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Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Creation Date: October 5, 2005
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2005 0 99th Year, No. 5 M BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


Drifter


arrested


near scene


ofburglary

i Y KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A drifter spotted near the
scene of a commercial burglary
was taken into custody last
'week.
I The man, who says his name
is Steven Frances Rowan, 33,
Mwas charged with resisting arrest
withoutt violence and authorities
are now trying to determine if he
,is who he claims to be.
i According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Maj.
'Roman Wood was passing by
ISound Off Audio on SR 20 West
.around 11:30 p.m. when he
noticed an open door to the busi-
hess. as well as a senice vehicle
in the parking lot. He then spot-
ted a a white male just east of
the business at Sam Atkins Road
and SR 20.
The man was. questioned and
advised he was homeless, adding
that he was on a float Lnp down
the Chipola River from Merritt's
Mill Pond to Dead Lakes. He said
he hitchhiked to Blountstown to
do his laundry and attend Bible
study at a Kingdom Hall.
,Sgt. Mark Mallory and Dep.
.Jared Nichols advised the man
; NSee ARREST, page 14

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SISTERS KARA AND CHARITY BREMER of Altho are ready for the upcorring Pioneer Day, and Goat Do,' celebration set for October 15.
Tris pair took a break from working on o school prOiect Friday at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement and pumped some fresh water out-
side the old Yon' House. In addition to arts and'crafts, entertainment, and old fashioned games, attendees at Goat Day and Pioneer Day
will have the opportunity to tour the cabins at the Settlement

TRAFFIC FATAUTY



rsh d ms C1larksville i


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A single vehicle' accident
claimed the life of a
Clarksville man Friday after-
noon in Liberty County.
William Leon Neal, 59,
was pronounced dead at the
scene of the crash.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol. Neal was the
driver of a 1996 Kenworth
semi, hiauling recyclables for
Cumbaa Enterprises of
Blountstown. He was north-
bonrid on CR379 in the
Orange community when he
entered a curve, traveled off
the road onto the east grass
,shoulder and overturned in
the ditch.
SMoments later. Norman
Hall and his sister, Nell
Bryant,.were en route to the
hospital with their sister,
Edna, who had just fallen
and broken her hip during a
fishing trip in the area. They
came upon the crash site, con-.
tacted authorities, and
attempted to assist Neal, but
he was reportedly killed


A Florida Highway Patrol Trooper and Maj. Rodnev Srrith of the
Blountstown Police Department examine the wreckage at the thesite
of the crash that claimed the life of Leon Neal,


instantly.
The accident was itvestigat-
ed by Cpl. Donnie M. Pitts. Also
responding at the scene were


Liberty. County Sheriffs
deputies, Blountstown Police
Department officials,
Blountstown firefighters, and


ambulances from both
Calhouri and Liberty coun-
ties.
After years as a full-time
truck driver, Leon and his
wife, Terry, joined the staff at
Calhoun Correctional
Institution (CaCI) as correc-
tional officers. He still did
some part-time truck driving
on his days off;.
"Leon was an outstanding
employee and will be greatly
missed by the staff at
Calhoun," CaCI Warden
Jeffrey WainJwrTight tells The.
County Record. "He and his
wife were a great team and
were very respected."
Leon was an active mem-
berof RiverTown Community
Church in Blountstown
where his broad smile, sin-
cere handshakes, and warm
hugs greeted many a mem-
ber anid visitor on Sunday
mornings. He was remem-
bered at a service held at
RiverTown Monday to cele-
brate his life.
"Leon Lived his life for Jesus
and he lived his life so other
See NEAL CRASH, page 2


TEACHING RESPECT FOR THE FLAG has become,
a part of Blountstown football and Friday night
fans saluted some local soldiers who conducted
the flag raising ceremony before kickoff of the BHS
v. Leon game.
Seated is Pearl Harbor survlv6r Brownie Barbee
who began his military career in the Navy at the
age of 17. turning 18 just 29 days after Pearl
Harbor was bombed. Brownie made chief at 22
years of age and was in submarine service. He
served throughout World War II
Standing (from left) are Brownie sho, Col.
Logan Barbee, along with his cousin, Lt. Col. Rob
Gene Parrish. Barbee and Parrish served together
in Iraq with the Army Special Operations
Command for over a year.
Also pictured is Cpl. Adam Hatcher, son of
Zachary Hatcher and the late Kathy Hatcher. Cpl.
Hatcher, a member of the First Battalion. Eighth
Marines-Weapon Company was part of the initial ,
invasion force into Mosul. His second tour of com-
bat into Iraq was with the assault forces that took
Follujah A 2001 graduate of Bloun.stown High,
Hatcher has accepted a position with Advanced
Tactical Services.
All combat service veterans who have served
in Iraq and Afghanistan since Sept. 11. 2001, are
Invited to take part in the homecoming fag rais-
ing Oct. 14., Participants should meet for a prac-
tice session Oct. 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the Extension
Office In Blountstown.


*truing )Slountrtown and CSalhoun C ountD O if l107


BEWARE OF SCAMS


Con artists


targeting


area senior


citizens
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Authorities on state and local
levels are warning senior citizefin
to beware of two scams current-
ly targeting them. -
According to the Blountstowni
Police Department, one local
bank advised them that senibt
citizens have been receiving
phone calls, from individuals
asking them to give or verify
their account numbers. The BED
reminds local seniors that banks
do not typically call requesting
this information and urges seni
ior citizens along withanyone
else who receives such a call to
not give out their account nurti-
bers, credit card numbers, oi
social security numbers unless
you are certain you know who
you are talking to. I
Anyone receiving such a call
is asked to contact the BPD at
674-5987.
Attorney General Charlie Crist
has also issued a warning to eld-
erly residents. According to ad
press release issued by Crist's
office this week, seniors should
be on the lookout for con artiste
who may try to take advantage
'of consumers as they shop for
new Medicare prescription drug
coverage plans. -:
Beginning October 1, compa-
nies can begin marketing their
prescription plans to Medicare
recipients across the country.
although actual enrollment in
the new plans will not begin until
mid-November.
Crist's office has received
complaints from seniors and
other consumers who say they
were contacted by companies
claiming that they were "author-
ized" or."funded" by Medicare tb
make telephone or door-to-door
contact with beneficiaries to offer
assistance with the new
Medicare prescription drug cov-
erage. Crist says consumers
should be aware that any unso-
licited personal contact may rep-
resent an attempt to scam a
Medicare beneficiary out of
money or to sell a product that
may not be suitable to meet the
beneficiary's needs.
"Sadly, there are those who
wish to take advantage of our
neediest senior citizens," Crist
remarks. "Our citizens deserve
the confidence that the price
they are paying for pharmaceuti-
cal drug coverage is the fairest
possible price, not one that will
result in high profits for shady
companies."
Crist offers the following tips
for avoiding this scam:
No payment for a Medicare
prescription drug plan should be
See SCAMS, page 14

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The County Record, OCTOBER 5,2005, Page 2


ILettrtotrheEdirtor I


Red light runners, drag racers be advised



New traffic laws in effect


The Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles and
the Florida Highway Patrol
remind all drivers that several
Snew and revised traffic laws
became effective October 1,
2005. Among these are:
The base fine (not including


court costs, which vary by coun-
ty) for running a red light is
increased to $125 (from $60) and
upon conviction, will result in
four points added on the driver's
record (Ch. Law 2005-194)
If a driver has their license
revoked for a conviction of driv-


cents Ies ted Dunge PastWeekbyPD and SD
Events Investigated During the Past Week byNPD and CCSD


ing under the influence and did
not meet the financial responsi-
bility requirements at the time of
the offense, the driver must pur-
chase and maintain a 6-month
non-cancelable liability policy. If
the driver also owns a vehicle,
they must obtain a 6-month reg-
istration as a condition of
restatement. (Ch. Law 2005-72)
SRacing on Florida's highways
will become a first degree misde-
meanor. Vehicles used to race
may be impounded for a period of


10 business days. Vehicles in
violation within 5 years of a pre-
vious conviction may be seized
and forfeited. (Ch.. Law 2005-
226)
The new laws are in addition
to the primary seat belt law fo
drivers under 21 that was effec
tive July 1, 2005.
For more information on nel
laws affecting traffic and moto
vehicles, please visit the
Department's Website at wwws.
mv.state.fl.us.


Calhoun County Health Department staff members (fr
.Wayne Sutton, Gina Adams, and Jodi Granger, gather a loac
-to be sent to Hurricane Katrina victims.


"p the Editor,
S In the wake of such horrible
events these past months, I have
*Seen so many Calhoun and
,:herty County residents
;,i4selfishly donate so much to
'lsplaced hurricane victims, as
"well as those victims who stayed
to weather the storms.
Calhoun County Health
Departments was one of numer-
ous hurricane supply drop off
sights that were bombarded with
supplies from the community.
CCSO picked up a truck load of
supplies from the Health
Department that were donated
by so many people. Some of the
items that were donated were
diapers, non-perishable food
items, feminine hygiene prod-
ucts, clothes, plastic utensils,


people would know Jesus," Rev.
Paul Smith, pastor of RiverTown,
remarked during the service.
One of Leon's best friends,
Rev. Mickey Johnson, described
him as "soft spoken, easy going,
and always smiling," adding, "He
was' always eager to help...he
was one of the most faithful and
devoted Christians I've ever
.known. He cherished his :wife
SAndrewx and Sandi Lee shared
,"< love for the Georgia Bulldogs
'dwth Leon and his wife, Terry.
I; They planned to attend a Georgia
6. Georgia Tech game together
r One day \ith their children. "Now
:.eon is going to get to see all
their games," Sandi remarked
'after the service.
Neal was laid to rest at the
f'alvary Baptist Church
Cemetery in Clarksville. He
:leaves behind his wife, Terry;
: daughter. Amanda: sons, Bill,


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school supplies,. lotioi
spray, disposable heat r
much more from Abe
Baptist Church. Cont
solution, from Dr. E(
bars and bars of so
Blountstown Rotary Clu
paste and toothbrushes
Bontrager, sunscreen
S.W.A.T, bug repelle:
Environment Services
Health Department, an
more.
I would especially,
thank Allen and Betty Pi
their help. It makes me
be a part of this caring c
ty.
Gidget Thon
Calhoun Count
De]


& Landlord arrested
S on trespassing,
grand theft charges
The landlord of a mobile home park in
Altha was arrested last week on charges
rom left), of grand theft and trespassing.
i of items According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, :Dep.' Chris Porter
responded to the Shady Oaks Trailer
ns, :body Park just after. 6 p.m. Sept. 26 after
acs, and Shannon Kepper advised her landlord,
Springs James Argyros, was breaking into her
Springs residence.
act lens Sgt. Mark Mallory advised Dep. Porter
ewaard, he had spoken.with Argyros the previous
ap from night and told him not to enter the resi-
ib, tooth0 dence since it was still occupied:. Sgt.
from Dr. Mallory further stated Kepper had placed
n from a handwritten note on her door advising


nt from
at the
id much
like to
tts for all
proud to
ommuni-

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ty Health
apartment


she was still living there. She also noted
she had requested a court date for an
eviction hearing.
Dep. Porter arrived on the scene to
find Argyros on the steps of the Shady
Oaks Supermarket. He proceeded to
Kepper's mobile home lot and spoke with
her, Argyros, and two witnesses. During
his investigation, it was alleged Argyros
had entered Kepper's home while she
was away that day, taken two dirt bikes
parked outside, and given them away. A
neighbor reportedly spotted the bikes
being loaded on a truck and alerted
Kepper. The men the bikes were. given to
were still at the park when she arrived
and immediately returned them.
Argyros was taken into custody. He
was released from, the Calhoun County
Jail the following day after posting an
$11,500 surety bond.


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


LEON NEAL
Anthony, and Ashley; his moth-
er, Louise Neal; and a host of
other relatives and friends. His
complete. obituary appears in
this issue.


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Sept. 26: James Afgyros, grand theft, trespassing in structure
Sept. 27: Elizabeth Justih, driving while license suspended or revoked with
knowledge; Dana Fritz, resisting arrest without violence, violation of
probation/Escambia Co.
Sept. 28: Sherry Forte, battery, assault; Berlie Wagoner, violation of probation
Sept. 29: Steven Rowan, resisting arrest without violence; Grady Mears, domes-
tic battery
Oct. 2: Roderic Monlyn, Jr., writ of attachment; Joseph Reeder, carrying a con-
cealed weapon, driving while license suspended or revoked with knowledge
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail over the
past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are consid-
ered innocent untilproven guilty.


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The County Record, OCTOBER 5,2005, Page 3


Matthew Thomas Crowley and Ashley Kay Hill

Hill, Crowley announce

plans for Feb. 4 wedding


Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hill
of 'Bristol, FL proudly
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Ashley Kay, of
Bristol, to Matthew\ Thomas
Crowley of Gaines\ille. FL
He is the son of Susan S'.
Crowley and the late Thomas
J. Crowley of Gainesville.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John E., Fairchild and
Mrs. Louise Hill and the late
Clinton Hill, all of Bristol.
,She is a graduate of Liberty
County High School and
Tallahassee Community'
College where she earned an
A.A. degree.. She is presently
attending Florida State
University.
The groom-elect is the
grandson of James P. Crowley
and the late Mary Crowley of


Tallahassee' and Ida Skipper
and the late Col. F.H. Skipper
of Gainesville.
He is a graduate of
Buchholz High School in
Gainesville and Tallahassee
Community College where he:
received, his A.A. degree. He
is presently employed with
The Florida Medical
,Association in Tallahassee.
The wedding \\1I be an
event of February 4, 2006 at
5:30 p.m. EST at the Lake
Mystic Baptist Church. A
reception will follow, at
Veteran's Memorial Civic
Center in Bristol.
No. invitations are being
sent local. hio\we\er, all
friends and relatives of the
couple are cordially invited to
attend the wedding and the
reception.


enefitfor Sr. Citizens Association

Fish fry,ill e held Friday
Calhoun County Senior matching giant.fimnds.'
,Citizens will be sponsonng a Fish: To place an order you may do
lFry, Fund- Raiser on Friday, so ,by calling 674-4163 or fax
'October 7th. Call now to reserve your order'to 674-8384.
one of these delicious meals. You can also come by the
The plates 'will include: Senior Citizens office at 16859
Catfish Fillet, Cole Slaw, Baked NE Cayson Street, Blountstown
Beans, Hush Puppies & Dessert ( or stop by the Old Piggly Parking
we give lArge sen-ings) all for Lot qon Hwy. 20 ( we will have
$6.00 We will deliver. The pro- plates at both locations).
ceeds will go to Calhoun County All proceeds will go to benefit
Senior Citizens to' 'be used for Calhoiin County Senior Citizens.


Teams organizing now for upco


ACS

The American Cancer Society
Relay For Life of Calhoun/Liberty
is just around the corner.
Register your team today by call-
ing the American Cancer Society
at 866-785-9205 ext. 119. This


"Relay for


"celebration of life" brings the
Calhoun/Liberty community
together in a unified effort to
fight cancer.
Former and current cancer
patients, their families, busi-


IPeE.ecco A lirre Bo\n oand .arneri Nic./O Shepherj II

Bowen, Shepherd announce

March 2006 wedding plans


Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bowen of.
Hiawassee. Georgia, announce.
the engagement of their daugh-
'ter, Miss Rebecca Marie Bowen,
to Mr. James Nicolo Shepherd II,
son of Ms. Pam Traylor of'
Blountstown, FL, and the late
James Nicolo Shepherd.
Miss Bowen attended John
Carroll High School in Ft. Pierce,!
FL. and graduated from Florida
Siater lin t.ri v v.-ilh i B.S in


(2002). She is employed as an


Administrator at the Florida
State University College ;of
Medicine in Tallahassee, FL.
Mr. Shepherd graduated from
Blountstown High School in
1995. He, wrks for the Gadsden
County School Board in Quincy,
FL, as a Mechanic.
'A wedding is planned for
March 2006.
1 .


nesses, civic organizations, and
the public are invited to take part
in this exciting team event.
Calhoun/Liberty Relay For Life
will take place May 5-6, at
Liberty High School Football
Field.
Relay For Life is the American
Cancer Society's version of an
athletic relay, but with a new
twist. Relay For life is a family-
oriented event where partici-
pants enjoy the camaraderie of a
team and also raise funds to sup-
port the activities of the
American Cancer Society.
Participants camp out at the
Relay site, and when they are not
taking their turn walking, they
take part in fun activities and
enjoy local entertainment.
Teams from companies,
churches, organizations, hospi-
tals, and schools collect dona-
tions and can win individual and'
teamprizes for their efforts.
"Relay For Life brings the
progress against cancer to the
'forefront," said Wes Johnston,
event chair. "Many participants
are our family,' friends, and
neighbors who have dealt, with


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CHARLES ARRANT
Mr. Charles Arrant, 81, of
Blbuntstown, passed away
iMnday, September 26, in
Blountstown.
Mr. Arrant was born in Leona,
Florida, and had lived in
Blountstown since 1973. He was
a logger and was of the Holiness
faith. He was also an avid fisher-
man and outdoorsman.
He was preceded in death by
his brothers, Daniel Arrant and
Grady Arrant, and a sister,
A.uney Arrant.
-.Survivors include his wife
Mary Arrant of Blountstown;
three daughters, Julie Arrant,
Reba Mosher, and Rebecca
Miosher and her husband, Ricky,
all of Blountstown; one son,
William Arrant of DeFuniak
Springs; one, brother, J.B.
Arrant, and his wife, Nancy, of
Blountstown; a sister-in-law,
6olly Arrant; six grandchildren;
aid nine great grandchildren.
"Funeral- services were held at
9.2'O PM, Thursday, September
29. from the Adams Funeral
Home Chapel in Blountstown
with Reverend Horace Huggins
officiating. Interment followed in
the. Wood Cemetery near
Blountstlown.
.-Adams. Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com

WALTER BUFORD EVERETT
Mr. W\\alter Buford Everett, 85,
oi-merly of Blountstown, passed
away September 24, 2005 in the
V A. ,Medical. Center,
1Montgomery, AL.
SHe was a native of the Orange
SHill Community, Chipley, FL and
of the Baptist Faith. He was a
veteran of WWII and received
several medals of honor for his
service.
Funeral services were con-
ducted at 11:00 a.m. Saturday,
October 1, 2005 at Orange Hill
Missionary Baptist Church,
Chipley, with Rev. Price Wilson,
and Rev. James Johns officiat-
ing. Interment followed in the
family plot of Orange, Hill
Cemetery.
Survivors include: two sisters:
Alberta Boyd of Blountstown.and
Fannie Mae Lee (Charlie) of
Sneads: a brother, Stanford


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Lust of the Eyes
S Text: 1 John 2:15-17
; The Prairie Overcomer reported'
archaeological irndings in the ancien city
; f Pompeii. Pompeii was a city of 20,000
People living in the shadow of a volcano.
'When tme volcano erupted, one lady
tslaned running to escape. Before she
feft, she gathered up all the jewelry she
could Snh pul rings on every finger and
held ir her.arms jewels worth a small fdr-
tune, By the time she collected all of the
jewelry, the ash and fumes were already'
Stick. They overcame her as she ran.
She fell still clinging to ner possessions
'There, under the ashes cl Pompeii she
lay and when the excavators lound her,
she was still lovely, and her iands were
still laden with jewels
Barnes says the lust of the eyes is
t"hal which is designed merev to grailty
the sight Plummer says it is lust that
has its origin in sight'' A person sees
something. He wants it because it looks
attractive Then his desire becomes so
mporarit hat re is willing to disobey God
to obtain it That is lust of the eyes
This ,ndr of temptation often precedes
others For instance, a man notices an
attractih.'e *oman He stops to gaze at her
beauty The desires of his flesh well up
within hrri ad he finds himself embroiled
in tempratonr Satan attacks on two Ironls
tearootin him to lullill his desires in a sin-
fu iway. It cou;d have been avoided if the.
cmnan had known not to take the second,
glance. ..
Becare'ul of whalyou see Once you
see it you can i un-see II This image is
there in your mind It will come back to
tempt you ai your weakest moment
Especially monitor what you watch on tel-
evision and the internal Do not let your
eyes lead you astray
S Ryan .' cD.oua' is a licensedd :
. .ordained Free l.'i B oso' ,' .' ; ,'e.- ".s-'.-
'ng 'Bible study in the: home. For more
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Everett of Ft. Lauderdale and
many other relatives and friends.
Cooper Funeral Home in
Chipley, FL was in charge of the
arrangements. 850-638-0077

EDITH JOHNSON
Mrs. Edith Johnson, age 84, of
the Abe Springs Community in
Blountstown died Monday night,
September 26, 2005 at the Bay
Medical Center in Panama City.
Mrs. Johnson, was born on
November 7, 1920 in Calhoun
County. Edith had moved back
to the Abe Springs Community 6
years ago, coming from Panama
City. She worked in an outside
plant nursery business for over
50 years and earlier in life
worked as a nurse. Mrs;,
Johnson was a member of the
East Assembly of God Church in
Panama City.
She was preceded'in death by
her son, Billy Johnson.
Survivors include:' three
nephews: Arthur Wood and his
wife, Ruth of the Abe Spiings
Community, Willis Wood and his
wife, Bertha of Ocala, Clifford
Wood and his wife; Susan of Ft.
Lauderdale; one sister, Edna
Hobbs of Phoenix City, AL; .step-
son, Ronnie Johnson of the Abe
Springs Community.
Funeral services were held
Friday, September 30, 2005 at
1:00 p.m. (CDT) from the Pea\x-
Funeral Home Chapel with Re\.
Edgar Fuqua officiating.
Interment followed in the Old
Shiloh Cemetery' near Scotts
SFerry.
All. arrangements were under
the direction of Marhon Peavy at
the Pea'. Funeral -Home in
Blountstown. FL: 8-50-674-
2266.

DONALD EARL JONES
Mr. Donald Earl Jones, age 72
of Hosford. FL died Wednesd'\y.
September 28, 2005 in Lecanto,
EL. ,
Mr. Jones was born on August
23, 1933 in Chehalis, WA. and
had lived in; Telogia since 1975
moving from Homestead,. ,FL,:
Donald was retired from the
United States Air Force with over
20 years of service. He served 2
Tours in the Korean Conflict and
was also retired from the United
States Postal Services with over
20 years of service.
He was preceded in death: by
his wife. Mae Jones cif Telogia: 2
sisters. Marge Tardiff of
O i- e i.-WA, ..-and..-;, -. G-ia-
.rfrvo-s include'. 2 -,1 'i:
Da-nd .-Ionis -ud hi- wile. Eely-n
Cato Jones o: Telogia, Edward
Jones of Telogia; one daughter,
Murlyne Johns of, Crawfordville;
one brother, George Puckett of
Shelby, NC; one sister, Cleona


Note of Thanks
SThe Church of God' of
Prophecy would like to thank all
the churches and everyone that
supported us and made our
Men's Day prorrani Sept. 25 a
success.
A special thanks to. Dr. C.L.
W\ilson., his congregation,, and
male chorus for the very inspir-
ing spirit-filled service they ren-
dered.
May God continue to bless vou
all.

Sponsois. Bro. Rufus:
Solomon and Deacon Emanuel
Solomon
Pastor, Sister Rosetta Baker

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Merrial of Hoquiam, WA; three
grandchildren and several nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were 'held
Tuesday, October 4, 2005 at 3:00
p.m.(EDT) from the graveside at
Hosford Cemetery in Hosford
with Rev. Aaron Elkins officiat-
ing. Interment followed.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
the Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown,. FL. 850-674-
2266.

WILLIAM LEON NEAL
Mr. William Leon Neal, 59, of
Clarksville, FL, died Friday,
September 30, ,2005, from
injuries received iri an automo-
bile accident.
Mr. Neal wasborn on July 28,
1946, in Atmore, AL, and had
lived in Calhoun County for the
past 23 years. Leon worked for
the Florida Department of
Corrections and was a truck
driver. He enjoyed farming and-
had a love of the outdoors. Mr.
Neal was a member of the
Blountstown Lionis Club 'and
RiverTown Community Church
in Blountstown.
Survivors include his loving
wife of 23 years, Terry Neal of
Clarksville; one daughter,
,Amanda Joy Neal o6 Clarksville;
three sons: William Leon Neal II
of Clarksville, Anthon Leon Neal,,'
of Pasadena, CA, Ashley Ray Neal.
of Atlanta, GA; mother. Louise
Neal of linard: parents: Doug
and Frances .Price of
Blountstow\n, three brothers:
Glenn Neal of Bruce, FL, Johnny
McGhee of Atmiore, AL, David
Price of Blountstown: siL sisters:
Velma La field of Kinard. Pat-
Traylor of Mary Ester. FL. Betty
Ann Peacock of AtLiore. Janet
Edewaard of Blountstown.
Chene \White of Blountstown,,
Connie Conyeris of nristol: four
grandchildren and s\eral nieces
and nephews and great nieces
and nephews.. "
Funeral services were held
Monday, October 3, at' 11 :00
a.m,. (CDT) from the RiverTdwn
Cr munity Church in
Blountstown with 'Re\x. Pauli
Smith and Rev. Mickey Johnson
officiating. Interment followed in
th6 Calvary .Baptist Church
Cemetery in Bristol. '
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Pea\- at
the Peavv Fuineral' Home in
Blountstown. FL 850-674-


REV. JEREMY HOWELL

Traveler's Rest FWB

revival October 9-12

Traveler's Rest Free Will
Baptist Church of Clarksville will
have their fall revival starting
Sunday morning, October 9-1.2.
The ,guest speaker will be Rev.
Jeremy Howell; of. Alma,
Arkansas. The Basford Brothers
will also be singing in the Sunday
evening revival service,' starting
at 6:00 p.m. A.-si-rance. of
Eufaula, AL will be singing in the
Monday evening service, starting
at, 7:00 p.m. You are, cordially
united to attend. For more infor-
mation. call-674-5761




.Carr- Clarksville Volunteer
Fire Department wouMld like to
thank -everone for the support
they gave to the fund raiser on
Saturday, October 1.
Those who gave donations,
worked in the kitchen and other
areas, entertainment, brought
cakes and in any other way we
might not have mentioned, thank
you for making this a continued
success!

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may be made by calling 762-
8406 or 762-8423. The sale will
be held rain or shine.

'Stepping Out' will

sing at Abe Springs
Abe Springs' Pentecostal
Holiness" Church would like to
invite you to a night of worship in
song featuring 'Stepping Out On -
Faith' from Marianna on October :
8, at 6:00 p.m. (CDT):
The church is located on CR -
275 South in Blountstown: If you -
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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 1 ;:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd d& 4th Saturday 10 AM


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SSUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
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482-4825
CHURCH PHONE
674-8884


Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Children's Church 11:00 AM
Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM
Kidz Sunday School
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Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM

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Rummage sale to be

held at Page Pond

Page Pond Assembly of God
Church of Altha will be holding a
rummage sale on October 8 from
8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., with all
proceeds going to their missions
programs.
Items for sale include exercise
equipment, building materials,
many babies' and children's toys
and clothes, 'books, furniture,
and more. Hamburgers and, hot
dogs. will also be sold by the
youth department
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Sr. Citizens enjoy Amtrak trip


Happy "Ist Birthday
X'zabrion Elmore Boyd Garrett
October 8, 2005
Zay is the son of Shenidra Boyd
of Bristol and Bubba Garrett of
iBlountstown. His grandparents are
Juanita and Elmore Boyd Jr, of
Blountstown, Roosevelt Garrett Sr.
and the late Minnie Lois Garrett of
Blountstown,
.Zay will celebrate his birthday
with a Elmo party at 4:30 p.m. at,
Sam Atkins Park,.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY DADDY!!
BUBBA GARRETT,
I Love You,
October 5, 2005
Love, Zay & Nene


FROM THE CALHOUN COUNTY
SENIOR CITIZENS ASSOCIATION
AMTRAK EXPERIENCE??? It
was an experience! The group
boarded Amtrak on August 21, at
11 PM instead of 8 PM we were
told "Amtrak is always late!" The
reason they were late? Someone
had put 22,000 gallons of gas in
a diesel engine. Another engine
had to pull us arriving in New
Orleans sixteen hours later on
the 22nd of August.
Amtrak held the train so we
did not miss the connection. The
rooms were "very closet like"
small, but the food and service
on the, train was excellent!
The group arrived in Denver
on the 24th and boarded a
motorcoach which took us to
Rapid City, SD. We visited Crazy
Horse, Mount Rushmore and
Yellowstone National Park where
we saw "where the Buffalo roam,"
elk deer, and "Old Faithful" in it's
true glory. The eruption was at
least 90 feet in the air and erupt-
ed right on time! At the present


time, it erupts every 70 minutes.
After visiting Yellowstone we
traveled onto Cody, Wyoming
where we went to"Cody Nite
Rodeo." The next day we traveled
to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, stay-
ing at the 49er Inn. We visited
Grand Teton National Park and
one night, while in Jackson Hole,
WY went out to the Bart Ranch,
riding covered wagons into the
canyon for two miles. Two of our
ladies were chosen to be part of
the entertainment. We had good
food, entertainment, and thor-
oughly enjoyed the covered
wagon and the Indian ambush!
Hurricane Katrina struck on
Monday the 29th, with Amtrak
scheduled to come into, New
Orleans on the 30th. Amtrak did
not have any floatation devices
so they put us out in Memphis.
Trumpet Coach met us to take us
on home arriving safely with
memories to treasure for a life-
time! If you missed this trip
maybe we can, plan another one
in a few years!


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HAPPY "60th" BIRTHDAY
Quentin Henderson
October 3, 2005
Texas farm boy, Navy Lt.,
Country Doc and Teacher.
-We are so proud of you and all
your hats, but'rn-ot of all your
role as nus-o.and,
Daddy and Papa.
We love you,
Cheri, Caralleen, Michele,
Janet, Sharon and families

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
KERRI LYNN KOANI
October 7, 2005
Kerri is the" daughter of Dr.
Charles Koani and Dr. Patricia
Blount. Her grandparents are
Chief F. Leon .Blount
(Apalachicola' Creek Indians)
and Ethel Clark and the-niece
and God-daughter of Dr. 'Mary,
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to Hawaii for the first time!
Fly from either Panama City
or Tallahassee to Honolulu,
Hawaii, where we will board the
Norwegian "Pride of Aloha" for a
seven-day cruise. Ports of call
are: Kauai, Hilo, Kona, Maul,
and an evening sail by Mount
Kilauea. Dates for the cruise are
July 9 16, 2006.
In Kauai, float down the canal
on a tube or canoe, visit the
3,400 ft. Mt. Namolokama Falls,
and swim at Kipu Falls.' In Hilo,
visit the "active "Kilauea volcano,
or take a helicopter ride, visit the
rainforest or botanical gardens.
In Kona experience snorkeling,
hidden sea caves, and giant lava
tubes. In Maii, lounge around
on the beautiful beaches, try
snorkeling, visit the tropical
plantation, hike into the Sacred
'lao Valley for a fantastic view of
the valley and Kahului Harbor or
take. a horseback ride and visit a
"working ranch."


Price for this trip is just
$2,169 pp (based on double
occupancy;, inside cabin). Pricing
for Oceanview and 3rd and 4th
fares may be obtained by calling
Marilyn. This prices includes:
Motorcoach to airport, airfare,
transfers, seven-night cruise, all
taxes and government fees. First
deposit of $200 is due December
1, 2005. A payment schedule
will be set up monthly. Balance
due by May 1, 2006.
This cruise is open to "every-
one" and "all ages.". If interested
please contact. arilyn at 674-
4163.
CalCo Travel is a division of
Calhoun County Senior Citizens
Association, Inc. All monies
raised from this trip. is used as
matching funds to provide serv-
ices to the Senior Citizens of
Calhoun County.


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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

The Altha Lady Wildcats split
two games last week, defeating
Bozeman and losing to Sneads.
The Cats hosted Bozeman last
Tuesday and sent them back to
Panama City with a score of 25-
13, 25-10, 25-19. The win boost-
ed the Cats record to an even 7-
7.
Mary McIntosh brought in an
impressive 20 points for Altha
with three acesand three kills.
Cherie Hires followed with 11
points, two aces, and a kill.
Angela Byler had four points, two
kills and three assists. Sylvia
Bodiford contributed six points.
Joy Capps offered four kills, a
point, an ace, and a' block. Tory
Lipford had four points and three
assists. Ashley Adkins and Kim
Clemons each slammed down
two kills while Tiffany Betts
added one.
SThe Catsiheaded for Sneads
Thursday and were defeated by
the Lady PIrates, 22-25, 27-25;
19-25, 22-25, dropping; their
rec rd to 7-s
Byler was the clear leader for
Altha with 23' points and 18,
assists. Lipford' followed with 20
points and two aces. Capps
brought in 14 points arid four
kills. Hires had 11 points and
seven kills while McIntosh had
11 point-s :in sixI kills. Bodiford
added another 11 points. Adkins
had three kills and. Betts had
one.
'The key to success is consis-
tency," remarked Coach Mary


McClellan.
In J.V. action, the Cats defeat-
ed Bozeman, 25-11, 25-15.
Taylor Shelton led with 12
points,, followed by Hannah
Waldorff with seven. Kristin Yon-
brought in six and Ashley Smith
had four. Loni Johnson, K.K.
Beauchamp, and Meagan Wiltse
added a point a piece.
The J.V. squad lost to Sneads,
25-8, 21-25, 11-15. Shelton led
again with 12 points. 'Smith,
Wiltse, and Waldorff each had six
points. .-Beauchamp, Tammy
Johnson, and. Caitlyn Bruner
added two points a piece. Yon
and Loni Johnson chipped in a
point each.
The J.V. record is 6-3.
The two Jr. High teams have
.also seen action on the court over
the past couple of weeks, ending
their season with a 4-10 record.
They traveled to Tolar in Bristol
Sept. 19 with both squads bring-
ing home losses.
The A team was defeated 18-
25, 25-21, 14-16. Team leaders
were Courtnev Harris with seven
points, Rebecka Wiltse \nth sL.
Priscilla Hunt with five,, and
Sierra Chason with four.
The B team lost to Tolar. 19-
25, .12-25. Catie WVilliford led
with four points. followed by
Terria Rogers and Shayla Chason
S\tLh three points each.
The Jr. High Cats hosted
Vernon Sept.' 20 for an A team
.only, match and lost 23-25, 25-
11, 6-15. Shayla Chason led with
eight points, followed by Rogers
with six and Harris with four.
Lindsey Doyal and Kara Bremer


added two points a piece.
Blountstown Middle School-
came to town Sept. 23 for a dou-:
ble header. The A team lost 10-:
25, 25-16, 10-15.- Wiltse and-
Bremer led with four points each.-
The B team was also defeated,-:
17-25, 10-25. Ariel Robinson led-
with four points.
The Jr. High Lady Pirates from:
Sneads were in Altha Sept. 26.-
The Cats split two matches:
The A team won 25-8, 25-19.;
Sierra Chason led with 14 service:
points, followed by Cessna
SFolsom with seven.
Altha's B team lost 25-10, 26--
28, 16-18. Shayla Chason led:
with 13 points, followed by-
Rogers with eight, Brantley Lee.
'with five, and Robinson with
three.
"Both teams, I feel, learned a
lot and showed much ,improve-:
ment over their short season,"
says Coach Maggie Sewell. "The
younger .girls showed good atti-
tudes and character, learning
and listening to some of the older
players. Both these teams were
very coachable in the respect of
effort and always 'doing what 'I
asked of them. I wish these
young girls the very best and
look forward to seeing all of them
next year."
The varsit\ and J.V. Lady Cats'
will Iace the Lady Tigers of
Blountstowii Thursday, at BHS.
Altha will' make up a \-arsity
game on Friday against Holmes
County at, home. They'll host
'Liberty County Tuesday. Game
time each day is 4 p.m. for J.Vi,
with varsity at,5.


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3rd pi -Steve \\hitfield
Powder Puff
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2nd pl Shaunda Johnson
Consistency
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2nd pl Johnny Shad rick
3rd pi Harry Goodw\in
4th pl Doug Crane


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See TRI-STATE, page 10


CAN YOU SAY LUCKY?!!!!!! That is
what we were Friday night in oar 12 7
win over Leon.
Not often can you not block ANY-
BODY, not carry out fakes, not throw the
football, riot call a good game as a coach,
not execute, and just basically play terri-
ble on the offensive side of the football
and win a game. We did ii Friday nighi
with a great defensive game. We losi ire
special teams part of the game with two
turnovers and poor field position,all night'
and we lost the battle on.offense, but our
defense played one of its more inspiring
games of the year and pulled out a win.' I
told 'my wife over the weekend that I
could not remember winning a game and
feeling so bad, bui I guess I should
remember what it feels to actually lose a
gameto Apalachicola, which was the last
time we lost a regular season game. .
Many of our kids stepped: up and'
played outstanding on defense, and I
want to recognize some of their efforts.
First, Arsenio Ivory played outstanding at
outside linebacker rand may` hot have
., 1 11 1 rI I r :,


been noticed as much as some of .the
other kids on defense. Arsenic did-a
great job of containing their outside run-
ning game and a great job of pressuring
the quanerbac:k all right. It was the best
game he has played all year and hopeful-
ly a sign of the things.to.come. Also on
defense, Ryan, Baker and Jamie Willis.
both of whom were playing new'posi-
tions, played outstanding. Ryan, at mid-
die linebacker showed signs of the types
of plays some of the great linebackers I
have coached such.as Kendyll Pope and
SEBr an Allen, ljol of whom played at FSU
and are now in the pros. Jamle. who we
mnovied 10 deiensite end plaVed a super
game and consianliy pressured the quar-
:'terback all night Finailv. bohn Corev
Silcox and Chance Attawav played great
' the safely positions. Together Ihev
combined lor 29 lackies and an inlercep-
tion. They h.ave teen improving every
week and are Ihe cornerstone of the per-
formance we saw last Friday,night.

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The County Record, OCTOBER 5,2005, Page 7


Tiger defense key in 12-7 win over Leon


SThe Blountstown Tigers had to
rely on their defense Friday night
as they battled Class 4A Leon of
Tallahassee in a game that could
have gone either way. The Tiger
offense was kept pinned deep on
their end of the field for most of
the game and made costly mis-
takes when it appeared some-
thing good was about to happen.
A great goal line stand at the
Tiger one yard line as the first-
half ended preserved a 12-7 lead
that proved to be the final score.
Anytime a smaller school can
beat a school the size of Leon
with their tradition of winning, it
speaks highly of the talent and
determination the Tigers have.
They're no longer intimidated or-
pushed around like in years past
and they'll hit you to the final
whistle sounds. They look for


ways to win instead of ways to
lose.
Wet field conditions, penalties
and turnovers kept the Tigers
backed up for most of the night
and limited their play calling.
Quarterback Michael Guilford
attempted only one pass in the
game which fell incomplete.
Guilford went back to pass on
several other occasions but was
either sacked or forced to run the
ball because of Leon's strong
pressure...or poor blocking.
A win is a win! The Tigers are
now 5-0 and have to take the
long bus ride to Tampa to face
Tampa Berkley Prep, another
strong opponent who would love
nothing more than to knock off
Class 2B's second ranked team.
Tampa Berkley Prep has a record
of 3-2 and are also playing in the


new 2B classification. The Tigers
need to find their offense and
start putting more points on the
scoreboard. Kickoff in Tampa is
at 6:30 CT.
Corey Silcox had two key plays
in the win over Leon. In the sec-
ond half, Silcox ran down Leon's
quarterback and knocked the
ball loose. Jonathan Lockhart
recovered in the endzone to save
a touchdown. Late in the game,
Silcox came up with a key inter-
ception. .Lockhart also had an
interception in the Tiger endzone
to stop another Leon scoring
threat.
Leon opened the scoring in the
first quarter when Corian O'neal
went to the outside then cutback
to the middle and raced
untouched for 61 yards and a
touchdown. The PAT gave the


Lions a 7-0 lead.
As they have all season, the
Tigers roared back. Four plays
later, Chance Attaway found a
gap and outran the Leon second-
ary for 66 yards and a touch-
down. A high snap forced Jacob
Williams to miss the PAT and the
Tigers trailed, 7-6.
The Tigers then put together
an impressive drive consuming
much of the second quarter
clock. Arsenio Ivory capped off
the 12 play 80 yard drive with a
3 yard blast knocking off a Lion
linebacker's helmet in the
process. T.C. Copeland was
stopped just short of the goal line
as the Tigers went for two.
The Lions went to the air and
aided by some Tiger, penalties,
reached, the Tiger one with sec-
onds left before intermission.
The Tiger defense met the chal-
lenge, stopping the Lion's quar-
terback on .the two. Who knew
the scoring was over for the
night.
Attaway led the. Tigers with
137 yards on 17 carries.
Copeland added 32 yards on 6
carries and Ivory had 21 yards
on 8 carries., Silcox ran 'for 12
yards orn three carries. The
Tigers rushed for 205 yards and
had "0" yards passing_ on one
attempt.;. Blountstown lost two
fumbles and was forced to punt
.seven times in the game. Avery
subpar performance by the Tiger
offense.
The .defense, however, was
outstanding.*. Leon rushed for,
158 yards on 31 attempts and
completed 7 of 22 passes for 31

Top photo: Arsenio Ivory
knocked the helmet off Leon's-
linebacker when he scored
from the three yard line,
Middle photo: Chance
Attaway stretches for yards
and a first down': Attaway
rushed for 137 yards including
a 66 yard TD.
Bottom photo: Quarterback
Michael Guilford was stopped
just short of the goal, lire' on
this play.


yards. Jamie Willis, Ryan Baker,
Isaac Kent and Jarrod Phillips
each had quarterback sacks for
the Tigers. Silcox was credited
with causing a fumble and hav-
ing a pass break up. Titus
Overholt played .well on pass
defense a'd was also credited
with breaking up a pass.
Ryan B ker had a great game
for the Tigers on defense with 15
tackles including a sack and two
tackles for losses. Silcox, always
a workhorse on the Tiger


defense, also was in on 15 tack-
les. Attaway was in on 14 tack-
les and Ivory got in on 12. Willis
had an active night with 10 tack-
les followed by Josh Savell,
Lockhart and Copeland with 6
each. Chaz Johns was in on 4
tackles for the Tigers.

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. ...- *,. ,I-; -.. ::, ,^ -- -- r w ,.
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incl'jd.: (fr.:-nt row, from left) Michelle Aaron, Desiree Melton, Megan Corbin, Alex Hill, Nolan Bean, John All,
SI'morthr.: Potter, Lyhanna Schiler, Dustin Willis, (back row) Brenden Dew, '-:-.iilgl All, Seth Alderman, Ethan
FPecc. :.,:* Jordan Hatcher, Noah.White, and Samantha Bramblett.


FROM ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL

2005 PSAT
The 2005 PSAT/NMSQT is.the
cfalifying test for entry to the
2007 National Merit Program.
iTe National Merit Scholarship
P I' gram is an annual, academic
dcoipetition among high school
Ssludents for recognition and col-
lege scholarships.'The competi-
tion will span from October 2005
Li dil the spring of 2007 when
.scholarships will be awarded for
college undergraduate study.
.AAn estimated 2.7 million stu-
I dets are, expected to take the
PSAT/NMSQT in 2005, and more
than 1.3 million of them will
rniet requirements to enter this
program. It any sophomores are
interested in taking the PSAT,
please contact Mrs. Nichols by
FFiday.
SB: Sarah Shelton
Alt-State Choir- '
Altha School's music students
hive been very busy these past
few months. The latest on their
list .of accomplishments is when
they will travel to Panama City to
d audition for All-State choir.
SThe All-State Choir is a choir
Sof omnly the best musicians in the
state of Florida. Seniors Tiffany
letts, John Baumer, and Sarah
Shelton. along ,with freshman
'IorRan S\.illey are the ones to be
tested. These students will be
tested over a two day period on
such things as melodic dictation,
i{-terval recognition, chord recog-
rpition, as well as meter and key
identification. The real test will
come on the second day of test-
S ihg..-when the students will take
their all important sight reading
test which .ill count for one half
of'thejir final score.
1 "These choral students have
Ut eie studying very hard for this
v'erv difficult test. We all wish
1 ., ,


Students in Mrs. Peddle's seventh grade science class show off some
of their "atomically correct" projects.


'ALL MY SONS' ENTERED IN
KENNEDY CENTER PROGRAM-The
upcoming Chipola College pro-
duction of the rtrur Miller drama
"All My Sons" will, be entered in the
Kennedy Center American
College Theater Festival
(KCACTF). Pictured above from
left, are: irc.'nrt) Katie Brown, Heath
Cdrroll,. Richie Cooper, Felicia
Gibson', Ddnuta Jacob .(back)
Courtney Kirkland, Zack Price,
Josh Barber, Michael John Milton,
Charles Sirmon, Brad Brooks,
Brifftney.Holmes and Kevin Russell.
"All My Sons" weaves the story of
Joe Keller, a successful, self-made
man'who has done a terrible and
tragic thing: during World War II,
rushing to meet an order from the
SArmy, he knowingly. sold them
defective airplane parts which
later caused the planes to crash
and. killed 21 men. The Chipola
production opens a four-day run,
Nov. 3. For information about
Chipola Theater, call'718-2227.


them the best of luck! trons are topics that have been
By: John Baumer on the minds of some of Mrs.
Pe-,ddie's .seventh graders for their.
Atqms and Everyday Qbjpects,; ,past tlhree;weks, ....
Protons, electrons, and neu- See ALTHA NEWS, page 11


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CARR ELEMENTARY

SCHOOL NEWS


E 8L UNTSTOWN/S


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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS
NEW _____


Book Fair/Family Reading
Night
Blountstown Elementary
School's Scholastic Book Fair
and Family Reading Night will be
held on Monday, October 10,
2005 from 3:00 5:00 P. M.
Parents are invited to come and
bring your children out to view
the book selection and purchase


books at this time. Additionally,
parents are encouraged to come
out to read with their children,
take an accelerated reader test,
and view the CCC program.
Students will be able to purchase
books beginning at 3:00 P. M. on
Monday, October 10; 2005 until
Friday, October 14, 2005 at
12:00 P. M.


School Advisory Council (SAC)
Meeting
There will be a School
Advisory Council (SAC) meeting:
on Monday, October 10, 2005:at
5:00 P. M. immediately following.
the Book Fair and Family
Reading Night.
All council, members are
encouraged to attend.


BLOUNTSTOWN 0 ,


HIGH SCHOOL NEWS 'LONTSTNS


FROM BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH (seniors-red, juniors-black,
SCHOOL sophomores-white, and fresh-
man-blue)
Band News Tuesday, Oct. 11-Dress Your
The BHS Marching -Band Best Day; Coronation at 1:45
Members are selling Mars brand P.M.
candies for a fundraising activity .Wednesday, Oct. 12-Pajama
beginning September 23. Candy Day; Tiger's Growl at 1:30 P.M.
selections include student Thursday, Oct. 13-Camo Day;
favorites Skittles, M & Ms, and NHS versus Faculty Game
Snicker bars. The cost is $1.00 Friday, Oct.- 14-Show Your
per item. Please see any band Tiger Spirit! Day; Parade is at
member if interested! 1:00 P.M.: Pregame begins at
6:30 P.M.
Homecoming Schedule of
Events For Your Information
Monday. Oct. 10-Color Day Oct. 7 Varsity Football-

Chipola College offers


variety of short courses


Chippla College will offer a
variety of short courses in the
coming. weeks.
A, Cake Decorating, I class will
meet Thursdays, Oct. 6 through
27, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is
$41.A Cake Decorating II class
will meet Thursdays,. Nov. 3
through Dec. 1, from 6 to 8:30
p.m. Cost is $41."
, An Introduction to Computers
with Internet for Seniors class
will meet Oct. 20 from 9 a.m. to
12 noon. Cost is $24.
A 10-Hour Childcare Training
(special needs) course will meet
Nov. 5 from 7,a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost
is $38.
A 20 Hour Childcare Training
course will meet Nov. 12 and 19
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is
$76.
A 10-Hour Childcare Training
(developmentally appropriate
practices, 3-5 year olds) course
will meet Dec. 3 from 7 a.m. to 5
p.m. Cost is'$38. An Early Care
& Education Administrative
Overview course will meet
Tuesday, Jan. 10 through April


25, 2006, from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost
is $171.
A Real Estate Sales course will
meet Saturdays, Feb. 4 through
March 18, 2006 from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. Cost is $240.
The Continuing Education
Department also offers custom
motivational workshop- for busi-
nesses and organizations The
Following are available: Eat That
Frog: Stop Procrastinating and
Get More Done -in Less Time;
Whale Done: The Power of
Positive Relationships; The
Pygmalion Effect: Managing the
Power of Expectations;
Discussing Performance; The
Attitude Virus: Curing Negativity
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internet graphics/web design,
business, law and travel.
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The-County Record, OCTOBER 5,2005, Page 10



Fifth Annual event, Friday-Sunday




Birding and Wildflower Fest


The fifth annual Florida
Panhandle Birding and
Wildflower Festival will take
lace Friday Oct. 7 Sunday Oct.
9.! All proceeds from this event
benefit the St. Joseph Bay State
Buffer Preserves which is located
along Highway C30 south of Port
St. Joe. It is a beautiful area if
you have not yet visited it. There
aye many birds and butterflies in
the Preserves along with stands
of, blazing stars, Carphephorus,
and other wildflowers.


A $25.00 ticket allows you to
participate in many of the events
on all three days. Some events
require an additional fee. For reg-
istration information, call
(850)229-1797. Ticket informa-
tion, mail-in registration forms,
and detailed schedules can be
found at http://www.birdfesti-
val.org Events can fill up quick-
ly so register early.
Keynote speaker will be Susan
Cerluean, author of Between Two
Rivers: Stories from the Red Hills


Coach's Corner


Now it's time to get ready for Tampa
Berkley Prep. This is the last game in the
stretch we called "Murderer's Rowl" They
ale a team that has only lost one regular
season game to a Florida team in over 2
years. They were ranked #1 in the state
fijr a few weeks last season and were
state ranked in this year's 2B pre-season
poll. They are a power football team that'
sports an offensive tackle that is ranked
asthe 27th best offensive lineman in the
nation. We will have our hands full all
light trying to match up with their size
and we will have to play much better this
Seek if we are going to remain undefeat-
ed' Directions to the game for anyone
who would like to go are available in the
front office at BHS. I will also give you
directions at the end of this article.,
S.Finally, I want to say that no one is as
disappointed in the way we played Friday
S night on offense as I am, but the bottom


T r-State
S& 4 Wheeler
1st pi Jesse English
Open
1 st pl -Donnie Peak.
SBiycle Race Bobby Kapinsky
Foot Races
SBoys, 11 yrs & under Trace
Flowers
I Girls 11 yrs & under Alana
Flowers
:12 yrs. & over Andrew
Garrett


line is we have played Port St. Joe, who
will win 9 regular season games, Vernon,
who will win 9 regular season games,
NFC, who may win the 1A State
Championship with 4 Division 1 players,
and Class 4A Leon and we are still unde-
feated. We know we must play much bet-
ter, but we need to be thankful that we are
still winning. We will get better or die try-
ing. Please come this week to Tampa
and help us. It will be a tough environ-
ment for us to play so far from home and
we need as much red and white in the
stands as we can get. Look forward to
seeing, you at the game. GO TIGERS!!!!!!
Directions to Tampa Berkley Prep:
Leave BHS and go to 1-10 in
Greensboro
*Head east on 1-10
*Merge onto Interstate 75 south just
west of Lake City
*Continue south on Interstate 75
There are two different routes you can
take from here
1. Exit interstate 75 at the Dade City
exit (State Rd. 52) and go west. Stay on
52 until you see the Suncoast Parkway (a
toll road). Go south on the Suncoast
Parkway until you reach Hillsboro Avenue
in Tampa. Exit Hillsboro and head west.
Go about 2 miles until you see Kelly
Road. Turn left on Kelly Road and the
school is on your left.
2. Stay on Interstate 75 until you see
275. Merge with 1-275 into Tampa. Once
in Tampa, exit onto Hillsboro Avenue.
Stay on Hillsboro until you see Kelly
Road on your left (I'm not sure how far it
is off the interstate.) Turn left on Kelly
Road and the school is on your left.


to the Gulf and Tracking Desire:
A Journey after Swallow Tailed
Kites. Ms. Cerulean is a wildlife
biologist, editor, writer and
inspiring environmentalist who
will enlighten you as to your true
connection and responsibility to
our wildlife and environment.
There will also be a book signing
and evening reception!
There are guided trips to St.
Joseph Bay State Buffer
Preserves, St. Vincent Island
National Wildlife Refuge,
Apalachicola National Estuarine
Research Reserve, Box R Ranch,
St. George Island and St. Joseph
Peninsula State Parks, and
Apalachicola National Forest.
There are also bay and river
trips.
While specialized birding trips


are a high light of the festival,
botany, bats, and archaeology
ones, are also featured: Bill
Boothe will conduct a photo
workshop and field trip, Dr. Jeff
Gore will tell you all about the
"Bats of Florida" and Florida
Audubon's' Lynda White will
present their EagleWatch
Program and you will be able to
meet her educational Bald Eagle,
Paige. Endangered/threatened
species botany walks, with Jean
Huffman & 'Brian Martin, Bald
Eagle trips with Stan Simpkins,
Prehistoric Archaeology with Dr.
Nancy White. Bird with knowl-
edgeable guides; Alan lKnothe,
Thom Lewis and Seth Blitch, as
well as many more respected
tour leaders are all part of this
year's festival.


Nursing Assistant



course begins soon


MARIANNA-Chipola College
will offer a Certified Nursing.
Assistant (CNA) course beginning
Oct. 31. Applications are due in
the Chipola Health Science
Programs office by Oct. 26.
Classes will be held Monday.
Through Thursday from 8 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. The final week of the
course will include clinical expe-
riences for eight hours each day.


The, cost is approximately
$500. Students must take the
Test of Adult Basic Education
(TABE). available in the Chipola
Success Center. Monday through
Thursday at 8 a.m. Scores must
be submitted with the applica-
tion.

For information, call 850-718-
2278.


WALK SOFTLY AND CARRY A BIG STICK. That seemed to be the motto
of former Calhoun County S-ierri Tom McKeown, He served from 1913
to 19 7. Tr'onk t:: his greot r-i.ei-l .. David :rlinriiri, for sharing this
prhtc, ....ith our readers. He tell: ti- it [:rpecrs. on the back cover of a
t,,cc: Oi:)out Flt:ri:..:l sheriffs.


SEILAT O HE SS AL645


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Legal Notice

THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN HAS FOR
SALE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
1992 FORD PICK-UP (OLD ELECTRIC TRUCK)
1986 GARBAGE TRUCK
.CASETRUCK
FORD BACKHOE
RIGID POWER QUILL
YO:su can ,btan ~ .a it t hice'items for'sale from
City Hall.
All tide muJ T te .ealid rand re e re item plain-
ly rmirkea -n rthe runtl .: -the er.Lel.pe
All bids must be submitted, to the Cir,
Manager's Office. City Hall, 20591 CentralAvenue
West. Blountstown, Fl. 32424, no later than 4:00
p.m.. Tuesday. October 11. 2005.
The sealed bids will then be opened at the
Regular C:ouncdl MelIenLL rhai s nedai Tuecdai
October 11 2005 ai 6 fOI p m In the (:Cn Councfl
Meeting Room located at 17262 NW Angle Street.
Blountstown, FL. 32424 .
All bids must have the bidder's name, address,
telephone number, and d ienpu..rn c" the item
being sold, along with the douar irn.,unr. of the
bid.
The City of Blounui.:.Tr, ha the nr [.[ r)elc. .
any and all bids. Tne aucc,-ssfl oDI-der:- Aill be
required to pay for Irerrmil .soJughr at irr Ifn. 151
a,rkin. J ii l'. av .ar-j.of bid.
The above Irrms will te .-.old as is, where is.
These: items can te ieAe. at the Ciry of'
Blountstown.
Sepremt-ti 28 Oct. 5

Legal Notice
THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN HAS FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
1997 DODGE INTREPID $2,000 min. bid
1996 FORD CROWN VICTORIA $1,000 min.
bid
You can obtain a list of the items for sale from
City Hall.
All bids must be sealed and have the item plain-
ly marked on.the front of.the envelope.
All bids must be submitted to'the City
Manager's Office, City Hall, 20591 CentralAvenue
West. Blountstown, Fl. 32424, no later than 4:00
p.m.. Tuesday, October 11, 2005.
The sealed bids will then be opened at the
Regular Council Meeting that same day. Tuesday.
September 11, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in the City
SCouncil Meetihg Room located at 17262 NWAngle.
Street. Blountstown. FL. 32424
All bids must have the bidder's name, address,


:",. :: : ,
lcpr,:,r-. nl.rr,..i r and iec.n:rip : .r :i ire item
!,fng -..1 .:.r., r. -rr, [ .i .:l.:! r i ,.:.,,r.,l .:.f 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.
Sept. 28; Oct. 5


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT BETTS LAND
COMPANY, INC., the holder,of the following cer-
iicaie hai ified .aJm i:e i-umafite i'.:.r a tax deed to
te tlued dlere,.r, Tre r:erufliaie number and
e~ i:4 i i" urce the description of the property,
Sand the names in which it was assessed are as
follows: -
C'.-ruicaei.- N6. 505 Year of Issuance: 2002
DES riPFTION OF FROPEin Begin at the SE
Corner oi rhe wit 1.. 2 iof ie rjE. 1/4 of the NW
1/4 of S.:u.:.n 31 Tr,:-.it.hp 2 Nrc.h -'Rre i I
West Rurn %%esi. 120 Ir[ then rn rj.:.r,- 4'.'0 Ie.tL
to POB. THenrun West 100 feet,thence North 40
ifee r,-rn-.e Ei 1) i '1: ke[ lh-:n-:e iujin 41) ifeel t,:
FOB Trrn a-o des-nribed !and ir,. il.:. kr,:.cn as
Lot 21i Bl:.: F- J ir, an unre,:or,.J c plat in
CaI.houn l-. Jnr, iFlnda
NAMiE. ill Wi-HhH A.SES, ED BI.:.I4 c Brt-:.ii;rs
Corp C 0 DebLra Hriarn ,'306i0 Teleirap.h RRd
ite 2250 BIlrcnai rilr-,T. Mi 4.0:25
Said Property being the county of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be r-jeerred according c lih. the Frprperty
1- ..nbtd in -u.:h ..eru'cate .hall e SOLD .3 the
ihli e_ tlJ.er ati ,, CC.,rtr.,,,u -e i.:,.r i:n the
03rd .Ja .:.j Nc. .ember. 2005, at 10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATIAWAY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Oct.-5, 12. 19, 26. 2005


Legal Notice
TOWN OF ALTHA
BUDGET ORDINANCE
The Ordinance referenced below is available-for
inspection at the Altha Town Hall at 25586 N.
Main Street in Altha. from the hours of 8:00 a.m.
to 12:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and is
scheduled to be adopted in special meeting of the
Altha Town Council on Tuesday. October '17,
2005, at 6:00 p.m.
ORDINANCE 200-1
An Ordinance adopting a budget for the Town
of Altha, Florida, for the fiscal year 2005-
2006, commencing October 1, 2005, and
expiring September 30, 2006.
October 5, 12. 2005


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DORIS TRAYLOR, CHAIRPERSON OF KEEP CALHOUN COUNTY BEAUTIFUL, INC., is shown above presenting
Chairman of Calhoun County Commissioners, Willie Grant, with a plaque to be attached to the 12 new
trash receptacles provided by KCCB, Inc. for the Calhoun County Courthouse and other county facilities.
This. purchase was made possible by a Florida Department of Transportation grant. The plaque reads,
"Thank you for Keeping Calhoun County Litter Free." Also pictured are County Commissioners Danny Ray
Wise, James Pickron, Earl Hunt; and Gerald Hall along with KCCB, Inc. Board members' Marilyn Waller,
Geraldine Sheard, and Minnie Johnson and Clerk of Circuit Court, Ruth Attaway, Keep Calhoun County
Beautiful, Inc. is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful.


WFEC CREW LENDS A FEW HANDS: As a result of Hurricane Katrira, West Florida Electric Cooperative, on
Saturday, September 10, sent nine of ts inire personnel and six support vehicles to Dixie Electric Cooperative
located in southeastern Mississippi to assist in power restoration efforts. The I..li:Iii.-'pi cooperatives' line dis-
rnbtutic.ri it n- u':Jained severe damage associated .. itr the effects of the category four hurricane, The
majority of the workers'.time was spent re:.,lacin.I and erecting poles, lines, transformers and other e'.:l.iip-
ment in and near Waynesboro, Mississippi. Among those who went were (front row, from left) Hulon Taylor,
Foreman; Keith Lanier, Super. i_-r' Randy Weeks, rnlm.:i:n-' (back row) David Davis, Apprentice; Ronnie
Gilley, Journeyman; Rodney Bowers, Journeyman; Jamie Alday, Apprentice; Terrell Culbreth, Journeyman
and Will rII ,.itn, Journeyman.

National Breast Cancer Airareness Month underway


Schedule a mammogram


As the Florida Department 'of
Health observes October as
National Breast Cancer
Awareness ,Month (NBCAM),:
health officials urge women to
make an appointment with their
health care provider to receive a
mammogram. Early detection of
breast- cancer through mammog-
raphy screenings is a women's
best opportunity of -urvn al It is
important for women over age 40


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lineducation.com/chipola.
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programs in: computers, photog-
raphy, languages, writing, enter-
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business,: sales, accounting,, test
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to have a mammogram annually,
according to NBCAM Web site.
Although mammography use
has risen, many women are still
not making mammograms a part
of their routine health care.
According to the American


Cancer Society. and 'the U.S.
Census Bureau:
*The unscreened population
groups include older women, the
uninsured, ethnic minorities
See BREAST CANCER, page 14


Altha Newg


As a new teacher in the field of
science, Mrs. Peddie was con-
cerned when she noticed some of
her students struggling to grasp
the structure of atoms. In an
attempt to reemphasize atomic.
structure she came up with an
efficient and fun way for the chil-
dren to learn. As an extra credit
assignment the stid-ent-s were. to
choose an element of their choice
and construct a model of its
atomric structure.
The projects ranged from edi-
ble cookies, where candy pieces
represented the parts of the
atom, to elaborate models, where,
styrofoam balls ranging in. color,
and size were connected with
toothpicks.
Last Friday, the.students pre-


sented their projects in front of
the class and enjoyed eating
some of them during their educa-
tional enrichment. The students
were required to point -out the
protons; neutrons, and electrons
and give the 'number present of
each. The project was optional

and will count as an extra test
grade for those who' chose to
build models.
When asked what she thought
about the project Victoria Gann
Said, "It was a fun way to learn
about elements and the- struc-
ture of atoms."
Their enrichment also doubled
as a celebration for Mrs. Peddie s
twenty-third birthday.
By: .Vckki DeBrlt


Sr. Citizens to

host fall fest

on October 31
FALL FESTIVAL October 31
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens will be having their
annual Fall Fun Festival on
Monday, October 31, beginning
at 10:30. You can try your luck
at the, many games we have and
eat from our menu of Chili or
Cheese Dogs, Baked Beans,
Potato Salad, Tea, and Dessert.
And don't forget our Cake Walk.
too. The cost is only $2.00 ( we
are not accepting meal tickets for
this event). Call 674-4163 to
make your reservation.
Shopping in Chipley
If you would like to join us on
our shopping day to Chipley and
Graceville on Tuesday, October
11, call Diane at 674-4163. We
will leave the Center at 8:30 a.m.
And be back by 4:00 p.m. We'll
be going to WalMart then onto
lunch at the Chuck Wagon. 'After
lunch we'll head to Graceville to
the' Vanity Fair outlet stores.
Cost is $6.00 for transportation..
Golden Age Rep Here Oct. 12
On Wednesday, October 12,
we will have a representative
from Golden.Age to give us info
on Medicare Part D. He will be
here at 10:30 so you will want to
be on time to benefit from the
entire educational seminar. Call
on Tuesday if you would like to
join us for lunch. Lunch tickets
are $2.00.
Breast Cancer Program
On Wednesday, October 19,
Cynthia Seaborn will be here
once again to educate us onr
Breast Cancer. She will be here
at 10:30 am. Call on Tuesday if
you would like to sllay for lunch.
Cost is $2.00.
Just A Reminder!
Calhoun County Senior,
Citizens still has room on two of
their Fall trips.. Bellingrath
Gardens, Nov. 10-11 for $129/pp
(based on double occupancy'
Payment is due October 15. And
Christmas in the Smokes, Nov.
28-Dec. 2. Cost is .$399pp,
(based on double occupancy). A
'deposit of $200 is due upon sign-
up. If interested contact Marilyn
at '674-4163. \Ve do except
MasterCard & \iSA.


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CARS AND TRUCKS
1986 Chev., rebuilt transmission com-
,mercial 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
link, 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.


1989 Pontiac, 4 dr., 4 cyl., good on gas.
$1,000. Can be seen on Saturday and
Sunday. Call 762-9629.
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 ca-. $13,000 Call 762-
8446 after 5:00 p.m.
1989 Chevroletl2500, 4x4, 350 engine,
LWB, 16' wheels and tires, $1500. -Call'


POSITION OPENING

Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative will be accepting applications.
-for one opening for the position of First Class Line Technician
through Friday, October 14, 2005, at Workforce Center of
Florida, Mariner Plaza, 625 Highway 231, Panama City, FL.
;This opening is in our Southport Office.

Minimum Job Specilicallons lor First Class Line Technician position as follows:
Require High School Graduate/Equivalent. Require two years experience as a
Line Technician with above salislactory performance appraisals. Require
-successful pass of Line Technician certilicalion course Require ability to
-acquire an excellent knowledge of Gull Coast Elecinc Cooperalive's policies
Sand procedures. Require an excellent working knowledge of the operations and
maintenance of switching seclionalizing equipment: Ihe installation of
-translormers, wiring ol transformer banks, regulators, capacitors: the REA
-speciticatons, National Electrical Code and National Electrical Safety Code.
1Require ability to learn the cooperative's electrical and mechanical tagging and
other numbering systems: the layout of electrical transmission and distribution
Lines. Require the successful pass of Gull Coast Electric Cooperative's
~employment entrance examination and drug screen. Require the ability to have
and maintain a valid Florida commercial driver's license and DOT certification.
SRequire excellent verbal and interpersonal skills to effectively interact with
members; flexibility to work varied hours.
Equal Opportunty Employe
October 5. 2005



POSITION OPENING

:Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative will be accepting applications
-for one opening for the position of Right of Way Equipment
:operator through Friday, October 14, 2005, at Workforce Center
:of Florida, Mariner Plaza, 625 Highway 231, Panama City, FL.
:This opening is in our Southport Office..
"Minirmum J..b Spe'ca-iions r~ Equipmenr Oper.aio position are as follows:
Require High School Graduate/Equivalent; minimum of two years experience as
-a Ground Technician or Right of Way Helper, including prior experience with
-ractors and power equipment, and proficiency in operation of all power
*equipment. Prefer experience in the operation of a Klipper side cutting
machine. Require the ability to use-power tools, all equipment hydraulics and
:be capable of performing minor line duties. Require ability to acquire an
-excellent knowledge of Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative's policies and
Procedures and rules and regulations. Require the ability to have and maintain
a valid Florida commercial driver's license and DOT certification. Require
-excellent verbal and interpersonal skills to effectively interact with members,
=flexibility to work varied hours.
Equal Opponunity Employer
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE
-The City of Blountstown is seeking applicants to fill several
temporary positions in the

MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT

'Applicatons may be obtained from City Hall between hIe hours of 7:00 A.M. and
'4:00 P.M., weekdays, at 20591 Central Avenue West. Blounislown, Florida
32424.
pplicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalency, A Stale of Florida
,valid driver's license and a working home telephone. Successful applicants will
-be required to have a Commercial Driver's Licenses (CDLI or obtain within two
"(2) months of employment.

Tne City of Blounrtsot n is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is a Drug
-Free Workplace.



CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting applications for
STAFF ASSISTANT in the Health Sciences Department.
.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High school diploma or general education degree (GEDj: Associate Degree
(A.A or equivalent from two-year College or technical school preferred.
Three years of responsible secretarial experience in working with The public is
required. Must possess computer skills with proficiency in word processing,
database, and spreadsheets with working knowledge of Microsoft Office and
-other current programs. Valid state Driver's License required.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 13, 2005 AT 4:00 PM CDT
Submit letter of application, resume, references with current addresses &
telephone numbers and completed college employment application to
CHIPOLA COLLEGE, Human Resources, 3094 Indian Circle, Marianna. FL
32446
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October 3 A10,;


CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting applications for Part-
:Time Instructor of Economics.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
-Master's Degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in Economics
-required: leaching experience preferred.

. Application Deadline. Open Until Filled
Submit letter of application, resume, references with current addresses &
telephone numbers, completed Chipola College employment application and
;copies of college transcripts to CHIPOLA COLLEGE, Human Resources, 3094
Indian Circle, Mananna, FL 32446
N UAEOLUL CPFORlTuNlt I SriTuTlIONr
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674-4725 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.

FOR RENT
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no pets..
674-4011.
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most util-
ities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers when avail-
able Call 67--4011.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or factory
refurbished computers. Monitors, Inkjet &
Laser Printers. CD's. CD-RW, CD Drives,
Zip Drives, SparQ Drive and Sohware.
Call Russell A Peterson at t850) 674-
2958 17785 Crozier St., Blountsrown. 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..
Fence with charger. $60. Call 674-
6142 :
Baldwin upright piano. $200: Gibson
14.8 cu chest freezer $50 Call 643-
7131.. .
MATTRESS SET New full set with tac-

Assistant Produce
Clerk Position
Available
The position is a full time of
about 45 hours a week.
Benefits are included.
Experience preferred, but we
will do on the job training.
Must apply in person
I (Monday-Saturday 9AM-
4PM) at:
Ramsey's Piggly Wiggly
20118 W. Central Ave.
Blountstown, FL- -


JOB OPENING
Correction Officer Position
Calhoun County Sheriff
Office is accepting
applications for a Full
Time Corrections Officer.
Application may be picked
up at the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, or they
can be downloaded from
the Sheriff Association
Swebsite. All applications
can be turned in to Lt.
Coburn at the jail.
Minimum requirements are
21 yrs. of age, Correction
Certified.



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

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

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at

800-847-6422



CHIPOLA
COLLEGE ^ \

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
TRAINING CENTER
Basic La'w Enforcement
& Crossover from
Corrections to
Law Enforcement
; Academies Start: Jan. 26. 2006
Apphcauon Deadlne: Jan. 9, 2006
1 .4L & GA residence
NO out of state tuition
Call 185i0) 713-2479or 850i 71 8-2286


tory warranty, $99, call 850-222-7783.
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted
china cabinet. $3K retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374.
SNEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used in unopened plastic.. Must
sell, $125. 850-545-7112.
NEW Brand Name King Manress 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 anp loveseat $750
can deliver 850-222-2113
CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250 Brand
new solid wood 850-222-9879.
6 pc. full/queen bedroom set. New in
boxes, sacrtice $550. 850-222-7783
Queen mattress set double pillow top
New in plastic with warranty. $150. 850-
426-8374.

FREE PETS
Several cats to choose from Husband
passed it is hard to care for tmem Help"
Call Cathie at 762-3374





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Reasonable Rates '?'
SFree Estimates
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BACKHOE & DUMPThUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK& WOOD FENCES
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Call for FREE Estiiate ".
We Accept Major i'dit ,
MOBILE: 850-6,43 '1 :
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RENTALS

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

DEADLINE MON. NOON


HELP WANTED
Need someone to wallpaper or inyl a
medium size brick home. Afternoons
and weekend worker OK!; Call 674-4011
for location.
DRIVERS:
Be HOME often!
Dedicated Drivers needed
For Hosford, FL
(.37 empty/.38 loaded)
Health/Life/Dental/401 K
Vacation/Holiday Pay!
Grayson Mitchell. Inc.
800-247-6321
Truck Driver needed, must have Class
B CDL Apply at 20301 NE Evans St, or
call 674-8664
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW'!
NO experience required Werner
Enterprises has immediate openings for
entry-level semi drivers Our avg drivers
earn more than $36K lirst year. 60'o of
our drivers get home nightly/weekly 15-
day CDL Iraining available in your area
Call today 1-866-280-5309

HOME FOR SALE
2400 heated sq. h 12900 covered sq. ft.
brick home lor sale .4 bdr.. 2 bath, huge
rilchen and breakfast formal living and
dining room 2 car garage, attic pool and
hot tub in back with privacy fence located
at 19974 SW Magnolia Ave ,
Blounistown For details call 850-674-
7833 or 850-643-6961 ask for Lea

LOST & FOUND
Found: Kitten, with collar, no tag, found
near old Blountstown Library. Call to
identify 674-8290

REAL ESTATE
,;5 acres for sale in Clarksville Call 850-
556-8669 .
Business for Sale Once Remembered
Gills/Leas Country Candles, 20032
Central Ave W., Blountstown Has been
established 5 years, candles are sold
retail wholesale and we do fund raisers.
For.details'call 85Q-674-7833 or 850-643-
,,..6961,..ask for.,Lea..... ,
2 acres cleared land. can be used as
building lots, w/well and septic tank. Also
on property, older mobile home in livable
condition. Located between Blountstown
& Alta, $32,000. Call 674-9175.
15 acres high and dry land in Mossy
Pond area, $6,000 per acre: 10 acres in
Mossy Pond area on paved road, $9.000
per acre. Myrhammar Real Estate, 762-
3885

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

YARD SALE
Multi family. Sat, 8 00 a m until in
front of Altha City Hall Many items,
desks, tables, exercise equipment cabo-
nets, home interior pic, many more items
Call 762-3108
Rummage sale. Sat 8.00 a.m. until in
the Iront parking lot of the Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital Lois of "stuff".
Yard sale at Page Pond Church near
Shelton's Corner on Saturday, 8.00 a.m.
Items include building supplies, furniture,
kids clothes and much more. 762-8406

Yard sale Sat 8 a.m. 12'noon at
18630,NE Live Oak Lane Lots of chil-
dren's clothes and toys. Twin girl clothes,
sizes up to 2T/3T, boys clothes sizes up


to 4/5, various household items arid men '
and women clothing.
Yard sale at 17196 NW Angle St., 7:00
a.Yi. until Cancel is rain. 3 pc.. bedroom -
'set/dresser w/Ag. mirror and 6 drawers,
chest of drawers with 5 drawers, double -
.bdr. with metal railings, innerspring mar-
tress, all for $200, lg. coffee table for $20-
shoes, men & women's clothing, too -
m uch to list ; 1 *; 1 _
.Grage sale Sat., 17014 NW Harry G. .:
McClellan, Rd., Hwy. 20 W. Moving -.1
everything must go. 6 pc. king size bed-
room suit w/mattress. 3 pc. living room
set washer, dryer, refrigerator,
microwave, lots more. Call 674-8593 or -
643-8330
Yard sale. Fri & Sat.. 800 2:00 at"
20332 NE Finlay Ave house behind hos-: .
pilal canoe, 3 paddles, 3 life jackets,
$275. twin beds $50 ea dressers, tools,
toys, 8 mm movie projector and screen.
new 30x60 venetian blinds, other house-
hold goods


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Blountstown, FL
674-4202
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available on a 3
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School Board Minutes


THE CALHOUN COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
REGULAR MEETING
AUGUST 9, 2005
5:00 P.M.
The Regular Meeting of the
Calhoun County School Board was
called to order by Chairman Tim
Smith. The following members
were present: Tim Smith, Doyle
Daniels, Volena Barfield, Willie
Brown and Grant Williams.
Superintendent Mary Sue Neves,
Assistant Superintendent Greg
Jones, and Attorney David House
were also present.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Grant Williams, followed
by the Pledge of Allegiance.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Willie Brown
and carried to adopt the agenda
with the following changes:
Additions: 6. Approval of Minutes
for August 1, 2005, 9 e. Daycare
Service Agreement. Emergency
Items: a. Implementation of READ
180 for the CARE program, b.
Awning, c. Warehouse.
There were no presentations
made.
A motion was made by Doyle
Daniels, seconded by Volena
Barfleld and carried to approve the
minutes for July 11, 2005, July 21,
2005 and August 1, 2005.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Doyle
Daniels and carried to approve the
Financial Reports as follows:
a. Vouchers Payable,
Appropriations, Expenditures
Ledger & Budget Amendments
b. Monthly Financial Report for
the Month of July 2005
c. Leave Requests
A motion was made by Willie
Brown, seconded by Grant
Williams and carried to approve
the personnel recommendations as
follows:
ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Georgia Ashmore-Resignation
effective for the 2005-2006 school
year.
Clint Clemons-
Recommendation to hire as a math'
teacher for the 2005-2006 school
year.
Joy Waldron-Recommendation
to hire as a lunchroom worker for


the 2005-2006 school year.
Amanda Peavy-
Recommendation to hire as a
lunchroom worker for the 2005-
2006 school year.
BLOUNTSTOWN ELEM. SCHOOL
Ivan Nissley-Retirement effec-
tive August 1, 2005. His last day
at work was May 20, 2005.
Due to a change in circum-
stances, instead of entering the
DROP program as previously.
approved, he will be retiring.
Heather Mallory-
Recommendation to hire as an ESE
teacher replacing DeAnna Ridley
who transferred to regular educa-
tion. She will be hired as a sub-
stitute teacher until she passes the
ESE subject area test. Teacher pay
will begin on the date the district
receives evidence teacher certifica-
tion requirements have been satis-
fied. She will begin work on
August 22, 2005.
Dreama Peters-
Recommendation to hire as an aide
in the voluntary pre-kindergarten
.program. She will begin work on
August 22, 2005.
CARR SCHOOL
Rhonda O'Bryan-
Recommendation to hire as a Pre-K
Aide for the 2005-2006 school year.
She has met all qualifications
pertaining to .highly qualified and
has been a substitute with us for
several years.
CARE
Jane Creamer-
Recommendation to hire as an ESE
teacher,at the CARE program for
the 200.5-2006 school year.
George Yon-Resignation as an
aide for the Trainable classroom
effective immediately.
Tommy .McClellan-
Recommenidaton to transfer from
Blountstown High School'TMH
program to an ESE position at the
CARE program for the 2005-2006
school year.
BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE
SCHOOL
Michele Futch-
Recommendation to hire as an ESE
teacher for the 2005-2006 school
year.


BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
Rebecca Baldwin-
Recommendation to hire as Non-
Instructional Para
Professional/Bus Monitor.

DISTRICT
Linda Yon-Recommendation to
hire for the clerical position at the
bus shop for 20- hours per week,
12 months a year starting on
August 2, 2005.
Sherryl Norris-
Recommendation to take over Ivan
Nissley's bus route effective August
8, 2005 and a new driver to be
named at a later date to be hired to
take Sherryl Norris' 04-05 route.
A motion'was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Doyle
Daniels and carried to approve the
Projects, Plans and. Agreements as
follows:
a. Speech Language Agreements
with Cecil Tillis
b. Small School District Council

Consortium
c. 2005-2006 Resolution for
District Participation in PAEC
Gateway
d. Even Start Contract With
Calhoun County Public Library
e. Daycare Service Agreement
A motion was made by Willie
Brown, seconded by Volena
Barfield and carried to reimburse


the Century Club as requested, one
half of the cost for the Blountstown
High School Goal Posts in the
amount of $1,350.00. Grant
Williams voted nay as he. felt the
Board should reimburse the full
cost.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Doyle
Daniels and carried to approve
junking of the inventory items.
A motion was made by Doyle
Daniels, seconded by Volena
Barfield and carried to approve the
implementation of the READ 180
program for the CARE program.
A motion was made by Willie
Brown, seconded by Grant
Williams and carried to approve
the placing of an awning over the
entrance way to the School Board
Offices and sharing the cost with
Ruth Attaway, Clerk of the Court.
The amount of our contribution
would be $1,800.00.
Superintendent Neves brought
to the Board's attention the neces-
sity of a warehouse for school dis-
trict use. Greg Jones also stressed
the necessity of a warehouse. The
Board asked to be presented with
some options and costs of this
project to be presented at a later
date.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Doyle
Daniels a d c(arned to adjourn.


BOY SCOUT TROOP 33, which includes members from Calhoun County,
held a car wash fund raiser.on September. Special thanks to The
employees of Auto Zone for allowing the use of their parking lot and
water and for buying all those hot dogs! A great, big "thank you" to all
the pecrple who st:r.pp-dl l:.,' to have their vehicles washed and to hel
the Scouts in the new troop begin raising money to fund their activities
No vehicles were turned c ...o iri.:iu,-iirin the big rig whose driver alsa
",liped out Pictured are. Scouts (from left) Will Singelton, Nick Frotret.
:-a-le Potr.:.l Leader Justin Clinney, Senior Patrol Leader Sterhe-
McCool and member of the American Legion, Tom Curry. For inforrrr-
tion on joining the Boy Scouts, (850) 526-2270 or (850) 209-1894.


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LAYING DOWN THE LAW-Marianno rttorne, Jo-hn R'obert; or PF'otrtV
Roberts Roberts. .ias the recent gue,t speLak'er ot tre Chip.::Qla Collee
Phi Beta Lambda Busine's Fraternity. Pictured from left, are: Rebecca
Dominguez, PBL vice president' Barbara Wynn, PBL president; attorney
John Roberts; Bridget Holmes, PBL publicist and Sarah Johnson, PBL
secretary


POSITION OPENING

"Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative will be accepting applications
for one opening for, the position of First Class Line Technician
through Friday, October 14. 2005 .at Workforce Center of
Florida, Mariner Plaza, 625 Highway 231, Panama City, FL.
This opening is in our Southport Office.

Minimum Job Specifications for First Class Line Technician position.as follows:
Require High School Graduate/Equivalent. Require two years experience as a
Line Technician with above salisiaclorv performance appraisals. Require
successful pass of Line Technician certification course. Require ability to
acquire an excellent knowledge of Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative's policies
and procedures. Require an excellent working knowledge of the operations and
maintenance of switching 'sectionalizing equipment; the installation ol
transformers, wiring of transformer banks, regulators, capacitors; the REA
specificalions. National Electrical Code and National Electrical Safety Code.
Require ability o learn the cooperalve's electrical and mechanical tagging and
other numbering systems; the layout of electrical iransmissior, and distribution
lines. Require the successful passof Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative's
employment entrance examination and drug screen. Require the ability to have
and maintain a valid Florida commercial driver's license and DOT cerliicalon
Require excellent verbal and interpersonal skills to effectively interact,with
members; flexibility to work varied hours.

Equal Opportunity Employe
October 5. 2005


SPOS ITION OP ENDING

Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative will be accepting applications
for one opening for the position of Right of Way Equipment
operator through Friday, October 14, 2005, at Workforce Center
of Florida, Mariner Plaza, 625 Highway 231, Panama City, FL.
This opening is in our Southport Office.

Minimum Job Specifications for Equipment Operator positionhare as follows:
Require High School Graduate/Equivalent; minimum of two years experience as
a Grourid Technician or Right of Way Helper, including prior experience with
tractors and power equipment, and proficiency in operation of all power
equipment. Prefer experience in the operation of a Klipper side cutting
machine. Require the ability to use.power tools, all equipment hydraulics and
be capable of performing minor line duties. Require ability to acquire an
excellent knowledge of Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative's policies and
procedures and rules and regulations. Require the ability to have and maintain
a valid Florida commercial driver's license and DOT certification. 'Require
excellent verbal and interpersonal skills to effectively interact with members;
flexibility to work varied hours.

Equal-Opportunity Employer
October 5, 2005


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Ext. Cab, 4x4 #7199001 .............. 1,968 3rd Row Seating, #7047001 ..........17,468 3rd Row, Leather, #7123001.........t$6S OlU
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The CoI int.- Record, OCTOBElR 5, 2005, Page 14


Troop 579 announcesfall schedule

Girl Scouts to meet


Girl Scout Troop 579 will meet
on the following Tuesdays at the
W.T. Neal Civic Center:
Chipola Arts Association
will meet October 18
The Chipola Regional Arts
Association will host its monthly
general meeting at Jim's Buffet
and Grill in Marianna on
Tuesday, Oct. 18. A Dutch treat
luncheon will begin at 11:30 with
meeting at 12 Noon. The October
program, All About Quilts, is pro-
vided by Katherine Woodley and
Dottie Rehberg who are members.
of the Jackson County Quilters
Guild.


October 11th
October 25th
SNovember 8th
November 15th (3rd Tues.
due to Thanksgiving)
December 6th
December 13th (1st & 2nd
Tues due to Christmas)
For more information, contact
Gidget Thomas, Troop 579
Volunteer.
The Girl Scouts have been
busy with a variety of events,
including collecting items for vic-
tims of Hurricane Katrina. Watch
for Girl Scout event photos in
next week's edition of The County
Record.


Calhoun County Retired


Educators meet Friday


Calhoun County Retired
Educators Association mem-
bers will meet Friday, October
7, at 9:30 a.m. in the Heritage
Room at the Calhoun County
Public Library with Pres. John
Wood Ayers presiding.
The Board will meet at 9:00
a.m.; the Social time will begin
at 9:30 a.m.; and the General
meeting will convene at 10:00


a.m.
The Legislative and
Insurance Committee is
arranging the program.
The Audit & Finance and
Health Care Committees will be
hosting the meeting.
We'll look forward to seeing
you Friday, October 7, for an
interesting meeting.


LI. COL. ROB GENE PARRISH AND CPL, ADAM HATCHER had the honor
f rfaising the American flag before kickoff of the Blountstown High
School vs. Leon High football game Friday night. All local corr-bat vet-
erans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan since Sept. 11, 2001, are invit-
id to participate in the flag raising ceremony on homecoming, Friday,
Oct. 14. Participants are asked to meet Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 6:30 p.m. at
the Calhoun County Extension Service for a short practice to prepare
for the ceremony. For more information, call Col, Logan Barbee at 674-
8323.



Arrest cont'd


they were investigating the bur-
glafy of a nearby business and
asked him for identification. The
man was reportedly reluctant to
provide his name and said he
didn't have a photo ID. He even-
tI a stated his name was Frank
:~iwan, then said his full name
-was Steven Frances Rowan. He
| ;ised he had lived in several
different states arid had been
arrested three times for )DUl
However. I a records check
through every state turned up
nothing on anyone by that name.


Rowan refused to provide his
social security number.
Maj. Wood asked the man to
come to the Sheriffs Office and
provide his fingerprints, and
stated he would then be taken
wherever he needed to go. The
man reportedly refused, stating
he felt his rights were being vio-
lated.
Suspecting' the man was pro-
viding false information, he was
taken into custody. The investi-
gation continues.


-Calhoun County lifted Students Study Big River





"Follow the Bottle Upstream"









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Stuaents in Calhoun Count,. s girtCed prograrn hav e been busy study-
ing the hristor, of the .rApolochicolo Riv.er through a project known as
Follow the Bottle LUpstreamrn The grart rundced stud',. is being led by
Jonatharn A.Iford and Dona Dunn hro recently took porticipants-on
a te-0 trip to a nature center in Apalachicola Frida. y. gifted students
from Corr were at the Panh-andle Piorneer Settlemnent to continue
their stud., At left. sixth grader Chris Byrne looks on oas'Tyler Foster a
seventh grader, droas a sketch for his river journal Above' Tyler
SvValder-,a e..enrth grocer :atche a. eighth jader Ke'/n Alda'
c:roftci.- rmoj ,ic val h n,r 4i cf the "-plchIC' ola CI, ltahoohee
rida Flint lrier system


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made before November 15,
24)5. Prescription drug plans
may begin marketing October 1,
li5, but enrollment does not
: jln until November 15, 2005.
-.r Medicare beneficiaries
sthuld never give any- caller or
iisltor their Social Security num-
ber, bank account number or
personal financial information.
-* No door-to-door solicitations
are permitted unless the
medicare recipient has invited
the caller to their home.
u, Telemarketers must comply
with federal and state Do Not
?all laws.
When prescription drug plan
enrollment begins November 15,
2005.
' : Medicare recipients should
i rrTke sure they enroll with a pre-
i ription drug plan approved by
M: medicare. To \erifv that a plan
S has been approved, consumers
mav call Medlcare's toll-free
S number at 1-800-633-4227.
From May through August,
the Social Security
Administration mailed applica-
iitn forms to Medicare recipients
1 ,oh may qualify for extra help
Voith drug plan costs. Almost half
C7,all Medicare beneficiaries will
reCeive an application for extra
lelp. The Social Security
Administration may ask for gen-


eral financial information on the
extra help application form, but
will never ask for specific bank
account numbers, Crist empha-
sizes.
Around October 15, 2005, the
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Services will send information to
Medicare recipients describing
the Medicare prescription drug
plans that will be available to
them. The initial enrollment
period for Medicare prescription
drug coverage will be from
November 15; 2005, through
May 15, 2006. This six-month
period will give Medicare recipi-
ents time to learn about their
options and! choose the best
option for their particular cir-
cumstances.
If consumers have any ques-
tions related to the new Medicare
prescription drug benefit, they
may call the Elder Help Line at 1-
800-963-5337 to obtain informa-
tion.
Consumers with concerns or
information about individuals
misrepresenting themselves or
fraudulently promoting the new
Medicare prescription drug bene-
fit should report the situation to
the Attorney General's Consumer
Fraud Hotline at 1-866-9-NO-
SCAM (1-866-966-7226).


Breast cancer


(espec ially Latina women, African
Americans and Asian Americans)
and poor women, particularly
those in rural areas.
-*, Poverty is associated with an
.inErease of developing cancer at
a -later stage or .dying from the
disease, due to a lack of access to
quality health care. For instance,
12.5 percent of Florida's popula-
tion lives below the poverty line
conipared to the national average
of 12.4 percent.
Hispanics face barriers to
health care access including a
lack of health insurance coverage
and cultural and language differ-
enc'es this increscs the
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chances of a diagnosis of cancer
at a later stage.
There are 16 sites in Florida
implementing the Department's
Florida Breast and Cervical
Cancer Program. This program
provides assistance to women,
ages 50-64, who are uninsured
or underinsured and at or below
the poverty level. By offering
information and support, as well
as the critical screening services,
the program has helped to
remove barriers that prevent
women from getting screened. TC.
find the nearest site, call the toll-
Iree hot line number at (800)
451-2229.


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