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Preceded by: Calhoun County times (Altha, Fla.)

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 2005 0 98ti


SCHOO01$


Assistant


Principals


will be


proposed

BY KELLI PEACOCK
NeWs Editor
* Changes continued on the
school front this week with the.
shuffling of assistant pnncipals
among county schools.
According to the School Board
office. Superintendent Mary Sue
Neves is recommending former
Altha School Principal Harriett'
Peacock be assigned to the assis-
tant principal post at
Blountstown Middle School.
Neva Miller. who currently serves
In that position at BMS. will be
transferred to Blountsto\n i
Elementary School. Pam
Bozeman. the current BES assis-
tant principal, will take the same
position at Blountstow\n High
School. left vacant after Keith
Summers was recently promoted
to BHS principal.
All the positions are pending
School Board approval.
The search continues for a
new head baseball coach at
Blduntstown High, along with
head basketball coach at Altha.
The School Board \ill meet
Monday. July- 11. at 5 p.m. at the
Calhoun County CourthouLse.



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SUMMER FUN


LET FREEDOM RING: Members of the American Legion Post 272 Ladies Au: Trairnmell briige during the annual Walk to Liberty celebration. Citizens from both Calhoun and LIbert, counties joined i the festivities
..r,ic, included a program at Veterans Memorial Civic Center in Bristol. Turn to page 2 for more nilghligrts.

LOWEST CRIME RATE IN STATE



Calhoun, Liberty safest in FL


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun and Liberty coun-
ties are the safest places in
Florida according to crime sta-
tistics released last week by the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLEI.
The 2004 Annual Uniform
Crime Report indicates crime is
down across the state, particu-
larly here in the Apalachicola
River valley.


Liberty County had the low-
est crime rate .n -.the:--state at
802.3 per 100.000. a drop of
41.4 percent from the previous
year.
Calhoun County was a close
second with a rate of 991.9 per
100.000. down 38.6 percent
from 2003
Both Calhoun and Liberty
were free of murders in 2004.
and only one forcible rape was
reported in Liberty County. The
number of aggravated assaults


dropped from 41 the previous
year to 23 In Calhoun County.
and from 30 to 14 in Liberty.
Burglaries decreased dranati-
cally in Calhoun, down from 72
to 30.
Governor Jeb Bush. Attorney
General Charlie Crist and
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement Commissioner
Guy Tunnell presented the
report and announced Florida's
index crime rate has reached a
34-year low. The state's index


crime rate dropped by 6.0 per-
cent in 2004, compared to
2003.
The number of reported xio-
lent crimes across the state fell
0.4 percent in 2004, while the
volume of nonviolent crimes
dropped 4.0 percent from last
year. Compared to 2003, the
rate of violentt crime (murder.
forcible sex offenses. robbery.
and aggravated assault).
SEE CRIME, PAGE 8


Armed burglar assaults couple


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Panama City man lost his
freedom on Independence Day
when he was arrested for
allegedly breaking in a Mossy
Pond home. assaulting an eld-
erly couple, and robbing them.
James Robert Bailey. 20 has
been charged with armed bur-
glary. possession of burglary


tools, aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon. simple battery.
and violation of probation.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, a 911
call came in at 3:30 a.m. from
Elsie Holcomb. 67. who advised
a young man had broken into
her home and was fighting with
her boyfriend. Cecil Ray
Golden. 62.
Dep. Jared Nichols respond-


ed to the couple's home on
White Lake Avenue. While en
route, he learned from dis-
patcher Lisa Allsop that the
couple was trying to restrain
the suspect, however, he was
very combative. When Dep.
Nichols, along with Dep. Bliss
Mloreau and BPD Cpl. Lee
Langley. arrived on the scene.
they spotted a 1992 Ford F150
pickup with an Alabama tag


nearby on CR 274.
At the home. Holcomb, who
was still on the phone with the
911 dispatcher. advised Golden
was in the bedroom fighting
with the suspect. Dep. Nichols
ran in the bedroom and found
Golden, bleeding from his head.
face. and neck. while struggling
with the man later identified as
Bailey.
SEE BURGLAR, PAGE 10


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Local man


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behind store
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Blountstown man is behind
bars for allegedly raping a young
boy at knifepoint.
Arrested was George Franklin
Carroll, 38, charged with sexual
battery.
According to the Blountstown
Police Department. a woman
contacted their office June 11
Sand advised her son. had been
raped by Carroll behind the
Chevron on East Central Avenue.
Ofc. warrenn Tanner inter-
viewed the boy who. In a written
statement, reported he \was play-
ing cards with Carroll at the
Chevron when Carroll allegedly
held a knife to him and pulled
him Into the woods behind the
store. Carroll allegedly took the
bo\ by the arm and ordered him
to perform oral sex on him or he
SEE RAPE, PAGE 7

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Bay County


man killed,


mom hurt


in crash

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Bay County man was killed
and his mother injured in a sin-
gle vehicle crash on SR 20 in
Calhoun County last Tuesday.
David Kurt Schmidt. 20. was
pronounced dead at the scene of
the crash. His mother. Beatrix
Harsh, 41. sustained minor
injuries.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Schmidt was the
driver of a 2002 H-undai SUV
and w'as traveling east on SR 20
around 11:35 a.m. For unknown
reasons, he lost control of the
vehicle about a half mile from CR
S275. The SLU\ traveled off the
north shoulder of the road. strik-
Sng a guardrail with it's front.
then traveled down an embank-
iment. striking two trees. The
SSU- came to final rest against a
tree. lacing east.
Harsh was taken by AirHeart
to Bay Medical Center.
The accident was investigated
by Trooper D.M. Grimes.



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Celebrating our Nation's Independence


Calhoun and Liberty countians joinedd together Saturday morning to cele-
brate our nation's independence. The day began with the traditional 'Walk to
Liberty' across Trammell Bridge from Blountstown into Bristol. When folks
reached the Liberty County side, transportation was provided to Veterans


Memorial Civic Center where a program was hosted by the VFW Post 12010
and American Legion Post 272. The event included a welcome by Miss
Liberty County, Whitney Brinkley; the National Anthem performed by Sarah
Hatcher; a patriotic speech by Amanda Geiger: and an inspiring message


from CMSgt Fitzgerald Hentz. The program concluded with a flag retirement
ceremony on the Civic Center lawn led by Rev. George Baker and WW II vet-
erans. Above Alice Williford, 95, (shown center) made the walk across the
bridge, along with her son, James, and friend, Ann McClellan.


Veterans posted the colors to open the Independence Day program at the
VeieriaTs Mlawi~'aJ C)iic Center. Later, the audience took part in singing
patbrifc songs in honor of Independence Day.


Trace and Reagan Mears had a comfortable ride as they cruised across
Trammell Bridge during the Walk to Liberty Saturday morning. They were
among many youngsters who took part in festivities that included a program
at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center in Bristol.





The County Record, JULY 6, 2005, Page 3


Inventory being compiled for potential new businesses


Chamber seeking commercial property


Marissa Blackburn and John Barfield


Blackburn, Barfield



to wed September 24


Mike and Sheila Blackburn of
Blountstown are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Marissa Ann, to
John Jones Barfield. He is the
son of Dresa Barfield and the
late Phil Barfield of Blountstown.
Grandparents of the future
bride are Tom and the late Viola,
Harrell, and Lloyd and Karen
Blackburn, all of Blountstown.
The, groom-elect's grandpar-
ents are Thelma and the late
B.E. Barfield of Altha, and Alice'
Nelle and the late Donald
Leonard of Ocheesee:
The bride-elect is a 2001 grad-
uate of. Blountstow\n High
School. She graduated from.
Chipola College with a Registered
Nursing degree and is presently
employed .as a nurse with
SParthenon Health Care, of


Blountstown.
The prospective groom is a
2000 graduate of Blountstown
High School. He graduated from
Florida State University, Panama
City Campus, with a Bachelors
degree in Communications. He
is presently employed as a real
estate appraiser with; Summers
Appraisals and Real Estate
Sermces of Bristol.

The wedding will be an event
of September 24, 2005, at 6:00,
p.m. at the First Baptist Church
of Blountstown. A reception will
follow at the home of Dresa
Barfield.
No invitations are being sent
locally. however, all friends and
relatives of the couple are cor-.
dially invited to attend the wed-
ding and the reception.


roper ,selected for



NSHSS membership


The Nationiat-Honor-Sociemior--_tJi3uturei ; '"*
SHigh School Scholars (NSHSS) Membeshiup in NSHSS enti-
recently announced that tes qualified students to enjoy a
SBlountsto\iwn High School stu- wide variety of benefits, includ-
d e n t mg scholarship opportunities,
SCatherine \. academic competitions, free
Proper from events, member-only resources,'
Blountstownn. publications, participation in
FL has been programs offered by educational
selected for partners, online forums, person-
S membership. alized recognition items. and
SThe Society publicity honors. 1
r e c i og nize es Catherine is the daughter of
the top Andy aind Gwen Proper of
Sscholars in Blountstown.
the nation
and in\ites I i


only those CATHERINE PROPER
students who have achieved
superior academic excellence.
The announcement was made by
NSHSS Founder and Chairman
Claes Nobel. senior member of
the Nobel Prize family.
Catherine was recognized for'
her hard work, sacrifice.' and
Commitment that she has
demonstrated to achieve this
exceptional level of academic
excellence. She is now a member
of a a unique community of
Scholars a community that rep-
Sresents our ver, best hope for

IVrf^lzrwwwm^aIzr


S, McQlendon
S John' and Arianda McClendon are
proud to announce the Dirth 01 their son.
i John Alvin' McClendon II1 (Ducei.
Duce was born April 7, 2005, at 7:59
Sa.m. at Jackson Hospital. He'weighed 8
-pounds, 1 ounce and was 2.1 1/4 inches
Long.
S'His maternal grandparents are'
James and Dreama Peters, Randy and
Cristie Pitis and Lonhie and Betty Davis.
SHis paternal grandparents are. the late
Alvie Theo ano Emma Mae McClendon.
, Duce was welcomed home by his big
brother. Bralyn Clenney, and his sisters.
Crystal. Jaylin. Jade and Jessi
SMcClendon


Simpson "'
SBill' and Andrea Simpson of
Tallanassee are proud to announce the
birth of their son. Stephen David
Simpson.
Stephen was born on vlay 9, 2005, al
7:47 p.m. He weighed egril pounds ten
ounces and measured 20-3'4 inches.
Celebrating this joyous occasion with .
his parents are his grandmother. Marie
Simpson, of Blountstown: uncles. David
Simpson of Blountstown and Sieve
Simpson ol Huntsville, AL; grandparents,
Steve and Sandy Bird, of Venice. FL: and
uncle, Greg Bird, of Wnitley City,
Kentucly.



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20311 Central Avenue West
Blountstown, FL 32424
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Somehow, largely through the Grace of .
God. dCvoied icd aly. and the vajsi pride or,
r e part ol many people. The Counr,
Record has never mi.sea an issue


able. If you own property that
meets these requirements,.
please contact Harry Hagan or
the Chamber.
Harry Hagan, of WYBT/WPHK
Radio, is the Chairperson for the
committee titled, Create
Economic Pride and Improve


Capacity. The Chamber is col-
lecting data for an inventory of
commercial buildings in Calhoun.
County: size of-the building in
square feet, acreage of included
* land, cost of the package, taxes
on the property, rent or sale
price, and contact information


(name, telephone number,
address, and e-mail address) for
potential tenants or buyers.
If you own or are responsible
for selling a commercial building
in Calhoun County, please con-
tact Harry or the Chamber at
674-4519.


BY JESSIE EHRICH
CHAMBER STAFF ASSISTANT

The Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce routinely
receives leads from Enterprise
Florida and Opportunity Florida
on businesses that are looking
for sites in Florida. The Chamber
recently received a lead for a
manufacturing/assembly opera-
tion, which would start with a
labor force of 350 employees and
specified a 100,000 sq. ft. build-
ing, expandable to 500,000 sq.
ft., which would accommodate
the use of 5-ton cranes.
Although river property may.
exist which would fulfill this
request, we are unable to locate
the owners and confirm that the.
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I'm a longtime subscriber to The
County Record from Albany, GA. As a
single, professional woman with a grown
daughter, I'm back on the dating scene.
Recently, I went on an online dating serv-
ice and met a man from a nearby city.
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Dear Miss Molly:.
I'm a longtime subscriber to The
County Record from Albany, GA. As a
daughter, I'm back on the dating scene.
Recently, I went on an online dating serv-
ice and met a man from a nearby city.
He described himself as a solid 6'1"
attorney, extremely handsome and, in so
many words, a great catch. After a few
emails, I decided to meet him in person.
However, when he stepped out of his
oversized four-wheel drive pickup at the
restaurant where we'd agreed to meet, I
realized the man I had been Em..iulng did-
n't exist.
The enormous belt buckle around his
abundant waistline' shined almost as
bright as his bald head (well, almost bald,
he did have three strands that were
combed over). The icing on the cake was
his wiry mustache that curled up on each
end. Early on during our barbecue din-
ner, he choked on a bone and spent the
next 10 minutes in the bathroom. To
make matters worse, he had zero per-
sonality.
Are there any good guys left? I see all.
these happily married couples and won-
der when I'm going to finally meet the
man of my dreams.
-Alone in Albany
Dear Alone in Albany:
Okay, sister. Your first mistake was
not asking for a picture up front. Not to
say that looks are everything, but there
are some people you jus' aren't attracted
to and you know it i::gt ff the bat.
When you see all these happily mar-
ried couples, keep in mind they might not
have always been the pretty picture in
'front of you. A lot of husbands start out
just like your four-wheel driving friend..
Sometimes, they need a good woman to
tell them a wiry moustache may not be
the best look for them. You could be the
one to point out that a belt buckle larger
than your wallet is only appropriate at a
rodeo or truck stop.
The fact that he's a lawyer poses a
serious issue. You need to hit the cqurt-
,house and research the civil files to see
how his last marriage ended. If the file is
any thicker than a Snickers bar, he's trou-
ble. Move on.
My biggest concern is the fact that
you agreed to have barbecue on your


first date with this guy. Miss Molly would
be extremely worried she'd have barbe-
cue sauce on her chin or a riblet between
her teeth and a new guy would be too
polite to mention it. But, hey, that's just
me.
Bottom line: Don't give up on love.
Maybe some of our other readers have
had more experience with online dating
and can share some advice. (Okay, read-
ers, please write in and tell us your online
dating stories good or bad. Send to
Miss Molly, c/o The County Record, PO
Box 366, Blountstown, FL 32424, email
to news@thecountyrecord net or fax to
674-5008.)
Dear Miss Molly:
I have a 14 year old son in the 9th
grade. He loves basketball and is quite
good at it, too. He has already been on
the JV team for a year. He does not like
to study though. He barely squeaks by. I
have threatened to take basketball from
him because the school will start to if he
doesn't keep a good grade average.
My husband fusses at him about his
grades, also, but doesn't support me in
taking him off of the team. I feel-like my
son knows his dad will not support the
idea so he just ignores my threat.
I don't know what to do to get through
to him the importance of his grades. I
know he can make better grades
because he has done so towards the end
of the year when he's in fear of not being
promoted to the next grade. Don't know
what to do to get his attention and keep it
on the subject of grades come first.
-Stumped in Shady Grove
Dear Stumped:
I have one question for your husband.
How does he feel about driving clwn ine
road in, 10 years and seeing his son sell-
ing flowers on a freeway exit? That's
what Miss Molly fears will happen if he
doesn't get a grip on his school work.
Clearly, your son is intelligent enough
to make good grades or he wouldn't be
able to catch up so quickly at the end of
the school year. He's also smart enough
to realize Ihe least he has to do to get by.
Miss Molly's advice is to turn the
tables on this boy; The squeaking by
shouldn't cut it because this kid is obvi-
ously not realizing his potential.
You and your husband must present a
united front. The two of you need to sit
down and decide what your son is capa-
ble of doing at his absolute best and set
the standard there. If he could be a
straight "A" student, there's no reason he
shouldn't be making straight "A's".
Whatever you decide, agree that he will
not play if he doesn't reach the mark
you've set and stay there. Basketball
season is months away, so he has plen-
ty of time to get his grades in shape.
SKeep in mind, there are some people
who don't have -the learning capacity of
your child. He is wasting his God-given
abilities and that is truly a shame.
HAVE A QUESTION
FOR MISS MOLLY?
Write to Miss Molly, c/o The County
Record, P.O. Box 366, Blountstown,
FL 32424, email to news@the
countyrecord.net or fax, 674-5008.
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TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
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With purchase of over 833 acres...

Torreya State Park expands'


Several injured
in SUV crash
Details are sketchy, however,
the Florida Highway Patrol
reports an SUV with a driver and
six passengers wrecked on SR 73
North Sunday at noon.
Deputies with the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office who were
at the scene advised the occu-
pants were not local residents.
Their names had not been
released when The County Record
went to press early Tuesday.
The Sheriffs Office advises the
vehicle was northbound near the
intersection of Laramore Road
when it began to pass Thomas
Huckaby of Clarksville, then left
the road and overturned, striking
a chain link fence and several
pine trees. At least two occupants
were reportedly ejected. No
details on their conditions.


The State of Florida expanded
Torreya State Park yesterday
with the purchase of 833.47
acres along the Apalachicola
River from The Nature
Conservancy.
The site contains a remark-
able blend of unique plants, ani-
Smals and natural communities.
The Conservancy purchased the
tract, called Aspalaga
Landing/Soterra, in 2002. The
site's abundant wildlife, steep-
head ravines and seepage
streams are part of the state's
Apalachicola River Florida
Forever project.
"This addition will bring the
acreage of the park to almost
13,000 acres and give us access
to hard-to-reach areas. We will
be better able to monitor and
manage the 'resources."' a'id


park manager Steve Cutshaw. "I
would like to wholeheartedly,,
thank The Nature Conservancy,
for helping us to protect another n
piece of the real Florida."
The Conservancy sold the-
land to the state for what it paid
for it three years ago, plus trans- e
action costs. .
"This beautiful property con-
tains so many.examples ofnatu-
ral Florida that are critical to"
save and becoming increasingly"
at risk," said Wendy Caster, the,
Conservancy's protection spe-
cialist who worked on the proj-a
ect.
The site's one and a half milesC:
of river frontage along the east-?
ern side.of the Apalachicola Rivert
is home to intact longleaf pineP
and wiregrass systems and rare'"
ravines. .


Lake Seminole camp


closed thru summer


The U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers announces the tempo-
rary closure of Lake Seminole's
East Bank Campground to begin
at 3 p.m. EDT, on Sunday, July
10, 2005, for maintenance and
upgrades.
The replacement of the cur-
rent electrical system is the pri-
mary reason for the closure.
Once this upgrade is complete,
two of the three loops will be able
to offer 50 amp services to our
patrons. The work will take
approximately 8 weeks to com-
plete, and East Bank will reopen
at 7 a.m. EDT on Thursday,
September 1, 2005. t
Primitive camping will be
available at other Corps camp-7
grounds on Lake Seminole, how-
ever no water or electric hookups
are available at any of these
sites:
Hales Landing will be open
with 14 sites. This $5 per night


campground has a bathhouse
with showers. drinking water, a
boat ramp \with courtesy dock
and picnic shelter and a park
host on duty.
Neals Landing will also be
open with 11 sites. This 85 per
night campground has a bath-
house with a shower. drinking
water, boat ramp and a host on
duty.
Face-ille Landing has 7 sites.
This free campground has a boat
ramp \\Lth courtesy dock, picnic
shelter and one primitive toilet.
\\Whle we apologize for any
inconvenience, our goal is to
make improvements that \will
better serve the campers who
visit our park.
Please call the Lake Seminole
Resource Office at 229-662-
2001. Monday through Fnday. 8
a.m. 4:30 p.m. EDT if you have
any questions.


The Fast Track results of the
Jiuie 25th ,race at In-State Off
Road Park were.as follows: -:
Street Legal Consistency
'1st pl Lee Flowers
2nd pl Randy O'Brian
3rd pl Robby Pettis
4th pl Steve Whitfield
Consistency '
.l1st pi Kevin Shirah
2nd p1 -Gator Parker
3rd pl Steve Gilmore
4th pi Randy O'Brian
Street Modified
1st pl Paul Herron
2nd pl Gator Parker ,
3rd pl David Hysmith
4th pi Chad Flowers
Open
1st pl- Michael Whating
Street Modified
Ist'pl Paul Herron
2nd pl -Matt Webb
3rd pi Jimmy Mathis
4th pl Gator Parker
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5 \ys. & under; Adhley .
Hendrix
Boys 6-11 Kevin Ping
Girls.6-1 Stephanie Franz
12 yrs, & over Michael
Bailey
The next Fast Track is July 9,
with another on July 23. A Bog


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.. The park is located in
Clarksville,, seven miles south of
Hwy.' 20 on Hwy3. 3.Gates open
at 5 p.m. and races start at 7
.p.m. On Sunday, gates open at,
11 a.m. and races start at 1 p.m.

Cheerleading

camp will be

held July 11-13
A Cheerleader Camp spon-
sored by Ashlie Parrish and
Kalynn Walquist will be held at
Tracy's Tumblers July 11 13,,
from 3:00: 5;00 p.m. (EDT) foi
ages 4 \rs. and up. Registration
fee is 825.00. Participants will
learn a Cheer. Chant. Dance.
Stunt and Jumps. You may reg-
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Tumblers from 4:00 8:00 p.m.
(EDT) or you may register the
day of the camp beginning at
2.30 p.m.
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sign your child up please contact
Ashlie Parrish at 544-1884 or
Kalynn \Waquist at 643-7418. .


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Abner named to





The American Legacy .
Foundation, the nation's .
largest public- health i *
dation dedicated to bFl.ding ,'.:
a world where young people "-'
reject tobacco a'd "-anyone :'.'
can quit,. annoiOcedd, the
appointment :of a?t ri D.:
Abner to serve as the Yo2uth
Board Liaison to its Bbarl of i !
:Directors. ,
Abner, -a twenty-year old
from I[ountow5Rilaij is.
currently Juior at Florida. .
Agricultural and .-ecaail.cal
SUniversity; where he is : ur-RAABNER
suing a Bchelor of Science ADRIAABNER
-degreein busines-. t'i t he b'ird," said Dr.
Abner hasi demonstrated Cheryl Healton, president
his interest -in and commit- and CEO, American Legacy
cment to. tobacco .cntrol;ini- Foundation. "We feel he will
tiatfivei He 'i-: has" Bee' make an invaluablee contri-
involved fidn the Florid4 button, to .our. leadership
SStudenits Working Against ; board anid provide a'p6sltive
:.Tobacco (SWAT). program youth perspective.i,
since. itiintception; and The -American .Legacy
Strives to educate students Fqundation' Board of
about the dangers of smok-., Diqectors inchides represen-
ing. Hel has, worked to isis- tativ4s of the National
tainn Florida's SWAT in Asspiation of Attorneys
.recent years due to funding generall. the National
reductions. by: the Florida Gcovernors Association, the
legislature. This past, year,: National Conference of
Abner '.heped' evaluate a' State Legislators and mem-
contrat fbr -the:,T A .Io- bers:qf the medical and pub-
Sgraqr; which is *.no,' on a:- li health clieomunities.
ribstaltiayll'snmallen 'budgi ,TheI. -Amirian Legacy
'et. '" Foundationd is dedicated to
"T hrugh bis pastc,:ion- building ag;.aworld where
plishments., :. Adrian ..has youngpeople reject tobacco
demonstrated his- dedita- and anyone. :can quit.
tido -to ..tobacco- control Located ; in. Washintonr,
'said Dr- Steien clroeder, t.). .the" foundation devel-
.:Boiard:' fi f: -'.ifor .'.;the 'ops-. programs that address
American : .. :, L eacy,': the health effects of tobacco
YFo~indkatioA.' W e delightA u~e .It igri: t's.- teint 6
:'.d to have: him inform- the cal assistance and training,
.discussidns of :the baron";& youtth activisrm, strategic
sues: relevant -tb yutih.; prtnerslps counter-marT
the American. Legacy ketng aiad grassroots 'mar-
Foundatidii. selects .ts. : paigs publ
South board liaison from a relations, and.outreach to
Sgrofupf youiith who current-: poiiutions disproportioni-
:ly serve-.the -orginizatIOn, .a.tely; affected by the toll If
A.jnhg'htdtioni's 'pro-' tobacco. '
'grazxs .that .voe .youg ., .
people: in tobacco preven- Th foundation's national
tion and cessation -iniitia-: f.pigi'ns, include Circle of
Strives is the Youth Advisory., Friends@, Q eat Start, a .
Panel, whichl- Abiner was Pioity' Populations-
selected to inpM, ah 2004., Inititiv ~.tetheory. ,an
T:hd'l YAP h 'elpst Idounda-l: tirtih.b h ,e Ameer.ican


.people: Abner, who is cur- Settlenent Agreement
rently serving an 18 month (MSA) reachedd between
term on the YAP, will now, attorneys general from .46
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hold board meeting on July 11;


The' Early Educationr and
Care, Inc. Board _will meet
Monday. July 11, at 12 noon
CDT at the EEC-Training Room
1 in Panama City.
The tentative agenda includes
the. financial report and commit-
tee reports.


For more information rearid:-
ing this meeting or agenda, con-
tact Early. Education and Care,
Inc: at 850/872-7550, ext. 2246.
This meeting is open to the
public. Interested citizens and
media are welcome to attend.


Application deadline, for the
Chipola College Emergency
-Medical Technicikn (EMT) train-
inL proara'm is July 20.
The EMNT program prepares
students for employment as
ambulance drivers/ambulance
attendants. or emergency med-
ical technhcians and to treat var-
ioIS medical t"LraLuma conditions.
The curriculum includes sim-


ulated learning and clinical
study. The 11 credit-hour
course is 250 clock-hours in
length. Cost is approximately
$1,000 for tuition, insurance;
books and uniforms. EVOC
(Emergency Vehicle Operation) is
not included in the course.
Clinical assignments are
required in addition to regular
class hours.


Local students named


to Chipola Dean's List


Dr. Sarah Clemmons, vice
president of Instructional and
Student Services at Chipola
College. commends the 75 stu-
dents \\who made the Dean's List
for academic achievement during
the Summer I Semester 2005.
To be placed on the Dean's
List. a student must take 6 or
more semester hours of courses
and make an average of 3.25 (B+)
to 4.0 (A) in all courses.
Students who made perfect
averages of 4 0-straight A's-


and their hometowns' are:
Blountstown Sharon K.
Henderson.
Students who earned grade
point averages ranging from
3.25(B+) to 3.99 (A) and their'
hometowns are:
Altha Sharon M. Robinson..
Blountstown Nancy N.
Johnson.
Bristol Karah S. Rackley.
Clarksville Valerie Y.
Seaman.


Short story contest part


of 'Hemingway Festival'


The Wood River Valley in.
Idaho. where legendary author;
Ernest Hemineigay hunted and
wrTote on and off for 22 years.
and \\here he is lid to rest, is
set to celebrate the life of the
world-renowned writer with the
inaugural Sun Valley area
Heniingway event.
The festi\'al will be held
September 22-25 ith the goal of
honoring the heritage of
Hemingway's strong bond to the
Wood River Valley and Idaho.
As part of the festival, the
organizers are holding a national
short story contest. The works of
short fiction. which must be pre-'
\iously unpublished. should be
postmarked by July 26th. The
winner will te awarded $500,
will be honored during the
Ernest Hemingway Festival, in
Siyl, 'g:,4wdU.1- ,1 Ihave their
....sono-., published .in Lte festival
In l4zUtile
S Other events at the Ernest
Hemmngwa Festival, which will
be a well-rounded celebration of
Hemingway''s life in the Wood
River Valley, include: lectures
and panel discussions by nation-
al scholars. a tour of Hemingway
sites, the Sun Valley Indian
Summer Shoot-out (AKA skeet
and trap shooting contest). living
history vignettes and theater
productions. progressive literary
talks at art galleries, and a
"Hemingway In Idaho" slide pres-
entation.
Stories should be submitted
to Sue Bailey. SVKC\TB. P.O. Box
2420. Sun Valley. ID 83353
along wi-h a non-refundable $10
entry fee. Stories should be type-
written, double-spaced, maxi-
mum 2600 words or'ten pages,
and available in Word format.


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A/C repairman
arrested for theft
of customer's cash
An Altha man working for an
air conditioning company was
arrested June 23 for allegedly
stealing cash from a customer's
home.
Jerad Britt Lipford has been
charged with petit theft in the
case.
According to the Blountstown
Police Department, a local resi-
dent contacted their office on
June 6 'and reported $120 was
S missing from a drawer in her
bedroom. The victim advised no
one but an air conditioning
repair crew had been -in the
house that day. The victim noti-
fied the repair company and the
owner questioned Lipford about
the missing cash. The owner
then paid the $120 to the victim
and contacted authorities.
The following day, Major
Rodney Smith of the BPD and
Inv. Michael Bryant of the
Calhoun County Sheriffs Office
interviewed Lipford at his home.
He allegedly admitted to taking
S the money and advised he had
Already spent it.
A warrant was issued for
Lipford, resulting in his June.23
arrest. He was given a condition-
al release the following day.


Fight at river
landing ends in
woman's arrest
A fight at a local river landing
ended in the arrest of a
Blountstown woman June 26.
Arrested was Amanda
McClendon, charged with battery
and criminal mischief.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Mark Mallory responded to Neal
River Landing and spoke with
Amber Peacock, 26, and her sis-
ter, Casey Peacock, 21. Amber
advised she and her sister were
loading their boat when a white
Jeep Cherokee pulling a pontoon
boat came close to striking
Casey's vehicle. Amber reported-
ly yelled to the vehicle's occu-
pants, telling them not to hit
Casey's truck. McClendon
reportedly stepped out of the
Jeep and allegedly .began
screaming at Amber. According
to Amber, she ran to, Casey's
truck to get away from Amanda
who then allegedly began strik-
ing Casey's pickup. Casey said
she yelled at Amanda to get away
from -her truck. John
McClendon, Amanda's husband,
then reportedly approached
Casey's vehicle and allegedly
threatened the two women,
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reportedly left the landing.
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Routine traffic stop
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A routine traffic stop Saturday
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Carroll then allegedly raped him.
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apartment on June I1 around
11:30 p.m.
A warrant was issued for
Carroll's arrest and he 'was
booked into the Calh6un County.
.Jail on June 24. He remained in
custody at press time.


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June 28: Daniel Lipford, petit theft, violation of probation, Jacquelyn Hill,
violation of probation; Marcus Gatlin, violation of probation; Gregory, Durr,
violation of probation
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July 4:. James Bailey. armed burglary, possession of burglary tools. aggravated
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The County Record, JULY 6, 2005, Page 8


Facilitator of Calhoun Co. Chamber's FLOW Series




Gary Clark is honored


David Roberts, Director of the
Florida Economic Development
Council District One
announced that Gary Clark,
Vice-President of Marketing and
Member Services at West Florida
Electric Cooperative has won the
2005 Richard L. McLaughlin
Volunteer of
the Year
award.
T h e
award, spon-
sored each
year by the
Florida
Economic
Development
Council
QFEDC), rec-
dgnizes an GARY CLARK
individual
who has shown outstanding
achievement and ability in fur-
thering economic development in
the community.
Having been active in the eco-
riomic development arena since
1'990, Clark is a well-known fig-
ure throughout the Northwest
Florida region, especially, the
eight member counties that com-
prise Opportunity Florida, a
regional economic development
organization. He also serves as a
member of the Washington
county, School Board, the
District Board of Trustees of



Crime"

calculated as .the number of
crimes per 100,000 residents,
decreased by 3.0 percent, while
the rate of non-violent crime
(burglary, larceny and motor
vehicle theft) decreased !by 6.5
percent.
"Although we are experienc-
ing the lowest crime rate in 34
years, we cannot let down our
.guard. Law enforcement officers
are at work 24 :hours a day,
seven days a week,"
Commissioner Tunnell said. "We
must ensure that they continue
to have the support necessary to
do their jobs. With the leader-
ship of the Governot. and the
Legislature, as well as the active
assistance of the citizens of
Florida, we must continue to
'focus our commitment and
resources on the.safety and
security of thli people in our
state."
This year's report includes
data submitted by 408 local,
county and state law enforce--
ment agencies, including all 67
sheriffs' offices.
The complete 2004 Annual
Crime in Florida Uniform Crime
Report, including county-by-
county breakdowns. can be.
found on FDLE's Web site
littp://vww.fdle.state. fl.us/fsac
/UCR/index.asp.


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Chipola College, the Washington
County Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors, and current
Chairman of Opportunity
Florida.

Many economic development
professionals know Clark best by
his volunteer activities in pro-
moting economic development in
the northwest Florida region. He
has helped out several entities by
serving as a strategic planning
facilitator. Opportunity Florida
has been guided by his innova-
tive plans to bring high-speed
broadband Internet access to the
entire region, as well as seeking
programs that will create a con-
siderable number of new afford-
able housing opportunities.
Mr. Clark ,has also been
directly involved in numerous


BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
'Chamber Staff Assistant

Chamber Meets July 21
Do you have a web site? In
today's electronic world, many
businesses (and individuals)
expect to find a wealth of infor-
mation .on the Internet. If your
business does not have a web,
site, you are missing a valuable
opportunity to market and possi-
bly improve your business.
At the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce's regular
membership meeting in July
(Thursday, July 21st at noon
CST), the guest speaker will
describe how Opportunity
Florida; in cooperation with your
local Chamber, can help you cre-
ate (free) a one-page web site
with links to Opportunity Florida
and the local Chamber.
Details will follow at a later
'date in the local newspapers.
Don't miss this golden opportu-
nity. to learn how to create your
o\n web sitel: :

New 'Look for Chamber Web
Site
Stay tuned for a new look to
the Chamber's web site
(www.calhounco.org). In keeping
with our FLOW, (Florida
Leadership Opportunity
Workshop) initiative to create a
"New Chamber." we are planning
a new look' for our web site.
S A new feature that the
Chamber is adding to the contact
information for clubs and organ-
izations is their web site address-
es Local. regional, state. or
national). If your club or organi-
zation is not listed with the
Chamber (or not updated on con-
tact information please contact
Jessie today (weekdays from


projects that have resulted in
new jobs to the area. Most
recent achievements this past
year have included the expan-
sion of Westpoint-Stevens in
both Washington and Jackson
Counties, which created 225 new
jobs and the new state prison
slated for Graceville, which will
also create approximately 200
new jobs.

Mr. Clark has been especially
active as a member of
Opportunity Florida, an econom-
ic development organization that
serves eight counties in
Northwest Florida: Calhoun,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington. The organization's
mission is to assist existing busi-
nesses and new business inter-


8:00 a.m. to noon CST at, 674-
4519 or I e-mail:
ccchamber''@vahoo.com).
People and businesses, who
are considering relocating to our
area, inquire about the availabil-
ity of support, health, and civic
organizations and agencies.' Part
of Calhoun -County's current
appeal is our wonderful, small
town and rural atmosphere. Our
proximity to metropolitan areas.
without the congestion and relat-
ed concerns that those cities suf-
fer, adds to this attraction.
Let's promote Calhoun
County in such a way that we
attract those businesses, resi-
dents, and visitors who will add
to our community.
The Chamber urges you to
participate in Main Street and
the FLOW committees to revital-
ize downtown and to improve
Calhoun County through your
Chamber. Please make a differ-
ence by contacung the Chamber'
today!

Wanted: Chamber Members"'
SDan Yoder. 'ef River Town
Community ; Chu rc h, is the
Chairperson' for the committee
titled, Leadership/Membership.
Please contact Dan or the
Chamber to join our member-'
ship. Remember, members may
display their business cards, fly-
ers, and brochures' at the
Chamber!

Main Street Meets July 11
Don't forget that Main Street
meets the second Monday of this
month (July 11. 2005 at noon
CST). instead of the first
Monday, due to the July 4th hol-
iday. Please bring a paper bag
lunch and join ius in the
Chamber's conference room at


ested in relocating to the area.
"Gary's dedicated time and
energy has served as the back-
bone to our organization's suc-
cessful operations and initia-
tives", said Rick Marcum,
Opportunity Florida, Executive
Director.
"Gary Clark's most important
responsibility is to the customers
of West Florida Electric.
Cooperative. He has managed to
take the time to get involved in
his communities to perpetuate
job growth and create better job
opportunities for those he serves.
I wish we could clone ten of him",
said David Roberts, FEDC
District One Director.
The award was presented
June 28 at the FEDC annual
conference held in. St.
Petersburg.


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'We encourage anyone, who is
interested in joining or partici-
pating in Main Street or sharing.
histoncal information about the
NM & B Railroad. to attend. For.
more information, please contact
the'Chamber.

Chamber Board Meets July 14
The location for the regular
meeting of the Board of Directors
of the Calhoun County Chamber
of Commerce is confirmed for El
Jalisco #2, the Mexican restau-
rant across from .the Sheriffs
office. The meeting date is
Thursday, July 14th at 12:00
p.m. (noon) CST. FLOW
Committee Chairpersons,
please be ready to report on your
committees. All Directors, FLOW
Committee members, and special
guests are asked to please. RSVP
to the Chamber for a head count
on attendance and food by
Friday. July 8. 2005 via tele-
phone (850) 674-4519 or e-mail
(ccchamber@yahoo.com).


Thro(dgh July 3. 2005
2005'Nextel Cup'
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that sits on 930'ac-.:r 1 ipnr. pFr'.j.de-s 7C0 aicce- ci, Irre
pari;ing for over 50,000 vehicles., The raceway first.held a
rliexel Cup and Busch Series event in 2001.. It'has a grand-
stand that seai- 75 000 -.;i:,aior; 0,rh :Y iuurp, .,u. .i and
aIlEo, ':arr.prg a3rea I|I pr.-, ..ie p.nrir a ai n i:..r re,:ip e ,inral
vehicles in r r.i.,c-il adj,:;r.nl i, Ire -c: C.:.l srid Ina iid iurn-.
Ke.,r H.r..;.'. Ncri. ine 6r:i m.. races on'the track in 2001 and


Driver
1) Martin Truex, Jr.
2)'Clint'Bowyer
3) Reed Sorenson
4) Carl Edwards '
, r", -.-.r., w allac:e
rl Dcerir, im inir
7) David Stremme
81 mirion Lewis;
91 Jaior. Keller.
10) David Green:


Points
2510
2439
2416
2296
2293,
2158
2073
2068
1989
1966


t1ho ias the first person to ever
crash in a WinStop Cup race?

a) Lee.Petty '
b) Fireball Roberts
c), Ned Jarrett .
d) David Pearson


STony Stewart
Born Mla 220 i1971
Spor.ior Tr.e rome Depor
Cre--. Cn.er Girei Zipa.liil
Cr.e.r.--io
Biography:
Ir.SCAR .:rampon. Indy Racing League'(IRL)
cr.ampri.r. uries States Auto Club '(USAC)
cr.ari .p.i r. K n.nr,. :n.rnmp.:.r. F,.:.m ie r.n6 dl
rrrg i rn.. car:e m:-re mnrn a quaner .:ernlur, ago
I,:C hi pre-ent role i s iri.,r t* iri #20 HC.me
Depol Cre.ri.:r.,l ,rn he i1jSCCR 1.E.TEL Cup,
itr.e Tro Sle'r n1 h3 proven i: ce 3 ; 3..nri3 .i.
.r, e.er, :l.p .:.I Ihe a, Trih Colurmt bU Ir..
n.el r. r,j s.:iui'ed 3 IC.r11 a n r,,rn i.. g .:nramrr .
oniripi Einc. he ir.i %,rl 'rni.lE i 5 go-.an at a
wI e slpro Ini rs,: Irs:kr .n r 19-8 II an r, r..-
rI CAP ..:na.T : ..nr.i.p rn 2002 lhal Stl-.in puli
i' .I r 1 hi, l i: I ,:c o mplrn mehnl.
Driver's Highlights:
1' J'l Cup .l lr. eiz
i20j.j F .r. rin d niri ,r.n R.-.,nis
220C3" F.rnired i .enin in polriz
2002 rj-.SC-Fi cirham.np
1999 Rrookie ,Ir Inie 'ear
1'9. Irnd, Rac:in Leaue icrarrimpl.:.n

At vanirn, Gfer. dunr.g Ir, a 2'00j race .ei
Gordion and Tor, Siearl ijanded pa.ni ba3
thing ior pUoionr, G.orion had won T'i pre,'.
ous 6 road course races and was going for
7. Tony Sieaarrl apr.arer.ii,' got nl.:. Goroon
and Gordon was pushed into the wall caus-
;rng he3av dm.am'e AfteV the race,.the two
dr.,ers e,:r.'arrgio words. Gor.jon threat-
ernct 10 oend Siietarl into the wall.


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Driver Start Finish IVIke Sponsor Points/Bonus Tony Stewart led almost all night arnd WAr tr radr,-delari
Tony.Stewart 1 1 Chevrolet The Home Depot 190 10 Peps. ji a1 i J1 a10 m .:n SunOa'.' r morning He siin.au irom
jarre Mcl.lurra, 1 33 2. Dodge Home123 Corp. 100 itr.e poi.n rt. li ;-20 Cneiroilel anoa ac.mir.iea to0 .,n r.r inr
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.Matt Kenseth .38 9 Ford DeWalt Power Tools 138/0 and Dale Eamhardt Jr. in hot pursuit, but in the end Stewart
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Library hosts

'Read Around

Florida'
June was full of activities for
encouraging children to read
during the summer at our local
libraries in Calhoun County.
Children ages' 2-11 attended
morning programs from 10:00 to
12:00 Monday through Thursday
during the entire month of June.
"Read Around Florida" is, part
of the Calhoun County Libraries'
Summer Reading Camp. This
program was -sponsored by the
shared support of Calhoun
County School System, Goodwill
Inc.; Calloun County Sheriffs
Department, The State Library of
Florida, and the Calhoun County
Public Library.
According to Pam Kahle, .an
instructor .at Blountstown's
library branch, this program has
been an exciting and fun activity
for everyone. Parents have been
encouraged to stay and join the
activities as: the children enjoy!
the program.
Each library branch's leaders
designed their own activities.
According to Kahle, the
SBlountstown branch began with
a display table of several theme-
related books to encourage chil-
dren to check out books from the
library to read at home. Each
day, at least two of the books
were read aloud for students"

Cancer Society

will meet July 12

The American Cancer Society
will be meeting July 12. at 6:30
p.m. (CDT) at the W.T. Neal Civic
Center. All team captains, and
team members are encouraged
to attend.'


ABOVE: PARTICIPATING IN THE
SUMMER READING CAMP for ,tu-
dents, in r-.1ic_~i 1.cE h through
tenth ,roa e .*. r c rr., n-i air
Sta ie,, "r-Iacire/., C. jn..-I ;.:1 e
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Williorns .: ,):n S.rnin .Jonnes.



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Florido" .SuLlrner Coarnp ,:t th-
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Mkaylo Howl'ond J orid Da:nieille
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enjoyment.
Students also completed
learning activities and crafts.
Instructors, who 'had earlier
attended related training, led
students and other participants
in musical activities related to
the themes. The children were
quick to request their favorites
and enthusiastically join in for
the "Hokey-Pokey" and the
"Alligator Stomp."
One activity enjoyed by all was
the crafts. For example, when


students read books on Native-
Americans, during craft time,
they made head bands with"
feathers. On "Island" day, stu-"
dents donned grass skirts and-
created "rain sticks," then did&
the "the Limbo." Family partici='
pation was extended with the'
take-home crafts provided two to
three times a week. Student?
created such crafts as totenm
poles and family trees, therK
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Chief Hall provides


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On Tuesday\ morning, June
14, the Blountstown Public
Library hosted a' fire 'safety
awareness and fire escape train-
ing in the Family Learning
Center at the library. The train-
ing was attended by all library
staff, branch managers and.
staff, and VISTA Volunteers.
Blountstown Fire Chief. Ben
Hall, presented the group with
very helpful information as well
as practical ideas for escaping
the library in the event of a fire.
The staff of the main library and
branches at Altha, Kinard, Hugh,
Creek, and Shelton's :will be
practicing fire drills in the next
few weeks.
Chief Hall also presented to
Library' Director. Rita Maupin,
twelve smoke detectors that will
be installed in the branch
Librariess. This gift was made
possible by. a grant from the


Florida Fire chiefs Association
and was given in conjunction
with the: library Summer Youth
Reading program. Since the ulti-
mate goal of all county libranes
is to serve the public in a safe-
manner, this gift is very much
appreciated.
In the afternoon. Red Cross
representative Bob Jones, gave a
refresher course in disaster pre-
paredness and shelter manage-
ment. Mr. Jones', who is with the
Panama City chapter, gave the
group much valuable informa-
tion regarding emergency kits,
supplies and pre-plaurung.
Blountstown Library is a des-
ignated shelter in the event of a,
hurricane, flood, etc. Most staff
are already Red Cross trained,
but received valuable up-dated
information on shelter .manage-.
nent.


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LUCY V. DAVIS
Mrs. Lucy V. Davis, age 89 of
Blountstown, FL died Friday,
July 1, 2005 at the Bay Medical
Center in Panama City, FL. Mrs.
Davis was born in Altha, FL and
had lived in Calhoun County for
several years. She was a home-
maker and was a member of the
Protestant Faith.
Survivors include: three sons:
James O. Davis and his wife,
Erma of Kinard, Fl, Charlie David
Davis and his wife, Rosemary of
Biountstown. FL, Howard Haley
Davis and his wife, Londa of
Clarksville, FL: two daughters:
Mary Magdalene Chambers and
her husband, Lawrence of Mt. Isa
Australia. Lucille Marie Wilson
Sand her husband, Melvin of
Ebnifay, FL; one brother. Elbert
Arers. Jr. of Lake Wales, FL; one
sister, Belle Zills Winter Haven,
.FL; nine grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday, July 4. 2005 at 10:00
aim. (CDT) 'from the Peavy
Fiineral Home Chapel with Rev.
Jbey Smith officiating. Interment
followed .in the Nettle Ridge
Cemetery in Blountstown.
All arrangements were under
tle direction of Marlon Peavy at
SPavy Funeral Home in
Bjountstown,.FL 850-674-2266.

SALLIE MAE KEVER
SMrs. Sallie Mae Kever. age 74
ot Bristol, FL died Saturday, July
2; 2005 at the Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital in
Tallahassee, FL. Mrs. Kever was
'brri in Liberty County and had.
lied there all of her life.' Sallie
was a homemaker and worked as
a retail sales clerk for several
years. She was a member of the
Bjistol Assembly of God Church
irt Bristol.:
-Survivors include: two sons:
Roy Strickland of Bristol, FL,
Larry Strickland of Marianna, FL;
ote daughter, Regina Smith of
Bristol. FL; one sister, Ozella
Stirutko of Bristol, FL; two grand-
cblildlrenr and three great-grand-
c children.
Funeral services will be held
toddy\. Wednesday, July 6, 2005
ai, 10:00 a.m. (EDT) from the
gEaves;ide at Bristol Cemetery in
Bfistol FL'with Dan Pinton offici-
ating. Interment followed.
SAll1 arrange ments \were under
tle di1 -ctiLn of Marion Peavy at
P avy Fitneral Hom e in
BJountstrvi-. FL 850-674-22;6.
ETHELYN.OWENS
S.,Mrs: ELhel\'n Owens. ace S2. 'of
istosol FL--died early Tuesday'
iriurii L i.i!, "5 'J001'-5 cit the
Calhoun Liberty Hospital in
Blountstown. Mrs. Owens was
l3rn in Douglas. OK and had':
lI'ed in Libert CountLy or 33
4ars EthelIyn was a homemak-
er and a member of the Bristol
:entiecostal Holiness Church.
r rs Ov..ens dearly loved her fam-
i'. she i\'was a losing and devoted
\i'e. mother and grandmother
Ithel\in and her husband Odell
lI'ed doing everything together.
I'ehing. hunting g' ardening. and
tra.eling.
SSurlm\ors include her husband
cA over 6.3 years. Odell Owens of
Britol: one daughter. Carolyn
aliskis and her husband.
Fnald of Oillllle. VA one broth-
et. lMarin Culbertson of Azel. TX:
two sisters Patricia Bane of







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Friday, July 8, 2005 at 11:00
a.m. (EDT) from the Bristol
Pentecostal Holiness Church with
Rev. Larry Broome officiating.
Interment will follow in the
Mitchum Cemetery in Bristol.
The family will receive friends
Thursday, July 7, 2005 from 6:00
until 8:00 p.m. (EDT) at the
Bristol Pentecostal Holiness
Church in Bristol.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Marion Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, FL,. 850-674-2266.

ROSIE MAE AYERS
Mrs. Rosie Mae Ayers, age 96,
of Ozark, AL, formerly of Altha,
passed away Monday, July 4,
2005. Mrs. Ayers was a member
of the Cypress ,Pentecostal
Holiness Church.
Survivors include two, daugh-
ters: Vivian Sexton of Ozark, AL
and Marie Waller of Arlington, TX;
one sister, Dora Bell Hansford of
Marianna.
Funeral services for Mrs. Avers
will be held today, Wednesday,
July 6, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. at Hall
Funeral Home in Altha with Rev:
Floyd Ingiam officiating. "Burial
will follow in Sunny Hill
Cemetery. The family nill receive
friends beginning at 11:00 a.m.,
two hours prior to the service.
Hall'Funeral Home ,in Altlha,
FL was in charge of the arrange-
ments. 850-762-3965.

DR. CLARENCE C. EDEWAARD
Dr. Clarence C. Edewaard, 90,
of Blountstown', passed awa\v
Monday. July 4, 2005 at his
home in Bloiuntstown. The fami-:
ly plais a pn iate gathering. A
full obituary will appear in next
week's County Record;. Adams
Funeral Home is in charge of the
arranelememts. 85b-674-5449.
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MILDRED MEREDITH
Mildred Meredith, 84; of
Bristol,, died Tut.sdai June 28.
2005, in Tallahassee.'
A native of Malone. Mildred
was a longtime resident of this
area. She was a homemaker.
Survivors include two broth-
ers, Marion R Meredilh of Liberty
County and Pe'te Meredith of
Jacksonville; two sisters, Lerline
Alda\ and Dolly' Dais.. both of,.
Nlananna. and man\ nieces and
nephews. .. -..
A gra\ieside.e..rL\ id.e-\ns Ild, al
11 a.m. ET Friday, July 1. at
Polar Branch Cemetery on Hwy.
12 North in Liberty County.
Bevis Funeral Home of Bristol
was inr charge of arrangements,
ph. 643-3636.

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Burglar

After Bailey, who also had
blood on him, failed to stop
resisting, Dep. Nichols utilized
his M26
Taser. strik-
ing Bailey in
his Chest
and back.
Bailey con-
tinued to
resist and
was stunned
within the
Taser again.
He then
complied
and was JAMES BAILEY
placed in
handcuffs.
A patdown search of Bailey
revealed a hard plastic card bro-
ken onone end that appeared to
have been used to pry something.
Bailey, who appeared to be intox-
icated, was placed .in the patrol
vehicle.'
Back inside the house, Golden
and Holcomb advised they went
to bed around 9 p.m. and were
awakened by Bailey who was hit-
ting Golden in theface. I-olcomb
confronted the.suspect and said
he struck her in the face, causing
her nose to bleed. Golden contin-
ued struggling with IBailey and
received cuts. and abrasions to
his head and face, and a stab
wound on.his neck from a knife
the suspect allecedl\ obtained'.
during the fight. :
Holcomb and Golden advised
Bailey accused Mr. Golden of
.stealing his wife, then stated he"
was looking for his red. horse that.
had been stolen,. They said he


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"In ,. R I i rhc1 Countu t.cord


The Standard Is Daily Devotions
II Timothy 3:16-17
My earliestmemory of family devo-
tions was when .I was in the army and
:l','ed o.Ernrighril ;ial i fin-. Chri- ri;an fam-
Iv gjingiq ,1 curc'ih *nrIr Ihnim the following
:Ja,3 Trhi h ,ed ci ih hroue asked me to
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tant it s for Chrislian farmilie; I': make lime
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Even in our rushed society ii may tbe
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i.,e-.a O':od-Iwle Bui rnrdn Ilnd ii a h.ilc.uii
to make a daily time to be alone with God.
This is essential with the steady flow of
garbage, trash, and filth that bombards
our minds from our society all the time.
We must at all costs make time to read
the bible, pray, and pause-long enough'for
Him to speak us. Daily devotions will
strengthen our lives and equip us for any
snare Saian has..
The Bible has an answer for every
problem we will e'.er encounter We can :
claim this by ralh God always backs up
whal He sav.
Call unito rne and I wil answer ihee
and srew ihee greal and rrnghri, ningz.
wrhicn Ihou knoweit no "Jeremiar 33 3
How imponan i s your fadnly' Thev
are imponanl enough Io ftind lme each
day Ior inem Io mreel *ilh God ihrrougrh
His word arnd in prayer


Church News Monda on
Monday Noon


appeared extremely intoxicated
and seemed under the influence
of drugs.
During the altercation, Bailey
was reportedly bitten several
times by the couple's dog.
After Bailey was apprehended,
Holcomb found a broken steak
knife handle in the floor.' Dep.
Nichols later discovered a steak
knife blade with blood on it in the
floor beside the bed.
Golden was transported by
ambulance to Bay Medical Center
where he was treated and
released. Bailey declined medical
treatment and was taken to the
Calhoun County Jail. In a sworn
statement, he reportedly said he
drank about a fifth of Captain
Morgan liquor and numerous
beers early in the day, then took
a quarter to a half gram of meth
and smoked ,about five grams of
marijuana that afternoon. During
the evening hours, he said he was
pulled over by an unknown law
enforcement agency, but fled on
foot during the traffic stop. He,
said he made his way to :Panama
City Beach where he found a Ford
pickup with the keys inside it,
stole the vehicle. then tled.,
When the truck became low, on'
fuel, Bailey said he started break-
ig. in vehicles, looking for money
pr keys. He said he came aross
White Lake A\entue and broke
into the victims' home using the
plastic card authorities had
recovered. He stated)ie was going
through, the home looking for
Money to buy gas when he came
upoLn the victims in their bed-
room..
Authorities learned Bailey is
on -.tat probatiron for, a prior
erand theft and burgl:r\ charge.
Bail'-\ remains in custody at
the Coll oun ount\ Jail.


Poplar Head vacation
bible school July 10-15
Ramble across our spectacular
nation on an unparalled road
.trip. As we plot our course across
the USA, we'll also learn to plot
our course with God. Ramblers
can gather for this Vacation Bible
School road trip at Poplar Head
Baptist Church, located on
Highway 73 in Clarksville.
Children ages 4 through grade 6
are invited to'join our vacation
bible school from July 10-15 at
6:30 until 9:00 each night.
Built around an. RV road trip
across the USA, the week will be
full of exciting bible stories, a
souvenir 'shop of crafts, fun
music in the tune-up station, and
RV camp-related refreshments
and recreation for everyone.
During the same week.
teenagers can experience the
road; decisions and destinations
with bible study and special
activities planned just for them.
Adults also will hae the opportu-
nity to participate in a rambling
road trip bible study. This week
of fun, food, and exciting learning
opportunities is free of charge'
and open to e\ er'one
Call 674-4201' for more infor-
mation.

Family and Friends Day
at New Hope Baptist
New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church. located in the Hugh
Creek Community on Hwy.. 69
South. \ill be hosting Family &
Friends Day on Sunday. Ju!!y 10'
at I Ia.m.
All are \welcome Come out and
help us celebrate this special
occasion Re\. Wade \\it-e w\ill
bnne the message Come on out
and bring a inend.

Vacation Bible School


DE DLINE atBristol First Baptist
SFirst Baptist Church of Bnstol
Swill have A'acatlionl Bible School
MOI NDY, Noon for ages IKjndei-a'rven ,ihrougli
S5th grade beetinnini on Sunday
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Blountstown First

/sAssembly of God Church


Pastor,
Sunday Services
Sunday Sch)ol...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...ll11:00 AM
Evening Wo:rship...5:30 PNM
Wednesdayy Senice...7:100 PMN


Charles Royals

H\q. 20 West,
13th Street
Bloutntst.own, FL
850-674-4331


S Meaningful Bible Study ........................9:45 AM
Exciting Worship........................1...... 11:00 AM
SBible Study & Worship....................6:00 PM,
11 Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
J l Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown

First Baptist Church.
Helping people follow it the footsteps of Christ


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
with

7Blountstown UnitedMethodist Church
'A Place Where We,
REJOICE In God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown. Florida


850-674-8254
R850-R74-1A44


STEVEN D. WARREN. PASTOR


night, July 10th. at 7:00 p.m.:
(EDT) and continue each night
until Friday night, July 15th. The
theme this year will be "Which
Way Do I Go" Where is Route
254?
Come for a time of fun and
games. For more information call
the church office at 643-5400..

True Holiness ground
breaking set for July 23

Come one, Come all, to a
ground breaking fun day for the'
building of a new church on July'
23, starting at 9:30 a.m. until.
The event will take place at the
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts Land
Company, 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.459 Year of Issuance: 1998
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Lot #10.
Block P-11. an unrecorded Plat In Calhoun
County. Florida being described as follows:
Begin at the SW Corner of the W 1/2 of the NE
1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 31. Township 2
North. Range 11 West. and run East 120 feet:
thence run North 920 feet to Point of
Beginning: then run .East 100 feet: thence
North 40 feet: thence West 100 feet: thence
South 40 feet to Point of Beginning. Subject to
Restrictions of Record.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Adolphus
Limberg Bannerman. P.O. Box 775,
Chesapeake Beach. Md 20732
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law the
property described In such certificate shall be
SOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
door on the 4th day of August, 2005, at 10:00 .
A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA
June 15, 22, 29:July 6


LEGAL NTICEi^


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 05-0085-CA
DIVISION
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC.,
Plaintiff,,
-vs-
STANLEY E. DUNCAN AND CHERYL D.
DUNCAN, HIS WIFE
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated JUNE
25, 2005 and entered in Civil Case No.
05-0085-CA of the Circuit Court of the
FOURTEENTH Judicial Circuit in and for
CALHOUN County. Florida wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS. INC., Plaintiff and STANLEY -E.
DUNCAN AND CHERYL D. DUNCAN, HIS WIFE
are defendants, I will .a-ii .:. the highestand
best bidder for cash, OCi [IE FRONT STEPS
.'F TiE -L I'-l.r J'i COUNTY C O i'.l i'tl u .tE ,-%i
2'.:i .' CErij.t..Wi.%VE. EAST. EL''i.IriT I''.'. r
FLORIDA 3:?424 AT 11:00 A.M. -CENTRAL
STANDARD TIME on August .11, 2005 the
following dr-'.:i-t]c cr-,i.p ,' as set forth in
said Final Ju.3im' r..i.t :* .
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE SOUTH
HALF OF BLOCK 27. OFF F.M YON S
ADDITION TO BLOUNISTOWN. ACCORDING
TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 22, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARI A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY
WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS'
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO
COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
CALHOUN COUNTY COURTHOUSE. 20859
CENTRAL AVENUE EAST, BLOUNTSTOWN,
FL 32424 WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF Y
OUR RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE OF SALE: IF
IuL AR. bLA.Rir,G IMPAiRD -ALL
1 800 955- 67 1: IF. YOU ARE VOICED
IMPAIRED CALL' 1.800-955-8770.

D.'iE 't EiOPi, '-T'TL--' I Fl.: ild. this 28th:

SF.iTii "
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
S July 6, 13. 2005




.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2005 17 CA
DIVISION NONE
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.,
Plaintiff.
-v-
BRIAN MERCER, et al,
Defendant
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to, a
Final Judgmenl of Mortgage'Foreclosure dated
June i4 2':"', and7 entered In Case No.
2'.:.', -. :.\ oft the C r,:r l Ii'.:.u' s ..f the
SFOUPTEENTH' Judicial in I',:u. in inr. for
I-,'.Lh'.u'l r I i.ul., f'lorida wherein WELLS
SF.,'-E,,-' V v.,lN i. rt A i. the Plaintiff and BRIAN-
Ll MEF.i'E. MELtLI .i, MERCER: 5re the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder-for cash at -LOBBY OF THE. CALHOUN
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00 AJ i%.
"12:00 PM EST on the 5th day of August, 2005,
il i':,i ...- i,: s' i. iril". : ,I l "i 'ii l' .set forth in
-i Firu. .iu'1'rnTi-n
BEGIN.AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER, OF
THE EAST- HALF OF THE SOUTHEAST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST.QUARTER
OF SECTION'.30, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 10 WEST, CALHOUN COUNTY.
FLORIDA; THENCE-GO SOUTH 105 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING: THENCE GO
SOUTH, 105 FEET: THENCE GO WEST 210
.FEET;: THENCE GO .NORTH 105 FEET;
THENCE GO EAST 210 FEET BACK TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH A
MOBILE HOME LOCATED THEREON AS A
PERMANENT FIXTURE. AND APPURTENANCE
THERETO DESCRIBED AS A 2004 REDMAN
DOUBLEWIDE WITH SERIAL NUMBERS
11439798A AND 11439798B.
A/K/A 23960 NW LUCILLE LANE ALTHA, FL
32421.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court
on June 28, 2005.
RUTH ATTAWAY.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
July 6, 13, 2005"




LANDS STORE ROAD STORMWATER ,
IMPROVEMENT IS
PROJECT # 14.091
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids from
any qualified person.- company or corporation
interested, in constructing the following
project:
LANDS STORE ROAD STORMWATER
IMPROVEMENTS
Project Is located In Calhoun County, Florida
and consists of paving existing dirt road with
open graded asphaltic concrete, constructing
grassed swales for stormwater improvement.
This project is being funded by Northwest
Florida Water Management Districts Florida
-Forever/Funding Program.
Plans and specifications can be obtained at
Preble-Rish, Inc. 324 Marina Drive. Port St.
Joe. Florida 32456;, (850) 227-7200. The bid
must conform to Section 287.133(3) Florida
Statutes, on public entity crimes. '
Completion dale for this project will be 120
dsn from the dpte of the Notice to Proceed'
presented to I-.e s'ccei fiui bidder.
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the project on the specified date will be set at
$500.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid
is for.
Bids will be received until 1:30 P.M. (CDTI
on August 2 2005 at the Calhoun County
Clerk's Office, Calhoun County Courthouse,
20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130.
Blountstown. Florida 32424. and will be
opened and read aloud on August 2. 2005 at
2:00 P.M. (CDT),
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
~0.00 per set and is non-refundable. Checks
should be made payable to PREBLE-RISH. INC.
The Board of County Commissioners reserves
the right to waive informalities in any bid. to
accept and/or reject any or all bids, and to
accept the bid that in their judgment will be in
the best interest of Calhoun County.
A pre-bid meeting will be held at 9:00 A.M.
(CDT) on July 19. 2005 at the Calhoun County
Emergency Operations Center (EOC), located
In the basement of the Calhoun County
Courthouse. 20859 Central Avenue East. Room
G-35. Blountstown. Florida 32424.
If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
July 6. 13, 2005




WEATHERIZATION BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids on July 19. 2005 at 3:00
P.M. or as soon afterwards as practical in the
County Commission Board Room, 20859
Central Avenue East. in Blountslown, Florida
for contractors interested in the weatherizing
of houses and mobile homes. Specifications
may be picked up at the Weatherization Office
between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 3:30 P.M.
Bidders must provide proof of General Liability
and Workman's Compensation Insurance in
Sthe Bid Package. The Insurance must be in
force at the time of the bid opening. As an
alternative to providing Workman's
Compensation Insurance, the prospective
bidder shall provide proof of worker's,.
compensation exemption. Any person
claiming to be exempt shall be subject to an
on-the-job inspection for proof of exemption
and license of all workers on job site. For
further information. please contact Faye Bailey.
'at 674-2571.
The Board of County. Commissioners reserves
the right to reject any or part of all bids.
July 6.13, 2005




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION


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PLAINTIFF
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RE NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset
Foreclosure Sale dated June 22. 2005 entered
in Civil Case No. 2003-262-CA of the Circuit
Court of the 141TI Judicial Circuit in anic for
-. ji r 7 ,, 1-1 1 1 -I I I -I] ',-1[ 1 to th .
nli-hi rn.il 1- :l LlI.lCi i-.. cash at. the
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i'.r:il, 'l i..mrin0 .:.- IIr.i l Judgment. to-witl
ONE SQUARE ACRE IN THE SOUTHEAST
.CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST I .4 OF
NORTHWEST 1. 4 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 3. TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, RANGE 9
WEST, CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Dated this 30th day of June. 2005
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
June 6, 13. 2005




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO :2005-DR 1437
JAMES ERIC McCALLISTIR .
Petitioner "
and
LAVELLE DELORAS McCALLISIER
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF
SMARRLAGE
To: L.avelle L'-I-r ,: r .
2203 West PF. n.il, ..-i 1-1
STallahassee. FL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an actlpn has been
filed against ... : i i ,., -n i-.. lr '.3 to
serve a copy c. ,'...... i Irr :: a 11 n-i i to
It on James McCallister. whose address is P.O.
Box 135, Hosford, FL 32334 on and before
July 5, 2005 and file- the original with the
.clerk of. this Conrl iI 30o S Monroe SI Rm.
153, Tallahas-':.'e F. :32': ..l' :. tI 'r ice on
Petitioner or iit..ni,.:i i: l, ili- illi If you
fail to do so. a delaulh may be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
'petition.
Copies of all court documneits in this case.,
'including order. a-e available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Currerit
Address,- Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will, be mailed to the address on
'record at the clerk's office. :
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedures, requires certain
automatic disclosure, of documents and
information Failure to comply can result In
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of
pleadings. .
Dated this June 6, 2005
.Bob Irzer
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Leon County, Florida
July 6. 13., 20, 27, 2005


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brought them back for show-and-
tell on Thursdays.
Special guests from the com-
munity visited each library
branch once a week Among
these guests were Shelley King
from Calhoun County Extension
services, Jessica Bowden from
the Calhoun County 4-H pro-
gram, Tony Shoemake from the
Calhoun County Sheriffs office,
Ben Hall from the fire depart-
ment, and Smokey the Bear from
the Florida Division of Forestry.
Each guest brought vital learning
activities and information for
everyone present.
At the end of each day's activi-
ties, all participants enjoyed a
healthy snack before leaving for
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vided middle school through
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reading'program led by Sonya
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earn more.than $36K first year. OTR
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S Reasonable Rates
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LOST & FOUND

Lost 2 yr. old male cat, neutered, gray
hair with' black stripes and while
underbelly, long haired answers io Jake or
Jakie Last seen at intersection 3o 274 &
69-A near peanut mill. Call 762-9245.


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less than half the original price. The
Microkinetic Treatment System removes
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EPA. Call Albin Byler at 674-8227.
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Jacuzzi Whirlpool bain ub for to with
inline heater, paid $1600 wills ell for $800
firm. Call 674-3671,;leave message.
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Whirlpool washer and dryer, excellent
condition, $150 eacn rNw. never used
Invacare Walker arid conmode. $50 each
Call 674-7471.

MATTRESS SET New full set with
factory warranty, $99. call 850.2?2-7783.
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cherr [able Wilh t6 Chars. .and irhlre.d crina
cabinet $3K real -,eii lfr $999
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The County Record, JULY 6, 2005, Page 13



Si urrs T Now Hiring
S i u red in c The Town of Altha is now accepting applications for the
position of Town Clerk. Anyone interested in the position
BY KELLI PEACOCK should bring a resume to The Altha Town Hall and pick up
News Editor an application. Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00:
noon Monday through Friday. The deadline for accepting,
A two vehicle crash on CR 274 West applications will be 12 noon on July 25, 2005.
sent a local man to the hospital Friday
afternoon.
According to the Calhoun County : Altha Town HIall
Sheriffs Office, Daniel Pitts was west- P.O. Box
bound on CR 274 near Hall Funeral
Home when he stopped in the road- 25586 Main Street Altha, FL 32421
way to make a left hand turn in a res- 850-762-3280
idence. Pitts said he looked to the
west, but did not see anyone coming. -,
As he began to turn in the driveway, a -
1999 Chevrolet SUV, driven by J.D. '"3- '""
Whitt, 40, was heading east and
struck the front right corner panel of
Pitts' truck. .
Pitts' vehicle ended up in the ditch, h, -., I
while Whitt's SUV came to final rest in ..."
the driveway of the residence.. d h ..
Whitt was, transported by ambu-
lance to Calhoun-Liberty Hospital 0-- i"-
where he was treated for minor W
injuries.
The investigation was turned over i
to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Pictured at right is Whitt's SUV o- ..
that sustained substantial damage in -
the collision. L

The Calhoun County

Calhoun County School Board School Board Meeting
PUBLIC NOTICE originally scheduled for
JOB OPPORTUNITY Tuesd Jul th has
The Town of Altha will hold an election on Tuesday, July 12th has
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications August 8, 2005. You may qualify with the Town been rescheduled for
for the following position: Clerk July 11-15, 2005., Office hours are 8:00 monday, July 11 th, 2005

Physical Education/Head Basketball Coach 12:00 noon Monday through Friday. Two seats .
Altha Public School are up'for re-election.
* Terms'of Employment: 10 months
* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule "
* Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate State of Florida: im :I
Certification I0EI IlF
* Applications are available at the office of the superintendent .l
located in the Courthouse.: Completed applications maybe l
returned to the School Board office by July 11, 2005, 12:00 l
* A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at f -
Altha Public School'or the School Board Office. :
* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs. 2
-Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Ronnie Hand, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, Pontiac Olds GMC Inc.
religion, sex, age; national origin,. handicap or marital sialus. .
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer I l
July 6, 2005


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Language Arts
Altha Public School
*Terms of Employment: 10 months
* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
* 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 July 11, 2005, 12:00
Noon
* 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 Mr. 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
July 6, 2005

Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Agriculture Teacher
Altha Public School
* Terms of Employment: 10 months
* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
* 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 July 11, 2005,12:00
Noon
*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 Mr. Ronnie Hand, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status;
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
SEqual Opportunity Employer .Jul,
.. .. July 6,2005


AT.


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20331, CENTRAL AVENUE WEST, BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA
Pontiac Olds, GMC Inc. CONTACT US ONLINE! HopkinsBTown@hotmail.com
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The County Record, JULY 6, 2005, Page 14




BLOU11NTISTOWN CTY OUNIL *11 MINUTES


SBLOUNTSTOWN CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR SESSION
MINUTES
S May 10, 2005, 6 P.M.
The City Council, City of Blountstown,
County of Calhoun, State of Florida, met
in Regular Session on Tuesday, May 10,
2005 at 6:00 P.M. at the City Council
meeting room with the following mem-
bers of the City Council present: Mayor
R.W. Deason, Councilwoman Janie
Boyd, Councilman Clifford Jackson,
Councilman John Tomlinson and
Councilman Steve Bailey.
SAlso present were City
Manager/Engineer Jimmy Hand and City
Attorney David House.
Z Others present included Cissy
Barfield, Harry Hagan, Ben Hall, Marc
Tomlinson, Kim Tanner, Charles Sherrod,
Rodney Smith, Tony Shoemake, Gerri
Griffin, David Melvin, Carrie Baker,
Jessie Ehrich, Larry Richardson,
CeMetris Engram, Chelsia Burkes,
Bevorah McKelvin, LaQueece Dawson,
Jody Dawson, Korene Simmons,
Thaddeus Simmons, Clarissa
Washington, Rosetta Donaldson, Erykah
Andrews, Barbara Pouncy, and Gwen
icKelvin.
-. Mayor Deason called the meeting to
order at 6:00 P.M.
S--Councilwoman Boyd led the invoca-
tion and the City Manager/Engineer,
Zimmy Hand, led the Pledge of
:Allegiance.
The following minutes were presented
-to the Council for their approval: Regular
Session April 12, 2005 and Special
Session April 26, 2005. Councilman
Bailey made a motion to accept the April
:i2; 2005 regular session as presented.
-gouncilwoman Boyd seconded the
mcition. The motion carried. Councilman
-Tomlinson made a motion to approve the
minutes from the April 26, 2005 Special
Session. Councilman Jackson seconded'
t.te motion. The motion carried.
SNext was the discussion of monthly
iKills through April 30, 2005. Councilman
Bailey moved to pay the monthly bills
:with the add-on list. Councilwoman Boyd
S-econded the motion. The motion car-
:r4ed.
2 The following were added to the open
agenda: Carrie Baker, Brenda Engram,
and Thaddeus Simmons.
.The City Attorney read the second
and final reading of Ordinance 2005-02.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF.
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA; PUR-
ROSE; RATES; SEVERABILITY; CON-
FLICT WITH OTHER LAWS; EFFEC-
TIVE DATE; AUTHORITY. Councilman
Bailey made a motion to accept
Ordinance 2005-02 as read. Councilman
Tomlinson seconded the motion. The
rtiotion carried
SThe Ciry Attorney read the second
and final reading of Ordinance 2005-03.
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A FRAN-
CHISE TO G.T. COM, INC. OF PORT ST.
JOE, FLORIDA, TO CONSTRUCT,
OPERATE AND MAINTAIN ATELECOM-
MUNICATIONS SYSTEM AND LINES


CONNECTED THEREWITH..
Councilman Tomlinson made a motion to
accept Ordinance 2005-03 as read.
Councilwoman Boyd seconded the
motion. The motion carried.
The City Attorney presented the 10-
year GT Com Pole and Brighthouse Pole
Attachment Agreement. After a brief dis-
cussion, Councilman Tomlinson made a
motion to approve the GT Com and
Brighthouse Pole Attachment
Agreements as presented to the Council.
Councilman Jackson seconded the
motion. The motion carried.
The City Attorney addressed the
Council concerning the "Jack Brake"
Ordinance request from Mr. David Blair at
the April 12, 2005 Regular City Council
Meeting. The City Attorney advised the
Council not to adopt a "Jack Brake"
Ordinance. After a brief discussion, it
was the consensus of the Council to fol-
low the recommendation of the City*
Attorney and not adopt a "Jack Brake"
Ordinance.
Next, Tony Shoemake representing
Main Street addressed the Council:
regarding the four park benches it the
Magnolia Square Park. Mr. Shoemake
would like to remove the-four benches,
restore them, and then place eight, new
benches in the park. It was the consen-
sus of the Council to allow Main Street to
remove the benches from the park and
place eight new ones. Mr. Shoernake.
also questioned who was responsible for.
the advertisement benches on Hwy. 71'
and Hwy. 20. After a brief discussion, it
was the consensus of the Council for the
City Attorney to contact D.O.T regarding
the benches. The City Attorney will
address this at the June Regular City
Council meeting.
B.J. Bailey, briefly spoke with the
Council concerning the Greenway proj-
ect. Mrs. Bailey stated that' in the.
process of the Greenway Bike Path con-
struction, three culverts have been
installed jy the clean out ditch on the'
south side. Mrs. Bailey would like these
culverts removed because of the con-
cerns of two wetlands joining. David
'.'Melvin will look into this and meet with
Mrs. Bailey to resolve this issue.
The Mayor informed the Council of
the D.O.T. traffic signal update. D.O.T.
does not feel that trattic signals need to
be placed at Hwy 71 & Charlie Johns
Street or Hwy. 20 & Charlie Johns Street.
"'he Mayor strongly suggested a traffic
signal being placed on Hwy. 20 & Charlie
Johns Street. No action was taken on
this item.
Harry Hagan addressed the Council
concerning the Greenway Bike Path. Mr.
Hagan stated that during the:flood there
were several areas along the Bike.Path
that were flooded because the'y did not
have any dinr to build these areas up. Mr.
'Hagan .stated that at the last County
Commission meeting, they voted to
donate the dirt for.thelow areas of the
Bike Path. After fixing the low areas with
the air, there should not be any more
concerns with the. Bike Path Ilooding in


those areas. David Melvin addressed the
Council concerning the amount of money
needed to finish the Greenway Bike Path.
The added cost to the project is about
$23,000.00. The Council asked what the
cost would be to transport the dirt from
the County. Mr. Melvin did not have an
estimated cost.
Next, Mr. Andy Williams was on the
agenda to address the three way stop on
Gaskin Street. Mr. Williams was not
present to address this item.
Next, Mrs. Kay Weed was on the
agenda to address her sewer average.
Mrs. Weed was not present to address
this item.
Jimmy Hand, City Manager/Engineer
addressed the Council regarding a water
and sewer request from .Mrs. Bonnie
Sulewski. Mrs. Sulewski is outside the
City limits. After a brief discussion, it was.
the consensus of the Council to see if the
Sulewskis will annex into the City. If the
Sulewskis agreed to annex in the City
then the City will run water and sewer to
her property. It was asked of the Council
whether Mrs. Sulewski should be.
required to pay the new rates that were
voted on tonight or since she requested
this service three Weeks ago should she
be able to pay the old rates if cheaper.'
Councilman.Bailey made a motion fhat
upon a .written request for annexation,
Mrs. Sulewski would pay the cheaper
rate for water and sewer services. Also,
she will be responsible for maintaining
the lift station, Councilwoman Boyd sec-
onded the motion. The motion carried..
Carrie Baker addressed the Council
expressing her concerns about how the
City Police Department acted during
"Chunky Sunday". Mrs. Baker stated that
the City Police Chief had' the Florida
.Highway Patrol; and Liberty Sheriff's
Department help with the driver's license
checks. After a lengthy discussion, it was
the consensus of the Council to have a
committee represent "Chunky Sunday".
The committee, Police Chief Glenn
Kimbrel, Major Rodney Smith, and
Councilman Clifford Jackson would meet
and try to come to an agreement regard-
ing "Chunky Sunday".
SThe Cry Attorney opened proposals
for "Architectural Services". There was
one proposal for this service which was
received by:
Hammond Design Group (Doug
Shuler)
It was the consensus of ihe Council to
meet with Doug Shuler from Hammond
Design Group at the June 14, 2005
Regular Council Meeting.
The City Attorney opened and read
aloud the bids for "Miscellaneous
Equipment For Sale". The bids were as
follows:
(GROUP 1)
Glenda Stevens: $25.04
(GROUP 2)
,Archie Faircloth: $10.00
Roy Wood: $75.00
(GROUP 3)
Roy Wood: $50.00
Councilman Tomlinson made a


motion to award the bid to the highest
bidder of each group (Group 1- Glenda
Stevens, Group 2- Roy Wood, Group 3-
Roy Wood) Councilman Bailey seconded
the motion. The motion carried.
The City Attorney opened and read
aloud the bids for Piping Material. The
bids were as follows:
Lewis Smith Supply: $27,498.42
Fergurson Waterworks: $20,350.15
Consolidated Pipe & Supply (Albany,
GA.): $25,881.35
Consolidated Pipe & Supply (Santa
Rosa Beach, FL.): $26,302.71
Hughes Supply: $29,323.22
Bell Supply: $25,112.93
Councilman Tomlinson made a
motion to accept the lowest bidder based
upon the City Manager/Engineer and
staff reviewing the bids. Councilman
Bailey seconded the motion. The motion
carried.
The City Attorney opened and read
aloud the bids for the Lining Contract.
The bids were as follows:
American Water : Services:
$126,354.00 .
Insituform: $94,273.00
Suncoast: $93,652.75
SCouncilman Tomlinson made a
motion to award the Lining Contract to
the apparent low bidder that meets the"
specifications. Councilman Jackson sec-
onded the motion. The motion carried.
.Next, was the bid opening for the Dig
Contractor work. No bids were received
on this item.
Next, the City Attorney opened and
read aloud the bids for the. purchase of
Rock, Backfill, and Asphalt. The bids.
were as follows:
Griffin Sand & Concrete
(1) $8.00/ yard delivered
(2) No Bid
(3) No Bid
(4) No Bid
(5) No Bid
C.W. Roberts Cbntracting, Inc.
,( 1 $10 00' yard
.,(2) No Bid
3) $39 50 per ton tax
14i 39 50 per ton + tax.
15 No Bid
Councilman Bailey made a moon to
award Bid #1 to the apparent low bidder,
(Griffin Sand & Concrete) Also on Bid #3
and #- to CGW. Roberts Conslruction. 'On
#2 and #5 the City Manager/Engineer,
Jimmy Hand will check with local supplier
for the best price. Councilman Tomlinson
seconded the motion. The motion car-
ried.
Next, Kim Tanner discussed the annu-
al report on the Comprehensive
Economic Development Strategy. Mrs.
Tanner stated the Apalachee .Regional
Planning Council requested a list of the,
City of Blountstown's needs. This letter
submitted to ARPC by the City of.
Blountstown is included in the Apalachee
Regional Planning Cpuncil's 2005 Annual
Report to the Economic Development
Administration of the U.S. Department of
Commerce. ARPC recommends the City


do this every year. The Council agreed to
submit the letter to ARPC.
Kim Tanner asked for direction from
the Council concerning the Interest Rates
for the City funds that are currently in a
CD at Regions Bank. After a brief dis-
cussion, Councilman Tomlinson made' a
motion to go with the 3 month CD at
Regions Bank. Councilman Bailey sec-
onded the motion. The motion carried.
(See.attached quote sheet) It was the
consensus of the Council to see if
Regions Bank will allow you to put every-
thing over the $3 million in a separate
CD.
Mrs. Tanner also informed the Council
concerning the Economic Development
Financing Course offered by D.C.A. This
course will be offered 3-4 times over the
next year. After a brief discussion, it was
the consensus of the Council for Kim to
attend the course.
Charles. Sherrod addressed the
Council requesting a new pump for Water


NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO

AMEND THE CITY OF

BLOUNTSTOWN COMPREHENSIVE

PLAN FUTURE LAND USE MAP


Pursuant to Chapter Sections 163.3181 and
163.319;1 of the Florida Statutes, and Chapter
Rules 9J-5.004; and 9J-5.0053, of the Florida
Administrative Code, all Florida communities are
required to periodically review and update their local
government comprehensive plans and evaluate how
effective they are in meeting the state and local
government goals and objectives. The City of
Blountstown is currently completing this process.

The City of Blountstown is currently accepting
applications from property owners who wish to
change the Future Land Use designation of their
property on the City of Blountstown Future Land,
Use Map. The City has established an amendment
cycle which allows property owners to apply for land
use changes twice a year. Applications for land use
changes may be filed at City Hall during July and
August and again in December and January. The
Current City of Blountstown Future Land Use Map
and Applications for Map Amendments are available
at City Hall. For more information contact the City
of Blountstown at 850-674-5488..
July 6, 13


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


ON AN ORDINANCE CHANGING


THE USE OF LAND



CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA


The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners proposesto adopt an ordinance
affecting the use of land by amending the Calhoun County Comprehensive Plan to approve a'
Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment which will change approximately ten acres of
land on Missy Lane, in Section .17,Tovnship-, 1N, Range 9W, from Agricultural Land Use,
,allowing 1. residential unit per' 10 acres with limited agricultural based commercial
.development, to Mixed Use. Rural Residential, allowing 2 :units, per acre with limited
neighborhood commercial development.

'ORDINANCE NO. 2005-03

-AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ADOPTING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, AS REQUIRED.
BY CHAPTER 163, FLORIDA STATUTES, DESIGNED TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND
USE MAP TO APPROVE A SMALL SCALE MAP AMENDMENT, AUTHORIZING THE
;TRANSMITTAL ; OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA .DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.



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The Calhoun County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on' the proposed Small
Scale Amendment on TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2005, at 4:00 P.M., to consider recommendations
to the Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners regarding the amendment The
Calhoun County. Board of County Commissioners will hold a.Public Hearing on the ordinance
for adoption of the Small Scale Amendment, on TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2005, at 5:00 P.M. ih
.the Commission Meeting Room of the County Courthouse. A copy of said ordinances.may be
inspected by the public at the Office of the Calhoun County Clerk of Court.

Please be advised.that if a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any
matter considered at this hearing, such person will need a record of these proceedings, and
for this purpose such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings -s
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based. .
'July 6, July 13,2005
I '1


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


ON A SPECIAL EXCEPTION

ALLOWING A SPECIAL USE OF LAND




CALHOUN COUNTY FLORIDA


The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a. public
hearing, on a proposal to allow the special use.of land for a Commercial
Automobile Exhaust & Repair Shop. The proposed use would be located on
an approximate two (2) acre site, North of Highway 71, in Section 6,Township
1 South, Range8 West.


Pursuant to Article II-of the Calhoun County Land Development Code, a,
Special Exception is a use that would not be appropriate generally or without
,restriction throughout a land use division or district but which, if controlled as
tolt number, area, location, or relation to the neighborhood, would promote, the
public health, safety, welfare, morals, order, comfort, convenience,
appearance, prosperity, or the general welfare. .Such uses may be
permissible in a land use classification or district as a special exception if
specific provisions for such special exception are made.


The Public Hearing to consider the Special Exception will be held on
TUESDAY, July 19, 2005, at 5:00 P.M at the Calhoun County Courthouse,
.,Commission meeting room.


Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made with
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July 6, July 13, 2005


Well #3. Mr. Sherrod stated that the
pump went out and is not worth replac-
ing. Mr. Sherrod stated that a new pump
would cost $17,500.00. After a brief dis-
cussion, Councilman Tomlinson made a
motion to purchase a stainless steel
pump for Water Well #3. Councilwoman
Boyd seconded the motion. The motion
carried.
Councilman Bailey addressed his
concerns regarding amnesty items.
Councilman Bailey would like to see
the Ordinance the City has concerning
street peddlers. After a brief discussion
the City Attorney will look into this matter
and address it at the June Council meet-
ing.
There being no further business, the
meeting adjourned at 8:27 p.m.

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