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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: County record
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown, Fla
Publication Date: 11-03-2010
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Calhoun -- Blountstown
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 13 (Dec. 12, 1952).
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 104th Year, No. 10 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 50 CENTS (Including Tax) CRIMEAngry former employee arrestedBY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News EditorAdisgruntled former employee was arrested for allegedly making threats to his ex-boss Thursday. Michael French, 20, has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and battery on a law enforcement officer. According to the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, authorities were called to Kyle Recycling in Hosford after French showed up a day after being terminated and threatened to cut the owner if he didn’t pay him. Maj. Steve Swier and Lt. James Lowery found French on a tractor. They were able to talk him down from the equipment and recovered a knife from his hip pocket. He reportedly had told the owner he was headed to get a gun from his vehicle before authorities arrived. Upon arrest, he allegedly kicked Maj. Swier in the face. Serving Blountstown and Calhoun County Since 1907 RIVER FORECAST A AP P A A L L A A C C H H I I C C O O L L A AR RI I V V E E R RNov. 3...8PM... 3 3 . 3 3 ' Nov. 5...8PM... 2 2 . 1 1 0 0 ' Nov. 7...6AM... 2 2 . 0 0 'The County Record The County Record ONLINE EDITIONThe County RecordONLINEwww.thecountyrecord.netSEEAPHOTOYOULIKE?BUYITONLINE!CRIMEVideo leads to arrest of burglary suspectBY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News EditorWhen a burglar made off with a set of welding leads last month at Big River Cypress, a video camera was rolling, leading to the arrest of a suspect. Henry D. Fain, 39, was taken into custody last Wednesday on charges of burglary, grand theft, and dealing in stolen property. According to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, authorities thought they recognized Fain on a videotape that captured a man entering the mill the night of Oct. 18, then leaving with the welding leads. Investigation revealed Fain sold 136 pounds of copper welding leads two days later for $318. It was also learned that he made a $617 sale of copper three days prior to the mill burglary, including another set of welding leads believed to have been stolen from a local construction site. Fain is reportedly not a welder.  APPLIANCES  PAINT  LUMBER  BUILDING MATERIALS  TOOLS  FLOOR COVERING & MORE WALDORFF A CE H ARDWAR E 25615 N. MAIN ST., ALTHA, FLA. 762-3228 $49.99 After $10 Mail-In Rebate. You Pay $59.99 Black & D ecker Subccompact L ithium Ion C ordless D rill/ D river Powerful 12 volt motor. Lithium-ion battery holds a charge for over 6 months. 2302031 Limit 1 Rebate DINE IN OR CARRY OUT 19838 SR 20 West Blountstown, FL 674-3838 Quesadilla Combo Large 1-Topping Pizza, Chicken or Steak Quesadilla & 2-Litre Drink $15.99 A fight at the Mossy Pond Landing Labor Day weekend resulted in the arrest of Jessie James Kaufman last Wednesday. According to the CCSO, Kaufman, 21,has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after allegedly stabbing James Edwards during a fight. Kaufman, along with his sister and father, were all treated for injuries, along with Edwards who was cut in his left side.CRIMEStabbing leads to one arrestC C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O M M M M I I S S S S I I O O N N E E R R , D D I I S S T T R R I I C C T T 2 2 Earl Hunt (D) . . . . . . . . . . . .482 Darrell McDougald (NPA) . . . . . . . 588 Lee Alday (NPA) . . . . . . . . . . .93 B B L L O O U U N N T T S S T T O O W W N N C C I I T T Y Y C C O O U U N N C C I I L L , W W A A R R D D 1 1 Clifford L. Jackson . . . . . . . . .309** Roy Pickron . . . . . . . . . . . .300** Beverly Veress . . . . . . . . . . . .100 C C A A L L H H O O U U N N C C O O U U N N T T Y Y S S C C H H O O O O L L B B O O A A R R D D R R EE F F E E R R E E N N D D U U M M . 2 2 5 5 M M I I L L L L S S L L E E V V Y Y F F O O R R C C R R I I T T I I C C A A L L O O P P E E R R A A T T I I N N G G N N E E E E D D S S YES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1611 NO.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2425 S S T T A A T T E E S S E E N N A A T T O O R R , D D I I S S T T R R I I C C T T 6 6 John Shaw (R) . . . . . . . . . . .1153 Bill Montford (D) . . . . . . . . . .2910 David H. Abrams (NPA) . . . . . . . .159 S S T T A A T T E E R R E E P P R R E E S S E E N N T T A A TT I I V V E E , D D I I S S T T R R I I C C T T 7 7 Marti Coley (R) . . . . . . . . . . .3361 David B. Pleat (D) . . . . . . . . . .870 R R E E P P R R E E S S E E N N T T A A T T I I V V E E I I N N C C O O N N G G R R E E S S S S , D D I I S S T T R R I I C C T T 2 2 Steve Southerland (R) . . . . . . . . .2714 Allen Boyd (D) . . . . . . . . . . .1261 Paul C. McKain (NPA) . . . . . . . . .166 Dianne Berryhill (NPA) . . . . . . . . .166 G G O O V V E E R R N N O O R R / / L L T T . G G O O V V E E R R N N O O R R * Rick Scott & Jennifer Carroll (R) . . . . .2193 Alex Sink & Rod Smith (D) . . . . . . .1846 A A T T T T O O R R N N E E Y Y G G E E N N E E R R A A LL Pam Bondi (R) . . . . . . . . . . .2557 Dan Gelber (D) . . . . . . . . . . .1207 Jim Lewis (NPA) . . . . . . . . . . .344 C C H H I I E E F F F F I I N N A A N N C C I I A A L L O O F F F F I I C C E E R R Jeff Atwater (R) . . . . . . . . . . .2549 Loranne Ausley (D) . . . . . . . . .1370 Ken Mazzie (NPA) . . . . . . . . . . .70 Tom Stearns (NPA) . . . . . . . . . .130 C C O O M M M M I I S S S S I I O O N N E E R R O O F F A A G G R R I I C C U U L L T T U U R R E E Adam H. Putnam (R) . . . . . . . . .2961 Scott Maddox (D) . . . . . . . . . .1045 Ira Chester (Tea) . . . . . . . . . . .154 Thad Hamilton (NPA) . . . . . . . . . .87 U U N N I I T T E E D D S S T T A A T T E E S S S S E E N N A A T T O O R R Marco Rubio (R) . . . . . . . . . .2759 Kendrick B. Meek (D) . . . . . . . . .595 Alexander Andrew Snitker (LBT) . . . . . .39 Bernie DeCastro (LBT) . . . . . . . . . .1 Sue Askeland (NPA) . . . . . . . . . .55 Bruce Ray Riggs (NPA) . . . . . . . . .10 Bobbie Bean (NPA) . . . . . . . . . .11 Rick Tyler (NPA) . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Charlie Crist (NPA) . . . . . . . . . .786 Lewis Jerome Armstrong (NPA) . . . . . .18 A A M M E E N N D D M M E E N N T T 1 1 R R ee p p e e a a l l o o f f P P u u b b l l i i c c C C a a m m p p a a i i g g n n F F i i n n a a n n c c i i n n g g R R e e q q u u i i r r e e m m e e n n t t YES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2028 NO.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1875 A A M M E E N N D D M M E E N N T T 2 2 T T a a x x C C r r e e d d i i t t f f o o r r M M i i l l i i t t a a r r y y P P e e r r s s o o n n n n e e l l YES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2695 NO.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1281 A A MM E E N N D D M M E E N N T T 4 4 C C o o m m p p r r e e h h e e n n s s i i v v e e L L a a n n d d U U s s e e I I s s s s u u e e YES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .880 NO.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3173 A A M M E E N N D D M M E E N N T T 5 5 L L e e g g i i s s l l a a t t i i v v e e R R e e d d i i s s t t r r i i c c t t i i n n g g YES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1482 NO.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2368 A A M M E E N N D D M M E E N N T T 6 6 CC o o n n g g r r e e s s s s i i o o n n a a l l R R e e d d i i s s t t r r i i c c t t i i n n g g YES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1488 NO.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2350 A A M M E E N N D D M M E E N N T T 8 8 C C l l a a s s s s S S i i z z e e R R e e q q u u i i r r e e m m e e n n t t s s YES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2185 NO.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1805 S S T T A A T T E E W W I I D D E E R R E E F F E E R R E E N N D D U U M M B B a a l l a a n n c c i i nn g g F F e e d d e e r r a a l l B B u u d d g g e e t t YES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2941 NO.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .977 **There will be a runoff in the City Council Ward 2 race. *See Election website at www.votecalhoun.com for other candidate results in this race.CELEBRATIONSpooktacular fun at the carnivalFolks of all ages donned their best costumes for the annual Kinard Carnival held Saturday night. Turn to page 2 for all the highlights from this year's celebration. INSIDE THIS ISSUE W W E E H H A A Z Z J J A A Z Z Z Z ' ...Third graders at Blountstown Elementary School (pictured) gave a showstopping performance last week presenting the works of many great jazz musicians. Turn to page 9 for all the details. R R E E U U N N I I O O N N ...The BHS Class of 60 gathered for a 50 year reunion. See highlights on page 12. T T I I G G E E R R S S N N O O W W 7 7 1 1 ...The BHS Tigers are set to tangle with the LCHS Bulldogs for the district title Friday night. Turn to page 4 for details. VOTER TURNOUT IN CALHOUN COUNTY4,368 (51.47%) of 8,487 registered voters cast FRENCH FAIN KAUFMAN

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, Page 2 USPS 135-060 Published every Wednesday by Calhoun Publishing Co., Inc. 20311 Central Avenue West Blountstown, FL 32424 PHONE: 850-674-5041 •FAX: 850-674-5008 e-mail: therecord@gtcom.net website: www.thecountyrecord.net Periodicals postage paid at Blountstown, FL Post Office POSTMASTER: Send address changes to THE COUNTY RECORD P.O. Box 366, Blountstown, FL 32424 $21.00 in Calhoun & Liberty Counties $26.00 Elsewhere Robert A. Turner Publisher/Editor/Advertising Sharon Turner Bookkeeper/Circulation Kelli Peacock....News Editor Somehow, largely through the Grace of God, devoted loyalty, and the vast pride on the part of many people, The County Record has never missed an issue.The County Record The Voice of Calhoun County Since 1907 CALHOUN & LIBERTY COUNTYSHERIFF'S LOGC C A A L L H H O O U U N N C C O O U U N N T T Y Y O O c c t t . 2 2 5 5 : : Ralph Conder, poss. l/t 20 grams marijuana; Bobby Creamer, violation of community control; David Lee Adkins, DWLSRw/knowledge, possession of listed chemicals O O c c t t . 2 2 6 6 : : Ricketts, VOP; Bradley Trickey, VOP; Matthew Woods, VOP O O c c t t . 2 2 7 7 : : Navon L. Fagan, stateVOP; Henry Demarkus Fain, burglary of structure, grand theft, dealing in stolen property; Jesse James Kaufman, aggravated assault, aggravated battery with deadly weapon; Alexander Jackson, DOM; Keith Burke, no motorcycle endorsement, felony DWLSR; Alichia Hall, larceny; Craig Smith, DUI O O c c t t . 2 2 8 8 : : Jared Hathaway, aggravated stalking, violation of injunction, failure to appear, violation of conditional release; Deborah Gawrylok, DUI with property damage, leaving the scene without giving info; Michael Slayer, DUI; O O c c t t . 2 2 9 9 : : Thomas L. Jenkins, violation of conditional release O O c c t t . 3 3 0 0 : : Andrew Tyler Petree, DUI; Dennis Paulk, felony DWLSR O O c c t t . 3 3 1 1 : : Latashia Jones, DWLSR; Susan Neal, domestic battery; William Neal, domestic battery L L II B B E E R R T T Y Y C C O O U U N N T T Y Y O O c c t t . 2 2 6 6 : : William Davis, VOP/DWLSR O O c c t t . 2 2 7 7 : : Louis Cameron Rogers, hold for Calhoun, burglary of dwelling, grand theft O O c c t t . 2 2 8 8 : : Carla Alichia Hall, hold for Calhoun, warrant/Bay; Antwan Miller, county VOP; Mikey French, aggravated battery with deadly weapon without intent, battery on LEOT T h h e e a a b b o o v v e e i i n n d d i i v v i i d d u u a a l l s s w w e e r r e e b b o o o o k k e e d d i i n n t t o o t t h h e e C C a a l l h h o o u u n n o o r r L L i i b b e e r r t t y y C C o o u u n n t t y y J J a a i i l l o o v v e e r r t t h h e e p p a a s s t t w w e e e e k k . A A l l t t h h o o uu g g h h t t h h e e y y h h a a v v e e b b e e e e n n c c h h a a r r g g e e d d w w i i t t h h a a c c r r i i m m e e , t t h h e e y y a a r r e e c c o o n n s s i i d d e e r r e e d d i i n n n n o o c c e e n n t t u u n n t t i i l l p p r r o o v v e e n n g g u u i i l l t t y y . Old fashioned fun at the Kinard Halloween Carnival The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will be having a Movie under the Stars night Friday, Nov. 5. Gates open 6:30 pm and movie will start 7 pm. The Pioneer Settlement will replicate the good old days when outdoor movie nights were regular occurrences and big social events in small towns throughout the region. The movie we will be playing is “Game Plan” starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Please bring your blanket, lawn chairs, and the entire family for a fun filled evening. NO Pets, coolers or alcoholic beverages will be allowed. We will be serving popcorn, snowcones, hot dogs, nacho with cheese, & drinks for a small donation. Admission is Free. The Settlement is located inside Sam Atkins Park. For more information, call 850-674-2777 or email info@ppmuseum.org.Pioneer Settlement hosting Movie Under the Stars Friday featuring "Game Plan"Blountstown Main Street is proud to sponsor the downtown farmers market featuring fresh produce, home baked items, handmade crafts, and original artwork, along with live entertainment. The River Valley Marketplace is open the first Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. to noon in the greenspace next to Wakulla Bank. The next market date is Saturday, Nov. 6. Spaces are free just bring your own setup. If you have a tent, make sure it’s white or tan (or cover with sheet). Limited truck spaces are available. Contact Kelli at 6741004 to reserve your FREE space for this Saturday’s market.Downtown farmers market open Saturday; booth spaces are freeThe Blountstown Woman’s Club will host their “Trash & Treasure Rummage Sale” Saturday, Nov. 6, from 8 a.m. to noon. Come along to the corner of Main Street and SR20 across from Bay Ford and find books, clothes, plants, whatever your heart desires. This will be a fun morning for all!Woman's Club hosting Trash & Treasure Rummage Sale'BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News EditorCalhoun County Commissioners have expressed their opposition to a new septic tank law that many say stinks. Senate Bill 550 has drawn widespread complaints across the state and several lawmakers have vowed to clean up their mess in a special session. The bill requires septic tank inspection and replacement requirements that reportedly will wind up costing Floridians thousands. Calhoun County Commissioners have issued a resolution that has been sent to Gov. Crist, along with Florida Department of Health officials. The resolution states that the bill “was originally intended to affect those properties with septic tanks in close proximity to Florida’s springs, but which was changed in the course of the legislative process to cover all properties with septic tanks wherever located within the state.” Commissioners say that, although they support protecting the springs, they don’t believe it is appropriate to impose the same strict regulation of septic tanks throughout Calhoun County, even to those septic tanks that are far removed from springs and have no impact on them.Commission opposes new septic tank law

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The Blountstown Tigers defeated the Franklin County Seahawks Friday night at Bowles Field 34-0 setting up a showdown with the Liberty County Bulldogs for the District Championship Friday night in Bristol. The Tigers will enter the game 7-1 overall and 4-0 in the district and the Bulldogs are 8-0 overall and 4-0 in the district. It should be a battle to the finish with both teams playing well and the championship on the line. Head coaches Greg Jordan of the Tigers and Grant Grantham of the Bulldogs each expressed respect for the other’s program Monday. “Grant does a great job with his team,” Jordan said. “They’re strong on the line and will pound you with their running game. They are very disciplined and don’t make many mistakes. We will need to limit our penalties, not commit turnovers, tackle well and score when we have opportunities if we hope to beat them,” Jordan noted. Jordan added that he felt his Tigers had improved over the season. “We’ve really played well on defense and our offense has improved as the season progressed. We’ve found three or four guys who can carry the ball now so we’ve been able to spread our offense out more,” Jordan noted. Coach Grantham attributed his team’s success this year on hard work. “We had to replace 18 positions and these kids are extremely hard workers. They’re very coachable and I’m really proud of them,” Grantham stated. “We like to run the ball, but we’ll take what the defense will give us. People don’t realize it, but we’ve scored on 50% of our pass plays this year. We pass to try and score,” Grantham noted. Grantham said he felt Blountstown will be the best team his Bulldogs have faced in the regular season. “Greg does a good job with his team. They’re very talented, play solid defense and they throw it and run it well,” Grantham noted, The winner will host the winner of the Northview Bratt and Vernon game in the playoffs. The loser will travel to Freeport as the district runnerup. The Tigers had some costly penalties and a turnover in a first half Friday night that went by in a hurry. The Tigers last two possessions of the half ended with an interception and a fumble. The Tigers first drive of 67 yards in 9 plays ended with a Marquel Thomas 23 yard field goal and a 3-0 lead. Brandon Smith recovered a Seahawk fumble but the Tigers couldn’t convert the turnover into points. A 24 yard run by Smith set up the Tigers’ second score, a 16 yard scamper by Charles Buggs, Jr. Comer’s PAT missed, but the Tigers were ahead 9-0. Buggs came up with an interception for the Tigers, but once again the Tigers could not move and had to punt. The Seahawks picked off a Tiger pass, but the Tiger defense forced them to punt from their own 23. It wasn’t clear what happened (block or fumble), but Frankie Murrell ended up with the ball and ran it into the endzone for a touchdown. The PAT failed and the Tigers led 15-0. The Tiger offense got on track in the third quarter and put up two more scores. Midway the period Buggs ran for 30 yards and followed it up three plays later with his second 16 yard touchdown run. The two-point play failed, but the Tigers extended their lead to 21-0. After recovering a Seahawk fumble, Jawon Mosley broke loose for 43 to the one yard line and pushed his way in on the next play for a touchdown. Another two-point play failed, but the Tigers were in control, 27-0. After the defense held on fourth down at midfield, the Tigers marched 51 yards in 7 plays with Alexander Garrett scoring from the 3. Comer’s PAT kick was good and the final of 34-0 was posted. On the Seahawk’s final two possessions, Tiger defensive back Paul Mosley came up with two more interceptions to push his season total to 11. The Tiger defense held Franklin County to a meager 23 yards on 43 plays. Jawon Mosley had 8 tackles followed by Dowling Lee with 7 including 3 for losses. Alexander Garrett, Anthony Williams and Corey McClellan were each in on 5 tackles. Frankie Murrell, Marquel Thomas, Hunter Jordan, Ryan Hathcox, and Patrick Pitts were also in on defensive stops. Offensively, the Tigers rushed for 281 yards and passed for 73 for 354 total yards. Buggs completed 5 of 10 passes for 73 yards and gave up one interception. Brandon Smith led the rushing attack with 83 yards on 6 carries, followed closely by Jawon Mosley with 80 yards on 9 carries. Buggs had 70 yards on 8 carries. Thomas had 25 yards on 6 carries, McIntyre added 17 on 2 carries and Garrett and Jordan had 4 yards each. Be in Bristol early Friday night. Kickoff for the District Championship will be at 7:00 CT.The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 3 3 by Blountstown Tiger Head Coach Greg Jorda n The BHS Tigers moved to 7-1 on the year with a 34-0 win over visiting Franklin County. The win guaranteed the Tigers a spot in the post season with the district title on the line next week. The win moved the Tigers to 4-0 in district play with one game left in the district. This week’s game at Liberty will be for the championship and the runner up spot outright. The Tigers sputtered on offense at times last week with costly penalties and a couple of turnovers. We still had around 350 yards of offense and scored 34 points and did not play our best. We will have to play better on offense this week to have a chance to win. Defensively, the Tigers DOMINATED Franklin County all night with a shutout. Franklin could only muster 23 yards of offense on 43 total plays for the night. Senior defensive back Paul Mosley continued his assault on opposing quarterbacks with 2 more interceptions to take his total to 11 for the year with 5 in the last two games. This week’s game will feature two teams familiar with each other as we played a spring game against each other with Liberty winning 14-12. The Bulldogs are 8-0 on the year and have pretty much dominated every opponent they have played. They score points in bunches and play stingy defense. It should be a hard hitting and exciting high school football game. The players will be working hard all week to prepare for this game. Make the short trip across the bridge as the Tigers and the Bulldogs tangle for the district title! Game time will be 7:00 cst/ 8:00 est, hope to see you there!! GO TIGERS!!! BHS undefeated in district, 7-1 overall after 34-0 win over Franklin CountyTigers to take on LCHSfor titleDistrict championship on the line this week DONTLET FLAVOREDTOBACCO TRAPOURKIDS. Get involved:Calhoun County Tobacco Free Partnership 850-674-5645 Ext. 236 Charles Buggs, Jr. follows the blocks of Ryan McIntyre (22) and Timmy Girardot for a big gain against Franklin County.Marquel Thomas makes a tackle with Jawon Mosley assisting. Dowling Lee (54) drives into a Franklin Co. back while Frankie Murrell holds on to his foot and Corey McClellan assists.P h h o t o s b b y T o n y S S h h o e m a k k e

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 4 4 Spooky rides on the Screamliner Express It was all aboard for thrills and chills on the Screamliner Express in Bristol over the weekend. Veterans Memorial Park hosted spooky train rides around the park with plenty of scary creatures along the way. Visitors were also treated to activities including pony rides and inflatables, as well as some delicious refreshments. COUNTRY LUNCH SERVED DAILY, 10:30 A.M. UNTIL 2:30 P.M. Hwy. 20, Bristol  643-2264 RESTAURANT The DINE IN with tea & salad . . . . . TO GO drink not included . . . . with salad . . . . . . . . . . $ 7 99 $ 7 99 $ 8 99 + Tax + Tax + Tax 12” Chocolate Chip Cookie Plain $12.50  with nuts or decorated $15 WHOLE CAKES & PIES AVAILABLE Carters Law Enforcement 2868 High wa y 71 N ort h, P.O. B o x 1583 M ar i anna Fl or id a 32447 85 0526 42 0 5 F a x 85 0526 5226 DC WINDBREAKERS RAINCOATS and BELTS BOO T SALE R oc k y  5.11 T h oro g oo d R idg e G L O V ES Cold Weather Kevlar Lined Shooting & many more styles B DU’ S Grand Opening November 13th Come and learn about the holistic approach to healthy living. 17343 Main Street N Blountstown, FL 32424 (850)6741311Altha to honor Jerry Sellers with memorial November 11Veterans Day was dedicated to the memory of those who have put their life on the line in the service of our country. It seems only fitting that a hero who did this and gave his life in his service should be commemorated on this National Holiday. A memorial service will be held in honor of Major Jerry Alan Sellers, US Air Force of Altha, on November 11, at 3:00 PM in Altha, on the Town Hall grounds. Major Sellers died in the service of his country in South Vietnam on December 25, 1967. Major Sellers is interred in Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, CO. Major Sellers grew up in Altha, FL the only child of Emily Ellen Sellers. His maternal grandparents were Hemsly Green and Jessie Pearl Hagan Sellers of Altha, FL. Major Sellers Uncle J. D. Sellers, USAF retired, was a life long resident of Altha, FL. He was survived by many relatives in Altha. Major Sellers was survived by his widow Jane I Bullard Sellers of Richland, WA, a son Jeffery Alan Sellers of Temecula, CA, two daughters Jessica Tonia Sellers Krahn of Boise, ID and Jennifer Lynn Sellers Davis of Richland, WA. Major Sellers graduated from Altha High School, Class of 1952 and Florida State University Class of 1956 and the USAF ROTC with a commission of 2nd Lieutenant. He trained as a pilot and piloted many of the USAF aircraft during his twelve years of distinguished and decorated service. Major Sellers’ final day of service was performed in Forward Air Control aircraft the O-2 in support of ground combat in Quang Tri Province near the DMZ of South Vietnam. In an effort to direct accurate fire on an enemy target in inclement weather and night fall he flew his aircraft low over the NVA force with landing lights on. The plane was hit by enemy ground fire and crashed resulting in death of Major Sellers and a crew member, Captain Richard Budka. Major Sellers’ action resulted in the extraction of a patrol of Marines who were in danger of death or capture at the hand of a superior force. His heroic actions on the day of his death resulted in the award of the Air Force Cross for valor in action against a hostile enemy of our country. The Air Force Cross is second only to the highest medal for valor presented to all military personnel, The Congressional Medal Of Honor. Pastor Allan Nichols, Altha Church of God, will be in charge of the memorial service assisted by Pastor Jim McIntosh, First Baptist Church of Altha. Major Sellers’ family will attend the service from their homes on the west coast. In addition a close friend and fellow Forward Air Control (FAC) pilot, Colonel Toby Rushforth, USAF retired, of Kaneohe, HI, who was Major Sellers’ roommate at the time of his death, will also attend and speak. Dignitaries from state, county and local offices will attend along with AHS officials and former educators who knew and taught Major Sellers in his youth. All friends and relatives of Major Sellers are invited to attend the ceremonies. Following the memorial service a monument will be dedicated to the memory of Major Sellers which will Major Jerry SellersSee S S E E L L L L E E R R S S page 7"Rejoice" art exhibit at libraryThe Blountstown Public Library presents REJOICE by Nathalia Davis.....a multi-media collection. Stop by the Adult Reading Room to view her unique and vibrant works of ART! The library is located on North Pear Street next to the W.T. Neal Civic Center. B B I I R R T T H H D D A A Y YO O n n N N o o v v . 4 4 , 1 1 9 9 2 2 0 0 , t t h h e e w w o o r r l l d d w w a a s s b b l l e e s s s s e e d d !H HA A P P P P Y Y9 9 0 0T T H HB BI I R R T T H H D D A A Y Y, A AN N N N E E T T T T E EA AD D A A M M S S! All friends and relatives are invited to attend the 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration of Bobby and Jeter Lester at the Assembly of God fellowship hall in Wewahitchka on November 5th, beginning at 6:00 p.m. No gifts, please.Lesters to be honored on their 50thThe Torreya Garden Club will meet Monday, November 8, 6:30 p.m, at Adams Funeral Home Family Center. The theme will be “Christmas Arrangements” presented by Unique Florist.Garden Club to meet November 8

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Fortress to perform at Gateway BaptistThe gospel music group "Fortress" will be in concert at Gateway Baptist Church in Blountstown this Sunday Morning at 11 AM. Gateway is delighted to have this outstanding group ministering in testimony and song. Gateway is located next to the Post Office and across from Blountstown High School. Pastor Roger King invites you to enjoy this this event with us. Fall festival will be held at HillcrestThis Saturday, November 6, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Hillcrest Baptist Church will be having their annual Fall Festival. We encourage the entire family to come and have an evening of fun and fellowship. There will food, games, and hayrides for all to enjoy. At 7 p.m. we will have a bonfire complete with smores. Yum!! Come praise the Lord during this beautiful time of year! We are located on CR 274 five miles west of Shelton's Corner. See you on Saturday!St. Paul AME in revival Nov. 8-10The Anointed Energetic St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church invites everyone to come and share in their Blessed and Spirit filled Fall Revival November 8, 9, & 10, beginning at 7:00 p.m. The guest evangelist will be Rev. Hayward Anderson of Birmingham, Al. Come and share with us. God has a blessing for you. The church is located at 16076 SE River St. and the pastor is Rev. Calvin Griffin, Sr.Fashion show will be held at St. MarySTEPPING OUT!!! Fashion-N-Show to benefit St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church Youth Department will be held Saturday, December 11th, at 6:00 p.m. at Blountstown High School Auditorium. For more information contact Crystal Engram at 674-3485, Yaminah Ivory at 850-447-3104 or Shikira Mosley. Rev. Dr. C.L. Wilson is Pastor.Stand Up For Jesus in Marianna Nov. 6STAND UP FOR JESUS presented by The Bobby & Nita Gospel Ministry will be held at the City Park in downtown Marianna on Saturday, November 6, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. There will be old fashion street preaching from the old fashion King James Bible. Bring your lawn chairs and fellowship around your picnic lunch. For more information, call 850-6634554.The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 5 5 EnergyForLife FloridaPublicUtilitiesrecently“ledforaproposedratedecrease withtheFloridaPublicServiceCommission(FPSC).Subjecttothe FPSCsapproval,residentialpowerratesforourcustomerswillbe lowereverymonthbeginningJanuary2011.Residentialcustomers usinglessthan1,000kWhamonthwillexperiencea3.14% decreaseandthoseusinganadditional1,000kWhpermonth willexperiencea2.89%decrease. Wearecontinuingtoworkwithourpowersuppliertolower purchasepowercosts.Wealsoofferconservationrebates, programsandtipstohelpcustomerslikeyousave. 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P C R Located Inside B&B Electronics 19872 SR 20 W Blountstown, FL (850)674-3711 Brand New Net books NEW 7” Mini Netbook With 1 Year Warranty, WIFI and Windows CE  Processor Type: WMT ARM-WM8505 CPU Processor Clock Speed: 300 M MHz  Processor/Manufacute r: WM  Processor Model: VIAARM BT8500  RAM/Technology: DRAM  RAM Installed Size: 128 MB  Display Diagnonal Size: 7” TFT HD  Max Resolution: 800x480  Display Technology: TFT  Graphics Type: Integrated Graphics Only $150.99 Great Christmas Gifts for All Ages  Storage a n d Expa n sio n  Hard Drive Type: NAND Fast Flash  Hard Drive Capacity: 2GB  Hard Drive Spindle Speed: NAND Fast Flash  PCMCIA Expansion: 1xSD Card slot  Netwoking/Data Link Protocol: Fash Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g Performa n ce “Some of the most unique and creative works of art ever shown in Jackson County are on exhibit at the 6th Annual Sunday Afternoon with the Arts at Chipola Arts Center on Sunday, November 7 from 1 to 4 pm,” according to the exhibit chairperson, Debra Pelc Menacof. With nearly 65 artists from as far away as Cottonwood, Arizona, Dothan, Alabama, Panama City and Tallahassee the exhibit has captured the interest of professional and amateur artists from across the region and country. Some of the artists with work in the show are college students, some are known locally, and others work as professional artists. Calhoun County author, Darlene V. Earhart, and artists, Deborah Mazerac, Alison Slongo and Tamaria Joyner have work exhibited in this year’s show. DEBBIE MAZERAC Debbie Mazerac has always enjoyed being a little artistic in her spare time. She has been taking art with Mrs. Tamaria Joyner for six years. While she is not drawing, she works at the Calhoun County Senior Citizens office. Out of the many things that she has drawn, Debbie’s favorites are of animals, from donkeys to wolves. One could say that she is an animal person, and in addition to her drawing them, she owns three dogs. Overall, Debbie just loves drawing and the relaxation that it brings her. ALISON SLONGO Alison Slongo has been taking art class for six years with Mrs. Tammy Joyner. Ever since she was very young, she has enjoyed drawing pictures. She is now a student at Chipola, majoring in Physical Therapy. Alison has drawn quite a few pieces, and she doesn’t have a definite favorite type of subject to draw. She does, however, love trees and how they make her pictures look when she includes them. Although she doesn’t always have the time, she really loves every chance she gets of spending time drawing at Mrs. J’s art class. TAMARIA JOYNER Dr. Tamaria Joyner and her husband Dr. Paul Joyner have been a resident of Blountstown for 17 years. They purchased the old Blair house located on the corner of Veterans and Sherry Ave. A studio was added in 2001 which became Joy School where Mrs. Joyner has taught art, piano, and voice; and has operated a tutorial service for students of all ages and grade levels. Tamaria holds doctoral degrees in education and music. She has been an educator in schools in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina for 40 years. She has taught college prep classes and has had the opportunity to teach art, music and drama, building choirs, ensembles, choral groups, etc. in every school in which she has had the privilege to teach. She has been listed in WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICA'S TEACHERS twice, and was voted teacher of the year. Dr. Joyner has served as a visual art instructor for VSA of Florida--starting her third year--teaching students that would normally not have the opportunity to experience art. Currently, Dr. Joyner has the privilege of teaching art at the Liberty County High School in Bristol. This year’s exhibit features more three dimensional art than previous years and requires a special display area for sculpture and other three dimensional items. Ceramic stoneware depicting African wildlife hand thrown, sculpted, and painted by Joshua “Ben” King, a graduate of Sneads High School, now living in Marianna is included in the exhibit. King and his family lived and worked in South Africa as missionaries for ten years where he became known as the “Pilgrim Potter.” He traveled with his potter’s wheel into villages, schools, and open markets and used his pottery creations to communicate the Gospel. King will be on hand during the Artists Reception to demonstrating his ceramic techniques. Other artists with three dimensional works in the show include Claude Reese, Maurice Fox, Debra Pelc Menacof, Robert Paradis, Dawn Prietz and Joel Scilley. Former Marianna resident, Jim Hayes shipped in three pieces of his work from his home in Cottonwood, Arizona. Many long term residents of Marianna grew up with Hayes and will recognize his work. Literature and visual art are combined in several displays as the written word is presented by author Darlene V. Earhart. Co-authors, Judy D. Brooten and Rachel M. Christopher are exhibiting their newly published book, The History of the First Presbyterian Church, Marianna, Florida 1835 2010, in a shadowbox featuring some of the historic photographs of the church. One of the most creative literary presentations is by watercolor artist, L. Steven Spak and author, Margena B. Myrick. Spak illustrated Myrick’s book filled with wonderful lessons learned growing up. Their display chronicles the path from sketch, to painting to a published, illustrated book. In addition to these literary displays, author Dale Cox will be at the Artists Reception to discuss his numerous books about the area. Painted canvas and paper stretch throughout the art center this year, as many artists chose to paint bigger, bolder, and brighter. Brilliant florals, whimsical creatures and intriguing contemporary designs delight the eye through the exhibit. On a more somber note, thought provoking sketches and drawings challenge the intellect while handsome drawings in charcoal and pen and ink capture scenes along the Chipola River or depict favorite places in the Panhandle, such as Sam Carnley’s pen and ink drawing of Two Egg, Florida and Marian Oswald’s watercolor of the old store in Two Egg. The variety of art coupled with the chance to watch artists demonstrating their techniques make this annual event an excellent outing for the entire family. Karen Roland, Chipley, will ask visitors to join her in painting a huge mural, Sam Carnley, Bascom, will teach the art of drawing in pen and ink and Michele Tabor Kimbrough, Marianna, will show how to apply watercolor to your newly created pen and ink drawing. Nancy Zurenda, Marianna, will demonstrate how to do needle felting, Jerry Whitson, Chipley will be painting outdoors in plein air and Dawn Prietz, Marianna, will be at her potter’s wheel. “We are fortunate to have Anita Pizza to play the piano for the reception again this year. Ms. Pizza is an internationally renowned pianist, who now lives in Marianna, and she is a gracious supporter of the arts throughout the region,” stated Menacof. Volunteers from through out the community work behind the scenes to make this annual event a reality. Members of the Chipola Regional Arts Association and The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida, Inc. will be at the reception to greet visitors and answer questions along with many exhibiting artists. Joanne Hester will once again have a pleasing array of refreshments for the reception. “Joan Stadsklev, the Director of the Fine and Performing Arts Department at Chipola College is a driving force behind this event. Without her support, and that of the college, Sunday Afternoon with the Arts would not be possible,” added Menacof. The Artists Reception at Chipola Arts Center is a free event on November 7 from 1 to 4 pm. It is a free event and everyone throughout the region is invited to attend. In addition to refreshments and live music visitors will have the opportunity to win a variety of door prizes including the grand prize of a beautiful piece of framed art donated by John Brewer Studios. The exhibit can be viewed Monday through Friday during regular college hours from November 1 to 12. Individuals and groups who would like to view the exhibit but cannot attend the public reception can see it by contacting the Fine Arts Department at Chipola college at 850-7182277. The fall exhibit and Sunday Afternoon with the Arts is co-sponsored by The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida, Inc., the Chipola Regional Arts Association and Chipola College. Alison SlongoDebbie MazeracWorks of three local artists featured in exhibit at ChipolaBlountstown Main Street’s dinner theatre production planned for Saturday, Nov. 13, is being postponed until spring. There was a scheduling conflict with one of the guests of honor and it was agreed that it would be best to delay the production until a later date. Stay tuned for details on the show date that will be announced very soon. Main Street dinner theatre is postponed Church News D D e e a a d d l l i i n n e e M M o o n n d d a a y y N N o o o o n nThe Stewart family would like to thank this community for all the thoughts and prayers during our mother’s illness and death. She cherished this community and her church. To all of her family at the First Pentecostal Church in Blountstown, there aren’t enough words to express what you have all meant to her and to us. We will ALL miss her dearly. Thanks and Love, The Elma Stewart family Message of Thanks Need A Rubber Stamp? 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Members of the Blountstown High School Class of 1960 gathered at the W.T. Neal Civic Center Saturday night for a 50 year reunion. Among those attending were(front row, from left) Hazel Cook Johnson, Mary Lou Holley Richter, Johnnie Davis, Mike Tucker, Perry McFarland, Lucille Sutton Henson, Doug Goodman, (second row) Rita Barbee Myers, Janie Bailey Boyd, Anna Lou Comerford Suggs, Wanda Smalley, Patsy Capps Savage, Billy Joe Hand, Chris Nissley, (third row) Linda Montford Whitfield, Mildred Cawthorn Shepperd, Betty Ann Kearce Montford, Barbara Whitehead Anderson, Glenda Coward Bozeman, Earl Montgomery, (fourth row) Sherry Montford Redd, Connie McCroan Carpenter, Charlie Montford, Nelia Thagard Peacock, Larry Barbee, Jack Green, Sandra Halley Sellers, (back row) Elton Headings, Park Trammell, Pat Pelt Hodge, Jake Bailey, Laura Terry, Wendell Ayers, David White, and Clarence Sellers. Several teachers also stopped by for the reunion and Ms. Jessie Mae Price was honored with a special treat: a cake for her 91st birthday! Pictured at right are (from left) Mike Tucker, Mary Lou Holley Richter, Jessie Mae Price, John Tomlinson, Park Trammell, Kay Weed, and Jeanette Bailey.Centennial Bank hosted a reception for Blountstown and Bristol on Tuesday night, October 26, at the W T Neal Civic Center. A crowd of over 200 attended the event, opened by local banker Vicki Montford, Vice President. Mr. John Allison, Chairman of the Board of Home Bancshares, parent company of Centennial, presented information about how the bank has expanded in Florida over the past eight months. With no presence in the Florida Panhandle before July, Allison reported Centennial branches now stretched from Panama City to Tallahassee and many points in between, including two in Blountstown and one in Bristol. Coastal Community and Bayside were acquired in July and most recently Wakulla Bank became part of Centennial earlier this month. Centennial has always maintained a very strong capital position as well as a strong loan loss reserve. The bank just recently announced record third quarter earnings. “We are very excited to be in the these markets as you are very similar to our Arkansas communities,” Allison commented during the presentation. “You will see us active, supporting schools, local events, and our bankers volunteering just as Wakulla has done in the past.”The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 6 6 Centennial representatives shown at last Tuesday night's reception include (from left) Vicki Montford, Vice President, Tracy French who is Florida Regional President, John Allison who is Chair of Centennial Banks, and Hugh Black of the Bristol branch. John Allison, Chair of Centennial Banks, speaks to the crowd at the reception. We’ve Got Tires for All Seasons...  TRUCKS  CARS  HEAVY EQUIPMENT See Us For Professional  Wheel Balancing  Oil Changes & More Hw. 20 West, Blountstown, FL 850-674-8784 MV#5496 JACKSON FARM NO W O PE N U-PI CK T OMA T O E S PEPPE RS Bring Your Own Bucket Shady Grove Road, Grand Ridge O pen 7 Days A W eek  C all 592 5579 Bring Your O wn Bucket BHS Class of 1960 hosts 50 year reunion Community members meet bank officials at Centennial reception Rep. Marti Coley honored by Panhandle Library CoopThe Panhandle Public Library Cooperative and the Florida Library Association recently presented Representative Marti Coley with a plaque of appreciation. PPLCS has struggled for public library funding since its founding in 1992. However, this past year was critical and the upcoming legislative year promises to be just as challenging. When confronted with the impact that the proposed elimination of State Aid to Libraries would have on the libraries in District 7, she took action. Long after other legislators had gone back home, Representative Coley remained at the Capitol fighting to restore funding for all rural libraries in Florida. She was present in virtually every meeting between the House and Senate budget Chiefs. Many thanks to Rep. Coley for her efforts! Blountstown Chapter No. 179 of the Order of the Eastern Star wants to thank the many vendors who have responded to display their wares at Christmas on the Square December 4th. Vendors may check in from 6:30 am central time through 9 am. There are still some slots available. Call Eileen at 643-2610, Margie at 674-8610, or Lana at 6744638 to have a vendor application sent to you. We are all looking forward to some busy Christmas shopping while having fun and sampling good eats!Christmas on the Square set for Saturday, Dec. 4Suella McMillan will give a presentation at the Blountstown Public Library November 13th on works of ART she produced while her husband, Philip, was a soldier in Iraq. Her pieces are very dimensional with images literally coming off the surface. Included will be photos, discussions, and light refreshments. This FREE evening begins in the Heritage Room at 6:30 p.m. and is planned as an adult event. Come experience the healing power of art.McMillan to share art at library Nov. 13Hosford School will be holding it’s annual Veteran’s Day program on Wednesday, Nov. 10, at 10:30 a.m. ET. All area veterans are invited to come to the school for a musical program and luncheon in their honor. Come to the cafeteria at 10:30 for the program. Lunch will follow.Veterans invited to lunch, program at Hosford School

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 7 7 Lady Tigers runners up in district, make the playoffs The Blountstown Lady Tigers battled it out at the district 2, Class 2A tournament in Sneads last week. After defeating Bozeman in three sets in the first round Tuesday, the stage was set for a battle with Sneads for the title on Thursday. The Tigers fell short, 18-25, 1425, 15-25. As runners up in the district, BHS advanced to the regional quarterfinals against Baker Tuesday (details unavailable at press time). Sneads was set to face Pensacola Christian. The winners of these games will meet in the semifinals so it could be another BHS v. Sneads rematch. Stay tuned! AUTO SALES, INC. 19984 Central Ave. W  In Front of Alco Don’t Search All Over... Just Call the GROVERS 850-237-2424 or 850-899-0979 2008 Mazda 3 Sliding Sun Roof $11,900 2009 Chrysler Sebring...$9,995 2009 Chev HHR Lt...$10,995 2010 Chev Impala...$13,900 2008 Hyunda Tuscon...$11,900 2009 Mitsubishi Galant...$10,980 3 DAYS ONLY NOV. 4-56 D o n’t Miss It!stand on the grounds of the Altha Town Hall. In addition The Jerry Alan Sellers Memorial Scholarship will be dedicated. It will be awarded to an Altha High School graduate annually in perpetuity. American Legion Post 272 of Blountstown has committed to raising the funds to perpetuate the scholarship. Pledges and donations will be accepted from all who wish to contribute to the education of an Altha High School graduates through this fund. For information concerning pledges or contributions contact Wes Johnston at 850-762-9620, the treasurer and scholarship fund custodian for American Legion Post 272 Full military honors will be rendered for the services by American Legion Post 272 of Blountstown with assistance from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12010 of Bristol. All requests for information concerning these activities should be directed to the Altha Town Hall, 850762-8983.Sellers cont'd Blountstown High School is hosting a Veterans’ Day program in the BHS auditorium on Thursday, Nov. 11, at 1 p.m. There will be special music and a video presentation. All veterans and their families are invited to attend. A reception will follow. Please help us celebrate the brave men and women of our armed services by joining us for this program. If you have any questions concerning the program please call 674-5724 and ask for Samantha Taylor or Sharon Leonard-McCrone or e-mail to sleonardmc crone@gmail.comVeterans invited to BHS program, reception Nov. 11BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News EditorThe Altha Lady Wildcats are in the playoffs after being named district runners up. Altha hosted the district 2, Class 1A tournament last week. They defeated R.F. Munroe in the first round, 13-25, 25-21, 25-18, 2521. Christy Simmons pulled down eight kills, offered four blocks, and had three aces. Cortney Harris brought in nine kills and provided 13 assists. Aerial Folsom added five kills and 12 assists. Sharlyn Smith had eight digs and Angela Waldron contributed three blocks. The Cats were defeated by John Paul IIin the final round of district play. Simmons led the Cats with 10 kills. Altha was set to take on Rocky Bayou Christian School Tuesday in the regional quarterfinals (details unavailable at press time). Lady Cats District 2 Class 1Arunners upThe Tigers are selling Cherokee satsumas in time for the holidays. The fruit is sold in a 2/5 bushel box which is approximately 20 pounds for $20 per box. The satsuma is a mandarin that is very sweet, low in acid, and is almost seedless. It has a lightly attached skin that can be peeled by anyone including small children. The satsuma mandarin is making a re-appearance in the Florida panhandle. Jackson County was once known as the “Satsuma Capital of the World.” Call BHS at 674-5724 to place your order.Tigers are selling Cherokee satsumas; call BHS to order

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To the Editor: When I was going to school, a popular teacher was one who gave little or no homework, made tests easy, and generally tried to be our friend. As an adult, the teachers I remember are those who taught me, regardless of how unpopular it made him or her. In my 13 years at Blountstown schools, I recall the faces (and most names) of all my teachers. But Mr. Hanna and Ms. Hayes, my 6th grade teachers, are among the few that I now value and remember with clarity and gratitude. Mr. Hanna, I'm sure I'm not the only one to say 'thank you' for teaching me the multiples of 7. Fizzbuzz was a creative way to teach a difficult topic. I can picture all of us 6th graders lined up around the walls of the pod, being eliminated one by one for saying (or not) 'fizz', 'buzz', or 'fizzbuzz' on the correct digits. Until your guidance, math was fun for me, but it didn't hold much interest. You added the spark that stimulated my success in math and eventually lead me into a career as a successful computer programmer. Thank you for your recollections and for making a difference in my life. Rusty Wyrick 6th grade, 1974-75 To the Editor, Two years ago, after spending 33 years first as a law enforcement officer, then as an attorney, I was flattered when newly elected State Attorney Glenn Hess asked me to supervise his offices in Calhoun and Gulf counties. I was given one mandate, “Treat everyone fairly and do the right thing.” I have done my best to live up to that mandate. I knew before I arrived that there were wonderful people here. I just didn’t know how wonderful. I cannot begin to express the gratitude Ifeel toward all of those who made me feel at home here (and helped prevent me from screwing up too badly). I have special thanks for all of the courthouse personnel, including the judges and their assistants, the bailiffs, court reporter, those in the clerk’s office and all of the other offices here, including the maintenance staff. I appreciated the efforts of law enforcement and for the ethical, professional, and zealous representation provided by the Public Defender’s Office. Of course, then there is the staff at the State Attorney’s Office who are now more family than employees. The efforts of all these agencies work together to insure that everyone has a fair shake in our judicial system. Most of all, I’d like to thank the citizens of Calhoun and Gulf counties. Every place I have gone I have been greeted with courtesy and warmth. Occasionally, folks have questions and concerns, and usually listen and understand when I explain the conflicts and limitations we deal with in the judicial process. I am most impressed that even when people disagree, folks around here will rally when someone is hurt or in need. Well, after these two years, I have been reassigned to help train our young attorneys in Bay County. Once again, I am flattered to have been asked to take such an important assignment (and hope that Idon’t screw it up). However, it is terribly hard to leave here. I promise to visit often and I will miss all of you. Thank you again. Respectfully, Bob Pell Assistant State Attorney To the Editor: When we think of healthcare breakthroughs, we usually think of new surgical procedures or miracle drugs, not hospice care. Hospice’s story, however, is unique and remarkable. In just over three decades, hospice has quietly revolutionized the way people die in America by honoring wishes and bringing peace, dignity and comfort to millions of patients and families. Hospice focuses on palliative measures rather than curative. One of the principles that make hospice care unique is that the patient and family is one unit of care. November is National Hospice Month a time when we at Emerald Coast Hospice honor our patients and families, and recognize the contributions of professionals and volunteers who provide hospice care. Emerald Coast Hospice provides direct care, support and education to the residents in our community to ensure comfort, dignity and choice during lifethreatening illness or the transition of dying. When patients and families choose hospice, they receive care unlike any other. The hospice team treats pain and symptoms with aggressive medical care and eases the emotional and spiritual suffering of patients, families and loved ones. At Emerald Coast Hospice our mission is to provide compassionate end-of-life care for patients and families through clinical excellence and uncompromising service. This November please remember the hospice professionals and volunteers who are making a difference every day in the lives of our community’s terminally ill and their families. They truly are the heart and soul of hospice. Ronni Bowen RN Account Executive To the Editor, In October, the Department of Health and Human Services closed its "comment period" for the new regional health insurance exchanges -a major component of the Obama health reforms. As state officials implement their plans, they should strive to ensure that these exchanges don't crowd out free market insurance mechanisms. While the options available on these exchanges will work well for many people, a substantial slice of the patient population will find them unsuitable. Preserving a vibrant private insurance market in addition to the exchanges will maximize choice and enable people to find the insurance plan that best fits their particular needs. When the President said that people who are happy with their insurance "can keep it," we should keep him to his word. Choice is crucial. The thinking behind the exchanges is sound. Large employers can negotiate good health insurance rates because they have a big workforce to spread risk. Individuals and small businesses don't have that advantage, and therefore they end up paying significantly higher rates than their larger counterparts. Exchanges will help level the playing field. Participating insurers will offer a standard set of plans that must conform to specific government standards. Groups of people that typically have difficulty finding affordable insurance, including the selfemployed, unemployed, and smaller firms, can buy the standard plans through the exchange. In this way, these groups can pool their purchasing power and get lower rates. The federal government will also provide subsidies for lower income consumers. Exchanges go live in 2014. If a state hasn't started the process of establishing one by 2013, the federal government will take over the responsibility and run the exchange itself. The healthcare law imposes an array of legal requirements on insurers that participate in the exchanges. Insurers must include a package of to-bedefined "essential" benefits in all plans offered. Insurers are also prohibited from charging deductibles exceeding $2,000 for individuals and $4,000 for families. The exchanges only require insurers to offer two types of coverage. "Silver" plans covering 70 percent of all medical costs. And "Gold" plans covering 80 percent. Many consumers will benefit from these newfound choices. But not everyone will find them suitable. There are people who will want even more expansive coverage, say a "Platinum" plan covering 90 percent of costs. And there will be patients who want to risk higher out-ofpocket expenses for lower upfront charges, and are happy with a "Bronze" plan covering just 60 percent of costs. And still there are other demographic groups who won't find any of these options ideal. The young and healthy typical don't require much medical care, and just want catastrophic coverage in case of an emergency. As is, the exchanges aren't required to offer these other options. And the federally mandated minimum benefits effectively prohibit the exchanges from offering cheap, stripped-down plans. Healthcare coverage isn't one-size-fits-all. There needs to be an insurance market outside the government exchanges to ensure people with unique plan preferences can get the coverage they want. The new insurance exchanges will reduce the number of uninsured, and should decrease the price of coverage for many patients. But policymakers and private healthcare stakeholders need to work together to ensure that the exchanges don't become the only way to get health insurance. The more options patients have, the more likely they are to get the coverage that best fits their individual medical needs and financial means. Peter Pitts President, Center for Medicine in the Public Interest peter.pitts@cmpi.orgThe County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 8 8 BlountstownMiddle School NewsThe cast of OKLAHOMA! includes (front row) Donavan Ebersole, Heather Yoder, Bryce Davis, (middle row) Emily Childress, Sarah Liffick, Jenny Lytle, and (back row) Colby Mullins, Walker Strawn, and James Spurling. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE OF LAND CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on a proposal to Amend and/or Repeal a Special Exception for a Conditional Use of Land for a Mud Bog Pit and a Drag Strip Racing Facility in an Agricultural Land Use Area. The proposed use is located on approximately 80 acres of land South of County Road 274, in Sections 9, Township 1 North Range 11 West. The Agricultural Land Use Category allows 1 residential unit per 10 acres with limited agricultural based commercial development, outdoor recreational uses and limited neighborhood commercial development. The Calhoun County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the proposed Conditional Use on WEDNESDAY, November 10, 2010, at 5:00 P.M. in the Courthouse Annex, Commission Meeting Room to consider recommendations to the Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners regarding the proposed development. The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing to consider Amendment or Repeal of the Development Order on WEDNESDAY, November 10, 2010, Immediately following the Planning meeting. in the Commission Meeting Room. A copy of the development application may be inspected by the public at the Office of the Calhoun County Clerk of Court. Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will need a record of these proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 2010 Oklahoma! Blountstown Middle School presents Thursday, Nov. 18th at the BHS Auditorium Show time is 6:30 p.m. Admission is $3.00 students and $5.00 adults. Directors Janet Edewaard and Angel Spurling invite the community to come and experience one of Rodgers & Hammerstein's greatest collaborations! Musical Blountstown Middle School presents Rodgers & Hammerstein’s OKLAHOMA! Set in a Western Indian territory just after the turn of the last century, the high spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colorful background against which Curley, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their rollicking courtship. Although the path to true love seldom runs smooth, with these two headstrong characters holding the reins, love’s journey is as bumpy as a surrey ride down a country road. That they will succeed in make a new life together we have no doubt, and that this new life will begin in a brand-new stat provides the ultimate climax to the triumphant OKLAHOMA. OKLAHOMA! will be presented on Thursday November 18th at the BHS Auditorium. Show time is 6:30 p.m. Admission is $3 students and $5 adults. Directors Janet Edewaard and Angel Spurling invite the community to come and experience one of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s greatest collaborations! SAC Meeting The School Advisory Council will meet on Thursday, November 11, at 3:00 PM, in the BMS Media Center. All council members are urged to attend.BMS chorus to present Oklahoma!'; SAC meeting set for November 11 G G o o t t N N e e w w s s ? ?E E m m a a i i l l u u s s !n n e e w w s s @ @ t t h h e e c c o o u u n n t t y y r r e e c c o o r r d d . n n e e t t Letters to the Editor SPEAK UP!Write a letter to the editor Deadline Monday Noon

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, Page 9 Altha School NewsBook Fair Nov. 8-12; Cats' Cuisine serving November 11 BlountstownElementary School NewsBY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News EditorFour Blountstown High School FFA members stood on a stage in Indiana just over a week ago and accepted an award for being the best farm business management team in the nation. Back home, community members who pulled together to help get them there were beaming with pride. The story of how Harlea Perdue, Travis Pittman, Stewart Herndon, and Blake McGraw wound up with the top prize would give even the grittiest cynic a tear in the corner of their eye. Over the summer, Blountstown’s state winning team knew they needed to prepare for nationals. School officials were interviewing for a new agriculture teacher so they were on their own for the time being. Karis Smith, who serves as FFA President at BHS, knew the team couldn’t wait until someone was hired to get competition ready. She dialed Robert Wiltse, a former teacher who hadn’t stepped foot in an agriculture classroom in 25 years, and asked him to help. His initial thought? “I can’t do this. I struggled with it,” he recalls, “And I said, ‘Well, you eat an elephant one bite at a time.’” When Wiltse spread out some old national tests to see what was involved in the competition, he was overwhelmed to say the least. There were 190 different areas the team needed to study. He knew he needed to pull in more people and that’s when the community effort was launched. “I went to local banks and got Verena Nix at the Credit Union who agreed to help them,” says Wiltse. “She spent three hours with them on financial statements. Kay Pittman at Bank of America explained investment analysis with them for two or three hours. They spent a couple hours with Frank Stone at the Coop in Altha understanding how cooperatives work and the practical side to agriculture. I took them to Oglesby Plants International and they spent two hours going through and understanding the process of what Oglesby does, mainly management and marketing. Steve “Beaver” Yoder took the kids out to his farm and went through cattle and different crops. Then they went up to Wesselhoeft’s Dairy. Accountant Bud Guilford worked with them on understanding farming tax laws and depreciation. Terry Stone at the Property Appraiser’s Office worked with them on understanding legal descriptions on property and figuring out how many acres people own.” Next stop was the Calhoun County Extension Office where Extension Agent Whitney Cherry helped the team reach experts around the nation. “Polycom is a little machine in the Extension Office,” Wiltse explains. That little machine connected the students with professors at three universities. “It was just like talking face to face with them,” says Wiltse. Every Monday afternoon for several weeks, the business management team had three hour sessions at the Polycom machine getting an extensive economics education. Dr. Walter Prevatt of the University of Auburn taught them how to use the futures market to learn how to trade cattle. Dr. Alex White at Virginia Tech explained how to utilize financial statements. Dr. Michael Gunderson from the University of Florida gave lessons in budgets and making sound business decisions. “It was fourth year college economics,” Wiltse remarks. The dedication by everyone involved was evident. The business management team spent four hours on Mondays, two hours on Tuesday and two hours on Thursdays studying with Wiltse and community volunteers. “Then I would give them a test that would take at least that much time to do and bring back to me,” says Wiltse, who contacted Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Kansas to exchange state tests so the BHS students could know what their competition knew. During the last three weeks before the trip to Indiana, students would spend at least three hours on weekends taking national tests nine years worth before it was over. “We’d meet on Monday, go on Polycom and if they had questions about anything on the tests they could ask a professor.” After devoting countless hours to helping the students prepare, the professors who had spoken to them online for weeks were blown away. “Wow! Simply, wow! These students are really set to go,” Dr. Gunderson told Wiltse. “Their level of knowledge of supply and demand far exceeded any expectations that I had. They are more well prepared to answer those questions than many of our freshmen would be after having taken introduction to agricultural economics.” When they arrived in Indiana, new BHS Ag teacher Joanna Everett, BHS Vice Principal Debbie Williams, Assistant Superintendent Vicki Davis, School Board Member Kelly King, and FFA President Karis Smith helped them study the night before competition. Back home, folks were on pins and needles until the results were announced. Wiltse was traveling with his job when he got the call about the win. He pulled off the road to get the news and admits he got a little teary eyed when he heard they’d captured the national championship. As he says, “This community came together and they didn’t let what they couldn’t do get in the way of what they could do.” The BHS farm business management team reacts after learning they've won first place in the nation at the FFA Convention in Indianapolis.Community pulls together to help ag team bring home title"They didn't let what they couldn't do get in the way of what they could do."-Robert Wiltse Scholastic Book Fair Altha School will host a Scholastic Book Fair on November 8 12 in the media center. Families, teachers, and the community are invited to attend the fair, which will feature the theme: “Reading Saves the Day!” Hours for the fair will be 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily. On Tuesday, November 9, there will be a special Family Event from 3 6 p.m. The event will include refreshments, diner contests, and time to browse at the fair. On Friday, November 12, a Book Fair Breakfast will be served in the media center from 7 – 7:30 a.m. for parents and grandparents who would like to come browse the book fair with their child. Look for your special invitation that will be sent home with your child this week. The book fair will offer specially priced books and educational products, including new releases, award-winning titles, children’s classics, interactive software, current bestsellers, and books for parents from more than 150 publishers. As always, our Scholastic Book Fair promises to be a great event for literacy. Cats' Cuisine The Institute of Culinary Arts invites the public to Cats' Cuisine on Thursday, November 11. The menu for this Cat’s Cuisine is Rolled Pork Loin with Apple Pecan Stuffing, Cornbread dressing with gravy, Apple Cranberry Relish, Brussel Sprouts, Yeast rolls, and Pumpkin Cheese Cake. All of our meals our served with your choice of Sweet or UnSweet Tea and seating times are 11:40 and 12:30. Reservations can be made by calling the school. Please reserve by Tuesday, November 9. The price is $6. Calendar November 3rd – Elementary Honor Assembly at 8 am; High School Honor Assembly at 9 am; Chipola Career Day November 4th – Cross Country Districts at Maclay, 2 pm; Middle School Basketball Game at Tolar, 3 pm November 8 12 -Book Fair November 8th – Middle School Basketball Game vs. Wewa at 4:15 pm November 9th -Book Fair, Family Event, 3 6 pm November 11th – Veterans’ Day Assembly, 10 am; Cat’s Cuisine; Middle School Basketball Game vs. Port St. Joe at 4 pm November 12th Book Fair Breakfast, 7 7:30 am; FCCLA Districts at Marianna BlountstownHigh School NewsSWAT News The BHS SWAT Club sponsored a motivational assembly last Monday, kicking off Red Ribbon Week. The Power Unlimited Strength Ministry Team made a very impressive visit to the BHS campus. Three brawny, muscle bound men captivated the student body as they demonstrated their feats of strength by rolling up frying pans, bending steel bars, tearing through a 1000+ page phone book with their bare hands and producing a human helicopter with two students, an iron rod, and one hefty strong man spinning them around. Also, on stage was the motivational speaker Mrs. Jennifer Beckam, and though she did not participate in any of the strength feats, she mightily spoke to each student encouraging them to stay tobacco and drug free. The students were certainly captivated and entertained. BHS 11th grader Megan Layfield says, “They were cool, they had a lot of spirit and were motivating!” and Seniors Sam Hurtado and James Roney both agreed that the Strength Team was impressive and inspirational! BHS SAC meeting Blountstown High School will hold a School Advisory Council meeting on Monday, November 8, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. in the Media Center. The agenda will be on the BHS website www.blountstownhigh.org. The public is invited to attend. Calendar of Events Wednesday, Nov. 3rd, FCA Huddle in the Auditorium @7:30a.m.; Career Fair in Marianna for Seniors Thursday, Nov. 4th, Herff Jones taking graduation orders, 8:00-1:00 Friday, Nov. 5th, Senior Portrait and School Day Picture Retakes; Varsity Football, Away at Liberty County @ 6:30 Tuesday, Nov. 9th, Girls Basketball Tip-Off @ Popular Springs Wednesday, Nov. 10th, FCA Huddle in the Auditorium @7:30a.m. The Power Unlimited Strength Ministry Team wowed BHS students.Power Unlimited Strength team visits; SAC meeting November 8 Carr School NewsCarr fall festival costume winnersCarr School held its annual Fall Festival Friday, October 29. As part of the activities, some students participated in the costume contest. Classroom winners in grades PreK-5 are (sitting, from left) PreK-Cole Charles. KA-Carly McWaters, KBLacey Pace, 1A-Morgan Cole, 1B-Morgan McDougald, 2A-Hannah Pitts, and 2BSummer Stone; (standing) 3A-Tessa Tucker, 3B-Logan Spaziante, 4A-Caitlyn Hurst, 4B-Tommy Todd, 5A-Katrina Johnson, and 5B-Taylor Terry. Congratulations to these students!Third graders present We Haz Jazz'On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, the 3rd graders presented the play "We Haz Jazz". They introduced the audience to jazz music as well as many of the great jazz musicians. We met Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and many more. Congratulations to the 3rd grade students on a great performance.

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SHIRLEY WOODARD BATEMAN Shirley Woodard Bateman, 74, of Graceville and formerly of Bristol, passed away Saturday, October 30, 2010, at her home. She was a member of Lake Mystic Baptist Church in Bristol. She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert H. and Carrie (Sapp) Woodard. Survivors include her husband, Ross H. Bateman, of Graceville; two sons, Jonathan R. Bateman and his wife, Maryellen, of Bakersfield, California, and Joel R. Bateman and his wife, Virginia, of Delphos, Ohio; four grandchildren, Justin of Bakersfield, Bret, Alisha and Amy of Delphos, Ohio; a brother, Robert Othell Woodard, of Marietta, Georgia; and sisters, Alma Sanders and Thelma Deason, of Bristol, and Cassandra Revell of Zeblin, Georgia. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. ET, Thursday, November 4, from the Lake Mystic Baptist Church in Bristol with Reverend Tommy Sumner and Reverend Garland Jones officiating. Interment will follow in Lake Mystic Cemetery. The family will receive friends 6:00-8:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 3, at Adams Funeral Home in Bristol. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Covenant Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St, Marianna, 32446 Adams Funeral Home in Bristol is in charge of the arrangements (ph. 6435410 or online at www.adamsfh.com). MINAS FRANGOULIS Minas Frangoulis, 75, of Bristol, passed away Saturday, October 30, 2010, in Blountstown. He was a member of Bristol United Methodist Church and was a retired photographer. Minas worked for years capturing images of people and places of Calhoun and Liberty County. He was a life time member of the Florida Professional Photographers where he served as President from 1999-2000. He was preceded in death by his parents, Angelo and Stella (Karistis) Frangoulis. Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Nancy; two daughters, Julie McCluskey and her husband, Ron, of Panama City and Christine “Chris” Peacock and her husband, Joey, of Altha; two stepdaughters, Vicki Watts and her husband, Chuck, of Laurel, Maryland, and Linda Haines of Bristol; 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; a brother, Gus Frangoulis, and sisters, Penny Jenkins and Joanna Savaas. A memorial service will be held at 4:00 PM ET Sunday, November 7, from the Bristol United Methodist Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Minas Frangoulis Scholarship Fund at any Centennial Bank (formerly Wakulla Bank) location. Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements (ph. 674-5449 or online at www.adamsfh.com). FRANCIS MAXWELL HARRELL Mr. Francis Maxwell Harrell, 89, of Bristol, FL, passed away Tuesday morning, October 26, 2010, in Tallahassee. Maxwell was born on November 27, 1920. He was the youngest of 11 children of Jakez and Catherene Harrell. He grew up in Bristol and graduated from the Liberty County High School, Draughon School of Commerce in Atlanta, GA, and the University of Georgia in Athens, GA. While in high school, he became the President of the Student Body, the President of the Senior Class, the President of the Athletic Association, the Future Farmers of America, the President of the 4-H Club. He lived in several cities during his business career: Jacksonville, FL, Miami, FL, Atlanta, GA (5 times), Birmingham, AL, Mobile, AL, LaGrange, GA, and Panama City, FL (2 times). While he lived in LaGrange, GA, he became president of the south’s largest Bible class (125 members). In Vidalia, GA, he became a member of the Elk’s Club and in LaGrange he became a member of the Lions Club. In college, he became secretary of the Alpha Kappa Phi business fraternity. Maxwell always wanted to remember the people he knew and grew up with. He and his wife initiated funds for the Maxwell and Evelyn Harrell Library in Bristol. Maxwell was known as a young man in his teens helping elderly people with their correspondence, gardening, and solving problems of every day life. The Liberty County Clerk of the Court allowed him to type all legal records deeds, mortgages, etc. for the Court House record books when he was only 16 years of age. He had always been an avid hunter and fisherman in addition to playing golf 35 years. He made a holein-one golf shot for which Cadillac Automotive gave him a gold putter. He then accomplished another holein-one on the same hole he made the first one on. He excelled in handling real estate for his company. They kept him on secret missions in Tampa, FL, New Orleans, LA, Nashville, TN, Augusta GA, Savannah, GA and Miami, FL in order to return business lost to competitors. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 3, at 11:00 am (EDT) at the Bristol United Methodist Church with Reverend John Jackson officiating. Entombment will follow at Bristol Cemetery. All arrangements are under the direction of Marlon Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown (ph. 6742266). TONY NEIL HATCHER Tony Neil Hatcher, 62, of Altha, passed away Tuesday, October 26, 2010, at his home. He was a retired lawyer and a U. S. Army and Marine veteran who served during the Vietnam conflict. He was preceded in death by his parents, George Tony and Helen (Carter) Hatcher. He is survived by his daughter, Angela Bateman, of Lillian, Alabama; a grandson, Harrison Bateman; and a brother, Robert Hatcher, of Marietta, Georgia. Memorialization will be by cremation. Services will be held in Barrancas National Cemetery at a later date. Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements (ph. 674-5449 or online at www.adamsfh.com). JAMES BOONE MERCER James Boone Mercer, 77, of Chattahoochee, passed away Friday, October 29, 2010, at his home. He was born in Hosford and had lived many years in Liberty County before moving to Chattahoochee in 2005. He was a veteran of the Korean Conflict serving in the US Air Force. He was an air traffic controller in Miami and Tallahassee for twenty-seven years and earned a BS Degree in Criminology at Florida State University when he was fifty-five years old. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Lion’s Club, Woodmen of the World and also a Mason. He was preceded in death by his parents, Boone and Leona (Bass) Mercer. He is survived by his wife, Margie; three daughters, Tammy Ramsey and her husband, Jimbo, of Homestead, Florida; Sheilah Gowan and her husband, Dickie, of Telogia; and Kay Gates of Pensacola; grandchildren, Michael, Josh, Marcus, Chelsea, Wade, Jessica, Bailey and Susan; one great-grandchild, Braden; and a sister, Margaret Shores of Ruskin, Florida. A graveside service will be held at 10:00 a.m. ET, Wednesday, November 3, at Hosford Cemetery with full military honors. Memorial contributions may be made to Covenant Hospice, 1545 Raymond Diehl Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32308. Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements (ph. 643-5410 or online at www.adamsfh.com). JOHN ASTER MILLER Mr. John Aster Miller, 92, of Clarksville, FL, passed away Thursday, October 28, 2010, in Marianna, FL. Aster was born on March 20, 1918 in Covington County, Alabama, and had lived in Calhoun County since 1936. Aster was a veteran of WWII serving in theThe County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 1 1 0 0 Church DirectoryFor 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 BlountstownFirst Baptist Church Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ Blountstown First Assembly of God Churc h 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 For information on listing your church in this directory, please contact The County Record at 674-5041. 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 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...11:00 AM Telephone: 674-8254 Email: btownumc@yahoo.com St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church 850-674-4482 Fax: 850-674-4483 We welcome you to worship with us a s we follow the te a chings of Christ. If you would like to le a rn more a bout the C a tholic f a ith, cont a ct F r. Chuck Collins, 447--0 9 34 S und a y M a ss 1 0:30 a .m. S p a nish 6:00 p.m. 2 nd & 4 th week ADAMS FUNER A L HO M E 674-5449 643-5410 www.adamsfh.com A Thought to Remember Tim Adams Funeral Director How do you feel about preplanning? Do you think its a wise idea?...Have you ever taken 10 or 15 minutes to talk about what you would or would not want for your funeral?...Have you ever had to make arrangements for a loved one?...If there had been a death in the family yesterday, what do you think youd be doing today? The benefits of a preplanned funeral are the protection it gives your family as well as the peace of mind it gives you, knowing that everything will be taken care of according to your wishes. Decide on preplanningƒfor your familys sake. Bristol Dental Clinic DENTURE LAB on PREMISES Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines Laban Bontrager, DMD Monica Bontrager, DMD FAMILY DENTISTRY 12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321 TELEP HO NE : (850)643-5417 O O B B I I T T U U A A R R I I E E S SSee O O B B I I T T U U A A R R I I E E S S page 11

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 1 1 1 1 O O B B I I T T U U A A R R I I E E S S(John Aster Miller obituary continued) United States Army. He was a member of Dixie Lodge # 109 F&AM, a member of Blountstown Chapter # 179 Order of Easter Star, a member of the Scottish Rite Bodies, a member of the Shaddai Shrine Temple and a member of Woodman of World. Aster was a member of the Travelers Rest Freewill Baptist Church in Clarksville. Survivors include four sons, Johnny M. Miller and his wife, Sonja, of Altha, Wilbur Miller and his wife, Linda, of Lynn Haven, Don Miller and his wife, Mary Lou, of Clarksville, and Glenn Miller and his wife, Neva, of Clarksville; one daughter, Jeris Pitts, and her husband, Mike, of Greenville, SC; one brother, Ulysses Miller, of Clarksville; three sisters, Sabra Pierce, of Frost Proof, Varis Blackmon of Chipley, and Marie Cutchin of Wewahitchka; nine grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 30, at 11:00 am (CDT) at Travelers Rest Freewill Baptist Church in Clarksville with Reverend Shawn Williams and Reverend Marvin Nichols officiating. Interment will follow in the Travelers Rest Cemetery. The family request in lieu of flowers contribution may be made to the Travelers Rest Freewill Baptist Church, 19573 NW SR 73, Clarksville, FL 32430 or to the Shaddai Shrine Temple Transportation Fund, 1101W. 19th St., Panama City, FL 32405. All arrangements are under the direction of Marlon Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown (674-2266). NILS ANDREW (ANDY) MILLERGREN Mr. Nils Andrew (Andy) Millergren, 53, of Wewahitchka, FL, passed away Friday, October 29, 2010. Andy was born on November 7, 1956, in Panama City, FL, and had lived in Wewahitchka for most of his life. He worked for the Department of Correction for one year and was a paramedic for 30 years. Andy served in the United States Army and a member of the First United Methodist Church in Wewahitchka. Survivors include his mother, Hazel Millergren, of Wewahitchka; his wife, Sue Millergren, of Tarpon Springs, FL; one son, Nils Millergren, of Tarpon Springs; one daughter, Carol Ann Millergren, of Tarpon Springs; one brother, Cliff Millergren, of Wewahitchka; two sisters, Terri Knowles and her husband, Tony, of Wewahitchka, and Cherlyn McNamara of Brewton, AL. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 3, at 2:00 pm (CDT) at the First United Methodist Church in Wewahitchka with Reverend Ted Spencer and Reverend Joey Smith officiating. Interment will follow in the Jehu Cemetery in Wewahitchka. All arrangements are under the direction of Marlon Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown (ph. 6742266). PATRICIA MAE POYET Patricia Mae Poyet (Pat), 79, of Clearwater, Florida, and formerly of Blountstown, passed away peacefully Monday, November 1, 2010, after a long battle with cancer. Pat was born August 2, 1931, in Jamestown, New York, and moved to St. Petersburg, Florida, with her parents and brother in 1941 to escape the harsh Northern winters. She married Donald A. Poyet in 1949 and they remained in the St. Petersburg/Clearwater area, raising their daughters, until their retirement in 1984. Retirement brought them to the warmth and friendship of Blountstown, Florida. Their church home became the First Baptist Church where Pat taught Sunday school, was part of the baptism committee, and volunteered at the church library and church office. As an accomplished seamstress, she enjoyed assisting the choir with robes and any sewing needs for church special events. Until illness prevented her from doing so, Pat also volunteered as a docent for the historic ‘Pioneer Settlement’ in Blountstown. One of her greatest joys was giving a tour, especially to children, to show and talk about the rich heritage of the area. She touched so many in so many special ways. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Anthony Poyet, and her parents, Robert Oscar and Irene Lola (Comstock) Johnson. She is survived by daughters, Jan Ashworth and her husband, Roger, of Haines City, Florida, and Michelle Swann and husband, Stuart, of Clearwater; seven grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren; a brother, William E. Johnson, of Largo, Florida, and numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held 2:00 p.m., Thursday, November 4, at Pine Memorial Cemetery near Blountstown with Reverend David Throckmorton officiating. The family will receive friends 6:00-8:00 p.m., Wednesday at Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown. In lieu of flowers, the family, in honoring her wishes, requests that memorial donations be made to the Florida Baptist Children’s Home, 2300 Bartram Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32207, or to First Baptist Church for the Florida Baptist Children’s Home. The church address is 17091 S. Main Street, Blountstown, Florida 32424. Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements (ph. 674-5449 or online at www.adamsfh.com). ELMA STEWART Elma Stewart, 87, of Blountstown, passed away Wednesday, October 27, 2010, in Tallahassee. She was a member of Blountstown First Pentecostal Holiness Church where she was active in the Ladies Auxiliary. She was also a member of the St. Andrew Bay Quilters Guild, Inc. She worked as Cafeteria Supervisor for Blountstown High School and Blountstown Elementary School for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Paul Stewart; her parents, Samuel and Mary Bell (Minton) Harvell; and two brothers, Vander Lee Harvell and Bradley Harvell. She is survived by four sons, Michael Stewart and his wife, Linda, of Tampa, Florida, Kenny Stewart and his wife, Jackie, of Mt. Dora, Florida, Garnett Stewart of Tallahassee, Florida, and Donald Stewart and his wife, Louise, of Chiefland, Florida; four grandchildren, Tony Stewart, Jack Stewart, Joey Montgomery, and Dr. Sarah Stewart-Spencer; five great-grandchildren; and one sister, Selma Guthrie, of Keaton Beach, Florida. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m., Saturday, October 30, at Blountstown First Pentecostal Holiness Church. Interment followed in Pine Memorial Cemetery. Adams Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements (ph. 6745449 or online at www.adamsfh.com). KURT WALTER ZEISSLER Mr. Kurt Walter Zeissler, 47, of Blountstown, FL (Scotts Ferry Community), passed away Monday night, October 25, 2010, at his home. Kurt was born on April 3, 1963, in Hollywood, FL, and had lived in Calhoun County for most of his life. He was a heavy equipment painter and attended the Abe Springs Pentecostal Holiness Church in the Abe Springs Community. Survivors include his wife, Sandy Zeissler, of Blountstown (Scotts Ferry Community); one son, Aaron Charles Zeissler of Blountstown (Scotts Ferry Community); three daughters, Hillery Zeissler Klotz and her husband, Kenneth Wayne, of Blountstown, Heather Zeissler and Jennifer Roush, both of Panama City; two sisters, Joy Cohen and her husband, Loren, of North Lauderdale, FL; Erma Ward and her husband, Clinton, of Ft. Gay, WV; two grandchildren, Laona Zeissler and Colby Sloan; and a very special niece, Mandy Kemp. Funeral services were held Thursday, October 28, at 2:00 pm (CDT) at Peavy Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Michael Morris officiating. Interment followed in the Williams Memorial Cemetery in Scotts Ferry. All arrangements were under the direction of Marlon Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown (ph. 6742266). Legal NoticeR U T H W A T T A W A Y C L E R K O F C I R C U I T C O U R T 2 0 8 5 9 C E N T R A L A V E N U E E A S T B L O U N T S T O W N F L O R I D A 3 2 4 2 4 N O T I C E O F A P P L I C A T I O N F O R T A X D E E D NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Denzel Dockery is the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon.The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows; CERTIFICATE NO.394, YEAR OF ISSUANCE 2003 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Parcel # R-171N-10-0000-0004-0000 East 1/2 Northwest 1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 17, Township 1 North, Range 10 West, Comprising a total to Twenty acres, more or less, situated in Calhoun County, Florida. NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED Russel Davey 5237 Topanga Canyon Blvd. Woodland Hills, CA 91364 Said property being in the County of CALHOUN, STATE OF FLORIDA.Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be SOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse door on December 2, 2010 At 10:00 A.M.CST. By;Robie Bennett Deputy Clerk RUTH W.ATTAWAY Clerk of Circuit Court of Calhoun County, FloridaLegal NoticeR U T H W A T T A W A Y C L E R K O F C I R C U I T C O U R T 2 0 8 5 9 C E N T R A L A V E N U E E A S T B L O U N T S T O W N F L O R I D A 3 2 4 2 4 N O T I C E O F A P P L I C A T I O N F O R T A X D E E D NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Denzel Dockery is the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon.The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows; CERTIFICATE NO.533, YEAR OF ISSUANCE 2003 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Parcel # 11-1N11-0560-0008-0200 LTS 2-3 IN BLK 8 OF The Lake Mckenzie Homes Subdivision NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED Garnet Laird 706 W.Washington St. Quince, Fl 32351 Said property being in the County of CALHOUN, STATE OF FLORIDA.Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be SOLD to the highest bidder at the Courthouse door on December 2, 2010 At 10:00 A.M.CST. By;Robie Bennett Deputy Clerk RUTH W.ATTAWAY Clerk of Circuit Court of Calhoun County, FloridaLegal NoticeI N T H E C I R C U I T C O U R T O F T H E 1 4 T H J U D I C I A L C I R C U I T I N A N D F O R C A L H O U N C O U N T Y F L O R I D A G E N E R A L J U R I S D I C T I O N D I V I S I O N CASE NO:07-2009-CA-000346 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P., F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP PLAINTIFF, -vsMICHAEL SILCOX, ET AL., DEFENDANT(S) N O T I C E O F A C T I O N C O N S T R U C T I V E S E R V I C E TO:MICHAEL SILCOX whose residence is unknown if he/she/ they be living;and if he/she they be dead, the unknown defendants who may be spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, and all parties claiming an interest by, through, under or against the Defendants, who are not known to be dead or alive, and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest to the property described in the mortgage being foreclosed herein. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to foreclosure a mortgage on the following property: BEGIN AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF NORTHEAST QUARTER, SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 8 WEST: THENCE NORTH 8837’16”WEST 417.44 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT: THENCE SOUTH 0051’46”WEST 626.13 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 0051’46” WEST 129.44 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF PARCEL 7 FOR POINT OF BEGINNING:THENCE NORTH 883’09” WEST 570.69 FEET, TO CONCRETE MONUMENT ON THE EAST RIGHT WAY OF A STREET:THENCE NORTH 0023’56”EAST 175 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT:THENCE SOUTH 8837’09”EAST 572.11 FEET, TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT:THENCE SOUTH 0041’46”WEST 174.98 FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING (ALSO DESCRIBED AS PARCEL 7) LYING AND BEGINNING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 8 WEST, CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH A 2002 FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDE;VIN#.GAFL134A74932AV21 AND GAFL134B74932-AV21 has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any to it on DAVID J.STERN, ESQ.Plaintiff’s attorney, whose address is 900 South Pine Island Road #400, Plantation, FL 33324-3920 on or before November 19, 2010, (no later than 30 days from the date of the first publication of this notice action) and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiff’s attorney or immediately thereafter;otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition filed herein. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court at CALHOUN County, Florida, this 21st day of October, 2010. RUTH W.ATTAWAY Clerk of the Circuit CourtLegal NoticeI N T H E C I R C U I T C O U R T F O R C A L H O U N C O U N T Y F L O R I D A P R O B A T E D I V I S I O N File No.2010-47 PR In Re:Estate of: FREDERIC JESSE PETTY,a/k/a FRED J. PETTY, and a/k/a FRED PETTY, Deceased. N O T I C E T O C R E D I T O R S The administration of the Estate of Frederic Jesse Petty, a/k/a Fred J.Petty, and a/k/a Fred Petty, deceased, whose date of death was September 19, 2010, and whose Social Security Number is 34026-0468, is pending in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number 2010-47 PR, the address of which is 20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130, Blountstown, Florida 32424. The name and address of the personal representative and the personal representative’s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate on whom a copy of this notice has been served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is November 3, 2010. Personal Representative: s/James Edward Petty JAMES EDWARD PETTY 450 Newhaven Drive Suwanee, Georgia 30024 Attorney for Personal Representative: s/Frank E.Bondurant FRANK E.BONDURANT Florida Bar No:0520330 BONDURANT AND FUQUA, P.A. 4450 Lafayette Street Post Office Box 1508 Marianna, Florida 32447 (850) 526-2263Legal NoticeI N T H E C I R C U I T C O U R T O F T H E F O U R T E E N T H J U D I C I A L C I R C U I T I N A N D F O R C A L H O U N C O U N T Y F L O R I D A CIVIC ACTION CASE NO.:07-2010-CA-000308 WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, Plaintiff, -vsGEORGE HAMMES, et al, Defendant(s) N O T I C E O F A C T I O N TO; GEORGE HAMMES LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 17014 HARRY G.MCCLELLAN ROAD NW BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424 CURRENT ADDRESS:UNKNOWN ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH UNDER, AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:UNKNOWN CURRENT ADDRESS:UNKNOWN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in CALHOUN County, Florida: COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT MARKING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH RANGE 8 WEST, CALHOUN COUNTY FLORIDA AND RUN THENCE SOUTH 30 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 49 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 188.93 FEET TO THE NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY OF STATE ROAD NO.20 (100 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY);THENCE NORTH 54 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 11 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY A DISTANCE OF 1403.96 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVE TO THE RIGHT; THENCE NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY AND SAID CURVE WITH A RADIUS OF 5779.58 FEET THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 06 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 37 SECONDS FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF 644.95 FEET ( THE CHORD OF SAID ARC BEING NORTH 57 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 644.61 FEET) TO THE WESTERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY OF HARRY G.MCCLELLAN ROAD;THENCE 00 DEGREES 26 MINUTES 36 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID WESTERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 1420.08 FEET TO AN IRON ROD (LS5024) AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING.FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 13 MINUTES 35 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 317.93 FEET TO AN IRON RID (LS5024);THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 37 MINUTES 11 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 210.00 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT ON THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 31;THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 13 MINUTES 35 SECONDS EAST SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY A DISTANCE OF 318.58 FEET TO AN IRON ROD (LSS 4889) ON THE AFORESAID WESTERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 26 MINUTES 36 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID WESTERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 210.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses within 30 days after the first publication, if any, on Florida Default Law Group, P.L., Plaintiff’s attorney, whose address is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the original with this Court either before service on Plaintiff’s attorney or immediately thereafter;otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint or petition. This notice shall be published each week for two consecutive weeks in The County Record. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on this 26th day of October, 2010. RUTH W.ATTAWAY CLERK OF THE COURTLegal NoticeN O T I C E PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTES 193.122 (2) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 2009 AD VALOREM TAX ROLL FOR CALHOUN COUNTY WAS CERTIFIED TO THE TAX COLLECTOR ON OCTOBER 20, 2010. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING The Board of Commissioners of the Northwest Florida Regional Housing Authority will hold a Special Meeting, November 16, 2010, at the Holiday Inn & Suites, 2725 Graves Road, Tallhassee, Florida. Meeting will begin at 1:00 p.m. E.S.T. The meeting will be open to the public. S S U U B B S S C C R R I I B B E E T T O O D D A A Y Y ! P P e e t t o o f f t t h h e e W W e e e e k kThis week's pet awaiting adoption is Buddy. He is a Jack Russell Terrier/Dachshund mix, is medium-sized and is about 2 years old. You can meet Buddy at the Partners for Pets shelter at 4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna. It is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., and on Saturday, 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. For more information, you may call 482-4570 or visit www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com Cheryl Cataldo of Blountstown recently cut her hair for a great cause. Cheryl trimmed off 10 and a half inches to donate to Locks of Love, an organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis. For more about this organization, go to www.locksoflove.org

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 1 1 2 2 BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR SPECIAL RATES ON THESE SPACES CALL 674-5041 Heating, Air Conditioning & Insulation Serving This Area For 31 Years Full Time Office and Sales Department 20567 NW Depot Avenue BLOUNTSTOWN, FL W W W H H H A A A L L L E E E Y Y Y850-674-4777 Lic.#RM0044558Well Drilling Mike Purvis, Owner LICENSED DRILLERS SALES & REPAIRS 674-8942 CAPPS AND REFRIGERATION Sales and Service of All Types Heating & A/C Units, Ice Machines & Cold Storage HWY. 20 WEST -BLOUNTSTOWN, FLA............. 674-8538 George White, Owner/Operator CERTIFIED MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR CMC1249448 € #ER0002898 € #MV-21777 GOODMAN MANITOWOC Ice Machines HOSHIZAKI Ice Machines SERVING THIS AREA SINCE 1962 WHITE'S AIR CONDITIONING, INC "No Job Too Big or Small" CONCRETE WORK LANDSCAPING PRESSURE CLEANING CERAMIC TILE SEAMLESS GUTTERS PAINTING SCREEN ENCLOSURES 850-674-8092 Cell: 573-0616 Williams Home ImprovementsServing Calhoun County Since 1990 NO MONEY UP FRONT PAY UPON COMPLETION HONEST DEPENDABLE FREE ESTIMATES Res. Contractor Lic. #RR282811560 Roofing Contractor Lic. #29027247 W W E E ' V V E E G G O O T T Y Y O O U U C C O O V V E E R R E E D D ! 850-674-8092 Cell: 573-0616Williams Home Improvements NO MONEY UP FRONT PAY UPON COMPLETION HONEST DEPENDABLE FREE ESTIMATES ROOFINGPROFESSIONALS Res. Contractor Lic. #RR282811560 Roofing Contractor Lic. #29027247 ACME APPLIANCE REPAIR Reasonable Rates/Friendly Service Warranty Service On GE € Hotpoint € Fridgidaire € Whirlpool € Maytag 850-639-2225 Office 850-348-0351 Alltel Cell www.acmeappliancerepair.com McPherson Pest Control Howard Boyd, Sales & Service 7979 Shady Grove Road, Grand Ridge, FL 32424 Cell: 850-447-1507 Home: 850-237-1338 mcpherson@wfca.net Across from Wakulla Bank in Downtown Blountstown  674-1988 Open Monday Saturday 5 AM Noon Connie's Kitchen ACME APPLIANCE REPAIR Reasonable Rates/Friendly Service Warranty Service On GE € Hotpoint € Fridgidaire € Whirlpool € Maytag 850-639-2225 Office 850-348-0351 Alltel Cell www.acmeappliancerepair.com Auto Sales, Inc. 19984 Central Ave. West, Blountstown, FL 850-237-2424 Cell 850-899-0979 Fax 850-237-2433 James and Sherry Grover Portable Buidings Carolina Carports BHRC provides goodie bags to pre-k kidsResidents at Blountstown Health and Rehabilitation Center had some special surprises for pre-k students at Blountstown Elementary School last week. The little ones each received trick-or-treat goodie bags. Blountstown Health & Rehabilitation's ggoal is to involve the residents with the classroom settings during the holidays. Altha XC Competes In GainesvilleThe Altha Cross Country team traveled to mGainesville, Florida this past weekend where they competed in "The Last Chance 5K" Invitational sponsored by Buchholz High School. The school awarded medals to the top 35 finishers. The Altha Cross Country teams did very well! In the Girls division, all five girl runners for Altha medaled and three of the girls set a personal record (PR). Mary Sewell came in 2nd place, Kimi Wiltse placed 11th, Sharlyn Smith placed 16th (PR), Carly Schwartz placed 17th (PR), and Madison Rowe placed 30th (PR). In the boys division Altha had one boy to medal, Tyler Hamilton placing 27th. The race was held at Santa Fe Community College. Both coaches commented how proud they were of the kids behavior and the tremendous effort that both teams put forth on race day. Altha will travel to Maclay School on Thursday to compete at the District Meet. The girls team will compete at 2:00 pm cst and the boys team will compete at 3:00 pm cst. Shown are (from left) Mary Sewell, Carly Schwartz, Sharlyn Smith, Tyler Hamilton, Kimi Wiltse, and Madison Rowe.

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A A u u c c t t i i o o n n PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, November 20, 2010 8:00 a.m.CT Hwy.231 N. Campbellton, FL (2) Local Farm Dispersal’s, (2) Estates, Bank Repos, W.Fla.Electric, Contractor, City, County, Plus Consignments Mason Auction & Sales LLC #AU642 850-263-0473 Office 850-258-7652 Chad 850-849-0792 Gerald www.masonauction.comB B o o a a t t s s & & M M o o t t o o r r s s 9.9 Evinrude electric motor with electric start, good condition, $600.Call 762-8185. 17 ft.Bass Tracker boat with 48 HP Evinrude motor. Has new tires on trailer, am/fm radio, running lights, Eagle Fish Finder, new steering cable, $2500 firm. Call 674-1262.F F o o r r R R e e n n t t 2 bedroom trailers for rent. Garbage service, laundrymat available.Call 6744011 after 5:00 p.m. 2 bedroom mobile homes for rent in Bristol, near Tolar School.Call 674-8317 or 643-7569. Small 2 bedroom, 1 bath house, new laminate flooring, very nice house, no pets.1 mile north Hwy.69. $500 month/ $500 deposit. Call 674-5059 or 447-3331. RV trailers for rent. Furnished water, electricity, lawn service, garbage, mail service, and laundrymat service available.$85.00 $100.00 weekly.Couples or singles only.NO pets.Call 674-4011. Mobile home, 1 & 2 bedroom on John F.Bailey Road, SR 20 W, Blountstown.$100 to $145 weekly.Deposit required. All utilities included.NO PETS.Also RV for rent. Call 674-7616 or 850-2146203, leave message and will return call.Closed Sunday’s & Monday’s. 2 bedroom mobile home in Blountstown, Sam Atkins Park area.No pets, no smoking.$385 month/ $300 deposit.Call 643-6373. Two bedroom, two bath mobile home for rent located six miles north of Blountstown on Hwy.69 North.Water, sewer, and grass mowing provided. Deposit required.No pets. Call 674-8888. RENT TO OWN CONTRACTS FOR SALE $50,000 FOR BOTH CURRENT VALUE is $65K paying 12% and 8% interest. Both occupied for over a year.Payment collect each month for both is $1150 net to owner of note. Occupants pay taxes and Insurance yearly.Call 850762-8185 or 850-447-2025.F F o o r r S S a a l l e e 20”flat screen computer, paid $700, sell for $300; new 12’mullet net, $100; Lincoln welder with shield, like new, $100.Call 76209629. Computer desk, oak color, shelves and drawer, $50. Call 447-1531. 8 pc.Kimberly Grant crib set for baby boy, excellent condition, $50.Call 4471129. Great Experience CD Bible set, brand new, paid $100, asking $50.Call 447-1129. Strapless wedding gown, size 2, preserved in box, $200 OBO.Call 447-1531, ask for Lori.Call 447-1531. Kenmore side by side refrigerator freezer, $150 OBO.Call 447-1531. (3) pair western chaps, black in color, good condition, very reasonable.Call 762-8778. Oak dining room table with 6 chairs, excellent condition, $400;air hockey game, $425.Call 643-7104. Over 400 board feet of heart pine lumber torn out of a 75 year old house. Boards are about 10 inches wide and most are 11 feet long.Good lumber.Price is negotiable.Call 674-8276 and leave message if no one answers. 200 amp power poles, used, three to choose from, $175 each.Call 762-8185. 3-piece leather sleeper sectional sofa, ivory, Lshape, approx.109”x 98” (it’s big), in very nice shape, integrated recliner.Need to sell! $200.OBO.2371421. Bowflex Extreme, like new, barely used, all accessories, asking $495.Call 6743312. Entertainment center, modern style, light wood w/color glass doors, well taken care of, fits in back of suv, $25.Call 762-3881. Rough cut cedar for sale, call Bill at 276-9747. Horse cart, sturdy, handmade, does not get weathered, $350.Call 850-6943032. White leather couch with recliners on both ends;dining room table with 3 chairs. Call 899-0802 for details. Nice electric lift recliner, $200;electric hospital bed, $200;wheelchair, $50; bronze sleigh bed frame, $100.Call 237-1684.J J o o b b O O p p e e n n i i n n g g Hiring Locally This Week Liberty National Life Insurance Company Full Training Provided Potential of $60K+ Annually.401K, BCBS Insurance & Pension for those who Qualify.Call1-800-257-5500to set up an interview.L L o o s s t t MISSING/LOST Danny the Donkey.Last seen on Hwy.12 North in Bristol.1 1/2 year old standard Jack, gray/brown. Granddaughters donkey. Call 643-7409. Boston Terrier missing since last Thursday in vicinity of Lambert St.7 month old, answers to Pretty Boy. Cal 899-5388.No collar.P P e e t t s s f f o o r r S S a a l l e e Tiny T-cup Chihuahuas, precious balls of fluff.Call 674-3532 or 545-5732. Approximate 2 and 1/2 foot ball python for sale.Makes a great pet with low maintenance.Asking $75 OBO. Comes with cage.Call 1334-618-0274 or 674-8368 for more information.E-mail cabrock@fairpoint.net for picture.R R e e a a l l E E s s t t a a t t e e Waterfront property Dead Lakes, Cypress Point Subdivision, Lot #5, 1 acre. Subject to legally recorded restricted covenants.Call 850-229-6284 before 10:15 ET or 850-866-8567.leave message. 24 lots left in subdivision in Altha for sale.Current appraisal of over 400K. Sacrifice for $180K.Call 850-762-8185.Y Y a a r r d d S S a a l l e e Multi family yard sale Saturday, November 6, 8:00 12:30 at Shelton Park, 1/4 mile south of Hwy.274.Arts and crafts, bake sale, Christmas goodies, clothes, and misc.items.Call 7625414. Movie sale Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am until at 25213 N.Main St., Altha. Signs posted. Multi-family garage sale Saturday, 8 am 2 pm at 20332 NE Finlay Ave., house behind hospital.No early birds please.Metal desk, floor lamps, microwave, irons, coffee maker, toaster, household goods, adult clothes, all sizes. Multi-family yard sale Saturday, 8 am until 12 noon at Hwy.287 in Clarksville. Clothes, toys, game system and many other items, Call 850-258-3719. Huge garage sale Saturday, at 20673 NE County Road 69A, 7 am until.Furniture, household items, dishes, kitchen items, beds, clothing, lots of other stuff.Call 674-1201. We cleaned the closets and workshops and gathered the surplus! Come to our yard sale Saturday, 8 am until at 17595 NE Pear St, Blountstown near Blountstown Elementary School.We have games, books, toys, kitchen supplies, home decor, dishes, clothing, plants etc.Also lot of building supplies, door units, ceiling fans, dining room lights, 6’sliding glass door, jetted bath tub, 3 4x6 mirrors and more! Church yard sale at St. Francis Catholic Church, 16498 SW Gaskin St., Blountstown on Saturday, 7 am to 1 pm. Yard sale Saturday, 8 am until on Hanna Tower Road in Altha off Hwy.71.Don’t miss this sale.Something for everyone. Yard sale in Blountstown on Saturday, starting at 7 pm.Men, women, boy clothes, wedding dress, and mic.items.Go 2 miles past Flanders Auto Wholesale on Hwy.20 West and turn onto Willard Smith Rd, 3rd house on left.Look for signs. Cancel is rain.Call 6742182. Yard sale Saturday, 8 am until at 17526 Jane St., across from Big Bend, second house on the left. Women, men and toddler boy clothing, crib, and bedding, twin bedding set, double stroller, car seat and more. Multi-family indoor yard sale Saturday, 7 am until 1 pm on Hwy.71 north, left on Ashley Shiver Rd., then left on Annie Grantham Rd. Follow signs.10”Rockwell table saw with 42”saw guide and joiner.10”radial arm saw, lots of power and hand tools.All metal military trailer for jeeps.Plus size women’s clothing and shoes, dining room table, too many items to list. Multi-Family Yard Sale Saturday 7-til.20263 SW Magnolia Ave.behind Burger King.With infant to adult clothing, toys, household items, seasonal items. Yard sale Saturday, Nov.6 starting at 7AM at Trailer City 18946 Hwy.71 North, Blountstown. The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, P P a a g g e e 1 1 3 3 Deadline Monday Noon  FAX: 674-5008  Phone: 674-5041  E-mail: classifieds@thecountyrecord.net STUMP GRINDING Reasonable Rates Free Estimates Call Chris Nissley 674-8081 or Cell: 643-8561 ALL TYPESINSURANCEAUTO HOME LIFE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE For A Friendly Quote Call674-5333Vickery-O’BryanINSURANCE603 N. Main St., Blountstown, FL Heating & Air ConditioningFL LIC. # CMC1249570(850) 674-4777Whaley Whaley Driver Trainees Needed Now at Werner Enterprises! Earn up to $700 per Week after training. Great Benefits! No Experience needed! Local 15-day CDL Training available With TDI 1-866-280-5309 AUCTION FARM EQUIPMENT S ATUR D A Y N OV EM B ER 13, 2010  8:30 AM /CS T 5476 F ort R d., Greenwood, F L W AT CH F O R T H E S I G N S CO N S I G NMENT S W E LCO ME JOH N S TAN L E Y (850) 594-5200  AU 044/ A B491 We Can Do Your Printing The County Record 20311 Central Ave. West, Blountstown, FL Between Hopkins and Badcock 850-674-5041 EVERYT H ING YOU NEED F OR YOUR WEDDING ENVE L O P E SP E C I AL NO 10 REGU LA R Wit h R eturn Address 500 ( 1 Bo x) ... $ 5 9 .75 1000 ( 2 Bo x es ) ... $ 74.68 2500 ( 1 Case ) ... $ 131. 9 4 Q UALITY RUBBER S TA M PS Need A Rubber Stamp? Place Your Order With Us For Fast Service at Reasonable Prices The County Record Between Hopkins and Badcock 674-5041 Summerlin Motors3905 W. Hwy. 90 in MariannaHAND-PICKED QUALITY CARS & TRUCKSToll Free: 1-888-740-8222Bus: (850) 526-5254 Res: (850) 762-3679SLOW CREDIT, NO PROBLEM! W.A.C BEST DEAL IN THE TRI-STATE AREA! Lot on Jane St. Blountstown C on v en i ent to H os pi tal S ch ools an d Gr o c e ry Sto r e $16 000 o r w i ll c ons id e r t r a d e C all..... JUSTIN TERRY P r o-Team Realt y Gr ou p, LL C (85 0 ) 6 74 3 00 2  (85 0 ) 6 43 61 25 O wne r h ol d s an a c t iv e F lo rid a Real Estate L ic ense Apalachicola River Lot in Liberty County G reat V ie w, Lan ds cape d Ex cellent Con d ition W ith 3 B e d roo m, 2 B ath M obile H o m e on 1.06 Acre s N e x t to Es ti ff anul g a B oat Lan d in g G reat G eta w ay Clo s e to T allaha ss ee $69,900 call 85 0 6 743002 P ro T ea m Realty G roup LLC M L S# 21 4 3 5 6

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 3, 2010, Page 14 Making This RightBeaches Claims CleanupEconomic Investment Environmental RestorationHealth and Safety Wildlife 2010 BP, E&PFor assistance, please call: To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858”oridagulfresponse.com For information visit: bp.comrestorethegulf.govfacebook.com/bpamerica twitter.com/bp_america youtube.com/bp My familys been “shing for eight generations. Its just a way of life. Thats why weve got to get this cleaned up.ŽPete Floyd Commercial Fisherman, Pascagoula, MississippiWhen the spill hit, a lot of people said it would be the end. BP said they would try to make this right. But how was an energy company going to help a “sherman? Putting People to Work The “rst thing they did was rent my boat and hire me to help with the cleanup. They made up my losses so I could pay my bills. And they worked with all kinds of people here from “shermen and shrimpers to restaurant owners. It helped us keep our businesses open. And it helped us make ends meet so we could support our families. Staying for the Long Haul When they capped the well in July and “nally killed it, we were all relieved. But would BP stick around? Well, they did. The beaches are clean and were back on the water “shing so things are getting a whole lot better. They are still here and have said they will keep working for as long as it takes. Getting Back to Normal BP asked me to share my story with you to keep you informed. If you still need help, please call 1-866-448-5816 or go to bp.com. If youre wondering what you can do, well … the next time youre shopping, buy a little Gulf seafood. There is none “ner.


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