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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 2006 N 99th Year, No. 26 E BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 5 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


ARREST


Local man


accused of

robbery at


gunpoint

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A suspect accused of rob-
bing a local man at gunpoint
turned himself in to the
Calhoun County Jail last
week.
Sheffield Smith has been
charged with grand theft
and robbery with a firearm
in the case.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office,
Carnell Palm of Blountstown
contacted authorities Feb.
13. In a sworn statement to
Maj. Roman Wood, he
alleged Smith pulled a gun
on him Feb. 11 and stole
$800. Palm stated he was
washing cars outside a
nightclub on Ward Road
around 8 pm. when he
walked into an alley between
the club and a house to turn
off the water. Palm said
Smith approached him in
the alley and said he wanted
to talk to him, then put a
small revolver to the right
side of his head and said,
See ROBBERY, page 13



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THE ANNUAL MISS CALHOUN COUNTY PAGEANT was held Saturday at the Blountstown High School Auditorium
witn five young ladies taking home titles. Pictured above are (from left) Savannah McCroan (Junior Miss), Ashley
SL'tle (Little Miss) Jessica Metcalf (lMiss). Katelyn Bc.zeman (Young Miss), and Emily Brooks (Teen Miss). Metcalf
and Lytle will go on to represent Colhoun County at the Miss and Little Miss National Peanut Festival Pageant in
Dothan this fall. For more pageant,highlights, turn to page 14.


DOWNTOWN REVITAUZATION


Main Street talks design




strategy, codes for town

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News, Editor
Changes are on the hori-
zon for downtown
Blountstown and the local
Main Street board is strate-
gizing to create a quaint,
unified business district.
Just a couple months ,
back, the old Ramsey
Piggly Wiggly was demol- -
ished, making way for a
new Wakulla Bank build-
ing. Bank officials have
been working with Main
Street to help rejuvenate
downtown with a theme -
that reflects the spirit of
this river community. Main
Street Chairman Tony [
Shoemaker ws las he isBlountstown Main Street members Angle Hill (far left) and Vicki Montford (right) listen to a
are developing. "I've seen presentation by Mr. and Mrs. Park Trammell who were special guests at their last meeting.
the Wakulla Bank design The Trammells have offered their assistance with design plans for the BPD.
and I'm really happy with Bank and I think it's going to be won- on display the railroad history and
that," he tells The County Record. derful," Shoemake remarks. "We information on the founding of
"We have an upcoming meeting with haven't gotten anything finalized on downtown Blountstown, as well as
the architect, but I'm very pleased the police department and that's all the things that the railroad
with the preliminary design. what we're waiting on. That piece of touched. It was involved in a lot of
Hopefully, that's going to get every- the puzzle will make the difference. I the early businesses turpentine,
one fired up with downtown." believe the whole face of downtown lumber mills, and even steamboat
In addition to the new bank, e in the next year or year shipments. I was in the depot this
City of Blountstown has plans in and a half." week and found where they unloaded
place to build a new police depart- Shoemake has been aggressively steamboats and put the cargo on the
ment on the corner of SR 20 and 71.
pursuing a grant to restore the old M M & B railroad to carry it north. The
Blountstown natives Park and & B train depot downtown. A grant railroad just touched so many things
Robert Trammell appeared before the review meeting is set for March 27- it was an economic engine that sort
City Council last month asking them 28 in Tallahassee and Main Street of drove Blountstown in it's early
to consider working with Main Street members plan to be there to fight for years.
to design the police station along the funding. "The grant will be used to Shoemake says Main Street is
lines of the old courthouse and renovate the M & B building and put working with the city to create tex-
Wakulla Bank. City leaders agreed to the Chamber of Commerce in there, tured crosswalks that look like old
pursue similar design plans as their along with a welcome center for cobblestone. Research on downtown
budget allows. "The new police downtown Blountstown. They'll have codes is also underway.
department will play off the Wakulla


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CRIME


Liberty Co.

pair facing

charges in

check scam
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Warrants are being Issued
for the arrests of a Liberty
County man and woman
who allegedly tried to cash
bogus checks at two
Blountstown businesses.
Charges of forgery, utter-
ing, and possession of coun-
terfeit checks are pending
against Brenda Peterson and
Eric Johnson, both of
Bristol.
According to the
Blountstown Police
Department, an employee at
Ace Check Cashing contact-
ed their office Feb. 22 to
,report a white female came
in and attempted to cash a
check written on a Platinum
Automotive of Atlanta,
Georgia, account in the
amount of $653. The woman
identified herself as
Elizabeth Oostveen and
advised she worked for the
company's Tallahassee
branch. The ACE employee
contacted the company and
learned they didn't have a
branch in Tallahassee and
the check was forged. The
woman took the check, said
she was going to get her dri-
ver's license from her car,
then drove off with a black
male, later identified as
Johnson.
The couple later turned
up at C & C Pawn Shop in
Blountstown where the
check was determined to be
counterfeit. The owner
refused to cash it and took
down the couple's tag num-
ber as they drove away.
The woman was later
identified as Peterson and
Inv. Steve Swier of the
Liberty County Sheriffs
Office went to her residence
to speak with her about the
alleged incidents. Peterson
reportedly admitted to the
check cashing attempts and
said she used an altered dri-
ver's license with her picture
and Oostveen's number and
address. She allegedly stated
she didn't know Oostveen,
but her friend, Johnson, had
Oostveen's personal infor-
mation and made several
counterfeit checks for her to
cash. Peterson further
admitted she had cashed a
couple checks in Gadsden
County and two at Harvey's
in Blountstown. She also
alleged Johnson cashed one
at Ace Check Cashing back
in October.
Maj. Rodney Smith of the
See CHECKS, page 13


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To the Editor:
First of all, I have to say
thank you to my God for
healing my son DeLandon
Reed for God is good all the
time. I would like to take this
time to say thank God for the
people in Blountstown and
Bristol, Fla. for all their
prayers and support because
ya'll were there for us in the
time of need. I-know you
have heard this saying before
but I would like to take this
opportunity to remind you
that the Bible says the effec-
tual prayer of a righteous
man availeth much. God
opened The Flood Gates of
Heaven and blessed us with
a miracle.
Thanks to Chief Kimbrel
and the Blountstown Police
Department for working very
hard and doing a thorough
job. May God bless our city.
We are eternally grateful
for every card, flower, visit,
phone calls, advice, smiling
faces, and most of all for your
prayerful embraces.

With Love,
DeLandon, DeAnte',
Delano, Dollie, Daniel, and
Decapolis Reed

Letter to the Editor:
On Friday, February 17th,
my husband had the misfor-
tune of being involved in an
accident on Highway 20 in
front of the Apalachee
Restaurant in Bristol. We
would like to take this oppor-
tunity to thank everyone who
came to his aid during this
traumatic time.
We know there were sever-
al persons dining in the
restaurant including Sammy
Hanna, Rhonda Lewis and
Dale Hobby who were first on
the scene and rendered
assistance and comforted
him until Liberty County
EMS arrived. Paramedic
Maria Crump and EMT
Laryus Brown took over and
provided professional care as
well as informing me of the
accident and his condition.
Upon arrival at Calhoun
Liberty Hospital, he received
the utmost professional care
by the ER doctor, Dr. Galard,
and staff who assessed his
injuries and ordered the nec-
essary tests (X-Rays) seeing
an immediate need for trans-
fer to Tallahassee. Special
thanks to Linda, Desiree,
Darlene,;Beth and' Kathy in
the ER and Orville and Cindy
in Radiology for the excellent
care he received. Words can-
not express how much we
appreciate everyone at the
hospital for their concern
and words of encouragement.
To those from other
departments and those off-
duty who came to check on
me and who worked for me, I
will never forget it. To Chief
Kimbrel, Major Smith, Officer
Fred Tanner and Office John
Mallory, I don't know how I
would have made it without


your help and encourage-
ment and assistance in get-
ting me to Tallahassee. To my
fellow employees at the police
department, thanks for being
with me at the hospital,
working for me and calling
and offering your help and
checking on Wayne's condi-
tion.
To our family, especially
Amy, who came to be with us,
you will never know how
much your love and support
meant to us.
Thanks to everyone for
your prayers, calls and
thoughts during this difficult
time. It is comforting to
know that in your time of
need, you can rely on your
family, friends and co-work-
ers to be there for you.
Because of the excellent
care he received, the injuries
were not as serious as first
indicated and he is now at
home recovering. Again,
thanks to everyone who
assisted us in any way dur-
ing this most trying time in
our lives.

Pat and Wayne Padgett


To Whom It May Concern,
1 Do have a valid drivers
license!
On Wednesday, February
22, 2006, I was stopped by a
Calhoun County Deputy and
questioned about driving
with a suspended license. I
explained that if my license
were suspended I didn't know
anything about it. When the
deputy ran my license it
showed they had been sus-
pended for no insurance. At
that time I was handcuffed
and placed under arrest for
driving with a suspended
license and taken to the jail
where I was booked in at
11:30 a.m.
At 12:00 p.m. when the
insurance staff returned
from lunch my family con-
tacted them and explained
what had happened. The
insurance company went on
the computer and provided
the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles
with my insurance informa-
tion, this immediately rein-
stated my license and at
12:30 p.m., my license went
from invalid to valid.
Luckily, this was a week-
day during business hours
and I washable to get all my
paperwork to the appropriate
people before the courthouse
closed. Once I proved that I
did have insurance, that my
license should have never
been suspended for not hav-
ing insurance, and that they
had been reinstated at
12:30p.m. that day I was
released from jail at 2:00
p.m.
But the arrest couldn't be
taken back or kept off the
radio and out of the paper.

Calvin H. Hayes (Bubba)


Rep. Marti Coley co-hosting

'idea-raiser' meeting tonight


State Representative's
Marti Coley (R-Marianna)
and Ray Sansom (R Destin)
are hosting an "idea-raiser"
meeting with the Emerald
Coast Emerging Leaders
(ECEL) tonight, Wednesday,
March 1, from 5:00 p.m.
(CST) to 7:00 p.m. at the
Destin Area Chamber of
Commerce,, 4484 Legendary
Drive, Destin.
"We will live in a state
where Floridians live, work,
and pursue their biggest
dreams," said Representative
Coley. 'This forum is a great
opportunity for the public to
help us map out a long-term
vision for our state and our
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This new initiative by
Representative Coley and
Sansom seeking public input
comes on the heels of House
Speaker-Designate Marco
Rubio's (R-Miami) call for a
commitment to bold policy
rather than personalities or
partisan politics.
This will be one of several
meetings held all over the
state under this initiative.


Teacher, School-Related Employee of Year to be named




Ceremony Thursday


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

The Calhoun County
Educators Association will
host a ceremony Thursday,
Mar. 2, at 5 p.m. in the
Blountstown
High School
audiloridpr to
anneforce the
,: hool dis-
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dates.
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mnRill i. The
ROSEMARYSWILLEY Co tLT n t y
Record pre-
sented the nominees for the
Teacher of the Year. This
week, we'd like to introduce
you to the School Related
Employee of the Year candi-
dates.
Rosemary Swilley is the
nominee from Blountstown
Elementary School where she
serves as school secretary.
After nine years at BES, she
still loves her job. "I just
enjoy the atmosphere," she
remarks. "Everybody gets
along and it just makes it a
pleasant work environment."
Amy Calhoun,
Blountstown Middle School's
nominee, has been working
on campus doing data entry
for the past two years and
she hasn't regretted a minute
of her time there. "I enjoyjust
working with the staff and


students," she says. "It's a
great place to work!
Blountstown High School
nominee Carmen Overholt
feels the
same. She
has served
as media
center aide
at BHS for
the past
three years.
She points
out that
working
AMY CALHOUN inside the
school has
given her an even greater
respect for
educators.
"I see and
appreciate
all the
teachers
and staff do
to make
this a num-
ber one
school," she
states. "I CARMEN OVERHOLT
have a son
who goes here and I can see
how hard they work."
Over at
A 1 tha
School,
Bell e
Stewart
has been
the lunch-
room man-
ager for the
past three.
years, hav-
BELLE STEWART ing worked


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February 28, Southeastern
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reports that two open-heart
surgery patients are being
transfused with O positive
blood, which is in extremely
low supply.
One patient's surgery
requires multiple bypasses
and valve replacements and
is a seven hour procedure,
with a second patient under-
.going open-heart surgery as
well. Both TMH patients
need O positive blood.
'The O positive and 0 neg-
ative blood supply is at a one
day supply before the surger-
ies today. These surgeries
will further deplete our
already low inventory.
Therefore donors are needed
to replenish the blood sup-
ply," reports Debbie
Nennstiel, SCBC Director of
Laboratory Services.
This is a call for O Negative
and O Positive blood donors
to give blood. The patients'
short-term needs are, being
met. However more blood
could be needed to help their
recovery. Also of immediate
concern is if another trauma
occurs there is little O
Negative or O Positive blood
available.

O Negative blood is the
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to trauma patients when
there is not enough time to
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them a transfusion to save
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there since the 1989 school
year. "I just enjoy being
around the kids and the
staff," she says.
For the
past 23
years, Carr
School
nominee
Carol Hand
has been
assisting
students,
parents,
and faculty
in the office.
In addition
to serving as school secre-
tary, she also handles data
entry duties. What does she
enjoy best about her job?
"Most all of it!" she says with
a smile. "I like the kids and
working with the teachers."


The countywide nominee
is Renee Harrell who serves
as an administrative assis-
tant at the
special pro-
grams office.
After seven
years, she
says the
greatest
reward is, "A
job well
done."
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ceremony
Thursday afternoon and cele-
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The County Record, MARCH 1,2006, Page 3


Cadet Jenny Guilford receives


honors at Air Force Academy


CHIPOLA RIBBON-CUTTINGS-The Chipola College District Board -of Trustees and local
participated in ,l:-i :-n-cutting ceremonies Feb. 21, to celebrate -- .: i:.-ning of the co
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Lions Club 'Roar' s



Sfor March 11 at B


BY VANCE BATEMAN
Blountstown Lions Club
S The Blountstown Lion'
Club held their regular meet-
tng on February 13 at the
Apalachee Restaurant in
Bristol with President Steve


Girls, Joel Hathway's Easy
Company, Annie. Jo, Lisa
Yon, and Ed. Cotton( Jerry
C lower). Everyone agreed
that with a show such as this
there \ill be a large crowd
and a good time will be had
by all.


f Air Force Cadet Jenny A.
.. Guilford has earned honors
with placement on the
Superintendent's List at the
U.S. Air Force Academy,
Colorado Springs, Colo. The
cadet demonstrated excel-
lence in military perform-
ance, aca-
demic stud-
ies, and ath-
letic and
physical fit-
Cadets must
have main-
tained a 3.0
dignitaries or better
)lege's new grade point
-ii.:: cut average for
the Dean's
list, a mnili- AIR FORCE
tary per- CADET JENNY A.
formance GUILFORD
average for
[ l the Commandant's List, and
oSI I a physical education average
N- i for the Aihletic's List for a
- l I ; semester. Cadets meeting
I criteria requirements for
S placement on these merit
il lists are automatically placed
on the Superintendent's List.
The academy is a four-
year military institution of
higher learning that develops
and inspires new air. and
space leaders with the vision
for the future. The curricu-
lum provides cadets with
instruction, education, train-
demics, military training, avi-
ation and airmanship pro-
I' II grams, physical training, ath-
letic conditioning, and spiri-
tual and ethical development.
t The cadets graduate \ith
'e t ."the knowledge, ch-aracter and


Is


Of course profits will go to
the Lions Club to help those
who are less fortunate see a,
brighter future.
After a business session
and a great dinner served by
the restaurant, the meeting
was adjourned.


skills essentially required to
meet the leadership chal-
lenges of the 21st century as
career officers in the Air
Force.
Guilford is pursuing a
degree in legal studies.
She is the daughter of
Janice and David Watson of
Solomon Dairy Road, Quincy,


Fla. Her father, Jerry
Guilford, resides in
Blountstown, Fla.
The cadet is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Blountstown .High
School.

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Warren presiding.
Lion Steye opened .,the 'm. -" .. "w1 1" '
meeting w\\ith a prayer and'
Lio --,R6ddg,,t:'Ed* N.,orr .
Allegiance. Main order of
business was the final prepa-
ration for the Blountstown
5th Annual Lions Club Roarmeet 1gs planned
to be held at Blountstown
High School Auditorium on Mossy Pond Auxiliary A reminder to the neigh-
Saturday, March 11. at 6:00 would like to remind all fire- borhood: The Mossv Pond
PM. Buddy Smith has a line fighters and auxiliary mem- \TD is still taking donations
up of real talented entertain- bers of some upcoming meet- for rummage sales and auc-
ers such as the Rivertown in r inn


The auxiliary will meet
Mar. 2 at 6:30 p.m.. Mar. 7 at
12:30 p.m.. and Mar. 23 at
6:30 p.m.
Firefighters \ill meet Mar.
2 and Mar. 23 at 7 p.m. each
night.


Anyone with questions can
call Linda at 762-9295.
Georgia at 762-8302. or
Ralph at 762-3885.

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The County.Record, MARCH 1, 2006, Page 4


NEWS & EVENTS from the
SCalhoun County Chamber of Commerce
( 20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
4 0 (850) 74-4519 FAX: (850) 674-4962


BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
Chamber Staff Assistant
Board Meeting
The regular meeting of the
Board of Directors of the
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce is the second
.Thursday of each month at
noon CST in the Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital. The next
meeting is scheduled for
March 9th. Please RSVP to
the Chamber via telephone
(674-4519) or e-mail: cccha-
mber@yahoo.com.
Main Street & KCCB
The regular meeting of
Main Street Blountstown ,is
the first Monday -of each
month at noon CST in the.
Chamber's building. The next
meeting is scheduled for
March 6th. Angie Hill will
give a detailed report on the
"101 Workshop" that she and
Phillip Hill attended in
,Auburndale. Also on the
agenda is discussion of Main
Street's quarterly report to
Florida Main Street. Please
bring a brown bag lunch and
join us!
KCCB staff advises receipt
of eight orders for the
Christmas Card .Project:
Calhoun County School
Board, The Diamond Corner,
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement, Gary Watterson
(CPA in Tallahassee), Main
Street Blountstown, Calhoun
County Chamber of
Commerce. Keep Calhoun
County Beautiful (KCCB),
and Merle Norman
Cosmetics.
Main Street and KCCB are
taking designs and pay-
ments, through the
Chamber, for the Christmas
Card Project. The desired
Christmas designs \will be
drafted on 4' x 8' plywood
with the designs painted by
inmates at the State of
Florida/Calhoun County
Correctional Institution. To
purchase a Christmas Card.
submit a check for 875.00.
payable to "Keep Calhoun


County Beautiful," and a
card design to the Chamber.
If you need help with a
design, the Chamber still has
several card designs (that
KCCB provided).
Donations for Annual
Banquet
Bank of America of
Blountstown has donated
several items for the
Chamber's Annual Banquet:
pens, markers, .rulers, and
credit card wallets. If you'
would like to promote your
business at the Banquet,
please contact the Chamber.
Suggestions for donations
*,Iare: promotional items like
the Bank's, certificates for a
service that your business
provides. afghans, maps,
Flowers, small, appliances.
grills or grill equipment, .etc.
Enterprise Zone Map
Drop by the Chamber's
office to see our new
Enterprise Zone map! Janice
Watson, ARPC (and also on
Sthe Chamber's Board of
Directors), displayed the new
Enterprise Zone maps at the
last Chamber membership
meeting. Maps are also on
display at ARPC (Apalachee
Regional Plarining Council in
Blountstown) and Calhoun
County Building Inspection.
"After Hours" Event
If you didn't attend the
Chamber's first After Hours"
Event. you're missing out!
Superior Bank of
Blountstown sponsored the
event yesterday at the
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital.
Members, and potential new
members, met. exchanged
business cards while enjoy-
ing the wonderful refresh-
ments (catered by Ms Linda
Faye Whitfield). and took a
tour of the hospital. To spon-
sor or hold a future event at
your business. just contact
the Chamber. Plans are for
quarterly "After Hours"
Events at other business
locations.


Settle ent rumma. ge


sale begins Saturday


On March 4, 7, 9, 10 and
11, the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement will hold its
Annual Rummage Sale in
the Frink Gym, rain or shine.
You never know what you
will find, and if you know
what you need, it probably
will be there too. Thousands
of items from A-afghans
(handmade) to Z zippers.
passing by bicycles, books.
collectibles, cookware, furni-
ture. garden tools. linens,
and items for the do-it-your-
selfer.
The gym opens at 7:30
a.m. (CST) each of these days
and closes around 2 p.m.
Don't miss out! Come sup-
port this fundraising event.
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is a living muse-
um documenting rural life in
NW Florida since the early
1800's. It is located in Sam
Atkins Park. about I mile
west of the intersection of
Hwy. 71 and H\w. 20. Follow
Route 20 West out of
Blountstown. Look for signs
for Sam Atkins Park. Turn
North at Lindy's Fried
Chicken (Silas- Green St.).
For more information,
contact Linda Smith at 674-
8055.
For further information on


the historic buildings at the
Settlement go to: wwwv.pan-
ho nrdlninnPersettlpment nrd


Blue Grass

Spring Fling

setfor Apr 8
The 3rd Annual Blue
Grass Spring Fling will be
held Saturday, April 8, at
Liberty County's Veterans
Memorial Ciic Center.
Gates Open at 9:30 a.m.
EST. Music starts at 10:30
a.m. inside the Civic Center.
Featured Bands include:
River Town Girls from
Blountstown; Crosscut from
Panama City; Blue Shades of
Grass and Silver & Gold from
Tallahassee.
There will be craft \'en-
dors. fun for the kids, food,
exhibits. 2-ft gauge train ride
(for adults and children)
through the back of the park.
Admission for all activities is
85 person. I
Plan to attend this "fun-
tastc" all-day event for the
whole family, sponsored by
the Liberty County Arts
Council.


Staff Sgt, Chriitopher E.'Everett
served for 10 ,ears in the U.S.
.rnm.,' in:ludrinrg a tour ot -urt., in
-'peratlo:.r Deseri Stm-rn- "Arinria
tre a~'.ord. he earne-d ore tre
Bro-nz; Star trde Ku..a. Liberation
rI.l-c rl ariad tr.e "rnni,
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[vla Donny' Hassig has served ion
the U.S Army Reserve since 1Q83.
includlrg two tours or dul in Iroq
in .203 .and .2004. Amrnog,;the
" medals 'ona honors Mvoi 'Rossig'
has earrecl re tr,e Bronze Stor.
C.Crrbat Acl icr Badge Airoc:rne
Badge. and Air Assault Bodge
Other countries he has served in
include Koreo and Hungaor


Veterans


Honor Wall


is growing

Calhoun County Super-
visor of Elections Margie
Laramore and her staff now
have over 100 photos of area
veterans featured on the Wall
of Honor they created in the
basement of the local court-
house. The wall has now
expanded from the Elections
Office side of the hallway to
the wall outside the School
Board office.
Stop by the 'Elections
Office today or call 674-8568
to have your loved one rec-
ognized on the wall. Pictured
below are just a couple of the
veterans featured.


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Sr. Citizens plan activities


. ;. Cardio Care Presentation
Every 2nd Wednesday of
the month we offer the PAHN
program on cardio care
which is held in the confer-
ence room at 10 a.m. Betty
Hudson will make the pres-
entation and take blood pres-
sures. After the program you
may stay and eat with us.


Abbigail Elizabeth Mathews
Walt and Nicole Matrneis
are proud to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Abbigall Elizabeth Mathe.vs.
Abble was born on
December 27;, 2005, at The
Women's Pavilion of
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. She weighed 8
pounds and was 20.75 Inches
in length.
Maternal grandparents
are the late Nancy Ammons
of Blountstown and Roger
and Mdrlene Holley of
Ciarksville. Paternal grand-
parents are Janet and Tim
McJunkin, of Two Egg and
Henry and Debra'Mathews of
Havana. Great grandparents
are- the ,late :J.C. and
Nannette Southwell of
Blountstown, .Bobby and
:Marlene Holley of Clarksville
Dorothy and the late Dick
Hastings of Malone and
Loriene and thne late W.S
Mathews of Panama CitN,.
Abbie loves swinging,
being outside and going to
Aunt Net-Net s house


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Happy "2nd" Birthday
Jacob Beiler!!
Jacob Beiler will celebrate
his second birthday on March
5. Jacob is the son of Brian
and Tiffany Beiler of Bristol. His
grandparents are Darryl
Melvin of Clorksville. Toni and
Paul Corlett of Altha, Ralph
and Sandra Seaman of
Blountstown and the late
Marvin Beiler of Blountstown.
Jacob's great grandparents
are Carolyn and the late
Delbert Melvin of Clarksville,
Guilford and Bonnie
McDonald of Blountstown,
Shirlev Mangos of
Blountstown and Betty and
the late Sam Beller of
Sarasota.
Jacob loves watching
Spongebob, playing the gui-
tar with PaPa Paul and play-
ing outside with his trucks
Jacob will celebrate with a
Spongebob party
We love youl
Bubbo, Daddy & Momma


David Arlon Jemison
David and Starla Jemison
of Altha are proud to
announce the birth of their
son, David Arlon Jemison,
born on December 12, 2005
at Gulf Coast Medical
Center. He weighed 7
pounds and 0.9 ounces and
measured 20 inches in length,
Maternal grandparents
are Sterling and Sharon
Chason of Altha. Paternal
grandparents are David and
Mollie Branton and Floyd
Jemison, all of .Altha,
Maternal great grandparents
are Bill and Shirley James and
Robert and Brenda ,Leslie.
Paternal great grandmother
is Liz Huber of Marianna. He
has one great great grand-
mother, Irene Stanley of Altha.
David was welcomed
'home by his big sister, Jadyn,
and lots of friends and family.


Alice Williford
is 96!
Renmauni acn' e and
product-e in trhe cornrultury,
she is e\er bold in sprt,
gracious and caring or others
This lady connnues to stand
out from the rest in
affirmnau es and zest for life.
She recenTd. said, "I never
thought I would hve this long,"
and Vn a second breath, "So,
what's so special about 965'"
Truly a gif to those \vho kIonw
.-, her, ihe aiwer ndughr well be,,
-. "Th,? lady. nor rhe ae An
exlraordin'aiy and courageous':
soul,,Alice's day.of -- .-.
Wednesday, March 1, \ill be
spent ui thanking God one
more linme ror another prer. ious
day. With her \ill be her
children, James and Connie,
and cousins from Grand Ridge
and Sneads Her sister, Irma,
and rnece, Christa, send their
Slo e from Califorrua.



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A representative from Eye
Center South out of Dothan
will be here on Wednesday,
March 15 to check eyes
around 9 a.m. There is no
charge and no appointment
is necessary.
Mexican Train Dominoes!
Our Mexican Train day is
going well. They are having a
ball so they decided to play
on Thursday also. If you
would like to get out of the
house for awhile and have
some fun stop by the Center
on Tuesday and/or thursday
mornings at 9;.30 a.m. We
would love to have you here.
If you don't know how to play
the players will teach you.
It's real easy.
Scrabble Maybe?


If you might be more inter-
ested in play scrabble rather
than cards or dominoes let us
know and we will be happy to
arrange it for you. We have a
few interested people at this
time.
Shopping in Graceville
Tuesday, March 14 is our
shopping day and this month
we will be going to the
Graceville outlets. We will
first stop at the Super
Walmart, then have lunch at
the Caravan. Then will head
onto the outlets in Graceville.
We are leave the Center at
8:30 a.m. and will be back
around 4:00 p.m. Cost of
transportation is $7. Call
Diane at 674-4163 if you
would like to go.
Cervical and Colon Cancer
Presentations.
On Wednesday, March 22,
we are having a presentation
on cervical cancer beginning
at 10:30 by Reginald Green
and Cynthia Seaborn.
Then on Wednesday,
March 29, also beginning at
10:30, Reginald and Cynthia
will be here again, but this
time they are presenting an
educational program on


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Tigers improve to 4-1 overall with two straight wins


BHS

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
It was two up, two down
for the Blountstown Tiger
baseball team last week as
they defeated West Gadsden
and Altha on the road.
The Tigers headed to
Chattahoochee Thursday and
edged West Gadsden, 9-8.
Garry Reed was the winning
pitcher for BHS. Jacob
Williams relieved him in the
bottom of the seventh to get
the save.
Offensively, Eric O'Bryan
was the star of the day with a
two run homer. Corey Cox
and Chad Bailey each provid-
ed a double and single. Reed
added two singles.
The first district game was
Friday night in Wildcat coun-
try with the Tigers claiming a
4-0 win over Altha.
Corey Cox was on the
mound for BHS, striking out
seven, allowing five hits,
walking two and hitting one.
At the plate, Jarrod
Phillips had a two run double
in the fifth inning. O'Bryan
and Michael Guilford each
had a single.
"We didn't get but three
hits, but we got the most out
of them," Coach Bubba
Johnson remarks, adding
that walks contributed to the
victory.
The win put the Tigers at


to h

4-1 overall (including pre-
season games), 2-1 for the
season, and 1-0 in the dis-
trict.
Coach Johnson is in his"
first season as BHS baseball
coach and is optimistic about
the future. "We're playing
pretty good defensively and
our pitching is beginning to
improve," he says. "We want
to improve on last season's 7-
18 record for sure. We were
kind of picked to be the bot-
tom on the totem pole with
Altha, Sneads and us in the
district, so maybe we can be
competitive in that. We've
just got to get our hitting
improved a ton."
The BHS baseball field,
located inside Sam Atkins
Park, is due for many
improvements and Coach
Johnson is working hard to
make them happen.
Everything from cosmetic
work on dugouts to a new
concession stand are on his
wish list. Anyone that would
like to contribute to the base-
ball field project can contact
Coach Johnson at 674-5724.
The Tigers will be back on
the road Thursday to take on
R.F. Munroe in Quincy.
Game time is 4 p.m. CT. The
first home game of the season
is set for Friday at 5 p.m. a
varsity only game against
West Gadsden.


Deep bog winners from


lost West Gadsden


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The Blountstown Tiger baseball team includes several seniors. They are (from left) Titus Overholt, Jacob Williams, Nick Myers, Kyle
Russell, Michael Guilford, Josh Lilly, Adam Edwards, and Jarrod Phillips.



'Outdoors Woman' workshop


ri-State Off Road Park Mar. 1 12 on Lake Taquin
The Deep Bog results of 3rd pl Debbie Flowers a 12 o La T l
February 25, at the Tri-State 4th pi Kenny Price


Off Road Park were as fol-
lows:
4 & 6 Cylinders
1st pl Randy O'Bryan
2nd pi -Johnny Shadrick
3rd pl Harry Goodwin
4th pl J.T. Harper
Street Legal
1st pl Randy O'Bryan
2nd pl Ann Wade.


Blountstown High School
has a 'Scott Pybus Memorial
perpetual plaque with a cou-
ple names missing.
A football player is chosen
each year to receive this spe-
cial award. Recipients for the
1993 and 1997 years are
missing and the school would
like to add them to the
plaque.


38.5 & Down
1st pl Justin Barnes
2nd pl Chad Flowers
3rd pl Daniel Barfield
4th pl Frank Hendrix
39 & Up
1st pl Sonny Adams
2nd pl.- Scotty Bailey
3rd pi Chad Flowers,
4th p1 Lee Shelt on :


If you received this award
or know who did, please con-
tact Keith Summers at BHS,
674-5724, or Michele Futch
at 674-1077.

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Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) still has
openings for its Tallahassee
Becoming an Outdoors-
Woman (BOW) workshop for
women who want to spend a
weekend learning a variety of
outdoor activities.
SThe three-day ,workshop
-;takes place March 10-12 at
Camp Wallwood on the
Gadsden County side of Lake
Talquin. The program begins
Friday at 11 a.m. and ends
Sunday with lunch.
Although designed with
women in mind, the work-
shop is open to everyone 18
and older who wants to
improve their outdoor skills
and enjoy a few recreational
activities. In four, three-and-
one-half-hour sessions, the
workshop teaches skills asso-
ciated with hunting, fishing
and other forms of outdoor
recreation, at all levels of
physical activity.
The BOW Program offers a


fun and supportive atmos-
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ing to try new things and
enjoy the camaraderie of oth-
ers who want to learn about
Florida's great outdoors.
The cost for the program is
$150, and there are a few dis-


counted slots available for
low-income participants, sin-
gle parents and college stu-
dents. The workshop is
restricted to 100 participants
on a first-come, first-served
basis.
For more information on


the BOW workshop and how
you can register, visit
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(850) 413-0085.

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was Rusty Wallace). In 2000 Kenseth's entire
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possible reinstatement in 2007 that included frequent test-
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The County Record, MARCH 1,2006, Page 7


Cats mark first win


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Altha Wildcat baseball
team marked their first win of
the season last week with a
7-2 victory over Carrabelle.
Sophomore Keith
Kirkpatrick was the winning
pitcher, striking out six bat-
ters and allowing two runs.
At the plate, Tony Golden
was 2 for 3. Gary Chew was 1
for 3 with a double arid two
RBIs. Altha's only senior,
Matt Alford, was 1 for 3 with


two RBIs. Kirkpatrick and
Matt Maxwell were each 1 for
4.
"I thought we were getting
better until Friday night,"
says Coach Arthur Faurot.
"That's when we took on
Blountstown. It was the first
time in the 17 years since I've
been here we played them."
The Cats lost to BHS, 4-0,
which was a blow to their dis-
trict record.
Tad Scott started on the
mound for the Cats, striking
out seven batters and allow-


ing several walks. He was
pulled in the fifth inning due
to a blister and Kirkpatrick
relieved him, striking out five
batters. "Walks killed us,"
Coach Faurot remarks,
adding that the team was
also weak at the plate. "If you
can't hit, you can't win."
Golden was 3 for 3 and
Josh McIntosh was 1 for 3.
The Cats will face Liberty
County High School in Bristol
Friday. Game time is 3:30
p.m. CT for J.V., followed by
varsity at 6 p.m.


STUDENTS JOIN STEP, UP
FLORIDA! CAMPAIGN:
B Ilo un t s to w n
Elementary School stu-
dents joined the Step
Up, Florida! campaign
recently with a day of
activities, Above, stu-
dents, faculty, and
Administrators, shake a
leg as aerobics instruc-
tor. Kelly Skipper leads
them in some fun exer-
cise moves, At right,
Susan Chafin :of the
Calhoun County Health
Dept, who coordinated
the local campaign,
presents a frisbee to
preschooler Reagan
Mears for participating
in the activities.


Lady Cats edge BHS;

face LCHS on Friday


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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Altha Lady WildcE
celebrated a big district v
over the Blountstown La
Tigers last Wednesday. e,
ing their cross-county rival
1 -10 .1 : '
"We didn't start out gre
but finished strong," sE
Altha Coach Cassie Bat
"I'm verv proud of my tean
Janet Holland led All
with a triple, double, ba
hit, and three RBIs. Ja
Willis offered two doub
and two RBIs. Whitr
Melvin provided tro base h

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Sierra Chason. Ashley Smith.
ats Kristin Yon, and Sylvia
win Bodiford each had a base hit.
idy With FCAT underway, the
dg-,, Lady Cats are taking a break
l I. until Friday when they travel
to Libertyv od,'nt1r Game time
at, is 4:30 p.m. CT.
ays
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Both Chipola College bas-
t ketball teams clinched spots
in the upcoming State Junior
College basketball tourna-
nient \with wins over
Okaloosa-Wallon on Feb. 22.
Chipola and Tallahassee
will represent the Panhandle
Conference in the State
ort Tournament. March 8-11 at
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CHIPOLA PTK AWARDED-Chipola College's chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, Nu Chi, captured five
distinguished regional awards, at the recent regional conference in West Palm Beach. Pictured
from left, are: (front) Chipola PTK advisors Joan Lasseter and Pam Rentz, (second row) Chip
Norris, Nathan Day, Timothy Kleiser, Sean Musgrove, TJ Walker, (back) Michelle Rhynes, Val Jones,
J.T. Bullock, PTK International Vice President-Division II, Kimberly Garske, Andrea Rogers and
Buddy Clark.


SGA Shamrock Sale
Student Government
Association (the name was
changed in a school-wide
election) is participating in
the MDA Shamrock Sale this
year.
SGA members (pictured
above) all received Irish
Green t-shirts and we are
having several competitions
to try and raise as much
money as possible. If we raise
at least $500, the top seller
will receive a cash prize of
$50 (not from shamrock sale
money, but from our treas-
ury) and if we raise $1,000
they will get $100. Pretty
good incentive!
The class that buys the
most shamrocks will receive
an extended break one day
later in the spring along with
refreshments.
We have decorated the
hallway in sections to show
which class has purchased
the most. Right now, the
freshmen are winning with
$120. Sophomores are sec-
ond with $104. Juniors have
$68 and seniors have $30.
-Mrs. Sharon Leonard-
McCrone

BHS Welcomes Back Coach
Greg Jordan!
The students and faculty
at Blountstown High School
are very proud to welcome
back Coach Greg Jordan.
Coach Jordan, who is a
1987 graduate of BHS, has
played football and also been
assistant football coach for
eight years at BHS. Last year
he left to become the head
coach at Wewa High. After
receiving an offer to be head
coach at his former school,
Coach Jordan decided to
return back to BHS, the
school he loves so much.
Coach Jordan's favorite
part about coaching football
is watching the young men
work together and depend on
one another. He would like to
continue coaching as long as
he feels he's accomplishing
his goals and finish his
career at BHS.
His wife, Amy, who has
also taught ir the Calhoun
County school system for
many years, and sons Hunter
and Tucker, will be joining
him here.
Everyone at BHS wel-
comes the Jordans home!
-Kayla Parrish

Chorus News
Several BHS Chorus stu-
dents participated in the
Florida Vocal Association


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The freshman class at Blountstown High is currently in the lead
in the SGA Shamrock Sale competition to benefit the Muscular


Dystrophy Association.

Solo-Ensemble Festival on
Saturday, February 18 in
Panama City Beach.,
In the vocal solo category,
Michael Guilford and Adam
Richards made a superior
rating which qualifies them
for state festival. T.J.
Aycock, Aubrey Clemons,
and Jessica Metcalf made an
excellent rating.
-Mrs. Linda Adams

Senior News
Herff Jones will be at BHS
on. March 3 to give out
ordered graduation items.
Seniors need to have their
balance ready to pay at that
time.
Any senior interested in
ordering senior signature
shirts need to see Mrs.
Johnson by March 3. The
cost is nine dollars, and sizes
range from small to 3X.


FYI
Mar. 2 FCAT
Reading/Math NRT; Softball
against Cottondale, away at
4:00/6:00; Baseball against
R.F. Munroe, away at 4:00
Mar. 3 Herff Jones meets
with seniors at 8:00 a.m.;

Baseball against West
Gadsden, home at 5:00
Mar. 6 to 10 Yearbook
sales (6th period) $30







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Sarah Pitts (2A), Ayers Hassig (2B), Morgan Searfoss (3A), Shae Hall (3B), (back row) April Rich
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Chipola College will offer a
variety of short courses in
the coming weeks.
A 10 Hour Childcare
Training (special needs)
course will meet March 11
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is
$38.
An Introduction to
Computers with Internet for
Seniors class will meet Mar
30 from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost
is $24.
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law and nursing. For dates
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For information about any
of these non-credit courses,
call 850-718-2395.


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On February 16, the Altha
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eled to Marianna High School
for its annual spring meeting.
While at the meeting,
Graceville High School show
choir provided lively enter-
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Senior Beta members, 39 of
us attended the spring meet-
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competed in the Beta Bowl.
They were Ryan Wells, junior;
Cory McAlpin,junior; Anna
Nichols, senior; and Brandon
Dysard, senior.
Also at this meeting, our,
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By: Jessica Smith
Solo/Ensemble Festival
The music was in full
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Panama City Campus.
Interested Chipola stu-
dents must meet the follow-
ing criteria: a 3.5 (or better)
GPA; an AA degree from
Chipola; and apply and be


in Panama City on February
18. Tiffany Betts, John
Baumer, Sarah Shelton, and
Audrey Brown made' the trip
Panama to show off their per-
forming skills.
Tiffany Betts performed a
piano solo: she played "Fur
Elise" and "Solfeggio". Tiffany
received a "Superior" rating.
Sarah Shelton performed a
vocal' solo and sang
"Shenandoah" and "Du, Du".
Sarah also received a
"Superior" rating. John
Baumer received a "Superior"
rating for his solos, "Aura
Lee" and "Ave Maria". Junior
Audrey Brown, performed
'Billy Boy" and "Simple Gifts"
and received an "Excellent"
rating.
Tiffany, Sarah, and John
can now continue on to state
competition laterthis school
year.
By: Patricia Williams


admitted to FSU Panama City
by April 1, 2006.
Questions about the
scholarship should be direct-
ed to Renee' Green, Director,
Office of Admissions &
Records at FSU Panama City
at (850) 522-2001, or Angle
White, FSU Program
Coordinator, Chipola
University Center at (850)
718-2419, or email:
awhite@pc.fsu.edu


Audition dates for music
and theatre scholarships at
Chipola College for 2006-
2007 are March 9, April 6,
and May 4. The Visual Art
Scholarship application and
portfolio deadline is April 20.
High School graduates
with acceptable academic
records and aptitude who
plan to pursue studies as
music, theatre or art majors
are eligible to apply.
Scholarships in various
amounts, up to full tuition
and fees, are awarded on the
basis of talent and academic
record. Students with finan-

Retired

Educators

will meet
Attention Calhoun County
Retired Educators
Association members
Don't forget to be in the
Heritage Room at the
Calhoun County Public
Library at 9:30 a.m. Friday,
March 3, for a CCREA meet-
ing.
The Historical Committee
has arranged an interesting
program.
We'll see you Friday,
March 3, at 9:30 a.m.

DEDINE0


cial need may seek additional
assistance through the col-
lege's Office of Financial Aid
and the Chipola Foundation.
Applications may be
obtained by phoning
Chipola's Fine and
Performing Arts Department
at 718-2277. Applications
also are available at
www.chipola.edu. Choose
"Departments" and click on
"Fine and Performing Arts."

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SEvents Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD
Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Larry
Waldorff, the holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed
Sto be issued tonhereon. The certificate num-
ber and year of Issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:
Certficate No. 364 Year of Issuance: 2000
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Begin at a
point where State Highway No. 73 intersects
the South boundary line of Northeast
Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Section 11,
Township 1 South, Range 10 West, Calhoun
County, Florida and on the East side of
Highway for POINT OF BEGINNING; thence
run-East 210 feet; thence run Northeasterly
and parallel with said highway 105 feet:
thence run West 210. feet: thence run in
Southwesterly direction along the'East side
of State Road No. 73 back to the POINT OF
BEGINNING.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: CAPITAL
HORIZON GROUP LLC, .C/O Dr. Robert
Lafeve, 101 Woodhaven Drive, Gulfport, MS.
39506-6187
Said Property being the County of CAL-
HOUN, STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such certifl-,
cate shall be SOLD 0 to ihe: nhhe-t bidder a
the Courthouse c....:- ...- thih tUi d:i., :l .pril
2006, at 10:00 A I-I Cl.T
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN CourTM' FLORIDA
Feb.22:; l r I 1 5 2 l: 6


Legal Notice
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Curtis
FPrker r're holder of the following certificate
has fikd iai nd :rtilCaiLe l'O I. ut deed to be
issued their-in The ceruihcatle number and
year of Issuance, the description of the prop-
-erty, and 'the names .in which It was
assessed are as'follows:'
SCertfilcate.No. 76 Year of Issuaice:' 1999
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Begin 145
\arji Niirth f 1" one vuLh%,re;t lCorner of
S,,uthea t I '4 i Southe3t 1 .4 of' Secuion
33 Toiarnihip I Ntorth Rannje West anoJ
run Ea-t 52 vardli for POirNT OF BEGIN-
SNING thence rurn Eaiz 47 ardi thence run
Nortr 49 \ aras henrce run \We;t 447 yards
.thence run S.-ouU 49 )i ,d- to the POTri OF
BEGiNfINGC Said properrr I1'nr, in the
S5. SuJnr I 4 ol Sui.utrneai l.'4 ol Se, cuo
33, T inshilp I Nu:rth, R.ange i We-t
C.alhoui, Counr. Flonda .
-Ji..l ilri \WHICH ASsEiSSED Charlie Lr
2030.3 NE r.lcedoria Cruri:h R-iad
Bln, iroar,. FL '-'2424- Frank Stone. P.O.
SBox 4a7 Bl:.unru[oi.Tn FL 32424; Ferrell
ClIoud 2 j2390 r E CF '9,.Blountstown;;FL,
124244
'i. a ProFperrt being the C,:ounr, .l C.-L-
H-OUTN TATE OF FL'RJD.- Unrlei iu.:h
i.errjic'rc hall be rriderm.i.1i acci:.rju-i. L.:
" tinme pro.:perr\ iesinbtedj t i .uh ctruif-
icae hiial oe SOLD i- [rUe hlaris. t Oidder jt
true Courthouse d.:,i r ..:n 'the 6th l .i .:. Apni
2,6 a '0,) ,\ M CiT
Ri_0TiH M, ATiTALWA
Clerk .:-i iJ ir Circuit C.:.ur' .f
CJ.HOLilJ ICO.lUTi' FLO,,ID.,
.larc:r 1i. 5 15 22 2'i.06

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE -IEREBi CG'EIEN THAT Cam-us
PaiRer the rn)lder :if the Ioilol-.i.r, ceruicale
has fJled .zaid certficae ic or a ta\ deed tro be.
is.ue.d thereon The icerulicaite number aind
'e iar c isiuaincet Lre .aeIcnpu.:.n ci the pro..
err' arnd the naitnme in whichh it ; 'a
assessed are as lilow
Cerruicae tio 397 Year ol issuance
19 i9
DESCRiPTION OF PRPiFERTY Soudth-et
SQu3r-er of rJorrheaiL Quarter and the
Southeast Quarter of Northiest Qurter oii
Secoin 20. ToiuTiihip 2 No-rth. Range 99
RWe I ing nd be iri in CAlhoun Coun '
Flondla. c.ntaininnp 8 jcres mnror le.--
LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING
Beearinng at the N.:rtheast Corner ol the
S.ucuth'est Quarter of the Iori-e -eai Quarter
of Secuon 20 ToI.ITship 2 N,:'rth Range i I
We-st thence Weiterly along mne ic.rth line of
said Southweit Quarter o i the I ,rrheai
Quarter 1.200 feet thence Southerl. 1.0?9
Ieel thence Eai i 2 C00 leeir to in. E-'st line
if said Southael Quarter Ol No-rthl-st
Quarter thence Northi alorn said line :of
SouLhae.t Quarter of Northeiast Quarter
i (59 feet to true FPOirrT OF BEGIIIiNG
conLaining 31 acre-t more jr leT Irlti aind
being in Cahoun Cvunn Flcrilda
LESS AND EXCEPT Ti-iAT DEEDED TO)
JAMES A ROSE AN.D WIFE BONNIE SUE
ROSE. AND RECORDED IN OFFICiAL
RECORDS BOOK i 4- PAGE 363 FU'LiC
RECORDS OF C.-Li-HOLUf COUNri. FLORI-
DA
i,V.ltE INI WIH-iCHii A ESS ED Theodore. I
Sprankle a.-n ..nJilU ,fr Sprankle P C Bi:.\
254. YuAng:st, n FL 32466.'025
Said Fcopern beir u C.ue Counn cif CL-i-
HOUN STATE OF FLORIDA unle-5 -such
certiicate hall 1]cb redeemdci according to
law the property 'ecribed trn s.uch ceruil-
caie -hall be SOLD t0 the highest bidder at
the Courthouse- door *:,n the 6th dasy of April
20(6 at 10 00 A M CST
RLiTH W ATTA\lA'i
Clerk ol the Circull CoiJrt o
C,A.HOLIN COLINTY FLORIDA
March I 8. 15 22. 2006

Legal Notice
ORDINANCE NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Iollowlnln
Ordtnance No- 2006.01 of tr, e CIry ofi
Blounrstown AN ORDINANCE TO BE
,ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA: PURPOSE:
RATES: SEVERABILITY CONFLICT WITH
OTHER LAWS; EFFECTIVE DATE:
AUTHORITY.
SHALL BE PRESENTED ito the Cin Council.
City of BlountLloiTn.- for second and finar
adoption at the Regular Cin Council mect-
Ing to be held Tuesdat the 14th day f)i
l- arch. 20(06 at 6001) P 1i In the ClIn
Council Meeung room at 17262 1fW Ar ge
SLreet Blountslowii. FL 32424
This ordlinance -hall become eiilccvec up-:.n
ru al pFassae as provldied bi' 13''
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS destnng to bee
heard on the ad,:,puorn ,f thre i'-,-reid
Ordinronce,No, 2006 Oi are c,:,rdially Inr ilte


to be In attendance at this mgeeting
OOPiES OF THIS ORDhANCE in ILt entire-
ry may be obtained at Cih Hall. 20591


Central Avenue West. Blountstown, Florida
32424 between the working hours of M-F.
7:00A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
Attest: Jimmy W. Hand, City
;Manager/Engineer


Blountstown man

recovering after


Legal Notice being pistol whipped


C.R. 275 RESURFACING AND WIDENING
PROJECT
PROJECT # 14.095
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids from
any qualified person, company.or corpora-
tion interested in constructing the following
project:
C.R. 275 RESURFACING ANDI WIDENING
PROJECT

Plans and specifications can be obtained at
Preble-Rish, Inc. 324 Marina Drive, Port St.
.Jo.- Flrida 324-6 f1501 227-7200 The bid
mn',u t L c:.r' m :r *': i..:ru.n 2. i7 i i31) Florida
Statutes, on public entity crimes.
Completion date for this project will be
180 days from the date of the Notice to
Proceed presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to complete
the project on the specified date will be set
at $200.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is
a sealed bid, the bid number and what the
bid is for.
Bids will be received until 3:30 P.M. (CST),
on March 21, 2006, at the.Calhoun County
SClerk's Office, Calhoun County Courthouse;
20859 Central Avenue .East. Room 130,
Blountstown, Florida 32424, and will be
opened and read aloud on March 21, 200.6
at 5;00 P.M. (CST),
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
$25.00 per set and is non-refundable.
Checks should be made payable to PREBLE-
RISH, INC. .
The Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to waive informalities in
Sany bic. to accept and/or reject any or all
bids, and to accept the bid that in their
Judgment will bei in the best interest, of
SCalhoun County.. -
If you hair; an quce3a.U.n. pleated crall Davil
Kennedy at 1S501 22 7-7200
larch I 6 2006

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE N,'i 05.-365 CA
HOWARD S KLiCCKEN..
FPI inru
-vs-
S SL'SANi Il ...i S, .
Deicn.jain
S NOTICE OF SALE.
n, n'jTCtE iS HEREBY 'i a rEriirJ.1' pur urai
to a Ftl il Ju3 :ri, i a 1 ariuu.,ni enr- i. )i
Fc ru.ar 7 21106 in Lh. ar, e -i-,led
ciaue in ihe Ci(-re.i. Cour-t ,:f C.ilh.:rn
C.:.unr. Flinji j I i\U i :ll t.he hign'-l aiild
te-:t i dder licr ci jr i ,.he l.obbt r rh ironic
i-ao:r o:i th, C inc-un Cunr, C.I:-urLtniC-,u i
BlauntitorTi Cialhourn Coi-, n [lronrd at
SI rOu m ojn rihe .30un day ,: i M.iarjci 200)6
the fi.llactln dI-:nb.c pr,:.perr -et iortr n ,i
Ihe Finrl Judgmrienr ,.1 ParJuu.--n
Farcel i Begin a a stai.e :.on Ea, t, oundaa
Ol'f'ear SurePt t Irs intersecion uo 'Lhe South
b"ounda'n l- :f the liortheati Quartti.;:O
i-.tLnY QuarRtr inS, -,ii Ser.-`. a-r,-
I li-car-h Ran-.n 'itm-i Uhenril iauilhi 266
lea-r f,:,r dhe- PF.:,.-A ol B,,lnmrbl..-tInte DBaEt
i410 leet. th-nce 5c-.uth 69 'eet thence run
\e-r 140 feet thence run Nuirtrn 69 feel ,
the Furilt ol Beginrun
Parcell i] B'dn st a 3tak on lthe East -i.e


.A Jackson County man
has been arrested for alleged-
ly pistol whipping a
Blountstown man last
STuesday night.
Wesley "Joe Rat" Williams,
21, has been charged with
aggravated battery in the
case.
According to the
Blountstown Police
Department, Ofc. Darryl
Temple responded to the
emergency room at Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital after
Delandon Reed, 19, turned
up at the facility with a head


injury. Witnesses advised
Reed was in front of a Fuqua
Circle apartment arguing
with a woman
when Donald h
Allen, 21, who
resides at the
complex, I
engaged in. an
argument with
Reed and it
escalated into
a physical
altercation. WESLEY WILLIAMS
During the
fight, witnesses reported
Williams approached Reed
from the rear and struck him
several times in the back of
his head with a silver pistol.
Allen told Ofc. Temple he
initially' approached Reed
after witnessing him strike


the woman with whom he
was arguing. Allen was
charged with breach of peace
and violation of state proba-
tion.
A warrant was issued for
Williams' arrest and he was
apprehended Thursday in
Jackson County. He
remained in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail at press
time.
Reed was transferred to
Tallahassee Memorial.
Hospital with a serious head
injury. He was released
Friday and is recovering at
home.


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Potential crack sale

foiled by traffic stop

last Tuesday night

A Blountstown man was
arrested last Tuesday night
after a traffic stop turned up
crack cocaine.
Daniel Burroughs Foster,
22, was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine with intent to
sell.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Eddie Dalton pulled Foster's
vehicle over on South Main
Street just after 7 p.m. for
speeding. While talking with
Foster, Dep. Dalton detected

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North- r Quarwer oi Souuhwest Quarter oi
Seeion .33. T.,.nmsTup I IcNorth R.ange 8 I"M.
A"eit. u nd ru 5,uth 435 feet. thence run
Eat '140 eet. Ithnc run NorLhL Ir15 feet for
the Pot ol B innme. thence Eat I 17 eer ar
thence North 145 feet thernc run Wet _17 II22 Yard DumpTraile
feel hence run South 145 feet to the P.oint Old House & Barn
,f Begirning LnWg r,nd being In Calhoun Demolition
Cournr," Foia3. Demolition
r Rock & Dirt Hauling
DATED tus 22nd day ol Februa.n 2006 ^ CeH : 850-643-8054 Debris Cleanup
RUTH ATTAWA\Y k' Down Tree Moving
March ir 8 200T Call For Estimates Brush Cleanup

Legal Notice Licensed & Insured

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CaRCUIT PROBATE DIVISION. OF
CALHOUN
COUNTYLODRM SOUND OFF AUDIO, INC. *:; CA
COUNTY FLORIDA *
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IN FRE ROBERT DARREL LEWiS
Drceased
NOTICE OF CREDITORS
TO .J.LL PERSONS i-LVING CLMrAIS OR
DEI.IANDS AGAINST THE .aBO(.-E ESTATE
The aCdiniratLruor : .-f the Est3ale oj
ROBERiT DARREL LEW'S .Jec.ased File
N[umrer PF'.5-028 is pending in the Circuit
Court Ijr Calhoun C.ount, rl,.onda Probate
Di sion the address ol whlih is 2208B5
Central Ave East Blounisiown. FL 32424.
The name anl addre,- .:i mei personal rep.
re~entauve and iiat per.:onal represenra.
Um es att'erney are set Lfrth bel:..'
ALL INTERESTED F'ERSONS ARE [OTi-
FIED TiAT
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons hasilng claims :r demands aeain[t
decedent s estai, or, whom a cop of this
riotce is served i-ithinr three monins aiter
the dale ol the r-rs public atic.n oi this nouce
must file their icaims Vith thL- Court WiTIH-
IN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THiE FiRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER,
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE OF THEM
All other creditor, oi the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands again'l the
estate of the dec-dent mual rile their claims
itLh Ltus Court WiTHIN THREE MONTHS
AFE R THE DATE OF THE FiRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLMAIS AND DEMANDS NOT 50
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
The date of the first public.aUon of this
lNoice Il March I 2006
MARY LOUISE LEWIS
218.32 NW\ W:.rndern Road
:ltna. FL 32421
Fersnaal RepresenLatUe of the Estate
SHALENE GROVER. ESQ
PO Box 171
Alrha FL 32421
18601 762-8025
ALLorne% for Personal Representative
FL BAR NO O0160318
March I 8. 2006


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Feb. 20: Bruce Brake, domestic battery
Feb. 21: Rodney Rodrique, DUI; Leroy Rygula, possession of-firearm
by convicted felon; Daniel Foster, possession of cocaine w/intent to sell
Feb..22: Calvin Hayes, driving while license suspended or revoked;
Bruce Lee, violation of state probation;.Patricia Blackwell, possession
of drug paraphernalia
Feb. 23:.Timothy Chastairi, child abuse; Venturo Brown, grand theft,
violation of injunction for.protection; ,wesley J: Williams, aggravated
battery; Michael Thompson,, violation of community control; Thomas
Reddick, driving while license suspended or revoked/habitUal, posses-.
sion of less than 20 grams of marijuana; Donald Allen. disorderly con-
duct
Feb. 24: Anthony Dega Pruitt, stale violation ol probation Lizzle Fani.
child suppon. Donald Allen. no valid drivers license, violation ol proba-
lion Paul Odom. driving while license suspended or revoked wiih
knowledge, attached tag not assigned Ashley Guilford. driving whilee
license suspended or revoked with knowledge
Feb. 25: Anthony Alday, possession of less than 20 grams of mari]ua-
na and drug paraphernalia: Larico Mathis, no valid driver s license, pos-
session of less than 20 grams of marijuana Angela McCumbers. intro-
duclion or coniratjand into a correctional laciliiy possession of less man
20 grams ol marijuana and drug paraphernalia
Feb. 26: Robeno Rosas, no drivers license Jason Melion. possession
of drug paraphernalia and less than 20 grams o0 marijuana

The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail
over thepast week. Although they have been charged with a crime.
they are considered innocent untilproven guilty.
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The County Record, MARCH 1,2006, Page 11


1 OITUIES *


MARY FRANCES
McKINNON
Mrs. Mary Frances
McKinnon, 73, of Hosford,
passed away Wednesday,
February 23, 2006, at
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital.
Mrs. McKinnon enjoyed
going to church, hunting and
fishing.
She was preceded in. death
by her husband, Don
McKinnon; a son, Danny
Hinson; a daughter, Troy
Sinclaire; two brothers: Bill
Setterich and Lance
Sinclaire; and three daugh-
ters, Jeanette Setterich,
Maxine Sumner and Ruth
Sexton.
Mrs. McKinnon is survived
by her son, David Hinson of
Hosford; two grandchildren,
Tanya Grieco and her hus-
band, George, Sr., and Chaff
Hinson; four great grandchil-
dren, Brittany Grieco, George
Grieco, Jr., Monroe Hinson
and Darius Hinson.
A memorial service for
Mrs. McKinron was held at
11:00 a.m. (EST) Monday,
February 27, at Telogia
Baptist Church with, Tommy
Sumner and Carol Setterich
officiating.
Hall Funeral Home in
Altha was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 850-762-
3965. .
GEORGE W. PARRISH, JR.
Mr. George W. Parrish Jr.,
82, of Sumatra, passed away
Thursday evening, Feb. 23,
2006, in Bristol.
.Mr. Parrish was born in
Sumatra and was an
Inventory Analyst.
Surn-iors include two
sons, Michael Parrish of Port
SSt. Joe and Daniel Parrish of
South Carolina: two daugh-
ters. Clara Griffin of St.
Louis. MO, and Marie
Shurrum of Overstreet; eight
grandchildren, James Van
Griffin Ill. Daniel Griffin,
Jeanette Bradley. Samantha
Parrish, Daniel Parrish,
Benjamin McCroan, Belle
Shurrum, and Stephanie
Parrish: and seven great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 PM EST. Tuesday,
Feb. 28, from the Holly Hill
Cemetery in Port St. Joe.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown was in'charge of
the arrangements, ph. 850-
674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com
MATTIE L. PRICE
Mrs. Mattie L. Price, 79. of
Blountstow-n. went home to
be with the' Lord on Sunday
morning, February 26. 2006.
after a long and courageous
battle with lung cancer.
Mrs. Price was born In
Castleberry, AL, on
November 4. 1926. and had
lived in Calhoun County
since 1943. when she mar-
ried her beloved husband of
40 years, Albert Price.
Mattie. along with her hus-
band, Albert. were owners
and operators of Mattie's
Steak House in Blountstown
for several years and also
operated the Corky Sernice
Station. Mrs. Price was a
member of the First BapUst
Church in Blountstown.
She was preceded in death
in 1981 by her husband.
Albert Price.
Survivors include one son,
Charles A. Price of
Blountstown: one daughter,
Jackie Jordan and her hus-
band, Ellis. of Blountstown;
six h grandchildren. Keith
Bailey and his wife. Marie, of
Blountstown, Melody Bailey
of Chantlly, VA, Tech SGT.
Christopher Bailey of Lake
Placid, CA, Brandi Lee and
her husband, Keith. of
Blountstown, Kim Roland
and her husband, Michael, of
Dothan, AL. Greg Jordan and
his wife, Amy, of
Blountstawn: 14 great grand-


children, Lindsay Lewis and
her husband, Bart, Sherie
Bailey, Heath Bailey, Jordan
Herndon, Trenton, Marissa,
Dillan and Dharma Lee,
Alexis Askew, Cassandra
Bailey, Hunter and Tucker
Jordan, Max and Jacob
Roland; one great, great
grandchild, Brock Lewis; one
brother, Pete Gibson of
Mobile, AL; one sister, Mary
Howard of Brewton, AL; a
half sister, Mamie Godwin of
Castleberry, AL; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services, will be
held today, Wednesday,
March 1, at 2:00 p.m. (CST)
from the First Baptist
Church in Blountstown with
Rev. Tom Stallworth officiat-
ing, and Joe Shuler eulogiz-
ing. Interment will follow in
the Nettle Ridge Cemetery in
Blountstown.
All arrangements are
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. 850-
674-2266.
IILLIE MAE WYNN
Mrs. Lillie Mae Wynn, 88,
passed away, Thursday,
February 23, 2006, at
Parthenon Healthcare in,
Blountstown.,
She was a member. of
Union Hill Baptist Church in
Marianna and was a home-
maker. -
Survivors include two
sons, Henry C. Davis and his
wife, Laverne, of
Blountstown, and Robert.
Da\is of Blountstown: five
grandchildren, three step-
grandchildren, 11, great
grandchildren and two great,
great grandchildren: one
brother. Roy Williams of
Augusta, GA; and one sister.
Ethel Cooper of Marianna.
A wake will be held on
Friday, March 3. at True
Holiness Church of Christ
Written in Heaven on River
Street in Blountstown from 4
to 6 p.m. Funeral services
will be held Saturday, March
4. at 1 p.m. at the Union Hill
Baptist Church on
Bumpnose Road in
Marianna. Interment will fol-
low at Magnolia Cemetery in
Blountstown.


Cancer support
group organizing;

meeting Monday
An organizational meeting
for a cancer support group
will be held in the Heritage
Room of the Calhoun County
Public Library at 6:00 p.m.
on Monday, March 6. If you
have cancer, are a cancer
survivor, a loved one of a can-
cer patient, or an interested
party, you are invited to
attend.

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at Noon


Liberty Gospel Sing
planned March 11
The Liberty 'County.
Ministerial Association will
present the First Annual
Liberty Gospel Sing at the
Veterans Memorial Civic
Center on Saturday, March
11th beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Admission is free, but a love
offering will be taken.
Featured performers will
be The Gann Brothers,
Fortress and The Basford
Brothers.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m.
chicken pileau plates Avill be
sold for $5. Come and join us
for a great night of gospel
singing! For more informa-


tion call 643-5400.

Wissmans will sing
at Red Oak Sunday
Loren and Gloria Wissman
and their 12 talented chil-
dren will be ministering in
song and music on Monday,
March 6, at 7:00 p.m. at Red
Oak Community Mennonite
Church. Everyone is cordial-
ly invited to-attend.,
The church is located at
19247 NW CR 275,.Altha.

Cobbs, Joy Bells
at camp meeting
A camp meeting will be


METHODIST VALENTINE BANQUET: Trev/or Williams Max Herndon.
Ed Cotton, Stewart Herndon. Mlofrnew Warren, rid Josh Knight
(left to right) recently hosted a Churcr Wide Valentine Banquet
February 14, at Blountstown United rvethodist Church with Ed
Cotton as Jerry Clower. The evening began with a meal
cooked by Rodney Smith and Lisa Warrer. Kelli Peacock was
on hand taking photos prior to the evening presentation. After
the elegant medl, Ed Cotton entertained the crowd with sto-
ries of Jerry Clower as everyone turnedd pink with laughter.
These young men would like to mank the community and the
church for their support


held Saturday, March 4, from
10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. at
Tom &Ann's Camp, Walter
Potts Road, off Hwy. 274 NW.
Rev. Michael Morris will
bring the message along with
music by The Cobb Family
and The Gospel Joy Bells.
Food will be provided at no
charge, but a love offering
will be taken. Please bring
your lawn chairs. A restroom
will be provided.
Come enjoy food, fellow-
ship, gospel music, and
preaching. Look for the signs.


Benefit sing for
Whites on Mar. 17
A Benefit Sing for Sammy
and Melinda White will be
held on Friday, March 17,
beginning at 7:00 p.m. at
Victory Hill Pentecostal
Holiness Church. Featured
group will be "Reaching Out"
of Mississippi.
The church is located on
NW Ashley Shiver Road,
Blountstown.


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Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL 674-5725
Pastor: Rev. Dave Odum
Sunday School ..9:30 AM Worship Service.. 11 00 AM
Sunday Evening 6 00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study ..6 00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
and Jesus Christ Is Lord"

Meaningful Bible Study......................9:45 AM
Exciting Worship............................... 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship .................. 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Stddy...........6:30 PM
Pastor Tom Stallworth
S Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow, in the footsteps ol Christ

S Blountstown First
)Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


Sunday Services
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship.. 11:00 AM
Evening Worship ..5:011 PM
Wednesday Servke...7:00 PM


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


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
with
I Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We,
REJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following nme example ol Christ


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown, Florida
STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


850-674-S254
850-674-3144


FRINK BAPTIST CHURCH
11030 Frink Baptist Church Road
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Church Ph: 674-5457 Pastor Ph: 674-3324
Dan Thomas, Pastor


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


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD

SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday. School 10:00AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, MorningWorshp 11:00 AM KidzJr. Bible Quiz 7:00PM
PASTOR Children's Church 1.1:00AM
482-4825' Eening Worhs.p 5:00 PM 'nii: tnns C hsd
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School www.dapps.csous
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon


WORSHIP. SERVICE:
SUNDAY
cOumNi ivH 8:00AM & 10:30 AM
19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5747 email: info@rivertownchurch.info
SWebsite: www.rivertownchurch.info


For Information on Placing Your Church in the Directory, Please Call 674-5041


Family


Dentistry


DENTURE
LAB ON PREMISES
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines

Laban Bontrager, DMD.

Family Dentistry

12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
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AUCTIONS
Farm Equipment
RESCHEDULE AUCTION
Saturday, March 11, 2006, 9:00
a.m.
Sale Site: 1-mile east of
Greenwood, FL on Hwy. 69 Fort
Rd.
Watch for Signs
Consignments Welcome
For more information call John
Stanley at (850) 594-5200
AU044/AB491

CARS AND TRUCKS


Liberty National
Life Insurance Co.
is expanding its operation and is
looking for upwardly mobile people t fill
insurance sales & service positions.
Average annual earnings $48,554.
Fringe benefit package: 2 retirement
funds; health insurance, paid vacation,
convention trips and many other. No
experience necessary. We have on
the job training. Requirements:
Honesty, hard worker and dependable
transportation.
Call:
Tommy Lee

@482-8821
Liberty National A/
Life Insurance Company I
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2003 F-150 crew cab Lariat, 5.4
Triton V-8, towing package, match-
ing tonoue cover, leather interior,
tinted windows, all electric, running
boards, two tone gray, 48,000 miles.
Retail $25,150. Sale price, $22,500.
Call 762-4926.

2006 22' Layton travel trailer by
Skyline, sleeps 6, A/C, CH, alu-
minum siding, awning, all self con-
tained, bumper pull with electric
brakes. Used three times and kept
under a barn. Pay off or take over
payments. Call 762-4926.

1990 Dodge Ram van, mint condi-
tion, seats up to 8 passengers, very
reliable, $3,000 OBO. Call 674-
2453, ask for Bobby or Deborah.

2005 Ford Expedition, white/tan
with leather. For more information
call 643-2442.

2004 Pontiac Grand Am, excellent
condition, 38,000 miles. Great on
gas, $9,000; 2003 Chevy Impala,
great condition, 62,000 miles, great
on gas, power windows, power
locks, power seats, $7,500. Call
762-3284.

FOR RENT
RV camper for rent or sale, $75.00
- $85.00/week. Call 674-7616.

RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.


POSITION AVAILABLE

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

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

Applications will be accepted from February 23, 2006 to March
9 ,2006.

The City of Blountstown is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is a
Drug Free Workplace.









Thee positions ale members of Ite leadership eam and will be Ley
Nowhiring for our c(nmbuicrs in the achievement of uperatinal goals with respea to
world-lassstart-upOSB produdlvity and quality. We are seeking to1 ieare. mill with world-cdss
manufacturing facility [echnulo)y in a highly-effetive, hiqh-performnance people ernvironmeriL
in Oakdale, Louisiana. The ideal candidate: will be innovative, flexible, results-oriented
and dedicated to our commitment of participative
management and high-functioning teams. Mus pos:e worj.
experience in an industrial setting and have demonstrated
success in a supervisory and/or leadership role. -Epeneince in forest
products or engineire ood wood product i prelened Strong
communication, leadership, interpersonal and computer skills
are itical for success.
Marnco limited Pannership offers competitive slane;iand a
compiehenwe benefits padage. This is an excellent opporuniTy to be a
leader in the development of a sart-up mill.
PleJast submit resumes itr salary hisoryeopedations rto


Martco Limited Partnership
Martco Limited Partnership- Oakdale OSB
ATTN: Production Team Leader Opening
P.O. Box 1177.Oakdale, LA71463
Fax:318-215-9934 -jobs martco.com
www.martco.com



CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting
applications for part-time, temporary
CUSTODIAN. No benefits are available with
this position.

Includes a variety of industrial cleaning duties to ensure all
college facilities are kept in an orderly state. Includes, but is
not limited to, cleaning all entry ways, exterior trash cans and
ashtrays, wet mopping all hard floor surfaces, vacuuming all
carpeted areas, cleaning interior stairwells and dusting all
interior surfaces (high and low) including hallways, classrooms,
and offices. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma
or equivalent; or up to one month related experience or
training; or equivalent combination of education and
experience.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Apply at CHIPOLA COLLEGE, Human Resources Office, 3094 Indian Circle,
Marianna, FL 32446
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION.
March 1, 8, 2006


TRANSPORTATION CLERK/DISPATCHER
Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association, Inc (Calhoun County
Transit) is seeking applications for a transportation clerk/dispatcher.
Must be computer literate. Must be able to do multi-tasks. Applicants
must. have a valid Class E FLorida Driver's License or above, a good
driving record. Must be able to pick up 200 Ibs. with assistance,and
have one y ear professional driving experience. CPR, First Aid, and
completion of a Defensive Driving Course are required, but may be
obtained after hire, at your expense. Must also pass DOT drug test.
Smoke free workplace. After being hired a criminal history check,
fingerprinting, and local law enforcement check will be performed.
Documentation of a recent physical must be presented. Salary will be
based upon experience. Submit resume with application. Application
may be picked up at 16859 NE Cayson Street, Blountstown, Florida.
NO PHONE CALLS. CCSCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Application deadline is Wednesday, March 15, 2006 at 4:00 P.M. CT.
March 1,8,2006


2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no
pets. 674-4011.

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FOR RENT

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

Sutton Creek Apartment--
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/ITTY711
Equal Housing Opportunity


FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or fac-
tory 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.

Kenmore washer, $50; Whirlpool
dryer, $30. Call 643-6961.

Lexmark printer, 1 yr. old, $15;
new 30" electric range with pigtail,
$170; new 30" range hood, $38; 21"
6 HP craftsman mower w/bag, $75;
22" 6 HP self-propelled Craftsman
mower w/bag, $125. Call 674-7210.

Fiberglass camper shell to fit 92-
95 Dakota. All glass good, gray in
color, $75.; Slide in bed liner for 2002
Tundra, $50. Call 762-4926.

Prom/pageant dresses, sizes 3-4.
Dark blue velvet, $25; light blue A-
line with wrap, $75; white with bead-
ing on back, $150. Call 674-5223.

Happy Jack Kennel Dip II: treats
fleas, ticks, mange, stop scratching
& gnawing without steroids.
Contains NO solvent.
Biodegradable! ALTHA FARMERS
COOP, 762-8749. www.e-
stitch.com)

6 piece bedroom set. New in
boxes, must sell $550. Can deliver,
850-222-2113.

BED A QUEEN Pillow Top
Mattress Set. New in plastic with
warranty. Sacrifice $149, can deliv-
er. 850-222-7783.

Bed New King 3 piece pillow top
mattress set with warranty, still in,
plastic, can deliver $295. 850-545-
7112.

BEDROOM SET NEW sleigh
bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 night-
stands. ALL WOOD, retail, $5,200.
Sacrifice $1650. 850-222-9879.

Couch and Loveseat. Brand new,
never used. $500. 850-222-2113.

Cherry Sleigh Bed Never used,
still in box. Retail $600, sacrifice
$275. 850-222-7783.

Dining Room Set, Formal table,
chairs, hutch/buffet. All new in
boxes, sacrifice $850. 850-545-
7112.

Mattress NEW FULL SET still in
plastic with warranty, $120: 850-
222-9879.

LEATHER sofa and loveseat.
Brand new, still wrapped, can deliver
-$795. 850-222-2113.


Reasonable Rates
SFree Estimates
Call Chris Nissley

o081 or Cell: 643



M&W Self Storage

RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$25
1 Ox10...$45
10x20...$80
*** NO DEPOSIT .*-
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555 OR
762-8597


TERRY

ENTERPRISES
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK.
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
PONDS
Licensed and Insured
Call for FREE Estipales
We Accept Major Credit Cards
MOBILE: 850-643-6142
850-674-4576
85 44


48 autographed sports cards val-
ued at $200+. Buy all 48 for $150
and get $25 worth of free cards. Call
674-5237.

FREE PETS
(2) valuable Korat cats free to a
good home. Must stay together.
Cats shed very little.

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.

HOMES FOR SALE
JUST REDUCED!! Live Oak
Heights, 3 bdr., 2 bath, immaculate
home on Frank Williams Lane.
Includes large workshop on property.
$156,000. Call Andrea Hagler
McCrary, at 850-896-5335, Caldwell
Banker Real Estate & Mortgage.

LOST AND FOUND
Found Rotweiler dog on Martin
Sewell Road. Very thin. Call to
describe, 762-8701.


PETS FOR SALE
ADBA red nose pit bull puppies,
born 12/12/05, asking $200, first
shots and wormed. CALL 674-2710.


Rural Land for Sale
Where inland meets the Gulf of
Mexico deep in Florida Hill
Country. It's "Old Florida" at its
best. Live oaks and long-leafs,
fields and pines, rivers and bays.
Land in Northwest Florida for your
own farm, ranch or homestead.
Multiple lifestyle opportunities.
Only one number to call.
I 1.866.JOE.LAND
or visit JOE. com/land
IF YOU DON'T KNOW JOE, YOU
DON'T KNOW FLORIDA


^TSTJOE
March 2, 9,16, 23, 30, 2006


REAL ESTATE
Land for sale.
Investment/Development properties.
1/2 acre to large acreage from
Panama Beach to Florida line. By
local owners/agents. Call 850-556-
8669.

Land and mobile home for sale in
Bristol: 4 bdr., 3 bath doublewide


with fireplace, 24 x 24 covered shed
, and 12 x 24 back porch partially
covered. $53,000.00. Please call
643-9890 or 447-0536 for an
appointment. Leave message if
needed.

1-1/2 acre, cleared with well and
septic tank in Clarksville.
$25,000.00. Call 674-5179.

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

WANTED
PAYING $1000 each for Calhoun
County porcelain auto tags 1911-17,
$50 ea. for Florida metal tags before
1955 beginning with #58, #66, or
#67. Also want other tags before
1958. For museum project. Jeff
Francis, P.O. Box 41381, St.
Petersburg, FL 33743-1381, 727-
345-6627, email gobucs13@aol.com
www.floridalicensesplates.com.

YARD SALE
MOVING SALE/YARD SALE -
Saturday, March 4, 8:00 a.m. (CT) at
14206 S.W. CR 275, Abe Springs,
two miles off Hwy. 20. 674-2710.
Bed-couch and matching love seat,
$100; baby jogging stroller, paid
$120, asking $50; ADBA red nose pit
bull puppies, born 12/12/05, asking
$200, first shots and wormed; 4
matching kitchen chairs, bicycles,
yard toys, toys, baby clothes, books,
Knick-knacks, new microwave 1000
watts, lamps, lots of women clothes,
exercise equipment, and lots more.

Yard sale Sat., Mar. 3, 8:00 a.m.,
20157 SW Dogwood Ave. (behind
Burger King, off of Cypress).


Multi-family yard sale Sat.,
March 4, approx. one mile west of
Altha on Hwy. 274. 8:00 a.m. until.
Includes household items, baby
clothes, men's & women's clothing,
misc. items. Canceled if raining.

Multi-family yard sale Sat., March
4, 8:00 11:00 a.m. 20271 SR 69
North (intersection of SR69 & CR69-
A. Clothes for men and women,
misses 12 and up, and men's all
sizes up to 4X blouses, sweaters,
shirts, pants, skirts, dresses, shoes,
socks, etc. Lots of brand name
clothing; also household items, furni-
ture.

Multi-family garage sale, Sat.,
March 4, 7:00 a.m. until at 17565 NE
Charlie Johns St., Blountstown.
Clothes, dishes, furniture, tools and
misc.

3-family yard sale Sat., March 4,
8:00 until at 18951 NW CR 287,
Clarksville. Watch for signs.

Yard sale Sat., March 4, 7:00 a.m.
until across street from Blountstown
Elementary .school, 3 trailer.
Clothes, dishes, misc.

Two-family yard sale Sat., March
4, 8:00 a.m. until 12 noon, 24054 NE
CR 69A, Altha. Mens, women, Jr.
girls and boys clothing, household
items, toys and misc. 762-4224.

Yard sale, Sat., March 4, at 17196
NW Angle St. Men's clothes and
shoes; women's clothing, shoes, lug-
gage on wheels, couch pillows, baby
blankets, clothes for small children,
cook pots, large coffee table.

Yard sale Sat., 8:00 a.m. until at
19074 NE Elijah Morris Road,
Blountstown. Clothes, jewelry, misc.
items. Call 674-2358.


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Arts & crafts classes


HARVEY'S IN BLOUNTSTOWN IS LEADING THE DISTRICT in the Shamrock Sale to benefit the
Muscular Dystrophy Association. "It's just wonderful that a small town like this would help out this
much," says Blountstown Harvey's Office Manager Linda Pritt, adding that the district includes
Tallahassee stores. Shamrocks are sold for $1 and $5 with all proceeds to MDA. The campaign
continues through March 18 with a bake sale planned this Saturday. Pictured are a few of the
employees who have been involved in the drive, (from left) Regina Carroll, Jessica Page, Regina
Raulerson, Linda Pritt, and Aisha Chambers.


Sr. Citizens cont'd


about to end and because of
the popular demand we will
be starting another one. It
has been proven to be a very
helpful and informative class
and we invite you to call and
sign up.
The next class starts
Monday, March 6, at 9:30
a.m. in our conference room.
There is a slight charge for
supplies. You must call 674-
4163 if you are interested.
You may stay for a home
cooked meal afterwards,
please let us know in
advance.

Hot meal person delivery
person still needed
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens is in need of a person
to deliver hot meals to home-


the odor of an alcoholic bev-
erage and noticed Foster
appeared nervous. Foster
reportedly admitting to hav-
ing a drink earlier and was
given a roadside sobriety test
which he passed. When ques-
tioned about illegal drugs.
Foster consented to a search
of his person. but not his
vehicle. Dep. Dalton discov-
ered approximately 81348 in
Foster's left pants pocket.
Deputies Jared Nichols and
Chris Porter. along with K-9
Asco arrived to assist and


bound clients. If you can
spare about more or more
hours per week and have a
car, your assistance would be
greatly appreciated. Please
call Diane Monday -
Wednesday at 674-4163 if
you would like to help. We do
pay mileage.

Exercisers Needed
We are still in need of all
the people out there that
,need to exercise to stay in
good health and shape. We
exercise three days a week
(Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Friday) for one hour at the
Civic Center beginning at 9
a.m. We also need someone
to assist with the class when
our leader is not available.
So why not just show up at


Asco gave a positive alert for
the odor of a narcotic on the
driver door. A search of the
vehicle's interior turned up a
large piece of crack cocaine
in a plastic bag in the driver's
floorboard, along with razor'
blades.

Foster was placed under
arrest and allegedly stated he
.was on his way to Fuqua
Circle to sell the crack before
he was stopped. He remained
in custody at the Calhoun
County Jail at press time.


the Civic Center
out. You might eve

On Sale Now!
Raffle tickets fo
for two to Cozum
Cayman and O0
Jamaico, $1,200 v
Debbie in front offi

Monday Menu
Please call
before 9:00 a.m.
Mar. 6 Oven fi


New arts & crafts classes
will start Monday, March 6,
and Tuesday, March 7, at the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement.
You may choose one and
two separate classes. Classes
are limited to 10 students
ages 5-9 and are meeting in
the Shiloh School at the set-
tlement from 4-5 p.m. The fee
is $25 per month and all sup-
plies are furnished. You must
pre-register by calling Dona
Dunn at 674-8405 or 643-
6445.
Japanese Origami Classes


Robbery-
"Let me get that." Palm
and try it alleged Sheffield reached in
ei enjoy it. his pocket, stole his cash,
and ran toward Lockwood
Avenue.
)r a cruise Palm provided authorities
lel, Grand with a description of Smith's
Cho Rios, clothing and advised the
ialue. See money belonged to the night-
ce. club.
After learning a warrant
was out fori his arrest, Smith
turned himself in at the
674-4163 Sheriffs Office Feb. 20. He
remained in custody at press
ried chick- time.


en, potato salad, seasoned
beets, baked beans, wheat
roll, banana pudding, tea.

Fast Food Friday
Please call 674-4163 for a
reservation on Thursday,
Mar. 3 Hamburger patty,
bun, macaroni salad, baked
beans, glazed carrots,
pineapple, tea.


Checks
BPD advised he has applied
for arrest warrants for both
Peterson and Johnson. He
contacted Oostveen and she
stated her license had been
missing for.about a year and
she had no idea it was being
used by the pair.


will start Saturday, March
11, from 9-10 a.m. and will
meet for three consecutive
weeks. The instructor is
Marty Zolondick. The class is


for students ages 8-80. Fee is
$5 per week. Contact Dona
Dunn at 674-8405 or 643-
6445 or Mary at 674-2777 to
register.


For Calhoun County Porcelain Auto Tags
Dated 1911-17
Also Paying $50 Each For Pre 1955 FL Tags

WU CALHOUN CO. -
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Paying $1000 and Up for Calhoun & Liberty County
Porcelain Auto Tags 1911-17
Paying $50 Each for Florida Tags Prior to 1955 With #58, 66 or
67 Prefix. Also Want FL tags 1918-37. For Museum Project.
Jeff Francis
P.O. Box 41381, St. Petersburg, FL 33743
Phone 727-345-6627 email: gobucs13@aol.com
www.floridalicenseplates.com



Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications
for the following position:

Educational Para Professional

*Terms of Employment: 10 months
*Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
experience
*Oualifications: Must meet all District, State, and Federal
Requirements to be Highly Qualified Paraprofessional
*Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications should be
returned to the School Board office by March 10, 2006 12:00
Noon (CDT).
*Questions concerning this opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Keith Summers,
Principal.
*Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
March 1 2006


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Crime Report-


Accepting Applications
Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association. Inc. will be
accepting'applications for a Service Aide. Duties will include
homemaking, respite care, and personal care duties. This
person must have a valid certified nursing assistant certificate
or 32 hours of certified documentation for personal care duties.
This person must also have a Florida driver's license, a high
school diploma, pass FDLE background screening, and drug
test. Application deadline will be Wednesday, march 15, 2006
at 4:00 PM. Applications may be picked up at 16859 NE
Cayson Street, Blountstown, FL. NOPHONE CALLS PLEASE.
CCSCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
March 1.8.2006





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Miss Calhoun Co.


Jessica Metcalf of Blountstown was crowned Miss Calhoun
County Saturday night. She will represent our community at the
Miss National Peanut Festival Pageant in Dothan. this fall.


Pageant


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Savannah McCroan (third from left) was named Junior Miss Calhoun County. Also taking honors in the Junior Miss division were
(from left) Alanna Daniels (most photogenic), Saige Kent (2nd runner up), and Randa McCroan (1st runner up). PHOTO SUBMITTED


Dear Gadsden, Liberty & Calhoun' ,
County Residents,
Three years ago I obtained my Florida
Dealer's License due to the frustration of
shopping for a used car. The following
three things made car shopping a big
headache for me:
*Haggllng for the best price
Having to come gp4 ith $2000 to
I $300 for a down"paymenlt, taxes, title and,


*Paving someone a $5000 $6000 profit
on a $10,000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct
Automotive Wholesale:
*All vehicles are priced at the "Loan
Value". which is the price credit unions
and banks will loan you on this vehicle.
*We require.NO DOWN PAYMENT on
any 6f our vehicles. We can event help With


your taxes and'tag mosi of the time.
*At LOAN VALUE, we make a small prof-
it and you gel a great deal!
The best part is we have family on the
lot, NOTU.,JGH PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE.
If you'doil i see the car of your dreams in
this ad. call us. We'll get you pre-approved.
tell you whale it will cost and buy it for you.
We appreciate your supporting us. Come
by or call.


In the Young Miss division, winners included (from left) Emily
Childress (1st runner up), Katelyn Bozeman (queen, most pho-
togenic and people's choice award), and Madison Rowe (2nd
runner up). PHOTO SUBMITTED


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We sell all of our cars at
a discount so you don't
need a down payment!
Interest Rates
as low as 4.95%


Teen Miss winners included (from left) Christy Simmons (2nd
runner up), Emily Brooks (queen, scholar award with a 4.0 gpa,
and most photogenic), and Ashley Smith (1st runner up and
people's choice award).


0 Down '05 Chevy Impala 0 Down '02 Mitsubishi Galant 0 Down '02 Saturn L300 0 Down u' nona ccur
$244/mo Absolutely Like New! $192/mo ES. 4 dr. Very Low Miles! s 91/mo 4 door 211/imo V6, Leather, Sunroof!


0 ,Down '00 Jeep Cherokee
$172/mo Low Miles!


1
0 Down '04 Monte Carlo
$244/mo Only 13,000 Miles!


0 Down '01 GMC Jimmy 0 Down '99 Mercedes E320
s166/mo Alloy Wheels! s365/mo 45,000 Miles! Like New!


0 Down '02Chrysler SebringLX 0 Down '01 BMW 525i
$171/mo Quality without high price! S398/mo Leather! Sunroof! Loaded!


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0 Down '01 Mercury Marquis LS 0 Down '05 Ford Taurus
$211 /mo Low Miles. Leather! s249/mo Low Miles! Like New!


Winners in the Miss division included (from left) Lyndsey
Wainwright (1st runner up), Jessica Metcalf (queen and most
photogenic), and Casey Glass (2nd runner up). Not pictured is
Candice Ferguson (Miss Congeniality) and Nikki Bernhard
(community service award with 651 hours in the past year).


0 Down '01 Honda Odessey 0 Down '02 Pontiac Bonneville 0 Down '98 Chevy Tahoe LT 0 Down '03 Toyota Tundra 4x4
$21 O/mo The family-friendly Honda! 288/mo Leather, Sunroof! $172/mo Leather & Loaded! S404/mo 4 door, V8, X cab. Mint!


0 Down '04 Dodge Intrepid
I192/mo Great Color! Like New!


0 Down '02 Ford F150 Lariat 0 Down '04 Ford Expedition
s245/mo Extended Cab! Leather! $384/mo Third Row Seat!


0 Down '01 Cadillac deVille
s326/mo Low Miles!


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Little Miss winners included (from left) Madison Peacock (1st
runner up and most photogenic), Ashley Lytle (queen), and
Chelsee McGhee (2nd runner up and sponsorship queen).


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


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