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Title: The County record
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2005 0 98th Year, No. 47 M BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 U 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


TALKING' TRASH


Garbage


routes in


town will


change
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
City of Blountstown leaders
Shave been talking' trash lately and
decided to make some garbage
pickup schedule changes for res-
idential customers. Here's the
skinny:
Area #1 North o: SR 20 and
North and East of SR 71 w-ill
have a Tuesday pickup.
Area #2 South and West of
SR71 and North of SR 20 will
Shave garbage pickup on
Wednesday.
S Area #3 South of SR 20 and
West of South. Pear Street \\ill
have garbage service on
-Thursdays.
Area 44 South of SR 20 and
East of South Pear Street \\will be
on the Friday garbaLge route.
All commercial garbage routes
Swill remain the same.
S A map detailing the garbage
routes for residential customers
i in on page 2 of this issue of The
County Record.
-I you still have questions
after re\ie-ing the map. contact
the: Blountsto\ii City Hall at
674-5488 between the hours of 7
a.m. and 4 p.m. weekda-s.




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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Looking to expand your customer base? Say outside the
Calhoun County limits, or maybe the panhandle region. Ever


RICK MARCUM OF OPPORTUNITY FLORIDA discussed marketing local businesses
online atlhie Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce's monthly memt
shrp:meetihg held hrursdoy. He is seated (above) talking with Chamber
Assistant Jessie Ehricn and Kenn, Griffin of the One Stop Career Center.
K ;. ': : .-"* ** .


considered going after clients around the world? For many
businesses, reaching customers across the globe provides their
bread and. butter. Calhoun County companies interested in
spreading their wings and increasing their bottom line are
being offered some assistance on getting started,
Rick Marcum.,Director of Opportunity Florida. spoke
at the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce member-
ship lunch meeting Thursday and invited all local busi-
nesses to post a free webpage on Opportunity Florida's
website where literally hundreds of thousands of poten-
'',-' tial clients visit when considering doing business or relo-
caing to Florida.
S Marcum plans to set up a meeting time at the
Chamber of Commerce in Blountstown to load a free
page for interested local businesses. In addition, a link to
your company's complete website can also be created on
the Opportunity Florida site,
During the lunch gathering, Marcum shared with
SChamber members his first hand experience doing busi-
ness on'the web., "My wife just bought a car off the inter-
net," he.explained: "She took bids from dozens of dealer-
Sships from Orlando to Denver, then narrowed it down to
the top -five..Then she asked each of them the cost to
deliver the car to her door'' The Orlando dealership won
the bidding war and drove all the way to Panama City
With her'newvehicle. 'We signed the papers in our dining
room,".Marc-um added.
Matt Lavyfeld. owner of Sound Off Audio In
J _Li-.,iWuiL.u L i\i'lij, iutL 1 th li L about 0 pl ciicei- t lof tii cuu -
i'.otie base, crd s from i ebsllt;.with clients from all
I f, -.fyou're. rievw to the inteinet and unsure how to get
:started, meeting; with- Marcum at. the Chamber of
iConmerce is a great place to start. To set up an appoint-
'.'erit, contact Jessie Ehrich. the Chamber's Staff
:'Assistant, at 674-4519.
Ehrich' ays interested businesses should bring a
Description of their business, along with business logos.
Sand/or photosof their business or products either hard
; copy, photo, or digital image.
To-review the' necessary .information, please go to the
web site: opportunity florida.com. Click "counties" tab,
: select ''Calhoun" county, select "Businesses" option, and
click one of the business categories that are listed. Many
oer- f local businesses.are already listed, but their information
Staff may need updating.
For more details, call the Chamber at 674-4519.


SCHOOL DISTRICT HONORED


Calhoun ranks in top 10 districts


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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Calhoun County School
Distnct has been recognized by
Governor Jeb Bush and
Commissioner of Education
John \'inn as one of the top 10
school districts in reading per-
formance in 2005.
"I am very pleased to see dis-
tricts focusing on their most
struggling students."


Commissioner W'inn remarked.
"In Florida, we want all stu-
dents to improve and advance.
It's important to recognize the
districts that are making learn-
ing gains, a significant meas-
ure of student achievement."
Calhoun County had 69 per-
cent of students proficient in
reading, eighth highest in the
state. Okaloosa was the high-
est at 75 percent, followed by
Santa Rosa at 74 percent.


Brevard. St. Johns. and Martin
and 73, Gilchrist at ,72, and
Seminole at 70. Leon County
also had 69 percent, followed
by Wakulla at 6S.
Mary Sue Neves. Calhoun
County's Superintendent of
Schools. is ecstatic about this
accomplishment.
"I would like to congratulate
our administrators, teachers,
and students for being one of
the top 10 districts in the state


with the highest percentage of
students proficient in reading."
she stated. "We are working
hard to continue to close the
achievement gap "
Commissioner Winn added.
"It's wonderful to see how well
our districts are helping stu-
dents learn to read. It's critical
for all students to be able to
read to succeed in the class-
room and beyond."


Sales Tax Holiday


continues through


midnight Saturday
With the first day of school l:ss than Iwo weeks ago. the Florida
Department of Revenue Is providing a S.ldcs Tix I-loliday on cer-
tain items. The holiday week he-,1n .July 2-3 and continues
through midnight Saturday. July 31.
During this period, no sales tI \ will lie collct-lrd ofn sales of
books, clothing. footwear, and certain nrce'-sorlire li.'vI;n a selling
price of S50 or less. In addition, a 11inlll-'l0' iii ".cliol supplies hav-
ing a selling price of 1S0 or les,, are exempt frllm '*:.ils lax \luring
this holiday week.
At left, Paula Callejas of Bristol. lonks \ier tlire supplies at
Blountstown's Dollar General Store. l5 Is |ii'cpripnn t ifr heli first
day of kindergarten at Tolar Elementary School.
Calhoun County students can learn detall: ,.iljiii tlhe uiporin-
ing school year by checking out The 'ounti Ret iord', h lik-to-
school section on pages 6. 7. and 8 of tills i-lue.


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E-COMMERCE



Linng local businesses




to customers worldwide


Chamberjoins forces with Opporttniy Florida to connect

Calhoun County companies to high traffic panhandle website


The Blountstown City CoLncil
and Calhoun County
Commissioners are joininei
forces to host a lree comnin ii'ty.
dinner in honor of our elected
officials and the Florida State
Legislature.
The event is set for Thursdav
night. July 2S. at 6 p.m. at the
W\.T. Neal Ci\ic Center. The pub-
lic is invited to come out. enjoy
dinner an-d entertainment, and
say thanks to the officials who
have backed Calhoun County
projects.
Among those to be recognized
are Representative Marti Coley
and Senator A] Laiwson for their
support of recent recreation
grants that will bring several
hundred thousand dollars to our
local parks and the Greenway
Trail. Coley and Lawson will be
presenting grant check awards
during the festu\ies.
Come out and celebrate!



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ALTHA TOWN COUNCIL


Lee Alday,


Betty Hunt


unopposed


in election

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Qualifying week ended Friday
in Altha: with plans for an
August election scratched.
Two posts on the Town
Council were up for grabs, but
only the two icltumibents. Lee
.Alday andBetty Hunt, qualified
to seek office.
Alday and Hunt will automat-
ically regain their seats for
another two year term. Alday
currently serves as Chairman of
Sthe Town Council.
Applications were accepted
through Moniiday for the Town
Clerk position being vacated by
Betty Tindel who is retiring. The
Council is expected to begin
revie\ing applications and
scheduling interviews in the
iear future

FREE FOOD


Dinner in


honor of


state reps


Thursday

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor


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The County Record, JULY 27, 2005, Page 2


New Blountstown Lions Club officers include (from left) Roger Thomas, Vice-president; Steve Warren,
President; Darwin Chambers, Secretary/Treasurer; and Drew Peacock, Lion Tamer.


Lions install new officers at Ladies Night


BY VANCE BATEMAN
Blountstown Lions Club

The Blountstown Lions Club
held their annual Ladies Night
meeting at the Civic" Center on
June 18 with President-elect
Steve Warren presidiiti.
Brother Steve Warren opened
the meeting with a prayer and
Darwin ChAlmb'. r_ led the group
in the Pledge of Allegiance.
During the meeting, the
spouses of the Lion's Club mem-
bers were honored and also the
widows of deceased Lions Club





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of songs which were enjoyed by
all.
New Blountstown Lions Club
officers for 2005 were installed


by Lion Richard Waterman.
Installed were Steve Warren,
President; Roger Thomas, Vice-
president, Darwin Chambers,
Secretary/, Treasurer; and Drew
Peacock, Lion Tamer.


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Free school supplies available at...


'Family Affair' Saturday morning


School is about to start and it
is time for the Family Affair!
The event is set for Saturday,
July 30, from 9:00 AM -12:00 PM
at the W.T. Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown.
. The Calhoun Courity
Children's Coalition has been the
proud sponsor of this event for
the last eight years. This year
there is more to do than ever
with a moon walk, giant slide,
pony rides, train rides, snow
cones, face painting, dunking
booth, FREE school supplies and
much much more.
While the youngsters are hav-
ing fun, adults can learn about a
variety of services available to


their families.
The coalition would like to
invite every child in Calhoun
County to come and participate.
Doors open at 9:00 AM and there
is a small admission fee of $;1 per
family.
Children must have a parent
or another adult with them to be
admitted. Parents (or other
responsible adult) must have
their children with them to
receive their school. supplies.
After traveling around the Civic
Center to all of the booths, you
may go and collect the supplies.
It is that simple.
Hopefully, you will learn


I r I I the 0 t Record


Brannon Bozeman and Mikie Evans


Bozeman, Evans to wed

August 6 at First Baptist

Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Bozeman are pleased to announce finalized
plans for the marriage of their daughter, Brannon, to Mikie Evar-s.
The wedding will be an event of August 6, 2005. The ceremony \\ill
begin at 6:30 p.m. and will take place at Blountstow-n First Baptist
Church. A reception will follow at W.T. Neal Civic Center.
All family and friends are cordially limited to attend the wedding
and reception.


something about the services
that are available to serve your
family in our community and
have a great time doing it.


SBring them out, have a good
time and receive lots of freebies!
The Children's Coalition looks
forward to seeing you there!


Children, adults sought


for cast of 'Nutcracker'


The Liberty Music & Drama
Troupe is preparing for its holi-
day production of The
Nutcracker Suite which will be
presented on December 11. The
Troupe is seeking local children,
and adults to fill parts for Act I
and Act II. Also needed, will be,
anyone interested in scenery
design and construction, lighting
and sound, costuming. back-
stage assistance, and make-up,
A "sign-up" meeting will be
held, on Saturday, August 20, at
10:00 A.M. (EST) at the Veteran's


Memorial Civic Center on
Highway 20. in Bristol.
Rehearsal schedules will be dis-
cussed at that time.
If you are interested and need
more information, you may con-
tact Bonita Deck at 643-9808.
The Troupe is sponsored in
part by the Liberty County Arts
Council. Florida Department of
State, Division of Cultural
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Dear Editor:
I would like to comment on
the 'Sheriffs Log'.
Its very sad and unfortunate
that such an article be printed at


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Dear Miss NIolly
I a a 42 year old married man
'Wh a ig grN'iol:n. Our marriage
&16 1~ ,za s ,- good or I thought
Vitw *r,.ii1 1 cad.ne home about 2
-e-k, aiq o and my wife had run off
with nly best friend. She took all
te furniture along with my dog
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the expense of people presumed
innocent, who have not been
convicted, nor proven guilty.
How dare. we (none of whom
are without sin, nor perfect)


what steps I need to take to get my
dog back?
-Lonely for Skipper in Kinard


Dear Lonely:
You darn skippy you can (
Skipper back. Here's what you d
Go get yourself a deputy to acco
pany you so there won't be a
trouble. Then, find where your w
and so-called best friend a
shacking. Knock on the door a
tell them to hand over Skipper a
your half of the furniture unle
they want to tell their two-timi
tale in front of a judge, cou
reporter, and county clerk, on t
record. Emphasize civil cases a
public record so anyone withe
urge to plunder can find out all t
sordid details. I'm sure they'll
happy to oblige.

HAVE A QUESTION
FOR MISS MOLLY?
Write to Miss Molly, c/o The. Court
Record, PO. Box 366, Blountstown,
32 d'42 email t. ni .,', 'tr.e ..
countyrecord.net or fax, 674-500


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feel.
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to use the press for criminal and
community concerns without
resorting to black-balling, mud
slinging, and fueling a county
already aflame with idle gossip
burning like wildfire out of con-
trol.
Furthermore, this type of arti-
cle is counter productive to
attracting new comers and com-
merce to' Calhoun County.
Oppression, dispare, shame fes-
ters and thrives in such a cli-
mate as created by the Sheriffs
Log -and at the expense of those
not proven guilty.
It's shameful, and needs to be
reconsidered acceptable for pub-
lication.
"Do unto others as you would
have done to you"
K.L. Koani


Dear Editor,
I wEould like to express nmy
thoughts about a letter printed
S in the paper last week. The let-
S ter was about concern with peo-
F ple who own golf carts. power
8. wheel chairs and other power
rides; These people pay a lot of
money for these rides and some-
tion in life.
NMy. brother. John Michael.
owns and. operates a golf cart,
and it is the.only enjoyment he
"' .has in life. John Mlichael is
handicap. ,He dnves his golf cart
around the neighborhood where
he lives and drives to the Quick
$ Pic to get his gas for his lawn-
mower which he drives, to cut
grass for the people in the neigh-
borhood. John lichael has no
license because he has seizures
whichh prevents him from having
the luxury of a license. He does-
ri't drink under the influence like
'some people do. He doesn't
smoke dope either while operat-
( ing his golf cart or lawnmower.
Nathan also Lives in my neigh-
borhood and yes he drives to
town. the grocery store, and to
the Quick Pic where he spends
money\ that in return makes our
pay checks. Yes Nathan has a
handicap but he doesn't drink or
smoke dope when he drives like
S Bu I .('m& owns and operates
a po\esrw eel' halr.'drives'from
Sulttn Creek Apts. to the post
office, the grocery store, the
Quick Pic and the bank. He has


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Bubba Johnson will head baseball program



BHS welcomes new coach


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor


Blountstown High School
has welcomed Bubba Johnson
to the Tiger coaching staff this
week.
Coach Johnson will take
over the baseball program at
BHS, following the resignation
of Greg Jordan who left near ;
the end of last season to accept *-4
an athletic director's position il
at Wewahitchka High School. .
As it turns out, Johnson is -
coming to Blountstown from
Wewa High where he served as
head coach for the Gator base-
ball team last season.
Originally from Dothan,
Alabama, Johnson is a 1967
graduate of Cottonwood High
School and went on to play
baseball for Wallace College. He
graduated from Troy State
University in 1971 and
embarked on a 33 year coach-
ing career in Alabama, spend-
ing seven years at Dothan
High. followed by 26 at
Northview. '-
"We were third in the state
my first year at Dothan and
were state champs in 1978," BHS Prin
Coach.Johnson recalls. Along Johnson (c
the way, he had the opportuni-
ty to coach some outstanding athletes in
baseball, football, softball, and girls bas-
ketball, including football star Isaiah Reese
who now plays for the Dallas Cowboys.
After retirtiig from the Alabama school
system, Johnson ventured to Florida and
spent a year at Wewa. "We were 15-7 in
baseball and 7-4 in football." hle notes.
As for his goals at BHS, Johnson has
plenty. "I hope to Improve facilities and get
as many kids as we can involved." he says
of the baseball program. "It's going to be a
building process because we don't have the


cipal Keith Summers (right) and Athletic Director Bobby Johns welcome Coach Bubba
:enter) to the Tiger coaching staff.


numbers, but a lot of eighth graders are
coming up."
Johnson will also be serving as an assis-
tant football coach for the Tigers. "I hope
we can win it all;" he says with enthusi-
asm. "I've been to the dance four times. At
Northview. we were state champs in '81
and '85, and at Dothan we were runners
up in '74 and '75."
BHS Athletic Director and Head Football
Coach Bobby Johns is excited to have
Johnson on board. "We were just real
lucky." he remarks. "We weren't sure what


was going to happen and we were fortunate
to find him right down the road. He's going
to be a tremendous asset to our program in
both baseball and football."
New BHS Principal Keith Summers is
optimistic about the future of Tiger base-
ball under Johnson's direction. "He's got a
world of experience and we're just excited
about having him here with us."
Joining Johnson in Calhoun County is
his.wife and a son, who will be a senior at
BHS. His daughter Is a nurse in Dothan.


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women who want to spend a,
weekend learning, a variety of
outdoor skills. The FWC has a
' Sept. 9-11 "Becoming an
Outdoors-Woman" workshop
scheduled for Ocala and'a Nov.
18-20 workshop for West Palm
Beach.
The FWC invites women, 18
and older, 'to attend the work-
shops to learn or improve their
-outdoors skills and enjoy a few
recreational activities. In four,
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hands-on atmosphere. The
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The workshops Will take place
at the Ocala Conservation Center
in the Ocala National Forest and
at Pine Jog's Everglades Youth
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IT'S TIMEI


SFOR CLASSES


SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE


De'r Studednts .~d. Pwiu~l: have also made AYP (Adequate
Ajioth' st4rtwi is almost Yearly Progress) Also. Altha
tu. ao a i'd a iw- ta~d ch ug lea i ,. public School, Blountstown
i- '.Ai:w i \'e s is ;abot (.io High School, and Blountstown
.'.., I .op .er.vtne h.ts hadi Middle School are "B" schools
i hAt am s r sumer nd is and have made "provisional"
read to K-AYP. Again, congratulations for
r. rt a t doing a great job!
Ra.. n ;er Ilvi. ,... Our school district's theme
ext lita for this new school year is:
S. h < ~ B i it- "Closing the Achievement Gap:
V- e No Excuses". Our theme
T-Z: het emphasizes to increase
W% r~ -'' 1 achievement among students
tlu!a'tng across the chstrict regardless of
S t ;.their race, gender, or socioeco-
Mr.i-.ly a norrc condition. We must con-
A a tinue to explore and implement
isk. and new strategies and techniques
stuen: a MAiS SUE NEVES that will be successful in reach-
i'.1 B SUPERINTENDENT ing all children.
returnifalg There are several new pro-
on M~idayv. August 8th. grams that are being imple-
1 a.u pr udi to aanounce that mented this school year. There
C'':c,.,n Cc'int' School will be an In School Suspension
Di.stict is 1 of !5 districts in Program that will serve stu-
Fiorida that has earned an "A". dents grades 6-12 that have
The Florida Department of received serious disciplinary
Ed-iaticun .DOE) has been cal- action This program is
cular.in1- district grades since designed to keep the student in
2002. The district grades are school and allow the student to
calculated with the same cor- continue his/her' education
ponents as "the school grades: while serving ISS. The In
student performance on the School Suspension Program
FCAT, student learning gains will be located on Blountstown
and the learning gains of the High School's campus.
lowest 25%j. Therefore, I am Blountstown High School is
very proud and humble to offering a PCA (Patient Care
announce Calhoun County Assistantl Program as a dual
School District is an "A" district enrollment class for juniors
for two consecutive years. The and seniors. Also the' high
dedication and hard work of schools and middle schools will
our students, teachers, parents be on a 7 period class day.
and administrators has kept us Block scheduling is not con-
at the top, and I congratulate ducive in preparing our stu-
evertyone involved for this dis- dents for the FCAT and provid-
tinguished accomplishment. ing the reading classes that are
DOE continues to raise the bar 'needed.
on standards, and our school We continue to focus on
.'`ffifct contirfiuies"to.'nrretthe Yealdig-gfcd this. yearsw are
challenrig.. < -,. ",E'tiontstowti %ablJriag'a;re~ain'febach at Altha'
Elementarn School ajd Carr -t'oil. \Ve ha\e implemented
School are "A" schools and several new reading programs
K


Dear Pa'_,rer.ts and Students:,
At the beginning of the new
s<.hsiol year, there is much
c-:.'L-rr.Int .1 the. Adult School
antd tbh- CARE Program-as we
plan and prepare for th,- 2005-


'2006 school year,
Our faculty and staff are pro-
fessionals dedicated to the
implementation of our school
impro\emnent-
p I a n s
Designed to
enhance the
quality of
our schools
and Increase
the academic
success of
our stu-
d e n t t:!
Therelore.Io.
we will strive
to create posi- PRlC.PtS,
tive educa- PRINCIPAL.
tional experi-
ences to meet the-. needs of -the'
students.


in our schools and hopefully we
will see significant learning
gains n reading.
There are several new per-
sonnel changes at each school.
Blountstown High School's new
principal is Mr. Keith Summers
and his assistant principal is
Mrs. Pam Bozeman. Altha
School's new principal is Mr.
Ronnie Hand and Mrs. Vicki
Davis, principal at Blountstovwn
Elementary School. is inter-
viewing this week for a new
assistant principal. Mrs. Neva
Miller will remain as assistant
principal at Blountsto\wn
Middle School. There are se--
eral teaching positions open
and hopefully all principals will
have their personnel ready by
the first day of school.
Calhoun County School
Board approved a new dress
code policy and it has been
published in the County
Record for several weeks. If
you need a copy of the new
dress code policy please come
by the district office or your
child's school for a copy.
1 would like to thank our
parents and community lead-
ers for their continued support
of our schools and students. I
believe this is gong to be an
exciting new year for your stu-
dents, teachers, and communi-
ty in academics, athletics, and
other outstanding programs in
our schools.
Calhoun County's students.
instructional, non-instruction-
al staff and administrators are
the very best and together we
will continue to strive for excel-
lence and close the achieve-
ment gap for our students.
Siriedel ,"

Manr Sue Neves
Superintendent of Schools
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As we consider the school
experience of our students, we
are reminded of the importance
of parental involvement. We
encourage parents to monitor
and guide their students to make
this the best school \ear ever. We
believe through consistent effort.
good attendance, and responsi-
ble conduct. students can indeed
have a successful year. We
encourage parents to help. make
this a reality.
Willy Pitts. Principal
Teacher Roster
CARE
r, Mar Ann Williams. Guidance
SSee ADULT, page 7


Sor not, Calhou County .
liH be back in session August 8.
[ countyy Record has prepared
16e guide to help you be ready
whien thatifirst bei': irngs!


the' 2004-2005 school year. We
recognize the achievement is due
to the effort and determination of
our students,, parents, and
teachers. In the coming year,
BMS will strive to meet the chal-
lenge and earn an "A".
I look forward to seeing each
of you on August 8 and remem-
ber, "BMS aims for excellence."
Sincerely,


Dear Students and Parents:
I would like to take this oppor-
tunity to welcome our returning
students as
well as all
first time s.tL-
dentsi to .
Bloungtstoain
Mai d d Ie
School for
the 2005-
2006 school
year. '
Students
will 'h a\e
many oppor-
tunities to be MICHAELJOHNSON,
involved anid PRINCIPAL
have a very
positive experience. We will offer
strong academics, a variety of
activities and organizations, and
competitive athletics for iirls and
boys.
BMS earned a "B" grade for


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For Further Information Contact
Dr. Tanaria Joyner
850-674-2633


Michael Johnson2
Principal
Open House: Friday, August
5, from 8 a.m. to noon:
School Advisory Councii
Chairperson: Chevon Johns.
Teacher Roster
Athletic Director
Link Barber
See BMS, page


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L BLOUNTSTOWN

HIGH

SCHOOL


Dear Parents and Students:
' It is a gieat honor to have
been named principal of
Blountstown High School. It is a
privilege to work with the faculty,
staff, stu-
dents and
community
that I do not
take lightly
or for grant-
ed. We have
had a large
turnover in
faculty this
year and
welcome all
hew faculty
and staff to KEITH SUMMERS,
the BHS PRINCIPAL
' T i g e r
'amil,".
, Blountstown High School
worked very hard last school
year and received a letter grade
of "B". We are happy to have
scored "B", but now we set our
- -yes on higher goals such as an
'A".. With continued'hard work,
we can realize this goal. We also
were honored.to have individual
tate weighlifting champions,
tlus state-runners up. in football



BMS con
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and weighlifting, 2nd, 3rd, and
5th place winners at the state
FBLA convention, plus Adam
Harpool winning a cash scholar-
ship at FBLA, and took home top
honors at the Chipola Literature
Festival. These are just a few of
the achievements that were
achieved last year.
This year we are excited about
adding a Patient Care Assistant
(PCA) class and also a pre-calcu-
lus class for seniors. The faculty
of Blountstown High School will
continue to seek new and inno-
vated ways to improve the educa-
tion of all BHS students.
Our challenge to the student
body is to make the most of your
high school years, as they will be
the best years of your life.

Keith Summers
Principal

Open House: Friday, August
5, 1-3 p.m.
Teacher Roster
Business Department
Sharon Leonard-McCrone
Debra Perdue
Career Development
Loraine McClellan
Driver Education
David Pitts
Drop-Out Prevention
Jason Rogers
English
Debra Betts
Sonya Capps
Rhonda Marshall
Fine Arts
Linda Adams
Keith Owings
Foreign Language
Dana Ayers
Guidance Counselor
Gwen Barwick (New)





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Chorus Phyllhls Baile INeiw Teacher)
..:LindaAdams Suer FTce
English Science
Many Lou Miller '' Blly Jones,
SDebbie Williams Shannon Romer (Ne- Teacher)
ESE Social Studies
Tanya Durham \VIUa Dean Bozeman
SMichele Futch Technology
Lisa LaWarre NarNcy Ddlmore
Gifted. Title I
Jonathan Alford M li-sa 0 Brvanr
Guidance
Stephanie Brogden
History Ad'lt;S,".of
Chevon Johns. Adult School-
Math
Link Barber n nthon Hall, Teacher
Nicole Purvis George Yon, Instructional Aide.
Media Adult School Teachers
Wendy Eubanks: .Ir' Hill
Physical Education YL l, Ci.
'Georgia Barbee Boggs Ramse.v
Andrew Sumner (New Teacher) Rachel McCo
Rachel NlccCoY


Home Economics
Nancy Mears
Mathematics
Coy Adkins (New)
Allyson Howell
Amanda McGhee
Media Specialist/Clerk
Pam Ayers
Carmen Overholt
Physical Education
Bobby Johns
Bubba Johnson (New)
Susan Rash
Remediation
Melissa Adams (New)
Vicki Bennett (New)
Science
Scott Bontrager
Quentin Henderson
Social Studies Department
Teresa Brantley-Curl
Emily Golden
Joe Leonard
Exceptional Student
Shayee Johnson
Tommy McClellan (New)
Brenda Stallwoirth
Cherie White
Sandra White
Danny Wise
Tracy Basford
Cassie Bates (Para-Professional,
New).
Delano Reed (Para-Professional)
Vocational
Sidney Granger
Ron Mears (New)
Ron Wood

Reception July 31

to honor former

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 \ill be held at the fellowship
hall of the Altha First Baptist
'Church on Sunday, July 31,
from 2 to 4 p.m.

Spaces available

at North Florida

Child Development

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. o 12:00 Noon
and .6:00 p.m. Monday -
Thursday.


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AILTHA

SCHOOL

K-12


Dear Parents, Students, and the
Community:
It is an honor for me to be
principal of Altha Public School
and I prom-
ise -that if
hard work,
dedication,
and- caring
will earn
y .o u "r
respect, s I
will. I look
forward to
getting to
know each of
you 1as we --
begin a new RONNIE HAND,
school year. .PRINCIPAL
Altha stu-
dents are widely recognized in
almost every area for their
accomplishments both in' school
and after they have left us. We
are very. proud of this. The
administration of Altha Public
School will, continue to strive to
create and maintain a supportive
environment so that teachers
and students alike can, achieve
the goals set for, and by them.
Altha teachers are t knowledge-
able, experienced and committed
to. serve the students and to:
stimulate student learning. For
example, our teachers, employ a
variety of teaching strategies
including the traditional lecture
format, group w-ork. projects and
on-line learning. As demonstrat-
'ed by our high test scores, we are
continuing .to incorporate the,.
Florida Sunshine State
Standards into our curriculum
and focusing on student learning
a und critical thinking.
SThe :administration, faculty,
and staif of Mtha Publihc School
extend a cordial welcome to stu-
dents', parents and commUrnit.
.t the 'Altha Family". We 'need
the cooperation of everyone to,
m make 2005-2006 the best school'
year' ever. \We challenge you. the
studefits, : to take advantage of
the academic, social, and extra-
curricular, opportunities avail-
able to you.
Ronnie Hand, Principal


Myrlene Goodson
Marie Granger
Debbie Griswold
Leanna Hall
Kevin Hand
Barbara Hathaway
Sherrie Joyrier
Brian Kenyon
Charlotte Lima
Juan Lima
Christi Lovely
Alice Marshall
Mary McClellan
Missy McGill
Jaycee Moore
Cindy Nichols
Heidi Perkins
David Pitts
See ALTHA, page 8


Open House: Friday, August
5, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

School Advisory Council
Chairperson: Sara Kay Waldorff

Teacher Roster
Melba Adkins
Cindy Alday
Amy Alderman
Georgia Ashmore
Russell Baggett
Sandra Batson
Mollie Branton
Mark Brogdon
Jan Chambers
Kristi Dudley
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C(AR.R
SCHOOL
K-8


Dear Parents and Students:
T h' ;' that .-".-iy.:'r has had
a ,si,.11l summer and has taken
the .p'rl~. li Ir do some of the
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fora busy summer in makingain
taiInig an
'TA' again
S r the coming yearand
takes effort
an eveYne's DARRYL TAYLOR, JR.
part to be PRINCIPAL
S inn
educating students and we are
very rtunate to have dedicated
I apa \c:i eiachf w thesegroups.
I am looking forward to the
[i.l.'- 2C01t school year with.
S*us.2'ip'auon. We have had
a busy summer in making
Sn..:.t 'nts for our students'
-i'. chaienge everyone to'
sci coals fo-r the coming yearand
work very hard to achieve them.
I ame coie with hard work,


'determination, teamwork, and
positive attitudes, only great
things will occur at Carr School.
Darryl Taylor, Jr.
Principal
Open.House: Friday, August
5, 8 a.m. to noon.
School Advisory Council
Chairpcrson: Robyn Conyers.
Teacher Roster
Pre-K-3rd grade
Tanya Black
Laura Williams
Traycee McDougald
Ruth Barth
Robyn Conyers
Deborah Hassig
Jessica Hill
Lisa O'Bryan
Carylee Sewell
Fourth Grade
Karen Pitts
^Fifth Grade ":
Bonnie Fagen
Sixth-Eighth grade
Tiffany Nichols
Roger Williams
Treva McCroan
ESE
Teresa Hatcher
Lynn Terry
Guidance Counselor
Linda O'Bryan
Media
Linda Attaway
Physical Education
Ellis Nichols
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ELEMENTARY /
SCHOOL /


Dear Parents:
Welcome to an exciting new
school year at Blountstown
Elementary School. Research
shows that
p a-ren nt
involvement
is high .on
the list of
factors con-
tributing to
a. student's
success in
school.
you get
involved? .
Show your
children you VICKI DAVIS,
are interest- PRINCIPAL
ed and con-
cerned. At home, take the time
each day to talk to' them about
their experiences in school Ask,
about homework assignments.
Your consistent interest in their
progress and personal develop-
ment .in school will motivate
them to want to learn.


Altha middle and high school
schedules will not be mailed.
Students may pick up schedules
at Open House on Aug. 5.

Altha
Miranda Rehberg
Meagan Russ
Maggie Sewell
Carolyn Shields
Faye Smith
Lena Smith
Robbie Smith
Tina Smith
Cathy Sumner
Alisha, Swindle
Lori Tatum
AmyValenta
Sara Kay Waldorff
Winnifred Waldorfr
Renee Wallace .....
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Get involved in school by
maintaining contact with your
child's teachers. Feel free to ask
questions, attend parent confer-
ences, and be supportive of the
exciting schoolwide activities
held each year. Let your child
know you are working together
with the teacher and the school
to help make your child's educa-
tion beneficial in every way.
We endeavor to be a friendly
school and look forward to a
pleasant association with you
and your family. Home and
school working together as a
team can make the school year a
very successful one for your
child.
SSincerely,
Vicki Davis, Principal
Blountstown Elementary
School

Open House: Friday, August 5,
8 a.m. to noon
School Advisory Chairperson:.


Tracie Taylor


Faculty Roster:
Preschool
Esther Alford
Tarsha Battle.
Ruby Davis
Sherri Shuler
Kindergarten
Dresa.Barfield
Melody Frye
Sandy Rogers
Debbie Stone
Lisa Lawarre '


Schedule changes may be made
during the first week of school.
Students who drive to school
must 'have a parking. permit.
Applications will be issued at
open house and homeroom.
Bring driver's license and cur-
rent tag number.

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July 5th-28th
Beginner-Advanced
For Information
Call Dr. Joyner
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First Grade
Amanda Dehn
Paulette Bryant
Ashley Everett
Lisa Laing
Janet Tomlinson
Terri Reid
Second Grade
Starla Baggett
Ragina Daniels
Delores Faircloth
Karen Tomlinson
Bridgitte Hunt
Glenda Tillman
Third Grade
Linda Flanders
Brooke Hall
Traie Taylor
Sandy Willis
Fourth Grade
Kim Peacock
Glen McClellan
Deanna Ridley
Fifth Grade
Wendy Guilford
Joan Daniels
Danita McClellan
ESE
Judy McGraw
Alicia Goodman
Juanice Johnson
Cara Mitchell
Robyn Parrish-Hill
Gifted
Jonathan Alford
Music
Cathy Kimbrel
P.E. '
Jerry Daniels
Jimmy Rogers


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Patricia Hayward
Janice Lilly
Reading Coach
Debbie Eldridge
Speech
Janice Williams
Donna Traylor
Media
Tracy Wood
Guidance
Lamoine Kearce


Altha kindergarten
students reminded
to register for school'
Any Altha students who have
not registered for kindergarten
or any students moving into the
Altha area need 'to register as
soon as possible.
Students entering school for
the first time or moving from an
out-of-state school need a
Florida Certification. of
Immunization, a Florida school
physical, an official copy of their
birth certificate, and social secu-
rity card.

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Announcement
Calhoun County School Board and
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on
August 5, 2005
8:30 am 11:30 am
Blountstown Public Library \

4 Children ages 3 to 5 will be screened in the
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vision and hearing.
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NOTICE OF..



BUDGET HEARING




The Calhoun County School


District will soon consider a


budget for 2005-06.


A public hearing to make a


DECISION on the budget


AND TAXES will be held on


AUGUST1, 2005


AT 5:05 P.M..


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20859 Central Avenue East

Room G-35

Blountstown, Florida


7/27/2005


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BUDGET SUMMARY



THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF


CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ARE 16.9% MORE THAN


LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


FISCAL


YEAR 2005-2006


Proposed Millage Levy:
Local Effort
Discretionary
Sunnlemental Discretionary


4.876
0.510
0250


Additional
Capital Outlay
Dnht SR.rvic.a


0.000
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GENERAL
FUND


FSTIMATDFf REFVIEFNUS


SPECIAL
REVENUE


DEBT
SERVICE


CAPITAL
PROJECTS


TOTAL ALL
FUNDS


Federal Sources 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Federal Through State and Local 50,000.00 1,105,854.45 0.00 1,155,854.45
State Sources 13,756,317.00 17,500.00 678,206.00 14,452,023.00
Local Sources 1,490,449.00 224,000.00 0.00 1,714,449.00
TOTAL SOURCES 15,296,766.00 1,347,354.45 0.00 678,206.00 17,322,326.45
Transfers In 220,000.00 150,000.00 60,000.00 430,000.00
Fund Balances/Net Assets ( July 1, 2005) 4,937,220.35 33,480.52 570,419.05 5,541,119.92
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS & BALANCES $20,453,986.35 $1,530,834.97 $0.00 $1,308,625.05 $23,293,446.37

EXPENDITURES
Instruction 9,340,000.00 386,442.26 9,726,442.26
Pupil Personnel Services 465,000.00 17,988.02 482,988.02
Instructional Media Services 452,000.00 645.91 452,645.91
Instruction & Curriculum Development Services 779,000.00 53,047.45 832,047.45
Instructional Staff Training Services 43,000.00 53,460.52 96,460.52
Instruction Related Technology .355,000.00 0.00 355,000.00
Board of Education 251,000.00 0.00 251,000.00
General Administration 270,000.00 18,195.37 288,195.37
Schbol Administration 698,000.00 250.00 698,250.00
Facilities Acquisition & Construction 110,000.00 0.00 604,129.57 714,129.57
Fiscal Services 407,000.00 250.00 407,250.00
Food Services 0.00 913,800.00 913,800.00
Central Services --- -- _.- .00 ....... 0.00__ 6,000.00
SPupil Transportation Services .. 1,047 jQQ.00 41,574.92 1 .. ." 1,088,574.92
Operation of Plant 959,000.00 0.00 959,000.00
Maintenance of Plant 428,000.00 0.00 428,000.00
Administrative Technology Services 15,000.00 0.00 15,000.00
Community Services 103,000.00 0.00 103,000.00
Debt Service 0.00 0.00 0.00
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $15,728,000.00 $1,485,654.45 $0.00 $604,129.57 $17,817,784.02
Transfers Out 210,000.00 0.00 0.00 220,000.00 430,000.00
Fund Balances/Net Assets (June 30, 2006) 4,515,986.35 45,180.52 0.00 484,495.48 5,045,662.35
TOTAL EXPENDITURES,
TRANSFERS & BALANCES $20,453,986.35 $1,530,834.97 $0.00 $1,308,625.05 $23,293,446.37
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SCHOOL BOARD OF CALHOUN COUNTY


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16.863.914
13,808.570:.


1994-95 1999-00


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Total Current Operating Revenue

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16,000,000
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7.000.00 6,107:38
6,.000.00
5,000.00- 4,683.19
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Total Revenue for Fixed Capital OuUay


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JOHN RALPH CLOUD
't Mr. John Ralph Cloud, 85, of
3lountstown, passed away
,Thursday, July 21, 2005, in
SPanama City after a short illness.
Mr. Cloud was born in
lJackson County and had lived
mostot of his life in Calhoun
SCounty. He was a retired from
Sthe county after 20 years as a
.road grader and also ran Cloud
grocery in Blountstown for eight
years. He was a veteran of World.
:!\'ar II, serving in the US Army.
During his time of service he
.pent two and a half years in the
southh Pacific where he was
Awarded two Bronze medals, one
Silver medal and a good conduct
~ledal.
Mr. Cloud was an avid out-
,'doorsman. He loved to hunt and
fish and was a master gardener.
*rHe always had a happy and jolly
dilemeanor and loved people. He
Swas a member of the Christian
-,Iome Freewill Baptist Church in
-Blountstown.
-' He was preceded in death by
his wife of 63 years, Mary
Brinson Bailey Cloud, as well as
i his brothers, Charlie, Ellis,
Chester, and Hugh.
S Survivors include several sis-
i ters-in-law, Willie Clyde Cloud of
,.Sebring, Doris Cloud of Avon
SPark, Sally R. Cloud of Shady
Grove, Doris Bailey Spears of
SHavana, and Wilma Bailey of.
Blountstown;. many nieces,
Nephews, great nieces, and great
Nephews, and a: special great
Great nephew, John Plummer. "
SFuneral services were held at
a )2:00 PM Sunday, July 24, from
the Adams Funeral Home Chapel
in Blountstown with Reverend
'Chad Corbin and Reverend
-William Walker officiating.
A Interment followed in the Nettle
| Ridge Cemetery with full military
-.honors. Flowers were accepted or


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z Text: 1 Peter 4:12-19
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Once on the ground, he released the
line. The bricks were heavier than he
was. The barrels came down and lerked
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He hung onto ihe rope to the top oe
the building. He banged his head on the
beam and jammed his fingers in the pul-
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S The barrels crashed to the ground,
Knocking out the bottom spilling the
bricks. He was still holding the rope and
heavier than the barrels. He plummeted
to the ground.
He hit ihe ground landing on the pile
of bricks. He let go or the rope in ihe
crash and the empty barrels came down
hitting him in the head.
Everyone has problems. Problems
do not disappear because you are a
Chrnsian We often set ourselves up for
Failure and disappointment. We believe
the only reason for problems is because
of sin or lack of faith. When a problem
S arises, we are devastated because our
expectations are not met.
"...Do noi be surprised ai the painful
trial you are suffering NIVI." While some
problems are due to sin and lack of faith.
many are not. God is not being unjust or
Unfair. Enduring trials is a pan of life. 1
Pet. 5:9 says, "...your brothers through-
out the world are undergoing Ihe same
kind of sufferings"
You are not alone in your suffering
Other Christians are suffering with you.
God will never leave or forsake you,
especially during trials.
Ryan McDougald is a licensed.
ordained Free Will Baptist Ilhnster host-
. ing Bible study in me home. For more
information, call 674 -6351.


you may make contributions to
the Christian Home Freewill
Baptist Church (19280 NE SR 69
Blountstown, FL 32424).
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 674-5449 or
online at adamsfh.com.
LAURA RUNELL MELTON
Mrs. Laura Runell Melton, 67,
of Altha, died Friday, July 22,
2005, at her residence.
Mrs. Melton was a lifelong res-
ident of this area. She enjoyed
fishing, taking care of the elderly,
and needlepoint.
Mrs. Melton was preceded in
death by her husband, Buddy
Brown; her parents, John and
Ruby Melton; and a. brother,
Carrol Melton.,
She is survived by two sons,
John Wayne Brown and wife
Nickey, of Hosford, and Stephen
Brown of Altha; one daughter,
Patsy Guzman and her husband
Andres, of Altha; three brothers,
Dewey Melton aridwife Erma, of
Altha, J.W. Melton and wife
Lavern,. of Altha, and Ruben
Melton, of Altha; three sisters,
Jimmie Boggs of Marianna, Ann
Gille and husband Johinn. of
Marianna. and Betty Adams of
Sneads: seven grandchildren
and fourteen great-grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Melton were held Sunday, July
24, at Hall-Funeral Home \\ith
Rev. Black officiating. Cremation
followed.
Hall Funeral Home in Altha
was in charge of, the arrangSe-
ments, ph 762-3965.
MARY LOUISE POPE
Mrs. Mary Louise Pope, -76, of-
Kinard, went home to be \\ith the.
Lord on TUesda\. July 19, 2005.
Mrs. Pope was born in
Maitland, FL and had lived in
Kinard since 1978, coming from
Manatee County. FL. Louise
along wv.-ith her. husband,
Richard, were owners and.opera-
tors of a diapery business in


Manatee County until their
retirement.
She was preceded in death by
a daughter, Darlene Elizabeth
Pope.
Survivors include her hus-
band,' Richard Pope of Kinard;
one daughter, Marlene (Pope)
Young and her husband James,
of Kinard; two grandchildren:
Eric M. and Richard ,J.
Overstreet; two great grandchil'-
dren, Emily Jean and Shelby
Lynn Overstreet.
Funeral services were held,
Friday, July 22, at 10 a.m. from
the graveside at Pine Memorial
Cemetery in Blountstown with
Rev. David Berryhill officiating.
Interment followed.
SAll arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy. Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 674-2266.
JOHN HUEY STEPHENS
Mr. John Huey Stephens, 84,
of Clarksville, passed away July
18 in Panama City;:
Mr. Stephens was born in
Clarksville and had lived most of
his life in Calhoun County. He
was a retired pipe fitter and was
a member of the Kingdom Hall of
Jehovah's Witness in
.Blountstown for 39 years.
He was preceded in death by
his wife,.Julia Mae Stephens, in
October 1999.
Survivors include three sons,
John Stephens II of Royal Palm
Beach, Ira Andrew Stephens of
West Palm Beach, and James
Michael Stephens of L\nn
Haven; one daughter. Loretta
Weeks of Okeechobee: seven
grandchildren; and two great
grandchildren.


Funeral services weri
10:00 AM Saturda\'.
from the Adams Funer
Chapel nwth Dale Pier
officiating. Interment fol
the Clarksville Cemetery
Adams Funeral H
Blountstown was in c.
arrangements, ph. 674-
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JANICE FAYE WEATHERS-BASS
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first lady, Saturday, July 30,
7:00 p.m. CST at the W.T. Neal
Civic Center located on Hwy 69,.
Blountstown.
Fraternal greetings will be by
Judge Kevin Grover, Mr. David
Summers, Rev. David Rhone,
Rev. Arthur Thomnas. Mrs. Mary,
Sue Neves and. Sheriff David
Tatum and Elder Andrew Davis.
A special presentation will be
presented by the African Troupe
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5:30 p.m.
Come and enjoy the singing
and testimonies from Jan Carter,
Richey Delling, Jeannie Hill,
Raymond Barrett and Lisa Yon.
Meet the guests after the pro-
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'Thompsons' will sing
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Man behind bars
after threatening
wife with rifle
A Blountstown man is behind bars for
allegedly threatening his estranged wife
with a high powered rifle last week.
Calvin Howard "Bubba" Hayes was
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Hayes' wife at 1:30 p.m. seeking law
enforcement assistance at her home off
Hwy. 69 South. Upon arrival, deputies
learned Hayes had threatened her with a
gun, then fled in a white Chevrolet truck.
Major Roman Wood discovered the empty
vehicle behind a nearby residence. He
then spotted a green compact vehicle dri-
ving away from the home and a traffic
stop was initiated. Hayes was found to be
the driver of the green vehicle and was
taken into custody.
While his white truck was being
processed, Hayes' son, Calvin Lester
Hayes, approached and allegedly began
acting in a belligerent and aggressive
manner, telling Inv. Michael Bryant to
"stop searching. the [expletive] truck."
When he allegedly approached Sheriff
David Tatum and Inv. Bryant in an aggres-
sive manner, and continued to be uncoop-
erative, he was taken into custody for
obstruction and charged with resisting
arrest without violence. He was booked
into the Calhoun County Jail and released
the following day.
Bubba Hayes was charged with
aggravated assault and domestic battery,
He remained in custody at press time.
Wanted man flees
deputy, caught
two days later
A traffic stop for speeding ended in the
arrest of a local man on.several charges.
Otis Lee Pennywell, Jr., 22, was


charged with aggravated fleeing and elud-
ing, reckless driving, and resisting arrest
without violence.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Jared Nichols
attempted to pull Pennywell over for
speeding on SR 20 East Sunday. night
around 10:30 p.m. Pennywell allegedly
made a u-turn and headed in the opposite
direction. Dep. Nichols then recognized
him and realized he was wanted for felony
battery.
With Dep. Nichols in pursuit,
Pennywell reportedly headed for 20th
Street, failing to stop at the stop sign. He
then pulled up at a residence and Dep.
Nichols pulled his patrol car right next to
Pennywell's car to keep him from exiting.
Pennywell reportedly failed to place the
vehicle in park and exited through the
passenger side. The car then rolled for-
:ward, striking the front of Dep. Nichol's
patrol car and coming to final rest against
a chainlink fence.
A foot pursuit ensued and Inv. Michael
Bryant brought a K-9 unit out to track:
However, authorities soon suspected
Pennywell had obtained a ride from
someone and fled the area.
Warrants were obtained for Pennywell
and he was apprehended two days later.
He was released from the Calhoun,
County Jail after posting a $1500 proper-
ty bond.:
Marijuana, drug
paraphernalia found
in Blountstown home


A search warrant was served on a
Blountstown home leading to a man's
arrest Saturday night.
Carol Lewis was charged with posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of marijuana
and drug paraphernalia.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Mark Mallory, Lt.
Michael Bryant, and Lt. Randy McCroan
served the search warrant on Lewis'
home on H.A. Varnum Road. Inside, they
discovered a blue plastic bottle with mari-
juana and rolling papers inside. A clear
plastic bag of marijuana was found in a
dresser drawer and another bag with mar-
ijuana seeds was discovered on a hallway
shelf.
Lewis was booked into the Calhoun
.County Jail and given a conditional
release the following day.
Routine traffic
stop ends in arrest
for meth, marijuana
A routine traffic stop on CR 167-
Sunday night led to the arrest of one man
on meth and marijuana charges.
Darryl Lee Gaudette was charged with
possession of methamphetamine and
less than 20 grams of marijuana.
Dep. Mark Mallory pulled Gaudette
over for having only one.operation tail-
light. When Gaudette appeared nervous,
Mallory questioned hirr, and recei.'ed per-
mission to conduct a search. A clear plas-
tic bag of marijuana was found in his
pocket and a plastic bag of meth was dis-
covered inside his wallet.




Oscar Hall Reunion
The 71st annual Oscar Hall Reunion
was held Saturday, July 2,,2005 at the:
family picnic area on Musgrove Road in
Altha, FL. There were approximately 135
people in attendance.
Three of the 12 children of Oscar Hall
*are still living; Lottie Barton of Altha and
Irene Messer of Chattahoochee were in
attendance. Willard Hall of Kissimree
was unable to attend this year. William
Malachi Presley,. the 7-week old son of
Ted and Jana Presley of Bristol, FL, was
the youngest in attendance. William is the
grandson of Odell and Willise Hall of
Blountstown and the. 4th generation
descendant'of oscar Hall.
Irene Hall Messer, age 80-, was the
eldest attending. 'Wylie Mathis of
DeRidder, LA traveled the further dis-
tance. Wylie is the son of Aaron and
Juanita Mathis,of Altha and the.3rd gener-
ation descendant of Oscar Hall.
In splie of a severe Ihundersiorm and
the heat, e. eryone had a good ime oi fel-
lowship and plenty of good food to eat.


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$33,888 "All prices'and discounts after. rebate. plustax &tabg. 14i97 9
Model 8648 Subje.i to presale. model 7104

USED TRUCKS VANS & UTILITY VEHICLES
SUPER SALE! SAVE THOUSANDS!
01 Chevy Blazer IS n,...... ...8,5O 02Ford Explorer KIT ......13888 03 ssall Morano..........21,149
01 Toyota Siena LEM rin varn S9,888 02 Ford F-150 KT 4x4 Nice.. 13,888 03Chevitahoe S23K Miles 218,59
99 Dodge Durango Sharp. S,990 03ToyotaTundraShp ...14,888 05 DidgeCrewCan iuce. 21,919
01 Chevy C-1500 Aato..... 10,888 04GMC Enuo SuperDeal. S17,888 03 GMCIYukon SL........... $22,979
02 OlldsBravadia utility vehicle. 11,91 04 Ford Explorer lT ....... 18,888 03 GMC Yukon i" Sharp 24,888
99F ord F-250 Ext.Cah Nice.$12,888 05ChevyC0-1500 Crew Cab i19,88 04MGHC Yukon SIT Leather 21,888
02 ChevyBlazerlSsharp....1888 03 Ford ExplorerXLT Nice-.: '19,888 04ToyotagSelloiaSh5v-8 30,888
01 Nissan Pathinder Look! ..13,788 04 SuzukiX i Loaded .... 9,888 04 LeXus R330 Nav, Loaded..35,888
MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
ECONOMY, M1ID-SIZE, SPORTY CARS
SUPER SPECIALS!
99Mitsubishi Mirage Nice....4,990 99Tota CanrlLNice ......6,888 04 BUickCetur Sharp.......11,888
98 Olds RoencyNice ..... $4990 01 Tota Corolla Auto ........ ,888 4ToyotaOCall r a sharp.,. 14,888
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July 18: Edward P. Hall, violation of county probation
July 19: Otis Pennywell, aggravated fleeing and eluding, reckless driving,
resislng arrest wilhoul violence
July 20: Winna Gattadauro, DUI, possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana; Jennifer Shiver, violation of county probation; Richard Broome.
sentenced fromcourt
July 21: George Huie, Jr., order of attachment, violation of proballon vi':ialion 0f
suspended sentence; Calvin H. Hayes, aggravated assault, domestic battery;
Calvin L. Hayes, resisting arrest without violence. Duane Stafford, violation of
state probation; Andrew Mackendrick, reckless driving
July 22: Cristy L. Harris, diving while license suspended or revoked; Tracy L.,
Pullham, writ of attachment; Deborah Banks, retail theft; John Green, domestic
battery.
July 24: Carol Lewis, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and drug
paraphernalia Reginald Solomon, resisting arrest without violence, unregistered
motor vehicle, Darryl Gaudelie, possession of meih, possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana
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.


Remember, If
You Can't Come
To Us, Just Give
Us A Call, We'll
Drive It To You. *


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The County Record, JULY 27, 2005, Page 12


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
.Blountstown, FL

SPlease Call Billy Rogers
Wifh Any Questions at

800-847-6422


POSITION AVAILABLE

The City of Biluntstowri is
accepting applications to lill a
.temporary position for a


FIELD CONSTRUCTION
FOREMAN
CDBG SEWER LINE
PROJECT

Applicaiion- may be obtained
from City Hall between the.
hours of 7:00 A.M. and 4:00
P.M., weekdays, at 20591
Central Avenue WesI,
Blounisiown. Florida 32424:

Applicants must possess a high
schhoo dipllnoa or equivalency,
A-State of Florida valid driver's
'license and a working home
telephone Qualified applicant
must manage portions of the
project and install sewer line.

The Cily ofBlo~untstlwn is an
Equal Opportunity Employer
and is a Drug Free Workplace
7/27/05


POSITIONS AVAILABLE

The City of Blountstown is
seeking applicants o fill.several
Temporary positions in the

MAINTENANCE .
DEPARTMENT

Appilcalions may be obtained
from City Hall between the hours
of 7:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.,
weekdays, at 20591 Central
Avenue West, Blountstown, -
Florida 32424.

Applicants must possess a high
school diploma or equivalency, A
Slate of cr'crda ,aaid driver's
license and a working home
telephone. Successful
applicants will be required to
have a Cormirrircial Driver's
Licenses (CDL) or obtain within
two (2) month of employment.

-The City, of Blountstown is an
Equal Opportunity Employer and
is a Drug Free Workplace,
7/27/05


CLASSIFIED AD
S DEADLINE
MONDAY NOON)


Badcock
HOME FU RN ITU RE

&more
Setup and Delivery
person wanted. Must
have Class D License.
Some experience
required. Monday thru
Saturday 9AM-6PM
with one day off during
the week.
pply Inside.



HELP

WANTED

Interim Healthcare
has an immediate
opening for a
CNA/CHM
in their Altha &
Blountstown Area.
,Please call
482-2770 between'
the hours of 8-5
Mon-Fri to
schedule an
interview.
July 27, Aug. 3, 1, 17, 2005


the H.O.P.E.

Program
A 32 bed residentiallacilily for
adiudicated adolescent female
offenders, is currently seeking
Masters Level Counselors in:
Psychology or Social Work.
Registered Interns a plus for
counselors working towards
licensure. Interested applicants
should call (850)722-6117.


OFFICE HELP
WANTED
Big River Construction; Inc. is now
hiring to fill the p''il ion of part full
time bookkeeper & secretary.
Applicants must have verifiable
experience in di counts payable and
receivable. Apply by phone at
850-643-3964
or 850-643-7542.



HELP

WANTED
Full time position for
Lumber Barn. Great
working atmosphere.
Apply in person at
Strickland's Ace
Hardware in Bristol


HELP WANTED I


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


Busy Dental Office, needs Hygienists
part-time, 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.
****************
Carpenters wanted with at least 8 years
experience, have own .tools and truck.
Willing to relocate'to Jacksonville. Must
know how to frame, do.drywall, and siding.
$16.00/hr. Call 904-838-6274.
**R********* ****
Elderly Gentleman desires a 24 hour
caretaker to I..e- anrd ieai at ,;n M.ail your
resume to B.::. 686, Brsiol, FL 32321.

The H.O.P.E.
Program
Currently seeking.FT/PT Youth
Workers to work with female
adolescents w/emotional and/or
behavioral issues. All
applicants must be a high
school graduate and at least 21
years of age with a valid
driver's license.
Please call (850)722-6117.,


SERVICES

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


STUMP GRINDING
Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Call Chris Nissley

674-8081 or Cell: 643-8561




LIVESTOCK

Futon couch, $50; baby cradle, $40.
Call 674.2069.

FREE


FREEI Home Bible Correspondent
Course. non'-denominai onai. Send.your
request to. HBCC, P.O. "Box 88,
.Blountstown, FL 32424.

PETS FOR SALE


Springer Spaniel/Brittany Spaniel
puppies, 6 weeks old: $100. Call
674-8681.

FREE PETS

Free kittens to a good home. Call
674-3884.


I am a playful, energetic, healthy, 3
month-old, male kitten seeking a loving
home. I'm white with large calico
(tri-cqlor) spots.and markings quite
handsome! The vet has given me all of my
shots and vaccinations, wormings and
defleaings as my medical papers will
show. I am completely litter box trained
and waiting for someone to make me a part
of their family. Call 674-5257; leave
message if no.answer. All calls returned.


FOR SALE


MATTRESS.SET New full set with
factory warranty, $99, call 850-222-7783.
*****'* *********
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted china
cabinet. $3K retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374.
************ ****
NEW QUEEN mattress and base. Never
used, in unopened plastic. Must sell, $125.
850-545-7112.
** *.*** ***********


NEW Brand Name King Mattress Set,
$250, in 'factory plastic, warranty.
850-425-8374.
**. *****************
NEW BEDROOM SET: Beaui;iul lch-.r,
Louis Philippe 8-piece wo.:d Kin'rg si-inr
bed drescir mirror, chest, 2 rrl.aljnds
'Sug .si 46i, sell $1650. 850-545-7112.
******** ********
New leather sofa and loveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-2113.
****************
CHERRY 'SLEIGH BED- $250. Brand
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879.
***************
6 pc. full/queen bedroom set. New in
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783.
*********'*** ****
Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty, $150.
850-426-8374.


Happy Jack Kennel Dip II: treats fleas,
ticks, mange, stop scratching &
'gnawing without steroids. Contains
NO solvent. Biodegradable! ALTHA
FARMERS COOP, 762-8749.
W,;\W i *** ..*:" *." ** i.
27" TV with remote, $100. Call
674-4915.


Hotpoint range with digital control oven
setting,'$200; Kenmore bill in ,ihwa.rir,
$200; queen size waeerbed win new
mattress liner and heater bo,.ksheii
headboard and 2 -riacnng rngil sianrid
$100. Call 762-3908.
***************** *
2003 Honda CRF-80 din tr.ie garage
Iepl nrdrJen ie5s hian '30 hours, lik nrie.
$1 65', Cal1 674-4085 arer 5.p.m.
o. .k* **.-* ***** .' -
21' 2002 Trail-Lite by R-Visioh camper,
enclosed, Chassis Undercarriage. Call
'after 6 p.m. 674-4233.:
'


BOATS & MOTORS


16' 2000 model G3 boat with 40 HP
Yamaha s.siainles sleel prop, stick steering,
fish hnder, lve well, 'bilge pump, VHF
radio, with trailer, $4-900 Call;674-4915.



M&W Self Storage

RENTALS

7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$25* 10x i ...$45
10x20...$80
*. NO DEPOSIT **
rAl I 7A2-R8807 nR 76A2-555


FOR SALE

(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.


Twin bed with frame, $50. Call
674-4915.


Computers for sale new or factory
relurt:ine ,3 d .:. pute r l1'.I.nlit:.r:. Inkjet &
Laser Printers, CD's, CD-RW, CD Drives,
Zip Drives, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call RuSeII A Peterson at (850) 674-2958,
177.-5 Cr,.,.er St., Blountstown. E-mail:
russellp@digitalExpt.Com.
****** *..* ** -

.2005 Recreation By Design 33' travel
trailer, AC, i.:-is of storage, holding tank, LP
lar.j-. sleeps 6. NEVER USED! $16,000.
Call 674-5940.
***************
14 kt. Benchmark we.jino bar,n.:i, men's
,mm band, size 9; .women's' 4m In tJn
size 7, $300 OBO; 14 .t aii mn:,rn s:ol ire
engagement ring, -ie .400,
wedding gown, ivory, top is fitted with
crystal beadwork an l pjinnlrn lrlapi ..ir,
elegant, size 8/10, $.-' 5OBO A.d.r.inq
veil, shoulder length with diamond and
pearl accents, goes cLbauiijul,' rith
wedding gown, $75. OBC Call 674'96;',.


CARS & TRUCKS


1984 Camaro Z28, good (r:.ndiir 5.0
,liter, 305 with 4 speed -ra3nrrii-;:..:n Call
674-4313 or 643-8064.
"i'' :'> ** **' ." *
1981 Blazer, 4WD, engine runs great,
needs transmission work, 67,000 miles,
$1800 OBO. Call 674-7854.
******** *.* *******

2001 Ford Expedilion (Edi;:le'Bauer),
'68 O) n-,i e l ls excellentt con.: iiion (loaded),
1 owner, '1 ,5..j00 Call d, ,s 67-1-3601'or.
nor-. 6-7.5
.* * .

2003 Ford Expedition, EddJe Bauer,
5 4L engine. leihr D'.'D newv lire- arnd
niu.:r, rn.:.r_ E:.e- E i..ller oi-jar.ior. 7 '. IOi0
Sr,,,.- nrii,l If 1, i 50 C all .74-4085
after p.m..'


1997 Geo Prizm, runs great, great gas
n, ;idealqe body needs a bumper,.asking
i i".i0 OBeO Call 674-9129 or 643-1886.
***************** .,
2000 Mercury Marquis LS, leather,
ultimate pkg., 51,600 miles. $8,500. Call
674-8827.
i **** x ,***** ** w
1990 Lincoln Town Car, light blue,
. i-. iri ~ 11400 'Call 674-9392.
****,*************
1994 Lincoln Town Car r.~e.- re.ar end
runs great, nro I .>,, damage .45,j 01j ri '30B
1992 Cadi lac, mo, rarr,:iri-nii.':ri, body
and n'.:. iltl $500.00OBO. Call 643-5630.
S, **************** .
2001 Ford Expedition XLT, excellent
condil-.n, 58 1000 miles 6 CD crange'r
elec,:rc locl windowsw, cruise control,
.$16,000. Call 674. 942


Bucket Truck Operators

Groundsmen for Tree Trimming Crew
Experience and
Valid Drivers LicenseRequired

1-800-763-4718


AUCTION
Sat., July 30th. 8:00 a.m.
Chipley, FL
SSeiilrl surplus Wishinqgl:n County.School
Board aindc ',as.iingon i 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.
SWatch for signs.
S20+ :ch.:.ol busei (Di;e.el & Gas);
.- Tr-.-ior Truck.
4 Van Trailers
Several vehicles
SE .eril Ihre. rims and misc. items
Mason Auction & Sales LLC #642
Campoibelilon. FL
i850i.23.047-~ ofil:e
S85-258-7652, Chad
S85c.-4991: Todd
650.8-649.0'2. Geraid
'" ,W m3sc',najctlicn coni


WANTED


Looking tor a house to rent to, own in
'B,'unislown, Altha or Clarksville area.
Call 850.-718-7527 and lease a message.
*****************
Wanted: Large satellite dish; 5 lb.
buckets of okra. Call 674-1652.


CET

THE


JOB DONE!




FREE NON COMMERCIAL ADS PHONE: 674-5041 FAX: 674-5008 E-MAIL: therecord@gtcom.net


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July 27. Aua 3. 2005


EOE DFVVP


Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown
currently has an opening for
DIRECTOR OF NURSING
Qualified applicant must be a Registered Nurse. Experience in long
term care required. Must be a team player with good written and verbal
communication skills and must be able to multi-task in stressful
situations. Qualified applicants apply in person at
17884 NE Crozier Street,
Blountstown, FL or
Call Renee Halstead at (850)674-5464.


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YARD SALE


Yard sale, 2 families, Sat., July 30, 20449
NE Bridges Ave., 7:00 a.m. until. Lots of.
housewares, shoes, clothes size 14-16;
kids toys, games, CD's & more.


Yard sale, Sat., July 30, 7:00 a.m. 12:00
noon at the Liberty County Courthouse.
Many new and used items. Items include
dryer, hot water heater, window A/C unit,
desk, toys, furniture, clothes, tools,
bicycles, Home Interior brand pictures and
porcelain collectibles, Avon Cape Cod
pieces. Much more:

Yard sale Sat., July 30, 7:00 a.m. until at
20472 NE Bridges Ave., off Charlie John
'St.. Boy, girls, men & women clothes,
some furniture.


FOR RENT

1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place lo live"'
Rental Assistance

Sutton CnE p.I ni,
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


FOR RENT


For rent Didr iraiers semi-fumished,
no pets. 674.401 .
** .* ***
RV trailers for rent, $75 $80 week
TOsI uliles Ii urnrirhed 2 bdr Irailerswhen
available Call 674-4 011.

MOBILEE HOMES


Mobile home for sale. 2003 1600 sq. n .
3 tdr j2 tih apprianices in kitchen
nc ,lueled ojn 2 46 acre., in Clarksville area.
$80,000 Call 674-1492

AUCTIONS


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The County Record, JULY27, 2005, Page 13


," Local woman

.sustains minor

injuries in crash
A Calhoun County woman
was fortunate to sustain only
minor injuries when her SUV
crashed Sunday afternoon.
Juanita Alford. 36. was
northbound on Hwy. 69 at
Pine Island when, for an
unknown reason, her Nissan
Xterra ran off the road, struck
a culvert, went airborne, and
did a complete rollover.
Alford was treated and
released. The accident is being
investigated by Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper Jason
Britt. Charges are pending.




Letters to the Editor


a disability which on some days
he isn't able to get into his car to
drive to these places to get the
necessities of everyday life.
I'm not being ugly about the
letter. But it upsets me when the
handicap and the disable people
Can't go to town with things that
God has blessed them with. I
hope that God doesn't give me
any disabilities to where I can't
Drive my car or bicycle to town.
Because that is my only trans-
portation besides my legs that I
Shave. And losing my legs would
be bad because I have no one to
- help me from one place to anoth-
'er.
S So people if you' are worried
About John Michael, Nathan and
SBud just remember that they
don't drink and drive.
SAbout the golf carts being sold
in our town their is a lot of peo-
Spie xwho drive from their house to
Sthe mail box ard it is amazing on
Show many golf carts there is in'
SCalhoun-County. And about the
Golf course that Blountstownm
: had, well it shut down maybe if
the grass got cut .people' might
:play. :
SIn closing I hope that all the
Disabled people in our town
enjoy everything in life that God
Shas blessed them with.
SLove, Trenda
Blountstown, FL
SDear Editor,
First, let me thank all of the
--emiployees that worked so hard
to restore power f'Al.- iin h.-, rri-
Scane Dennis.. Their efforts are
much appreciated. 1 also was
pleased that my power was only
o f for a day and a half as a result
of the hurricane.
This ex'penence though has
left me scratching my head.
Experiencing 3 hurricanes in
Central Florida last year, I was
able to keep power each time
until well after the :hurricanes
made landfall and winds reached
the 50+ mph range. What I do-
not understand is how here,
when winds probably did not
exceed more than about 30 mph.
electricity would go off 8 hours
before Dennis landfall.
Ndow, I understand that a tree
can go down or a transformer
may blow here and there, but the
severity of the stormdid not jus-
tify the approximately 15,000 of
the 26.000 customers" electricity,
being interrupted.
As members, of the West-
Flonda Electric Cooperative and
thus part owners, we owe it to
our power line service employees.
and to our customers to find out
why our electricity delivery sys-
tem is so delicate and take meas-
ures to make it much more
secure.
Ray Gillis
:Blountstown
Dear Editor:
I would like to take this oppor-
tunity to praise and thank the
vigilantes ,in the Live. Oak
Heights subdivision section of


Calhoun County who successful-
ly eradicated one of the killer
dogs (the boxer) who as many of
you will recall murdered my cat
Nikki and attacked my elderly
mother as she tried to stop this
attack. This same dog continued
to terrorize the neighborhood in
Live Oak Heights, even though
its owners were well aware of its
aggressive acts. The owner's
response to other complaining
residents (as with Nikki)-the sit-
uation couldn't be controlled
because the children let the dog
out.
For those of you, such as
myself, one of our own county
commissioners, neighbors and
others whoh have experienced
first hand what these dogs are
capable of and the apathy and
indifference of their owners-we
can take a lesson from this. The
current "'justice" system does not
work: as I already knew. But. as
many of you may not know. I
sued these owners and lost. as I
Ukne~ I would, due to the good
ole' boy system. However, I made
them face me and own up to the
fact that they did not return my:
calls, answer my letters and why
they tned every way under the
sun to avoid coming to the hear-.
ing. At the hearing, I made them
listen to how Nikki could not
defend herself, fight ba&k in any
way because she was outnum-
bered and they got the jump on
her. As my elderly mother
S(riantrJiuL r of MniLicla.l
Guilford) tried to : repel this
'attack these dogs turned and
Attacked her. I came home to a
dead cat-but I could have come
home to. a dead mother lying in
the front yard with my \cat on
that hot humid 90 degree
August day. Nothing will bring
my. precious Nikki.back. For the
privilege I had of loving and being
loved by'Nikki, I will not rest
until this situation is rectified.
She was an incredible cat and I
Sowe her so much for all she gave,
to me. I shame the owners of the
dogs who perpetrated these'
vicious horrible unspeakable
acts because they are directly
responsible for it.
Did rmy quest .'for "justice"
make a dent?. No. You see igno-
Srance .stupidity, apathy 'and
indifference are a dangerous
combination. Ignorance can be
cured, but 'stupidity- is forever.
People who allow their animals to
terrorize other people and their
animals are ignorant, 'stupid,
negligent arid irresponsible
Because there is no leash law,
this problem continues. People
will put up fences as I have; keep
loaded, guns/baseball bats
handy and other self defense
items to protect themselves as
Sthey try to move about the neiLh-
borhood. The vigilantes will keep
antifreeze on hand. A leash' law
is a step in the right direction so
the vigilantes will not have to act.,
However, unfortunately at this
point there is no other alterna-
tive.,,


SIf a manageable leash law is
enacted with "zero" tolerance -we
can prevent the inevitable--
either the death of our loved ones
or the death of the offending ani-
mal. As it'stands now, there is
no "justice". My situation is a
case in point. All the owners had
to do was take responsibility -for.
their animals. They refused to do
this. The boxer that killed my cat
and attacked my mother was
subsequently killed by the: vigi-
lantes with antifreeze-a horrible
death, not to be.wished on any-
one. So, we can do nothing or we
can enact a law. If there is no
law, then the vigilantes must act
to maintain the harmony and
safety of our community.ll
Otherwise, if still you.want "jus-
tice" in Calhoun County I sug-
gest you get.a "dog" and name
him "Justice", because it is the
only "justice" you will get.
Brenda Guilford


Mike (Hot Deal) Whitfield


04 CHEVY SILVERADO
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owned vehicles or from your own personal truck/van.
Experience preferred but training is available for the
right individual.
We offer great pay, 401k, & health/dental insurance.
newsto Bruister & Associates is an EOE and a certified drug
free workplace.. Background checks required and
candidates must have a good driving record. Call
888-210-2447 for more Information.






Large US Postal: Contractor


Tractor-Trailer Driver


$19.00 + per hour.' Clean MVR,


2 yrs. recent experience,

minimum age 25, no felonies.


Ernie or Kayla for details.



866-781-2245 '


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NOW: $16,988
OR: $288/Mo.*


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NEW LCEa PFIE, V6,SPCILER
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OR: $348/Mo.* OR:$518/Mo.* OR: $288/Mo.* WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS OR: $308/Mo.*

We Make It Happen, Because We Want Your Business!


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BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
PONDS
Licensed and Insured
Call tor FREE Estimates
We Accept Major Credit Cards
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NOW: $15,988 NOW: $11,988 NOW: $15,988 .
OR: S278/Mo.* OR: $208/Mo."* OR:$278/Mo.*


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

High School English Teacher

Terms of Employment: 10 months
SSalary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
Experience
Applicant Qualifications: English Certification, Valid Florida
'Certificate. '
SApplications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by July 29, 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 Opportuniry Employer
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The County Record, JULY 27, 2005, Page 14


U ~I7-~i! F W__T


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
Sealed proposals. subject to the minimum
general conditions herein, will be received by
the 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
"Property/Llability/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.
Proposals will then be opened and read
aloud for City Council comment during the
Regular Session of the City Council, the same
day at 6:00 P.M.. 17262 NW Angle Street.
Blountstown. Florida 32424.
Please provide eightt (8) copies ol all proposal
iliformatlot,. In addition to the original
proposal, so that each City Council member
and City Attorney can simultaneously review
the bid being opened.
The City Council reserves the right to reject
any or .ill bids deemed In tihe best interest of
the City.

Bl BY: R.W. Season. Mayor'
FROM: Jimmy W. Hand. City


Ma






IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
COUNTY, FLORI


anager/Engineer
July 20. July 27





IF THE 14TH
SFOR LEON
DA


CASE NO.:2005-DR 1437
JAMES ERIC McCALLISTER
Petitioner,
and .
LAVELLE DELORAS McCALLISTER
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE.
To: Lavelle Deloras McCallister
2203 West Pensacola, Apt. H2
Tallahassee, FL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been
filed against you and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on James McCallister. whose address is P.O.
Box 135, Hosford, FL 32334 on and before
July 5, 2005 and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at 302 S. Monroe St., Rm.
153. Tallahassee. FL 32307. before service on
Petitioner or. immediately .thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default may be entered
against you for the .relief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk. of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. .(You may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed Io tbe address on
': record at the clerk's office.
WARING: Rule, 12.285. Florida Family
Law Ru& .of PRoedllres. requires eertaln
autom,,T1" disclosure of documents and
nlformallon Failure to comply can result In
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated this June 6, 2005
Bob Inzer
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Leon County, Florida
July 6. 13. 20,:27, 2005


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
r"'--IT:T-E HEfEEi'i CiP'EL THT Belts Land
Company. Ine hr'ld- Of i ,. lhre loII.:\
i'eruniiiLal na ii..i3 jii ct.t -il:', I li. a i l i
'-. Cc d [i,) t:, i' jc-' iherr'on The :eritrlii:,,
rnumrnr r jna r i ia .:.i1 i-' r.,jr ec Lnre .*e_,:ripLJ.:.r
rfl &-% prmpeeL., 3aj ,lher, na ii In MrMh'h IL ,3.
Cierikia i l : i tr ji I i'uini:': 2001 -
',ES.CRiF'TIiPri OF FfiC'iPERT'i' B:.r,n a- the
,|Jh| 'tI Ctrer ,"f lr,,': ',: l !,2 aL the
T :,,r,_'h 2 1,1,ri RV-n r i 1 C 1, I r ,Iin fa tl
S 126 I'e.i Lkd-,in run ril:ih 5"20 eet i:.1 n F irj .,t
BECiresrriG intri run Ei't :"' ee:.; thence
North 40'feet: ir.rn,:e V' -it I le.;: thence
Southl J') i..'t i:. ie POINT OF BEGINNING.
: The a'ij c ,'leirlelcr. Il- io ii alif, j-'."iTi ac L.:.,l
20, Block p.11, 'A unre.:o,.:io FT'nj. oii Iinhun
County Florida..
NAME In \HI-i-' i.AItEDtICO .I.:epi. :'ii 701
Ce'lr. Circl 5 ,pcon,..e'r:, rii il '.:','... i'-. 41: o .

Said Propets r oeir.g ir.e '.:uuri i CALHOUrN
STATE OF FLOFjUD Lnirle: -',cli i.eti-lia e
rsli be redc'iri' d ci,:ij r lrn 1 I .
troperil. ,ai'-:e'L.ed i rn i,:h CI:util. aIe shall 'be
SOLD. t the highest bidder at the Courthouse
door on the i ki. ~l, ,,i 'epiF.lmb 2:'i00 at
10:00 A.M. C .T .i '.
E, F ri 'TH ATT.W', A'
C I e r .-:A Lhe Ci,'-.,j C.:Ufl -:A'
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LEGALNOTIC


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
.CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN

Sealed pfor.:.al utl".i ,. rr.c minimum
general condii.;u.- r.errin will t r-e.:iyed by
the City of Blo lr.it l.r n Florl.Ji -. ntil- 4:00
P.M.. C.S.T.. tni, ,.Ii e, r in 'ti:- 20591.
Central Ave: W.. Blountstown. Florida 32424
on Tuesday. August 16. 2005: Mark
"Gas/Diesel Bids" on'envelope.
The City 'i Bil.-,.un-is,,n is requesting
proposals for h:,:.lIrr .inJ tdic.el for use in the
operation of public vehicles,
Bid forms r"-'.liuirJ irr, b- obtained at City
lIall. 2Q591 Central Ave. W. Blountstown. FL.
Bid forms must be used by each bidder
itibmiilna a bid. Otherwise itoa %ill not be
'-, d,:rs 'i r

Anty bld submitted after the specified hour
and date will rI n.I :e .rpnerd :r .,onsldered'.
The Cli ielept. aii. re-p:.nsllilllt' for mailed,
proposal' ih.i m rrie i CIt. Iialll after the
above siar.l uIm eten Irnc.ugh the envelope
may reflect a i.aimr-rk prior to the above
date.
Fr:up:l will then 'be opened and read
aloud olr (-iin Council comment during.the
R-'giil r rSs'lon cl Ih Cn'ii iutiil ih.' ,mn,.i
.do, i r.O ,'-, P M NI 172,2 Ni w' .\r,- le Sir.-'-'
BI,.., i-,,wl fl..rlld., 02424
Please provide eight (8) cople- f all pr.:p':.31l
information. !-in .addition it. Iti, or0II
/proposal, so that each City (..,,,.rll .Temr,.r
and City Attorney carl simultaneously review
the bid belng opened.
'Thecylty Council reserves the right to reject
in\ .r all bids deemed in the b-,l Irt.re,.i ..f


BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
FROM: Jimmy W. Hand. City
Manager/Engineer
July 20.
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 inspection In the office of the
Architect. 2910 Caledonia Street, Marianna,
Florida.
Drawings and specifications may be obtained
from the office of the Architect at Post Office
Box 861. 2910 Caledonia Street. Marianna.
Florida 32446. Contractors may obtain one (1)
set of documents upon $40.00 deposit, which
will be refunded only to those submitting a
bona fide bid and returning said documents
prepaid, In good condition, within ten (10)
days after receipt of bids. Contractors
requiring more than one set may purchase a
full set of documents for $30.00 per set,
NON-REFUNDABLE.
Bidding documents will be sent UPSS. collect,
unless otherwise specified.


Each bid must be accompanied by a bid
bond. n certified or cashier's check. made
payable to'the Calhouii Corunty School Board,
Blountstown. Florida In the sum of 5% of the
base !bid as a guarantee and with an.,
agreementtht t he bidder will not revoke or
cancel his bid or, withdraw from the
competition, for a period of thirty (30) 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 Into written contract with the
Calhoun County. School Board in accordance
with the accepted bid. Upon award of
contract a Performance and Material and
Payment 'Bonid will be required of the
successful bidder. The cost of the bond will be
Included as part of the bidder's bid proposal.
Certified checks offered as bid guarantees
must have Florida Documentary Stamps
.atached.
The Owner reserves the right to waive
informalities In any bid; and to reject any or
all bids. or to accept any bid and any
combinatlor. .:.l il',i, ,'r- separate bid-
prices that, ir. eir,, lu.ln'mri,i will be to the
best Interest .i r .I,..... i u,,Y I.ui School Board.
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
B', M M N r, 5..l: N, e.-: u|fri.- .]r..1.:
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Ir,'Ti.- PiEF.E- l i I, .E l--i i Bells Land
Com pany. i r- r..i 10:ir A Ii ti ': i ,:.i i .ri1
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SEcl th*-,nc- "Ir:rl 46il it I Mence Ejv I *:,l6
Feet thencceriouS h 410 Ifee l FOCB The at.:.e
deri e it alo k no 'n a' Lol 26 Bloc,:a f7
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?,TA E OF FLORID II,01.:_ i.JM:r. ceii Ml.Ai,"
Esh il Dr i.re-Jeen.m r.i i,'slira: I IL, s Iht:,
SOLD it, tr: rn reil. Dii.3d r ji Ir te C i:.ui-nr,,:,.J
a.:r orn tIe i t da,\ of SepLem:r 2''005 2
Cl.._-l-. ," r, i L-r-,',ii CcJrf ..*"'
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NOTICE OF ACTION


BEFORE THE BOARD OF NrRSNNG
IN RE' The license to practice nursing
Evelyn Smith Carter. C.N.A.
20790 Clark Ave.
Blounlslown. Florida 32424
CASE NO- 2003 07204 2003-07213.
S2002 27489 & 2002-27490
LICENSE NO. 9""""..889

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in :. r I, r l hi iTi uir :. l jr i 3 ,l ". :.I.: :.-5,'nil a ,:in
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I aN iHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nFORT EENIH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I AND
FOR CALHOUN COUNTY FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 05 214CA
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1 0 : K A R J I K (I ,W H I '- ,\'P I I '1 ll ,I 'l,- I I t I ,- 1
and or %iRGINI,\ MOAT ihrIi f l hil-i 1t
_s1nlJ .;S hcol .ln l''. .ri..Tl, j:_, a /P,]llr'H
.arili Ol otl-r pl, irli,'l'iilcnliir i', ,li,,',nwln
undrr id ,r aguhla KrlI, hr'inrlni. nn,;- d _' lIl',
M o a t, a n d .1ll iLl u'I p fif il l'- i I 'lw nl hi 1- ,


through, under or against tneam 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 other
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 1/4 of Section 30, Township, 1
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 100 feet, thence run West
175 feet, thence run North 100 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
and you required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to It on H. Guy Green,
Plaintiffs' Attorney, whose address is 4387
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 default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in this
petition.

WITNESS my hand the seal of this Court on
the day of June, 2005.
SRuth W. Attaway, Clerk
-Clerk of the Circuit Court
Calhoun County.-Florida
July 20. 27; Aug.-3, 10, 2005




PUBLIC AUCTION .
Paul's WreckerSeSrvice will hold a public'
auction on August 15, 2005 at 10:00 a.m.
i: T i


1997 Kia Sophia
Vin# KNAFA1257V5311356
Blue in Color

Auction will be held at Paul's Wrecker Service,
17311 N.E. Pear Street, Blountstown, Florida.
Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right to.
reject any and all bids.
PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
July 27, 2005


I LEG~~ALNTC I


PUBLIC AUCTION
Paul's Wrecker Service will hold a public
auction on August 16, 2005 at 10:00 a.m.
(C.T.).
2002 Ford Taurus SES
Vin# 1FAFP55U82A129864
White in Color

Auction will be held. at Paul's Wrecker
Service, 17311 N.E. Pear Street, Blountstown,
Florida.
Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
July 27. 2005




PUBLIC AUCTION

Paul's Wrecker Service'will hold a public
auction on August: 11. 2005 at 10:00 a.m.
(C.T.).
1982 Chevy Caprice
Vin# 2G1AN69H5C1129466
Purple in Color

Auction will be -held. at Paul's Wrecker Service.
17311 N.E. Pear Street, Blounlstown, Florida.
Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right to
reject i,, Al .1 i .. .
PH: "*:"'* 7-+ l':'' 971
July 27, 2005




NOTICE OF DISPOSAL
M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS will
dispose of contents .: .I r. ,,:,ll -ii I r: i'
S 28 & 31: Robert it .. ,. ,_,i i ,:,n
Williams,; Unit 33; C,'.- .,_, 1.r', 2
Norman Parrett, Un ii :.ii. It..:li.lI= i.-i '
on Friday, August .. "':. TI.r.
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property.
July 27; Aug. 3, 2005




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION,
P05-027
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JANE E. BAILEY a/k/a JANE ELIZABETH
HOWELL
Deceased


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Jane E..
Bailey, deceased, whose date of death was'
March 26, 2005, Is pending in the Circuit
Court for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate,
Division; the address of which is 20859 SE
Central Avenue, Blountstown, Florida 32424.
The names and addresses of the co-personal
representatives and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other,,
persons having claims demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this

See Legals, Page 15


AARON R. HOLLOWAY

LL.M., Estate Planning

Of Calhoun County


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n notice is required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
S ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice
is July 27, 2005.
Personal Representative:
Barbara Cogdell
8 Blue Crab Point
Savannah, GA 31406
Attorney for Personal Representative:
J. Mark Fisher
Florida Bar No. 494992
148 SE, Miracle Strip Parkway. Suite 2
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Telephone: (850) 244-8989
July 27; Aug. 3, 2005
N OTIC


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a
Writ of Execution issued in Circuit Court, of
-Calhoun County, Florida. on the 11th day ol
May, 2005, in the cause wherein WINIFRED
ELISE WHITECROSS AS SOLE EXECUTRIX OF
THE ESTATE OF EDWARD HALL WHITECROSS
Swas the plaintiff and JANI SALONEN AND'
SALONEN MARINE. INC. was defendant, being
Case No. 2001-360, in said Court, I, David L.
Tatum, As Sheriff of Calhoun County. Florida,
-have levied upon all the right, title, and
-interest of the defendant, JANI SALONEN AND
S- ALONEN MARINE, INC. in and to the following
described real property, to-wit:
EXHIBIT "A RIVER PROPERTY"
I ;Tract No. It
SA parcel of land situated and being in Section
-3, and Section 4, Township 1 South, Range 8
SWest, Calhoun County, Florida .and more
particularly described by metes and bounds,
A -to wit: Commence at the Northwest Corner of
' Section 3, Townrship 1 South, Range '8 West,
'Calhoun County, Florida, ar.d itrner.-: run
C L.ih 88 degrees 12 -inur'e EaL Ii. 14 i3
l eeL tO:3 an iron p lpe ruJn ti-enr.: i-.uh i,.
S-degrees 56 minuiLes \ei 5'94 52 LO a
Sconcite monument, said concrete monument
teuing the FuPoir ut Beginning, from said Point of
e .0lecir.lrirn .iolrunL Lh-r-.. 5olr. 60 degrees,
- 0 ,: mir,',.i ?'.'e i'60 ,0 I.'e ,: i:a concrete
S, onuiment lying on the West bank of the
S .rp.]aCli: :oi Ri,.r an belr.n 55 i' rou-Ln o f
i mle Me3n n.rh ., ier licrl il .d c,.nre:rIe
- rli ilueilnri lle.rL MCean,.er PF',ir.t rJi,, I lb.- .":
-S..iLi 42 *j'iC.:: 47 rranukei e;'A-. *-5' l": '
4tIr.- mle !eai.der Lirii'ie .:i Ihe \ei B.ank
S rln beil3 lender Plnrl lNo 2 run ienrce
Si:ul 5,i ajreez i.' m.nrute': I.'e i'.5c.
L. r' I.'uL infr: Men der L .)e *'I ite. t\e;l Bank
S.Tl r .A%,Fa-313r: :ljol iF -. r I-.: a, ir.r-n pir. _:i>
Seo o pin r.? Nler.cnaer Fo-n, Iio, 3 run 'r.enr.:
-. South 30 J ':.Qr -, 4 T.U ui':l- 'el 31'.1 70 i'1eeLi
.I -.,.-i t Ue M.-Iara r-r Lirt- .:I ie \eL A -i bank oi
.h: .~ a r.::.:.l' RI.,- l.:. n irf.r p.ri iJ d 11-
pirn beir.' leinrder F..l 11.:. 4 ruri other .c
~ :,u ir ., ,'ll reez I I ni.n,ie- ,:i- I-'1 !;," l-ei
S- along the Meander Line of the West Bank of
Sthe Apalachicola River to an iron pin, said iron
'pjin being Meander 'Point No..5, thence' run
S. S:..Ir. 4 d-,: .ee 00 minutes West 341.50
L- -el '.or ire Ml-.nder-Line of the West Bank
_-' .f the AF n.-M,'icc,. River to an iron pin, said
ir.,r-' p ..- tr.,-,: oleander Point No. 6: run
thence South 24 degrees 59 minutes West
a'- I .,'i-Cee -alR: ia n e r.l-:rlder LiCn, u i in L
"Wet BSnk Oi tihe Apalda-hliotli Ri.er Lt a
eoriCTeie ir-orrumeri s3u1 concrete rec pornlmerGI
beina mTienaner Poinl rino 7 rCan iLnclr.cC rijin
f.1t9 egree- S1 m nute-. vei Lc- t -ii' 1 c le[
conr.reie m r:n lu-ent !lin~ I30 ri E _:ii ,r1 Le
penterlihp af 1 re I Mar.li'iil arn Ellni .El. r
F,iir.lr~ d i' .ou- irEi'nlc-l p:.ir i .j.Lr l ee 7.l
rnirute a_-i 449: 3 fee'? .lo. h ,ine li inL .30
'ideet a ,l *j l the Paraill:l Ia: ise B cnr iiin e h0r :l
ihe MN3rl 3 ar, erln n i, l IrunrL, rn pIi', .3 io


p arall'l ato .he erielcir :.f tLhe nMaFiarnna arn
5,Lou r, to n F.a ii.r .a C r. 3 concrei c
Trl':,nij erI. r ri Lrer.c. rj.,rth .21' :re:'crei 34

tIne Mariamnr, a.nd Blc.-,.-._[.rn R-icuad lo a.
(,unlree m.riinuiiTet run r hence l:iuth 89
de...e 04 mr .cuiL EI. ir4F. -,.'2 -b i tolthe
Fo.nri jl Bi.InrI.nL
ASEMENT NO. I:
A perpei til eac rcni i':r in. : purif..:.i-e .
perintllUrCL a:C.:- L..O rl Lr.., he p .-pi-, c-i
*'Oa'iiL TihTber Llnd ianI FRlp L. oiiadioaLI..n
5ecr:,.nE 3 ,rid 4 ,..i T.:.T.tihip I S,:,,jtr Ran.r,
Wezl Ca'rl,,ur Counrt Fl-:-rida ani iTiorce
parrucularl aic-l.rirled ih -iLi Cnmmence at
the NOriL.he'% L C.,rnrc .:.i' Ine pr.,peri.\ .:.
ioj.ailal Tlint-r Larji 3ri F Pulp C.:'fpi'iira.jn arj
FUrn then:e sCulr. 0i oOc aLre.:4 rnr riJtc Ej
62., ieel more or Il- along Ire Wr'e-
obrndar oi ihe prcopneri. or Cia-al TimTrrer
.land an1 Pulp ,'rpi:iall:, rn1 rur nlheriinc
SSOui 2u ,ieree. 24 .iTtnul' E-i c. 1- ') -1:
m'.ore or lei. alo-rg Lthe 'e-iL i.ounclrin .)I ithi
prluperin ol Coai.li Timber Land and Pulp
C..rp, orLioalon I.: a .:.irnt al Fp irl' ilinl ,.n the
renter lne i a perpenlua eai elnent u0 I'I
'a"ie and belngr te PoInrl O.' Bejrcln f r:in fr..
,id, Point i. BeIrrinirln g run inren'e .-e'ier',
E,60 eel. more or ile it Ire E3ai bC.:ndi3r, ot
ihe Rjihi oi ,i a\ of )p p.ubli Road lr. i ar .
RTer Sireei iaid line cnr: uthe p..-nlr line of
perm.i'il nrhI oif ,i3i Ciemern i ir-:t' pier .i. c
anr. Iirng 36 leiei on eaih ;ide *:.i ard Fp-alld
ro and 3dlaceni t., ihe corner line herein
1 e cr ied
LESS THE FC&LCr" NlC .E'iE'RiBEb
'PF.OPERR' DEEDED TO FARAIEPS MiLL .4D
'LE ATOR fIra: Flor,,da C.:.rporai i'on b, :
Asrant'i DeeId daled rM.l, 4 Iric'.. recorded
PFeDrtar' m 21i 1.T6 in OF, i .:l. lb pane
44J3 Gl Lh. FublC Re':.:.rd:. l Ci l hh: ,..:., ',
T rid,,,a [c.-'' A parcel ol lan.l in Lire S\ I 4
pi NW I .'14 of SectlC.,n 3 Toiricr.ip I Soitlh
Range 6 "eA. described as3 I'Ollou.
Commence it Ltre Int Corner of sai Section 3
nri run Souinr. iL'rr.:- I- M nii-uI.r ELi1
)344 i3 leei thernce :.:.,uin ,', .]eireec 5,
a.'inulem ,"isi 594 .2 leetI ihlerne Nortirn w
oaeciees 04 minutes %'ea I. 1,4P "2 lee' to '
,r .tr 30 leel E.aL of" i I- c:rerierline 'il f the
aIriarnna anij BIourniii'.., Faailr.:.ad therce
A-'luih 20 degree 34 rnllrilI C Eati along a line
60 I'ee E3asterIy ol and3 parallel L..u -.ail
%Iarianna 3n1 Blounrittcn RFiiroa. 8.164i
Ieel to lhe leirlnnlin; o ia lcr.e ir, ne rin i,.
03i' *m a iw rdi.i- l i 959 1'2 fL ianj u a ermial
ernc'ie i 27 degree-; 41 rriinuie inrer,nc runr
S, ou iLrerl, aln ;-i31'j cuJre 3I.I le-' Ea3i.erli 1' .
rid parallel tL -he rlieiirline c-i -i,' !.lar~ nr.i
grld BlouLricioin, Railroad 462 06 Ieel ihennce
bcoUih 7 decree. 07 n-inule: WeCi. 24'- 73 leii
JrIc-n a line 30 cll Eae leri, oi' and f.-raliel lo
lurlld ananni ind Bl.:unll:i.) n F, 1r.:.-: :-i.: lo -.e.
P:.rlnl of Beginrnilng Ir,ri ai3I Fuoln,' of
BCBirnlr,. run thenrie Soulh 70 decree. 57
Tinultes Eat 626 4 I'eel i:', 5 point on, 'he %tesi
Bank o'i the Apj]acnii:.:,l R.ii Ln'rncre run
ior0h 69 leCree 21l .TiiniLJL tiel e.dl' 61
Fl.ei lo a point 301 I';eLr EaiLerlh o the
eenterllnc of the Mdrlanna and Bi.:-unsiLo.&n
ajir,,ad thence Normr 7 degree 07C. minutes'
a,i 2u0 fee, parallel lo ialI ralilr,,3,j to the
P,.inl of Bcicnnln E ji j3 e scrltc,.3 i
BASEMENTT NO 1.
perpetual easement foir the purpose of
Ierln-liign l a3ce_' ii and fr.:.T, Ithe pf.ir -ril, of
d31'ail Timber L.Ind and Pulp Corlp--rlr.n .
SelI.:.n 3 ard Secton 4 Oil' Tonhip I S1uLh
.nrge 8 ,ei Calhoun Coumntv Florid an,.
",* 'iore particul3rl\ described to uit
omnrrlence .al the Souh'' l iCorrler ol ihe
r bropert\ of Coastal Timber Land and Pulp
orpo'rahion and run thence North 7 degrees
i'17 mnlnuic E-aai 340.' feet. more. or less along
itie 'esi bounder of' thie property of Coastal
Ljmber Land and Pulp Corporation to a Point,
SjJld Point I.ln' onr the center, line of a
perpeLual easemenlI 60 i'eet 'ile anrd tilni the
.oinl oi Beglnning Fr.rm i1id Poln. .i
Begblnni^g. run Ihence Wr'ierl'.\ 510'feet, more
pr less to he Ejst ,unl3ar. of the right of


way of a puDlic road, Known as River Street,
said line being the center line of a perpetual
right of way easement 0 feet wide and lying 30
feet on each side of and parallel to and
adjacent to the center line herein described.
DESCRIPTION: (Parcel ID#
29-1N-08-0000-0002-0000)
Commence at the Southeast Corner of the
Southeast 1/4 of Northeast 1/4 of Section 29,
Township 1 North, Range 8 West, and thence
run North 100 feet, along the center line of.
Charlie Johns Street; thence North 89 degrees
34 minutes West 33 feet, to the West right of
way line of said Charlie Johns Street, to the
POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continue to run
North 89 degrees 34 minutes West, 441.8 feet;
thence North 00 degrees 14 minutes West
333.6 feet; thence South 89 degrees 49
minutes East 443.6 feet to the West right of
way line aforesaid Charlie Johnson Street;
thence Run South 331.67 feet, along the West
right of way.line of said Charlie Johns Street,
to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
I shall.offer this property for sale, on the
steps of the Calhoun County Courthbuse, City
of Blountstown, State of Florida, on the 29th
day of August 2005 at the hour of 9:00 a.n.
OR as.soon thereafter as possible. I will offer
for sale all the said defendant's Jani Salonen'
and Salonen Marine, Inc., right, title and
interest In the aforesaid real property, at
public auction and will sell the satne, subject
to taxes, all prior liens, encumbrances and
Judgments, if any to the successful bidder for
CASH IN HADJD TI,: proi.cead to be applied as
far as may tb*:e i.:. e pi.-ment ,-.'l .o1- and the
satisfaction :.I i e .b.:l.e.de. :r.bled e.e,:u :l,.r.
David L. Tatum,
Sheriff. C3allici jI, i 'Cou r
Aug. 3, 10, 17, 2005

I DO CA U2C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA,
IN-AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY


CASE NO: 04-164-CA
HARRISON FINANCE COMPANY f/k/a
ACCEPTANCE LOAN COMPANY, INC.,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
GRADY MEARS,
Defendant
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
ihi 2iih-, do ,-,f r.:io -n bei 0004 in' Ca _e
rumr.Cci 4-i i 4 i C- A .,i i r Circui C.o..irL ,:.l Irr.
F.OUiCte'nlh. Jun:iaJl -.ircuit in nrd fi,r Ca'lr.'-ur
Counr, Florid3 niereln i-LAR _RJiS O FIN-IIP C.E
C IFAr I' k,,'k ,ACCEPT.ArJCE L .OAI
':OMFP.Ar J'I' I l i Flintil l t ara CF~ DY
ME. i Del'enr,.arn. I ill "_ell to Lh.e rIocrest
jnj t, b i d td er '.1 iIcr I'|-nrn d.:,r ,1I the
Calhufnj .:.ul .,djrfLho-uie ,B,rintItI0-'
Flir.lj j. I 0.6 m ST ,n ihe iLth ,a) oIl
Au12L, 00n5 thI I -ll,, eing dfi.,rlbe:d ,.:3l
anrd p:r,)rnal pr.:pcr-, r i 3 i lr Irnh in ihr
3 -,.TlTr lr, Final .iJLuIlj m eri l 1 r -rcl..--. ure

NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 7. Township 2
North. Range 8 West.
ALSO:
Begin at the NE Corner of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4
of Section 7. Township 2 North. Range 8
West: thence run South 466 60 feel:; thence
run Wes[ 468 92 feet; thence run North
466.60 feet; thence run East 468.92 feet
back to the POINT OF. BEGINNING.
All lands lying and being in Calhoun County.
Florida.
Together with a 1981 Cape Mobile Home, I.D.
No. GAM120E19B8571A.

SitCCE-i.Ft't MIUM BiODDE OF. BiDDERS
A.' TiHE CiE LA' i E IH,-.L POST WITH
E Til ,LEF.K A DEPOSIT E.,uAL TO, S
PER.EriT CF THE FN,\L BID THE IDEFPSIT
SI-tALL BE TFFLILE T.'' THE E-'. PRICE AT
DT-iE N TirlE OF Fr'. ME THE SIM H
'FEM'IJirjil' DiEl AJli,> CtiINC AFTE"
AF'FLiC:ATE lO:N OF TILnE DEF'ZSl 5-tALL 6B
FJ'D TI, THE >-LEF.K ItJ CERTIFIED FijiDl)S
In'l LTER Ti-LA.l TEnII ll DA'S FFROM THE
E,, T F O, SkIE TIE IiCESCLFULt BiLiEEF.
C(.R BujDjERi ,-r T li-t SALE %ILL BE
REQUIRED TO PLACE THE' REQUISITE STATE
DOCUMENTARY STAMPS ON THE
CERTIFICATE OF TITLE.
." DATED LU il 2 d'3i da f .Iul, 1:l A' W : AY :
F LITH \\ ATTAWAY;
Clerk of '.no Coun
July 2. Aug 3 21.315




NOTICE OF APPLICATIONN FOR TAX DEED
NOTiCE HEREB'i C,'.'EI THAT Bellts Land
Company ihc nI'. ;.I.- l ihe frol., Ing
certificate has filed said ceruli.cie Ilr a E..
.eIed 1.:. b1e i-,ued thereon Tre certilic3ae
rnumc r .r ai. yeari 01 -suanirc Ir. dec:rlpuh:.n
i.:. the proper,. an I. Lrhe naine. In which iL i aj'-
3.z-e4e. .,re 3 ll,
Cf.rulic t- o:. 4'-99 searof l--o uab-rCe 2002
DECRICFTF'Tl'j.N i'F PF.OPERTF Eeirl ali thi
TE ':.rr.-i: iO r e 1 I i2 *:I NE I 4 ,.1I rl \ i I o
Section-31, To.. -ni p -2 r.-:rLn Prnge II ii i
Run North '1II l'et .o PFOB Tr.ince run %ie.l
S100 Icel irence r ur. NoL.rh It: el lherice
E i i [ I:: I- i.: her ne uni50 h 40 ieec lIc. FOB
'Tn atbo' ? dei, ribt-. 1: 5i ii. Il- .icn aS ll 31
Bl.:... P'-7 In anr unrecorded plt In Calnourn
n Fl lda
'lAME IN WHICH ASE'SSESED -R.teI Ai-rdr.e.
i \ I_..:. n j1r.d r II"a' rl.ar c &rlI M CIe %l. l I iorl i 3 ,:.
F, Ea1- Brilige E -" 5C. 2q,4-'
5 ld Properit teirnC i C.o .'unrt CALHOUN,
:TATE OF FLORIDA Unleiis ucr. cerilicrle
Shall tI:' redeemen a.:orjin lto ia the
proper' i dc! :ribe,. ir n :,ch crcntiiii e rnaii be
SOLD i,: ir.e rnigne:.i c.idher t Itne C'ourth.:uie
doo-.r irL ]r t -i d:;, l f epiemter 2005, at,
1: 1.1 C T :
i RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
Clerk il l.re CuirCJl Cvlurl lI
C.LL J C.-L COi.Ti FLORjDA
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts Land
Company, the holder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the description
of the property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 528 Year of Issuance: 2001
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Commence at
the SW Corner of the W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NW
1/4 of Section 31. Township 2 North, Range-11
West, Run East 220 feet, then run North 680
feet to POB, thence run East 100 feet, thence
North 40 feet, then West 100 feet, thence
South'40 feet to POB. The above described
land is also known as Lot 16; Block P-10. In
an unrecorded plat in Calhoun County,
Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Donald Caldwell
an ie Norma B. Caldwell. 4194 Hwy. 18S,
Mo'ar, iar. Falls, NC 28654.
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall 'be redeemed .according to law the
property described in such certificate shall be
SOLD to thehighest'bidder at theCourthouse
door on the 1st day of September, 2005. at
10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN. COUNTY, FLORIDA
July 27, Aug. 3, 10, 17, 2005


FOR


INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids will be received by the Calhoun
County School Board, 20859 Central Avenue,
E., Room G-20, Blountstown, Florida 32424
until 12:00 p.m. Central time, August 18,
2005.
There should be a bid on each individual item
to be purchased.
1984 GMC 1 Ton Van
1984 GMC 1/2 Ton Van
1981 Ford 1/2 Ton Van
1979 1/2 Ton Truck
1970 Massey Ferguson 135 Tractor
1976 International Harvester Tractor
7 1/2 H.P. Shop Air Compressor
1500 Gallon Water Tank
Air Pump and Hose
3 Door Freezer
Gas Powered Mud Pump
Metal Cutting Ban Saw
Tilt Skillet
Gas Heaters
Trailer'
Aluminum Scaffold
Foam Sprayer
Gas Stove
Tractor Tires
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The County Record, JULY 27, 2005, Page 16


RYALS IS NEW CHIPOLA BOARD CHAIR-Danny Ryals of Blountstown
was recently elected chair of the Chipola College District Board of
Trustees. Here, Ryals presents a plaque to outgoing chair Brenda Taylor
of Bonifay.


Iq NEWS eVENTS from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce,
0. 20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
(850) 674-4519 FAX: (850) 674-4962


BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
Staff Assistant
Membership Meeting
At last week's Chamber mem-
ibership meeting, Rick Marcum,.
Executive Director of
Opportunity Florida, explained
ihow he can create free webpages
on the Opportunity Florida web
site for local businesses. Please
let the Chamber know if you
would like this "free" service for
your business (telephone 674-
4519 1 or e-mail:
ccchamber@yahoo.com). Then,
we will schedule appointments
for those businesses to meet
with Rick to create the web
pages.
Please bring the following
information to your appoint-
ment: company name, address,
telephone number, fax number,
e-mail address, web site, arid
description of business (services
or products offered). Business
logos and/or photos of business-
es may also be added (Please
bring a hard copy. photo. or dig-
ital image.I.
To review the necessary infor-
mation. please go to the web site:
opportunityflorida.com. Click
'coCunutes" tab, ele,'t 'Calhoun"


county, select "Businesses"
option, and click one of the busi-
ness categories that are listed.
Many local businesses are
already listed, but their informa-
tion may'need updating.
Main Street meets Aug. 1
Main Street usually meets the
first Monday of each month in
the courtroom of the Chamber's
building. The next meeting date
is August 1, at 12:00 p.m. (noon)
CST. All persons, who are inter-
ested in downtown rexitahzation
and historical documentation on
the M & B Railroad, are welcome
to attend. Please remember to
bring a paper bag lunch.
Eco/Heritage Tourism
Workshop
Don't forget that all Board of
Directors are invited to the pre-
liminary meeting, for an eco/her-
itage tourism workshop, at the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
on Friday, July 29th at 10:00
a.m. (CST).
Howard Pardue, Acquisition
Coordinator of Florida National
Scenic Trails. is working with
Visit Flonda personnel to present
thi.,.mneeting and upcoming
;-,orl-;-hhp A-t thl- Settlement.


Settlement Volunteer ofYear

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[1 nei O r I l':il I i tt- N M o tl o l th e_

t Il t Il, ilt liO t taie\ t'."eN_
stlpport L worlh the r`flort r..
Volunl-erst tten t \' of theL r
tnie anrld skills for their com:n!mum-
tv Fe%% of theml consider volun- -
tee-inn outsiLl- Iof their neighbor-
hood or o1\\1. Not Linda lein. Lhe
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement -.k,
Volunteer of the Year :
Linda drn\es frorn Panama Citv
Beach twice a month. regularly
and also for special events.
As the photo shotics. she goes
about her day iii a cheerful and
positive manner. If the store needs
sweeping. she does it: if the flo\\ers
and plants need watering she
does it: whatever needs to be done
is done. She assumes the respon-
sibilit- even Li no one is JiroLnd.
She Is always pleasant and con-
genial.
Linda has brought nman\ friend-s
from the beach to the Sttlemnent.
In addition, she regularly makes
wonderful crocheted iterns to raffle
in the store. .. -- ""
Congratulations. Linda. and
kno\\ that everyone at the I
Settlement appreciates -ou!
"-- -,-i ,.


Dear Gadsden, Liberty & Calhoun
County Residents.
1To years ago I obtained my Florida
Dealer's License due to the frustration of
shopping for a used car. The following three
things made car shopping a big headache
for me:
*Haggling for the best price
*Having to come up with $2000 to $3000
for a down payment, taxes, title and tag


*Paying someone a $5000 $6000 profit
on a $10,000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct Automo-
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Value", which is the price credit unions and
banks will loan you on this vehicle.
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Blood shortage critical


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Southeastern Community
Blood Center (SCBCI reports that
the blood types O Positive. B.
Positive and O Negative for
Jackson County and 24 other
counties SCBC provides blood
to. is at less than a one day sup-
pl ..
All 25 North Florida and
South Georgia counties SCBC
serves are impacted. If the blood
supply does not increase. the
next step will be to reschedule
elective surgeries so that blood
S \ill be available for eniergencies.
Each week 750 donations are
needed to meet the need of
patient surger- and treatments.
A blood donation can give a
"good day" to someone \ith can-
cer: help a Sickle Cell cluid avoid
a crisis: allow a sick patient to
travel or participate in a memo-
rable family event: and offers a
patient speedy recovery from
surgery and the chance to live for
a cure.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center asks healthy mdi-
\iduals, who are at least 17
years old and weighs a minimum
of 110 pounds, to donate blood
and help increase the communi-
ty's blood, supply to acceptable

Teen hospice

volunteers will

hold yard sale
The teen volunteers of
Covenant Hospice are hosting a
sidewalk and yard sale on Aug.
5 and 6 at 4440 Lafayette St. in
Marianna.
The sale starts at 8 a.m. each'
day. Stop by and find great bar-
gains on gently used clothing,
furniture, household goods,
appliances and more. Check out
their selection. of handmade
crafts, birdhouses and home-
made jams as well. Tax-
deductible donations of sale
items are now being accepted.
For information, call Ba-rbara
Bentley at 850-482-8520 or Ioll-
free at 888-817-2191.
Proceeds will benefit
Covenant Hospice's M-arkiiina
office,' helping them to provide
care for palieril:, .-11i life-limit-
ing illnesses In Jar.k-,on,
Holmes, WXoat3trlgtn and
' CajhiJ', I n i '.


levels.
The SCBC is a nonprofit and
the only blood center providing
blood to families in 25 counties
in North Florida and- South
Georaia. SCBC's home office is
located at 17:31 Riggins Road in
Tallahassee. FL with branches in
Thomasville and Douglas
Georgia and in Marianha. FL.
SCBC also has live mobiles
scheduled daily for blood drives
hosted by businesses, civic
groups, schools, churches and
state agencies.
For more information contact
the Southeastern Community
Blood Center's Marianna Branch
at 850-526-4403, 800-722-2218
or at www.scbcinfo.org. The
branch is open Monday through
Friday from 9am-6pm.

Sr. Citizens plan

trips to Orlando,

"Swamp Gravy

Calhoun County Senior
Citizens is planning an overnight
trip to Orlando on Thursday,
September 15 and Friday,
September 16. We will be going
to see "Menopause. The Musical"
(a parody of 26 rel-ricized '60s
and '70s tunes. ith a high-spir-
ited salute to ever' \\woman who
has turned 50.... I'e got a new
attitude!) and then onto Dixie
Stampede for a really exciting
dinner show. '
The cost is only $129.00. If
you are interested in going or
need more information .call
Diane at 674-4163.
And, we are also planning a
trip to Sw\amp Gra'ys' \ery spe-
cial "Christmas Show" in
Colquitt. GA on Thursday,
December 8th. The cost is only
$49.00 which includes the
Christmas program and a fabu-
lous dinner at the Tarrrr Inn.



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