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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2006 N 100th Year, No. 7 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 0 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


Scorned


woman


arrested


for assault
BY KELLI PEACOCK
NEWS EDITOR
A Blountstown woman
remains in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail after
allegedly stabbing her
boyfriend and assaulting his
mother over the weekend.
Jessica Trejo, 26, was
charged with aggravated
battery, along with simple
battery, in the case.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Bliss Moreau responded to a
home on Jim Godwin Road
just before midnight Sunday
in reference to a physical
disturbance between Trejo
and her boyfriend, Michael
Holliday, 27. Dep. Moreau
found Holliday bleeding with
several lacerations on his
face.
Holliday advised he had,
spoken with Trejo earlier in
the evening about ending
their relationship. He
alleged she became enraged
and advised he would "pay"
for what he did. She then

See ASSAULT, page 12



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BY MARILYN RUSSELL
Blountstown Rotary Club
The 20th Annual Goat
Day will be held on
Saturday. October 21. at
Sam Atkins Park in
Blountstown.
Over 100 booths will be
set up for you to tour and
enjoy the good food.
music, and games. Arts &
Crafts booths vill be
judged for 1st. 2nd & 3rd
place "best of the best".
Judges xwill be Marti Coley,.
Ruth Attaway and Man',
Sue Neves.
The park will open at
8:00 a.m. for you to tour
and the entertainment


FREE OUTDOOR MOVIE


Halloween


'Creature


Feature' on


the square
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A night of spooktacular fun
is planned Tuesday, Oct. 31,
from 6:30 p.m. until at
Magnolia Square in downtown
Blountstown.
Bring your blanket or lawn
chair and snuggle on the grass
as Blountstown Main Stieet
presents a free outdoor movie,
Creature from the Black Lagoon.
on the big screen at the square.
Popcorn and soft drinks will be
available for a small fee, along
, \ith glow bracelets and neck-
laces. Pumpkins from the carv-
ing contest will be on display.
For more information, call
Angie at 674-9191 or the
Chamber at 674-4519.


begins at 9:00 with vari-
ous groups such as 9:00
a.m. Last Ride, 10:00
a.m. Nejsa \Wilkins.
11:00 a.m. Last Ride.
12:00 Noon Neysa
\Wilkins. 1:00 p.m. East
Company. 3:00 p.m. -
Cnsta Lynn. 5:00 p.m. -
Kirk Talley. and for the
finale 7:00 p.m until -
Clutch. Tom Lewis and Dr.
Shane Collins will be the
Master of Ceremonies and
will be keeping it lively for
one and all! Bring your
lawn chairs so you can
pick your special seat. A
professional stage will be
set tip on the north side of
the ball fields.


Games will begin at
11:00( a.m. with the coin
shuffle (located at the vol-
leyball net). over S200 in
comns will be up for grabs
by the children, then we
will have the greased pig
chase beginning at 1:00
p.m. TIhree categories will
be "chasing". 1st. 2nd.
and 3rd prize money will
be awarded. plus trophies
for competing.
Don't forget to browse
through the arts and
crafts booths and maybe
purchase your Christmas
earlyv, they have very good
deals. After browsing.
head on over to the food
court where over 11 ven-


dors are set up to "feed the
hungry". The Pioneer
Settlement will also be set
up demonstrating various
items such as: Spinners.
soap making, basket
wearing. quilting, crack-
ling cooking, blacksmith.
antique tractors and
engines.
Admission to the park
is S5 per person/adults,
S2 per person/children (6
12 years of age). FREE
for children under 6 years.
Proceeds go to the
Blountstown Rotary Club
with a donation also to the
Pioneer Settlement. We do
hope you come on out and |
enjoy the day with us!
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Mr. and Miss LCHS

Liberty County High School celebrated a Bulldog-style homecom-
ing ,last week! For the first time ever, a homecoming king was
crowned with Ervin Young being named Mr. LCHS. Homecoming
queen honors went to Candice Holley. Above, Candice is escorted
by her father, Roscoe Holley, and Ervin is escorted by Gay Lewis dur-
ing pre-game festivities Friday night. The Bulldogs went on to defeat
Freeport, 21-10. For the full homecoming court, turn to page 9. Game
details can be found on page 6.


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CONSOUDATION


School Bd.


delays vote;


will form


task force
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
In a surprise move, the
Calhoun County School
Board decided at their regu-
lar meeting .last Tuesday
night to delay the scheduled
vote on whether or not to
consolidate Altha and
Blountstown high schools.
The board opted to form a
task force that will study the
issue further before a vote is
taken.
The meeting was moved to
the courtroom at the
Calhoun County Courthouse
in preparation for the large
turnout. Several citizens in
the, standing 'room only
crowd took turns at the
podium, offering comments
on both sides of the issue.
Blountstown restaurant
owner Wayne Martin told the
board he is concerned about
the increase in taxes consol-
idation will bring. "Do what
is right for families and you'll
do what's right for the chil-
dren," he remarked, adding,
"I applaud [Superintendent]
Mary Sue [Neves] for taking
the time to review this
more."
In response to comments
about the Kinard
Community suffering after
the school there closed
decades ago, Kinard resident
Minnie Johnson stated that
wasn't the case. "I moved to
Kinard in 1950," she stated.
"We had one store then and
we have one store now.
People move because there
aren't jobs. You have stores
here in Blountstown closed
and you have stores in Altha
closed. We have no jobs
because people don't want
change."
As far as property tax
increases, Johnson pointed
out that the region is chang-
ing. She said plans are being
developed to construct a
superhighway from Port St.
Joe to Montgomery. "Where
do you think people in this
county are going to be living?
They're going to be selling,"
she commented.
Johnson went on to say,
"It's time we stop thinking.
about me and mine and
think about all the citizens.
When this vote is over, we
still have to live together in
this community. Jesus said
He'd know his disciples by
their love for one another
and to love your neighbor as
yourself. I urge you to vote to
help all children in this
See CONSOLIDATION, pg. 14


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Dear Editor:
I'm not the parent of an
Altha student, but I am a for-
mer Altha student, thus my
opinion on consolidation is
negative.
One reason, among many,
for my opinion is the fact that
consolidation would reduce
the number of students able
to participate, in athletics.
Athletics should not drive the
educational system, but at
the same time, there are les-
sons to be learned on the
athletic field and court, that
will NEVER be learned in a
classroom. One great exam-
ple is how to lose in life and
get back up and start again.
I feel those lessons are impor-
tant enough to justify what-
ever is necessary to keep ath-
letic opportunities at a maxi-
mum. My opinion has
NOTHING to do with race and
I consider that card to have
been played until its "worn
out".
I am very surprised that
in all of the discussion of this.
issue, the potential for a
charter school has not been
mentioned. If I were the par-
ent of an Altha student, I
would get with other parents
and discuss that potential,
and let the school board
know that if consolidation
becomes a reality, then that
is an avenue we are going to
investigate and possibly pur-
sue. Charter schools do not
charge tuition, but receive
funding just like public
schools. The School Board
has to approve it, but they
had best not fail to do so
without sufficient, statutory
cause.
Consider that a charter
school in Altha would get all
of the FTE funding for the
number of students it has
(and the Board should con-
sider that it would lose that
same funding.) Should any
parents wish to investigate,
one of the. most successful
charter schools in the area is
Bay Haven Academy in
Panama City. A simple call to
them could put you in touch
with the principal and the
charter board members, all of
whose advice would be
invaluable. It is worth noting
that the administrators in
most school districts hate the
concept of charter schools
competitionn. but should any
Althia School teachers or staff
transfer to a charter school,
they would still be in the
Florida Retirement System.
Thanks to The County
Record for your exhaustively
complete and impartial
reporting, on this and all
issues!

Good luck AHS,
Stan Dillard

Dear Editor:
I understand that Supt.
Neves and some of the school
board members are still say-
ing that they will not need
more school buses if they,
consolidate Altha and
Blountstown High Schools. I
would like to know how they
plan to get all of the students
whose parents drop them off
and pick them up, those who
walk to school; and those
who now drive to school but
probably will not drive if
school is a lot further from
home. Best guess I can get is
that it would involve about
60% of high school students
or about 360 students which
will take many more buses
and more expense and time.
To Mr. Hassig you told
me to give you respect the
other night, at the board
meeting. First, I wasn't talk-
ing to you when you thought
I told you to shut up; I was
telling the woman next to you


to shut up while you were
talking. Mr. Hassig, you told
me at the meeting, when I
asked you if you didn't feel
sorry for the 150 or so stu-
dents who will not get to par-
ticipate in sports, clubs,
cheerleading, class officers,
debate teams, etc. You said,
"It is a competitive world." If
it is such a competitive world,
why don't you board mem-
bers run county-wide since
you represent the whole
county? You probably have
never been in Altha School
but you are ready to close
that high school forever. You
are supporting closing two of
the best high schools in the
whole state of Florida:

Sincerely,
Morrell Bailey

Dear Editor,
Our School
Superintendent, Mary Sue
Neves, very publicly stated on
the network news, that chil-
dren come first. I can only
hope that this statement was
sincere, and .a promise, a
very public promise, to do
what is best for the children,
and their families. And con-
solidation is definitely not in
the best interest of all con-
cerned.
But I write this letter half-
heartedly. I is my opinion,
based upon personal experi-
ence, that Ms. Neves, when
she served as Principal of
Blountstown High School,
did not put the children first.
She was .patronizing and
biased. Demonstrating a
'double standard'. Where
rules applied to some stu-
dents but not others. She
made life more difficult, com-
plicated and even painful.
Surely I was not the only par-
ent to have experienced this.
I hope for the sake of all
the children, that someone in
a position of power and
authority, will honestly act in
the best possible interest of
the children and their fami-
lies. That a responsibility,
obligation and commitment
does indeed exist in our
school system. One that does
more than educate from
books, but helps teach
ethics, integrity, fairness and
ideals to try to4UlIe up to.
And. that the student, the
actual Child, is .t least as
important as the education
being administered. Also, the
adults in charge are dedicat-
ed to a job well done, hoping
to encourage -and inspire
greater things. But, most
important of all, that the chil-
dren really do come first.

Sincerely,
Rosalind C. Rauschenberg



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honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They are urging all women to schedule a
mammogram today. Women ages 50-64 who have no insurance and qualify financially
are eligible for assistance through a federally funded program that provides screenings
for breast and cervical cancer. For more information, call the local health department at
674-5645. Shown at the Breast Cancer Awareness Month party are (from left) Bonita
Grantham, Gina Adams, Jim Bryan, Angie Morales, Marie Kimbrel, Wendy Smith, Jodi
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Start planning your float with 'Rock 'n Roll Christmas' theme


Christmas parades Dec. 2


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Griffin, Ferguson to


speak vows Nov. 25


You are invited to enter the
2006 Calhoun County
Christmas Parade!
Calhoun County will ring
in the season with two
parades on Saturday,
December 2. The first one will
be held in Altha at 1 p.m..
with the evening parade set
for 6 p.m. in Blountstown.
The theme for this year's
parade is "A Rock 'n' Roll
Christmas".
Line up for the
Blountstown parade will be
in the parking area next to
the field house at
Blountstown High School,
entering at the double gate
on Charlie Johns Street
behind the football field. If
you wish for your float to be
judged, line up at 4:00 P.M.
Judging will begin at 4:30
P.M. and the winners will be
presented ribbons at 5:00
P.M.
In the Blountstown


parade, ribbons will be pre-
sented to the first, second
and third place floats in the
following categories: School,
church, business, non-profit
and government agency. A


grand prize award will be pre-
sented to the best overall
entry.
Registering your float is
FREE! The deadline to sub-
mit registration forms is


Wednesday, November 22. To
enter the Blountstown
parade, contact the Chamber
of Commerce at 674-4519.
For the Altha parade, call
Altha Town Hall at 762-3280.


Relay for Life kickoff November 6


Providing real hope for a cure


The American Cancer
Society is the nationwide
community based health
organization dedicated to
eliminating cancer through
research, education, advoca-
cy, and service.
Relay for Life is the
American Cancer Society's
signature activity. It allows
everyone in the community a
chance to participate in the
fight against cancer. Relay
allows a community to grieve


for those lost to cancer and to
celebrate the lives of those
who survived, while at the
same time, working toward a
cure.
Plans for the 2007
Calhoun-Liberty American
Cancer Society Relay for Life
are underway. The 2007
Relay is under the direction
of new committee members
who are working hard to
make this a large-scale com-
munity event! The theme for


the May 2007 Relay is
"Starring a Hope for a Cure -
All Night at the Movies"
A Relay kick-off meeting
will be held at the WT Neal
Civic Center on Monday,
November 6th at 6 p.m. CST
(7 p.m. EST) for all interested
teams. Please come out and
join us for light refreshments,
information, and a chance for
fellowship with your neigh-
bors. Please call Kate at 674-
2033 for more information.


Jewell Angel Griffin and
Lloyd and Glorida Parrish,
all of Bristol, and Eugene
and Carolyn Ferguson of
Attapulgus, GA, are proud
to announce the engage-
ment and forthcoming
wedding of Chacosglo
Teanna Griffin to Cecil
Ferguson on Nov. 25 at 5
p.m. (ET) at Veterans
Memorial Park Civic
Center in Bristol.
The bride is employed
with the state of Florida


and Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital. The groom is
employed with Terminex
as a treatment specialist in
Bainbridge, GA.
Together, with their
families, they request the
honor of your presence at
this celebration of faith,
love and hope to local
friends and family. All are
invited. No local invitations
will be given out.
The couple is registered
with Wal-Mart and Belks.


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held Saturday, November 4,


at 2:00 p.m. (CT) at the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement in Blountstown.
No local .invitations will be
sent, however, all friends and
relatives are in vited.


Fall Festival for children

at the Blountstown Library


'he Even Start Program
and .the Governor's Family
Literacy Initiative invite tod-
dlers and children to bring
their parents -to the Fall
Festival Open, House on
Tuesday, October 31, from
5:00 7:00 p.m. There. will
be games and stories planned
especially for children 8 years
of age and wider. All you
need for admission is a smile
and a child. The activities
are free. Spooky Supper is
$1.00 for a hotdbg, drink and


cookie.
The Fall FeptivalJs being
held at the new Blountstown
Public Library located ,' at
17731 NE Pear St. For fur-
ther information contact the
Blountstown Public Library
at 674-5200.
The Fall Festival is spon-
sored by The Calhoun
County School System Title I,
Even Start, AmeriCorp*
VISTA, and the Governor's
Family Literacy Initiati\ e.


BHS Class of '81 reunion

wil be held October 27-28


The 25th Reunion of the
BHS Class of, 1981 will be
held on Friday. October 27,
and Saturday, October 28.
Those that can \ ill meet at
the homecoming game on
Friday, night which starts at
7:30 p.m. with pre-game
starting at 6:30 p.m. On
Saturday, we will have a fam-
ily style cookout at Sam
Atkins Park and will start at
4:00 p.m. The fee will be
-$5.00 a person to cover the
cost of food. Please bring]
high school memory books
and old photos to share.
If you are planning on
attending the cookout, please,


contact one of the following
people: Lisa Davis, 674-
4987, Renee Jeppson, 674-
3381, or Marilyn Vincent,
674-4237.
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JANIE LOU YOUNG ADKINS
Mrs. Janie Lou Young
Adkins, 65, of Altha, passed
away Tuesday, October 10,
2006.
She was a member of
Victory Hill Pentecostal
Holiness Church. She
enjoyed fishing, cooking,
helping others, going to
church and putting up veg-
etables.
Janie was preceded in
death by her parents, Jay
Young and Louise Creamer;
her granddaughter, Victoria
Shores; and great-grandson,
David Blake Hupp.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Bobby Adkins, of
Altha; four sons, Allen
Tolbert and wife, Gwen, of
Deweyville, TX, Buster
Tolbert and wife, Darlene, of
Sarasota, Dewayne Tolbert
and wife, Darlene, of. Altha
and Robby Adkins of Altha;
three daughters, Teresa
Bodiford of Altha, Tina
Barrentine of Marianna,
Michelle Shores and hus-
band, Ted, of Cottondale; one
brother, Jay Frank Young
and wife, Ann, of Altha; four
sisters, Sybil Cook and hus-
band, Richard, of Marianna,
Connie Hansford and hus-
band, CW, of Altha, Gail
Hollis and husband, Bim, of
Altha and Mellie McDaniel
and husband, Johnny, of
Marianna; special friend,
Quida O'Bryan; nineteen
grandchildren, ten great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Adkins were held Friday.
October 13, at Victory Hill
Pentecostal Holiness Church
with Rev. Robert Simmons
officiating.
Hall .Funeral Home :-of
Altha .was in charge of the,
arrangements, ph. 850-762-
3965.

FRANCES ANSTED \
Frances Ansted. 82.
passed. away Sunday.-.
October 15, 2006, in Panama
City.
Mrs. Ansted \\'as born in.
Atlanta, Georgia, and was a
resident of Calhoun' County
for the past 30 years. She'
was a retired bookkeeper and'
was of the Presbyterian faith.
'.'.-Survivors include three
daughters. Diarie 'Rhodes. of
Scouts Fern'. Sharon
Marshall and her husband,
-Wilmer "Pelo", of Clarksville.
and Susan Hightower and
her husband. Ronald. of,
Newborn. Georgia: three
grandchildren, Tracy
Sanders and her husband.
Robbie, .of Covington.
Georgia, Wade Hall and his
wife, Susan, of Blountstown.
and Tonya Harber and her
husband, Larry, of
Stockbridge. Georgia.
Funeral services will be
held at 10:00 AM _toda'y.
Wednesday. October 18. from
the Poplar Head Baptist
Church in Clarkslille with
Reverend Philip Williams offi-
ciating. Interment will follow
in the Pine Memorial
Cemetery near Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements.
ph. 674-5449 or online at
www.adamsffl.com.

ARTHUR BRYANT
Mr. Arthur Bryant. 59, of"
Crawfordville, passed away\
Tuesday, October 10 2006.
in Tallahassee.:. Mr. Bryant
was born in Blountstown,.
but had lived in Crawfordv-ille
since 1972.
He was a retired engineer
for the Florida Department of
Transportation and was a
1966 graduate of
Blountstown /High -School
'where he excelled in football
and baseball. :
Survivors include his wife,
Layol Bryant, .of
Crawfordville: one son,
Arthur Christopher 'Chris"'
Brvant. and his wife, Leslie.


of Tallahassee; one brother,
James Bryant, of Altha; four
sisters, Johnny McCollum of
Blountstown, Ruth Coxwell
of Bainbridge, Georgia, Vickie
R. Brock and Estelle Harris of
Woodville; and one grand-
child, Dylan Christopher
Bryant.
Funeral services were held
at 1:00 P.M. CST Sunday,
October 15, from the River
Town Community Church in
Blountstown with Paul Smith
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in- the Nettle Ridge
Cemetery in Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements,
ph. 674-5449 or
www.adamsfh.com.

WILLIS M. CHESTER
Mr. Willis M. Chester, 82,
of Quincy, FL, passed away
Thursday, October 12, 2006.
Mr. Chester was a life long
resident of Gadsden County,
and a member of the Bethel
Assembly of God Church.
Mr. Chester was retired from
Suburban Propane, formerly
Hydro Gas. He had a great
love for his family and was an
avid outdoorsman who loved
'hunting, fishing and the
Florida Gators. He was a
W.W.II veteran who served in
the European Theater,
including the Battle of the
Bulge.
Mr. Chester was preceded
in death by a son, Wayne
Chester. :
Survivors include his wife.
of 59 years, Katie Lou
Chester, of Quincy; a son,
Winston Chester, and wife,
Gall, of Southport, and a
daughter-in-law, Sue Chester
of Sycamore; four grandchil-
dren, Wendy Woodrick and
husband, Walter, Amy_
Jordan and husband, Greg,
Chip Chester and wife, Jill,
and Matthew Chester and
wife. Lanet: nine great grand-
children. Whitney. Ashley
and Mason Woodrick, Hunter
-and Tucker Jordan, Maddie
and MacKenzie Chester, and
-*Sara-Kate Chester.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, October 15, at 2:00,
p.m. at Bethel Assembly of
God Church in Greensboro.
Interment followed in Bethel
Cemetery. Memorial contri-
butions may hbe made to
Bethel Assembly of God
Church, 1882 Pine Grove',
Church Road, Quincy, FL
32351.
Independent Funeral
Home, Quincy was in charge
of the arrangements, ph.
850-875-1529.

IRAH "ERNIE" (CHALK)
DUNCAN
Mr. Irah "Ernie" (Chalk)
Duncan. 77. of Blountstown,
Abe Springs Community.
passed away Saturday,
October 14, 2006, at the
Blountsfown Health and
Rehab Center in
Blountstown.
Mr. Duncan was born on
March 22. 1929. in Cullman.
AL. Ernie moved to Daxie.
FL, in 1948 where he resided
for over 20 years before mrrov-
ing to Calhoun County in.
1986 from Panama City-. He
retired from the Calhoun
,County Road Department as
a heavy equipment operator
and a, licensed plumber for
many years.; He was a mem-
ber of the Abe Springs
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Church.
Mr. Duncan was preceded
in death by four sisters, Oma
D. Fowler, Pauline Duncan,
Lorene Stanford and twin sis-
ter, Inez Minton; and one
brother, Jackson Duncan.
Survivors include two
sons, Donald R. Duncan and
his wife, Debbie, of the Abe
Springs Community, and
Ernest W. Duncan of Coral
Springs, FL; one daughter,
Dolores Haventhal and her
husband, Jeff, of Coral
Springs, FL; one brother,
Clyde Duncan of Blount
County, AL; one sister, Louise
Fiessler of Blount County,
AL; eight grandchildren; five
great grandchildren and sev-
eral special nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, October 17, at 2:00
p.m. (CDT) from the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev. Michael Morris and
Johnny Roberts officiating.
Interment followed in the Abe
Springs Cemetery in
Blountstown.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. 850-
674-2266.

ASHTON NICOLLETTE
MERRITT
Ashton Nicollette Merritt,
14, of Wewahitchka passed
away from injuries received
in a tragic accident on
Saturday, October 7, 2006.
On this day, God received
another beautiful angel for.
his garden where she will be
embraced by her great-great
grandmother, Esther Dupree,
.great grandmother, Jean
Anzualda, her great grandfa-
ther, James Dowling Danley,
and iefr"' baby cousin,
Brittaney Wandell. Ashton.
was born May 19, 1.992. She
was very blessed with having
an enormous amount of fam-
ily in, her journey through
life.
.She leaves behind her lov-
ing parents, Heather Merritt,
Michael Rabis and Shane
Semmes: grandmother,
Dreama Peters and husband.
Uncle Rabbit; Godmother,
Janice Alexander: grandfa-
ther, Randy Pitts: great
grandmothers. ,,Geneva Pitts
and Helen Danley; aunt and
uncle, John and Amanda,
'McClendon, and their chil-
dren, Duece, Bralyn, Jade,
and Jessi; aunt Dana Coley,
aunt Dena and husband
Ralph Lawson. and aunt BB.
Throughout her journey,
Ashton was also fortunate to
have made many friendships
that were dear to her heart.
Among these were Erica
Whitfield. Kirsten Stalnaker,
Siearra and, Erin Lynn,


Mekkaya Langley, and Maddy
McCombs were her most
close and cherished friends.
She is also survived by many
more cousins and close
friends. Ashton will also be
missed by her classmates
and teachers at Wewahitchka
High School.
Funeral services for
Ashton were held at 2:00
p.m., Thursday, October 12,
at the First Baptist Church of
Wewa with Pastor Mike
Stroud officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Shady Grove
Cemetery in Grand Ridge
with Hall Funeral Home
directing.
Those serving as pallbear-
ers were Joey Floyd, Clarke
Joyner, Jonathan Sims, Perez
Bellelis, Gary Whitfield, and
Rudy Cintron. Those serving
as honorary pallbearers were
members of the Wewa gradu-
ating class of 2010.
Hall Funeral Home of
Altha was in charge of the
arrangements,, ph. 850-762-
3965.

SEABLE W. PERRY
Mrs. Seable W. Perry, 80,
of Marianna, FL, passed away
Wednesday afternoon,
October 11, 2006, at the
Jackson County Hospital in
Marianna.
Mrs. Perry was born on
April 9, 1926, in Calhoun
County. She retired with the
St. Joe Paper Company as a
secretary with over 20 years
of service. Seable moved
back to Marianna in 1975
coming from Port St. Joe. She
was a member of the Long
Ave. Baptist Church in Port
St. Joe.
Mrs. Perry was preceded in
death by her sister, Jewel
Dean Harris, of Bristol,
Survivors include five
brothers, Lester Williams of
Marianna, Chester Williams
of Presque Isle. ME. Alvin
Williams of Marianna, Lloyd
Williams of Blountstown,
Kenneth Williams of
Marianna; two sisters,
Lodean Tate of Marianna,
and Lorene Smith of Chipley;
and several nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, October 15, at 2:00
p.m (CDT) from the Pea-'
Funieral Home Chapel with
Rev. Gene Lewis officiating.
Interment followed in the Mt.
Olive Cemetery in Altha.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown. ph. 850-
674-2266.


GEORGIA LEE THOMAS
Mrs. Georgia Lee Thomas,
88, of Altha, .died Thursday,
October 5, 2006, at Jackson
Hospital.


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Mrs. Thomas, was a life
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loved fishing, cooking, and
housework, but most of all
she loved her children.
Mrs. Thomas is survived
by her loving husband of 68
years, Paul Thomas, of Altha;
three sons, Larry Thomas
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Gene Schoen and husband,
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Sure I've had to fuss and
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years, but I was enly thinking
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schools in
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County
where she graduated from
Blountstown High. Lydia is a
member of the Prayer
Chainers Mission of God
Church where she holds the
office of Choir Director.
Under the leadership and
council of Pastor Elder
Geraldine B. Sheard, Ms.
Davis pursued her dreams of
becoming an educator like
her pastor. Ms. Davis first
attended Chipola Jr. College
and received an AA degree in
education. She continued to
further her dedication at
Florida Agriculture
Mechanical University
(FAMU). After graduating
from FAMU, she obtained a
teaching position in the
Gadsden County school sys-
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mentary schools in Florida
that have made the most
year-to-year progress in
school grades. Ms. Davis
served two years as a third
grade teacher where her class
received recognition for out-
standing achievement for
conduct and other -academic
achievements in the comput-
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science fair project and won
first place at their grade level,
then first at her school.
Finally, first in Gadsden
County over all the schools.
Ms. Davis was also hired
as the head of the after
school program at her school.
Now in her fifth year at
Stewart Street Elementary,
she was recommended by her
colleagues to be the lead
teacher at her grade level
which is now second grade
for the year 2006-2007.
Both her spiritual and .nat-
ural families are proud of her
success and pray that she
continues up the educational
ladder. She's truly anointed
to teach. It is evident that
hard work and determination
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Location: Martinsville, Va.
Banking/Turns: 12 degrees
Distance: 0.526 miles
Shape: Oval
Last Year's Winner: Jeff Gordon
Qualifying Record: Tony Stewart 98.084 in 2005
Race Record: Jeff Gordon 82.223 in 1996
Race Time: 12:30 pm ET, Oct. 22nd


Marell Birch (22) and a host of Bulldogs bring down a
Liberty County's 21-10 victory Friday night.


Freeport runningback in


Bulldogs improve to 6-1




with 21-10 district win

The Liberty County Bulldogs used a balanced rushing and passing
attack and a hard hitting defense to defeat Freeport Friday night. The vic-
tory improves the Bulldogs' record to 6-1 overall and 3-1 in District 1-A.
The Bulldogs will travel to Sneads Friday night for another important dis-
trict matchup with kickoff scheduled for 8:00 p.m.
Ervin Young led the Bulldog offense with 133 yards on 26 carries.
Quarterback Malcolm Hogans had a big night passing connecting on 13 of
19 attempts for 160 yards and a touchdown. Defensively for the Liberty
County, Jarek McCray came up with two key pass interceptions.


Track Histr


a .. Martinsville Speedways 2006 season is the
track's 59th year of operation and is its 58th
year as a NASCAR-sanctioned facility. The
first race was run on September 7, 1947 and
Robert "Red" Bryon won $500 out of a $2,000
purse. NASCAR was formed in 1948 and
Martinsville Speedway ran its first NASCAR race on July 4th of
that year At slightly more than half a mile, Martinsville Speedway
is the shortest track on the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Circuit but it
has 800-foot straights, turns banked at only 12 degrees and has
been called "two drag strips with a turnaround on each end." The
demanding layout consistently produces some of the wildest
fender scrubbing, push and shove racing on the tour. Richard
Petty, remains the track's leading winner with 15 victories.


Through Oct. 15, 2006
2006 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1) Jeff Burton 5763
2) Matt Kenseth 5718
3) Kevin Harvick 5674
4) Mark Martin 5661
5) Dale Earnhardt Jr. 5657
6) Denny Hamlin 5626
7) Jimmie Johnson 5617
8) Kasey Kahne 5603
9) Kyle Busch 5568
10) Jeff Gordon 5547
2006 Busch Grand National


Driver
1) Kevin Harvick
2) Carl Edwards
3) Clint Bowyer
4) Denny Hamlin
5) J.J. Yeley
6) Kyle Busch
7) Paul Menard
8) Greg Biffle
9) Johnny Sauter
10) Reed Sorenson


Points
4948
4173
4101
4050
3893
3680
3672
3519
3302
3286


Who was the first rookie to
ever capture the pole for the
Daytona 500?
a) Kyle Petty c) Loy Allen Jr.
b) Dale Eamhardt d) Jimmie Johnson
Answer c) Loy Allen Jr. He qualified for
the pole position with a speed of
190.158 mph in the Hooters Ford on
Hoosier tires in 1994.


fl Kasey Kahne
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Biography:
Few rookies have impacted the NASCAR NEXTEL
Cup Series the way Kasey Kahne did in 2004. At
the start of the season, he was an unknown rook-
ie. By the end of the season, Kahne was a house-
hold name. Whether it was his hard-charging style
on the race track or the year-long media frenzy,
Kahne's popularity skyrocketed over the course of
the season. After a successful rookie season in
2004 which saw Kahne record five second-place
finishes, the only question was at what point during
the season the driver from Enumclaw, Wash.,
would get his first win. Kasey Kahne claimed his
first career NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series victory
in 2005, an impressive win from the pole at
Richmond in May. Kahne finished 23rd in the point
standings in 2005. This year, Kahne won the rain
delayed Golden Corral 500 at Atlanta Motor
Speedway. Nearly three weeks later, he won the
Samsung/Radio Shack 500 at Texas. He has won
three races since and has raced his way into the
Chase for the NEXTEL Cup.


Chadotte-based Bank of America Corp., the nation's sec-
ond largest bank, once ignored NASCAR, a sport that
carried a regional and blue-collar stigma, but over the
past year and a half it has changed course. Bank of
America inked sponsorship deals with 10 tracks nation-
wide as well as TVs "Countdown to Green" pre-race pro-
gram. The bank also became the official credit card com-
pany of NASCAR and the sponsor of a race in Delaware
after buying MBNA Corp. in January. Bank of Ameridca's
entry into racing is just the latest example of corporate
Ameri's emhrace if MACAR'c 75 million fans


Bank of America 500 Results Race Review
Driver Start Finish Make Sponsor Points/Bonus Kasey Kahne won the Bank of America 500 on Saturday
Kasey Kahne 2 1 Dodge Mopar/Dodge Dealers/UAW 190/10' night at Lowe's Motor Speedway. He passed Jimmie
Jimmie Johnson 10 2 Chevrolet Lowe's 175/5 Johnson with 28 laps left and then. extended his lead. Kasey
Jeff Burton 6 3 Chevrolet Cingular Wireless 165/0 led a race-high 134 laps.Johnson who had won five of the
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-. BY KELLI PEACOCK
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The Altha Lady Wildcats
won two out of three this
Week, defeating Marianna
and Wewa, but falling to
Liberty County.
The Cats came out on top
against Marianna Oct. 9,
winning 25-22, 25-20, 25-17.
Team leaders included Tory
Sipfoid x-ith 10 points,. two
'aces. and seven assists: Joy
Scapps Mwith 10 kills, three
points, and a block; Cherie
Hires with nine points and
four assists; Loni Johnson
with six points, two kills, and
San ace; Sierra Chason with
eight points and an ace; and
STaylor Shelton with seven
points and a dig.
Up next ,was Liberty
County on Oct. 10. Altha fell
short, 18-25, 16-25, 18-25.
Lipford had seven points and
five assists. Hires brought in
six points, two kills 'and
seven assists. Shelton had
six points and four digs.
Ashley Adkins provided six'
kills. '
The Cats wrapped up the
regular season against Wewa,
winning 16-25, 25-16, 25-14,
25-10. Chason was the team
leader with 17 points, an ace,
and two digs. Hires had 12
points, three aces, two kills,
and 10. assists. Capps.
brought in nine. points, an
ace, five kills and one assist.
Lipford had 11 points and
V, '


five assists.
"The varsity started out
strong, struggled against
tougher competition in the
middle, .but finished up
strong," says Coach Mary
McClellan. "Varsity is coming
together the right time of the
season. It's playoff time and
you can throw the records
out the window. Everyone
gets an opportunity to win."
The varsity Cats finish the
regular season'sat 13-12.
Three Lady Cats are ranked
in 'the All-Big Bend. Joy
Capps is 7th in kills with 176
for the season. Among the
top in assists are Cherie
Hires at 13th with 166 and
Tory Lipford right behind her
at 14th with 149..

The J.V. Cats chalked up
two .more wins this week.
They defeated Marianna, 25-
11, 25-14. Emily Brooks led
with 13 points, followed by
K.K. Beauchamp with seven..
They also defeated Liberty
County, 16-25, 25-10, 15-10.
Gaitlyn Bruner led with 13.
points, followed by Brooks
with seven.
"'The J.V. finished up 14-
1," says Coach -McClellan.
"'They played strong and con-
sistent all season."
The district tournament
began Tuesday at
Blountstown High with the
Cats facing Sneads in the
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an, 36-0


The Blountstown Tigers
have made it through seven
games and remain unbeaten
following a relatively easy win
Friday night at Bowles Field
over Bozeman, 36-0. The vic-
tory gave the Tigers a 2-0
mark in district play, the
same as this week's oppo-
nent, the Tigers from
Chipley.
The win also pushed the
Tigers' regular season unde-
feated mark at 30-0 which is
impressive in any sport at
any level.
"We've got to really'play at
our best Friday night," coach
Greg Jordan said Monday.
"We can't turn the ball over
and we need some good, long,
sustained drives to keep the
ball away from Chipley'
offense. When we have a
good drive, we've got to put
points on the board. They
beat Marianna last week 27-0


and they've only lost to
Pensacola Catholic and
Defuniak Springs Walton,
both AA school. They've got
some very good skill players
and two good running backs.
They're high quality and the
real deal. Our kids know how
much this game means and I
hope we come out ready to
play."
The Tigers came out ready
to play against Bozeman and
were focussing on ball control
and not making turnovers
and mistakes. They succeed-
ed in all departments com-
pletely dominating the game.
In the first half, the Tiger
defensive unit held Bozeman
to (-) 19 yards rushing and 19
yards passing for a net of "0"
yards of offense.
The Tigers put up 9 points
in the first quarter with a 32
yard run by Malcolm Ivory
and a safety when Bozeman's


punter stepped out of the
endzone.
In the second quarter
Ryan Baker scored on a 13
yard run ,and Cory Cox
passed to Garry Reed for 7
yards and a touchdown. The
Tigers were in control at half-
time, 23-0.
"Our young players got
some game experience and
our starters got some rest,"
Jordan stated.
In the second quarter,
Timothy Copeland scored on
a 55 yard scamper. In the
fourth quarter, the Tigers put
up their final points on
Malcolm Ivory's second
touchdown run, this one cov-
ering 28 yards. Kicker Jared
King was one of four on PAT's
and missed one field goal
attempt of 29 yards.
The Tiger offense rushed
for 236 yards on 25 attempts
for a 9.4 yard per carry aver-
age. Cox completed 3 of 8
passes for 25 yards and 1
touchdown in limited action.
Copeland led Tiger backs
with 114 yards on 7 carries
followed by Ivory with 70
yards on 6 attempts.
Demarco Johnson, Baker,
Jonathan Lockhart, Reed and
Cox each had carries in the
game.
Brandon Williams had two
receptions and Reed one for
the Tigers.
Defensively, the Tigers
held Bozeman to 35 yards
rushing on 56 attempts for a
meager 1.6 yards per rush.
Bozeman completed 4 of 14
passes for 42 yards and had
one attempt intercepted by
Ryan Baker of the Tigers.
Baker led the Tiger
defense, in on 13 tackles.
Chase Cox had one sack for a


loss of 8 yards and was in on
2.5 tackles for losses of 25
yards. Cox was in on 10
tackles as was teammate
Jared Lilly. Christian Smith
and Eric O'Bryan were each
in on 8 tackles followed by
Jeremy Watson, Ron
VanLierop and Josh Lee with
6 each. David Mayo, Jason


Money and Brad Tucker were road and the stands need to
all in on tackles for losses in be filled to capacity and rock-
the game. ing with excitement in sup-
The Chipley Tigers always port of "our" Tigers Friday
play the Blountstown Tigers night. A win against Chipley
a tough ballgame, especially would put Blountstown in
when district titles are on the the drivers seat for another
line. Blountstown fan sup- district title with Holmes
port has been outstanding County next week the only
this year at home and on the remaining district contest.


BY BLOUNTSTOWN TIGER
HEAD COACH GREG JORDAN 4


by Coach Greg Jordan
The Tigers improved to 7-0
on the season with a 36-0
win over district foe Bozeman
on Friday the 13th. We were
able to play a lot of younger
players in the second half of
that game and get a lot of
backups in early for -some
extra depth to rest some of
the starters. What we as
coaches wanted to see in this
ball game was good execution
offensively and not turning
the ball over. The Tigers fin-
ished the game without a lost
fumble or interception. The
defense played well holding
Bozeman to '0' yards for the,
1st half and finishing with 56
rushing and 42 passing
yards. all in the 2nd half.


This week the Tigers face a
very tough opponent in the
Chipley Tigers. Chipley
defeated Marianna last week
27-0 and seem to have things
ironed out and playing very
well. We will have to play our
absolute best to win this ball
game. This is a huge District
contest for us 'We must win
this game and have a chance
to play next week at home for
the District Championship.
Chipley has already defeated
Holmes Co. 14-13 in over-
time. This week will tell us a
lot about where we stand in
the District. All the Tiger
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Registrationfor Chipola's



Fall mini-term continues


Vincent Tops Shirt Sale
':The BHS Student
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w~uld like to congratulate
Matt Vincent for selling the
most shirts in our recent
sale. Matt sold a total of 31
shirts to help raise money for
tlgs year's homecoming activ-
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s1irts and let the public
kliow that there are a few
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Homecoming
BHS Homecoming 2006 is
headed our way and the SGA
is excitedly preparing for the
event! The members of the
leadership class have been
divided into committees so
that all of the activities will be
organized ahead of time.
Hannah Johnson, our
treasurer, has been working
on ideas for a Mega-Relay to
be held on Monday, Oct.
23rd. Each of the four grades
will be competing in a series
of games and we hope to start
off the week with this
thrilling, friendly competi-
tion.
Noelle Smith, our secre-
tary, has great ideas in mind
for decorating the stage for
coronation and several SGA
members tare helping her
design the set. The corona-
tion will take place on
Tuesday, Oct. 24, in the BHS
Auditorium at 1:45 p.m.
Students are already look-
ing forward to the Tiger's
Growl on the Thursday of
homecoming week. This
event is sponsored every year
by Mrs. Allyson Howell. T. J.
Rogers has created a home-
coming video that will be
shown at the beginning of the
event. Several teachers and
students will perform skits to


entertain the student body
and hype up the crowd for
the big game.
This year, Red Ribbon
Week happens to fall on the
same week as homecoming
and BHS values the fight
against drugs just as much
as its traditions. Emily and
Lauren Davis devised a bril-
liant idea to ask students to
favor "hugs, not drugs". They
sent out triangular pennants
to Blountstown Elementary
School and Carr Elementary
School. The children were
asked to draw their feelings
against drugs. As these
drawings are turned in,
Emily and Lauren will use
them to decorate the hall-
ways for homecoming week.
They will also be displayed at
Bowles Field during the
homecoming game on Friday
night, Oct. 27th. A drug-free
assembly is being, planned to
take place later in the year.
Finally, on behalf of the
BHS student body, I want to
wish the FFA Forestry Teams
good luck at the state and
national competitions that
will take place this week and
next. We love you and know
you will, once again, make us
very proud! ,
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students in the 6th, 7th, and
8th grades. This year's
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Clinic Closing

After years of serving you, i have decided to
accept a position of a hospitalist in the state of
South Carolina. This decision to pursue another
opportunity was not an easy one. But it is right for
me, and i hope you will respect my position in this
matter. I will close my practice permanently on
November 10, 2006. My efforts until my end date
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ALTHA SCHOOL NEWS F


LCHS celebrates homecoming


KIDS OF CHARACTER: Principal Ronnie Hand proudly announces Altha School's Kids of
Character for the month of October: (front row) Celena Carter, Josie Hall, Carlee Bdrfleld, Cole
Yon, Timothy Mullaney. (middle row) Samantha Potter, Ashley Lytle, Aubree Bay, Kaylee Brown,
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PHOTO BY ZACH TATUM


Wendy's High School Heisman Award
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iFour arrested on 11-year-old son, along with her to break up the fight and the group
mother, Tammy Jo Bell, and a left.
burglary, battery, friend, Jason Busby Story. Earnest Warrants were issued and all
alleged that just before 10 a.m,, the four turned themselves into the
-child abuse charges four suspects arrived and began Sheriff's Office on Monday.


' Four people are facing charges
-after allegedly forcing their way into
"an Altha -home, assaulting two
women, and scaring small children.
_'r Richard and Regina Whitehead,
-Kayla Eddie, and Frankie Stone,
were all charged with burglary with
a battery and child abuse.
I According to the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Office, the four
allegedly went to the home of
,Jennifer Nicole Earnest at Mike
Mills Trailer Park in Altha Oct. 7.
Earnest advised she was at home'
with her 15 month old daughter and


beating on her door. When Earnest
opened the door, she said Regina
Whitehead grabbed her by the hair,
pushed her back, and began hitting
her. Richard Whitehead and Kayla
Eddie then entered the residence
without permission and Richard
allegedly grabbed Bell's arm, twist-
ed it behind her back, and threat-
ened to stop her, while Kayla tried
to snatch the baby out of her arms.
The 11-year-old then fled and hid in
a closet. Regina reportedly contin-
ued fighting with Earnest while
Stone and Eddie also kicked and hit
her several times. Story managed


CALHOUN COUNTY
Oct. 6: John P McClendon, VOP/state
Oct. 7: Joe Wilford, DWLSR
Oct. 8: Dave Peterson, child support
Oct. 9: Tara Tasse, possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia; Byron
Whitfield, Alachua Co. warrant/worthless check, DWLSR with knowledge;
Kathy Fortner, retail theft, possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia;
William Nichols, domestic battery; Mark Land, DWLSR with knowledge;
Linda Wade, possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia; Larry
Campbell, grand theft
Oct. 10: Brandon Conyers, domestic battery; Ricky Jo Eakes, VOP/state;
Larry Sloan, VOP/county; Bryant Washington, DWLSR; Shawn Goff, possession
of drug paraphernalia
Oct. 11: Scott Alanski, VOCP
Oct. 12: Curtis Garrett, VOP/county
Oct. 13: Jerry C. Chambers, possession concealed weapon; Shannon M.
Stewart, DWLSR leaving scene with property damage
LIBERTY COUNTY
Oct. 7: Ulises Hernandez Gonzalez, no valid DL
Oct. 8: Michael Jerome Bailey, obstructing justice; Bruce Dewayne Carroll,
aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, domestic; Jennifer Lynn Parker,
burglary of conveyance, theft; Sherry Forte, hold for court
Oct. 9: Tara Tasse, hold for CCSO; Kathy Fortner, hold for CCSO; Linda Diane
Wade, PWBC/Liberty hold for CCSO
Oct. 10: Darryl D. Bradford, hold for court
Oct. 11: Jose Angle Olmos, no drivers license
Oct. 12: Jorge Alberto Rodriguez, serving five days; Juan Giberto Cruz, serv-
ing five days; Darryl D. Bradford, holding for court; Randal Percy Stewart,
tampering with a victim/witness
Oct. 13: J.-:.e --r.lar-ue,: r.ing five.days; Cesareo Hernandez, serving five
o00,i Paul -r.ir.i-, ,-re,, ,r, serving five days; Agustin H. Carrasco, serving
five days; Jesus G. Martinez, serving five 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.


Man charged with
assault, child abuse
at Scotts Ferry camp
A local man is behind bars on
charges of aggravated assault with
a deadly weapon and four counts of
child abuse.
Arrested was James Earnest
Hicks.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Office, Dep. Scotty
Norris responded to the Scotts
Ferry Landing camping area
Sunday where two families had
been camping. Witnesses alleged
Hicks struck his wife, Krystal, in the
face. Hicks then reportedly pulled
an open knife on James Lynn Hicks
and Billy Joe Vickery, threatening to
kill them. Afterward, he allegedly
picked up his son by the rear of his
pants and shirt and slung him in his
vehicle on top of his other son. Four
children were present during the
incident.

Haunted house

to be held at

the old library
The 2nd Annual Haunted
House, sponsored by the
Blountstown Police Dept.
Employees Club and the
Calhoun/Liberty Chapter of
Fla. Council on Crime &
Delinquency, will be held at
the old Calhoun County
Library on North Pear Street
in Blountstown.
Dates and times are:
Friday, Oct. 27 10 p.m.
until
Saturday, Oct. 28 6 p.m.
until
Monday, Oct. 30 6 p.m.
until
Tuesday, Oct. 31 6 p.m.
until
Admission is $3.


Fire destroys


house in


Pine Island


The home of Barbara Rivers
and Sheldon Henry on Oak
Street in Pine Island was
destroyed by fire Monday
morning. The blaze broke out
just after 8 a.m. Fortunately,
the couple 'and their three
small children, two eight year-
olds and a five-year-old, were
at work and school when the
fire broke out. Assisting at the
scene were the Nettle Ridge
and Blountstown Fire
Departments, along with
Emergystat ambulance crew,
Blountstown Police
Department, and Calhoun
County Sheriff's Office. The
State Fire Marshal's office is
investigating to determine
the cause of the blaze.


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The County Record, OCTOBER 18, 2006, Page 1.1




Monday Noon


Leaders learn rules of order

Local elected officials, club leaders, and other interested citizens gathered at the Calhoun
County Extension Office last Monday night for a free parliamentary procedure workshop. The
session was led by Extension Director Logan Barbee (right) and Ron Mears, Blountstown High
School agriculture teacher (left). A panel of students from the Blountstown FFA parliamentary
procedure team demonstrated the proper and effective way to conduct a meeting.


News & Events from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerc

20816 Central Ave. East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
4 \(850)674-4519 FAX: (850)674-4962


BY MARTI VICKERY
Operations Manager

Membership Meeting
Our next Chamber of
Commerce Membership
Lunch Meeting will be tomor-
row, October 19 at Cat's
Cuisine at Altha School. The
cost for lunch is $7.00 We
hope to see you there!

"The Early Bird Gets
What?!" .
Christmas is just around
the corner. We can help! Stop
by the Chamber office to see
a terrific selection of unique
gifts for the
holidays...Afghans, CD's,
DVD's, books, ,shirts and
more! Why not take some-
thing special home to your
family for Thanksgiving din-
ner? We are here for you,
Monday Friday from S am -
5 pm, closing for lunch from


12 1 pm.


Gathering Ideas
I will be traveling to New
York State later this month
and look forward to meeting
with the Ontario County area
Chambers of Commerce,
Tourism Councils and the.
Canandaigua Main Street
Organization. Watch for my
updates as I share what we
may be able to implement
here and benefit from. We
can learn a lot from others if
we are willing to reach out
and try new things.

Join Us!
Join the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce and
come grow with. us!
Memberships for businesses,
non-profit organizations and
individuals are available. Call
-Mafti at 674-4 51'9 -for details
about our exciting member-


ship plans for 2007.

Main Street
In addition to all o
exciting events, coming
Blountstown Main Str
steadily focusing on m
ing, design and ecor
development
Blountstown. Every
made to improve our cit
also fan out to the rest
area. Moving forward
enhance our communil
only bring positive refl
from those who work
attend school here or s
pass through town o:
way to another destinat
How can you help?
can you do as an indivi
Simply join Blount,
Main Street Come an
out where your talents c
put to use. Make a diffe
Call Angie at 674-9191
Chamber office at 674-4


Family Day Oct. 29 at
Altha Church of God
The congregation of the Altha
Church of God cordially invites you
to join us for Family Day Sunday,
October 29.
The day will begin with Sunday
school at 9:30 a.m. followed by
morning worship at 10:30 a.m.
Immediately following morning
worship, a lunch will be provided,
followed by an afternoon of carni-
val games, inflatable games, activ-
ities and singing featuring the
Thompson Family.
The afternoon activities will last
from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. If you
attend another church, please feel
free to join us after you attend your
home church.
Everything is free, so bring you
family and join us for a fun-filled
Sunday afternoon.
In the event of rain, the activi-
ties will be held in the fellowship
hall.
For more information, call the
church at 762-8294.

Pumpkin Patch to


Judy Reamer resides in
Atlanta, Georgia, and is a widow
with four grown children. She has
appeared on the "700 Club", TBN,
and Christian networks in Canada.
Come and be blessed.
For more information, contact
Carolyn Brock, 674-8368.

Peanut Butter & Jelly
Wedding October 22
Back by popular demand!! The
Peanut Butter and Jelly Wedding
is back! Come join in the fun fea-
turing youth from Blountstown and
surrounding areas! The event will
be held Sunday, October 22, at St.
Paul AME Church, Blountstown,
beginning at 4:00 p.m. For more
information contact Mrs. Moore at
674-8248.

Homecoming Oct. 29 at
First Baptist Bristol
The First Baptist Church of
Bristol will celebrate its annual
Homecoming Day on Sunday,


October 29th. The day's activities
will begin with special music by
Find us Faithful at 10:00 a.m. fol-
lowed by the dedication service for
our new church at 11:00 a.m.
A covered dish dinner will be
served in the fellowship hall after
the services. There will be no
evening service. Please make
plans to attend this special occa-
sion.

'God's Treasure Trunks
& Treats' October 31 -
The Blountstown First
Pentecostal Holiness Church will
present "God's Treasure Trunks
and Treats" again this year in the
Golden Pharmacy parking lot,
Tuesday Oct. 31 from 6:30 pm 4il
8:00 pm.
Join us for an evening of
wholesome family fun! For infor-
mation, call 674-8864.


SUS RBETDY


S open at First UMC
The youth at Blountstown
e United Methodist Church will open
up their annual Pumpkin Patch on
Tuesday, October 17th, and last
until October 31. The patch will
Open at 9:00 a.m. until dark and
be closed on Sundays. 'There will
be pumpkins of all sizes and all
proceeds from the sale will go to
the Youth Program.

Sour NWF Aglow Retreat
>f our
g up, Oct. 27-28 in Destin
eet is
arket- The Northwest Florida Area
nomic Aglow Retreat will be held Friday
for ,and Saturday, Oct. 27-28, in
effort Destin.
y, will "Drop-ins" are welcome or reg-
of our sister Friday, Oct. 27, from 4:00-
*d to 6:00 p.m. at the Embassy Suites
ty wl Hotel, 570 Scenic Gulf Dr (Old
section Hwy 98) Destin, Florida. The
here, Friday night -meeting will be from
heel.' 7:30 to 10:00 P.M.
simply Saturday's session begins at 9
a the a.m. with guest speaker, Judy'
ion. Reamer. Judy shares with humor
What and biblical truth how, as a Jewish
dual? girl, she searched for truth through
stown everything from tap dancing to the
d find occult. Her search ended when
can be she had a powerful encounter with
rence! Jesus, the Messiah.


or the-
4519.


Business session on rural



communities Nov. 6, Bristol


MARIANNA A day long
business session will be held
in .Bristol, FlOrida on
Monday, November 6 at the
Liberty County Community
Center.' The sessions will
begin at 10:00 am EST with
discussions regarding future
Opportunity Florida and
Florida's Great Northwest
cooperative efforts to reach
out to the rural counties of
northwest Florida. Then at
noon Eastern Time,
Opportunity Florida will go
into a general Board Meeting,
with a special presentation
by Bay County International
Airport Executive Director,
Randy Curtis to discuss
future plans for the airport.
At 2:00 pm Eastern Time,
Opportunity Florida, in part-
nership with the state's eco-


nomic development agency,
Enterprise Florida, will con-
duct another in a series of
meetings regarding the eight
rural counties' efforts to
bring a mega/catalyst site to
the region.
Gary Clark, Chairman of
Opportunity Florida states,
'"This is probably one of the
most important days in the
history of our organization.
We hope that ,as many as
possible of the eight counties'
elected officials will attend."
Opportunity Florida
Executive Director, Rick
Marcum added, "I am so
pleased to see .that .this
region is coming together to
build economic capacity.
Between 2001 and 2005 our
eight-county region created
4,153 new jobs. Further suc-


cess will only come from the
continued regional approach
to economic development."
For further information,
call 674-4519 or Opportunity
Florida at 850-718-0453.,

Pancake breakfast
Saturday, 7-9 a.m.
at the Dixie Lodge
There will be an "ALL YOU
CAN EAT" Pancake &
Sausage Breakfast
Saturday, October 21, from
7:00 9:00 a.m. at Dixie
Lodge, 16th Street,
Blountstown.
For only $4.00 you can
enjoy delicious ice cold
orange juice, pancakes with
syrup, sausage and coffee.
Come early Saturday and
enjoy good food and great
fellowship with your friends.



Card of Thanks
The family of Mary Pitts
Summerlin would like to
express our appreciation and
thanks to everyone for the
prayers, flowers, food, phone
calls and visits during the
loss of our wife, mother and
grandmother. May God Bless
each of you.
Johnny Summerlin
Hubert and Sue Pitts
Edmond and Lenora Tyre
Mary Deason
Richard and Lynn Pitts
Broward and Tammie
Pitts

Card of Thanks
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Association, Inc.,
Board of Directors would like
to thank The Calhoun
County Board of County
Commissioners, Sonny
O'Bryan and Ruth Attaway
for your generous contribu-
tion of a parking lot behind
16859 NE Cayson St. Our
transit vehicles, employees,
and senior citizens are'most
appreciated of all the hard
work that went into prepar-
ing the parking lot. We thank
you and appreciate each one
of you!!


The Chipola regional
Workforce Board has received
funding through Florida's Re-
Build program, to assist com-
panies in the construction
industry with training locat-
ed in Calhoun, Holmes,
Jackson, Liberty and
Washington Counties.
Florida Re-Builds is a pro-
gram launched by the
Employ Florida partnership
agencies, along with the
Chipola Regional Workforce
Board and the constr auction
industry to, train workers.


Book and yar

at Harrell Pu
The Harrell Memorial
Public Library will hold their
annual book and yard sale on
Saturday, November 4th,
from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00
p.m. There will be a variety
of books and items for sale.
We will be selling hotdogs,
drinks and chips. In addition
we: will have cakes, cookies,
brownies and cupcakes for
sale.
You may set up a yard sale


Florida Re-Builds offers
training for more that 40 con-
struction trades, including
roofing, masonry, carpentry,
concrete finishing, plumbing,
HVAC, electrical and heavy
equipment operations.
Florida Re-builds is an On
the Job Training for learning
construction skills.
Employers are reimbursed a
percentage of the workers
wages during training.
For further information,
call 850-718-0456 ext 117 or
ext 114.


d sale Nov. 4

blic Library
table' for a $10.00 donation.
We will provide a space and a
table. Any donations of items
for the, library yard sale will
be accepted until noon .on
October 31. The deadline for
reserving your spot and table
will also be October 31.
To reserve your space, or
for information contact
Myrna Carnley, Susie Morris
or Martha Caison Bailey,
Americorp Vistas, 643-2247.


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Assault case cont'd


said she was on her way to
his home and Holliday told
her not to come over. A short
time later, Trejo arrived at the
residence and attempted to
open the door. Holliday
locked the door and asked
her to leave. Trejo reportedly
proceeded to pry the door
open with a knife and come
toward Holliday.


At this point, Holliday's
mother, Lois, arrived and
Trejo allegedly kicked her in
the groin area. Holliday said
Trejo then struck him in the
face several times and
stabbed him in the abdomen
with a knife that was approx-
imately five inches long.
Holliday removed the knife
from his stomach and tossed


it across the room.
Trejo found the knife, fled
the scene with it, and was
later apprehended at her
home in Altha.
Holliday's injuries consist-
ed of a five inch laceration to
his abdomen, cuts to the face
and neck, and loss of a three
to four centimeter piece of his
left ear.


REMEMBER WHEN? It's been many a year since any U.S. gas station' has boasted a sign like this!
This photo was taken in Calhoun County, but we're unsure of the year or the identities of the
women shown. If you can provide details, give us a call at The County Record, 674-5041, or email
news@thecountyrecord.net.


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Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
F- OURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORI-
DA
CASE NO. 06-262-CA
DIVISION,
,A.I.Si-HrGTON MULTI.AL BANK.
PlaIlnldl,
-vs- *
-Va-

RUFUS DOWLING LEE. AND SUE K. LEE
A K. A SUE KIRKLAND LEE, HIS WIFE;
VIOLA M. DAVIS; CHARLOTTE E. CUM-
MINS; REBECCA O.' KASTLI; MARGARET D.
YON; UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION:
#1; UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION
#2; IF LIVING, AND ALL UNKNOWN, PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
Deen ant
NOTICE OF ACTION FORECLOSURE
PROCEEDINGS PROPERTY
TO Ruaus Doaling Lee Sue K Lee A;'K,A
Sue Kuilan.l Lee
Re-laence urdikrTcn uifL'lina Imniuo rng any
unknown spouse of ti e said Deferdan's if
either has remained and 1i either or both of
said Defendants are dead. their respecuee
unknowT, helrs de.'isees ,-rarntes,
assignees, credltor., Ilenur anrd -rutees,
and all other persons claiming by, through,
under or against the named Defendarit(s);
and the aforementioned named
Defendant(s) and such.of the aforemen-
toned uniuro,"n Dfendan and ,ucn ec the
aloremenuoned unkno,:,T, Deiendants as
many be Inf'anr. tLr.competents or otherwise
nor i luni .

YOU, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action has been commenced to foreclose a
mortgage on (he followingur real property,
lying and being and iituated in Calhoun
County, Florida, more particularly described
as follows
THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QULARER
OF SECTION 4. rOWlNSHIP I NlORTH
RANGE 8 WEST. CALHOUN COUNTY'.
FLORIDA. LNiNG EAST OF STATE ROAD .N6
RIGHT OF WAY


TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME PER-
MANENTLY AFFIXED THEREON; YEAR:
2005; MAKE: CAVALIER-ADDISON; VIN#
CV05AL0455379A AND CV05AL455379B.
,more commonly kIno,, a 207'9' North,-Least
State Road 69, Bloari,.tc-wn. FL 32424
This action has been filed against you and
you 3r,: required too .cr,?ea cop rf %.t'uJr i'.'nr.
ten atlense_ u anm. upon iHAJ'iRO & FISH.-
UMAN LLP .AiL:rrnt, l:r Plaintiff. t.ho..I .
addr.e_-_ i- 2424 rjNort, Fe'derAdj Highia
Suire 36.- B,::ca Raton FlIridja 33-4 i mau-i
in -.tr-r, 13': day i.rei- l'th fu-mli publication
of .Ju-,s nouce and file .-,e original with the
clerk of this Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or mi'nmediak.h there
after;, otherwise a cela.ulh iill oe entered
against you for'the reur .J. m.l-re.] in er,
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
on the 29th day of September, 2006.
DATED at BLOUNTSTOWN, Florida the
1st day of May, 2006.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY
Circuit and County Courts


Legal Notice

Nortice of Irent to app'y for a IiSDA Rural
ULiljry Ser.ice Loan 'Grant ro ass.uti in he
rinamncuig of its Phase II water system
.mprovernenit Trie Town of Aith' Int-end&
to trail a ground t:.rage tau-n MAlh ara.s
tors to reduce odors and suspended partic-
ulatez a VellU as replace aamung understz.-:
water mains throughout mne ystem Trriese
ilnproem-enL1 are anacipated ro cosi SI 5
Million, more or less, necessitating financial
assistance. The Town is in a designated
Rural Area of Critic al Economic Concern
and a designated economic Enterprise Zone.
The meeting will be held at the Altha Town
Hall on October 25, 2006, at 6:00 p.m. All
persons wishing to recei t additional Uno'r-
rmatrn cncem iring is T3rit applucaioUr
should contact ,'he Altiha Town Hall, at PO
Box Al ha FL 32421 or (850) 762 3260

Legal Notice

'NOTICEOF DISPOSAL.

M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS will dis-
p6se of contents of the following unit on
Friday, November 3, 2006. The unit is
believed to contain housenol ancd/or per-
sonal properri
Unit #2 S ronn Hathawav
Unit 7N Laura Sanpsters
Unit #55N Michael Casselberir


185-64-092s el


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


BOATS AND
MOTORS
1999 G3 16' aluminum boat with 25
HP Johnson motor, new trolling
motor, new seats, $4250. Call 674-
3946.

CARS AND TRUCKS
1992 Chevy Van, G20 style, body
in good shape, needs transmission
and radiator, $800 OBO. Call 762-
3651.

FOR RENT
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no
pets. 674-4011.
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.
Mobile home for rent, $85.00 to
$125.00 weekly, 2 bedroom. All util-
ities included. Also RV lot for rent.
Call 674-7616.
2 bdr. units. Nice, close to Bristol.
For further information call 643-
7569.


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Apartments
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GREAT LOCAL JOB
OPPORTUNITY
Blountstown Insurance Office
seeking someone to fill a
Customer Service/Secretary
position. Excellent salary and
frequent raises. Pleasant office
environment. Paid vacations and
holidays and retirement plan
included. Five days per week and
only 7 hours per day. Must have
previous office experience.
Insurance Customer Service
license a plus but not required.
Applicant must have a friendly,
outgoing personality, strong
communication skills and the
ability to multitask. Please submit
a resume' to Customer service
position, P.O. Box 66, Altha,
Florida 32421
020 4. 1.8.2006


JUBILEE
U L S
Affordable homes built on your land.
Call for Current Promotions (334) 678-8401
jubileebuilders.com
6885 US Hwy 231 South i Dothan, Alabama 36301


3 bdr., 2 bath mobile
Clarksville. No pets.
month. Call 674-8725.

FOR SALE
QUEEN ORTHOPEDIC
TOP MATTRESS SET. Ne\
tic, warranty. $275. 850-22
2 PC. LEATHER sofa &
Brand new, hardwood frame
can deliver, 850-425-8374.
3 Piece Living Room N
Fiber Sofa, Loveseat, Chai
still wrapped, stain resist.
9879.
6 piece bedroom set
boxes, must sell, $550. C
545-7112..
ALL NEW KING PLU
ORTHOPEDIC mattress se
plastic with warranty, can
$395. 850-222-7783.
Bedroom Set: New King
Armoire, chest, 2 nightstand
$3,200, sacrifice $1000.
2113.
Cherry sleigh bed, $2
wood, still boxed. 850-425-


ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. will be
accepting applications for a Temporary Service Aide. Duties will
include homemaking, respite care, and personal care duties.
This person must have a valid certified nursing assistant
certificate or 32. hours or certified documentation for personal
care duties. This person must also have a Florida driver's
license, a high school diploma, pass FDLE background
screening, and drug test. Application deadline will be,
Wednesday, November 1, 2006 at 4:00 PM. Applications may
be picked up at 16859 NE Cayson Street, Blountstown, FL. NO
PHONE CALLS PLEASE. CCSCA is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
Cot. 18, 25, 2006
DINING ROOM Brand New






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674-5041


home in Cherry Table, 6 Chippendale Chairs,
$400.00 Lighted China Cabinet, $850, Can
Deliver, Call 850-222-9879.
Airlesco paint sprayer with
hoses, good condition, $325;
PILLOW- Troybuilt tiller, electric start, good
w in plas- condition, $275; steel backpack
22-2113. plower, used little, $250. Call 674-
4038.
loveseat.
es-$795, Wedding dress, size 14, white,
$50; formal gown, size 14, silver,
$25; Spongebob comforter with 2
ew Micro sets of sheets, $30; men's reg
ir. $650, Wranglers, size 29/34, $5.00 ea.;
850-222- massage and heat mat, $20; queen
size waterbed sheets in good condi-
tion, still being used, $50. Call 674-
, new in 8616.
Call 850-
Cannon.- 5300 printer, color bub-
ble jet printer with brand new and
SH TOP used ink cartridge, black and color;
t. Still in HP desk jet 3740 series printer.
deliver Call 674-8616.
Singer sewing machine in cabi-
I bed, TV net, $50; computer cabinet, $25,
is. Retail both in good condition. Call 643-
850-222- 5486.
Homemade cedar gun cabinet,
50, solid approx. 5 ft. high, holds 10 guns,
-8374. $800 firm. Call 674-2775.
Dinosaur twin size comforter, call
for prize; large picture of dinosaur to
go with it," blue rocker recliner in
good shape, $50. Call 674-8183,
(5) complete sets of scuba gear.
Best offer. Call 237-1927.

HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED
NOW!! Werner needs entry-level
DE r semi drivers. No exp. required. Ave.
EU #36k+lst yr! 60% home nightly /
weekly. CDL training in your area.
nd of 1-866-280-5309,
Area LIVESTOCK
8PM Feeder pigs for sale, 762-3617.
Large breeding boar hog, call for
details, 762-4187.
are LOST AND FOUND,


Call Toll Free 1-888-515-1388, Ext.
8600.

YARD SALE
Storage Unit Clearance at R & R
Warehouse on Hwy. 20 W, 3rd row
behind new office. Saturday and
Sunday, 9:00 5:00. Call 674-1197.
Multi family yard sale Saturday,
8:00 1:00 at 19164 NE Oak Hill Dr.
Dining table with chairs, art desk,
health rider, girls bicycle, adult and
child, clothes, toys, books, home
school items and much more. Call
674-4708.

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Lost (2) missing Springer
Spaniels: brown and white female
and black and white male. Last seen
in Clarksville, Hwy. 20 & CR 287.
Call 674-7638.

NOT RESPONSIBLE
I will not be responsible for any
debts made by anyone other than
myself.
Charles "Fed" Bauldree
22812 NW CR 275
Altha, FL 32421

REAL ESTATE
Beautiful (1) acre lots for sale,
quick approvals in Mossy Pond.
Financing available. No Realtor fee.


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ALL TYPES
INSURANCE
AUTO HOME LIFE
*PROFES-71J4L SERVICE
For 4 Frin,dliJ Oucie Call
674-5333
Vickery-O'Bryan
INSURANCE
603 N. Main St.. Blounts own FL


M&W Self Storage
RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$25
10xl0...$45
10x20...$80
*. NO DEPOSIT..***
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555 OR
762-8597


STUMP GRINDING
Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Call Chris Nissley
674-8081 or Cell: 643-8561


CRIMINAL JUSTICE
TRAINING CENTER
Basic Law Enforcement
& Crossover from
Corrections to
Law Enforcement
Academies Start: Jan. 25,2007
Application Deadline: Jan. 18,2007
AL & GA residence
NO out of state tuition
Call (850) 718-2479 or (850) 718-2286

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