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Car show

Saturday
The Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office 6th Annual Car
Show is set for Saturday, Oct.
11, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Xtreme Motor Sports, located
one mile south of
Blountstown on Hwy. 71.
This is an entrant judged
event with top 40 and best of
trophies awarded. There will
be a live DJ, 50/50 drawing,
concessions, door prizes,
and drawings for the kids.
Lt. Adam Terry is pictured
above with one of the car
show shirts. They sell for $10
each.
The event is a 'Christmas
for the Children' benefit. For
registration forms and infor-
motion, call Lt. Adam Terry or
Tony Shoemake at 674-5049
or email tshoemake@cal-
hounsheriff.com



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fight against

cancer.


'BY ROBYN PARRISH-HILL
Cancer. Such a simple word, yet so
powerful and complex. It is this multi-
faceted disease that has darkened the
doors of millions of people worldwide,
leaving them feeling alone and desper-
ate.
However, it is in that darkest hour,
upon the horizon one finds courage and
hope beckoning them on to a better
day., Out of that darkness come stories
of courage, stories of hope, and stories
of survival. Each year the Relay for
Life honors those who exemplify the
quality of mind and spirit that enables
ond to face difficulty with out fear and
those who through their tireless service
to their community make a positive dif-


ference.
Shirley Bateman never imagined
that a phone call from her daughter, a
nurse, would lead to the devastating
diagnosis of cancer. Shirley, a retired
schoolteacher, had always lived an
active, healthy life. Whether volun-
teering at church, working on her farm,
or helping friends in need, Shirley was
always there to lend a helping hand.
However in 2006, Shirley knew some-
thing was wrong when her daughter
called her after one of her check-ups.
The ncws was not good. Throat can-
cer. To many this diagnosis would be a
death sentence. But, Shirley, a true
fighter, would not ret the diagnosis get
her down. Despite her age and illness,
Shirley never gave into cancer. She


continued to live her life normally, .con-
tinuing to volunteer at her church and
helping others in need.
It was this courageous attitude dur-
ing her battle with cancer that led her
to form a Relay for Life team at her
church. In 2008 at the age of 73,
Shirley and teammate Lila Davis
worked effortlessly in coordinating a
church team for the 2008 Calhoun-
Liberty Relay for Life. Inspired by
Shirley, Lila encouraged her church to
get involved with the Relay for Life.
Their team, who had never been
involved in the Relay before, was com-
prised of the seasoned members of the
church. Lila went above and beyond
.See COURAGE AND HOPE, page 12


NOMINATIONS BEING SOUGHT


'Extreme Makeover. Home Edition'


seeking deserving families in area


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Computer

game leads

local man to

file lawsuit
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Blountstown man has
filed a class action lawsuit
against a computer game com-
pany this week.
Brandon Gardner is suing
Electronic Arts, the company
that produces the game "Mass
Effect". In the complaint, he
alleges that, when the game is
installed, a second, undisclosed
program known as SecuROM
is also downloaded on your
computer.
"Consumers are given no
control, rights, or options over
SecuROM," Gardner states in
his complaint. "The program
cannot be completely unin-
stalled. Once installed, it
becomes a permanent part of
the consumer's software port-
folio." "
Gardner alleges the
California based game compa-
ny violated the consumer legal
remedies act, the copyright
act, and the unfair competition
law, as well as interfered with
use of his property. He is seek-
ing a refund for his purchase of
the game, along with damages
and legal fees.
Due to the potential num-
ber. of, class members in the
suit, the claim is estimated to
exceed $5,000,000. .


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If you've longed to hear the words,
"Move that bus!" and discover the home
of your dreams waiting on the other side,
here is your chance.
Lauren Spiegel, a casting associate for
the ABC television show Extreme


Makeover: Home Edition, called The
County Record last week in search of 'a
heroic and deserving family' in our area
in need of a home makeover.
As described in a press release on the
search, Ty Pennington arid his crew have
been all across the map and now they
want to drive that famous bus to. the
Northern Florida Area.


SATURDAY MORNING AT THE MARKET
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IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL DAY for the River Valley Marketplace held Saturday morning
in the greenspace next to Wakulla Bank. The market is sponsored on the first
Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. to noon by Blountstown Main Street. Vendor
spaces are free, but items must be homegrown or handmade. To reserve a space
for the next event Nov. 1, call 899-0500. For market highlights, turn to page 2.


"We are looking for inspirational fami-
. lies that America can really robt for," says
Casting Director, Quintin Strack.
What does if take to be picked for an
Extreme Makeover? Strack says, "we
are in search of real heroes... people that
have amazing strength and who have put
their own needs aside to help someone
else." In addition, to heroics, the produc-
ers are looking for families whose homes
are in dire need of help. "We donat want
to tear down a nice looking house. We
want, to see houses that look like they
might fall down on their own!" ,
Here's the details on nominating your
own family or a worthy family you know:
V 'bTo be eligible, a family must own
their own single family home and be able
to show producers how a, makeover will
make a huge' difference in their lives.
V Interested families should e-mail a
short description of their family story to:
castnorthfl@gmail.com
V Nominations must include the
names and .ages of each member of the
household along with a description of the
major challenges within the home.
V Be sure to explain why this family is
deserving, heroic, or a positive role model
in their community.
S V If possible, include a recent photo of
the family.
t Don't forget to include a contact
phone number.
V The deadline for nominations is
October 17th, 2008. Don't delay!
For more information on how to apply
please visit the show's website at:
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home/index?pn = apply >
Each episode of "Extreme Makeover:
Home Edition" is self-contained and fea-
tures a race against time on a project that
would ordinarily take at least four months
to achieve, involving a team of designers,
contractors and several hundred workers
See EXTREME MAKEOVER, page 12


Engine 1


in service
The Blountstown Fire
Department's first female firefight-
er, Marcy Owens, made the first
radio call to put the new BFD fire
truck known as engine 1 in service
Saturday morning during a dedi-
cation ceremony held at the fire
station. For details, turn to page 3.






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The County Record, OCTOBER 8, 2008, Page 2


Murder Mystery Dinner


Theatre tickets on sale


Tickets are now on sale for
the 3rd Annual Blountstown
Main Street Murder Mystery
Dinner Theatre so get ready to
head "Back to Jack's" for a
rockin' good time!
Due to popular demand, the
show will run four nights -
Thursday, Oct. 30, Saturday,
Nov. 1, Friday, Nov. 7, and
Saturday, Nov. 8, ,inside the his-
toric Frink Gym at the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement.
Tickets are $35 each. The
event will begin with a wine and
cheese reception, along with a
silent auction, on the front
porch of the Frink Gym at 6
p.m. Dinner will be served at


6:45 p.m. and the show will
begin at 7:30 p.m.
This musical production will
be set at one of Blountstown's
favorite old haunts, Jack's
Drive In. As always, the stars of
the show will be local actors
who will pull out all the stops to
keep you entertained.
Tickets are available at
Merle Norman/Studio 20 on
Central Avenue West (across
from Superior Bank). You can
stop by the shop to purchase
your tickets or, if you are out of
town and need to make reser-
vations and have them mailed
to you, call Kelli at 899-0500


(please leave a message).
Proceeds from the produc-
tion go to Blountstown Main
Street, an organization with a
mission to revitalize downtown
Blountstown. One of the biggest
fundraisers associated with the
dinner theatre is the silent 'auc-
tion. Although it is typically
held on the first night of the
show, this year it is being
expanded to all four; nights.
Donations of anything from
books to art to vacation home
visits are needed to help raise
money for the downtown effort.
Call Lisa Creamer at 557-
4815 if you would like to donate
something to the silent auction.


River Valley Marketplace

Fall was in the air in downtown Blountstown Saturday for the River Valley Marketplace spon-
sored by Blountstown Main Street. Held the first Saturday of every month in the greenspace
next to Wakulla Bank, the market features fresh produce, home baked goods, handmade
crafts, and original artwork. The produce offerings were a little slim this month with many fresh
fruits and vegetables still in the ground or on the vine. The next market is set for Nov. 1.


10/3/2008

Fellow Tax Payers



Bailing out the struggling financial sector is not
the only place our tax dollars are being thrown.
I am sure you have opened up a letter from your
local Supervisor of Elections office to find your
sample ballot. My first impression was, "This is
nice." Then I started thinking about the
resources that went into this endeavor.

One printed envelope, one printed' letterhead
paper, one duplex printed legal size paper, one
household stamp, two inches of tape, and time
assembling. All of these things in bulk come to
a conservative estimate of $055 per mailing or
$4,657.00 in total.

This price is magnified when you calculate in
the effective cost per mailing. If only 30 50
percent of the public vote, then the effective
cost per registered voter is $1.10 per mailing or
$9350.00 in total. Wow! What a calculated, or
should I say not calculated, use of tax dollars.
The 30 50 percent of active voters will seek
out this information to inform themselves' about
what will appear on the ballot. The Internet, the
Supervisor of Elections Office, and even local
.papers are all cost effective alternatives to
mailings.

Let's look for financially responsible ways to.
inform the public without wasting resources in
the process.


Voter and Taxpayer

Roy Pickron






Paid for by Roy Pickron a Registered Voter and Taxpayer


CALHOUN COUNTY
Sept. 29: Tony Demetrius Terry, violation of suspended sentence
Sept. 30: Timothy Keith Stone, violation of suspended sentence;
Antwann Charquay Chambers, violation of probation; Janita Denise
Monlyn, burglary of dwelling, grand theft; Robert Berry, possession of
controlled substance, drug paraphernalia; Jeremy Moseley, posses-
sion of 1/t 20 grams marijuana, drug paraphernalia; Kara Motes, pos-
session of 1/t 20 grams marijuana, drug paraphernalia
Oct. 1: Latasha Mathis Pouncy, fraudulent use of credit card, petit theft,
DWLSR
Oct. 2: Megan Leigh Phillips, violation community control
Oct. 3: Waymon Leon Richardson, DWLSR; Stephanie Ann Wagner,
violation of probation; Peggy Joyce Arnold, DWLSR with knowledge;
David Leon Crowe, violation of probation; Jessie O'Bryan, DUI, pos-
session of 1/t 20 grams marijuana, drug paraphernalia, no motorcycle
endorsement
Oct. 4: Keith Bradley Jones, disorderly intoxication; -Ubaldo Martinez
Marcial, hold for Bay Co., DWLSR m/t 4 months
LIBERTY COUNTY
Sept. 30: Jessica A. Thomas, DUI; Shelia Miller, hold for Gadsden;
Yolanda Alford, possession cocaine, paraphernalia, DWLSR with
knowledge
Oct. 1: Janita Monlyn, hold for CCSO; Kara Motes, hold for CCSO;
Latasha Mathis, hold for CCSO
Oct. 2: Andres Rubio Chavez, battery; Megan L. Phillips, hold for CCSO
Oct. 3: Stephanie Wagner, hold for CCSO; Peggy Arnold, hold for CCSO
The above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun or Liberty
County Jail over the past week. Although they have been charged
with a crime, they are considered Innocent until proven guilty.


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The County Record, OCTOBER 8, 2008, Page 3


Haunted house scheduled



to open Oct. 18 downtown


Fire Prevention Week kicks off


with dedication of new BFD truck


The Blountstown Fire
Department (BFD) held a ded-
ication ceremony Saturday
morning for their new fire truck
known as Engine 1.
The BFD was founded in
1910 with a "bucket brigade."
According to an old newspaper
article Fire Chief Ben Hall
found during the Centennial,
buckets hung underneath the
water tower that once stood
near City Hall. The BFD's first
fire engine, Engine 1, was pur-
chased after a fire at the Neal
Lumber Mill, near River.
Street. The Neal Lumber
Company recognized
Blountstown's need in 1927 and
paid for the purchase of a 1927
American LaFrance fire engine.
In honor of that donation
then, and the W.T. Neal
Foundation's contribution
toward this truck, the BFD has
named this. new fire truck
Engine 1. (If named using the
BFD traditional method, it


would be Engine 9, as it is the
ninth in their history).
"What absolutely blows me
away, is that Blountstown's fire-
fighters fought fire with buckets
for 17 years before getting a fire
engine!" says Chief Hall.
"Today, we have a tremendous
water supply here in the City,
and our mutual aid depart-
ments are blessed with large
tankers that can carry as much
as 6,000 gallons. I can't imag-
ine fighting fire five gallons at a
time." -
Chief Hall goes on to say,
"This new engine comes at the
perfect time in the life of
Blountstown. With all of the
new growth and development,
this truck is much more suited
to the needs of our City."
Technical details about the
truck can be found on the
BFD's website at
www.blountstownfire.org (click
on "Apparatus").
Saturday's dedication cere-


mony was the perfect kickoff for
National Fire Prevention Week,
a time when firefighters remind
everyone to "Prevent Home
Fires".
"Over two-thirds of all fire
deaths occur in residences, and
our goal is, to reduce that num-
ber by encouraging safe cooking
practices, using care when
burning candles or lamps and,
of course, checking the batteries
in your smoke detectors," Chief
Hall remarks. "If you do not
have a smoke detector in your
home, contact your fire depart-
ment and we'll provide" one
while supplies last."
For more information on
Fire Prevention Week, you can
visit www.firepreventionweek
.org or www.blountstownfire.org


FCCD Chapter 36, along
with the Blountstown Police
Department, will be having the
Haunted House again this year.
Our location has changed again;
this year we will be located in
the brick building beside
Helping Hands Thrift Store,
across from Snowden's
Surveying, on Pear Street.
Opening night is at dark on
Oct. 18 (possibly sooner...spe-
cific dates to be announced in
next week's edition). Those vis-
iting the haunted house should
be aware...the building where
the event will be held has a dis-
turbing history. The details fol-
low. Consider yourself warned.

THE STORY BEHIND THE
TERROR HOUSE
Jonas and Ava Moody were
a pleasant young couple start-
ing their lives in a small river
town. They opened a ware-
house together. Local shop-
keepers paid to store their
goods, in the warehouse until


they were either sold or
shipped.
After several years of mar-
riage, Ava found that she and
her husband were unable to
have children. A grief stricken
Ava mourned to have a child of
her own. Jonas watched help-
lessly as his wife grew more and
more depressed until one day,
he decided he must find a way
to ease her pain.
They chose to adopt a small
child. But after only a few short
months, what was supposed to
be the answer to the end of
their suffering, turned tragic
when the child accidentally shot
itself with Jonas' gun, in the
warehouse.
Ava became mad, and with-
out Jonas' knowledge, began to
abduct young children and hold
them captive, hiding them in
-the warehouse. When Jonas
discovered what his insane wife
was doing, he was appalled. He
knew, however, what the towns-
people would dio to her if they


found out. So, as he still loved
his wife dearly, he decided to
aide her in her plan and keep
her dark secret.
After a number of years, of
committing these atrocious acts,
Jonas also became maddened.
With neither of them in their
right minds, they began to tor-
ture and terrorize the young-
sters. What started out as an
attempt to have a happy family
became a breeding ground for
evil.
The warehouse became a
meeting place for all things
wicked and horrific, known to
all as TERROR HOUSE.
After years of torture, tor-
ment and unspeakable acts, the
captives rebelled and brutally
murdered Jonas. A demented
Ava hanged herself as a result of
the loss of her husband and col-
league in immorality.
A spiritual cleansing was
performed on the warehouse, to

See HAUNTED HOUSE, page 11


Goat Day to feature


free activities for kit


Don't miss Goat Day 2008
as the Blountstown Rotary
.Club presents the 22nd annual
festival on Saturday, Oct. 18th,
at Sam Atkins Park in
Blountstown.
Cost is $5 per person with
children under 1 admitted free.
Gates open at 9 a.m. and ven-
dors will be present until 3 p.m.
Please note that ALL CHIL-
DRENS' ACTIVITIES WILL
BE FREE OF CHARGE. This
includes pony rides, train rides,
inflatable jumping activities,
coin toss, greased pig race,
moon walk, and more!
This year's event will feature
our favorite vendors from years
past and also new first-time
vendors specializing in hand-


made goods and crafts. Artist
and craftsmen from across tl
Panhandle and craft circuit
will have many unique wares
share. In addition, there will 1
plenty of food'vendors and li'
music throughout the day.
Please remember to visit tl
Panhandle Pioneer Settleme
Museum on Goat Day for tl
annual Pioneer Day Festiva
There will be ice cream, snc
cones, demonstrators, and li,
music.
For more information, vii
www.blountstownrotary.comn/
atday.htm. Or, contact Phill
Hill at 850-447-1975
philliphill.clh@gmail.cor
Email is the preferred meth(
of contact.


Kinard Carnival set


for Saturday, Oct. 25


The Kinard Volunteer Fire
Department invites you to
bring the family to its annual
Halloween Carnival Fund
Raiser Saturday, October 25th,
starting at 5:00 p.m. CDT.
Some of the activities at the
carnival include a kids' costume
class (starts at 6:00 p.m.),
numerous door prizes, pony
tides, cake walk, dunking
booth, cake auction, haunted
house, car bash, and various
booths with prizes at most.
Prices are extremely reason-

River reunion

Sunday at the

old Frink Gym
The 2nd Annual River
Reunion will be held Sunday,
Oct. 12, from 11 a.m. til 4 p.m.
at the Frink Gym inside the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
in Blountstown. Please bring a
couple dishes and join us for lots
of fellowship and entertain-
ment. Dinner will be served at
1 p.m.

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ter or fifty cents. Tickets will be
available onsite for the $500
raffle. Food and drinks are also
available onsite.
For more information, con-
tact Doyle Daniels at 639-
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Foster care

and adoption 8A

training set
Life Management Center
will be offering a free training to
individuals and couples who
have a desire to learn more 06 FORD
about expanding their current
family in a foster care or adop-
tion capacity. This session will
take place on Thursday,
October 9, at 6:00 pm at Big
Bend Community Based at
1352 South Blvd in Chipley. 07FORi
This training course will pre-
pare individuals and couples to
care for our communities most
vulnerable children who have a
need for a loving and structured
home.
If, you have an interest in
attending or just want to learn
more about foster Ccre or adop-
tion, you are encouraged to call
Christie Bascetta toll free at 1-
866-769-9481 anytime or by
email at cbascetta@lifeman-
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The County Record, OCTOBER 8, 2008, Page 4



______________S TO THE EDlITOR'


Dear Editor,
I am a life long resident of
Calhoun County and a member
of Westside Volunteer Fire
Department.
On Oct. 1, our department
was called to respond to a fully
involved house fire in our dis-
trict. When our 32 year old fire
engine arrived (which is held
together with spit, duct tape,
and prayer), it would not pump
water. If it were not for the
mutual assistance of
Blountstown FD, Nettle Ridge
VFD, and Magnolia VFD, the
fire would not have been extin-
guished. Our humble gratitude
goes out to these departments.
Our fire department has
been awarded a $250,000 grant
to replace this fire engine
because of it's condition, out-
dated equipment, and it being
deemed unsafe and unfit for fire
service. We are told as a condi-
tion of the grant that the truck
MUST be taken out of commis-
sion and CANNOT be sold to
another department for use.
Our financial responsibility for
the grant is to have matching
funds of $12,500.
Recently, The County
Record ran articles on the coun-
ty fire service and our chief was
interviewed and quoted in the
segments. After the articles
appeared, members of our fire
department were told by two
county commissioners that we
had better not expect the coun-
ty to contribute to the grant
match. -
Law enforcement and fire
protection should be top priori-
ties for the county commission-
ers. The county fire depart-
ments' budgets are being raised
from $3000 to $4000 this year.
This amount doesn't cover fuel
costs, let alone equipment and
vehicle maintenance, training,
equipment testing, utilities, and
new equipment. It is an embar-
rassment to attend state fire
functions when your county's
fire department funding is con-
sidered a joke.
County commissioners are
elected employees of Calhoun
County residents. They work
for us to help make our families
and homes safer. In order to
improve your fire protection
and your fire department we
must, as citizens, hold these
employees accountable for
4oing what is best for the people
of this county.

Rita Smith Pruette



To the Editor:
The Carr/Clarksville
Volunteer Fire Department
would like to thank the commu-
nity for coming out this past
Saturday and supporting our
annual fundraiser.
The funds that were raised
at this event will help purchase
equipment used to protect you
and your property.
Thanks again for the great
support!-

Darryl O'Bryan

Dear Editor: '
The Office of Big Bend
Community Based Care would


like to thank the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Office and
Captain Michael Bryant for
conducting a class for our care
managers. We would also like
the thank Adams Funeral
Home for their generosity, as
well as the WT Neal Civic
Center, for the use of their facil-
ities.
Big Bend Community
Based Care

To the Editor:
I would like to thank all the
dedicated teachers, parents and
community partners that made
the SWAT's Back party a suc-
cess.
A special thanks goes to
Vanessa O'Neal, Chipola
Healthy Start and Kat Dallas,
Blountstown Middle School
SWAT Advisor for all their hard
work and commitment to help
provide positive influences in
the lives of the county's youth.
One hundred and one youth
learned about the deceitful
marketing tactics of the tobacco
companies and enjoyed the
night's entertainment that was
provided by DJ Dudes.

Pamela McDaniel, Tobacco
Prevention Specialist for
Calhoun County
Folks,
The richest country in the
world has run out of money.
While both the largest aquifer
and the wettest state in our
country is running out of water.
We are still using 178 gallons
of water per day, per person
and still creating massive
amounts of nutrient pollution.
Rape and Pillage Development
is still creating rapidly spread-
ing Urban Sprawl, covering two
thirds of the state. We are pol-
luting what is left of our water-
ways to the extent that we have
to set limits on the amount of
pollution that can be dumped
into our rivers.
We are still o promoting
unsustainable growth at an
increasing rate and our aquifer
is running dangerously low on
fresh water and all the while the
politicians are still talking about
what to do at meetings and
workgroups.
The latest and probably the
most important meeting
occurred last week: The Florida
Water Congress was organized
by the Century Commission for.,
a Sustainable Florida, a group
charged with recommending
reforms to the governor and the
Legislature. Dixie County
Commissioner Buddy Lamb
. was a delegate.
My 'Two Cents: This quote


about the Water Congress
results are from an honest,
straight-shooting man, whom I
highly respect. "We saw a lot of
feel-good modest suggestions
here, but nothing with any real
gravity," said Charles Lee of
Audubon of Florida.
Below are links to stories in
major Florida newspapers and
just like the player who lays
down the last and winning hand
of a poker game says, "Read
them and weep".
Plan for a Florida water czar
resurfaces at conference St
Pete Times
http://www.tampabay.com/n
ews/environment/water/arti-
cle824694.ece
Financial matters come first
at Water Congress meeting St.
Pete Times
http://www.tampabay.com/n
ews/environment/water/arti-
cle829278.ece
Orlando summit looks
beyond St. Johns River water
wars Orlando Sentinel
http://www.orlaridosentinel.c
om/news/local/state/orl-
water2708sep27,0,4408311.sto
ry
Let Florida's water law work
before we blink Ocala Star
Banner
http://www.ocala.com/arti-
cle /2008092 8/OPIN-
ION/809280281?Title=Let_Fl
orida s waterlawworkbefor
eweblink
Water group hopes for
reform, results News-Journal
http://www.news-journalon-
line.com/NewsJournalOnline/N
ews/Enviro/bchSTAT01ENVO
92708.htm
"Never doubt that a small
group of thoughtful, committed
citizens can change
the world. Indeed, it is the
only thing that ever has."
Margaret Meade

Stan Meeks

Letter to the Editor:
The Congressman for
Calhoun County supported the
700 billion dollar bill to bailout
someone. Who?
The House of
Representatives Voted on the
bill October 3, 2008. The
Senator who represents the
Panhandle of Florida voted in
the negative on the bill in the
. Senate. I would hope that both
support to have those people
that caused this problem be
held accountable. I have little
faith that this will happen.
Congressmen and Senators are
law makers not law enforcers,
but they have over sight of the


32nd Frink School



Reunion Saturday


The final preparations are
being made for the 32nd
Annual Frink School Reunion
to be held on Saturday, October
11. Everyone will gather in the
Frink gym at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement in 'Sam


Atkins- Park.
Hope you can 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.


All the people in Calhoun
County I talked with did not
support this bill. Calhoun
County's Congressmen are
elected to represent the people
in the 2nd district of Florida, in
Washington, and on this bill did
the Congressman hear the peo-
ple?
Has he voted to spend your
tax dollars on projects other
than where it should have
gone? Was the reason for the
other projects in this bill (add
,150 billion to 700 billion) to
gain. support for the bailout to
pass in the House of
Representatives?
The elected people in
Congress and Senate are situa-'
tional. Both houses have no
vision for the future. If they had
I would not be writing this.
What has happened to this
country? Congress and the
Senate, it would appear, serve
for personal gain and to hell
with the American people. I
can't believe that Congress will
take advantage of the working
people of this great country that
don't have the time to be
informed on the issues that
affect 'their lives. (I didn't for
many years) And at no fault of
their own, they reelect the same
people that are supposed to
represent THE PEOPLE in
Washington.
Be informed and vote.
WAKE UP AMERICA.

Charles Wood


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Mr. Cecil Baggett of Altha,
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Retired educators meet;

next gathering is Dec. 5


Come one, come all! The
Calhoun County History
Project invites you to their
October 9th board meeting,
5:00 pm, at the restored M&B
Train Depot on north Pear
Street.
These meetings are open to
anyone interested in local histo-
ry. We need your help and
ideas developing this communi-
ty treasure. Whether you have
one hour, one day, or more, any
volunteer help is greatly appre-
ciated.


The mission of the Calhoun
County History Project is to
acquire, compile, and display
for education and interest, doc-
uments, artifacts, and memora-
bilia that depict the rich and
vivid history of the people, agri-
culture, industry, and natural
resources of Calhoun, County
and surrounding communities.
For more information, please
contact the Calhoun County
Cooperative Extension Service
at 850-674-8323 or email
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BY AILEEN MCQUAGGE
The Calhoun County
Retired Educators Association
members met Friday, October
3, in the Heritage Room of the
Calhoun County Public Library
with Pres. Jessie Mae presid-
ing.
Following a brief get-togeth-
er over delicious refreshments,
provided by Jessie Mae Price,
the General Meeting vras con-
vened at 10:00 a.m.
Chaplain Johnnie Mae
Whitley gave the Devotions.
She read Psalm 100 "Make a
joyful noise unto thd Lord...It
was He Who made us...His
truth endureth for all genera-
tions..." She closed with a
prayer.
Three topics were discussed
in the business session: (1)
Membership attract new
retirees, to join FFREA and
encourage present members to
attend meetings regularly.
(Membership win FFREA
enables all retired educators to
receive a subsidy on their
health insurance). (2)
Scholarship Fund We need
funds to provide 2 scholarships
years one to an Altha student


and one to a Blountstown stu-
dent. (3) Improve our Literacy
Program.
The next meeting will be at
the W.T. Neal Civic Center
Friday, December 5, for the
annual Christmas Musical
Program provided by Mrs.
Cathy Kimbrel's delightful fifth
grade singers.
Each member is asked to
bring cookies for the refresh-
ments. The committee. will
bring the punch. Also, each
member is asked to bring 2
wrapped Christmas gifts
(labeled male or female) tp be
divided among Parthenon
Healthcare and Blountstown
Rehab clients.
We look forward to seeing all
members and friends
December 5 at 10:00 a.m. at
the Civic Center.


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Altha hosts Bethlehem Friday

J.V. Lady Wildcats are 11-3,


varsity picks up district win


BY JIM MclNTOSH
Picking up wins over'
Bozeman and North Florida
Christian last week pushed the
Altha Junior Varsity Lady
Wildcats' record to 11-3. The
varsity squad picked up their
first district win of the season by
defeating- Bozeman-- -.--
ALTHA, SEPTEMBER 30
- The Altha Lady Wildcats
decided to open deer season
early this year by bagging the
Bozeman Lady Bucks in both
matches.
Thanks to Aerial Folsom's
deadeye aim with a season-high
14 service points along with 8
aces, the JV Lady Cats (10-3)
knocked down. the Bozeman
Lady Bucks in Game 1, 25-12.
With Altha trailing by a point,
Sharlyn Smith's 4 straight serv-


ice points gave the Lady
Wildcats' the lead, 11-8. Aerial
Folsom left no doubt as to who
would win Game 1 with her 7
straight service points to give
Altha a 24-12 lead.
Folsom continued her domi-
nance at the service line to open
Game 2 with a 5-1 lead and the
-Lady Wildcats- (11-3) were on
their way to a 25-15 victory.
Nikki Schamens made it a 9-2
lead with her 3 service points
and Angela Waldron put it out
of reach at 13-5 as well as end-
ing the game with a service ace.
* Kelsey Rehberg had 6'serv-
ice points and, 3 aces. Both
Nikki Schamens and Angela
Waldron posted 5 service
points; Schamens was credited
with. 2 aces. Sharlyn Smith
chalked up 4 points and
Kimberly Wiltse had a service


point.
The Varsity Lady Wildcats
mirrored their JV counterparts
by downing Bozeman in three
straight games and picking up
their first district win of the sea-:
son.
Unable to get their serves in
in Game_ 1, ,Altha --fell behind-
16-10. But Rebekah Wiltse got
the Lady Cats (3-9; 1-4, 2-2A)
on track with 7 straight service
points to give her team a 1 point
lead, 18-17. Her teammates
responded and shook off their
symptoms of "serveitis" and
posted a 25-22 win.
Again Bozeman held the
early lead in Game 2 until
Wiltse put her Lady Cats ahead
to stay, 10-8, with 4'straight
service points. Christy
.See LADY WILDCATS, page 11


I
,Ryan Baker presented state championship ring.
Ryan Baker, a 2008 graduate of Blountstown High School, was presented with his state champi-
onship ring in weightlifting before kickoff at Friday nights football game. Baker captured the state title in
the 219 lb. class back in the spring. He won.with a 375 lb. bench press and 300 lb. clean and jerk fori
a 675 total. Ryan is now playing football for Louisiana State University. He,is shown above with his
parents, Terry and Lynn Baker, along with Coach Greg Jordan.


Cookout


to benefit


Johnson
The Blountstown Tigers will
host a benefit cookout for their
teammate, Demarco Johnson,
on Friday, Oct. 10. They will be
selling catfish plates at the cor-
ner of SR 20 and 71 for $6 per
plate. Tickets may be pur-
chased from the school or any
JV or varsity football player.
Demarco was diagnosed
with cancer this past summer
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your next school superintendent. I
regret that I have been unable to see
everyone face to face and personally
ask for your support. I have to divide
smy time with teaching students,
supporting my friends and family,
affairs, as well as campaigning. As a
teacher,- I feel that students don't
care how much you know until you
show them how much you care.
I understand as a person that God
did not put in me the ability to always ...
make the right decision, but he did
'put in me the ability to make a
decision and then make it right. One of the main reasons for seeking this office is to try to help make
things right. I cannot make these important changes without your help and support. I need your backingin
this endeavor.
As a school district we mustmake every possible effofft i equip our students to be highly successful
- after they graduate. We must strive to offer as many dual enrollment and vocational classes as we can
successfully fund. The money we have just spent on architectural fees, high dollar raises, and any other
unneeded expenses could.have gone a long way to help all our employees and students in a much better
way.
You keep hearing about the 4 A's and 1 B our school district received last year. I place my record of all
A's and B's, with a lone C, in comparison. The present administration had 2 C's and 1 D the other three -
years which has not been mentioned. However, the bragging rights should go to the teachers and
students. They are the ones that made it all happen anyway. The state grades our schools and the voters
grade our district accomplishments. Report card day will be on November 4. Let the people speak out.
Again I most humbly ask for your vote and support in this race. A lot of people are working very hard for.
me and I love them beyond words. Most of all I thank God for his help and seek His will.
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The County Record, OCTOBER 8, 2008, Page 7






Wakulla rallies for 16-6 victory


ers as well.
Senior Quarterback Heath
Bailey suffered a broken foot
against Wakulla and senior
Chase Johnson suffered a bro-
ken collarbone in practice last
week. Alexander Garrett suf-
fered -a knee injury against


BY BOUNTSTOWN TIGER
HEA[COACH GREG JORDAN


The Tigs fought hard against
class 3ANakulla coming two
minutes frn pulling the upset this
past week
Leadin!6-2 with 2:05 left in
the, game bkulla completed a 4th
down pas in the endzone. One
5lay overthe course of a 48
minute gae was the difference in
the outcoe. It was especially
tough to Ice the game after lead-
ing the ent way for 46 out of 48
minutes.
I told tl players after the game
that we we all disappointed after
the loss, tt that I was more proud
of hem ft their effort than I was
disoppoired that we lost. These
yomg me played as hard as they
possibly would have and came up
just liffttksort.
Wfth ai open week coming up
how Jo ve get ready for the final
street of the season at 0-5? We
will smplI play a 5 game sched-
ule aod cnly look forward for the
rest of the season. Our goal of
motilg the playoffs are still possi-
ble vith wins over Bozeman and
Chiply upcoming. Last season we
wepe-3 through this same brutal
fivegime stretch with two Division
1 paers on our team and several
othirvery good high school foot-
ball payers that were seniors.
[ ou would have asked me
befcr, the season if I ever imag-
inec in 0-5 start, of course not.


But reality is a group of untested
players and the toughest five game
run on any small school schedule
and we have what we have. Now
to heal some players and get ready
for the second season within a
season.
First on injuries, we lost three
starters for the season in five days
last week. First Chase Johnson, a
senior defensive end and one of
the finest young men on our team,
broke his collar bone in practice on
Monday and is possibly done for
the year. Then in the game against
Wakulla Senior OB Heath Bailey
fractured his lower leg in the 3rd
quarter and is also lost for the
year. On the some drive sopho-
more Alexander Garrett suffered a
serious knee inury and may be out
for the year. 'Three starters on an
already thin unit lost to injury only
adds to the challenge.
But the players, coaches and
,fans will rdly around this group of
TIGERS aid see them the rest of
the way through the season. The
players and coaches will keep
believiry and not give up, what
about 'ou?
Th( Tigers are open this week,
the V/ has their final game at
hom; Thursday at 6:00 vs Port St.
Joefhe next home game for the
vanity is Friday 10-17. See ya
thee!!! Go Tigers!!!!


The lountstown Tigers led
Wakulla i-2 with 2:05 left in
the ganw Friday night at
Bowles feld only to suffer a
heartbresting 16-6 loss and
drop to 0O on the season. Not
only did:he Tigers lose the
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Wakulla and was being exam-
ined Monday.
The Tigers got on the score-
board first in the second quarter
when Garrett blocked a punt
and Blake Shelton scooped it
up and rambled 25 yards for a
touchdown. Garrett's PAT was
blocked, but the Tigers had a
lead that would stand for most
of the game.
Wakulla had driven inside
the Tiger 5 in the third quarter,
but lost a fumble, their third of
the night. Blountstown was
forced to punt from their own 1
and elected to take a safety.
The Tigers were still on top, 6-
2.
Inside of two minutes to go
in the game, a Wakulla pass
was nearly intercepted at the
goal line by two Tiger defend-
ers. On the very next play and
fourth down from the Tiger 20,
Wakulla's quarterback rifled a
touchdown pass to the middle of
the endzone to take a 9-6 lead.
Less than a minute later,
quarterback PJ Buggs' pass
attempt was intercepted and
returned 45 yards for another
Wakulla score and a 16-6 lead.
"The injuries really hurt us
Friday night forcing us to move
people around and not having
enough backups to give our
guys a break," coach Jordan
said Monday. "We really
played hard on defense, but
we're still making too many
mistakes on offense." .The
Tigers had four turnovers in the
game.
The Tigers rushed for 111
yards in the game with
Malcolm Ivory leading the
attack with 34 yards on 16
attempts. Darrin Huff added
28 yards on 6 carries followed
by Heath Bailey with 20 yards
on 5 attempts. The Tigers lost
one fumble.
Bailey was 1 of 9 passing for
5 yards and 1 interception and
PJ Buggs was 0-3 with 2 inter-
ceptions.
Wakulla rushed the ball for
110 yards and passed for 100
Yards. Wakulla fumbled 5
times and lost 3. Two fumbles
were inside the Tiger 5.
Defensively, Cavon Cox led
the Tigers with 11 tackles.
Shane Bailey and Jeremy
Watson each had 7 tackles and
Watson had 1.5 tackles for loss.
Jason Money had 6 tackles with
1 sack and 1 tackle for loss.
Brandon Smith and Malcolm
Ivory each had 5 tackles.
The Tigers have a much
needed open date this week
before returning to action
October 17 at Bowles Field
against Northview at 7:00 p.m.


Benefit

and all proceeds will go to his
family. Demarco is at Shands
Hospital this week undergoing
more treatments.
A small portion of the pro-
ceeds will also go to Milton
Johnson, the player from Baker
County that .suffered a neck
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These BHS teachers and staff are proud to support the players through the "Adopt-A-Tiger' program,


Teachers support their Tigers;


annual t-shirt sale is underway


Senior News
by Sierra Martin
Hey, seniors, don't forget to'
get your HerffJones orders,in.
If you need a packet see Mrs.
Curl and remember, caps and
gowns are required for you to
graduate, so please get that
order in! .
Also, our destinations for
senior trip will be the Magic
Kingdom, Islands of Adventure,
Busch Gardens, and Wet &8
Wild. The next senior trip pay-
ment will be due on October 14
and Mrs. Curl will let you know
the amount as soon as the con-
tract is finalized.

Club Bulletin
T-Shirt Time!
by Allie Small
SGA's biggest sale of the
year is here! The annual BHS
Tiger t-shirt sale has started
and you can order your 2008 t-
shirt from any SGA member.
T-shirts this year are dark
gray with a splashy design of
our Tiger mascot. They are
available in both short and long,
sleeve, as well as hoodies and
sweatshirts.
This fundraiser helps sup-
port all of the major events that
SGA puts together such as
homecoming and spring fling. If
you would like to order a t-
shirt, contact any SGA member
.or Mrs. Samantha Taylor, SGA
sponsor. The sale ends Oct. 15.
Youth and adults sizes up to
XXXL are available. Prices
start at $10 for youth sizes and
go up to $27, depending on
style and size.
Mrs. Taylor has on board a
group of students that not only
assist her, but also create all of
these memorable events for the
school year. Club officers for
this year are; President Lauren
Davis, Vice President Emily
Davis, Secretary Megan
Shoemake, and Treasurer
Karis Smith. Add a piece of
Tiger memorabilia to your
wardrobe by buying a BHS
Tiger t-shirt from SGA!

Around Campus
Navy Seals come to BHS!
by Kurtis Mathis
Last Tuesday, September
30, the Navy Seals came and
visited Blountstown High
School. Also, Altha and Liberty
County High schools were pres-
ent. This event was held in the
BHS auditorium which was
filled with students whq were
really amazed and energetic
about these gentlemen who
came to talk to them about the
Navy Seals program. Students
were given the open opportuni-
ty to do push-ups and pull-ups
for the prize of winning a Navy
Seal T-shirt. BHS seniors were
very entertained about the visit
of the seals and they gained a
new appreciation for them.


Adopt-a-Tiger
by. Maria Trejo
The "Adopt-a-Tiger" pro-
gram here at BHS is a good
way for teachers and staff to
show their gratitude towards
sports, to show that they care
and support the players that
represent our school. This pro-
gram goes throughout the foot-
ball season every year and pro-
motes school spirit.
Mrs. Watford, BHS English
teacher, said she choose to
adopt a tiger because, "I want-
ed to show my support for the
football team. I think it's very
important to be supportive of
my students and their extra-
curricular activities."


Mrs. McGhee with her Tiger, Sophomore, PJ Buggs.


Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett,
Reading Teacher at BHS, told
us the following, "I think the
Adopt-a-Tiger program is bene-
ficial to both the teacher and
the student. I believe it encour-
ages the 'Tiger' to look forward
to game day. I enjoy taking
care of my Tiger on Fridays. I
can tell he looks forward to see-
ing me and seeing what's in his
treat bag! I'm glad that I can
give at least one or our 'Tigers'
a smile on game day!"
Alex Deason, a BHS junior
on the football team said the
following, "I think it's a great
program because it gives the
players and teachers the oppor-
tunity to get to know each other
better."
The Adopt-a-Tiger program
has been going on throughout
many years and, hopefully, it
will continue on for many years
to come.

Sports News
by Junicia Baker
BHS sports correspondent
Last week our volleyball
team had three outstanding
games. They played Wewa on
Monday, NFC on Tuesday, and
Bozeman on Thursday. The
J.V team took home all three
wvins. last week as Varsity
brought home two. The Lady
Tigers are still working hard to
bring home more wins and
Varsity plans to go to DIS-
TRICT. Come out and support
our Lady Tigers as they contin-


Alisha Strawn models one of the
Tiger t-shirts now on sale.
ue to excel. Go, Lady Tigers!!

Calendar of Events
Thurs., Oct. 9, Volleyball @
Home against Marianna at
5:00/6:00; JV football @ Home
against St. Joe at 6:00 (last
game)
Fri., Oct. 10, No Varsity
Football; Catfish Dinner Sales
Mon., Oct. 13, Volleyball @
Wewa at 5:00/6:00
Tues., Oct. 14, Volleyball @
Home against Cottondale at
5:00/6:00
Wed., Oct. 15, End of 1st
nine weeks; Senior day at
Chipola College


Chartwells addressing child

obesity with choice program


BY BARBARA HATHAWAY
Calhoun County School Board

In the 2006-2007 school
year, Chartwells School Dining
Services became an integral
part of Calhoun County School
District, when they implement-
ed their food service program in
local school lunchrooms.
Chartwells is a diverse fami-
ly of food and nutrition special-
ists dedicated to providing
healthy dining options. Their
goal is to provide high quality
products and professional serv-
ices to the people they serve.
Since the implementation of
Chartwells, the lunch program
has gone through many positive
changes.
Because child obesity is an


increasing problem in today's
youth, Chartwells addresses
this concern with their
Balanced Choice Program.
Chartwells' Balanced Choice
Meals are nutritionally ana-
lyzed to provide strict guide-'
lines for total fat, saturated fat,
sodium, sugar, and cholesterol.
The nutritional guidelines used
by Chartwells are stricter than
and exceed those required by
the USDA. In addition to
nutritional guidelines, USDA
also specifies meal portions.
Pbrtion sizes have not changed
since Chartwells became the
district's meal provider. In addi-
tion to analyzing and controlling
the nutritional aspects of the

See CHARTWELLS, page 9


Wildcat

warm-ups


now on sale
Athletic Warm-ups for
Sale
The Athletic Department is
selling Altha High School
Wildcat Athletics Challenger
Warm-ups. The warm-ups are
no "swish" tri-color (purple,
white, and black) and are
super-soft, durable, and light-
weight poly tricot. The price is
$59.00 without name and
$67.00 wiih name on the right
chest. Youth sizes are XXS-XL;
Ladies' sizes are S-2XL; and
Men's sizes are S-3XL. Orders
should be turned in to Ms.
Melissa McGill by Oct. 20.
The total amount is due when
the order is placed.

Your Chance to Win
by Brittany Stephens
The seniors are selling'
chances to win either an oil
change worth $30 or a car
detailing worth $50, both
donated by Bay Ford in
Blountstown. Tickets are $1
each. The drawing will take
place live on WCAT on
Wednesday, October 29. See
any senior, Mrs. Sherry Joyner,
or Mr. Kevin Hand to purchase
your chance to win today!

Graduation and Senior
Videos
by Brittany Stephens
The 2008 Graduation and
Senior videos are ready for pur-
chase! Enjoy these memorable
events anytime you're feeling
nostalgic. The Senior Video
includes the "senior memories"
video shown at graduation and
a video survey of where the stu-
dents believe they will be in
five years (shown at the senior-'
faculty dinner). Graduation
Videos are $5.00 and the
Senior Video is $10.00. Come
by the Media Center at Altha
School to purchase yours today!

Dessert Concert
Just a reminder, the Choral
and Culinary Arts
Departments will be presenting
their annual Dessert Concert
on Thursday, Nov. 6. The con-
cert will be held at the Altha
Church of God at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $7.00. For more
information, please call the

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food they serve, they have
removed fryers from school
kitchens and are offering more
fruits, vegetables and healthy
snacks.
The program has been posi-
tively received by the school
population. Since the inception
of the Chartwells Program, par-
ticipation in the breakfast pro-
gram has increased 13% and
lunch .program has increased
26%. Top line revenue increase
has risen 21%. To survey cus-
tomer satisfaction, Chartwells
conducts Youth Advisory
Committee meetings on an
ongoing basis. Students contin-
ue to give the foodservice pro-
gram high marks for food quali-
ty and service.
Chartwells has also had a
local economic impact. In addi-
tion to employees already work-
ing in the school lunch system,
the company has added 3 new
positions. Whether as an
employer or service provider,
Chartwells is pleased to be a
community member who is a
true partner with Calhoun
County. Chartwells is constant-
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nutritional research and quality
to the students, staff and com-
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school at 762-3121.
Calendar
Thursday, Oct. 9, Middle
School Volleyball @ Hosford,
3:30 p.m.; JV/V Volleyball @
Florida High, 4/6 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 10, Senior
Portrait orders with Jim Owen;
Deadline for Autumn Fest
posters; JV V Volleyball vs.
Bethlehem 2/3 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 13, JV/V
Volleyball @ Liberty County,
4/5 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 14, Club Day
Senior Herff Jones orders;
JV/V Volleyball vs. Sneads, 5/6
p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 15, End of
first 9 weeks; PSAT
Thursday, Oct. 16, JV/V
Volleyball @ Bozeman, 5/6
p.m.


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GED test


to be given


Oct. 15-16
Mary Sue Neves,
Superintendent of Schools
announces that the General
Education Development test
(GED) will be given in Calhoun
County on Wednesday, October
15, and Thursday, October 16,
beginning at 1:00 PM. 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, persons
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 diplo-
ma must submit an application
to Greg Jones, General
Supervisor, at the Calhoun
County School Board Office,
20859 East Central Avenue,
Room G-20, Blountstown,
Florida located in the basement
of the Calhoun County
Courthouse. This should be
done by 4:00 PM. Tuesday,
October 14, 2008. Persons
residing outside of Calhoun
County will have to receive
special permission from the
'GED Testing Office in
Tallahassee before they are eli-
gible 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 tak-
ing, the test will be $7.00 for
each test. if you wish to take less
than the full battery of five test,
and $35.00 if you wish the full
battery of five tests. It would
be helpful if you bring the cor-
rect change when you come to
register 'and pay your fees. All
applicants need to bring your
social security card, and a dri-
ver's license or picture ID when
registering. All materials need-
ed for testing will be furnished
by the school district. For fur-
ther 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
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Advisory Council
Carr School Advisory
Council will meet on Thursday,
Oct. 9th at 2:45 PM.in the
Media Center.
Book Fair
Carr School recently held a
Scholastic Book Fair that fea-
tured the theme "Book Fair
Safari". The fair was a success-
ful event enjoyed by students,
faculty, and community mem-
bers.
\We wish to thank these vol-
unteers for their hard work dur-
ing the fair: Beth Herndon,
Connie Hurst, Cheryl
McDaniel, April Odom, Gina
Smith, and Jennifer Smith.
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grade class as they shop for
books and other educational
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O OBITUARIES


Mtossy Pond 'fews


CORENA BAKER
Mrs. Corena Baker of the
St. Rosa Community departed
this life Sunday, October 5,
2008, in Parthenon Healthcare
in Blountstown, FL.
She was a native of Calhoun
County, FL and a member of
the St. Rose African Methodist
Episcopal Church.
She leaves to cherish her
memories two sons, Sam Baker
(Martha) and Terry Baker
(Lynn), both of Grand Ridge;
two sisters, Starrie Lee Conley
and Hattie Mae Grice (W.L.),
both of Tampa; a brother,
Luther Hutchinson (Gloria), of
Tampa; a cousin who was
reared in the same home,
Minnie Dawson, of Grand
Ridge; grandsons, Morris Baker
(Sandra) of Cypress, Jameel
Baker of Chattahoochee and
Ryan Baker of Grand Ridge;
granddaughters, Piccola Baker
of Tallahassee and Chelsea
Baker of Grand Ridge; a host of
nieces, nephews, cousins and
other relatives.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, October 9, at 12:00
Noon at St. Rose African
Methodist Episcopal Church in
Grand Ridge, FL, with Pastor
Gerrard Lindsey and Rev.
Raymond Dudley officiating.
Interment will be held in
Sunset Garden Cemetery.
Mrs. Baker will lie in repose at
the church from 11:00 a.m.
until time of the funeral.
Viewing will be Wednesday,
October 8, from 3:00 until 7:00
p.m. at Vann Funeral Home.
Vann Funeral Home, 4265
St. Andrew Street, Marianna,
FL, is in charge of the funeral
arrangements, ph. 850-482-
3300.

WANDA CARR O'BRYAN
Mrs. Wanda Carr O'Bryan,
47, of Wewahitchka, FL, and a
former resident of Kinard, FL,
passed away Thursday,
September 25, 2008, at her
home in Wewahitchka.
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Elizabeth Speigner of Destin.
No funeral services were
planned. Memorialization. was
by cremation. All arrange-
ments were under the direction
of Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in Blountstown
(ph. 850-674-2266).

GARY SAVAGE
Gary Savage, 55, of
Blountstown, passed away
Thursday, October 2, 2008, in
Blountstown.
Mr. Savage was born in
North Creek, New York, and
had lived in Calhoun County for
many years. He was of the
Methodist faith.
Survivors include two broth-
ers, Wayne Savage of Ohio and
Tom Savage of New York; a sis-
ter, Darlene Watsaw, of North
Creek, New York.
Memorial services will be
held at a later date. Adams
Funeral Home is in charge of
the arrangements (ph. 674-
5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com).

DOROTHY MAY
WHITEHOUSE
Dorothy May Whitehouse,
84, passed away Oct. 3, 2008.
Born in Des Plaines, IL, she
moved to Blountstown from
Lisle, IL, with husband Albert.
She was a devoted wife, loving
mother, and grandmother. Her
life was centered on raising a
family and being active in the
Lutheran Church. She brought
family and friends closer to God
by her quotes from the bible
and her love of nature.
She is survived by her
daughters, Cathy Kerrins, and
husband, John, of Wheat Ridge,







The children of Mr. Joseph
(Jake/Joe) Harris, would like to
say and send, a very special
thank you to: Big Bend
Hospice & staff of Quincy; Jon
Plummer and staff of
Blountstown Drugs; Rev. Jeff
Gardner; Chaplain Lenny
Marshall, Marlon Peavy &
staff. Also to all our friends,
church members and anyone
we might have missed. Thank
you for your prayers, visits,
support, encouragements, food
and flowers.
Family of Joseph Harris


The family of Garel W.
"Buddy" O'Bryan would like to
thank everyone for their
prayers and kindness during
the unexpected loss of our hus-
band and father. Special
thanks to everyone who sent
flowers, food and cards.




iMONUMIENTS


CO, Mary Magsamen and hus-
band, Bob,of Boling Brook, IL;
and grandchild, Sabrina
DePoister, and husband, Chris,
of Bourbonnais, IL.
Our peace is in knowing that
you are in the Kingdom of God.
A place without hate, without
judgment, and without pain.
In my Father's house are
many mansions; if it were not
so, I would. have told you. I go
to prepare a place for you. St.
John 14:2.
A service will be held at
Ascension Lutheran Church,
Marianna, FL, ph. 850-482-
4691.


Daughters of

Confederacy

plan luncheon

The William Henry Milton
Chapter 1039, United
Daughters of the Confederacy,
will meet at the Gazebo
Restaurant in Marianna
Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 11:30 a.m.
Ritual begins at noon.
Treasurer, Ellen Wright will
present the program,
"Confederate Reminiscences
and Letters" at the Dutch treat
luncheon. The history and her-
itage group welcomes female
descendants of Confederate
veterans.
The UDC meets the second
Tuesday of each month,
September November,
January May. Call 850-663-
2570 for reservations.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY!
: 1Call 674-5041


BY LINDA WILLIAMS
Mossy Pond VFD Auxiliary

It's almost Thanksgiving -
the summer went so fast and if
you're like me still didn't get
everything done. We had a good
summer out here in paradise
and looking forward to getting
busy on auxiliary work.
First, my neighbor has sev-
eral beautiful baby kittens and
she will have them spade or
neutered if you want one. Now
is the tithe to get that child a
pretty kitten and you won't
have to pay to have it fixed.
Now if you like cats and need or
want another, come and pick
one out before there gone. Call
Adele at 762-8793 or Linda
762-9295.
Now down to business, the
Auxiliary is having a chili cook
off on Oct.17 from 5:00 to 8 pm.
We are selling tickets for a $1
each or 6 for $5 for 2 drawings
giving away $50 Wal-mart gift
cards. You can buy the tickets
from any Mossy pond firefight-.
er. We are serving a bowl of
chili, soda, chips, and crackers
for $4, slices of cake or a brown-
ie for $1.
We will deliver within 2
miles of the firehouse for an
extra $1 per plate. There are
many people entering the con-
test so come out and get the
best chili. I
I'm sure you are know that
the Farmer's Market is the 1st
Saturday of the month and the
auxiliary is going to be set up
selling cake and whatever we
can get in the future. Our local
artist, Georgia Yaudus, has
donated some of her art work to
sell and all money goes to the
fire department. We, as
always, will take any donation
you have for us.
At this time instead of put-


ting my usual the most beautiful
person in I'm going to say very
seriously to read and pray and
prepare to vote this year. Find
out what a person thinks, is and
all about him. Remember, if you
wouldn't want him running your
life you might not want. him
running your country. Our.
freedom is so precious.
Thank you all for all your


support to Mossy Pond in the
past and we look forward to
seeing you in the future.

The fire meeting is the 1st
and 3rd Thursday of the month
from 7 to 8 p.m. Auxiliary is 6
to 7 p.m. the same night and
the crime watch is the last
Thursday of the month at 6:30
p.m.


For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041to
For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


Meaningful Bible Study ..................9:45 AM
Exciting Worship................................ 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship..........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Pastor David Throckmorton
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
SHelping people follow in the footsteps of Christ



The Park Church

22nd Street (Old Oak Terrace Bldg.)
SUNDAYS...11:30 A.M. A
WEDNESDAYS...7:00 P.M. A ea Place
FRIDAYS...7:00 P.M. 0 UpW
www.Park-Church.com



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


Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL 674-5725
Sunday School...9:30 AM Worship Service...11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study...6:00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
and Jesus Christ Is Lord"


Blountstown United Methodist Church
Located on Hwy 20 directly across from
Sub-Way & McDonalds
Wednesday Bible Study...9:00 AM
Sunday School... 9:45 AM
Sunday Worship... 11:00Q AM
Telephone: 674-8254 Email: btownumc@yahoo.com


Blountstown First

<"Assembly of God Church


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


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


St. Mary Missionary

Baptist Church
16345 SE River Street; Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
850-674-8716
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM


For information on listing

your church in this

directory, please, contact

The County Record

at 674-5041.


Parthenon of Blountstown

Team Player of the Month















Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown named Patricia Hires as September's Team Player of the Month. She has
been employed as a C.N.A. since October 1995. Patricia was recognized for her dedication to work and her
positive attitude to our residents and staff. She has proven to be an asset to Parthenon Healthcare of Blounlstown.
No matter what the situation, she is always willing to help. She is truly a Team Player.
CONGRATULATIONS!


Excellence in compassionate care for all
people, to broaden and fulfill life's journey.

Care in home or facility, 24-hr. support.
Comfort & pain management
Physician home visits
Bereavement & family support
Staff trained in end-of-life care
Not-for-profit charitable organization
Accredited by the Joint Commission



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Youngsters


enjoy "Ag

Adventures"
BY WHITNEY CHERRY
Extension 4-H Agent

Fourth graders from Altha
and Carr Schools attended Ag
Adventures at the IFAS
Research Station in Quincy on
Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Ag Adventures is a field day,
coordinated by University of
Florida Extension/4-H, during
which students enjoy learning
about pumpkins, soy beans,
cotton, wildlife, corn, and
peanuts. They are engaged in
hands on activities, and are
able to take home samples of
and taste treats made from the
crops studied. Popcorn and a
trip through the corn maze are
always the highlights of the day.
The students and the
Calhoun County Extension
Service offer a huge thanks to
the sponsors of this program:
Farm Credit of Northwest
Florida, the IFAS Quincy
Research Station, Florida Ag in
The Classroom, and the School
Board.

Haunted House-
no avail and for the safety of the
community the building was
sealed. For decades the ware-
house has been closed, only
now to be opened for the public
to experience the fright and tor-
ture of TERROR HOUSE.
We invite you in to walk
through the warehouse haunted
by the ghosts, ghouls, goblins,
spirits and souls of the damned
that travel through the dimen-
sions of time, to give you a
glimpse of absolute horror.


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Enjoy the beauty of nature and become physically fit
Iol *on Saturday, October 1 8, 2008. l

You are invited to run, walk, skip, hop, or ride your bicycle
on the Blountstown Greenway.

Start time will be from 8:00 to 10:00 am on Goat Day. The first
II 100 people tosign up at the Trail Head at Sam Atkins Park will
il *receive a remarkably beautiful T-shirt.
I Parking s in the Shriner's Parking lot near the trail head. Please enter on 16th Street
(across from the Calhoun County Health Department). ll
O For additional information, check our
website www.kickupcalhoun.com
or contact
Julie VanderMeer at 674-5645 X 238
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Lady Wildcats cont'd


Simmons followed with 4 serv-
ice points of her own to put
Altha ahead, 14-6. The Lady
Wildcats defeated Bozeman by
the same score as in Game 1,
25-22.
Dominant serving was the
story in Game 3. Loni Johnson
smoked Bozeman with 10
straight service points to open
the game. Christy Simmons,
the fourth player to serve for
Altha in the game, did work by
serving out the game to help
give her teammates a 25-4 win.
Loni Johnson was the Lady
Wildcats' leading scorer with a
season-high, 16 service points
and 6 aces. Christy Simmons
walked away with 12 service
points and 4 aces. Rebekah
Wiltse had her best service
game of the season to date: 12
service points and 2 aces.
Cortney Harris was credited
with 4 service points and Emily
Brooks added 3 service points.

TALLAHASSEE, OCTO-
BER 2-Eagles may be on the
endangered species list a little
longer as. far as the JV Lady
Wildcats (11-3) are concerned.
Last Thursday they com-
pleted their sweep of North
Florida Christian this season
with a 25-16, 25-16 match.
Game 1 was nip and tuck
until Amy Tharp gave Altha a
13-10 lead and Aerial Folsom's
5 straight service points
stretched it to 18-11.
It was a close affair in Game
2 until Folsom got her team-


mates "crunk" with- her 3
straight service aces to give
Altha a 18-11 lead. "Big Mo"
crawled on the Lady Wildcats'
side of the net and Amy Tharp
made sure he stayed by serving
out the game with 4 straight
service points.
Aerial Folsom was the Top
Lady Cat in scoring with 12
service points and 6 aces. Amy
Tharp tallied 9 service points
and 5 aces. Both Nikki
Schamens and Angela Waldron
put up 4 service points.
Schamens had 2 aces and
Waldron had one. Marissa
Coleman. Both Sharlyn Smith
and Kimberly Wiltse were
credited with two points and an
ace.
Good serving vanished from
the Lady. Varsity. Wildcats' (3-
10) repertoire in Games 1 and
2 as they fell to North Florida
Christian, 25-16 and 25-13,
respectively. In Game 3 the
Lady Eagles had a 6 point lead
before their serving begin to go
south and Altha climbed back
in the game. Emily Brooks
knotted the score at 23 with 3
straight service points.
However, North Florida
Christian served out the game
to win, 26-24.
Emily Brooks led Altha with
8 service points (including an
ace) and 10 assists. Rebekah
Wiltse came away with 7 serv-
ice points and a dig. Cortney
Harris and Loni Johnson each
had 3 points and an ace.
Johnson was credited with 4


digs, a block and a kill. Harris
had a dig. Both Cessna Folsom
and Christy Simmons chalked
up 2 points. Folsom had a sea-
son high 5 digs while Simmons
recorded a season high 11 kills
along with 2 blocks and a dig.

Altha was back in action this
past Monday as. they hosted
Graceville. Yesterday
(Tuesday) the Middle School
Lady Wewa Gators crawled
into "The Den" to face MS
Lady Wildcats. Blountstown
came to town to face the JV and
varsity squads. (Check out the
game details in next week's edi-
tion). Tomorrow (Thursday)
Altha's middle school travels to
Hosford for their last regular
season game at 3:30 pm (CST).
The JV and Varsity Lady
Wildcats will take on 3-A
Florida High in Tallahassee at
4:00 pm (CST) and 6:00 pm
(CST), respectively. They'll be
back home this Friday to face
Bethlehem in rescheduled
matches. The varsity's first
serve will be at 2:00 pm (CST)
and the JV match will get
underway at 3:00 pm (CST).
On Monday Altha will cross the
river to square off against
Liberty County in a 4:00 pm
(CST) JV match followed by
the varsity contest at 5:00 pm
(CST). Next Tuesday Altha's
JV hosts Sneads at 5:00 pm
(CST) and the varsity action
begins at 6:00 pm (CST).
I'll see you at the games and
GO WILDCATS!!!


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Thank you for your support and vote of confidence in
.the primary election on August 26. 1 need your
continued votes and support on November 4, 2008.


I am running for School Board because I am very concerned
about the education of all children in Calhoun County schools, those
S attending now and in the years to come. If you elect Danny Ryals
Calhoun County School Board Member for District 1:

I will use the knowledge that I have gained as a businessman
and. board member at Chipola State College to make sure that
our hard earned tax dollars are spent wisely.
I will use the contacts that I have made locally and on a state
level to help obtain funding for our schools.
will use sound judgment based on facts to make decisions.
* I will use the experience, leadership, dedication, passion,
energy, and most of all common sense to do the best job for
ALL children.

The decisions we make today are not temporary and we need
someone with long range vision to serve the children and citizens of
Calhoun County.


Vote for the person with a proven record'
& of serving the community. Vote for Danny
Ryals for Calhoun County School Board
District 1 on November 4, 2008

I will try to visit personally with everyone but I know that will be
difficult to do. If I miss you or if you have any questions or would
like for me to visit you, please contact me at:
Office 674-5478 Cell 899-6472 Home 674-3884
Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved b Danny Ryals for Calhoun County School Board Member Dist. L


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BHS WINS FORESTRY FIELD DAY
The Florida Division of
Forest office in Blountstsown
hosted the annual FFA
:Forestry Field Day Thursday at .
Sam Atkins Park. e re
Seven area schools were ,'"
represented by their FFA '
teams. They included Liberty
County High, Blountstown
High, Altha High, Marianna .
High, Grand Ridge Middle, .
Cottondale High, and Sneads
High.
First place honors went tohe
the BHS first team. Members
include (pictured above, from l
left) Laura Stoltzfus, Daniel
Leonard, Michael Leonard,
and David Leonard. .. ,
Blountstown's other team
captured second place.
Members are (pictured in the
middle photo, from left) Aubrey
Tharpe, Trevor Williams,
Stewart Herndon, and Ty'ler
Prowant.--
The third place prize went to
'the team from Sneads High
School with team members ,
Melody Cain, Kayla Toole,
Tyler Pickens, and Zack M
Goodwin.
Grand Ridge Middle School
. 'took first place honors in the
middle school division. Team
members are 'Nick Goodwin,
Alex Maphis, Georgia Pevy,
and Victoria Harrell.
The Altha High School team
included (pictured below, from Tucker, Jessica Smith, Katrina Griffin, Jake Edenfield, and
left) Tyler Pearson, April Messer, Ellen Powell, Raven Steve Vassallo.


Free computer classes to


be offered at local library


Free computer classes are
planned this month at the
Calhoun County Public
Library.
Classes are limited to five
students. Please come to the
Adult Computer Lab to enroll
ahead of time. A. current
Calhoun County Library card is
needed to participate. Classes
start promptly at 10:30 a.m.


who have just seven days to
totally rebuild an entire house -
every single room, plus the
exterior and landscaping.
The lives of the lucky fami-
lies are forever changed when
they learn that they have been
selected to have their home
walls moved, their floors
replaced and even their facades
radically changed. The result
should be a decorator's
delight... ,if it can be done in
time.
Each episode begins with
team leader Ty Pennington's
now-famous "Good morning!"
wake-up call, when he, along
with the other designers, sur-
prises the unsuspecting family


and run for 60 minutes. The
schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, Oct. 14, Mouse
tutorial
Wednesday, Oct. 15,
Keyboard tutorial
Tuesday, Oct. 21, Mouse
tutorial
Wednesday, Oct. 22,
Internet for beginners
Tuesday, Oct. 28, Internet


with news that their home has
been chosen to receive a
makeover. Then viewers wit-
ness not only the unbelievable
transformation of the house,
but during the final and emo-
tional reveal, they see how the
home makeover has impacted
the lives of the deserving fami-
lies.
The design team includes
team leader Ty Pennington,
with designers Paul DiMeo,
SPaige Hemmis, Michael
Moloney, Ed Sanders, 'Tracy
Hutson, Tanya McQueen,
Eduardo Xol and John
Littlefield. New designers for
this season will be Rib Hillis
and Didi Ayer.


.Courage and hope contd -


her call of duty making sure
everything was in order for
their team. Their team man-
aged to not only stay up all
night and participate in every
activity at the 2008 Relay, but
they helped their team raise
$3,000 in less than two months.
This year, the Calhoun-
Liberty Relay for Life honored
both of these ladies for their
exemplary character and dedi-
cation to the cause. Shirley
Davis was presented with the
2008 Courage Award for
demonstrating great courage


and determination in her per-
sonal experience with Cancer.
Despite the fact that she was
diagnosed with such a terrible
disease, she not only led a nor-
mal life, but also continued to
help others in need.
Lila Davis was presented
with the 2008 Hope Award for
her exemplarily volunteer serv-
ice to not only her team, but the
Relay as well.
An inspiration to all, Shirley
and Lila prove that with
courage and hope one can make
a difference!


for beginners
Wednesday, Oct. 29, E-Mail
basics
One on one classes are also
available, by appointment. Do
you need to learn Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, or Publisher for
your job or just for fun? Call
Jane Breeze at 674-8773, ext.
35 for more information or
come to the library to enroll.
The Blountstown library is
located on North /Pear
Street/Hwy. 69 next to the WT.
Neal Civic Center.


HOUSE'


Imemor


In Remembrance of
Our Beloved
Hattie Ivory-Rives
October 8, 1961 July 22, 2008
It's been more than two
months since Hattie left us.
Words can not express our feel-
ings. Hattie touched the lives of
so many people. We thank God
daily for the time we did have
with her. She is in our thoughts
and our hearts and we miss her
dearly. Missing you, a loving
mother, grandmother,, sister &'
friend. The Family


Firefighters from West Side, Blouhtstown, Nettle Ridge, and Magnolia
fire departments responded to a blaze at the home of-the MIke.B Y
family pn S .71 South lqst.,Wedne4idayfternoon ,Ihe r ,
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Calhoun County Tax Collector


Proven Ability



Proven Skill



Proven Success


Let's Keep the experience


we have


in the Tax Collector's office.



Vote for Shep


Calhoun County Tax Collector Nov. 4th
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Taxpayers/Citizens of Calhoun County

As most of you are aware, the Board of County Commissioners was mandated by
Florida Legislature to adopt a comprehensive plan prior to 1985. .The plan was
approved by.the Apalachee Planning Council and the Department of Community
Affairs and adopted in 1984. The intent of the Comp Plan was to provide
guidance for landowners and developers.
Since the year 2000, it has become a nightmare.
As a line item in the 2008/09 budget, the Board will be paying the ARPC $8500,
and if by request, the ARPC will provide assistance with the Comp Plan.
Why have two other Comp Plan line items #01515 "TONY" $32,500
and #01515-91 CIk $30,000???

Wasted Tax Dollars.
We need leadership not Tony
Re-open the door to the Courthouse


Elect Willie D.


Wise


I as your Clerk of Court/B.C.C.
Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Willie D. Wise, Republican, for Clerk of Circuit Court A
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On Noveniber 4th
Vote for and elect

. immy Jim"
MARSHALL
.i,,% as your next
Superintendent of
Schools

The Marshall Plan

No Consolidation,
** Build a new K-12 school
in Altha
Create a central hiring board
for all positions
Create a education steering
committee to aid and assist in
school improvements,
Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Jimmy Marshall for Calhoun County
Superintendent of Schools, No Party Affiliation


Extreme Makeover


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B- SHO.


Happy Birthday, Malcolm & Karenda!
Happy birthday to Malcolm Ivory who turned 18 years old on
October 6th. Also happy birthday to Karenda Ivory who will turn 4
years old on October 12th. Malcolm's parents are Billy Rayl Ivory and
the late Brenda Rives Ivory. Karenda's parents are Domenique and
Yaminah Ivory. Her grandparents are Billy Ray Ivory and the late
Brenda Ivory of Blountstown, Franklin Youmans of Queens, NY and
Montoya King of Springfield, MA. Malcolm's grandparents and
Karenda's great-grandparents are the late Ed and Juanita Ivory, Eli
Rives and the late Sylvia Rives. They are both members of St. Mary
Missionary Baptist-Chur6h and love spending time with family and
friends. Malcolm is a senior at Blountstown High School and enjoys
talking to his brother, Arsenio, on the phone, and playing football.
Karenda loves going to Sunday School, Children's Church and being
part of the Forever Blessed Praise Ministry.


Eastern Star

Dog Patch USA

show Oct. 11
The Blountstown Chapter
179 Order of the Eastern Star
of Florida is sponsoring a fund
raiser for HEART
RESEARCH. Dog Patch USA
will be held on Saturday,
October 11, at the Veterans
Center in Bristol located on
Highway 12 South at 6:00 p.m.
(EST). A donation of $20.00
will be received at the door or
you may buy tickets earlier by
call Eileen Bramblett at 643-
2610, Lana Weeks at 674-4638
or Ruth Lee Wiedner at 237-
2740.
The evening will begin with
a pulled pork dinner with all
the trimmings, music by Joel
Hathaway and Easy. Company,
Miss Bree Pybus, Miss Fallon
Lytle; a Hog Calling Contest
and a Lil Abner-Daisy Mae
Look-A-like Contest. There
will be door prizes and many
other activities to entertain you
for the evening. This is family
oriented, you may bring the
whole family.

Bereavement lunch
Oct. 14, Marianna
Emerald Coast Hospice will
host a bereavement luncheon
Oct. 14 at 11 a.m. at 4374
Lafayette St. in Marianna.
Come "meet-n-eat" with
others who have had recent sig-
nificant loss and with the hos-
pice staff. The topic will be
"You Can Be a Volunteer". The
speaker will be Matt Mathews,
volunteer coordinator.
Reservations are needed.
Please call ahead at 850-526-
3577.


'On Fire' youth
program Oct. 11

ON FIRE Youth Ministries
will be practicing for October's
program Monday Friday. All
practices will begin at 5:00 p.m.
at St. Paul A.M.E. Church at
16076 SE River St.,
Blountstown. If you need a ride
to practice, please call Karen
Engram at 674-9551 by 4:00
p.m. that day.
ON FIRE Youth Ministries
is inviting everyone once again
to our youth program on
October 11th at 6:30 p.m. af St.
Paul A.M.E. Church. Our
young people will be getting
their praise on through song,
dante, skits;'prayer, poetry, and
whatever other ways God' puts
on their hearts.
This is non-denominational
worship service geared to ALL
youth. The participants come
from all of the local churches.
Our theme for October is "Talk
to the Hands!" The youth will
also be honoring Breast Cancer
Survivors and remembering
those who did not survive the
disease. Please call if you have
a loved one you would like us to
remember.
We hope you decide to join
us for this event to witness
these young people doing mar-
velous things. We encourage
you to bring the youth from
your church to sing a song or to
just them see some of the posi-
tive things that their peers are
doing.
We expect to see you on


October 11, at 6:30 p.m. Come
on out and let us show you how
to "Talk to the Hands!"
Refreshments will be served.
We would like to ask 'for
donations of empty paper towel
rolls for a project we will be
doing in December.
For more information or if
you have youth that would like
to participate, please call Karen
Engram at 674-9551.

Church of Nazarene
marks 100 years

Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene, along with Pastor
Ernie Gray, extend an invita-
tion to members, former mem-
bers, and our community to join
us on October 12th at 9:00 a.m.
for the 100th year celebration
of The Church Qf The
Nazarene.
Our church is located at the
corner of Burns Avenue and
Crozier St. which is just beyond
the hospital and across from the
Parthenon Nursing Home.

Hallelujah Carnival
at St. Mary Oct. 18

The St. Mary M.B. Church
Family Enrichment Ministry
will host its Annual Hallelujah
Carnival on Saturday, October
18th, beginning at 11:00 a.m.
Our Hallelujah Carnival is
not just for St. Mary youth, but
any youth in the community.
This event is a community
event. If anyone would like to


have a booth please see or call
Crystal Engram at 674-348,
for more information. We hope
you will join us for games, food;
fun and fellowship.
The church is located at
16345 SE River St.;
Blountstown. Dr. C.L. Wilsoni
Pastor.
Thank you in advance for
your support and prayers.

Magnolia Cemetery:
benefit Saturday

The Magnolia Cemetery will
be sponsoring a benefit dinner
on Saturday, October 11, at St:
Paul AME Church from 10:0d
a.m. until. .
The menu will consist of
smoked chicken quarters, string
beans, potato salad, cake and 4
roll. The price for the plates
will be a $6.00 per plate dona-
tion. All proceeds will go
toward the Magnolia Cemetery
committee.
The church is located at at
16076 SE River St.,
Blountstown. Delivery is avail-
able. Call 674-8706.


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By The

NUMBERS
SEC STAND'INGSS
EASTERN DIVISION
SEC All Top 25
Vanderbilt 3-0 5-0 2-0
Florida 2-1 4-1 0-0
Georgia 1-1 4-1 0-1
South Carolina 1-2 4-2 0-1
Kentucky 0-1 4-1 0-1
Tennessee 0-2 2-3 0-2
WESTERN DIVISION
Alabama 3-0 6-0 2-0
LSU 2-0 4-0 1-0
Auburn 2-2 4-2 0-2
Mississippi 1-2 3-3 1-1
Arkansas 0-2 2-3 0-3
Mississippi State 0-2 1-4 0-2
Records vs. Top 25 teams reflect rankings
for the week that the game was played.

(Minimum 75 percent of games played)
PASSING YARDS
Jevan Snead, Mississippi .' ..... 1,272
Matthew Stafford, Georgia . 1,193
Casey Dick, Arkansas. . . . . 1,189
Chris Smelley, South Carolina . . 1,171
Tim Tebow, Florida . . . . . 1,025
Chris Todd, Auburn. . . . . . 885
Mike Hartline, Kentucky . . . . 874
RUSHING YARDS
Glen Coffee, Alabama. . . . . 708
Charles Scott, LSU . . . . .. 535
Ben Tate, Auburn . . . . . 501
Knowshon Moreno, CGeorgia. . . . 489
Michael Smith, Arkansas ....... 423
Mark Ingramn, Alabama .. . . . 346
Arian Foster, Tennessee . . .. 338
RECEIVING YARDS
Dexter McCluster, Mississippi . . 411
A.-J. Green, Georgia. . . . . . 388
Shay Hodge, Mississippi . . .... 372
Jared Cook, South Carolina . . . 350
Brandon LaFell, LSU . . . . . 348
Moe Brown, South Carolina . . . 334
D.J. Williams, Arkansas . . . . 291
TOTAL OFFENSE
Jevan Snead. Mississippi . . . 1,287
Matthew Stafford, Georgia . . . 1,226
Tim Tebow, Florida . . . . . 1,182
Casey Dick, Arkansas. . . . . 1,178
Chris Smelley, South Carolina . . 1,163
Mike Hartline, Kentucky . . ... 866
John Parker Wilson, Alabama . 857
SCORING
Knowshon Moreno, Georgia . . ... .60
Leigh Tiffin, Alabama . . . . . 50
Ryan Succopo South Carolina . . . 48
Joshua Shene, Mississippi . . .... 43
Jonathan Phillips, Florida . . ... 40
Blair Walsh, Georgia . . . . . 38
Bryant Hahnfeldt, Vanderbilt . . . 37
INTERCEPTIONS
Ryan Hamilton, Vanderbilt . . . . 3
Justin Woodall, Alabama . . . .. 3
Eric Berry, Tennessee . . . . . 3
Marcus McClinton, Kentucky . . . 3

EATE'A LEAD L ?F.
PASSING OFFENSE
Georgia . . . . . . . 263.4
Arkansas . . . . . . . 251.6
South Carolina . . . . . 238.0
LSU . . . . . . . . 220.8
Mississippi ... . ............ 219-2
Florida . . . . . . . 211.
Mississippi State . . . . . 198.8
Kentucky . . . 194.2
RUSHING OFFENSE
Alabama . . . . . . 226.3
LSU. . . . . . . . . 206.5
Vanderbilt . . . . . .. 182.8
Florida . . . . . . . ..178.6
Mississppi . . . . . . . 163.0
Georgia . . . . . . ... 161.4
Auburn . . ...............148.5
Tennessee . . . . . . . 146.4
TOTAL OFFENSE
LSU . . . . . . . .. 427.3
Georgia . . . . . . ... 424.8
Florida . . . . . . ... 390.2
Mississippi . . . . .. 32.2
Alabama . . . . . . . 378.7
South Carolina . . . . . . 352.8
Arkansas . . . . . . . 352.2
PASSING DEFENSE
South Carolina . . . . ... 128.0
Kentucky........ . .... 144.4
Mississippi State . . . . . 153.4
Tennessee . . . . . ... 153.8
Auburn . . . . . . . . 154.3
Florida . . . . . . 1654
Arkansas. . . . . . 179.6
RUSHING DEFENSE
Alabama . . . . . . . 50.8
Georgia . . . . . . 62.4
LSU . . . . . .. . . . 69.0
Tennessee . . . . . . . 90.6
Auburn . . . . . . ... 94.5
Florida. . .. . . . 99.6
Mississippi . . . . . . 112.7
Kentucky . . . . . . ... 115.0
TOTAL DEFENSE
Tennessee . . . . . . 244.4
South Carolina . . . . . . 244.7
Auburn . . . . . . . . 248.8
Kentucky . . . . ...... 259.4
LSU . . . . . . . . . 260.8
4 Alabama . . . . . . . 262.2


o 2008 Sports News Bureau


GAME OF THE WEEK
LSU at Florida


LSU seeks
In a game worthy of prime-time billing, the past two
Football Bowl Subdivision national champions will
meet Saturday night at Florida Field.
Although LSU proved in 2007 that a two-loss team can
hoist the cherished crystal football, the Gators can't afford
another slip after being upset by unranked Mississippi two
weeks ago. In addition to having an offense that has scored
on 17 of its 18 trips inside the red zone, Florida has history
on its side, as the home team is 7-0-1 in games pitting the
two most recent national champions.
Perhaps overshadowed by the success that Alabama
and Vanderbilt have enjoyed this season, LSU needs a vic-
tory to show the pundits that it is still the team to beat in
the SEC and a threat to win its third national title in the
past six years.
Records: LSU 4-0 (2-0 SEC West); Florida 4-1 (2-1 SEC
East). Coaches: LSU's Les Miles (66-27); Florida's Urban
Meyer (74-17). Series: Florida leads 28-23-3. Kickoff: 8
p.m. ET Saturday. TV: CBS.
Outlook: The Gators' defense had a difficult time get-
ting off the field in last year's 28-24 loss to the Tigers.
LSU put together three touchdown drives that totaled 46
plays, and running back Jacob Hester beat up Florida to
the tune of 106 yards on 23 carries. The Tigers did an
exceptional job against Tim Tebow, holding the eventual
Heisman Trophy winner to 158 yards and two touch-
downs on 12-of-26 passing. Tebow has a lot more options
at his disposal this year, as evidenced by this past week's
38-7 win at Arkansas. Chris Rainey and Jeff Demps ,
became the first two Gators since 1997 to run for 100
yards in the same game, and all of Florida's touchdowns
were scored by players who can cover 40 yards in 4.4 sec-
onds or less. LSU quarterback Jarrett Lee showed that he
is capable of leading the Tigers with a 261-yard, two-
touchdown performance in a 34-24 win over Mississippi
State on Sept 27. Florida will have to shut down LSU's
leading rusher, Charles Scott, in order to put all the pres-
sure on Lee.

THE REST OF THE MATCHUPS
South Carolina at Kentucky
Records: South Carolina 4-2 (1-2 SEC East); Kentucky 4-1
(0-1 SEC East). Coaches: South Carolina's Steve Spurrier
(167-58-2); Kentucky's Rich Brooks (120-145-4). Series:
South Carolina leads 12-6-1. Kickoff: 12:30 p.m. ET
Saturday. TV: Raycom Sports.
Outlook: South Carolina's quarterback carousel contin-
ues to spin. Despite being replaced by vaunted freshman
Stephen Garcia in the Gamecocks' win over UAB, Chris
Smelley had a career day with 327 yards and three touch-
downs in this past week's 31-24 victory at Mississippi. The
Wildcats' rally fell short this past week at Alabama as the
undefeated Crimson Tide held on for a 17-14 win. An
injury to Randall Cobb allowed Kentucky's Mike Hartline
to take the reins of the offense. Hartline has proven him-
self a capable field general and has one SEC Player of the
Week award to his credit However, one of the knocks on
Hartline is the number of incomplete passes he throws,
which accounts for his 11th-best passing-efficiency rating
in the conference. Both teams have been phenomenal
against the pass, ranking among the nation's top three in
passing yards allowed per game.
Vanderbilt at Mississippi State
Records: Vanderbilt 5-0 (3-0 SEC East); Mississippi State
1-4 (0-2 SEC West). Coaches: Vanderbilt's Bobby Johnson
(85-86); Mississippi State's Sylvester Croom (18-34).


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Series: Mississippi State leads 10-7-2. Kickoff: 1:30 p.m.
CT Saturday. TV: None.
Outlook: Needing just one more win to become bowl
eligible and guarantee a .500 record in conference play,
the Commodores are looking to avoid a letdown.
Mississippi State has found all types of ways to stymie
itself during its current three-game losing streak. The
Bulldogs failed to capitalize on three fumbles and were
0-for-14 on third down in a 3-2 loss to Auburn in the con-
ference opener. They turned the ball over four times and
allowed Georgia Tech to run for 438 yards in a 38-7 loss
in Atlanta, and lost 90 yards on penalties in a 34-24 set-
back to LSU. Vanderbilt's resurgence is the product of
Johnson's coaching. The Commodores lead the SEC in
fewest penalty yards per game and are first nationally in
turnover margin. Mackenzi Adams stepped in for injured
quarterback Chris Nickson and accounted for 207 yards
of total offense in this past week's 14-13 win over Auburn.
A defense that ranks sixth nationally in sacks per game
has shown a knack for making plays late in games.
Tennessee at Georgia
Records: Tennessee 2-3 (0-2 SEC East); Georgia 4-1 (1-1
SEC East). Coaches: Tennessee's Phillip Fulmer (149-48);
Georgia's Mark Richt (76-20). Series: Tennessee leads 20-
15-2. Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET Saturday. TV: CBS.
Outlook: Coming off a 41-30 throttling at the hands of
Alabama, Georgia will have plenty of motivation when it
faces the hapless Volunteers. Tennessee scored on four of
its first five possessions en route to a 35-14 victory in 2007
that cost the Bulldogs the Eastern Division championship
and a crack at the national title. Instead of answering any
questions about the direction of the program this past
week, Tennessee struggled to a 13-9 home win over
Northern Illinois. Led by new starting quarterback Nick
Stephens, the Volunteers collected only 225 yards and
converted three of 13 third-down chances against the
Huskies. Georgia will have to display its balance to have
success against a defensive unit that ranks among the
nation's top 13 in total defense, pass efficiency defense
and rushing defense. AJ. Green has pulled down 14
receptions during the past two games from quarterback
Matthew Stafford, while Bulldog running back Knowshon
Moreno is averaging 97.8 rushing yards per game.
Arkansas at Auburn
Records: Arkansas 2-3 (0-2 SEC West); Auburn 4-2 (2-2
SEC West). Coaches: Arkansas' Bobby Petrino (43-12);
Auburn's Tommy Tuberville (109-55). Series: Auburn
leads 10-6-1. Kickoff: 4 p.m. CT Saturday. TV: Pay-per-
view.
Outlook: After holding off Western Illinois and
Louisiana-Monroe, the Razorbacks have scored a total of
31 points against a trio of ranked teams in Alabama,
Texas and Florida. Arkansas signal-caller Casey Dick led
the conference's second-ranked passing attack, but Bobby
Petrino's squad ranks last in the league with an average
of 100.6 rushing yards per game. Auburn's defense
should be enough to lead the Tigers to victory, but
Tuberville must see progress from an offense that has
been held to 14 points or fewer in conference games
against Mississippi State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt In
addition to leading the nation in third-down defense, the
Tigers rank second in scoring defense, seventh in total
defense, 13th against the pass and 14th against the run.
Arkansas' offensive line yields a nation-worst 4.2 sacks
per game, and the Razorbacks are last in the conference
in turnover margin


I A A Running back Glen Coffee
rushed for a career-high
218 yards in the second-ranked Crimson
Tide's 17-14 victory over Kentucky. It .
was the sixth-best single-game rushing
performance in school history and the
school's first 200-yard rushing
performance since Kenneth Darby
accomplished the feat Oct. 6, 2004.
IRAW SAS with a 220-yard
performance on 24-of-38
passing in this past week's 38-7 loss to
visiting Florida, quarterback Casey Dick
moved past Joe Ferguson for seventh
on the school's all-time passing yards
list. Dick will move to fifth on the list
with 92 yards against Auburn.
UDIURN Rodgeriqus Smith became
the seventh player in school
history to collect 100 career receptions
with a 2-yard grab in the first quarter of
this past week's 14-13 loss to Vanderbilt.
Smith, who snagged his first scoring
reception of the season with a 7-yarder
in the first quarter, is currently sixth on
Auburn's career receptions list with 103.
i R"IDA Quarterback Tim Tebow was
intercepted in the third
quarter against Arkansas, snapping his
streak of 203 consecutive pass attempts
without an interception. It was the
third-longest streak in SEC history,
trailing only the 325 attempts without
an interception by Kentucky's Andre'
Woodson (2006-07) and Georgia's
David Greene's 214 attempts (2004).
IMRGIA Senior punter Brian Mimbs
was named a semifinalist for
the Draddy Trophy, which is college
football's most prestigious academic
honor. Each selection must have at least
a 3.2 GPA, possess outstanding football
ability and demonstrate strong
leadership and citizenship. Arkansas'
Jeremy Davis, Florida's James Smith,
Kentucky's Tim Masthay, Mississippi
State's Anthony Strauder and South
Carolina's Ryan Succop joined Mimbs as
Draddy semifinalists.
iTUCIY Cornerback Trevard
-- Lindley broke up three
passes against Alabama, increasing his
career total to a school-record 29
breakups. The previous record of 27 was
set by Antoine Huffman. One negative
for the defense was that Glen Coffee
was the first opposing player since
Florida State's Antone Smith in 2007
to rush for more than 100 yards.
Charles Scott's 535 rushing
yards in four games are the
most by a Tigers player since Cecil
Collins had 583 in the first four games
of the 1997 season. Scott is one of three
players in school history to open a
season with four consecutive 100-yard
rushing games.
MInSSIIPPI South Carolina
snapped the Rebels'
11-game homecoming winning streak
with this past week's 31-24 win. Senior
Mike Wallace had the 11th best
performance of any kick returned in
school history with 129 kickoff return
yards against the Gamecocks.
IM. STATE Running back Robert
Elliott tore the ACL
and LCL in his left knee early in the
fourth quarter of a 34-24 loss to LSU on
Sept. 27. The redshirt freshman
currently ranks third on the team with
18 carries for 61 yards, an average of 3.4
yards per carry.
fMI AOLINA Linebacker Eric
Norwood collected his
15th career sack against Mississippi and
moved into third place on the school's
all-time list for tackles for loss.
Norwood, who has 31.5 tackles for loss,
needs a half-sack to tie Cecil Caldwell
(1997-2000) for third on the school's all-
time sack list.
~IlIESSEE Sophomore Eric Berry
collected his eighth
career interception in this past week's
13-9 win over Northern Illinois and
returned it 48 yards. Berry ranks fifth on
the school's all-time interception return
yardage list with 271 yards. Tim Priest
holds the school record with 305 career
interception return yards.
WIMDERBILT This past week's 14-13
win over Auburn gave
the Commodores their first 5-0 start
since 1943 and their first 3-0 SEC start
since 1950. With the victory, Vanderbilt
snapped a 13-game losing streak to the
Tigers and evened the all-time series
between the two programs at 20-20-1.


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ACC STANDINGS
ATLANTIC DIVISION
ACC All Top 25
Wake Forest 1-0 3-1 1-0
Boston College 1-1 4-1 0-0
Florida State 1-1 4-1 0-1
Maryland 1-1 4-2 2-0
Clemson 1-1 3-2 0-1
N.C. State 0-2 2-4 1-2
COASTAL DIVISION
Virginia Tech 2-0 5-1 0-0
Georgia Tech 2-1 4-1 0-0
North Carolina 1-1 4-1 1-0
Duke 1-1 3-2 0-0
Virginia 1-1 2-3 0-1
Miami 0-2 2-3 0-1
Records vs. Top 25 reflect rankings for the
week that the game was played.

TEAM LEADERS
(Minimum 75 percent of games played)
.PASSING YARDS
Chris Turner, Maryland . .. . .. 981
Riley Skinner, Wake Forest . 974
* Thaddeus Lewis, Duke .... ; .-. 971
Cullen Harper, Clemson. . . . . 944
Chris Crane, Boston College . . . 889
Christian Ponder, Florida State . 706
Harrison Beck, N.C. State . . . ..592
RUSHING YARDS"
Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech .. 548
DaiRel Scott, Maryland . . . 482
Darren Evans, Virginia Tech . . . 415
Antone Smith, Florida State . . . 394
James Davis, Clemson . . . .... 375
Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech. .. . . 338
RECEIVING YARDS
Hakeem Nicks, North Carolina . . 412
Brandon Tate, North Carolina . ,. 376
Owen Spencer, N.C. State .... . .. 323
Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech . 318
Kevin Ogletree, Virginia . . .. 318
Eron Riley, Duke . . . . . . 288
TOTAL OFFENSE
Thaddeus Lewis, Duke . . . 1,056
Chris Crane, Boston College . . 1,021
Riley Skinner, Wake Forest. . . . 9 81
Christian Ponder, Florida State. . . 968
Chris Turner, Maryland . . . . 941
Cullen Harper, Clemson. . . . . 928
Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech. . . . 833
SCORING
Antone Smith, Florida State. . . . 60
Darren Evans, Virginia Tech . . . 48
Dustin Keys, Virginia Tech. . . .. 48
Matt Bosher, Miami . . . . . 43
Chris Crane, Boston College . . ... 42
C.J. Spiller, Clemson. . . . . 42
INTERCEPTIONS
Trimane Goddard, North Carolina. . . 4
Kevin Patterson, Wake Forest . . .. 3
Ras-I Dowling, Virginia . . . . . 3
Victor Harris, Virginia Tech. . . . 3
Michael Hamlin, Clemson . . . . 3
Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech . . . 3

TEAM LEADERS
PASSING OFFENSE
Wake Forest . . . . . . 243.5
Clemson . . . . . . . 220.2
Duke . . . . . . . .. 205.6
North Carolina . . . . ... 205.4
N.C. State . . . . . . . 195.5
Virginia. ... . . . . . 193.4
Florida State . ... .. . . .. 192.8
Maryland . . . . . . . 190.5
RUSHING OFFENSE
Georgia Tech . . . . . . 290.2
Florida State . . . . . 225.8
Boston College . . . . . . 191.4
Virginia Tech . . . . . . 174.7
Clemson . ............... 165.6
Mairyland ...... .... 165.2
'Miami. . . . . . . . . 126.0
North Carolina . . . . . . 120.8
TOTAL OFFENSE
Florida State . . . . .. 418.6
Georgia Tech .. . . . . . 412.0
Clemson . . . . . . . 385.8
Boston College . . . . . . 379.4
Maryland . . . . . . . 355.7
Wake Forest . . . . . . 328,3
North Carolina . . .. . . 326.2
PASSING DEFENSE
Georgia Tech . . . . . . 144.4
Wake Forest . . . . . . 144.5
Boston College . . . . . . 153.6
Florida State . . .... . . 166.0
Duke . . ..... . . . . 175.2
Virginia Tech . . . . . . 185.0
Clemson . . . . . . . 200.8
North Carolina . . . . . . 201.4
RUSHING DEFENSE
Florida State . . . .... . . 64.0
Boston College. . . . . . . 99.8
Miami. . . . . . . . . 108.2
Clemson . . . .. .. 115.4
Georgia Tech . . . . .... 116.8
Virginia Tech . . . . . . 129.3
North Carolina .. . . . ... 144.4
Maryland . ..............145.0
TOTAL DEFENSE
Florida State . . . . . . 230.0
Boston College . . . . . . 253.4
Georgia Tech . . . . . . 261.2
Wake Forest . . . . . . 293.3
Virginia Tech . . . . . . 314.3
Miami. . . . . . . ... 314.4


R rising North Carolina gets another shot at a signa-
ture win Saturday afternoon when college football's
ost-storied program comes to Kenan Stadium.
Notre Dame may not be what it once was, but it is still
Notre Dame, and that carries a lot of weight on the
recruiting traiL Not only would a victory allow the Tar
Heels to surpass 200Ts win total, it also will show the
nation that head coach Butch Davis is on the verge of
another career-defining rebuilding project.
Although the Fighting Irish have appeared to put last
year's 3-9 finish in the rearview mirror, head coach
Charlie Weis still must do more to appease the Subway
Alumni. A loss to the Tar Heels would most likely take
Notre Dame out of the BCS equation and raise more
questions about the program's direction.
Records: Notre Dame 4-1 (I-A Independent); North
Carolina 4-1 (1-1 ACC Coastal). Coaches: Notre Dame's
Charlie Weis (26-16); North Carolina's Butch Davis (59-
29). Series: Notre Dame leads 16-1. Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Saturday. TV: ABC/ESPN.
Outlook: Connecticut's Donald Brown rushed for a
game-high 161 yards on 33 carries, but quarterback Zach
Frazer threw three interceptions against the North
Carolina defense in this past week's 38-12 setback. North
Carolina quarterback Cameron Sexton, who was third on
the depth chart before TJ. Yates suffered an injury
against Virginia Tech on Sept 20, has proven himself to
be an effective field general the last two weeks against
Miami and Connecticut. The Tar Heels must continue to
do the little things like capitalizing on turnovers and
opponents' penalties. Notre Dame sophomore quarter-
back Jimmy Clausen leads a passing attack that ranks
34th nationally, and his offensive line ranks 16th national-
ly in sacks allowed per game. Clausen threw for 347
yards, but got virtually no help from his running game
this past week as the Fighting Irish held on for a 28-21
victory over Stanford.

THE REST OF THE MATCHUPS
Clemson at Wake Forest
Records: Clemson 3-2 (1-1 ACC Atlantic); Wake Forest 3-1
(1-0 ACC Atlantic). Coaches: Clemson's Tommy Bowden
(90-48); Wake Forest's Jim Grobe (82-73-1). Series:
Clemson leads 56-16-1. Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. ETThursday.
TV: ESPN.
Outlook: The Tigers' season took another unexpected
turn two weeks ago as Maryland rallied for a 20-17 victo-
ry at peath Valley. This has been said before, but
Thursday's contest could be the biggest game of the
Tommy Bowden era, because a loss will end Clemson's
conference championship aspirations and relegate the
Tigers to a second-tier bowl game. Wake Forest must
avoid a repeat of its showing against Navy two weeks ago,
when quarterback Riley Skinnei'had one of the worst
games of his career, with four interceptions, and the
Demon Deacons yielded 292 rushing yards and three
rushing TDs against the Midshipmen. The Tigers fg led
to force a turnover against Maryland, while committing
three of their own. Bowden must make sure the dynamic
duo of James Davis and C.J. Spiller get plenty of carries
against a defense that ranks 72nd nationally against the
run.
East Carolina at Virginia
Records: East Carolina 3-2 (1-1 Conference USA East);
Virginia 2-3 (1-1 ACC Coastal). Coaches: East Carolina's
Skip Holtz (57-42); Virginia's Al Groh (79-80). Series: East


Carolina leads 2-0. Kickoff: Noon ET Saturday. TV:
Raycom Sports.
Outlook: The Pirates vaulted into the national po
the BCS picture by opening the season with wins ow
nationally ranked Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
However, back-to-back losses, including an overtime
back at N.C. State, have put East Carolina's season
peril. Houston quarterback Case Keenum threw for
yards with three touchdowns and one interception
of-45 passing, and Cougars running backs collected
yards on 39 carries in a 41-24 win at East Carolina c
Sept. 27. The Cavaliers may have salvaged their sea
and saved Groh's job with this past week's 31-0 win
visiting Maryland. Virginia, which got 226 passing y
and two touchdowns from quarterback Marc Verica
ed the Terrapins to four successful third-down conv
sions on 13 attempts and converted 10-of-17 third-di
chances. The Cavaliers' defense took a big step forw
by limiting Maryland's leading rusher, Da'Rel Scott
yards on 11 carries and holding wide receiver Darri
Heyward-Bey without a catch.
Gardner-Webb at Georgia Tech
Records: Gardner-Webb 2-3 (0-1 I-AA Big South); G
Tech 4-1 (2-1 ACC Coastal). Coaches: Gardner-Webb
Steve Patton (104-74-1); Georgia Tech's Paul Johnso
(111-40). Series: First meeting. Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. E
Saturday. TV: None.
Outlook: The only concerns that Johnson should
heading into this game against the Bulldogs, who h
lost two straight, is showing off too much of his attic
and staying healthy for the stretch run. The Yellow
Jackets displayed an added dimension to their run-
'ed offense in this past week's 27-0 win over Duke. 1
freshman quarterback Jaybo Shaw completed nine
13 attempts to Demaryius Thomas, who finished w
yards. Gardner-Webb ranks third among Football
Championship Subdivision teams in rushing defense
11th in total defense. Bulldogs quarterback Stan D(
threw for 310 yards with three interceptions and on
on 27-of-41 passing in this past week's 13-10 loss at
Charleston Southern. Ryan Gates claimed Big Sout
Special Teams Player of the Week after booting fou
goals in a 49-33 setback to Sam Houston State on S
Central Florida at Miami
Records: Central Florida 2-3 (1-1 Conference USA I
Miami 2-3 (0-2 ACC Coastal). Coaches: Central Flor
George O'Leary (76-64); Miami's Randy Shannon C
Series: First meeting. Kickoff: 3:45 p.m. ET Saturd;
ESPNU.
Outlook: The Hurricanes held the ball for a total
minutes and 44 seconds in this past week's 41-39 lo
visiting Florida State. Miami quarterBacks Robert M
and Jacory Harris combined for 154 yards and there
interceptions on 20-of-47 passing in the penalty-mar
game that featured 22 flags. Florida State quarterback
Christian Ponder accounted for 303 yards of total o
and running back Antone Smith collected 92 yards
four scores on 27 carries. Miami may have won the
turnover battle against the Seminoles, but Florida S
was also 11-of-17 on third-down attempts and the
Hurricanes were just 2-of-15. The Golden Knights
rebounded from a 34-7 loss to Boston College and
setback to UTEPwith this past week's 31-17 win ov
iting SMU. Miami's offensive line will have to stymi
- defense that ranks first in Conference USA against
run and tackles for loss per game.


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yards of total offense and five
eanwnc. touchdowns in this past week's 38-31
win over N.C. State. With the victory,
the Eagles improved to 2-0 against
former head coach Tom O'Brien, the
winnngest coach in Boston College
? history.
*-r_ W" I Wide receiver Aaron Kelly
yard."- enters Thursday night's
game against Wake Forest as the eighth-
ranked receiver in conference history,
with 190 career receptions. Kelly who
-- ranks 28th on the conference's all-time
receiving yards list, needs 16 more grabs
Sto tie former Wake Foarest standout
Desmond Clark's record for most
receptions inACC history.
E. W The Blue Devils, who averaged
30.8 points in their first four
,, games, suffered a 27-0 loss to Georgia
4"! Tech this past week. The last time that
S Duske was shut out was the 2006n season
opener, when Richmond won 13-0.
ItiDA ST Quarterback Christian
s-mn" -'" Ponder rushed for 144
yards in the Seminoles' 41-39 win over
Miami, becoming the first FSU
quarterback to reach triple figures in
rushing since Charlie Ward in 1992.
S- Coming off a three-touchdown
S" performance against Colorado, running
back Antone Smith had a career-best
four rushing touchdowns.
S"hTEC All nine of the Yellow
J ackets' completed passes
against Duke went to wide receiver
Demaryius Thomas who had an 88-
S yard touchdown reception and 230
nk.com) yards. His 230-yard performance ranks
behind Dez White's school-record 243
yards against Virgina in 1998, while the
88-yard scoring reception was the third-
longest in school history.
a Y In an unexpected turn,
the Terrapins suffered a
31-0 loss to Virginia. It was the first
ils and time since 2004 and just the third time
ve r s sice Ralph Friedgentook over in 2001
that Maryland has been shut out. Chris
e Turner threw for 223 yards and moved
m 4 into 14th place on the school's all-time
on 37- passing list with 2,939 yards.
220 I I A pair of scoring plays by
gn Travis Benjamin in the third
son quarter of this past week's setback to
over Horida State took a combined 21
rards seconds. Of Miami's 16 offensive
, limit- touchdowns this season, 12 have come
'er- on drives that lasted three minutes or
Iwn fewer. Six of those 12 scores have come
ward in less than 36 seconds.
ius IlbAOllULNA Sophomore linebacker
Bruce Carter set a
single-game school record with three
blocks and tied Bracey Walker's single-
eorgia season record for blocked punts in this
b's past week's 38-12 win over Connecticutr
on "The victory was the program's first over
1 a ranked opponent since a 16-14 win
over Boston College in 2005.
have a ~tA'T"E Freshman T.3. Graham
ave -returned a second-
ack quarter kickoff against Boston College
i T 100 yards for a touchdown. In addition
rruen to b g a school record for longest
of is kickoff return, the play was the third-
ith 230 longest in school history. Darrell
Blackman set the previous school
e and record in 2007 with a 99-yard kickoff
oolitfle return against Clemson.
e TD T i eisi Tailback Cedric Peerman
o e S registered his fourth career
h 100 yard-rushing game and the
r field Cavaliers' first 100-yard game of the
ept 27. season with 110 against Maryland.
Peerman entered the game with 96
rushing yards on the season.
ida's H En Tailback Kenny Lewis Jr.
7 s 10) will miss the remainder of
ay. T: the season after rupturing his Achilles
tendon in the second half of the Hokies'
V of 19 27-13 win over Western Kentucky.
ss to Lewis, who entered the game ranked
Marve third on the team in rushing yards and
e second in rushing touchdowns, is the
red eighth Virginia Tech player lost for the
ick season with an injury
and REST After collecting 116
d liyards on eight
tate receptions in a 24-17 loss to Navy on
Sept. 27, Wake Forest senior D.J. Boldin
heads into Thursday's game against
a 58-13 Clemson as the conference leader in
er vis- receptions per game. Boldin is the
ie a younger brother of former Florida State
the standout and current Arizona Cardinals
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e "Representations, Certifications, and Other LICENSE OF ALL WORKERS ON JOB SITE. p.m.(CST). PROJECT #14.129 any matter considered at a meeting por hearing,
Legal N otice Statements of Bidders". MINORITY CONTRACTORS ARE ENCOUR- he or she will need a record of the proceedings,
AGED TO PARTICIPATE. CALHOUN Cost for Plans and Specifications will be $ 25.00 NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS and that, for such purpose, he or she may need
HUD CFP FL 15-10 HAVANA, FLORIDA Small businesses and minority firms are urged to COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY JURIS- per set and Is non-refundable. Checks should be to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
submit proposals. Certification as a Minority- DICTION. made payable to PREBLE-RISH, INC. The Calhoun County Board, of County wings Is made, which record includes the testimo-
DOCUMENT 00100 business Enterprise (or number of partners, THE CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY Commissioners will receive sealed bids from any ny and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
shareholders, employees who are members of COMMISSIONERS RESERVES THE RIGHT TO The Board of County Commissioners reserves qualified person, company or corporation Inter- based.
INVITATION FOR BID minority classification or are women) should be REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS AND TO WAIVE the right to waive Informalities in any bid, to ested in constructing the following project:
included in the Bid proposal. Refer to Article 38, ANY INFORMALITY, accept and/or reject any or all bids, and to accept a| N ot ice
Bids for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment, 39 and 40 of The General Conditions. THE SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT IS CONTIN- the bid that In theli judgment will be In the best CALHOUN COUNTY 2008 E.W.P. Group 3 L egal N t
and services required for the Work known as GENT UPON THE APPROVAL OF AND/OR Interest of Calhoun County. County Road 1
Concrete Parking and Sidewalks, Havana, The PHA reserves the right to reject any and all RELEASE OF FUNDS BY THE FLORIDA Abe Springs Road NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Florida will be received until 2:00 PM., local time bids, and to waive irregularities and formalities in HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY. If you have any questions, please call Matt
on 16, October 2008 at the office of the Housing the bidding. No bids may be withdrawn for a peri- CALHOUN COUNTY IS/AN EQUAL OPPORTU- Carpenter at (850) 643-2771. Plans and specifications can be obtained at NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT CLYDE
Authority (PHA) indicated below At this time and od of sixty days subsequent to the opening of NITY/FAIR HOUSING COUNTY. Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive, Port St. Joe, CARTER the holder of the following certificate
place all bids received will be publicly opened bids without PHA consent eg al N otice Florida 32456,, (850)227-7200. The bid must has iled said certificate for a tax deed to be
and readaloud Legal o LegU l N t i conform to Section 287.133(3) Florida Statutes, issued thereon. The certificate number and year
Northwest Florida Regional Housing Authority Lega l N otice on public entity crimes, of issuance, the description of the property, and
Without force and effect on the Bidding P.O. Box 218 (5302 Brown Street) 2008 CALHOUN COUNTY EWP GROUP 1 the names in which it was assessed are as tol-
Documents and the proposed Contract Graceville, Florida 32440-0218 2008 CALHOUN COUNTY EWP GROUP 2 PROJECT # 14.129 Completion date for this project wilt be 60 days lows:
Documents, the work required is briefly PROJECT# 14.129 from the date of the Notice to Proceed presented Certificate No. 309 Year of Issuance: 2002
described as: Partial modernization of Fourteen NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS to the successful bidder.
(14) Dwelling Units and One (1) Maintenance Leg al N o tice NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Parcel# 01-
Building located on One (1) site in Havana, The Calhoun County Board of County Liquidated damages for failure to complete the 1N-10-0000-0010-0400
Florida, Remove existing parking bays, parking BID NOTICE The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will receive sealed bids from any project on the specified date will be set at Commencing at the SW Corner 'of Section 1,
bumpers and all existing Sidewalks throughout STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES Commissioners will receive sealed bids from any qualified person, company or corporation inter- $1,500.00 per day. Township 1 North, Range 10 West, Calhoun
the Site, indicated trees and stumps and associ- "SHIP PROGRAM" qualified 1peson, company or corporation inter- ested in constructing the following project: County, Florida; thence North 89 degrees 59 min-
ated work. Provide new concrete parking bays, ested in constructing the following project: Please indicate on the envelope that this is a utes 13 seconds East 1382.86 feet along the
new concrete sidewalks, new parking bumpers, THE CALHOUN BOARD OF COUNTY COM- CALHOUN COUNTY 2008 E.W.P. Group 1 sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid is for. South boundary of Section 1; thence North 01
grading, filling and sod. MISSIONERS WILL ACCEPT SEALED BIDS ON CALHOUN COUNTY 2008 E.W.P. Group 2 Lee Farm Road degree 12 minutes 13 seconds East 30.00 feet to
BEHALF OF ITS STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES Thomas Mill Creek @ CR 69A B.E. Barfleld Road Bids will be received until 3:00 p.m. (CST), on the Point of Beginning; thence North 01 degree
The work required is fully described in the PARTNERSHIP "SHIP" PROGRAM FOR THE Amazlah Peacock Road October 21 2008, at the Calhoun County 12 minutes 13 seconds East 630.00 feet; thence
Bidding Documents consisting of the Project REHAB OF HOUSES UNTIL 12:00 P.M. LOCAL Plans and specifications can be obtained at Clerk's Office, Calhoun County Courthouse, North 89 degrees 59 minutes 13 seconds East
Manual and the Drawings. TIME ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2008. BIDS Plans and specifications can be obtained at Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive, Port St. Joe, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130, 345.71 feet; thence South 01 degree 12 minutes
MAY BE DELIVERED TO THE CLERK'S OFFICE Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. The bid must Blountstown, Florida 32424, and will be opened 13 seconds West 630.00 feet to the North Right
Proposed Contract forms, Drawings and Project IN THE CALHOUN COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. The bid must conform to Section 287.133(3) Florida Statutes, and read aloud on October 21 2008, at 5:00 of Way of County Road; thence South 89 degrees
Manual are on file in the office of the Consultant, BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424, BIDS MUST conform to Section 287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public entity crimes. p.m.(CST). 59 minutes 13 West 345.71 feet along said coun-
Mr. Randall O'Barr, Post Office Box 357, Baldwin, ARRIVE BEFORE DEADLINE. BIDS WILL BE on public entity crimes, ty road to the Point of Beginning. Said Parcel
Georgia 30511, telephone (706) 206-1725 or OPENED ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2008 AT Completion date for this project will be 60 days Cost for Plans and Specifications will be $ 25.00 contains 5.00 acres, more or less.
(678) 231-0675. Bidding Documents may be 5:00 P.M. OR AS SOON AFTERWARDS AS Completion date for this project will be 60' days from the date of the Notice to Proceed presented per set and Is non-refundable. Checks should be LESS & EXCEPT THAT. DEEDED TO BRANT
obtained by providing a NONREFUNDABLE POSSIBLE. from the date of the Notice to Proceed presented to the successful bidder. made payable to PREBLE-RISH, INC. CREAMER IN O.R. BOOK 342, PAGE 136, PUB-
payment of $35.00 per set of Documents to the BIDS MUST BE SEALED IN A ENVELOPE to the successful bidder. ? LIC RECORDS OF CALHOUN COUNTY,
Consultant, do not contact the PHA. No partial MARKED'"SEALED BID FOR "SHIP REHAB" Liquidated damages for failure to complete the The Board of County Commissioners reserves FLORIDA.
sets will be issued. Checks should be made AND IDENTIFIED BY THE NAME OF THE FIRM, Liquidated damages for failure to complete the project on the specified date will be set at the right to waive informalities in any bid, to
payable to Mr. Randall O'Barr and mailed to the AND THE DATE AND TIME OF THE BID OPEN- project on the specified date will be set at $1,500.00 per day. accept and/or reject any or all bids, and to accept NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Ronnie
above address. Information regarding this ING. $1,500.00 per day. the bid that in their judgment will be in the best Creamer, 11711 NW Glory Hill Road, Altha,
Project, including a list of the Plan Holders, will BID SHEETS AND SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE Please indicate on the envelope that this is a interest of Calhoun County Florida, 32421
be provided upon request. OBTAINED BY CONTACTING DOWLING PAR- Please indicate on the envelope that this is a sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid is for. Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
RISH, SHIP ADMINISTRATOR, 20859 EAST sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid is for. If you have any questions, please call Matt STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
Each bid shall include Bid Guarantee in an CENTRAL AVENUE, ROOM 309, Bids will be received until 3:00 p.m. (CST), on Carpenter at (850) 643-2771. shall be redeemed according to law the property
amount equal to five percent of-the Bid. Provide BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA, TELEPHONE (850) Bids will be received until 3:00 p.m. (CST), on October 21 2008, at the Calhoun County described in such certificate shall be SOLD to the
as a certified check or bank draft payable to the 674-8046 OR 674-2571. October 21 2008, at the Calhoun County Clerk's Office, Calhoun County Courthouse, L eg al N ot i e highest bidder at the Courthouse door on
PHA; U.S. Government Bonds, or as a properly A MANDATORY PREBID CONFERENCE WILL Clerk's Office, Calhoun County Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130, L g a l N November 13, 2008, at 10:00 A.M. CST.
executed Bid Bond with surety acceptable to the ,BE HELD ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2008, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130, Blountstown, Florida 32424, and will be opened RUTH W. ATTAWAY
PHA. A Surety Company executing the Bid Bond AT 9:00 A.M. LOCAL TIME IN THE CALHOUN Biountstown, Florida 32424, and will be opened -and read aloud on October 21 2008, at 5:00 NOTICE OF PUBLIC TEST OF Clerk of Circuit Court of
must be authorized to transact business in. the. BUILDING DEPARTMENT LOCATED ON THE and read aloud on October 21 2008, at 5:00 p.m.(CST). VOTE TABULATING EQUIPMENT CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Project State, and must appear on the most cur- 3RD FLOOR OF THE CALHOUN COUNTY The Calhoun County Canvassing Board will con-
rent U.S. Treasury Department's Circular No. 570. COURTHOUSE. Cost for Plans and Specifications will be $ 25.00 vene at the office of the Calhoun County L e al
The successful bidder is required to provide sat- REHABS WILL BE BID. IT IS THE RESPONSI- E A INOTIC per set and is non-refundable. Checks should be Supervisor of Elections, 20859 Central Avenue Leg a l N otice
isfactory Performance and Payment Bonds prior BILITY OF THE VENDOR/CONTRACTOR TO made payable to PREBLE-RISH, INC. East, Room G-10, Blountstown, Florida, at 9:00
to execution of the Agreement. PURCHASE ALL PERMITS DEEMED NECES- L IV I a.m. on Wednesday, October 15, 2008. The IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARY. The Board of County Commissioners reserves Canvassing Board is convening for the testing of CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Refer to provisions for equal employment oppor- BIDDERS MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF GEN- l M d J the right to waive informalities in any bid, to ballot tabulating equipment to be used for the- CML DMSION
tunities and payment of not less than minimum ERAL LIABILITY AND WORKMAN'S COMPEN- Deadline Mondav NOOn accept and/or reject any or all bids, and to accept November 4, 2008, General Election. The board CASE NO. 072008CA000122XXXXXX
salaries and wages indicated in the Project SATION INSURANCE IN THE BID PACKAGE. the bid that in their judgment will be in the best may also discuss other matters relating to the
Manual. THE INSURANCE MUST BE IN FORCE ATTHE ri s LE il Your A to interest of Calhoun County. November 4, 2008, General Election. TRUMAN CAPITAL MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
TIME OF THE BID OPENING. AS AN ALTER- Please Email Your Ads to In accordance with the Sunshine Law of Florida, 2004-1,
Each bid shall include THE SIGNED ORIGINAL NATIVE TO PROVIDING WORKMAN'S COM- If you have any questions, please call Matt this meeting will be open to the public. Plaintiff,
AND TWO CONFORMED COPIES of the follow- PENSATION INSURANCE, THE PROSPECTIVE n ec n re n Carpenter at (850) 643-2771. MARGIE C. LARAMORE
nlag: BIDDER SHALL PROVIDE PROOF OF WORK- neWS t.COUUintyirC .rI net SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS vs.
1. A properly executive Bid Form. ER'S COMPENSATION EXEMPTION. ANY e a CALHOUN COUNTY
2. A properly executed Bid Guarantee PERSON CLAIMING TO BE EXEMPT SHALL L X plese L g a l N otice NOTE: Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, states BEVERLY HOLMES;et al.,
3, A properly executed Non-Collusive Affidavit. BE SUBJECT TO AN ON-THE-JOB INSPEC- fax that i a person decides to appeal any decision by
4. A fully completed Form HUD-5369-A, TION FOR PROOF OF EXEMPTION AND ,, 2008 CALHOUN COUNTY EWP GROUP 3 a board, agency, or commission with respect to See LEGAL ADS, page 17




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


AUCTION
Auction
Saturday, November 1, 8:00 a.m.
Hwy. 231 N. Campbellton, FL
Farm & Construction Equipment,
County, City,
Bank, Repos & others Plus
Consignments
Mason Auction & Sales LLC #642
850-263-0473 Office
850-258-7652 Chad
850-849-0792 Gerald
www.masonauctlon.com

CARS & TRUCKS
2004 Ford F-150, 4 WD, extended
cab, 2 small doors in back, 130,000
miles, asking $11,000 OBO. Call
643-9723.

1996 BMW 328 convertible. Can
be seen at Covenant House yard
sale Fri. & Sat., 8:00 a.m. or call 639-
3214 for details.

1996 Ford Special Edition, tool
box, V8, 4wd, runs real good,
$1,000; 1985 Blazer, 4wd, V6,
$1,000. Call 674-3070.

1986 Dodge Ram Charger, 2wd,
360 motor, runs, $1,100. Call 643-
6559.
. 1996 Chevrolet Z71, extended cab,
CD player, 3 in. body lift, stock
wheels, 184,000 miles, $5,000 miles.
Call 643-6252.

1977 Ford F150, 2wd, auto, cruise,
A/C, alloy wheels, dual exhaust, tow-
ing hitch, long bed, runs well, $2,000
firm. Call 674-5908.

2001 Kia Optima, $2,000. Call
251-802-1502.

1994 Mazda T.W.D., auto, new
transmission and 'alternator, 'don't
smoke and don't use any oil, asking
$1,000. For more info call 674-2106.

FOR RENT
2 bedroom mobile home, nice loca-
tion near school. in Bristol. Call 674-
8317 or 643-7569

,RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers when
available. Call 674-4011.
2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home,
mostly furnished, closed to elemen-
tary school and town, $200 deposit,
$425. monthly. Call 237-2440 after
4:00 p.m.

1 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home,
completely furnished, right down to
dishes, new refrigerator, etc. Asking
$400/mo, plus $300 deposit. Fenced
in back yard. Off Shuler Street in
Hosford. For more information call
674-2106. Perfect for single person
or older couple. No pets.


3 bedroom, 1 bath, CHA, just
remodeled behind Chevron Station
in Altha. $550/mo, plus $500
deposit. Call 674-5921 or 447-0544.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or facto-
ry refurbished computers, Monitors,
Inkjet & Laser Printers, CD's, CD-
ROM, CD Drives, Zip Drives, SparQ
Drive and Software. Call Russell A.
Peterson at (850) 674-2958, 17785
Crozier St., Blountstown. E-mail:
russellp@digitalExpt.Com.

Happy Jack Liquivic@: Recognized
safe & effective against hook &
roundworms by US Center for
Veterinary Medicine. ALTHA FARM-
ERS COOP (762-8749). www.hap-
pyjackinc.com.

2 barstools, white w/woodern seats,
real nice, swivel, $20 each. Call 674-
8183.

1984 Honda 500 motorcycle. Can
be seen at Covenant House yard
sale Friday & Saturday, 8:00 a.m. or
call 639-3214 for details.

Baby crib and mattress and bed-
ding for boy, $100. Big Christmas
blow up carousel, $50; snowman
snow machine, $100. Call 850-557-
3636.

Large size trampoline, $100; desk
with 3 drawers, $25. Call 643-1428,
leave message.

Brand new set of 4, 18" aluminum
wheels with brand new 215 3518
Nankang tires, $500. Call 850-447-
4552.
Washer & dryer, computer, 2
antique bed frames, 25" color tv's
w/remotes. Prices reasonable on all.
Call 674-3012, leave message.

Small study desk, excellent condi-
tion, $25, red wagon, $10, 4 ft. cylin-
der shaped bird cage, excellent con-
dition, $20, baby swing that attaches
to outdoor swing set, $5. Call 674-
8320.

Sofa sleeper (queen size mat-
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Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' pursuant to an
Order or Summary Final Judgment of foreclosure
dated September 24, 2008, and an Order
Resetting Sale dated December 12, 2006, and
entered in Case No. 072008CA000122XXXXXX
of the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit in and for Calhoun County, Florida, where-
in TRUMAN CAPITAL MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2004-1 is Plaintiff and BEVERLY
HOLMES; ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC. AS
SUCCESSOR TO SECURITYLINK FROM
AMERITECH, INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1;
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; and ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO T HIS ACTION, OR HAVING
OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN
DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash on the Front
Steps of the, Calhoun County Courthouse at
20859, Central Avenue East, Blountstown; FL
32424 at Calhoun County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
CST, on 4th day of December, 2008, the following
described property as set forth in said Order or
Final Judgment, to wit:
THE W 1/2 OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY, TO WIT: BEGIN AT THE SW COR-


NER OF SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,'
.RANGE 8 WEST, AND RUN NORTH ALONG
THE WEST BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION 34,
1010 FEET, THENCE CONTINUE TO RUN
NORTH ALONG SAID WEST BOUNDARY 135
FEET, THENCE RUN EAST 345 FEET FOR A
POINTOF BEGINNING;THENCE RUN EAST AT
AN ANGLE OF 90 DEGREES WITH SAID WEST
BOUNDARY 105 FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH
105 FEET, THENCE WEST 105 FEET, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 105 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, CONTAINING .26 ACRES IN SEC-
TION 34, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 8
WEST, CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS M UST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing special
accommodation to participate In this proceeding
should contact the Clerk of the Court not later
than five business days prior to the proceeding at
the Calhoun County Courthouse. Telephone
850-747-5318 or 1-800-955-8770 via Florida
Relay Service.
Dated at Blountstown, Florida on September
25, 2008.
Ruth W. Attaway,
as Clerk. Circuit Court


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

Tutton Creek Apartments
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDDITTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity

2 tv's Sharp, 19" and Mitsubshi, 19".
Call 643-7955 for information.

Baby high chair, $10; boys clothes,
size 6/7, 250 to $2.00 ea., exercise
air bike, $10; two peddle gocarts,
$20, boys bike, needs chain, $5; chil-
dren's audio books, VCR tapes, fam-
ily movies, cartoons, make offer.
Call 643-1428.

Dresser with 6 drawers and mirror,
$20. Call 674-3070.

Aluminum dog box, 3 doors, for full
size truck, $115.00. Call 643-6559.

2 love seats, $20 ea; grandfather
clock replica, $60. Call 674-3264.

Heavy gauge plastic, new, 2 sizes
- 10' x 43', $115; 10' x 43',.$125 or
both for $200. Plastic flower pots,
black, 3 gal. pots, 120 ea, 1 gal. pot
and assorted sizes, 100 ea. Call
573-3155, ask for Carol.

2004 Ninja motorcycle, 16,000
miles, 2 new sprockets, 50 mpg,
new chain, 2 new tires. $2,495. Call
643-8540 or 674-1313.

2006 Artic Cat 650 4-wheeler, 4wd,
500 miles, like new, $6,000 firm. Call
674-7638 or 643-8454.

Ladies golf clubs, call 447-2217.

Nautica Baby Bedding, 4 pc. set
includes bumper, fitted sheet, com-
forter and dust ruffle. Navy and baby
blue with Nautica sailboats. Never
opened. Paid $300, asking $150. I
also have 1 roll of border and sever-
al decorations to match. A beautiful
set. Call 447-2217.

FREE PETS
Free to a good home: Black Lab,
2 years old. Plays well with children
and/or other pets. Shots up to date.
Call 447-0158.

JOB

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

A Terrific Opportunityl
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company
$100,000+ Earning Potential,
Benefits, Pension, 401(k), BCBS
Insurance. Call 1-800-257-5500.


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3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, brick, 1+
acre, corner lot, fenced, detached 40
x 50 outbuilding, walk to shopping,
K-12, medical and downtown
Blountstown. Job causes to relo-
cate. Asking payoff, $113,000. Call
606-776-1762 or 606-748-4732.

New 3 bedroom, 2 bath house in
Blountstown on 70' x 210' lot. All city
utilities, tile and laminate flooring.
*Vinyl siding, 30 year shingle roof,
-good location. $110,000.00, 100%
finc. With up to $10,000 assistance
government funds for down pay-
ment. wac 850-762-8185 or 850-
653-5597.

LIVESTOCK
Jersey bull calf for sale, $45. Call
674-8620.

4 year old mare, 14 hands needs
experienced rider, $250. Call 762-
8185.

MOBILE HOMES
For sale or rent 3 bedroom, 2 bath
double wide on Bob Guilford Road,
Blountstown. .41 acre, good condi-
tion. $47,500. Owner financing
available with 10% down or Rent
with $1500 deposit, $650 month.
Call 850-762-8185 or 850-653-5597.

WANTED
Have a brown male Shih Tzu, 3
years old trying to breed him with
another Shih Tzu or small dog. If
interested call 674-3012, leave mes-
sage.

Looking for a sound, mature begin-
ners pony with tack for a very
deserving and small 10-year old just
learning to ride. Reasonably priced
or free. Will have excellent loving
home with other retired horses. Call
762-2741.

YARD SALE
Huge yard sale Saturday, at City
Tire, Highway 20, Friday & Saturday,
7:00 until.

Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 12:00
EST, blue house with white fence
next to Dollar General on Hwy. 20 in
Bristol. Shoes, clothes, Halloween
costumes, baby crib sheets, house-
hold items, videos, tricycles, big
wheel, ice chest, car seat, aquari-
ums. Call 643-5538 or 643-2298.

Large yard sale Saturday, 7:00 until
at 3 miles north of Blountstown on
Bob Guilford Road. Everything must
go.


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Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Custodian

*Terms of Employment: 10 months/40.0 hours per week
* Salary: Commensurate with Salary/Schedule and Experience
* Applicant Qualifiecations: Possess the necessary skills and
training to do general custodian duties and light maintenance.
*Applications are available online at http://calhounflschools.org/.
Apply online by October 13, 12:00 AM.
* A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Altha Public School.
* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Ronnie Hand, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origih, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
Oct. 8,, 2008


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The County Record, OCTOBER 8, 2008, Page 18


Table 1
Arrest Comparisons
Sheriff Smith
1996 303
1997 294
1998 364
1999 367
2000 191
Sheriff Tatum
2001 698
2002 610
2003 885
2004 1013
2005 605
2006 779
2007 672


Table 2
Average Daily
Population for
Calhoun County Jail
1996-2006
Sheriff Smith
1994 I15
1995 19
1996 25
1997 23
1998r 27
2000 36
SheriffTatum
2001 28
2002 28
2003 37
2004 55
2005 46
2006 52
2007 56


.Table3
Historical Budgets for
Calhoun County Jail
1999-00 $303,053.80
2000-01 $303,053.80
2001-02 $270,690.39
2002-03 -$270,690.39
2003-4 $267,196.39
2004-05-----$267,190.39
2005-06 $325,788.02
2006-07 $355,00.00


laoie 5
Jail Budget Comparisons for
Similar Sized Counties in Florida
2067-08
Calhoun County _$355,000.00
Liberty County $645,1T01.12
Gulf County $997,978.00
Franklin County $1,716,416.60
Washington County __' $1,450,699.00
Holmes County $800,202.00


Table 4


Here's the condensed version of the matter. While I have been Sheriff, we have arrested considerably more people for committing
crimes. When you have more inmates in Jail, it costs more to feed and house them. When our Jail is maxed out, we take them to an-
other jail. When you total what the BCC gave me to operate the jail and what they paid to other counties to house our overflow; it is
still less than the surrounding counties have been paying for their jails. When former Sheriff Smith writes that I wasted your money, I'
don't know if he doesn't know and understand how this works or if it is just the spin of politics. Either way, in the south we have a
saying, "Bless his heart" f'm sure he meant well.


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