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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 2005
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2005 N 99th Year, No. 10 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 0 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME



Stakeout



leads to



cocaine



arrest
'BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
When Boyd Street residents
complained about drug activity
*in their neighborhood, the
.Blountstown Police Department
responded, resulting in the
arrest of a suspected cocaine
dealer Friday night.
Delandon O'Neal Reed. 19.
was charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell.
According to the BPD. citizens
residing in and around a Boyd
Street apartment complex had
reported drug activity and
requested officers investigate. In
response. BPD Officers David
Creamer and Juett Melvin con-
ducted surveillance in the area
and spotted a black male. later
identified as Reed. standing on
the corner of the Boyd Street
complex wearing a thick black
jacket. Whenever he spotted a
marked police car. the man con-
sistently retreated into the apart-
See DRUG ARREST, page 5


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several sentenced in court


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Jury selection will begin
Monday for three trials sched-
uled in Calhoun County.
Angela \anna Howard,
charged with concealing a child
contrary to a court order and
child neglect is set for trial Nov.
14. Jacquelyn Marie Grant is
also scheduled to go on trial
next week on charges of forgery
of private labels S1000 or more
and petit theft. In addition,
Henry Fain is set for trial on
charges of sale of cocaine and
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell or delivery.
In court last Wednesday.
Circuit Judge Hentz McClellan
handled several cases includ-
ing the following:
Jamie Dawson. "charged
with sexual battery last month.
appeared before Judge
McClellan and had his bond set
at S50.000.
Clayton Beugnot. charged
with burglary of a structure.
was sentenced to two years
community control. followed by
two years probation.
Ronzell Brown, charged
with grand theft auto and DLI.
was sentenced to three years
probation.
m William Ernest Garrett.
charged with principle in the
first degree to sale of cocaine.
was sentenced to five years
probation.
Darryl Lee Gaudette.
charged with possession 'of
methamphetamine and less
than 20 grams of marijuana.
was sentenced to three years
probation.
Stephen Byrd Hobby.
charged with possession of
more than 20 grams of
cannabis, drug paraphernalia.
resisting arrest with violence.
and contributing to the delin-
quency of a minor, was sen-
tenced to one year community
control followed by four ears


probation.
SThomas Gray Hopkins III.
charged with issuing a worth-
less check under S150. \'as
sentenced to six months proba-
tion.
Billy Ray Ivory, charged
with driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, was sen-
tenced to six months commu-
nity control, followed by two
and a half years probation.
Janie Brenton McCardle,
charged with shooting into an
occupied dwelling and criminal
mischief, was sentenced to five
years probation.
Johnny Lane McLendon,
charged with trespassing at an
occupied structure or con-
veyance. was sentenced to mis-
demeanor probation.
Otis Lee Penn\ywell, Jr..


charged %with aggravated fleeing
and attempting to elude an offi-
cer. reckless driving and
obstructing an officer without
violence. was sentenced to six
years probation.
Ruby Lee Phillips. charged
with DUI and possession of a
controlled substance, was sen-
tenced to one year probation.
James Waylon Porter.
charged with fleeing and
attempting to elude an officer.
obstructing an officer' without
violence, possession of meth.
driving while license was sus-
pended or revoked, and reck-
less driving, was sentenced to
four years in state prison.
Adam Jesse Smith.
-charged with possession of
meth. was sentenced to three
years probation.
Angela Kay Tindall,


charged with possession of
methamphetamine. a prescrip-
tion drug without a prescrip-
tion. and drug paraphernalia.
along with driving while license
suspended or revoked and driv-
ing an unregistered motor vehi-
cle. was sentenced to one year
community control, followed by
two years probation.
Shawnte M. Thurman.
charged with felony battery.
w'as sentenced to five years
probation.
Marcus Ke\in Tyus.
charged with misdemeanor
battery, was sentenced to one
year probation.
James Verland White,
charged with violating his pro-
bation and driving while his
license was suspended or
revoked, was sentenced to 24
months in state prison.


HONORING THOSE WHO SERVED


Veterans Day events planned


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A variety of events are being
planned around the communi-
ty on Veterans Day Friday to
honor those who have served
our country.
Several local schools will be
hosting programs. Altha
School's program \\ill begin at
8 a.m. featuring a video salute
to veterans. BHS will honor vet-
erans at 8:45 a.m. in the school
auditorium. BMS will host their
Veterans Day assembly at 9
a.m. with a reception to follow.
An exhibit is on display at BMS
featuring military memorabilia
from service members. LCHS
will host a program at 11 a.m.
EST.
Ladies from the American
Legion Post 272 Women's
Auxiliary will be holding their


annual \isit with the vets at
local nursing homes. They will
be at Parthenon Health &
Rehab at 10 a.m. and at
Blountstowni Health & Rehab


at 2 p.m.
All area veterans are invited
to attend these local events and
be recognized.


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After being named district champs for
the third straight year, the Blountstown
Tiger.football team achieved another
goal Friday night; finishing the regular
season-with a perfect record of 10 wins
and no. losses- 1 wihs counting the
Kickoff Classic against.Liberty.County. The
Tigers defeated the Wewa Gators, 28-0.
At left. Tiger Titus Overholt goes head and
shoulders above a.Gator to receive'a
pass, Thefirst round.of the playoffs is, set.
for Friday night at Bowles Field when the
Tigers go up agalnst South Walton;'Kick6ff :
is tt 7:30 pri. Make plans b be there too I
cheer the:Tigers on as they continue their 'i
journey. with their sights set on"firfishing: -
the ride." For more highlights of Tiger fo6t-.
ball, turn to page 7.


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ATTRACTING TRAVELERS


Agencies


join forces


to promote


eco-touris
BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
Chamber Staff Assistant
On November 1st. the
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce. Panhrandle Pioneer
Settlement. \ISIT FLORIDA. and
Florida Trail Association co-
sponsored a dinner to discuss
"Toturism DollarS for Calhoun
County."
V\icki Montford, Chamber
President. welcomed the group of
speakers. local elected officials.
cixic leaders, and the Chamber's
Board of Directors.
House Representative Marti
Coley opened the presentaUons,
expressing her interest in con-
tributing to the welfare of her
hometown area. Florida Senator
Alfred "Al" Lawson, Jr. related an
entertaining story about attract-
ing college students to
Tallahassee in the early part of.
his career.
Bobby Clark. Chairman of the
Chamber Committee. "Inspire
Pride and Enhance Image."
urged guests to work together to.
promote Calhoun County
through eco-tourism.
Linda Smith related the histo-
ry of the Panhandle Pioneer
Sett-le,-ment Willard Smith trilked
about how visitors to the
Settlement were already using
the nature trails and bringing
money into the county.
Rick Marcum, Executive
Director of Opportunity Florida.
moderated the presentations and
spoke about how his agency
could help Calhoun County with
eco-tourism and other concerns
through their responsibility for
the 6-county region (which
includes Calhoun County).
Elam Stoltzfus. Live Oak
Production Group. gave a sneak
preview of his recent work.
"Apalachicola River: An
American Treasure Film
Documentary" beautiful pic-
tures of the never. sunsets. etc.
He explained how his documen-
tary may attract visitors to this
area.
Kerri Post, Director of New
Product Marketing of \VSIT
FLORIDA. explained that almost
half of Florida's counties (33) are
rural and how her agency is
introducing tourism into rural
counties through "New Product
Marketing:" that the public is
very interested in historical, cul-
tural, and nature based acti\i-
ties; advantages which rural
counties may take for granted.
She also briefly discussed grants
and programs that VISIT FLORI-
DA offers to assist in eco-
tourism. VISIT FLORIDA web
See TOURISM, page 11



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The County Record, NOVEMBER 9, 2005, Page 2


SEvents Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Letter to the Editor:
: First, I would like to say
thanks to all the staff for putting
together a wonderful paper each
: eek. It's nice to be able to stay
connected to the community
where I grew-up as a child.
S My name is David Borders: I
: attended school in Blountstown
up to the 11th grade then pro-
ceeded on to Grand Ridge, H.S.
and graduated in 1984. My par-
ents, Rev. Sammy J. Peterson
-and Missionary Martha Peterson
Presently reside in the communi-
ty of Hugh Creek as well as my
sisters, nieces and nephews.
I am a member of the Armed
Forces (U. S. Marines) for what
-has now been 21 years and look-
:ing forward to retiring September
30th next year. I wish that I
could be home for the honoring
of the Veterans.
SI would like to express to the
!- i young men and women in high
school that serving your country
is a good thing, not to mention it
truly builds character..

Semper Fidelis -
Always Faithful
Gunnery Sergeant
David B. Borders
MCSFCO Naval Base Kitsap
SSil~verdale, WA 98315


Dear Editor,
Pending any miracles from
"9+" Calhoun County
Commissioners: another lawsuit
is about to descend upon US tax-
payers. Once again all God's
Elements (Constitution, common
sense, logic-etc) are being
pushed up hill. I predict all bets
will remain off until moral (con-
stitutional) issues and discus-
sions will be put back into the
fabric of our local government-
church lifestyles.
Today it's the "lost" city-coun-
ty drainage ditch splits Mike and
Cathy Willis's backyard (Chipola
Rd. South of Highway 20). Their
property is located in the county
who refuses to make repairs even
though their own survey and
easement states: "Board of
County Commissioners agrees to
build Egress & Ingress facility to
connect Southeast and
Southwest portions of property!"
My research shows the loser
pays for such lawsuits, therefore
it's difficult' to fault a concerned
citizens hiring a lawyer, especial-
ly one who has apparently "won"
before against the County.
Costly conflicts-of-interest,
lawsuits, questionable un-

See LETTERS, page 12


Mom in child custody)

case arrested again;

grandmother charge(

A woman who has been in 1
news several times over the p.
year due to child custody issue
was arrested last week for failing
appear in court and violation
probation. In addition, both s
and her mother were charged w
resisting arrest.
Angela Vanna Howard, 26, a
Dorothy H. Smith, 53, were takF
into custody Nov. 2.
According to the Calho
County Sheriffs Office; Dep. Ed(
Dalton went to Howard's reside
next door to her mother's hou
around 10:30 a.m. to pick Ang
up on an arrest warrant. DE
Dalton called Maj. Roman Wood
minutes later and advised he h
asked to have Angela come outs:
so she wouldn't be arrested in fr(
of her children. When she did
respond, 'Dorothy said she wou
go talk with her daughter to see
she would come outside.
Maj. Wood responded at t
scene and, as he stepped out of]
'vehicle and began walking towa
the back of Angela's home,
heard a door slam. Dep. Dalt
advised that Dorothy told h
Angela had run out the back do
Maj. Wood went up the back ste
and peered through a small ar
next to a window air condition
and heard Angela in a soft vo:
telling her son to go back in the 1
ing room with her mother.
Maj. Wood heard Dorothy insi
on the phone and told her he kn
Angela was in the house. Dorot
reportedly stated she would let h
in if he had the warrant. Maj. Wo
contacted Inv. Michael Bryant a
had him bring a copy of the wi
rant to the home. While Inv. Brya
was en route, Maj. Wood to
Dorothy that Angela should coi
out and turn herself in. Dorot
insisted that Angela was not the
but had ran out the back door.-
After Inv. Bryant arrived w
the warrant, Dorothy still refus
to allow them to enter the houE
She then went to the rear of t
home and reportedly asked Angi
to come outside so her child woi
not see her get arrested, but Angc
failed to do so. Dorothy returned
the front of the house and stood
the door with a small chain holdi
it closed. She continued to refi.
entry to the officers. and Maj. Wo
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S advised he was coming in and she
should back up. He then pushed
the door and the trim around it
gave way, allowing him to enter.
Angela was found hiding behind a
dryer.
Both women were booked into
he the Calhoun County Jail. Smith
as was released the following day.
es Howard was released Nov. 5.
to Howard is scheduled to go on trial
of Monday for concealing a child con-
the trary to a court order and child
t neglect.


enn Man charged with

un unemployment comp
ace fraud, resisting arrest
ise
ela Lester A. McClendon, 40, of
ep. Blountstown, was arrested Sunday
15 for unemployment compensation
ad fraud and resisting arrest without
ide violence.
)nt According to the Calhoun
n't County Sheriffs Office, a warrant
uld was issued alleging: McClendon
Sif filed for unemployment compensa-
tion back in January when he was
he actually drawing a salary from a
his dredging company.
rd Just after 9:30 a.m., Dep. Eddie
he Dalton went to McClendon's resi-
ton dence to serve the warrant. When
im he drove up. he spotted McClendon
or. and another man walking out of
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unemployment compensation
fraud and McClendon bolted
toward a wooded area behind his
home.
Dep. Dalton pursued
McClendon on foot, then called for
backup assistance after falling in
thick brush. Dep. Chris Porter
arrived at the scene with K-9 Asco
and they began tracking


McClendon. A short time later
while they were still searching, Sgt.:
Mark Mallory advised McClendori
had turned himself in at the coun-'"
ty jail.
McClendon remained in custody;
at press time.

See CRIME REPORT, page I1d


IN 0 V E IM E R 11

The Diamond Corrnerjoins allAmericans in
honoring the members or our armed forces who
keep this nation going strong, and pay tribute to
the memory of those who have helped defend
democracy around the world.


Oct. 31: James Hyatt, violation of state probation; Vicki Ann Layfield, DUI refusal,
possession of drug paraphernalia
Nov. 1: Angel Carrizel, failure to appear in court; Philip Rohls, holding for
Hillsborough Co.; Ramon Morales, holding for Hillsborough Co.;. Tony Hunter,
holding for Hillsborough Co.; Brian McCoy, holding for'Hillsborough Co.; Norman
Williams, violation of state probation; Joshua Ryan Best, battery, failure to appear
in court; James V. White, violation of probation
Nov. 2: Patrick Moore, violation of probation; Dorothy H. Smith, resisting arrest
without violence; Angela Howard, failure to appear in court, violation of proba-
tion/Bay Co., resisting arrest without violence; William McCranie, possession of
drug paraphernalia
Nov. 3: Tracey Stacey, violation of conditional release; Edward Hall, violation of
probation; Fiansico Aguiler, petit theft, no valid tag; Jon Pippen, lewd and lascivi-
ous acts, two counts interference with custody
Nov. 5: Delandon Reed, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute; Jeffery
Barfield, possession of alcohol under 21; Jared Lipford, possession of alcohol
under 21; Gerardo Sanchez, no valid drivers license; Stephen Nagy, Jr., trespass-
ing; Addison Odeneal, trespassing
Nov. 6: Lester McClendon, resisting arrest without violence; unemployment com-
pensation fraud
Nov. 7: Christine Hanna, failure to appear in court

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


Edward, Williams wed;

will renew vows Dec. 17
Doug and Flor Edwards ly employed with Quincy Farm
and Joe and Kim Milligan in the maintenance depart-
would like to announce the ment.
marriage of their daughter, A ceremony, will be held at
Kyndal Denton Edwards to 6:00 p.m. on December 17.
Joshua Clay Williams.. They 2005 at the W.T. Neal C'ic
were married on September Center for the couple to renew
20. 2005 by Rev. Tom their vows. A reception will be
Stallworth. held immediately following the
Kyndal is a 2005 graduate ceremony.
of Blountstown High School No local invitations will be
and will be attending Chipola sent. but all family and friends
College next fall. Josh gradu- of the couple are invited to
ated from Blountstown High attend the ceremony and
School in 1999 and is current- reception.


Dykes to mark 50th anniversary
.Jamnes and Avis Dykes will cel- Aelon. and two greats- Wilson
Sebrate their 50th ,unniversary on and Addisvn.
November 23 2005 The\ were \Ve invite 11 friends and fami-
1 7 l.Lni- d jir N2V. 'ni["I" 24. l'i:1'i i' Lu I1'1i-I t.ili u- .a L ii ua :I-I
They aethe parents o vo member 23. at CkiuxT1ille
children, Janet and Tommy, Baptist Church Fellowship Hall
Seven grandchildren: Jed. Zach. on Demont Road in Clarksville
Tyler. Adam. Reid. Spencer and from 4 to 7 p.m. No gifts please.


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Blountstown Office: 17394 NW Charlie Johns St., Blountstown, FL \ 674-4527
Bristol Office: 10640 NW Main St., Bristol, FL 643-5751

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Ceremony November 19 at RiverTown Community Church

Fosman, Brown will exchange vows
The children, Mikayla and and Coy (Jackie) Brown of Grand
Drake Brown, along with the Ridge. Maternal grandparents
bride and groom's parents, are are Dorothy and Floyd DeVane of
proud to announce the forthcom- Kinard. Paternal grandparents
ing marriage of Melissa Fosman are Kathleen and Jim Pullen of
and Coy Brown II. Grand Ridge and the late Coy
The bride-elect is a 2002 grad- Gene Brown of Blountstown.
uate of Victory Christian
Academy in Sneads.. Melissa's The wedding will take place on
parents are Vicki and Pierre November 19, 2005, at
Duelz of Sneads and Nora and RivelTown Community Church
Davis Fosman of Coral Springs. in Blountstown at 6:00 p.m. A
Maternal grandmother is Evelyn reception will follow after the cer-
Duelz of Sneads. Paternal emony. The couple will leave for
grandfather is Hal Fosman of a honeymoon cruise to the
Hollywood, FL. Bahamas. After they return they
The groom is a 2003 graduate will reside in Sneads.
of Blountstown High School. All relatives and friends are
Coy's parents are Fay Brown and invited to attend the wedding and
Michael Bishop of Blountstown reception.

'Nutcracker' sold out
The Liberty Music & Drama like to thank the community for
Troupe would like to announce its overwhelming support of the
that the November 30, 2005 per- performance and hopes that it
formance of the Nutcracker is can be performed again next
SOLD OUT. The troupe would year. Coy Brown II and Melissa Fosman




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LUCILLE BEYER
Mrs. Lucille Beyer, 81, of
Blountstown, FL went home to
be with the Lord early Tuesday
morning; November 1, 2005, in
Panama City, FL.
Mrs. Beyer was. born in
Blountstown, and had moved
back to Blountstown in 1997
coming from Missouri. She was
a retired secretary for an insur-
ance company and was a home-
-maker. Mrs. Beyer attended the
Christian Home Freevill Baptist
-- Church and the Gateway Baptist
Church in Blountstown. She
was preceded in death by her
daughter, LaRue Sherman.
S Survivors include two daugh-
ters: Elaine Mekarda of Lake
Forest, IL, Gloria Miller of Blue.
: -Springs, MO; four grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren .
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, November 2, 2005 at
10:00 a.m. (CST)' from the.
Christian Home Freewill Baptist
Church with Rev. David& Odum
S officiating. Interment followed in
the Nettle Ridge Cemetery in
..yBlountstown.
All arrangements were under,
the direction of Marion Peavy at
S Peav, Funeral Home in
Blountstown. FL. 850-674-
S2266.

ROY WAYNE DAWSON
Mr. Roy WVavne Dawson. 64, of
-. Bristol, passed away Monday,
S October 31. 2005, at his home.
S Mr. Dawson was born in
Blountstown and h-ad lived in'
Bristol for most of his life. He was
.-an avid .fisherman, and of the
holiness faith.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Earl and. Ada
SDawson; a step-father, Pony Hill:
:a sister. Jeanette Hill; a step
daughter-in-law, Christine
Pullam; and a son-in-law. Danny
..Lee Lindsey.
Survivors include his wife.
Betty Dawson of Bristol; one
daughter. Deborah Lindsey of.
Bristol; one stepson, James
- Jeffery Pullam of Bristol; two
- stepdaughters. Renae Grande
and her husband. Juan. of
Bristol and Sarah Yon and her,
husband. Mike. also of Bristol;


Keep God


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Being Gentle
II Timothy 2:24
Answer this question: Is it more
important for me to be correct or to be
christlike'2 Whats your answer?
When our Lord was arrested for
declaring himself the Son of God, He told
His adversaries that if He wanted to
prove His point, He could call "ten thou-
sand angels" from Heaven, but His deter-
* mination to fullill His redemptive mission
Sby shedding His blood for our sins made
such arguments irrelevant.
Patience gentleness, and chnstlike-
ness gain us greater credibility with those
we seek to help than simply proving
r those against us wrong so that we may
make ourselves appear correct
Two men bumped each oiner going
through a doorway at the same time
SOne man cursed and blamed the other,
who was a Christian The Christian sim-
ple said. "Sir, I do not know who is to
blame, but il I am at fault, I beg your par-
Sdon. If you are at fault, let's forget it.
Just think of the victories that could be
won and the conflicts that could be avoid-
ed in our homes and in our churches, It
being right was not as important as being
peacemakers. It is often said that one
may win an argument but lose the spiritu-
al objective.
When Jesus said, "The meek .. shall
inhent the earth' Matthew 5'5. He was
Snot advocating spineless resignation, but
simply promising that those who choose
not to be bullies will represent Christ Ihe
Best
Doesn't the Word say the fruit of the
SSpirit is love, joy. peace, long suffenng,
genlleness ."' Galalions 5 22.
Life in the gentle lane is always the
best way and the Cnristian way.


one brother, Kenny Dawson of
Blountstown; one sister,
Maybahe Douberly of Hosford; a
half sister, Ada Bell McNeill of
Tallahassee; five grandchildren,
Jessica Lindsey, Karen Moran,
Angie Yon, John and Breanna
Grande, all of Bristol; three great
grandchildren, Dustin
Gillenwater, Joseph Moran-
Martinez,. and Ana Giron, all of
SBristol; and two stepgrandchil-
dren, Michael and Maria Sarrano
of Albuquerque, NM.
Funeral services were held at
11:00 AM EST Thursday.
November 3, from the graveside
of Lake Mystic Cemetery in
Bristol with Reverend Terry
Blackburn officiating.
Adams Funeral Hdme is in
charge of the arrangements. ph.
643-5410 or online at,
www.adamsfh.com.,
MARIAN MARSH
Mrs. Marian Marsh, 78, of
Blountstown, passed away
.Sunday. November 6, -.in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Marsh w'as born in"
Frankfort, Indiana, and had lived
in Blountstown since 1987 She
was a homemaker and was nick-
named "The Candy Lad\-y' at
Blountstown Health and Rehab
by fellow residents and staff for
her sweet and friendly visits to.
each room to deliver candy and a
smile.
Survivors include two sons.
Dennis How\land of Blountsto\wn
and John Howland of Grand
Ridge: one brother. Donald Daily
arid his wife,- Margie: of
Frankfort, Indiana: and three
grandchildren, Melissa. Mikayla .
and Brigitte Howland.
Memorialization will by crema-
tion. A memorial senice will be
held at 3:00 P.M. Thursday,
November 10, at the
Blountstown Health and Rehab
on Chipola Road in Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountslown, FL is in charge of
the arrangements, ph. 850-674-
5449 or online, at
w\?~w.adamsth.com.

GERALDINE REED '
Mrs. Geraldine Reed, 78. of
Blountstown. FL died Monday.
October 31. 2005 in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Reed was born in Georgia'
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Calhoun County since 1998 and
was of the Baptist faith.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, Clarence and Alexie
Reed and her husband. Thomas
Mack Reed.
Memorialization will be by cre-
mation. A memorial service will
be held today. Wednesday.
November 9. 2005 from the
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown is in charge of the
arrangements. 850-674-5449,
www.adamsfh.com.


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Memory of our Mother,
Janice Weathers Bass
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Fun Day at Abe Springs True Holiness Nov. 19


The 2nd Annual Old
Fashioned Family Fun Day at
Abe Springs Pentecostal Holiness
Church will be held on November
12th from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00
p.m. (CT).
We will have bluegrass gospel
singing, boston butt and chicken
plates for lunch, a peanut boil,
homemade cakes and goodies.,
zYa'll come and enjoy the activi-
ties!
The church is located on SR
275 South between Clarks\ille
and Blountstown off of Hwy. 20.
For more information call 762-
2146.

Macedonia First Baptist
welcomes new pastor
Macedonia First Baptist
Church would like to welcome
our new pastor. Rev. Jimmy
Campbell and his wife Suzanne.
Come and join us bfr \\'orship
and fellowship in ,Jesus Christ
our Lord.
Sunday School begins at 9:45
a.m.. Worship service at 11:00
a.m.. Discipleship training at
5:00 p.m. and evening service at
6:00 p.m.



The Blountstown First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
Women's Ministries wishes to
extend a note of thanks to all
who helped in making our
Annual Senior Citizens
Thanksgi\ing dinner so special.
',, The dining area was beautiful-
ly decorated and the food was
delicious! It was a time of fine
fellowship.
Thank you very much to our
generous local merchants for
supplying us with wonderful
door prizes! It is a blessing to live
and work in a warm and giving
community.
Thank you, Pastor David and
Mrs. Betty Goodman!


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The True Holiness Community
Church of Christ Written in
Heaven located at 21204 SE
River Street, Blountstown, will be
having a Pre-Thanksgiving
Family .and Friends Community
Gospel Extravaganza Superbowl
for Christ 2005 program on,
behalf of our new church build-
ing fund drive Saturday,
November 19th at 7:00 p.m.
(CST). Everyone is welcome.

Rahal's annual gospel
singSaturday, Nov. 19

Rahal Chevrolet-Ca'dillac-
Buick Nissan's fifth annual
gospel sing will be held Saturday,
Nov. 19, at 6:30 p.m. at,
Mariannai's National Guard.
Armory on Hwy. 90 West.
Featured groups will be the
Triumphant Quartet from
Sevierxmlle, Tennessee, the
Nelons from Smyrna. Georgia.
and the Basford Brothers from
Marianna.
Local church youth groups
:will be serving drinks, popcorn
and candy bars. Everyone is
invited to attend.




Georgia Engram's family wish-
es to thank our many friends for
the loving acts of kindness
expressed during the illness and
passing of our loved one. Your
cards, telephone calls, e-mails.
flowers. visits, other tokens of
love, and especially your prayers
will always remain in our memo-
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Meaningful Bible Study.........................9:45 AM
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Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM


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Threat of deadly flu pandemic causes concern



Public health workshop set


Happy "Ist" Birthday,
Roxanne!!
Ro' -'would like to thank everyone for
.,their prayers and thoughts over
- the past year as she celebrates
cher first birthday on November
27th.


Happy "Ist" Birthday,
Austin Michael Pennington!!
Austin celebrated his first birth-
day on October 17,2005. He had
d Classic Winnie the Pooh Party at
Sam Atkins Park on October 15th,
Austin is the son of Kristy Ward and
Michael Pennington of Bristol.
Grandparents are Gene and
Mary Lewis of Blountstown,
Sandra Pennington of Hosford
and Tony and Judi Pennington of
'Vernon, AL. Great grandfather is
Hoyt Graham of Hosford.
Austin enjoys being outside
and spending time with Aunt
Barbara,


The Calhoun and Liberty
County Health Departments
would like to invite you to attend
a pandemic influenza workshop
called Pandemic Pandemonium.
The workshop will be held at the
Veteran's Memorial Park, 10405
N.W. Theo Jacobs Way, Bristol,
FL from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
EST, on Friday, December 16,
2005.
Influenza pandemics have
occurred three times in the 20th
century. The first and most
deadly was the pandemic of
1918-1919, which is considered
the most severe pandemic in
recorded history from any cause.
In the United States, it is esti-
mated that 675,000 influenza-
related deaths occurred. The.
virus was unusual also in that it


The Deep Bog Hole results of
November 5th at the Tri-State
Off Road Park were as follows:
4 & 6 Cylinder.
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2nd pl Harry Goodwin
3rd pl Sonny Shurrum
Street Legal Consistency
1st pl Tommy Arnold
2nd pl -Phillip Byrd
38.5 & Down
1st pl Jason Jones


attacked young healthy adults in
disproportionate numbers. The
other two pandemics of the 20th
century, 1957-1958 and 1969-
1969, though not nearly as
severe, caused far more deaths
than expected in a typical
influenza season.
The span of time between
influenza pandemics in the 20th
century ranged from 11 years to
39 years. It has now been 37
years since the last influenza
pandemic. It is believed that
another influenza can occur at
any time and possibly well out-
side the typical influenza season.'
Asian Avian Influenza (also
known as "Bird Flu") is currently
on everyone's mind from the
President down to county and
community leaders. No one


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3rd pl Frank Hendricks
4th pl Justin Barnes
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1st pl Jason Lowery
2nd pl Lee Shelton
3rd pl Sonny Adams:
4th pl Jimmy Edwards
Open
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$50.00 ticket drawing Van
Coggins


knows if the current avian flu will
mutate into "The Big One" this
season, or the next, or the next.
"The clock is ticking; we just
don't know what time it is."
The local workshop includes a
keep-it-simple education piece
aimed at county and community
leaders about influenza, how it is
spread, interventions, how it is
spread, interventions, and poten-
tial impacts on the health, ,econ-
omy, and social fabric of a com-
munity. The culmination of the
exercise will result in a commu-
nity-based action plan that will
consider responses to a threat


where everyone may be on their
own for an extended period of
time.
Please let us known by
November 18, if you can join us
for this important workshop. If
you have any questions, please
contact Rick Miller, at (850) 487-
3146 or email: rickmiller@doh.
state.fl.us.
This workshop presents a unique
opportunity to demonstrate that Florida
community leaders are prepared to
respond to serious health threats whether
these originatefrom natural or bioterror-
ism sources.


Happy "9th" Birthday,
Taylor Vincent!!
November 11, 2005
Love, Mom, Dad & Matt




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Drug arrest cont'd


Happy "1st" Birthday, Trevor!!
Tre.or Michael Waller celebrat-
ed his first birthday on October
10th. He.is the son .of Jay and
vrnlt:.e'ry Waller of Taiiohoasee
His grandparents are Michael
and Donna Eldridge and Bill and
'varilyn Waller of Blountstovn., His
great-gracin.:iprerts are Ra,, and
Elsie Derinis and Junior and Dot
Eldridge also of Blouitstcvn.
SUSCIE -ODY


ment closest to the corner.
After identifying a suspect, the.
officers approached the complex
on foot and staked out the 'area,
hiding in shrubs about 30 yards
from Reed. After a few minutes,
Reed walked to the corner and
talked on a cell phone. 'Moments'
later, a woman was dropped off
at the complex and alerted him
that police were in the area. He
then appeared nervous. The offi-
cers approached to speak nith'
him, but the woman alerted him
they were now in the complex. He
then walked behind a truck
parked in front of an apartment.
The officers approached' and
noticed Reed take a small plastic


bag from his pocket and place it
on a spare tire on the back of the
vehicle. Ofc. Creamer noticed the
bag appeared to contain cocaine
and seized it. Reed walked quick-
ly into an apartment and, closed
the door. Ofc. Creamer took him
into custody moments later.
The bag on the spare tire
turned out to contain 11 small
baggies, estimated to sell on the.
street for $20 each. Reed was
found 'to have $135 cash,
believed to have been proceeds of
cocaine sales. Reed was booked
into the jail and released after
posting a $1500 surety bond.


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' The County Record, NOVEMBER 9,2005, Page 6


After putting bite on Baker to claim Region 1 title...



Dawgs in final four


' THE LIBERTY COUNTY LADY BULLDOGS pose with their Region 1 championship trophy after defeating Baker
'Thur~d,'. afternoon. The win earned them a spot in the final four. They are scheduled to face Region 2
c=h iL. Oak Hall of Gainesville, on Saturday afternoon in Lakeland.


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Liberty County High
School Lady Bulldogs are state
bound!
Baker came to Bulldog
l Cocuntry Thursday afternoon for
-the Region 1 finals and the
Dawgs sent them packing,. 15-
S25, 25-17, 25-19, 28-26.
"After the first game, I realized
S-_- we were better than them;"
Coach Casi Peddie tells The
County Record. "Even though we
,had just been beaten, my girls
were playing really tight. But
They had keyed in on my big hit-
'ter, Dayna Ramsey."
o- Once Baker tried to shutdown
S Ramsey, teammate Lindsey
Noble stepped up and put the
S heat on Baker. "IRamseyI did a
Great job blocking and Lindsey
i Noble came alive," Coach Peddle
S remarks. "She had the best game
lof the entire season. Since they
Ireallv kie\ed in on ,Dayva. we
i needed her to step up and do her


job."
.Leading scorers for the Dawgs
were Natalie Eubanks, Ramsey,
and Candace Holley. Nobles
slammed down 15 kills. Ramsey
had 12 kills and eight blocks.
Julie Brock and Eubanks each
provided 15 assists. Holley had
12 digs and Britt Reed had eight.
"My team never dies," Coach
Peddle points out. "They have
more guts than any. team you'll
ever watch."
As Region 1 champs, the .Lady
Bulldogs are in the final four and
will head to Lakeland Saturday
to go up against Region 2 winner,
Oak Hall, a private school from
Gainesville. The match is expect-
ed to begin around 2 p.m. ET at
The Lakeland Center. The winner
will earn a spot in the Class 2A
state championship match, fac-
ing the winner of the match
between Region 3! champion,
Evangelical. Christian of Ft.
Myers. and the Region 4 champs
(to be aannunced this week). The
state. championship. games, .set


for Sunday.
"I always feel nervous, espe-
cially going against private
schools," says Coach Peddle.
"They play year round and
always focus on one sport when
my girls are involved in other
sports. But at this point, I look at
mygirls and think anything can,
happen. They haven't reached
their peak. And I never count
Liberty County out."


Alzheimer's
The Chipola Women's Basketball
team will sponsor an Alzheimer's
Memory Walk. Saturday, Nov. 12, at
9:30 a.m. The three-mile walk will
begin at the Chipola Arts Center
and end at the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center. Entry fee is S20.
Pre-registered walkers will receive a
T-shirt. On-site registration begins
at 9 a.m.
SThe Memory Walk is part 6f the


Memory Wa
three-day. Holiday Inr Express
Alzhetmer's Women's Basketball
Classic. Nov. 11 .12 and 13. Action
begins Frday. Nov. 11, wrth Georgia
Perimeter and Wallace at 3:30 p.m.
Gulf Coast will play Trinity Valley at
5:30 p.m. Chipola will take on
Southeastern Illinois at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday games Include: Gulf Coast
and Wallace' at 2 p.m_;
Southeastern Illnois and Trinity


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jFriday is deadline
hto apply for turkey
quota hunt permit
SHunters looking to do -some
,turkey hunting on Florida's
.wildlife management areas dur-
Cing the 2006 spring turkey sea-
Ison must apply by 11:59 p.m.
g(EDT) Nov. 11 to be included in
none of two random drawings.
S Quota hunt permit jwork-
asheets are available on the
'Florida Fish and Wildlife
: Conservation Commission's
S(FFWC) Web site at
SMv FWC.com/hunting under
-"Quota Hunts." .Worksheets also
!are available at county tax collec-
Stors'. offices and at all FWC
*regional offices.
SSpring turkey quota hunt
!applicants must apply through
FWVC's Total Licensing. System
*(TLS). Applications are no longer
:accepted by mail. You may apply
'ia Internet at w\ldlifelicense.com
-or turn in your completed work-
:sheet to any tax collector or
license agent, and they will sub-
nlit it for you.
SAll applicants, regardless of
when they apply, have the same
chance of being selected as long
:as the\ are turned in within the
1apphcation period.
: Hunters, who were included in
-the random drawing last year
:and not issued a quota hunt per-
: nit, will be included in this
:year's first drawing, known as
-the preference drawing.
rk For more information on how
,you can apply for these spring
Turkey quota hunt permits, visit
S .MyFWC.com/hunting.

.New deer dog rules
-iequire hunters to
register with FWC
a. This year, hunters using dogs
"to pursue deer on private lands
Sn Florida must register for the
-2005-06 hunting season.
SThis new statewide, 'no-cost
Registration program is mandato-
ri during any open deer-hunting
:season when taking deer with
.dogs is permitted. The rule also
a pplies during the deer-dog
-traiinie season, which has con-
. eluded in most of the state but is
"indernay in the Northwest,
tIunting Zone.


The deer-dog hunting season
(general gun) on private lands
opened Oct. 29. in the South
Hunting Zone; and runs through
Jan. 8. Farther up the.state in
-the Central Zone, the season
runs Nov. 12 Jan.. 22. In the
Northwest Hlunting Zone; it
comes in Thanksgiving Day and
lasts four days until Nov. 27.
Two weeks later, the season
reopens Dec. 10 and runs
through Feb. 15.
Hunting clubs, landowners or
anyone wishing to hunt deer-\ith
dogs on a particular tract of land
can register by completing an
application, available from all
regional FWC offices and at
MyFWC.com/hunting. .The
applicant may be the landowner
or a person representing a group
(hunting club) leasing the land
for hunting.
Proof of landowner permission
or a copy of the written lease
agreement must accompany the
application along with a general
map of the property showing
boundary lines and leaal descrip-
Lton
After processing the applica-
tion, the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
will issue the applicant a unique
registration number, and that
number must be afflied to the
collars of all dogs used to pursue
deer on that registered property.
Where a group or hunting .club is
hunting the same tract of land,
one registration number will be
issued for all dogs used oh that
property or hunting lease.
Any individual engaged in
hunting or training deer dogs on
private lands must possess a
copy of their registration while
doing so and must not allow their
dogs off the registered property,
whether intentionally or negli-
gently.
This new rule does not apply
for hunting: or training deer dogs
on public lands and wildlife man-
agement areas.,
For more information on how
to register for deer-dog hunting
on private lands or to follow up
on the registration process, call
(850) 488-364 1 or .visit
MIyFWC.com/hunting.


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Valley at 4 p.m. and ChWl
Georgia Perimeter at 6 p. Oi
Sunday, Nov. 13, ChIpola wi.take''
on Trinity Valley at 2 p.tn. '
Proceeds from all events Will go:'
to the Alzheimer's Resource enter
which supports victims and.carer
givers in the Florida Panhahdle. .
For formation, call' ipol
women's basketball coach eD ~Vlk4
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 9,2005, Page 7


Tigers finish season


10-0


The 2005 Blountstown Tigers
;have accomplished something no
:other Tiger team has ever done.
'With a 28-0 victory over Wewa
;Friday night, the Tigers complet-
ed their second consecutive 10-0
Regular season. This year's team
also claimed the school's third
consecutive district crown. The
;1976 state championship team
finished 7-3 in the regular sea-


10 0"!! Man. that sounds sweet. If
you had asked me or anyone else before ;
this season began if we would finish the
schedule we had this year without a loss
I'm not sure you could have found anyone
to say yes I knew we had a good football
team, bui io not have a let down over the
course of this year was going to be hard.
S 'm not /saying we didn' get lucky a few
times and that we played great at all
times, but great teams find a way to get it
done when they don't play Ineir best and
we did.
I hope we will continue to play better
as the playoffs now approach because
it's "win or go home" from now on We
don't want to be remembered as the best
team in the history of BHS to not play for
the State Championship We are already
labeled Irom last season as the only BHS
team to play for a State Championship
and not win Our mono this year has
been "Finish the Ride in 2005" and we
have lived up to those expectations so
Sfar, but we still have the toughest games
ahead of us.
This past Friday nigit. we traveled to
Wewa to play a very good football team..
Greg Jordan should be the Coach of the
Year in these parts for being able to do
what he has done with a program that
was in the shape that one was after the
circumstances of last year. He has taken
them to an 8 2 record in his first year
and made the layoffs as the district run-
ner-up.. His only losses came against
possible State 1A Champion Port St. Joe
and us.; He should be proud of his kids.
I am' also very pr6ud of the way my
kids:focused under tough conditions and
Were able to come away with a solid vic-
tory. We .new going in that Wewa would
be ready for us and they were. We did a
great job of moving the football. on
offense and kept the shut out on defense.
Our goal for the game was to win and not
get anyone hurt too badly. We were able
to accomplish both of those goals and get
ourselves ready for the stretch run.
...I want to say congratulations to Coach
Jordan and his players.for a great season
ahd wish them good luck in :ne playoffs
I also want to congratulate our team for
their outstanding performance and doing
something that has never been done in
BHS history and that is to have back-to-
back undefeated seasons.
I would like Io take a moments to
reflect on the accomplishments of these
two teams Not only have they done
something that has never been done at
this school,, but something that is not
commonplace anywhere in high school
football. My former head coach and best
friend still coaches high school football in
Lake City. He is one of the winningest
coaches in Florida high school football
and has been a head coach for almost 30
years. In those 30 years, he has only had
one undefeated season and I was fortu-
nate to be a part of that season in 1997.
For us to accomplish that two years in a
row and for me to be a part of three per-


son and the 1977 team had a
perfect 14-0 mark. The teams of
'76, '77, '78, and '79 won consec-
utive district championships. (We
looked it up).
The Tigers will host South
Walton Friday night at Bowles
Field in the regional semifinals.
South Walton, runners up in
Class IB defeated Sneads in"
overtime last week. Vernon, run-


fect seasons has been an unbelievable
blessing.
...I want to lust rake this opportunriy to
express my appreciation to this year's
players and last year's players for giving
me those memories that will last with me
for a lifetime. Thank you for your dedica-
tion and belief in me and the belief in
yourselves.. Now .let's FINISH THE
RIDE !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Advanced tickets for the South Walton
game will be on sale in Ihe front office at
BHS beginning on Tuesday. Anyone who
would like to avoid the long lines Friday
night need to, come by and purchase
them early. The cost is $7 as determined
by the FHSAA. Game time is 7 30 and I
hope to see everyone at the game.
Season ticket holders must still purchase
a ticket lor the game but your season
ticket will still be honored for your seats.
,We are sorry for the price, but we are
mandated by the FHSAA.
Come support us Friday night. GO
TIGERS!ffl!!!!!!! ,,


ners up to the Tigers in Class 2B,
will face Bratt Northview, win-
ners of the Class 1B title. A Tiger
win and a Vernon win will set a
rematch between Blountstown
and Vernon in Blountstown next
Friday night in the regional
finals.
Tickets for Friday night's
game will go on sale early this
week at BHS. Since it's a playoff
game, everyone will have to pay
to watch, even season ticket
holders. However, season ticket
holders will still be allowed to sit
in their reserved seats and
Century Club members will be
allowed to park in their reserved
parking spaces for the playoff
games.
The Tigers came out with their
game faces on Friday night and
despite losing a fumble, throwing
an interception and having the
usual rash of costly penalties,
dominated on offense and
defense. Backup 'players got
plenty of playing time in the third
and fourth quarters, %probably
their last of the season.

With the starting backfield
seeing limited action, the Tigers
racked up 310 yards rushing and
passed for 57 yards.
Defensively, Blountstown held

Top left: Arsenio Ivory
raced 52 yards in the
third quarter to put the
Tigers ahead 28-0. Ivory
rushed for 81 yards on 5
carries.

Bottom left: Chance
Attaway broke away.
from this hand tackle
and made it to the
Wewa one yard line set-
ting up Ryan Baker's
second touchdown of
the night.

the Gators (8-2) to 60 yards
rushing and 35 yards passing.
Ryan Baker, who has become
a workhorse on defense, had a
big game for the Tigers on offense
against the Gators. Baker
opened the scoring with a 3 yard
run early in the fourth quarter
following an impressive 7 play 80'
yard drive in just over three min-
utes. Jacob Williams kicked the
first of four consecutive PAT's for
a 7-0 lead. One of Williams'
kicks came from 35 yards out fol-
lowing a penalty on the Tigers'


South Walton

tickets for sale

at BHS office
Advanced tickets for the South
Walton game will be on sale in
the front Office at BHS beginning
on Tuesday. Anyone who would
like to avoid the long lines Friday
night needs to come by and pur-
chase them early. The cost is $7
as determined by the FHSAA,
Game time is 7:30 and. a big
crowd of Tiger fans are expected
at the game. Season ticket hold-
ers must still purchase a ticket for
the game, but your season ticket
will still be honored for your seats,
Ticket prices are mandated by
the FHSAA,


Above: Quarterback Miphael Guilford follows his blockers for a big gain and a
first down against the Wewa Gators, Guilford rushed for 46 yards and passed for
57 yards in the regular season ending 28-0 victory.


third touchdown.
Baker got his second score of
the night on the first play of the
second quarter, on a one, yard
blast. The play followed a long
run by Chance Attaway who was
ruled down at the one yard line.
Baker got his third score of
the night late in the second quar-
ter from 15 yards out following a
10 play 69 yard drive that con-
sumed over 5. minutes of clock.
The 'Gators had made some big
plays and missed a wide open
receiver that'could have been a
touchdoi.' but the Tigers were
rolling and prin top, 21-0. ,
Early in the third quarter,
A-rselio horv put the game out of
reach for the Gators when he
sprinted 52 yards down the side-
line for a touchdown.
Ivory had four rushes for the
night for 81 \yards to lead the
Tigers. Chance Attawav had 3
carries for 67 yards. Michael
Guilford carried the ball 5 times
for 46 yards, Baker ran for 41
yards on 6 carries and three,
touchdowns and T. C. Copeland
rushed 10 times for 34 yards.
Malcolm Ivory had 5 rushes
for 177 :yards followed by
Demarco Johnson with 4 carries
for 17 yards. Greg Meeks had 2


carries for 7 yards,
Guilford. who has been throw-
ing the ball well all season, com-
pleted 3 of 7 passes for 57 yards
and one interception. Cory Cox
had one-pass that fell incom-
plete.
Titus Overholt had one leap-,
ing catch for. 37 'yards.
Jonathan Lockhart had one
catch for 6 yards' and Garry Reed
made a great catch across the'


middle for 14 yards.
Ryan, Baker and Jarrod
Phillips each caused a fumble
with Jamie Willis recovering one
and Phillips the other.'
Corey Silcox, who led the
Tigers being in on 14 tackles,
had. two interceptions on the
night, his fourth of the season.
Titus Overholt had his fifth inter-
ception of the season against the
Gators.


Tiger basketball season


tips off Tuesday night

Blountstown Tiger basketball season ,gets underway
Tuesday, Nov: 15. when the Tigers host a 4 T pOff. Classic with
teams from. Liberty County, Altha, arid Wewa. Altha will face
Liberty County at 6 p.m.. followed by Blountstown .v. Wewa at
7:30 p.m.. The tournament moves to: Altha on Thursday, Nov.
17, with BHS going up against LCHS at 6 p.m. and Altha tak-
ing nn Wewa at 7;30 p.m
i, "Jfp .d, .to having..a great, season at
S lisays"d' TigiHS basketball coach
.-AidreW ,Sumn :?I. ope th t all Tiger fans will come.out and
edjoy, the gares ."
SWatch for details oi the Tiger lineup in next week's edition of
e. County Record. ,.


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 9,2005, Page 8


Principal Ronnie Hand Is
S pleased to announce the honor roll
at Altha School.
'A' Honor Roll
S First grade: Devan Adkins.
ieth Alday. Kathrine Alderman.
Iebadiah Baggett, Cv Barton.
: Nolon Bean, Abble Edenfleld, Brian
bav, Jaylon Hall, Autumn Lee.
ipril Lynn, Ashley Lytle. kenneth
arkwalter. Collln Mears. Justin
S loore. Timothy Mullaney. Kyle
Porter. Klana Richards, Johnny
Sewell. Madison Smith. Trlstin
1 Williams.
SSecond grade: Johnny Aaron,
Aubree Ana Bay, Cassandra
S- ranton. Katie Cox. Bret Crumpler.
d-John Finuff. Kaitlyn George, Tessa
Hall, Machaelyn Horton, Daniel
Kirkland. Enrico McCalvin, Alyssa
lMcCardle. Sawyer O'Bryan,
Samantha Potter. Lhanna
Schuler. Hayden White. Jav Yon.
Third grade: Ashlyn Barfleld,
Avery Boggs, Jennifer Moore.
Claire Pnce. Breanna Walker.
, Fourth grade: Seth Alderman,
Porter Smith. Brianna Yon.
Fifth grade: Ariel Folsom,
lMadelynn Lvtle, Matthew
McCalh-m. Zachanr Perkins.
Sixth grade: Anel Robinson.
Seventh grade: Harlea Perdue.
Eighth grade: Kara Bremer,
SEmily Brooks, Priscilla Hunt.
Ninth grade: Caitd n Bruner.
Jacob Edentield, Cherie Hires.
Brittany Stephens.
Tenth grade: Joshua Mclntosh,
SMeagan Wiltse.
Eleventh grade: Nikkl DeBolt,
Katrinia Jackson, Ashton Lee.
: Matthew Maxwell. Daniel Ross.
Bradley Wells. Ryan Wells.
Twelfth grade: Tifany Betts.
:Justin McCoy. Christopher
SMcCroan. Sarah Shelton.

S 'A/B' Honor Roll
First grade: John All, Austin
SCausey. Haley Crawson. Aadm
-:-Hill. Jacob Hunter, Lukas
Landrum. Madison Peacock,
-. Charles Purns. Mary Shurrum.
- .Georgia Smith.
Second grade: Katle Bailey.
Austin Bay. Maranda Blederman,
Dallas Clemmons, Syler Keel, Maki
Darnon. Jesse Mills. Alyssa Moore,
Brittany Peterson. Heather Prnngle,
Dylan Smith. Jasmine Varnum,
Dustin Willis, Taryn Yand.
Third grade: Abigal Ali, Morgan
Allen, Derek Aultman, Stacy
Bramblett, Hunter Chason,
Summer Farris. Rebecca Gay,
James Harris, Cody Reagan.
CHristopher Sale, Marv Sewell,
Hannah Warner, Aaron Young.
Fourth. gradee; Hunter Baggert.
-Andrew BloLnt Stephanie
Branton, Deana Griswold, Alvin
S- ler, Mlichael l\ullaney, Ethan
Peacock. Austin Tharp. Rebecca
Williams. Brina Yand.
Fifth grade: Samantha
Bramblett. Christalyn Castleberr'.
Haley Chason. Danielle Harris.
Jordan Hatcher. Kaylee McCalvin,
Kelsey Rehberg. Harley Smith,
Albert Varnum, Ryan Wood.
Sixth grade: Conner Bristow,
Shayla Chason, Vesley Chevillot.
Kristin Cook, Alicia Griffin. Bvron
Hall, Montana Shanks, Kimberly
Wiltse.
Seventh grade: Sierra Chason,
Angel Dehn, Elizabeth Gratz,
Raven Griffin, Brittney Lytle, Ellen
Powell, Sharl\'n Smith, Katelyn
Williams.
Eighth grade: Randal Chason.
Brett Floyd, Cessna Folsom.
Kourtney Grice. Stapharue Mayo.
Ashley Smith. Hellena Whltehurst.
Ninth grade: Ben .Baumer.
Sarah Burke. Ethan Byler, Kayla

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Eddie, Joshua Edenfield. Tony
Golden. David Griswold. Dylan
Hinson, Corey Johnson, Ashley
McKenzie, Katnna Messer. Caleb
Morris, Cody Sewell. Jessica
Smith, Mary Cathryn Smith.
Kristin Yon.
Tenth grade: Corde
Beauchamp, Justin Branton, Noah
Byler, Kimberly Clemons. Cayla
Coxwell. Matthew Dees. Samantha
Dehn, Jamie O'Bryan, Taylor
Shelton, Zach Tatum. John
Tedesco. Candy 'arnumn. Joshua
Warner
Eleventh grade: John Alday,
Kristina Bailey. Jason Holland,
Kaitlyn Penney, April Worley.
Twelfth grade: Angela Baggett.
Jantzen Bailey. Courtney
Beauchamp, Angela Byler,
Kimberlyn Cook. Jennifer Dehn.
Regina Drew. Brandon Dysard.
Branton Ells Nicholas Hansford,
Kyle McAlpin. Marn' Mclntosh.
Kathryn Nichols. Jeremy Watford.
Patricia Williams.

Scholarship Information
Attenton Juniors and Seniors:
Juniors and Seniors who are
thinking about scholarships for
college should check out
www.Scholarships.com. This web-
site has a free college scholarship
search and financial aid lforma-
tion.
As many high school judiors
and seniors and their parents are
getting ready for college, accumu-
lating money to finance their col-
lege education will likely be a top
priority. Scholarships .com is an
excellent resource for high school
students who are considering
attending a college, university or
trade school. The expansive schol-
arship database is always growing,
updated frequently. and available
on line. Scholarship providers are
always updating their awards as
they change making even visit to
scholarship.com overflowing with
new opportunities.
Scholarships.com has become
one of the most widely-used and
trusted free college scholarship
search services and financial aid
information resources on the world
wide web.
This information, along with
other scholarship information, is
located on the scholarship board
outside of Mrs. Cindy Nichols'
office. Juniors and Semnors also
need to check the scholarship
board weekly for updated and new
information.
...-, ,,By:,Jessca_,Sr~tth


Veterans Day Program
The Social Studies Department
at Altha School will put on a
Veterans Day program Friday, Nov.
11 at 8:00 a.m. in the Altha School
gymnasium. All area veterans are
invited to attend.
Also. a video recognizing all vet-
erans who have submitted pictures
will be shown. The program will
last approximately thirty minutes
and a reception nwth light snacks
will follow.
By: Nikki DeBolt
Test Your Brain
The last week in October several
Altha High School students got a
chance to test their brains in the
Brain Bowl Competition.
This \'ear's team consisted of
Brad Wells. Ryan Wells, Corey
McAlpin. Ashton Lee, and Matt
Maxwell. The team did rather well
this year and earned themselves
the highest score in Altha School's
history. They won rounds with
some rousing competition.
Ryan and Brad Wells told me
the team's strongest categories
were science, math, and sports.
However, their weakest categories
were humanities and pop culture.
The two admit that more questions
about Nascar could have given
them the win. The team really
tried their hardest this year.
The team is current regroup-
ing and getting ready for another
upconung competition. They have
even changed a few team members.
adding some that could help
strengthen them in their weaker
subjects. The team was hard at
work practicing when 1 went to
interlew them Thursday and was
quite reluctant to take a break.
Obviously all this hard work is pay-
Ing off and will pay off even more In
the future. Most of the team mem-
bers are Juniors and competed last
year, so they still have another year
to become the best team they can
be. As for their next competition
the date is still a little undecided,
but we wish them all the luck in
their future competitions.
By: Patricia t'llliams

Calendar
Nov. 11- Family Breakfast;
Veteran's Day Assembly-8:00
Nov. 14- Fall Banquet- 6:00
Nov. 15- Club Day: FCCLA
District Meeting
Nov. 16- Gulf Coast Trip-
Culinary
Nov. 17- Supreme Court
Activity- Seniors
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-Dedr Veteraris, Pul Plazarlrn.Tome he Is one df ,N-War II; I. am. thankful for alL the
':.l ampso .,thankful that-your: t6 best sold ersarid dadst'ire *he p ople Wh. I .
'foughtt-Ior. our country.:.-.We'. World... eft- their'.fa ly to flgh 'for
would not bet the- some'.witho.. .- :. .Tjiahkyou.Veietns,,people-they didn't even know.
-lr6Of yob.'miriisre-it Was harto' Folth'Plazarin' Thank you for ail .thatyouiidr fri
teave-your families. But .every- the world dad'+he.S.A: ;
. Ine Js prbud.of you for doing it.. : ..: '
-You were 'all ver- brave to .do '..Thank-yoy;
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fnil:y thit a~ overy.proud.of. .l :/r veterans;, -'-
p.ve. .both of,' rm y:. papdas,. / .-.' appreclqte; .our ndtiohs
diffird' Pitstr.nd D-' Lilly. '/ eterdns.SomQtlmes people
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.h:ank you for your special rhhOnor of Veterans Day. student l ye hose 'tOpihelp.or.

.'-safe'eone. *i am glad:there' thanking veterans for their service '. lot better; I w:ant Bire;nige;
ore people in this world ,wr o .Here are Just a few of these let, grandpa whqcb J-MJlcky
think not only about thbre fam- ters paving tribute to those e pson: ..l
fles safety, bu. t for others as well who have served ,..
.I. m also:glad that there Is a ourcountry Ta
. day.. to honor the special veter-^ owers
ans people. I wish you all a safe .' r of Veterans ;
'a d pleasant Veteran's Ddyl there th n voters Der Vteternans"
S.t -e o t" reY-T- o thn a;dir the vete-
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Shtaci Mayo I. ~ lldllketo hanhkmyopap. apppreclate,'l the .teerans.for..
and everyone lse1 who 'fought :what they dTd esp'eclalWfrjikiR
Dear Veterans, **. for the woild and to tharnk-themd ;thwr lies' so we. cidd b free;
I.really appreciate what you fdr alsofightlng for, ourreedorn;. l -woutd li(e'foi;e s to edglz-.ry
have done for our country ry-. My papa fought in the Korean ',apq;whd foughtfor-:or .coun-
ing to preserve our freedom War. When he 6as flghtilg 'he n itri ndour freedo6n. G:od bless
ard right. You have great foughtforthe world. Mr. Rom ih-.S.' ,-
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Athletic Banquet

is Monday night

Parents and athletes are cor-
dially invited to attend the Altha
School Fall Athletic Banquet on
Monday. November 14. at 6:00
p.m. in the Altha Lunchroom.
Parents are asked to bnng a veg-
etable dish or dessert. Athletics
will provide baked ham.


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 9, 2005, Page 9


r BLOUNTSTOWN


BL UNTSTO MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS


BLOUNTSTOWN


HIGH SCHOOL NEWS .L


Principal Mike Johnson is pleased
to announce the Blountstown Middle
School honor roll for the first nine
weeks as follows:
AIIA's
6th Grade: Megan Brown, Matthew
Digsby, Brittany Norris, Trenton Smith,
Leah Stewart, and Steven Warren
7th Grade: Levari Khuldrdava,
Travis Pittmai, and Warren Tanner.
8th. Grade: Ashley Adams, Tarak
Amin. Jessica Collier, Hira Farooqi,
Alison Slongo, Laura Stoltzfus, and
Jacob Wainwright.
A/B HonorRoll
6th.Grade: Tiffany Abbott, Corey
Bell,'Kelsey Bontrager Mary Bontrager.
Shaquala Butler Tabiiha Dawson Saad
Farooqi Jesse Grifin. Devin Harrigill
Terry Heaton., Cassandra Hiers,
Semantha Hunter, Patrice Jackson,
Heidi Jeppson, Ja'Sharrnaine Jones.
Megan Layfield, Jawon Mosley.
Daphne Pace, Nicholas Posey, William
Rogers Katherine Strawn, Jordan
Sweinharn, .Marquel, Thomas, and
Trenten Wise.
7th Grade: Cherie Baagen Shayn
Baggen Garrison Bailey, Junicia Baker,
Taylor Brantley Curl Tasiheana Brown
-Morgan Davis, Gabriel Dawson. Eurica
Engram, Trevor Engrarp, Audrey
Eubanks,- Mercedez Gammon,
Montoya Garrett, Byron Hall, Caroline
Johnson, Eric Jones, Jahnice Jones,
Eliya Margrill, ..Ivy Martins,.-.Sawyer ..-
RRjcnardcsAnthppy SansctiAxipndra'.
Smith. Cameron Smith karis l -mith
Hayley Sumner. and Joshua Williams
8th Grade- Sonya Alday. Shaterial
Davis. Stafford Dawson. Robert
Deason Keclt' Durham. Leslie Fennell
'Raleigh Fennell, Erin Fowler, Rafeal
Gammon. Michael Gibson. Brittany
Gnflen John Jonurdan Rachael King,
Jason Money Sraeyra Murrell, James
Sherrod Kayla Shuler. Bria Snowden,
>;in Yi Tang, Cassie Taylor. Blake Tolley,
Maria Trelo and Tanya Whitfield.

Red Ribbon Week
On October 24-l in conjunction with


A DOSE OF REALITY: D.uring Rel Ri.L-,ron Week, BMS students .,vit-
nessed ,vhat can happen wnen a:rr.'ing under the Irifluence Above.
local firefighters and EMIS /workers pull a victirn from a crashed car


Red Ribbon Week.. acliviiies.
Firefhghters from Blounistown Fire: .
Depanment Emergystat EMS workers
and Blounlstown Police officers joined
togeiner with the Blounisiown Middle
School Leadership Class to snow. first
hand, the dangers of driving while intox-
icated. -
Using a car donated by Mallory
Towing, students were presented with a .
simulated traffic crash involving their
-owri BMS drassifns" 'The onlookers
were.yld iri nt, while tiher parents were
away.the.sludents involved in the crash
began drinking alcoholic products and
then look an older sibling's car on a
"loynde". While doing "doughnuts" in
the BMS parking lot the car ovenurned
several times, ejecling and fatally injur-
ing one, trapping two and causing
minor injures to.the intoxicated driver.
Firefighters, EMS workers and
Police Officers responded to the scene .
as if it were real. Paramedics and
EMTs from Emergyslal began patient
assessments. law e enforcement began
securing the scene and the crew of
BFDs Rescu e One began exricaijng
Ihe entrapped passengers.
Each ot the workers wrho panicipal-


ed knew all too well how real this
seemed, as each has encountered a,
similar situahon in our careers It is,
their hope that. Inrough this demonslra-
tion, young students and drivers will
think before they drink and not drink
and drive.,

Veterans Day Events
Blounislown Middle Schnool will
honor our nation's veterans during an
assen9rr p Friday, [.loerriDer:,,el. ai-
9 00 a.O the BMS ymn'asiim' .'A
special invitation is extended to all vet-
erans who wish to loin us as we recog-
nize Inose who have sacrificed so ruch
for this greal country
A small reception for veterans will
follow in. the school media center.
Those wishing to attend may R S VP.
to Blountstown- Middle School at 674-
8234.
In addition BMS Media Specialist
Wendy Eubanks has coordinated a vet-
.erans display featuring photos, military
uniforms maps medals postcards,
and other memorabilia The display
brings history and heritage to Ille for
siudenis Stop by and check, it out!


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Band Rates Excellent
The Blountstown High School
Marching Tiger Band recently
participated in the District II
Florida Bandmasters Association
Marching Band Festival on
October 29th in Panama City.
The band received an excellent
rating in music, marching, .gen-
eral effect, and color guard for an
overall excellent rating.
Congratulations to the Tiger
Band!
Career Fair
On November 2, 2005, seniors
went to the Career Fair at
Chipola College. The students
were able to walk around and
visit different types of career
booths. Students were also able
to talk with representatives of a
variety of careers ard get ideas
on what vocations- they would
like to pursue after graduation.
The Career Fair was a great
learning experience for all sen-
iors!
-Andrea Paul
Senior News
Senior Trip Paynientt Schedule
2nd payment Nov. 9 -$100
3rd payment Dec. 7 $100
4th payment Jan. 18 $100
5th payment Feb. 17 $85
Fundraiser Dates
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Candy- Jan. 11-Feb.S
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Fri., Nov. ;11 Veterans Day
Program-8:45 A.M.-BHS
Auditorium: \Varsity Football-
Home-South Walton
Mon.. Nov. 14 ASVAB-8 AM
Tues., Nov. 15- FCCLA
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Woman killed in Crim




olisr on S rested water
helping two teens


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor


A Tallahassee woman was
,killed last week in a head-on col-
., vision in Calhoun County.
SBeverly Bryant, 43, was pro-
Snounced dead at the scene of the
accident that occurred Tuesday,
Nov. 1, on SR20 west of
Clarksville. Injured in the crash
; was Brenda Joyce Majors, 58, of
Cairo, Georgia.
According to the Florida
.Highway Patrol, Majors was
westbound on SR 20 in a 1999
-: ord just before 2 p.m. At the
-same time, Bryant was east-


bound in a 2003 Pontiac when
the two collided. The FHP report
didn't indicate how the wreck
occurred, however, it was report-
edly during a heavy shower.
Majors was taken by Calhoun
County Emergystat Ambulance
Service to Jackson Hospital. She
was treated for her injuries and
has since been released.

The accident is being investi-
gated by Tpr. Denise Grimes and
Cpl. Raymond Bailey. Charges
are pending.
Bryant was wearing her seat-
belt at the time of the collision,
however, Majors was not.


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Legal Notice
SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2005-150-CA
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC'REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC.
Plaintiff.
-vs-
SANDRA. D. KITCHEN A/K/A SANDRA
BARFIELD, et al,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE
SALE
S, NOTICE IS'HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an-
Order Rescheduling Sale dated October 12, 2005
and entered Iin Case No. 2005-150-CA of the
-" circuit Court of the FOURTEENTH Judicial
Circuit in and for CALHOUN County. Florida
Swherein MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
'- ON SYSTEMS, INC., is the Plaintiff and SAN-
S- RA D. KITCHEN A/K/A .SANDRA BARFIELD:
UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
-SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY N/K/A JUSTIN
ARFIELD; are the Defendants. I'will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at LOBBY OF
THE CALHOUN COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00
s AM CST, on the 17th day of November, 2005, the
allowing described property as set forth in said
S Final Judgment:
-. COMMENCE ATA CONCRETE MONUMENT (RLS
2456) MARKING THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF THE iORi THEAi T ,:.[ UI.IATE, *:,F -EI
'-.:) 4 TiOTIiHLrIuF 1 NORTH PiAjGE to %tWEST
CiALHOUN I COUNT.i FLOFJDA. T-HENCE SOUiTi-
'O, DEGREES I .lIjr-LiTES '5 SE:COFlDS \WEST
FOR 13,2 FEET TH-E[liE SOUTH S9
S DEiREES t MlINLiTE ,1,0 SECONDS EAST FOR
L I I'I FEET THENCE ,IOLH u0 iEDEREESu9
1- I"NLiTES -4 SECJE(o, V.T'ST FOR 643 74 FEET.
-THENCE NORiTH 69 DEGREES 1O MliNUTES ,:.8
SECON : DS F\E7T F 5OR 4751,O FEET TO THE
FOi'NT OF BEGINNiN(I THEriCE OLiTiH 00
, DEGREE u',a rUIj`MTES 47 SECONDS -EST FOR
it. r. FEET. -Tt-i.NGE-NORTHi 9-D ESCREEi. i-
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 09 MINUTES 47
SECONDS EAST FOR 350.00 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 08 SECONDS
S EAST FOR 175.00 FEET, TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. .
S:'TOGETHER.WITH AN INGRESS AND EGRESS
EASEMENT DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT CONCRETE MONUMENT (RLS
24561 MNARKiTiG THE rJORTH-IVE.ST CORIiEfR
':,F THE NiORTHEAST ,jNE .LU.iRTER .OF SEC-
O-- i, 4 TOWTA-4shi- 1 F iCORrTH RANGrE 10i .EST
CALHOLiN COUNiT' FLORIDA iTHECE.C SOUTH
i 0DEGREEt 13 iN!iNLiTE 59 SECONriDS W'EST
1322 1:1:, ET THENCE SOLUTHi 59 DEGREE. 0r
S. MINUTES 50 SECONDS EAST FOR 131883
FEET THENCE 5OLTH Oi0 DECREES ':'9 Mi[N-
UTE5 47 iECONlDS, WEST FOR 6413 -4 FEET TO
S THE FOi-rT OF BEGINjNING OF A 30 FOOT
I[NGRE65 .ViD EGRESS EASENTET L'iNC 30
FEET LEFT OF TriE FOLLJOWNG COURSESS
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 01 MNNUITE 05
SECONDS \IE5T FOR 125000 FEET FTHE[CE
SOUTH O:i DEGREES 09 tliNUTES 47 SECONT)S.
S 'EST FOR 30 FEET THENCE SOUTH 891
DEGREES Oii liNLjTE O'e SECONDS. EAST FjOR
300.00 FEET THErNCEE SOUTH O0 DEGREES 0i
MINUTES47 SECONDS H,-iST FOR 6:., I00 FEET
TO THE FOiTr OF TERMliniLU OF SAID 31 FOOT
INCRES- AND EGR E55 E.1SEIEMEN. TOGETHER
iT-iHi A MOBILE HOME ,L1IN pGAFL37A2A'S6;P2 i.
AND lIi iGAF L-.75B2.SSF'21
SA/K/A 21920 NW Janney Road, Clarksville, FL
32430.
IT-E'zEE ,,N H-.AND and u-r seail Jf this Court on
Ociocbr i2. 2.'-:05
S Rith W. Attaway,
SClerk ofthe Circuit Court



Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF THE'
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
S Case No.: 05-335
MELLIE O. SHELTON, ALVIN DEAN SEWELL.
VIVIANTAYLOR. ROBERT FLANDERS, and
HENRY EDWARD BROOKS,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
LOIS SIMS, M.J. PACKER, BONNIE PALLONE,
DORIS MAHAN, MARLON SAPP, DOYLE SAPP,
RALPH SAPP, NORRIS PEDDIE, LOUISE
WOa)IBLE GROVER, FAY WOMBLE BATES,
WILLARD C. WOMBLE, JIMMIE WAYNE
WOMBLE. AUBREY FREE, ODIE GOODSON,
S BULRL FR.E NANCY NEHER, BARRY FREE,
DENNIE'FREE, JR., CATHY VICKERY, RONNIE
VICKERY. .JCS9E SHOUN DALE SHOtUN DEANA
OHiN.' N. .,'F.lt DONriELL W.ALACE GLENIl
HUGHES, GWENDOLYN VICKERY PRESTON,
JOANN HIilHEs HOBA' K CRYSTALANN WOR-
RING, L.,i;B,.l., WOM'BLE-RJCE, PAUL DAVID..
S LEE TIMOlHY \' LEE, ROBERT LEE, DEBBIE
LEE ALLiNA LEE ALLEN POE LEE, DAVID
.BOI.DER. anld anm other UNKNOWN HIERS,
S DEVISE, CGR.ri-EES. ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, and ALL OTHER PAR-
TIES CLAIMING THROUGH. UNDER, OR
AGAINST THE ESTATE OF JOHN. BRYANT
S SEWELL a/k/a J.B.SEWELL,
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ALL DEFENDANTS, and any other
U.- KNOWN HEIRS DEVISEE, GRANTEES.
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
Tr(iU'TEI.- inmd ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
THROUGH UNDER, OR AGAINST THE ESTATE
OF JOHN BRYANT SEWELL a/k/a J.B.SEWELL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to partition
the following ,property in Calhoun County,
Florida: ,
All of the North Half of the Southeast Quarter of
S- Section 24, Township 2 North,. Range 10 West,
S Calhoun Cotinty, Florida: LESS AND EXCEPT the
following: Begin at the Northwest corner of the
Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
Section 24, .Township 2 North, Range 10 West,
and run thence East 528 feet for the Point of
Beginning: thence run East 1104 feet to State
Road 73: thence run,South 210 feet; thence run
West 1104 feet; thence run North 210 feet to Point
of Beginning.
has been filed against you and you are requited to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it


on WADE MERCER. plaintiffs attorney, whose
address is 4431 Lafayette Street, Marianna,'
Florida, 32466, on or before December 5, 2005,
and file the original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded int he
complaint.
DATED this 24th day of October, 2005.
HON. RUTH W. AT'AWAY,
As Clerk of the Court
November 9, 16, 2005


Legal Notice,
INVITATION TO BID
The Calhoun County School Board will receive
Sealed bids until 4:00 P.M. Monday, November 28,
2005'for the purchase of the following:
Meats and Frozen Fodds, and Food Service
Products for use in the school cafeterias for the
bid period of January 1, 2006 through May 31,
2006.
Any additional Information or bid forms
required may be obtained at the School Lunch
Office, 16651 SE River Street. Blountstown, FL
32424. Each bidder submitting a bid must use
bid forms, otherwise bids will not be considered.
Any bid submitted after the specified hour and
date will not be opened or considered. The Board
accepts no responsibility for mailed proposals
that arrive at the School Lunch Office after the
above stated time even though the envelope may
reflect a postmark prior to the above date.
The boad a ri --, t-ri : ,: rair t-[ ':I.. .[or reje*: ,c
am-\ Or all bids Ti-re d,c l:.r of i. r Bl.- 0.l t_
I.'ial N.:. t.l. rrm bte M -iLrrari t, .,in, t-id.-i:r ior
a pen.id :.1i f rr, 131- 1 a "- it'i bid;- ae opened
Tri,.ntr irn-itr, C rairnmai
Callh.our, C.:.unn 'School :oa.ir
ATTEST.
hir S.ue rNe- Superintendent
CALhuri- Counrn Scho:.l:
S -*iNovemer 9 i62-'.-200*'


Legal Notice
PUBLIC AUCTION
Mallory Towing and Recovery will hold a public
auction on October 14; 2005 at 2:00 p.m. (CD
on a:
2001 Dodge P/U, Blue in Color
V.in# 3B7HCi2Y11G176488
.Auction will be held at Mallory Towing and
Rec,:,:er, inc at i8329 Nionh Mrain 5tSer Hi--,
I1 Norh m BlcunU'oMT,
Mdll:or T.:.vin.l ar-.. Fictc.ery r':er. -i ri'. ngh
t1. relec[ in', and all build
Nov. 9,2005


Legal Notice
BID NOTICE
STATE;HOUSING INITIATIVES
"SHIP PROGRAM"
The Calhoun.Board of Cour.i, Coirmiir jTsionr,
will accept sealed bids or,. tehall ,: Ir: 'r.te
Housing Initiatives Partnership "SHIP" Program
for the r.n at- orlt'i i unrtl 12 30 P M 1 :c..:altime
on TuJcls-a D'lemter:er 6 20i' Bi-i may be
dell.ered r..:, h, I:ierk l Olliie Irn he C3lhoun
C(-.:.nr,' Curin:use BI:,unrti:ian Florida
32424 Bids mru' ar ri:. before deadlinre. Bids
will be opened on December 6, 2005 at 2:05 p.m.
or as soon afterwards as possible.
S Bids must be sealed in an envelope marked
"Sealed Bid For "SHIP Rehab" and identified by
the name of the firm, and the date and time of the
bid openingg,
Bid sheets and specifications may be obtained
b. o,,ntciuri Doalnm FParrish, or Faye. Bailey,
SHI',,lF n lir .'.oi-i 210,'- E i .[ ,.jri r 1 ..' r,,J,'
Roo-im 309. Blj:-unrr.-v.nT FlI,,nia phone im501C
674-80-)46 .-r 74 -2571 A Mna t'r, FP'reld,
C:.rd'rence i11l r.e held o:,n Thuril.3,a D.:cmt-cr 1,
2005 at 9 0J AM1 I locl umie in te C:alrdnun
Building Department located ron the 3rd floor .f
the Calhour, C-..urty- C.:urtnhou:e
Rehabs will t.e tl i jt i_ i e r-_, p-:-.r.ibutry :1 rrie
%enaor cornracrior to purchase all, permits
deemed necessary.
Bidders must provide proof of general liability
and '1Workman C ompeniu.on ir.urance in the
bid package. The insurance must be in force at.
Lhe un-.e oi ihe bnil operudng ,i- n alterative to
pru'ldinr g .oruians C-:mpn..auon Insurance,'
Lre pro..ecltWe btild.lr ,inall pr...de pro.:'-.o ,I
Wi:-rker Corrn.FinaUonr E'em'iprjoh Any person
clalminy 1o be Luempi snall be -ubilct to an on-
ihe-ilub InpF.ecun for proc- l' : e.ermption and:
licene o l i oll rke.ri onjr, -.b i[
S Minority contractors are encouraged to partici- '
pate. Calhoun Count, I an Equal Opp:,rruniry
Jurisdiction The C alh,,un Coun,r. Board :f
Co:unt', Cormmli si,-,oer resr-e &l',e nahr 1i reilct
an anrid all bid- and t.- iaje ain, infoiri-,ljn
The iaring of the Contrmar is conuri,-nirt ipon
the approval of and/or release of iundi tr he
loinda Hou.tg finance Agency.
Calh-:.ur, C-:untr i'/'an Equal Opp-:,.rurnr. Fali-
Houing Courn-,
'Nov. 9, 16, 2005


Legal Notice
WEATHERIZATION BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners will accept
sealed bids on December 6, 2005 at 2:10 P.M. or
as soon afterwards as practical in the County
SCommission Board Room, 20859 Central Avenue
East, in Blountstown, Florida for contractors
interested in the heai.henzmr, of houses and
mobile homes. Spe.fi.:aun-.r, mr-v be picked up
at the Weatherization Office between the hours of
7:00 A.M. anid 3:30 .P.M. Bidders must provide
proof of General Liability and Workman's
Compensation Insurance in the Bld Package. The
Insurance must be in force at the time of the'bid
opening. As an alternative to providing
Workman's Compensation Insurance.- the
prospective bidder shall provide proof of worker's
compensation exemption. Any person claiming to
be exempt shall be subject to an on-the-Job
inspection for proof of exemption and license of all
workers on job site. For further information,
. please contact Faye Bailey at 674-2571.
The Board of County Commissioners reserves the
right to reject any or part of all 8fds.
lrov. 9,16, 2005


runaway from home

A man who allegedly helped two
teenage girls runaway from home
has been charged with lewd and
lascivious battery and interference
with child custody.
Jon Charles Pippin, 20, was
taken into custody Nov. 3.
According to' the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Deputies
Zack Barber and Eddie Dalton
responded to a walk-in complaint
Thursday about two teenage girls
that were missing. The grandmoth-
er of one of the missing girls said
she woke up that morning and dis-
covered her granddaughter was
gone. She was contacted by a
mother who advised her daughter
was also missing and they suspect-
ed they might be together. They
provided a list of names of people
they could possibly be with and
Pippin was on the list.
Y The deputies went to Pippin's
residence and he denied knowing
,an-\thing about where the, girls
were. They continued investigating
and the case led back to Pippin.
One witness advised Pippin took
the, girls to Alabama, but they
decided to return back to
-lountsto\%i. He then, dropped
them off at another friend's house.
At some point during the trip,
Pippin was allegedly intimate with
one of the girls:
The deputies contacted Pippin
again and he provided a -sworn
statement, admitting to, taking the
girls to Alabama without permis-
sion and having physical contact
with one of them.
Pippin was booked into the


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Calhoun County Jail and released
on a $7000 property bond.

Woman crashes car

under influence,

crack can found

Vicki Ann Layfield, 40, was
arrested Nov. 1 on charges, of DUI,
refusal to submit to test, and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia. She
was also'cited for possession of a
controlled substance and careless
driving.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep. Chris
Porter assisted the Blountstown
Police Department with the case
just before 2 a.m. at the intersec-
tion of River Street and Elmore
Avenue. Layfield had allegedly been
traveling northbound on River
Street when she crossed the road-
way and struck the metal protec-:
tion posts at a fire hydrant onl the
west side of. the street, causing
damage to the steering system of
her vehicle and rendering it
undrivable.
Ofc. Juett Melvin arrived at the
accident and found Layfield behind
the wheel with the engine running
and flashing the headlights. OtIc.
Melvin helped her out of the vehicle
and received consent to search the
car. The search turned.up a, beer
can that had been modified.:to
smoke crack cocaine. Residue on
the can tested positive for cocaine.
Dep. Porter administered a field
sobriety test which Layfield failed.
Once at the BPD, La1ield refused a
urine test.
SLa:-field was booked into the
C alhoun County Jail and given a
conditional release; the following
.day. ''. .


1806489 1 Cell. 5


Band members busted

after trespassing on

business property

Two band members who said.
they were "bored" ended up behind
bars on trespassing charges
Saturday night.
Arrested were Stephen John
Nagy, Jr;, 18, and Addison Reed
Odeneal, 20, both of Tallahassee.

According to the Blountstown
Police Department, Ofc. David
Creamer and Ofc. Juett Melvin
were conducting foot patrol down-


town just before 10 p.m. when they
spotted two men walking'in the
alley behind Nero's Radio & TV on
North Main. They watched as the
pair picked up a large fluorescent
bulb from the trash :behind
Diamond Corner and slammed the
bulb against a wall behind Nero's,
shattering shards of thin glass in
the back door area of the business.

As the officers approached the
men, they fled, but stopped after a
short foot pursuit. The pair, who
were reportedly members of a band
scheduled to play at the 'Alamo
nightclub downtown, said they
were "just bored" when they broke
the glass on the building.


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Tourism-


I NEWS & EVENTS from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce
I 20Isi iCen:ral \'enue Ea,. Sdlt 2* BlouiL-own. Florida 32421
.(50i 67441-19 rF : (85U0 h74-19b2


By Jessie M. Ehrich
Chamber Staff Assistant

Membership Meeting/Clerk,
Workshop
Don't for:ct this_ week'.
dwrkshop! For the convenience
of the Clerk of Court, the date
and location of the November
monthly membership meeting
is changed to the second
Thursday of the month
(November 10th) and the
Calhoun County Courthouse.
2nd Floor Courtroom (20859
Central Avenue East). Ruth
Attaway. the Clerk of Court,
\wll host a workshop demon-
strating how to use the Clerk's
web site.
Ms. Attaway asks that par-,
ticipants arrive by 11:30 a.m::
CST to make their selection of
Subway sandwiches that she
will have available. If you


Location Phoen, Ariz
Banking/Turns 1 ead9ere~,a
Distance mlI
Shape Oval
Last Year's Winner: Dale Eamhardt Jr.
Qualifying Record Ryan Newman 135.854 mph in 2004
Race Record: Tony Stewart 118.132 mph in 1999
Race Time: 3:00 pm ET, Nov. 13th

LOiCaled in Phoenir. ithe Proein.
SInrerr.tional Speedway hosts the
NJASCAR Nextel Cup, Busch: Grand
Slaronai and Craftsman Truck series
i'-a ,n asiddion to IRL and ROLEX races.
In 19.1, The PiR ai car.cd -ut of
the foothills of:the Estrella Mounls.n-. Then ,n r198
the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Ser.es racing carrme 1 Ire
PIR and auto racing in Phoenix became a major
sporting aliracion for the "Valley o1 nc rSun Dale
Earnhardi Jr ;z Ihe ilo-time deierndrig Che-cker
SAuto'Partr 5C00 Champion and is a favorite among the
iarnF ;in.ce r.e nas ifnihed in the top-five in his last
four races ai PIR


haven't made your reservation,
contact the Chamber immedi-
ately (via telephone: (850) 674-
4519, or e-mail:
ccchamber@yahoo.com).

Altha Festival
The "4th Annual Altha
Heritage Festival & Antique
Tractor Pull and Bog-In" is on
November 18th through 19th
from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The event will be held at the
Altha Area recreation Complex
north of Altha on Bodiford
Road off of Highway 71 North.
This year's event includes a
car show.
For more information, pick
up flyers' from the Chamber's
.display shelves, contact the,
Chamber (telephone: 850-674-
4519 or, e-mail: ccchamber
@yahoo.com), or call Altha
Town.Hall (762-3280).


Through Nov 6 2005
2005 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1i Tor, Slewia 'l ;55
2 Jrrime Jornr,.,n 621
3i Carl Erdara. 6173
I iGreg Bnie 613:
51I MrK Manrn ji1)2
61 Man Kenri..eir .l'n
SR,a ricrin C.r': In
31 Kun Bu.i-.:nr 5.4
Il Ru,P vll J3ce iij4
1 1 Jererr, r..la jiii,3l W e58

2005 Busch Grand National"
-Driver Points
1 1 M'rnriTru- Ir 4511
2i ClIrl B.:.;'..y ," .. :', 44 11
31 Carl EOaara, ,41 JO
41 Feea Sin-inor, 4,Ji:2
51 Dernn. n- rrain 3842
6) Kenny Wallace 3768
7) Paul Menard 3 .',
81 Da,., Green 3520
9) Jason Keller 3504
101i Da', d Slemrr. 3457


I.'h.,H tor,,ncr cm.',nt.,nar.rl:n o nginal-
ly from Coipus Christie, Texas?
a) Terry and Bobby Labonte
b) Ru. rl, Mike an-: Ke,,-,,-,, 1'all.-e
c) Ward and Jeff Burton
d) Darrell and MichaelWaltrip
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sites are: www.visitflorida.com
and www.visitflorida.org.
Harvey Campbell, TDC
Executive Director of Columbia
County, and Jeff Barwick,
Executive Director of Hendry
County Tourism, spoke about
the success stories in their com-
munities; how Calhoun County
could learn from their experi-
ences; and how Calhoun County
could partner with their counties
and other Florida counties to
promote eco-tourism. The
emphasis of their presentations
was to find what is unique about
Calhoun County and use that to
promote this area.
Howard Pardue, Acquisition
Coordinator of the Florida Trail
Association; described how
extensive, -the Florida National
Scenic Trail (FNST) is and that
plans are already progressing to
connect the .trail through
Calhoun County. The entire.
Florida Trail System encompass-
es more than 1,800 miles of hik-.
ing in Florida. According to a new
University of Florida study. near-
ly 245.000 people hiked the
Florida Trail in the 2003-2004
hiking season. Check out their'
web site at: ww\w.florida-trail.org.
Michelle Mitchell. Florida Trail
Manager of the National Forests
in Florida. gave a vern entertain-
ing account of statistics on FNST
hikers. Her agency contracted
,with the University of Florida to
survey FNST users and deter-
mined that most participants
who use. theitrails aren.- their,..
for[t (or retired). have an,
income in ,the S40.000 range
(20"':' are over $100.000). and are
mainly interested in family-style
activities. Ms. Mitchell interpret-
ed those statistics to mean that
trail users. bring money into
counties without disruption to
the quiet lifestyle of residents.
Special thanks to Tony
Shoemake, Main Street
President, for preparing/display-
ing the videos/slides and Ben
Burnham, Chamber Board-
Secretary-Treasurer, for taking
candid pictures of the event.


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Driver's Highlights:
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2004: Finished eighth in points
2003: NASCAR champion
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2000: Won 2000 Coa-Cola 600 at Lowe's


Roush Racing President Geoff Smithi'said Chip
Ganassi Racing had asked, for a one-week
extension on the three-way .trade between
Roush, Ganassi and Penske Ra.:,rn, The deal
would send Kurt Busch to Penske, Jamie
McMurray to Roush and possibly another dri-
ver to Ganassi to fill a vacancy in McMurray's
No. 42 Dodge. Roush and Penske apparently
Shave worked out their ends of the transaction
with sponsors and drivers, leaving Ganassi
with a few loose ends.


The Calhoun County Health
Department announces The
Freedom From Smoking clinic
that will be held at the Calhoun
County Health Department The
Calhoun County Health
Department will be offering the
Freedom From Smoking clinic
formatted from The American
Lung Association. This is the lat-
est information on how to quit
and stay quit.
A 'Thinking About Quitting"
session will be held at the
Calhoun County Health
Department ,on Monday
November 14, at .5:00 pm.
Interested parties can register at
the session, or by phoning the

Br Announ


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'Dickies 500 Results Race Review
D Start Finish Make Sposo ,Polnts/Bonus Carl Edwards took the checkered flag on Sunday for his
Carl Edaard 30 1 'Ford Office Depot." 185/5 second consecutive victory. "Were trying to win the
Mark Man.n 8 2 Ford '- Viagra 175/5 championship by -,a..r.n iun Outi Irere," Edwards said.
Mlan Keriselr, 3 3 Ford DeWalt Power Tools 175/10 "If we lose it, we'll still have fun." Edwards stuck a per-
Ca.e, Meart 35 4 Dodge Target : 165/5 fect landing on his now-traditional backflip from the win-
.I.mmnr, Jioir.n 11 5 Chevrolet Lowe's 160/5 dow of his Ford. The win moved Edwards to third in the
Tor,, SleAa.t 16 6 Chevrolet The Home Depot 155/5 Chase, 77 points behind leader Tony Stewart vith two
Denny Hamlin 14 7 Chevrolet FedEx Kinko's- 146/0 races remaining. Greg Biffle finished 20th slipping to
Dale Earnhardt Jr. '10 8 Chevrolet Budweiser 142/0 fourth in the standings. Martin moved up to fifth, one
Elliott Sadler 12 9 Ford Combos, ., 138/0 point behind teammate Biffle'and Newman wound up
Kurt Busch 18 10 Ford CrownRoyal 134/0 finishing 25th, dropping him to seventh place.




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Department at 674-5645 and
asking for Susan.

Freedom From Smoking is an
eight-session stop-smoking clinic
offered by the Calhoun County
Health Department. A profes-
sionally trained instructor helps
smokers: create a supportive
environment to break the smok-
ing addiction. Each smoker who
joins this clinic will develop an
individual plan for quitting.
In the clinic, emphasis will be
on long-term freedom from
smoking. The ex-smokers will
identify the pitfalls of relapse,
,and carefully plan to prevent it.
The clinic includes the latest
improved skills for good stress
management, weight control,
assertive communication and
exercise -skills to help them suc-
ceed.


During the Freedom From
Smoking clinic, the instructor
will teach a step-by-step method
of changing behavior and quit-
ting smoking. This group
approach uses positive thinking,
alternative behaviors, one-on-
one help, rewards and group
support to help participants stop
smoking. There will be a totaltof
eight classes at the price 'of
$25.00.


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Erica Marie Fowler and Marc:
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birth 'of their daughter, Alexia
LeAnn Tyus, born on September'
26, 2005 at 11:16 amn,
She weighed 7 pounds, 7
ounces and was,20-1/4 Inches
long. Lexi's grandparents ore
Sam and Jonet Walden of
Clarksville and Loaern Tyus of
Sneads'. Greot-grondparernts are
,John Henry and Dorthy Tipton of
Clarksville, Evelyn Spires of
Kinesvllle, Ray and Lindo Fowler of
Tollahassee and Christell'Woiden
of Clarksville. Great, great-grand-
parents are vildrecl and E G.
Summerlin of Clarksville and Alma
Fowler of Hosforc
Alexia was welcomed' home
by many aunts, uncles, cousins,
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 9, 2005, Page 12


: CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
OCTOBER 18, 2005
PRESENT AND ACTING:
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN
EARL HUNT, VICE-CHAIR-
MAN
SDANNY RAY WISE
JIM PICKRON
JERAL HALL, SR
TONY PHINNEY, DEPUTY
M ATT FUQUA, ATTORNEY
S RUTH W. ATrAWAY, CLERK
JANICE HOLLEY, DEPUTY
CLERK
SThe meeting was called to
order by Deputy Phinney, with
prayer and pledge of allegiance
led by Attorney Fuqua.


PLANNING COMMISSION
The Planning Commission met
at 4:00 P.M. with the following
motions requiring action by the
Board of County Commissioners:
1. Newsome Subdivision
Preliminary Plat. Carried 5-0
subject to approval by the
County Attorney and County
Surveyor.
S 2. Construction of tempo-
rary Land Management Office.
Carried 5-0.
3. Change in requirements
regarding meeting packets and
due dates. Submission by appli-
cant to be filed by 1st Wednesday
of each month. Carried 5-0.
4. Motion to draft a provi-
: I- on to require roads to be paved.
No action was taken.


MAXIE WALDORFF, IDA
BOARD
Mr. Waldorff presented to the
Board the Environmental
Assessment for the Extension
and Paving of the Runway at the
Calhoun County Airport.
Mr. Waldorff presented to the
Board for approval and execution
a Joint Participation Agreement
to approve the DOT funding for
extending and paving the runway
at the Calhoun County Airport
for $925,000.00. After discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve said Joint
Participation Agreement.
Mr. Waldorff presented to the
Board for approval and execution
Resolution # 2005-24 authoriz-
ing Commissioner Pickron to
execute and enter into the State
of Florida, Department of
Transportation Joint
Participation Agreement. After
discussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Hunt, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to approve and execute
Resolution 2005-04.
Mr. Waldorff discussed with,
the Board the access road at the
Airport. Mr. Waldorff stated that
the Florida Department of
Transportation (DOT) has 100%
special funding for the access
road at the airport. He stated
that the road would come off
Magnolia Church Road into the
Airport. The, road will also be
access to the Waste Water
Treatment Plant. Sheriff Tatum
is planning to develop the west


WHO COULD BE GETTING MAIL AT THE CEMETERY? Tnot s the question
Lois Bennet abovev) was asking last week. Sre and rer daughter,
Spirley Lewis were' traveling on SR 71 South when Shirley noticed the
mailbox of Pine Memorial Cemetery, Lois and Shirley became curious.
wnen tne/didn't spot a house on either side of the street and won-
dered just who in the cemetery was receiving mail."We were laughing
s] hard," Shirley tells The County Record. She snapped this photo after
Ier mother took a peek inside the box. The mystery continues...


Letters cont'd


-policed walking trails. show
complexes on public property,
sharp rock roads cutting
tires. .continue on and on.
Jehue Landing lawsuit $12,000+
and no end in sight; Lee Hill
Road (Moore's lawsuit and'Sam
Atkins Park) mounting dam-
ages...
Right or wrong elected (not un-
,elected) lawyers. legally entitled
clean air-food-water and water-
less toilets are all anonymous to
me and rankle "Scotch"
Relatives. It's no help that I was
a former member of a 'Zoning
Board, Tax Board, and County-
Commission. or that (Uncle)'
John C. Calhoun would roll over
concerning the amount of pre-
capita conflicts-of-interests here;
along with the growing mess in
..Tallahassee (where State,
County, and City Elected
Lawyers blatantly sue each other
despite and over the dead body of

Benefit cookout to


help with Severance
family's medical costs
A Benefit Cookout to help with
medical costs for the late
Darlene Severance will be held
Friday, November 11th at 11:00
a.m. (ET) at Whitfield Recycling
on Virginia Weaver Road in
Bristol.
You may also make donations
to Frank Severance at P.O. Box
25, Bristol, FL. For more infor-
Smation call 643-5712.

Apalachicola River
Indian Tribal board
meeting November 15
The Apalachicola River Indian
Tribal Organization (ARCITO) will
hold it's monthly board meeting
at the Library in Bristol on
November 15th at 7:00 p.m.
S All members are invited to
Attend.
For more information, call
Eunice Scoggins at 643-2950.


our Article II, Sec. 3, Florida
Constitution).
Maybe Mike Willis should sue.
Radical change vs. lack of inter-
est could create another
Tallahasseel
Respectfully,
Mike Calhoun, cc/cc (concerned
citizen/calhoun county)

Genealogical Society
conference Nov. 11-12
at Bay Point Marriott
The Florida State Genealogical
Society's 29th annual conference
will be held at the Bay Point
SMarriott Resort in Panama City
on Nov. 11 and 12 with Donna NI
Moughty featured guest speaker.
Cost of the conference is $85
for members and $95 for non-
members. Price includes a Friday
night banquet and a Saturday
luncheon.
For information contact C.
Ann Staley at astayley@com-
cast.net or visit the FSGS web
site at www.rootsweb.com/~flsgs


Meeting of Daughters
of Confederacy set
SThe William Henry Milton,
Chapter 1039 United Daughters
of the Confederacy will meet at
noon on Tuesday, Nov. 15. The
meeting will be held in the
County Commission room at the.
Jackson County Admirustration
Building on Madison Street in
Marianna, just east of the court-
house.
This history and heritage
group welcomes all female
descendants of confederate vet-
*-erans. For' reservations, call
850/482-5216.

All libraries will close
Fri. for Veterans Day
All Calhoun County Libraries
will be closed on 'Saturday,
November 12th in observance of
Veteran's Day.


side of the'runway and the road
will give access to that develop-
ment. He stated that ATS is leas-
ing the Catfish Plant, and they
could also use the access road.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hunt,
seconded by Commissioner Hall
and carried for the IDA Board to
pursue this funding.
JOEY BRADY, DIVISION OF
FORESTRY
Mr. Brady presented to the
Board the Forest Management-
Fire Control Projects Annual
Report.
He updated the Board on spe-
cial accomplishments by the
Calhoun County CFA.
CLERK ATTAWAY
Clerk Attaway informed the
Board' of a meeting at Callahan's
Restaurant, November 1, 2005 in
reference to grants for Calhoun
County.
Clerk Attaway reminded
Commissioners' Grant, Hunt and
Wise that the Value Adjustment
Board will meet Friday October
21, 2005 at 9:00 A.M.
The October 4, 2005 minutes
were approved as amended.
ATTORNEY FUQUA


Attorney Fuqua stated that he
would meet with Attorney House
in reference to the Jehue
Landing Lease.
COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise stated
that he was asked by a property
owner if the County would take
the necessary steps to fix the
Bailey Pit so he could get to his
property on the backside of the
pit. The Board directed the Clerk
to research the lease and report
back.
COMMISSIONER PICKRON
Commissioner Pickron asked
Attorney Fuqua to prepare a
Surrender of Lease Agreement for
Doyle and Charlotte Daniel's
Barrow Pit. Commissioner
Pickron stated that the Daniels
agreed to accept the property "as
is" and to release the County
from any obligations owed by the
County to the Daniels pursuant
to that Lease Agreement. The
Board agreed for Attorney Fuqua
to prepare the lease.
There being no further busi-
ness, the Board did adjourn.
ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN


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Deadline

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- Fax: 674-5008
e-mail:
classifieds@thecountyrecord.net


CARS & TRUCKS
1989 Chevy 2500 pickup truck, 4x4.
$1200. 1991 Ford Mustang, 2.3L, $800.
Call 674-4725 after 11:00 a.m.
Chrysler LaBaron, 1993, convertible,
looks good, runs good. By appointment
only. Call 674-3615.

FOR RENT
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no pets.
674-4011.
Small 1 bdr., 1 bath house on 1/2 acre
lot 3 miles north oh Hwy. 69. Recently
remodeled. Clean. $400 deposit, $375
month. Call 674-5059 or 674-5921
RV lots for rent. RV campers for sale,
lease and. or rent to own. $75 and $85
weekly. 2 locations. Call 674-7616.


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

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

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at

800-847-6422


RV trailers $75 $80 week, most util-
ities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers when avail-
able. Call 674-4011.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or factory
refurbished computers, Monitors, Inkjet &
Laser Printers, CD's, CD-RW, CD Drives,
Zip Drives, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call Russell A, Peterson at (850) 674-
2958, 17785 Crozier St., Blountstown. E-
mail: russellp@digitalExpt.Com,
RainSoft water system for sale. Will
take care of a whole house or small busi-
ness.. Will also trade for bushog, disk,
box blade mower for farm tractor. Call
762-8184..
(2) metal fireplace inserts with electric
blowers. Includes glass and screen
doors. Measures 43x26x16 and
36x25x16. Almost new, asking $400.


THE H.O.P.E.

PROGRAM
Currently seeking FT/PT
Youth Workers to work
with female adolescents
w/emotional and/or
behavioral issues. All
applicants must be a high
school graduate and at
least 21 years or age with
a valid driver's license.
Please call
(850)722-6117.


HELP WANTED
VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III -F/C
POSITION #70032210
GULF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
SALARY $1000.77 $1,603.26 BIWEEKLY

The Florida Department ol Corrections is accepting applications for a Vocational
Instructor III F/C. This position is located at Gull Correctional Institution in
Wewan;ichKa.. Florida. Area ol instruction is electrical This is not a classroom
sehing and requires hands on training with inmates. This is a Career Service
position with lull state benefits.
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or G.E.D:, and have three years
work experience in the area of trade field applying lor.
Qualified applicants should submit a State of Florida employment application
with above position number no later than 11:59 PM EST on November 10, 2005
to Convergys, ATTN: People First, Stahing Administration, PO Box 44058,
Jacksonville. Florida 32231. Applicants may apply on line. at HTPS://
PEOPLEFIRST.MYFLORIDA.COM or call 1-877-562-7287.
The Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If; you require an
accommodalibn to participate in the application/selection process, please
contact the hiring authority or personnel ortice in advance, Certain veterans and
spouses of veterans receive preference in employment by the state as provided
by Chapter 295. Florida Statutes, and are encouraged to apply.
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High Hope Farms
U Pick Tomatoes
Blountstown Field Open 7 Days

$7.00 For A

Five Gallon,

Bucket
From Blountstown take 69N toward
SGrand Ridge.
Go 1 mile to Hwy 549. Turn left,
follow road. You will come to a stop
sign. Keep going straight. The
Farm is ori the left. Look for sign.

Phone 545-7420

Call 674-5018 or 674-2821.
(1) livestock trailer, 27', real good con-
dition; (1) 24' flatbed, like new. Call 762-
2182.
Baby bed with mattress, natural wood,
excellent condition, $60; complete
Noah's Ark infant bedding set from JC
Penny, $40; Evenilo Envision high chair,
$20; KX100 2 stroke dirt bike, $1100.
Call 643-3881'
Dining room set with 4 chairs and
hutch, ivory color, $300. Call 674-4666
after 5:00 p.m.
PETS FOR SALE
White English Bulldog, male and
female Blue Heeler, .both about a year
old. Need a good home. Call 674-2283.:

FREE PETS
Free kittens. 8 wks old Call 674-8548
or 674-8119 and leave message
8 month old Black Lab. male Free to,
a good home Call 67-4-7571,'ask for
Dennis.

HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!!
NO e>.i.r;-n.:e required. Werner
Enterprises"has immediate openings for
entry-level semi drivers Our avg. drivers
earn more than $36K first year. 6000 of
our drivers get home nightly/weekly. 15-
day CDL training available in your area.
Call today 1-866-280-5309.
Need someone to watch children for a
work at home mom Monday Friday from
8:00 until 1 00 Call Sarah at 674-2301

LIVESTOCK
Horses for sale. Call 762-4187.

LOST & FOUND
Lost: 2 yr. old brown female,
Chihuahua with white feet. Last seen on
Saturday on SR 71 halfway between
Ashley Shiver Road and Hwy. 275/71
intersection. Reward offered. Call J.D.
Sat 762-4120

FREE PETS
White English bulldog, male. 7 mos.
',old Needs a good home with yard, real
gentle. doesn't bile, not a hunting dog
$50 Cal 762-9329

REAL ESTATE


TERRY
ENTERPRISES
BACKHOE& DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEAN.IG. '
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RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$25 I x10...$45
10x20...$80
*** NO DEPOSIT ***
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8597


For Lease: All or part. Nice commer-
cial building, 7300 sq. ft., 32 office
spaces, 4 restrobmrs, lobby/waiting room,
2 file rooms, safe, conference room,
security room, 1.27 acres, 41 parking
spaces. 19452 Hwy,, 20, Blountstown,
FL 32424. Call 850-573-6198 or 573-
7079.
15 acres high and dry land in Mossy,
Pond area, $6,000 per acre; 10 acres in
Mossy Pond area on payed road, $9,000
per acre. Myrhammar Real Estate, 762-
3885.
Business for sale: Once Remembered
Gifts and Lea's Country Candles. Can be,
sold separately. Located in doublewide
mobile home on Hwy. 20 W. Call 850-1
674-7833 or 643-6961.


Reasonable Rates .
Free Estimates ;I
.pall Chris Nissley.

J!81 or Ce :ll6


YARD SALE
Rummage sale at Southside Assembly
of God Church. Hwy 71 S on Sat. 8 00
until. All proceeds will go to the church.
Yard sale, Sat., Nov. 12 at'corner of
Folsom & Main St. 7 30 a.m. Child's
kitchen set Christmas decorations,
kitchehware, clothing and much more
Yard sale, Saturday in Vickery O'Bryan
Insurance parking lot
Yard:sale, Sat..;at C &'C Pawn from 8-
1 Ladies clothing infant girl clothing,
crystal, Marcastie and other jewelry, must
see, Ilke new, (2) leather jackets, 10-12,
$25. (31 prom dresses 7-8, $21 & $25,
$50. summer style wedding gown, 11-12,
$50 Call 674-2350


Yard sale Sat., 8-12,
Morris Rd. Clothes,
books, misc. items.


Si Flrida Panhandle Properties I
16124 NW Hanna Tower Rd, Altha, Fl 32421
850-762-2400 Office 850-762-2401 Fax
email: mailto:carla@wfeca.net :
www.flpanhandleproperties.com
Michael D. Trickey Broker
Carla Trickey Peacock -Realtor

SJackson County -327 acres of PRIME HUNTING! Contains an
abundance of deer, turkey and ducks. Land includes 15 acre +/- I
SCypress pond and creek that flows about a mile through. Also has
approx. 200 acres of 17 yr old pines and mature hardwoods.
Mainly flat to gently rolling land, excellent interior roads, and
locked gated entrance. A hunter's paradise! $1,250,000. $3,823
per acre! Great price, give us a call!
l Gulf County 245 acres of picturesque property graced with
large oaks. 1/4 mile long private drive, 60 acres fenced.for horses,
.several barnsfeed room, 2, story home. This property is approx.
20 miles north from St. Joe and beaches. $5,000,000.
. Clarksvilie Great little home on Four Mile Creek. Home is under
renovations. Swim in your own back yard. Won't last long at
$65,000.
U Sink 'reek Well kept 2BR/1BA block home on 1/2 acre, recent
renovations, new. cabinets 'paint, great for starter home or
excellent rental potential. Short drive to 1-10 and Super Wal-Mart 1;
Sand Lowes. $60.000
Calhoun Co. 80 acres of PRIME HUNTING near Jackson Co.
Line In northwestern Calhoun County. Loaded with deer and turkey,
Ten Mile Creek and Jack Creek flow through property. Consists of
Spines and hardwoods, would make a greal Hunting retreat.
$640,000
Martin Sewell Rd -10 acres with very well maintained SW mobile
riome with some furnishing'. 5 sheds on property. Property ronis
SMartin Sewell Rd .and paved Porter Grade Rd.
Bristol Home on Turkey Creek Rd, just east ol Bristol orf Hwy
20. Plenty of parking with several carports. .Country living, yel
Convenient to town.
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Yard sale at 18249 NE Frank Williams
Lane. Live Oak Heights Blounrstown,
Saturday, 7.30 a m until Arcade size air
hockey table, bicycles, new bathroom
cabinets and fixture, new light fixtures,
various other building supplies and
household items.


FOR RENT

1,2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
'"The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance

Sutton Creek.A)Paiment
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-6744202
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ilountstown, FL
674-4202
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 9,2005, Page 14

SCovenant Hospice to honor veterans with...


Photo exhibit at library


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In a spirit of gratitude and
Heartfelt recognition of their serv-
ice and sacrifices, Covenant
Hospice will be hosting special
SVeteran's Recognition
Celebrations throughout its 35
county service area.
The community is invited to
view a photography exhibit of
some of Covenant Hospice's
Veteran patients that will be on
display during November-
SNational Hospice Month -
around the region, The exhibit
will be at the Calhoun County
Public Library on North Pear
Street in Blountstown Nov. 21
through 30.
The exhibit features photo-
- graphs of patients, family photos
Sand a brief biography of their
special memories, achievements
and military service. Professional
photography services were
donated, by Tracy Norris of
Platinum Images. Covenant
'Hospice saw a need to recognize
these veterans because many of
them will not be able to attend or
participate in the traditional
recognition events held in their
communities due to their condi-
tion.
In addition, Covenant Hospice
representatives will be perform-
ing ceremonies in vanous nurs-
ing homes, assisted living facilh-
ties, and patient homes. They
will present each veteran with a
- Hospice and Veteran's
S- Partnership pin and a certificate
- expressing gratitude for their


under are free. Advance tickets
canl be Purcliased at Golden
Drug Store, Daruw\ Rvals. Ser-ior
Citizens Office and fr~oniall local
Board members.
All proceeds xMIl provide
matching, funds for the Calhoun
Co~inty Senior Citizens.


NOTICE

2005 TAX ROLLS OPENS

FOR COLLECTION

The 2005 Tax Roll has been certified by Terrell
Stone, Calhoun County Property Appraiser and
is open for collection bjy Calhoun County Tax
Collector, Doris Burkett. The Tax Roll opened
for collection Nov. 1, 2005.


Discounts Allowed:
Nov. 1-30, 2005 ... 40o Discount
Dec. 1-31, 2005 ... 30o Discount
Jan. 1-31, 2005 ... 20o Discount
Feb. 1-28, 2006 ... 10o Discount
Mar. 1-31. 2006 ... Full Amount Due ... No Discount
April 2006 ...Unpaid 2005 Taxes Are Delinquent

If Paying by Mail:
Payment by mail must be postmarked by the
end of the month to be eligible for that month's
discount.

If Paying in the Office:
If you will be making payment in the office, you
will pay the discounted amount due on your
statement according to the date paid. If the
last day of the month falls on a weekend or
holiday, we will accept that months discounted
payment the next business day.

I have listed important dates and discounts
allowed for the 2005 tax roll collection. Please
read carefully to insure that you receive full
advantage of the discounts and to avoid
additional penalties to your bill.

Address Information:
If you have a change of address, please notify
us as soon as possible so we can correct our
records. If you have a question, we are here
to assist you in any way. Please give us a call
and we will be glad to talk with you.

DORIS BURKETT
TAX COLLECTOR, CALHOUN COUNTY,


0 Down '00 Toyota RAV4 0 Down '01 Ford Taurus 0 Down '00 Lincoln LS 0 Down '01 Hyundai Elantra
I 74/mo Great mileage in an SUV 51161mo Great Famiiy Car s249/mo ONLY 45,000 rnileslfl! 95/mo Great Mileage


Direct Automotowe Whol lesale
4031 W. Jefferson (Hwy 90)) 3 Blocks West of Sqluare in OuincyY, Nex~t to Dollar General Open Mon-Thulrs 9 a.m.-8 p rn ; Friday 9-7, Sat 9 -6 p.mn. Sulndays 2-6 p m.

Now Open Quincy 850n62748448 e Quincy Se habla
Sunday All Payments Illustrated with Zero Down, 606 interest, 60 months. With Approved Credit s ao
2-6 p~m. Prices do not include tax, tag. title and dealer fees. E p no


years of service, to our c-cuntn-.
Several local active duty military
personnel will assist in the van-'
ous celebrationss.
,For more info I niaton call"
Christy Bloeclil at 850-482-'
8520.
Covenant H~ospice is a not-'for-7
profit Orgainization dedicated to
pr6%-idina coniprehensive. COM-
pas.-;-onate~ serx-ices to patients
-ind loxied ones dUrtni4 LUnis of
beimiting ig illnesses. Tlie focLP
ol Co%-cnanut Hoso~pice is to enable
its patients to Li%,e as ftjll; and


-Alt LOAIN VALUE, we make a. small 'Profit
and You get a great deal!
.The best Prart is we have family n t'he lot,
.NOT HIGH PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE ,
-If You don't.see the dar.of your-.drea; .,in
this ad, call us. We'll get You Pre-apprdlved.,
tell You what -it will cost and buy it for Y066.
We appreciate Your supporting-us. Come
by or cail.



alvvays



MI


-Paying someone a $5000'- $6000 Profit
ont a $10'0 '00 automobile. ~
Here's what we've donke'at, Difict"Aut~mrn0
t'ive Wholesalmr
All'v' ehicl'es.-#e P~riced. at tho."loan
Ualue". which is'the-'Price t~re 'dit uinio~ns and
banks will loan Your on this vehicle.
-We require NO DOWN PAIYMENT-on anyi
of, our. vehicles, We .tan even help with Your,
'faxes' and tag h60st of the time.'


, 0ear -Gadsden. Liberty &-Calhoun
County Residents,
IW9 Y ears agoAl obtainedl my''FlotidA
Dealer's Lidense due to the frustrration of
shopping for a used. car. The following three
things'made car shopping. a, big headache''
'for, me
-Hagging~ for the best Price 0
Having to come up with $2060 to,$!00
iora_ down Payment. taxeS, titile and tag


...Calhoun County S em''o r
Citizens Assoc~iation is sponsor-
ing the -3rd Ann~lal Hee, Haw~
ReUrUon- on Saturclav. No% ember
:19th at 6:30 p.m. in the~
Blountstow\n High School
Auditoriumt
All talent fromt the -Old Days-
%%ill be coming back to share
-their talents. singini. skits a-nd
_.hee haw~ furu-Lnn! WVe M~ll be fea-
turing "Easy Company." Joel
Hathawvay. Bobby Cla-rk. Joan
.Alderman. Lvnn and Edwin
Straw~n. Han-e v and ''M~ae -Belle
GraLnth~am. Lisa A~dams Yon, and
manv others.
Aarnission: Adult, $MO0, chiJ-
dren (6-18) S3.00. and fi%-e and


0 Down '00 GIVC Sierra Pickup
$1 53/mo Regular cab. GREAT on gas!


0 Down '04 Chevy Impala
1270/mo Like Newl


0 Down '02 Mustang Convertible
$249/mo Real FUN\ in the SUN!III!


0 Down '99 Mftsubishl 30M0GT
s288/mo Truiv One col a Kmall


0 Down '03 Ford Explorer XLT
'269/mo 3rd Row Seat!


0 Down '99 Dodge Dakota
$1 72imo Spori. Extendedf Cab. V6


0 Down '02 Chevy Cavalier
I 33/mo Greal Gas Mileage,


0 Down '02 Honda Accord
5286/mo Sunrooi, Like NEW!


0 Down '01 Toyota Sequoia 0 Down '04 Dodge Intrepid 0 Down '99 Jaguar XJ8
6421/mo Limited. Loacled! $21 0/mo Absolutely Likie New~! s327/mo JusS1S511)000 Miles!


0 Down '02 Chrysler PT Cruiser
5211/Mo Limited! Sunroo~f. Leather
IP C vv"unrhstMa


0 Down '00 Chevy Silverado 0 Down '98 Buick Century
$327/mo Z71, 4X4, Extended CaU 11 4/ma


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ALEXANDER FRANCIS IS A RETIRED AIR FORCE SERGEANT an~z a president
at Marianna Health and Rehab. He' will 'be featured in Co~eriant
Hospice's 'Faces of Life" exhibit at, the Calhouln County Pub~lic Librarv
Nov. 21-30, Mr, Francis is shown, here talking about his memories of the
military with Gena Stokes of Co.-enarit Hospice.


i~H e awReunion



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Great Gas Mileage! WNe sell all of our cars at

00 a discount so you donlt
MOl need a dovvn payment!
$0 Down / 60 Mos. Interest Rates

Sas low as 4.95%


0 Down '01 Acura 3.5RL
s346/mo Luxury at its uesi!


0 Down '00 Dodge Grand
31 53/mo Caravan