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Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2006 0 99th Year,


No. 49 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 0 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


EDUCATION


School


enrollment


down by


5 percent

SBY KELLI PEACOCK
S. News Editor
When the first school bell
rang on Monday morning in
Calhoun County, educators
learned .enrollment was
down by five percent.
S A total of 2166 students
Showed up for classes this
year, a drop of 119 from last
school year.
Blountstown High School
saw the biggest decrease in
Numbers from 440 last year
to 373. Blountstown
Elementary was down from
634 in 2005 to 608 this year.
Blountstown Middle School
also dropped from 256 to
245. Altha had a decline
from 663 last year to 635.
The only local school to have
an increase in students was
' Carr School, open ,to pre-
Skmidergarten through eighth'.
Graders. Carr was up slight-
ly from 292 students in
S 2005 to 305 Monday.
S Motorists are reminded to
drive with caution and
watch for students at bus
Stops.



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schools opened their
doors.Monday to
2,166 students down
by 119 from last year.
Some youngsters were
ready to head back to
class while others
were a little hesitant. At
left, Blountstown
Elementary School first
grader Justin Bryant
tries to convince his
mom, Amy, that he
needs an extended
summer vacation. For
more highlights from
the first day of school,
turn to page 6 of this
issue.


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The City of Blountstown cracked down on beautifi-
cation in recent years with the passage of a code
enforcement ordinance. Although many residents and
businesses have welcomed the effort and enthusiasti-
cally cleaned up their properties, a few others are
ignoring the rules, resulting in city officials seeking
tougher codes with a little more bite.
"We've, had some good response out of the majority
of people; but we've had a poor response out of a cou-
ple people," says Ben Hall, who serves as Code
Enforcement Officer and Fire Chief in Blountstown.
"That has faciltated the need for us to rewrite the
code and add some sharper teeth. In the past, it was
just where we could fine them, but not force them to
clean it up. Now if they don't clean up, we will clean
it up ourselves and well charge them for it. If they
don't pay, well put a lien on the property which can
result in seizure or sale of the property."
Hall says he hopes those in violation will simply
heed the warning rather than risk losing their prop-
erty. "We're not in the real estate market," he points


out. "We want people to clean up. We've been real nice
about the code and given people time to clean up,
but ..we're tired of playing. We don't want to be hard
on anybody, but we want Blountstown cleaned up."
Tony Shoemake, Blountstown Main Street chair-
man, has noticed one site in the city that has become
a dumping ground for trash...and it's right smack dab
in the middle of downtown behind the gazebo park on
East Central (pictured above). "It's on city property,
not private property," Shoemake points out. "Can't we
keep our city property clean? I know some of it's been
there since May. It needs to be picked up and cleaned
up.
Marti Vickery, Operations Manager at the Chamber
of Commerce, encourages everyone to do their part in
beautifying our town. "As we continue to improve and
focus on marketing the area in a positive way, we
need help from the community regarding some of our
weaker points," she says. "I have noticed some areas
that are becoming used as an unsightly and unsafe
dump site. It is unfortunate that, with so many peo-
ple trying to improve our town, that a few bad spots
See TALKING' TRASH, page 5


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DOWNTOWN


Main St


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several


new events
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Blountstown Main Street
members are working with a
renewed enthusiasm these
days as they prepare for sev-
eral upcoming events this
fall in their efforts to pro-
mote downtown.
During Monday's Main
Street meeting, members
were developing plans for the
following festivities:
Murder Mystery Dinner
Theatre, set for Sept. 14 and
16 at the historic old court-
house. Guests will be treated
to a silent auction at the
Thursday night event and a
reception both evenings,
along with a deliciously
deadly dining experience. A
murder will unfold right
before the eyes of all in
attendance who will be
drawn into the plot to help
solve the .crime. This event
has sold out and those with
reservations should pick up
tickets a the Chamber office
by Friday, Aug. 11.
Creature Feature will be
held Tuesday, October 31, at
7 p.m. at Magnolia Square
downtown. Bring the kids in
costume, toss a blanket on
the lawn, cozy up with some
treats and enjoy a scary
movie on a big screen out-
doors...all free of charge!
Christmas Tour of
Homes is scheduled for
Friday, December 8, from
5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The
evening will kickoff at the
historic old courthouses
where guests can pick up
their tickets and enjoy some
refreshments before touring
six homes in Blountstown
and Bristol.
Main Street members
have also partnered with the
City of Blountstown to
upgrade the downtown deco-
rations this holiday season.
Be watching as they deck the
halls downtown! In addition,
Calhoun Correctional
Institution is assisting Main
Street to create larger than
life hand painted greeting
cards in the downtown area.
Other projects include the
preservation of .the M & B
Train Depot, thanks to a
grant from the Florida
Department of State.
If you'd like to get involved
with Main Street and make a
difference in our community,
contact Marti Vickery at the
Chamber of Commerce at
674-4519, or call Tony
Shoemake, Main Street
Chairman, at 674-5049.



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The County Record, AUGUST 9, 2006, Page 2


CALHOUN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS bid farewell to Pamela Russell (cen-
ter) Friday who is leaving the Chamber office to continue her college education. Russell did an
outstanding job assisting the Chamber over the summer. She is pictured above with Chamber
Operations Manager Marti Vickery (left) and Americorps VISTA volunteer Helen Gavin who
assists at the Chamber office.


News & Events from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

20816 Central Ave. East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
(850)674-4519 FAX: (850)674-4962


BY MARTI VICKERY
Chamber Operations
Manager

Board Meeting
i,: It is that time again! The
monthly board greeting for
the t Calhoun. County
Chamber of Commerce will
be held on Thursday, August
10, at 11:30 at the Calhoun
County Senior Citizen
Association.
Please RSVP to. 674-4519
or ccchamber@yahoo.com by
Wednesday, August 9th. We
have a lot of things. happen-
ing 'and new members are
joining!

Membership, Meeting
Sa.e the date Thursday,
L -ug tist 1'7. is our Aucliust
ipembership lunch meeting
at --'tHl Calhomin- Coutitv


Senior Citizen Center on NE
Cayson Street in
Blountstown at noon.
Our guest speaker for this
month's membership meeting
will be Pam Tedesko, Director
for the WIRED Northwest
Florida Initiative with
Florida's Great Northwest,
facilitator of the WIRED
grant. She has been a mem-.'
ber of the board of directors
for the Workforce
Development Board of
Okaloosa and Walton coun-
ties for 3 years. Prior to this
WIRED initiative, she
accrued 11 years of experi-
enceof community and busi-
ness development in the
chamber of commerce indus-
try serving as the
President CEO for two chamn-
bers of cominmerce'.
Pamn will be speaking on


the many grant opportunities
available for new or expand-
ing businesses. Don't miss
out!
Are you interested in the
future of Calhoun County?
Attending the Chamber of
Commerce monthly member-
ship meeting isa great place
to start. Membership meet-
ings are open to the
public.The cost of the meal is
only $7.00 per person,
including beverage and
Dessert.

Come and join us in wel-
coming our newest members!
We look forward to seeing you
there.
For more information con-
tact us at:- ccchamber
@yahoo.com or .call 674-
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S0pS. CARV


Dear Editor,
SOn August 1, 2006, my
truck was' taken to. Whit's
Auto Repair in Blountstown
because when I tried to start
my truck, the horn would
blow. but would not start.
"' Mr. Whit (Jeremy) stated
he thought it was a. malfunc-
tion of the anti theft device.
On Aug. 2, I was advised I
had a problem with the
wiring and a part was
ordered which was costing
approximately $60.00. At
this time I thought I would
come out pretty good if I only


American Legion

Open House set

for August 19
SCalhoun County
American Legion Post 272
nill hold an open .house on
Saturday, ,August 19th
beginning at 2:00 p.m.
Evenr-one is invited to come
and meet veterans.
The American Legion is
located at 18838 Hwy. 20 W.,


had to pay $150.00 to have
my truck fixed.
On Aug. 3, my.wife was
told the problem was the
security system and there
was no charge. Mr.' Whit
could have charged me
$150.00 or more and I would
have paid it and never knew I
was being cheated.
.Thank you, Jeremy for
your hoiesty. IT MADE MY
WEEK!

*Sincerely.
Danny Brock


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The County Record, AUGUST 9, 2006, Page 3


Engram, Mitchell will




speak vows Saturday


Our joy will be c(_nmplete if
you join us, Michael,
Shakita, Akeyla, Keshawn,
Tyronza, Natundra and
Brandy, in the sharing of our
parents' marital bliss,. Arie
Engram to Tony Mitchell.
The bridq-to-be ; the
daughter of Rudolph Engramr
and Judy Bell Tyre, both of
Blountstown.
She is employed with


Gretna Correctional
Institution in Gretna and
Bristol Youth Academy of
Bristol.
The groom-to-be is the son
of the late W.C. and Bessie
Mitchell of Mississippi.
He has been employed
with Georgia Pacific for the
past. 25 years and served in
the U.S. Army. He is a native
of Mississippi.


The ceremony and recep-
tion will take place at
Veterans Memorial Park Civic
Center in Bristol on August
12th at 6:00 p.m. (ET). No
local invitations will be sent.
All friends and family are cor-
dially invited.

They will honeymoon in
Jamaica and will reside in
Liberty County.


Covenant Hospice is hosting


holiday marketplace Oct. 20-22


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

SAlthough Joni Moody was-
f't happy that her dog wound
ihp in the Blountstown
Animal Shelter a couple
Weeks ago, it may have been
blessing in disguise for the
Abandoned creatures in the
community.
When Moody retrieved her
beloved pet, it was an eye
opening experience. She dis-
covered the plight of many
S strays who call the shelter
Some for a short time, their
tay typically limited to two
weeks before they are put to
death. Moody wants to
S change that fact and help
these precious animals find
losing homes.

SHer goal is to create an
organization a Friends of
the Shelter group to partner
~tith the City of Blountstown.
She hopes to raise public
awareness, encourage- pet
:. ado uop noandyrniake j.he .shel:.
ter a better place for animals
who end up there. "I'd like to
raise money so that the ani-
nmals' could get their shots
and help those who adopt
Lhem pay for spaiing or neu-
tering," says Moody.
SFred, Tanner, the City of
Blountstown's Animal


This foursome is among some adorable dogs available for
adoption at the Blountstown Animal Shelter. If you'd be willing
to give them a home, contact Animal Control Officer Fred
Tanner at the Blountstown Police Department, 674-5987. Two
precious dogs are scheduled to be euthanized on Monday.
Please help if you can.


Control Officer, is thrilled to
have public interest in help-
ing the. shelter. "My dream is
to tear this building down
and build an enclosed shelter
.with c xaLaust lans. separate
kennels for puppies, and a
place for cats." he remarks
Currently, the open air facili-
ty is extremely hot in the
summer and cold in the win-
ter. "I. hose them off during
the heat and put Bisqueen
and hay around when it's
cold."


At the moment, there are
13 dogs at the, shelter. Two
adorable ones were sched-
uled to be euthanized today,
but Moody convinced T:-iner
to ,ise;-a,o,;Aty of execution
until Monday, giving The
County Record readers the
chance to adopt them. If you
can provide a home, call
Tanner at 674-5987. If you'd
like to join Moody in forming
a Friends of the Shelter
organization, call her at 674-
8635.


Are you one of the 75 mil-
lion Americans who wait
until the last minute to pur-
chase holiday gifts? Then
perhaps it's time to start a
new shopping tradition by
attending Covenant Hospice's
Second Annual Holiday of
Hope Marketplace, October
'20-22, at the Dothan Civic
Center.
The Marketplace offers
holiday shoppers ahn escape
from crowded malls, long
retail lines and picked .over
displays. Choose from hun-
dreds of unique speciality
items offered by local and
national vendors, including
artisan jewelry, home acces-
sories, holiday decorations,
gourmet foods, dolls, fine
crafts, and more.
This shopping extravagan-
za will debut on October 19th
with a spectacular evening
preview party. Guests can
shop early in a relaxed
atmosphere and enjoy hor
d'oeuvres, beverages, and
local entertainment.
Covenant Hospice is a not-
for-profit, JCAHO-accredited
organization dedicated to
providing comprehensive,
compassionate, end-of-life
care for those with life-limit-
ing illnesses regardless of
their ability to pay. Last year,
Covenant Hospice's Dothan
office provided more than
$100,000 in indigent care
which: is- .why: fundraising


events like the Marketplace
are so important.
Preview party tickets are
$25 per person. General
admission tickets are $5 per
day. Shopping hours are 10
a.m. 8 p.m., October 20 and
9 a.m. 4 p.m., October 21
from 11 a.m. 3 p.m. on
October 22.
To purchase tickets, stop
by Covenant Hospice located


at 2855 Ross Clark Circle,
Suite 110, Dothan, AL. For
more details call 334-794-
7847 or toll free at 877-244-
7379, or go online to
www.covenanthospice.org/h
oliday.

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The County Record, AUGUST 9, 2006, Page 4
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WHEELS WERE IN MOTION
Monday in Blountstown, but in
a dangerous way. Just after 12
noon, Robert Layfield, 68, was
westbound on Central Avenue
in a 1994 Mack cement truck
owned by Griffin Sand Co.
when the left rear axle broke.
The two wheels, hub, and axle
detached from the truck and
flew an estimated 250 feet into
the Piggly Wiggly parking lot,
striking two vehicles. A 1999
Ford SUV, owned by Erica
Cook of Carrabelle, sustained
$1500 damage, while a 2002
Ford two-door car belonging
to Lennie Cataldo, had $5000
in damages. Fortunately, no
one was injured in this freak
accident.


Program runs through September 15



iHelp for forest landowners


" Florida Agriculture and
SConsumer Services
,Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson has announced a
program that will assist for-
est landowners in the man-
'agement of their property.
The department's Division of
'*Forestry will hold a sign-up
for enrollment in the Forest
'.Land Enhancement Program
(FLEP), The program began
Auguist 4 and \\ill cqn,tnue
through September 15'."
The program, authorized
under the 2002 Farm Bill, is
available to non-industrial
private forest landowners on
a 75-25 cost share basis for
most practices. Eligible prac-
tices include, but are.not lim-
ited to: site preparation, tree
planting, and prescribed
burning activities.
Landowners who own at
'least 10 acres but no more
, that 10,000 acres of land who
have a multiple-resource
" practice plan will be eligible
to receive funding assistance
under FLEP.
A maximum of $10,000
will be available for each
quali Iin' landowner over the
life oi the program as reim-
b. brsemerit for incurred
expenses for approved prac-
tices.
Almost half of the state's
14 million acres of forestland
is owned by private non-
industrial forest landow\\ners.
SAccording to national, region-
al and statewide landowner
Surveys, most forest
Landowners don't have a
management plan for their


property. The state's alloca-
tion under the program will
be used for implementation
of forest practices prescribed
in existing or newly devel-
oped, management plans.
"It benefits everyone when
an approach stressing best
management practices is in
place for forested property,"
Bronson said. "The forests


are a critical natural resource
in Florida, and it is important
to preserve them as well as
mitigate any potential wild-
fire danger."
Landowners can obtain
application forms from their
local Division of Forestry
office and from other cooper-
ating agencies. The Division
of Forestry's foresters will
provide technical assistance


to landowners and will be the
local contact person for par-
ticipating landowners.
For more information,
contact David Smith,
Program Manager (850) 414-
9907 or Bonnie Stine, CFA
Supervisor, (850) 414-9912
(both in Tallahassee) or your
local County Forester who
can be located at 850-674-
8073.


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The Florida Highway
Patrol will be conducting
driver license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the month of August in
Calhoun County at the fol-
lowing locations:
V CR69 near Institution
Drive
SR73 north of CR392
V CR286 near Coe Road
V SR-71 near CR-274
V SR-71 near John Bailey
Rd.
V SR-71 near Trailer City
V SR-71 near CR-275
V SR-71 near Chipola St.
V SR-69 near CR-274
V CR 274 near CR 167
V l1th street near Old
Sawmill Rd.
V SR-73 near CR-287
V CR-274 near Chipola
River
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed to drivers violating
the driver license laws of
Florida.
The Patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver license
laws of Florida ensuring the
protection of all motorists.


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CALHOUN COUNTY
July 29: Dominique Cargile, sale of cocaine.
July 30: Heather Tweedy, child neglect, lewd and lascivious acts;
Nicholas Girardot, principal in first degree to burglary of a structure,
contributing to the delinquency of a child, principal in the first degree to
criminal mischief, principal in the first degree to grand theft
Aug. 1: Richard Neel, sentenced from court; Benito .Pena-Hernandez,
resisting arrest without violence; Carolyn Golden Jones, 40 counts fail-
ureto appear; Henry Disbrow, violation of county probation
Aug. 2: Timothy Cook, DWLSR, attaching tag not assigned; Ben
Friaiher DUI; Gregory Couch, domestic battery; Andre Johnson,
domestic battery, aggravated battery; Anthony Burgess, violation of.
state probation; Ann Marie Nichols, violation of probation; Brandon
Hardin, failure to appear, .
Aug.4: Jirrmy N,:riolas McCilellan. villation.-ot comnmuniry supervision.
Darryl W. Williams domrile bartery
LIBERTY COUNTY
July 30: Heather M. Tweedy, holding I:or CCSO
Aug, 1: Jenny R. Varnum, possession of less man 20 grams of mari-
juana; Joshua Mochulsky, turned self in/failure to appear; Carolyn
Golden Jones, holding for CCSO
Aug. 2: Christina A. Anderson, holding for CCSO; Anna Marie Nichols,
holding for CCSO; William Berry Webb, Irespassng aher warning
Aug. 4: Dana Garner, VQP/grand theft over'$300 and under $5000
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


( "Time for a

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Join



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Candidate for District 2

Calhoun County Commission



CAMPAIGN COOKOUT

Friday, Aug. 18th at Altha Park
Come meet the candidate and share your concerns and ideas.
Free chicken plates will be served from 6pm until 9pm
1 njoy musical entertainment by The River Town Girls.
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Barton, Howell family


reunion September 16


Look who turned 1!!!
Tristan William Whittaker
celebrated his 1st birthday
on July 8, 2006. Tristan is the
son of Brian and Lydia
Whittaker of Clarksville. His
maternal grandparents are
Virgil and Joyce Rowe of
Altha. His paternal grandpar-
ents are Larry and Peggy.
Whittaker of Clarksville.
., Tristan enjoys his time swim-
Sming and playing outdoors.


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Bryce Lester, age 8, recent-
ly visited his grandmother,
Denise Overberg who is a
new resident of Bristol.
Bryce's parents, Dan and
Michele Hunt, of Jacksonville,
NC are currently stationed in
Okinawa, Japan.
Bryce enjoyed his visit to.
Bristol and was very.
impressed with his tour of the
Marianna, Florida Caverns.
He also enjoyed visiting with
his friends, Mr. dnd Mrs. Kenny
Wayne Weston, and their
daughter, Nicole.


Happy Birthday,
James Hogans!
Happy birthday to my hus-
band, Mr. James Hogans, on
August 13th, from your lovely
wife, Linda Hogans, and chil-
dren, Felicia, Shiketa, Bernice,
Lacole, James, Don and
grandchildren.
Pastor Geraldine Sheard,
pastor of Prayer Chainers
Mission of God Church, will
ordain James on August 13th.
Congratulations, James.

BIRTH ANNOUNC


Palge Margaret Owens
Dewayne and Cathy
Owens of Bristol are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Paige Margaret,
born June 30, 2006, at
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. She weighed 5
pounds, 10 ounces.
Paige has two sisters,
Mlontqna and Abigail, and
one brother, Colby. Her
grandparents are Maxwell
and Donna White of
Greensboro and David and
Katie Owens of Bristol. She
has one uncle, Alan White.


Talking' trash cont'd-


Scan really leave a negative
Impression on someone visit-
: ing or passing through. The
SBlountstow'n Main Street
organization, and Keep
Calhoun County Beautiful,
Shave !made progress in so
many areas. Anything nega-
tive, ike the improper dis-
posal of old appliances and
mattresses, reflects on every-,
one in the community,
including the Chamber of'
Commerce."


Along with heeding the
current .ordinances and the
stricter ones on the way,
Main Street members are
hosting a clean up day
Saturday, August, 26, from 6.
to 10 a.m. in the city parking'
lot on Fannin Avenue.
An\-one interested in helping
beautify Blountstown is invit-
ed to pitch in! Call the
Chamber/Main Street Office
at 674-4519 for more details
on getting involved.


The 30th Annual Woodard
Barton and Amy Davidson
Howell Family Reunion will
be held on Saturday,
September 16, 2006 at the
Recovery Fire Department-
Recovery Community Center,
.Georgia. Descendents of
Woodard and Amy's children
(John, Henry, Thomas,
Samuel, Elias, George,
Charles and Elijah) are invit-
ed to attend the afternoon's
Fish Fry and joining in on
sharing family stories and
photos.
Amy and Woodard Howell
were married in 1840 in
Decatur County, Georgia.
The family spent time in
Baker, Decatur and Mitchell
Counties in Georgia and later
settled in Gadsden County in
the community of Mount
Pleasant, Florida.
If you would like addition-
al information, please RSVP

Registration at

Chipola set for

August 17-18
MARIANNA-Registration
deadline for returning stu-
dentst planning to enroll in
Fall classes at Chipola
College is Aug. 16. New and
returning student registra-
tion is Aug. 17 and i8. Fall
classes begin Aug. 21 with
late registration, through
Aug. 25.
All students with a high
school diploma are eligible to
enroll. Certain academic
courses require minimum
scores on college placement
tests, ACT or SAT.
Chipola offers day and
evening courses as well as
online and independent
study courses leading to the
Associate in Arts Degree. The
college also offers a number
of Associate in Science pro-
grams and Workforce
Certificate programs to pre-
pare students for promising
careers.
Online registration is
available through Aug. 3 for
current students who meet
certain requirements., To be
eligible for online registra-
tion, students ..must have
completed at least 12 semes-
'ter hours and have an overall
2.0 GPA. The online option is
not available for Dual
Enrollment/Early
Admission, State' Employee
Fee Waiver, or-for students
required to enroll in college
preparatory classes.
To register online, visit
www.chipola.edu, click
Current Students, then
choose On-line Registration.
For information, contact
the Admissions and Records
Office at 718-2311.


SUBSCRIBE

TODAY!
Call 674-5041


by telephoning (850) 907-
0177 or e-mailing woodard-
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Faircloth


reunion is


October 14

Friends and relatives of
the late Dempsey Faircloth
and his descendants will
hold their 32nd annual
reunion on Saturday,
October 14, at Pat Thomas
Park in Quincy, FL.
Lunch will be served at
12:45 p.m. after a short busi-
ness meeting at 12:00 noon
Those attending are asked to
bring a covered dish basket
lunch as well as information
relating to the Faircloth his-
tory and photographs to
share with the group. A fish-
ing contestfor the kids will be
held!!
For further information
call 850-627-2340.

Chipola offers

night classes in

French, Spanish
MARIANNA-Chipola
College will offer evening
courses in French; and
Spanish this fall.
Dr. Mark Ebel will teach
the four semester-hour
Elementary Spanish I (SPN
1120) course on Monday and
Wednesday evenings from.
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Dana Ayers will teach the
four semester-hour
Elementary French I (FRE
1120) course on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings from 5:30
to 7:30 p.m.
Colleges and universities
in Florida require a foreign'
language before awarding a
bachelor's degree. The for-
eign language minimum
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For many Calhoun County youngsters Monday was the first day of
school ever and they laced Inis new chapter in their lives with many
smiles a few tears, and lots of courage. There were several new faces
at Blounlstown Elemenlar y (clockwise from top): Kindergartners Brody,
Alan and Braelee become fast friends. Cousins Mikayla Braxton and
Alicia lapp snared a hug while their other cousin, Katelyn Harris, clung
to her mom. Amy. Uneala Cheesmon's son, Delaney, was all smiles.
Dad Jamie Srickland was a little teary eyed as he led daughter
Sydney to her first day of kindergarten. Brothers Keith (Ist grade) and
Eric (Pre-sK) were escorted by Iheir mom, Jessica, to their classrooms.


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open car show Sept. 23


Get your motor
running...the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office will
host their annual open car
show on Saturday,
September 23, from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. The event is being


moved from downtown to
Extreme Corvettes, located
on Hwy. 71 South at the for-
mer Billy Carr Chevrolet
dealership.
Awards will be presented
in a variety of categories


Sportman's license


package available


Pads are popping' at:
Bowles Field as the :. ,
Blountstown Tiger foot-
ball team, under the
direction of new head AV
coach Greg Jordan.
prepares for the Kickoff ,r 'i ,
Classic August 18 in
Liberty County at 7 p.m.
A community pep rally B
is set for this Friday night,
August 11, at 7 p.m. in
the BHS Auditorium.
Come cheer on athletes .
from BHS and BMS par-
ficipating in fall sports. ... ,



Youth football signup and


Future Tiger Camp Saturday


Local youngsters interest-
ed in playing Teeny Mite,
Tiny Mite, or Pee Wee football
are urged to be at Bowles


Community

Pep Rally

on Friday
The entire community is
invited to the Blountstown
,High School Auditoritum
Friday night at 7 p.m. for the
Tiger Pride Community Pep
Rally.
The celebration will be a
chance to honor athletes
from both Blountstown High
School and Blouritstown
Middle School who are par-
ticipating in fall sports.
In addition, attendees will
have a chance to join the
BHS Century Club, an organ-
ization that supports all
sports programs at BHS..


BHS FOOTBALL
SEASON TICKETS
ARE ON SALE!
Call the school
Suffice at 674-5724


Field at Blountstown High
School Saturday for the
Calhoun County Youth
Football League signups.
Registration will be from 8
a.m. to 9 a.m.
Following signups, a free
Future Tiger Football Camp


Are you ready for' some
football? The BHS Tigers
just completed a full week odf
2-a-day practices that began
on Monday, July 31. We had
49 players that completed the
required number of summer
workouts and completed 2-a-
day practices.
I would like to take this
time to invite everyone to the
Tiger Pride Celebration
Community Pep Rally at the
BHS auditorium Friday,
August 11, at 7:00 p.m. We
will honor the high school
and middle school fall sport'
athletes at this time, as .well
as kick off the Century Club
membership drive. .
To all the little Tigers the
Future Tiger football camp


will be held at the field for
ages 6-10. Members of the
Varsity and Junior Varsity
Tiger football teams will be
on hand to assist the young
Tigers as they prepare for
their upcoming season in
youth football.


will be Saturday, A.ug-ust 12,
at Bowles Field. They \will be
doing little league football
signups beginning at 8:00
a.m. The camp will start at
9:00 and end between 11:30
- 12:00 noon.
Back to Tiger football, we
travel to Liberty. County on
August 18, for the Kickoff
Classic. Kick-off is set for
7:00 p.m. CST. The players
and coaches: have been work-
ing very hard over the sum-
mer months to prepare for
the upcoming season, please
show your support by coming
to the pep rally, then showing
your. Tiger Pride 'at Liberty
County next Friday. Hope to
see you at the game!! GO
TIGERS!!


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The Florida Fish and
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increased the cost of its gold
sportsman's license and
sportsman's license by $5 to
cover the new crossbow sea-
son permit that was recently
added to the license package.
The gold sportsman's
license now costs $88.50 and
includes hunting, saltwater
fishing and freshwater fish-
ing licenses; and manage-
ment area, archery, cross-
bow, muzzleloading gun,
turkey, Florida waterfowl,
snook and lobster permits.
The sportsman's license
costs $72.50 and includes
hunting and freshwater fish-
ing licenses; and manage-
ment area, archery, cross-
bow, muzzleloading gun,
turkey and Florida waterfowl
permits.
Hunters who already pos-
sess one of these licenses can
hunt on private lands during
the new crossbow season
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mit, if the license does not
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including best of show and
longest distance driven. In
addition, the top 40 will take
home a plaque. The entry fee
is $20.
Along with the chance to
check out some impressive
wheels, attendees will be
treated to kids' games, live
music, and delicious food.
Admission is free and car
show t-shirts will be available
for a small fee.
The show is being held as
a benefit for Christmas for
the Children, a project spon-
sored by the Sheriff's Office
to ensure every child in
Calhoun County has a merry
Christmas.
To enter your vehicle or for
more information, contact Lt.
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state level. I will ensure you remain informed about the issues that
come before the School Board.

I am dedicated to:
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MARY ARRANT
Mrs. Mary Arrant, 80, of
Blountstown, passed away
Sunday, July 23, 2006, in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Arrant was born in
Pocahontas, Tennessee, and
had lived in Blountstown
since 1973 she was a home-
maker.
Survivors include a son,
William Arrant, of DeFuniak
Springs; four daughters,
Linda Ramie of Immikee,
Florida, Reba Mosher,
Rebecca and Ricky Mosher,
and Julie Arrant, all of
Blountstown; two brothers,
W.C. and Dover Pence; and
...five sisters, Ruth Smith,
Bertha Gilbreath, Margarette
Crow, Viola Casey, and Pasty
Huggins; 10 grandchildren,
David Bowen, Cary Arrant,
Heather Neal, Colleen Arrant,
Chloe Arrant, Mark Mosher,
Rickey Mosher, Lisa Laing,
Jason Hill, and Jessica
Jones; 10 great grandchil-
dren, Timothy Girardot,
Hank Girardot, and Randy
Girardot, Cherry Neal,
Haleigh Tummihello, Connor
Laing, Maya Hill, Isabella
Jones, Crystal Bowen, and
David Bowen, Jr.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, July 26, at the
Adams Funeral Home Chapel
in Blountstown. Interment
followed at the Wood
Cemetery in Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home in
charge of the arrangements,
ph. 674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com.

BETTY JEAN BAILEY
Mrs. Betty Jean Bailey, 69,
of Blountstown, passed away
Thursday night, August ,3,
2006, at the Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital in
Tallahassee, FL.
Betty was born on
January 12, 1937, in
Calhoun County and had
lived here all her life. She
was a homemaker and a
member of the Holiness faith.
Mrs. Bailey was preceded
in death by her husband,,
Charles Busby Bailey: a son,
Charles Busby Bailey, Jr.; a
daughter, Betty Lou Bailey;
and four brothers, Buford
'Brown, Coy Gene Brown,
Buddy Brown and Auburn
.Brov.-n. -
Survivors include, four
daughters. Sherry Bruner
and her husband, Alvin, of
Panama City, Patricia Kemp
and her husband, Houston,
of VWewahlitchka, Norma Jean
Story and her husband,
Bobby, of Blountstown,
Sandy Zeissler and her hus-
band, Kurt, of Blountstown;
t\wo brothers: James Edward
Brown of Bristol, and John
Neal Brown of Germany; five
sisters,.Mildred 'Dean of,
Tallahassee, Vivian Shiver of
Blountstown, Gail Walker of
Panama City, Christelle
Whittington of Altha, and
Glennell Morris of Altha;.
seven grandchildren and. 11
great-grandchildren.
'Funeral services were held
Sunday, August 6, at 2:00
p.m. iCDT) from the chapel of
Peavy: Funeral Home with
Rev., Michael Morris officiat-
ing. interment followed in
the :Wood Cemetery in
Blountstown.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in' Blountstown, ph. 850-,
674-2266.

JOSEPH L. FREELAND
Mr. ,Joseph L. Freeland,
,,57, of Altha, passed away
Fnday :,afternoon. August 4, '
2006, at his home.
SMr. Freeland was born on
September 19. 1948. In
Wheeling. West Virginia. and
had lived in Calhoun County
for most of his life. He was a
truck driver and was of the
Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife.


Beverly Freeland, of Altha;
mother, Rose Freeland, of
Royal Palm Beach; five sons,
Joseph L. Freeland, Jr. of AZ,
Kenneth J. Freeland of
Fallsburg, NY, David
Freeland of Fallsburg, NY,
Brian Freeland of NY, and
Sean P. Kelly of Altha; two
daughters, Shannon E.
Freeland of Grand Ridge, and
Dawn Sullivant of Marianna;
two brothers, Ron A.
Freeland of Forsyth, GA, and
Wayne R. Freeland of West
Palm Beach; one sister, Sandi
Sitman of West Palm Beach;
nine grandchildren; and one
great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held
Monday, August 7, at 2:00
p.m. (CDT) from the Peavy
Funeral Home with Rev. Don
Gray and Rev. Willie Gray
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the Mt. Olive
Cemetery in Altha.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. 850-
674-2266.

DANIEL DALLAS HANNA
Mr. Daniel Dallas Hanna,
84, of Altha, passed away
Saturday, August 5, 2006, at
his home.
Dallas was born on
September 22, 1921, in Altha
and had lived there all of his
life. Dallas was a retired cab-
inet maker and was a veteran
of WWII serving in the United
States Army with the first
calvary division. Mr. Hanna
was Past Master of the Red
Level Masonic Lodge #134 in
the Alliance Community near
Altha, Scottish Rite Bodies in
SPanama City, member of the
Eastern Star Chapter 179 in
Blountstown, Past Worthy
Patron of the Adrian Eastern
Star Chapter #25 in Grand
Ridge.
Survivors include one son,
Paul Hanna, of Altha; two
daughters, Sue Williams of
Coco, FL, and Martha
Hodgekins of Colorado
Spring CO; one sister, Louise
Pierce of St. Augustine; six
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
held Friday, August 11, at
2:00 p.m. (CDT) from the
Altha First Baptist Church in
Altha with Rev. Jim McIntosh
officiating. The family will
receive friends Thursday,
August 10, from 6:00 8:00
p.m. (CDT) at the Peavy
Funeral Home.
All arrangements are
under the direction of Marlon.
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. '850-
674-2266.

EVELYN BROOMS
MCDANIEL
Mrs. Evelyn Brooms
McDaniel, 81,' of Biloxi,
passed away Wednesday,
August 2, 2006, in Biloxi.
Mrs. McDaniel was born in
Coffee County, Alabama, and
was a long time resident of.
Bristol before moving to
Biloxi with her son in 1993.
Survivors include a son,
Donnie McDaniel and his
wife,. Jerri.: of Saucier,
Mississippi; a brother, Jerry
Brooms and his wife, Gladys,
of St. Cloud, FL; six grand-
children, Robin Sadler,
Duane and Steven Wingate,
Lisa, Jason and Jacob

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McDaniel; six great grand-
children, Morgan and Cierra
Hobby, Chance Sadler,
Constance, Austin and
Andrew Wingate; a nephew,
Rodney and Donald Brooms;
and her niece, Tina Matheny.
Funeral services were held
at 12:00 EST, Monday,
August 7, from the graveside
of Lake Mystic Cemetery in
Bristol.
Adams Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrange-
ments, ph. 850-643-5410 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.


Arrow of
Truth
by Rev. R. W. Waterman .

Our Church Leaders
I Thessalonlans 5:12-13
One reason we love our
spiritual leaders is because
they are under God's
appointment.
We "esteem them very
highly in love for their work's
sake." They are God's
anointed to represent Him
here. While subject to flaws
and mistakes, spiritual lead-
ers.have a divine assignment
to be there. As long as the
leader is faithful to his call-
ing, we honor Christ by lov-
ing and supporting His ser-
vant. Even differences
between them should be
expressed in a loving atmos-
phere.
Unless the divine inspira-
tion and power is upon our
church, nothing eternal will
be accomplished. The suc-
cess of a spiritual leader is
not first the statistical results
obtained, but the quality of
the spiritual atmosphere cre-
ated by the mutual relation-
ship.
A.W. Toyer, once, said: "If'
the Holy Spirit were with-
drawn from our churches
today, 95% of what they did
would stop, and everybody
would know the difference.
To create such. a spiritual
climate, is it not absolutely
essential that a two way love
relationship prevail? A
church without love and
God's anointing is a pitiful
inferior dis .ioruton of the mes-
sage w\e proclaim.
According to I Corinthians
13:13, of all the spiritual
gifts, the principal ingredient
still stands immovable, "The
greatest of these is love."


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with
Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We,
REJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
205b00 Central Ave. West 850-674-8254
Blountstown, Florida 850-674-3144
STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR

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


Blountstown First
iAssembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals
Sunday Services Hwy. 20 West
Sunday School...9:45 AM 0 e
Morning Worship...ll:00 AM 13th Steet
Evening Worship...5:00 PM Blountstown, FL
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM 850-674-4331




Sunday Worship Service... 10:30 AM/CT
Bible Study..All Ages...6:00 PM/CT
Wednesday Devotion & Choir Practice
6 PM/CT
Dr. Paul Joyner Pastor
We Invite you to jlin us for these services.
"Warm your heart train your mind"


Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL 674-7525
Pastor: Rev. Dave Odum
Sunday School...9:30 AM Worship Service... 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study...6:00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
and Jesus Christ Is Lord"


St. Mary Missionary

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


WORSHIP SERVICE:
SUNDAY
8:30AM & 10:15 AM
19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5747 email: info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: www.rivertownchurch.info



SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM WWWdtapnns.cm/Suthside/
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674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon


Family


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Deadline
Monday Noon


Abe Springs PHC to Friends Day. Our guest 3:00 p.m. Dr. Delvin Williams
speaker will be Dr. J.B. and congregation will be our
host concert Aug. 12 Duval, Moderator of Greater guest speaker of St. John
Bethlehem Association. Our M.B. Church, Panama City.
Abe Springs Pentecostal prayers are this will be a spir- Dinner will be served after
Holiness Church would like it filled three day celebration the morning service.
to invite you to a night of where our Lord and Savior For more information
worship in song featuring will receive the Glory. please feel free to contact Dr.
'Stepping Out On Faith' from Whether you are family, C.L. Wilson at 643-4107,
Marianna on August 12, at friends or perhaps a co-work- Chairperson Deborah Yon-
6:00 p.m. CDT. er our desire is you will leave Hammond at 674-2453 or
The church is located on there and feel you have a Deacon Roy Blue, 674-4432.
CR 275 S in Blountstown. If spiritual feel. The church is located at
you have any questions Sunday, August 13, at 16345 SE River St.
please call 762-2146.

St. Mary's to celebrate Ca** k
94th anniversary We would like to express son. Thank you to both the
our deepest and most sincere Dixie Masonic Lodge #109
St. Mary Missionary, thanks and appreciation to and the Marianna Chapter
Baptist Church Family cor- the community for all their #129 and Blountstown
dially invite you to their 94th support during the illness Chapter #179 Orders of the
Church Anniversary and death of our loved one. Eastern Star for giving
Celebration on August 11, Area churches, friends, and Masonic and Eastern Star
12, and 13. We will also have neighbors offered food, com- Rites. Our gratitude goes to
our family and friends fellow- fort, and prayers. You have Marlon Peavy for his sensitiv-
ship on Friday, August 11, at touched our hearts with your ity in helping make decisions
6:00 p.m. The Rev. kind words and thoughtful- at a very difficult time.
Corkerham of Pleasant Hill ness. Percy H. Brown was a
Baptist Church in Grand We wish to thank devoted husband, father, and
Ridge along with Rev. Dudley Covenant Hospice of grandfather. He left a legacy
of Rocket Hill Missionary Marianna for helping provide to our family that will live on
Baptist Church, Rock Bluff, our loved one the privilege of forever. His life was enriched
will be our guest speakers. being at home during his last by the presence of so many
Saturday, August., 12. at days. We wish to thank Revs friends who are now helping
6:00 p.m., our Ministers of Ron Burger and David our family through this very
Music will host a musical fea- Womack for the beautiful emotional time. Each of you
turning Macedonia Male Choir eulogies. We feel they really had a special place in his
of Panama City, Faith Temple expressed who Percy was and heart and now he lives on in
Gospel Singers of Sneads and captured his personality, each of you.
the Fantastic West Male Their visits were always
Choir of Blountstown. uplifting to all of us. We God bless you all,
Sunday, August 13, at 11:00 thank Eddie Clemmons for The family of
a.m. will be Family and sharing his spiritual gift of Percy H. Brown




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CHANGES ARE HAPPENING EVERY DAY IN DOWNTOWN BLOUNTSTOWN. A portion of the
old Anders building on North Main Street was trimmed away recently to make way for
additional parking at the NAPA Auto Parts store in the neighboring building. Joel Edwards,
who owns the NAPA store, says, "We're trying to improve access to our building, provide
parking and a place to back out so people don't have to back out into traffic."











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THE DILAPIDATED BUILDING THAT WAS ONCE HOME TO THE SIDETRACK SANDWICH
SHOP on the corner of North Main and Folsom Avenue was demolished recently to clear
a site for a new business. Dr. Myron Schrock recently purchased the property and plans
to open his own dentist office soon. "I'm hoping to start building in January and aiming
to move In October of 2007," Dr. Schrock tells The County Record


SCoverage available to Fla.


businesses denied insurance
TALLAHASSEE-Tom to Governor Bush' bone of our economy. There
1Gallagher, Florida's chief "Eight storms inflicting, are some real opportunities
financial officer, applauded $38 billion in insured losses to provide further relief for
last week's decision by the have created a crisis in Floridians, and fighting 'for
SGovernor and Cabinet to Florida's property insurance homeowners remains my
p approve reactivating the market, and our state's number one priority."
E Commercial Joint .homeowners and business Since the hurricanes of
Underwriting Association owners .are being held 2004, Tom Gallagher has
SIJLIAl. The JUA will provide hostage as a result," said made several recommenda-
Sproperty insurance coverage Gallagher. '"The solution I tions to the Cabinet 'and
F to Florida's business owners recommended and we Legislature which have pro-
:who have been unable to approved today \\ill help pro- vided relief to Florida's home-
secure it from private compa- vide basic coverage to Florida owners, including the elimi-
i Wies. Gallagher recommend- employers who employ thou- nation of the double-
ed the JUA as a short-teim n sands of hardworking. citi-
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O'er the next few years numerous important decisions ill have to be
S. made by the School Board of Calhoun County. These decisions will
impact all citizens, children, parents, grandparents and taxpayers for
[( lr 1 generations to come.

j I I have a vested interest in the future of our county:


S* Parent of a school age child
JI Grandparent of a school age child
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S* Life long resident of Calhoun County

j JIt would be an honor to serve as your next
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If you have any questions or comments please call:
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Calhoun Co.

rancher's bull

included in

Angus report
Charles R. Jenkins of
Altha owns one bull listed in
the 2006 Fall Sire Evaluation
Report published by the
American Angus Association,
Saint Joseph, Missouri.
Issued in both the spring and
fall, the new report features
the latest performance infor-
mation available on 6,369
sires, and is currently acces-
sible at www.angussire-
search.com.
"This report provides both
Angus breeders and commer-
cial cattle producers using
Angus genetics with accu-
rate, predictable selection
tools for improving their
herd," says Bill Bowman,
American Angus Association
director of performance,.pro-
grams. Expected Progeny
Differences (EPDs) are gener-
ated from the performance
database of the American
Angus Association, which
includes information submit-
ted by more than 9,100
Angus breeders this past
year through the
Association's Beef
Improvement Records (BIR)
program.
EPDs are available for 17
traits and 5 $Value selection
indexes. The $Values are
designed, to assist commer-
cial producers in simplifying
the genetic selection process.
The semi-annual analysis for
the Sire Evaluation Report
contains more than 15 mil-
lion measures used to gener-
ate nearly 38 million EPDs
for the Angus breed..

Deadline Friday

to pickup Murder

Mystery tickets
The Blountstown Main
Street's Murder Mystery
Dinner Theatre set for Sept.
14 and 16 at the historic old
courthouse has completely
sold out!
If you have reserved tick-
ets, please ,stop by the
Chamber office to pick thrnm
up. Friday 'is the .ler-idlirh.-
Call 6'74-41,51-: i:r details.
Also, Murder Mystery
Committee Chairs are
reminded to meet Friday at
noon at El Jaliscd.


* Married to Deborah Cayson Hassig with three children, Adam, Anna and
Ayers
* Parents Donnie & Gail O'Bryan of Blountstowh and the late Dan M.
Hassig Sr. .
SDeborah's parents Bug and Betty Ann Cayson of Blountstown
* Grandparents The late Lee and Francis Pitts of Abe Springs
* Blountstown High School Graduate 1980
* BS Degree from Appalachian State University, 1989
*Seven years Active Duty U.S. Army
SMajor nine years U.S. Army Reserves
.Two combat tours in Iraq 101st Airborne Division, 1st Armor Division/1 st
Calvary Division
SRussell Corporation, 14 years, National Account Executive East Coast
U.S.A.


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Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Bryan
Turbeville 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. 432 Year of Issuance: 1999
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Commence at the Southwest Corner of the
West 1/2 of Northeast 1/4 of Northwest 1/4
of Section 31, Township 2 North, Range 11
West, run East 220 feet; thence run North
880 feet to POINT OF BEGINNING. Then
run East 100 Feet; thence North 40 feet;
thence West 100 feet; thence South 40 feet
to POINT OF BEGINNING. The above
described land is also known as Lot 11,
Block P-10, in an unrecorded plat in
Calhoun County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Richard C.
Hardison, Sr., and Evelyn Hardison, 277
High St., Ste 2, Ellsworth, MN 04605.
"Said Property being the County of CAL-
HOUN, STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such certifi-
cate shall be SOLD to the highest bidder at
the Courthouse door on the 7th day of
September, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY
Clerk of Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
July 29; Aug. 2, 9, 16, 2006


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Bryan
Turbeville 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. 321 Year of Issuance: 1999
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Southwest
1/4 of Southwest 1/4 of Southwest 1/4,
Section 4, Township 1 North, Range 11
i West, Calhoun County, Florida.
I- NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Sharon L.
SBloch, 4220 Farner Ave., Waterford, MI
148329
t. Said Property being the County of CAL-
SHOUN, STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such
Certificate shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such certifi-
cate shall be SOLD to the highest bidder at
the Courthouse door on the 7th day of
September, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY
Clerk of Circuit Court of.
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
July 29; Aug. 2, 9, 16, 2006


Legal Notice


The Board of County Commissioners reject any and all bids.
reserves the right to reject any or part of all PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
bids. August 9, 2006
August 2, 9, 2006


Legal Notice Legal Notice
INVITATION TO BID


FOR SALE
The Northwest Florida Regional Housing
Authority will accept sealed bids until the
close of business on Friday, August 18,
2006 for (7) 50" Lawnmowers. Bids will be
publicly opened and read at 10:00 a.m. on
Monday, August 21, 2006 at the Central
Office of the Authority at 5302 Brown Street,
Graceville, Florida. The successful bidder
will be determined by the highest offer and
will be notified immediately upon comple-
tion of bid opening process. The successful
bidder shall be prepared to complete the
purchase by the end of the business day on
Monday, August 21, 2006. For additional
information, call 850-263-4442, ext. 5316.
The Authority reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Aug. 2, 9, 2006


Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On August 18, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. (CST),
R & R Warehouses will dispose of the con-
tents (6) storage units from Bristol and (10)
storage units from Blountstown at'R & R
Warehouses in Blountstown at 19300 SR 20
W. (850) 674-5478.
The units are believed to contain house-
hold and/or personal property, of the follow-
ing tenants:


Notice is hereby given that sealed bid pro-
posals will be received by the Calhoun
County Board of County Commissioners
until 1:30 P,M. (CDT), Wednesday,
September 6, 2006, for the following items
to be purchased by said Board, for and on
behalf of Calhoun County, Florida. Bids will
be opened and read aloud at 2:00 P.M.
(CDT), or as soon thereafter as practical on
that date.
ONE (1) 78 HP Minimum Multi Terrain
Loader with Work Tools
Specifications may be picked up at the
Calhoun County Emergency Management
Office, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room G-
40 (located in the basement of the
Courthouse), Blountstown, Florida, during
normal working hours. Bidders must show
in their bids the total price of the equipment.
All prices F.O.B., Calhoun County,
Blountstown, 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.
Proposals must be clearly labeled on the
envelope, "Bid on Equipment


Ken Stephens Payment will be within thirty (30) days of
Kenny Moore equipment and receipt of invoice.
Cherlyn Morgan
Chandra Jones Address all bids to the Calhoun County
Voloria McCray Board of Commissioners, Clerk of Court,
Teresa McDonald 20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130,
Daniel Reed Blountstown, Florida.
Sabrina Cooper
Margie Stefanko The purchaser is exempt from payment of
Mellssa Lee Federal Excise Tax and Florida Sales Tax.
Belinda Hall Said taxes must not be included in the bid
Lana Weeks
Branton Swanson
Bellina Jacobs
All units not paid in full by this date wil'
be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUC
TIONI9,200
Aug. 2, 9, 200(
na upt~


Legal Notice
PUBLIC AUCTION
Paul's Wrecker Service will hold a public
auction on August 28, 2006 at 10:00 a.m
(C.T.).
1990 Honda Accord
Vin# 1HGCB7659LA107762
Brown in Color
Auction will be held at Paul's Wrecker
Service, 17311 N.E. Pear Street


WEATHERIZATION BIDS Blountstown, Florida.
The Board of County Commissioners will.
Accept sealed bids on August 15, 2006 at Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the righi
2:10 P.M. or as soon afterwards as practical to reject any and all bids.
in the County Commission Board Room, PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
20859 Central Avenue East, in August 9, 2006
Blountstown, Florida for contractors inter-
ested in the weatherizing of houses and
'I-,.: -Le al Notice
:hi:...- 1 0I:-:* A.M. P-1j i I:. 8- *E?;j.-r x :
cir r.,- de proof :*1 *.r..riJ L.it.L ar.-J .' PUBIIC AUCTION ":
S\. :rl n : Compensation Insurance in the
Bid Package. The Insurance must be in Paul's Wrecker Service will hold a public
force at the time of the bid opening. As an auction on August 28, 2006 at 10:00 a.m
alternative to providing Workman's (C.T.).
Compensation Insurance, the prospective
bidder shall provide proof of worker's com- 1989 Cherokee Jeep
pensation exemption. Any person claiming Vin #1J4FJ38LXKL571143
to be exempt shall be subject to an on-the- Burgundy In Color
job inspection for proof of exemption and
v license of all workers on job site. For further Auction will be held at Paul's Wrecker
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price.
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners reserves the right to waive
informalities in any bid, to accept and/or
reject any or all bids on whole or in part with
just cause, and to accept the bid that in
their judgment will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County. If you have any questions,
please call Don A. "Sonny" O'Bryan at (850)
674-8075.
August 9, 16, 2006


Legal Notice

CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE
FEMA-FL-DR 1545/DR 1595 PACKAGE
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PROJECT #14.085
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
5
DR-1545 PW #4416-0 COUNTY ROAD 8
DR-1545 PW #4405-0 SW COUNTY ROAD
19
DR-1595 PW #7928-0 SMITH TOWER
ROAD
The project scope includes; cleaning of exist-
ing ditches, culvert relays, grading and
shaping of existing roadway, placement of
fill material, and placement of limerock as
specified..
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 entity crimes.
Completion date for this project will be 120
days from the date of the Noticetd Proceed
presented to the successful bidder.
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the project on the specified date will be set
at $200.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid
is for.
Bids will be received until 1:30 p.m. (C.T.),
on Wednesday, September 6, 2006, at the
Calhoun County Clerk's Office, Calhoun
County Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue
East, Room 130, Blountstown, Florida
32424, and will be opened and read aloud
on Tuesday, September 6, 2006, at 5:00
p.m.(C.T.).


Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
$25.00 per set and is non-refundable.
Checks should be made payable to PREBLE-
RISH, INC.
The Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to waive informalities in
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
Calhoun County.
If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
August 9, 16, 2006


NOTICE OF PUBLIC TEST OF

VOTE TABULATING EQUIPMENT
The Calhoun County Canvassing Board will convene at the office of the
Calhoun County Supervisor of Elections, 20859 Central Avenue East,
Room G-10, Blountstown, Florida at 9 a.m. on Monday, August 14,
2006. The Canvassing Board is convening for the testing of ballot
tabulating equipment to be used for the September 5, 2006, primary
election. The board may also discuss other matters relating to the
September 5, 2006, primary election.


In accordance with the Sunshine Law of Florida, this meeting will be
open to the public.


Note: Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, states that if a person
decides to appeal any decision by a board, agency, or commission with
respect to any matter considered at a meeting or hearing, he or she will
need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.


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tance are being sent home Florida's telephone compa-
with Florida public school nies. The telecommunica-
children to reach Floridians tions companies participat-
who need help acquiring tele- ing in the effort are
phone service or paying the BellSouth, Embarq, Verizon.
monthly phone bill. TDS Telecom, Windstream
Calhoun County is one of (formerly known as ALLTEL).
14 in the state to be included NEFCOM, GT Corn, ITS
in the assistance program. Telecommunications
Others -are Polk, Duval, Systems, Smart City
Volusia. Dixie, Lafayette, Telecommunications., and
Maratee, Pinellas, Lee, Frontier Communications.
Escambia, Desoto, Brevard, Parents and consumers
Hardee, and Madison. can learn more about Link-
The applications will be; Up Florida and Lifeline
included in each student's Assistance by calling their
back-to-school packet for his local telephone companies.
or her family. Applications the Office of Public Counsel
are provided. in English, at 1-800-540-7039, or the
Spanish. and Haitian Creole PSC: at .1-800-342-3552.
(Dade County only). The Application forms may also
application is for enrollment be accessed via the PSC's
in the Link-Up Florida and. Web site at
Lifeline Assistance programs. www.floridapsc.corn.
Link-Up Florida provides a
50% reduction in the tele- Beginner birding
phone service hook-up
charge, up to a maximum of workshop offered
$30. The Lifeline Assistance
program provides up to a at Maclay Gardens
$13.50 credit on qualified
residential local monthly' Alfred B. Maclay Gardens
phone. bills. State Park in Tallahassee will
Consumers are eligible for present a Birding for
sa ings on their monthly Beginners workshop on
phone bill if they participate. August 12 beginning at 8
in any of the following pro- a.m. ET. The program will
grams: Medicaid, Food include a multi-media pres-
Stamps, Temporary eitation on birding basics
Assistance for Needy Families and a short hike on the Big
(TANF), Supplemental Pine Trail.
Security Income (SSI), The program will take
Federal Public Housing place at the Lake Hall recre-
Assistance (Section 8), Low- action area. Park entry fees
Income Home Energy apply to participants; $3 for
Assistance (LIHEAP), and one person and $4. for two to
National School Lunch eight persons in one vehicle.
Program Free Lunch Participants are encouraged
(BellSouth, Embarq, and to bring water, binoculars
Verizon customers only). : If and bug repellant. Birding
the consumer's household certificates will be awarded to
income is low, he or she may youth attending the program.
qualify for assistance by con- Please call (850) 487-4556 to
acting the Office of Public make reservations. Alfred B.
Counsel at 1-800-540-7039. Maclay Gardens State Park is
This effort is co-sponsored located at 3540 Thomasville
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Calhoun County Commission Minutes


CALHOUN COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
AUGUST 1, 2006

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

The meeting was called to
order by Chairman Grant,
with prayer and pledge of
allegiance to the flag led by
Commissioner Pickron.


Florida Department of
Health (DOH) officials advise
all Floridians and visitors to
be aware of the warning signs
of heat exhaustion.
Heat exhaustion is a
milder form of heat-related
illness that can develop after
several days of exposure to
high temperatures and inad-
equate or unbalanced
replacement of fluids. Those
most prone to heat exhaus-
tion are elderly people, people
with high blood pressure or
heart disease, people working
or exercising in a hot envi-
ronment, and people who are
not acclimatized to the heat.
"We. ask that Floridians
and visitors to our State take
the proper precautions to
ensure safe summer days,"
said Secretary of Health M.
Rony Frangois, M.D.,
M.S.P.H., Ph.D. "Knowing the
warning signs of heat
exhaustion, as quick cooling
methods can save a life."


TIM JENKS, MAINTENANCE
DEPARTMENT UPDATE
Mr. Jenks updated the
Board on the activities of the
Maintenance Department.
He stated that his depart-
ment finished the playground
equipment at Cooper Park
and was waiting on the play-
ground equipment for
Ocheessee Park. He stated
they will begin work at the
voting precincts this month
to prepare for the upcoming
elections.
Commissioner Pickron
asked Mr. Jenks to cut the
grass on Chipola Road.

DON A. O'BRYAN,
EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT/GRANTS
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board a letter scheduling


Warning signs of heat
exhaustion VARY BUT MAY
include the following:
/ Heavy sweating
Paleness
S'Muscle cramps
/ Tiredness
V Weakness
V Dizziness
V Headache
V Nausea or vomiting
V Fainting
V Skin: may be cool and
moist
V Pulse! rate: fast and
weak
V Breathing:- fast and
shallow
If heat exhaustion is
untreated, it may progress to
heat stroke. Seek medical'
attention immediately if any
of the following occurs:
V Symptoms are severe.
V The victim has heart
problems or high blood pres-
sure.
Otherwise, help the victim
to rapidly cool off and seek


a Senior Leadership Briefing
in the Emergency
Management Operations
Center (EOC), at the Calhoun
County Courthouse, on
Tuesday, August 15, 2006, at
1:00 p.m. (CT).
Mr. O'Bryan discussed
with the Board Hamilton
Springs Road. Ms. Annie
Davis and Mr. Roy Wood were
present asking the Board to
maintain Hamilton Spring
Road. After discussion, Mr.
O'Bryan recommended to the
Board to have the road sur-
veyed to determine the prop-
erty line.
Mr. Hall stated that he
wanted to do whatever it
takes to make the road safe.
After more discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Hall, seconded
by Commissioner Hunt and


medical attention if symp-
toms- worsen or last longer
than one hour. If heat
exhaustion is suspected, the
following cooling methods
may be effective:
s Drinking cool, nonalco-
holic beverages
V Resting in an air-condi-
tioned environment
V Taking a cool shower,
bath or sponge bath
V Wearing lightweight
clothing
V Preventing sun burn,
which damages the skin's
ability to dissipate heat by
wearing sunscreen of 30 spf.
DOH promotes and pro-
tects the health and safety of
all people in Florida through
the delivery of quality public
health services and the pro-
motion of health care stan-
dards. For more information
please visit
www.doh.state.fl.us or con-
tact your local county health
department.


carried to have a survey
done.

ATTORNEY FUQUA
Attorney Fuqua stated
that the Open Container
Ordinance will be ready for
adoption at the August 15,
2006 Board Meeting.
Attorney Fuqua discussed
with the Board the Technical
Review Committee's respon-
sibilities.

COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise pre-
sented to the Board a petition
with signatures requesting
that the Board pave the Hugh
Comerford Road. Mr. William
Sewell and Mr. Steve Scott
residents on the road dis-
cussed with the Board the
paving of the road.
Commissioner Hunt stated
that other petitions had been
presented on the paving of
roads in the County and he
felt that these roads should
be considered first.

RUTH ATTAWAY, CLERK
Clerk Attaway discussed
with the Board the possibility
of recognizing a leave of
absence, after the fact, for
retirement purposes taken by
Glennell Morris, County
employee from.
After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Hall Seconded by
Commissioner Wise and car-


ried to grant this leave of
absence to Glennell Morris.
Clerk Attaway asked the
Board to allow Doris Burkett,
Tax Collector to retain in her
Budget money collected for
returned checks. After dis-
cussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Hunt, sec-
onded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to allow Ms.
Burkett to retain the return
check fee money in her budg-
et.
Clerk Attaway presented
to the Board a letter from. the
Chipola Workforce
Development Board, Inc. ask-
ing the Board to appoint a
representative from the pri-
vate sector to represent
Calhoun County. The Board
tabled this request until the
August 15, 2006 Board
Meeting.
Clerk Attaway presented a
memo from Margie Laramore,
Supervisor of Elections
requesting that the Board
appoint a substitute member
of the Calhoun County
Canvassing Board. She stat-
ed that Commissioner Wise
would be an ideal substitute
because he attended the
Canvassing Board Workshop
presented by the Florida
State Association of
Supervisors of Elections.
After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Pickron, seconded by
Commissioner Hunt and car-


ried to appoint Commissioner
Wise to the Board.
Clerk Attaway stated that
Nettle Ridge Volunteer Fire
Department asked that the
Board pre-pay $2,000.00
that they will receive from the
Hurricane VFA Prevention
Grant Program. After discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to pre-pay the
$2,000.00. for the Nettle
Ridge Volunteer Fire
Department.
Clerk Attaway stated that
the emergency medical
matching grant for
$81,000.00 was approved.
She stated that to acquire
this money, the Board would
have to pre-pay the
$81,000.00. After discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Hunt, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to pre-pay the
requested $81,000.00.
Clerk Attaway updated the
Board on the purchase of
land for a new jail.
The minutes of July 18,
2006 were approved as pre-
sented.
There being no further
business,, the Board, did
adjourn.

RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
CLERK
TRUMAN GRANT,
CHAIRMAN


BY LINDA WILLIAMS starts at 7:00. This week's other Saturday morning they
Mossy Pond VFD food special will be pulled have training.
pork sandwiches, hot dogs, Friends of the library are
There is a lot of exciting chips, and sodas. having another picnic on
news from Mossy Pond! Beautiful people this week Aug. 12 at 11 a.m. Bring a
Our first bingo game was are all the firefighters who covered dish and have some
really great. People had fun, clean and set up the fire fun.
won money, and met new house for our bingo. The If you know anyone that
friends. Don't forget that we meetings.are still being held likes to play bingo, come on
are going to have this every the first and third Thursday out.
Saturday night at the, fire of the month at 6:30 for the Have a good week and take
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ON AN ORDINANCE CHANGING

THE USE OF LAND


CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA

The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners proposes to
adopt an ordinance affecting the use of land by amending the Calhoun
County Comprehensive Plan to approve a Large Scale Future Land Use
Map Amendment which will Change approximately 140 acres located on
Highway 73, approximately 1/2 mile South of the intersection of Highway
20 and 73, in Clarksville, from Agriculture to Mixed Use Rural Residential
Land Use. The property is located in Sections 1, Township 1 South,
Range 10 West.


ORDINANCE NO. 2006-07 5C

AN ORDINANCE OF THE
BOARD OF COUNTY I" 2. jr !, jf
COMMISSIONERS OF z. acu
CALHOUN COUNTY, 73 C
FLORIDA, ADOPTING A X
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN C\
AMENDMENT, AS REQUIRED
BY CHAPTER 163, FLORIDA
STATUTES, DESIGNED TO Large Sae
AMEND THE FUTURE LAND Use Map
USE MAP TO APPROVE A
LARGE SCALE MAP
AMENDMENT, AUTHORIZING
THE TRANSMITTAL OF THE K
AMENDMENTS TO THE
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS;
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT ..

SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


The Calhoun County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the
adoption of a Large Scale Amendment to the Future Land Use Map, on
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2006, at 4:00 P.M., to consider recommendations to
the Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners regarding the
amendment. The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a
Public Hearing on the ordinance for adoption of the Large Scale Amendment,
on TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2006, at 5:00 P.M. in the Commission Meeting
Room of the County Courthouse. A copy of said ordinances may be inspected
by the public at the Office of the Calhoun County Clerk of Court.

Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made with
respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will needa record
of these proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
August 2, 9, 2006


In hot weather, be aware of



heat exhaustion symptoms


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS ON.

PROPOSED CHANGES TO DENSITIES

FOR LAND USES IN CALHOUN COUNTY


The Calhoun County Local Planning Agency and the Calhoun
County Board of County Commissioners have scheduled Public Hearings
regarding Changes to the Goals, Objectives and Policies of the Calhoun
County Comprehensive Land Use Plan.

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The proposed. changes include amendments to the Goals,
Objectives and Policies of the Calhoun County Comprehensive Land Use
Plan, Future Land Use Element and Conservation Element, which
increase the allowable development densities in areas that
include Wetlands and Floodplains and other environmentally
Sensitive Areas. These proposed changes will increase density in
Environmentally Sensitive Areas from one (1) unit per twenty (20) acres,
to one (1) unit per ten (10) acres.

The Calhoun County Planning Commission vill hold a Public
Hearing on the proposed Amendments on TUESDAY, August 15,
2006, at 4:00 P.M., to consider recommendations to the Calhoun
County Board of County Commissionersregarding the amendments. The
Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a Public
Hearing on the proposed Amendments, on TUESDAY, August 15,
2006, a.5:00 P.M.. in the Commission Meeting Room of the County
Courthouse to consider transmittal of the proposed amendmentsto DCA.

A copy of proposed amendment may be inspected by the public at the
Office of the Calhoun County Building Department.

Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made
with respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will
need a record of these proceedings, and for this purpose such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.

Ruth Attaway, Clerk of Court
'August2, 9,2006
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Linda O'Bryan honored on retirement
Retired Carr School teacher, Mrs. Linda O'Bryan, was honored during a pre-school breakfast
on Aug. 1st in the media center. Teachers and staff presented her a handmade quilt for many
years of service to our county. We wish her a happy and healthy retirement!




Boyd is working on




rural health issues


o Congressman Allen Boyd.
(D-North Florida) this week
hosted a meeting with the
District Healthcare Council
to discuss local healthcare
issues and concerns, includ-
ing federal appropriations
requests and rural hospitals
an North Florida. The District
,Healthcare Council is com-
'prised of 24 representatives
from 16 counties across
North Florida.
S"Access to quality, afford-
able healthcare is a critical
.tart of American life," said
Congressman Boyd.
"Although much more needs.
,to. be done in \W:ashington.
,there is more that we can- do
at home as well. It is my
hope that .the District
IHealthcare Council will start
thinking regionally, so the
!counties can come together
and pool their resources to



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Attorney General Charlie
Crist has announced that
even more Floridians will now
be able to take advantage of a
website that helps con-
sumers comparison shop to
save money on their presc rip-
tion drugs.
Crist said his office has
doubled the types of pre-
scription medications listed
at the www.MyFloridaRx.com
website, enabling consumers
to find the best prices on the
:100 most commonly, pre-
scribed medications arid
their generic equivalents.


improve the overall quality of
healthcare iii North Florida."
At this week's meeting,
Congressman Boyd had two
main objectives for the
District Healthcare Council.
The first objective was for the
council to focus on regional-
ized. problem solving. Up to
this point,, the Congressman
had asked the counties to
focus on their individual con-
cerns. However, at this meet-
ing, Congressman Boyd
encouraged. members of the
District Healthcare Council
to consider the healthcare
concerns of surrounding
countqjeS as well. 'he sec,.:.nd
:.objective was to push the
counties to work more close-
ly with the business commu-
nity and state and local agen-
cies and make them active
participants in achieving the
healthcare goals of Norith


Florida.
Congressman Boyd
formed the District
Healthcare Council in 2005
to tackle, healthcare issues
locally. Each county was
given the task of choosing a
representative to serve on the
District Healthcare Council.
Representing Calhoun
County is David Odum with
the Calhoun County Health
Department.
"The District Healthcare
Council assembles people
from all different professions
and points of view'so that the
discussions arid solutions
will be .comprehensive and
representative .of our unique
district," Boyd stated. "By
bringing the district together,
we can better serve the
healthcare needs of North
Floridians."


Offers price




prescriptions


The searchable database
is updated monthly to help
Floridians find the most cur-
rent prices on the top 100
prescription drugs. With
generic equivalents and dif-
ferent, dosage amounts
included in the database, the
website now allows con-
sumers to price some 600 dif-
ferent prescription options. A
few clicks at the website
makes it easy for consumers
to determine which pharma-
cies close to their homes offer
the.'best prices on .the med-
ications they need.


Infants to elderly


need vaccinations

.::: August is National needed for infants and school
.: Immunization Awareness age children. Chipola
Month., This month is recog- Healthy Start believes that
nized to increase the aware- Immunizations are one of the
ness of immunizations for most important ways parents
A.-,everyone from infants to the .can protect their children
elderly. against serious diseases. It is
t August is the perfect time critical that infants and
to remind family, friends, cp- young children are protected
S workers, and those in the through immunization
communitytv to catch up on because,they are particularly
'their vaccinations. Because vulnerable to infectious dis-
tstudents are returning to. eases. Parents and
school and health care work- Caregivers need to take
iers are preparing for the responsibility for their child's
S upcoming flu season, immu- vaccinations and are encour-
tnizations are important to aged to become informed
[prevent vaccine-preventable consumers and keep a record
[diseases that tens of thou- of each immunization visit.
'sands of people in the U. S. Talk with your healthcare
still die from today. Vaccines provider for more information
'offer safe and effective pro- on immunization. Contact
section from infectious dis- Chipola Healthy Start at 482-
eases. By staying up to date 1236 or toll free at 1-877-
on the recommended vac- 892-9593 to find out what
tcines, individuals can protect immunizations are needed
themselves as well as their for your infant or child. You
children. Chipola Healthy can also go to
*Start is doing its part by edu- www.cdc.gov/nip to find out
icating the community as to more, about the National
'what immunizations are Immunization Program.


Since it was launched in
June r005. the website has
attractI.d an average of more
than 4, lC,10 visitors per week
for a total of 254,203 internet
users as of midnight Monday.
"We are pleased to offer
even m're help to Florldlans
to- stretch their health care
dollars,!? said Crist. "More
products mean more savings
for those trying to hold down
bills for prescription drugs."
The website allows con-
sumers to compare prices for
prescription .drugs charged
by pharmacies in their city,
and even within their individ-
ual zip code. Helpful infor-
mation is available in both
English and Spanish, and
the search results can be
easily viewed and even down-
loaded to a spreadsheet so
consumers can review all
prices at their convenience.
MyFloridaRx.com is designed
to assist consumers of all age
.groups.
Prices on
MyFloridaRx.com reflect
what an uninsured, con-
sumer, with no discount or
supplemental plan, would
normally pay. Because the
information on the website is
'based on data provided to the
state by the 'pharmacies
themselves, prices shown on
the website are not guaran-
teed and are subject to
change. The website was
launched in June 2005 with
the assistance of the Agency
for Health Care
Administration.
To access the website, go
to: http://www.MyFlorida
Rx,com.


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*** LPNScheduling Coordinator ***
In addition to competitive benefits, we are a SMILE certified facility (safe
minimal lifting environment). Please call Sue Whittington, DON
@ 850-674-5464



JOB OPPORTUNITY
Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown is seeking a
Certified Dietary Manager
to join our team. Responsibilities include ensuring our
residents receive adequate nutritional services, provide
appropriate care plans, work with the interdisciplinary
team and complete necessary documentation regarding
the residents medical care as it relates to nutrition.

The successful candidate will supervise and direct the
Dietary Department and is responsible for ordering
food, supplies, equipment, maintaining a budget and
assist in recruiting and hiring dietary personnel.

Qualified applicants should apply in person at
Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown
17884 NE Crozier Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
Phone (850) 674-5464/Fax (850) 674-9384
Aug. 9, 16, 23, 2006


SERVICEMAN III CHIPLEY
Alabama Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AEC) is seeking a Serviceman III
for the Operating Services Department at the Chipley District in
Chipley, Florida. This position assists in the maintenance and
construction of transmission lines and performs inspections of
transmission and distribution facilities. Must have valid drivers license
and must be able to obtain Commercial Drivers License (CDL) within
18 months (must be 21 years of age to obtain CDL). Must be capable
of performing all phases of maintenance and repair of transmission line
facilities and inspection of transmission and distribution facilities. Must
be capable of responding to call-out or on-call status. Must have ability
to climb transmission structures and perform tasks while at these
heightsand must demonstrate the ability to climb during, the
probationary period. Must have the ability to operate heavy equipment
such as road tractors, digger derricks and bucket trucks. Must be
capable of being placed on AEC's switching list within twenty-four (24)
months. AEC offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits
program. Candidates .: n.:, r,- i irn re-urerrnenrsI;should apply through
iie- Cirnple, n.-e -Sip C r.r C nier,-. 75- H,:.l Street, Chipley, Florida
32428 by close of business on Friday, August 18, 2006.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Aug. 9, 10.2006


SERVICEMAN CHIPLEY

Alabama Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AEC) is seeking a Serviceman I for
the Operating Services Department at the Chipley District in Chipley,
Florida. This position is to perform maintenance and construction of
transmission lines and to perform inspections of transmission and
distribution facilities. .Must have valid drivers license and Commercial
Drivers License (CDL). Must have seventy-two (72).months experience
in a related field with at least thirty (30) months experience in performing
maintenance or construction of transmission line facilities. Must be
capable of responding to call-out or on-call status.. Must be capable of
performing all phases of maintenance and repair.of transmission line
facilities including hot line work with no direct supervision. AEC offers a
competitive salary and comprehensive benefits program. Candidates
who meet the requirements should apply through the Chipley One Stop
Career Center, 757 Hoyt Street, Chipley, Florida 32428 by close of
business on Friday; August 18, 2006.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER
Aug. 9,16 2006


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


BOAT & MOTOR
Bayliner boat, 1989, 16 ft.,
1750CS, 128 hp inboard motor,
seats 10 people, walk through win-
dow, rebuilt carburetor, new starter
cylinoid, electric tilt trim, trailer
included, $3500 OBO. Call 643-
6741 leave message

CARS & TRUCKS
Ford F-150 XLT, 2004, extended
cab, 5.4 V8, new tires, 69,000 miles.
$19,000 OBO. Call 850-447-1861.
Explorer, 2004 Eddie Bauer, fully
loaded, in excellent condition,
green/tan exterior, 43,000 miles,
asking payoff OBO. Call 447-0503
or 762-3279.


Ford Escort LX, 1996, black in
color. $1500 0BO. Call 557-3306.

FOR RENT
2 bdr. units. Nice, close to Bristol.
For further information call 643-
7569.
Cherokee Motel now open under
new management. American owned
and operated. Clean rooms. Cable
TV. Daily and weekly rates avail-
able. Call 850-674-8500.
2 bdr., 1 bath mobile home,
$325/mo, deposit required; 2 bdr., 1
bath mobile home, $125/weekly,
deposit required. No pets. Call 674-
7616.


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Rental Assistance

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16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
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pets. 674-4011.
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.
House, 3 bdr., 2 bath in town. Call
674-6909.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or fac-
tory refurbished computers,
Monitors, Inkjet & Laser Printers,
CD's, CD-RW, CD Drives, Zip
Driven, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call Russell A. Peterson at (850)
674-2958, 17785 Crozier St.,
Blountstown. E-mail:
russellp@digitalExpt.Com.
BED Brand New Queen
Orthopedic Pillow-Top Mattress Set.
In plastic, warranty, can deliver.
$250. 850-425-8374.
6 PC. BEDROOM SET -
Headboard, frame, dresser, mirror,
chest, night stand. NEW in boxes,
must sell $550. 850-222-9879.
SOFT & LOVESEAT. NEW
MICROFIBER, Stain' Resistant,
Lifetime Warranty, Still in Crate, Can
Deliver. Sug. List $1250, Sell $475,
850-545-7112.-
MATTRESS: King Size Orthopedic
3 pc. Set. New, unopened w/warran-
ty. Sacrifice $295. 850-222-2113.
Roaches? Use BUGMAX 365.
Guaranteed. Kills Ants too! Altha
Farmers Co-op (Blountstown), 674-
8194, (Altha), 762-3161 or Waldorff
Ace Hardware. 762-3228.-
Harmony Vineyard is now OPEN
at 8:00 a.m. for u-pick, we-pick.
Located at Hwy. 274 East of Altha.
850..762-8805.
Travel trailer, 2002 Trail-Lite, By
R-vision, 21V'6" ft., used 8 times,
under cover, brand new, nice inside,
sleeps 4, TV with VCR, CD & radio
system throughout. AC/heat.
Enclosed chassislundercarriage.
Moving, too small.....Negotiable,
850-674-4233, leave message.
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finish. Excellent condition. .Great for
piano lessons or a church group.
Call 674-5204.
Piano, upright, good condition,
sounds great. $600. Call 674-1277.
Prom/pageant dresses, beautiful
yellow princess gown, size 4 and two
full beaded gowns, XS. Call 447-
1350 or 674-1946.
Portable wood storage building;
12' x 24'; 288 sq. ft. Call 674-5449.
Snapper riding mower and more.
Call 674-9848.
Furniture: dining room suit, cher-
ry wood, seats 6 and comes with 2
leafs; china cabinet, roll top desk.
Call 237-2889
7ft. tall light blue swimming pool
slide. It was used with an in-ground
pool, but can be used with an above
ground pool as well if it has a deck.
Brand new, $1,300 will sell for $600
OBO. Call 643-4362.
Ceiling fans -4 large ceiling fans,
$15 each or $50for all; metal folding
doors, 48x80, $10. Call 674-1457.
Dunlop tires. Less than 800
miles, P23S70R16, $300 or best
offer. Call 674-2165 after 5 p.m.

LAND / HOME
2.3 acres or 4 lots. $45,000. Call
447-0348
1200 sq. ft. Block Special, Hwy.
12, Bristol. Call 447-0348
.88 acre. Land/Home Pkg.,
Blountstown. Call 447-0348.

SERVICES
Experienced caregiver and driver
Will sit with people in your house,
day, night, hour or week. Will trans-
port to doctor, therapist or shopping.
Will also shop for you. Driver and
character references available. Call
850-237-2476.

YARD SALE
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 a.m. until,
-at 17519,NE Church St. Cancel if
raining.
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 11:00
a.m., Cheryl Goodman and Edna,
Adkins at 20483 NE Bridges
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 a.m. on
11th St. in Shuler Brothers parking
lot. Items include: lots of clothes,
shoes, linens, pool, 14 ft x 3 1/2 ft.,
dishes, stuffed animals, and lots
more. Call 643-2398.


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Teacher certification


available at Chipola


MARIANNA-The Florida
Department of Education
recently designated Chipola
College as an Educator
Preparation Institute.
Dr. Kitty Myers, Vice
President of Instruction and
Baccalaureate Programs,
says, "This is great news for
anyone with a bachelor's
degree who is interested in
entering the teaching field."
The Educator Preparation
Institute is a program for col-
lege graduates with a bache-
lor's degree-in a subject
other than education-who
want to earn the credentials
to become a Florida certified
teacher.
Myers says the approxi-
mately year-long course of
study offers programs lead-
ing to certification in four
areas: math education, sci-
ence education, exceptional
student education and ele-
mentary education.
Students must complete
from 19 to 25 semester hours
of coursework as well as


some field experience.
Enrollees will work through
all three portions of the
Florida Teacher Certification
Examination during the pro-
gram. Those who successful-
ly complete the program will
receive certification from the
Department of Education.
Perhaps the best news for
aspiring teachers is the fact
that Chipola pays the tuition
through a Succeed Florida
grant.
In addition to the
Educator Preparation
Institute for students already
holding a bachelor's degree,
Chipola also awards bache-
lor's degrees in Mathematics
Education (6-12), Biology
Education (6-12), Middle
Grades Mathematics
Education (5-9) and Middle
Grades Science Education
(5-9), Tuition is free for these
programs as well.
For information about the
program, contact Dr. Myers
at 850-718-2276.


Apalachicola Creek


Tribe meeting Aug. 15


Apalachicola River Creek
Indian Tribal Organization
will hold their board meeting
on August 15th beginning at
7:00 p.m. (EDT).


The meeting will be held in
Room 314 in the Calhoun
County Courthouse. For
more information call 643-
2950 or 674-5151.


Insurance cont'd


WFEC employees complete training
Four West Florida Electric Cooperative (WFEC) employees recently completed a week-long supervisory train-
ing course. The Cooperative Supervisory Certificate presented by the National Rural Electric Cooperative
Association (NRECA), addresses the unique needs of new supervisors or those moving into supervisory posi-
tions. J.R. Willis, Operations Manager at the Graceville District Office; Doyle Short, Operations Manager at the
Bonifay District Office; Keith Lanier, Operations Manager at the Sneads District Office and Darrell Creel,
Engineering Technician/GIS Coordinator completed the nine interactive, co-op specific half-day courses,
which earned them credits towards a supervisory certificate. The curriculum was developed in response to
market research of co-op supervisors and CEOs to help supervisors manage people more efficiently. Some
of the courses completed by the WFEC employees included: Getting Started as a Supervisor, Personal Time
Management, A Supervisor's Role in Managing Change, Resolving Conflict Through Negotiation, Motivating
Employees and The Supervisor and Human Resources. Above (from left), WFEC President & CEO, Bill Rimes and
WFEC Board of Trustees, Engineering & Operations Chairman, Eugene Alford, present J.R. Willis, Doyle Short,
Keith Lanier and Darrell Creel with their NRECA Cooperative Supervisory Certificates and congratulate them
on a job well done. Also pictured is WFEC Vice President of Engineering & Operations, Ty Peel.







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deductible, the creation of a
simplified insurance policy
-checklist, and the approval of
$715 million dollars in insur-
ance rate-relief to Floridians
which eliminated a 20% per-
cent surcharge on homeown-
ers insurance bills this sum-
mer.
Gallagher, who serves on
the Cabinet, also recom-
mended last week that a
working group comprised of
representatives from the
S Governor's Office, Florida
Senate and House of
Representatives, Department
of Financial Services, State
Board of Administration and
the Office of Insurance
Regulationi explore lowering
the threshold of the Florida
Hurricane Catastrophe (CAT)
Fund from $5.2 billion to $3
billion. The Catastrophe
Fund provides reinsurance, to
insurance companies.
Gallagher said the
Catastrophe Fund has
proven to be a critical tool to
Florida's economy and cited
in today's Cabinet meeting
that the fund saves home-
-owners living in a $150,000
home in Miami as much as
$3,100 annually. He said
-that. for. homeowners in
Hillsborough or Escambia
County, the savings are as
much as $500 a year.
Gallagher said these sav-
ings are possible because

Foreign
requirement may be fulfilled
by taking two years of the
same foreign language at the
high school level or 8-10
hours of the same language
at the college level. Most
majors require a third foreign,
language course.
Fall registration for
returning studentss is Aug.
16. Registration for new and
returning students is August,
17-18. Classes begin Aug.
21 with late registration
through Aug. 25.
For information, call 850-
526-2761.


insurance companies pay 70
cents for every $1 of reinsur-
ance in the worldwide market
but pay less than a dime for
that same coverage through
our Catastrophe Fund. In
addition, Gallagher said that
when Florida insurers pur-
chase reinsurance on the
worldwide market, the money
is gone even when no storms
come. When those same
insurers buy it through the
Catastrophe Fund, that
money stays in Florida and
builds to pay future storm
claims.
Gallagher said if a consen-
sus is reached by the working
group making changes to the
CAT fund, then he recom-
mends that the governor call
for a special session.
"The sooner we put addi-
tional solutions in place, the
sooner we will be able to sta-
bilize insurance rates and
provide desperately needed
coverage to homeowners,"
Gallagher said.

'Art Alive' exhibit

at Veterans Mem.

Civic Center
The Liberty County Arts
Council is sponsoring the
third annual 'Art Alive' exhib-
it at the Veterans Memorial
Civic Centre on' August 25-
30,
It is the goal of the Council
to promote the work of our
area artists and to'develop
interest in the arts by our
youth and families.
If' you are interested in
-exhibiting your artwork, pho-
tography, pottery or any orig-
inal art please call Babs
Moran 643-5491 or Gloria
Keenan 643-5235 for addi-
tional information.

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Altha Public School

*Terms of Employment: 10 months/37.5 hours per week
* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule and
experience.
*Applicant Qualifications: Meet all District Qualifications for
highly qualified paraprofessional
*Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications should be
returned to the School Board office by August 11, 2006 12:00
Noon (CDT).
*A copy of the job duties pertaining.to this position is available
at Altha Public School.
* Questions concerning this opening may be directed to Mrs.
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