
Florida's dynamic couritry cou-
ple, will fill the guest band spot
'for' the show and singer Lisa
Watson will be back for a second
appearance with South Band. the
Ipnr-'s poFIpular hi'ouse band.

along with the whole SOpr S ow time 'is 7'P.:. Tickets are
Don t miss these talented S5 each and may be reserved by
artists scheduled to appear on calling (3501 962-2151' between
the April 30th edition of the the hours of 2-4 p.m. Monday
Sopchoppy Opry in the histor-ic through Friday. See you at the
Sopchopp5 School AuditonLum. Sopchoppy OpY'!

Miss, Little Miss Liberty


Countyageant ay21


The Miss and Little Mliss
Liberty Couity Pageant will be
held Saturday. May 21. at 6 p.m.
CT.:7 p.m. ET at the Liberty
County High School auditorium.
The Little Miss division is open
,to girls 6 to S years old. The Miss

Blood drive set for
Wednesday, May 11,
Calhoun Extension
SThe Calhoun Extension Office
.will be hosting a blood drive with
iSoutheastern Community Blood
Center on: Wednesda\. NMay 11,
from i:'00 am to 1-00 pm.
Please come in and donate blood
.and help save two lives.
': The Ex-tensiun Office is located
on Central Avenue East next to
the old Calhoun County
.Courthouse.

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Jody, Jody
SCongralulalions on your
Graduation. Remember
Halloween carnival; well you little
"RAT" there is always a payback!
SGood luck from an old fend.



-IIY II I I1


di\sion is open to young ladies
between the ages of 17 to 21..
Entry fee is $50. The deadline to
enter is May 6.
Entry forms can be picked iup
at .LCHS or Tolar School.
Completed forms, along. with
entry fee and; photo, must be
dropped off at LCHS by May 6.
For more information, call
Jami, Daniels at 447-0838.


SHidden Treasures
by
Ryan I
.:_ .McDougl d
God Communicates
Through Prayer
Text: John 16:5-16
How does God communicate His will'
God called Moses from a burning bush.
He spoke y tIre Israelites from'a moun-
tain aflame with fire and billows of smoke.
He spoke to Gideon through an angel. He
spoke to Jacob through .a dream. He
'called David Irough a prc.phel He spoke
to El;jah with a still, small. voice.
; God is still God. He is the same today
as He was yesterday. He never changes.
I would never i;mil God ;n how He can or
will communicate to His people. He can
and does do whatever He wants.
Yel, I haveevever seen a burning bush,
like Moses saw. I have never heard a
voice Irom reaven. I nave never seen an "!
angel. But God speaks to me every day.
He speaks to:me when I pray.
Whatl s prayer? Praver simply put, is
cormmun;calln with God. It is peilion,.
thanksgi.,inq, adoration, and praise. It is
seeking God's face and His will.. It is sub-
mitting to God's will. It involves pouring
our hearts out to God. It also involves lis-'
tening.
Meditation is an extension, of prayer. It
is not mystical. It is simply listening to the
yoice of God as He speaks tc your heart
It can be as simple as pondering the guill
we have over sin. It can be an intense,
soul searching, gui-wrenching quest.for
Gods guidance in mailers of it'mosl
importance
Tne Holy Spir;i convicts us when we
pray. He makes us feel guilty over sin. He
gives us a compelling urge tq do right He
makes the really 01 judgment clear.: It is
through prayer that we learn to recognize
the voice of Christ in the Holy Spirit. God
is sl;ii speaking today Are you li slen;ng?
RB an hMcDougaid is 'a' licensed,
orcaned Free 1,l Baptisl Minister hosi-
ing BiDle study in Ithe nome For more
information, call 674-6351.


two eggs up and back in as close
to 60 seconds as possible. "One
team had several good flights, but
somehow their eggs ended up
cracking every time," says
Harrell. '"The other team man-
aged to get off a couple good
flights, but the one good enough
to get to nationals ended up on a
power line."
Headed to the Team America
Rocketry Challenge on May 21 in
Virginia are Jessica Sans,
Kendall Peddle, John Travis,
Ashley Dowdy, and Selah
Nlannin. Although they are
seniors. and this is graduation
night, they all agreed it would be
worth. the trip. 'They'll leave a
couple hours after graduation in
order to make it there in time,"
says Harrell, adding that the stu-
dents will get to enjoy part of'
Project Graduation festivities
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The County Record, APRIL 27, 2005, Page 10


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S.Deadline for Church
ef wCe or News is Monday at Noon


:MARJORIE ELIZABETH
:DETRICK HAMLIN
Mrs. Marjorie Eliz
'etrick Hamlin, 89, of B
.passed away Friday, April
:Blountstown.
: Mrs. Hamlin was bor
i Pennsylvania and had liv
S Liberty County for the pa
I years. She was a member
S Life More Abundant Fello
Church in Bristol and in he
Jier years was instrument
setting up Friends for Anim
Polk County.
S -Survivors include two
James A. Hamlin of V
S Florida, and John D. Hamli
his wife, Sheila, of Bra
I Martin and her husband, I
S of Bristol; five grandchildren
great-grandchildren, and
great-great-grandchild. She
with two of her grandchi
C.asey and Melanie, who
much of their time with he
hearing for her.
-Memorial. services were
Sunday, April 24, at the Life
Abundant Church in Bristo
Adams Funeral Home w
charge of the arrangement:
674-5449, www.adamsfh.co
RUSSELL I. KEGEL
Mr. Russell I. Kegel, 7
Clarksville, passed
Wednesday, April 20, in Pa
City.
Mr. Kegel was born in Ch
PA and had lived in Ca
County for the past' 10 year
Survivors include very
friends, Ron and Marsha St
Shane and Amy Schmidt
Tony and Diane Hall,
Clarksville.
No services are planned a
time.
Adams Funeral Hom
Blountstown is in charge o
arrangements, ph. 674-
www.adamsfh.com


SHERAL BASS PATE


Mrs. Sheral Bass Pate. (
Wewahitchka. passed
Saturday, April 23, 2005, a
home.
Mrs. Pate was bori
Wewahitchka and lived
many years. She had worked
law secretary and, in her
years. earned her CNA certil
but, most importantly. W
devoted mother and home
She was preceded in dea
her husband. Wesley Pate
Smother. Martha Gaskin Stel
Stetson: a stepfather. A.C.
Stephens: a brother. De
Allen Bass: and her father
Bass.
Suni\wors include a dau
Christa L. Pate of Milton.
sister, Vicki Scott and her
band, John C. Scott
Marianna: a brother. Frank
of Wewahitchka: several r
and nephev.s. John C. Sco
Krista Scott. Vikki Bass.
Bass, Anthony Snipes, 'J
SMitchell. Julie Blakeney,
Debbie Greer; her stepfa
Byron Stetson; and, many
cousins, relatives and friend
Funeral senices will be h
S3:30 EST Sunday, May 1,
the Holly Hill Cemetery in Pc


;abeth
3ristol,
22, in
rn in
ed in
st six
of the
wship
;r ear-
tal in
lals in
sons,
enice,
n and
adley,
ith E.
Rocky,
n, two
one
Lived
ldren,
spent
:r and
held
More
1.
vas in
s, ph.
m


Joe with Father Jerry Huft offici-
ating. Flowers will be accepted or
donations may be made to
Hospice of the Emerald Coast,
401-B Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, FL
32456 or the St. Johns Episcopal
Church, PO Box 595,
Wewahitchka, FL 32465.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown is in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 674-5449,
www.adamsfh.com.
JEANNETTE BOYD


Ms. Jeannette Boyd, 64, of
Blountstown, passed .away
76, of Wednesday, April 20, 2005, in the
away Courtyard Rehabilitation and
.nama Nursing Center in Marianna.
Jeanette was born Eliza Boyd
tester, in Blountstown on January 13,
lhoun 1941, to the late Elmore Boyd, Sr.
rs. and Oneal McCullough Boyd. She
good was the seventh of eleven chil-
:iteler, dren. She was a member of St.
,and Paul A.M.E. Church where her
all of father had been a member of the
Steward Board.
at this Jeannette received her ele-
mentary and high school educa-
e in tion at Mayhaw School in
of the Blountstown. Upon graduation
5449, from high school in 1959, she
moved to New York City. After a
brief stay in New York, she joined
her oldest ,brother, Henry, in
Chester. Pennsylvania. She began
working in a nursing home and
realized that her mtnistry was
caring for others. After living in
Chester for several years.
SJeannette joined the staff of Fair
Acres Farm. where she worked
for thirty-three years as a
Certified Nurse Aide until her
retirement in 2002. When she
retired, she returned to her fami-
ly home in Blountstown where
| -Jh. rWeIL.e .d._.u!!bh.er.jlneDss..
glk- She was preceded in death by
her sister. Georgia Ann Boyd
(Detroit. NlI. and her beloved
nephew, Nate (Chester. PA). She
was a member of St. Paul A.M.E
Church. where her lather had
been a member of the Steward
Board.
62. of Jeannette leaves to cherish her
away memory one aunt. Laura Porter of
at her Blountstown: nine siblings,
Henry (Zinal Boyd of Chester. PA.
t in Mary Boyd Yon of Blountstoiwn.
there Milton Boyd of Savannah, GA,
d as a Watios (Maggie) Boyd of San Jose,.
later CA. Monroe (Maybelle) Boyd of
ficate. Sanford, FL, Elmore (Juanita)
'as a Bovd. Jr. of Blountstow\n. \illiam
laker. (Earnestine) Boyd of NMarianna.
ith by Jesse Boyd of Blountstown. and
: her Dollie Jean Boyd of Blountstown:
phens and a host of cousins, nephews.
Steve nieces. grandnephews. grand-
ew\ard nieces. great-grandnephews.
r. C.. great-grandnieces and friends.


ghter.
FL; a
hus-
of
:Bass
iieces
tt Jr.,
Cage
Fackie
and
father,
close
ds.
eld at
from
ort St.


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850-674-844


Funeral services will be held at
11:30 a.m. Thursday, April 28, at
the St. Paul A.M.E. Church,
located at 1020 River Street in
Blountstown, with the Rev. David
Rhone, Sr. officiating. Burial will
follow in the Magnolia Cenmetery
in Blountstown with McKinnie
Funeral Home of Campbellton
directing. The body will lie in
state at the church one hour
prior to the service. Visitation will
be Wednesday, April 27, from 6 to
8 p.m. at the church.
ARCHIE HAIR
SMr. Archie Hair, 82, of St
Petersburg, passed away Sunday,
April 24, 2005, in St. Petersburg.
Mr. Hair was born in Altha and
was retired from the U.S. Postal
Service. He was a veteran of
World War II, serving in the U.S.
Navy.
Survivors include four sons,
Lynn and Lewis Hair, both of St.
Petersburg, John Hair of North
SCarolina, and Leo Hair of
California; two daughters, Rose
Ann Nemyier of Lewisville, North
Carolina, and Mary Ellen Longo
of Miami, and their mother, Mary
Donna Hair; and grandchildren,
Christopher, Jon Michael,
Vanessa, and Jason Hair, Patty
and Jennifer Nemyier, and
Michael John Cooper.
Funeral services will be held at
1:00, PM CST today, Wednesday,
April 27, from the Adams Funeral
Home Chapel with Reverend
Chris Goodman officiating.
Interment will. follow in the
Macedonia Cemetery near
Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown is in charge of the
arrangement,. ph. 674-5449,
www.adamsfh.com.
JESSE EUGENE HYDE
Mr. Jesse Eugene Hyde, age
55, of Kinard passed away
Wednesday, April 20, 2005 at his
residence. Mr. Hyde moved to
this area, from Pensacola .in
1982. Mr. Hyde enjoyed fishing
and riding the roads. He will be
remembered as a man who loved
his family. Mr. Hyde was preced-
ed in death by his mother,
Earline Guy, his father, Jesse'
Hvde and his best friend, Ton
Nlishow.
Survivors include two sons:
Da\id Hyde and wife. Carla of.
Pensacola. Richard Hyde and
\wfe. Michelle of Pensacola: four
daughters- Casite Hyde of
Kinard. Cathy lentt and hus-
band. lMke of Pensacola. Celesta
Hamilton and husband, James of
Pensacola. Venice Dial and hus-


See OBITS, Page 14


Blountstown First

Assembly of God

welcomes new pastor
Blountstown First Assembly of
God Church 'would like to wel-
.come their new pastor, Rev.
Charles Royals and his wife, Ann.
We invite you to come and wor-
ship with us at the church on
13th Street, Blountstown.
Services are Sunday school at
9:45 a.m., morning worship ser-
vice at 11:00 a.m, Sunday night
service at. 5:30 and Wednesday
night service at 7:00 p.m.

Men's special study

at Blountstown UMC
MEN! You are invited to
become "NuMen" by means of
"Men of Action". Starting
Thursday, May 5, we adventure
into the study; "The Man That
God Uses".
Men of Action developed out of
a need to study God's Word, how-
ever the men wanted to do some-
thing more than study, it was
decided to put our faith into
action. As we invest our time in
'study, our faith will also be put
into action in the community in
which we live. Our desire is not
to be served but to serve others.
Soon you will see us out express-
ing our faith in action. We believe
our studies and action will devel-


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
I 15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.


LARRY WHITE,
PASTOR
482-4825
CHURCH PHONE
674-8884


SUNDA4S ,
Sunday School 10:00 AM
"..orning \ .rhip 11:00 AM
Children's Church 11:00 AM
Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM
Kidz Sunday School
and Church 10AM-12Noon


WEDNESDAY
Bible Study 7:00 PM
Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00,PM

www.dtapps.com/southside/


Meaningful Bible Stud ......................... :45 AM
Exciting Worship................................ 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
S." Pastor Tom Stallworth
S Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown

First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in rluc fnorstp.o of Christ


,Service Times
Worship Service:
Sunday
8:00am & 10:30am
coMnMUNITY CHURCH
19359 SR 71 North Blountstown, FL 32424
850,674-5747 e-mail: info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: www.rivertownchurch.info


op us into "NuMen".
This study is open to all men of
the community. We meet each
Thursday from 6 p.m. to 6:30
p.m. at The Blountstown United
Methodist Church; come share in
the adventure!

Methodist Church "Rodeo
Round Up" this Saturday
Perhaps you have seen our ad,
promoting our "Rodeo Round
Up". This comes as a result of a
challenge that got out of hand.
Rev. Warren, pastor of
Blountstown United Methodist
Church, challenged the Church
to bring in "100 Health Care Kits"
that would assist disaster' vic-
tims. The Church responded to
the need, as a result a "Rodeo
Round Up" has been scheduled


for May 1st.
Pastor Warren said, "He would
ride a horse, if the church
stepped up to the challenge." In
his mind he was thinking a ride
around the church however the
idea grew with the participation
of the church thus on May 1st,
Pastor Warren becomes Cowboy
Steve as he rides before the com-
munity at Skeet Davis Arena.
The community is invited to a
family outing featuring Cowboy
Steve, plus a carnival- sponsored
by Blountstown United Methodist
Church Relay for Life team. The
carnival and concession opens at
3:00 p.m., the public is invited.

Share Your Church News
www.thecountyrecord.net
fax: 674-5041


YOU'RE !NVIIED
T 0 G 0 D S H 0 M E-

Pastor Dave Odom
Invites Everyone to Attend




"REDEEMED"

In Concert at


Gateway Baptist


Church


Sunday, May 1, 2005


6:00 P.M. CST




If you knew your prayers could impact and change
America, would you be willing to set aside time during
your lunch hour, just one day to make that happen?

The National Day of Prayer is just that opportunity.
Around the Nation and in the center of our community
we are gathering as Christians to lift our nation to God
in prayer. Our prayers will be targeting the 5 Centers of
Power in our nation:
Government, Media, Education, Church and Family.

If we join together in lifting our country and our
community, America can experience the freedom that
accompanies God's power.

Won't you join us in transforming our nation and our
future?


4 REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
with

Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We,'
REJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown, Florida
STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


St. Mary Missionary

Baptist Church
16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
850-674-8716


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


I


"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM


For information on listing

your church in this

directory, please contact

The County Record at

674-5041.


For Information on Placing Your Church in the Directory, Please Call 674-5041


NATIONAL

DAYOF

PRAYER

Thursday, May 5th
12:00 (noon)
Magnolia Square Park


g BEVIS FUNERAL HOME

BEVIS of Bristol
HI 1

Formerly Doing Business as

McClellan Funeral Home

All existing pre-need and at need contracts are now
handled by the Be\is family and staff.
4,

All operations of the funeral process \\ill be handled on
location at 12:008 NW State Road 20.

Todd Wahlquist, Rocky Bevis & Ed Peacock
Licensed Funeral Directors

Phone 850-643-3636
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Please stop by and say hello.
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night in two separate drug busts.
In the first case, Adarrell
Edwards, 21, and Charisma
Smith, 23, were each charged
with possession of marijuana
with intent to sell within 200 feet
of public housing, along with pos-
session of drug paraphernalia. In
addition, Rinzard Smith, 50, was
in their'residence at the time and
found to be wanted on an out-
standing warrant. He was,
charged with violation of county
probation.


Charity, Courtney and Kara Bremer of Altha led the Pledge of Allegiance
and sang the National Anthem.


Gulf Coast Electric hosts


The County Record, APRIL 27, 2005, Page 11



Five arrested in drug busts

by Kelli Peacock According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, a search
The Calhoun County Sheriffs warrant was served on their resi-
Office netted five arrests Friday


dence at 15974 NW Jeffrey Street
in Blountstown just after 7:30
p.m. The search revealed 82
small Ziploc bags of marijuana
with a total weight of approxi-
mately 10.6 ounces.
Investigators also found $3818 in
cash with the marijuana.
A small child, the daughter of
Charisma Smith, was in the
home at the time and marijuana
was reportedly located on the
floor beside the bed where the
child sleeps. The, child was placed


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Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative held its 57th Annual
Members' Meeting Saturday,
'April 16 at its headquarter office
Sin Wewahitchka. The purpose of
the meeting is to communicate
information about the
Cooperative, including the finan-
cial reports and overall business
status, as well as serve-as a social
event for the entire membership.
More than 750 people attended
the event this year.
For entertainment, Gulf Coast
Electric Cooperative provided a
bounce house and pony rides for
the children and music by the
Country Gold band. Informative
boothsi were open for the duration
of the meeting, offering informa-
tion about the marketing pro-
grams that GCEC has to offer.
*Each: registered member
received a free gift and compli-
mentary food tickets to redeem at
food booths run by local civic
organizations as lundraisers. In,
addition, registered members


were entered in drawings to win
many other door prizes, including
the grand prizes, which were
$100 electric bill credits and
vacation packages.
'The 57th Annual Meeting was
a success: The members who
attended participated in the busi-
ness portion of the meeting,
enjoyed great food and entertain-
ment and won some ternhc door
prizes," GCEG Manager of
Marketing and Member Services
Michael White said.
Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative is part of the
Touchstone Energy,', national
alliance of local, consumer-
owned electric cooperatives pro-
viding high standards of service
to customers large .and small.
GCEC serves approximately
19,200' consumers in Bay,
Calhoun. Gulf. Jackson. Waltoni
and Washington counties and in
the municipalities of
VWewahitchka. Ebro. white e City.
Fountain and Southport.


FAML HEM UNS


O'Bryan
The 8th AnnualU O'Bran
Reunion w-ill be held Saturday.
May 7, at the Altha Community
Center from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Please bring a covered dish
and your old photos and join us!
For more information, call
Janet Williams at 762-8589 or
Martha O'Bryan at 850/877-
2438


Bailey Reunion
The 47th Annual Bailey
Reunion ,iall be held Sunday,
'May ist at the Magnolia Baptist
Church. Please come and bring
your favorite dish and join us for
lunch at 12;30 p.m. Hope to see
you there.
^ I l~ l l [- .IIIIii7 I


KLY L &LUJLALE. JJA, Nl ILkLLU


Following is information con-
cerning housing programs that
are available through the USDA
Rural Development Office for
Calhoun, Liberty, Jackson and
Gulf Counties.
USDA Rural Development, for-
merly known as Farmers home
Administration, serves all of the
above counties in providing home
loans in rural areas to eligible low
and very low income applicants.\
The loan may be to purchase
existing housing. .purchase and
repair existing housing, purchase
a building site and construct a
d\ellinL. or purchase new\ houls-
ing. Down pa\nments are not
required and loans may be made
for up to 100 percent of the mar-
ket (appraised) value. Rural
Development loans mayi be subsi-
dized A subsidized loans based
on the applicant repaying a per .
centage Io their income toward
the housing payment. taxes, and
insurance. Eligibility determina-
tions are based upon several
requirements -including being
within set income guidelines,
acceptable credit history arid
repayment ability.
\\We also have a Guaranteed
Loan prohrar available for the
moderate income family This
program is not subsidized, how-
ever, allows 100% financing, no
down payment, minimum closing
costs, no mortgage insurance
required arid you do not have to
be a first time homebuyers.


If you would like further infor-
mation, you can reach our office
at (850) 526-2610 ext. 102 or
access our website at www.rur-
dev.usda;gov.fl.Follow-ing is infor-
mation concerning housing pro-
grains that are available through
the USDA Rural Development
Office for ,Calhoun, .Liberty,
Jackson, arid Gulf Counties.'

'Main Street'

to meet May 2
Blountstown Main Street usu-
ally meets the first Monday of,
each month in the Chamber's
building. The netl- meeting date is
Nla\ 2. 2005 at 12:00 pin. (noonl
CST.
All persons, who are interested
in downtown revitalization and
historical documentation on the
M & B Railroad. are welcome to
attend. Please remember to bring
a paper bag lunch

Huge book, yard sale
at library Saturday
Blountstown Library will have
a Book & Yard Sale on Saturday,
April 30, from 9:00 a.m. until
3:00 p.m. in the courtyard of the
Library. Everyone is welcome.


in the custody of the Florida
Department of .Children and
Families."
Arrested in the second case
were Christopher Baxley, 47, and
Jayne Baxley, 43, each charged
with manufacture of marijuana
within 1000 feet of a'church, pos-
session of marijuana with intent
to sell within 1000 feet of a
church, .and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
According to the Sheriffs
Office, a search warrant was exe-
cuted on the Baxleys' home at
16966' NW 14th Street in
Blountstown. The search


revealed marijuana packaged 'to
sell, scales, and drug parapher-
nalia used to inhale marijuana.
Located in the backyard of the
residence were six marijuana
plants growing in six separate
containers.
Charisma Smith was released
the following.day after posting'
$2000 bond. The- others
remained behind bars at press
time.
The search warrants were ee'-
cuted by CCSO deputies Michael
Bryant, Mark Mallory, Nick
Keller, Jared Nichols, Chris
Porter,and Officer John Mallory.
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The County Record, APRIL 27, 2005, Page 12





B~~~a be vbale aty City^ Hal 209 Centralj --^ i e


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL
DIVISION

CASE NO.: 05-67-CA
UCN:072005CA000067XXXXXX

MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS,
INC. AS NOMINEE FOR HOUSEHOLD
FINANCE
CORPORATION, MIN NO.
1000450-00048965697,
Plaintiff,

vs.

ZEBULON SHULER, ET AL
Defendants

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ZEBULON SHULER
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
20154 NW MARIE AVENUE
BLOUNTSTOWN. FL 32424

AND'

704 MARIE AVENUE
BLOUNTSTOWN. FL 32424'

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclosure a mortgage on the following
described property in Calhoun County.
Florida:

LOTS 1 AND 2, BLOCK C. LEONARD'S
FOREST PARK; A SUBDIVISION IN
BLOUNTSTOWN, CALHOUN COUNTY.
FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREON, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,'
PAGE 66, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA.

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ,
P.A.. Plaintiffs attorneys, whose address is
2691 East Oakland Park Boulevard, Suite 303,
Fort Lauderdale. Florida 33306. within 30
days from first date of publication and file
the original with the Clerk of this:Court either
before service on Plaintiffs attorneys 'or
immediately .thereafter: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.


PUBLIC AUCTION

Paul's Wrecker Service will hold a public
auction on May 11, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. (C.T.).

2001 Pont. Grand AM
Vln# 1G2NF52TOM608172
White in Color

Auction will be held at Paul's Wrecker Service,
17311 N.E. Pear Street. Blountstown. Florida.

Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
April 27, 2005





WEATHERIZATION BIDS

The Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids on May 17, 2005 at 5:10
P.M. or as soon afterwards as practice al in the
County Commissein Board Room, 20859
Central Avenue East, In Blountstown, Florida
for contractors interested in the weatherizing
of houses and mobile homes. Specifications
may be picked up at the Weatherization Office
between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 3:30 P.M.
Bidders must provide proof of General Liability
and Workman's Compensation Insurance in
the Bid Package. The Insurance must be In
force at the time of the bid opening. As an
alternative to providing Workman's
Compensation Insurance, the prospective
bidder shall provide proof of worker's
compensation exemption. Any person
claiming' to be exempt shall be subject to an
on-the-job inspection for proof of exemption
and license of all workers on job site. For
i'unrti r ir.l'rmailOn pleire c-ra.ljcl Fa. Balde.,
at6 E."4 2"7

rc B.:'.rd0 I Cunt CoTmlrnisioners reserei
tn.' nrig t L.:, re. ect an', or pan U ol all blid
April 27 Ma\ 4. i2', '





Section 00010


INVITATION TO BID

Bids will be received by the Calhoun County
School Board, 20859 Central Avenue E, Room
G-20, Blountstown, Florida. 32424 until 4:00
p.m. Central Time, May 3, 2005/ Bids will be
publicly opened and read aloud on may 10,
2005 at 5:00 p.m. at their regularly scheduled
monthly meeting:

COVERED WALKWAY ADDITION AND
ALTERATIONS
ALTHA SCHOOL AND BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH
SCHOOL
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
BLOUNTSTOWN. FLORIDA

All work shall be done according to plans and
specifications prepared by Paul A. Donofro
and Associates, Architects, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna, Florida 32446. Plans are on
file and open to inspection in the office of the
Architect, 291,0 Caledonia Street, Marianna,
Florida. -

Drawings and specifications may be obtained
from the office of the Architect at Post Office
Box 861, 2910 Caledonia Street, Marianna,
Florida 32446. Contractors may obtain one
(1) set of documents upon $40.00 deposit,
which, will be refunded only to, those
submitting a bona fide bid and returning said
documents prepaid, in good condition, within
ten (10) days after receipt of bids. Contractors
requiring more than one set may purchase a
full set of documents for $30.00 per set,
NON-REFUNDABLE.

Bidding documents will be sent UPS unless
otherwise specified.


a certified or cashier's check, made payable to
the Calhoun County School Board.
Blountstown. Florida in the sum of 5% of the
base bid as a guarantee and with an
agreement that the bidder will not revoke or
cancel his bid or withdraw from the
competition for a period of thirty (30) days
after the opening of bids, and that in the event
the contract is awarded to the bidder, he will
within ten (10) consecutive days after it is
submitted, enter into written contract with
the Calhoun County School Board in
accordance with the accepted bid. Upon
award of contract a Performance and
Material and Payment Bond will be required
of the successful bidder. The cost of the
Bond will be included as part of the bidder's
bid proposal. Certified checks offered as bid
guarantees must have Florida Documentary
Stamps attached.

The Owner reserves the right to waive
Informalities in any bid, and to reject any or
all bids, or to accept any bid and any
combination of alternates or separate .bid
prices that, in their judgment, will be to the
best interest of Calhoun County School Board.

Timothy G. Smith, Chairman
Calhoun County School Board


S ATTEST:
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools
April 27; May 4, 2005





ORDINANCE NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following


Ordinance Nd. 2005-03 or' the City of
Each bid must be accompanied by a bid bond, Blountstown. AN ORDINANCE, TO BE
ENTITLED:


AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A FRANCHISE
TO G.T. COM INC. OF PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND
MAINTAIN A TELECOMMUNICATION
SYSTEM AND LINES CONNECTED
THEREWITH.

ORDINANCE 2005-03 SHALL BE PRESENTED
to the City Council, City of Blountstown, for
the second and final reading at the Regular
City Council meeting on Tuesday, the 10th day
of May, 2005 at 6:00 P.M. in the City Council
Meeting room at 17262 NW Angle Street,
Blountstown, FL. 32424.

This ordinance shall become effective upon
final passage as provided by law.

AI,L INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be
heard on the adoption of' the aforesaid
Ordinance No. 2005-03 are cordially invited to
be in attendance at this meeting.

COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE in its entirety


may be ubtanied at City Hall, 20591 Central
Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424
between the working hours of, 7:00A.M. To
4:00 P.M., M-F.

BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
Attest: Jimmy W. Hand, City
Manager/Engineer


R & R WAREHOUSES NOTICE OF SALE
On, March 13, 2005, at 10:00 a.m. (CST), R & R
Warehouses will dispose of the contents (8) storage
unit from Blountstown at R & R Warehouses in
Blountstown at 19382 SR 20 W. (850) 674-5478.
The units are believed to contain household
and/or personal property of the following tenants:
Willie Engram, Ivan Bozeman, Sherry Pelton,.Wade
White, John Swearengin, David Stone, Adron
Zimmerman, Donna Sexton.
All units not paid in full by this date will be
disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUCTION!!
April 27, May 4.2005


DATED on April 4. 2005.

Ruth W. Att
Clerk of the lircui
April 2,'., 2


LEGALNOTIC


Notice To Contraclors & Material Suppliers
Advertisement for Bids
away, CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN SEWER REHAB
Court PHASE m
2005 PROJECT S 05DB.2Q.02.17-02-N02

SBD FOR THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS'


U


NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING'

IN RE: The license to practice nursing of

Sandra Johnson. C.N.A.
22806 NE State Road 69
Bl(iuntstown. Florida 32424

CASE NO: 2004-27698

LICENSE: CAN 7265***3056

i'h~ P I ,r.. nri ..I H'-ai- ha, riled an
'.1,rrl:- Jh.ali C_,:,mp alr-l a.'i,,-: ,1:11 a ,:'py
.i1 ;r, ,hn nr l-- .:. t. r,.r.e.l ...c oa i.r.,n JulIe
.1 ',-'. .ai l ',..rn ral Coun iel
i-r. ,,.:,n -iler, l.. i.l nt li-:-5 Eald C.,press
. ,61- '; T laiia-. e Florii da:
2: '2 50 4L4 612r

II ,*':. r .ni:l, njzl trea n e ,lle b, \':'j c:o :(ri-rung




iagry sending this noti ce no later than seven
d.~y prior to the proceeding a the address a
gien not he enotirc. Telephone: (850)r
414-8126, 1800.-955-8771 (TDD) or
it, a.:..,,rd a -: ih trI en i -Ar-- r : i- lrl. Ith

.. .:| |'*rr..3 i= 'J. I ", ":l.:. s V ICAr1 ,L- al_. e .. JCLt i. ll _
:'. :"* i,-_.II-Ii_ -h ,, l l I.rl a. I 1] ,,. I, l -. J, I o r
agency sending this notice no later than seven
days prior to the proceeding'at the address
aivdn, not -,he notice. Telephone: (850)
411-8126, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8779 (V). via Florida Relay Service.





CIrT OF BLOUNTSTOWN
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR
ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES

.irC :I 1Al bilodnl.OkwnI hererb requc-il
rIP:.i_.i Ir l.m q sua filed indlilnui ls or Irmi to
. J .in :ujcnlrrii aral awer.ice Ifr Police
.'. i.Tm erit I..r Int Cill Pelaunlsltr1 n
F- t',"jli [ iil Ire co-nsidered on an equal


y. illh,:.lj.:. i I',:r irc 1lirlC:olUiri _'eF ,,: _' .,ill
be ...lu]i .3i n u-ilri .he Ila. i nte.nierI5

S I F':.i ; S Cil ala l experience or
I :,.r.ra.-5Il .prrtii : ,, lr jn, ,iis F.iper,-.a i'el ir
',r ..- : .r il i ,pe c I :er ice o be
'.lii ir. 1 ..:'mpl:jiut, prjied "'

2. 25 Points F il re.:.:.. ,f firm I. perform.
work within Ime I.mir,t,.:, ilaing into
r. .n: l ir. 'r h --.: u .er'ni n.r flarnred
l-D a .3 -

3 25 Points Pasit ire,:':. of firm "h
Cf"ernmen' I nd' .:.rin:r .i licnt incr lurdni
,qu i ,, ,:-- t.rm elh ,e-'_i and c, l ,_. :,c'plOrIl .

.: 25 Points .-3u,:e: l.ul imiTilair expr.ii -rice
.- F...,.1,a Small i iC e.- nl Ca:..rQu e-

1r... hr:.ull be ., qu l.. J i s hou rl, r i-
,.i. AlJan, an esn. .:m c Ine r.,urrmbcr l houii
i:. r_:.m pr.le e I p.r :.ji:

:*,"rn fI ,:,.rl'.i ul' ,calI: pr,.:..uii. l:" m marked
'5 i.i. E[' PFj)P:. A'.L F':'F, ARCHITiECTLAL
: mW z il be r-ii; o ir 10i" F .1
S .:.r.1 .,e ],' M a '' :l'' a' 'I'3,' II I ill
At ention M.i Jimnrr, Hrind Cii
.lfraf,-r E.-:.r.ee. r ,a,-id 2,:i'59i C n .-il Ace
'** Ai El.:urti .'r. -l,.,ri.a .5-4244

'he City of Blountstown reserves tie- irl'hit t
'ite,.i n all :i all proposals, to al c e n,
lnli.. ralllln ei r irrcg larltcl In ire pro .,i- al
irrd.,- -i ad .' a a,, ra ic.nlrjci (s) 1i i, e b1.
.i re l ll. L j .

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMFFLO1 EIR.
.F.- IF.-OiuSInCl HXrOiCAF.. .Ci:E IBLE
i jURidLICTI' ;rj

S' April 20, 27 2005






ORDINANCE NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN ,that the
f-,.;i,..,n, CIr.,i.rn.e No. 2005-02 of the City.of
El...unt:i .,n N ORDINANCE TO BE
ENTITLED:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA: PURPOSE:
RATES; SEVERABILITY; CONFLICT WWITH
OTHER LAWS: EFFECTIVE DATE;
A ItHORI'TY.

':F'llc.Jr E2 ,r: 20":0- SHALL BE PRESENTED
,.: nthe ,I '.,ounil City of Blountstown, for
".h I: .:.: 'l a Jii I'lnir l reading at re rcthilr :
City Council meeting or, Tueid, the ,':'Lr, dj
of May. 2005 at 6:00 F I1 in tne City Council'
Meeting room' at 17262 NW Angle Street,
Blountstown. FL. 32424.

.This ordinance shall become effective upon
final passage as provided by law.

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be
heard on the adoption of the aforesaid
Ordinance N1:. 2,i',5 .'2 are ci:-.rjllo ll, ir..ite to
be In'attendn.:r a' Lnils m.ret-ii

COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE in its entirety
nim,, be obtained at City Hall, 20591 Central
., ',nu West, Blounts(own, Florida 32424'
between the workinghours of 7:00A.M. To
4:00 P.M., M-F.

BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
Attest: Jlmnm' W Hand' Cl(y
MNnager En.ineer
Spril 2- 2'.05


ScilJe.d id- vill be recil.d uni.l -4 '."0 FP
Cenural Tim- on Mai it .'i:205 at C' lrian.l tit
the Ciit, c El- lni-oi. n n i cated ai 2i059i
Central A er.ue cikes Biun rs.:.:r, Fior.a,
Three c Upies" cl tre bid must be U iuTmiii-le Al
b'.J Iiiie C opened and re.1 al.ud i. nd rei
F N1 Ceiriral Time n ti. Lh-c Cil,' Counil .-urilf
tIre Regulair Ct, Coucilril Meetin oi.n 1M. lt
2:.65 at 't.e CIt C L.:,uncil I Mecu ori^ i ITI
l.,c.ated al 1 .262 N.l% ArgIce Strret
Bl.,,Jr,iic.Oi. r Flir:ida The rid i.ill ne i. r inr e
f:,l[:. C ]r i 3ti erial: rqJircd c., tine Cii.i I.:.i
c..er irne r.nr abil llati.: f. ener or ed in
,:.:.riurncl.:-i ul.ri ine C..:m rr uir ,i i-e.elp rcn i
Elic, CGran r'eil' ed Iu'r,, h-ie 3 atc ot Fl,.r,nila
Dipr ,il i. enti.' A:i lTi-t.m unl) ,ti A iajra

BACK FCLL DIRT
LIME ROCK ROAD BASE
BEDDING ROCK
ASPHALT

Triee mTaenals w ll be required for te Ciit .-f
bloun.lt.,,ri SeRac- Rehab Pha-e jii F'iPr.j t -jl
appoxiiMmaiel i 000 leelt oI feeuer line within
ime Cll lIInmt Quguanltles required ce
uncnrti2lil at thli Lime W-.jrk A, il gn on hor a
penod of up to 6nonths

All Tmaierials mul meet Florida Depi of
iraniportnalon requirements A complete
_pecitlic:al n and isil 01 materlals ca.n be
-p.:c.ke'.' .J fr-..-'' Clli Hill al- 20591' -Ceriral
A,enur s. r I: l.,unilli..rr Ftl.rl.Ja Q- u ::l .-:
c.-,..cerr.ICr trl. m ai.ril.1 n'i% ., a..3.jre.'e' 'd .i
t i ,: 03 Ma,-aLer O-tlILe i: I591 :-c -ral
A ri.re % -i l .EJ'iin IIt., 'n Fl..i'ri.a

Tr.e C'a. Cou-r,.i CLii, oif &lI.ujrti.a.)*r
remerne; all ngrL.s to reject an, or al] pr,-:,p, a.Il
ind a aie arn, tecrhmchlilie deemed to b.e not
In ithe cil Interest of lie City

N. hbadeic mra iiltndrasr bid 'or a period of
1601 dal' ;ainer dale se' for ,opening

The Clli poin i' 'i c.iinta tfor this projl ct it
Jimmir W W' Hand ai 1t501 674-5468 at the
Bliunrirlor. n Clti hal oet-eer. tie hour ..f
, 00 AM and 4.i00 PiM Mn,.na, througen Fndla


EQI.L,.\ OFiFOR-iRfNIt' ErFPLC' ER
H.I-VDIC.kP ACCESSIBLE, FAIR HC'SING
,.iRl ?j 20DION
April 27 2005


BED NOTICE
STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES
'SHIP PROGRAM"

The Ca lnoun Board Io C.-,unti C,:rnrmii_.nrer-
uil ac'rept seale.l Did: on benhall al Its State
SH,:.uiin Irunautei Pariet-.rhip "SHiF' Priogram
1:*.r the ren3bol i0 ,ouei uril 12 30 P M1 local
time .on Tue.iai, Mla, 17 20:',5 Bids ma tbe
delivered to the Clerk s_ Ol'lice i the C'alhouin
C aunlt Courtho:.ui e BI-l.:,ntltoan Florida
324214 Bids mnLuit rrle before deadline
BI.-J lll be opcrndc orn 1 17 21."0'5 a 505
p r or a:i soon aterAiard as Fpo-ible
BIJ- mujt be eaid in n aer..el.pe rr-a.rled
Sealed BId For E.SHiP Rehat, an identified b.,
.ne name .' i.he firm. aid the date and ume of
tn.: bid operuni
BIa _heeit and speCilll,:l.ii s mas be
obtained b, contctraiing D.illing Parriin or
Fa.,e 6ille\ 5HIPF Admliinlrsar- 2085.? E-a'
Cenrarl A\lern.e Roo.i 309 Blounlt I, n
Florl.ri prrne.SI 8l501 67.4-.046 or 674 2571
A lMandta2m.n Prebid Conference uill be held
or 'Thurida!. lMa1 5. 2:i005 .al 9 u1 t AL I:M :sl
uime in the Cln..un Buildling Departmenrt
i:.:iatjd r,.n tn 3d i1lor oi' Lne Calhoun Count.
'-,uriJ',ur .,dis:
Reiati b i]l tbe bid! ii i- mne re.'-poninbtllt o:i
Lhe iriidc.r i..riiL r ii or .a Fiuri:h-Ise ail petinllli
deemed n.ece:-arl
BiUdder miriii pr:...ide prool o1 generall
I' 3ili. ard \V.:Irk man C ompenri'aii.ir
Inr, .rarce in ihe biJ package Then irnuran.e
mJ:ii be in licce at the lime o:.i tre i.l
,op,'ninl A. an aliernalP'e i..:, pr-r lidinr i
',V.rkman i C.:.mp'nr'ationr Insurance the
r.as~.pI it':l.e bc la r -hall pr.:.. .Ide pr.'.ol
.,,rker s CompensatiLon ExermptiO:n. An\
peri.':rn laihm l.r, iL:. be e.emp. l i. ll -,ii e i'ubiec
:. an .:n t-he-lob Inspction ifor pro:ol oil
e' emr[.l.:.ri a d license 'i ali u.:.,k rs. -:.n job
iie
F.lInril.a ,coniracltu arc encruraied i.:.
parLicipae Chin.:-un Coant, i1 an Equal
iOpp.:i.r.,rl., Jurli dic:l.:.r Tre C all- j,,n
Louni B.:.ar.i o, C..unL, ComnTis.si.,ner
ieerene, ine irnit to reject an\ and allI id;
and l.:. ,al e an, irnirmnalii
Trin signing.,of he cc:nlraCt is corlingent
iuF.prn ihne pp,'.:.al oi and ..r release i luieoas
:, le Florida Houilngr Frinancie .Agen
Calhu.Jn C.:unt ii an Equal C.pprtiurtui Faur
Hjuilni Coiunit,
April 27 Ma, 4 200ij





PUBLIC AUCTION

Mallonr ToT!ni ana Fe,:.oer a II hol:ld a
r-.ul.R auciiC.n on Apiil 29. 2005 : i 2 u' -p m
ILTI or,

1989 Chry.. 4 Door, Blue In Color
Vina 1C3BC6638KD604867

1998 Chevy. 2 Door, Green In Color
Vian 3GIJCR41W585885O

Aucuor, IIll be held at iMallr i Tilng annd
eioerin ini a 1832' ria crth llain SIre'e
"-,j7 i Northi in Blount-ioTr

1Mal)llr Trcain4 and Reccer re.er.e_ the
right I.: relect an, and all Did
April 27 200'5
I][i .I]I I'1ull rI IIm1,[II]


LAWN MOWERR


I Cll (80)74-91 or(80)6086.


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II*E MANITOWOC Ice Machines
rA4NEr O* HOSCHIZAKI ke Machines


ALl i kl.**i


Under New.
Management





Located in Old Bargain Corner Building

Corner of East Central Ave. and Pear St. in Blountstown
9-5 Mon.-Sat...850-674-8400

WE BUY OLD and BROKED APPLIANCES

USED FURNITURE andAPPLIANCES
We Repair All Brands of Appliances and Computers


SALS DELVEYU INS


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I Eldridge Construction, I


1643-55-121-I


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ACCEPTING QUOTES
Northwest Florida Regional Housing Authority will accept
quotes for repair of one (1) dwelling unit located in
N ewahitchka, FL For scope of work and required qualifications,
contactt Doug Sullivan at the Housing Authority 850-263-4442
: xt. #18.
Letter of interestiquote should be forwarded to Northwest
Florida Regional Housing Authority, Att: Doug Sullivan, Post
iOffice Box 218, Graceville, FL 32440 and will be received through
the close of business on May 20, 2005.
4/27, 5/4, 2005



The Printing House, Inc., Quincy, FL
We currently have immediate full-time job opportunities for skilled and entry
:-,, level positions. A few of the positions are: .
SCHEDULER
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
STITCHER and FOLDER OPERATORS
PRESS OPERATORS
BINDERY HELPERS
JOGGERS
We offer competitive wades and benefits. It you'd like to ln our learm,
send re'sumes.'applications via email to recruiler@4(hepriniirghc.use corn,
Sfax to,850-875-4421, or complete on-site al 1066 Srurong Road, Oulncy. FL..
EOE/DFWP
4/27,,5/4, 2005


OPENING AVAILABLE
Shelion Trucking Serice. Inc Alila, Fl. is. IooKin lor person to fill
opening in the clerical department Applicant must have strong
communication s kills. 3abily to handle large amounts of paperwork
Basic computer skills helpful.

Interested persons may pick up an application at our Hwy. 73,office,
mail resume to P.O. Box 68, Altha, Fl, 32421. Applicants must be
available for interview following complete application, resume.
Applicalirn 'resume may be faxed to 850-762-3538.

Applicants musl pass physical and drug test. Shelton Trucking is an
equal oppc'rtuniiy employer. Benefits include insurance and 401K
reiirerneni plan


HELP

WANTED

Interim healthcare
has an immediate
opening for a
CNA/CHM
in the Altha &
Blountstown Area.
Please call
482-2770 between
the hours of 8-5
Mon-Fri to
schedule an
interview
4/27, 5/4. 5/11. 5/18. 5/25


SUTTON CREEK
APARTMENTS
Immediate opening for
assistant
manager,'maintenance. 32 .,
hours w'benefits. Office &
computer experience
necessary. Ability to work-
independently. Light
Maintenance duties. 'Drug
*- free workplace. Must have
valid dr. license &
transportation, Some travel
possible. Equal Opportunity
; Employer. Apply at 16978
i N.W. Mayo Street,
Blounistown, FL or call 850-
674-4202. TDD:TTY 711.




OPENINGS
We have openings for several
service technicians.
certification preferred, who
would like to come work for a
friendly environment with BAY
FORD BLOUNTSTOWN. LLC.
Need to apply in person at
17178 Main St. S
Blountstown, FL 32424
Contact Dan Anderson or
Ronnie Mason.


CLASSIFIED AD
"DEADLINE
MONDAY NOON


HELP WANTED

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!
No eprterence required. Werner has
immrediale p:osljii''rs tfor enitr-level semi
drivers Our avg Drivers earn more than
$36K first year 60i o: c.t Wl rner drivers gel
home nighrlv or weekly 15 day' CDL
Training now available in your area. For a
solid ne career, call Today -
1-866-280-5309.
I U'"" ****


TELLER POSITION

Full time Teller position
available. Prior cash
handling experience
preferred. Applicant
must have good
customer service and
communication skills.
Resumes may be faxed
to 643-2171 or mailed
to PO Box 550. Bristol,
SFL 32321.
AA'EOE
4/27. 5.4. 5,11, 5/18, 5.25


AUCTIONS

AUCTION
Farm Equipment
Satl May 7. 900 a m
1 -Mile Ea.l C:' Greenwood, FL
on Hwvy 69 Fort Rd
Counslgnmenls Welcome
John Stanlev
1850)594-5200
AUL044'AB491

AUCTION
'Sat., May '14,9:00 a.m,
Hwy. 231 N. Campbellton. FL
Dispersal of 112 local lam-is,
surplus cc'unry and cit equipment
plus local consinrmeniers
Mason Auction & Sales LLC. FL#642
850-263-0473 Office 850-849-0792 -
Gerald
850-258-7652 Chad
850-849-6391- Todd



WANTED

Chev. 5 lug'rim, 15", coldr doesn't
mailer as long as in good shape. Call
. 674-2480
S.. .. ***-,'


FOR SALE

Computers for sale new or factory
refurbished computers, Monitors, Inkjet &
Laser.Printers; CD's, CD-RW, CD Drives,
Zip Drives, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call Ruseii A. Peterson at (850) 674-2958,
17785 Crozier St., Blountstown. E-mail:
russellp ''dgialEIr'pl Cmrn

Bed, New Visco NASA Memory Foam
Mattress Set. Still boxed, factory
warranty, can deliver. Mfg. list $1200, sell
$400. Call 850-425-8374.

DINING RM. Beautiful new'cherry table,
6 C'ripperin-i di hairs. Iigried china cabinet,
car, del,'r $3k 1.5', sell for i1101c .

, *.**********
Couch and Loveseat: Brand new, still
packaged w.ivwarranty. Can de,.ier
SubQe:ite. retail I $1200, sel $450.
:850-545-7112.;
****** **** ****
Queen D.ouble Pillow top mattress set..
SName brand NEW in'plastie, factory
warrant i $195 850-425-8374.
* * *
BED solid wood cherry sleigh bed &
pillow ltp malnres 5cl All NEW in box.
AReiil -l1Jij SII .l 575. 85U-222-773-:

Bed, KIlrG Size name brand manress.
box w'warranrt rjNw ,n plastic 2'95 car,
deliver 850-222.2113
*' **.,......**


BR Set, Solid wood 7 pc queern.kng bed
mirror, 2 nightstands, crest avail. New in
boxes. can deliver. Reilal il5000 sell
$1400. Call 850-222-9879.


CARS & TRUCKS

F-150, 1991, 4x4. 5 s.pd wilh 302 needs
clutch and rear main seal igol pans newly
$2500 OBO Call Blake Smith at 379-8408


Western Star Semi, 2000 woil Detro:.l
-engine, 268;000 miles, lullI lIaded, 1991
reier Iraile. Call 850-762-3302. .


****** ****** .Cars for sale, Che, Ca.alier. 1998 -1
Lady's diamond cocktail ring, 30 Jr 4 .,1 A.': ..r r4.eeds lero-r, runr
diam, ',rhj 16)0 00 b I I,,aluclJ a31 Sij 5 l--l rir .rn ,,rl n lpp.nrg. =, ng I.50 .-
Call 674-11997 1990 Ford Taurus. 4 dri, 6'cyl.,: alO. runs.
great, needs bearing and hrub. asking $600
***** **** Call 482-8380 before 8pm


Enclosed trailer, 2005. 5 r 8. mini
corndlion tactory warranty. asking $1 850
0OBO. Call762-8945.
*****.***** ******
Swimming pool. used only 1 season, 24'
x 48 snap in liner fiber oplic lights $6000
new. askng $2500 OBO Call 762-8835
and leave a rres-sage

Yamaha XL 800 WaveRunner. 2001,
120 HP, 3 sealer In.:ludes Irailer cc.ver -
lubes. I knee board and 3 lde jackel-. Till
steering. ,djusilale Irim and revei.e
S4500. Call 850-899-1091.
S *** ** ** ****


M&W Self Storage

RENTALS

7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$20 10x10...$40
10x20...$80
"** NO DEPOSIT .*
CALL 272-0096 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8597


SERVICES

LAWN CARE SERVICE
Calhoun, Jackson & Liberty Counties'
Reasonable Rates
Dependable, Reasonable. Courteous,
Licensed & Insured Call 762-2520 or
email
wwwbusymowing.com
** *******
BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES!!
First Aid.'CPR w AED
Bi.cdblome Pathogens.HIV
To schedule your class call-
Crystal Newsome at 850-674-5730
Single Groups :
Our Facility or 'Yours
* *, *** *****.
Remodeling Painting Roof Repairs o
Water Well Service
Call Evan Guilford
850-762-3869 or 850-674-2515



STUMP GRINDING
Reasonable Rales Free Est imat
Call Chris Nissley"-. '

674-8081

LOST & FOUND

Lost Pug dog, tan and black, named
'Ladybug" disappeared from our yard in the
" Ocheesee area. This is a muchiloved
family dog and a large reward is offered:
'Call 674-3613 .or E899-0883 with any.
information and ask for Esther Stoltzfus.


*** *. *. **- *I*
Toyota 1989 4X4 $2500 Call64349-43

Ford Explorer SUV, 2004 Vi6, leather
seals Ilcd down Irnrd seal dr..er s side
power seal lit wheel, cruise corirol. Iron
& rear A'C running tjards. 6-di-c CD
crnancer liwng packa'te,. iw.'-ict'ne painl
PW PL allow .heeiS arid more Plernt, Cof
fac[ory warrant rrrm.aining. E'.:iellen
cc.ndilion. Call 674-3636 ti.r more ,nto

.''Ford F-150 pickup, 2003 V-6 super cab.
;pori XLT cloth ;nteror, till wheel, cruise
control AM. FM CD radio;. chrome wrreelis
F.lust see Call 674-3636 for m-:.r ;nfo

Pontiac Grand AM SC, 2002. V-6 4 dr
loaded new tires, 5-4 000 miles $9500
OBO Call 674.2350


TERRY
ENTERPRISES
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
PONDS
Licensed and Insured
Call for FREE Estimates
We Accept Major Credit Cards
MOBILE: 850-643-6142
850-674-4576


YARD SALE


Yard sale, 2 tamilie; Saiur.ia,', 8 0I0 a rn
12 n.:..o n LOI's 01 I Clo ing girls irl ar 7
,rs ladies., b.o,':s arnl rr n clEr I ,
hnusehlc.id rlernis Iowvels. s'r,-eeIs
comi.':rlers: poracn'r 2 Iwln maliresses
and much more Hwy 71 t 3 miles from
town. Look for signs. .!88,58 NW Bob
Guilford Rd. Call for directions, 674-7522.
'No early birds please.
****** *** *
Yard sale. Fr & Sat 7 00 a r unil 12
Nroon 11 h S S Biounr, tio.n,
i S.and,'-Vnite Builairngi Call 762-3915 orr
674-3 365 le, r and us.d tiern. IhCr :.ale
lurn iiur. cI1oiri-1 hc.ui ri,.,lJ g od iih Ii
equiprmeni.

Iard sale Sat., April 30 7:00 Eam. until 12
i-jon at 19735 NW Sutton Creek Dr.,
Blounisiowan (off 11th St.) Watrh lor signs
Lots I o idds and ends, Coca Cola
memorabtla, dining table and chairs, Coca
Cola signs, glasses, diecast cars, g.
selection of pocket knives Uncie Henry,
Case XY, Old Timer, several olrcers to
choose e Irom. Misc. .l,:,lhes ana linens


FOR RENT

RV Trailers for rent, $75 1- 80 week..
nmlosi utiiltis turrnshedC 2 bar Irailers when
a' .ailable Cal l .74-. )1 1
***** ** *******
For rent 2 br trailers semi-furnished,
no pets. 674--4011.
*. ,' * r 4r .+
Small house for rent, 1 bdr 1 bah,.
rer-enTI, remodeled extra clean on I12 acre
loi. 3 miles FJonrth Hwy 69 $375.mo, $400
dep Call 674.5-51 or 674-5059

-0o0
FOR RINT

T, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to live"
Rental Assistance

stton Creek' AparhiT
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown,FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDDITTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunily


HOMES FOR SALE

Home for sale by owner, 3 bdr 2 batlnh
2 car garage. 1500 sq h H/A. ranch slyl e.
home, located al 18287 Live Oak Lane
Heights subdivision of Blounislown
Landscaped and located in a great
neight.orhoo close to shopping and
schools. Call 674-3636 for more'
information and an appointment


REAL ESTATE


(2) residential lots on Johnson St.,
Blounistown. Both lots combined are 1'70 x
170. Owner is a licensed broker in ,
Georgia. $650d OBO'. Call .
1-770-309-5019 or 770-435-7575.
******** ***** ,
WANTED: Would like to purchase 5
acres or less in Kjnard or surrounding
areas. Please contact me at 647-5998 or
227-8363. If interested, could exchange
acreage in Jackson County.
**w ************* **-

Email us!

news@thecounvtrecord.net
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Fred's Appliance Repair

j Specializing in Refrigerators
Wall & Window Air Conditioners
i / Also Service, Repair and,
Build Computers

85-6 -7W1


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Sewing & Alterations
Dresses... $10
Jeans Hemmed...$4
Call 643-3542


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Boyd staffer visiting Thursday


A member of Congressman
Allen Boyd's (D-North Florida)
staff will be visiting Blountstown
on the fourth Thursday of every
month so the people 'of Calhoun
County have the opportunity to
personally discuss issues con-
cerning them.
SThe next scheduled visit is set
for Thursday, April 28, from
9:30am to 1l:00am CDT at the


Happy "3rd" Birthday!!
: Kyle and Kalab Skeen celebrat-
ed their 3rd birthday on April
1 9th. They are the sons of Preston
[ Manning and Micki Skeen. Their
Grandparents are Wanda and
Harmon Whitfield (Nana & Papa),
berry Skeen of Altha, Donnie Ray
Manning, ,Sue Ammons and
James Arrrnons of Blounlstown.
S They enjoy spending ime u'with
their Nana & Papa and their
cousins. Shae. Keri. Johnny Rae
S and Michelle.


Ronnie Smith enjoyed his
birthday April 2, with fishing trip
to Compass Lake where he out-
fished his father, Ronnie and uncle
Kyle Jones by catching this 4.5
pound bass. Happy birthday
Ronnie!!


Calhoun County Courthouse in
Blountstown.
Congressman Boyd's staff is
trained to assist constituents
with a variety of issues relating to
various federal agencies. It is
important to the Congressman
that his staff is available for those
who are not able to travel to
either his. Panama City or
Tallahassee offices.


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850,5261000 R 800,8)7,6868
LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED BY
JANET TRICKEY POOSER



4721 HIGHWAY 90 EAST MARIANNA, FL 32446



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Happy "6th" Birthday
Caleb Chason!!
Caleb celebrated his birthday
on April 30th He is the son of
Tommy and \\anda Chason of
ClarksL'ille. He enr!oys riding his
4-wheeler. deep sea fishing with
his dad and uncle Bob ard spend-
ing the night with his big sister.


Happy "8th" Birthday"
Alex Aultman!!
Love. Daddy, Danny.
Granny & Pa


Happy "70th" Birthday
PawPaw!
Curtis Grantham
April 28, 2005
S Love, John Austin



We iish to thank the church-
es, businesses. friends, and fam-
ily who helped to brighten our
days during our time of bereave-
nent of our mother, Mary C.
Monlyn. A sincere thanks for all
the acts of kindness as expressed
thrc'ugh resolutions. floral
arrangements, cards. memorials,
gifts, \isis,. calls, provisions, and
prayers which were inspirational
and uplifting to our family.
SThank You,
SThe lMonlvn Family

0Obits cont'd--
band; Loyd of Pensacola; thirteen
grandchildren and eleven great-
grandchildren. He is also sur-
-ived by his dog.of fifteen years,
Nluts%\.
Funeral sernlces for Mr. Hyde
were held Frida.. April 22,, 2005
at 'Hall Funeral Home in Altha.
memorialization. was by crema-
: tion:.
Hall Funeral Home in Altha
was in charge of the arrange-
ments. 850-762-3965.
^ '**:.* *'4* '. '


Happy "3rd" Birthday
Carson Bennett-Nathaniel
Hatchett!!
April 25, 2005
We Love You!
Mama, Marco. Devan &
Chosen


Happy "4th" Birthday
Hunter Clark!!
Hunter is the son r4 Kristy
Clark and Brad Clark o1
Blountstouw. His grandparents
are Eddie and Janet \'lliams of
Altha and Bobby and Ann Cark 1of
.Blountstowzn Great grandparents
are Pat Webb and the late I\:T.
Webb oJf Altha. Alice \\h1ite of
Blouiht'stouwn. the late Bud
Landnim and Opal Landrum of
Panama Cit,. Robert antd Mla
Clark of Blountstuun. \\i'lbur and
Hazel Williharms of tla.riannria.
Hunter celebrated his birthday
L'ith a John Deere theme parny on
Sunday. April 24th at Rocket
Lanes in Panama City with mitly
and friends.
He enjoys plauig his drums
and guitar riding his bike and
playing with John Deere tractors.



Lifters
proud of Bart and Lee for four
years of unbelievable .dedication
to me and this program. They are
.what our team has been bill on
and we will never replace them.
They have made a life-long mark
on BHS and people will talk
,about their accomplishments for
many years. I know I will never
forget what they have done for
me. I consider them as not only
my players;' but also my good
friends.
It is now .imne to take the rest
of these lifters and get ready for
next football season. Spnng prac -
tice begins May 2 and we are
ready to take the field. We will
end our spring on Friday, May
13, at 7:00 with a scrimmage at
Bowles field. Please come out and
support usi \Ve will also be ha -
iin a chicken cookout to raise
money for our summer programs
'on May 13. Please support our
Next team by purchasing a dinner
from one of our players. We hope
to -see you there.
GO TIGERS!!!!!!!!'


reg. or self-inking

Thtc l untt Rcaord


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Dear adsdei. Liberty & Calhoun Paying someone a $500i S600pr'ofit .'It LOAN UALUE, we make a smitrofit
Co esiilent .- :- on a $l 0,0o0 atootife;. -- .-: .Aet aeat' deal~ '.-:.* .-. ;: '
i,,\ e6 iears-aio roBtaiiied tiy. Forida flere's hat We've.done aa DirectAuftoli- _ti-estpart is'we hae familE'oi. the-'fot,
Dealer's License due o thiefryistration of five Wholesale:t- : NT IGT H PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE, .
sftoDW~ i'for a used car. Thtfotlowint three -All vehicles:are'priced at the"Loan -If you don't see the.car of your dreamths;in
.thjas made car shopping a bitheadache Value", which is the price credit unions and ,this ad, call us. We'll get You pre-ap'poued,
fp :i .t i banks will loan you on this vehicle.. :-te1yiu-what it wii.cost and buy if-for-u
.aiihifor te -best 'r .' ; We require N. DOWN PAY.MENT otf an ';, 'We-a-Ppreciate Powlre supporting us, Cie
favi tcopme oP with$200 to $3000 -of our vehicles. We can even helP. with-Yoi: by ot all.
for adorwn payment taxesifitle ahd ta i taxes and. tag nrost of the time. .









Pathfinder
SPathfinder We sell all of our cars at
Sunroof! Leather! Loaded! loan value so you dont
loan value so you don't
$ 289000 need a down payment!

Interest Rates
$0Down /60 Mos i/WAC as low as 4.25%


0 Down '02 Ford Ranger U Down '02 Honda Accord U Down '02 Mazda B3000
'251 /mo'Edge' X Cab. Low M.les! "327/mo Sunriol. VERY Low Miles! "249/mo V6 dual Sport, Lo Miles
rE"Ur t'-i


0 Down '03 Ford Expedition
423.mo Sunroof TV, DVD, Lealher


0 Down '99 Cadillac Escalade
'369/mo Its All Cadillac!"


SDown -02 Mitsubishi 0 Down '01 Jeep Wrangler
s289/mo Diamonte...Like New! s288/mo V6! Fun, Fun. Fun'


U Down '01 Honda Civic EX
21 0/mo 4 door. Sunroof


U Down '98 Grand Cherokee
I165/mo 4X4! Low Miles!!!


U Down '01 Honda Accord EX U Down '01 Suburban LT 0 Down '02 Sedona Minivan
1327/mo 4 door. V6. Low vMiles' -399/mo Leather' Sunroof, s272/mo Sunroof. Leather.


U Down '00 Acura 3.2TL
'299/mo Leather. Sunroof.


0 Down '01 Ford Crown Vic
""199/mo Great Full Slie Car


0 Down '03 Chevy Impala
'210/mo CD' Like rNew!


0 Down '00 Chevy Tahoe LT 0 Down '00 Chevy Silverado 0 Down '96 Lexus ES300 0 Down '01 Chevy S-10
$398/mo 3rd row seat, sunroof, Ithrl, 346/mo Z71 4X4 Must See! ~230/mo Sunroof, Leather, 67,000 mi. $210/mo Extended Cab!


Direct Automotive Wholesale
403W. Jefferson (Hwy 90) 3 Blocks West of Square in Quincy, Next to DollarGeneral Open Mon-Thurs 9 a.m.8 p.m.; riday 9-7; Sat 9 -6 p.m Closed.Sundays

Quincy 850-627-8448 Quincy


All Payments illustrated wilh Zero Down, 6 interest, 60 months, With Approved Credit


Family


Dentistry


DENTURE
LAB ON PREMISES
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines

Laban Bontrager, DMD

Family Dentistry

12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417


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