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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2007 0 101st Year, No. 6 N BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 0 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


DEVELOPMENT







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-BY KELLI PEACOCK
:New Editor
It appears over 600 new
;homesites will be coming to
:Calhoun County after the
:local planning commission
:gave the thumbs up last
:Tuesday afternoon.
The planning commission
- which is comprised of the
:five county commissioners -
:unanimously approved the
*land use changes necessary
-for the Sky development
.project to proceed. The
;amendment to the land use
;plan consists of changing
:312 acres off Hwy. 287 and
-Shelton, Boggs Grade, and
-Porter Grade roads from
:agriculture to mixed use
:rural residential and neigh-
.borhood commercial.
-Another 105 acres was con-
�verted from agriculture to
:conservation, while 154
:acres will remain agricul-
. ture. The change allows for
-two units to be developed
See SKY, page 6

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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun County School Board
members voted 3-2 Tuesday night to
consolidate Blountstown and Altha
high schools into a new countywide
facility.
The decision came after close to
two years of researching, studying,
and debating the issue.
"It's time to come together, it's
time to, stop being fragmented,"
School Board member Grant
Williams from district 1, who voted
for consolidation, told the standing-


room only crowd in the courtroom.
'This can be a community school."
District 2 Board member Kelly
King voted against the measure. "I
think it's completely irresponsible for
this board to sit up here and made a.
decision without all the facts," King
stated.
Danny Hassig, the Board member
from district 5, who voted in favor of
consolidation, responded, "It's irre-
sponsible of us not to do the best
thing for these children...we're still a
rural school in a rural county with
maybe a graduating class of 125."
District 3 Board member Tim


to consoli action
Smith, who voted "no", said he was Superintendent Mary Sue Neves
torn. "I will do what the people I rep- advised a site committee will be
resent want me to do, but my per- appointed to locate available proper-
sonal feelings are probably differ- ties across the county in excess of 40
ent," he remarked, adding he felt the acres that might be suitable for the
matter should go to a public vote. new countywide high school. She
Board Chairman Willie Brown, said available infrastructure and
who represents district 4, voted "yes" road conditions would be taken into
to consolidation. He urged the com- consideration, along with other fac-
munity and board to put their differ- tors, in determining the best possi-
ences aside and move forward. "We ble location.
as a board need to make it work, not The School Board recently voted
pick it apart and try to make it a fail- to levy an additional two mills on
ure," he stressed. property taxes, making the district
The location of the new high eligible for millions of dollars in spe-
school has not yet been determined. cial facilities funding.


LIBERTY COUNTY CELEBRATES


* .5-


SI,


Homecoming was celebrated last week in
Liberty County with a down home theme.
At left, Marcus Gowan and Tesso Ford
were crowned Mr. and Miss LCHS at coro-
nation and reigned over festivities. Above,
Barbara Singletary, shown with her grand-
children, was the grand marshal of
Friday's homecoming parade. For more
highlights, turn to page 8.


FAMILY FUN _
Lt. Adam Terry is
Sh e f g with one of the c(
show t-shirts that
Sal colors. All proc
go to the Christm
antique, hot rod show theChildren Pr
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. It
Registration is from 8 to 10 a.m. with awards beginning 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 most entries.
This is an open car show and is free to spectators. All proceeds will
benefit the Christmas for the Children project sponsored each year by
the Calhoun County Sheriffs Office. See CAR SHOW, page 7
- ~~~See CAR SHOW, page 7 I^^^^


ACCIDENT


Local boy struck by


car on South Pear St.
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Blountstown boy was fortunate to sustain only minor
injuries after being struck by a car on South Pear Street
Friday afternoon.
According to the Blountstown Police Department, eight-
year-old Austin Terry was playing in front of his home when
he dashed from behind a parked vehicle and ran into the
path of a 2003 Lincoln driven by Fran Mayo, 82. Mayo was
unable to brake before striking Terry. The boy was taken to
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, treated and released.


I. I,
I.


ARREST


BPD


officer


charged
From the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement
An officer with the
Blountstown Police
Department faces criminal
charges following an investi-
gation by the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE). After
.a warrant was issued for his
arrest, Charles Bender, 52,
was arrested without inci-
dent last Tuesday. He was
booked into the Calhoun *
County Jail, then trans-
ferred Thursday to Jackson
County.
The allegations that
prompted the investigation
came from a
juvenile in
the Police
program,
who dis-
closed the
information
to a teacher,
which- was
required by
Florida CHARLES BENDER
Statute to
report the allegation. The
Blountstown Police,
Department was notified,
and Chief Glen Kimbrel
requested that the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement conduct an
investigation into the allega-
tions.
that Bender engaged in an
inappropriate sexual rela-
tionship with the juvenile
over a two-month period. An
additional juvenile victim
was identified through the
course of the investigation
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BHS celebrating a century of excellence





Talent show Saturday night


The 100th birthday cele-
bration of Blountstown High
School continues with a com-
munity talent show "The Way
We Were" set for Saturday,
Oct. 13, at 6:30 p.m. in the
BHS Auditorium.
The event will feature
music, dancing, skits, and
plenty of reminiscing. An
alumni band, two alumni
choral groups, and several
cheerleader groups are
scheduled to perform.
Tickets are $5 and can be
purchased in advance at the
school or that evening at the
door.
All profits from this
evening are going to be
donated to the restoration
project for the "old log cabin"
that served the needs of our
school and community for so
many years. Donations for


N /A Century Of Excellence
this. worthwhile restoration follows:
will also be collected that Spirit Activities-all week
evening. For more informa- Mega Relay-Monday
tion, e-mail Coronation-Tuesday after-
bhsl00years@yahoo. com or noon
call BHS at 850-674-5724. Tigers' Growl-Thursday
Homecoming week gets afternoon
underway Monday, Oct. 15, Parade-Friday @ 1:00 p.m.
and runs through Friday, Football game-BHS vs.
Oct. 19. The schedule is as Bozeman-Friday


M" I____ _ I-
Former Blountstown Tiger football coach Ted Cooper is set to be recognized, along with his former
players, during the talent show at BHS Saturday night. If you played for Coach Cooper, make plans to
attend. Coach Cooper is pictured above giving instructions to 1955 Tiger captains (from left) Doug
Peacock and Richard Leath.

LETTR TOTHE DITO


owners. In my spirit I did not
feel she truly felt that way
and would do, the opposite
once elected. So, I ran as an
alternative in an effort to
educate people on this issue,
and of many rules, practices,
and procedures I felt unjust
in the school system.
It is ironic to me that when
both Superintendent Neves
and I ran for the office of
Superintendent of Schools in
2004 in the General election,
we both had the same vision.
We both stated numerous
times at the county-wide
debate, in written literature,
and in people's living rooms


CALHOUN COUNTY
Sept. 28: Lee Davis, domestic battery
Oct. 1: Antawn Siber, possession of less than 20 grams mar-
ijuana, drug paraphernalia
Oct. 2: Kevin Hansford, uttering; Charles Bender, battery, two
counts unlawful sexual activity with certain minor
Oct. 3: Frederick McCormick, VOP
Oct. 4: Seantwon Haire, violation of injunction
Oct. 5: Bryant Washington, domestic battery; Roman Simon
Chavez, DUI
Oct. 7: Albert Milton, VOP
Oct. 8: Tracy Barton, VOP, Franklin Co.; Jorge Rodriguez,
aggravated battery with deadly weapon
LIBERTY COUNTY
Sept. 29: Douglas Michael McLean, impersonating a police
officer, attached tag not assigned
Oct. 2: Chad Dalton, domestic battery
Oct. 3: Rex Kersey, VOP/Madison Co.; Robert Kersey,
VOP/Calhoun Co., introduction of contraband, into county jail,
possession of drug paraphernalia, controlled substance
Oct. 5: Johnathan Roberts, serving weekends; Clyde Todd,
serving weekends; Joquin Jeminez, serving weekends; Cuyler
Engram, serving weekends;

The above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun or Uberty
County Jail over the past week. Although they have been charged
with a crime, they are considered Innocent until proven guilty.





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that we were against closing,
consolidation, and relocation
of our schools. I have always
stated that Calhoun County
had the obligation and ability
to make each school that we
have the very best it-can be in
all areas. I realize the impor-
tance of a school's location in
a community and the value of
the community and the
school working hand-in-hand
to support each other.
Most of all, I have valued
the fact that even though we
are in. a small county, we
have provided our students
and parents a viable choice of
where the student would
thrive best in the school of
their choice. Many times I
have seen students , from
Blountstown High School,
who had problems either
with the law, their peers, or
with academics, transfer to
Altha High School and fit into
the smaller rural school set-
ting, thrive and excel because
they were afforded a second'
chance to start over with a
clean slate of new teachers,
new friends, new activities,
and establish a new and
improved reputation, which
is so important for youth at
that age. I have also seen the
same occur when a student
did not fit in at Altha High
and did not excel, but once
they transferred to a larger
school setting at
Blountstown High they found
their niche and thrived on the
atmosphere of new friends,
teachers, and extracurricular
activities.
Furthermore, I have wit-
nessed adults who have not
been satisfied at one high
school be able to transfer to
the other either as teacher,
staff, coach, bus driver,
lunchroom, maintenance and
janitorial worker, and become
a satisfied and thus more
productive employee for the
school system.
In closing down the two
high schools, consolidating
and relocating them, we are
going to lose these alternative
choices. They are going to be
taken away from the stu-
dents, families, and school
employees. In a larger coun-
ty, the consolidation of two
schools would not be as
diminishing to school choice,
because there would be many
other high schools to choose
from.
For example, in Jackson
County, with the consolida-
tion of Grand Ridge and
Sneads High School, the stu-
dents/parents had and still
have the alternative choices
of Malone High School,
Marianna High School,
Cottondale High School, and
Graceville High School. Our
school board will offer no
viable alternatives for our
children, parents, and
employees.
In closing down two high
schools and relocating, there
will be LESS jobs in Calhoun
county in the schools. Less
principals, less teachers, less
custodians, less lunchroom
workers, less bus drivers. It
won't be one-half of what it is
now, but it will be even less
because they will need less.
For a larger county, like Palm


See LETTER, page 11


Members of the BHS Glee Club under Myrtle Blair's instruction will reunite for the talent show Saturday.
Pictured above are students in the 1951 Glee Club.

Frances Price shares memories


Glee Club reunites for show


BY FRANCES PRICE

One of my favorite memo-
ries of Blountstown High
School has to do with our
music teacher, Mrs. Myrtle
Blair. Not only did she teach
us the mystery of reading
music and actually singing in
parts, but she opened our
small worlds (mine was only
about 20 miles in diameter)
to include almost the whole
state of Florida. "Breathe
from your diaphragm" she
would say.: "Girls, get those
high notes out of. your
throats and up into your
heads like this, na-na-na-na-
na-a-a-a." Or, "Frances, why
don't you sing alto with Syble
and Ruby Lee. Laverne can
carry the sopranos."
A few times when our
"Glee Club" was good enough
to win a superior rating at
District Music Festival, she
and Uncle Dan Whitehead
would load us all up-boys
and girls, no chaperones-on
a school bus and drive us to
All-State competition in
Tampa-to Clermont, Winter
Haven, Lake Wales to the
Citrus Tower, Rainbow
Springs, the Bok Tower,
Spook Hill and Silver
Springs-to a whole different
world of lights, neon signs
and indoor plumbing. Past
miles and miles of citrus
groves and roadside stands
with signs which read "All the
Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice
You Can Drink: 10 Cents.".
Boy, did they lose money on
us.
How special was it to. have
money in our pockets to buy
hamburgers and ice cream
and Coca-Cola. (This was
before McDonalds.) Where
did we get that money since
hardly any of our families'
budgets could afford such
extravagance?
WE EARNED IT!
Several weeks before the
music festival, Mrs. Blair
would solicit money for gas
for the bus and for Uncle
Dan's driving services from
the town merchants, elected
officials, and even from "Mr.
Pick." Then she would get on
the telephone to the town
ladies. "Virginia, don't you
need your flower beds
cleaned out?" "I have just the
'people who can do it for you."
"Clara, don't your windows
need washing?" "My girls
need to earn some money."
"Geri, can my girls come
clean for you and polish your
furniture?" "Lucille, don't
you need help with your
spring cleaning?" "Mildred,
can my girls do some babysit-
ting for you?" "Alberta, my
boys will be happy to push-


mow that lawn for you and
clip your shrubbery." "Sure,
they can pull those weeds
and spade up your flower
beds, Kate." On and on she
would cajole until we had all
reached our quotas.
Also, several weeks prior
to the trip, we girls in Home
Ec would be busy sewing the
identical dresses we were to
perform in, if our moms were
not adept seamstresses.
Then, our dresses were all
-hemmed exactly 14" from the
floor, with our 'shoes on, of
.course. How neat and fin-


See GLEE CLUB, page 11


MYRTLE BLAIR


Former Virginia House Delegate remembers...


'The Glory Years'


BY JULIE LEONARD SMITH
Myrtle Blair was born in
Cosgrove, Mississippi, but
moved to Blountstown in
the early 1930's.
I was born in 1938 and
can remember Mrs. Blair
from my early childhood.
She lived across from my
grandfather, Daddy Mark
Williamson, and I played
with her son. Franklin, who
was four years older than I.
I am going to write of
what I call the "Glory Years"
of the BHS Chorus. 1952-
1956. Blountstown High
School was a Class "C"
school. When you compet-
ed at district choral festival,
you were assigned a compo-
sition for Class "C" by the
Florida Vocal Association.
You were also required to
perform a second song of
yogr own- choosing. The
choruses of 1954, 1955 and
1956 did Class "AAA"
required compositions for
our second numbers. In
other words, we were com-
peting with schools such as
Miami Edison.
All choruses were judged
by the same people-
Professor Griffin of Stetson
University, Dallas Propper
of LSU, and Betty Jane
Grimm of FSU. These
judges would hear all cho-
ruses over a three day peri-
od at the state festival in
Tampa,.
These Blountstown cho-
ruses all received superior
ratings at district and state
for the girls and boys
groups all three years.
As for myself, God gave
me a talent. I was, as Mrs.
Blair would say, her
"Jules." I was a soloist who


JULIE LEONARD SMITH


was the first sophomore in
the state of Florida to
receive a superior at state.
My senior year, Mrs. Blair
told me that "it's time to cut
to the chase. You are going
to have to sing an aria from
a grand opera in order to
receive a superior your sen-
Ior year." I chose one from
CARMEN by Bizet and I
received my superior rating.
This experience of com-
petition and "can do" atti-
tude has followed me my
entire life. Mrs. Blair was
disappointed that I did not
pursue a career in opera.
But, she was very proud,
years later when I was
elected to the Virginia
House of Delegates. I told
her that I gave her all the
credit for my and many
other of her students' suc-
cesses.
Myrtle Blair is the person
who first put Blountstown
on the map of honor in
Florida, well ahead of foot-
ball (and I love football.) I
hope she is looking down
now and knows how many
of us still love her.


To the Editor:
Congratulations to both
School board members Kellie
King and Tim Smith. I
applaud them both for their
stance in voting against the
property tax rise as a step to
school closings/consolida-
tion. It is never easy to go
against what some believe to
be the majority.
In the bid for election in
2004, the top candidates for
superintendent of schools -
Superintendent Neves and
myself, both stated that. we
were against school consoli-
dation/relocation and the
rising of taxes on property







The County Record, OCTOBER 10, 2007, Page 3


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Jonathan Kombrinck and Moya Chin

Chin and Kombrinck

plan spring wedding
Bruce and Adronna Kombrinck of Blountstown, FL,
announce the engagement of their son, Jonathan, to
Moya Chin, of St. Catherine, Jamaica. Moya is the
daughter of Balvin Chin of New York and Nadine
Samuels of Jamaica.
Jonathan's maternal grandparents are Edward and
the late Opal Sumner of Bristol and the late Adron
Anderson. His paternal grandparents are Rose
Kombrinck and the late Irving Kombrinck of
Cincinnati, OH.
Moya's paternal grandparents are Vincent and
Violet Chin of Orlando, FL. She was born in Jamaica
and immigrated to New York City at 11 years old. She
graduated from the University of Florida in 2004 with
a bachelor's degree in Health Studies and is currently
a fourth year medical student at Florida State
University. She will be graduating as a medical doctor
in May 2008 and pursuing a career in Child
Psychiatry.
Dr. Jonathan Kombrinck is a graduate of Marianna
High School. He then attended the University of
Florida where he met his fiance, Moya, in the
University Gospel Choir. While at UF he was accepted
into the highly coveted Junior Honors Medical
Program. Jonathan graduated with his MD from UF in
May 2007 and is currently training as a resident
Anesthesiologist at the University of Mississippi
Medical Center in Jackson.
A spring 2008 wedding is being planned in
Gainesville, FL.


BHS Class of '97 will


hold 10 year reunion


Silent auction items


sought by Main St.


Blountstown Main Street
is currently seeking dona-
tions for the upcoming silent
auction to be held Thursday,
Nov. 1, during the wine and
cheese reception before open-
ing night of the Murder
Mystery Dinner Theatre.
The Main Street program
is an important component in
the revitalization of our
downtown area as it encour-
ages economic development
within the context of historic
preservation. All proceeds
from- the silent auction go
directly to the Main Street
program, and could be your
way of giving back to your
community.
At first thought, you may
not think you have anything
to donate, but do you have
unused, antique, or collec-
tor's items valued from $20
on up? How about. a particu-
lar craft like a painting,
needlepoint, or quilt? Or put


that vacation home to good
use and donate a week's stay!
What about autographed
cookbooks or golf rounds,
fine art or sporting event
tickets - even for next season.
Wine 'is always a popular
item - an assortment of your
favorites or a single bottle
you recommend.
Perhaps put together a
themed gift basket like a gar-
dening basket with
flower/plant seeds, flower
pots, gardening tools, and
watering can, or a kitchen
basket with utensils, spices,
cookbooks, and measuring
cups, or even a special pam-
pering basket with spa prod-
ucts, bubble bath and
lotions. Use your imagina-
tion and help us make this
auction a success!
If you'd like to donate,
please contact Kristy Halley
Speers at 850/643-6465 or
khspeers@ gmail.com.


The Blountstown High
School Class of 1997 will be
holding their 10 year reunion
on homecoming weekend,
Oct. 19-20.
Activities include:
V Friday, attend football
game
V Saturday, Lunch at
Goat Day - meet at 1 lam by
the stage
V Saturday, Party at the
Civic Center (Game Room)
from 8pm - 12am

Senior Citizens
membership to
meet October 16
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens will be holding their
quarterly General
Membership Meeting on
Tuesday, October 16th at
8:00 a.m.


To RSVP, please go to
www.magicalreservaitons.co
m/reunion for the agenda,
questionnaire, information,
and "missing" students.
Fees: $50 per couple or
$25 per person. Mail or drop
off checks or money order to:
Class of 1997 Reunion, c/o
Lisa Williams Creamer,
16681 SW Gaskin St.,
Blountstown, FL 32424





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The County Record, OCTOBER 10, 2007, Page 4


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun County and the
Town of Altha will be well
represented at the Little Miss
National Peanut Festival
: Pageant set for Saturday as
Annika Milligan and Kaylee
Sangster compete against 55
little ladies from around the
tri-state area.
Annika, crowned Little
Miss Calhoun County, is the
seven-year-old daughter of
Joe and Kim Milligan of
Blountstown. She has a four-
year-old brother, Ian, along
with a sister and brother-in-
law, Kyndal and Josh
Williams. Annika is the proud
aunt of Rylea and Caise.
A second grader at
Blountstown Elementary
School, Annika is in Mrs.
Carolyn Conyers' class. Her
favorite subjects are P.E., art,
and music.
When she's not at school,
Annika enjoys swimming,
playing on the computer,
cheering for the BHS Tigers,
listening , to her Johnny
Horton CD, doing really big
puzzles, and playing with her
brother, niece, and nephew.
She is currently in her fifth
year of dance at .the Bristol
Ballet School.
Annika dreams of becom-
ing a geography teacher, a
dancer, and an artist some-
day.
All the activities leading up
to the Little Miss Peanut
Pageant have been so much
fun for Annika. She has
enjoyed riding in parades,
spending time with the other
Calhoun queens, doing Tips
for Tiaras, and Relay for Life.
She is very excited about rid-
ing a bus to McDonald's and
getting a "behind the scenes"
tour.
Kaylee is the reigning
Little Miss Altha. She is the


BY MARTI VICKERY
Executive Director

OCTOBER MEANS - FALL
FOR SUCCESS!
You have an opportunity
to invest in our future
through membership in the
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce. Make a differ-
ence! Improve your visibility,
support member businesses
and strive for success. Log on
to our website at: www.cal-
hounco.org to print out our.
easy, one page application
form, today. Call the Calhoun
County Chamber offices at
674-4519 or 447-1110 if you
have additional questions.

WELCOME OUR NEWEST
MEMBER
Travis Wireless, author-
ized Alltel agent, in
Blountstown on Charlie
Johns St.
Thank you for your mem-
bership!!

COOL AIR - HOT CARS!
Saturday, October 13 is
the 5th Annual Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office Hot
Rod and Classic Car Show to
benefit Christmas for the
Children. Show is FREE to
spectators! Where? Xtreme
Motorsports, just 1 mi south
of Blountstown on Hwy 71.
Call Tony Shoemake at 674-


ANNIKA MILLIGAN KAYLEE SANGSTER


daughter of Laura Sangster
and the granddaughter of
Carl and Alice McCardle. She
has two sisters, Carla Abbott,
13, and Marissa Sangster, 5.
Kaylee is a student in Mrs.
Deborah Hassig's second
grade class at Carr School.
Her favorite pasttimes
include spending time with
her number one paw-paw,
singing, dancing, playing
outside, fishing with Verloh,
and playing with her best
friend, Taylor Vaughn.
Preparing for Little Miss
Peanut has been an exciting
experience for Kaylee. She
has thoroughly enjoyed meet-
ing new friends, singing, and
dancing at practices and
parades.
All of the girls vying for the
Little Miss Peanut title are
required to attend several
closed practices - without
parents. The written commu-
nication is done at one of the
practices. The girls are given
a topic to write about which
accounts for 10 percent of
their score. The morning of
the pageant they each go
through the interview
process with five judges, one-
on-one, accounting for 40.
percent of their score. The
remainder of their score is


based on opening number,
introducing themselves,
poise and appearance, all on
stage that evening. The top
ten finalists will answer a
question chosen by the
judges.
The pageant is set for 6:00
p.m. CT Saturday at the
Dothan Civic Center. Annika
and Kaylee extend their
appreciation to their family,
friends, and area-businesses'
who have supported and
sponsored them.


BHS 80s


reunion


cancelled
The Blountstown High
School 80s reunion set for
homecoming weekend has
been cancelled,
Plans are being put
together to hold an 80s gath-
ering in conjunction with the
alumni prom to be held in
February as part of the 100th
birthday celebration for BHS.
More details will be
announced later.


5049 for more information.

MEMBERSHIP LUNCH
Tuesday, October 16, the
lunch meeting will be held at
noon at the Calhoun County
Senior Citizens Association in
Blountstown. Guest Speaker:
City Manlager, James Woods.
Please respond by Oct. 11 if
you plan to attend and we'll
save a place at the table for
you. Call 674-4519 or 447 -
11'10 or send an email to
marti@calhounco.org.

MEMBER BUSINESS OF
THE MONTH FOR OCTO-
BER
Merle Norman, Studio 20
in Blountstown. Join us at
our next lunch meeting on
October 16 to learn more
about this new membership
perks program and much
more.

GETTING IN THE MOOD
FOR COLDER WEATHER?
I Enter the 2007 Calhoun
County Chamber of
Commerce Christmas
Parade...
Join in the fun for "A Polar
Express Christmas" 1
Saturday, Dec. 1st
The Altha parade will
begin at 1 pm CST - The
Blountstown parade will
begin at 6 pm CST
Registering your float is


FREE! Call the Calhoun
County Chamber to register,
TODAY!

STOP AND SHOP
. Your .Calhoun County
Chamber is open for you to
purchase unique gifts, local
history journals, Florida Trail
items, Apalachicola an
American Treasure CD and
DVD, Calhoun County cus-
tom afghans and more. Do
you need a county map or
plat book? We accept checks
for your convenience. One
trip is all you need, to 20816
Central Ave E Suite 2 in
Blountstown.

VISIT US ONLINE
From the comfort of home,
,check out our member busi-
nesses, enjoy our photo
album, find the information
you need, or print out our
Calhoun County Chamber
quarterly newsletter,
"Conversations". Yes, you can
also access our easy one page
member application online.
Keep us in your favorites file:
www.calhounco.org

THOUGHT FOR THIS WEEK
"Success' shouldn't be
measured by how much you
have but by how much you
give back." -Danny
Villanueva, Bastion Capitol
Chair and former pro athlete


Forest Stewardship Program

The Forest Stewardship
Program was founded in 1990
', . by Congress to provide techni-
cal and recognition to the indi-
viduals who practiced good
land stewardship. These prac-
. tices include habitat for fish and
wildlife, clean air and water, a
variety of wood products, recre-
. - national opportunities, and aes-
- thetic beauty. Interested
, landowners should contact their
local Division of Forestry office.
Pictured above is forester
Johnny Sabo with Randy.
. Hulsey, one of the local citizens
S who has participated in the pro-
.7 jggram.


Milligan and Sangster




to compete at 'Peanut'


Bluegrass
- - -. A_


is Oct. 0 MILITARY NEWS
is Oct., 20 I1


Buddy Smith's Annual
Gospel Bluegrass Concert
benefitting the .Florida
Sheriffs Youth Ranches will
be held Saturday night,
October 20, at the
Blountstown High School.
The concert will begin at
6:30 p.m. and will featuring
The Gary Waldrep Band
from Sand Mountain,
Alabama and Blountstown's
own favorites, The
Rivertown Girls.
Tickets are $8.00 in
advance and $10.00 at the
door with children under age
12 admitted free. Advance
tickets can be purchased at
Hinson Insurance in
Marianna orm o Blount
Insurance in Blountstown.
Please support the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Ranches by
attending this great night of
gospel bluegrass music. For
more information call 674-
5793.


Soldiers complete boot camp
Wesley Petty, Josh Lee, Dennis Goodman and Eric O'Bryan of
Blountstown, along with Cory McAlpin of Altha (not pictured),
recently completed nine weeks of boot camp in Fort Knox, KY. They
continue on at Ft. Knox for another six weeks of One Station Unit
Training before returning home on November 15.
Congratulations soldiers! We are very proud of you,
Your loving parents.


Oct. 10, 2007


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Blountstown Main Street
President Angie Hill is pic-r
tured at left with Neldian
Connelly, little Levi Connelly,
and Erma O'Bryan of Bella's
Florist located downtown.....
Neldian and her husband,
Chris, recently remodeled the
former Bill's Dollar Store
location, converting it into
three business spaces. Over ."
the past couple weeks, the
Connellys have put the fin-
ishing touches outside,
painting the building a beau-
tiful eye-catching color. They
are currently shopping for an
awning to add even more
appeal.
Thanks to the Connellys
and other businesses who
are getting on board and
turning downtown around!
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Chamber of Commerce


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 Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment which will change
approximately ten acres of land on Missy Lane, in Section 18,Township 1N, Range
9W, from Agricultural Land, Use, allowing 1 residential unit per 10 acres with limited
agricultural based commercial development, to Mixed Use Rural Residential, allowing 2
units per acre with limited neighborhood commercial development.

ORDINANCE NO. 2007-

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CALHOUN
COUNTY, ,FLORIDA, ADOPTING A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, AS
REQUIRED BY CHAPTER 1,63, FLORIDA STATUTES, DESIGNED TO AMEND THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP TO APPROVE A SMALL SCALE MAP AMENDMENT,
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 proposed
Small Scale Amendment on TUESDAY, October 16, 2007, at 4:00 P.M., 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 Small Scale Amendment, on
TUESDAY, October 16, 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. .


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The County Record, OCTOBER 10, 2007, Page 5


HAPPY "8TH" BIRTHDAY!!
Desiree Nicole Melton
turned 8 years old on
September 10, 2007. She cel-
ebrated with a party at Gulf
World in Panama City where
she also got to swim with the
dolphins. Desiree is the
daughter of Shiri Smith of
Hosford and Jerry Melton of
Marianna and the big sister to
Shayla, Aubrey K. and
Hannah. She enjoys cheer-
ing, ballet, swimming and
spending time with her fami-
ly.
We love you, Sissy!
Momma, Brogan, Shayla
& Aubrey K


Happy "13th" Birthday!!
Taylor Mauck, son of Jamy
and Lisa Yon and Paul
Mauck, turned 13 years old
on October 1st! Taylor is a
straight "A" student at B.M.S.
who excels not only in aca-
demics, but also in athletics.
Taylor recently competed
against 60 plus baseball
players to win one of the cov-.
eted positions on the Babe
'Ruth Tallahassee Travel
team, who last season, won
the Babe Ruth World Series in
Virginia.
We are so proud of you,
Taylor!!
Good luck and Congrats!
Your Family


Afternoon

with the Arts

November 4
The 3rd Annual Chipola
Regional Arts Association
(CRAA) Sunday Afternoon
with the Arts will be held
Sunday, November 4, from 1
to 5 PM at the Chipola Arts
Center, Chipola College.
Original art created by
artists from the five county
area Chipola College serves
will be featured, plus musical
entertainment, light refresh-
ments, artists demonstrating
their work, interactive art
activities for people of all
ages and the Apalachicola
River: An American Treasure
DVD all await you for a fun
filled Sunday Afternoon with
the Arts.
Admission is free. Parking
is free. And the event is
designed for children and
adults -so the entire family
can enjoy the afternoon.

Frink School

reunion set

for Saturday
The Frink School Reunion
will be on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Everyone will gather in the
Frink gym at the Pioneer
Settlement in Sam Atkins
Park at 10 a.m. with lunch to
follow.
Join us to talk about the
"good old days" and enjoy a
covered dish lunch at noon.
Bring family and friends of
the Frink School alumni, fac-
ulty and friends.


Calhoun County Retired Educators hold...



'Show and Tell' program


Happy 3rd Birthday!!
Karenda's parents,
Yaminah -and Domenique, as
well as her family and friends
from FL, MA, and NY would
like to wish her a very special
happy birthday. She will cel-
ebrate her 3rd birthday on
October 12th.
Karenda enjoys spending
time with her godsisters, god-
brothers, as well as all her
cousins. She enjoys going to
Mayhaw Child Development
Center with her friends. We
would also like to wish her
godsisters, Keirra and Teirra
(Sept. 26), and her uncle
Malcolm (Oct. 6), her aunts,
Julia and Hattie (Oct. 8) and
her godmother Sharon (Oct.
12) and her cousin Pete (Oct.
5) special birthday wishes
also.
Her uncle Arsenio from Fort
Benning, Ga. would also like
to wish Karenda a happy
birthday. Karenda wishes
Arsenio the best and is very
proud of him. We all are.
Happy birthday and we
love you all.


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Brylee Lindsey O'Bryan
Bret O'Bryan would like to
announce the birth of his sis-
ter, Brylee Lindsey. Brylee
was born on August 31,
2007, to Jeff and Sandy
O'Bryan. Her grandparents
are John and Sandra Lindsey
and Don and Patty O'Bryan.
Brylee was. welcomed
home by her family and
friends and her cousins
Carson and Hunter Flowers.


BY AILEEN MCQUAGGE
The tables were turned -
the Calhoun County Retired
Educators Association had a
"Show and Tell" program at
its meeting Friday, October
5th, in the Heritage Room of
the Calhoun County Public
Library.
Pres. Jessie Mae Price wel-
comed everyone and then
introduced special guests,
Mrs. Beverly Kelley, District II
Director.
Johnnie Mae Whitley pro-
vided a lovely devotion read-
ing from a favorite Psalm,
'Trust in the Lord; do not


.L Little Miss
Calhoun County
2007
Annika Grace
Milligan


We are very proud of you!
Good Luck
at Peanut!
Love,
Daddyv Mnomn'mv and nour


Family &friends A_


fret; God will be with you.';
She closed with a prayer.
Library social worker
Kathy Rackley is seeking vol-
unteers to work in a
Mentoring Program (founded
by the Department of
Education) to be set up at the
Library. Please see Mrs.
Rackley if interested.
Delicious refreshments,
prepared by Hosts Alene
Whitehead and John
Tomlinson, were enjoyed
along with lots of lively con-
versation.
Then - Show and Tell


Time! What fun it was!
Members brought a cher-
ished item and told why
he/she valued it so highly.
The variety was amazing: a
framed collection of lovely
pins worn by Nancy Durham
while teaching; a photograph
of the "Sweet Twins" whose
picture graces a series of
"twin's check" from Darryl
Taylor; a shadow box set up
by John Tomlinson at the old
high school; Joan Melvin dis-
played a Philippine Battle
Flag; Rachel Peacock - a
beautiful crystal bowl which


rang when "plunked"- a test
of true crystal; Mrs. Kelley
showed a photograph of her
Sicilian grandfather taken
when she visited him; Gerry
Martin displayed a picture of
her grandmother taken in
Germany and also the white
bonnet and black shaw she
wore; Betty Waldroff - a deco-
rated paddle passed down to
her; Aileen - an inverted doll
(one side blonde, the other
brunette) like one her mother
had created for her; Howard,
See RETIRED, page 6


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Sheldon Chance Nichols
John and Holly Nichols are
proud to announce the birth of
their son, Sheldon Chance,
born August 5, 2007 at
Jackson Hospital. Sheldon
weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces
and was 18-1/4 inches long.
He was welcomed home by
his sisters, Aricka, Cheyenne,
Jolie and Brittany.


Sr. Citizens

plan several

holiday trips
Jackson County Senior
Citizens Assn., have the fol-
lowing trips planned for
2007:
November 16-17, 1-
night/2 days, Callaway
Gardens/Candle Light Tour,
Warm Springs, Ride the Jolly
Trolley to enjoy thousands of
Christmas Lights, Visit FDR
Home Place and Museum.
November 29-30, 1-
night/2 days to Mobile, Ala.
to enjoy the Gaither
Homecoming Concert, then
on to Foley, Ala., eat the
Home of Throw Rolls.
December 8-12, 3-
nights/4 days, Christmas in
Pigeon Forge, Tn., Blackbear
Jamboree Dinner & Show,
Triumphant/Southern
Gospel - Show Christus
Gardens/The Miracle and
other places of interest.
For more information call
Kenny Gordon at 850-482-
4799.


I wwwthecuntyrcordnet-


BIRTHDAYS'








The County Record, OCTOBER 10, 2007, Page 6


Lady Wildcats defeat LCHS,




Franklin Co.; fall to Sneads


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

The Altha Lady Wildcats
were two for three last week,
defeating Liberty County and
Franklin County, then falling
to Sneads.
The Cats took on the Lady
Bulldogs from Liberty County
last Monday and chalked up
a 25-17, 27-25, 25-10 win.
"We shut them down in
three games," says Coach
Sky Scott. "We came out and
jumped on them from the
start and never slacked up.
Liberty County fought real
hard, but we came out on
top. Tory [Lipford] had the
sets and Christy [Simmons]
and Taylor [Shelton] had the


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) wants to
make it clear to all muzzle-
loader hunters - not all muz-
zleloaders are created equal.
Some of the new models do
not meet the legal definition
of guns authorized for use
during muzzleloading gun
season.
The two issues which
seem to be generating the
most questions are whether
muzzleloaders with an elec-
tronic ignition are legal and
whether the use of nitro-cel-
lulose powder, is legal.
Neither is legal for use in
Florida during muzzleloading
gun season.
"In particular, the CVA
Electra is a new muzzle-
loader on" the market that


doesn't qualify as a state-
defined muzzleloader," said
Capt. John Miller of FWC's
Division of Law Enforcement.
"It is not a legal weapon for
muzzleloader season because
it uses an electronic ignition,
fired by a battery."
The legal types of guns for
use during the muzzleloading
gun season use black powder
or a non-nitro-cellulose sub-
stitute and are fired by wheel
lock, flintlock or percussion
cap ignition (including 209
primers). They are not adapt-
able to use of any self-con-
tained cartridge ammunition.
The CVA Electra muzzle-
loader is legal to use during
general gun season, however.
For more information on
muzzleloader hunting, visit
MyFWC.com/hunting.


kills to lead the team to a
win."
Simmons pulled down six
kills, 10 service points, and
an ace for Altha. Shelton pro-
vided five kills, seven service
points, a pair of aces, and
three digs. Lipford brought in
nine service points, an ace, a
kill, 15 assists, and three
digs. Sierra Chason added
eight service points, two kills
and two digs.
Next up was Franklin
County on Wednesday. The
Cats added another win to
their record with a score of
25-21, 22-25, 25-9, 25-23.
"We won the first game,
lost the second, and came
back to wrap it up in the-
third and fourth games,"


Goat Day Gallop



set for October 20


Next Saturday, Oct. 20, is
Goat Day and a new activity
has been added to the lineup.
The Goat Day gallop will
commence at the
Blountstown Greenway Trail
Head at Sam Atkins .Park
beginning at 8 a.m. This is an
opportunity to enjoy nature
while you walk, run, or ride
your bicycle on our beautiful
trail. The first 100 partici-
pants who leave the trail
head between 8:00 and 10:00
a.m. will receive a spectacu-
larly'beautiful t-shirt to com-
memorate the event.
For more information, call
Julie VanderMeer at Calhoun
County Health Department,
674-5645 X238, or Susan
Chafin at Liberty CHD 649-
2415 X 245.


Other Goat Day festivities
will kickoff at 8 a.m. when
arts and craft vendors open
their booths. Entertainment
begins at 9 a.m. featuring
Bree Pybus, Easy Company,
Gann Brothers, Last Ride,
Element 55, and Sarah
Hatcher. "Clutch" will take to
the stage at 6:30 p.m.
Games begin at 11 a.m.
with the coin' shuffle, fol-
lowed by the greased pig
chase at 1 p.m. The Pioneer
Settlement will be open
throughout the day with
tours of the cabins and old-
way demonstrations.
Admission is $5 for adults,
$2 for children ages 7-12 (age
6 and under are free). The
event is sponsored by the
Blountstown Rotary Club;


Coach Scott remarks. 'Tory
led the team with a very
impressive 29 assists. Sierra
Chason had an excellent
serving game with 15 service
points and Christy Simmons
had an awesome game with
13 kills. The girls all played
well. I am very proud of the
way we are coming together."
The only loss of the week
came to Sneads on Thursday
with a score of 12-25, 6-25,
25-23, 22-25.
Sophomore Tammy
Johnson led Altha with six


service points, an ace, and
three kills. Lipford brought in
six service points, an ace,
and four assists. Chason had
four service points. Shelton
added three service points
and an ace.
The Lady Cats took on
Marianna Monday and
Blountstown Tuesday
(details unavailable at press
time). They'll travel to
Cottondale Friday, then be
back at home Monday to face
Port St. Joe with J.V. at 4
p.m. and varsity at 5 p.m.


Tiger football team will

head to Northview Friday

After a week off, the Blountstown Tigers will travel to
Northview Friday night for a 7:00 CT kickoff. The Tigers,
2-3 after falling to Wakulla two weeks ago, can expect
another tough battle with Northview. 4-2. who defeated
Baker last week. 35-7.
"We had a good week of practice and everybody appears
to be healthy and ready to go." coach Greg Jordan said
Tuesday. Northview won the District 1 Class 2B
Championship the last two years, but the runnerup teams
(Chipley and Vernon) beat them in the first round of the
playoffs.
if you're planning to travel to the game, take I-10 to 85
in Crestview to Hwy. 90 and take a left. Then take Hwy. 4
through Baker and Jay to Hlwvy. 29 in Century. Take a left
of Hwy. 29 for a mile or so. then Hwy. 29 will run back into
Hwy. 4. The school is 8 or 9 miles ahead on the right.




Ih ting Re11ii


Sky development- I
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per acre. The Sky proposal
calls for 624 new housing
units and 479,160 square
feet of commercial construc-
tion.
"One of our chief goals...is
to work with the people of
Calhoun County to build a
successful people-and-envi-
ronmentally-friendly commu-
nity," Bruce White, one of the
Sky developers, 'told The
County Record in an inter-
view earlier this year. "A
place that county residents
will take pride in for its ener-
gy efficiency and beautiful
design, for the many jobs and
increased tax base it will cre-
ate, for the interesting activi-
ties to attend, and for all of
the positive financial and
educational benefits that this
project brings to Calhoun
County."
White says Sky will bring
an estimated 200 jobs to
Calhoun County, making it
the third largest employer
here. The Sky community
will employ stable help, horse
trainers, restaurant staff,


landscapers, gardeners,
farmers, maintenance work-
ers, secretaries, accountants,
as well as staff for the water
and sewer systems they will
have on site, along with. the
gym, and racquet club. In
addition, there will be oppor-
tunities in retail, real estate
sales, and rental manage-
ment. While the community
is being built, the Sky devel-
opers are committed to hiring
subcontractors from the sur-
rounding areas. They plan to
offer apprenticeships with
craftsmen, builders, and
landscape designers.
The proposed Sky develop-
ment recently received
national media attention
after being awarded a $1.8
million grant from the Florida
Renewable Energy
Technologies Grant program.
The goal is to make Sky a
model community, incorpo-
rating the latest in technolog-
ical breakthroughs in envi-
ronmental responsibility so
that homes use 75% less
energy than normal.


BRAN F"IU2001 FORD InUUE

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Officer arrested
that will result in a charge of Bender was also charged
Battery for inappropriately with one count of
touching the second female Battery(784.03), a first
victim in an incident that degree misdemeanor, for
occurred last year. activities with the second
Bender was charged with juvenile victim.
four counts of Unlawful
Sexual Activity with Certain While the investigation
Minors(FS 794.05), which is- was on-going, Bender was on
a second-degree felony, paid administrative leave.


Retired Educators


Sr. revealed 2 model cars and
1 tractor saved from his
childhood toys; and Jessie
Mae showed a meat platter -
transfer ware - the picture
stamped on the platter. It
was fun to see the variety of
items members cherished.
Mrs. Kelley announced the
Spring Assembly will be May
27, 2008, in Miami. A bus
will be available for trans-


portation at a cost of $100
each.
She also reported that her
term as District Director
expires in 2008. The new
director will be Rev. Daniel
Hall from Quincy.

The next meeting will be
the annual Christmas pro-
gram at the Civic Center
December 7.


Not all muzzle-



loaders are legal


Deadline for News & Ads

Monday at Noon

Email news@thecountyrecord.net

Fax 674-5008

Ph. 674-5041







The County Record, OCTOBER 10, 2007, Page 7

Joshua Halley shares what it's like to ride Renegade




Chief Osceola has local ties


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If you're a Seminole fan,
you definitely know who
Chief Osceola is, the famous
Indian who rides into the sta-
dium atop the horse,
Renegade, before the start of
every game. But what you
may not know is, Chief
Osceola is actually Joshua
Halley, a young man with
Calhoun County ties.


"My father is Clarence
Eugene Halley, Jr. (Gene) and
my late grandfather is
Clarence Eugene Halley
(Gene), who had two broth-
ers, Chester and Buck," Josh
tells The County Record. "My
great grandfather was John
Bennett Halley and my great
great grandfather was' Caleb
Joshua Halley, former sheriff
of Calhoun County," and the
man for whom Josh was
named.


"My father has a fish camp action. "I have been going to
down in Scottsferry and some FSU football games since I
of my fondest memories have was knee high and was
taken place there," says always fascinated with Chief
Josh. "But I will never forget Osceola planting the spear,"
the Halley reunions and all he recalls. "In my senior year
the men gathering at the of high school, I went to the
Halley station before and area where they stall the
after hunting to tell outra- horse during the game and
geously funny stories about simply showed my interest in
life." becoming involved with the
A lifelong Florida State team. They sent me an appli-
fan, Josh jumped at the cation. They are constantly
chance to be a part of the looking for level headed
young men who are serious
about horses and FSU. I
applied. They rank all appli-
cants on their riding experi-
ence, academics, and recom-
mendations. The rider before
me was the Amateur Texas
State Show Horse Champion
for numerous years, so riding
experience is crucial, but
academics are always first
priority."
After a series of interviews,
Josh became an apprentice.
"You learn about horses,
humility, patience, and
respect for the program,
horses, and the Seminole
Nation," says Josh. "As you
progress as a rider you may
'. " or may not be asked to ride
Renegade at the games. I
,' " apprenticed for a number of
.* ' ; :. years. Now this is my fourth
and final year riding at the

Being a part of the
' '.' 'Renegade team isn't easy by
any means. "We separate
ourselves from other schools
by not using the term mas-
cot," he points out. "Instead,
''we use the term symbol. We
'l: are trying to portray a very
proud and heroic symbol and
a lot of maturity and poise is
' required to do such things. It
is surely not a quiet trail ride
T .on a Saturday afternoon. It is
. ' { , amazing how loud it actually
gets - especially with military
,' .. flyovers - and the crowds are
* never tame. So you have to
' ' '' t'7 constantly be on the look out
for things that will spook the
Z- horse, such as players, foot-
balls, items thrown from
stands, photographers,
noise. It is so loud all com-
mands are physical in
nature, reinforced with verbal
' command. Maintaining con-
, ' trol of this horse when all of
these things are going on at
S. , once is very difficult and
stressful. Every game is an
. . .. . . experience. Every game is dif-
ferent and there are always
new things to watch out for.
Every time I. plant the spear I
experience an incredible feel-
. ing. Because so much focus
" "-- is needed, time almost stands
still. When the spear is plant-
_ ed all the pressure 'I have
built up over doing well and
staying on and in control of
the horse is released. It is
Strulyexhilarating."
Known as the 13th Chief,


Josh considers it an honor to
be a part of the FSU team.
"Riding the horse is the easy
part. Forcing the horse to
ride into battle when he is
terrified, carrying the 25
pound spear, and maintain-


ing control of the horse
throughout all of it is the
hard part. But the out of
body experience I feel when I
do plant the spear is worth
every drop of blood, sweat, or
tear that I have put into my


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Down home, Liberty style homecoming
Liberty County High School celebrated homecoming last week with down home theme. One of the
highlights of the week was the crowning of Mr. and Miss LCHS, Marcus Gowan and Tessa Ford. The
parade down Main Street was held Friday with the junior class float (pictured below) taking top honors.
The week ended with a 34-7 victory over Freeport.


Apply by October 12 for


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Chipola Chapter of the
National Society Daughters of
the American Revolution will
sponsor two essay contests
again this year.
The DAR American History
Contest is open to students
in grades 5-8 who will write
about "I Spy--Espionage
During the American
Revolution."
The topic for grades 9-12
in the Christopher Columbus
Essay Contest is "How Did
the Four Voyages of
Columbus Change Our
Perception of Geography and
Alter World Economics?"
In the high school contest,
the Jackson County Floridan
is giving a first place prize of
$100 for the best essay with
the Jackson County Times
providing a $50 prize for sec-
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Carr School Students of the Month
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(front row, from left) Jacob Tew (KA), Laine McDaniel.(KB), Jacob McDaniel (lA), Hannah Brown (1 B),
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Caitlin Sanders
new BHS French
Club President
BY LAURA STOLTZFUS
Blountstown High School
now has a French Club. The
club is sponsored by. Ms.
Ayers, the French teacher at
BHS.
During the school year,
the club will be exploring the
French culture, how they
have contributed to the world
in many areas, and what
daily life is like in French-
speaking countries all
around the globe. The mem- .
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have the opportunity to com-
pete at Congres this year.
The club has also elected
officers. They are:
President: Caitlin Sanders
Vice President: Joseph
Maxwell
Secretary: Kimberly
Clemons
Treasurer: Amanda Kelley.
We are all~ excited about
this new club at BHS.


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the five-county college district.
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completed in the near future.
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A GED testing will be held


AlTHA SCHOOL NEWS Oct. 17-18 at Adult School

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Character First
When Mrs.. Sewell's sev-
enth grade wheel class isn't
hard at work in the CCC. lab,
they are studying about char-
acter using the Character
First curriculum. The
September word of the month
is Truthfulness. The class is
very proud of the banner that
they created. One lesson that
they have learned while
studying about truthfulness
is that when you are truthful
you will earn the trust of oth-
ers in the future. By signing
the banner, ' the students
have pledged to be truthful
and to follow the "I wills":
I will...
Tell the truth
Encourage truthfulness
Not cheat or steal
Face the facts
Not exaggerate
Mrs. Sewell said that she
is enjoying her students and
their eagerness in learning
about character first. She
also said that "my students
put forth so much effort on
the computer by gathering
pictures and using w4ord art
to make signs. What I like
most is seeing the students
have fun while they are
learning so much."
By: Cayla Coxwell
Senior News
By: Taylor Shelton
The Altha Senior class is


September Kids of Character include (bottom row, from left) Chris
Waldron, Jeremy Newsome, Drew McPheters, Nick Lee, (middle row) Harley
Smith, Serena Bradford, Lynn Kearce, (top row) Samantha Scott, Mrs. Sewell,
and Dustin Coker. Pictured with them is the historical figure,*Abraham Lincoln
"Honest Abe".


proud to announce that
Saturday's fundraiser was a
success! Every Tuesday they
sell snow cones to the ele-
mentary classes. The Altha
Fall Festival is coming up
where they will be selling
boiled peanuts. In the near
. future they plan on doing an
orange sale. The seniors sin-
cerely appreciate everything
the community has done for
them.


Calendar
Thursday, Oct. 11-CARE
Grades 3-5
Friday, Oct.' 12- JV/V
Volleyball at Cottondale 5 & 6
P.M.; Monday, Oct. 15- JV/V
Volleyball VS. Port St. Joe 4
& 5 P.M.; Fall arid Senior
Portrait Picture Retakes
Wednesday, Oct. 17-
PSAT llth Grade 8-11 A.M.;
End of 1st Nine Weeks; V
Volleyball at Wewa 3 P.M.


Calhoun schools prepare for first


"District Accreditation Review"


On April 6-9, 2008,
Calhoun County School
District will host their first
District Accreditation Review
by the Council on
Accreditation and School
Improvement of the Southern.
Association of Colleges and
Schools. In previous years
each, Calhoun County school
has been accredited * by
SACS, Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools. with
a peer review every, five years.


The process of moving
from school accreditation to
district accreditation began,
in March, 2006, by the dis-
trict requesting a District
Readiness Site Visit, which
was completed in April, 2006.
Then in August, 2006, the
Calhoun County School
Board voted to transfer to the
. District Accreditation
process,: which actually
began the prepar:?ion
process for the upcoming


April, 2008, SACS CASI visit.
District Accreditation has
three major components:
* Meeting Standards -
The district complies with
and maintains adherence to
the seven Accreditation
Standards for Quality
Systems;
* Engaging in Continuous
.Improvement - The district
articulates and implements a
See SCHOOL'REVIEW, page 12


Mary Sue iNeves,
Superintendent of Schools
announces that the General
Education Development test
(GED) .will be given in
Calhoun County on
Wednesday, October 17 and
October 18, beginning at
1:00 P.M. each afternoon.
The test site will be the
Calhoun County Adult
School located between the
football field and Harveys on
Charlie Johns Street.
Based on state law, per-
sons shall be eligible to take
the test if they are 18 years of
age or older. Those who meet
this age requirement and
wish to take the tests for a
high school diploma must
submit an application to
Greg Jones, General


Supervisor, at the Calhuoun
County School Board Office,
20859 East Central Avenue,
Room G-20, Blountstown,
Florida located in the base-
ment of the Calhoun County
Courthouse. This should be
done by 4:00 P.M. Tuesday,
October 16.
Persons residing outside of
Calhoun County will have to
receive special permission
from the GED Testing Office
in Tallahassee before they are
eligible to take the test in
Calhoun County.
Please be prepared to pay
the fee for taking the tests at
the time you come fill out the
application. The costs for
taking the test will be $7.00
for each test if you wish to


Lake less tllhan tii Lull .atLltery
of five test, and $35.00 if you
wish the full battery of five ,
tests. It would be helpful if
you bring the correct change
when you come to register
and pay your fees. All appli-
cants need to bring your
social security card, and a
driver's license or picture ID
when registering. All materi-
als needed for testing will be
furnished by the school dis-
trict. For further information
call Willie Pitts, GED Chief
Examiner at 674-8661.
Attention: The state is
now requiring at least 12
hours of instruction if you
are, less than 18 years of age
before taking the GED. test.
Call 674-8861 or 674-6490.


f BLOUNTSTOWN


HIGH SCHOOL NEWS


Calendar
Wednesday, Oct. 10th
* Literacy meeting/Faculty
Meeting at 2:50
* Field of Faith will be held
at 7:00 p.m. at the Baseball
Field in Altha.
Thursday, October 11th
* The FBLA will be holding
a Blood Drive today.
* BHS Golf -vs- Chipley
(A)., 3:00.
Friday, October; 12th
0 BHS Football -vs-
Northview (A), 7:00�
Saturday, October 13th
* Community-Wide Talent
Show in the BHS Auditorium
at 6:30 p.m.
French Club News
Les amis francais! This
phrase means "French
Friends", and that is the
name of Blountstown High
School's French Club. In this
club, members will learn
much about French culture
all around ,the globe, and the
contributions that the French
have given.us. The 2007-08
French Club Officers include:
< President - Caitlin Sanders


'Vice President - Joseph.
Maxwell


Secretary - Kim Clemons
Treasurer - Amanda Kelley


BLOUNTSTOWN

S ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS


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Hospital administrator Ron Gilliard shares details on...


JAMES SAMUEL BAILEY
James Samuel Bailey -
June 13, 1930 - September
23, 2007, a fifth generation
native of Calhoun County,
Florida, died in California.
He was a graduate of
Blountstown High School in
the class of 1948. In his sen-
ior year he was President of
the Student Council, member
of the National Honor Society
and lettered in both baseball
and basketball.
After two years at Florida
State University, he entered
Air Force OCS during the
Korean War. He graduated
from FSU in 1956 and
entered Stetson School of
Law. He transferred to
Golden Gate University in
San Francisco and received
his law degree. He spent the
first part of his career in
bank trust work with Bank of
America in San Francisco
and Union Trust Company in
Washington, D.C. As trust
officer, one of his accounts
was Hughes Air Service.
That company hired him
away from banking. Hughes
became Northwest Airlines
from which he retired in
1995. He then left the cold
weather in Minnesota to
return to California and the
San Francisco area where he
lived when he died.
He is survived by his wife,
Nancy Hatley, whom he
always called "Miss Nancy",
(his father called his mother
"Miss Cathy"); two sons,
Louie Bailey and his wife,
Cindy, and their two chil-
dren, Emily and Kelly Ann;
Phillip Bailey and his son,
Tyler; his step-son, Steve
Hatley; two brothers, Paul D.
Bailey of Bremo Bluff,
Virginia, and Roy H. Bailey
and his wife, June, of
Sarasota, Florida.
He was predeceased by his
son, William Bailey; father,
Charles James Bailey;. moth-
er, Catherine Norris Bailey;
sister, Vergie Bailey Peacock;
and four brothers, Charles
D., Leon L., Clyde T. and D.
Rudolph Bailey. . �
He subscribed to The
County Record and kept up
with the local news and was
enjoying reading about
Blountstown High School's
100th Anniversary. Also, he
was an avid FSU Seminole


'fan, probably more than his
cousin, Morrell Bailey, is a
Gator fan, if that is possible.
LOYD ELEE SPANKYY)
BARRY
Mr. Loyd Elee (Spanky)
Barry, 63, of Bristol, Fla.,
passed away Wednesday
afternoon, October 3, 2007,
at his home.
Mr. Barry was born on
February 14, 1944, in
Denton, Texas, and had lived
in Liberty County for the past
20 years, coming from Yulee,
Florida. Loyd worked in
shipyards as a first class
machinist until his retire-
ment.
Survivors include his wife,
Violet Berry, of Bristol.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown (ph. 850-
674-2266).

JAMES WILLARD HALL, SR.
Mr. James Willard Hall,
Sr., 88, of Rose Hill, Virginia,
passed away Saturday,
October 6, 2007, in
Pennington Gap, VA.
Mr. Hall was born in Altha
and had lived in Rose Hill,
Virginia, since 2006 after
moving from Kissimmee,
Florida. He was a veteran of
World War II, serving in the
US Army in the Normandy
Campaign.
Survivors include his wife,
Virginia Hall, of Rose Hill,
Virginia; one son, James W.
Hall, Jr. and his wife,
Melinda, of Westerville, Ohio;
two grandsons, Scott Hall
and his wife, Shanna, and
Andy Hall and his wife,
Marni, all of Columbus,
Ohio; five great great grand-
children; a . sister, Lottie
Barton, of Altha; two sisters-
in-law, Bernice Hall Baxter of
Altha and Anna Belle Hall of
Pensacola; and many of
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held-
at 2:00 PM Tuesday, October
9, from the Adams Funeral
Home Chapel with Reverend
Samuel Mathis officiating.
Interment followed in the Mt.
Olive Cemetery near Altha.
Adams Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrange-
ments (ph. 674-5449 or
www.adamsfh.com).


JEFFERY KEVIN TEMPLE
Mr. Jeffery Kevin Temple,
43, of Altha, passed away
Wednesday, October 3, 2007,
at his home.
Mr. Temple was born in
Arcadia, Florida, and had
lived, in Calhoun County
since 2000 after moving from
Spring City, Tennessee.
He was preceded in death
by his father, Kenneth
Temple; a sister, Gina
Temple; grandparents,. Ben
and Estelle Temple and Jake
Sangster.
Survivors include his
mother, Sherry Grover, of
Blountstown; two sons,
Jeffery Kirk of Fernandina
Beach and Josh of Spring
City, Tennessee; a daughter,
Kelly Marie, of Yulee, Florida;
his brother, Robert Temple,
of Pennsylvania; his grand-
mother, Martha Baggett, of
Altha; four nieces and four
nephews; three great nieces
and three great nephews;
numerous cousins, aunts,


See OBITUARIES, page 11


Positive


By Ron Gilliard
Administrator
We've got a lot of positive
things going on at Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital. Let me
share some of them with you.
First of all, we are very
excited about an upcoming
change' in our Emergency
Room. We are contracting
with a physician group that
will not only provide physi-
cian coverage in the
Emergency Room but will
also serve as "hospitalists"
for the hospital. They'll even
see "worker's comp" patients.
Hospitalists admit
patients to the hospital and
follow them during their
inpatient stay. This group of
physicians are all well
trained and very experienced
in both emergency medicine
and inpatient management of
patients.
Several of the new physi-
cians performed their resi-
dencies at Tallahassee
Memorial and already work
in other small, rural hospi-
tals like this one. We hope to
increase our inpatient admis-
sions as they work with local
physicians as well as special-
ists at larger hospitals. I
think everyone in the com-
munity will be pleased with
this new arrangement.
We will be doing some


"cosmetic" upgrades at the
hospital also. We will remove
the rather drab carpet in our
front lobby and hallways. We
feel this *will greatly help as
we try to improve the appear-
ance of our 1960 vintage hos-
pital.
Wakulla Bank will help
with the overall improve-
ments in the. main lobby
under our Adopt-A-Room
program and we are most
appreciative to them.
In the area of new services,
we also have great news. We
will begin once again offering
mammography this month.
And that's appropriate since
October is National Breast
Cancer Awareness Month.
We already offer "dexas-
cans" for the detection of
osteoporosis. I would encour-
age you to askh your doctor
about getting both of these
important tests done here
locally in the same visit!
We will also. begin offering
MRI tests in the very near
future. With MRI capability
added to our routine radiolo-
gy, "CAT" scanner, ultra-
sounds, nuclear medicine,
mammography and dexas-
can, why would you want to
drive out of town at today's
gas prices to have these tests
performed? (We did 247 CAT
scans in August alonee) And
we can perform many, if not


(e4~wee" -


Baptist churches to
gather October 21

On Sunday, October 21st,
"The Gathering" of all the
Baptist churches 'in Calhoun
and Liberty counties will take
place at the Veterans
Memorial Center in Bristol.
What a great time this will be!
Like other reunions, "The
Gathering" will be a time to
renew relationships, enjoy
the fellowship, share a meal,
and celebrate the blessings of
another year.
The Annual Session
beings at 5:00 p.m. (EST).
This will be an opportunity to
hear about the progress of
the Baptist work in the
Association and plans for the
future. The covered dish
meal will start around 6:00
p.m. followed by the evening
praise and worship service at
7:00 p.m. The special music
will be brought by a 100-
voice choir (made up of choir
members from the local
Baptist churches) and the
Praise and Worship Team
from Altha First Baptist
Church. The speaker will be
Dr. David Burton,
Evangelism Director from the
Florida Baptist Convention.
Dr. Burton has traveled the
state leading and doing evan-


gelism. He will be inspira-
tional as well as motivational.
Everyone is invited to join
"The Gathering" of all the
Baptist Churches. It's going
to be the biggest Baptist
Bash ever!

Free movie night set
at Williams Memorial

Williams Memorial United
Methodist Church will have
FREE Movie ---Night on
Saturday, October 13, at
5:30 p.m.. Featured movie
will be "Facing the Giants".
Bring your lawn chairs
and blankets and enjoy hot-
dogs and all the trimmings,
popcorn and drinks.

'Fields of Faith' at
Altha baseball field

Altha and Blountstown are
hosting Fields of Faith on
October 10, at 7:00 p.m. We
will gather at the baseball
field in Altha.
Fields of Faith is a nation-
wide movement that encour-
ages our students to read the
word. Come join us for an
evening of fellowship and
fun. We hope to see you
there.


changes


RoN GILLIARD


all, the laboratory tests you
may need.
We are also increasing our
"swing bed" admissions. If a
loved one is ready to be dis-
charged from a larger hospi-
tal but still needs' skilled
nursing care, they can get it
right here at Calhoun-
Liberty. Families affected
really need to consider this
program and we would be
glad to discuss it with you.
This is another area the "hos-
pitalist" in our ER can come
into play in caring for these
special patients.
We're proud of our staff
here at the hospital. That's
why we are starting an
Employee of the Quarter
Program to recognize some of
our many "stars." We'll let
you know the winners in' .the .
newspapers. Hospital work
is challenging and. often diffi-
cult. We feel we have some of
the best care givers you will
find anywhere and want to
recognize them as well as
those that support them.
We want to be competitive


for the recruitment and
retention of skilled medical
personnel. Our new pension
plan should be in place by
next month. We're also going
to provide tuition assistance
and scholarships to current
and future nursing students.
We feel we can "grow our
own" to help meet the nation
wide nursing shortage.
And we will be more
"involved" in our local com-
munity. Our Relay for Life
team is already hard at work
and we're going to have an
award winning float in the
Christmas parade. (There's a
challenge for our staff and
others!) We'll even have a
"celebrity" waiter for the Main
Street dinner playhouse in
November as well as "loan"
our large dishwasher
machine to really help them
out.
As you can see, we're "on
the move" and will continue
working hard to better serve
your medical needs. And
there's more good news in the
future. Stay tuned!
I've received good feedback
on these articles so I'll con-
tinue to write them to let you
know what's going on at
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital.
Hopefully, that's what I've
done with this one!
Give me a call if you have
questions on any of these
items or on anything about
the hospital at 674-5411, ext
206.


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Located on Hwy 20 directly across from
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Wednesday Bible Study...9:00 AM
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Sunday Worship... 11:00 AM


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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
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The County Record, OCTOBER 10, 2007, Page 11


Fire Prevention Week underway

Fire Prevention Week is underway and Calhoun County youngsters are learning a variety of lessons.
Above, the little ones at Gateway Baptist Daycare Center had a visit from Blountstown Fire Department
Chief Ben Hall Monday morning. Chief Hall let the children check out the fire truck and sprayer, while
teaching them some valuable safety tips.




Letter to the Editor cont'd


Beach, it would be worth-
while, but a small county like
Calhoun needs ALL the jobs
we can get and alternatives.
Carr/Clarksville commu-
nity, Altha Community, and
River Street/South of
Blountstown community,, do
not get too assured that you
will keep your middle-school
aged students in their cur-
rent settings of Carr School,
Altha School, and
Blountstown Middle School.
I guarantee that once ground
gets turned over for the 9-12
grade consolidation, you will
begin hearing county-wide
consolidation/relocation of
grades 6-8. It will be the next
phase to this school consoli-
dation strategic plan.
,. Of course, the tax mileage
will continue to rise causing
property taxes .'and rent to
increase even though our
salaries are not currently
keeping up with the. rise in
cost of living. And, most cer-
tainly, the location of the new
county-wide middle school -
just as the proposed high
school - will not be
announced until after all is
said and done.
I would like to close by
stating this: At. least now we
know where Superintendent
Neves stands and it is that
new and .bigger is not only
better for our students and
families, but the only choice
forced upon them. forever-
more. My views have not
changed. I do not sway with
the wind or flip -flop. I pray
and think long and hard
before I take a stand on
issues, and once I do I am


steadfast with passion and
commitment. I challenge any-.
one who is even remotely
thinking about running for
office in 2008 either as
Superintendent of Schools or
school board member, to
come out of hiding and step
up to the plate and express
your opinion now.. Stop play-
ing politics as usual, siding
with whomever you are talk-
ing to at the time and agree-
ing; with them just to gain
favor in hopes of future sup-
port and vote.
I have always believed in
the statement: If you don't
stand for something, you will


fall for anything. I know I for
one am tired of politicians
from the White House down
to the basement of the
Calhoun County Courthouse,
who say pne thing gaining
the trust and vote of their
constituents, then once elect-
ed choose to go fullspeed
ahead doing something else!
TAKE A STAND! ' School
Board members vote NO to
closings of our schools, vote
NO in the loss of choices for
parents and students, VOTE
NO in taking away second
chances for our youth

Glenda Sue Vickery


Glee Club cont'd


ished that looked.
Appearance was part of our
.scores.
The day of our trip finally,
arrives; we are all polished
and packed into the bus. As
we pull out of the' school
yard, all those who are left
behind are wishing they
could come, too, and we are


singing at the top of our
lungs, (in unison and breath-
ing from our diaphragms, of
course) "I want to wake up in
the morning where the
orange blossoms grow: where
the sun coYhes peeping into
where I'm sleeping and the
song birds say hello!!!
What an experience!!! .


Obituaries cont'd


and uncles; and a host of
friends throughout the coun-
try.
Funeral services were held
at 10:00 AM Friday, October
5, at the Adams Funeral
Home Chapel with Reverend
Robert Barton officiating.
Interment followed in the
Poplar Head Cemetery in
Clarksville.


Adams Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrange-
ments (ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com).



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Pro Racing Weekly Update

Oct. 12 -13, 2007


Through Oct. 7, 2007
2007 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1) Jeff Gordon 5690
2) Jimmie Johnson 5681
3) Clint Bowyer 5627
4) Tony Stewart 5536
5) Kevin Harvick 5488
6) Carl Edwards 5485
7) Kurt Busch 5475
8) Kyle Busch 5430
9) Denny Hamlin . 5428
10) Martin Truex Jr. 5390
11) Matt Kenseth 5372
12) Jeff Burton 5354
2007 Busch Grand National


Driver
1) Carl Edwards
2) David Reutimann
3) Kevin Harvick
4) Jason Leffler
5) David Ragan
6) Bobby Hamilton Jr.
7) Greg Biffle .
8) Marcos Ambrose
9) Stephen Leicht
10) Matt Kenseth


Points
4207
3511
3389
3345
3149
3149
3058
2944
2937
2911


-Jeff Gordon
Born: Aug. 4,1971
Sponsor: DuPont
Crew Chief: Steve Letarte
Car: Chevrolet
Biography:
In 1991, Gordon started racing for the USAC Silver
Crown and at the age of 20 became the youngest
driver to win the title. Gordon then went on to spend
two successful years in NASCAR in 1991 and 1992,
driving for Bill Davis Racing Busch Series.
Coincidentally, Gordon's first NASCAR Winston Cup
Series race, the 1992 Hooters 500 at the Atlanta
Motor Speedway, was also the final race for Richard
Petty. In 1993, Gordon raced his first full season in
the Winston Cup for Hendrick Motorsports, where he
won the Rookie of the Year award and finished 14th
in points. In 1994, Jeff Gordon collected his first
career victory at the Lowe's Motor Speedway in the
Coca Cola 600. In 1995, at the age of 24, Gordon
won his first NASCAR Winston Cup Championship.
Over the next 10 years, he went on to win three more
Winston Cup titles. Last year, Gordon qualified for
the Chase for the Cup, but failed to win any of the
Chase races, finishing in sixth place in the standings.
This year, Gordon has raced well and with last
week's win, he vaulted himself into first place in the
Nextel Cup standings.


NASCAR veteran Dale Jarrett will run the first si "
races of the 2008 Nextel Cup Series season before ''
stepping out of his No. 44 Toyota. Jarrett has so
past champion provisionals to use in order to make
races next season even if he cannot qualify on
speed or his team is not in the top 35 of car owner
points, which also guarantees a starting position in the field. Making six
starts will allow Jarrett to conclude his career March 30 at Martinsville,
Va., where he made his first career Cup.start in 1984.


nts/Bonus Jeff Gordon won Sundays race at Talladega Superspeedway
190/5 He surged past Jimmie Johnson on the final lap to become the
175/5 career victory leader at restlictor-plate tracks. It was Jeffs 12th
170/5 career plate win and fih victory this season. Thewin moved him
170/10 back on top of the poi standings. Jimmie Johnson finished
160/5 second and Dave Blaney was third which was the bestfinish this
150/0 year for a Toyota driver Title contender Denny Hamlin finished
1500 fourth.After the race Jimmie sad, 'To get that dose and not win
146/0 is a letdown. There must have been stuff going on behind me
147/5 that I couldn't see, but Jeff could in his mirrorr" Engine trouble hit
143/5 Chase drivers Jeff Burton and Martin Truex Jr. and both
134/0 declared their fie hopes over. Earnhardt, finished 40th.


Who was the first title winner under the
NEXTEL sponsorship and the new
Chase format?


a) Tony Stewart
b) Kurt Busch


c) Matt Kenseth
d) Jeff Gordon


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Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO: 07-55
DIVISION "PR"
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MELVIN L. HALL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of MELVIN L.
HALL, deceased, with the case number indicated
above, is pending in the Circuit Court for Calhoun
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is 20859 Central Avenue E, Room 130,
Blountstown, Florida 32424. The name and
address of the personal representative and of the
personal representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliq-
uidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with this court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this notice:
October 10, 2007.
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
QINTON A. HALL
6069 N.W. Camp Head Road
Altha, Florida 32421
RONALD L. NELSON
Florida Bar Number 280194
Attorney for Personal Representative
517 East Government Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502
Telephone (850) 434-1700

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 07-56
DIVISION: PR
ESTATE OF
IVA NELL WATERS,
'Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Iva Nell
Waters, deceased, File Number 07-56, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
20859 Central Ave., E., Room 130, Blountstown,
Fl 32424. The name and addresses of the per-
sonal resentative and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or' demands against decedents
estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliq-
uldated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with this court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and, other
persons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT ,SO FILED WITH BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATED OF DEATHS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice is
July 30, 2007.
Personal Representative:
Sharon Beems
18789 W Burns Dr.


Loxahatchee, FL 33470
Attorney for Personal Representative:
GORDON & DONER, P.A.
4114 Northlake Blvd.
Second Floor
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33419
Telephone: (561) 799-5070
BY: Scott M. Fischer
Fla. Bar #0301530


Case No:07-246-CA
JAMES STRICKLAND and wife,
OUIDA STRICKLAND,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
CHARLES CRAIG
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CHARLES CRAIG
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 fill 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
October 15, 2007, otherwise a Default will be
entered against you for the-relief demanded in
the Complaint.
DATED this 25th day of September, 2007.
.RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
October 3, 10, 2007

Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On October 15, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. (CST), R &
R Warehouses will dispose of the contents of five
(5) storage units'from Blountstown and five (5)
storage unit from at R&R Warehouses in Bristol a
R & R Warehouses in Blountstown at at 19300
SR 20 W. (850) 674-5478.
The units, are believed to contain household
and/or personal property 9f the following tenants:
Shane Goff
Betty Jackson
Leola Love
Cathy O'Bryan
Brenda Richards,
Barbara Rivers
Gall Robinson
Leon Tipton
Nicolle Vowell
Bobble West
All units not paid in full by this date will be dis-
posed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUCTION
October 3, 10, 2007


Case No.: 07-248-CA
IN RE: DELORES MC COY,
PLAINTIFF
VS.
ROSANNA S�gIOJON ANBJ~fALL PERSONS
CLAIMING ANY' ESTATE, ETC. UPON THE
REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE BILL
OF COMPLAINT IN SAID CAUSE,
DEFENDANTS
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO ALL PERSONS CLAIMING ANY ESTATE,
ETC. UPON THE REAL PROPERTY
DESCRIBED BELOW:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet title
to the following property in Calhoun County,
Florida: 19291 South East Beulah Russ Road,
Blountstown, Calhoun County, Florida, and more
'fully described as follows: SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 &
SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 31, Township 1,
South, Range 8 West, Calhoun County, Florida
has been filed against.you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to


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SaAutumn Ai


IS A


I
it on William E. Wyrough, Jr., the plaintiff's attor-
ney, whose address is 10859 Emerald Coast
Pkwy W, #204 - 426, Miramar Beach, Florida
32550, on or before November 26, 2007, and file
the original with the clerk of this court either
before service on the plaintiff's attorney or imrfie-
diately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.


Mallory Towing and Recovery will hold a public .
auction on October 19, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. (CT) on
a:
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1992 Chev, Geo Storm, 3 Door, Green In
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1999 Toyota, 4 Door, Gray In Golor
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71 North in Blountstown. 850-674-2869.
Mallory Towing and Recovery reserves the right :
to reject any and all bids.
October 10, 2007

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Writ
of Execution issued in Calhoun Court, of
Calhoun County, Florida, on the 20th day of June;
2007, in the cause wherein Dixieland Assets was
the plaintiff and Clyde Lee Melvin was defendant,
being Case No. CC2001-0024, in said Court, I,
David L Tatum, As sheriff of Calhoun County,
Florida, have levied upon all the right, title, and
interest of the defendant, Clyde Lee Melvin in
and to the following described personal property,
to-wit:
1991 GRAY CHEV.
ID# IGCDC14Z5MZ105285
I shall offer this property for sale, on the steps
of the Courthouse, County of Calhoun, State of
Florida, on the 7th day of November 2007 at the
hour of 9:00 a.m. or as soon thereafter as possi-
ble. I will offer for sale all the said defendant,.
Clyde Lee Melvin, title and interest in the afore-
said personal property,.at public auction and will
sell the same, subject to taxes, all prior liens,
encumbrances and judgments, if any to the high-
est and best bidder for CASH IN HAND. The pro-
ceeds to be, applied as far as may be to the pay- .
ment of costs and the satisfaction of the above-
described execution.
David L. Tatum
Sheriff, Calhoun County
October 10, 17, 24, 31, 2007


NOTICE OF PUBLIC TEST OF VOTE
TABULATING EQUIPMENT
The Elections Canvassing Board for the City
of Blountstown will convene at the office of the
Cair.oun County Supervisor ol Ele:tuors,. 20859'
Central Avenue'East, Room G-10, Blountstown, I
Florida, at 2 p.m. on Thursday, October 18,2007.
The Canvassing Board is convening for the test-
ing of ballot tabulating equipment to be used for
the November 6, 2007, municipal runoff election.
The board may also discuss other matters relat-
ing to the November 6, .2007, municipal runoff
election.
In accordance with the Sunshine Law of
Florida, this meeting will be open to the public.
NOTE: Section 286.0105, .Florida Statutes,
states that if a person decides to'appeal any
decision by.a board, agency, or commission'with
respect to any matter considered at a meeting or
hearing, he or she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she
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.


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Dated October 1, 2007
Legal-N oticew RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOUR-
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Qualifying Record: Dale Eamhardt Jr. 186.034 - 2000
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Track Statistics & History
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Distance: 1.5 miles
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in the infield area. The speedway was the first superspeedway
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The County Record, OCTOBER. 10, 2007, Page 12


School review cont'd


a planning framework for dis-
trict improvement that
addresses four elements -
VISION and MISSION, PRO-
FILE, PLAN, and RESULTS;
* Demonstrating Quality
Assurance - The district
demonstrates quality assur-
ance through institutional
integrity, peer review, and
documentation of the results
of its improvement efforts.
The Calhoun County
School District is proud of
the achievements of all dis-
trict schools. The Florida
Department of Education has
designated Calhoun County
School District an "A" School
District for the past four
years. The district now looks
forward to completing the
District SACS CASI Review in
April, 2008, with flying col-
ors.
The new 2007-2008


Calhoun County School
District Vision and Mission
Statements are:
* Vision: Calhoun County
School District strives to be a
world class school system;
preparing today's students
for tomorrow's world.
* .Mission: Calhoun
County School District is
committed to excellence,


ensuring that each student
achieves his or her highest
potential in a global society.
Please, citizens of Calhoun
County, unite with our
school district in carrying out
this Vision and Mission for
the children of Calhoun
County. They deserve no less
than the best!


Carr/Clarksville VFD

expresses appreciation


The Carr/Clarksville
Volunteer Fire Department
members would like to thank
the community of the
Carr/Clarksville area, and
the rest of the Calhoun
County citizens for another


successful fundraiser. If it
wasn't for the donations it
would be difficult to keep our
department up and going to
respond to emergency calls.
Once again, thank you very
much for your support.


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The County Record, OCTOBER 10, 2007, Page 13


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


AUCTION
FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION
Saturday, October 13, 2007,9:00
a.m.
1-mile east of Greenwood, FL on
Highway 69 Ford Rd.
Consignments Welcome
John Stanley
850-594-5200
AU044/AB491

CARS & TRUCKS
1986 Ford F-150, good condition,
asking $,2000. Call 762-9470.

FOR RENT

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT.
Downtown Blountstown. Call 643-
6107
Apartment for rent, good downtown
location. Call David at 674-1000 or
674-1706.
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.

2 bedroom mobile home, nice loca-
tion near school. in Bristol. Call 643-
7569.
Trailer for rent - 2 bedroom, 2 full
bath, water/sewer furnished. 5
miles on Hwy. 69. $400/mo plus
$375/deposit. Call 785-6473.

Trailer for rent - (1) 2 bedroom trail-
er; (1) 3 bedroom trailer. Call 674-
5961.

FOR SALE
2001 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic,
black, new highway bars, new wind-
shield, new grips, 33,000 miles.
$3,200 OBO. Call 762-4926.
Westin running boards for 2001-
2003 Ford F-150 X Cab, 4 dr. Used
approximately 6 months. Paid
$377.00, asking $250.00.


Interim Healthcare
has an immediate opening in
the Altha area for an LPN.
This position is
36+ hours each week.
Please Call
482-2770
or stop by 4306
Fifth Avenue to apply.


Interim Healthcare
has an immediate opening in
the Altha area for an LPN.
This position is
36+ hours each week.
Please Call
482-2770
or stop by 4306
Fifth Avenue to apply.


DRIVERS
USA
READY MIX
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
TFC


Old time record player, $20;
Christmas wreath, $15. Call 674-
3264.
NeW and old books, assorted
sizes. Call 674-5769. Call 674-
5769.
Trunk mount bike rack, set of 4
satellite speakers, professional dive
fins, Space 1999 DVD collection,
countertop convection oven, Dirt
Devil Broom Vac. Call 643-4034.

$150 Queen Pillow-Top Mattress
Set. New in plastic with warranty.
850-222-9879
BEDROOM: New complete 6 piece
set still boxed, $599, can deliver
(850) 222-7783 .
LEATHER COUICH & LOVESEAT.-
NEW, lifetime warranty, sacrifice
$799. (can deliver). (850) 425-8374

NEW QUEEN POSTER bedroom
set - bed, dresser, mirror, chest,
nightstand. $4000 value, must sell
$1600. 850-545-7112
DINING ROOM - Beautiful cherry
table, 2 arm & 4 side chairs, lighted
china cabinet. Brand new in boxes,
can deliver. Must move, $799. 850-
222-7783
Couch $250 chair $175 Love seat
$225. Will sell as group at $640 or
separate. All brand NEW/still boxed.
Can deliver. (850) 545-7112
FULL MATTRESS SET $125. New
in sealed plastic. Can Deliver. 850-
222-7783
GLIDER ROCKER w/ottoman.
Swivels, glides and rocks. BRAND
NEW still in box, $199 for set. Call






PARTHENON
HEALTHCARE OF
BLOUNTSTOWN
Currently has the following
positions available:
Nurses
$3,500 Sign On Bonus
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C.N.A.'s
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Sandi 850-425-8374
Sectional Living Room Set. Brand
NEW - still in pkge. Sugg. Retail
$1999, sacrifice $999 - 850-545-
7112.
New Queen AIR BED Mattress Set
with dual controls adjustable by the
SLEEP NUMBER. Retails at $1999
will let go at $1099. Call today (850)
222-9879. Delivery available.

FREE PETS
Free kittens, (2) 8 weeks old,
beautiful females, one black, one
tuxedo. Call 674-6410 or 447-0811.

JOB OPPORTUNITY

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED. No
CDL? No Problem! $900 weekly.
Home weekends with TMC.
Company endorsed CDL Training. 1-
866-280-5309.

LOST & FOUND

Found - black bulldog mix with white
on chest. Neutered male. Women
pattern collar. Found at Chipola
River between Lamb Eddy and Look
'n'Tremble. Call 638-4406.

PETS FOR SALE

Rabbits for sale, $8.00 ea. Call
762-3274.

REAL ESTATE

2 acres with-1996 14 x 48 mobile
home and two additional out build-
ings with well and septic tank. Very
nice quiet secluded location just 2
miles north of Blountstown just off
Hwy. 69. $47,995.00. Call 850-643-
5417 daytime, 950-643-5939 home.
(No late calls please.)
Land for sale - 32 acres mixed res-
idential within Altha City Limits. Call
674-1489.

SERVICES
QUALITY HOME REPAIR and


HANDYMAN SERVICES
-Custom Built Storage Barns -Decks
and Porches,
-General Home Repair,
-Remodeling
Call 850-674-3998 or 850-899-0904

WANTED

Wanted - If you have a doghouse
you are not using anymore and wish
to give it to a little dog who needs
one please call 762-2847 and ask for
Michelle.
Wanted! Need! badly a house in
Calhoun County area, needs to be a
3 or 4 bedroom and need it ASAP for
rent or for rent to own. Please call
674-1094.

YARD SALE

Yard sale Saturday - Bargain Bag
Sale: $3 for EVERYTHING you can
stuff into a large paper.grocery bag
(provided). Items: all size men,
women and plus, baby boy 0 to 4T,
and household/decor items. Will
start firmly at 8:00 a.m. and go only
until noon. Hwy. 20, 2 miles west of
Blountstown.

Yard sale Saturday at 20214 NW
Oak Ave., 7:00 a.m. until. Tires,
sinks, electric tools, books, misc.
stuff.
Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 until. Twin
boys' clothing, junior girl's size, 3-7,
ladies size large, toys, dishes, dress-
er, Nordic Trac, bedding, Christmas
decorations, books, DVDs, juicer,
child's swing, rocking chairs, and
more. Located 1/2 mile from Hwy. 20
on Hwy. 275S. Red brick house on
right just before you head down the
hill.


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