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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record
County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: County record
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Publication Date: September 12, 2007
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111WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007 * 101ost Year, No. 2 . BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32,424 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


Pouncs


Hill and


Williams


will have


runoff
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
There will be a runoff
election in the City of
Blountstown to fill the
seat on the Council previ-
ously held by Clifford
Jackson.
Last Tuesday night's
election ended with
Phillip Hill, Jr. the top
vote getter with 155, fol-
lowed by Ronnie Williams,
Sr. at 115 and Edward
Holley at 101. Because
Hill did not receive 51
percent of the votes, a
runoff between him and.
Williams is set for, Nov. 6.
Voter turnout was at
23.44 percent.
Early voting will- be
held Monday through
Saturday, Oct. 22
through Nov. 3, from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Elections office in the
courthouse . basement".
The 'election is city-wide
so anyone registered In
Blountstown can vote.



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seeking $650,000


The vision for downtown
may soon become
a reality as the City
Council and local Main
Street organization go
after a $650,000
revitalization grant.

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If you're ready to see downtown
Blountstown get turned around,
you're not alone.
Members of the City Council are
joining forces with Blountstown
Main Street to make a vision for


Travis Jpstice of Preble-Rish. Janice Watson of the Apalachee Regional Planning


downtown a reality. With the help of Council, City Manager James Woods, and Justin Ford of Preble-Rish discuss plans
Preble-Rish, the City is seeking a for downtown improvements.
$650,000 Community Development
Block Grant for downtown revital-
ization.
According to Travis Justice of . . ,-
Preble-Rish, grant funds could be .-:-, .
used for water, sewer, and stormwa-
ter needs. as well as exterior
improvements such as building
facades and streetscaping.
"If we're able to obtain this grant,
it will be a good shot in the arm,"
City Manager James Woods
remarks. "Making an improvement
in the visual character of the down-
town area %ill attract people to
locate here."
Blountstown Main Street's design
committee recently enlisted the help
of an artist who created renderings
of what downtown could look like
with just a few improvements.
Phillip Hill. the organization's vice
president. believes this grant can
help put that vision in place.
"This will clean up downtown and
bring it up to a modern look to
entice new businesses into the
area," Hill remarks. "Hopefully, it _, ,-*.' "-:.. .
will bring more people back to shop- Blountstown Main Street recently had on artist design renderings of what downtown
ping downtown instead of going out could look like w jus few improvements.
i of town to do business." could look like with Just a few improvements.


CRIME


BPD seeking info


on vandalism case
During' the past week, there has been criminal mis-
chief to the picnic tables and fences at the Greenway
Trailhead at Neal Landing and also at the Trailhead at
the intersection of Highway 71 North and 11th Street.
The Blountstown Police Department is seeking
information from the public to help solve this crime
and hold those responsible accountable for their
actions. A reward is being offered for information that
leads to an arrest and you can remain anonymous.
If you have any information regarding these crimes,
please call the Blountstown Police Department at 674-
5987. Any help,in solving these acts of vandalism will
be greatly appreciated.

Man arrested for


NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS
We would like to apologize to our subscribers who did not receive
their subscription renewal notices for August until lost week. We
mailed notices for August at the end of July. Near the end of August,
we noticed we were not receiving any renewals. We began calling
some or our longtime subscribers and it become clear immediately no
one had,received their notices. .134 of them.
We notified the post office and we have yet to be informed of where
those notices went. In years past, if you took a stack of notices or bills
into the post office, they were immediately placed in the local boxes
However, our local post office no longer sorts mail. therefore it is sent
to Panama City for sorting, then back to Blountstown the next motn-
ing. Now that really sounds cost efficient and consumer friendly!
We sent out the August nolices again last week and the U.S. Mail
must have delivered this lime. We're already receiving renewals. If
you think it is time for your subscription to be renewed and you haven't
received a notice, don't hesitate to call. As for the S36.18 we spent on
postage for the first set of notices which were never delivered, our
guess is that it can be claimed as a business loss

FAMILY FUN


Airport Fly-in to be


threatening woman held this weekend


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Blountstown man was arrested Sept. 7 for alleged-
ly threatening to cut a woman with a knife.
Anderson Moore, Jr. was charged with aggravated
assault in the case. According to the BPD, the woman
was seated in her car on Boyd Street with the lights on
when Moore began arguing with her. The woman
alleged he pulled out a knife, put it to her throat, and
threatened to kill ,her.
. Moore was released from the Calhoun County Jail
after posting a $10,000 bond.


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Calhoun County's First
Annual Warbirds and
Experimental Aircraft Fly-in
is set for September 14 and
15 at the Calhoun County
Airport/ Industrial Park on
Hwy 71 North.
Gates will be open from 8
- 5 each day. Admission is
$2 per person with children
under 12 admitted free.
The fun begins at 8 a.m..
with a pancake and sausage
breakfast for $4.

. . .


Several aircraft will be
on display and performing
demonstrations including
"Steerman Bi-Plane Rides",
and tandem sky-diving. In
addition, there will be
antique and collectible cars,
craft and food vendors and
more.
Courtesy transportation
will be provided by Calhoun
County Transit.
For more details, call Bill
Smith at 674-6952.


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ARREST


Hosford
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man is


accused


of raping


teenager
'BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Hosford man is behind
bars at the Liberty County
Jail accusing of raping a 15
year old girl over the sum-
mer.
Tracy Lamar Pullam, 34,
was arrested Sept. 9 and
charged with sexual battery,
lewd and lascivious molesta-
tion, and contributing-to the
delinquency of a minor.
. According to the Liberty
County Sheriffs Office, the
alleged victim, unidentified
due to her age and the
nature of the crime, went to
the Sheriffs Office with her
mother July 29 to report a
sexual battery that allegedly
occurred July 8. The girl told
authorities she and her
younger sister were swim-
ming at the Bluff Park in
Hosford when Pullam came
up' and invited them to go for
a ride. They took the younger
girl home,' but the 15 year
old remained with Pullam,
telling her mother he was
giving her a ride to a friend's
house where she would be
staying for the night.
The girl alleged she and
Pullam picked up a friend,
.went to Crowe's Corner and
Pullam purchased some
beer, then offered it to her.
The three of them ended up
at a house on Old Bristol
Road where they hung out
for awhile and the girl said
she consumed eight or nine
beers. Pullam then asked if
she wanted to go with him to
get drugs or go home and the
girl said she told him to take
her home.
The girl alleged that on
the ride home, Pullam began
* touching her inappropriately
and she asked him to stop.
She said.he then got angry
and ordered her out of the
car. When he pulled up
behind her in the car later,
the girl said she was fright-
ened, got back in the vehicle,
and pleaded forihim to drive
her home. Pullam reportedly
proceeded toward Hosford,
but then pulled onto a dirt
road, got out of the car,
approached the passenger
side where the girl was sit-
ting and opened the door as
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007, Page 2


To the Editor:
Tuesday night we had a
family member contacted
around 2 a.m. by someone
claiming to be a captain with
the Red Cross. They told her
that her son, who is current-
ly stationed in Kuwait, was
possibly missing and wanted
her to confirm his 'informa-
tion to verify that they had
the correct identity. This is a
scam to steal the soldiers
identity. We contacted the
local Red Cross and found
out that there have been two
other incidences like this in
Bay County just this past
week. We also found out that
no member of the Red Cross
is authorized to notify the
family members of missing
soldiers and when this notifi-
cation is done it is only done
in person by military person-
nel.
Obviously our family was
extremely distraught over
this, but we were fortunate
enough to have a means of
contacting "our soldier" over
the internet by instant mes-
sage. Many families do not
have that luxury, as their
loved ones are not in situa-
tions where they have inter-
net access. This would mean
they would have to contact
the correct authorities and
wait for an answer on
whether or not their soldier is
okay or not. We were lucky
to get an immediate response
from ours and found that he
was doing well.
This is a sick situation in
which someone is out to
retrieve information for the
purpose of identity theft. It's
not just happening in our
area either, as we've been
informed it is a nationwide
scam happening to families
all over the United States.
We have contacted the State's
Attorney, Steve Meadows and
they are investigating this
and plan to prosecute if the
perpurtrator is found.
For the families that have
this happen to them, they
need - to know that they
should never give out a SSN
or any other information over
the phone to someone claim-
ing to be from the military or
the Red Cross. These organ-
izations will never ask for
that information in that man-
ner. They also need to know
that notification will not
come in that form, it is
always in person.
If anyone receives a call
such. as this, they need to
know how to trace the call.
Most telephone companies
provide the ability to dial a
number, such as *57, after a
call comes in that will place a
trap on the number the call
came from so that the phone
company can report this
information to investigators.
It's important to note that
you must dial the code after
the call comes in and before
any other calls come into that
same line so the correct
number is the one trapped.
Some companies may .charge
a nominal fee for this service,
but I feel it's more than worth
it for the peace of mind and
the idea that it may help
prosecute anyone who tries
to do. this. People should
contact their local phone
companies, to find out what
the charge is, if any, and
most telephone books have
instructions on how to set up
the trap .in the front of the
books on the informational
pages.
Please help get this out to
all your readers. Like I said,
the more people that know
about it, the better off this
situation is. Thanks so
much for your help.

Joi Coburn
A concerned family mem-
ber of a soldier too far away






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To the Editor:
Another poor dog is aban-
doned at the Blountstown
River landing. This one is
very young, cute, but so
scared and frightened. The
dog has been rescued and is
now at the Blountstown ani-
mal shelter. If you find a
place in your heart to have a
pet, please consider the
Blountstown Animal Shelter
and save a life. This says it
all:
From time to time, people
tell me, "lighten up, it's just a
dog," or, "that's a lot of money
for just a dog."
They don't understand the
distance traveled, the time
spent, or the costs involved
for "just a dog."
Some of my proudest
moments have come about
with "just a dog."
Many hours have passed
and my only company was
-"'just a dog," but I did not
once feel slighted.
Some of my saddest
moments have been brought
about by "just a dog," and in
those days of darkness, the
gentle touch of '"just a dog"
gave me comfort and reason
to overcome the day.
If you, too, think it's "just
a dog," then you will probably
understand phrases like "just
a friend," "just a sunrise," or
'"just a promise."
"Just a dog" brings into my
life the very essence of friend-
ship, trust, and pure unbri-
dled joy.
i "Just a dog" brings out the
compassion and patience
that make me a better per-
son.
Because of '"just a dog", I
will rise early, take long
walks and look longingly, to
the future.
So for me and folks like
me, it's not "'ust a dog" but
an embodiment of all the
hopes and dreams of the
future, the fond memories of
the past, and the pure joy of
the moment.
"Just a dog" brings out
what's good in me and diverts
my thoughts away from
myself and the worries of the
day.
I hope that someday they
can understand that it's not
"just a dog", but the thing
that gives me humanity, and
keeps me from being 'just a
man or woman."
So the next time you hear
the phrase "just a dog" just
smile... because they '"just
don't understand."

Charley Robertson

Dear Editor:
We would like to thank
those that helped to make
the recent Cain Grinders
Opry, held as a fundraiser at
the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement, a huge success!
The proceeds of over $1800
are going towards restoring
the Club House.
Joel Hathaway volun-
teered to organize the event
and we would especially like
to thank him for this great
effort. Through his musical
connections he was able to
line up .countless talented
performers which we would
like to thank for making the
evening spectacular.
Ramsey's . Piggly Wiggly
donated buns for both the
hotd6gs and hamburgers
that were sold and West End
Quick Pic donated ice for the
event. Eddie Williams and his
crew handled the much
appreciated cooking.
Because events like this
require so many helping
hands we would like to say
thank you to all of those who
helped serve, work the door,
and do the other countless
jobs. Aside from the money
raised through the Opry, sev-
eral community members
have given sizable donations
recently. These include:
Brooks & Faye Barber $50;
BHS Class of '56 & '57 $600;
Frances Finlay $100; Clinton
& Betty June Foster $100;
Rodney & Minnie Johnson
$100; Rep. James E.
Kennedy $250; Ava Plummer
$100; Vondell Plummer
$100; Elbert Shelton $100;
Darryl & Mary Lou Taylor
$100; Gary & Imogene
Watterson $100; Ralph & Jan
White $100.

Linda Smith


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5th Annual event sponsored by Sheriffs Office Oct. 13



Hot Rod & Classic Car Show


The Calhoun County
Sheriffs Office will host their
5th Annual Hot Rod &
Classic ., Car Show on
Saturday, Oct. 13, at Xtreme,
Motorsports, one mile south
of Blountstown on Hwy. 71,.
Registration is from 8 to
10 a.m. with awards begin-
ning at 1 p.m. Divisions in
this contestant judged event


include best top 40, late
model best in show, early
model best in show, best
engine, most chrome, best
interior, best paint, longest ,
distance driven, people's
choice, and car club with the I
most entries.
This is an 9pen car show
and is free to spectators. All
proceeds will benefit the


Christmas for the Children
project sponsored each year
by the Sheriffs Office.
There will be door prize
drawings for ,.. car show
entries, plenty of food and
drinks at the concession
stand, a law enforcement and
rescue vehicle display, D.J.
playing 50s and 60s hits, a
split the pot 50/50 drawing,


a special drawing for auto'
window tinting by Lenny and.
a $300 gift certificate from -
Whit's Auto, car ,show t-
shirts, free games and activi-"
ties for the kids.
For. more details,;,,,call Lt.
Adam ' Terry or Tony
Shoemake at 674-5049 or.
email at tshoemake@cal-
hounsheriff.com.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007, Page 3


Ceremony Jan. 12 in Tallahassee



Stone, Chaney to wed

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Mr. and Mrs. Terrell L.
Stone of Blountstown, Fla.,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Casi Leigh, to
Rev. Robert Henry Chaney,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert H. Chaney, Sr., of
Section, Ala.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Frank
Stone and the late Ethelle
Stone and the late Guy and
Ruth Carpenter.
She is a 1998 graduate of
Blountstown High School
and graduated from Florida
State University with a bach-
elor of science in business
management.
She is presently employed
by Millennium Settlements.
The groom is the grandson
of the late L.D. and Zella
Chaney and the late Leonard
and June Pope.


He is a 1992 graduate of
Section High School and
graduated from Auburn
University with a bachelor of
arts in mass communica-
tions. He will graduate in
December with a master of
arts in Christian education
from the New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary.
He is presently employed
by Tallahassee Community
College.
The wedding will take
place on January 12, 2008,
at 6 p.m. EST at the First
Baptist Church of
Tallahassee, Fla.

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Cosi Leigh Stone and Rev. Robert Henry Chaney, Jr.


Barth, Stone announce

plans for Mar. 1 wedding


Jeffrey and Ruth Barth of
Altha are pleased to
announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of
their daughter, Heidi Erin
Barth, to Michael Joseph
Stone, Jr. He is the son of
Angie Smith of- Clarksville
and Michael Stone of Atlanta.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Rev.
Judson and Opal Shoemaker
of Altha, and Mildred and the
late Dr. Jack Barth of Ft.
Myers, Fl.
The groom is the grandson
of Bob and Mary Davis of
Blountstown, Mark and Myra
Shiver of Greenwood, and the
late B.H. and Nadine Stone of
Kinard.


Heidi is a 2002 graduate of
Blountstown High School
and 2006 graduate of Florida
State University with a
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.
Heidi currently works as a
registered nurse at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
Michael is a 1998 gradu-
ate of Blountstown High
School and is a project
superintendent for Gulf
Asphalt Contractors out of
Panama City.
The wedding will take
place March 1, 2008, at 6
p.m. at Altha First Baptist
Church. No local invitations
are being sent, however, all
friends and relatives are
invited to attend.


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The family of James and Tamika Gates would like to wish
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Linda Nicole Byler and Travis James Eidson


Byler, Eidson to


wed on Saturday
Glenn and Brenda Byler of Altha are pleased to
announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter,
Linda Nicole, to Travis James Eidson. He is the son of
James (Buddy) and Teresa Eidson of Marianna.
Linda is the granddaughter of. Albin and Martha
Byler of Altha, and Virginia and the late George Kallok,
Sr. of Valparaiso, Indiana. She is a 2001 graduate of
Altha High School and a 2005 graduate of Florida
State University.
Travis is the grandson of Mamie and the late Harry
Williams of Marianna, and the late Eugene and Hazel
Eidson. He is a 1998 graduate of Marianna High
School.
The wedding will take place on Saturday, September
15, at 4 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Marianna.
Family and friends are invited to attend.
After 'their honeymoon, the couple will live in
Marianna.
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007, Page 4


Murder Mystery Dinner



Theatre tickets on sale

It's about murder, darling,
and it's all set to take place -
November 1-3 at the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement when
Blountstown Main Street - ..
presents their Second
Annual Murder Mystery
Dinner Theatre.
Tickets are now on sale for
this event and can be pur- - "
chased at Merle Norman on
West Central Avenue in
Blountstown or by calling
899-0500. The cost is $35 4
which includes wine and
cheese, a delicious dinner,
and an entertaining show. to the next town to teach. car show, along with a 'Made
Tales are being spun now Many true stories will be in Calhoun County' market-
by Kelli Peacock and Angie woven with a few...well, not place, are set for Saturday
Hill who are working on a so true tales to spice things evening. An early sellout is
script that will take the audi- up a bit. expected so make your reser-
ence back to old The gala affair will feature nations today by stopping by
Blountstown, circa 1946. The a wine and cheese reception, Merle Norman or calling Kelli
setting? The Old Colonial along with a delicious dinner, at 899-0500 (if no answer,
Hotel where many a teacher Thursday night's show will please leave a message and
passed through the doors include a silent auction. An your call will be returned...no
and stayed a spell before art show and sale is planned calls to The County Record,
landing a man or moving on Friday night and an antique please).


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soils, plants may experience
drought stress after only a
few days without rain or irri-
gation. During a drought, or
when- conditions indicate a
drought may be imminent,
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restrict water use. Irrigation
for commercial and home
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The following guidelines are
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Priorities: Water highly vis-
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and shrubs.
Time of day: Water early in
the morning. Less water loss
occurs from evaporation and
wind drift in the morning
because of cooler tempera-
tures and less wind.
Frequency: Irrigate deeply
at long intervals rather than
watering frequently and shal-
lowly. Deep watering
improves drought resistance
by promoting deeper, more
extensive root systems.
Depth of watering should be
six to twelve inches for turf
and bedding plants, and
twelve .inches for perennials,
shrubs, 'and trees. One inch
of irrigation wets a sandy soil
to a depth of about twelve
inches.
Maintenance: Examine
the irrigation system and
repair leaks promptly.
Weed control: Keep weeds
under control; weeds steal
water from plants.
Fertilization: Don't fertilize
or, if you do, use a low nitro-
gen fertilizer. Fertilization.
stimulates growth and
increases water needs.
Pesticide application:
Avoid unnecessary applica-
tions of pesticides that
require "watering in."
Turf Irrigation: Irrigate
turf only after about 30% of
your lawn starts to wilt. Signs
of wilting include footprints
that remain in the grass long
after being made, a bluish-
grey appearance to the lawn,
and a large proportion of leaf
blades that are folded in half
length-wise.
Cutting height: Raise the
cutting height of turf.
Although taller grass uses
slightly more water than
shorter grass, a higher cut-
ting height promotes deeper
rooting and maintains turf
quality longer.
Mowing frequency: Mow
less frequently. Mowing
stresses the grass plant by
increasing respiration and
reducing root growth. In
addition, never remove more
than one-third the length of
the blade to prevent too
much stress on grass.
Mower blade: Use a sharp
blade when mowing. A sharp
mower blade produces a


cleaner cut that heals more
quickly and loses less water
than a cut made by a dull
blade.
Mulch: Add mulch to beds
to reduce evaporation from
soil and to moderate soil tem-
perature, reducing stress on
roots. Final depth of your
mulch should be three to four
inches after settling. Leave a
small space (1-2 inches)
between tree trunks and
mulch to allow for. air circula-
tion.
Irrigation methods: If pos-
sible, don't use overhead
sprinklers for shrub and
flower beds. Hand water,
,flood irrigate, or use trickle
irrigation. Greater water loss
can occur with overhead irri-
gation because of evaporation
arid wind drift. '
Irrigation dfrequency:
Irrigate trees and shrubs
after they start to wilt.
Drooping leaves and a
change in leaf color are signs
of wilting. Many trees and
shrubs can survive drought
without irrigation, providing
they are well-established and
were irrigated prior to the
drought.
Shade: Move container
plants to shaded areas to
reduce their water needs.
Drastic Measures: The fol-
lowing recommendations
should be followed when
drought is so severe and
water use is so restricted that
landscape plant survival is in
question.
* Only water plants when
they start to wilt.
* Apply chemical wetting
agents to soil so it will absorb
water uniformly and prevent
dry spots.
* For bahiagrass lawns,
stop irrigating and allow the
grass to go dormant.
Bahiagrass will turn brown,
but it recovers well when irri-
gation resumes.
* Prune plants severely to
reduce leaf area.
* Remove weak plants.
* Thin dense beds of
plants to reduce competition
among plants.


CALHOUN COUNTY EXTEN-
SION WEBSITE
Bookmark this Favorite!!
The updated Calhoun County
Extension website is now live
and online! From our website
you have access to a wealth
of information on topics like
agriculture, home gardening,
family life, health, nutrition,
4-H, pesticides, and so much
more. Visit our: website at
http://calhoun.ifas.ufl.ddu/.
Your comments and sugges-
tions about this website are
welcome!

EXTENSION CALENDAR OF
EVENTS
V Sept. 15, Alternative
Farm Enterprise Conference,
Mariana Extension office,
topics include how to start a
new/alternative farm enter-
prise. Contact 850-482-9620
to register.
V Sept. 28, Fall Field Day
and Open House, North
Florida Research and
Education Center in Quincy.
The Field Day is for profes-
sionals and non-profession-
als alike, who are interested
in gardening, landscape or
farming. The Field Day was
designed to provide updated
information on agricultural
practices and showcase the
importance of agriculture to
North Florida and its enthu-
siasts. The programs cover a
wide range of crops; includ-
ing vegetables, small grains,
agronomic row crops, for-
ages, ornamentals, tree
fruits, wildlife, and forestry.
Registration begins at 8 am
and tours start at 9 am, with
lunch served at 12:15 pm.
The cost of this field day is
$10 if you pre-register prior
to the day of the event, or $15
registration at the door. All
payments will be accepted
the day of the field day via
check or cash. To register or
for more information on the
Fall , Field Day, visit
http://nfrec.ifas.
ufl.edu/Calendar/QuincyFall
FD2007.pdf.
If you have questions on
any topic in this column, call
Extension at 674-8323.


Join the Trail Riders


Tri-County Trail Riders
will be having their next
meeting at the El Jalisco
Mexican. can Restaurant
September 24, at 6:30 p.m.
Tri-County Trail ,Riders
has formed this horse club
with over 100 members con-
sisting of surrounding coun-
ties and is designed for trail
riding, horse wagons, and
camping with their horses
and their families.
Membership dues are $20.00
family and $10.00 single -


this includes a monthly
* newsletter showing the rides
each month. if you are inter-
ested in joining or would like
to attend the meetings it is
held on the last Monday of
each month.
Membership dues can be
mailed to Tri-County Trail
Riders, Calhoun County
Extension Office, 20816
Central Avenue, East,
Blountstown, Fla. 32424 or.
for more information call
(850) 674-3570.


about their new soon to open
restaurant on Main St in
Blountstown.
Please let us know if you
are going to be able to join
us. Send an email to cham-
ber@calhounco.org or give us
a call at 674-4519 and we
will save you a seat!

DON'T LEAVE HOME
WITHOUT IT
Available now at the
Calhoun County Chamber
offices, Florida Trail maps,
brochures and more.
Complimentary Camping
and RV guides from VISIT
FLORIDA and this year's
Black Heritage Trail Guide
magazine.
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BY MARTI VICKERY
Executive Director


NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME
Join the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce.
Several levels of membership
are available. Get in on what
is happening around you -
make a difference! Log on to
our website at: www.cal-
hounco.org for more informa-
tion and to print out our
easy, one page application
form.
Questions? Call 674-4519
or 447-1110.

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CHAMBER MEMBER
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OUR FIRST CHAMBER
MEMBER OF THE MONTH
All aboard! Our warm
regards to our first member
business of the month,
Main Street Station
Restaurant - Owners, David
and Sylvia Avalos
,,The restaurant is really
coming along and due to
open soon. Come to the
Chamber Member meeting
Sept. 18 to learn more...

CALHOUN COUNTY CHAM-
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Mark your calendars for
Tuesday, September 18 - We
have an excellent lunch
meeting planned, starting at
noon at the Calhoun County
Senior Association. A great
meal will be served for only
$7.50. Guest speakers:
Dorothy Inman Johnson with
Capital Area Community
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she continued to plead for
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girl said she grabbed
Pullam's cell phone, but he
snatched it away from her.
She alleged he then pushed
the seat back, held her
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by the Blountstown Rotary

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Happy Birthday,
Jordan Alexis Lee!
Jordan Alexis Lee is celebrating
her second birthday on September
16th. She is the daughter of
Jennifer Brown and Jamie Lee of
Blountstown.
Maternal grandparents are Fay
Brown and Michael Bishop of
Blountstown, and Coy' "Jackie"
:Brown and Aricka Hare of Sneads.
:Paternal grandparents are Annette
:Hill and Greg Creel of Blountstown,
,and Eddie Lee of Blountstown.
Maternal great-grandparents are
.Dorothy and Floyd DeVane of
'Kinard, and Kathleen and Jim
'Pullen of Grand Ridge, and the late
-Coy Gene Brown. Paternal great-
:grandparents are the late Jeanette
,and Junior Hill of Blountstown,
and Minnie Lee and the late James
-Lee of Blountstown.
Jordan enjoys riding horses at
:the Compass Lake Ranch, swim-
:ming in her pool, and playing with
:her cousins, Mikayla, Drake, and
:Ashlynn.


HAPPY "1st" BIRTHDAY
Arthur Christopher Jackson, Jr.
:(Ace), son of Arthur Christopher
:and Akwete Jackson. celebrated
,his 1st birthday on September 7,
:2007. His grandparents are Ms.
Christelle Jackson and Arthur
:Jackson, the late Mildred T. Baker,
'Francis and Kathryn Baker of
Blountstown. Great grandparents
aore Anna B. Baker, and James and
Bessie Gatlin of Blountstown; god-
mother, is Lakosha Engram, and
:brother and sister, Nexus Jackson
:and Chris Jackson.
Ace enjoys going to Mayhaw
'Child Development to be with Mrs.
'Yaminah and Ms. Cheryl, going to
'the race track with his dad, going
to church to see pastor and sister
Wilson, and most of all spending
time with his aunts and playing
with cousins. He celebrated with
,an Elmo party at Cooper's Park
.with family and friends on
.Saturday, September 8th.
Happy Birthday, Ace, we love
you!! .


Happy 2nd Birthday, Lizzie!
Lizzie Halley Speers celebrated
her second birthday on September
11 th. Lizzie is the daughter of Kristy
Halley Speers of Blountstown and
Neil Speers. Her grandparents are
Mike and Lori Halley of Blountstown.
Lizzie's great-grandparents are Sybil
and the late Johnny Halley, Roy and
Montez Golden, and James and
Marion Peacock all of Blountstown.
Lizzie celebrated her birthday
with a party with family and friends.


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Happy "3rd" Birthday, Brady!
Brady Tomlinson celebrated his
3rd birthday on August 26, 2007.
He enjoyed a Thomas and Friends
party with an exciting and adven-
turous train ride followed by cake
and ice-cream. Brady is the son
of Marc and Janet Tomlinson of
Blountstown. His grandparents
are Quentin and Cheri Henderson
and John and Chris Tomlinson, all
of Blountstown.
Brady loves to wrestle with his
daddy and play with his trains!


HAPPY "20th" BIRTHDAY,
JUSTIN!!
September 10, 2007
Love, Mom, Verna Palterson;
Stepdad, Barry Roberts; Brothers:
Purvis and James; Sister,
Shaquando; Grandmothers: Alice
Patterson and Josephine
Brigham; Aunts, Uncles, Cousins
& Friends


Happy "5th" Birthday!!
Summer Rayne Stone celebrat-
ed her 5th birthday on September
12th. She is the daughter of Nick
and April Stone of Clarksville.
Grandparents are Ben Stone of
Kinard, Teresa and the late Larry
Lee of Clarksville, Donna Osborne
of Bristol, and the late Harlan
Reddick of of Bristol. Great-
grandparents are the late B.H. and
Nadine Stone of Kinard, the late
Nick and Lucille Demont of
Clarksville, Rufus and Katie
Reddick of Bristol, Elizabeth and
the late Harry Osborne of
Blountstown.
Summer enjoys going to the
river with daddy and going to Mrs.
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Happy "12th" Birthday,
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Carson Flowers celebrated her
12th birthday on September 4th.
She is the daughter of Thomas
and Sherry Flowers of
Blountstown. Her grandparents
are John and Sandra Lindsey of
Blountstown and Tom and 'irene
.Flowers of Bristol. Her great-
grandmother is Louise Barfield of
Blountstown.
Carson, enjoys swimming,
cheering, playing sports, and
spending time with her family and
friends.


JULIA CLAIRE BYROM
Major Jon and Marsha Byrom
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Julia Claire. Julia was born on
June 2, 2007, at West Point, New
York. She weighed 8 pounds, 6
ounces and was 21 inches long.
Her grandparents are Daryl and
Angel Wallace of Altha, Guy and
Gayle Tatum of Marianna, and
Richard and Nancy Byrom of
Gallon, Ohio. Her great-grandpar-
ents are James and Maryell
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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007, Page 6


Altha falls to Wewa and Marianna


Cats,


Tigers


to


tangle


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Altha Lady Wildcats
lost two hard fought matches
this week against Marianna
and Wewa.
The Lady Cats took on
Marianna Sept. 4 and were
narrowly defeated, 16-25, 27-
29, 24-26.
"We struggled in the first
game, but came back losing
the last two games by only
two points,":Coach Sky Scott
points out. "We fought hard,
but not hard enough.
Marianna came out on their
A game and didn't mess
around. We had some errors,
but we learned from them."
Top scorers were senior


Tory Lipford with 12 service
points, 13 assists and two
digs; sophomore Loni
Johnson with five service
points, seven kills and a
block; and freshman Sierra
Chason with 11 service
points, a kill and a dig.
Wewa came to town last
Wednesday and the Cats
were defeated, 18-25, 16-25,
25-11, 25-16, 8-15.
Lipford led Altha with 15
service points, an ace, 23
assists, and two digs. Loni
Johnson brought in seven
kills and seven service points.
Christy Simmons pulled
down 10 kills. Taylor Shelton
had nine kills, an ace, and
five service points. Meagan
Wiltse added nine service


points.
"Seniors Tory Lipford,
Taylor Shelton and Meagan
Wiltse stepped up and- took
control," says Coach Scott:
'They are my seniors and
they keep the rest of the team
focused as much as possible.
They are excellent leaders,
They play with a lot of heart,
which is a standard every
athlete should have. The girls
know what they did wrong
and they are working hard to
improve."
The Lady Cats will travel to
BHS Thursday to tangle with
the Tigers. Game time is 5:30
p.m. for J.V., followed by var-
sity at 6:30 p.m. Altha hosts
Cottondale -Friday with J.V:
at 5 and varsity at 6.


Lady Tigers win the



Chipley Tournament


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Blountstown Lady
Tigers are off to a winning
start this season, boasting a
9-1 record and a huge tour-
nament victory.
Chipley hosted a 20 team
tournament Sept. 1 with BHS
coming out on top after- an
extremely long day of play.
The Tigers defeated
Rutherford, Port St. Joe,
-Walton and Vernon, then
advanced to the final four
,where they took out Carrol of
,Ozark, then Chipley for the
championship with a score of
25-17, 24-26, 21-19. "'It was
a long day, but they played
very good," says Coach
Tanya Durham. "I'm very
proud of them."
The Lady Tigers traveled to
Cottondale Thursday for
their first district game and
came out on top, 25-21, 25-
16, 25-20.
Leading the team were
Molly Fagen with five aces,
10 digs, 19 assists, and 12
kills; Lydia Simpkins with
five aces, five digs, 18 assists,
and 13 kills; Cherie Hires


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The Lady Tigers celebrate after winning the Chipley tournament.


with five aces, eight digs, and
four kills; Ashley Whitfield
with seven digs, two blocks,
and six kills; Samantha
Dwiggins with four digs, one
block, and four kills; Allison
Jones with three aces and
seven digs; and Jessica
Bontrager with one ace and
three digs.
"We're still working on
developing skills, but they're


learning more each game and
that's what we need to do
right now," Coach Durham
points out.
The Lady Tigers traveled to
Liberty County Tuesday
(details unavailable at press
time). They'll host Altha
Thursday with J.V. at 5:30
p.m., followed by varsity at
6:30 p.m.


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November 6th


Jr. High and J.V. Lady



Cats defeat Marianna


BY COACH. MELISSA McGILL


The Jr. High and JV Lady
Wildcats traveled to
Marianna on Tuesday,
September 5, to play the
Bulldogs.
The Jr. High team faced off
first, winning 15-25, 25-18,
and 15-13. In the first game,
Marissa Coleman and
McKenzie May each had 2
service points, Kim Wiltse
added 1. In the second game
Angela Waldron led with 9
service points. Kelsey
Rehberg had 3 service points.
Coleman and McKenzie
Tanner each had 1 point. In
the third game Coleman had
3 service points. Rehberg
had 2. Waldron, Wiltse, and
May each added a point.
The JV won 25-8, 25-10.
In the first game Hannah
Waldorff had 6 service
points, 1 ace. Tracy
Clemmons had 5 service
points, 2 hits. KK
Beauchamp had 3 service
points, 1 assist, and 1 block.
Anna Kelley had 3 service
points, 1 ace. Shayla Chason
had 3 service points, 1 hit,
and 1 assist. In the 'second
game Kelley led the JV with 9
service points, 1 assist and 1
hit. Beauchamp had 5 serv-
ice points, 2 hits, and 3
assists. Cortney Harris had
4 service points 2 hits, and 1


assist. Lexi Lewis and Ariel
Folsom each had 1 service
point.
On Thursday, September
6, the Jr. High traveled to
Blountstown to face the Lady
Tigers. The A-team lost a
close match 23-25, 19-25. In
the first game Coleman had 7
service points. Waldron and
Wiltse each had 3 service
points. In the second game
Waldron led with 5 service
points. Rehberg had 3 points
and Wiltse added 1. The B-
team also lost a close match
16-25. 9-25. Kavlee


a close match 16-25, 16-25.
In the first game Beauchamp
had 2 service points, 1 assist.
Anna Kelley had, 2 service
points and 1 hit. Shayla
Chason had 2 service points
and 1 hit. In the second
game of the match Waldorff
and Harris each had 3 serv-
ice points. Beauchamp had
2 pts, 1 assist. Chason had
1 pt, 1 hit. Kelley had 1 hit.
I'm really proud of the way
the girls are playing. They
have the ability and the
desire to have a great season.
JV and Varsity will face


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McCalvin had 4 service Liberty on Monday at 4/5,
points, and Chelsea Murphy travel to Blountstown on .
added 3. In the second game Thursday, then be back at
McCalvin had 2 service home on Friday against
points. Rena O'Bryan and Cottondale. The Jr. High will
Murphy each had 1 point, be in action Tuesday at 4:30
On Friday, September 7, against PSJ Middle School
the Lady Pirates of Sneads and travel to Hosford on
came to the Den. The JV lost Thursday.

Final soccer signup Saturday


Final sign-up for 2007
Calhoun County Youth
Soccer is set for Saturday,
Sept. 15, at the Cooperative
Extension Service Office in
Blountstown (across from the
Courthouse, next to Sheriffs
office), from 9:00 a.m. -
12:00 p.m.
Cost to play: $45. Each
additional brother or sister is


$30. Uniforms included in
the price.
Games: Tuesdays and
Saturday, (Tuesdays 5:30 -
6:30 & 6:30-7:30 p.m. and
Saturday 10:00 - 11:00 &
11:00 - 12;00) Beginning
Tuesday, October 16, 007.
Deadline for ALL sign-ups
12:00 p.m. Saturday,
September 15th .


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Tigers hang on for 14-7 victory


The Blountstown Tigers
lost three fumbles and had
two passes intercepted but
hung on against a tough West
Gadsden team for their first
win of the season, 14-7
Friday night in Greensboro.
"We can't sustain drives
because of turnovers and
penalties, so we can't put
points on the board," a disap-
pointed coach Greg Jordan
said Monday. "We played
hard for four quarters and
our offensive line is getting
better. We've just got to stop
making turnovers and mis-
fakes."
West Gadsden, got on the
scoreboard first on a 24 yard
pass play less than two min-
utes into the game. The PAT
gave the Panthers a 7-0 lead
that stood until 8:03 of the
second quarter. Malcolm
Ivory made some good moves,
broke into the secondary and
raced 25 yards for the Tigers'
first score. Jared King's PAT


knotted the score at 7-7.
Midway the third quarter,
Ryan Baker got to the corner
and raced down the sideline
for 17 yards and a touch-
down. King's extra point kick
gave the Tigers a 14-7 lead
they would never relinquish.
Baker led the Tigers with
93 yards rushing on 13 car-
ries averaging 7.2 yards per
carry. Ivory had 88 yards on
12 carries for a 7.3 yards per
carry average. The Tigers
rushed for 177 yards on 37
attempts for a 4.8 yard per
carry average;
Quarterback Cory Cox had
to do a lot of scrambling
against 'the speedy West
Gadsden defense and man-
aged only two completions in
9 attempts for 63 yards and
had two passes picked off.
Jon Lockhart had the two
receptions for the' Tigers
averaging 31.5 yards per
catch. Blountstown had 240
yards of total offense.


The Tiger defense played
well, allowing, the Panthers
121 yards on the ground and
81 passing. When West
Gadsden threatened, the
Tiger defense would find a
way to stop them. The Tigers
recovered two fumbles and


intercepted three passes to
preserve the victory.
Baker led the defense
being in on 17 tackles.
Lockhart and Jeremy Watson
were each in on 7 tackles fol-
lowed by David Mayo with 6,
Ron VanLierop with 5. Shane
Bailey and Britt Leach were
each in on 4 tackles. Chase
Johnson, Marcus Martin and
Cory Cox were also active on
defense.
Friday night the Tigers will
host the Port St. Joe Sharks
with kickoff at Bowles Field
set for 7:00. "They have big
linemen, a skilled quarter-
back and big play capabili-
ties," coach Jordan noted.
The Tigers will need a great
effort against the Sharks and
a big crowd behind them.


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A win is a win! The Tigers
recorded our first victory over
a tough West Gadsden team
this past Friday night to go to
1-1 on the season. The scoi-e
was tied at 7-7 at the half
with both teams getting one
score early in the game.
� West Gadsden got the first
score off an interception that
lead to a TD, the Tigers
answered right back on a 25
yiard run by Malcolm Ivory to
tie the score through .half-
time. In the second half the
Tigers played tough defen-
sively not allowing the
Panthers in the endzone,
While offensively getting a
third quarter 17 yard TD run
from Ryan Baker.
* The final score was 14-7
Blountstown, we'll take it!!
West Gadsden was a quality
football team with size and
greatiskill players. That was
without a doubt the best
team they have put on the
field the last several years.
. Now back to what we're
doing and not doing so well
during the course of the
game. Number one is
turnovers, we cannot have
any offensive production with
FIVE turnovers. We had three


fumbles and two intercep-
tions that killed drives and
momentum. We are not a tal-
ented enough football team to
beat our opponents and our-
selves every Friday night. We
must take care of the foot-
ball, eliminate the turnovers
and start to put some points
on the scoreboard when we
have an opportunity.
Offensively, the produc-
tion was better last week with
about 250 total yards. We
can build off that with the
Port St. Joe Sharks coming to
Bowles Field this Friday
night. We will be in for anoth-
er tough contest this week as
St.Joe is big and fast. The
Sharks will be hungry to stop
the losing streak to the
Tigers. We must control the
tempo of the game and put
points on the board, they
have a lot of big play capabil-
ity. It should be another fun
and exciting night at Bowles
Field.
Don't forget the kickoff is
set for 7:00 CST! Get there
early and get your seats, it
should be another St. Joe -
Blountstown thriller!! Hope
to see you at the game! Go
Tigers!!!


BMS Tigers tie with


Chipley, shutout Wewa


BY COACH LINK BARBER
The Blountstowri Middle
School Tigers traveled to
Vernon on August 30th to
take on the Chipley Tigers in
a preseason Jamboree.
The BMS Tigers managed
to hold their own to end the
half with a 6-6 tie. The
Tigers played an additional
3rd quarter with their
younger players and won
that quarter 8 to 0.
"I thought we played pret-
ty good considering we were
playing on about five full
days of practice," says Coach
Barber. "We still have a lot of
work to do on the offensive
and defensive lines. In the
first half of the Jamboree we
managed to keep the ball
about 12 of 16 minutes. We
had two good long drives, but
could not finish like we
should have. The defense
gave up too many yards on
too few of plays which con-
cerned me also. All in all, It is
nothing that we can't fix.
These boys are working hard
and I think they will do what-
ever it takes to improve."
On Tuesday, September 4,
the Tigers played the Wewa
Gators and were victorious
by a score of 12-0. The
Tigers' two touchdowns came
in the first half of game. The


first came on a 5 yard run by
Jawon Mosley. The extra
point kick by Roger Abbott
sailed wide left.
The second touchdown of
the night came on a 70 yard
run by Roger Abbott. The
extra point kick again sailed
wide left. The Tigers had two
drives stopped inside the 20
due to fumbles in the second
half of play.
"Against Wewa, I was very
pleased to see our defense
step it up a notch and get the
shut-out. The Gators never
really threatened to score
because the defense played
outstanding. We had a cou-
ple of fumble recoveries and a
dropped interception. The
offense sprinted at times,
but, overall, did a good job.
The fumbles were because of
a bad hand off and a missed
blocking assignment. These
things can be fixed.
Hopefully, we will continue to
improve on the little things
each game."
The Tigers played St. Joe
on September 11 in St. Joe
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100th Birthday Celebration


A BLOUNTSTOWN


BL UNTSTOWN S ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS


Chipola College was listed
among the top 30 community
colleges in the United States
by Washington Monthly in the
magazine's first-ever national
ranking of community col-
leges.
Chipola was 18th in the
rankings which are based
mainly on graduation rates
and the 'Community College
Survey of Student
Engagement (CCSSEE).
Other Florida community
colleges on the list included:
North Florida CC (6), Lake
City CC (12), Chipola College
(18), Valencia CC (23) and
Florida CC at Jacksonville
(25).
According to Washington
Monthly the rankings were
designed to identify commu-
nity colleges that excel in
using teaching methods that
researchers have linked to
increased student achieve-
ment and those that are suc-
cessful in helping students
earn degrees.
Fifteen percent of the rat-
ing is based on federal gradu-
ation rates, specifically the
percentage of students who
earn a degree or credential
within 150 percent of the
expected time-three years
for a two-year degree, for
example.
The remaining 85 percent
of each college's rating is
based on the unequally
weighted benchmarks of the
CCSSEE survey which com-
piles raw survey data into five
benchmarks: Active and
Collaborative Learning,
Student Effort, Academic
Challenge, Student-Faculty
Interaction, and Support for
Learners.
Dr. Sarah Clemmons,
Chipola Vice President of
Instruction and Student
Services, said, "If we use the
CCSSE report well, it will
allow our faculty and staff to
gauge and monitor perform-
ance in areas that are central


Century Of Excellence
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80s cheerleaders are
sought for talent show
Any former Blountstown
High School cheerleaders
who cheered between 1980 to
1989 are invited to take part
in a routine for the. BHS
100th birthday talent night
celebration set for Saturday,
Oct. 13, in the BHS
Auditorium.
If you'd like to participate,
contact Deneen Mears at
674-4144.

Athletes, homecoming
queens invited to show
Calling all former BHS
athletes and homecoming
queens! Come join the fun as
we celebrate the 100th birth-
day of Blountstown High
School. A community talent
show is set for Saturday, Oct.
13, at the BHS Auditorium
and you are invited to attend.
Come join the fun!
For more details, call
Sharon Leonard McCrone at
674-5724.


Minnie Hayes, Miss Calcohi
1941.

Former BHS chorus
students to perform
If you were in the BHS
chorus, please join us for a
mass choir presentation in
honor of BHS's 100th birth-
day.
The alumni chorus will
perform two songs directed


by Linda Adams on Saturday,
Oct. 13, at the community
celebration in the BHS
Auditorium. Our first
rehearsal will be Thursday,
Sept. 13, in the BHS chorus
room at 6 p.m. Come join us!

Alumni band forming
for 100th festivities
In honor of Blountstown
High School's. 100th year cel-
ebration, we are gathering
BHS alumni to be in an
alumni band.
We will be performing two
or three songs at the talent
show presented on Saturday
night, October 13, and at the
homecoming game on Friday
night, October 19.
If you do not have an
instrument, you may rent a
brand new one for $15.
Our first meeting is
Thursday, September 13, at
the BHS band room.
If you would like to be a
part of our group, please con-
tact Cherie Price White at
BHS, 674-5724 during the
day, or 674-4640 at night.


80s reunion party set



for homecoming night


It's a celebration, eighties
style, as the Blountstown
High School classes of 1980
through 1989 get together for
another reunion during the
BHS 100th birthday celebra-
tion.
The reunion is set for
Friday, Oct. 19, at the W.T.
Neal Civic Center. The party
kicks off immediately follow-


ing the BHS v. Bozeman
homecoming game at Bowles
Field (probably around 9
p.m.) and will last until 1
a.m.
Drop a couple dollars at
the door to help cover costs
for the civic center rental,
cleanup, the D.J., etc. You
can bring whatever you want
to drink and, if you'd like, a


snack/finger food to share at
the buffet.
Mark your calendar...you
don't want to miss this 80s
dance party and a chance to
catch up with old friends!
For more details, email
Kim at jacksonl@wfeca.net
or Kelli at news@thecoun-
tyrecord.net or call her at
899-0500.


to our work." She said much
more detailed data has been
evaluated to identify areas
where Chipola can increase
"student engagement,"
defined as the amount of time
and energy students invest in
meaningful educational prac-
tices.
Clemmons said "We partic-
ipate in the CCSSE so we can
compare our performance
with that of other small col-
leges across the nation." She
said another benefit is that
specific survey items answer
important questions: What
are our students' goals?
What issues keep them from
persisting in college? How
effectively are we engaging
students in the classroom?
How satisfied are students
with the support services we
offer?
Much of what was learned
from the CCSSEE survey led
to the development of
Chipola's Quality
Enhancement Plan for SACS
reaccreditation. The goal of
the QEP is to help students
continue toward the comple-


tion of their program of study
and not drop-out or stop-out
along the way. One compo-
nent will help students when
they first arrive on campus
and the second will help
them when they encounter
traditionally difficult courses.
Blountstown FFA
selling pulled pork
plates Sept. 21
The Blountstown FFA
Chapter will be selling pulled
pork plates on Friday, Sept.
21. The FFA Chapter has
been quite successful at state
and national competitions. In
order for that success to be
continued, the chapter must
have funds to provide for
trips to competitions.
Please support the chapter
by purchasing a delicious
plate filled with homemade
pulled pork, beans, and
coleslaw. The plates will be
$6. You can purchase tickets
at the Blountstown Ag
Department.


School Advisory Council
(SAC) Meeting
There will be a School
Advisory Council (SAC) meet-
ing on MIonday, September
17, at 4:30 P. M. All council
members are encouraged to
attend.
Open House for First Grade
Parents - Families Building
Better Readers workshop
Blountstown Elementary
School would like to invite
parents of first grade stu-
dents to an Open House on
Monday, September 17, at
5:00 P.M.
During open house, par-
ents of first grade students


will learn about simple activ-
ities they can do with their
children to improve reading
performance by participating
in a Families Building Better
Readers Workshop.
Book Fair
BES is hosting a
Scholastic Book Fair this
week. It began on Monday
and will continue through
Friday, Sept. .14. The Book
Fair will be held daily from
7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (clos-
ing at noon on Friday).
Families, teachers, and the
community are invited to
attend the Book Fair, featur-
ing an Arctic theme: Book


Fair Blizzard.
Specially priced books and
educational products, includ-
ing new releases, award-win-
ning titles, children's clas-
sics, interactive software,
adult books, and current
bestsellers from more than
150 publishers will be
offered.
Book Fair customers may
help the school build class-
room libraries- and improve
children's reading skills by
purchasing books through
the Classroom Wish List.
For more information,
contact Tracy Wood at BES,
674-8169.


Alvin Webb named




school 'Job coach"

Calhoun County School Please make Mr. Webb wel-
System has implemented a come when he comes to you
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prepare eligible students to program. Together, our busi-
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work' while still in high a difference for our students.
school. - , We're excited about this new
To implement the pro- program and expect positive
ram p Fmn me t , . results from it.
at, rn Ernnl nvrn nt


Specialist/Job Coach, Alvin
Webb, develops job-training
plans for eligible students
and places those students at
work sites that match their
skills and abilities. Mr. Webb
also provides on-site coach-
ing and guidance for stu-
dents when needed. Students
receive one-on-one coaching
from him, along with support
to ensure success on the job.
Benefits of the program
include students having the
opportunity to receive on the
job training while still receiv-
ing. academic instruction.
Other benefits include stu-


ALVIN WEBB
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ethics and how to manage
money they've earned.
Success of the program
depends entirely upon the
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AllA SCHooi NEWSES CARR SCHOOL NEWS


Kindergarten Field Trip
Mrs. Shields', Mrs.
Alday's, and Mrs. Edenfield's
kindergarten classes (pic-
tured above) recently made a
walking field trip to the local
post office to mail letters they
had written to their grand-
parents.
After mailing. their letters
postmaster, Peggy Ellis, took
them on a behind-the-scenes
tour of the post office where
they met local mail carriers,
Alan Peacock, Tracey Ratliff,
and Brenda Byler, and
watched mail being sorted.
Culinary News
This past weekend a group
of students from the Culinary
Arts program traveled to
Orlando to attend the Florida
Restaurant Show. , Among
these students were
Samantha Dehn (pictured at
left) and Candy Varnum
(shown at right) who had
applied for scholarships from
the Florida Restaurant &
Lodging Association
Educational Foundation
(FRLAEF).
Each of the girls received a
$2000 scholarship to be used
at a post-secondary institu-
tion of their choice. In order
Sto receive this scholarship a
student must be pursuing a
degree in culinary arts or
Hospitality. In addition to the
scholarship, Samantha 'also
received the Pro-Start
? Hospitality Excellence Award
. presented by FRLAEF.
By: Meagan Wiltse


Calendar
Wed.,
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Early Release Day
Thurs., Sept. 13 -- Cats'
Cuisine; Jr High Volleyball at
Hosford, 3:30 pm; Middle
School Basketball vs. Poplar
Springs,. 5 pm; JV & V
Volleyball at BHS, 5:30 &
6:30 pm
Fri., Sept. 14 -- JV & V
Volleyball vs. Cottondale at 5
& 6 pm


Sat., Sept. 15 -- ACT test
Mon., Sept. 17 -- Jr High
Volleyball at Tolar, 3:30 pm;
JV & V Volleyball at Port St.
Joe, 4 & 5 pm
Tues., Sept. .18 -- Middle
School Basketball at
Bethlehem, 4 pm
Wed., Sept. 19 -- JV & V
Volleyball at Frt nklin
County, 5 & 6 pm


Homeschool story time

to begin this Thursday


A homeschool story time
will be offered at the Calhoun
County Public Library in
Blountstown beginning
Thursday, Sept. 13, at 10:15
a.m.
In addition to reading


books and hearing stories,
the children will learn library
skills at each session.
All home schooled chil-
dren in grades K-5 are invit-
ed to attend the 2nd and 4th
Thursday of every month.


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LORA A. BARFIELD
Mrs. Lora A. Barfield, 79,
of Bristol, Florida, passed
away Saturday, September 8,
2007, at Blountstown Health
and Rehab Center in
Blountstown, Fla.
Mrs. Barfield was born on
January 5, 1928, in
Tuscaloosa, Ala., and had
lived in Bristol for the past
several years. Lora was a
retired school teacher, teach-
ing in Polk and Liberty
County Schools. She was a
licensed ordained minister
and was a member of the
Bristol Church of God.
Survivors include a son,
Jay Barfield, of Bristol; a
daughter, Denise Johnson, of
Bristol; a sister, Flora Cato,
and her husband, Emory, of
Little Rock, Ark; four grand-
children, Teresa Dwiggins of
Blountstown, Christopher
Bridges of Blountstown, Andy
Johnson of Bristol, Hali
Barfield of Bristol; two great-
grandchildren, Samantha
and Mason Dwiggins of
Blountstown.
Funeral services will be
held today, Wednesday,
September 12, at 11:00 a.m.
(EDT) at the Peavy Funeral
Home Chapel in
Blountstown, Fla. with Pastor
Mildred Barfield and Pastor
Frances Cbrbin officiating.
Interment will follow in the
Lake Mystic Cemetery in


Bristol.
All arrangements are
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266).

ARIMETTA JACKSON
Mrs. Arimetta Jackson
passed away Friday,
September 7, 2007, at her
home.
Mrs. Jackson was born
June 6, 1947, in Panama
City to Cleveland Jackson
and Chester Tilson. She
moved to Blountstown in
1963. She was a member of
the Bibleway Church of God
in Christ in Blountstown.
Survivors include her
mother, Chester Tilson of
Blountstown; four brothers,
Wilbert Jackson and his wife,
Maria, of Panama City, Steve
Jackson and his wife, Laurie,
of Washington, DC, Cornelius
Jackson and his wife,
Patricia, of Tallahassee and
Jack Tilson of Atlanta; a sis-
ter-in-law, Bernistine Garrett
of Blountstown; nieces and
nephews, Kenyari, Wilbert
Jr., Brianna, Brittany, Cierra,
Janiel, Shannie and Kenya
Jackson.
Funeral services will be
held at 1:00 PM Friday,
September 14, from the
Bibleway Church of God in
Christ with the Reverend
Russell Dancy officiating.


Uncle Melvin & Donna
On September 15, 2004, God called our two beloved angels
home. Even though they may not be with us anymore, we still
love them unconditionally. We will always miss them. Gone
but NOT forgotten..


S' fought to

Remember

remarkable story
about an
Englishman by
ithe name of
t hae James Holman.
Holman lost his
Tim Ada eyesight at the
Tim Adams ageof twenty-
FuneraIMrelor four, and he
became the
most restless
blind man in history.
He kept on the move, touring and
traveling around the world. The
fascinating part of this man's story
is that he published several books
on travel and things to see. Even
though he was blind he compiled
the finest book written on
sightseeing.
This is a classic example of what
a person can do if he really has
the desire.
.So many of us with all our
faculties -- end up many times
with few or no great
accomplishments. We don't have
the nerve of the blind man who
went sightseeing around the
world.
OUR THOUGHT TO
REMEMBER: Life is going to be
, exactly what we make it.

ADAMS
FUNERAL
HOME

674-5449
,www.adamsfh.com
)JL.-----


We love and miss ya'll,
Ronnie, Jo, Sabrina & Angel



Nora Mae
We all called her Granny,
As sweet as she could be
We all called her Granny
She loved the Lord and me
We all called her Granny
She taught us to be strong
We still hear you, Granny
Your lessons and your
songs
We all called" her Granny
With her warm and gentle
touch
We all miss you, Granny
We miss you - all so much
So here's to you, our
granny
A tribute from my pen
May the good Lord bless
and keep you until we meet
again.
A poem to Our Granny
By Bobby Sangster
Happy Birthday, Bobby
We love you
September 17, 2007
From all your family
Mom, Jan, Sherry,
Debbie, & John D

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Interment will follow in the
Magnolia Cemetery in
Blountstown. A viewing will
be held one hour prior to
services at the church.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements
(ph. 674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com).

GORDON RILEY ROLAND
Mr. Gordon Riley Roland,
69, of Panama City, Florida,
passed away Sunday,
September 9, 2007, at his
home.
Mr. Roland was born on
May 15, 1938, in Clarksville,
Florida, and had lived in
Panama City for most of his
life. Riley was a retired elec-
trician and served in the
United States Army.
Survivors include his wife,
Peggy Roland, of Panama
City, Fla.
Private services will be
held at a later date.
Memorialization will be by
cremation.
All arrangements are
under the direction of Marion
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266).

JEWELL E. SMITH
Mrs. Jewell E. Smith, 81,

MM I T IBUTE


of Clarksville, Fla., passed
away Friday, September 7,
2007, in Panama City, Fla.
Mrs. Smith was born on
June 27, 1926, in Calhoun
County and had lived here
most of her life. She was a
homemaker and a member of
Travelers Rest Freewill
'Baptist Church.
Only One Mother
By George Cooper
Hundreds of stars in the
pretty sky.
Hundreds of shells on the
shore together.
Hundreds of birds that go
singing by.
Hundreds of lambs in the
sunny weather.
Hundreds of dewdrops to

MEMO RIALTRBUTE


In Memory of Gretchen
Colleen Thomas Williams
Nov. 18, 1958 - Sept. 12,
2006


Thirty-seven great-grand-
kids, 28 grandkids and 11
kids later Viola yeas still able
to find love for other people.
She was the average mother.
She was the type of person
that would give you the shirt
off her back, food if you need-
ed it, and money if she had it.
It's been 11 years since we.
(the grandkids) got to stick
clothes pins in your hair.
There isn't a day that goes by
that we don't think about
you.
Just like everybody else
she had the stubborn side
also. Like all the recipes that
nobody knows because she
wouldn't write them down.
Unfortunately, over the
past 3 years you have greeted
a son, a granddaughter, and
great-grandson at those
pearly gates you always
talked about. If I know you
like I know I did you were
there with open arms.
Basically, all we want to
say is happy birthday,
September 10th.
Written by Angel Hand,
her grandchild
We love and miss youl
Ronnie, Jo, Sabrina
and Angel


I am free! No more pain to
hold my body down. No more
insulin shots. No more heart
surgery. No more dialysis, No
more losing my legs. Praise
the Lord, I am free.
Beverly J. Holmes, Mother
Early L. Thomas, Father
Sisters: Karen Engram,
Venita Brown; Brothers:
Hamilton Thomas, Von
Holmes, Dexter Thomas,
Alvin Thomas


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.dtanns com/southside/
*CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School pp
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon

, 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 United Methodist Church
Located on Hwy 20 directly across from
SSub- Way & McDonalds
Wednesday Bible Study... 9:00 AM
Sunday School.. 9:45 AM
Sunday Worship... 11:00 AM


greet the dawns,
Hundreds of bees to greet
the clover.
Hundreds of butterflies on
the lawn.
But only one mother the
whole world over.
Survivors include a
daughter, Wanda Wallace,
and her husband, Henry, of
Panama City, Fla.; niece and
life long friend, Juanita
Mazerac, of Clarksville;
granddaughter, Sandyl
Basham Byars, and her hus-
band, Todd, of Tallahassee;
several nieces and nephews.


Funeral services were held
Tuesday, September 11, at
11:00 a.m. (CDT) at Travelers
Rest Freewill Baptist Church
in Clarksville, Fla., with Rev.
Shawn Williams officiating.
Interment followed in the
Travelers Rest Cemetery in
Clarksville. Memorial may be
made to Travelers Rest
Church Bible Fund, 19573
SR 73, Clarksville, Fla.
32430.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marion
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown (674-2266).


A Miracle On A Mission

for Jesus

I can do all things through
Christ which strengtheneth
me..
Phillipians 4:13


Jacob Berry

An 18 year old
evangelist, born with a
rare type of Muscular
Dystrophy, that is
dedicated to the
Gospel of Jesus Christ ..


In Revival
at
Christian Home

Free Will Baptist


191244 NE State Road 69
Blountstown, FL
September 16th at 11 am &


19th c


September 17th, 18th,


Pastor: Rev. Ron Burger
For more information call 674-4907 or 5194


6pm
t 7 pm


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"


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 9:3,0 AM * Morning Worship - 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday - 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday - 10 AM


Blountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Sunday Services Pastor, Shelton Kindig
Sunday School...9:45 AM Hwy. 20 West, 13th Street
Morning Worship..:11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM Blountstown, FL
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM 850-674-4331


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Comprehensive Adult & Elderly Care
* Women's Health Care Including Family Plannning
*Well Child Check, Childhood Diseases
* Physicals for DOT, Employment, School & Others
* Pulmonary Function Tests, EKG, Blood Work, Allergy
Injections & Preventive Care * Screening for Cancers
& Alzheimer's Disease * Diabetes


We take most health insurance: Vista, BCBS, Medicare and Medicaid.
FREE BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING FOR ELIGIBLE PERSONS.
OFFICE HOURS; Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.; 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.


iChur chDirecto0
. ---eg For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


1850-74-


Family


Dentistry


DENTURE
LAB ON PREMISES
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines


Laban Bontrager, DMD


Family Dentistry

12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417


For Information on Placing Your Church in the Directory, Please Call 674-5041


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� Telephone: 674-k'54


Email. btownumc@yahoo.com I








The County Record, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007, Page 11


Washington, DC spin doctor



Jeff Trammell talks politics


BY FRANK SHATZ

Blountstown native Jeff
Trammell, a public relations
expert in Washington, DC,
who is known for his political
insight, was recently featured
in the Virginia Gazette. Here's
the story:
When Jeff Trammell talks,
presidential candidates lis-
ten.
Trammell is a graduate of
William & Mary who's now on
the Board of Visitors. He's
also the president and CEO
of Trammell & Co., a
Washington public relations
firm.
He is recognized as an
experienced public affairs
professional. He served as a
senior adviser to Vice
President Al Gore during his
2000 presidential campaign
and to Sen. John Kerry dur-
ing the 2004 presidential
campaign. He is considered
adept at building strategic
alliance's with public interest
groups, and his fundraising
effort on behalf of the
Democratic Senatorial
Campaign Committee during
the 2002 election cycle has
been cited as a role model.
Trammell has an in-depth
knowledge of what are the
issues that makes a cam-
paign sizzle, and a candidate
a winner. I asked him what
his advice would be to either
presidential candidate,
Democratic or Republican,
who emerges as a winner.
What should be' his or her
priorities?
"My advice would be to
focus on bringing the country
back to a more centrist and
consensus-oriented foreign
policy and result-oriented
domestic policy," he said.
"Americans are tired of ideol-
ogy. They want their leader to
be practical and work for spe-
cific solutions to problems."
'Considering his expertise
at framing the issues that
generate grassroots support,
I asked him what he sees as a
central issue on the national
agenda.
"Increasing the access to
and affordability of heath
care is the key domestic
issue," he said. "Democrats
will have to keep "repeating
that we are not talking about
socialized medicine. We are
talking about making the pri-
vate sector work better for
more Americans. We pay by
far the most of any country
per person for health care
and yet appear to get less for
our money, with our citizens
less healthy than those of
many other industrialized
nations."
Reflecting on the strength
and weaknesses of the cur-
rent leading presidential can-
didates, Trammell observed
that Sen. Hillary Clinton, and
Sen. Obama present con-


trasts between two competing


forces.
"Clinton
is experi-
enced ,
methodi-
cal and
toughened
by battle.
Obama is
inspira-
tional, elo-
quent and
represen-
tative of a


JEFF TRAmMELL


new generation. Experience
vs. Inspiration. Because of
her base and her perform-
ance in the debates, it is
becoming increasingly clear
that the nomination is
Clinton's to lose," he said.
Analyzing the Republican
field, he calculated that the
race will come down to
whether former Senator
Thompson or former
Governor Romney can stop
former Mayor Rudi Giuliani.
"Will Giuliani's position on
abortion thwart his quest for
the nomination? That, in my
view, will be the deciding fac-
tor in the Republican nomi-
nation."
During a roundtable dis-
cussion held last year at
William & Mary, Trammell, a
participant in the debate,
correctly identified the issues
that were decisive in the con-
gressional elections. What
does he see as the decisive
issues in the 2008 presiden-
tial elections?
"'Two years ago I certainly
did not think the war in Iraq
would continue to be the all
consuming issue in American
politics but it is.
Unhappiness with the
Busch-Cheney administra-
tion, primarily because of
Iraq, gives Democrats at all
levels a boost going into the
2008 elections. In addition a
general sense of economic
insecurity at home will work
to the advantage of
Democrats," he said.
A realist who's used to
evaluate complex political
matters, Trammell is cau-
tious in predicting the out-
come of the 2008 elections.
But he agreed to ,share his .
expectations.
"Tn Corii-ress, 'thre -e
Democrats, despite their dif-
ficulties in getting much
passed, will pick up addition-
al seats in the House and
Senate. Current polls show
very significant movement to
the Democratic Party in New
England and the Pacific
Northwest and moderate
movement even in more tra-
ditionally conservative states,
like Virginia. Young voters,
largely because of the war,
are identifying strongly with
the Democratic Party."
As for the national tick-
ets,"The 2008, presidential
election is like no other pres-


idential election we have
seen," he said. "Each of the
parties is acting like the other
traditionally has. The
Democrats more orderly, with
a veteran frontrunner, and
the Republicans with more
unsettled field. And Mayor
Michael Bloomberg of New
York may run as an
Independent. If he does, I will
go out a limb and predict
Clinton wins the White House
with plurality but not a
majority of the votes cast."
Just like her husband in
1991.
According to 'Intrade, a
political betting website that
predicts elections, Hillary
Clinton will win the White
House. Her choice as a vice
presidential candidate,
Intrade predicts, would be
Gov. Bill Richardson, of New
Mexico. Intrade is credited
with accurately predicting
the winner in the last presi-
dential election in each of the
50 states.
Should it happen, it
wouldn't be a surprise if it
turns out that Trammell
played an important role in
the outcome.
Frank Shatz lives in
Williamsburg, Va. and Lake
Placid. His column was
reprinted with permission
from The Virginia Gazette.



Chamber-
Club. Lots of local entertain-
ment and "Clutch" will be
back again this year...
Submit your vendor applica-
tions early by logging on to:
www.blountstownrotary.com
Plan on staying for the
evening enjoying music, food
and more family fun!

DO I FEEL COOLER
WEATHER?
Get outdoors - get fit! It is
prime time to hike and bike
along the Blountstown
Greenway Bike Path. Dust
off those roller blades. We'll
be seeing you out on the
Trail! '

THOUGHT FOR THIS


WEEK
Without
prospers.


labor,, nothing"
- Sophocles
i


Pro Racing Weekly Update

Sept. 15 - 16, 2007


This eek''Rac: Sy


Through Sept. 9, 2007
2007 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1) Jimmie Johnson 5060
2) Jeff Gordon 5040
3) Tony Stewart 5030
4) Carl Edwards 5020
5) Kurt Busch 5020
6) Denny Hamlin 5010
7) Martin Truex, Jr. 5010
8) Matt Kenseth 5010
9) Kyle Busch ' 5010
10) Jeff Burton 5010
11) Kevin Harvick 5010
12) Clint Bowyer 5000.
2007 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Carl Edwards 3998
2) Kevin Harvick 3265
3) David Reutimann 3265
4) Jason Leffler 3172
5) David Ragan 3021
6) Bobby Hamilton Jr. 2919
7) Marcos Ambrose 2795
8) Stephen Leicht 2791
9) Greg Biffle 2776
10) Mike Wallace 2672


David Ragan
Born: Dec., 24, 1985
Sponsor: AAA
Crew Chief: Jimmy Fennig
Car: Ford
Biography:
David Ragan made his Busch Series debut in
2004 for Sadler Bros. Racing, achieving a thir-
ty-first place finish at the Ford 300. In 2005, he
ran three Busch races for Day Enterprise
Racing. On October 11, 2006, Roush Racing
named Ragan as the full time driver for 2007
in the #6 AAA Ford Fusion, replacing long-
time driver Mark Martin. Ragan attempted to
run the remainder of the 2006 schedule under
the #60 No Fear Racing banner. He did not
make a race in the #60. During the closing
part of the season, Ragan was restricted from
running 1.5 mile ovals due to a poor perfor-
mance at Martinsville Speedway where he
was involved in several incidents and drew the
ire of several of his fellow Nextel Cup com-
petitors, including Tony Stewart, who called
him "a dart without feathers." He then had to'
earn a license to run the full schedule in 2007.
Ragan's first start in the famed #6 car was the
2007 Daytona 500, where he finished 5th.


NASCAR, AT&T and Sprint have reached a truce in .> "
the cellphone sponsorship war that's been waged
in racing for the past few months. The parties
involved announced last Friday that AT&T can
remain as sponsor of the No. 31 Chevrolet that is
owned by Richard Childress Racing and driven b.y
Jeff Burton through the 2008 season. Then the decals will have to come
off the car. The original contract between Childress and AT&T would
have run through 2010.


I Lst eeks Rce:Chey Rck .Rol 40


Driver
Jimmie Johnsor
Tony Stewart
David Ragan
Jeff Gordon
Johnny Sauter
Denny Hamlin
Kevin Harvick
Kasey Kahne
Kurt Busch
J.J. Yeley


Start Finish Points/Bonus
n 1 1 190/5
7 2' 175/5
8 3 165/0
2 4 170/10
35 5 155/0
5 6 155/5
13 7 146/0
17 8 142/0
14 9 138/0
36 10 134/0


Jimmie Johnson won the Chevy Rock & Roll 400 on Saturday
night at Richmond International Raceway. Jimmie has won
two straight races and it was his sixth win this season. He will
be rang for a second consecutive Nextel Cup title. On the
other hand, Dale Eamhardt Jr. never had a chance and won't
make it into NASCAR's Chase for the 2nd'time in 3 years.
Dale finished 30th as a result of his third blown engine in'the
past seven races. After the race Eamhardt Jr. said, "We
deserve to be in the Chase. We race hard. We don't quit. We
love racing. Thafs what we do." NASCAR had changed the
Chase field this year from 10 to 12 drivers and also awarded
10 bonus points for every regular-season victory.


Which driver's team was known as "The
Rainbow Warriors"?


a) Jeff Gordon
b) Terry Labonte


c) Ken Schrader
d)'John Andreti


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Semi, car collide in Bristol Monday

Motorists involved in a Monday afternoon crash in Liberty County were fortunate to walk away without injuries.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Sarah Lynn Adkins, 21, was behind the wheel of a 2003 Pontiac crossing
over SR 20 from the Chevron gas station to the BP station in Bristol. The driver of a semi stopped at the red light
allowed her to pull across in front of him with the impression she was going to travel east. As she headed across
the four lane toward the BP, she entered into the path of a 2005 International semi tractor and trailer, driven by
Brian Chad Butler, 29, of Pansey, Awas approaching the light and the vehicles collided. Tpr. Jason King investigat-
ed the accident. Adkins was charged with driving while her license was suspended and violation of right-of-way.



Blountstown native Bill Montford


honored atFPRA 'Roast & Toast'


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The
Capital Chapter of the Florida
Public Relations Association
(FPRA) hosted its 10th
Annual Roast and Toast
Thursday night at FSU's
University Center Club.
FPRA's signature fundraising
event honored Bill Montford,
current CEO of the Florida
Association of District School
Superintendents and former
Superintendent of Leon
County Schools.
Raising thousands of dol-
lars for scholarships awarded
to FSU and FAMU communi-
cations students, "Montford
Gets Schooled" celebrated
the achievements and contri-
butions of Montford, drawing
nearly 350 event goers. High-
profile roasters entertained
the crowd with humorous
memories and heartfelt
appreciation.
"This Roast and Toast was


an oppor-
tunity to
recognize
a member
of our
communi-
ty who has
c o n -
tributed so
much of
his life to
educa -
tion," said


BiLL Mot~woi


Stacey Getz, 2007 Roast and
Toast chairperson. "But more
importantly, every year this
continues to be a wonderful
way to raise scholarship
funds to award to the best
and brightest communica-
tions students at our local
universities."
Adhering to an education-
al theme, FPRA also hosted a
school supply drive in con-
junction with the Roast and
Toast. Guests dropped off


supplies for Leon County
schools, and Tallahassee
Wal-Mart stores generously
donated $1,500 in supplies.
Guests enjoyed a live band
and the friendly competition'
over more than 50 silent auc-
tion packages from more
than 75 donors. Thirty-five.
monetary and in-kind spon-
sors contributed to the'
event's success, including
primary monetary sponsors,
Embarq, JRA Architects,
Capital City Bank and
Governance.
Next year, FPRA will roast
entertainer- extraordinaire
Gary Yordon, who has served
as the event's master of cere-
monies since 1998. For more
information on this year's
Roast and Toast, visit
MontfordGetsSchooled.com.
Learn more about the Capital
Chapter ,of FPRA at FPRA-
Capital.org.


Deadline for

News & Ads

Monday at Noon


Race Information & Records
Location: Loudon, N.H.
Race Time: 1 pm ET, Sept. 16th
Qualifying Record: Rusty Wallace 132.089 - 2000
Race Record: Jeff Burton 117.134 - 1997
Track Statistics & History
Turns / Straights: 120 / 20
Distance: 1.058 miles
Shape: Oval
Last Year's Winner: Kevin Harvick
The Chase for the NEXTEL Cup begins
S. this week with the Sylvania 300 at New
Hampshire International Speedway. New
Hampshire International Speedway has
become New England's NASCAR mecca
for drivers and fans of the sport that travel
S here from all over the country to attend
races. The two Nextel Cup Series races at NHIS, also
known as "The Magic Mile", are the largest spectator
sporting events in New England with over 100,000 guests
in attendance at each race. Located near Loudon, the
Speedway is about one hour from Boston, two hours from
Portland, Maine, and Providence, R.I., and is easily
,accessible from Vermont and Canada.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ON AN ORDINANCE CHANGING

THE USE OF LAND

CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA

The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt an ordinance affecting the use of
land by amending the Calhoun County Comprehensive Plan to approve a Future Land Use Map Amendment
and revisions to the Future Land Use Element. This amendment will change approximately 312 acres located
off Highway 287 and Shelton Road, Boggs Grade Road and Porter Grade Road, from Agriculture to Mixed Use
Rural Residential Land Use and Neighborhood Commercial, 105 acres, from Agriculture to Conservation and
maintain 154 acres as Agriculture Land Use, including passive and active open space and active facility based
recreational uses. This land use change would allow the property to be developed at 2 units per acre, the
development proposes 624 new housing units and 479,160 square feet of commercial construction. The
property is 571 acres, located in S.ections 21, 22, 27 and 28, Township 1 North, Range 10 West. This
proposed Land Use amendment will allow for the SKY Planned Unit Development (PUD).

ORDINANCE NO. 2007-08
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ADOPTING A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, AS REQUIRED BY CHAPTER 163, FLORIDA
STATUTES, DESIGNED TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP AND GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND
POLICIES OF THE FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT, AUTHORIZING THE TRANSMITTAL OF THE
AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL
OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.






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The Calhoun County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the
Amendment on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2007, at 3:00 P.M., in the Commission
Meeting Room to consider recommendations to the Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners regarding the Amendment. The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing on the ordinance for adoption of the
Amendment, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2007, at 5:00 P.M. in the Commission
Meeting Room. A copy of said ordinances may be inspected by the public at the Office
of the Calhoun County Clerk of Court.

Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect
to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will need a record of these
proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
September, 12, 2007


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007, Page 12"


Food pantry will be
open on Saturday
Blountstown Church of
the Nazarene will be opening
Manna Ministries Food
Pantry on Saturday,
September 15, from 1:00 to
3:00 p.m. Anyone needing
assistance with food items is
welcome to participate.
The church is located
diagonally across from
Calhoun/Liberty Hospital at
17826 NE Crozier St.,
Blountstown. It's the orange
brick building with the white
steeple.

Magnolia Baptist
homecoming set
Magnolia Baptist Church
will have their homecoming
celebration on Sunday,
September 16th. Blue
Shades of Grass will be per-
forming beginning at 10:00
a.m. Former pastor Michael
Sullivan will be bringing the
morning message. A covered
dish lunch will follow the
worship service.
Rev. John Kusnierz and
his congregation invite every-
one to come and enjoy the
blessings of the Lord. The
church is located at 16448
NW Magnolia Church Road
off Hwy. 71 N. For more
information call 762-8342.

Jehovah's Witnesses
Assembly planned


Exemplary in Meeting God's
Requirements." These talks
are timely because the majore-
ity of mankind today refuse
to acknowledge God, so it is
necessary for Christians to
stay on track and keep their
Christian goals in mind.
A featured speaker will be
Manny Balbutin, a traveling
representative of the
Watchtower Bible and Tract
Society. He will give the dis-
course entitled, "Remain
Firmly Set in the Truth"
based on 2 Peters 1:12.
Balbutin helps us to see what
is required to give God Glory
and how we benefit as
Christians for doing so.
What does it mean to glori-
fy God? You won't want to
miss this exciting two-day
program that answers this
question and encourages all
Christians, young and old to


The family of Junior Hurst
would like to express their
thanks for all the wonderful
food, flowers, phone calls,
visits and prayers. Junior
was a wonderful husband
and father who loved his fam-
ily dearly.
Junior had a long, difficult
journey with his illness, but
we know he dwells in a better
place now where there is no
more pain, sorrow or grief.
He joined his heavenly Father
on August 23, 2007. We will
all miss him greatly and one
day we will meet again.


The local congregation of The Hurst Family
Jehovah's Witnesses would
like to invite you to attend a
two-day Assembly on The family of Mrs. Louise
September 15 - 16 at the Womack Hall would like to
Marina Civic Center in express their heartfelt appre-
Panama City. The theme of ciation for the many acts of
the Assembly is, "Do All kindness shown to us during
Things for God's Glory" (1 the death of our Mom. May
Cor. 10:31). God continue to bless each of
Since Jehovah deserves to you.
be gloried the Assembly will Rodney & Minnie
provide satisfying answers to Johnson, Leonard & Diane
the following questions. How Hall, J.D. and Ruth Hall
do we glorify Jehovah? What
challenges are some facing in The family of John W.
this regard? And What bless- Hatcher, would like to thank
ings come to those who glori- � everyone who came by with
fy God now? kind words, food, or called to
The ovwers-ei for this dis- let us know that we were in
inCt, Leslie Jones, will speak 'their prayers. There is not
onr the subjects "Why Give way we can ever express our
God Glory?" and "Be gratitude for all the kindness


remain strong in their faith.
The program will start at 10
a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
There is no admission charge
and no collections are taken.

Gospel singers are
needed on Sept. 22
Calling all gospel singers!!
On September 22nd, Oak
Ridge Freewill Holiness
Church is have a gospel sing
from 12:00 noon until in
Grand Ridge.
If interested in joining in
for the gospel sing, please
contact Barbara Owens at
674-2528 or Carmen
Yeomans at 639-0474.
Plates will also be sold for
$5 each with proceeds
toward the purchase of , a
larger tent for a church.


we were shown, the prayers
that were sent our way, and
the outpouring of love from
everyone, during the time of
our loss.
Thanks'to Dr. Bristol and
staff for taking care of "Pa"
John, and seeing to it that
Mama was okay. Special
thanks to Sheila Blackburn,
Sandra Watson, Jeremy
Watson, Matt Vincent, Aileen
Cataldo and Sherry Tipton
for helping, at the house and
keeping things going smooth-
ly. Thanks to Debbie and
Marlon Peavy for all your
love, support and true friend-
ship during a difficult time in
our lives. The plants and
flower arrangements were
beautiful and the service was
perfect for our Daddy. Rev.
Tom Stallworth did a wonder-
ful job in capturing the per-
son our Daddy was. If you
knew our "Pa" John you were
most likely teased by him at
one time or another or maybe
even fussed at a little if you
weren't doing things just like
he thought you should. He
was a man with a mind of his
own and he made no apolo-
gies for it. We will miss our
"Pa" until the day we are able
to see him again, he gave us
love and was loved! ."
Evelyn, Mike, Jerry, Zack,
Debbie and families


Cypress knee carver Margo Sumner among featured artists


Art show to open Friday at


Veterans Memorial, Bristol


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Who says you can't find
cultural events in the
Apalachicola River valley? If
you're in the mood for some-
thing interesting .to do, make
your way over to Liberty
County Friday as the local
Arts Council opens their 4th
Annual Art Show at the
Veterans Memorial Civic
Center on Hwy. 12 South in
Bristol.
The free event is open 9
a.m. to 7 'p.m. Friday, then
again on Saturday, Sept. 15,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Sunday, Sept. 16, from 4 to 7
p.m., Monday, Sept. 17, and
Tuesday, Sept. 18, from 9
a.m. to 7 p.m. (all times
Eastern).
Among the featured artists
is Margo Sumner, owner of
Bloomin' Haus in Bristol,
who has added cypress knee
carving to her repertoire of
talents.
Sumner says she beganr
working with cypress knees
about a year ago after an
uncle . in North Carolina
needed some for an Indian
chief friend who carved them.
She and her husband sent
him a truckload of the wood
and he thanked them with a
carved piece he typically sells
for $1100. "I looked at it and
thought, 'I could do this.'"
So, she went to her barn,
gave it a try, and a year later
she has an array of beautiful
pieces, ranging from Mary
with baby Jesus, to a pelican,
Santas, angels, and more.
"I will try just about any-
thing," she says. "I get the
cypress knees down in the
Blue Creek swamp so they're
local. Me and my husband go
out in the woods and hunt
the ones that strike us. It's
sort of a family affair."
Sumner's pieces sell for
between $100 to $250. Be
sure to check out her display
at the art show this week.
For more information, call
Babs Moran at 643-5491 or
Becky Brown at 379-8456.


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Legal


Adve r tisements


Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORI-
DA,
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY
Case No:07-07-221-CA
JOSEPH V. BARKER and wife,
MARY H. BARKER,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
MICHAEL E. BYRD,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MICHAEL E. BYRD,
Address, residence and
domicile unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Complaint to
Foreclose has been filed in the above styled
case.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to file your written
defenses with the Clerk of Court and serve a
copy to the Respondent's or the Respondent's
attorney, J. DAVID HOUSE, 16865 S.E. River
Street, Blountstown, Florida 32424, on or before
September 15, 2007, otherwise a Default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.


DATED this 28th day of August, 2007.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
September 5, 12, 2007

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 07-54PR,
IN RE: MARY LOUISE GILL
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 administration of
the Estate of MARY LOUISE GILL, deceased,
File Number 07-54PR, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate
Division, 20859 Central Ave., Blountstown, FL
32424, the address of which is the Calhoun
County Courthouse, Blountstown, Florida. The
Personal Representative of the Estate is TRACI
ELIZABETH BURRELL, 422 W. Magnolia
Avenue, Johnson, Tennessee 37604. 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 written 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
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.
DATED this 10th day of September, 2007
TRACI ELIZABETH BURRELL
Personal Rep. of the Estate of
Mary Louise Gill
J. DAVID HOUSE


16865 S.E. RIVER STREET
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424
(850) 674-5481
FLORIDA BAR #282359
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REP.
September 12, 19. 2007

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORI-
DA,
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY
Case No:07-07-220-CA
CLEVE FRANKLIN FLEMING, SR.
and wife, JUNE DELMAR FLEMING,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
HARRY GOODWIN and
DELORES PING,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DELORES PING
Address, residence and
domicile unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that. a Complaint to
Foreclose has been filed in the above styled


case.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to file your written
defenses with the Clerk of Court and serve a
copy to the Respondent's or the Respondent's
attorney, J. DAVID HOUSE, 16865 S.E. River
Street, Blountstown, Florida 32424, on or before
September 19, 2007, otherwise a Default will be


entered against you for the relief demanded in.
the Complaint.
DATED this 28th day of August, 2007.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK'
September 12, 19, 2007.


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1990 Chevrolet High Top
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$2500.00. Call Dave Gibbs at 850-
643-6258.
1999 Toyota Tacoma 4X4, regular
cab, 4 cylinder, 5 speed, air, tow
package, rear sliding window, bedlin-
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$4995.00. Call Dave Gibbs at 850-
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Deposit required. All utilities includ-
ed. NO PETS. Also RV for rent
and/or sale. Call 674-7616.
2 bedroom mobile home, nice loca-
tion near school., in Bristol. Call 643-
7569.
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.
(1) bedroom, one bath small
house. Ideal as a starter home.
CH/A. Deposit plus $450/mo. Call
(850) 562-5033.

FOR SALE
2006 Harley Davidson Road King,
black in color, like new, extreme low
mileage, $15,500. Call 674-4364
Single turning plow with blade for
garden tractor, like new, $100; (2)-
25 x 12-9 knobby rear 4 wheel tires,
$50; 18 inch Craftsman chain saw,
and another one for parts, $50; elec-
--trie hedge-trimmer; $20-- Call 674-
6242.
Utility trailer, 15" tires, $450 OBO;
2003 28' Norton enclosed cargo trail-


OPS MOSQUITO TRUCK / ULV SPRAY OPERATOR
JOB DESCRIPTION
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
This is skilled work involving the operation of a vehicle with a
moderately complex insecticide dispersal unit. Duties also include
performing surveillance work, dealing with the public and documenting
activities on various forms.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
* Operation of a mosquito control vehicle equipped with an ultra low
volume fogging unit.
* Disperse insecticides in residential and rural areas of the county. This
activity is performed on an "as needed" basis resulting from
surveillance data information and/or citizen complaints.
* Completes vehicle and ULV maintenance checks as needed.
* Handles and disperses insecticide and larvacide in accordance with
State and Federal pesticide safety regulations and operates equipment,
to maximize the control of adult mosquitoes.
* Services truck and equipment with gasoline, oil, and insecticide.
* Wash's truck and equipment with soap and water nightly.
* Additional duties as requested.'
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Requires high school diploma or
equivalent.. Must be able to read, write and apply pest control
principles, follow oral instructions, lift heavy objects or equipment in
excess of 30 lbs. Must possess a thorough knowledge of the populated
areas of Calhoun County. "Must possess a valid Florida Driver's
License and a favorable driving record.
WORK HOURS:
This' is an OPS position working 20-30 hours per week at a rate of
$9.00 per hour. Work hours will be from dusk to midnight 4-5 nights per
week. Mosquito spraying usually occurs between the months of March
- October. Other duties throughout the year may be required.
CONTACT;
Complete a State of Florida Application:
"http://www.fldfs.com/Administration/State Application.doc"
Return to: Calhoun County Health Department
19611 SR 20 West
Blountstown, FL 32424
Closing date: 9/20/07
Contact: Michael DeVuyst - 850-674-5645 EXT: 237
September 12, 19. 2007


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"The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance


16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDDITTY 711 '
Equal Housing Opportunity
er, insulated, heated and cooled,
excellent condition, $6,000 OBO;
1997 Belarus 55 HP tractor with
bucket loader, 7' landscape rake,
box blade and hay spear included,
$8,000 OBO. Call 674-7168.
Maternity clothes, size large, good
condition includes 8 pants, 6 tops, all
for $35. Call 762-8137.
"2002 Harley Road King, Bassani
exhaust, cruise control, custom fac-
tory paint set, theft alarm, custom
seat, beautiful, runs great,
$14,000.00 060. Call 643-4626 or
447-2593-
Fifth wheel - fixed mount for $80 or
best offer. Call 674-1740 and leave
message.
Heavy duty 5 ft. box blade, $300.
Call 674-1719..
ATV for sale. 2005 Yamaha Bruin
350 automatic 2 WD - $2200. Will
soon need a set of tires, and there
are some-minor cracks on the body
panels and seat. Located at 20615
NE Parrish ' Lake Road in
Blountstown. Call 674-1876 or 674-
5625 if interested.


DRIVERS
USA
READYMIX
Now hiring Class A&B CDL
Ready Mix drivers.
Excellent benefits and wages.
Apply in person
17501 Saw Mill Rd
Blountstown, FL
850-674-8655
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JUBILEE
BUILDERS
Affordable homes built on your land.
Call for Current Promotions (334) 678-8401
jubileebuilders.com
6885 US Hwy 231 South Dothan, Alabama 36301


FREE
Free Piano. Upright piano, all keys
work, needs tuning. Call 674-5399.

FREE PETS
(9) very cute puppies free to good
homes. Part rottweiler and hound
mix, wormed, ready by October 3.
Call 762-2433.
Free kittens to a good home. Gray,
fuzzy, really cute. Call Jennifer at
643-7264 or 674-2226.
Free kittens to a good home. Call
674-8081 or 643-1594.
Free to a good home, Boston
Terrier, male, 10 years old. Call 674-
1443 or 643-7758.

JOB OPPORTUNITY
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED. No
CDL! No Problem! Earn up to
$900/wk. Home weekends with
TMC. Company endorsed CDL
Training. 1-866-280-5309.

MOBILE HOMES
1996 Jacobson 28' x 60' dou-
blewide trailer, 4 bedroom, 2 bath
with study. Includes all appliances
and 2 pressure treated porches.
Great condition! Must be moved,
$30,000. Call 762-9333.\


SERVICES
HANDYMAN!!!
PAINTING, CARPENTRY, PRES-
SURE WASHING, REPAIRS
Free Estimates & Discounts.
LLC & Insured!!
Call ALLEN McCLELLAN AT
850-625-9348 or 850-762-8498

YARD SALES
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 until at
Hwy. 69 N., 3rd house past Civic
Center on right. Queen size
waterbed w/sheets, 3 motorcycle
helmets, women's clothes, men's
western' jeans, work pans, boy
clothes, size 12 mos. - 3 years and
tops and lots more. Call 674-8616.
Altha moving sale Saturday, 8 a.m.
- 4 p.m. at 24849 NW White Pond
Circle, north from Hwy. 274 at
Shelton's Corner on Hwy 73 to 73B
then 1/2 mile to first stop sign to
White Pond Circle, .3 mile around
circle to a red and white block
entrance. some furniture, microwave
and stand, book shelves, metal stor-
age shelf unit, kitchen ware, dishes
and much more. Rain or Shine. Call
762-8149.
Yard sale Saturday, 17196 NW.
Angle St. Household items, table
and six chairs, ladies shoes, size 6-
10; men's underwear 34-38; dresses
for ladies, shorts, and blouses. Call
674-8564.


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They Can Go On-Line For
A Look At What's In This
Week's County Record
www.thecountyrecord.net.
Updated Every Friday


NOW and See What You've Been Missing
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5x10...$20 Per Month
10x10...$35 Per Month
10x20...$70 Per Month
10x25...$90 Per Month
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For A Friendli Quote Call
674-5333
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Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Educational Paraprofessional - TMH Program
BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
*Terms of Employment: 10 months
* Salary: Range: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
and Experience
*Qualifications: AA Degree or appropriate certification
* Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent
located;in the Courthouse. Completed applications should
be returned to the School Board Office by 12:00 noon,
September 12, 2007.
*Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Duane Barber, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or. marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
September 12, 2007


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Trawick donates new


wheels to Westside VFD

Members of the Westside Volunteer Fire Department recently received a generous
gift from Trawick Construction: a 1999 Ford brush and rescue truck. According to
new fire chief, Doug Harrell, the donation was arranged by Jack Commander.
"Police Chief Glenn Kimbrel helped us arrange for ACI to paint the truck and the
Florida Division of Forestry gave us the skid unit for it," says Harrell. "McDougald's
BP helped us out with some tires." Chief Harrell commends former Westside Chief
Wayne White for doing all the work to make the donation possible. "Wayne White
bird dogged it for the last year," he remarks, adding that White is on a leave of
absence, but will return to his post. The truck has already made a difference in the
community. "In the week irs been in service, it's already helped us stop a brush fire
we probably wouldn't have been able to stop before with just our one truck," Harrell
reports. "We were able to attack it from both sides." The Westside VFD is in need of
more volunteers and Chief Harrell invites anyone interested to join. Contact him at
674-7535. Pictured above with the new truck are (from left) Brad Clark, Matthew
Clark, Hunter Clark, Doug and Patti Harrell, Jim and Rita Pruitte, and Tony Money.



Senior Citizens plan trip to see

"Swamp Gravy" on October 27


The Calhoun County Sr.
Citizens Swamp Gravy trip
has' been rescheduled for
Saturday, October 27th.
There are only 10 tickets left.
Cost is $59 per person.
Don't miss this one - Silver


Springs on December 14, 15
& 16. Cost is $199 per per-
son, double occupancy or
$259 per person, single occu-
pancy.
We are currently booking a
trip to New Orleans for the


last week in January. Details
will be available next week.
We anticipate this trip selling
out, so book your spaces
now. If interested in any of
these trips, please call Nancy
at 674-4163.


Next meeting planned Oct. 5


Calhoun County Retired


Educators receive awards


Members of the Calhoun
County Retired Educators
Association met for their tra-
ditional Covered Dish
Luncheon Friday, September
7, at 11:00 a.m. in the
Recreational Hall of the First
United Methodist Church in
Blountstown. Seventeen
members attended this spe-
cial event. Pres. Jessie Mae
Price presided.
After Pres. Price welcomed
the group, Johnnie Mae
Whitley read a beautiful
Psalm which stressed this
thought, "Wait on the Lord."
She closed with a Prayer. The
group recited the Pledge of
Allegiance.
Opening ceremonies over,
Jessie Mae got down to busi-
ness. She displayed 2
awards presented to the
Calhoun County unit at the
FREA Annual Assembly and
Convention in Miami May 31,

Pancakes and
sausage at the
Lodge Saturday
Attention: Pancake
Breakfast Eatersl
The regular Eastern-Star
sponsored Pancake and
Sausage Breakfast will be
held Saturday, September
15th, from 7 to 9 a.m. at the
Calhoun County Airport.
As usual, the Pancake and
Sausage Breakfast will cost
only 44.00 for "All You Can
Eat." ,
Enjoy a tasty breakfast of
pancakes with syrup,
sausage, ice-cold orange
juice, and coffee will be
served at the Airport.
We'll look for you
Saturday, September 16, at
the Calhoun County Airport,
Highway 71N.


SUBSCRIBE

TODAY!
Call 674-5041


2007. Awards: (1) Certificate
of Recognition "for support
and promotion of the Florida
Retired Educators
Foundation and (2) Unit
Membership Certificate for
increasing the unit member-
ship.
She made several
announcements: (1) The
District 2 meeting will be in
Monticello on October 2. If
you plan to attend, please
make your reservation with
Jessie Mae. (2) A new
Scholarship program has
been adopted in Calhoun
County. this plan does not
interfere with this unit's
plan. (3) The Yearbooks will
be ready in October. (4) The
October 5th meeting will fea-


ture "Show and Tell" sessiori
- sounds interesting. (5) The
December meeting will be the
Christmas program present-
ed by Mrs. Cathy Kimbrel's
excellent singers. -Cookied
and punch for everyone;
Gifts for nursing home
patients.
Last, but not least-
Luncheon was served!
Everyone enjoyed the deli:
cious "goodies" the members
had brought and had been
"drooling over."
Nancy Durham and Jessie
Mae Price took care of setting
up the tables.
The next meeting will be
October 5th.
See you in October for 1
Show and Tell".


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Leather, Loaded, #8713001................. ......... 18 468 2001 3U
05 FORD EXPLORER XLT $ I 876 LESAB
Leather, 4x4, 3rd Row, #9004285........................
04 FORD F-150 XLT i 8 6 Power P
Crew Cab, CD, #9004316 ................................ 9$- W8W Sharp
05 MERCURY MARINER PREMIER l
Leather. Low Miles, #9004312 ..........................$19 268
05 CHEVY 1500 HD $21,768
Crew Cab, Bedliner, 9004208...................... 76
07 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB $ d2 A, l
Less Than 10K Miles, P9004309....................... $2 A 86 8 ,11_
06 JEEP WRANGLER LIMITED
Automatic, V-6, 9004311.........................$23.....468 W
04 CHEVY 1500 Z-71 C.f J)
Extended Cab, Leather, #9004331 .................. $23,268 W #
05 FORD EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUER $
3rd Row, Keyless Entry, #9004337................... $23,fv7 W8
05 FORD F-150 SUPERCAB A
FX4, Leather, Sharp, #9004257 .......................... $25, 268
04 FORD F-250 LARIAT EXT. CAB . A
Diesel, Nice , #9004318.................................... $26,p 468
05 CHEVY TAHOE LT 4x4 C 7 6 8
Leather, Sunroof, #9004317............................. . . . $ 2 7
05 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT 1 -- - AA ,
3rd Row. Warranty, #9004224................................... $ 8 4 6
06 SILVERADO 3500 LT EXT. CA.B 4x4 1, 6
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03 CADILLAC DEVILLE DTS
Heated Seats, Clean, #9004296 .......................... 9 268
04 CADILLAC DEVILLE DTS f 0
Sunroof, 100,000 Mile Warranty, #9004162........ $2 9
07 CADILLAC C5TS$ 2 9a6
Leather, Loaded, #9004297 ....................... 3
07 CADILLAC DTS
Loaded. SUper Clean! #9004288 .................... 9 9 9
PREOWNED CARS
03 SATURN L200 $8, 468L
Automatic, Power Pkg., #8711001........ ................ 9
05 CHEVY CAVALIER $9 ,A4 6
4 Door, Automatic, #9004286 .................................
06 CHEVY AVEO LS $ 10 6
Great Gas Mileage, #9004289..........................$... Vf
03 PONTIAC GRAND AM S T &k
Sunroof, Leather, #9004283 .........................
07 FORD FOCUS ZX4 11, 68
Warranty, SHarp,#9004294..................................$ -9
06 CHEVY COBALT LS COUPE 11
Automatic, Under 10K Miles, #8665001.................. $ l 9
06 DODGE STRATUS ..................
Power Pkg., Great On Gas, #9004340........... $ 16
07 FORD TAURUS SE RT B
Warranty, #9004319 ....................................... $ 1
07 DODGE CALIBER SXT f 1
Power Pkg., Great On Gas, #9004299............... $ 1 9
06 BUICK LACROSSE CX . 1 A, ft
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CALHOUN COUNTY
Sept. 3: Jeromy King, DWLSR; Ricky Davis, possession of less than 20
grams marijuana, drug paraphernalia; Greg Couch, VOP; Elton Pilts,
DWLSR
Sept. 4: Greg Pierce, VOP; Eugene Egler, fraudulent use of credit card,
exploitation of elderly person
Sept. 5: Billy Gaskin, VOP; Damian Aguilar, no valid DL; Erking Mathis,
sentenced from court
Sept. 6: Josie Kilby, DWLSR/habitual; Kenneth Rives, writ of attach-
ment/non-support
Sept. 7: Anderson Moore, aggravated assault
Sept. 8: Lillie Middlebrooks, FTA
Sept. 9: Brian Harmon, battery; Sara S. Simmons, VOP
Sept. 10: Shelia Simmons, DWLSR with knowledge
LIBERTY COUNTY
Sept. 4: Curtis Lee Harris, VOP
Sept. 5: Charles A. Sewell, DUI
Sept. 6: Josie Kilby, holding for CCSO; Ricky Price, PWBC
Sept. 7: John Shuler, battery on civil code officer; Brenda Richard, DUI
refusal; Johnie Arnold, serving weekends; Juan Maoldonado, serving
five days; Jose Marquez, serving five days; Francisco Pedro, serving
10 days; Joquin Jimenez, serving 30 days; John Miller, serving 180
days
Sept. 8: Sherri Hall, DWLSR, obstruction by disguise; Lillie Mae
Middlebrooks, holding for CCSO ,
Sept. 9: Tracy Pullam, lewd and lascivious molestation, sexual battery,
contributing to delinquency of a minor
Sept. 10: Sara.Yon Simmons, holding for CCSO
The above IndMduals were booked Into the Calhoun or LUbely County
Jail over the past weeLk Although they have been charged with a
crime, they are considered Innocent until proven guilty.


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