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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 2005
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Preceded by: Calhoun County times (Altha, Fla.)

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2005 N 98th Year, No. 45 E BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


COURT


Several


sentenced


in Circui


Court
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Circuit Court was in session
last Wednesday from 9 a.m. until
6:30 p.m. with Judge Hentz
McClellan handing down several
sentences. Cases include:
Roger Allen Daniels. 41.
was sentenced to five years in
state prison for violatingg his pro-
bation. The case stems from a
disorderly intoxication and
resisting arrest without Liolence
charge. Daniels \\as on proba-
tion for a 2002 burglary charge.
He received a 12 year suspended
sentence in that case.
Makion Junior Kirkland
pled no contest and w\as sen-
Itenced to four years in state
prison for possession of a con-
trolled substance with intent to
sell or deliver
Gregory Paul Hartzell, 31.
was sentenced to two years and
eight months in state prison for
grand theft, forgery, and uttering
a false instrument.
Nathan Samuel McKenzie,
charged w ith introduction of
contraband into a county deten-
SEE SENTENCING, PAGE 13


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HOME AWAY FROM HOME: IRuby Jones of Pine Island makes herself cormfortoole orn a, cot between t-..o bookshelves at the Colhoun
County Public Library in Blountstown, She was one of over 70 .hoc. found refuge at the Blountsto..'n Lit:.rar, .'.,nen Hurricane Dennis made
landfall in the panhancii.- -" -.:i. r. i ..r .:r .. : : .:..urit I. 'u -.: .'.:0 ..I :..tl, fr n:. n- lh :...r .i r,.:l ulf : j ti :


'Dennis the

Menace' cuts

locals a break

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
This one was just too close for comfort.
Calhoun Countians prepared for the
worst and prayed for the best over the
weekend as Hurricane Denmns barreled
toward the panhandle. Fears were wide-
spread Saturday night and early Sunday as
the storm reached category 4 strength with
sustained winds clocked at 145 miles per
hour. A couple hours before landfall. the
storm dropped back to a category 3 with
winds at 135 mph.
By late Sunday afternoon it was all over.
And, with the exception of a few downed
SEE DENNIS, PAGE 11


Ready for the next one? Local shelters


Storms are already Churning in th6
tropics and, on the heels bf Hurricane
Dennis, It's the perfect time to get pre-.
pared if another should head our way.
In addition to the standard 'stock-up-
on-water-battenes-and-food" advice,
here's some tips on preparing for the
worst should you have to evacuate:
V Collect all your important papers -
and documents (checkbook, insUrance
records, bills, etc).
v:. inventory your home with a video,
or stil,.camera
V'"' Make a list of "must have". item's iou ,
want to take with you (famnly heirloo rhs
photos, and keepsakes).
. .V Be sure to keep your prescriptions, :
filled so.you have a ready supply in c6se
you need to leave' in a hurry.
SIf you have pets, plan for where
they 'will stay, It you plan to brfig them,
check ahead for hotels' that allow'pets
(try www,pefswelcome,com for listings),


provide refuge

for 360 people

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
As the panhandle braced for Hurricane
Dennis' arrival, thousands of coastal resi-
dents, along with hundreds of locals.
sought a safe place out of the storm's path.
A total of 360 found refuge here in Calhoun
County where five shelters were opened
around the community.
"I think it ran the best it's ever gone."
says Rita Maupin, Calhoun County Public
Library Director. who was in charge of
mass care. 'The special needs shelter was
at the [Calhoun Countyl Sr. Citizens
[Centerl and it was for people who needed
SEE SHELTERS, PAGE 11


SUSPECT FACING NEW CHARGES



Marshall murder trial set
Facing more charges
after allegedly being
caught with four shanks,
handcuff key in jail
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The trial of a Blountstown
man accused of murdering his
grandmother and attempting, to
murder one of her friends was
set in Circuit Court last
Wednesday.
Edkah "Eddie" Leroy
Marshall, 19, is scheduled to
stand trial September 12. A pre-
trial hearing has been set for
August 3.
Marshall is being held \with-
out bond in the Calhoun County
Jail. charged in the March
shooting death of his grand-
mother, Ruby Sansom. 71, and
the attempted murder of her
friend, Gerald Wells. 61.
SEE MURDER, PAGE 13


tcturoing Ountstomn and Zalhoun 00ount v inct 1qo7


COURT


DUI death

case ends

in eight year

sentence
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Marianna man was sen-
tenced to eight years in state
prison for allegedly being under
the influence of both alcohol and
drugs when he crashed in
Calhoun County in the summer
of 2003, resulting in the death of
his passenger.
Jon Allan Johnson, 27,
changed his not guilty plea to no:
contest on charges of DUI
manslaughter Wednesday in a
.Circuit Court hearing ,in the
Calhoun County Courthouse:
Assistant State Attorney David
House, alleges Johnson was
under the influence of
hydrocodone and alcohol at the
time of the accident on July 21,.
2003.
According to the Florida
Hiehw\ay Patrol, Johnson was
Ithe driver of a 2003 four-door.
Kia traveling southbound on SR
73, just south of CR 274 near
Shelton's Corner, around 10:1;5
SEE DUI, PAGE 5

EASH LAW

Elderly lady

falls, breaks

foot lile

fighting dog

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The leash law being drafted
by Blountstown city officials
won't come a moment too soon.
Last week, a local woman walk-
ing along a downtown residen-
tial street fell and broke her foot
while fighting off a dog.
Willie Bridges. 80. says she
was strolling down Depot
Avenue Tuesday morning when
a dog came running at her.
Fearing the dog w\as going to bite
her, she says she fought him off
with her purse and, in the
process, fell down on the street.
Bridges walked over to the
Helping Hands Thrift 'Shop on
North Pear Street where she fre-
quently shops. Store .volunteer
Hattie Williamson says she
immediately realized Bridges
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Adam Joseph Roberts and Laura Suzanne Guilford


Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brad Purvis


Marchant, Purvis


united in marriage

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Purvis, Steve Nlarchant and Diane
Marchant are pleased to announce the marriage of their chil-
dren, Michael Brad to Sharon Nicole. Brad and Nicole were
united in marriage on Saturday. May 28. 2005. The couple
celebrated the day with a host of family and friends.
The family would like to say thank you to all of those whoi ,
helped to make their day special:
< ^ *' ** .


Laura Guilford will


wed Adam Roberts
SBruce and Janet Edewaard of Blountstown and Don ard Tonja
Guilford of Crawlfordville proudly announce the engagement of their
daughter, Laura Suzanne Guilford, to Adam Joseph Roberts, son of
Gary and Mary Ann Roberts of Tallahassee.
Laura is the granddaughter of.Doug and Frances Price, Pauline
Guilford, and Jimmie Lee and Dolly Guilford, all of Blountstown.
Adam is the grandson of the late Hinton and the late Eunice
Roberts of Tallahassee, the late Clarence Dignfelder of Rochester,
N.Y. and Margaret Dingfelder. currently residing in Sun City Center.
Laura is a graduate of Blountstown High School and is a senior at
Florida State University. She will graduate with a degree in
,Elementary Education in April.
Adam is a graduate of Lincoln 'High School and received a degree
in Political Science from Florida State University. He is a lobbyist
with a Tallahassee government relations firm;
The couple is planning a small family wedding in December.


Wimberly
'' The descendants of Terence
Leavy Wimberly will hold their
:annual family reunion Saturday,
July 16, at the Altha Community
Center on Smith Street in Altha.
FL.
The building will open at 9:00
a.m. for visitation and fellow-
ship. with lunch following.
approximately 11:30 a.m. (All
times CST.
All family and friends of the
Wimberly family are invited to
attend. Please bring pictures,
videos, family documents and
memorabilia .to share with oth-
ers.
For more information, contact
Alene Whitehead in Altha.
n, !T ,


Goodman
The Goodman Family
Reunion will be held Sunday.
July 18, from 11 a.m. until at
the V.T. Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown.
All relatives and friends are
welcome. Please bring a covered
dish and your favorite old pho-
tos.
For further information, con-
tact 674-8317.

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at June 26 serve
Joey and Michelle Bright were honored and blessed on June 26,
2005 as family and friends joined them and their children for the
renewing of marriage vows and the family blessing.
Their day of celebration was held at the Christian Center Church:
in Marianna. The ceremony was conducted by their pastors. Jack
Hollis and Gina Mayo..
The Bright family has appreciated arid been blessed by the love
extended them by their Calhoun County family. however. they will be
relocating before the new school year.
Michele is the daughter of Janice and Tio.Bodiford, and Cleve
Barfield of Blountstown. Joey is the son of Buddy Bright and the late
Louise Bright, also of Blountstown.

Health Network will


hold Julymeengs
The Panhandle Area Health Network has the following meeting
schedule for the month of July. The Network is a non-profit corpo-
ration of health care providers working to strengthen the health care
system in Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and Washington coun-
ties. Locations of the meetings are alternated among the five coun-
ties and all meetings are open to the public. For further Information
about any of these meetings, please call the Network office at 482-
9088. ,..
Feta'and Infant Mortality Review, Monday, July 25, 5:30 p.m.,
Jackson Hospital Classroom, Marianna, FL
PAHN Communily .Advisory Council. Thiur-da:.. July 28, 11:30
a.m.. Jackson County, Panrlandli- Area Health Nrcluark, Inc,'s
Conference Room.
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Oh Boyl He's "**"!t
Kaiden D, .Hatchett is about to cele-
brate his birthday. Kaiden brings excite-
ment to his parents. Karrina and Corey
Hatchett. He is the little brother to
Kendall Hatchett. His maternal grandpar-
ents are James and Rosea Lane. Great
grandparents are the late Annie Lee
Lane and Winnie Cooley. His paternal
grandparents are Wallace and Brenda
Howard and the late Nathaniel'Hatchett.
Paternal great grandparents are Leola
Freeman, :and Aaron 'Everett. His
Godmother is Tonya Beckcaith., His
Godparents are Thaddeus and Karene
Simmons
Kaiden enjoys playing with his cars
and trucks, his big sister Kendall, but
most of all being in mommy's arms. He
attends church at St. Paul AM.E. in
Blountstoltn. He will hate a family pany
to celebrate this occasion. Happy
Birthday, Baby Boy!!



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Dear Miss Molly:
SI'm 14 and going in the 10th
grade. All the girls I hang out
with are already dating, but my,
birthday is late in the year so I
won't be.15 until way after
everybody else. My mom won't
let me date until I'm 15. I think
that is the most insane rule I've
ever heard of!! I mean# what is
the difference in a few months
time? Do you agree that this
isn't fair?
-Ready to Date in Bristol

Dear Ready:
Your mother is absolutely
right to insist you wait until
you're 15 to date. Whether you
believe it or not, your mother
has your best interest at heart.


If she thinks 14 is too young,
you have to trust her judge-
ment. Remember, she is not out
to ruin your life. She's also not
out to become a grandmother
before her time and she's well
aware that it takes a certain
amount of maturity to handle
the social pressures that come
along with dating.
Is it fair that you were born
late in the year? Of course not,
but there's nothing you can do
about it. Besides, this year is
flying by so your birthday will
be here before you know it.

Dear Miss Molly:
My inlaws stayed with my
husband and me during
Hurricane Dennis this weekend.
I swear, they got on my last
nerve and I just about lost it. Do
you have any advice for dealing
with difficult relatives?
-Stressed Out

Dear Stressed:
My advice is to get down on
your knees and thank the good
Lord above they don't live with
you. Other than that, lock the
door and screen your calls.

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
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Guest columnist shares story of recent visit




Rediscovering family roots


Wade Leonard is a columnist
for the Commercial Dispatch in
Columbus. MS, with family ties
in Calhoun County. After a
recent visit to BloutIlStowLt. he
shares this column about his
experience and the rediscoVLeen
of his roots.

A new appreciation of roots
I have had one doozy of a
week.
Imagine walking into work
one day and ..
suddenly ;.
finding out .i "
that the .
place that
employ p 5
you is no
longer in
existence.
No notice,
no idea thai
the busi-
ness that
you worked WADE LEONARD
for was going under: you just
walk in one da5 and a bunch of
people are clearing the place
out. and just like that you join
the ranks of the poor and job-
less.
Well. that's \what happened
to me last 'Tuesday. I was sud-
denly and irrevocably unem-
ployed. Financially it's terrible:
cheese sandwiches become
high gounnet and I m buyiing
sundries -ith the change I ni
finding in the couch. I ve dis-
covered that despite all its glar-
ing problems there is one post-
tive side to unemployment.
your schedule suddenly
becomes wide open.
So when my folks invited me
to go with them down to Florida
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to visitt farmly I dcdn t have a
reason to say no.
Unlike most people, when I
think of Florida 1 don t think of
sandy beaches or scantly clad
spring break girls or even but-
terfly ballots.
When I think of Florida I
think of my father s hometown.
a little town in the middle of the
panhandle called Blountstown.
Blountslonwn is a very small
river community (the
Apalachicola runs next to itl.
and except for its size (maybe
3.000 people live there and its
flora. it really isn t that dissimi-
lar to Columbus.
When I was a kid a couple of
times a year my family and I
would lump in the van and
make the 6-1/2 hour journey
down there. And with the
exception Qf seeing my cousin
John. who had cooler Nintendo
games than I did, I remember
the whole experience being
more than a little on the boring
side.
No kid enjoys spending time
vith relatives he barely knov s -
the phrase. look how much
you've grown!" gets old the
thLusalndth tinme you hear it I
me.in, let's face it. if you don't
do magic tricks or have pres-
ents, you're pretty boring to a
9-year-old.
But like many things the
old-r I got the more interesting
th- place becomes. I think there
is something ingrained in peo-
ple's psyche that makes us
have a fascination with where
we come from and the people
who came before us. and I am
no dillerent than most
What I came to value about


our trips to Blountstovn were
the stories about the people
who lived there. My family is
lull of storytellers, and. like
most good storytellers. can be
pretty hberal when it comes to
the truth.
NMy father once told me that
my grandfather was being inter-
viewed by someone who was
working on a historical docu-
ment about the area. an inter-
\iew my father was listening to.
My dad said that he asked my
grandfather how much of \what
he told the interviewer was
true, and my grandfather
responded that the story was of
course completely true. 60-per-
cent, anyway. True or not,
though. the stones I hear down
there are wonderful.
A lot of their stories involve a
former police officer named
Slobber John. Slobber John,
from what I understand, made
up exactly half of the
Blountstown Police
Department, and acted like the
way you'd imagine a guy named
'Slobber" would.
Thursday. while my parents
and I were dnving down to
Florida. I realized that while I'd
been coming down to this part
of the slate my entire life. I real-
ly didn t know too much about
it. So. I asked my dad to take
me on a tour. and tour we did.
After an afternoon of driving
around and my dad giving me
tidbits of geographical and his-
torical information about the
area. the two of us stopped at a
little cemetery right off the
highway going through town.
Its entrance sign read "Boggs
Cemetery," and was covered in


vines. When we finally found a
place to park and walked in we
found that the place was com-
pletely over grown with grass
and weeds, so much so that
some of the smaller grave
stones were obscured. \Ve went
there because it was the place
\\here my grandparents were
buried.
While we were trudging
through I stopped at a small
mausoleum with the name
"Wade Hampton Leonard"
carved in the marble. There lay
my great- great uncle Wade, the
man I was named after. Seeing
one's name on a grave like that
is more than a little unsettling.
but I had another reaction as
well. I felt connected. And while
I will always be a Columbian
first, I now know that there is
always going to be a part of me
in that beautiful Floridian town
called Blountstown.
We weren't able to stay long.
a big thing named Denrns was
rearranging Cuba and heading
towards the Gulf Coast, so we
thought it best to hightail it out
of there. But even for the short
time we were there I found
something \'ve satisfing in
seeing aLnd learning a little
about where I come from.
So if your parents are still
around I full\ recommend that
you let them show you the place
of their childhood. Sometimes a
place you've never seen can
seem more lainiliar than you
could ever realize.


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Letter to the Editor:
Congratulations to the
employees and elected officials of
the City of Blountstown for the
work they have done in reducing
power outages for the City. Our
neighborhood was trouble-free
during Hurricane Dennis.
Usually we are the first to lose
electric power. Your work in
keeping trees and branches away
from the power lines is really
paying off and much appreciat-
ed.
A box of lemons to our TV
-Cable Company friends. We lost
the cable at 9:30 a.m. on
Sunday, during the real start of
Dennis, and did not get it back.
Bright House....Help us out.....
Bob Fleck
Dear Editor,
Let me start.by saying how
much we appreciate the Calhoun
County Extension Office for
offering the many activities, and
4-H programs for the kids in our
area. This office and its agents
are a great asset to our commu-
nity. However, we feel that an,
injustice has been done.
I signed up our 6 year-old son.
for a 4-H program for July 6th
Sand 7th. When I went to pick up
my son the first day, I was
informed that the 2nd day hiking
trip at Torreya State Park was
cancelled because "only 2 kids


(my son included) were going to
be there because the rest of them
were going on "the church" trip".
I knew and my husband knew
which church the person' was
speaking about but why cancel a
fun day for son and the other
child, just because they don't go
to "the church"? When did the
Calhoun County 4-H program or
the County Extension Office get
a church, start having church, or
even endorse a single church?
And, whose decision was it to
cancel the hiking trip now? They
had this program planned. at
least since my son brought a
paper home from school in May
and from the reading program in
June at the local public library.
Would it not have been cost-
effective or employee-time-effec-
tive to take those 2 kids to
Torreya? In my opinion, kids-are
important no matter what and it
shouldn't matter how many kids
there were.
Now don't get the wrong idea.
We definitely have nothing
against going to church or being
involved in church activities. (In
fact, we would like to request
that you attend a local church of
your choice this week). We are
both Christians. We regularly
attend and are members of a
local church that my father pas-
tored for almost 20 years until.he
suffered an aneuryssm.


If I had been informed ahead
of time that one or both of the
days may be cancelled due to
failure of attendance or any other
reason than "the church" trip, I
honestly would've been fine with
that. But, this day was not can-
celled due to inclement weather,
sickness, unavailability of the
park, or emergency. And, when I
asked if the $10 fee was $5/day
and if I could get money back for
them cancelling the 2nd day,
they were nice enough to give it
back to me. However, after a rea-
sonable explanation that the $10
fee was for the food and they
used both days' food in one day,
I gave it back to them.
My son was so excited, as any
6 year old would be, about going
hiking and doing fun stuff like he
did on the 1st day. he told me
what a good time he had and
showed me the cool stuff they
made. I wish the Extension
office agents would've seen the
look on my son's face when I told
him that there was going to be no


hiking trip and exactly why it
was cancelled. he said, "It's not
fair," and while I new that life
isn't fair and that he also wished
he could've gone on "the church"
trip, he should not have been
denied the chance to go on this
hiking trip.
Sincerely,
Pam and Greg Skinner


Indian Tribal

board meeting

set for July 18

Apalachicola River Indian
Tribal Organization will hold it's
monthly board meeting on July
18, at 7:00 p.m, at the lodge on
Hwy. 12 S., one half mile past
Apalachee Pole Mill on the left;
All members are invited to
attend. For more info call
Eunice Scoggins at 643-2950.


I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


July 5: Deborah BankS, failure to appear; Angela Tindall, driving while license
suspended or revoked Martie Vickery, battery, violation r probation
July 6:: Sabrina Cooper, loitering; Makion Kirkland. sentenced Irom court:
Stephanie Teran. violation of probation. Zheron Smith. violation lo probalron
'Clarence Glisson, senlenred from couri: Jon Johnson, sentenced from court;
William Overholi, violarTor, o probation
July 7: Randy Girarrdo. banerv. Jessie Whined, violation of probation; Dana B.
Peeler, driving while license suspended or revoked
July 8: Marshall Tapp. cnild suppon. Rooerto Ruiz no valid drivers license
July 9:.Ruby Phillips, DUI .
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail during
the past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are
considered innocent until proven guilty.




Leash Law


was injured. "She was scratched
all over her arms and was limp-
ing." Williamson recalls. "She
said her foot hurt real bad."
Wilhamnson took Bridges to
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital where
x-rays revealed a broken bone in


WUI

p.m. Johnson reportedlyy lost
control of
the vehicle
and skidded
off the road.
The car over-
turned and
el ejected L .r
Johnsons n '
passenger.
Wayne Bell.
33, wvho was
pronounced
dead at the JON JOHNSON
, C e ne .
Johnson was transported to
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital \where
he was treated for injuries.
Circuit Judge Hentz
McClellan ordered Johnson
spend the ne\t eight years in.
state prison and pay S1510 in
fines and fees..


her foot.
Back at home. Bridges is
recovering from her injuries.
walking with a special boot until
her foot heals. "le fighting [the
dog] off is the reason I fell," she
tells The County Record. "My left
hip is all black and blue It liked
to have killed me. The dog would
have bitten me Lf I didn't have mv
pocket book "
Following numerous animal
complaints, 'Blountstown City
Council members voted at their
last regular meeting to establish
a leash law in Iie city limits.
*They are currently reviewing ani-
mal control ordinances from
neighboring communities and
drafting one for Blountstown.


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Ann Spears is their Employee of the Month for July 2005. Ann goes
above and beyond her job duties taking pride in all she does at
Parthenon. Ann sets a good example for fellow employees by being
caring and professional., Parthenon congratulates Ann for being
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S.t atBlountstown
I1 has earned a
the Alabama high
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ith fellow team-
3illette. W'yoming
Sth 24th to com-
e 57th Annual
gh School Finals
SFRI in the Pole
petition.
over 1.500 con-
m1 40 states, five
Provinces. and
ie National High
s is the \world's
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or over $125,000
HSFR contestants
vying lor more
,000 in college
Sand the chance
the National High
odeo National
To earn this title.
must finish in the
after two go-
tense competition
dancing on to
i'al championship
. This year. the
anpionship per-


formance will be televised
nationally on the Outdoor Life
Network. as a part of the
AQHA's weekly 'American's
Horse" telecast series. Please
check \vww.rodeohilh.com to
see the times when the 2005
NHSRFR will be telecast on
air.
Along with great rodeo
competition and the chance to
meet new friends from around
the world. NHSFR contestants
have the opportunity to repre-
sent their team in a volleyball
tournament, attend a concert.
enjoy nightly contestant
dances including a Cowboy
Prom, participate in a talent
contest. play in volley ball and
basketball tournament, com-
pete in an NRA rifle shooting
competition, test their skills
in a Knowledge Bowl compet-
tion. the chance to shop the
ever-poplar NHSFR western
tradeshow. and visit the his-
torical attractions of
Wyoming, Montana. and
South Dakota.
Lindsey is the daughter of
Neva and Glenn Miller of
Clarks\ille. FL.


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City received trail grant


Florida's 'green' budget signed
a month ago by Governor Jeb
Bush included more than $42
million to expand and improve
local parks across the state -
including the Blountstown
Greenway. This level of funding
was a 100 percent increase from
2004.


S; Funded
SDepartment.
Protection s
Development


through the
of Environmental
Florida RecreaUon
Assistance


Program, 274 projects in 64
counties will renovate local parks
and enhance nearby communi-
ties by. increasing outdoor recre-
ation and improving public
access to natural Florida.
"Providing funding for parks'
allows local governments to pre-
serve and protect Florida's natu-
ral areas for families to enjoy,"
salda-iovernor Bush. "Investing
m green space expands recre-
ational areas, connects commu-


nities and improves our quality
of life.".
Among the projects was the
City of Blountstown's Downtown
Greenway Trail that was award-
ed $200,000.
A joint effort between the
DEP, Florida Department of
.,Transportation and Florida
Department of Health, the
- Greeway..,-.B.ike ,Pathrwill be a
2.5-mile mulLi-functional trad for
walking, cycling or riding horses.
The park will draw visitors to the
City of Blountstown and will be
located along SR71. and SR20.
"Florida's environment should.
be preserved for the enjoyment of
its residents and visitors," said
Department of Environmental
Protection Secretary Colleen M.
Castille. 'This funding provides
local communities with more
opportunities to grow their qual-
ity of life."
Administered by the
Department of Environmental
Protection, ,the Florida
Recreation Development
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funds to local communities for
public outdoor recreation. Over
the last six years, Florida has
invested nearly $161 million to
'improve local park facilities
through the grant program a
50 percent increase compared to
the previous five years funding
more than 1.230 projects
statewide.. .. .. ,,
For, more .inf imation: -vsit.,
w\'-. floridadep.org.


School athletes offered


free physical this week


Al. male athletes who did not
attend the free physical at BHS

Season tickets

on sale now for

BHS football

Season tickets for the 2005
BHS Tiger Football season are
now on sale in the front office at
BHS. This year looks to be a
great home season as we will
host Liberty County, Port St.
Joe, Nurth .Florida Christian,
Vernon, Leon, -and Bozeman for
homei-rmini,. Tickets are $30
for six home g' mes. Please pur-
chase your tickets as soon as
p- 1 .sbloe and w.e hop<- to see you
at the home games.


last month and all female ath-
letes at Blountstown High School
who wish to receive free physi-
cals need to report to the
SCalhoun-Liberty Hospital .July
" 13. 1. or 15 from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m.
IF \ou would like to make an
appointment you may call 674-
5411 ext 225 or 21:3.
All the iecess.ir paperwork
must be filled out before you
report for physical. If you are
under 17, 'ouL must be accompa-
nied'by a parent.
You may pick up an FHSAA
physical form in the front office
at BHS.


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CaCI organizing softball teams


The


Calhoun


Correctional Institution
Employees Club will be
holding Men's and Coed
Softball leagues this sum-
mer. The leagues will con-
sist of team and individual


entries. The fee is $35.00:
per player. A meeting will
be held at the CACI
Training Building on
Monday, July 18, at 5:30


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Members of the Blountstown Dixie Youth Minor League All-Star team include (front row, from left) Jacob
O'Bryan, Chesten Goodman, Marquell Comer, Chaz Fain Drake Miles, DJ. Green, Austin Lee, B,J, Simco,
Brandon Purvis, (back row) Hunter Jordan, Taylor Mauck, Coach DeWayne Miles, Head Coach Bobby
Tipton, Coach Bobby Simco, Austin Capps, and Justin Goodman.

Calhoun County well represented in district tournament by...



Blountstown Dixie Youth




Minor League 'Al-Stars


The 2005 Dixie Youth minor
League season is officially over
now and the season could not
have been any. more fun. The
four teams .that made up the,
league gave everything they' had
on the field every Tuesday and
Thursday: nights. The boys
improved every game showing
everybody who watched them a
glimpse of what Calhoun County
has to, look 'forward to in the
coming years.
The four teams not only
played each other, but three
scrappy teams from Liberty
County. In the end, the Rangers,
sponsored by Vickery-O'Bryan
and coached by Bobby Tipton
and Ciurt Capps. won the League
title with a record of 11 wins and
2 losses. The second place team.
sponsored by Bay Ford. coached
by DeWayne Miles and Jamie
Yon, had a record of 8 wins and
5 losses. The third place team,
sponsored by Bkdcock & More,
coached by Marshall Masai and
Bobby Smnco, had a record of 7


wins and 6 losses. The fourth
place team, sponsored by
Parthenon Healthcare, coached
by Rodney Smith and Roman
Wood, had a record of 4 wins and
9 losses.
A special thanks goes out to H
& Block for sponsoring the con-
cession stand all \ear.
The Rangers also won the End
of Season tournament that fea-
tured all the teams from both
Calhoun and Liberty counties. A
great big thank you goes out to
everyone' ho helped in any way
to make this season a huge suc-
cess. :
At the end of the season. the
coaches got together and made
their picks for the All-Star team.
This was a \ery hard decision
because players had made an
impact for their team this sea-
son. The coaches picked 13 well
deserving young men to make up
the team and each one worked
extremely hard to try to win the
District tournament. \iWhen it
was all said and done,. our All-


Stars had come up a little short
by losing their first 2 games and
being knocked out of the district
tournament.
In the first game, our boys
faced a team' from Quincy who
last year finished 2nd in the
state. The, secorid game was a
nail biter from the beginning
when, our boys faced off 'once
again against the team from
Liberty County. The Liberty
County All-Stars tied it up in the
top of the 4th. Each team scored
a run in the 5th inning making it
a 3-3 tie going into the 6th and
I final inning. After not scoring in
the top of tie 6th inning Liberty
County found a way to push the
wiuning run across and elimi-
nate our All-Stars from:the tour-
nament.
After the game the cdaches
.reminded the boys that each one
of them were winners not only
because of ho\ they played but.
-because of how they represented
themselves and the way they
represented Calhoun County.


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The County Record, JULY 13, 2005, Page 8


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GEORGE HUGO BRAESE, JR.
Mr. George Hugo Braese, Jr..
age 78, passed away at his home
on Thursday, July 7, 2005. he
"was born in Springfield, MA and
presidedd in the Mossy Pond
Community of Altha, Florida for
30 years. He started the Mossy
Pond Volunteer Fire Department
'-and was the original fire chief.
,-"Mr. Braese was in the US Navy in .
'.World War II and served on the
-'*USS Georgia MacKenzie. He was
':"a member of the Marianna D.A.V.
''Mr. Braese was predeceased by
-ihis parents George Braese and
'":da Mae Cassino Braese and
' -infant daughter Doreen.
; Survivors include his wife of
J45 years, Norma Jean Braese, of
Mossy Pond. formerly of
Brockton, MA; two daughters:
Donna Silva and husband David,
if Taunton, MA, Norma Jean.
,raese of Brownville, ME; one
XSon, Edward Braese and wife
' Olja, current of Egypt; three step-
:, daughters: Nancy Jean Gillette of
: North Dighton, MA, Linda
Lockwood of Altha, Kathryn
SHobbs, of Argyle, FL: eighteen
Grandchildren and twenty seven
- great-grandchildren.
= Funeral services for Mr..Braese
were held at 10:00 a.m.,`
SSaturday, July 9, 2005 at Hall
SFuneral Home in Altha. Burial
followed in Chipola Cemetery in.
SAltha.
S Hall Funeral Home in Altha,
SFL was in charge of the arrange-
ments. 850-762-3965.

-:JAMES C. (JIM) DENHAM
SMr. James C. (Jim) Denham,
lovingly known as Jimmy Carroll,
of Orlando passed away July 9,
; 2005 with his family at his side .
SHe was born July 29, 1931 in :
: Altha, FL. Jim was a retired:
:insurance agent and veteran of:
: the U.S. Air Force.
S He is survived by his wife,
,Donnajo: son and daughter-in-
-.law, Mike and Patty Denham of
" Lakeland: daughter and on-mi
.: law. Susan and J. Carl Chafin of
Altha. and four grandchildren,



" Hidden Treasures
by
Ryo n
: McDougald c<

S Following Jesus Will
0. Cost You Everything
Text: Luke 14:33
Chet Bitterman was a graduate of.
i.Columbia Bible College in Columbia,
:Souih Carolina He went to Colombia.
S,-'uih America with his wife and daugh-
eilers to Iranslate e Bible ino Ire Carilona
language On January 19, 1981. Chet
Irwas kidnapped by lerroriss. Seen
N-'weeks later he as.3 hi 10to death
n Te lololowing was ritlen in his journal
.eigrit weeks before ne letl for Columbia.
,South America Maybe this is just some
I kind of seilf-,rlicied manvr complex, but I
.fifnd this recurring Ihought Ihal perhaps
'God will call me to be martyred for Him in
i-Hs service in Colombia. I am willing
Whai will be required of you when you
vc'ommit to follow Christ? The rich young
1'ruJer was required to give all oi his pos-
Isessicrr; :o the poor. Ore man was
requiredd to eave his lather. Jonah was
,eue,.'., to preach ra I-i ene-m-es.
Abraharri had to leave his country and go
t a la.nri he c,,d n~. kr,",o. Shadrach,
,hAersach., and Atersr:e?.s were throvin
,. f' i a Ilrery r.ria.c e bDar1.:pI tam ihrown
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:Corey and Catie Chafin, Maggie
arid Jim Denham.
Funeral services were held at
College park United Methodist
Church at 11:30 a.m., Tuesday,
July 12, 2005. Memorial contri-
butions may be made Vitas of
Central Florida Hospice, 5151
Adanson St., Suite 200, Orlando,
SFL 32804.
ANNIE MARY LEDBETTER
Mrs. Annie Ledbetter, 85, of
Vincennes, IN died Sunday, July
10, 2005 at Bridge Pointe Health'
Campus in Vincennes, IN.
Born in Blountstown, Fl on
July 1, 1920, to John and Betty
Johnson, Annie graduated from
Blountstown High School in
1937, and moved to Panama City
where she attended business col-
lege and worked as a bookkeeper
for several years. ,She married
Oral Ledbetter, her husband of
50 years, in Muskegon, MI on
March 16, 1946. While in Monon,
Annie was an active member of
First Baptist Church, and sang in'
the church choir. They moved to
Tallahassee in 1974, where Annie
was active in The Bradford\ille
Baptist Church.
In 1985 she and her husband
moved to Vincennes, where Annie
became an active member of
Ridgecrest Baptist Church. She
loved nature and the outdoors
anid spoke of "God's beauty being
*all around us". She was of an
extremely devout faith and was
very proud of her Southern her-
itage. She enjoyed.singing, play-
ing piano, cooking, gardening,
and homemakinag. She-lovedher
family unconditionally\ as a wife,
.mother, and grandmother. She.
will be remembered for the str:on,
values that she lived by and the
'love that she ga\e to all.
Annie's husband Oral. precpd-
.ed her in death on Otober 25,
'1996 and her.brothers and sis-
ters.
Survivors include her son.
Scott Ledbetter ofViricennes,-her-
daughter-in-law, Mary Ledbetter'
of Vincennes, and granddaugh-
ters: Lisa Ledbetter of Vincennes,
and Julia Dodson of Melbourne,
SFL.
Funeral services will be held
on Saturday, July 16, 2005 at
3:00 p.m. at Christian Home Free
Will Baptist church in
Blountstown; FL. Burial will fol-
low in the Nettle Ridge Cemetery
in Blountistownr. Memorial contri-
butions may be made to the
Ch-fi'Lian Home Freewill Baptist
Church, 19244 -E .L FP 6'
Blountstown, FL 32424,
Ridgecrest Baptist Church in
Vincennes or the John James
Audubon Society, Dept. W, 700
Broadway. New York, NY 10003.
Adams ,Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements.
850-6745449, or online at
v'ww.adamslhi.com. .


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Discipline

or Not?
by Paul F. Joyner, Ph.D

Having been in counseling for over 30
years, I have received many inquiries
concerning the discipline of children.
Discipline simply means the placing of
external standards and controls on indi-
vidual conduct. I have often times deter-
mined that the parents need discipline
more than the children. Discipline is a
necessary function in training children in
such areas as (1) personality maturation -'
for acquiring such traits as dependability,
self-reliance, self-control, persistence and
the ability to tolerate frustration. (2) It is
necessary for socialization for learning
the standards of conduct approved in our
culture. (3) It is necessary for the devel-
opment of conscience the internalization
of moral standards and Christian stan-
dards of behavior. (4) Finally, discipline is
necessary for children's emotional securi-
ty, Without the establishment of limits,
young people tend to feel bewildered,
apprehensive, and even unloved.
I was counseling with a teenager who
said to me: "My friend's mother will not let
her do this or that. She has a curfew, etc."
Then this teenaged girl said to me, "I wish
my mother cared enough about me to tell
me no. My mother does not care what I
do." Children are looking for the "fence."
They want to know how far the parents
will allow them to go.
,Today's parents, are deluged with
advice on how to rear children. Most of it
is in the form of prescriptions what to do
: r not to do in given circumstances but
little on understandingchildren. In order
to deal more efectively wiih children in
situations, adults need to 'recognize
Sbehavior pallerns and Ihei hiden ,goal1
why lhe are doing wnat Inev are doing
Four apparent goals irha may be ihe,
Cause of many tehaviorai manreitalionS.
can be identitied as ,1) ailenlicrngell.ng
(2) struggle for power, (3) revenge, and
4.. 4 using disabiily as an excuse.: Once
-he goal o a given behavior has been
,dentried, mren Ihe parent is in a much
better posl,,in 1to eal wilh the child and
his/her needs.
-The: Scriptural admonition to "train. a
child r Ihe wa' he should g':,." is a truism.
SFor, need, me manner in which a child is
disciplined will have a marked iniuernc
on who he/she is and how hesh. leels
about himself/herself in adulthood.
We invite you visil The Berean Church
locatedd soulh cof me old high school build-
.irng Chansrhoochee, FL. Dr. Jovner can
be'reached at 850-674-2633.


Forge planned

Jackson CoLlunty Seniors has a
trip planned. August 21-25 to
Pigeon Forge. TN to the World
Premier Gospel Concert to see
and hear 42+ National Best,
Gospel Singers Listed below are
just a few artist that is scheduled
to be performing: Anchormen,
Nelons, Karen Peck & New River,
Tim & Mary Lovelace, Squire
Parsons. Ruppes, Michael
Combs, Brian Free & Assurance
and a lot more .
-September 19-26 a tour is'.
planned to Penn\yslkania Amish
in Lancaster. PA. For more infor-,
.mation and reservations contact
\lerita Stanley at 850-4S2-4799.




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Deadline for Church
6 ^f News is Monday at Noon


Hillcrest Baptist will
celebrate homecoming
Hillcrest Baptist Church will
hold its 16th Annual
Homecoming on Sunday, July 17.
Morning services will begin at
11:00 am with the message being
brought by the Pastor, Rev. David
Crockett.
A covered dish dinner on the
ground will begin at 12:00 PM.
The afternoon will hold musical
entertainment, with some blue-
grass gospel music with featured
guests, "The Cobb Family", from,
.Cottondale, other local talents,
and also Dennis and Peggy Cobb
from Altha.
Plan to come and spend the
day with us and enjoy some good
food, wonderful gospel music,
and Christian Fellowship.
The church is located approxi-
mately 5 miles west of Shelton
Corner, on Hwy 274. For further
information, you may contact
Cathie Vickery at 762-3374. Ya'll
come.

St. Mary MBC plans
banquet September: 30
St. Mary Missionary Baptist
Chiurlh c:ordi:ill\ inv\-ites you to
the banquet celebration. fourr
years of great leadership honor-
ing Dr. C.L. Wilson, F'Pastr and.
siq Betty Wilson,.First Lad\- The
"-nl.mleL will .be held. on
September 30Ith at the W.T. Neai's,
Cini: Ce nter. Bli'untst'm-n. FL at
7:00 p.m., C S.T. Tickctts are
available for .15.00 adults and
'$10.00 children 12 years under.
Please .R.S.V.P. \our attendance
by coit:l. Line Ev..:ia elist Patricia
: Mi-slev at 4.3-2945 or Deaconess
:Altia-meas : Blue, 674-44.-2



Keep God
W__


"Empowered From Above for
the Work Below" And, behold, I
send the promise of my Father
upon you: but tarry ye in the City
of Jerusalem,' until ye endued
with power from on high. Luke
24:49.

True Holiness ground
breaking set for July 23
Stop! Look! Listen! It is an
.honor for us to be announcing
the forthcoming Groundbreaking
Fun Day of our new sanctuary.
Our pastor, Elder Edward
Brigham is excited, about the
visiofi that God has given him to
build,a house to hang the name
of Jesus. On July 23, 2005, we
the pastor and members of True
Holiness Church of Christ
Written in Heaven located at
15965 SE River Street would like
to extend a cordially invitation for
all of you to come and help us cel-
ebrate the move of God.
Beginning at 9:00 a.m. until we
will have our Fun Day on the
grounds of our church. There
will be selling, gAmes, food, and
fun for all ages. Later on that
evening beginning at 6:00 p.m.
we will host our Gospel Blow Out
SE.xtrca\'anaiiz'a. Some groups who
v'ill h- in attendance"are the
Jacksonaires of Chattahoochee,
*.the West Florida Miale Chorus of
Bloun-sto'.n, the' Tone of
Harmony of Mlannn. and many
other groups. (Com and help us.
celebrate the Lord in the beauty
of Holiness. For more riforma-
'.i n fi el free t:i oil- tact s ,-ieri Jo
Ann Garre-tt at 674-4.37S. Come
:iLut and _ha-re ihe ji:' ol the vision
God lis given our pastor.


Red Oak Mennonite
hosting VBS July18-22
Red Oak C.''unC urnit
SMennonite Church wolild like to
invite all children age- 4-12 to
attend our VBS Character Camp.
Bible school will be held Mn':n-il
Friday, July 18-22, from 3.J'
AM Noon. The theme for VBS


this year is "The Love of God".
Come to Bible School and hear
about important principles that
will be taught through special:
songs, skits, Scripture memory,
Bible stories, and exciting crafts
and games!
Red Oak Church is located on
County Road 275. For more infor-
mation, concerning registration
please' call 674-3998, 674-1082
or 762-3745.

Abe Springs Baptist
gospel sing Saturday

Abe Springs Baptist Church
will be having a gospel sing on
Saturday, July 16, beginning at
6:00 p.m. cst. The church is
located at 13913 SWCR 275 in
Blountstown Featured singers
will be the Rivertown Girls along
with local talent. For more infor-
mation please call Rev. allen Pitts
at 674-5880. Everyone is invited.

Watsons will perform at
New Harvest Fellowship

The \Vatsons from Chipley \ 111
be singing at New harvest
Fellowship Church. Saturday,
July 23, at 6:00 p.m. CT. We are
located on Hwy. 71, 2, miles north
of Wewahitchka. Everyone .is
invited.. For further information
call Bob Davis at 674-8447.

:Revival begins Sunday
at Telogia Assembly

S Revi\al services will be held at
Telogia Assembly of God Church
beginning July 17th at 6:00.
Featured Quest will be Vessels of
Clay of Alford. FL. WVeeknight
serv-ices \rill start at 7:30. Telogia
Assembly of God Church is locat-
ed on Hwy. 65 S. Telogia. FL.


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WORSHIP SERVICE:
SUNDAY,
r'MMF4ie I rrHj' 8:00AJVI & 10:30 PM

19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850- 674-5747 e-mail: info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: \ ww.rivertownchurch.info



St. Mary Missionary

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



SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.,
S SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Sunday schooll .10:00AM Rihlp Shriu 7:130 PM


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


'Morning Worship 11:00 AM
-Children's Church 11:00 AM
Eveir ng VVorhsilp 5:00 IM'1
Kidz Sunday School
and Church 10AM-12Noon


KidzJr. Bible Quiz


7:.0 PM


www.dlapps.com/southside/


Don't Be Afraid To Be Happy
I Samuel 14: 24-30
Sometimes Christians have the repu-
tation for being party-poopers! The world
looks at us and thinks, these people don't'
have a clue, they don't have any fun at all!.
And to be honest, orineinmes they, are
right! To someone like that'we :used to
say, Go suck a lemon," because ihey
vw'ere ij, I liers .
T.:.n, C unrp: ol: .*jrl. 'Or..,; i, most
happy di,..-..Ce S btoJu G(3 --i i, tat he
requires his people to enjoy themselves.
A careful look at. Chapter 14. of
Deuteronomy shows us that God com-
manded the children of Israelto bring a
tithe to Jerusalem and finance a huge
party in his'name: Everyone was invied.,
the. rich and.poor, :he holy and sinner."
the cirunkS ard rabbis the in crowd and
the rejects Tnere would be singing and
laughter in abundance. "I was glad when *
'they said unto, me,, "Let us go into ire
house ca ire Lordr!' "
Those who do not set aside time to
enjoy, I Ie always seem it0, become the.
scrlo.ges whor lose ie lo O givi;rg and
living. Give to ire needs cii his old worl
but don I keep at arms lengih a time o1 be
happy, wiih God The Chriarian tile should
be stamped ollen by boin sa'-rilice and
celebration. It's then we rise up .and.
become sources of io and luiilimeni


Si Blountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals
Sunday Services 20 W: st
Sunday School...9:45AM 13th Street
Morig Worship... 1:0 lointstown, FL _
Evening Worship...5:30 PM Blountstown FL
Wednesday Service...7:00l PM 850-674-4331

+ Meaningful Bible Study......................9:45 AM
SExciting Worship .....r....:.... ..........711:00 AM,
Bible Study & Worship .................. 6:00 PM
SWednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Pastor Tom Stallworth
SLocated two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown

First Baptist Church
Helping people follow; in rite foolrmeps of Cl is


L REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
'with

Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We,
SREJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love,and
'" :.' REACH OUT folloWing the exampTle of-Christ


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown, Florida


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


STEVEN D. WARREN. PASTOR


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


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in Y our Heart
Tp to Pigon by Rev. R. W.Waterman
Ti, to Pigeon b.


Family


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Family Dentistry

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TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417


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The County Record, JULY 13, 2005, Page 9





School dress code explained


CLARIFICATION OF SCHOOL
BOOK BAG POLICIES.
In grades 6-12, book bags may
be used to transport books to and
from school. Upon arrival at
school, book bags must be placed
in lockers and shall not be used
during the school day. At the end
of the school day, book bags may
be retrieved from the lockers and
used to transport books home.
Only wheelless book bags are
appropriate. GRADES 6-12 STU-
DENT BOOK BAGS DO NOT
HAVE TO BE TRANSPARENT.
Only the Principal may grant
exceptions.
Students in grades K-5 who do
not have lockers available and
select to use book bags may only
use wheelless book bags to trans-
port books to class. Due to safe-
ty issues, the school district
PREFERS that book bags be
transparent, however IT IS NOT
A REQUIREMENT. Only the
Principal may grant exceptions.


CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
DRESS CODE

Students in Grades 4-12

Student dress and personal
grooming are the responsibility of
the student and parent. In the
final analysis, the :building
administrator has the responsi-
bility to interpret that which
negates a reasonable standard of
conduct and appearance.
Students who personal attire or
grooming distracts or may dis-
tract others from school work
shall be subject to the following:
1st Offense Warning, parents
called, allowed appropriated time
to make required changes and
return to class. ,(Class time
missed will be unexcused).
2nd Offense Disciplinary
action will be taken after required
changes are made.
3rd Offense One day of: In-,
School Suspension will be


assigned after required changes
are made.
All additional infractions will
be treated as Insubordination.
Students must comply with
the following rules:
1. Footwear is required
while on school property for rea-
sons of health and safety.
2. Shirts must be worn at
all times. Thank tops, see-
through materials worn without
undershirts, and halter tops shall
not be worn to school:
3. Shirts must be long
enough to cover the stomach and
back area completely at all times.
(When hands are fully extended
above the.head, etc.)
4. Spaghetti-strap or strap-
less shirts or dresses are not per-
mitted. Sleeveless shirts or
dresses for females must be 3 fin-
gers wide at the shoulder..
5. Male: students cannot
wear sleeveless shirts.


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WFEC LINEMEN ARE CERTIFIED: Three linemen from West Florido Electrnc Cooperotlve. of Gro.e.,ile Fi
recently iad..anced to iournemrrn linerransriip ofter completing the Tennessee valley Put:iic PF.:,er
-'.utoritr, ,or T. PPFA Linemrnn apprenticeshipp Progrom Shown rr.m- left Ty Peel WFEC 'vice Preidenrt .:,r
Engineering oan Operotloris congrotulates Brent Mliller. Mike Birge oni Snone Rustir. jcine..i t.,' Dor.nine
Worley WFEC Managerr or Loss Control CianO Transportation. The process. which typical takes aboitut four '
years, conr ists of four units -:.or correspc'ri.erice courses covering b~ics Of rriaotlerrtict : ele.r Ini, cland'
alternating current,as well as funidarental and advanced knowledge required ir line work,plus tree ri e-
day "hands on" labs. Each apprentice must not only complete all the courses and labs, but also must per-
form 8,000 on-the-job training hours. .,, '


WFEC restores power


within 24 hours of storm


CLASSIFIED AD
DEADLINE
MONDAY NOON


6. Female clothing shall not
expose any cleavage.
7. A student's attire must.
cover all undergarments.
8. Appropriate shorts and
skirts are allowed if they are no
more than 3 inches above the
kneecap when the student is
standing. (No biking shorts,
spandex material, or tight fitting
shorts/clothing may be worn.)
9. Drop pants or shorts
(those worn below the waistline
or those that display what is or
appears to be an undergarment)
will not be permitted for any stu-
dents.
10. Hats, caps, and scarves
are not allowed in the building.
Bandannas, kerchiefs, head
stockings, hair rollers, and
'combs shall not be worn at
school.
11. Clothing that promotes
or endorses vulgar, alcoholic,
tobacco, sexual, or offensive
themes are prohibited.
12. Any clothing that is or
could be interpreted as gang.
related is prohibited at school.
13. Wallet chains. "dog"
.dollars, or other inappropriate
chains or jewelry will ::not be
allowed on campus.


14. No visible body piercing
except earrings will be allowed.
,15. In grades 6-12, book
bags may be used to transport
books to and from school. Upon
arrival at school, book bags must
be placed in lockers and shall not
be used during the school day.
At the end of the school day, book
bags may be retrieved from the
lockers and used to transport
books home.. Only wheelless
book bags are appropriate.
GRADES 6-12 STUDENT BOOK
BAGS DO NOT HAVE TO BE
TRANSPARENT. Only the
Principal may grant exceptions.
16. Students ingrades K-5.
who do not have lockers availablee
and select to use book bags may
only use wheelless ,book bags to
transport books to class. Due to
safety issues, the school district
PREFERS that book bags be
transparent. however IT IS NOT
A REQUIREMENT; Only the
Principal may grant exciptolrii-
17 An\ other items \.orin or:
carried that are deemed inapprd-
priate bY the PFncipal are pro-.
hibited
Inappropriate items (tongue
rings, rose nnr-. inappropriate


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items of clothing, etc.) which have
been confiscated, may be picked
up in the office by parents. ;
Employees '
The school district holds the
same standards of dress for 4s
employees as it does for its sti-
dents. While employees are
expected, to dress appropriately
each day relative to their job
duties,.they should also be miliil-
ful to project a positive image
through their appearance in s-pile
of duties requiring more casual
dress. The final determinationof
appropriate dress shall be. thatof
the Principal/Administrator.
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Minimum interest rate guarantees
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FP'. ain -. .cj ari'. Si. T l Y aI .,ir ini V >
iri& E:Ia -tn [n jLb uernlIy3r. c dl -Iel-. (mnlinimrnum
guaranteed intaret rate s 2 00% for na irst 10 yean
from recetp of a premium. 3 09% thereafter) &BnC MA '
Crx .: ;, 11.cNi -T.ui aileired fide an nnorfim ja Dr I
j.rC ;on iOfIna ,In Inarance Cnpaidy' ,:4ir3cIl arm
*,nb'i A-,04)C. riai va3nmron: rrayappt fhscoral '
I Il'iia ra sm1nl rrm Ic.r contnulccvronqe Mrium '
ipreirrT 12 000 qualed S5000 rJornqraiia '2bsmquenl
prerimns nlj:be$1 0(101o 80 pel mor if p3rt an
autTO.MrTi.: rp.erniplan) Each premium paymenlli
suball to a year declining welhdrawol charge schoedil.
9%. 8% 7% 6. 5%. 4%. 3% 2%N 1% (some stlat may
vary) and an excess Inlareat idjustmentL Wtndr3W3. pnor
io 5jiW S'i ma I'N tu.ilec h a 10% lade'1 ia penalty T3
klcia i rn nof rt a.jaiiao l&'non-nalui a'imormi -I
an IA or .401( 11 Ie' sldared f r iretofl ar, aniriy oidwr
no a,-bLrnai oua iner I n lf i aMe guaranl-Ed dof te |
c13-ri-r-jir.,g ar,.lA l JILO and are raoi quaanile by I |
FDIC oi anay oiootrr vrnmnerIl -ncy
Kome Office: Larnsing. MicNgaen I w.inl.oi
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Within a day after Hurricane
Dennis swept thiri':uh the
Panhandle. West Florida Electnc
Cooperative had restored electnc
service to all its customers who
lost pov.'er due to the storm. The
majority of power outages in
\\TEC's ser-ice area occurred in
the mid-day to early afternoon
Sunday as bands of severe
weather from Dennis' affected the
majontv of the Co-op's substa-


Duggar receives

BA in Education
John Duggar received a
Bachelor's Degree in Education,
from Black Hills State Universit
in Spearfish. SD on May 5 ,2005.
He also received official recogni-
tion as a Certified Strength and
-Condmitoning Specialist by the
National Strength Coaches
,Association.
S This fall will begin the gr du-
ate assistant program at
Minnesota State University
( MSU) in lMankota. MN, where he
\till be rece-iing his Master's
Degree in Sports Psychology. He
is currently employed at MSLi as
a strength coach.
Johh is a 199I4 graduate of,
Liberty Count\ High 'School.;
John and his wife, Tara. have
:,. two children and are expecting, a
second son.
John's parents are Monty
Duggar. and Dennis and Janice
Kirkland. His grandparents are
Lonzell and Ruby Duggar. Ben
and Shirley Busse\ and the latel
Rooster (Carl) Stone and Annie
Ruth Young.


tions.
'" Loss of transmission feeding
into the substations and damage
(o main circuits leading from the
sustations interrupted sernic for
thousands of W\EC customers.
Up to approximately 15.000 of
\FEC's 26.000 customers were
without power dLunni the height
of the storm's impact in the area.
Crews continued working
throughout the day and late into
the night. despite adverse condi-
tions. to reduce the number of
customers without electricity to
less than 600 by early Monda\
morning. By Monday evening, all
WFEC customers had regained
power. except \\here equipment
belonging to the customer. rather
than the Co-op. sustained dam-
aae.
West Florida Electric's
employees strive to restore power
as quickly\ as possible. while
keeping safety a main priority."
said WFEC Vice President of
Engineering and Operations Ty
Peel. "We greatly appreciate our
customers' patience and coopera-
tion. which play a \ital role in our
power restoration efforts."

Harriett Peacock

will be honored at

July 31 reception

The community of Aitha is
hosting a reception in honor of
Harriett Peacock and her ,18,
years of dedicated service to .the
students of Altha .'School.
Everyone is invited. It will be held
at the fellowship hall of the: Altha
First Baptist Church on Sunday.
July 31, from 2 to, 4 p.m.


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YOu would never leave this on


when you leave the room.


So why do we leave unnecessary lights on? Electric current is like water it flows,
If you could see electric current, you 'd probably be more careful about
Stunning off unnecessary power drains. It may only take pennies.a day to burn:a
light bulb but take a penny, double the amount every day, and in 30 days ..


Just another energy saving tip fromyour local electric cooperative.


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A Touchstone Energy ';
Cooperative


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The County Record, JULY 13, 2005, Page 10


g =I~7 1- ~ E ~IT 30 *


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 sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash. ON THE FRONT STEPS
OF THE CALHOUN COUNTY COURTHOUSE AT
20859 CENTRAL AVE. EAST. BLOUNTSTOWN.
FLORIDA 32424 AT 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL
STANDARD TIME on August 11, 2005 the
following described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to- wit:
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE SOUTH
HALF OF BLOCK 27, OFF F.M, YON'S
ADDITION TO BLOUNTSTOWN, ACCORDING
TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED
I PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 22, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CALHOUN COUNTY,,FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARE 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
YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED CALL:
'I1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE VOICED
IMPAIRED CALL: 1800-955-8770.

I6ATE at BLOUNTSTOWN, Florida this 28th
day of June, 2005.'
RUTH ATTAWAY.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Sjul, 6 13 2'..05




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,


s-
-Va-
BRIAN MERCER, et al,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated
June 24 20115 and entered inr Ca-se Nor
2005-i7-CA 01i Lre Circuiu Court oi men
FOURTEENTH jurici.i Circuit ir- and fIr
CALHOiUN Counut Fitdrda herein W'ELLS
FARGO BANK. N A is the PlaintuiT an BRIAN
.MERCER, ME.LISSA MERCER aCe the
r'i.lni`, l _""i.l "T.-','1'.:: -;hRdFP, - i' '-T,
bidder for cash at LOBBY OF THE CALHOUN
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00 AM CST.
12:00 PM EST on the 5th day of August. 2005.
the Iloll,.,in oe.-.rtd property as set forth in
jsi.d Final J.dL:mrt 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
PpINT OF BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH A
MOBILE HOME LOCATED THEREON AS A
PERMANENT FIXTURE AND APPURTENANCE
THERETO DESCRIBED AS A 2004 REDMAN
DpUBLEWIDE WITH SERIAL NUMBERS
1J439798A AND 11439798B.
A'K/A 23960 NW LUCILLE LANE. ALTHA. FL`
3a421.
WITNESS MY HAND .an, the .ell lI Lhl Cour.
of, June 28 2.)005
RUITH ATTA\lWA
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Jul\ 6is i3 205




LANDS STORE ROAD STORMWATER
IMPROVEMENTS
PROJECT 14.091
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Cihoiun Counr, Boad of Counit
Cor mi r-ioner _- ,lil re ieit sceailed bid- Ifrm
-.t qu ll'ie-l perionr comiparn or corpr.-i-a .on
interested Irn I:orErucurC i iht irollov.ilng
Ieojeclt:
I; LANDS STORE ROAD SIORMWATER
IMPROVEMENTS
Fr.ojcl l.:< itedi In Calhoun County, Florida
anl Cn. i s.l 0l' pa irg existing dirt road with
open f,i aI'd asphallic concrete, constructing
gras-ea s-ale I'-o stiormwater improvement.
Tbi- proj.'c is being fun.Jed b. I rdorthwei
Florlda Waiu MN3na:mrreni District; Fl.or!da
Forrter Furdiri FisL'rsm
F'lans and specl caLir.on can be obtalhed at
Rreble-Rlsh, Inc. 324 Marina Drive; Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456,' (850) 27-7200. The bid
mu:i conform to Section 287.133(3) Florida
Siaiutes on public entity crimes.
.ComplM.-l.n date for this project will be 120
_l_ f iromn ie dale of the Notice to Proceed
presented to the successful bidder. .
LiquidJtedI Jdaages for failure to complete
the piroecl on Inc specliled date will be set at
8500 0,) per di
'Please Indicale on the envelope that this Is a
ase.,eld bid. ihe i:d i mnhb-r and' ihat hhe bid
ps for.
,'B1isi .,u l r., '.-r- .l until 1:30 P.M. (CDTL.
on AugUiLZ .Z-0S. at the Calhl-un Counti
CI.rl i O', f ",,'ti,,: County Courlhouse,
20859 Central Aveuse East, Room 130,
BIojrit ... ii:.'. i2 1 ..n. 1 ill be
pirrie .in, r.;j .aI .il e,,,ir' Augi tL2, .2Q05. at
()..i ..' a id' Speeificstlons will be
,r;'j -u 1- i-; .. .. .r fri.'l.ible. Checks
.A F.'-. ,,P 5'.- '" ;'"iirFr.b6iR SH, INC,
Tfhae fisi4.,li. ri1 C .:r-ifr- loners reserves
i:/ ,i jg ii ':- ... r, i:... *ii- -*. (l' any bid, tc
-r*.W vw4/slf rf e't c -,t,, .p .11I1llhs, and to
I. t...,L 1 ,.4., :. ;:* 11'- ', i g,"'i' -"', w1ll be it
.U ,i, v.,r, , r' i ~.! rn e ty,
S'- id a( 9 00 A,M.
ie ,TIiii ..;-,,. .8x. I;. r i alhotwi County
Sr':rr --, .-',',':', ., ; ,":'* OC located
ftl n (.'' -,'--%',.-,', ., .i *;f t .. )Oeu County
'.. .,i,:'.... --. '._- .. ,'- .' -,.' ;" i, e East, Room
Z' *I' .". ,'- D '" i ,. 6. _11 Dav2 l
d yuly 6, 13, 200E


SA1,B-~t Jb I-'VfB t f

t.li, .l Board- A.'u'?'. ", i. F'.A / "," F I i. ..m
6-2(i. BIouptotfwn, lorlda, 32424 ntill 2:00
,M. Central Tnme, tlyt 21, 2005,. Bids will
pe publiclv opened anti read iji ,,l ,t .i gtl.-i
i .; ''") .u1 5;05 pMt at their f .-'r. j- I ni -. Itr
? aW WEIOHT ROOJ( AD PHYSICAL


EDUCATION PAVILION
ALTHA SCHOOL
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA
All work shall be done according to plans and
specifications prepared by Paul A. Donofro
and Associates. Architects, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna, Florida.32446. Plans are on
file and open to inspection in the office of the
Architect. 2910 Caledonia Street. Marianna.
Florida.
Drawings and specifications may be obtained
from the office of the Architect at Post Office
Box 861. 2910 Caledonia Street. Marianna,
Florida 32446. Contractors may obtain one
(1) set of documents upon $40.00 deposit,
which will be refunded only to those
submitting a bona fide bid and returning said
documents prepaid. In good condition, within
ten (10) days after receipt of bids. Contractors
requiring more than one set may purchase a
full set of documents for $30.00 per set.
NON-REFUNDABLE.
Bidding documents will he sent UPS. collect.
unless otherwise specilfed.'
Each bid must be accompanied by a bid bond,
a certified or cashier's check, made payable to
tihe'i';Calhoun :Cointyh School Board.
Bloiintstown. Florldiun the sum of 5% of the
base bid as a guarantee and with an
agreement that the bidder will not revoke or
cancel his bid or- withdraw from the
competition ior'a period, of thirty (30) days
after tile opening of bids arid that in the event
the contract is awarded to the bidder, he will
within ten (10) consecutive days after it Is
submitted, enter into written contract with
the Calhoun County School Board in
accordance with the accepted bid. Upon
award of contract a Performance and
Material and Payment Bond will be required
of the successful bidder. The cost of the
Bond will be included as part of the bidder's
bid proposal. Certlficd checks offered as bid
guarantees must have Florida Documentary
Stamps attached.
The Owner reserves the right to waive
luformallties In any bid. and to reject any or
-all bids 'or' to accept any -bid and any.
combination of alternates or separate bid
prices that: iit. i r J..itmir.ri will be to the
"b 1 i,'r. -i :.1i ( ..llh...u, (... uri School Board.
Mary Sue. Neves, Superintendent
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
i CASE NO.. 2003-262 CA
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, F/K/A
FIRST B6ctr: NJATIOrjAL A.SCIClATi'uN
TRUST iACTriC SCi (LEL') |i IT'- Ci.-tACiT'
AS TRUSTEE FOR EQCC HOME EQUITY
LOAN TRUST 1998-4
PLAINTIFF
VS.


KATHIE PADGETT F/K/A KATHIE BRYANT
O'BRIAN IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN'SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES, LIENORS.
CREDITOF. TPi.'.i tE.E .JD ALL OTHER
PARTIES CL JMirC AV- ITriTER f r BY,
THROUGH,,UNDER OR AGAINST KATHIE
PADGETT F/K/A KATHIE BRYANT O'BRIAN;
STEPHEN PADGETT: JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS


RtE-NOlIC.E rUOU&.KLLLOURKL


SALE


tNOThiE 1i HERBi Gi.'EN p.zuan! h: r3n
Order Grarntr ihe Mohlirn Uto Fe-ei
Forelez ure SItle dj ed June 22 2i',115 eti.red.
r, C N.Lb .e. 2t.O 2 60':3 2i.2C k0i the C.i '
'7 *r nr h W ;,,n* emp rfizn-a-w.^ 1w*-r
CALHOUN County. Florida. I will sell to the
highelr5and best bidder for cash at the
CALHOUN County Courthouse in. Florida. at
11:00 a.m. (CDT) on the I1th day of August,
2005 the following described property as. set
forth in said Summary final Judgment, to-wit:
ONE SQUARE ACRE IN THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF.
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 3. TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH. RANGE 9
WEST. CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Da3 ed th-a 3u1h .1 l\ ..i .ujri 2i1'i5
FlI',TH V '. ATT,\\.\, A
Cleri. cI' tlh Cir,:ult Cour'
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 McCALLISTER
Pelitioner
and '
LAVELLE DELORAS McCALLISTER
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF'
S. ; MARRIAGE ,'
To- L-an-lle Delorai M,:Ccl, CIter:
2t03 \ ei l Pens-a..o.la Apit H1
Tallai-ii :e FL
tO1L ARE rCNOTiFIIED inst in action iol bi,',n
lled agjnl l I..:u -and lha3L uu are required Lo
ere a :.fp\ .:.i )our ,rilcen del'en.'e. ii an,, l
IIt ,o ..in .i e MiCalli. lCer i i..ite,,ol e.-c -- I P PF
Bo,. 135 Hosic.rd FL 323:34 on and before
Juli 5 200i5 ara tile I nc original i tn !I.e
clerk oI thit Court at 30'2 5 Monroe S i Fm
153 TaJljhao iee FL 33307 Defo:re .r. li: on
Pelllioner or immedialeh Inereatier If you
fall to do so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded In the
petition.
S Copies of all court documents in this case.
including orders. are available at the Clerk or
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
Youth must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law form 12.915.1 Future papers in'
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk a office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285. Florida-Family
Law Rules of Procedures, requires certain
automatic disclosure of documents and
Information Fallure to comply can result in
sanctions. Including dismissal or striking of
pleadings
Dated this Jure 6,.2005
e .,Bob Inzer ,
t Clerk of the Circuit Court
Leon County, Florida
July,6, 13, 20, 27, 2005


NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING,
IN RE: The license to practice nursing
Evelyn Smith Carter, C.N.A.
20790 Clark Ave.
Blountstown, Florida 32424
CASE N0: 2003-07204, 2003-01213.
2002-27489 & 2002-27490
LICENSE NO.: 9 ......... 889
The Department of Health has filed an
Admnlistrative Complalit agalnSt you, a copy
of which may be obtained by contacting,
Monica J. Ryan, Assistant General Counsel,
ProSecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald Cypress
Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3265, (850) 414-8126. .
if nr contact has been made by you concerning


the above by August 18. 2005.
the Administrative Complail
presented at an ensuing meeting
of Nursing in an informal proceed
In accordance with the Ame
disabilities Act, persons needing
accommodation to participa
proceeding should contact the
agency sending this notice not late
days prior to the. proceeding at
given on the notice. Telep
414-8126, 1-800-955-8771
1-800-955-8770(V), via Florida Re
July 13, 20, 27,




RECENDING POWER OF AT
To all that see these presents,
Let it be known to all that I
recent all Powers of Attorney g
faith before this date, July 5, 200
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or entity beyond this date, July
Further, I will not be respon
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JOB OPPORTUNITY


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

ESE Teacher


* Terms of Employment: 10 months
* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule and
Experience
*Applicant Qualifications:, Appropriate State of Florida
Certification.
* Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be.
returned to the School Board office by July 18, 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.

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The County Record, JULY 13, 2005, Page 11


PREPARING FO THE WORST, PRAYING FOR THE BEST: The Calhoun County Emergency Operations Cen
PREPARING FOR THE WORST, PRAYING FOR THE BEST: The Calhoun County Emergency Operations Cen
(EOC) was standing room only Friday morning when EOC Director Sonny O'Bryan held a briefing
Hurricane Dennis. All local agency, representatives, ranging'from city officials and firefighters to Id
enforcement officers and ambulance crew members, were part of the emergency response tec
that kept Calhoun County running smooth throughout the storm,


Dennis the Menace


Streets and power lines, Calhoun
County fared well as the storm
dubbed -"Dennis the Menace"
made landfall between Pensacola
and Navarre.
"We did things somewhat dif-
ferent. this time." says
Sonny O'Bryan, Calhoun County
Emergency, Management
Director. He points out that the
Emergency Operations Center
was staffed by decision' makers
.from-every local agency. "I could-.
n't have asked for it to be better.
I can't say enouLh for our volun-
teers and the library, emergency
response people. la\w enforce-
ment, firefighter,. public health.
public utilities, the City of
BloLmtstown. and all our Coops."
O, 'Bryan \\as lso pleased that
Calhoun County came out \irttu-
ally unscathed by Dennis.
.Damage wise. we've got some
trees down here and yonder. and
some minor road damage."
SHe says his biggest concern is
the additional rainfall across the
southeast and how it \will impact
local rivers. "You keep getting
these rains off and on every day -
kind of monsoon type rains


and eventually it's going to over-
whelm you. One thing that. con-
cerns me is all the water they've
got in Atlanta. eventually it will
end tip in Blountstown."
At press time Tuesday. the
Apalachicola was forecast to
reach 22 feet on Thursday.


O'Bryan also has his eye on
the tropics. "Now we've got Emily
in the Atlantic and that's going to
be in the Caribbean over the
weekend, so we could be right
back where we were. It appears
we are going to have one heck of
an active.season."


Shelters provide refuge-


around the clock nursing care.
The Health Department and the
Sr. Citizens coordinated that
center. Carr. Blountstown High
School, and Altha Church of God
were mass care. We had a bilin-
gual educator at Blountstownn
High School. The Blountstown
Library \was for ambulatorv 60
plus population. The health
department placed a nurse at the
library."
Nlaupin extends her apprecia-
tion to School Superintendent
larn- Sue Neves. Health
'Department Administrator Dave
Odum. Police Chief Glenn
Kimbrel. Sheriff Da\id Tatum.
and EOC Director Sonny
O'Bryan's office along with the
`' '~I-


volunteer firefighters.
Maupin commends her
employees who staffed the shel-
ters. "Prior to this event. all of
the Calhoun County Library staff
received a refresher course' in
shelter management," Maupin
points out. "Bob Jones from the
Panhandle Red Cross Chapter
taught the course."
Despite the long hours this
weekend. Maupin says she and
her crew are ready to tackle the
next weather crisis. "Some of the
staff were up three days in a row
with just cat naps. so we're kind
of numb," she notes. "But if
another one "comes and Sonny
needs us, we'll be there."


S BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
CHAMBER STAFF ASSISTANT
Maps Available
Would you. like a map of
Calhoun County, Blountstown,
Altha,. and neighboring commu-
nities? .Your local Calhoun
County Chamber of Commerce
has these maps for the low price
of $3.25/each.
Truck drivers routinely 'pur-
chase maps at the Chamber to
find their way around Calhoun
County to local businesses and
homes. Recently, one of those
drivers suggested that the
Chamber place local maps at the
ter service stations in town.
on Any businesses who are inter-
aw ested in purchasing maps for
am their customers are encouraged
to do so. Any of our map advler-
tisers may purchase up to 100
additional maps, for each ad
space purchased, at a cost of
$1.00/eaeh.


A special "thank you" is'
extended to: .
Clubs and Organizations who
responded to our request for
contact information, including
web site addresses.
Those who responded on com-
mercial budding inventory for
the "Create Economic Pride &
Improve Capacity" Committee.
xxhich is chaired by Harry
Hagan.
If you did not receive a call or-
have not responded. please con-
tact Jessie todav (weekdays Irom
8:00 a.m. to noon CST at 674-
4519 or e-mail: 'ccchamber
@yahoo.com).
Chamber Meeting July 21
At the Chamber', regular,
'membership : meeting -.on.
Thursday'. July 21. at noon CST.
the guest speaker is Richard
("Rick") A. Marcum. Opportunity
Florida Executive Director.
The meeting \ill be held at the'
Calhoun County Senior Citizens
Center: please call Debbie at
Senior Citizens 674-4163 to
make a reservation for lunch.
Rick will present an update on
Opportunity Florida. He will also
offer instniction to businesses


that are interested in setting up
a free webpage. on the
Opportunity Florida w'eb site.
Don't miss this golden opportu-
nity to learn how to create your
own web site!
Rick Marcum has served
Opportunity Florida as their
Executive Director for the last
two years. He has been hard at
work on several projects and
most recently, was involved with
the Calhoun County Cham.ber in
their presentation of the FLOW
program. Currently, he is work-
ing to bring affordable housing


and broadband access to the,
/entire Opportunity Florida''
region.
Rick is an accomplished andy.
recognized professional, who is,.
adept in all aspects of private.
and public endeavors at the
highest levels. He is skilled in
marketing, financial manage-
ment, strategic visioning and,,
planning, organizing and manag-l
ing projects of major proportions,,'
and lobbying all levels of govern-
ment. Visit the Opportunity web',
site at: www.opportunityi"
florida.com.


SNeWS g eveNTS frotim the

^ Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
,^ (850) 674-4519 FAX: (850) 674-4962


NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO
AMEND THE CITY OF,
BLOUNTSTOWN COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN FUTURE LAND USE MAP

Pursuant to Chapter Sections 163.3181 and
163.3191, 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 h6w
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 UseMap
and Applications for Map Amendments are available
at City. Hall. For more information contact the City
of Blountstown at 850-674-5488.
S. July 6, 13


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


ON AN ORDINANCE CHANGING


THE USE OF LAND,



CAL HOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA

The Calhoun County Board of, County Commissioners proposes to 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,Township 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 A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, AS REQUIRED
BY CHAPTER 163, FLORIDA STATUTES, DESIGNED TO AMEND THEFUTURE 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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NEWSOME

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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. in:
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 is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
SJuly 6, July 13, 2005:
-- 1II .. .


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
to number, area, location, or relation to the neighborhood, would promote, the.
public ,health, safety,1 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
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 is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

July 6, July 13, 2005
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*The County Record, JULY 13, 2005, Page 12


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Reading Teacher
Blountstown High School

Terms of Employment: 10 months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
Experience
Applicant Qualifications: Florida Certification in Reading,
Reading Endorsement, or working towards June 2006
completion of either.
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 :18, 2005, 12:00
Noon (CDT).
Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue.Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Keith Summers,
Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered withoutt regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
July 13, 2005


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

CAFETERIA WORKER

Terms of Employment: 10 mo:n[hs t'- hours per week
Salary: Commensurate with Salary/Schedule and Experience,
Applicant Qualifications:, Possess the necessary skills and
.training to assist in the total food preparation cycle including
preparing; cleaning, serving and entering ticket sales into the
computer system. .
* Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications maybe
returned to the School Board office by July 18, 2005. 12:00
Noon
,.*A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at
Altha.Public School, ..
* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superntendent or Mr. Ronnie Hand, Principal.
*: Employment opportunities are. offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital slalus.
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Positions available
Shift Differential

Contact Angela Hewett or
Jennifer Alday at
(850)674-5464
for more information
: 7/13/2005


HELP WANTED

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!
No experience required. CDL Training is
io'.' a-.'.aible in your area .Covenant
Transport-has immediate openings, for
entry-level, semi drivers. Our avg Drivers
earn more than $36K first year. OTR
Regional runs get you home weekly. Train
for top pay call Today 1-866-280-5309.
****************
Babysitting in my home, from 7:30
a.m. until 3:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday,.
beginning August 1. Must have references. '
Call 762-4148 or 674-2688.


NOW HIRING:
allory Towing and
Recovery, Inc. is now.
seeking low trucker operator.
lMust be 23 years of age.
S contact:
Mallory Towing and
Recovery, jnc.
850-674-2869


HELP WANTED
BLOUNTSTOWN AREA
Drivers with C.D.L.
C: lass A or B
Roll-Off Trucks
Experienced Heavy
SEquipmen Operator
Must be Insurabile

Please Apply a:
Waste R cyclers
15888 SW Silas Green Road
Blounlslown, FL

Please Call Billy Rogers
WNth Any Questions at:
800-847-6422


PETS FOR SALE-


Rabbits wiv;ilflopp'ears. $10 each or
21.15 Csl 674-270 -

Boston Terrier puppies, 3 males.left, 7
weeks old. Asking $200.00. Call 674-5357.


It 1hec.ouircod neIIia


FOR SALE

SHAKLEE Best Water Purification.
Systems. Reverse Osmosis, Microkinetic
and Whole House filter. New in box at
less. than half the original price. The
Microkinetic Treatment System removes
100% of contaminants at levels set by the,
EPA. Call Albin Byler at 674-8227.
-****,**** **P*****
MATTRESS SET New full set with
factory warranty, $99, call 850-222-7783.
****'* *** ******.*
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted china
cabinet. $3K retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374.
****.**** ******* *
NEW QUEEN mattress and base. Never
used, in unopened plastic Must sell, 125.
850-545-7112.
***,******** ****
NEW Brand Name King Mattress Set,
$250, in factory plastic, warranty.
850-425-8374 .
****************
NEW.BEDROOM SET: Beaul.ul cherry
Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King sleigh
bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 nightstands.
Sug. list, $4600, sell $1650. 850-545-7112.
********* *******
New leather sofa and loveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-2113.
****************
CHERRY SLEIGH BED.- $250. Brand
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879.

6 pc. full/queen bedroom set. New in
.boxes, sacrifice 550 850-222-7783.
*, ..******** ** *** ** *
)'"' Queen mattress set, Oouble pllIow 'op
.fie nr pl.is.ii with warranty, $150.

** i* ***********
Happy Jack Kennel Dip II: treats fleas,
ticks, mange, stop scratching &
gnawing without steroids. Contains.
NO solvent. Biodegradable! AL7THA
FARMERS COOP. 762-8749.

Boys clothes, size 0-9 months, allin
oreat conl;on Make ofter call Melissa at
762-8835;
.*** ** ** *** .
SBlueberry Farm now open: Call
674-2710.
******* ***
SHandguns and Longuns: Glock model
19 9mm. $1400 Coll King Coora, .357 s/s 6"
BBL. i$450, Berena Tojrrncal 32ACP $225.
Para Oranrance P14.45 $600 Ruger Mini
14. 223. 5500, Ruaer Mini 14 223. $250:
High Point 9mrm rile 5225 EA CO AR-15
rle, 1750. Mossberg 590 12 ga. sholgun
(3 chamber) $-100: High Standard Police
Shotgun 12 ga $225, SKS Russian Type
45 Caibine 7.62X45, $350; SKS Russian
ype 45 Carbine 7.62X45, $250. some
accessories and ammunition available for,
these weapons. Call 850-899-7052.

Proform Spacesaver Treadmill, 3 yrs.
old, excellent condition; 16" walking track,
electronic speed and incline., Counts
calories pulse time, and distance, paid
$300 asking $175. Call 762-9268 or
643-1582.
**************** ,
S Horse trailer, 1977 WVW 3 horse trailer,
bumper pull, rubber mat in floor, frc.ni lack
room, 3 saddle racks, br;die nooks snelves
in corner of lack room good tires and
brakes, $3,250 OBO. Call 762353-1
************** ***
Baby items: crib, bassinet, changing
table.and walker, All for $150. Call
674-3786.


FREE PETS


.2 puppies, one male, one female.
These precious puppies were dropped off
Sand need a gcpd nome Call 674-3939.
** ** ** r ,*
SA very sweet small-medium sized dog.
he is 6 mo old male He looks like a larger
version of a Jack Russell Terrier. Great
with children. Kittens, 2 adorable fluffy
gray and white kittens, approx, 8 weeks old..
. 1 male and 1 female. Very cute, playful
and sweet. Call 674-1077.


Free puppies, to a good home, part
Golden Retriever, some black, others
White, 7 weeks old. Call 674-3929, press 2
when leaving a message.

FREE|

FREE! Home Bible Correspondent
Course. non-denominational. Send your
request to: HBCC, P.O. Box 88,
Blountstown, FL 32424 '


CARS & TRUCKS

Chev. Silverado Dually, 2001, 29,000
miles, Vortec 8100, Alison transmission,
extended cab, loaded, $22,500. Call
674-8827.
** * *****
Chevy Box Impala, red, looks good and
runs good. Call 674-8570.
******* *******
Cadillac Deville, 2001, silver color,
64,500 miles: Excellent conrjilon,
$14,500.00. Call Brenda Hurst at 674-8381..
*** ** *******
Chrysler Concorde, 1994, 36,000 miles:
on new mol.:tr still under warranty, $3,500.
Call 674- 5270


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FOR RENT

For rent.- 2 bdrtraiiers semri.furrnis.hed,
no pets. 674-401:1.

RV trailers for rent, $75 $80 week,
mosI uililitES turniihed 2 t)ir Iralers when
available Call 674-4011
,, *************** ,


'FORRENT

1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
'The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance

tt on Creek A/)aiflt '1
16978 NW Mayo street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportuntly


SERVICES


LAWN CARE SERVICE
. Calhoun, Jackson & Liberty Counties
Reasonable Rates
SDependable. Reasonable. Courteous,
Licensed & Insured Call 762-2520 or
S email ..
wwwbusymowing.com
***** * *
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST IS
MEETING IN CALHOUN COUNTY.
CALL FOR TIMES AND LOCATIONS
762-2520.
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YARD SALE

Yard sale, Sat., July 16, 8 a.m., across'
from American Legion Hall (old J.1i on ,
Hwy 20 W.


WANTED

Acreage wanted, 300+1 acres, of
farm.'paslure land Call Jobie Barfieid at
639-360ii '


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CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
PONDS
Licensed and Insured
Call for FREE Estimates
We Accept Major Credit Cards
MOBILE: 850-643-6142
850-674-4576


LIVESTOCK

Red Deer, $300; goats, $45 & up, Barred
Rock roosters. Call weekends only,
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The County Record, JULY 13, 2005, Page 13


CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
JUNE 21, 2005

PRESENT AND ACTING:
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN
EARL. HUNT, VICE-CHAIR-
MAN
DANNY RAY WISE
JIM PICKRON
JERAL HALL,SR.
MATT FUQUA, ATTORNEY'
TONY PHINNEY, DEPUTY
JANICE HOLLEY, DEPUTY
CLERK


The meeting was called to
order by Deputy Phinney with
prayer and pledge of allegiance to
the flag led by Commissioner
Pickron.

FINAL APPROVAL OF ORDI-
NANCE 2005-02
Attorney Fuqua presented to
the Board for approval and exe-
cution Ordinance : 2005-02. An
Ordinance of Calhoun County,
Florida Amending And Updating
The 5-Year Schedule Of Capital
Improvements of The 2000-2010
Calhoun County Comprehensive


NEW SUV TOTALLED ON HWY. 69: A' brand new ports utility vehicle Aas
totalled Monday afternoon when it crashed on Hwv 69 North at the
intersection of Charlie Pippen Road. Authorities so\ the driver of the
2005 Trailblazer, Ireece Peterson, was transporting tne venicle from tne
Marianna Hopkins dealership to the Blountstowr location when the
vehicle reportedly hit a wet spot in the road crossed an embankment,
then landed in a aocdled area, For ruriotel, rno one was injured. The
Calhoun .Ccunt', S-erftr s Office responded aend the Florida Highway
Patrol is investigating tne crash. ,.



Sentencing


Lion facility was sentenced to
three years in state prison.
Charlie Drew pled guilty
and was sentenced to three years
in state prison for violating his
'probation. His probation report-
edly stemmed from a dealing in.
,.stolen rprltpert charge.
James Travis Cromer. 50.
was sentenced to 18 months in
state pnson foriolating his pro-
bation. Cromer. who pled guilty.
was initially charged \\ith pos-
session of more than 20 grams of
cannabis. The state alleged he
S i \olated probation when he failed
a drug test that came up positive
for cannabis. After that. he
Allegedly didn't report back to his
probation officer.
,. Curtis Cooper, 26. pled no
contest to charges of felon\' bat-
tery. He was sentenced to three
years probation. plus fines and
fees. and ordered to have no con-
- tact with the victim.
Clarence Earl Glisson, 55,
was sentenced to 30 days in the
:; count jail. followed by three
i-years probation, on charges of
:: DUI (the state reported it was his
fifth), driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, and posses-
sion of marijuana. Glisson was
Arrested back in February after
he reportedly approached a driv-
ers license checkpoint and was
spotted swapping seats with his
wife.
Tommy Woods. 21, pled no
contest to charges of possession
.ofniore than 20 rams of mari-
juana and drug paraphernalia,-
obstruction of an officer without
i violence driving while license
suspended or revoked. and viola-
Stion of probation. He w\as sen-
tenced to one year of community
control, followed by two, years
Probation.
Samuel Lewis Coover III,
'29, pled guilty and was sen-
tenced to three years probation
for possession of cocaine and
drug paraphernalia.
Kerry Grant Landrum. 33,
pled no contest and was sen-
tenced to three years probation


for possession of methampheta-
mine. He was given credit for 10
months time served on charges
of possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana arnd cdrug
paraphernalia.
Jessie Manning. 20l. was
sentenced .to; three years proba- '
tion for burglary of a structure
and grand theft.
Calvin Elliott Mobley, 44.
pled no, contest and \\as sen-
tenced to 30 months probation
for driving while his license was
suspended or revoked.
Patrick James Mullins .Was
sentenced to one year probation
with the first 30 days in the
county jail on a ,felony DUI.
charge. It was reportedly his
third violation within 10 years.-
Michael Anthony Pitts. 38,
pled no contest and was seh-
tenced to three years probation
for possession 'of less than 20
grams of manjuana. drug para-
phernalia. and cocaine.
Kenneth Allen Shaw. 42.
pled no contest and was sen-
tenced to one year community
control for aggravated fleeing
and eluding, reckless driving.
and resisting arrest without \io-
lence.

William Kaleb Stacy, 24,
pled no contest and was sen-
tenced to three years probation
for possession of a controlled
substance and drug parapherna-.
lia.
B.J. Tolley, 29. was sen-
tenced to three years probation
for possession of cocaine and
drug paraphernalia. The state
dropped an aggravated assault
charge. .
Rachel Michelle White, 34,
was sentenced to thrpe years'
probation for fleeing or attempt-
ing to elude, plus one year pro-
bation for DUI.
James Allen Willis, Jr., 19,
was sentenced to one year of
community control, plus four
years probation, for burglary.
grand theft, and fleeing and
attempting to elude.


Boyd staffertovisit


SA membe- of Congressman
Allen Boyd's (D-North Florida)'
staff will be visiting Blountstoiwn
on-the fourth Thursday of e\ery
month so the people of Calhoun
County have the opportunity to
personally discuss .issues con-
'cerning them.
The next visit is scheduled for
Thursday, July 28, from 9:30
a.m. to 11 a.m. at the'Calhoun
County Courthouse in
Blountstovwn.
Congressman Boyd's staff is
trained to assist constituents
with a variety of issues relating:
to various federal agencies. It is
important oto the Congressman
that hisstaff is.',a\vailable for
those who are not able to travel
to either his Panama City or,
Tallahassee offices.
t *' **'"


If you need to speak with the
Congressman's staff, feel free to
stop by during this time.

Murder'

Authorities allege Marshall
shot Sansom and' Wells in the
early morning hours of March 1,
then. forced his 12-year-old
cousin and 16-year-old girl-
friend to flee with. him to
Mississippi where he was appre-
hended around midnight.
Marshall is facing additional
charges after reportedly being
caught in the jail with four
shanks reportedly made from a
bucket handle, spoon, and two
pipes. Plus, he was also ajleged-
ly found with a handcuff key.


Plan; Providing For The Addition
Of Specific Infrastructure Capital
Improvements; Providing for
Severability, and Providing For
An Effective Date. After discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-.
ried to approve and execute
Ordinance # 2005-02.

DAVID KENNEDY/PREBLE-
RISH, INC.
S.Mr. David' Kennedy with
Preble -Rish, Inc. /County
Engineers presented to the
Board for approval and execution
the Notice of Award to C. W.
Roberts Contracting, Inc. for the
2005 Neighborhood
Revitalization (NR) Community
Development Block Grant
(CDBG) Road Paving Project,
contingent upon approval from
the Department' of Community
Affairs (DCA). After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt. seconded
by Commissioner Pickron and
carried to approve and execute
said Notice of Award to C. W\..
Roberts Contracting, Inc.
Mr. Kennedy presented to the
Board for approval and execution
an Agreement between Calhoun
County and C. W. Roberts.
Contracting. Inc. for the 2005.NR
CDBG Road Pa\ing Project for
$1.384.-176.65, contingent upon
approval by DCA. After discus-
sion, a motion .was made by
Commissioner 1-unt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve and execute said
Agreement \ith C. \. Roberts
: Contracting, Inc. for the 2005
CDBG -P having :, project for


$1,384,476.65.
Mr. Kennedy presented to the
Board for approval and execution
the. Notice to Proceed to C. W.
Roberts, Inc. on the Natural
Resources Conservation Service
(NRCS) Emergency Watershed
Protection (EWP) Charlie Anders
Ditch EWP Project D.S.R. CA-
0111, After discussion, a motion,
was made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Pickron and car-
ied to approve and execute said
Notice to Proceed to C. W.
Roberts Contracting, Inc.
Mr. Kennedy presented to the
Board for approval and execution
Resolution # 05-17. This
Resolution authorizing the
Chairman of the Board of County
Commissioners to execute 'and
enter into the "State Of Florida.
Department Of Transportation
(FDOT) Small County Road
Assistance (SCRAP) Agreement".
Calhoun County is requesting
financial, assistance from the
State of Florida'Department of
Transportation for costs directly,
related to the resurfacing of
County Road 275 beginning at
County Road 167' and ending at
State Road 71. After discussion,
a motion was made 'by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve and execute
Resolution 05-17.

SMr. Kennedy presented to the
Board for approval and execution
a Joint Participation Agreement
(JPA) with the State of Florida.
Department of Transportation
for the Small County Road
Assistance Program and Calhoun
County for the County Road 275


resurfacing project for
$2,522,959.00. After discussion,
a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve and execute said
Agreement.
Mr. Kennedy asked the Board
to approve advertising the Lands
Store Road Project. After discus-
sion, a motion'was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Wise and car-
ried to approve the Lands Store
Road advertisement.

MAXIE WALDORFF, IDA
BOARD
Mr. Waldorff presented to the
Board for approval and execution
the Hanger Lease Agreement and
Lease Agreement between
Calhoun County Board of
County Commissioners and L-3
Communications, Government
Services, Inc. After discussion. a
motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve and execute said
Hanger Lease Agreement.
'Mr. Waldorff updated the
Board on 'the. Wastewater
Treatment Plant stating that the
sediment needed to be removed
from the plant. 'He stated that
the cost estimate from Bay
Environmental is 811,400.00
and that testing should be done
before hauling.
Mir. Waldorff updated the
Board on the T-Hanger and the
paving project at the airport.

ATTORNEY TIME
Attorney Fuqua stated the he
Shad discussed with the Attorney


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Mike (Hot Deal) Whitfield

04 CHEVY SILVERADO
LS. X-CAB. l a
Z-71,V8-




NOW: $24,988
OR: $428/Mo.*










05 PONTIAC AZTEK


IOW: $14,988
OR $258/MO.*


04 CHEVY BLAZER 05 CHEVY VENTURE VAN 03 CHEVY S-10
Ls IS, EX 1.4 DR., L c. .
NEW LOW PRICE!



NOW: $15,988 NOW: $16,988 NOW: $15,988
OR: 278/Mo.' OR: $288/Mo.' OR: $278iMo.'


02 NISSAN FRONTIER


NOW: $14.988
WORTH THE DRIVE!


for Waste Management problems.
with the garbage pickup in the:
County.

CLERK TIME
Janice Holley presented to the
Board a letter from Capital Are,
Community Action Agency, Inco.
asking the Board to appoint
representative to serve on their
Board from Calhoun County.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Pickron,
seconded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to appoint Carrie
Baker to represent Calhoun
County.
The minutes of June 7' 2005
were approved as presented.

COMMISSIONER PICKRON
Commissioner Pickron stated
that he would .like for Mr.
O'Bryan to give progress report
on the handicap ramps and
docks at the County boat ramps.

COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise state
and the Board agreed to hav
Rorev Cassed\ with Waste
SManagement at the July 5, 2005
Board Nleetin
Commissioner \Vise discussed
\\ith the Board Panhandle Area
Network. He stated that they
asked if they could use a portion
of the Old Library building and if
the County would pay the light
bill No action was taken.'.
There being no further busi-
ness, the Board did adjourn.


ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAWAY. CLERgK
TRURLAN GRANT. CHAIR-LMAN

OEM E A


David Petty


05 FORD TAURUS SE





NOW: $12,988
OR $228/MO.*


' SUVs


02 CHEVY TE LS


02 CHEVY TAHOE LS


05 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
SiO


NOW: $17,988
OR: $308/Mo."


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S850.67403307* (800) 419.1801
a 0331 CENTRAL AVENUE WEST, BLOUNTSTOWN, ^L01
Pontiac Olds GMC Inc. CONTACT US ONLINE! HopkinsBTown@hotmai.com
*All Prices And No, Down Payment AreW.A.C.- 720 or higher Beacon Score- 72 mo. plustax, tag, dealer fees. All Pictures For Illustration Only.


BlountstowA n
Hwy. 20 Bristol
CI-I

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*Panama City -Port St. Joe


05 FORD ESCAPE


TRADE
NOW: $17,988 Ta"

, OR$308/MO.*

RIVE: ".NOW: $19,988
S DRIVE A LITTLE, SAVE ALOT!


, 05 CHEVY SILVERADO 03 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER 05 FORD FREESTAR VAN 03 CADILLAC DEVILLE 05 PONTIAC SVB
CREW CAB MAL TRADE



OW:23,98 NOW: $16,988 NOW: $17,988 NOW: $21,988 NOW: $22,988
OR $418/MO.* OR: S298/Mo.- OR: $308/Mo." GIVE US A TRY BEFORE YOU BUY! OR: $398/Mo.*
S04 DODGE RAM 02 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER 04 GMC SIERRA 02 BUICK RENDEZVOUS 04 FORD EXPLORER
SLI Moo. LIZel, .LEATBRr. 511 si i .1. 1L LLBA lSR
TWrIAB. I .TIAD"" L"IER EA'


NOW: $20,988 NOW: $15,988 NOW: $26,988 NOW: $14,988 NOW: $17,988
OR: $368/Mo." DRIVE A LITTLE, SAVE A LOT! : OR: $463/Mo.* WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS OR: $308/Mo.

We Make It Happen, Because We Want Your Business!

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The County Record, JULY 13, 2005, Page 14


Surviving 'Dennis the


Menace'


Phillip Griffin of the City of Biountstown utililt crew was brus', rrTkiIng
the rounds Sunday, afternoon after '-lurricane Dennis Olevw throujgr trhe
panhandle. Cnlr 25 percent of city utility customers lost power during
the storm.


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


*Paying someone a $5000 $6000 profit
on a $10.000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct Automo-
tive Wholesale:
*All vehicles are priced at the "Loan
Value", which is the price credit unions and
banks will loan you on this vehicle.
*We require NO DOWN PAYMENT on any
of our vehicles. We can even help with your
taxes and tag most of the time.


*At LOAN VALUE, we make a small profit
and you get a great deal!
The best part is we have family on the lot,
NOT HIGH PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE.
If you don't see the car of your dreams in
this ad. call us. We'll get you pre-approved,
tell you what it will cost and buy it for you..
We appreciate you're supporting us. Come
by or call.


always






We sell all of our cars at
a discount so you don't
need a down payment!
Interest Rates
as low as 4.25%


0 Down '04 Dodge Intrepid SE 0 Down '01Nissan Frontier 0 Down '99 Mercedes E320
S230/mo Like Ne~l! 191/mo Extended'Cab $346/mo All Wheel Drive


0 Down '00 Toyota Tundra
s346/mo 'Linmied, vs. 4XL,'X-Cabi


Elmore Godfrey of Port St. Joe prepared to setle irn on cot at the
Calhoun Cournt, Public Librar, He was amrcn 360, mainly; from
Cal-3oun and Gulf counties. who found refuge at one of the five local
shelters.


0 Down '02 Ford Explorer
$346/mo Leather Sunrool 3rd Rw,, Seal


0 Down '01 Ford Ranger Edge
.211 /mo Extended Cab. Loaded!


0 Down '03 Toyota 4Runner 0 Down '02 Cadillac Escalade
$423/mo Leather. Sunroof : 573/mo Sunroof, Loaded! '*


0 Down '03 Nissan Maxima SE 0 Down '97 GMC Sierra
"323/mo 4 door! 191/mo Local Trade. Extended Cab


0 Down "04 Volvo S40 Turbo
5342/mo 25 000 miles. Like New'


0 Down '01 Toyota Avalon
1307/mo Like New!


'.'/ .o, /ri'.,-d rrees arid po,',ver lines along *.,ithl minor road prob-
t Wre the only damage Ca3lhcoun ;lrtt/ sustained. This -iome on
,_.j) i-: .:r,-' irn Flountstown had a tree topple in the front yard.


0 Down '01 Honda Accord EX
"288/mo 4 door V6. Low Miles!_


0 Down '98 Ford Explorer 0 Down '00 Honda CRV
5133/mo XLT. 4 Door s249/mo All Hon-da'


0 Down '04 Ford Taurus
S249/mo 14,000 Miles!


0 Down '02 Chevy Impala 0 Down '01 NIssan Frontier 0 Down '00 Mustang GT Convertible
$205/mo Great Family Carl $249/mo Crew Cab! o288/mo' One of a kind!


'Sib'jlllDrirfrn! land
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Direct Automotive Wholesale
403 W. Jefferson (Hwy 90) 3 Blocks West of Square n Ouincy, Next to Dollar General Open Mon-Tlhurs 9 n.im .8 p.m,; Fiildn 9'7,; Sat 8 -6 pm, fCil. Suiindlv,

Quincy 850-627-8448 Quincy
All Paymonts Illstrnted willth Zero Down, 6% Interest, 60 months. With Anproved .ie-dRt
Prices do not Include tax, tag, Mitlr and dealer fooa,