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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2006 N 99th Year, No. 21 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


Meth lab


busted on


Watson Rd.,


one arrest
.BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
An Altha man remains in cus-
tody at the Calhoun County Jail
after being arrested last Tuesday
:for allegedly operating a meth lab
in the home he
shares with his
t girlfriend.
Sylvester
Peterg, 40, was
taken into cus-
tody at a
Watson Road
residence.
According to
the Calhoun
SYLVESTER PETERS County Sheriffs
Office, investi-
ogators received information
'about Peters' involvement in the
-'manufacture of meth and
Tracked him to his girlfriend's
House n here he was sitting on
.the front porch. Inv. Michael
'~Bryant and Sgt. Mark Mallory
spoke with Peters and detected a
-smell commonly associated with
:meth production emitting from
:the home. His girlfriend returned
-home and gave permission for
See METH LAB, page 4



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MR. & MISS AHS AND THEIR COURT: Nicholas Hansford and Tabbatha Masters were crowned Mr. &,Miss Altha High School last Tuesday
night during coronation. They reigned over the week of festivities, culminating with the homecoming parade and game on Friday.
Joining them on the float were the eighth grade prince and princess, Cason Neel and Rebekah Wiltse, along with Devan Atkins, who
served as crown bearer, and April Lynn, the flower girl. For more homecoming highlights, turn to page 2.

HOSPITAL ISSUES



Legislators working together to



help Calhoun-iberty Hospital


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Both state and federal law-
makers have come to the aid of
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital in
Blountstown, offering whatever
assistance they can provide in
Order to keep the doors open.
Members of the hospital
foundation assumed control of
the facility earlier this month
after DasSee, the company
leasing the facility, was unable
to meet payroll or make their
utility payment.
Last Wednesday night, foun-
dation members and communi-
ty leaders gathered at the hos-
pital to talk strategy with Rep.
Marti Coley, along with assis-
tants to Gov. Jeb Bush,
Congressman Allen Boyd, and
Sen. Al Lawson, who all offered
their support.
'There are so many lives
that have been saved here at
this place," hospital adminis-
trator Ben Burnham told the
delegation. "You've all helped


us a lot and we're just asking
for more help."
SRep. Coley noted that rural
hospitals all over the state are
in dire straits and legislators
are working to come up with a


plan to keep them operating. "I
think you'll see in the next leg-
islative session everyone com-
ing together to work out a solu-
tion," she remarked.
David Berks, consultant to


the foundation, said, "Right
now, our struggle is getting
over the lack of cash flow while
we are building receivables."
Berks added that a new build-
ing is definitely needed.


SLees named Calhoun


SCounty Farm Family


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Andrew and Sandi Lee
family has been named
Calhoun County's Farm
Family of the Year.
The Lees. including their
three children. Joshua. 16,
Austin, 10. and Santana.
eight, work together to oper-
ate their 180 acre vegetable
and tree farm on Amos Lee
Road in Blountstown.
"We manage the day to day
operations of the farm. mark-
ing the trees for harvesting
and marketing the timber
and pine straw." says
Andrew. "Other activities
include spraying, fertilizing.
planting. soil conservation.
wildlife management, and
natural resource manage-
ment."


In addition to running the
large farm. Andrew oversees
the Florida Department of
Corrections Farm Program.
When spare time can be
found, Andrew and Sandi vol-
unteer with the Blountstown
High School Century Club
and Calhoun County Youth
Football. Andrew is also a
member of the Florida Peanut
Producers Association and
frequently continues his edu-
cation through University of
Florida and Clemson
University agriculture cours-
es.
"My entire life. I have been
exposed or been involved m
some facet of farming."
Andrew notes "The skills and
knowledge I have obtained I
hope to one day pass on to
my children and grandchil-
dren.


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VANDALS CAUGHT


Altha trio


arrested for


vandalism


at school
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Altha residents were stunned
last Wednesday to learn three
locals were behind the previous
day's vandalism at Altha School.
Arrested were Altha High
School seniors, Anthony Dehn
and Derek
Basford, both
18, along with
Altha graduate
Chris Vickery,
19. The three
were charged
with criminal
mischief, d am-
age to property V
in excess of "
$1000, and ANTHONY DEHN
trespassing on
school property.
After the Martin Luther King,
Jr. holiday, students and teach-
ers returned to
c ampus
Tuesday and
discovered
school signs
Sand windows:
had been spray
painted with
Blo untstowr
High School
Tiger pride mes-
DEREK BASFORD sages and paw
prints. In addi-
tion, 12 doors on campus had
been secured with locks and
chains. Many assumed BHS stu-
dents were--
behind the van-
dalism, howev-
er, authorities
spotted Vickery
and Basford on
video at the
Marianna Wal
Mart purchas-
ing locks,
chains and red
spray paint. CHRIS VICKERY
Interviews with
the suspects led to confessions.
The trio advised Vickery and a
girl not charged in the case,
accompanied Basford and Dehn
to the school. Vickery and the
girl did not go on campus, but
Basford and Dehn reportedly
admitted to painting the mes-
sages, spraying video cameras,
and locking the doors.
"Anybody that would vandal-
ize a piece of public property
needs to have the book thrown at
them," said Altha Mayor David
Culpepper who initially suspect-
ed it was a political statement.
"I'm glad Chief Baggett and the
Sheriffs Office solved it as quick
as they did because it did clear
up any misunderstanding
between people that weren't
involved."



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Luther Pumphrey and Paul
Smith officiated.
The maid of honor was Amy
Pumphrey of Altha.
Bridesmaids were Sherry
Pumphrey of Altha and Ashley
Craven of Marianna. They wore
floor length lilac dresses with a
small clutch of lavender and
white roses.
Shayna Carter and Taylor
Mercer served as flower girls.
Mr. Jeff Pippin of Blountstown
served as best man. Groomsmen
were Todd McClellan of
Blountstown and Josh Barwick
of Altha.


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Spencer Ayers


Michael Ray Pennington and Kristy Leigh Ward


Ward, Pennington



to exchange vows


Gene and Mary Lewis ,of
Blountstown announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kristy Leigh Ward of
Blountstown, to Michael Ray
Pennington 9f Hosford. He is the
son of Sandra Pennington of
Hosford and Tony and Judi
Pennington of Vernon, AL.
Grandmother of the future
bride is the late Lillie Mae Melvin
of Clarksville.
The groom's grandparents are
Hoyt and the late Gertrude
Graham of Hosford and Charles
Pennington of Vernon, AL.
S The bride-elect is a graduate
of Blountstown High School and
served in the United States Navy
with a Certified Medical
Assistant/LPN degree. She is
presently employed as a window
clerk with the United States Post
Office in Blountstown.
The groom is presently

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subcontractor of Talquin
Electric.
The wedding will be an event
of February 4, 2006, at 5:00 p.m.
(CST) at the Blountstown First
Pentecostal Holiness Church on
Angle Street. A reception will fol-
low in the fellowship hall.
No invitations are being sent
locally, however, all friends and
relatives of the couple are cor-
dially invited to attend the wed-
ding and the reception.


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Happy "5th" Birthday,
Caylee Parrish!!
Caylee Parrish; daughter of Tim
and Wendee Parrish, celebrated
her 5th birthday on January 25.
Caylee is the little sister of Dillon
and Kayla and the big.cousin of
Aubrie Faith Arnold,
Caylee attends Liberty County
Pre-School. She enjoys going to
school, playing with her friends,
Cathy and Mallie Tolley, and
spending time with.her family.
Most of all she enjoys going to
LaLa's and Big Bubba's house.
Caylee celebrated her birthday
with a Bratz party with her class.
We are so proud of you,
SCaylee. Happy 5th Birthday!!


Congratulations to
Laura Guilford and Adam Roberts!
Laura and Adam were married on December 10, 2005, at T[
Driftwood Inn on Mexico Beach.

Performance

dinner Fridat

at Settlement
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement and the Calhoun
County Library will present Betty
Jean Steinshouer and Charles
Pace portraying Harriet Beecher
Stowe and Frederick Douglass
on Friday, Jan. 27, at 8:00 p.m.
The event will be held inside
the Frink Gym on the Settlement
grounds. There will be no charge
for this program. Donations will
be accepted on behalf of the
Pioneer Settlement.
The conversation is set in the
year 1870. Stowe and Douglass,
a former slave received a letter
from a little-known author, ask-
ing for descriptions of southern
cotton plantations to be used ina
book she was writing about slav-
ery. Harriett Beecher Stowe's
Uncle Tom's Cabin became the 10
first million selling book in histo-
ry. Douglass and Stowe met face
to face in 1853, but faced their
biggest challenge after the war,
when Congress passed wording
for a Constitutional Amendment
that put Douglass at odds with
an old friend: Should Black Men
Be Allowed To Vote When White
Women Could Not?
Come meet Douglass and
Stowe in 1870, just before the
ratification of the 15th
Amendment. Pre-Show music
will be provided by the Prayer
Chainers from the Mission of ALTHA 25463 Nc
God Church in Blountstown. APAIACHICOLA 5
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is located at Sam BLOUNTSTOWN 2
Atkins Park in Blountstown. BRISTOL 10956 N
Take Hwy. 20 West and go to CARRABELLE e912
Silas Green Road North (at ARBELLE
Lindy's Fried Chicken), enter the MEXICO BEACH 1
park and follow the signs to the PORT ST. JOE 418
settlement.
The Frink Gym is the large
first building on your left. For
information, call 674-2777.
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Gym on the Settlement Grounds, $5,000. After account opening, th,
on Saturday, January 28, from 6 individuals and non-profit entities.
to 9:30 p.m. The jam session has
been called the Panhandle Cane
Grinders Opry.
Easy Company is comprised of
Joel Hathaway, Charles Morris, T E
"Cotton" Middleton, Mike '
Donahue, Warren Nichols and
Bobby Clark. New and classic
country, bluegrass, gospel and
original music will be played.
Admission is $5. Children 10
and under are free. Soft drinks
and coffee will be available.


The County Record, JANUARY 25, 2006, Page 3


Stephen Spencer Ayers were
united in marriage on June 3,
2005, at the Blountstown First
Baptist Church at 3:00 in the
afternoon.
Jessica is the daughter of Coy
and Gwen Barwick of Marianna.
She is the granddaughter of
Alfred and Flora Pumphrey of
Marianna and the late C.D. and
Bonnie Barwick of Marianna.
Stephen is the son of Spencer
and Pam Ayers of Blountstown.
He is the grandson of Coolidge
and Elsie Mae Pippin of
Blountstown and Bill Ayers and
the late Kay Ayers of


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The County Record, JANUARY 25, 2006, Page 4


' Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Jan. 16: James Wise, DUI/refusal
Jan. 17: Sylvester Peters, manufacture of meth; Beatrice Goodman, violation of
county probation
Jan. 18: Sarah Price, violation of state probation; Anthony Dehn, criminal mis-
chief, damage to property over $1000, trespassing on school property, principle
in the first degree; Derek Basford, criminal mischief, damage to property over
$1000, trespassing on school property, principle in the first degree; Chris Vickery,
criminal mischief, damage to property over $1000, trespassing on school proper-
ty, principle in the first degree; Brandon Johnson, grand theft auto, domestic bat-
tery
Jan. 19: Valerie Braggs Allen, violation of county probation; Tracy Brown, viola-
tion of county probation; Mark Allen, fugitive from justice/Texas Parole
Commission
Jan. 20: Isaiah Dudley, no valid drivers license, child support/Jackson Co.; Kenya
Thornton, holding for Hillsborough Co.; Jerry Sullivan, DUI
Jan. 21: Daniel Foster, possession of drug paraphernalia and less than 20 grams
of marijuana; Jesse Peterson, writ of attachment; Ladarel McFann, resisting
arrest without violence, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, tamper-
ing with evidence; Kenneth Fletcher, DUI, reckless driving; Tommy Hoedl, pos-
session of less than 20 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia; Christopher
Hatton, possession of meth, drug paraphernalia, and less than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana
Jan. 22: Emiliano Ruiz, no valid drivers license; Edmundo Hurtado, attached tag
not assigned
Jan. 23: Victoria Baker, assault, criminal mischief
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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when he spotted a vehicle traveling east-
bound in the westbound lane. He
approached the passenger side where
Hatton was seated and, as he rolled
down his window, Dep. Dalton smelled
burnt marijuana.
Hatton consented to a search and a
cigarette package was found in his pants
pocket containing a clear plastic bag of
meth and rolling papers, along with a bag
of marijuana.
He was taken into custody at the
Calhoun County Jail and given a condi-
tional release the following day. The


woman behind the wheel was cited for
careless driving.

Weaving driver arrested
for drugs Saturday night
A driver weaving on the highway
caught the attention of a deputy and land-
ed in jail on drug charges Saturday night.
Tommy Allen Hoedl, 41, was charged
with possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton pulled
Hoedl over on SR 20 for weaving. While
speaking with him, Dep. Dalton asked if
he had any illegal drugs or guns in the
vehicle, and Hoedl began reaching
between the driver's seat and console.
After initially ignoring Dep. Dalton's com-
mands to put his hands where he could
see them, Hoedl advised he was trying to
retrieve a knife.
Hoedl stepped out of the car and con-
sented to a search, but allegedly tried to
conceal something in his left pocket. Dep.
Dalton discovered a plastic bag with
approximately four grams of marijuana in
the pocket. Hoedl then admitted he had a
wooden box with more marijuana and a


pipe between the driver's seat and floor-
board.
Hoedl was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and remained in custody at
press time.

Traffic stop ends in
marijuana arrest Sat.
A man pulled over for speeding
Saturday afternoon was arrested on mar-
ijuana charges.
Ladarel Bryan McFann, 23, was
charged with possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana, tampering with evi-
dence, and resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Chris Porter arrived
at the Chevron on SR 20 West to assist
Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Lonnie Baker
with a traffic stop in which he suspected
drugs. McFann consented to a search,
but allegedly tried to conceal a bag of
marijuana in one of his shoes. Dep.
Porter told him to drop the marijuana, but
he refused and tried to toss the bag under
the car. After a brief struggle, he was
taken into custody and remained in the
Calhoun County Jail at press time.


Dear Editor:
As you know the traditional
marriage between one man and
one woman is under attack in
this country. Now we have the
opportunity to amend our state
constitution in this November's
election to protect marriage as
the legal union of only one man
and one woman as husband and
wife. The full text of the proposed
amendment reads as follows:
BE IT ENACTED BY THE
PEOPLE OF FLORIDA THAT:
A new section for Article I is
hereby created to add the follow-
ing:
Inasmuch as marriage is the
Legal union of only one man and
one woman as husband and
wife, no other legal union that is
treated as marriage or the sub-
stantial equivalent thereof shall
be valid or recognized.

We as registered voters in
Calhoun County must act quick-
ly to do our part in saving our
traditional families. We can do
your part by doing the following:
Logging onto our computers
land going to the following site:
\\-ww. florida4families.org and,
printing the amendment petition
form. (Print or make several
Copies to hand out to your fami-
ly and friends.)
PRINT all the information
requested on the form (PRINT
ONLY your STREET ADDRESS
where it is requested on the
form. Printing your P.O. Box in
this space will INVALIDATE your
petition.)
Ignore the return address at
the bottom of your. form. (The
deadline has already passed for
mailing it to that address.)
You must either return in per-
son your petition to the Calhoun
County Supervisor of Elections
Office in the courthouse or mail
them to the following address no
,later than Jan. 31: (Only your
ORIGINAL PETITION will be
accepted. Faxed Copies will NOT
be accepted).
Supervisor of Elections
Room G-10
20859 Central Avenue East
SBlountstown, FL 32424

. Let's do our part in standing
: up for our families now and in
the future!

Jim McIntosh
Altha

SLetter to Editor,
Celebrate! Act! A day on not
;:a Day Offl A very bountiful
"thank-you" to everyone that
played a role in making the 7th
SAnnual Martin Luther King
march a success.
Thanks to our pastors from
Various communities for always


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leading us in our processional.
Perhaps it was a song, a
poem, dance or more important-
ly it was your prayers that made
a difference.
I know if Dr. King was here he
would be just as grateful and
proud of your efforts. Because of
you the communities of
Calhoun, Liberty and Jackson
counties coming together, yet
again, on one accord makes all
the hard work worth the effort to
make us want to do it over and
over again.
A special thank you to
Calhoun Graphics (Desk-Top) for
their many years of appreciated
support, Blountstown Police
Department, Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Larry Battle and
Cissy Barfield and last not least
to my personal support team, my
teacher, mentor and pastor,
Dr./Rev. C.L. and Betty Wilson;
my sisters of St. Mary's WIA
(Women's Intermediate Auxiliary)
and my Administrative
Assistant's Bobbie and Keyon
Hammond.
If Dr. King could speak I'm
sure he would encourage us in
2006 to be more kinder, conpas-
sionate and show more brotherly
love to our neighbor of all races,
creeds, and colors.
Appreciatively,
Chairperson/Martin Luther
King 7th Annual Celebration,
Deborah Yon-Hammond
Pastor/Dr. C.L. Wilson


It was a scene that has become all too familiar when a meth lab was
shut down at a Watson Road home last week. A variety of hoOsehold
chemicals used in the production of meth were discovered in a burn
pile in the backyard of the residence,


Meth lab cont'd


the residence to be searched.
Peters then admitted he was in
the process of making meth'
when the investigators arrived
and had just moved a hot plate
and reaction vessel from the
kitchen to the bathroom. Inside
the kitchen cabinets, investiga-
tors discovered acetone, a hot
plate, scales, and peroxide.
Iodine crystals were found in the
kitchen trash receptacle. A Pyrex
dish with white powder residue
that tested positive for
ephedrine, along with a clear
rubber hose, were located under
the bed in Peters' bedroom. Three
hydrocodone pills, two glass
pipes' that had been utilized to
smoke meth, a plastic straw with
meth residue, and two plastic
bags of iodine crystals were
found in a vanity drawer. The
warm hot plate and reaction ves-
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grocery bags filled with matches
and ten empty boxes of pseu-
doephedrine pills were found on
the back porch. A burn pile in
the backyard contained other
meth ingredients.
Peters advised he manufac-
tured the drug while his girl-
friend was at work and she had
no knowledge of his illegal activi-
ties. The Florida Dept. of
Children and Families was con-
tacted after authorities found
filthy living conditions, including
a saiicepan on Ihe stove with hot
doLs covered in dozen- of roach-
es. Three children, between the
ages of two and 16, reside at the
home.
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Boy Scout Troop 137 of Blountstown enjoys...



Appalachian adventure


Boy Scout Troop 137 of
Blountstown recently traveled to
the Appalachian mountains of
North Georgia.
The troop enjoyed lodging at
the Lake Allatoona Army
Recreation Area. Activities they
participated in during the four
day trip included tours of the
Etowah Indian mounds and the
Weinman Mineral Museum (both
located near Cartersville,
Georgia), a visit and hike at
Amicalola Falls State Park (near
,Dawsonville, Georgia), and pan-
ning/mining for gold and miner-
als at Crisson Gold Mine in
Dahlonega Georgia.
Along their travel route, the
.boys experienced breathtaking
views of mountain scenery and
even got the chance to enjoy
some snow and ice. For some of
the boys, this was their first trip
to the mountains and first time
seeing snow.
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ancient Indian heritage, geologi-
cal exploration, and review of
other cultures and communities
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:Line and square dance


classes held
SThe DeFuniak Springs Dance
Association is starting new dance
P classes every Monday evening at
f: the DeFuniak Springs
5 Community Center in DeFuniak
SSprings, Florida (361N. Tenth
r. Street).
SClasses are from 6:30 to 8 PM
With dancing only from 8 to 9
PM. Some of the line dances that
g the students have learned' are:
SElectric Slide, DeFuniak Alley
SCat, Tush Push, Three Step
SBoogie, Hog Wild, Boot Scoot
Boogie, and many others. Also a
Sfew couples' dances, are taught
From time to time.
SThe club has two Instructors
Sat the present time, Pat Pollard
' and Rodney Ryals who are BMI
, and ASCP Licensed. One of the
, class instructors has completed
: the Rock Mountain Square
' Dance Caller's School for Square
SDance Calling and is looking at
Bridge traffic delay
today, inspection set
Eastbound motorists traveling
SR 20 over the Apalachicola
River Bridge today, Wednesday,
January 25, will encounter
minor delays from 8 a.m. until 3
p.m. (CST), weather permitting.
S Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) bridge
inspectors will perform a routine
E inspection on the bridge, begin-
Sning at the west end of the struc-
' ture moving east.
Motorists are reminded to use
caution while traveling through
Sthe work zone.


on Monday
starting a group that wants to
learn old time square dancing,
modern square dancing, and
couples western dancing all at
the same time. Old time square
dancing takes about two nights
to learn while the other types
take longer to learn. You will
have to have a partner for these
classes. The club will keep a list
of single people wanting to do the
above dances.
For more information contact
the club caller, Rodney Ryals, at
850-892-2526 (H), 850-892-
8284 (W) or e-mail opvnkv-rakko
@gdsys.net.
Children's Coalition
will meet on Friday
The Calhoun County
Children's Coalition will meet
Friday, January 27, at 11:00 AM
in the Heritage Room at the
Calhoun County Library.
Coalition members are
reminded to review the
December minutes in advance
and remember to bring your
agency's statement of roles and
responsibilities so that the by-
laws can be completed.
Anyone who would like to be
added to the agenda, please call
Peggy Howland at 674-5645
prior to the. COB on Thursday.

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The County Record, JANUARY 25, 2006, Page 6


Altha chalks up two wins, one loss


J.V.

BY JIM MclNTOSH
PIRATES EDGE WILDCATS
ALTHA, JANUARY 19 -- With
only seconds to go and trailing by
a point, Altha had the play they
wanted. The Wildcats in bound-
ed the ball, a player slashed
down the middle but he bobbled
the pass and it gave the Sneads
Pirates a 28-27 victory.
Both opened with a good
defensive effort, battling to a 7-7
tie in the first quarter. The Cats
took a 14-13 into the locker room
at halftime. In the third period
Sneads outscored the Altha 11-5.
The Cats held the Pirates to 4
points in the final stanza while
scoring eight themselves.
Sneads shot 67% (10 out of 15
attempts) from the field while
Altha made 55% (6 out of 11
attempts). From the charity
stripe the Wildcats were good on
6 out of 11 attempts (55%) while
the Pirates missed their only two
attempts. Beyond the arc
Sneads edged out Altha, 40% (2
out of 5 attempts) to 38% (3 out
of 8 attempts).
Altha committed 11 turnovers
to18 for Sneads.
Josh McIntosh was the Top
Cat in scoring with 14 points
along with a rebound and 3
steals. Both Andrew Brazell and
Ethan Byler canned 4 points
each. Also, Byler cleared 5
boards. Corde Beauchamp
chalked up 3 points and a
rebound as well as 3 steals.
Juan Alejos chipped in 2 points.
He was also credited with a
blocked shot, 2 rebounds and 2
steals.
It was only the Cats' third loss
of the season giving them an 11-
3 record.
WILDCATS' HOLD OFF LIONS
IN CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
ALTHA, JANUARY 20 -
There's nothing better than a
party and even more so when
you're celebrating your 100th
birthday.
Last Friday night when the
Altha Wildcats were celebrating
both their homecoming and their
school's centennial, the Cats
topped. off the evening with an
exciting 32-30 Win: over the
Covenant Christian Lions with
seconds remaining.
The Lions from Panama City
turned the ball over with 15 sec-
onds remains on a traveling vio-
lation. The Cats' Juan Alejos in
bounded the ball to Andrew
Brazell who was standing just
over half court. At the same time
that Alejos was throwing the ball
to Brazell, Josh McIntosh
streaked down the court. Brazell


Cats

flipped the ball to McIntosh and
he laid it in for the game-winning
shot with 10 seconds left in reg-
ulation. However, Covenant
Christian brought the ball down
court and put up two desperate
shots to tie the game. McIntosh
snatched the second rebound off
the front of the rim with 3 sec-
onds left securing the Wildcats'
twelfth win of the season.
Altha jumped out to a 15-7
first quarter lead and the. score
was 22-13 at halftime. The Cats
posted 5 third quarter points
while the Lions netted 7 points.
In the final period the Lions
scored 10 points to the Wildcats'
5 points.
In the field goal department
Covenant Christian edged out
Altha, 71% (15 out of 21
attempts) to 67% (12 out of 18
attempts). However, the Cats
were stroking. it from the charity
stripe to the tune of 80% (8 out of
10 attempts) to the Lions' 44% (4
out of 9 attempts). Neither team
connected on their two shots
from beyond the arc.
Altha committed 14 turnovers
to 19 for Covenant Christian..
Corde Beauchamp was the
Top Cat in scoring with 13
points, including 3-for-3 from
the field and 7 out of 8 free throw
attempts. Beauchamp also had
2 rebounds and 4 steals. Josh
McIntosh pumped in 9 points
along with 3 rebounds and 2
steals. Andrew Brazell chalked
up 4 points and he blocked a
shot. Juan Alejos, Ethan Byler,
and Josh Warner contributed
two points apiece. Alejos had a
rebound and a steal while Byler
was credited with a rebound and
2 steals.

ALTHA SPOILS BETHLEHEM'S
HOMECOMING
BETHLEHEM, JANUARY 21 -
With one homecoming win under
their belts, Altha decided to
make it two in a row by taking
down the Bethlehem Wildcats on
their homecoming court, 28-17.
Like the night before, this one
didn't come easy either.
At the end of the first quarter
Altta was up by one, 8-7 and all
the: Wildcats were Ued .at half-
time, 13-13. Likewise, the third
stanza ended up knotted. at 17.
However, in the fourth quarter
Altha shut down Bethlehem's
offense allowing them nada-
zero--while Altha poured in 11
points for themselves.
From the field Bethlehem shot
50% (7 out of 12 attempts) while
Altha made good on 47% (7 out
of 15 attempts). But Altha made
up for with their free throws


now


13


Altha's Josh Mclntosh is surrounded by Pirates as he sails toward the
net in Thursday night's game. Sneads edged the Cats, 28-27.


sinking 65% (11 out of 17
attempts) to Bethlehem's 50% (3
out of 6 attempts). Beyond the
arc Altha hit only 1 of their 5
attempts (20%) while Bethlehem
missed all 5 of their attempts
Altha committed 10 turnovers
to Bethlehem's 14.
Corde Beauchamp was the
Top Cat in scoring with 11
points, sinking 7 out of 8 free
throws in the fourth quarter to
seal the "W." Also, Beauchamp
had 3 rebounds. Josh McIntosh
racked up 8 points along with a
blocked shot and 2 rebounds.
Juan Alejos chalked up 4 points
and Jake Edenfield swished a 3-
pointer along \\Lh a steal., Ethan
Ells chipped in 2 free throws in
the final period.
With the win-the Cats move to
13-3 on the season.
It was Senior Night last night
as the Altha boys' teams hosted
Freeport in their last home game
of the season (details unavailable
at press time). The Lady Cats
will host Munroe tomorrow at
3:30 p.m. The South Walton Lady
Seahawks come to 'The Den" on


Senior Night for the Lady Cats:" I t A-.
tip-off is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. BY THE BAG
Later that same evening in *BY THE PINT
Blountstown, the JV Cats get -
underway at 6:00 p.m. and the
varsity tips off at 7:30 p.m. Next IThursda
Tuesday the JV Cats travel to
Pleasant Hill for a 5:00 tilt with
Munroe followed by varsitySPEC
action at 6:30 p.m. That same 8 Ball Pool
night at 7:00 the Lady Cats begin Oysters on the half she
district tournament play in Tournament I from 12-6 p.m.
Blountstown. For more informa-
tion, visit tile Wildcats' website Wednesday
at: www.paec.org/calhoun
/altha. Nights I
GO WILDCATS and I'll see you
at the games!




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Panhandle Saddle Club




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The Florida Panhandle Saddle
Club will begin its 2006 horse
shows on February 4, at 12:00
p.m. on Highway 20 at the Skeet
Davis Arena at the Sam Atkins
Park in Blountstown. This is a
five-event for all ages competing
with their horses in barrel racing,
pole bending, Texas barrels,
jackpots, and other fun activities.
The show will begin on the first
Saturday of every month starting
in February. Points awarded at
each show will be calculated
monthly for awards at the end of
the season.
Entry fees are $3.00 per event
or Exhibition, $2.00. First, sec-
ond and third place winners will
be awarded money; 4th, 5th &
6th place winners will be award-
ed ribbons.


Howell bags nine point
Nine year old Thomas Howell
killed his first deer, a 9 point, on
January 16th. He is the son of Ray
and Allyson Howell of
Blountstown,


Membership dues are $30/
family or $20/single you do not
have to be a member to partici-
pate. We would like to welcome


all new members or spectators.
If you need any information con-
tact Steve Whitfield at 674-3949
or Shelly Yon at 674-5357.


Goodman helps tourney


make record donation


Gerald Goodman is best
known in Calhoun County for his
success on the football field, first
as a quarterback of
Blountstown's 1977 football
state champions, then as a play-
er at North Alabama under FSU's
Mickey Andrews and as a coach
at several major universities.
More recently however his
attention has turned to profes-
sional golf. He has been the tour-
nament director of the Chrysler
Championship for over a decade
and this month he celebrated the
best day of his life in golf with the
announcement that the tourna-
ment had donated a whopping
$2,610,000 in 2005 to Tampa
Bay area charity. It was more
than twice as much as the tour-
nament had donated in any pre-
vious year.
"There are a lot of great things
about. professional golf,' says
Goodman who first became
involved with the sport as an
employee in the PGA TOUR's on-
site marketing department. "The
best though is that most tourna-
ments, including ours, are
organized with the number one
goal being to raise money for
charity.
"For .a number of years we
would raise something like
$500,000 and think we were
doing pretty well," he explains.
"Then two years ago our number
started to go up, partly because
of our great field and partly
because of our Birdies for Tampa
Bay Charities. program. That


,number of more than $2.6 mil-
lion is the best of any tourna-
ment in Florida and one of the
top seven for any event any-
where."
Goodman, whose mother
Edna and brothers Clifford and
Howell still reside in
Blountstown, says 2006 is shap-
ing up like a great year for the
family. "My brother James may
be going to the Super Bowl with
the Denver Broncos, my daugh-
ter Emily has graduated from
Auburn and we just found out
that our tournament will be mov-
ing to the spring in 2007. Once
we get settled in March, as part
of the traditional Florida swing,
we might even get to $3 million.
For now though, it just feels
mighty good to know we've
helped out charity as we have."







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Greg Jordan accepts




BHS head coach post


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Tiger
fans will
soon see a
familiar
face at
B o w e s
Field as for-
,mer assis-
,tant foot-
ball coach -v .
:and defen-
sive coordi-
nator Greg
Jordan has GREG JORDAN
accepted
the athletic director and head
toach position vacated by Bobby
PJohns.
S"I'm excited to be coming back
home taking over the. program
"that I've been a part of," Jordan


tells The County Record. "I've
played there and coached there
for nine years. It will be exciting
to lead that program on and con-
tinue the success we've had in
the past."
After helping lead the Tigers to
a state first runner up title in
2004, Jordan accepted the head
football coach and athletic direc-
tor post at Wewahitchka High
School. Although he missed the
2005 Tiger season, he and Coach
Johns remained best friends and
Tiger fans even headed to Wewa
High to cheer the Gators on when
BHS had an open week.
Johns resigned from BHS
back in December after accepting
the same position in Baker
County near his hometown. BHS
Principal Keith Summers inter-
viewed four candidates for the


Calling all panhandle athl 5


job Thursday and Jordan accept-
ed the offer Friday afternoon.
"We're just excited to have him
coming back to Blountstown
High School to continue the
exciting tradition we have going
here," Summers remarks. "He's
proven at Wewa he can win and
we're just real excited to have
him come home again."
Jordan's first day on the BHS
campus will be February 6. "I
want to get the kids back togeth-
er again and let them know
there's not going to be a whole lot
of change for them as far as sum-
mer workouts in the weight
room," he says. 'There will be a
lot of consistency from what
they're used to. The system is
going to be similar, but there will
be some differences I'll bring in,
too."

to 1965


lAthletic reunion planned


If you played any kind of
;ports in the years between 1955
Vnd 1965 you are invited to the
Sirst Panhandle Apalachicola
'area athletic reunion.
* If you are interested in remi-
iscing with former teammates,
hival teammates, acquaintances,
friends, etc. lets get together in
Clountstown at Sam Atkins Park
heree Coat Day is held. There
h-ill be plenty of activities. Bring
Vthe young folks and we'll have an
ld timers \s. voung timers soft-
iall game.
F For the younger than
Teenagers age group there will be
a basketball shoot oft to see who
is the best fiee throw shooter.
: There is a lot to see at our
Panhandle Pioneer Village and
Sphere \\ill be people to show what
*


went on during the late 1800s
and early 1900s.
If you have an idea for an
activity let me know but be sure
you have someone to take care of
the activity. Everything will be
strictly volunteer.
A breakfast of pancakes and
sausage is planned for 8:00 a.m.
Lunch will be around noon and
we'll ha\e a fish frn' of whatever
kinds of fish \we can get (catfish.
bream, mullet. etc).
I hate set a date for April 14.
2006.
I know there are a dozen
things I have left out but we'll
work on these as we go along.
My name is Joe "Spin" Alford
and I graduated in 1959 from
Blounitstown High School.
My e-mail address is spin-


dle747@wfeca.net.
My mailing address is 18839
Roy Golden Road, Blountstown,
FL 32424.
My home phone is 850-674-
5399 and my cell phone is 850-
643-8769 but I don't have it
turned on all of the time.



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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor


After struggling on the court
for two weeks, the Altha Wildcats
pulled out a crowd pleasing win
in their homecoming game
Friday night against Covenant
Christian.
"Every player on our team
scored and each got at least one
rebound," Assistant Coach Brian
Kenyon tells The- County Record.
Kevin Saldana led the Cats to
a 66-46 win, bringing in, 13
points and pulling down 10
rebounds, John Mark Peacock
followed with nine points, two
rebounds and seven assists. Cale
Chafin also contributed nine
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apd one assist; Nate Castenada
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rebounds; and Jacob Tolbert
with two points and a rebound.
The victory over Covenant
Christian broke a losing streak
the Cats hope to put behind
them.


Altha went up against Wewa
Jan. 10 and lost 58-43. Peacock
led with 16 points, two rebounds
and two assists. Chafin and
Holland provided seven points
and four rebounds a piece.
SLiberty County High School
slipped one past the Cats on Jan.
12, 'defeating them 66-59.
Holland led Altha with an
impressive 30 points, 26
rebounds and one assist.
Saldana added 14 points and
four rebounds.
The Grand Ridge Indians
defeated the Cats, 51-43, on Jan.
13. Peacock led with 14 points, a
rebound, and five assists, fol-
lowed by Chafin with nine points,
a rebound and two assists.
The Sneads Pirates left no
doubt they were worthy of their
top five state ranking when they
shut out Altha, 75-57, .Jan. 19.
Holland was high scorer for the
Cats, bringing in 17 points and
1.6 rebounds. Saldana was close
behind with 16 points, four
rebounds, and three assists.
Chafin added 11 points, four
rebounds, and eight assists.
Peacock chipped in nine points,
five rebounds, and 11 assists..
In the final game of the week
on Jan. 21, Bethlehem edged the
Cats, 67-62. Saldana chalked up
20 points for Altha, along with
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SEVERAL BHS STUDENTS HAVE BECOME TEEN TRENDSETTERS and are volunteering their time n a reading pro-
SEVERAL BHS STUDENTS HAVE BECOME TEEN TRENDSETTERS and are volunteering their time in a reading pro-


gram for BES third graders.
BHS Teachers of the Year
Ms. Dana Ayers is one of
Blountstown High School's
Teachers of the Year for the
2005-2006 school term. As a
young child, Ms. Ayers began to
wish to be a teacher. Her mother
was a teacher, and she admired
her and wished to be like her.
When she was in fourth grade
she had an opportunity to begin
taking French classes at her
school in New Hampshire. This
sparked her interest in French,
and Ms. Ayers decided to major
in French in college. Since col-
lege she has undertaken several
trips to France and enjoyed them
very much. Ms. Ayers has stated
that her favorite thing about
teaching is when a student
catches on to a new idea or has a
new realization about something
he has never thought of'before.
Thank you, Ms. Ayers, for all
you have done for the teachers,
staff, and students at
Blountstown High School.
By: Kayla Parrish

Mr. Ron Mears has also been
chosen as Teacher of the Year for
the 2005-2006 schoolyear.
iMr. Mears,.a 1984 BHS gradu-
ate, got his college degree -from
the University of Florida where
he majored in agriculture' and
minored in economics.
Mr. Mears is the BHS agricul-
tural teacher and sponsor of
Future Farmers of America. As
sponsor, he is trying to set a high
standard for excellence in FFA.
He pushes his students to strive
to do the best they can and has
led them to great success. This
year; FFA has competed in the
district and sub-district contests
and brought home first place in
public speech, extemporaneous
speaking, tractor operations, and
parliamentary procedure. They
have also traveled to state and
won first place in forestry.
Congratulations, Mr. Mears,
on being a Teacher of the Year.
By: Joseph Daniels

Blountstown High School's
2nd Nine Weeks Honor Roll
A Honor Roll
I III -IIII .


9th Grade: Max Herndon,
Daniel Leonard, Hailey Moravek,
Marlee Sherrod,. Chelsea
Snowden
10th Grade: Kaylin
Bontrager, Lane Golden, Melissa
Howland, William Leonard, Jared
Lilly, Nic Stoltzfus, Ashley
Whitfield
11th Grade: Kinita Amin,
Karla Atkins, Kori Edewaard,
Jamie Hagler, Hannah Johnson,
Laura Kastli, Tabinda Syed,
Lauren Wood
12th Grade:' Kristen Baker,
Whitney Baxley, Nicholas Myers,
Staci Pittman
A/B Honor Roll
9th Grade: Shirane Baker,
Colton Bush, Andrew Chewning,
Emily Davis, Lauren Davis, Ryan
Frye, Demarco Johnson, William
Johnson, Jasmine Simmons,
Kimberley Taylor, Ellen Williams,
Kelly Wood, Carolyn Van Lierop
10th Grade: Erik Anderson,
Chavonte Baker, Jessica
Bontrager, Dana Clark, Aubrey
Clemons, Kim Clemons, Lisa
Danley, Samantha Dwiggins,
Amber Eby, Erin Glass, Britney
Goodwin, Jesse Goolsby, Carlos
Hall, Kelly Hall, Allison Jones,
Britt;,-ILeaGlh,.c- .Tiffany -:Leach,


Jonathan Lockhart, Joseph
Maxwell, Ricky Mercer, Tia
Miller, Meagan Parrish, Kaitlin
Peacock, Caitlin Sanders, Jeffrey
Stewart, Cassandra Tharpe,
Matthew Vincent, Amanda
Williams, Loran Walden, John
Yon
11th Grade: Kristen
Bracewell, Nikki Calhoun, Willie
Coburn, Jessica Fields, Justin
Godwin, Kayla Hires, Holly
Jeppson, Sheri Kent, Josh Lee,
Batya Margrill, Kristin Nolan,
T.J. Rogers; Ashley Taylor, Nic
Tomlinson, Amanda Whitfield,
Britt Wood

12th Grade: Kate Atkins,
Courtney Bybee, Karisma Davis,
Adam Edwards, Jennie Fagen,
Umair Farooqi, Daniel Garcia,
Ashley Gingerich, Casey Glass,
Trey Gowan, Michael Guilford,k
Sarah Hatcher, Anita Keel, Josh
Lilly, Amy McCurdy, Lindsay
Miller, Tillman Morris, Ashley
Peaks, Catie Proper, Adam
Richards, Josh Savell, Josh
Segers, Amanda Senterfitt, Sean
Thomas, Nichole Tipton, Lyndsey
Wainwright


See BHS NEWS. page 14


BMS honor


roll for 2nd


nine weeks
Principal Mike Johnson is
'pleased to announce the honor
roll for the second nine weeks at
Blountstown Middle School.
All A's
6th Grade: Megan Brown,
Jesse Griffin, Brittney Norris,
Leah Stewart, Steven Warren
7th Grade: Eric Jones, Levan
Khulordava, Makynzie O'Bryan,
Kristen Peacock, Warren Tanner
8th Grade: Sonya Alday, i
Tarak Amin, Laura Stoltzfus i

A/B Honor Roll
6th Grade: Tiffany Abbott,
Sarah Barton, Corey Bell, Kelsey
Bontrager, Amber Burch,
Shaquala Butler, Matthew
Digsby, Saad Farooqi, Devin
Harrigill, Cassandra Hiers,
Semantha Hunter, .Larry
Jackson, Patrice Jackson, Heidi
Jeppson, Shirelle Layfield, Jawon
Mosley, William Rogers, Trenton
Smith, Katherine Strawn, Devin
Strong, Trenten Wise
7th Grade: Cherie Baggett,
Shayn Baggett, Junicia Baker,
Taylor Brantley-Curl, Tasheana
Brown, Morgan Davis, Eurica
Engram, Audrey Eubanks,
Montoya Garrett, Byron Hall,
Caroline Johnson, Jahnice
Jones, Dylan Kindell, Elizabeth
Koonce, Ivy Martin, Sawyer
Maxwell, Travis Pittman, Jacy
Richards, Ke'ondre Simpson,
Alexandria Smith, Cameron
Smith, Karis Smith, Hayley
Sumner, Joshua Williams
8th Grade: Ashley Adams,
Jessica Collier, Stafford Dawson,
Kelby Durham, Hira Farooqi,
Raleigh Fennell, Erin Fowler,
Brittany Griffin, John Jourdan,
Rachael King, Jason Money,
Toneet Nickerson, James
Sherrod, Alison Slongo, Xin Yi
Tang, Cassie Taylor, Maria Trejo,
Jacob Wainwright


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R Principal Darr,1l Tilor .Ir is pleOaied to announce the C1irr School StuJdenrtts o the Mlonth They include
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Hasilg (2B) Hannoh Plozarin (3,A) Sontono Lee (3B) Foltn Plazarin (4th) (tock-: row) Courtney MlcForland
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varie rv of short courses inr the
Coming weeks.
S A Retirement Plan
SDlstrib'ution .class will meet
- Thursday. Jan. 26 from 6:30 to
S8:30 p.m. Cost is S10 per person
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Kent Rogers.


fearing short courses
noon. Cost is S24. S41.
A Cake Decorating I class will A 10 Hour Childcare Training
meet Thursdays. Feb. 2 through (behavioral observation &
23 from ( to 8:30 p.m. Cost is screening) course will meet Feb.
1,1. A Cake Decorating .II class 4 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is
will meet Thursdays. March 2 S38. A 10 Hour Childcare
through 30 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Training (special needs) course
Cost is S41. An Advanced Level will meet March 11 from 7 a.m.
Cake Decorating Ill class will to 5 p.m. Cost is S38. A 20 Hour
meet Thursdays. April 6 through
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Friday Night Life
Altha Public School's 'FCA
(Fellowship of Christian Athletes)
will be presenting Friday Night Life
on February 3. 2006 in the Altha
High School gymnasium. This
youth rally will feature the band
Providence from Spring Hill, FL.
The rally will also host Brent Jones
who will be the guest speaker for
the night.
SThe .rally will last from 7
through 10 p.m. with doors open-
ing at 6:30 p.m. A love offering of
at least $2 will be taken up at the
door. Door prizes will be presented
and concession will be available.
By: Kasey Roberts,
Discover Card Tribute Award
Scholarship Program
The' Discover Card Tribute
Award Scholarship Program is a
scholarship program that provides
up to ten S25.r00(. national schol-
arships and up to 300 82.500
scholarships. This scholarship
allows its wulners to use their
scholarship for any ty-pe of post-
secondary school.
This program wants to reward
juniors who have made significant
accomplishments in their comnmu-
nit' and school. The onl' require-
ments are for the applicant to have
is a minimum 2.75 cumulative
GPA for the 9th and 10th grades
and have experienced obstacles)
and who are giving back to their
communities. Since 1991. The
Discover Card Tribute A&ward
Scholarship program has awarded
over S12 million dollars to more
than 5.200 high school jluiors w ho
are all-around achievers to assist
them with their dreams uand they
plan to continue. See Mrs. Nichols
for more information.
By: John Baumer
Tacky Day Indeed!
Altha High School kicked off
homecoming week on Tuesday.
January 17, by arriving in their
tacky attire. They were shocked to
find that the school had been dec-
orated for "tacky' day as well.
Small children were confused at
the site of the profanities written
on the doors of the yr-mnaslum.
The culprits dressed the school
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various buildings around the
school, and a certain four lettered
word in red and white.
Entrance doors to the buildings
and gymnasium were chained and
locked and the windows of the
white building were spray painted
red and white. All damage was
cleaned up before break.
SUnfortunately, the vandals
turned out tobe two Altha seniors
and an Altha, graduate. We, at
Altha, did not let this dampen our
homecoming festivities and spirit!
By: Sarah Shelton
Blood Drive
Students, faculty, and staff of
Altla Public School had the oppor-
tunity to donate blood during a
'liood drive on campus Wednesday,


January 18th. The drive Was put
on by Southeastern Community
Blood Center. A total number of 22
people donated blood making the
drive rather successful.
Due to recent disasters such as
Hurricane Katrina, the nation has
been under a serious blood short-
age. This years seniors were eager
to contribute to a good cause by
donating and there was a 41%
turnout from the Class of 2006.
Altha School plans on holding
another blood drive around April or
May and we only hope that'it will
be as much of a success as this one
was.. There is no substitute for
human blood making all the more
reason to give the gift'of life by giv-
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the Social Sernice Assistant, Admissions Assistant, and as a CNA. She
is hard working, dependable, and enthusiastic. She always comes to
work with a warm smile and a willingness to help others. Regena is well
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The Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association received a gener-
ous donation last week from the Bank of America Foundation. Kay
Pittman, manager of the Blountstown branch of Bank of America, is
shown above (left) presenting a check for $7500 to Marilyn Russell,
Senior Citizens Director. Russell says this is the largest single monetary
donation the organization has received to date. The contribution will
help provide much needed matching funds for grants.



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Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: P-06-01
IN RE: ESTATE OF FLORENCE W. MESSER,
a/k/a FLORENCE B. MESSER.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of Florence W.
Messer. a/k/a Florence B. Messer. deceased.
whose date of death was January 18, 2005. and
whose Social Security Number is 265-17-5044. is
pending in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County.
Florida, Probate Division. File Number P06-01,
the address of which Is 20859 S.E. Central Ave.,
Blountstown, FL 32424, the address of which is
the Calhoun County Courthouse. Blountstown.
Florida. The name and address of the personal
representative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice has been
served must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice if
January 18. 2006
Personal Representation:
GREGORY MESSER
13300 Wrenwood Circle
Hudson, Florida 34669
Attorney for Personal Representative:
FRANK E. BONDURANT
Florida Bar No. 0520330
BONDURANT AND FUQUA. P.A.
4450 Lafayette Street
' Post Office Box 1508
Marianna, Florida 32447
(850) 526-2263
January 18, 5. 2006


Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 2005-265-CA
The Bank, and The Bank.
as successor in interest to C & L Bank.
Plaintiff,
-vs-
Hilda Faye Edenfleld. Gilda Kaye Rackley Stewart,
Gregory Edenfleld.
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment entered in the above-
captioned case, I will sell the property situated in
Calhoun County. Florida, described in as:
West 1/2 of Section 34, Township 2 North,
Range 9 West, East of State Road No. 71, LESS
the North 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section
34, Township 2 North, Range 9 West. ALSO
LESS the right of way of the Marianna and
Blountstown Railroad. (Imc/sk)
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at the Calhoun County Courthouse, In
Blountstown, Calhoun County, Florida, at 11:00
a.. CST on February 2. 2006.
DATED this 28th day of December, 2005.
Ruth Attaway,
Clerk of Court
January 11, 18, 2006


Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2004-255-CA
DIVISION
THE BANK OF NEW YORK. ACTING SOLELY IN
ITS CAPACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR EQCC TRUST
2001-1F.
Plaintiff.
-vs-
LEWIS PHILLIPS, et al.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated January
10, 2006 and entered In Case No. 2004-255-CA,
of the Circuit Court of the FOURTEENTH Judicial
Circuit In and for CALHOUN County, Florida
wherein THE BANK OF NEW YORK, ACTING
SOLELY IN ITS CAPACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR
EQCC TRUST 2001-I F Is the Plaintiff and LEWIS
PHILLIPS: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LEWIS
PHILLIPS: are the Defendants. I will,sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at LOBBY OF
THE CALHOUN COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00
AM CST. on the 30th day of March. 2006, the fol-


lowing described property as set forth In said
Final Judgment:
BEGIN AT THE NW CORNER OF THE NW 1/4
OF THE SW 1/4 OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 8 WEST; THENCE RUN SOUTH
694 FEET, 8 INCHES FOR POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE RUN EAST 225 FEET; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 98 FEET; THENCE WEST 225
FEET; THENCE NORTH 98 FEET TO POB, CAL-
HOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
A/K/A Rt. One, Box 69, Blountstown, FL 32424
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on
January 13, 2006.
RUTH A. ATTAWAY,
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
January 18, 25, 2006


Legal Notice
WEATHERIZATION BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners will accept
sealed bids on February 7. 2006 at 2:10 P.M. or
as soon afterwards as practical In the County
Commission Board Room, 20859 Central Avenue
East, in Blountstown, Florida for contractors
interested in the weatherizing of houses and
mobile homes.. Specifications may be picked up
at the Weatherization Office between the hours of
7:00 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. Bidders must provide
proof of General Liability and Workman's
Compensation Insurance in the Bid 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 bids.
Jan. 25: Feb. 1


Legal Notice
BID NOTICE
STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES
"SHIP PROGRAM"
The Calhoun Board of County Commissioners
will accept sealed bids' on behalf of its State
Housing Initiatives Partnership "SHIP" Program
for the rehab of houses until 12:30 P.M. local time
on Tuesday. February 7, 2006. Bids may be deliv-
ered to the Clerk's Office in the Calhoun County
Courthouse, Blountstown, Florida 32424. Bids
must arrive before deadline. Bids will be opened
on February 7, 2006 at 2:05 p.m. or as soon
afterwards as possible.
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 opening.
Bid sheets and specifications may be obtained
by contacting Dowling Parrish or Faye Bailey,
SHIP Administrators, 20859 East Central Avenue,
Room 309, Blountstown, Florida, phones (850)
674-8046 or 674-2571. A Mandatory Prebid
Conference will be held on Thursday. February 2,
2006 at 9:00 A.M. local time in the Calhoun
Building Department located on the 3rd floor of
the Calhoun County Courthouse.
Rehabs will be bid. It is the responsibility of the
vendor/contractor to purchase all permits
deemed'necessary.
Bidders must provide proof of general liability
and Workman's Compensation Insurance in the
bid 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.
Minority contractors are encouraged to partici-
pate. Calhoun County Is "an Equal Opportunity
Jurisdiction : The Calhoun County Board of
County Commissioners reserves the right to reject
any and all bids and to waive any informality.
The signing of the contract is contingent upon
the approval of and/or release of funds by the
Florida Housing Finance Agency.
Calhoun County is/ an Equal Opportunity/Fair
Housing County,
Jan. 25: Feb. 1


Legal Notice
PUBLIC AUCTION
Mallory Towing and Recovery will hold a public
auction on January 27, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. (CT) on
a:
1989 Dodge Van, Maroon in Color
Vin# 1B4FK4431KX617527
1989 Dodge, 2 Door, Maroon in Color
Vin# 1B3CP44J9KN500216
1989 Chev, 4 Door, Maroon in Color
Vin# 1G1AW81W4K6108280
1984 Pont. Sunbird, Gray in Color
Vin# 1G2AB2708E7314272
1997 Ford Explorer, Gray in Color
Vin# 1FMDU32XSVZC29371
1991 Niss, P/U, White in Color
Vin# 1N6SD11Y1MC308531
1998 Pont, 2 Door, Black in Color
Vin# 1G2NE12T2WC729889
1992 Chevy Lumina, Green in Color
Vin# 1GNDU06D9NT122000
Auction will be held at Mallory Towing and
Recovery. Inc. at 18329 North Main Street, Hwy.
71 North In Blountstown. 850-674-2869.
Mallory Towing and Recovery reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
January 25, 2006


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Mrs. Peggy Howland spoke at
the Blountstown Woman's Club
meeting Thursday, January 19,
at the W.T. Neal Civic Center.
Pres. Jo Johnson presided.
Margaret Addison gave the
devotions using an unusual sug-
gestion about New Year's
Resolutions. Instead of making a
resolution just about you, why
not make a resolution to do
something to change the world
for the better?

Resolve to be kinder and more
thoughtful! Your small begin-
ning will spread from family and
friends to the community, etc.
Wouldn't it be wonderful to
spread kindness and considera-
tion throughout the world? She
closed with a prayer and then led
the Pledge of Allegiance.
Home Life Department
Chairman Gail Wood introduced
Healthy Start Care Coordinator
Peggy Howland from the
Calhoun-Liberty Health
Department.

Although she wears many
"hats," Mrs. Howland's focus was
on the importance of giving our
children a "healthy start." She
discussed the program in detail
emphasizing the value of Pre-
Natal Screening and a careful fol-
low-up. Actually, every baby
born in Florida must receive a
Health Screening.
Mrs. Howland is dedicated to
this worthwhile program -
Healthy Start the first step to
healthy, happy children.
Club members also donated


items to the health department's
Baby Closet.
Pres. Johnson thanked Mrs.
Howland for her informative and


entertaining talk. She also
thanked Gail Wood for arranging
the program and the several
members who provided the


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dessert and drinks.
The next meeting will be the
Sweetheart Auction, Thursday,
February 16, at the Civic Center.


Breezes host Christmas day dinner party

Bill and Jane Breeze of Blountstown hosted a Christmas day dinner at their home on Frank Williams Lane
in Blountstown. Their guests included two young students from Mexico, Adrian Mercado and Fausto
Mercado, nephews of Lupe Wilson of Blountstown. Adrian and Fausto are brothers and attend the University
of Guadalajara, Mexico, where they are studying to be doctors of medicine and psychology. Pictured
above are the hosts and their guests (front row, from left), Jane Breeze, Henrietta Leath, Lupe Wilson, (back
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OBITUARII S


CHARLES A. CAMPANA
Mr. Charles Campana expired
Sunday, January 22, 2006. He
was 93.
He was a former resident of
Blountstown, living in Pine Island.
His wife Jean predeceded him in
2003. Charles died from compli-
cations of pneumonia at Saint
John's Hospital in Yonkers, NY.
He was a navy veteran, sailing on
the Aux. Carrier USS Langley in
the Pacific Theater of World War II,
1942-1945.
He is survived by his brothers:
Arty and Bill Campana; two nieces
and two nephews and their chil-
dren.
His body will be buried next to
his wife at the Ardsley Cemetery
in Ardsley, NY.
EDSEL RALPH DEASON
'Mr. Edsel Ralph Deason, 75, of
Bristol, passed away Saturday,
January 21, 2006, in
Blountstown.
Mr. Deason was a native and
life long resident of Bristol and
was a retired Forest Ranger with
the State Division of Forestry. He
was an avid sportsman and a jack
of all trades. In his early years he
excelled as an athlete playing foot-
ball for Liberty County High
School. He was of the Pentecostal
faith:
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Ralph and Reba
Deason, and a sister, Norma Jean
Vittum.
Survivors include a son,
Ronnie Deason and his wife, Lara,
of Bristol; a brother, Jerome
Bracewell of Bristol; two sisters,
Sybil Halley of Blountstown and
Willowdean Huard of Bristol; and
two grandchildren, Alissa and
Daniel Deason of Bristol.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 PM EST Tuesday, January
24, from 'the First Baptist Church
in Bristol with Reverend Victor
Walsh officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the Mitchem Cemetery
near Bristol.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements, ph.
643-5410.
DONALD THOMAS McLELLAN
Donald Thomas McLellan, 66,
of Kinard, FL, (Oak Grove
Community) went to be with our
Lord on Wednesday, January 18,
2006, after an extended illness.
Don was born on January 9,
1940, in Weymouth,
Massachusetts. He was preceded
in death by his younger brother.
Robert Bobbv" \William McLellan,
and his devoted mother, Helen
Ruth 'McCann" McLellan. He
attended school in Weymouth, MA
and joined the U. S. Navy in 1957.
On July 3, 1965, he married his
loving wife of 40 years, also of
Weymouth, ,Maureen Ann
"Carroll" McLellan.
He is survived by his wife
Maureen, and their wonderful
children, Donna Marie McLellan
of Kinard, FL, Sean Robert
McLellan of Lake Worth, FL, Brian
Joseph McLellan of Kinard, and
Kristen Ann Smith of Kinard; their
beautiful and joyful grandchil-
dren, David and Jessica Parcher
of Cape Coral, FL, Christopher
Mathew McLellan of Boynton
Beach, FL, and Savannah and
Hailey Smith of Kinard. (No mat-
ter how bad the pain hurt "Pop's"
grandchildren always made the
sun shine and a radiant smile
appear upon his face).
Don was employed by the
Board of County Commissioners
of Broward County, FL, as an Air
Conditioning & Refrigeration
Technician from June, of 1973
until December 15, 2000, when
he retired.
He loved bass fishing and the
great outdoors and he loved all
sports. He always had a kind word
for everyone and never hesitated
to help a person in need. He will
be missed by all who knew him
and loved him but his memories
will remain forever in our hearts.
A "Memorial Celebration of his
Life" was held at St. Lawrence
Catholic Mission, Highway 71,
Wewahitchka. FL on Friday,
January 20. at 5 p.m. CT. In lieu
of flowers. the family respectfully'
requests that a donation be made
to Covenant Hospice of Mananna.
FL. in lo\lng memory of Don. for


all the loving care and devotion
that all of Don's nurses gave to
him to help keep him free of pain
and anguish.
Arrangements were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home in Port St. Joe, ph. 850-
227-1818.
EUGENE RUSSELL NOBLES
Mr. Eugene Russell Nobles, 91,
of Blountstown, died Sunday
morning, January 22, 2006, at
the Calhoun Liberty Hospital.
Mr. Nobles was born in Albany,
New York and had lived in
Blountstown since 1978 coming
from Burley, ID. Eugene was a
retired rental property manager
and was a member of the Seventh
Day Adventist Church in
Marianna.
Survivors include his loving
wife, Clara Nobles of Blountstown;
two sons, Neil Russell Nobles and
his wife, Nancy of Enbudo, NM,
Nathan Robert Nobles of Enbudo,
NM; one daughter, Linda Basquez
and her husband, Don, of
Blountstown; 13 grandchildren,
16 great grandchildren and four
great, great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, January 26, at 2:00
p.m. (CST) from the Peavy Funeral
Home Chapel with Pastor Chuck
Woods officiating. Interment will
follow in the Pine Memorial
Cemetery in Blountstown. The
family will receive friends
Wednesday, January 25, 2006
from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
(CST) at the Peavy Funeral Home.
All arrangements are under the
direction of Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in Blountstown,
FL. 850-674-2266.
RONALD PHILLIPS
Mr. Ronald Phillips, 50, of
Westchester, IL, and a former res-
ident of Altha, FL, died Friday,
January 20, 2006, at MacNeal
Hospital in Berwyn, IL.
Mr. Phillips was born in
Wewahitchka, FL. He was a fore-
man for an asphalt paving compa-
ny. Ronald was a member of the
Baptist faith. Ronald was preced-
ed in death by his mother arid
father, Allie and Lonnie Phillips
and a brother, Nig Phillips.
Survivors include his loving
wife, Teri Phillips of Westchester,
IL; one son, Eric Phillips of
Wheaton, IL; one daughter, Diana
Phillips of Joliet, IL; two brothers,
R.L. Phillips and his wife, Bobbie,
of Altha. FL: J.C. Phillips and his
%%ife, Melody. rif Prattville, AL- two
sisters, .Rochelle Creamer and her
husband, Broward, of Fernandnma
Beach, FL, Margie Barfield and
her husband, Vernie, of Altha, FL;
one granddaughter, Hailey
Phillips of Joliet, IL.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, January 28, at 1:00
p.m. (CST) from the Poplar Head
Baptist Church in Clarks\'ille
Interment will follow in the Poplar
Head Cemetery in Clarksville.
The family will receive friends
Friday, January 27, from 5:00
p.m. until 8:00 p.m. (CST) at the
Peavy Funeral Home.
All arrangements are under the
direction of Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in Blountstown,.
FL, ph. 850-674-2266.
WALTER POTTS
SSSGT Walter Potts, retired, 90,
of 24899 NW Walter Potts Road,
Altha, died Thursday morning,
January 19, .2006, at his resi-
dence.
Mr. Potts was born on June 19,
1915, in Ashburn, GA, and had
lived in Calhoun County for most
of his life. He was retired from the,
United States Air Force with 33
years of service. Walter was a vet-
eran ofWWII, Korean Conflict and

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He was preceded in death by
his wife, Evelyn Potts; four sons,
John, Floyd, Ellis, and Roy Potts;
and one daughter, Virginia
Shelton. *
Survivors include one daugh-
ter, Eleanor Bozeman of Altha;
one sister, Stella Mae Barwick of
Yulee, FL; 15 grandchildren and
26 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, January 22, at 12 noon
from the Peavy Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. David Goodman
officiating. Interment followed in
the New Shiloh Cemetery near
Altha.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 850-674-2266.
MARY B. SEWELL
Mrs. Mary B. Sewell, 96, of
Altha, FL, died early Friday morn-
ing, January 20, 2006, at the
Calhoun Liberty Hospital.
Mrs. Sewell was born on
October 15, 1909, in Altha and
had lived there all of her life.
Mary retired from the Altha
School Lunchroom with 12 years
of service. Mrs. Sewell was .a
member of the Altha Church of
God and was the oldest and last
charter member.
Survivors include four sons,
Harmon Sewell and his wife,
Robbie, of Greensboro,' William
Earl Sewell and his wife, Angelina,
of the Red Oak Community, Paul
Sewell and his wife, Marlene, of
White City, Fate Sewell and his
wife, Alice Ann, of Altha; four
daughters, Eva Weston and her
husband, Gundy, of White City,
Johnnie Maddox of Altha,
Blondell Morgan of Lynn Haven,
Jewell Herring of the Alliance
Community; four brothers, Pete
Baggett of Dellwood, FL, L.N.
Baggett, Bill Baggett, and Bobby
Baggett, all ofAltha; three sisters:
Irene Stanley of Altha, Dot Bethel
of the Alliance Community, Ninva
Grooms of Altha, Sue Baggett of
Altha; well over a hundred grand-
children, great grandchildren and
great, great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, January 22, at 3:00 p.m.
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Interment followed in the Chipola
Cemetery in Altha.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 850-674-2266.
RUSSELL VICKERY, SR.
Mr. Russell Vickery, Sr., 94, of
Quincy and Blountstown, died
Friday, January 20, 2006.
A native of Washington County,
he was a member of Cypress
Creek Community Church. He
also attended Santa Clare Baptist
Church in Quincy.
Survivors include his wife,
Fronie Owens Vickery, of Quincy;
his children, William A. Vickery
and .his wife, Brenda, of Sneads,
Russell Vickery, Jr. and his wife,
Faye, of Blountstown, Bonnie
Tindall of Tallahassee, George
Owens, Jr. of Quincy, Tilman
Owens of Tallahassee, Margaret
Freeland and her husband,
Thomas, of Tallahassee, Sara O.
Buckley and Christine Fason,
both of Quincy; two brothers, Ivan
Vickery and Early Vickery; a sis-
ter, Iris Bauldree; seven grand7
children, nine great grandchildren
and one great, great grandchild.
Funeral services were held
Monday, January 23, at 2:00 p.m.
(CST) at Cypress Creek
Community Church, Alford, with
burial in the church cemetery.
Independent Funeral Home in
Quincy was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 850-875-1529.
MARGIE BROWN WHITFIELD
Mrs. Margie Brown Whitfield,-
84, of Starke, FL, died Thursday,
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ing a long illness.
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Pastor: Rev. Dave Odum
Sunday School...9:30 AM Worship Service...1 1100 AM
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Graham, FL, on May 24, 1921,
and moved to Starke in 1989 from
Tampa, FL. She was a member of
the Baptist Faith and a homemak-
er.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Drew Whitfield, and
a son, Gary Whitfield.
Mrs. Whitfield is survived by
one daughter, Debby Husted of
Starke; one son, Robert Whitfield
of Punta Gorda, FL; two sisters,
Frances Keene and Tommie
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with Rev. James Cowart and Mr.
Steve Manning conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Chipola Cemetery, Altha, on
Monday, January 23, at 2:00 p.m.
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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 10AM


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BOATS & MOTORS

16' Alumacraft with all the extras with
trailer, 20 HP Mercury outboard motor,
Minn Kota trolling motor, live well with
aerator, 2 new deep cycle batteries.
$1850. Call 674-9077.

CARS & TRUCKS
1996 Saturn SL, 4 dr. Sedan, leather,
power, AM/FM, CD, excellent gas
mileage, very dependable, $2900 OBO.
1982 Mercedes 300 DL,.runs great, looks
good, $2900 OBO. Call 674-3872.
1998 Ford Windstar, needs motor,
$1000. Call 674-5820.

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2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no pets.
674-4011.
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most util-

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Therapy Department.
Skilled Nursing Facility
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Medical Exp. a Plus!
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Currently seekingthe following
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Bachelor's Degree You Worker
Full time Youth Worker
Part Time You Workers

All applicants must be a high
school graduate and at least 21
years of age with a valid
driver's license.
Please call (850)722-6117
Jan.25, 2006


cities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers when avail-
able. Call 674-4011.
RV lots for rent. RV Campers for sale,
rent, lease for $75 and $85 weekly. 2
locations. Call 674-7616.
3 bdr., 1 bath home. $550 per month
plus $400 deposit. Call 643-8054.


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1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
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Sutton Creek Apartments
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
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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.
Ivory wedding. dress, new, never
worn, size 10/12. Will mail picture. Call
674-2021.
Dining table with six chairs, rectan-
gular, wooden, 77" x 40" with leaf, $550.
Call 674-5820.

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3-11 and 11-7 CNA's
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Phone 850-674-5464
Jan. Z5, Fev. 1, 2006


Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty. $150. 850-
425-8374.
6 Pc. full/queen bedroom set. New in
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783.
CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250. Brand
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879
New leather sofa and loveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-2113.
NEW BEDROOM SET: Beautiful cher-
ry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King
sleigh bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 night-
stands. Sug. List, $5200, sell $1650.
850-545-7112.
NEW Brand Name King Mattress Set,
$250, in plastic, warranty. 850-425-8374.
NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, in unopened plastic. Must
sell, $125. 850-545-7112.
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted
china cabinet. $3K retail, sell for $900.
850-425-8374.

MATTRESS SET New full set with war-
ranty, $100, call 850-222-7783.
Bestway 12'x20' storage building with
4 windows, extra wide door, wired for
electricity, some built in tables, 3 yrs. o Id,
like new. Paid $7,000 will sell for $2,500.
Call 762-3479.
Large Mac toolbox with complete set
of hand tools and some other tools,
$5,000. Call 674-5669.


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FREE PETS
Free to a good home, (2) part Rat
Terrier dogs. must stay together. Has
been spayed and all shots. Must have a
big yard. Call 674-7952.

HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!!
NO experience required. Werner
Enterprises has immediate openings for
entry-level semi drivers. Our avg. drivers
earn more than $36K first year. 60% of
our drivers get home nightly/weekly. 15-
day CDL training available in your area.
Call today 1-866-280-5309.
Drivers wanted. Must have Class A &
B CDL. Call 674-8664 or apply at Griffin
Sand & Concrete, Blountstown, FL.

LOST & FOUND
Lost white male walker with red head
lost in the vicinity of River Styx. Dog has
a regular collar and a camouflage track-
ing collar. If you know the whereabouts
of this dog please call 850-639-2899.
Found black tool box and tools around
12 noon on Monday, January 23 at Main
St., Blountstown. Call 674-2020.

MOBILE HOMES
Mobile home for rent, 2 bdr. 1.5 bath
with water, sewer and night light fur-
nished. Located 5 miles on Hwy. 69 N.,
Blountstown. Prefer older couple or
retired person. $385/mo plus $350
deposit. Call 674-8834 or 785-6473.

PETS FOR SALE
Reg. black Lab puppy, 10 mo. old. 3
generation papers, shots, wormed, $85.


Can be seen at 15721 SE CR 69, Hugh
Creek Road. Call 674-9077.
REAL ESTATE
Land for Sale Hwy. 69-A road
frontage. Parcel 1 nineteen acres (mol)
- $129,000; Parcel 2 nineteen acres
(mol) $89,000.00. Call Shalene at (850)
762-8025.

SERVICES
"Christian & Civil Marriages" Rev.
Dr. James Etherton, 850-674-2137.

WANTED
20 gal cast iron pot and a 210 double
barrel shotgun. Call 850-532-2066.


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Is accepting applications for Full-Time position of Police Officer -
Patrolman 1.. Must meet FDLE requirements, to include L.E. FDLE
certification. People, oral & written communication, and some
computer skills essential. Starting pay is $26,000/annual plus
overtime and benefits. Applications will be reviewed until position is.
filled. Call 850-648-4790 for information or pick up application at
118 N. 14th Street. The City of Mexico Beach is an EEOC provider.
Jan.25, Feb. 1, 2006


Large US Mail Contractor

Part-time Tractor-Trailer

Driver for local runs.

Must have a clean MVR,

2 years recent exp.

Over 19.00 per hour. For

details call Ernie or Kayla

at 1-866-781-2245.









The County Record, JANUARY 25, 2006, Page 13
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Two blood drives are



scheduled next week


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Altha High School senior Justin McCoy recently gave a pint when
the Southeastern Community Blood Center's mobile unit paid a visit to
the school for a drive. The Liberty County Courthouse in Bristol will be
the site of a drive on Monday, Jan, 30, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET.
Blountstown Health and Rehabilitation Center will host a drive on
Tuesday, Jan. 31 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. CT,


IMItyHMIcIHmissio


CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
JANUARY 3, 2006
PRESENT AND ACTING:
TRUMAN GRANT, CHAIRMAN
EARL HUNT, VICE-CHAIR-
MAN
DANNY RAY WISE
JIM PICKRON
JERAL HALL, SR.
JAMIE STRICKLAND, BAILIFF
MATT FUQUA, ATTORNEY
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
JANICE HOLLEY, DEPUTY
CLERK
The meeting was called to
order by Bailiff Strickland with
prayer and pledge of allegiance
led by Commissioner Pickron.
TIM JENKS, MAINTENANCE
DEPARTMENT UPDATE
Mr. Jenks stated that his
Department had been working
on the restrooms at Shelton
Park. He stated they would be
placing pipe at the Kinard Park
in the next few days.
Commissioner Grant stated
that some of the lights are out at
Clay Mary Park. Mr. Jenks stat-
ed he would replace them.
Commissioner Grant stated that
he would like to see more lights
added in that area.
BILL ADKINS, ROAD DEPART-
MENT UPDATE
Mr. Adkins stated that his
Department is working in
District 5 hauling dirt and
repairing driveways. Mr.
O'Bryan stated that the Road
Department will go off rotation
and to begin hauling fill dirt and
.cleaning ditches.
Commissioner Pickron dis-
cussed with the Board the prob-
lem with wet rock. The Board
directed Mr. O'Bryan to discuss
this with Mr. Brooks owner of
Marianna Lime.
DON A. O'BRYAN,
EMERGENCY MANAGE-
MENT/GRANTS COORDINA-
TOR
Mr. O'Bryan stated that
approximately 67,000 tons of
lime rock base was needed for
small projects and 300,000 tons
for Lime Rock Base for large proj-
ects.
.Mr. O'Bryan stated that he
will be attending the annual
Florida Emergency Preparedness
(FEPA) Conference in St.
Petersburg, Florida on January
23-27, 2006.

COY ADKINS, APACHEE ROAD
Mr. Adkins representing
Break-Away Speedway discussed
with the Board the possibility of
paving Apachee Road from Co.
Road 274 to the rack track. He
stated there were approximately
1,500 people on their mailing
list. Mr. O'Bryan stated that the
Board is planning to repair and
mitigate approximately 0.4 mile
of the road under the Watershed
Assistance Program (WAP) Grant
Program. This would include
paving of the site. He stated that
there would be approximately 1
mile that would not be paved;
however, this portion would be
ready for paving and could be
paved for approximately
$100,000. After a lengthy dis-
cussion, the Board asked Mr.
Adkins to discuss with the owner
the possibility of cost sharing
halfof the asphalt cost for the
additional mile. The Board would
consider funding half of the
paving project. Mr. Adkins stated


that he would discuss this with
the owner report back to the
Board at the January 17, 2006
Board Meeting.
MIKE CALHOUN, DISTRICT
ELECTIONS
Mr. Calhoun discussed with
the Board the responsibility each
Commissioner has in the
County. He stated that even
though they were elected by dis-
tricts, that they were to make
decisions based on the County as
a whole, not by districts. He stat-
ed that each Commissioner
should represent the County as a
whole.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
Clerk Attaway stated that at
the December 20. 2005 Board
NIeeLing the Board itabled-'The
request to : nominate a
Commissioner to represent
Calhoun County to the
Governing Board of. the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council. She asked if the Board
would nominate a representative
at this time, and a motion was
made by Commissioner Pickron,
seconded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to appoint
Commissioner Wise to the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council Board for 2006. The
Board also appointed
Commissioner Pickron to serve
as alternate to the Apalachee
regional Planning Council Board.
Clerk Attaway presented to
the Board a notice from US
Senator Bill Nelson to attend a
Town Hall Meeting, Friday,
January 6, 2006 at 12:30 P.M. at
the Callahan's Restaurant.
The minutes of December 20,
2005 were approved as present-
ed.

COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise stated
that he would like to attend the
FSASE Canvassing Board
Workshop, Thursday, January
19, 2006 in Orlando, Florida.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hunt,
seconded by Commissioner Hall
and carried for Commissioner
Wise to attend the Workshop.
ATTORNEY FUQUA
Attorney Fuqua stated that
Mr. Cochran illegally developed
the property for an RV Park that
was in question at the last
Planning Commission Meeting.
He recommended to the Board to
get an injunction against Mr.
Cochran until he goes through
proper procedure for the park. A
motion was made by
Commissioner' Hunt, seconded
by Commissioner Wise and car-
ried for Attorney Fuqua to file an
injunction against Mr. Cochran
to stop all action until the proper
procedure has been followed.
Attorney Fuqua stated that he
would have three ordinances for
advertising at the next Board
Meeting.
COMMISSIONER PCIKRON
Commissioner Pickron stated
that he would like to talk with
the City of Blountstown in refer-
ence to additional night lights
being placed on 11th Street and
Chipola Road. The Board asked
Commissioner Pickron to report
back at the next Board Meeting.
There being no further busi-
ness, the Board did adjourn.

ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
TRUMAN GRANT, VICE
CHAIRMAN


January is National Blood
Donor Month and mobile drives
are planned around the area.
The Liberty County
Courthouse in Bristol will be the
site of a drive on Monday, Jan.
30, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET.
Blountstown Health and
Rehabilitation Center will host a
drive on Tuesday, Jan. 31 from 1
to 3:30 p.m. CT.
According to Jeanne Dariotis,
Southeastern Community Blood
Center (SCBC) CEO, "If all who
are eligible to donate would do so
on a regular basis (three to four
times per year), blood needs
could be met and shortages
could become a thing of the
past."
Everyone, whether it is real-
ized or not, depends on blood.
Every two seconds, someone
needs blood. Each day, patients
across the country receive
approximately 38,000 units of
this lifesaving resource. This
year alone, as many as five mil-
lion patients will require blood
transfusions, as accident vic-
tims, people undergoing surgery,
and patients receiving treatment
for leukemia, cancer and other


diseases.
To commemorate National
Blood Donor Month, SCBC will
give everyone who gives blood,
January 1-31 on a SCBC blood-
mobile or fixed site, a National
Blood Donor Month T-Shirt.
People who are interested in
becoming blood donors, learning
about bloodmobile drive loca-
tions or hosting a blood drive can
contact SCBC at 850-526-4403,
800-722-2218 or log onto SCB-
CINOF.ORG. Make an appoint-
ment today with SCBC to donate
blood.
To donate blood, individuals
must be healthy, at least 17
years old and weigh 110 pounds
or more. Blood only lasts 42
days and needs to be constantly
replenished by blood donations.
SCBC is located at 2944 Penn
Avenue in Marianna. Other loca-
tions include 1731 Riggins Road
in Tallahassee, Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital in
Tallahassee, and in Douglas,
Georgia. All centers are open
9AM-6PM Monday-Friday. In
addition, the Tallahassee loca-
tion is open on Saturdays, 9AM-
1PM.


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The County Record, JANUARY 25, 2006, Page 14


Tri-State Off Road 4



fast track winners True Holiness to host


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Minnie Johnson and Doris Traylor are pictured receiving the award
from Keep America Beautiful's President, G. Raymond Empson.


KCCB honored with the


President's Circle Award


Keep Calhoun County
Beautiful, Inc., was honored as a
President's Circle Award Winner
at Keep America Beautiful's 52nd
National Conference in Orlando,
FL recently.
This award recognized the
high performance achieved by
our affiliate in 2005 against Keep
America Beautiful's standards of
excellence.
Keep Calhoun County
Beautiful, Inc. met the standards


by attending training sessions,
maintaining an active board,
conducting an annual litter
index, calculating a cost benefit
ratio, engaging volunteers to take
greater responsibility for their
community environment as well
as conducting activities in Keep
America Beautiful's three core
focus areas of litter prevention,
waste reduction and beautifica-
tion and community improve-
ment.


BHS News cont'd


BHS School Related Employee
of the Year
Mrs. Carmen Overholt has
been selected as Blountstown
High School's School Related
Employee of the Year. Mrs.
Overholt received her education
at American School in Texas.
She moved to Florida and attend-
ed Chipola Junior College. Now
Mrs. Overholt is married to Titus
Overholt and has a son, Titus,
who is a senior at BHS.
Mrs. Overholt has been work-
ing at BHS for three and a half
years. She decided to work at
BHS because she enjoys working
with teenagers and enjoys meet-
ing all the interesting people. At
first she was a substitute
teacher, but now she works in
the media center and is cheer-
leading sponsor. As sponsor, she
has met many interesting girls
and enjoyed the challenges of
cheerleading. However, Mrs.
Overholt most enjoys working
with the wonderful people at
BHS.
Congratulations, Mrs.
Overholt, on being chosen School
Related Employee of the Year.
Thank you for everything you
have done at BHS!
By: Staci Pittman

Cap and Gown Portraits for
Seniors
Cap and Gown Portraits will
be taken on February 2nd during
school. The sitting fee will be
$25.00 which needs to be paid at
the time of pictures. Five poses
will be taken. Senior girls need
to show up with their make up,
scoop neck shirt, and hair styled
to hold cap. Senior boys need to
have a black tie, white shirt, and
be clean shaven.

Blountstown High School Teen
Trendsetters
This year BHS has started a
reading program to help BES
third graders. Sixteen BHS stu-
dents volunteered their time. In
September, Teen Trendsetter
representatives from the state
office came to BHS for a training
session. Blountstown and Altha
volunteers learned how to con-
duct a lesson on helpful reading
strategies.


One the first day at the ele-
mentary school, very excited
third graders learned who their
mentors were. The kids were
ecstatic to have "high schoolers"
as their mentors.
Mrs. Sharon Leonard
McCrone, BHS business educa-
tion teacher, made the
Trendsetters as well as their stu-
dents a colorful t-shirt to wear
on session days. The kids were
very excited to have their very
own shirt that was exclusively for
their reading buddies.
At Christmas, BHS
Treindsetteis also planned a
Christmas Party for the kids.
Each trendsetter bought his
other third grader a Christmas
gift and enjoyed sharing a snack
at the party. The kids enjoyed
the party and appreciated the
gifts.
BHS hopes to continue our
program for years to come. Next
year, we plan to have more vol-
unteers so we are able to help
more children.
By: Nikki Bernhard

FYI
Through Feb 8 Senior
Candy Sale
Jan. 25 Herff Jones meets
with sophomores. 7:45-8:15
Jan. 26 School Lit and Lang.
Contest, 6th and 7th periods;
Boys Basketball game away in
Wewa at 6:00/7:30 p.m.; Girls
Basketball game away in Vernon
at 6:00 p.m.
Jan. 27 Boys Basketball
game, home against Altha at
6:00/7:30 p.m.; Girls Basketball
game away in Wewa at 6:00 p.m.
Jan. 28 Boys Basketball
game, home against Marianna at
6:00/7:30 p.m.
Jan. 30 Football/Volleyball
Award Banquet; Progress
Reports; Herff Jones sophomore
ring order from 11:45-5:00
Jan. 31 Boys Basketball
game, home against West
Gadsden 5:30/7:00 p.m.; Girls
Basketball District Tournament,
home at 7:00
Feb. 4 Girls Basketball
District Tournament, home at
7:00
Feb. 17 Senior Trip Deposit
Due


Super Stock
1st pl Andy Cumbie


Wildcats-
four rebounds and one steal.
Peacock followed with 12 points,
a rebound, two assists, and four
steals. Chafin offered nine
points, four rebounds, 11
assists, and a steal. Holland con-
tributed nine points, six
rebounds, and a steal.
Altha hosted Freeport
Tuesday night (details unavail-
able at press time). R.F. Munroe
comes to town Thursday with
J.V. at 5 p.m., followed by varsi-
ty at 6:30. The Cats travel to
Blountstown Friday with J.V. at
6 p.m. and varsity at 7:30.
They'll be back on the road
Tuesday to take on R.F. Munroe.
The J.V. team takes the court at
5 p.m. with varsity at 6:30.


fifth Sunday meeting

True Holiness Church of
Christ Written In Heaven will be
having it's Fifth Sunday Union
Meeting beginning January 27.
Women's night will be held on
January 27, at 7:00 p.m. and
Youth Night will be held on
Saturday, January 28, at 7:00
p.m.
On Sunday, Bishop Nathaniel
Pollock will be speaking at 12
noon. Everyone is invited to come
and be a part of these services.

Bread of Life giving

away groceries Sat.

Bread of Life Food Ministries
will give away groceries on
Saturday, January 28, from 8 to
10 a.m.
Everyone must'bring an ID
and get signed up for the new


year. This is the beginning of a.
new year and everyone must re-
sign.
The church is located at-
13913 SW CR 275. For more-
information call 674-5880.






The family of Doris Williams
would like to thank everyone for
their love and prayers in our
time of need. We would also like
to thank them for the food and
flowers, and especially like to
thank Grace Crow from Hospice
for being so caring. People like
her make hard times much easi-
er.
We also want to thank Rhonda
Bush and everyone who was sent
to us by Hospice.
God Bless you all.

Doris Williams Family


The Fast Track results of
January 21, at the Tri-State Off
Road Park were as follows:
4 & 6 Cylinder
1st pl Harry Goodwin
Super Street Legal Consistency
1st pl Debbie Flowers
2nd pl -Tommy Arnold
3rd pl Kent O'Neal
Consistency
1st pl Lee Flowers
2nd pi -Paul Herron
3rd pi Harry Goodwin
4th pi Steve Whitfield
Modified Stock Sportsman
1st pl Paul Herron
2nd pl Jimmy Mathes
3rd pl Tank Dickens
4th pl Dee Ping
Super Stock Open
1st pl Andy Cumbie
2nd pl Michael Whiting
3rd pl Rudy Madrid
Sand Drags
Factory Pure Stock Street
1st pl Jeffrey Davis
2nd pl Kenny Clewis
3rd pl Kevin Shirah
4th pi Rodney Burch
Modified Stock Sportsman
1st pl Harry Goodwin
2nd pl Paul Herron
3rd pl Chad Flowers
4th pl Jimmy Mathes


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A 20 Hour Childcare Traifiing
course will meet April 1 & 8 from
7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $76. A 10
Hour Childcare Training (devel-
opmentally appropriate prac-
tices, 3-5 year olds) course will
meet May 6 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost is $38.
A Real Estate Sales course will
meet Saturdays, Feb. 4 through
March 18 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost is $240.
A Sign Language I class will
meet Tuesdays, Feb. 7 through
April 18 from 5 to 7 p.m. Cost is
$81.
The Continuing Education
Department also offers custom
motivational workshops for busi-
nesses and organizations. The
following are available: Eat That
Frog: Stop Procrastinating and
Get More Done in Less Time;
Whale Done: The Power of
Positive Relationships; The
Pygmalion Effect: Managing the
Power of Expectations;
Discussing Performance; The


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