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June 1

2005


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VOLUME 98 NO. 39 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E-mail news@thecountyrecord.net 500 (Including Tax)


Local third graders #1 in math


AT cores released
SFCAT scores released


:by Kelli Peacock
Governor Jeb Bush has
.-released Florida Comprehensive
;Assessment 'Test (FCAT) scores
:


and Calhoun County educators,
can breathe a sigh of relief. For
the most part, local students are
still excelling on the test known
for stressing out everyone in


Congressman Allen Boyd. shown outside the Capitol, says the House has
taken a small step toward ending dredging on the Apalachicola River.


Big river dredging


won't happen min '06


Congressman Allen Boyd i'D-
North Flondal. a member of the
House Appropriations
Committee, has announcedd that
funds for dredging along the
Apalachicola Riler were not
included in the Energ_. and Water
Development Appropriatiun- Bill
IHR 24 191 for fiscal \ear 2006.
This s the first time' in almost
a decade that the House of
Representatives did riot include
money, for Apalachicola Ri\er
dredging as requested by the
President.
This is a significant achieve'-
ment for the Apalacl-iicola Ri''er.
but it is still only a small step
towards completely ending dredg-
ing along the 'rier. said
Congressman Boyd. "Since I've
been in Coneress I've'been work-


ing to -end dredging along the
Apalachicola River. and it is -my
hope that, we will soon end the
dredgin pof the river and begin.
restcnne it to its natural habitat
arid beautyl"
Cronrgressman Boy\d has been a
launch ad\ocrate for ending the
dredgiln along the Apalachicola


classrooms across the state In
fact, local third graders topped
the state in math.
"I am pleased toI report that
Calhoun 'County Schools contin-
ue to do well on the Flonda
Comprehensive Assessment
Test," says Marl Sue Ne\es.
Calhoun County Superintendent
of Schools,. "Our third grade
FCAT scores were outstanding in
both math and reading. Overall.
our score's are imipro\iig. hove\ -
er. Calhloun ('Count\ will conll line
to strive for excellence by proi-d-
ing additional professional devel-
opment training in reading and
\i1nting. We commend our teach-
ers. students, and administrators
for all thrir hard work and dedi-
caLton.
Across the state. reading
scores have accelerated in all
grade levels \with the exception oJI
high school sophomores Flonda
10th grader- reading at ror aho\e
grade level dropped to 32 percent,
a decrease of 5 pert ein Irfoni
2001.
,, In Calhoun, C.oLunIt. e\eri
grade level. \iih the exception of
seventh grade. exceeded the slate
average in reading. Seveiil h
graders were only one percentage
point behind the state averag,'
with 52% :scoring at or above
grade level. Third graders tied
with Okaloosa County Ior se-onid
highest percenl.tai, scoring at or
abovegrade level with 81%. The
state..' averagewas only 67.:.
Santa Rosa CouintyV c(air-e in firsl
place at 84"' .
'Math'scores incrr-.std dranmal-
ically in every grade from 3rd
through 10th in the state: Here in
Calhoun County, students' were
well above state a\erave.: Local
third.. graders had tLhr largest
margin o\er the state average,
with an nmpre-ssi e 85 percent
scoring at or aby\ e grade level,
compared to a 68 percent state
average. This put, CalhoLn
County third graders lied for first
place in the state with Okaloosa
and Union counties. .


Flathead Catfish fever!
Flathead Catfish fever was widespread :over the weekend as the Blounislown Rotary Club hosted Iheir annual
tournament on the Apalachicola River. As tradilion goes. once caught, they must be kissed by l:cal beaulv queens
.Stepping up to the plate to plan one on a Flalhead are lruom left) Miss Blountslown Jonella Dawson. Teen Miss
Bl':'unislown Nikki Bernhard, and Lilllte iMss Liberly Count, Abigail McCormb Tourriamenl chair Ben Burnharn wa.-
happy It' hc.SI Ihisi big bo\ up for the girls. Look inside this issue for mbre lournameni hignhights

After burglaries at Smith's Supermarket, Altha School


AMtha brothers arrested


by Kelli Peacock
Two \, .ri-ung boys from Ahi lha
wiere arr-ested last wi.eek Il i
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All gave some; some gave all
Area residents gathered on the front lawn at the Calhoun Courthouse Monday morning for a Memorial Day cer-
emony. The event was hosted by the Bristol VFW Post and Blountstown's American Legion Post 272..Above, Diana
Johnson and Pat Mears of the Anmerican Legion Ladies Auxiliary place a wreath in front of Calhoun County's memo-
rial monument dedicated to all those who gave their lives serving our country. Look inside this issue for more high-
lights from the ceremony.


juveniles.
According 'to the Calhciin
Court. Sheriffs Otl lt' a passil
[rijlonr i l called wi illlortlll, li-I
Tuesday around, 6:10 a.m. aft er
spotting a iarc- hole in the -I',-.


at Smith's Sii)i rn i'ki.- on iwy.
71 Ni rth.' Sgt. 'Adam Teiry
re-.prnritd.d :IirI rll--ritercd a large
PeCc "fI ro,(k hlid I,.en thrbwin
See ALTIA, page 4


Drug bust on Fuqua


Circle nets 3 arrests


by Kelli Peacock
A drug bust on Fuquli Circle in
Blountstown ne'tled three arrests
Friday night.
Theodore, Patterson. Betty
Sapp, and William Summeriiln
were all taken into custody.
Patterson was charged with pos-
session of cocaine with intent to,
.Sell, while Sapp and Summerlin
were charged with possession of
less than 20 grams of cannabis.
According 'to the Calhoiun
County Sheriffs Office. a search
team of Lt. Michael Bryant and
Deputies Mark Mallory. 'Bliss
Moreau, Nick Keller, Chris Porter,
and Eddie Dalton served a search
warrant on apartment 1066 on
Fuqua. Circle around 7:20' p.m.
'All'three subjecii, were in the
front yard, along with another
adult male. who was riot charged
in:the case.
Authorities reportedly discov-
ered a clear plastic bag of nari-
juana,. along with a cellophane
wrapper. containing 2.5
Hydrocodone pills, in Sapp's
shorts pocket. Sa pp 'wa' found'to
have a prescription for
Hydrocodone and was not
charged with possession of the
pills. Summerlin was allegedly
Found with a clear 'plastic. bag of'
marijuana in his pants pocket. A
pill bottle containing 14 pieces of
crack cdeaine, along with a small
plastic bag with four pieces of
crack, were discovered in a pair of


',,'ii- reportedly owned bvi
Patterson.
See DRUG BUST, liag(l I

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The County Record, JUNE 1, 2005, Page 2


Memorial Day ceremony held
Citizens from both Calhoun and Liberty counties enjoyed a Memorial Day service hosted by Blountstown's
American Legion Post 272 and Bristol's VFW Post. The event was held Monday morning on the Calhoun Countyl
Courthouse lawn. The Liberty County High School ROTC honor guard presented colors, followed by the Star
Spangled Banner performed by Charmian Register. Guest speakers were Adam Richards of Blountstowh and Nicky,
Phillips of the Bristol VFW. At the conclusion of the service, names of Calhoun County natives who gave their lives
for our country were read, with a bell tolled for each of them. Following the reading of names, shots were fired in
their honor.
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The County Record, JUNE 1, 2005, Page 3


Sheriffs Office holding free camp for kids


The Florida Sheriffs Youth
Ranches, Inc. and the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office present a
free, action-packed, fun filled
five-day camp just for kids ages 6
to12 years.
The camp is set for Monday


Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Allen Russ


Neel, Russ are united in


marriage on August 14


.* Mary Meagan Neel and
SMitchell Allen Russ were united
in marriage on August 14, 2004
at the Altha Church of God.
Brother Jim McIntosh, pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Altha.
Performed the joyous ceremony.
'As the guest awaited the cere-
mony, Thomas Basford, friend of
the bride and groom, played a
French musicall selection. The
ceremonyy began with the grand-
parents of the .bride ad groom
being escorted and sat by ushers,
iievin Jones, Charles Hill, Chuck
;Basford, and Heath Holland. The
groom's uncle, Lowell Russ, then
escorted the groom's mother,
Sarieta Russ, into the church. At
this time, a candle was lit by
Lowell Russ, in memory of his
brother and :he groom's father,.
Rodnev Russ. Following the'
Slighting of, the memory candle,
Sarieta Russ lit the unity candle.
The bride's parents, Carlton and
Andrea' Neel, proceeded at this
time, to light their side of. the
unity candle.
The groom, wearing his mili-
tanr dress blues, the preacher
and the best man. Bud Baggett.
entered the church to Handel's
Pachabel Cannon in D The
bridesmaids. dressed in pastel
strapless -o'.nis. which matched
the bride's attires, were paired
with groomsmen and. entered the
sanctuary on alternating sides.
The bridesmaids were Alanna.


Russ, sister of the groom,
Whitney Warren, cousin of the
bride, and friends of the bride,
Beth Pueschel, Kathy Pitts,
Georgia Whitke, Mitzi VWhitfield.
Ashton. Goodson, Lydia
Whittaker,e and Kristy DeRosier.
Groomsmen were Dusty Neel,
brother of the bride, and friends
of the groom, Garrett Tucker,
Donal1d Williams Adam Fran/
Drew Hall. Matt Lee Owen
Grimsley, Jonathan Tillman. anil
Justin Plant.
Flower girl. Maggie, niece of
Se WEDDING, page I


Hires, Barth will

say their voison:

June llth, 3:00pm,0

Mr. and Mrs. Sh:lby Hires of
Altha and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey
Barth of Altha announces the
final wedding plans for their chil-
dren. Amber Joy Adams .and
Nicholas Jay Barth. The' wedding
will be held. on Saturday, June
11th at 3:00 p.m. 'at River Town
Community Church in
Blountstown: Noldcal invitations
will be sent but all friends and
family of the couple are inviled to
attend.,


SBrandon Bfitner and Sara Trageser

ageser
Bittner, Trageserpl


September 3rd weddig


,Brandon Bittner and Sara
Trageser, both of Bloiuntstov.n.
announce their, engagement and.
forthomuing manage. ':
SSara is the daughter of Mary
Patinore of Marianna. Her rranjd-
parents are Mrs. Harnett Iimmel
nd the late Charles :Kimmel of
Evans\ille. IN.
* She graduated from Marianna
-Iih School, received ,ar
Associate of, Arts degree from;
Chipola -Junior College where she
"as on the cheerleading squad,
and received' a Bachelor of
Science degree from the Florida
State Lnive n\rsity School 'of
Psychology in Tallahassee. Sara
is currently a Behavior Therapist
in Bay and Okaloosa counties,
certified in school assessments.
and Is a student at FSU s Panama
City campus working on her
Master of Science degree In
Applied Behavior Analysis. :


Brandon is the Son of Verena
Nix of Blountstown and Brant
and Linda Bittner of Maitland.
FL. His maternal grandparents
are the late Jack and Mary Lou.
Bowman of Blountstown and the.
late Grover ;E. "Gus'" ,Nix of
Bainbridge. 'GA.. His. paternal
grandparents are Mrs..Dulcie
Bittner of Valdosta, GA,, the "late
Norbert S. Bittner of Eustis, FL
and Joan Mills of Altamonfe
Springs, FL.
He graduated from
BlountstounT High' School and is
currentlI. the drummer for'the
local\ -based national rock band,
socialburn.
The wedding will be held at
Eastside Baptist Church in
Marianna on Saturlavy.
September 3. 2005. at 6:00 in the
evening Friends and relatives are
invited to attend.

/


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camp: T-shirt and shorts; closed
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or change of clothes to get wet in;
towel; sunscreen, and hat.
V What not to bring to camp:
NO smoking tobacco, chewing


tobacco, alcohol, or illegal drugs
of any kind; NO knives, hatchets,
guns or weapons; t-shirts/cloth-
ing with inappropriate messages
and/or words are strictly prohib-
ited; and campers should NOT
bring money, jewelry, radios, cell.


phones, game boys or expensive
recreational equipment.
Registration forms are avaiI-
able at the Calhoun County
Sheriffs Office. This project is
funded by a grant from the Office
of the Attorney General.


ntrougn Friday, June o-l1, rui oml I %# i. k %iO i k,
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the W.T. Neal ---.0-9- 9.
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Join Marti Coley and the Calhoun County Republican Party at this
free barbecue. The entire community is invited and encouraged to

attend. You will have the opportunity to meet with Marti Coley and
discuss with her the positive plans she has for Calhoun County and
House District 7. Plans that include:
economic development to bring jobs into our area

Protection of state jobs that you, your friends, and your neighbors
depend on, and
improving educational opportunities for your children


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Altha brothers


through a window on the north
end of the .ui '. i,' I:'.':-n.
Wood arrid tn t t41 pots-


, i.: :.-;'i:: -. ,er e M: ; ; :- it -
.- '.** mj s I .' ,' :-. old invea-
ti||atr he had4 been -,,, 'i h,-
r tw i ..... .,'- in the Althn area
the previous night who had been
eportted mtssuhng by their mother.
piv, Ken .Futch and M.'1. Wood
went to the boys' home and
obtained permission from their
a'iother to speak with them. The
brothers then confessed to not
only breaking into the supermar-
ket, but also burglarizing Altha
School.
The boys reportedly provided


sworn statements that they went
to Atha School before dark the
ti -'l Lbefore and climbed through
a window into a tool room. They
advised they didn't take any
items from that room, but pro-
ceeded to the school lunchroom
where they broke a window with a
piece of firewood to gain entry.
Once inside, they allegedly took
eggs from the kitchen and threw
them against a door and wall,
then went searching for a drink
in the refrigerator.
Around 1 a.m., the boys said
they went to Smith's
Supermarket, struck the window
three or four times with a rock
until it broke, and climbed inside.
After running down the store
aisles, the brothers said they took


Big River


Riv'er. In both the 107th and
108th Congresses. Congressman
Bovd introduced legislation to
end navigational dredging of the
Apalachicola River. The Restore
.the Apalachicola River
Ecosystems (RARE) Act would
have changed'the federal autho-
rization of the Apalachicola-
Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River
system to end .navigational dredg-
ing on the Apalachicola River
from the Florida-Georgia Iord.-r
to the Gulf of Mexico, while also
directing the Corps of Engineerir
to complete a plan for the restora-
tion of the river's ecosystem.


The Apalachicola was recent Ir
listed as one of the nation's most
,endangered rivers by Americarn
Rivers. Dredged sand is often
dumped along the river's banks,
leaving piles as high as a foui-
story building. The large amounts
of sand have choked sloughs and
cut off the. water supply to sur-
rounding hlabitai.

CLASSIFIED AD
DEADLINE
MONDAY NOON


May 22: RonnieB. PilIs, assault on a law enlorcemenl officer, reckless
driving/warrants; Cristal S. McClendon, violation of ?robaiior
May 24: Lucas Kirkland, grand irneh ol firearm armed burglar% ri a sirirclure
May 25: John Paul Jones, violaion or probaii'n IreSpassring
May 26: Timothy James Watson, sexual battery; Sara Smith, interference with
custody .
May 27: Jeffery Amberson, order of allachrnenl. Kenneth'Shaw, violation of
country probation, vi:olaiionr, :o conjmonal release resisting arrest, fleeing and
attempting to elude Chrsilopr:.r Golden, possession of less than 20 grams of
cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia; Betty Sapp po:seeslion of less
than 20 grams of cannabis; Theodore Pallersunr possession of cocaine-with
intent to sell; William Summerlin, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis
: May 28: Antwan M. Fielder, possession of less.than 20 grams of cannabis
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail during
the past week. Although they hfVe been charged with a crime, they are
considered'innocent unfil proven guilty.



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tobacco products and lighters,
then fled the scene.
After the interview, one of the
boys took Maj. Wood to a resi-
dence two doors down from their
home where they had hidden the
tobacco and lighters. The items
were discovered wrapped in a yel-
low shirt and returned to Smith's.


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Prepare now, hurricane season is here


from the American Red Cross
SThe Twelve Days
of Hurricane Season
June 1-12
From June 1 through June 12,
Floridians can save while prepar-
ing themselves for the 2005
.Hurricane Season.. Florida's
Hurricane Preparedness Sales
Tax Exemption will allow individ-
uals and families an opportunity
to purchase certain disaster pre-


The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is once again offering
the Cabin Patch Summer Camps
for children. The dates are June
13-17. June 27-July 1, and July
18-22.
There will be two sessions a
day during these weeks. The
morning session will be from 8
a.m. to 12 noon for ages 5-8 and
the afternoon session from 1 to 5


,Chamber Board meeting
J The Board of Directors of the
'Calhoun nCounty Chamber ,of
commerce meet the second
'Th' sdav of each month in the
rChamber's conference room at
-20816 Central Avenue E., Suite
12. Blountslo\\n. Florida. The ne\ri
eetune date is June 9 at 12:00
m. (noon) CST
Please RS\P to the Chamber
for a head count on food by
.Fnday. June 2. 2005 via tele-
,phone 15501 674-4519, fax (674-
b4962), or e-mail (ccchamber@,
tyahoo.cpm).
6ain Street meeting
_ Main Street usually meets the
1irst Monday of each month in the
-Chamber's conference room at
220816 Central .A\.;\ i E.:, Sui;:


"from The Colquitt Miller
:Arts Council
First of all. being the southern
gentleman that I am, I need to
;introduce myself. I am the talked
:about. legendary, celebrated
Huckleberr Finn. and I'have a
special 'invitation for you and
ydur family. I want you to come to
Cotton Hall in Colquitt, Georgia:
and share my adventure with. a
good friend of mine Jim (a run-
-away slave) as I help him escape
;to freedclm.
The Colquitt. :Miller ,- Arts
Council will be opening'the doors
'to Cotton Hall on June 7th for the
premier of The Adventures ol
Huckleberm Finn. and I .-ill get
to share all, well most. of mi,
adventures with audiences until


paredness supplies without pay-
ing sales tax.
To help Floridians prepare for
hurricanes and other disasters,
Florida's American Red Cross
chapters are recognizing the
Twelve Days of Hurricane
Season.
On the First Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
WATER CONTAINER. Having an
ample supply of clean water is a


p.m. for ages 9-12. The cost of
each.camp will be $50 per child.
We will do many activities
including gardening, arts and
crafts, weaving, and cooking.
For more information or to reg-
ister your child, contact Dona
Dunn at 674-8405 or' 674-2777
and leave a message. Enrollment
will be limited to 10 per class.


2, Blountstown, Florida. The next
meeting dates June6, :at:12:00.
p.m. (no:-nl CST. .
Please bring. a p'lpor bag
Slunch. .\ni, e.' \'ho i s irr-"le:'d
Sinjoining Main Sireet or sliinnu
historical information alout thc
Al & B Railroad. is enci',iraced 1-
attend

For more mfi.rma iiii please
contact Ltie ,C h:-iiber. via tele
phone I. 501! 67-4-451,9, fax (674-
4962), or e-m.ail (ccchamnber(-
yahoo.coin).
Enterprise Zone
Interested in :ippl'. ini for stal,-
tax refulnd-~ n bhtill-iiim either
residen iali or .comminercial'1
Contact Jessie at the Chamber a l
674-4519.


June 25th.
SMy expenenices were originally\
.written in book form:by Mr. Mark
Twain, and are regarded by man'.
entirs as "The Great American
No\el and Rob. Lauer ha-
adapted the story for the theatre
By being brought to the stage it
really\ comes to li le in ihis new\
and unique prol---sion:Il produc-
tion.
The Ad\entures of Huckleherry
Finn opens June 7th 'and runs
through .June 25th i.i tli Tuesda .
Thursday- and Sati.rday pei-rfur
manie? aL 2:0i1 PIM and 7:30 PM.
\\ednesidals at 10 00 ,AdM ,and
Friday, at 7:30 'M.. Group rmtes
,are available. Please call
229. 75 55450 for more inlornli.-
tion and ticket prices.


priority in an emergency.
On the Second Day of
Hurricane Season the American

Red Cross recommends that you
purchase a NOAA WEATHER
RADIO. As the voice of the
National Weather Service, a


Matt Kearce receives
law degree from Nova
Matt Kearce. son of Jim and
Lamoine Kearce recently received
his Juris Doctorate Law Degree
from the Nova I riitverd'itt School of
Law in Fort Lauderdale. FL. Mall
attended Bl3ountstow.n sch and received his -Bachelor of
'Science Degree in Btonirn ss from
Florida State University. He and
his wife. ('Clrlri re-scle ii Weston.
FL where she teaches third grade
at EIcrultlidt-' Fc lem'l u ari1t .,'
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Sales tax


free storm


supplies
A number of hurricane
supplies are exempt from
sales tax in -Florida from
June 1-12. These include:
V Any portable self-pow-
ered light source selling for
$20 or less
V Any portable self-pow-
ered radio, two-way radio,
or weatherband radio sell-
ing for S50 or less
V/ Any tarpaulin or other
flexible waterprqgo shbaeti'ng ,
selling for .50 or less
V Any self-contained
first-aid kit selling for $30
or less
V Any ground anchor
system or tie-down kit sell-
ing for $50 or less
V Any gas or diesel fuel
tank selling for $25 or less
V Any package of AA-cell.
C-cell, D-cell. 6 volt. or 9
volt batteries, excluding
automobile and boat batter-
ies. selling for $30 or less
V Any non-electric food
storage cooler selling for
$30 or less
V Any portable generator
used to provide light or
communications or pre-
serve food in the event of a
power outage selling for
$750 or less
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Weather Radio provides continu-
ous broadcasts of the latest
weather information directly from
a National Weather Services
Forecast Office. During severe
weather routine broadcasting is
interrupted and special watch
and warning messages are
issued.
On the Third Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
FIRE EXTINGUISHER. Install A-
B-C type Fire Extinguishers in
the home and teach all h,:ou-ehold
members how'to use them.
SOn .-the Fourth Day of
Hurricane Season the American:
'Red Cross recommends that you
purchase PLASTIC SHEETING.
Plastic sheeting is a vital part of a
Family Disaster Supplies Kit.
On the Fifth Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
supply of'CANNED FOOD. Store
at least.a three-dais supply of
non-perishable fod d
On the Sixth Day of Hurricane
Season the.American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
GENERATOR. A generator can be.
a convenient.,source of power
after a hurricane. strikes.,
Generators should be pi;ip.ril,
installed and used safely.


On the S, ei-iil D.:,, of
Hurricane Sn--ii,.n tl 'e Ami-rit ijn
Red Cross recommends that you
purchase a FLASHLIGHT. As -i .
ple as a' Flashlilihi i- ii can
become a \in ri, nilrli.,nil tool
during and :,'' r dt-.i,-r -irikes.
Every Family Disaster .Sill'li. -
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Red Cross ren.Iimmin I.iJ- that you
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JUNE 1-JUNE 12
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have time shop and search for
supplies.
On the Ninth Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
SLEEPING BAG. If you have to
evacuate your home, a sleeping
bag will provide you with extra
comfort when you arrive at an
American Red Criss shelter.
SOn the Tenth Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
FIRST AID KIT. Because the first
five. minutes of a medical emer-
gency are critical every, individual
and family should have a First
Aid Kit in their home and vehicle
and on their boat.


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On the Eleventh Day of
Hurricane Season the American
Red Cross recommends that you
purchase needed supplies to
install HURRICANE SHUTI'ERS
on every window of the home.
Installing hurricane shutters on
all windows of a home will help to
mitigate the damage due to a
storms severe winds.
On the Twelfth Day of
Hurricane -Season the Americal)
Red Cross recommends that you
purchase DUCT TAPE. Duec tape
is one of the many items that
should be in a Family Disaster
Supplies Kit.
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NEWS EVENTS froth & the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce
S20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida .I42 I1
(850) 674-4519 FAX: (850) 6744962


'Adventures of Hu Finn'


at Cottoni Hall this month:


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cLemore takes home $1,700

Two hundaed a 1 rs tT.rmed out for the Blountstown Rotary Club's Annual Catfish),, Travis Smith (1st place, kids division, 1.92 lb. Channel Catfish,
1llalthead Catish Tournament held this weekend on the Apalachicola River. 13.01 .Flathead, and most pound average); Carmen McLemore :(Flathead
I i..., ia hoe the big money vas Carmen McLemore who reel in the biggest Catfish King/1sI place and 3rd place), William Godwin (2nd place, 37 03 Ibs.)
,ii-,-ad a t 37.42 pounds, along with the third largest at 36.09 pounds, also Joe Walker (5th place, 27.79 Ibs.), Vance Conway (4th place, 32.89 Ibs.), and
rt*ni IrIi t~M e miost poundage e for the entire tournament. Tournament win- Danny Ray Wise (largest Channel Cat, 7.79 Ibs.). Proceeds fromthe tourra-
dl'tude (~frrt lm eft Flint Walker (2nd place, kids division, .75 lb. Channel ment help the Rotary Club provide scholarships for local students.


AResults from Tri-State

.. Off Road Park events
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STravis Smith (left) and Flin Walker look top honors in the kids division.
Travis was the, first place winner with a 1 92 lb. Channel Cat, along with a
13.01 Ib. Flathead He also had the most pound average. Flint came in sec-
dnd place with his 75 lb. Channel Cal.


The results of the May 7th
Sand Dracs and Mud Races at
Tri-State Oil Road Park were as
follow" -
Sand Drags
Mud Bog
4 & 6 Cylinder
1~i pI ,.Jhnnr\ Shldrick
2nd .p Ste\e VWhI\le ld
3rd pi Ly\nnl Mar-hall
4th pi Rand\ O'Brian
Street Legal
t pl Debbir Flo,..ers
2nd pi -T nmmy Arnold
3rd pl Franiiin Register
4th pl Stele Whitfield
38.5 & down
1.1S p St, en Cunbie
2nd pI Du=.ii Lind
3rd pl e ein Shir;ih
4th pl Jhrnn\ Shidri,:k
39 & Up
l..t pi Keiinlrh Frwler
2nd pI rP., -lor .J i ,,nri
3 .rd pi ; MlJrd Lea\mins,
4 p r '., T ,, ..
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Tri, re rlllis fi the May 14th Sand
Drak!. and Mudl Racel aL Tri-State Of1.
Road IPark \iere ds I,,illm.
Sand Drags
Street Modified
Isi1 pi Deiek I'rel
2nd pI -Jimriy Malhes
3rd pL- And\ %i.-Uiltie
4lh pi Woodl\ C i.lmrle
Mud Bog
4 & 6 Cylinder


1stpl.- Jcey Wise
2nd pi Johiny Shadrick
3rd pi Steve Whitfield
4th pl Randy O:Brian
Powder Puff
1st pi Shonda Johnson
2nd pl Allison Shadrick
'3rd pi Dawn Herron
4th pi Debbie Flowers
Street Legal Consistency
1st pl -.Steve Whitfield
2nd pi Lee Flowers
3rd pl Justin Johnson
4th pi Robbie Pettis
Street Modified
1st pl -'Jimmy Mathes
2nd pi Woodie Cumbie
3rd'pl.- Paul Herron
4th pl Chad Flowers
Consistency
1st pl Paul Herron
See RESULTS, page 10


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Blounlsiown Rolary Club member Ken Sheppard presents Carmen
McLemore with his check for $1700. McLemore won first and third places,
along with mosl pound average


Altha Sc00ol Cheerleader Camp set


Registration for AltI -a School
Cheer Camp for ages 5-12 will be
held June 2-3 from 8:00 a.m. and
3:00 p.m.,in the Altha Gym.


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Registra.uon fee is $330. Fee,
includes T-shirt and lunch. For
more information call 762-3121.




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The County Record, JUNE 1, 2005, Page 7,


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Wildcats honor athletes at banquet
SThe Altha Wildcats held their annual spring athletic banquet Thursday in the school cafeteria, honoring athletes
in baseball, softball, and weightlifting. Varsity baseball awards went to (from left) Josh Mclntosh (best offensive play-
er), Gary Chew (best defensive player), Kevin Barton (senior award,.most improved, and Jamie Martin Memorial
Award), and Tad Scott (most valuable player).


Wildcat Baseball Coach Arthur
Faurot presented Principal Harriett
Peacock with a mosi valuable player
award. He gave her an embroidered
chef's apron on behalf, of the entire
team.


Altha Wildcats who qualified for the state weightlifting meet were honored, with medals at the awards banquet. "
They include (from left) Britt Wood. Kevin Barton, Courtney Beauchamp, And Joy Capps. Not pictured is Lisa-
McClellan.
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Altha Wildcats who qualified for the state weightlifting meet were honored. w{it medals at the awards banquet.:
They include (from left Britt Wood. Kevin Barton. Courtney BeaucriampQ .nd Joy Capps. Not pictured is Lisa4
McClellan.


Boys weightlifting awards went t. (Irom lelli Johnn AI.J:3v ror warrl...r .dnl mr1iOS impro:,edtl K-.vin Barlon (Big Cal
Award). Cod, Parrish (iron warrior Nick Hansl.::ord irn warr.:.ri a.nd Brill Vl,.:Jd I(mCi j valuarjl- player)

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improved), Kalhryn Nichols (Big Cat Award). and Courtney Beauchamp
(most valuable player and iron warrior award).


Pontiac Olds'* GMCInc.


Angela Byler (left) won the varsity Lady Cat softball pitcher award and
best offensive player award. Kim Swindle received the best defensive player
award. Not pictured are Shannon Grice (most improved) and Lizzie Woolever
(pitcher award).


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Chipola seeking students


for telecommunications


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S Jesse Yoder of Blountstown volunteered at the JAARS headquarters in
SNorth Carolina as an airplane mechanic during the fall and is bringing repre-
sentatives from this missions service organization to Calhoun County this
weekend.

Airplane rides, demonstrations


Area residents will have a chance to meet jungle pilots and other mis-
sionaries, and even take an airplane ride at the Calhoun County Airport this
weekend when representatives of JAARS (Jungle Aviation and Radio
Service), Inc. visit.

' when JAARS pilots visit...


The Telecommunications.
industry is on the upswing in
Florida and Chipola College is
seeking students for the next
Telecommunications Installation
Technician course.
The next course will begin as
soon as enrollment reaches 10
students.
Instructor Burch reports that
employment opportunities for
those who complete the program
are very promising.
TEKsystems-the largest
Telecommunications staffing
company in the country-con-
tacted Chipola to request assis-
tance in finding and placing
trained Telecommunications
Installers. The company is very
interested in forming a partner-
ship with Chipola to fill a recover-
ing job market in this area and
other areas in Florida.
According to, TEKs\siems.
.there are appro.:,mately 15 open-
ings in Ft. W\;ailtn Biach. 20 in
central Florida and another 21 in


the Ft. Myers area, "This partner-
ship will serve as an excellent
opportunity for us to revitalize
our Telecommunications
Program and again serve the
needs of this high-tech industry,"
says Bud Riviere, Workforce Dean
at Chipola College.
The instructional program at
Chipola is a 300-hour course
designed to train students to
become proficient as linepersons,
telephony installers, as well as in
splicing and activation and to
become proficient on fiber, broad
band and co-axial cable.
Salary range for students com-
pleting the training is from
$36,000 to $42,000.
The course will meet weekdays
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for
,approximately seven weeks.
Tuition for the program is
$1,800.
For information, call Burch at.
850-718-2214 or the Chipola
Workforce Office at .850-718-
2270.


Calhoui

: by Kelli Peacock
Jungle pilots and missionary
planes will be at the Calhour
SCounty Airport this weekend
June 4-5. offering demonstra
I tions and airplane rides to area
', residents. The event is set fo:
: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday
Sand 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Jesse Yoder of Blountstowr
has coordinated the visit with
JAARS (Jungle Aviation and
Radio Service). Inc. represent
fives. This North Carolina-basec
missions service organization
provides quality technical sup
port services and resources tc
speed Bible translation for al
People across the globe.
JAARS is part of the Wycliffe
SBible Translators' family of orga-
nizations, something Jesse's par-
ents, Ben and Carol Yoder of
.:;oilnLtIo toV.,. have been involved
-i lth for years; 'They used to have
banquets in our area everv- ear
L. act the word out of (whOi
.'\V\cl ilfe is." Jesse tells Th,
'Coruntil Record "This past all. I
workedd at JA,-kRS headquarters II
,North Carolina I \vounteercd as
ai- airplane mechanic and got lt
lnov' a lot of people there. I spent
sme 'i rn \tim .-i .h 'the' gi .'.'h'o r- r
.coming down here."


Tranquille


earns degree

Gerald L. Tranquille oi Bristol
-FL was amongt 172 -eniors wh(
received baccalaureate deareei
dunng Cui\er-St6ckton College
149 annual commencement cere
moni on Saturdail. May 14th in
Charles Field House.
Culver-Stocktorn College
located in Carton. MO offers
career-orented .education in
Liberal arts setting in affiliation
with the Christian Chuircl
(Disciples of Christ).
Gerald receivedd a BS .i
Computer InfTrrmation Systems
H'- is the' son- of Vonsenita
Tranquille of Bnstol.


Co. Airport this weekend PCAT cores.


According to their website,
JAARS serves Wycliffe Bible
y Translators and related organiza-
1 tions worldwide through coordi-
, nation and training in several
-support areas: aviation, con-
a struction and ni.intenance. pur-
r chasing and shipping, trucking,
y information technology, vernacu-
lar media services, land trans-
i portation and maritime services.
S--With the goal of translating the
1 Bible to every person on the plan-
- et, the challenge is enormous.
1 There are 6.809 l.intuag-es in the

SSummer reading

camps offered

at local libraries

The Florida Library Youth
Program has chosen Read.Around
SFlorida again as its theme this
S\ear. The Calhoun County
School System, Title I Progralm
Workforce Investment Act Youth
and the Calhoun County Public
Libraries ha'.e partnered io b'rine
Summer Librarn Reading Canmp-
to each of the Coiint. Libranes
Ir,-.m ..iluin, 6i-30-i fri 'r 1 ) a inr Ir.
12:00 noon at the Blountst.wn,
Altha, Kinard Park, Hugh Creek
Park, and Shelton's Park Public
Libaries. Mbndays-Thtirsdays.
The leading camps will feature
literature, story telling, humor,
crafts, music, poetry, picnics.
,,plus lessons on fire safety, bicycle
-safety, peer-pressure, coping,
bull\ ing. self-esteem and nutri-
,i trn Profe'-ssl.ionals from the
o Cainlun Cuint\ ShIeniTfl OfIice,
s Calhoin, Libr:rt\ Extcenion
(:' Ofice CcLintl\ Fir,' DEr)partinents
and Calh.,un C'olnty' School
n System are also protvidine pro-
grnams i.c bnnI inlormal-ion to
Children that the\ need to lead
1 safi, healthy lives and make good
a choices Parent's are the first find
numost important teachers that
h children hate TIhe school and
library enicoLiraces parents to be
I a part ol their child's learning
. experiences this summer and to
a join the summer reading.camps
and attend tith their children. -


world. Wycliffe translators are
working in. 1,262 .language
groups and have helped to trans-


Trevor Engram

Engram earns

.national honor

The United States
Achievement Academy has
announced that Trevor Engrami
of Blhulnlslimmn has been named
a ..S National Award winner in
science.
This award. is a prestigious
honor very few students:.can ever
hope to attain. In fact, the
Academy recoeni/es fewer than
10''. 01 all Amnencan high school
students.
Trevor. who attends
Blouintsto\\-n Middle School. was
nominated for this award by
Casey Taylor. a teacher- at the
school.
The son of Cu\ler Engrain and
Tam nn Koonce of Blountstown,
Tre\or \\ill appear in the United
States Achievement Academy
Official Yearbook. which is pub-
lished nationally. Trevor is, he
grandson of Mary Engram and
Lorene Koonce. hoth of
Blountstown.
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late New Testaments into 593
languages. However, there are
.still 2,737 addillti.nal language
groups needing Scripturt. trans-
lation programs. The total. num-
ber of people without ;any
Sc ripture in their language is 380
million. JAARS, along with its
partners, embractes the vision
that, by the year 2025, a BiL.le
translation project will be in
progress for every people r',.lip
3lat needs one.
Basjical, the goal of Missions,
at the Airport [in BloI In iLti'-..nl is
to' get awareness out of what
JAARS is doing and the need for
Bitle Lrainslalion." says Jesse.
Rides on planes used in mis-
sions will be offered for,/$15. In
addition, demonstrations of typi-
cal short take offs arid landings
will be pr -.eiit'-d. Visitors can
also watch computer demonstra-
tions, view missionary videos,
and talk with jungle pilots and
.. OI.H nlSSi i-.,ln,rS <'-.
IlTh iCCalhoun County Airport is
located'oii Hw\\.. 71 North at the.
Industrial Park, (between,
Blouritstown and AlItha
For more informal tiOii call
Jesse Yoder at 674-5999


In the w\ritilln segment of the
FCAT, only fourth, eighth and
tenth grad(.ers are tested.
Students that score 3 and above
on FCAT wntmine hale .cored atr or.
abo\e a niinim;1 ll a.cr-ptableC
level. This Nr Calhoun
County's \wrtilng scores fell
-.Ilhtl hll b',l. state average on
even --rade lev61 l ltestd "Sixty
nine perceril scored a 3 5 or
above. Silpr-riiitienlenii Neves
report-. addiiiL "\e ficel- ,.e can
cl better a-in- d .'e re already\ ]:,ok-
IIe lor a\s to improc our writ-
ing scort- We'-re mniil.ine with
consultants 1cid:l other distnrts to
see what they're doing looking
always .for ways to improve, our
students' scores."
FCAT science scores were
released Friday. This portion of
the test began in 2003 with
j.iiin '-r- ki t4kl I1 for the first time
this year. Th'e !est is onl' admini
.istered- to fifth, eighth, and
eleventh graders. Calhoun


County's students exceeded the
- state average on every grade level.
'The progress shin'.n in this
\ear's scores is a testament to
-our teachers and students who
have risen above great chal-
lenges," Governor Bush remarks.
"Since impl-'menrting the A+ Plan
for Education in 1999, Florida
students have shown .steady
improvement and. are proof that
with-' high standards and
accounlabililv our students will
Lidr eC.ce'd our expectations. The
results show continued increases
in the early grades and a need for
more academic rigor in middle
and high school. I hope the
Legislature will _:.rtilo l' to work
with us to prepare all our stu-
dents for success."

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Carr students honored
Eighth graders at Carr School were-recognized at graduation held Friday, May 20. Top students jn the class are
(pictured) Max Herndon, the salutatorian, and Katrina Messer, valedictorian. Katrina also earned the Verlie Suggs
Award which included a plaque and a $100 savings bond presented by the Suggs family. Congratulations to these
students!


Karissa Flowers, a fifth grader,
was presented the Daughters of the
American Revolution Citizenship
Award.

* I l'-


Courtney McFarland.
average in grades 4-5.
grades 6-8


Bremer receivesS
standing ovation for
speech in Alablama

On Tuesday, Ma1\ 17th, Don
Weaver, cc-cha-irm.arn i:'r Ilhe
Republican pirtl in Enlt.rprise,
AL inr. iL'd Ch:int\ Breme'-r. : Sth
grader at Altha School. to do her
.'One Nation Under God" tropi-
cana speech for a group of 181
guests including former First
Chief Justin Roy Moore. (He was
the judge who v':is remi '.i d from
office because he, refused to
remove the Ten Commandment
monument from the courthouse
in Montgomery, AL). She received
a st.-l:ndiniC ovation, a picture and-
an aLiutgraiphed cop\ ofliln new
book, S, Help Me God" from the.
former chief justice.
The meeting was designed to.
educate .people on their riedlit,
according to the constitution, 3nIl
to encourage, people to pray for
their country and leaders:.


a fourth grader, earned the award lor Ihe highest
David Leonard captured the highest average lor


Happy Sweet Sixteenth,
"MISS PRISS"
Jessica Renee' Metcalf
June 1st, 2005
Love, Moma, G-daddy, G-Ma, &:
Uncle Loran


Carr Sr.h-rto .,rljd i annual Awards Day, Thursday, May 19. Above, eighth
grade; r,i~.II r.'n ,e;r.. i.: d the Woodmen of the World Award from Ellis
Nicholst 'n ,._-.i: for having thi highest average in American History.


Happy 18th Birthday!!
June 4th
Love Mama, Daddy,
Heather & Daniel


Eighth grader Max Herndon received the Blountstown Rotary Club Award
for having the highest grade point average in grades 6-8. Ken Sheppard is
shown presenting the award on behalf of the.Rotary Club.

WEDDING DATES
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Briilanu Dorch celebrated her
16th birthday on-i Alai 25th. She
is the daughter of Brenda
McLendon and the sister of
Brandon Dorch and Paul Ross.
Grandparents are Faye and
James McLendon.
Brittany enjoys spending time
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School B ard--Miute


Off Road results continued


CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING
APRIL 12, 2005

The Regular Meeting of the Calhoun
County School Board was called to order
by 'Chairman Tim Smith. The following
members were present: Tim Smith, Doyle
Daniels, Volena Barfield, Willie Brown and
Grant Williams. Superintendent Mary
Sue Neves, Assistant Superintendent
Greg Jones, and Attorney David House
were also present.
he meeting was opened with prayer
by Attorney David House, followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
.A motion was made by Doyle Daniels,
sed6nded by Volena Barfield and carried
to adopt the agenda.
,Mary Sue Neves recognized Adam
'Halpool for achieving the French Award
and also recognized Mrs. Dana Ayers for
her,.good work in teaching the French
-class..
A motion was made by Willie Brown,
seconded by Grant Williams and carried
to approve the March 8, 2005 minutes.
Attorney David House opened the
Expulsion Hearing for a student at the
CARE Program. No family representa-
tives were present at the hearing. A rec-
ommendation was made by Willy Pitts,
Prilc;pal of the CARE program that the
student be expelled for accumulating over
20 days of suspension, this complies with,
county policy which says they will be
expelled from the Calhoun County School
System. A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Grant Williams and
carried to approve the expulsion.
Attorney David House opened the
Expulsion Hearing for another student at
the-CARE program. No family represen-
tatives were present at the hearing. A rec-
orrimendation was made by 'Willy Pitts,
principal at the CARE program, that the
student be expelled for accumulating over
20:days of suspension, this complies with
county policy which says they will be
expelled from the Calhoun County School
System. A motion was made by Doyle
Daniels, seconded by Willy Brown and
carried to approve the expulsion.
.A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Grant Williams and
carried to approve the financial reports as
follows:
A. Vouchers Payable, Appropriations,
Expenditures Ledger & Budget
Amendments
,B. Monthly Financial Report for the
Mdnth of January 2005
IC. Leave Request
:A motion was made by Grant Williams,
seconded by Doyle Daniels and carried to
approve rth persirr.nnl recommendations
as follows:

BL-OUNTSTOWN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
'L.amo:rne Kearce-Request to extend
he+ Ilr~t period of DROP panricipaion
W Ah will end onr May 31. 2005. new rer-
mtior, dalle il re May 31. 2006
.Glenra T.ilmanr-Panicip.ahin in the
DFP)P o gr. ehecti..1 'l I 0C
..,ii reri-.'ii n..cr i 13 l ,- be June 30 v)Li'. "

CAPR SCHOOL
Carol Hand-Participation in the
DFfOP program ene,:i.e March 1, 2005
r.i tirrrmriai.:nr date to be February 28,
S20 PO

BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
',.,-s FPreit.on Bied&soe-Ic no ilrnger
'errmplce, as Cust ,dian He cr.:..e to quit

Gireg J:.rdarn-Reiignailon effective
Friday, April 1, 2005.

BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
mirr, Trueli-R.ec.)mmend lor employ-
me~l as Instruct,:ina Aide icr 2005-2006,
sc i01ol year.
S Kriiin Aiordl-Resionalion ehe.:il.e at
r. ireenrl O irie 2 0i1O-2 5 :.-rncol ear.

ALtHA SCHOOL
Bus Monitor-Request to nire a bus
mri..2l.jr teca3uis r, tire new enrollment of
.a rini.:capped silujder The posilionrn will
C-c-",d U'y lfed eral projleci lurijd
k-aye Srrin--Request;ng permission
t:.. ,e sick leave already donated to her
dupn.g her husbands sickness and aeairi
S-.j r i',,r emergencov ,re surgi r,, and
,.ilr r re5aitr problem;

2005-2006 PERSO!NNEL
RECOMMENDATIONS

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'a i. ..:.n-i. .:.:,:unri. Payable Fi-.:ai
Ieriia Haill. Accu'rits Payable (Filcal

hris Peacock, Federal/ Special. Projects
(Fi ail Assistant)
BFonnie Pitts, Accounts Payable (Fiscal.

*.1:..-, Hall, Payroll/Personnel (Fiscal'
As stantl .
iJUr.=rl a Dawson, Payroll /Personnel (Fiscal '
h .rnr- ".:.ne Secretary to Supt./Asst. Supt.
')ar,a !i, Food Service Assistant (Fiscal
A 3il i3r.li
eFine, Harrell. Adm. Asst. for
Cu~, .uliu T Ir, r.-r :.;..;.r, Support:Services -"
*Ea.,, "iiTi'-...r, Te.,:hnology Specialist/MIS.
,Er : ,ll:,r [ C :,r-,puler Te,:rr,-.:ar,
IJ,-,-, H,II Special Services Assistant
iBeth Hall: Student Records Assistant
.i.: I.,e House, ESE Staffing Assistant .
'U" H'ij"I'. t l.l,,rni.riari,.e SuF'ei r.iSO r
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Keirri, Dar,,l,- 'ri.-:.p Foreman


',,;-'r, Hall DC-i -l Mechanic
farmes E. Maines III. Assistant
leCr.ar': l.larlerrn,:e '.:.r r r

BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
;jf-ir F li TLCTONAL *
SLinda Adams (.50)
tJonathan Alford (.10)
[Dana Ayers
Pam Ayers
.G.'.ern Barwick
AiCr, Betts
eTare" a Brantley-Curl
Em;i.,, Golden
Sidney 3Graner
Quenli. Hener son
,a:l .', H.:'well
SSr.ayee jnnn.:.r
bobby Johns
Amy Jordan
Cindy Kirkpatrick


Rhonda Marshall
Sharon Leonard-McCrone
Loraine McClellan (.80)
Nancy Mears
Keith Owings (.50)
Debra Perdue
David .Pitts, Driver Ed./Coordinator of
Transportation (.80)
Susan Rash (1st Time Professional)
Brenda Stallworth
Dohna Traylor (.10)
Cherie White.
Sandra White
ANNUAL CONTRACT
Tony Beauchamp
Sonya Capps
Joseph Leonard (.67)
Amanda McGhee
Jason Rogers
Keith Summers, General
Support/Curriculum Coordinator
Danny Wise
Ronald Wood (.50)
NON-INSTRUCTIONAL
Brenda Engram, Lunchroom Manager
Traci Basford, TMH Aide
Linda Basquez, Lunchroom Worker
James Cooper, Custodian
Shirley Daniels, Data Entry/Clerical
Jeannine Peacock, Secretary
Patsy Foreman, Custodian
CALHOUN COUNTY ADULT/CARE SCHOOL
INSTRUCTIONAL
Anthony Hall
Jana Hill
Rachel McCoy
Glen Nobles
Boggs Ramsey
Edward Thomas
Mary Ann Williams
NON-INSTRUCTIONAL
George Yon-CARE Aide
PART-TIME
Johnnie Rich

BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
itJS TAL,- TiF 'iL iL
Lr.n a, ~ld,aT, 50)
Jonathan Alford (.20)
Joan Alderman
Georgia Barbee
LUrn Barb.,,
V4.t3 h C- t' r. ,
Stephanie Britt
Tanya Durham
Wendy Eubanks
Cheionell Johns
Billy Jones
Melissa O'Bryan
Keith Owings (.50)
Michael Pratt
Sue Price
Donna Traylor (.17)
Debbie Williams


ANNUAL CONTRACT
Amy Alderman
Nancy Dillmore
Lisa LaWarre
Nicole Marchant
Mary Lou Miller
Neva Miller. General
Coordinator
Casey Taylor


Support/Curriculum


nol.i TRUC TIo'fI4L
Lia Da., ~c,:reiary
Amy Calhoun, Data Entry/Clerical
Glennell Tucker, Lunchroom Manager
Beln,' .Ioeii Luncrhr.j.:,n Worker
,ta: e 1.vlrjiv.i r r.,Bo- i *e.,rpr ~ e '
..-.-i lc 6.-1 4 ee e- Iust:.l-3,a ,
lirl.,an j BI iiue iPu s Dr,..-
Jance Bulzer, Bus Driver
Leatha Bush, Bus Dnver
Clyde Stone, Bus Driver
Lynn Strawn, Bus Driver
Angel Spurling, Instructional Aide
Kim Truett, Instructional Aide

CARR SCHOOL
INSTRUCTIONAL
j.:i,rl r,n a ll.r (.20)

Ruth Barth
T ran,a b .: ,
Robyn Conyers
Bonnie Fagen
D ,.:.rar, Ha, r,
e:l a H a l,: r r ,
LaDona Kelley
Treva McCroan
Ellis Nichols, General ucpp.:.or Currcuirr,
Trn.ar., r ..:- .
Lir,..3 i'I Br, ar,
Lisa O'Bryan
Karen Pitts
Ler. .sniri Ilri T.mr Pr.lt i,-i .' ll i 5 ,1 .
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Roger Williams


ANNUAL CONTRACT :
SPaIT, DeI.-.ier .
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C1r.ni Hani Ser.i-'ary D.ar Emr,r
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S LCiCi reinn ll Lur..:rr:..:m r.1ar 1 ger
Lillie V. Nichols (4.0 hours)
Lavaughn Smith; Lunchroom Worker
'Nancy Newsome, Lunchroom Worker
Linda Yon. Bus Driver
Lisa .'.; rle, Bus Driver
ALTHA SCHOOL
ir TRL.u TiONAL
Melba Adkins
CindyAlday
Jonathan Alford (.10)
'Russell Baggett
Sandra Batson
Mollie Branton
Mark Brogdon
Jan C .arr,.o r.
Arthur .Faurot
Marie Granger
Debbie Griswold
SLeAnna Hall
Kevin Hand
Ge.jrg'.a J:.rn nior.n
Sherry Joyner
Charlotte Lima
Juan Lima
Christi Lovely
Alice Marshall
LCira 3 e P.I.:Cielan (.20)
lar, M,:Ciellan
Melissa McGill
Jaycee Moore
Cindy Nichols
.* David. Pii .Driver Ed./Coordinator
STransportation (.20)
Margaret Sewell.(lst -Time Prqfessional)
Carolyn Shields
Faye Smith.
Lena Smir.n I, Si
RobLie Err,,ir
STinaSmith '
Brian Solger
Cathy Sumner
Lori Tatum
Ami% Vail'ria
Sara Kay Wald.:rm
Winifred Waldorff
Renee Wallace
Linda Watson
Wretha Webb
Millie Williams
Dorothy Wiltse
Charlene Yon
ANNUAL CONTRACT
Sandra Batson


Kristl Dudley
Jason Keene
Heidi Perkins
Shannon Romer
Alyshi Swindle
Kathryn Waldorff,
Support/Curriculum Coordinator.


General


NON -INSTRUCTIONAL
Mary Frank Brooks, Secretary
Veronica Horton, Ed
Paraprofessional/Clerical
Lynette Holt, Data Entry
Mamie Belle Stewart, Lunchroom Manager
Vera Anderson, Lunchroom Worker
Melissa Neal, Lunchroom Worker
Tammie Pitts, Lunchroom Worker
Annette Young, Lunchroom Worker (2 hrs)
Tracy Baker, Custodian (12 Mo).
Teresa Lewis, Custodian (10 Mo)
Phyllis Lord, Custodian (10 Mo)
Broward Pitts; Custodial/ Maintenance
(Being recommended for change from 10 to 12
month position)
Betty Bqwen, Bus Driver
Susan Davis, Bus Driver
Karen Hansford, Bus Driver
Marlene Ellis, Bus Driver
Alvin Webb, Shuttle Bus Monitor/Driver
Annette Young, Shuttle Bus Driver/Monitor
Corey Bush, Bus Driver
Wendy O'Neal, Bus Driver
BLOUNTSTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
INSTRUCTIONAL
Esther Alford
Joe Alford
Jonathan Alford (.40)
Phyllis Bailey
Dresa Barfield
Tarsha Battle
Starla Baggett
Vicki Bennett
Paulette Bryant
Jerry Daniels
Ragina Daniels
Rub, D,.;i
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Delores Faircloth
Linda Flanders
Melody Frye
Alicia Goodman
Wendy Guilford
Patty Hayward
Juanice Johnson
Cathy Kimbrel
Janice Lilly
Danita McClellan
Glen McClellan
Kim Peacock
Mary Tern Reid
James Rogers
Sandy R.gers
Sherri Shuler
Debbie Stone
Tracie Taylor
Glenda Tillrnan
Karen Tomlinson
Donna Traylor (.73)
Sandy Willis
Tracy Wood
ANNUAL CONTRACT
Pam Bozeman, General
Support/Curriculum Coordinator
Joan Daniels
Brooke Hali
Lamoine Kearce
Robyn Parrish Hill
Cara Mitchell
DeAnna Ridley
Janet Tomlinson
Lisa Tumminello
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Heidi Bishop., Data Entry/lerical/Shuttle
Bus Driver
Renee Patei Media Clerk
Fay Brown, Custodian
Cynthia Burkes. Custodian
Jimmy Layfield, Custodian/ Maintenance
Shirley Burke, Bus Driver
Carolyn Yon, Bus Driver
Helen McClendon, Bus Driver
Johnnie Hathaway, Bus Driver
Ivan Nissley. Bus Driver
Sr. rr,i Njorri Bui Dr.;.-i
C r.-ll. Ta,I.:.i jBu; Dr.. ,I I
Clir '.n'.m .r, Lu',,:r, r ,:.,', t.tan3qi
Betty Barfiell. LI',, t.-rr,.,jn i W.I .rl.r
Ethel -r.:.m,-n Lur.:rr,-:.,: r i i.,rjrl r
Faye f. ,:Le rn1::-, Lunr, r,'.:.Cr, I l ',i ,r er
Rosa. I :.',r Lr ri: r rnr.::rm 'VO:rl. r
.Georg M.:.:..re Luri or' .:,n L';...ri-
A ni-,.i.:rn was made by Volena
Barfield te.':,nded tl \i,- Brrwn and
carried o i p pr.:..e I pr2:.p.:0..i.l 20:05
2006 school calendar. ::
Mrs. Paula WVilr from PaEC ga.e
ineir annu.ii repon .
A noi-:..n was mrrade Cy Doyle Daniels,
secornded by Grant Williams and carried
Ic. app'ro.'e the d amenan-eril c:cri,-ernirn
inlernei uiagei t, Ire empile,ee r hanr
book.
A motion was made by Willie Brown,
sec..ndi:-d by Grant Williams and carried
c10 pro.. re iriPr:ojects, Plans and
AcIreerrmerts asoi lui.:'.\" .
iA Bc.nrus or Reaihng Enarorsement
in the am.:unt ol $2000
(BI Impro,.jng Liter 3:v, Tnrr.,ul-i Library
Omnriing iC i PAEC Agreemenr Plan
DIi Disitrni Giji.anc, Plan
E)l Carl Pernrs Proje't Amendment-
Roll Forward'Funds
Addilior, (F) Panhandle Management
Development Network
(PMDN) Membership.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seonrided b/ Willie Brown.and
carried to approve the re-districting of
School Board District 3.
A motion was made by Willie Brown,
secconded b'i Do),ie Dani;el ard Cclred Ic.
approve the Communications
International, Inc. as the sole source
provider for the Homeland Security Sole
Source-Mobatix Securit., Camera System
for ouir ,"cho.: 1s


Superintendent' Neves discussec
school bus transportation and fuel cost for
field trips and student competition trips.
SVolena Barfield would like to discuss the
cost of fuel with the County Commission
because of mutual concerns.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Grant Williams and
carried lo approve ih. Classroom for Kids
Certiic.ii,on an AIIoC.naln LSI
Addition to the agenda: Scotts
Building-Superintendent Neves ask the
Board Members to be making their own
asesssments on the building for possibly
of purchasing 11 101 office spaces
A motion was made for the
Blountstdwn Middle School band mem-
bers to go on a reward field trip to
Vaidosla Georgia on May 21, 2005 and
Blourntstovn High School band members
to go on a reward field trip to New Orleans
Louisiana on May 13-15, 2005. The
request died for lack of a second.
Volena Barfield made a motion to
approve two band trips to Valdosta
Georgia. Motion dies for lack of a second.
Superintendent Neves will meet with
Band Director Keith Owings and Principal
Ronnie Hand to discuss the matter and
make a decision. She wIIl then poll the
Board Members.
A motion was made by Grant Williams,
seconded by Doyle Daniels and carried to
adjourn.


2nd pl Doug Crane
3rd pl Steve Whitfield
4th pl Chad Flowers
Foot Races
Boys 6-11 yrs. Kevin Ping



Wedding

the groom, wore a white little
bride's dress with a train and
tiara. Ring bearer, Johnny,
cousin of the bride wore a tuxedo
matching the groomsmen.
The Matror/of Honor was Mrs.
Dawn Herring, cousin of the
bride.
The bride, then entered wear-
ing an elegant, strapless, satin A-
line gown with a split back,
.:accented with hand-beaded trim.
She was escorted into the sanctu-
ary by .her father;. Mr. Carlton
groom then lit the, unity candle
while the bride sang "When You
Say Nothing At All" to her smiling
groom. The ceremony was con-
cluded with a prayer over the
couple and the introduction of
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Allen Russ.
Following the wedding was a
church reception, catered by Mrs.
Marie Granger and culinary arts
students of Altha School as well
as a reception party at the Elks
Lodge of Marianna given by Steve
and Sue Miller. Gary and Sandy
Plant, Chuck and Janie Nolan,
Bill and Betty Sue Paramore,
Owen and Beck'C Gnmslevy, and
Larry and Debbie Cloud.
Mitt hell and Meagan are
awaiting filal orders from the
United States Marine Corps after
N ihtictil's 21i-d drl-i]', iile[nt belunc
a permanent I', int station will be
presented.


Early Education

will meet June 6

in Panama City

Early Education and Care, Inc.
will hold their monthly Board
meeting on Monday, .June 6, at
12:00 p.m. at the EEC-Training
Room 1. Panama City. The tenta-
live agenda will-be: Financial
Report, Committee Reports and
JWH Merger. For more inforam-
tion regarding this meeting or
agenda. contact Early Education,
and Care. Inc. a'. 872-7550. ext.
2246.


12 yrs. & over Josh Hagen
40 yrs. & over Woody Cumbie
The results of the General Lee
Jamboree on May 21 & May 22 at
Tri-State Off Road Park were as
follows:
Mud Races
Street Modified Sand Drags
1st pl Jimmy Mathes
2nd pl Heidi Fowler
3rd pi Sonny Adams
4th pl David Hysmith
4 & 6 Cylinder
1st pl Johnny Shadrick
2nd pl Joey Wise
3rd pl Steve Whitfield
Powder Puff
1st pl Renee Cumbie
.2nd pl Dawn Herron
3rd pl Allison Shadrick
4th pl Shonda Johnson
Street Legal
1st pl Mike Daniels
2nd pl Steve Whitfield
3rd pl Ronnie Stanley
4th pl Karl Halling
Street Modified
1st pl Jimmy Mathes
2nd pl Paul Herron
3rd pi Woody Cumbie
4th pl David.Hysmith
Consistency
1st pl Johnny Shadrick


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3rd pl Steve Whitfield
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2nd pl Steve Whitfield
3rd pl Johnny Shadrick
4th pl Keith-Yon
Street Legal
1st pl Ronnie Stanley
2nd pi Debbie Flowers
3rd pl Tommy Arnold
4th pl Kenny Price
38.5 & down
1st pl Holly Fowler
2nd pl David Sauls
3rd pl Doug Crane
4th pl Chad Flowers
39 & Up
1st pl Kenneth Fowler
2nd pl Pastor Jason Lowery
3rd pl Millard Levins
4th pl Tim Wade
Open
1st pl Noah Dillard
Foot Races
Boys 6-11 yrs. Kevin Ping
Girls 6-11 Christina Hall
Boys 12 & over Chris Cumbie
Girls 12 & over Melanie. Dame
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VICTORIA GRACE SHORES
iMiss Victoria Grace Shores, 17
month old baby girl, passed away
Saturday, May 28, 2005 at her
.residence. Victoria loved going to
SWild Adventure, playing with her
two sisters and taking a bath.
Though she only lived a short
while on this earth, she will forev-
er remain in the hearts and lives
i of those who loved her.
Victoria was preceded in.deali
by her great-grandfathers: Marl ie
SJustice, J.J. Young. Bill Adams,
and Son Shores; great-grand-
Smothers: Miriam Shores and
j Louise Creamer and her great-
Suncle .Thamer Toole.
Survivors include her parents:
Ted and Michelle Shores, of
Kynesville: two sisters: Brittany
and Brooke Shores, of Kynesville:
great-grandmother. Bertha
Justice. of Cottondale: maternal
grandparents: Bobby and Janie
SAdkins, of Altha: paternal grand-
Sparents: Sidney and Cathleen
Shores, of.Kynesville: four uncles:
Allen Tolbert and wife Gwen. of
Texas. Buster Tolbert and
Darlene, of Sarasota, Dewayne
Tolbert and wife. Darlene. of
Altha and Robby Adkins, of Altha:
four aunts: Marilyn Boggs and
husband Clint, of Kynesville,
Beverly Shores, of Kynesville.
Tina Barrentine, of Kynesville
and Teresa Bodiford and hus-
band, Steve, of Altha and numer-
ous cousins.
Funeral services were held at
10:00 a.i.m. Tuesday, 1.MaN :31.
2005 at the First Assnembhl of God
Church in Cottondhle vi.-'h 'the
Rev. Dewayne Tolbert arid James
Lamb olffciating Interment fol-:
lowed in Cottondale First
Assembly of God Church
Cemetery.
Hall Funeral Home in Altha
FL was in charge of-the arrange-
ments. 850-762-3965.

DORIS LOUISE HOWELL,
Mrs. Doris Louise Howell, age
76 of Altha, FL died Thursday,


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The Cost of Following Jesus
Text: Luke 14:25-35
Roy Angell tells about a missionary on
lurlOugh trom Airica She was hnome it
enroll her three children in an American
School Then she planned on leaving Ihe
Scinldren and going tack to Africa
Al a gong away partly. one remarked.
I am sure :,'u are anious Io gel Dack io
vour mi; sion field "
The missionar', replied 'No. I am nol
anxious 10 gel back. The place of which I
am going ii durlv There are no electric
lights. There are noa -n:odern con'.eniences
whatsoever. There is no pure water I will
be cooking on my wood stove while weep.
ing ,ecau.se my children are so far away.
I ,il rte desperairl,' l,'rnesorrme for hem
and wondering ii any are sick. I will
remenriber 11 will be three years before I.
see them, and templed lo tell:the Lord Ihal
I can't slanr I i and I am going home Bul I
am more anxious to do the Lord's will than
ar,.,i rr els'e .
is Inerie a cisr of -ollcwrng Jesus? To'
hear many preacnhers lell I. you would not
t-nnk so VWe oien near trial iI %,ou will just
h'. e enough tairh rat lJesus .ill 5io'.e all
ot your problenis Ql.ing ou nealiih.
Vei31h and pro-sperily
Bul inal i. noir whal Jesus told Hs fol-
lt:.'ers in Luke 14 '5-35 In fact His exact
words were, ".. Any of you who does nor
give up everything He has cannot be My
disciple (NIV).'" :
Jesus pr,:m;sed us mTanr wonderful
blessings. But a trouble free iret was not
one *.4i ihem In lact we will otzlen surier
n. implvbecause we are doing j nriai is right.
- ollowi. ri Christ.
Let's not get this confused with salva-
ir'.n Sal.aiiorn i; free II dloe' noi 'coi l
anyirhing Bui doiciplesihip iniowing Jesus
afier we are saved will cost us everything
we have.
SRyan AlcDc'upa ,is a icensed.
ordained Free \\i'i B6aptist Mnlsner nhost-
rng Bible study in the home. For'more
,ircrmailon i:cal 6 --J 635 1


May 26. 2005 at her home. Mrs.
Howell was born in Pearson, FL
and had lived in Calhoun County
since 1990 coming from
Sebastian, FL. She was a home-
maker and a member of the
Macedonia First Baptist Church
near Altha, FL.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Harold Lloyd Howell of
Altha: one son, Robert Lloyd
Coxwell of Deltona, FL; two
daughters: Linda Joyce Thomas
of Blountstown, Susan Kay
Haynes of Vancouver, WA; five
brothers: Walter Cox of Pierson,
FL; Louis Cox of Valdosta, GA,
Wilfred Cox of Seville, FL, David
Cox of Barbourville, FL, Howard
Cox of Crescent City,'FL: six
grandchildren and twelve, grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, May 28, 2005 at 2:00
p.m. (CDT) from the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Dan Thomas and Rev. Howard
Cox officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the Macedonia Cemetery
near Altha.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home :in
Blountstown, FL. 850-674-2266.,


SKeep God

In Your Heart
bvyRev. R W. W Waterman

Our Offensive Weapon
Revelation 19:14
In Ihe Chrislian lire we do nor have r'.
be occupied with mililar.,' sioene and lia-
ie'; in order io Igrit our enemy and deieat
rim.
We ha'.e a c:rinquernrg W arrior wrh
goes b'hojre us when ric, sile Ii rce',
assemble rhemselve.i again-i i1 chrisil
has the o called arm, oft nea.eri walr Hmrr
in the .baite o Arn-m~grddo.r t.uTl ihe d.oe.-
n't need ihem toi ignr
Jesus on His wrh- horse rwill saile on
'he t.':unri cf 01'.-c w*ir, H,- arm, ire
o'.erconmers ano mart/rsi hu'.ering in Ihe
a3i D1enrid HTim.
He dlsrounis la.es His enemies and
at His W.V.rd ir r.l:. unil o Ol .eoi piiisl
forming a Valley dCwnr, ire center Ifor ihe
fleeing remnant.
As His enemies charge toward Him,
judgment is proclaimed from His mrronuln
and the flesh of each person in this Battle
of the nations decays, is consumed, while
they island ,:nr ineir ifeel
Their eyes decay in their sockets and
their tongues decay in their mouths
among the screams of pain and agony.
People drop like fi,a, their boJies pile up
all over me Dalllefield as 10oo0 IIOws like a
rver .
J.-.hn iells us trial irch nmne by vhirch
Jesus is called a warrior, is the Word .:.1
GC:. By His Word the enemy is defeated.
It was so when.our Lord was in ire wilder-
ness, when He sTi.:d j bef.re Lazarus
tomb, when the.possessed .man was
healed, when He rose from the dead, and
it will be so when He defeats re .armr' of
.the evil one.
God's Word is sharper than any.dou-
ble-edged sword -Hebrews 4:12., We
musI s5an. Iirm and rePl 1cur cause upon
His -,'ord. God's W.:,rd is Ihe only oter,-
sise weapon we need


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Poplar Head Baptist
Homecoming June 4-5

Poplar Head Baptist Church at
Clarksville, would like to invite
everyone to come and help cele-
brate their 120th Homecoming on
June 4-5.
Saturday night festivities will
begin at 5:00 p.m. for a special
time of visiting and reminiscing.
At 6:30 all will enjoy the music of
Buddy Smith and. the Rivertown
Girls, following which desserts
will be served in the fellowship
hall.
Sunday services will begin at
.10:00 a.m. with singing and
recognition of former and visiting
pastors. Lunch will be served
immediately after the service.
Everyone is encouraged to stay
and participate in the afternoon
service consisting of music by
local talent and special moments
of remembering the past.
Please, plan to come and, cele-
brate with us this very special
time in the life of Poplar Head
Baptist Church.

Page Pond will host
"Kid Fest in Altha

Page Pond Assembly of God
will be s[po.,'h iiih(i r a c i niiini. i,-
wide outreach on Saturday June
4. Part of this special day will
include a free Kid Fr-i oil the


south-end of the Altha Public
School campus.
The Kid Fest will begin at
10:00 a.m. and offer such activi-
ties as games, puppet shows,
relays, a moonwalk, and snacks.
We welcome area children ages
12 and under to come and partic-
ipate in this fun event.
Also included in the outreach
will be a free carwash held from
11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Altha
and free drinks offered at area
intersections. All are invited to a
Saturday evening service begin-
ning at 7:00 p.m. at the church
which is located on Murdock
Drive in the Shelton's area.

Kinard camp meeting
planned June 5-10

Pastor. Carlton ICain and con-
gregation of Kinard. Community
Holiness Church wish to invite
you to join us for this year's
campmeeting June 5th Ju'ne
10th at 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m;
We are expecting visitoring minis-
ters and. Singers from several
states and surrounding counties.
It is a great time of \.i.c -ii, and
R Ill-..'- hipi. W e are *, .'r lin(
good air.-.uilrd preaching .iil t.1.1
-time singing and ,.r'r ~.il of t]he
Lord.
There will be a free. meal
served after r I. li i, i. ; and we
would'love for you: ti('ioin us lfol
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The .'eim loi.Irllii
reunion of the PEACOCK
ASSOC I \TION OF TtHE
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the Mlanr-li l.ak- Mary, J
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For 4 Frnenrl Quote Call
674-5333
Vickery-O'Bryan

INSURANCE
603 N. Main St., Blountstown, FL
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Blountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


Sunday Sen ices
Sunday Scholl...J:45F AM
Morning W\or~hip... I 1:1 AM
Evening W\rship...5::3i1 PM
\Wednesda\ Serice...7:i1)0 PM


Hwy, 20 West
1,.1rh Street i :
Blountstown, FL
850-674-4331


Meaningful Bible Study... ...... .. 9 15 AM
Exciting Worship........................... I 1 :00 AM
Bible Study & Worship. ............. 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study.... 6.30 M

L Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown

First Baptist Church
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
:STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


If you have any questions,
please feel free to call us at 674-
7462.
The church is located on Hwy.
392, (old Scotts Ferry Road),
Kinard, Fl.

Glory Hill hosting camp
meeting, homecoming
Glory Hill Church will hold its
30th annual Campmeeting and
Homecoming June 5th 10th
with two services daily at 10:30
a.m. and 6:30,p.m. Preaching will
be provided by several ministers,
along with lots of local singers.
Come and be' blessed Breakfast
,and lunch will be served daily.
The church is located 5 miles
north .of Clarksvilleon Hwy. 73.
For more information call Pastor
William R. Adams at 762-8301.

Vacation Bible School
June 6-10, 1st Baptist
Vacation Bible School will be
held at First Baptist Church of
Blountstown (hext to Rrcinil'n
Bank) June 6-10 from 8 a.m. to
12 noon.
All' clillri.-n preschool to just
finished sixth grade are invited to
our "tRamblin' Road Trip" tlli,
summer! R-i',,'.hii' Il game's.


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liallahiasscc Mcinori -ial Hospi.tal t liiin .

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Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines

'Laban Bontrager, IDMD


Family Dentistry

1 761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Br-l l, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417


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North8: B1 lAM & i. in,; I'MI

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St. Mary Missionary

Baptist Church
16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
850-674-8716
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM



SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD

15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
*Q .SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
S SundaySchool (10:00AM ibli' udl :. "tli
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidl r-'H )li I ii I'
PASTOR Children's Church 1 1:()0 AM
482-4825 E..- n rh, I' ,, 510 PM w w.dtapps.com/SOuthside
CHURCH PHONE Il' ,un, l., h lC/Shsidei
C O674-88 and Church 10AM-12Noon
674-8884


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


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


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FRuneral Home & Crematory
S "People You Can Trst" :,


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line Monday Noon I

ease Fax or Email

and crafts are all part of the fun!"
Children, Monday's color is
blue, so wear something blue for
extra points. Also, bring a white t-
shirt for Monday's craft. you'll
love it.
Call First Baptist Church at ,
674-5923 for more details. For a
ride or more information, call-'
Marshall and Cami Masai at 674-
6828.

Gateway Baptist hosting
benefit cookout June 3
A Benefit Cookout, sponsored,.
by Gateway Baptist Church wil;-
be held Friday, June 3, beginning
at 11:00 a.m. Plates will consist.,i
of grilled chicken with sides for a: "'
$5.00 donation. Plates can be,:
picked up at the church and pro"
ceeds will go toward 1t
Benevolent Fund.

St. Francis hosting inside:
sale Saturday, June 4 :.
S1. Francis Church at 164981
SW Gaskin St. (located between;
McDoin.ilil .ind The Bank on Hwy.
20) in Blountstown will be having'
an' IIn i Sale ari(l Biaked g.'i
for sale at th1 old chapel '9
Saturday. J.uh to 1:00 pi' .
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The County Record, JUNE 1, 2005, Page 12

Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPENINGS

The School board of Calhoun County is accepting applications
for the following positions for the 2005-2006 school year.
Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
located at 20859 Central Avenue E., Rm. G20, Blountstown,
Florida.

PRINCIPAL. ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL
PRINCIPAL. BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Masters Degree from an accredited institution
Certification in Educational Leadership, School Principal,
:or Administration and Supervision
Minimum of three (3) years successful instructional
.experience required
:COMPENSATION: Based orl Board Approved Salary Schedule

POSTING DATE: MAY 31, 2005/3:00 PM CDT

APPLICATION DEADLINE: JUNE 9, 2005/3:00 PM CDT

Questions concerning this job opening mnay be directed to Mrs.
-MarySue Neves, Superintendent or Gary Cox, Director of
-Special Services

-Employment will be contingent upon fingerprints being cleared
by FDLE.

iEmployment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
:religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.

Superintendent reserves the right to'recommend transfer within
:the system for this position.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
June 1, 2005


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications
for the following position:

Elementary Teacher

Terms of Employment: 10 months, 37.5 hours per week
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule and
Experience
Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate State of Florida
Certification
Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be .'
returned to the School Board office by 12:00 Noon. June 6,
2005.
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at
Altha Public School or the School Board Office.
Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Harriett Peacock, Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race.
.religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Oppor.uniry Employer
June 1.2005


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

'The Calhoun County School Board is accepting applications for
the following position:

Agriculture Teacher

Terms of Employment: 10 months
'Salary: Commensuraie with Current Salary Schedule
* Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate Certification and Highly
Qualified '
* Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by 12:00 Noon, June 6,
2005.
* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves. Superintendent or Ronnie Hand, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status..
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE,
Equal Opportunity Employer
June 1, 2005

Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

The Calhoun County School Board is accepting applications for
the following position:

Physical Education Teacher, Head Baseball
Coach, and Assistant Football

*Terms of Employment: 10 months
* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
* Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate Certification and Highly
'Qualified
* Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may. be
returned to the School Board office by 12:00 Noon, June 6,
2005.
* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to
Ronnie Hand, Principal or Mrs. Mary Sue Neves,
Superintendent.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer .
_June 1,2005


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications
for the following position:

Physical Education Teacher
and Head Basketball Coach

Terms of Employment: 10 months, 37.5 hours per week
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule and
Experience
Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate State of Florida
Certification
*Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse.. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by 12:00 Noon, June 6,
'2005.
* A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Altha Public School or the School Board Office.
* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Harriett Peacock, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.


DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer


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June 1, 2005


FO A U OTEEPCS


Get A New Taj
Homn
'Ae'- e ot an artful mnl of irre'
Traditional to ContemporarN -a
Read,\ to find some fabulous ne
things for \our home-?
Call me toda\....
Deborah Stephens
850-674-7508
.-?


Install Standing Seam
Metal Roofs
* Continuous Aluminum Gutters
All Types Commercial
Construction


Lie ff C o-j.j : 4 yI : .-.: i --.toi.lJ


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We have a good selection
of books and CDs at
great pnces.
C.OiTempornart Crsirsian CDs-
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Christian Bookstore ^'Al. Frir
Bt~lc"
HOURS:
Monday -Thursday (9:00-3:00)
Friday & Saturday (9:00-12:00)
Before and After Church Services
19359 SR 71 North Blountstown, FL 32424 850


NISSLEY'S


WE CAN REPAIR MOST ANY LAWN MOWER ,7


IVAN NISSLEY "T
former owner of Nissley's Garden Center


j 16609 SE Pear Street Blountstown, FL


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-674-5747


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

The Calhoun County School Board is accepting applications for
the following position:

Guidance Counselor

Terms of Employment: 10 months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate Certification and Highly
Qualified
Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by 12:00 Noon, June 6,
2005.
Questions concerning this job opening maybe directed to
Ronnie Hand, Principal or Mrs. Mary Sue Neves,
Superintendent or Ronnie Hand, Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity 'Employer
June 1,2005


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)f Blountstown, Inc.
674-4161
actionn of Hwy. 71 & 69 N.
ring All Your Automotive
Repair Needs

V* JANITROL
W" MANITOWOC Ice Machines
HOSCHIZAKI IceMachines


RIGERATION
* Heating & Cooling
e Machines & Cold Storage
SBLOUNTSTOWN, FLA
OR 674-8634
e, Owner/Operator
TOP CMCI49.46-ER00026OO 98 -MV 21777


.-AUDIO, INC.
DIO & VIDEO
AUDIO & VIDEO co,,ale
ELECTRONICS I i, /5es,
CARPETING o
)W TINTING c t,
I'THING 12 VOLT so, &'it,
lathew Layfield sElrea s
i74-6363
Blountstown, FL 32424






litioning & Insulation
Area For 21 Years
and Sales Deportment
Blountstown, Fla.

r4-4777


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Autos Homes
Sales and Service of Ic
HWY. 20 WEST --
674-8538
George Whit
CERIllPIF Mim ANICAL COlTR&AC


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Williams Home Improvements : SOUND OFF
Serving Calhoun County Since 1990 .-


"No Job Too Big or Small" NO MONEY '
CONCRETE WORK UP FRONT ,
LANDSCAPING PAY UPON
PRESSURE CLEANING COMPLETION
CERAMIC TILE HONEST DEPENDABLE
SEAMLESS GUTTERS FREE ESTIMATES
PAINTING
SCREEN ENCLOSURES 8
Res. Contractor Lic r002551 Coniractor Roofing Lic #002550


CHIPOLA TURF FARMS, LLC
882 HWY. 71 S., KINARD. FL 32449


Centipede & Palmetto 5t, Auustie

dss mEEEESS


fax: 850-639-4384


850-639-6805


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EPa iCnica.,on 850-674-2796 Shop
"."6, 9 850-674-9175 Home


Parrish Appliance, Heating & Cooling, Inc.
SServicing All Brands Faclorv Trained & STate Ceritied
17064 N.E. Morgan Tucker Rd., Allha. Florida
SRefrigerators Stoves Dishwashers Ice Makers .
:. Microwaves Washers Dryers Air Conditioning
SFactory Authorized Warrant)' Services ior GE, Whirlpool, & Frigiaire '
12


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MARINE
BOAT
WINDC
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Owner: MN

(850)6
19320 SR 20 West,


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LICENSED DRILLERS
SALES & REPAIRS


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Full Time Offce
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The County Record, JUNE 1, 2005, Page 13


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ChipolaCollcip-
Criminal JusticeT.1111ti in;' CellteI

BASIC LAW
SENFORCEN\IENT &
CROSSOVER FROM
CORRECTIONS TO
LAW ENFORCE IMENT
Purt-timneAcLdj:tllk, S. rr
June 29, 2005
Cl/as.sn's till mnet( four hot rs c daily
? I. tI -.12:30:p m. .
5:30p.m.-9 -rip in "
.l-,I' n iiii ,' ,lJn.,,ii. June 27
l & (A residentss N) (Out--Statc Tuition ..
/S.- -/ -247 718-228,6 _


WANTED




Seeking: a house noi a trailer, 3 or 4.
bdr anriwhere in C.aihoriu Courir, Looking
t:' rern or reni to own. ne.ed ASAP. If you
lknovv .o:i one or have. ne ,;.:ur ei cont.,ra-l
me at 850-674-1094..


Family of 4, with pets, -looking for a 3 or
4 bdr. house or doublewide in Calhoun
Coun', Will consider 'fi'xer.uCpp r" in
exchange for partial rent. References
available. Call 643-5560..
**** *** ****** *


M&W Self Storage

RENTALS"

7 Days A Week Service
5x1 .,.$20* 10x1 0...$40
1 10x20...$80
*** NO DEPOSIT **
CALL 272-0096 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8597


HELP WANTED


WANTED: Skilled Carpenter's &
Helpers. Must have own tools and good
transportation. Call Randy at 674-5678.
************
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!
No experience required. CDL Training is
now available in your area. Covenant
Transport has immediate openings for
entry-level semi drivers. Our.avg Drivers
earn more than $36K first year.. OTR
Regional runs get you home weekly. Train
for top pay call Today 1-866-280-5309.


SI BOATS & MOTORS r


Boat, motor, & trailer: 16' Ranger Bass
Boat, with 62" beam, side console,.front and
rear deck, rod box, aerated live wells, bilge
pump (auto), running lights, remote control
search light, fold down seats with umbrella
holders and umbrella, pole holders, S/S
anchor rates, 1'8 gal. Tempo fuel tanks,
bailer, net' .:arpet Envinrude trolling.
rnuiori It:..:.t c..nlr.il paddles, poles, etc.,
2001 Mercury motor, 75 HP ELPTO, 3
la,e i, S prop rr,.i:,lr cover; Wonder State
-r.ailer wir ja: pare tire and. bracket.
Ready to.fish, $5,000 OBO Call Lucretia
Porter at 7C.2'-'81. lea.e Tme ;eage. Bbat is
n Bi.:uni-.lO r n .


14' Plywood batou, 20 hp Mercury arid
trailer. Cal[ 674-34-, :
*************.**


LOST & FOUND


Lost dog, Miniature Pinscher, near
Calhouin-Liberty Hospital, answers, to
Jake..Call 674-3756.


FOR SALE


Happy Jack Kennel Dip II: treats fleas,
ticks, mange, stop scratching &
gnawing without steroids. Contains
NO solvent. Biodegradable! ALTHA
FARMERS COOP, 762-8749.
****************

Above ground pool, 18', 52" high, $500.
Call 762-4193.
**** **********

Refrigerator, 18 cu. ft., with ice maker,;
like new, used only 3 months. $250 firm.
Call 674-4770.
************ ****
China cabinet, nice, all wood, $425.
Call 674-1652.
****************
Lift up chair, electric, like new. Call
643-5486.
********** ****

Soloflex, with bands and adjustable
bench, asking $100. Call 643-2398:
****************

Items for sale Black Delta guitar with
gray quick-release Fort Bryan strap,
n.:iu.irinq p rijle.J .ca an d beginner book.
I t ri t',r a je,,nr, ir- and is in good
condition, 1' 110 OBO. t ,..auiiulI ,ion,-n-irr ,.Jei
'ei -..L.iue. nl,-,r l pre-civil war gown, size
10, 1 ju:r eei-.- a crinoline, 15i OBO.; a
t.br r,,1 rc- H '&, I n, i r. :.r.. pC :'.ra .,-l- alburr, _-
Ir r,i3uior,i I... Ele:iri' .uii. r Df".;LD L.,B B.r.n
C'- 19 J,.hr rr. r,: rd in
,,r-,ld nul ,':,ri.]ilr:,r, i- C 1l 6 .5.* 3 --i'


.Mac Tool Box large iiir, co:,r, t'imple set
of hand tools. C. ll Ciu.:i:e I 6-I -J. .90or
643-8210..
***********f*--
Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty. S150.

S"6 *" '* *

pc. full/queen bedroom set. Ne inn
boxes, .sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783.
****************
CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250. Brand
re solid wood. 850-222-9879.
****************

New leather sofa and. loveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-21'13.
*********** *** *
NEW BEDROOM SET: e_,wauiuit, cirrr,
L:LouJ- Prhlipp, 8-piece wood King sleigh
bed; dresper mirror, chest, 2 -nqgrli.na:.
.Sug. I'. '1-f1600, .e i '.:.r..,i' 850-545-71.12.
** ***** *****
NEW Brand Narnme Kinr r.liire.-. Sel
$25'0, in irct,:,r,, ,t,~ai- warranly
8..0..425.8 ;374.
-.**********.**v*. ..

NEW QUEEN malirese and bat,;e ever
used. in uncrpenend planIC. i .1lusi sell, $125.
850-545-7112.
*'.* ** **'*-* * *,

FORMAL DINING ROOM:- Brand new
cherry table with 6 chair: e..rj ligh-ed china
cabinet. $3K relaii. s e l.:r $.99
850-425-837-4.


YARD SALE


Moving garage sale, Sat., 7:00 a.m. at
17752 Charlie Johns St.


Yard sale, Sat., 7:00 until 1:00 a-l 18839
NE Roy Golden Rd., under carport. Men
and women clothing in 'various sizes,
books, household items and lots more.
Free magazines while they last, good stuff,
reasonably priced. Rain or shine.
****************
Yard sale, Sat., 8:00 12:00 at 20156 NE
Hentz Ave: Many misd. items.
********** *****

Yard sale Fri. & Sat., at 17409 Church St.
************ **** ..

Yard sale Eali h u.:.,-: and 1 ~.:,I hop
C.l-.narE.ad .ui' TI.-l.II tbul.Jn3 r, uppil.hei -'I"00-'
F 15f C, r.1 Fr .1 r.i er :, fireplace lr,' ri,'
,.,:. ,:..- ,Id ,irr i.iri r,_ etc. 8:00 a.m at
17595 NE Pear St. nearBlountstown
Elementary School..:


STUMP GRINDING
Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
Call Chris Nissley

674-8081 orCell:643-8561


SERVICE S


Mack Lawn Service & Pressure
Washing Etc. Call Hm., 762-9209; Ceil.
- 850-209-5792; or cell: 850-209-7574,
Neal McDaniel (son).






LIKE YOU WANT IT!


ht on 'Rord


HELP WANTED
BLOUNTSTOWN AREA
Drivers with C.D.L.
Class A or B
Roll-Off Trucks
Experienced Heavy
Equipment Operator
Must be Insurable

Please Apply at:
Waste Recyclers
15888 SW Silas Green Road
SBlountstown, FL"

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at

800-847-6422


ThrcougtA M3y 29 2005
2005 Nextel Cup


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CARS & TRUdKS


Mazda Miyata Cliit: c.:.rienit.le., inted
window. aurornia,,: rn i -i- Il.:,r' CD pla',er
radio, AC' eirl-: ,-ri., and3:.rs blaci leather
seats.. l ,ellrn, .-,:.irii.:orn r 'e.J,' nr-
owner. Call Lu.: ic la Porter at 762-8915;
leave a r-,.r:. :; :


Mercury Cougar, :1t'8', 302, blue, good
interior, PS. PW iiii ..r,,- e, nice pain Ir:T,:,
great condition, needs new fuel pump
Asking $500 OBO0 Call 674-8828.



FREE PETS


Puppies, Rotweiler mixed. Free to
good home. Call 674-3895 dr 643-7598. -
****** ***--*** '*- "
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SFree kittens. i.:; r gqioo hon,: 6-7 wei6k
old. Call '-4 854-, or 67-. 119 1
** **** *** **
Two precious, playful kittens ,ck;,ig
loving home. V/J:.rn,-.,. \e nrne,3 .rn,
c.-:,nipite, litter box trained. Boir nta e
rc aii,,ri i Kier,en C.,,:.A iill :i ri n heir cwarW
-r ,.e I. :. .:4i, .an.r re'ad, 1, g,,.e awa'f
C l1 6,4 - '. '; ,i r,.:.. an,.i wer, lt av
message and your call will be returned.
******* ***.**** '

PETS FOR SALE


Male Chihuahua, 2 yrs. rid Needsa
place with a yard. $25: Call. 674-8652. .&


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The County Record, JUNE 1, 2005, Page 14


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts land
Co., Inc., the holder of the following certificate
hjs filed said certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of the
properly, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 82 Year of Issuance: 2002
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: I.ols 2. 3. &
4. Block 3. McClellan's subdivision to rie Town
ofBlountstown. Florida and being a part of the
Northeast 1/4 of Section 32. Township I
North. Range 8 West.
:NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Jerry
SM!rglewski. c/o Virginia Merglewski. HC 1.
S Box 1220. Tecumsch. MI 65760.
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
still be redeemed according to law the
roperty described in such certificate shall be
SSOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
door on the 71h day ol' Jly. 2005, at 10:00
A M: CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
S-~CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
May 18. 25: June 1. 8. 2005




- N THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH-
-JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No: P04-077
S N-RSi: ESTATE OF
S THOMAS A ADA3MMS, NDeeased
S NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"*bhe adtamllstomraon f the elstae of Thomias
A, Adams. d XCale., whbse (date ifa death was
July 2t, a24. i, s cIpenditng ina We CireitL Caoutt
tar Calhoun Coiula. itoltdit, Potbalte DUNisonn,
cthe address o' wl-ihiti its ,5f;SM Coentirl Aweaa
East, Romni Vi: BSK.lanlahsiewn Fledda 32424.
The naiitaes land aidisasse, ali') kthe personal
: ,--. .. !t. l tl e personal l

All ectdlliors -"I K Ia other perisonsi
having laitm- .... -.. aast decent's
estate on wihei a icopy n ihis notice is
required to hbe seadl It 'h t file their claims
with this court WtTltI pE TiHE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIf NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dteedent and other
persons having I: i' or. demand ,- :L' ,
decedent's estate i'i.1 file their i lalin:. .ih
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE'FIRST I I .1: Ai'l OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS N_- rILET, '\'ITilii THE TIME
E LI.I:. SET FC.r-f I i :2F '- I.,:I. 733.702
CF i'Ht FLORID', I i'.''.'T t ,' I E WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING *THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH. ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
S 2) YEARS OR' MORE AFTER THE
t. t'.:. l' E'ril -. DATE OF DEATII IS BARRED.
S- 'he date of the first publication is May 25.

200 : .., I.I *hrll '-, n ,_
r, r.1,ar ern rl o1, o. ':'

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I Julie Ann Somrnhathy
Allornev for Michelle Winter
Florida Bar No. 0009740
Isler. Sombathy & Sombalhy. P.A.
434 Magnolia Avenue,
Panama City. Fl 32401
TelepHone (850) 769-5532
S... I ,. 25: June 1. 2005


.Trhe Calhoun County School Board
.; poposes to amend its policies for the
.'Clhoun County Schools as follows:
SAT)l.11NISITRTJiE l tOei-.'iC'IRES ACT

ClA-LXPTER C:.iiE- Si r L ..i '

6. 12 lTermina l l iPay
6.912'Term ina l Pay ,. "


I Tn. Ei.h-'ol f' ..i. I.ir pi, a-.r. teacher.
prhl,.ipAl up on,-l' i ,',r .SFup-iii'n .cridrl at the
in rei. renm ni .-.r i he lime' of
' 'erra'rlll u .rtl i ,"...'r, ht: --i,,i rr-:.j R S p"- p 'l i- F r.: f j rr If '-F- l- I l I lil h e r a o c. l .
S i.L lea i: a ii .I: her ,I- rsri ri of pay.
O 1il. IC sa.d i, i.rie.1 In C ilhoun
uni -" l rlil.l. 111 b; c ri r- in
.Jetermnirir: Irrmiall pJ F.r I[mpi...
i r-' l = i -Tin n ) : =h.I II r.. r ,I [i
J .ir" ',-i,4 'hill r- "iniIc n- I- ri.
i h nth in Me d Ill ri.' -"-f r,'' p j lii 3r)' 'i
u .- 4 l r a .' ihr' "li,' h i ..irnl .,1
'- Jlui.Jr\ .-.L lhi',ril F lit I .'iI r .
0 I. 42 -12 .
1 L.-'- Imnlp ..r nic I F.5. 1012.61 (5)
Economic Impact: Unknown "
A hearing will be held on the above
I. il-r.lin,-r'l In the Courthouse in Blountslown.
; i 'rrI i ,.." the regular School B, I'ra. iIl. tliug
h-':.rml,-i iat 5:00 P.M.. C.D.T. ii rhi -.l.i
Jte 16. 2005.
1; ...i Smithl, Chairman
SCalhoun County School Board
ATTEST.
S '. Mary Sue Neves ':np. rii,'i,, i i'i
S" Cahon ,'.:,ulh l.:l;





INVITATION TO BID
..li bids will be received by the Calhoun
County 'h..,. l L'P.ard until 5:00 P.M. Tuesday.
lirl. 1 4 .,' 5 for the, purchase of 'h.'

Bread (hamburger buns, wiener buns and
,zndwich loaves) for use in the school
cafeterias
Ide Cream (cups and ice milk bars) for use in
th" school cafeterias
Milk for use in the school cafeterias.
SAny additional information o- bid forms
required may be obtained at .he Office of the
.li,, ...l 51; il ri., ri 20859 Central Ave. E..
[.,IT ; '.2 [.I.. lll-'.. II. FL 32424. Bid forms
rnmu. I.I 1 -, l 1_ '.ilr i bidder submilling a
bld, Other bids will not be considered.
Any'bid submitted after the specified hour
iind dale willlnot be ...rrni.-'i ..r ....i. r. i T iThn-
i.t., n' l eI pieI nf I'' oii',jlill\ I,',i I i i. le'.j
,'.j..,,.. ,h, i arrj,' ," i ," ,j|..*ri].l-n l.'.. '
(inll's i(,' illr above slated [lne even though
Oile rn-'i.'r,- I"ir reflect a postmark prior to

,'The Board reserves the right to acedpt or
i.'J.' any or all build, The deeisIon of the
SII-.,,.l will be final No bid may be withdrawn
by any bidder for a period of thirty 130) days
1 31'I Ill. are opened,
;'f *'. .' Jtln B(hy tl ili. h Ch .i-,,, I,',
''Calhoun COLI.) l-rli..)l lir .-`
SAT TEST:
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools
SJune 1, 8, 2005


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT MOSLE,
LLC., 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.46 Year of Issuahce: 2002
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Commence at
the Southwest Corner of Section 31. Township
I North, Range 8 West. Calhoun County.
Florida: thence North 00 degrees 37 minutes
07 seconds East along the West line of said
Section 31. 2689.05 feet; thence South' 88
degrees 48 minutes 44 seconds EAst along the
south line of North 1/2. of said Section 31.
1831.81 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING,
being on the Southerly Right of Way of State
Road No. 20: thence North 55 degrees 36
minutes 00 seconds East along said Right of
Way 342.40 feet; thence departing said right
of way South 27 degrees 15 minutes 33
seconds East 226.62 feet to South line of
North 1/2: thence North 88 degrees,48
minutes.44 seconds West 386.40 feet along
said South line to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
Said parcel lying entirely In the Southeast 1/4
of Northwest 1/4 of said Section 31. Township
1 North. Range 8 West, Calhoun County.
Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT: Commence at the
Southwest Comer of Section 31. township 1
North, r.ilr h West, Calhoun Counly, Florida:
thence raIj) 0 degrees 37 minutes 07
seconds East along the West line of said
Section 31. 2689.05 feet; thence South 88
degrees 48 minutes 44 seconds East along the
South line of the North 1/2 of said Section 31.
1831 feet to the Souttherly Right of Way ol
Stale Road No, 20; thence North 55 degrees 36
minutes 00 seconds East along said Southerly
Right of Way 342.40 feet to a concrete marker
at the Northwest Corner of the Jerry Guilford
land, thence South 27 'degrees 15 minutes 33
seconds East along the West line of said land.
71.50 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING:
thence continue South 27 degrees 15 minutes.
33 seconds East along the said land line 20.39
feet: thence South 60 degrees 44 minutes 45,
seconds \." -, '.)' feet: thence, North 30
,' ,- .:,, .- 1.'- West 19:40 feet, thence
.-.AI. ,, i 05 minutes East 21.29 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING. 'Said land being
to te S. 1 i 1 -I II. Inii ...' IJ .-
Se lton 1t. is .b.li|' I N .,-I r' ,r,,.- '..,-
r1.' .tl IeN WHICHI .'.- f.' -,.t',.L River City
-M ,,i, .' '. *-' B .', .. ,i FL 32424.
Said Property being i,,. C..u.... )f CALHOUN.
Or'T.,[ IF .FLORIDA U-i. ;,... ch certificate
I,.li lh red ei,,'',I .I r lI, '*:. I,. the
property describe i ..'. : -h .,, ,i. shall be
S O LD to th e h ighl -' i i.i- ii ,-. 'i: -.i
door on the 7th ... I -'.1 7 :. ,I ,
A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY.
Clerk of It. '- .,,, '-".i ...i'
CAI.,HOUN C.,irir, fT LL.1I.'
June 1. 8. 15, 22..2005




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



PUBLIC AUCTION
Paul's \v.,.i.e.- Service will hold a public.
..,. i,. .r .. .l i1 2005. at 10:0' a.m. (CT.).
1998 Honda Accord
VLtn IHGCA5531.JAI75140
Blue in Color
Auction will be held at Paul's Wrecker Service.
17311 N.E. Pear Strcct. Bloiuntslown. Florida.
Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
I, 2005




NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
lr'ilV:t. rRfiELkh cI' rl THAT CAROL
HAND 1-. rul.l-'r *:i ii I .ll..i. C | rtlificale
r, -= hi lr1 ,,I .. o il., I.. '.l I ., ed to be
:,..1 i hr:....i /hi t lri I or .Doer and
S ..*i..ii*l. l i *.1 Ire r i ,,-:. i, 1 i li it w as



to Ph r .:.. jr I i i l I'l,,I '.k I I I 'C I.-1
.:i4..n .im I I. i

N j.l I -. H .I:h .\i-E : i .:i..l ,M. Alday.
-1 i i i rt- i ,, b ,-. '.,, r- '

Ii i-.'i '..f e. t-i e II. County of C .LiI':'L
l.iIf .' ,I- J'iL, I ,,,. ,
shall be redeeineJ .:.'-. .. ...i ... law' the
Property described .i ouwi ,.-:ii-i- re shall be
'SOLD to the highest ,-idci .e I i.d Cai oi. iI.a-u'-:
A, I Cri
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
C 1 r 0:, I- -!' C.: ',- i
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PLIBLIC AUCTION
.M aln...r i z-. i F1.en.... .ill
['ur.lI. ,u.;': ll ..i i -n .run r *' )')':.',** .1 i:i' F .
f ghTl 10 .:1 .-a- A
1989 Dodge Dakota. Gold in Color
VIn I nFL26X3KS1A87 16
Auction will. be held at Mallorv Towin o and
ii a, i rJ,.ilh in 61'lrm:an i .' :. ir ,
,Mailer, T,. e,,ii, n i-t.- t r, .:;i ,'- o the
right to -'i..:i B i o,' .l n 1 iil oi l.
b. b i .wJune 1. 2005




INVITATION TO BID '
: : i ..] l u i .,'r ree,- ,ed ., ithe Calhoun
'.,uni i IS,' I, i'' : I %,l-r, 1n i, i ,' F I l i ,
Tuesday. .,ln, no i-4 2'- .5 I.,, i ne rdlpu '. i
the following
LP,Gas for use in lunchrooms and schools of
Calhoun" County.
Gasoline arid Diesel for use in the operation'.
of public vehicles school buses and
school plants
.Any additional information or bid forms
required may be.obtained at the Office of the
School Superintendent, 20859 C,:r irji A\ E
Rmi. G-20. Blountstlwn, Flori I Bid l.-rni.
,must be used "by each bidder submitting a
;bid. Otherwise bids will not be considered.
Any bld submitted after the specified hour and
date will' not be opened or considered. The
Board 'accepts no :--'op,:r:bi;li., for mailed
proposals that arrive ir..- ,, i--,.iior,'i.:T. i.
Office after the above stated ,itm e .i, ,ir i.,r,
the envelope may reflect a p.:iiiT.rl, i-,lur i ':'
the above date. '
*The Board reseres,i the right to accept or
reject any, or all bids.' The dnecl.ion ft Ihe
Board will be final. No, bid r, L. i, nlh.:.,i, H
by any bidder for a period .:,l ih'. Ij,-: dl ,
after bids are opened.
Timothy G. Smith; Chairman
Calhoun County School Board
S ATTET'
Mary Spe Neves. SuperinenJeren,
Calhoun Cointy Schools
June 1, 8, 2005,


R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On June 10. 2005, at 10:00 a.m. (CST). R &
R Warehouses will dispose of the contents ((1)
storage unit from Bristol and (9) storage units
from Blountstown at R & R Warehouses in
Blountstown at 19382 SR 20 W. (850)
674-5478.
The units are believed to contain household
and/or personal property of the following
tenants:
Danika Young
Milton Ross
Johnny Mason
Voloria McCray
Marshell Solomon
Marian Swearengin
Cathy Summerlin
Jenn Comiskey
Edward Brigham
All units not paid in full by this date will be
disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUCTION!!
May 25; June 1. 2005




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The Blountstown Police Department
will be conducting driver license and vehi-
cle inspection checkpoints during the
weeks of June 1st thru June 7th on
Central Avenue, Main Street, and River
Street.
Recognizing the danger presented to
the public by defective vehicle equipment
troopers will concentrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated with defects such
as bad brakes, worn tires and defective
lighting equipment. In addition, attention
will be directed to drivers violating the dri-
ver license laws of Florida.
The Blountstowr Police Department
has found these checkpoints to be an
effective means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws of Florida
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