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May 18

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VOLUME 98 NO. 37 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E-mail news@thecountyrecord.net 500 (Including Tax)



"Chunky Sunday" issues



discussed at City meeting i
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by Kelli Peacock


Several angry residents from
the River Street area addressed
:the Blountstown City Council last
ITuesday night regarding what
-they believed to be police harass-
:ment during a "Chunky Sunday"
gathering. By meeting's end, a
peaceful resolution appeared to
-be forthcoming.
. Carrie Baker spoke on behalf
of citizens from the River Street
:community and alleged officers
from the Blountstown Police
-Department, Liberty County
,Sheriffs Office, and Florida
Highway Patrol were stopping
:every car with a black driver on
-Mother's Day during the Chunky
:Sunday festivities. Baker said the
:event, held often on Sunday
:afternoons at Cooper's Park, is a
-time for community members,
along with others from nearby
'towns, to get together, talk, and
listen to music. She said the fun
was interrupted when police set
*up roadblocks and began stop-
ping black drivers. She also stat-
ed the road to Cooper's Park had
been blocked from traffic.
Baker said she got involved
when her daughter told her she
had been stopped and the officer
asked for her drivers license,
along with her brother's who was
a passenger.
"What is all this for if you


State Rep.

election to be

held June 14

by Kelli Peacock


SA general election has been set
for June 14 to fill the House of
Representatives seat left vacant
by the recent death of David
Coley.
Two candidates have qualified
for the seat: Republican Marti
Coley, widow of the late represen-
tative, and Carl Joaquin Duncan,
a Democrat from Tallahassee.
Due to the fact there is only
one candidate from each party in
the race, there will be no primary
election.
Supervisor of Elections Margie
Laramore says all polls will open
at 7 a.m. June 14, closing at 7
p.m., with all Calhoun County
voting sites open.


haven't had any complaints?"
Baker asked the Council. "I
understand the police have all
the rights to ride around the
streets, but what is the reason for
the harassment? That's what it
came to be."
Baker advised she had con-
tacted the American Civil
Liberties Union (ACLU), alleging
that the police actions were racial
profiling. "They were telling white
folks, when they came down, to
go on by," Baker alleged, adding
that communitymembers began
videotaping the officers. "When
they realized they were being
videotaped, they checked drivers
licenses, but didn't do any other
checks. But every person of color
that came on River Street on
Sunday was stopped."
Baker asked the Council, "Do
you want a lawsuit filed against
you? The ACLU will see this
videotape and eat Blountstown
up. They will file a lawsuit against
this city because it was illegal."


Chief Glenn Kimbrel was out of
town and unable to attend the
meeting, however, Major Rodney
Smith, responded to Baker's alle-
gations. "One thing you said is
totally not true that we only
stopped black people," he stated.
'This was a safety checkpoint and
everybody was stopped. If they
had already been through once,
we let them go by."
Major Smith explained to the
Council that Chunky Sunday
didn't just start on Mother's Day
and problems had been escalat-
ing. "On the third' Sunday in
April, an estimated 300 people
were, there and they did okay
until dark and then there was a
lot of drinking going on, but not
any bad problems," he remarked.
"The next Sunday, it grew to an
estimated 600 and was okay until
after dark when they started
drinking, but not everybody, on
the park property. We didn't have
See BPD, page 11


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turning'



time!!

Calhoun County seniors are
wrapping up their high school
careers this week. Blountstown High
graduates accepted, their diplomas
Tuesday night in the BHS gymnasi-
um. Altha's Class of 2005 will turn
their tassels Thursday night in the
school gym at 7 p.m. Adult School
graduation was held Monday night at
the Civic Center. Above, a group of
BHS seniors strike a pose outside
the gym. At,right, two Altha seniors
head into Altha Church of God for
Baccalaureate Sunday afternoon.


Despite obstacles, Greenway



project continues to progress


BPD Officer Zach Barber leads Mario Faulk into the Calhoun County Jail
after his arrest on burglary charges Sunday night.



BPD nabs local man



accused of burglary


by Kelli Peacock


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Authorities caught up with a
Blountstown man on the run
from burglary charges Sunday
night.
Arrested was Mario Sanchez
Faulk, 25, charged with burglary
of a structure, grand theft, and
resisting arrest without violence.
According. to the Blountstown
Police Department, Faulk is a
suspect in an April 19 burglary of
a Lockwood Avenue home. Cpl.
Lee Langley responded to a 911
call from a woman's residence
just before 11:30 p.m. and
learned she had returned home
from work to find her house had
been burglarized.
Evidence revealed the burglar
gained entry by throwing a cinder
block through a window, then
used another block to climb
inside the bedroom belonging to
the woman's child.
Cpl. Langley discovered a tele-
vision in the middle of the living
room floor, minus a Playstation


and several games valued at an
estimated $300. Also missing was
a DVD player. The following day,
the woman noticed her jewelry
box was also gone.
A few days after the burglary,
Major Rodney Smith learned
Faulk had been trying to. sell the
stolen Playstation in the Boyd
Street area. He tracked Faulk
down on Lockwood Avenue and
talked to Faulk about the matter,
with Faulk reportedly stating he
would get the Playstation and call
him when he retrieved it. Major
Smith asked Faulk why he would
steal from a child and he alleged-
ly replied, "I don't know why I did
it, but I will get the stuff back."
When Faulk failed to contact
Maj. Smith and return the items,
a warrant was issued for his
arrest. Maj. Smith received a tip
from an informant May 3 advis-
ing he could get all the items
back taken in the burglary,
including several pieces of jewel-
See ARREST, page 2


by Kelli Peacock
Work on the Blountstown
Greenway is forging ahead, with
project coordinators tackling
roadblocks along the way.
At the Blountstown City
Council meeting last Tuesday
night, Harry Hagan, who is lead-
ing the charge for the 12 foot wide
path to run from the Apalachicola
River to Sam Atkins Park, gave an
update to Council members on
the project.
Hagan advised that thousands


have been saved thanks to local
prison crews. "We've been getting
help from inmates clearing the
property," he reported. He noted
that bids came in at $1.2 million,
but only $547,000 was available
for the Greenway, forcing project
organizers to get creative. "We've
saved $31,500 with inmate labor
so far."
Hagan also noted that the
Calhoun County Commission
agreed to his request to supply
free dirt for the project. Engineer
David Melvin advised this will


Main Street to replace


ad benches downtown


by Kelli Peacock
Main Street Chairman Tony
Shoemake brought an interesting
offer to the Blountstown City
Council last Tuesday night: ditch
the advertising benches scattered
around town and Main Street will
replace them with antique style
seating.
Several community members
have complained that the adver-
tising benches are unsightly and
Blountstown Main Street mem-
bers voted at their last meeting to
replace them with more quaint
benches that will compliment the
planned rivertown theme for
downtown.
"Some are just eyesores, some
are in the way and are a safety
issue," Shoemake pointed out to


council members.
Shoemake said Main Street
was willing to purchase new
benches for Magnolia Square and
use the ones currently in the
park around town to replace the
advertising benches.
Council members seemed
agreeable to the idea, but were
unsure about how to handle the
matter since the benches are on
the Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) right of
way. City Engineer David Melvin
from Jackson County said the
City of Marianna just tackled the
same dilemma with an ordinance.
Following discussion,
Shoemake agreed to check with
the City of Marianna to determine
how they handled the matter,
while Attorney David House
checks with FDOT for guidance.


help solve problems in low lying
areas. "One of the problems we
had, as you may have noticed
during the flood, was certain
areas were completely under
water. That was because we did-
n't have any dirt. We should now
be able to handle the trail in a
way that we should not have any
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Work continues on the Blountstown Greenway, a 12 foot wide path to run
from the Apalachicola River to Sam Atkins Park.


Greenway


low spots to effect it."
Audience member Carrie
Baker expressed concern over
elevating certain sites where
water already backs up. Hagan
advised proper drainage would be
provided.
Another dilemma for
Greenway project leaders is the
trail connection beneath R.uAIl
Bridge on Highway 20 East
across from Southern Express,
Melvin advised it would take
about $23,000 to link the area
with 1000 yards of dirt, but said
it could be subject to washout in
the event of another flood.
"I just don't know if I want to
see us spend $20 soinrthin
thousand dollars and it wash


Hagan said another option
would be to go behind KFC, to the
courthouse, Fannin Avenue, and
out to South Pear Street. "But I
don't think that's an option," he'
emphasized. "You'd almost be
stopping the trail."
Melvin said he and Hagan
would review various options and
report back to the Council.
Upon completion, the trail will
provide a paved path for bicy-
clists, walkers, joggers, and
rollerbladers to enjoy, along with
an equestrian trail alongside it.


Arrest


away, saiu Cou.IIncIIIIIman i
Tomlinson Jr. ry The informant ame through
Stand all the stolen property was
returned, to the owner.
jFaulk'remained at large until
Sunday night just after 6 p.m.
when BPD authorities patrolling
the River Street area received a
Letter to the Editor, tip that he was a couple blocks
Mr. Mayor Deason, over from them. When Faulk
In regards to the flea market spotted police, he took off run-
problem. There were 3 more on ning and was caught by Cpl. Fred
the lot and about 20: on Main St. Tanner on Lockwood Avenue fol-
up and down the road in town. If lowing a short foot pursuit.
this hd;.S..^ad4ess1aaR ~o.,,ked.ithehh
yourself why. If there were suffi- Calhoun unty and
cient jobs in Blountstown, people remained in custody at press
would not have to have yard sales time.
to make ends meet and the mer-
chants would be selling new -
items instead of flea market Business ow er
items. That seems to be what
most of the stores consist of. It is clarifies mention
more important to address a
lease law. .People would not be in Hiers, Bank trial
afraid to walk down your streets
for fear of being bitten. Clifford Newsome, owner
Mrs. Alice Bridges of North Florida


Letter to Editor,
Chief Kevin Parrish and the
Magnolia Volunteer Fire,
Department would like to express
their deepest gratitude to Ben
Hall and the Blountsto\n Fire
Department for giving us the
opportunity to' attend the
Firefighter I Course. The infor-
mation and training will benefit
our entire community.


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Construction. would like to
make it clear that he had no
knowledge his company's
financial statements were
being used in another busi-.
ness' loan application as
Alleged in the recent civil trial
between Jed Hiers and The
Bank.
Testimony in the case indi-
cated Hiers, the former presi-
dent of The Bank, had direct-
ed loan officer Regina Nobles
to use 'North Florida
Construction's financial
records for a $1 million loan
application being prepared
for GFA, a company owned by
Ben Watson .of Cordele,
Georgia. Watson has since
pled guilty to bank fraud in a
' federal court case.
Newsome had no idea 'his
company's information had
been used until he. read it in
The County Record's coverage
of the trial.


Chamber plans Enterprise

Zone workshop on June 16
The Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce announces
that an Enterprise Zone Workshop is scheduled for the June
membership meeting.
Janice Watson of the Apalachee Regional Planning Council
(ARPC) will make the presentation at the June 16th meeting.
The ARPC serves a nine-county region, which includes
Calhoun County in the areas of Land Use Planning and
Review, Emergency Management Planning, and Economic
Development. Ms. Watson works in the Economic
Development arm of the Council, specifically staffing the
revolving loan program. She will be presenting Information
about recent legislation in reference to the Calhoun County '
Enterprise Zone, as well as specific information on tax incen-
tives and rebates that local businesses in Calhoun County
may be eligible for because of this designation.
The meeting- is scheduled for Thursday, June 16, from
noon (12:00 p.m. CST) to 1:00 p.m. at the Calhoun County
Senior Citizens Center in Blountstown. Please RSVP to Senior
Citizens for a head count on food by June 14 via telephone
674-4163. For more information, please contact the Chamber
at 674-4519, fax (674-4962), or e-mail
ccchamber@fyahoo.com.


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Chamber of Commerce lunch


meeting Thursday at Sr. Center


The next Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce member-
ship lunch meeting is set for
Thursday, May 19, at noon at the
Calhoun County Senior Citizens
Center in Blountstown.
The speaker for the meeting is
confirmed as Catherine Kennedy,
Program Manager of the


Incumbent Worker Training (IWT)
Program for Workforce Florida,
Inc., a not-for-profit workforce
development organization that
provides policy, planning and
oversight at the state level.
Catherine's primary expertise
is in employee and client rela-
tions with an emphasis on career


management, as well as program
and contract monitoring, and
contract negotiations.
Please contact the Senior
Center at 674-4163 for reserva-
tions for lunch. For information
about the meeting, please call the
Chamber at (850) 674-4519 or e-
mail ccchamber@yahoo.com.


Prowant presents smoke detectors to classmates
Tyler Prowant, a seventh grader at Carr School, conducted a fire safety Power Point presentation to all Carr stu-
dents in grades Pre-K through 8 on Tuesday, May 10. As part of his Eagle Scout quest, Tyler also demonstrated the
proper installation of smoke detectors and presented each student with a smoke detector to take home. Carr School
students and faculty appreciate Tyler's concern for his community's welfare and wish him well in his endeavor to
become an Eagle Scout. Those helping with the program were (from left) Tom Aycock, Chris Terry, Quin Segers,
Tyler Prowant, and Todd Prowant.


Torreya Garden Club hosts


end of the year covered dish


"This can't be the County
Extension Building?" questioned
Torreya Garden Club members as
they gathered for the club's "end-
of-year" covered dish dinner
Monday, May 2, at 6:30 p.m.
Pres. Jessie Mae Price presided.
Hosts John Wood Ayers and
Mary Lou Holley had transformed
the room into a veritable garden.
The dining tables, covered with
white cloths were decorated in
deep purple including napkins,
eating utensils, and purple can-
dles glowing in lovely containers.
The buffet tables looked equal-
ly attractive filled with a colorful
variety of foods. To top them off,
John Wood had arranged vases of
gorgeous old-fashioned flowers
from his garden including roses,


poppies, snapdragons, etc. on the
buffet tables,
Alice Williford gave a lovely
Devotion, stressing "Life Is A
Miracle, and A Gift To Live It."
She closed with a prayer.
Then the attendees enjoyed
fabulous refreshments. Everyone
had done his/her best to prepare
a tasty dish for the event.
After dining, Pres. Price held a
brief business meeting. Dues for
2005-2006 were collected. Plans
were made for next year. She
announced the Library would
appreciate book donations -
cookbooks, health care books,
how-to-do books, etc., whatever
you'd like to give. Jessie Mae and
Mary Alice will attend the District
2 meeting in Panama City


Thursday.
In closing, Jessie Mae present-
ed each of her officers with a love-
ly bell from her "The Garden Bird
Bells" collection. She also gave a
bell to County Extension Director
Jessica Bowden, who will be the
club's president next year.
Congratulations, Jessica. We are
so happy you joined Torreya
Garden Club.
Last, John Wood presented
Jessie Mae with gifts from the
club members as a 'Thank You"
for her dedicated work. She
received a book, "1001 Gardening
Secrets" and a lovely figurine -
hummingbirds hovering over
beautiful flowers on a rosewood
base.
The next meeting will be in
September, details later.


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Retired educators remember


Geraldine Adams at meeting


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First case of EEE reported;


horse vaccinations urged


Florida Agriculture and
SConsumer Services
SCommissioner Charles H.
*'Bronson says this year's first
case of Eastern Equine
Encephalitis has been reported in
Union County and he is urging
horse owners to have their ani-
.nmals vaccinated against mosqui-
;to-borne illnesses.
The three-year-old horse was
-seen by a local veterinarian who
suspected Eastern Equine
SEncephalomyelitis (EEE). On
.; March 22, lab testing confirmed
,. the diagnosis of EEE. The testing
', also revealed an exposure to the
''" West Nile Virus (WNV), which
may have complicated the horse's
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condition.
"Horse owners have done a
good job in getting their animals
properly vaccinated over the past
few years and we have seen a sig-
nificant drop in the number of
equine WNV cases," Bronson
said. "But it is critical that we
don't become complacent.
Mosquito season is upon us and
the chances of contracting these
diseases have, of course,
increased. Horse owners are
reminded that their animals' vac-
cinations must be up to date,
including the necessary booster
shots."
In 2004, there were 48 report-
ed cases of EEE in horses and six
confirmed equine WNV cases.
That compares with nearly 500
reported WNV cases in 2002. A
vaccination against N\VTV became


available in the summer of 2001
and EEE vaccinations have been
around for years.
Bronson is also urging Florida
residents and visitors to take pre-
cautions against mosquito bites
to reduce the chance of contract-
ing mosquito-borne illnesses.
People are urged to avoid being
outdoors at dusk and dawn when
mosquitoes are most active and,
if they must be outside at those
times, to wear loose-fitting, long-
sleeve shirts and pants. People
are also urged to use mosquito
repellent containing DEET.
Residents should take steps to
eliminate mosquito breeding
grounds on their property by
removing standing water from
birdbathis, kiddie pools, old tires
and other items where water can
accumulate. .-


The Calhoun County Retired
Educators Association met May
6, at the Callahan Restaurant.
The devotion, the 24th Psalm,
was given by Rev. James Pelt who
led the group in the Pledge of
Allegiance following the devotion.
The program was a memorial
to the late Ms. Geraldine Adams
given by Ms. Jessie Mae Price.
Gerry and Jessie Mae taught
together and were good friends
for many years. The remem-
brances were thoughtful and
delightful and contained many
humorous anecdotes.
Gerry taught over 30 years in

Pancake and
sausage breakfast
at Lodge Saturday
There will be a Pancake &
Sausage Breakfast Saturday,
May 21, from 7:00 9:00 a.m. at
Dixie Lodge, 16th Street,
Blountstown.
For only $3.00 you can enjoy
ice cold orange juice, pancakes,
sausage and coffee until you've
satisfied your hunger.
Come early and enjoy fabulous
food and fellowship at Dixie
Lodge Saturday, May 21. See you
there!!

Nettle Ridge VFD
offering 150 free
smoke detectors
Nettle Ridge Volunteer Fire
Department will be distributing
approximately'150 smoke detec-
tors that were donated by the
Florida Fire Chiefs Association.
Local home owners in our dis-
trict are encouraged to come by
the fire department on Saturday,
May 21, from 8 am-12 pm. We are
limiting one smoke detector per
household until they are all gone.
The fire department is one mile
north of Blountstown on Gum
Street in Pine Island. If there are
any questions call Ricky Hires,
Fire Chief, at 674-7054.


Calhounr County, all of them at
Blountstown High School.
Coming here from the mid-west,
one of her favorite meats was
lamb, which was unavailable at
the grocery stores in the area for
many years. She liked to EAT
fish, but she didn't enjoy CATCH-
ING them. once, in the 8th
Grade, she assigned science pro-
jects, the most interesting of
which was a fully working
whiskey still which one student
brought to school.
Gerry was a good friend and
never revealed anything told in
confidence. She had a dry wit
and was always generous with
her time.


After Gerry's retirement, she
organized the Calhoun County
Retired Educators Association
which is still functioning. She is
remembered as a dedicated
teacher, wonderful friend, and
someone who is remembered
fondly to those who worked with
her.
After the memorial, the group
enjoyed a delicious lunch served
by the Callahan staff and Mr.
Wayne Martin. The luscious
desserts were brought by the
Informative and Protective
Services Committee.
After lunch, the group was dis-
missed.


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Four local men charged in case


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1: It's taken two months but
'Florida Fish and Wildlife
' Conservation Commission (FWC)
'I'aw enforcement officers have
, completed an investigation into
deer poaching in the Bristol and
Blountstown areas at the end of
the 2004-05 hunting season, and
, charged four local men with 22
misdemeanors.
7' Those arrested were:
John L. Godwin, 36, 10588
northwestt Keever St., Bristol,
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three charges of hunting with a
gun -and light, first degree misde-
meanor; one charge of shooting
from a public right of way, first
degree misdemeanor; four
charges of hunting from a right of
way, second degree misde-
meanor.
Bradley C. Bryant, 22,
10628 Peddie Rd., Bristol, four
charges of hunting with a gun
and light, first degree misde-
meanor; two charges of shooting
from a public right of way, first
degree misdemeanor; four
charges of taking or attempting to


Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD
g-q drl Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


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cCutchins facing
. additional lewd,


lascivious charges
A man accused of sexual battery on a
16-year-old boy in his care last week is
now facing additional charges.
Stephen Cutchins, 49, was charged
May 13 with lewd and lascivious molesta-
tion. Last week, The County Record
reported that Cutchins and his wife had
been arrested for alleged sexual battery
on a 16-year-old residing in their home.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Inv. Ken Futch learned
That a 15-year-old girl visiting the 16-year-
old boy at the Cutchins' home had
allegedly been touched inappropriately
during a four wheeler ride with Cutchins.
In an interview, the girl advised Cutchins
asked repeatedly to see her breasts.
Fearing that he wouldn't take her back
home, she said she lifted her shirt and bra
and alleged Cutchins touched one of her
breasts. She said he then took her back
home.
Cutchins remained in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail at press time.

Man accused, of
assaulting parents
arrested for battery
A Blountstown man was arrested May
14 for allegedly assaulting his parents.
Otis Lee Pennywell, Jr., 22, has been
charged with two counts of domestic bat-
tery.
SAccording to the Calhoun County
Sherrfis Office, Pennywell allegedly
began cursing his mother when she
asked him to clean his clothes off her bed
-.nd put triemaway. He'-allegedly struck
iE mother in the mouth with a closed fist,
Causing her lip to burst, then pushed her
down on the front porch. When his father
' tried to intervene, he allegedly struck him
in the mouth, causing him to fall and break
inme railing on their front porch. When his
i mother threw a vase and struck her son,
' he fled the house and went to the Sheriff's
Office, attempting to pursue charges
against his parents.
Pennywell remained in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail at press time.

R Routine traffic stop
i' leads to two arrests
i on marijuana charges
:j A faulty taillight led to the arrests of
Stwo men on drug charges Mav 10.
r Arrested were Michael A. Houder, 24,
"t and Matthew M. Mahoney, 23, charged
with possession of less than 20 grams of
i marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
According to the Calhoun County
SSheriff's Office, Dep. Mark Mallory pulled
Sthe vehicle over on SR 20 around 8:30
p.m. Wtfen the driver, Houder, appeared.
Nervous; Dep.'Mallory asked if there was
Anything illegal in the vehicle and he said
I there was not. However, K-9 Sam did an
Exterior sniff of the vehicle and gave a
positive alert to the presence of drugs on
the driver door. A search turned up a plas-
tic bag of marijuana in a CD case on the
Passenger side of the car. The driver
allegedly admitted it belonged to him. A
i pat down search of all occupants in the
1car led to the discovery of a marijuana
pipe on Mahoney. Upon further question-



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ing, Houder turned over more marijuana
in his shorts pocket, along with a pipe.
Both men were booked into the
Calhoun County Jail and released the fol-
lowing day after posting bond.

Traffic stop leads
to meth arrest
Friday in Altha
A traffic stop in Altha netted one arrest
on meth charges Friday.
According to the Calhoun County
-Sheriff's Office, Christopher Scott
Crutchfield, 25, was spotted riding in a
speeding car on CR 274 West by Deputy
Chris Porter. Knowing that Crutchfield
was wanted on an outstanding warrant,
he conducted a traffic stop and took
Crutchfield into custody. As he emptied
his pockets, a cigarette box in his shirt
pocket was found to contain a small plas-
tic bag of meth.
Crutchfield remained in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail at press time.

Woman arrested on
child abuse charges
after striking son
A Blountstown woman has been
charged with child abuse after witnesses
allege she struck her son in the face.
Samantha Ann Leach, 31, was taken
into custody Friday.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Leach's son and a friend
allegedly rode their bikes to a local flea
market where Leach found them. She
reportedly grabbed her son by the shoul-
der and slapped him across the face, then
told him to ride to his grandmother's
house. Later in the day, an argument
aiiegediy ensued and the child's uncle
reponedly anempied to intervene to keep
Leach liom sinking the child The boy
then fled on his bike and was spotted by
his friend who called authorities to report
the alleged battery.
Leach remained in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail at press time.

Altha High School
student arrested for
firearm on campus
An Altha High School student was
arrested May 9 for having a gun on cam-
pus.
Thomas Huckaby, 18, was charged
with possession of a firearm on school
property.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Deputy Michael Morris
learned from school officials that a student
had reported Huckaby and another boy
had been in an altercation over the week-
end and Huckaby had a firearm in the
glove box of his vehicle. Upon being
questioned by Dep. Morris, Huckaby
reportedly admitted to having a .22 caliber
pistol in his glove box. The gun was
retrieved and Huckaby was taken into
custody.
Huckaby was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and given a conditional
release the following day.


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take game from a right of way,
second degree misdemeanor.
Wayne Rogers, 39, P.O. Box
1124, Bristol, two charges of
hunting with a gun and light, first
degree misdemeanor.
Joseph A. Baggett, 27,
21577 NE Macedonia Church
Rd., Blountstown, one charge of
hunting with a gun and light, first
degree misdemeanor; one charge
of taking or attempting to take
game from a right of way, second
degree misdemeanor.
Northwest Region
Investigation Lieutenant Scott
Runkle said the four men are
charged with hunting and shoot-
ing deer from the Highway 20
bridge (Apalachicola River Bridge)
in Calhoun County near the
Apalachicola River, off Highway
12 north of Bristol on Nature
Conservancy lands, and near pri-
vate residences in and around
Bristol.
'This investigation began when
officers heard rumors that a tro-


phy deer had been shot from the
Apalachicola River Bridge. As the
investigation progressed, more
violations were uncovered, lead-
ing to the arrest of the four men,"
Runkle said. 'These guys had a
system worked out to avoid being
detected. They used three vehi-
cles, one to locate the deer, one to
shoot the deer and the third vehi-
cle was used for a look-out."
According to Runkle, the
investigation revealed at least
eight deer were shot illegally dur-
ing the last week of the hunting
season and some of the deer were
shot next to residences in and
around Bristol. If convicted the
four could face the loss of hunt-
ing privileges, fines and forfeiture
of all. equipment used in the
crimes.
A first degree misdemeanor is
punishable by up to a $1000 fine
and one year imprisonment. A
second degree misdemeanor is
punishable by up to a $500 fine
and 60 days incarceration.


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May 9: Thomas Huckaby, possession of a firearm on school property; Shelley
Dawson, transported in mental health hearing; Hector Simmons,
warrant/violation of probation; Timothy King, warrant/violation of probation;
Dallas Herring, DUI; Robert L. Fischer, warrant/violation of probation; J.D.
Owens, warrant/order of attachment
May 10: Michael A. Houder, possession of less than 20. grams of marijuana,
possession of drug paraphernalia; Matthew M. Mahoney, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia; Michele Gaido,
disorderly intoxication
May 12: Kilian F. Sieber, DUI
May 13: Stephen Cutchins, lewd and lascivious molestation; Chris Crutchfield,
failure to appear in court, possession of methamphetamine; Samantha A. Leach,
child abuse, violation of probation, warrantless arrest; Richard W. Whitehead,
disorderly conduct
May 14: Greg Lane Childs, driving while license suspended or revoked with
knowledge; Edmundo Vasquez-Rivas, no drivers license; Joseph Gortt, violation
of injunction; Otis Lee Pennywell, Jr., domestic violence, battery,
warrant/resisting arrest with violence
May 15: Steven Ray Nix, warrant/Bay Co., failure to pay fine, passing worthless
checks; Calvin Howard Hayes, warrant/battery, domestic violence; Mario
Sanchez Faulk, burglary of a structure, grand theft, resisting arrest without
violence

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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Cats fall to Rocky Bayou;




preparefor 2A next year


by Kelli Peacock

SThe Altha Wildcats wound up
an exciting season last week in
Sthe first round of regionals.
SThe Cats were defeated 9-1 by
private' school Rocky Bayou. "We
played at Okaloosa-Walton and it
was a great experience to play at
a' good field like that," Coach
Arthur Faurot remarks.
"Unfortunately, we came out on
the shallow end. We made five
errors that cost us. Even though,
realistically looking at it, they
were a better team than us, still
in baseball you've got a chance."
Altha was led at the plate by
Matt Maxwell, Gary Chew, and


by Jim McIntosh

In last week's Dixie Boys' base-
ball action the Blountstown
Collision's Marlins picked up a
win while dropping three games.
The following are summaries of
those games.

Piggly Wiggly (8) v. Blounts-
town Collision Marlins (1)
BLOUNTSTOWN, MAY 9 The
two Calhoun County teams met
on the diamond and Piggly Wiggly
pounded out 8 hits resulting in 8
runs to post an 8-1 win over the
Marlins (1-5).
'Piggly Wiggly wasted no time
in putting 4 runs on the board in
the top of the first inning. Then
they would add 1 in the second
inning, 2 in the third, and 1 in
the fourth.
The Marlins' lone,run came in
the bottom of the seventh inning
when Ethan Byler reached base
on a single and eventually scored.
Offensively, Byler who was 1
for 2 led the Marlins, Jake
Edenfield was 2 for 3 and Lance
Clemmons was 2 for 4.

Blountstown Collision Marlins
(2) v. Chattahoochee (13)
CHATTAHOOCHEE, MAY 10-
With three starters playing in
Altha High School baseball
team's regional quarterfinal
game, the Marlins (1-6) came on
the short end of a 13-2 score.
Jake Edenfield and Clayton
Smith scored the Marlins' runs in
the tope of the first inning.
Chattahoochee would plate all
their runs in the second and
third innings.

Piggly Wiggly (10) v. Blounts-
town Collision Marlins (7)
BLOUNTSTOWN, MAY 12 -
Piggly Wiggly ran their record to
5-0 over the Marlins (1-7) with a
10-7 win.
Piggly Wiggly posted 5 runs in
the first inning.
The Marlins' Mason Waldorff
reached first on a single and later
scored the only Marlins' run in
the first inning. In the second
inning, Jake Edenfield got on
base with a single, stole second,
and scored on Roger Grimes'
groundout.
Holding Piggly Wiggly scoreless
in the second through the fourth
innings, the Marlins rallied in the
third to take a 6-5 lead. Waldorff
got things started with a leadoff
single and he stole second base.
Clayton Smith reached second on
an error and Waldorff scored.
Then Andrew Chewning reached
first on a single. With one out
Lance Clemmons got in on the hit


Cale Chafin who were each 1 for
3, along with John Mark Peacock
who was 1 for 2.
"We executed fairly well, we
just made five errors and we just
couldn't overcome that," Coach
Faurot points out, adding, 'They
made one error and, obviously,
they're going to win the game.
Rocky Bayou went on to face
Aucilla Christian in the next
round and lost 8-0.
For the Cats, it was their last
game in Class 1A. "Next year, we
go up to 2A with Sneads and
Blountstown and we're looking
forward to that," says Coach
Faurot. "It's going to be very diffi-
cult for us to move up, but we're


parade with a single, scoring both
Smith and Chewning. Edenfield
brought Clemmons home by rip-
ping a double for the fourth run
of the inning.However, Piggly
Wiggly went back out in front in
the fifth inning by scoring 3 runs
and they sealed the win with two
more runs in the seventh inning.

Blountstown Collision (10) v.
Quincy Blue Jays (9)
QUINCY, MAY 13 Despite
jumping out to a 9-0 first inning
lead, the Marlins, (2-7) almost
blew that lead by committing a
season-high 13 errors but they
held on to secure a 10-9 win.
Clayton Smith ripped a sec-
ond-pitch single back up the mid-
dle. Josh McIntosh scored Smith
when he corkscrewed a line-drive
triple down the leftfield line. Both
Jake Edenfield and Ethan Byler
walked.
An error by Quincy's first
baseman allowed Andrew
Chewning to reach first and
McIntosh scored. Clint Corely
drew a walk, as did Chad Gates
that brought Edenfield home and
chased Quincy's starting pitcher
from the game.
With one out Tyler Daniels hit
a two-run single through the
right side of the infield that
scored Byler and Chewning.
Having batted through the order,
Smith got his second hit of the
game when he laced a double into
centerfield. Both Corley and
Gates crossed the plate on the
play. McIntosh reached first on
an error by Quincy's shortstop.
He took second and third on a
fielder's choice. A balk by
Quincy's relief pitcher allowed
McIntosh to score the ninth
Marlins' run of the inning.
Quincy would get a run back
in the bottom of the first inning
but they put a big -dent in the
Marlins' lead in the third inning.
They scored five runs off of four
hits, including a three-run in-
the-park homerun. The Blue
Jays would plate their eighth run
in the fifth inning.,
The Marlins' McIntosh led off
the top of the sixth inning with a
single. A groundout allowed
McIntosh to advance to second
and he went to third on a wild
pitch.

., Byler poked a single thorough
the right side to score McIntosh.
Quincy would post their final
two runs in the sixth inning but
the Marlins' second baseman
Tyler Daniels made sure that was
all the runs when he caught a

See MARLINS,-page 14


ready. We'll be mostly sopho-
mores and juniors, but we'll be
working hard in the weight room
and be ready for the next sea-
son."
The Cats ended the year with a
10-14 overall record.


Ironically, Lowe's Motor Speedway opened
its gates the same year, 1960, as Atlanta
Motor Speedway, now a sister track owned
by Speedway Motorsports, Inc. Not only
was the track unique in its design, the
track's founders, Bruton Smith and Curtis
Turner, made the announcement that the first event would be
600 miles in length. Today, it is the largest sports facility in the
Southeast and has over 167,000 permanent seats, including
121 executive suites, and capacity for nearly 50,000 spectators
in the infield area. The speedway was the first superspeedway
to host night racing in 1992. The inner perimeter road around
Lowe's Motor Speedway is named in honor of three-time
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series champion Darrell Waltrip.


Through May 15, 2005
2005 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1)Jimmie Johnson 1562
2) Greg Biffle 1521
3) Jeff Gordon 1438
4) Elliott Sadler 1413
5) Kurt Busch 1407
6) Tony Stewart 1397
7) Ryan Newman 1370
8) Kevin Harvick 1364
9) Jamie McMurray 1351
10) Mark Martin 1344

2005 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Carl Edwards 1797
2) Clint Bowyer 1617
3) Reed Sorenson 1526
4) Martin Truex, Jr. 1479
5) Ashton Lewis 1443
6) Kenny Wallace 1424
7) Denny Hamlin 1419
8) David Stremme 1386
9) Greg Biffle 1379
10) Jason Keller 1308


Who was the first driver to lead
every single lap of a super-
speedway race?
a) Fireball Roberts
b) Richard Petty
c) David Pearson
d) Benny Parsons
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karts, Jamie McMurray had already won four United
States Go-Kart Titles and the World Go-Karting
Championship in 1991, all by the age of 16. By 2003.
Jamie McMurray raced in the Nextel Cup full time win-
ning Rookie of the Year Honors. He eamed one Bud
Pole Award, five top fives and 13 top ten finishes. In
2004, Jamie McMurray earned a $1 million bonus at
the end of the season, having finished 11th in the
overall Chase for the Nextel Cup points standings. He
had 9 top fives, 23 top tens, three Busch Series wins
with three different teams and he tied the record for
the most consecutive wins at North Carolina by win-
ning his fourth Busch Series race there.
Driver's Highlights:
1 career win
2004: 23 top-10 finishes, 11th in points
2003: Finished 13th in points
2003: Rookie of the year
2002: Won UAW-GM 500 at Lowe's
2002: Finished 6th in Busch Series standings.

During the final lap of the 1976 Daytona 500,
Richard Petty and David Pearson were battling
side by side when they made contact with each
other. They both spun, hit the wall, and slid into
the tri-oval grass. All the other cars were very far
behind them. Pearson's car slowly crawled for
the finish line while Petty could not retire his
engine. Petty's crew came out to push the car
causing one of Nascar's most bizzare finishes.
Pearson beat Petty to the line and won the
Daytona 500.


Chevy American Revolution 400 Race Results Race Review .
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Kasey Kahne 1 1 Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 190/10 finally made the trip to Victory Larne by finishing 1.674 sec-
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Ryan Newman 2 3 Dodge ALLTEL 165/0 barely holding off Ryan Newman. "This whole race team
Kvle Busch 10 4 Chevrolet Kellogg's Star Wars 160/0 did a great job, the pit stops were unbelievable," Kahne


Kevin Harvick 7 5 Chevrolet
Greg Biffle 9 6 Ford
Elliott Sadler 5 7 Ford
Bobby Labonte 39 8 Chevrolet
Michael Waltrip' 23 9 Chevrolet
Jamie McMurray 17 10 Dodge

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The County Record, MAY 18, 2005, Page 7


Tigers are impressive in



spring scrimmage game


by Coach Bobby Johns
iThe 2005 Tiger football team
finished spring practice last
Friday night with a solid perfor-
mance at Bowles Field.
The most important part of the
evening is that we did not sustain
arxiy more injuries that will hurt
us in the long term. After losing
Josh Lee for 12 weeks with a bro-
ken leg, it was vital that we have
a good scrimmage without any
injuries.
Any time you divide teams on
our level, there is a loss of conti-
nuity and you split your talent
pool in half. Often times there are
some missed assignments and
you may look disorganized. The
most positive part of the night
was that although we did miss
some assignments, there was
very good effort on everyone's
part and the continuity on
offense was much better than
expected. We were playing sever-
al kids that were in their first full
scrimmage at new positions.
Many of these kids played very
well considering they only had
eight days of practice in pads.
On defense, our defensive end


corp looked very solid. Eric
O'bryan, Greg Meeks, Ricky
Sable, and Isaac Kent played
well. Corey Silcox, who is playing
linebacker for the first time, made
improvements from the beginning
of the Spring and will give us
good speed at his position.
Arsenio Ivory and Adam
Edwards, both playing new posi-
tions, had good nights as well.
Our defensive line starters, Chaz
Johns and Josh Savell looked
very good and tough to block.
Overall, the effort on defense was
very good, but we have many lit-
tle things to improve on before
next season kicks off.
Offensively, we looked much
improved from the beginning of
the spring. Michael Guilford
looked much more physical and
faster than last season. Our
returning running backs, Arsenio
Ivory, Chance Attaway, and Corey
Silcox looked very solid. Corey
had the best running perfor-
mance I have seen him have since
he has been in high school.
On the line, returning starters
Jarrod Phillips and Ricky Sable
played good, as did newcomers


Chaz Johns, Jerrod Waldron and
Josh Underwood. I would like to
commend Josh Savell, Isaac
Kent, and Wesley Petty for
marked improvements and good
effort this spring. Our receiving
group of John Lockhart, Titus
Overholt, Jacob Williams, and
Josh Lilly looked very athletic
and should help us to open up
our offensive attack next season.
Now that spring practice'is
over, we will take three weeks off
and begin our summer program.
This year's team knows where it
left off last season and that we
did not quite get the job done.
With a much tougher schedule
we will need a much better sum-
mer than we have ever had
before. We will practice all sum-
mer to correct the mistakes we
made this spring and work hard
in the weight room to get
stronger.
We would like to say how won-
derful the attendance was last
Friday night at the game and we
hope that excitement will follow
us into next season. Hope to see
all of you next fall. GO
TIGERS!!!!!!!


Both teams had good defensive efforts in the scrimmage Friday night.


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Saturday and Sunday, June 11
aBd 12. All proceeds from
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This will be a $6600 payout
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The County Record, MAY 18, 2005, Page 8


Neves, teachers participate



in PAEC program on change


Students in the Diversified Cooperative Training program at Blountstown High School are pictured with their sponsors from area
businesses who employed them this year. They are shown at the annual Employer-Employee Appreciation Luncheon held May 3
at Parramore's Too in Blountstown. PHOTO SUBMITTED


BHS collects toys for kids;



DCT hosts employer lunch


From Blountstown High School priceless and most beneficial to them Blountstown Police Department
before entering into their full-time employ- Blountstown Fire Departrment
'DCT Luncheon ment after graduation, passed out to community child
SThe Blountstown High Schools Special guests included: Mrs. Mary needed.
,hDiversified Cooperative Training sponsor Sue Neves-Superintendent, Mr. Greg This idea was a success, and
.',and students had their annual Employer- Jones General Supervisor, Mr. Ronnie feels it will be very helpful with th
-..,Tpirl,-,e, Appreciation Luncheon on May Hand-principal of BHS, Mr. Keith kids. FCCLA would like to thank
'.1 at Parramore's Too in Blountstown. The Summers- assistant principal of BHS, who participated in any way!
r purpose of this event was for the students Mrs. Sharon Leonard-McCrone-business --Allison
:and school officials to express their teacher of BHS, and Mrs. Deborah
:thanks and appreciation to the people of Perdue- DCT sponsor at BHS. FYI
our community for their genuine interest, After the meal, the DCT students June 6 Summer School begir
Patience, and employment of the DCT expressed the skills learned on their indi- June 11 ACT Test at Chipola
Students. vidual job and presented plaques to their June 6 to 16 Driver's Ed
Guests were greeted by Hostess employers. All DCT members, sponsors,
Amber Hobby and were signed in by and special guests had a very enjoyable.
SKristina Galloway. The introduction of the evening. --Courtney Bybee
guests and officers was given by Amy -CourtneyBybee
SDavis and followed by the welcome given CLA Ne
by BHS Principal Mr. Ronnie Hand. Blountstown High School's Chapter of
The businesses that employed stu- Blountstown High School's Chapter of
Sdents this school year included: Parker FCCLA has been busy collecting toys for
Industries-Jake Parker, McDonald's- small children who are discovered to be in
Yolanda Baker, Parramore's Too Amber bad situations.
iHobby, Pizza Hut-Terra Lindsey,. Piggly Throughout the past couple of weeks
Wiggly-Chris Wilson, Golden's Pharmacy there were several boxes placed in the
Amy Davis, Parthenon Healthcare office, library, and Mrs. Mears' room that
Kristina Galloway, and C&B Construction stuffed animals could be dropped in by
Jonathan Connelly. The skills and expe- students and faculty members. The
-*riences gained by these students are stuffed animals will be given to the





Engram earn

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j Ms. Brenda Engram a
Willie Engram are pro
announce the graduation
daughter Ms. Lemetris E
'9 : from Florida Agricultu
S,, Mechanical University.
Sf Engram, a 1998 gradu
S' Blountstown High School
conferred a Master's Dec
Social Work in Administrati
SLocals among Chipola Corrections grads Community Development
S FAMU in Tallahassee on Aj
Sixteen candidates recently completed the Basic Corrections Academy at 2005. A member of Phi
Chipola College. Graduates are, from left to right: (front) David Beall of National Social Work
SBascom, Derrick Bellamy of Greenwood, David Dubose of Grand Ridge, Society, National Socie
Yaivonda Fitzgerald of Quincy, Selina Gilmore of Altha, (middle) Joana Lee Collegiate Scholais and
'of Marianna, Eric Long of Bascom, Kendria McKay of Marianna, Kristie Work Association of Gr
SMoore of Quincy, Shella Motley of Geneva, AL, (back) Margena Myrick of Students, Ms. Engram gra
Marianna, Jeremy Proctor of Grand Ridge, Michael Ross of Bristol, James Summa Cum Laude. She
:Skipper of Westville, Melinda Sorrells of Bonifay and Teresa Thornton of granddaughter of Mr. an
Sothan, AL, Lonnie Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
Reed, and the late Mr. an
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Educational Consortium
The Panhandle Area
Educational Consortium (PAEC)
conference room was buzzing
April 26 when more than 75 dis-
trict administrators, including
principals, assistant principals,
reading coaches and a superin-
tendent, joined together to learn
how to better manage organiza-
tional change.
Under the guidance of Steve
Barkley, a nationally-recognized
leadership consultant, the atmos-
phere was fun, but the lessons
were serious: How do leaders
work with teams that have lead-
ers? Why is constant change
rewarding and renewing? What
resistance is likely? How do I
respond? What is/should be con-
stant during continual change?
How do I encourage "fierce and
crucial" conversations?
Shirley Eikeland, program
manager for LEADERSHIP PAEC,

Flanders on

Dean's List at

Palmer College
Jeremy Flanders, a 2001 grad-
uate of Altha School, has made
the Dean's List at Palmer College
of Chiropractic Florida,. in Port
Orange, FL, where he is a second-
quarter student.
To be eligible for the Dean's
List, a student must achieve a
minimum grade point average
(GPA) of 3.5 in all studies for the
quarter. The highest possible
GPA is 4.0.
Jeremy, the son of Linda and
Jeff Flanders of Altha, graduated
from Chipola Junior College in
2001 and took his chiropractic
prerequisites at Florida State
University. He expects to earn
his Doctor of Chiropractic degree
in April 2008.
Palmer College of Chiropractic
Florida, which opened in 2002, is
a branch campus of Palmer
College of Chiropractic,
Davenport, Iowa, the profession's
founding collegoi, ..-.j, o i..<.


said, 'The series was designed to
develop and enhance instruction-
al leadership. Previously, princi-
pals' emphasis was on the care of
the facility and buses and behav-
ior. While these remain important
pieces, administrators must now
go beyond that for student
achievement. Typically, princi-
pals in the most successful
schools have done this all along.
Now all principals must take the
instructional lead."
Another goal of the training
series was to assist reading
coaches and school administra-
tors in collaborating when
addressing student achievement
in reading. The latter two ses-
sions emphasized that partner-
ship.
Pat Suggs, PAEC project man-
ager for Reading First, said, 'The
requirements for No Child Left
Behind have pushed reading to


the forefront across the curricu-
lum. It is crucial that reading
coaches and instructional leaders
work together to implement
sound reading instruction prac-
tice throughout the school to pos-
itively impact student achieve-
ment."
For the last session, attendees
gathered in Chipley from the fol-
lowing Calhoun and Liberty
County schools: Blountstown
Elementary, Blountstown Middle,
District Office, Carr K-8, Liberty
County High and W.R. Tolar K-8.

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The County Record, MAY 18, 2005, Page 9


FLOW workshop planned May 23


Sby Kelli Peacock
A variety of citizens and local
leaders gathered at the
-Blountstown Public Library
SI r.ii.\ for tie second in a series
of Florida Leadership
0 )ppoluni(ti ,.-I-.,p.- (FLOW).
'The purpose? To create a vision
Sfor Calhoun County, develop
-,goals and ,.1, ci.,c- and begin
working toward a better future
fi our community.
j Everyone ltrie, elected officials
t t,-1 business owners to pastors
'and interested citizens took part
't the FLOW workshop, spon-
sored by the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce. Gary
Clark, Vice President of West
i',,,-.l E Electric, has been facili-
, :.i., the workshops.
-The lhinia that impressed me
most about the workshops was
Ii te level of participation from the
-community," Clark tells The


The next FLOW work-
shop is set for Monday,
May 23, from 11 a.m. to 1
p.Tm at the Blountstown
Library.

County Record. "When city,
county and school officials come
together with civic and communi-
ty leaders, a shared vision can be
developed. To my knowledge this
is the first such collaborative
effort among these leaders and
they are to be applauded for their
efforts."
The Chamber was designated
as the leadership team for the
mission with businesses and the
community as stakeholders. "Our
goal is to lay the foundation for
open communication and empha-
size the need for long range plan-
ning among the key decision


makers within the county," Clark
remarks. '"The first step is to
understand the need for econom-
ic development and to insure that
the participants agree on the
process."
By the end of the second work-
shop, those in attendance had
developed the following ideas:
Vision Statement: The
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce is a self-sustained
community portal; politically
empowered and dedicated to
enhancing the economic vitality
and quality of life of Calhoun
County.
Vision:
1. Being job creators
2. Being Self Sustained
3. Utilizing existing resources
4. Being aportal to the com-
munity
5. Being politically empowered,
have the ability to influence deci-
sions that affect us


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Post Office food drive nets 1200 pounds
The Blountstown Post Office was hauling more than mail Saturday when they took part in the annual food drive
sponsored, by the National Association of Letter Carriers, along with the National Local Rural Carriers. City carrier
Lynn Outlaw coordinated the local drive that brought in 1200 pounds of food donations from area residents. All the
collected items will go to the Gateway Baptist Church food bank to be distributed to families in need. Postmaster
Greg Tidwell extends his appreciation to Blountstown residents for supporting the drive. Pictured (from left) with all
the food donations are Greg Tidwell, Kristy Ward, Lynn Outlaw, Kelly Neel, Ben Yoder, and Rhonda Waldorff.


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Florida Statute
Chapter 775.21 titled
The Florida

Sexual Predator
Act
requires that persons
convicted of a
qualifying offense of
a sexual nature must
register with the
resident law
enforcement agency.
This chapter further
sets forth a
requirement for
public notification of
the identification and
address where the
offenders reside.
These listed offenders
have each registered
with addresses in
Calhoun County.

This information
provided as a public
service by the
Calhoun County
Sheriff's Department
David Tatum
Sheriff


6. Being a catalyst for positive
change
Mission Statement: The pur-
pose of the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce is to pro-
vide community leadership and
resources dedicated to support-
ing existing businesses, creating
new jobs, promoting our commu-
nity and enhancing education.
Mission:
1. Job Creation
2. Supporting existing busi-
nesses
3. Promote community
4. Job training, education sup-
port
5. Community resource,
enhance the community
6. Leadership
Threats: External factors that
could hinder Calhoun County
from achieving these goals
include
1. Leadership void: i.e. lack of
full-time Chamber staff
2. Dependence on government
jobs
3.Wage issues (new minimum
wage law; larger, more affluent
companies able to pay higher
wages drawing employees from
smaller business)
4. Unskilled workforce,
schools are doing less technical
training
5. Rising fuel costs
6. River (environmental pollu-
tion, lack of water)
Goals:
1. Become the Chamber of
Commerce of our vision state-
ment
2. Become a tourism destina-
tion
3. To market Calhoun County
internally and externally
4. To inspire community pride
within Calhoun County
5. Create economic opportuni-
ties for Calhoun County
6. Enhance Calhoun County's
image
7. Improve economic capacity
of Calhoun County
8. Build synergy and consen-
sus between community leaders,
government, the business com-
munity and education
"I would like to seea strategic
plan for Calhoun County that
identifies the essential elements
,for improving the county," says
Clark. 'The goals that the group
developed are right on target in
my opinion. By identifying the
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FL 32424-4909

22937 Nw Tatum Rd
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/ THE SPECIAL GENERAL ELECTION
IS SET FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2005.
NO PRIMARY ELECTION WILL BE HELD.


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20769 Ne Cedar St
Blountstown
FL 32424-4707

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Blountstown
FL 32424-1544

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Altha
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Blountstown
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Blountstown
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Recipes sought for cookbook


JOHN "J.Y." WIMBERLY
Mr. John "J.Y." Wimberly, 73,
of Sumatra, passed away
Tuesday, May 10, 2005, in
Panama City.
Mr. Wimberly was born in the
Alliance Community and had
lived in Sumatra since 1993. He
was retired from the St. Joe Paper
Mill after 42 years of service and
was a veteran of the Korean
Conflict serving in the US Army.
He was a member of the Sumatra
Baptist Church in Sumatra.
He is survived by his wife,
Marie Wimberly of Sumatra;
mother-in-law, Thelma Walker;
four sons, Michael Wimberly and
his wife, Karen, and Andy
Wimberly of Michigan, Charles
Wimberly and his wife, Carey, of
Macon, Georgia, and Wayne
Wimberly and his wife, Beulah, of
Wewahitchka; one daughter,
Anita Brown and her husband,
Jack, of Michigan; two stepsons,
Wayne Barfield and his wife,
Melynn, of Sumatra, and Toby
Barfield and his wife, Lynn, of
Crawfordville; one stepdaughter,
Cheryl Raffield and her husband,
" Ronnie, of Sumatra; one brother,
6 Junior Wimberly and his wife,
: -Virginia, of Pace; three sisters,
Evelyn Spivey and her husband,
SHerman, of Montgomery,
' Alabama, Joyce LaRock and hus-
band, Ed, of Curwensville,
Pennsylvania, and Ann Jackson
Sand husband, Roy, of Alliance; 27
j grandchildren; and three great
I grandchildren.
SFuneral services were held at
S11:00 AM EST Friday, May 13,
From the Sumatra Baptist Church
I with Reverend Sam Sullivan and
. Reverend Beau Cooksey officiat-
4, ing. Interment followed in the
SSumatra Cemetery.
: Adams Funeral Home was in
Charge of the arrangements, ph.
:674-5449 or online at
Swww.adamsfh.com.

JOHN M. MONCRIEF
Mr. John M. Moncrief, 63, of
;: Bristol, passed away Sunday,
SMay 15, 2005, in Panama City.
SA lifelong resident of Liberty
* County, Mr. Moncrief was an avid
Shunter and fisherman. He was a
; self employed carpenter. Mr.
Moncrief was of the Baptist faith


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God Communicates
through Godly People
Text: Pro. 15:22, Gal. 6:1&2,
Heb. 10:24 & 25, 2 Tim. 4:2-5
How does God speak? He spoke to
King David through Samuel. He spoke to
Cornelius through Peter. He spoke to me
through my granddaddy, Henry Kever.
I was a teenager and it was a very
busy time. I went to school, had a part-
time job, worked on daddy's farm, and
kept late nights studying for an FFA con-
test. One afternoon, I came home and
plopped down in a recliner with a sigh. I
was exhausted and overwhelmed.
Granddaddy was blind. He could not
take care of himself. He heard me come
in. He asked, "Ryan, is that you?"
I replied, "Yes sir, it's me."
He asked, "You've had a hard day?"
I said, "Yes sir, I sure am tired."
His voice quivered as he held back the
tears, "It sure must be nice to come home
tired after a hard day's work."
God spoke to me. I have been thank-
ful for hard work ever since.
God speaks through godly people. But
be careful. Most people are quick to offer
free advice and tell you what to do in any
situation. The problem is that most people
will offer advice without considering your
needs. Most of the time, it is not from
God.
But God sometimes sends a godly
person who loves you and wants to help
you find His will. This person will have a
word from God concerning you.
How do you know the difference? The
Holy Spirit will use that person's words to
penetrate your soul. You can always go
back and confirm it with God's Word. God
will never, ever send a person with advice
that violates His Word.
God still speaks today. Are you listen-
ing?
Ryan McDougald is a licensed,
ordained Free Will Baptist Minister host-
ing Bible study in the home. For more
information, call 674-6351.


and a member of the Lake Mystic
Baptist Church. He served our
country in the Vietnam War as a
Sgt. in the U.S. Army.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Milton and Zada
Moncrief.
Survivors include his wife,
Mary Moncrief of Bristol; one
daughter, Melissa O'Neal and her
husband, Lee, of the Mt. Pleasant
community; two sons, Cliff
Moncrief of Bristol and Terry
Moncrief of Spokane,
Washington; one sister, Marilyn
McCoy of Cairo, Georgia; and two
grandsons, John Douglas and
Eric Lee O'Neal.
Funeral services will be held at
11:00 A.M. EST Wednesday, May
18, from the Lake Mystic Baptist
Church in Bristol with the Rev.
Clyde Roberts officiating.
Interment will follow at the Lake
Mystic Cemetery.
Adams Funeral Home in
Bristol is in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 643-5410 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.

ORA VIRGINIA BAILEY
Mrs. Ora Virginia Bailey, 94, of
Crescent City, Florida, passed
away Thursday, May 12, in
Crescent City.
Mrs. Bailey was born in Gulf
County and had lived in Calhoun
County for most of her life before
moving to Crescent City. She was
a homemaker and a member of
the Abe Springs Pentecostal
Holiness Church near
Blountstown.
Survivors include one son,
Wallace Bailey and his wife,
Carolyn, of Pierson, Florida; two
grandchildren; five great grand-
children; and a host of extended
family members.
Funeral services were held at
10:00 AM Monday, May 16, from
the Adams Funeral Home Chapel
with Reverend Edgar Fuqua offi-
ciating. Interment followed in the
Cypress Creek Cemetery in
Kinard.
Adams Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com.

HELEN COX
Mrs. Helen Cox, 85, of
Marianna, passed away Tuesday,
May 17, 2005 at her home. She
wasborn in Glendale, FL and had
lived in Jackson County for
almost 60 years. .Mrs. Cox
earned her BA degree-from, the
Fl tndat St-itt College for Women
(now knovn as FSUI in 1924 and
was an educator for 31 years in
Jackson County, teaching home
economics and science. She was
an active member of the AARP,
Widowed Persons and the First
United Methodist Church
Quilters Club. Mrs. Cox was a
charter member of the Jackson
County Teachers Credit Union,
serving on the board for 30 years.
She was a member of the "Golden
Club" at First United Methodist
Church in Marianna, attending
actively over 50 years.
Survivors include: two sons:
William E. "Flip" Cox and his
wife, Mil of Chipley, Al Cox and
his wife, Linda of Marianna; two
daughters: Pam Paxton and her
husband, Jim of Dothan, Kim
Nance and her husband, Bill of
Valrico, FL; 10 grandchildren, 6
great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, William "Bill"
Edwin Cox, Jr., her parents,
Walter and Addie Henley, six
brothers and one sister.
The family will receive friends
Thursday, May 19th, from 6-8
p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church at. 2901
Caledonia Road in Marianna. In
lieu of flowers, the family request
donations be made in Helen's
memory to the First United
Methodist Church in Marianna,
The World War II Memorial Fund
or Covenant Hospice of
Marianna. The family plans a
private memorial service.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown is in charge of the
arrangements, 850-674-5449,
www.adamsfh.com.
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Covenant Hospice needs you
to peruse those old cookbooks,
magazine pages, and recipe cards
you've collected over the years for
your best culinary treasures.
They are collecting favorite family
recipes for a new fundraising
cookbook called "Forget Me Not II
- More of the Best. "
"Since our first cookbook sold
out so quickly last year, we decid-
ed to produce a second edition
with a new batch of time-honored
recipes," said Peggy Moore,
Branch Manager for Covenant
Hospice in Marianna.
Old, black and white family
photos are also needed to create a




Glisson Reunion
The 29th annual Glisson
Family Reunion and the 11th
Reunion of the 244th Port
Company of the 495th Battalion
will be held on Saturday, June 4,
at Sunland Environmental Park,
Marianna, FL. Everyone is invit-
ed to attend. Please bring your
favorite covered dish to share.
For more information you may
contact Jeannette Woodham at
850-592-2685 or Winton Glisson
at 863-533-4409.
Mears Reunion
The Annual 2005 Mears
Reunion will be held Saturday,
May 28th and Sunday, May 29,
at Sam Atkins park and the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement,
Blountstown.
On Saturday, bring your fish-
ing and sports gear and join us at
the west pavilion at 9:00 a.m. at
Sam Atkins Park. Please bring a
covered dish or meat of your
choice for the noon grill-out.
Drinks, ice and paper goods will
be furnished. Horses will be pro-
vided for afternoon horseback
riding.
We will meet commencing at
9:00 a.m. Sunday at the Frink
Gym in the Pioneer Settlement for
fellowship, hymn singing, and the
noon meal. In addition to your
favorite covered dish, please
bring photos, family stories and
Mears memorabilia to share with
others. Drinks, ice and paper
goods will be provided.
Since there will be no reunion
notice mail-out this year (Buddy
and Carol Mears are in process of
moving from Texas to Tennessee).
Local families are encouraged to
contact out-of-area relatives and
advise of dates, place, and times.
For more information, please
call 850-674-2485 or 850-674-
4144.

Creative
Christian Counseling
Pre-Marital Marital
Post-Divorce
SPersonal Preference Profile
Personality Assessment
*Pre-Counseling Inventory
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND
OR APPOINTMENT CALL
Dr. Paul Joyner
850-674-2633


collage design for the cookbook's
cover. Please submit photos with
your name, address and phone
number on the back of each to
ensure their safe return. Not all
photos will be used due to space
constraints.
Recipe submission forms may
be picked up at Covenant
Hospice at 4440 Lafayette Street
in Marianna or call 482-8520 or
(888) 817-2191. You may also
type your recipes directly online
at www.typensave.com. Use
group login "mariannacooks",
password "2seba". Photos must
be submitted by June 3.
Submission deadline for recipes


Blountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


Sunday Services
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:30 PM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM


Hwy. 20 West
13th Street
Blountstown, FL
850-674-4331


is June 10.
Cookbooks will be published
before the Christmas holidays,
and proceeds will help Covenant

Gospel sing planned
Saturday in Telogia

A gospel sing featuring "The
Chosen" of Marianna, FL will be
held at Telogia Assembly of God
Church on Saturday, May 21st at
7:00 p.m. The pastor and con-
gregation invites everyone to
attend. The church is located 2
miles south of Hosford on Hwy.
65 South.


Hospice care for patients wfth
life-limiting illnesses in Jackson,
Holmes, Washington and
Calhoun counties.

Southside Assembly toi
sponsor car wash Sat.I
Southside Assembly of (d
Church" next to Eddie Faircloth
Septic Co., Hwy. 71 south :is
sponsoring a car wash Mav 21 ,:to
help send children to Christan
Youth Camp. Please come and
support these youth. For m r*e
information call 674-8884 tor
674-5010.


Remembrance Celebration set Gateway Baptist hostik g
benefit cookout June


On Sunday, May 22, 2005 at
2:00 p.m. Covenant Hospice will
host a non-denominational
"Remembrance Celebration" at
Eastside Baptist Church located
at 4785 Hwy. 90 in Marianna.
This special service will give fam-
ilies and friends of former


Keep God

n Your Heart
by Rev. R. W. Waterman

Paul's Testimony
I Corinthians 15:20
Jesus resurrection is the cornerstone
of the Christian faith. It confirms what He
said and who He is. If you eliminate that
fact, everything else crumbles. If you
establish that fact, everything, else
endures.
Someone has said that death is the
ultimate statistic: Ten out of ten dies.
That's telling it like it is. The real question
is What then? This is not a new question.
It has stabbed the heart of man since the
first grave was dug into the soil of this
earth.
Job asked, "If a man dies, shall he live
again?" Job 14:14. The answer from his
heart was prophetic of the grand truth to
which Paul would testify centuries later,
for Job said "For I'know that my redeemer
liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter
day" Job 19:25.
I Corinthians 15 is a Christian's great
declaration about life and immortality.
Because of Adams sin, death comes to all
v.22. But because of Christ's atoning
death and miraculous resurrection, eter-
nal life may be received by all v.22. His
resurrection is the guarantee of our resur-
rection v.20.
In the daily grind of life, it is reassuring
to know where we are going. Someone
put it this way 'Christ has gone to: pre-
pare a place for His own, and in the
meantime He is preparing His own for that
place." May you and I live for Him today
so that we may live with Him forever. So
be it Lord, so be it.


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CEMETERY ENGRAVING
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Hospice patients as well as the
entire community an opportunity
to honor and celebrate the lives of
their loved ones. It will also
include a candlelighting celebra-
tion and words of inspiration.
The service will last about an
hour with a reception immediate-
ly following. The celebration is
open to the entire community.
Please come and be a part of this
memorable time of remem-
brances.
For more information, please
contact Dana Morris at 482-8520
or (888) 817-2191.


A Benefit Cookout, sponsored
by Gateway Baptist Church vill
be held Friday, June 3, beginning
at 11:00 a.m. Plates will consist
of grilled chicken with sides for a
$5.00 donation. Plates can 'be
picked up at the church and pro-
ceeds will go toward to
Benevolent Fund.

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WORSHIP SERVICE:

%aS SUNDAY
c0 o I IYuncU 8:00AM & 10:30 PM

19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5747 email' info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: www.rivertownchurch.info


S Meaningful Bible Study.........................9:45 AM. M M issioy
Exciting Worship................................11:00 AM St. M ary Missionary
Bible Study & Worship........................6:00 PM Ba st Chu c
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM Bapt C ur
Pastor Tom Stallworth 16345 SE River Street. Blountstown. FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20 850-674-8716
and Main Street in Blountstown
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Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ


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


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


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Prayer and Bible Stuay Wednesday o.-6:0 P
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM



SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
S 15164 SR 71 South, blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:D0 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00M wwwtappscom/southsie/
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School
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strengths and weaknesses, the
group was able to formulate sev-
eral goals that foster controlled
growth, encourage economic
prosperity and stimulate commu-
nity pride. These are the type of
initiatives that build better com-


The County Record, MAY 18, 2005, Page 11


,David Coley Scholarship established
The Jackson County Republican Executive Committee has made the lead donation of $1,000 to establish the
David Coley Memorial Scholarship at Chipola College. Pictured from left, are: Homer Hirt, Chipola Foundation direc-
:,tor Julie Fuqua, Marti Coley, Sharon Mitchell, Gina Stuart and Bert Benoit.


Tree Assistance Program will


!hold signups through May 31


From USDA, Calhoun-Liberty-
SGulf-Franklin FSA County Ofc.
:,
; May 13-May 31st marks the
Send of the sign-up period for the
. Tree Assistance Program (TAP)
that began Feb. 7, announced
SFSA Calhoun-Liberty-Gulf-
Franklin County Executive
SDirector Charles H. Golden. TAP
provides financial relief to owners
of eligible trees, bushes, vines
; and forestland damaged by nat-
ural disasters.
A TAP is the first of several pro-
grams to be launched in 2005 to
help producers recover from nat-
. ura] disasters that occurred in
' 2003 and 2004. Owners of eligi-
ble trees, bushes and vines from
which an annual crop is pro-
duced for commercial purposes
and eligible forestland owners
Swho produce crops of timber for
commercial purposes may receive
assistance under TAP.
TAP for Forest Timber
1*


Producers
The 2005 Appropriations Act
authorized $15 million for assis-
tance to eligible producers who
meet all requirements and pro-
duce periodic crops of forest tim-
ber for commercial use, and who
suffered timber losses or damage
during the period beginning Dec.
1, 2003, and ending Dec. 31,
2004. If all eligible claims filed
during the application period are
greater than the available funds,
benefits will be prorated.
Disaster Assistance for
Pecan Trees
The 2005 Appropriations Act
authorized $8.5 millioninn TAP
assistance for producers who suf-
fered crop damage to pecan trees.
The funds will reimburse produc-
ers for pruning, rehabilitation
and other related costs. Pecan
producers must be located in a
presidentially declared disaster
county that suffered hurricane or
tropical storm-related tree losses


related to the 2004 hurricane
season. If all eligible claims filed
during the application period are
greater than the available funds,
benefits will be prorated.
For more information, or to
apply for TAP assistance, tree
owners should contact the FSA
staff at their county FSA office or
USDA Service Center at 850-674-
8388 prior to the May 31st TAP
sign-up deadline. Additional TAP
information,is available on FSA's
Web site at: http://www.
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alcohol ordinance on county
property]."
Maj. Smith continued, stating
that the first weekend in May was
when the biggest problem
occurred. "It really got out of
hand," he said. 'There was a big
fight between the Hugh Creek
boys and some boys from
Gadsden County. Columbus
Jackson had to help us separate
them. There were girls and guys
fighting."
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that the Hugh Creek boys were
going to get the Gadsden County
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pared. 'That's why we were down
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explained. "We had advertised
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it wouldn't be so funny then."
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munity members could man the
crowd and handle any problems
that came up.
"Our main concern is safety,"
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Mayor Winston Deason sug-
gested setting up a committee of
Chunky Sunday participants to
meet with Blountstown police
officials and come to a solution.
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to sit down and find out what's
going on, when it's going to occur,
and what can be worked out," he
stated. "We're not going to please
everybody, but we can come to an
agreement on how we're going to
handle this situation."
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form a committee and meet with
BPD Chief Kimbrel and Major
Smith to work out Chunky
Sunday issues.


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Regular Session
April 12, 2005, 6 p.m.

The City Council, City of Blountstown,
County of Calhoun, State of Florida, met
in Regular Session on Tuesday, April 12,
2005 at 6:00 P.M. at the City Council
meeting room with the following members
of the City Council present: Mayor R.W.
Deason, Councilwoman Janie Boyd,
Councilman Clifford Jackson, Councilman
John Tomlinson and Councilman Steve
Bailey.
Also present were City
Manager/Engineer Jimmy Hand, Police
Chief Glenn Kimbrel and City Attorney
David House.
Others present included Cissy
Barfield, Tom Conley, James Griffin,
Dowling Parrish, Harry Hagan, Ben Hall,
David Blair, Marc Tomlinson, Kim Tanner,
Jonathan Kimbrel, Charles Sherrod,
Redney Smith, Kelli Peacock, Doris
Traylor, Tony Shoemake, and Geri Griffin.
Mayor Deason called the meeting to
order at 6:00 P.M.
SCouncilman Jackson led the invoca-
tion and the City Manager/Engineer,
Jifrimy Hand led the Pledge of Allegiance.
SThe following minutes were presented
to:the Council for their approval: Regular
Session March 8, 2005. Councilman
Tomlinson moved to accept the minutes
as presented. Councilwoman Boyd sec-
onded the motion. The motion carried.
.Next was the discussion of monthly
bils through March 31, 2005.
Councilman Tomlinson moved to pay the


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
*NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts land
4e., Inc., the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. The certificate number and
year of Issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 82 Year of Issuance: 2002
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Lots 2, 3, &
,4, Block 3. McClellan's subdivision to the Town
of Blountstown, Florida and being a part of the
Northeast 1/4 of Section 32, Township 1
North, Range 8 West.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Jerry
Merglewski, c/o Virginia Merglewski, HC 1,
B(x 1220, Tecumseh, MI 65760.
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
slhall be redeemed according to law the
property described in such certificate shall be
SOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
ddor on the 7th day of July, 2005, at 10:00
A.)M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
SCALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
May 18, 25; June 1, 8, 2005


2005 CDBG PAVING PROJECT
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROJECT # 14.086
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
.The Calhoun County Board of Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from any qualified
person, company or corporation interested in
constructing the following project.
2005 CDBG PAVING PROJECT
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Plans and specifications can be obtained at
Preble-Rish, Inc. 324 Marina Drive, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. The bid
must conform to Section 287.133(3) Florida
Statutes, on public entity crimes.
Completion date for this project will be 120
days from the date of the Notice to Proceed
presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to complete
the project on the specified date will be set at
$500.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid
is for.
Bids will be received until 1:30 P.M. (CDT).
on June 7.'2005. at the Calhoun County
Clerk's Office, Calhoun County Courthouse,
,20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130,
Blountstown, Florida 32424, and will be
opened and read aloud on June 7. 2005 at
2C00 P.M. (CDT),
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
5b1.00 per set and Is non-refundable. Checks
should be made payable to PREBLE-RISH, INC.
The Board of County Commissioners reserves
the right to waive informalities in any bid, to
accept and/or reject any or all bids, and to
accept the bid that in their Judgment will be in
the best interest of Calhoun County.
A pre-bid meeting will be held at 9:00 AM
(CDT) on May 31, 2005 at the Calhoun County
Emergency Operations Center (EOC), located
in the basement of the Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room
G-35, Blountstown, Florida 32424.
If you have any questions,, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
May 18, 25, 2005


CHARLIE ANDERS DITCH EWP D.S.R.
CA-011I
PROJECT # 14.090
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from any qualified
person, company or corporation Interested in
constructing the following project.
,CHARLIE ANDERS DITCH EWP D.S.R.
CA-011I
Plans and specifications can be obtained at
Preble-Rish, Inc. 324 Marina Drive, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. The bid
mtst conform to Section 287.133(3) Florida
Statutes, on public entity crimes.
Completion date for this project vill be 20
da from the date of the Notice to Proceed
presented to the successful bidder.
liquidated damages for failure to complete
the project on the specified date will be set at
$500.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid
is for.
Bids. will be received until 1:30 P.M. ICDT1.
on June 7 2005. at the Calhoun County
Clerk's Office, Calhoun County Courthouse,
20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130,
ilountstown. Florida 32424,. and will be
opened and read aloud on June 7. 2005. at
2:QO P.M. (CDT),
.Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
$2L.0 per set and Is non-refundable. Checks
should be made payable to PREBLE-RISH, INC.
the Board of County Commissioners reserves
the right to waive informalities in any bid, to
accept and/or reject any or all bids, and to
accept the bid that in their Judgment will be In
th4 best interest of Calhoun County.
A, pre-bid meeting will be held at 9:15 AM
(CT) on May 31, 2005 .at the Calhoun County
Emergency Operations Center (EOC), located
In, the basement of the Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room
G-85, Blountstown, Florida 32424.
'If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
May 18, 25, 2005


monthly bills. Councilman Jackson sec-
onded the motion. The motion carried.
The following were added to the open
agenda: James Griffin and David Blair.
Mr. James Griffin addressed the
Council concerning the fence at the train
park. Mr. Griffin felt the fence at the train
park should not have been taken down.
Mr. Griffin is concerned of the liability for
the City with the fence being down.
The City Attorney held the 1st reading
of Ordinance 2005-02. AN ORDINANCE
OF THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN,
FLORIDA; PURPOSE; RATES; SEVER-
ABILITY; CONFLICT WITH OTHER
LAWS; EFFECTIVE DATE; AUTHORITY.
The 2nd and final reading will be held at
the May 10, 2005 regular Council meet-
ing.

David Blair addressed the Council
concerning the use of "Jack Brakes" in the
City of Blountstown. Mr. Blair is request-
ing an ordinance for "Jack Brakes" in the
City of Blountstown. The City Attorney.will
look into this item and address, it at the
next regular Council meeting.
Tony Shoemake informed the Council
that Main Street is in the process of being
active on a state level in a couple of
weeks. Mr. Shoemake requested the City
Council to appoint someone to represent
the City at the Main Street meetings.
Councilman Tomlinson made a motion to
appoint the Mayor as the City's represen-
tative. Councilman Bailey seconded the
motion. The motion carried.
lNext nn tho Aennda was Mr TPrrell


Legal notice deadline

is Monday at noon






PUBLIC NOTICE
The annual Information Return form, 99PF of
the W.T. Neal Civic, Inc. is available for public
inspection at 17773 N. Pear St.,
Blountstown. Florida 32424.
MAY 18, 2005




Anyone having claims against the estate of
the late Maggie Ellis of Hosford, FL please
contact Garvin Bowden, Atty at Law,
850-385-0070.


LEGAL NOTICEl^


SThe Calhoun County School Board
proposes to amend its policies for the
Calhoun Coui'fyT.Stiools as follows:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
CHAPTER 6.00-PERSONNEL
Addition (Underlined):
6.912 Terminal Pay
1) The School Board will pay each teacher,
principal, supervisor or Superintendent at the
time of retirement, or at the time of
termination from the Deferred Retirement
Option Program (DROP), of fis/her accrued
sick leave days at his/her current rate of pay.
Only sick leave days earned in Calhoun
County, Florida will be considered in
determining terminal pay. For employees
other than Instructional staff or educational
support employees sick leave accrued after
June 30 2004 shall be compensated at no
more than the daily rate of pay applicable at
the time the sick leave as earned
Statutory Authority: F.S. 1001.41, F.S.
1001.42
Laws Implemented: F.S. 1012.61 (5)
Economic Impact: Unknown
A hearing will be held on the above
amendment In the Courthouse in Blountstown,.
Florida at the regular School Board meeting
beginning at 5:00 P.M., C.D.T. on Thursday,
June 16, 2005.
Timothy G. Smith, Chairman
Calhoun County School Board
ATTEST:
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools




STAFFORD CREEK DEBRIS REMOVAL EWP -
D.S.R. CA-0121
PROJECT # 14.093
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from any qualified
person, company or corporation interested in
constructing this project.
STAFFORD CREEK DEBRIS REMOVAL EWP -
D.S.R.
CA-0121
Plans and specifications can be obtained at,
Preble-Rlsh, Inc. 324 Marina Drive, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. The bid
must conform, to Section 287.133(3) Florida
Statutes, on public entity crimes.
Completion date for this project will be 90
days from the date of the Notice to Proceed
presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to complete
the project on the specified date will be set at
$500.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid
is for.
Bids will be received until 1:30 P.M. (CDT),
on Tuesday, June 7. 2005, at the Calhoun
County Clerk's Office, Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room
130, .Blountstown, Florida 32424, and will be
opened and read aloud on June 7. 2005. at
2:00 P.M. (CDT),
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
28.00 per set and Is non-refundable. Checks
should be made payable to PREBLE-RISH, INC.
The Board of County Commissioners reserves
the right to Waive Informalities in any bid, to
accept and/or reject any or all bids, and to
accept the bid that in their Judgment will be in
the best Interest of C-lhoun County.
SA pre-bid meeting will be held at 9:30 AM
(CDT) on May 31, 2005 at the Calhoun County
Emergency Operations Center (EOC), located
In the basement of the Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room
G-35, Blountstown, Florida 32424.
If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
May 11, 18, 2005


Legal Notices

Deadline Noon Monday


Yon. Mr. Yon was not present. The Police
Chief stated Mr. Yon had agreed to allow
the Police Department to try to handle the
traffic on Fannin Ave.
There was a brief discussion on the
Ramsey property on Central Ave. East
(old Piggly Wiggly grocery store). Cissy
Barfield informed the Council the asking
price for the building is $265,000.00. No
action was taken on this item.
The City Manager/Engineer briefly
spoke with the Council about flashing
lights at some of the 3 and 4 way stops in
the City of Blountstown. After a brief dis-
cussion, no action was taken on this item.
The City Manager/Engineer briefly
spoke to the Council concerning the City
Council meeting dates. The Council
meetings according to the City code are
supposed to be held on the second
Tuesday following the first Saturday of
every month. It was the consensus of the
Council to start holding the meeting
according to the code. This will become
effective starting in June.
Tom Connelly addressed the Council
concerning the City's insurance coverage.
Mr. Connelly answered several questions
for the City Council. The Council had pre-
viously requested that Mr. Connelly
address the council' representing the
Florida League of Cities Insurance.
Next, the City Manager/Engineer
addressed the Council concerning a letter
from F.G.U. regarding SFTS conversion.


The City Manager/Engineer read the let-
ter to the Council. After a brief discussion,
Councilman Tomlinson made a motion for
the City Mayor to sign the letter regarding
the F.G.U. SFTS conversion, subject to
the City Attorney. Councilman Bailey sec-
onded the motion. The motion carried.
Councilman Bailey requested the
amnesty ad to run in the paper again stat-
ing when the amnesty items will be picked
up,
The Assistant City Manager updated
the Council on Mrs. Harpool's situation
concerning the drainage off her property.
The City Manager/Engineer has spoken
with Mrs. Harpool and give her some sug-
gestions on how to help with the drainage
on her property.
Councilman Bailey addressed the
Council concerning the salary for Hank
Nichols. Councilman Bailey feels Hank
should receive the money the previous
Street Department Supervisor was receiv-
ing for acting supervisor. Councilman
Bailey made a motion to give Hank a
$2,000.00 annual. salary raise.
Councilwoman Boyd seconded the
motion. The motion carried. The pay will
become effective tomorrow (04-13-05).
The City Manager/Engineer com-
mended all the City employees for good
job performance during the flood.
The Mayor stated that he would like to
see the Personnel Policy completed. The
Mayor also requested the permitting


I LEGL NOTICE


process for the street light project on Hwy
69 and N. Main Street. It was the con-
census of the Council to start the permit-
ting process. The Mayor would also like
to see a caution light at Charlie Johns
Street and Angle Street. No action was
taken on this item at this time.
The City Attorney briefly updated the
Council on the Bright House Pole
Attachment Agreement. Bright House
would like a 10-year Pole Attachment
Agreement. After a' brief discussion,
Councilman Bailey made a motion to go
forward with the 10-year pole attachment
agreement. Councilman Tomlinson sec-
onded the motion. The motion carried.
The City Attorney held the first reading
of Ordinance 2005-03. AN ORDINANCE
GRANTING A FRANCHISE TO G.T.
COM, INC. OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAIN-
TAIN A TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYS-
TEM AND LINES CONNECTED THERE-
WITH. The second and final reading will
be held at the May 10, 2005 Regular
Council meeting.
The City Attorney addressed the
Council concerning the Pole Attachment
Agreement with GT Con. The City
Attorney recommended a 10-year agree-
ment with GT Com. After a brief discus-
sion the Attorney will present the agree-
ment to the Council at the May 10, 2005
Regular Council meeting.
Councilwoman Boyd questioned why


nothing is being done about the building
of a Police Department. Councilman
Bailey made a motion to advertise for
architectural services. Councilwoman
Boyd seconded the motion. The motion
carried.
Police Chief Glenn Kimbrel addressed
the Council on behalf of the safety com-
mittee of Calhoun County. The safety
committee needs a letter in writing from
the City Council stating their support of
the sidewalk being installed from HWY 20,
across Charlie Johns Street to the
Hospital on the west side of the street.
Councilman Bailey made a motion to pre-
sent something in writing to the safety
committee. Councilman Jackson second- '
ed the motion. The motion carried.
Cissy Barfield addressed the Councyi
requesting a new copy machine for City
Hall. The old machine is not dependable
and is about eight years of age. After a
brief discussion, Councilman Bailey made
a motion to purchase a copy machine foJt
City Hall up to $5,000.00. Councilman
Jackson seconded the, motion. Th6
motion carried.
There being no further business, the
meeting adjourned at 8:27 p.m..

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

See CITY, page 14


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SUBSTITUTE DRIVER
Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. (Calhoun County
Transit) is seeking applications for a substitute driver. A Class D
Florida Driver's License; a good driving record, must be able to pick up
200 Ibs. with assistance, and one year professional driving experience
are required. CPR, First Aid, and completion of a Defensive Driving
Course are required, but may be obtained after hire, at your expense.
:Must also pass DOT drug test. Smoke free workplace. After being
hired a criminal history check, fingerprinting, and local law enforcement
check will be performed. Documentation of a recent physical must be
presented. Applications may be picked up at 16859 NE Cayson Street,
Blountstown, Florida. NO PHONE CALLS. CCSCA is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. Application deadline is Wednesday, May 25,
2005.
May11,18,2005


ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS

The Calhoun.County Sheriff's
Office is currently accepting
applications for a full-time male
correctional officer. Must be
certified or presently attending
Correctional Officer Academy.
Must be able to work all shifts,
weekends and holidays.
Please contact Lieutenant
William Coburn at the Calhoun
County Jail at 850-674-5049
Monday Friday until 4 p.m.
May 18, 25.00 2W5



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


Chipola College
Criminal Justice Training Center
BASIC LAW
ENFORCEMENT &
CROSSOVER FROM
CORRECTIONS TO
LAW ENFORCEMENT
Part-time Academies Start,
June 29, 2005
Classes will meet four hout: daily
8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
5:30p.m.- 9:30 p.m.
Application Deadline June 27
AL & GA residents NO Out-of-State Tuition
1-850-718-2479/718-2286

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HELP WANTED

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!
No experience required. Covenant
Transport has immediate openings for
entry-level semi drivers. Our avg Drivers
earn more than $36K first year. Regional
drivers get home every week or weekly. 15
day CDL Training now available in your
area. For a solid new career, call Today
1-866-280-5309.
*****************

Personnel Resources.

NOW HIRING
BULK ORDER FILLERS
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Shifts
Must be able to continuously
lift up to 75 Ibs.
APPLY IN PERSON AT
BLOUNTSTOW
ONE-STOP
CAREER CENTER
THURSDAY,
MAY 19TH, 9 AM
For more information call
Patti @ (888)946-9675


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,
FL 32321.
AA/EOE
4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25


HELP WANTED
Experienced Cook
Needed
Evening Shift
Pick Up Application at
Blountstown Health
and Rehab
16690 SW Chipola Road,
Blountstown, Florida


REAL ESTATE

25 acres for sale in South Georgia
woodlands, road frontage on two sides.
Call 1-850-643-3509 after 5:00 p.m. or
leave message.
.****************
Land, 1 acre, $6,000. Call 674-4076.
****************

STUMP GRINDING
Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
Call Chris Nissley

674-8081


FREE PETS

Free kittens, to a good home, 4 males, 1
female, litter box trained. Call 762-9245.

Free puppies, 3 white puppies each with
black eye, 7-8 weeks old. Free to a good
home. Call 674-5150.
** ** * ** *


M&W Self Storage

RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$20 10xl0...$40
10x20...$80
** NO DEPOSIT ***
CALL 272-0096 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8597


LOST L& FOUND

Lost!! Please help! Our son is
heartbroken! Two dogs lost off Hwy. 275 S.
on Saturday, May 7. Lost are 1 small
brown cairn terrier with a white/pink collar
and 1 black/brown/white husky with a blue
collar. Please call Andrea Hagler at
237-2645 with any information.


SERVICES

BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES!!
First Aid/CPR w/AED
Bloodbome Pathogens /HIV
To schedule your class call:
Crystal Newsome, RN
at 850-674-5730
Single/Groups
Our Facility or Yours
S* * k****
An Alternative to home schooling.
Dr. Tamaria Joyner is preparingher
schedule for the school term beginning in
August 2005. Most grade levels accepted.
Limited enrollment, so cal now to secure a
place for the upcoming year. If you have
questions, please call 674-2633 for more
information.

LAWN CARE SERVICE
Calhoun, Jackson & Liberty Counties
Reasonable Rates
Dependable, Reasonable, Courteous,
Licensed & Insured Call 762-2520 or
email
wwwbusymowing.com
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Mack Lawn Service & Pressure
Washing Etc. Call Hm., 762-9209; Cell.
850-209-5792; or cell: 850-209-7574,
Neal McDaniel (son).

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FOR SALE

Trolling motor, Motor Guide, 43 lb.
thrust, good condition, can be seen at
Blountstown Small Engine, $100 firm.

Digital camera, JVC, with carrying case
and complete software, $65. Call
643-2734.

Water heater, used, works fine, $25; new
rollaway bed, 39" wide, $50. Call
674-5139.

New Shaklee water filters at clearance
prices. New filters for delicious, healthy
water. Reverse osmosis, MTS, and Whole
House Filters. At less than half the original
prices. Albin Byler, 21587 Hwy. 71N,
Altha, FL. Call 674-8227.
******-*********
Moving sale: queen size bedroom suite,
side-by-side refrigerator, single captains
bed, set of bunk beds. Call 674-7731.

Furnish 3-1/2 ton self contained A/C
and furnish (Gas Pack), $150.00. Call
674-6172 after 5:00 p.m.

Happy Jack Kennel Dip II: treats fleas,
ticks, mange, stop scratching &
gnawing without steroids. Contains
NO solvent. Biodegradable! ALTHA
FARMERS COOP, 762-8749.
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PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
PONDS
License and Insured
Call for FREE Estimates
We Accept Major Credit Cards
MOBILE: 850-643-6142
850-674-4576


WANTED

Wanted old pieces of Noritake in pattern
(Silver Dale 5994). Call 674-4857.


CARS & TRUCKS

Chevy 1500 pickup, 1988, 2 WD, V-6,
looks good, runs good, $1800. Call
643-7757 or 674-1261.
*****************
VW Cabriolet, 1992, Wolfsburg edition,
50K on engine and tranny. New CV, struts,
houses and belts. Needs paint and a little
TLC. Runs great, $2,000 OBO. Call
762-8835.
******-** ********
Chevy Z71, 2003, extended cab, custom
rims, new tires, fender flares, toolbox,
39,000 miles. Sacrifice $22,500. Call.
762-8234 or 272-6168.

Autos: 1995 Honda Accord, $4500; 1988
Honda Prelude, $700. Call 674-1786 or
643-4762.


FOR RENT

RV trailers for rent, $75 $80 week,..
most utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers when
available. Call 674-4011.
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For rent 2 bdr trailers., semi-fumished,"
no pets.' 674-4011.
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FOR RENT
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance

button Creek Apartment
16978 hW Mayo Sleet
B _ounJmUalI a.324.2
'850-674-4202
STDD/TTY711
Equal Housing Opportunity


MOBILE HOMES

Mobile home for sale, 1996 Fleetwood,
14 x 75, 3 bdr:, 2 full baths with garden tub,
CH/A, Completely remodeled, $9,000. Call
899-6020.


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YARD SALE

Multi family yard sale, Saturday,
Highway 71N. across from Oglesby.
Clothes of all sizes, car audio equipment,
household items, toys, etc. Call 762-8429.
****************
Garage sale, May 21, 20048 SW Sherry
Ave., Blountstown, 8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.
****************
Garage sale, Sat., 7:00 until at the comer
of Folsom & Main. Furniture including
antique sewing cabinet, plants,
kitchenware, knic-knacs, quilt, fabric,
curtains, toys, clothing and much more.
****************
Garage sale, May 21, 8:00 am 12:00 pm
at 20048 SW Sherry Ave., Blountstown.
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'Carnivalfor a Cure


Relay Friday


by Kelli Peacock


It's an all-night party at Sam
Atkins Park Friday and everyone
is invited!
The Calhoun/Liberty Relay for
Life, to benefit the American
Cancer Society (ACS), kicks off at
6 p.m. Friday. The theme this
year is "Carnival for a Cure" and
parents are invited to bring the
youngsters out for a variety of fun
activities planned that evening.
The purpose for this celebra-
tion is to raise funds to help local
cancer patients, as well as enable
researchers in their efforts to find
a cure for cancer.
"We hope to raise a lot of
inoney," says Calhoun/Liberty
Relay chair Wes Johnston of
Altha.
Eric Billot, ACS community
representative, says the
Calhoun/Liberty Relay's sponsor-
ship chair, Lisa Warren, has
blown the top off sponsorship
fundraising expectations. "Our
goal was $1300 and she ended up
raising $5100," he points out.
Major contributors include
Georgia Pacific, Ramsey's Piggly
Wiggly. GT Com, The Bank,
Danny Ryals Real Estate, The St.
Joe Company, Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative, and Regions Bank.
The Relay will begin with a
welcoming ceremony at 6 p.m. led




Marlins-
pop up for the third and final out
of the game.
McIntosh pitched his first
complete game for the Marlins.
In six innings of work he faced 32
batters surrendering 4 earned
funs, striking 7, and allowing no
walks.
The Marlins were back in
action this past Tuesday night
against Grand Ridge (details
unavailable at press time). Then
they will travel to Quincy on
Friday and Sneads will host the
Marlins on Tuesday night. All
game times are at 6:00 PM (CST).


Races
Gates open Saturday at 5 p.m.
with races starting at -7 p.m- On
Sunday, gates open at 11 a.m:
with races at 1 p.m. Admission is
$10 with kids 12 and under free.
The park is located in
Clarksville, seven miles south of
Hwy. 20 on Hwy. 73. For more
information, contact Ray
Goodwin at 850/447-0356 or
762-8692.


City cont'd-

Blountstown City Council
MINUTES'
Special Session
April 26, 2005, 6 p.m.
The City Council, City of Blountstown,
County of Calhoun, State of Florida, met
in Special Session on Tuesday, April 26,
2005 at 6:00 P.M. at the City Council
meeting room with the following members
of the City Council present: Mayor R.W.
Deason, ,Councilwoman Janie Boyd,
Councilman Clifford Jackson, Councilman
John Tomlinson and Councilman Steve
Bailey.
Also present were City
Manager/Engineer Jimmy Hand, Police
Chief Glenn Kimbrel and City Attorney
David House.
Others .present included Cissy
Barfield, Dowling Parrish, and Marc
Tomlinson.
Mayor Deason called the meeting to
order at 6:00 P.M.
Mayor Deason led the invocation and
Councilman Bailey led the Pledge of
Allegiance.
The purpose of the Special Session
was to review the Personnel Policy.
SThe City Manager/Engineer
addressed the Council concerning the
City of Blountstown organization chart.
After a brief discussion, it was the con-
sensus of the Council to change how the
"'Professional Services" were positioned
on the chart. Also it was decided to
change the list of ranks under the Police
Department, and to make a few changes
under the Fire Departrhent. The Code
Enforcement position will be added to the
Police Department. (SEE ATTACHED
CHART)
It was the consensus of the Council to
change the wording in Section 5.7
(Breaks) to read "Misuse may result in
disciplinary action." Also need to check
with state law to see how much time
employees get for breaks.
It was the consensus of the Council for
City employees to have identification
cards.
On Page 14 of the Personnel Policy
under the Position Clarification Plan
(Code Enforcement Officer) it was the
consensus of the Council to change the
wording of City Manager to Police Chief.
The Council decided to delete
Sections 12.3 (Promotion, Demotion, or
Transfer), 12.4 (Overtime), 12.5 (Length


of Service Raise), 12.6 (Merit Raises),
13.1 (Solicitations), and 13.8 (Credit
Standing).
Councilman Bailey made a motion to
approve the, personnel policy with the
changes. Councilman Tomlinson second-
ed the motion. The motion carried.
SThere being no further business, the
meeting adjourned at 8:27 p.m.
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
ATTEST: Jimmy Hand, City
Manager/Engineer


by Chairman Johnston. All can-
cer survivors are invited to take
part in the survivors' lap to be
held at 6:15 p.m. The track will
officially be opened for walkers at
that time with all Relay teams
keeping a member on the track
throughout the night signifying
that cancer never sleeps and we
won't either until a cure is found.


painting, jail and bail, dart
throwing, a mobnwalk, fire truck
rides, a fishing booth, ring toss,
hay scramble, and more. There
will be a variety of carnival treats
available including cotton candy,
popcorn, hamburgers, hot dogs,
pizza, and snow cones, along with
chicken and rice plates.
Entertainers scheduled to take


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p.m. with each name read during
a time of silence.
Teams taking part in the relay
- with each committing to raise
$1000 include Gateway Baptist
Church, Calhoun Correctional
Institution, Liberty Correctional
Institution, FCCD, Blountstown
United Methodist Church, The


Bank, Nancy's Angels, Calhoun
County Health Department,
Sonic Youth, beLIEVErs, and the
Mayhaw Community. Each team
will camp at the park until clos-
ing ceremonies at 11 a.m.
Saturday. Come out and cheer
them on during this Carnival for
a Cure!


While walkers make their way the stage during the event *
around the track, the carnival include the RiverTown Girls, an L U Bry I OW a M a
will get underway featuring face Elvis impersonator, country 4
SMarine Corps Pvt. Zachary M. order drill and operated as a
hale A r Hl O'Bryan, son of Debra K. and small infantry unit during field
SMike O'Bryan of Altha, recently training.
completed 12 weeks of basic O'Bryan and other recruits
t A TEAJV EVENT TO training at Marine Corps Recruit also received instruction on the
Network plans meetings FIHT CANCER Depot, Parris Island, S. C. Marine Corps' core values--
N et w oT p laIt g 11 designed to challenge new Marine honor, courage and commitment


The Panhandle Area Health
Network has the following meet-
ing schedule for the month of
May. The Network is a non-prof-
it corporation of health care
providers working to strengthen
the health care system in
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson,
Liberty and Washington counties.
Locations of the meetings are
alternated among the five coun-
ties and all meetings are open to


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Happy "2nd" Birthday!!
De'Shaun Williams/Clark, son of
Wanda Clark will be celebrating his 2nd
birthday on Sunday, May 22nd.
De'Shaun's mother, brothers and sisters
would like to wish De'Shaun a happy
birthday and many more.
Love, your family

S -.


Happy "3rd" Birthday!!
Rylan Connor Hood will celebrate his
3rd birthday on May 21. He is the son of
Jimmy and Margaret Hood. His maternal
grandparents are Joann Vickery, Russell
Jr. and Faye Vickery of Blountstown. His
paternal grandparents are Dianne and
James Pelham of Clarksville and Bobby
Hood of Ebro. Maternal great-grandpar-
ents are Russell Vickery Sr. and the late
Ann Vickery of Blountstown. Paternal
great-grandparents are James and
Leunia Shiver of Blountstown.
Rylan loves playing with his toys, help-
ing his 'daddy in whatever he is doing, rid-
ing his four wheeler and going -for a stroll
with his mother. Rylan likes to help Papa
feed his chickens and stay at Papa and
Maw-Maw's house.


Happy 1st Birthday!!
Payton Alexander Dullivan celebrated
his first birthday on April 27. He is the son
of La'Tasha & Allan Dullivan, Jr. He is the
grandson of Elouise Reed of Grand
Ridge, Charlotte Dullivan of Tallahassee,
and Allan Dullivan, Sr. of Bridgeport, CT.
Payton is the great grandson of J. T and
Mary Reed, and the late Eleanor and
Henry Roach of East Liverpool, Ohio.
Payton celebrated his first birthday with
his family and a host of friends. His par-
ents would like to say t hank you to every-
one for their attendance in his celebration
and for all of the wonderful gifts'love, and
support. Happy birthday, PaytonI


the public. For further informa-
tion about any of these meetings,
please call the Network office at
482-9088.
Panhandle Drug and Alcohol
Abuse Prevention Coalition -
Tuesday, May 24, 12:00 Noon,
Central., Gazebo Coffee Shoppe &
Deli.
PAHN Committee Advisory
Council, Thursday, May 26,
11:30 a.m., Panhandle Area
Health Network, 4349 Lafayette
St., Bldg. 2, Marianna.


singer Amy Allen, gospel
Jeremy Dickson, the cont
rary Christian group,
Worship, and local Girl Scc
late night movie is schedu
11:30 p.m.
One of the most special
of the night is sure to be the
naria ceremony. Candles w
the walkway around the tr
memory or in honor of canc
tims. This will take place


Dear Gadsden, Liberty & Calhoun
County Residents.
Two years ago I obtained my Florida
Dealer's License due to the frustration of
shopping for a used car. The following three
things made car shopping a big headache
for me:
-Haggling for the best price
*Having to come UP with $2000 to $3000
for a down payment, taxes, title and tag


W recruits both physically and men-
tally.
singer O'Bryan and fellow recruits
tempo- began their training at 5 a. m., by
Simply running three miles and perform-
outs. A ing calisthenics. In addition to
led for the physical conditioning pro-
gram, O'Bryan spent numerous
hours in classroom and field
I times assignments which included
e lumi- learning first aid, uniform regula-
Till line tions, combat water survival,
-ack in marksmanship, hand-to-hand
cer vic- combat and assorted weapons
e at 9 training. They performed close


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on a $10.000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct Automo-
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banks will loan you on this vehicle.
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and what the core values mean In
guiding personal and profession-
al conduct.

O'Bryan and fellow recruits
ended the training phase with
The Crucible, a 54-hour, team
evolution culminating in an emo-
tional ceremony in which recruits
are presented the Marine Corps
Emblem, and addressed as
"Marines" for. the first time in
their careers.
O'Bryan is a 2003 graduate of
Blourqtstown High School.


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The best Part is we have family on the lot.
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