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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 2006
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2006 N 99th Year, No. 51 N BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


Man tries


to drive


truck into


his house
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
An Altha man was arrest-
ed Saturday night arid
charged with aggravated
assault and possession of
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana after allegedly
attempting to drive his truck
through.his house.
Dep. Nick Keller respond-
ed to a home on NW Palm
Beach Dnve after a report
that Jerr Robert Moore was
intoxicated and attempting to
drive his vehicle into the
home. Dep. Keller found a
Ford Bronco on the steps
near the front door of the
home and noted spin marks
behind the drive tire which
Was:buried six inches in the
cUrt. Moore was in the yard
and appeared heavily intoxi-
cated. A woman at the home
advised Moore had been
' drinking, became hostile
and began destroying, the
contents of the home. A
wooden rocking chair was
spotted next to the truck
See ARREST. page 4
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT








to aa sma business


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A new initiative known as
\\RED has paved the wav for
S195 million to be invested in
thirteen regional economies,
including Northwest Flonda.
Pam Tedesco of Florida's Great
Northwest spoke at the Calhoun
County Chamber of Commerce
meeting Thursday and came bear-
ing the good news: Funds to busi-
nesses are available through
\WIRED Workforce Innovation in
Regional Economic Development -
courtesy of the U.S. Department
of Labor.
According to Florida's Great
Northwest website, the WIRED
Northwest Florida Initiative is
designed to create high-wage.


high-skill jobs within the region m
the target industnes of aerospace
and defense. life science (medical
Device Manufacturing,. medical
technologies, health services, and
biotechnology). information tech-
nology & electronics Engineering.
alternative energy and construc-
Lion services.
Funds are available for the fol-
lowing:
V Entrepreneurship develop-
ment through a grant program
designed to enable qualifying
start-up compares to secure seed
capital.
V Grants enabling job training
for new and existing businesses in
the target industries.
v Secondary education acade-
See WIRED paoe 4


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Early voting is now underway

Calhoun Count,'s first earli
voter of the 2006 election sea-
son, David vlorni (left) of
Blountstowr,. chats with poll
deputy Bob Fleck in tre hall'wau
S ~ : outside the Elections Office in the
... Calhoun County Courtiouse
.--t i early Mvlonday mc.rning Doaio
arrived before the 8 a rn. t.Drt.in,:
time for early voting and had to
wait a few minutes. but he say i
he dian t mind one bit aned
enjoyed the opportunity for some
good con.ersatior Early, outingg
In Calhloou Count continuet?
'- throur, Septemter 2 in the
Calhoun County Elections Orfice
HOUrS are 8 o.m. to J1 pm.
% 0. rnvlorda, through Soturda, voters
o are errnnded to bring a photo
and signature ID irri triem rn hen
the,, 'ote early or when they, go
to n the polls.
P H C 'i'- r.IE L *'IrE ,rj.,- r v AJ 4 k


COURT


Woods win


noise suit


against


bog-in
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
After spending $30,000
on engineering and legal
fees, a Calhoun County fam-
ily has found some relief
from the noise they say haS
interfered with their quality
of life.
For over two years, Patti
Wood and her parents, Ronal
and Gail Wood, have beer
battling with Raymond and
Mary Goodwin, owners of
Tri-State Off Road Park, a
bog-in on Hwy. 73;
According to court records;
the Woods own a residence
and cottage near the 30 acre
parcel belonging I to the
Goodwins where the bog-irt
operates every Saturday
night and occasionally on
Friday anid Sundays. Patti
Wood resides in the cottage
on her family's property and
is the closest neighbor to the
bog-in. She says the
extremely loud noises gener-
ated by the off road park for
at least licur hours each
weekend ha\x e ad giving
nearby anything but pleas-
ant.
\'1ten the owner- of Tri-
State Off Road Park sought
approval from the Calhoun
County Commission back in
March 2004 to use the land
Ior a bog-in, a schematic
they presented in their apph-
cation indicated a five acre
site to be used as a "play
hole for two and four wheel
drive cars and trucks and
three and four wheelers" and
stated. "noise generated on-
site shall not exceed an aver-
age of 80 decibels (dbl at the
property lines."
Commissioners approved the
special land use application
based on those terms.
However, back on May 3,
2005, Ronal Wood alleged in
a .letter to commissioners
that the owners were violat-
ing that agreement.
"At the July 2004 meeting
we presented sound moni-
toring results conducted by
an independent engineering
firm that the noise produced
by the Off Road Park exceed-
ed that permitted by the
development order," Ronal
Wood stated, adding that the
five .acre play hole had
apparently been expanded.
"Recently, Tri-State Off Road
Park advertised activities
extending beyond that
allowed by the development
See BOG-IN page 16




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The County Record, AUGUST 23, 2006, Page 2


SNews & Events from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

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


The Colh.-un Countv Chamber welcomed several newr, members at their monthly membership
meeting held Thursday at the Senior Citizens Center. Pictured are (from left) Marti Vickery
Chamber Operations Manager; Laney and John McLean of McLean Tennis Systems, Inc.;,Dr.
Myron and Sharon Schrock; Dave Duggar of Duggar Electrical Maintenance, Inc.; Susan Warren
of Country Cottage Antiques and Gifts; and Vicki Montford, Chamber President. Not pictured
are Jim and Kathy Whaley of Whaley Heating, Air Conditioning, and Insulation, Inc.


BY MARTI VICKERY
-Chamber Operations
4Manager
Monthly Membership
Meeting
"Hey!....What's growing
on?!" The Calhoun County
Chamber, that's what...Our
membership, meeting the
17th was full of energy and
)information. Over 40 people
,attended to hear Pam
'Tedesco speak on WIRED
'Tlorida and to network and
-enjoy a great meal at the
Talhoun County Senior
.Citizen Association.
We are growing! Are you
interested in the future of
2Calhoun County? Attending
'the Chamber of Commerce
monthly membership meet-
Jngls- a-great place to start.
SHelp us welcome our
4,ewiest member-s to the team:


Chris Heath, ERA Chipola
Realty / Chadwell Group.
and Mary Sue Neves,
Calhoun County
Superintendent of Schools.
Our next membership:
meeting is set for, Thursday,
September 21, at noon atthe
Calhoun County Senior
Citizen Association and
lunch is.just S7.00 per per-
son, including beverage and
dessert.
For more information con-
tact us at:
ccchambera4vahoo.com or
call 674-4519.

Main Street
Main Street Blountstown
had a lunch meeting Monday
and while enjoying some good
food, we took care of busi-
ness' and welcomed some
new faces into the group as


well!
We are already putting
into place the plans for our
future events and looking
into fresh ideas. If you are
ready to be involved in some-
thing rewarding. call us for
details .at the Calhoun
County Chamber office at
674-4519 or contact Tony
Shoemake at 674-5049.
Main Street Blountstown
has scheduled a Clean Lip
Day for Saturday, August 26.
from 6 am until 10 am. We 11
meet at Magnolia Square -
see you,therel!
Our next Main Street
Blountsfown meeting is set
for Tuesday, September 5, at
Noon. Come be a part of the
excitement! *Please call Tony
Shoemake at 674-5049 or the
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce office at 674-4519
for information.


Subject to approval. $50 minimum opening deposit required. Applies to personal checking accounts only. The George ForemanT Grill will be provided
at time that your account is opened. Quantities are limited. Superior Bank reserves the right to substitute an item of comparable value. Gifts will be
subject to income tax reporting.
. m' ,e ATM Uir wner6 impoiie arn .iluipm: er, uraridrg.e lfr uie oi m~-ir ATMr- Charges from other financial institutions may apply at non-proprietary.
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Plus, every new 2006 Ford vehicle comes with a 5-year/60,000-mile
powertrain limited warranty and roadside assistance.


See your local Southern Ford Dealer.

Bay Ford
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I Not all buyers will qualify for Ford Credit limited term APR. Must finance through Ford Credit to receive Bonus Cash. Ford Credit Bonus Cash not available on
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The County Record, AUGUST 23, 2006, Page 3


November ceremony planned


McClellan, Roddenberry engaged


Tiff McClellan of
Clarksville and Alice Ann
McClellan of Gainesville are
pleased to announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Tiffany McClellan, to
Bryan Roddenberry, son of
Sherry and Mark Davis and
Tommy and Janet
Roddenberry of Bristol.
The future bride graduat-
ed this summer from Florida
State University with a
Bachelor's degree in political
science. She is employed by
the Executive Office of the


Governor as a
Correspondence Analyst in
the Governor's Office of
Policy and Budget.
Bryan is a supervisor for
Tommy Roddenberry
Construction, In. He also
recently graduated from
Florida State University with
a degree in criminology. He
plans on attending the
Florida Highway Patrol
Academy later this year.
A ceremony is planned for
early November.


Haley Shoemake and Troy Brady

Shoemake, Brady


to exchai
The families of Haley
Shoemake and Troy Brady
proudly announce their
engagement to be married.
Haley is the daughter of
Tony and Leann Shoemake
of Biotntstown. She is the
granddauI'hter of Leori and
Shirley: ..Williamsrs. and
Johrin'ie Rich," all of
Blountstown, Shelby and
Peggy Shoemake, and


nge vows
James and JoEllen Hall,;
all of Bristol.
Troy is the son of Joey
and Harriet Brady of Altha.
He is the grandson of Billie
and Gordon Parker Revell
of Bristol and Bobby Jack
and Tommie Jean Brady of
Montiose, MS.
Haley and Troy are
planning a July 2007 wed-
ding.


Deadline for Wedding & Engagement
Announcements...Monday at Noon


Earl (Sonny) Parnell and Janet Trickey-Pooser

Trickey-Pooser to


wed Parnell Oct. 7


It is with great joy that
Janet Trickey-Pooser and
Earl .. (Sonnil Parnell
announce their eingagemnent
.Janet is the daughter of
Maiy aind :Lhe late Nelson
Trickli of Altha. and the
mother of Stevie Flec.k of
.Mtha and Robbie and Lynn
Fleck of Tallaha.ssee. She is a
1978 graduate of Altha High
School and the owner/opera-
tor ol Nelson tnsi-ura1nce
Agency Brooke Services in
Marianna.
Sonny, is' the son of
Madeline Parnell of Lake
Talquin and Earl Parnell II of
\t'aukeenah. He is also the


father ofTia, Travis and Josh
Parnell. The groom to be is a
1975 graduate of Taylor
County High School in Perry
and is employed as the mart-
aging supervisor of welders
arid pipe fitters with TCC
Construction in Albany, GA.
A luau themed wedding
will take place at the home of
Sheila Braddy at 2078 Gay
Avenue in Sneads on October
the seventh at 7:00 CST in
the evening. A reception will
immediately follow. No local.
invitations are being sent,
however, all friends and rela-
tixes are invited to attend..


Bryan Roddenberry and Tiffany McClellan


Kimbrel-Duncan


reunion August 27


The Kimbrel-Duncan
annual family reunion will be
held on Sunday, August 27,
at the Altha Community
Center. All family and friends
are invited. Please bring a
covered dish. Paper goods
will be provided. Dinner will
be served at noon. If you-
have family photos to share,
please bring.


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Call 674-5041


Call Karen at 762-8814 or
Wretha at 762-3813 for more
information.

Artists sought fo
upcoming exhibit.
The 2nd Annual Chipola
Regional Arts Association Art
Exhibit is seeking 2D and 3D
artists to exhibit at the
Chipola Arts Center, Chipola
College, November 1-9,.
Sunday Afternoon with the
Arts Reception is November
5, 1 to 5 pm. Entry deadline.
is October 7.
For information, contact
Judy Brooten 569-5881 or
Nancy Zurenda 526-5977.


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ling fire damaged a home at 20613 SE Bailey Avenue in Blountstown.
f Ben Hall, the Blountstown Fire Department was called to the blaze at 6:22
val of the first units, the-fire was localized to the exterior front porch area.
ters were able to quickly stop the fire and prevent flame spread to the rest
e interior of the house sustained some smoke damage, while the bulk of the
contained to the front porch and the front doorway area. The house, a rental,
es Copeland of Bristol. The occupant, Jean Deese, relocated here from
lad just moved into the house on Saturday. The fire is believed to have start-



will conduct DUI


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checkpoint

SThe Blountstown Police they cause
- Department will be conduct- Chief Gle]
:. ing a DUI checkpoint on "Unfortunatel
: September 2, 2006 in the go to the beach
" vicinity of Main St. as part of have a few di
t the Labor Day National drive home
SEnforcement Crackdown. : We plan to a
r; The Labor .Day National before they ca
SEnforcement Crackdown Florida cra
: runs from August 18 through 2005 indica
: September 4, 2006. The goal were killed in
& is to save lives through the traffic crash
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point is to identify and appre-
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roads," said C
encourage ev
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drink, arrange


on Sept. 2


crashes," said
nn Kitrbrel.
y, some people
:h or a cookout,
rinks, and then
while impaired.
pprehend. them
Luse crashes."
sh statistics for
te that 1,240
alcohol-related
s. This was a
ase over 2004.
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._.. st .,CALHQUN COUNTY...
Aug. 12: Cleonr W WattV frilure t,.: ;appear
Aug. 13: Mirchcitel W at.s::.n. grr..:ln:i theft autc burglary;
Daniel Prelps VOP failure to appea ;.p r
Aug. 14: Curtr Ciean f.:lilure to appeaCr Charles Dut!tn
possession of less than 20 gr,:rni ,::,f ca3rri..:itiS DWLSR
Aug. 15: Rosalin Bailey, retail, theft; Mary Hicks, failure to
appear VCF' Richard Writ-neo:l felony batter, '
Aug. 16: Darin Surnrrnerliri. ..-lr,:l lisci. iocus .oer,
Aug. 17: Keri L. Nichols, DWLSR, giving false name, forgery;.
John .1M. West, yOP; Alberto Rn-mer,::. no ..oi,:1 DL; Bryant+
Wiggiris ,iclatiorl of corner control
Aug. 18. Hall,, Highfield DWLSR, possession druL.- p.rariher-
naiia
LIBERTY COUNTY
Aug. 12: Beth Ann Deputr, ol:ding for CCSO;. Jesus G.
r.1Mrtinez no .oli-d L BartL::ira. ". Wagoner, Ciiscrderl, inrt:-.-
icotion Michajel D. [., rnott. no .o :1 DL .
Aug. 15: Rosalim Baile, holding for CCSO' iar', Inez Hicks
holding for CC:SO'. Spencer r.lonrte Hirrs pro.i.dinrg false
name DWSL
Aug. 16: -aonc. Lera.j Petferon, court; Krisshondra Nicole
vManis VOP sale c.f :'ocane .
Aug. 18: Joshua Keith Jones DUI; Jason'Prillips Ba:ker ser,-
ing 45 dos' Hall, Hignfield holding for CCSO BillI, Burl
Pullarn ser..ing 10 ia', s Conri, Burke, serving 60 days
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.


nated driver, public trans-
portation, or a taxi.
Remember, if your. breath
alcohol level is "Over the
Limit," you'll be "Under
Arrest."


WIRED-
my development that is (1)
geared for skills related to
entry-level employment in
targeted industries or (2)
accelerated, intense college
preparation in the areas of
math and science,
Post-secondary training
and education programs that
develop workforce skills
needed by the target indus-
tries, .
Outreach program to edu-
cate. and attract sufficient
quantities of students of all
ages into the skills training
programs to meet workforce.
deniands, and
A strategic development
component designed to
.ensure the workforce devel-
opment programs are devel-
oping the skills necessary to
meet current and Future tar-
get industry needs.
For. more details, call the
Chamber of Commerce 'at
674-4519 or go to
http: //floridasgreatnorth-
est.c om W RE D/grant.htm


Arrest-

and the woman advised,
Moore had thrown it out of
the house
Moore told Dep. Keller it
:was his:house and he could
drive through it if he wanted
to.
Upon being taken into
custody. Moore was searched
and an estimated five grams
of cannabis, along with a
small pipe containing burnt
marijuana residue, were
found in his pants pocket.
Moore i\-as released after
posting a S2000 bond.


Woman arrested for
shoplifting at Dollar
General in Altha
A local woman was arrest-
ed August 15 for shoplifting
at the Dollar General Store in
Altha.
Rosalin Bailey, 45, was
charged with petit theft in the
case.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Scotty Norris responded to
the business around 10:30
a.m. and was informed by
the manager that Bailey's
husband had entered the
store that morning, looked
around for a few minutes,
then left. Once he was gone,
Rosalin reportedly came
inside and asked a store
clerk where curtain rods
could be found. While Bailey
was shopping, the manager
and two clerks noticed she
appeared to be attempting to
hide something. She then
entered the restroom and,
stayed approximated 20 min-
utes. A store clerk then
checked the restroom and
found empty bags of panties
and curtain rod packages.
Bailey allegedly confessed
to stealing four packs of rod
brackets and three packs of
Fruit of the Loom bikini
panties.
She was booked into the
Calhoun County Jail and
remained in custody at press
time.
Altha man arrested
for having sexwith
15-year-old girl
An Altha man was arrest-
ed Aug. 16 for allegedly hav-
ing sex with a teenager.
Darin Summerlin, 20,.was
charged \lith lewd and lasciv-
ious acts with a child under
16.
According, to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Sgt.
Mark Mallory was contacted
by a 15 year old girl's parents
who advised their daughter
was having sex with
Summerlin. The girl told
authorities they had sex on
three occasions. Summerlin
claimed it occurred only
once.
Summerlin was released
after posting $3000 bond.


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Dear Editor,
I would just like to com-
mend the Mossy Pond
Volunteer Fire Department
for their effort. I didn't make
it in time to enjoy their 6:00
p.m. dinner, but I did man-
age to play Bingo this past
Saturday night.
What a great bunch of
folks. THey created a com-
fortable, friendly and fun
atmosphere. I had a really
nice time, and I encourage
residents of Calhoun County


to support these nice folks,
and go have a night out. It's
a good cause, and you'll be
doing your community and
yourself a good turn.
Sincerely,
Rosalind Rauschenberg


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Happy "8th" Birthday!!
Brandon Lee-Michael
Smith will celebrate his 8th
birthday- on. August 27th.
Brandon is the son of Leslie
*Goodman-Smith of
Blountstown and James
Smith of Ewa Beach, HI,
Grandparents are Durwin
and Dorene Goodman of
Blountstown, Glenn and June
Smith of Altha, and Jeff and
Paula Brown of Woodstock,
GA. Brandon enjoys spending
time with friends and, going to
school. Brandon is also the
big brother to Brittnay and
Bryson.
We love you, Bubbal
Mom, Cissy and Big Boy


Happy Birthday Josh,
Brandon and Noah!!!
Happy Trails Ranch in
Tallahassee was the scene of
a. joint birthday celebration
for three brothers.... Josh was
6 years old on July 6th,
Brandon was 4 years old on
June 19th, and Noah was 2
years old on June 21st. The
birthday boys and all of their
friends enjoyed horseback
riding, refreshments and
games. They are the children
of Brian and Jennifer
(Sandusky) Day of
Tallahassee. Grandparents
are Pat and Mike Day of
Eustis, FL, and Dottie and Bob
Fleck of Blountstown.


Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson said this week that
despite intermittent rain this
summer, showers have not
come with sufficient frequen-
cy to ease the wildfire threat.
As a result, Floridians jeed
to remain cautious with all
outdoor fires.
'The summer rainy season
has been unusual and has
not developed like we had
hoped." Bronson said.
"Normally, we would be out
of wildfire danger by now."
The KBDI or Keetch-
Byram Drought Index is a
way that .scientists measure
the amount of moisture in
the upper 36 inches of the
soil. Readings are given on a
scale of 0 (saturated soil) to
800 (desert-like conditions).
High values of ithe KBDI
mean that conditions are
favorable for the occurrence
and spread of wildfires.
Typically in August, the


KBDI registers in the 100 to
200 range. The current
statewide average KBDI read-
ing of 442, which is more
typical of late spring when
wildfire'danger is high, is tes-
timony to lack of adequate
summer rainfall.
Bronson is concerned that
under these conditions, the
residual debris in forests
from recent hurricanes and
tropical storms will fuel big-
ger and more destructive
wildfires.
"Until we get more rainfall
and more widespread .rain-
fall, the large amount of
uprooted or dead and dying
trees and shrubs will make
conditions very dangerous
for our wildland firefighters,"
Bronson said.
Florida averages about
5,000 wildfires each year.
Since January 1, 2006,
4,195 wildfires have burned
214,646.2 acres and
destroyed 43 homes and 164
other structures.


BIRTHDAYS


S .. .
Happy "Ist" Birthday,
Christian!
Christian Scott Hupp will
celebrate his first birthday on
August 27, 2006. He will be
honored with a "Baby
Einstein" .celebration on
August 26, at his Meme's and
Pawpaw's house in Altha.
Christian is the son of
."rnanid Bodiford and Da.ils
Hupp of Marianna. His mater-
nal grandparents are Steve
and Teresa Bodiford of Altha.
vMaternal great grandparents
include Cecil and Judy
Bodiford of Altha, Sandra and
the late Aubrey Elliott of
DeFuniak Springs, and Bobby
and Janie Adkins of Altha His
paternal grandparents are
SLdrry and Darlene Hupp of
Texarkana,TX Paternal great-
grandparents are the late
Rev. William and Sue Roby of
Aibonr, GA
Christian enjo',, playing on
:the Iownrnower with his
:o. daddd, and following mornmy
ever, v. here she goes.
Happy Birthday, Christian!
We Love You!


Happy "2nd" Birthday!!
Brady Tomlinson will cele-
brate his second birthday on
August 26. He is the son of
Marc and Janet Tomlinson of
Blountstown. His grandpar-
ents are Quentin and Cheri
Henderson and John and
Chris Tomlinson, all of
Blountstown. Brady enjoys
swinging outside and playing
with his cousins. He also likes
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The County Record, AUGUST 23, 2006, Page 6


Apalachicola River exhibit



made possible by realtors


MARIANNA-Four local
organizations have joined
forces to bring an important
art exhibit to Chipola College.
"Apalachicola River: An
American Treasure" a multi-
media exhibit of photogra-
phy, film and music will be
on display beginning Sept. 14
in the Chipola Arts Center.
The Chipola Area Board of
REALTORS@ serving
Jackson, Washington,
Holmes and Calhoun
Counties is the major spon-
sor for the exhibit. The
Marianna Automobile
Dealers Association recently
joined on as a corporate
sponsor, and on Wednesday,
the Jackson County Tourist
Development Council
approved a grant to help pro-
mote the exhibit.
Members of the Chipola
Regional Arts Association are
making arrangements for the
exhibit with help from the
Artist Guild of Northwest
Florida.
The public is invited to the
premier event Thursday,
Sept. 14, at 6 p.m. (CST).
The evening will feature a col-
lection of images by photog-
raphers Clyde Butcher and
Richard Bickel, a large screen
presentation of a film docu-

Lecture on

turtles set

at Chipola

MARIANNA-The public
is invited to a lecture on The
Natural History and
Conservation of Map
Turtles, with Emphasis on
the Two Florida Species:
Barbour's Map Turtle and
Escambia Map Turtle,
Saturday, Aug. 26, at 7 p.m.
(CST) in Jackson Hall,
Literat ure/Language
Building on the Chipola
College campus.
Guest lecturer Chris
Lechowicz. will discuss how
lorida's .river systems are
important" habitats for tur-
dtes.


mentary, and panels featur-
ing Sammy Tedder's design of
the river cane flutes.
Clyde Butcher, renowned
Florida Everglades photogra-
pher, traveled to Apalachicola
to train his gifted eye on the
watershed; his still images
join those of photojournalist
Richard Bickel of
Apalachicola. Images from
the two photographers also
comprise a two-volume book
set.
Headlining the exhibit is
the PBS film by documentary
film maker Elam Stoltzfus.
For ten years, Stoltzfus has
captured rare images of nat-
ural Florida, with his Living
Waters documentary recently'
winning a coveted Crystal
Reel award for excellence.
Sammy Tedder, a Florida
Panhandle music legend,
scored the film, weaving in
sounds of Native and African-
American music, and using
natural instruments he fash-
ioned from the Apalachicola
River including swamp reeds
for flutes and cypress logs for
percussion.
Inspired by the mighty
Apalachicola, the exhibit
records the history of Native
Americans and other settlers
whose descendants still live
in northwest Florida. It is the
story of people who make
their living from the river; ,it
is the story of politics and
water wars between Georgia,


Alabama, and Florida. It
showcases the haunting
beauty of rarely seen places
like the River Styx, Dead
Lakes, Kennedy Creek,
Chipola River and Tate's Hell.
The traveling exhibit is
managed by the Mary Brogan
Museum of Art and Science
in Tallahhssee where it is
currently on display. The
exhibit will travel from the
Brogan to Chipola and
throughout the American
South.
For information, call Joan
Stadsklev, Chipola Director
of Fine and Performing Arts,
at 850-718-2301, or visit
ApalachicolaAmericanTreasu
re.com

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and show


at SPLICE
SPLICE family theatre, an
evening for families with kids
K 5th grade, is set for
Saturday; August 26, from 5
to 7 p.m. at RiverTown
Community Church in
Blountstown. This free event
includes a production, meal,
and family activities.
Anyone with questions
can call (850) 674-5747.


BLOUNTSTOWN

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS


BESODpen House
BES Open House is sched-
uled for Monda\, August 23.
from 5:00 to 6:00 'P.M.
:Teachers look forward to
meeting parents and visiting
with students.
School. Advisory Council
(SAC) Meeting
. There will be a School
Advisory Council (SAC) meet-


ing on Monday, August 28,
2006, at 6:00 P. M. immedi-
ately following Open House.
All council members are
encouraged to attend.

BES Website
The BES Website has been
recently updated. Visit the
BES website at
\\vww.paec.org/calhoun/bes.


THE BEAT GOES ON: Drummers with the Blountstown High School Marching
Tiger Band have been keeping the beat as they perfect their sound for foot-
ball season. They'll be belting out tunes at the BHS v. Port St. Joe game set for
Friday night in St. Joe. Join them as they cheer for the fighting Tigers.


BMSAdvisory Local students make

council meetsChipola Dean's List
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September 12
The Blounistown Middle
School Advisory Council will
meet on Tuesday. September
12. at 3:00 p.m.. in the BMS
Media Center. New members
will be welcomed and intro-
duced.
Also, we will discuss how'
the Florida School
Recognition funds will be
used and discuss spending
guidelines for lottery money.
All council members are.
urged to attend.


MARIANNA-Dr. Sarah
Clenmons, \ice president of
Instructional and Student
Services at Chipola College.
commends the 43 students
who made the Dean's List for
academic achievement dur-
ing the Surnmer Semester II
2006.
To be placed on the Dean's
List. a student must take 12
or more semester hours of
courses and make an average
of 3.25 (B+) to 4.0 (A) in all
courses.


Local students who made
perfect averages of 4.0-
straight A's-and their home-
towns are: ,
Altha-Amie Cullifer.
B 1 o u n t s t o w n -
Christopher ,Eby,I Tabinda
Syed.
SStuderits who earned
grade point averages ranging
from 3.25(B+) to 3.99 (A) and
their hometowns are:
Blountstown-Hannah
Gingerich.
Bristol-Chrystal Geary.


Altha Scouts ESE Advisory Council

to holdsignup will meet August 29

on Thursday Attenton: All parents and Library in the Heritage room.


Altha Cub, Scout Pack 136
"will 'hold, signups on
Thursday. August 24, at 6:30
p.m. at the Altha Community
Center. For more informa-
tion call 674-4642.

Volunteers to

speak up for

kids needed
The Guardian ad Litem
Program is currently seeking
volunteers to represent the
best interest of abused and
neglected children in our
community. .
Volunteers are need in
Jackson. Calhoun, Holmes
and Washington Counties. If,
you have, a few hours, a
month to help an abused
child, please call 482-9127.
674-2799, or 638-6043.
Training begins soon!

Children's

Coalition will

meet Friday
The Calhoun County
Children's Coalition will meet
Friday, August 25, at 9:00
AM in the Calhoun County
Library: All members and
anyone interested Is encour-
aged to attend., .'


interested 'community mem-
bers. you are invited to
attend the upcoming
Calhoun County ESE
Advisory Council meeting on
,,Tuesday. Aug. 29. at 5 p.m.
The meeting will be held at
the Blountstown '' Public


The purpose of the council
is to provide the 'School
District with input from par-
ents, as well as other individ-
uals who are involved with,
or concerned with, the edu-
cation of children with dis-
abilities.


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The County Record, AUGUST 23, 2006, Page 7


After defeating Vernon on the road...



Lady Cats runners up in tournament


S BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Altha Lady Wildcats
showed what they are made
of this week when they
defeated Vernon on the road,
then made it to the finals of
the Chipley tournament.
The Cats headed for
Vernon last Thursday and
brought home a 25-17, 25-
13, 25-20 victory.
Team leaders were Sylvia
Bodiford with 23 service
points and an ace; Tory
Lipford with 15 service
points, an ace, three assists
and two digs; Joy Capps with
seven service points, seven
kills, a block, an assist, and a
dig; Cherie .Hires with 10
service points, a kill, three
assists, and a dig; Taylor
Shelton with 14 service
points, an ace, a kill,' an
assist, and a dig; Tammy
Johnson with five service
points, four kills, and a
block; Ashley Adkins with
three kills; Lindsey Doyal
with a dig and two kills; and
Loni Johnson with a service,
point and a dig.
The J.V. also won, 25-17,
25-23. Kristen Yon led with
15 points, followed by Cessna
Folsom with 10.
S"I was very pleased with
both J.V.. and varsity
squads," says Coach Mary
McClellan. "We focused on


transition with J.V. and
defense with varsity and we
saw good results."
At the Chipley tournament
on Saturday, 16 teams start-
ed out with Altha one of two
remaining at the end of the
day.
"Considering this was only
our second outing as a team,


I was extremely pleased. We
won four straight tough
matches to get to the finals
where we met a seasoned
Liberty County team. We lost
in the finals, .but we gave it
our all. I was very pleased
with our effort and attitude.
When it was close and we
needed to step up, we did. We
had excellent leadership on
the court. We believe in one
another and we are driven to


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Josh Lee becomes
a certified diver
Josh Lee, a senior at.
Blountstown High School,
recently received his diver
certification. Josh took the
Dixie Divers course through
the Calhoun County
Extension' Office. He is the
son of Andrew and Sandi Lee
of Blountstown.
Congratulations, Josh!
Love, Mom & Dad


Youth Soccer


sign-ups set for


Aug. 26, Sept. 2


The 2006 Calhoun
County Youth Soccer
Season is here!! Sign-ups
will be Saturday August
26, and Saturday_
September 2, from 9
-a.c. to 14 noon,,> the.
W.T. Neal Civic Center.
Cost to Play is $45.
Each additional brother
or sister is $30. Uniforms
are included in the
price.
Games will be


Tuesday and Thursdays,
5:30 6:30, and 6:30-
7:30 p.m. beginning
Tuesday, September 26.
Deadline for all sign-
ups and accommoda.
.tion requests is 12:00..pm-
SatHirday, Sept. 2.
Thanks to all who
have participated in,
and have supported this
program In the past. We
look forward to another
fun year!!


Thomas Howell
places in triathlon
Ten year old Thomas
Howell of Blountstown placed
3rd in his first Triathlon in
Clermont, FL, held August
12.
The Tri-American
Triathlon is the largest
triathlon in the US for youth,
con'sisinII ot a 100 \yard
-\\im. 3 mile bike. and .5
inile run.
Thiomas is ,tlt on of RaF
and .MlI\lon How.eli
C(onrralt lations. -iThon1ia'1


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be the best. This team has
meshed already. Things can
only improve with more expe-
rience."
Altha defeated R.F.
Munroe, 25-23, 26-24 in the
first match. Capps led with
sid points, five aces, four
kills, and two blocks.
In match 2, Altha came
out on top against Holmes
County, 25-23, 25-14.


Bodiford had 13 points and a
pair of aces. Hires had seven
points, two aces, five kills, six
assists, and a dig.
Against Waton in match
3, Altha won 25-21, 11-25,
15-11. Capps led with nine
points, an ace, and six kills.
In the semi-final match
against Cottondale, the Cats
won 25-19, 25-20. Capps led
again with nine points, two


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aces, six kills, and one assist.
The championship game
pitted the Cats against LCHS.
Altha lost 19-25, 12-25.
Adkins had five kills and
Shelton scored three points.
"I would like to thank all
the fans for coming out and
supporting us," says Coach
McClellan. "Also, thanks to
the volleyball parents for the
kickoff cookout."


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The County Record, AUGUST 23, 2006, Page 8


Tigers win over Bulldogs,


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Gulf War Veteran
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The education I received through the Calhoun County School system was one of the greatest gifts in my
life. The basis of all opportunities I have been afforded in my life can be directly traced to my formative
years of education in the Calhoun County School System. Doors have been opened for me that I would
"have never imagined. I have truly been blessedto have been raised in this community. In return, I would
like to provide the sarhe opportunities and more to future generations.
I am dedicated to family and family values.
Devoted to providing our children with a first class quality education, facilities, vocational programs
and the tools needed to compete in a global economy.
S Will represent ALL voters with respect and fairness. .
Implementation of ation national programs that offer our children the best education available in the
U.S. and the education our children so much deserve.
Have one son that graduated in 2006 as well as twin third graders at Carr School. As parents we to
share the same concerns about our children's education that you share about yours.
Committed to bringing more scholarship opportunities to our graduating seniors.
Will strive to provide not only efforts but true results.

Thank you for your consideration and I would greatly appreciate your support in the upcoming election.
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against Port St. Joe


The Blountstown Tigers
won the pre-season scrim-
mage with Bristol 14-0. but
they'll need to make some
quick improvements before
travelling to Port St. Joe
Friday night. The defense
appeared to be further along
than the offense, but after
losing 14 seniors last year
and 19 the year before, the
Tigers have a lot of new, inex-
perienced players in the
S starting lineup.
"Our defense is ahead of
our offense and that's to be
expected," first year head
coach Greg Jordan said
Monday. "We've got five new
starters on the offensive line
with Josh Lee being our only
returning starter. We've got
to be patient and let our
younger players develop,
~: Defensively, Chase Cox and
Eric O'Bryan at linebacker
and John Lockhart, Garry
Reed,, and Ryan Baker in the
secondary offer returning
experience at those positions.
I'll give our defense a B+
against Bristol. We held
them to 33 net yards on 43
Splays," Coach Jordan stated.
The Class 1A defending
State Champion Port St. Joe
Sharks return five offensive
S starters and six defensive
starters and will provide a
stiff challenge for the Tigers.
"We've got our work cut our
for us. they beat Vernon 40-
12 in their pre-season game
S and they'll'be fast and physi-
cal as usual. We can't afford
to make turnovers if we're
going t6 have "a chance,"
Jordan noted.
Even with an inexperi-
enced offensive line,
Blountstown's running game


rushes for a 3.9 yard per
rush average. Ryan Baker
led the tigers with 77 yards
on 11 carries. Timothy
Copeland added 50 yards on
8 carries including a 14 yard
touchdown run through the
Bulldog defense. Malcolm
Ivory had 30 yards on 5 car-
ries.
Quarterback Cory Cox
completed 6 of 13 passes for
41 yards. Cox was sacked for
50 yards in losses by the
Bulldogs.
Chase Cox had two catch-
es for 12 yards, Garry Reed
,had 2 grabs for 11 yards,
Brandon Williams caught one
pass for 18 yards and Ryan
Baker had one reception for
no yards.
The Tigers were penalized
10 times for 68 yards in the
game.
Defensively, Josh Lee led
the Tigers with 8 tackles and
was credited with 3.5 tackles
for loss. Carry Reed. and
Ryan Baker were each in on
6 tackles. Also active on
defense for the Tigers were
Chase Cox, Christian Smith,
Jonathan Lockhart, Brandon
Williams, Brad Terry, Bradley
Johnson; David Mayo,
Malcolm Ivory and Jared
Lilly.
Jonathan Lockhart had
Tiger fans on their feet early
when he took the opening
kickoff and raced 97 yards
for a touchdown. A.bad snap
botched the PAT attempt.
Late in the second quarter,
Copeland bulled his way thru
the Bulldog defense from 14
yards out to make the score
12-0. A try for two points
failed.
,A snap over the punter's


sailed thru the endzone for a
safety giving the Tigers a 14-
0 lead which held thru the
remainder of the game.
For the Bulldogs, Ervin
Young had 19 yards on 7 car-
ries followed by Keith McCray
with 17 yards on 5 carries.
Quarterback Malcolm
Hogans completed 7 of 17
passes for 53 yards. Kareem
Walker was his leading
receiver with 5 receptions for
41 yards.
Brandon Mayo led the
Bulldog defense with 9 tack-
les followed by Clint Hill and
John Copeland with 8 each.
Lawrence Dawson had 5
tackles followed by Nic Gregg,
Jarek McCray and T. J.
Bennett with 3 each.
Kickoff in Port St. Joe is at
6:30 CT. The Bulldogs will
host Bronson at 7:30 Friday
night.


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prevailed Friday night vs the great way to start. We will
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S 0. Everyone involved was as our offense starts to come
hoping for a better offensive together as a unit.
performance. that will come 'Josh Lee. senior DE led
with more reps from a bunch the way.. ith 8 stops. SS
S of first time starters. Garry Reed had 6 tackles, FS
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pletion. Con' will continue to
get better each week. himself
being a first year full time
starting QB.
Running back Ryan Baker
had II carries for 77 vards.
Timothy Copeland had 8 ..br
50 yards,. Malcolm Ivory had
4 for 30 yards and Eric
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Leading receivers were Chase
Cox and Garry Reed with 2
catches each. Brandon
Williams and Ryan. Baker
each had 1 reception. ,
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the 0-line, having a game
under their belt as a unit,
improvement should come
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Josh Lee, seniors Josh
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tackle and Britt Leach and
David Mayo at guard and
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offensive plays for less than a
yard per average play. If the
defense continues to play
well and the offense improves
each week we \wiU be in the
thick of things come district
tite and playoff time.
Thanks again to the many
Tiger fans that made the trip
Across the bridge. You once
again showed why
Blountstown is a ,special
placeto both coach and play.
We will need your support
again this week as we travel
to defending state champion
Port St. Joe for a tangle with
the Sharks. Get there early,
kickoff is set for 6:30 CST.
Hope to see you at the game!!
Go Tigers!!


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German exchange students



spend day on Chipola River


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

Two dozen German
exchange students, ranging
in age from 14 to 18, were
treated to a typical day in the
states, Calhoun County style,
recently when they visited
Extension Director Logan
Barbee's home on the
Chipola River.
The group was led by
Jahnie Ecor omou of
Tallahassee (formerly Jahnie
Ramsey Daniels of Altha) who
has been hosting exchange
students through EF
Educational for eight years:
The students typically spend
four weeks in an American
home and participate in'
classes daily.
'E\er- morning we have
English classes 'for three
hours and then we do excur-
sions in the afternoon,"
Economou reports. "One day
a week we do an all day trip."
During their day in
Cahoun County,. the German
students enjoyed going out
on the river in canoes, swing-
ing off a cable at Barbee's
home:; and dining on good ol'
hot douis and hamburgers.
right oft the gnll.
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These German students enjoy an American delicacy: hot dogs
and hamburgers cooked on the grill!


points out. "They're very
much into their classes and
they also love, water. They
love their host families and
say southern people are real-
ly nice. At the farewell par-
ties, everybody cries!"
Economou says she has
hosted students from.all over
the world once she had six
countries represented
around her dinner table!
Through this experience, her
own children have become
interested: in traveling the


globe. Her teenage daughter
Breanna spent seven weeks
over the summer with a
French student and' her fam-
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in her home.

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ZONING
The City of Blountstown proposes to change the zoning within the
area shown in the, map in this advertisement. Commence at the
Northeast corner of the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of
Section .28, Township 1 North, range 8 West;' in Calhoun County,
Florida, thence run South 89 degrees 48. minutes West 33 feet to the
West right of ;way' line of S.R. number ,69; thence run South 00
degrees 04 minutes West 503.0 feet along the West right of way line
of said S.R. number 69 to the "Point of Beginning"; thence continue to
run S. 00 degrees 04 minutes West 208.71 feet along the West right
of way line of said S.R.. number 69; thence run S. 89 degrees 48
minutes West 368.71' feet; thence run North 00 degrees 04 minutes
East 208.71 feet; thence run North 89 degrees 48 minutes Est 368.71
feet to the "Point of Beginning" containing 1.77 acres, more or less.


The second reading of ordinance 2006-04 will be
held on Tuesday, September 12, 2006 at 6:00 PM
in the City Council Meeting Room,

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Calhoun County Commission Minutes


CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS
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.

TIM JENKS, MAINTE-
NANCE DEPARTMENT
UPDATE
Mr. Jenks updated the
Board on the activities of the
Maintenance Department.
He stated that his depart-
ment completed the installa-
tion of the playground equip-
ment at Cooper Park and was
waiting on the playground
equipment for Ocheessee
Park. He stated they will
begin work at the voting
precincts this month to pre-


Blountstown City Council
Special Session Minutes
July 18, 2006, 6 p.m.
The City Council, City of
'Blountstown, County of
Calhoun, State of Florida,
met in Special Session on
Tuesday. July 18, 2006 at
6:00 P.M. at the City Council
Meeting Room. The purpose
of the sessionwas to hold a
Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) Second
Public Hearing. This public
hearing was to accept public
Sinput concerning the City of
Blountstoxn's Community
Development Block Grant.
SNeighborhood' Revitalizatlon
Application and obtain
approval to submit the appli-
cation from the Council. The
following members of the City
Council were present: Mayor
R.W. Deason. Councilmen
Clifford Jackson. Jarue Boyd.
and John Tomlinson. Also
present was the City
Attorney. David House.
Others in attendance includ-
ed: Kim Tanner. Brett
Tanner. Colby Tanner. and
Cissv Barfield.
iMayor Deason called the
meeting to order at 6:00 P.M.
S Mayor Deason led prayer.
City Attorney David House
led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Kim Tanner presented to
the Council the 2006
Community Development


pare for the upcoming elec-
tions.
Commissioner Pickron
asked Mr. Jenks to cut the
grass on Chipola Road.

DON A. O'BRYAN, EMER-
GENCY
MANAGEMENT/GRANTS
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board a letter scheduling
a Senior Leadership Briefing
in the Emergency
Management Operations
Center (EOC),located in the
basement of 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. Arinie
Davis and Mr. Roy Wood were
present asking the Board to
maintain Hamilton Springs
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
carried to have a survey con-
ducted.

ATTORNEY FUQUA


Block Grant Neighborhood
Revitalization Application
and briefly discussed the
types of work that will be
completed in the service
areas, and which service
areas would be categorized as
Current Need. City Council
agreed to pledge S250.000 as
leverage, with this leverage
being the placement of new
sewer lines on South Pear
Street. There were no recom-
mendations from the public
concerning the application.'
Councilman Tomlinson made
the motion to submit the
:2006 CDBG Neighborhood
Revitalization Application.
with Mayor's signature, and
with S250.000 pledged lever-
age. Councilwoman Boyd
seconded the motion. The
motion passed and .was'
unopposed.
There: being no further
business the meeting 'as
adjourned at 6:15 P.M.

BY: R.W. Deason,
Mayor
ATTEST: Jimmy Hand.
P.E.
City
Manager/Engineer


Blountstown City Council
Special Session Minutes
July 25, 2006, 6 p.m.
The City' Council, City of


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 stated that
Glennell. Morris was granted
a leave of absence. Action
was not noted in the Board
Minutes at that time, and the
Division of Retirement has
asked for minutes of a meet-
ing addressing this issue.
Clerk Attaway discussed with
the Board the possibility of
recognizing a leave of
absence, after the fact. After
discussion, a motion was


Blountstown, County of
Calhoun, State of Florida,
met in special session on
Tuesday,' July 25, 2006 at
6:00 P.M. at the Calhoun
County Public Library
Heritage Room with the fol-
lowing members of the.City
Council present:
Councilwoman Janie Boyd,
Councilman Clifford
Jackson, Councilman John
Tomlinson, Jr. and
Councilman Steve Bailey.
Mayor R.W. Deason \\,as not
in attendance.
Also present was City
Manager/Engineer Jimmy
Hand and City Attorney
David House. Others pres-
ent included Cissy Barfield.
Kim Tanner. Dowling Parrish.
Frederick Goodrich, and
Susan Poplin.
Mayor Pro-Tem Jackson
called the meeting to order at
6:00 P.M.
Mayor Pro-Tem Jackson
led the invocation and City
Attorney House led the
Pledge of Allegiance.
The purpose of this meet-
ing was to review the rules
\\ith D.C.A. regarding the
Comprehensive Plan and the
E.A.R.
Mrs. Poplin and Mr.
Goodrich with D.C.A.
addressed the Council
regarding the City's E.A.R.
and Comprehensive Plan.


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current seating capacity to 160,000. The corcriia rac.
,.ing surface is 40 '"ccl Aile uiln h lraiqriaa,a i ,s)\Iel
long. ."Racin' the .a, iI ougr,.ir t.e is ie slogan Ijr.a
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us next year." Sorenson, third in the Raybestos
Rookie of the Year standings, participated in a Car of
Tomorrow session easier this season at Bristol .


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SMattKenseth 3 1 Ford DEWALT 190/10 towintheGFS Marketplace400. Thiswas Matfs thrdvictory
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Kae Kahne 15 4 Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW/SRT' 160/0 streak for Chevoet Two-timeand defndng serieschampion
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Gr.g Birle 6 7 Ford Subway/National Guard' 146/0 time series champion, dinibed three spots to sixth place, while
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made by Commissioner Hall,
Seconded by Commissioner
Wise and carried to grant this
leave of absence to Glennell
Morris.
Clerk Attaway stated that
Doris Burkett, Tax Collector
was requesting that she be
allowed 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.
requesting the Board 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


Mrs. Poplin and Mr. Goodrich
held a lengthy discussion
regarding rules changes and
the process of the E.A.R. and
Comprehensive Plan. After
much discussion, it was, the
consensus of the Council for
Mr. Tony Arrant to send the
City's E,A.R. and
Comprehensive Plan to
D.C.A. for their review. This
would be a courtesy review
for D.C.A. to make recom-

See CITY MINUTES, page 12


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 requested 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 for
the purchase of a new ambu-


lance. She stated that this is
a reimbursement grant and
to receive the funds under
that grant the invoice must
be paid in advance. The;
ambulance will be titled to-
Calhoun County. After dis-:
cussion, a motion was made:
by Commissioner Hunt, sec-,
onded 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.
SThere being no further:
business, the Board did:
adjourn.


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The County Record, AUGUST 23, 2006, Page 12






Legal Advertisements


Legal Notice
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the Calhoun
County Board of County Commissioners will
be receiving sealed proposals at the
Calhoun County Clerk of Court Office.
20859 Central Avenue East Room 130.
Blountstown, Florida 32424. for
EMERGENCY DEBRIS MANAGEMENT
The County is seeking experienced and
qualified firms to establish pre-qualifled
Vendor(s) and Contractor(s) to assist
Calhoun County In the management of
debris resulting from a catastrophic event.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed proposal, and what the proposal is
for.
PROPOSAL DUE DATE: 3:00 p.m., CDT,
September 1, 2006
CALHOUN COUNTY CLERK OF THE
COURT OFFICE
20859 Central Avenue East Room 130
Blountstown, Florida 32424
Proposal documents may be obtained by
contacting Emergency Management Office.
20859 Central Avenue East Room G-40,
Blountstown. Florida 32424, Phone: 850-
674-8075, Fax: 850-674-4667, or by access-
ing the Calhoun County Website at www.cal-
hounflorida.org. Any questions can be sub-
mitted either by email (calem@gtcom.net),
standard US Mail (address above), or Fax
(850-674-4667). All questions must be sub-
mitted no later than 12:00 p.m., CDT.
August 28. 2006. Answers to the questions
will be posted on the Calhoun County
Website at www.calhounflorida.org.


Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 2006-225
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES. INC.,
Plaintiff,.
-vs-
SUSAN JAMES: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SUSAN JAMES: IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEN-
DANT(S). IF REMARRIED, AND IF
DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS;. DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #2:
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SUSAN JAMES: THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SUSAN JAMES: IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, AND
IF DECEASED. THE. RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEE ,:..i ijTE :
ASSIGNEES. CREDITORS, LItEriOF .,ij
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING .BY. THROUGH, UNDER OR


Morgan Lewis. Arts
Administrator. for the StateI'
of Florida Cultural. Affairs
Di\islon \\ill be
the featured
speaker, at the'
CAhIti p o 1.a
Regional Arts,
Association
(CRAA) lunch
meeting set for
September, 19.
She will dis- Mo-zari LEWIS
cuss some of
the Division of Cultural
Affairs progranis offered to
enhance the arts n Florida.
.CRAA Dutch-treat lunch
meetings are open to the
public. The program begins
at 12 noon. A buffet lunch is
served at. 11 a.m. at Jim's
Buffet, 4329 Lafayette St.,
MNarianna.
Morgan Lewis has beer
with the Division of Cultural
Affairs since July: 2004.
Originally from .St.
Petersburg, Morgan has her:
degree in English from
Florida State University.
Prior to her work at the
Division she served as


AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #2: Whose residence Is: 15834 SW
CHARLIE WOOD ROAD, BLOUNTSTOWN.
FL 32424.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your
answer or written defenses, if any, in the
above proceeding with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon the
plaintiffs attorney, whose name and
address appears hereon: the nature of this
proceeding being a suite for foreclosure of
mortgage against the following described
property, to wit:
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LAND. SIT-
UATE. LYING AND BEING IN THE COUNTY
OF CALHOUN STATE OF FLORIDA TO WIT:
ALL MY INTEREST IN AND TO THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED LANDS: BEGIN AT
THE SE CORNER OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 1. TOWN-
SHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE 9 WEST. THENCE
RUN WEST 70 YARDS, THENCE RUN
NORTH 105 FEET, TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, THENCE RUN WEST 420
FEET, THENCE NORTH 105 FEET, THENCE
EAST 420' FEET. THENCE SOUTH 105
FEET, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, AND
BEING IN SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 1
SOUTH, RANGE 9 WEST.
A/K/A
15834 SW CHARLIE WOOD ROAD
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
If you fail to file your answer or written
defenses int he above proceeding, on plain-
tiffs attorney, a default will be. entered
against you for the relief demanded In the
Complaint or Petition.
DATED at CALHOUN County this 8th day
of August, 2006. '
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lori Flower, DC
In accordance with the American with
Disabilities Act. of 1990, persons needing
accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ASA Coordinator
no later than seven (7) days prior to the pro-
ceedings. If hearing Impaired, please call
(800) 955-9771 (TDD) or (800) 59-8770
(voice), via Florida Relay Service
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Driv
Tampa, FL 33619- i _-
Tel: (813) 915-86f.,.
Fax: (813) 915-05" .
Attorney for Plain-!,



Legal Notice
FLOODPLAIN NOTICE OF PUBLIC
EXPLANATION (07 02)
The City of Blc. ,. Tri .. .-,n ]rr.1.:
to undertake th ill..n..r,,g p',:.... '.
fundedby a Floric a n-,rill Ci' i.: .,rrn rll,
Development Bloci- r:.r.
A Neighborhood Revitalization Granr to
install new sewer lines on South Pear
Street, South Main Street. Arrant Ave..
and Thomas Leath Ave
These improveirr-ia s i .: r,..,.-l 'i r. Li.-
following reasons: I rir: ..IJ .i .-: :-. r:
to approximately t_.. i- ll-n ln-.i -3 r.:
help the environir.- ,r b., t.iiind .n.i' ,..:".
tially harmful unr.I..rr.r.und i.-cpu.: iti'.m


Gallery Director for Florida
Craftsmen, Inc. a statewide
organization that educates
the public about contempo-
rary craft and supports the
.well-being .of Florida's con-
temporary craft artists. As
the Gallery Director. Morgan
promoted and oversaw a
gallery ex.hibithing over 130
Florida artists year-round.
Currently at the Division.
Morgan manages the
Division's grant programs for
Individual Artists
(Fellowships and Artist
Enhancement. facilitates the
Division s workshops. and
administers the Local Arts
Agency Grant Program and
State Service Organization
Grant Program.
Morgan also serves as the
Division's Arts Accessibility
Coordinator. In this capacity
she works to foster and
encourage the development
of accessible programs
around the state and also
providess resources for organ-
izations and individuals
interested in accessibility
issues.


A: exhibit Aug. 25-30



at Veterans Memorial


It's time for the Liberty
County Arts Council to put
on the third annual art show,
at 'the Veterans Memorial
Park Civic Center.
The Civic. Center will be
open for 'viewing .starting
Friday, August 25, through
Wednesday, August 30.
Weekdays it will be open from
9 am to 8 pm, Saturday,
, August 26, 10 am to 3 pm
and Sunday. August 27. 4 to
6 pm EST.
.We ,have some great
returning artists as well as


some new. We feel this will be
an outstanding event. show-
casing some different kinds
of art including wood caring.
pottery. Indian shell designs.
and some wool items, as well
as paintings and drawings.
There is no admission
charge and you will have an
opportunity to place a bid on
some silent auction artwork.

For any additional infor-
mation contact Babs Moran
643-5491.or Gloria Keenan
643-5235


City Minutes cont'd


-mendations to the City as to
what needs to be completed
before final submission.
The Council also request-
ed for Mr. Tony Arrant iith
the Fl. Institute of
Government to be in atten-
dance at the August Regular
Council meeting.
Councilman Bailey made a
motion to adjourn.


Councilman Tomlinson sec-
onded the motion.
There being no further
business. the meeting
adjourned at 8:00 p.m.

BY: R.W. Deason,
Mayor
ATTEST: Jimmy Hand.
P. E.
City Manager/Engineer


The residents of the community will benefit
from the project.
Although the project is located in the 100
year floodplain, the improvements cannot be
undertaken in any other location due to the
scope of the project. Paved roads and house-
holds are already existent within the pro-
posed project area. There is. therefore. no
practicable alternative, but to provide the
necessary upgrades to the sewer service.
The proposed improvements conform to
applicable State floodplain protection stan-
dards and are part of the community's long
range floodplain management plan. The pro-
posed action will not affect natural or bene-
ficial floodplain values, and residents of the
community will benefit from the project.
Failure to provide these improvements could
result in deterioration of the area.
Additional agencies involved in this project
include the State of Florida Department of
Community Affairs and the U.S. Department
of Housing and Urban Development.
Agencies providing funding and/or
approvals and' permits: the City of
Blountstown and the Department of
Environmental Protection.
Comments on the proposed project will be
accepted until Thursday. September 7.
2006. Please send your comments to Jimmy
W. Hand. P.E., City Manager/Engineer, City
Hall, 20591 Central Avenue West,
Blountstown. Florida 32424. A more
detailed description of the project and the
FIA flood maps are available for citizen
review at City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue
West, Blountstown. Florida 32424.
R.W. Deason, Mayor
Environmental Certifying Official


Legal Notice
ENVIRONMENTAL CONCURRENT NOTICE
(07.02)
Notice to the Public of Finding of No
Significant Impact on the.Environment and
Request for Release of Funds and Removal
of Environmental Conditions
TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES.


*22 Yard Dump Trailer
* Old House & Barn
Demolition
* Rocl & Din Hauling
* Debris Cleanup
* Down Tree Moving
* Brush Cleanup


GROUPS AND PERSONS:
The City of Blounistown intends to under-
take a Neighborhood Revitalization project
to be funded by a Community Development
Block Grant. The project will include instal-
lation of new sewer lines on S. Pear St., S.
Main St.. Arrant Ave.. and Thomas Leath
Ave.
An environmental review of the project has
been conducted in accordance with 24 CFR
58, and it has been determined that the
activities will have no significant impact on
I he environment. Therefore, an
Environment Impact Statement (EIS). as
described in the National Environmental
Policy Act, will not be prepared. Specific rea-
son for finding of no significant impact and
decision not to prepare an EIS is: It has
been determined that the project does not
pose a potentially significant impact on the
human environment
No further environmental review of the proj-
ect will be conducted.
An Environmental Review Record (ERR).
which documents the environmental review
of the project, is on file at City Hall. 20591
Central Avenue West. Blountstown, Florida
32424 and is available for public examina-
tion. All interested parties are invited to sub-
mit written comments to the attention of
Jimmy W. Hand, P.E. City
Manager/Engineer' at City Hall, 20591
Central Avenue West, Blountstown. Florida
32424. Written comments must be received
on or before Thursday, September 7, 2006.
All comments will be considered, and no
administrative action will be taken until
comments are resolved.
The project described above will be fund-
ed with Community Development Block
Grant funds from the State of Florida and
the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD). under Title I of the
Housing and Community Development Act.
The City of Blountstown is certifying to the
State and to HUD that it, and its chief elect-
ed official, in his or her official capacity,
consent to accept the jurisdiction of the fed-
eral courts if an action is brought to enforce
responsibilities related to environmental
reviews, decision making, and action; and
that these responsibilities have been satis-
fled. The legal effect of the certification is


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that upon approval, the City of Blountstown
may expend CDBG funds ant the State and
HUD will have satisfied their responsibilities
under the National Environmental Policy
Act.
The City of Blountstown anticipates that
its Certification and Request for Release of
Funds and Removal of Environmental
Conditions will be submitted to the
Department of Community Affairs (DCA) on
or about Friday. September 8. 2006. DCA
will then allow a 15 day comment period
before taking any action on the request.
Objections will only be accepted by DCA if
they meet one of the following conditions: (1)
the certification was not executed by the
City of Blountstown's environmental certilj-
ing officer or another officer of the local gov-
ernment approved by DCA: or (2) the ERR
indicates omission of a required decision.


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The County Record, AUGUST 23, 2006, Page 13


GAINEY HARRISON
GUILFORD
Mr. Gainey Guilford, 68, of
Altha, passed away at Bay
Medical Center in Panama
City on Monday, August 21,
2006.
Gainey was born and
raised in Calhoun County
and had lived his whole life
here. He was a retired well
driller.
He is survived by his for-
mer wife, Shirley Guilford of
.Blountstown; five daughters,
Marcia Heath and husband,
Darrell, of Clarksville, Connie
SGuilford of Abbeville, AL,
Anita Walker of Blountstown,
Susan Walden and husband,
Kenny, of Clarksville and
Jeanie Rodriques of Panama
SCity; a son, Evan Guilford of
Blountstown; seventeen
grandchildren; five great-
grandchildren; a brother,
: Jack Guilford of Hillsdale,
:MI; a sister, Bobbie Klotz and
Husband, Kenny, of
1 Blountstown; and a host of
Snieces, nephews and
cousins.
Gainey was loved and will
I be missed by all. He was pre-
Sceded in death by his par-
Sents, Bob and Lorena
Guilford, of Blountstown;
and a brother, Marcus
Guilford; of Michigan.
SFuneral services will be
Shield at 10:00 a.m. today,
Wednesday, August 23, in
', the Peayy Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Michael
-"Morris officiating.' Interment
will follow at Pine Memorial
SCemetery in Blountstown.
S Peavy Funeral Home in
S.Blountstown is in charge of
Sthe arrangements,, ph.. 850-
S 674-2266.
SH. WESLEY MEARS
Mr. H. Wesley Mears, 64,
of Day, FL, a small communi-
Sty near Lake City. and Mayo,
2 passed away suddenly, of a
heart attack on Saturday,
A August 12, 2006.
SWes' was born near the
: town of Altha on September
t 16, 1941, one of the eleven
Children of Jacob E. Mears
S: and Nora Lee (Yon). Mears. At
; an early age, Wes and his
:7'family moved to the Winter
I Haven, Polk County, Florida
area. After his schooling,
S Wes worked in the citrus
S industry and then spent 18
S years working up to chief
operator with C.F. Industries
SPhosphate Minin' Company,
SBartow, FL. He lived in
i Auburndale, FL, for 35 years
before moving to the Lake
C City Perry, FL, area where he
worked in construction


recently.
Wes was preceded in death
by his parents, a set of twin
siblings in the 1930's, and
two older brothers, Robert
Hayes Mears of Columbus,
GA, and Houston Eugene
Mears of Winter Haven.
He is survived by two
sons, Richard Allen Mears of
Austin, TX, and David
Randall Mears of
Auburndale; four grandchil-
dren; two brothers, Hershell
L. Mears of Blountstown and
Burton C. Mears (Martha) of
Bristol; four sisters, Etta M.
Parker (Charles) of
Blountstown, Mary E.
McClain of Winter Haven,
Audrey N. Clemmons
(Aubrey), and Barbara A.
Floyd (Gene) of Winter Haven;
plus many nieces, nephews,
and cousins.
Memorial services and
interment were held
Saturday, August 19, at
Sunny Hill Pentecostal
Holiness Church, SR 69A &
Hwy. 274, Altha, at 10:00
a.m. with Rev. John Kramer
officiating.
Hall Funeral Home in
Altha was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 850-762-
3965.
ARTHUR F. PEACOCK
Mr. Arthur F. Peacock, 64,
of Crawfordville passed away
Monday, August 14, 2006, in
Tallahassee.
A native of Altha, Arthur
moved from West Palm Beach
to Crawfordville six years
ago. He was a retired supply
coordinator for the United
States Army, a protestant
and served in the U.S. Army
during Desert Storm.
Survivors include three
daughters, Jennifer Fearing
(husband Donald) of West
Palm Beach; Janice Parker
(husband James) 'of
Crawfordville; and Judith
Boyd (husband Richard) of
Fort. White; three brothers,
Patrick Peacock of
Tallahassee, Paul Peacock of
Tallahassee, and Richard
Peacock of Crawfordville; one
sister, Mary Setterburg of
Melbourne; seven grandchil-
dren; and four great-grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, August 19, at
10:00 (EDT) at Bevis Funeral
Home in Tallahassee.
Interment followed in Mount
Olive Cemetery in Altha at
11:30 a.m. (CDT).
Bevis Funeral Home in
Tallahassee, was in charge of
the arrangements, ph. 850-
385-2193.


PETS OF THE WEEK


Chester
Meet Chester, a one year old
male mixed breed looking for
a loving home. Chester
resides at the Blountstown
Animal Shelter and will be put
to death if he doesn't find a
home soon, Can you help?
Chester is a healthy, sweet
dog. He's white with brown
spots and good around other
dogs, He is playful and friend-
ly with both adults and chil-
dren. Call Joni at 674-8635 or
Animal Control Officer Fred
Tanner at 674-5987 if you can
help,


Bailey
Meet Bailey, a one year old
female lab/bulldog mix look-
ing for a loving home. Bailey
resides at the Blountstown
Animal Shelter and will be put
to death if she doesn't find a
home soon. Can you help?
Bailey is solid black and a
healthy, sweet dog. She is
good with other dogs and.
friendly with both adults and
children. Call Joni at 674-8635
or Animal Control Officer Fred
Tanner at 674-5987 if you can
give Bailey a.loving place ot
call home.


Job assistance is


offered to disabled


Tallahassee-For the first
time ever, Florida's
Vocational Rehabilitation
(VR) program helped 10,796
people with disabilities enter
the workforce in one year.
That number is a 15 percent
increase over the prior year
and an all time high. In addi-
tion, VR helped 1,486 injured
workers regain employ-
ment-a 10 percent increase
from last year and also a
record number.
Vocational Rehabilitation
Director Bill Palmer said, "VR
employees are committed to
helping people with disabili-
ties and injured workers gain
entry into the workforce. We
are so pleased to have' so
many of our customers make
that significant step toward
independence."
- VR provides employment
opportuLiiLe-s to people with
disabilities or people who
have been injured on the job.
VR assists them with train-
ing, medical treatment, edu-
cation, accommodations, and
other services so they may
become employed. VR also
helps .people who are
employed but have a disabili-
ty that is. causing them prob-
lems in continuing to work.
One VR customer who now
teaches special education
elementary school students
in the Tampa area, Elyse


Loderhose said, "Without
VR's support and assistance I
would not be where I am
today. I always wanted to
work with children with dis-
abilities."
Loderhose was born in
South Korea with cerebral
palsy, heart disease, and
then developed a stuttering
problem. .At four, she was
adopted by a St. Augustine
couple. When it was time to
go to college, she came to VR
for help. VR provided her
with medical care, a comput-
er, textbooks, and tuition.
Loderhose also received a
special device worn like a
hearing aid called, a
SpeechEasy. The machine
helps people who stutter self-
correct their speech.
Florida's Vocational
Rehabilitation program is a
statewide resource for busi-
nesses that employ people
with disabilities and people
with disabilities who want to
go to work. VR has 116
offices across the state. For
additional information about
VR services, call 866-515-
3692, or visit the VR Web site
at RehabWorks.org.


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A True Patriot
Seven years active duty U.S. Army
Major 9 years U.S. Army Reserves
Two combat tours in Iraq 101 st Airborne
Division, 1 st Armor Division/i st Calvary Division
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. Revival Aug. 27-30 will
feature Tom Castiglione


Blountstown Community
Church will be having revival
services starting on AuIgust
27th. at 5:00 p.m. Services
on August 28th 30th will
begLn at 6:30 p.m.
Our special speaker \\11i be
Evangelist Tom CaStiglione.
Come expecting a, miracle
and you will receive it.. Come.
join us in a' great time in the
Lord.
For more information call
762-8405 or 643-3602.

Spaghetti supper will
benefit Nazarene Church
Blountstown 'Church of,
the Nazarene is having a
spaghetti dinner on
Saturday, September 2, at
the W.T. Neal Civic Center.
the time is 5:30 7:30 p.m.
Proceeds will go toward.
putting a new roof on the',


church and parsonage.
Dinners are $5.00 per plate.
Please contact Rev. Ken
McCloskey at 674-8196 if
you are interested.

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A Place Where We,
REJOICE in God's'Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
20500 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 & BibleStudy..........6:30 PM
Pastor Tom Stalworth
,Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ

SBlountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals
Sunday Services Hwy. 20West
Sunday School...9:45 AM 13th Street
Morning Worship...11:00 AM Bloun
EveningWorship...5:00 PM Blountstown, FL
WednesdayyService...7:00 PM 850-6744331




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 loin 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
S"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
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850-674-5747 email: info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: www.rivertownchurch.info



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SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
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PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 500 PM wwwdtapps.com/southside/
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon.


Dog & cat food donations

needed for local shelter
Donations of dog/cat food are needed for the
Blountstown Animal Shelter. All donations are tax
deductible. Please save your empty bags of Purina dog
or cat food for Joni Moody who is leading a volunteer
effort for the shelter. She also needs any coupons for dog
or cat food. Call her at 674-8635 if you can help. Also
desperately needed...13 homes for loving dogs!




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The County Record, AUGUST 16, 2006, Page 14


Chipola Regional Workforce Development Board Officers
include (from left) Caretha Everett, Secretary/Treasurer;
Raymord Russell, Vice Chair; and Zenna Corbin, Chair.

At Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board's Annual Meeting...

Oglesby International


honored with award
The Chipola Regional local volunteer fire depart-
Workforce Development ment and Main Street
Board announced $1.3 mil- improvement organizations.
lion in special grants during Zenna Corbin, Chipley,
the organizations annual was installed as the new
meeting Thursday, August Chair and Raymond Russell,
10, 2006 at the Jackson Blountstown was installed as
County Agriculture Center. the new Vice-Chair. Ms.
The grant funds will be Caretha Everett, Marianna,
used to further the organiza- joins Corbin and Russell on
tions mission of providing job the officer team. Ms. Everett
training and employment ,will be serving another term
services- through Calhoun, as the organizations
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty Secretary/Treasurer.
and Washington Counties; The Board also recognized
These funds are the result of several employers in the
five different grants awarded region. Oglesby Plants
to the Board. International, Altha, West
Mr. Bill Hopkins of Point Home, Chipley and
Marianna was recognized as Marianna, and the City of
the Board's Outstanding Marianna were each recog-
Member of the Year and nized as being outstanding
became. the first recipient of employers and for their work
that award given by his peers with the local One-Stop
on the Board. Mr. Hopkins is Career Centers in their
a founding member of the' employment and recruitment
,board and has served the. services.
board on various committees The Board recognized West
while lending'his wisdom and Point Home as the Regional
service to the non-profit Employer of'the Year. In pre-
organization. senting the award the com-
During the meeting the pany was lauded for being
Board also recognized outgo- proactive in their hiring prac-
ing Chair Janice Sumner who tices, their cooperation with
represents Calhoun County 'the One-Stop system, their
on the workforce board. Ms. .willingness to participate in
Sumner served two years as special training programs as
the Chair of the organization. well 'as their community
Sumner presented the minded sprint.
Chair's Award for The Chipola Regional
Outstanding Service Award Workforce Development
to Mr. .obbv Clark in reco,- Board is a non-profit organi-
.hitiJn -bfI his se'MlcV-to '15t1'rr 'fIioTi credicated' to providmin
the Board and the communi- training and employment
ties we serve. In addition to, opportunities as well as
his time .iith the workforce working with employers to
board Mr. Clark has been improve the quality and skill
extremely involved in his level of the local workforce.


Local Katrina survivor


to speak at celebration


:Brenda Brody, a
Blountstown woman., who
moved here with her hus-
band after being displaced
from her New Orleans home
following Hurricane Katrina.
will be speaking at; an
upcoming event for
Hurricane Katrina survivors.
Brody, who was featured
in The County Record last
year after being reunited with
her cat that was lost in the
storm. will be among the
speakers at the Project
H.O.P.E. event. Eves on the
Future: A Celebraton of Gulf,
Coast Spirit. set for Tuesday.
August 29, at 6 p.m. ET at,
the Walker Ford Community
Center in Tallahassee.
Hurricane Katrina sur-,
vivors and those 'involved
:with the' recovery effort a'e.
invited to attend the' event
marking 'the. one yea'r
anniversary of Hurricane
Katrina and its impact on the
lives of those affected-.; Come.
share in a moment of silence
for those lost and for those
who are still recovering.
Food'. and drink, music
and prizes will be provided.
The event will alsb include a
gumbo cook-off and art activ-
ities for the kids. RSVP by
calling Project H.O.P.E. at
(850) 523-3337.
Last year, over 600,000
people were displaced .as a
resulted of Hurricane Katrina.
SThe initial response through
the American Red Cross,
local agencies and faith-
based organizations provided
for many survival-based
needs and brief short term
crisis intervention. 'However,
many individuals and' fami-
lies remain located in the Big
Bend Area because they are
not able to return to their
own communities.
In support of those who
have, relocated to the Big
Bend area, as a, result of.
Kafrina; Project H.O.P.E. is
hosting this event to cele-
brate their survival and spir-
,it. The survivors .chose the'
name of the event- Eyes on
'the.' utuire- because, it best
represents their current feel-
,


ings and outlook on life.
Your supIport and participa-
tion in welcoming these indi-
viduals to the Big.Bend area
is greatly appreciated.
Participants are invited to.
bring their favorite home-
stxle dish. Other food and
beverages will be provided.
This event will be family-
friendly. and \will include a
drawing for prizes. live
music, a gumbo contest.
mask-making activities for
the kids :(and kids at heart)
,,and karaoke. .All those who
were affected biy the events
surrounding Katrina or part
of the recovery effort locally,
or otherwise, are invited to
come and share in this celd-
bration of resilience and sur-
vivall .
Project H.O.P.E., which
stands for :. Helping Out
People in Emergencies, is a
FENLA- funded program
whose mission is to provide,
short-term crisis counseling
and resource referral to
Katrina survivors living inf the
Big Bend. This disaster \\as
not only. an individual and
family changing event, but a
community. culture and
identity changing event as
well. Accoi-ding to FEMA,
there are approximately 997
known Hurricane Katrina
survivors in the Big Bend
area. Most of our clients are
adjusting well to their new
lives in the Big Bend, and
many have found new jobs,
homes and friends.
Project H.O.P.E. can be
contacted via email at
apalacheecenter@ gmail.com
or by phone at (850) 523-
3337.



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MVonday at Noon
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Richard Williams, Executive Director of the Chipola
Workforce Board, presents the Employer of the Year
Calhoun/Liberty award to Mary McKenzie of Oglesby Plants
International.


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JOB OPENING
Job opening in Blountstown
Insurance office. Customer
Service/Secretary Position.
Very good salary and
frequent raises. Must have
previous office experience.
Send resume to
P.O. Box 66
Altha, Fla. 32421

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RN WANTED
RN Wanted to provide health
literacy services and on-site
child vision and hearing
screenings in six counties.
Extensive travel required. Must
have own vehicle, experience in
the nursing field, and experience
working with young children.
Position.is open until filled.
Applications may be obtained
from Calhoun County Library
17731 NE Pear St. Blountstown,
FL 32424 or call 850-674-5200
ask for Rita Maupin or Joyce
Thomas or visit
www.elcofnwflorida.org
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CALHOUN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Position: Administrative Assistant to Emergency Management Director
Closing Date: Tuesday, September 5, 2006 at 12:00 P.M. (CT)
Salary: Negotiable (Based on Skills and Experience)
Minimum Qualifications:
-A Standard High School Diploma
SKeyboarding (Minimum of 35 correct WPM)
Proficiency in Word Processing(Word, Word Perfect)
SExcellent communication skills
Excellent writing, reading, spelling and math skills
*General office skills
'' ~j~.pl~a.r13e-hould be picked up and returieitd:''

Calhoun County C. uriri.uu .e
Emergency Management Office
20859 Central Avenue East,
Room G-40 (located in the basement)
S Blountstown, Florida 32424

CALHOUN COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Aug. 23, 30, 2006


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Computer Technician 1
S District Position
*Terms of Employment: 12 months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
Experience and Skill Level.
*Applicanl Oualifications: High School Diploma with at lest 2
years experience in a computer related field. Ability to
communicate and work well with varying technical skills/abilities.
*Applications are available at Ihe office of the Superintendentrof
Schools located in Ihe Courthouse or can be printed off the
district websile (htlp:,"'www.paec.org/district/District_Forms.htm).
Completed applications should be returned to Ihe School Board
office by Friday. August 25 2006 12:00 noon (CDT).
*A copy ol the lob utlies pertaining to this position is available
at the School Board Office.
*Questions concerning this opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Greg Jones, Assistant,
Superintendent.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
S' -'RI.iC F .RE n i'.'RI'FI-CE '
August'23, 2006



CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL
VACANCIES

NURSING DEPARTMENT
Medical Telemetry Unit
Hours: 3 P.M. 11 P.M. and 11 P.M.-7 A.M.
RN (7 ON/I OFF) 3 Positions
LPN (7 ON/7 OFF) 3 Positions
Emergency Department
Hours: 3 P.M. -11 P.M.
RN (7 ON/7 OFF) 2 Positions
RN QUALIFICATIONS: Current CPR certification, current licensure with State of
Florida, Additional (ER Only) ACLS Certification or plans to attain within 3
months of hire, 1 year nursing experience. ,
LPN QUALIFICATIONS: Current CPR Certification, IVT Certification, Current
licensure with State of Florida.
Data Processing Clerk
Full Time Position
SRequirements: High School Diploma or equivalent
Good telephone skills required
Ability to communicate effectively with other staff and departments.
Some computer/data entry experience preferred.
Job Description: .
This position is responsible for keying charges and payments Into the hospital
'computer system. Works with other departments to assure that all charges have
been-turned in to the Business Office. Back up for patient representatives phones.
Performs other clerical duties as assigned by the Business Office Manager.
Must be able to work unsupervised and pay attention to detail
An EqualOpportunity Employer/Drug-Free Workplace
Aug. 16, 23,2000


Accepting Applications
The Calhoun County Public Library is accepting applications for a Youth Services
MentorTfutor to provide after-school homework help. The position is grant funded
and part-time. Requirements: ability to pass a pre-service background screening
and CPR, citizenship, a current driver's license and no history of illegal drug use.
Ideal candidate will have 2 years of college or have the Highly Qualified Para-
Professional designation as awarded by the School District. Applications may be
picked up at the library. Call 674-5200 for further information. Ask for Rita Maupin,
Tony Shoemake, or Phyllis Cauley.



JOB OPENING
SShelton Trucking Service, Inc., Altha, FL, is accepting resume
or applications to fill opening in the CLERICAL DEPARTMENT.
Applicant must have strong communications skills, ability to
handle large amounts of paperwork. Basic computer skills is
helpful.
SInterested persons may send resume to P.O. Box 68, Altha;
FL 32421 or fax to 850-762-3538.
*Applications may be picked up at corporate location on Hwy.
'73, Altha, FL. Interviews will be conducted after review of
application/resume.
Shelton Trucking is an Equal .Opportunity Employer.
Applicants must pass physical and drug screen. Benefits
include insurance and 401K retirement. ..


SChar.tweJlsSchool:Dining Services.
JOB OPPORTUNITY'

Chartwells School Dining Services is looking for
associates with excellent customer service skills for part
time school food service employment in Liberty &
Calhoun Counties

*Applications are available at the Calhoun Education
Office- 16651 SE River St.
Questions concerning the position may be directed to
Charelle M. Murray, Director Of Dining Services
Employment opportunities are offered with out regard
to race, religion, sex,'age, national origin, handicap or
marital status

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug. 23, 2006


Chartwells School Dining Services
JOB OPPORTUNITY

Chartwells School Dining Services is accepting applications for the
following positions:

Kitchen Cook
Blountstown Elementary School

*Terms of Employment: 10 Months
Salary: Please inquire when applying
PositiohnRequirements: Knowledge of kitchen operations/ large
quantity cooking, must be able to do place orders, good leadership
skills
*Applications are available at the Calhoun Education Office- 16651 SE
River St.
* Questions concerning the position may be directed to Charelle M.
Murray, Director Of Dining Services
* Employment opportunities are offered with out regard to race, religion,
sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
Aug. 23, 2006



JOB OPPORTUNITY
Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown is seeking a
Certified Dietary Manager
$2,000 Sign-On Bonus!
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


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL

WORKSHOP MEETING


The City Council, City of Blountstown, will
meet in a special session on Thursday,
September 7, 2006 at 6:00 P.M. in the, City
Council meeting room located at 17262 NW,
Angle Street Blountstown, Florida. The
purpose of this workshop is to review with the
Altha Town Council:


Sewer and Water lines being
run to the Town of Altha


By: R.W. Deason, Mayor
Attest: Jimmy W. Hand, P.E.
City Mgr/Eng
Aug. 23, 2006


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


BOATS &
MOTORS
19 1/2 ft. 2006 Stratos 294 Pro XL
with a 200 Mercury Optimax and
Minnkota Maxxum trolling motor.
Hunter green and gold in color. Has
leather seats, hydraulic jackplate
and many extras. Excellent condi-
tion, serious inquiries only. $29,900
firm. Call 643-6132 or 643-5985.
1989 Ford F150 4x4, runs good,
needs some body work. Engine
replaced with 5.0 with 5 spd. trans.
Long 8 foot bed. $1500. Call Robert
at 850-352-4576 and leave mes-
sage.
Chevy Suburban, 4 x 4, 1984.
Call 643-6991 or 674-3571.
Chevy Box Impala, 1979, looks
and runs fast, $750.00. Call 674-
8570, leave message.
Grand Prix GT, 2004, silver, 4 dr.,
'CD player, traction control, beautiful
car, 48,000 miles. $11,500. Call
674-1946 or 447-1350.
Hyundai Scoop, 1993, red in
color, runs good. $600. OBO. Call
674-5804.
Ford Ranger, 1994, 3.0 It, 5 spd.,
A/C, CD player, 98,000. miles.
$5,000. Call 890-2128.
Ford Explorer XLT, 2004, leather
seats, power everything, CD player,
.3rd row seating, towing package.
Dark tan in color excellent condition
Has *52K miles, asking payoff 0o
$20,500. Must sell,' serious inquires
only. Call 643-6132 or 643-5985.

FOR RENT
SCherokee 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 trailers., semi-furnished, no
pets. 674-4011.
RV trailers $75 $80 week; most
utilities lurnisned. 2 bdr. trailers'
when available Call 674-4011
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no.
pets. '674-40T 1-~-O' -
House, 3 bdi., 2 bath in town. Call
6.74-6909.
House, 3 bdr., 2 full baths, 2
'porches, CHIA. ceiling fans, located
in town $650/mo plus $500 deposit.
Call 850-592-1118, leave message.


1, 2, &3 Bedroom
Apartments
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Mobile home for rent, $85.00 to
$125 00 weekly, 2 bedroom. All util-
ities included. Also RV lot for rent.
Call 674-7616.

FOR SALE
Roaches? Use BUGMAX 365.
Guaranteed. Kills Ants too! Altha
Farmers Co-op, (Blountstown), 674-
8194, (Altha), .762-3161 or Waldorff
Ace. Hardware, 762-3228.
Refrigerator, side by side, filtered
water and ice in door, paid $1,000,
asking $350; Maytag dishwasher,
stainless steel inside and out, less
than 2 years old, paid $800, asking


AUTO HOME LIFE
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE,
For A Friendly Quote Call
674-5333
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Call Chris Nissle



$250; chest freezer, $75; electric
range, $75; Kenmore washing
machine, $75. Call 850-573-2747.
Yamaha V-Star 1100, after market
exhaust with heat shield. Makes a


1,500 sq.

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sound like a Harley, $100; 1978
Harley Davidson 1000 XLH
Sportster, electric start only, S & S
carb., mustang seat, aztec orange,
$4,500. Call 674-1443.
Items for sale: Adapt AAA batter-
ies to fit AA, C, or even D cells! $5
per kit; Eyewitness video series, $25
OBO; Catalina, ladies XL, rain jack-
et, $15 OBO; computer based elec-
tronics training CD-ROM set, $25.
OBO; 6 disk multi play CD cartridge,
$5 OBO; CD-ROM based educa-
tional software for biology, physics
and calculus, $10 ea. Call 674-
4034.
Waterbed, queen size, $100; sec-
tional couch with recliner and queen
sleeper, tan color, $100; electric
dryer, $50; unfinished vanity, best
offer. Call 674-8616.,
Chrome wheels with high per-
formance tires, 22 inch 6 lugs,
$2500. Call 228-0232 or 643-2531..
Propane gas logs for fireplace,
$150. Call 228-9232 or 643-2531.
Edmunds quilting frame with
extension for crib to king size $100.
Call 674-6901.
Antique Singer sewing machine,
excellent condition, $250; antique
vanity with stool, good condition,
$200; (2) antique chairs, $50 ea;
RCA stereo with 5 CD, turntable,
cassette, AM/FM with large speak-
ers, $100 OBO. Call 237-1915.
AR 15 rifle, scope mounts, hard
case included, real clean, $900. Call
890-2128.
White rose trellis, 15 ft., like brand
new, solid white wooden cabinet with
six drawers and 2 doors with brown
formica top and back and side ledge,
46 1/2" x 28," $60; beige solid wood
storage cabinet with 2 large doors, 2
small doors and 2 drawers, 34 1/2" x
62", $50; upright freezer, $75; snap-
per lawn mower with good frame,
seat and tires, needs work. Call
Brenda Hurst at 674-8381.

FREE PETS
Free great Pyrenees and lab mix
puppies, 8 weeks old, male and
female, wormed. Call 674-4235.
Kitten, free to good home, 12
week old orphan tiger stripped kitten,
house, broke; ,free Hungarian
Shepherd/mix puppies, ready in
about 3 weeks. Call 674-4290 leave'
a message.

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


ft./$90,000

Builders LLC

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WANTED


Wanted: Looking for a beautiful
engagement ring. Call 762-3599.
Wanted: DVD movies for collec-
tion The Complete Mr.;Beans, Sex
and the City (Season 2), Boot Hill,
Chattanooga Choo-Choo, Daughters
of Darkness, Firechasers, Harry in
Your Pocket, Kenny Everett "The
Complete Naughty Bits", Razor
Blade Smile. Call 674-4034 for more
info.
16' Extreme boat with stick steer-
ing, motor and trailer. Late model
preferred. Will pay cash! Call 850-
562-5640.

YARD SALE
Saturday, August 26, across from
the old Taco Bell on West Central
Avenue, beginning at 7:00 a.m.
Clothing, kitchen'items, linens and
comforters, other house hold items.
Sears Craftsman riding mower,
$200. Call 643-6584 or 674-8593
and leave message if interested in
mower.


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have pigs around September 1.
Both for $350 or $200 each. Call
762-3617.

LOST & FOUND
Lost: yellow lab, female, 8
-months old, brown nose and brown
collar. Name: Carly. Reward
Offered. Lost in the vicinity of Hwy.
69/69-A. Call 674-3381.
Found: black/tan hound mix,
young puppy on Lee Farm Road.
Call 674-9859.

MOBILE HOME
1994 Cavalier mobile home, 16 x
80 with an addition. Must be moved.
$8,500. Call 850-573-2747.



PETS FOR SALE
Boston Terriers, (2), registered,
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Rainy day wreck totals SUV

A Madison man was fortunate to walk away without a scratch when his SUV was totalled in
a single vehicle crash Monday afternoon in Calhoun County. Larry Jackson was southbound on
Hwy. 69, just north of John G. Bryant Road, when he lost control of his 1999 Ford Explorer. The road
was extremely wet due to heavy rains at the time and Jackson's vehicle crashed along the east
shoulder. The accident was investigated by Trooper Dallas Jones of the Florida Highway Patrol.



Bog-in lawsuit cont'd


order including side-by-side
mud boggin', side-by-side
sand drags, electronic timing
lights, and a 10 acre mud
play hole."
Ronal Wood concluded
that letter by urging the
Commission to take appro-
priate action. "It is the
responsibility and duty of the
Board of County
Commissioners to hold Mr.
Goodwin to the terms govern-
ing his special use excep-
tion," Wood stated.
"Accordingly, the
Commission should inimedi-
ately revoke the Tri-State Off
Road Park development order
and order Mr. Goodwin to
cease and desist and stop all
activities at the Tri-State Off
Road Park immediately."
When the noise problems
continued, the Woods pro-
ceeded through the court
system. The matter went
before Circuit Judge Hentz
McClellan in June who ren-
dered his final judgement last
week. Judge McClellan noted
in his order that the engineer
hired by the Woods had
found noise levels. "regularly
exceeded 80dB in the 32 to
10.000 Hertz range and occa-
sionally reached 90dB. These
results' were extrapolated to
the defendants' property
boundary and showed deci-
bel levels regularly exceeding
90 dB. A decibel level of 80
dB is equivalent to a loud.
orchestra. A level of 90dB is
equivalent to a senu-tractor
passing by on, a highway and
is the level at which noise
becomes unsafe."


Judge McClellan further
stated, 'The current opera-
tion of the Tri-State Off Road
Park constitutes a private
nuisance because of the
excessive noise levels gener-
ated by the vehicles and the
loudspeaker. The evidence
failed to prove that the light-
ing at the track constituted a
nuisance. The plaintiffs have
not proven any actual eco-
nomic damages, but have
experienced a loss of quiet
enjoyment of their property."
In light of those findings,
SJudge McClellan ordered the
Goodwins to refrain from
operating or permitting any
Motor vehicle that causes the
noise levels measured at
their property line to exceed
80dB and to keep the loud-
speaker volume down so it
couldn't be heard by neigh-
bors. In addition, all racing
activities must cease by 11
p.m. The Goodwins were
ordered to pay the Woods
$1000 for their loss of quiet
enjoyment of their property,
along with reasonable costs
as determined by the court.
In the County Commission
meeting held Aug. 15; Patti
Wood addressed the board
about the court 'battle she
feels would not have been
necessary had the commis-
sioners simply enforced the
original agreement for the
bog-in.
S "By the grace of God, my
family had 'the money to
fight," she remarked. noting
they had spent S30.000 on
their case.. "But most of the
people.in this county could


Liberty Co. land



will be preserved


TALLAHIASSEE Governor
Jeb Bush and the Flonda
Cabinet have voted to add
three new projects to the
Florida Forever land acquisi-
tion lists. including one in
Liberty County. Proposed by
the Acquisition and
Restoration Council, the new
projects and modifications to
the lists further Florida's
commitment to preserving
and protecting the state's
natural resources.
"By preserving lands
through acquisitions and
conservation easements, we
are protecting natural
resources and habitat while
providing recreational and
economic- benefits for
Florida's citizens," said
Department .of
Environmental Protection
Secretary Colleen MI. Castille.
"Today's amendments and
updates to the" Florida
Forever acquisition Lists will
continue a proud tradition of
environmental conservation."
New projects added to the
Florida Forever lists:
m Ochlockonee Bluffs,
Liberty County (1.760
acres) The project will pro-
tect land surrounding the
Apalachicola National Forest,
preserving habitats for a
number of threatened and.
endangered species. In addi-
'tion. the. Ochlocknee River
floodplain is a travel corridor
for. the Florida black bear;
This project will ensure that.
nearly,three miles of the cor-
ridor remains undeveloped.
and intact. ;
Clay Ranch. Putnam
County (2,379 acres) This
project will help connect con-
servation lands across North.
Florida, providing a roaming
corridor for the Florida black
bear as well as protecting


conservation lands for water-
shed and wildlife protection.
-'' North Nokuse
Plantation. Walton County
(3,685 acres) Part of the
Northwest Florida Greenway,
this project will protect an
8.5-mile connector between
Eglin Air Force Base and the
SChoctawfiatchee Wildlife
Management Area. The
SGreenway creates a conser-
vation corridor spanning six
counties while preventing
encroachment near the 'flight
path of military aircraft on
training and testing exercises
from the Apalachicola
National Forest and the Gulf
Coast to EglinAir Force Base.
The new projects will be
placed on the Florida Forever
"A" list, which allows the
State to pay up to 100 per-
cent of appraised .value for
the properties.. Other
changes made to the Flonda
Forever lists include:
m Projects with Boundary:
Amendments: Econ-St.
Johns Ecosystem. Upper St.
Marks River Corridor,
Wakulla Springs Protection
Zone
Projects Moved from
Group B to Group A: Belle
Meade, Clear Creek/ Whiting
Field (Phase II), Econ-St.
Johns Ecos\stem, Pierce
Mound Complex, Twelve Mile
Slough
The 10-year, .$3 billion
Florida Forever program
established by Governor
Bush and the-' Florida
Legislature in 199o9 con-
serves environmentally sensi-
tive land, restores waterways
and preserves important cul-
tural and historical
resources. For more informa-
tion, visit www.Florida
Forever. org.


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for SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 3
i Lifelong resident of Calhoun County
School Board member for 8 years
I Married with 4 children ages 37, 31, 28, 10
2 Grandchildren ages 4 & 2
i Private business owner
N Money management
a Long term planner

Clifford Newsome will put his Experience and
Business Knowledge to work for you.


SAs a business owner, taxpayer, landowner, father
S and grandfather I have a vested interest in the
future of our School System.
I would appreciate your consideration and
support on September 5th.

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