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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 14, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Calhoun -- Blountstown
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2005 N 99th Year, No. 2 [ BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


Man flees


deputies,

caught in


Pine island

BY KELLI PEACOCK
SNews Editor
A man who fled from authori-
ties last Tuesday afternoon was
apprehended in Pine Island after
Over an hourlong pursuit.
A-rrested was James Kirkland
SIIl, charged with fleeing and
eluding, felony possession of a
firearm, alteration or removal of
a firearm serial number, and
resisting arrest \without violence.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office. Maj.
Roman Wood received a up that
Kirkland was in possession of a
Large quantity of cocaine and
Should be traveling north on Hwy.
69 in a black Chevy SS Impala.
Inv. Michael Bryant went to Hwy.
69 North and spotted Kirkland
speeding by. Inv. Bryant pulled
behind Kirkland and reportedly
clocked him at over 90 mph
while trying to initiate a traffic
stop.
Kirkland eventually pulled
over on Cedar Street in Pine
Island. While processing his
license and speaking with
Kirkland outside his car. Inv.
,Bryant asked to search the vehi-
cle and Kirkland denied his
See SUSPECT FLEES, page 10


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MoE HELP IS ON THE WA


HELP FOR HURRICANE KATRINA victims continues to pour in with Calhoun ond Liberty county residents rallying to the cause. Above (from
left) Norman Hall of Bristol Assembly of God Eric Bryant of tne Calhoun Co. Sneriff s Office, Tonya Six of Harvey's, Nell Bryant of Bristol
Assernbly of God Daniel Reed of Ramsev Pigglv Wiggly Pastor Myrna Cornley of Bristol Assemnbl of God. and Charles Morris of the
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JOBS-TO FOLLOW


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Military center plans progress


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce members were
recently introduced to Tom
Powell of Advanced Training
Services, the company bringing
a military training center to our
conmrmunity.
Powell said ATS' motto is.
Send us your best. ,e'll make
them better. "We prepare [sol-
diers] to go to hostile environ-
ments," he explained. "They
stomp around Ft. Bragg and
experience redundancy. They
need trairnig facilities that are
realistic to the environment
they are going in. That's what
we're going to create for them."
A quiet community like
Calhoun County provides the
perfect locale for such a facili-
ty. Powell, noted. "There's no
nightlife here so, basically, they


can focus on what they're here
to do."
Utilizing a remote 70-acre
site in Altha off Flatwoods
Road. the training center will
provide barracks for 100 stu-
dents, on-site meals. classroom
facilities, and offices. The rivers
and swamps in the region will
provide the perfect backdrop
for outdoor training exercises.
"Virtually every type of training
solution we could come up with
here, except snow skiing."
Powell noted.
Logan Barbee, the Calhomn
County Extension Director who
knew Powell through his mill-
tary service. stated, "These are
quiet professionals that
shouldn't cause a problem."
Powell added. "We want to
have a good working relation-
ship with everybody all up and
down the count'."


l. Illl, R Mi~'.
CHAMBER PRESIDENT VICKI MONTFORD speaks with Tom Powell of
Advanced Training Services and Logan Barbee, County Extension
Director after their presentation at the last Chamber meeting.


SSerrina Dawson


Crowned Miss LCHS


during homecoming

It was a Bulldog-style homecoming over in Liberty
County last week! One of the highlights of festivities
Pwas the crowning of Miss Liberty County High School.
Serrina Dawson. The daughter of Deborah Lane and
Lawrence Dawson, Serrina is a senior at LCHS. She
was crowned during halftime of the junior varsity
football game on Thursday night.
Other activities included the homecoming parade
on Friday. followed by the homecoming game Friday
night. The Bulldogs defeated Bozeman, a team from
Panama City.
For more homecoming highlights, turn to page 9 of
this issue. In addition, more homecoming photos are
available on our website at www.thecountyrecord.net
(click on photos).


IVAN TORNADOES

Locals appear

on episode of

Storm Stories'

tonight, Sunday

FROM THE WEATHER CHANNEL
Though Hurricane Ivan is
only hours off shore, a group of
Florida residents face a more
immediate danger as tornadoes
spawned by the powerful hurri-
cane tear into their community'.
On Wednesday. September 14
at 8:00 and 11:00 p.m. ET. Thq
Weather Channel tells the story
of a family caught in the torna-,
do's wrath in this premiere
episode of Storm Stories.
With powerful Hurricane Ivanr
looming in the Gull of Mexico,
meteorologist Jason Kelley of,
WJHG in Panama City, FL. knew
that tornadoes were possible:
but even he was amazed when
the station's tower camera
caught one in its view. He was
also well aware that it could alsd
be only one of many, and he was
right as Ivan would become the
most prolific tornado producing
hurricane on record.
In Florida alone. Ivan
spawned 18 tornadoes. includ-
ing the one that bore down on
15-year-old Tiffany Lawrence
and her family in Blountstown.
Though they felt prepared foe
'Hurricane Ivan. little could have
helped them when a tornado
picked up their mobile home:
tossing it more than a hundred
feet onto the home of a neighbor.
In this new episode of Storm
Stories. The Weather Channel
shares the story as told by
Tiffany. her grandmother, and
her Lnclc...all rtcouiiling tha
terrifying night one year ago
when tragedy struck their family
and their community.
Storm Stories "Ivan Tornado"
airs on Wednesday. September
14, at 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. CT
and again on Sunday,
September 18. at 7:30 and 10:30
p.m. CT on The Weather
Channel. Jim Cantore. a veter-
an field reporter and on-camera
meteorologist at The Weather
Channel. serves as the pro-
gram's host. Viewers are
encouraged to find out more
about Storm Stories by visiting
www.weather.com/stormstories.


Car Show to be

held Sept 24
For-the third year in a row. the
Calhoun County Sheriffs Office
is hosting a "Classic Car & Street
Rod Show" set for Saturday,
September 24. in the Calhoun
County Courthouse parking lot.
All proceeds will benefit the
"Christmas for the Children"
project.
The event will be a top 40,
open show that will be judged. To
enter your vehicle in the show,
See CAR SHOW, page 10



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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 14, 2005, Page 2


WAKULLA BANK OFFICIALS HELD A GROUNDBREAKING ror their ne.v Brirst.dl Branch o:nr, S 20 Ea;t Frido, rr-icrning Folks from both siJde' o the btriJge
came out to celebrate the occasion, Above (from left) Dr. Gerald Bryant, Chairman of the Board for Wakulla Bank, Vice President Vicki Monhford,


and President Walter C. Dodson tu
Sperry Construction has the contract on the job with Joe King iri charge


construction. The facility is expected to be completed within six month nr
of the project.

Altha Heritage
Ti -1 BT ... 1 0 1 di


Altha's Fourth Annual
Heritage Celebration will be held
Nov. 18-19 at the :,Altha
Recreational Complex.
S.The event will kickoff with a
bog-in on6 No.. 18. Gates will
open at 5 p.m. with the bog-in at
7 p.m. Arts and crafts vendors
are also invited to participate
that evening.
The following day. Nov. 19,
festivities begin at 8 a.m. with
arts and crafts, food, an antique
car show, and an antique tractor
show and pull.
For information on reserving a
booth space, or to enter the bog-
in or car show, contact AItha
Town Hall at 762-3280.'


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NEIGHBORS PULLED TOGETHER Frijci, maorn ing to help the BIouuntstov,'n
Fire Department bqrtle a blaze at me norne.of Stephen and. Lucy
r.ljothe...s on Trcrrr.:i Dry..e. The' home; o.\neaJ b. Hartie Solomon, was
a total Ics-.. Fortunately, the Motthe..s famril, was rot home when the
fire broke cut It is belie eei to b fthe result of an electrical problem.
Fire Chief Ben Hall thanks the neighbors for their assistance


Kimbrel-Duncan
The Kimbrel-Duncan Reunion
will be held on Saturday. Sept.
17, at the home of Alvin and
Wretha Webb.
Bring your favorite dish. Meat,
ice, and paper goods will be pro-
vided.
For more information, contact
Wretha at 762-3813 or Karen at
762-8814.


NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION #
Notice is hereby given that the annual City Election in and for the
City of Blountstown, Florida, a Municipal Corporation, is called to
be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2005. The following officers will
be elected for two-year terms.

S ITY COUNCILMAN, WARD 1
(currently held by Clifford Jackson)
CITY COUNCILMAN, WARD 2
(currently held by Janie Boyd)

The qualification period opens Monday, October 3, 2005 at 12:00
p.m .and closes Friday, October 7, 2005, at 12:00 noon.

Candidates must submit a qualification form and fee of $$30.00 at.
City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida
BY: R. W. Deacon, Mayor
ATTEST: Jimmy W. Hand, City Manager/Engineer .


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Tonya Forbes and Marcus Worrell

Tonya Forbes will


wed Marcus Worrell


Daniel Richard Stanley and Jessica Lynn Buchanan

Buchanan, Stanley


to speak vows Oct. 8
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Jessica Lynn BuchAnan of
Blountstown.. and Daniel
Richard Stanley of Hosford are
proud to announce their firal
wedding arrangements.
The ceremony is scheduled
for Saturday, October 8, at
First, Baptist C h u rc h in


Blountsto-ini at 4:00 p.m.
Dinner andl dancing \iill inimme-
diately follow at the Veterans
Memorial Civic Center in
Biistol.
All friends and family miem-
bers are invited to attend this
special occasion.


Sellers celebrate

70th anniversary

-Saturday, 2 to
Mr.and Mrs. Spurgaeon Seller
request the pleasure of youi
company at an open house t(
celebrate their 70th wedding
anniversary on Saturday
September 17th from 2:00 until
4:00 p m. at Christian Homt
Free-ill Baptist Church.
The church is located a
19244 SE State Road 69
BlountstoAni. The couple request
no eifts and dress casual.


Email us! news@thecountyrecord.net


Ronnie and Teresa Forbes of
Clarksville proudly announce the"
engagement of their daughter,
Tonya, to Marcus Worrell of
Clarksville. He is the son of Greg
and Jody Layfield of Clarksville
and Ronnie and Jacqueline
Worrell of Bristol.
The bride-elect. is the, grand-
daughter of James and Kathleen
Pullen of Grand, Ridge, the late
Coy Gene Brown of Blountstown,
and the late Percy and Yvonne
Forbes of Grand Ridge.
Tonya is a 2005 graduate of


Blountstown High School and is
presently employed-by Lowe's of
Marianna.'
The groom's grandparents are
"Shot" and Velma Layfield of
Kinard, the late Stanley and
Louise Balcerak of Blountstown
and "Bully" :and Ann Dekle of
Bristol. ..
NMarcus graduated from
BlountstoNin High School in
2003 and is seninf in the Army
National Guard.
, A 'wedding date will be'
announced at a later time,.


Healthy Start Board


meets today 11-1


The Panhandle Area Health
Network (PAH-N) has/the follow-
ing meeting schedule for the
month of September.
The Network is a non-profit
corporation of health care
providers working to strengthen
the health care system in
Calhoin, Holmes; .Jackson.
liberty and Washington coun-
ties. Locations of the eeti'igs
are alternated among the fi\'e
counties and all meetings are
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Fetal and Infant Morality
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All area Red Hat Society groups are invited to attend a Red Hal
Luncheon set for Friday, September 30, at 11:30 a.m. CT. The event
will be held at the Panama City Country Club located at 100 Country:
Club Drive in Lynn Haven. Reservations are required as space is lim-'
ited and should be received no later than Friday,-September 23.
The cost is $16 per person and checks should be made out to Angie,
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tIATHARINE (KATE) P. SCHULZ
Mrs. Katharine (Kate) Schulz,
%Iorp July 1, 1914, in
[IMinneapolis, MN passed away
;August 13, 2005 in Ithaca, New
6York. Kate resided in Altha for
pany years.
She is survived by her loving
Zons: Stephen E. Henwood and
Sile. Glenna, of Marianna, and
avid E. Henwood and wife,
Race of Ithaca; a brother,
*Stephen M. Parrish of Ithaca;
and several nieces, grand nieces
'~and nephews. Kate was preced-
ed in death by her parents,
'Wayland M. and Greeta Parrish,
her husband, Alex, and her
,beloved grandson, David E.
Ihenwood; II, who died in May,
999
Kate was a talented artist and
;aught school in Blountstown for
.many years. After retirement,
she taught art to adults in both
Blountstown and Ithaca.
A private memorial .service
was held in Ithaca, New York on
'September 10, 2005.
HILL DONALD SNIPES
Mr. Hill Donald Snipes, age
Z3, of Bristol, FL died Saturday,
.eptember 10, 2005 at his home.
Mlr. Snipes was born on May 3,
1932 in Moultrie, GA and had
lived in Liberty County for 30
years. Donald was retired from
the United States Marine Corps'
with 24 years of service. He was
veteran of the Korean and
Vietnam Conflicts. He was of the
Baptist Faith.
Survivors include' his wife,
Shelby (Bateman) 'Snipes of
Bristol; two sons: Donny Ray
Snipes and his wife, Connie of
Alexandria, LA, Ronny. David
Snipes and his wife, Jovon of
Bristol; one daughter, Cynthia
Reese and her husband, ,Greg of
Bristol; one brother, Melvin
Snipes of Sale City, GA; four sis-
ters: Lorene Hollway of Moultrie,
GA, Dorothy Mae Hand of Cairo,


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Our Problems Are Achieving
an Eternal Glory for Us
Text: 2 Cor. 4:16-18
,,- : .' .
"I ask'4d for sirengtn mnal I mignt
achieve;
He made me weak that I might obey.
I asked for health that 1. might do
greater things .
I was given grace thar I might do bet-
ler irhnqs
I asked lor riches inalt '' might be
happy
I was given poverty that I might be
wise
I asked for power that I might have the
praise of men
I was given weakness that I might feel
the need ot God
i I asked tor all things that I might enloy
' ife.
I was given Iile thal I might enjoy all
Things
I received nothing thal I asked oIr. all
that I hoped for
My prayer was answered
-PLa. Lee T3.,
Everyone has problems Even faithful
Christians have problems There are
many different reasons We sin God
builds our character God teaches us so
we can help others God rescues us so
people will glorify Him. God teaches us to
depend on Him We have problems sim-
ply because we live in a wicked world
The question is nol whether or not you
will have problems but how will you
respond to them? Will you respond in
laith and use your problem as an oppor-
tuniry to grow inlo Ihe person God wants
you to be?
Look past your present circumstance
to the result of your test 3o faith \'our
problems are helping you achieve an
eternal glory that tar outweighs all of your
problems it you respond in the right way
"So l.x Iyouri eyes not on what is
seen, but on what is unseen For what is
seen is temporary but what is unseen is
eternal iIVi '
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GA and Montive Corbin of
Watkinsville, GA; four grandchil-
dren: Alexis Andrea Dube,
Joanna Snipes, Eric David
Snipes and Cassie Anna Snipes.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, September 13, 2005 at
11:00 a.m. (EDT) from the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Jack Strader officiating.
Interment followed in the
Mitchum Cemetery in Bristol.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723
Mahan Center Blvd.,
Tallahassee, FL 32308.
All arrangements were .under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, FL 32424.

MALE MAYO WILLIFORD
TAYLOR
Ms... Mable Mayo Williford
Taylor, age 85, of Altha passed
away Monday, September 5,
2005. She was surrounded by
her family and the staff at the
Manor at at Bluewater Bay, who
had cared for her for the past 10
years. Our beloved "Nannie" was
an amazing woman. In her pres-
ence, no one was ever hungry, or
unloved.' We know that sheais in
Heaven rejoicing in her reunion
with our loved ones. and making
buttermilk pies to welcome the
family and friends she left
behind.
Ms. Taylor was, preceded .in
death' by her parents, Dan and.
.Stella Mayo: brother. Pebble,
Mayo: husband. Olan Williford;
second husband. L.C. Taylor
son, Olan Deleon Williford and
grandson. Michael Murph\. ,
She is surnived by her daugh-
ter and son-in-law. Carolyn and
JT Murphy of Ft. Walton Beach;
-daughter-in-law. Lois Williford of
Altha: granddaughter.. Michelle
Murphy McCann and her hus-
band, Greg of Shalimar; grand-
daughter;, Lor Wil liford Baggett
and her husband Brent of Altha;
grandson, Jessus Williford of
Destin; great-grandson, Max
McCann, and great-granddaugh-
ter. Mia McCann.
Funeral. services for Ms.
Taylor were held, at 2:00 p.m.,
Thursday, September 8, 2005 at
the Altha United Methodist
Church.. Burial 'followed in Mt.
.Olive Cemetery near Altha.
Hall Funeral Home in Altha
Was in charge of the arrange-
mehts. S50-762-3965.'-
DARLENE SEVERANCE
Mrs. Darlene Severance, 65, of
Bristol, died Monday morning,
September 12, 2005, at the
Parthenon Health and Rehab
Center in Blountstown.
Mrs. Severance was born on'
May 18. 1940. in Meeker.
Colorado. and had lived in Bristol
for the past 27 years. conlng
from Michigan. She worked as a
librarian for several years includ-
ing 18 years in Liberty County.
Darlene Was a member of the
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
witnessess in Blountstovn.
Survivors include her hus-
band. Frank Severance. of
Bristol: two sons. Rand\
Severance of Apalachicola and
Todd Severance of Havana: one
Daughter. Jill Severance of
Bristol: four sisters. Denise
School of Polk City. De-vonna
MNorden of Winter Garden. Anna
:Mae Gibbs of Tyron. NC. and
Joan Parnsh of Weaverville, NC;
seven grandchildren: and tvwo
great-grandchildren. '
Funeral senices \\ill be held
Friday. September 16, at 3 p.m.
EDT at the Pea\v Funeral Home
Chapel in Blountstow\-n. The fam-
ily .will receive friends Fnday.
Sept. 16. from 2 p.m EDT until
senice time at 3 p.m. EDT.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Marlin Peavy -it
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown. ph. 674-2266.


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Fall Inspiration Day
Saturday at Oak Terrace

Oak Terrace Mennonite
Church will host the annual "Fall
Inspiration Day" conference on
Saturday, September 17, from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m.'
Rita Rodgers, ARNP, will be
the speaker. There will be
singing, testimonies,, commun-
ion, lunch, and lots of fun.
The theme this year is "Praise
in the Panhandle" and women
from as far south as Homestead
and as far n6rth-as Anderson,
South Carolina, are expected to
attend. Advance registration is
required. Call Diane Ivy at 674-
4516 for more info.
TTnimtnminn Sinndanv nat


Saturday, September 24, at 6
p.m. featuring the Gateway
Messengers from Blountstown
and other local singers.
The church is located two
miles north of Wewa on Hwy. 71.
For further information, contact
Bro. Bob Davis at 674-8447 or
Bro. Eddie Causey at 639-6191.

Cobb Family in concert
at Abe Springs Baptist

Abe Springs Baptist Church
will feature The Cobb Family
from Cottondale on Saturday,
September 17, at 6:00 p.m. CST.
The church is located at
13913 SW.CR 275. in
Blountstown. Everyone is, cor-
dially'invited to this gospel sing.
For more info, call 674-5880.


J.JLVAVVIjLJLSe UJlL~VJ U 7
Magnolia Baptist Church
Brother Ali preaching at


Magnolia Baptist Church will,
be celebrating homecoming on
Sunday, September 18. Services
start at 10:45 a.m. ,with Mike
Sullivan as 'guest speaker.
Dinner \\ill follow the service
\ith singing by The Webbs after
lunch.
The church' is' located at
1644S NW Mainolia Chutrch
Road ini Blountstown. All are wel-
come.

Gateway Messengers will
perform at New Ha.vest


-'New,
Assembly
monthly


Harvest -Fellowship
of God announces its'
gospel sing on


Card of thanks
We wish to express our sincere!
thanks to all friends, neighbors.
and relatives. for their prayers;
food, flowers, '.-iits'and support
during the loss of our beloved
mother, sister and grandmother.
Your: kindness 'and s-nlpathy is
deeply appreciated and will
al avs be remembered.
The Le Vera \Wv\' Family

EEBI[iBl];l


Camphead Lighthouse

At Camphead LichthoIse,
Church, Bro Ali will be reaching
on Saturday, September 17th at.
7:00 p.m. Sunday services will
be held at 11:00 a.m. and 6:00
Sp.m.. The church is located on
H\wv. 274 N., 6 miles. from
Shelton Store. For more infor-
mation call 674-2515.

Manna Ministries closed
in Sept. due to Katrina

Manna Ministries will not be
opened thi-s month''due to the


PROFESSIONALL SERVICE
For A Frienry Quote Call
674-5333
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fact that our food supplier is con-
centrating all of it's efforts and
resources on the victims of
Hurricane Katrina. We are sorry
for this inconvenience, and will
notify the public about our sta-
tus next month.

Banquet, services set to
honor Pastor Sheard


We,. the officers and members
of Prayer Chainers Mission of
God, are filled with joy to
announce our Pastor's anniver-
sary. It is with great humility
that we enact this labor of love to
honor our pastor and overseer,
Elder Geraldine B. Sheard, for 25
years of her tireless efforts to
mobilize the mission, progress
the vision and prepare souls for
the soon coming King.
We hope that you 'cai come
and worship the Lord 'in the
beauty of Holiness 'during our
pastor's -anniversary. The e@ttes
of the anniversary are Sept. 18-
25 and will convene at our:sanc-
tuary: iin the Hughi Creek
Community on cDanliel Road.
Servces begin at 6 p.m. Monday
through Saturday\. and Sunday,
Sept. 25. at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Expected. visitorss ;include:
Sunday. Sept. 18, 11 a.m..
Evaneelist Isaiah Morgani.
Nlarianna and Karenr Well,
Quincy: 3 p.n. Bishop J. Carroll
of. New Jerusalem Church of
God. Dothan, and Elouise Jones
. of Tabernacle Praise,
Thomasville: '6 p.m. Dr. C.L.
S\\ilson, St. Mary Mi.B. Church.
:Monday. Sept. 19, 6 p.m.:
Elder Tracy Baker, Church of
Christ Wi-itten in Heaven; Bishop
Ezell Clark. 1Panama City:
Brother Bledsoe, Blountsto\n:
and Rev, Angus Jackson, .
Friendship AME Church,
Chattahoochee.
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 6 p.m.:
Pastor Gonzaleus Saints
Temple, Blountstown;. Elder
Clarence Rich, Jr., :Neal's
Temple, Havana: Elder Vernice'
Martin; Body of.Christ Outreach.
Ministry; and Rev. Raymond
Dudley, Rocrkville Missionary


Baptist Church.
A Patriotic Banquet will be
held in 'honor of Pastor Sheard
and in memory of her.husband,.
Mr. Charles E. Sheard (Billy) on
Sunday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. at
the Veterans Memorial Civic
Center in Bristol. Tickets are $10
for adults, $5 for children 7 and
under. Contact Mother Marjorie
Peterson at 674-3449 or
Missionary Ruby Davis at 674-
8668 for more details.


In Loving Memory of.
James H. (Bull)
& Leigh Marshall
S'epiturber 15, 2004



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No farewell words were
spoken. No time say-
good-bye. You were gone
before we knew it and
only God knows why.
It's been a year since God
saw fit to take you home,
but it seems like only
yesterday. The pain and
Shurt of losing you is still
,as strong as it was a year
ago. We will never stop
loving you or missing
you. And to you Bull.
Happy Birthday.
September 21st.
From your Loving
Families
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For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


lUsansrc W BBlountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals ,


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Morning W.'rship....11:00 A~ i
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Exciting Worship................................. 1:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship.........................6:00 PM
-, Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM

l oe' Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
:''. and Main Street in Blountstown

First Baptist Church
Helping peoplefollow tl iihew fooitstep c'i nhrist


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SA PlaceWhere. .We,
; REJOICE in God s Grace, RENEW our hears n God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
'20500 Central Ave. West 50-674-8254
Blountstown, Florida 850-674-3144
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St. Mary Missionary

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


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15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla..
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worsliip 11:06 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 14,2005, Page 5
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Fish fry Oct. 7 will



benefit Sr. Citizens


S Happy 5th Birthday!
Erin Lynn celebrated her fifth
i bIrtdnay on Sept 11. She is the
'daughter of Michael and Loretta
.Lynn. Grandparents include
. Wayne and Betty Lynn of Aiiha.
Marilyn Goodwir and the, late
Jerry M. Goodwin ,.of
Wewohitchka HIppv pBirthday,
Erin!


Calhoun County Senior
Citizens will be sponsoring a Fish
Fry Fund Raiser 'on Friday,
October 7. So call now to reserve
one of these delicious meals.
The plates will include:
Catfish Fillet, Cole Slaw, Baked
Beans, Hush Puppies & Dessert
(we give large servings) all for
$6.00., We \\ill deliver. The.pro-
ceeds will go to Calhoun County
Senior Citizens to be used for
matching grant funds. ,
STo place an order you may do
so by calling 674-4163 or fax

Early Education


Happy 6th Birthday!
Siearra Lynn celebrated her
sixth birthrdac on Sept. 9. She is the
daughter of Michael and Loretta
Lvnn Grandparents '. include
Wayne and Betty Lynn of Altha,.
Marilyn Goodwin and the late'
Jerry M. .Goodwin of
We.Aohitchka Happy Birthday.
Siearra '


your order to 674-8384. You can
also come by the Senior Citizens
office at 16859 NE.Cayson
Street, Blountstown or stop by
the Old Piggly Wiggly parking lot
on Hwy. 20 (we will have plates
at both locations). Remember -
delivery is available.
All proceeds will,go to benefit
Calhoun County Senior Citizens.
Thank you for your support of
your Senior Citizens Association.

Pancake, sausage

breakfast Saturday

at the Dixie Lodge


meeting Sept. 19 A Pancake & Sausage
SBreakfast \ilS be held Saturday.
Early Education and Care, September 17, from 7:00 9:00
Inc. will hold their board meeting a.m. at Dixie Lodge, 16th Street.
on Monday. Sept. 19, at 10:00 Blountstown.
CDT in the ECC-Training Room It's "ALL YOU CAN EAT" for
1, Panama City. only S4.00 The delicious break-
The tentative agenda will fast includes ice cold orange
include ELC Timelines and juice, pancakes with syrup,
Re1vsed Corporate Documents. sausage and coffee.
For additional information, con- Come early Saturday and
tact Early Education and Care, enjoy good food and great fellow-
Inc. at 872-7550, ext. 2246. ship with your friends.


FUN FOR EVACUEES-The Chipola College Student Activities Office
recently donated several gallons of boiled peanuts to hurricane evac-
uees housed at Blue Springs Assemblv in Ivlarionna Pictured are-
Non., Jonnson, Cnipolo Student Activities Director a pair of Baptist
volunteers and Rance Mvassengill Chipola Pool Manager.

SUBS C .EONAY Cal740,


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Happy 4th Birthday!
Abigail Glisson turned 4 years
on Saturday' September 10th. She
celebrated her birthday on
Sunday September Ith at
Tugaloo State Park in Georgia
Abigail is the daughter of Re,
Mike and Tina Glisson of Toccoa
GA. Her grandparents are Aaron
and Juanita Ivlathis or Altha. and
Clarence anrd Lono Glisson of
Telogia.
Abigail enjoys going to her bal-
let class, reading and s.vnging on
her Svna set


Happy 6th Birthday!
Desiree Melton celebrated her
6th birthday on September 10th
She is the daughter of Shiri Smith
,of Altha and Jerry Melton of
Altha Desiree celebrated with
day of fun, shopping and a dinner
at Mikato's In Panama City with
her friends and family She enjoys
ballet, dressing up and going to
school (sometimes).
I love you Desiree, tole lMother'


Happy 5th Birthday!
Baileigh will celebrate her fifth
birthday on September 13th She
-is the daughter of Patrick O'Neal
and Jeremy and Wendy Ridley.
.Balleigh is also the little sister of
'Bryce O'Neal Her grandparents
'are Wencv d Smith Larry and
Jackie Smith Brenda and Charles
O'Neal and Dee and Kathy
i Ridley. Baileigh's great grandpar-
ents are Lovell Terry and Iris Smith.
Baileigh attends Altha School.
'She enjoys getting her way and
being the boss
Baileigh we all love you so very
much. Happy Birthday love
Mommy. vMr. Jeremy and Bryce.



Happy 4th and Ist Birthday!
Montana Harris. daughter of
Cathy Owens and Robbie Harris
of Bristol will celebrate her 4th
birtndav on Tuesday, September
13th She is the granddaughter of
Alice Scott of Mt. Pleasant.
MaOwell and Donna White of
Greensboro and David and Katie
Owens of Bristol She has two
brother Joke Harris and Colby
Oens of Bristol.
Abigail Owens daughter of
Dewayne and Catrhy Owens will
celebrate her 1st birtncay on
Saturday Septerrber I7tn She is
the granddaughter of Max',vell
n.r-I. L' ri ri.n .- \ i rot .. r----r-,;T..r.-
anrd iDavilandn Katie C)ens Srhe
'has ene brother. Colby Owens .
They'll enjoy a party together
Sbturda', September 17th at
home with friends and family


Happy 1st Birthday!
Brady Tomlinson celebrated his
1st birthday on August 26th He is
the son of Marc and Janet
Tomlinson of Blountstown His
grandparents are Quentin and
Cheri Henderson. and John and
Chris Tormlinson. all of Blountstown
He celebrated his birthday with a
Bob the Builder party attended
by many family and friends
Brady enjoys playing with his
cousins and wrestling with his
'daddy


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Lady Cats fall to Blountstown;


host Sneads Thursday at 4:00


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Altha Lady Wildcats lost a close
district match to their in-county rivals, the
Blountstown Lady Tigers, last week.
BHS came calling Thursday and
,defeated Altha, 17-25, 20-25, 25-23, 19-
, 25. Leaders for Altha were Angela Byler
'with three points, two aces, two kills, 23


assists, and a dig; Mary Mclntosh with
five points, two aces, eight kills, and a
block; and Cherie Hires with seven
points, two aces, an assist and a dig. Joy
Capps contributed five kills and 10
assists. Ashley Adkins offered three kills
and a block. Tory Lipford provided nine
points and a dig. Sylvia Bodiford added
seven points. Kathryn Nichols had three
points. Tiffany Betts brought in one point,
a kill, and a dig.


. Tigers 2-1; will



face Chipley Thurs.


i BY COACH BOBBY JOHNS
On Thursday night, August 25, the
-2005 edition of the JV Fighting Tigers
:showed their teeth against the Port St.
Joe Sharks with a 32 28 win at Bowles
Field. This was the opening game of their
"season and it set the tone for the'Varsity
-to play St. Joe on Friday night.
The Tigers opened the scoring when
-Malcolm Ivory returned the opening kick-
.off 83 yards for a touchdown. Jared Lilly
was successful on the 2 point conversion:
-and the score was now 8 0 Tigers. In
.the second quarter, Matt Vincent recov-.
:ered a fumbled punt snap in the endzone
-for a touchdown. Malcolm Ivory scored
;on the two point conversion. In the third
-quarter, A.K. Fain scored on a 55 yard
,touchdown run. Jared Lilly converted for
.two points tofollow. Finally, in the fourth
Quarter, Josh Godwin caught a 45. yard
touchdown pass from. Jared Lilly.
"Christian Smith scored the two point cori-
,version to finish off the scoring.
" Defensively, the leading lacklers for
-the Tigers were Malcolm Ivory with 12 19
:solc, 3 assist) and Nick Hauversburk with
111 (4 solo, 7 assist). Also having a great
-night on defense was Demarco Johnson,
'Brad Terry,. Jeremy Watson, and'A.K.
-Fain who all had nine tackles. Matt
:.Vincenl also played a very good game
Smacking some outstanding tackles for
.losses and recovering the fumble for a
TD.
SOn September 1st, the JV Tigers'
,defeated Holmes County High School by
a score of 32 7. :This brought their
record to 2 0. Matt Vincent and Ronnie.
SVanLierop both had touchdown catches
Sand Malcolm Ivory and A.K. Fain scored
rushing touchdowns. 'Jared Lilly played
-,an outstanding game for the Tigers as did
:'freshman Demarco Johnson.
SThe offensive line lor the JV Tigers
.-has done a greal job this season. Shane
"Balley, Ricky Mercer, Wesley Newsomie.
*Bradley Tucker, and Jeremy Walson
have played very well and are improving
-every week. Josh Godwin, HeatBailey,.
and Dillon Burke have aoie a good lob at
wide receiver


SWell, "How about those TIGERS'!"!'"
'Many people probably thought I was
"crazy when I scheduled North Florida
,Christian this season, but I knew we
needed to improve the level oi compeln-
S.lion for our program to move to Ihe next
,level.
'. The "REAL" Tigers showed up last
-.week and played a great game to give us
"the win. After they returned the opening
.*kickoff for a touchdown, the excitement
%had quickly wore olf.
Everyone in the crowd was silent.
-Adam Edwards sustained a separated
,elbow and we were down 7 0 wilt only
*16 seconds off the clock. It was time tor
'us to see what we were really made of.
:'We had to find the passion to take the ball
.and drive it down the field and answer
.their score We did that!
SOur kids showed great pride in taking
control of that game and playing very
*good after the opening score. We had a
"gameplan on defense that we were will-
-Ing to give up a few yards rushing and not
.allow them to throw the football Our plan
-worked, they only had 10 yards passing
-with two Division 1 recruits at receiver. I
:did not like the fact that we allowed
Marcus Sims to run for 150 yards, but
they were not patient enough torun the


Defensively for the Tigers, Nic
Hauversburk,.. Jeremy Watson, Matt
Vincent, and Brad Terry have played very
well on the defensive line. Demarco
Johnson, Lance Clemons, Ricky Mercer,
and A.K. Fain have matured at linebacker
and are becoming good players for us.
Malcolm Ivory, Chase Johnson, Dillon
Burke, Jared Lilly, and Heath Bailey have
all done a great job in pass coverage and
have been making some 'great plays/for
us. This was a great win for the young
Tigers as they prepared for the Vernon
Yellow Jackets.
The Vernon Yellow Jackets handed
the JV Tigers Ineir first loss last Tuesday
by a score of 28 8 The game was much
closer than the score indicated with it
'being 12 8 with only about six minutes
remaining 'n [he grram.
The Tigers missed several opportuni-
'ties in the first half to scoresome valu-
able points but came away with only one
touchdown. Those missed opportunities
came back to haunt the Tigers s Vernon
scored iwo late Iouchdowns to seal the
game.
Due to ihe varsily playing NFC on
Friday and the game being on a Tuesday
night, the varsity slah was unable to
attend the. game. I would like to com-
mend Coach Emory Home. and Coach
Patrick Pratt for their hard work and ded-~
Sication this season. They have done an
outstanding job so far and they did a
great lob giving the boys a chance to win
.last Tuesday night. With some breaks
going our way we could have come away
wiln a win even though the score looked
much worse, The players are also to be
commended tor their effort in the loss and
hopefully they will learn trom their mis-
takes and finish the season with two
more victories against Chipley and
Freeport.
There are no more home JV games
this season. I hope some of you will Irav-
el to Chipley this week as the JV Tigers
lace Chipley on Thursday at 6:00. They
need .yJDur..,support just as the varsity
do ie hope to see you at mte game
GO TIGERFi'"


football all night. In the end though. it
was BHS with 450 yards of ontense and
NFC 228. I wll lake numbers like those
anytime.
I am so proud of our kids and rne
etfon Ihey snowed Friday night and I am
Also very worried aboul the injuries we
.sustained. T C. Copeland and Adam'
Edwards are very doubiul this week and
Jamie Willis and Chance Attaway are
Questionable. It we can gel some of our
kids back on the held, I will sure feel bet-
ter about ihe game. % .
;This week, we play.the best football
team we have played since I ha'e been
at BHS. It is the most important game of
the year and they have the most physical
team we have seen in the last three
years. We will have to play with passion
like we-have never seen before We will
have to execute perfectly and play harder
than imaginable. II we can do those
things, we will have a great chance t6
win.
S. e need every person in Blountstown
that is a Tiger fan at the game Friday.
night to give us a little edge. We will need
every break and every advantage we can
find. Please come out and support our
kids and help us to remain undefeated.
See you Friday GO TIGERSi"!!!,'!!I


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"Even though we lost, I saw some
improvement," .Altha Coach Mary
McClellan remarks. "I was glad to see the
varsity play with a lot of heart. We never
gave up and played hard. This is going to
pay off down the road. I am very proud of
them."
No stats were submitted from
Blountstown.
Altha's JV squad was also defeated
by the Lady Tigers, 21-25, 17-25. Lady
Cats Tammy Johnson and Ashley Smith
led with five points a piece. Taylor
Shelton brought in four, Loni Johnson
had two, and Kristin Yon added one.
In Altha middle school action, the
Lady Cats faced Tolar Aug. 29 and won a
doubleheader, 25-20, 25-11 and 25-21,
26-24.
In the first game, Courtney Harris led
with 14 points in the first game and
Rebekah Wiltse followed up with seven
service points.'
Courtney Harris also led in the second
game with nine service points, Priscilla
Hunt added seven service points, and
Lindsey Doyal had five service points.
In the first game of the second match,
Shayla Chason led with 10 service points
and an ace. Terria Rogers added eight
service points and Ariel Rbbinson had
four service points.
Shayla Chason led the final game
with seven points and an ace. Terria
Rogers added seven service points and
Heidi Bailey brought in .four service
points.
"The majority, of. our team is :very
young, mostly sixth graders and we have
only three returning players, but the girls
work hard and seem to be very eager to
learn the game," says Coach Maggie
Sewell. "I can see improvement wilh
every practice, and I am excited to be
working with-this group of young ladies
tn;s vear.'. .
The J.V. and varsity squads will host
Sneads'Tnursdav with game time at 4
p.m..for J.V., followed by varsity at 5. The
middle :school team will travel to Bristol'
Monday to take on Tolar in a doublehead-
er beginning at 4:30 p.m CT. All three
teams varsily, J.V., and middle school -
.will nost Vernon Tuesday. Action begins
at 3 p.m.


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The County Record,September 14, 2005, Page 7




41-16


The highly touted Norfth
Florida Christian Eagles strolled
into "The Jungle" Friday night
with their usual following of col-
lege scouts fully expecting to put
an end to all the Tiger hype.
Division 1 prospect Marcus Sims
was impressive gaining 153
yards. That was about it. His
teammates accounted for 65
more yards on the ground and 10
yards thru the air on two comple-
tions for 228 total yards of
offense. The Eagles will probably
make the playoffs again in Class
1A,but they wouldn't in Class
2B,
For the rest of the night, the
Eagles watched helplessly as the
Tigers marched up and down the
field with relative ease amassing
454 yards of offense to claim the
S41-16 victory.
The victory moved the Tigers
Sto 3-0 and a number two ranking
Sin the state Class 2B polls. The
Competition will step up a notch
This week when Vernon will bring
Their number four ranked and
Powerful team to Bowles Field for
a district matchup.
"On defense, they're big: and
Physical. They've got 28 players
on the team and 20 of them are
seniors," coach Bobby Johns
Said Monday. "We'll have to play
Error free and find a way to move
the football. They're much better
than NFC."
NFC had their only lead of the
game after returning the opening
kickoff 87 yards for a touch-
down.. The Tigers weren't
impressed. Following the kickoff,
Blountstown moved downfield in
big chunks of yardage with
Chance Attaway, Corey Silcox,
Arsenio Ivory, T.C. ,Copeland,
Ryan. Baker, and Michael
SGuilford leading the attack.. The
drive was capped off with
i Attaway finding a big gap in the
I Eagle's defense from 15 yards
out: Jacob Williams added the
SPAT and the game was tied at 7-
t 7. Attalway had his best game of
the season thus far rushing for


129 yards on 14 carries and two
touchdowns. He also-caught one
pass for 65 yards and a touch-
down before suffering a sprained
ankle late in the game. Attaway
got his second touchdown with
3:33 left in the first quarter, also
from 15 yards out.
"Attaway will be probable
against Vernon. T.C. Copeland
suffered a foot sprain and is
doubtful and Adam Edwards is
out with a dislocated elbow.
The Tigers' offensive line has
become an aggressive unit led
by center Chaz Johns (240).
Guards Eric O'Bryan (200) and
Ricky Sable (200) and' tackles
Jarrod Phillips (255) and Jerrod
Waldron (275) have done an
excellent job as have end Clarke
Purvis (215).:
Midway thru the second peri-,
,od, quarterback Michael Guilford
passed into the flats to Attaway
who found the corner and turned
on the jets for 65 yards and his
third score. Williams' PAT put
the Tigers on top 21-7. A good
drive by NFC capped off by a 5
yard blast .by Sims left the half-
time score at 21-14 Tigers.
Guilford has become a key
ingredient to the Tigers' offense
with his ability to keep the ball
on the option' or make timely
completions. He completed 5 of
10. passes against NFC for 110
yards and two touchdowns and
rushed 11 times for 53 yards and
another TD.
The second half was all
Tigers. Guilford got his rushing
touchdown 'from 10 yards out
with 5.54 leftL inthe third period.
With 9:14 left in the fourth quar-
ter. Guilford passed to Corey
Silco.x who made a great catch in
the endzone for the touchdown.
With 7:15 left in.the game and
with the Tigers backed up
against their own endzone on,
fourth down, Blountstown elect-
ed to snap the ball over the pun-
ters head:to give NFC a safety;
rather than chance having the
punt blocked and recovered for a


touchdown.
After stopping NFC, the Tigers
put together a late drive capped
off by a 6 yard Ryan Baker
touchdown. Guilford took'a knee
rather than running up the score
any higher.
The Tigers were awsome
defensively, especially against
NFC's passing attack. Attaway
and Titus Overholt each had
interceptions. Jamie Willis was
credited with. a fumble recovery.
Silcox led the defensive effort
.with 10 tackles followed by
Attaway, Arsenio Ivory, Jonathan
Lockhart, and Overholt with 8
each. Willis, Ricky Sable and
Ryan Baker each had 7 tackles
in the game.
The matchup with Vernon is a
key district game and Tiger fans
are encouraged to arrive early
and keep the stands rocking
from start to finish..

Top right: Chance
Attaway avoids NFC's
defense for a big gain.
Attaway rushed for 129
yards and two touch-
downs and caught a
pass and ran 65 yards
for another score.
Center right: Corey
Silcox (34) and the Tiger
defense had their hands
full trying to stop NFC:
runningback .Marcus
Sims.
Below left:
Quarterback Michael
Guilford rushed for 53
yards on 1 1 carries and
a touchdown andconm-
Spleted 5 of 10 passes for
110 yards and two
touchdowns against
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HIGH SCHOOL NEWS ,OUNS' S


ALTHA SENIORS Justin McCov. Saranh Sheltor .John Brournier anrd N'.ic Hronrtor, ..1ii travel it mrrusic instruc-
4r 4or Tina Smith to Stetson University's School of Music in DeLand, FL on Septerner 31.


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FROM ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Altha Grad Helps in Hurricane Relief
Altha Class of' 2004: graduate,
JBrandon Waldorff, has recently returned
,,-from his post, out of Pascagoula,'
- vississippi.
Brandon was in the Gulf of Mexico on
his Coast Guard cutter, Decisive, When
they got the news that Hurricane Katrina
-had intensified to a category five. '
"So we headed west the Friday before
the hurricane hit," said Brandon. He also
stated that as they traveled west, their
cutter just brushed by the eye wall of the
hurricane.
Brandon said that they had to wait a
week before they could go on shore,, so
he and his shipmates looked for sur-
vivors that they had heard were on some
of the oil rigs. He said that he looked
through fifty-three oil rigs to find stranded
men When they did, one of the men on
the rig ran away from him claiming that
'the hurricane would come back, and they
assured him it'was over.
When they finally made landfall in
Gulfpprt, Mississippi, he saw firsthand all
* of the destruction on land He said'that:
"everyone was in a state of shock." He
also said that 'just coming out of high


Carr School


is hosting


a book fair
Carr School, will host a
Scholastic Book Fair in the
.-media center; S ept. 19-23.
I Families, teachers, and the com-
munitt are invited to attend the
Fair, which will feature a special
medieval theme: Enter the
Kingdom of Reading Where
Books Rule!.-
On Tuesday. Sept. 20th, the
Book Fair will feature Family
Night from 3-6 pm. Daily times
are 7:45 am-3:15 pm. Specially
priced books and educational
products will be offered for sale.
Attendees can help the school
build classroom libraries by pur-
chasing books for teachers
Through the Wish List program.
For further information.
please contact' Mrs. Linda
SAtta\way. Carr School Media
SSpecialist, at 674-5395 during
:school hours.



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school, you have to grow up fast, but
there are some things you never get used
to seeing."
Brandon will be leaving for. Yorktown,
Virginia, for three months on September
10 to be certified as a Machinery


Technician Third class
By. John Baumer

Stetson University Choral Camp
Altha's' high school chorus group is
traveling to Stetson University's School of
Music in DeLand, FL cn Septermber 31.
.Music director Tina Smith is taking
four chorus members to anend this two-
day Honors Clinic Chorale Seniors Justin
McCoy. Sarah Shelton John Baumer and
Nick Hansford will make the trip with Mrs
Smith Tre students are going to
rehearse and perform waih other singers
under ine directions of outstanding guest
conductors
There will be two days of intensive
rehearsals This will end in a Finale
Concert on Saturday evening. October 1,
al 7 30 p m at The First Baptist Church of
DeLand The students are looking for-
ward to the event and singing win over
200 hundred other choral students
By." Sa-ah Sheton
The Kingdom of Reading
Aliha School is costing a Scholastic
Beo-ok Fair this week in the Media Center.
The Fair is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
daily Families. teachers and the commu-
nity are invited to attend the Fair, which
lectures a special medieval theme- Enter


ihe Kingdom of Reading--Where Books
Rule!
The Book Fair offers specially priced
, books and educational products includ-
Ing newly released tilles award-winning
Iitle children's classics interactive sot-
ware; books for parents and current
bestsellers Iromr more than 150 publish-
ers.;
*Thank you for your support of this.
event which helps provide books and
technology for our school.
*By: N.k- i DeBolt

Calendar
9/14-16- Book Fair
9/14- Early Release Day 1:0,0
9/15- Boys Junior High B-Ball Away
Poplar Springs 5.00 JV/V V-Ball Home
Sneads 4 00/5 00, Senior Portrait Orders
2:30 5.30 Joyner's Room
S9/19- Parent Night Freshmen-6:00
Seniors-7 00 Middle School/ Double
Header V-Ball Away Tolar 4.30/5:30.
Progress Reports
9/20- MS/JV/V V-Ball Home Vernon
3:0014:00/5:00
9/22- Boys Junior High.B-Ball Home'
Grand Ridge 5:00; JV/V V-Ball Away
Liberty County 4 00/5:00 -
9/23- MS/DH V-Ball Home BMS
2:00/3:00 ,
9/26- Boys Junior High B-Ball Away
Bethlehem 4 30 MS/DH V-Ball Home
Sneads 5:00/6:00
9/27- JV/V V-Ball Home Bozeman
4 30/5 30
9/27- 8/10- Fall FCAT Retakes


FROM BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH
SCHOOL
FYI
Sept. 20 Senior night 7:00
Sept. 26/29 Fall FCAT retakes
BHS Homecoming Attendants
Blountstown High School's
Homecoming attendants for the 2005-
2006 school year have been selected.
Students were asked to vote for one boy
and one girl to represent their grade. The
students selected are as follows: 9th
grade Samantha Ferguson and
Malcolm Ivory; 10th grade Kaitlin
Peacock and William Leonard; and 11th
grade Whitney Lockhart and Chaz
-Johns. Seniors were asked to choose


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Senior Attendants include Kate.
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Sarah Hatcher, Lindsay Miller, Nichole
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Attaway, Arsenic Ivory, Josh Lilly, Titus
Overholt, Adam Richards, Josh Segers,
and Zack Smith.
Seniors were then asked to vote for
one queen candidate and one king candi-
date. The top three king and queen can-
didates are Chance Attaway, Arsenic
Ivory, Titus Overholt, Courtney Bybee,
Casey Glass, and Lyndsey Wainwright.
Finally, the entire student body was
allowed to vote for their favorite king and
queen candidates and the results will be


announced at the Coronation on
Tuesday, October 11, in the auditorium.
Tigers International and FCCLA
The BHS chapters of Tigers
International and FCCLA are collecting
items, during the month of September, to
donate to Hurricane Katrina victims who
are staying in the Islander Motel Shelter
in Panama City.
'They especially need personal
hygiene products such as diapers, tooth-
brushes, toothpaste, shampoo, and non-
perishable food items. Please leave a
message for Nancy Mears and Dana
Ayers at 674-5724 if you need further
information.


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Events Investigated During the Past.Week by BPD and CCSD


%rwo arrested after
nan takes car on
%oyride, found DUI
S A man who was loaned a vehicle to
cake a child to daycare was arrested last
Wednesday along with his brother, after
e failed to return the vehicle and was
pound driving under the influence.
Rounzell Timothy Brown, 35, was
chargedd with grand theft auto and DUI.
is brother, Gary Brown, was charged
ith possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and resisting arrest without
violence.
SAccording to the Calhoun County
sheriff's Office, the vehicle's owners
advisedd they allowed Rounzell to drive
heir four-year-old to daycare and pick
ihe child up, however, the daycare offi-
r.ials had to bring the child home because
e never showed up. The owners advised
{.rown was not to use the vehicle for any
their purpose.
SJusi before 9 p.m., Dep. Eddie Dalton
b.poned the vehicle on South Main and.
suulled iI over on Azalea Drive. Rounzell
ivas behind the wheel and, as Dep.
balton attempted to take him into cus-
lody, his brother Gary, a passenger,
reportedly became irate and. told Dep..
,ibalton he wasn't taking his brother to jail.
rjounzeii was placed into custody and
!.Gary allegedly continued using profanity
*nd was then placed under arrest.
, f Aher Dep Dalton smelled alcohol,
'hounzell reportedly.admitted to drinking
.'bout a 12 pack and then failed a breath
Nest When the vehicle was returned to
*Ine owners, they discovered what turned


out to be marijuana inside. Gary report-
edly admitted the marijuana belonged to
,him.
Both men were booked into the
Calhoun County Jail. Rounzell was
released after posting a $1500 bond and
Gary was released on a $1000 bond.
Man facing assault
charges after fight
in Scotts Ferry
A local man is facing serious charges
following a fight in the Scotts Ferry com-
munity last Monday.
- Arrested was Joshua Best, charged
with assault with a deadly weapon and
felony battery.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's.Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton
responded to 6766 Hwy. 71 South just
before 7:30 p.m. after a report that sever-
al subjects were fighting. Upon arrival, he
spoke with Best, Michael Spitzer, and his
girlfriend, Karen Hottman. Dep Dalton
reported Best was combative and unco-
operative and smelled of alcohol Best
allegedly, stated he and Amanda
Miranvell had broken up earlier that day
and when he came to see her that night,
he was met by Spitzer who told him to
leave the property. Best said he retrieved
two sticks and Spitzer picked up a two by
four and hit him in the ribs
Spitzer stated Best stepped out of the
vehicle carrying two slicks and, when he
asked Best to leave, Best began swing-
ing the sticks at him. Switzer alleged that
Best threatened to bjrn me house down
with everyone in it. At one point; Switzer


said he was struck by the stick in his left
forearm. He said Hoffman's son, Steven
Daniel Sanchez, armed himself with a
baseball bat and Switzer allegedly took a
swing at him, but Sanchez used the bat to
block the stick. Spitzer said he took one
of the sticks from Best and threw it at him,
striking his abdominal area. Spitzer said
when he got in his car to go to a neigh-
bor's house to call authorities, Best hit his
window, leaving an imprint of his fist.
Best was taken into custody. He
remained at the Calhoun County Jail at
press time.

Traffic stop leads
to arrest on drug
charges Saturday
A traffic stop early Saturday ended in
one arrest on marijuana charges.
Lloyd'Lynn Carter, 21, was charged
with possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
According to 1the Calhoun County
Sherit's Ottice, Dep. Jared Nichols pulled
Carter over around 1:15 a.m. for weaving
on SR 69. Carter reportedly stated he
was eating chips and dip which caused
his driving to be erratic, however, Dep.
Nichols smelled burnt cannabis in the car.
When he had Caner step out of the.vehi-
cle. he spotted a marijuana stem on the
driver's seal A search of the' vehicle
turned up a cigarette pack wiih a cello-
phane wrapper containing marijuana.
Carter was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and. given a conditional
release later that day


a Suspectflees deputies-


request. As Maj. Wood
approached, Kirkland ran to his
car and sped away, barely miss-
ing Sheriff Tatum who was west-,
bound on Cedar Street. Inv.
Bryant pursued Kirkland as he,
turned 'north on Hickory Street
and failed to negotiate a turn,
striking a tree in the front yard of
a residence on Magnolia Street.
Kirkland then fled on foot into
the woods.
A K-9 Unit from Calhoun
Correctional responded and
assisted in tracking Kirkland. He


r-State Off Road Park


peep Bog Bole results


The Deep Bog Hole results
eld on September 10th at the
ri-State Off Road Park were as
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S..2nd pi-Steve Whitfield
3rd pl Phillip BrTd
4th pl Keith Yon
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1st pl Steve Whitfield
2nd pl Kenny Price
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2nd pl -Tommy Gainous
3rd pi Rudy Madrid
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1st pl -Pastor Jason Lowery
2nd pi -Ronnie Stanley
3rd pl Hank Nichols
Foot Races
Boys. 6-11 Trs. Isaac Madrid
Girls. 6-11 yrs. Carol
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12 \rs. & over Andrew Garret


Sept. 5: Shawn Collins. domestic battery, Joshua Best, assault wti a deadly
weapon, felony banery
Sept. 6: James Willis. arson criminal mischief/Jackson Co warrant James
Kirkland III fleeing and eluding, felony possession of a firearm, alteration or
removal of firearm, resisting arrest without violence. Marcus Gailin. violation of
community control April McCollum, failure to appear in court/worthless checks
Sept. 7: Bryant Washington, DUI refusal DUI, driving while license suspended or
revoked with knowledge violation of state probation: James Kirkland III tamper-
ing with witness. Judith Kirkland. violation of county probation: Margaret Foster
DUI Gary Brown. resisting arrest without violence: Rounzell Brown, DUI
Sept. 8: J P Owens. driving while license suspended or revoked, habitual traffic
offender. Susan Johnson. failure 16 appear in court/worthless checks
Sept. 9: Jetfery Lane. holding for South Carolina, Roger Stone, order of attach-
ment, Brian Neal. holding for Jackson Co. failure to appear in court/wonhless
checks, violation of probation
Sept. 10: Lloyd Carter possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana Antonio
Patterson, violation of probation: Lisa Matson, violation of state probation, order
of contempt, failure to appear in court
Sept. 11: Victor Vaughn possession of a controlled substance. William James.
DUI
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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the trunk one of which had the
serial number removed.
Kirkland, who was reportedly
convicted for cocaine distribution
in 1988. is prohibited from pos-
sessing firearms.
He remained in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail at press
time.

Car Shoow
pick up an application at the
Sheriffs Office or e-mail tshoe-
nia.ke"'calhounsheriff.com and'
one can be emailed to you. Entry
fee is S20 in advance or 825 the
day of the show.
Anone wishing to receive one
of the Classic Car Street Rod
Show t-shirts can..stop by the
. Sheriffs .Office or pick, oe,.up at
the show The' sell for S 0 each.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED.



TAX INCREASE



The City of Blountstown has


tentatively adopted a measure to

increase its property tax levy.


Last Year's propertytax levy:
A. Initially proposed tax levy
B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment
Board and other assessment changes
C, Actual property tax levy

This year's proposed tax levy



All concerned citize


invited: to ate n d a


$73,964


ir


$ (259)
$ 73,705

$76,370



is are


public


hearing on the tax increase to


be held on:




Monday, September 19,



2005, 6:00 RM.


at 17262 NW Angle Street,


Blountstown, Florida


A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase and the budget
will be made at this hearing.
S 'A

BUDGET SUMMARY


City of Blountstown Fiscal Year 2005-2006


THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
ARE 23.91% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

REVENUE GENERAL ENTERPRISE FY 05-06
& OTHER FINANCING RESOURCES FUND PROJECTS FUNDS TOTAL BUDGET

AD VALOREM TAX 1.5 MILS @ 95% $ 72,552 $ $ ,$ 72,552
FUEL TAX. LOCAL OPTION, LOCAL SURTAX, COMM SERV $ 332,803 $ $ $ 332,803
FRANCHISE TAXES $ $ $
UTILITY TAXES $ 95,350 $ 95,360
LICENSES & PERMITS $ 5,000 $ $ 5.000
STATE REVENUE SHARING $ 159,082$ $ $ 159082
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES $ 195990 $ $ 74,848 $ 270,847
TRANSFERS IN $ 685,038 $ $ 81,232 $ 766.270
CHARGES FOR SERVICES $ 5,000 $ 7,000 $ 12,000
UTILITY SALES & SERVICES $ $ $ 5,316,926 $ 5,316,926
CDBG UPGRADES TO SEWER LINES $ $ 650000 $ $ 650,000
FRDAP -GREENWAY S $ 400,000$ $ 400,000
GREENWAY BIKE PATH D.O.T. 5- 412,000 $ 412,000
CASH CARRY OVER $ 250,000 $ $ 820,786 $ 1,070,786

TOTAL REVENUE & OTHER FINANCING RESOURCES $ 1,800824 $ 1,462,000 $ 6,300,792 $ 9,563.616




GENERAL ENTERPRISE FY 05-06
EXPENDITURES FUND PROJECTS FUNDS TOTAL BUDGET

CITYCOUNCIL $ 5 $ 5
ATTORNEY $ 24,00 $ $ 24,000
AUDITING $ 5,400 $ $ 21,600 $ 27,000
ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT $ 208,323 $ $ 254,856 $ 463,179
BUILDING INSPECTOR CODE ENFORCEMENT $ 6,929$ $ $ 6,929
POUCE DEPARTMENT S 903,656 $ $ 903,656
FIRE DEPARTMENT $ 95.758 1 $ 95,758
PUBLIC WORKS STREET DEPARTMENT $ 548,818 $ $ 548,818
SANITATION DEPARTMENT $ $ 267,491 $ 267,491
PARKS $ 7,935$ $ $ 7,935
PINE MEMORIAL CEMETERY $ $ $ 1,400 $ 1,400
ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT $ $ $ 2,231,582 $ 2,231,582
GAS DEPARTMENT $ $ 951,827 $ 951,827
WATER DEPARTMENT $ $ 271,719 $ 271,719
SEWER DEPARTMENT _$ $ $ 434,732 $ 434,732
DEBT SERVICE $ $ 118,740 $ 118,740
TRANSFERS OUT $ $ 766,270 $ 766,270
ALLOWANCE FOR WORKING CAPITAL $ $ $ 980,575 $ 980,575
GREENWAY BIKE PATH D.O.T. $ 650,000$ $ 650,000
FRDAP GREENWAY $ $ 400,000 $ $ 400,000
CDBG UPGRADES TO SEWER UNES $ $ 412,000 S $ 412,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 1,800,824 $ 1,462,000 $ 6.300,792 $ 9,563,616

RESERVES $ $ $ $

TOTAL EXPENDITURES & RESERVES $ 1,800,824 $ 1,462,000 $ 6,300,792 $ 9,563,616

The tentative, adopted, and/or fnal budgets are on file In Ihe above-mentioned taxing authority as a public record.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 14,2005, Page 1-1
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CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
AUGUST 2, 2005
PRESENT AND ACTING:
STRUMAN GRANT. CHAIRMAN
EARL HUNT, VICE-CHAIRMAN
DANNY RAY WISE
JIM PICKRON
JERAL HALL.SR.
MATT FLIQUA, ATTORNEY'
TONY PHINNEY, DEPUTY
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
JANICE HOLLEY., DEPUTY :
CLERK
The meeting was called to order by
Deputy Phinnev. with prayer and
pledge 'of allegiance led by
Commissioner Pickron..
Attorney Fuqua read the bid
advertisement for ILands Store Road;
Stormwater Improvements and
opened the bid as follows:
., C. ROBERTS CONTRACTING.
INC.: 8533,215.90
After discussion. the Board agreed
to table the above bid for reviewby Mr.
O'Br.an and the County Engineer.
TIM JENKS, MAINTENANCE
DEPARTMENT UPDATE
Mr. Jenks stated that his
Department had spent most of the
month maintaining the county parks.
Commissioner Plckron stated that
Cypress Point needed speed limit
signs on the river. After discussion.
Commissioner Hunt stated that
speed limit signs could not be placed
on the water.
He stated that the Game and Fish
Commission should be notified to see
what could be done about speeding
on the river.
BILL ADKINS, ROAD DEPART-
MENT UPDATE
Mr. Adkins stated that' his
Department was working in District 1
hauling dirt. He stated that he need-
ed to do some work in District's 3 and
5 before going to District 2.
Commissioner Hall stated that the


seconded by Commissioner Hall and
carried to approve the above Change
Order.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the
Board for approval and execution
Contract Change Order # 4 to North
Florida Construction, Inc. for a 21 day
time extension on the Lee Farm Road
EWP-D.S.R No.CAL-0104-1 with a
new completion date of September 5,
2005. MAer discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hunt, sec-
onded by Commissioner Pickron and
carried to approve the above Change
Order.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the
Board for execution a Notice of
Substantial Completion to North.
Florida Construction. Inc. on the Troy
McCroan Road EWP-D.S.R. CAL-
0404-1. After discussion,, a motion
was made by Conmmissioner Hunt
seconded by Conmmissioner Hall and
carried to execute said Notice of
Substantial Completion.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to ,the
Board foir execution a Notice of
Substantial Completion to North
Florida construction. Inc. on the
Bailey Cemetery Road EWP-D.S.R.
CAL-050C-01. After discussion, a
motion was made by Commissioner
Hunt. seconded by Commissioner
Hall and warned to execute said Notice
of Substantial Completion.
Mr. O'Bran presented to the
Board for approval and execution a
Notice to Proceed to North Florida
Construction. Inc. on the Stafford
Creek Debris Removal EWP D.S.R
CAL-0121 Project. Alter discussion, a
motion w\as made by Commissioner
Hunt. seconded by Commissibner
Hall and carried to approve the above
Notice to Proceed.
Mr. O'Bryan stated that the follow-
ing roads have been approved
through the County Incentive Grant
Program (CIGP):
1. NMason Road S620.339.00
2. Abe-Springs/BullHead Bay
-S 1.109.520.00
3. Co, Road 275 South from
Hwy 71 to Hwy 71 S3.674.333.00


Mossy Pond area needed some work. MIKE WILIS
Mr. Willis discussed with the
DON A. O'BRYAN, EMERGENCY Board the survey that the County%
MANAGEMENT/GRANTS COORDI- requested Snowden Sunreying to pre-
NATOR .pare. Clerk Attaway stated: that she
Mr. O'Bn'an stated that he would had contacted Mr. Snowden, and he
contact C.W. Roberts Contracting, said that he had not completed the
Inc. after he review's the Lands Store survey. Mr. Willis stated that the sur-
Road, Bid for Stormwater -ve was done a month ago. Clerk
Improvements and report to the Attaway stated that she will write a
Board his recommendation. letter to Mr. Snowden requesting that
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the he complete the survey.
Board for approval and execution
Contract Cfaunie Order # 2 to Carter'S MR. HANLEY/MR. ADDfSON. SHIU-
.lfon r.curncrv-ices. Inc. lra, 3i dday MAN FERRY ROAD/JESSIE LEE
'Landing Road EWP-D.S.R No. CAL- Mr. Hanlev asked the Board to sta-
0301 .lith a new completion date of bilize with clay and pipe the Shuman
September 5. 2005. After discussion. Ferry/ Jessie Lee Road.
a motion was made by Commissioner The Board stated that this is a pri-
Hunt seconded by Commissioner vate road. and they can not accept the
Hall and earned to approve and exe- road until it meets DOT and Cotnty
cute the above Change Order. specifications. Commissioner \Vise
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the discussed with the Board a special
Board for approval and execution assessment tax. After discussion, the
Contract Change Order # 3 to North Board agreed by consensus that the
Florida Construction. Inc. for a 14 day road would have to be brought up to
.time extension on the Jody Fields specifications with the CoLuty' and
- Road EWP-D.S.. No.. CAL-0204-1 DOT before they would consider
With a new completion date of August accepting the road as a county road.
, 16, 2005. After discussion a motion
wars made by Commissioner Hunt. JANICE WATSON, APALACHEE
seconded by Commissioner Hall and REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL
carried to approve and execute the Janice stated that the during the
above Change Order. 2005 Legislative 'Session, the
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the Legislature re-authorized the
Board for approval and execution Enterprise Zone Program. through
Contract Change Order # 1 to North 2015. Each Enterprise Zone has to
Florida Construction. Inc. for a 31 day apply for re-designation.
'time extension on the Silas Green The first step is for the County to
Road EWP-D.S.R. No.CAL-0101 with designate an Enterprise Zone
a new completion date of September Development Agency and appoint its
;5. 2005. After, discussion, a motion governing board. Janice asked that
was made by Commissioner Hunt the Board appoint the Chamber of
seconded by Commissioner Hall and Commerce as the Enterprise Zone
.,carried to approve and execute the Development Agency. She also pre-
Sabove Change Order. sented to the Board for approval a list
SMr. O'Bryan presented to the to be appointed to the governing
Board for approval and execution board as follows:
Contract Change Order # 1 to North 1. Chamber of Conumerce. Danny
--Florida Construction, Inc. for a 31 day Ryals
time extension on the Cahin Martin 2. Financial Entity, \lcki Montford
Road EWP- D.S.R No. CAI-0081with 3. Insurance Entity. Raymond
a new completion date of September Russell
5. 2005. After discussion, a motion 4. Local Business inside EZ, Mary
was made by Commissioner Hunt, Alday
seconded by Commissioner Hall and 5. Non-profit Conmmunit. Based
carried to approve and execute the Organization. Janice Watson
above Contract Change Order. 6. Regional Workforce Board,
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the Bobby Clark
Boaiid for approval and execution 7. Code Enforcement Agency,
Contract Change Order # 1 to North Dowling Parrish
Florida Construction. Inc. for a 31 day 8. Law Enforcement Agency.
time extension on the West Flatwoods David Tatum
Road EWP-D.S.R No.CAL-0071 with 9. .Local Government. Ruth
a new completion date of September Attaway
5. 2005. After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner Hunt, After discussion. a motion was
seconded by Commissioner Hall and made by Commissioner Pickron. sec-
carried to approve and execute the onded Lby Commissioner \\ie and
above Change Order. carried to appoint the Chamber of
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the Commerce as the Enterprise Zone
Board for approval and execution Development Agency and to approve
Contract Change Order #, 1 to North the above list as the Enterprise Zone
Florida Construction. Inc. for a 31 day Govening Board.
time extension on the Shorty Segers Attomey Fuqua stated that more
Road-EWP-D.S.R NO. CAL-0091with depositions would be taken on the
a new completion date of September Jehue Landing Road Lawsuit.
5. 2005. After discussion, a motion Attornme Fuqua stated that he
was' made by Commissioner Hunt, called Florida Communities Trust in
seconded by Commissioner Hall and reference to the Lee Hill Road and did
'carried to approve the above Change not have any more information at this .
Order. time.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the
Board for approval and execution CLERK ATTAWAY
Contract Change Order # 1 to North Clerk Attaway asked the Board for
Florida Construction. Inc. fora 31 day a change of time for the 2005-2006
time extension on the East Flatwoods Budget Review Workshop from 2:00
Road EWP-D.S.R No.CAL-0061 with P.M. on Thursday, August 4. 2005
.a new completion date of September until3:15 P.M. on Thursday. August
5, 2005. After discussion. a motion 4. 2005. The Board agreed Ly con-
was made by Commissioner Hunt. senses. .4


Calhou

THE PROPC
BOARD OF COMMISSIC


Millage per $1,000


General Fund





Cash Balances
Brought Forward


ESTIMATED REVEN
AD VALOREM TAXES
Millage per $1,000= 10.0000
SALES & USE TAXES
LICENSES & PERMITS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RE'
COURT-RELATED REVENUE
CHARGES FOR SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
OTHER FINANCING SOURC
Less Retainage


NOTICE OF


PROPOSED



TAX INCREASE


The Calhoun County Board of County


Clerk Attaway presented to the
Board for approval and execution the
Agreement to Furnish Ambulance
and Emergency Medical Service
between Calhoun County and
Emergystat,, Inc. from October 1,
2005 through September 8, 2008.
After discussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Hunt/seconded by
Commissioner Hall and carried to
approve and execute the above agree-
ment contingent upon Attorney
Fuqua's.review.
Clerk Attaway stated that the
Chipola .Workforce Development
Board. Inc. asked the Board to desig-
nate the chairman or appoint a repre-
sentative to attend meetings of the
Consortiumr on behalf of the
Chairman having full voting rights
and privileges. After discussion, a
motion was made b\ Commissioner
Hall. seconded by Commissioner
Hunt and carried to re-appoint
Commissioner Pickron to senre on the
Chipola \Workforce Development
Board.
MIKE WIILIS
Mr. Wilis stated that the Board
should enforce the niles for speaking
at the Board meetings.
COMMISSIONER PICKRON
Commissioner Pickron asked the
Board to approve a resolution sup-
porting Main Street. After discussion,
a motion was made by Commissioner
Packron, seconded by Commissioner
Wise and carried to approve said res-
olution.
COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise stated that he
personally thanked the Calhoun
County Correctional Institute for
inmate help provided to the Calhoun
County School System. He stated he
hopes as soon as school starts that
the Calhoun Countv Board of County
Commissioners will benefit more from
inmate help.
Commissioner Wise stated that he
would like for the Board to research
the possibility of purchasing a used
school bus to use for different jobs in
the County.
There being no further business,
the Board did adjourn.
ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN




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:has tentatively: adopted'


ai


measure to increase its property tax levy.


Last Year's property tax levy:
A. Initially proposed tax levy
B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment
Board and other assessment changes
C. Actual property tax levy


$ 2,566.133


$1,631
-.$2,564,502


This year's proposed tax levy $ 2,736,513


All


concerned


invited


to


citizens


attend


1 are


public


hearing on the tax increase to


be held on:




Monday, September 19, 2005

5:01 PM Central Standard Time

Calhoun County Grand Jury Room

20859 Central Avenue, East

Blountstown, Florida


A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase and the budget
w,.wi.ll4 Le am ~ atcJ.i,hearing, q 121
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BUDGET SUMMARY
in County Board of County CommissionergsFISCAL YEAR 2004-2005

)SED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CALHOUN COUNTY
)NERS ARE 15.26% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


10.0



GENERAL SPECIAL TOTAL
FUND REVENUE FUNDS BUDGET

980,114 2,606,753 3,586,867


UES
2,736,513 2,736,513
603,959 319791 923750
603,959 319,791 923,750


VENUE

ES
ES
'ES


60,000
1,848,351

194,500
36,500

(247,156)


5,033,333
26,275
5,000
52,636
147,451
(67,538)


60,000
6,881,684
26,275
199,500
89,136
147,451
(314,694)


TOTAL REVENUES & OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES 5,232,667 5,516,948 10,749,615
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES
"AND BALANCES 6,212,781 8,123,701 14,336,482



EXPENDITURES
GENERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES 2,016,092- 2,016,092
PUBLIC SAFETY 2,722,028 53,336 2,775,364
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT 63,728 282,819 346,547
TRANSPORTATION 403,859 6,655,874 7,059,733
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 29,617 478,350 507,967
HUMAN SERVICES 268,340 268,340
CULTURE & RECREATION 465,000 563,722 1,028,722
COURT RELATED 96,666 89,600 186,266
OTHER FINANCING USES 147,451 147,451
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 6,212,781 8,123,701 14,336,482

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE
MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


COUNTY COMMISSION


Commissioners


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 14, 2005, Page 12


"Art Alive 2005" Sept. 23-27


Don't miss the "ART ALIVE
2005" the second annual Art
Exhibit, sponsored by the Liberty
County Arts Council.
The Exhibit will be held in the
Auditorium of the Civic Center
located in Veterans' Memorial
Park on Highway 12 South in
Bristol. The Exhibit will be open
as follows: These times are all
Eastern Standard Time.
Friday, Sept. 23, 4 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m. -
3 p.m.


Sunday, Sept. 25, 4 6 p.m
Monday, Sept. 26, 4 8 p.m
Tuesday, Sept. 27, 4 8 p.m
The "ART ALIVE 2005" Exhibit
will feature over 100 pieces of art
from 30 area artists, including
-drawings, paintings, watercolors,
pottery, photography, sculpture
and more. Well-known local
artists will be featured, including
Tookie Gentry of Bristol and Debi
Barrett Hayes of Tallahassee. A
section of the Art Exhibit will be
devoted to children's art. Many


pieces will be for sale.
For an interesting weekend
interlude, drop in and visit with
the members of the Arts Council
who will be hosting the Exhibit
and enjoy the second Art Exhibit


held in Bristol at the Civic
Center. .NO CHARGE FOR
ADMISSION.
For additional information,
contact Babs Moran at 643-
5491.


.BLOUNTSTOWN FIREFIGHTERS ,crk to contain tried tl& ize tro:t de-stroyC'e
'the home of Stephen and Lucy Matthews. The couple and their three
:children resided on Thomas Drive in Blountstown, but were not home
:when the fire broke out'Friday morning, The cause of the blaze is
:believed to be an electrical problem in the children's bedroom.



Katrina support group


to meet at local library


Attention: Hurricane 'Katrina,
:Gulf Coast evacuees staying in
;Calhoun and liberty counties.
: A support group meeting will
;be held Saturday, September 17,
4at 10:00 a.m. CST at the
;Blountstown Library in the
'Heritage Room, 17731 NE Pear'
;St Blountstown.
SThe Hurricane Katrina Gulf
iCoast Evacuees Support Group
.,meeting is an attempt to match
evacuees living in the Calhoun,
;Liberty, Bay, Jackson and other
surrounding .counties with the
.support network that we need
:and also give us an opportunity
Ito talk and exchange informa-
,lion.
Many of us have not seen
FEMA. the Red Cross or the
"alvation Army. This is an


ifackson Co.


seniors plan


several trips

Jackson County Seniors ha \e
the following trips planned: No'.
13 18: Christmas in Branson.
MO, Ozark Mountains. 6 days, 5
nights. 11 meals, 5 shows, and
more. December 3-6: 9th
Annual Christmas Tour in Pigeon
Forge, TN. 4 days, 3 nights. 6
meals and 5 shows.
For more information contact
Merita Stanlev at 482 4799.


opportumnty for them to reach us,
all in one central location.
We have scattered all over the
area and we,need the chance to
find out what .opportunities we,
are missing. It would help us if
we found out what is going on
with each of u s. Those of us who
live in New Orleans have a love
for the place we came from and
w\e want to know what is going on
there, too. \\'e h-ave a unique
bond with that city that nothing
can break
\Ve wouIld like to have city
leaders. county governmental.
local business owners. medical
professionals and others come
talk to Lu about what is available
to Lu and how w\e can become
more productive members of the
communities we are now living
in It is a certainty that most of
us could use some counseling to
help us get through the myriad of
feelings we are having night now.
Everyone is invited to this
meeting and we hope it will not
be the only one we have. We all
hM"i- i lot to offer'etrh other and'
ie C ill ke tilI-s lIupleas-.inlt st-
uatlon the best w\e can for eveny-
one involved.
This group is the idea of
Brenda Brodv. a New Orleans
evacutee currently living in
Blountstown. For more informa-
Lion call 674-5200 or contact
Brenda Brody at
RitBt-"'yahoo.com.


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Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Tri-State
EnerpFnie the h.o:I.r Ii the I.'.ll:.i-'lng certificate
ha; -Je. 'i .:,' :e .uiJj: aie I':-, it \ *:-i" to Ce i1 :'r a::i
Lherron Ti ,:ruica'r r. nu.imber 'and year of
issuance, Ithe jde-.:ripi:,. rI hl e proc-per,-, .ial the
namesin Ai n.l:h it a;, a -n-i .i. ir-, .j- I: r.
Certificat-e N.:, r. '.'-xs i2m ,,,u : aa.
DESCRiPTI"jN -:-F FROFERT-' L-:.U 12 r,ad 1L
in Bl:cik 6 ai::.-rd-ni tr:, Will, 'i : A-i.ju:.-i I':
BI':,urit-I0.'i n Flinda .inJ n elr I:,- i i-i- ,1 h in :r.r.
26 T-ownship I'orr ir range e Fn -ir
ALSO: Begin at the SW Corner of Lot 12, Block 6,
Williama Addition to Blountstown' Florida, and
run- West a distance of 30 feet; thence run North
Si. a p-oint doe"' Wi:i i trne IN. Corner of Lot 12,
SBlocK 6 ieence run Ei -ai. to e Northwest Corner
' of Lot 12; thence run South back to the POINT OF .
BEGINNING. Lying and being in Section 28,1
Township 1 North, Range 8 West.
rAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Molly Glass,
i 52C' SW H AVairnutiRd., Blountstown,'Florida
32424.
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless .such certificate
shall be redeemed according 'to law the property
Sdescnibed in iu-:n ceruni.:ate 5shll be 5':)LD.to the
hiL',es bid.der ai ihe C.-:i-uniho~Lu .ji.:.. :..n the 6th
day of October. 2005, at 10:00 A.M. CST.'
RUTH W. ATrAWAY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Aug. 24, 31; Sept. 7, 14, 2005


Legal Notice
NOTICE Oi .-F PLiCATiK.-N Fr i T,1., DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GWEN THAT Betts Land
Company. In. the hl-.:er .:.f the following certifi-
ate haj filed said ceruilicaie fr a -a.% -.j.-.l t6 be,
is ued there-.n Tcre ,:erui ale rairr,mtr ird. year
rof ,lisanice the 3ecicrlpu;,.n .1 tr-ie pr.:.rperr and
the names inwhichlt was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 188 Year of Issuance: 2002
DESCR IPTIrO OF F 1-iFCiRt Tract No. .12, of
Circle M. Ranch. beir, more particularly
described av Begin at tie Northeast. Corner of
N4onrwes Quarner *:'" N'rJuir.- i.it urr.tr li ;u.rj
3 ToTisnrlF I Nor-i R.irn'e 93 '%ei. Lthrnic_ rir
SoiL-h 2310 IeeI thence run WI~it 999 leer r.:.
Mananina & Blountsit.'iwn Riil-lr.-iad Riaht of i.',
hence in 3 Southea-terh dir-:eti.n li,5125 lee
along the Right of Wa of Mrlarianrna
Bloanaitovi- Railroad theric. run Ea4t 467 I.e,
thence North alcne RJighr 01 i Wy W99 0Ier to Point
cif Be'gmnra an- ,:on,:ininIn 1i. a :re., more or
less., Lying and being In Section 3 Township 1
North,.Range 9 West.
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 14, 2005, Page 13


BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
Chamber Staff Assistant
Follow-up on Free
Webpage/Business Planning
Workshop
If you missed last
Wednesday's workshop, please
check-out Opportunity Florida's
web site (www.opportunityflori-
da.com) for instructions on how
to create your own webpage.
Rick Marcum, Executive
Director of Opportunity Florida,
&dvises that once the "free web-
pages" are created, he will review
and post them usually within a
day. If you do not see the "catego-
ry" for your business or if you
experience any conflicts, contact
Rick (or the Chamber), for assis-
tance: rickmarcum@opportuni-
tyflorida.com
Those attendees, who want to
follow-up with business planning
with Rick, are asked to let, the
Chamber know what days are
convenient for them. Rick will
hold another workshop for busi-


Calhoun County Retired
Educators Association members
enjoyed a tasty covered dish
luncheon when they .met Friday,
September 2. in the Fellow1ship
Hall at Blountstown United
Methodist Church with Pres.
John Wood Avers presiding.
John \Wood welcomed mem-
bers and guests: District 2
Director Beverly Kelley, her com-:
panion Ms. Myra Ponder, and
new retiree Loretta Shelton. She
presented Loretta wiith: a New
Member's Kit. We re: happy to
have you-join us. Loretta!
En'och Hanna gave the devo-
tlon's. stressing the importance
of placing our faith in God he
will always be here for us. He
read Psalm 19 which reassures


RICHARD WILLIAMS, Executive
Director of the Chipola Regional
Workforce Development Board
ness planning.
Speaker for Membership
Meeting
Richard Williams (Executive
Director), of the Chipola Regional


,us that, "The Heavens declare
the gloryof God." He closed with
a prayer.
Next. Dist. 2 Director Kelley
updated members of the aetivi-
ties of FREAF. She invited every-
one to attend the Distnct 2 meet-
ing in Apalachicola Tuesday,
September 20. She reported all 6
units had been represented at'
the State Assembly in St!
Fetersburg this summer. Clyde
Bro\nA attended Trom our unit.
Later, he reported on the events
at the Assembly.
Howard Johnson. Sr. installed
the CCREA new officers.
InstAdled were: John Wood Ayers,
President: Betty Waldorff,
Secretary; Ann Tucker,
Treasurer; and Board Members:


Workforce Development Board, is
the key speaker for the
Chamber's regular membership
meeting on Thursday, September
15th at noon CST.
His presentation will provide
information about the recently
received Workforce Training
Grant. The meeting is scheduled
at the Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Center in Blountstown.
Don't forget to call Debbie (674-
4163) for lunch reservations!
Disaster Recovery Highlights
Your NEW Calhoun County
Chamber is .forwarding news
releases and e-mails, from rep-
utable State and Small Business
sources, about disaster recovery
information. Check your local
newspaper for more information
about:
1. Safe ways to donate/assist
with disaster recovery.
2. Offers of temporary employ-
ment (through the U. S. Small
Business Adiministration) ,
3. Possible scams.'


Gerry Martin. Rachel Peacock,
and Alene Wlhtdehead. Officers
and Board Members not present
will be installed at a later date.
John Wood presented each,
member with a wallet-sized card
showing dates of future meet-
ings. Also. he announced that,
the yearbooks \ill be ready' for
the next meeting.
Then we saved the best till last
Sthe luncheon was served from
the attractively arranged .buffet
table! The FREAF and
Nominating Committees hosted
the evert. : :
The group enjoyed a meeting
filled with lots of information.
fabulous food, and great fellow-
ship.
See you at the next meeting!


NEWS & EVENTS from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

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


* Medical, dental, life and
disability insurance
* 401 k with company match
* Paid holidays and vacation


* Bonus time
* Shift pay differential
for night shifts
* Company events


Applicants must pass a drug screen
and have a clean criminal history
i
-5
Resumes/job applications accepted in Or call Hannah in the
S person at 1066 Strong Road, Quincy, FL, 32351 Human Resources Department
Via fax at 850-875-4421 at 800-577-6344
Via email at recruiter@theprintinghouse.com

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"5 DAY USED VEHICLES


SUPER SALE
SSUPER SELECTION ZERO DOWN WITH APPROVED CREDIT
7. l COMPETITIVE INTEREST RATES : FRIENDLY STAFF
MOST VEHICLES QUALIFY FOR EXTENDED WARRANTY COME CHECK IT OUT!


UTILITY EHICLEs PECIALS
97Chevy Blazer 41x4 0:t $,................ .. 5,588
99 Ford Explorer Dor, i1,:. ............ ......... 6,9900
00 Ford Explorer Sportishap... .. .. 7,990
S9 Chevy Tahoe LT Sup.er D- al! i........... s8,848
98 GMC Yukon 4x4 hr -,upr 1. .............. $8,990
00 Ford Expedition XLT Ic.e .9,990
02 Chevy Blazer LS ,.,t : .10,888
02 Ford Explorer KIT 4 Door, .r ic. .12,579
04 Suzuki XL7 IJ l rc................ .......... 13,979
01 Toyota RAV-4 '.r,.,p! 14,979
01 Toyota CRV Pc-i T : .............. ........... 15,8881
05 Kia Sportage L, .............. ............... 15,979
03 Ford Explorer XLT c':, r s16,979
04 Ford Explorer .: lJ, Iu4 .11I... .... 18,888
05 Chevy Trailblazer i :.......... ..... 18,888
05Ford Explorer 4 OC.:, 'upr Buyi...... ......... 19,88
03 GMCYukon LS Sharp' 20,888
03 Nissan Murano 4 Do, .;.................. S20,888
04 Chevy Tahoe .na,p. M .................... 21,979
03 Toyota 4-Runner s,.: s "22,979
04 Toyota Sequoia SR5 V-8 -il.r, 1...........29,888
RUCKS & VAliS SUPER 5PECUIA L
99 Mazda Pickup Aut.:jm: .i .. .................. 6,990
99 Ford Ranger Ext. Cab T-:ri TI :....o.. ...: $8,9900
S 03 Chevy S-10 Pickup .:. i................. 19,888
S 03 Toyota Tundra V-s, lr Dal....... ....... .10,888
03 Toyota Tacoma Pickup srl ................. 111,888
99 Toyota Tacoma Pre-Runner Ext. Cab. 11,888


03 GMC Safari Min Van shr.,r.....................12,588
01Chevy C-1500 Silveardo Ext. 0ab v-.. .4,188
01 Ford F-150 Ext. Cab XLT vs, t....... S14,888
00 Chevy C-1500 Ext. Cab 44 v.......... 15,888
02 Toyota Tacoma Ext. Cab 44 v-. ...20,988
03 Toota Tacoma Double Cab Aui .... ..s21,888
05 Chevy C-2510 0LT4x:,.w : j r Lur ms.f :e S39,888
ECONOiYW CRS, IP SIZE,
XiWURYAWMP ORTo CAR APCIA
97 Cadillac Sedan Deville .i:ca r ........ 5,888
02 Dodge Stratus 4 Doc: Auimlri,: ....... 6,579
02 Pontiac Bonneville :.upr Dji. ... 9,990
04 Buick Century 4 Door, V-6, 25k Miles ,....... 10,843
05 Ford Focus .1 D'. A;r:r, l iAu ,:.. ....... 10,888
03 Chevy Impala D:r pC.harp r.......10,888
97 Ford Mustang "Cobra"a~ ........ t 10,990
02 Honda Civic 4 rr :li .... ...10,990
05 Kia Optima 4 '..::;. Aul:. Lt,:. Payments ......... 11,979
05'Pontiac Vibe shrp ...... 11,979
05 Mitsubishi Lancer 4 D:.-.r Au,,mat.: .. 11,979
05 Ford Taurus 4 Door, -6 '13,888,
05 Pontiac Grand Am v6 .1......3,791
05Toyota Corolla Power P : 900:06: .. ... 14,888
04 Ford Crown Victoria :.'uer tjr... .. .14,888
00 Tpyota Avalon 4 Door, Nice 14,979
01Mercedes BenzC-230 Super Deal...... ..14,979
04Toyota Camry LE4 Door 15,888
05 Mitsubishi Galant ja o:r, s. p......... ..16,888
05 Scion '"C"L0oadd 9200 Mile-. "-- ... .-18,888


MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
ECHO earsGREAT SELECTION OF 160 Point Quality TUNDRAS
COROLLAS i6 Years, 100,000Mile
CAMRYS Limited WarranAtyS* Assurance Inspection -4-RUNNERS
CELICAS '6 Years, 100,00 Mile aGreatSlection FromCorollas HIGHLANDERS
TACOMAS Roadside Assistnce Soequolas SEQUOIAS
S"From original dale of first use A'hen sold as a neA ,ehlicle ea '

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S05 TOYOTASIN STOCK!
"-Ill p i-: .. r; id .:':'.l-.i .n.i3 ji i v-i.:.r rebate, plu il. i .g Subject to presale


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04 HONDA CIVIC DX Auto., Warranity, ,#N9203531l .............................. $12,968
04 NISSAN XTERRA Low Payment SLV #N68i-.1001 .... ....................... 4 8
04 NISSAN MAXIMA sunroof. Leather, #Ns493001l ....................... 21,968
05 NISSAN TITAN CREW CAB Lots of Power N9003619 ........... 22
05 NISSAN PATHFINDER SSE sunroor. ONsoof s 2c....... $1 25O.9 8


Billy Ba..'iey Mr Grccia Scort Jordan
Sales Manager 'Assistant Sales Mgr. Used Car Mgr.


Jerett Ean, r.'lichelle Jordan Dav'd Ryzak .ieremy Parrns
Team Sales Team Sales Team Sales Team Sales


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Career Opportunities

The Printing House, Inc.
Quincy, FL

The Printing House is expanding and we ,
need'your help. We are one of the largest
color printers in the Southeast, and we
Share looking for exceptional people to join
our team.

Entry level and experienced positions available in the Manufacturing areas of
Press and Bindery.
All skill levels are encouraged to apply. We will offer training for entry level positions
to help you obtain the skills and knowledge you need to excel in your career.



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Deadline

Monday Noon


Fax: 67-5008
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AUCTIONS
AUCTIONS
Saturday, September 17, 9:00 a.m.
Marianna, FL
Surplus Equipment for City of Marianna,
Jackson County School Board, Jackson.
County Public Work.
school buses, trucks, autos, vans, and
misc. equipment;
Location: Jackson County School Bus
SShop From -10 take Exit 136 N. (Penn
Ave.) 1 mile on left.
Mason Auction & Sales LLC PL#642
850-263 0473 or 850-849-0792










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

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

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at

800-847-6422


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


interim HealthCare
i is seeking: '

PT CNA to do visits
Marianna/Blountstown
area daytime hrs.

1N to do admissions/visits
and on-call

Effective Sept. 23, LPN
needed for Alford:area -
40 hrs/wk

CNA for weekends in'
Chipley area 38 hours -
evening/morning

Call 850-482-2770
Sor 800-917-9394.
Sept. 14, 21, 2005.



SPARTHENON
HEALTHCARE OF
;BLOUNTSTOWN '
invites you to jbina:
professional, caring,
: and enthusiastic team

RN/LPN
$2000.00 Sign-on Bonus

SCNA's
$2500.00 Sign-on Bonus
S*New Pay Scale for CNA's'*

.3-11,11-7, and Baylor
Spsitions available
S Shift Differential ,

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

SContact Angela Hewett or
i Jennifer Alday at
S 1850)674-5464


FOR SALE
(5) antique pictures, daybed, sleeper,.
tan ladies lounge chair, all $25 ea. Must
move quickly, donations to Red Cross.
Call 674-6142.

2001 Yamaha TT-R 90, 4 stroke, excel-
lent condition, $900. Call 762-4790 after
5 p.m.
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 babe.
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 Ioveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-2113.

CHERRY SLEIGH BED -$250,. Branid
new, sold wood 850-222-9879.
6 pc. full/queen bedroom set New in
boxes, sacrifice $550., 850-222-7783.
Queen mattress set. doubie pillow top
New in plastic with warranty, $150. 850-
426-8374.

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, Drown chair
w/ottoman, $75; 2 solid wood night
stands, $50; electric dryer, $75; old
Singer sewing machine. $100, boys cam-
ouflage Ion bed $100 dining room table
w/6 chairs. hunter green and wood $100:
blue recliner. $50. Call 762-3894.

_Jg.gompute Wiit.rflotor .4lbglLd
rmousfar,J spe'alk.er :" vser' ,i013I. paid
$1200, will sell for $500. Weight bench
with leg.lift, like new, $75. For more info
call 674-3839 and leave message.

Library table $700; 2x4 metal coun-
ters. $50 ea., antique vanity. $100. Call
674-6142.

GE counter top stove, stainless steel
with coil burners, excellent condition.
$75. Call 674-2720

FREE PETS
Free to a good home. Wnile female
bulldog Very friendly Call 762-2245.
Leave message

Ydung male cat born April 14. seeking
a loving home White with tabby
Sspots/markings Has had all vaccinations
including rabies, de-wormed, defleaed.
very healthy, completely litter Dox trainer.
Very affectionate, would make a loving
companion and pel. Call 674-5257. all
calls returned

Free to a good home. (2) .miniature
dachshunds, short haired, female, 6 yrs.
,old male. 8 yrs old. Hope to keep them
together. Call 674-3107, leave message

10 year old gelding, black and white
barrel and pole horse. 4 year old brown
and white paint mare, beautiful horse
Call 643-8600

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

Wanted: Chevy lull size pickup
Decent body and motor. Willing to pay
good price for decent, dependable truck
Call 850592-5460 aher 5 00 pm.. ask
, for Danny
Wanted: motor for a 2 5 liter 1989
SBuick and a transmission lor a 1989 Ford
SVan with overdrive Call 671--6142.

Wanted: a house. Call 674-6142.





BRING A SMILE TO
THE ELDERLY
Help brighten the lives of
elderly in our community.
Provide non-medical
companionship and home
care services to help
seniors remain at home
.for as long as possible.
Flexible hours.
HOME INSTEAD
SENIOR CARE
call


YARD SALE
Garage sale, Sat., 7:00 until, corner of
Folsom & Main, 3 families. We're unload-
ing a storage room. Bargains galore
including girls clothes, infant to size 8.
much more.

Yard sale Sat & Sun., 8:00 until at
intersection of Evans Ave. and Angle St.,
Blountstown. 1/2 price on everything. It
must all go.
Multi family yard sale Saturday, 8:00 -
12:00 across from the American Legion
,Hall on Hwy. 20, Blountstown.'


CARS & TRUCKS
1985 Chevy 4x4 SWB., 350 auto,
Flowmaster exhaust, 6 in.. lift, Mickey
Thompson aluminum rims, 35, 14.50, 15
Thornburg tires, 931: original miles on.
truck. I'm 3rd owner. Call (h) 850-352-
2621 or 850-573-2418 anytime.
1997 Honda Civic Turbo many extras,
10 000 miles $7 000 Call Crirs at 643-
1786 or 674-4762

2001 Mercury Grand Marquis. 71.000'
miles new tires, very good snape
$10,500. Call 674-3070
1993 Ford Thunderbird. 74.000 miles.
runs good A/C and heater works Good
work car $1200.00 Call 674-3839 and
leave message. ,.:


SUTTON CREEK
APARTMENTS'
1 6978 N.W. Mayo St.
Blountstown, FL
674-4202 1
Immediate
occupancy
available on a 3
bedroom unit.
ORental a....t.c .
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FOR RENT

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


16978 NW Mayo Siteet
Blounlstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDDITTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity




TERRY LAWN
LANDSCAPING
1I New SERVICE
Mowing* Trimming
9 Bush Hogging
o New Construction Landscaping
674-4576
Cell: 643-6142



TERRY

ENTERPRISES.
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
PONDS
Licensed and Insured
Call for FREE Estimates '
We Accept Major Credit Cards
MOBILE:'-150-643-4142 ;
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M&W Self Storage

RENTALS

7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$25*10xl0.;..$45
10x20...$80
** NO DEPOSIT ***
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8597


Use Our Convenient
FAX SERVICE
THE COUNTY
RECORD
Next to Badcock
FAX6
850-674-55041


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FOR RENT
For rent 2 bdr trailers., semi-fur-
nished, no pets; 674-4011.
RV trailers for rent, $75 $80 week,
most utilities furrished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.
Doublewide trailer for rent located at
15041 NW Circle Lane, Blackbottom Rd.
Call 762-3317.

Mobile home for rent, 2002 24x52, 3
bdr., 2 bath, all appliances $475/mrrio plus
$300. security dep'os: Localed on HWy
69A, 6 miles out of town. No Pets. Call
6"4-8378 after 5:00 p.m.

One bedroom mobile home in the
Clarksville area. $ 275mo Call 762-
S8550.

* 3 bdr., 2 bath, $4C00/mr. in Clarksville.
Call 674-8725.


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One of The County Record readers shares...


Travel adventure:


When In Rome


BY CHRISTIE RICARDO
Many longtime readers of The
County Record have fond memo-
ries of the articles written years
ago by the late George Atkins.
This week, his great-granddaugh-
ter, Christie Ricardo, shares a
travel story with us. The daughter
of Tina Kopec Ricardo and grand-
daughter of Christine Pfeiffer,
Christie writes to us from Rome.
The large, old mamma italiana
with soft, white hair, rippling fea-
Stures, and draping mumu fon-
dles my curls affectionately. I've
approached her on the street to
ask directions, and she doesn't
speak a. word of English. This
does not faze her, however, and
her endeavor is. touching. "Eh -
eh eh," she tells me, pointing
down the street eccentrically,
and wriggles her fingers to indi-
cate a water fountain. She asks
me how old I am with great effort.
Then we part ways, the old
woman bubbling with excitement
and helpful zeal. She will most
likely go home and tell her family
she met an American tourist
tonight.
SFortunately, most people in
Rome speak English, and the
young generation is modernized
and well educated. But it is
encounters such as these, espe-
cially when you are living in
Rome, which reminds you of how
very, very old the city is.
I. sometimes find myself feeling
quite: comfortable with my envi-
ronment in downtown Rome,
surrounded by zipping cars,
buses, and mopeds, youthful
people dressed .in the height of,
fashion, and savvy internet cafes
and coffee bars on every block. It
is easy to understand, then, my:
surprise when I literally turned,
the corner and:- presto! found'.
the Pantheon. standing regally
eight in front of me..
Everywhere in Rome. there are
monoliths reminiscent of the
ancient empire. looking almost
as if they have no business being.
there. In a tiny, cobbled street.
surrounded by rising walls with
high, shuttered windows framed
by flower boxes, I come out into
an opening within the maze of
buildings and see an ancient
Egyptian obelisk (a tall, thin, rec-
tangular stone monument etched
,with hieroglyphs). It seems to
Look down at me with a snobby
air -.saving, "I have seen more
than (ou could ever dream of."
l MeanwhilE-.- teeny-tiny
European cars, a testament to
technology in the modern age,
speed maddeningly on the main,
roads. You can't expect to wait
on:the side of tht road for some-


one to stop and let you cross. It's
up to you to make a dash when
the walking signal appears. The
cars will stop for pedestrians, but
don't expect them to follow the
speed limit. It's understood that
driving is a risk. Everyone is an
offensive driver. The other day.
the bus I was riding in came
within three inches of sideswip-
ing a vehicle. The people in tie
car didn't even flinch.
If anything makes a'trip to
Rome worthwhile, it's the people.
Italians are beautiful people fill
of expression, always willing to
help. On more than/one occa-
sion, natives have stopped what
they're doing to approach me and
my liousemates and ask if we
need help getting around, even
going so far as to walk us there
themselves!
At the same time, it is impor-
tant to beware of tourist traps
and scams as well as pick-pock-
eters (never'fear violent crime is
practically nonexistent). Never
buy an item for the first price
from a street vendor. They
always start too high. It's wise to
gage the. value of the item and
start with the lowest price possi-
ble. If it's too low, the vendor will
not accept it at all, but it is pos-
sible to achieve a better deal by
feigninrg disinterest
An Indian vendor, with deep,
dark skin and .long cool fingers
played the game with me the
other night. "This is ten euros.
but for you, I will make it eight,"
he said.
"They're selling a slightly: d i-
fereit pair over there, which I
like better." I answered honestly.
,He touched me excessively -
not inappropriately, but enough
to make me w'ary of my personal
space. He clutched my shoul-
ders, put his hand to my ear, and
whispered. "Don't tell anyone.
Between \ou and me; seven
euros.
I bought them. and he grinned
flashing white teeth at me. My
politeness may signal me out as
gullible, but I an smarter than I
Appear.
The currency here is the euro.
like most western European
countries. In more residential
areas, away from tourists, one
can buy a liter of wine at
restaurant for only five euros -
for less at the supermarket.
The food is very different.
geared toward the Italian tenden-
cy to eat a lot of pasta. Cheese
and cured meats are also com-
Smon. However, don't come over
to Italy and expect the pizza to be
anything like what you're used to
in the States. The crust is thin


and usually a bit burnt, with a
thin layer of cheese and sauce.
It's delicious, but not what
Americans are used to. Gelato,
the typical Italian ice cream, dif-
fers from what we're used to in
that it uses less cream and more
milk and sugar. They make it in
outstanding flavors. such as
hazelnut. eggnog. coconut.
Nutella. and banana. which ma\
not sound so exotic at first. but
once tasted cannot be mistaken.
Its fine texture, cream\ sweet-
ness. and ridiculously good fla-
vor are unlike anything I've ever
tasted. Most all the food in Rome
is fresh. unprocessed, and pesti-
cide-free. Eating here will cer-
tainly spoil me.
It's important to remember
that there are some differing cus-
toms. Italians, men and women.
kiss each other once on each
cheek greeting and parting. In
church, it is expected to keep
shoulders and legs covered.
Gratuity is completely optional.
Taxi drivers aren't tipped like
they are in New York City.
Convenience is a precious com-


modity. Patience is a must.
Romans like to take it easy, so
don't expect them to work with
American efficiency. Stores close
for lunch around noon and don't
open again until three or four.
It's all about taking the good
along \ith the bad. Like any
place, it has its positive arid neg-
aute expenences. This morning.
as I walk to church. I cross a
two- thousand year old bridge. A
pot-bellied, clean-shaven, soft-
faced old man (he could be nms-
taken for an elderly gentleman
back home) asks me a question
in his lilting, musical mother
tongue.
"I only speak Enghsh." I tell
lum apologetically.
He smiles sweetly and says
something, laughing. As we part
ways at the end of the bridge, he
nods to me and calls. "Ciao
bella!" Goodbye beautiful a
common partmg phrase. The
thing is. soaking in Rome. a citv
built on and around history. sur-
rounded by cerulean skies. trees.
and flowers and bright foreign
faces. it's sometimes very diffi-
cult not to feel beautiful.


Dear Gadsden,,Liberty & Calhoun .. *.Paying someone a $5000 O$6000 ofit-: t t. ;AN VAlEwe wake a alprofit.,
County Residents, on a. $ 10000 automobile. ahd iou get a great deal! :
-1to0 years ago I obtained my Florida Here's whatfwe've done atDirect Au1tmo-. The b'et i .rtf i.awe fhave familoith-e',;1,
Dealer's.License due to .the frustration of '. tive Wholesale: .. ,, NOT IIG(iR11ESSU. E SALESP1PL ,
Shopping for a used car. The following tree *All vehicles are priced at' (:"i6 If yofI don't s the car qf yurdreanis "
things made car shopping a big headache;i alde".whbich is iheR;ricer.icrdit .utionsanid this:ad;eall;us. We'll get YoWlpreap rved;-g
fore m: banks will loanyou or0 thi-vhi6cle. ,7 tell youi'hat itwill cost andu r .ifo .i ,
-aHaggline for the bestiprice We reure N iiOWN PA: MIENtiort any W aptpreciat our -siPorin
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foraya down fpamet tae, taxes title and taig taxes and tag most of tie ime. '. .


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Birth Annuncement


0 Down '02 Suburu Forester
S269/mo All Wheel Drive!


0 Down '02 Honda Accord
s288/mo Sunrool! Low Miles!

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0 Down '01 Toyota Camry LE
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0 Down '98 Dodge Ram 1500
s153imo V6. Low Miles!


Braeden Diane Smith
Robbie and Lena Smith of
Altha proudly announce the Dirth
of their daughter. Broeden Dione
Smith born on August 5th at 7-30
a m at Gulf Coast Medical
Center. She .eighea 8 pounds
9.5 ounces and was 20 inches
long
Grandparents, include :Dennis
and Peggy Cobb of Altha and:
Lavoughn Smith and the iate J.B.
Smith po Clarksville. Great grand-
mother is Frances Cobb of
Marionna.


Thursday, Marianna


.The Bereavement Support
Services Department of Covenant
Hospice, will begin 'a Grief
Support Group on Thursday,
Sept. 15. This is a six-week sup-
port group, which will run each
Thursday from Sept. 15 until
Oct. 20. at the Covenant Hospice,
office, in the Danley Building at
4440 Lafayette Street. Marianna.
The group is free to the public.
Indniiduals whio have suffered
the loss of a loved one, individu-
' als wishing to learn more, about
supporting someone in grief and
Individuals wishing to learn more
about the grieving process are
encouraged' to attend., "Please
contact Dana Morris at Covenant
Hospice at 482-8520 or (888)
817-2191 if you need further
information.


Emily Nicole Barber
Trae and Niki Barber of
Cottondole are proud: td
announce the birth of their
daughter Emily Ilicole.. born
August 25 2005 at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan. Emily
weighed 8 pounds, 8 o,,unces aind
was 21 inches long. Proud grand-
parents: ore John and Siharon
Austin of Blountstown, Barbara
'Barber and Paul Barber, Sr. of
Cotiondole.

Chipola Arts

Association to,


The Chipola Regonal Arts
Association's general meeting
and Dutch-treat luncheon is
open to the public and \\ill be
held in Mananna at Jim's Buffet
and Grill on Tuesday. Sept. 20.
at )11:30. a.m. cst. John Brewer
,,ll present a program:on fram-
ing.
The Chipola 'Regional Arts
Association serves Calhoun,
Holmes,; Jackson, Liberty. aind
Washington counties. Founded
in 1989, the organization is. part
of.the Chipola Foundation and
works closely wi th the Chipola
Fine 'and,. Performing Arts
Department. The objectives 'of
the CRAA are to develop the
appreciation and ,enjoyment of :
the arts.

SB IEm


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s210imo Sunroof, 32K miles $421/mo Limited. Loaded


0 Down '00 Chevy S-10
1210/mo Xcab. 4-cyl, 43k miles


0 Down '01 Toyota Avalon
s288/mo Like New'


0 Down '04 Ford Crown Vic 0 Down '00 Chevy Silverado 0Down '00 Honda CRV 0 Down '02 Chrysler PT Cruiser
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0 Down '02 Infiniti Q45 0 Down '01 Ford Taurus, 0 Down '02 Dodge Grand Caravan 0 Down '03 Nissan Altima
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