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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Creation Date: June 28, 2006
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 2006 E 99th Year, No. 43 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


MAIN STREET


Downtown


property


owners to


talk vision
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If you own property in
.downtown Blountstown, a
forum planned Thursday
night, June 29, at 6 p.m. in
the' Calhoun County
Extension Office is one you
won't want to miss.
Blountstown Main Street
has organized this event to
enlist the owners along the
downtown corridor to part-
ner with their group, share
ideas, and pursue a vision
for making downtown an
attrac tve. desirable location.
"The property owners and
business owners in the
downtown will play a major
part m bringing back the
area," says Main Street
Chairman Tony Shoemake.
,"We want to get everyone
together and talk about their
ideas for downtown. We will
take a look at the changes
that are taking place and the
possibilities to come."
For more information, call


the Chamber
Commerce/Main
office at 674-4519.


TRIBUTE TO AN AMERICAN SOLDIER




A UNSUNG HERO


of
Street


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CELEBRATING OUR INDEPENDENCE


SFirworks show, Walk




to Liber wilhehed


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor ..
For the first time in many moons,
the night sky above Calhoun County'
will be .emblazoned with bursts of
neon color in honor of Independence
Day.
A free fireworks show, courtesy of
RiverTown Community Church, is
slated for Monday, July 3. Free eats
begin at 7 p.m. with plenty of hot
dogs, chips, and sodas available to
anyone with an appetite at food
booths spread throughout the park.
While folks are gathering in the
two hours before the show, a live
band will perform some of your
favorite tunes, ranging from golden
oldies to current hits.


According to Lisa Yoder of
RiverTown, who is helping organize
the festivities, the goal is to see the
event expand in the future with more
activities for the entire family. "It's
our desire that this would be the
start of a community event that will
just spark an annual celebration
year after year, bringing back a whole
community feel of people wanting to
come and celebrate," she remarks.
"We definitely want it to be a commu-
nity atmosphere."
Yoder says attendees will be treat-
ed to a professional fireworks display
by PyroTechnico. "They've done
shows in Mexico Beach and several
major cities," she points out, adding,
"We're doing this on Monday night
because this company is doing shows


.on Tuesday in other cities so, this was
our available time to get them."
.Yoder says there will be great
views of the show from the comforts
of your ear or bring a lounge chair
and stake out a spot on one of the
ball fields. .
Due to dry conditions that make
the ground ripe for wildfires. no pn-
vate fireworks will be allowed this
year. "In years to come, there could
be kids nith sparklers, but with how
dry it is this year, we can't permit
anything that's going to set a spark
out there," says Yoder.
Alcohol is never allowed at any
county parks or river landings and
See FIREWORKS, page 4


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Altha mom

arrested

for abuse


of children
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
An Altha woman remains
behind bars after authorities
discovered' her two toddlers
had been left home alone in
filthy living conditions last
Wednesday afternoon.
Arrested was Jacquelyn
Marie Brooks, 21, charged
with two counts of child
abuse.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office,
Trooper Jason Britt of the
Florida Highway Patrol
arrived at an Altha conven-
ience store around 2 p.m.
and was alerted by store
clerks that Brooks had been
talking on the store's pay
phone for approximately 30
minutes while her two small
children were home alone.
Tpr. Britt called the Sheriffs
Office and Dep. Eddie Dalton
arrived within 10 minutes.
Dep. Dalton approached
Brooks and noticed a three-,
year-old child with her. He
asked if she had other chil-
dren and she advised she
had a nine-month-old and
an 18-month-old. When he
inquired about where they:
were. she first Stated they
were with their uncle.
However, when Dep.'Dalton
asked for the uncle's phone
number, -Brooks reportedly
changed her story and said
the small children were
asleep at home.
Dep. Dalton transported
Brooks and her three-year-
old to their residence. Upon
entering the front door, Dep.
Dalton found the home in
total disarray with old food
on the couch; table, and
floor. In addition, electrical
wires were laying on the
floor. The home did not have
an air conditioner and Dep.
Dalton reported it was
approximately 90 degrees
inside. He quickly spotted
the 1S-month-old child cry-
ing and standing in his bed.
The doorway of the room was
boarded so the child could
not leave. It also appeared,
his diaper had been dirty for"
an extended period.
Dep. Dalton then discov-
ered the nine month old lay-
ing on the floor next to the
back door that was open.
There were no steps outside
the door with a drop off esti-
mated at two feet. The baby
was crying and sitting in cig-
arette butts.
In a sworn statement,
See CHILD ABUSE, page 12



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T4 coNERi Congressman Allen Boyd asks:

:, Edit "Where's the accountability?"


The Price They Paid
This piece has made the
e-mail rounds several times,
but is worth repeating. Happy
Fourth of July!
Have you ever wondered
what happened to the 56
men who signed the
Declaration of Independence?
Five signers were captured
by the British as traitors and
tortured before they died.
Twelve had their homes
ransacked and burned. Two
lost their sons in the
Revolutionary Army, another
had two sons captured. Nine
of the 56 fought and died
from wounds or the hard-
ships of the Revolutionary
War. They signed and pledged
their lives, their fortunes,
and their sacred honor.
S What kind of men where
S they? Twenty-four were
lawyers and jurists. Eleven
were merchants, nine were
farmers and large plantation
owners, men of means; well
educated.
But they signed the.
Declaration of Independence
knowing full well that the
penalty would be death if
they were captured. Carter
Braxton of Virginia, a wealthy
planter and trader, saw his
ships swept from the seas-by
the British navy. He sold, his
home and his properties ,to.
pay his debts, and died in,
rags.
Thomas McKeamwass so
hounded by the British that,
he was forced' to' move his
family almost constantly. He.
served in Congress' without
pay, and his familywas kept
in hiding. His, possessions
were taken from. him, and
poverty was his reward., : ''.,
Vandals or soldiers, o dr
both, looted the propertieS of
Ellery, Clymer, Hall, Walton,
Gwinnett, Heyward;,
Ruttledge, and Middleton. At
the battle of Yorktown.
Thomas Nelson, Jr. noted.
that the British General
Cornwallis had taken over,
the Nelson home for his
headquarters. The owner qui-
etly urged General George
Washington to open fire. The
Sho.ie .Ws,'; destroyed.: ,.rd
Nelson died bankrupt.


Francis Lewis had his
home and properties
destroyed. The enemy jailed
his wife, and she died within
a few months. John Hart was
driven from his wife's bedside
as she was dying. Their 13
children fled for their lives.
His fields and his grist mill
were laid to waste. For more
than a year he lived in forests
and caves, returning home to
find his wife dead and his
children vanished. A few
weeks later he died from
exhaustion and a broken
heart.
Norris and Livingston suf-
fered similar fates. Such are
the stories and sacrifices of
the American Revolution.
These were not wild-eyed,
rabble-rousing ruffians. They
were soft spoken men of
means and education. They
had security, but they valued
liberty more. Standing tall,
Straight, and .unwavering,
they pledged: "For the sup-
port of this declaration, with
the firm reliance on the pro-
tection of the' Divine
Providence, we mutually
pledge, to each other, our
lives, our fortunes, and our
sacred honor.":



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SBY CONG. ALLEN BOYD (D-FL)

Imagine a business that
could not tell its shareholders
what happened to billions of
dollars. This business would
be held liable for financial
negligence and most likely be
forced to close its doors. Our
federal government, the
biggest business in the coun-
try, could not account for $25
billion in 2004; however, no
one has been held account-
able and few seem to care.
Similarly, 19 of 24 federal
agencies were unable to pro-
duce a full audit of their
spending in 2005. How can
the federal government work
effectively when agencies
cannot account for taxpayer
dollars? The answer is that it
cannot. This ineffectiveness
is seen in record-high budget
deficits the past four years
and the highest federal debt
in the history of our country.
The problems and the neg-
ligence do not end here. In
the last six years, Congress
has abdicated completely its
oversight role. For example,
the Government
Accountability Office (GAO)
and the Veterans Affairs' (VA)
Inspector General have
issued multiple reports since
2000 about VA cyber-securi-
ty problems and the need to
upgrade VA information tech-
nology security. Also, in four
of the past five years, the VA
has received a failing grade
.on ahannual cyber-security
review by the House
.Government Reform
'Committee. However,
Congress has ignored these
disturbing reports and failed
to call on the VA to improve
its data security measures.
Had Congress paid attention
to any of these findings, the
recent VA data security
,breach may have been pre-
vented, and the personal data
of 26.5 million veterans
would not be at risk. This
disregard of vital information
reflects the way Congress has
abandoned its oversight role
during the current era of one-
party rule in Washington.
Congress must return


accountability to our govern-
ment and renew its duty to
serve as a check-and-balance
for overspending, waste,
fraud, and financial abuse
within the executive branch.
I am cosponsoring two pieces
of legislation that will restore
financial responsibility in
federal agencies and keep a
better eye on taxpayer dol-
lars.
The first piece of legisla-
tion, introduced by
Congressman John Tanner
(D-Tennessee), would provide
more congressional oversight
by holding hearings within
60 days of Inspector General
reports that indicate financial
mismanagement of more
than $1 million. This legisla-
tion also would call for hear-
ings when the GAO raises a
red flag over a federal
agency's accounting prac-


tices. Currently, findings by
the Inspector General and
the GAO often are ignored,
but this legislation would not
allow Congress to shirk its
important oversight responsi-
bility.


I also have cosponsored
the Accountability in
Government Act to hold fed-
eral agency heads account-
able when they cannot pro-

See CONG. BOYD, page 11


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NOTICE OF

CITY ELECTION


Notice is hereby given that the annual City Election in and
for the City of Blountstown, Florida, a Municipal Corporation, is
called to be held on Tuesday, September 5, 2006. The following
officers will be elected for two-year terms.

MAYOR
CITY COUNCILMAN, WARD 3
CITY COUNCILMAN, WARD 4

The qualification period opens Monday, July 17, 2006 at
12:00 noon and closes Friday, July 21, 2006, at 12:00 noon.

Candidates must submit a qualification form and fee of
$30.00 at City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown,
Florida. Qualification forms are available at City Hall.



BY: R.W. Deason,
Mayor
ATTEST: Jimmy W. Hand, P.E.
SCity Manager/Engineer
June 21, 28, July 5, 2006


2006 F-150 2006EXPEDITION


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In honor of Davis, Thomas and Williams families



Free fish fry to be held





July 1 at Cooper's Park


A free remembrance fish
fry will be held Saturday,
July 1, at 3 p.m. at Cooper's
Park in Blountstown. The
event is being presented by
Elder Floyd and Debhorah
Williams and family.
Those to be remembered
at the fish fry are:


Davis James (Bosie)
Davis, Robert & Nircissic
Davis, Robert Davis, Ruby
Davis Wise, Halique Davis
Daughtry, Margaret Davis
Smith, Tim Davis, Lonnie &
Freda Davis, Charlie &
Estella Russ, Sam Wynn, Jim
Davis, Rosetta Davis, and


Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Paul Schamens


Lee, Schamens



exchange vows


SDustin. Paul Schamens
and Emily Brooke Lee were
united in marriage on May
27, 2006 at the Schamens
family farm with a beauti-
ful outside ceremony.
She is the daughter of
Dara B. Musgrove of Altha
and Eric Lee of
Tallahassee. He is the son
of Andrew R. Schamens of'
Altha and Dee Miller of
PhoenL\, AZ.
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bride are Jack and Jerane
Spain and Charlie and
Jackie Lee, all of
Bl ountsto wn .
Grandparents of the
groom are Ross and Sonja
Schamens of Altha. The
bride has two great grand-
mothers, Ruby Bailey and
Vonnie Duke, both of
Blountstown.
They will reside in Altha
'at the Schamens fatainly
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Georgia (Davis) Engram.
Thomas Daisy Mae
Thomas, Pete & Queen
Thomas, Mildred Thomas
Baker, Estella Thomas Yon,
Edna (Bonnie) Thomas,
Isaiah Thomas, Cecil (Link)
Thomas, Mexico McNealy,
Don Thomas, George Lee
Thomas, Roscoe Thomas,
Eddie Lee (Buster) Thomas,
Otto Poter, and Hezekiah

Democratic

Party will

meet July 3
The Calhoun County
Democratic Party will meet
Monday, July 3, at 6:00 PM,
at the Calhoun County Public
Library.
The main items on the
agenda are: (1) Finalizing the
public forum including
Senator Bill Nelson and
Democratic Candidates for
Governor, Jim Davis and Rod
Smith. Plus, all other
Democratic candidates, local
and state. (2) Community
outreach scheduled for July
29.
Everyone is invited!

Blountstown

Main Street

meets Mon.
Blountstown Main Street
will now be meeting twice a
month on the first and third
Monday at noon in the con-
ference room at the County
Extension Office. The next
meeting is July 3.
Among the items to be..
'ditci~~sed are the Murder
.'I*-y-te :DLDnner Theatrl; and
. Silent. Auction,. Halloween
Mlo\ie on the Square, and
Do\wn\\own Christmas Card
Project.
Anyone wishing to get
involved in downtown revi-
talization is urged to join
Main Street. For more infor-
mation, call the Chamber/
Main Street at 674-4519.


Thomas.
Williams Annie Lee
Williams, Major Williams, Ida
Mae Williams, Eddie Kennett,
Irish Kennett, Albert Kennitt,
and Ernest Goldstein.
We miss everyone and no
one will ever be forgotten!
Come and enjoy this free fish
fry in their memory on July 1
at 3 p.m. Just bring a posi-
tive attitude. God bless!

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\tion's Independence.

Drive Carefully and
'e A Safe Holiday.

Be Open for Regular
Hours on Wednesday



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BLOUNTSTOWN AMNESTY CLEAN-UP





THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN WILL HOLD AMNESTY CLEAN-UP
THIS IS FREE OF CHARGE TO CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN RESIDENTS AND WILL BE OFFERED

JUNE 26, 2006- JUNE 30, 2006
SEPTEMBER 25, 2006-SEPTEMBER 29, 2006
JANUARY 8, 2007- JANUARY 12, 2006
PICK UP ITEMS:
COUCHES, OLD BEDS, BICYCLES, APPLIANCES, AIR CONDITIONERS, MISCELLANEOUS JUNK.
WILL NOT PICK UP:
CHEMICALS/PAINTS, BATTERIES, TIRES, BUILDING DEBRIS, COMMERCIAL OR CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS.
PLACE ALL ITEMS AT THE CURBSIDE FOR PICK-UP. SEPARATE ALL APPLIANCE ITEMS AND ALL LIMBS/
YARD DEBRIS AND THEY WILL BE PICKED UP.

THE CITY WILL BE HOLDING "AMNESTY CLEAN-UP" EVERY 3 MONTHS FOR ONE (1)
WEEK ONLY.

BEFORE PLACEMENT OF MATERIALS, CALL CITY HALLAT 674-5488 TO REGISTER
YOUR DESIRED PICK UP OF MATERIALS.

THANK YOU FOR HELPING US SERVE YOU AND HELPING KEEP BLOUNTSTOWN A
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HUEY PIERCE BRANTLEY
Mr. Huey Pierce Brantley,
67, of Bristol, passed away
Thursday, June 22, 2006, in
Blountstown.
Mr. Brantley was born in
Waukeenah, Florida, and had
lived in Liberty County since
1972. Huey had worked for
the City of Tallahassee and
had done fencing on the side
for 19 years before retiring
from the city and operating
Brantley Fencing full time.
He was preceded in death
by his father, William
Brantley; his mother, Thelma
Fain; a brother, Franklin
Brantley; and a sister, Iris
Taff.
Survivors include his wife,
Betty Brantley of Bristol; two
sons, -Tim Brantley and his
wife, Belinda, of Bristol and
Huey Brantley Jr. and his
wife, Clarissa, of Nashville,
TN; one daughter, Karen
Mayo of Bristol; one brother,
Terry Brantley and his wife,
Suzanne, of Monticello; one
sister, Carolyn Drawdy and
her husband, Tom, of
Tallahassee; three grandchil-
dren, Timmy Mayo, and
Casey and Colby Brantley;
and a host of nieces and
nephews.


Arrow'of
Truth
S by Rev. R. W. Waterman ,

Loving Your Soul
Proverbs 19:8
Wisdom is much more than
knowledge. Accumulating a
bunch of facts can make you a
trivia king, but it doesn't guar-
antee wisdom.,
Wisdom relates learning to
life. The wise person can apply
knowledge to challenges and
problems, so succeeding in
. chosen endeavors.
God has made us.for fellow-
ship, not for isolation. Wisdom
is skill at building and main-
taining relationships. Wisdom
is never secular'because a per-
son's primary relationship is to
,God. IF we falter there we can-
hot succeed anywhere else.
People and things become false
gods and they throw our lives
*waty- 4t oqfhack.
.Th'e "cofitet stib\v., iov\'. the
*..pfor. ,st3fer and.,ia5i,,,isdojn,.....
Sto prosperity. Nevertheless,
the Bible never equates suc-
cess with material wealth.,
Scripture recognizes the nch
Sfool as, well as the poor fool.
Folly is life spent butting heads
i ith God.
To have wisdom, then. is to,
become efficient at relation-
ships, honoring God as God
and treating persons as per-
sons, not exploiting them for
selfish advantage.
'He who gets wisdom loves
his own soul." He promotes
'his own highest welfare, which
is found in right and happy
relationships with God. per-
sons, and things.


Fireworks-
this rule \\ill remain in effect
during the fireworks show.
Earlier in the da\, 'the
Apalachee \alley \TW Post
12010, in cooperation with
American Leiion Post 272,
\vill sponsor the 'W\alk to
Liberty" across 'Trammell
Bridge. Walkers are to form
at Veterans Memorial Center
in Bristol on Saturday. July"
1, at 9:20 a.m. ET/8:45 a.m.
CT at .the west end.
Transportation will be pro-
vided from, Veterans
Memorial Center to the west
end of Trammell Bridge for
the walk..
After the trek, transporta-
tion will pick-up walkers on
the east end and transport
them to Veterans Memorial
Center for an Independence
Day Program.


Funeral services were held
at 2:00 PM EST Saturday,
June 24, from the Bristol
Church of God with Reverend
Terry Blackburn officiating.
Interment followed at 4:30
PM EST in the Waukeenah
United Methodist Church
Cemetery in Waukeenah. In
lieu of flowers, contributions
can be made to Covenant
Hospice 1545 Raymond Diehl
Road Suite 102, Tallahassee,
FL 32308.
SAdams Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrange-
ments, ph. 643-5410 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.


VBS at Nazarene

Church July 10-14

Blountstown Church of
the Nazarene will be having
their Vacation Bible School,
The First Action Heroes:
Experience God's Awesome
Power!, July 10-14 from 5:30
to 8:30 p.m.
If you like action heroes,
you will love our VBS. Come
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Correction Abe Springs PHC to
host revival July 2-6



Due to an error in the
information submitted to The
County Record,, Mr. Roy M.
Clemmons, great grandfather
to Mrs. Catherine "Cassie"
O'Bryan Dabney, was incor-
rectly listed as deceased in
her obituary. Our apologies
to the family for this mistake.



Card of thanks
God is great and the
hearts of his people overflow
with love and compassion.
There truly aren't words to
adequately express our deep
appreciation for the outpour-
ing of love and support we
have experienced over the
past two weeks.
Family, friends, church
family, neighbors, co-work-
ers, area pastors and
churches, local government
and authorities, area busi-
nesses, local schools and
teachers, acquaintances and
complete strangers have
shown us God's love in
action. You have all done so
much for us when we could
not do for ourselves.
Please continue to lift us
up in prayer. Thank you, we
will never forget all you have
done for us. God bless you'
all.
Sincerely,
The Family of
S, Cassie O'Bryan-Dabney

Card of thanks
Words can't express how
'fihfif 'WeF' apprfecifafte the"
prayers, food, cards, flowers,
visits and telephone calls
that were received during our
time of sorrow.
Special thanks to Dr. M.
Farooqi. Kinard V.F.D. First
Responder Team. Judy Hall
and Jonathan Kimbrel with
the ambulance service.
Re\v. Richard Waterman
and Johnny Roberts \iill
alhvays be in our hearts.
Thanks to Marlon Peavy with
his help and services. The
meal provided by some spe-
cial ladies at First Baptist
Church after the service was
a blessing.
Your love, comfort and
support will help get us
through the days ahead.
Your acts of kindness \\ill
al]wa s be remembered.
Louise Neal Family








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Bro. Christopher Ali will
be in Revival at Abe Springs
Pentecostal Holiness Church
beginning Sunday, July 2 -
July 6. Sunday services will
begin at 11:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m., week nights services at
7:00 p.m. We would like to
invite everyone to come by
and receive a blessing. The


BY LINDA WILLIAMS
Mossy Pond VFD & Auxiliary
Just a reminder of the crime'
watch Thursday at the fire-
house. The Mossy Pond VFD
and Auxiliary invite all in the
community to come out and see
what's going on.
Auxiliary members are sell-
ing our cookbooks at Walmart
on Friday so if you don't have
one either call one of us or pick
it up when you're shopping on
Friday.
We are going to have bingo
starting in August. We're excited
about our new adventure so if
you play bingo, bring your chair
and play on August 5 at 7:00.
We need to work out all the
information on it, but will keep
you updated.
Glad to have Gene and Adele
back from a week's vacation.
They went to South Carolina.
Shelton Park Library is hav-
ing their Fourth of July picnic.
Bring a dish and enjoy the com-
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off SR 20 on CR 275 South.
For more information, please
call Bro. Michael Morris at
762-2292.


Banquet will honor
Dr. and Mrs. Wilson

St. Mary M.B. Church
Pastor's Aide Ministry cor-
dially invite you to a banquet
honoring Dr. and Mrs. C.L.
Wilson Saturday, July 1, 7:00
p.m. (EST) at Veteran
Memorial Civic Center locat-
ed in Bristol.
Toastmaster is Rev. James
Youmus from Panama City.
the speaker is Rev. Clovese
Snowden from Beatrice, Al.
Colors will be red, white &
blue formal attire. Tickets
are adults, $15; children,
$7.50 under 10 yrs. Tickets
will be available at the door.
Sunday, July 2, we will
continue with two spirit filled
services at St. Mary M.B.
Church located in


you need to.
Our beautiful people this
week are all the people that
form the Friends of the Shelton
Library. They do lots of work to
get the library going and we do
appreciate them. They play
dominoes on Tuesday morning
and exercise and weight class at
1 on Wednesday. So if you live
in the area of Shelton Park or
Mossy Pond come out and have
fun.
Have a good week and take
care of one another!
Remember, the meetings for
the VFD are the 1st and third
Thursday of the month at 7:00.
The auxiliary meets the first
Tuesday of the month at 12:30,
and 6:30 on the 1st and third
Thursday.


Blountstown on River St. At
11:00 a.m. the guest speaker
will be Elder Tracy Baker
from New Beginning
C.O.C.W.I.H. We will con-
clude at 3:00 p.m. Guest
churches are New Zion M.B.
Church, Rev. James Atkins,
pastor; Prayer Chainers
Mission of God, Elder
Geraldine Sheard, pastor and
St. James M.B. Church, Rev.
Charles Ash, pastor.
Come share God's good
new with us.
For more information call
Evangelist Patricia Mosley,
643-2948, Sis. Pauline
Holmes, 674-7782, Sis.
Debbie Hammond, 674-2453
or Sis. Idean Evans, 674-
3597.


Page Pond youth
Halo Tourney set

The Youth Department of
Page Pond Assembly of God
will be hosting a Halo
Tournament on June 30th at
7:00 p.m.
The church is located at
23422 NW Murdock Dr.
which is behind Shelton:s
corner. Refreshments will be
available for purchase.
Everyone is encouraged to
participate and have a good
time.
If you have any questions
concerning the event, you
can contact the Youth Pastor
Heath Barfoot at 272-5468.


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Bible Study.,All Ages,..6:00 PM/CT
Wednesday Devotion & Choir Practice
6 PM/CT
Dr. Paul Joyner Pastor
We invite you to join us for these services.
"Warm your heart train your mind"

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


Blountstown First
)Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals
Sunday Services Hwy. 20 West
Sunday School...9:45 AM .
13th Street
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16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL
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850-674-8716


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Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
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Sunday School...9:30 AM Worship Service...11:00 AM
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The County Record, JUNE 28, 2006, Page 5


Humane Society offers tips on..



Summertime pet safety


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Happy "3rd" Birthday!!
Meredith Barber celebrat-
ed her 3rd birthday on May
23rd with a Princess birthday
party. Meredith is the daugh-
Ster of Link and Elaine Barber
of Rock Bluff. Her grandpar-
Sents are Joe and Esther Alford
of Blountstown and Dexter
Sand Gabra Barber of Bristol.
Her great-grandparents are
Estelle Vickery of Blountstown,
Vella Rankin of Bristol, and
Gordy Barber of Rock Bluff.
Meredith enjoys playing out-
side with her cousins, going to
Sthe lake, and going to
I church.


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Happy "22nd" & "3rd"
Birthday!!
Heidi Barth v. il be 22 ear
S old on July 1, and her nephew
Heath Sims will be 3 years;old
Son June 30. Heidi is a senior at.i
SFSU in Tallahassee, and wi I be
Graduating in December :ic a
Rei~ftered Nurse. She like. r.:.
c'.ornre horime.on the weekend
i rto spena time: with her
So', friend and family; Heath
Sims, the son..of Zacc arna
S Holly Sims of Fort Braden, is
special part of her family. He
a is the grandson of Jeffrey ono:d
.Ruth Barth of Altha anr.:
SMarlene and Lucille Stevart
of Marianna. Heath enjoys his
cars, cowboy stuff, riding his
Stractor and teasino '.,.ith
Heidi.
'. -U. li) e you, Poppy & Mia

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Happy "1st" Birthday
"Sweet. Baby"
Cierra Morales
We love you very much!!
NeNaw, Pa and LLaL


Happy "6th" Birthday, Jax!
Jaxon Ridley celebrated
his 6th birthday Saturday with
a bowling party. Jaxon is the
son of DeAnna Ridley and the
grandson of Eddie and Rita
Taylor and Dee and Kathy
Ridley. Jax enjoys riding his 4-
wheeler, listening to Kenny
Chesney, and cheering on
FSU.
We love you, Jax!
Love Mommy Mia, Nanny
and Papa Dee.


Happy "2nd" Birthday! .
Anna Jo Hall will celebrate
her 2nd birthday on July 1st.
She is the .daughter of Ben
and Brooke Hall. Anna Jo
enjoys playing in her pool,
hanging out at the fire
department with her daddy
and plo, irg with her friends
at Gateway Daycare.


Happy 3rd Birthday!
Jaccot HanisrCrd celet:,rot-
ed his 3rd birthday June 20.
'He is the son of Jolene
Hazel,. ,vo,- or Tolloh-,i, ee
; arin Brian Hanstord or .iltna.
His grandparents are the late
rianc, [.lelto.n Bill and: Joriice
Gro:Iorn, and Rick, and
Karen Hansford, all of Altha.
His- great-grandparents are.
the lore Bett, Melton and
Dewey Melton, and the late
Harold Hansford and L.V.
..Hansford, all of Altha. Jacob.
enjoys playing in the sand at
the beach with momma and
Rob and riding his 4 wheeler
with his daddy and cousin
Mallory.


Happy "Ist" Birthday!
Cierra Jalynn Morales is
celebrating her first birthday
on June 28, 2006. She is the
daughter of Hector and
Angie Morales of
Blountstown. Cierra is the
granddaughter of Jim and
Paula Bracewell and Maria
Morales of Blountstown and
Hector Morales, Sr. of
Brownsville, Texas. Cierra
enjoys playing with her big sis-
ters, Melyna, Reyna and
Adriana, watching Dora and
eating all the time!

Birth AIIIu.J..IJ.1


Katelyn Belle Grantham
Donny Ray and Jessica
Grantham and brothers Keith
and Eric are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter and sister, Katelyn
Belle Grantham, on June 1,
2006, at Bay Medical Center.
She weighed 6 pounds, 1
ounces and was 19-1/4 inch-
es long.
Maternal grandparents
are Darrell and Desree Mullins
Sof Blountstown. Maternal
great grandparents are Coy
and Elma Mullins and lone
Tucker and the late Joseph
Tucker of Blountstown.
Paternal grandparents are
Donny Joe and Karla
Grantham and Jane
Grantham of Blountstown.
Paternal great gr:ri.:r,:,rerin
re 'Cha'rles and 'Dot
Grantham and the late Tim
and Lillie Belle McCoy.


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FROM THE HUMANE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES

The summer season is an
excellent time to enjoy the
outdoors. Yet, along with
benefiting from the great
weather and fun activities,
pet owners must take extra
precautions in order to
ensure the safety of their
furry family members.

Transportation
Never leave your pet in an
unattended car. On warm
days, the temperature in
your car can rise to 120
degrees in a matter of min-
utes, even with the windows
slightly open.
When you bring your pet
along on a car ride, use a pet
safety harness. If an accident
were to occur, a pet safety
harness can ensure that
every passenger is protected.
If your dog must ride in
the back of a pick-up truck,
make sure that he or she is in
a crate that is secured to the
bed of the truck. If you were
to suddenly hit the brakes,
swerve or be hit by a car, it
could result in serious injury
not only to your pet' :but to
other drivers.
Do not travel with your pet
on an airplane unless-it's
absolutely necessary. If you
plan on bringing your pet on
vacation, consider driving to
your destination. Otherwise,
think about leaving your pet
behind under the care of a
pet sitter or boarding kennel.
For detailed information on
safe pet air travel, click on
the "Pet Travel" button on the
top left.
Wellness
Only use veterinarian-
approved flea and tick control
products. Over-the-counter
products may contain ingre-
dients that have been found
to harm pets. For more infor-
mation about what chemicals
to avoid, click on the
"Chemical Info" button on the
top left.
Make sure that your pet is
protected from heartworm.
Dogs and cats are at higher
risk of contracting heart-


worm during the summer
because there is an increase
of mosquitoes, which transfer
the disease. Contact your vet-
erinarian in order to deter-
mine the best schedule for
heartworm testing and pre-
ventive medication for your
pet.
Protect your pet from the
heat by providing him/her
with large amounts of fresh
water and keeping them
indoors with you and provid-
ing plenty of shade when they
are spending time outdoors.
On hot days, limit your
pet's exercise to the early
morning or evening hours.
Also, keep in mind that the
hot asphalt can burn your
pet's paws.
Precautions
Learn to identify the signs
of heat stress: heavy panting,
glazed eyes, a rapid pulse,


unsteadiness, a staggering
gait, vomiting, or a deep red
or purple tongue. If your pet
does become overheated,
immediately lower his/her
body temperature by apply-
ing cool (not cold) water over
his/her body, and giving
small amounts of water or ice
cubes. Most importantly, get
immediate help from a veteri-
narian.
Teach your dog how to get
out of your pool. Like people,
many dogs like cooling off in
pools. Even if your dog can
swim, tragedy can occur if
he/she does not know how to
exit the pool. This can be pre-
vented by showing your
pooch how to enter the pool
via the stairs and guiding
him or her back out. Never
leave your pet unattended
around a pool.
See PET SAFETY, page 7


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FWC needs your input


AA All-Stars win district championship
Blountstown AA All-Stars captured the district title last week in Malone. They will advance to
state starting July 8 in Callaway. Team members include (front row, from left) Derek Eberly,
Chason Roulac, Shad Johnson, Malac Johnson, Drew Bryant, Bryson Home, Seth Brown, (middle
row) Ridge Deitz, Dylan Lee, Kenny Godwin, Jared Wainwright, Sawyer O'Bryan, Jake Woodham,
(back row) Coaches Michael Bryant, Emory Home, Terry Blair, and District Director Marty Toole.


Minor League All-Stars in district tourney
Blountstown's Minor League All-Stars are participating ih the district tournament underway this
week.in Sneads. Team members include (front row, from left) Bryan Harris, Thomas Howell, Colton
Purvis, D.J. Green, Kent Rogers, Andrew Bennett, Tristen Wood, (back row) Coach Roman Wood,
Porter Smith, Brendan Dew, Hunter Jordan, Coach Rodney Smith, Tripp Taylor, Bryson Wood,
Tanner Peacock and COrach -Keith Peacock:



Law expands protection



for panhandle wetlands


Governor Jeb Bush joined
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection
(DEP) Secretary Colleen. M
Castille this week to mark
expanded protection for pan-
handle wetlands. The,
Governor signed House Bill
7163 into law last week, cre-
ating an Environmental
Resource Permitting (ERP)
program in Northwest Florida
for the first time, but high-
lighted the importance of
Stronger wetland protection
rules today at a ceremonial
bill signing event.
The program, which will be
implemented by the
Department of
Environmental Protection
(DEP) and Northwest Florida
Water Management District.
expands protection for wet-
lands, waterways and wildlife
habitat across the Panhandle
while; allowing the regional
economy to grow.
"This is an historic
moment for both the people
and the environment of
Northwest Florida," said DEP
Secretary Colleen M. Castille.
"Including the region in the
statewide program will pre-
serve wetlands, improve.-
stormwater management and ,
flood control and better pro-
tect some of the most pristine
rivers, estuaries and streams
in the state."
In effect throughout the
rest of the state for the last
decade, the ERP program'
addresses activities such as
the dredging of .navigation
channels, filling wetlands,
urban and residential devel-
opment, highway construc-
tion and installation of docks
and seawalls. The program
manages stormwater' dis-
charges, reduces or prevents
off-site flooding, oversees
construction activities affect-
ing wetlands and other sur-.
face waters, including isolat-
ed wetlands, and conserves
and enhances productive
wetland habitat through mit-
igation.
The first phase of the pro-
gram will update stormwater
rules and practices in 2007
to protect water quality and
reduce flooding. Phase Two,
to be implemented after
January 1, 2008, will


improve protection for wet-
lands connected to other sur-
face waters and isolated wet-
lands not previously protect-
ed in Northwest Florida by
state law. Over the past five
years, the DEP and the
state's Water Management
Districts have successfully
.managed the creation of
15,000 acres of new wetlands
through, mitigation. More.
than 111,000 acres of wet-
lands, were preserved and
35,000 acres were enhanced
through the state's ERP pro-
granm.
In addition to Florida's
en\irornmental permittingn
programs. the State is con-,
serving iwetands and wildlife
habitat by acquiring environ-
mentall sensitive land.
Since 1999, more than 1.2
million acres of natural land -
including 191,000 acres in
the Panhandle -- have been
placed in public ownership
through Florida Forever and
its predecessor: program,
Preservation 2000.


Established by Governor
Bush and the Florida
Legislature, the 10-year, $3
billion Florida Forever pro-
gram is the largest land buy-
ing initiative in the nation.
For more information, visit
www.floridadep.org.


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The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission is seeking public
input on Phase 2 of its listing
process, prior to reclassifica-
tion of the bald eagle, gopher
tortoise, Florida manatee and
Panama City crayfish.
Phase 2 is development of
species-specific management
plans that outline manage-
ment needs and protections
necessary to guide species'
recovery, or in the case of the
bald eagle, ensure it stays
recovered. This process was
set in motion at the June
Commission meeting after
FWC Commissioners voted to
accept staffs recommenda-
tions to move forward with
reclassifying the four species.
The peer-reviewed recom-
mendations were based on
each species' risk of going
extinct.
Local, county, state and
federal agencies, stakehold-
ers and the public are
encouraged to submit written
comments on managing each
of these species. Comments
must be received by 5 p.m.,
Aug. 8.
Comments should focus
on topics outlined in the draft
management plan template,
available at MyFWC.com/
imperiledspecies/mgt_plan_t .
emplate.htm. Send com-
ments for each species to:
Bald Eagle Bald Eagle
Management Plan
Comments, DHSC, Florida
Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission,
620 South Meridian St., Mail
Station 10, Tallahassee, FL
32399-1600
Gopher Tortoise Gopher
Tortoise Management Plan
Comments, DHSC, Florida
Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission,
620 South Meridian St., Mail
Station 10, Tallahassee, FL
32399-1600
Florida Manatee
Manatee Management Plan
Comments, DHSC, Florida
Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission,
620 South Meridian St., Mail
Station 6A, Tallahassee, FL
32399-1600 or e-mail mana-
tee_plan@myfwc.com.
Panama City Crayfish -


Panama City
Management
Comments, DHSC,
Fish and


Crayfish Conservation Commission,
Plan 620 South Meridian St., Mail
Florida Station 10, Tallahassee, FL
Wildlife 32399-1600


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i Terrell Yon: An American hero


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

Most people in Calhoun
County, at some point or
another, have had dealings
with Terrell Yon. Maybe he
sold you real estate, cheered
alongside you for the Florida
Gators or, if you had too
much fun, even bailed you
out of jail.
S But long before he was a
businessman, sports fan,
and bail bondsman, Terrell
was an American soldier.
A humble man, Terrell is
not shy about sharing his
love for the Lord with anyone.
However, he rarely speaks of
his days as a fighter pilot in
World War II...a time when he
selflessly put his life on the
line for our country. The
exception to that rule came
Friday morning when I sat
down in his living room and
asked him to tell me about
his Air Force service.
S Although he won't say
what year, Terrell was born to
James William "Bill" and
Lillie Mae Yon. He and his
younger brother, Bill, grew
up in Blountstown. During
his days at Blountstown High
School, one of Terrell's best
friends was Bill Tom
McClellan, and the two
played for the Tiger baseball
team. After graduation, they
both headed for Gainesville to
the University of Florida.
"My freshman year in col-
lege, [Bill Tom] led me to
Jesus Christ," Terrell
recalled. "We joined the First
Baptist Church in
Gainesville."
For the next few years,
Terrell studied agriculture
and business. "I was kind of
a jack of all trades," he said
with a smile. But his plans to
enter the working world were
soon put on hold. "After Pearl
Harbor in December of '41, in
January they had recruited a
bunch of us from the univer-
sity. We signed up for the Air
Force." However, his friend
Bill Tom didn't join at the
time and was back in
Blountstown starting a fami-
S ly. He soon became the father
of a boy and girl, Tommy and
S Debbie.
Terrell', life \\as headed in
a completely different',:direc-
tion as his best friend's. He
spent the bulk of 1942 in
flight school, something he
never imagined doing.
"Before I went into the Air
Force, they had a circus here'
in town," he remarked. "I was
on the ferris wheel and got
stuck on top. It shook arid I
got sick, so I wondered if I
could [fly a planel"
I By September of 1942; he-
was out of flight school and,
just a few weeks later, found
himself on board a freighter
\with 10 other pilots. their
planes, crew, and supplies.
leaving the New Jersey coast
bound for England. "We were


with a convoy, but we were
faster and the second day we
left them," said Terrell. "Then
we were torpedoed by a
German submarine."
During the chaos, Terrell
jumped overboard and
missed the lifeboat, but held
up a flashlight and was
picked up by one of the oth-
ers who escaped. "We had
four life rafts and stayed out
there a week and a half," he
recalled. "We didn't want any-
thing to eat, we just wanted
water. We were finally picked
up by an American freighter.
We had been on the life rafts
so long, we got on deck and
couldn't walk."
The pilots and crew
regained their strength and
finally made it to Liverpool,
England. Terrell was
assigned to the 52nd Fighter
Group where he met Capt.
Freddy Jones of Mobile,
Alabama, who would become
a lifelong friend and train him
in flying British Spitfires in
combat. "He taught me how
to fly that thing and invade
enemy aircraft," said Terrell.
"I shot down three enemy air-
craft in Africa and another
one in Corsica."
The Corsica attack
occurred when Terrell was off
duty one morning when the
enemy approached and
began firing. "I scrambled off
*base and my buddy, Freddy
Jones, was in the control
tower. I couldn't catch that
guy and Freddy told me to
drop my 'belly tank' or extra
fuel, so I did. When I dropped
that thing, the plane light-
ened and I caught him and
shot him down over the
Mediterranean." During the
exchange, Terrell was shot in
his leg, but quickly recov-
ered.
On another occasion after
the.invasion of Italy, Terrell
had a personal encounter
with an enemy soldier. "We
were on patrol and I shot a
plane down," he said. 'The
plane caught on fire, hit the
ground, and the pilot bailed
out. It was near one of our
medical tents." One of
Terrell's inends spoke fluent
German and decided they
should go over to the tent and
-.bee..if..he was there. ':He \\a
bandaged tip and aill \ could
see was his'eyes." At first. he'
seemed uninterested in their
conversation, until Terrell's
friend pointed' out the man
who shot him down. "He sat
up, looked me up and down,
and stuck out his hand,"
Terrell remarked. "That's the
way war is...we don't know
why we're killing people. Big
w igs start the war and the lit-
tle ones like us are over there
doing the killing."
On 'another mission,
Terrell had to make a crash
landing. "We decided to go
out as, a group ard escort a
bomber to keep the enemy
aircraft off them," he


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Terrell to an American out-
I osnt andl they were rewarded


TERRELL YON won several awards
in World War II, including the
Purple Heart and the Croix de
Guere French medal.
explained. "We were jumped
by German planes and all of
us got separated. I happened
to shoot one down and when
I started home, nobody was
around. My fuel was low and
base was about 100 miles
away and I was scared I
couldn't make it."
Terrell spotted a corn
patch and made a crash
landing. After he hit the
ground, he was approached
by Arabs. "We had a card
signed by Franklin Delano
Roosevelt printed in their lan-
guage that said, 'If this air-
man gets in trouble, you take
him to allied forces and you'll
get a reward.' I gave them the
card, they read it, and we got
on donkeys."
After a few stops in nearby
villages, the Arabs delivered


with two of their favorite
items: mattress covers and
chocolate candy.
Terrell was no stranger to
loss of life in the war, but one
of the hardest to endure was
the death of his best friend,
Bill Tom.
"He got in late," Terrell
remarked. "His daddy kept
him out and he told him one
day, 'Daddy, all my buddies
are gone and I'm not staying
here any longer.'" Bill Tom
joined the infantry and was
wounded in the Battle of the
Bulge in Belgium.
"Americans were retreating
and he froze to death while
they were waiting to pick him
up," said Terrell. "He was a
good man and a great ath-
lete."
Before returning home,
Terrell was awarded the
Distinguished Flying Cross
with three oak leaf clusters;
the Air Medal with five oak
leaf clusters; the Purple
Heart; and the Croix de
Guere, a French medal equiv-
alent to the Silver Star.
Home on leave, he met the
love of his life, Norma
Eubanks. They soon wed and
raised three children. l nny.
Terry, and Nancy. i He
remained on active duty for
another 12 years, then joined
Reserves and the National
Guard, retiring in 1979.
The Yons will soon be
donating a book to ,, the
Calhoun County Public
Library about the war that
mentions several of Terrell's
acts of bravery.
He truly is an American
hero.


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Chipola courses set


Blountstown FFA's Forestry Team was recognized at the convention for winning first in the state
earlier this year. Pictured (from left) are Brady Revels (State FFA President), Mr. Ron Mears
(Blountstown FFA Advisor), Nic Stoltzfus, Max Herndon, Jennie Fagen, and Will Leonard.

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Compete at state


BY HAILEY MORAVEK
Blountstown FFA Reporter
The Blountstown FFA
chapter started their summer
out with a bang by heading
down to Orlando to attend
the 78th Annual Florida FFA
State Convention June 5-9.
Blountstown participated
four Career Developmental
Events ranging from Public
Speaking to Creed and Ag
Mechanics to Parliamentary
Procedure.
Representing us' in Public
Speaking was Will Leonard,
while Katrina Messer showed
her stuff in the Creed
Speaking competition. The
Ag Mechanics team consisted
of Jennie Fagen, Joe Daniels,
Steve Sanchez and Kyle
McAlpin, while Daniel
Leonard, Hailey Moravek,
Jacob Guilford, Trevor
Williams, Lauren Davis and
Emily Davis made up the
Parliamentary Procedure
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came back with many memo-
ries and experiences that will
last a lifetime! '
We would like to thank the
adults that took time out of
their summer to come and
support us: Mrs. Heather
Leonard, Mrs. Sue Leonard
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Dan Leonard, and Hailey Moravek.


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Posing for a photo after the pageant are queens Robvn Parrish-HilI (Director Ms Wlregr.ss Angel).
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CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR
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proposals from qualified individuals or firms
to provide Architectural designs for a Police
Department for the City of Blountstown.
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VICES,: must be received by 4:00 P.M.,
C.S.T. on Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at City
Hall, Attention: Mr. Jimmy Hand, City
IT I .,C..r L r.'iLO..... ir,. :i l C.r..-lrsi ,.%
'esi.,. i,:,.i iO.''. .r.:. : :2i 4
.The City .i' &i:-i .. .- r-.. ; i the right
to reject any or all proposals, to waive any
iri :.in-, 'ir..:. or irregularities in the propos-
I p.-r:-..i and to award contracts) in the
best interest of the City.
EQUAL, OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, FAIR-
HOUSING, HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE JURIS-
DICTION.
June 22, 29, July 5, 2006

Legal Notice
INVITATION TO BID
SNotice is hereby given that sealed bid pro-
io: -il will be received by the Calhoun
1*'..ir.r, Board of County Commissioners
.1?. !:30 P.M. (CDT), Wednesday, July 5,
'il'.-i for the following items to be pur-
chased by said Board, for and on behalf of
qalhoun County, Florida. Bids will be
opened and read aloud at 2:00 P.M. (CDT),
oi as soon thereafter as practical on that
d.te. .
IWO (2) 3/4 Ton Trucks with Crew Cabs
..u.:,j.-.n_ may be 'picked up at the
1lhoun County Emergency Management
Office, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room G-
40 (located in the basement of the
Courthouse), Blountstown, Florida, during
riormal working hours. Bidders must show
their bids the total price of the truck. All
prices F.O.B.. Calhoun County,
Blountstowh, FL 32424.
Each bidder must furnish detailed specifica-
tions with their bid.
Each bidder must state the condition of and
period of warranty on their bid.
Any deviation from the specifications shall
be clearly noted and marked.
P1oposals must be clearly labeled on the
u el.,: E J ...n -I Ton Truck."
IrnT.r. ii Il l- ., irm thirty (30) days of
gul -:r t r..J r: .-,ipi of invoice.
Address all bids to the Calhoun County
4Board of. Commissioners, Clerk of Court,
20ir'-' Central Avenue East, Room 130,
*-i,, Ft-l
ib purchaser is exempt from payment of
i-friil Excise Tax and Florida Sales Tax.'
ail a.-: mu-i not be included in the bid

iTrne ,alnr..urn ,'unr, B...,ir of County
i:,iii :.- ir. -reeri: u-i.e right to waive
h u:'i:.r iiiI:: ic :,nm i,.,:i.j ,:. *i. i:,r .,, .:
r, r[ ian., i-r all tid o:r r. .,i. or iii ,-p r lib
Id-I :i ll3 jn ': i .:. >.-:Cepr Im t01I.:! Winr I..
ricir lu.-a.g m r:l .1ii -0. I.rr. t.. st interest of
C. o un L "'..- a r, il :." h-a' : a '., qru. I.i :_
plka-e : ill DC .:.n n, bi,j -, at ir 1'!
6f4-8075.
07, June 21,28,2006


Legal Notice
"*NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED

1 ITOTICE HEiEBY GIVEN THAT Denzel
D~chker, nlr: n :.i : r of the following certifi-
.:4r ah ilJe.3 a.i certificate for a tax deed
lt cD.. iu r1.3 Lr,:h' -n. The certificate num-
ber and.j .r of issuance, the description of
--it pr.:.pe and the names in which it was
a.se -:.., are as follows:
(tr.il i,:e i No. 384 Year of
Ituance 1999
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Tract 6,
Bock'"D", Tallahassee 2 1/2 Acre Estates,
agcordirig tot he'Official Plat thereof, filed for
record on the 12th day of October 1961 and
Sreorded in Plat Book No. 1, on P age 55, in
t deed records of said Calhoun County,
FJerida
S *NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Philler Lee
S ad Charity Johnson, 1502 Michigan Ave.,
Lnn Haven. Fl 32444.
Said Property being the County of CAL-
S HttL', STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such
cg uil :,re shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such certifl-
*'
- .


NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Denzel
Dockery, the holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed
to be issued thereon. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 338 Year of
Issuance: 1999
DESCRIPTION OF P-.-i..:.FT L.:.l
Block 10, Lake M.: r-..,i,- I-I,:..-.i
Subdivision according to 'ii1:l r lai l i.r.
of filed for record on i'r. .ir' .1 .:.
September 1961 and rec.-.r:-:.1i F lir IR-. .:
No. 1 on Page 52 in the -..:. F--.:.r.:i .:.l it..
said Calhoun County, Flcr,.:la
NAME IN WHICH ASSE'- t r : 'l .l~ m E i
Conrad. 5100 Fillmort .1.- b8:. .- I
Alexandria, VA 22311
Said Property being t: :.. u-, .1 ,:..L.1
HOUN. STATE OF FLORIrJ,, i.,i i,...:r,
certificate shall be redemin-1 .1:...riih I.:,
law the property describt-e. n -.r.:i. : ..ii,l
cate shall be SOLD to th-: nr. :.' ii: :I
the Courthouse door c-i r. i- "i,,
-August, 2006, at 10:00 .-, i I T



Legal Notice
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GE ilJ il-i.-.T '.:-....
Dockery, the holder of th-e ii.:. ... ,....nIl
cate has filed said certifi..; .- -i.-. i .-a.:--
to be issued thereon. T-.. .:..- illi. :aI : i.i-,
be. and year of issuance Trn.= ,-l .:-F ......I. .
Irlr p.'**[, f r, a,,:t r: A II r IO i ,:1", nI :1
.- iri, -d arC 1- I:.41, .."1
,:iU[Ii .. .-h 4 ,Yez i :.l [ u -i ... l:*:
DESCRIPTION OF P.,.-.(Fi-L I' L..i
Commence at a 6 inch sq., ir: ,:..r. r re -..'...
,ument marking the So.rnean : am.ir
Section 35, Township 1 li.:rri F 1ir.1e i
West. Calhoun County, fil:-n.:rila iri rin
thence North 89 degrees 2 mrine.. :, .
onds West along the souil...rl, Lt..:-r. ir,
said Section 35, a distar,- .-.i !i-i I .-r
to the Southeast Corner iol uir. -i', i-i:,l :I
the Southeast Quarter -:.r: r. :i, ir., -
Quarter of the Southeai, ,-uirri- .:.i : ,i
Section 35; thence North '1: .- :;i -"i mr-
utes 28 seconds'West 12-'4 79 i .. .. I. i.
POINT OF BEGINNING. Fr.m j. F,.,iti
OF BEGINNING, thence ,..:.ri. r,,. [i.:.,r. ,:,'
degrees 28 minutes 28 se:.:nnli ..:; .- ?- i :
feet; thence North 89 deg: .:f 34 mi-rr,.-r : "
seconds West 333.20 fe-r ThEi F .:E r.:1
00 degrees 38 minutes :"6 i-::r.31 i.:r
133.06 feet; THENCE Sc-,n i .J4-i.- 4
minutes 05 seconds Eas: 33 '--3 i,..i rn:
POINT OF BEGINNING. :.:.ri ini, -.i i
acres, more or less
NAME.IN WHICH AZ'-5EiS'-E. r.l, ;.r
Mobile Homes, P.O. Box 24'5- i'ill l i.- -
FL 12; iL.-24`::.5
Said Property being ti.: :..:unl .:l :i '.L-
HOUN, STATE OF FLORi ,-. i-.irI-: u..nr
certificate shall be rede,..nmei ac:.:-:r.:lin I.:
law the property descrit-.e in :u..r. n .-tiin.
cate shall be SOLD to the. riL-ne r c il.l1-.r
the Courthouse door' 'c. Irn .JI'' -, :1
.August, 2006, at 10:00 A rA 1 IT



Legal Notice
*NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERM r
Notice is hereby given ,it t fur.iljnr i.
Chapter 373, Florida Sta. ui-e tl- Ioll.:. ilr
application for water us e r.-:rm nri 1 e-:
received by the Northv e.. Ft.-rld-i 'A',-
Management District:
Application number il'.-2 ilI.J
06/07/2006
Joseph Tillman, 19018 I i E i BiiirllI.
Road. Altha, FL 32421
Requesting, a maximum irndra al :-.
1,008,000.gallons per da', 'r-. ri unrir..i.:.
tributary of :Thomas r.liil i.-:,L.. ,:.,r
Agricultural Irrigation u;e :, nar, ..iir i
facility.
General withdrawal loc au.:rn in air.,:.-,
County; T02N, R09W, Se.: I '2
Application' number I1 672 l nle-
.36/07/2006
'Joseph Tlllman, 19018 IE BE B[cii..-i
R-;-:.A,d .-lr,L FL32421 -
Requesting a maximum ui'lh.rir.l .I
,1,008,000 gallons per da-, i,.:-m trtL-raib :,f
Graves Cree:-: ,,J ,Iie f:.n F --n.r- .-.qur i:.r-
Agricultural irmaii .:n b, Ir. in e.i iin
facility,
General -withdiawal 1.j: l I.n -:ail..-un
County: T02N, R09W, Se I i4A
.Appli.:ai.-.r. number l:6-.34 III.:l
Mark Daryl Peacock, 27 C3 F r .
SAltha, FL 32421
.Requesting a maximum ctf' I <,: filjl-.r,-
per day from the Floridin rq, uiei- arn. ani
impoundment for Agriculrural irigtil.:in u e
by an existing facility.
General withdrawal loc ,i-ari in C aLr.'iur.
County: T02N,RO09W, 8c 3 r2rj F .w'
Sec. 3
Interested persons m ., :.b|l.cr I.:, i,:. com.
ment upon the appllcallirr. .:r.. ubrrnm a
written request for a co :ps II r..- all irp: -ic
containing proposed agency a,:tJ.:.n rear
ing the application by wriinr I n-. t C,- Li--in
of Resource Regulation :-t thi NH:,' nh.e-r
Florida Whter Managem-en Duilsnit ait,-:rc
tion Terri Peterson, 152 \\'ler l.lIranem.-i
Drive. Havana. Florida 231-3. .o70o but
such comments or requIr-s musi te
received by 5 o'clock p.m .:.r Jul i 2 2I.i2.6
No further public notl.:e ill t pir.:..-l, .:
regarding this applicatio:.n public ucn ofi
this notice constitutes conrc.is.rncu nr..-tle .:
this.permit application Ic.o all ur.stlrIti.l.
affected persons. A cop., i r,- -.e [iarl ref,:,n
must be requested In ,:-rder ,-0 remain
advised of further proceealrng au,id anr, p-ut,.
lic hearing date. Substarniall illECied p.,r
sons are entitled to reque-l an .,dmminisrj-


M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS will dis-
pose of contents of the following unit on
Friday, July 7. 2006.. The unit is believed to
contain household and/or personal proper-
ty.
Unit #38S Ricky Mayo
Unit #9N Randy Barfield
Unit #35N Kevin & Kay Morgan
Unit #46N Donna Connelly


Legal Notice


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* Old House & Barn
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* Down Tree Moving
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Williams Home Improvements
Serving Calhoun County Since 1990 --
NO MNONEIV
"No Job Too Big or Small" -
CONCRETE WORK ARONT
LANDSCAPING UO
PRESSURECLEANING COMPLETION
CERAMIC TILE HONEST DEPENDABLE
SEAMLESS GUTTERS FREE ESTIMATES
PAINTING
SCREEN ENCLOSURES
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SLMARINE ELECTRONICS
BOAT CARPETING
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Mji',,' t .4LALMOST ANYTHINGG 12 IOL T
CaO' Owner: Mathew Laofield


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19320 SR 20 West, Blountstown, FL 32424


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(1) storage unit from Blountstown at R & R
Warehouses in Blountstown at 19382 SR 20
W. (850) 674-5478.
The unit is believed to contain household
and/or personal property of the following
tenants:
Brandon Corrente
All units not paid in full by this date will
be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUC-
TION!!
June 28: July 5. 2006


Legal Notice
CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE
PROJECT #14.085
FEMA-FL-DR 1545/DR1595 PACKAGE 2
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS

See LEGALS, page 12


James Grover Realtor
850-762-2400 OFFICE
L[ 850-674-9572 HOME IE
850-899-0979 CELL
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Florida Panhandle Properties
16124 N\\ Hanna Toner Rd.. Altha. FI 32424


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Mtke Purvis. Owner


LICENSED DRILLERS
SALES & REPAIRS


1674-89-42


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SBusiness!!


KEN GODWIN


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3e r.'-,rn ih. ,4r., Fo.r Ii )e ar.
Full Tm QtHi,:. jnmd Se ,-l. O rrmenr
211 Depot Ave. Blountstown, Fla.


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-,* MIANIrOWOC Ice Machiner
Mo HOSCHIZAKI Ice Machine:



AND REFRIGERATION
Autos Homes Heating & Cooling
Sales and Service of Ice Machines & Cold Storage
HWY. 20 WEST -- BLOUNTSTOWN. FLA
674-8538 OR 674-8634
George While. OwnerOper3lor
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Fair Housing Notice and Workshop

For Government Officials

and the General Public


The local government of the City of Blountstown is dedicated
to fair housing principles. Fair housing is a concept that
everyone has the right to obtain housing without discrimination.
The above named jurisdictions officially adopted a Fair
Housing Ordinance, which prohibits discrimination in housing
because of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex,
handicap, and familial status. This ordinance covers most
housing related activities such as real estate sale, advertising,
bank transactions, mortgages, rentals, and any similar activity,
which may deal with persons seeking housing.


The City of Blountstown has developed an education program
to inform residents and other appropriate persons regarding
affordable and fair housing opportunities.


A fair housing training session will be conducted on
Thursday, July 6, 2006, at 6:00 p.m. C.T. at the City of
Blountstown Council Meeting Room, 17262 NW Angle Street,
Blountstown, Florida, 32424. The session is open to all
interested persons. For more information, contact Jimmy W.
Hand at City of Blountstown City Hall at (850) 674-5488.


The public is invited and urged to attend.


This public session is being held in a handicap accessible
location. Persons needing an interpreter for hearing, vision, or
language impairment, or persons needing special
accommodation due to handicap, should contact the office
noted above at least three calendar days prior to the meeting.


The City of Blountstown is a Fair Housing, Equal Opportunity,
and Handicap Responsive Jurisdiction.
June 28, 2006
I i IIi


NOTICE OF A FAIR HOUSING

INFORMATION WORKSHOP

Dear Calhoun County Realtors and Lenders,
Calhoun County, the City of Blountstown and the Town of Altha are all Fair Housing Communities
with ordinances approved and passed to demonstrate their commitment to the principals of Fair
Housing opportunities for all.
From time to time, and at least annually, these communities are committed also to providing
training opportunities that will focus on some aspect of fair housing history, policies, practices,
etc, that may affect your job responsibilities as realtors and lenders.
This year's workshop is sponsored by the Apalachee Regional Planning Council on behalf of the
Town of Altha, the City of Blountstown and Calhoun County in support of their various community
development activities.
WHERE: '- The Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce building located at 20816 Central
Avenue East, (across from the Court House).
WHEN: July 6th at 9:00 am CST and will not take more than an hour of your busy time.
We hope that you and your office associates will take
the opportunity to come by and take advantage of this opportunity.
OPPORTUNITY


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The County Record, JUNE 28, 2006, Page 11


CALHOUN COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
JUNE 6, 2006

PRESENT AND ACTING:
WILLIE T. GRANT, CHAIR-
MAN
EARL HUNT, VICE-CHAIR-
MAN
DANNY RAY WISE
JIM PICKRON
JERAL HALL, SR.
ROMAN WOOD, DEPUTY
MATT FUQUA, ATTORNEY
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
CLERK
JANICE HOLLEY, DEPUTY
CLERK

The meeting was called to
order by Deputy Wood, with
prayer and pledge of alle-
giance to the flag led by
Commissioner Pickron.

BIDS
The Weatherization bids
were opened by Attorney
Fuqua as follows:

R. Abbott
JOE WEBB: $2,480.00
CASTLEBERRY:
$2,620.00
R. Freeman
JOE WEBB: $2,740.00
CASTLEBERRY:
$2,680.00
C. Goodwin
JOE WEBB: $4,868.00
CASTLEBERRY:
$4,855.00
K. Engram
JOE WEBB: $4,970.00
CASTLEBERRY:
$5,165.00

After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve low bid per
house, per contractor on the
Abbott and Engram houses
and for Weatherization
Coordinator, Faye Bailey was
instructed by the Board to
negotiate with the contrac-
tors to bring their bid price
within the 20% range on the
Freeman and Goodwin hous-
es.
The cardboard bid was
opened by Attorney Fuqua as
follows:

LINN PAPER STOCK COM-
PANY: $95.00 PER TON

Mr. O'Bryan recommended
to the- Board to accept the
one and only bid from Linn
Paper Stock Company, and
after discussion, a motion
.was made by Commissioner
Hall, seconded by
Commissioner Hunt and car-
ried to award the cardboard
bid to' Linn Paper Stock
Company for 895.00 per ton.
The FEMA FL DR-
1545/1595 Package 1 bids
were opened as follows:
Glenn T. Warren &
Company: $1,085,629.86
Gulf Coast Utilities
Contractors: $1,510,865.25
North Florida
Construction, Inc.:
$1,166,968.25
Carter's Contracting:
$1,083,319.00
SMr. O'Bryan recommended
. to the Board to award low bid
.to Carter's Contracting and
after -discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to accept low bid from'
Carter's Contracting for
$1,083,319.00.

The Scotts Ferry VFD well
bid was opened as follows:'
CAPPS AND SON:
$12,995.00
HAYES AND SON:
$12,000.00

After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Pickron, seconded by
Commissioner Hunt and car-
ried to award; low bid to
Hayes and Son Well Drilling
for $12,000.00.
Mr. O'Bryan discussed
with the Board the fire
hydrants at Bailey Landing.

MAXIE WALDORFF, IDA


BOARD
Mr. Waldorff presented to
the Board for approval and
execution a Joint
Participation Agreement
between the State of Florida
Department of
Transportation (DOT) and
Calhoun County to purchase
a mower for the Ag-Park for
$5,999.00. After discussion,
a motion was made by
Commissioner Wise, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to approve and exe-
cute said Joint Participation
Agreement.
Mr. Waldorff presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Resolution 2006-
03 allowing Commissioner
Pickron to execute all docu-
ments pertaining to the above
Joint Participation
Agreement.

TIM JENKS, MAINTE-
NANCE DEPARTMENT
UPDATE
Mr. Jenks stated that his
Department had replaced
1,000 ft. of water lines in
Kinard. He stated that the
Pavilion at Cooper's Park was
complete. Commissioner Hall
thanked Tim for a job well
done.

BILL ADKINS, ROAD
DEPARTMENT UPDATE
Mr. Adkins stated that his
Department is rocking roads,
hauling dirt and cleaning
ditches.
The Board discussed with
Mr. Adkins C.W. Roberts
Contracting, Inc. hauling fill
dirt to the Ag-Park from
Watson pit. Mr. O'Bryan rec-
ommended that the Board
support C.W. Roberts
Contracting, Inc. in hauling
fill dirt to the Ag-Park. He
stated that the Road
Department is keeping up
with the loads hauled to the
Ag-Park.

DON A. O'BRYAN, EMER-
GENCY
MANAGEMENT/GRANTS
'UPDATE
Mr. O'Bryan introduced to
the Board Mr. Bob Goree
from the National Weather
Service. Mr. Goree thanked
the Board for their support
and praised Mr. 0 Br\an and
his staff for a great job in'
storm preparation in
Calhoun County.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution the Abe
Springs/Bull- Head Bay
Road C.I.G.P. Agreement and
Notice of Award with C.W.
Roberts Contracting, Inc. on
Abe Springs/Bull Head Bay
Road Project for
$2,086,753.19 funded
through the County Incentive
Program (CIGP). After discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Hall. seconded
by Commissioner Hunt and
carried to -approve and exe-
cute Notice of Award and
Agreement contingent upon
Mr. O'Bryan negotiating with
C.W. Roberts Contracting,
Inc. within budget.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution the Notice of Award
and Agreement to C.W.
Roberts Contracting, Inc. on
Mason Road for
$1,181,691.30 funded
through the County Incentive
Program (CIGP). After dis-
cussioh, a motion was, made
by Commissioner Wise, sec-
onded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to approve and
execute the Notice of Award
and Agreement ,to C. W.
Roberts contracting, Inc.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Natural Resources
Conservation Service
Emergency watershed
Protection (NRCS EWP)
Amendment # 3 to Agreement
# 69-4209-5-1750 with a new
completion date of July 17,
2006. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to approve and exe-
cute NRCS EWP Amendment
# 3.


Congressman Boyd


-duce a clean audit. This leg-
islation would require the
Senate'to hold reconfirma-
tion hearings on any
Cabinet-level official whose
agency cannot fully account
for its spending within a two
year period. Our own per-
sonal businesses cannot get
away with careless account-
ing practices, and it is time
for our federal agencies to be
held to these same stan-
dards.
It is no wonder Americans
have, shown an increasing
distrust of their federal gov-
ernment-its leaders are


unable to account for their
tax dollars, and these leaders
are not punished. To restore
and uphold the people's
trust, I believe we need
strong enforcement meas-
ures to make Congress and
the federal government more
accountable for taxpayer dol-
lars. The American people
should not be footing the
bills for our federal govern-
ment's fiscal mismanage-
ment. I hope the American
people will demand more
from their government and
join me in saying that
enough is enough.


Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Contract Change
Order #1 to Carter's
Contracting, Inc. for a
decrease of $119,146.25 and
a 30 day time increase on
NRCS EWP-D.S.R. CA-011M
C.R. 1 Road Project. After dis-
cussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Pickron,
seconded by Commissioner
Hall and carried to approve
Contract Change Order # 1.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Contract Change
Order # 1 to Carter's
Contracting Services, Inc. for
a 30 day time extension on
NRCS- EWP-D.S.R. CA-010M
Melvin New Grade Road
Project. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Hall, seconded
by Commissioner Hunt and
carried to approve and exe-
cute Contract Change Order
#1.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Contract Change
Order #1 to Panhandle
Construction, Inc. for a 14
day time extension NRCS
EWP-D.S.R. CA-008M Turkey
Pen Pond Road Project. After
discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hall,
seconded by Commissioner
Hunt and carried to approve
Contract Change Order #1.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for inform the
advertisement for Grant
Services Proposals for the fol-
lowing:
A. All new
Emergency/Disaster grants
(FEMA, CDBG,etc.) for FY
2 0 0 6 2 0 0 7
Disasters/Emergencies,
B. Florida Small Cities
Economic Development
CDBG(s) for FY 2006-2007,
C. Neighborhood
Revitalization CDBG category
for FY 2006-2007,
D. Other grants for which
the Board may choose to
apply.
After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to advertise for the above


Grant Service Proposals.
Mr. O'Bryan recommended
to the Board to appoint Angie
Smith, Don A.(Sonny)
O'Bryan, Ruth W. Attaway,
Kathy Stewart and Chairman
Grant to review the Grant
Service Proposals and make a
recommendation to the
Board at the June 20, 2006
Board Meeting.
After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Pickron, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to advertise for Grant
Service Proposals and make a
recommendation at the June
20, 2006 Board Meeting.
Mr. O'Bryan stated that
his vacation would start June
19, 2006 through June 23,
2006.
Mr. O'Bryan stated that
Mr. Mack Waters with the
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) asked
that the Board define Chason
boundaries on SR 73 North
by Resolution. After discus-
sion the Board asked
Commissioner Hall to contact
Attorney Fuqua to prepared a
Resolution for FDOT.
Mr. O'Bryan discussed
with the Board problems on
Laramore Road. He stated
that the trees and grass
should be cut on the road
shoulders. He stated that a
3-way stop should be placed
at the intersection of
Laramore and Hamilton
Springs Road. After discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Hall, seconded
by Commissioner Pickron
and carried to place a 3-way
stop at the above described
roads. Commissioner Hunt
voted no.
Mr. O'Bryan discussed
with the Board a need for a
pavement ends sign and a
reduce speed sign to be
placed at the North end of
C.R. 69-A After discussion,
a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to place the signs at
the North end of C.R. 69-A.
Mr. O'Bryan stated that
his staff had reviewed the
bids on FEMA -FL-DR
1545/DR1595-Package land


discovered a calculation error
in Carter's Contracting
Services total bid making it
the second lowest bid at
$1,100,819.00. He recom-
mended to the Board to
rescind the motion awarding
the bid to Carter's
Contracting, Inc. After dis-
cussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Hunt, sec-
onded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to rescind the
motion awarding the FEMA-
FL-DR 1545/DR1595
Package 1 to Carter's
Contracting, Inc. After more
discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to accept low bid from
Glenn T. Warren & Company
for $1,085,629.86.
Mr. O'Bryan discussed
with Commissioner Wise the
comments made at a previ-
ous Board Meeting concern-
ing County staff. Mr. Wise
assured Mr. O'Bryan that he
was not singling him out and
stated he had no intension of
singling anyone out. Mr.
Wise apologized to Mr.
O'Bryan.
The Board discussed with
Mr. O'Bryan striping on
County Roads.

ATTORNEY FUQUA
Attorney Fuqua stated
that he met with Rural
Development on the Magnolia
Volunteer Fire Department
Grant.
Attorney Fuqua updated
the Board on the Cochran
Law Suite.

CLERK ATTAWAY
Clerk Attaway presented
to the Board a letter from
Chipola Workforce
Development Board, Inc.
requesting that they re-
appoint Janice Sumner and
Rita Maupin to serve 3 years
on the Chipola Workforce
Development. Board, Inc.
After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Hunt, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to re-appoint Janice
Sumner and Rita Maupin to
the Board.


Clerk Attaway stated that
at the May 16, 2006 Board
Meeting the Board requested
a copy of County Ordinance
# 97-02 Prohibiting the
consumption of alcoholic
beverages or the possession
of open containers thereof at
certain public recreation
areas in Calhoun County',
Florida. After discussion, the
Board asked Clerk Attaway to
have signs prepared stating
the following:
Calhoun County, Florida
Ordinance # 97-02 prohibits
the consumption of alcoholic
beverages or possession of an
open container of alcoholic
beverages on any public
property or within 750' of

same.

COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise asked
the Board to think about
building a County Building at
the Ag-Park in Calhoun
County. He also, requested
that the Board consider a
Dog Ordinance in the
County.
There being no further
business, the Board did
adjourn.

ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
CLERK
WILLIE T. GRANT,
CHAIRMAN







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Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Motel meth lab

investigation leads

to woman's arrest

A Marianna woman was
arrested last Wednesday fol-
lowing an investigation into a
meth lab operation at a local
motel.
Crystal Deneen Childs, 26,
was charged with manufac-
ture of meth and possession
of listed chemicals.
According to Inv. Michael
Bryant of the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, infor-
mation was received May 27
about a possible clandestine
methamphetamine lab being
operated at the Airport Motel
in Blountstown.

Childs was contacted and
granted consent to search
her motel room. Investigators
discovered several items used
in the manufacture of meth,
including a coffee filter con-
taining red phosphorus, a
glass vial of iodine crystals,
burnt tin foil, ephedrine,
muriatic acid, camp fuel, ace-
tone, match striker plates,
Drano, and denatured alco-
hol. Meth was also located.
A warrant was issued for
Childs' arrest and she was
booked into the Calhoun
County Jail June 21.


A driver pulled over speed-
ing ended up behind bars
after being caught with an
estimated 58 grams of mari-
juana.
Kendrick Tremain Larry,
24, was charged with posses-
sion of more than 20 grams
of marijuana and drug para-
phernalia.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Eddie Dalton was eastbound
on SR 20 last Wednesday
morning just after 8:30 a.m.
when he pulled Larry over for
speeding. While speaking
with Larry, Dep. Dalton
smelled burnt marijuana and
noticed his eyes were blood-
shot and watery. Larry
admitted he had smoked a
marijuana joint 30 minutes
earlier and granted permis-
sion for a vehicle search.
Dep. Dalton, with assistance
from BPD Ofc. Leo Marlowe,
discovered two clear plastic
bags of marijuana in a shop-
ping package inside the
trunk.
Larry was taken into cus-
tody and released the follow-
ing day after posting a surety
bond.


Legal ads cont'd


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:
CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE
FEMA-FL-DR 1545/DR 1595 PACKAGE

Plans and specifications can be obtained at
Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. The
bid must conform to Section 287.133(3)
Florida Statutes, on public entify'crimes.
Completion date for this project will be 120
days from the date of the Notice to Proceed
presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failun- i.-. :.:.mpl' it
the project on the specified a. r 'I i! b ii c
at $200.00 per day.
F'l':.3: i.-'..:-l.:are .:.- r-n'. ,.rn i.,:,p_, r'n r rhnn i- a
e -l rn- ln t r l1 ..,Crt-r ar -,. nr ir.- Ct .:l

b5id Vul ui e ri c .:i.- ] ,nil 3 0, n m
(C.T.), onTuesday, July 18, 2006 ,at the
Calhoun County Clerk's Office,. Calhoun
County'Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue
East,-Room 13:- E..ui..iii, Fi.: .rlda
32424, and will :.p: d r.- .1 .iu.I
on Tuesday, Jul' i 2 2."-, 5
p.m.(C.T.).
Cost for Plans and Sp- fh:iui.i :.n cli bet.
S '5,,,, p -r set iii. li nan -r ',n. ail,:t
Chc,: ic E ricul : be mid.: pm,.bi r E.. FR-
3iE- irH IrC :
The Board of County' Commissioners
reserves the right to waive Informalities in
r.', bd iL, a.:,:pt and/or reflect any oi all.
c.I.r aird ito. .:im.pr ihe ti. mat in their
'ludgi2menr, i,.'l[ t, I Ltr t:C,:. t interest of
Callho-ur iC:.,ni
. s,,.ij ha ,'ar, y.qit.i.:.n-. please call David
KeSrrnnd'. 1 i.'.':I1 227-7200.
June 28; July 5, 2006


CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE
PROJECT # 14.085
FEMA-FL-DR 1545/DR 1595 PACKAGE
3
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:
CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE
FEMA-FL-DR 1545/DR 1595 PACKAGE
3
Plans and specifications can be obtained at
Preble-Rish. Inc., 324 Marina Drive. Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456,6 (850) 227-7200. The
.bid must conform to Section 287.133(3)
Florida Statutes, on public entity crimes.
Completion date for this project will be 120
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.
',PlI.. tri : l: e j .- :,- n r.n- i r,, -I,:,.e ir an in.r : I =
S5 i l'..1 l ri tlC.I. t.uLa,.:. rnl r lar I rl, : t.13
ii -r. .
Bids will be received until 3:30 p.m. (C.T.).
on Tuesday, July 18, 2006,at the Calhoun
,:.ur ,'rk Oifi,:e *c, rr-...- nr C-.:.,nty
F,:,',, .r -" :." I~,u i1 r l.:,r a 3,24'4
irn.i il tb ..-p...ri.n r r ..i. il: 1u.3 on
TuL -a Ju, ,i .18; 2006, at 5:00 p.m.(C.T.).
Cost for Plans ar.ni sp.:i.car,:.ii. will be
-'5,:' .per set ar, ii i r n:r,.r ur.rib,
'r,..~:K shiouldbe i,:rj.. pa.2iat '. F,:, iFF~r

The Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to waive informalities in
any bid; to accept and/or reject any or all
bids, and to accept the bid that in their
Judgment will be in the 'best interest of
Calhouin County.


Legal otice If you have any questions, please call David
LC' a'Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.



Child abuse case


Brooks admitted to leaving
her children unattended that
day, as well as on one other
occasion. She was immedi-


ately taken into custody. The
children were removed from
the home and have been
placed in foster care.


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CALHOUN COUNTY
June 17: Manna Shores. DUI, Emiliano Ruiz. possession of cocaine;;
Roberto Ruiz. no valid drivers license, "
June 18: Rounzell Brown. VOP, Alice Swearengin. forgery, uttering;
Anita Holmes, attaching tag not assigned DWLSR Jonn Holland, deal-
ing in stolen property grand theft: Nicholas Erlandson, VOP, DWLSR
June. 20: Angela Roberts, failure to appearlworthless checks. Paul
Baumer, domestic battery. Wyle Worrell, domestic battery, Hector
Gonzalez. no valid drivers license
June 21: John Kelley, VOP, Terman Larry Kendrick, possession of
more than 20 grams ol marijuana and drug paraphernalia. David Allen
Fulford. VOP Crystal Childs, possession of listed chemicals, manufac-
ture of metn: Jacquelyn Brooks. child abuse: Terry Brown. Hillsborough
Co. warrant/cnild support
June 22: Edwin Acosta. no valid drivers license; Roy Lee McDaniel,.
grand theft, dealing in stolen property
June 23: Alan Joseph Kearce, possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, Samuel Terril Jones. possession with intent to distribute;
Carson Weeks. possession of alcohol by person under 21; Gregory
Pierce. VOP: Ira Brown. DWLSR

LIBERTY COUNTY
June 17: Martha Snores. holding for CCSO
June 18: Tommy Wayne Tucker, possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, Anita Walker. holding for CCSO Alice Godwin, holding for
CCSO: Richard W Hawthorne, discharging firearm in public
June 19: Rodney L Dedmon. DUI DWSLR wiln knowledge,
Chnstopher E. Ballard. possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana
and drug paraphernalia. Kristopher Bailey, VOP .
June 20: Keith McCray, VOP
June 22: Cristina Keith. possession of less than 20 grams of marijua-
na, Crystal Cnhilds. holding lor CCSO. Jacquelyn Brooks, holding for
CCSO
June 23: Eddie Reynolds, serving weekends: Marsha Jones, DUI

The above individuals were booked Into the Calhoun or Liberty
' County Jail over the past week. Although they have been charged
with a crime, they are considered innocent until proven guilty.


and found Worrell with blood
all over his face and a scratch
on his nose. Worrell stated he
was in his yard when his sis-
ter, Deborah Baumer, who
lives next door to him, came
over and turned on his water
sprinklers without permis-
sion. He said a verbal alterca-
tion ensued over the water
and his sister refused to leave
it alone. He said she went
back home and returned with
her ex-husband, Paul
Baumer. Worrell alleged
Baumer pushed him to the
ground and struck him in the
face.
Dep. Barber spoke with


Lumberyard/Warehouse Man I
Waldorff Ace Hardware is seeking a full
time and a part time Lumberyard/
Warehouse man. Duties include loading
and unloading trucks, stocking lumber
shelves and upkeep of lumberyard and
warehouse. Knowledge of lumber and
building materials a plus. Must know how
to operate a forklift. Benefits include paid
vacation, major medical insurance and
profit sharing. Hours for the full time
position are M-F &:00 AM to 5:00 PM and I
Saturday 7:00 AM-12 PM with one
afternoon off during the week. Hours for
part time position to be determined. Apply
at 25615 North Main Street Altha, FL.



FAX 674-5008


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Parent Liaison
*Terms of Employment: 10 months/Part-time
*Salary: $7,500.00 .
Application Qualifications: .. uic~- bi:o.,
i Extensive knowledge of Exceptional Student Education ; ,.r
*Teaching experience preferred
.Good communication skills/verbal and written
*Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications should b9e
returned to the Superintendent's Office by July 6, 2006 12:00
Noon-(CDT).
*.A copy of job duties pertaining to this position is available at
the School Board Office.: Questions concerning this opening
may be directed to Mrs. Ms. Virginia Bietenholz, ESE Director.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion; sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
June 28,2006




JOB OPENING
Position: Accountant
Locations: Calhoun County Clerk of Court
Closing Date: July 3, 2006

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited four-year
college or university wiin a degree in Accounting. Consideration will*
also be given to candidates with directly related accounting
experience in lieu of an accounting degree.

Special Consideration: Will be given 'to applicants whb meet
requirements, to sit for the' Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
examination or possess a CPA license from the Florida State Board of
Accountancy.

Compensation: Commensurate with level of experience.

A completed application.,and resume' should be submitted to the
Office of the Calhoun County Clerk of C6urt, Calhoun County
Courthouse, Blountstown, FL. Applications will be accepted until 4:00
p.m. on July 3, 2006.
The Calhoun County Clerk of Court is an equal employment
opportunity employer. The clerk does not discriminate on the basim of
race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in
emplovmenl or Ihe provision of services.
,, '' ,, June21,28a,0W 6'



Ihoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Exceptional Student Education Teacher
S Elementary Teacher
*Terms of Employment: 10 months
*Sa lry: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule and
Experience.
,*Applicallon Qualifications: Appropriate State of Florida
Certification. Highly qualified.
'Applications are available.at the Office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. 20859 Central Ave. E., Room G-20,
Blountstown. Florida. Completed applications should be
returned to'the Superintendent's Office by June 26, 2006
12:00 Noon (CDT).
*Questions concerning this opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mrs. Vicki Davis, Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
June 21,2006


the Baumers and Deborah
alleged her argument with
her brother over the water
escalated into a physical
altercation and she yelled for
Paul to help her. She said her
brother threw a wheelchair at
her, grabbed her around the
neck, threw her to the
ground, and began hitting
her head with a closed fist.
She further stated Paul
pushed Worrell to the ground
while trying to assist her and
that's when the fight began
between the two men. Dep.
Barber observed a cut on
Paul's leg.
The men were arrested


and given a conditional
release the following day.










DALINE
NOON
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SAw#r


MAINTENANCE
QUINCY FARMS
Immediate opening for a
mechanic with at least 2 years
experience in heavy equipment,
forklifts, and automotive repair.
Must have full line of hand tools.
Welding a plus. Apply at 190
Mannie Gunn Rd., Quincy FL
32351 o
fax to (850)627-3493
EOE
June 2. July 5, 2006


OWNER OPERATOR
QUINCY FARMS
One owner operator team to run
from Quincy, FL to California and
then return to Florida. Excellent
pay. Trailer not needed.. Must have
a late model truck in very good
condition and capable of hauling a
full load of produce back to Florida.
Will make 3 trips per team per
month.
For more information contact
John Russell at
1-800-233-3987 ext. 203
Eo n ..2 200


SUBCRIEODAY


HELP WANTED

IMMEDIATELY
Merchandiser to work in
Lowes Stores in
Marianna & Panama City.
Monday-Firday 7-7:30
NO Work Weekends
$11.00 DOE
Call Roger
904-386-7030




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POSITION AVAILABLE
r.ade a !:njr e t 0r-f00 0'q3
,^; Director of Social Services ""'i v
needed for a 150 bed skilled nursing facility.
Qualified applicant must possess excellent oral and
written communication skills, be highly organized
and team player. Qualified applicants must
possess a Bachelors Degree in Social Work or a
related field. Come and join a team of dedicated
department managers with an excellent survey
history.

Please apply at Parthenon Healthcare of
Blountstown, .17884 N.E. Crozier Street,
Blountstown, FL, Phone 850-674-5464 or fax a
resume to Renee Halstead, Administrator at 850-
674-9384. June 21.a8,2006



Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Elementary Education Teacher
Special Education Teacher
*Terms of Employment: 10 months
SSalary: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule and
Experience.
*Application Qualifications: Appropriate State of Florida
Certification. Highly qualified. J
*Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse, 20859 Central Ave. E., Room G-20,
Blountstown,'Florida. Completed applications should be
returned to the Superintendent's Office by June 26, 2006,
12:00 Noon (CDT).
Questions concerning this opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Darryl Taylor, Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Em'ployer
June 21,2006


CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting applications
for the following Adjunct Instructor positions:

Geography
Sociology
Political Science
Economics
SArt

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in the
subject area required.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday, August 10, 2006 @
4:30 pm CDT

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, resume,
references with current addresses and telephone numbers and copies
of college transcripts to Chipola College, Human Resources, 3094
Indian Circle, Marianna, FL 32446.

ANEQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
June 21,28. 2006


Speedy driver caught Family feud over

with 58 grams of water leads to fight,

marijuana in trunk arrest of two men


Two men were booked into
the Calhoun County Jail
June 20 following a domestic
disturbance on Musgrove
Road in Blountstown.
Paul Baumer, 47, and
Wylie Dewayne Worrell were
both charged with domestic
battery.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Zack Barber responded to a
call from Worrell's residence


'@5 -


PARTHENON
HEALTHCARE OF
BLOUNTSTOWN
has an opening for the following
positions:
RN weekend 7-3
shift supervisor
SRN/LPN's and CNA's
Baylor Shifts Available
We are offering a $3,000 sign-
on bonus for Nurses and $1,000
sign-on bonus for CNA's. Our
new rates of pay and increased
shift and weekend differentials
for Nurses and CNA 's are now in
effect.
-We are a SMILE certified facility.
(Safe Minimal Lifting Environment)
Please contact
Sue Whittington, DON
@ (850)674-5464
for more information.
Jne 28, July 5. 2006








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Deadline Monday Noon FAX: 674-5008 Phone: 674-5041 E-mail: classifieds@thecountyrecord.net


BOATS &
MOTORS
2006 Scandy White boat, 14' V-
hull, used one time, 25 HP Mercury,
trailer, trolling motor, stick steering,
$7,900 Firm. Call 674-8541.
14' x 48' galvanized boat trailer,
$500. Call 762-2561.

CARS & TRUCKS
1990 Chevy 1500 truck, cold air,
16 mpg, new tires and many other
new parts. Looks and runs good.
$2,500. Call 762-8406.
1996 GMC Jimmy, black, PW, PL,
V-6, excellent condition. Call 674-
4569 after 6 p.m.
1985 Buick.Rivera, body and inte-
rior great condition, need engine
work. Call 674-1997.
1995 Nissan pickup, extended
cab, AT, air, one owner. Call 762-
3064.



FOR RENT
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to ive"
Rental Assistance

tton Creek Apartment
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
'TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


FOR RENT
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no
pets. 674-4011.
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.
Big house, 3 bdr., extra rooms.
Rent in advance and security deposit
required. Call 674-5961.
BV Campers forrent, $85. weekly.
Deposit required, (NO PETS) and
utilities. (2) locations. Call 674-
7619.



TERRY LAWN'

SERVICE
Commercial & Residential
landscaping
Mowing Trimming Bush Hogging
SNew Constuiction landscaping
6714-4576
S Ce-ll: 643-6142 2
1 *,,


FOR SALE
32" Toshiba color TV, excellent
condition, $150; old peddle-style
Singer Sewing machine, fair condi-
tion, $125; nostalgic-style Delco
stereo, oak finish (cassette; phono-
graph & CD player), excellent condi-
tion, $100. Call 674-6520:
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.
$150 BED QUEEN PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set with Warranty, ALL
NEW in plastic, can deliver. 222-
7783.
A BRAND NEW KING PILLOW-
TOP Mattress Set; $250. In sealed
plastic with warranty. Can Deliver -
425-8374.
BED CHERRY SLEIGH BED
(Solid Wood) NEW IN BOX $250.
222-2113.
Bed A new FULL brand name
MATTRESS & BASE in plastic with
warranty, $120. 545-7112.
BEDROOM SET A KING BED,
Chest, TV Armoire, 2 Nightstands.
Brand New, Still Boxed. Suggested
Retail $3500, Sacrifice $1000. Can
Deliver, 222-9879.
BEDROOM: Brand new 6 piece
set, COMPLETE. ALL NEW in
boxes, $550. 222-7783.
-COUCH + LOVESEAT -
MICROFIBER, Stain Resistant, ALL
NEW, Lifetime,- Warranty, Can
Deliver. Sug. Retail $1250, Sell
'$475, 425-8374.
Couch & Loveseat: BRAND NEW
;LEATHER still wrapped, lifetime war-
ranty' can deliver. $1900 suggested
,list, must sell $795. Delivery avail-
able. 545-7112.
DINING ROOM: Beautiful NEW
table, 6 chairs and china cabinet.
Suggested retail $1800, sell $850,
still boxed, can deliver. 222-2113.
1990 Yamaha jet ski with trailer,
runs :good.. $600 OBO. Call 643-
1585 or 674-3608 after 5 p m
1983 Yamaha Venture, fully
dressed, $3,000,' Call 674-4912.
SWedgewood punch bowl with 30
matching purch cups and matching
platter, asking $50 OBO; women's
size 18 semi-formal dress, cranberry
in color, paid $180; asking $75 OBO.
SCall Kristi at 674-8131.
Living room suite, (sofa, loveseat,
chair), green and tan plaid, cost
$2,000 will sell for $500 (negotiable);
27" RCA TV, $150; 10" Magnavox


SUTTON CREEK
APARTMENTS
Immediate opening for
maintenance supervisor. 40
hours w/benefits. Experience
in plumbing, electrical,
carpentry, painting/sheetrock
repair. Drug free workplace.
Must have valid dr. license &
transportation. Some travel
possible. Equal Opportunity
Employer. Apply at 16978 N.W.
Mayo Street, Blountstown, FL
or call 850-674-4202.
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TV, $50. Call 674-1997.
9 ft. Early American entertainment
center for big screen TV. Call 674-
4758.
Mahogany crib with mattress.
Converts to a toddler bed, then to a
full size head and footboard. Paid
,$500, asking $135. Call 674-7522.
1998 2004 brush guard for Toyota
Tacoma, still in box, $450 OBO. Call
643-2563

FREE
Free red clay bricks, you haul.
Call 209-5418.

FREE PETS
Free to a good home, 2-1/2 year
old German Shepherd mix. Call
643-1703 for details.

HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED
NOW!! Werner needs entry-level smi
drivers. No exp. required. Ave.
#36k+1st yr! 60% home nightly /
weekly. CDL training in your area.
1-866-280-5309,
Caregiver needed. Honest and
caring care provider for semi-invalid
elderly woman in her Kinard home.
Must be able to assist with daily liv-
ing needs, like housekeeping, cook-
ing and errands. Must have valid
Florida drivers license. Live-in and
daily. Call Pam at 850-774-2408.

HOMES FOR SALE
Home on Chipola River, 238 ft.
river frontage. 3 bdr., 2-1/2 bath,
above flood line. For information call
762-3950.
Priced reduced! In Altha, 3 bdr.,
i bath brick home, completely
remodeled. New windows, doors,
floor covering, cabinets, new stove,
refrigerator, and dishwasher.
Carport, back deck, and small shed,
$82,500 OBO. Call 899-3511.

LOST & FOUND
FOUND: Big black dog, very gen-
Stie, found around 22nd St. Call to
identify 674-4058.

PETS FOR SALE
Pure bred great Pyrenees
guardian puppies, shots, ready for
sale August 1. Call 762-4187.

REAL ESTATE
2 acres 'of land for sale in Rock
Bluff Area. It is prime land for hunt-
ing. $15,000. Call 643-4943 leave
message.

YARD SALE
Yard sale Sat., 7:00 a.m. until at
17196 NW Angle St., Blountstown.
Household items, small pieces of fur-
niture, shoes and clothes for men,
women, and children. Ya'll come.
Multi family yard sale Sat., start-
ing at 7:00 a.m. at 20163 Central
Ave. W., Blountstown, next to Piggly
Wiggly/Coin Laundry parking lot.
Men's, women's, children's clothing,
household items, books, queen
headboard, etc.
Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 -12:00
noon. at 19074 NE Elijah Morris
Road, Blountstown. Clothes, jewel-
ry, t-shirts, and more.
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 until at
16587 SW Gaskin St., Blountstown.
Call 674-2669 or 643-6302.
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Gulf & Calhoun
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LandMark Property
* Beautifully set on a
+/- 150-acre tract with a
five-acre lake
* 30 miles from Port St. Joe
and six miles from
Wewahitchka
*Allowable density in Gulf
County is 1:2.5; Calhoun
County is 1:10
* Boating enthusiasts Will
enjoy nearby lakes, rivers
and the Gulf of Mexico

Call Gail Ward with GVA
Advantis Real Estate
Services Company at
850.674.5333
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