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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Preceded by: Calhoun County times (Altha, Fla.)

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2005 9 98th Year, No. 51 N BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 0 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


GRANT AWARD


Blounlslown


Fire Dept.


awarded


$77,156
Department of Homeland
Security (DHS) has announced
2040 grants to fire departments
throughout the United States in
the first round of the Fiscal Year
2005 Assistance to Firefighters
Grant Program (AFGP). including
one to the Blountstown Fire
Department.
The AFG program will issue
approximately 5.500 awards
worth S600 million in direct
assistance to firefighters and
first responders throughout the"
country. This first round of
grants provides more than
S205.360.839 to help local fire
departments and emergency
medical services organizations
purchase or receive training.
first responder health and safety
programs, equipment and
response vehicles.
The Assistance to Firefighters
Grant Program includes grants
to 41 fire departments and emer-
gency medical services organiza-
tion in Florida. The Blountstown
Fire Department received
877.156 to help fund operations
and safety programs.
The Assistance for Firefighters
Grant Program is administered
by the Department s Office for
State and Local Government
Coordination & Preparedness
(SLGCP).



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FOLLOWING RIVAL GAME


Vandals damage football field;




one arrest made, others likely


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
An 18-year-old Blountstown
man was arrested Tuesday
morning, accused of taking a
joynde at Bowles Field over the
weekend, ruining hundreds of
hours of work by several volun-
teers.
Johnny Lane McClendon
has been charged \ith felony
criminal mischief and tres-
passing on school property in
the case.
According to Major Rodney
Smith of the Blountstown
Police Department. authorities
received a call early Saturday
morning and learned the field
had been damaged sometime
between the hours of midnight
Friday and 6 a.m. Saturday.
BHS Head Football Coach
Bobby Johns says the damage
to the field \\as extensive.
"They did donuts all over the
scoreboard end of the field
from the five yard line to the 45
yard line." he tells The County
Record. "They also did donuts
by the new concession stand
and spun dirt all over the side
of it."
Because the Blountstown
High School Tigers defeated
the Liberty County Bulldogs,
34-0. Friday night, many in the
community initially suspected
someone from Bristol was
behind the vandalism.
However, authorities soon
learned that wasn't the case.
Authorities collected a vari-
ety of evidence at the scene.
including the width of the
wheel base and tires. Tips that
came in over the weekend
pointing to Liberty County stu-
dents were quickly dismissed
after that evidence failed to
match.


Around 5 p.m. Monday, Lt.
Adam Terry of the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office alerted
Maj. Smith that he had
received a tip in the case which
led to an interview with
McClendon. Maj. Smith reports
McClendon said he borrowed a
Jeep Cherokee from a friend
Friday night and took two
teenage boys with him to a
local supermarket to get a
soda. McClendon admitted he
then drove to BHS and did the
donuts around the field and
concession stand area.
Both juveniles, who attend
BHS. gave statements to
authorities regarding their
presence during the incident.
School officials will decide if
they will also be charged in the

"Anybody that would
do that, that's just poor
character on their part."
-Coach Bobby Johns

case.
The woman who loaned her
vehicle to McClendon advised
she gave it to him with the
understanding he was only
going to Harvey's and said she
had no knowledge of him tak-
ing the Jeep to the football
field.
Members of both the BHS
Century Club and Quarterback
Club have spent countless
hours over the summer. along
with Coach Johns, preparing
the field and grounds for the
2005 season. "There were hun-
dreds and hundreds of hours
spent out there not just me.
I'm talking about other people."
he remarks. "We had the field
looking as good as it's ever
looked. You'd have to resod all


MIKE AND JOHN MICHAEL HALLEY OF EMERALD COAST SOD survey


the damage at Bowles Field.
of it Ito get it back to it's origi-
nal state. Some holes are six
to eight inches deep. We had
some inmates out Saturday to
put some sand in there to at
least level it out so it's not
unsafe."
A S100 reward was offered
to anyone with information
that led to an arrest in the case
and it has reportedly been
awarded to the anonymous tip-
ster.
Damages to the field have
been estimated at S3500.
Coach Johns and the others
who have worked so hard to
improve Bowles Field are


pleased that an arrest was
swift. "That's as low class of an
individual as I've ever seen in
my life." Coach Johns said of
the culprit early Monday before
the suspect had been identi-
fied. "Anybody that would do
that, that's just poor character
on their part."
Despite the damage. Bowles
Field will be ready for action
Friday night when the BHS
Tigers host the Port St. Joe
Sharks. Kickoff is set for 7:30
p.m. For highlights of the
Blountstown vs. Liberty
County game, look inside this
Issue.


OLD FUEL TANK TROUBLE


Fumes at


Altha force


classesto


relocate
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Old fuel tanks buried beneath
Altha Public School decades ago
continue to cause problems, but
school officials are set to deal
with them for the last time.
Superintendent Mary Sue
Neves learned Friday that four
classrooms will need to be evac-
uated for up to six months until
the contamination problem can
be removed, once and for all.
Neves says the tanks. once
used to store fuel for buses and
heating, were likely placed there
about 40 to 50 years ago. but-
details about them are sketchy.:
"We can't find any record of it."
she remarks.
Several times in recent years.
fumes from the tanks have
caused problems and, after.
clean up efforts, it appeared all
was well. However. there is one
trouble spot beneath one of the
newer elementary wings that
remains. "We've had contamina-
tion from leaking tanks before.
but they've gotten all areas of the
school clear except this one
spot." says Assistant
Superintendent Greg Jones.
"We've had to get two classes
out of there already [due to the
fumesl." Neves reports.
-The levels there are real lowv..
adds Jones. "But we're not tak-
ing any chances."
After officials from the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection (DEP) and the Florida
Department of Education (DOE)
evaluated the site. all agreed it
was best to take aggressive
action and eliminate the prob-
lem.
"At the very least, there \will be
digging, and at the most. possi-
bly demolition," Neves reports.
The two classes that have
already evacuated have been
moved to other spaces on cam-
pus. The other two classes in the
wing will be moved in the near
future. Four portable classrooms
have been ordered. but the stu-
dents will utilize other spaces on
campus until they arrive.
Neves said the work could
take up to six months to com-
plete.
"We're really pleased with
DOE and DEP being aggressive
about it," she says. "It's for the
best interest of the students, fac-
ulty, and staff. And Ithe state is
paying for this whole thing. It's
going to be very expensive."
Despite the length of time the
classes will be displaced, in the
long run, Neves says it's definite-
ly worth it.
"We're tired of dealing with it.
[state officials] are tired of deal-
ing with it...we're just going to
get on it and take care of it."




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The County Record, AUGUST 24,2005, Page 2


Dear Editor:
I enjoyed the article named
New Rules for County Meetings.
Above all I am glad to see that my
neighbors in Calhoun County
will be able to read about some of
the on going TRIPE in the Board
of Commissioners Meetings. The
attempt. as I see it. is to stifle the
few that attend the meetings
from having any input. It will
never happen as long as I can
take a breath and or speak.
This Commission is a
Constitutional Government
body, not a Charter Commission.
This means the Calhoun County
Commissioners must meet and
perform under the Constitution
of the State of Florida. The
Florida Constitution states in
ARTICLE I Sec. 4. That "Every
person may speak. wnte and
publish his sentiments on all
subjects but shall be responsible
for the abuse of that right. No
law shall be passed to restrain or
abridge the liberty of speech or of
the press."
CALHOUN COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS and Ms. Attaway (Clerk
.of the Court) whom is the Ex-
Officio. continues to change
rules to suit their needs and not
the needs of the people. This is
restraining or abridging the liber-
Ity of speech. This in its self is a
_violation of the Constitution and
;the right of all CITIZENS.
:Someone needs to be their
;watchdog. I only wish there
:were hundreds to do this and be
:at each meeting.
If the Calhoun County
'Commissioners meetings were to
:last 4 or more hours so what.
;they are paid well for this time.
'CALHOUN COUNTY COMMIS-
-SIONERS should not be consid-
ered as part time HELP YET
:FULL TIME COMMISSIONERS. A
:COMMISSIONER is a full time
;job and their pay and benefits
-are adequate. I have no problem
-with them holding other jobs as
:long as being a COMMIISSIONER
:is first and foremost. Please do
-not feel sorry'for them.
ALL COMMISSIONERS
:SWORE AN OATH AS STATED
:-Section 5(b). Art. II, State
:Const., provides as follows:
S Each state and county officer.
:before entenng upon the duties
,of the office, shall give bond as
:required by law, and shall swear
;or affirm:
"I do solemnly swear (or
;affirml at lijupport. pro-
?tecEW Li on.
:and Government of the United
:States and of the State of Florida:
that I am duly qualified to hold
office under the Constitution of
,the state; and that I will well and
`faithfully perform the duties of
?county commissioner on which I
,am now about to enter. So help
:me God."
Where does it say District 1. 2.
.3. 4 or 5? Calhoun County is
*Calhoun County.
So if it is necessary to sign a
:card to speak then it is necessary
-for the agenda to include all
-items at length as to what will be
-brought up. This means a plan-
.ung meeting for the meeting
:itself. other wise how do you
:know what really is coming up.
,Not very well thought out it
seems.
Mrs. Attaway responded that
Harry Hagan asks questions for
*clarification because he is the
'press. Is Mrs. Attaway trying to
say- the press has more rights
.than the citizens'? I hope not.
'Those who attend the meeting
,know that Harry has a special
.area up front and is the closet of
all in attendance, accept when
they have a court reporter to also










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Kelli Peacock
Somehow, largely through the G
the vast pride on the part of man
never miss


take minutes. Maybe a rmcro-
phone is needed for the meetings
along with a PA system so every-
one attending can hear. This
would and should include all
remarks by all that sit at the
Commiissioners area.
Commissioners and the two
others sitting at the head table
sometimes talk without the ben-
efit of the audience hearing. Are
they having a pnvate conversa-
tion or carrying on business. All
conversations are for the record I
thought. We need to remember
that the meetings are there for
the public to take part ti or why
have them at all. Is business
being carried on outside the
meeting place? I for one hope
not.
About Mrs. Attaway's com-
ments on Sonny O'Bryan. first
Mr. O'Bryan is on the agenda and
is disrmssed after his presenta-
tion at each Board meeting.
Hardly ever has Mr. O'Bryan
made comment on other subjects
than his own. I must also say
that Mr. O'Bryan appears to be
the only Department Head, other
than Mrs. Attaway, at all the
board meetings. What could be
learned from attendance of these
meetings is mind-boggling. If
there are rules to be learned why
not rules such as ROBERTS
RULES OF ORDER. Then
Commissioners themselves
would have to follow the rules.
Mrs. Attaway farther states
that she is preparing a complete
guideline for the Commissioners
to consider that will format the
meetings. May I suggest reading
the Constitution then getting a
Constitutional Scholars opiruon,
not that of a Lawyer who has
conflicts? Most Lawyers want a
controversy as they make more
money when things continue to
spiral out of control. In the end
it is normally settled the same
way it would have been without a
Lawyer just a lot more money
given to a Lawyer.
I would also like to state that
yes once and only once a member
of the audience did say a profan-
it-. His simple statement was
"sh_t" when he was cut off from
stating his opinion. I would also
like to let everyone know I per-
sonally have heard worse lan-
guage said in CHURCHES. in the
CONGRESS. THE CAPITAL and
THE WHITE HOUSE. The man
was visibly upset and showed
restraint. This man is an elderly
,geittleOMan-. .that- .'at qne.,',tieim'-,
attended most meetings. He was
frustrated. Most people that
attend the meetings are.
I did throw the first stone on
these issues as someone had to.
I have attended many meetings
in the last 15 years. I am a CON-
STITUTIONAL GUARDIAN and
proud of it. I swore an OATH to
the' Constitution. both State and
Federal. I will not allow anyone to
destroy what others and myself
fought to protect. I fought in
Korea and Vietnam to keep these
freedoms alive and well.
If you believe in your rights
PLEASE stand up and be heard
If you want to be treated fairly
SPEAK UP and be heard!
If you cannot afford to, then I
will still stand there while speak-
ing up for US while be there for
everyone.
I SWORE AN OATH AND I
PROMISE TO KEEP IT SO HELP
ME GOD
Michael Wayne Willis Sr.
USMC. US ARMY (Retired)
Fla. Juvenile Justice (Retired)
Calhoun County Concerned
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The County Record, AUGUST 24,2005, Page 3


Late Sheriff WA. Woodham to be remembered at...



Dinner and dance August 26


Naotan Joel Eoersole and Srarcn Kay Henderson


Henderson, Ebersole to


exchange vows Dec. 17


Long-time Gadsden County
SheriffW. A. Woodham, who died
in April of this year, will be
remembered at a dinner and
dance celebrating his life on
Friday evening, Aug. 26, at the
National Guard Armory in
Quincy. The dinner will
honor the former sheriffs memo-
ry and raise, funds for an
endowed scholarship in his
name at Chipola College. where
he served as student body presi-
dent in 1962. ,
At the time of his retirement
as Gadsden Sheriff last fall,
Woodham was the dean of.
Florida law enforcement officials
after having served inr that posi-
tion for 33 Nyears. He was well-
known not just in his home
county. but, throughout the
state, as a fair and compassion-
ate man who could be tough
when the occasion demanded.
Hosted by '100 Friends of W;
A. Woodham" and sponsored by'
the Chipola Appreciation Club,
the event :. will celebrate
Woodham's life and contribu-


The event will begin with a
social hour at 6 p.m., followed by
dinner at 7 p.m. Entertainment
will begin at 8:00. featuring the
world-famous Embers, the
Raleigh, NC, band renowned for
its exciting renditions of nostal-


THE LATE SHERIFF W. A. WOODHAM
tions to the people of Gadsden
County. while helping to endow a
scholarship in his memory at the
school that gave him his start.


gic 'beach music" enjoyed
throughout the years by Sheriff
SWoodham and his coritempo-
raries.
For information on the event,
call Evelyn Ward at 850-718-
2265.


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Dr. and Mrs Quentin
Henderson are proud to
announce the engagement of
their daughter. Sharon Kay. to
Nathan Joel Ebersole. son of
Marlin and Doris Ebersole of
Blountstown.
Sharon is the granddaughter
of Burrel and Alleen Su-mner of
Blountstown. and Ruby and the
late Harvey "Buck" Henderson of
Childress. Texas.
Nathan is the grandson of
Earl and Mabel Swartzentruber
of Lancaster. Pennsylvania. and
Alice and the late Da-id Ebersole
of Colquitt. Georgia.
Sharon is a 2003 graduate of
Blountstown High School and is


currently pursuing a degree in
Secondary Mathematics
Education at Chipola College.
Nathan is a 2001 graduate of
Blountstown High School and a
2005 graduate of Florida State
University with a bachelor's
degree in business administra-
tion. He is currently employed
with the Justice Administration
Commission in Tallahassee.
The wedding will take place on
December 17 at 3 p.m. CST at
RiverTown Community Church
of Blountstown. No local invita-
tions are being sent. however, all
family and friends of the couple
are invited to attend.


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John Austin Roberts til celebrate
his 4th birthday on Sunda,: August
28th. He Is the son ot RIckv and Janice
Roberts of Altha. His maternal grand-
parents are Curtis and Cindy
Grantham and Lois Cole of Altha Hi;
paternal grandparents aie A\ln
Roberts and the late Lorrie Roberts of
Marlanna, and Charles and Jeuei
Benefleld and Pearl Ellis of Grand
Ridge Austin enjoys mud riding in his
jeep, playing policeman and fireman.
singing and dancing, and ntching
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Happy 3rd Birthday!,
Collie KathrYn tNleutiaus till cele-
Orate her third birthday on October
26 Sne is the daughter of Dr Peter and
Shona Neunaus or Pensacola
Maternal grandparents are Laonda
Tucler and the late Dr Marshall
Tucker Paternal grandparents are Dr
Svh Ia Neunaus and the late Dr Maurv
Nleuhaus. Her great-grandparents are
Kolhrvri Tucker and the late Tommie
Tucker, and the late Leo and Collie
Mae St Amant. all of Blountstown She
is named tbr her ttho dear great-
grandmother: She loves visiting ner
family In Blountsto\n and has a great
time playing \Ith her uncles and
aunts :


Tristan William Whittaker
Brian and Lydia Whlitoker of
Clarksvile are proud to announce the
birth of their son. Trlstan William
Whittaker, born on July 8. 2005 at Gulf
Coast Medlcol Center.. He weilged 8
pounds. 5.1 ounces and measured
21 5 Inches Maternal grandparents
are Virgil and Jovce Rowe of Altho
PaTernal grandparents are Lorry and
Peggy Whittaker of Clorksville


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State officials callfor creation of Meth Strike Force



Meth named number one drug threat


Florida's State Fire Marshal
Tom Gallagher has announced
an expanded, comprehensive
strategy to combat mefhamphet-
anine or "meth. including a call
for increased coordination
between state agencies, the cre-
ation of a Meth Strike Force,
increased criminal penalties for
meth producers,, and the estab-
lishment of trust funds to clean
up meth lab sites and help meth
victims, including children.
Joining Gallagher in support
of expanded efforts was Director
James McDonough, Florida
Office of Drug Control.
."Meth is a high-level threat to
our commuruties and has the
potential to destroy our commu-


nities one by one," Gallagher
said. "Jails are overflowing with
meth producers and users, and
almost half of all children found
living in meth labs need urgent
medical .care and intervention.
Strong steps have already been
taken, but we need to rapidly
expand our response to combat
this evil drug."
"Meth is the number one-drug
threat facing Florida." said
McDonough, whose office is lead-
Sing a statewide' meth working
group made up of private and
public: sector agencies address-
ing meth.,
According to the Florida'
Department of Law Enforcement.
there were 28 meth labs seized in


Florida in 2001. Last year, the
number rose to 332.
Since 2004, the State Fire
Marshal's Office has responded
to more than 30 fires or explo-
sions at meth labs. In June,
Gallagher launched a series of
training programs to provide
those on the front lines with tools
to deal with the new risk they
face.
Among the proposals
Gallagher is advocating:
Creation of a Meth Strike'
Force: To assist local law
enforcement agencies in commu-
nities identified as meth hot
spots, Gallagher, is urging the
creation of a MNeth Strike Force
that will enhance local efforts to


crack down on meth; assist in
response, cleanup and disposal
of clandestine meth ,labs; and
provide assistance to families
destroyed by meth.
Tougher Penalties for Meth-
related Crimes: Upon posting
bond, meth manufacturers often
return to their labs and start
producing again.
To stop the revolving door,
Gallagher is proposing that bond
be denied for meth producers.
State Fire Marshal Gallagher
is also pursuing penalties for
property ownerswho knowingly
fail to disclose that a meth lab
was previously "found on the
premises.
In June, Gallagher pledged to


CEv Ii E ri P P R
m ~Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Blountstown woman
arrested for forging
roommate's checks
S A Blountstown woman was arrested
Friday lor allegedly stealing checks from
her roommate and forging them at local
businesses
Jennifer Lynn Smilh. 24, has been
charged with utterng a forged instrument,
forgery, petit theh, and violation ol stale
probation
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Smith's roommate con-
tacted them and advised she discovered
four checks had been taken without her
permission, and forged for a total of $80.
In addition, she was charged $136 in
overdraft fees when the checks bounced.
Smith was taken into custody and
remained at the Calhoun County Jail at
press time

Altha man charged
with battery for
assault at party


on him Mears told authorities he was sit-
ting in a chair when Yon struck him in the
face with ms list..
Mears advised family members had
urged him. to contact mhe Sheriff's Office
and report the incident. but he feared
retaliation from Yon. However. during an
interview with deputies at the Calhoun
County Jail, he decided to press charges.
He further stated he was unable to work
for five days and has been experiencing
headaches.
Yon was arrested Aug 18 and
remained in custody at press time.


Authorities seek
information on car
stolen from home
The Calhoun County Sheriff's Office is
seeking information on the theft of a vehi-
cle from a Blountslown home
Authorities say Kathy Godwin contact-
ed their office Aug 14 and reported a
black 1977 Transam with gold trim and a
gold bird on the hood had been left at her
home on W.L. Godwin Road by her son
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An AIlma man currently on siate pro- Goadwin advise sne recently solo ine
balon was arrested last week for alleged- residence and the car was parked Ihere
ly assaullng another local resident at a while the new owner had a model home
party moved in next door. She stopped by the
Robert Crag Yon 40. has been home and realized the vehicle was miss-
charged with battery and violation of pro- ing
nation. Anyone with information on this case
According to the Calhoun County Is urged to contact the Sheffs Ottffice at
Sheriff's Office. Deputy Eddie Dalton ran 74-509
. .into radyAllen.Mears. -AU 5-. and. .
no'. ... extensive cbr yisi, -'.ad. 4e,1_H Je .to ,
and rie le.ars sad3sd ':e had be-n .
struck in the lace .y 'on.r 10 day earlier arrest after man hits,
nile at a binhday parry inside a barn on brother, damages car
Bariield Road Mears alleged, at some rther,
point during the party, Yon stated in his
presence he was going to strike another A Blountstown man was arrested last
man at the party Mears said he spoke up week for allegedly striking his brother and
and told Yon he wasn't going to allow him smashing the window of his car.
to hit the man and said Yon then turned Darrell Summerlin was charged with


battery and criminal mischiel over $200 in
the case.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Roy Hill told authorities
he went to his brother Darrell s house on
NE Pear Street lust afer 7 a m Aug. 9 to
pick up his niece for school While walling
outside for his wile to get his niece, he
alleged his brother Iold him to get off his
property Hill said he told his brother he
was leaving as soon as his wife and niece


gol in the car However, before he could
back up. he said Darrell struck him in the
chin with his list then struck the driver
side rear window, causing it to shatter
One of Roy's children was sitting directly
behind the window but fonunately. the
glass did nol spray on the child.
A warrant was issued for Summerlin s
arrest and he was taken into custody
Aug. 15. He was given a conditional
release the following day


SThe above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun County Jail over the
past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are consid-
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pursue' legislation to heighten
penalties for all first responders
injured while responding to a
meth lab. Legislation, sponsored
by Rep. Greg Evers, passed earli-
er this year enhanced penalties
for meth producers who injure a
law enforcement officer, but. it
did not extend to firefighters and
other first responders who are
also often called to respond to:a
meth lab. Gallagher will work
with Rep. Evers and other leg-
islative leaders ,to correct this
omission.


Protecting Children Exposed
to Meth: According to the Drug,
Enforcement Agency, meth lab
accidents burned 48' children
and killed one child in 2003.
After hearing stories of children
crawling in spilled chemicals and
playing near toxic burn piles,
Gallagher is proposing that chil-
dren of meth manufacturers be
immediately removed from the
home to get them out of harni's
way and. provide them with
See METH, page.11


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Aug. 15: Michael Simmons, Jr.. stalking, assault; Darrell Summerlin, battery,
criminal mischief
Aug. 16: Lym Vo, driving under the influence. Ervin Mathis, driving while license
suspended or revoked with knowledge: Sandra Jarrell, failure to appear in
coun/worthless check, Kelly D Hawkins driving while license suspended or
revoked; Michael R Daly, dealing in stolen property
Aug. 17: Shawnte Thomas Faulk aggravated battery
Aug. 18: Brandy Howard, violation of probation, Timothy Rostas tling lalse
report. Robert Craig Yon, banery, violation of probation, Teddy Eubanks violation
of county probation William Murray, grand theh auto, Jerome Wallace, driving
under the influence
Aug. 19: Jennifer Smith, three counts uttering forgery, petit theft violation of
state probation. Charles C. Casey, driving while license suspended or revoked,
Anthony McClure, violation of county probation
Aug. 21: Buck Clary, driving under the influence
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Jerry Brown listed in last week's Seriff s Log is NOT
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BHS hosts Port St. Joe Friday, kickoff 7:30 p.m.




Tigers shutout Bulldogs,


34-0


The Blountstown Tigers have
put behind them their heart-
breaking loss to Fort Meade in
last year's' state championship
game and have put in many long,
hot hours in the weight room
preparing for the season ahead.
With 19 seniors on this year's
roster, the Tigers and their fans
are hoping for something special
once again.
The Tigers got their first
opportunity to test their skills
Friday night at Bowles Field
against neighbor and .long time
rival Liberty County. The
Bulldogs are no longer in the
same district with the Tigers, but
the competition for bragging
rights will always remain.
Blountstown's depth, strength,
and talent were too much for the
Bulldogs Friday night with the
Tigers winning with ease, 34-0.
Some felt the Tigers ran up the
score while true students of the
game realized Blountstown could
have made it much, much worse.
Blountstown's offensive line, a
major concern after last year's


graduation, appears ready for the
challenge ahead. They have the
size and seem a step quicker
than last year's unit.
With the entire backfield
returning from last year and
some new faces added to the
offense, the potential is there for
plenty of scoring.
Quarterback Michael Guilford
connected on 4 of 7 passes for 58
yards against the Bulldogs and
has developed into a vocal leader
on the field. Chance Attaway,
who had a tremendous junior
year, carried the ball three times
Friday night for 100 yards with
83 coming on one long touch-
down gallop. Attaway also
returned an interception for 33
yards and a touchdown. State
champion power lifter Arsenio
Ivory had two carries for 80
yards, one a 60 yard touchdown
sprint, and had several big hits
on defense. T.C. Copeland and
Corey Silcox displayed their
power running. Ryan Baker, and
Greg Meeks also got into the
action against the Bulldogs.


Baker had a 15 yard scoring run
in the second quarter.
Sophomore quarterback new-
comer Cory Cox saw his first
action and connected with
Jonathan Lockhart for 20 yards
and a touchdown on his first
pass attempt. Gary Reed,
Attaway and Silcox each had a
pass reception in the game.
Defensively, the Tigers were
quick to the football and never
gave the Bulldogs much running
room. Liberty County rushed for
111 yards and picked up 14
through the air. Quarterback
Jace Ford was under tremendous
pressure all night resulting in
two interceptions.
Josh Savell blocked a Bulldog
punt that resulted in a safety for
the Tigers.
Thad Alston rushed for 92
yards and A Jay Marlow added
28 yards for the Bulldogs.
Titus Overholt came up \nth
an interception for the Tigers
early iin the game. Ryan Baker-
led the defense with 11 tackles
followed by Jamie Willis with 9.


Adam Edwards was in on 7 tack-
les followed by Ivory and Silcox,
with 5 each and Copeland, Isaac
Kent, and Josh Lee with 4.
Clarke Purvis, Josh Savell, Chaz
Johns, and Greg Meeks were
each in on 2.
The Tigers will host Port St.
Joe Friday night at Bowles Field
in the season opener with kickoff
set for 7:30. Friday night's crowd
for the kickoff classic with
Liberty County was outstanding
so plan to arrive early for a seat.
The Tigers have a tough
schedule this year facing teams
like North Florida Christian,
Leon, Tampa Berkley Prep,,
Chipley and Holmes County.
Come out and support these
young men, the coaches, band
and cheerleaders. They allwork
hard and: should be ,applauded
for their efforts.
The Liberty County Bulldogs
will be on the road Friiday night
at Bronson. On September 2,
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BHS Lady Tigers conquer Altha


Lady Cats defeat Liberty Co.


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

Volleyball fans who stopped by
the Altha School gymnasium last
Thursday afternoon were treated
to an afternoon of edge-of-your-
seat action. The Lady Wildcats
hosted a pre-season tournament,
welcoming opponents from
Blountstown, Liberty County,
and Sneads.
In the first match, the Lady,
Tigers shutdown Sneads, 25-14,
25-23. Altha took on Liberty
County in the second round,
defeating the Lady Bulldogs, 25-
18, 21-25, 16-14. The third
match pitted Sneads against
Liberty County with the Lady
Pirates claiming a victory after
three games. The grand finale
put Altha against Blountstown,
their cross county rival. When all
was said and done, the Lady
Tigers took home a 26-24, 21-25,
15-0 win.
"I thought each team played
with a lot of heart and determi-
nation," Altha Coach Mary
McClellan remarks. "The coaches
got a good look at their team and
now know the areas to work on."
Senior Angela Byler led the
Cats with 27 points and '22
assists in the tournament. Fellow
senior Mary McIntosh con-
tributed 12 points and 15 kills.
Freshman Cherie Hires followed
with 24 points. Tiffany Betts had
18 points and two kills. Joy
Capps provided five points and
eight kills. Tory Lipford had 12
points. Ashley Adkins added four
kills.
S"Overall, I was pleased with
our performance," says Coach
McClellan. "We made a lot of
unforced errors, but that is
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LADY CAT MARY MCINTOSH slams down a kill as two Lady Tigers pre-
pare to block it,


expected early in the season.
Looking at the big picture, we
have the skills and the heart to
be successful. We are looking for-
ward to the challenge."
Coach McClellan was very
pleased to see such an enthusi-
astic crowd at the tournament.. "I
just want to thank all the fans for
coming out and supporting their
teams." she remarks.


The Lady Cats played their
first regular season match
Tuesday at Bozeman (details
unavailable at press time).
They'll host Wewahitchka Friday
in a varsity only match at 3:30
p.m.
Blountstown's stats .were
unavailable at press time. Watch
for complete details in next
week's edition;

Ti-State Park

announces fast

track results

The results of the August 20th
Fast Track at Tri-State Off Road
Park were as follows:
4 & 6 cylinder
1st pi -Johnny Shadrick
2nd pi -Steve Whitfield
Street Legal Consistency
1st pI -Steve Whitfield
2nd pI -D,\id Kelley
I'Ird .n L.-n'el I'Q-d-iII
4thil.- Brda ,Newsdime
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Ist pI Dee ping
2nd pi -Don Fike
3rd pI -Johnny Shadnck
4th pi Chad Flowers
Open
1st pi Jim Inke
2nd pi -Robert Whiting
3rd pl Paul Herron
Street Modified
Ist pi Paul Herron
2nd pi Tommy Gainous
3rd pi Pastor Jason Lowery
4th pi Gator Parker
Sand Drags
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Shape: Oval
Last Year's Winner: Dale Eamhardt Jr.
Qualifying Record: Ryan Newman 128.709 in 2003
Race Record: Charlie Glotzbach 101.074 in 1971
Race Time: 7:00 pm ET, August 27th

In the- fall of 1969, Bristol Motor
Speedway was reshaped and re-mea-
sured. The turns were banked at 36,
degrees and it became a 0.533-mile
oval, or the "World's Fastest Half Mile".
,Improvements continued', bringing: its
current seating capacity to 160,000. The concrete racing
surface is 40 feet wide with straightaways 650 feet long.,
"Racin' the way it ought'a be" is the slogan'that this race-
way uses because it is the shortest track, ith the high-
est banking which makes for exciting racing. In a series
of national polls, Bristol's August night race ranked
ahead of the Daytona 500 and Brickyard.400 in
Indianapolis as the overwhelming fan favorite.


2005 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Martin Truex, Jr. 3606
2) Clint Bowyer 3402
3) Reed Sorenson 3282
4) Carl Edwards 3255
5) Kenny Wallace 3078
6) Denny Hamlin, 3053
7) Paul Menard 2847
8) David Green 2826
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b) Neil Bonnet
c) Rusty Wallace.
d) Ned Jarret
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the partnership. Mayfield finished the 2003. season
strong and the improvement continued right into the
2004 season. Mayfield got lfis first win with Evemham
Motorsports at Richmond in Septemberand secured a
berth in the inaugural Chase for the NEXTEL Cup.
Driver's Highlights:
4 career victories .
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known as the NEXTEL Cup. From 1972
through 2003, it was called the Winston
Cup; before' 1972, it was known as the
Grand National. As a result of the
Sprint/NEXTEL merger, the division will
once again change its name, being known
as the Sprint Cup beginning in 2007.


GFS Marketplace 400 Results Race Review
Driver Start Finish Make Sonsor Points/Bonus Evemham Motorsports driver Jeremy Mayfield drove the
Jeremy Mayfield 11 1 Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 185/5 final 52 laps without making a pit stop Sunday to win the
Scott Riggs 19 2 Chevrolet Valvoline 175/5 GFS Marketplace 400. Mayfield's teammate, Kasey Kahne,
Matt Kenseth 13 3 Ford DeWalt Power Tools. 170/5 tried a similar plan with disastrous results. He ran out of gas
Carl Edwards 12 4 Ford AAA' 165/5 two laps from the finish line and ended up in 29th place. "I
Tony Stewart 36 5 Chevrolet The Home Depot 155/0 can't say I didn't have doubts when they made that choice,"
Greg Biffle 31 ,6 Ford. National Guard PRISM 155/5 said Mayfield; whose previous victory came last September
Kun Burn 17 7 Ford Crown Royal 156/10 in Richmond that put him into the top 10 for the Chase for
Joe Nemechek 1 8 Chevrolet U.S. Army 147/5 The Championship. Scott Riggs, in only his second season
Brian Vickers 7 9 Chevrolet ditech.com/GMAC 138/0 in the NEXTEL Cup series, registered a career-best second-
Jimmie Johrson 10 10 Chevrolet Lowe's 134/0 place finish using the same strategy as Mayfield's team.




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"LONT W Chipola awarded funds for math, science teacher education programs
Ef BLOUNTSTOWN Succeed Florida $105K grant


SL S &EMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS Succeed Florida $105K grant
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SAC Meeting/ BES Open House
The Blountstown Elementary
School Advisory Council will
meet on August 29, 2005, at 5:30
P. M. for the public hearing of the
2005 2006 BES School
Improvement Plan. All council
members are urged to attend.
The BES Open House will
immediately follow the SAC
meeting from 6:00 P. M. until
7:00 P. M. Teachers look forward
to meeting parents and visiting
with students.

BES Shirt Sale
Show your school spirit and


order a Blountstown Elementary
School shirt!
The BES shirts will be sold
from August 22 through
September 2. Hurry and get your
order in because the shirts will
not be sold after September 2.
Order forms have been sent
home with students or you can
get an order form in the BES
office.
The prices for shirts are:
Youth 2/4 14/16 = $7.00
Adult S XL = $7.00
Adult 2XL = $8.00
Adult 3XL = $9.00
Adult 4XL = $10.00


Late registration at


Chipola thru Aug. 26


Chipola College Fall Classes
began Monday, however late reg-
istration -will continue through
noon on Aug. 26.
SChipola offers college credit
courses during the day and
evening, and also through inde-
pendent study. The college
awards the Associate in Arts (AA)
,Degree, a two-year degree that
.guarantees acceptance to
Florida's 11 public universities.
The college also awards bache-
plor's degrees in Secondary
Education with majors in mathe-
iiatics and science. Chipola's
pTlniversity Center offers classes
on the Chipola campus leading
to bachelor's degrees and
advanced degrees from UWF,
,SU, TSU and UF.


Chipola also offers Associate
in Science degrees and certifi-
cates in Workforce Development
programs that provide training
for high wage jobs.

Financial aid is available to
those who qualify. Applications
are available in the Financial Aid
Office or online.
College applications are avail-
able in the Admissions and
Records Office, or online.
Chipola's open-door policy guar-
antees acceptance to all students
with a standard high school
diploma or GED. Testing is
required to enroll in certain aca-
demic courses.
For information, call 718-
2211, or visit www.chipola.edu


-fertified Nursing Assistant


course will begin August 29

Q Chipola College will offer a through Thursday from 8 a.m. tc
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) 12:30 p.m. The final week of the
course beginning Aug. 29. course will include clinical expe-
-. Applications are due in the riences for eight hours each day.
. hipola Health Science Programs The cost is approximately
office by Aug. 23., $500. Students must take the
- Classes will be held Monday .:Test of Adult Basic Education


,Carr SAC will

meet August 30
- There will be a School
;.d\isory Council meeting at Carr
-School on Tuesday. August 30th
'ai 2:45 n the library.

Early Education

meeting Aug. 29
;. Early Education and Care.
Ilnc. will hold their board meeting
'n Monday. August 29. at 12:00
,CDT in the ECC-Trainlng Room
', Panama City.
- The tentative agenda will
include ELC Timelines and
BRe\ised Corporate Documents.
:Eor additional information on
this meeting or agenda. contact
.Early Education and Care. Inc.
;.t 872-7550, ext. 2246.


SUBSCRIBE TODAY!


(TABE) test and submit scores
with their application.
For information, call 850-718-'
2278.


Chipola College president Dr.
Gene Prough on Thursday
announced the award of a
$105,000 Succeed Florida grant
from the Florida Department of
Education. "This grant will help
to increase enrollment in our
teacher education programs in
the high need areas of mathe-
matics and science education,"
Prough said.
The target group for the pro-
gram includes local public
school paraprofessionals
(teacher's aides) who recently
earned AA degrees as required
by the Federal No Child Left
Behind Act. Chipola will provide
these and other qualified stu-
dents with an accelerated, non-
traditional teacher education
track designed to produce high-
ly-qualified mathematics or sci-
ence teachers in two years.
Dr. Kitty Myers, associate vice
president of Chipola's Bachelor's
Degree programs, said, "Because
many of the paraprofessionals
are employed full-time, traveling
to universities or taking tradi-
tional day classes at Chipola'is
not feasible. This program will
provide classes at convenient
times as well as additional deliv-
ery methods.",The Chipola cur-
riculum also \\ill capitalize on
the paraprofessional's experi-
ences in the classroom while
they are completing their bache-
lor's degree.


Dr. Lou Cleveland, Director of
Mathematics and Natural
Science Education, said, "This
grant also will be used to provide
tuition assistance, tutors for
academic courses and FETC test
preparation. Additionally, the
grant will provide a 'success
coach' to monitor and visit
potential students at their work-
place classrooms."
Lt. Governor Toni Jennings
and Education Commissioner
John L. Winn announced
Chipola College among the other
recipients of the first-ever
Succeed Florida Career
Education Grants at a press con-
ference Thursday ; in Fort
Lauderdale. Created by the 2005
Florida Legislature, the program
is awarding $21 million in grants
to public and private secondary
and post-secondary institutions
to support new or expanding
programs in nursing education
and teacher certification, and to'
plan and implement career acad-
emies. Florida Rep. Marti Coley
also was on hand for.the Chipola
press conference. Her late hus-
band Rep. David Coley was a
Member of the Florida House of:
Representatives which passed
the Succeed Florida legislation.
Persons interested in
Chipola's teacher education pro-
grams should contact Dr. Kitty
Myers or Dr. Lou Cleveland at
850-526-2761,


Essay contest in honor of


Hispanic Heritage Month


Governor Jeb Bush and First:
Lady Columba Bush today invit-
ed Florida's K-12 students, to
participate in the third annual
Florida Hispanic Heritage Month
essay contest. The essay contest
is the first in a month-long
schedule of events planned to
commemorate Florida's Hispanic
heritage. The theme of the essay
contest is, "How has Florida's
Diverse Hispanic Heritage and
Culture Inspired You?"
"Columba and I are proud of
the Spanish and Latin-Americanl
influences which are a rich part
of Florida's culture and play, a '


,state," said Governor Bush.
"Hispanic Heritage month gives
us the opportunity to educate
Florida's students about the con-
tributions Hispanic individuals
have made to the diversity of our
state's history."
Governor Bush is asking stu-
dents to pay special tribute to the
Florida's diverse Hispanic popu-
lation and their contributions to
the state's culture, economy and
education. The 'theme for
Florida's 2005 Hispanic Heritage
Month Celebration is "Florida,
Gateway of the Americas:


dynamic role in shaping our See ESSAY, page 9
SeeESSYpag 9


Chipola College president Dr, Gene' Prough on Thursday
announced the award of a $105,000 Succeed Florida grant from the
Florida Deportment of Education, Pictured from left, are: Rep, Marti
Coley, Dr Kitt., Myers Dr. Lou Cleveland and Chipola president Dr.
Gene Prough.


Several short courses


scheduled at Chipola


Chipola College will offer a
variety of short Courses in the
coming weeks.
An Internship course will
meet Thursdavs.. Aug.25 through
December 8 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Cost: is $171. A 20 Hour
Childcare Training course will
meet Sept. 17 and 24 from 7
a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $76. A 10
Hour Childcare Training (behav-
ioral observation &. screening)
course will meet October 8 from
7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is S38. A
10 Hour Childcare Training (spe-
cial needs) course \will meet
November 5 from 7 a.m. to 5
p.m. Cost is S38.
A Cake I class will meet
Thursday, Sept. 1 through 22
from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is $41.
A Cake II ,class will. meet
Thursday, Sept. 29 through
October 20 from 6 to 8:30 p.m..
Cost is $41. A Cake III class will,
meet Thursdays, October 27
through November, 17 from 6 to
8:30 p.m. Cost is $41:
An Introduction to Computers
with Internet for Seniors call will
meet Sept. 13 from 9 a.m. to 12
noon. Cost is S24.
The Continuing Education
Department also offers the fol-'
lowing custom motivational


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


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The County Record, AUGUST 24, 2005, Page 9


AITHA SCHOOL NEWS


Season tickets on sale Mondayfor...



Chipola Artist Series


Season tickets for the 2005-06
Chipola Artist Series go on sale
Monday, Aug. 29, in. the college
Business Office located in
Building A.
,The four-event series opens
Sept. 26 with "Solid Brass."
Sophisticated, inspiring and
entertaining describe the .Solid
Brass ensemble which is recog-
nized by audiences and critics
alike as one of the premier brass
groups in America. Members of
the ensemble are some of the
New York's finest musicians who
have performed at Lincoln
Center with the Metropolitan and
New York City Opera orchestras
and N.Y. City Ballet orchestra.
With ten brass players and a per-
- cussionist, Solid Brass is the
only ensemble of .its kind in
North America. The glorious
sound of Solid Brass and its rap-
port with audiences provide a
great concert experience.
' The Cracker Barrel Old
Country Store. Southeastern
Tour, "A Sanders Family
Christmas" will- perform at
Chupola. Nov. 28. Perfect for the
holiday season, the Singing
Sanders Family return 'to the'
.Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
,on Christmas Eve 1941, just
three weeks after the infamous
attack on Pearl Harbor and
FDR's Declaration of War. Rev.
'Oglethorpe has invited the family
back to sing and witness in an
effort to rouse the congregation
into the holiday spirit before the
boys are shipped off to World War
II. Filled with hilarious yuletide
stories, slapstick comedy and
over two dozen Christmas songs
and hymns, the Sanders Family
SChristmas will keep youi ahtd
your family laughing, clapping
and singing. The Cracker Barrel
Old Country Store Southeastern
Tour 'of Sanders Family
Christmas is produced and per-
formed by Tenmessee's largest
professional theatre company,
The Cumberland County
Playhouse.
Pianist' Nadejda Vlaeva will
play at Chipola, Jan. 17,. Vlaeva
was born in Sofia, Bulgaria. arid.


started playing the piano at the
age of five: She has performed in
concerts internationally, gi ing
solo recitals in Bulgaria, Russia,
Slovakia,' Hungary, The
Netherlands,. Spain; England,
Canada, Barbados and the U.S.
She also has appeared as a
soloist with the. Budapest
Symphony, the Calgary
Philharmonic, The Capella
Istropolitana in Slovakia, the
Edinburgh Symphony and with
various orchestras in Bulgaria
'aid Holland. Included among
her major awards are, the First
Prize and Gold Medal at the Liszt
competition in Lucca, Italy; and
the Yamaha Award for the best
interpretation of Brahms, in
Weimar. Vlaeva gave her New
York debut in the Carnegie Weill
Recital Hall in the year 2000.
The Core Ensemble will pres-
ent -Tres Vidas" at Chipola. April
3. Consisting of cello. piano. and
percussion. Core Ensemble will
perform a new' music theatre
piece, Tres Vidas (Three Lives).
The work celebrates the lives of
three powerful Latin American
women: Mexican painter Frida
Kahlo, Salvadoran peasant-
activist Rufina Amaya, and
Argentine poet Alfonsina Stornm.
Tres Vidas features a script by
aw'ard-winning Chilean writer
Marjorie Agosin. Actress
Georgina Corbo will portray all
three protagonists with the Core
Ensemble onstage. The trio will
perform popular and folkloric
music from a variety of Latin cul-
Stures...
The Chipola Artist Series is
funded through Chipola's
Performing Arts Fund. with
grants from the :National
Endowment, for: the Arts, the
Southern Aits Federation. the
Florida Division of Cultural
Affairs, the Chipola Regional Arts
Association and corporate
donors.
Season tickets-$40 for all
four e\vents-entitle holders to
same seat reserved seats, invita-
.tions to,:the "Meet The Artist"
receptions, subscriptions to the


CRAA arts calendar, and early
ticket-renewal next year. A limit-
ed .number of individual event
tickets-$12 for adults and $8
for ages 18 and under-will.be
available prior to each perform-
ance at the Chipola Business
Office.
For season tickets, call the
Business Office at 718-2220.


FROM ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL

FFA President's Conference
SAltha senior, Kyle McAlpin,
will be traveling to Ocala, FL, on
August 26 and 27. There he will
be participating in the second
annual FFA President's
Conference. Kyle earned this
privilege by being elected as pres-
ident of his local FFA chapter.
As an active FFA member of
four years, Kyle is very excited to
attend the conference. During
this two day event, Kyle along
with hundreds of other FFA pres-
idents from around Florida, will
build leadership skills through
numerous exercises and skits.
We at Altha are certain Kyle
will represent our FFA chapter
well.
By: Sarah Shelton

Altha Student Attends FSU
Choral Camp
The Altha School music
department is very proud of one
of their chorus students this
year. Senior John Baumer
attended the Florida State
Honors Choral Ensemble Camp
this summer.
The camp was a rigorous,
seven day music study. He would
start each morning with choral
warm up at 8:00 AM and
throughoutni the rest of the day he
would go to classes such as.
Men's Sight reading, Men's Choir
Practice, Bass Section Practice,
Mixed Choir Practice. Small
Ensemble" Practice, arid end 'the
day with Men's Barber Shop
Practice.
All of this practice culminated
in a rousing concert in Operman
Music Hall directed by Dr. Kevin


Fenton and Dr. Judy Bowers
along with many more .faculty
members. The orie hundred and
sixty seven member chorus sang
songs such as Hayden's Te
Deum, In Flanders Fields and
many more. Tina Smith, who is
Altha School's Choir Director,
attended the concert and stated
that "John is the first student
from Altha to attend Florida
State's Music Camp" and that
"John will be an asset to the
choir this year for attending the
camp".
John says that he plans to'go
to school at The Florida State
College of Music and get his
degree in music education; .
We are all proud; of him for his
many accomplishments.

Wildcat Varsity Volleyball
.The Altha Lady Wildcat Varsity
Volleyball team has managed to
make a very honorable title for
themselves in the past two sea-
sons that this year's, players are
hoping they can maintain:
Undefeated.
The ladies have worked very
hard to achieve a perfect, regular
season record'and they are still
working as hard as ever and,
going into this season with high
expectations. "Our team works
very well together and we all
work hard, which I feel will make
us very successful as it has in
the past"- Ashley3Adkins, Varsity
Volleyball player:
Even after a few "bumps" in
the road such as, three of last
years' senior players not return-
ing, the' girls still have their
hearts "set" on winning. This sea-
son was spiked' into action on
August .18th at the Pr6-Seasonr


Classic held in The Den and the
ladies played for the "kill." Come
out and support our Ladycats.
By: Nikki DeBdlt


BMS Advisory

Council to meet

Sept. 2 at 3:00'

The School Advisory Council
for Blountstown Middle SchoVl
will meet Friday, September 2, t
3:00 p.m. in the Media Center.
The School Improvement Plan
will be discussed.

Road work is

now underway'

So SR 73 South
Florida Department Of
Transportation (FDOT) mainte-
nance crews are performing rou-
tine maintenance work on SR 78
south this week through
Thursday, August 25.
Weather permitting, crews wll
begin work south of Smith Tower
Road from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
daily. The routine work is alIj
contingent upon the availability
of materials.
Motorists are reminded to use
caution and obey traffic flaggeLs
while traveling through the \work
zone.

S S TOA
Ifl^R^


Essay contest


Celebrating Our Diverse
Hispanic Heritage."
The contest is open to. all
Florida K-12 students. A panel of
educators, community and busi-
ness leaders from around the
state will serve as judges and
select the winning essays. One
winner will be selected from each
of the three grade-level, cate-
gories, elementary (grades .K-5),
middle (grades 6-8) and high
school (grades 9-12). Winners
will receive a full. four-year
tuition scholarship to a Florida
college or university of their
choice, provided by annual essay*
contest partner Florida Prepaid
College Foundation.
Essay Guidelines are as fol-
lows:

Entries must be e-mailed to
essay@myflorida.com or mailed
to the Executive Office of the
Governor: 400 S. Monroe Street,
Suite 206, Tallahassee, Florida
32399.
V Entries must be received no
later than 5:00 p.m., (EST),
September 16, 2005.
V Each student may enter
only one essay, no longer than
500 words.
V Essays submitted must
include: contestant's name,


home address, telephone num-
ber, school the student attends,
grade level and title of the essay.
V Essay .must be accompa-
nied by a parental consent form
in order to be considered.
Hispanic Heritage Month is
celebrated nationwide and begins
on September 15, the.anniver-
sary of independence for 'five
Latin American countries-Costa
Rica. El Salvador. Guatemala,
Honduras, and. Nicaragua.
Mexico achieved independence
on September 16 and Chile on',
September 18. Hispanic Heritage
Month has been celebrated in the
United States since 1974, when
President Gerald Ford issued a
Presidential Proclamation
extending Hispanic Heritage'
Week into a month-long observa-
tion.
Partners, of this year's
Hispanic Heritage Month essay
contest include the Florida
Prepaid College Foundation and
the Florida Hispanic Legislative
Caucuis Those interested in par-
ticipating in the essay contest
and obtaining more information
on other Hispanic Heritage
Month events should visit
www. floridahispanicheritage.com
or call (850) 488-5394 for more
information.








The County Record, AUGUST 24,2005, Page 10



OBITUAR E


MARGARET R. (PEGGY)
GARRETT
Margaret R. (Peggy) Garrett, age
84, passed away in -her home
August 20, 2005, after a brief ill-
ness.
She was born in New Albany,
Indiana, on May 21, 1921, and was
raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She
earned a Bachelor's of Science
-,degree from the University of
:"Cincinnati, and a Master's degree
-in Education from the Cincinnati
SBible Seminary. She wrote
Christian Education curriculum
T or Standard Publishing for many
years.
She moved to Orlando, Florida,
to take a position in a Christian
iday school, where she taught for
Several years. She met Wiley C.
SGarrett in 1947 at the University of
S'lorida in Gainesville while obtain-
SIng her Florida teaching certificate.
They married on Thanksgiving
D~ay; November 25, 1948. They
Were married for 56 years. They
S'moved to Blountstown in 1954,
Where Peggy was a teacher in the
tCalhoun County School District for
S30 years. She was an active mem-
ber of the Bristol Christian Church
untill they moved to Parker,
Colorado, in 1997.
SShe is survived by her husband,
Wiley C. Garrett, of Parker,
C"olorado; one son, John R.
G-arrett, of Denver, Colorado; one
daughter, Mary Garrett Norman, of
.lizabeth, Colorado; and four
-grandchildren.
S' A memorial service is planned at
Southeast Christian Church in
Parker. Colorado, today,
'' Wednesday, August 24. Graveside
services will be held at the
"Almarant Cemetery in Laurel Hill,
Flonda. on August 27, at 12:00
noon. Whitehuist Funeral Home of
S-:Cresniew. Florida, is in charge of
the arrangements. All friends and
family are invited to attend.
SJOSEPH HILLMAN HARVEY, JR.
S Joseph Hillman Harvey Jr.,
known throughout central and
s outh Georgia as Joe Harvey, the
man behind the Harveys super-
-:market chain, died today after a
- long battle with cancer.






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Harvey, 76, started working in
his father's grocery stores when he


was five years old and helped
found the J.H. Harvey Company
Inc., in 1950. Emphasizing friendly
customer service and a wide selec-
tion of fresh.meats and local prod-
ucts, the Harveys chain grew from
a handful of stores in the early
1950s to 45 locations in Georgia
and north Florida in 2003, when
he sold the company to Delhaize
Group, the parent company of
Food Lion.
S"Mr. Joe Harvey understood
completely the bond that exists
between a family and its local gro-'
cery store," said Tom Robinson,
Harveys chief operating officer. "He
believed in no excuses and shoul-
dered 100 percent of the responsi-
bility for Harveys. He instilled in .
every Harveys store three basic:
principles exceptional customer
care, low prices and developing the
best team members in the grocery
business."
Through the years; Harveys
customers felt as if they knew Joe
Harvey personally from his TV
commercials and frequent store
visits. From the early 1950s until
2005, when his health declined sig-
nificantly. he neei- missed a store
grand opening, where he would
personally welcome customers. His
desire was that Harveys stores
always lived up to the company
motto, '"The Friendliest Store in
Town."
Born in 1929 in Nashville,
Harvey served customers iced soft
drinks in his father's store when he
was 5 years old. By the time he was
nine, he worked daily in the store
and did so until he graduated from
high school. After attending col-
lege. Harvey returned to the family
business and was appointed secre-
tayv'of rthe *J .F Hij-IrE._ "Co. at ae
21. In 1980 he became president
and CEO of the company and was
made chairman of its board in
1989.
In 2003, Harvey negotiated the
sale of the company to Delhaize
Group, which has grown the chain
to 66 stores. serving 500,000 cus-
tomers weekly in Georgia and
north Florida. After the .2003 sale,
Harvey maintained a lesser role
with the company, continuing to
appear at store openings and other
events In 2004. Mercer University
in Macon. Ga.. awarded Harvey an
honorary doctor of commerce ui

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"Harveys customers can take com-
fort knowing our stores will honor
the memory of Mr. Harvey by
remaining the friendliest grocer in
town."

SHidden Treasures
by
Ryan
L McDougald

We Have Problems
to Glorify God
Text: John 9:1-34


recognition of his accomplishments
and contribution to the food indus-
try in the state of Georgia.
Harvey is survived by his wife,
Martha Brumley Harvey, and sev-
eral children, grand children and
great-grand children. Memorial
services will be Saturday, August
20th, 11:00 AM at Strickland
Memorial Stadium at Epworth by
the Sea St. Simons Island,
Georgia. The family requests in
lieu of flowers, memorials be sent
to Epworth by the Sea, P. O. Box
20407, St. Simons Island, GA
31522.
"Mr. Harvey will be missed. He
has certainly left a legacy in the
stores he built, the customers he
served and the fine persons he
employed," Robinson said.

Noma Reunion

set for Sept. 3

at Town Hall

The annual Noma Community
Reunion will be held in the Noma
Town Hall building on Saturday,
September 3rd. The town hall,
will hope at 10:00 a.m. and
lunch will be served at 12:00
noon.
All past and present residents
and their friends are cordially
invited to attend. People plan-
ning to attend are asked to bring
a well-filled basket of their
favorite dishes. Also, please
bring tea, if that is the beverage
you prefer. Soft drinks, ice,
cups, plates, and eating utensils
will be furnished.
This gathering, held on' the
Saturday before Labor Day,
strengthens the bonds of friend-
ship and lets us relive memories
of the past, renew our ties with
the land that once nourished us
and walk among the graves of
our dear departed kinsmen.
Anyone desiring additional
information is urged to contact
Nora Edgarton at (850) 263-
3200.


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First Baptist offers
Wednesday activities
Come join the fun at First
Baptist Church of Blountstown
every Wednesday evening at 5:15
p.m.
Royal Ambassadors for grade-
school boys and Girls-in-Action
for grade school girls; and
Mission Friends for pre-K chil-
dren have started! Children's
Choir practice starts at 6:30 p.m.
There are great activities for mid-
dle-schoolers and high-schoolers
too!
For more information, call the
church office, at 674-5923.

Frink Baptist revival

set for August 24-28
Frink Baptist Clhurch \will hold
Revival Services August 24th -
28th. Evening services Thursday
Saturday will be held at 6:30
p.m. Sunday service will be at
11:00 a.m. There will be a cov-
ered dish fellowship following.
Sunday morning service.
The guest evangelist will be
Rev. Jim Mclntosh. pastor of
First Baptist Church. Altha. Dan
Thomas invites everyone to
attend. For. more; information
Scall 674-3324.

Presbyterian Church

meets Sunday 10 a.m.
The 1st Presbyterian Church

f-


of Blountstown is meeting every
Sunday at 10 a.m. CST.
The sermon for Sunday,
August 28, will be "Here Am I",
Exodus 3:1-15 and Romans
12:9-21, given by Dr. Lewis
Bullard.
All are welcome. Please come
and join us at 20325 NW Evans
Avenue next to Peavy Funeral
Home.

Altha Baptist plans

homecoming Sept. 11
Altha First Baptist Church will
be celebrating its 90th anniver-
sary on Sunday, September 11.
Join us for this special home-
coming service beginning at 11
a.m. CST and including "dinner-
on-the-grounds". All former pas-
tors and members are invited to
attend.


Fast Track-
3rd pl Robert Whiting
Street Modified,
1st pl Paul
2nd pl Travis Melton
3rd pl Pastor Jason Lowery
4th pl Chad Flowers
Foot Races
5 yrs & under Brandi
Whitfield
Boys 6-11 yrs. Trace Flowers
Girls 6-11 yrs. Alana Flowers
and Kristh Whitfield
12 3Ty & over Ben Hayward

S U B i BE "YF.


Christian Victorytells a story about a
missionary who had been seriously ilL
She was home on furlough and was relat-
ing her suffering to a church congrega-
-tion.
She explained that on top of being
sick, her check did not arrive and she
could not buy any good, food. She was
forced to eat oatmeal and canned milk for
30 days. Then she got her check anc
could buy something else to eat.
A medical doctor was in the congrega-
tion and approached her after the 'meet
ing. He questioned her about her illness
to tind out what it was. Finding out it was
a digestive malfunction he said, 'Well, i
your check had arrived, you would not be
here talking to me today. And the diet we
always prescribe for that trouble is a 3C
day oalmeal diet
Whydoes God allow us to go through
trouble in life? Quite often, it is so He car
rescue us and we can give Him the glory
for it. That was certainly the case of the
blind man'in. John 9.
The disciples were like many people
They thought that the only reason you
had problems was due to sin in your life
But about the blind man. Jesus specifical
ly said, 'Neither mis man nor nis parents
sinned...but this happened so that the
work of God might be displayed in his life
(NIV)."' Jesus mrriraculously healed the
man. The miracle .was undeniable. We
are still telling the story today 2000 years
later..
Whenever you go through difficult
times, it is an opportunity for God to dis
play His love, mercy, and power in your
life. Trust Him and follow Him in obedi
ence no matter what. Others will be able
to undeniably see Him at work in your life
SThat will bring God glory.
Ryan McDougald is a licensedd
ordained Free Will Baptist Minister host
ing Bible study in the home. For mor
information, call674-6351.


hutch Director

For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


Blountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


Sunday Sernices
SSuwday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship... 11:00 AM
Evening \oirship...5:00 PM.
Wednesday Senice...7:011 PM.


Hwy. 20 West
1I3th Street
Blountstown, FL
850-674-4331


Meaningful Bible Study......................... 9:45 AM
Exciting Worship................................ 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship .............6....:..;6.00 PM :
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
I Pastor, Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown

First Baptist Church
Helping peoplefollow in tlhe foiotsteps 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 arid
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
20500 Central Ave. West 850-674-8254
Blountstown, Florida 850-674-3144
STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


WORSHIP SERVICE:
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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


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15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
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482-4825
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The County Record, AUGUST 24, 2005, Page 11


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts Land
Company, the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 508 Year of Issuance: 2002
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Commence at
the SW Corner of the W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4.
of Section 31. Township 2 North. Range 11 West,
Run East 220 feet, then run North 840 feet to the
point of beginning, thence run East 100 feet.
thence North 40 feet, thence run'West 100 feet,
thence South 40 feet to Point of Beginning. The
above described land is also known as Lot 12,
Block P-10. In an unrecorded plat in Calhoun
County. Florida.

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Bloch Brothers
Corp., 30600 Telegraph Rd.. Ste 2250. Bingham
Farms, MI 48025-4532.

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

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts Land
Company. Inc.. the holder of the following certfi-
cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate number and year
of issuance, the description of the property, and
the names in which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 526 Year of Issuance: 2001
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Commence at
the SW Corer of the W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4
of Section 31, Township 2 North, Range 11 West,
Run East 220 feet, then run North 1240 feet to
the point of beginning, thence run East 100 feet,
thence North 40 feet, thence run West 100 feet.
thence South 40 feet to Point of Beginning. The
above described land is also known as Lot 2,
Block P-10. In an unrecorded plat in Calhoun
County, Florida .

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Joseph K. Williams
and Rose G. Williams, Co-Trustees and Successor
Trustees of the Joseph and Rose Williams
Revocable Living Trust .4950 Pocatella Ave., Unit
306, North Port. FL 34287
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,t
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law the property'
described in such certificate shall be SOLD to the
rdil', i ladder r itrr. C ,urtr,.ue .:.ior ..r, the 6th
da, .:iO,)cto'.r 2005 at 1.' 0 A l CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
Clerk of the Criic in .:.un .:.r
CALHOUN CCL'OUNT[,' FLORI)DA
,Aug. 10, 17. 24, 31. 2005


Legal Notice

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED"
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Betts Land
C.:-..-ripi\ in, rhi- hroldr ,f h- ,following certifl-
c ae has filed a Jd i,:ruf.:iae i, :.r a tax deed to be
I;, ue r.her'.:.n The certificate number and year
-of issuance, the description of the property, and
the names in which it was assessed are as follows:

DESCRIPTiON OF PFROPERTh' Coaumner,.C. a
the SV, C orre r :,f u-.e W i,' 2 .,.f' Pi I 4 ,:1 [-W I .' 4
rl" SecOun r 31 T.c-~,Tti-IF I'or.n rh F '. : ii \\'t.'i
Raln E5s' 220 let. u-rien runr, N.:'in.ru, 2i' fel toi he
F.p:.Lr, t i.: r.etnnhli ih'inc run Ea-irt 0Ii feel
dheri.:e N:rth 40 fer trience run W.'i_ !i:ii,0 feet
L0r-r,': 5.,uL ,[ 4'0 l-.ee' ic. Fo-,i : Begirnuing The'
above described land is-also known as Lot 28,
Block P-10. In an unrecorded plat in Calhoun
Counri Fici.n.ja
NAME IN ilHICH Ai-:.zES ED Th-i:,ms M.
Hastings anS L Q Hi-Lu-.i L i:'i :'. 5l...-r Lake
Rd..Traverse City. MI 49684

Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law the property
Jde.r'-ied in .uch certfi: ate ihall h ibe OJLD 1r.: he
rijgner Dolider it the C(Ou th.ur s ic dooi.:.r u-, e rh-
da oif Octobe-r 20:i15 it 10 1''0 A .1 CS5T
RUTH \ Ai'TA.WAY,
Clerkof the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNT .FLORIDA'-
SAug. 10, 17, 24. 31, 2005

Legal Notice
The Calho.u'n Countr SiCri,:.,:i Bford prF.upoe to
amdnd iit p:.tclie : ir the CalriurCi.:.un:ri
Schools as follows:
ADMINISTFRATTiVE PROCEDLtiRE- ACT
CA.HOuLs COuINT' H-iOLS

CHAPTER 6.00-PERSONNEL

6.13 \'eai; il' Service Defined for Administrative


and Instructional Personnel FILE NO: P 05-034 has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and year of


NONE
Addition:
6.13 Years of Service Defined for Administrative
and Instructional Personnel
3) Beginning with the 2005-2006 school year re-
employed retired instructional personnel of public
school systems may receive up to fifteen years of
prior service credit for salary purposes. They will
be employed on and always remain on annual
contract status.

Statutory Authority: F.S. 1001.41(2); 1001.42(17)
Laws Implemented: F.S. 1012.01(4); 1001.43(11);
1011..60 (3)
Economic Impact: Minimal

A hearing will be held ont he above amendment
in the Courthouse in Blountstown, Florida at the
regular School Board meeting beginning at 4:00
P.M.. C.D.T. on Tuesday. September 13. 2005.
Timothy G. Smith, Chairman
Calhoun County School Board
Attest:
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools
Aug. 17, 24, 31; Sept. 7


Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On September 9. 2005, at 10:00 a.m. (CST),
R & R Warehouses will dispose of the contents
((2) storage unit from Bristol and (13) storage
units from Blountstown at R & R Warehouses in
Blountstown at 19382 SR 20 W. .(850) 674-
5478.
The units are believed to contain household
and/or personal property of the following tenants:
Marie Kammerdiener
Bryan White
Peggy Riedel
Loraine Coxwell
Kathleen Cushman
John Swearengin
Willie Engram
Kenny Moore
Yolanda Harrison
Robin Battle
L:aVonda Harris
Chelai Kelley
Karen Zito
Voloria McCray
All units not paid in full by this date will be dis-
posed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUCTIONII
Aug. 17, 24, 2005
S ,


Legal Notice
S ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

PROJECT NAME: Blountstown WWTP Remote
Monitoring
Sealed bids. submitted in triplicate, will be
received by City of Blountstown (Owner), until
2:00 pm local time, September 13, 2005 at the
officeof:
City of Blountstown
Attention: Jimmy Hand, City Manager
20591 West Central Avenue
Blountstown. FL 32424


for the ico::ru.-uUn .:.i tr, following described
Project: Blountstown WWTP Remote Monitoring -

Plans, specifications, and contract documents
will be open to public inspection at the office list-
ed above or may be obtained from:
David H. Melvin Consulting Engineers
Attn: William C. Nobles, P.E.
4428 Lafayette Street, P.O. Box 840
Marianna, Florida 32447
850) 482-3045
upon payment of $25 per set which amount con-
'T r W p :i l'r ,,e n t vlII'n r l ti e tre 'u r d e f t ..'

TIhe Or.'ner rEeneis rxre renrt Lj J'i.e arn ail'or-
m rllrJe_ i.,: rier t e ,ri\ or all Dira s Each BijJer'
[ri:,r djep-ili v-tr hJ-f, h -r t.!,i ecruin r, he-l
--i..Ani l'lr ', rm n d .i't.-:ct t.: ,he conditions pro-
ider.- in, .r irn,:rinr,I : lo,. r BIlJder. Sureties
u-.d' I':.r :.bit3irung t-on.3, mdi jta-i apf as accept-
able according-to the Department of Treasury
Circular 570.

No bid may be withdrawn for a period of sixty
days after the scheduled closing time for receipt of
bids.
Attention of Bidders is particularly called to the
requirements as. to conditions of employment to
be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid
under the Contract. Section 3, Segregated
F ac uile Section 109 Executive Order 11246,
ard all applicable laws and regulations of the
Federal government and State of Florida, and.
bonding and insurance requirements.
. iN PAR-CiCLiLAkR BIDDERF SHOULD NOTE THE
RE.Qitl-ED ATTACHMENTS AID CERTIFICA
TrONiS TO BE EXECUTiED AJbli SiBNBMITED
ir TH THE FjORM cOF' BID PROPOSAL.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE/FAIR HOUSING
JURISDICTION
A.uu 24 31, 2005

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT FOR CALHOUN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


IN RE:
ESTATE OF MARJORIE B. TRAMMELL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Marjorie B.
Trammell, deceased File Number P05-034, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
20859 Central Avenue E.,. Room 130,
Blountstown, Florida 32424. The names and
addresses of the personal representatives and the
personal representatives' attorney are set forth
below.

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:

All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims with the Circuit
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICED OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WITH BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of the first publication of this notice is
August 24, 2005.
PARK TRAMMELL, JR.
6357 Glasglow Dr.
Tallahassee, Florida 32312
Personal Representative
ROBERT D. TRAMMELL
Post Office Box 1799
Tallahassee, Florida 32302
Personal Representative
'JEFFREY B. TRAMMELL
1519 Kingman Place,. NW
Washington, DC 20005
Personal Representative
ROBERT A. PIERCE
Florida Bar No. 0175399
Ausley & McMullen
Post Office Box 391
Tallahassee, Florida 32302
(850) 224-9115
Attorney for. Personal Representative
October 24, 31, 2005

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Tri-State
Enterprise, the holder of the following certificate NAME IN WHICH .,i5ESSED. Rud.:.Iph iRckle,.


IL NM E 3 3


24369 SR 71-N, Altha. Florida 32421.
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN.
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law the property
described in such certificate shall be SOLD to the
highest bidder at the Courthouse door on the 6th


day of October. 2005. at 10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATFAWAY.
Clerk of the Circuit Court .of
CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA
Aug. 24, 31: Sept. 7. 14. 2005


Meth cont'd


urgent medical attention,
*Creation of a. 'Victims of
Meth Labs" Trust Fund: Cleaning
up a site used as a meth lab is
expensive. Not only must the site
be cleaned but frequently the
'areas around the site must be'
decontaminated as well.
According to a report by' the
National Advisory Council on;


Chipola region


shows drop in


unemployment

FROM KENNY GRIFFIN
One Stop Career Center

Recent unemployment statis-:
tics received from the Agency for
Workforce Innovation indicates
that all 5 of the counties that
make up the Chipola Regional
Workforce Board, had a decrease
in unemployment, numbers for
July 2005.
Calhoun County was at 4.3%,
Holmes County 4.3%, Jackson
County ,4.1'o. Liberty 3.2% and
Washington 4.2%. In each case
the reduction over 'June 2005
was .5%.
Janice Sumner, Chairman of
the Workforce. Board, said she
was very pleased to see the con-
tinued growth of our local com-
panies.

S S I T D


Drug Abuse, for every pound of
meth produced, 5 to 7 pounds of
toxic materials remain. Gallagher
is recommending the creation of
a 'Victims of Meth Labs" Trust
Fund. Anyone convicted of man-
ufacturing or distributing meth
would be required to forfeit
assets to the fund.
Creation of a "Restoring
Lives" Trust Fund: To get direct
assistance to victims, including
children, Gallagher is seeking to
create a 'Restoring Lives' trust
fund using the forfeited funds.
This fund would provide match-
ing funds for private charities
and ministries that collect funds
to assist meth users and their
children.
In Holmes County. counseling
and treatment for meth addicts is
available through a faith-based
treatment program called
Countywide Anti-Substance
Abuse Effort (C.A.S.E). Gina
Prescott, a former meth addict, is
a C.A.S.E. counselor. "More than
90 percent of the people in our
jail are meth addicts," Prescott
said. "Funds for intervention and
treatment are critical to turning
a meth user's life around."
Establish a State Meth Tip
Line: Community self-policing is
one of the most important
weapons in the war on drugs.
Gallagher is proposing an anony-
mous toll-free tip line be set up
for people to call and provide
leads on meth manufacturers.
For more information on these
courses and the meth problem,
log onto http://Fvww.fldfs.com
/fightmeth. ,


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HOSCHIZAKI Ice Machines

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1850-674-:8I092 *Cell.- 573061


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I Call: (850)674-3911 or (850)67"896 1


issuance, tme escnpuon of me property, anu me
names in which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 28 Year of Issuance: 1998
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Lots 12 and 13,
in Block 6, according to Williams Addition to
Blountstown, Florida and being located in Section
28, Township 1 North, Range 8 West.

ALSO: Begin at the SW Corner of Lot 12, Block 6.
Williams Addition to Blountstown, Florida, and
run West a distance of 30 feet; thence run North
to a point due West of the NW Corner of Lot 12,
Block 6; thence-run East to the Northwest Corner
of Lot 12; thence run South back to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Lying and being in Section 28,
Township 1 North, Range 8 West.,

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Molly Glass,
-15280 SW H A Varnum Rd., Blountstown, Florida
32424.

Said Property being the'County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed-according to law the property
described in such certificate shall be SOLD to the
highest bidder at the Courthouse door on the 6th
day of October, 2005, at 10:00 A:M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
Clerk of the' Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Aug. 24, 31; Sept. 7, 14, 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 description of the property, and
the names in which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 188 Year of Issuance: 2002
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Tract No. 12, of
Circle M. Ranch, being more particularly
.3:i:..i ','l :.= E' li.r. ii .i.: IT.:.rft.. lst C.:.r.i :r of
Sl: r,-. ....l u~u rr.,:r.: i ij.'.rH. 3:i l ju -h.. .:.I m .'=,:.:-.i

-*,i l.i [li ,: r r.:r .. J ut.n _- r i'. _* i-et to
Marianna & Blountstown Railroad Right of Way,
thence in 'a Southeasterly direction 1125.9 feet
along the' Right of :Way of Marianna &
Blountstown Railroad; r-. r,.: r- n E .;1 4'- feet;
tr.,n..- [.rh ,:,iri2 Jrir :I \\'i, '-'a'1 I :r r.:, Point
.o" E.-irr--L- i.,,r :1 .:.r bi.raI .i i I: acres, more or
.]e ,- L i inr.t c.ir, itr, 5' .: ,.' : 3 Township 1
North, Range 9 West.


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The County Record, AUGUST24,.2005, Page 12
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Deadline

I Monday Noon


___ Fahx:, 674-5 08


classifieds@thecountyrecord.net


CARS & TRUCKS
Kia Sephia. 1996 5.spd., 4 dr. A/C, 30 to
' 5 mog great condition, clean, $1,800.
Small 574-7572.
SFord Windstar, 2000, 7 passengers, 5
doors 60,000 miles, dual air, power win-
dows and locks, keyless entry, CD player,
$8.000 OBO Call 674-9175.
Chevy, 1957, straight 6, 3 speed on col-
umn, 4 dr., new tires and wheels, good
"ody needs some work. $6,000 or make
an offer. Call 643-7131.
SMazda 626 LX, 2001, V-6, sunroof
r/spoiler Call after 6 p.m., 674-8888.
SMazda B2300, 2003, 12,000 miles,:
Wonder warranty, $11,200 OBO. Call 674-
5011.,
Lincoln Towncar, 1990, runs good,
looks good, $1200 firm. Call 674-9392.
Grand Am, 1996, spoiler, AM/FM.,PB,
PS. A/C, 4 dr, red, $3900. Call 674-4223
after 5 p.m.
WarI :.i i lesexelrlesePi: ]iM [


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7" lift, 38x1/2 mud tries, freshly rebuilt
351 winsor motor with high performance
parts rebuilt automatic transmission with
4:11 gears with a locker, very nice, asking
$4,000.. Call 674-4689 after 6:30 p.m..
*Suzuki Samurai, 1986. 4x4, rebuilt:
motor, good gas mileage, around 27
mpg, asking $2,500.. Call 674-4689 after
6:30 p.m.
Mazda, 1988, extended cab, 5 spd with
camper, shell, needs motor work
(smokes), asking $300. Call 674-4689
after 6:30 p.m.

SFOR RENT
For rent 2 bdr trailers semi-furnished.
no pets. 674-4011.,
House for rent, 2 bdr, 1 -12. baths,
15496 NW Chipola St.. Altha $450/mo.
Call 850-867-0722
RV trailers for rent $75 $80 week
most utilities furnished; 2 bdr trailers
when available Call 674-4011.
Small house for rent along Elilan Morris
Rd. Blountstown. CH/A, ideal as a
starter home. Deposit plus $400 per
month. Call 674-8628.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or factory
refurbished computers, Monitors, Inkjet &
Laser Printers CD's, CD-RW. CD Drives,
Zip Drives, SparO Drive and Software
Call Russell A Peterson at (350) 674-
2958, 17785 Crozier St., Blountstown. E-
mail russellp @digitalExpt.Com.


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CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL

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

Submit applications to:
Calhoun Liberty Hospital

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


Happy Jack Kennel Dip II: treats fleas,'
ticks, mange, stop scratching & gnawing
without steroids. Contains NO solvent.
Biodegradable! ALTHA FARMERS'
COOP, 762-8749.
www happyjackinc.com
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted
chin 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. Beautiful cher-
ry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King
sleigh bed, 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. Brand
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879.
6 pc. full/queen bedroom set New in
boxes, sacrifice $550 850-222-7783.
Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty. $150. 350-
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.
.df~l~ ria'gesshair,'.,4-l,4' pneumat-
Ic seat height adiustrent. 3601 swivel
and tilt control $25 Call 674-8767
Umbrella baby stroller, regular stroller,
baby carrier, Brother sewing machine.
wedding dress, size 11/12 with acces-
sories; 2 leather jackets, 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.

FREE PETS
Puppies. 8 weeks old, free to a good
home. Call 674-8681.
Adorable sweet kitty cat Female about


Blountstown Health
& Rehabilitation
Center
16690 SW Chipola Rd.
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4311

POSITIONS AVAILABLE
FOR WEEKEND CNAs
ALL SHIFTS
$12. 00 PER HOUR

PICK UP APPLICATION AT
FRONT DESK

ACROSS FROM THE
PIGGLY WIGGLY




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.


July 27 Aug 3 10 17 2005


11-12 weeks old. Flea-free and litter box
trained. Free to a good home. Call 674-
1077, all messages will be returned.

HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED IOW!
No experience required CDL Training is
now available in your area Covenant
Transport has immediate openings for
entry-level semi drivers Our avg Drivers
earn more than $36K first year OTR
Regional runs get you home weekly
Train for top pay -call Today 1-866-280-
5309.
Live-In housekeeper needed trans-
portation provided, salary negotiable
Located Kinard area Call 850-867-0722
A new contemporary church seeking
keyboard player and drummer. For info
contact Pastor Jason Lowrey at 832-0156
or 639-2054.
Kitchen help needed Apply in person
at the Cow Palace in Altha.

HOMES 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




TERRY

ENTERPRISES
BACKHOE&DUMPtRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK& WOOD FENCES
PONDS '.
Licensed and Insured.
Call far FREE.Estimptes. .
SWe Accept MajrirCeiat '
MOBIL-E:' B5(114 14 .,, ;:


M&W Self Storage

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


John
"Handy" Mann
Home Improvements
"Roof to floor and
so much more"
Repair Remodel Install Painting
Pressure Wash n Drywall Concrete
Cell: 447-0810
447-1296
(850)674-6410
6 Y'easr EpoIlebre Llnersed & Insured


Iaeve of Dead Laks -


bi/2bo mh on a beautiful corner lot with waler view ol the Vead Lakes. Access to ool landing ailenly across Iffr
loperty No flood insurance lequned. Greal weekend ielieal or inveslmenl properly Sl 59,000


LIVESTOCK
Jersey milk cow, $800 OBO. Call 482-
6127
Registered Paint Stallion 5 yrs old.
good conformation and pedigree Rides
good! For more information, please call
674-7995.

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 wall'-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

REAL ESTATE
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
Bfountstown and Altha Land cleared and
can be used as rental or 2 building lots
$32.000 Call 674-9175

WANTED
Wanted 3 bdr house or trailer to rent in
Altha. Call Pat Hunt at 762-4186 or 762-
9678.

YARD SALES
Yard sale, Sat, Aug. 27th on Hwy 69N.
3 houses from Civic Center. 7.00 until.
Baby clothes and misc items. Call 674-
8616


Moving sale Sat.. Sept. 3 from 8:00 until
5:00 at 30936 NE Cedar St in Pine
Island. Clothing, furniture-and lots more.
Call 674-2855
Yard sale, Sat. 8 a.m until 12 p.m.,
20048 SW Sherry Avenue. Blountstown



FOR RENT

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

(S1tton Creek Afaamei.
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDDI1TY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


SUTTON CREEK
APARTMENTS
16978 N.W. Mayo St.
Blountstown, FL
674-4202
Immediate
occupancy
available on a 3
bedroom unit.
Rental assistance.
Equal Housing Opportunity


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Interim -

HealthCare

has immediate openings
for RN-On Call to do
admissions and PRN
visits in Jackson, Holmes,
Washington, & Calhoun
Counties
Also:
HHA/CNA in Sneads
area, moves to Marianna
On the gi-U;
week, and PRN visits
Call482-2770 or -
1-800-917-9394
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Aug. 24 31j 5O


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

l, ase. ppI- -Y at-.,.

15888 SW Silas Green Road
Blountstown, FL

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at

800-847-6422


*


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 674-5464.
Lug. 17, 2005


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County of Calhoun. State.of Florida, met
in Regular Session on Tuesday, July 12,
2005 at 6:00 P.M at the City Council
meeting room with the following members
of the City Council present: Mayor Pro-


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Paraprofessional
Terms of Employment: '180 days
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
Applicant Qualifications: Must meet all District, State, and
Federal Requirements for Highly Qualified Paraprofessional
"* Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
of Schools located in the Courthouse or the office at
Blountstown Middle School. Completed applications should be
returned-to the School Board office by 12:00 noon, August 26,
2005. "
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Blountstown Middle School or the School Board Office.
Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to
Mrs. Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Mike Johnson,
Principal. .
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
'* ,. Equal Opportunity Employer '
-u,:)u '- ', "


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Custodian, Blountstown High School

Terms of Employment: 12 months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
Experience
Applicant Qualifications: High School Diploma and current
valid bus drivers license.
Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by August 31, 2005, 12:00.
Noon (CDT).
Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Keith Summers,.
Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race.
?religion, sex, age, nationkfirigif, handicap bri marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
Augun~ 2-1 2'0


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

LUNCHROOM WORKER
Blountstown Elementary School

Terms of Employment: 180 days/2 hours per day
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule, and
Experience.
Applicant Qualifications: Previous work experience in food
services is desirable.
Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by August 29, 2005, 12:00
Noon.
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Blountstown Elementary School or the School Board Office
Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mrs. Vicki Davis. Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex. age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
Augu-I n' 2,',05


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

TMH Para-Professional Aide

*Terms of Employment: 10 months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
Experience
*Applicant Qualifications: Highly Qualified
*Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by August 24, 2005, 12:00
Noon (CDT).


Blountstown City Courcil
Regular Session Minutes
July 12, 2005, 6 p.m..
The City Council, City of Blountstown,


Temp Steve Bailey, Councilwoman Janie
Boyd, Councilman Clifford Jackson, and
Councilman John Tomlinson. Mayor
Deason was not present.
Also present were Police Chief Glenn
Kimbrel and City Attorney David House.
SCity Manager/Engineer Jimmy Hand was
not present.
Others present included Cissy
Barfield, Harry Hagan, Ben Hall, Rodney
Smith, Tony Shoemake, Jessie Ehrich,
Bret Hammond,. Fred Tanner, Dowling
Parrish,. Patricia Barclay,. Kim Tanner,
Archie Faircloth, Bobby Clark, Jonathan
Kimbrel, Dwight Van Lierop, Marc
Tomlinson, and Cathy Bess.
Mayor Pro-Temp Bailey called the
meeting to order at 6.00 PM.
Councilman Tomlinson led the invoca-
tion and Councilwoman Boyd, led the
Pledge ol Allegiance
The -ollowing minutes were presented
to the Cbuncil for their approval. Regular
Session June 14, 2005 and Special
Session June 28, 2005.. Councilman
Tomlinson made a motion to accept the '
minutes as presented Councilwoman:
Boyd seconded the motion The motion
carried
re'd was the discussion of monthly
bills through June 30 2005 Councilman
Tomlinson made a motion to pay the
monthly bills Councilman Jackson sec-
onded the motion The motion carried.
The Mayor Pro-temp opened me
agenda for additional business The fol-
lowing individuals were added' Harry
Magan, Pal Barclay Bobby Clark and
Nora D Cruz
The first item on the Agenda was the
FG u Natural Gas Pricing/Winter
Hedging II was the consensus ol the
Council to table this item until the August
regular Council meeting
Next. was discussion about the park
benches on the D O.T. right of way Kim
Tanner briefly informed the Council on
information she received from DOT
stating that someone from the City gave
the company permission to put those
benches on the sidewalk The City
Attorney requested the City
Administration to get the contact number
off the advertisement benches and name
of the companylsi that are advertising on
the benches, so he can contact the com-
pany(sl This item will be addressed
again at he August regular Council meet-
ing
The City Anorney updated the Council
on the Animal Control Ordinance The
City Attorney is reviewing animal control
ordinances from Leon County and Bay
County The City Attorney requested the
Council allow him time to carefully review
the ordinances and make a recommen-
dation on what he thinks would be best
for the City.
Kir Tanner informed the Council that'
the City was awarded the money for the
two 12) FRDAP Grants The total award-
ed grant was $400,000 00, which will be
used to fund the Greenway Bike Trail
Mrs Tanner informed ihe Council that Mr
Hand had contacted Representative
Coley's office and Senator Lawson's
office to see iI they would make the grant
award presentation. After a brief discus-
i: -n Counr..,ilTmr, T.:.,-ir,_.:,n m.die, a
moiionto hold' 'a teremonial dinnernin
horior'o0 the awarded FRDAP Grarnts.
City Hall will plan the dinner and the
Police Department will cook for the din-
ner Councilwoman Boyd seconded the
motion The motion carried The Council
agreed to spend $2.000 00 on the dinner
Next, was the bid opening for health
insurance quotes. The City Attorney rec-
ommended giving all bids to the City Hall
Finance Department and allow them to
review the bid packages and bring it back
for review at the August City Council
meeting. Councilman Tomlinson made a
motion to follow the Attorney's recorm-
mendation. Councilman Jackson sec-
onded the motion The motion carried
The Council discussed the trim
Itmelable budget for fiscal year 05-06
Kim Tanner stated that if there are any
conflicts with the schedule. to please let
her dnow Mrs Tanner also stated that
the budget will be addressed at the
August meeting If there is anything that
needs to be in ihe budget please let her
know.
Marc Tomlinson and Harry Hagan
updated the Council on ihe Greenway


project.
Next on the agenda was the
E.A.R./Comp. Plan. This item was tabled
until the August meeting because Mr.
Tony Arrant was not present.
Next, was the first reading of
Ordinance 2005-04 (annexation of
Sulewski and Kingdom Hall) and2005-05
(annexation of Dr. Farouqui). The City
Attorney requested to table the 1st read-
ing of these ordinances until the August
Council meeting.
The Building Inspector, Dowling
Parridh reported that he had sold 11 per-.
mits within the City for in a total of,
$832.22 for the month of June.
Ben Hall briefly updated the Council
on Code Enforcement within the City. Mr
Hall stated that we are waiting to find out
who the new hearing officer is due to the
fact the one in ihe City Ordinance is no
longer the nearing officer Mr Hall will
meet with the City Attorney regarding a
hearing officer
The Council reviewed a lerler Irom
DO T. offering grant workshops. After a
briel discussion it was the consensus of
the Council not to send anyone to the
workshops.
Mr Harry Hagan addressed the
Council requesting the City to reapply for
the Florida Trust Grant (Abitibi property).
After a brief discussion, Councilman
Tomlinson made a motion to move lor-
ward with reapplying lor the grant
Councilwoman Boyd seconded the
motion The motion carried.
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City Minutes


Next, Mrs. Patricia Barclay addressed
.the Couricil concerning the grass on the
D.O.T. right of way in front of her house.
Mrs.. Barclay would like the City to cut the
grass that's on the D.O.T. right of way.
After a brief discussion, it was the con-
sensus of the Council for the City inmate
crews to make sure the grass stay cut
along the D.O.T. right of way on Hwy 71
and Hwy 20.
SBobby Clark addressed the Council
on behalf of the Calhoun County
Firefighters Association requesting per-
mission to place an antenna and back-up
iepeater on the City tower. After a brief
discussion, Councilman Jackson made a
motion to allow the Calhoun County
Firefighters Association to place an
-:antenna and back-up repeater on the City
Shower. Councilwoman Boyd seconded
,the motion. The motion carried.
SNora D'Cruz addressed the Council
Srquesting to have City Sewer'and Water.
After a brief discussion, the Building
Inspector informed the Council that he
could not approve the trailers to be
;hooked up because the trailers are .too
old and she does not have a permit for
*the trailers to be there.
S .-Councilman Jackson requested the
Assistant City Manager Marc Toml;nson,
So look into a complaint of low water pres-
"sure on Ridge Ave at Mr Brigham's resi-
dence 'Mr.- Tomlinson informed
.Councilman Jackson that-a work order
iill be prepared
Councilman Tomlinson requested that
the City get bid proposals on liability and
property coverage. Aher a brief discus-
sion, it was the consensus of the Council
to get proposals on the liability and prop-
erty coverage.
Councilman Bailey requested to.


receive bids on the purchase of
gas/diesel. After a brief discussion, it was
the consensus of the Council to bid out
the gas and diesel for the City. of
Blountstown.
Tony Shoemake addressed the
Council concerning the old Piggly Wiggly
parking lot. Mr. Shoemake is requesting
the City fix the parking lot and restripe it.
After a brief discussion, the Council
instructed City Hall to look for a lease
agreement between the Piggly Wiggly
and the City of Blountstown. This item
will be addressed at.the August City
Council meeting.

Next, was a discussion concerning
the building of anew Police Department.
There were several ideas from the
Council and from the audience. There
was a lengthy discussion on building a
Police Department/City Hall. Concerns
'where stated that a Police
Department/City Hall could not be built
together due to personality conflicts.
Chief Kimbrel stated that he does rot.
have a conflict with the City
Manager/Engineer and he asked that this.
be pul into the record Dwight Van Lierop
discussed the possibility of selling his.
property located by the old Piggly Wiggly
parking lot on Central Ave East for a sull-
able location Dwight is supposed to
make an offer by the August meeting. It
Wias the consensus of the Council to table
this item until the August City Council,
meeting.
There being no further business, the
meeting adjourned at 8-30 p m

BY- R.W. Deason, Mayor
ATTEST Jimmy Hand, City
Manager/Engineer


ORDINANCE NOTICE *

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ORDINANCE NO. 2005-05 OF THE CITY OF
BLOUNTSTOWN. AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED. AN ORDINANCE
ANNEXING TO THE MUNICIPAL LIMITS OF THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN,
FLORIDA. CERTAIN UNINCORPORATED LANDS IN CALHOUN COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING THE BOUNDARIES TO INCLUDE SAID LANDS;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE CITY COUNCIL. CITY
OF BLOUNTSTQWN. FOR SECOND AND FINAL HEARING AT THE REGULAR
CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD TUESDAY. THE 13lh DAY OF
SEPTEMBER. 2005 AT 6:00 PM IN THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING ROOM AT
17262 NW ANGLE STREET, BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424.

INTERESTED PARTIES NLIY READ ORDINANCE 2005-05 IN ITS ENTIRETY.
INCLUDING COMPLETE DESCRIPTIONS OF THE PARCEL TO BE ANNEXED,
AS SHOWN BELOW, AT CITY HALL. 20591 CENTRAL AVE WEST,
BLOUNTSTOWN. FL DURING REGULAR OFFICE HOURS OF 7AM TO 4PM.
M-F, EXCEPT HOLIDAYS.


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SThe Bl6uritsfoutn Liorns ib held their regular meeting
on August-22 -a tbhie;pala ie e.Rstauirnt irt Bristol IP
.President Steve Warren pie.idi-g;,- .- -


Allegiance-. .;: ..*B 1
Guest Speker. Blbofstown; olice' Chief Glenm Kimdbrel
gave an interesting t ibbouthe polee department. ChiefB
Kimbrel inforrne the roup bout the .orgar ization: th
duties they have and the programs they ha'e to reach outr
fo the youJthsf our area. Those present eaire abay-fee- P -g
-veay -proud of.their'police departomeri.t. '.- j i F *i
After a-.business sessiori and a great 'dinner served by. l '-.
Sthe restaurant the Teting ws a-djoutried. t :".' -
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S, WARRE (ri ht) ha I k s.9N town Rl Chife '"
m Abf~bi4 (rlighf) r tins BIdtul etin ogMnnf iflenn;
rn. ibrel .r.'presentation.dt .- irrT ,ieeingM. M nday nlg.it. -. .
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h ae Wrtff ,ii;'): -m.~egi f:


ORDINANCE NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ORDINANCE NO. 2005-06 OF THE CITY OF
BLOUNTSTOWN. AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN ORDINANCE
ANNEXING TO THE MUNICIPAL L LIMITS OF THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN.
FLORIDA. CERTAIN UNINCORPORATED LANDS IN CALHOUN COUNTY,
FLORIDA: AMENDING THE BOUNDARIES TO INCLUDE SAID LANDS;
REPEAlING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWTiH; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE CITY COUNCIL. CITY
OF BLOUNTSTOWN, FOR SECOND AND FINAL HEARING AT THE REGULAR
CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD TUESDAY, THE 13th DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, 2005 AT 6:00 PM IN THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING ROOM AT
17262 NW ANGLE STREET, BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424.

INTERESTED PARTIES MAY READ ORDINANCE 2005-06 IN ITS ENTIRETY,
INCLUDING COMPLETE DESCRIPTIONS OF THE PARCEL TO BE ANNEXED,
AS SHOWN BELOW, AT CITY HALL, 20591 CENTRAL AVE WEST,
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL DURING REGULAR OFFICE HOURS OF 7AM TO 4PM,
Ml-F, EXCEPT HOLIDAYS.


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ORDINANCE NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ORDINANCE NO. 2005-04 OF THE CITY OF
BLOUNTSTOWN. AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED- AN ORDINANCE
ANNEXING TO THE MUNICIPAL LIMITS OF THE CITY OF B.OUNTSTOWN.
FLORIDA, CERTAIN UNINCORPORATED LANDS IN CALHOUN COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING THE BOUNDARIES TO INCLUDE SAID LANDS:
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH, AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE CITY COUNCIL, CITY
OF BLOUNTSTOWN, FOR SECOND AND FINAL HEARING AT THE REGULAR
CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD TUESDAY, THE 13th DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, 2005 AT 6:00 PM IN THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING ROOM AT
17262 NW ANGLE STREET, BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424

INTERESTED PARTIES ML4Y READ ORDINANCE 2005-04 IN ITS ENTIRETY,
INCLUDING COMPLETE DESCRIPTIONS OF THE PARCEL TO BE ANNEXED,
AS SHOWN BELOW, AT CITY HALL, 20591 CENTRAL AVE WEST.
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL DURING REGULAR OFFICE HOURS OF 7AM TO 4PM,
M-F, EXCEPT HOLIDAYS.



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