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Search is

on for our

'Baby New

Year 200T
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The search is on for
Calhoun County's Baby
New Year 2007!
If you or someone you
know has a baby on New
Year's Day or the week
following, please let The
County Record know so
we can feature the baby
in our next edition.
Remember, even if the
baby was not born on
January 1. it may still be
the first baby of the new
year. In previous years, it
has sometimes been a
week before we have a
new baby.
The baby must reside
in Calhoun County. When
reporting your news.
please include the par-
ents' names. phone num-
ber and where they
reside. If a photo of the
parents and baby are
available, please advise or
we can take one. Details
can be phoned in to 674-
5041. emailed to newsA@
thecountyrecord.net or
faxed to 674-5008.

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Over 125 local youngsters will start the
Sne\ ,, ea-r ff \'. ith some ocdies in their to.,.
H boxes thanks to the generosity of many. The
Calhoun County Sheriff's Office hosted
. their annual Christmas for the Children cel-
^ ebration lost Tuesday night at the Youth
Leadership Camp at Sam Atkins Park. The
cabins were transformed into a magical
' holiday village for the festivities. Little ones,
2 who might otherwise go without this sea-
son, received gifts from Santa Claus. They
also enjoyed making crafts watching pup-
pet shows, and eating special treats at the
cabins that were sponsored by various
churches and civic groups. Above, these
children were thrilled with their presents. At
right, Hannah Gingench of the RiverTown
e Community Church bond, performed
Christmas songs as families explored the vil-
lage. Thanks to the Sheriff's Office for their
dedication to the families of Calhoun
County. Turn to page 2 for more highlights.
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PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT



Sky request will gto state


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor


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Calhoun County
Commissioners consid- W
ered a proposal from
developers interested in
building over 300 homes
in Clarksiille at' their
meeting Tuesday night.
Commissioners also
act as the local Planning
Commission and the
matter \\as discussed in:
that segment of their
meeting. Representatives
from the. White-Starr
Development Group were
on hand to'request a land .l
use change for a 571 -'
acres site .where they
hope to build the Sky ,
community. The property ^'-
is located off Hwy. 287 /
and Shelton Road, Boggs /
Grade Road, and Porter Grade Road. Their proposal is to
change 234 acres from agriculture to mixed rural residen-
tial use, 105 acres from agriculture to conservation, and
maintain 232 acres as agriculture. The proposal includes
322 new home sites and 479,160 square feet of commer-
cial construction. The English style village would have an
equestrian area in the community, alongwith public gar-
dens and a farmer's market. ,
Following the presentation, Commissioner Dan Wyrick
made a motion to have the Florida Department of
Community Affairs review the proposal before the county

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makes a decision. The motion was seconded by
Commissioner Jeral Hall and carried unanimously.
Developers Bruce White and Julie Sanford, the archi-
tects behind Rosemary Beach in South Walton County,
have partnered to create the Sky development. They were
both in attendance at the meeting and appeared pleased
with the Commission's decision. A large audience with
mixed opinions was also present for the public hearing.
No word on when the proposal will be reviewed by the
state and how soon county officials can expect to take the
matter up for a vote again.


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CRIME


Suspectin

counterfeit

case caught

in Marianna
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A man suspected of man-
ufacturing counterfeit
money out of a Blountstown
residence has been appre-
hended in Marianna,
Daniel "Frosty" Brost is
being held in the Jackson
County Jail on the Calhoun
County warrant.
According to Ofc. David
Creamer of the Blountstown
Police Department, Brost
was dubbed the "CB Bandit"
after he allegedly stole CB
radios from vehicles in three
counties. He was due to
appear in court on those
charges Thursday. Major
Rodney Smith .of the BPD
contacted Jackson County
officials and learned Brost
did show up for court and
was still in the building. He
was immediately apprehend-
ed on the outstanding war-
rant.
Just two weeks ago, The
County Record reported
about the case pending
against Brost. Ofc. Creamer
became' aware of a number
of counterfeit bills circulat-
ing at local businesses. The
investigation led him to a cit-
izen who discovered a bogus
$100 bill along the roadway,
Another anonymous tip led
to six counterfeit $100 bills
that a witness had obtained
from a man known as
"Frosty". Ofc. Creamer said
the bills were very similar to
actual cash and it was diffi-
cult to detect they were
counterfeit.
Several witnesses advised
"Frosty" had been trading
the fake bills for crack
cocaine at the rate of $1000
worth of counterfeit money
for around $40 in crack.
Brost also allegedly sold
$1000 in fake bills for $200
cash.
Ofc. Creamer went to a
local residence where Brost
had been living until his
recent eviction. He seized a
computer and scanner,
along with a burn pile of
counterfeit bills.
Another bogus $100 bill
was turned into the BPD
Wednesday from a local
business.
In order to educate area
businesses and citizens
About identifying counterfeit
bills. The BPD and U.S.
Secret Service are planning
to host a seminar. The date
has not yet been set, but
anyone interested is urged to
call the BPD at 674-5987 to
sign up in advance.







The County Record, DECEMBER 27, 2006, Page 2


Calhoun County Sheriffs Office hosts...




"Christmas for the Children"


Thanks to the
Sheriffs Office &
al the volunteers
who made this
celebration
such a merry one
for area youngsters!


Letter to the Editor,
On December 10th our
community lost a beloved
doctor and friend when Dr.
Elga B. White died. One of
the best ways for us to morn
his loss is for us to be grate-
ful for his contribution to our
community.
He began his medical,
practice in Blountstown in
May 1962. As a doctor, he
was wonderful, caring,
always available, took call at
the emergency room and
made house calls. He stayed
on the "cutting edge" of med-
ical practice by reading jour-
nals and attending confer-
ences; therefore, his treat-
ment was current.
He insured that the hospi-


tal maintained the highest
standards by guiding the
hospital through several
Joint Commission
Accreditations. All of us
know of people's lives who
were saved because of Dr.
White's immediate treatment
or surgery in the hospital -
especially for patients who
were near death and would
not have lived had they been
transported to hospitals in
adjacent counties.
He was instrumental in
getting other physicians to
come to Blountstown and
was the first doctor to bring
in a Physician's Assistant.
He served as a preceptor for
the Nurse Practitioner
Program at Florida State


University and even went to
the Emergency Room at,
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital to assist in the prO-
gram, He was a "born
teacher" and he taught staff
and patients alike. Anytime
someone asked him a ques-
tion, he gave them a detailed
answer. He explained the
disease process to his
patients so they understood
their illness and their treat-
ment regime.
Early on, he was very
involved with the Florida
Chapter of the American
Heart Association. He taught
CPR to the hospital staff and
to doctors at area hospital.
He was active in securing the
cardiac monitoring for two
rooms at the hospital and
arranged for staff to be
trained in reading the moni-
tors. He assisted in the
training of EMT's when the
hospital bought their first
"real" ambulance.

He owned the first com-
puter in Calhoun County and
it was so large that it filled
one room in his office. He
was innovative in pioneering
in computerized medical
records. He developed one of
the first systems in this geo-
graphical area where by he
could access medical records
in his office from the
Emergency Room of the hos-
pital. In his retirement he
was active in teaching com-
puter courses in the library.
His life and medical prac-
tice had a profound effect on
this community. Let's all
thank God for the gift of his
life ind the positive effect he
had on our lives and on the
community.

Wade & Alva Martin
Don & Mert Stephens


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LETTER TO THE EDITOR







The County Record, DECEMBER 27, 2006, Page 3


U.S. Department ofHomeland Security Firefighter Grant



Carr- Clarksvile VFD awarded $114,000


U.S. Senator Mel Martinez
has announced that the U.S.
Department of Homeland
Security (DHS) has awarded
$408,358 in grants to three
Florida fire departments.
According to DHS officials,
the awards include $114,000
to the Carr/Clarksville
Volunteer Fire Department,
$236,550 to the Bell
Volunteer Fire Department,


and $57,808 to the Estero
Fire Department. The grants
are part of the 2006
Assistance to Firefighters
Grants (AFG) program a
program designed to help
departments and emergency
medical service organizations
improve their ability to pro-
tect the public and first-
responder personnel from fire
related hazards.


"The DHS announcement
is good news for these
departments. The investment
translates into critical
improvements in the areas of
life and property protection
services," said Martinez.
"Safety is a top priority for
these community depart-
ments and these grants will
help each meet their mis-
sion."


Judge Elijah Smiley will be


sworn into office January


2


The underlying goal of all
Assistance to Firefighters
grants is to enhance the abil-
ity of first responders to pro-
tect the communities they
serve from fire and fire-relat-
ed hazards.
Funds under the DHS
Assistance to Firefighters
Grant program are intended
to support first responder
training, provide adequate
firefighting/EMS equipment
- including rescue vehicles,
as well as support the well-
ness and fitness of firefight-
ers.


The County Record salutes
all the volunteer firefighters who
dedicate their time and risk their
own safety to serve our community.
Congratulations to the men and
women of the Carr-Clarksville
Volunteer Fire Department on this
well deserved grant award!


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Port St. Joe native and
long time Bay County Judge
Elijah Smiley takes office as
circuit judge in the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
on January 2, 2007. The
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
includes Bay, Washington,
Holmes, Jackson, Gulf and
Calhoun Counties. Circuit
Judges preside over felonies,
family law matters, civil
cases, juvenile cases, and
probate and guardianship
cases.
Judge Smiley has served
as a Bay County Judge for
the past eleven years. During
his terms in office,Judge
Smiley has been an active
participant in the reorganiza-
tion and administration of
the Bay County Court. He
has been responsible for han-
dling half of all criminal case's
filed in Bay County Court.
.Judge Smiley is a 1977
honor graduate of Port St.
Joe High School. He received
a bachelor degree in govern-


The Calhoun County
T r an s p o r t a t i o n
Disadvantaged Coordinating
Board. announces a meeting
to be held on Monday,
,January 8, 20'07. The mieet-
ing wil'be held at 2:00 p.m.
,at the Calhoun County
Senior Citizens Center,
16859 NE Cayson St.,
Blountstown. THe agenda
will include the annual
review of the bylaws and


Judge Elijah Smiley
ment from the Florida State
University in 1981,. a juris
doctor degree from the
Florida State University in
1985, a master degree in
business administration from
the University of West Florida


grievance/complaint proce-
dures, operations reports
and a staff report.
For more information, or if
you require special accom-
modations at the meeting
because of a disability ofr
physical impairment, contact
Vanita Anderson at the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council at 674-4571 or by
email at arpc7@gtcom.net.


in 1987, and a bachelor
degree in accounting from
the Florida State University
in 1999. Judge Smiley has
received judicial training at
the Florida Judicial College,
the Florida Advanced
Judicial College, and the
National Judicial College.
Judge Smiley says he will
strive to maintain the trust
and integrity of the office
entrusted to him by the citi-
zens of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit.

Heidi Bishop

benefit account

at Credit Union
SThere has been a benefit
fund opened at the Calhoun-
Liberty Credit Union for can-"
cer patient, Heidi Bishop.
Anyone who would like to
contribute may dol so. For
further information you can
contact Rick Hires at 674-
7054 or Janet Dietz at 674-
4368.





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The County Record, DECEMBER 27, 2006, Page 4


ANNIE C. MACDONALD
Mrs. Annie C. MacDonald,
85, of Fountain passed away
Sunday, December 17, 2006,
in Blountstown.
Mrs. MacDonald was born
in Boston, Massachusetts,
where she received her bach-
elors in art from Boston
University. She had lived in
Fountain since 2001, moving
from Miami where she had
worked as a die and tool
machinist and office special-
ist for Yale-Orgon.
Survivors include two
daughters, Carol Ann
Baldwin of Miami and Judith
Maynard of Fountain; four
grandchildren, Charles and
Martin Maynard and
Christopher and Craig
Baldwin; one great grand-
child, Bella Marie Maynard.
Adams Funeral Home is
entrusted with the arrange-
ments, ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.
MARIE ROSE RYAN
Mrs. Marie Rose Ryan, 78,
of Clarksville, died Sunday,
December 9, 2006, at
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
Mrs. Ryan and her family
moved here in 1987. She
enjoyed sewing, reading,
shopping, cooking, and she
also had some favorite TV
shows.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Robert
Edward Ryan, in 2002.
Mrs. Ryan is survived by
two sons, Paul Edward Ryan,
and his wife, Anna, of
Lancaster, Ca., and George
Patrick Ryan, of Clarksville;
one daughter, Sharon Ryan,
of Clarksville; one niece,
Bernice Cline, of Grove City,
Oh; five grandchildren,
Kristine Ryan -of Seattle,
Washington, Susan Jewell,
Robert Ryan, John Paul
Ryan, and Melissa Ryan, all
of Palm Dell, Ca, as well as
five great grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Ryan were held at 4:00
p.m.,Thursday, December
14, at Hall Funeral Home
with Rev. Dewayne Tolbert
officiating. Memorialization
was by cremation following
the service.
Hall Funeral Home in
Altha. Fla. was in charge of
the arrangements. ph. 850-


762-3965.
CLARA SCHRAM
Mrs. Clara Schram, 73, of
Blountstown, passed away
Monday, December 18, 2006,
at her home, surrounded by
her family and friends.
Mrs. Schram was born on
July 6, 1933 in Benton,
Illinois, and had lived in New
Lenox, Illinois for 52 years
before moving to
Blountstown in 2004. Mrs.
Schram was retired from real
estate after 22 years of serv-
ice in 1977.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Billy Floyd
Schram, in 2004; her par-
ents, Raymond and Ollie
(Crawford) Burlison; three
sisters, Melba Wilson, Opal
Curdosi, and Josephine
Burlison; and two brothers,
Eugene Burlison and James
Burlison.
Survivors include a
daughter, Gaye Terry, and
her husband, Eugene of
Blountstown; one son, Mark
Schram, and his wife, Nancy,
of Diamond, Ill; three grand-
children, Ted Schram and
Lynette Schram, both of West
Plains, Mo, and Crystal Belle
Terry of Crawfordville, Fl;
three great grandchildren,
Laura Lei and Michaela, both
of West Plains, Mo, and
Trinity Belle of Crawfordville;
three sisters, Mary Webbe
and Velva Williams, both of
St. Louis, Mo, and Francis
Hammond of Joliet, Ill; three
brothers, Odell Burlison and
Jack and Judy Burlison, all
of Joliet, and David Burlison
of Naperville, Ill; and a devot-
ed caregiver and friend, Amy
Blackburn.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, December 20, .at
1:30 p.m. (CST) from the
Blountstown First Assembly
of God Church in
Blountstown with Rev.
Charles Royals officiating.
Anyone wishing may make
contributions to Covenant
Hospice at 4440 Lafayette
.St., Marianna, Fl. 32446 or to
the St. Jude Children's
Hospital, at 501 St. Jude
Place Memphis, Tn. 38105.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown. Fla. 850-,
674-2266. '


I OBITUARIES ]


Muscular Dystrophy Association seeking nominations for...


Robert Ross Achievement Awards


The Muscular Dystrophy
Association (MDA) is seeking
nominations for its Robert
Ross Personal Achievement
Awards. The awards, now in
its sixteenth year are given
on local, state and national
levels to recognize the accom-
plishments and community
service of people with disabil-
ities caused by neuromuscu-
lar diseases.
Nomination forms are
available from the local MDA
office and must be submitted
by January 22, 2007.
Nominations may be made by
individuals or organizations;


all nominees must be affected
by one of the neuromuscular
diseases in MDA's program
and be registered with the
Association.
Each MDA chapter choos-
es a local award recipient. He
or she is automatically con-
sidered for a statewide
award, and a national recipi-
ent is selected from among
the state recipients.
.MDA initiated the Personal
Achievement Awards pro-
gram in 1992 to honor the
contributions of people with
disabilities, especially in their
own communities. This year


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Gulf Coast Electric contributes

toys to Children's Home Society


Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative recently present-'
ed toys donated by its
employees to the Children's
Home Society of Florida.
The toys donated by GCEC
will be distributed to under-
privileged children in Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes,,
Jackson and Washington
counties.
"We are happy to be able to
donate to this very worthy
cause," Gulf Coast Electric
Supervisor of Marketing and
Member Services Kristin
Bennett' said. '. "These toys
will provide Christmas pres-I


ents to children who might
not have otherwise received
any."
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Chur ch Directory
For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


Gateway Baptist Church
17667. N Main St., Blountstown, FL 674-5725
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"

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


Blountstown First
,]Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


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


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


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
with
L Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We,
A. REJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
10500 Central Ave. West 850-674-8254
Blountstown, Florida 850-674-3144
STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


FRINK BAPTIST CHURCH
11030 Frink Baptist Church Road
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Morning Woirship 11:00 AM
Church Ph: 674-5457 Pastor Ph: 674-3324
Dan Thomas, Pastor


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


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 wiwwitanncrnm/sOuthside/
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School wwwdtapps.com/sousie/
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon



WORSHIP SERVICE:
SUNDAY
3 COMMUNITY CHURCH ,. BI 8:30AM & 10:15AM
19359 SR 71 North, Blo. 'town*mi, FL 32424
850-674-5747 email: info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: www.rivertownchurch.info


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Regions Bank is proud to announce that .Rhonda
Sapp has been selected as the Business Banker
Relationship Manager for the Bonifay, Blountstown,
Chipley, Marianna, and Indian Springs offices. Sapp
has been promoted to Vice-President with almost 20
years of banking experience and a degree in
Business Administration. Currently she is located in
.the Chipley office, but will relocate to the Marianna
office sometime in 2007. Drop in to see her for any of
your Business or Commercial loan needs.


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BES students

win bicycles

in BPD drawing

School Resource Officer
Warren Tanner conducted
a bicycle safety class Dec.
15 with the 3rd, 4th, and 5th
grades at Blountstown
Elementary School.
Drawings were held for four.
bicycles. The students pic-
tured at right with Chief
Glenn Kimbrel and Sgt.
Warren Tanner are the lucky
winners. The Blountstown
Police Department would
like to remind kids to have
a safe and happy holiday.







The County Record, DECEMBER 27, 2006, Page 5


Logan Barbee honored at reception
The Colhoun Counr Edienslrn Office hosted a h..tida open hou.e n Triunda Dec 21. .'here
Extension Drrector Logan Barbee was honored ror hni 25 ?ears of ser.'ice to tre cornmunir, December
is Logqn'a last month with the E tenr.in Offic.e a he prepares to embark on adventure, in Iraq Logan
Is pictured atwove with (frm, left) Greta Jenlk.. ('E:,lteriion office rmnoyer) 'oriaenne Wood (Keep
Calhoun Co Beautihful President). Marti '*. cker, (Chornber Operationsr, Manaoger),. and ..Jeico Bciw de'n
(4-H Extension Agent)




Rep. Coley appointed




to several committees


State Representative Marti
Coley (R-Marianna) has
announced her optimism
regarding the committee
assignments she has received
from House Speaker Marco
Rubio for the upcoming 2007
- 2008 Legislative Sessions of
the Florida House.
"Speaker Rubio has
empowered us all to serve in
the capacities which will
most encourage idea-sharing
and problem-solving" said
Representative Coley.
"Economic development,
energy diversification and K-
12 education are all vital
areas of importance for
Florida's Big Bend and Great
Northwest. I'm humbled by


Rep. Marti Coley
the trust, Speaker Rubio has
placed in me by naming me


to these important commit-
tees, and I'm looking forward
to serving my neighbors in
Northwest Florida in these
new capacities."
-Representative Coley will
serve on the following com-
mittees:
V The Committee on K-12
(Vice Chair)
V The Committee on
Economic Development
/ The Committee ,on
Energy
V The Schools and
Learning Council
In addition to her commit-
tee assignments,
Representative Coley will also
serve as a Deputy Whip in
the Majority Whip's Office.


New company willfill



affordable housing need


Gulf Coast Panel Homes is
a new business serving the
need for affordable housing,
utilizing Structural Insulated
Panels. David and Leslie
Wentzell of Port St. Joe are
opening the AmeriPanel
Homes dealership with a
focus on 2-4 bedroom, single
story houses. These panel-
ized home kits are designed
for the Do-It-Yourselfer .and
are engineered for superior
strength, ease of construc-
tion and maximum energy
savings. Gulf Coast Panel
Homes 'will be serving
Franklin, Gulf, Bay, Liberty,
and Calhoun Counties.
The AmeriPanel Homes
Corporation is an established
Florida based company
whose pre-designed home,
packages feature Structural
Insulated Panels (SIPs). SIPs
panels have a foam insula-
tion sandwiched between two
layers of oriented strand
board, making this one of the,


strongest and most energy
efficient house construction
methods available. From the
exterior, which can be fin-
ished using any of the tradi-
tional materials, including
brick, stucco, or siding, the
SIPs house is indistinguish-
able from an ordinary house.
'The ease of using the SIPs
panels enables the homebuy-
er who is inclined to be more
actively involved in the con-.,
struction of his house to save
thousands of dollars,,
depending on the extent of,
their involvement", says
Wentzell. "And the cost sav-
ings continues for the life of
the home because ,of the
'extreme energy savings."
, A model home will be
going up soon on Palm
Breeze Way just east of the
Gulf County Airport., The
public will be invited to watch
the progress and learn about
SIPs as it is erected, and at
upcoming Open Houses.


SIPs, homes have been
used by Habitat for
Humanities and have been
featured on the popular
home improvement shows of
Bob Vila and Norm Abram.
"It's fabulously SIPs are a
.proven technology that
deserve much greater appli-
cation in the building indus-
try," says Vila.
The, Wentzells bring 30
years of business experience
to their new venture, having
previously owned and run a
successful screen printing
business in Wisconsin. They
have recently relocated to
Port St. Joe, having discov-
ered the area when their 3
children, attended Florida
State University.

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pictured owners Rick and JoAnn Wise


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FOR PRESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS ONLY
THIS IS FREE OF CHARGE AND WILL BE HELD

MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 2007 -

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 2007

PICK UP ITEMS:
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BMS J.V. Tigers end season 11-2
The Blountstown Middle School Tiger A team recently ended their season with an impressive
11-2 record, Team members include (front row, from left) Alexander Garrett, Paul Mosley, Charles
Buggs, Brandon Smith, Trevor Engram, (back row) Coach Billy Jones, Roger Abbott, Chris Wolfram,
Nick Martin and Josh Williams,



Corps will impose user fee


at Lake Seminole landings


The U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers at Lake Seminole
is expanding their user-fee
program to include Rays
Lake Park, Hales Landing
Park, and Spring Creek Park.
A $3 fee will be charged for
use of the boat ramp. .
Fees will be collected
through a self-registration
honor system which will be
located at the boat ramp with
guidance regarding fee pay-
ment. Citizens age 62 and
above, along with those with
permanent disability are
granted a half price discount
to launch their boats.


"Frequent users of corps
boat launching facilities can
also obtain an Annual Pass
for $30 by visiting Lake
Seminole Site Office," said E.
Patrick Robbins.
'This pass is good at any
corps park in the nation
where a day-use fee is
charged for one year from the
date of purchase."
The new fees will be effec-
tive January 1, 2007.
Implementing the user-fee
program at these locations
will allow the Corps more
opportunities to meet the
needs of the public, support


maintenance costs. for the
project, and to help keep
Lake Seminole beautiful and
a self-sustaining project.
If you have any questions,
or would like to obtain an
Annual Pass, please contact
the Lake Seminole Site Office
at 229-662-2001.


FHP says zero tolerance

for violations over holiday


Colonel Chris Knight,
Director of the Florida
.Highw,'ay Patrol, has
announced the FHP's
statewide traffic enforcement
plans for the upcoming New
Year's holidays.
FHP will implement zero
tolerance enforcement strate-
gies targeting aggressive and
hazardous violations
throughout the state.
Troopers 'will place' special
emphasize on aggressive
driving, D.U.,I, speed, and
safety restraint violations..
The Patrol is also reminding
the public about the risks of,
walking and bicycling in
close proximity to traffic.
Prudent interaction and
adherence to laws by
motorists, bicyclists, and
pedestrians would prevent'
many of. the deaths that
occur each year on Florida
roadways. :
The New Year's holiday
period will begin at 00:01
hours on Saturday,
December 30, 2006. and end
at midnight. Monday,.
January 1, 2007.
' Last year, 29 people were
killed in 29 traffic, crashes
during, the 72-hour New
Year's holiday.
As in the past. Colonel'
Knight has instructed all
available troopers and super-
visors to discontinue office
duties, and heavily patrol
interstates, major state


.roads, and Florida's Turnpike
throughout the holiday peri-
od :Y .. ... -
Motorists are urged to
contact the FHP or local law
enforcement officials when
reporting an impaired,
aggressive, or dangerous
driver (to reach the Florida
Highway Patrol, simply dial
*FHP (*347) from. a cellular
phone. Callers can remain
anonymous. Motorists who
experience car trouble on the
highway or. otherwise need
assistance from the FHP are
also encouraged to use *FHP:
For real-ti me traffic and road
condition reports, as well as
maps and other safety tips,
the public is urged to visit the
FHP website at
wwxvw.fhp.state.fl. us.
Florida drivers- can also
call 511 for up-to-i e minute
updates on traffic jams, road
construction, lane closures,
severe weather and travel
times on Interstates -and
major highways.
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OUTTAr THE

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By Tony Young

Tony.Young@MyFWC.com
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission


End the Year With a Bang
of Holiday Hunting
Traditions
There's finally a chill and a
certain festiveness in the air
as most of us try to take time
off from work to enjoy spend-
ing quality time with family
and friends and reflect on the
passing year. Children will
be out of school on winter
break soon, and while the
holiday season's upon us, so
are several traditional hunt-
ing opportunities.
The second phase of
waterfowl and coot season
came in statewide Dec. 9 and
runs through Jan. 28. In
addition to the usual hunting
license and permit require-
ments, duck hunters also,
must have a Florida water-
fowl permit ($3) and a federal
duck stamp ($15).
The daily bag limit on
ducks is six, but you need to
know your ducks, before you
pull the trigger, because
there are different daily limits
for each species. For
instance, within the six-bird
limit there can only be one
black duck, one mottled
duck, one fulvous whistling-
duck, one pintail and one
canvasback. .Only two of
your six-bird limit can be
redheads, wood ducks or
scaup, and you may have
only four scoters or four mal-
lards (of which only two can
be female) in your bag. ,
All other species of ducks
may be taken up to the six-
bird limit, except harlequin
ducks. Taking or attempting
to take harlequin.s is illegal.
The daily limnut on coots is 15,-
and there's a five-bird limit
on mergansers, only two of
which may be hooded.
When hunting waterfowl,
hunters may only use non-
toxic shotgun shells. In fact,
it's illegal for hunters even to
possess lead shot when
waterfowl hunting. Only iron
(steel), bismuth-tin and vari-
ous tungsten-alloys are per-
missible.
For. something different,
try woodcock hunting.


Woodcock season began Dec.
16 and runs through Jan. 14.
Woodcocks are excellent
game birds because they hold
well for pointing bird dogs
and provide a challenging
shot when flushed. The daily
bag limit is three.
The third phase of mourn-
ing and white-winged dove
season opened Dec. 9 and
runs through Jan. 7. There's
a 12-bird daily bag limit on
doves.
From November on, shoot-
ing hours for all migratory
birds are one-half hour
before sunrise to sunset. You
must get a no-cost migratory
bird permit where you pur-
chase your hunting license
before you hunt any of these
birds, though.
The only firearm you're
allowed to hunt migratory
game birds with is a shotgun,
no larger than 10-gauge.
Shotguns must be plugged to
a three-shell capacity (maga-
zine and chamber combined).
Bows also are legal.
Retrievers and bird dogs
can be useful in hunting
migratory game birds.
Artificial decoys, as well as
manual or. mouth-operated
bird calls, also are legal and
.essential gear for duck
hunters.
You may hunt migratory
game birds over an agricul-
tural field, as long as the
crop's been planted by regu-
lar agricultural methods.
However, don't even think
about "sweetening" the field
by scattering agricultural
products over it or any-
where near it -- or you could
wind up in serious trouble. It
doesn't matter ii you aren't
the one who scattered the
bait. If you knew or
should've known that such
bait was present, you're
accountable under the law.
Some other things, you.,
can't do while hunting migra-
tory game birds include using
rifles, pistols, crossbows,
traps, snares, nets, sinkbox-
es, swivel guns, punt guns,
battery guns, machine guns,
fish hooks, poisons, drugs,


Governor approves


St. Joe land purchase


TALLAHASSEE -
Continuing their commit-
ment to preserving Florida's
coastal estuarine systems,
Governor Jeb Bush and the
Florida Cabinet have voted to
acquire 2,844 acres in the St.
Joe Timberland Florida
Forever project. A partner-
ship with The Nature
Conservancy, the. purchase
from St. Joe Timberland
Company will protect and
preserve two important and
productive estuarine. systems
along Florida's panhandle.
'Today's vote will help pro-
tect the water quality of both
St. Vincent Sound and St.
Joseph Bay, whose produc-
tive oyster and scallop beds
contribute to Florida's boom-
ing seafood industry every
year," said Department of
Environmental Protection
Secretary Colleen M. Castille.
"Through this project, we are
ensuring Florida's fragile
estuarine ecosystems contin-
ue to support. the unique
plants and animals of; the
Florida panhandle region."
Part of the Northwest
Florida Greenway, the pur-,
chase of. the Lake Wimico
Preserve parcels will preserve
nearly two miles of water-
front property along the
south shore of the lake arid
protect both St. Joseph Bay
and St. Vincent Sound;
Protecting the land and
waters of this project will pre-
serve the water quality, water
quantity and seasonal fresh-
water flows that support the
diverse communities of these
two estuaries. In addition,
protection of Lake Wimico
and the remainder of the area
will provide a buffer. to the
coastal waters of.
Apalachicola Bay as well as
the Jackson River.


The St. Joe Timberland
Florida Forever project spans
more than 170,000 acres
throughout the Florida pan-
handle, with more, than
781000 acres already in state
ownership. Stretching from
Walton and Bay Counties
near Camp Helen. State Park
across the region to Jefferson
and Taylor Counties near the
Aucilla W\ildlife Management
Area, the project preserves
large undeveloped tracts of
land for native wildlife and
provides a variety: of public
recreational opportunities
throughout north Florida.
To strengthen national
security and protect natural
resources, the State of
Florida is preserving land
around military installations.
Florida has invested more
than SSOO million to con-
serve wildlife habitat and
buffer military facilities,
acquiring more than one-half
million acres around military
bases. An additional 630,000
acres are slated for purchase
through the Florida Forever
program.
The 10-year, $3 billion'
Florida Forever program
established by Governor Jeb
Bush and. the Florida
Legislature conserves envi-
ronmentally sensitive land,
restores waterways 'and pre-
serves important cultural
and historical resources. For
more information. visit
www.FloridaForever.org.


explosive substances, live
decoys, recorded bird calls or
sounds or electrically ampli-
fied bird call imitations.
Shooting from a moving auto-
mobile or boat, and herding
or driving birds with vehicles
or vessels also are against the
law.
Bobcat and otter hunting
season began Dec. 1 and
runs through March 1, and
there's no daily bag or season
limit on either species.
Like foxes, bobcats may be
chased year-round with
dogs, but possessing
firearms during the closed
season between March 2 and
Nov. 30 is prohibited. On a
few wildlife management
areas, bobcats and otters
may not be taken, so please
consult the specific area
brochure before you hunt.
Whether upland bird
hunting with friends and
family, shooting ducks on the
pond with your favorite lab or
taking that big cat as he slips
up behind an unsuspecting
fawn, December has the
hunting opportunities you're
looking for.,
Here's wishing you happy
holidays and a successful
hunting season. If you can,
remember to introduce some-
one new to our great sport.
As always, have fun, hunt
safely and ethically, and we'll
see you in the woods!


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Liberty Co. High receives



AlTHA SCHOOl NEWS Ag in the Classroom grant


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November Kids of Character

Principal Ronnie Hand proudly announces Altha School's Kids of Character for the month of
November. They include (front row, from left) Max Scott, Seth Alday, Bryce O'Neal, Johnny Aaron,
(middle row) Siearra Lynn, Austin Roberts, Nathan Bean, Caylyn Carter, (back row) Cody Barfield,
Seth Alderman, Sawyer O'Bryan, Kathrine Alderman, Jessica Wilks, and Hunter Chason.


Florida Association of
Realtors Scholarship
The Florida Association of
Realtors announces its 2006-
2007 Scholarship/Essay
Contest for high school sen-
iors.
Entering the contest is
easy. Students write a typed,
double-spaced essay--500
words or less--on the topic,
"How Does a Realtor
Professional Benefit the
Community?" This topic
allows students the freedom
to write about the wide range
of realtor professionals who
work in a variety of fields,
including residential broker-
age, commercial brokerage,


industrial and office broker-
age, farm and land broker-
age, real estate appraising,
property management, land
development, and real estate
counseling, to name just a
few of the general specialties.
Or essays may address such
points as the benefits of
homeownership to society, or
to families on a personal
level, or how the selling of
commercial real estate
encourages economic growth.
Check with high school
guidance counselor,, Mrs.
Cindy Nichols, to obtain an
application kit and essay
cover form. You can also go
to the media section of FAR's


Media Center Web site,
(http: //media.living.net) to
download the scholarship/
essay contest application kit,
official cover form, and list of
FAR District Vice Presidents.
Just think: Write 500
words or less and win up to
$10,000--scholarship money
that could cover the cost of
tuition at a local community
college or pay for a lot of
tuition at a Florida universi-
ty.

Calendar
Jan. 3 School Resumes
for Teachers
Jan. 4 School Resumes
for Stdents


H A .1 A


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The grants included one
for Liberty County High
School in Bristol. The project,
"LCHS ESE Square Foot
Gardening", will allow spe-
cial-needs high school stu-
dents to plant square foot
gardening, beds, and use
Florida Ag in the Classroom


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the commodities they grow.
Florida Ag in the
Classroom is a non-profit
organization charged with
educating students and
teachers about the impor-
tance of Florida agriculture..
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Florida Agriculture in the
Classroom, Inc., awarded 22
Florida teachers with grants
totaling nearly $25,000 for
the 2006-07 school year.
These agricultural classroom
projects will reach about
6,000 students in kinder-
garten through 12th grade.
Among the recipients is
Liberty County High School.
These grant projects incor-
porate agricultural concepts
into science, history, lan-
guage arts and math lessons,
and include activities such as
plant tissue culture propaga-
tion, hydroponics, and earth
box gardening. Florida Ag in
the Classroom curricula and
materials' will be used to
complement these activities.
"It is essential that Florida
teachers incorporate these
agricultural concepts into
their classrooms through an
applied learning experience
that Florida Ag in the
Classroom makes possible,"
said Florida Agriculture
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson, who is a, former
agriculture teacher.
"Teachers that utilize the
grant program are ensuring
the future of the Florida agri-
culture industry by educat-
ing their students about the
importance of the industry
and the role it plays in pro-
viding them with food, fiber
and other natural resources."
Florida Ag in the
Classroom can provide grant
money for teachers because
of the funding it receives from
the agriculture specialty
license plate also called the
Ag Tag.
"Our teacher grant pro-
gram gives us the chance to
provide teachers with the
resources ;they need in their
classrooms to bring agricul-
tural concepts to life," said
Heather Nedley, chairmen of
Florida Ag in the Classroom
and executive director of Polk
County Farm Bureau. "The
applied curriculum provides
students with opportunities
to learn about plants and
other agriculture commodi-
ties, and see how these com-
modities fit into their daily


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Prevent injury: Follow



these toy safety tips


BHS names Tigers of the Month
For the month of December, anonymous teachers selected a total of 11 Tigers of the Month
at Blountstown' High School. They are the following: Karla Atkins "Dependable"; Chavonte
Baker "Pleasant"; D.J. Basney "Helpful"; Clint Coley "Zealous"; Brittany Griffin "Tenacious"; Holly
Jeppson "Enthusiastic"; Laura Kastli "Dedicated"; Chrisanna Martin "Conscientious"; Marcus
Martin "Persistent"; Daniel Pullam "Welil-behaved"; and Kelly Wood "Amiable".



CARR ELEMENTARY

CARR SCHOOL NEWS


The Florida Department of
Health (DOH) and the Safe
Kids Florida Coalition remind
Florida residents and visitors
to put safety first when pur-
chasing toys and gifts for
children during the holiday
season. Parents and care-
givers can make sure they
are choosing safe toys for
their children by paying close
attention to warning labels
and manufacturers' guide-
lines.
"More than three billion
toys and games are sold in
the United States every year,"
said DOH Secretary M. Rony
Frangois, M.D., M.S.P.H.,
Ph.D. "If the manufacturer
sets a minimum age or other
restrictions, there is a wise
reason. It is, therefore,
imperative for both children
and parents to carefully fol-
low the instructions."
Nationwide, approximately
160,000 children per year
ages 14 and under are treat-
ed in emergency rooms for
toy-related injuries; nearly
half of these children are
under age five.
The Safe Kids Florida
Coalition recommends the
following precautions:
V Use a small parts tester
(available in quantity from
the Safe Kids Resource
, Catalog) or the cardboard
tube from a roll of toilet paper
to identify choking hazards.
Do not let small children play
with anything that can fit
into one of these cylinders.
V Inspect toys to make
sure they are irl good repair.
'Do not let young children
play with toys th at have
straps, cords or strings
longer than seven inches,
due to 'the risk of strangula-
tion.
V Supervise children play-
ing with any toy that has
small parts, moving parts,
electrical or battery power,
cords, wheels or any other
potentially risky component.
Simply being in the same
room as your child is notwnec-
essarily supervising. Active


supervision means keeping
the child in sight and in
reach as well as providing
undivided attention.
V Teach children to put
toys away after playing to
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Legal Notice
ORDINANCE NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following
Ordinance No. 2006-09 of the City of
Blountstown. AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTI-
TLED:
AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN
ORDINANCE SETTING FORTH BASE RATE,
CHANGES FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICE FOR
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL USES:
SETTING FORTH RATES TO BE CHARGED
FOR METER BASES, SECURITY LIGHTING.
AND CONNECTIONS; SETTING 'FORTH
RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR MISCELLA-
NEOUS ELECTRIC SERVICES: REPEALING
CONFLICTING RESOLUTIONS AND ORDI-
NANCES: AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
SHALL BE PRESENTED to the City
Council, City of Blountstown, for second
and final adoption at the Regular City
Council meeting to be held Tuesday, the 9th
day of January, 2007 at 6:00 P.M. in the
City Council Meeting room at 17262 NW
Angle Street, Blountstown, FL. 32424.
This ordinance shall become effective upon
final passage as provided by law.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be
heard on the adoption of the aforesaid
Ordinance No. 2006-09 are cordially invited
to be in attendance at this meeting. .
COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE in its
entirety may be obtained at City Hall, 20591
Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida
32424 between the working hours of M-F,
7:00A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
BY: R.W. Deason. Mayor
Attest: Jimmy W. Hand,
City Manager/Engineer

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 06-262-CA
DIVISION
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
RUFUS DOWLING LEE AND SUE K. LEE
A/K/A SUE KIRKLAND LEE, HIS WIFE;
VIOLA M. DAVIS: CHARLOTTE E. CUM-
MINS; REBECCA 0. 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.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated December 18, 2006, entered in Civil
Case No. 06-262-CA of the,Circuit Court of


The Florida Departmert of
Health informs the public on
the risks and dangers associ-
ated with carbon monoxide
(CO) exposure and poisoning.
At low concentrations, CO
causes fatigue in healthy
people and chest pains for'
those with heart disease. At;
higher concentrations, CO
inhalation causes impaired
vision and coordination,
headaches, dizziness, confu-
sion, nausea and death.
Here are some very impor-
tant precautions to help pre-
vent CO poisoning:
V Be sure all combustion
appliances are installed and
used according to the manu-
facturer's 'instructions.
V Have the heat ing system
inspected annually by a qual-
ified individual such as an
appropriately licensed con-
tractor or a.:gas utility rep.
V Have exhaust ventila-
tion systems, 'including
chimneys, flues and vents,
checked every year.
V NEVER burn charcoal
in a house, garage, vehicle or'
tent not even in a fireplace.
V Avoid using unvented
gas or kerosene heaters in


the 14th Judicial Circuit In and for Calhoun
County, Florida, wherein Washington
Mutual Bank, Plaintiff and Rufus Dowling
Lee and Sue K. Lee a/k/a Sue Kirkland Lee.
his wife are defendantss. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash ON THE
FRONT STEPS OF THE CALHOUN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE AT 20859 Central Avenue
East, Blountstown, Florida 32424 at 11:00
A.M. CENTRAL STANDARD TIME on
January 4, 2007 the following described
property as set forth in said Final Judgment,
to wit:
THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER
OF SECTION 4. TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 8 WEST. CALHOUN COUNTY,
FLORIDA. LYING EAST OF STATE ROAD #6
RIGHT OF WAY.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME PER-
MANENTLY AFFIXED THEREON. YEAR:
2005; MAKE: CAVALIER-ADDISON; VIN#
CV05AL0455379A AND CV05AL0455379B.
more commonly known as 22079 Northeast
State Road 69, Blountstown. FL 32424.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS
OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST
FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY
WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE N THIS PRO-
CEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO
COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
Calhoun County Courthouse, 20859 Central
Avenue East, Blountstown, FL 32424 WITH-
IN 2 WORKING DAY S OF YOUR RECEIPT
OF THIS NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-
8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8770.
DATED at BLOUNTSTOWN. Florida the
18th day of December, 2006.
RUTH W. ATIAWAY
Circuit and County Courts
December 20, 27, 2006

Legal Notice
IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORI-
DA:
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 06-71 PR
IN RE: Estate of HETTY JANE TABERY,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
AND NOTICE OF CREDITORS

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the administra-
tion of the Estate of HETTY JANE TABERY
deceased, File Number 06-71 PR, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is the Calhoun County Courthouse,
Blountstown, Florida 32424. The
Administrator of the Estate is BEULA J.
PARRY, whose post office address is 30
Renown Close, Eaton Park. Berryhill, Stoke-
on-Trent, Staffordshire, England ST2 9PL.'


enclosed spaces, especially
sleeping areas.
V NEVER leave a car run-
ning in a garage even with
the garage door open.
V Don't leave the rear win-
dow or tailgate of a vehicle
open while driving. CO from
the exhaust can be pulled
inside the car, van or camper.
V Install CO alarms in
your home. Replace CO
alarm batteries once a year
and test alarms frequently.
V NEVER use a portable
generator indoors, including
in homes; garages, base-
ments. crawl spaces, sheds
and other enclosed or partial-
ly enclosed areas.
Anyone who suspects
symptoms of CO poisoning
should go outside immediate-
ly. If possible, turn off any
operating combustion appli-
ances and leave the doors
open as you go outside. If
.you have a poisoning emer-
gency, call your nearest
Florida Poison Information
Center at 1-800-222-1222. If
another person has collapsed
or is not breathing, call 911
immediately from a safer
location (outside).


The name and address of the Personal
Representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the Estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the Clerk of the above Court a writ-
ten statement of any claim or demand they
may have. Each claim must be in writing
and must indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the creditor or his
agent or attorney and the amount the claim.
If the claim is not yet due, the date when it
will become due shall be stated. If the claim
is contingent or unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall be state. If the claim
is secured, the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the Clerk to enable the Clerk
to mail one copy to the Personal
Representative. All persons interested in the
Estate to whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE .DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objection they
may have that challenges the validity of the
decedent's Will, the qualifications of the
Personal Representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the Court.
BRANDON J. YOUNG, ESQ


4431 Lafayette Street
Marianna. Florida 32446
(850) 526-3633
Fla. Bar No. 0550736
COUNSEL FOR PERSONAL REP.
December 20. 27, 2006

Legal Notice
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE
CALHOUN COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS)
IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKET NO. 06-1-NO1-0701-(A)-(I)
The Department gives notice of its intent
to find the Amendment(s) to the
Comprehensive Plan for. Calhoun County.
adopted by Ordinance No(s) 2006-07 on
August 15, 2006. IN COMPLIANCE, pur-
suant to Sections 163.3184, 163.3187 and
163.3189, F.S.
The adopted Calhoun County
Comprehensive Plan Amendment(s) and the
Department's Objections, Recommendations
and Comments Report, (if any), are available
for public inspection Monday through
Friday, except for legal holidays, during nor-
mal business hours, at the Calhoun County
Clerk's Office, 20859 Southeast Central


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a recommended order to the Department. If
no petition is filed, this Notice of Intent shall
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If a petition is filed, other affected persons
may petition for leave to intervene in the
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timely filed, mediation is available pursuant
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affected person who is made a party to the
proceedings by filing that request with the
administrative law judge assigned by the
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Dec. 16: Christian Dickev, possession of less than 20 grams of
cannabis; Juan M. Camcnoho DWLSR with knowledge
Dec. 17: Jodie D. Nelson, DWLSiR habitual, refusal t.:. sian, DUI
Dec. 18: Jeffery Thomas, possession of ocCin- and.drug para-
phernalia
Dec. 19: Eugene Egler,VOP; Lavonya Cooper, VOCP
Dec. 20: Robert O'Neal, possession of less than 20 grams of
cannabis and drug paraphernalia; Robert Raper, possession of
less than 20 grams of cannabis and drug paraphernalia.
'Dec. 21: Jdvier B. Alvardo, VOR no valid DL; Michael Jarcord,
cocOine trafficking over 28 grams, possessionrof drug paropherna-
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Dec. 16: Jeffrey Nathaniel Erby, possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and drug paraphernalia; Jerry Lee McCullen, battery
on a person 65 years or older, grand' theft of a firearm, criminal
mischief; Matthew W. Thompson, burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling, petit theft, introduction of contraband into correctional
facility
Dec. 19: Scaret Sabrina Kennedy, possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana and drug.paraphernalia

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Calhoun County 4-H Club News


It's been quite a busy year for the Calhoun
County 4-H Club. Back in the fall, local 4-Hers
and their parents gathered at the Calhoun
County Extension Office for a night of pumpkin
carving. Their creations were displayed at the
Creature Feature in Magnolia Square on
October 31.
Wondering how you can support 4-H? You,
your family and friends and their family and
friends in Florida can do so by buying tickets to
see the new live action version of Charlotte's
Web now in theaters. For every ticket purchased
to see Paramount Pictures and Walden Media's
production of Charlotte's Web through
www.fourhcouncil.edu, Hollywood Movie
Money will donate a $1 to 4-H to help support
Florida 4-H Youth Development Program.
You must purchase your tickets to Charlotte's
Web through www.fourhcouncil.edu for 4-H and
the Florida 4-H Youth Development Program to
receive this donation.
In 4-H, youth have fun, make friends, and
learn leadership and life skills. 4-H partners with
America's land grant universities to give more
than 6.5 million young people hands-on experi-
ence in science, engineering and technology,
healthy living, and citizenship. Learn more at
www.fourhcouncil.edu. To join the Calhoun
County 4-H, call the Extension Office at 674-8323
or stop by today.


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