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

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2005 99th Year, No. 6 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 50 CENTS (Including Tax)
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2005 *99th Year, No. 6 E BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


ESCAPEE APPREHENDED


Inmate


escapes;


walks off


work site
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Calhoun County jail
escapee was apprehended
Saturday in Jackson County
after five days on the run.
S According to Sgt. Sonny
;Coburn of the Calhoun County
;Sheriffs Office, inmate Jeremy
Keene, 24, walked away from
Swork detail at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement on Monday,
HOct 3,"during a lunch break.
However. no one realized he was
.missing until later that after-
ioon.
| "He had about a five hour lead
time," Sgt. Coburn reports. "We
came out and interviewed people
g family and such to try and
locate him. During the investiga-
tion, \ve found out he was possi-
:bly in Jackson County."
Authorities with the Jackson
County Sheriffs Office were noti-
fled and they caught up with
RKeene in the early morning
hours on Saturday. "It was
*around 3 a.m.," says, Sgt.
*Coburn.. "They found him ,on
See ESCAPE, page 2







--W ,-theco'iun0y ecr. t-


THERE WILL BE A HAUNTING IN BLOUNTSTOWN lorar this month featuring this group f rrmonsters and se'.eral other ghouls and goblins' The
Calhoun Correcitrc.nol Insttution Employees Club is i:;riing forces with the Blountstown Police Department Emplo'.ees Club.to host a
haunted house at the old Blountstown Library on North Pear Street, This event is set for Friday and Saturdaf, Oct. 28-29, and Monday,
Oct. 31, from 7 p.m. until nightly, Admission is $2 per person.
NATIONAL PEANUT FESTIVAL



calls in little Miss Peanut


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun" County will be well
represented this weekend as
three young ladies from our
community compete in the
;Little Miss National Peanut
Festival in Dothan.
Little Miss Altha is Katie
Brianna Cox, the seven-year-
old daughter ,of James and.
Deanne Cox. She has no sisters
or brothers,;but wants both
A second grader at Altha
School. Katie is in Mrs.
Williams' class. 'Her favorite
subject is P.E.' When she's not
'busy .with school: work. she
enjoys singing. dancing, swim-
ming, cheering, playing and
spending the night with
friends.
Katie hopes to become a
singer and, dancer when she
grows up.
Little Miss Calloun
County Trudie Lorrine Alford
is the seven-year-old daughter
of Tim and Juanita Alford. She
attends Blountstov\n


Elementary School and is in
Ms. Daniels' second grade
class.
When school is out, Trudie
enjoys riding the four-\\heeler
with her daddy and going shop-
ping with her mama. She'also
likes to spend time with her
Aunt Mary Ann.
Trudie hopes to become a
doctor someday.
Little Miss Blountstown
I I ., I : Is~ ~


Lauren Jeter is the eight-year-
old daughter of Heather
Swearengen and Milckey Jeter
A second grader at Carr School,
she is in IMsa. Hill's class
Lauren's hobbies include
reading. riding horses. and
doing eg\mnastics.
When she grows up, Lauren
hopes to become either a nurse
so she can help people or a vet-
erinarian so she can take care


K -.TiE C--'T iE Ai.;


of animalsh'
This trio \\ill be among over
6'0 girls from Florida. Georgia.
and Alabama competing for the
title of Little Miss National
Peanut Festival. The pageant
will be held Saturday night at 6
p.m. in the Dothan Civic
Center.' Tickets are $5 in
advance and 86 at the door
with children under three
admitted free.


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CRIME


Man held


on sexual


battery


charges

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Blountstown man is in the'
Calhoun County Jail accused of
raping a woman in her home.
Jamie Dewayne Dawson has
been charged with sexual battery
in the case.
According to the Blountstown
Police Department, a woman
called authorities just after 8
a.m. Oct. 3 and Maj. Rodney
Smith responded to her resi-
dence. The woman alleged
Dawson was knocking on her
front door as she dressed for
work and she yelled to him,:
"Just a minute!"
At that point, the woman told
authorities Dawson opened the
front door, entered' her house,;
pushed her on a couch and
began performing a sex act on
her against her will. She said she
repeatedly told Dawson "no" but
he continued, then raped, her.',
Afterward, she said he thanked
her and left.
The woman was taken td.
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital foi
treatment and evidence was col-
lected.
Later that day, Dawson was
apprehended. He remained in
custody at press time.

FALL FESIlVAL


Goat Day


to be held


Saturday
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Art_. and crafts, old time
demonstrations, and all sorts of
food, fun, and entertainment are
on tap for Saturday at the 19th
Annual Goat Day festival.
Gates will open at 8 a.m. at
Sam Atkins Park with activities
in the general park area, as well
as the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement.
The event is sponsored each
year by the Blourtstown Rotary
Club with proceeds benefiting a
variety of local projects including
scholarships for area students.
Bring the entire family and
plan to attend! For more details,
check out the ad on page 3.



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The County Record, OCTOBER 12, 2005, Page 2


Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Dear Editor,
I have seen firsthand the reac-
tions of both shock and disbelief
on people's faces, and even heard
them gasp, when someone uses
the word atheist. I did not use
the terms "pedophile" or "serial
killer", but I might as well have.
I am greatly disappointed, and
Angry, at the intolerance, obvious
discrimination, and prejudice, of
those who would judge, con-
'demn, or even attempt to perse-
cute others, simply because they
do not share a common, accept-
-able, or popular belief, such as
' Christianity.
SIf a certain young boy scout, is
kicked out of the Boy Scouts, for
.having the moral courage to
.make his beliefs publicly known,


then I think that the B
of America have a lot t
his example. The ch
this young man outs]
and all attempts at leach
tradition. Which
thought" were synonyr
the Boy Scouts of Amer
And by the way, w]
tion for the sake of
one, becomes more
than the individual, or
dom to believe what we
believe, it is a sure si
rapid decline of a natic
people.


Rosalind C. Rau,
19711 SW B
Blountstown,


Speak up with c


letter to the editor

Deadline is Monday at Noon


the county RcRord



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20311 Central Avenue West
Blountstown, FL 32424
PHONE: 850-674-5041
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Publisher/Editor/Advertising
Sharon Turner
Bookkeeper/Circulation
Kelli Peacock....News Editor
Somehow, largely through the Grace of God, devoted loyalty, and
the' vast pride on the part of many people, The County Record has
never missed an issue.


3oy Scouts
o learn by
aracter of
hines any
dership or
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nous with


Man arrested after
meth falls from
beneath his hat


rica. Tracey Allen Stacey, 36, was arrested
hen tradi- on meth charges after a traffic stop last
traditional Tuesday.
important According to the Calhoun County
important Sheriff's Office, Dep. Nick Keller pulled
r the free- Stacey's vehicle over on SR 71 North for
choose to speeding. Dep. Chris Porter assisted in
ign of the the stop and, due to Stacey appearing
:n and it's nervous and the fact that he reportedly
had been found with illegal drugs on a
Sincerely, previous case, a K-9 was brought to the
scene. During a patdown search of
schenberg Stacey, Dep. Porter reached to remove
field Rd. Stacey's hat and he reportedly moved his
arfeld head abruptly, partially knocking off his
FL 32424 hat and revealing a small piece of alu-
minum foil under his hat. He reportedly
tried to conceal it and pulled away from
the deputy. A struggle followed and the
foil fell on the ground. It contained a white
powder substance that tested positive for
I meth.
Stacey was charged with possession


Pfc. Chad Edge
Army National Guard Pfc.
Chad Edge has graduated from
basic military training at Fort
Benning, Columbus, Ga., under
the Split Option Training
Program. The program allows
high school students between
their junior and senior year to
attend and complete the Army
National Guard or Reserve six-
week basic training program dur-
ing the summer of their junior
year.
During basic training, the
recruit receives instruction in
drill and ceremonies, weapons,
map reading, tactics, military
courtesy, military justice, physi-
cal fitness, first aid, and Army
history. values and tradition.
The student attends weekend
drills during the senior year of
high school until graduation.
After graduating from 'high
school, the recruit serves as a
member of the national guard or
reserve and attends advanced
individual training (AIT) to

acquire job skills necessary in a
military career specialty.
He is the son of George and
Sabrina Edge of S.W. Seventh
Ave., Bristol, Fla.
Edge is a student at Liberty
County High School, Bristol.
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of meth and resisting arrest without vio-
lence. He remained in custody at press
time.

Traffic stop leads
to arrest for drugs
after pills, pot found
Christopher Scott McCoy, 26, was
arrested Friday and charged with posses-
sion of Schedule II narcotics and drug
paraphernalia, along with driving while
license suspended or revoked with
knowledge. The arrest stemmed from a
traffic stop last month.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton pulled
an SUV over on Hwy. 73 the night of
Sept. 20 for weaving and having a broken
windshield. After Dep. Dalton smelled
marijuana, McCoy consented to a search
of his vehicle and a pair of scales, along


Escape


Rocky Creek Road asleep in his
mother's vehicle .outside her
house."
After spending a couple nights
in the Jackson County
Correctional Facility, Keene was
transferred back to the Calhoun
County Jail.
SConvicted of burglary and
grand theft, Keene was sen-
tenced back in September to
seven years probation with the
first 11 months and 29 days to
be served in the Calhoun County
Jail. He is now facing charges of
escape and violation of proba-
tion.


with rolling papers were found. In addi-
tion, a clear plastic bag of marijuana was
discovered as were two Oxycodone pills
and one Xanax.
McCoy agreed to cooperate with law
enforcement and was given a notice to
appear in court. After he failed to cooper-
ate within an allotted time, a warrant was
issued for his arrest on drug charges.

Blountstown woman
arrested for stealing
city electric services
A Blountstown woman was arrested
last week for allegedly obtaining electrical
service illegally.
Sabrina E. Cooper was charged with
tampering with utility or cable service.
According to the Blountstown Police
Department, Chief Glenn Kimbrel was
advised of the matter by Fannin Avenue
residents. He notified Tim Faircloth of the
City of Blountstown Utility Department
who discovered a city electrical meter ille-
gally plugged into a meter box. Major
Rodney Smith received a tip about anoth-
er electric-meter inside Cooper's home
and it was seized.
Cooper was booked into the Calhoun
County .Jail. ,

Local man charged
with DUI, marijuana
resisting arrest
Rodney Mosley, 40, was charged with
DUI, possession of less than 20 grams of


marijuana, resisting arrest without viola-
tion, and violation of state probation fol-
lowing a traffic stop early Monday.
.According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton pulled
Mosley over just after midnight on SR 20
after Mosley reportedly veered into his
lane and nearly hit his patrol car head-on.
Although Dep. Dalton turned on his lights
and siren, Mosley failed,to stop. He trav-
eled east on SR 20 with Dep. Dalton fol-
lowing. Dep. Jared Nichols was in the
middle of a traffic stop on the same
stretch of road as Mosley approached in
his direction, then veered back into his
lane. He stopped about a quarter mile
down the road.
Dep. Dalton reported Mosley having
bloodshot eye's and slurred speech. He
failed a roadside sobriety test and was
charged with DUI. A patdown search
turned up a clear plastic bag of marijuana
in his pants pocket. Mosley reportedly
stated he couldn't go to jail because he
was on house arrest and due to get off
Wednesday. After he pulled away while
being arrested and kicked a dent in Dep.
Dalton's patrol car, he was charged with
resisting.





lacord

Deadline

Monday at Noon


A ,6




Oct. 3: Jamie Dawson, sexual battery
Oct. 4: Tracey A. Stacey, resisting arrest without violence, possession of metham-
phetamine
Oct. 5: Edwin R. Vasquez, introduction of contraband into a correctional facility,
possession of cocaine with intent to sell; Gene Bess, state violation of probation;
Zheron Smith, violation of probation; Sherman Champion, interference with cus-
tody; Shawna Coalley violation 'r s la1e prooarson
Oct. 6: Sabrina Cooper tampering wih utilily or cable
Oct. 7: Ronkell Tnornpson, no % alid drivers license, Gradiyn Scott, violation of pro-
bation; Christopher S. McCoy, possession of Schedule II narcotics, possession of
drug paraphernalia, driving while license suspended or revoked with knowledge;
Jerad Lipford, DUI refusal, possession of alcohol under 21 years of age; Joshua
Best, battery
Oct. 9: Michelle Simmons, DUI; Darrin Jones, driving while license suspended or
revoked; Rodney Mosley, DUI refusal, possession of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana, resisting arrest without violence

The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail over the
past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are consid-
ered innocent until proven guilty.


Letter to the Editor


-







The County Record, OCTOBER 12, 2005, Page 3.


Next meeting November 7, Extension building


Garden Club talks Wildflowers


The Torreya Garden Club met
.Monday, October 3rd, at 6:30
p.m. at the Calhoun County
Extension Building with Pres.
Jessica Bowden presiding. She
welcomed the members and
guests, Cindy Stewart and
Charles Brasher from the
Jackson County Extension Office
and Marilyn Waller, Doris
Traylor's guest.
Alice Williford gave the devo-
tions, reading a wonderful quota-
tion by Helen Keller "The best
and most beautiful things in the
world cannot be seen, nor
touched, but are felt in the
heart." She closed with a Prayer.
Refreshments were served
from the attractively decorated


buffet table which featured a Fall
theme in orange and white -
including orange punch, a fall
floral arrangement, and a glow-
ing pumpkin. Pres. Bowden
thanked Fran Mayo and Doris
Traylor for the tasty "goodies."
Fran's Pumpkin Pie Cake was an
adventure in eating!
After refreshments, Pres.
Bowden presented Cindy Stewart
who discussed Wildflowers. She
was assisted by, Extension
Director Charles Brasher. Cindy
had brought a huge vase of color-
ful wildflowers:which she identi-
fied and discussed. She also
showed 'slides of more lovely
wildflowers. Cindy recommend-
ed several books on wildflowers


that she passed around.
Members also received a pack of
seeds, several brochures, beauti-
ful posters of wildflowers, and a
handsome handbook "PLanting a
Refuge for Wildlife."


Jessie Mae Price reminded
members that there will be a
Work Day at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement Saturday,
See GARDEN CLUB, page 13


Smith, Walden to wed


Oct. 22, Chipola River


Mr. and Mrs. Jake Parker


Hobby, Parker united


in Sept. 25 ceremony
The families of Amber Louise Hobby and James Jake Parker
would like to announce the marriage of.the couple.
The beautiful ceremony and reception took place. Sunday,
September 25, 2005, in Tallahassee, Florida at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Harrison, cousins of the groom.
The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Michael Stone.
She chose as her attendants Casey Glass, niece of the bride, and
Autumn Hobby, sister of the bride.
The groomsmen were Mr. Jim Barbee, friend of the groom, and
Mr. Jim Parker, father of the groom.
After a brief honeymoon in Panama City Beach, the couple will
reside in Blountstown.


Katherine (Katie) Smith and
Ryan Parrish Walden announce
the final plans for their marriage.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Leroy and the late Peggy Smith
and Dana Dunn. Maternal
grandparents are Ruth and the
late Joe G. Alford. Paternal
grandparents are Murlene and
the late Bo Pete Smith, all of
Blountstown. Katie is a graduate
of Blountstown High School. She
is presently employed by Liberty
CI.
The groom-elect is the son of
Troy and Garnet Walden of Red
Oak. Maternal grandparents are
Houston and \Gwen Deese and
the late Durward Parrish of Red


Oak. Paternal grandparents are
Hazel and the late George Walden
of Clarksville and great grand-
mother Lula Jane McCoy of
Blountstown. Ryan is a graduate
of Blountstown High School and
served in the Marines in
Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is
presently employed by Sound Off
Audio.
The. wedding will take place
Saturday,- October 22, 2005 at
5:30 p.m. CST at the Walden
family's Chipola River pavilion., A
reception will follow. All friends
and family are cordially invited to
attend the wedding and recep-
tion.


Irish Step-Dancers to


perform in Liberty Co.


Mr. and Mrs. Howell Montgomery

Morris, Montgomery,


wed in Helen, Georgia
Rita Morris and Howell Montgomery were united in marriage
September 30, 2005, in Helen, Georgia.
The private ceremony was 'held in the park gazebo overlooking
Helen. Martha Brand of Sautee, Georgia, performed the ceremony.
t'l-i+- Ii--- --.i-.- T -h Tif- v ---rrlr ii ie +tr i~ i nrt-; 'n


Amanio noo o Striplnin and clretin n ciu orCl H% Smith


Striping, Hyysmith t


exchange vows Nov.
SMs. Renee Stripling of Altha He is the grandson of I
anid Mr. Stephan Stripling of Smith, Ms: Ann Hysmil
iWewahitchka are. proud to and Mrs. Jake Hysrn
(announce the engagement of Wewahchila. Jeremyi
Their daughter, Amanda Nicole ate of Wewahitchka Hi
Stripling to Jeremy Edward and 'is currently empl
' iHysnuth of Wewahitchka. Air First A-iation at Ty'
SAmanda is the granddaughter
,of Ruth: Attaway and the late The wedding will tal
Fred Attaway of Altha and Mr. 4:00 p.m. (CTI on Nov
and Mrs. Mike .Stripling: of 2005,at Whitfield Par
Wewahitchka. She is a graduate. Landing, Wew-ahitchI
,of Altha High School and is cur- reception will immedia
rental attending Chipola College. at the \\'ewahitchka C
;,, 'The groom to be is the son of Center. No local in\i
Ms. Connie Hysnuth and the late being sent, but all fri
;Oscar Hsnsmith of, We\vahitchka.^ family are.invited to att


19
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th and Mr.
nith all of
s a gradu-
.gh School
oyed wiith
ndall AFB.
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ember 19,
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ka. The
teli follow\
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ends and
tend.


rKUNI IM T LIDeKIT LUlUt l. KIO ulaVi TJones. GuitLar soloist LLyLn WhitenerTC pro.uV1iucLU IIILcUL II UI1 U.C t occasion.
COUNCIL Bring the entire family to this The bride is the daughter of Amos and Aline Morris of Kyne-sille.
invigorating performance, spon- Florida, and the granddaughter of the late Tom and Benoma Bowen,
If you would like to see the scored by the Liberty County Arts and the late Doc and Pearl Tatum, all of Clarksville. '
best Irish step-dancing this side Council. Admission is $2 per Rita is employed as a Realtor with American Paradise Realty cf
of the Emerald Isle, you will not person. Panama City. Howell is a self-employed home inspector and builder:
won't to miss the "Tallahassee For more information, call Following their hone\-moon in the North Georgia mountains, the
Irish Step Dancers" who will per- Babs Moran at 643-5491. couple is making their home in Blountstown.
form at the Veteran. Mlemoinal .
' ':g'Ti:!'5 '"u; ,at' :, V ~.-_ : P .. ^ ,. W.( ....- -

If you have seen "River BLOUNITOWN ROTARY CLUB
Dance." you ,will thoroughly
enjoy this group. One of their ,.
members has studied in New
York with the "River Dance"
team. The Troupe will perform
hard shoe and soft-shoe dances .
with original choreography b I 9tlh Annual

Chamber to

meet Oct. 20,

Cats' Cuisine m
The Calhoun Count\, Chamber ci
of Commerce monthly member O t A 2 0
ship meeting is set for Thursda\.
October 20. at noon at Cats'
Cuisine on the second floor of
Altha School.
Bruce Ballister of the
Apalachee Regional: Planning ArtS, rafts. F d. bl, MSaiR &
Council willbe the guest speaker. at ie ertIMftiray
giants available to Calhoun FE r the whole family
County, including ,downtown
revitalizatlon funding.

dls Ir u GatesOpen 8 AM
Reservations are required by
SMonday, Oct. 17. Please call the altes en 8 AM
Chamber office at 674-4519 to GO
reserve your meal.
S *Senior Bitizens m Gfeat Day Classic Car Show


meeting will 0

be held ct. 18
SbeheldOct. So Highway 20 West Blountstown
Calhoun County Senior
ICitizens will be having their
quarterly General Membership2s"
Meeting on October 18th at 8:00
a.m. Please pln o attending so Sponsored as a Community Service by Your Hometown Bank
the Senior Citizens can do for
you. ------

MAi-you-can-eat

pancakes at the %

Lodge Saturday f
There will be a Pancake. & BER F.,D IC
Sausage Breakfast Saturday,MEMBEC.
October 15th from 7:00 9:00 S
a.m. at Dixie Lodge, 16th Street, NDER
Blountstown. BRISTOL BLOUNTSTOWN ALTHA
's "ALLYOU CAN EAT" for (850)6-13-2221 (850)674-5900 (850)762-3417
only $4.00 The delicious break- Hwy. 20 & Baker Street 20455 Central Ave. West 25463 N.'Main St.
fast includes ice cold orange P.O Box 550 P.O. Box 534 Hwy. 71
juice, pancakes with syrup, Bristol, Florida 32321 Blountstown, Florida 32424 Altha, Florida 32421
sausage and coffee. Come early B o
Saturday and enjoy good food
and great fellowship with your
.friends. N L L ,f (k LAgo% ,M ,-V W & O U I 4 1


For All Your Printing Needs
ENVELOPES BUSINESS CARDS
LETTERHEADS INVOICES
RUBBER STAMPS
WEDDING INVITATIONS
--GRADUATION INVITATIONS
AND MUCH MORE
SCome See the Professionals

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Next to Badcock on Central Ave.
674-5041 1i


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oDeadline
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MYRTLE CURLEE
Mrs. Myrtle Curlee, 91, of
Blountstown, passed away
.Tuesday, October 4, 2005, in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Curlee was a native and
life long resident of Calhoun
County and was a homemaker.
Survivors include two sons,
Glenn Curlee of Altha and Cecil
Curlee of Mulberry; two daugh-
ters, Lorene Gainous and Beulah
Clark, both ofDothan; one sister,
Margie Floyd of Altha; four sis-
ters-in-law, Dorothy Whitfield of
Austin, TX, Dot Whitfield of
Blountstown, Martha Ruth
Whitfield of Marianna, and
Thelma Whitfield of Tallahassee;
S16 grandchildren and 14 great
grandchildren.
S Funeral services were held at
10:00 AM Friday, October 7,
from the Victory Hill Pentecostal
Holiness Church near Altha with
SReverend DeWayne Tolbert offici-
Sating. Interment followed in the
Victory Hill Cemetery.
Adams Funeral Home was in
Charge of the arrangements, ph.
674-5449 or online at
Swww.adamsfh.com.

RUBY DAVIS
Mrs. Ruby Davis, 80, of
Blountstown, passed away
Sunday, October 9, 2005, in
Blountstown.
She was a Florida native and
' of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include one brother,
SJames Williamson of
Philadelphia, PA.
Plans for a memorial service
Swill be announced at a later date.
SAdams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
k 674-5449 or online at
Swww.adamsfh.com.

LOIS HELEN MULLINS
S Mrs. Lois Helen Mullins, age
0 70 of Blountstown, FL died
Friday night, October 7, 2005 at
her home. Mrs. Mullins was
Born on January 19, 1935 in
H Jenkins, Kentucky and had lived
0 in Blountstownr since 1998 com-
Sing from Gadsden County. She
Swas a homemaker and a member
,of the Baptist Faith. Mrs.
SMullins was preceded in death by


7Hidden Treasures,


/UJy M... '
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Pride of Life
Text: 1 John 2:15-17
The Minneapo/is Tribune reported that
SJudge John Weeks spotted a man in the
courtroom wearing a hat. The judge was
insulted that the man had so line respect.
SHe ordered the man to leave tme room.
Then the clerk called for the case of
George A. Rogde. Rogde was charged
with burglary and had been freed on
bond. When Rogde did not come for-
ward. Ihe prosecution explained, "Your
honor that is the man you ordered from
the counroom. The police are reportedly
still looking for Mr. Rogde.
The pride of life is pretending you are
something that you are not. It is present-
ing yourself more worthy than you are. It
includes the vanity of trying ro out do our
neighbors. Paul warned in Rbm. 12:3 "not
tothink of himself more highly than he
ought to think (KJV)." Simply put it is arro-.
gance.'
S How does one describe the pride of
life? Pretending to be a pious, godly per-
son on Sunday while living for the devil*
during the week would be one example.
Buying a new car because your neighbor
down the road hasa new one in his
.garage is another example. To think that
you are, the only one. who can do the job
describes it. To think that you are much
smarter than everyone around you can
explain it. Satan tempted Eye with the
pride o life when he trickedher into think-
ing she could be as wise as.God is by
eating the fruit. ,
The pride of life is one of the seven
things that are an abomination to God in
Pr 6:17. As such, pride always comes
before a fall. The loftier you make your-
self appear, the harder you fall when God
proves you wrong. Your facade will pass
away and you will be seen for what you
are. Think of yourself with sober judg-
ment arid be real.
Ryan tcDougaad Is a 'censeca
ordained Free l'"i Bap/st Minister host-
ing Bible study in the home. For more
information, call 674-6351.
.


her husband, Eulis Mullins.
Survivors include: two sons:
Colin D. Mullins of Woodbridge,
VA, Allen G. Mullins of Quincy,
FL; two daughters: Rena C.
Schneider of Martinsburg, WV,
Valarie Hires and her husband,
Ricky and granddaughter, Kayla,
of Blountstown; two brothers:
Harold E. Castle of Woodbridge,
VA, Joseph D. Castle of
Blountville, TN; one sister, Sylvia
J. Mullins of Clintwood, VA; five
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
Thursday, October 13, 2005 at
11:00 a.m. (CDT) from the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Allen Pitts officiating.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, FL. 850-674-
2266,

ELBERT MARION PEEVEY
Mr. Elbert Marion Peevey, age
86, of Fountain passed away
Wednesday, October 5, 2005 at
his residence with his daughter
Linda Peevey by his wide. Mr.
Peevey moved to Fountain in
1986 from Hollywood, Florida.
He loved the outdoors, mostly the
squirrels and his roses. Mr.
Peevey was preceded in death by
his wife, Gloria Peevey.
He is survived by two sons:
Michael Peevey and his wife
Patricia of Montana and Paul
Peevey, of Fort Lauderdale; his
loving and devoted daughter,
Linda Peevey of Fountain; one
sister, Billie Bingham and hus-
band, Raymond; two grandchil-
dren: Shiloh and Courtney
Peevey, as well as three nephews:
Terry, Barry, and Dean
Marcades.
Memorial services for Mr.
Peevey will be held today,
Wednesday, October 12, 2005 at
4:00 p.m. at Hall Funeral Home
in Altha with Rev. Floyd Wright
officiating. Memorialization will
be by cremation.
Hall Funeral Home of Altha is
N_7


Keep God j

In Your Heart
by Rev. R. W. Waterman

Avoid Worldly and Empty Chatter
,-rae.- .-- IITimothy 2:15. 16 -.
Al. of us, have heard ihr:se words
"Sticks and stones may break my bones
but.words will never hurt me." Yet, is that
statement true? Words do hurt. In fact
they can cut deeply when spoken in
anger, cruelty, or revenge.
This scripture is a powerful one that
every child of God should take very, very,
seriously, V.14 tells us not to get into
speculative arguments that only waste
time and energy obu may destroy the faith
of others. V 16 tells us to have nothing
to do with godless or empty talk, for such
discussions only lead people away from
God.
The words we speak are serious busi-
ness with the Lord. Yet how many
churches are torn apart by words spoken
in anger or judgment and then spread like
wildfire through the congregation. How
- many homes and marriages are split by
Unforgiving comments and constant criti-
cism?
When we are tempted to share a bit of
news gossipi with a friend, there is much
more to consider than just whether; what
we are about to. say is the truth.
Melodye Jones said she heard a pas-
Stor say that all our sharing should pass a
three question test. Before we open our
mouths, we should consider the follow-
ing: "First, is it true? Second, is it neces-
sary that I tell it? And third, will it be help-
ful if I do?" Much of our chatter would be
silenced if we were to follow these guide-
lines. Wouldn't that honor the Lord? The
Lord knows those who are His. V.19




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*MONUMENTS SLABS
*MARKERS.
CEMETERY ENGRAVING
850-674-8449,


in charge of the arrangements.
850-762-3965.

SHORTY VARNADORE
Mr. Shorty Varnadore, age 78
of Blountstown, FL died Sunday
night, October 9, 2005 at his
home. Shorty was born on April
10, 1927 in Alma, GA and had
lived in Calhoun County for the
past 19 years. Shorty was a
farmer and was a retired Dredge
Boat Captain. He was of the
Holiness faith.
Survivors include his wife,
Ana Varnadore of Blountstown;
two sons: Eddie Varnadore and
Nahuel Varnadore, both of
Blountstown; one daughter,
Sherry Martin of Alma, GA; one
brother, Everett Varnadore of
Gainesville; five grandchildren
and 4 great-grandchildren.
Memorial services were held
Tuesday, October 11, 2005 at
1:00 p.m. (CDT) at the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel in
Blountstown with Rev. Dewayne
Tolbert officiating.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marion Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, FL. 850-674-
2266.


We would like to express our
deepest gratitude to the commu-
nity that Leon loved so dearly.
There are not enough words to
say how much we appreciated
each act of kindness, sympathet-
ic words, hugs, ears to listen and
especially prayers during the loss
of our much loved husband,
father, grandfather, son and
brother. We count it a privilege
to call you friends and family.
A very special thank you to
Rev. Paul Smith and Rev. Mickey
Johnson for helping us celebrate
Leon's life. Our heartfelt thanks
to Tim Lawson and the RCC
Praise Team for leading us in
Leon's favorite hymns. All of this
is why he loved living here so
much, and so do we.
Much love and thanks: to all of


you.


The Family of Leon Neal


Nazarene Church will
mark 60th anniversary

Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene and Pastor Arthur
Menard invite you to join them in
celebrating their 60th anniver-
sary.
God has truly kept His hand
on us throughout the years. On
Sunday, October 16th, from
10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. we
will be celebrating our history
and our future. You are an
important part of this joyous
occasion.
Our District Superintendent,
Orville Jenkins, will be our spe-
cial speaker. We will also have a
covered dish dinner at the W.T.
Neal Civic Center after the serv-
ice. Please bring your best dishes
(the church will. provide the
meat) and join us for this blessed
occasion.
For more information contact
Bobby Sandridge at 639-6557,
after 5:00 p.m. CST.

Manna Ministries food
pantry open Saturday
Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene will be opening Manna
Ministries Food Pantry, on
Saturday, October 15th from
1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Anyone needing assistance
with food items is welcome to
participate.
The church is located diago-
nally across from
Calhoun/Liberty Hospital at
17826 NE Crozier St.,
Blountstown. It's the orange
brick building with the white
steeple.

New Life/Sunny Hill
homecoming on Sunday
Pastor Chris GOodman and
New Life Ministries/Sunny Hill
PH Church invite you-to attend
Homecoming on Sunday,
October 16th.
Services will begin at 10:00


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For A Frncril Ouole Call
674-5333
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SBlountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


SSunday Services
SSunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship.:.11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service,..7:00,PM


Hwy. 20 West
13th Street
'Blountstown, FL
850-6744331


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

First Baptist Church
Helping people follow: in the footsteps of Christ


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
With

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


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown, Florida


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


le, Mr


a.m. There will be no Sunday
School. Chosen will be minister-
ing in song., Rev. Lawrence
Register will be sharing the
morning message. Lunch will
follow in the fellowship hall.
For more information, contact
the church at 762-8220 or Carla
Bramblett at 643-2574.

Homecoming Sunday
at Altha Church of God

Altha Church of God
Homecoming services will be this
Sunday, October 16th, beginning


at 11:00 a.m.
We are pleased to have as our
guest speaker this year rev.
David Pleasant. Bro. Pleasant
was the Altha Church of God
pastor from April 1995 until
June 2002.
Please make plans, to come
and join us as we celebrate our
seventy-one years of ministry as
The Altha Church of God. We
will be serving lunch immediate-
ly following the morning worship
service. Please plan to stay and
dine with us.
We are located at 26000 NE
Fuqua Circle in Altha.


Sf -- i
OCTOBER IS CLERGY APPRECIATION MONTH and Covenant Hospice
would like to recognize (from left) Rev. Ronnie Wright, Rev. Jack Howell,
and Rev. Bill Wheeler for their tireless c:'rn-rrtrrnent to Covenant
Ho-spice and the communities they serve, Rev. Wright has been a
.Chaplain with Covenant since 2001 and is presently the pastor of
Bethlehem Baptist church in Jackson County, Ronnie and his wife,
Sarah, have lived in Jackson County all of their lives. They have three
children and six grandchildren. Rev, Wright served as the Mission
Director for Chipola Baptist Association for three and a half years,
Brother Ronnie has been in ministry 35 years, Bill Wheeler came to work
with Covenant Hospice in 1992 and in 2002 partially retired, but after
Just a few short months returned to Covenant to work part time, Rev.
Wheeler is presently' the pastor of Pine Ridge Baptist church in Jackson
County. Bill and his wife, Elaine, have lived in Jackson County for 30 yrs
and have five children, 10 grandchildren, three great grandchildren
and the fourth is scheduled for arri .ol in January. Brother Bill has served
the Baptist community for some 33 years. Jack Howell has been a
Chaplain with Covenant for 11 years and is present, the pastor of East
Side Assembly in Mqrianna. Brother Jack has served in the ministry for
nearly 49' years. Jack and his wife, Dorothy, have lived in Jackson
County for most of their lives. They have four children, 13 r,:,:Jcr,.riilirer
and one great grandchild.




Serving Calhoun

and Liberty County

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


St. Mary Missionary

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


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM www.dtapps.com/southside,
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School w .upcomou
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The County Record, OCTOBER 12,2005, Page 5


Trio of brave women fuel new




stories by Jesse Earle Bowden


S Happy "1st" Birthday!!
The family of Karenda Ivory
would like to wish her a happy 1st
birthday Karenda is the daughter
of Domenique and Yaminah Ivory
and the granddaughter of Billy
SRay Ivory and the late Brenda
Jean Ivory Franklin Youmans of
New York and Karima King of
SSpringfield, MA. She is the great-
granddaughter of Eli Rives, the
late Sylvia Rives, Ed Ivory and
Juanifa Ivory Her Godparents
Share Mark and Sharon Williams
S; and Gladys Miller.
Karenda enjoys going to
SMayhaw Child Development
Center where she spends most of
her time with her friends and
S teachers, Sherryl and Hilda. She
also spends a lot of her time with
'her Godsisters, Brianna and
S Aliyana Chase of Springfield, MA
-and Keirra and Teirra Dabney of
.Blountstown who she loves dearly.
S,.She also has two Godbrothers,
SMikel and Mikis.. Engram of
SBlountstown. She has a bunch of
Cousins that she enjoys spending
time with Shakita, Toot Crystal,
Erika, Kendra, Shontae and JaQ ion
j ust to name a few.
Karenda loves spending time
with her granddaddy as well as
going to the football games to
cheer for the Tigers and her
Suncles Arsenio and Malcolm. She
also enjoys seeing her uncle
.. Andre and aunt Megan,
Karenda also has spic;.3l
-' uncles that she loves spending
time with, Roy Jack, Toat and.
James. Last but not least her
Friends, Mirazha Hogue, N'bresha
and Zikel, Keyla and Shelvin
Holmes.
Once again, Happy st"
Birthday we love you.


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Lordy, Lordy,
Aunt Mary Ann's 40!
LIt : 'i.:-J Hn:l a -Ipric
BErth:.\ TruCl


Location C.r:n.:.:.i, 3
Banking/Turns: 24 degrees '
Distance: 1.5 miles
Shape: Quad-oval
Last Year's Winner: Jimmie Johnson
Qualifying Record: Ryan Newman 192.988 in 2005
Race Record: Jeff Gordon 160.306 in 1999
Race Time: 7 pm ET, Oct. 15th

LS Ironically, Lowe's Motor Speedway opened
its gates the same year, 1960, as Atlanta
Motor Speedway, now a sister track owned
,. *by Speedway Motorsports, Inc. Not only
was the track unique in its design, the
track's founders, Bruton-Smith and Curtis
Tumer, made the announcement that the first event would be
t6'00 rn,.i, in length. Today, .it is the largest sports facility in the
Southeast and has over 167,000 permanent seats, including
121 executive suites, and capacity for nearly 50,000 spectators
in the infield area. The speedway was the first superspeedway
to host night racing in 1992. The inner perimeter road around
Lowe's Motor Speedway is named in honor of three-time
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series champion. Darrell Waltrip.


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HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY "PETE"
Karen Baker!!
October 5, 2005
From your family J.D. Cynt,
Lyndom, Sheila, Bob
and Josie Bell


BirthAnnoucemen


CIERRA JALYNN MORALES
Hector Morales and Angie
Bracewell of Blountstown; FL are.
proud to announce the birth of
their daughter, Cierra Jalynn
[tMorales Cierra was born on June
28 2005 at Capital Regional
Medical Center in Tallahassee, FL.
She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces
and was 20 inches long. Clerra is
the granddaughter of Jim and
Paula Bracewell of Blountstown,
Maria M[loro.:les of Blountstown,.
and, Hector Morales, Sr, of
Brownsville, TX; Cierra was wel
comedy home.by, her big sisters
Melyna, Adriana, and Reyna,
along with a host of family and
friends.


Blood drives


scheduled in


community
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center Mobile Unit has
several drives scheduled in the
area. Dates are as follows:
Tuesday. Oct 18. Liberty CI
1 to 430 pm ET. Bristol
Fnda\. Oct. 21. Nlarianna
\Va-lart 9-4 pm
Friday. Oct 28. The Bank.
10-4 pm. Blountstown
Community Drive
All drive-s are open to the pub-
lic and donations are always
needed


2005 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Martin Truex, Jr. 4206
2) Clint Bowyer 41'57
3) Reed Sorerison 3955
4) Carl Edwards 3820

5) Denny Hamlin 3623
6) Kenny Wallace 3574
7) Paul Menard 3385
"i .,d :r..r 3311
9) Greg Biffle 3300.
10) Jason Keller 3256


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a) 1945
b) 1946
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d) 1948

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Three brave women from dif-
ferent West Florida historical
periods and two adventurous
"worm gruriters" are intriguing
characters in Altha-born
Pensacola author Jesse Earle
Bowden's four new fictional sto-
ries brightening his expanded
book, When You Reach
September, published in The
Florida Classic Edition by Father
& Son Publishing, Inc.,
Tallahassee.
The stories, "Ruby's Cafe," "Six
Bushels of Corn," "Atchafayala"
and "The Worm Grunters" con-
tinue the Panhandle heritage
theme of Bowden's three previ-
ous books, including his novel,
Look and Tremble (Father & Son,
2000); a story collection,
Embrace an Autumnal Heart
(Father & Son, 2004), featuring
five fictional stories; and Always
the Rivers Flow, Florida Classic
Edition (Father & Son, 2002).
And the stories illustrated by the
author add fifty-five four pages
and a new foreword to the book
of Bowden's Pensacola News;
Journal columns, features and
nonfiction stories, originally a
1990 soft-cover publication sub-*
titled, "An Editor's West Florida
Essays and .Other ,Episodic
Echoes."
"We are pleased to select one
of Earle Bowden's best-selling
books expanded with four more
of his intriguing stories," Lance
Coalson, president of Father &
Son, said. "Bowden has a giant
talent for weaving unique. West
,Florida stories; the veteran.
Pensacola newspaper editor has
Snow completed four books cen-
tered on stories about the rural
Panhandle in his time of the


1930s and '40s, especially his
native region between the
Apalachicola and Chipola rivers.'
Readers with be pleased with the
originality of these four stories in
addition to the variety of his writ-
ings which Bowden describes as
'sort of a sequel' to Always the
Rivers Flow."
Three strong women in differ-
ent times confront tragic experi-
ences in three stories. Bowden
returns to fictional Ring Jaw for
"Ruby's Cafe," another dark
episode of illicit love, jealousy
and ironic death played out by
some characters first appearing
in Look and Tremble. The
drama in Ruby Barefoot's ,caf6 is
centered on a bizarre ice pick
fight; other episodic echoes
fueled the West Florida novel
and Embrace an Autumnal
Heart.
"Six Bushels of Corn" recre-
ates a 1910 triple shotgun mur-
der and the agonizing courtroom
ordeal of a strong farm woman
facing life in prison for murder
-then, haunted by the gallows
in a second trial. It's a story of
vengeance with horrific conse-
quences for a determined
widow's family.
And in "Atchafalaya" the
author chronicles the story of
Atchafalaya (Chaffal Gregory
and her first love, John Grace.
Their tragedy centers on the
storm-tossed heritage of the
Jason Gregory House during
the eighty-seven years the fabled
antebellum plantation manor
withstood floods, desecration
and the agonies of Civil War at
Ocheesee Bluff on the
Apalachicola River.
Two Ring Jaw teenagers dis-


Miss Calhoun, Liberty


County pageant date set


The 2006 Miss Calhoun
County and Niss Liberty County
Pageant will be held Saturday,
February 25, 2006, at the
Blountstown High School
Auditorium, as a doubleheader!
The deadline to enter is
Friday'. Janur,, 20. 2006.
Divisions itnlude: Little 1st"
grade: Young 2nd grade 9 yrs,;
Junior 10-12 Trs.; Teen 13-16
yrs.; Miss must be 17 yrs old by.
October 20, 2006 but not over 21
by October 20, 2006.
A meeting will be scheduled



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When Mark Martin went on one of the hottest streaks
in NASCAR to climb back Inthe inaugural Chase for
the Nextel Cup, he was declared by the fans, media
and'fellow members of he gr.iac, a iir. ;er.inir..
tal favorite to win the championship. Despite coming
ur. iui ih.jr f fihe ijha mr ari. lrtin has since said
ihai -uin reiipec:l nrorm Ir.:o' around him means
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involved and that his team will fight harder than ever
to finish in the front of the pack.
Driver's Highlights:
34 Nextel Cup victories
2004: Finished fourth in the Chase for the Nextel Cup
2002: Runner-up for NASCAR championship
1998: Runner-up for NASCAR championship
1994: Runner-up for NASCAR championship
1990: Runner-up for NASCAR championship

NASCAR plans to cut down on the number of cars
any one team can fielding Nextel Cupraces, serious-
ly impacting "superteamf" such, as Roush Racing
and Hendrick Motosports, NASCAR Chairman Bran.
France said Saturday.Owner Jack Roush currently
fields Fords for five drivers, all of whomr are in the
ongoing Chase for the Championship playoffs.
Owner Rick Hendrick fields four Ch-.-.r.:.leL full i;mer
and a fifth part time. France wouldn't specty a num-
ber but strongly indicated the "hard cap," as he called
it, would be three cars or less per team.


Banquet 400 Results Race Review
Driver Stait Finish Make Sponsor Points/Bonus Mark Martin won the Banquet 400 at Kansas Speedway
Mark Martin 19 1 Ford Viagra 190/10 on Sunday. Martin also eamed an extra five bonus points
Greg Biffle 8 2 Ford National Guard 175/5 by leading the most laps and broke a 52 race winless
Carl Edwards. 5 3 Ford Office Depot 170/5 streak. Martin became the 15th different race driver to win
'Tony Stewart 9 4 Chevrolet The Home Depot 165/5 in 2005. He climbed from ninth position to seventh position
MattKenseth 1 5 Ford .DeWalt Power Tools 160/5 in the NASCAR Nextel Cup point standings. Biffle'couldn't
Jimmie Johnson 22 6 Chevrolet' Lowe's 155/5 catch Martin In the final 18 laps and finished second. Tony
Rusty Wallace 33 7 Dodge Miller Lite 151/5 Stewart, who finished fourth, extended his Chase lead
Casey Mears 34 8 Dodge Target 142/0, from four points to 75. It was Stewart's 15th top 10-finish
Ricky Rudd 29 9 Ford Motorcraft Genuine Parts 138/0 in the last 16 races. Ryan Newman finished 2ird, but
Jeff Gordon 3 10 .Chevrolet DuPont 134/0 -remained In second position for the Chase.




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cover what they believe is a
human skull that fuels a mys-
tery of a headless body found in
Bearthick Swamp in "The Worm
Grunters." The story evolved out
of Bowden's boyhood experience
of harvesting fish bait as
described in the essay "Grunting
or Snoring."
On these pages are Southern
scenes and people, adapted from
Pensacola News Journal
columns, profiles and features.
These essays represent a
"rehearsal, of sorts," Bowden
says, for stories brought to
fuller life in his novel Look and
Tremble and story collection.
Embrace an Autumnal Heart:
changing seasons, memorable
Christmas and Thanksgiving
holidays, family gatherings, pol-
itics, vote-buying on election day,
gentle art of worm harvesting
(grunting fish bait), practical
craft of toymakers in a tiny
town, country boy town-team
baseball, and a gallery of unfor-
gettable characters and other
Small Stories from a Small Town.
Editor emeritus of the


Pensacola News Journal,
Bowden was editor-in-chief and
vice president of the newspaper
for thirty-one years (1966-1997)
in an active career spanning fifty
years in Pensacola. Since 1983
he has been a faculty associate
in the Department of
Communications at the
University of West Florida, teach-
ing journalistic writing courses
for twenty-two years.

Author of eleven books,
Bowden wrote The Write Way, An
Editor's Guidebook for Students of
Writing, a textbook used by stu-
dents in his UWF classes. The
Florida State University journal-
ism graduate collected more than
1,200 of his editorial cartoons
and illustrations in the book,
Drawing from An Editor's Life,
and co-edited The Emerald Coast
Review, an anthology published
by the West Florida Literary
Federation, which installed him
in its Hall of Honor.. In 1985,
UWF awarded Bowden as hon-
orary Doctorate of Humane
Letters.


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The County Record, OCTOBER 12,2005, Page 6
wl Em Emmow"""


District tournament begins Oct. 18


LADY WILDCAT ASHLEY ADKINS goes up for a kill in a previous match
against the BHS Lady Tigers. The Cats defeated BHS last week.


Hunters reminded of


deer, elk, moose rules
'


As fall hunting seasons get
under way, Florida wildlife offi-
cials are reminding hunters it is
illegal to bring home carcasses of
any species of the family
Cervidae (e.g. deer, elk and
moose) from 10 states and one
Canadian province where chron-
ic wasting disease (CWD) has
been detected.
The states and Canadian
province where the deadly dis-
ease has been detected are: New
Mexico, Utah, Colorado,
Wyoming, South Dakota,
Nebraska, Wisconsin, Illinois,
New York, West Virginia and
Alberta, Canada. Visit' the
United States Department of
Agriculture's Web site at
twww.aphis.usda.gov/vs/nahps/
cwd/ for the most up-to-date:
CWD coverage.
"To' date, no cases of CWD
have been found in Florida. and
we want to keep it that way," said
Deer Program coordinator Robert
Vanderhoof of the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission's Division of
Hunting and Game Management.
"Hunters can help by observing
the restrictions placed on bring-
ing carcasses in from other areas
where CWD is a-concern."
CWD, first identified in
Colorado in 1967. is a disease'


that affects the central nervous
system and is related to "mad
cow" disease in cattle and scrapie
in sheep. The disease always
proves fatal to the infected ani-
mal, but there are no known
cases of it being transmitted to
people, domestic animals or live-
stock.
Hunters still,can bring back
de-boned meat from any CWD-
affected region, as well as fin-
ished taxidermy mounts, hides,
skulls, antlers and teeth as long
as all soft tissue has been
removed.
Whole, bone-in carcasses and
Sports are permitted to be brought
back to Florida if they were har-
vested from non-affected CWD
areas.
"Officers will be on the lookout
for violations of the rules on
iimportation of animal carcasses
into the state." said Julie Jones,
Ig.ef'fof FWC's Division of Law
Enforcement.
"Our first priority is to educate
Shunters about this issue, and we
will investigate all situations
involving CWD and take appro-
priate enforcement action," she
said. "It's very important that we
keep this disease out of Florida."
For more information about
CWD, visit MyFWC.com/cwd.


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Every year about this time
people call the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Consernation
Commission (FWC). alarmed
about squirrels that seem to be
going crazy. They report that,
they've seen squirrels rolling on
the'ground, jumping in the air
and generally acting as if some-
thing was disturbing them.
But don't worry, they're not
crazy. They're likely' hosting a
parasite that causes them some
temporary, discomfort but' gener-
ally is not fatal.
"When the people call, they.
describe the squirrels' unusual
antics, as well as large lumps
that appear to be cancerous
tumors on the squirrels' bodies,"


said Mark Asleson, an- FWC
wildlife biologist. "The lumps are,
in fact, subcutaneous warbles
caused by the larvae of flies com-
monly known as bot flies."
In. the southeast United
States, gray squirrels and other
rodents, and rabbits, are com-
mon hosts to these larvae.
There is no threat to the: safe-
ty of pets or humans from the
hosts or their larvae. 'The best
thing to do if you see squirrels
exhibiting these characteristics
is simply to leave them alone and
let nature take its. course.
Eventually the larvae will emerge
and the squirrels will continue to
go about the 'business of being
squirrels," Asleson said.


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Cats


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
It was three up, three down for
the Altha Lady Wildcats as they
defeated Cottondale,
Blountstown, and Holmes
County last week.
First up was Cottondale last
Tuesday and the Cats defeated
them 7-25, 17-25, 27-25, 25-21,
15-8. Leading Altha was Joy
Capps with 12 points, four aces,
eight kills and a block. Tory
Lipford had eight points, an aces,
21 assists, and a dig. Mary
McIntosh had three points and
seven kills. Cherie Hires had five
points, three kills, and a dig.
Sylvia Bodiford provided six
points and two digs, while Ashley
Adkins offered five kills and a
block. Tiffany Betts contributed
four kills and a point. Kim
Clemons chipped in two points
and an, ace.:
The Cats took on in-county
rival Blountstown Thursday and
edged the Lady Tigers, 23-25, 25-
22, 21-25, 29-27, 15-12.
Bodiford was the clear leader for
Altha, bringing in 23 points and
an ace. Angela Byler followed
with 14 points, two kills -and 23
assists. Other leaders were
McIntosh with 12 kills and two
points; Lipford with 11 points
and two aces; Capps with nine
kills and a block; Hires with
seven points and a kill, Adkins
with five kills and a block,
Clemons with three points and
an ace; Betts with two kills; and
Brooke Lee with two points.
Last up \\as Holmes County


tame


Friday and the Cats trumped
them, 25-7, 25-11, 25-10.
Bodiford led the Cats once
again with 17 points and a pair of
aces. She was followed by
Clemons with 13 points, an ace,
and a kill; Hires with eight
points, two aces and two kills;
McIntosh with nine points, two-
aces and a kill; Capps with six
kills; Lipford with three points,
an ace, and three assists; Lee
with four points; and Byler with
two points and three assists.
"I believe the win 'over
Cottondale was the mental victo-
ry we needed to turn things
around," says Coach Mary
McClellan. "We carried that
momentum the rest of the week,
beating district rival
Blountstown and dominating
Holmes County. We are coming
together at the right time of the
season. I am very proud of the
team for fighting hard and play-
ing with a lot of heart this week."
The Lady Cats record stands
at 10-8.
In J.V. action, the Lady Cats
defeated Cottondale, 25-12, 25-
11. K.K. Beauchamp led with
,nine points, followed by Taylor
Sheltor with seven, Megan Wiltse
with six and Tammy Johnson
with five.
The J.V. Cats were edged by
Blountstown, 25-20, 12-25, 13-
15. Wiltse led the team with
seven points, followed by Kristin
Yon with five.
The Lady Cats will travel to
Wewa Thursday with game time
at 3:30 p.m. for J.V.. followed biv
varsity at 4:30 p.m. They'll host


Tigers


the district tournament Oct. 18
and 20 as the number two seed.
Blountstown is the number one
seed and Sneads falls in at num-
ber three. The Lady Cats take on


Sneads at 5 p.m. the opening
night, with the winner facing
Blountstown in the champi-
onship at 5 p.m. Oct. 20.


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The County Record, OCTOBER 12,2005, Page 7


Tigers overcome turnovers and penalties




Defeat Tampa Berkley Prep,


14-7


S The Blountstown Tigers won
for the sixth straight time this
season defeating Tampa Berkley
Prep, in Tampa, 14-7. Once
again, the Tigers dominated the
stats, but narrowly escaped with
Sthe victory. Turnovers and
penalties continue to plague the
Tigers offensively forcing the
defense to fight for their lives to
preserve the win.
.! It's not like the Tiger offense
isn't producing yards and big
plays, they're just making mis-
Stakes at the most inopportune
times. Against Berkley Prep,
SBlountstown rushed for 338
yards on 37 carries for a 9.1 yard
g average per attempt. The Tigers
Added another 86 yards thru the
air on 6 of 10 completions by
, quarterback Michael Guilford. In


most games where the offense
racks up 424 yards, the final
point production is much more
than 14.
"We continue to move the ball
well, but the mental mistakes
and turnovers really hurt," coach
Bobby Johns said Tuesday. "Our
offensive line didn't allow a sack
this week and we were able to
run the ball outside a little bet-
ter. We had over 150 yards of
offense called back by penalties."
Friday night in Tampa the
Tigers would march down the
field, then fumble. They did it
seven times, losing five. Luckily
on two occasions they were able
to hold. on to the football and
score.
Midway thru the first quarter,
T.C. Copeland raced 75 yards for


a touchdown. The PAT attempt
by Jacob Williams was blocked.
Tampa Berkley Prep answered
late in the opening period with a
25 yard touchdown pass and
extra point to take a 7-6 lead.
Arsenio Ivory broke loose for
64 yards and a touchdown early
in the fourth quarter for the
Tigers' second and final score.
Guilford connected with Greg
Meeks for two points for a 14-7
lead that would stand until the
final whistle.
The Tiger defense shut down
Tampa's rushing attack forcing
them to pass which they did
pretty well. Tampa only man-
aged 52 yards on the ground on
29 attempts, or 1.8 yards per
attempt. Thru the air, Tampa
connected, on 9 of 20 for 193
yards or 21.4 yards per comple-
tion. Tampa Berkley Prep
totalled 245 yards offensively.
'They didn't hurt us running
the ball and all but 75 yards they
gained thru the air was on screen
passes. Our defense has really



Left Photo: Arsenio Ivory (3)
and other defenders punish a
Tampa Berkley Prep running-
back,

Right Photo: Corey Silcox (34)
and the Tiger defense held
Tampa Berkley Prep to 52
yards rushing on 29 attempts
for a 1.8 yard per carry aver-
age.


played well this year."
Blountstown picked up 16
first downs while TBP managed
9. In the first half, the Tigers
held the ball for only 6:41 com-
pared to TBP's 17:19. The sec-
ond half clock was dominated by
the Tigers who controlled the ball
for 15:12 to TBP's 8:48.
At game's end, Tampa Berkley
Prep had run 49 offensive plays
while the Tigers had run 47.
The difference in the game
was the Tiger defense. Corey
Silcox and Chance Attaway each
came up with key interceptions
to stop TBP scoring drives.
Jamie Willis and Jonathan
Lockhart each caused fumbles
with Isaac Kent recovering one to
end another scoring threat.


Ryan Baker had another big
game for the Tigers leading the
defensive effort with 15 tackles
and 2 sacks. Corey Silcox had
13 tackles and the interception.
Arsenio Ivory participated in 12
tackles while Chance Attaway
and Jamie Willis were in on 11
stops each. Jonathan Lockhart
and Titus Overholt were each in
on 6 tackles.
Ivory led the Tiger rushing
attackwith 105 yards on 6 car-
ries including the 64 yard touch-
down gallop. Copeland ran the
ball 3 times for 92 yards includ-
ing the 75 yard sprint for a
touchdown. Attaway ran the ball
15 times for 59 toiiZh yards.
Guilford rushed 5 times for 50
yards. Ryan Baker had 21 yards .


on 2 carries and Jonathan
Lockhart had 17 yards on 1
attempt.
The Tigers are 6-0 and 1-0 in
district competition and continue
to be ranked number 2 in the
state Class 2B polls. The compe-
tition this season has been much
stiffer than last year, but the
Tigers continue to find a way to
win. For many, being undefeated
after facing Port St. Joe, North
Florida Christian, Vernon, Leon
and Tampa Berkley Prep is an
almost unexpected surprise.
This week the Tigers will host
Bozeman (0-6) of Southport for
homecoming at Bowles Field.
Then the Tigers will travel to
Chipley, Holmes County and
Wewa, all district opponents.


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Maybe one. day we will play to our
potential!!!!! That is the talk around
the fieldhouse at BHS everyday late-
ly.
We have a. very good football
team, but if. we are not careful, this
season is going to pass us by and.
we are going to look back and regret
the fact that we made so many mis-
takes and never really knew how
good we were.
Last season, we played some
teams that were not in the same
league as the competition we are
playing this season, but we gained
momentum from playing such domi-
nant football. Confidence is a key
ingredient to a successful football
team and we need to play extremely
well over the next four weeks to gain
momentum and confidence heading'
into the playoffs. This is a very fine
football team and I hope we begin to
correct our mistakes and play the
level of football we expect from our-
selves.
Everyone knows that most high
school football games are lost. by
one team rather than being won by
another. Most of the times, the team
that makes the fewest mistakes
wins. Well, that has not been the
case for us this year and was not the
case Friday night in Tampa.
Let's first start with the fact that
anything that could go against us
prior to the game beginning did. Not
only did our original bus break down
in Lake City and we had to wait over
two hours for a new one, but the new
one had no working air conditioner.
We were so late that the players only
had 30 minutes to eat and then load
back up on the bus with no air and
rush to the game. We get to the'
game arid there is no one to let us in
the locker room. We then have to
delay the start of the game so we
have time to get ready. Let's just say
that the odds were already against
us.
Then we take the field and fumble
seven times. We only lost.five of
those fumbles, but we continually
ruined drives with penalties and
turnovers. This has been our down-
fall and this week was no exception.
I guess We should feel lucky to be 6-
0 after the mistakes' we have made
the past few games.
Offensively, we played very well
except for the turnovers. We finished
the night with 424 yards of offense.
That is the third game in the last four
weeks we have had over 400 yards


of offense, but other than the NFC
game, we have struggled to score
points.
Arsenio and T.C. had a very good
night with 200 yards rushing
between them and both touchdowns.
Michael 'was very efficient with his
throws all night and made good deci-
sions. John Lockhart had a very nice
reception that should have set up
another' score and Chance pounded
out some very tough yards inside the
tackles. Up front, Ricky Sable had
one of his best games blocking this
year against some of the biggest
defensive linemen we will ever face.
The entire offensive line played
much better this week, we just kept
shooting ourselves in the foot.

Defensively, we played very well
except for the screen passes we
gave up for big plays. Corey Silcox
and Chance came up big with two
interception to stop drives and made
many solid tackles from their safety
spots. Throwing over the middle on
us has been hazardous for receiver's
health this year and Friday was no
exception. Ryan Baker is improving
every game and is becoming a play-
maker for us on both offense and
defense. Jamie Willis is still playing
solid football and Arsenio Ivory had
another outstanding defensive game
at linebacker making play after play
for us.
On the defensive line, Chaz
'Johns played very well as did Josh
Savell. I would also like to commend
Jerrod Waldron for coming in and
giving us a boost on the defensive
line when we needed some more
size up front. He played very well
and helped us to shut down their run-
ning game. Defensively, we are
playing on a different level this sea-
son and it is beginning to show how
much more athletic and physical this
unit is compared to years past.
Overall, we are fortunate to be 6-
0 and in the driver's seat in the dis-
trict race. We have three huge dis-
trict games left and we need every-
one at those games to give us the
edge. This is still going to be an
exciting season ahc we haven't hit
our stride yet. Once we do, look out
for the TIGERS!!!!!!!
We hope to see everyone at the
Homecoming game Friday night
against Bozeman. This is a district
game and we need everyone there
for support. Hope to see you at the
game and GO TIGERS!!!!!!I!!!!!


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S rhe County Record, OCTOBER 12,2005, Page 8


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ATHAA SCHOOL NEWS GED testing planned
Mary Sue Neves, shall be eligible to take the test if October 18, 2005. Persons
Superintendent of Schools they are 18 years of,age or older. residing outside of Calhoun


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Tnose who meet this age require-
ment and wish to take the tests
for a high school diploma must
submit an application to Greg
Jones, General Supervisor, at the
Calhoun County School Board
Office, 20859 East Central
Avenue, Room G-20,
Blountstown, Florida located in
the basement of the Calhoun
County Courthouse. This should
be done by 4:00 P.M. Tuesday,


County will nave to receive spe-
cial permission from the GED
Testing Office in Tallahassee
before they are eligible to take
the test in Calhoun County.
Please be prepared to pay the
fee for taking the tests at the time
you come fill out the application.
The costs for taking the test will
be $7.00 for each test if you wish
See GED, page 10


.(IDS OF CHARACTER: Principal Ronnie Honci is pleased to announce Altria School s Kids of Chorocter for
SptermOer They include (front row from left) Carlee Barfield, Josie Hall, Josuo BramDlett, Cy Bartori Colln
,ljears Almssa Moore Jenn, Moore (back row) Trace Williarrs. Austin Stan-il Kelsey Rehberg HOle\ Pa,'ne
aolton Purvis and Zereso Duncan Not pictured are Autumn Lee, Aubree Ano Bay, and Brooke Boggs

-FROM ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL On the first day. the students With Me' performed by the males


The PLAN Test
S On October 18, 2005, all tenth
grade students will take the
: PLAN Test. PLAN is designed to
help tenth graders prepare for
the ACT. The PLAN Test covers
the same subjects as the ACT
and scores the same way. The
PLAN Test also gives yoti an idea
if you're on track, shows" you
your strengths and weaknesses.
connects you with colleges. and
helps you find careers that com-
pliment your interests.
If you are a parent of a tenth
grader. you should talk with your
teen about the PLAN Test.
Remember, the test helps you
identiLf the skills your son or
-Maughter needs to succeed and ,
Objects that they need extra
help in.
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Folow directions, ask ques-
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Mark your answers neatly.
V. V Don't spend a lot of time on
one question; choose the best
isswer and go to the next ques-
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By: Caitlyn Bruner

,.tetson Choral Clinic
"Get up on your feet and
prtaise him!" sang the choir at
thus year's Honors Choral Clinic
S t the prestigious Stetson
university School of Music.
Altha's music director. Mrs.
S Tina Smith. took four of her stu-
S dents to attend this chorale for
"the first time. Justin McCoy.
'Sarah Shelton. Nick Hansford.
and John Baumer describe their
krip as "the experience of a life-
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participated, along \ith about
300 other students, in an intense
all day rehearsal at the First
Baptist Church on campus. The
conductor was the accomplished
Dr. Roosevelt Escalante who.
received his undergraduate
degree from Stetson in piano per-
formance. Escalante selected
three sacred and t-wo secular
pieces to be performed for the
upcoming cdnceit. That night,
following rehearsal, students
were*treated to memorable per-
formances by the Stetson
Chorale, Opera Theater. Stetson
Singers. and Concert Choir in the
histoncal Elizabeth Hall.
The following day. students
had another full day of rehearsal
before performing in the concert
that night. The entire choir sang
three sacred songs in addition to
theMLodtiaL sniigs "Qorme'Trael


and the song 'Heart We Will
Forget Him', adapted from the
poem by Emily Dickinson. per-
formed by the female members of
the choir. The last number.
"Praise Him!" was written and'
composed by Escalante himself.
and had everyone in the chapel
clapping and rejoicing on their
feet. When the concert was over,
the students were treated to a
performance by another chorus
group.
The attitude and discipline
gained by the students from their
hard work at Stetson is one that
they will definitely incorporate in
the classroom. Altha Public
School is extremely proud of the
accomplishments that its music
Department has made. This
experience is one that they will
not soon forget.
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announces that the General
Education Development test
(GED) will be given in Calhoun
County on Wednesday, October
19 and Thursday,. October 20,
2005 beginning at 1:00 P.M. each
afternoon. The test site will be
the Calhoun County .Adult-
School located between the foot-
ball field and Harveys on Charlie
Johns Street.
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STUDENTS OF THE MONTH: Principol Vicki Doais is pleased to announce the BES Students or the Mronth for
September. Tie', oare (trorn left) fourth graders Emily Bailey Andrew Bennett and Kerri Golden along 'Aith
fifth giraders Havden Jeppson. Braridon Purvis .lanna Daniels. and Thornasi McCourt


Homecoming Schedule
Homecoming week is under-
way at Blountstown High
School. The homecoming king
and queen were scheduled to be
crowned Tuesday afternoon in
the BHS auditorium (details
unavailable at press time).
Each day of the week. stu-
dents are dressing mn theme with
Camouflage Day set for Thursday
and Red and White Day Friday..
N.jlonr J I'-i-inorI- r Sr*r ':ie I !y ini-
_-e -will-take.un i~h-.EBHMFSaculty.
in a flag football game Thursday
'afternoon at. 1:45 p.m. The Lady,
Tigers. will go up against Liberty
County at LCHS later that after -
noon with J.V. at 4 p.m.. followed
by varsity at 5 p.m. CT.
The homecoming parade will
be held Fnday afternoon at 1
p.m. with lneup at noon. Anyone
who wishes to enter the parade
should call 674-5724 and leave a
message. It is important that
everyone be signed up. According
to parade rules. candy is not
allowed to be thrown at the ele-
mentary school and no students
(even if they are over 18) can
drive any type vehicles. Grand
Marshals for the parade are
Ronnie and Pam Hand.
The pre-game presentation of
the homecoming court will be at


This group of BHS choral students rE
for Stetson s Honor Chorus Clinic



BHS Class


reunion th
Unfortunately, due to limited
interest, the schedule of events
for the Blountstown High School
Class of 1995 10-year Class
Reunion has been revised. The
schedule is as follows:
Friday, October 14, BHS
Homecoming Game Tigers vs.
Dean Bozeman Learning Center.
'The Tigers are undefeated and
ranked #2 In the state (class 2B
schools). These games are


6:30 p.m. at Bowles Field. The
Tigers will take on the Bozeman
Bucks in the homecoming game
with kickoff at 7:30 p.m.


and many other imperative
points for the choir's perform-
ance.
Students were given the
chance to take a look around the


The Chipola College Health
Science Division offers training
programs for a number of health-
related careers.
The Associate Degree Nursing
(ADN) program is a 1+1 LPN to
RN curriculum. After completing
the first year of coursework, stu-
dents are eligible to take the LPN
state licensure exam. Students
are eligible to take the RN exam
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of the program. Major pre-requi-
sites for acceptance include: psy-
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algebra, English" 1101, Biology
and orientation. A.total of 80 stu-
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The LPN to RN transition pro-
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terms. Application deadline for
the next class is April 15. 2006.
Program enrollment is limited.
The EMT Emergency Medical
Technician program accepts 24
students in each of the Fall and
Spring classes. The evening pro-
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employment as EMT's to treat
various medical/trauma condi-
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is 250 clock-hours in length.
Prerequisites include: high
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Level C; FDLE background
check: and acceptable score on
the college placement test read-
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begins in February of 2006.
The Paramedic program runs
for three semesters with 24 stu-
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Only licensed Emergency
Medical Technicians are eligible.
Applcation deadline for the Fall
2006 class is July of 2006.
The Certified Nursing
Assistant (CNA) program offers
four classes per year. The next
class begins Oct. 31. Application
deadline is Oct. 26. Classes will
be held Monday through
Thursday from 8 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.
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lows: Aubrey Clemons, Tanya Cl
Savell, Anieca Hosey. Jessica
Fields. Jessica Metcalf. Adam
Richards. and Jay Sweinhart. C
Rehearsals began Friday
morning, where the students
received their music and had two
days to learn it. Saturday night. ..,'
a concert was held where they
performed three combined girls' r
and guys' pieces, one girls' piece
and one guys' piece at the First
Baptist Church in Deland.
The Chorale Choir was uider
the direction of Dr. Roosevelt
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State University. Dr. Escalante _
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: Lion President Steve Warren (left) and Drew Peacock (right) thank
'John Dunlap for a fine presentation at the Lions Club meeting.


'The Nutcracker'


to be performed


in Bristol Nov. 30

The Liberty Music and Drama
Troupe will present "The
Nutcracker" Wednesday. Nov. 30.
at 7:30 p.m. ET at the Veterans
Memorial Civic/Cultural Center
in Bristol.
Advance ticket sales are avail-
able by calling 643-9808
This event is sponsored by the
Liberty County Arts Council. the
Florida Department of State,
Division of Cultural Affairs. the
Flonda Arts Council, and the
National Endowment for the
Arts.


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The Blountstown Lions Club
held their regular meeting on
September 26, 200.5 at the'
Apalachee Restaurant in Bristol
with President Steve Warren pre-
-siding.
SHarvey Grantham opened the
meeting with a prayer and Drew
Peacock led the group in the
Pledge of Allegiance. .
Guest Speaker. John Dunlap,
SDistrict Supervisor of the'lnited
states s Department of Agriculture


Wildlife Services, shared with
those present an interesting slide
show of some of his groups
responsibilities which includes
protecting natural resources,
property, and human health and
safety from nuisance wildlife.
John's district covers North
Florida.
After a business session and a
great dinner served by the
restaurant the meeting was
adjourned.


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Legal Notice
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Ca-e No : 15-335
NMELLiE -I SHELT')Oli MAlAN DEAN SE\E-LL
\Vi-lVi TA'iYOR. ROBERT FLANDERS and
HEI-'ifi EDWARF>D BROOKS
Planurots.


LOiS 5IM15 M J PACKER BONINiE PkALLONE
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BOLDER. ard anr,, other LiNK4NOWV HERS
DEViSEE CRGV'ITEES .ASSIGNIEES LiENOFRS
CREDITOiJ RFRiS-_TEES and .ALL OTHER PAJR
TiSf CLAIMING THROUiGHi UNDER. OR
AGAINaT THE ESTATE OF JOHN BR'iri
SEWELL a 4.k.J B SEWELL
De-fenda.ri
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO ALL DEFENDANT' and and arn rer
LiriLN'OWN HEIRS DELiSEE GRAJTEES
ASSIGNEES. LiENORS CREDITI'RS
TRUilSTEE anrd ALL -.'Ti-IE_ PARTIES CLALM1NG
'THROUGH UNDER. OR AGAINlTi THE ESTATE
OF .JOHN BR'iA~T SEWtELL i.'.'a .J B SEBVELL
YOUi ARE NOTIFIED that an a cuior, p.aruon
Lhe fil',cllrn- Frpr.perr, in .iACK.' K-)N u CiLnn
Fl.-ndia.
All -:1 the NOi-Lrh Hal ul the S.tuhea.'L (Quinei i:
Seciuon 24 T-:-wnriljp 2 North. F.Range if 0 '%e
Cilhoun Counn Florida LES .AliD EXCEPT -[he
l.:lllailr,in Bet n 5it it e I, i:.rthe[it ornre- c i ihe
No:irJmicer iQuaner :,f iJIe Souuhea-r Quarter I:.
Sec:urn 24 T,,ui-.TI-ip 2 Nnr, Range 10 \vet.
ard run threni- E C3,r 52r ieei for the FPoit oi
Beginnng thence run Eait 1104 leel tr Slurat
Rad -3 trence run SoulLrr 2iO, eet[ rence nrn
Wes. I104 feet thence run Nori-h 210 leeir [:. Fic.nr
ie BegiLrin
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.,n W.il'E MEFiCER plainuffi''i- srne, *h..se
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the :.nninal iu.-h rlne clerk aof thli cour eitherr
uctore se~i e ori P'laintiffi j.crne' or iLidnediae-
I. there.aner tlherhie a i defuii will tbe entered
against Vcu for the reelie demnarded Int he com-
plaint
DATED ihl_ 3rd .a. of O.:lto-ber 2i:05
HON RLiTi-1 W ATTA\.~Y.
As Clera ol tuie Cutun
OcLoDer 12 19 2ii05


come to register and pay your
fees. All applicants need to bring
your social secunty card. and a
driver's license or picture ID
when registering. AM materials
needed for testing will be fur-
nished by the school district. For
further information call Willy
Pitts. GED Chief Examiner at
674-8661.


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Above: Calhoun County
Girl Scout Troop 579 recent-
ly collected hair brushes
ond bows for victims of
Hurricane Katrina and Rita.
The brushes and bows will
be shipped to a Girl Scout
troop in Louisiana, to be dis-
tributed to locals in need



At left: Rachel, Missy,
Claire, Brittany and Macy
from. Calhoun County Girl
Scouts Troop 579 pose with
Two Eyes the horse.


Local Girl Scouts have been
extremely busy over the past few
weeks.
The Calhoun County
Extension Office and 4-H hosted
Horse Lover's Day, for panhandle
area Girls Scouts on October 1st,
at Skeet Dayis Horse Arena.
Eighty four Girls Scouts and
their leaders from Tallahassee,
Panama City,' Perry, and
Calhoun County enjoyed learn-
ing about horses.
The girls were split into
groups where they learned the
importance of safety around
horses, grooming, how to saddle
a.horse, what foods horses liketo
eat and need to stay healthy,
horse's anatomy,' and farrier
work. In addition to having.a fun
day and meeting new friends, the
girls earned a Horse Fan badge.
In addition, Calhoun County"s
Girl Scout Troop 579 wanted to
help young victimss of Hurricane
Katrina. They decided to collect
hair brushes and bows for girls
impacted by t'he storm The
brushes and bows were shipped
to a Girl Scout troop in
Louisiana to ,be distributed to
those, in need.
Gifrl Sout Troop 579 will meet
on the flbo\ving Tuesdays at the
W.T. Neal Chiic Center:, ..
October 1 Ith
SOctober 25th :
SNovember 8th ,
November 15th (3rd' Tues.
due to Thanksgi\ing)
December 6th
SDecember 13th (1st & 2nd
Tues due to Christmas)
For more information, contact
Gidget Thomas. Troop 579
Volunteer.



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Deadline for


'Monday at Noon,


Jessica Bowden from the'Calhoun County Extension Office earns
her honorary Girl Scout badge.


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Foundation announced today entries is Saturday, January"7,
that the 2006, John F. Kennedy 2006.


Profile in Courage Essay Contest
is now open 'and accepting sub-
missions fiom U.S. high school
students, enrolled in grades nine.


Students and teachers nma
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SMonday Noon


Fax: 6 74-5008
classfieds@thecountyrecord.netail:
classifiedsethecountyrecord.net


:CARS AND TRUCKS
1- 1989 Chevrolet 2500, 4x4, 350 engine,
LWyVB, 16' wheels and tires, $1500. Call
,-374-4725 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
S1997 Ford Expedition, Eddie Bauer,
-']ather, sunroof, 4 WD, loaded, $8500.
Call 593-3350 or 573-1920.
S1999 Ford Contour, new tires, runs,
Jit needs timing belt, $750. Call 674-
4'212 or 447-0129.
-: 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis, 1
,O.wner, 71,000 miles, new tires, asking
$9,500. Call 674-3070.
- 1994 Honda Accord, 2 dr., 5 spd.,
-alarm and keyless entry, tinted windows
c:

HELP WANTED
BLOUNTSTOWN AREA
Drivers with C.D.L.
Class A or B
Roll-Off Trucks
Experienced Heavy
SEquipment 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


and 16" chrome wheels. Asking $4,000,
negotiable. Call 674-3866.
2000 F-150 Lariat, extended cab,
loaded, 6 disc CD changer, approx.
105,000 miles, asking $14,000, nego-
tiable. Call 643-8054.

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 674-4011.


PARTHENON
HEALTHCARE OF
BLOUNTSTOWN
Has openings for the
following positions:

RN MDS Coordinator
$5000.00 Sign on Bonus

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

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

Contact Angela Hewett
at (850)674-5464 for
more information.
Oct. 12,200S


POSITION AVAILABLE


The City of Blountstown Police
Department is seeking applicants to fill
one (1) full-time police officer position.
Applications may be obtained from the ,, ;
police department, at 20580 Central
Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424.

Applicants must be certified in Police
.Standards and must meet all requirements
of the Criminal Justice Standards and
Training Commission.

Applications will be accepted from October
12, 2005 to October 26, 2005.

The City of Blountstown is an Equal Opportunity
SEmployer and is a Drug Free Workplace.
Oct. 12,19, 2005


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SLocation Conrora,. fr C
Banking/Turns: 24 degrees
SDistance: 1.5 miles
Shape: Quad-oval
SLast Year's Winner: Jimmie Johnson
SQualifying Record: Ryan Newman 192.988 in 2005
Race Record: Jeff Gordon 160.306 in 1999
Race Time 7pmrr ET l,.r 15t,

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Turner, made the announcement that the first event would be
S600 miles in length. Today, it is the largest sports facility in the
Southeast and has over 167,000 permanent seats, including
12 I executive suites, and capacity for nearly 50,000 spectators
Sin the ;r.,l.I area The speedway was the first superspeedway
Sto -o;I r,1n ia:,na in 1992. The inner perimeter road around
* Lowe's Motor Speedway is named in honor of three-time
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series.champion Darrell Waltrip.


Driver
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2R,,ar. Ir IkonOrn
4, u% '.i, iI
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Points
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559'
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2005 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Martin Truex, Jr.' 4206
2) Clint Bowyer -4157
3) Reed Sorenson 3955
4) Carl Edwards 3820
5) Denny Hamlin 3623
6) Kenny Wallace 3574
7) Paul Menard 3385
8) David Green 3311
9) Greg Biffle 3300 -
.10i J.si,:.n Keller 3256


What year was the first NASCAR
sponsored race?
a),1945
b) 1946
c) 1947
d) 1948

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Small 1 bdr., 1 bath house on 1/2 acre
lot 3 miles north on Hwy. 69. Recently
remodeled. Clean. $400 deposit, $375
month.
RV lots for rent. RV campers for sale,
lease and or rent to own. $75 and $85
weekly. 2 locations. Call 674-7616.

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 Software.
Call Russell A. Peterson at (850) 674-
2958, 17785 Crozier St., Blountstown. E-
mail: russellp@digitalExpt.Com.

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.fac-
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.

NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, in unopened plastic. Must
sell, $125. 850-545-7112.
NEW Brand Name King Mattress Set,
$250, in factory plastic, warranty. 850-
425-8374.



DENTAL

HYGIENIST
Part time. Send resume to
P.O. Box 10, Bristol, FL
32321 or call
850-543-5417.
Florida License required.


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-
(Monday-Saturday 9AM-
4PM) at:
Ramsey's Piggly Wiggly
20118 W. Central Ave.
Blountstown, FL
ot. 5,12.19. 2005


Biography:
VVhn IlarI M anr .eoni *n rn or- i i one i r,.rel lrcii.
in rjuSCi iP .. Cirmr el ir. In Irnjauur.,l Cha,.- Ior
lr, eetei Cup Ir .j 1 Crti y1 a3d y', te l an-.. rr.edila
r.ad Il rrie,,me .Br-. ,-r0 iLre g ragar -. Il', r,.erilr-.e r..
1.5l 13 :,lrile 1. ..i,.,r, ir, i:.rrpno,-,.nlr. e-p la c.n-rin
uD lusl ano.n i:.I n irj I m.,r 1.13rnir har inr,.:-e A .
1h.31 such re.:Ei l frcrr, t h.:. a rouna nrar, rr nA
more Inan any tropny ever could. Martin nas name
the 2005 season his 'Salute To You" Tour. In an effort
to thank all of those that he feels are responsible for
ir, c.ppnun.rr, rnal r, has been afforded, Martin
.-",' thai ire Saiuli will be a special year for all
involved and that his team will fight harder than ever
%, frn.s, thr. trort ,at he p ,.:.
Driver's Highlights:
34 Nextel Cup victories
21I.1: Fir.l'nie ic.unhrn er, i r e ifo .r ira I Irllel Cup
200',2 Iunn.r.rp irr l"4':.R ,:r r,3mpir,:rp
19968 Runner-up for NASCAR championship
1994: Runner-up for NASCAR championship
1990: Runner-up for NASCAR championship

iASC'CP p!ans to cut down on the number of cars
any one team can field in Nextel Cup races, serious-
,rr.pr:ing uren.c-n.rr -Su'r 2a: R.,un Ra.:rn
anr, HerarnI' Mrdoli-r :,n" rJAS,,: R CnSRCrnT, n Bran
rarnc.e ajl Salrd.a O r*., Jac, Rc.J:r. curre-il- ,
fields Fords for five drivers, all of whom are in the
ongoing Chase for the Champiorship playoffs.
Owner Rick Hendrick fields four Chevrolets full time
and a fifth part time. France wouldn't specify a num-
ber but strongly indicated the "hard cap," as he called
it, would be three cars or less per team.


NEW BEDROQM SET: Beautiful cher-
ry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King
sleigh bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 night-
stands. Sug. list, $4600, sell-$1650.
850-545-7112.

New leather sofa and loveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-2113.

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

GE dishwasher, hot start setting, dry-
ing timer, 3 cycles, and is 4 yrs. old:
Asking $75. Runs great. Call 674-7522.
(2) high chairs, $5 ea.; toddler car set
up to 40 pound weight excellent condi-
tion, $10. Call 67--8320.


HELP WANTED

DRIVERS:
Be HOME often!
Dedicated Drivers needed
For Hosford, FL
(.37 empty/.38 loaded)
Health/Life/Dental401 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 first year. 60% of
our drivers get home nightly/weekly. 15-
day CDL training available in your area.
Call today 1-866-280-5309.

HOME FOR SALE
2400 heated sq h /2900 covered sq ft
-.Orck nome for sale 4 -,r 2 bath huge
kitchen 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.,
Blountstown. For details call 850-674-
7833 or 850-643-6961, ask for Lea.

LIVESTOCK
Female pony. Call 674-6142.

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


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LOST: White male dog *ith black and
brown spots.. Looks like a bigger version
of a Jack Russell Terrier and/or hunting
dog. Answers to the name of Domino.
He is not wearing a collar. Lost in the
vicinity of Roy Golden Road and Charlie
Johns area. Please call 674-1077 and
we'll come get himr

PETS FOR SALE
Bulldog puppies. Mother is American
Red Pit, father is Cobie & Garver. 2
females, 1 male. Both parents on prem-
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CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD 0O
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
SEPTEMBER 20, 2005
PRESENT AND ACTING:
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN
EARL HUNT, VICE CHAIRMAN
DANNY RAY WISE
JIM PICKRON
JERAL HALL, SR.
TONY PHINNEY, DEPUTY
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
JANICE HOLLEY, DEPUTY
CLERK
The meeting was called t
order by Deputy Phinney, wit
prayer and pledge of allegianc
led by Commissioner Pickron.
PLANNING COMMISSION
The Planning Commission me
at 4:00 P.M. with the following
motions requiring action by th
Board.
1. James Dykes and Nextf
Communications Tower. Table
for review.
2. Tri State Land an
Timber Subdivision Preliminar
Plat. Motion carried 5-0.
3. Jeff O'Bryan "After th
Fact" Minor Subdivision. Motion
carried 5-0 not to approve th
subdivision.
4. Newsome Subdivisiol
Preliminary Plat. Motion carried
5-0 to table for review.
MAXIE WALDORFF, IDA
BOARD
Mr. Waldorff updated th
Board on the activities at the Ag
Park. He stated that ATS signed
the lease with the County. H
stated that L-3 is paying
monthly fee to keep the mainte
nance hanger at the Ag-Par]
until the Government contract i
approved in October.
Commissioner Hunt asked Mr
Waldorff for a list of people tha
are now occupying the hangers
He and Commissioner Wise stat
ed that they would like fo


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is named hospice


F Calhoun County people to have
priority over out of County peo-
ple.
Mr. Waldoiff presented to the
Board a User Survey for Airport
Improvements and Runway
N Length Needs prepared for
N Calhoun County.
KEITH McCARRON
Keith McCarron with the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Commission discussed with the
Y Board the Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) 5-year
work program.
o
h DORIS TRAYLOR, KEEP CAL-
e HOUN COUNTY BEAUTIFUL
Ms. Traylor thanked the
Board and Clerk Attaway for cov-
ering their organization, Keep
at Calhoun County Beautiful under
g the county's liability insurance
e policy.
She stated that they have
el secured 12 trash receptacles
d located at the Courthouse, ten
trash receptacles located at Sam
d Adkins Park, and four. trash
y receptacles at the Altha Town
Park. They also promote a proj-
e ect which maintains ten canoes
n that are available through the
e County Extension Office.
Ms. Traylor stated that she
n hopes the Board will allow them
d to benefit from the Pine Straw at
Sam Adkins Park.
CLERK ATTAWAY
Clerk Attaway presented to
e the Board for approval and exe-
-cution the 2005-2006 Criminal
d Justice Grant for $94,176.00.
e After discussion, a motion was
a made by Commissioner Hunt,
-seconded by Commissioner
k Pickron and carried to approve
s and execute said, grant ,-
Clerk Attaway. presented to
.the Board for approval ahd exe-
.t cution the 2005-2006 State Aid
3. Library grant. After discussion,
- a motion ,was .made by
r Commissioner Hunt, seconded

Retirement party

Saturday in honor

of Anita Gouge
Anita Gouge is retiring from
nursing and a retirement party is
I planned in her honor.
The event is set for Saturday,
Qct._ 15, .from .3 ,to.5 p.m. CT at
the Bristol First Baptist Church.
All family. friends, and co-
workers are invited to attend and
help celebrate this special occa-
sion.


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Christy. Bloechl, Community
Educator for Covenant Hospice
in Mariaina was named
Employee of the/ Month for
October 2005.
Christy consistently works
hard to create awareness of
Covenant Hospice and to educate
citizens about hospice services in
Jackson, Holmes, Washington
and Calhoun counties. You can
be sure to see her at practically
every event in Marianna and sur-
rounding towns.
Her unsurpassed dedication
to Covenant Hospice and to
patients and fanulies, displays
her true love for what she does.
Always with a smile and a kind
word to say, Christy is willing to
help in any way that she can.


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October 8, at 8:30 a.m. to plant
the amaryllis bulbs at the Yon
House.
FLASH: Mary Alice Minnick
won a Blue Ribbon or her entry
in the Panama City's .Garden
Club Show-October 3rd call
"Fruitful Harvest," she had
arranged fruits and flowers ina
cast iron, footed container. She
used various shades of deep and
light red plus apples and plums.
You really had to see it to appre-
ciate it. It was beautiful!
The next. meeting will be
Monday. November 7, at the
Extension Building.





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by Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve and execute said
grant.
Clerk Attaway presented to
the Board for approval and exe-
cution the 2005-2006 Calhoun
County Health Department grant
for $34,250.00. After discussion,
a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve and execute said
grant.
Clerk Attaway presented to
the Board for approval and exe-
cution the Agreement with the
Department of Community
Affairs (DCA), the State
Homeland Security Grant for
planning, training and exercise
for $31,055.00. After discussion,
a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve and execute said
agreement.
The September 6, 2006 min-
utes were approved as amended.
The September 6, 2005 Public
Hearing minutes were approved
as presented.
The September 19, 2005
Public Hearing minutes were
approved as presented.
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Commissioner Hunt discussed
with the Board collecting
Revenue from Cell Towers in the
County.Commissioner Hunt stat-
ed he would like to know who to
contact to open the Buddy
Clemmons Road that was closed
in a previous Board Meeting.
COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise discussed
with the Board stray dogs in the
County.
Commissioner Wise discussed
the possibility of accepting the
one year lease agreement for
Jehue Landing from the
Leonard's that was presented in
the September 6,2005 Board
meeting. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Wise, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and carried
to accept the lease agreement if
the County's liability insurance
would cover the boat ramp.
Commissioner Grant abstained
from voting as he is employed
with Neal Land and Timber.
There being no further busi-
ness, the board did adjourn.
ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN


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Calhoun County has enacted a fair housing
ordinance that supports the state and federal fair
housing laws. It is illegal to discriminate in the
sale, lease, financing or advertising of housing if
the discrimination is based upon race, color,
religion, national origin, gender, family status,
disability or age. There are some exceptions to
these laws, such as housing or elderly residents
in certain circumstances, or religious
organizations providing housing for members.

If you believe you may have been illegally
discriminated against, or if you wish to receive
additional information, you may call the HUD
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Great Gas Mileage, #7125001 ............. ,9 Leather and Loaded, #6934002 .... 1,4 Z-71, 4x4, LT Pkg., #7082001 .... 18
01 BUICK LESABRE CUSTOM 9 968 03 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER 16 98 03 CHEVY TAHOE LS
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04 SATURN L300 211 468 02 CADILLA DEVILLE 17 98 02 CHEVY TAHOELS 4x4 21.
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SMeeting planned Oct. 20


Teams needed for


next 'Relay For Life'


Walkers, cancer survivors
(anyone who has ever been diag-
hosed with cancer), community
leaders, team captains and hard
workers are all needed to make
the American Cancer Society
Relay For Life a reality in
Blountstown and Bristol.
Volunteer committee meeting for
the American Cancer Society
Relay for Life will be held on
October 20th at 6:30 p.m. (EST)
at Veteran's Memorial Civic
Center to begin planning the
event designed to raise funds and
awareness of the fight, against
cancer in Calhoun/Liberty coun-
ties.
Relay For Life is a unique
fundraising event that allows
participants from all walks of life
Including patients, medical
support staff, corporations, civic
organizations, churches and
community volunteers to join
together in the fight against can-
cer. Relay For Life. is a team
'event where participants walk
S around a track relay style
S- ernight. Teams of cancer fight-
ing enthusiasts will gather at
Liberty High School Football
Field, May 5-6, 2006 to show
-their support and dedication.
Volunteers from the Calhoun and
S Liberty counties are needed to


begin planning now for this
event.
"Relay For Life is as much an
awareness raiser about the
progress against cancer as it is a
fund raiser," said Christine
Davidson, (Community
Representative for American
Cancer Society). "Individuals
who are willing to give their time
and energy to this exciting event
as a volunteer or participant,
have made a commitment to fight
back against the disease and let
the community know that you
can beat cancer."
Volunteers are needed to
organize and recruit teams: seek
community support; and under-
write, coordinate logistics, find
refreshments and prizes, plan
entertainment, and lend their
support in any way. If you
would like to join the Relay For
Life in Calhoun/Liberty Counties
as a volunteer or team partici-
pant, call the American Cancer
Society at 866-785-9205 ext.
110.
The American Cancer Society
is the nationwide community-
based voluntary health organiza-
tion dedicated to eliminating
cancer as a major health problem
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colleagues in the Florida delega-
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concern. over the
e.terson/Abercrombie amend-.
ment that would lift the presi-
dential and congressional mdra-
toria on natural gas production
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The Peterson/Abeercrombie
amendment was included in the
National Energy Supply
Diversification and Disruption
Prevention Act, which was
recently passed by the House
Resources Committee.
S"Drilling off our coasts would
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the broader environment," said

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::A body found Friday in the
Apalachlcola River near
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fied as a Grand Ridge man miss-
Sihg since Wednesday when he
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Florida Fish and Wildlife
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riman alerted officers at about
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body in the river near the
Jackson County Port Authority
boat landing. Although there was
no identification on the body,
pplewhite said it was believed to
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Coile. The body was released to
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later found at the Chattahoochee
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Congressman Boyd.
Additionally. offshore drilling in
the Gulf of Nlexico poses a risk to
our nation's military readiness
by placing severe restrictions on'
the ability of the Air Force and
the Navy to train in airspace
zones and naval zones in. the
gulf. Most Floridians under-
stand that drilling in spectac lar
natural places is a dangerous
and unwise practice, and I stand'
:by this belief."
The Peterson/Abercrombie
amendment would immediately
end thie 25-year bipartisan con-
gressional OCS moratorium
nationwide and open waters, off
Florida's coast to natural gas
production. Congressman Boyd
joins other members of the
Flonda delegation in sending a
letter to the Chairman of the
House 'Resources Committee.
Congressman Richard Pombo (R-
CA), expressing their grave con-
cerns with the Peterson/
Abercrombie amendment.,
"Floridians should feel confi-
dent thatfno oil rig or gas pipeline
is sited off our shores without
our consent," Boyd .stated. "The
people of Florida are steadfast in
their desire to maintain the off-
shore drilling moratorium. The
Peterson/Abercrombie amend-,
ment directly contradicts with-
the widespreadd belief that drilling
off our coastlines would be dev-
astating for Florida, and I will
work with my colleagues in
Congress to make sure that this
amendment is not included in
the energy bill."


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