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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: November 8, 2006
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TRAFFIC CRASH


Bristol


man in


ICU after


accident
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Bristol man is in critical
condition following a single
vehicle crash Sunday night
in Liberty County.
Charles Allen Reddick, 45,
remained in the surgical
intensive care unit at
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital at press time.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Reddick was
northbound on CR 270,
about 4.5 miles north of
Bristol, in a 2006 Toyota
truck just before 6:30 p.m.
As he entered a curve, the
vehicle left the roadway and
went onto the west shoulder.
The truck then traveled back
onto the road, began to
rotate clockwise, then. over-
turned. Reddick, who was
not wearing a seatbelt, was
ejected. The vehicle came to
final rest on the east shoul-
der.
The crash is being investi-
gated by Cpl. Timothi Roufa.



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FESTIVAL


CRIME



SHERIFF'S OFFICE RAIDS




11TH STREET METH LAB


Tre seorch teamrr of (kneeling frorri left) Sct. Mork M.a-llor ,. Dep. Jared rJlichcls; Dep Scort, I Jorris Dep Johrn Sche-et
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ajnd discovered what the/ expected to find: a methanphetl mine lao


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A methamphetamine lab was discovered inside a
couple's mobile home at Yoder's Trailer Park in
Blountstown Friday.
.Jeris Barbee. 38. remains mn custody on charges of
manufacture of methamphetamine. along wiLth posses-
sion of listed chemicals, meth. and drue paraphernalia.
According to the Calhoun County Sheriffs Office. an
investigation led to a search w\an-ant being issued on
the home occupied by Barbee and Jessie Clyde Kelley.
Jr.
Just before 8 a.m.. a search team composed of Sgt.
Mark Mallory. Lt. Michael Bryant, Lt. Ken Futch. Dep.


TRIBUTE


Ceremonies Friday

to honor Calhon

Counts veterans
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor


A I t hough
veterans s Day
doesn't roll
around until
Saturday, one
local civic
group a:Lnd sev-
eral students
have plans in
place to honor
those who
served our
COuntrY at cer-
emonies on
Thursday and
ABOVE: BMS seventh Friday.
graders Shaquala Butler Members of
and Matthew Warren work American
on a Veterans Day display Legion Post 272
n and Ladies
in their school library. Auxiliary will
honor veteraris at Parthenon Healthcare
Thursday at 9:45 a.m. They'll be at
Blountstown Health and Rehab at 2 p.m.
Fourth graders at Blountstown
Elementary will perform a Veterans pro-
gram Friday at 8:30 a.m. Fifth graders will
follow with a flag retirement ceremony at 10
p.m. The pubic is encouraged to attend.
Blountstown Middle School will host a
Veterans Day assembly at 9 a.m. Friday in
the BMS gym. A small reception for veter-
ans will follow in the school media center.
Those wishing to attend. may R.S.V.P. to
Blountstown Middle School at 674-8234.


Chris Porter. Dep. Jared Nichols. Dep. Scotty Norris.
and Dep John Scheetz raided the home and found only
Barbee to be present
A search revealed the home to contain a red phos-
phorus methamphetamine laboratory
Discovered in the kitchen were:
m A glass meth pipe
oThree boxes of 1000 matches

Hot plate
Plastic bottle containing match striker plates
Plastic lar and another quart jar with MSM inside
lKingsford charcoal lighter bottle with a bi-layer liq-
u id
See METH LAB BUST page 3


"They wanted this and they were willing
to work for it, whatever it took."
-Tanya Durham, Lady Tiger Head Volleyball Coach


STATE BOUND!
The Blountstown Lady Tigers were jumping for joy Thursday
night as they claimed the regional championship title in a dra-
matic win over rival Liberty County. The victory sealed their
place in the final four at state. For more highlights from the
regional match and details on the playoffs, turn to page 6.


Heritage

celebration

Nov. 17-19
Altha's Fifth Annual
Heritage Celebration and
Antique Tractor Pull, Bog-In
and Carnival will be held
November 17, 18, and 19, at
the Altha Recreational
Complex.
The event will kickoff with
a bog-in on November 17.
Gates will open at 5 p.m.
with the bog-in at 7 p.m.
Aits and crafts vendors are
also invited to participate
that evening.
The following day,
November 18, festivities
begin at 8 a.m. with an
antique tractor pull, car
show, carnival and music
entertainment. Admission is
$5 (12 and under are free).
On Sunday, November 19,
the carnival will continue.
For more information, call
Altha Town Hall at 762-
3280.

DOWNTOWN FUN


'Elf' movie,

tree lighing

on Nov. 21
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If you enjoyed the free
screening of Creature From
the Black Lagoon last
Tuesday night at Magnolia
Square, mark your calendar
for Nov. 21.
Blountstown Main Street
is kicking off the Christmas
holidays on the Tuesday
before Thanksgiving with
another free movie and a
tree lighting ceremony set to
get underway at 6 p.m.
The City of Blountstown
recently purchased several
new .decorations for down-
town, including a gigantic
tree for the square. Come
celebrate the season, listen
to carols, watch the tree light
up, and settle in to see the
popular Christmas movie,
Elf, on the big screen.
Joining the fun will be some
entertaining elf tumblers.
Calhoun County 4-H
members will hold a
Christmas cookie bakeoff the
night before and will be
sharing their complimentary
homemade treats at the tree
lighting ceremony. Other
snacks and beverages will be
for sale.
For more information, call
the Chamber of Commerce
at 674-4519.



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Downtown Blountstown was the place to be Halloween night! Young and old,
sporting costumes and begging for candy, made their %way to Magnolia Square
for the Creature Feature sponsored by Blountsto'wn Main Street. Folks spread
out on quilts and got co:y in their lawn chairs for the free outdoor screening
of Creature From the Black Lagoon. A block away on North Main Street, the
parking lot outside Golden Pharmac w%%as transformed into a treasure trove
for an event sponsored by Blountstow n Pentecostal Holines Church.
Youngsters followed their way to decorated cars, stopping at each trunk to
hear a Bible story and learn a verse, after which they received some fabulous
treats. The fun continued one street over at the old public library %where the
Blountstown Police Department Employees Club and the Calhoun-Liberty
Chapter of Florida Council on Crime & Delinquency sponsored a spooktacu-
lar haunted house. The new Calhoun County Public Library on North Pear
Street was the site of a fall festival for the little kids.


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 8, 2006, Page 3


A decorative box was found to contain a variety of pipes used
to smoke meth.


Dep. Jared Nichols, Inv. Ken Futch, and Inv. Michael Bryant
inspect a sack filled with cold medicine used to make meth.


A variety of cold medicines and household chemicals used in
the manufacture of meth were discovered at the home.



Meth lab bust-


mA 20 oz. bottle with a bi-
layer liquid
A bottle of denatured
alcohol
Can of acetone
Gallon of camp fuel
Soda bottle with acid
Hydrogen peroxide
Rust stain remover
Plastic jar of bi-layer liq-
uid
Eye dropper full of acid
Crock pot with razor
blades inside
Coffee filters
Plastic lu of red phos-
phorus and a solvent
Cooking spoons
Iodine crystals
Mason jar lids and rub-
ber bands
Strainer with iodine
residue
Bottle of MSM capsules
Bottle with a bi-layer liq-
uid and "2 pull" written on
the outside
In. the master bedroom,
authorities discovered:
Wooden box with two
small plastic baggies of meth
and smoking pipes,
Coleman propane torch
Fry Daddy cooker
In the trash on the back
porch, investigators found: .
Twelve empty blister
packs of pseudoephedrine
Large bag of matches
with the striker plates


removed
A paper towel that con-
tained a suspected pill binder
In his report, Sgt. Mallory
notes, "The empty blister
packs of cold pills had con-
tained pseudoephedrine
which is combined with the
red phosphorus that comes
from, soaking the striker
plates in a solvent. This is
then combined with iodine
crystals that are made from
combining hydrogen peroxide
and tincture of iodine. This,
mi-xture is then heated on. a
hot ; plate or other heat
source. The acid located
would be used to adjust the
ph level during the cooking
process and the denatured
alcohol, acetone, or other sol-
vent is used to separate the
methamphetamine oil that is
produced during the 'cook' or
manufacturing, process. This
acid is also used to convert
the methamphetamine oil
into the powder form of
methamphetamine."
With all this evidence, Sgt.
Mallory, is convinced meth
was being manufactured in
the home.
Barbee was taken into
custody and is being held at
the Liberty County Jail.
Charges have not been filed
against Kelley. The investiga-
tion is continuing.


Scotts' Ferry VFD to host

turkey shoot November 18


The Scotts' Ferry
Volunteer Fire Department
Turkey Shoot will be held
Saturday, November 18, at
9:00 a.m. until at the Fire
House, located 12 .miles
South of Blountstown on
Highway 71 and Iola Road,
(formerly G.U. Parker Rd.).
Rounds are still $2.00 per
person with all shells fur-
nished. Winners may choose
either a Ham, Turkey or store
credit check. There will be
freshly grilled hamburgers,
hotdogs, chili, hot and cold
drinks, chips, cookies, cakes
and baked goods, plus cut-
lery and other items for sale.
All proceeds will be used
to maintain the trucks,
equipment and facilities.
Bring your entire family to
this family-oriented event.

Register now for
Christmas parades
It's Christmas parade
time! "A Rock 'n' Roll
Christmas" is the theme for
the parades .to be held
Saturday, December 2.
The Altha Parade begins at
1 p.m. Call the Altha Town
Hall at 762-3280 to enter.
The Blountstown Parade
begins at 6 p.m. If you wish
to have your float judged, line
up near Bowles Field at 4
p.m. Non Judged entries, line
up at 5 p.m.
Call 674-4519 to register
your float.


See you on the 18th.


Dep. Jared Nichols found a Pepsi bottle in the home that con-
tained acid.


Old Altha


yearbooks


available

Attention AHS Alumni, is
your yearbook collection
complete?
Yearbooks from the follow-
ing years are available for
sale for $30 each:' 1949,
1950, 1952, 1953, 1954,
1957, 1958, 1959, 1960,
1961, 1963, 1964, 1965,
1966, 1967, 1969, 1971,
1972, 1973, 1978, 1979,
1980, 1981, 1982, 1983,
1984, 1985, 1987, 1989,
1991, 1995, 1996, 1997,
1998, 1999, 2000, 2001,
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, and
2006.
Stop by or call the media
center at 762-3448 to claim
yours. Some years are very
limited.


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Community joins Lady Tiger sendoff

Folks from all across --. ,
Blountstown lined the down- : '
town streets Tuesday morning .
as the Lady Tigers took off for '.. .'- .,.
the state volleyball finals in .
Lakeland. Above, Sheriff .
David Tatum and several .
members of his sta D CK AT STAT G TIGERS!
with employees of the TE GO TIGERS
Extension Office and-wn
Chamber of Commerce, '-
gathered along Central ...
Avenue East to cheer for the Il
Tigers as they headed out of .
town. At right, City of
Blountstowri employees were -''- .......- .. -
on the corner of SR 71 and
20 to wish the Lady Tigers
good luck at state. .. -


Letter to the Editor
Dear Kelli,
This is with love, not
anger. I only want it right for
the citizens of Calhoun
County. I am not laying
blame, only asking for a cor-
rection to Goat Day.
You're right and it 'is
killing me also that news has
become so one sided and
bias. Now able to pick and
chose, make large or small,
voice opinion or not. News is
to be reported and not take a
side on. When the MEDIA
takes sides it is a POLITICAL
RAG not a NEWSPAPER.
Newspaper is supported by
THE PEOPLE buying it not
society figures that show up
in it. Media is where the
masses get their news and
while only a 'few will ever be
covered. Not left nor right nor
and other bias.
With that said I am proud
of the members of the
Blountstown Rotary for giv-
ing 1 hour and spending
$400.00 of their own moneys.
I am elated for the volunteers
of the pioneer settlement; yet
again good copy has not seen
what the big picture brings.
Those things are not relative
to the issues at hand.
1st. When a resident
wants to visit Adkins Park
they should not have to pay.
At Goat Day you had to pay
to go to the park if attending
Goat Day or.NOT.
2nd. If the admin fees;
cost of production etc., out
weigh the- idea of the event
then it no longer has the pur-
pose it was' created under.
Goat Day was founded with
,what in mind? A 'local get
together with local talent
singing and neighbors' social-
izing, etc. was my ,thought.
Let's have fun.
The title alone explains it
to most. I could be wrong
yet it is the way I remember
it. Let us ask Buddy and oth-.
ers why it was started. NOT
ABOUT MONEY is my betl
Yes I am a betting man. I
3rd. The Statue of Liberty
states "Give me your tired,
your poor, your huddled
masses yearning to breathe


free, etc.
Calhoun Citizens say, We
are your tired, your poor,
your huddled masses that
while breathing should not
be expected to pay for what
we already own.
The benefit of the few does
not out weigh the responsi-
bility to all.
4th. This was my last sen-
tence and when read explains
I do honor and hold dear
Goat Day. "Please help find
resolve so future Goat Days,
A CALHOUN COUNTY YEAR-
LY ACTIVITY, can continue
with community PRIDE and
SPIRIT."
5th. Last yet surely not the
,least is the idea that !' fewv
people control what the
masses own is revolting.
This park to include the pio-
neer settlement was not
bought for the intended use
of any Civic Organization and
it surely is not owned or
maintained ,by any Civic
Organization. All the land,
buildings, equipment and
upkeep etc is from using
GRANTS. TAX PAYERS
TAXES, and CITIZENS
DONATIONS. Not from civic
organizations. The wants of
one is not to over shadow the
need of the multitude.
Thou I am but one I belong
to the multitude.
Sorter like the military
where the foot soldier fights
the battles and the general
takes the credit. I, will fight
the battle anrd we can have
the credit correcting a prob-
lem together.

Mike Willis
Elderly Warrior for the
CCCC
CALHOUN COUNTY CON-
CERNED CITIZENS is what
CCCC stands for and any
citizen is welcome to use it.
Pro or Con. Non-political by
it's design.

Letter to the Editor:
November is annually cele-
brated as National Hospice
Month. Hospice care is con-
sidered the gold standard for

See LETTERS, page 14


Beware of bogus prize


letter sweeping Florida
Tom Gallagher, Florida's bank, an attorney, or the
chief financial officer, is police.
warning Floridians to be on Make sure you fully
the lookout for a bogus letter understand any business
telling, them they've won a agreement that you enter
contest and urging them to into. If the terms are com-
send a check to collect the
prize. Florida is among sev- See BOGUS LETTER, page 5
eral states whose residents
have been targeted by this i s. .- :. '.:; ;;i.
scheme in recent weeks.
The letter is on forged. .' .. ,
MAG Mutual Insurance -,9_. .
Company stationery and '. .
implies the recipient has won ..
$250,000 in a contest. The -
letter includes a worthless .....
.check for about $2,900 to r.
cover "administrative pay-: -
ment and clearance fees" and
asks the recipient to deposit
the check and then write one
of their own for the costs of
receiving the non-existent
prize.
"We are working with com-
pany representatives and
other state's law enforcement
agencies to track down the
perpetrators of this scam," .'
said Gallagher, who. oversees -
the Department of Financial
Services' Division of -
Insurance Fraud, which was
initially alerted to the scam
in recent days. "We will not
tolerate anyone trying to steal Sjavin moneIy on yoLur
our citizens' hard-earned
money." vOu are using and whr
money." 1cr
The scam perpetrators tfor FREE personalize
seek to receive and cash the
recipient's check before they
or their ,bank realizes the e'l suggest \\.-I\> tor \
check sent with the letter is learn wh.tI appliances
worthless. So far, only one
Floridian has reported receiv- t
ing the letter. Anyone who work for you.
gets one- of the letters is
urged to call the depart- Call us today at 526-6
ment's Fraud Fighters' hot-
line at 1-800-378-0445. You'll be glad you did.
Gallagher said this is an
advance 'feel scheme that
occurs when the. victim pays
money to someone promising _
something of greater value -
such as a loan, contract, QUALITY* COMFO.T SAVINGS
investment, or gift and then
receives nothing in return.
Gallagher, who also over-
sees the Bureau of
Unclaimed. Property, said
th~de schemes may also'tout
foutid money or property and
ask the consumer to forward The City of Blountstown has received
a finder's f Ie; however, too Revitalization category, in the amount
ol'toe the 'Tinder" never has Community'Development Block Grant
the intention or the ability to used to benefit low and moderate inco
; help the victim. Florida's moderate income persons for which th
unclaimed property laws pro- ACTIVITY
hibit the solicitation or
acceptance of a fee in 'Sewer Improvements
advance for. notifying or
assisting someone with a
claim for unclaimed property. The project entails making improveme
moderate income level neighborhoods
Only registered locators can
lawfully solicit and receive a The City plans to not displace any per
fee, and then, can only do so
after a claim is approved and TheCity is considering using its own v
paid. opportunity to comment'on this issue.
Gallagher offered the fol- project and the public hearing is availa
lowing tips on how to avoid Monday through Friday between the h
such a scam: 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstc
If the offer of an "oppor-
tunity" appears too good to 1. The public hearing i
be true, it probably is. requiring an interpret
Know with whom you are at the Blountstown
dealing. If you have not heard five calendar days p
of a person or company with Telecommunication
whom you intend to do busi- Blounterson requirityng spe
ness, learn more about them. calendar days prior t
Depending on the amount of
money that you intend to
spend, you may want to visit FAIR H
the business location, check HANDI
with the Better Business
Bureau or consult with your


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CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
a grant from the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA), Neighborhood
of Six Hundred Fifty Thousand and no/100 dollars ($650,000.00) under the Small Cities
(CDBG) Program. For each activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must be
me persons. The activities, dollar amounts, and estimated percentage benefit to low and
he City of Blountstown is applying are:
EST.
AMOUNT % LMI
650,000 > 70%

nts to sewer transmission lines and installation of sewer transmission lines of low to

sons as a result of planned CDBG funded activities.
workers to do the sewer construction. A public hearing will be held to provide citizens an
This public hearing will be held at the City of Blountstown City Council Meeting Room,
Florida, on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at 5:30 p.m. Information concerning the sewer
able at the Blountstown City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida, on
ours of 7:00 4:00 C.T. You may contact Jimmy W. Hand at the Blountstown City Hall,
own, Florida, (850) 674-5488.
s being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped person
eter for the hearing impaired or the visually impaired should contact Jimmy W. Hand
City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida, (850) 674-5488, at least
rior to the meeting and a language interpreter will be provided. To access a
Device for Deaf persons (TDD), please call (850) 674-'5488. Any handicapped
;cial accommodation at this meeting should contact Jimmy W. Hand at the
all, 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida, (850) 674-5488, at least five
:o the meeting.

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the vast pride on the part of many people, The County Record has *
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Coach Ellis Nichols Retires
October 31st marked the close offthe 40 year teaching/
coaching career of Ellis Nichols. Family, friends, faculty and staff
gathered at Carr School for a retirement reception in his honor
and to express appreciation for his many years of dedication
to the children of this county. Numerous kind words were spo-
ken but the prevailing theme was, Coach Nichols has touched
so many lives in such a positive way that his influence will be
felt for years to come. The students honored Coach Nichols
with bound booklets of writings expressing what he has meant
to them and the faculty and staff presented him with a tool
box for his truck. Congratulations, Coach, and best wishes as
you begin this new and exciting phase of your life.


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Marion Black, Jr. is
pleased to announce the
forthcoming marriage of his
mother, Etress Black, to
Terrance Sims.
Estress is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Murky
Amerson of Philadelphia. Mr.
Terrance is the son of Ms.
Jean Ann Sims of
Blountstown and the late Mr.
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place on Saturday,
November 11, at 5:00 p.m. at
Greater Faith Temple, 21482
NE Mayhaw St.,
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Blountstown Lady Tigers...




'Make it to final four!!!


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Blountstown Lady
Tigers might have been play-
ing on Bulldog turf Thursday
night, but one thing was
clear: they owned the court.
Following four nail biting
rounds that ended with BHS
and Liberty County tied at
two wins a piece, the Tigers
did what they came to do. In
the fifth game of the match,
they claimed the regional
championship and secured a
spot in the final four at state.
The score was 16-25, 25-
20, 22-25, 25-19, 15-11.
After losing to LCHS twice
during the regular season,
the Lady Tigers returned to
face their foe with a new level
of confidence and maturity.
When the score was tight,
they kept their cool.
When the Bulldogs edged
ahead, they remained calm.
W11en they made a mis-
takr. they stayed collected.
In .the end, it was obvious.
The Lady Tigers wanted it
more and they seized their
opportunity to take it.
'They played with intensi-
ty," tyvs an ecstatic Coach
Tanya Durham who is in her
first season as head coach of
the Lady Tigers. "From the
very beginning, they were
wanting to reach that goal of
going to state and they knew
what they had to do in order
to do that, This is the first
time ever Blountstown has
been to the final four in vol-
leyball so we made history.
The girls believed they could


4- A., Lli-0 I' & S '
Tiger fans donned their 'Dawg Huntin' shirts to support the volleyball team Thursday. This group
of guys had their own special way of celebrating when the Lady Tigers' chalked up a point.


do it and they did it! They
were just so dedicated. They
wanted this and they were
willing to work for it, whatev-
er it took."
Coach Durham says the
fan support at the regional
championship was phenome-
nal. "We had a great turnout
from the community," she
remarks. "When the game
was close and they were all
cheering, that helped keep
the girls in the game."
The win was a total team
effort. "Almost all of the play-
ers had 100 percent serving
which means a lot," Coach
Durham points out. "Ashley
Whitfield had a tremendous


game. She had 10 blocks
which was a big deal."
Lauren Wood was 30 for
30 on serves and had one
ace, two digs, three blocks,
15 sets, and three kills.
Molly Fagen was 16 for 16
on serves. She chipped in an
ace, four digs, eight sets, and
six kills.
Laura Kastli was 11 for 11
on serves and contributed
one ace, 13 digs, one block,
and five kills.
Holly Jeppson was 14 for
17 on serves and provided
five digs, one ace, five blocks,
and four kills.
Dianna Glaze was 20 for
20 on serves and offered one


ace, seven digs, and eight
kills.
Chelsea Faircloth was 15
for 15 on serves. She also
had a pair of aces and 10
digs.
Ashley Whitfield had one
dig and 10 blocks.
The Lady Tigers will head
to Lakeland today,
Wednesday, for the state 2A
semifinals. They will go up
against the reigning 2A
champions, Evangelical
'Christian from Fort Myers, in
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Tigers 10-0 for


The County Record, NOVEMBER 8, 2006, Page 7






stral Iht year


Open playoffs at home Friday night against Baker


UNDEFEATED! 10-0!
PERFECT!
For the third consecutive
year the Blountstown Tigers
have completed an undefeat-
ed 10-0 regular season. With
their 34-7 victory over Wewa
Friday night at Bowles Field
the Tigers won their 33rd
consecutive regular season
game. Very impressive stats
in any sport, but now it's
playoff time. A four game
season for the state title.
Lose and your season is over.
Not since the end of
September when Blounstown
defeated Leon 26-17 have the
Tigers barely had to break a
sweat. Bozeman, Chipley,
Holmes County and Wewa
put up little resistance falling
36-0, 38-9, 36-6 and 34-7
respectively. With the clock
running nonstop in the sec-


ond half in some of the
games, coach Greg Jordan
has been able to rest his
starters in the second half
and let backups and younger
players gain some valuable
game experience.
"We've wanted to come out
and take care of the game in
the first half, so we could
play our backups and stay
healthy. We've got Baker (6-
4) this week and they'll be
ready to give us a tough
game. If we win, we'll play
the winner of Northview (9-0)
and Chipley," Jordan said
Monday.
The Tigers have a 6-3
record in the playoffs over the
past three seasons.
Blountstown lost to Freeport
in the first round of '03 and
reached the state champi-
onship game and lost to Fort


Meade 38-42 in '04. Last
year, the Tigers reached the
third round before being
trounce by Ocala Trinity
Catholic, 43-0.
The Tigers wasted little
time taking control of the
game against Wewa scoring
two touchdowns and adding
a safety in the first quarter to
take a 16-0 lead.
Quarterback Cory Cox dove
in from a yard out following
an 8 play, 75 yard drive
sparked by a 17 yard Ryan
Baker run and a 36 yard pass
completion from Cox to Garry
Reed.
Following a Jared Lilly
punt to the Wewa 2 yard line,
Nic Hauuversburk and
Jeremy Watson sacked
Wewa's quarterback in the
endzone for a safety.
After receiving the kickoff
following the safety, Timothy
Copeland had runs of 10 and
7 yards, and Baker ripped off
30. Baker scored from the
one and Jared King kicked
his second PAT for a 16-0
lead.
Garry Reed returned a
pass interception 60 yards to
set up the Tigers' next score.
Copeland scooted around the
right side for 20 yards on first
down for the touchdown. A
bad snap on the PAT was
picked up and ran into the


endzone by Cox.
Midway the second quar-
ter, Baker raced 34 yards for
his second TD and King's
kick was good.
Follwoing a Christian
Smith fumble recovery, the
Tigers stalled, but King con-
nected on a 30 yard field goal
to give the Tigers a 34-0 lead


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at halftime.
Wewa got their lone score
as the final seconds ticked off
the clock.
The Tigers rushed for 232
yards with Baker leading the
charge with 115 yards on 9
carries. Copeland added 50
yards on 9 carries followed by
Malcolm ivory with 40 yards


on 9 carries. Cox completed
3 of 9 passes for 50 yards and
Jared Lilly was 1 for 1 for 38
yards.
Eric O'Bryan, Jeremy
Watson, Ryan Baker, Garry
Reed, Davd Mayo, Nic
Hauversburk, Brandon
Williams, Malcolm Ivory and
Chase Cox led the defense.


IBY BLOUNTSTOWN TIG

HEAD COACH GREG JO

Coach Greg Jordan
The Tigers finished off anoth-
er 10-0 perfect regular season
with a 34-7 victory over Wewa,
this past Friday night at Bowles
field. The Tigers took control of
the game early with 16 first
quarter points, followed by 18
points in the 2nd quarter for a
34-0 halftime lead. We were
able to play alot of backups and
young players beginning in the
2nd quarter and throughout
most of the 2nd half. Wewa's
lone score came with :15 sec-
onds remaining in, the game,
with mainly our younger players
getting valuable playing time.
BHS had 232 rushing yards on
37 attempts for a 6.3 yards per
attempt average. BHS attempt-
ed only 10 passes, completing 4
for 88 yards. Total net yards was
320 for an averageof 6.8 yards
per, play. BHS defense held
Wewa to 100, yards rushing on
32 attempts and 27 passing
yards for 127 total yards.
We wanted to,be playing our
best football of the season in
November, and November is
here and that means it's "Play
Off Time" again. The Tigers will
face the Baker Gators in the 1st
round of the Playoffs this sea-
son. It will be a home game on


ER A

IRDAN

Friday, November 10, beginning
at 7:30. Many of you remember
in 2004 when Baker came here
in the 1st Round and got a 65-12
thrashing. Many of Baker's sen-
ior class this year were sopho-
mores that season., They
remember thatalso, and do not
'want the same results this time.
Baker will be fired up and ready
to play this time around.
Football in November is a higher
level of football. There will. be
more intensity, more hitting,
more of everything that makes
high school football special.
We've had 4 common oppo-
nents with Baker just as some-
thing to.compare, which means
absolutely nothing. Baker lost to
,North Fla. Christian, beat
Bozeman, Bonifay and Vernon.
We will have to play' our best
level of football beginning this
week to keep advancing in the
brackets. There are now 16
teams in the playoffs in the class
2B brackel. There are 3 playoff
games then the State
Championship Game. It's a four
game shootout for ,the State
Title. We'll find out how much
fight these Tigers have in the
coming weeks!! See ya at the
Game this week! GOTIGERS!!!


Tigers will host basketball


Tip-Off Classic on Nov. 14th

Basketball season is here The Blountstown Tigers will host
a Tip-off Classic Tuesday, Nov. 14, and Thursday, Nov. 16,
featuring BHS, Altha, Srneads, and Wewa.
The Tuesday night lineup will pit Altha against Sneads at 6
p.m., followed by BHS vs. Wewa at 7:30 p.m.
On Thursday, Altha will open against Wewa at 6 p.m., with
BHS' going up against Sneads at 7:30 p.m.
"We would like to'invite the public to the Tip-off and.the
start of a new season," says Tiger Coach Andrew Sumner.
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 8, 2006, Page 8


CARR ELEMENTARY Principal Hand announces



SCHOOL NEWS Altha School's honor roll


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COSTUME WINNERS: Carr School held its annual Fall Festival Thursday, tct,26th. As part of the
activities, students in grades PK-5 participated in a costume contest. '-Room winners are front
row, (left to right) Laine McDaniel, Taylor Pate, and Tommy Todd; middle row, Christina Younge,
Laine Nichols, Austin Mallory, Joseph Pate, and Corey Thrasher; back rqv, Trey Barfield, Mileena
Shirah, Kirsten Stalnaker, and J.P Leonard. Congratulations to all these girls and boys!


Fire Prevention Week
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Prevention Week. As part of the planned activities, classes,
grades K-8 visited the Carr/Clarksville Volunteer Fire
Department. They heard Firefighter Ellis Nichols and Fire Chief
Darryl O'Bryan discuss fire safety. The fire truck was brought to
school for the PK students to explore. Pictured is Shane Pitfs
enjoying the experience. We wish to thank all our-volunteer
firefighters for their hard work!




Deadine or Nws0&Ads


Principal Ronnie Hand is
pleased to announce the
honor roll at Altha Public
School.
'A' Honor Roll
First grade: Michelle
Aaron, Carlee Barfield,
Stetson Branch, Kornee
Bristow, Drew Carey, Coy
Cook, Kelsey Cox, Josie Hall,
Lauren Martin, Max Scott,
Cain Smith, Jasmine Taylor,
Haley Willis.
Second grade: Devan
Adkins, Seth Alday, Kathrine
Alderman, Cy Barton, Nolan
Bean, Abbie Edenfield,
Jaylon Hall, Ashley Lytle,
Collin Mears, Timothy
Mullaney, Madison Peacock,
Kiana Richards, Johnny
Sewell, Madison Smith,
Stephanie Wriston.
Third grade: Johnny
Aaron, Aubree Bay, Lyhanna
Schuler, Hayden White.
Fourth grade: Alex
Aultman, Jamie Coleman,
Jenny Moore.
Fifth grade: Seth
Alderman, Brooke Coleman,
Ethan Peacock, Porter Smith,
Brianna Yon.
Sixth grade: Madelynn
Lytle, Royce McPheters.
Seventh grade: Wesley
Chevillot, Kimberly Wiltse.
Eighth grade: Harlea
Perdue, Elizabeth Boeckman,
Angel Dehn, Raven Griffin.
Ninth grade: Kara
Bremer, Emily Brooks, Brett
Floyd, Rebekah Wiltse.
Tenth grade: Ethan Byler,
Cherie Hires, Brittany
Stephens.
Eleventh. grade:
Samantha Dehn, Keith
Kirkpatrick, Joshua
McIntosh, Meagan Wiltse.
Twelfth grade: Sean
Alday, Nikki DeBolt, Caitlyn
Hansford, Jason Holland,
Ashton Lee, Corey McAlpin,
Zach Scortt, Bradley Wells,
Ryan Wells..
'A/B' Honor Roll
First grade: Graham
Bruner, Megan Corbin,
Koleby Dean, Timothy
Griffin, Garrison Hutchison,
Kalista Jackson, Sierra Lynn,
Madison Marshall, Aaron


Mazzarese Rr'.Tce TO'Neal.,Bagett, Andrew Blount


David Pringle, Albert
Shurrum, Breanna Terry,
Britni Tharp.
Second grade: Jeb
Baggett, Brie Durrance,
Kolby Gilhousen, Hunter
Hillard, J.D. Hunter, Blake
Landrum, April Lynn,
Kenneth Markwalter, Destiny
Morgan, Kyle Potter, Logan
Shoun, Mary Shurrum,
Georgia Smith, Tristin
Williams.
Third grade: Austin Bay,
Cody FVinuff, Blaire Hall,
Machaela Horton, Skyler
Keel, Damon Maki, Enrico
McCalvin, Alyssa McCardle,
Jesse Mills, Justin Moore,
Sawyer O'Bryan, Samantha
Potter, Heather Pringle, Jayla
Register, Jasmine Varnum,
Elizabeth Watson, Jay Yon.
Fourth grade: Ashlyn
Barfield, Brooke Boggs,
Hunter Chason, Nicholas
Ellis, James Harris, Turner
McCroan, Claire Price,
Christopher Sale, Mary
Sewell, Logan Stone,
Breanna Walker, Hannah
Warner.
Fifth grade: Hunter


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Brenden Danchuk, Deana
Griswold, P.J. Iler, Michael
Mullaney, Austin Tharp,
Quade Vickery, Jessica
Wilks.
Sixth grade: Ariel Folsom,
Justin Goodman, Kaylee
McCalvin, Matthew
McCalvin, Zack Perkins,
Kelsey Rehberg, Christina
Watson, Trevor Wriston.
Seventh grade: Shayla
Chason, Marissa Coleman,
Autumn Cook, Alicia Griffin,
Mitchell Hall, Brooklyn Hunt,
Angela Waldron, Linsi
Wilkerson.
Eighth grade: Lindsey
Doyal, Ellen Powell, Sharlyn
Smith, Keagan Baggett,
Sierra Chason, Olivia
Edenfield, Ryan Edenfield,
Brittney Lytle, Thomas
Roberts, Hali Smith, Tracy
Clemmons, Elizabeth Gratz,
Ashley Lawton, Dawn
McCutcheon, David Oswalt,
Richard Stinson.
Ninth grade: Kevin Alday,
Kaylan Beauchamp,
Kourtney Grice, Kayla Hires,
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- On Thursday. November 9.
:at 6:30. the AlMtha Huah
School Chorus and Cats'
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-'Tickets are $5.00 and should
ec purchased before
-No-emnber 7.
By: Mary Cathryn Smith
Old Yearbooks Available
- Attention AHS Alumni, is
.vour -yearbook collection
completet? 'Yearbooks from
the tollo\\ing years are avail-
.-able for sale for $30.00 each:


1949, 1950, 1952, 1953,
1954, 1957, 1958, 1959,
1960, 1961, 1963, 1964,
1965, 1966, 1967, 1969,
1971, 1972, 1973, 1978,
1979, 1980, 1981, 1982,
1983, 1984, 1985, 1987,
1989,. 1991, 1995, 1996,
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
2005, and 2006.
Stop by or call the media
center at 762-3448 to claim
yours. Some years are very
limited.
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It's that time of year
again...basketball season is
getting in gear! The Altha
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teams are selling basketball
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games. With the passes you


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season.
By: Cherie Hires
Calendar
Nov. 13- Girls' basketball
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Nov. 14- Varsity boys'
basketball tip-off tourney at
Blountstown High School;
Beta and FCCLA District
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Nov. 15- 1st grade field
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oM7 BLOUNTSTOWN

X E ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS


BHS Tip-off

Classic on

Nov. 14, 16
Basketball season is here!
The Blountstown Tigers will
host a Tip-off Classic
Tuesday, Nov. 14, and
Thursday, Nov. 16, featuring
BHS, Altha, Sneads, and
Wewa.
The Tuesday night lineup
will pit Altha against Sneads
at 6 p.m., followed by BHS
vs. Wewa at 7:30 p.m.
On Thursday, Altha will
open against Wewa at 6 p.m.,
with BHS going up against
Sneads at 7:30 p.m.
"We would like to invite
the public to the Tip-off and
the start of a new season,"
says Tiger Coach Andrew
Sumner. "BHS is looking for-
ward to a new year in basket-
ball."
Altha honor roll-
Kami Jackson, Stephanie
Mayo, Jeremy Pate.
Tenth grade: Danielle
Adams, Ben Baumer, CiditlTi
Bruner, 'Jacob Edenfield,
Tony Golden, D.J. Griswold,
Dylan Hinson, Cassidy Hitt,
Corey Johnson, Katrina
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Brandie Powell, Ifeather
Reagan, Shayla Reagan,
Cody Sewell, .Jessica Smith,
Mary Catherine Smith,
Carrie Tucker, Kristin Yon.
Eleventh grade: Daniel
Alley, Taylor Shelton, Zach
Tatum, Meagan Waldroff,
Joshua Warner.
Twelfth grade: Jonathan
Capps, Aaron Doyal, Kara
Jackson, Jamie McCalvin,
Maura Shiver, April Worley.




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bottom row, from left)
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Zack Bryant, and (top row)
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]]ITUARlIES


NORMA JEAN (GALLEGO-
HAYSTON) BRAESE
Mrs. Norma Jean (Gallego-
Hayston) Braese, 78, of the
Mossy Pond Community,
passed away at Bay Medical
Center in Panama City on
November 1.
She was born in Natick,
MA, and resided in the Mossy
Pond Community for the last
30 years. She was the co-
founder of the Mossy Pond
Volunteer Fire Department.
Ms. Braese attended school
in Taunton, MA. She was a
certified beautician and
owner of the Cameo Beauty
Shoppe in Brockton, MA.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, George
Braese (2005); her parents,
Manuel (Sam) Gallego and
Ruby Roode; her former hus-
band, Arthur Hayston; and
her sister, Evelyn (Sis) Boyce.
She is survived by her
three daughters, Linda
Lockwood of Altha, Kathy
Hobbs of Argyle, FL, and
Nancy Jean Gillette of North
Dighton, MA; one son,
Edward Braese, and wife,
Olja of Sarajevo, Bosnia; her
two stepdaughters, Donna
Silva of Bridgewater, MA, and
Norma Jean Braese of
Brownsville, ME; her sister,
Carol Ann Hathaway, of
Bridgewater, MA; as well as
several grandchildren, great-
grandchildren, nieces,
nephews, and friends.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Braese were held at 10:00
a.m., Saturday, November 4,
at Hall Funeral Home in
Altha with John C. "Bud"
Bailey officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Chipola Cemetery
with Hall Funeral Home
directing.
Hall Funeral Home of
Altha was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 850-762-
3965.

ADA BELLE McNEILL
Mrs. Ada Belle McNeill, 58,
of Tallahassee, passed away
Monday, October 30, 2006,
at her home.
Mrs. McNeill was born in
Blountstown and had lived in
Tallahassee for the past ten
years. She was a retired bus
driver for the Leon County
Schools and was of the holi-
ness faith.
Survivors'- include a son,
Douglas K. Thomas, Jr., and
his wife, Stacy, of Springhill,,
Kansas; two stepsons, Chris
.McNeill and his wife,
Michelle. and Danny McNeill,
all of Tallahassee: one step-
daughter, Suzanne McNeill,
of Tallahassee; 'one sister,
Maybelline Douberly, of
Hosford; one brother; Kenny
Dawson, of Blountstown; six
grandchildren, Devane,
Derek. Taylor. Christopher.
Amber and Brandon: a loving
great niece and caretaker,
Marsha Furr; and .a host of
other nieces, nephews, and
cousins.
Funeral services were held
at 1:00 PM EST .Saturday.
November 4, from the grave-
side at the Hosford Cemetery
in Hosford with Reverend
Don:Hurst officiatinLm.
Adams Fuheral Home was
in charge of the arrange-.
ment-. ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.

J.B. MESSER
Mr. J.B. NMesser, 72, of
Altha, passed way Tuesday,
October 31, 2006, at his res-
idence.
Mr. Messer was a. lifelong
resident of Altha and was of
the Protestant faith. He was
a. member of the American
Forest Foundation. Mr.
Messer enjoyed driving his
tractor, gardening, and plant-
ing pine trees. His real love
was spending time with his
family.
Mr. Messer was preceded
in death by his mother,
Claudie Mae Messer; father,'
Elonzo Bryant; daughter,


Gail Messer; brother, Howell
Messer; and sister, Helen
Chason.
Survivors include his lov-
ing and devoted wife of 53
years, Erlene Messer of
Altha; sons, Dale Messer and
wife, Geraldine, of Altha and
Jay Messer and wife, Sherry,
of Grand Ridge; two daugh-
ters, Cindy Kirkpatrick of
Freeport and Melissa Sims of
the Chason Community; two
sisters, Edna Laramore of
Altha and Eunice Messer of
Altha; three' brothers-in-law,
Robert Mayo, Marion Mayo
and Roy Mayo; eleven grand-
children, Dale Messer, Jr.,
Celinda Anderson, Katrina
Messer, Dawn Herring,
Mekeysha Donnelly, Waylon
Lewis, Zachary Kirkpatrick,
Elaina Kirkpatrick, Keith
Kirkpatrick, Keagan Curran
and Kayla Curran; eight
great-grandchildren, Michael
Anderson, Ryan Anderson,
Bradley Anderson, Kaylee
Messer, Marti McCracken,
Bryce Donnelly, Emma
Herring and Ashley Hen-ing;
and a host of nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services for Mr.
Messer. were held at 10:00
a.m. Friday, November 3, at
Hall Funeral Home with Rev.
James Gilbert. and Riley
Adams officiating. Interment
followed in Page Pond
Cemetery with Hall Funeral
Home directing.
Hall Funeral Home of
Altha was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 850-762-
3965.


ANTIONE LEE WILLIAMS
Antione Lee Williams, 32,
died Saturday, November'4,
2006. He was born on May
2, 1973.
Homegoing services for Mr.
Williams will be held
Saturday, November 11, at
St. Paul African Methodist
Episcopal Church. .1020
River Street in Blountstown.
Burial will be held at St. John
Cemetery.
. Vann Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements,
850-482-3300.





We, the family of Betty
Jean Bailey would like to
take this time to thank each
and everyone for your payers,
food, flowers and acts of sin-
cere kindness during the ill-
ness and loss of our dearly
beloved mother and sister.
May God bless you all!

The Betty Jean Bailey
; = Family

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Old Fashioned Family
Fun Day at Abe Springs
Old Fashioned Family Fun Day at
Abe Springs Pentecostal Holiness
Church will be celebrated on
November 11th, frorf 10 a.m. until.
Everyone- is welcome to come
and enjoy gospel singing and other
events. Feel free to wear your over-
alls and bonnets. There will be
chicken plates for lunch. Also avail-


To All Our Friends:
I would like to take this opportuni-
ty to extend my most humble appre-
ciation for all the kind deeds shown
to me and my family during the loss
of my precious granddaughter,
Ashton Nicolette Merritt.
I have been and am still so over-
whelmed with all of the unconditional
love and support that has been given
from Calhoun, Gulf, and other
extending counties. It' is times like
these that make you glad you come
from a small community.
This has been the hardest loss
for me,i but it has been even harder
on my, daughter, Heather, because
Ashton was her only child. Although
we don't truly understand why such
things' happen, we do know that
Ashton is in a much better place than
we are and she is now a guardian
angel. i
We so often take this life and the
blessing of our children for granted
and never really realize that God has
only put us here for a season and
our children are only on loan to us,
so if I only have-to say what is in my
heart it would be a prayer for ya'll to
cherish your life and your children,
hug them all you can and then some,
for you never know when it will be
your last.
I appreciate each and every one
of you who in any way contributed to
our time of need. I. know all of the
prayers are what has held us togeth-
er and will continue to help us
through the difficult holidays ahead
for it will be twice as hard because
we also lost our mother earlier this
year.
I know I was blessed just for
being chosen to be Ashton's granny
and through yet another trial in my
life's journey I will gain strength to go
on until my time here too is done.


able will be homemade jelly, cakes,
other goodies and activities for the
kids.
The church is located on CR 275
South in Blountstown. For more
information call 762-2146.

Community Thanksgiving
service Nov. 19 in Altha
The Altha Community churches


Ashton will continue to be my sun-
shine because that is why God gave
her to me, she is the reason I know
Him today.
May God richly bless all of you in
a mighty way and thanks for making
us feel like we are part of a wonder-
ful extended family.
A special thanks to BES faculty
and staff, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Davis,
the congregation at Prayer Chainers
Mission of God Church, Kelli
Peacock, and Robert and Sharon
Turner.
Eternally grateful,
Dreama Peters and Family
Dear Friends,
On behalf of myself and my fam-
ily I would like to thank each and
every person that so graciously
blessed us during the loss of my pre-
cious daughter, Ashton Nicolette
Merritt.
I have suffered the greatest loss I
think anyone could suffer. During this
time many of you prepared food,
sent flowers or cards, visited, made
monetary donations, called and,
most of all, lifted my. family up in
prayer. There are no words great
enough to express our gratitude.
Ashton was my life 'and the day
she left was unlike anything I have
ever experienced, but your loving
support, kindness, and generosity
have helped in -more ways than any
of you will ever know. I thank God
for all of you every day that passes
for, without you, this tragedy would
have been unbearable for me and-
my family.
God surrounds us with angels
during our times of need and I feel
that is what you all have been to my
family. If there ever comes a time
that any of you need an angel,


Deadline Monday Noon
Email news@thecountyrecord.net


invite you to join them for their
Thanksgiving Service on Sunday,
November 19, beginning at 6:00
p.m. Due to construction on this
year's host church's sanctuary,
Sunny Hill Pentecostal Holiness
Church, the service will be held at
the Altha First Baptist Church.
This special service will be a time
for the body of Christ to give praise
and thanksgiving to Jesus for what
He has done this past year.
Individuals are asked to be prepared


please call on me and I will be there
as you have been for us.
My prayer for you all is that God
will bless you for your kind deeds. I
am writing this letter for the sake of
not missing anyone who I wanted to
thank for their blessings.
God has a plan for us all and we
never know when he will call us
home, so take time for your children
for they can be gone in a second for
they are not ours to keep...God has
just loaned them to us so make
every precious second count.
I would like to say a special thank
you to Richard and Leanna Hall of
Hall's Funeral Home, my family at
Gulf Correctional Institution and the
Florida Department of Corrections,
Brother Mike Stroud and the mem-
bers of the First Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka, Wewahitchka
EMS/Search and Rescue, Gulf
County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Highway Patrol, Corporal Boer and
Corporal Grimes, Bay Medical
Center, Wewahitchka schools and
the Graduating Class of 2010, Mike
Pabis, Paul and Jennifer Williams,
and Ryan Martin.
With love and
blessings to you all,
Heather E. Merritt and Family


to tell about the LORD'S goodness
through a personal testimony, a
song, a special Bible verse, a poem,
etc. Praise teams, trios and duets
are also encouraged to offer a sacri-
fice of praise to the LORD. If you
plan to share during this service,
please contact Pastor Chris
Goodman at 762-8220.
After the service a Thanksgiving
meal will be enjoyed in the Altha First
Baptist Church's fellowship hall.
Each family who attends is asked to
bring a vegetable or a dessert to go
along with the turkey.
The Altha First Baptist Church
buildings are located at 15660 NW
Chipola Street in Altha.

Holy Ghost Revival this
week at Abe Spgs. PHC
Bro. Michael Morris and the con-
gregation of Abe Springs
Pentecostal Holiness Church would
like to invite everyone to a Holy
Ghost Revival that began Sunday,
November 5th. The guest speaker is
Bro. Robert Tharp from Panama
City.
Services will begin at 10 a.m. and
5 p.m. Sunday and nightly at 7 p.m.
Come believing and receive your
miracle.
The church is located on Hwy.
275 S, 3.5 miles off SR 20 West. For
more information, call 762-2292.

Bible Fun Field Day
Sunday at First Baptist
All boys and girls are invited to a
Bible Fun Field Day' this Sunday,
November 12, from 11:00 a.m. to
12:00 p.m. in the Activities Building
of First Baptist Church of
Blountstown. Come for an hour of
games, Bible, pizza and a movie.
For more information, call the
church office at 674-,5923. There is
no cost for this activity.


Church" Directoa y
.. 1 For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


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"


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
with

ChBlountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We,
REJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
20500 Central Ave. West 850-674-8254
Blountstown, Florida 850-674-3144
STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR



WORSHIP SERVICE:
I SUNDAY
8:30AM & 10:15 AM

19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5747 email: info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: www.rivertownchurch.info


Meaningful Bible Study......................9:45 AM
Exciting Worship..........;................... 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship....... ............. 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study.........6:30 PM
Interim Pastor Dr. David Coggins
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


Sunday Services
Sunday School.,.9:45 AM
Morning Worship...11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM


Hwy. 20 West
13th Street
Blountstown, FL
850-674-4331


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


For information on listing

your church in this

directory, please contact

The County Record

at 674-5041.


St. John's Episcopal Church
The Episcopa church 4060 N. Hwy. 71

P.O: Box 595'
Wewahitchka, FL 32465

Sunday Worship 9:15 am
Visitors Desired


The Rev. Jerry R. Huft
(850)832-2030
Conveniently Located 1.5 Miles South of
Calhoun County Line


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Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown would like to'congratulate
Paige Tolley for being the October 2006 Employee of the
Month! Paige is an excellent nurse who is very dependable and
compassionate. Residents and their family members often
Compliment on what an outstanding job she does. Paige is an
asset to Parthenon. Congratulations and keep up the good work!!!
Pictured above L-R: Renee Halstead Administrator, Paige Tolley -
RN, Jane Velasco Unit Manager.


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

D Blountstown First

ShiAssembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 8, 2006, Page 11


News & Events from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

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


BY MARTI VICKERY
Operations Manager


WID"



Sound Off grand opening

Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce members, along
with staff, family and friends,
joined Matt and Dara Layfield
Friday at the grand opening
celebration for their new
Sound Off Audio store at
19277 Hwy, 20 West. The event
1 AW featured prize drawings and
Delicious food, Matt and,
S' -. "' Dara, along with their daugh-
ters, Katie and Ariana (pic-
=OI -'tured at left), invite you to
stop by for all your car audio,
home theatre, mobile video,
: navigation, archery, and
hunting needs, plus much
I IMP' more. They offer both sales
and installation.


Board Meeting
The Chamber Board will
meet for lunch Nov. 9 at
noon. Call 674-4519 for
details! We have much to dis-
cuss and decide upon. Board
members we hope to see
you there...

New York Trip
Going "home" to New York
State was terrific Cool and
colorful days full of things to
do. The opportunity to visit
friends and family priceless.
I was fortunate to connect
with the Directors and
Managers of the Chambers of
Commerce in Canandaigua,
Victor, and Farmington, the
Parks and Recreation
Association in Victor and
some of the people who are
lead volunteers for Ontario
Pathways throughout the
Finger Lakes. We are vastly
different, yet in many rTays
we are alike in our struggles
to, succeed, promote, our
towns and stay envirornmen-
tally healthy while doing so.
Managed growth seems to be.
a common bond in addition
to our passion for the out-
doors, quality education and
community events and activi-
ties for our families.


Future Plans
The Calhoun


County


Chamber is planning many
future events, promoting the
"gems" we already possess -
the Greenway Trail, the rivers
and parks... We need your
suggestions and ideas. We
may call on you for your time
and energy! Many inquiries
come across my desk regard-
ing new businesses and
industry for our area. As we
invest in what we already
have and improve our weak-
nesses, we will see a steady
increase in business and
"day trip" tourism. Families
come through every day -
what do they see and experi-
ence here? I am so thankful
to call this area my home and
I see great potential at every
turn. Let your experience and
ideas be heard....
Join the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce!
Come grow with us...
Memberships for busi-
nesses, individuals and non-
profit organizations are avail-
able.
Call Marti at 674-4519 for
details about our exciting
membership plans for 2007.

Christmas Parades
It's Christmas parade
time! "A Rock 'n' Roll
Christmas" is the theme for
the parades to be held
Saturday, December 2.
The Altha Parade begins at
1:00 P.M. CST. Call the Altha
Town Hall at 762-3280 to


enter.
The Blountstown Parade
begins at 6:00 P.M. If you
wish to have your float
judged, line up near Bowles
Field at 4:00 P.M. CST.
Judging starts at 4:30 P.M.
Ribbons will be presented at
5:00 PM. Non Judged entries,
line up at 5:00 P.M. Call 674-
4519 to register your float.

Local themed gifts
Don't wait! Christmas is
just around the corner. We
can help! Stop by the
Chamber office to see a terrif-
ic selection of unique gifts for
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Chipola will host Masonry


Minimum w will increase Summit & dinner Thursday
.Im mum w gm r ,ITAMARIANNA-Chipola Chipola's campus. from Alabama and Georgia


TALLAHASSEE The
Agency for Workforce
Innovation has announced
that Florida's minimum wage
will be $6.67 per hour effec-
tve January 1. 2007, for all
hours worked in Florida. This
represents an hourly
increase of 27 cents over the
current state minimum wage
of $6.40 per hour.
Floi-ida's minimum wage
was created in a constitution-
al amendment approved by
voters on November 2, 2004,
and covers all employees in
the state covered bv the fed-
eral'mirumum \wvaae.
The increase in the nuni-
mum wage this year repre-
sents a 4.2 percent change in
the federal consumer price
index for urban wage earners
and clerical workers in the


Location: Phoenix, Ariz.
: Banking/Turns: i1/9 degrees'
Distance I n T,;i,
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Qualifying Record I-. 1-, II 6iT,in i5 ,54 mph in 2004
Race Record T.:,.-, i-.' .~1 lie i-; T,.n in 1999
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South Region for the 12-
month period prior to
September 1, 2006. Florida's
new minimum wage will be
$1.52 more than the current
$5.15 federal minimum
fxiage.
-Employers must pay their
employees a wage not less
than the amount of the
hourly state minimum wage
for all hours worked in
Florida. The definitions of
"employer," "employee." and
"wage" for state purposes are
the same as those estab-
lished under the federal Fair
Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
For "tipped employees".
meeting eligibility require-
ments for the tip credit under
the FLSA. employers may
count tips actually received
as wages tider the FLSA,


I 2006 Busch Grand National
Driver : Points
1) Kevin Harvick 5323
2) Carl Edwards .4489
p i..i Bo.. ..4388
4 1, ,,,e Ha-i-i, 4342
1 J e*l.. 4177
6) Paul Menard 3853
7) Kyle Busch 3747
8) ,.- BOni' 3607
| Jori,,,-, i aui r 3530
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Which driver was the NASCAR
.:hampr in n 19; sra 195r fthvs
dn ter ,1.:, ,jr,ae dIrh a morncr'e
as a .',-g'OI lor 6 rac,-sl
,ai DA-i'V.'ri, Ljnd c) Jerry Cook
Vt., .Ti, F-.,,: d) Marvin Panch
Answer:, b) Tim. Flock won the
championship in 1952 and 1955.
SHe. also amassed 40 wins and 37
pole ppstions in 13 years.


but the .employer rtust pay
tipped employees"' a direct
wage in an amount equal to
'the minimum wage of $6.67
minus $3.02 (which, as
required by Florida's
Constitution. is the 2003 tip
credit existing .under the.
FLSA), or a direct hourly
wage of $3.65 on January 1,
2007.
Employees who are not
paid the minimum wage may
bring a civil action in a. court
of competent jurisdiction
against the employer or any
person violating Florida's
minimum \\age law.. The
state attorney general may
also bring an enforcement
action to ;enforce the mini-
mum wage. As stated in
See MINIMUM WAGE. pg. 14


Biography:
W, 2',0I iTT,. J.:.hnr..:.r rr- F l a "u-:'I ~,:
points standings and third in the Rookie.of.the Year,
standings: By 2002, Johnson joined the Nextel Cup.
series. He became the first rookie in Nextel Cup his-
tory to ever lead the point standings.(he eventually
finished fifth' overall), Johnson started slowly in
S2004, with 'some early 'disappointments in weeks
'two and three at Rockingham and Las Vegas.
However, he quickly rebounded with a week five win
at the Carolina Dodge Dealers 400 at Darlington
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the championship coming into the finale at
Homestead Miami Speedway, but finished 5th in
points after crashing in the midway point of the
e erai Tr, ,.lll, 6 ,,. wr.iian.,3 ,ir. J-mr, ...r .,,rn.
rirlg hi,, i.;il a1"3lula V41(1 Hrr- r.9; qual'.fiE i0 irie
C na-:e a13..nr, i ; ,:,.-r a d ,i ,.:unre -ini 1st place:.


International Speedway Corp., controlled by
NASCAR's France family, 'will become the sole
owner of Chr,3,: i-.. i,al Cd .,. s,, i r, JO:.i,e in In a
:.i:h lh 'I ; 'r.:ri,' Ah I '1 |T |I||.Ih,',I I'' l,,I1 buy
.re t7 pr.:e-i ,ni,,'.-l in the track held by the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, giving ISC 75 percent
ownership. ISC also said it will exercise an option to
buy the remaining 25 percent from a group of local
investors by early next year. The sale includes the
adjacent Route 66 Raceway, a drag strip that hosts
a National Hot Rod Association event in June:


Dickies 500 Results Race Review ,.
Driver Slan Fin.sh Make Sponsor PoinlsiBonus Tony Stewart won the Dickies 500 on Sunday at the Texas
T,:.r, Si-.vn A CrI .:, l Tr, H,.,T, [-ri l, 41"iil,) Motor 'eei .si E.i,*Ar1 ..T1." C .1u 1i ':' 1,:.;( 1 'i.,* r,;
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Kyle Busch 11 '4. Chevrolet CARQUEST 165/5 intotheleadfortheChaseby17points.AftertheraceJimmie
Clint Bowyer 14 5 Chevrolet Jack Daniel's 160/5 said, "We've had so much fun racing for this since we got
le ear,nr,'naji j, 10 6 Chevrolet Budweiser 155/5 down (in the points) early. We just want to keep having fun."
Ca: Se, MeP'r 25 7 Dodge Texaco/Havoline '146/0 Ke'..seitr. Dlie E.mnarr.]l J.' ,.:,e Ce,-,,'y H.nnT'h 3 r,, .*,',
.ul Bui.:r. 3 8 Dc O' e h..iler LI. 147/5 Harvick all finished among the top twelve. Two-time champi-
jelh ,c.d.:.n .23 9 Chevrolet DuP:r.i 138/0 on Terry Labonte ended his 29-year career with a 36th-place
:Denny Hamlin ..6 10 Chevrolet FedEx Kinko's 134/0 finish. There are only two races remaining in the Chase.




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College will host a Masonry
Summit and Dinner,
Thursday, Nov. 9,. to explore
the possibility of a Masonry
Apprentice Program.
Chipola is joining with the
Florida Masonry Apprentice
and Educational Foundation
for the 6 p.m. dinner in the
Continuing Education
Conference C enter on


According to Workforce
Development Dean Bud
Riviere, Chipola is respond-
ing to a specific need in the
construction industry per-
taining to the opportunity for
training and employment in
the masonry industry.
Masonry contractors and
subcontractors in the Florida
panhandle' as well as those


are invited to participate in
the meeting and to commit to
sponsoring employees in the
apprentice training program.
Members of the Florida
Concrete Products
Association, the Masonry
Association of Florida, repre-
sentatives of Florida's Great
See MASONRY, page 14


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Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Man arrested for burglary
after he places 911 call
A Calhoun County man was
arrested Monday after placing a
911 call from a home he is
accused of burglarizing.
Jerry Lee Chambers, Jr., 35,
is charged with burglary, crimi-
nal mischief, and theft in the
case.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Sgt.
Mark Mallory and Deputy John
Scheetz responded to a mobile
home on NW Bailey Cemetery
Road just before 8:30 a.m. after
receiving a 911 call from the
address. The person on the
phone advised he was Jerry
Chambers, he had come upon a
home with the door kicked in,
and, since he was lost, he
stepped inside to use the phone.
When Sgt. Mallory and Dep.
Scheetz arrived. Chambers was
nowhere to be found. Maj.
Roman Wood and Lt. Michael
Bryant soon arrived on the scene
and noticed the door on the
mobile home sustained an esti-
mated $300 in damages after
being forced open.
A K-9 unit from Calhoun
Correctional arrived with a track-


ing team and a search ensued.
Around 11:45 a.m., Chambers
was spotted coming out of a
wooded area about a quarter
mile from the residence. Dep.
Scheetz noted in his report
Chambers had been sweating "as
if he had been running."
Chambers advised he was
walking to Blountstown the pre-
vious night and got lost while
taking what he thought was a
short cut. He said he stumbled
upon the mobile home, noticed
the door was open, yelled inside
to see if anyone was there, then
used the phone to call 911,
advising the dispatcher he was
lost. He said he sat down by the
mailbox to wait for officers, but
continued walking when they
didn't arrive. He further stated
he was due in court to meet with
Judge Kevin Grover since he was
out of jail on a conditional
release.
Due to the fact authorities
had been combing the area
shortly after the 911 call was
placed, investigators did not
believe Chambers' account of
what occurred and took him into
custody. The homeowner advised
a television was missing from his
living room, resulting in the theft
charge.


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Legal Notice
INVITATION TO BID
Bids will be received by the Calhoun County
School Board, 20859 Central Avenue E., Rm
G-20, Blountstown, Florida, 32424 until
2:00 p.m. Central Time, November 13th.
2006. Bids will be publicly opened and read
aloud on November 14, 2006, at. 5:00 p.m.
at their regularly scheduled meeting:
CARR SCHOOL WALKWAYS
All work shall be done according to plans
and specifications prepared by Paul A.
Donofro and Associates, Architects, 2910
Caledonia Street. Marianna, Florida 32446.
Plans are on file and open to inspection in
the office of the Architect, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna, Florida.
Drawings and specifications may be
obtained from the office of the Architect at
Post Office Box 861, 2910 Caledonia Street,
Marianna, Florida 32446. Contractors may
obtain one (1) set of documents upon
$40.00 deposit, which will be refunded only
to those submitting a bona fide bid and
returning said documents prepaid, in good
.condition, within ten (10) days after receipt
of bids. Contractors requiring more than
one set may purchase a full set of docu-
ments for $30.00 per set, NON-REFUND-
ABLE. .
Bidding documents will be sent UPS, collect,
unless otherwise specified.
Each bid must be. accompanied by a bid
a:,.r.,-a .:',rF:ule. ~:c ,: i n.lkr .:n,.k, m ade
pa].. le tc ,t r Lr.aC Ouir.u C u -:l:, School
B .-rl Bi....rr.-. *.r ri-.:.,r1. ir hi sum of
5 .:.A I. .. b .-I a : a Iuf J,.F Li.-J F ij F I-
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petition for a period :i lurr, I' 11' days after
the opening of bidse. i r. i a] I- the event
the contract is awarded to the bidder, he will
within ten (10) consecutive days after it is
.submitted, enter into written contract with'
the Calhoun County School Board in accor-
n,. i':Fr. F"r .rn-. :c, >-pr-. tio Uponawardof.
c.:.nuf :r a, Fr., ,rr, r.:e -Ir,. Material and
Pa..TI-,It Bc ..ro l .111 I -. r-' : ulr J I c "ji:-
(i.u .i.Il.a:er Tr. e .c. : l 0. trl, c:tr. A il t'
inrClu..1 3 a: ,. I ..1F I-I r .l.. i-Ir t .I propos-,
al. Certified checks offered as bid guaran-
tees must have Florida Documentary

The Owner reserves the right to waive infor-
malities ,in any.bid, and to reject any or, all
bids, or to accept any bidand.any combina-
tion of alternates or separate bid prices that,
in their Judgment, will be to the best inter-
est of Calhoun County School Board.
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
BY: /s/Ms. Mary'Sue Neves,
iL,,, nrFr'r n.J ,-,'
Calhoun Counr, .r: r:-:.l E -.,ax-l
Blountstown, Florida


Legal Notice
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN WILL ACCEPT
BIDS ON THE FOLLOWING ITEM. All
Vendors are required to meet the specifica-
tions as closely as possible with their
respective products.
ITEM# 1 UNIFORMS
Specifications may be obtained by contact-
ing City Hall,- 20591 Central Ave. West,
Blountstown, Florida. All bids must be in
'the office of the City Manager no later than


Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at 4:00 P.M.
C.S.T. All bids must be sealed and plainly
marked in the lower left corner of the enve-
lope with Item #1 (Uniforms). Bids will be
opened at 6:00 P.M. C.S.T., Tuesday, at the
City Council Meeting Room, 17262 NW
Angle Street, during the regular Council
'Session for their action.
The City Council, City of Blountstown,
reserves the right to accept or reject any or
all bids it deems in the best interest of the
City.
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
Attest: Jimmy Hand, City
Manager/Engineer


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ESTABLISH A
BRANCH BANK
As required by Section 303.7 .of the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporations
Rules and Regulations, the Wakulla Bank
has applied for consent to establish a
branch office at 20734 West Central Avenue
East, Blountstown, Florida, which is located
in Calhoun County.
Any person wishing to comment on this
application may file his or her comments, in
writing, with the regional director of the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at
the appropriate FDIC office located at 10
Tenth Street, N.E., Suite 800, Atlanta,
Georgia 30309, not later than November 24,
2006. The nonconfidential portions of the
application' are on file at the appropriate
FDIC office and are available for public'
inspection during regular business hours.
Photocopies of .the nonconedential portion
of the application.'fllewillbe mado available
upon request.
November 8, 2006

Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On November 24, 2006 at' 10:00 a.m.
(CST), R & R Warehouses will dispose of the
cr.:r.lr.. i I1_ 1 r.:.. ce- unrt t' :.|TI E.r 1.:,1 arni. 1i '
c-:..r- e ,jlrl r i T Ir t BI.'.,.prr.F..Tr r F:' F
'.irFh... ~F ir. li.:.uniis... i' 7 C00 SR 20
*it I:- .1-.1.1 --
The units are believed to contain house-
hold and/or personal property of the follow-
ing tenants:
J ..i *- .1 F _rr ,
Bryan Cumbie
All units not paid in full by this date will
be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUC-
TIONI
November 8, 15, 2006


Legal Notice
PUBLIC AUCTION
Mallory Towing and Recovery will hold a
public auction on November 9, 2006 at 2:00
p.m. (CT) on a:
1986 Toyota. P/U. White in Color
Vin# JT4RN70D5G0023529
Auction will be held at Mallory Towing and
Recovery, Inc. at 18329 North Main Street,
Hwy. 71 North In 9i,:,ur.. .:.,T., 850-674-
2869.
Mallory Towing and Recovery reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. .
SNovember 8,; 2006


CALHOUN COUNTY
Oct. 28: Preston Eason, grand theft auto; Brant Couch, DUI; possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia; Curtis Madry, assault
Oct. 29: Branden Harden, failure to appear/Bay Co. warrant. Christopher L.
WVII.': r. c',:-.,,Jx. :.rf le,. than 20 ,r in- .,:.r marijuana; Anna CDrterij.o pos-
er': Cri o:. r I r.- rr.. 20 grams :.t rn.3riju..u'.,a and drug caroprirnoiio' .Tia
Graves, trespassing '
SOct. 31: Lill, Fr.ii.3.e.rF:.,i failure tfri 3r-.p c, .i..:r,.e-1i e rne? possession of
less r rar. 20' -.irr .:.r l3rii.3r.. .J, p3 3.. ri-rr.F 31i3 pr, r..-;i. li.:.r. drug
(r,,.,i, -..3r .: .-.rrei .'.h.-.i pr :, :rFip ,i.',r .3 j ,' T trar rr,.prF .,iTirir L. CL L'I; DUI;
Andrev. C: Buj pr":+':- :i.r. -:. i- triar. 20 gai-iTC.irr.FOar.or. .-ar,,i ,j upara-
o.n-rrierolio ,3 r'ere:,, ,c,+-. .t .,P P',-3rl.:- LO,rie'3- ,-,F *,.--r ',', ,-:,Jch.VOCR;
Brian.r.1re i- r,:D!-:.:.e: -io, F "::reT,-jlie iii r,,.:.:.t- i or,.- pr,:, ire r.ii.:.r drug with-
out a pIrei: r.li.:.ri r loiriorlel I-Hll hil .3r..:.'i or .:-.rrnmunr, .:.:ir.rol; Shawn
Williams, DUI
Nov. 1: David Daori-, i:,,.:...Ir. trespassing, resisting arrest without violence;
Timothy Brazell, grand theft; Martin Brazell, principle to grand theft; Bradley
Trickey, state VOP; James Seaman, failure to appear
Nov. 2: JIm- r Hi.an-, ,.3:.',erl, intoxication; Charles Folsom, warrant; Lilly
Mlddlebroo .;i rIr ,-. ,,: o, -r. prO. err,
Nov. 3: juliii turr, :.,-; .i: .:r .:.:.icne, carrying concealed weapon, pos-
e:,: l,-.r .:.r ire.arrm .:r, I.- E ri.: .r. eris Barbee, possession of meth, man-
uracture ,:.t i-,ir, p .:. :;; i..:,r :.r i,.-3 chemicals and drug paraphernalia;
Je,-r, Cr,.]rriern Frep .;;. aro," ...trroirn. Andre Johnson, aggravated stalking
LIBERTY COUNTY
Oct. 28: Sean Patrick Faivin, hold for Martin Co.; Anita Lynn Albert, holding for
investigation; Evelyn Legg Klages, holding for investigation; Alvin iEugene
Everett, trespassing in occupied structure, disorderly intoxication
Oct. 29: Marceta Elaine Baker, holding for CCSO; Anita Lynn Albert, escape,
grand theft auto, aggravated fleelng and eluding
Oct. 30: 'A'.lfer 'iien i-nHoar, .:.-e::iorn of firearm by convicted felon; Edgar
Williams, Jr., .CP
Oct. 31: Marcus Middleton, DWLSR
Nov. 1: Brian R. Stewart, VOP
Nov. 3: Kathy Fortner, holding for CCSO; Jerls Barbee, hold for CCSO; Brittney
Shiver, Introduction of contraband Into countyfacility
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.
r___ __ _*______________


Suspect jailed after caught
prowling outside business
A Clarksville man was arrest-
ed last Wednesday after being
caught outside a convenience
store in suspicious gear.
David Lyle Danley, 20, was
charged with prowling, trespass-
ing, and resisting arrest without
violence.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Chris Porter was doing a busi-
ness check at Clarksville General
Store at 1 a.m. when he heard a
someone running at the west end
of the business. After discovering
fresh tracks, he deployed K-9
Asco and tracked Danley hiding
behind a trash can. He had a
hood over his head and was
wearing dark pants, along with a
dark hooded jacket. Danley said
he was waiting for the store to
open so he could get a drink and
stated if he wanted to break into
the store, he would have already
done it since.he knew where the
keys were hidden.
The store owner advised noth-
ing appeared to be missing.
Danley was taken into custody
and given a conditional release.


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


AUCTION
AUCTION
Farm Equipment
Saturday, November 11, 9:00 a.m.
Sale Site: 1 mile, East of
Greenwood, FL
on Highway 69 Fort Rd.
Consign Equipment Contact
John Stanley
(850) 594-5200
Greenwood, FL 32443
John Stanley AU044/AB491

BOAT & MOTOR.
1999 G3 16' aluminum boat with 25
HP Johnson motor, new trolling
motor, new seats, $4.250. Call 674-
3946.

CARS & TRUCKS
1981 Chevy Suburban 4x4, great
hunting truck, $1,000 OBO. Call
674-3571.

ATTENTION
RENTERS
The Northwest Florida
Regional Housing Authority
is accepting applications for
1, 2, and 3 bedroom
apartments in Blountstown,
Florida. Rent is based on
income. For more
information, please call:
1-850-263-5302 or 5307
SEqual Housing Opportunity
November 8, 15. 2006


1992 Mazda, needs motor, asking
$200. Call 762-3772.

1989 Ford Van, best offer. Call
674-3264.

2002 Dodge half ton, V-8, pickup
truck, 51,000 miles, good condition,
$9900. Call 674-1433.

FOR RENT
RV Trailer for rent. $85.00 to
$110.00 weekly. All utilities included.
Also RV's for sale. Call 674-7616.

Mobile Home Lots For Rent. Quite,
country living. $100.00 per month,
1st and last month rent. 1 family per
home, No Pets (inside only).
Applications subject to credit and
background check. Only 3 left. Call
762-9329.



FORRENT

1,2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance

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


POSITION AVAILABLE

The City of Blountstown is seeking applicants to fill one (1) full-time
Clerk/Administrative Assistant position. Applications may be obtained
from City Hall, at 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida
32424.

Applicants must possess a 2 year degree in business or accounting or
comparable experience. Knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel, and
Microsoft Outlook. Applicants must be able to accurately.

Job Duties will be explained at time of interview.

Applications will be accepted from October 25, 2006 to Nov. 3, 2006.

The City of Blountstown is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is a
Drug Free Workplace.
Nov. 1, 8, 2006


ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting applications for Educator
Preparation Institute Special/Elementary Education Coordinator. This
is a part-time, grant-funded position. Continued employment beyond June 30,
2007 is contingent upon grant funding.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's degree in Elementary Education or Special Education and 3 years
teaching' experience K-12 required; some computer skills and excellent
communications preferred.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Development of course curriculum in elementary education and exceptional
student education, orientation and follow up with students enrolled in the EPI,
coordination with teacher certification offices and teaching of courses in
elementary education and ESE, and other duties as assigned. Work hours are
flexible within program guidelines.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled

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 to Chipola College, Human Resources, 3094 Indian Circle,
Marianna, FL 32446.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER
Nov. 8, 15, 2006


CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL

VACANCIES
NURSING DEPARTMENT
MEDICAL TELEMETRY UNIT
RN 7 ON OFF (4 POSITIONS) 1 DAY SHIFT, 2
EVENING SHIFTS, 1 NIGHT SHIFT
LPN ON 7 OFF (3 POSITIONS) 1 EVENING SHIFT, 2
NIGHT SHIFTS
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
LPN 7 ON 7 OFF (1 POSITION) EVENING SHIFT
RN QUALIFICATIONS: CURRENT CPR, CURRENT
LICENSURE WITH STATE OF FLORIDA
LPN QUALIFICATIONS: CURRENT CPR, CURRENT
LICENSURE WITH STATE OF FLORIDA

EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2007, CALHOUN
LIBERTY HOSPITAL WILL BE OFFERING THE
FOLLOWING BENEFITS:
-BLUECROSS BLUESHIELD HEALTH INSURANCE
*GUARDIAN DENTAL, VISION AND LIFE
INSURANCE
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL BENEFITS

SUBMIT APPLICATION TO:
CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL
ATTN: LYNN PITTS, HR
20370 NE BURNS AVENUE
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424

Equal Opportunity Employment/Drug Free Workplace
.NI Nov. 8, 15, 2006


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.

FOR SALE
(2) four wheelers, $600 for each,
just like new, one is a 50 and the
other is a 70, less than one year old.
Call 674-3571, leave message.

Love seat for $20. Call 674-3264.

48" Xmark mower with ride behind
attachment, very good condition,
$2500. Call 674-1433.

2005 10 ft. Countryside dolly, used
to pull vehicle behind motor home,
etc. Used only once, $450. Call
674-1433.

(2) high powered hunting rifles with
scopes and slings. 12' 2500 light
pre-lit Christmas tree, used once.
$300. Call 674-7794 or 545-2622.

$150 NEW QUEEN PILLOWTOP
MATTRESS SET, in plastic, warran-
ty. 850-222-7783.

2 PC- LEATHER sofa & loveseat.
Brand new, hardwood frames, life-
time warranty $795, can deliver.



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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

POSITION
AVAILABLE
1 Full Time Cook
1 Full Time Tray Aide

Come by for Application
or Fax Resume

Blountstown Health &
Rehabilitation Center
16690 SW Chipola Rd
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4311
Fax 850-674-3798


850-425-8374.

5 piece bedroom set, new in boxes,
must se,, $475. 850-222-2113.

Bedroom Set: New King bed, TV
Armoire, chest + nightstand. Retail
$3K, sacrifice $900. 850-545-7112.

Cherry sleigh bed, $250, solid
wood, still boxed 850-222-9879.

DINING ROOM Brand New Table,
6 Chairs, China Cabinet $900, Can
Deliver. Call 850-222-7783.

New Micro Fiber Sofa + Loveseat,
$475, still wrapped, stain resist.
850-425-8374.

NEW KING PLUSH TOP mattress
set. Still in plastic with warranty, can
deliver $250. 850-222-2113.

2003 Conquest travel trailer, 32 ft.
with extension. New cost, $23,000,
asking $14,000. Call 209-4764.

Ocean Wonders cradle swing,
windup swing, baby walker, baby
exercise, car seat carrier with base.
Call 674-2350.

$499 Oreck XL high speed upright
vacuum. $125 firm. Call 643-4406.

Yamaha PSR 19 keyboard. Plays
many instruments, percussion, and
songs, $100; red 5-piece drum set
with cymbals and pedals, slightly
used, excellent condition, $150; 32-
inch Sony TV in oak cabinet, $25.
Call 674-5079 after 4:00 p.m. Leave
a message if no answer. Calls will
be returned.

Homemade cedar gun cabinet,
approx. 5 ft. high, holds 10 guns,
$800 OBO.. Call 674-2775.

King size water bed. Best offer.
Call 674-3264.


Pioneer 6500 CD player with
remote, excellent condition, asking
$75. Call 643-6741.

FREE
Free OA 1970 12 x 40 mobile
home. Ideal for camp. Must be
moved. Call 674-3502, leave mes-
sage:

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,

HELP WANTED
Want someone to work on a porch.
Call 674-3264.

HOME FOR SALE
For sale by owner. 5 bdr., 3 bath
home on 2.88 acres. Handyman
Special. $144,900. Call 674-4038
or 643-8732.

LIVESTOCK
18 yr. old gelding, good with chil-
dren, very gentle, $900 OBO. Call
674-4038 or 643-8732:

FREE
10 x 40 trailer, great for a fish camp
or other uses, $4,000 OBO. Must
go! Call 850-574-1884.

PETS FOR SALE
Full blooded Pekinese puppies,
ready to go. 2 females. $200 each.
Call 643-1014.

REAL ESTATE
Beautiful (1) acre lots for sale,
quick approvals in Mossy Pond.
Financing available. No Realtor fee.
Call Toll Free 1-888-515-1388, Ext.
8600.

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ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
$9.50 to $11.00/hr
starting rate depends on experience

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Join our team and learn how to put your talent to work for you. Please email
resume or letter of interest to: robert.smith@dowelectronics.com. You may also
fax your resume/letter of interest to 850-562-3247 or call 850-562-3244 for
more information. DRS is a drug/smoke free EOE.


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RECEPTION
SERVICES, INC.


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Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Call Chris Nissley

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M&W Self Storage
RENTALS

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

House Cleaning Services, refer-
ences available if needed. Call 674-
9031.

YARD SALES

Multi-family yard sale Saturday, 8:00
a.. at 20163 Central Ave. W. next to
Piggly Wiggly. Men, women and
children's clothes, linens, towels,
houseware and kitchen items, toys.

Garage sale Saturday, November
11, 7:00 until at the corner of Folsom
and Main St. Christmas tree and
decorations, radio, CD player, men's,
ladies and children clothing, craft
materials, fabric, books, many 250
items.

Yard Sale at the Blountstown
Church of the Nazarene, 17826 NE
Crozier Street, Blountstown, 7:00
a.m.. Household items, some very
old, furniture, books, clothes, shoes,
purses, misc. items.

Garage sale Saturday 7:00 until at
16693 SE Pear St., behind First
Baptist Church.

Used Christian book sale/yard
sale, 19320 SR 20 W., Blountstown,
Saturday, 7:00 11. 643-7407.

Indoor rummage sale Thursday &
Friday, at 17409 Church St.,
Blountstown. Misc. items. Call 762-
3651.

Large yard sale Saturday in front of
Williams Memorial Methodist
Church, Scotts Ferry, 12 miles South
of Blountstown on Hwy. 71. All pro-
ceeds go toward purchasing a sec-
ond van to transport children and
adults. Prices negotiable on house-
hold goods, tools, fishing gear, furni-
ture, dishes and glassware, etc.
There will also be cold sodas and
baked items. Call Etta at 674-2485
or Barbara at 674-8755.

Yard sale Saturday at 18249 NE
Frank Williams Lane, Blountstown.


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JOB

OPENING
The Calhoun County
Sheriff's Department has
an immediate opening
for a Full-Time
Corrections Officer.
Must be a certified
corrections officer and
able to work all shifts,
holidays and weekends.
Call or go by the
Calhoun County Sheriff's
Office for details at
674-5049
Nov. 8, 15, 2006


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Boaters will be happy to see some recent improvements to the Blountstown boat landing at the end of
River Street. The landing was closed last week as Eastern Dive Services constructed a 35' x 100' concrete
slab at the end of the landing. "Boat trailers have been getting hung up so they fixed it so you could
launch without getting axles on your boat trailer hung up," says County Grants Coordinator Sonny
O'Bryan. Funds for the project were provided through the Florida Boating Improvement Trust Fund.


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United Way website


offers variety of help


Who do you call when you
suspect a child is being
abused? Who do you turn to
when your electricity has
been turned off because you
are unable to pay the bill?
The answers to these ques-
tions and many more are
now available online by visit-
ing the United Way of
Northwest Florida Web site at
www.unitedwaynwfl. org.
Examples of needs that
may be searched:
Domestic abuse
Medical referrals
Drug abuse treatment
Financial assistance


In addition to the online
database, people may still
call First Call for Help and
speak confidentially to
trained staff and volunteers
to receive referral informa-
tion.
The office is open Monday
through Thursday from 8:00
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday
from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m..
First Call for Help may be
reached by calling 215-6611
from Bay County or toll-free
at (800) 696-8740 from
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson or Washington
Counties.


Masonry


Great Northwest, the Chipola
Regional Workforce Board
and the Florida Department
of Education will be in atten-
dance
Chipola College has com-
mitted space and resources
to help jump start the pro-
gram. Riviere says, "This
apprenticeship training pro-
gram will afford the student
apprentice an outstanding
opportunity to obtain gainful
employment in an area of
great unmet need in this
region. Chipola is pleased to
collaborate in this effort."
Al Herndon, Regional


Apprenticeship Representa-
tive with FMAEF, says "We
are pleased that Chipola has
offered assistance in our
region to help meet the
demand for masonry appren-
tices. The masonry field is
both challenging and reward-
ing in this part of Florida.
There are excellent career
opportunities awaiting our
apprentices."
To .register for the meet-
ing, call the Workforce
Development Office at
Chipola College, at 850-718-
2270.


Letters cont'd-


end-of-life care in this coun-
try. For those who may not
be familiar, hospice uses an
interdisciplinary team of
health care professionals and
trained volunteers to provide
pain-management, symptom.
control, psycho-social sup-
port, and spiritual care to
terminally ill patients and
their families.
The National Hospice and
Palliative Care Organization
(NHPCO) reports that 1.2 mil-
lion patients were served in
this country by hospice in
2005. Here locally, Covenant
Hospice served over 5,000
patients in 2005, and we cur-
rently serve over 1,100
patients a day. Yet, so much
remains to be. done. Many
Americans are unaware that
support for the dying and
their loved ones is available,
unaware that pain and symp-
tom control, emotional and
spiritual support, bereave-
ment care, and dignity are all
possible at the end of life.
Too. many people still are
unaware that hospice care is


available at little or no out-of-
pocket cost under Medicare,
Medicaid, most private insur-
ance plans, HMOs and other
managed health organiza-
tions. Even more important-
ly, unaware that anyone can
make a hospice referral. Far
too many people wait until
they are facing a health crisis
in their family to learn about
care options. As you can
image, it becomes very diffi-
cult to make informed deci-
sions at times like these. The
best time to learn about end-
of-life care options is before it
becomes a serious issue.
I hope that you will take
this month as an opportunity
to find out more about end-
of-life care options and I
would also remind you about
the importance of communi-
cating your wishes to family
and loved ones early and
often.
Dale 0. Knee
President & CEO
Covenant Hospice
(850) 433-2155


Minimum wage


Florida's Constitution, the
case law, administrative
interpretations, and other
guiding standards under the
FLSA should be the guide
regarding the construction of
Florida's constitutional
amendment creating the
minimum wage. FLSA infor-
mation and compliance
assistance can be found at
http://www.dol.gov/dol/com
pliance/comp-flsa.htm.
Beginning in 2007, section
448.109, Florida Statutes,
requires that employers who
must pay their employees the
Florida minimum wage to:
post a minimum wage notice
in a conspicuous and acces-
sible place in each establish-
ment where such employees
are employed. This poster
requirement is in addition to
the federal requirement to
post a notice of the federal


.minimum wage. Florida's
minimum .wage poster is
available for downloading in
English and Spanish from
the Agency for Workforce
Innovation's webpage at:
http: //www.floridaj obs. or
g/resources/fl_min wage.ht
ml.
The federal poster can be
downloaded from the U.S.
Department of
Labor website at:
http://www.dol.gov/esa/r
egs/compliance/posters/flsa
.htm.
An equal opportunity
employer/program. Auxiliary
aids and services are avail-'
able upon request to individ-
uals with disabilities. All
voice telephone numbers on
this website may be reached
by. persons using TIY/TDD
equipment via the Florida
Relay Service at 711.


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