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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Calhoun -- Blountstown
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2005 E 99th Year, No. 1- BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS


(Including Tax)


YOU CAN HELP

Several ways

to reach out

to evacuees
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Hurricane Katrnna may have
hit the Gulf Coast, but it's united
a nation as people across the
country pull together to help
thousands in need. Here in
Calhoun and Liberty counties.
locals are giving time. money.
*labor, and love to our neighbors
:in Mississippi and Louisiana.
Over the weekend, Marilyn
Russell, Director of the Calhoun
County Senior Citizens
Association, along with her hus-
band. John. and two drivers from
her agency, Isaiah Da\is and
-Marty Webb. headed for the
impacted region prepared to
drive evacuees from New Orleans
to nearby shelters. They went at
:the request of the Trumpet tour
:bus company, but when they
arrived, learned they wouldn't be
moving evacuees since Trumpet
didn't have the contract for the
job. "Trumpet had piles of buses
and could have went in and
helped. but they told them no."
says Marilyn.
Nevertheless. the Blountstown
:crew found a way to help out in
-Biloxi and Pascagoula. "We
:moved some of the workers try-
ing to restore power," Marilyn
reports. "They worked like 18
ih hours a day. There were about
SSee KATRINA, page 2



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by a crew frorr Colioun County Sr Citizens ana Transit Service, including Marilyn Russell, Isaiah Daois. and Marty Webb (all pictured above).
,.nho volunteered in Mvississippr over the weekend Not pictured is Marilyn's husband John Russell wNro olso served on the trip.

IN THE MONEY



REAL ESTAm MAKT SOARS


BY KEU PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun Count's real estate
market is skyrocketing, reaching
heights never seen in this conmmuni-
ty.
"'The trends, basically, are even
week we get deeds with higher
prices." says Terry Stone. Calhoun
County's Property Appraiser. who is
amazed at the local market. "All
property and houses have increased
25 to 30 percent since last year. in
some cases land is twice as high as
it was last \ear. We have property on
the river going up 50 to 100 percent."
Real estate is a hot topic across
the country and Florida is among the
top markets. Will the trend end? "\We
don't see it stopping at this point-
savs Stone. "But most people com-
ment to us that we're cheaper than
most places in the state still. It's been
pretty remarkable."
Browsing on the Calhotu Cotnty,
Property Appraiser website. it's easy
to see what Stone is talking about.
One neighborhood that presents a
good example of how home valuess


are escalating is Live Oak Heights oil
Roy Colden Road in Blountstown.
For instance. a home that was pur-
chased for S132,500 in 2001 sold
this year for 8215,000. Another
house in the same neighborhood
\was purchased for S76.900 in 1996.
Three months ago. it sold for
8160.000.
In the Calhoun County Building
Inspector's Office. Dowling Parrish is
experiencing a much heavier work-
load as new home construction is
also on the rise. his is the most
houses I've ever had going at the
same time." he tells The Cotuniy
RecorL noting that there are proba-
bly 10 homes under construction
right now. "I've sold probably
S20.000 more in permit fees from
October until now than I did for the
entire previous year."
Stones says anyone considering
building a new home should keep in
mind that the taxes could be higher
than they might be expecting. "he
market is so high. we have to assess
them at what they could appraise


See REAL ESTATE, page 2


Toothy Grin

Young Brenton Lindsey takes a look inside this
big gator's mouth after he and several others
bagged the beast Sunday on the Apalachicola
River. Brenton, along'with. Andy Bailey, Evan Purvis,
and Jeff O'Bryan, who had the harvest permit, as
well as David House, Burke Hayes and John David
House, caught the 11 foot alligator during a hunt-
ing trip, Although they were armed and ready
with a bow and arrow, the gator actually
drowned after getting tangled on the bottom of
the river. For a look at this gator's massive size, turn
to page 6 of this issue.


MOM & SON ARRESTED


Meth lab

discovered


in Lambert

Street home
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A mother and her son were
arrested Friday after a meth lab
was discovered in their Lambert
Street home in Blountstown.
William Shane Black, 33, has
been charged with possession of
meth. manufacture of meth,
possession of drug parapherna-
lia, resisting arrest without vio-
lence. and violation of probation.
His mother, Linda Sable, 53, is
charged with possession and
manufactureof meth, along with
possession of drug parapherna-
lia.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office;. the case,
began Friday afternoon when
Maj. Roman Wood went to
Sable's home at 20560 NE
Lambert Street to take Black
into custody on several out-
standing warrants for violation
of community control and proba-
tion. Black fled on foot and a
short chase ensued around the
neighborhood before he was
apprehended.
Inv. Michael Bryant, who had
received information that Black
and Sable were operating a clan-
destine methamphetamine lab at
their residence, responded at the
sc-ner .rud received pIrmiission
from Sable to conduct a'search.
He was assisted in the search by
Deputies Eddie Dalton and Mark
Mallory.
.Upon entering at the front
door, Inv. Bryant immediately
detected an' odor emitted from
the combination of red phospho-
rus and some source of flamma-
ble liquid used in the manufac-
ture of meth. He followed the
odor to a bedroom and asked
Sable who it belonged to. She
reportedly stated it was her bed-
room. However, alter investiga-
tors went into the room and.
located items that appeared to
be part of a meth lab, Sable
reportedly stated she hadn't
slept in the room for some time.
Discovered in the bedroom
were:
Several plastic containers
(cut in half for utilizing the top
half as a filter with toilet paper
arid Q-tips) that field tested pos-
itive for ephedrine. an essential
element in the production of
meth
A plastic straw that field
tested positive formeth
m A one liter Coke bottle con-
taining match striker plates, a
common source of red phospho-
rus, that had been soaked in a
Ilammable liquid
A hot plate
*i A red container with red-
phosphorus
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 7,, 2005, Page 2


Katrina


1000 workers with the power
companies so we just took them
to the sites where they worked
since they couldn't get in with all
their trucks. They cam6 all the
way from Connecticut, Kentucky,
and Indiana."
In between driving the power
workers, Marilyn and her group
decided to park their bus beside
the road and help anyone that
stopped by. "We found a housing
project where people didn't leave
and they were without food. We
had beanie weanies and water
and oatmeal cakes under the bus
we gave them," says Marilyn.
"You would have thought we gave
them a buffet dinner they were
so hungry."
Several area churches are also
volunteering in the disaster area.
Steve Bailey and Tommy Duggar
of RiverTown Community
Church in Blountstown loaded a
trailer Sunday and headed for
Mississippi. They were followed
Tuesday -by Dan Yoder and Mike
Stevens.
Over in Liberty County, about
20 members of the Church of
SJesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
in Bristol joined a crew of 200
men from churches around the
region early Saturday, bound for
'.Mississippi and loaded with
chainsaws to help clear debris.
According to Kay Wahlquist of
Bristol, her grandson, Page,
along with Rick Johnson, were
among those who went Saturday,
while another group, including
Justin and Lamar Ford, headed
out Sunday.
"Our family got up a whole
pickup truckload," says,
Wahlquist. "We just started tak-
ing food off our shelves."
Gwen and Andy Proper of
Blountstown opened their home
to her cousins, from the New
Orleans area who are now home-
less. Tamarah Rasmussen, a dis-
patcher at the Calhoun County
Sheriffs Office, spent the week-
end at a Red Cross shelter in
Tallahassee. She plans to.work"
another shelter this weekend.
And the .list goes on and on of
people who have given so gener-
ously to help others.
If you'd like to get involved,
there are several ways to help.
Here are a few: -
A group of citizens and,
businesses from Calhoun and
Liberty counties are collecting
items and cash donation- to be
deli-ered to the disaster .areas
Supplies needed include non-
perishable food. baby food,
water, wet \\ipes. antibacterial
gel. paper towels. diapers. mos-
quito repellent, and medical sup-
plies such as Band-aids and
Neosponn. Cards of encourage-
ment and support are also wel-
come. Drop off locations include
Harvey's. Piggly Wiggly. Children
and Families Office in
Blountstown. Emergvstat,
Calhoun County Sheriffs Office.
Liberty County Sheriffs Office.
Bristol Assembly of God. and
Calhoun and Liberty county


health departments. Volunteers
are needed to pick up items and
bring to the storage site. For
more information, call Eric
Bryant at 850/322-5226, Judy
Hall at 643-4639, the Liberty
County Sheriffs Office at 643-
2235, or Tamarah Rasmussen at
643-6900.
Monetary donations are
being accepted at Wakulla
Bank inside the Ramsey Piggly
Wiggly. Make checks payable to
the Calhoun-Liberty Katrina
Relief Movement.
The Liberty County
Sheriff's Office will hold a
chicken pilaf cookoff on Sept.
16 starting at 11 a.m. EST.
Plates are $5 each and large
orders can be delivered. All pro-
ceeds will go to the American Red
Cross.
St. Paul AME Church in
Blountstown is accepting mate-
rial donations for hurricane vic-
tims. Items needed are diapers,
Depends, bleach, toilet paper,
and water. Bring items to St.
Paul AME Church at 16076 SE
River Street on Friday, Sept. 9
between noon and 5 p.m. and on
Saturday; Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. For more information.
contact Laura Moore at 674-
2164, Johimie Whitley at 674-
8799, or St. Paul AME at 674-
8706.
Parthenon Healthcare in
Blountstown is accepting cash
donations and gas cards for hur-
ricane victims from Sept. 7-21.
Stop by Parthenon on Crozier
Street (across from the hospital
or call Nina Neel at 674-5464.
Regions Bank in
Blountstown is accepting dona-
tions for the American Red
Cross. A fund has been estab-
lished at Regions and donors \ill
be given a receipt for tax
deductible contributions.
*The Calhoun County Public
Library on North Pear Street in
Blountstown is excepting mone-
tary donations for the American
Red Cross.
u'WPGX FOX 28, and Arrow
95.9 and Home. Depot in
Panama City will be having a
fund raiser Saturday, September
10, from 1.1 am to 2:30 pm. They
will be serving lunch for ,5.00 a
plate and all proceeds will be
given to the Red Cross. There will
be a..big bounce castle for the
kids to play on and Arrow will be
there for a live remove. They \will
have tables and chairs as -\'ell as
tents so folks can eat in comfort.
American Red Cross:
Ihttp:// www.redcross.org) 1-
800-435-7669 or 1-800-HELP-
NOW.
America's Second Harvest:
(http: // vi-w .secondharvest.org/
I for hunger relief. 1-800-344-
8070. .
Catholic Charities:
(http:///www. catholicchart-
tiesusa.org/) (800) 919-9338.
Church World Services:
(http://www'.ch urchw1orldser-
\ice.org 1-800-297-1516.
Network for Good:


(http://\www networkforgood.org
) provides easy access for dona-
tions to a number of charities
including the Humane Society of
America (for pets,) and various
chapters of the United Way in
Florida and Louisiana.
Salvation Army:
(http://www.s-alv-ationarmvusa.o
rg/)
i Feed. the Children:
(http://ww\ .feedthechildren.org
/) 800-525-7575.
Operation Blessing:
(http://'www. operationbless-
ine.org.l for hunger relief. 800-
730-2537.,
United Methodist


Committee on Relief:
(http://www.umcor.org/) 800-
554-8583.
i Noah's Wish:
(http://www.noahswish.org/-)
Rescue and shelter for animals
during disasters. Send checks to
Noah's Wish, P.O. Box 997,
Placerville. Calif. 95667, 530-
622-9313.
a* Convoy of Hope:
(http:/./ww. conovoyfhope org/)
General disaster relief. 417-823-
8998.
.* Samaritan's Purse:
,( h t t p : / / w w w
samaritanspurse.ore/) General
disaster relief. 800-567-81lS3.


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the house for and their taxes are
greatly increased. A lot of people aire
having sticker shock. People in home-
steads are capped it only can go up
at three percent. but when they sell
their house, and build a new house. it
blo\\s their mind."
To check out tde local market.


with details on what homes and land
are selling for. go to the Calhoun
County Property Appraiser's office
website at httpi//www.
qpublic.net/calhoun/ and click on an
item on the left side. The C'outuy
Record utilized the sales list for this
article.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 7, 2005, Page 3


Five Calhoun, Liberty schools among recipients of..




Funds for achievement


Governor Jeb Bush and state
education officials have
announced $134 million in fund-
ing to 1,502 Florida schools -
including some in Calhoun and
Liberty counties in recognition
of academic achievement and
significant improvement for
school year 2004-05.
Under the A+ School


,Robert (Bobby) D; Murray and Shaleen L. Cauley


Cauley, Murray wi]



speak vows Sept. 1

Robert (Bobby) D: Murray and Charles and Phyllis Caul
Shaleen L. Cauley are proud to Altha.
announce their upcoming wed-
J ding on Friday, September 16, The ceremony is planned
2005. September 16, at 7:00 pn.
S Bobby is the son of Kenny and Glory' Hill Holiness Chur
Beth Murray of Greensboro. miles north of Clarksville.
Shaleen is ,the daughter of H\wy. 73. All family and fr
Elsie Caulev of Blountstown, and are invited.

I NEWS & EVENTS from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commer
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By Jessie M. Ehrich
Staff Assistant
Membership Meeting
': At the- Chamber's .regular
imenibership meeting .on
Thursday, September 15th at'
noon CST, Richard .Williams
S-(Executive Director) and Kenny
Griffin (Business Services), of the
Chipola Regional Workforce
SDevelopment Board, will host a
presentation about the Workforce
J Training, Grant that, tLiir agency.v
recently received.
Richard Williams is a member
Sof the Calhoun County Chamber
i of Commerce. and Kenny is a
member of the Board of Directors
of the Calhoun County Chamber
of Commerce.
The Chipola Regional
-Workforce Development Board
provides integrated high-quality
Resources so workers. job seek-
ers and businesses can find the
services they need in a one stop
Environment. One-Stop Ahead
provides the public sector with
job search services, career
enhancement sen-ices, sources
Sfor funding and assistance to
employers to promote economic
Development. FREE senices are
designed to help businesses find
qualified workers and help job
seekers obtain employment and
training senices to advance their
careers. Whether you are a dislo-


cated worker or in need: of c
advancement training, h
trained staff and modern
ties can help you achieve
personal career goals. Vis
Chipola One-Stop web sit
www.ronestopahead.com
SDon't miss this opportun
learn how this grant can ap
your business! Calhoun Co
Senior Citizens is preparing
following lunch; please cc
Debbie (674-4163) to
re.seirationrs: .,
Cubed S.teak
Mashed Potatoes & Gra\
Cream Corn
S. Turnips
Cornbread '
Strawberry Shortcake
Iced'Tea. Water. and Cofl
Meeting Reminders
SDon't forget that the re
meeting of the Board of Dir
of the Calhoun County Cha
of Commerce is on Thur
September 8th at noon
Those Board of Directors.
have not contacted the Cha
and are able to attend, are
to RSVP immediately.
Due to the Labor Day Ho
SMain Street is meeting
Monday. September 12th at
CST in the Chamber's but
Visitors and new member
welcome. Please remelmb
bring a bag lunch.


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The'first Exceptional Student
Education (ESE) Parent Advisory
Council Meeting for the 2005-06
school year is scheduled for
Monday, September 12, at 5:00
p.m. The meeting will be held at
Blountstown Elementary School
in the media center.
The purpose of the ESE Parent
Advisory Council 'is to provide
an opportunity for parents,
teachers, and school district staff
to meet in order to discuss
issues of interest and/or con-
cerns pertaining for ,to
Exceptional Student Education.
Our first meeting will address
organizational plans for the

Bonnie Cook,

Ronnie Taylor


to wed Dec. 1
Bonnie 'Marie Cook of,
: Blountsto\,n and RonnieEugene
ce Taylor of Blountsto\,vn are proud
toannounce their upcoming
Marriage on December 1. 2005.
Bonnie is the' daughter of,
RudV Smola and the late Dorothy
careerr Smola of Clarksville.
ignly Ron is thie son' of Linda Lynn
facilh- Cooper and Robert Taylor. of
.your Blountstown. Grandparents are
it the Barna Lee Cooper and the late
e at: James Albert Cooper :of
Blountstown.
Uty to The happy couple will be unit-
ply to ed in marriage in a private cere-
ounty mon\ on December 1. 2005.
.g the
intact orat
make Tansprtation

V, ,yo ,oE 'P
The Calhouri County
Transportation Disadvantaged
Coordinating Board \vill meet on
SMonday, September 12, at 2,:00
fee p.m. Central Time at the
Calhoun County Senior Citizens
SCenter, 16859 NE Cayson Street.
eular Conference Room in
sectors Blountstown..
_mber The agenda .ill include the
sdav, Transportation Disadvantaged
CST. Trust Fund Trip and Equipment
who Grant applications, the
Lmber Community Transportation
asked
asked Coordinator's Quarterly Report':
along with Apalachee Regional
iday. Planning Council's Quarterly
g on Report. All persons are invited to
noon attend.
lding. For more information, or if
s are you require special accommoda-
er to tions at the meeting because of a
disability or physical impair-
ment, contact V\anita Anderson
Sat the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council at 850-674-
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awarded more than $695 million
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Hosford School $24,850
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Dear Editor,
Greetings! I wanted to take
this opportunity while I was here
to send out my appreciation to
some of the locals. As a
Blountstown native in the US
Navy, I was recently stationed in
New Orleans this past February.
I was away oh training in San
Diego, California, when I learned
that this massive storm was
headed towards my new home.
By the time I arrived at the air-
port on Saturday afternoon, me
and a fellow sailor had no choice
but to get in my girlfriend's car
and leave the city, as the exits
had already been closed off for
contraflow.
We made the decision to come
to my parents' place here in
Blountstown. My girlfriend, a
native of New Orleans, and my
buddy had never been to
Blountstown, needless to say.
After spending a week here,
we leave today, Sunday the 4th,.
almost a week after leaving
everything we had behind and
having everything destroyed. But
even after seeing all the devasta-
tion and chaos on the news and
knowing we have nothing at all,
our spirits have been rather high.
I think this is, in part, thanks to
the friendliness and helpfulness
of some of the people here. Like I
said, I grew up here, so I do know
a few people and they kept a
smile on our faces.
When we went'to Roundman's
bar, some looked at., us as.
strangers, but once they earned
that we had escaped the storm.1 t
was like they had known us for
years. I can say that my girlfriend
and my buddy'felt "at home".
Although this experience .has
been tragic for us, none of the
three of us will forget this past
week spent here in Blountstown.
Thanks to the Johnsons, Shirley,
Harveys, Carlton and Tami,
everyone at Roundman's .(you
guys rock!) and especially my
parents for providing us with
food, shelter and. lots of laIughs
(LUNCH). So its with a heavy
heart we depart for my new (tem-
porary) duty station outside of
Atlanta, GA.
Thanks again,
Ryan Cochran

Dear Editor,
I just wanted to take a minute'
and thank some people here in
Blountstonfi: We h'd "'an older
couple thit had to evaIcuate from
New Orleans; unfortunately, they
forgot to bring their medications.
I was contacted about the sit-
uation: Monda\ night, and on
Tuesday morning I was once
again renunded of the benefit of
living, in a small and supportive
community like Calhoun County
as w\e tried to help this couple.
It is very hard for someone
from out of state.to get this type
of help, who do you call. what do
you do. I am proud of our hospi-
tal, and its director. Ben
Burnham. The hospital reacted
immediately to the situation. 1
would also like to thank Dr
Khulordava. at the hospital clin-
ic.' Hi', professionalism and
iurec: -te concern jr.,- people in
need reminds me that when
there is a need; '-we take care of
our .-. '
Th'i clinic receptionist.
Francis. volunteered to come in
.in Ih-r .il-y rf. uLIsr tro rake care of
thri- p-pe-r ,.CArk.
The final link in this situation
i.--: ih th lin.g olf ergrrge'ncy pre-
r. rapt-.,n .ih'qt.;' "e.:ioC the experts
at Goldens, our family owned
drug store. I am constantly
ini-i,.' i at h'r.wi ',- ir iountrv folks
r-ipoTii to nei-eds for help, and
how the city iflks dLscouint us as
mi :-r'itra[l country. folks.
hiT--n there is a need please
give me country folks any day of
the wrc-k. Our medical people
were in:: rji.;; -apa.b'le of render-
ing hrelp. they were eager and
willing. Thanks from an older


Social Work proles-ionals and
students met recently at Chipola
College for in orgainizational
meeting of the local unit of The'
National Association 'of Social
Workers (NASW).
SNAoS\ dhas a Florida Ch-pier
and an Emerald Coast Unit that
includes members in Calhoun.
Liberty, Bay,: Jackson,
Washington, and Holmes coun-
ties. The group of 40 discussed
social work issues in the state
and in the panhandle and to dis-
cuss service activities and con-,
tinuing education opportunities:
for local social workers.
Those present represented a
variety of occupations including
corrections, elder care,- drug
abuse treatment, mental, health,
hospice, children's services,
physical and developmental dis-
abilities, Department of Health,
Juvenile Justice, and community
'support services.
Sherri Stone, program, coordi-


couple
need.


from the "city" in dire


Rev. James Swafford
Blountstown, FL

Dear Editor,
This week, I watch with tear
filled eyes, the multitudes of
homeless, fearful, heartbroken
civilians in Louisiana on TV. We
can see despair in their faces,
hear the anguish in their voices
as reporters interview victim
after victim. The images stir a
vivid memory for me. I was in the
same situation just a year ago
this very month. It was
Hurricane Ivan.
In the same way those persons
on TV were affected, my home
,was damaged, my fears escalat-
ed, hope eluded me, and, never
before had I felt such deep uncer-
tainty.
Last September when Ivan
struck Blountstown I was rela-
tively new to the area.
Consequently, I had no local
family members to turn to for
refuge; and most everyone I knew
were merely distant acquain-
tances preoccupied with prob-
lems of their own. The bureau-
cratic red-tape, albeit well-
intended. availed no consolation
or practical relief. It was an
inescapable and seemingly
impossible situation as I've ever
known.
Then, two days after the hurri-
cane hit, a, team of workers
arrived at my home unexpectedly
and unannounced. I had no idea
who they were or where they
were from, but I'll never forget
that day for as long as I live. It
was like a heavenly vision as they
arrived in convoy with equipment
and truck loads of able-bodied
helpers. Instantly, hope "was
restored, and I thanked God..
Together. willingly and effective-
ly, they did more in one day than
I could have done in a year.
These men were an answer to
prayer. They restored my home
and exemplified the definition of
goodwill, compassion,. mercy,
and unselfish service. These
Attributes are not unlike those of
Jesus '- who also gave Himself
w\holeheartedly. without pay.
Editor, in the aftermath of
.Katrina and on this one-year
anniversary of Hurricane Ivan, I
publicly acknowledge and thank
these men. sincerely from my
)heart. al'obftihori '.are my' real-
life heroes I don't know their
names, but I do know that,;God
does, and He has each of those
names written in His book.
And, lastly, dear. editor, to
those of us who are concerned
for our neighbors in Louisiana.
let me encourage local readers to
become irivolved in volunteer
relief aide in whatever way they
can. Speaking from experience,
the same w\ayt these men blessed
my circumstances last year with
restoration (measurable and
unmeasutrable). we too will bless
lives of our neighboring fellow
Americans by reaching out to
then.
It's not about money, prestige,
denomination, media coverage,
fame, or fortune. It's about sacri-
fice. compassion, and hope. Let's
help them because -we can.
because wxe are nearby. and we
are the body.
Furthermore. lest we forget.
but for the grace of God, it could
'have been us. The "pay-oft" will
be in our heart, their lives, eter-
nal. and; better than any "thing"
this side of Heaven.

Thank you.
S K.L. Koani

Dear Editor:
Over the past few days.:we
have all been overwhelmed by
the devastating pictures and sto-
'ries that have come out of the
hurricane stricken areas. So
many of us want to do what we
can: to help.. The following is a,


nator for :the University of West
Florida Social Work Program on
the Chipola campus. said.
'Social Workers take an active
and positive role in, improving
the lives of the residents of our
counties. They enter the \\ork-
place with training and skills
specifically focused on assessing
-eeds. locating' resources and
providing assistance."
BSW students in the UWF,
program at Chipola \\ill be enter-
ing fiIld placements in the
spring. MSW students from FSU
Panama City arc also completing
internship hours In local agen-
.cies.
Agencies interested in student
interns :should contact Sh-ri i
Stone, al 526-2/61, Ext, 33*i5.
'Area social workers interested In
joining the local NA/FW unit
should,email ithlir rontafetl Infor-
mation to Sstone@iAUwl.erF Il.i T'
next meeting i s clhlIli.llrdl f:or
Monday. Sept. 19.


The County Record, SEPTEMBER 7, :2Cub, Page 4


message from Louisiana Senator
Mary Landrieu that we wanted to
share with you.
J.B. Poersch
Executive Director, DSCC

We'll Need Your Help
By Mary Landrieu

The devastation left by
Hurricane Katrina is unprece-
dented and nearly impossible to
describe. Stabilizing, repairing
and rebuilding New Orleans,
southeast Louisiana and the Gulf
Coast region is hot only a para-
mount concern for the thou-
sands left heartbroken and
homeless; it is also the largest
economic challenge our country
has ever faced from a natural
disaster.
SWith- the impact of Katrina's
devastation being felt in some
way in every community across
the nation, our! long-term recov-
ery from this tragedy will require
leadership, courage, patience
and the prayers of all Americans.
The administration and Congress
must be committed to providing
the resources necessary' to
rebuild the Gulf :Coast and
strengthen it fir the future.
But while disasters Like this
.one strike quickly, recovery! is
long and painful. In these first
days, we are staying hopeful and
confident while our immediate
pnority remains rescuing sur-
\ivor- and assisting the thou-
sands of people that Katrida left
homeless and jobless. Having
toured Sri Lanka with Senate
LMajority Leader Bill Frist' after
the Indian Ocean tsunaini in
December, it saddens m' e to
report that the devastation I've
seen here at home is equal to.
that which I, witnessed half a
world away.
Our nation came to the aid of
the tsunami victims then, and to.
hurricane victims in Central'
America before. I am deeply
moved to see us come together
with the same love and fellow-
ship :today,, as millions of
Americans hdve rallied to sup-
port their brothers and sisters on
the Gulf Coast.
I thank all Americans for their
prayers and support in this diffi-
cult time and encourage 'those
who can donate to the relief effort
to do so. The American Red,
Cross is coordinating the out-'
pourinriTof' individuall support
from across 'the country. and
may be reached at
http://www.redcross.org or 1-
800-HELP-NOW.'


FROM THE PANHANDLE AREA
EDUCATIONAL CONSORTIUM

Four' northwest lawmakers
met with the Panhandle Area
Educational Consortium's
(PAEC) board of .directors
Wednesday to hear their con-
cerns regarding key issues,
including class size and fihger-
printing.
The board members, who are
supenntendents of PAEC's 14-
member districts. also asked ior'
help for sudden enrollment
increases in several counties due
to students and their fanulies
- migrating to Florida from the,
Katrina-ravaged areas of
Alabama. Iississippi and
Louisiana. This unexpected
enrollment jump could ,hinder
some districts' ability to comply
.with class size as well as. hurt
their school grade under A+.
The Legislative Forum, which
followed the Aug. 31 PAEC board
meeting in Chipley, featured Rep.'
Loranne Ausley, D-Tallahassee;
Sen. Durell Peaden, R-Crestview;
Rep. Don Brown, R-Defuniak
Springs; and Rep. Marti Coley, R-
Marianna.
PAEC directors continued dis-
cussing with legislators some of
the same issues that occupied
part of their board meeting, such
as the fingerprinting of vendors
and anyone else who has contact
with school children. The new
rules are required by the Jessica
'Lunsford Act, which goes into
effect Sept. I.,:: '"i
The Legislature .-ill be facing
some major challenges next ses-
sion, including class size, legisla-
tors agreed. Lawmakers were


urged to try to work toward
allowing class size compliance at.
the district level, rather than on
a classroom by classroom basis
Co-teaching w\as. another big
issue discussed with the legisla-
tors. The' State .Board of
Education recently adopted, a
rule forbidding using two teach-
ers in a classroom in order to


comply, with class size require-
ments.. Schools can utilize co-
teaching this year, but next year
cannot at least in figuring out
whether they're meeting class
size restrictions.
It was projected that the
Legislature will meet in a special

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mer. From learning about the sea
at day camp, splashing the day
away at Shipwreck Island, per-
forming a space mission at the
Challenger Learning Center in
Tallahassee, to learning how to
make cool things at the Lowes
Build and Grow programs, and
swashbuckling with the pirates
on the Sea Dragon pirate ship on
.Panama City Beach (not to men-
tion trips to the mall, library and
movies), there have been a lot of
adventure for these girls.
But Girl Scouts aren't all
about fun and games. Girls par-
ticipated, in the Relay for Life,
Family Affair, have collected
almost 200 books for the
Governor's Mentoring Initiative
book drive, collected school sup-
plies for the Florida Baptist
Children's Home and are again
collecting, non-perishable food


items for the senior citizens.
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joining the Girl Scouts, please
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September 10 at 5:00 pm (cst)
the W. T. Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown. Registration is
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aboard the Sea Dragon.

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Carson Flowers celebrated her
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.ming, and spending time with her
t family and friends,

PAECfor
session in October or November,
hopefully to fix problems that
have arisen over the Jessica
'Lunsford Act. The goal of the act
is tp prevent sexual predators
from having any contact with
students. Currently, vendorsand
anyone else having such contact
must be fingerprinted and
',>undergo background checks. It
was also noted that districts are
Interpreting the law in different
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Happy Birthday, Johnny!!
.Johnny Sewell celebrated his
7th birthday Monday September
5th. He is the son of John and
Amy Sewell of Altha.
Grandparents are Truman and
Myrlene Holley and Fate and
Alice Sewell, all of Altha, Great
grandparents are. Harvey and
Melba Strickland of Graceville.
Rosalie Guidera of Locomn-be, LA
and Mcr, Se.veil of '-Itha.
Johnnie celebrated his birthday
with a skating party.

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who have dealings with schools.
These issues need to be clarified,
lawmakers were told.
As the Legislative Forum drew
to a close, PAEC Executive
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"We've had a great dialog with
our legislators and I know it has
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Altha Lady Cats will


; WILDCAT LIFTERS are working hard preparing for the upcoming season.


iWildcats workout while


Szwaiting for new facility


SBY PATRICIA WILLIAMS


, It's early in the school year,
.but the Altha weightlifters are
S-already hard at work preparing
,for the upcoming season.
The Wildcats train hard every
day while eagerly awaiting the
.: construction of their new weight
room. Sure, it isn't always easy
tito have 25 kids working out in a
: small weight room at one time.
1 but the Cats are making it work.
. so' they can have a successful
'season.
The team is really hoping to
Shave the new weightroom ready


by the start of the girls' season in
the beginning of December.
The team gained a few mem-
bers this year and lost a few sen-
iors, including State Qualifier.
Kevin Barton and the Girls team
Captain. Alicia McClellan. This
year's seniors are really looking
to go above and beyond this year
and really prove what they are
made of.
The Boys' team captain. Nick
Hansford, is already encouraging
everyone to try their hardest to
be undefeated this year. Good
luck Wildcats!


host BHS I

The Altha Lady Wildcats lost a
close match against Cottondale
Thursday, the only team they
played all week.
"We must decide what kind of
season we are going to have -
fair, good, or great," says a disap-
pointed Coach Mary McClellan.
"Right now, we are a fair team."
She emphasizes, "It's not who we
play, but how we play."
The Cats came out strong in
game one, ending with a score of
25-18. They slipped in game two
at 20-25, then rebounded in
game three at 25-23. The last two
games were all Cottondale, with
the Cats falling 18-25, 9-15 to
lose the match.
Leading Altha were Angela
Byler with 23 points, an ace, two
kills -and' 17 assists, and Mary
Mcintosh with 20 points, three
aces, six kills, and one assist.
Tory Lipford brought in 16 points
and an ace, while Cherie Hires
had 16 points. Joy Capps added
seven points, eight kills, and one
assist. Ashley Mills contributed


Tri-StateOff


Road Fast .


Track results
The results of the September
3rd Fast Track at Tri-State Off
Road Park were as follows:
Street Legal Consistency
1st pl -Sean O'Neal
2nd pl -David Kelley
3rd pl Tommy Arnold
4th pl Lee Flowers
Consistency
1st pl Chad Flowers
2nd pl -Gator Parker
3rd pl Paul Herron
4th pl Harry Goodwin
Street Modified
1st pl Paul Herron
2nd pl Tommy Gainous
3rd pl Gator Parker
4th pl Chad Flowers
Sand Drags
Street Legal
1st pl -Jeffery Davis
2nd pi Tank
3rd pi Kenny Lewis
Street Modified
Is. st p. -: Travis Melton
.,, 2nd.pL-.Paul Herro .
3rd pl Doiny Adams
4th pi Chad Flowers
Foot Races
5 yrs & under Hadley
Barleld
Boys 6-11 yrs. Kevin Ping
Girls 6-11 yrs. Kimberly
Warren
11 yrs & over Chancey Greer

THIS GIGANTIC GATOR was
plucked from the Apalachicola
River Sunday by this foursome
(from left), Evan Purvis, Andy
Bailey, Brenton Lindsey, and Jeff
O'Bryan, who had the harvest
permit. They were assisted by
David House, Burke Hayes, and
John David House. The gator
measured 11 feet.


Thursday

three points and three kills.
Brooke Lee had five points and
Tiffany Betts offered two kills.
The J.V. team also fell to
Cottondale, 19-25, 25-14, 8-15.
Tammy Johnson led with nine
points, followed by Loni Johnson
with seven, Hannah Waldorff
with six, and Caitlyn Bruner with
five.
Altha was scheduled to face
Bonifay Aug. 30, however, their
opponent cancelled because they
didn't have a bus driver. The
Cats traveled to Bonifay this past
Tuesday (details unavailable at
press time). They'll host
Blountstown Thursday, Sept. 8,
with J.V. at 4 p.m., followed by
varsity at 5 p.m. The varsity,
J.V., and middle school Lady
Cats. trael to Vernon Tuesday
w\ilh game time at .3 p.m.


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Driver Points
1 Marlrn True' Jr 38174
2) Curl Bowyer 3732
31 Carl Eidwraar.s 51
11 Read orcr,-or, 3.19-1
5i Denny i-nmin 13285
61 Kenny Wallace i'786
'7 Da.,d Strermmoe r30
81 Paul Mranrd :V121
91 David Green 301't
10i Jason Keller 2969


IWho ilas the firsI rookie to ever
win the pole at the Da)lona 500?
al Tony Slesarr
i; Dale Eirnnardt Jr
C. Jimmie Johnson
i tLOy Allen Jr


=usmaIpniy.
Kle Busch joined Hendrick. tolorspons .on Fae
- 2003 and found success on the track almost
immledialely He won his firm Aulomobile Club ctl
America race at Nashv'lle Speedwavy rom Ihe pole
posllon. and followed up with a second win al
Kentucky Speedway n Inie ery neel outing Trha
s3eme yar he entered sever, rASCAR Busch
Series earning 3 runnerUup finish al Lowes r..loi.r
Speoaway in his first stan In 2004. dunng n.a (.rs
full season n Ihe Busc.h Ser.e- five record. tell a3
hIe became the youngest IGp rooL, i n sCerC h,-
itoryi firlshing second .rn Ihe championship poirl
slandinga at age 19 In late 2004 Kvie Buic r was
sels.ited cy Hendrinck Molorsports to replace rac-
ing veteran ana two-lime Winslon Cup crarrpi-
crr.i.ip winner Terry Labonle in the lamed No 5
Kellogg s Chevrolet for 2005 and beyond
Driver's Highlights:
2004 Bus.:h Sernes rookie of the year
200-1 F,.nin-ed runner-up in But.h Series
2004 5 Busch Series cloness

Tne race al, Ricnmond thi year hoide
extra special inlcnvie or man) drcerF
as it is the final race to get qualified for
Ine Chase for Ihe Cup If past hilsori is
an, inaicaiion Rusty Wallace has to cE? a
favorite since he has won al Richmond
six previous times.


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Sony HD 500 Results Race Review
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f '..- B5A:r 25 I Clhei.rolet Kelliiggs 190. IC Sunday It .ms Kies Jst career start ean he became tris
.fr,.- Biffle 4 2 Ford Nanlonal Guara-Crarler Comm 175'5 youngestt wvnner In IASCARRs top stci car scenes 'ts untie-
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Tigers overpower


The County Record, SEPTEMBER 7, 2005, Page 7




Panthers; 41-6


The Blountstown Tigers
improved to 2-0 with an impres-
sive '41-7 victory over West
Gadsden Friday night. .in
GreenPboro. The Panthers
tossed in the towel and asked for
a runinng, clock in the fourth
quarter even though the Tigers
had their reserves on the field.
West Gadsden had some good


athletes with outstanding speed,
but the Tigers kept them in
check for most of the game. The
Panther's lone score came with
five minutes left on the clock.
The Tigers will now have to
step it up a notch with North
Florida Christian coming to
Bowles Field Friday night. 'It will
be a completely different level of


competition for the Tigers. There
will be no room for mistakes
against a team blessed with out-
standing personnel. NFC has an
outstanding passing attack, one
of the best running backs in the
state, and a strong defense.
Many fill the Tigers have been
looking ahead to North Florida
Christian, Vernon, Leon and
Tampa Berkley Prep. and have
not played up to their potential
against Liberty County, Port St.
Joe or West Gadsden. The Tigers.
will need to bring their "A"
game and be fired up when they
hit the field against NFC Friday
night.
After a long pass completion
from Michael Guilford to Titus
Overholt, Chance. Attaway
opened the Tigers' scoring with a
blast from the 5 with only 1:40
off the clock. Jacob Williams hit
his first of five extra point kicks
and the Tigers were on top. 7-0.
Early in the second quarter,
Attaway scored his second

Right photo: Chase Cox (5)
and the Tiger defense held
West Gadsden to 119 yards of
offense,

Top left: Titus Overholt puts
on a move after a pass
reception.

Middle left: T.C. Copelond
breaks into the open for a
long gain.

Bottom left: Jacob Williams
boots one of his five extra
points.


touchdown on a 24 yard burst up
the middle. Two minutes later,
Guilford broke some tackles and
fought his way into the endzoie
from 13 yards out'to put the
Tigers ahead 21-0.
SJust' over ,a minute later,
Guilford passed to Carry Reed for
14 yards and, another touch-
down. Blountstown led at inter-
mission, 28-0.
.Midway thru the third period,
Ryan Baker scored from 8 yards.
out Williaris' PAT put the Tigers
up 35-0.
After a 35 yard run had put
the Panthers on the scoreboard.
Greg Meeks scored from 11
yards out to post the final score
of 41-7.
The Tigers rushed for 175
yards on 30 carries, a 5.8 yard


average. Guilford completed 7 of
.9 passes for 114 yards and Corey
Cox completed 1 of 1 for 10,
yards.
T.C. Copeland had 75. yards
on 11 carries to lead the Tigers.
Attaway ran the ball 4 times for
38 yards aid. two touchdowns.'
Baker had 4 carries for 30 yards
and I touchdown. Arsenio Ivory
had 4 carries for 16 yards. Greg
Meeks had 2 carries for 24 yards
and a score.
Garry Reed had 3 catches for
33 yards and a touchdown.
Overholt had two catches for 63
yards. Attaway had one catch for
15 \ards. Jonathan Lockhart
had one catch for 13 yards.
The Tiger defense held West
Gadsden to 106 yards on the
ground and only 13 thru the air.


Corey Silcox led the defensive
effort with 11 tackles followed by'
Josh Savell with 9. Overholt and
Baker were each in on 7 tackles
followed by Ivory, Chase -Cox,
and Chaz Johns with 6 each.
Attaway had 5 tackles followed
by Adam Edwards. Ricky Sable.
.Jonathan Lockhart and Jamie
Willis with 4 each. Greg Meeks
and Josh Lilly had 3 each while
Copeland, Guilford. Clarke
Purvis, Garry Reed, Josh Lee,
and Isaac Kent were each in on
one.
NFC will bring a big crowd to
Bowles Field Friday night and
Tiger fans will need to come in
force and with plenty of spirit to
help lead the Tigers to \ictory
Kickoff is at 7:30 so plan to
arrive early to get a seat.


Well. it wasn't a very exciting win. bul
a win lust the same. I heard Bobby-
Bowden say aher the FSU Miami game
that he would fake an ugly win over a
pretty loss any day. I would not say that
our win was ugly. bul unexciting, yes'
We must continue to improve on
offense and play beer pass coverage if
we are going to win the next three games
on our schedule. West Gadsden came
South of the locker room with some of the
best looking athletes you ever could want
to see, but they were not nearly as phys-
ical as our kids were. we outhit them. as
we have everyone we have played so lar,
and were able to pul them away by half-
time.
We did have some ugly plays on our
second drive ol the night when we were
in the shotgun, but here were good rea-
Ssons for'what look place. We have been
Working on our shotgun package all sea- .
Sson and! it will be a work-in-progress
t throughout the year. Hopefully we will
Address our problems as they arise and
have lhat package ready down the road il I
we neeV. it. You have to give west
SGadsde credit, they kept playing hard
and ruined our shutout near the end ol
t Ihe garhie.
As for our play, we must improve on
Offense. We should be a much better
offensive team than last season, but we
. ,


are not driving people off the football. We
are blocking the right people, but we are
not dominating the line ot scrimmage.
We will have to be more physical up Iront
the next three weeks i we are going to
win these games. We are not playing
bad by any means, we just need to be a
little more dominant. We also need to
continue to improve our short passing
game If people are going to blitz every-
body, we must make them pay for it by
Throwing the ball in the vacated areas.
We did that some last week and we need
to continue to do so in the future.,
We also need to get the football to our
outstanding running backs more. With
Chance Attaway, Arsenio Ivory, Corey
Silcox, and T.C. Copeland n the back-
lield, we need them to have more carries.
II has been hard so tar because we have
not needed them as much yet. but we will
Ine next three weeks.
We also have a great quarterback in
Michael Guilford that we need to get
more involved as well as Ryan Baker and
Greg vleeks at running back. We are
several good players deep at receiver
with John Lockhart and Titus Overholt
leading the way. They need more touch-
es as well. The problem is it we run 50
plays on offense with this many good
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SWho will be

s Ci VsI, e Miss Liberty

l1 County High?
Homecoming 'veek is under-
way at Liberty County High
School and one of the high-
lights will be the crowning of
Miss LCHS. Vying for the title are
seniors (above, from left) Serrina
Dawson, Ashlle Parrish Whitneri
STalIor Elizabeth Shierling, and
Julie Brock. Underclassmen onr
the court include (at left, forn
left) Deanna Parrishn unior
attendantt. Leah Stoutamire
a(sthoprn i oorrnore attendant), and
7 Chelsea Creel (freshman often-
Sclantr). Coronation is set for
Thursday night Sept 8. during
hal tine of the junior arsit,
Sfosotball game. The homecorn-
rng parade will be held at 1
l H: pe I p.rr ET on Friday To enter the
parade. call Robvn Carpenter
at 613.2241 e\t. 221.



Cats' Cuisine open



for lunch Sept. 15
.- The Institute ol ('ultiniar. ,Arts crette. Italian garlic bread, your
.at ltha Public S school \lites Vlouc choice of lfredo shrimp or chick-
to lunch at Cats' Cuisine on en casserole. and cinnamon
Thursday, Sept. 15. There will be shoofl\ pie.
three seatings at 11:15 a.m.. The cost is 86 per plate. Please
11:40 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. RSVP no later than Tuesday.
menu includes mixed Sept. 13, by calling Altha School
'gre n tIniwith sherry \nsi- at 762-3121.

Sanders attending

medical school at

University of Miami
"k, Todd Sanders of Tallahassee
is attending the University of
iami School of Medicine.
He graduated Cum Laude with
.' BS degree in Bio-Chenustry
".om Florida State tfniversity in
'Wlay 2004. While a student there.
e was inducted into Phi Beta
appa honorarn- society.
Todd is the son of Sally
,anders and Al Sanders of
"allahassee. His maternal grand- ,
Srents are Walt and Bobbie
hilds of Altha. His paternal
grandparents are Fave and Jim
I riders of Tallahassee.


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FROM. BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH
SCHOOL

Note to Parents From the BHS
Office
Parents,
We are having an enormous
number of students coming in
late for school. When students.
are habitually late they miss
valuable instructional time in the
classroom. Please be aware ofthe
policy for unexcused tardies:
1st tardy-warning
2nd tardy-Zero for class


FROM ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL

Middle School Student/Parent
Night
Altha.School is hosting a mid-
dle school Student/Parent Night
on Thursday, Sept. 8.
Sixth grade students and par-
ents will meet at 6 p.m. Seventh
and eighth grade students and
parents will neet at 7 p.m. Both
sessions will be held' in the
school cafeteria..
This night is dedicated to help
keep parents and students better
informed. Whether your child is
transitioning into middle school
or promoting to a new grade
within n middle school, the infor-
mation provided' will help you be
actively involved in your child's
education.
Topics to be -covered include
attendance policy, tardy policy,
procedures for absences, dress
code, middle school expectations,
teachers' expectations,
reminders, hints, and helpful
": suggestions.
S:Research shows two very
important factors for your. stu-
dent's success are .parental
expectations/involvement and
Sthe classroom teacher. Let's work
together for your child's success.
Please make plans to attend.
Teachers will o nt be available
for indi\vdual conferences at this


3rd tardy-"N" in conduct
4th tardy-"U" in conduct
5th tardy-One day In-School
Suspension
6th 'tardy-Three days In-
School Suspension
Please discuss with your chil-
dren the importance of getting to
school and class on time. These
are serious consequences and
will affect students' eligibility to
participate in extra-curricular
activities.
Guidance News


time. Please call the school to
schedule a parent/teacher con-
ference at a more opportune
time. Thank you for your atten-
tion to this matter.
School Advisory Council to
meet
The School Advisor- Council
(SAC) for Altha Ptublic School wMill
meet Thursday. Sept. 8. at 5 p.m.
On the agenda is a review of the
school improvement plan. :
For more information, contact
-Christi Lovely, SAC Chairperson.
at 762-3121.

.Yankee Candle Sale
Altha's Student Council is
currently holding it's annual
Yankee Candle sale. The sale

See ALTHA, Page 10


for more
information


Important Dates to remember:
Senior Night for Seniors and
Parents/Guardians of Seniors-
Tuesday, September 20, 2005, 7
P.M.-BHS Auditorium
FCAT Retakes for Juniors
and. Seniors-September 26-29,
2005
PSAT for Juniors-
Wednesday, October 12, 2005
ACT Plan for Sophomores-
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
School Advisory
The BHS School Advisory
Council will meet September 8 at
2:00 P.M. in the Media Center.
CRY News
The Blountstown Chapter of
CRY is collecting money to aid in
the hurricane disaster relief
effort that is being undertaken
by the American Red Cross.
Donations may be made from
September 1-30 in each stu-
dent's classroom. Each Friday,
CRY will collect funds from each
teacher and give the money to
the American Red Cross.

Student Council News Shirt
Sale
BHS Shirt Sale 2005 is under-
way! Student Council is selling
BHS t-shirts. sweatshirts, and
pullover hoodies. Color choices
are black or white for both t-
shirts and sweatshirts: however,
the pullover hoodies are :only
available in black.
Youth t-shirts will be $10.00
and the adult sizes start at
$12.00. Youth' sweatshirts will'
be $15.00 and adult sizes start at

See BHS, Page 11


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DOROTHY MARTIN STRENGTH
Mrs. Dorothy Martin Strength.,
83, of Wewahitchka, passed
away Thursday, September 1,
2005, in Blountstown.
A native, of Dale Counhty,
Alabama, .she came to Gulf
County in -1949 and had been a
resident of Wewahitchka since-
S1952. She was a charter mem-
ber' of the Westside Baptist
:Church, where she taught
-Sunday School and sang in the
choir. She also was a member of
the Wewahitchka Chapter 229.
'drder of the Eastern Star for
almost 50 years. Mrs. Strength
worked as a store manager for
Webb's 5 & 10, and was a losing
:-ife and mother.
:". Survivors include her hus-
band of 64 years, Milton
*Strength; her sons. John
-Strength and the late Dot O.
Strength of Senoia. GA, and
- limmy Strength and wife
-Darlene of Altha: her daughter.
Sherry Whitson and husband
Mickey of Jacksonville: eight
W.andchildren; eight great-
grandchildren: four brothers.
Horace Martin. Tommy Martin
and wife Louise, Ray Martin and
.~ife Sallie Mae, all of Dothan. AL.
'nd Edsel Martin and wife Nita of
Fanama City; and two sisters.
'Kathleen Blackmon of
S'ewahltchka and Robble Nell of
lenisar, AL. Also many nieces
and nephews.


The funeral service was held
at 2:00 p.m. CDT Sunday,
September 4, at the Westside
Baptist Church, conducted by
the Rev. Derrick Gerber and
Brian Whitson. Interment fol-
lowed in the family plot in Jehu
Cemetery. Those who wish may,
make contributions in her mem-
ory to the Westside Baptist
Church.
All arrangements are under
the' direction of Comforter
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka
.Branch .Chapel, ph. 850-639-
2271.

KATRINE JONES
Mrs. Katrine Jones. age 76. of
Altha. passed away Thursday,
September 1. 2005. Mrs. Jones
was a member of Union Hill
Baptist Church and Chapter 22
of the Disabled Vets. She
enjoyed embroidery, sewing and
will be remembered as a caring
woman that was devoted to her
family.
Mrs. Jones is survived by her
husband, Robert "Bob" Jones, of
Altha: one son. Danny Jones and
wife, Jean of Caryville: one
daughter, Joyce Varnum and
husband. Jim of Altha: one
brother, Lelan Golden of
Columbus, GA: five sisters:
Earline, Aline. Roseline. Elewine
and Dot; four grandchildren:
Trey. Brandie. Clayton and
Jesse.


IN LOVING MEMORY OF
MRS. LIZZIE MAEBAKER
Dec. 14. 1942- Sept. 4. 2001
I" // takes a loqng time to et used to the loss ol someone we love. But i's important
to remember that when people de. they leave something very s.oecal behind They
eaive us memories o/many things they sad and did And as long as ise hawe those
'memories, the people wee love wlillve ,' our hearts and minds forever
Love, Husband. Judge:
1% C.,hldren: Gai/ Lonnie, (i'chelle). Paula. Kenneih and mte brands.
'r In Loving Memory
Lizzie Mae Baker
It hIas been four years shce you went asay God .'oo4ed around His garden and
rundan empty place.
SHe then looked down ucon nis earth and sa'w your loving face. He put his arms
[around you andh&ea u to rest.
SH.s garden must be beaul'3..' He a,,',ays takes the best He .new' tha; you were
'sufieri. He Knew you were .n pain and knew tnal you would never get well on earth
again.
'.i He sawt your patn was dfficullt He closed your tred eyes- He whisoered to you
'Peace Be Th.,ne: and gave you .Mngs to ly.
I When we saw you sleeping so calm and free of pain., te would not wish you back
1 earth to suffer once agath. .
SYou've left us precious memones. your love wi / be our guide. you live on through
ur children.: you're always by our side.
It broke bur hearts to /ose.you but you aid not go a/one, for parts of us went with
on'/he dayGodca//lled you home. '. ..
Ga'.: LOI."" e Pd, a" inuer'.


Funeral services for Mrs.
Jones were held at 2:00 p.m.;
Sunday, September 4, 2005 at
Sunny Hill Pentecostal Holiness
Church with the Rev. Chris
Goodman officiating. Interment
followed, in Sunny Hill Church
Cemetery with Hall Funeral
Home directing.
Hall Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.
850-762-3965.

SHidden Treasures

by
Ryan
L- McDougald _o ,

We Have Problems Because
We Live In a Wicked World
Text: Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
A man runs past metal detectors gun-
ning down innocent victims. A man
breaks into a hotel room raping a woman.
A woman is driving home from the mall
and is hit by a drunken driver taking her
life. You do not rave to go far to see or
hear headlines like these almost every
single day.
Did these people deserve what hap-
pened to them? How can a loving God
allow bad things to happen to good peo-
ple? Jesus told us why in Matt. 13:24-43.
Jesus said the world is like a field
ready to plant. Jesus planted the field
with good people broadcasting the seed,
as one would plant wheat. Satan came
and planted bad people among the good
people like an enemy might plant weeds
in a wheat field.
Jesus didn't pull up the bad people
because, "while you are pulling up the
weeds. you will pull up the wheat with
them INIVI." If God destroyed all of the
unrepentant Ibad) people before the full
number of repentant (good) people came
to Christ. the harvest of repentant people
would not be as great.
Think about it. I am saved and my sins
forgiven. One of my ancestors was not.
What if God came during the time of my
ancestor and destroyed the unrepentant?
I would have never been born and would
have never become a child of God.
God allows people to go on sinning
until all of the repentant can repent. Then
God will judge and remove wickedness
from the world Until then, we may have
to suffer because of another's sin. Sin
always has consequences and it never
affects lust you. But God gives us the
grace and mercy to overcome everything
that happens to us.
Ryan MicDougald is a licensed ,
ordained Free Wil Bapris3p't ,.ster host-
ing Bib/e stuoy in the nome. For more
information, cal 674-6351.


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Deadline
Monday at Noon


Pastor Geraldine Sheard pastor's anniversaryy: The dates ages 7 and under. For more
of the anniversary are September information contact Mother
to be honored Sept. 1825 8th thru 25th and will convene Marjorie Peterson at674-3449 or
at our .sanctuary in the Hugh Missionary Ruby Davis at 674-
We, the officers and members Creek Community on McDaniel 8668.
of Prayer Chainers Mission of Road. Services are scheduled to
God are filled with joy 1to. begin at 6:30 p.m. CST Monday Cobb Family in concert
announce our Pastor's aniiver- through Saturday, :and Sunday, ~ Sprj Pentecost
sary. It is with great humility September 25th at 11:00 a.m. at A Spngs Pent t
that we.enact this labor of love to: and 3:00 p.m.
.honor our pastor and overseer. ,.A Patriotic Banquet will be Abe Springs Pentecostal
Elder Geraldine B. Sheard for. held in honor of our pastor, Elder Holiness Church would like to
twenty-five years of her tireless Geraldine B. Sheard and in Iinite you to a rught of worship in
efforts to mobilize the mission,. memory of her husband, Mr. song featuring "The Cobb Family"
progress the vision and prepare Charles E. Sheard (Billy) on from Cottondale. FL on
souls for the soon coming King. Sunday. September 25th at 7:00 September 10th at 6:00 p.m.
We hope that you can come p.m. at the Veterans Memorial The church is located on CR 275
and worship the Lord in the Civic Center in Bristol. The South in Blountstown. If you
beauty of Holiness during our prices of the tickets are S10.00 have any questions please call
for adults and 85.00 for children 762-2146.

E .'E.^EL' .* .": ,- -. ,.* ,.
We, the people at Christian 0.
Home Free Will Baptist Church.
wish to extend our "Thanks" and .
gratitude to those of you who so :;.., ..;i .i .:. '
willingly pulled together and mait'recl
donated \our time. monetary : ..
contributions, and staples/ -'- .. '. .. .
canned goods for the disaster
relief victims resulting from
Hurricane Katrina.
Whether you contributed indi-
,idually or in a group, no words
can express how much your kind F
generosity means to those who F a
are suffering.
Bro. Chad Corbin will be deliv--
ering the goods and supplies this
week in the Biloxi. MS area and
should return Wednesday. with a D e n t
report. Thanks again to all those
who contributed. DENTURE
DENTURE

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lE BIG FINISH to the Wildcats' first pep rally bf the year.


ltha News cont
14arted August 22nd and will 6on- cheerleaders and as
ue through September 12th. they would describe
udent Council will use. these Morgan Swilley, a
fits to help with the costs for leader this year, said
s year's homecoming. If you are the pep rally went
interested m buying any Yankee would have been bet
adles let a Student Council school would hav
ember know before the 12th! morel",
By: Patricia Witlliams Patricia Williams
Cheerleader replied.
nior/Freshman Night went well but we ha
On Monday. September 19, cheerleaders who a
05 Freshman/Senior night will the hang of things. b
Held in the Altha Public School was good experience
eteria. All freshmen and seniors By:
ong with their parents and/or
ardians are invited to attend. Taking the ASVAB
'00 PM with items such as the students of Altha
quired courses, elective courses, in the eleventh grad
ra-curricular activities, and in taking the Arr
y other subjects to be dis- Vocational Aptitude'
ssed. as'the ASVAB.
The ASVAB is a te!
i Senior night' will begin at 7:00 not only test your sk
I with scholarship deadlines, demlc areas, but also
taduati6n requirements, your of the academic cor
lgh school portfolio. applying for test is one of 'the mo
alleges to be discussed along with aptitude tests in
o.her issues that effect seniors. Starting in 1968 the
SAll seniors and freshman are Department'of Defe
icouraged to come. provide high schools
By: Kasey Roberts ondary schools acre
With the ASVAB r
ep Rally test.
,' Last Friday a pep rally was held
Honor of the Altha Junior High, In a few weeks
aunlor Varsity, and Varsity Altha Public School
$blleyball playets.. receive their test res
"is designed to help
h The cheerleaders displayed their an occupation th
school spirit with their new upbeat already skilled In, a
ce to Ciarras' "1, 2, Step." I decide on colleges an
ter asked a couple of volleyball es to take to get there
ayers if they enjoyed the pep patron that interests
yand these were their respons- are nine areas in wl
alUtyn Bruner #17 said, "It was dent Is tested, ranging
eat. The Cheerleaders did a to mathematics and
eat Job." Hannah WValdorff # 18 to mechanical fields.
plied." I thought It was a good been proven to help s
ea to have one for the volleyball career in and out
avers!" services.
, ;Also. 'I approached a couple of B


'd
ked them how
the pep rally.
varsity cheer-.
I. "1 think that
well. but it
:ter if the high
e cooperated
also a Varsity
Think It
ve a lot of new
-e still getting
ut otherwise it
Jessica,Smith

igust 31. 2005
Public School
le participated
med Services
Test also know
st generated to
lls in the aca-
Sareas outside
nmunity. This
st widely used
the nation.
United States
nse began to
and post-sec-
iss the nation
nultl-aptitude

students from
will begin to
ults. This test
students pick
at they are
nd help them
id what class-
n to the occu-
s them. There
which each stu-
g from science
from electric
This test has
students find a
of the armed
y: Zack Bishop


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For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


Blountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


Sunday Serices
Sunday School...9:45 AMI
Morning Worship...l 1:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Serice.:.7:00 PM


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


Meaningful Bible Study........................9:45 AM
Exciting Worship................................. 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship.........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
S1Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blQcks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
With

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


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown, Florida


STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


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WORSHIP SERVICE:
SUNDAY
roMMiJN lIIY CHUCHLH 8:00AM & 10:30 PM

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



St. Mary Missionary

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


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM B.,i cbl ,i. 11- PM


LARRY WHITE,
PASTOR
482-4825
CHURCH PHONE
674-8884


Morning Worship 11.00 AM
Children's Church 11.00 AM
Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM
Kidz Sunda, School
and Church 10AM-12Noon


Kidz Jr Bible Quiz 7"00 PM

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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 7, 2005, Page 11


Legal advertisements


Legal Notice
The Calhoun County School Board proposes to
amend its policies for the Calhoun County
Schools as follows:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS.

CHAPTER 6.00-PERSONNEL
6.13 Years of Service Defined for Administrative
and Instructional Personnel
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 mayr receive up to fifteen years of
prior service credit for salary purposes. They will
be employed on arid 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
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Tri-State
Enterprise; the' holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a taxdeed 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. 28 Year of Issuance: 1998
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: .Lots 12 and 13,,
in Block 6. according to *Williams' Addition to
Blountstown, Flonda ard, tcir., 1.: ..:i : I- r :-:r,
28, Township I li.:.r,.-i u-.g '--g '
ALSO: Begin at the SV. -C:.'..r' :-,f.-.i i- Bl:ck 6,
Williams Addition to bl,'.unTii.:.,' FlI:,rn. and
run West a distance of 30 feet; thence run North
to a point due West of the NW Corer 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 :i..r.n itr-.ig 8 West.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:. Molly. Glass.
15280SWHAVarn.,rr, F. E l:..jrn.i..r Fl.n:.
32424.
Said Propert, to.itr., ir,: '-'.i_.uty of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FL',-Fji-.' i_-r.J.i u., :l- .:ruiir
shall be redeemed according i,.: aI.. ut Fpi:pr-rr
0a._i:ntet. in '=uh certificate sr. ,! t .- -:'-D i.:. in,
hitire: t'i.l.jcr at nte :.uri .:.u i : J.:..r .:.r the 6th
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
Jli.jTI IL Eit.rEBY GPlaiJ fTi-HAT Belln L.-,d
SC,.r, -,', in,: I l'hi r.:ider ..i I.I ':.Uo.:i nrl ,:,v rui'l-
:i'c tle Lj ir' .- riun.: ale .i u-n- .- ,.-. i-: t.
issued thereon. The certificate number and year
cic" f.,ua ,',- '.Lr o ::". ri ,.r, :.f : r ,- pr:.l r-, .r
cr-n .: i le r ji. h 1[ a; a ii-. u r .
'DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Tract No. 12, of
Circle M. Ranch, being .i,,:-,: a.l.:ul'r,
.lj'iT r ,=t I.d r : A'Ir :' i .Mci ,r ,T ,i A i '-l J:-h
3. Township 1 North, Range 9 West, thence run
South 2310 feet, thence run West 999 feet to
Marianna & Blountstown Railroad Right of Wayl,
thence in a Southeasterly direction 1125.9 feet
along the. Right' of %\i\ of Marianna &
Bl:,nLr-: .T F2 iii.r.,J L'hrn. run EC ir 4-:.- i',i '
nria rn.:-.rtr Ia d.:,ri R rant ,:. f '% i '-i L.- F.:.ir.r
'ofBeginning, and containing 16.6 acres, more or,
less. Lying and -'.einig ir 'Sei.:.r, 3 Township 1
rji-.ho R.in,- : West,
NAME INWHICHAS&SE,-:i Ruci-m:.ipr. wKac-.,
24369:.SR71-N,Altha, Fl .:.. ` 42 I
Said Property :-.irn tie Co.ri.n 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: P-05-038
IN RE: CATHY SUSAN HATCHER
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALI PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the administration of
the Estate of CATHY SUSAN HATCHER, deceased.
File Number P-05-038, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate
Division, 20859' Central Ave., Blountstown, FL
32424, the address of which is the Calhoun
County Courthouse. Blountstown, Florida. The
Personal Representative of the Estate Is PAIGE J.
TOLLEY, whose address Is: Post Office Box 1042,
Blountstown, Florida, 32424. The name and
address of the Personal Representative's attorney.
are set forth below.
A11 persons having claims or demands against
the Estate are required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk of the
above, Court a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. E:, ,:l aii must be in
.writing and must indicate ih L- L ai: I r the claim,
tnri -i i n'- i. 1 ..j.:l. .I r',= .:..i : .h.: r :r ls agent
c.r .inI -in,:, :-..: 3 Ifi- irl,:.,r-r r1.- :I-i-rr, l, contin-
gent or unliquidated, tre r,3jar.e : .r urI ,-r,:irt3i -
ty shall be state. If .r,-' :i rn i ,,1; .:,.-j. r,':
security shall be described. The claimant shall
deliver ufifi :iei, :-pii:- : of the claim to the-Clerk
to enable tr. ,:l'e Io mail one copy to the
Personal Representative. 'All persons interested in
the Estate to whom a copy. of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS.FROM THE DATE OF
THE rihRT FlLIi:..-,lt'i[J OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objection they may have that challenges
the" validity of the decedent's Will, the qualifica-
tj.i.n: .f r]' F. 1 F'if- .: Fz.r: i-erri .- r .:I ...u :
or i.ul : li:rj.:.n *-*I ti- C :- ur-i
SD 'TED r ii T .a, .:.,1 f u. u. t. 11.f .
A. lE i J. TOLL'
PL'RJ.L-. P LPF.-FrEliTfT.-E OjF i-iE
T.l'TE OF .T H' -ii-.i i i-L-.T :i E
J. DAVID HOUSE
BL:,w'UA I3T ,I' Ji,2 F 'L -RJD 1 "'24 .
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Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY

i' LICL.:5 CiJOODI.jD .l'
i lira rll
-vs-
YOLANDA H. TERRY,
Defendant.

CLERK'S-NOTICE OF SALE
[ -,>:Ti'_E i5 GF.Tri i ,r nder a F_r l .n .,l,_,-,i
styled cause; I will sell to the highest and best c i J.
der for cash at the front door of the Calh':-.n
County Courthouse, Blountstown, Florida. aI
11:00 A.M. (C.S.T.) on September 22, 201".. r_.e
'ir.:.o. n 3'-,i .: nt-L 1 property:
EXHIBIT "A"
CoCri .'uT ,. 42 ca ..:rct2: I ..,. r.fi _'I.Tl J'idn t l-'
N c' :.:.rner i,:,.l th rjN i 4 :., .1 i:r,:. ,' T.:,.Tj lip.
1 ,:.j i.r, i\ _-ni: : V ,' ,_:i -' :,,r> C.:,, -rm-, fl.rlUa
Ernj r.er,.:e r .u'rh i'r59. :'r- -'i 4' E jst a rn.:
tr, iJ':.r. Ir:.i ,urair, lin a-t i:- Iu.:., 6 -i emc.r
South '0 deg.r 3 a 0i-'a31 : 9 o6 I, dienc .i
South'00 degrees 30'31" West for adistanc., .:.


BHS News cont'd


$20.00: All pullover hoodies \will
start at S25.00. Shirt fabric is
S50/50 blend.
The shirt sale will end Friday,
September 16. Shirts \ill be,
delivered at the end: of
September. Checks should be
made payable to BHS. and pay-
ment is due at time of order. If
you are interested in purchasing
a shirt, please see any BHS
Student Council member or Mrs.


FHP conducting

driver license,

vehicle checks

The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection check-
points during the the month of
September in Calhoun County.
SR-71 near John Bailey Rd., SR-
71 near CR-275, SR-69 near CR-
274, SR-20 near SR-73,' CR 274
near Chipola Road, SR-71 near
CR-274, SR-71 near Trailer City,
SR-71'near Chipola St., CR-274
near CR-167 and SR-73 near CR
287.
Recognizing the danger pre-
sented to the public by defective
vehicle equipment troopers will
concentrate their efforts on vehi-
cles being operated with defects
such as bad brakes,. worn tires
and defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed to drives violating the
driver license laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the .equip-
ment and driver license laws ,of
Florida ensuring the protection
or all motorists.


Sharon McCrone.


Search On For Homecoming
Flower Girl & Crown Bearer
BHS Student Council is0look-
ing for a Flower Girl and Crown
Bearer for the 2005 Homecoming
Coronation. The nominees must
be kindergarten students
enrolled at either Blountstown
Elementary or Carr School. If
you know of a student that qual-
ifies and you would like to nomi-
nate him or her, please bring a
recent color photo, the student's
phone inuniber. and address to
the BHS Front Office by Monda\.
September 12.

Life @ BHS.2005"
The BHS Student Council has
selected a homecoming theme for
2005. The theme is "Life ,
BHS.2005". This theme is broad
and will allow students to be
unlimited to possible float ideas
Tabinda Syed is creating a power
point presentation to show to the
school to help give them float
ideas.
-Maegan Dalis

Kiss the Pig Contest
BHS Band students: held a
Kiss the Pig Contest to help raise
money for the club. The, contest
consisted of students depositing
money into the.teacher's can that
they most wanted to see "kiss the
pig".
SMrs. Allyson Howell was the
lucky 'teacher to receive this
honor. At first, the Piggly Wiggly
Pig came out.and' Mrs. Howell
danced with itl Students then
brought the real live baby pig for
Mrs. Howell to kiss. The Kiss the
Pig Contest was a fun way for all
students to assist the band.
S-Andrea Paul


1649.20 feet, thence go North 89 degrees 11'43"
West for a distance of 465.76 feet for the POINT
OF BEGINNING, from said POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. go South 00 degrees 39'08" West for a dis-
tance of 134.833 feet. thence go North 89 degrees
09'43" West for a distance of 161.92 feet to a point
on the Easterly right of way line of a County Road
(said road having a 100 foot wide right of way);
thence go North 00 degrees 39'08" East along said
right of way line for a distance of 134.735 feet;
thence departing said right of way line go South
89 degrees 11'43" East for a.distance of 161.92
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Said parcel of
land having an area of 0.50 acres, more or less.
ALSO KNOWN AS: Lot 1, Block "A", an unrecord-
ed Subdivision, of the S 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of the
SSW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 6. Township 1
South, Range 8 West. Calhoun County. Florida.
ALSO 1 Double Wide 1975 SOPI Mobile Home;
Identification #43626A and 43626B.
Dated this 25th day of August, 2005.
Ruth W. Attaway,
Clerk of Court
August 31; September 7, 2005


Legal Notice
Bid Notice
Notice is hereby given that the Blountstown Fire
Department will accept bids on the following
items:
10 SCBA air packs
15 Spare tanks
10 Spare masks
1 SCBA fill station with; compressor
and storage tanks. ,
All vendors are required to meet the specifica-
tions exactly. All bids must have an approximate
delivery date; short statement of service agree-'
ment and warranty conditions.
Specifications maybe obtained by contacting
City. Hall. 20591 Central Avenue West,
Blountstown, Florida, 32424.
All bids must be sealed and plainly marked
"Bids for" SCBA" and must be-reCeived no later
than 4:00.p.m. on Tuesday, September 13, 2005.,

to I-..j.. r a r u-, J n i .I r.: ,I Ir .J t.-. .-, :.[
the Fire Chief..
SSeptember7, 2005'


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S'J4I:'4:'66:So34ci~ :oq-:


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Chapter
373. Florida Statutes, the following application for
water use permit has been received by the
Northwest Florida Water Management District:
Application number I 06606 filed 08/19/2005
Timothy S. Mowrey. 4518 Lafayette Street,
Marianna. FL 32446
Requesting a maximum withdrawal of 1,500 gal-
lons per day from the Florida aquifer system-for
Public Supply use by an existing
facility.
General withdrawal location in talhoun.County .
Interested persons may object to or comment
upon the applications or'submit.a written request
for a copy of the staff report containing proposed
agency action regarding the application by writing
to the Division of Resource Regulation of the
Northwest Florida Water Management District,
attention Terri Peterson, 152 Water Management
Drive, Havana, Florida 32333-9700. but such
comments or requests must be received by 5
o'clock p.m., on, September 23, 2005.
No further public notice will be provided regard-
ing this application. Publication of this notice
constitutes constructive notice of this permit
application to all substantially affected persons.
A copy of the staff report must be requested in
order to remain advised of further proceedings
and any public hearing date.. Substantially affect-
ed persons, are entitled to request an-administra-
tive hearing regarding the proposed agency action
by submitting a written request, according to the
provisions of 40A-1.521, Florida Administrative
Code. Notices of Proposed Agency Action will be
mailed only to persons who have filed such
requests.
September 7. 2005


Legal Notice
PUBLIC AUCTION
Patu's Wrecker Service will hold a public auc-
i ,, ,:.i :i - r,, i .:. 30, 2005- at 10:00' am. (C.T.).
1973 Ford Pickup
Vin# F10YNR84290
Black in Color
Auction will bi. i-.. i i F ,il'- V'r-.:ier Service,
17311 N.E. Pear -rr', i E:...r,:.i:. TI 1Florida.


850-674-2796 Shop
850-674-9175 Home


Parrish Appliance, Heating & Cooling, Inc.

Servicing All Branao Factory Trained & Stale Certilied
17064 N.E. Moran Tucker Rd., Aliha. Florida

Refrigerators Stoves Dishwashers Ice Makers
Microwaves Washers Dryers Air Conditioning
Factor\n Authorzed WVarrantl Sen ices for GE. Whirlpool. & Frigldaire
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Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
Sept. 7. 2005


Legal Notice
PUBLIC AUCTION
Paul's Wrecker Service will hold'a public auc-


tion on September 23, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. (C.').
2000 Dodge Intrepid
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Gray in Color
Auction will be held at Paul's Wrecker Service,
17311 N.E. Pear Street. Blountstown, Florida.
Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right-.9
reject any and all bids.
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SFarm Construction Misc. Equipment
Saturday, Sept. 10, 9:00 a.m.
Hwy. 231 N. Campbellton, FL
Consignments Welcome
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850-263-0473
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BOATS & MOTORS
Boat motor 2001, 75HP Mercury, tilt and
Sim, SS prop plus trailer and boat.
3.000 firm; boat and 10HP Mercury,
S.1 000 firm. Call 674-2022.

I CARS & TRUCKS
Z 1993 Lincoln Towncar with new tires,
-teyless entry, 198,000 miles, $3250;
995 Toyola Camry XLE, sunroof,
75,000 miles, $3500. Call 674-1630.
S 1985 Chevy 4x4 SWB 350 auto,
.

TERRY
ENTERPRISES
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
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Licensed and Insured
Call for FREE Estimates
We Accept Major Credit Cards
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Academies Start: Jan. 26,2006
Application Deadline: Jan. 9, 2006
AL &GA residence
NO out of itate tuition
Call t850i 71.-2479 or 1i501 71 8-2286


IHelp Wanted
Shelton Turcking
Service, Inc.,
Altha, FL
is looking for person to fill
opening in the Clerical
Department. Applicant must
have strong communication
skills, ability to handle large
amounts of paperwork. Basic
computer skills helpful.
Interested persons may pick up
an application at our Hwy. 73
office.
Mail resume to P.O. Box 68,
Altha. FL, 32421.
Applicants must be available for
interview following complete
application, resume.
Applicantion'Resume may be
faxed to
850-762-3538.
Applicants must pass physical
and drug test. Shelton
Trucking
is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. Benefits include
Insurance and
401k retirement plan.


Flowmaster exhaust, 6 in. lift, Mickey
Thompson aluminum rims, 35, 14.50, 15
Thornburg tires, 93k original miles on
truck. I'm 3rd owner. Call (h) 850-352-
2621 or 850-573-2418 anytime.


FOR SALE
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted
china cabinet. $3K retail,' sell for $999.
850-425-8374.
NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, in unopened plastic. Must
sell, $125. 850-545-7112.
NEW Brand Name King Mattress Set,
$250, in factory plastic, warranty. 850-
425-8374.
NEW BEDROOM SET: 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 seti New in
toxes, sacrnice $550 850-222-7783.
SQueen mattress set double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty. $150. 850-
426-8374.
IMPEX weight bench, w*ih pulley sys-
tem and free-weight bench press.
Includes bench press bar and .some free
weights System is complete and in good
shape. For more information-call 674-
2757. $60.00 OBO.
Car hauler, 4 wheels and spare. 2 5/16"
hitch and electric tongue jack. Tool box,
dogs, and chain. $1200 firm. Call 674-
2022.

(5) antique pictures, daybed, sleeper,
tan ladies lounge chair, all $25 ea; Must
move quickly donations to. Red Cross.
Call 67-4-6142
207anWi'ahea TT-R 90 4 slr.:;ke e'xei-
i :nr,-,nalitih:,,n 900 Call 732.--90 after
5 p.m.
Antique piano with piano stool and big.
beveled mirror, all cheery wood, $500..;
antique armoire, cherry wood $250. Call
762-8773.
Furniture for sale: exercise bike, $25;
hunter green couch, $150; brown chair
w/ottoman. $75; 2 solid wood night
stands. $50, electric dryer, $75 old
Singer sewing machine. $100. boys cam-
Souflage fort bed. $100: dining room table
w/6 chairs hunter green and wood. $100.
blue recliner $50 Call 762-3894.



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

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

Please Call Billy Rogers
'With Any Questions at

800-847-6422


FREE PETS
Free to a good home. White female
bulldog. Very friendly. Call 762-2245,
leave message.
Young male cat born April 14, seeking
a loving home. White with tabby
spots/markings. Has had all vaccinations
including' rabies; de-wormed, defleaed,
very healthy, completely litter box trainer.
Very affectionate, would make a loving
companion and pet. Call 674-5257, all
calls returned.


PETS FOR SALE
White English Bulldogs, 1 male, 1 female;'
9 weeks old, $50. ea. Call 674-1947.


WANTED
Wanted: 1 acre with well or county
water and septic tank. Call 762-8773.


LOST & FOUND
Found: someone dropped.off a beauti-
ful, male, yellow lab. I think he is almost
grown and seems healthy. He would be


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good with kids and cats. I don't have the
time needed to spend with him. Wouldn't
you like to have him? Call 674-8755, ask
for Barb.
Attn: The woman who called The
.County Record a few weeks ago and said
she had found a dog with a collar, but no
tag, please call Amber at 447-0912 or
674-4313.

MOBILE HOMES
1992 14 x 80 mobile home, 2 bdr., 2
bath, mostly furnished, close to elemen-
tarv school and town. Asking payoff. Call
67-13338 or 237-2440 after 4:00:p.m.
2003 Cavalier mobile home, 3 bdr., 2
bath, 44 x 28 doublewide, sheetrock,
crown molding, Whirlpool appliances,
Delta faucets, porcelain sinks, ceiling
fans, 8x10 deck. Owner will move local-
ly. $54,000, will negotiate.


YARD SALES
SMulti-family garage sale Sat., 7:00 a.m..
until at the corner of Folsom and Main St.
Furniture, bathroom fixtures, palm pilot,
men's wedding band, girls clothing, birth:
to 8 yrs.;men's and ladies clothing, tow-
els sheets. toys kitchenware and much
more
Garage sale Sat 800 1200 Multi
Family at 20574 NE Lambert Si Cloihes.
misc items ernply computer cases
Yard sale, Fri & Sat. 8 00 unill 3:00
Computer printer lax machine water fil-
ters microwave and much more Hwy'
71 N. 5 miles nonn ofl Blountslown Call
674-8227

FOR RENT
For rent 2 bdr trailers semi-furnished
no pets 6744-011
RV trailers for rent, $75 $80 week
most utilities furnished. 2 bdr trailers
when available Call 674-4011


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R ta- fe BCCCoach's Corner
yg=--am Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD C o0I


Man, girl arrested
for breaking in home
on Charlie Johns
A Blountstown man was apprehended
last week after allegedly burglarizing a
home and committing sexual battery on a
minor girl who was with him.
Arrested was Mario Sanchez Faulk,
25.
According to the Blountstown Police
Department, Loyd Rowton came to the
police-department just after 10 a.m.
Thursday and reported he believed
someone was. in his home on Charlie
Johns Street. Rowton advised he had
been gone for the night and came home
to pick up some clothes when he noticed
a bicycle in the driveway and a door on
the north side. of the house forcibly


opened.
Ofc. Juiett Melvin and Maj. Rodney
Smith responded at the scene and found
Faulk, along with a juvenile girl, in a back
bedroom. The girl was only wearing a
shirt and was lying in bed with Faulk.
Rowton advised neither had permission
to be in his house. Both Faulk and the
female were transported to the BPD.
During an interview with authorities,
the girl admitted she had unprotected sex
with Faulk. She was taken to Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital and treated for sexual
battery.
Faulk was charged with burglary of a
structure, sexual battery with a minor,
and violation of probation. He remained
in custody at the Calhoun County Jail at
press time. The girl'was charged with bur-
glary of a structure and was turned over
to authorities in' Liberty County.

Steak salesmen


land behind bars,
Son theft charges


WILLIAM SHANE BLACK lougns as
he is being led into the Calhoun
County Jail on meth charges



Meth

m A Gaorade bottle and an eve
Sdropper with muriatic acid
Red Devil lye
A gallon size container with
a bilayer liquid
Other paraphernalia used to
consume. package. and manu-
facture meth
-------~iDihg the search of the
hcm _ny Bviynt r C_exp.oerO.d
to a chemical vapor from a bottle
containing muriatic acid. He
reportedly suffered from an
intense headache and nausea.
Black reportedly claimed own-
ership of all the items in the
meth lab and denied any:
belonged to his mother. However,
Sable's personal items were
reportedly found in the room,
and because she allegedly admit-
ted it was her bedroom, she was
also charged.
Black remains in custody at
the Calhoun County Jail. Sable
was released the following day
after posting a $4000 bond.





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A pair selling steaks from the back of.
a truck ended up behind bars on theft
charges Sunday.
Arrested were Clayton Eugene
Beugnot, 26; charged with burglary and
petit theft, along with Randall David
Houston, Jr., 26, charged with principal in
-the first degree to petit theft and violation
of state probation.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's, Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton was
dispatched to Martin, Sewell Road
Sunday afternoon just before 3:30 p.m.
after being advised that two men:were
selling meat products in a white Ford F-
150 truck with a freezer in the back While
at the home of Mark and Brandy Lolley on
Lolley :Lane; in Clarksville, the men
allegedly took a five gallon gas can that
was full of gas from the residence. Mark
Lolley advised the' Sheriff's Office dis-
patcher he was behind the truck on
Martin Sewell Road travelling at approxi-
mately 80 mph. Dep. Mark Mallory inter-
cepted Ihe vehicle on Porter Grade Road
andpulled it over.
The Lolleys were present during the
traffic stop and advised the suspects had
attempted to sell them meat while they
were at their nexi door neighbors' home
They watched as the men drove next
door to their house, knocked on the door,
and. when no one answered, Beugnot
allegedly looked around and took the gas
can The Lolleys' identified their gas can
in the back of Beugnot s truck
Both Beugnot and Houston were
laken to the Calhoun County Jail After
arriving al the lail. Steve Alday. Jr of Allha


came by and said he heard about the traf-
fic stop and advised the truck matched
the description of one driven by a man
that came to his house Aug. 29 selling
meat, then stole a can full of gas from his
carport. Alday identified Beugnot as the
man who came to his house. Alday's gas
can was then located in the back of the
truck.
Both men remained in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail at press time.

Traffic stop for
loud music leads
to drug arrest
A driver pulled over for allegedly play-
ing the radio too, loud landed in the
Calhoun County Jail last week on drug
charges.
Arrested was Adam Jesse Smith, 18,
charged with possession of methamphet-
amine and drug paraphernalia.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Bliss Moreau pulled
Smith's vehicle over on SR 20 East Aug.
'30 just before 9 p.m. He spoke with Smith
who reportedly stated several times that
the deputy had no probable cause to stop
him and denied that his music was too
loud. Dep. Moreau advised him that; in
addition to the music problem, the front
corner'lights on his carappeared to be
emitting blue light.
Dep. Eddie Dalton arrived for backup
assistance and Smith asked if he could
stand at the rear of the vehicle to see if he
could observe the problem with the lights.
Dep. Mvoreau consented to his request
but for officer safety, advised that he
would need to pal hm down to check for
weapons or illegal contraband. Smith
agreed. but his..demeanor reportedly
changed Dep Moreau noticed that his
eyes were glossy and pupils constricted
he was pacing and his knees.occasional-
ly lerked In addition he was allegedly
sweating profusely and declined to make
eye contact wiih Dep Moreau After
noticing how nervous Smith appeared
Dep Moreau asted for permission from
Smith to search mhe vehicle Smilh report-
edly avoided mte question, then asked
why he wanted to search the car
.Believing that Smith was trying to con-
ceal something. and after smelling burnt
marijuana coming from the car. the
deputies searched and found two glass
pipes with burnt residue in a compart-
ment under the radio, along with a vile
containing a crystal rock like material that
held tested positive for meth
Smith was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and was given a conditional
release the following day


players, they can only touch the
ball 4 or 5 times each. I guess
that is a good problem to have,
but it is a problem nonetheless.
Defensively, we just need to
continue to hit people like we
have been and cut down on a few
mistakes. We have played good
defense, but not dominating
defense because we continue to
have a breakdown somewhere
along the line. If we can cut out
mistakes on defense, we could
have a very good unit this sea-
son. Corey Silcox and Chance


Attaway have had a great year so
far at the two safety positions
and Jamie Willis has played very
good at linebacker. Both Chaz
Johns and Josh Savell have been
dominating on the defensive line.
If they can keep that up over the
next three weeks, we have a
chance to win all of those games.
We have a huge game this
week at home against North
Florida Christian. They have
four players who have been
offered Division 1 scholarships
so far and one player who is a


pre-season All American. We will
have to play our best game td
have a chance to win. I want tci
challenge our fans to be mores
spirited this week than they have
at any other game this year. We!
need your support and our play-4
ers really need your enthusiasni,
in the stands. We feed off you!
excitement and.we will need ai
"Home Field Advantage" this
week if we, are going to have a
chance to win. We hope to see
you at the game. GO
TIGERS!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Aug. 29: Timothy Blommel, failure to appear in court. Theresa Liebel domestic
battery; Amanda Mosley driving while license suspended or revoked violation of
probation
Aug. 30: Derek Dearman. driving while license suspended or revoked with
knowledge. Joshua Shellon driving while license suspended or revoked, failure
to appear in court: Tiffany R Byrd. battery Chandra Goodman, batery, Grayson
Tucker violation of probation Adam Jesse Smith, possession of meth Billy
SAustin Veazey, battery
Aug. 31: Jason F. Atkins, grand theft, fugitive from justice i
Sept. 1: Mario S. Faulk, burglary, sexual bakery violation of probation
Sept. 2: Jessie Roulac, driving while license suspended or revoked William
Shane Black, resisting arrest without violence. violation of probation. possession
of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia manufacture of meth Linda Sable
possession ol meih possession of drug paraphernalia manufacture of meth;
Billy Ray Ivory driving while license suspended or revoked
Sept. 3: Amy Clermons. DUI refusal. Rose O'Brian, violation of probation, driv-
ing while license suspended or revoked. Westley Williams possession ol less
than 20 grams of marnuana. Jess-e Sims. possession of less than 20 grams of
manluana: Arnold O'Brian. violation of probation
Sept. 4: Miguel Rungel. no valid drivers license. Carlwin Boozer driving while
license suspended or revoked Raymond Smith. driving while license suspend-
ed or revoked/felony Clayton Beugnoi burglary, petit theft. Randai Houston.
principal in the lirst degree to petit theft
Sept. 5: Roosevelt Peterson. driving while license suspended or revoked
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail over the
past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are consid-
ered innocent until proven guilty.


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(850)643-2221 (850)674-5900 (850)762-3417
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Bristol, Florida 32321 Blountstown, Florida 32424 Altha, Florida 32421 s
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