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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: September 6, 2006
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2006 100th Year, No. 1 N BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


UT1UTY CRUNCH


SSnafu on


city utility

bills offers


surprise
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Many city residents were
a little surprised over the
weekend when they opened
their utility bills. Inside, they
found a heftier bottom line
for gas charges not billed in
February, March, and April.
City Manager Jimmy
Hand was out of town at
press time, however, The
County Record learned sev-
eral customers had called
City Hall to inquire about
the unexpected higher bill.
According to a notice from
City Hall, "The City passes
through its cost to you
through the gas rate calcula-
tion. There was a problem in
the calculation of February,
March, and April 2006 gas
rates. Florida Gas Utility
presented the City credits on
each month's bill. The City
passed through too much
credit to its customers.
Unfortunately, the City must
bill the difference to you at
this time."
Anyone with questions
can call City Hall, 674-5488.

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as voters made their wa', to the polls. The County Record went to press before the final count, however, results can be
found on our website at www.thecountyrecord.net


What will the Bloumtstown Greenway

mean to the local economy? Everything.


Eco-Tourism
.

Opportunities

BY KLLI PEACOCK
News Editor : -
'This town.is one of the most unique villages I have ever
had the opportunity to visit and revisit."
Those were. the' words from just one of the thousands of
: trail ;users who spent-Uime ir Damascus, Virginia, described
as "Trail Town, 1USA." With a population of.9fl, this little
comtilunity located in a county about the size of Jackson
:here tI Northwest Florida, has capitalized on their proximi-.
Sty along the Appalaedian Trail.
SIn thAt same spirit of using what you've got, Blountstown
Main Street members' and Calhouh County Chamber of
Conmrlerce officials are hoping our little panhandle town will
:-'opllpowsuit a~ the Blountstown Greenway: prepares to open
this fall
SThe writer of the letter mentioned above goes on to say
.that Damascus has been described'as "being the friendliest
townn, lotg the Appalachiai Trail," then adds, "That. my
.friend. i a'iV utndersAiteentm In fact, it is more than friend-
.,"y; it" 'jsfd6oTirighth6mey."
That's the kind of reaction local leaders hope to generate
here in Calhoun County and they are urging residents to
Start thildking -it terms of businesses and services that will
-.appea toq trail uses while improving-our economy-
:.l: oid ld ikaeoto^atr .or pvenr electric cart
.- tobursstarting att;f ~Fi 'ep6t' 'says~' Main.Street Board Member
.'AngieHtEillf;.; Gueslts could eat lunch .at the remodeled "red
barri: tour -th.e epot. getback in the electric car or segway
-anatf fWih'the: tiil ,tide ending with- a- tour of-the Pioneer
Se :tlenel;~~iS wunipd .hold this be? .We could advertise in
': .if-th~rnt 'ng Coastti Breeze or other publications featur-
n. lg thi'oast and trail/riyer towns. I have seen .where differ-
-t toriins are cha-rgng$45 per personro.ride the segway on
tour ^ofthe owtaing '10 touristsi at one- time, You do the
Simahi.'ty vtsisonariadmaiy othertifor.Blountstown is proba-
'l.'tly 'exteridirig:out -ay years; but what.great things for our
;. l.d aid. graidi- tidso en-joy,'The property owners along the
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has capitalized on their trail by catering to
trail users.


INFRASTRUCTURE


Road work

to tune of

$45 million

underway
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If you've been complain-
ing about a bumpy road in
the county in need of being
paved, chances are it's slat-
ed to happen. And if it's not,
the Calhoun County Grants
Department is seeking a way
to make it happen.
Grants Coordinator
Sonny O'Bryan and his
assistants, Angle Smith and
Joni Mercer, currently have
$45 million in projects
underway across the county
with applications in the
works to benefit other sub-
standard roads.
"Our goal is to pave every
single road we can," O'Bryan
tells The County Record.
"We're after cutting mainte-
nance, avoiding costs, and
preventing damage. If your
road is not on the list now, it
will possibly be, pending
funding availability and cost
benefit."
O'Bryan says hurricanes
in recent years have not
been a friend to the county
road system: "It used to be
every time we had a storm, it
just about shut us down," he
remarks. "We'd like to make
sure in the future that all we
have to do is a little cleanup
and go back to work rather
than rebuild the county."
- Wondering if your road is
on the list? Take a look at
the hefty project list O'Bryan
and staff are managing:
Hwy. 275 resurfacing
project from SR 71,North at
the GOCO to SR71 South
about 13 miles. Funding
source: $3.6 million, Florida
Dept. of Transportation
(DOT) Small County
Outreach Program grant.
Details: Completed work
includes reworking of the
shoulder, sodding and seed-
ing, leveling and temporary
striping. Remaining work
includes more leveling,
driveway turnouts, reflective
pavement markers, and per-
manent striping. Final
course should begin in two
weeks.
Mason Road paving, pipe
work and swell protection
project. Funding source:
$1.2 million, DOT County
Incentive Grant Program.
Details: Should lay asphalt
within two weeks.
Abe Springs Bullhead Bay
Road paving project.
Funding source: $2.1 mil-
lion, DOT County Incentive
See ROAD PROJECTS, page 2



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Published every Wednesday by
Calhoun Publishing Co., Inc.
20311 Central Avenue West
Blountstown, FL 32424
PHONE: 850-674-5041
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Blountstown, FL Post Office
POSTMASTER: Send address
changes to
THE COUNTY RECORD
P.O. Box 366, Blountstown, FL 32424
$21.00 in Calhoun & Liberty Counties
$26.00 Elsewhere
Robert A. Turner
Publisher/Editor/Advertising
Sharon Turner
Bookkeeper/Circulation
Kelli Peacock....News Editor
Somehow, largely through the Grace
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pride on the part of many people,
The County Record has never missed
an issue.


and Dennis These include
CR 1. CR 5. Gra\ Road off
Bale\ Cemetery Road,
Flatmood- Road. Lee Farm
Road. Shortv Segtrs Road,
.iJohn F. Bailey Road. Willard
Smith Road. and Camphead
Road.
There are also 12
Emergency Watershed
Projects from the National
Resource Conservation
Service being completed,
totalling around $3.5 million.
This is a 75/25 local match.
"We did drainage, ditch
paving, low water crossing,
shoulder protection, pipes,
and asphalt in repetitive
damage areas," says
O'Bryan.
Five applications are in the
process for FEMA projects
including two drainage proj-
ects on Tupelo Avenue and
Chipiola Road. The other
three are to retrofit windows
for storm protection at local
shelters.
A CDBG Neighborhood
Revitalization grant is being
approved to do $1.4 million
(some funding from FEMA
and other sources) in
drainage and paving on
Centerlake Road, a portion of
Walter Potts and Bates Road,


Backwoods Road, Musgrove
Road, and Alfred Shelton
Road.
A DOT SCOP application
is pending to resurface and
widen Hwy. 286 from Hwy.
69 to the Jackson County
line. This project is in the $3
to $4 million range.
A grant is also pending to
widen and resurface CR 392
from SR 71 South to Broad
Branch.
Projects that have been
approved and are in the
design stage include a
$500,000 SCRAP project on
Magnolia Church Road to
widen and resurface from SR
71 to Hwy. 275; A SCOT DOT
project to widen and resur-
face Hwy. 274 to the Jackson
County line for a cost of
$600,000; and a DOT project
to pave John Redd Road West
from SR 69 North to CR 69-A
at a cost of $500,000.
The county is also under
contract with Florida Forever
and the Northwest Florida
Water Management District
to pave Lamb Eddy Road
from Hamilton Springs Road
to the boat landings at a cost
of $450,000.
For more on grants and
road projects, call 674-8075.


Calhoun County was well
represented at the U.S.
National Forestry Pageant
held over the weekend with
three local girls placing in the
event.
Hulya Reisoglu, the reign-
ing Little Miss Florida
Forestry, was first runner up
at nationals. Nilsa Prowant,
who holds the title of Miss
Florida Forestry Hospitality,
was first runner up in the
junior miss division at
nationals. In addition, Kayla
Yon, Teen Miss Florida
Forestry, came in at second
runner up at nationals. Yon
won the prettiest dress and
best personality categories in
her division. Prowant was
best personality and prettiest
face in her age group.
Reisoglu was fourth runner
up in hospitality.
Also competing' from the
area were Bridgette Utley -
Miss Florida Forestry,
Madison Fine Teeny Miss
Florida Forestry, and
Brittany Smith Junior Miss
Florida Forestry.

Garden Club will

meet September 11
The Torreya Garden Club
will meet Monday, September
11, at 6:30 p.m. at the
County Extension Building
with Pres. Sandra Parrish
presiding.
An interesting program
has been planned, and, of
course, the hosts will be pro-
viding tasty refreshments.


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CALHOUN COUNTY
Aug. 26: Cott Sumnerlin, false traffic report
Aug. 27: John Finney, holding for Marion Co.; Fredrick Vasquez, vio-
lation of suspended sentence; Marcial Ruiz, no valid drivers
license; Cardrico Mosley, DWLSR, domestic battery
Aug. 28: Craig Smith, domestic battery; Stacey Rudd, aggravated
battery
Aug. 29: Katrina G. Sailor, VOP
Aug. 30: Alexander O'Kelley, court/holding for Leon Co.; Daisy
Holliday, failure to appear/issuing worthless checks, VOP
Aug. 31: Robert Wood, DUI; Daniel McKenzie, aggravated stalking;
Kristina Manns, VOP; Catlin Green, VOP; Jamal Sareini, DWLSR
Sept. 1: Cathie Fitzgerald, worthless checks; James Yeneral, disor-
derly intoxication; Patrick Layfield, criminal mischief

LIBERTY COUNTY
Aug. 26: Stephanie Ann Adkins, hold for CCSO
Aug. 27: Richard Matthew Bell, DUI, falsely impersonating an offi-
cer; Carrasio Hernandez-Augustin, no valid DL; Bobby Gale Foster,
domestic battery; Tammy Jenette Sangster, domestic battery; Bill
Edward Smith, disorderly intoxication
Aug. 28: Cardrico Mosely, domestic battery; Stacey Rudd, CCSO;
LeRoy Alvin Cook, DWLSR with knowledge
Aug. 29: Lorenzo Dawayne Oliver, DWLSR; James Roosevelt
McGee, holding for Leon Co.; Katrina Leateasia Sailor, hold for
Calhoun Co.
Aug. 30: Daisy Johnrice Holliday, holding for CCSO
Aug. 31:Kristina Lee Manns, holding for CCSO
Sept. 1: Sergio Lopez, no DL; Matthew Adkins, possession of'less
than 20 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia; Michael
Duke, possession of a controlled substance; Reynaldo Jimenez, no
valid DL Cathie Fitzgerald, holding for CCSO; Jessie Lee Moulton,
possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, and drug para-
phernalia, introduction of contraband into jail

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.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 6, 2006, Page 3


Four-event Chipola College Artist Series



Tickets on sale today


Mr and Mrs. Jason Lee Capps


Haught, Capps wed;


reception Sept. 10


Jason Lee Capps, a
1997 graduate of
Blountstown High School,
and Melissa Jean Haught
of Delaware, were married
September 1, 2006, at
Central Mennonite Church
in Dover, Delaware.
Missy is the daughter bf
Philip and Tammy Haught
and the granddaughter of
Jean and the late Clarence
Haught, all of Maryland.
Jason is the son of the
late Belinda Arnold. He is


the grandson of John Terry
and the great grandson of
Vinnie and the 'late Otto
Terry, all of Blountstown.
A reception will be held
at. the Pioneer Settlement
in the Frink Gym on
Sunday, September 10,
from 6:00 8:00 p.m. (CT).
All family and friends of
the couple are invited to
attend. There will be a
"money tree gift" for any-
one who would like to give
a gift.


MARIANNA-Season tick-
ets for the 2006-07 Chipola
College Artist Series go on
sale today, Wednesday, Sept.
6, in the college Business
Office located in Building A.
The four-event series
opens Sept. 26 with "The
Tallahassee Ballet." The
troupe will present an
evening of classical and con-
temporary dance works per-
formed to the music of Bach,
Schubert and Schumann.
The program will draw from
works by renowned choreog-
raphers Danielle Genest,
choreographer and dancer
from New York City; FSU
Department of Dance
Professor Rick McCullough;
TTB's Resident
Choreographer Dr. Kathryn
Cashin, and Henry
Hernandez, 'TB's new
Artistic Director. Audiences
also will enjoy classical
favorites such as variations
from The Nutcracker and
TIB's new ballet, Beauty and
the Beast.
The Fabulous "Limeliters"
will perform Nov. 9. The
Limeliter-s launched their
career in 1959 at San
Francisco's famous Hungry I
and before long, founding
members Alex Hassilev, Lou
Gottlieb and Glenn
Yarbrough emerged as one of
the dominant voices of the
early 1960's folk music
scene. A string of best selling
albums and frequent appear-
ances on every major TV
show quickly made them a


household name. For three
years they were the musical
representatives for Coca-
Cola, and their rendition of
the jingle 'Things Go Better
with Coke" became a nation-
al hit. In addition there were
endless tours with standing
room only crowds.
Theatre of Illusion comes
to Chipola, Jan. 29. For
more than a decade, Kevin
and Cindy Spencer have daz-
zled the. world with their
stage magic and breath-tak-
ing illusions. As stars of one
of the most successful tour-
ing productions on the road
today, the Spencers appear
in a different city nearly every
day. Audiences cross over a
threshold of disbelief and are
captivated moments after the
pair takes the stage. The
Spencers create "theatre" in
the truest sense of the word
and a powerful theatrical
experience that audiences
will never forget.
The Orlando Opera
Company presents "Passion,
Power, & Peril,"on April 9,
2006. Audiences will experi-
ence extraordinary vocal
music in this full-featured
program, highlighting great
classics from Opera,
Operetta, ,and Broadway.
Starring Orlando Opera's res-
ident artists, these young,
rising stars bring the magic
and power of opera to audi-
ences across Florida.
Highlighting the overall spec-
tacle of Grand Opera, the
show features beautiful cos-


The Orlando Opera Company presents "Passion, Power, &
Peril,"on April 9, 2006. Audiences will experience extraordinary
vocal music in this full-featured program, highlighting great
classics from Opera, Operetta, and Broadway.


tumes, sets and props, as
well as some of the most
endearing operatic and music
theater selections ever writ-
ten.
The Chipola Artist Series
is funded through Chipola's
Performing Arts Fund, with
grants from the National
Endowment for the Arts, the
Southern Arts Federation,
the Florida Division of
Cultural Affairs, the Chipola
Regional Arts Association
and corporate donors.


Season tickets-$40 for all
four' events-entitle holders
to same seat reserved seats,
invitations to the "Meet The
Artist" receptions, subscrip-
tions to the CRAA arts calen-
dar, and early ticket-renewal
next year. A limited number
of individual event tickets-
$12 for adults and $8 for
ages 18 and under-will be
available prior to each per-
formance at ,the Chipola
Business Office.
For season tickets, call the
Business Office at 718-2220.


BHS Class of '96


reunion October 7


The Blountstown High
School Class of 1996 will
have their class reunion on
Saturday, October 7fh at.
6:00 p.m. at the W.T. Neal
Civic Center. All members
are cordially invited to
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attend. For more information
call Leslie Blackburn at 850-
866-0041.

Legal services

reps to speak


ransuI,' uw, at local library
meeting Sept. 11


at Senior Center
The" Calhoun Count\
Transpor t.ation
Disadvantaged Coordinating
Board announces a meeting
to which all persons are
invited. The meeting will be
held Monday, September 11,
at 2:00 p.m. at the Calhoun
County Senior Citizens
Center, 16859 NE Cayson
St., Blountstown.
The, agenda will include
the annual operating report,
the annual budget estimates
and actual expenditure
reports and a staft report.
For more information, or if.
you require special accom-
modations at the meeting
because of a disability or.
physical impairment, contact
Vanita Arderson at the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council at 674-4571 or by
email at arpc7ah'gtcom.net.

Calhoun County

Democrats will

meet Sept. 11
The Democratic Party of
Calhoun County will be
meeting on Monday,
September 11, at 6:00: PM
CST in the Calhoun County
Public Library.

Sr. Citizens will

sponsorfish fry

benefit Oct. 13
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Association -\ill be
sponsoring a. Fish Fry
Fundraiser on Friday,
October 13.
: Plates \ill include: Catfish
filet, cole slaw, baked beans,
hushpuppies and dessert (we
give large servings) all for $6.
We will deliver.
To place your order you
;may do so by calling674-
, 4163, or .fax your order to
:.674-8384. You can also
. come by and pick up'your
Slate on the comer of Hwy..
71 and- Hwy. 20 (beside the.
Police Department).
,All proceeds will go to ben-
efit Calhoun County Senior
S Citizens Association.

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The Calhoun County
Public Library and
Ameri*Corp VISTA has invit-
ed the Legal Services of North
Florida, Inc.. to hold a meet-
ing Thursday, September 14,
at 6:00 p.m. at the Calhoun
County Public Library,
1,7731 NE Peat- St.,
Blountstown.
Representatives will be
here -to answer your ques-
tions regarding innocent and
injured spouse relief,' IRA
problems, identify theft, and
proving claims for earned
income credit and child tax
credit, deductions, among
other issues. There will be.
translators for non English
speaking persons.


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trail are in a great position to
incorporate businesses for
this new wave of sightseers
coming our way."
Tony Shoemake, Main
Street Chairman, agrees.
"Bike and hiking trails
become tourist destinations;
spending by users on trail
related activities help sup-
port recreation oriented busi-
nesses, such as bike shops
and sporting goods stores as
well as lodging, food and
downtown shops," he points
out. "The trail will provide
healthy recreation and trans-
portation opportunities by
providing people of all ages
with attractive, safe, accessi-
ble and low or no cost places
to cycle, walk, hike, jog or
skate. The trail will also serve
to educate people by linking
several historical sites as well
as the interpretation of natu-
ral and cultural resources it
passes through. This aspect
of the trail will serve to pull in
visitors as nature-based and
heritage tourism is now the
fastest growing segment in
Florida's tourism industry."
The Blountstown
Greenway path will run from
the Apalachicola River to
Sam Atkins Park, passing
through downtown at the old
M & B Train Depot. The 12
foot wide trail is set to be
paved in the coming weeks
and is expected to be com-
pletely operational by late
fall. It will provide a place for.
hikers, bikers, and
rollerbladers of all ages to
enjoy.
At right, workers with the
City of Blountstown, Griffin
Sand & Concrete and CaCI
prison crew prepare a link to
the trail beneath Johnny
Bailey Bridge.


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Inset: A crane operators uses
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Blountstown Greenway at
Johnny Bailey Bridge on State
Road 20 East.


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Johnny Molloy was leaning against a
news rack outside Lake Mystic Grocery in
Liberty County one morning this past
spring, contemplating his next move. After
trekking 900 miles along the Florida Trail,
he needed a break. That's when he ran
into Rex Whitfleld of Bristol. The two chat-
tad briefly, then went their separate ways:
Whitfield via car and Malloy on foot.
A few more miles of hiking and Malloy
landed in Calhoun County. His.guidebook
told him laundry services were available at
the Piggly Wiggly in Blountstown so that's
where he was headed. He realized how
small of a community he was in when he
encountered Whitfield again.
'-You wanna eat breakfast?" Whitfield
asked.
Molloy readily agreed and was especial-
ly pleased that Whifleld's invitation had
an educational motive: "He wanted me to
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Trail. That's part of my mission...I'm try-
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his backpack, Molloy set out to document
the trail and write a companion guide for
long distance hikers and the Florida Trail
Association. "It's a true adventure story."
he explains. "The good. the bad, and the
ugly of the Florida Trail "
On his stop in Calhoun County. Molloy
noticed the Blountstown Greenway path
was under 'construction and had some
words of wisdom to share. "It's an.eco-
nomic plus. Here I am spending money.
eating lunch, buying groceries, doing my
laundry," he pointed out.
He. says some of the trail towns who are
especially favored by hikers are
Damascus, VA. Erwin, TN, and Hot
Springs. NC. "They cater to the hikers and
section hikers," he remarked. "If you can
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Calhoun-Liberty Hospital expands imaging equipment



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HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
MICHAEL & MARISSA!
September 6, 2006


Carson Celebrates
"I1th" Birthday
Carson Flowers celebrated
her 11th birthday on
September 4th. She is the
daughter of Thomas and
Sherry Flowers of Blountstown.
Her grandparents are John
and Sandra Lindsey of
Blountstown and Tom and
Irene Flowers of Bristol. Her
great grandmother is Louise
Barfield of Blountstown.
Carson celebrated her
birthday with a pool party
with her family and friends.

Birth1 Announcemen


Happy 5th Birthday,
Abigail Glisson!!
Abigail Glisson is celebrat-
ing her 5th birthday on
September 10th. She is the
daughter of Rev. Michael and
Tina Glisson of Toccoa, GA.
Her grandparents are Aaron
of Juanita Mathis of Altha,
and Clarence and Lona
Glisson of Telogia.
Abigail enjoys reading and
going to her ballet and tap
dance class. She is also
enjoying pre-kindergarten.


Happy "26th" Birthday,
Uncle Milous!!
August 29, 2006
Love, Jetta, Mi'kel, Nicholas,
Mi'kis & Myles.
We love you, Milous!
Momma, Judy,
Maxine & Crystal


Patients at Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital in
Blountstown now have ultra-
fast access to a full-range of
high-quality specialized radi-
ology diagnoses thanks to a
new virtual communications
technology that enables their
medical images to be read
remotely.
Using Neurostar's Virtual
Radiology Network (VRN), the
25-bed rural Critical Access
Hospital based in the FLorida
Panhandle is able to send
medical images in full diag-
nostic quality over the
Internet to a large group of
highly experienced on-call
radiologists in Atlanta. These
specialists, trained in precise
reading of specific types of
radiology exams, view the
images on high resolution
computer screens and render
their diagnosis. Reports,
along with the images, are
sent back to the hospital over
the Internet, while the images
are stored for future use on a
centralized electronic
archive.
The hospital will conduct
all medical imaging ,exams
onsite using an expanded
new range of imaging equip-
ment, including digital x-ray,
computed tomography or
(CT), ultrasound, bone den-
sitometry and others. It
recently purchased a new
multi-slice CT, which will
provide highly detailed
images for certain exam-
types.
Key to the new process is
the hospital's purchase of
technologies that acquire and
stores images in digital for-
mat rather than necessitating
printing the images in hard-
copy on film. The transition
is similar to switching to a
digital camera from tradition-
al film- based unit. "With
Neurostar's advanced tech-
nology, we can simply send
the digital patient images
files to ,any remote location
similar to sending an email
attachment," explains Barry
Cochran, CEO of Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital..


- -
Haley Green (left), Accounting Director cat Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, accepts a $10,000 donation
"from Marilyn Russell on behalf of the Blountstow'n Rotary Club. The funds helped purchase a
new multi-slice CT scan for the hospital.


A major challenge to any
such remote image commu-
nications technology is the
enormous size of medical
image files and the necessity
of maintaining complete date
integrity, while sending the
files quickly and efficiently
over a digital connection.
"However, Neurostar has
developed a highly effective
technological solution to this
challenge and made it avail-
able in a way that is afford-
able and practical for even a
,small hospital," comments
Willie Tillery, CEO for
Neurostar Solutions.


Using the Neurostar VRN,
a study from the Calhoun-,
Liberty Emergency Room
(ER) can be rad 24/7 and
returned with a diagnosis in
less than 30 minutes, while
interpretation of a .traditional
hardcopy medical image typi-
cally takes the hospital over a
day, according to Cochran.
Previously, medical films
were sent by courier to radi-
ologists offsite, read, and the
results were faxed back to.
the facility usually taking up
to a day to complete the
process. "As a result, often
ER patients had to go else-


where for diagnosis, and we
could offer only a limited ros-
ter of imaging services," says
Cochran.
"Another major advantage.
of the new technology," he
adds, "is that films are read
by radiology specialists
extremely knowledgeable
about a variety of medical
conditions and imaging tech-
niques. In effect, with
Neurostar, we are suing the'
power of virtual technology to,
bring the sophisticated diag-.
nostic capabilities of a large.

See HOSPITAL, page 11


Weston Abiah Yoder and
Burkley Nathan Ziesemer
Weston Abiah Yoder (right)
was born to Joshua and
SAngela Yoder April 10, 2006, at
The Birth Cottage in
Tallahassee, weighing 7
pounds, 13 ounces, He was
welcomed home by his broth-
er, Judah Andrew Yoder, :
.Burkie', Nathan Ziesemer
(left) was home oifthec. to'
David and. Sharnon Ziesemer
June 13, 2006, in Blountstown,
weighing 8 pounds, 13
ounces. He was welcomed
by his brother, Tyler David
" Ziesemer,
Wesfon and Burkley are
pictured with their aunt,:Amy
Yoder.
Grandparents David and.
Sharon Yoder, Robert and Ella
SMae Martin, Tony and
SBarbara Ziesemer, and great
grandparents Harvey and Ella
Mae Detweiler are grateful to
God for the health, babies'
safe arrival,.


Happy "8th" Birthday,
Johnny Sewell!!
Johnny Sewell turned 8
years old Tuesday, September
5th. Johnny is the son of John
and Amy Sewell of Altha.
-Grcin:ip:.-re-rits are Truman
and Myrlene Holley, Fate ,and
Alice Sewell, all of Altha.
Johnny enjoyed a party at
the Playground in Dothan.


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Mossy Pond VFD & Auxiliary

Itt has been a busy week-
end in Mossy Pond for the fire
department atuxiliary. We had
a bingo blow out ith chick-
en dinner and bingo.
The dinner was sold out
and the bingo for some peo-
S pie was great. These are the
people that won the fire ball
S for $45.00 and the 50/50
.which was $16.50 and the
treasure chest was $53.00.
The fireball number last
S night was #21 it had been the
same number for four weeks.
The new. number is 60. .The
fireball number cost a dollar
so good luck to those who
play it Saturday night.
As you know, all the
money raised goes' to the fire
S department, for gas, equip-
ment and anything that vwe


might need to keep the Mossy
Pond Fire Department updat-
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We are still looking for vol-
unteers so now that summer
is almost gone and kids are
back to school it's a good
time to help out. Meetings
are the 1st and 3rd
Thursday at 7:00. The auxil-
iary meets the same' days
except at 6:30. The auxiliary
also has a day time -meeting
the 1st Tuesday of the month
at 12:30.

Our people have been real
busy with 1st responders
runs. These firefighters, are
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 6, 2006, Page 6


Local girls improve horsemanship, barrel-racing, steer riding skills at...


The


Back Forty


Arena


Wendy Temple's second
annual horsemanship and
barrel-racing clinic was held
'June 26-28 at The Back
Forty Arena hosted by Bar R
Ranch in Marianna, Florida.
Girls from Calhoun,
Liberty, Jackson, and Leon
counties came together to
improve their horsemanship
Skills. Katelyn Bozeman,
SBritttany Six, Kristin Yon,
Kaycee Yon, Josie Johnson,
SKatie Moore, Emilee Foran,
Ariel White, Haley Tew, Zoey
Fisch, Taylor Hendrickson,
and Stormy Higenbothem
were the participants in the
clinic, which included
instruction for beginning,
intermediate, and advanced
riders.
The first day included
videotaping the riders as they
went through warm-up rides
and the barrel-racing pat-
tern. Each horse was then
ridden and evaluated by
Wendy Temple. The videos
were also viewed- and evaluat-
ed, by the group, as Wendy
.pointed out both strengths
and weaknesses of each
horse and rider combination.
Afterwards, proper groom-
Sing, hitting, saddle blanket,


and saddle placement tech-
niques were discussed and
demonstrated. Wendy also
demonstrated four horses
owned by Bar R Ranch at
various levels of performance
abilities.
Finally, the girls fed and
watered their own horses,
marking the end of a very
long day, which began at
7:00 A.M. and lasted until
6:00 P.M. Then it was off to
dinner, showers-and lights
out!
The second day's events
began with demonstration
drills, with girls working
under the instruction of
Wendy and other instructors.
Each girl was part of a team,
and they rotated to each
instructor for different drill
techniques. The day also fea-
tured pole-bending instruc-
tion, a seminar on equine
nutrition, dental care, and
worming iprocedures-not to
mention a fun swimming and
boating expedition to
Arrowhead Campground, as
well as a pool party hosted by
Katie Moore and her parents.
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trail ride, some fun games
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their parents and friends how
much they had learned in the
three days. The girls were
also presented with memen-
tos of the event. These
included feed buckets, curry
combs, sweat scrappers,
bucket straps, hoof picks, a .-
photo album of pictures from
all three days, and a special
tee shirt designed especially
for the event.
A fun time was had by all,
including Willa Dean
Bozeman and Tonya Six,
both of whom graciously
assisted with food prepara- ''
tion and a wide variety of
errands.
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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Altha Lady Wildcats
split two games on the road
last week, losing to
Marianna, then defeating
Vernon.
"It was a tough road
week," says Coach Mary
McClellan. "J.V. is playing
extremely well. Varsity strug-
gled some mentally but, over-
all, I am very pleased. We
play very hard and with a lot
of heart. Mostof the varsit-
has been sick all week and
thus contni-buted a lot on how
we played. I appreciate the
girls giving it their all. I am
very proud of our success.
The girls are really stepping
up and handling the -pres-
sure well."
The Cats traveled, to
Jackson County Aug. 29 and
fought the Marianna Lady
Bulldogs to the end, but fell
short, 25-19, 19-23, 20-25,
25-18. 15-17.
Team leaders were Joy
Capps \\with 18 points, 14
kills, a block and an assist;
Cherie Hires with 17 points,
a pair of aces, a kill, 16
blocks, and 16 assists; Tory
Lipford \\ith20 points and an
ace: Syl\ia Bodiford with 19
points: Taylor Shelton with
18 points and a kill; and
Tammy Johnson with 11 kills
and five points.
The Altha girls were back


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on the road Aug. 31. to face
Vernon. The tables were
turned as they returned
home with a 22-25, 25-22,
25-15, 25-21 victory.
Capps led the Cats with 10
kills, 10 points, two blocks
and two assists. Shelton pro-
vided 11 points. Bodiford had
10 points and an ace.
In J.V. action, the Cats
chalked. up two wins last
week. They defeated
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 6, 2006, Page 7





Tigers overcome turnovers to win 27-3


Mistakes have plagued the
Blountstown Tigers in their
first two games. The kicking
game was awful against Port
St. Joe and offensive
turnovers came in bunches
against West Gadsden.


Somehow, the Tigers were
able to overcome their mis-
takes and win both games,
the last over West Gadsden,
27-3. Those same mistakes
this week and the Tigers can't
win against North Florida


Christian.
"We can't have turnovers
or blunders on specialty
teams this week. NFC is very
good on offense and defense.
They're very balanced on
offense and probably throw it
a little more than they run it.
They lost to Wakulla in a
close game two weeks ago
and they beat Potter's House
(the Tigers' opponent in two
weeks) by a score of 35-20.
We'll have to play a mistake
free game to beat them,"
coach Greg Jordan said
Monday.
The win over West
Gadsden marked the Tigers'
25th consecutive regular sea-
son victory dating back to the
2004 season when they lost
to Apalachicola. The only
losses the Tigers have suf-
fered since then have been in
playoff games.
The Tigers' first six offen-
sive possessions can be
summed up rather quickly.
Interception.
Fumble.
Fumble.
Fumble.
Fumble.
Fumble.
"I have never seen any-
thing like that in my. life,"
coach Jordan stated with dis-
gust.
After all of that, West
Gadsden managed only a
field goal from 36 yards out.
Blountstown's defense kept
the Tigers in the ballgame.
The defense was led bI
Ryan Baker had 8 solo tack-
les and 8 assists to lead the
Tiger defense. Eric O'Bryan
was in on 14 tackles followed
by Jared Lilly and Nic


Hauversburk with 9. David
Mayo, Bradley Johnson and
Garry Reed were each in on 8
tackles.
Just before halftime, the
Tigers held onto the ball long
enough for to put together a
drive capped off with a two
yard blast by Baker to give
the Tigers a 7-3 lead at inter-
mission..
The Tigers found some
pine tar at halftime and
played with more enthusi-


asm. Timothy Copeland
sprinted 43 yards on a draw
play and a seried later,.quar-
terback Cory Cox passed to
Jon Lockhart who leapt
above two defenders at the
goal line to make a miracu-
lous catch for a touchdown.
King's PAT's had pushed the
Tigers lead to 21-3. Late in
the game, Jared Lilly led the
Tigers on a drive that he
capped off with a 1 yard dive.
King's PAT was blocked, but
..I I


the Tigers had prevailed once
more.
Cox had another good
night completing 6 of 12 for
133 yards with one intercep-
tion and one touchdown.
Copeland led the Tigers
with 75 yards on 9 carries
followed by Ryan Baker with
66 yards on 8 carries.
Demarco Johnson added 15
yards on 4 carries.
Kickoff at NFC Friday
night is at 6:30 CT.


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BY BLOUNTSTOWN TIGER

HEAD COACH GREG JORDAN


An ugly win is better than
a pretty ,16ss anyday.. That
was the case this past Friday
night as the Tigers overcame
a sloppy first half to defeat
West Gadsden 27-3.
The Tigers lost 6 consecu-
tive turnovers (1 interception,
and 5 lostfumbles), and still
led 7-3 at half, thanks in part
to a stingy defense 'that
refused, to let W. Gadsden get
into the endzone.
Leading the defensive
charge were Ryarn Baker with
1 16 tackles, Eric O'Biyan with
14, Jared Lilly and Nic
Hauvefsburk, xith '9, David
Mayo, Bradley Johnson and
Garry Reed each with 8,
Chase Cox with 7, Timothy
Copeland with 6, arid Josh
Lee and Demarco Johnson
each adding 5. This defen-
sive unit is getting more sblid
with each outing and should
continue to get even better.
Offensively, the Tigers,
were bit by te turnover bug.
in:the first half with six, -but
bone 'in the 2nd half, thank
goodness. The passing game,
again produced over 100
yards and a touchdown with
big plays coming from Jon'
Lockhart and garry Reed and
from quarterback Cory. Cox.
The rushing game got on
track late in the 2nd quarter
arid in the 2nd: half.nith


Ryari Baker, Timothy
Copeland. Malcolm IVory and'
Demarco Johnson each con-
tributing. The offensive line is
showing steady improvement
with Britt Leach at center,
Josh Lee, Eric O'Bryan and
David Mayo at guard, and
Bradley Johnson and Josh
Underwood at tackles.
West Gadsden was a big.
and talented team that I
thought would be a tough
contest, especially early in
the game,

The schedule does not get
any easier as the Tigers trav-
el to Tallahassee to take on
North Florida Christian this
Friday at 6:30 CT. North
Florida Christian is one of the
perrenial 1A powerhouses in
high school football. This will
be a tough test for our kids,
one I hope we'll take as a
challenge to see where we
.really are as a team. North
Florida Christian has no
weaknesses; they throw the
football exceptionally well,
play hard nose defense and
have good; special teams.
, The Tigers will need our
"12th man" in the stands this
week more than ever. Please
come and cheer on the Tigers
as we travel to Tallahassee.
Hope',to see ya at the game!
GO TIGERS!!


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the arts to be integrated into
other subjects and enhance
learning experiences," said
First Lady Columba Bush.
'This year's book, 'Peter and
the Starcatchers,' takes stu-
dents on a new journey with
some familiar, beloved char-
acters, as well as a cast of
new heroes and villains and
provides a wonderful starting
point for students to add
their own artistic interpreta-
tions to a classic story."
In addition to contest rules
and deadlines, educators can
find instructional guides and
lesson plans created and pro-
vided by Disney Editions at
www.justreadflorida.com or
by calling (850) 245-0503.
Entries must be postmarked
to designated entry submis-
sion locations no later than
5:00 p.m. EST on Friday,
November 10, 2006.
"Ridley and I are honored


that the First Lady has
selected 'Peter and the
Starcatchers' for this fine
program," said Bany. "We've
had a great time talking
about this book with kids all
over the country, and as the
parent of a Florida public-
school student, I'm thrilled
that our book will be part of a
reading initiative in my home
state."
Pearson added, "When we
set out to answer my daugh-
ter's question of how Peter
Pan first met Captain Hook,
Dave and I wanted to write a
fun story that our kids could
read. Now, as it turns out,
we've reached thousands of
kids, many of them new read-
ers, which is a thrill unlike
any other. We hope that
Florida's middle school stu-
dents have a blast with this

'See READING, page 10


Governor Jeb Bush and
First Lady Columba Bush
have launched a statewide
Reading in the Arts contest
for Florida's middle school
students centered on the
.New York Times Best Seller
"Peter and the Starcatchers"
by Dave Barry and Ridley
Pearson. The contest,
Florida's Journey into
Neverland, is sponsored by
Just Read, Florida! The con-
test is the final component of
Florida's year-long reading
initiative Shoot for the Stars:
A Record-Breaking Year for
Middle Schools.
"The Reading in the .Arts
contest is a wonderful oppor-
tunity for middle school stu-
dents to get wrapped up in a
great book and showcase
their creativity and imagina-
tion," said Governor Bush. "I
encourage all of Florida's
families with middle school-
ers to encourage their chil-
dren to participate in this
contest."
The contest is open to all
students in sixth to eighth
grades in public, private and
home schools. Three winners
will be chosen based on the
following categories:
V Sixth Grade: Illustration
Contest
V Seventh Grade: Short
Essay Contest
V Eighth Grade: Short
Video Contest
Winners will receive prize
packages, including a
SeaWorld Orlando park vaca-
tion, a Macy's clothing gift
card, gift certificates from
Borders Books and Music,
Books-A-Million and Barnes
and Noble, a mall gift certifi-
cate from Simon Malls, an
Apple iPod nano courtesy of
Infinity Software
Development Inc., a .cash
prize from Beall's
Department Stores, and a
movie gift card from AMC
Theatres. Teachers of win-
ning students will also
receive prize packages.
'"Through the Reading in
the Arts contest, both stu-
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AiRHA SCHOOL NEWS


CHIPOLA WINS SUCCEED FLORIDA GRANT-Chipola College president Dr. Gene Prough has
announced the award of $500,000 in Succeed Florida grants from the Florida Department of
Education. Pictured from left,' are: Dr. Lou Cleveland, John Gardner, Dr. Sarah Clemmons, Bud
Riviere, Dr. Kitty Myers, Dr. Gene Prough and Rep. Marti Coley.


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MARIANNA-Chipola
College president Dr. Gene
Prough has announced that
the college will receive
$500,000 in Succeed Florida
grants from the Florida
Department of Education.
"Today is an important
day for our students and
future students," Prough said
during a press conference
Aug. 30. "These Succeed
Florida grants will create
valuable opportunities for
people who want to become
teachers or automotive tech-
nicians."
Florida Rep. Marti Coley
also was on hand for the
Chipola press conference.
The 2006 Florida Legislature
approved some $33 million in
funding through the Succeed
Florida legislation.
Chipola's riew Educator
Preparation Institute received
$294,000 from Succeed


Florida. Dr. Kitty Myers,
Chipola Vice President of
Instruction and
Baccalaureate Programs,
says, "This is great news for
anyone with a bachelor's
degree who is interested in
entering the teaching field."
The Educator Preparation
Institute is a program for col-
lege graduates with a bache-
lor's degree-in a subject
other than education-who
want to become Florida certi-
fied teachers. The year-long
program offers courses lead-
ing to certification in: math
education, science education,
exceptional student educa-
tion and elementary educa-
tion. The college also received
$37,000 to continue a pro-
gram to encourage public
school paraprofessionals to
earn bachelor's degrees in
middle school math or middle
school science .


Chipola's award-winning
Automotive Technology pro-
gram also received $168,839
from Succeed Florida to
expand the facilities, and
increase enrollment. The col-
lege's master-certified
National Automotive Training
Education Foundation
(NATEF) program utilizes a
three-step training approach
which includes classroom,
computer laboratory, and
shops/dealerships to ensure
student success and 100d/0
mastery of each skills area.
Instructor John Gardner
said, 'This is technologically-
sophisticated industry that is
changing daily. We depend on
Sa competitive training envi-
ronment along with strong
industry partners to ensure
success for our students and
valuable employees for the
See GRANTS, page 14


Kids of Character
Principal Ronnie Hand
proudly announces Altha
School's Kids of Character for
the month of August. They
include (pictured above, front
row) Brooke Coleman,
Hunter Baggett, (middle row)
Blaire Hall, Jesse Mills,
Makaila Barton, Aaron
Young, (back row) Anna
Alday, Madison Boggs, Erin
Lynn, Timmy Griffin, Coy
Cook, Michael Whitemore,
Stephanie Wriston.
Cat's Cuisine
Cat's Cuisine will be serv-
ing their first lunch of the
school year on Thursday,
Sept. 14. Reservations
should be made by Sept. 12
by calling the school at 762-
3121.
The menu is: Caesar salad
with feta cheese and crack-
ers; chicken with roasted
lemon and rosemary sauce;
roasted new potatoes; whole
green beans; French Bread
and pepper spread; and
lemon curd cake.
Early Release Day
Wednesday, Sept. 13, is an
early release day. Students
will be dismissed at 1:00.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL REPORT
AMENDMENTS


Pursuant to Chapter
Sections 163.3181 and
163.3191, of the Florida
Statutes, and Chapter
Rules 9J-5.004 and
,9J-5.0053, of the Florida
Administrative Code, all
Florida communities are
required to periodically
review and update their
local government
comprehensive plans and
evaluate how effective
they are in meeting the
state and local
government goals and
objectives. The City of
Blountstown is currently.
completing this process.


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scheduled to hold a public hearing on Tuesday, September 12, 2006,
at 6:00P.M. CST, in the Council Meeting Room at 17262 NW Angle
Street.

The purpose of this public hearing is to allow for the City Council, acting as the Local Planning
Agency, to receive public comments, suggestions, and concerns regarding the existing
comprehensive plan and the proposed updates to the plan, and to take action to recommend
the proposed changes to the City of Blountstown Council, for inclusion in the County Evaluation
and Appraisal Report Proposed Amendments to the City of Blountstown Comprehensive Plan.
All interested parties are invited to attend and participate in the public hearing. If you have any
questions, or wish to review the draft proposals, please contact the City Hall at (850) 674-5488.


The Blountstown City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,
September 12, 2006, at approximately .6:30 PM, or immediately
following the Local Planning Agency hearing, at the Council Meeting
Room in Blountstown, Florida.

The purpose of this hearing is to review and take public comment regarding the Planning
Agency recommendations and to consider the Iransmittal of the CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL REPORT AMENDMENTS
TO THE CITY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, to the Department of Community Affairs.
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*MINUTES


CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD
REGULAR MEETING
JULY 11, 2006
5:00 P.M.
The Regular Meeting of the
Calhoun County School Board was
called to order by Chairman Willie
Brown. The following members
were present: Willie Brown, Tim
Smith, Doyle Daniels, and Volena
Barfield. Grant Williams was absent.
Superintendent Mary Sue Neves,
and Attorney David House were also
present. Assistant Superintendent
Greg Jones was absent.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Volena Barfield, followed
by the Pledge of Allegiance.'
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to adopt the agenda with
the following changes: Addition: 5.
Presentation: Stacy Carlson-
Consortium of Florida Education
Foundations. Addition: 6. Approval
of Minutes: June 21, 2006, Special
Board Meeting. Deletion: 9b.
Update Utilities Facility Rate. 9i.
Pre-K handbook. Addition:
Emergency Items: b. PAEC
S Resolution, c. Risk Management
Resolution, d. ESE Contract, e.
Gateway Resolution, f. Calhoun
County School Resource Officer, g.
Teacher On Special Assignment-
Pioneer Settlement, Delete:
Emergency Item. J. Chartwell
Contract.
A presentation was made by
Stacy Carlson on behalf of the
Consortium of Florida Education
Foundations.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to approve the minutes
for June 13, 2006 and June 21, 2006
Special Meeting.
.A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Tim Smith and
carried to approve the financial
S reports as follows:
a. Vouchers Payable,
Appropriations, Expenditures Ledger
& Budget Amendments
b. Monthly Financial Reports
c. Leave Requests
S A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Doyle Daniels


and carried to approve the personnel
recommendations as follows:
CARR SCHOOL
Carylee Sewell-Request for
maternity leave for July 28-August 4
and August 8-August 25. She will
return to school on Monday August
28. She will be at school on
Thursday, July 27 and Monday,
August 7.
She also requests permission to
participate in the sick leave share
plan.
Joyce James, Georgia White,
Sybil Plazarin, Christina Morse,
Kennessee Dew, Mary Ann
Williams-Recommendation for the
2006-2007 school year.
BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE
SCHOOL
Stephanie Brogden-
Recommendation for summer
employment for June 21, 26, 27, 28,
29, 2006.
SMatsu Greene and Kim Truett-
Recommendation for employment
as Reading/Language Arts Teachers
for the 2006-2007 school year.
Dorothy Strong, Kenneth
Kirkland, and Amy Jordan-
Recommendation for employment
as ESE teachers for the 2006-2007
school year.
ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Barbara Hathaway-
Recommendation to teach FCAT
reading remediation that will run
June 12-15, 2006.
Stanley Scurlock-
Recommendation to teach
Agriculture for the 2006-2007 school
year. He will work as a substitute
until he meets the requirements to
upgrade his employment,
Jackie Humphreys-
Recommendation to teach English
for the 2006-2007 school year. She
is.highly qualified in that position.
,BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
Tracy Basford--
Recommendation for the Intensive
Reading position for the 2006-2007
school year. Mrs. Basford will be

See MINUTES, page 14


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HOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA


CASE NO.:2006-0169-DR
David Andrew Willis,
Petitioner
and
Mary Elizabeth Willis,
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
To: Mary Elizabeth Willis
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and that you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it. on David Andrew
Willis, whose address is 21905 NW CR 275,.
Altha, FL 32421 on or before September 28,
2006 and file the original with the clerk of
this Court at 20859 Central Ave., E., Room


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including orders, are available at the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supieme Court Approved
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this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk'soffice.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedures, 'requires certain
automatic disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of'
pleadings.
Dated this August 8, 2006.
Ruth W. Attaway,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
SAugust 30; Sept. 6, 13, 20, 2006.


Preparing for Miss National Peanut Festival Pageant

Miss Calhoun County, Jessica Metcalf, and Miss Altha, Audrey Brown, are busy preparing for the Miss National Peanut Festival
(NPF) Pageant set for this fall in Dothan, AL. They recently attended a Queen's Cookout with all of the Miss NPF contestants. The
event was held August 12 at the hpme of Allen and Loretta Wells. The afternoon included a wonderful hamburger lunch with all
the fixings and an exciting game of "train wreck". The girls are pictured above in a peanut field with the NPF peanut. The queens
had their first practice August 23. The theme for this year's festival is "peanut pride" and there will be a tribute to the armed forces
during the pageant. During the first practice, the girls worked extra hard to learn an opening number and also recited their
speeches for their evening gown competition. The dates of the pageant for this year will be October 13 and 14 at the Dothan
Civic Center.



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Scholarship Program for high
school senior women, is cur-
rently making preparations
for its state finals, which will
take place in March 2007 .in
Perry. All local programs
must take, place on/by
December 3, 2006. This is
also the deadline for at-large
applications. At-large pro-
.grams are available to inter-
ested participants that reside
in areas of Florida that do not
currently conduct a local pro-.
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eligible young woman gradu-
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spring of 2007.
On February 3, 2007, FJM
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and local program committee
members will meet in Perry
for orientation. There, the
contestants will meet their
roommates, host families,
and receive information
about the state finals.
Candidates will return to
Perry on February 24 to begin
preparing for the Florida's
Junior Miss 2007 competi-
tion. They will stay with host
families and will spend the
week rehearsing and making,
appearances throughout the
community.
The state finals will take
place on March 3.
Candidates will compete for a,


share of $6,250 in college
scholarships and the title of
Florida's Junior Miss 2007.
College-specific scholarships
will also be available to par-
ticipants who meet the
requirements specified by
each school. The winner will
Travel with all expenses paid
to'Mobile, AL in June 2007 to
represent Florida in the
America's Junior Miss
National Finals, where she
will compete for a share of
over $100,000 in college
scholarships.
Florida's Junior Miss is
part of a nationwide endeavor
to honor and reward the
country's outstanding young
woman for their accomplish-
ments. Junior Miss empha-
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gories of competition:
scholastic, talent, interview,
fitness and self-expression.
For more information about
Florida's Junior Miss, please
contact Rick Olcott 'at 850-
584-2745, fm@gtcom.net, or
visit www.ajm.org/florida.
Florida's Junior Miss
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official preliminary of
America's Junior Miss (AJM),


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arship program for high
school senior girls. The non-
profit program's goal is to
honor young women who
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obtain a college education
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to girls across the nation.
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host of borth Irnide Edition
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Category sponsors are
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marylee @ajm.org, or visit the
AJM Web site at
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Just Read, Florida! is
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reading initiative to achieve
the goal of every child read-
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the year 2012. The initiative
is designed to guide changes
at every level of education
that have an impact on read-
ing outcomes in Florida
schools. This year 223,000
more students are reading at
or above grade level, com-
pared to 2001, and improve-
ments in middle school read-
ing tripled that of any previ-
ous single year gain.
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OUIDA CONNELL FINLEY
Ouida Connell Finley, 90,
died Wednesday, August 30,
2006, in Baton Rouge,
Louisiana.
Born in Wewahitchka on
June 7, 1916, she is a former.
resident of Blountstown. She
graduated from Marianna
High School in 1933.
She then graduated from
Massey Business School in
Jacksonville and continued
to live and work there, until
her retirement from Jno. H.
Swisher & Sons (King
Edward Cigar Factory). After
retiring she moved to the
Glen St. Mary area and
resided there until 1997.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, Carl Parrish
and Ralph Jackson Connell,
her brother, Lt. Ralph J.
Connell, Jr. and her hus-
band, B. F. "Fred" Finley.
Survivors include her
daughter and son-in-law,
Betty and Jack D. Smith, Sr.
of Baton Rouge, LA; her sis-
ter, Orene Wells of Andalusia,
AL: five grandchildren, eight
great-grandchildren; and one
great-great tvran-id,i I.2h-tr.
Interment \\'as Tuesday.
Sept. 5, at the National
Cemetery in Port Hudson,
SLouisiana.

PATRICIA HELEN WEISS
Mrs. Patricia Helen Weiss,
65, of Bristol, passed away
. Wednesday, August 30,
2006, in Tallahassee.


"JA L' I m"

Mrs. Weiss was born in
Jersey City, New Jersey, and
had lived in Bristol since
1976, coming from New
Milford, New Jersey. She was
very active in the St. Francis
of Assisi Catholic Church in
Blountstown where she
served in the music ministry
and taught Sunday School.
Patricia had attended FAMU
for a short period 'and was
Retired from the Florida
Department of Revenue.

Survivors include two
sons, Marc C. Weiss and his
wife, Joey, of Texarkana,
Texas, and Gregory Weiss of
Bristol; one daughter, Joanne
V. Shuler and her husband,
Richard, of Bristol; two
brothers, John Flowers and
his wife, Karen, of Minneola,
Florida, and Thomas Flowers
and his wife, Irene, of Bristol;
one sister, Linda Lolley and
her husband, Junior, of
Bristol; seven grandchildren,
Blake, Dylan, Samuel Adam,
and Alaynah Weiss and Tait,
Ricky and Candis Shuler.'
Memorial Rosar3 and
Mass ,services were.held at
10:00 AM CST Saturday,
September 2, from the St.
Francis of Assisi Catholic
Church' in Blountstown.
Interment will follow at a
later date.
Adams Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrange-
ments, ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

Over the past few weeks,
Calhoun Countians have
made one thing clear: ani-
mals matter in this commu-
nity.
Blountstown resident Joni
Moody stepped forward over
the summer and put her pas-
sion for pets into action. She
is leading the charge to save
abandoned dogs and cats
who wind up at the
Blountstown Animal Shelter,
only to meet a tragic fate if
they aren't adopted within
two weeks: death by lethal.
injection.
Over the past few weeks,
she has helped more than a
dozen pets find loving homes.
However, with plenty more
needing placement each
week, she isn't slowing down.
Saturday morning found
Joni and volunteers at
Advance Auto Parts where
they held a car wash to raise
funds for the shelter. Several
generous, animal lovers
stopped by and helped raise
$245 in just a three hour
time span. Still, more funds
and support are needed.
"We are sitting up and beg-
ging for your help," says Joni,
referring to the adorable pets
at the shelter. "Money is
needed for shots, spaying
and neutering, and medical
treatment. Donations are tax
deductible." To donate fund-
ing, contact Joni at 643-
8585.
For anyone wishing to
contribute items to the shel-
ter, there is a long list of
needs:
V Canned dog food
V Dry dog food
Blankets
V Towels
V Rugs
V Pet crates
V Leashes and collars (all
sizes)
V 33 gal. trash bags
V Pine cleaner
V Bleach
V Paper towels
V Laundry detergent
V Dish detergent
v' Used washer & dryer
V Small refrigerator in
which to keep medications
The shelter, located at
20966 SE Mayhaw Drive in
Blountstown, is open
Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m.,
Friday from 3 to 6:30 p.m.,
and Saturday from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. For all other appoint-
ments, call 674-4284 or 762-'
4239.
Volunteers are needed at
the shelter and to serve as
foster parents for pets until,
they find a permanent home.


If you can help, call Joni at
643-8585, Charlotte at 674-
4284, Lavelle at 762-4239, or
Cynthia at 643-1760.


The precious animals pictured
above are in need of a loving
home. Can you help?


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hospital to, our rural setting.
Patients no longer need to
travel to get the highest level
of medical care."
Cochran notes that the
hospital looked at a variety of
ways to enhance its radiology
reading and found Neurostar
to .offer the most effective,
flexible and affordable solu-
Stiori. "Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital has always been
proud of the high level of
medical care our clinicians
offer patients," concludes
Cochran. "Now, with faster
and more accurate reading of
medical films. we can use our'
Medical. professionals' high
level of skills more effectively
and efficiently."

About Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital :
In January 2006 the
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
Association resumed opera-
tion control' of the Hospital
after being managed several
years .of DasSee Community
Health Systems Inc. "We are
proud of our Hospital and the


direction it is headed," states
Laddie Williams, Chairman
of Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
Board. '"Hopefully, this is
just the beginning in enhanc-
ing the level of care and serv-
ices provided by our hospi-
tal," Williams adds.'
"Grant funding from the
State of Florida Department
of Health and a generous
donation of $10,000.00 from
the Blountstown Rothry Club
was very instrumental in the
purchase of this equipment,"
Cochran concludes.

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Family


Dentistry


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NW PeaRidge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417


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Church Directory
For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-504


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


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


850-674-8254
850-674-3144


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


Blountstown First
Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


Sunday Services
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...ll:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM


Hwy. 20 West
13th Street
Blountstown, FL
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 Join us for these services.
"Warm your heart train your mind"


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


St. Mary Missionary

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


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



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


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TEirst Baptist Church of Br1isrto


wouCCike to extend an invitation to everyone to join
us as we celebrate ourfirst services in the new facCity
on Sunday, September 10, 2006 at 11:oo a.m.
and 7:00 .m. (EST).
5so, on this day we wi rave an Open -lousefrom
2:00 y.. 4:0oo.m. (fEST for anyone who would
Cike to take a tour of the new facility. Our special
thanks to everyone in the Community who heped
make this daypossile andmostofa e gve (ory,

fonor anaT'hanks to godfor isfait fulness!


Wfew Church address:
10677 fW 'ltichaux Roadc
SBristol Tlorida 32321


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 6, 2006, Page 12


SNews & Events from the Grand opening Sept. 9

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

_3_ 20816 Central Ave. East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424 at Pro ant 1Exotics"
(850)674-4519 FAX: (850)674-4962


WELCOME, COUNTRY COTTAGE ANTIQUES! Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce members,
along with local queens, joined Susan Warren Friday afternoon for a ribbon cutting ceremony
at her new business, Country Cottage Antiques. The shop, located on Hwy. 20 West in
Blountstown, features a variety of beautiful gifts and decor in all price ranges. Stop by today!


BY MARTI VICKERY
Chamber Operations
t Manager
Rural Economic
Development
On August 30th, I attend-
[ ed the second session, in a
series, of the Enterprise
Florida, Northwest RACEC
SRural Economic
Development Catalyst Project
Workshop with Janice
Watson from the Apalachee
Regional Planning Council.
There were people attending
from all over the Northwest
Florida region.
,Two consulting teams
Fairfield Index, Inc., and
Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
out of Cambridge, MA, and
Tallahassee, FL, the Office of
Tourism, Trade and
Economic Development,
Opportunity Florida and




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WIRED Florida's Great
Northwest all came together
to facilitate this vital, ongoing
project. The joint effort being
made is for strategic industry
assessment and marketing
for the benefit of our rural
region of Northwest Florida.
Eight counties in all could
stand to benefit if we all work
together. We will need every-
one's help and support in
this cooperative effort to go
forward and improve our eco-
nomic position for the next
generations. I plan to contin-
*ue informing the community
as things progress. We plan
to attend the next session in
November so "stay tuned'!

Join Us!
Join the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce and
come grow with us!
Memberships for businesses,





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SUB DRIVERS
Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. (Calhoun
County Transit) is seeking applications for sub drivers. A Class
E (Regular) Driver's License, a good driving record, a current
physical (less than 2 years old) may by obtained from the
Health Department (Agency has forms), must be able to-pick
up 200 Ibs. with assistance, and one year professional driving
experience are preferred, but Agency will train if. experience is
lacking. CPR, First Aid, and completion of a Defensive Driving
Course are required, but may be obtained after hire, at Agency
expense. Must also pass DOT drug test. Smoke free
*workplace. After being hired a criminal history check,
fingerprinting, and local law enforcement check will be
performed. Applications may be picked up at 16859 NE
Cayson Street, Blountstown, Florida, or may be obtained on
line through the One-Stop. NO, PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
CCSCA is- an Equal Opportunity Employer. Application
deadline is Wednesday. September 13, 2006 at 4:00 PM CT..
Aug. 30, Sept. 6;.2006


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

ESE Teacher
Blountstown High School

*Terms of Employment:. 10 months
*Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
Experience.
*Qualifications: Bachelors Degree or Higher.with Certification
in ESE and be Highly Qualified in subjects taught.
*Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications should be
returned to the School Board office by September 8, 2006
12:00 Noon (CDT).
Questions concerning this opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Keith Summers,
Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex. age, national origin, handicap or marital status.,
SDRUG-FREE WORKPLACE.
Equal Opportunity Employer
September 6, 2006


CHIPOLA COLLEGE is' now accepting
applications for Adjunct Instructor for Nail
Technology/Cosmetology Program:
".llP1f.UVl C, LI LfFlM AT|I,:,,1
-igrn -:h:,o iplornjIC a :,,'r G E D rea jurea '1 i. h at T.:.riral.jd competency in basic reading, writing
.adr,d Trr r =m l tI:ai ilj T7,.:'. I'I I-3, c.l re.:nt .ri:Oi',r .uC., successful work experience. Valid
Flor1,,l CcmOi.mwl,.:. y Ll,': rc.- 1a,1 Fl ,,r da Dr.,er : L'-Cen .
CDUTIES' AND RESF'C'rJIBILITrE'i
Pr.iT r.l, r 'or;E r. DI r1r i.n q6liver, c -curr.culum penr.nlrgI 1.:, raIl Te,:.'i.Clj,,
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T'i:r,cir.:.l:.3v rr, .nl girnr., ano vr.rrn.r tudenl m pr.:.giE:.In Inr:, I.r,:ul i.. i u :r.=e s rO an 'i:l,'"y 'n
various areas of the cosmetology instructional program.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 18, 2006 @ 4:00 pm CDT
Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, completed Chipola College
employment application (available from Human Resources), resume, list of references with
current addresses and telephone numbers, and copies of college transcripts and Florida
C .irr,,.'il i:.:no;en: i Cri jii J C .ollege., human Reiourcie: 309q4 Innial Circle, Marianna, FL
A ON446
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER '
Sept. 6, 2006


non-profit organizations and
individuals are available. Call.
Marti at: 674-4519 or stop by
Monday Friday from 8 5
(closed from 12 1).
Calhoun County Afghans
Just a few months until/
Christmas....Beat the rush
and shop right here! We hive
beautiful full color custom
Calhoun County afghans.
We also have available a vari-
ety of Elam Stoltzfus'/work...
Get started ear4 ,for a
holly jolly Christmas! Call
674-4519 for more informa-
tion.

Blountstown Main Street
Blountstown Main Street
See CHAMBER, page 14


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proud of the 30 plus crowns
they 'have helped young
ladies obtain this year the
latest being five state winning
queens, two first runners up,
and one second runner up at
nationals (see story on page
2).
.Prowant Exotics will carry
formal dresses from top
designers including Tony
Bowls, Jovani, Precious
Formals, Perfect Angels, and
more.
In addition to beauty serv-
ices, Prowant Exotics makes
signs of any kind, from vehi-
cle graphics, business and
commercial, election, real


estate, magnetic, Coraplast
with stakes, vinyl and screen
printing, t-shirts, polo .shirts
and much more.

They also have a photogra-
phy studio offering services
for weddings, proms, family
photos, sports, school, senior
portraits, and more. The
Prowants can make photo
montages to DVDs .with
music of photos from your
wedding, anniversary, birth-
day, or collection of old fami-
ly photos.
Stop by Prowant Exotics
today or give them a call at
674-9685.


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Rock & Dirt Hauling -., ESTIMATES

Down Tree Moving Paid Upon
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Williams Home Improvements
Serving Calhoun County Since 1990
"No Job Too Big or Small" NO MONEY
CONCRETE WORK UPFRONT
PAV UPON
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4 Refrigerators *Stoves Dishwashers Ice Makers
Microwaves Washers Dryers Air Conditioning
Facror' Autnorzed Warranrr Services lor GE irinrpoil .F, Frigidoare ".'r


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Fine Dresses. Shoos. Je~eulry & Gifts
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SCAR AUDIO .S \ VIDEO
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BOAT CARPETING 'o
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10"0., wu4 ALMAOST .4ANHING 12 OT r 'E"it
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(850)674-6363
19320 SR 20 West. Blountstown FL 32424


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NEW,0@ "HOSCHIZAKI Ice Machines


AND REFRIGERATION
Autos Homes Heating & Cooling
Sales and Service of Ice Machines & Cold Storage
HWY. 20 WEST BLOUNTSTOWN, FLA
674-8538 OR 674-8634
George White. Owner/Operalor
Ct.r'ItCltL C LL.,N o luhMi fl' CM': h1 4,1..M ,jllm i. U, ". M ; 1-


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S ,c-nr,. Th,l: .area F,-.r 21 ,or.;
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A new business opens
Sept. 9 in Calhoun County
offering a variety of services.
Todd and Yadira Prowant
are pleased to announce the
opening of Prowant Exotics,
conveniently located in
Clarksville at the corner of
Hwy. 20 and County Road
287. A grand opening cele-
bration is set for Saturday,
Sept. 9. During this special
event, enjoy a free tan in the
tanning booth, half price
haircuts, prizes, gifts, and
finger foods.
Prowant Exotics features a
full service hair and tanning
salon with cosmetologist
Brandi Chambers. They will
also offer gifts, accessories
and apparel for all occasions.
If you are preparing for a
pageant, Prowant Exotics
can help. In addition to hair
and makeup serVices, they
offer dresses, shoes, photo
head shots, and coaching on
interview, on-stage appear-
ance, and more. The
Prowants have long been in
the pageant business and are


Artists are

needed for

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


AUCTIONS
AUCTIONS
Saturday, September 9th, 9:00
a.m.
Jackson County School Board,
City of Marianna
2789 Penn Ave. (Bus Garage),
Marianna, FL
16 school buses, Int. sweeper
truck, several pickups & autos,
shop arid office equipment, many
misc. items.
Mason Auction & Sales
FL #642 850-263-0473

CARS & TRUCKS
1997 Chevrolet 1500 Series,
auto., heat and air, cassette, very
dependable, asking $4,000 OBO.
Call 674-1400 or 643-7378.

1994.Pontiac Sunbird LE, motor'
needs work, sale for parts. Call 674-
7549.

Chrysler PT Cruiser, 2002, tan,
electric sun roof, roof rack, excellent
gas mileage, good condition, 67,000
miles. $8,000 BOO. Call 674-8071.

Chevrolet Trailblazer LT, 2004,
silver, 1 owner, On-Star, integrated
phone, cruise, all power, towing pkg.,
upgraded rims and tires. 67K hwy.
miles, excellent condition, $15,500.
Call 643-4362.

Explorer, 2004, Eddie Bauer, 45K
miles, green/tan, tan leather interior
with wood grain, backup sensors,
dual climate control, third row seat,
luggage rack, rear dvd ent. & air and
much more. Asking $21,500. Call
762-3279 or 447-0503.

FOR RENT
Mobile home for rent, $85.00 to
$125.00 weekly, 2 bedroom. All util-
ities included. Also RV lot for rent.
C all 674-7616.

Small 1 bdr., 1 bath, 1/2 acre yard,
clean house, $400 deposit;
$375/month. Call 674-5059 or 674-
5921.

2 bdr teailers.,'semi-fvrnished, no
pets. 674-40.1;. ,

RV trailers $75 $80 week, rrost
u i;iies furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.

FOR SALE
Roaches? Use BUGMAX 365.
S Guaranteed. Kills Ants too! Altha


Farmers Co-op (Blountstown), 674-
8194, (Altha), 762-3161 or Waldorff
Ace Hardware, 762-3228.

Furniture: 2 white living room
chairs, $5 for both; approx. 5' x 7'
rug, $5. Call 237-2757.

Chevy factory 350 engine, 4 bolt
main with' Elderbrock aluminum
intake with Elderbrock carb, crome
valve covers, ready to run, needed a
bigger motor, $700 firm. Call 674-


FOR RENT

1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
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Sutton Creek Apartment
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/TTY 711
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Competitive Prices
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One Noble Paris clarinet, com-
pletely reworked by Leitz Music
Store in Panama City. Includes new
case and a box of nine #2 reeds.
Call 674-8529.

Utility trailer, 5' x 10', enclosed,
perfect for hauling furniture, equip-
ment, etc. Carpeted and painted on
the inside, $600. OBO. Call 674-
8071.

2004 Suzuki Savage 650 motor-


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INSURANCE
803 N, Main 8L, BlaUntstown, FL


M&W Self Storage

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


cycle, 4500 miles. Has windshield
and saddlebags, $3,000. Call 674-
3839.

Swimming pool slide, 7 ft. tall
light blue fiberglass. It was used with
an in-ground pool, but can be used
with an above ground pool as well if
it has a deck, $250. Call 643-4362.

Religious cassettes, mostly ser-
mons. Very good condition, 500
each. Call 237-2505.

HELP WANTED
Help wanted on Dairy Farm Full
time and or part time. Primarily for
milking cows, small amount of tractor
driving possible if desired.
Competitive wages. Experience
helpful, but no necessary. Male or
female may apple. Must be honest
and dependable. Call with refer-
ences: 674-3998.

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED
NOW!! Werner needs entry-level
semi drivers. No exp. required. Ave.
#36k+1st yr! 60% home nightly /
weekly. CDL training in your area.
1-866-280-5309,

LOST & FOUND
Lost: Earring, sterling silver, large
hoop. Please call 674-8635 or 643-
8585 if found.

Lost male, neutered, light golden
lab/retriever/bull dog mix, last seen
near Hwy. 20 and 275 (Silas Green
area). Very friendly, has collar with
tag. If you know where -he is call
447-0464..

Lost light beige/golden
Chihuahua, male, neutered, red col-
lar. He's my baby. Please call if
found. Friendly. You can pick him
up. Seen near 20 and 275/Magnolia
Church area. Reward. 447-0464.

MOBILE HOMES
Mobile home for sale: 2002
General mobile home, doublewide, 3
bdr., 2 bath, located on 1-1/2 acres,
asking. $85,000. Call 674-1400 or
643-7378

YARD SALE
Yard sale, Fri. & Sat., Sept. 8 & 9,
from 8:00 a.m. until. Have a clean
out garage and house again so
there's something for everyone.
20157 SW, Dogwood Ave. (behind
Burger King off of Cypress). Call
674-6520.

Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 1:00 at
17196 NW Angle St., Blountstown.
Table w/6 chairs, household items,
men, women, & children shoes and
clothes, men's dress suits. Call 674-
8564.

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BankingTurns: 14 degrees
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Last Year's Winner: Kurt Busch
Qualifying Record: Brian Vickers 129.983 in 2004
Race Record; Dale Jarrett 108.707 in 1997
Race Time: 7:00 pm ET, Sept. 9th


puts on the best short track show. Richmond's
unique, 3/4-mile layout produces tremendous
side-by-side racing, yet drivers can obtain high
enough speeds to give it a superspeedway feel.
That are combination allows for the beating and
banging that fans always love, with the drivers' skill playing a major
role in winning. In the words of NASCAR NEXTEL Cup icon Rusty
Walace, those characteristics help make racing at the track and the
experience fans have while visiting, simply "perfect" With 26 straight
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series sellouts and tremendous crowds
each season forits NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR Craftsman
Truck Series races, Richmond.International Raceway is a fixture on
each of NASCAR's major touring series schedules.


2006 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Kevin Harvick 4270
2) Carl Edwards 3703
3) Denny Hamlin 3651
4) Clint Bowyer 3558
5) J.J. Yeley 3434
6) Paul Menard 3197
7) Kyle Busch 3110
8) Greg Biffle 3020
9) Johnny Sauter 2885
10) Jason Leffler 2815


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te start ofa race wih a full field?
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b) 33
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A resident of Mooresville, N.C., Dale Earnhardt
Jr. began his driving career at age 17, competing
in the street stock division at Concord (N.C.)
Speedway. He became the first third-generation
NASCAR champion when he won the 1998
Busch Series title. After a second Busch crown in
1999, he moved full-time into the Budweiser No.
8 machine on the NASCAR Nextel Cup circuit,
following the considerably large footsteps of a
legendary father, the late Dale Earnhardt, a
seven-time champion, and grandfather Ralph
Earnhardt, who was selected among NASCAR's
50-best all-time drivers. In 2004, Dale Earnhardt
Jr. won the Daytona 500, 6 years to the day after
his father won his only title in the "Great American
Race." He was able to qualify for the NASCAR
ten-race playoff that year, but was eventually
eliminated from contention with a points penalty
and two DNF's. Eamhardt statistically had his
worst season last year, with only 1 win and a 19th
place points effort.


Tony Stewart was cleared to participate in last
weekend's activities by a NASCAR medical liai-
son after being banged up in a crash during a
charity race at Skagit Speedway near Seattle.
Stewart flipped his sprint car on the first lap of
his qualifying heat. He was checked out at the
track and returned to the event later in street
clothes. NASCAR spokesman Ramsey Poston
said the reigning Nextel Cup champion was
looked at again before practice began last
Friday at California Speedway.


Sony HD 500 Results Race Review
Driver Start Finish Make Sonsor Points/Bonus Kasey Kahne won Sunday night at the Sony HD 500 at
Kasey Kahne 9 1 Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 190/10 California Speedway. This was Kahn's fifth win of the season
Dale Eamhardt Jr. 6 2 Chevrolet Budweiser 175/5 and placed him only 30 points from the 10th position in the
ClintBowyer 3 3 Chevrolet Jack Daniel's 165/0 Chase.Afterthe racehesaid,"lcame heretellingmyself,You've
Car Edwards 24 4 Ford Office Depot 165/5 got to win. You've got to win. You have to go out there and lead
Jeff Gordon 14 5 Chevrolet DuPont 160/5 laps." Dale Eamhardt, who had struggled on the 2-rile
Denny Hamlin 8 6 Chevrolet FedEx Express 155/5 California oval in his last live starts finished second. Matt
Matt Kenseth 11 7 Ford DEWALT 146/0 Kenseth finished seventh taking the Nextel Cup points lead
Kyle Busch 10 8 Chevrolet Kellogg's 147/5 awayfrom Jimmie Johnson. Jimmie Johnson finished 11th.The
Tony Stewart 22 9 Chevrolet The Home Depot 138/0 next race will be the last to determine which drivers wl have a
Dale Jarrett 36 10 Ford UPS 134/0 shot at the Chase for the NEXTEL Cup Championship.




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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 6, 2006, Page 14


FHP will conduct driver


Calhoun County beautiful i license checkpoints here


'-" -- "Brenda Beautfication (cka Mar', Alice Mrlinnfck)
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Keep Calhoun County
Beautiful, Inc. Board educat-
ed sixty participants on
Calhoun County's history and
the need to have pride in
where you live during the
Calhoun County Sheriff's
Youth Camp "Harmony in the
Streets" held in July at the W.T.
Neal Civic Center,
Miss Calico Calhoun
(Joanne Roberson) and
KCCB Vice-Chairman Mary
Alice Minnick related the set-
tlement of the county, the
Creek Indians, the impor-
tance of the Apalachicola
River in commerce and the
earliest agriculture of cotton
and Indian corn. They
explained how the later dom-
inance of turpentine and
sawmills increased the popu-
lation and told that now the
county is a producer of soy-
beans, cotton and peanuts.
To emphasize the forest
and agriculture based com-
merce of the county, each
child was given a planted
seedling .of red cedar, pine,
oak, hickory or cherry laurel,
all native to the area. The
Florida Peanut Producers
Assn. in Marianna supplied a
bag of roasted nuts,


The Florida Highway
Patrol will be conducting
driver license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the the month of
September in Calhoun
County. SR-73 north of CR
392, SR-71 near CR-274, SR-
71 near Trailer City, SR-71
near Chipola St., CR-274
near CR-167 and SR-73 near
CR-287.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment
troopers will concentrate


Lady Cats
Marianna, 25-11, 25-13.
Sierra Chason led with nine
points, followed by Emily
Brooks with seven.
The J.V. Cats also defeat-
ed Vernon, 25-15, 25-15.
K.K. Beauchamp led with 13
points, followed by Brooks
with 10. The win put the J.V.
, squad at 5-0 for the season.
The Jr. High girls took'on
Hosford Aug. 31 in a double-
header. They won the first
match, 25-8, 19-25, 15-10,
and lost the second match,
8-25, 26-28. Leading scorers
in the first match were Heidi
Bailey with 16 points; Angel
Dehn with 11 points; and
Hali Smith with 10 points.
Match two leaders were Ariel
Folsom with 10 points;
Angela Waldron with eight
points; and Marissa Coleman
with six points.
Altha travels 'to Wewa
Thursday with game time at
4 p.m. for J.V., followed by
varsity at 5 p.m. The Jr. High
squad will host Blountstown
Middle School that afternoon
in a doubleheader at 3:30
p.m. The varsity and J.V. will
be back at home Tuesday to
host Liberty County. Game
time is 4 p.m.


their efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed to drivers violating
the driver license laws of


The Blountstown Main
Street Murder Mystery
Dinner Theatre committee
will meet Friday, Sept. 8, at
noon at El Jalisco restaurant.
Only event committee chairs
need attend.
The dinner theatre, set for
Thursday, Sept. 14, and
Saturday, Sept. 16, has been


Florida.
The Patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws
of Florida ensuring the pro-
tection of all motorists.okl,


sold out for several weeks.
Thanks to everyone who has
supported this event by pur-
chasing tickets, donating
silent auction items, and pro-
viding generous sponsor-
ships. All proceeds benefit
the downtown revitalization
efforts and your help is great-
ly appreciated!


Minutes cont'd-


taking the position occupied by
Melissa Adams:
Tonya Durham--
Recommendation for Physical
Education position for. the 2006-
2007 school year She will replace
Susan Rash. Mrs. Durham will
transfer from Blountstown Middle
School.
Vicki Bennett- Recommendation
for the Reading Coach position for
the 2006-2007 school year.
BLOUNTSTOWN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
Amanda Dehn-Request per-
mission to participate in the sick
leave share plan.
DISTRICT
Amy Jordan-Recommendation
'to work with the ESE staff monitoring
ESE records beginning Thursday,
July 6th, 2006 and ending the end of
July. Ms. Jordan's salary should be
based on the part-time teacher
salary schedule. Fund: should
come from the IDEA, ProjecA #2637
CARE
Mathew Chester-
Recommendation for ISS Teacher
for the 2006-2007 school year.
Robin Ri:rards-
Recommendation for General
Support/Curriculum Coordinator for
the 2006-2007.school year.
Alvin Webb-Recommendation
for Paraprofessional Position for the
2006-2007 school year. He will start
employment on August 7, 2006.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to approve the projects,
plans and agreements as follows:
a. -Gateway .Student System
Consortium Participation Agreement
(delete)
b. Update Utilities Facility Rate
c. Electronic Equipment
d. Addition of Out-Of-County
Student Checklist/Amendment of the
Out-Of-County Student Transfers
e. SDFS Contract with Chemical
Addictions Recovery Effort, Inc.
(CARE)
f. Assistive Services Handbook
g. Contract for
Counselor/Behavior Specialist-
Teresa Estes
h. Integras-Discussion Only
(delete)
i. Pre K Handbook
(delete)
j. Chartwell Contract
Sealed Bids were received for LP
Gas as follows:
Eubanks, Blountstowrn, FL:
1.25 per gallon-market price; .23
per gallor ,endor markup
Ferrellgas, Dothan, AL: 1.293
per gallon-market price; 45 per
gallon-vendor markup
Amerigas, Blountstown, FL:
1.15662 per gallon-market price;
.185 per gallon-vendor markup
Sealed bids were received for

Grants
industry."
Persons interested in
Chipola's teacher education
program,, should contact Dr.
:Kitty Myers at 718-2260. For'
information about
Automotive Technology, con-
tact John Gardner at 718-
2306.


Gas and Diesel Fuel as follows:
Eubanks, Blountstown, FL
Gasoline 87 Octane: 2.1375/gal.
(.085/gal. Markup)
Gasoline 93 Octane: 2.4375/gal.
(.085/gal. Markup)
Diesel: 2.174/gal. (.085/gal.
Markup)
SMansfield-Gainesville, GA,
No Bid
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Volena Barfield
and carried td accept the lowest and
best bids as reviewed by
Superintendent Mary Sue Neves
and staff.
Superintendent Neves gave the
facilities update.
A motion was made by Doyle
Daniels, seconded by Tim Smith and
carried to approve the PAEC
Resolution.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Tim Smith and
carried to approve the, ESE
Contract.
A motion was made by Doyle
Daniels,' seconded by Volena
Barfield and carried to approve the
Gateway Resolution.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith,. seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to approve the Calhoun
County School Resource Officer
Agreement.
A motion was made 'by Tim
Smith, seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to approve Teacher on
Special Assignment at the Pioneer
Settlement. The position should be
part-time Adult School and part-time
Pioneer Settlement for a one year
trial basis with the schedule being
adjusted as Superintendent sees fit:
Volena Barfield opposed the motion.
A motion. was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Doyle
Daniels and carried to adjourn.


Chamber -
met for a working lunch
Tuesday and covered alot of
ground for current projects
and also, new officer elec-
tions. We look forward to
attracting more new faces to
our group.
There are many events
and .plans in the works and
we need concerned citizens
with energy and enthusiasm
to make it happen! C'mon
SBlountstown! We CAN do it -
we CAN make Blountstown a
beautiful and thriving city.
Call Tony at 643-7757 or
the: Calhoun County
Chamber office at 674-4519.



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Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Paraprofessional

*Terms of Employment: 10 months
*Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
*Applicant Qualifications: AA degree or appropriate
certification (highly qualified)
*Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent of
Schools located in the Courthouse or the office at Altha Public
School. Completed applications should be returned to the
School Board office by September 11, 2006 12:00 Noon
(CDT).
*A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Altha Public School or the School board Office.
* Questions concerning this opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Ronnie Hand, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
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