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Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 2005
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 2005 N 98th Year, No. 46 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 N 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


COURT


Couple


pleads in


Clarksville


meth case
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
SA Clarksville couple arrested
last summer after a metham-
phetamine lab was discovered at
their home has pled no contest
in Circuit Court.
Richard Broome, 40, and his
wife, Rhonda Broome, 41, were
both initially charged with man-
ufacture of meth, trafficking in
ineth, possession of chemicals,
possession of marijuana. and
"cultivation of marijuana after the
Calhoun county Sheriffs. Office
shut, down the Red-P (red phos-
phorus) methamphetamine lab
at their home at 111:31 SW SR
73 last June.
The lab reportedly contained
all the essential ingredients for
the 'production of meLh, includ-
ing numerous containers :of
pseudoephedrine wash. Also dis-
covered were three containers of
meth oil that tested positive for
methiamphetlamine. The meth oil
confiscated totalled 1893 milli-
liters which would produce an
estimated 1.325 grams of powder
meth with a street value of
SEE METH, PAGE 8


Special Forces training wil




take plainCalhoun Co


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Special; Forces training
center is expected to open soon
in Calhoun County, bringing
with it several new civilian
jobs.
Reston, Virginia, .based
Advanced Training Services
(ATS) has set up an office in
the Calhoun County Airport
Industrial Park and is working
to purchase land m the area
for a training center.


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SManager Tom Powell, they are
seeking to acquire land off
Flatwoods Road where they will
train America's finest, as well
as other elite forces serving
across the globe.
"Our main objective ;for
picking Calhoun County is it
doesn't draw a lot of attention,"
Powell emphasizes. "Ob\iousIl.
we don't want to draw a lot of
attention."
Chris Farina. who ,owns
ATS. says the training center


would provide a variety of civil-
ian jobs. "An-vwhere from five
to 500 [jobs would be created],
depending on the type of oper-
ation we're doing,". Farina
explains. "Basic ser-ices would
be cooking and cleaning and
we'll be spending quite a bit of.
money o \vehicle maintenance
and building materials."
Powell says typical training
,classes will be small with an
average of 12 to 25 personnel
at a time with a %\ide vanety of
skill sets. ATS officials met


with Chipola College leaders
last week and have arranged to
also offer continuing education
and in-sernice training for nil-
itary and civilian personnel at
,the Calhoun County center.
In addition to programs for
the ndihtary. Powell says local
law enforcement training will
also be available at the center.
"We have a longtime view of
being here, in the community,"
Powell remarks.
SEE TRAINING, PAGE 14


STREET VENDOR ISSU3



Peddlers in Blountstown told,




to steer clear of sidewalks


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Street vendors and peddlers
are being asked by city offi-
cials to keep Blountstown
sidewalks clear of merchan-
dise. '
The matter came up for dis-
cussion at a recent City
Council meeting after leaders
began reviewing peddler and
solicitor rules that have been
on the books for decades.
"Three or four times in the
last month, sidewalks have
been blocked with statues and
such." Councilman Steve
Bailey noted. "During the
summer, there's a snowcone
trailer sitting across the side-
walk. Anybody traveling the
sidewalk has to go around
it."
Bailey emphasized that,
even if nearby businesses are


ness people in town if we allow
any Tom, Dick, and Harry that
c9nies along throuightown to
sell their goods from the back
of their truck," Bailey
remarked. He added that,
often. times, these vendors
don't have parking near their
stands and, subsequently,
u .neighboring businesses get
the overflow. "Should we not
require them to provide ade-
quate parking?. If I decide I
want to open a 20 x 20 space
on a street corner...should I be
S ." allowed to open a business
where I provide no parking
and no restrooms?"
Councilman John
Tomlinson, Jr. agreed that
City officials are asking street vendors to keep wares off the sidewalks. many street vendors are not
helping the image of the
renting space to vendors, they are meeting the same require- community. "I think it does
"can't rent the sidewalk." ments as businesses with a junk up the town when we
City leaders also discussed storefront. have them all over the place,"
whether these street vendors "We are punishing our busi- SEE PEDDLERS, PAGE 14


Collision


ends in


one arrest


for drugs

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A two vehicle crash, on SR 73
just south of Shelton's Corner
ended in one arrest on drug
charges.
Catlin O'Neil Green, 20, has
been charged with possession of
a controlled substance, less
than 20 grams of marijuana,
and drug paraphernalia.
According to the Calhoun,
County Sheriffs Office, Dept
Bliss Moreau responded to the
call Saturday night and learned
a Nissan driven by driven by,
Michelle Pntchard had struck a,
Chevy S-10 driven by Green. All
escaped inur-. however, Dep;
Moreau detected alcohol ori
Green Ari inventory search of
his vehicle turned up three
Klonopin pills, a Xanai x pill, 1.6
grams of marijuana, and tweez4
ers commonly used for consum-
ing marijuana. Green was taken
into custody.

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BY KELLI PEACOCK
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clothes and supplies, it's time to
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Holiday Week kicks off this
Saturday. July 23, and contin-
ues through midnight July 31.
Throughout the week, no
sales tax will be collected on
books, clothing.,wallets, hand-
bags, backpacks, and other gar-
ment bags that sell for S50 or,
less. Clothing items include
footwear.
Also exempt are certain
school supplies with a selling
price of $10 or less. 'These
include pens, pencils, erasers,
crayons. notebooks and paper,
poster paper, scissors, computer
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O'Bryan, Bruner to wed Aug. 6


Edwardc Thomas and Vanessa Dawson

Dawson, Thomas will


exchange vows Nov. 26


Nas James and Amanda
Dawson of Blountstown would
like'to announce the engage-
ment -of their daughter,
Vanessa Zanovia Dawson, to
Edward Thomas, Jr., the son of
Edward Thomas, Sr. of
Jacksonville; and Adeline
Thomas of Bristol.
Vanessa is the granddaugh-
ter of the late. Lewis and
Francis Davis of Bay Minette,
Alabama, the .late Jake and
Alice Crook of Blountstown, the
late Nasilean Dawson of Grand
Ridge, and Minnie L. Dawson,'
currently residing in the St.
:Rose Commnunity.


Edward is the graiidson of
the late Jeffery and Ellaree
Thomas, and the late Abraham
and Minnie Williams, all of
Jacksonville..
Vanessa is currently
employed by Florida State
Hospital/APD as a 'Behavioral
Program Superxisor at MRDP
Edward is employed by the
Calhoun County School Board.
The couple has planned a
wedding for 4 p.m. on
'November 26 at St. Paul AME.
No-local invitations will be sent,
but all friends and relatives are
welcome.


Heather Marie O'Bryan and
Steven Edward Lee Bruner, both
of Altha, are proud to announce
their engagement and forthcom-
ing marriage.
The bride-to-be is the daugh-
ter of Mike and Debbie O'Bryan
of Altha. Maternal grandparents
are the late Leonard and
Fausteen Varnum of Altha.
Paternal grandparents are G.R.
and Billie O'Bryan, and the late
Mildred Janet O'Bryan, all of
Altha.
The groom-elect is the son of
William Bruner and Jennifer
Hires Bruner, both of Marianna.
His maternal grandparents
include Janice Hansford of
Marianna and Emmanuel Hires
of Blountstown. Paternal grand-
parents are the late Ben Bruner
and. Dolly Davis of Marianna,,
and Jeff Strickland of Michigan.
His great-grandparents include


C.L. Hansford of Marianna, and
Agnes Holley of Blountstown.
Heather is, a 2002 graduate of
Blountstown High School and a
2005 graduate of Chipola
College, where she received an
Associate of Arts Degree and an
Associate of Science Degree in
Nursing. She is currently
employed as a Registered Nurse
at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital.
Steven is a 2003 graduate of
Grand Ridge High School and is
currently employed as a
Correctional Officer at Calhoun
Correctional Institution.
The ceremony is scheduled
August 6,. 2005, at Altha First
Baptist Church at 3:00 in the
afternoon. A reception will imme-
diately follow in the fellowship
hall. All friends and family mem-
bers are cordially invited to
attend. .


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ef thetr daughter. Nikki Hendrix,
fo Drew Hathaway. son of Mr..
And Mrs. Andy Hathaway of
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SNikki is the granddaughter of
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The County Record, JULY 20, 2005, Page 3


Buchanan, Stanley announce engagement



Wedding planned October 8


Jessica Lynn Buchanan of
Blountstown and Daniel
Richard Stanley of Hosford are
proud to announce their upcom-
ing wedding on October 8, 2005.
Jessica is the daughter of the
late Cathy Buchanan of
Blountstown. She is the grand-
daughter of Laverne Faircloth of
Zephyrhills, Ray and Christine
Carver of Dade City, and Barbra
Stark of Milwaukee, WI.
Daniel is the son of Dick
Stanley of Hosford and Gail
Espinosa of Panama City. He is
the grandson of Edna Stanley
Revell and the late Arnos Stanley
of Hosford, and Lanell Williams


and the late Clayton Williams of
Fort Pierce.
Jessica is a graduate of
Blountstown High School and
will continue the dental hygiene
program at Tallahassee
Community College in the fall.
Daniel is a graduate of Liberty
County High School and
received a degree in Recreation
and Leisure from Florida State
University. He is the recreation
coordinator for the Division of
Forestry.
Invitations will not be sent,
however, all friends and family
are welcome to attend.


I the Cou 0t e Sord I


Jessica L4 nn Bucnanon and Doaniel chard Stonley


Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Wade Shelton


Procelli, Shelton



united in marriage


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Procelli of Fort Lauderdale,
and Mr. and Mrs. .Randy-
Shelton of Clarksville, proudly
announce the marriage of
their children, Danielle
Elizabeth Procelli and Joshua
Wade Shelton:
Maternal grandparents of
the bride are the late Mr. and
Mrs. LeRoy Russell of Long
Island. New York. Paternal
grandparents of the bride are
Mrs. Margaret Procelli of Fort
Lauderdale, and the late Mr.
Anthony-Procelli.
Maternal grandparents of
the groom are the late Mr. and
Mrs. Woodrow Williams of
Blountstown. Paternal grand-
parents of the groom are Mr.
and Mrs. Elbert. Shelton .of.
Clarks\lle.
Danielle and Josh's cele-
bration of marriage took place
on June 25. 2005, at the
Church by the Sea in Fort
Lauderdale. Friends and rela-
tives witnessed their commnit-
:ment \-ith a series of musical
duets and scripture readings,
The bride wore an original
g- own by: Maegie Sottero which
featured an overlay, of-lace
adorned with :pearls and
Austrian crystals. Her veil was
Scomplimented \\ith pearls
Danielle's bridesmaids
included Jennifer Beatty.
Miranda Shelton, Kristen
Adams, and Hope Smith.
Nichole Procelli attended her
sister as maid of honor.
Groomsmen included
Brandon Westerman.
Kristopher Dake. Joseph
Piconcelli. and Christopher
\White. Michael Owen attend-
ed Josh as his best man.
Ushers included Christopher


Sobocinski and Jason Keith.
Flower girls were Cheyenne
and Melanie Beatty. Ring
bearer was Zackery Beattv.
SReverend Dr. Linden DeBie
officiated the ceremony. Yuri
Kimura presented "Fur Elise"
/ as a dedication to the memory
of grandparents, and loved
ones \iho. could not attend.
Special music included
"Canon in D" by Yuri Kimura,
pianist: "Romance" by Kristen
Adamis, clarinetist,, and Yuri
Kimura, pianist; "Ashokan
Farewell" by Hope Smith, vio-
linist, and Kristen Adams,
guitarist; and "Ave Maria"'by
Hope Smith, violinist, and
Yuri Kimura, pianist.
Scnpture readings of Song -
of Solomon and I Corinthians
13:1-13 were presented by
.Deborah and Joseph
Piconcelli, aunt and uncle of
the bride.
The young couple present-
ed a white rose to each of their
new mothers.
Mr.' and 'Mrs'. Thomas.
Procelli hosted a beautiful
reception- following the wed-
ding ceremony at the Tower -
Club which featured a
,panoramic view\ of the lights of
Fort Lauderdale.
The couple will reside in
Tallahassee where Josh is
employed with Brown and
Brown Associates and
Danielle is a music therapist.
Mr. and Mrs. Randy
'Shelton will host a reception"
in honor of the marriage of
Danielle and Josh on
Saturday. July 23, at the W.T.
Neal Cilic Center in
Blountstown from 3 to 5 p.m.
CT. All friends and relatives
are cordially invited to attend.>


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SDear Miss Molly:
I'm getting on up in years and some
Things, while )still interesting and enjoy-
able, are not as. important and often
,thought of as they once were. I'll be brief.
For the first five years of marriage,
and that may be stretching it some, if I
went to sleep in my recliner or on the
couch, the wife would come and wake
me and tell me to come on to bed: Now,
,I wake up in the morning with two dogs in
: my lap and a tea glass upside down
.between my legs.
I still find my wife as beautiful arid
-.: sexy as the first day I laid eyes on her
and love her far more. The fact that she
has worn the same gown to bed for twen-
ty years (nail polish, paint, tears, etc.).
has nothing to do with me going to sleep
as soon as I'm done with supper. One or
those Victoria's Secret nighties wouldn't
change a thing. Well, maybe.
I'm sure I'm not alone here and I've
got some younger buddies who are
already falling into this pattern. I just




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want my wife to know that if she wakes
me up, gives me a few minutes to get the
knees moving, I'll come on to bed.
I've seen all the new drugs advertised
on TV, always while we're eating supper,
and after hearing all the possible side
effects, there's no way I'd take that stuff.
Warning: If you stay excited for over
three hours, see a doctor immediately.
My wife would have taken me to a doctor
after thirty minutes.
Anyway, Miss Molly, I hope you
understand my point here. There's noth-
ing wrong with me physically nor do I not
find my wife as sexy as ever. I'm sure
there are other men my age in this same
situation, at least I hope so.
Any suggestion?
Alone in my recliner
Dear Alone:
Your wife is definitely trying to tell you
something if you are waking up next to
two dogs every morning. Malls are open
daily and Victoria's Secret does allow
men to shop there you can go out and
buy her a sexy nightie yourself to set the
tone for an evening that won't end with
you alone in your recliner.


LETTE RS O THE E ITO:R]


Dear Editor:
Last week something that I
thought would never happen
happened. My 4-year-old locked
my 17-month-old daughter in
our truck.
I didn't know what to do. I
called the Sheriffs Office and,
within a few minutes, Officer
Michael Morris was at our home
in Shelton's Corner. Within a few
seconds, I ,was holding our
daughter.
Thank you. so much, Officer
Morris. May God bless you and
keep you safe.
Thank you,
John, Dana, John Jr.,
SCourtney, and Morgan Cole


S ... ,, Dear Editor:
Dear Miss Molly: There are quite a many unli-
I have a brother that is 14 and he just censed motor vehicles invading
loves to be mean to me and control my highways and
life. And I'm so nice lo him. My mom says our streets highways and side-
to ignore hm. What do I do? walks. 1 can understand motor-
to ignore him. What do I do?
Had Enough ized wheelchairs on the sidewalk
.but not driving'down the shoul-
Dear Had Enough: der of our highways going after
You can't be walked on unless you lay alcoholic beverages.
down. Keep being nice to him if that's I've noticed that we now have
how you want to be treated, just refuse to a golf cart dealer in our commu-
allow him lo control you. unity. I'e 6 so noticed that there
HAVE A QUESTION FOR Miss MOLLY? is a golf cart all decked out with
Write to Miss Molly. c/o The County truck tool box and. slow moving.
Record, P.O. Box 366, Blountstown, FL :sign attached that drives on the
32424, email to news@the highway almost every-day. The
countyrecord.net or fax, 674-5008. problem is. we don't have a golf
course in Calhoun or Liberty
counties and- this is the only
place that such vehicles can
operate is to cross the highway
-where a golf course is divided by
v r a highway.
SI've seen lawnmowers with
trailers driving on the sidewalks
crossing through traffic and
motorized wheelchairs with chil-
dren playing in the .streets and
roads with them. Of course I've
seen the three and four wheeler


off road machines driving on the
dirt roads and down the ditches
of the highways and I've heard
the complaints and responses
that these tear up the public
right-of-way. So where does it
end??
I've come close to hitting one
of our golfcart riding citizens that
darted out into traffic on Hwy 20
west of Blountstown. I think if a
person can afford a golf cart with
many accessories, they should
be able to get a drivers license
and a, legal vehicle with tag and
insurance, of course I could be
wrong.
What will happen if one of
these people driving one of these
vehicles on the road gets
involved in an accident? My
See LETTERS, page 14


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Through Apalachicola River Florida Forever Project...


Over 830 acres will be



preserved in panhandle


Bees provide

honey for the

Settlement

The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement has welcomed some
new volunteers: honey bees! "We
had two hives donated and
they're now up to five hives," says
Linda Smith of the Settlement.
"We had some wild bees come
in on'the bottom of the cane mill
and they were transferred to one
of the hives, They're really doing
well." Smith says the Settlement-
ri11 no./ be able to offer honey, in.
addition to the cane syrupthey
make on .site. The hives, were
donated by, her daughter, Rita
'Rodgers,-wh'o is :.itjre.:- above
.itar another bee h.::r,.:Iir knownn
as ,"Sharky" and Jeff Pir-:,::er; a
bee inspector. At left, Roagers
looks on as Pippen ir-n';.s cti sc:n-,e
of the honeybees.


Florida last week preserved
more than 830 acres in the
Florida Panhandle, widely recog-
nized as one of America's biolog-
ical hotspots. Purchased through
Florida Forever, the acquisition
protects the waters of the
Apalachicola River, black bear
habitat and the rare Florida
Torreya tree.
"Recognized nationally for its
biological diversity, the Florida
Panhandle supports many rare
and endangered species," said
Department of Environmental
Protection Secretary Colleen M.
Castille. "Preserving this parcel
will protect the water quality and
wildlife habitat of the largest and
longest river system in the
southeastern United States."
Part of the 18,940-acre
Apalachicola River Florida
Forever project, the newly
acquired properties will be man-
aged as additions to Torreya
State Park. One of Florida's
award-winning state parks;
Torreya State Park is known for
Its steep river bluffs, hardwood
forests and deep ravines. The

Football signups
Calhoun County Youth
Football siriups will be held at
the BlounLtsto\wn High School
Field House on July 23, 9-11
a.m. Your child will need a cur-
rent picture (preferably a school
picture); a copy oi their birth cer-
tificate and the fee is $45 with a
$45 deposit. If you have any
questions please feel free to c6n-
tact Greta at 674-8059.


addition will provide scenic areas
for hiking, boat launching and
other recreational opportunities.
Spanning four Northwest
Florida counties, the
Apalachicola River Florida
Forever project is preserving
some of the last remaining
Florida yew and torreya trees.
Endangered and threatened
wildlife found among the deep'
ravines and high plateaus of the
conservation area include the
gopher tortoise, bald eagle and
Mississippi and swallow-tailed


kites. The area's waterways are
'home to more than 130 species
of fish and shellfish, including
grouper, flounder, striped bass,
shrimp and blue crab.
The 10-year, $3 billion Florida
Forever program established by
Governor Jeb Bush and the
Florida Legislature conserves
environmentally sensitive land,
restores waterways and pre-
serves important cultural and
historical resources. For more
information, visit www.Florida
Forever.org.


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Ponchos, Safety Clothing, Shirts, Shoes, Shorts, Socks,
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Hunter safety course available in

classroom, CD-ROM, or on Internet


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)'
Sis encouraging would-be hunters
to sign up and take their manda-
tory Hunter Safety Course this
summer and not wait until the
fall. This time of year provides
the best opportunity to get into a
class as slots are more readily
avadiable. Drunng huming sea-
, soi and just prior. 'lasses usual-
Sy fill up fast.
The FWC Hunter .Safety
Course, or similar approved
course by another state,
i_ province or' organization. is a
requirement to obtaining a
Florida hunting license for any-
one born on or after June 1,
: 1975. Even though the course is
riot required for persons born
?before that date, it is recom-
mended, especially for beginning
hunters.
Classes are taught through-
out the state by certified volun-
Steer instructors who, teach
firearm safety, and laws, basic
Shunting terminology;' conserva-
Stion. safe hunting practices, out-
door ethics, wildlife e identification
Sand management. sunival. field
first aid and the Florida Wildlife-
* Code. The course is. free aid
prepares sportsmen for a safer,
More rewarding experience while
Sin the outdoors
S "Don't. wait until the last
Minute to sign up to take a
Hunter Safety Course or you
n may have a hard time getting
into a class," said Bill Cline, pro-
gram administrator. "A large


number of courses are being
offered statewide this summer,
and it's best to try to get into one
while more space is available.
Then, when hunting season gets
here; you'll be ready to go."
The Florida Hunter Safety
Course meets all the require-
ments for ] ird' r ,- ', I | .i!!lI
Throughout LNorlh. AniterTLc. IL
also -is essential- for Floridians""
who wish to hunt in most other
states or in Canada and need to
purchase a non-resident license.
The course is available to be
taken in a classroom setting, and
it is offered in all of the state's 67
counties. In addition to the tra-
diuonal in-clas- course, hunters
no\w have the option of taking
most of the classroom instruc-
tion, online or on compact disc,
without leaving home.
However, hunters who choose
the Internet or CD-ROM version
must take an additional three
hours in the classroom: success-
fullv pass a written exam: and
participate in a field-day class
that includes \ie-ftring instruc-
tion on a shooting range.
."Don't ,v.ait to take the class,
and make arrangements now to'
sign up for one this summer."
Cline said.
For more informniatin on the
Hunter Safety Program 'or to
learn when the; next available,
class or field day will be offered
in your area, contact your local
FWC office or visit
Mvy FWC.com/huntersafety.


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Deadline Aug. 4 to apply



for Chipola's fall semester


Local teachers learned to till crops as American settlers'did in the 18th century, Calhoun County edu-
cator Amy Henegar-Valenta and Liberty educators Donna Summers, Jeri Flowers and Jill Davis (I to r)
attended the 2005 Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute immersion program through participation in the
Teaching American History Grant secured by the Panhandle Area Educational Consortium, Chipley


Local teachers get lesson



at Colonial Wlliamsburg


Four educators from Liberty Washington counties. The proj-
'and Calhoun counties were ect was established to:
among a group .of northwest Develop and implement
,Florida teachers to experience high-quality professional devel-
,6olonial Williamsburg hands-on opment for 8th and 11th grade
'in a unique summer program history teachers with content
,designed to immerse participants knowledge and skills.
,iito the realities of life in the M Cultivate partnerships for
18th century. collaboration among teachers
Donna Summers from Liberty and outside historical experts.
;County High, Jeri Flowers and M Establish professional
'Jill 'Davis from Hosford development workshops and
,Elementary, and Amy Henegar- summer immersion activities
tValenta from Altha School were that provide rich and deep sub-
,among 12 history teachers who ject content and student cen-
'participated in the 2005 Colonial tered teaching strategies.
Williamsburg Teacher Institute M Provide a structure for peer
,in Virginia June 23-July 1. coaching, peer mentoring and
The trip was organized by the peer instruction to improve con-
'Panhandle Area Educational tent knowledge and teaching
Consortium (PAEC) as. a culmi- strategies.
ration for teachers who complet- immersionn experiences are
led stringent' requirements of,' usvit', cost-prohibitive for
PAEC'~ '"Te'-c:hing" American teachers as 'eU .i's for their dis-
'History Grant (TAHG). tricts," said Paula Lovett Waller,
S"These teachers will return to PAEC executive director. "This is
.their districts with a better one example of why joining
Understanding of American his- together as a consortium is effec-
torv. Teachers who thoroughly tive. When a grant request has
,understand a subject are best the potential to impact more stu-
Fable to impact student achieve- dents, there is a greater likeli-
mnent when they teach that sub- hood of its being funded. Of the
lject." said Kathy Nobles, consult- 114 TAHGs awarded by the U.S.
t in charge of TAHG. Nobles Department of Education. only
recently resigned her position at two were funded in Florida, and
PAEC to serve as principal of one of those was to benefit teach-
r.'R. Tolar Elementary School in ers and students in 12 of our 14
Bristol. member districts.' Alone, it is
TAGH was requested by PAEC doubtful any one school district
lon behalf of Calhoun, Franklin, would have received this fund-
SFSUS, Inc., Gadsden, Gulf, ing."
iHolmes. Jackson, Liberty, PAEC is a regional education-
taylor, Wakulla, Walton and al service agency owned and gov-

Dpen enrollmentunderway;

apply for KidCare insurance
Florida KidCare is free or low- KidCare is in open enrollment
'cost health insurance for unin- and is accepting applications
su red children ages 0-18, even if now. Applications are available
;both : parents_ are working. at your local health department.
[Florida KidCare is made up, of doctor's office, pharmacy, and
:four parts: Medicaid. Medilids. public libraries. You may also
*Healthv Kids, .and Children's download an application at
#Medical Services. Medicaid is www.pahn.org. If you have any
'free. The other Florida KidCare' questions, need help completing
:programs have monthly premi- an application, or would like, an
,ums that depend on household application mailed to you, please
'size and income. Most families contact Panhandle Area Health
:pay only $15 or $20 a month Network, Inc. in Marianna, 877-
:fornALL children in a house- 892-9593, the call is free.
:hold. (Example: a family of 4
'can make up to $38,700.00 a O en Hous
Year and be eligible for the $20 a BE3 pen Ho se
month premium). When you -
|apply for the insurance, Florida plain ed August 5
,KidCare will check which pro-
,gram your child may be eligible from 8 a.m.-noon
'for.
Florida KidCare is excellent An open house will be held
,health insurance with coverage Friday, August 5, at
tthat :includes: doctor, visits, Blountstown Elementary School
;check up's, shots, hospital stays, from 8 a.m. urtil noon.
surgeries, prescriptions, emer- This is an opportunity to meet
agencies vision, hearing, dental, the teachers and visit the rooms
:mental health, and more. .i nrpnara-nn for thi htinnin
'n preparation for the beginning


erned by its member school dis-
tricts: Calhoun, FSU Schools,
Inc., Franklin. Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,
Madison. Liberty, Taylor,
Wakulla, Walton and
Washington. For more informa-
tion about PAEC, please visit our
web site at www,paec.org. ,


Application deadline is Aug. 4
for new students planning to
enroll in Chipola College during
the Fall term. Current students
who registered early must pay
fees by Aug. 8. Registration for
returning students begins Aug.
17. Classes begin Aug. 22.
Chipola offers college credit
courses during the day and
evening, and also through inde-
pendent study. The college
awards the Associate in Arts (AA)
Degree, a two-year degree that
guarantees acceptance to
Florida's 11 public universities.
The college also awards bache-
lor's degrees in. Secondary
Education with majors in mathe-
matics and science. Chipola's
University Center offers classes
on the Chipola campus leading
to bachelor's and advanced
degrees from UWF, FSU and UF.
Chipola also offers Associate
in Science degrees and certifi-
cates in Workforce Development
programs that provide training
for high wage jobs.
Financial aid applications are
available in the Financial Aid
Office or online. College applica-
tions are available in the
Admissions and Records Office,


Home School Alternative
JOY CHRISTIAN
SCHOOL
Limited Enrollment
Grades 3-12
For Further Information Contact
Dr. TamariaJoyner
850-674-2633


or online. Chipola's open-door
policy guarantees acceptance to
all students with a standard high
school diploma or GED. Testing


is required to enroll in certain
academic courses.
For information, call 718.-
2211, or visit www.chipola.edu


Classes begin August 2for EMT

Training program at Chipola


Application deadline for the
Chipola College Emergency
Medical Technician (EMT) train-.
ing program is today, July 20.
The' EMT program prepares
students for employment as
ambulance drivers/ambulance
attendants, or, emergency med-
ical technicians and to treat var-
ious medical/trauma conditions.


Course cost is approximately
$1,000. The class is limited to 24
students. Candidate interviews
are scheduled July 26. Classes
begin Aug. 2. The class will meet
Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to
10 p.m. with some weekend
classes. For information, call the
Health Sciences Department at
850-718-2316.


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North Florida Child
Development, Inc. is now accept-
ing applications for all children
ages 3-5. If you are interested
please give us a call at 674-2600
between the hours of 12:00 Noon
and 6:00 p.m. Monday -
Thursday.



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of school August 8.
All students and parents are
invited to attend.

Reception July 31

to honorformer

Altha Principal
The community of Altha 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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Nominees sought by Farm Service


Nominations are now being
accepted for the Farm Service
Agency (FSA) county committees.
Committees provide local
input on:
Commodity price support
loans and payments;
Establishment of allotments
and yields;
Conservation programs;


Incentive, indemnity, and
disaster payments for some com-
modities; and other farm disas-
ter assistance.
The Nomination period is now
underway. The nomination form
(FSA-669A) is available at USDA
Service Centers or online at:
http://www.fsa.usda.gov/pas/p
ublications/elections


V Aug. 1 Last day to file'
nomination forms at the local
USDA Service Center.
V Nov. 4, Ballots mailed to
eligible voters.
V Dec. 5 Last day to return,
voted ballots to USDA Center. -
V Jan. 1 Newly elected com-i
mittee members and alternates
take office.
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Team Tigers 2005

Members of "Team Tigers" 2005 (age 8 and under) baseball team include (front row, from left) Drew
Bryant, Grayson McCroan, Malac Johnson, Chasen Roulhac, Bryson Home, Lawrence Silcox, (middle) Ethan
Hires, Jake Woodham, Jared Wainwright, Tripp Taylor, Ridge Diefz, Colton Purvis,(bpck) Coaches Craig Hires
and Michael Bryant, Head Coach Emory Home, Coaches Mike Silbox, Tom Woodham, and Rick Johnson.
Not pictured is Coach Jeffrey Wainwright. This young team played in two scrimmage games against Wewa
and participated in an 8 and under tournament in Wewa where they earned the reputation as the team
that never quit!



Continuing education class



for builders, professionals-


Every year in August, the
Calhoun County Extension
Service has a continuing educa-
tion class for builders and pro-
fessional licensees for renewal or
continuing of their occupational
licenses.
This year's class starts at 6:30


S-State Off


DeepBog Ho

C' The Tri-State Off Road Park-
announced announced the fol-,
lowing race results for the Deep
Bog Hole July 16:
4 & 6 cylinders: 1St Johnny
Shadrick: 2nd Steve Wh-itfield:
3rd Keith Yon.
Street Legal: 1st Tigger
Wade: 2nd Tommy Arnold; 3rd


p.m. the second day of August in
the conference room at the
Calhoun County Extension
Building. For the convenience of
the contractors, the times for the
other classes will be decided at
the first class meeting.
These classes mclude:


Road Park


le results

- Dawn Herron.: '
38.5 & Dow\i: st Ronnie
Plue: 2nd Jimmy Mathers; 3rd
- Tommy Gainous; 4th Frank
Hendrix.
39 & Up: 1st Harvey Dillard;
2nd Ronnie Plug; 3rd Andy
Cumbie; 4th Johnny Johnson.


Florida Building Code
Overview, Residential, 4 CEH;
CILB 0008585, AR'9877319
CILB Requirements:
Understanding OSHA, 1 CEH
CILE 0007009. AR 9876599.
Worker's Comp, 1. CEH, CILB
0006539, AR 9876597
Green & Profitable Marketing,
1 CEH, CILB 0001751, AR
9876598
'HVAC & IEQ Basics:, Building
SEnvelope, 1 CEH, CILB 0007947,
AR 9876874,
Moisture Control, 2 CEH,
CILB 0007949, AR 9876873
Cooling Load Analysis. 2 CEH.
CILB 0007948. AR 9876876
Case Studies. 2 CEH. CILB
0007950, AR 9876875
Pre-Register as ,soon as possi-
ble so books and materials can
be, ordered for the class. For
additional information and to
register, call 674-8323.


Location: Long Pond, Penn.
*Banking/Turns: 14/8/6 degrees
Distance 2. i ii, .
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Last Year's Winner II.TT.e ,! .hr.son
Oualifying Record 'B, -Ir.rue 172.533 mph in 2004
Race Record Fu;, i. -.ia.,: 1J4.892.mph in 1996 .
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Through July 17 2005
2005 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1) Jimmie Johnson 2672
2) Greg Biffle 2595
3) Tony Stewart 2587
4) Rusty Wallace 2442
5) Kurt Busch 2347
6) Ryan Newman 2347
7) Mark Martin 2320.
8) Jeremy Mayfield 2285
9) Elliott Sadler 2276
10) Dale Jarrett 2254

2005 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Martin Truex, Jr. 2846
2) Clint'Bowyer 2704,
3) Reed Sorenson 2676
4) Carl Edwards 2626
5) Kenny Wallace 2499
6) Denny Hamlin 2446
7) Ashton Lewis 2277
I' 1.3 'I i.. m,,, 2273
SJi:.,:n .,II, 2186,
1 i Grrj B;.ie f '2174

Before Pu.;r Wallace drove his
currnri nunnt-r ? ar whatnumber
car .dd in Jnri
a) 25 .
b) 26
c) 27
d) 28


Kurt Busch
Born: Aug. 4, 1978
Sponsor: Sharpie/Irwin
Crew Chief: Jimmy Fennig
C r Ford
Biography:
Kurt Busch slipped quietly into the NEXTEL Cup
series with seven starts in 2000 and a full sched-
ule in 2001. He never really found his footing in
NEXTEL Cup racing until 2002. In that seas'on'he,.
scored not only his first win, but his first four wins"'
in NASCAR's premier division. Since then he has
been a force on the rough and tumble short.
tracks. His aggressive driving style has rubbed
'some drivers the wrong.way as evidenced by hisi
highly-publicized feud with Jimmy Spencer in-
2003. Kurt Busch is.no angel, but he can drive the'
1-. :k oui of a NEXTEL Cup car.
Driver's Highlights:
Nextel Cup Series champion in 2004
11 Nextel Cup career victories
2003: Finished 11th in points
2002: Finished third in points
2001: Runner-up for Nextel Cup rookie of the year
1999: Fear.i, 'lr.:.,ur.e:. T.:-.ur -:ramrrp.,:.n


ELurng ir, 1993 summer Winston, Cup race at
P.:..:n:,r, Ra:-eway, a jrunit'r mria took a dare
fr.:.m io.m, friends: Tr.., .-li .i him to run
a.:rc'' Ir.n i,.:i. andtouch the outside wall.-
He jumped over the infield fence and began to4
run across the track but stopped frozen with,
fear as cars'swerved to avoid him. Luckily he
was able to escape unharmed.


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Md Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


jL ocal man accused
of filing false report
against ex-girlfriend
A Blountstown man was arrested last
week for allegedly filing a false police
"-'rfeport.
Robert Elbert Pickron, 40, was
chargedd last Thursday in the case that
., "began back in April.


:Meth
around $132,000. In addition to
.the meth lab, investigators-found
.two marijuana plants hanging
-"from the ceiling of a bedroom in
the home to
complete the
dr' y drying
process".
Marijuana "
believed to be
for personal
use and.
some 'that
was pack-
aged to sell
was discov-
ored in the
c pln t u e s RICHARD BROOME
kitchen.
inete e'
m r- ij r uana
p.lant-s were
located on
the Broomes
property near-
their home.
In addition
to the vari-
xus drugs
Scharg e s
lRichard a p
,Broome was 1RHONDA BROOME
'so charged
with felony possession of a
firearm after a gun and ammuni-
tion were found at his, home.- He
is reportedly not allowed to have
a weapon after a prior felony con-,
viction in 1999 for possession of
marijuana with intent to sell.
After pleading no contest in
court July 6, Rhonda Broome
was sentenced by Judge Hentz
McClellan to five years probation
on charges- of manufracture of
meth_, possession of -marijuana
\'.ith intent to sell, and posses-.
sion of listed chemicals.
Richard Broome's sentencing
heanng is set for 9 a.m. today. He
is facing iOve Nears in prison. fol-
lowed by five years probation.


According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Nick Keller inter-
viewed Pickron on April 23 and he report-
edly advised he had gone to The Bank
two days prior and taken out a $5000
loan. In a sworn statement, he reported
that, while at the bank, he ran into an
acquaintance, Chasity Coleman, 29, and
they walked out together at which time he
placed the money in the glove compart-
ment of his truck.
Pickron further stated that, later that
afternoon, Coleman stopped by his house
and they engaged in sexual intercourse
after which he reportedly fell asleep. He
said he awoke to find Coleman was gone.
Two days later, he said he noticed the
money was missing and advised no one,
had been in his truck and Coleman was
the only other person with knowledge of
the money. He said he phoned Coleman
and alleged she stated she no longer
needed him and had paid off her truck and
caught up her back child support that was
due.
During the investigation, Dep. Keller
learned Coleman's vehicle had been paid
off and her child support had been
brought current. However, a bank employ-
ee advised Coleman, was with Pickron at
the time the loan was taken out.' Further
investigation revealed the loan against
Coleman's vehicle had, been satisfied the
afternoon Pickron took out the loan at The,
Bank, leading Dep. Keller to suspect
Pickron gave Coleman the money, then
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Dep. Keller also learned that Pickron
reportedly supplied his credit card number
to an area dentist to pay for dental work
for Coleman just a couple days after he
filed the theft complaint against her.
Subsequently, a warrant was issued
for Pickron's arrest. He was booked into
the Calhoun County Jail and given a con-
ditional release.

Man charged with
child abuse after
giving drugs to teen
An 18-year-old accused of giving
drugs to a teen has been charged with
child abuse;
Shane Coburn was arrested Friday in
the case..
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, a woman advised she
spoke with her teenage son by phone and
he seemed, under the influence of an
unknown substance. She. said the boy
and his friend were on the way to her
workplace and she wanted a deputy to
.peak wrih them.
Dep Bliss Moreau responded and
both. Coburn and the boy appeared ner-
vous. Both reportedly admitted to con-
suming cocaine and marijuana within the
past 24 hours. Coburn allegedly stated he
had purcrhaea Ine suosiance and giver
the boy a 'Daump" of cocaine Irom Ihe con-


tents.
A search of the vehicle they were dri-
ving turned up a pack of rolling papers
and a clear plastic bag that had previous-
ly contained marijuana.
Coburn was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and given a conditional
release.

Traffic stop ends
in arrest for pot,
paraphernalia
A traffic stop on CR 274 West
Saturday ended in the arrest of James
Michael McGill, charged with possession
of less than 20 grams of marijuana and
drug paraphernalia.
Dep. Nick Keller stopped McGill for
reportedly speeding 78 in a 55 mph zone.
He immediately detected alcohol and the
burnt odor of cannabis.
A search of the vehicle turned up a
plastic bag of marijuana and rolling
papers, along with three marijujana roach-
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disorderly inloxicalion. Samuel Hensley, fugilive from justice; Homer Padgett,
disorderly intoxication; Casey A. Causey, oanery. criminal mischief
July 12: Edward Hall, aggravated: stalking; Josepn Fowler, child support,
violation of conditional release, failure to appear in court; Jeremy Mosley,
holding for Hiilsborougn County; Silvero Jeronimo. disorderly inioxicallon
July 13: Timothy Banks, petit theft
July 14: Robert E. Pickron, false police report; Christopher Rogers, sentenced
from court; Lance R. Aldecoa, warrant/failure to appear, felony driving while
license suspended or revoked
July 15: Curtis Strickland, writ of attachment, violation of conditional release;
Wendell Hall, violation of county probation; Beth Adams, retail theft, uttering
forged instrument, possession of certain forged note, bills, check or draft; Jarrod
Brown, violation of county probation; Timothy K. Stone, wortnriess checks.
Shane Coburn, child abuse
July 16: James McGill, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana; Waylon Sellers, aggravated assault; Callin Green,
.possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of controlled
substance, possession of drug.paraphernalia
Editor's Note: The Martie Vickery listed in last week's Sheriff's Log is.not
the same Marti Vickery who works at Adams Funeral Home.
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail during
the past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are
considered innocent until proven guilty.
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PUBLIC RELEASE

CALHOUN COUNTY FREE AND

REDUCED PRICE MEALS 2005-06
The Calhoun County School Board announces its policyfor
Free and Reduced Price Meals for students under the

NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH AND

BREA KFAST PROGRAMS.
Any interested person may review a copy of the policy by contacting the Calhoun
county School Board, 20859 CentralAvenue East, RM-G20,.
Blountstown, Florida 32424, phone 674-5927.

Household size. and income criteria will be used to determine eligibility. These criteria can be
found on the second page of this document. Children Irom families whose income is ator below
the levels shown may be eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals. .

Application forms are being sent to all homes with a letter to parents or guardians. To apply for"
Free or Reduced Price Meals, households must fill out the application and return it to school.
Additional copies are available at the principal's office in each school. The information provided
on the application will be used for the purpose of determining eligibility and may be verified at any
time during the school year by school or other program officials. Applications may be submitted at
any lime during the year.

Household (hatl recelve''Foo,'St'tfims'irTANP' (TPrdT i/Assstance to Needy Families) are
required to list on the application only the child's name, Food Stamp/TANF case number, and
signature'of adult household member.

Foster children.may receive benefits based upon the child's personal income only.

All other households must provide the following information listed on Ihe application:

*Total monthly household income listed by amount received and type of income (wages, child
support, etc) received by each household member;
* Names of all household members; '
* Signature of an adult household member certifying the information provided is correct; and
* Social security number of the adult signing Ihe application or the world "NONE"'for this
household member if he or she does not have a social secunty number.

If a household member becomes unemployed or if the household size changes, the school should,
be contacted. Such changes may make the student eligible for reduced price or free meals:if the
household income falls at or below the levels shown below.

Under the provisions of the Free and Reduced price meal policy School Lunch Administrative
Assistant will review applications and determine eligibility. If a parent or guardian is dissatisfied
with the ruling of the official, he or she may wish to discuss the decision with the determining
'official on an informal basis. If the parent wishes to make a formal appeal, he or she may make a
request either orally or in writing to Superintendent Mary Sue Neves, 20859 Central Avenue East,.
RM-G20, Blountstown, Florida 32424, phone 850-674-5927.

Unless indicated otherwise on the application, the information on the Free and Reduced Price
Meal application may be used by the school system in determining eligibility of other educational
programs.

FLORIDA INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES
FOR FREE AND REDUCED PRICE MEALS
Effective from July 1 2005 to June 30 2006
FREE MEAL SCALE
HOUSEHOLD .
SIZE ANNUALLY MONTHLY WEEKLY
1 12441 1.037 240
2 16679 1.390 321
3 20917 1 744 403
4 25 155 2097 484
5 29 393 2.450 566
6 33631 2803 647
7 37 869 3,156 729
8 42 107 3509 810
For each
additional
family member. add 4 238 354 82
REDUCED PRICE MEAL SCALE
HOUSEHOLD
SIZE ANNUALLY MONTHLY WEEKLY
1 17,705 1,476 341
2 23736 1,978 457
3 29 767 2,481 573
4 35 798 2.984 689
5 41,829 3,486 805:
6 47.860 3 989 921
7 53891 4.491 1037
8 59922 4.994 1153
For each
additional
family
member, add 6031 503 116

Remember: The total income before taxes, social security, health benefits, union dues, or other.
deductions must be reported.
In accordance with Federal law and the U. S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the
ajjs. otl ra,:e, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs), To file a complaint of
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By Jessie M. Ehrich


SChamber Staff Assistant

FLOW Reports
The Chamber apologizes for
' the confusion regarding when
P FLOW Committee reports are
Made this month. Instead of
reporting at the Board of
SDirectors' rescheduled meeting
on Tuesday, July 19, chair per-
f sons were asked to report at the
SChamber's membership meeting
Son Thursday, July 21, at noon
CST. (Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Center in Blountstown).
S Rick Marcum, Opportunity
SFlorida, will present an update on
SOpportunity Florida. He will also


Hidden Treasures

by
Ryan
SMcDougald .

Follow Jesus
Text: Luke 14:33
S I remember one of my first experi-
e ences with capitalism. I was a little boy in
I elementary school. I loved to read
"Superman Comics." I would sometimes,
dream about how cool it would be to have
" Superman's x-ray vision and see through
things.
. One day I. ran across an advertise-
' ment in the comic book that was terribly
, exciting. Right there in "Superman
SComics" was a pair of x-ray vision glasses
o that I could order for my very own. I ran to
Smy mother and begged for money. Mama
. refused to give itto me trying to explain to
,me that they did not work. .
S I did not care. I had saved up a few
dollars helping sweep, clean; or pulling
$. weeds out'of the fencerow. I put my haid.
e earned money in an envelope and waited
Ssix long weeks for my x-ray vision glasses
. to arrive .
SNeedless to say; I was in for a huge
disappointment, when my x-ray 'glasses
arrived: All in the world they did' was make
Your hand look dark and bony if you neld
Sit up.to the light. You couldn t even see
anylring else with them Tnev were lotal-
y, ly, uery, useless. They wound up in Ihe
-trash.
X-rav glasses that you can1 see whilh
Share worthless. Sail that is not salty is not
good I,:r, anything A Chr;stian who won I
follow Cnrisi will not o. A disciple who is
not willing to give up all rhat he has is
good f':r nolrinq He is not even li for the
SunghrII or manure pile
SWhat i it t1hal you are unwilling to give
Sup for God? What are you hanging onto
That is so important? It is nol iit for the
manure pile. It will make you unfit as well.
Hudson Taylor put it this way, "The real
, secret of an unsatisfied life, lies too often
Ir nan.unsurrendered will.' Surrender all to
' follow Crirslt
F Ryan AlcDougald is a licensed
ordained Free Will Baptist Alnister nosi-
ing Bible study in the home For more
Information. call 6'--6351.
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SKeep God

In Your HeartJ
by Rev. R. W. Waterman


Our life Can Win Respect
I Thessalonians 4:12
' 'Adam Clarke relates a story o0 an
Arabian n.obleman whro flourished and
Swas repo.nedl.y Ihe mci1 generous and lib.
erai man in the East. One day he made a
leasi to wnich all Ihe Arabian lords and
Speasants were invited About the time'of
h Ihe feast, he spied an ,old man coming oui
ol the woods with a burden of s5icks
SWhen the Arabian nobleman asked him it
he had not heard aboul the leasi lIor
everyone. ire old man repiedi that one
who is able io gain his bread by collecting
' sticks in Ihe woods would not bebehold-
Sen to .anyone.
STo keep people from being dependent
on others for their bread, Paul admorn-
i" ished *.; his .Christian brothers ai
Thessalonrica to provide for their own
Needs He also encouraged ntem to walk
Shonesily before the bnc:onerled Gentiles
- This evolved sludving to be'quiet: avoid--
ing odie gossip lhat disturbed the peace,
' doing their own business (letting the busi-
ness or others alone); and working with
Sheir own hands, not imposing themselves
on the church oi God or otherr well-mean-
i' ing people. *
In that day, the true followers of Christ'
were known for their walk, work, and
labor. So. it. should be with one of us
Today. We should live a life consistent
with righteousness.and usefulness. In so
Doing, our lives can win the respect of
Seven those who do not know our wonder-
ful Savior..
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Wednesday Service...7;:00 PM


offer instruction to businesses
that are interested in setting up a
free webpage on the Opportunity
Florida web site. Don't miss this
great opportunity!
Senior Citizens is offering their
wonderful "Christmas in July"
lunch; please contact Debbie
(674-4163) to make reservations.
The menu is: turkey & dressing
with giblet gravy, sweet potato
souffle, mixed vegetables (the
good ones!), cranberry salad,
pecan pie, iced tea, coffee, and
water.
Eco-Tourism Meeting July 29
On Friday, July 29th at 10:00
a.m. (CST), the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement, in coopera-
tion with the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce, will host
a preliminary meeting at the
Settlement, to discuss plans for.
an upcoming eco/heritage
tourism workshop (also to be held
at the Settlement).
Howard Pardue, Acquisition
Coordinator of Florida National
Scenic Trails, is working with
Visit Florida personnel to present
this meeting and upcoming work-
shop. Howard was the speaker at
a. Chamber membership meeting
last fall, discussing future plans
for connecting portions of the
Florida .National Scenic Trail
through Calhoun County. He pre-
viously held executive positions
with Leon County in administra-
tion and community develop-
ment. (The toll free number for
FNST is 877-HIKE FLA. Check
out hisweb site at: wwv.flonda-
trail.org).
Sales Tax Holiday
The Chamber recently received
a notice, from the Florida
Department of Revenue, that the
12005 Sales Tax Holidax"' is from,
July 23, 2005 (starting at i2:01
a.m.). through July 31. 2005
(ending at midnight).
This notice advises that:
"Florida law provides that .no
sales lax or discretionary sales
surtax (also known as local
option sales tax) will be collected
on sales of books, clothing.
footwear, and certain accessories
havingg a selling price of $50 or
less; or on certain school supplies
having a selling price of $10 'or
.less."
Remember to buy your school
supplies during this time frame
and avoid paying sales tax!
Vendors may speak with a
Department of Revenue represen-
tative .by. calling Taxpayer
Services (Monday through Friday
from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. E.T.)
at (800) 352-3671. Information
and forms are available at DOR's
web site: www.myflorida.com/dor


The County Record, JULY 20, 2005, Page 9

Deadline for Church
09 News is Monday at Noon


NeWs EVSNTS frown. t he
The Perfect
Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce Chuch
S20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424 hurch
(850) 674-4519 FAX: (850) 674-4962 by Paul F. Jonr, Ph.D First Baptist Youth
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People are sometimes.prone to paint
Christians as a collection of perfect peo-
ple. They criticize every moral or person-
al failure of church members as evidence
that churches are "full of hypocrites" and
clear evidence that the churches are not
selective enough in who they allow to
become members. One outstanding
British pastor put the matter into proper
perspective. "It should be written over the
door of every church building, just as it
must be written over the gates of heaven.
'For Sinners Only.' Most churches under-
stand themselves to be societies of forgiv-
en sinners. They understand that they
are spiritual hospitals to minister to the
spirit.
Jesus underlined the most important
facet of his ministry when He declared
that He had come "to seek and to save
that which is lost." In His stories about the
lost sheep, the lost coin, and the lost son
he emphasized that God's great concern
is rescuing'the lost. Heaven's greatest joy
is when one that has been lost is found.
In the story of the "Prodigal Son" we are
reminded that God's only rush is to
redeem the son who has wandered way:
When this much emphasis is.given in the.
New Testament to God's concern for the
spiritually sick, you wonder where the
idea came from that churches are a col-
lection of people who have worked their
way to perfection, churches are societies.
of the forgiven and forgiing who are
gradually being made righteous by a God
Who has declared them righteous.
.Jesus Was invited'into the home of, a
noted .Pharisee. Sometime during the
evening meal a woman who was a sinner,
came into the dining room and began to
anoint the fee of Jesus with valuable oint-
ment. It was not uncommon for people to
slip into banquets when noted personalh-
ties were the guests of honor. The
Pharisees prided emse.es on their per-
sonal goodness. They avoided every .
encounter with anyone of questionable,
reputation. This pharisee immediately',
concluded that Jesus could not have been'
a prophet. If He were a prophet He would
have known the character of this woman.
and expelled her from the house. No;
sooner had Sirnon. the Fharsee. trlnogrl
mhis nat Jesus challenged him. He told
the story of two men who owed debris to a
money lender. Neither could pay the bill.
Rather than having them imprisoned the
.money lender lorgave both their debts.
,One man owed ten times as much as the;-
other Jesus asked which one would
appreciate being lorgiven he more The
Pnarsee concluded thai the one would be
more grateful who had been forgiven Ine
greater amount Jesus look Ihal .-pponu-
niry to remind Inis man ihai the sinlul
woman was merely expressing her grai-
tude because she had been forgiven a
great debt by God.
.The reason a peneci church does not
exist is simple: God wants us .to have'.
churches that are fellowships of the for-
given who in'turn can.be forgiving.
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850-674-4331


Meaningful Bible Study.........................9:45 AM
SExciting Worship..................... ;.... 11:00 AM
S: Bible Study & Worship..... .......... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study.'....6...16:30 PM
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Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown

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Website: www.rivertownchurch.info



St. Mary Missionary

Baptist Church
16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON. PASTOR t
850-674-8716
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM


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For Information on Placing Your Church in the Directory, Please Call 674-5041
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First Baptist Church of
Blountstown's Children's
Ministry invites all children three
years to fifth grade to "Popcorn
and a Movie Night" this Sunday
afternoon, from 4:15 to 5:45 p.m.
in the First Baptist Activity
Building.
We will be singing, eating,
drawing door prizes, and watch-
ing the new Veggie Tales movie,
"Minnesota Cuke and the Search
for Samson's Hairbrush".
For more information, call the
church office at 674-6828. Come
for an evening of fun, adventure,
and silliness all free of charge!

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
vision 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 cordiall]i imitation for
all of iou to come and help us cel-
ebrate the move of God.
Beginning at 9:00 a rn until we,
\\wll 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.
\,e will ho st our Gospel Blow Out
Ex.ra\aganza Some groups who
will be in attendance, afe the
.Jacksonaires of ChatLahoochee.
the West Florida Male Chorus of





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Blountstown, the Tones of
Harmony of Marianna and many
other groups. Come and help us
celebrate the Lord in the beauty
of Holiness. For more informa-
tion feel free to contact sister Jo
Ann Garrett at 674-4378. Come
out and share the joy of the vision
God has given our pastor.

St. Mary MBC plans
banquet September 30
St. Mary Missionary Baptist
Church cordially invites you to
the banquet celebration, four
years of great leadership honor-
ing Dr. C.L. Wilson, pastor and
sis. Betty Wilson, First Lady. The
banquet will be held on July
30th at the W.T.,Neal's Civic
Center, Blountstown, FL at -7:00
p.m. C.S.T. Tickets are available
for $15.00 adults and $10.00
children 12 years under. Please
R.S.V.P. your attendance by con-
tacting Evangelist Patricia Mosley
at 643-2948 or Deaconess
Althamease Blue, 674-4432.
"Empowered From Above for
the Work Below" And, behold, I
send the promise of my Father
upo:ri y'ou: but tarry ye in the City
of Jerusalem, until ye ended
with power from on high. Luke
24:49.

Hillcrest Baptist Food
giveaway Saturday

Hillcrest Baptist Chu Irc h will.
hold it's free food giveaway on
Saturday, .July 23, starting at
10:00 am.
If you wish to pick up food for
'another signed up applit..ini
please call: Beverly at .762-43.84
for instructions. Do not 'call
before 9:00 am, or after 9:00 pm.
Organizers also ask that you do


not arrive at the' church until
9:30 am.
The church is located approxi-
mately five miles west of Shelton
Corner on Hwy 274.
Manna Ministries food
pantry open Saturday
Manna Ministries, a ministry
of Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene, will open its food
pantry on Saturday, July 23,
from 1:00 until 3:00 p.m. Anyone
needing assistance with food
items is welcome to participate.
The Church is located at 17826
NE Crozier St. diagonally across
from the southwest corner: of
Calhoun Liberty Hospital. It's the
orange brick building with the
white steeple.


Family Affair topic

of meeting July 21
The planning committee 'for
the Family Affair will meet on
Thursday, July 21, at 1:00 PM at
the W.T. Neal Civic Center Arts
and Crafts room.
This is a change of location so
that we can plan out the logistics
of booth placement etc.




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The County Record, JULY 13, 2005, Page 10


S REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
rSealed proposals. subject to the minimum
general conditions herein, will be received by
thc City of Blountstown, Florida until 4:00
P.M., C.S.T.. City Manager's Office, 20591
Central Ave. W.. Blountstown. Florida 32424
on' Tuesday. August 16. 2005: Mark
"Ppoperty/Liability/Workers' Compensation
Insurance" on envelope.
"The City of Blountstown is requesting
proposals for property/liability/workers'
compensation Insurance. A description of
current coverage, rates, and policy Information
for. quotation purposes may. be picked up at
City Hall. Assume an effective date of October
1. .2005.
SProposals will then be opened and read
aloud for City Council, comment during the
Regular Session of the City Council. the same"
da at 6:00 P.M.. 17262 NW Angle Street..
Blluntstowh. Florida 32424.
'Please provide eight (8) copies ol all proposal
inplrmatlon. in addition to the original
proposal. so that each City Council member
and City Attorney can simultaneously review
the bid being opened.
."he City Council reserves the right to reject
any or all bids deemed In the best Interest of
til6 City.

S* BY: R.W. Deason. Mayor
SFROM: Jimmy W. Hand. City
,.. Manager/Engineer.
July 20; July 27





'*IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
"JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:2005-DR 1437
JAMES ERIC McCALLISTER
Petitioner


IAVELLE DELORAS McCALLISTER
; Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF
S. MARRIAGE
To, Lavelle Deloras McCallister
-.'-. :-1 Pensacola, Apt. H2
Tanr.r, zv.. FL
SYOU ARE NOTIFIED that an :,,.:. .r. h i b.:en
fiid against you and that you ar.. riequirt:. 1
serre a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it'n ,James McCallister, whose address is P.O.
B.c 135, Hosford, FL 32334 on and before
J~y '5, 2005 and file the original with the,
cletk of this Court at 302 S. Monroe St., Rm.
15S. Tallahassee, FL 32307, before service on
Ptitioner or immediately thereafter. If you
fill to do so, a default may be entered
against you for the'relief demanded in the
petition. '
.Cdpies of all court documents in this case;
Including orders. are available at the Clerk of
tli Circuit Court's office. Youi may review
iltfse documents upon request.
iYou 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
FUmily Law form 12 915) Future papers in
thls lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
-1 WARNING: Rule 12.285. Florida Fmily.
L4. Rules po. Procedures. requires certain
ati'pmatic disclosure .of documents and
information Failure to comply can result in
sqpetions, including dismissal or striking of
piadings.
'*Dated this June 6. 2005
Bob Inzer
_' Clerk of the Circuit Court
-', Leon County. Florida
l July 6. 13. 20. 27. 2005
I.


I L G A L N T I C E


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
IlrOTh:E HERET.' Cir'.'Er Ti-iA Belts Land'
Company. ihe h.:.lder iof ire billowing
:h: iii. ie riF- lile.J i ,F''i iriiiiCi- i:0r s tax.
di.e 1 ic, t. i -;-Ji thereon. The certificate
fniT.tp' r td aei- ,:,1' tri.U. ,lF:, i.rl-: ,er rir hri ,
afew -d i f a e e :,|ll,:l,'w
C.pjii-li.i N:, %,ma ',e:r :.f l:4 Ij.nl:e 2100! -,.,
'DEiC)Ei'FjFTICr 'F PROPIRT'Y: Begin at the
uli..i ..:..i-er of the' West 1/2 of. Ih
dr,-a.,e i 4 .:.i Northwest 1/4 f S.e,'Ci n 31
i ,.r -rio .i -rir, F.ancI II e;i run Ea.i
[10 !i5r L ur.: run n[,r .r 520: l e c. i)NT 'F
EcGIfirjrlrr iin r rn Er r t.' Ic ei ihenie
rJri r,r 41' ifIeel Ihsr.r,':r: 'ei i:)I I' Ilricn-r e
4';)Juir 4 1eL i. '-h i F-':,rI T OF BLEGciriiic.
Tii ati:..e 1.:crm:j Irnr.d i 31:- li-, kr.,wn as Lot
4.p &I.-..-p. i I A un.rcri:.:.r.ed Flj in Calhoun '
dunr' ., Fl:ida '
F'i .E." itn \ HI,'- H '.S-ES ED J..:'epnr Olds 7i:,
L'ar Cii-:le Spen.:p,:.i'l tI\ 1455)'- 164.
Sad Fr:,peri, 'elnc inre Coin., C.I' ,.-miHOi.l l
T.ATE O':F FLORC'FiD. I.Itle _; iu,:h cerlficale
I- ill ti red.:erer,. a.-c :irdllnc It law' the
prt.peri dJecribe-d in ,c:h r -ruii:a i, shall be
OLD o0 te irncr n er-, bldier at the Courthouse
-i -.,r '.n irn l't .di, .:.i' S.ptember, 2005, at
I. ('A A M C>:T
SF;RUTH W. ATIAWAY.
rK t. i' i He C Tlit' ,ll C.,ur -:.1
C.JAL i.-lri COi rf-i FLr'. .0A
..-. July 20, 2 A_A 3. .10 2005


I LEGALNTIE


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
'S.-.aed proposals, subject to the minimum :
Ir.rer~l i:onditlons herein, wlll:'.e re. l, ed it
,nc i Irh of Blountstown, Florida until 4:00
cPFl C S.T.. City Manager's Office. 20591
CFri,' u I\ve. W., Blountstown. Florida 32424
Tut.day,:'- August 16. 2005: Mark
"- 'Dleli Bidr" on envelope. -
The City of Blounistown 's 'requesting
proposalss for gasoline and diesel for use in the
t.pl_'r ilj' oi' F' ur.i.: vehicles.
.Bi.d i .:.rTs required may be obtained at City.'.
Hall i,':1-I Central Ave. W, Blountstown. FL.
BtE forms must be used by ,each bidder
sltinitting a bid. Otherwise bids will not be
cgpsidered.
O'Any bid submitted after the specified hour
agd date will not be opened or, considered.
The City accepts no responsibility -for mailed,
rf-.p.:i 'k.. t, rrlve at City Hall after the
a-.if .-te.J rim- even though the envelope'
r rlle.:l a r:.itmark prior to the above

SProposals. wIl ih:i tL, olr-ied iand read
a dud "for City Council :,mci-r err l during the
Regular Session :.4 ihe ir i'.s Councl, the same.
ajy 1 ,i rl" P M., 17282 NW Angle Street.
El1.unt;.-'.,i Florida 32424.
S' awe i .r,:..i.'-j eight (8) copies of all proposal
iI.rmiirittn In addition .to the original
I-, ..:.-,.I ,. ir.at each City.Council member
.iil l ti \,.-,rriey can simultaneously review:
i1 L.I.J t-..Itif -.:,ened.
"l," C' iL', i:.,uncil reseriv the right to reject
atv cr all bids deemed In the best Interest of
ilfl i. -

BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
SFROM: Jimmy W. Hand. City
S. Manager/Engineer
P July 20.
rf '. ,: .. ... July 27


INVITATION TO BID
Bids will be received by the Calhoun County
School Board. 20859 Central Avenue E. Room
0-20. Blountstown. Florida. 32424 until 2:00
p.m. Central Time. July 28. 2005. Bids will be
publicly opened, and read aloud on August 1.
2005. at 5:05 p.m. at their special meeting:
NEW WEIGHT ROOM AND 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'lhspection In the office of the'
Architect. 2910 Caledonia Street, Marianna,
Florida.
Drawings and peC.:fical'l:uno min, be obtained
from the office c' he- Archit'.: Post Office
Box 861. 2910 CiCalednii Sircel M:.rl:nrna,
Florida 32446.' 'C:nrri .. i ii.r -n.., .:.btrii '-.e (1)
,set of'documents upon $40.00 deposit, which
will be rrf'un' :J ..n i. i. :r:.. ;,'-u'lllin i .
bona Hfde bid arn. r-rurnir.d i .d d.. urT.-i ,
prepaid, In g.oo..J n.Jlil.n r i hli i r11-'
days after r e.:eipr :.i blii. '.:,i r ,:r :
requiring more than one set may purchase a,
full set of documents for $30.00 per set,.
NON-REFUNDABLE.
Bidding documents will be sent UPS. collect.
unless otherwise specified.:- : '
Each bid mustabe accompanied by a bid
bond, a c-rille." or cashier's check, made
payable to r-i t .illoun Coutty School Board,
Blountstown. Florida ,in the sum of 5% of the
base bid as a guarantee and with an.
agreement .that -the L e.ldi,- iii'..:,r -. .l:e or
cancel his bid '::., ,rl .- di I',.-m the
competition fdri a ri".-.- .i illrt., 1.3i days
after the opening of bids, and that in the event
the contract Is awarded to the bidder, he will
within ten (10) consecutive days after It is
submitted, enter intb 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 il be required of the
Successful bidder Thi cost of the bond will be
lr,,l1'.] .d pa, ir., .fthe bidder's bid-proposal.
C Ctil-i. IJ h,: offered 'as ',bid. guarantees
mut have Florida Docum'entary Stamps
attached.-
The' Owner reserves the right to- waive
Informalities In any bid, and to ir-i: .iv or,
all bids. 6r to' 'accept' ., '' .1 i,nd any
combination of alternates or separate :.1.1
prices that, in their judgment,. i'ill bI t,-i thI"
best interest of Calhbun C(.-unr. .:.:,:I .r .:.iar
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
BY: M.- Mar, Slie ie. .-. S.upF.iri.ftendr,(
C illi.:., r, ,- n .. :..:l E.:.ijar1
Bl.:u-l ri.tt:, n Fi.:.idF
S... .:, .July 2.0, -.7 2 :.5




PUBLIC AUCTION
Mallory Towing and Recovery will hold a,
public auction on Julv 2_ 2005 at 2:00 p.m.
(CT) on. .
1989 Chevy, Black in Color
Vin# 1GCNCT18Z4K0i12551
Auction will be held at Mallor) T.:_. in,: ,d
Ree..-er,. ir.:. at 18329 North Mln kore.
Hi, I ri i.:.-ir in Blountstown.
rlM ji.,r- T.:,.,in_. and F.:i.,j r, refmer.- i h.he
rigni. l, r:jev :l n., jn.3 all tlii
Jul, 02i ':*'C.5
* ,G ,.. NO ICuf, .
.'a


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Belts Land
.Comiany, ihe h,lde. u tlhe I:-l..i.-In
certificate has iled _.Jd cerl. icrai, for, 3 '.
deed to L, it.,sed Ihrre.on The ,cerif..i
number na '.r 1.i i., u~rn.-., Ire tde~ rr.pt.iun
of the property, and the names in which it was
as:'i,dJ re as follows:. -
i.erul,..:,e ic. 500 eiar ,i-l ,anc 2002 '
O E LCF.IIF'1Ori jF FROFEr:i -. ;l:.'ir l .he
S '.:,rner .:1 i L. 2 .:' tiE i 4 .1i N'. I 4 :
5.:.i.:.n 3 T.:..nihip 2 li.:rih Ra.ri e ll West;
Lhen rJriLr, 2;) fIel I.:,r F'306 irene West 100.
feet, thence rj.:.ri.n 4'' i- rin ric- East 100.
F c ,i -,il-:ri':- :.'.iri, 4:1 1i.i i.: FI:'i- The above.
c-'i:,cc.e I also.lnown as Lot 26, Block P-7.
In an unrecorded ,plast in Calhoun County,-
'Florida.;
rJ .i.E I \.'HIICv H .ii. EL E. 'F Tre:.r:.e P rnd
i.:..rirAl e,5 er Pu -, 1 41i25 T.ipeki. K:5-
66604
5.lJ 'f.-.F':rf t.-ri Lh'.- Cor0il ., ,:' C:L-HC'u'UN
STATE- N FLO'-rA murd:ii iuch cerilralOe
riN!l be redce ce e im':i:ac:.irJnL i lai i Il,
p ropF r-, d e cr _rri -e ir -_u c h c ,r illc aiel e ->iall -.e
' SOLtC i.:' Ire hi- ,"-i t.l,.ji er ji iJ-l c (i:.. rirrr:,.u:-
,.:. :n e i di uil 5eptefl' er 2, ':'i l
1' i (1j o o, M CST..
li.'Tn A' iNTT.'.'A'
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S CiALl-UrN COl.,tri FLO. _DA
/ .lul, 2: 27 u-' .3 !0 -'1:1'.1




NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF N"RSlmG
IN RE:'The license to practice nursing
Evelyn Smith.Carter. C.N.A.
20790 Clark Ave
Blounlstown. Florida 32424


CASE NO. 2003 07204. 2003 07213
2002-27489 & 2002-27490
LICENSE NO.: 9..""'.889
The Department of Health has filed an
Adiirini r < *i, .s m lan a ai.F i ,.ou, a copy,
oI ,hin( nma, aDe .Ilined Ib., c ,nil a:Lun
Mi nlcie .i R,an A il ''i l Ceir.:r3i Ci .lii el
FI': cl,?l, -.."r Sef l re' ,uriL 4,:.15 E Id C p e.i .'-'
ra, Bir, ur'z- Tain ,-ee Fl.:,rd '
?" 9?.?"-65 fPSO1 414.12 ..6. .
II nr:.:in ,:.c c had bten m.irLdd b, ,.:'u .:n rrdri
LF h a b >: t O ', ,'-, i iu--I. 1 > 3 -' -,' ie i.TI i Ch A 'l
the Adni1 li',raL.JVe .hptnll nir r1ll 1 .:
preenrl' d i ,ari,-r .jin ,'n etiin .:.f f the B..ard
,.:, rJac'.rri r In n ir.r I r o, cl p cr,:,Le>'Jir' "
Ind 'accordance trn the .,nieri, n- wilh
disabilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation tI.: priil-ipji ein this
, 1,-,:,,:eeJir]L' -no1,l .3 Lonr ',.:i ir ; ir,,.l.l d, ,l ,:.r
ae :-crn : enin erL thI niOLI(e n ,: Iler .aliin e.ern
J pilr h:.- 'he pro.:e ,:dirin aL. Ulfe ,a-ar:-::
i' el I-.. r e r,.. ,: T- ps l
:J 1 4 L150 i77p1Y D I o" r T : r
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,i Jll i.. 2,. 6 A',4 3 ': ". '-




IN THE CIRCUII COURT OF THE
.FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND'
FOR CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA..
CASE NO. 05-214CA
DELYNDA LEE JOHNSON and
-EL'LJ ,-I ':.\F, CO.,, ;". ^

vs-
., i a .' '


KARI KORHNAK, if alive, and if dead. and/or
S:'IRCITIA At.1 T i~,.i unk,,.:,' r. F l-=.:. -i
iai, he i ' I-' -e irrAr :e ,'1-i 1.:"": j 11
:..her parjil ii.lhTir by through, under or
against Kari Korhnak rind 'irii,'ia M.:.at, and
all other parties claimirng r., Inr-..ui, under
or against them and all u unknown natural
persons if alive; and if dead or notknowh to be
'dead.or alive6helr several and respective
unknown spouse. heirs, devisees, rantees and
; credlii.,: or :ilai- r F. rii, .:l.ie lll ll, I '. ihr,,,J lit


or under those unknown natural persons: and,
the several and respective unknown assigns,
successors in interest, trustees, or other
person claiming by, through, under or against
any corporation or other legal entity named as
a Defendant; and all claimants, persons or
parties, natural or corporate, or whose exact
legal status is unknown, claiming under any of
the above named or described defendants or
parties or claiming to have any right, title or
Interest in and to the lands hereafter
described,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KARl KORHNAK, if alive, and if dead,
and/or VIRGINIA MOAT. their unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors
and all other parties claiming by through.
under or against Kari Korhnak and Virginia
.Moat, and all other parties claiming by,
through. under or against them and all
unknown natural persons if alive, and if dead
or not known to be dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown spouse; heirs.
devisees, grantees and creditors or othei
parties claiming by, through or under those
unknown natural persons: and, the several and
respective unknown assigns, successors in
interest, trustees, or other person claiming by,
through, under or against any corporation or
other legal entity named as a Defendant; and
all claimants, -persons or parties, natural or
corporate, or whose exact legal status -is
unknown, claiming under any of the above
named or described defendants or parties or
claiming to have any right, title or interest in
and to the lands hereafter described.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
,Complaint for Reformation, Correct Deed and
Quiet Title has been filed in the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit in Calhoun County, Florida, for
the following described property:
Commence at the NW Corner of the SE 1/4 of
the SW 1/4 of Section 30, Township 1 North,
Range 9 West; thence run East 210 feet;
thence run south 1180 feet for the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence run East 175 feet,
thence run south 100 feet; thence run West
175 feet; thence run North 100 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
ALSO:
Commencing at the NW corner of the SE 1/4
of the' SW 1/4of Section 30 Iownshlp I
North, Range 9 West: and thence run East
210 feet, thence run South 1080 feet for the
Point of Beginning; thence run East'175 feet,
thence run South 00 feet thence run West
175 feet, thence run North 100 feet to'the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
and you required te serve a-copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on H. Guy Green,.
Plaintiffs' AtLorney, whose .address is 4387

.


Class of '55 held reunion


The Class of 1955 of Altha
High School held their 50th
reunion on Saturday, June 25,
2005. Pictured above are the
classmates who attended the
reunion, left to right, back row:
Roy Wood, William Earl Sewell,
Doyle Watison. Jackie Bodiford
Wise, Virginia Guy Williams, Jean
Clemmons Dennis, Mary Lou
O'Bryan Dudlev. Glenda
Southard Bowden, Shirley
Peacock Duce, Elvia Pumphrey
Pittman, C.B. "Buck" Musgrove;
Clairence \'hilficld .and Bill,
Peacock; front row, left to right:
Mrs. Gerr M Ntilrlin Ite'chier. lMrs.
SM\rl Rackley (teacher, Lorene
Williams Smith, Sylna \\illfolrd
Veal, Sara .TJenisoin Edenfilld.
Alene Ray \\hitlelead and Mrs.
Rachele Pc icoc-k I'.tacher'l.
'Becinlnllin r the icLITIOn lesti-'1-
ties, the group met at the Altha
lU-h Schulol- tLurL-d the school,
catiplus- .;in1d then l tL he W.T. Neal
C i\(: Cenierl iri BILtltrI .to\.lT1i for
dinner and' reminiscint (i their
school years. and the past 50.


years since graduation. Bill
Peacock, serving as/master of cer-
emonies. spoke of some fond
memories of the group through
their school Vears and of the fol-
lowing classmate, who have
passed -away' inc e graduation:
Jimmie Carroll Me'sser. Donald
Harold Shields. ,James (Jim)
Stephens, Jerrnian. Joyce
Branton, McDonald and Hazel
Naomi Mathis; Perdue. One of the
highlights of the e\enii-ig was the
attendance of. three very special,
people. former teachers: Rachel'
Peacock (arid- her huLsband.
Dreir); Gerry Martin and Myrl
Rackley.
C classmates. spouses, teachers
and special guests attending and
enjoying the reunion were: Roy:
and Annette Wood, William Earl
and. Aigelina Sewell; Bill and
Chris Peacock, Rachel'and Drew
Peacock, Gerry M1artin and MI\ri
Rackley. Alerie and .Johinn
\\nitehead. all of Altha'; A.J and
Jackie Wise, Laddie and Virginia
Williams. Mar Lou Dudley, all of


Blountstown; Jean Dennis,
Blakely, Ga; Don and Glenda
Bowden, Grand Ridge, Fl; Lorene
Smith, Chipley, Fl; Bob and
Sylvia Veal, Bay Minette, Al; Sara
Edenfield, Tallahassee; Shirley
Duce, Gainesville, Fl; Elvia
Pittman, Marianna, Fl; C.B.
Musgrove, Panama City, Fl;
Clarence Whitfield, Pace, Fl;
Dole and Punkie Watson,
Palatka, Fl.
The reunion party was a huge
success and would not have been
possible without the following
who worked hard and the class
gives special thanks to the follow-
ing who helped with the decora-
tions, memory books, food and
music: Charlene Yon, Robin
Baigett. Michele Young, Maria
McLendon. Mike Baggett and
Russell Baggett.;





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CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
REGULAR MEETING
JUNE 16, 2005, 5:00 P.M.
The Regular Meeting of the Calhoun
County School Board was called to order
by Chairman Tim Smith. The following
members were present: Tim Smith,
Doyle Daniels, Volena Barfield, Willie
Brown and Grant Williams.
Superintendent Mary Sue Neves,
Assistant Superintendent Greg Jones,
and Attorney David House were also
present.
The meeting was opened with prayer
by Willie Brown, followed by the Pledge
of Allegiance. A motion was made by
Willie Brown, seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to adopt the agenda with the
following changes: Deletion of 10B, 12L,
12P-to be covered under 26B, moved
the Expulsion to the end of the agenda,
Additions-12Q, number 22-moved to
Projects, Plans and Agreements,
Emergency Items-Add 25 and 26, Add
27-Date of School Board Meeting
-move from July 12 to July 11, and 28.
Announcements and-Comments. There
were no presentations made..
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Grant Williams and
carried to approve the May 10 and May
23, 2005 minutes.
A motion was made by Doyle Daniels,
seconded by Grant Williams and carried
to approve the financial reports as fol-
lows:
a. Vouchers Payable, Appropriations,
Expenditures Ledger & Budget
Amendments
b. Monthly Financial Reports for the
Month of May 2005
c. Leave Requests
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Willie Brown and
carriedto approve the personnel recom-
mendations as follows:
ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL'
Arthur Faurot-Recommendation for
Summer Boys Baseball-maximum of 20
games @ 30.00. per game
Linda Watson-Retirement from
teaching effective June 1, 2005. Her last
day at work will be May 26, 2005. She
requests to stay on the group life and
health insurance program 'offered by the
Calhoun County School Board.
Lena Smithl-Request to be allowed
to take a six-week maternity leave during
the 2005-2006 school year. Her due date
is August 7. 2005 She is the Speech-
Language Pathologist at Carr and Altha
Schools.
Theima Sellers-Recommendation to
hire ner as Pre-K Paraprofessional I
Toni Maxwell-Recommendation to
hire heras Pre-K Paraprofessional II
CARR SCHOOL
Sharon Marshall-Retirement as
TeacherAide effective June 1, 2005. Her
last day at worK will be May 20; 2005:
She requests to stay on the group life and
health insurance program offered by the
Calhoun County School Board.
Linda O'Bryan-Request she work a
troal of six '6) days ihis summer. She will
be completing and Iransferring records to
me high schools, preparing student
records for the fall, and getting report
cards and test scores ready to be picked
.up or mailed.
BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
Kim Prueti-Resignation as Library
Aide effective May 20, 2005
BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
Anthony Beauchamp-Resignalton
-as teacher effective May 26, 2005
Kenny Moore-Resignation as custo-
dian effective April 22, 2005 -
S Cindy Kirkpatrick and Gwen
Barwick-Request to hire to teach FCAT
Reading and Math from 8:00 a.m. to
12:00 noon each day starting May 31,
2005--June 20, 2005. ..
Reading- May 31-June 2
Ms. C. Kirkpatrick. Room #22
Reading: June 6-7. Ms. C. Kirkpatrick
Room' #22
Math: June 13-16, Mrs..G. Barwick
Room #29 .
Reading: June 20; Ms. C. Kirkpatrick
Room #22
Jimmy Rogers-Recommendation for
summer supplement as boys summer
basketball coach 120 games @ $30.00
per game
'Susan Rash-Recommendation for
summer supplement as girls summer vol-


leyball coach (20 games) and girls sum-
mer softball coach (20 games) @ $30.00
per game
Keith Summers-Recommendation
for employment at Blountstown High
School for period of May 31, 2005-June
9, 2005.
Keith Owings-Recommendation for
employment at Blountstown High School
for July 25-29, 2005. He will be conduct-
ing band camp.
Gwen Barwick-Recommendation as
Guidance Counselor for the 2005-2006
School Year
James Ronald Mears-
Recommendation as Agriculture Teacher
for the 2005-2006 School Year
BLOUNTSTOWN ELEMENTARY
Requesting one new teaching posi-
tion for the 2005-2006 school year. The
position will be in Second Grade. See
attached memo for projected enrollment
for 2005-2006 school year.
Deletion-(Does not need Board
Approval, Must meet qualifications.)
Mary T. Reid and Alicia Goodman-
Recommendation that they receive the
performance ,based pay ,supplement.
They have met the requirements of the
Calhoun County School District
Performance Appraisal Incentive Plan for
2004-2005.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS OFFICE
Shelton Kane Harrell-Request to be
employed as a summer hourly clerical
staff member at the Special Programs
Office for the period of June 1,-2005
through August 12, 2005. His duties and.
responsibilities would be to assist the
Directors as needed.
Requesting to hire two.(2) part-time
employees to help with Ine cumulative
folders
Ruth Barth and Treva McCroan-
Requesting that stipends be paid to the
Carr Elementary/Middle School teachers
for working on School Improvement
Plans for 2005-2006. The working days
include June 27-28 and July 19-20. 2005.
Reimbursement should be taken out of
General Funds.
Janice Williams-Request to be
employed as a Speech/Language
Therapist by the Calhoun County School
District as opposed to working on a con-
tractual basis. We employed her on a
contractual basis for the 2004-2005
school year.
Maacha Burkes-Recommendation
for her to continue as a full-time
Behavioral Paraprofessional from June
15th through July 13th. She will be work-
ing with Caleab Kelley who will be attend-
Sing ESY at BHS at that time. Also rec-
ommend that we continue with our con-
'tractual "Multi Services" through Jim
McKusker for the Behavioral
Paraprofessional only.
Sherry Miles-Recommendation that
she begin working with ESE students on
June 1, 2005 during summer reading
camp as opposed to beginning June 15.
Please pay her accordingly based on the
pan-time paraprofessional salary.
Delano Reed and Tracy Basford-
Recommendation that they assist Sandra
While in the Blounistown High School
Trainable Program. Program will be from
8:00 AM until 2-00 PM. Monday through
Thursday from June 15th until July 13.
Please pay Sandra White based on the
part-time teacher salary schedule.
Delano Reed., and Tracy Basford's
salaries should be based on the part-time
paraprofessional salary schedule.
Request hiring two (2) additional
teacherss for the Summer Reading Camp
for 6th Grade to be held June 1 -July 13,
at Blountstown Middle School. Requests
ior the following teachers to be hired:
Melissa O'Bryan-Sub for June 1-2
Chevon Johns- Teacher for June
6-July 13. 2005
Teacher prep days-May 27 & July 14
.Gwen Barwick, Cindy Kirkpatrick and
Loraine McClellan-Requests to hire as
FCAT Test Administrators for Summer
Retakes. They would be paid an hourly
.rate from the pan-time teacher salary
schedule.
Brenda Stoitzlus-Requests to be
employed as Ailnna Williams
hospital/homebound teacher while.
Alanna .recovers from a. broken leg.
Services will begin on February 1.0,2005
i and should last for approximately one
month. Ms. Stoltzfus will see Alanna for
four hours'per week and should be
allowed one hour per week for planning


and preparation. Ms. Stoltzfus should
also be reimbursed for mileage.
Pam Bozeman-Requests for her to
work on a day to day basis as needed for
the summer of 2005. She will be prepar-
ing the Pro-lunch computers in each of
the schools for the 2005-2006 school
year. She will also be training Diana
Alday and Jenny Hill on the Pro-lunch
software. She will be paid from the part-
time teachers salary schedule.
Linda Yon-Monitor/Bus Driver on
Annette Young's route. Will be paid at
her regular daily rate of pay.
DISTRICT
Ronnie Hand- Lateral transfer to
SPrincipal of Altha School for the 2005-
2006 School Year.
Keith Summers-Hire as Principal of
Blountstown High School for the 2005-
2006 School. Year. Also, recommenda-
tion that Mr. Summers be hired at the
daily rate of pay for Principal of
Blountstown High School for the period of
June 20 through June 30, 2005.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Doyle Daniels and
carried to approve the Terminal Pay-
Final Policy Hearing.
A motion was made by Doyle Daniels,
seconded by Willie Brown'and carried to
approve that the School Board pay for.
.one bus driver physical.a year. These
physical would be done at the Health
Department or Dr. Todd McClellan's
office. The cost for these physical at the
present time is $30.00.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Willie Brown and
carried to approve the Projects, Plans
and Agreements as follows:
a. Calhoun County Schools and
SFederal Prison Industries, Inc. (DBA UNI-
COR)
b. Service Agreement with FSU
c. Title I Grant


d: Evenstart Grant
e. Contract With Amelia
Buchanan as Grant Writer for the Even
Start Grant ,
f. CARE Contract-Chemical
Addiction Recovery Effort
g. Travel Contract Agreement for
Students
h. Student Code of Conduct
I. Parent Guide
j. Employee Handbook
k. Speech Contract from Innovative
Services
SOmitting I. Supplemental
Educational Services (SES) Plan
m. Safe and Drug Free Schools-Title
IV Entitlement Project'
n. Carl Perkins Grants
o. District Reading Plan
Omitting p Purchase of Reading
.Program for ESE Students
Addition- : q. Adult School
Geographical Grant
A motion was made by Doyle Daniels,
seconded by Willie Brown and carried to
approve the Speech'Therapy Agreement
for 4 additional days for Janice Williams.
from May 20, 2005 to May 26, 2005.
Sealed bids were received for Milk,
Ice Cream and Bread for use in school
cafeterias as follows:
BREAD: HB Buns-Pkg. 8
INTERSTATE NO BID
FLOWERS 1.42
SARA LEE NO BID
BREAD: HB Buns-Pkg. 12
INTERSTATE NO BID
FLOWERS 1.56
SARA LEE'- NO BID '
BREAD: HB Buns-Bulk 30 ct.
INTERSTATE -NO BID
FLOWERS 3.05
SARA LEE NO BID


See MINUTES, Page 14'


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Science Teacher

* Terms of Employment: 10 months/37.5 hours per week
* Salary: Commensurate with' Current Salary/Schedule and .
experience
* Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate State of Florida
Certification
* Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by July 25, 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.

SDRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
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Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Middle School Language Arts/Reading
S:, 2005-2006 School year

* Terms of Employment: 10 months.

* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule

* Applicant Qualifications: Florida Certificate in Middle School
Language Arts with Reading Endorsement, or working towards
June 2006 completion.
* Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent of
Schools located in the Courthouse or at Blountstown Middle
School. Completed applications should be returned to the
School Board office by 12:00 noon,.July 25, 2005.

* A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Blountstown Middle School or the School Board Office.

* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to
Mrs. Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Mike Johnson,
Principal.

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

DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
S ,. July 20, 2005


The County Record, JULY20, 2005, Page 11


Employment opportunities are offered without regard
national origin, handicap, age, or marital status.


DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
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Calhoun County School Board


JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Educational Para Professional/
Bus Monitor

Terms of Employment: 10 months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
Experience
Applicant Qualifications: AA Degree
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 25, 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 without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.

DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
July 2 2005


Calhoun County School Board,

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Curriculum Coordinator/General Support
Blountstown Elementary School

Terms of Employment: 10 months

Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule,
Experience, and Skill Level
*Applicant Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or higher from an
accredited university and a valid Florida Teaching Certificate.
Certification in Educational Administration, Education
Leadership or School Principal preferred.
A minimum of three years teaching experience.
Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by Monday, July 25,12:00
noon.
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Blountstown Elementary School or the School Board Office
Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mrs. Vicki Davis, Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.

DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
July 20, 2005


School Board Minutes


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Elementary Teacher

* Terms of Employment: 10 months, 37.5 hours per week
* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
Experience
* Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate State of Florida
Certification
* Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by Monday, July 25, 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 maybe directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Ronnie Hand, Principal.'
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.

DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
July 20, 2005



Calhoun County School Board


JOB OPPORTUNITY I

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

SOffice Clerical I/Guidance
SAltha Public School and Blountstown High School

Terms of Employment: 10 Months/7.5 hours a day,

Salary: Coimmensurate with Salary Schedule and Experience

Applicant Oualifications: High School Diploma or GED
SPossess Ihe necessary skills to operate business
S.machines, computers, etc. as well as the ability to
work cooperatively with both students and adults.

Applications are available at the office of the superintendent located .in the
Courthouse. Completed applications may be returned to the School Board,'
.Office by Tuesday. July 26, 2005, 12:00 Noon. .

A copy, of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at the"
Superintendent's.Office. -

Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs. Mary Sue'.
Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Ronnie Hand, Principal at Altha Public School or
Keith Summers, Principal at Blountsrown High School.


Calhoun County School Board


JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

OFFICE CLERICAL 1/BUS SHOP

* Terms of Employment: 12 months/4 hours aday
* Salary: Commensurate with Salary Schedule and Experience
SApplicant Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED
Certified School Bus Driver
Possess the necessary skills to
operate business machines.
computers, etc. as well as the ability'
to work cooperatively with others.
*Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
'returned to the School Board office by Monday, July 25, 2005,
12:00 Noon.
* A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at
the Superintendent's Office.
* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or David Pitts, Coordinator of
Transportation.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.

SDRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer .
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HELP WANTED


DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!
No experience required. CDL Training is
how available in your area., Covenant
Transport has immediate openings for.
entry-level semi drivers. Our avg Drivers
earn more than $36K first year., OTR
Regional runs get you home weekly. Train
for top pay call Today 1-866-280-5309.
** ** ** ** ** *

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.
*** *. * *

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
The Printing House, inc., one of the largest
publication printers in the southeast, has a
great career opportunity for ah individual
with 2 to 4 years Human Resources
management experience. The HR.
manager will administer all HR functions
for the Quincy, FL facility including
recruiting, benefits, workers comp,
assistance with plant safety programs and
compliance, training, employee recognition
programs and general HR duties. Prior
HR experience in a manufacturing
environment and the ability to handle
multiple priorities is preferred. We provide
competitive wages and great benefits.
Send resume and salary requirements to
recruiter(theprintinghouse.com or fax to
850-875-4421. EOE/DFWP.


Busy Dental Office, needs Hygienists
oart-lime, good salary and benefits. Must
be Dependable. Please call Dr. Cobb at
674-4124 or send your resume to 17338 N.
Main St., Blountstown, FL 32424.



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

Please Apply at:
Waste Recyclers.
15888 SW Silas Green Road
Blounistown. FL

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at

800-847-6422


WANTED


Acreage wanted, 300+1 acres of.
larm'pasiure land Call Jobie Barfield ait
639-3600


Looking for a house to rent o own in
Blounisiown, Aliha or Clarksville area
Call 850-718-7527 and leave a message
S ****,************

BOATS & MOTORS


16' 2000 model G3 boat with 40 HP
Yamaha stainless sieel prop, stick steering.
.fish finder live well, bilge pump, VHF
radio, with trailer, $4900. Call 674-4915.
*'***.*** * ':

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FREEI Home Bible Correspondent
Course. non-denominational. Send your
request lo HBCC, P.O.- Box 88,
Blounisiown, FL 32424.
'.****,**'********** :.

LIVESTOCK


Futon couch, $50; baby cradle, $40.
Call 67--2069
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Legal count.

Clinton Street. Marianna: Florida.32446, on or
before August 26, 2005; and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs' attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a defaui ,ill bt: enli,,i '
against, you for the relief dr.l ri, -.:o:l i -n 1..
petition..
WITNESS my hand the, seal of this Cotirt on
the_ day of June. 2005.
RuihW. Atwater. Clerk
Clerk of the Circuit Court
July 2i, '., 3 I 0



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CARS & TRUCKS FOR SALE


Chrysler Concorde, 1994, 36,000 miles
on new motor, still under warranty, $3,500.
Call 674-5270.
*-* **.**********,
1984 CamaroZ28, good condition, 5.0
liter, 305 with 4 speed transmission. Call
674-4313 or 643-8064.
****************
1981 Blazer, 4WD, engine runs great,
needs Iransmission work, 67,000 miles,
$1800 OBO Call 674-7854.


2001 Ford Expedition (Eddie Bauer),
68,000 miles; excellent condition (loaded),
1 owner, $15,500. Call days, 674-3601 or
nighis. 674-1'895.
** ****** ** **

2003 Ford Expedition, Eddie Bauer,
5.4L engine, leather, DVD. new Iires and
much more. Excellent condition. 75,000
highway miles. $19,500. Call 674-4085
after 5 p.m.
***.*. **** .* ....**.

1997 Geo Prizm, runs great, great gas
mileage,, body needs a bumper, asking
$500. OBO. Call 674-9129 or 643-1886.


2000 Mercury Marquis LS, leather,
ultimate pkg., 51,600 miles. $8,500. Call
674-8827.
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SERVICES


LAWN CARE SERVICE
Calhoun, Jackson & Liberty Counties
Reasonable Rates ;
Dependable, Reasonable, Courteous,
Licensed & Insured Call 762-2520 or
email
wwwbusymowing.com
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MEETING IN CALHOUN COUNTY.
CALL FOR TIMES AND LOCATIONS
762-2520.
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STUMP GRINDING
Reasonable Rates
SFree Estimates
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1, & 3 Bedroom
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16978NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDDITTY 711
Equal Housing OpportunI/p


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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 Bylerat 674-8227.
********** ** *.*


FOR RENT


For rent 2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished,
no.pets. 674-4011.
* * * *.*
RV trailers for rent, $75 $80 week,
most utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers when
available. 'Call 674-4011..
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MATTRESS SET New full set with I
factory warranty, $99,call 850-222-7783. REALESTATE


"****** .******I'

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 .iii. $125
850-545-7112.-
S** ** ** *********

NEW Brand Name King F.laltress Set.
$250, irn factory plastic, warranty
850-425-8374.
******* ********
NEW BEDROOM SET: Beaurilul cherry
Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King sleigh
bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 nignlslands
Sug. lisi. 1600 sell $1650. 850-545-7112.


New leather sola and loveseat $750,
candeliver 850-222-2113
******** *'********,

CHERRY SLEIGH BED- $250 Brand
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879.
********** *** '
6 pc. full/queen oDeroom sei New in
boxes, sacrifice $550 850-222-7783.


Queen mattress set, double pillow top
New in plastic wilh warranly. $150

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


Handguns and Longuns: Glock model
19 9mm, $400: Colt King Cobra, .35; sis 6
BBL, $450: Berena Tomcat 32ACP, $225;
Para Ordnance P14.45, $600: Ruger Mmin
14, 223, $500; RugerMini 14, 223., $250;
High Point 9mm rifle. $225: EA CO AR-15
rifle, $750, Mossberg 590 12 ga sholgun
(3" chamber), $400, High Slandard Police
Shotgun 12 ga., $225: SKS Russian Type
45 Carbine 7 62X45. $350, SKS Russian
Type 45 Caroine 7.62X4-15, $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
** ****************
Horse trailer, 1977 WW 3 horse trailer,
bumper pull. rubber mat in floor, fronttack
room, 3 saddle racks, bridle hooks, shelves
in corner ol lack room, good tires and
brakes, $3,250 OBO. Call 762-3534.
S*k*** '" **'****"
Baby Items: crib, bassinet, changing
table and walker, All for $150. ,Call .
674-3786;.
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27" TV with remote, $100. Call
674-4915.
*** ************,
Hotpoint range with digital control oven
setting. $200; Kenmore built in dishwasher,
$200; queen size waterbed with new
'mattress liner and heater, bookshelf
headboard and 2 matching night stands,
$100. Call 762-3908.


2003 Honda CRF-80 dirt Dike. garage
kept, ridden less than 30 hours, like new,
$1,650. Call 6744085 after 5 p..:
********** ****
21' 2002 Trail-Lite by R-Vision camper,
enclosed, Chassis Undercarriage Call
after 6 p.m. 674-4233.
.***** ****** ***
(2) 10" SPL speakers, includes speaker
box, SPL 520 watt amp, and wiring, all in
good condition, asking $200. Call 643-6741
and leave a message.
***************
:Commercial walk behind mower, 14
HP Kawasaki motor, low hours. Call
674-3571. "
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Twin bed with frame, $50. 'Call
674-4915.
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90 x 120 lot.fo sale. at 20060 Marie Ave.,
Blountstown. Cleared lor building. Call
674-5093.

MOBILE HOMES


Mobile home for sale, 2003. 1600 sq. h.,
,3: odr., 2 bath, appliances in kitchen
included, on 2 46 acres in Clarksville area.
$90,000. Call 674-149. .


AUCTIONS


AUCTION
Sat., July 30th, 8:00 a.m.
Chipley, FL
Selling surplus Washington County School
Board and Washingion Holmes Technical
Center
Location: Truck Driver Training Center -
From Hwy. 77 N turn west on old Bonifay
Road, tum left on Rustin Drive to sale site.
Watch for signs.
20+ school buses (Diesel & Gas);
'3, Tractor Trucks
4- Van Trailers
Several vehicles
Several tires. rims and misc. Items
Mason Auction & Sales LLC t-642
Campbellion, FL
850-263-0473 office
850-258- 7652, Chad
850-8-9-6391, Todd
850-8-19-0792, Geralu
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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 '


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The County Record, JULY 20, 2005, Page 13"


Minutes cont'd-


BREAD: Wiener Buns-Pkg 8
INTERSTATE NO BID
FLOWERS 1.42
SARA LEE NO BID
BREAD: Wiener Buns Pkg 16
INTERSTATE NO BID
FLOWERS 1.95
SARA LEE NO BID
BREAD: Sandwich Loaf 24 oz
INTERSTATE NO BID
FLOWERS 1.56
SARA LEE NO BID
BREAD: Split Buns Pkg 24
INTERSTATE NO BID
FLOWERS 3.75
SARA LEE NO BID
ICE CREAM: Ice Cream Cups 3 oz
WALDORFF DAIRY 2.24/doz
BLUE BELL 2.34/doz.
ICE CREAM: Ice Milk Bars- 2 1.2 oz
WALDORFF DAIRY 2.64/doz
BLUE BELL 2.52/doz.
MILK: 1/2 pt. White Whole Milk
WALDORFF DAIRY .0966


PARTHENON
HEALTHCARE OF
BLOUNTSTOWN
invites you to join a
professional, caring,
and enthusiastic team

RN/LPN
$2000.00 Sign-on Bonus

CNA's
$2500.00 Sign-on Bonus
**New Pay Scale for CNA's"

3-11,11-7, and Baylor
positions available
Shift Differential

We are a SMILE certified'
facility. (Safe Minimal Lifting
Environment)

Contact Angela Hewett or
Jennifer Alday at
(850)674-5464
for more information
7/20/2005


Fluctuating; .0832, Fixed Unit Price
MILK: 1/2 pt. Lowfat Milk
WALDORFF DAIRY .0934
Fluctuating; .0864, Fixed Unit Price
MILK: 1/2 pt. Chocolate Milk
WALDORFF DAIRY .0966
Fluctuating; .0832, Fixed Unit Price
A motion was made by Doyle Daniels,
seconded by Volena Barfield and carried
to accept the lowest and best bids as
reviewed by Diana Alday.
Sealed bids were received for LP Gas
as follows:
Adams LP Gas, Blountstown, FL -
.8550 per gallon-market price, .25 per
gallon-vendor markup
Amerigas, Blountstown, FL -
.92417 per gallon-market price, .175
per gallon-vendor markup
Eubanks, Blountstown, FL -
.8975 per gallon-market price, .20 per
gallon-vendor markup
Sealed bids were received for Gas &
Diesel Fuel as follows:
Eubanks Oil Co., Blountstown, FL
Gasoline 87 Octane. 1.469/gal.,
.065/gal. Markup
Gasoline 93 Octane 1.597/gal:,
.065/gal. Markup
Diesel 1.557/gal., .065/gal. Markup
Mansfield-No Bid
A motion was made by Doyle Daniels,
seconded by Willie Brown and carried to
accept the lowest and best bid as
reviewed by Assistant Superintendent
Greg Jones and staff.
A motion was made oy Doyle Daniels,
seconded by Volena Barfield and carried
to accept the bid from True Craft con-
struction, Inc. in the amount of
$43,400.00 with the reduction cost of
51,0.000 00 which ieh the ending tolal of
$33,400.00 Ior their bid on the
Blountstown High School Covered
Walkway in exchange of the School
Board being responsible for, the demo
required on this job.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Willie Brown and
carried to approve the Forms Control
Committee Report.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Volena Barfield
and carried to approve the Lease
Agreement for the Hayes House for the
period of 12 months 12) from the first
day of July. 2005 to the thirtieth day o4
June. 2006.
A motion was made by Willie Brown,
seconded by Doyle Daniels and carried
to approve the Deletion of Property
lvento/r. .
A motion was made. by Volena


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Information Services Coordinator

West Florida Electric Cooperative, an electric utility located in
S Graceville, Florida, is seeking candidates fb'r the position of
Information Services Coordinator. This position will assist in
S supporting and maintaining all computer hardware and software
systems. Qualified, candidates must have a two year degree in
S computer science or a related technical degree or certification and
preferably two years of experience. Salary commensurate with
experience.
Send resume to
West Florida Electric Cooperative
Personnel Department
P.O. Box 127. Graceville, Florida 32440
Sby August 1,2005
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE & EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
7/20/05


HELP WANTED
"VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III F/C
POSITION #70032212
GULF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
S SALARY- $981.15 $1,526.91 BIWEEKLY

"The Florida Department of Corrections is accepting applicallons for a Vocational
Instructor III F'C at Gult Correclional Institution in Wewahitchka, Florida. Area
of instruction is heating and air conditioning: Prefer applicants with experience
Sin repair of heating, air ventilation, freezers, etc. This is not a classroom setting.
Requires working with inmate labor. This is a Career Service position with full
state benefits

SApplicants must possess a high school diploma or G.E.D., and, have at least
three years work experience in the trade field applying for.
Qualified applicants should submit a Stale of Florida employment application
with above position number no later than 11:59 PM EST on Tuesday, July 26.
2005 to Convergys, ATTN: People First, Staffing Administration, PO Box'44058,
Jacksonville, Florida 32231. Applicants, may, apply -on line at
H TPS:/ PEOPLEFIRST.MYFLORIDA.COM or call 1-877-562-7287.
The Department is an Equal Opportunity' Employer 'If you require .an
accommodation to participate in the applicationiselection process, please
contact the hiring authority or personnel office in advance, Certain veterans-and
spouses of veterans receive preference in employment by the state as provided
by Chapter 295, Florida Stalutes, and are encouraged to apply.

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Barfield, seconded by Doyle Daniels and
carried to approve the Free and Reduced
Price Policy Update for School Lunch &
Breakfast Program.
A motion was made by Willie Brown,
seconded by Grant Williams and carried
to approve the Internal Account Audit
Proposal.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Doyle Daniels ahd
carried to approve the donation of school
bus #60 to the Calhoun County
Correctional Institution.
A motion was made by Willie Brown,
seconded by Grant Williams and carried
to approve hiring Jerry Guilford as inde-
pendent contractor at $25.00/hr to over-
see the Blountstown High School
Concession Stand Project. Inmate labor
will be used.
A motion was made by Doyle Daniels;
seconded by Grant Williams and carried
to.approve the Dress Code for Calhoun
County Schools with the addition of a
statement suggested by Attorney David
House.
A motion was made by Doyle Daniels,
seconded by Volena Barfield and carried
to approve adding Attorney David
House's statement to the Employee
Handbook and Code of Conduct.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Willie Brown and
carried to approve Scholastic, Inc. and
MindPlay Development and Publishing
as Sole Source Providers as presented'
by Wynette Peacock.
A motion was made by' Grant
SWilliams, seconded by Doyle Daniels and
carried to approve moving the next
School Board Meeting date from July 12,'
2005 to July 11, 2005.
The audience was excused before
the Expulsion Hearing. Attorney David
House opened the Expulsion Hearing for
a student at Altha Public School. The
student and herparents were not present
at the hearing. A recommendation was
made by Mrs. Harriett Peacock, Principal
of Altha Public School, that the student
be expelled from attending Calhoun.
County Schools, as per the Student Code
of Conduct. for possession of a large
knife, in her book bag, on school campus.
Friday May 6. 2005. She additionally
expressed intent to do harm to other stu-
dents with said knife. A recommendation
for expulsion for one calendar year was
then made by Superintendent Mary Sue
Neves. Superintendent Neves also rec-
ommended that the student be placed in'
the Alternative CARE Program for one
calendar year. A motion was made by
Grant Williams, seconded by Doyle
Daniels and carried to approve the expul-,
sion.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Willy Brown.and
carried to adjourn.

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ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Oglesby Plants International, Inc., Altha, FL. is accepting
applications for the following positions. Apply at One Stop Career
Centers in Marianna or Blountstown. Applications may be completed
at Oglesby Plants International on Hwy. 71
or fax resume to (850)762-3559.
Nursery Associate Laboratory Technician/Maintenance/Shipping
Full time employment, weekly pay no night hours with stable year-
round work. Competitive wages and oeneiits available.
July 20,27, 2005


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The County Record, JULY 20, 2005, Page 14


Chris Farina (left), owner of Advanced Training Services (ATS) goes over plans for his company's Calhoun County facility with Extension
Director Logan Barbee, and ATS staff members, Tom Powell, Tony Deibler, and Carl Taylor. If all goes as planned, the company will soon begin
offering Special Forces training here. Farina and his staff met with Calhoun County's Planning Commission Tuesday afternoon to discuss the proj-
ect. ATS currently has an office open at the Calhoun County Airport Industrial Park on SR 71. North.


Training


Everyone is Invited to An

APPRECIATION


DINNER


Thursday, July 28, 2005

6:00 P.M.

W. T. Neal Civic Center ^.

In Honor of Elected Officials and
the State of Florida Legislature


Dinner and Entertainment
Will Be Provided
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" Powell says funding for the
:center is provided in part by the
.Department of Homeland
:Security, as well as various state
:and federal agencies.
- ATS was scheduled to meet
with the Calhoun County
Planning Commission Tuesday
afternoon. If all goes as planned,
they hope to have the training

Indian office open

Friday from 1-4
The Kunfuskee Indian
Ceremonial Grounds/Blounts-
town Indian Community Office
(Rm. 314 of the Calhoun County
Courthouse) will be open from 1-
4 p.m. on Fridays. This cutback
in hours is due to the recent
passing of Sallie Kever, who
staffed the daily for years. For
more information call 850-862-
2989 or 674-6262 or email, chic-
keetrash @yahoo.com.


center open by the first of
September.
"We're very happy with the
support we've gotten in Calhoun.
County," Farina notes. "People
have been ou-tslanldin."

Peddlers-
he stated. He suggested the city
look at seating up some type of
permitting process.
City Manager Jimmy Hand
advised there is currently no
occupational licensing in place.
Tomlinson suggested the city
require vendors to get a permit
that costs nothing, but prove
they are properly licensed by the
state and are paying sales tax.
The matter was tabled. Mayor
Winston Deason asked Chief
Glenn Kimbrel to make sure the
sidewalks around town are not
blocked by merchandise or ven-
dor equipment.


You were once my precious baby...
Now you're my handsome young man!
HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY, MARTELLI GATLIN!
S Love, Mom, Martin, Muffy, and Betsy


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Happy 7th Birthday,
Chi-Chil
Chosen Alexander-Makeon
'Chi-Chi" Roulhac will celebrate
his 7th birthday Thursday July 21,
-e is the son of Meagan Roulhac
and Alex Roulhac,. Maternal
grandparents are Kathy and
Sammy Johnson, Paternal grand-
pornt. are Henris and Greg
Ioutlhac, Chosen enjoys playing
baseball, football, soccer, golf
and basketball, drawing, and
playing with his brothers, Devan,
Carson, and Preston, He will cele-
brate his birthday with an "All-
Star" themed party Sunday July
24, at Sam Atkins Park at 3 pm.All
Of his "Yankee" and "Team Tiger"
teammates are Invited to attend,


Em il o r"e s


Taylor
Jammie Taylor is proud to
announce the birth of her son,
Steven "Gage" Taylor.
Gage was born February 2,
2005, at Bay Medical Center in
EPanama City. He weighed in at
7;1 pounds and was 22 and a
half inches in length.
His proud grandparents
include Steve and Lisa Taylor of
Altha, and Ralph and Deanna
Lawson of Marianna.


Letters
insurance has a deductible that
I must pay for repairs whether
its an animal or other objects
that damages my vehicle. What if
one of Ihese people or chlldn-n
goes into traffic and:dies, will the
licensed driver be charged with
vehicular homicide?
Why isn't our law enforce-
ment officers city, county and
FHP stopping this .in'c l.vy?
lMike Ballhs
674-1569
Altha, Fl 32421


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