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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 2005
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Preceded by: Calhoun County times (Altha, Fla.)

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2005 0 98th Year, No. 4 E BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


FALL FESTIVAL


Pioneer Day


wil be held


October 15

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement, a nonprofit organiza-
Ion dedicated to the preserva-
tion of rural life in the Florida
Panhandle, announces its annu-
al Pioneer Day Event.
Pioneer Day will take place on
Saturday, October 15, 2005 from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (CT). Pioneer
Day is in conjunction with Goat
Day, -at Sam Atkins Park; both
events are sponsored by the
JRotary Club. and Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement. Admission
t l$2 for both events.
t The event offers something for
Every member of the family: pet
Sgoats and hay rides for the little
ones, blacksmithing demonstra-
Lions and re-enactment for dads,
quilting and other crafts for the
ladies. Traditional crafts like
chair canning. spinning, chip
carx-ing, beekeeping and other
skills are always favorites.
Volunteers are cooking biscuits,'
blackberry buckle, or making
crackling bread while musicians
pick their instruments, on the
porches. The Olde General Store
offers vintagee style toys. hand-
made crafts. local honey and
: preserves.
See PIONEER, page 3


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ENGINES WERE REVVING in downtown Biountstovn Saturday at the.Classic Car and Street Rod Show held in the courthouse parking lot.
For the thirdstraight year, the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office has presented the show to rise rnoney for Christmas for the Children, a
project that provides gifts to needy youngsters in our community. Turn to page i3 for morie highlights from the car snow.
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REUEF EFFORTS CONTINUE




Sutility wokes len hand



along M ississippi Gulf


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Two City of Blountstown
linemen returned Thursday
after spending 10 days m the
Hurricane Katrina ravaged
region along the Mississippi
Gulf Coast.
Phillip Griffin and Leslie
Brunson won't soon forget the
images they saw up close and
personal as they worked to
restore power to some of the
hardest hit areas. The pair
worked alongside 3200 line
workers from 28 states who
came out to lend a hand.
Griffin and Brunson spent
most of their time in Kiln.
Diamondhead. Bay St. Louis.
Jordan River Shores, and
Waveland.
'The worst I've ever seen
were people lined up in a park-
ing lot behind a shopping cen-
ter in Bay St. Louis to get food
and water," Griffin recalls.
"That was the only source of
food those people had." Griffin
says he and Brunson gave out


water at one point on the trip.
"That was probably the worst
point for me, the reality of it."
he adds.
Home for Griffin and
Brunson was an RV provided
by Maj. Rodney Smith of the
Blountstown Police
Department. Other linemen
slept in tent cities. "They
served over 8000 meals, did
1500 pounds of laundry, and
used 18 pallets of ice per day."
says Brunson.
They said many area resi-
dents who were unable to live
in their homes had also taken
up shelter in small tents.
The pair says people they
encountered were grateful they
were there to help. "Twenty
percent of customers were
completely lost and you could-
n't restore power, but when we
left, 98 percent of those that
could receive power were taken
care of."
For some unbelievable pho-
tos from Griffin and Brunson's
trip to the Mississippi Coast,
turn to page 7.


T".
I.AOSFORD'SCHOOL HOSTED A-.DRIVE FOR THE VICTIMS OF HURRICANE KATRINA from Sept. 6-23.
Students aiid, staff brought seven truck loads of.supplies Including food, baby Items, blankets, and
:.itclhlng'.'Q her activitieslhcluded a.ca'r wash: students purchasing homework passes, wear a hat to
school.couporns, a baketsdle, snow cones, and a 8fh grade vs staff volleyball game They complet-
';ed.Iith J:funddraiser witht"SIME" a"Teacher/Staff and'Show You Care Week. The students and staff filled
t': ti.fayvorite or nodt soofavorlestqff member's ar .with cash. The'top three money earners Were
i.;Stihdrile 'Shulet-with;$;22,45,lBeckie Black.with$ 115.14,,and School Resource Officer James Lowery
;wlth'S114,21 -.OVerall, .osford School'collecteda grand total of $1,728:8911 Hosford School students
.j1esehtedlthe'funds ftdRhonda Lewis, Liberty County Emergency Management Director, to give to
,eH liHurriLcane KatrlrdRellief Fund efforts.


FORMER LEON COUNTY SHERIFF
Ra',mond R. Hamlin, Jr. of the
Wiima community in LibertV
County has released a new book,
A Itabke Up Call to Flondo's
Hunters and Fishermen Hamlin
expresses his belief that environ-
mental etrermists roalcal anima
rights organizations, and unrea-
sonable self interest are the
greatest threat to our hunting
and fishing heritage For a copy'
of the book. send $22.77 to
Hornlin at 36769 SW SP 65 Bristol
FL 32321 or call 850/670-8878.


INMATE OVERDOSES


rIio arrested

after visit to

CaCI Saturday

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A woman and two juveniles
were arrested Saturday after
their visit to' Calhoun
Correctional Institution (CaCI)
ended in an inmate's overdose.
Arrested were Chontay Laray
Williams, 19; along with a minor
girl and boy. They were' all
charged with introduction of
contraband into a state correc-
tional facility, possession of
Schedule III and IV narcotics,
possession of less than 20 grams:
of marijuana, drug parapherna-
lia, and a prescription drug with-
out a prescription.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Sgt:
Mark Mallory responded to CaCI
after a report of possible drug
activity. He was met by CaCI
Capt. Steve Roddenberry who
advised an inmate had over-
dosed during a visitation and he
suspected the inmate's visitor,
Chontay Williams, may have
brought the inmate some type of
drug Dunng Williams' visit. the
inmate reportedly attacked her;
resulting in her shirt being
ripped. The inmate was
restrained by correctional staff.
Capt. Roddenberry further
advised that. when CaCI Sgt.
Youngwent to get the two minors
who were waiting in the car to.
advise them of the attack onr
\\'illtl.: t ,. the boy appe:.red:t nerv-
ous and made several trips to the
Vehicle and removed items from
his pocket before coming into the
facility.
Sgt. Mallory spoke with
Williams,. who immediately
asked, W'ill they pump his stom-
ach to get the pills out'?" Sgt.
Mallor' asked her what kind of
pills the inmatewould have and
she reportedly stated she had
just assumed he had taken some
pills. Sgt. Mallory asked Williams
if there was anything illegal in
'her vehicle and ishe responded
that she didn't think so. She
then consented to a search of her
vehicle.
Sgt. Mallory also questioned
the minor boy with Williams and
he advised a, small amount of
marijuana and some pills were in
the vehicle. He said they could
be found underneath the driver's
seat and that Williams was
unaware they were there,
However, the minor girl said both
she and Williams knew about the
drugs when they entered the
prison grounds.
A vehicle search turned up a
clear plastic bag of marijuana.
two packs ofr.olling papers, two
and a half Vicodin. two Kionopin,
seven Xanax, and three
Sulindac. Williams remains in
custody at the Calhoun County
,Jail. The boy was turned over to
a juvenile detention center and
the girl was released to her
father.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 28, 2005, Page 2


Altha men arrested
on grand theft and
cocaine charges
STwo Altha men are behind bars after a
deputy caught them with a stolen genera-
tor and found one with cocaine.
SArrested were John Stephen Fleck,
26, charged with possession of cocaine,
possession of drug paraphernalia, grand
theft, and resisting arrest without vio-
Jence, and Kevin Justin Hansford, 22,
charged with grand theft.
' According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton was at
home Sunday night when he received a
call around 9:30 p.m. from his mother-in-
law, Karen Hansford, who advised a vehi-
cle had pulled into the field beside her
residence on Hwy. 69-A. Dep. Dalton,
)Who lives nearby, told her to call the
Sheriff's Office, then took off in his patrol
par to investigate.
SWhile backing out of his driveway, he
spotted a vehicle pull out of the field and
turn north on Hwy. 69-A at a high rate of
speed. Dep. Dalton pursued and stopped
Ihe vehicle, a silver Toyota truck with a
ladder rack. As he approached, he noted
an ice chest, along with a black and red


generator, were in the bed of the truck.
Because he could tell it was a work truck,
he stated he didn't question the items.
Fleck was behind the wheel and
reportedly advised they were shining
deer. When Dep. Dalton smelled alcohol,
Fleck reportedly admitted to having about
two beers to drink. At Dep. Dalton's
request, Fleck stepped out of the truck
and reportedly agreed to a search of the
vehicle.
After Fleck passed a field sobriety
test, Dep. Dalton checked the truck and
located a brown wooden box in the back
seat containing a clear plastic bag of a
white powder substance, along with a
spoon with a white powder residue.. The
powder on the spoon tested positive for
cocaine, however, the white powder in
the plastic bag did not. Dep. Dalton took
the box and it's contents into evidence
and advised Fleck he was going to send
it to the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement for further testing. Fleck
allegedly stated the powder was baking
soda that he used to make crack form
cocaine. The pair were then released
pending results of further testing of the
powder.
Shortly after releasing Fleck and
Hansford, Dep. Dalton spoke with. his
father-in-law, Ricky Hansford, who
advised his black and red generator was


missing. Dep. Dalton recalled spotting a
generator fitting that description in the
back of Fleck's truck and put a BOLO (be
on the lookout) notice out on the vehicle
to all deputies on duty.
Dep. Dalton continued the investiga-
tion at the Hansford home and Ricky
advised Kevin had wanted to feed the
horses earlier that day which seemed
odd to him due to the fact Kevin hated to
feed them. Ricky said he gave the keys to
the feed building to Kevin, adding that the
generator was kept in the same building.
Dep. Dalton checked the area around the
feed building and spotted a set of tire
tracks leading from where the generator
was last seen out to the field where
Fleck's truck had been parked.
Dep. Dalton soon learned that Fleck
and Hansford were at Fleck's residence
in Altha. Dep. Jared Nichols met Dep.
Dalton at the home, but the generator
was not found in the back of Fleck's truck.
Both Hansford and Fleck reportedly
denied ever having a generator in the
vehicle.
Due to the fact that Dep. Dalton had
seen the generator in the truck earlier
that evening, he placed the pair under
arrest. However, when he told Fleck to
put his hands behind his back, Fleck
reportedly told him he could not arrest
him. As Dep. Dalton attempted to hand-
cuff Fleck, he allegedly pulled away from
him several times and failed to obey com-
mands to stop resisting. Dep. Dalton
reported using the minimal amount of
force necessary to take, Fleck into cus-
tody. The pair remained in custody at
press time.


Routine traffic stop
of biker ends in
arrest for drugs
A local man was arrested Thursday
after a routine traffic stop turned up illegal
narcotics.
Marcus Otis Williams, 49, was
charged with possession of
Hydrocodone, possession of prescription
pills without a prescription, and no motor-
cycle license.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton spot-
ted Williams traveling westbound'on SR
20 and had prior knowledge that he didn't
have a motorcycle endorsement.
During the traffic stop, Williams
reportedly appeared nervous. After con-
senting to a search, Williams pulled a sil-
ver container from his pocket and
dropped it down the front of his pants. It
slid down his leg and out the bottom of his
pants. Dep. Dalton retrieved the contain-
er from the ground and discovered a
,while powder substance inside. Williams
.reportedly staled it was crusned up


Hydrocodone and admitted he didn't
have a prescription for the drug. A pre-
scription pill bottle containing four
Cefuroxime 250 mg pills were also dis-
covered with the prescription in a
woman's name.
Williams was taken into custody and
given a conditional release the following
day.

Bamboozled boyfriend
accuses women of
stealing $330 cash


Two women landed in the Calhoun
County Jail last week after allegedly
pulling a fast one on a boyfriend.
Arrested were Sharon Sneads, 27,
and Shala Boyd, each charged with lar-
ceny over $300. Sneads is also charged
with violation of state probation.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Charles Brown, 57, of
Blountstown, contacted authorities Sept.
9 to report someone had stolen $330
, from his home.
Dep. Nick Keller responded to his
home and learned Brown had cashed his
paycheck the day before and had $750 in


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cash in his wallet. He said he had not left
home since that time..He advised that the
only people in his home had been
Sneads and Boyd who arrived around 5
a.m. Brown reportedly stated he had
been dating Sneads for about three
weeks and the two had been intimate that
morning while Boyd was in another room.
Afterward, he said Sneads insisted they
shower together. Immediately after taking
a shower, he said the women took off;
Brown stated that, due to Sneads' odd

See CRIME REPORT, page 10


EnCt REsi Duin_ tEAEP We R

Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Sept. 16: Sharon Sneads, larceny over $300, violation of state probation
Sept. 19: Elizabeth Alday, failure to appear in court, violation of state probation
Sept. 20: Shala Boyd, larceny over $300; Lori Attaway, violation of state proba-
tion; Raymond Wolford, holding for Hillsborough Co.; Alex Sanchez, holding for
Hillsborough Co.; Gregory Couch, driving while license suspended or revoked
with knowledge
Sept. 22: Barbara Dykes, violation of county probation; Elizabeth Boutwell,
worthless checks/Jackson Co.; Marcus Williams, no motorcycle endorsement,
possession of Schedule II narcotics, possession of prescription drug without a
prescription; Richard Lamb, battery, felony criminal mischief, trespassing after
warning; Darcy Bess, resisting arrest without violence, disorderly conduct
Sept. 23: Mandy Allen, violation of state probation; Julio G. Martinez, no drivers
license; Michael Cooley, driving while license suspended or revoked, DUI
Sept. 24: Joyce Ann Mears, battery; Chontay Williams, possession of Schedule
III and Schedule IV narcotics, introduction of contraband into state correctional
facility, possession of prescription pills without a prescription, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia; Michael A. Pitts, domestic
battery; Tony Thomas, writ of attachment, driving while license suspended or
revoked
Sept. 25: Scott Adkins, driving while license suspended or revoked; Gene Bess,
driving while license suspended or revoked, resisting arrest without violence;
James Yenerall, domestic battery
Sept. 26: Lonnie Davis, DUI felony; Steven Fleck, possession of cocaine; Kevin
Hansford, grand theft
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 innocet qntil proven guilty.
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Main Street to

meet Monday
The regular monthly meeting
of Main Street is Monday,
October 3, at noon in the
Chamber's building. Please
remember to bring a brown bag
lunch.

Death topic of

Lunch & Learn
Healthcare professionals are
invited to a "lunch and learn"
seminar entitled Death and
Dying to be held Friday, Sept.
30th from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15
p.m. at Covenant Hospice, locat-
ed at 4440 Lafayette Street, in
Marianna, next to Sunbelt credit.
Community Educator Christy
Bloechl will discuss some of the
emotional reactions and physical
stages a person experiences after
receiving a terminal diagnosis.
The seminar is free and lunch
is provided. RNs, LPNs, CNAs
and ALF' administrators will
receive one C.E.t. Please register
early, as space is limited. Call
Christy Bloechl at 850-482-8520
or toll-free at (888) 817-2191.


THERE'S A NEW BUSINESS IN DOWNTOWN BLOUNTSTOWN! The
Alamo Tavern & Grill at 20707 East Central will open its doors
this weekend with country band Tuf Luck taking to the tavern
stage Friday and Saturday nights as a benefit for local volun-
teer fire departments (VFDs). The entire $5 cover charge will ,
go to the VFDs. In addition, $1 from each future cover charge
will go toward the 2006 Fourth of July Blountstown fireworks
festival, also a benefit for VFDs. The Alamo, under the man-
agement of Popy Hill, will open a restaurant in the near future. 1


,ATT KEARCE TOOK HIS ATTORNEY'S OATH Monday afternoon in the
Cahoun Counrt, Courthouse Jud:ge Ke. in Gro'. er (shownAn .ongratiJlot-
ing Matt) administered the oath in front or a crowd of fainlyr anr-
friernds recent graduate of NoJo. Mott and his '..ife, Christ., reside in
Westin near Fort Louderdale. They are expecting treir first child in just
a re.e weeks Matt is tne son of Jin- and Larnolne Kearce of
Blouritstowri Above Matt (oack rowv center) is shown with farnil' rrenri-
Cbers (from left) Kristal Keorce Watson, Christy Kearce. Cornr Kearce
Mosi Linmoine Keorce.. oa Kerce, anid Jim Kearce Not pictured is his
brother Britt Kearce



Tri-State Off Road


Park raci
F '-ie t'esults of.the September'
123rd 'Fst Tack at Tri-State Off.
Road Park were as follows:
Street Legal Consistency
Ist pl -Steve Whitfield
2nd pi -Lee Flowers
Consistency
1st pl -Andy Cumbie
:2nd pli-Lee Flowers :
3rd pl JimhnrN Mathes
: 4th pl Harry Goodwin ;'
4 & 6 Cylinder
1 ist p Harry, Goodwin
:,2nd pl -Steve Whitfield .
Street Modified
1st pi Matt Webb
S2nd pl Jimmy Mathes
3rd pi Paul Herron
4th pl Andy Cumbie
Sand Drags
Street Legal
1st pi Kenny Clewis
2nd pl Phillip Melvin
3rd pi Renee Cumbie
Street Modified
Ist pi Paul Herron

Pioneer
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is located in Sam
Atkins Park, off Hwy. 20 (Silas
Greene Road), 1.2 miles west of
Blountstown. Maps and direc-
tion are, available on our website:
www.panhandlepioneersett'le-
ment.org.


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2iid. p1 -'Jimmy Mathes
3rd 'pi Andv Cumbie
4th pi Matt Webb
Bicycle Race
Boys Corey Herron
Girls Alana Flowers


The results of the September
S24th Deep Bog Hole at Tri-State
Off Road Park were as follows:
S4& 6 Cylinder
1st pl Harry Goodwin
2nd pi -Steve Whitfield
3rd pl Sonny Shurrum
S4ti pl Keith Yon
Street Legal
Ist pi Frank Stanley
2nd pl Steve Whitfield
3rd pi Kenny Clewis
4th pl Tommy Arnold
38.5 & Down
1st pl Chad Flowers
S2nd pi Travis Melton
3rd pl Jimmy Mathes
4th pl -Gator Parker
39-& Up
.. Ist pi Millard Leavins
2nd pil Sonny Adams
: 3rd 'p Scotty.Bailey,. ::
4th pi Jason Lowery..
Foot Races
Boys 6-11 yrs. Kevin Ping
Girls 6-11 yrs. Christy
Whitfield
12 yrs. & over Andrew
Garrett
Winner of the 50 ticket
drawing C.D. Holley


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OBITARIE


CHRISTINE JUMP AYERS
Mrs. Christine Jump Ayers,
82, of Blountstown, passed away
Tuesday, September 20, 2005, in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Ayers was born in
Griffin, Georgia, and had had
lived in Blountstown most of her
life.
Survivors include one sister,
Gladys Kinville and husband Joe
of Blountstown; one step-grand-
son, David Wellman of Panama
City; two great grandchildren,
Brittany and Bobbie Wellman of
Panama City;. several nieces and
nephews including Richard
Hensley of Blountstown and
Barbara Jean Gibson of Griffin,
Georgia.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 PM Friday, September 23,
at the Adams Funeral Home
chapel in Blountstown with
Reverend Art Menard officiating.
Interment followed at the Sunny
Hill Cemetery near Altha.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.

NORA WORLEY BAILEY
Nora Worley Bailey, 92, died
Thursday, September 22, 2005,
in Carrabelle.
The service was held Friday,
September .23, 2005 at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Carrabelle with burial at
Magnolia Cemetery in
'Blountstown.
She was a native of Andalusia,
AL, and moved to Blountstown in
1947 and later to Carrabelle in
1955. She loved her Lord, her
husband and her children.
She is survived by two daugh-
ters: Janette Lakey of Panama
City and JoAnn Gander (and
husband Rush) of Carrabelle; a
son, Billy Bailey ( and wife Babs)
of Carrabelle; and nine grand-
children: Bobby Lawrence ( and
wife Vickey) of Lakeland, Charles
Lawrence ( and wife Nena) of
Jacksonville, Annette Hall (. and
husband Chuck) of Fernandina
Beach, Mico and John Lakey,
both of Panama City,. Donna
Barber (and husband Brent) of
Carrabelle, Deborah Gander of
Miami, Teresa Bailey of Lake
Talquin and Lisa Strickland (and
husband Ron) of Crawlordville.
She also was blessed with eight
great-grandchildren and three
great- great-grandchild ren:.-. --
She was preceded in death in
1960 by her husband, Jerry
Bailey.
Bevis Funeral of Bristol was in
.charge .of the arrangements.
850-643-3636.

CARL B. BRANCH
Mr. Carl B. Branch. age 60. of
Grand Ridge. passes away
Friday. September 23. 2005 at
his residence. Mr. Branch was a
hard working man who enjoyed
farming, fishing and being out-
doors. He loved his grandchil-
Sdren dearly.
SMr. Branch ias preceded in
death by his mother. Abie Ham
Branch.
Survivors include his loving
wife,. Janice Branch of Grand
'Ridge; his father, Lamar Branch
of Grand Ridge; two sons: Greg


Hidden Treasures'

by
Ryt it
S ll McDougald '

Lust of the Flesh
Text: 1 John 2:15-17
Paul Harvey tells a gruesome story
explaining how an Eskimo kills a aolf.'
The Eskimo takes a knife and coats it in
blood and freezes it. Then, he coats the
knife in blood a second time and freezes
it again. The Eskimo repeats this the.
Same way a candle maker would repeat-
edly dip a wick into wax and cool it to'
make a candle.
When the blade of the knife is com-
pletely covered in frozen blood, he goes
out into the night and plants the knife in
the ground with the blade up. The wolf
smells the' blood, is drawn io the knife.
and begins to lick the frozen blood off the
blade.
As the blood merits and the wolf can
taste more and more blood, he begins to
lick feverishlyfeeding his appetite. By
the time he has licked the blood down to
the exposed edge of the blade, the wolf's
desire has completely overcome him. He
keeps licking faster and faster cutting his
tongue on the Sharp blade. The wolf.
tasting his own warm blood, Ilerally licks
himself to death lapping up his' own
blood.
Sin is very much like the knife covered
with frozen.blood. Sin draws us away
and entices us by using our own desires
against us. Sin keeps feeding our
desires in a sinful way until it eventually
destroys us.
That is why Jbhr warns us to not yield
to the lust of the flesh. What 'Satan does


is appeal to a legitimate desire and tempt
us to fulfill it in a sinful way For example,
.Satan tempts you to commit gluttony by
appealing to your natural desire for food.
The longer you yield to the sin; the.
stronger sin's grasp on you becomes. If
you are not careful, you will find yourself
enslaved and destroyed by the very thing
'that you once desired.
Beware the lu'ft of the flesh. The
pleasure it brings is fleeting.
Ryan McDougald is ~a licensed,
brdalned Free W#il Bap ,st ,'n..strer host-
ing Bible study in the home. For more
information, cal 674-6351.


Branch, Randy Branch and wife,
Mona of Grand Ridge; one
daughter, Sheila Rogers and hus-
band, Clark of Grand Ridge;
three brothers: Ethan Branch
and wife, Rita, Harold Branch
and wife, Judy, Cecil Branch and
wife, Joy, all of Grand Ridge; one
sister, Charlotte Branch of
Tallahassee; six grandchildren:
Shae, Courtney, Carly, Caitlin,
Alexander and Mikayla.
Funeral services for Mr.
Branch were.held at 2:00 p.m.,
Sunday, September 25, 2005 at
Shady Grove Methodist Church
near Grand Ridge. Interment fol-
lowed in Shady Grove Cemetery
Hall Funeral Home in Altha
was in charge of the arrange-
ments. 850-762-3965.

HAROLD RICHARD CURRIER
HI
Mr. Harold Richard Currier III,
of Bristol, passed away Tuesday
evening, September 20, 2005, in
Blountstown.
Mr. Currier was born in Fort
Gordon, Georgia, and had had
lived in Bristol for many years.
He was retired from the Florida
Department of Transportation
and was also retired from the US
Army National 'Guard after serv-
ing for 26 years.
He was preceded in death by a
grandchild, Mathew.
Survivors include his wife,
Elsie Currier of Bristol; three
sons, Harold Richard Currier IV
of Lake Mary, FL, Walter Lee
Currier of Lawndale, NC, and
Dennis Ray Currier of Bristol;
one daughter, Phyllis Wright of
Bristol; one brother, Raleigh
Samford of Pensacola; two sis-
ters, Barbara Ann Jackson of
Crystal River and Jackie Samford
of Milton; and eight grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held at,
11:00 AM EST Friday, September
23, from the Lake Mystic Baptist
Church with Reverend Victor
Walsh officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the Lake Mystic,
Cemetery in Bristol.
Adams' Funeral Home in
Bristol was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 643-5410 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.

DORIS JEANETTE KEARCE
Doris Jeanette Kearce, 85, of
Blountstown, passed away
Friday, September 23, 2005. in
Tallahassee- with her farmly- by -
her side.
Mrs. Kearce, most affection-
ately known by her loving chil-
dren and grandchildren as
"MaMa", was born in Altha,
Florida, on May 23, 1920. The
youngest of'Thomas Monroe and
Nora Owens Howell's nine chil-
dren, MaMla was the first of the'
"Howell clan" born in Florida
after the family moved from,
Geneva County, Alabama.
SMaMa was a renowned culi-
nary expert of southern cuisine
in her native Calhoun County.
Throughout her life she took
tremendous pride and enjoyment
in helping others. MaMa was a
proud caretaker and a nurturer
of many friends and family
though the years, most notably,
her children and grandchildren
who gave her great pride and
enjoyment. Any visitor in' her
home would not be allowed to
leave without first sampling
some of her traditional down
home fare. She truly epitomized
and was a benchmark of the def-
Simition of southern hospitality.
Ask any of her children and
Grandchildren what they remem-
ber and cherish about MaMa and
they will tell you without hesita- '
tion that her family was the most
important part of her life. As a
result. she leaves behind an
incredible legacy and an indelible
mark on the lives she touched.
She is a long time member .of
Christian Home Free Will Baptist
Church.
MaMa was preceded in'death-
by her parents, Thomas and.
Nora Howell; her husband,
George Alison Kearce; eight sib-
lings; and a daughter, Patricia
Kearce Simpson.
She is survived by her son,
Jim Kearce, arid his wife,
Lamoine, of Blountstown; three
daughters, Gayle Grimes and her
husband, Billy, of Tallahassee,
Sandra Smith and her husband,
Jack, of Scotts Ferry, and Kim
Baker. of Chattahoochee: 12.
grandchildren, Monique Wood
and her husband, Bruce, of
Tallahassee, Cami Masai and her
husband. Marshall,, of
Blountstown, Jay Kearce of
Memphis, ,TN, Melissa Reddoch
and her husband. Billy, of


Monticello, James "Bubba"
Simpson and his wife, Noelle, of
Carlisle; OH, Bill Grimes of
Tallahassee, Britt Kearce and his
wife, Stephanie, of Roswell, GA,
Todd Grimes and his wife, Becky,
of Tallahassee, Kristal Watson
and her husband, Roger, of
Canton. Georgia, Matt Kearce
and his wife, Christy, of Westini,
FL, and Kearce and Madison
Baker of Chattahoochee; and 13
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
S10:30 AM CST .*,Tuesday,
September 27, from the
4t^


Christian Home Freewill Baptist
Church in Blountstown with Dr.
Dan Duncan officiating.
Interment followed at the Nettle
Ridge Cemetery.
Adams Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com.

VIOLA EDDIE KEARLEY
Mrs. Viola Eddie Kearley, 90,
of Blountstown, passed away
Friday, September 16, 2005, in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Kearley was born in
Panama City and had lived in
Blountstown for several years.
. Interment will be by crema-
tion. Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com.

MAZIE LOU MILLIGAN
Mrs. Mazie Lou Milligan, 80, of
Sneads and formerly of
Blountstown, passed away
Thursday, September 22, 2005,
in Marianna.
Mrs. Milligan was born in
Qordon, Alabama, and had lived
in Blountstown for most of her
life. She was a homemaker and
was a member of the First
Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include three sons,
Raydell Milligan of Montana,
Jerold Milligan of Malone, and
Tony Milligan of BlountstoW~i:
two daughters, Pat Mason and
her husband, Steve,. of Millry,
Alabama, and Rhonda Cox and
her husband, Garry, of Grand
Ridge; one sister, Susie Malloy of
Blountstown; nine grandchil-
dren; 13 great grandchildren;
and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held at
11:00 AM Saturday. September
24, from the Adams Funeral
Home Chapel. Interment followed
in the Nettle Ridge Cemetery near
Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfhi.com.

FRANCES NEWMAN
Mrs. Frances Newman, 64, of
Chipley passed away, Tuesday,
September 20, 2005, in Chipley.
Mrs. Newman was born in
Orlando and had lived in
Gadsden County for most of her
life. She was of the'Pentecostal
Faith. ....
Survivors include one brother,
Ray Newman; and an aunt,
Cherie Sterling of Lake Placid.
Florida.
Senices were held at 2:00 PM
Saturday. September 24. from

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Wednesday Senice'..7:00 PM


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Chapel. Interment was by crema-
tion.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com.


Gateway to dedicate

new worship center

Sunday, October 2
. Pastor David Odum and the
memberships of Gateway Baptist
Church, cordially invite you to
join them in worship Sunday,
October 2nd for a celebration of
praise and the dedication of their
new worship center. Come early
for Sunday. School at 9:45 a.m.
Join us in the celebration service
at 11:00 a.m. Remain with us for
great food, fun and. fellowship.
Pastor Odum says, "To God be
the glory, great things He has
done".
Gateway Baptist Church is
located on the corner of Highway
71 and 69, across the street from
the Blountstown High School.


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



Meaningful Bible Study......................... 9:45 AM
Exciting W orship................................. 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship ............. ...6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Pastor Tom Stallworth
^ Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
Sand Main Street'in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
SHelping people follow i inhe iiooiseps of Christ


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
with
Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We, .
REJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
20500 Central Ave. West 850-674-8254
Blountstown, Florida 850-674-3144.
STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


COVENANT HOSPICE STAFF MEM-
BERS recently assisted the
Chipola Area Board of Realtors in
collecting a carload of soft-sided
suitcases for foster children. The
"Suitcases for Kids" program is a
nationwide effort to give foster
children a special suitcase to
carry their belongings in since
they often have to move gn
weekly or even daily basis. Many
of the children have nothing but
a plas.ic bag in which to'carry
their possessions.-Above (from
left), Co\venaont Hospice volunteer
Dorothy Eckenroth ,and Volunteer
.loanoger Barbara, Bentle deliver


suitcoses To vlarilyn Zelgler of thne
Chipola Area Board of Realtors,


Serving Calhoun


and Liberty, County

for over 30 years.



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


St. Mary Missionary

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


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00AM Rihip Studyv 7in PM


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


Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Children's Church 11:00 AM
EveningWorhsip 5:00 PM
Kidz Sunday School
and Church 10AM-12Noon,


Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz


7:00 PM


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29th Annual Frink School

Reunion planned October 8


The 29th Annual Frink School
Reunion will be held on October
8, 2005. Everyone will gather in
the Frink gym at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement in Sam
Atkins Park.
Hope you can join us to talk
about the "good old days" and


enjoy a covered dish lunch at
noon. Bring family and friends of
the Frink School alumni, faculty
and friends.
If you have any question or
need information, contact Joyce
or Renee' Harrell at 762- 8180.


Rogers graduates from basic


HAPPY "13TH" BIRTHDAY
TO OUR SPECIAL BOY,
ROBERT BALDWIN
September 28, 2006
We love you!!
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SHappy "22nd" Birthday!!
'Happy birthday to Jessica
Page ..*hCo .*Ill turn 22 years old
nr- September 29th. Jessica is the
daughter ofD Lisa Sargent, and
granddaughter 'of Wilson and
Linda Abbott.
Jessica will graduate next
spring of 2006, from the University
of West Florida, with a Bachelors
Degree in Criminology.
We love you very.much Jessi:ca
and are very proud of you. Keep
up the good work!J,.




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Happy Birthday, Jasmine!
Happy birthday Jasmine
Abbott on September 1:8th.
Jasmine is the daughter of Henry
and Mary Frances Abbott and
granddaughter of Wilson and
Linda Abbott and Frank Smith.
Jasmine loves going to her
gymnastic classes, and playing
with her brothers and sister, and
her Barbies.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
J.W. RBERTS, 50, AND
ALLEN ROBERTS, 29!
Love from your mother,
sister, and the rest of the clan.
And especially from your grans,
Allison, Shelby, Amber, and John!

Chicken Pilau will be
held Oct. 14 in Bristol
The LCHS JROTC Booster
Club will hold a Chicken Pilau on
October 14th at Whitfield-
Ins.urance Atgency. Tickets are
S5 each and can be purchased
from any cadet or booster club
member. Meal includes Chicken
Pilau.P reen beans, coleslaw,
bread and dessert. Cooks are
Doobie Hayves. Lester Summers,
and Robert Hill. Local delivery is
Si ,iil.tl- lor l.hi:,s' purchasing 5
* the same location.


Army Pfc. Randall B. Rogers
has graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradition
and core values, physical fitness,
and received instruction and
practice in'basic combat skills,
military weapons, chemical war-
fare and bayonet' training, drill
and ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and

Birt Announcee


John Allen Roberts
Allen, Tracy,.and Aunt Carolyn
are proud to announce the ,irth
of Jrohrn "len Roberts.
John was born August 5, 2005,
at Tallahassee i,;-n :ri;l Hospital.
He weighed in at seven pounds,.
S15 ou.ices and was 19 inches:
'long.
Proud grandparents are J.W,
,and Wanda IRoberts, and Pam
and Ronnie Newsome. Great
grandparents include Nell Pullam,
Odis Pullam, the late John
Roberts, the late Bennie and
Gladys, and the late Elizabeth
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unarmed combat, map reading,
field tactics, military courtesy,
military justice system, basic
first aid, foot marches, and field
training exercises.
He is the son of Larry J.
Rogers, and Barbara D. Potter,
both of Bristol, Fla.
Rogers is a 2005 graduate of
Liberty County High School.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 28, 2005, Page 6


Lady Wildcats defeat




Vernon, fall to LCHS


J.V. Tigers end season




with win over Freeport


BY COACH BOBBY JOHNS
The 2005 JV Fighting Tigers finished
their season with a 4 1 record, last
Thursday night with a sound 25-0 win
against Freeport .
The young Tigers had a great season
with their only loss coming on a Tuesday
night game against Vernon. Last week,
the Tigers dominated the game from start
to finish. Demarco Johnson had one
touchdown run, Matt Vincent had one
touchdown run, and Jerrod Lilly had two
touchdown runs. Jerrod played a very
good game from the quarterback position
and made great decisions Inroughout the
night The offense line did an ouisland-
irn jot:' :-.r'rnngr -i h ol. f,.r It Tig r run-
ning backs-with Malcolm Ivory and
Demarco'Johnson making big play after
big play. One lineman'in particular, fresh-
man David Mayo, has played super foot-
ball all season. David has become the
best offensive lineman on the team and
we are looking for great things from him
in the near future.
Defensively, the Tigers played great
and never really allowed Freeport to
mount any substanual drives Jeremy
Watson led the tiger defense rith three
sacks and played an outstanding game in
hi.. first game starting atlinebacker. All of
the Tiger defense, led by Watson, Mayo,
Nic Hauversburk, Wesley Newsome,
Demarco Johnson, and Malcolm Ivory
shut down the Bulldogs all night.
This was a great season for the future
of BHS Football. It is good to know that
there are some very talented and, very

BHS Senior Night

set for this Friday
131B-iLitlown Ill 6h School
Senior Night will be this .Friday
ni .lit at 6:45. All parents and
escorts need to be at the field by
6:30 for line-up.
Senior night is to recogInize
the senior members of i lie foot-
ball team, cheerleading .squad,
and the bhrid.


hard working young men coming up to
help fill in.the gaps we will have next sea-
son. All of these young men will be mov-
ing up to the varsity to finish the season.
They will be very instrumental in the
improvement and success of the varsity
in the weeks to come.
I would like to take a moment to com-
mend the unbelievable job that our JV
coaches have done this season. It was-
n't very long ago that it looked as if I
would have no JV coaches at all and then
I was fortunate, enough to convince
Emory Home and PatrickPratt to join our
staff and help with the JV I cannot begin
Sto express my appreciarion for the out-
standing. job they have done wirn his
ftam Firrl Ern:,or, r.:,:. .;.er I-e Head
JV Coach and it was hard to imagine any-
one could do as good of a job as he has
done. He was an outstanding leader and
coach for these young boys. He has


taught them discipline, hard work, and
the game of football. We are all very
lucky to have someone like Emory as a
part of our football family. Then there was
Patrick Pratt.. Patrick played for me when
I first came to Blountstown and he came
and joined our team and did a super job
running the defense. I appreciate the
outstanding job he did for us this year and
.I hope he will join-us in the future.
Finally, I would like to remind every-
one that we are at home again this week
'against a great Leon team. Leon is a 4A
school who has the second .winningest
record in all of Florida for the history of
their football program. II is an unbeliev-
able. opporrTuniry for our program to play
o'in he f'arm ield ij h ihri: .l.' d pro-
gram. We need everyone in this commu-
nity in the stands "cheering like the.
WWF!"
We hope to see you at the games.
GO TIGERSI!!II!!!!!!!!I


Coach Greg Jordan
CoachaGreg Jordan Tiger bus seats to
thanks Tigerfans Tampa game are on
Tampa'game are on


I would like to thank all of the
football fans that traveled from
Blountstown to watch the game
last week between the Gators
and the Sharks.
Even though we came ip
short on the scoreboard, it was
real. nice to see some familiar
faces from Calhoun. County in
show of support.
I Want to thank Coach Johns.
all the Tiger Football players,
Family and friends for your show
of support. I would also like to
wish the coaches and players
good luck this week versus Leon
and in the District race and in
the playoffs.
Again, thank iyou for your sup-
port, and we'll see you again on
Nov. 2.
Greg Jordan
W.H.S. Football Coach


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Altha Lady Wildcats
defeated Vernon last week, then
fell to Liberty County to end a
three match winning.streak.
The Cats hosted the Lady
Yellowjackets last Tuesday and
took out their sting with a score
of 25-18, 25-15, 25-19.
Joy Capps led the Cats with
11 points and three kills. Angela
Byler followed with 11 points, an
ace, and nine assists. Mary
McIntosh had six points and five
kills. Ashley Adkins had .three
.points and four kills. Tory
Lipford had seven points. Cherie
Hires had four points and two
kills. Brooke Lee had four points.
Tiffany Betts added a kill.
The J.V. squad also came out
on top, winning 25-11, 25-19.
Ashley Smith led with 13 points,
followed by Loni Johnson with
10.
The Cats hit the road to
Liberty County Thursday and
.went up against the Lady
Bulldogs. In the end, LCHS put
the bite on the Cats and they lost
19-25, 25-17, 21-25, 13-25.
McIntosh led Altha with 17
points, seven kills, and a pair of
aces. Capps followed with 10
points and eight kills., Byler pro-
vided 14 points and 17 assists.
Hires brought in 12 points and
two kills. Bodiford offered. 13
points, Lipford added .11, and
Adkins chipped in five kills.
"We won three straight match-
es, but we had a mental lapse
against Liberty County," Coach
'Mary McClellan remarks. "Stats
speak for themselves. We com-
mitted 30 unforced errors and 12
missed serves. It's not who we
.play, but how we play."


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The varsity squad stands at 6-
7 overall and 1-1 in the district.
In J.V. action, the Cats won
25-20, 25-14 against LCHS.
Tammy Johnson led with 11
points, followed by 'Taylor
Shelton with eight. The win
improved their record to 4-2.
"The J.V. is playing great


team ball," says Coach
McClellan. "We are serving the
ball well and setting up our
offense."
The Lady Cats travel to
Sneads Thursday and host
Cottondale Tuesday. Game time
both days is 4 p.m. for J.V., fol-
lowed by varsity at 5.


sale through Friday
There will possibly be a pep
bus reserved for the Tampa
Berkley game on 'October 7th.
The anr,igemientc are being
made to try and reserve a bus,
but the 54 seats on the bus must
be sold by Friday, September 30.
The cost of the seats are $33
each and must be paid for in
advance in ,the front office at
BHS.
If you have left messages on.
Coach Johns voice mail, please..
stop by the front office and
reserve your seats. If we are
unable to sell all the seats, we
will refund you money the begin-
ning of nexl week.
Leave times will be announced
next week.


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DEVASTATION COULD BE SEEN AT EVERY TURN when City
of Blountstown utility workers Phillip Griffin and Leslie
Brunson served in the storm ravaged areas along the s, ,,,
Mississippi Gulf Coast, The pair spent 10 days working ."; *_-
alongside another 3200 line workers from 28 states as .1
they strived to restore power to areas impacted by B D.O ar 1
Hurricane Katrina. The photos on this page provide a -"
glimpse of the tragedy and destruction they witnessed.
Above, a grand home in Waveland remains, while .
neighboring structures were washed away, leaving .
nothing but concrete slabs. At right, it turns out
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Griffin and Brunson said the National Guard was sup-
plied with these cans of drinking water, Below, this Bay :.- -
St. Louis home was literally moved into the street, while
a neighboring house fared much better. .
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were found inside and' if
anylwere deceased.


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destroyed, a rack of clothing in the attic appears:
unscathed, Griffin and Brunson said many people are:
now living in small tents. They also-witnessed people:
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 28, 2005, Page 8


FROM BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL

Student Council News
SThis homecoming, we at
Blountstown High School are
nore excited than ever! We would
ie to encourage people to get
more involved in the activities
scheduled this year. The fall
sports are in full swing, and we
vould like for the community to
Show as much excitement in the
homecoming activities as you
have in the fall sports. With the
community's involvement, this
jvill be the best homecoming yet.
i Please feel free to come to our
coronation, write messages on
business billboards, enter floats
in the parade, watch the parade;
tnd arrive for the pre-game fes-
'tivities.. Be a part of
1Ibmecoming 2006- make it a


Autism ser

-A seven-part training series on
autism will be held at the
Blountstown High Media Center.
It is open to the public and will
be held from 3:30-5 p.in. CT each
Ftiesday from Oct. 4-Nov. 15.
The series, presented by the
4FU Center for Autism and
related Disabilities, includes an
,utism overview, Asperger's
.ndrome,,visual supports, posi-
tive behavior supports, social
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homecoming to remember!
Publications News
There is a limited number of
2005 Sabertooths still available
for $30.00. If you Want to
remember the awesome 2004-
2005 school year, please get your
copy today. Call Mrs. Marshall
at 674-5724 for more informa-
tion.

FYI
Sept. 29 Volleyball-Liberty
(H) 4:00 P.M.
Sept. 30 Varsity Football-
Leon (H) 7:30 P.M.
Oct. 4 Herff Jones Meets
with Seniors 7:45 A.M
Oct. 7 Varsity Football-
Tampa Berkley (A)
Oct. 12 PSAT for Juniors
Oct. 18 ACT Plan for
Sophomores


ies planned

skills, communication and play,
and tips for conducting a peer
empathy training.
For registration, contact
Stephanie Lamb at 1-800-769-
7926 or email
Stephanie.lamb@comm .fsu.edu.
Registration is required one week
in advance.


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BLOUNTSTOWN ,

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FROM BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE out and take team pictures for
SCHOOL the yearbook even if they do not
want to purchase pictures.
Important Dates Students will also be php-
Sept. 29 VB- Tolar -A- 2:30; tographed for the yearbook even
Fall Sports Pictures if they do not wish to purchase
(Football,Volleyball & pictures.
Cheerleading)
Sept. 30 Lifetouch Class Book Fair
Pictures The Scholastic Book Fair will
Oct..3-7 Scholastic Book Fair be coming to BMS October 3rd
Oct. 3 Family Reading Night -October 7th. There will be a
4:00-6:00 pm; GB tryouts begin Family Reading Night 'in the
Oct. 10 BB tryouts begin Media Center for students and
parents to visit the book fair on
Fall Pictures October 3rd from 4-6 p.m. The
Lifetouch Fall Class pictures book fair will be open to the pub-
and fall sports pictures will be lic from 8:00- 3:00 daily in the
taken this week at BMS. media center.
Sports pictures. will be taken
Thursday, September 29, begin- Basketball Tryouts
ning at, 1:00 CST. Fall sports Girls and Boys basketball try-
include volleyball, football and outs will be October 3rd for the
cheerleading. girls and October 10th for the
Lifetouch class pictures will be boys. Students interested in try-
taken Friday, September 30, ing out need to have their physi-
beginning at 8:00. cal and parent permission form
Students are asked to dress turned prior to trying out.


Tawana M. Jones

ears AK degree

rom Gulf Coast
STawana M. Jones graduated
from Gulf. Coast Community
College in Panama City with an,
Associates of Arts Degree on May
:, 2005. .She .is currently
enrolled in the University of
Central Florida in Orlando pur-
Suing her Bachelors Degree in
Liberal Studies with concentra-
tions in Health .Care
Administration. Human
Resources and Sociology.
Tawana is the. daughter of
Carolyni Houston Yon of Panama
City, and William 'Jones of
Trallahassee. She is the grand-
'dauhtier of Nlary E. Yon and the
late \William Yon of Blountst'oi.t.,
uand Leonard and Bernice Jones ,
of Quincy.
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FROM ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Cats' Cuisine
We can all smell the wonderful aro-
mas wafting through the hallways of Altha
School and we know it is that time of year
again. Cats' Cuisine is open and ready
for business once again.
After already serving one very suc-
cessful Italian meal, planned by Mary
Mclntosh, they are ready for their next
meal on September 29. The next meal is
also Italian in theme and planned by
Maura Shiver. The menu includes many
very enticing dishes such as, an amaret-
to mousse cheesecake that sounds very
scrumptious.' Reservations are already
closed for this meal, but if you missed it
make sure to call and reserve a plate for
October 13th.
This year's class is very excited about
a successful year in the restaurant busi-
ness. Senior Brandon.Dysard had these
things to say, "As a senior, I think this
year is going to be different in that we
seniors are the role models or leaders for
the others. Also, we have a few less peo-
ple in the program this year, so the jobs
will be a little tougher, but we are Cats'
Cuisihe and we will survive!"
Amber Cook said that she is more
driven this year in Cats' Cuisine since she
has decided to pursue a career in the
restaurant management field after high
school.
Mrs. Marie Granger had this to say
about the upcoming year in the kitchen, "I
am looking forward to a great time this
year. I have five experienced seniors as
well as several exciting new faces at


These students in Sherry Joyner's English III Honors class at Altha
recently visited Strozier Library on the FSU campus. They include (front
row, from left) Corey McAlpin, Anna Le, Brad Wells, Ryan Wells, Matt
Maxwell (second row) Ashton Lee, Kaitlyn Penney, and (back ro.',) Mrls..
Sherry Joyner.


Cats' Cuisine. Even though we are small-
er in number, we have huge plans. We
finished fifth in the state at competition
last year. This year we are aiming for first
once again."
By. Patricia Wll/iams
Senate Page Program
The Senate Page Program provides
an e;ceiient opportunity for young


Tris group ,or Gronger's "ngel are 'rperndcririg rroni, ri:ong Iiours in
the kitchen cooking up delicious dishes for Cats' Cuisine. They include
Anna Nichols, Brandon Dysard, Marie Granger irinrtrluc,_r), Amber
Cook, and.Mary Mclntosh.


Floridians to participate in the legislative
process for one week. Senate pages will
be responsible for delivering materials
and messages to offices and will have the
opportunity to meet various elected offi-
cials, work in the chamber during ses-
sion, and participate in a "Mock
Session".
Any Students interested in participat-
ing in the Senate Page Program needs to
see Mrs. Nichols by September 30th.
,By: Jessica Smith
Trip To FSU
Bright and early on Saturday,
September the 17, seven students from
Mrs. Joyner's English III Honors class
began their trip; along with Mrs. Joyner,
to Strozier Library at the FSU campus.
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Maxwell and
Mr. Greg Lee, accompanied the students
as both drivers and chaperones. ,,
In the class students are working on a
project involving an American author of
their choice that will be continued
throughout the year. The students went to
Strozier to look up critical reviews and
biographical information on their authors
The week before the trip students looked
up call numbers for books concerning
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CARRABELLE 912 NORTHWEST AVENUE A *850.697.5626
MEXICO BEACH 1202 HIGHWAY 98 850.648.5060
PORT ST. JOE 418 CLLIL G. COSTING JR. BOLIL\ARD 850,227.1416



*APY is Annual Percentage Yield. APYs are accurate as of 9/6/05. Fees may reduce account.earnings.
For the 1 n,. .nil, C il.,e minimum balance to obtain the stated APY is $500 and will require a checking or NOW account such as
I he I' I.\ Ie ...k, or'l'reasury Checking accounts. Substantial penalty for early withdrawal.
For Treasury Checking, the minimum balance to open this account is $50. 3.10"% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) will be paid on
balances of $50,000 and up; 2.75% APY on balances between $25,000 '' ', 2.25% APY on balances between $5,000 $24,999; 0.15%
SAPY on balances less than $5,000. After account opening, the APY and interest rates are subject to change at any rime without notice.
Treasury Checking accounts are limited to individuals and non-profit entities.


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Carr Elementary and Middle School students, faculty, and parents gathered to participate in the
annual "See You at the Pole" Rally on Wednesday, September 21st. Pastor Philip Williams of Popular-.
Head Baptist Church led the group in prayer. This event was organized by the Character First! Club.
Book Fair .. ,
Carr School hosted'a Scholastic
Book Fair in the media center, Sept.
19-23, 2005. Teachers, staff, par- 4. .-.,
cents, and' community ,members ,
enjoyed shopping for books and
other educational products.
Attendees were able to help build
classroomhi libraries by purchasing -
books for teachers through the.,
Classroom Wish Program.
All proceeds will go toward
enhancing the media center, Sept.
19-23,tion. W e wis h to thank our voluers,-staff, par-



teers--Beth Herndon, Cheryl
McDaniel, April Odom, and Sybil
PlAtteazarin for all t to he lp bard work during
the Book Fair. -
Pictured at top right, Carr stu-
dents enjoy browsing through the
books at the rs fair. through the


Sea-to-See
Carr School students in second
through fifth grades enjoyed a special
treat when the "Sea to-See" prograec-
from FSU came to visit.
Btion. We wish t io thank o ur volun- ..





dents, Stephanie Valdes and Caryle
Knight, brought two tanks o marine IN_1
animals p and guided the classes as0,.t .'. "
they learned about these animals and
their habitats.ng
Pictured at btom right Carr stu-
dents explore one of the tanks from 4; ..:
the FSU program.
their habitatss. i., ..


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Crime Report continued


behavior and the quick manner in which
they left, he decided to check his wallet in
his bedroom. He found $420 instead of
th. $750 that had been there hours earli-
er.:
-Warrants were issued for the women's
arrests. Sneads was taken into custody
Sept. 16 and released four days later
after posting a $1000 bond. Boyd was
apprehended Sept. 20 and remained in
custody at press time.


Man charged with

DUI after nearly

colliding with deputy

'A man who nearly collided with a
deputy was arrested Friday night for driv-
ing under the influence. .
:Michael David Cooley, 33, was
charged with DUI and driving while his
license was suspended or revoked.
"According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Bliss Moreau
responded to several complaints of a
possible drunk driver on CR 274 east of
AltEa. He soon spotted the suspect vehi-
cleItraveling east near Albert Tindall Road
and the car proceeded into Dep.
Moeau's lane, causing him to take eva-
sivip action to avoid a collision.


Dep. Moreau turned around and pur-
sued the vehicle, watching it travel in the
middle of the road and swerve into ditch-
es on both sides of the roadway. The driv-
er, later identified as Cooley, finally pulled
over at the intersection of Fuqua Circle
and CR 274 East. Cooley was instructed
to exit the vehicle which he did by falling
out of the .car.

Dep. Moreau reported that Cooley
stumbled to the rear of the vehicle and
was unable to perform the field sobriety
tests. He reportedly stated his license
had been suspended for about a year.
Altha Police Chief Jimmy Baggett
assisted Dep. Moreau at the scene.
Cooley was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and given a conditional
release the following-day.


Intoxicated driver

suspected of crashing

into pine tree Sunday

A man suspected of being in a wreck
was found intoxicated at a local conven-
ience store Sunday night.
Arrested was Lonnie Marion Davis,
Sr., 52, charged with felony DUI, DUI
refusal, and felony driving while license
suspended or revoked.


According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Sgt. Mark Mallory
responded to the Pit Stop convenience
store on SR 20 West after a report of a
possible drunk driver in the parking lot.
The caller advised the driver of a white
Ford pickup was intoxicated to the point
he was trying to put on a seatbelt and put
it around his neck.
The vehicle was discovered at the
store with headlights on and the engine
running. Sgt. Mallory attempted to speak
with the driver, identified as Davis, and
spotted an open Busch beer in his lap.
Davis reportedly appeared intoxicated
and Sgt. Mallory had trouble understand-
ing what he said.

Sgt. Mallory noticed the passenger
side of Davis' vehicle was damaged and
the passenger window was broken. In
addition, he spotted fresh pine tree bark
on.the outside of the door.
Davis was asked to step out of the
vehicle and reportedly had trouble stand-
ing up. He reportedly admitted his license
had'been suspended for DUI. After failing
field sobriety tests, he was taken into cus-
tody. He was unable to provide informa-
tion on where he crashed into a pine tree.
Dep. Bliss Moreau also assisted at
the scene.
Davis was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and remained in custody at
press time.


Smenlt~s


CASETRACTOR
Legal Notice FOD BACHO
RIGID POWER 9UILL
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY FLORIDA, You can obtain a list of the items for sale from
PROBATE DrMISION City Hall.
File Number: P-05-041
IN RE: CINDY S. MITCHELL, All bids must be sealed arid have the Item plain-
Deceased. ly marked on the front of the envelope.


shall be redeemed according to law the property
described in such Cr-ilui. "-. ihail! te SiLD i: ,he
highest bidder at r. i-:..-,rrh.:ui .J:,:ir .:,n Lr
03rd day of November, 2005, at 10:00 A.M. CST.
SRUTI-iH \' T \ ,' -,'
Clerk of the C i.:uir -i.:,ui. .:- [
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Sept. 28; Oct. 5,12, 19, 2005


Domestic altercation Altha man accused


ends in two arrests

Saturday night

A Blountstown man and a juvenile
were arrested following an altercation
Saturday night.
Arrested was Michael Pitts, 38,
charged with child abuse, domestic bat-
tery, and violation of state probation. A
juvenile was also arrested in the case on
battery charges.
According to the Calhoun County.
Sheriff's Office, a caller contacted author-
ities just before 10 p.m. stating there was
a fight at a home on H.A. Varnum Road
and someone was going to get killed if an
officer didn't'get there right away.
Dep. Bliss Moreau responded and
found Pitts in the yard arguing with
Angela Simmons. She alleged she was
the victim of domestic battery and had
been shoved and hit by Pitts. A crying
child then approached Dep. Moreau and
stated he was hit on the back. Dep.
Moreau reported seeing red welts on the
the back of both of the child's arms.
Pitts, who. appeared intoxicated, was
taken into custody.
Dep. Moreau also investigated a
report that a juvenile who had been at the
home had struck Pitts in the face.
Simmons advised the boy had hit Pitts to
protect her. James Pitts was contacted
and alleged the boy had come to his
home after he and Pitts stopped fighting.
and punched James in the face, then
turned his anger toward Waylon Pitts,
shoving him down. James refused to give
a sworn statement in the matter,, howev-
er, Waylon did give a statement, resulting
in charges against the boy for felony bat-
tery on Michael Pitts and battery on
Waylon. ,
The boy was arrested on a separate
battery incident .by Sgt. Mallory the fol-
lowing day and juvenile authorities were'
,contacted. Pitts remained in custody at.
press lime


of doing doughnuts

faces several charges

An Altha man who allegedly damaged
a yard and vehicle last week, then got
into a fight, was arrested on several
charges.
Richard Lamb is charged with battery,
felony criminal mischief, and trespass
after warning.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton was
called to a home on Albert Tindel Road
Thursday just after 5 p.m. following a
report that Lamb was "spinning up the
yard." Altha Police Chief Jimmy Baggett
also responded and advised he had
received a call that Lamb had also gone
down Oscar Hall Road and "spun it up"
and was headed to Blountstown.
Dep. Dalton met property owner
Laverne Melton at the Albert Tindel Road
home and she advised she was at her
nearby residence when she saw a pickup
doing doughnuts in the backyard. She
advised she called the Sheriff's Office,
then walked over to the home and saw
Lamb ramming her car with his truck. She
ordered him to leave the property and not
come back and Lamb took off.
Dep Dalion sponed spin marks in the,
yard and estimated damage to the car
around $2500.
Dep. Dalton interviewed Brooke
Daniels and Megan Hansford who reside
at the home. They advised Brooke and
Lamb were together the night before and
Lamb showed up at the residence that
day around 5 p.m. and started doing
doughnuts all over the yard.
Jason William Melton advised his
niece, Brooke, contacted him by phone
and. advised Lamb had returned to the
residence aher her grandmother Laverne
Melton, had told him not to come back..
Jason said he went to his niece's house
and told Lamb to leave, however, he
refused ihen wern to Igel into a vehicle.


Jason said he turned around and Lamb
hit him in the head, knocking him to the
ground. Jason said a fight ensued and
they were broken up by several witness-
es.
Lamb was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and given a conditional
release the following day.



Farmers can apply

for NAP coverage at

Farm Service Agency

The Farm Service Agency (FSA) is
currently accepting applications for NAP
coverage. NAP provides financial assis-
tance to eligible producers affected by
natural disasters.
This federally funded program covers
'noninsurable crop losses and planting
prevented by disasters. Eligible disasters
are: damaging weather such as drought,
excessive moisture, or hurricane; an
adverse natural occurrence such as
earthquake or flood; a condition related to
damaging weather or adverse natural
occurrence such as excessive heat. or
insect infestation. The natural disaster
must occur before or during harvest and
must directly affect the eligible crop..,
Applicants must pay a nonrefundable
administrative fee of $100 per crop, per
county. Fees are capped at $300 per
county not to exceed $900 for farmers
with interest in multiple counties. Loss
must. be greater than 50 percent of
expected production and coverage must
have been purchased 30 days prior to the
coverage period. The application closing
date for honey is December 1, 2005.
Failed crops must be reported within 15
days after the disaster.
Fo:r further inlormaion please contact
tie Calhoun-Franklin-Gull-and Liberty
County FSA Orll:e at 17413 [NJ Leonard'
Street, Blountstown, FL 32424 or call
850-i7 4-e388 or 1-800-243-9912 Ext. 6.


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
:TO ALL PERSONS kIAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS/INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the-administration of
the Estate of CINDY S. MITCHELL.. deceased, File
Nufiber P-05-041, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate Division,
20859 Central Ave., Blountstown. FL 32424. the
address of which is the Calhoun County
Courthouse. Blountstown, Florida. The Personal
Representative of the Estate Is BOBBY F.
MITCHELL, whose address is: Post Office Box
178, Blountstown. Florida 32424. The name and
address of the Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All per:r,_ rhain Og claim .jr demands a~ainlnt
tne E,'ie Care re.:quirea W'ITHiN THREE MONTIHS
TROM THE DATE OF THE FiRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE. to file airh the Clerk .At ,he
Sabowe Counr a wncen suLiemenr of" any claim or
,aOcmnd wrhe mrr have --Eern-cl3mi must De It.
writing and must indicate the basis for the claim.
the name and address of the creditor or his agent
or attorney and the amount the claim is contin-
gent or unliquidated, the nature of the uncertain-
ty shall be state. If the..claim is secured, the
security shall be described. The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the claim to the Clerk
to enable the Clerk to mail one copy to the
Personal Representative. All persons interested in
the Estate to whom a copy of this Notice of
i m Adn,-du-j:.nr hii -teen mailed arc required,
1 WI-HtirN THR-EE MONTH-i FROM THE DATEOF
THE FiRSrT PiPBLCATION OF THiS NOTiCE,.to
, ie ar,', :obti.e:in .r, -Lr,.v e rai r e tr challenges
rthe \ci'dijr' iof i dec,.aent Wil Lhe quallflca-
uins n- : he F'rinaJ Reprcscniau'.e or Lr, e venue
or JansiucUron o the Court


DXTED this 14th day of September, 2005.
BOBBY F. MITCHELL
S PERSi.ONAL REPRESErNATrIT OF THE
ESTATE OF CINDY S. MITCHELL
J. DAVID HOUSE
e1685 S E RIVER STREET
BLOULNTST,:,%\~Il FLORIDA 32424 .
1'35501 674-54i '
FLOTRIDA BAR #282359
COUNSEL FOR FERSONAL REP
September 21, 28, 2005




Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 03-352-CA
THa BANK,
Plaintiff

vs.
JAY HdYT RACKLEY. RUDOLPH J. RACKLEY,
JR.,,Ware Oil & Supply Company, Inc.; and The
United States of America,
SDefendants.
NOTICE OF SALE

IOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to an
SOrder or Final Judgment entered in the above-
captioned case, I will sell the property situated in
Calloun County, Florida, described in as:
Parcel I: South 1/2 of Section 27, Township 2
North, Range 9 West. Calhoun County, Florida.
Lvuig Eas, l' a Stale Oad 71.
Parcel II: North 1/2 of Northwest 1/4. Township 2
North, Range 9 West. Also, all that portion of
North 1/2 of Northeast 1/4 of Northeast 1/4 lying
and.being on East side of Highway #71, Section
33, Township 2 North. Range 9.West, less .that
portion owned by the Horton family.
Parcel III: Commence at a 3/4 inch crimped iron
pipd marking the Southwest Corner of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 15,
Township 2 North, Range 9 West, Calhoun
County, Florida and run thence North 00 degrees
00 minutes 27 seconds East a distance of 535.00
feetto the POINT OF BEGINNING. From said
POINT OF BEGINNING thence continue North 00
deerees 00 minutes 27 seconds East 85.00 feet,
therice South 89 degrees 59 minutes 33 seconds
SEast 98.41 feet to the westerly Right of Way
boundary of Main Street (State Road No. 71) (70
foot Right of Way), thence South 00 degrees 00
minutes 27 seconds West along said westerly
Right of Way boundary a distance of 85.00 feet,
thence North 89 degrees 59 minutes 33 seconds
West 98.41 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at the Calhoun County Courthouse. in
Blountstown, Calhoun County, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. CST on October 20, 2005.
DATED this 9th day of September. 2005.
Ruth W. Attaway,
Clerk of Court
September 21. 28. 2005


Legal Notice
TIE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN HAS FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
19S,2 FORD PICK-UP (OLD ELECTRIC TRUCK)
1986 GARBAGE TRUCK
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All bids must be submitted to the. City
Manager's Office, City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue
West, Blountstown, Fl 32424 no. later than 4:00
p.m., Tuesday, October II 2-'5 "
The sealed bids will then be opened at the
Regular Council Meeting that same day, Tuesday,
October 11, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council
Meeting Room located at 17262 NW Angle Street,.
Blountstown. FL. 32424
All bids must have the bidder's name, address.
telephone number, and description of the item
being sold, along with the dollar amount of the
bid.
The City of Blountstown has the right to reject
any and all bids. The successful bidders will be
required to pay.for item(s) sought within five (5)
working days of award of bid.
The above items will be sold as is, where is.
These items can be viewed at the City of
Blountstown.
SSeptember 2 Oc,:t 5




Legal Notice
STHE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN HAS FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
1997 DODGE INTREPID $2000 min. bid
1996 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $1,000
min. bid
You can obtain a list of the items for sale from
City Hall.
,I bids imu- b:t.t- ta, uc iai.J n a. e the item plain-
1} mrnrkd .:n -the ir.:.nrl l '01 envelope.


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Manager ; OiIce C1i. Hall. 2059i C-ntrJ Ai\nue
West, Blountstown, Fl. 32424, no later than 4:00
p.m., Tuesday, October 11. 2005.
The sealed bids will then.be opened at the
Re gul r C .:.un l Mee tring that same day, Tuesday,
September 11. 2005 at 6:00 p.m..in the City
Cuur:ld Meetlirn Roo-um l;: jied al i .262 rW Angle
SLr-er BicunFI-,t..ai. FL 32424
All bids must have the bidder's name, address,
'telephone number, and description of the item
Sbeine sold, along with the dollar amount-of the
Did
The City of Blountstown has the right to reject
any and all bids. The successful bidders will be
required to pay for item(s) sought within five (5)
working days of award of bid.
The above items will be sold as is, where is.
These items' can be viewed at the City of
Blountstown.
SSept. 28; Oct. 5



Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT G.R. and Billie
SO'Bryan, the holder of the following certificate has
filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 546 Year of Issuance: 2001
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: A parcel of land
lying in the Southwest Quarter of Section 1,
Township 1 South. Range 11 West, Calhoun
County; Florida. Said parcel of land being
described as follows: Commence at a St. Joe
Paper Company concrete monument marking the
Northeast Comer of said Southeast Quarter and
run thence South 00 degrees 20 minutes 31 sec-
ands West 147.00 feet to the Southerly right of
wayboundary of Staire R.:.. N:. ': I i 20 11U0 ...r nyhi
of way); thence North 509 degrees 34- minutes 1.1io
seconds East along said Southerly right of way
bourJdary 3 .li;.ance .:i 58 i 31 fe-t; thence South
03 degree- 20 rminu'~r- 59 se.:.nds East 348.67
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. From said
POINT OF BEGINNING thence South 75 degrees
34 minutes 39 seconds West 146.99 feet; thence
South 04 dearees 51I minur,'e 45,seconds East
198.54 fee-. iliern:e rj,:i-L h 50 degrees 54 minutes
52 seconds East 267.04 feet; thence North 13
degrees 49 minutes 56 seconds'West 220.64 feet;
thence South 75 degrees 34 minutes 39 seconds
West 88.19 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
Containing 1.20 acres, more or less.
(30 foot wide easement)
A parcel of land:lying in the Southeast Quarter of
S Section 1. Township. 1 South, Range 11 West,
Calhoun County, Florida. Said parcel of land
S 'being described as follows: Commence at a St. Joe
Paper Company concrete monument marking the
Northwest Corer of said Southeast Quarter and
run thence.South 00 degrees 20 minutes 31 sec-
' onds West 147.00 feet to the Southerly right of
S way boundary of State Road No. 20 (100 foot right
of way); thence North 59 degrees 34 minutes 00
seconds East along said Southerly right of way
boundary, a distance of 581.31 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING. From said POINT OF BEGIN-
S NING. thence North 59 degrees 34 minutes 00
5 seconds East along said Southerly right of way
boundary, a distance of 33.69 feet;, thence South
03 degrees 20 minutes 59 seconds Wept 348.67
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing
0.24 more or less.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Ronal D. Wood,
Jr. and wife, Kimberly Kelly Wood. P.O. Box 356,
Clarksville, FL 32430. <
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Said Property being the County of CALHOUN.
STATE OF FLORIDA, Unless such certificate


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 28, 2005, Page 11


CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
SEPTEMBER 6, 2005

The meeting was called to
order by Deputy Phinney with
prayer and pledge of allegiance to
the flag led by Commissioner
Pickron.
MARY SUE NEVES, JESSIE LEE
AND ZACK SEGERS ROAD
Ms. Neves discussed with the
Board the possibility of the
County maintaining the Jessie
Lee and Zack Segers Road. She
stated that she was concerned
about the emergency vehicles
traveling the road as well as
property owners. She asked that
the Board put in writing the
process to bring the road up to
specification so the roads would
be accepted by the County. After
more discussion, the Board
directed Attorney Fuqua to con-
tact Tony Arrant, Consultant and
write a letter to Ms. Neves in ref-
erence to the above request. -
DOWLING PARRISH, SHIP BID
Mr. Parrish stated that on
August 16, 2005 low bid from
Webb Construction on the Klotz
home was accepted by the Board
for $24,899.00. Mr. Parrish stat-
ed that additional work was
added to the Klotz Home and Mr.
Webb changed his bid to reflect
the additional work, but he did
not remove the first bid from his
bid package. The bid which was
read as low bid was without the
additional work. After discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Wise, seconded by
Commissioner Hunt and carried
to accept the next low bid from
Pumphrey Construction for
$27,056.00.
Mr. Parrish discussed with the
Board a letter he received from
Bennett Eubanks stating that
Gene Bailey is encroaching on
his rights as a property owner.
He stated that Mr. Bailey did not
honor the set back restriction
nor did he purchase a building
permit to build the building on
his property. After discussion.
the Board directed Mr. Parrish to
contact Mr. Bailey and inform
him that he should purchase a
permit for the building that was
built. Also, it was noted that the
set back restriction does not
apply to residential property.
TIM JENKS, MAINTENANCE
DEPARTMENT UPDATE
Mr. Jenks stated that his
department was performing
maintenance on the County
buildings and building restrooms
at Shelton's Park.

BILL ADKINS, ROAD DEPART-
MENT UPDATE
Mr. Adkins stated that his
department was working District
3 .and would be moving to.
District 4 on Friday, September
9, 2005.
DON A. O'BRYAN, EMERGENCY'
MANAGEMENT/GRANTS
COORDINATOR
Mr.~O'Bryan presented to the
Board for approval and execution
the Emergency Management
Preparedness and Assistance
(EMPA) Base Grant Fiscal-Year
2005-2006 Agreement between
Calhoun County :and the
Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) for $105,806.00.
After discussion, a, motion was
made by Commissioner Hunt,
seconded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to approve and exe-
cute said Agreement.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the
Board for approval and execution
Resolution # 05-21 authorizing
Chairman Grant to execute and
enter into the "State of Florida,
Department of Transportation
Small County Outreach Program
(SCOP) Assistance Agreement.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hall; sec-
onded by Commissioner Pickron
and 'carried to approval
Resolution # 05-21.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the
Board for approval and execution
the United States Department of
Agriculture (USDA) Natural
resources Conservation Service
(NRCS) Emergency watershed
Project (EWP) Amendment #4 to
Project agreement 69-4209-5-
1621 to increase funding by
$700,000.00 with a new comple-
tion date of November 30, 2005..
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hunt,
seconded by Commissioner
Pickron and carried ,to approve
and execute said Agreement.
Mr. O'Bryan stated that North
Florida Construction, Inc.'


requested'a 60 day time exten-
sion on the EWP Projects due to
excessive rain and lack of diesel
fuel. Mr. O'Bryan recommended
to the Board to grant this request
and after discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and carried
to grant the 60 day time exten-,
sion request on the following
projects:
1. lie Farm Road.


2. Silas Greene Road
3. Flatwoods Road East
4. Flatwoods Road West
5. Shorty Segers Road
6. Calvin Martin Road
Mr. O'Bryan recommended
that the Board grant Carter's
Contracting, Inc. a 60 day time
extension on the Ocheessee
Landing Road EWP Project. After
discussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Hunt, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to grant the 60 days time
extension request.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the
Board for execution Assurances
Relating to Real Property
Acquisition forms for the twelve
projects included in the Spring
Storm 2005 Emergency water-
shed Project Agreement is on the
County right of way or owned by
Calhoun County by either
express grant or easement or
through prescriptive easements.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hall, sec-
onded by Commissioner Hunt
and carried to execute said forms
on the following projects:
1. CR 274 W SL Pierce Pit
2. Holliman Branch CR 274
/ Hanna Tower Road
3. CR 274 W / Hollis
Branch
4. Bailey Cemetery Road /
10 Mile Creek
5. Chipola River / Shuman
Ferry Road
6. Alfred Shelton / 10 Mile
Creek
7. Felix Flanders / 10 Mile
Creek
8. Turkey Pen Pond Road /
10 Mile Creek "
9. Apache / 4 Mile Creek
10. Melvin New Grade / 4
Mile Creek
11. CR 1 / Juniper Creek
12. CR 5 / Juniper Creek

Mr. O'Bryan presented for
approval and execution an
Interlocal Agreement between
Okaloosa County and Calhoun
County to conduct the annual
Household Hazardous Waste,
Collection for 2006. After discus-
sion, a. motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Pickron and
carried to approve and execute
said Interlocal Agreement.
Mr. O'Bryan discussed with
the Board the Jessie Lee Road
and recommended that they
adopt a policy detailing nfinimal
standards and specifications that
county maintained roads should
meet.

MATT FUQUA; ATTORNEY
Attorney Fuqua stated that
Lee Hill Road is now exempt
property from the grant award
with Florida Communities Trust.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Wise,
seconded by Commissioner Hall
and carried for our title insur-
ance Attorney to prepare a
boundary line agreement ifor
approval and execution.
Attorney Fuqua 'stated that
Attorney House called and stated
that the Leonards asked if the
County would enter into an
agreement on Jehue Landing as
follows:
. 1. Lease $1.00 per year renew-
able yearly with" 30 days notice
2. County to pay court cost for
mediation'
:3. County would maintain
road but not the landing
4. Keep the landing clean
5. County agrees not to insti-
tute eminent 'domain proceeds
against property
6. County to keep liability
insurance on the landing
Commissioner Hunt made a
motion to appeal the verdict on
Jehue Landing. Motion dies from
lack of a second.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Pickron
to accept a five year lease instead
of a one year lease. Motion dies
from lack of a second..
Commissioner Wise made a
motion to accept as is with one
year lease as proposed. Motion
dies from a lack of a second.

CLERK ATTAWAY, CLERK
Clerk Attaway presented to
the Board for approval and exe-
cution the Amended Interlocal
Agreement For Medical Examiner
Services. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-.
ried to approve and execute the
Amended Interlocal Agreement.
Clerk Attaway presented to
the Board for approval changes
in the County Leave Policy. The
County leave policy, will be the
same as the State of Florida.


After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hunt,
seconded by Commissioner Wise
and carried to approve said
changes in the BCC County poli-
cy.
Clerk Attaway read to the
Board a letter from Brandon
Dysard and Patricia Williams,
Altha High School Cheerleaders.
The Cheerleaders have been cho-
sen to attend the New Years' Day
Parade in London. They arepask-
ing for any donations to be sent


to Altha High School.
Clerk Attaway stated that her
office is taking donations for the
Hurricane victims which will
include donations of cash to the
American Red Cross and
Salvation Army. She is also col-
lecting miscellaneous toiletries
and beauty supplies to be sent to
the Hurricane victims.
Clerk Attaway stated that
Bailey Brothers Circus had
requested the use of Sam Adkins
Park.
After discussion, the Board
agreed that they would have to
have a sponsor before using the
park. At this time, Jessie with
the Chamber of Commerce stated
she would contact the circus and
see if she could help them find a
sponsor. The Board agreed by
consensus to allow Jessie to con-
tact the Circus.
Clerk Attaway stated that
Bobby Clark representing the
Main Street Committee asked
that the Board work closely with
Wakulla State Bank and that
they consider waiving advalorum
taxes for the first three years if
Wakulla Bank builds in
Blountstown. Wakulla Bank will
employee approximately eight
employees. After discussion, a
,motion was made by


Commissioner Pickron, to do this
providing a valid exemption
under the law could be found to
waive the advalorum taxes, sec-
onded by Commissioner Wise
and carried to approve said
request.
The minutes of September 6,
2005 were approved as present-
ed.

COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise stated
that he had discussed with a
Game Warden no weight signs at
Cypress Creek/Chipola River
and the missing lights at Neal
Boat Landing. The Game Warden
stated that the Florida Fish and
Wildlife is responsible for these
signs.
Commissioner Wise stated he
had talked with Warden.
Wainwright with Calhoun
Correction. Mr. Wainwright told
him and that they had provided
over 60,000 dollars worth of man
hours for the month of July.
Commissioner Wise stated that
he would like to send a letter to
Calhoun Corrections thanking
them for all their assistance.
ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN


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Deadline

Monday Noon


Fax: 674-5008
clssifiedstheountyreord.netail:
classifieds@thecountyrecord.uet


CARS & TRUCKS
Ford Ranger, 1992, V-6, tool box. $700.
Call Ray Cook at 674-3465, leave mes-
sage.
:Ford Expedition, 1998, 125,000 miles,
AM/FM cassette, cruise control, automat-
ic, A/C, $8,000. Call 762-3028.
1986 Chevrolet., rebuilt transmission -
eommercial clutches, new CD player and
speakers, new tires and shocks, new 4
Wheel drive hubs, new wheel bearings,
new front brakes, new brake calipers,
new upper-lower ball joints, new drag
ink, new Eldebrock Intake, new carbure-
tor, new starter, asking $6,000. Call 674-
4045.
2001 Cadillac Sedan Deville, 65,000
miles, excellent shape, $14,000. Call
674-8381.
S1989 Pontiac, 4 dr., 4 cyl., good on
gas. $1,000. Can be seen on Saturday
and Sunday. Call 762-9629..
1991 Plymouth van. Call 674-6142.

PARTHENON
HEALTHCARE OF.
BLOUNTSTOWN
Has openings for the
following positions:

RN MDS Coordinator
$5000.00 Sign on Bonus

RN Unit Manager
$5000.00 Sign on Bonus

RN/LPN's Full time
3-11 and 11-7 shifts
$5000.00 Sign on Bonus

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


at (850)674-5464 for
more information.
Sept. 28, 2005


Location: Talladega, Ala.
Banking/Turns: 33 degrees '
Distance: 2.66 miles
Shape: Tri-oval
Last Year's Winner: Dale Eamhardt Jr.,
Qualifying Record Bill Eirorn 212 801 n 1',
Race Record Mark t.larir 188 354 ,rn 199'
Race Time: 1:30 pm ET, Oct. 2nd

S7all3-ega Sup rper.'pa, ; ore ei irme
Ibel IrOn,', ,Tll-l,'poirl: l aCII.iiI, Ir. ,e
world with over thirty-five years of racing
tradition. Records for both speed and
compettiion have, been established at
V Talladega. The backstretch is nearly
4,000 feet or;I with h a I.lal ironlisre t.:ri o i 300 feet, mak-
ing it/the largest 0.1a tr.ac:l on ine rASCAR circuit and.
allowing stock cars to.reach'speeds in excess of 220 miles
per hour. The track's'true dominator .had been Dale
Earnhardr, who had posted 10 NASCAR ,NEXTEL,.OUp
wins.Tne speedway ian acciommodale rorre lmhar 14 3 00
fans ano nas a 212-acre ,nitJald ..la3:.enri l me lihra:. .: rhe.
Inlernalional Moijorports H1i-l .o Famr, a n. [.Ilui.um


Just in time for HUNTING SEASON!!
1995 Jeep Wrangler, black, 5 spd, soft op
with over-sided tires. $3500. OBO.
2001 Lincoln Town Car, Executive series,
AM/FM cassette, all power, leather interi-
or, alloy wheels, 20-22 MPG City, 27-
MPG Hwy. Nice car, $13,000. Call 762-
8446 after 5:00 p.m.

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


FOR SALE
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted
china cabinet. $3K retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374.
NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, in unopened plastic. Must
sell, $125. 850-545-7112.



Liberty

Wilderness,.
Crossroads
Camp
is currently seeking
Counselors (Full
and Part-time) to
supervise, counsel,
and mentor
adolescent males.
Applicants must be
at least 21 years old
and pass criminal
background and drug
screenings., For,.More
S-normat8on'cal
379-8344 1


2005 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
ii .lanrn Trut., Jr. 4063
2) .Cir.i E.:.," r 17
3) ReedSorenson 3805
4) Carl Edwards 3733
S5) Kenny Wallace J
6) Denny Hamlin 36
7) Paul Menard C30
3i Da.,, ;j lrc r,31
110i Ja,:.r, Keller 3147


How many father and son com-
binations have won the points
:hampiornsip
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b) 2
c) 3
d) 4
ii-.ier le a Pue up 'r ii ,:3
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NEW Brand Name King Mattress Set,
$250, in factory plastic, warranty.'. 850-
425-8374.
NEW BEDROOM SET: Beautiful cher-
ry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King
sleigh bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 night-
stands. Sug. list, $4600, sell $1650.
850-545-7112.
New leather sofa and loveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-211'3.

CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250. Brand
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879.
6 pc. full/queen bedroom set. New in
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783.
Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty, $150. 850-
426-8374.
Aluminum roofing, used, 4' x 18'
sheets. Call 674-5999.q .
Save on Gas Money!! 1988 KZ 1000
police motorcycle, $1200. OBO. Call
674-1078, leave message.
Brand new Pioneer Supertuner 3D
stereo and (2i 3-way Pioneer 6x9 speak-
ers All for $175 OBO; twin size bed
frame and wooden headboard; $25;
Whirlpool dryer, excellent condition,
$150 Call674-6905.
Electric range, smooth top with self
cleaning oven, used approx. 30 hrs.,
$200 Call 674-4163,


DENTAL

HYGIENIST
Part time. Send resume to
P.O. Box,10, Bristol, FL
32321 or call
850-543-541 7.
Florida License required.


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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 Queslions at

800-847-6422


Driver's Highlights:
14 career victories
C'i,4 h:riv A carpl r i: F8insihr :i,:on.: in po,nr,
20ii0 'A':Ir, a~ljl l hit:41 an Lculion irsn.I:e
2i'i03 F,r,,iiih.de ord i p.:.,r.L
S"."', Purir, er-uC. lfr Win" ].:.r, Cup R.:.-,:,l ,e .-, [rIC 'i'ea,

NASCAR will roll out the first Version of Its pro-
posed "car of the future," inwhat is set as s a'major
ternl l Tall.Jega Ir.e da, ah-rtl IrI ULiLV.Fr.3 '1:11:'
The ,:ar 1 ine i ulure' a I:,liI, l ,ller .,llgr,tI
sider rae .:ar Ir.a.1 i supposed I,.:. be rlth ai'er i.or
,jr,.er. ard, eaer I,.:r ,rnipeci,:,r I1.: SCI'Irj'InZ III I
, -,,. icrheduled 10, datLul in Fet.ruar, 2'j):'7 anl I
be run at every race that season Car owner'said
rhapl ni, la-:l i ee; endl d.d If JSC-'R r.eail plans 1u
.Inar n.duce ie neI .:ai al ei.er, Iirc:k n 007 ralh
ma n n a n3.nae.3 roiloul u.er Irree ,e3ar.


MBNA Racepoints 400 Results Race Review
Driver a Finish Make Soonsor Points/Bonus .Imrrmi Jorr,.:.r.n..r nei.3 .:'rn Tammale K,le IBu;.: ir.g-l rine
.Iilmme Isch o 5 I Crhev, eislr LC.ne ,'.5 ...:lo, t l Dc.a.r IrlIrriic.ra l peeJdwaS i Jiiie, er.
Kyle Busch 3, 2 Chevrojet Kellogg's 170/0 aged 115.054 mph In a race slowed 11 times by 50 laps
Rusty Wallace 6 3 Dodge' Miller Lite 165/0 of caution.This was Johnson's third victory this year. He
Maek Martin 7 4 Ford Viagra 165/5 led 134 of 404 laps and climbed to the number 1 spot in
Ryan Newman 1 5 Dodge ALLTEL 160/5 'C -'CR'.( in:, sl.arir,.g) n he Cr.ase ,r ir e :hamppi.
Elli.oi adler 22 6 Ford M&M's : 155/5 :.n-rp T:nr, Sil--.an i.e ri..e.i up pF:.-ol eine-.r lor irme
Jeremy Mayfleld 12 7 Dodge Dodge Dealers/JAW 146/0 past seven races, battled an ill-handling car and finished
Kyle Petty 34 8 Dodge Br ar., Ge..rga,3a.ac.i. 142/0 in 18th-place. Busch, who is the reigning series champi-
Carl Edwards 32 9 Ford On'.:e Depoi 138/0 on, led 192 laps but then cut a tire.and finished 23rd.
Casey Mears 23 10 Dodge Target 134/0 There were 15 lead changes among seven drivers.




18329 N. Main St., Blountstown, FL. 674-6334


Computers for sale new or factory
refurbished computers, Monitors, Inkjet &
Laser Printers, CD's, CD-RW, CD Drives,
Zip Drives, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call Russell A. Peterson at (850) 674-
2958,17785 Crozier St., Blountstown. E-
mail: russellp@digitalExpt.Com.
.Solid pecan wood coffee table with
woven bottom and glass top in excellent
condition, $40; antique- straight back
chair with woven bottom, good condition,
$20. Call 674-8381.
Ladies bicycle, like new, $55. Can be
seen on Saturday and Sunday. Call 762-
9629.

FREE PETS
Several cats to choose from. Husband
passed, it is hard to care for them Helpl!.
Call Cathie at 762-3374.

HELP WANTED

Need someone to wallpaper or vinyl a
medium size brick home. Afternoons
and weekend worker'OK! Call 674-4011
for location.

LoST & FOUND
Lost Dog. small black dcog. very fat,
short legs, Chihuahua mix. Lost on
Baker Road, Mossy Pond Lake area.
Dog needs medical attention Call 762-
4704.
Lost Dog, a miniature Chihuahua,


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


TERRY

ENTERPRISES
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK& WOOD FENCES
PONDS '
Licensed and 'i f .. *'..-
Call ftr FREE Estimates "
We Accept Major Credit Cans .
MOBILE: 8O5-643-a5142;,',
850-674-4 6 ,


black & white, female, approximately 8 67
pounds. 10 months old, answers to the
name of Trina. Last seen on Tupelo Ave.
A little boy and family is heartbroken If
you have any information please call 674-
1488.


MOBILE HOMES
3 bdr., 2 bath doublewide mobile home
for sale on 5.2/3 acres on Shadow Lane,
Hosford, deep well, 2 out buildings, front
porch and back deck. Asking $120,000.
or less with less property and home,
OBO. Call 379-8323 or 643-1851.

SERVICES
Trent D. Cauley. Yard Man, Floor Man
and General Maintenance. I'll beat any
price. Call met at 674-4058 or 674-1947.


WANTED
Looking for a 4 bdr. house. Call 674-
6142.

YARD SALE
Sat., 8:00 12:00 noon at the old J &
N place on Hwy. 20 W Misc. terms
clothing, nic nacs. Call 674-9766.
Indoor on Saturday, from 6:00 a.m.
until 1200 noon. Christian Home
Auxiliary. Located on Hwy. 69 N.
Recreation Building, behind. church,
Blountstown In addition to yard sale
items. Happy Home fla',onng, and baked
goods Refreshmenis will be served For
directions or questions call 674-4368 or


4-5974.


FOR RENT

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

(Sutton Cird Apiairtin )
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity



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


Receptionist/Office Assistant
SPosition Available

Applicant must possess excellent communication,
telephone, & computer skills. Must be able to multitask
and handle stressful situations with ease. Experience in
AP & Payroll is a plus. Apply in person at:

Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown
17884 NE Crozier St., Blountstown, FL 32424
No Calls Please
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Scenes from the 3rd Annual

Calhoun CountySheriff's Office

Classic Car & Street Rod Show


M JOB OPPORTUNITY
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting
._ applications for the following position:

CAFETERIA WORKER
Terms of Employment: 10 months
'Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule
and Experience
Applicant Qualifications: Experience with food service preferred.
i.1 *X Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse, 20859 Central Ave. E, Room G-20,.
Blountstown, Florida. Completed applications must be returned, to
the School Board office by September 30, 2005, 12:00 noon
(CDT).
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at
Carr School or the Superintendent's Office.
Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mr.
Darryl Taylor, Principal or Mrs. Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent..
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, national origin, handicap or marital status.
Drug-Free Workplace EOE
Sept. 28, 2005


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


*Paying someone a $5000 $6000 profit
on a $10,000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct Automo-
tive Wholesale:
*All vehicles are priced at the "Loan
Value", which is the price credit unions and
banks will loan you on this vehicle.
*We require NO DOWN PAYMENT on any
of our vehicles. We can even help with your
taxes and tag most of the time.


Chrysler

Pacifica


*At LOAN VALUE, we make a small Profit
and you get a great deal!
The best Part is we have family on the lot,
NOT HIGH PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE.
If you don't seethe car of your dreams in
this ad, call us. We'll get you pre-approved,
tell you what it will cost and buy it for you.
We appreciate your supporting us. Come
by or call.


a Ivways


Sunroof! Leather! 3rd Row We sell all of our cars at
Seat! Loaded!
a discount so you don't
$42300 ieed a down payment!
St Month Interest Rates
$0 Down/ 60Mos. WAC75%
as low as 4.75%


0 Down '01 Acura 3.5RL
1346/mo Luxury al its best!


0 Down '03 Mercury Gr Marquis
289/mo L4S, 4:',,,r, lealh .er


0 Down '02 Honda Accord
$288/mo Sunroof! Low Miles'


0 Down '02 Mercury Sable
$189/mo Only 39,000 Miles!

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0 Down "04 Chevy Impala
s270/mo Like New!


0 Down '03 Toyota 4Runner
S423/mo Leather. Sunroof


0 Down '01 Ford F350 Diesel
5450/mo Crew Cab. 4X4


0 Down '02 Dodge Dakota
I 93/mo Sport. Red! 45 000 miles


0 Down "03 Mitsubishi Lancer 0 Down '01 Toyota Sequoia 0 Down '04 Chrysler Sebring 0 Down '01 Toyota Avalon
21Oi/mo Sunroof, 32k miles 421/mo Limited. Loaded! *307/mo Convertible. 1 Owner! $288/mo Like New!


0 Down '00 Dodge Grand
$153/mo Caravan


0 Down '00 Chevy Silverado
$327/mo Z71, 4X4; Extended Cab


0 Down
'142/mo


'01 Dodge Intrepid


0 Down '02 Chrysler PT Cruiser
1211/mo Limited! Sunroof, Leather


The Sheriff's Office extends their
appreciation to all thoewho ponsored.
entered, and attended thief event. Than
to you, nearly $4000 was raieed for the
"Christmas for the Children" project!

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0 Down '02 Ford F150 Crew 0 Down '01 Ford Taurus '0 Down '00 Ford Taurus
:327/mo Sunroof!. 116/mo Great Family Car $135/mo Great Value!


0 Down '03 Nissan Altima
288/mo Like New! 26,000 Miles!'


Direct Automotive Wholesale
403 W. Jefferson (Hwy 90) 3 Blocks West ofSquare in Quincy, Next to Dollar General Open Mon-Thurs 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday 9-7; Sat. 9 -6 p.m. Sunday 2-6 p.m.
Now Open Quincy 850-627-8448 Quincy Se habla
Sunday All Payments illustrated with Zero Down, 6% interest, 60 months, With Approved Credit EspafoI
2-6 p.m. Prices do not include tax, tag, title and dealer fees.







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