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Creation Date: August 17, 2005
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2005 U 98th Year, No. 50 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


ANNUAL FESTIVAL


oat Day

Festival set

for Oct. 15,

Atkns Park
BY KELLI PEACOCK
,News Editor
SThe annual Goat Day festivi-
les are right around the corner
and Blountstown Rotary Club
members remind anyone inter-
sted in obtaining a booth space
Slo sign.up now.
SAlways held' the third-
Saturday in October. the cele-
Sbration is set for Saturday.
october 15, at San Atkins Park
'- ff Hwy. 20 in Blountstown.
": Artists, crafters, food, and
-. -business vendors will fill the
-park side. while old fashioned
-' rafts and demonstrations will
S-e across the wooden walkway at
-the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement. The Settlement will
also offer tours of the historic
abins.
In addition, entertainment is
being lined up throughout the
day on both sides of the walkway
iand there will be plenty of those
famous Goat Day games includ-
ing the greased pig chase that
has become many youngsters'
[ favorite activity.
S Booth prices remain the same
this year at 840 for artists.
crafters, and business vendors.
and 8150 for food vendors. To
obtain a booth application call
ILIm Adanms at 674-5449.


COMMUNITY PEP RALLY


You CAN'T


HIDE


THAT TIGER PRIDE


IT'S ON AGAIN! Blountstown High School hosted a community-wide pep rally Friday night to celebrate the start of the 2005
Football season. In addition tc watching game highlights tron last season, the ploaers were Introduced for both football and
.olle0ball, ai well a. cheerleaders cn the J V and .,arsit, squads -. few' merrbers of the 70s state championship football
terr, -.'r- :". r r,.j a .: i t.:. : ff-r r i :rir-, :i .:. ri .- tie 2i- i T00 Ti .:.- r- .' ::.. T;.i -r .-1-, l.:lr: iari.. : .- I. r 1 tt- -.:,n._l,-i:-r, e
In the alma mater at the conclusion of the pep rally,The Tigers host Bristol Friday night in the Kickoff Classic with game time
set for 7-30 p.m. ..' '


COUNTY COMMISSION



New rules for county meetings


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If you have a concern to dis-
cuss with the Calhoun County
Commission, bring it on.
But. according to Clerk of
Court Ruth Attaway. be pre-
pared to follow some new rules.
"Anybody who comes in
must sign a card stating they
want to address an item on the
agenda or discuss another
matter." Clerk Attaway
explains. "You will be allowed


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to speak for three minutes and
you can say a lot in three min-
utes."
However, for those who want
to be placed on the
Commission agenda in
advance. the ume allowed is
much longer. "If you want to
come before the board, we've
left that at 15 minutes." says
Attaway. "It may last 30 min-
utes. but for the initial com-
ments it's 15 minutes maxi-
mum."
Altaway says the rules are


needed to keep the meetings
from getting out of control and
to prevent one person from
monopolizing the entire ses-
sion. "What was happening.
you had people all over the
audience interjecting com-
ments all through the meet-
ing," Attaway points out. "Once
someone even used profanity."
In response to one meeting
attendee's corrplaint about
others being allowed to speak
more frequently, Attaway
responds, "Harry IHagan of


WYBT Radiol asks questions
for clarification because he's
the press. Sonny [O'Bryan.
Grants Coordinator] and me
are asked questions because
we are keeping information for
the board. When we go in, we
are part of the board meeting."
Attaway says she is prepar-
ing a complete set of guidelines
for county commissioners to
consider that will set a format
for all their meetings. She
expects to have them complet-
ed in the next few weeks.


Sheriff's Office


annual car show


September 24
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Christmas will be here before we know it andK
the Calhoun Countv Shenffs Office is busy rais-
ing funds to make sure ever child in our com-
munlity has a happy holiday.
Each year, Sheriff David Tatum and his team
devote countless houis in front of a hot barbecue
grill preparing plates to sell or meeting with area
businesses to arrange drawing prizes, all to pro-
Oide toys for little boys and girls who might not
otherwise receive anything for Christmas. For the
third year in a row. Team Sheriffs Office is host-
ing a "Classic Car & Street Rod Show" set for
Saturday. September 24, in the Calhoun County
Courthouse parking lot. All proceeds \~ill benefit LT. ADAM,TERRY shows off one of the Sheriff C Office Classic Car & Street Rod
Sthe "Christmas for the Children" project. Show t-shirts. You can get yours at the Sept 24 event or purchase one in
"It \\ill be a top 40, open show and it will be a advance at the Sheriff s Office for $10.
judged show," says Lt. Adam Terry who is co-
chairing the event with Tony Shoemake.
"Last year we had around 68 entries,"
Shoemake adds. "One was a reproduction of the first automobile called a horseless carriage. We had '57 Chewvs. '49 Mercury.
and a Willis Army Jeep."
To enter your vehicle in the show. pick up an application at the Sheriffs Office or email tshoemake@calhounsheriff.com and
one can be emailed to you. Entry fee is S20 in advance or S25 the day of the show. Anyone wishing to receive one of the Classic
Car Street Rod Show\ t-shirts can stop by the Sheriffs Office or pick one up at the show. The shirts, designed by Tonys Shoemake
of the SHieriffs Office. feature the classic car owned by Glernn and June Smith of Altha. They sell for 810 each.


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BUSINESS

Webpage


workshop


to be held


Sept 7
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun County businesses
looking to land customers.
across the globe are encouraged
to sign up for a free webpagee
workshop
The event, sponsored by the
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce and Opportunity
Florida, will be held at the
Blountstown Public Library on
September 7. from 9:00 a.m. to
noon.
Rick Marcum. Executive
Director of Opportunity Florida.
will describe how local business-
es can create their own webpage
on Opportunity Florida's web
site \where thousands of hits are
received.
Marcum is also available to
Meet with business reps to offer
financial planning and business
startup assistance.
To schedule an appointment
for the webpage workshop or
planning assistance, call Jessie
Ehrich at the Chamber. 674-
4519 or e-mail her at cccham-
ber(yahoo.com.

SAFETY CHECKS

BPD will


hold driver


checkpoints
The Blountstown Police
Departnient will be conducting
-driver license and vehicle
inspecton checkpoints during
August 19th through September
5, on Main Street and Central
Avenue in the City of
Blountstown.
Recognizing the danger pre-
sented to the public by defective
vehicle equipment troopers will
concentrate their efforts on vehi-
cles being operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn tires
and defective lighting equip-
ment. In addition, attention will
be directed to drivers violating
the driver license, laws of
Florida.
The Blountstown Police
Departments has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws of
Florida ensuring the protection
of all motorists.



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The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 2


Blountstown natives Terry Yon and Steve Whitfieldjoin forces




Save Florida taxpayers $13 million


During his first term in office,
Governor Jeb. Bush announced
his emphasis on public-private
partnerships as a means of
reducing costs, improving effi-
ciency, spurring innovation and
stimulating the economy. Some
of the partnerships that subse-
quently evolved failed to live up
to expectations. But a notable
exception is the Florida
Department of Corrections' asso-
ciation with TYA, a Tallahassee
pharmaceutical -firm with a
strong Blountstown connection.
In 1996, the DOC interpreted
state statutes as allowing phar-
maceutical services -- like other
healthcare services -- to be
exempt from state contract bid-
ding requirements. As a result,
the Department began looking at
how it could develop a working
relationship with a private phar-
.maceutical firm that could tailor
its operations to meet specific
DOC needs not being met by
other suppliers in the market-
place.
Today, the DOC Office of
Health Services reports that the
business arrangement the
agency established with the pri-
vate firm, Terry Yon & Associates
(TYA), has saved Florida taxpay-
ers approximately 813 million in
the cost of pharmaceutical serv-
ices between 1998 and 2005. In
an environment characterized by
staggering increases in the costs
of prescription drugs, the DOC
has seen its prescription costs
drop to an average increase of
only 3 percent a year over the
past two years. During the first
three years of this decade, the
DOC's drug costs averaged
increasing just under 10 percent
annually -- significantly below
the national average.
TYA was founded by
Blountsto\\vn native Terry. Yon,,
who owns and operates the busi-
ness. Terry is the son of Terrell
and Norma Eubanks Y on of
Blountstown. Steve Whitfield of
Blountstown, formerly pharmacy
manager for the .state
Department of Corr sections. is
TYA's director of operations and
quality.
After the Florida DOC first di-s
cussed its needs with TYA in
1996. the'fledglind_ entrepreneur-
ial firm undertook 18 month- of'


BLOUNTSTOWN NATIVES Steve Whiffield (left) and Terry Yon (center) lead the Tallahassee tbusrness that i s
saving the F!nri.:j Department of Corr ecti..ns trillion of dollars each year in pharmaceutical c.:str Yon
is the founder and owner of TYA Phorrn oc:uticoln and Whiffield is the firms's director of operations and
cquoli,. I.litch [.'1c.Elrc-, (right), of Crowfor :J.ille is trhe T.A operoticris n-iorager


intensive research into providing
unit-dosed liquid psychotr opic
medications in plastic cups.
Unit-dosing was a DOC prionty.
because of the frequent abuses
expenenced when inmates had
access to larger doses of medica-
tion in solid tablet for m.
On January 1. 1998. the DOC
signed a contract with TYA under
which the firm began providing
unit-dosed liquid psychotr opic
medications TYA was then -
and still is the ony FDA-
licensed company in existence
that provides all known \ liquid
psychotropic medications in unit
doses at any requested strength.
Subsequently. the DOC asked
TYA to develop large unit dose
packaging fcal bags containing
single doses greater than one
ounce. Again 1TA invested its
time and money in the develop -
mental work necessary to fulfill
the DOC's request and today TYA
provides individual doses of up
to three ounces. Individual doses;
that large are not available from
any other pharmaceutical sup-
plier in the country.
Then in late 2001 the DOC
approached TYA about expand-


ing the contract to encompass all
medications both liquid and
solid in unit doses. TYA, in
turn. developed unit dose strips
and a "bingo card" arrangement
for packaging oral solid medica-
tions. In vie\\ of its ongoing rela-
tionship with the DOC. the firm
expanded to a new physical
plant, added staff positions and
secured the assistance of con-
sultants to make sure its opera-
tions were in compliance \with
established standards.
Further. it made a major
investment in r packaging
machines. computer har dare
and software, bar-coding equip-
ment and other facilities neces-
sar' to meet the Department's
current and future needs.
The DOC's business arrange-
ment with TYA. along with inter-
nal changAes it implemented Ln
disseminating medications to
inmates throughout the state.
yielded significant improvements
in patient service, operational
efficiency and expense savings
Understandably. DOC officials
felt this was a "'win-\win" situa-
tion
The DOC estimated that the


new packaging system enabled it
to save S1.6 million annually in
salaries and benefits. The
arrangement \with TYA allowed
the DOC to streamline its deliv-
ery of medications to inmates
and to close pharmacies in two
locations. These chances and a
ne\w pharmacy computer system
enabled the DOC to save or
reduce inventories by appro.ai-
mately 82 rrulion per year. \Widle
the DOC has reaped significant
benefits from the partnership.
TYA has faced challenges in
turning a profit
The burgeoning Tallahassee
pharmaceutical firm has
incurred substantial R&D costs.
And since it purchases and
resells medications to the DOC at
wholesale cost minus a discount,
it must rely on "card fees" and
prompt-payment discounts from
suppliers to cover its operating
.expenses and generate a modest
profit. Card fees represent TYA's
cost of handling, packaging and
shipping prescriptions ordered
by the DOC. TYA even absorbs
the cost of tablets br oken during
the packaging process, which -
on an annual basis r esults in


significant cost avoidance for the
DOC.
The DOC-TYA contract con-
tains other provisions that also
benefit the taxpayers of Florida.
From the inception of the part-
nership, TYA has had a "r eturn
policy" that makes the firm the
most customer-friendly in the
pharmaceutical industry.
During the year 2003 the DOC
returned unused medications to
TYA that bore a $1.7 million price
tag and the Department
received full cr edit for -all
returns. In 20 Q4 the DOC
received credit for over 81 million
for returned medications. TYA's
return policy combined with its
ability to deliver medications
within 24 hours fr om receipt of
an order -- has allowed the DOC
to reduce the inventory of drugs
stocked in its, dispensing loca-
tions. Thus the Department is
enjoying the benefits of the "just-
in-time"supply process that has
been adopted by successful busi-
nesses around the world.
Another. more recent, request
from the DOC \as for TnA to
begin splitting very expensive
brand-name pills for example.
Crestor. Lipitor and Zoloff in
order to achieve additional cost
savings for the Department
Again. TYA developed the capa-
bility to meet the r request. The
result will be an additional DOC
savings this \'ear of more than S1
million for the six medications
the firm present is "splitting"
for the agency. TYA has peti-
tioned the Department for for-
mulary authority so it can reduce
the number of essentially identi-
cal drugs -- which will vield even
further savings.
In vie\w of such significant and
tangible benefits fr om an
arruangement that has addressed
the needs of Florida's
Department of Corrections and
has saved taxpayers millions of,
dollars a year, it is easy to
understand why DOC officials
feel good'about this particular
public-prniate partnership With
the assistance of several for mer
DOC pharmacists now employed
by -YA. the firm has developed a
"seamless" supply system to
meet the agency's needs. By any.
measure' this partnership is suc-
cessful.


In short ... it works! The firm-
supplies pharmaceuticals for :
three of the DOC's four regions in
Florida. In DOC Region 4 the;
Dade-Broward county area, "
which is 'not served by TYA -;
drug costs run about 25 percent ,
higher than the regions served by.
TYA. DOC records indicate that;
the company supplying pharma- "
ceuticals for Region 4 often fails
to meet the 24-hour delivery
timetable. Also, it's significant to,
note that TYA's DOC prices are,
substantially lower than
Medicaid prescription prices in
the nation's four largest states.
Today, TYA supplies pharma- ,
ceuticals to about 20 customers, Z
both inside and outside Florida. -
Its workforce of more than 25
people makes it a significant area.,
employer. If the firm secures ',
several prospective contracts it'
presently is pursuing, it would'-
face an immediate need to `
expand both its workforce and its
phs-ical facilities. In addition to.-
suppl\mng the Florida DOC, the
firm also lists among its cus-
tomers the Texas Department of
Criminal Justice, the Louisiana
State Penitentiary at Angola. and
the North Carolina Department
of Corrections. TYA's other-
Florida customers include the?
Orange County Jail and iimate.--
facilities in a number of counties.
The, DOC-TYA partnership'
reflects a conscientious commit-
nment to serve best interests of
the people of Florida. At a time
when. U.S. prescription drigl
spending is expected to increase -
11.6 percent during the coming
year. this success story stands -*
out like a shining star.


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The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 3

Reps. Marti Coley and Don Brown recognize...


Chipola achievements


Thanks to local volunteers

Liberty Co. to receive


United Way funding


Liberty County volunteers
Completed the United Way of the
S-Big Bend (UWBB) Liberty
: County, community investment
Process Aug. 2, and the funds
will soon be distributed to 12
-human-service agencies that
'provide. services ,in Liberty
-County. ;
S A group of knowledgeable
SLiberty volunteers spent seven
Hours over the course of one day
S:at the Liberty County Emergency
SManagement Office to ensure
the S9.560 was allocated in a
fair and unbiased manner so
-that these select agencies can
provide services for local people
in need throughout the year.
"I am most definitely proud to
have served with this strong
Group of volunteers this year,"
said Sue Sorrell, Liberty
Allocations Team leader. "The
process went smooth. and the
agency representatives were very
knowledgeable. This was a great
help as we decided how to best
allocate the funds. This alloca-
tion process and the funds that
will be distributed will greatly
impact :th&e resients 'if Liberi-ty
County by getting them the ser-- .
ices they need."
.The Liberty County
SCommunity Investment Team
included Ann Kincaid (Liberty
County Senior Citizens). Sue
Sorrell (Liberty Co. Transit/
Libert- Co. Senior Citizens) and
Cindy Walker (Liberty Co.
Grants Department).
The team's agency review
process includes several compo-
nents that take time to complete
properly. Liberty agencies or new
applicants submit an applica-
tion to remain or become; a
UWBB agency for Libei-ty. This
application is comprised of a
description of their programs
offered to clients, numbers of
clients served in that county,
how the lives of their lo0al
clients changes for the better
because of their programs,
budget information on .the..
agency, and a lst of their board
of directors. The team 'also
makes on-site i\sits to the agen-
cies, studies their budgets, arid
hears testimonials from clients
and/or agency volunteers. Upon
completion, they determine
which agencies and how much
will be funded for that particular


year.
The team reviewed 12 agency
applications, and ,all 12 agencies
were funded. The 2005 Liberty
agencies include Amenrcan Red
Cross (Capital Area :Chapter).
America's Second Harvest of the
Big Bend., Area Management
Coalition for School Readiness.
Big, Bend Cares, Big Bend
Hospice, Big Brothers Bi-
Sisters of the Big Bend. Boy
Scouts of America (Suwannee
River Area Council), Elder Care
Services, Fellowship of Christian
Athletes. Girl Scouts of the
Apalachee Bend.. Kids
Incorporated, and Refuige House.
"It's inspiring to see these vol-
unteers in Liberty take time out
of their busy schedules to go
through this agency review
process," .said Millie Smith,
UWBB Campaign manager for
Liberty. "This process.is critical:
to ensuring that these funds are
allocated properly and make the
most impact in this county.
We're very proud of the bottom-
line results these agencies are
producing .and. how. .they help.
people in need throughout
Liberty County."
The S9.560 Liberty County
volunteers were able to allocate
includes a: direct grant from
UWBB, said Corinne Reed,
UWBB' Conmmiruiti Investment
assistant. This grant is part of
the $150,000 that UWBB sets
aside to supplement neighbor-
ing-county campaigns. In addi-
tion to the $9,560 allocated by'
the team, about another $3.77
millions allocated by UWBB to
'agericies serving citizens across
the Big Bend. including Liberty
County residents.
"We're grateful for the support
we receive from Liberty County
through the United Way of the.
Big Bend campaign." said Karen
Hagan. American Red Cross,
Capital Area Chapter executive
director. "We receive a total of
S122.800 from IUWBBI. which
plays a large part in helping .us
serve tens of thousands of peo-.
pie in need throughout the Big
Bend."
For more information about
becoming a UWBB volunteer or
the agencies funded in this
process, please call Millie Smith
atl 414-8825 or Arnold McKay at
1414-0844.


SUMMER,


CLEARANCE


Got 0e=i s I


State Representatives Don
Brown (R-DeFuniak Springs)
and Marti Coley (R-Marianna)
met at Chipola College to recog-
nize students, faculty and staff
on recent athletic and academic
accomplishments.
In the course of the 2004-
2005 basketball season, the
Indians Men's Basketball Team
achieved a win-loss record of 33-
4, claimed its 18th Panhandle
Conference Championship and
won the Florida Community
College Activities
Association/National Junior
College. Athletics Association
Region VIII Men's .Basketball
Tournament, its ninth State
Basketball Championship and
represented Florida and Region
VIII in the. National, Junior
College' Athletics Association
Men's National Basketball
Tournament in Hutchinsori,
Kansas. They finished fourth -in
the nation.
Not to be outdone on campus,
very similar accolades were
achieved by the Lady Indians
Women s Basketball program.
with a posted'win-o1ss record of


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29-8, its sixth State Tournament
appearance and winning the
Florida Community College
Activities Association/National
Junior College Athletics
Association Region VIII Women's
Basketball Tournament, its first
State Championship and repre-
senrted Florida and Region VIII.in


the National Junior College
Athletics Association Women's
National Basketball Tournament
in Salina, Kansas. The ladies fin-
ished among the top sixteen
teams in the nation.
As well as commending the
See CHIPOLA, page 7


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The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 4


Looking back 50 years in the past



Senior Tigers from '55
He 1 .


FIFTY YEARS-AGO THESE YOUNG MEN were just as excited about starting..,new.football season as
--b;tj2005 Tigers dr-todaye.adind!g the..1955 team were seniors (front..rowv, trom left)-Joe Marshall;:
'6.:oug Peacock.'Henry Nl6i6s,:Ga ryHarrlson, Richard Leath, (back) Don Clemmons, Dewey Barber,
.Huev Clemmrons,John Wynn. Brooks Cobb,'and Roderick Newmdn. Not pictured is head coach Ted
.:Coo.,per. At season's end, the Tigers boosted a 9-2 record, scoring..239 points to their opponents'45.
d. idholdlnQ.seven-'of them' scoreless. They iaso caplturef:e-Apalacnicola-Valley Conference title
and defeated Defuniak Springs in the Rodeo Bowl.


T O.T..E ITO


To the Editor:
Many otherwise law-abiding
citizens in our community con-
tinue to \iew impaired driving as
a \ictimless crime. This is a mis-
conception. Impaired dn\ving is
not a \ictimless crime! Every 32
minutes an impaired driver
randomly kills someone in the
U.S. That means you or some-
one you know are equally likely
to be an innocent victim of a
driver impaired by alcohol or
other drugs.
This year the chances are
even greater that you or someone
you know will be affected.
Alcohol-related traffic fatalities
andijuri6s liave be&i' g- h
Florida since 1998. 'Prliminanr
crash data indicates that it least
1.050 people \\ere killed in alco-
hol-related crashes during 2004.
As part of the You Drink &
Drive, You Lose. Labor Day
National Crackdown, the
Blountstown Police
Department will be working
with other law enforcement
agencies in Calhoun County to
protect everyone from impaired
drivers. From August '19
through September 5, 2005, The
Blountstown Police
Department will be conducting
high visibility enforcement oper-
ations to identify and arrest
impaired drivers.
Why have we adopted this
tough stance" We want to save
lives during the holiday period.
There were 17 people killed in
alcohol-related crashes during
the 2003 Labor Day holiday peri-
od. This loss of life is not accept-
able!
There will be no warnings.
The message is simple You
Drink and Drive, You Lose.
Violators will lose their licenses.
In addition, the cost of a DUI
arrest can be staggering toiling


Robyn Sale Daughtrey for-
warded this little piece of wisdom
to me. Enjoy!

An Old Farmer's Advice
Your fences need to be
horse-high. pig-tight and bull-
strong.
Keep skunks and bankers
and lawyers at a distance.
Life is simpler when youL
plow around the stump.
Words that soak into your
ears are whispered...not yelled.
Meanness don't jes' happen
overnight.
,Forgive your enemies. It
messes up their heads.
SDo not corner something
that you know is meaner than
yoIu.
SIt don t take a very big per-
son to carry a grudge.
You cannot unsay a cruel
word.
Every path has a few pud-
dles.
When you wallow with pigs.
expect to get dirty.
The best sermons are lived.
not preached.
Don't judge folks by their
relatives.
SRemember that silence is


charges, fines, court costs.
lawyer fees. and increased insur-
ance rates can add up to more
than S6.000.
Please drive responsibly this
holiday weekend. The life you
save could be your own.
Chief Glenn Kimbrel
Blountstown Police
Department

Dear Editor,
The Calhoun County
Children's Coalition would like to
publicly thank the agencies.
churches and individuals who
made this year's Family Affair a
sU S without your time and
dr eR'feT'ent io
be possible
Speaking as a representative
of the coalition. I would like to
acknowledge the youth that
assisted us. The Altha High
School Cheerleaders: Kristina
Bailey. Morgan S\willey, Patricia
Williams. Tiffany Betts. Courtney
Beauchamp. Brittany Lytle. KK
Beauchamp. and Kayla Hires.
You tackled the job of manning
the pony rides, moon walk. and
slide without complaint. Thank
you also to Meagan Russ. the
sponsor. The Girl Scouts:
Amber Raisbeck, Jemnifer Yon,
Macy Woodard, Lauren Norris.
and Brittney Norris. Your exam-
ple of service to assist with the
clean-up was one that many
adults could learn from. 'Your
troop leaders worked hard also.
Tanya Raisbeck. Melissa Yon.
and Melissa Norris, thank you!.
Thank you also to others who
volunteeredd making sno cones:
Melissa Howland and Ethan
Shuler, greeting people at the
door: Casey Haire. LaToya
McDaniel. LaGena Camp and
running for school supplies:
John Michael.
A special thank you to the


sometimes the best answer.
Live a good, honorable life.
Then when you get older and
think back, .you'll enjoy it a sec-
ond time.
Don t interfere with some-
thin' that ain't botherin' you
none.
Timing has a lot to do with
the outcome of a rain dance.
If you find yourself in a hole.
the first thing to do is stop dig-
gin'.
I Sometimes you get, and
sometimes you get got.
The biggest troublemakerr
you'll probably ever have to deal
with watches you from the mir-
ror every morning .
Always drink upstream from
the herd.
Good judgment comes from
experience, and a lotta that
comes from bad judgment.
Lettin the cat outta the bag
is a \whole lot easier than putting'
it back in.
If you get to thinking' you're a
person of some influence. try
orderin' somebody else's dog
around.
*Live simply. Lovegenerous-
ly. Care deeply. Speak kindly.
Leave the rest to God.


W.T. Neal Ci\ic Center and Big
Bend Regional Prevention
Center. without your generosity
this event would not have been
possible. Finally. a special
thanks to Pamela McDaniel and
her supervisor Annie Hollister
with Chipola Healthy Start and
PANDAPP for helping the coali-
tion pull it all together.
We can't wait for next year!
Thank you Calhoun County!

Peggy Deason-Howland.
Chair
Calhoun County Children's
Coalition


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No one likes to go-shopping
and have just one option to
choose from -- and that is exact-
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pendent insurance agent is so
beneficial. says Janet Pooser of
Brooke Insurance Agency of
Marianna.
"Many clients and even neigh-
bors and friends ask me 'What's
the difference between working
with an independent agent and
working with an insurance carri-
er directly?"' Pooser says.
According to Pooser, there are
three major reasons for going
with an independent agency
when you are shopping for insur-
ance.
1. You have more choices.
One of the advantages to working
with a local independent agent is
you can have someone walk you
through all of your choices.
"As a local Brooke franchise
owner, I have been able to give
my clients many options because
we offer a broad access to insur-
ance products through various
carriers. We're not limited to just
one major carrier," Pooser says.
"At Brooke Insurance Agency of
Marianna. we are unique
because we are locally owned,
but we are able to use the buying
power and operational model of a
large corporation, which can be a
great benefit to locate a policy
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2. You can find coverage
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about what your needs are. You
shouldn't feel like you are being
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'Your agent will take the time
to find out more about you and
ask you questions such as: Do
you have teenage drivers? What
kind of home insurance would
work best for you? Do you need
to worry about getting additional
coverage for some possessions?"
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know a little bit more about you
and your household,, they can lay
out for you the best options for
coverage.
3. You have someone to
answer questions. Perhaps one
of the greatest benefits to work-


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PLAYERS


TO WATCH


ANGELA BYLER,
Senior. setter. and
team captain
Angela is
described by
Coach McClellan
as "an excellent
leader. She's going
to be the most cru-
cial player we
have on the team


ASHLEY ADKINS
Junior. middle hitter,
described as the
"most improved
player." Making her
varsity debut,
Coach McClellan
says Adklhs has "a
great capacity to
learn and a good
work ethic.".


Lady Cats, Lady Tigers will take to the court


Pre-Season Classic Thursday


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

It's time to bump. set. and spike!
VoUllebal season is inht around the
corner and fans will be thrilled to
know theLr favorite teams are taking
to the court Thursda\ afternoon in a
pre-season classic hosted by Altha
School
The tournament will get under-
way at 3 p m. w\ith Blountsto\wn tak-
mig on Sneads. Action conUnues at
4-15 when Altha goes up against
Liberty County. Next up at 5:30 is
Sneads and Liberty County. The
finale pits Altha against
Blountstow-n at 6:45.
"We are ready to get started."
says Lady Cat coach MNarn
McClellan. Four of the region's
toughest teanis will be here ilbr the
tournament. Come out uanId support
vour team."
Coach McClellan says the Lady
Cats have been practicing hard and
she's extremely optimistic about the
upcoming season "I have been very'
impressed with this year's team."


she remarks. "We have a positive
attitude and great teamwork. We
need a lot of playing Lime to build
expenence.
Altha's starting lineup includes
seniors Angela Byler at setter and
Mary Mclntosh. an outside hitter.
along with junior Joy Capps. an out-
side butter. sophomore Tory Lipford
who plays setter and defense back.
as well as Cherie Hires, a freshman
at right side hitter

Debuting on the varsity squad
are senior Tiffany Betts and junior
Ashley Adkins. both middle hitters.
along with seniors Kathryn Nichols.
a utility player. and Brooke Lee at
defensive back. plus eighth grader
Sylvia Bodiford. also at defensive
back.
Over at Blountstown High. Coach
Susan Rash says the Lady Tigers
are also ready for some action on
the court.
'This should prove to be a great
year for the Lady Tiger volleyball
team." Coach Rash remarks. "We
lost six seniors last year. but are fill-


.ing in the gaps with four great new
seruors and six great juniors. They
are all great leaders and any one of
them can step onto the floor and get
the job done. Together we should be
very successful."

The Lady Tiger lineup includes
seniors Candice Ferguson at middle
and outside hitter. Kate Atkins at
setter and outside hitter. Lyndsey
Wain\\right and Nicole Tipton. both
at back row and outside hitter. Two
juniors will also return Laura
Kastli at outside hitter and back
row. along with Lauren Wood at set-
ter and outside hitter.
Four new juniors are joining the
team. including Holley Jeppson. a
middle and outside hitter. NMandy
Whitfield. a middle letter. Dianna
Glaze. described as a great player all
around the court. and Chelsea
Faircloth at back row.
To see these te.:us in action.
come out to the pre-season classic
in Altha Thursday. Adnussion is 85
per person and concessions \will be
available.


PLAYERS


TO WATCH


CANDICE
FERGUSON, Senior,
middle and outside
hitter. "Candice has
shown a lot of
improvement," says
Coach Susan Rash,
who also describes
her as a "b!g hitter."


LYNDSEY
WAINWRIGHT,
Senior, back row
and outside-hitter.
"She moved to
Blountstown last
year," says Coach
Rash. 'She has
Improved a lot."


JOY CAPPS. Junior,
outside hitter, nick-
named The Closer,
"She's going to be
the power on the
team" says Coach
McClellan 'Like the
nickname says.
she's going to have
to close it off for us"


NICOLE.TIPTQN,
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a big'th0repton ,
c. ffense," .Coc -.',,
Rash points out,
'And she's a great
paser ; .-


CHERIE HIRES. fresh-
man, right side hit-
ter known as a
natural athlete.
"She's young, but
'as Improved since
:-. Id ast year," sdiys'
Coach McClellan
'She's well round-
ed with a positive
attitude.


KATE ATKINS,
- .Senior, setter, and
outside hitter.
Share's ad.. d ...

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illl keep the'
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.' Roily neld in trie BHS Auditorium- Both the junior varsity and ,arslt- squJdds participoted. leading the audi--''-
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performers a dn':c::e to a rnedle, of songs The Tiger cheerleaders, under the direction of Carmen Overholt,
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'Deep Bog results from


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The Deep Bog Hole results of
"the August 13th. race at Tri-
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2nd pi Randy O'Brian.
3rd p: Harry Goodwin
4th pl Rick Riveria
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S4t pl Tomni\y Arnold


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st pl Chad Flowers
2id pl Tommy Gainous
3rd pl Ronnie Plug
4th pl Gator Parker

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2nd pi Chad Flowers
3rd pi Ronnie Plug

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TIGER FANS WILL ENJOY A
BRAND NEW CONCESSION
STAND this season at Bowles
Field. Construction is well
underway with trusses Installed
Friday. According to School
Superintendent Mary Sue
Neves. in addition to the snack
stand..the facility will' feature
A some much-needed new
_.6 Ibathrooms. along with storage
space. Above, a few members
W..- of the work crew take a quick
break. Shown are (from left)
Coach Bobby Johns, Mark
Gullford, C.L..Capps, Al Willis,
Jerry Guilford, and
Superintendent Neves.
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GED testing scheduled




Aug. 24-25, Adult School


FROM BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH
SCHOOL

BHS Students Receive College
Credit
Over the summer break, five
.BHS students hit the books land
studied hard. Holly Jeppson,
Jessica Fields, Tabinda Syed,
Lauren Wood, and Jessica
Metcalf all participated in
Chipola College's French III class
instructed by Mrs. Dana Ayers.
These students have achieved
the highest level of French edu-
cation offered at BHS, and BHS
congratulates them. Not only did
they receive their required high
'school credit for a. foreign lan-
guage, but they have earned col-
lege credit as well.
The beginning French course
is being offered onTuesday and
Thursday nights from 5:30-7:30
P.M. at Chipola College.Mrs.
Dana Ayers will be the instruc-
tor, and registration begins
August 17-15. If you are inter-
ested ask for course FRE1120.
--Amanda Senterfitt

2005 BHS Sabertooths have
arrived
Yearbooks have arrived! Last
year's seniors may pick, their
copies up in the office. There are
only a small amount of books
left. If you are interested, please
call Mrs. Rhoda Marshall at 674-
5724. The cost is $30.00 cash..
Don't miss this last opportunity
:to purchase your 2005 BHS
Sabertooth yearbook!
-Megan Edwards

Student Council Fund
Student Council has a very
busy and exciting year ahead of
them! To start the new school
year: off, Student Council will be
selling Red "BHS Tiger" bracelets
for $2.00 a piece to help keep our
traditional Tiger Pride alive!


BHS FRENCH STUDENTS (from left), Jessica Fields, LaurenWood, Holly
Jeppson, Jessica Metcalf, and Tabinda Syed, earned college credit
over the summer in a Chipola. College French Ill class taught by BHS.
foreign language teacher, Dana Ayers.


Anyone interested in purchasing
a bracelet should see ;Mrs.
McCrone or any Student Council
member. We also have a limited
number of XL and junior size
bracelets, so get yours nowl
Student Council will also be
holding the annual Blountstown
Tiger T-Shirt/Sweatshirt sale
August 17 September 2. Shirt
color options will be Red, Black,
or White. See any Student
Council or come by the BHS
front office during that time to
order your Tiger Gear!
One of Student Council's
goals this year is to raise enough
money to purchase an electronic
message board for the front of
the high school. This message
board will provide accurate up-
to-date information for the pub-
lic. Student Council would
greatly appreciate your support
in achieving this goal. Anyone
wishing to make a donation
should see Mrs. McCrone at
BHS.
-Megan Davis

Let That Smile Shine
Underclassmen pictures will


be taken at BHS on Wednesday,
August 31. Photos must be paid
for at the time the picture is
taken. Packages, available
include:
Package A 2=8 x 10, 2=5 x 7,
8=wallets, $30
Package B -1=8x 10, 2=5 x 7,
S=w\allets, $25
P package C- 1=8 x 10, 1=5 x 7,
8=wallets, $20
Package D .1=5 x 7, 4=wal-
lets, $12
Checks should be made
payable to BHS., All students
should plan on having their pic-
tures taken even if they don't
plan on purchasing a package
because these pictures will be
used in the yearbook.

FYI
Aug. 19- Football Game, home
at 7:30 against Liberty County
Aug. 26- Football Game, home
at 7:30 against Port St. Joe
Sept. 1-.Football Game, away
at 7:00 in West Gadsden
Aug. 31- Underclassmen
Pictures,
Sept. 1- Senior Pictures-Guys
Sept. 2- Senior Pictures-Girls


2004 Kids Count Report indicates...


Florida ranks low in child well-being


Mary Sue Neves,
Superintendent of Schools
announces that the General
Education Development test
(GED) will be given in Calhoun
County on Wednesday,. August
24 and Thursday, August 25,
2005 beginning at 1:00 P.M. each
afternoon. The test site will be
the Calhoun County Adult
School located between the foot-
ball field and Harveys on Charlie,
Johns Street.
Based on state law, persons
shall be eligible to take the test if
they are 18 years of age or older.
Those who meet this age require-
ment and wish to take the tests
for a high school diploma must
submit, an application to Greg
SJones, General Supervisor, at the
Calhoun County School Board
Office, 20859 East Central
Avenue, Room G-20,


Youth Football

final signups set

for this Saturday

Calhoun Count\ Youth
Football \\ill be having their
finalsignups for football August
20th at the \V.T. Neal Civic


Center
noon.


from 9:00 a.m. until 12


Blountstown, Florida located in
the basement of the Calhoun
County Courthouse. This should
be done by 4:00 P.M. Tuesday,
August 23, 2005. Persons resid-
ing outside of Calhoun County
will have to receive special per-
mission from the GED Testing
Office in Tallahassee before they
are eligible to take the. test in
Calhoun County.
Please be prepared to pay the
fee for taking the tests at the
time you come fill out the appli-
cation. The costs for taking the
test will be $7.00 for each test if
you wish to take less than the
full battery of five test, and
$35.00 if you wish the full.bat-
tery of five tests. It would be
helpful if you bnng the correct
change when you come to regis-
ter and pay your fees. All appli-
cants need to bring your social


security card, and a driver's
license or picture ID when regis-
tering. All materials needed for
testing will be furnished by the
school district. For further infor-
mation call Willie Pitts, GED
Chief Examiner at 674-8661.

Altha School is

seeking Advisory

Council members 1

It's time to elect School
Advisory Council (SAC) members
at Altha School for the 2005-06
school year.
Any parent, community, or
business person! who would like
to volunteer, please contact the
school office at 762-3121 by
Friday August 19.


Florida ranks 35th out of the
.50 .-states.in ,child. well-being;.
'pu'ttingur--childrenr'-n- the- bot-
tom third of the nation, accord-
ing to the Annie E. Casey
Foundation 2004 Kids Count
report.
Florida's ranking on infant
mortality and low birth weight is
certainly a concern. Infant mor-
talit- is a baby's death during
the first year of life and is con-
sidered to be a sentinel indicator
of the health of a community.
Low birth weight babies, born
less than 5 Ibs. 8 oz.. are usual-
ly premature and have a greater
risk of dying. Fortunately. with
medical advances. many of these
babies survive: however they are
more likely to have costly long.
term complications.
Why are Florida's rates get-:


ting worse? In 1992 the legisla-
ture created Healthy Start., a
statewide'--program-- that serves
pregnant women and infants
with risk factors. Originally
funded to serve only 46% of the
estimated need, the program still
showed success with declining
rates of infant mortality and low
birth weight. Since then Healthy
Start has not received an,
increase in fuiiding to serve addi-
tional clients even with an addi-
tional 20,000 births per yearI
statewide as of 2005.
Because our state is not mak-
ing the investment to keep up
with an ,increase in population
and needs, gains achieved in the ,
90's have stalled. In addition,
there are approximately 650.000
uninsured women of childbear-
ing age in Florida. This com-


pounds the problem as research
shows the health of the mother
before pregnancy ,can determine
the baby's health at birth.
Uninsured people don't receive
regular preventative health care.
Every dollar spent on pre\en-
tion and early identification of
problems saves nearly eight dol-
lars m later costs. A healthy
baby's hospital stay costs about.
$3,500, a low birth weight baby's
stay costs about S20.000.
Healthy Start services cost an
average of 8374 per year for each
baby.
We must recommit ourselves
to a healthy start for every child.
Your local Healthy Start is,
Chipola Healthy Start which is
located at 4349 Lafayette Street
Marianna, You can reach us at
482-1236.


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S .licrg. n Inle rrillci ,,l ,0E c ,3. ,, D-,03 i:
3 a 7'.i-,ar ic,:,r,'' of hosting America's
'el- ra.:.rg a:non on its 1,400-plus
acres in the scenic Irish Hills. The race-
was has 18 degree banking and 73-foot
iade :sweeping turns on a I:.r m;ie
-peed.\ay.'The wide corners ofien feature three ,.in,..:l
room.es which allows for exciting racing. In 2005;:the seat-
i' i capac'iv wa inrcreas-,ed o acc-omomdate 137;243 fans.
Race,; l M n,.-ngar. uitn :..rn 3.-:. .I, o fuel mileage battles
as ir.e long green flag runs make pit, stratg-\ criiral i,
f.ncn.3 .:hr/ lane. Ryan Newman holds the I .NIS q.usil,.
.ng .,.:.rd 31 194.232 mph. David Pearson -..a: ine a11.
Itrr,- .COr, l ail 1 .li.:n.gan wln r,,ne -ir,.


Through Aug. 14. 2005


2005 Nextel Cup


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Points


S, 55
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: 2692
2684
2646
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2593


2005 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
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2) Clint'Bowyer 3319
3' FR-d Sorenson 3222
4J C .nl E.J.'. ardi 3085
5, K nr., r, ''5a,:, 2969
6, uD-rny Hamlin 2911
- C'.id Green 2726
A/ DCad Stremrne 2705
'1 Paul Menard 2697
1:ii ;,nton Lewis 2643


tri tion thne irI .SC.4AR rac4
.contested outside the United
States?
a) Lee Petty
b) Buddy Shuman
c) Cale Yarborough
d) David. Pearson
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Robby Gordon


| Bori .lrn 2i 1969
s5poir':,i ,,T, Be arr,
Cre CGniel Greg Ern.,,,-
S=ar Che.roil
Biography:
For 2005, Gordon is running his own team in
li' h Eil Cuc' He Tr ,:.ri, li, r.er,'crir.er. iurnErll in
Nextel Cup. Robby. is a six-time off-road racing
thr,,l,,.,r.n ,r..1 nh5 31i,:. ra.,:id in ine NASCAR
Busch anc Cian-rriar, Truc.' ieine-, Trans-Am,
GTO, Champ Car, where rie -.:.or. I.".:;. .irns: an
in,- in.3, R .,-rir L ..l'J In, i 'C", ,:.ardcr, Iro, arl
i.r 1"1 1an,.iu- 16 da, D.'Os r Raii l r, r.irng Ior In "
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Irhe 'ir t Am err-.3r. -. Ir r.hil.-.r, .:. ir rallE i Ai r.
' Ine ,r. Ire :'53 .,..-:,r. : ,r d V.o r. P':- S a/1S .n
ii i l ,-, l 1 -9 G .- n, : aMT, ..lr.h,r. r.o il p:, .i1 tir..
r.,.,.g rie irninrp,:.,,s *51,0,: He inherited thelead by
virtue of not stopping ii a iwr.al p.I stop and then
Or r.r; j ei.. i' ,r. -.e cil.u. h iu-i j 13 i unt.I Ine en.. olr
r.e s.- H rar oul ,onr, la1p 199 -, Co.0(1 ar.rJ ha,. 10
give up the lead to Sweden's Kenny Brack.
Driver's Highlights:
2003; i':r LC:,r. : i Sir,,m 3ria .r ,.l .S Gall c n
2003: i-,r,,rin d i lr in pirIi;
Sl:1-2 Fir..:h'rn -0 in in p.:,n ,nr

L.l ,c'Ou I r., Ir 3nI Da'li Ea, nh a, l i IIr .: ar
was PINK? He wanted the car to be the
same c.:lor ac s inh. rn:..:.i .. ,:r .a n ar .pr;.:ci
color. Tr. pa.-i .*.a; rn..-ed .ari.] Iher mI .:ar
was painted. When it.dried ;i A.aS pink DCi-
at the time didn't have en-ou.gr mr.nr,, .10
repaint it so it stayed pink.


Sirius Satellite Radio at the Glen Race Results Race Review
Driver Start Finish Make Sponor Poinfs/Bonus T..rn,, Sln n i:r, ir.c ,.rius ; aell F:i RIO 31 [r, Glern
Ton., i, S %an 1 .1 ir, '., r Trn,, Hm.rr,.- p.:,f % I' Ii 'e .:. ,:,:,rc- ,, 5r 1I A4I, 5 S ',3n'n lfitr Air,
Robby Gordon 39 2 Chevrolet Jim Beam 175/5 of the season in the last seven races. Stewart crossed
B a:il Sid 41 3 Chevrolet CENTRIX Financial 165/0 the finish line 1.927 seconds ahead of Robby Gordon
Scotr P.un 25 4 Dodge Coors Light 160/0 .n.j Ie a rec,:r.i 8:1 .f 92 laps, enduring a green-white-
.Jimmie Johnson 2 5 .Chevrolet Lowe's 160/5 checker finish. "We had an absolutely flawless day
Rust, VWaiace 4 6 Dodge Sirius/Miller Lite 150/0 ",:, 5, Iiiarn 3 ,ari, ir., race. "I was just running a
.,Mark Martin 6 7 Ford-, a ,gr 146/0 :-,:+ inr, .ari icorriiurlci.e Johnson maintained second
Brian Vickers 22 8 Chevrolet a.,-:r, ,:.rr, :m r.i C 142/0 place in the championship standings with a fifth place fin-
'Joe. lemeCr, 17 9 Chevrolet U.S. Army 138/0 i,-r, i ,u-l ,.i,:ii .:ea tcra,-d nil J4th birthday with his
;Dale Earnnar.il Jr. 16 10 Chevrolet- Budweiser 134/0 i;:ir, .. r- an r, i .. \areil Cup ,lan si Watkins Glen:




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Good


Luck


Tigers


and


Wildcats
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The County Record, AUGUST 17 2005, Page 9


Featuring '73, '76, and '77 championship games

Tiger DVDs are now available


Students in Sharon Leonard-
McCrone's computer classes at
Blountstown High School have
S taken the old 16 mm films from
the 1973, 1976 and 1977 state
championship football games
and converted them to DVD.
They are selling the two DVD
sets for $20.
"One of my classes worked
and put all three games on one
DVD with an intro of some high-


BIRTHDAYS


HAPPY "22nd" BIRTHDAY
Kevin Hansford and
Kayla Hansford Dalton!!
August 18, 2005
Love Mom, Dad and the whole
family. We love ya'll dearly!

BIT yAN UCEET


lights from those teams," says
McCrone. "And, we got the 1973
championship game. radio
broadcast and are including it,
too. We have them ready to order
and will begin delivering them at
the Bristol game this coming
Friday night."
Anyone wishing to place an
order can do so by contacting
McCrone at BHS, 674-5724.

Football passes
Due to the season reserved
tickets being sold out this year,
the Blountstown High School
athletic department is now sell-
ing season passes for this year's
football games.
These passes are general
admission seats that only give
admission to the games. This
will prevent spectators from hav-
ing to stand in line to purchase
tickets at the games.
The cost of .these passes are
$30, just like the reserved pass-
es, but WILL NOT give you
access to the reserved section.
You can purchase these in the
front office at BHS any time.


Brandon Smith

signs with Wallace

College in Dothan


Blountstown High School -.'
graduate Brandon Smith was
offered and received a full ath-- 1
[leic scholarship at George C. ,
Wallace Comnmurut College in ,
Dothan, Alabama, on August 4.
The ceremony took place with
former Major League player and T p
Wallace head baseball coach.
Mackey Sasser. along with for-
mer pro scout and Wallace ath- t a
letic director. Gene Dews. Also
in attendance were Brandon's
parents, Ben and Debbie Smith:
close fnend and admirer. Jim
Kearce; and sportscaster. David
Meckley.
Brandon started for BHS all
four years as a pitcher. and mid-
dle infielder under the direction
of Coach Greg Jordan. He has
been signed by Mackey Sasser -r" a
primanly as a pitcher, although
with his natural athletic ability nd speed. will play other positions.
Brandon is very excited about the new doors of opportunity regarding baseball and academics at Wallace. He wishes the very best to
all of his teammates and friends who have given great support and encouragement throughout the last four years.
Brandon is pictured above with his parents and Coach Sasser.


BEST PRICE- BEST REBATES!


BLOUNTSTOWN
1 aUdZl


JACOB LANDON JUSTICE
Tror is and iennifer .Julitic' are.
proud to onnourc.e the tirmn .::
their son, Jacob London. Jacob
was. born June 5, 2005 at Gulf
Coast Medical Center. He
u as-19-3/4 inches long The'
proud parents are Johnny and
Wanoa Skipper of Kinard and
!Pay ond Patsy Justice of Chipley


IANIESR


Happy 50th Anniversary!
Laddie and V\rginia Al' alihoms of
Blountstown celebrated 50 won-
derful years of- marriage on June
23, 2005, ith their four loC el) cil-
dren and in-laws, and nine won-
derful grandchildren on St.
George Island Plantation.
Laddie and Virginia were sur-
prised with, a beautiful anniver-
sary cake and gifts.


HAPPY "28TH" ANNIVERSARY
MOM & DAD
Love, Renee, Joe & Family
Amanda; Jamie & Family
Chris & Audrey




Frb
aniesr photos
Moda at0Noon


The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 9







The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 10



OBIUARE'


LEE VERA WYNN
Mrs. Lee Vera Wynn, 87, of
Blountstown, passed away
Monday morning, August 15,
2005, in Panama City.
Mrs. Wynn was a native and
life long resident of Calhoun
County and was a member of the
Victory Hill Pentecostal Holiness
Church near Blountstown.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Alvin Wynn.
I Survivors include her son,
James (Jim) Wynn of Panama
City; two brothers, Theron
Shiver of South Carolina and
Oliver Shiver of Georgia; three
sisters, Jess' Doyal of
Blountstown, Inez Bauldree of
Altha, and Maude Owens of
Mobile, AL; and three grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services will be held
at 2:00 PM today, Wednesday,
August 17, from the Victory Hill
Pentecostal Holiness Church
with Reverend Dewayne Tolbert
officiating. Interment will follow
in the Victory Hill Cemetery.
Adams Funeral ,Home in
Blountstown is in charge of the
Arrangements, ph. 674-5449 or
online at adamsfh.com.
CINDY GRADY S. MITCHELL
Cindy Grady Shuler Mitchell,
59, died Thursday, August, 11,
2005 in Gainesville.
Services were held at 3:00
p.m., CDT Monday, August 15,
2005 at First Pentecostal
Holiness Church .of
Blountstown, with burial at
Waldorff Cemetery in Jackson
County.
Cindy was a native of
Bainbridge, GA, and a lifelong
resident of the Blountstown
area. She was a teacher for the
Liberty County School system for
more than 28 years. She was an
avid traveler, loved arts and
crafts and was the author of a
children's textbook. She was a
loving wife and mother and
attended First Pentecostal

SHidden Treasures.

by
Ryan
McDougald

We Have Problems to Learn
How to Help Others
Text: 2 Cor. 1:3-7
A story found in "Broken Things" tells
about a block of ebony The wood was
griping and complaining bitterly because
the craftsman who owned it was shaving
it down, cutting it, and drilling holes, in it.
No matter how much the wdbd com-.
plained the craftsman paid no attention.
Finally the craftsman said, "Little piece of
wood, without these holes, and all this
cutting, you would be a black stick forev-
er just a useless piece of ebony. What
I am doing now may make you think that
I am destroying you, but, instead. I will
change you into a flute, and your sweet
music will charm the souls of men and
comfort many a sorrowing heart. My cut-
ting you is the making of you, for only
thus can you be a blessing in the world."
Paul said, "...the God of all com-
Sfort...comforts us in all our troubles, so
that we can comfort those in any trou-
ble..." It can be a good thing whenever
a person who is hurting can find some-
one who has gone through the exact
same hurt victonously. There is a cenain
kinship between two such people.
God will often use people who have
suffered through trials in a Chnst-like
manner to comfort others in a very
Unique and special way. Such a person
can identity and sympathize with those
who go through the same thing. Such a
person is a living testimony of hope to
those who are suffering. Wisdom that
comes from practical experience can be
invaluable
Don't be discouraged when you face
hard times. God may be preparing you
for a long and fruitful ministry of blessing
Others. When you are lost, it is a won-
derful thing to be led by someone who
knows the way.
Ryan McDouga/d is a licensed,
ordained Free Wi/l Baptist Min'ster host-
ing Bible study in the home. For more -
information, call 674-6357.



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Holiness Church.
.Survivors include her hus-
band of 40 years, Bobby F.
Mitchell of Blountstown; three
sons, Chris Mitchell of
Crawfordville, Charles Mitchell of
Gainesville and Matt Mitchell of
Marianna.
Bevis Funeral Home, Bristol
Chapel was in charge of the
arrangements. 850-643-2193.

JOHNNIE PAUL VICKERY
Mr. Johnnie Paul Vickery, age
64 of Clarksville, FL died
Saturday, August 13, 2005 at
his home.
Mr. Vickery was born in Altha,
FL and had lived in Clarksville
for the past 11 years'. Johnnie
was head of the maintenance
dept. for National Airlines in
Miami, FL until his retirement.
He served in the United States
Navy for four years and' was a
member of the Hillcrest Baptist
Church near Altha.
Survivors include: his wife,
Cathie Vickery of Clarksville; two
daughters: Deana Johnson of
Powder Springs, GA, Angle
Donnell of Rockmart, GA; three
sons: Ronnie Vickery of
Pensacola, Jesse Shoun of
Marianna and Dale Shoun of
Panama City; six grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
Saturday, August 20, 2005 at
2:00 p.m. (CDT) from the
Hillcrest Baptist Church near
Altha, FL with Rev. David
Crockett officiating.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Marion Peavy at
Peavy, Funeral Home in
Blountstown, FL 850-674-2266.

MARTIE MAE WATTS
Mrs. Martie Mae Watts, 89, of
Telogia, passed away Monday,
August 15, in Panama City.
Mrs. Watts was born February
26, 1916 in Juniper. Florida. She
was a kind, loving lady. Everyone
who knew her saw'a glimpse of
Jesus. She walked and talked
her faith. She was a member of
the Telogia Assembly of God
Church in Telogia for many
years. Most of her adult life was
spent serving God, her family
and community, As .a young
woman she served as a certified
class A welder at the Panama
City Ship Yard during World War
II. .
She was preceded in death by
her father and mother. Horace
and Georgia Williams; a daugh-
ter. Jeannie Collins; her step--
mother, Hattie Williams; brother,
Lewis Williams; two sisters, Lillie
Bell Moore and Thelma Chason;
two infant sons; a son-in-law,
Forest Horn; and a daughter-in-
law, Geraldine Watts.
Survivors include her devoted
husband of 71 years. Cecil
Watts; five sons, Lonnie Watts of
Plant City: Leslie Watts and his'
wife. Lois. of Cave 'City,,
Arkansas: Marvin Watts and his
wife. Eva. of Mulberry. Florida;,
Edward Watts and his wife, Polly,
of Monticello. Arkansas: and
Carlos Watts and his wife. Pat. of
Columbus. Georgia: two daugh-
ters. Delois Burke and her hus-
band. Earl. of Hosford, and Jo
Horn of Bangor, Michigan: one
brother. Elbert Williams; 31
grandchildren, 75 great grand-
children and siL great-great
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be :held,
at 10:00 AM EST today,
Wednesday, August 17, from the
Telogia Assembly of God Church
with Reverend Thomas ..Adams
officiating. Interment will follow.
in the Sanders Cemetery in
Hosford.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
674-5449 or online at
w\ww..adamsfh.com.

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Old fashion day at

Revival Tabernacle
Revival Tabernacle will be
having an old fashion day on
August 28th from 11:00 a.m.
until with friends and communi-
ty. There will be singing, fellow-
ship, and dinner after morning
service. Everyone is asked to




Phillips-Grover
The annual Phillips-Grover
family reunion will be held on
August 20, 2005, in the Old
Frink Gym located in the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement at
Sam Atkins Park, Blountstown.
Visiting will begin at 11:00
a.m./c.s.t. and lunch will follow
at 11:30. Please bring any photo
albums, family bibles, or family
memorabilia. A table will be pro-
vided to display these items.

Vickery
The Annual Vickery Family
Reunion is planned Sunday,
August 21, from 10 a.m. until at
the Altha Community Center. All
friends and family are invited to
come and enjoy the food and fel-
lowship.

Kimbrel-Duncan
The Kimbrel-Duncan Reunion
that is. held on the fourth
Sunday of August has been
changed to September 17th at
,the home of Alvin and Wretha
Webb.
For more information contact
Wretha at 762-3813 or Karen at,
762-8814 for directions.


Keep God

In Your Heart
by Rev. R. W. Waterman

Confident
Ephesians 3:12
The four letters YHWH stand for the
ancient Hebrew name for God common-
ly referred to as "Jehovah" or "Yahiveh".
The original Hebrew text was not spo-
ken, for it was considered too sacred to
speak out loud So "adonai," or "my
Lord," was substituted in reading:
Also, sinful man cannot approach a
holy God. Only as Jesus Christ took on
human form and become the Atonement
for man did God provide a means by
which humanity could presume to enter
into God's presence The Bib!e makes it
very clear that there is only one way to
God, and that is through Jesus Christ our
Lord.
Those who have accepted Christ as
Savior can boldly pray to God in the
name of His Son, Jesus. Only for His
saKe will God hear us and save us for
man possesses nothing worthy of God's
forgiveness or attention. Through Christ
we can be tree from the enslavement of
sing Then we can confidently approach
God because of our faith in the Son of
God, who loved us and gave himself for
us.


Sunday Services
SSunday School...9:45 AMI
Morning Worship... 11:00 ,AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM


bring a covered dish and lets
share some good cooking.
We invite everyone that will
come to bring your musical
instruments and join in the fun
and worship, and lets have a real
good time in the Lord.
For for information call 674-
4341.


SHwy.'20West
S 13th Street
Blountstown, FL
850-674-4331


Meaningful Bible Study..........................9:45 AM
Exciting Worship................................. 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship.........................6:00 PM
SWednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
Sand Main Streetin Blountstown:
First Baptist Church
. Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
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 i


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown, Florida
STEVEN D. WARREN. PASTOR


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


nightly. Rev. Christopher Ali will
be the speaker.
Everyone is welcome. The
church is located off Hwy. 20 at
the corner of 21st Street and
North Avenue.

Manna Ministries


Abe Springs gospel opens food pantry


sing Saturday night


Abe Springs Baptist Church
will have a gospel sing on
Saturday, August 20th. The sing
will begin at 6:00 p.m. CT.
Featured singers will be from
Abes Springs Baptist Church
along with other local talent.
SThe church is located .at
13913 SWCR 275 in
Blountstown. Everyone is cor-
dially invited to be a part of this
special service. For more infor-.
mation call 674-5880.


Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene will be opening Manna
Ministries Food. Pantry on
Saturday, August 20, from 1 to 3
p.m.
Anyone needing assistance
with food items is welcome to
participate. The church is locat-
ed diagonally across from
Calhoun/Liberty Hospital at
17826, NE Crozier Street,
Blountstown. It's the orange
brick building with 'the white,
steeple.


Gonsnc sM* ni Auu. 26


Revival Aug. 21-24 at New Harvest


at Church of God

The Blountstown Church of
God will host a revival Sunda:y,
August 21, through Wednesday.
August 24, beginning at 7 p.m.


'A gospel sing at New Harvest
Fellowship Assembly of God will
be held on Friday. August 26..
7:00 p.m.CT. Featured singers
will be Stepping Out On Faith.
along with local talent. A Love


Offering will be taken.
The church is located two
miles north of Wewahitchka on
Hwy. 71. Rev. Eddie Causey
invites everyone to attend. For
more information call Bob Davis
at 674-8447.

Family Fun Day

planned August 20
Fresh Anointing Outreach.
Ministries would like to invite
you to come and be a part of
their 2nd annual Family Fun
Day on August 20th from 12:00
to 3:00 p.m.
There will be Free cotton
candy, snow cones, drinks and
hot dogs. We will also have
games such as: Bungee Run,
Jousting, Water Slide, Fly Trap,
and more. A free concert featur-
ing Forgiven 5 and local talent
will be enjoyed by all who attend.
The church is located on Hwy.
73 north of Kinard and south of
Clarksville on Smith-Tower Road.
For more .information 'on this
event contact pastor. Jason
Lowrey at 850-832-0156 or 850-
639-2054.

SVAULTS&,MMR


Blues Inside Out
i" ,. r


When asked to describe or
define Blues, most Blues musi-
cians and artists would 'say
"Blues is a feeling.'" But what
exactly does that mean?
SYes, Blues is an indigenous
American music' born :from
African American history and
heritage. Yes,. Blues is inter-,
twined with hardship and civil
rights. Yes, Blues is the musical
art form which is the foundation
of most popular music today
including Jazz, R&B, Rock and
Hip Hop. But what is this "Blues
feeling" and where does it come
-from?
Come to "Blues From The
Inside Out: An Introspection of
Blues" from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday. August 18. in the
SMuseum of Florida History at the
R. A. Gra% Building in Tal]ahas-
see, and you will find out.
The Apalachee.Blues Society
(ABS) offers this special program
presented by international


Bliesman and Blues educator'
Randall "Big Daddy" Webster.
who will be joined by the brilliant
multi-instrumentalist Jon Copps
and master Blues harmonica
player Michael "Doc" Palecki.
Sponsored by the Florida
Humanities Council. this
insightful tour through American
Blues music will focus on the
deep feelings behind the music,
and the difficult history creating
those feelings.


850- 64 4


SUBSCRIBE
TODAY


WORSHIP SERVICE:
SSUN DAY
ro)MMiiNiiv rHLIRrH 8:00AM & 10:30 PM

19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5747 e-mail: 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

SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz r. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM,
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip, 5:00 PM w ta
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School Wwwtappscm/bUthsideI/
C674 8884 and Church 1QAM-l2Noon
674.8884,


Deadline

SMonday at Noon


Family


.Dentistry


DENTURE
,: LAB ON PREMISES :
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines


LabanlBontrager DMD


Family Dentistry! ,

12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417


Church Directory
For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


Blountstown First

QAssembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


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


I







The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 11


BY JESSIE EHRICH
CHAMBER STAFF ASSISTANT

>Board Meeting
At the regular meeting of the
Board of Directors of the
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce on Thursday, August
11th, the Board voted to add
Tony Shoemake to the Board of
Directors. Tony is President of
"Main Street of Blountstown and
brings a wealth of information
!from his experiences with Main
'Street, Keep Calhoun County
0Beautiful, the Calhoun County
Sheriffs Office, and many other
areas. Welcome, Tony!


(subject to final approval by
Opportunity Florida).
Since Rick does not expect to
need the entire morning to
describe the simple process of
webpage addition, he is offering
to spend the rest of the morning
meeting with any businesses
who would like financial or busi-
ness planning (startup, financial,
etc.). Please make an appoint-
ment, for the webpage addition
and for and business planning,
by contacting the Chamber via
telephone (850) 674-4519 or e-
mail (ccchamber@yahoo.com).

Membership Meeting
At the Chamber's regular


SMain Street membership meeting
With the recent re-designation Thursday, August 18, at
-'of the Main Street Blountstown CST, Tom Powell, Pr
'program by Florida Main Street, Manager of Advanced Tr
members are excited about plans Systems (ATS), and .
*!for revitalization of downtown. At Barbee, IFAS/County Ext(
a recent Calhoun County Board Director, will give a present
(of County Commission (BOCC) about the ATS facility a
:meeting, the BOCC voted to pro- IDA/Airport location and r
videe a resolution supporting areas.
SMain Street. Remember to mark
your calendar to join the Main Mr. Powell's work expe
Street meetings, as a visitor or a includes- 13+, years as an
..new member. The meetings, are tive in the Navy's elite con
S'usually held the first Monday of do unit, SEAL Team. He le
'each month at noon in the the combat proven techniq
SChamber's building. Due to the jungle warfare from Viet
holiday in September, the next vets. He attended 3 cc
i meeting is scheduled for swiunmer courses of instnr
Monday, September 12th. resulting in a vast knowle
.e .;b ; underwater., movement,
.Free Webpage 'attack and harbor defense
The Chamber has.reserved later went on a tour of dut
the Heritage Room, at the -forming duties in anti ten
Calhoun County, Public Library, and counter terrorism.
Sfor the "Free Webpage" Workshop By 2002, when a conflict
:'(offered on Opportunity Florida's Iraq seemed inevitable, he'
Sweb site), leered his experience pro
The workshop is scheduled for close protection of person
:Tuesday, September 7, from 9:00 property (during enc
a.m. to noon. Rick Marcum, Freedom that lead to er
?Executive Director of ment in Iraq as manag
Opportunity Florida, will cadre and combat Close p
Describe how local businesses tion for personnel involved
can create their own webpage on rebuilding of Iraq's infra
SOpportunity Florida's web site ture).

SBusinesses can apply for training scholarships


SChipola Workforce Boa
it .. -


on
noon
ogram
aining
Logan
pension
station
at the
nearby


rience
opera-
iman-
earned
ues of
SNam
combat
action.
dge of
ship
es. He
y. per-
rorism

:t'with
volun-
viding
el and
during
nploy-
ement
)rotec-
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Mr. Powell has advanced
training in the use of many dif-
ferent firearms and weapon
employment techniques and has
designations from the military
such as Close Quarter Combat
(CQC), MOUT, and basic Navy
range master. He attended an
FBI Range Master certification
course (also attended by 5+
schools of civilian firearms
shooters). He was responsible for
hand-picking a team for close
protection of high-valued per-
sons and equipment in an
unknown environment, such as
Iraq.
Don't miss this great presen-
tation! Senior Citizens is offering
their wonderful catfish lunch;
please contact Debbie (674-
4163) to make reservations.


AN.EXTREME BLOOD SHORTAGE continues in the region. Above, Frank Moss of.the Southeastern .Community
Blood, Center (SCBC) :.rep.rres Leigh Brooks of Bristol to give a pint during a ':lri.- at The Bank's Blountstown
branch Friday The SCBC Marianna Center, at 2944 Penn Avenue, Suite.M, is open from 9 6 \veek,:i as if
.your business would like to hos' a dri. e or if you have questions about donating; call SCBC at 85Q-52.c.--l103.


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receives $6O5itOt,-grant

The Chipola Regional by the Workforce Board was on
Workforce Board at its annual of the top 5 in the State c
i meeting. was .pleased: to Florida. Shuler stated that hav
announce that the Workforce ing a well-trained workforce is
Board had been selected to key element in economic growth
receive a 8650,000 Workforce in our area.
Training Grant.
This grant was received from These grant funds will als
SWorkforce Florida and the assist the local board in its mis
SAgency for Workforce Innovation. sion to provide assistance to th
In attendance at the annual local business community..Mar
meeting to present the award to Aldav. board member fror
Janice Sumner, Chairman of the Calhoun County said that this i
Workforce Board. was Barbara an opportunity for the local busi
Griffin. Assistant Director of nesses to obtain assistance i,
1AWI., Susan Simpler. IDeputy the training of their workers an
Director of Workforce Services also to provide skills training fo
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Stop Sernices. .
Richard Williams. Executive
Director of the Board said that
the grant would be used for'
Workforce Training Scholarships
that businesses in Region 3
(Holmes. Washington, Jackson,
Calhoun and Liberty County) will
be able to apply for.
Joe Shuler, board member
from Liberty County, said that he
was pleased to learn that our
region was the recipient of the
grant and was also very proud to
learn that the grant submitted


Uose enterCnUg L11C WUr Lorce; IUor
the first time.
Bill Hopkins. board member
from. ackson County, said that
the Workforce Board is working.
each day for the,, benefit of both
the employer and employee of
the 5 county region and this
grant will provide additional
funding to assist with the ongo-
ing training of our local work-
force. Williams said that the
information as to how to apply
for the scholarships is- being for-
mulated and will be available to
the business community shortly.


GT Com announces



Internet upgrades


GTC Inc. (GT Corn), a
FairPoint Communications, Inc.
company (NYSE:FRP), has
announced a major upgrade to
the Internet services provided to
customers in Florida, Georgia
and Alabama that will be
launched August 17 ,
The upgrade includes new
and updated features available


Pancake breakfast

planned Saturday

at the Dixie Lodge
A' Pancake & Sausage
Breakfast will'be held Saturday,
August 20, from 7:00 9:00 a.m.
at Dixie Lodge; 16th Street,
.Blountstown. .
It's "ALL YOU CAN EAT" for'
only $4.00 The delicious. break-
fast includes ice cold orange
juice, pancakes with syrup,
sausage and coffee. Come early
Saturday and enjoy good food
and great fellowship with your
friends.


in a variety of packages:
V Advanced Security Options .
SSpani Filtering
V .Web Racer Accelerator
-V Advanced Parental Controls
V Self-management tools
V Tattle Mail
V Up to 7 Email Addresses'
V Remote access
V Personal Web Site
V Video Mail
V'... Around-the-Clock ,
Customer Sup-port
V Enmail Storage
V Web Maill
S"In a recent survey, we asked '
our customers to: tell us the
tools; features and services they
valued most from their Internet
provider." said Mark Belgiitol,
Director of Market Development
for GT Coni. "As a result, we
have:upgraded our Internet serv-:
ice to deliver more advanced fea-
tures, and we're providing it all
at a competitive price. These new .
services offer the advanced secu-
rity tools and other features that
will help us deliver the best pos-
sible Internet experience to our,'
customers."


NEWS & EVENTS from the


Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

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


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The County Record AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 12








LEGAL ADVERTISEME NTS


Legal Notice

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Writ
of Execution Issued in Circuit Court, of Calhoun
County; Florida, on the 11th'day of May, 2005, in
the cause wherein WINIFRED ELISE WHITE-
ROSS AS SOLE EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE
F EDWARD HALL WHITECROSS was the plain-
ff and JANi SALONEN AND SALONEN MARINE,
SC -a defendant being C se No 2001-360. In.
aid Court, I, David L. Tatum, As Sheriff of
Calhoun count) Flonda have leied upon all the
gighr. tide. and interest oi the defendant. JANI"
SALONEN AND SALONEN MARINE INC in and
o the following desenbed real property to-wit:

-iBIT A RIVER PROPERTY"
ract No. I. ;
A arcel or lana struated and being Section 3,
ad Secuon 4, Township I South. Range 8 Wert.
S alhoun Count}. Florida and more parucularly
escnbed by meles and bounds to alt
Fommence at the Northwest Corner of Stcuon .3,
Townhip I South Range 8 West, Calhoun
Court. Florida aria thence riu South 88S
i.egree 12 mrnoutes East 1344 13 feet, to an Iron
pilpe, run thence S-uth 00 degrees 56 minutes
West 594 52. to a concrete monument, said con-
.,rete monument being the Point of Beginning,
Srom said Pointr of Beginning cc.nui-ue thence
jSouLn 00 degree- 56 minutes West 660, 0 feet to
% concrete monument ling on the West bank of
rthe Apalachlcola Rier. and being 58 feet North "of
,the Mean high aater line. said concrete monu-
'ment being Meander Pomnt No I. thence South 42
:degrees 47 minutes West 89 58 feet. along the
,Meander Line of the West Bank of the
-Apalachlcola River to an Iron pin. said Iron pin
'being Meander F'ont No 2. run thence South 56
degrees 30 minutes West 15383 feer' long the
Meander Line of the West Bank of the
Apalachucola River c, an Ir.:,n pin said tron pin
being Meander Point No 3. run thence South 30
degrees 44 minutes Wet 303 70 feet a:lo.ne the
iMeander Line' of the West bank of the
*Apalachlcola River to an tron pin. -aid -ron pmi
being Meander Point No 4 nrui thence Scuth 36
degrees II minutes West i22 62 feet along tne
Meander Line of the West Bank of the
Apalachdcola uRaer 'o an Iron pin. said Iron pin
oeing Mean-er Point No 5 thence run Soutr, 24
degrees t00 rrmnutes West 34i 50 feet. along the
Meander Line of the West Bank of the
'Apalachicola Riaer to an rnr, pLn aid tr:on pine
,.being Meander Poit No 6. run thence South 24
,degrees 59 rrdrnute, West 181 70 feet along ihe
Meander Line. of the West Bank of the
,Apalachlcola River to a concrete monument said
(concrete monument being meander P:ont No 7.
,run thence North 59 degrees 21 minutes \West
'-619 61 feet. to a concrete monument lying 30 feet
SEast of the cenrerine of the Ma.nanna and
iBlounitown Railroad ro-r thence North 7
Degrees 07 minutes East 44-9 3 eel ilonog a Irie
lying 30 feet Eat ofl and parallel ro the cenrer line
Iof the Maarinna and Blo.unctoTwn Railroad to i
t concrete monument rurn i ence NorIhiesteril
462.06 leet. alone n arc ha,'u-'g a radius oi
956 31 feet and i-Ing 30 fee t East E ian-I parallel
Sto the -enierline of the Marinnna and
( Blounutown Railroad 10 a concrete monument
'run inernce North 20 degrees 34 o7rinutes We-st
S8 IS 45 leel along a line lying 30 feet Eas-t of and
S parallel to the center lane of the Marnanna and
1 Blounsitown Railroad to a concrete m:onumen[.
run 'hence South 69 degree. 04 minutes East
1 1548 82 feet. to the Flint or Beg-inrnr

EASEMENT NO I

A perpetual easement for the purpose of permit-
ong access to and from the properTy, of Coastal
STimber Land and Pulp Corporaton. Sections 3
and 4. of Trc,.T.3hp I South. Range s West
Calhoun County. Florida and more particularly
described, to-wIL Commence at the Northaie.t
Corner of the .rgroer.t~V Coastal. Timber'Lancd
and Pu lp ~ - 3q- 'aljo-in hele ScJuth 20'
,J, re_-l c 4 irirclc t e ~_ E 'a-- 2-d 0 -i i -cl' a iil
ajon, rn"e r et -ounaa -i *:.l ihe p ,:,-,:*irr :i
Coasral T.,ru-er Lanoid .ia Pulp C.:.rp.orac.n ar -ra
run thence South 2C.; aegree_- 34 minute_ Ecst
620 feer more or lesI al-jon the Wetr ban.:airs, oI
the property. of Coaat Timber Land and Fulp
Corporation to a poir. sai.:d pomit ling on the
center line of a ppeypetual e.asemen 60 feet wide
and being the Point of Beginrnig From said Point
of Beginning run thence %Westerh 660 feet. more
or less to the East boundary I:r me Rignt oif Way
of ap publc Road imnor as Ricer Streer. said line
being the center li-e of perpetual night of way
easement 60 feet wide and lying 30 feet on each
side ol and parallel to and adjacent to te center
line herein deacnbed

LESS THE 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 T8, page 443 of the Public Records
of Calhoun Countn. Florida to-wit A parcel of
land in the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Secton 3.
Township I South. Range 8 West, descnbed as
follows. Commence at the NW Corner of said
Secuon 3. and run South 88 degrees 12 munutes
East 1344 13 feet thence South 00 degrees 56
minute West 594 52 feet. thence North 89
degrees 04 minutes West 1548.62 feel to a pomin
30 ieet East of the ceneerlhne of the Man anna and
Blounustown Rali-oad thence South 20 degrees
34 minutes East along a line. 30 feet Easterly of
and parallel to said Mananna and Blount..rrow
Railroad 818 45 feet to the beginning of a curne to
the night. having a radius of 959 21 feet and a
central angle of 27 degrees 41 minutes thence
run SouLnerly aJlrng said curve 30 feer Easterli of
and parallel to the centerline of said Marlanna
and BlountstorT, Railroad 462 06 feet thence
South T degree. 07 minutes West 249 7.3 feer.
alorng a line 30 feet Easterly of1 ard parallel to said
Mariarnna and Biounritown Railroad Icr the Point
of Beginning. from aald Point of Begnning, run
thence South 70 aegrees 57 minutes East 626 4
feet Lo a point on the West Bank of the
Apilachicola River. thence run North 89 degrees
21 minutes West 61981 feet. to a point 30 feet
Easterly of the centerline of the Marianna and
BlounrLtSown Railroad thence North 7 degrees 07
minutes East 200 feet parallel to said railroad to
the Point or Beginning. as abc-e described

EASEMENT N(O ii

A perpetual easement for the purpose of perrrm-
ung access to and from me proper' of Coastal
Timber Land and Pulp Corporation. Section 3.
and Section 4 of Township I South Range 8
West. Calhoun Counn. Florida and more partic-
ularly described, to s1l Commence at the
Southwest Corner of the property of Coastal
Timber Land and Pulp Corporation and run
thence North 7 degrees 07 minutes East 34-10 feet.
more or less along the West boundary ol the prop-
erty of Coa.al Timber Land and Pulp Corporation
to a Poirnt. said Point lying on the center line of a
perpetual easement 0 feet wide and being the
Point of Begnning From sala Point of Beginning
run thence WesterlN 510 eer. more or less. to the
East boundary of the right of aay of a public road,
known as Ri\er Street. said line being the center
line of a perpetual ngnr of cay ea-ement 0 feet
wide and lying 30 feer on e3ch side of and paral-
lel to anrd adjacent to the center line herein
described

DESCRIPTION. IParcel IDi 29-I.N-08-0000-0002-
0000)

Commence at the Sourheast Corner of the
Southeast i/4 of Northeast 1/4 of Section 29.
Township I North. Range S West. and thence run
North 100 feet. alonr the center line of Charlie
Johns Street. thence North 89 degrees 34 mim-
utes West 33 feel to the West right of way line of
said Charlie JoIhns Stree. to the POiNT OF
BEGINNING: thence continue to run North 89
degrees 34 minutes West. 4-1i.8 feet thence
North 00 degrees 14 minutes West 333 6 lee'.
thence South 89 degrees 49 minutes East 4-3.6
feet to the Weal right of way lire aforesaid Charlie
Jolhnson Street. thence Run South 331.67 feet
along the West right oi way line of said Charlie


Johns Street. to the POINT OF BEGINNING

I shall offer Ltus property for sale. on the steps
of the Calhoun County Courthouse City of
Bloun-town. State of Florias. on the 29th day of
August 2005 at the hour of 9-00 a m OR as soon
thereailer as possible I ill offer for sale all the
said defendant's Janl Salonen and Salonen
Marine. Inc. right. Lide and Intereat in the afore-
said real property, at public auction and will sell
the same. subject to ltaes. all prior liens. encum-
brances and Judgments. U any to the successful
for CASH IN L-AND The proceeds to be applied as
far as may be to the payment of costs and the sat-


isfactlon of the above-described execution.
David L. Tatum,
,Sheriff. Calhoun County
July 27; Aug. 3, 10, 17. 2005



Legal Notice

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAK.DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT. Betts Land
Company. the holder of the fc.ill.:.o g certificate
has rflea said certlicate 1or a Laix eed r[obelssued
thereon. The certificate number and year of
jssuince. the odecnptirc., .f the properm. and the.
names In which it % a3 aaessed are as follows:,
Cerificate No 499 Vear of Isa.rice 2002

DESCRIETIONOFPROPERTY Begin at r-.e SE
Corner of the W 1/2 or NE i4 .:.r NW I 4 of
Seccton 31 ToTwnshp 2 North Rarge II Wert.
Run North 100 feet to FOB Ternce runn W s.t itO
feet thence run North 40 feet ihernce East' iC:"
feet thence s..,uh 40 feet toi FOB Tre .cacie
desncired i alsou known ae lot 3L Block P-7 in
an unrecorded pla mi Calhoun Courry. Fhindcl

NAME IN W\-HICH ASSESSED Rober.t A'.r-ew
WIlsonanriJ wfe Margarer Marle Wdison. 1366
Earls Bridge Rd Easlei. S.C 29640

aiJd Properr, being the Counr oj CALiOULiN.
STATE OF FLORIDA Linle. auch ceruilcale
shall oe redeemed according to lia the property
descnbed m iuch cerCitlcaie shall be SOLD to the
hilgies. bidder at the Courthouse door on the Ist
day if September. 2005. r 10 r00 A M CST
RUTH W ATTAWAY'
Clerk of the CircnE Cioun of
CALHOUN COLiUNTY FLORIDA
.lul' 27. Au. 3 10. 17 2005


NOTICE HEREBY GTIEN TiHAT Belrs Land
Companre. the holder ofi the following cerlticatee
hia WLed laid cercficate for a3 ra deed to be issued
thereon The certlicate number and year of
issua.nce the descrlpu.on of the pr.:.perty. and the
name. In rthicr It waas assessed are as follow-s.
Cerifcae No. 526 Year of issuance 2001

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Conm-enc-e at
tre SW Corner cf the W 1,2 of NE I,'4 of NVW i, 4
l Section 31. Township 2 North. Range I West..
Run Ea.t 220 feet then run North 680) feer to
FHOB hence run Eas 100 feet thence North 40
feet. then %Wetr 10) fee'. thence South 40 feel to
FPOB The above described land li also known .as
Lcr 16. Block P-.10 in an unrecorded plat in
Calhoun Counr,r Fl.-nda

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED' Donald Caldwell
and avae Norma B Caldaell 4i94 Ha, I1S.
Moranian Falls. NC 26654

Said Properrm ceing the Counr,; of CALHOUN.
STATE OF FLORIDA Unless such cermfcate
.hah be redeemed according to law the property
de.scrbeci Irn such ceruifcate .hall re SOLD to trne
lignest bidder ar the Cow-uhouse door on the lFt
day of September 2005. at 10 00 A M CST
RUTH W ATTAWAY.
Clerk oif he Circuli C:url ofA
CALHOUN COUNTY FLORIDA
Jul\ 27. Aug .3. 10. i7. 2005



Legal Notice

INVITATION TO BID

Sealed bids aill be recelted by the Calhoun
County School Board. 20859 Central Avenue. E.
RoFom G2-20 B'iounrstown F'londa 32424 until
12 r r f,'0i"l ,,' ,c p n _ff a Ti.r "lic r "'P .

Trh-re hojd bte t.l rJ n cr Iniainiia i Item r.c
be purchias.ei
?194 GMC 1 Ton Van
1984 GMOC 1.2 Ton Van
198i Ford 1/2 Ton Van
1979 1/2 Ton Truck
1970 Massey Ferguson 135 Tractor
1976 Internauonal Harve'er Tractor
7 1/2 H F Shop Air Compressor
i500 Gallon Water Tank
Air Pump and Hoae
3 Doo.r Freezer
Gas Posered Mud Pump
Metal Cuttni Ban Saw
TUi Sakllet
Ga Hearers
Trailer
.-luminum Scaffold
Foam Sprayer
Gas Stove
Tractor Tires
July 27. Aug 3. 10. 27. 2005



Legal Notice

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE HEREBY CIfEN THAT Bens Land
Company. the holder of the following certrficare
has filled said certilcate lor a L.x deed Ito be issued
thereon The cerlalc are number and year o1
Issuance the de.crlption of the pr:perrc. and the
names in which it asa assessed are as follows.
Certificate No 508 Year of Isasuance- 2002

DESCRIPiTIOri OF PROPERTY Commence at
the SW' Corner of the W I12 of NE I/4 of NW 1 /4
of Secuon 31. To-winship 2 North. Range I I Wear.
Run East 220 feel then run North 8c40 feet to the
point of oeginrrng. thence run East 10 feet.
thence North 40 feet thence run West 100 feet.
thence South 40 feet to Pont of Beginning The
aboe deicrlbed land is also known as Lot 12.
Block P-10. In an unrecorded plat in Calhoun
County Florica

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED- Bloch Brothers
Corp 360,0 Telegrapn Rd Ste 2250. Binghaam
Farms NI 48025-4532

Sad Property being the c.unn of CALHOUN.
STATE OF FLORIDA Urle.s .uch cerullcate
shall be redeemed according to law the property
described In ,uch certificate shall be SOLD to the
highest bidder at the Courthouae door on the 6th
day of October 2005. at 10 0) A.M. CST
RLITH W ATTAH.AY.
Clerk of the Circutl Coun of
CALHOLiN COUNTY FLORIDA
Aug 10. 17 24. 31. 2005



Legal Notice

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Berts Land
Company. Inc the holder of the follos-ig certill
care has filed said certliicate for a tax deed to be
lasued thereon The certificate ne.mber and year
of Issuance. the description of the property. and
the names in ahich It rvwa assessed are as fol]
lows-
Ceriflcare No 526 Year of Issuance 2001

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Co:mmence at
the SW Corner of the W 1, 2 of NE 1,4 ofNW 1/ 4
of Section 31. Township 2 North Range I West.
Run East 220 feet. then run North 1240 feet to
the point of beginnmg, thence nrn East 100 feet
thence North 40 leet. thence run West 100 fiee
thence South 40 feet to Point of Beginning The
abce descrnned land is also knowr- as Lot 2.
Block P-10 In n a unrecorded plat In Calhoun
County. Florida.

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED Joseph K WiUiaims
and Rose G. Wiliams.'Co-Truatee5 and Successor
Trustees of the Joseph and Rose Wllbam,
Revocable LI.-ng Trust. 4950 Pocatella Ace Urdt
306. North Pon. FL 34267

Said Propermi cing the Counn of CALHOLUN.
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such cerll'icate
shall be redeemed according to law the proper
descnbed In auch certifcate 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 Circutr Coun of
CALHOUN COLfNTY. FLORIDA
Aug 10. 1.'24. 31. 2005


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts Land
Company, Inc., the holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate number and year
of issuance, the descriptl:-n 1o the proper, and
the names in which it as a z.sese. a ar s f1:l-
lows:
Certificate No. 507 Year of Issuance: 2002

DESCRiFji')rN OF PROPERTY: Commence at
the SW C:orner o.f ireW ;12 --of NE I /4ofNW'1/4
of Section 31, Township 2'North, Range 11 West,
Run East 220 feet then ru-, north- 200 feer to t he
point r-I t.erJinrnir thence run Eait I01, feet
thernce N,-Ih, 40 let- thence rur West rijr, feet,
thence South 40 feet tor Ponlnt -:- Beginning The
abtre lCdecnbed land is also krnori an: LE:,t 2h
Block P-l1., In an unrctorded plat in Caihoun
Cc.un '.. F --rlJ '

NAAlE IN WHiCH ASSESSED Thomas M
SHuasungs anid L G Hiastngs i03 iWei' Silker Lake
Rd Tracer.ie Cir. Mii 4'a68-

Said Froijger. teln:g the Cour.n 0of CALHOLiN
STATE OF FLORIDA Urnless -u.ch ce.riftare
-hall be redeemed caccordmgi t1. I'. the rpropeurm
descnbed in such certilllate shall be SOLD ro -ine
highest blder at the Courjithou e ,I.,or '-,n tre 6u'
da, of October 2005. at i0 00 A(.M CST
Ri.TH \W ATTAW.4A.
Clerk of the Circuit Courn of
CALH'OUN COUN'iT.. FLORIDA
ALg 10. 17 24 31. 20053


LiCN r'-.2'05r: AO,)l,2 ic.9. Xa ..
B.VAK O-F AMlERICA
N A F 'K.A tNATiONSBANK. N A
Plainuti



HARRY V. RECKER. JR. et lJ.
De rei ani

NirTlCE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45

NOTiCE iS HEREBY GIVrENi puriuint to an


Order or Summary Final Judgment of foreclosure.
dated August 3, 2005. and entered in Case No.
2005-219-CA, UCN:072005CA000219XX2XX 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
GLIAlAINTI' RCtlDEiNTlA. INSURANCE COMPA-
- N OF NORTH CAROLINA BANK OF AMERICA.
NA: F/K/A NATIONSBANK NA' UNKNOWN
TENANT NO I UNKrNOWT TENANT NO 2- and
ALL UTliKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING irTERESTS
BY. THROUGH UNDER ORi AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO T HIS ACTION. OR HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HA\t A'NY RIGHT. TiTLE OR
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY ,HEREIN
DESCRIED. -are Defendants. .I wlll selluto the
bignefir .nd best bidder for cash or rthe Froni
Steps of the Calhoun Ccunty C-iur.Ijuse at 425i
E. Central Avenuer Blioil~ta.:wn FL 32424 aT
Calhoun C.',unn, Flondj st 11 00 aI m CST on
-the 22nd day- of September. 2005ir the following
described property as set lort-i In sa-ld Order or
SFinal jiud~mreht to-wit:

COMMENCE AT THE SOLiTHWEST CORNER OF
THE NVW 1 4 'I:F SWi I.'4 OF SECTiON 32 TOWN-
SHIP 2 NORTH RANGE II -ETST C.LHOLUN
COULiTi FLORiIDA THENCE RiUiti NORTH 0.0
DEGREES j'58 \\.EST ALONG THE WEST
LINE OF SECTION .32 FOR 964 14 FCET TO THE
SOliTHl-ASTERL.' RIGi-IT OF HAY NOF STATE
ROAD NO 274. THENCE 5'.iTH-i 71 DEGREES
44 29 EAST ALONG SAID FIGHT OF WAY LINE
326 96 FEET. TO THE POiNT OF BEGINNi.NC.
THENCE SOIUTC H rC DEGREES( 09'(' EAST FOR
4559 33 FEET. THENCE niORTH 69 DEGREES
33 45 EAST FOR 352.05 FEET TO3 THE EAST
LINE OF THE WEST i 2 OF THE NW .'4 OF THE
SHW 1l4, THENCE NORTH Xo' DEGREES 09rJ,
i~EST ALONSrG GiD EAST LINE 47',i 14 FEET TO
THE SO)LrTHE.-ISTERL RIGHT OF WAY LINE Or
STATE ROADt NO 274 THENCE NORTH 71
DEGREES 44 29' WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
WAYi' LilE 371 ,0e FEET TO THE F'OINT OF
BEGINNING

If you Lre a person wilr a dit abilij' %ih: needs
in accomrmodi~auon i tOrder to parucipale I Lr. As
prce.e.din ,.n ar enrtle-3 a rn o t r.,:.: ,c., re.
r, e pro.,.l.-.n i. c.c arn ,rtai .r.ii- nce F'lea.: con-
act the Courn a, i50. 674-4545. iax 6150.-674-
5553 v.ithL n:m 1 21n .:,rklrn ais of ',,--ur receipt
ol thi. NUce 1i tou ar.e hearnnlgc-r '.--ice impi-red
Lall Flonda Reli\ S'er.ice 15001 955-3r77:I

DATED ar Bli.nL.-.ron FrlonclO. on Augu-l 4
2005
Ruth W Arta,.,va.
Clerk of the CLrcaut Courn
August i1. 17 2005


Legal Notice

The Calhoun County School Board proposes to
amend its policies for the Calhoun County
Schools as follows:

ADMINISTRATi.E PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS


C i-LiPTER 6 i0 -FER-SON'NEL

6.13 Years of Service Defined for Adirrj-i.trauie%
i nd ir.rrucitonJr F,.r,:o el .

NONE

Addition .
6 13 Ye c of Senice Defnled fl:r A.iminisLrao e
and ini-rucuon.rl F'ersonnel
S31 Beginrunm lurin Lne 2005-2006 -ch:ol year re
employed reire.- bir. r tru.: lonal personnel cf pfbt.l-:
. school S .It-ij miay,' rec-e'l up to unr een \cajs :.1
pnor :elcr rice reat ifr alp.ar rjse They 'wi
e emploed J ,n air d aJind a remain orn manual
, ontr.aci statLu

SLar.t.:,r, .Nuthorirt F S 10.i1 4112|., L0 l 421i71
Lans iimFlemr-ented F S 1012 ill041 1001 4311 iI.
lOl1 60 1.31
Eco.nom:c impact', lnrdrJal

A he anre iill t.- held oin th e taboe amendment
m the Cuirthou e In BI:lun-.ortn. Flinda ar Irie
relar Sich..:.l B:oard meeung Deglr.ird at 4 (0O
P M C DL T t-on Tuied., epl.-mt-.er 13 21i;05


Timothy G. Smith, Chairman
Calhoun C-:.,unin Sih.:,lc. Board
Attest:
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools
Aug. 17, 24, 31; Sept. 7



Legal Notice

R .R WA'REHOLiUSE.
NOTICE OF SALE

Orn September 9. 21:'15 a 10 00 rm ICSTI. R.
& m\ R 'iWehi,.:,. atlU dlpie iof the coriItenr 1 21
t.-rage unit fr-,m Bn'.:.l ard 1Ii31 .torage unju'
from BIlounrL-,u-rt at R .&R 'arehoirse ; in
Blurn.tir.aTi ,t au'i'32 R 2-' W 1IE501 674-5473
Tr.- unrdts re oelevel] Co conLotr. h-ouehold
and.*or personal pr.:pperr, of the fo.joAi-n rtenianr
Marne Kimmeircilrnerr
Br an While
FPey, Rieadl
L.u'rine C-o.ell[
Ka.trJer, Cuirnman
.johrn Swea-engi
Willhe Engram
Keri-t\' Moore
Y.,I lar-I HaH0rna.n
ibirbi Barli-
L a.aor.da Harril
Cheila Kellev
i(Kien Zilt.
'Volona L MCra.
All unsU n.ot paid Lin ull by' tru date will be dis-
pose.] o1 THERE WILL BE NO ALiCTIONII
Aug 17 24 2005


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"i1'. FLORIDA
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The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 1.


Local 4-Hers compete at State Congress,

BY JESSICA BOWDEN national trip awards, participat- and competed in a skill-a-thon Performing Arts for the Share- stripped suit and charming Before the congress wee
Calhoun County/University of Fla. ed in interactive workshops and performance where she judged the-Fun competition. Micah smile. Micah competed against began,. 4-H posters and photo-"
4-H Extension Agent performed community service situations garments, and pric- Martin competed with his self twelve other contestants with tal- graphs had to be entered into the
projects. ings for the best selection. composed Mickey Rhapsody on ents of dancing, singing, skits, state office forthe state competi-
Three Calhoun County 4-Her's : Competitive events begin on Ma'hershal'al studied and keyboard. Micah captured the and musical pieces. Micah did a tion. Megan Shoemake entered a


participated with nearly 450 4-H
teens from 54 Florida counties as
they "Rocked" their way onto the
University of Florida campus
Monday, July 25, for the annual
-green and white invasion called
Florida 4-H State Congress.
Accompanied by 100 adult
agents and volunteers, 4-Her's
competed in state level, events,
interviewed for scholarships and


Tuesday, July 26, with fashion.
review activities, illustrated talks
and demonstrations in a variety.
of categories. Ma'hershal'al
Washington competed in
Clothing Selection and Fashion
Revue. Clothing Selection is
where Ma'hershal'al selected one
outfit to be judged on price, qual-
ity and presentation.
Ma'hershal'al modeled her outfit


learned the different textures of
over 50 fabrics for fabric identifi-
cation. Within all of this competi-
tion, Ma'hershal'al really made
an impact by winning 1st place
in the category of School /
Informal Wear and by winning
the Best Color Selections for her
outfit.
SWednesday evening, partici-
pants gathered at the Center for


AT LEFT, ric.ah r'.1c:irtir pc:.es ,..Wtr hi rs certiricote orter cocrr iptinig in tr-e
Share-the-Fun con-ipetiti:.:r at the State 4-H Congress. ABOVE Iviegaor
Shoemake poses with some of-the photographs she entered. She
received three oa.'ordJs for her series on the. old courthouse, now on:
display at the'Colhiouin County Public Library.


THE CALHOUN COUNTY 4-H DELEGATION at the i- -H State Congress incl:uded(fronm left) Jeissca BowEer,
4-H -geent M.lico rJ.rtin Ir..eganr Shioernoke [.lo rier.r hshl 0 Wasrirgton Debro Peterson Hugh Creek 4-H
Clu -dult Lea.-er


audiences attention as he walked
on stage with his black pin,


wonderful job receiving a certifi-
cate of participation.


See 4-H, page 16
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Deadline

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CARS & TRUCKS
1989 Ford van, runs good, $1700. Call
674-6142.

1996 Toyota Camry. PW, PDL, sunroof
and tinted windows, 10 disc. CD changer,
147.000 miles, excellent condition. $4500
(located at the Credit Union). Call 643-
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Call 574-7572

Ford Windsrar, 2000. 7 passengers, 5
doors, 60,000 miles dual air, power win-
dows and locks, keyless entry, CD player.
$8 000 0BO Call 674-5175

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umn, 4 dr., new tires and wheels, good
body needs some work. $6,000 or make
an offer. Call 743-7131.


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Live-In nousel'eeper needed trans.
portaion provided salary negotiable
Located Kinard area Cal 850-867-0722.

A new contemporary church seeking
keyboard player and drummer For info
contact Pastor Jason Lowrey at. 832-
0156 or 639-2054.

HOME FOR SALE
Beautifully remodeled, 1800 sq. ft., 3
bdr.,. 1.5 bath, study, dining room, large
den. 24 x 30 garage, double lot.
Blountstown $154,000. Call 850-762-
9719.
2 acres with older 2 bdr. 1 bath single
wide mobile home with 1.5 year old well
and septic tank on paved road between
Blountstown and.Althal. Land cleared and
can be used as rental or 2 building lots.
$32,000. Call 674-5175.



LIVESTOCK
Jersey milk cow. $800 OBO. Call 482-
6127.

Registered Paint Stallion, '5 yrs old,
good conformation andpedigree. Rides
good! For more information, please call
674-7995
LOST
Lost: Cream'colored Shihtzu. male,
approx. 1 year old. Lost in the Jack Lake


CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
RUN'S NEEDED
2 POSITIONS: 11 PM 7AM 7.ON/7 OFF
Requirements:. Current licensuredwith the State of
Florida; Current CPR/ACLS

Submit applications to:
Calhoun Liberty Hospital 1

Attn: Barbara Potter
; 20370 NE Burns Ave.
Blountstown, Florida 32424
'" Aug. 17, Aug. 25, 2005


FLOOR TECH
POSITION AVAILABLE
Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown currently
has a position open for a Full-Time Floor Tech.
Floor Maintenance experience is preferred but
not required. You can pick up an application at
17884 NE Crozier Street Blountstown, FL 32424
or call and speak to Ken Shelton at 674-546.4.
"ug 17, 2005
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Umbrella baby stroller, regular stroller
baby carrier, Brother sewing machine,
wedding dress size 1.1/12 with acces-
sories: 2 leather jackels junior ladies for-
mal wear and dresses Call 674-2350.
leave message

Bow Flex with leg attachments. $800.
Call 762-3088. ,

Bunk beds $100. White metal bunk
bed in excellent condition. Full on the
bottom and twin on the top. Full mattress
is included. Call 674-1077 all messages
will be returned
MOBILE HOMES
1994 double wide mobile home 1800
sq. ft 3 bdr. 2 bath, large living room
with fireplace and siding glass door lead-
ing out to the back porch, master bdr. has
huge walk-in closet, garden tub in master
bath with shower, all closets and pantry
have closet maid organizers. 2 porches,
all appliances including washer and
dryer, m moving must sell, has been
taken care of, in good shape asking,
$31,500 and seller will pay for moving
locally call after 5.00 p.m CST 674-
2985

PETS FOR SALE
White English Bulldog puppies. 2
males, 6 females, $125 ea Call 762-
3088.


area on Sunday, Aug. 7th. Small reward.
Call Amber at 447-0912 or 674-4313-

FOR SALE.
Computers for sale new or factory
refurbished computers, Monitors, Inkjet &
Laser Printers, CD's. CD-RW, CD Drives.
Zip Drives, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call Russell A Peterson at (850) 674-
2958, 17785 Crozier St., Blountstown. E-
mail russellp@digihalExpt.Com

Happy Jack Kennel Dip II: treats fleas,
ticks, mange, stop scratching & gnawing
without steroids. Contains NO solvent.
Biodegradable! ALTHA FARMERS
COOP, 762-8749
www.happyiackinc.com
Cherry dining room table with six chairs,
hutch and china cabinet, in excellent con-
dition, $550, round 48" oak claw foot
table with leaf and four chairs, excellent
condition, $175.. two oak bar stools that
match table $30 ea. Must see to appre- -
ciate Call 850-674-8202 and leave mes-
sage. 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 seats, extra!
Call 674-3615

FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted
china cabinet $3K retail, sell for $999
850-425-8374

NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, in unopened plastic. Must
sell, $125. 850-545-7112.

NEW Brand Name King Mattress Set.
$250, in factory plastic,.warranty. 850-
425-8374

NEW BEDROOM SET"; Brautifuhlke r
ry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King
sleigh Ded, dresser, mirror, chest. 2 night-
stands. Sug. list, $4600, sell $1650.
850-545-7112.

New leather sofa and loveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-2113.

CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250. Btpnd
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879.

6 pc. full/queen bedroom set. New in
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783
Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty, $150. 850-
426-8374.

Toddler bed, Winnie the Pooh, with mat-
tress, $50 negotiable Call 762-9248.

Bedroom furniture light colored solid
wood, 2 years old: twin bookcase head-
board, $30; double dresser, $10; night
stand, $25.; trundle bed, $50. Call 762-
3028, leave message

Captain chairs. (8) solid oak, dark finish,
$25 each. Would make good dining or
office chairs. Call 643-7604.

Lift chair, with massage and heat, like
new, $50 OBO John Deer mower with
bag, self propelled, $200 OBO. Wicker
love seat and end tables, $20. Call 762-
8132

Cloth manager's chair, 4-1/4' pneu-
matic seat height adjustment, 360" swiv-
el and tilt control, $25. Call 674-8767.

DEADLINE MON. NOON


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
Mon-Fri to
schedule an
interview.
Jul, i '" ug 3 10 17 2005


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10x20...$80
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OR 762-8597


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

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

YARD SALE
Yard sale, Fr., Sat., Aug. 12. 13 and
Sat. Aug 20 at 20783 NE Bay S Pine
Island Household goods, furniture,
appliances lawn mowers, clothes and
much more.


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Yard sale. Sat., at 17757 Charlie Johns
St, 7 00 until noon Rain or shine. New
& used clothes, misc items Call 674-
3774

Moving/yard sale August 19th & 20th
from 8 00 a.m. until 3.00 p m. at 18650
N W. Jap Austin Road, Blountstown (take
Hwy. 71 norh for two miles and look for
signs). Name brand mens and women's
clothes, shoes, linens dishes, rugs,
porcelain dolls, cherry dining room set
with 6 chairs and china hutch for $500.; 2
cherry end tables and coffee tables,
lamps shelving unit. bakers rack. Call
674-8202 for more information or to look
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The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 15


Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD
Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Liberty County man
charged with sexual
battery against teen
A Liberty County man is behind bars
accused of sexual battery against a
teenage girl.
Arrested was Timothy King of Bristol.
According to the Liberty County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Chuck Barber
received a complaint from a 17-year-old
girl who alleged King entered her bed-
room one night in July and touched her
inappropriately. She told her mother the
same day the alleged incident occurred
and contacted authorities.
The case was also investigated by the
Florida Department of Children and
Families.
King was booked into the Liberty
County Jail last week. He is currently
serving community control for a prior
unrelated offense.

Man charged with
aggravated battery,.
child abuse Sunday
A Clarksville man remains in custody
at .the Calhoun County Jail following a
domestic disturbance over the weekend..
Ezekial Davila, 35, has been charged
with aggravated battery and child abuse.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton
responded to a call at a home on SW
SMcCoy Road at 7:11 p.m. after a young
girl,called 911, screaming that her mother
was hit in the head with a lamp by Davila
-and was laying on the floor bleeding. The
'child also advised Davila was still at the
-home threatening everyone there.
When Dep. Dalton arrived, Davila was
- exiting the front door and advised he did-
-n't mean to hit the woman, identified.as
Raelene McCoy, 34. He was detained
'while Dep. Dalton checked on McCoy
who was found laying on the floor near a
refrigerator bleeding from her head and
foot. McCoy said she was awakened by
her daughter screaming in the living room
around 7 p m. and learned Davila, her
live-in boyfriend, was unplugging the
satellite system. McCoy's daughter
advised Davila wouldn't let her watch tel-
evision and McCoy told him to unhook
. everylri ng that was his and leave the res-
idence. Davila reportedly responded that
he was not leaving and, it she left, he'd
hunt her down and hurt her.
An argument ensued and McCoy said
she threw a coffee cup at the wall and ii
broke into pieces Then. Davila allegedly
picked up a two foot lall lamp and threw it
at McCoy hining her in the head. McCoy
Said she fell to the ground and when she


tried to get up, she cut her foot on the
broken coffee .cup. Her daughter then
called 911.
Davila was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail.

Wreck leads to
woman's arrest for
DUI early Monday
An early morning crash Monday
ended in the arrest of a woman for driving
under the influence.
Brandy L. Kelley, 31, was charged in
the case.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Jared Nichols was
westbound on NE Mt. Olive Cemetery
Road just after 2 a.m. when he noticed a
Vehicle in the ditch at the intersection of
SR 71 North. The Dodge Dakota pickup
still had steam coming from the hoodand
Dep. Nichols suspected it had failed to
stop at the stop sign. The vehicle report-
edly skidded across SR 71 and struck a
tree in the opposite ditch.
Prior to Dep. Nichols' arrival, a pass-
ing motorist had stopped to check on the
driver, later identified as Kelley. The
motorist advised Kelley was not injured
and was still in the vehicle. .
Kelley reportedly told Dep. Nichols
she was mad at several subjects and had
been chasing them when she crashed.
After Dep. Nichols noticed she sounded
thick tongued and her speech was
slurred, then smelled alcohol, Kelley
reportedly admitted to drinking four,
beers. She failed a field sobriety test and
was placed under arrest.
Kelley was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and remained in custody at
press time.

Deputy finds driver
slumped over wheel,
charged with DUI
A local man was charged with driving
under the influence after a deputy, return-,
ing from another call, found him slumped
over his steering wheel.
Arrested was Tony Martin Maloy, 35.
According to Ihe Calhoun County
Sheriff's.Office, Dep. Jared Nichols was
eastbound on NW CR 274 just before 1
a.m. Thursday when he came upon a
white Chevy Blazer slopped in ihe east-
bound lane with the engine running and
lights on. He discovered Maloy uncon-
scious in the driver's seat, slumped over
Ihe steering wheel. Maloy initially dian't
respond until Dep. Nichols shook him
repeatedly ana should at him for sever-
al minutes.


Aug. 8: Daniel F. Ingersell, writ of attachment; Karlier
,Robinson; Jr., driving while license suspended or revoked;
Heidi Herman, trespassing after warning; James Peddie, driv-
ing under the influence; Brandon Conyers, aggravated battery,:
battery: James Peters. driving while license suspended.or
Revoked; Demetria Moore. warrants/Leon County
SAug. 9: Randy D. Morris. failure to appear in coirt: Arnold
Pitts, felony battery: Richard Whitehead. no motorcycle
endorsement
Aug. 10: Jerry Brown. holding for Hillsborough Co.
Aug. 11: Tony Maloy. driving under the influence, refusal to
submit to breath test; Eugene Graham, warrants/failure to
appear in court
Aug. 12: George T. Gay, violationn of probation. Robert
Harres. violation of probation, failure to appear in
court/Washington Co.: Jackie Reagan Ill. attaching tag not
assigned. no motor vehicle registration
Aug. 13: Daniel Angualdi. driving while License suspended
or revoked: Sergio Perbraza, no valid drivers license: Robbie
Farvash. failure to appear in court
Aug. 14: Ezekial Da\ila. aggravated battery, child abuse
Aug. 15: Brandy Kelly. driving under the influence: Ronald
Howard. violation of conditional release; Emmanuel Deveaux,
contempt of court/child support .
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun
County Jail during the past week. Although they have
been charged with a crime, they are considered innocent
until proven guilty.





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Maloy reportedly advised he was
coming from a bar, but couldn't remem-
ber which one, then said he had con-
sumed a.six pack. He later reportedly
stated he had "a lot more than that" to
drink.
After Maloy failed a field sobriety test,
he was taken into custody. He allegedly
refused a breath test. Maloy was booked
into the Calhoun County Jail and given a
conditional release.

Man charged with
aggravated battery
after fight erupts
A local man was arrested August 8
after a fight that left two injured.
Brandon Lee Conyers was charged
with aggravated battery and battery.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Bliss Moreau and
Dep. Eddie Dalton responded to a home
on Minnie Lee Road in response to a
physical disturbance call. Upon arrival,
Jimmy Lee, 44, was found to have a deep
laceration on the bridge of his nose. He
reportedly stated Conyers came to the
residence and they got into a verbal alter-
cation. Mary Jane Moore attempted to
break Ithem up and Conyers allegedly
threw her over his shoulder, then went
after Jimmy. He further stated Conyers hit
him until he lost consciousness and fell to
the ground Le said Conyers continued
to pound him until someone pulled him
off.
Conyers was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and released after posting a
$1000 surely bond.


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


AN EXPECTANT MOTHER was fortunate to walk away virtually unscathed from ah accident Monday morn-::
ing, Jennifer Brown of Blountstowri was traveling along .John' F. 3ole., Roioocl her i-.she hit a bump in the road
and. landed in a ditch,.nearly striking a tree. Brown, who is eight months pregnant with a baby girl, was:'
alone at the time and there were no other car.; o'n the road. She :jlle-d her mother, Faye Brown, from a cell
phone and told her she had crashed. "I could barely understand her, she was crying so much," said Faye
who called authorities, i-rnbjiourane workers from Errier.,' tt orri ed and found Brown trapped in the car
due to the fact the driver's side door was smashed into the ditch. They helped her out through the pas-
ieraer d.or rand found she only had a couple scrapes and scratches. "It just scared her," said her mom.
The accident woi iriv.estigated bt the :lorlda Higha,..a Patrol.
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on a $10,000 automobile.
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The County Record, AUGUST 17, 2005, Page 16




BOOSTER CLUBS READY




FOR 2005 SEASON


The Quarterback and
Century Clubs have been
busy preparing for an excit-
ing 2005 season.
New facility upgrades
financed by the Quarterback
and Century Clubs include a
utility golf cart, champi-
onship rings for the
weightlifting team, game- S.
film projector, dirtwork and
sodding of the practice field,
carpet for the locker room,.
ice machine for the athletic
department, chairs and TV
for die fieldhouse. 25 second
clocks (courtesy of Ramsey
Piggly" Wiggly), team meals
each day after two-a-day
practices, sent players to
football camps, and the
pouring of two sidewalks in
front of the fieldhouse.
Thanks to all the members
for making these improve-
ments possible.
These items were badly
needed and there is still
plenty to do. If you are inter-
ested in making a contribu-
tion, contact your Century
Club (Marlene Attaway, 209-
6561) or Quarterback Club
(Thad Richards, 674-3601) for more information.
Pictured (from left) area few Quarterback and Century Club members. Michael Bryant,
Rebecca Devuyst, Chad Ramsey. Michael Devuvst. Thad Richards. Rick Johnson. Rickv,
Silcox, Jerry Guilford, Al Willis, and Gerald Frve. GO TIGERS!!!


4-H Congress


series of photographs telling the
story of the old court house in
Blountstown. Megan also typed a
small description to accompany
the photographs. Megan's hand-
iwork was so good that she
received three awards for the
professional photos graphs. She
received 1st place Senior
Division,, 1st place Digital Photo
- Series of Images, and 1 t place
Division 3 Digital Prints.


Megan 'received the following
comments on her photographs
from the judges: 'These are
amazing! You have a talented eye
for Photography. I love the
angles, the lighting, and the sub-
ject matter..Your images are
clear and all have quality focal
points. You could make a career
out of photography! GREAT
JOB!!!"
If you would like to see the


photographs and Meganj's great
talent, they are currently dis-
played at the Blountsto\\n Public
Library.
The. Calhoun County
Extension Office expresses our
congratulations to these truly
dedicated 4-Her's. For more
information visit
www.florida4h.org or contact the
Calhoun County Extension
Office at 674-8323.


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