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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Calhoun County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Calhoun -- Blountstown
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Preceded by: Calhoun County times (Altha, Fla.)

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2005 0 98th Year, No. 49 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 0 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


'Man flees


trooper,


caught in


Carksville
SBY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A man who nearly hit a state
trooper head-on decided to take
It on the run Friday afternoon.
but was quickly apprehended.
Joseph Harlin Rimes. 27. was
charged with fleeing and eluding
a law enforcement officer, reck-
less driving, and driving while
his license was suspended or
revoked.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office. Rimes
was traveling on SR 20 in a
white Ford pickup when he near-
ly% hit Trooper Rusty Sisk head-
on A pursuit followed and Rimes
.disappeared. In his search for
the missing vehicle and driver,
*Sisk spoke to a Clarksvllle
woman and asked if a truck
matching the vehicle's descnp-
tion had run through her yard.
"At the time, she didn't think it
*had. but phoned her husband to
check out the area. He arrived
home. spotted tracks going
behind his house, and called the
Sheriffs Office.
Sgt. Adam Terry and Dep.
See SUSPECT FLEES, page 14


ANIMAL ISSUES


Dealing With Dog Dumpinga


BY KELLI.PEACOCK
News Editor
It's a problem that seems
never ending in this region.
Dogs are often spotted
roaming streets in town and
out in.the country. Frail ones,
with rib bones outlined on
loose skin. can be seen on any
given day. scavenging for food
along roadsides.
There are the trucks who
ease onto a riverbank or quiet
street, depositing puppies and
screeching away. certain that
no one has spotted them.
Such was the case on South
Street in Blountstown recently
where two adorable puppies
were found roaming. Beverly de
Monterice, who resides with'
her husband. Paul. off nearby


Chipola Road, came upon this
all too common scene twice in
the same week. "I had to go to
the hardware store and I was
driving by TNT Collision when I
spotted these two httle dogs
running across the street." she
tells The County Record. "I
couldn't believe that someone
would let puppies just roam.
Then the next day I had to go to
TNT Collision to get our car
towed back to the house.
When I got there I spotted the
tow truck, but not the driver. I
looked around and saw a guy
playing with two little puppies.
Then he told me that the neigh-
bor said that someone just
dumped them. He had been
feeding them. but couldn't take
care of them."
Although she and her hus-


band already have two dogs of
their own. she couldn't just let
these puppies fend for them-
selves. "I decided to bring them
back to the house and see if I
could place them in a loving
home." she says.
Friends Monica Segers and
Tanice McClain were helping
out at her home.that day. "They
knew exactly what to do to get
them cleaned up." Beverly
remarks. "I never had been
exposed to animals that were
flea infested, ant bitten and full
of worms. I was appalled that
someone would do that to an
animal. So I became the gofer -
got the flea shampoo. got the
food, found some cages, etc.
They did the hard work giving
them their flea baths and giv-
ing them lots of love. They were


absolutely wonderful with
these little dogs. They even
took them to the vet for me."
The sweet puppies, who
appear to have some labrador
retriever in their blood, have
settled in nicely at their foster
home.
"Rick, the driver of the tow
truck, named one of the dogs
Lucky." Beverly reports. "I
named the other Brandon."
This experience has com-
pelled Beverly to get to the bot-
tom of two important ques-
tions: Why Isn't there a no-kill
shelter in Calhoun County and
what can be done to punish
dog dumpers?
"I feel that the community
needs to put laws in place that
See DOG DUMPING, page 9


WORLD CHAMPION


Gatlin wins


00-meter


to claim


gold medal
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Justin Gatlin, grandson of
Blountstown's own W'illie James
and Bessie Gatlin. added anoth-
er gold medal to his collection
over the weekend when he won
the 100-meter dash at the world
championship in Helsinki,
Finland.
News sources report Gatlin
finished in 9.88 seconds. a .17
second margin over silver
medalist Michael Frater of
Jamaica. This was said to be the
largest victory in the 22-year
history of the championships.
Last summer.- Gatlin cap-
tured the gold medal in the same
event at the Olympics in Athens,
Greece. with his personal best
time of 9.85 seconds. He went
on to earn a silver in the 4 \ 100
meter relay and a bronze in the
200-meter run.


FRIDAY NIGHT WRECK

Motorcycle


crash leaves

area man m


surgical ICU
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Marianna man was critical-
ly injured in a motorcycle crash
just north of the Calhoun
County line Friday nmght.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol. William K.
Linton. 52. was northbound on
SR 73 on a 2005 Harley
Daxidson. Around 8:30 p.m.. he
was reportedly traveling at a
moderate speed about seven-
tenths of a mile north of the
county line. when he struck a
black and tan dog that was in
the roadway, causing him to lose
control of the motorcycle and
overturn. Linton was partially
ejected and sustained a serious
head injury. He was not wearing
a helmet at the time of the
crash.
Linton was flown by Air Heart
helicopter to Bay Medical Center
in Panama City. He remained in
the surgical intensive care unit
at press time.
The accident was investigated
by FHP Sgt. William B. Calhoun.


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SThe County Record, AUGUST 10, 2005, Page 2


Former teacher and student remember...




Days at Ocheesee School


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

Pill bottles jingle in the
background. Four wheeled
metal carts, topped with meals
on plastic trays, wind around
hallways. The scent of Pinesol
fills the air.
But when Henrietta Leath
and Pearl Waldorff Tyre gather
in a sitting area at
Blountstown Health and
Rehabilitation Center. they
take off to another time and
another place.
It was barely the 1930s
when Henrietta and her late
husband, R.L., embarked on a
teaching career at Ocheesee
School. "When we were in high
school, at that time they were
teaching a two-year course in
teacher training," she recalls.
"Several of us took it and, at
the end of the two years, if we
had done our work well, we
were awarded a certificate to
teach for three years."
Henrietta and R.L.. then
high school sweethearts, did
indeed do well in the course.
After graduation, they wed and
accepted their first assignment
at the little country school in
Ocheesee. The husband and
wife team literally ran the
school with R.L. serving as
principal and teacher of 5th
through 8th grades, while
Henrietta taught the one room
class of first through fourth
graders.
We'd teach all day and car-
pool at night to Tallahassee to
take courses," Henrietta
explains, adding that the extra
training would allow them to
extend their teacher certifica-
tion. The carpool included Mrs.
Morgan Peacock. Allie Mae
Avers. and Louise Chafin
Bateman.
Hennetta has some fond
memories of the little ones in
her class back then. "I had
three little boys that were
seven years old." she recalls.
"One was the other two boys'
uncle and they fought every
day. One day. I went out and
brought them in from playing


and said, 'Why is it va'll can't
get along?'"
One of the boys told her,
"[Hel thinks because he's our
uncle he can tell us what to
do!"
That story rang familiar to
Pearl. One of the boys was her
brother, Junior Waldorff: the
other was her cousin, J.M.
Goodman: and the little uncle
was also her uncle, Wade
Goodman, the youngest of 17
children.
Thinking back to that time,
Pearl says she loved her days
at the old Ocheesee School.
"[Henriettal was the sweetest
teacher and Mr. R.L. was, too."
she remarks.
The small school certainly
didn't have a cafeteria and
Henrietta says most students
brought their lunch in a round
tin lunchbox. Except for all the
Waldorff and Goodman chil-
dren.
"My grandmother, Sarah
Goodman. lived not far from
the school," says Pearl. "She
would cook a big pot of lima
beans or blackeyed peas and
cornbread or chicken and rice
and she'd send it up to the
school for all her kids and
grandkids."
First year books were not
provided to students those
days, they had to be purchased
by the student's family. "My
daddy hauled cotton for Wade
Leonard's farm to market in
Altha," says Pearl. "On one of
his trips, he bought my sister,
Viola. and me our first primer
books."
For R.L. and Henrietta, life
teaching at a country school
proved costly. "The road wasn't
paved from Blountstown to
Ocheesee and we wore out an
automobile that first year." she
says with a laugh. "So. the sec-
ond year. we boarded with
Laura Montford. She was the
sweetest lady. We boarded with
her for $25 per month."
Money was tight at this time.
and Henrietta says most didn't
get new things to wear. "You
never had a bought dress. You
made your own."


PEARL WALDORFF TYRE, SEATED, AND HER FORMER ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL TEACHER, HENRIETTA LEATH, enjoy reminiscing about days
gone by at the old Ocheesee School Both women now reside at
Blountstown Health and Rehabilitation Center.


School terms only lasted
four, months in those days.
'Then teachers would move to
another school," say Henrietta.
explaining that this gave all the
children in the rural areas a
chance to attend classes.
Back then, the school sys-
tem' had serious funding issues
and often ran out of money,
'They gave .us vouchers," says
Henrietta. "We would take
them to either Charlie Shelton,
Joe Warren, Jim Boggs, or Jim
Anders and they would cash
our vouchers."
With her salary at $45 a
month and R.L.'s at $60 since
he was also principal, It wasn't
too many more school terms
before.they realized they both
couldn't make a living in edu-
cation. Henrietta recalls the


day R.L. told her, "I'll tell you.
Miss Mama, one of the other of
us has got to get another job,
because we're gonna starve to
death teaching school."
R.L. left the field, but
Henrietta continued teaching
for many years, with 15 of
those in the fifth' grade at
Blountstown. She also car-
pooled with Jo House and
Wallace Finlay to teach at the
old Frink School.
Decades later, there's no
sign of the old school in
Ocheesee and Henrietta says
she can't recall ever seeing a
photo. But going back is no
problem for Pearl and
Henrietta. They just sit a spell
and share some old memories
As Pearl says, These are the
days that were."


Walden, Harris wed in


Kinston, North Carolina


Tonya Elizabeth Walden of
Clarksv\ille and Matthew~ Ju-tin
Harris. of Greenville. NC. were
united in 4arnage at 11 a in. on
May 7. 2005 at Grace Missionanv
Baptist Church in Kinston. NC
Pastor Kenneth Jackson otficiat-
ed at the ceremony .
The bride. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George \W. Walden of"
Clarksville. FL. was escorted by
her father and given in marnage
by her parents. She is the
granddaughter of Mrs. Hazel
Walden of Clarks\ille and the
late Mr. George Walden. and the
late Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Creel.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rodney E. Hams of
Green\ille. NC He is the grand-
son of Mr and Mrs. Bobby T.
Harns. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Yarboroueh. Mr. and Mrs. Janmes
Tolar.
The maid of honor was Miss
Jennifer Jackson of Burlington.
NC. Mrs Tresha Layne. sister of
the bride, was the honorary


bridesmaid. The bridesmaids
were Miss Katie Jamison of
Raleigh. NC. Mrs. Heather Wynv
of Burlington. NC. and Miss Jov
Ange of Greenville. NC
The grooms father served as
the best man. Groonmsmen were
Joshua Harns. brother of the
groom. Tra\is Bennett. of OK.
a.nd Nolan \V\-nn. Burlington.
NC.
The wedding music was pro-
vided by Mrs. Jennifer Hopkins.
Mr. Chris Harris. uncle of the
groom. and Daniel and Amber
Mann.
Mrs. Ashley Pritchard of
Wendell. NC. directed the %wed-
ding and the guest register
attendant w\as liss Stephanie
Newton of Durham. NC
Program attendants were Miss
Shauina Aponte and Nliss
Tabitha Aponte. nieces of the
bride. The nursery workers
twere Mrs .Je.ssica Hollingsworth

See HARRIS WEDDING page ;


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The County Record, AUGUST 10, 2005, Page 3


Drive planned at The Bank Friday




Blood supply very low


The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's (SCBC) blood
supply is at an extreme low and
they are desperate for donors.
With that in mind, a blood drive
is planned in Blountstown
Friday.
There is no supply of B posi-
tive, only a one day supply of O


and A negative, a two day supply
of O positive, and a three day
supply of A positive.
The blood mobile unit will be
at The Bank, 20455 Central
Avenue West (on Highway 20 and
,across Gaskin. Street from
McDonalds) on Friday, August
12, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


Donors can call and schedule
an appointment at The Bank at
674-5900 if they like and, if
enough people schedule in
advance, the blood mobile will
extend their hours of operation.
In addition, the SCBC
Marianna Center, at 2944 Penn
Avenue, Suite M, is open from 9


- 6, Monday through Friday.
Please take the time to come
and donate and bring a friend
with you. Please pass the word
on to your friends and family to
come and donate.
If you have any questions
regarding donating please give
SCBC a call at 850-526-4403.


Hospice to host



training sessions


Tony Stewart and Catrina Sharpe


Sharpe, Stewart to


speak vows Aug. 20

Reggie and Debbie Sharpe of Blountstown are pleased to
announce the final wedding plans of their daughter, Catrina, to
Tony Stewart, son of Kenny and Jackie Stewart of Mt. Dora, and
Florence Love of Tallahassee.
The wedding is set for Saturday, AuILlust 20. at 2 p.m. at the
Blountstown Uniited Methodist Church. A reception will follow at
the W.T. Neal Civic Center.
No invitations are being sent locally, however, all friends and
family are cordially limited to attend the wedding and reception.



.Dulaney, Clark will


be united August 13


Donnie and Becky Dulaney of
Fulton announce the engage-
Sment and forthcoming marriage
of their daughter, Lydia Hope
Dulaa@ to David Scott Clark,
son of Keith and Ruby Clark of
Blountstown.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of Middleton and
Louise ,Jean Ray,: and Maurice,
"and Berma Dulaney, all of:
^ Fulton.
F' The prospective groom is the
grandson of Fairy Clark and
Sar.-ih Lowder, both of Armory,
the late Dallas "Shorty" Lowder,
and Amos and Nora Clark.
The bride-elect is a graduate


of Itawamba Agricultural High
School in Fulton. She attended
.Itawamba Community College.
she is an employee of
Blountstown Pharmacy in
Blountstown.
The prospective groom is a
1997 graduate of Blountstown
High School. He is co-owner of
the family business-,. KC & Son
Plumbing.
The couple will exchange
vows at 4:00 p.m., August 13,
2005, at the. Fulton Church of
Christ. A reception will follow in
Sthe church fellow shhip hall.
Family and friends are invited.


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DLnnl Leanftarti-; on.- Scnic1 )Byrd


Byrd, Leontaritis to
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Covenant Hospice is seeking
new volunteers interested in
making a difference in their com-
munity. A two-day Faith in
Action Volunteer, Training
Workshop \ill be held on Aug.
16 and 18 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
at New Life Family Church, 4028
Lafayette St. in Marianna. ,
The workshop trains interest-
ed community members to help,
meet the needs of elderly, home-
bound, chronically and terminal-
ly ill patients. Volunteers who
can offer companionship, help
with errands and household
tasks. and provide transporta-
tion to doctor appointments are
needed in Jackson. Holmes;
Washington and Calhoun coun-
ties.
"The Faith In Action program


allows us to provide volunteer
support to individuals with long-
term health care needs, who are
not hospice patients," says
Barbara Bentley, Volunteer
Coordinator for Covenant
Hospice. "As little as a few hours
a month can help someone
maintain their independence
and quality of life."
The workshop is free and sup-
per will be provided. Registration
is required. Please call Barbara
Bentley at (850) 482-8520 or toll
free at 1-888-817-2191. The
contributions made by volun-
teers allow Covenant Hospice, a
non-profit 'organization, to con-i
tinue to provide a very special
kind of caring to patients with
life-limiting illnesses and their
loved ones.


wed Uct. I in m ever wedding
Ija~s, din.


Steven and Beatrice Goodman
of BlounistoIwn announce the.
engagement of her daughter.
Sonja Byrd, of Denver. CO. to
Danny Leontaritis, also of
Denver. He is the son of Sophia
Leontaritis of Zakynthos.
Greece.
Grandparents of the future
bride are Julie B. Tyre of
Blountstown.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Blountstown High School. She,
also earned an Associates degree
from the University of Maryland
and was honorably discharged
From the United State, Air Force
in 2000. She is presently
employed as an account repre-

Governor reappoints
Danny Ryals to Board
of Trustees at Chipola
Governor Jeb. Bush
atinounced this week that'
Damny Ryals of A'tha has beer
reappointed to the District
Board of Trustees at Chipola
Junior College. ,
Ryals. 53, a real estate bro-
ker, was reappointed for a term
beginning August 3, 2005, and
ending May 31; 2009.,
Also reappointed were Gina
* Stuart. 61, of Marianna. a real
estate broker. and: Brenda
.Taylor. 55. of Bonilfay, a guid-.:
ance counselor at 1Bonifa'y
Elementary School.


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sentative with Polycom,
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Chemr Creek High'
School. He also graduated from,
Colorado Univ\ersitv with a
Liberal Arts degree. He is
presently employed as President
of Neo-Tech Security Alarms.
SThe wedding \ill be an event
of October 1 at 5 p.m. at the
Embassy .Suites Hotel in' down-
town Denver. A reception will
immediately follow.


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and Mrs. Nikki Sutton.
A reception was hosted follow-
ing the ceremony by the bride's
parents in the 'church fellowship
hall. Pastor and Mrs. Phil Ange
of Green\ille. NC greeted guests.
Servers were Mrs. Linda
Roebuck, .Mrs. Melanie Clark,
and Mrs. Amarida Brady. The
reception \as decorated by Mrs.
'Lisa Manning, and catered by
Mrs. Nancy Roberts.


The bride is a graduate of
Southeastern Free Will Baptist
Church in Wendell. NC with a
degree in Secondary Education.
The groom is a senior at
Sbitheastern, studying Bible
and 'Pastoral Theology and
music.
After the wedding, the bride
and groom went to the Pocono's
resort in Pennsylvania and cur-:
rently reside in Wendell. NC. )


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The County Record, AUGUST 10, 2005, Page 4


Dear Editor,
I would like to c
last weeks article
'Calhoun County's
ment rate down one
2004'.
While the informal
impressive and eve
encouraging, the har
that these statistics a
of the whole story.
SIt is important to a
that there are man)
played persons wh
their unemploymer
have run out, are not
the the unemployme
culation.
Hence, the number
this article of unem
sons in this county d(
an accurate count. I
played persons in t
(both those receivix
ment benefits and th
hot) were to be consi
find the bottom lin
shockingly unlike th
last week.


Dear Editor:
As children are b
hew school year, son
riencing "firsts" in t
lives. A kindergarten
of school, a young


walking to school for the first
comment on time, a child transitioning from
e entitled; elementary to middle school, or
unemploy- maybe a newly licensed high-
point from school student driving to school.
These first-time experiences can
tion sounds be daunting challenges for chil-
:n possibly dren and parents.
sh reality is During the summer, we've
re only part become accustomed to driving
on roads without school buses
Iso mention and we've all but forgotten about
y of unem- the school bus stops and cross-
o, because ing zones on our daily commutes
it benefits to and from work. But now,
included in school bus stops and crossing
nt rate cal- zones are booming with hun-
dreds of kids, and drivers need to
:r quoted in pay extra attention over the next
played per-' few weeks to ensure a safe start
o not reflect to the school year.
f all unem- Children are at a disadvan-
his County tage in most cases because they
ng employ- are less visible to motorists.
.ose who do Children are also less capable
.dered, we'd than adults ofjudging where and
e statistics when it's safe to cross a street
lose quoted and less likely to fully under-
stand the consequences of their
potential misjudgments.
-K.L. Koani Statistics show that one-fifth of
all children age, 14 and under
who die in motor vehicle crashes
beginning a are pedestrians. Many of these
ae are expe- fatalities are children who( ran
their young across the street while not pay-


rr's first day
boy or girl


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR~


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.Molly


Dear Miss Molly:
I am a junior this year and my
boyfriend is now a senior. We have
dated for a long time and just a
week before school was going to
start back, he broke up with me. H'e
said it's his senior year and he
wants to be free to have fun.
My question is, am I such a
loser he can't have fun dating me? I
don't understand how you can date
0 e


See LETTERS, page 9


CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
JULY 19, 2005
PRESENT AND ACTING:
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN
EARL HUNT, VICE-CHAIRMAN
DANNY RAY WISE
JIM PICKRON
JERAL HALL,SR., ABSENT
MATT FUQUA, ATTORNEY
TONY PHINNEY, DEPUTY
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
JANICE HOLLEY, DEPUTY CLERK
The meeting was called to order by
Deputy Phinney, with prayer and pledge
ef allegiance led by Attorney Fuqua.
Chairman Grant asked if there was
anyone in the audience that would like to
I3e placed on the agenda due to an
Emergency. Ms. Ouida O'Bryan asked to
Se placed on the agenda due to drainage
S:roblems on her property. The Board
agreed to place Ms. O'Bryan on the
agenda.
APPROVAL OF COUNTY ORDINANCE
# 2005-03
* Attorney Fuqua presented to the
Board for approval and execution
Ordinance # 2005-03. An Ordinance Of
Tre Board Of County Commissioners Of
Calhoun County, Florida Adopting A
Comprehensive Plan Amendment, As
Required By Chapter 163, Part II, Florida
Stalutes; Designed to amend The
Future Land Use Map To Approve A
Small Scale : Map. Amendment:
Authorizing The Transminal Or Trhe
Amendment To The Department OF
Community Affairs; Providing For Repeal
Of Ordinances In Conllict Herewith. After
discussion, a actionn was made by
Commissioner Hunt,: seconded bby
Commissioner Pickron- and carried, to
approve and execute Ordinance # 2005-
03. *
PLANNING COMMISSION
The Planning Commission *met at
.4:00 P.M. with trie following recommen-
datorns for me Board of County
Commissioners:
S 1. Newsome' Small Scale Map
Amendment A motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt,.
: ..seconded by Commissioner Wise
4nd cared to approve the Newsome
rSmallScale'Map Amendment.
2. Advanced Training Services'
Training Facilities and Buildings After
discussion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded .by
Commissioner Pickron and carried to
approve the Advanced Trainihg Service's'
Facilities and Buildings.
(LERK ATTAWAY
Clerk Attaway 'stated that Greg
4urkett contacted her' stating that. the
Lell at the Pine Island Fire Department
was not working. He stated that he con-
t$cted Capps Well Drilling to come,and
complete the service on the well. At-this
time Mr. Hayes has not responded to the
request. After discussion, the Board
directed Attorney Fuqua to write a letter
t. Mr. Hayes concerning the well.
': Clerk Attaway stated the Court
Reporter Judy Duncan had accepted a
f11 time job, and 'she is looking for a
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replacement,
Clerk Attaway stated that she is work-
ing to present a Board Meeting Policy for
their review.
Clerk Attaway presented to the Board
a letter from West Florida Electric
Cooperative Association. Inc. asking for
their approval and execution to. a
Resolution supporting the efforts of the
Chipola Regional Arts Association to
Support a Free Musical Concert in the
Spring of 2006. After discussion, a
motion was made by Commissioner
Wise, seconded by Commissioner Hunt
and carried to approve and execute said
Resolution.
The July 5, 2005 minutes were
approved as presented.
DON A. O'BRYAN, EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENTIGRANTS COORDINA-
TOR
Mr. O'Bryan stated that he reviewed
the bids from the July 5, 2005 Board
Meeting for the Stafford Creek Debris
Removal Cal-0121 Project # 14.093 and
recommended that they accept low bid
ior.4S89'3:000 00 trom North. -Florida.
Consiruc;,on Inc. After discussion, a
motion was made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by Commissioner
Pickron and carried to accept low bid
from North Florida Construction, Inc. for
$393,000.00.
Mr. O'Bryan stated that North Florida
Construction, Inc. has agreed to amend
the scope of work and chip wood debris
tor an additional cost of $107,000.00.
After discussion, Mr. O'Bryan recom-
mended to the Board to accept this pro-
posal. A motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Pickron and carried to.
execute a Change Order to North Florida
Construction, Inc. for an additional cost
.of$107,000.00 to chip wood debris The
Total contract to North Florida
Construction. Irc ,n te Stafford Creek
Debris removal EWP Project will be
$50C.9C3.00 amount of the change order
Swill be $500,000.00.
S M O'Bryan addressed the Board on
Contract Change Order #2 to C.W.
Roberts Contracting tor $1.241,169.20 to
the .ie.iting contract adding
wideningiresurfacing on CR 274 West
Irom SR 73 to SR 71 CR 167 to SR 71.'
He stated that the County had an existing
contract with C.W Roberts Conlracting.
Inc. for $1,677,761.90 on CR 274 West
from CR 167 to SR 73. He noted that a
r,1 change order on this project rather than
bidding saves the County thousands of
dollars because unit prices on material
have increased considerably since bid-
ding the first project. After discussion, a
motion was made by Commissioner
Hunt. seconded by Commissioner
Pickron and carried 1o approve and exe-
cute the $1,241.169.20 Contract Change
Order # 2 adding widening'resurfacing,
t R 274 West from SR 73 to SR 71 to the
existing Contract with C.W. Roberts
Contracting, Inc.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the Board a
proposal from Preble-Rish, Inc. for
Professional Engineering Services for
SCalhoun County 2005 Small County
Road Assistance Program (SCRAP) on
SCR 274 from CR 167 to SR 7.1 for,
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LOCAL SOLDIER WEARING PIECE OF HISTORY Sgt First Class Jamie
Mills of Altha.is sporting the brand new .Arrrmv uniform the very first
one delivered to soldiers in this region After 17 years in the military .
he Is pleased to be wearing a neA, style 'So far I like it a lot he
tells The County Record. "It's much cooler Rather than stitching.
the uniform features velcro attachrrents wlith spots for pens and
other supplies In addition, the boots are nrc-.w suede. No more
spitting and shining" Mills says According to Mills the Arm, tested
various uniforms before selecting this one. It was the only one that
couldn't be seen in the woods, he remarks Mills ,vaS recently pro-
moted to the Recruiting Area Supervisor position, serving from
Pensacola to Tallahossee,
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Crop disaster

benefits offered

by Farm Service

Producers who suffered crop
loss from damaging weather in
2003, 2004 and certain 2005
orop losses are eligible for assis-
tance.
The Farm Service Agency
(FSA) announced that eligible
producers may sign-up for the
Crop Disaster Program (CDP)
until close of business .on
September 9, 2005 for the 2003
and 2004 crop years. Signup for
the 2005 year is close of busi-
ness December 16. 2005.
"We are pleased to be able to
provide these benefits to produc-
ers as quickly as possible," said
Ke-in Kelley, FSA: State
Executive Director. "Drought,
floods and hurricanes are unpre-
dictable weather.events that put
farmers and ranchers at risk in
producing a dependable and
affordable national food supply.
Producers suffering a greater
than 35-percent production loss
and/or more than a 20-percent
quality loss are eligible. The pay-
ment rate for CDP has been
increased to 65 percent of the
established commodity price for
insured crops and noninsured
crops, and 60 percent of: the
price for uninsured commodi-'
ties. Previous disaster assistance
provided payments of 50 percent
of the established commodity
price for insured and non-insur-
able crops and 45 percent for
uninsured crops.
Producers may apply for CDP
for any crops eligible for Federal
Crop Insurance or the
Noninsured Assistance Program.
For more information, visit
USDA's website, at http://disas-
ter.fsa.usda.gov/,


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LLOU.4TSQrWN T IRS,'Witl take to the field Friday,.August'' the. Blountstowh High School.Auditorium, Members of the ..
i.,3 faor",6ki koff classic against the Liberty.: 1973..1976, and 1977 state.championshp football teams are..
.edinti~ team:thisaear are19' lrsagedtd tend the pep rally. Bluntstown Century
{fr~ (from e.ft.Josh Lilly,.Arsenio. Ivory, Greg Meeks,;' Cklb members will be on hand during the event, accepting.
iY/drd ..l Plips,.VictorCbrronza;(rmiddlel oiw) rfielnbershipduS.it If it's time to renew or if you'd like- to join-
'SilcOj, Zachdi' Smifi, Jdmie Willis: Jerrod Waolbribn. for." thefirst.time, please see any Century Club member
A:.ll.ms, .Josh.Segers, (b ow). Fri'iday nighf or .col: Marleen Attaway' at 850-209-6561.
tGuitfor.ij o ve;.dSailrke.Purvis; Rirky Soa le, saaq ..Season tickets are. now available for $35 each. Call or-stop
is Vrh 'T dre. invit fto bR er ide heBHS office to reserve your sets today Current ticket
~op ep ralletforFridlay ojght August l:qat 7 ..m hoJders"seats will.be saved through. Friday.
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Tiger Pride pep rally


Friday night at BHS


The 2005 'Tiger Pride
Celebration" pep rally will be
held at the BHS auditorium on
Friday night. August 12. at 7:00.
This pep rally is to celebrate
the upcoming sports seasons.
We \will recognize all of the varsi-
ty- and jv \'ollevball team. the
varsity and j\ cheerleaders, and
the tair-.'s y aid jv tl-otb.ll te-.-ian-
,WeraiUl'd:have somevgreat eriter-
tainment as well as kick off the
exciFiig fall season.
' This is the fourth year of this
event and we hope to make this
one the best ever. Please come


out and celebrate with us as we
embark on an amazing journey
and attempt to make another
run at a State Football
Championship.
We would also like to invite
any member of the 1973. 1976.
or 1977 State Championship
football teams to join us in our
rek,-hrrti,-,n hi: 1 lZ -ZO -'ti llmn -
to recognize~the amazing: atcom-
plishments of those of you who
were a part of those teams.
Please join us and let's make
this 'ear's pep rally the best yet.
GO TIGERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Future Tigers Football


Camp set for Saturday


The 2005 "Future Tigers
Football Camp' will be held on
Saturday. August 13. at 8:00 at
Bowles Field.
This is a camp for any child
who is in the age range that can
participate in youth football and
is FREE OF CHARGE. We will
spend time teaching your child
the.fundamentals of the game as
well as playing competitive
games.
.The camp will be run by the


BHS Coaching staff, as well as
many of the Tiger Players. It is a
wonderful time for your child to
get to know the players who rep-
resent this community every
Friday night.
The camp will begin with sign-
ups at 7:00 and instruction from
8 to noon. Youth football signups
will also be held. If you want to
guarantee a free T-shirt. stop by
the front office at BHS and sign
up ahead of time.


Century Club member


dues needed by Friday


The Blountstown Century
Club has been working hard this
summer. There are many new
changes that you will notice as
you enter Bowles Field this year.
I'm sure you have seen the
hustle and bustle as you drove
by. We think that you will agree
with us, that our field is second
to none! With these improve-
ments we think none will even
compare! Without your support.

BHS Tiger football

season tickets are

on sale for $35
SSeason tickets for the 2005
Blountstown High School foot-
ball season are now on sale-in
the front office at BHS.
With the tremendous home
games we have this season, tick-
et sales are going faster than
.usual. We are going to save cur-
tent seats for last year's
seatholders only through the
night of the Tiger Pride
Celebration" pep rally on
.Atig.12. Beginning on Monda.
'. Aug. 15. all remaining seats will
.be available for purchase by
anyone interested. Please stop
by ,the office and purchase your
season tickets for this exciting
p r season.
.- cetprices are 835 and will
y i you from standrig In the
lines at the gates.


some of these changes would not
even have come about.
We have been renovating and
rearranging the parking lot. In
order for us to be prepared for all
the parking needs of our mem-
bers we ask that you please pay
your membership dues by
Friday, Aug. 12. This is the date
of the "TIGER PRIDE CELE-
BRATION" community pep rally.
The pep rally will be at 7 p.m.
in the BHS auditorium. Everyone
is welcome and invited. You may
renew your membership at that
time. In the event that your
membership dues are not paid
by that date. your parking space
will be assigned to someone else.
Allowing prominent parking to go
unassigned after the season
starts is very uifair to the mem-
bers who have already paid.
After Aug. 12, parking spaces
will be assigned on a first come.
first serve basis.
We hope to see each of you in
the stands on August 19, ior the
Kick-Off Classic against Bristol
at 7:30 p.m. That is surely a
game you don't want to miss
Come out and support the
"FIGHTING TIGERS"
We are looking forward to a
new season with a new schedule
in a new class! Thanks for your
support.... and.... GO TIGERS!
Mail checks to BHS Century
Club, P.O. Box 32, Clarksville,
SEL 32430. For more information
call Marleen Attaway at4,850-
209-6561.


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Applications now being accepted for..
S' BLOUNTSTOWN

MBLNESTOOS NEW KidCare health coverage


Welcome back to school Hi,
I'm Sasha
Simmons
and I'm in
the 8th
grade. I am
your 2005-
-2006 presi-
dent.
I would
like to wel-
come back
the existing
students
and the SASHA SIMMONS
incoming BLOUNTSTOWN
new stu- MIDDLE SCHOOL
dents, As STUDENT COUNCIL
your presi- PRESIDENT
dent, I'm
here to help you any way I can,
to ensure you will have a fun,


exciting year.
There are a lot of activities
and sports that Blountstown
Middle School has to offer. There
are great teachers that are will-
ing to help you any way they can
to see that you receive the best
education that's possible.
The teachers, principal, and
assistant principal are all the
people to turn to in your time of
need or trouble.
As you can see, I just want to
welcome you back to school and,
to the new 6th graders, welcome
to Blountstown Middle School. I
hope you have a great school
year.
Sasha Simmons
Student Council President
Blountstown Middle School


Childcare certification, real estate sales


Chipola is now offering


variety of short courses


Chipola College will offer a
variety of short courses in the
coming weeks.
A Real Estate Sales course
will meet Saturdays, August 6
through September 24 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., Cost is $240.
A 10 Hour Childcare Training
(developmentally appropriate
practices, 3-5 year olds) course
will meet August 20 from 7 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Cost is $38. A Child
Growth & Development course
will meet Mondays, August 22
through December 5 from 6 to 9
Spm. Cost is $171. An Early
Care & Education
Administrative Overview course
w ill meet. Tuesday, August 23
through December 6 from 6 to 9
p.m. Cost is $171. An
Internship course will meet
Thursday, August 25 through
December 8 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Cost is $171. A 20 Hour
Childcare Training course will
:meet September 17 and 24 from
:7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is.$76. A
10 -Hour Childcare Training
-(behavoral observation &
screening) .course will meet
October 8 fromn 7 a.m. to 5.p.m.
Cois is .36. A 10 Hour
Childcare Training (special
needs) course will meet
November 5 from 7 a.m. to 5
p.m. Costis $38.
A Cake Decorating I class will
meet Thursdays. September 1
through 22 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Cost is $41. A Cake Decorating
II class will meet Thursdays.
September 29 through October
20 from 6 to, 8:30 p.m. Cost is
$41. A Cake Decorating III class
will meet Thursdays. October 27
through November 17 from 6 to
8:30 p.m. Costis $41.
An Introduction to Computers
with Internet for Seniors call \\ill
meet September 13 from 9 a.m.
to 12 noon. Cost is 824.
The Continuing Education
Department also offers custom



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motivational workshops for busi-
nesses and organizations. The
'following are available: Eat That
Frog: Stop 'Procrastinating and
Get More Done in Less 'Time;
Whale Done: The Power of
Positive Relationships; .. The
Pygmalion Effect: Managing the
Power of Expectations;
Discussing Performance; The
Attitude Virus: Curing Negati.ity
in the Workplace: Team
Building: What makes. a Good
Team Player?; and After All,
You're the Supervisor!
Gatlin Education Services
(GES) offers, open enrollment,
online courses in: health care,
internet graphics/web. design,
business. law and travel.
Register online at www.gatlined-
ucation.com/chipola.
EducationToGo offers online
programs in: computers, photog-
raphy, languages, writing, enter-
tainment industry, grant writing,,
business, sales, accounting, test
prep, finance, health, child care,
parenting, art, history, psycholo-
gy, hterature, statistics, philoso-
phy, engineering, law and nurs-
trfg- For dates and course out-
lines, visit www.ed2go.coni'
chlfola.
For information about any of
these non-credit courses, call
850-718-2395.


As the school year begins,
Panhandle Area Health Network,
Inc. is launching its annual Back
to School Campaign to encour-
age parents with uninsured chil-
dren to put enrolling them in
Florida KidCare at the top of
their back-to-school check list.
"Kids who have health care
coverage are better prepared to
learn in school." said Bfitney
Wilkes, KidCare Outreach
Coordinator for Calhoun,


The No Child Left Behind
(NCLB) School Public
Accountability Report (SPAR) for
2004-2005 for each Calhoun
County School is available to be
viewed at each school, the dis-
trict office and on each school's
website.
SThe following web link, has
each, school listed http://www.
paec.org/calhoun/district/I.
When the parent/guardian gets
to this web page the
parent/guardian can click on
schools, then click school web
pages, and then click the school'
name.
If requested ; by the
parent/guardian, the school-
principal will send a copy of this
report tor the parent/guardian to
view at home or it can be down-
loaded from the school website.


A Calhoun/Liberty home-
school support group is being
formed..
SIf you homeschool and want
to'be a part of the support group
or if you are thinking' about
homeschooling and want to
.more information we want to
invite you to attend a meeting
held on Thursday. August 11, at
6:30 p.m. at the Blountstown
Church of the Nazarene on
Burns Ave (across from hospi-
tal).


Dual Enrollment set


forAug. 11 at Chipola


Chipola College will host Dual
Enrollment Night, Thursday,
Aug. 11, at 5:30 p.m. in the
Continuing Education Building
on College Street.
Parents, students, aind guid-
ance counselors are invited to


Jackson, Holmes, Liberty, and
Washington counties. "That's
why enrolling children in Florida
KidCare should be a top priority
for parents as they prepare to
send their children back to
school. The coverage offered
through Florida KidCare means
health security for kids and
peace of mind for parents."
There are thousands of unin-
sured children in Florida and
most of them are eligible for low-


The School Public
Accountability Report contains
the following data designed to
inform parents and the general
public about the progress of
Florida's public schools:
:Student demographics; readi-
ness to start school; graduation
rate; dropout rate; po-isec-
oridary readiness; student per-
formance; .school safety and
environment report- new teach-
ers and staff: teachers by profes-
sional degree; classes taught by
teachers in-field; classes taught
by highly qualified teachers;
school performance grade; NCLB
Adequate Yearly Progrerss Report:
and reporting requirement of
federal NCLB legislation,

The parent/.guardians and
anyone interested should con-


cost or free health coverage
offered through Florida KidCare.
Many families are not aware that
their children may qualify for
coverage. In Florida, a family of
4 can earn up to $38,800.00 a
year or more and qualify for
KidCare.
Panhandle Area Health
Network, Inc.. and its partners
will be stepping up their efforts
to increase the number of chil-
dren enrolled in Florida KidCare.


tact the school principal or the
Calhoun County School District
Office if they have questions or
concerns regarding the No Child
Left Behind School Accountabil-
ity Report for 2004-2005


We hope to establish a group
that will be a source of encour-
agement to one another and a
way for activities and field trips
to be planned as a group.
If you cannot attend the meet-
ing, but' would like more infor-
mation, you may contact Kay
Pickron at 674-30.19 or e-mail
katinhat, gm oil.rcor


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attend the meeting which will
provide .useful information
Regarding the Dual Enrollment
'Program at Clupola.
For information about the
meeting contact Dr. Jayne
Roberts at 850-718-2209.


Canr School 8th Grader


Prowant is Eagle Scout


These efforts are part of the sixth ..:
annual Covering Kids & Families'
Back to School Campaign, a-.
nationwide campaign of the,.'
Robert Wood Johnson.
Foundation working to enroll.
children in available health care
coverage in all 50 states and the
District'of Columbia.
Children enrolled in lFlorida' ;--
KidCare can receive the following
coverage: doctor visits, check-
ups, 'shots, hospital stays, sur-.::
gery, prescriptions, emergencies,.
vision, hearing, dental, mental".:
health, and more. ',;
Applying for Florida KidCare'.
is simple. Simply fill out an.,."
application and mail it in. No
interview is necessary. To find
out if your family may be eligible .
for Florida KidCare, would like
an application mailed to you, or ,
need assistance filling, out an-
application call the Marianna
office toll free 1-877-892-9593.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY!
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Tyler Prowant, a 13 year old
8th grader from Carr School,
became Blountstown's Boy Scout
Troop .137's first Eagle Scout
who resides in Calhoun County
since Steven Seay in 1985.
Tyler spent the past 7 years
preparing for his Board of Review
on July 21, which was his final.
step of obtaining the Eagle Scout
rank. To properly prepare Tyler
for this night, a local Board of
SReiew was conducted prior to
the Alabama Florida Council's
Board of Review.
He would like to thank the fol-
lowing members of that. board:
Troop Committee Chaplain
Pastor Art Menard; AFLAC'Agent
and Eagle Scout Steven Seay;
Circuit Judge and Blountstown's
third Eagle Scout Hentz
McClellan: ,Calhoun County
Superintendent of Schools Mary
Sue Ne\-es; and two .of Tyler's
favorite teachers from Carr
School, Loretta Shelton "and,
Ladona Kelley.
Tyler has earned every rank in
Scouting: Tiger Cub, Bobcat,
Wolf, Bear, Webelos, Arrow of
Light, Scout, Tenderfoot, Second
Class, First Class, Star Scout,
Life Scout and now Eagle, Scout.
Tyler .earned numerous other
awards to include the 21 Merit
Badges required for Eagle Scout'
plus an additional 15 merit'
badges for a total of 36 so far. He
wants to continue working on
other merit badges in the future
to help better prepare him for his
future.
Tyler would like to, thank
everyone he has met and sup-
ported him in his efforts along
his trail to'Eagle scout from his
past and present Boy Scouts and
Leaders, his Scoutmastgr Tom
Aycock, and other Assistant


Scoutmasters and present lead-
ers, his teachers, friends and
family to everyone that support-
ed all his fundraising efforts.
- He would also like to sincerely
thank the entire community that'
warm heartedly supported him
in his Eagle Scout project, Tyler
provided a personal smoke alarm
to every student at Carr School
and taught them Fire Safety
skills, how to install and main-
tain their Smoke Alarm and what
to do in the event of an alarm.
Troop 137 and Tyler's family
invite the community, his friends
and family to attend his Eagle
Scout Court of Honor ceremony
at Poplar Head Baptist Church
two miles north of Hwy 20 on
Hwy 73 in Clarksville, Saturday,
Sept. 10, at 6 pm, with reception
to follow. It is not necessary, but
anyone who would like to bring a
dish or dessert is welcomed to.


No Child Left Behind reports



available at each local school


Homeschool support



group being formed


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The County Record. AUGUST 10, 2005, Page 7


Register at Chipola Aug. 17


Chipola College will hold
returning student registration
and new student testing on
Wednesday. Aug. 17.
Regular registration for new
students is Aue. IS and 19.
Classes begin Au2. 22. Late reg-
istration \\ill continue through
noon on Aug. 26
Chipola offers college credit


courses during the day and
evening, and also through inde-
pendent study. The college
awards the Associate in Arts
Degree. bachelor's degrees in
Seconda-y Education with
majors in mathematics and sci-
ence. and Associate in Science
degrees and certificates in
Workforce Development pro-


grams. Financial aid is available,
to those who qualify.
Chipola's University Center
offers classes on the Chipola
campus leading to bachelor's
degrees and advanced degrees
from UWF. FSU and UF.
For more information. call
850/718-2211. or visit
vww..chipola.edu


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'..,Street Legal Consistency
1st pl -Kevin Shirah
S2nd pl -Lee Flowers
: 3rd pi Tommy Arnold

S;.-'Consistency
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2nd pl -Rudy Nladnd
3rd pl Doug Crane
4th pl Scotty Bailey

Street Modified
1st pi Jimmy Mathis
2nd pl -Pastor Jason Lowery
3rd pl Andy Cumbie
4th pl Scottv Bailey

Sand Drags


Through Aug 7, 2005
2005 Nextel Cup


Driver
11 Ton-, Slie.ar
21 J.rmmn- .lohi-i.-n
3i Grag B.fhi
41l Ru;.I, Wlla-:e
5i Kurl Bu;icr
61 .r1.arl, I.latr.
71 R,,.an lie.vinar,.
81 Jerern, I.l1afela
91 Dale Jarrens
111i Carl Eajwar,:i


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Driver Points
l Mr ann True'. Jr .i1.6
21 Carr Boner ?'.26
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41 Carl Eowarj:i 251-
51 Kenn, Waaiice 276C
C1 Denn, Hamrln 29
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1st pi Paul Herron
2nd pl Jinuny Mathis
3rd pl Tra\is Melton
4th pl Chad Flowers


Foot Races
6-11 yrs. 2nd pl Ke\-in Ping
12 Tyr & over 3rd p -
Samantha Nicodemus


Dale Jarrett


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The County Record, AUGUST 10, 2005, Page 8


Jeff Trammell named to



William and Mary Boar

Jeff Trammell, a Blountstown native, has been named by
.Virginia Governor Mark Warner to the governing board of the
nation's second oldest university, the College of William and'.
SMary.
An alumnus of the College, he previously served as the first
.chair of the board of the College's public policy program, named
Sfor William'and.Mary alumnus Thomas Jefferson.
dairrmanx. Mlchael'-Powelll; formerr Secretary of State *Lawrence .
-Eag't burger, and .other, on.the Board of lVsitors of the- college,
,,iichh was founded .n 1693, in Wlliams-urg, Virginia. .
, ''.-Traminell previously sedvd 's a "senior daviior 'to ""Vice
P.'-aident Al Gore and headed the' ptuibc affairs.difii on of -HWl 0
..and d lt9on, after working in the. oFlda.;pngressional dejega- -
,i 6f o n *.- i- *".i. -::,- :' .
;.lTra l pel, ih0' holdsa a iaw .degreefrom-. the F'lorida. State iA
: university College ofLaw and.a B.A. in.History:from Willianend
.Mar. is a graduate of Blountstowxn High School -
S:He-.sthe son of the late Park ahfd Marjire BevisTrammellU of
,'Blouiitstown and'is tl~e: brother of,Park 'M 7 Tammell, Jr..':1idl a
tIber TrarmieU f .Tallahassee. ,. JEF TRAMMEL .


Blountstown Main Street now


reactivated with state program


The Chamber recently
received a letter from Joan
Jefferson. Florida Main Street
Coordinator, reactivating Main


Street Blountstown as a gradu-
ate Florida Main Street program.
This .re-designation entitles
the local program to free publica-


Pizza deal fundraiser


benefits Liberty library


The Liberty County Public
Library is having a fundraiser.
For a S10.00 donation you will
get a card worth 12 free one top-
ping pizzas from Pizza Hut.
All you have to do is buy one
large pizza, take your card with
:you to Pizza Hut and you will get
a free medium one topping pizza.
You may get your card from


the Liberty County
Library or from any\
employees or Friends
Library Members.


Public
of our
of the


For information call Martha
Caison or NMyrna Carnley.
Americorps" VISTA's, at the
Liberty County Library. Our
number is 643-2247.


tions. marketing through the
Florida Main Street office. and
scholarship opportunities with
the National Main Street Center.
Main Street Blountstoiw has
agreed to devote Chamber staff
to act as a part-time manager.
have an active board, attend
training workshops and the
annual conference. submit quar-
terly and annual reports. and
continue to follow the Four Point
Main Street Approach.
The local Main Street program
has remained active, through the
efforts of a few conscientious
individuals, and recently
received new life through com-
bined efforts of those conscien-
tious individuals, the Chamber.
and local citizens to increase
membership and improve the
program and its activities.


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BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
Chamber Staff Assistant
Board Meeting
The regular meeting of the
Board of Directors of the
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce is on Thursday,
August 11th at 12:00 p.m. (noon)
CST at El Jalisco #2, the
Mexican restaurant across from
the Sheriffs office.
All directors and special
guests were asked to RSVP to the
Chamber by Monday. August 10.
If you are able to attend and
have not called, please contact
the Chamber via telephone (850)
674-4519 or e-mail (cccham-
ber'@yahoo.com).
Blood Drive
Two Chamber members are
working together to give a blood
drive. Terri Waldron. of The
Bank. announces that The
Blountstown branch of The Bank
is holding a blood drive on
Friday, August 12th on August
12th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Donors may call and schedule-
an appointment at The Bank at
(850) 674-5900. If enough people
schedule in advance, the
Southeastern Community Blood
Center. in Marianna. will extend
the hours of operation of the
Blood Mobile.
For questions about donating
blood, please contact: Roxy
Ballard. Area Blood Drive
Coordinator, at (850)526-4403 or
e-mail: rballard'@&scbcinfo.org
Save Lives...Schedule a Blood
Drive Today...


Relay for Life
Another Chamber member,
the American Cancer Society, is
beginning the 10th Annual Relay
for Life 2006. The first event is
on Tuesday. August 16th at 6:30
p.m. at the W. T. Neal Ci\ic
Center in Blountstown. Please
attend to learn howv you can
make a difference in the fight
against cancer.
There are many different ways
to get involved. The American
Cancer Society advises that
Relay for Life in 2005 raised over
12.5 million dollars for the fight
against cancer to the state of
Florida.
Please RSVP to 850/785-9205
by August 12th to attend the
August 16th event.
Membership Meeting
On Thursday. August 18th at
noon during the Chamber's reg-
ular membership meeting. Tom
Powell. Program Manager of
Advanced Training Systems
(ATS), and Logan Barbee.
IFAS/County Extension. will give
a presentation about the ATS
facility at the IDA/Airport loca-
tion and nearby areas. Don't
miss this great presentation!
Senior Citizens is offering
their wonderful catfish lunch:
please contact Debbie (674-
4163) to make reservations. The
menu is:
Fried Catfish
Hushpuppies
Grits
Coleslaw
Baked Beans


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treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases. She welcomes you as a new or established
patient and appreciates the opportunity to pro\ ide you with medical care.
Dedicated Conscientious ieart Sealth C9are
Special Interest qn 'Women's heart Disease
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Dog dumping issues con


will protect our animals," she says. "People who
abuse animals must be held accountable and
dumping animals is abuse."
The city is currently reviewing their animal con-
trol policy and Beverly hopes the county will follow
suit. "I strongly believe that animals should not be
allowed to roam free," she states. "They should be
taught to stay on the property where they live or be
penned. Owners should be required to have their



Relay for Life 2


meeting on Aug


The American Cancer
Society's Relay For Life raised
over 12.5 million dollars for
the fight against cancer last
year in the state of Florida.
Our fight is not over. We need
your Help!
The Calhoun & Liberty
County Relay For Liae invites


you to the Ame
Society's 10th
For Life 2006. A
be held on Tues
at 6.30 p.m
Center in
Complimentary F
will be served. RS
785-9205 by Aug


animals neutered unless they have proof that they
are breeders."
Beverly and Paul lived in Manhattan for many
decades where animal control laws are strictly
enforced. "In New York City, it is required that you
buy a yearly animal license $8 per year for each
animal that you have. You also must prove that the
animals have been neutered and that they received
their shots or, you can be fined. And if they are lost,
the license tags tell Animal Control
whom to contact."
Beverly believes a no-kill shelter
0 0 6 would provide a solution for those
0J 0 who resort to dog-dumping. "I
believe that in this community
there should be a place where pup-
16 pies can be taken if an owner is
Unable to take care of them -- a
6* place where they will NOT be
killed. And there should be strict
'rican Cancer requirements for adopting ani-
Annual Relay mals," she emphasizes.
Meeting will NYC rules state that anyone
day. Aug. 16. adopting an animals meet the fol-
at the Civic lowing requirements:
BlouIntstown. V One member of the household
Iors d'eourves must be gainfully employed and be
SVP by calling able to afford an animal
,. 12. V'You have an association with
a veterinarian


V You prove that your animals
have had their yearly shots
t You guarantee that the ani-
mals will not be left alone all day
long.
As she cares for Brandon and
Lucky and seeks a good home for
them, Beverly is amazed that
anyone could just abandon this
pair. "These two puppies that we
are fostering are just adorable,
smart, very easily trained and
just downright fun to be around,"
she says. "After four weeks I still
can't believe that someone just
dumped them."
If you'd like to be considered
for adopting Brandon and Lucky,
Scall Beverly or Paul at 237-2081.
Watch for more on animal control
issues in next week's edition.

Are you concerned about
animal issues in our community?
Let us hear from you! Contact
The County Record at 674-5041,
e-mail newsthecounty
record.net, or fax 674-5008.


How could anyone toss out these little angels? Believe it or not, some-
one did, and they are now in need of a-loving home, If you're.inter-
ested in adopting them, call Paul or BeVerly at 237-2081.

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Happy Anniversary to
J.. & Mary Reed!
SJT. & Mary Reed celebrated
their 55th wedding anniversary
Son August 1,2005. The couple
ihas 10 children, 32 .grandchil-
dren, and 9 great-grandchildren,
Happy Anniversary
from your family!!f!!!


Letters
'-ing attention to oncoming vehi-
.cles.
SDuring the months of August
:and September, AAA Auto Club
'South will be carrying out its'
:annual "School's Operi Drive
:Carefully" educational cam-
ipaign, and the AAA School
'Safety Patrol members will be on
Full alert for dangerous situa-

rtions. We ask that all drivers be
.,on full alert too. The best pro-
'tec Lion to avoid a fatal mistake is
,for drivers to slow down. Every
mile per hour you reduce your
speed allows for greater reaction
ttime. This could be the differ-
Ience between life and death for a
child who unexpectedly darts
:across a street. And that child
could be yours!
' Whether it's the beginning,
,middle. or end of the year,
aal\va\s remember,, "School's
>Open Drive Carefully."
Sincerely,
Dawn Landrum Wilson
Manager, Traffic Safety
AAA Auto Club South
Tampa

Express yoL.urself]h
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OBITUARIES


MILITARY NEWS


MARIAN ANN MESHKUN
Mrs. Marian
Ann Meshkun,
102, of Semi-
nole, Florida,
and formerly of
Blountstown,
passed away
Sunday, August
7, 2005, in
Seminole.
Mrs. Mesh-
kun had lived in
Blountstown for 34 years before
moving to Seminole in 2003. She
was very active in the
Blountstown Garden Club,
where she became very well
known for her beautiful gardens,
and was also very instrumental
in the start of the Calhoun
County Senior Citizens. She was
a member of the St. Frances of
Assisi Catholic Church in
Blountstown.
Survivors include three
nieces, Barbara Wilson of
Seminole, Dorothy Paulson of
South Burlington, Vermont, and
Charlene VanCleve of Brandon.
Services will be held at 11:00
4M today, Wednesday, August
Sg, from the St. Frances ofAssisi
-: hurch in Blountstown.
SInerment will follow in the Boggs
-: CBmetery in Blountstown. The
f mily will receive friends from
10:00-11:00 AM Wednesday
morning before Mass at the
church.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown is in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 674-5449 or
'online at online at adamsfh.com.

SMARIE HARVEY CHAMBERS
Mrs. Marie Harvey Chambers,
103, who retired after 27 years
with the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles, died
Saturday, July 30, 2005, in
Blountstown.
T he service was held at 11:00


CHidden Treasures
by
Rya nt
McDoagald G

We Have Problems
to Build Character
Text: Romans 5:3-5
Paul Lee Tan tells of a Greek soldier
who had a painful. terminal disease He
fought fearlessly, lacing death head on,
a ,nrog rltrhing IlOs, '..
A general wanted to help him over-
come his pain. He called upon a doctor
t6 find a cure. The fearless soldier was
healed. But from that time on, Antigonus
vas changed.
He was not up front fighting fearless-
Sly. He shrank back to protect himself
Antigonus' problem made him a great
fighter. Now that he was cured, he was a
useless soldier
Why do we have problems? One rea-
sor is to build our character. Think about
it. Experience is the best teacher. It is our
destiny to be conformed to the image of
dhrist and be like Him. How is God going
i accomplish that in our lives?
God puts us ;nto situations where we
c~n develop Cnrst-like characteristics.
"Suffering produces perseverance
(NIV;.' H-ow can we develop faith and
r- aturity strong enough to keep going no
matter what) God puts us into situations
v here we are required to exercise such
f ith.
f t.A runner has to push himself until his
rfuscles ache, his lungs burn, and sweat
p.urs off him in order to run longer and
faster. Likewise. God teaches love, joy,
inleirity, and perseverance by allowing
you to endure situations where it is diffi-
: i' lt to be loving, joyful, honest, and
strong.
; Our Christ-like character gives us
tope. We can expect that God, who is
working in our lives molding and making
qs into the image of Christ; "...rewards
mose who earnestly seek Him (NIV)."
SIpdeed, "...our light and momentary trou-
I-les are achieving for us an eternal glory
that far outweighs them all (NIV)." 2
Cor. 5:17
Ryan McDougald is. a licensed,
ordained Free Will Baptist Minister host-
i.g Bible study in the home. For more
information, call 674-6351.


One Sign For Our Enemies
Psalm 86:17
Marion Rich wrote this story: 'That
night still stands out to my friend with all
the bracing clarity of the spring air. As
Marcie stepped from the house where
she was baby-sitting, she was aware of
the moonlight streaming through the
leafy maples that lined the sidewalk.
The man of the house led Marcie to his
car to drive her home. The car drove
down the lighted avenues of the small
town; then with one. quick turn the car
pulled down a dark, lonely road and
stopped abruptly. Hungrily, the man
threw his arms around Marcie and began
to molest her.
Stunned by his overtures she cried
out loudly, Jesus, if you've ever helped
me, help me right now.
Like a chain that was suddenly
snapped into, his arms released her and
the man queried in a disturbed tone,
What what did you say?
Marcie began to tell of the power of
Jesus in her life. In a flash the car start-
ed and she was dropped off at her apart-
ment."
Remember, using the name of Jesus
in a moment of crisis was a sign for that
man who had gone way over the line and
into, forbidden territory. The disciples,
also used that name many times as their
authority to speak, to preach, to teach, to
heal, and to deliver. It became a sign for
all their enemies in their day. The name
of Jesus is our sign as well.

Hospice volunteer

training August 10,

Crossroads Church

Hospice of the Emerald Coast
is hosting a volunteer training on
Wednesday, August 10, at
Crossroads church in Marianna
Florida beginning at 9:00 am.
Hospice is a not for profit
healthcare organization who
cares for patients and their fam-
flies with a life limiting illness.
Volunteers are the backbone of
hospice and provide a variety of
services for our patients and
families. If you can give a couple
hours a month to someone in
your community call and register
for this upcoming training.
Be that ray of sunshine to
someone by \isiting. providing a
meal, running errands. Call
Sheila Glover, Volunteer
Coordinator at Hospice of the
Emerald Coast, 850/526-3577
or 866-219-6439.

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1850-674-84


a.m. EDT, Tuesday, August 2,
2005, at Mission Road Church of
God at Fred George and Mission
roads, with burial at Oakland
Cemetery.
A native and lifelong resident
of Leon County, she died five
weeks short of her birthday,
September 4, 1901. She loved
flowers and gardening and was
an active and devoted member of
her church, Mission Road
Church of God (formerly Branch
Street Church of God) until she
was unable to attend.
She is survived by a daughter,
Eleanor Chambers Heath of
Tallahassee; a son, Donald
Chambers (and wife Jeanette) of
Tallahassee; a sister, Louise


rKeep God

In Your Heart
by Rev. R. W. Waterman


lived in Calhoun County, Florida.
since 1980, coming from
Huntsville, Alabama. She was a
homemaker and a member of the
Sunny Hill Pentecostal Holiness
Church in Altha.

Survivors include: one daugh-
ter, Linda Faye Silcox and her
husband, Eugene of Aliha,
Florida; two brothers: Ernest
"Cotton" Middleton and Dannv
Middleton, both of Altha, Florida.
one sister, Barbara Griffin of
Altha, Florida; two grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held at
11:00 a.m. (CDT) Friday, August
5, 2005 from the Peavy Funeral
Home Chapel in Blountsto\\-n.
Florida with Rev. Coy Collins offi-
ciating. Interment followed in
New Shiloh Cemetery in Altha.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Peavy Funeral
Home, Blountstown, 674-2266.


Barineau of Tallahassee; a devot-
ed sister-in-law, Betty Harvey of
Tallahassee; her grandchildren,
Karen Griffin, Bruce Friebel,
Janet Dykes, Susan Carver, Pam
Patrick, Robert Chambers,
Marcia Rudd, William Chambers
and Diane Kobes; eighteen
grandchildren; eleven great-
grandchildren; and many devot-
ed nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by
a daughter, Margaret Seitz; a
son, Ruel Chambers; and a
grandson, Richard Messer.
Bevis Funeral Home of
Tallahassee was in charge of the
arrangements. 850-385-2193.

JUNE CAROLYN BATES
Mrs. June Carolyn Bates, age
64 of Altha, Florida died August
3, 2005 at Chipola Nursing
Pavilion, Marianna, Florida.
Mrs. Bates was born in
Jackson, Tennessee, and had


Worship in song

at Abe Springs

SAbe Springs Pentecostal
Holiness Church would like to
invite you to a night of worship
in songs with local talent on
Saturday, August 13th at 6:00
p.m. Come and enjoy the fellow-
ship at 12579 SECR 275 in
Blountstown. For more informa-
tion call 762-2146..


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BM WIiQ B -1;"i All
CONGRATULATIONS TO MASTER SERGEANT TODD PROWANT of the
United States Air Force on his retirement after 24 'ears of service to
our country. Love -'our family. YVodra, Tyler, Nilsa. Kayla and friends


Prowant retires after


24 years in Air Force


Master Sergeant (MSgt)
Todd Prowant took off his
beret and uniform and hung it
up this past weekend for the
last time after completing a 24
year career in the Air Force
that has taken him around the
world many times over.
MSgt Prowant entered the
Air Force in 1981 from his
hometown of Kewanee. IL.
Over the years, he served at
several bases across the coun-
try as well as the Republic of
Panama and other undisclosed
temporary duty locations to
include desert and arctic war-
fare. training deployments:
Tactical Air Command M-16
Combat Rifle Course in Indian
Springs, NV; Ground Defense
Flight NCO Course at Camp
Bullis, TX: and Security
Supervisor Course at Lackland
AFB, TX. At Tyndall AFB, FL,
he attended Non-Commis-
sioned Officer Preparatory
Course. OJT Supervisor
/Trainer Course and Non-
Commissioned Officer
Leadership Course.
In March 1989, he was
assigned to Ramstein AFB
Germany at Headquarters U.S.
A#r Forces Europe. While at
SRamtei., : he. completedted ...
Soviet/Wafsaw -Pact Weapons *
Instructor "uliffrcati6n "'and '-
Certification Course, along
with other management and
. senior military programs. In
1991, MSgt Prowant was
deployed to undisclosed loca-
tions for Desert Shield and
again for Desert Storm for the
Gulf War.
In 1996, he entered the U.S.
Army ANG for two years as a
16 Stinger Missiles with Air
Defense Artillery and complet-
ed Manpads crew member
course in Indiana. In 1998, he
reentered the Air Force
assigned to 919 Special
Operations Wing at Eglin AFB,
FL where he attended several


courses including supervisor
Safety Course and Anti-
Terrorism Force Protection
Level II course. as well as
Combat Arms Supervisor
School at Lackland AFB, TX.
MSgt Prowant was the 919th
Security Forces Combat Arms
Superintendent.
MSgt Prowant was one of
the first to answer the call to
duty following the events of
September 11th, 2001. He was
placed on orders at Duke Field
the following day and on 24
Sept 01 he was placed on
Presidential Executive Orders.
He was instrumental in the
total force commitment while
his unit and xing was mobi-
lized to support the war on ter-
ror at numerous undisclosed
locations. His unit was the first
muit activated after 9/11.

MSgt Prowant retired as the
919th Secunty Forces Combat
Arms Superintendent and
Master Instructor in the
Special Operations Command.
His numerous awards include
the Kuwait Liberation Medal.
Government of Kuwait; Kuwait
Liberation Medal. Kingdom of
Saudi Arabia: Small Arms
Expert Markslmanshjp Ribbon
with one Bronze service star:
Armeu Forces Reserve Medal
with mobility device; Air Force
Longevity Service Award with
two bronze oak leaf clusters;
Global War on Terrorism
Service Medal; Southwest Asia
Service Medal with one bronze
service star: National Defense
Service Medal with one bronze
service star; and Air Force
Outstanding Unit Award with.
Valor Device and one Silver
Oak Leaf Cluster.
MSgt Prowant serves as
Calhoun County's Boy Scout
Unit Commissioner. He and his
wife. Yadira (Jay). have three
children, Tyler, Nilsa and
Kavla.


. rChiurich Dirctory


For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


Blountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals
Sunday Services Hwy. 20 West
Sunday School...9:45 AM 13th Street
Morning Worship...11:00 AM1
EveningWorship...5:00 PM Blountstown, FL
Wednesday Service...7:OO PM 850-674-4331

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

First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
Bt with

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


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown, Florida


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


WORSHIP SERVICE:
SUNDAY
C u MMUN uIVrCHURCH 8:00AM & 10:30'PM

19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5747 email: info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: www.rivertownchurch.info



St. Mary Missionary

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


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRYWHITE,. Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM wwwdtapps.com/solthside/
.CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday.School
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon
674-8884


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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. 518 Year of Issuance: 2001

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Begin at the
Southwest Corner of the West 1/2 of the
Northeast 1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 31,
Township 2 North, Range 11 West, run East
120 feet; then run north 520 feet to POINT OF
BEGINNING; then run East 00 feet; thence
North 40 feet; thence West 100 feet; thence
South 40 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
The above described land Is also known as Lot
20, Block p.11. A unrecorded Plat in Calhoun
County, Florida.

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Joseph Olds, 701
Cedar Circle, Spenceport, NY 14559-1646.

Said Property being the County of CALHOUN.
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law the
property described in such certificate shall be
SOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
door on the 1st day of September, 2005, at
10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
July 20, 27: Aug. 3, 10, 2005




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. 500 Year of Issuance: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Begin at the
SE Corner of W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of
Section 31, Township 2 North, Range 11 West,
then North 280 feet for POB, thence West 100
feet, thence North 40 feet, thence East 100
Feet, thence South 40 feet to POB, The above
described is also known as Lot 26, Block P-7.
In. an unrecorded plat. n Calhoun County,
Florida.

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Theorore R. and
Lorraine Sayer, P.O. Box 4125, Topeka, KS
66604

Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be' redeemed. according to law the
property described in such certificate shall be
SOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
door on the 1st day of September, 2005. at
10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATIAWAY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
July 20, 27; Aug. 3, 10, 2005




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL .CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 05 214CA
DELYNDA LEE JOHNSON, and
DELANA CARGO,
Plaintiff,

-vs- .
EKARI KORHNAK, if alive, and if dead, and/or
VIRGINIA MOAT, their unknown spouses.
oLher pirie: clainTirna t.,' trU ugh wonder or
again.rt Kai-, Korrnnak and \'irgrua rl. ar.o
all odier pirue" clirm.r.c t., thr.,;ugr, und-er
cr again'i tlei, and all u urdu-n.mjTi nalural
pet ..on; if .3lPe. anrd ii n3d or nro krc..uTi to be
-dead :. r l[j e Il.eilr se.era jnd re -=p;'La.e
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees and
. creditors or other parties claiming by,- through
or-under thc-=e u-rts.rn.).r. rn,.sraJ perr-.r-n and,
the several arjd irepc.ecu, e .jrir'.n:.n a-'ri.
successors in Interest, trustees, or other
person claiming by,, through, under or against
any corporation'or other legal entity hamed as
a D~endrn anrd .li ldimaiiis persons or
pinruet, n uuit.r .,r c.:.rp..r.iee cr whose exact
legal status is unknown, claiming under any of
the above named or described defendants or
parties' or claiming to have any right, title or
interest in and to the lands hereafter.
described, .
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION


TO: KARI KORHNAK, if alive, and if dead,
and/or VIRGINIA MOAT, their unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors
and all other parties claimin,-, by. through,
under .:.r 'a.lri. Karl K..rrnr,k and Virginia
Moat, and all olnrer parties claiming by,
through, under or against them and all
,nkr..:-n nr, .r,,rua perins if alive, and if.dead
.:.r noi. k.r,.. rn to .e J:i.1 or alive, their several
and respective unknown spouse, heirs,
deisees grantees ard rrediioris 'r other
parues i:l.aim f by, tihr:.ugr, or under those
unknown natural.persons; .and, the several and i
respective unknown assigns, successors' in
Interest, trustees, or other person claiming by,
through, under or against any corporation or
Solher le~!' erni., named as a Defendant; and
all. : Iaii .jar,-' ..r ,:,r or parties, natural, or
corporate, or whose exact legal status s
unknown, claiming under any of the' above
naied or described defendants or parties "or
claiming to have any right,'title or interest in
and to the lands r.ere. ,iier s erit.:c.,1
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Complaint for Reformatioh, Correct Deed and
Quiet Title has been filed in the Fourteenth'
Judicial Circuit in Calhoun County, Florida, for
th e I-,llf li d c ir,:ie l cd i. ,-.per. '.,

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.,
Ruth W. Attaway, Clerk
Clerk of" the CircjiL C.:'urt
Calriaun Counr,. Florld ''
July 20, 27; Aug. 3, 10, 2006


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAL'


U
E


NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a
Writ of Execution Issued In Circuit Court; of
Calhoun County, Florida, on the 11th day of
May, 2005, In the cause wherein WINIFRED
ELISE WHITECROSS AS SOLE EXECUTRIX OF
THE ESTATE OF EDWARD HALL WHITECROSS
was the plaintiff and JANI SALONEN AND
5AL:-'NEN MARINE, INC. 'v.a jefendan., belrng
Case No 2001-360, in sald Courl I Da id L"
Tatum, As Sheriff of Calhcun Count-, Florid
have levied upon all the right, title, and
Interest of the defendant, JANI SALONEN AND
SALONEN MARINE, INC. In and td the following
described real property, to-wit:


EXHIBIT "A RIVER PROPERTY"
Tract No. 1:
A parcel of land situated and being in Section
3, and Section 4, Township 1 South, Range 8
West, Calhoun County, Florida and more
particularly described by metes and bounds,
to wit: Commence at the Northwest Corner of
Section 3, Township 1 South, Range 8 West,
Calhoun County, Florida, and thence run
South 88 degrees 12 minutes East 1344.13'
feet, to an iron pipe; run thence South 00
degrees 56' minutes West 594.52, to a
concrete monument, said concrete monument
being the Point of Beginning, from said Point of
Beginning, continue thence South 00 degrees
56 minutes West 660.0 feet, to a concrete
monument lying on the West bank of the,
Apalachlcola River, and being 58 feet North of
the Mean high water line, said concrete.
monument being Meander Point No. 1; thence
South 42 degrees 47 minutes West 89.58 feet,
along the Meander Line of .the West Bank of
the Apalachicola River to an iron pin, said iron
pin being Meander Point No. 2, run thence
South 56 degrees 30 minutes West 153.83
feet, long the Meander Line of the West Bank
of the Apalachicola River to an Iron pin, said
iron pin being Meander Point No 3; run thence
South 30 degrees 44 minutes West 303.70 feet
along the Meander Line of the West bank of
the Apalachicola River to an iron pin, said iron
pin being Meander Point No. 4, run thence
South 36 degrees 11 minutes West 122.62 feet
along the Meander Line of the West Bank of
the Apalachicola River to an iron pin, said iron
pin being Meander Point No. 5, thence run
South 24 degrees 00 minutes West 341.50
feet, along the Meander Line of the West Bank
of the Apalachicola River to an iron pin, said
iron pine being Meander Point No. 6; run
thence South 24 degrees 59 minutes West
181.70 feet, along the Meander Line, of the
West Bank of the Apalachicola River to a
concrete monument said concrete monument
being meander Point No. 7, ruin thence North
89 degrees 21 minutes West 619.81 feet, to a
concrete monument lying 30 feet East of the
centerline of the Marianna and Blountstown
Railroad; run thence North. 7 degrees 07
minutes East 449.73 feet along a line lying 30
feet East of and parallel to the center line of
the Marianna and Blointstown Railroad to a
concrete monument, run thence Northwesterly
462.06 feet, along an arc having a radius of
956.31 feet and lying 30 feet East of and
parallel to the centerline of the Marianna and
Blountstown Railroad to a concrete
monument; run thence North 20 degrees 34
minutes West 818.45 feet along a line lying 30,
feet East of and parallel to the center line of
the Marianna and Blountstown Railroad to a
concrete monument; run thence South 89
degrees 04 minutes Ea -i !",i 4 AL I'.:i, to the
Point of Beginning.

EASEMENT NO. I:

A perpetual easement for the purpose of
permitting access to and from thie pFr.peri. i-.f
Coastal Timber Land and Pulp C.irpf.rauJCn
Sections 3 and 4, of Township i S.:.uul- F. .u-.
8 West, Calhoun County, Fkcrilj ind. m.ure
particularly'described, to-wit: Commence at
tri-, r.:.irtr,-.. Corner of the property of
Cui.ii.al Timtcr Land and Pulp Corporation and
run thence South 20 degrees 34 minutes East
620 feet, more or less. along the West
boundary of the property 'of Coastal Timber
Land and Pulp Corporation and run thence
South 20 degree~ 3i4 m-nnutr Ea't 620 feet
more or less, al.:n -i ','e em b.runodary of the
property of Coast Timber Land and Pulp
Corporation to a point, said point I, in cn -the
center line of a perpetual'.easerrmer t:. I' -I
wide and being the Point of Beginning. From
said Pcin .:ii B.ginrngt iui ruTr, en,:- eteirl
660 fee, m.:te uior lei,:. iL, ENiL boundary Of
the Rig-,l ':.'l \ it .,fap pJull, RoJad j..%T 5:
FJ. .'r S.rieel. ;il Ilr? berinc 'he enter line :,'I
perpeF-Jal ririr. of.way easement 60 feet wide
and lying 30 feet on each side of and parallel
to and, adjacent 'to the center line. herein
described.

LESS TTHE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY DEEDED TO FARMERS MILL AND
ELEVATOR, INC., a Florida Corporation, by
Warranty Deed, dated May 4, 1965, recorded
February 21,, 1967, in O.R. Book 18, page
443. of the Public Records of Calhoun County.
Fi. rid I-..,. -. i, r ..-i .1 A l- J I Li U '1 .1,
'i NWr, ',4 L-1 iecu:.n 3 T..oinhip I Sou.n.
F.nre 6 te;t described a filloA
Commerce ai the riV% Coi'-rneofr j 1ld Se.:ll.iri
and run S:.utLh 6e de~ree.e 12 minutes E-t
1344.13 feet, thence South ii0 aoegree:- 51
minutes West 594.52. feet, thence North 89
degrees 04 minutes West 1548.82 feet, to a
point' 30 feet East of the centerline of the
Marianna and Blountstown .Railroad; thence
South 20 degrees 34 minutes East along a line,
30 feet Easterly'of and parallel to. said
Marianna and Blountstown Railroad' 818.45
feet to the beginning of a curve to the right,
having a radius of 959.21 feet and a central
angle of 27 degrees 41 minutes, thence run
Southerly along said. curve 30 feet Easterly of
and parallel to, .he ienerluein of aid j Marianna
hnd Blountstown Railr.:..as 4 ,:2 Oi fei. thence
South 7 degrees 07 minutes West 249.73 feet,
along a line 30 feet Easterly of and parallel to
said Marianna and Bi:.urI.t.:.,rn fRii t.jo ithe
Point of Beg:r.,nrg Irurnm ,id P.:.int of
Beginning, run thence South 70 degrees 57
'minutes E 3i i,626 J feet to a point on the West
Bank of the Apalachicola River,. thence run
North 89 degrees 21 mrnui: 'WeCil 619 1l
feet, to a point 30 i-ce Ea~:terli o the
centerline of the Marianna and Blountstown
Rlr.:..J ir,,:ncr N..,th 7 degrees 07 minutes
ELa: 2i.. iee, parallel to said. railroad, t,:, the
Point of Beginning, as above described.
EASEMENT NO. II: .

A peripe.ca3' ejsemeni .r [he p uuip.'.e .
pernimlli ..:eisa to and Ifrom one pr,:..ferii
Coastal Timber Land arjd Pulp Corporation,
.Section 3. and Section 4 o' Township 1 South,
Range 8 w.V;t Calhoun County, Florida, and
more 'particularly describedd,' to' wit:
Commerce at.the Southwest Corner of the
property of Coastal Timber Land and Pulp
Corporation and run, thence North 7 degrees
07 minuirte EJ3Lt 340 feet nore or less along
the 'e tWic.in,.iar, .: I le properLt of Coastal
Timber Land and Pulp Corporation. toa Point,
said Point Ilini on the. center line of a.
perpetual eazemer.i 60 feet wide and being the
Point of. Beginning. From said Point of
Beginning, run thence Westerly 510 feet, more
or less, to the East boundary bi tLhe rhrith :i
way of a public road, known a rj.cer ,ire'i,'
:u, d irn e ? el :L Lb'I c e ,ner l rn,? ,:,1 a p e rp e lu al
rih 'i 1' ee semi enl 0 leIe lIe a in.d I ,ln 3 .'
feet on each side :of and parallel to and
adjacent to the center line herein described.


DESCRIPTION: (Parcel
29-1N-08-0000-0002-0000)


ID#


Commence at the Southeast Corner of the
Sciure-.i 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 ri'hit .:f
way line of said Charlie Johns iStreet,. ',i rme
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 tnre Weti right of
way line aforesaid Charlie Ji.r,nnrcn Street;
thence Run South 331.67 feet, along the West
ri'ht f' way line of s id ChArlle Johns Street,
i,,' tre FOINT OF BEGiNliaG .

I shall offer this property for sale, on the
steps of the Calhoun County Courthouse, City
of Blountstown, State of Florida, on the 29th
day of Aigust 2005 at the hour of.9:00 a.m.
OR as soon thereafter as possible. Ilwill offer
for sale all the said defendant's Jahl Salonen
and Salonen Marine, Inc., right, title and
Interest in the aforesaid real property,, at
public tu.:tl.,n and will sell the same; subject
to. tat.e all prior lienz. encumbrances and
luddgmentL. If anm o the .uc,:e:'iiul bidder for
1:ASH IN HAND The proceeds to be applied as
far as may be to the payment of costs and the
satisfaction of the above-described execution.

David L. Tatum,
Sheriff, Calhoun County
July 27; Aug. 3, 10, 17, 2005


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED,
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT, Betts Land
Company. the holder of the followingr
certificate has filed said certifl'lCie i'or a lt
deed io be Issued ihereon, The certllicate
number ard ye:,r of I-suance, tre dlecrlpilljn
of the property, and the names In which it was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 499 Year ofPIssuane~; 2002


DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Begin at the
SE Comer of the W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of
Section 31, Township 2 North. Range 11 West,
Run North 100 feet to POB. Thence run West
100 feet; thence run North 40 feet, thence
East 100 feet, thence south 40 feet to POB.
The above described is also known as lot 31,
Block P-7. In an unrecorded plat in Calhoun
County, Florida.

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Robert Andrew
Wilson and wife, Margaret Marie Wilson, 1366
Earls Bridge Rd., Easley, S.C. 29640.
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law the
property described in such certificate shall be
SOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
door on the 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


LEGALNOTIC


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 2005-219-CA
.UCN: 072005CA000219XXXXXX
BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A. F/K/A NATIONSBANK, NA.,
Plaintiff,
-vs-

HARRY V. RECKER, JR.; et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or -Summary Final Judgment of
foreclosure dated August 3, 2005, and
entered in Case No. 2005-21,9-CA,
UCN:072005CA000219XXXXXX of the'Circuit
Court in and for Calhoun County, Florida,
wherein Bank of America, N.A. f/k/a
Nationsbank, N.A. is Plaintiff and HARRY V.
RECKER, JR.; TAMMY L. RECKER; UNITED
GUARANTY RESIDENTIAL .INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NORTH CAROLINA; BANK OF
AMERICA, N.A. F/K/A NATIONSBANK, N.A:;
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. '1; UNKNOWN'
TENANT NO. 2; and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT TO T HIS
ACTION, OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE
ANY RIGHTTITLE OR. INTEREST, IN THE
PROPERTY 'HEREIN DESi-'.itiED
Defendants, I will sell to in.r n. gr.ei anj te-:i
lbi,:id'r :...r ::'h on the Front Steps of the
cAir,.nun luC.jr.i, c.r. 1,u c .I 42'- E Central
Avenue, Blounts.:-.ri FL 3t2424 ai Calhoun


County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. CST on the
22nd day of September, 2005, the following
described property as set forth in said Order
or Final Judgment, to-wit:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF THE NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SECTION 32,
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 11 WEST,
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA, THENCE RUN
NORTH 00 DEGREES 07'58" WEST, ALONG
THE WEST LINE OF SECTION 32. FOR 984.14
FEET TO THE SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. 274; THENCE
SOUTH 71 DEGREES 44'29" EAST ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE 326.96 FEET, TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE SOUTH
00 DEGREES 09'08- EAST FOR 589.33 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 33'45" EAST
FOR 352.05 FEET TO THE EAST LINE OF THE
WEST 1/2 OF THE NW 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4;
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 09'08" WEST
ALONG SAID EAST LINE 470.14 FEET TO THE
SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
STATE ROAD NO. 274 THENCE NORTH 71
DEGREES 44'29" WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT
OF WAY LINE 371.86 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
If you are, a person with a disability who'
needs any accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact the Court at
.850-674-4545, fax 850-674-5553 within two
(2) working days of your receipt of this Notice;:
if you are hearing or voice impaired, call
Florida Relay Service (800) 955-8770.

DATED at Blountstown, Florida, on August 4,
2005.
Ruth W. Attaway,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
August 10, 17, 2005





NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE HEREBY' GIVEN THAT Betts'Land
Company', the holder of the following
certificate hasfiled said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the description
(i' he ',.pi :.','- an.j 'li. names in 0. I.v h II \1
a :e i .-.1 ire ; I.... -
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 T:. i,.i; -f 2 i., I .-,i i.-
N e F ur-. 22-" l.- l Lr, .., Jdr-. rJ h. r._
,:.i i.:. ( -:'t ,i., ,. 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
:,I- ,ri- ...i J plat 'i Calhoun County,
F u i.,'i j i ,-


NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Donald Caldwell
and wife, Norma B. Caldwell, 4194 Hwy. 18S,
Moranvian 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 the highest bidder at the Courthouse
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


LEGAMfLSHNOT

BID NOTICE
STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES
"SHIP PROGRAM"


The Calhoun Board of County Commissioners
will accept sealed bids on behalf of its State
SHousing Initiatives Partnership "SHIP" Program
for the rehab of houses until 12:30 P.M. local
time on Tuesday, August 16. 2005. Bids may
be delivered to the Clerk's Office In the
Calhoun'County Courthouse, Blountstown,
Florida 32424. Bids must arrive before
deadline. Bids will be opened on August 16,
2005 at 5:05 p.m. or as soon afterwards as
possible.
Bids must be sealed in an envelope marked
"Sealed Bid For "SHIP Rehab" and identified by
the name of the firm, and the date and time of
the bid opening
Bid sheets and 'specifications may be
obtained by contacting Dowling Parrish or
Faye Bailey, SHIP Administrators, 20859 East
Central Avenue, Room 309, Blountstown,'
Florida, phones .(850) 674-8046 or 674-2571.
A Mandatory Prebid Conference will be held
.. Thu,i j,.,' u',,i i1 2005 at 9:00 A.M.'
I. ..al uI., 1- r.. Ca il r..ui'i Building Department
I.:..:ahJ r.1- ,i', -.J I f.'" t.* .: the Calhoun County
Courthouse.
Rehabs will be bid. It ii-r,,. ,-:p.-.ni- .i.i, :.l
tr.e n: r .,nii ..: i: r to' puF' hj ..: x!l pI.:I.-.'i
deemed necessary.
Bidders must .provide proof of general
liability and Workman's Compensation
Insurance in the bid package. The insurance
must be in force at the time of the bid
opening. As an alternative to, providing
Workman's Compensation Insurance, the
prospective bidder shall provide proof of
Worker's Compensation Exemption.. Any
person ,:i|m;ir,, i :. be exempt sh ,ii b. ,- ':..i .i
to an '-*"lil'l'. -':f'':il.'l' I' {": 'I 1l
exemption and i:''-,". :i. all workers on.job
site.
ir.1.r-iro contractors are encouraged to
p.'i.: i'.: 'Calhoun County is an Equal
Opportulnu., ..r,-i j,:,',,on The Calhoun
County Er .:'jr.i .: m...uil Commissioners
reserves r,.: ,i-hi e': i : any and all bids
and to~,I .: a.i i, :m i l.


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts Land?
Company, Inc., the holder of the followlrin-
certificate has filed said certificate for a tax i
deed to be issued thereon. The ,:c ficate
number and year of issuance, the description
of the property, and the names in which t1 was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 507 Year of Issuance: 2002
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Commence at
the SW Comer of the W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NW-
1/4 of Section 31, Township 2 North, Range 11-t.
West, Run East 220 feet, then run North 200
feet to the point of beginning, thence run East'
100 feet, thence North 40 feet, thence run,
West 100 feet, thence South 40 feet to Point of,
Beginning. The above described land is also'
known as Lot 28, Block P-10. In an?
,unrecorded plat in Calhoun County, Florida. .
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Thomas M.1
Hastings and L.G. Hastings, 103 West Silver"
Lake Rd., Traverse City, MI 49684

Said Property being the County of CALHOUN, A
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate,
shall be redeemed according to law the
property described in such certificate shall be
SOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse-
door on the 6th day of October, 2005, at:
10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,,.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31, 2005




NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts Land:,
Company, Inc., the holder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon.. The certiflcatel
number and.year of issuance; the description
of the property, and the names in which it was'
assessed are as i'-. mi.:
Certificate No: 508 Year of Issuance: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Commence at4.
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 I:r.-1i, 840
See LEGALS, Pagel. 13


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r! HELP WANTED. |

" 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.
S Main SI., Biounisiown, FL 32424

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!
No experience required. CDL Training is
now available in your area Covenant
Transport has immediate openings for
Sentry-level semi drivers. Our avg Drivers
- -earn more than $36K first year. OTR
- Regional runs get you home weekly. Train
f or top pay call Today 1-866-280-5309.
* **"* *** *
S Help wanted on Dairy Farm -.Milkers
for weekday afternoons and weekends..
Competitive wages. Experience helpful,
S- but not necessary. Male or female may
-apply. Must be honest and dependable.
C- all with references: 674-3998. '



HELP

WANTED
Interim Healthcare
has an immediate
opening for a
CNA/CHM
in the Altha &
Blountstown Area.
Please call
482-2770 between
the hours of 8-5
:5 Mon;Frrto
schedule an
interview.
July 27, Au. 3. 1i 1 2,)0


YARD SALE

.Yard sale, Sat., from 7:00 until at comer
of Hwy. 20 and Mason Rd

Multi family yard sale. Sat., 8:00 a m
unlil on Elmore Ave.. Blounistown.

Yard sale. Fri.. Sat.. Aug. 12, 13. and Sal..
Aug. 20 at 20783 rNE Bay S Pine Island
Household goods, furniture, appliances.
lawn mowers, clothes and much more.

Yard sale, Sat 7 00 CST. located on 11 th
St in Blountstown at Shuler Brothers.
Many ilems such as Futon. shoes hulch.
knitting yarn, Dedding prom dresses (worn
once). $20 ea.. and lots more. Rain or
sriine. Call643-6009
MONNI


WANTED

Wanted: $40,000. Will pay back $50,000
in six months. Secured by real estate
appraised at $65,000. Call 674-2720.



Badcock
HOME& FURNITUREE
more.
Setup and Delivery
person wanted. Must
have operators
license. Some
experience required.
AYoridy th ru'Satu rday
I 9AM-6PM with one
day off during the
week. Apply Inside.


SUBSTITUTE DRIVER
Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. (Calhoun County
Transit) is seeking applications for a substitute driver. A Class C with
Passenger Endorsement Florida Driver's License, a good driving
record, must be able to pick up 200 Ibs. wilh assistance, and one year
professional driving experience are required. CPR. First Aid. and
completion of a Defensive Driving Course are required, but may be
obtained after hire, al your expense. Must also pass DOT drug lest
Smoke free workplace. After being hired a criminal history check,
fingerprinting, and local law enforcement check will be performed.
Documentation of a recent physical must be presented Applications
may be picked up at 16859 NE Cayson Street, Blounistown, Flonda.
NO PHONE CALLS. CCSCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Application deadline is Wednesday, August 17, 2005 al 4:00 PM CT.
8 3 8' 10 20,05


CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting
applications for:

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR-COMPUTER SYSTEMS .TECHNOLOGY:
Seeking candidates with a Bachelors degree or an Associate in
Science degree in electronics/computer electronics, and appropriate
industry certilicalion in field such as: MCSE, A+, NET+, CompTIA. etc.:
or, a minimum of 5 years equivalent combination of education and lull-
time work experience in business, industry or the military. Prefer recent
work experience with networking hardware.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled

Submit College employment application, resume, references and
copies of college transcripts to Chipola College. Human Resources,
3094 Indian Circle, Marianna, Florida 32446.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION Aug. 8. 2005


I ~SERVICES

Will clean houses between 8 a.m 2
p m.. Monday Friday Call 674-2696.


John
"Handy" Mann
Home Imptovements
"Roof to floor and
so much more"
Repair Remodel Install Painting
SPressure Wash Drywall Concrete
Cell: 447-0810
(850)674-6410
26 Years Experience
Licensed & Insured

FREE PETS

Free puppies, 8 weeks old Call
674-8681





If You Need A Few
Copies Fast,
Come See Us!

Nht aountr Rord
Next to Badcock on Central Ave. 674-5041


CARS & TRUCKS

1995 Honda Accord EX, with 17' racing
wheels, racing header, racing suspension.,
$4.000. Call 6431 786 or 674-4762 ..
***** *.ft ft
1995 Honda four Trax 300, 2 WD,
needs minor work, runs and drivable make
other. Call 674-3756
*** **** *******
1989 Ford van, runs good, $1700. Call
.,6674-6142.
. ..- .. fi -
1996 Toyota Camry, PW, PDL sunrool
and tinied windows. 10 disc. CD changer,
147 000 miles excellent condition. $4500
(located at the Credit Union). Call
643-1582 or 674-4527, ask for Diane.


I FOR SALE |


21' 2002 Trail-Lite by R-Viscon camper.
enclosed, Chassis Undercarriage. Call
after 6 p.m 674-4233.
f***t****f* t***
Computers for sale new or factory
relurbished computers. Monitors. Inkjet &
Laser Printers, CD's, CD-RW, CD Dnves.
Zip Drives SparO Drive and Software
Call Russell A Peier-.on at t850) 674-2958
17785 Crozier SI Bl:unlsliown E-mail
russellp 'digiralExpl. Cornm

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

Rake & tedder good cori.,,irn $550
marnure spreajder. Initrnaioril.. inr working
condition. '350 Call 6747854

(4) 17" Fivestar rims and tires.
aluminum tires are new, asking $650.
Call 674-4762 or 643.1786

2001 Honda Shadow 600 motorcycle,
female owned excellent condition, 9422
miles $3.850. Call 6747854.

2003 Honda 400 EX -4 wheeler
Purchased new in 2004. Bright yellow like
new. excellent condition. approx. 10 hours
used, comes with extended warranty.
Asking $4,900 Call 643-9890 leave
message

Cherry dining room table with six
chairs, hulcri and china cabinet, in excellent
condition, $550, round 48" oak claw foot
table with leaf and four chairs, excellent
condition, $175.; two oak bar siools irt.i
match laDle. $30. ea Must see to
appreciate. Call 850-674-8202 and leave
message. Moving, must sell. Negotiable.

Bow & Arrow, Proline Trophy XTX with
quick release, 4 arrows and 40 70 Ibs
pull. 29-31' draw length, $200 OBO Call
674-2021

1995 Gulfstream motor home, Class A:
Sunsport: 27 ft., 454 Chevy engine, good
condition, leather captain's seals, exiral!
Call 674-3615


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LOST & FOUND

Found a Rai Terrier, female, found close
to Jackson Co line Young and house
trained Call 762-3894

Lost: Cream colored Shihizu male,
approx 1 year old. Lost in the Jack Lake
area on Sunday. Aug 7th Small reward
Call Amber at 447-0912 or 674-4313


FOR RENT

Mobile home. 2 or 3 bdr., 2 bath in
Scous Ferry, large add-on carport and
utility buldrin on dead end street on creek.
$110 week, $200 deposit. Call 674-6410 or
447-0810
******* *f** **
House for rent. 3 bdr.. 2 bath. CHA.
ClarKsville area, $350,'mo. Call 674-2761
r ft* ** *
House for rent, 2 bdr., 1 -1'2 baths.
15496 NW Chipola St, Altha. $450/mo
Call 850-867-0722

House for rent, small, 2 bdr., 2 bath
house in Esliffinuga. $400/mo.
$400.securnty deposit No indoor pels. Call
639-5491


FOR RENT
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to Lve"
Rental Assistance

(jSutton Creek Apartment7D
16978 NW Mayo Streel
Blountslown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
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308 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE. FL 32456 229-1110 r.,:,r.a B. ,


STUMP GRINDING
Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Call Chris Nissley
674-8081 or Cell 643-8561


M&W Self Storage

RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$25* 10x10...$45
10x20...$80
e** NO DEPOSIT s**
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8597


T TERRY
"ENTERPRISES
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
PONDS
Licensed and Insured ,
Call lor FREE Estimates
We Accept Major Credit Cards
MOBILE:.8506-643-6142
S850-674-4576


PARTHENON
HEALTHCARE OF
BLOUNTSTOWN
invites you to join a
professional, caring,
and enthusiastic team
RN/LPN
$2000.00 Sign-on Bonus
.CNA's
$2500.00 Sign-on Bonus
"New Pay Scale for CNA's"

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

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

Contact Angela Hewett or
Jennifer Alday at
(850)674-5464
for more information
8 10.2005


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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Largemouth bass can reach 20 Ibs.


from the Fla. Fish and Wildlife "People like its aggressive atti- fish move into shallow water to crankbaits or rattletraps. Bayou
conservation Commission tude. Largemouth bass will go spawn. Spawning may occur as George and the flats area at the


y When the going gets tough, the
tough go fishing. And those look-
ing for a challenge use their bait
.to tackle Florida's best known
.freshwater fish, the largemouth
bass. This monster of the fresh-
;water-world can weigh in at 20-
;plus pounds and has become the
SSunshine State's most popular
freshwater game fish.


feet to the point of beginning, thence run East
S100 feet; thence North 40 feet, thence run
West 100 feet, thence South 40 feet to Point of
Beginning. The above described land is also
known as Lot 12, Block P-10. In an
unrecorded plat in Calhoun County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Bloch Brothers
Corp., 30600 Telegraph Rd., 'Ste 2250,
.Bingham Farms. MI 48025-4532. .
Said Properti beincr the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLO'JRDA Unless.such certificate
shall be redeerrmd according to I 'he
properts describtd in such certificate -nill .,e
SOLD to me ricnetiL bidder at the Courthouse
Door 'on the 6trn da.. of October, 2005, at
'. 10:00 A.M. CST
Fi"iTH il ATT.'AWA'
ClerF. lI the i- C'r.uil Coirt o01
CALH'r:i Lrr COijrLNT'" FLORIDA
'. Aug iI:,' *4. 1 3 2fr



PUBLIC AUCTION
Mallory Towing and Recovery will hold a
public aducion on Auluti 19, 2005 at 2:00
p m (CTI or
1991 CMC P/U White In Color
Vina IGTCS14Z4M0522402
1994 Ford Explorer. Black In Color
.Vin 1IFMDU32X4RUE60166
1989 Ford P/U, While'in Color
ViLn IFTCRIOT7KUC21982
Auction ill be held ar Mailo.u Towing and
S Re.ioverI. Inc ai 18329 r Norh Main Siretct
hiw 7 Nornt in Blocunrt-r.Awn
Mallon To-ing and Recoter, reiernes Lthe
rigEh to reect ar.-i\ and all bil.1
tugu _tL 1[0 200'5




INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids will be rece!.eal c the Catl-,hun
Coinnt Scnool B.ord. )205ri Ceonral A, erue
SE RjoimT G-2)I BCIOuD:LT r Flridn. 324-24
-" until i2 O p Ceniial Line. .Au JiiU I-
. '. *2005
There ih'.:.ild b,] a blnl ,rn each indIooluil Item
Lti be purcr ha-s
1984 CMC I Ton Van
1984 GMC 1/2 Ton Van
1981 Ford 1/2 Ton Van
1979 1/2 Ton Truck
S1970 Massey Ferguson 135 Tractor
1976 Inlernalional Harvesrer Tractor
7 1/2 H.P. Shop Air Compressor
1300 Gallon Water la k
I 'Air Pump and Hose.
3 Door Freezer
Gas Powered Mud Pump .
Metal Cuttlng Ba-l Saw
Til Skillet
Gas Heasters
Trailer
[ Aluminum Scaffold
Foam Sprayer
Gas Stove
Tractor Tires
Jul, 27 A'ui 3 1I 27' i2.'"




WEATHERIZATION BIDS
The Poard of County Commliri,oner will
accept ieiald bids on Au'-.l i.' 2005 a3
5 1- F N ior i; .. i eiiien'irdi i iprcircal in
the Count,' Ccrmmli'o ion Board Ro,:iri. 2i0859
Central Acrnue Ea-t in ElBourii.un ,' Florila.


after almost any kind of artificial
lure or live bait, and they strike
with explosive force," said Wes
Porak, FWC's largemouth bass
specialist. "In fact, the value of
the largemouth as a sport fish
has prompted a movement
toward catch-and-release fishing
in many areas."
Porak said spring is the best
time of year to catch bass, when


for contractors Interested in the'weatherlzing
of houses and mobile homes. Specific'atins
may be picked up at the %,caLrer'i..uJr, Office.
between the hours of ; 00 A M and 3 30 P.M.
Bidders must provide proof of General Liability
.and Workman's Compensation Insurance in
the Bid Package. The Insurance must be in
force at the time of ith bid .:,p.erningr A; rn
alternative to pri-lidlirg v.',rkrnan
Compensation. Insurance, the prospective
bidder shall- provide .proof of, worker's
c:umpern iiion e.emp'irn Anr person
claiming ti b- e.imp'Ti In.ll be i.jut, e.:i 1. an
on-the-job inspection for' proof of exemption,
and;license, of all worker;i .,n j.ob ill':. .For
further information, please conrict: Fje'Balley
at 674-2571..
The B.:.r. l cI Coounri',. Co.irrTin- uir rcrenreI
the nt' i to reject an', or part .:. .ai bidl
SAug! 3. I3, 1.2005




NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
fi,)TICE HEREBY CIVEri THAT Bells Land
Company. Inc Ir,.: ni.,l:r er :i. l he ilol. inri
cerur'liie ras Illcd said cerufi'cate l or a La
dee I.:., be lidea rheirenn The cerilicaLi
nrlunmbr and iear orI iuruanc'. rLhe d',Iinriuin
sir 1 e opr,:.p'ri san3 ihe nliTie- Irl. llin It iL a
a ci:ei:c3 are a' i 1.ll,)._
Cecrl'fic al, No 526 'lar Iof is uanc:e 206 1
rIEESFJiihlri CnF PROPERTY Co'mmrenrce at
nIt r Corner oif ire I I 2 uLf It I "4 I f rai
I 4 :l Secuorn 3i Tounrhip rioni.h Ranee i I
eit R eIr Eail 220 fi, I r- hen ruo riurLr 1240i
leet io e puirilt l'D oegnrr,g i Lr errc run E.i
il":' fee Lrr erice ro hi 4) clt rhence run
W.'. 100 feet hernc: Sj:udh 4u leer Io P-.,lnt ,l
Becrririrln Tii. abo.e deicnbe-dd i.nd i: ;l
Klr:.. i a: LrL 2 Bi:.-:k F'.P- in ai ua n reu ordeal
plat in Cailhur Cou.nl.i Floilda
NAME IN i HICh ASSE55ED' Jo-ieph K
Williamr and Oi,'e G lllTlii am. CiTrJiteeis
and Sui5cc:e:or Truirtees ,c1 itre o.i.epn an dr Rose
%%lla.1ins Reiocable L.,in. Trust 49'u50
F'P:oiell- Ae Unirl. J3i N.:.rrlr Port FL 34257
Said Fr-:'pe-l., beiln : h urtL.' ,i I C ULil i.lr
STATE OF FLORIDrA inile s i such cerufiiic at
hall 'bte r..Jiieemed r aSer c rdinrrg .to la, r. e
pirrperr) ide scribed irn 0'n ciertu :.aile i iall 'r
SoLDtO i,. Inr hanh-i bidder at Lre CjurthC'us."
'co,..r on Lhe Ain ,di ul Ih: tooer 20i'5 al
il':"10 A M CST
RiJT'I %U ATTA'WAN
Clerk i I-ie CCircull iCourti I
CA.l,.1,LMird COijNT' FLOPID,..
AuL 10 7 4 2 31 2005


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

Please Apply at:

Waste Recyclers
15888 SW Silas Green Road
Blounistown, FL

Please Call Billy Rogers
Wilh Any Questions at

800-847-6422


early as January in extreme
south Florida and as late as May
in the panhandle, but March and
April are peak months.
You can find these "bucket-
mouths" and other black bass
species in almost every -body of
freshwater in Florida, so with
more than 7,500 lakes to choose
from, anglers face a tough deci-
sion about where to fish. To help
narrow down that list, FWC fish-
eries biologists recently selected
their top black bass fishing holes
for 2005. The list includes Deer
Point Lake and the Suwannee
River, as well as several others.,
V Deer Point Lake: Those
looking to land some: largemouths
in the panhandle should take a
trip to Deer Point Lake. where
bass fishing becomes red hot in
April and May Anglers unfamil-
iar with Deer Point should try'
fishing in the old creek channels
of Bear. Cedar and Econfina
creeks with plastic worms, diving


confluence of Bayou George and
Deer Point Lake are also popular
largemouth bass sites.
V Suwannee River: Although
this waterway isn't known for tro-
phy largemouth bass, anglers can
expect good catch rates and qual-
ity-size fish. The smaller, but'
feisty, Suwannee bass is plentiful
along most of this 213-mile river
system, and bass large enough to
qualify for FWC's "Big Catch"
Suwannee bass certificates have
been reeled in on the Santa Fe.
Go to MyFWC.com/fishing/
Lpdates/bass2004.html for the
complete list of the top black bass
fishig holes for 2005 and to get
more details, including bag lim-:
its, boat access and consumption
advisories.


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Communications Specialist
West Florida Electric Cooperative, an electric utility located in
Graceville, Florida, is seeking candidates for the position of
Communications Specialist, Qualified candidates must have the ability
to conduct interviews and compose human interest articles, to
layout/design ads and publications, to plan, organize and'schedule
activities and events, effectively speak in public, meet deadlines, be a
good time manager, musl have excellent written and oral
communication skills and people skills. Qualified candidates must
have a BS degree in Communications, Public Relations or a related
field. Experience in the utility industry preferred. Salary
commensurate with experience.

Send a resume to
West Florida Electric Cooperative
ATTN: Personnel Department
P.O. Box 127, Graceville, Florida 32440
by August 22, 2005
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Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Lg ammmmm *- ---- "
JOSEPH RIMES is escorted into the Calhoun County Jail by Sgt. Randy
McCroan following his capture in Clarksville. He reportedly fled from a
state trooper he allegedly nearly hit head-on,


Suspectflees


Chris Porter rode the man's four
wheelers behind the residence
and found the truck near a creek
Sbed, stuck against a tree. K-9
units were called out to search
-- for the suspect, later identified


as Rimes.
A short time later, Maj. Roman
Wood spotted a man walking
along the highway and he was
identified as the driver. Rimes
remains in custody at the jail.


Murder case cont'd-
both unharmed. several times...why he did what
S Marshall avoided the death he did, I'll never know. I'd like
Penalty last Wednesday by with- him to be a man and' have the
S drawing his not guilty plea in the courage to
case. During a hearing in the speak up
-Calhoun County courtroom, and say
Circuit Judge Hentz McClellan why. I'm
ordered him to 'serve three life sorr y... I
sentences in state prison to run tried to talk
concurrently. to him
During a victim impact state- before any of
merit before this hap-
sentencing opened "
w a s 'J u d g e
-imp o s ed, McClellan -
"Sansom's then asked
daughter, Marshall, "Is GERALD WELLS
Margaret there any-
Barber, who thing you'd like to tell me before
is also t I pronounce your sentence?"
Marshall's Marshall, who refrained from
aunt, said, "I looking at Wells and Sansom's
t--h a v e survivors, solemnly replied, "No,
S thought for sir."
-:the Y past EDKAH MARSHALL In addi- ~:
Sm;d..n t h s oton to his
-,about why this happened. I hope three Life
this brings closure to nm family, sentences,
but I hope Eddie never finds M marshall
peace." I. :, Wias '-ordered a
Sansom's other daughter, to'pav resti-
Mary Lou tution to a
Sampson, f u n e r al
added, "I just home to -o'd

know why." expenses of
\\Wells. who his grand- MARGARET BARBER
Marshall left m oth e.r' s
for dead, also, funeral: He was also given, a five
had a few yeai- sentence for introducing
comment s.- contraband into the Calhoun
-1've known County Jail. Sources ..say
Eddie since Marshall was caught with four
he was five shanks reportedly made from a
:JUDGE MCCLELAN years old," he bucket handle, spoon. and two
stated. "He pipes. He was also allegedly'
S came and lived with Ruby and I caught with a handcuff key.


SMinutes cont'd


Thirteen-year-old
arrested for stealing,
wrecking girl's car
A 13-year-old was charged with grand
theft auto after allegedly stealing a
teenage girl's car August 2.
According to the Blountstown Police
Department, the teen allowed a juvenile
to clean her 1993 Toyota Turcel while she
visited with someone at Sutton Creek
Apartments. Later, she looked outside to
find her car was gone. The juvenile
allegedly picked up two friends in the
vehicle and went on a joyride, eventually
crashing into a ditch on Kenny's Mill
Road. None of the juveniles were injured.

Traffic stop ends
in arrest of men;
on cocaine charges,
A routine traffic stop ended in the
arrests of two men on cocaine charges
last Monday night.
Jerry Michael Lewis, 49, and Willie A.
Baker were charged with possession of
cocaine.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Mark Mallory and
Dep. Eddie Dalton were patrolling on SR
71 South when they stopped Baker's
vehicle for not having a visible tag and for
having the radio too loud. After two
requests, Baker turned the radio down.


He was asked to step out of the vehicle
and reportedly appeared nervous. A
search turned up a piece of rolled up
paper towel in Baker's pants pocket with
powder cocaine inside. A search of the.
vehicle turned up a green canvas bag
next to where Lewis had been sitting con-
taining a matchbox with a piece of crack
cocaine, along with two pieces of brillo
pad, a crack pipe, and a stem.
Both men were booked into the coun-
ty jail. Baker was released after posting a
$1000 surety bond. Lewis remained in
custody at press time.

Woman accused
of stealing man's
Pit/English bulldog
A Blountstown woman was arrested
on a warrant this week for allegedly steal-
ing a man's dog.
Ashley Guilford was charged with.
petit theft in the base.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Eddie Baggett, 32, con-
tacted their office back in June, alleging
his part Pit/part White English Bulldog
had been on a chain in his yard when he
left home early ihat morning. However,
*hen re returned laler in ihe day. the dog
was gone. Guillord's mother reportedly
advised Baggett she saw her daughter
walking down the road with his dog.
,Authorities interviewed Guilford who
allegedly stated she had,the dog, but she
didn't take it from Baggett's yard. Insiead.


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she said the dog ran out of the yard and
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$-229.360.00 Aier discussion. a molion'
Swas made by Commissioner Hunt. sec-
;-onded by Commissioner Pickron and
- carried to approve Preble-Rish, Inc. pro-
posal for Professional Engineering
SServices for $229,360.00.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the Board
for approval and execution a Resolution
Declaring A Local State Of Emergency
for Hurrsicare Cer-ii; rc." .uy 22, 2005
through Jl 28, 2,..5 / c-r discussion,
a motion was made by Commissioner
SHunt, seconded by Commissioner
Pickron and canried to approve and exe-
cute said State of ErnCrqer'cy. A motion
was made Lt COmrg..d-rier Hunt, sec-
onded by Csi.m.~cr..,.rer fic'ron and
carried for Chairnman Grant to execute!
the State o E'cE-rer s '.'- r i.ji 22. 2005
through .Julj 2 2,
MAXIE WALDORFF, IDA BOARD
Mr. Waldorff stated that he presented
Sto L-3.the Lease Agreement dated July
1, 2005 and at this time tey have not
executed the Lease Agreement.
M r. Waidorff presern'-': r, 'hIe Bar. a
proposal from Advanced Training
Services (ATS) for approval. The propos-
al is for one year and negotiable at the
end of the year. After discussion, a
motion was made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by Commissioner
Pickron and cared to approve said pro-
posal
Mr. Waldorff stated that Advanced
Training Services (ATS) will also lease
the Waste Water Treatment Plant and
the use of the 10 acres for $11,400.00.
After discussion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Wise and carried to
approve the above lease.
OUIDA O'BRYAN, DRAINAGE ON
THE GEORGE O'BRYAN ROAD
Ms. O'Bryan addressed the Board
S.asking for the ditch to be cleaned out on
the George O'Bryan Road.
SCommissioner Hunt stated that the Road
Superintendent will take the backhoe
o and clean out the ditch and fix the Road.
Commissioner Wise stated that they
could use the road crew to correct the
problem,
MIKE WILLIS, DRAINAGE
Mike Willis discussed with the Board
drainage problems on his property.
COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise stated that Art!


Lewis spoke with him concerning a trail-
er park he purchased. He staled that Mr.
Lewis did not come before the Board.
He was told to go to the Health
Department to get a permit for the trail-
ers. Commissioner Pickron asked if Mr.
Lewis had talked with Dowling Parrish in
the Building Department. Commissioner
,Wise stated that Mr. Parrish sent Mr.
Lewis to the Health Department.;
SILAS GREENE, SAM ATKINS PARK
Mr. Greene stated that his property
was adjacent to Sam Atkins Park and
that the County has not complied with
the :Florida, Communities Trust
Agreement. He staled ihat a fence was
to be placed between his properly, and
the park. The Counry rad fenced all
sides with the exception of the South
side. Commissioner'Wise stated that the
South side was in a wetland and the
fence would impede the natural flow of
wildlife and water. Commissioner Wise
stated ,he 'would contact Florida
Communities Trust and ask for the sur-
vey. He stated he would also get with
Tim Jenks and they would identify the
markers on the property.
Mr, Greene stated that there was a
deer stand and a food plot on the County
Property. After, discussion the Board
agreed by consensus to have Tim
remove the tree stand and food plot and
have the Florida Department of
Agriculture patrol the area.
Commissioner Wise stated he had no
idea this was available to the public. He
asked the Board to allow him to place an
ad in the paper stating that this area is
available to the public.
CLERK ATTAWAY
Clerk Attaway stated that
'Commissioner Wise asked if the Board
could join with the City of Blountstown
and hold an appreciation luncheon for all,
Representatives responsible for the
County and City Grants. Clerk Attaway
stated that the cost would be approxi-
mately $1,000.00 for the County's por-
tion of the meal. After discussion, a
motion was made by Commissioner
Wise, seconded by Commissioner
Pickron and carried to approve the
above request, agreeing to pay one half
of the meal cost up to $1,000.00.

ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAVAY, CLERK
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN


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Aug. 1: Willie A. Baker, possession of cocaine; Jerry M. Lewis, possession of
cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Aug. 2: Nicholas Erlandson, no drivers license; David White, warrant/grand
theft; Laurie A. Jones, driving while license suspended or revoked; Camilla
Merville, failure to pay fine/Bay Co.
Aug. 3: Joel King, violation of probation; Lilly Mae Middlebrooks, failure to
appear in court; Shannon Chason, writ of attachment
Aug. 4: Ashley D. Guilford, warrant/petit theft; Randal Pitts, sentenced from
court;, Deborah Banks, driving under the influence; Carolyn G. Jones, failure to
appear in court/12 counts ; .;
Aug. 5: Timothy M. Snipes, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis,
possession of drug paraphernalia; Marcella Chaffin, violation, of. county
probalion: Joseph Rimes, fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer,
reckless driving, driving while licensesuspeinded or revoked; Michael Rayburn,
driving while license suspended or revoked
Aug. 6: Patricia Coryell, driving under the influence; Joshua Powell, driving
while license suspended or revoked
Aug. 7: Ronnie Taylor, warrants/Bay Co.
Aug. 8: Gordcn Ripma. Jr.. possession of less than 20 grims of marijuana,
possession of drug paraphernalia lailure a1 appear in court
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.