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BY KELLI PEACOCK
Two employees of the
Apalachicola Forest. Youth
Camp where juvenile offenders
are held were arrested Sunday
for bringing drug-related items
on the facility's premises.
Michael Steven Matautia
and Zachary Adam Hatcher
were each charged with intro-
duction of contraband into a
S.According to the Liberty
County SherifftT's Office, a
deputy and K-9 cop were
asked by the camp's officials to
conduct, random free air sniffs
in the facility and parking lot.
The dog showed a positive
response at Matautia's truck.
A search'turned up a plastic
bag with marijuana and a pipe
with residue and the odor of
burnt marijuana. Hatcher, who
rode to work with Matautia,
claimed ownership of the mar-
ijuana. Matautia said the pipe
was his and had been used to
smoke pot in the past.
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CLERK OF COURT COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 5
Rulh W. AHaway,(D, Incumbent) . .. .. .4 .028 Harold E. Pickron (D) . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ......603
Willie D. Wise (R) . . . . . .. .......2144 Tommy S. Rushing (R) .. . ..... . . . . . . . . . .514
Michael 'Mike" Carpenter (NPA) . . . . . . .1046
Wm. G "Buddy' Smith (NPA) . . . . . . . .2194
David L. Tatum (D, Incumbent) . ., ,.... , .2980
Ken -Shep" Sheppard (R) .. . .. : . . ....2643
Becky Trickey Smiln (D) . . . . . .. . .3434
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Jimmy 'Jim' Marshall (NPA) ... . ......651
Tommy McClellan (NPA) . . . . .. . . . .3020
Mary Sue Neves (D, Incumbent) . .. ... .... 2470
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
Margie Laramore (D, Incumbent) . ... . . .1. .4662
Roy Pickron (R) . . . .. .1460
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 1
Cecil Ray Cochron (R). .,. ...... . . . . .352
Danny Ray Wise (D, Incumbent) . .... . .1124
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER, DISTRICT 1 (NONPARTISAN),
Danny Ryals .. . . , : . . . . . . . . . . ...843
Grant Williams (Incumbent) . . .619.
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER, DISTRICT 4 (NONPARTISAN)
Thaddeus J. Simmons . . .. .. ....... .285
Kenneth F. Speights . ...... . . . . . . . .....381
PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT (Calhoun Co. Results)
John McCain/Sarah Palin (R). . . . ..4330
Barack Obama/Joe Biden (D) . . . . . . .,181.1
STATE ATTORNEY (Calhoun Co. Results)
Glenn Hess (D) '.. . . . ,. . 3082
Steve Meadows (R, Incumbent) .... ..... .3006
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DIST. 2 (Co. Results)
- Allen Boyd (D, Incumbent) : ..... . . . . . .4305
Mark Mulligan (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1782
(FINAL RESULTS PENDING CANVASSING BOARD REVIEW Of APPX 20 PROVISIONAL
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A star studded cast of local
actors took folks 'Back to Jack's'
when they opened a four-night
run of the 3rd Annual
Blountstown Main Street Murder
Mystery Dinner Theatre Thursday
at the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement. At left, the gang looks
on while Deborah Hassig (as
Julie Leonard) challenges Danny
Ryals (as the Bristol guy) to a
race.The show continues this
weekend, but is sold out. For
more highlights, turn to page 3.
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SBY KELLI PEACOCK |
News Editor .
There will ..be some new
faces at the Calhoun County
'lTuesday's election. c
In the School
Superintendent's race, Tommy
McClellan, Who held the post
until four years ago, unseated
incumbent Mary Sue Neves,.
winning with 49% of the vote.
Neves had 40% and Jimny:
Marshall brought in 11%.
Becky Trickey Smith, who
defeated incumbent Doris
Burkett in the primary elec-
tion, is now the new tax collec-
tor. She captured 57% of the
vote over opponent Ken
Clerk ,, of Court Ruth
Attaway held, onto her post,
defeating former clerk. Willie
D. Wise with 65% of votes.
Sheriff David Tatum is set..
to begin a third term in
January after gaimng 48% of
the vote. Former sheriff Buddy
Smith brought in 35% and
political newcomer Michael
Carpenter had 17%.
Margie Laramore will also
remain in office as Supervisor
of Elections after defeating
Roy Pickron. Laramore won
with 76% of votes.
Danny Ray Wise (D) held
onto his district 1 spot on the
county commission. He-
brought in 76% of the vote to
defeat Republican Cecil Ray
Democrat Harold E.
Pickron is the new county com-
missioner for district 5. He
defeated Tammy S. Rushing'
with 54%'of the votes. Harold
Pickron will replace Beth
Pickron who was appointed to.
the seat after the death of'her
husband, Commissioner Jim
Pickron. She did not run for re-
The school board has a new
representative for district 1
after Danny Ryals defeated,
incumbent Grant Williams
with 58% of the vote.
Kenneth E Speights is the
new school board member for
district 4. He captured the win
over Thaideus J. Simmons
with 579% of the vote. The post
was previously held by Willie,
Brown who did not seek re-
A record number of voters -
6290 - turned out to-cast bal-
lots. That is 73% of the coun-
ty's 8647 registered voters, Of
that total, over 2100 went to
the. polls during early election
that ran through Saturday.
AUT THE MARKEIT
It was the perfect faloil day for the River Valley
SMarketplace held Saturday morning in downtown
Blountstown. The market, sponsored by Blountstown
AMain Street, is open the first Saturday of every month
from 8 a.m. to noon in the greenspace nextto Wakulla
Bank. Fresh produce, handmade crafts, and baked
goods are. always featured, along with entertainment.
This month, a group of ballerinas from the Liberty Music
& Drama Troupe presented a preview of their upcoming
performance of The Nutcracker (turn to page 4 for ticket
information). The next markel day is Saturday, Dec. 6.
Booth spaces. are free, but items must be made or
grown by the vendor. For more details, go to
, ,www.blountstownmainstreet.org or call 899-0500.
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 5, 2008, Page 2
Free food, fun Saturday at
I health fair and fall festival
Herndon selected as school
district's 'Sunshine Scholar'
* Max Herndon, a senior at
BIbuntstown High School, has
been selected to represent the
Calhoun County School District
for the 2008-2009 Sunshine
State Scholars Recognition
Program in Mathematics and.
The Sunshine State
Scholars Program was initiated
m Florida in 1997 to recognize
Excellence in mathematics and
science among high school sen-
ibrs. The selection process is
based on academic' competi-
tions and achievements, grade
point averages (GPA) in math
and science, and America
College Testing (ACT) scores.
ï¿½' Using the above criteria, a
district-level steering commit-
tee selected Max, of
Blountstown High School, to
represent Calhoun County
School District as Sunshine
BY RON GILLIARD
Let me give you some
updates on things going on at
your local hospital.
from 8 AM
- 2 PM.
We hope to
have a great RON GILLIARD
Bring your kids and grandkids.
There will be lots of free fun
things for them to do and you
can get lots of valuable medical
tests for free or a small fee.
There'll be inflatable rides
for the kids, free food, many
informational booths and just a
fua arid "healthy" time for all.
We'll conduct the tests inside
ev-en if the weather does not
cooperate. But we hope we
have a beautiful day and a great
"turnout. We also will be glad to
provide a tour of the hospital if
anyone wishes to do so. If
you've not seen it in awhile, you
might not recognize it!
We are so thankful, especial-
ly as we enter the Thanksgiving
and holiday season for the sev-
eral generous donations that
have been made to'the hospital
recently. As a not-for-profit
organization, all such gifts are
fully tax deductible to the
donor. And we're putting all of
them to good use to further
upgrade the hospital. Our next
big project will be to completely
*renovate our inpatient nursing
Several new pieces of equip-
ment will be arriving soon as
I've discussed before. Let me
update on you that also. We will
have a new machine for taking
x-ray films. Also, we will be get-
ting ,a .new.. portable, radiology
unit as~;wbl asa-state-of-thE art
ultrasound machine. It will
even be able to perform
echocardiograms and we are
considering establishing a clinic
to conduct these type tests.
We'll be getting new beds
also. And some will be the type
that can weigh the patient while
he or she is in it! We'll soon
install all new TVs in the inpa-
tient rooms to go along with a
new wide. screen TV in the
Our pharmacy services will
be greatly upgraded with an
automatic dispensing. unit to
,improve the safety and efficien-
cy of this critical function for our
inpatients. We recently
installed a similar one in the
Our new chapel, adopted by
the Chamber Board, will soon
be ready. They've done a great
'job and it is a nice, serene place
for all to worship or just medi-
tate. We give a big thanks to
We'll soon start on a new
registration area in the main
lobby. We've gotten really busy
and it can sometimes get pretty
crowded. This should help with
our patient flow.
And that flow seems to be
getting busier and busier!
September was the busiest
month since the Association got
the hospital back almost three
years ago. We averaged double
the number of inpatients we did
last year. 'And the outpatient
workload is increasing also. We
had over 700 patients seen in
the Emergency Room and-per-
formed'over 200 Cat Scans. So
things are really staying busy!
I often say, I don't want any-
one to be sick, but when they
are, we hope they will use us for
the services we provide. More
and more of you are doing so.
I'm receiving lots of compli-
ments on the hospital and more
importantly, the care we're pro-
viding. And most of those com-
pliments mention the courteous
and compassionate manner and
high quality of that care. We've
worked hard on this and it's
We have a great staff and
s'or .'j.%.uper doctors. All .are
vidual, working together es';A
super team! I'm very proud of
all of them and thankful for the
work they are doing. They are
all top notch!
And I honestly feel this is the
main reason more of you are
using us for your health care
needs. Updated rooms and new
equipment are nice, but the real
key is the care being provided
by these individuals.
So, we are on the move and
working hard to better serve
you. Hope to see you Saturday!
Give me a call if you' have
any questions, on the above or
on anything about the hospital
at 674-5411, ext 206.
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State Scholar. Regional compe-
tition will be held in January
and the state competition will
be held in March
Congratulations, Max, for
this outstanding honor!
Program on grief and holidays
will be offered at two locations
Gino Mayo, Chaplain and
'Bereavement Coordinator, and
Sherri Stone, Social Worker for
Emerald Coast Hospice .in
Marianna' will present the pro-
gram "Grief and the Holidays"
at the Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Center on Friday, Nov.
7, at 11 a.m. . and again at
Parthenon Healthcare of
Blountstown on Wednesday,
November 12th, at 2:00 pm.
The experience of grief can
be overwhelming during the
holidays when the loss of a
loved one is felt more intensely.
Holiday time can be very diffi-
cult for those still mourning the
loss of a loved one. This pro-
gram will assist you in celebrat-
ing the holidays and provide
tips to assist you in effectively
managing your grief.
Come spend an hour with us
and learn how to make the hol-
idays a special time for you and
your family. Call Gino Mayo,
hospice chaplain, at 850-526-
3577 for more information and
Red Hat True
The Red Hat Society - River
Town True Believers meet the
2nd Thursday of each month.
November's meeting will be
held on the 13th at the
Callahan Restaurant a 12:00
noon. December's meeting will
be held on the 11th at Connie's
Restaurant at 12:00 noon.
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There was plenty of
spooktacular run at the
haunted house posted
by FCCD Chapler 36.
along wilh Ihe
DepartmenI The Terror
House' on Nortn Pear
Street was open for
several nights through
Oct. 25: Shawna Ross, VOCP
Oct. 26: Reshica Shunta Reynolds, poss. 1/t 20 grams marijuana,
Oct. 27: Robert Lee Williams, VOP; James Wiley Kelly, VOP;
Michael Burke, VOP; Kelli Marie Odom, VOP
Oct. 28: Henry Barfield, poss. 1/t 20 grams marijuana, drug parq-
phernalia; BillyJohn Simmons, failure to appear
Oct. 29: Jeffery Alan Thomas, VOP; Rex Allen Kersey, VOP; Frank
Leonard Johnson II, DWLSR with knowledge; Thaddis Clark, hold-
ing for Franklin Cl
Oct. 31: Candi Lynn Perez, violation of suspended sentence
Nov. 1: Pennie Laine Renfroe, failure to appear
Nov. 2: Laura December Wilson, VOP
Nov. 3: Thomas Davis, VOP
Oct. 26: Resheca S. Reynolds, hold for CCSO
Oct. 27: Linda Lorraine Smith, trespassing, assault; Terrence
Christopher O'Brian, DUI, refusal, poss. Vt 20 grams marijuana;
Kelli Odom, hold for CCSO
Oct. 29: Cecelia Saldivia, hold for Hillsborough; Mary Kinsman,
hold for Hillsborough; Kennettr Washington, hold for Hillsborough
Nov. 1: Julius Gary, hold for St. Lucie
Nov. 2: Laura D. Wilson, hold for CCSO; Zachery Adam Hatcher,
introduction of contraband into detention facility (marijuana pipe);
Michael S. Matautia, introduction of contraband into detention facil-
ity (marijuana pipe)
The above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun or LIbelty
County. Jail over the past week. Although they have been
charged with a Cl/me, they are considered Innocent until proven
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 5, 2008, Page 3
It was back to the 50s
last week when
Blountstown Main Street
opened a four-night run of
'Back to Jack's', the third
annual Murder Mystery
Dinner Theatre. The event,
held Thursday and
Saturday nights at the
Settlement, featured a cast
"of local actors.
Guests enjoyed a wine
and cheese reception, coor-
dinated by Barbara Wilson,
on the front porch of the
historic Frink Gym. A silent
auction, chaired by Lisa
Creamer, was held during
the reception to raise funds
for Main Street projects.
After the reception, the
doors opened to reveal a
dining room decked out in
elegant fall decor by Angie
Hill. Guests were treated to
a delicious meal of prime
rib prepared by Tim
Faircloth, along with man-
darin orange and pear
*salad, sweet potato souffle-
and green beans with
mushrooms, all by Main
Street Station. After dinner, a
dessert of scrumptious
chocolate layer cake by
Dresa Leonard Barfield was,
served as the show began.
Based on some true
tales from the mid 50s,
along with a bit of fiction,
'Back to Jack's' continues
this weekend. Both dates
are sold out.
Guests (clockwise from center) Gerald Carpenter, Verena Nix, Nikki
Anderson, Haley Pelt, Jordan Jackson, Lexi Nesmith, Paige -
Ganstine, and Kim Jackson enjoy a delicious dinner catered by Tim
Faircloth and Main Street Station, with dessert by Dresa Barfield.
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 5, 2008, Page 4
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
To the Editor:
I am in writing in response to
the letter to the editor last week
in regards to Amendment 2.
Unfortunately, by the time that
this is printed, it will be too late
for voters to hear yet another
point of view before casting
their ballot; however, I pray
that people voted their convic-
tions and this precious amend-
ment has passed.
In last week's article, it was
stated that churches who par-
ticipated in "Stand for
Marriage Sunday" have in
some way drifted away from
their purpose. It is true that
churches come together to wor-
ship the Lord; however, it is
also very true that pastors are
commissioned and ordained of
the Lord to preach the Word
from the pulpit. It was stated
that Amendment 2 is not in the
Bible and I beg to differ with
whoever believes this as this'
amendment is very much scrip-
Although you may believe
that Christians are "entitled to
their opinion," but it should be
kept out of the church, our
opinion of this is based on the
very words written in scripture.
If you would -have .attended a
church on October 19th or at
least the church I attend, you
would have learned that these
pastors did not just stand in the
pulpit and tell you to vote for
Amendment 2. In all actuality,
these pastors provided scripture
after scripture to further edu-
cate their congregations on
what scripture has to say in
regards to this vital 'amend-
The problem with society
today is that the church has
stayed out of too many amend-
ments and laws that have come
to pass. I am extremely proud
of the outpouring that we have
seen in our local communities to
support this amendment and
although you believe that mar-
riage is no longer sacred does
not -mean that everyone has
your same opinion. Marriage
should. be between one man
and one woman. You will not
find anything in the Bible to
dispute that fact. I understand
that riot everyone has the same
religious views that I have and
that -is-a choice that they- are
responsible" for; however, I do
see this as a religious issue and
it is one that the church should
not take lightly.
Florida has statutes stating
that Florida does not recognize
same sex marriages, but as you
can see from other states that a
judge can change that in the
matter of a ruling. With the
passing of this amendment, no
court in the state of.Florida. will
be able to overturn this amend-
ment; it will be placed in our
state. constitution. This is an
issue that Floridians have the.
right to decide how we believe
marriage should be defined in
bur state and, based on Biblical
facts, this amendment is one
that should be passed!
As the pastor of a local
church, I am writing this
response to the letter printed
last week in regards to
Amendment 2. As you know, by
this time the election has
already decided if Amendment
2 has now become part of our
state constitution; however, I
.felt that the general public
deserve a response to last
Amendment 2 is a constitu-
tional amendment that will pro-
tect and define marriage in our
state. Although we have laws in
Florida (Florida Defense of
Marriage Act that passed in
1997), we need these laws in
our constitution. Liberal judges
could overturn a law that is in
effect; however, no court in the
state of Florida can legalize
homosexual marriage if it is in
our state constitution. This
amendment is not designed to
take away visiting rights in hos-
pitals or keep unmarried cou-
ples from owning property
(since there are no laws con-
cerning ownership and mar-
riage). This is an attempt to
keep-marriage in the state of
Florida between one man and
As a pastor, my church did
participate in "Stand for
Marriage Sunday" and I did
preach from the BIBLE what
scripture has to say about the
sanctity of marriage. It is unfor-
tunate that many people in our
communities no longer view
marriage as a sacred covenant;
however, the scriptures are
clear in that regard. The first
miracle that Jesus performed
occurred at a wedding! As a
pastor, I did not stand in the
pulpit and force my point of
view on'the members of my
congregation. I did, however,
read scriptures and tell them
what God has to say about mar-
riage and about this amend-
The article last week said
that this amendment is
nowhere in the Bible; however,
it is clear in the following scrip-
ture that the Lord intended for
marriage to remain between
one man and one woman:
Genesis 2:24- "Therefore a man
shall leave his father and moth-
er and be joined to his wife, and
.they shall become one flesh,"
This is not an issue of hate
against homosexuals by the
church, this is a stance that all
Christians should take. We, as
Christians and followers of
Christ, do not hate those who
choose this lifestyle, we do,
however, disagree with the
lifestyle they live. I personally
do not want my children taught
about homosexuality in school
(which is what is happening to
kindergarten parents in
Massachusetts) or taken on a
field trip to witness their lesbian
teachers'. wedding (as in
California). There comes a time
when everyone should stand up
and use their God given right to
"vote (which is 'also in scripture)
and voicq their opinion. The
church is taking a stand on this
amendment and we will not
apologize for it.
Almost two weeks ago, I
attended the Kinard Volunteer
Fire Department's "Halloween
Carnival." I want to thank
them for allowing the Calhoun
County Humane Society to set
up a booth for the event. It was
the first time that I've been,
-and now I understand why it is
such a success every year. Just
as they do when they respond
to fires, they could not have
worked harder for the commu-
nity in planning and putting on
a wonderful event.
Oh, the cakes! I wish I had
been one of the lucky ones to
take one home. Unfortunately,
I could not leave our booth to
do the cake -walk, or bid on
them. If I had been able to bid,
I might not have been able to
compete with those who
showed their support for the
K.V.F.D. with generous bfds,
(no doubt boosted by good spir-
ited competition, with a healthy
serving of ego thrown in.)
"It takes a village to raise a
child," so I'd like to share
another experience from the
Carnival. It was late when I
packed up to leave, and almost
See LETTERS, page 12
Maymie Williams marks
100th birthday with party
Maymie Grace Williams celebrated her 100th Birthday on October
28 with a party hosted by the staff and residents of Parthenon
Healthcare of Blountstown. Miss Maymie was presented a bouquet of
roses and a handmade quilted lap robe, along with presents and
cards from her family. Miss Maymie was born on October 28, 1908,
in Rusk County, Texas. She has two children, five grandchildren, and
Christmas on the Square
will be held December 6
Merry Christmas, Florida
Chapter 179 of the Order of the
Eastern Star is proud to
announce we will again sponsor
CHRISTMAS ON THE
This event will be held on
Saturday, December 6th, at
Magnolia Square in the center
of town. Beginning at 9:00 a.m.
we will be open until after the
Christmas parade. We under-
stand Santa Claus will be pres-
ent for picture taking from
10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Our
food vendors will be available to
take care of your dining pleas-
ure before the parade which
begins at 5:00 p.m. and will be
glad to stay through the parade.
Following the parade the
Pioneer Settlement will wel-
come all to an Old Fashioned
Many vendors with crafts,
food, art, etc. will beon.,hand;.
There are a few 12 x 12 booths
left and can be reserved by con-
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762-4081. A few of the booths
have electricity, so call early to
get our reservation. The dead-
line is November 30th.
The Order. of the Eastern
Star is a philanthropic organiza-
tion making sizeable donations
to Cancer, Hospice, Shriners
Hospital and Heart research to
name a few.
The Calhoun County
Libraries will be closed
November 11th in observance
of Veteran's Day. ,
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'The Nutcracker' on stage
Dec. 7, Veterans Memorial
The Liberty Music & Drama
Troupe will be performing The
Nutcracker on December 7,
2008 at 3:00 p.m. ET at the
Veterans Memorial Civic/
Cultural Center in Bristol.
All tickets will be $10. To
purchase your tickets please
call Bonita Deck at 643-9808.
This event is sponsored in
part by the Liberty County Arts
Council, Liberty County Board
of County Commissioners,
Florida Department of State,
Division of Cultural Affairs, the
Florida Arts Council and the
National Endowment for the
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Happy "18th"' Birthday,
Chelsea turned 18 years old
on November 4th. She is the
daughter of Glenn Bennett of
Blountstown and Lynne Bennett
of St. Augustine. Her grandpar-
ents are Hasten and the late
Annette Bennett of Blountstown.
A - birthday celebration for
Chelsea will be held on Saturday,
November 15th. All friends are
invited. Call 674-8635 for infor-
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Barrett Michael Purvis!!
Barrett Purvis, son of Brad
and Nicole Purvis, celebrated his
first birthday on October 4th.
Barrdett was joined by friends and
family at his home for the cele-'
bration, Happy birthday!
Love, Mama & Daddy
'Pioneer Settlement needs
help from the community
Then and Now
Settlement: giving gift member-
ships, a memorial gift in honor
of someone special, or increas-
ing you're membership to a
higher category. Any donor of
one hundred dollars or more
will. receive a Christmas gift.
We continue to believe that
preserving our heritage is so
important for our future gener-
ations to learn firsthand where
we come from. If you have any
questions regarding our month-
ly expenses or any other con-
cerns, please call 850-674-
Thanks so much for your
help and support.
Sr. Citizen News
Come and join us on
Tuesday, November 25, for our
annual Thanksgiving Feast at
the Calhoun County Senior
Center on Cayson Street
(behind the old courthouse).
Cost will be $2.00. We'll have
our famous and delicious fried
turkey, dressing, sweet potato
souffle, yeast roll, and some
delicious desserts. We will
serve around 11:45, so come
early and enjoy socializing with
Please call Dorothy or
Ginger at . 674-4163 and
reserve your seat,
On Thursday, November 13,
we will be taking a group to
shop in Panama City. We will
leave the Center at 8:30 a.m.
and return at 4:30 p.m. Cost
will be $7. Call 674-4163 and
speak to Dorothy to reserve
your seat. Space is limited.
OFFICE & MEAL SITE
The Senior Center will be
closed on Tuesday, November
11, in observance of Veterans
Day. We will reopen on
Wednesday, November 12.
We will also be closed on
Thursday & Friday, November
27 & 28. We will reopen on
Monday, December 1. -
The Senior Center is spon-
soring a fundraiser selling
"Cooked Boston Butts" on
Friday, November 14th. To
purchase your tickets for the
Butts, call 674-4163, then
come by the Senior Center at
16859 NE Cayson St. to pick
up your claim ticket.
Cost of the Butts are $20.00
each. Place your order today
before we sell out. Orders may
be picked up at the Senior
Center between 2:00 p.m. -
5:00 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14.
PIZZA HUT, HARVEST
* The Senior Center is now
fortunate to be able to serve our
"Seniors" pizza from Pizza Hut
on Tuesday and sometimes on
Thursday during our lunch
time. Pizza Hut participates in,
the Harvest Program where
they save their leftovers rather
than discard them. Then they
are donated to organizations
that can benefit from this pro-
So if you are a Pizza.Lover
come on out on Tuesdays and
enjoy some of this pizza with us.
We have all varieties available
Please call 674-4163 the day
before so that we know how
many to prepare for.
Monica Brinkley will be
here on Wednesday, November
12, at 11:00 a.m. to bring us
more helpful nutrition informa-
tion. Please plan to attend.
The County Record, NOVEMBER 5, 2008, Page 5
t's not about
The Board of Trustees and
staff at the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement would like to thank
the community for all the vol-
unteer hours and monetary
help which it has provided on
our many projects.
The Club House/Log Cabin
holds so many memories for our
community that we felt it
urgent to continue the work
phase after the state and fund
raising money ran out. We did
this by using $16,000 from the
general fund which has put us
into a difficult situation when
trying to meet our regular
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 5, 2008, Page 6
Lady Wildcats bounce Bozeman,
swept by Sneads in district tourney
BMS varsity boys open with
59-5 victory over Hosford
BY COACH BILLY JONES Anthony scored nine. Hunter
and Anthony also led in
The Blountstown Middle rebounds.
School boys varsity basketball The Tigers then traveled to
team celebrated their first win Apalach where they defeated
of the season last week when Franklin County, 53-25.
they defeated Hosford, 59-5. Javakiel, Anthony, and
-This victory came after only Roosevelt led the team in scor-
four opening season practices. ing with 20, 17, and 11 points.
New team members are Anthony led in rebounds.
Roosevelt Martin, Javakiel Next was a 'road trip to
Brigham, Anthony Jones, Hosford with the Tigers bring-
Hunter Jordan, Bryan ing home a 44-18 win. Anthony,
Middlebrooks, J.T. Brown, Roosevelt, and Javakiel led the
Kenya Baker, and Caleb Mills. team in scoring once again with
Roosevelt is the only 8th grader 13, 11, and eight points.
on the team that has ever" The Tigers hosted Port St.
played BMS ball. Roosevelt, Joe Tuesday (details unavail-
Javakiel, and Anthony had a able at press time). They will
great 10-0 J.V. season last year. host Wewa Thursday with
In their win over Hosford, game time at 5:00. Come out
Javakiel and Hunter led the and support our Tigers!
team with 16 and 14 points.
Middle School JV team marks
three wins in 5th quarter action
BY COACH JASON WHITE
The Blountstown Middle
School boys J.V. basketball
team started off their season
with a 28-2 win over Hosford in
a 15 minute 5th quarter.
The Tigers were led in scor-
ing by Dimitri Simmons and
Andrew Bennett with 8 and 6
: The next J.V victory was a
12-0 win over Franklin County,
again in a 15 minute 5th quar-
ter. The Tigers played great
defense in this game and had
numerous steals. Bennett led
the team with 7 points, followed
by Jay Williams with the
The J.V continued its stellar
defense in their third game, also
against Hosford. In this 15
minute, 5th quarter, the J.V
outscored their opponent 23-0.
Bennett led with 10 points and
Corin Peterson had six.
Simmons contributed greatly
on defense with both rebounds
and blocked shots.
The J.V. team consists of
nine members including five
seventh graders, Jay Williams,
Andrew Bennett, Ased
Farooqui, David Deveaux, and
Dimitri Simmons, along with
four sixth graders, Corin
Peterson, Zeonte Nevzuroff,
James Leonard, and Luis
Liberty County Recreation Department
football teams win all games last week
. The Liberty County Saturday also saw the Pee
Recreation Department's foot- Wees win over Sneads 30-8.
ball teams won all of their Hunter Jacobs had a touch-
games this past week. down run of 30 yards for
On Thursday, the Tiny Mite Liberty County. Hayden Swier
team won a make up game over ran in a 10 yard score and Will
Chattahoochee, 20-12. J.J. Hosford passed 22 yards to
House scored a pair of touch- Noah Davis for a touchdown
downs and a two point conver- and then zipped 85 yards for
sion for Liberty County and another Liberty County score.
Brody. Holland scored a touch- Jacobs and Chris Lynn scored
down. Holland, William Hayes, 2-point conversions in the
William Hatcher, Jarod game. D. J. Pittman, Hayden
Beckwith, and Kyle Holcomb Swier, Chuck Morris, and
were in on 5 tackles each. DeAndre Johnson were all in on
Saturday morning the Tiny at least 5 tackles and Alstan
Mite team came back to defeat Johnson recovered a fumble.
Sneads 20-8 with House again The Teeny Mites notched a
scoring 14 on a pair of touch- win Saturday 8-0 over Sneads
downs and a two-point run. with Jarkeavis Bess getting the
Holland got the third Liberty game winning touchdown in the
County td on a quarterback last minute of the game.
run. It was another good defen- The teams will wind up their
sive effort for the Tiny Mites regular season by hosting Port
with House, Beckwith, Hayes , St. Joe Saturday at 10 a.m. and
Holcomb, Holland, and Chattahoochee Tuesday at 6:30
Hatcher leading the way. pm.
BY JIM MclINTOSH
BER 27-Not having played a
match in a week mattered little. ,
What did matter to the Altha
Lady .Wildcats is that they
bounced the Bozeman Lady
Bucks last Monday from the
District 2-2A tournament by
winning ,the quarter regional
match-25-11, 25-12 and 28-
In Game 1 Emily Brooks
gave Altha a 5-2 lead. Christy
Simmons extended it to 10-5
and Cortney Harris put the
game out of reach at 15-9 with
her 4 straight service points.
The Lady Wildcats (7-14; 2-
7, 2-2A) jumped out to a 7-2
lead in Game 2 thanks to Emily
Brooks 6 straight service points
and the game was virtually over
when Rebekah Wiltse gave
Altha a 16-6 lead.
Christy ,Simmons gave the
Lady Wildcats a 11-6 lead with
her 3 straight service points in
Game 3. Late in the game
Bozeman scratched out a 22-21
lead. But it was short lived as
Rebekah Wiltse put Altha back
on top, 24-22. The Lady Bucks.
responded by tying the game
two more times but Cessna
Folsom sealed the deal by serv-
ing the match-winning point.
Altha's scoring leader was
Rebekah Wiltse with 12 service
points, a service ace, and 2 digs.,
Emily Brooks posted 11 service
points, a service ace, and 7
assists. Christy Simmons
recorded 10 service points, 3
service aces, 4 kills and a dig.
Both lCessna Folsom and
Cortney Harris chalked up 6
service points and each had a
service ace. Loni Johnson
added 5 service points, a serv-
ice ace, and a kill.
BER 28-Having served so
well the night before the Lady
Wildcats misfired on several of
their serves in last Tuesday
night's semifinal match against
the #1 seed (and eventual dis-
trict champion), Sneads Lady
Pirates. Those service misfires
cost them the match--25-11,
25-23 and 25-16.
Sneads had a slow start in
Game 1 and Rebekah Wiltse's
two service points gave Altha
At press .time only three
teams have shown an interest
in the Co-Ed Church Volleyball
League the Liberty County
Recreation Department is
attempting to organize.
Deadline for letting the depart-
ment know your church is
interested is Wednesday
November 12 at noon.
If interested, contact the
Liberty County Recreation at
643-2175. If no answer leave a
message and you will be con-
(7-15; 2-8, 2-2A) a 6-3 lead.
However, Sneads next two
servers built an 18-9 lead from
which the Lady Wildcats didn't
In Game 2 Altha showed
some grit as they went toe to
toe with Sneads. Sneads had
built a 5-point lead but Cortney
Harris brought her Lady
Wildcats within two points, 10-
8, with her 3 service points.
Cessna Folsom followed Harris
and tied the game with her 2
service points, 11-11. Loni
Johnson's service point kept the
rally going by giving Altha their
first lead of the game, 14-13.
The Lady Wildcats remained in
the lead until Sneads knotted
the score at 19-19. The game
remained tied and Altha's serv-
ice opportunity to go back on
top was long and out of bounds.
Altha had a short lived 3 -0
lead in Game 3 but their mis-
cues at the service line cost
them the opportunity to build
on that lead and Sneads over-
came them to win the game and
Once again. Rebekah Wiltse
led the Lady Wildcats at the
service line with 7 points and
she had a season high 12 digs.
Cortney Harris put up 4 service
points, a service ace, and 3 digs.
Loni Johnson had 4 service
points, a block, a dig, and a kill.
Cessna Folsom was good for 2
service points. Emily Brooks,
Christy Simmons, and Hannah
Waldorff all had a service point.
Brooks had 6 assists. Simmons
was credited with 5 digs, 3 kills,
an assist and a block. Waldorff
came away with 3 digs.
Next year looks bright for
Coach Miranda Rehberg and
the Lady Varsity Wildcats.
They will return all 6 starters
plus they'll be spending their
off-season conditioning, and
playing together in matches.
Additionally, several junior var-
sity players will move up to var-
sity team which will boost
Altha's offensive and defensive
production. WILDCATS, WE CAN'T
WORK HARD, LADY WAIT 'TIL NEXT YEAR!!!
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20370 Central Ave. West,
Monday at No0
Community Health Fair
on Saturday, November 8th
WE INVITE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY TO COME OUT AND ENJOY A DAY OF FUN AND GATHERING WITH YOUR
COMMUNITY TO SUPPORT THE GROWTH OF YOUR LOCAL HOSPITAL. FREE ENTERTAINMENT, GAMES AND RIDES
FOR THE KIDS AND KIDS AT HEART, AS WELL AS FREE HEALTHCARE SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (WHILE THEY LAST).
Some of the services offered.
* Women's health education.
* Blood pressure screenings, finger sticks and other healthcare services FREE of charge.
* Cholesterol, Hemoglobin A1 C (which require fasting after midnight) and PSA's at a reduced rate by the Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital lab. Hemoglobin A IC $5 * fasting glucose $1 * Lipid panel $5 * no need to bring orders...we
will provide this for you and will forward to your primary care physician.
* Display of new County Ambulance with Emergency Medical Staff and Life flight helicopter.
* Show cooking by CHARTWELLS targeting healthy cooking tips and techniques for you and your kids in today's
busy world, recipes will be included.
* SWAT/Youth Tobacco Prevention by Calhoun County Health Department.
* and much more...
We'll .see you and the kids there.
For questions Rlease call Aimee Hanvey at 674-5411 ext 209
The County Record, NOVEMBER 5, 2008, Page 7
Tiger defense key in win over Chipley
Despite, a sloppy perform-
ance on offense, losing four fum-
bles and one interception, the
Blountstown Tigers defeated
the Chipley Tigers 13-3 Friday
night at Bowles Field. The vic-
tory moved the young Tigers to
2-6 on the season with a tough
road trip to FAMU High Friday
"Our defense played really
well and they had to consider-
ing our offense turned the ball
over five times and our punt
team had two blocked," coach
Greg Jordan said Monday.
"Our defense' did a great job
holding them to only three
points with the great field posi-
tion we kept giving them. We
didn't do a good job of taking
care of the football. We did.
enough to win."
Chipley kept the Tigers in
the game giving up one fumble
and three interceptions.
The difference in the game
was Blountstown's ability to
run the football. "We ran the
ball 53 times for 334 yards and
should have scored more, but
the turnovers killed us," Jordan
The head coach praised the
efforts of center Shane Bailey,
guards Jeremy Watson, Jason
Money and Tony Maynor, and
tackles Blake Shelton and
Shelby Godwin. "Our offensive
line did a good job."
With the rash of injuries the
Tigers have suffered young
players have stepped into start-
ing roles and are doing a good
job while gaining valuable expe-
rience for next year. "Junior
Varsity player Patrick Wilson
led the defense with 8 tackles
from his safety position. Corey
McClellan did a good job for us
on the defensive line," Jordan
Chipley's Tigers scored first
in the second quarter after
blocking a Jared King field goal
and driving 58 yards. The
Tiger defense held and Chipley
kicked a long 44 yard'field goal.
Early in the second quarter,
Malcolm Ivory got to the side-
line and raced 73 yards for 'a
touchdown. King's extra point
put the Tigers on top 7-3 at
intermission. Ivory had a big
game for Blountstown with 191
yards on 23 carries for an 8.3
yard per carry average.
Darrin Huff added a spark in
the second half with some
determined runs. Huff scored
from 6 yards out following a 59
yard drive with 5:05 left in the
game. The try for two points
failed, but Blountstown led, 13-
3. Huff carried the ball 11
times for 94 yards for an 8.5
Brandon Smith gained 34
yards on 9 carries followed by
PJ Buggs with 19 yards on 6
carries. Princeton Grant added
15 yards on 2 carries.
Quarterback Buggs complet-
ed one of three passes for 10
yards. Huff had the lone recep-
Blountstown, despite the
turnovers, had a big edge in
time of possession with over 28
minutes compared to Chipley's
held Chipley to 81 total yards -
40 rushing and 41 passing.
Following Patrick Wilson's 8
tackles was Jason Money with
7, Malcolm Ivory with 6, Cavon
Cox with 5 and Jeremy Watson
and .Lance Clemons with 4
each. Blake Shelton and Shane
Bailey each had 3 tackles.
The FAMU game will kick-
off at 6:30 CT at Bragg
Stadium in Tallahassee.
Photos: Clockwise, left to right:
Jared King has a second quarter field goal attempt blocked by
Chipley; Darrin Huff (1) ran hard in the second half gaining 94
yards and scoring a fourth quarter touchdown; Patrick Wilson
(14) and Paul Mosley (5) play great pass defense. Mosley came
up with an interception on the play.
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A win is a win is a win! The
Tigers held on to beat Chipley
by a score of 13-3 at Bowles
Field on Senior Night.
The B.H.S. Tigers had to
overcome 4 lost fumbles, 1
interception and 2 botched punt
snaps to earn their second vic-
tory of the season. Hats off to
the defense for not allowing
Chipley in the endzone after
any of those turnovers. A 44
yard fieldgoal was their only
score of the night. The
DEFENSE held Chipley to 41
yards rushing on 25 attempts
and 40 yards passing on 4-18
attempts for 81 total yards on
43 total plays. Defensively that
is about as good as you can
On offense the Tigers were
able to rush the football to the
tune of 334 yards on 53 carries
for a 6.3 yard per carry aver-
age. The offensive line of Shane
Bailey, Jason Money, Jeremy
Watson, Tony Maynor, Blake
Shelton and Shelby Godwin did
a great job opening up running
lanes for the backs. Malcolm
Ivory had 191 yards on 23
rushes and Darren Huff had 94
yards on 11 carries. I don't
remember having that many
rushing yards and only scoring
We must sustain drives and
get points. We're leaving a lot of
points on the field that has cost
us at least two wins this season.
Maybe we can carry over some
momentum as we head to
Tallahassee this week to take
on FAMU at Bragg Stadium
this Friday night. FAMU High
is loaded with talent with size,
skill, and lots of speed .at every
position. We last went to Bragg
Stadium in 2004 with a pretty
good football team and had our
hands full, winning I think like
15-7. This will be a very tough
football game against a very tal-
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road game of the 2008 season!!
Game time is set for 6:30 CST!!
See ya there! Go Tigers!!!
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Veterans invited to program
at Blountstown Elementary
,Finalists for homecoming king and queen at IHS include (standing, from left) Jeremy Watson, Malcolm
-Ivory, Demarco Johnson, (seated) Lauren Davis, Jasmine Simmons, and (not pictured) Shirane Baker,
SWho will beMr. & Miss BHS?
Homecoming kicks off Monday
It is Homecoming time
again!! This year's, theme is
"BHS... Through the Years".
Here is what's going on so far.
Days of the week:
Monday - Chill Day.....
wear your comfy PJs
Tuesday - Hollywood
Day...... dress up as your
favorite celebrity or movie char-
Wednesday - 80's
Day.....dress up in ,your 80's
Thursday - Sport your Sport
Day.... .wear your favorite
sports teams colors
Friday - Tiger Pride
Cats' Cuisiige invites you to
Thanksgiving dinner on
Thursday, Nov. 13. There will
be two sittings at 11:40 a.m.
and 12:30 p.m.
The menu includes roasted
Rosemary turkey breast, corn-
bread dressing with gravy,
;Italian green beans, yeast rolls,
and sweet potato pecan pie.
:The cost is $6.
Please call 762-3121 for
-,reservations' by Tuesday, Nov.
Day.......show your spirit and
We will have prizes for the
*Mega Relay - Monday,
November 10 @ 1pm at the
BHS football field.
At this event, ,the students
compete by homerooms in
crazy relay races such as the
fireman's carry, the ameba run,
and surf's up. The winner gets
bragging right for the rest of the
*Coronation - Tuesday,
November 11 @ 1:30 in the
We will crown the 2008-
Wednesday, Nov. 5, Middle
& High School Honor Assembly
Thursday, Nov. 6, Dessert
Concert, 6 p.m. at Altha'
Church of God; ASVAB Testing
Friday, Nov. 7, Joyner's
Junior Movie, 4:30 p.m.
Nov. 10 - 14, Book Fair
Tuesday, November 11, 2nd
& 3rd grade Veteran's Day
Program; Book Fair Family
Night, 3-6 p.m.
Friday, November 14, 4th
grade field trip
2009 BHS Homecoming King
*Tigers Growl - Thursday,
November 13 @ 1pm in the
The annual talent show
where BHS students strut their
*Bonfire - Thursday,
November 13 @ 6:30pm
This will be held in the field
near the Ag building.
*Parade - Friday,
All Veterans and active'mili-
tary have been chosen to serve
as the grand marshals. We will
have a trailer for you to ride in.
Please contact the high school
to let us know you plan on rid-
ing. We also invite anyone who
would like to be in the parade to
join us, just call the high school
to get on the list. Lineup will be
at 12 noon and the parade
starts at 1pm. We will keep the
traditional parade route with
the exception of turning to the
left before the courthouse on to
Cayson St. to head back to the
*Homecoming Game v/s
Wewa - Friday, November 14
Pregame starts @ 6:30 with
the presentation of the
*Homecoming Dance -
Friday, November 14 @ 9:30
pm - 12 midnight in the Gym.
All BHS students will get in
free with a ticket we will give to
them next week. High school
students from other schools
may attend, but pay $5.
On behalf of the 4th grade
students and teachers at
School we would like to take
this opportunity to invite all
veterans to our annual Veterans
.Day Program entitled "In
Honor of our Veterans"
helps you give
to Carr School
Carr School would like to
announce a wonderful opportu-
nity for you to help support our
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 5, 2008, Page 9
Story of ChiefBlount and his
tribe's move from Fla. to Texas
Members of the Chief
Blount Band of the
Apalachicola. Band of Creek
Indians recently celebrated the
signing of the 1832 treaty
agreeing to immigrate to Texas
from Florida. In honor of this
memorable historic date, Mary
Sixwomen Blount, Principle
Chief, share this story, along
with the photo above from
2004 featuring many of the
Council members who still live
in Marianna, Blountstown and
Bristol areas. '
Chief William John Blount
was the first of five Apalachicola
Chiefs to agree to go west after
the 1830 Indian Removal Act.
At the urging of old friend Sam
Houston, Chief Blount and
Davy signed the Blount Band
Treaty in the Territorial
Governor's home in
Tallahassee, Florida. Houston
was promising better times in
Texas for the Florida Indians.
But, his plan was to merge the
Blount Indians with the
Coushatta tribe that was under
the leadership of 'Chief Red
Shoes, Blount's uncle.
Houston's goal was to increase
protection for East Texas bor-
ders during the battle for Texas
Chief Blount signed the
Blount Band treaty of 1832 and
agreed to take his 246 members
to Texas but did not leave
Florida ,until March of 1834.
Deaths, disease, and desertions
reduced the Blount band to less
than 200 before they finally
departed from Port St. Joe for
, No previous hardship was
equal to that which awaited
Blount's Band in New Orleans.
The ship's captain unexpected-
ly unloaded the Indians on' an
off shore island on April 7,
1834.- Chiefs Blount
(Lafarthga) and Davy (AKA
Osia Hajo) encamped the Band
and made their way into the
city to collect the remaining
funds due from the sale, of the
reserves. After being paid in
cash, both chiefs.were arrested
and jailed on false charges of
absconding with stolen funds.
To gain their release from the
New Orleans jail, Blount' had
td pay a fine equal to all the
money, he had been paid for
Florida tribal lands and two of
his slaves (family members),
Cujo and Bob. Upon returning
to the encampment, Blount and
Davy found less than 100 mem-
bers still waiting. Many of
these were sick and all were
Blount himself was ill with
signs of cholera contracted in
prison as he gathered the
remainder of his band and set
off on foot across the Louisiana
Plaquemines for Texas.
Pushing hard, the emigrants
crossed the Sabine River into in
East Texas at the end of April
1834, and died shortly there-
after. Cholera was most likely
the, medical reason, but tribal
oral history has retold the cause
of death as a broken heart.
Sam Houston's plan had
failed and the leaderless Blount
Indians found themselves desti-
tute and friendless in a foreign
land. Chief Red Shoes had died
some years before and the
Coushatta Council by tribal law
could not accept Blount's mixed
blood members into their tribe.
The Blount Band Elder
Council gathered arid named
Davy Elliott Principle Chief.
Within a few weeks, stragglers
under the leadership of John
Yellow Hair made their way to
the Blount Band camp. Yellow
Hair convinced Davy to join
him in going back to Florida to
for help. Davy and Yellow Hair
chose three other of the ablest
warriors and set off on the
return trip to Florida. Florida
Territorial Papers record that
the. Indians arrived January
1835 seeking help. . The
Florida Indian Agent ignored
Chief Davy and appointed John
Hair as Principle Chief of the
Blount Indians of Texas.
Although relief funds were
granted, Davy and Yellow Hair
were impressed into military
service in the Second Seminole
War before they could return, to
Texas. Davy Elliott and John
Hair survived .the Second
Seminole War but were deport-
ed in 1839 to the Arkansas
Indian Territory as, Seminole
Prisoners of War.
Blount's four orphaned chil-
dren were left behind with the
remnant of Blount's Band.
Billy Blount/Blunt and his
younger brother, Billy John
(William John) belonged to
Blount's principle wife whose
surname was Cochrane.
Blount's children by second
wife, Mel6e Liska Perryman,
were.Noguse (Bear) and Mel6e
Liska (Mary Elizabeth). The
second wife,. Liska was the half
sister of Chief John Yellow Hair.
A third wife, Nelly Factor, took
her son in common with Blount
(Allen Factor) to the Indian
Territory. Nelly was included in
the 1839 removal rolls as were
Davy and Yellow Hair.
In Texas, the Elder Council
named Billy and Billy John
Blount to co-lead the Blount
Band of Texas Creeks. The
boys were not yet 14 years old
when they accepted the task.
While the Second Seminole
War raged in Florida, the
Blount Indians in Texas clung
to a thin thread of life; led by
children and managed to sur-
vive. The only thing the, boy
chiefs ever asked from the State
of Texas or the federal govern-
ment was for enough hoes so
the people could plant and cul-
tivate their family crops.
Neither government ever came
to the aid of the tribe nor did
they keep their promise to
establish a reservation they
could call home.
BY AILEEN McQUAGGE
Sometimes a simple "Thank
You" is not enough so....
Thank You! Thank You!
The Blountstown Woman's
Club members thank all you
lovely people who 'supported
the Club's 'Trash 'N Treasure
Sale Saturday, November 1,
We thank the City of
Blountstown for letting us use
its special corner lot at Hwys.
20 &85 71.
We thank Sheriff David
Tatum for setting up his beauti-
We thank (The County
Record for providing, publicity.
We thank all the customers
who "shopped till they
We thank the weatherman
for providing such a beautiful
Note: The money, earned
will apply toward the Club's
annual $500.00 gift to the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement.
Are your interested in teach-
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A one-day workshop will be
offered on Friday, November
14, to anyone iriterested in
becoming a volunteer tutor of
adult English-speakers who
wants to improve their reading
and writing skills. No prior
teaching experience is required.
Completion of on-line classes is
required to receive certification.
After the training, you will be
prepared to volunteer at the
Calhoun County Library,
Jackson County Library or
other local programs. The
workshop will be held from 9:00
a.m. until 5:00 ET; 8:00 - 4:00
CT. Pre-registration is
For more information, con-
tact: Lavaine Williams,
Guadalupe Wilson, Rachel
McCoy .or Joan Alderman at
the Calhoun County Public
Library, 17731 NE Pear St.,
Christian Home to host
yard sale on Saturday
Christian Home Woman's
Auxiliary Yard Sale, will be
held Saturday, November 8,
from 7:00 until Noon on
Highway 69, north of
Blountstown behind Christian
Home FWB Church in the
There will be baked goods,
Happy Home Flavorings,
Christian Home Auxiliary
Cookbooks, a gas wall furnace,
overhead projector, computer,
pc monitor, dishes, clothes,
shoes, new crafts, books, and
misc. items. There will be free
'coffee and cookies. The sale
will be held rain or shine.
For more information, con-
Musical Saturday at
St. Mary MB Church
St. Mary Missionary Baptist
Church Pastor's Aide Ministry
invites everyone to our Fall
Musical Saturday, November
8th, at 6:00 p.m.. The theme
will be "A Battle for the Lord".
There will be many groups,
choirs, soloists and the Praise,
St. Mary M.B. Church is
located at 16345 SE River St.,
in Blountstown. Dr. C.L.
Wilson, is pastor. Contact
Evangelist Patricia ,Mosley at
850-718-3710 for more infor-
at Southside Assembly
Southside Assembly of God
will be celebrating
Homecoming, November 9th,
beginning at 10:30 a.m. with
Rev. Terry Broome speaking in
the morning service. Lunch
will be served at noon.
Open mike singing will be
enjoyed in the afternoon, and
all gospel singing and soloists
are welcome to come and sing
or play their instruments.
We will also begin revival on
Monday night, November 10,
at 7:00, with Rev. Terry
Broome. Rev. Larry White and
congregation invites everyone
to attend. For more informa-
tion call 850-272-0742.
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 5, 2008, Page 10
RUTH MEGGS COXWELL
Mrs. Ruth Meggs Coxwell,
72, of Bainbridge, GA, passed
away Wednesday, October 29,
2008, at her residence.
The funeral service was held
at 1:00 p.m. Saturday,
1, at Ivey
with Rev. n Gisson, Andy
BGlisson, Bill Lewis, Dick Layk
Cemetery,- Hosford, FL, at 4:00
p.m. with Allen Glisson, Andy
Glisson, Bill Iewis, Dick Lay,
Joe Barber and Donnie Carlton
serving as active pallbearers.
Mrs. Coxwell was born
August 27, 1936, in
Blountstown, FL, the daughter
of James Claudie Bryant and
Lillie Mae Henderson Bryant.
She was a homemaker, a loving
mother and grandmother and
was of the Pentecostal faith.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Jimmy Coxwell, of
Bainbridge, GA; four sons,
Fredrick "Ricky" Pheasant and
his wife, Rebecca, of Senatobia,
MS, Neal Meggs and his wife,
Rose, of Bainbridge, GA, Steve
Meggs and his wife, Nancy, of
Bainbridge, GA, and Tracy
Meggs and his wife, Amanda, of
Bainbridge, GA; two daughters,
Leesa Stevens and her husband,
Geary, of Bainbridge, GA, and
Dyann Howell and her husband,
David, of Bainbridge, GA; her
brother, James Bryant, of
Pueblo, CO; two sisters, Johnnie
Mae McCollum of Blountstown,
FL, and Vickie Trussel of
Tallahassee, FL; eight grandchil-
dren, Rita Pheasant Mize, Cody
Meggs, Dwight Meggs, Mollie
Meggs, Doug Stevens, Tiffanie
Stevens, Glee Powell and
Michael Singletary and thirteen
Ivey Funeral Home of
Bainbridge was in charge of
arrangements (ph. 229-246-
3232). Online visitors may sign
the guest register at www.iveyfu-
ANDREW L. GIBBENS
Mr. Andrew L. Gibbens, 77,
of Blountstown, passed away
Monday, October 27, 2008.
A Thought to
Since the birth of
o our republic,
. millions of
i died for our
country on the field
77flIAdams of battle. Millions
sot more have placed
themselves as a
between our country and our
enemies, emerging unharmed.
through the kindness of a merciful
On Veteran's Day, we honor the
dead and the living whose actions
have testified to their courage and
devotion to our country. We honor
their heroism. We give thanks for
their sacrifice, and we share if only
briefly and inadequately - the grief
of loved ones who survive them.
Let us on this Veteran's Day
remember that we have preserved
our freedom only through the
continued willingness of brave men
and women to risk the sacrifices of
their lives for its sake.
On Veteran's Day, we honor them
all; those who wore a uniform in
days past and those who wear it
today. We honor them with a
recognition of a debt that can never
be repaid. It is beyond price...
Mr. Gibbons was a retired
U.S. Army Master Sergeant and
a veteran of the Korean Conflict
and had served in the U.S. Army
He was preceded in death by
a brother, Elmer Gibbons, and a
sister, Flora Ralph.
He is survived by his special
companion, Gertrude May
Smith, of Blountstown; two sons,
Andy,Gibbens, Jr. of Tallahassee
and Cliff Gibbens; a daughter,
Linda O'Neal and her husband,
David, of Blountstown; two
brothers, Ed Gibbens of
Silvercreek, NY, and Ellsworth
Gibbens of Callahan, FL; two
sisters, Eva Trusdale of Terre
Haute, IN, and Ann Fornish of
Parkersburg, WV; five stepchil-
dren; eight grandchildren and
Funeral services were held at
2:00 PM EST, Saturday,
November 1, at Florida
Memorial Gardens in
Rockledge, Florida, with full mil-
itary honors. Adams Funeral
Home was in charge of the
arrangements (ph. 674-5449 or
Mrs. Annie Hall, 89, of
Blountstown, FL, passed away
Sunday night, November 2,
2008, in Blountstown.
Mrs. Hall was born
September 10, 1919, in Calhoun
County and had lived here all of
her life. Annie worked as a teller
for Ellis Bank of Blountstown for
a number of years and she was a
homemaker. Mrs. Hall was a
member of Poplar Head Baptist
Church in Clarksville.
- She was preceded in death by
her husband,-Alva Hall; a son,
Austin Hall; two brothers,
Franklin Nichols and Carlos
Survivors include one- son,
James E. Hall and his wife, Jo
Ellen, of Bristol; one brother,
Preston Nichols, of Clarksville;
one sister, Winona Morris, of
Clarksville. Mrs. Hall was.
blessed with many grandchil-
dren and many great-grandchil-
Funeral services will be held
today, Wednesday, November 5,
at 2:00 p.m. from Poplar Head
Baptist Church in Clarksville
with Rev. Phillip Williams offici-
ating. Interment will follow in
the Poplar Head Cemetery. The
family will be gathering at Mrs.
Annie's home at 20282 SW
Cedar Ave., Blountstown.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 850-674-2266.
R.L. 'Layfield, 70, of
Blountstown, passed away
Saturday, November 1, 2008. *
Mr. Layfield was a native and
lifelong resident of Calhoun
County and was a member of
Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene. He was a retired
truck driver for Griffin Sand &
He is survived by his wife,
Mary Jane Layfield; two sons,
Mitchell Phillips and his wife,
Marsha, of Blountstown and
Randy Durden of Tallahassee; a
daughter, Agnes Seaman, and
her husband, Ronnie, of Altha;
his mother, Rosie Layfield; two
brothers, Tommy Layfield and
his wife, Thelma, of White City
and Jimmy. Layfield and his
wife, Darlene, of Blountstown;
six sisters, Erline Bishop and
Elizabeth Osborne of
I .II 611 li^ ' t
Blountstown, Carolyn Carroll,
Linda Lolley, Myrtle Young, and
Anita Blackwell and her hus-
band, Tom, of Clarksville; four
grandchildren, Candace Young,
Kenny Seaman, Jarrod and Jara
Phillips; four great-grandchil-
dren, Bethany, Emily, Faith and
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m. TIesday, November 4,
in Adams Funeral Home Chapel
with Reverend Ken McClosky
and Reverend Ernie Gray offici-
ating. Interment followed in
Drivers Cemetery in Hosford.
Adams Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements (ph.
674-5449 or online at
PHYLLIS MARIE SHIVER
Phyllis Marie Shiver
McDonald, a long time resident
of Panama City and the
Blountstown area, passed away
October 31, 2008, at the age of
Mrs. McDonald loved her
family. She also loved fishing and
working with crafts and pottery.
Mrs. McDonald was preced-
ed in death by her husband,
William McDonald, after 26
years of marriage.
She is survived by three sons,
Carl and wife, Marie, of Altha,
FL, Dewey and wife, Luanne, of
Grapelarid, TX, Robert and
wife, Lawanda, of Blountstown,
FL; three daughters, Cookie and
Bob Waldrep of Panama City,
Fl., Connie Mosley of Panama
city, FL, Melanie and husband,
Cowden Wright, of Midland,
TX.; three brothers, Richard
Dale Shiver of Ekron, KY, Floyd
Tipton of Cleveland, TX, and
Brian Shiver of Blountstown,
FL. Mrs. McDonald is also sur-
vived by 20 grandchildren and
20 great grandchildren.
Services were held Monday,
November 3, at Travelers Rest
Church on Hwy. 73 north of
Clarksville, FL, with the pastor
Shawn Williams Officiating.
Brock's Home Town Funeral
Home of Callaway was in charge
of arrangements (ph. 850-874-
RONNIE L. MINTON
Mr. Ronnie L. Minton, 54, of
Marianna, passed away
Monday, October 27, 2008.
Mr. Minton was preceded in
death by his dad, Mack Minton,
He is survived by his step-
mother, Mary Minton, of
Tallahassee; a brother, Keith
Minton, of Lake Geneva, FL; a
sister, Debbie Hunter, of
Jacksonville; his mother, Doris
Minton; and several nieces and
Memorial services will be
held at 2:00 PM Friday,
November 7, from the Sunland
United Chapel in Marianna.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements (ph.
674-5449 or www.
HARRY (BUDDY) MURPHY
Mr. Harry (Buddy) Murphy,
63, of Blountstown, FL, passed
away Sunday night, November
2, 2008, at his home.
Buddy was born on July 7,
1945, in Brooksville, MS, and
had lived in Calhoun County for
over 35 years. He was manager
of Cargil Grain Elevators in
Blountstown for 35, years.
Buddy served his country in the
United States Marine Corp and
was a veteran of the, Vietnam
Conflict where he served two
tours. He was a member of the
First Baptist Church in
He was preceded in death by
a stepson, Wayne Daniels.
Survivors include his wife,,
Jean Murphy, of Blountstown;
three stepsons, Jimmy Lee of
.Tallahassee, Robert Daniels of
Blountstown,. Scott Daniels of
Lake City; one stepdaughter,
Madelyn Lee, of Charleston,
SC; two sisters, Johnnie
Brantley of Dexter, GA,
Jeanette Prichard of Dublin,
GA; several grandchildren and
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, November 6, at 2:00
p.m. (CT) at-Peavy Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. David
Throckmorton . officiating.
Interment will follow in the
Pippin Cemetery in Clarksville.
The family will receive friends
tonight, Wednesday, November
5, from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m.
(CT) at Peavy Funeral Home.
All arrangements are under
the direction of MarloA Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 850-674-2266.
Mr. J.W. O'Bryan, 78, of
Blountstown, passed away
October 29, 2008, in
Mr. O'Bryan was a lifelong
resident of Blountstown and
attended Calvary Baptist
Church. He loved fishing and the
The Park Church
22nd Street (Old Oak Terrace Bldg.)
SUNDAYS...11:30 A.M. "AG
WEDNESDAYS...7:00 P.M.l c
FRIDAYS...7:00 P.M. tof f"
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Morning Worship...11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM BlountstOWn, FL
Wednesday Service...7:O0 PM 850-674-4331
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674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon
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He was preceded in death by
his parents, E. J. and Estelle
.O'Bryan; a daughter, Linda Jean
O'Bryan; a grandson, Randall
Wayne "Randy" O'Bryan, Jr.;
and two brothers, Floyd and
He is survived by his wife,
Lula O'Bryan, of, Blountstown;
four sons, Paul Alday and his
wife, Janie, of Sanford, NC,
Ronnie O'Bryan and his wife,
Jenny, 'of Blountstown, Tim
O'Bryan and his wife, Nancy, of
Panama City, Wayne O'Bryan
and his wife, Marie, of Port St.
Joe; six daughters, Cindi
Sansom and her husband,
Jimmy, of Cross City, Ethel
Young of Port St. Joe, Tammy
Alday of Blountstown, Anne
Jourdan and her husband,
Donald, of Blountstown,
Magdaline Hand and her hus-
band," Billy, of Blountstown, and
Tracy Barton and her husband,
Eddie, of Blountstown; a broth-
er, E.G. O'Bryan; three sisters,
Mary Johnson, Alice, Stafford,
and L6ssie Mae Glass; 19 grand-
children and 14 great- grandchil-
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m., Sunday, November 2,
at Calvary Baptist Church with
Reverend Francis Carlisle offici-
ating. Interment -followed in
Sunny Hill Cemetery near
Adams Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements (ph.
674-5449 or online at
WILLARD B. PRICE
Mr. Willard B. Price, 75,
passed away Saturday, October
25, 2008, in Fowlerville, MI.
He was born on September
27, 1933, in Ocheesee, FL.
Willard served his country in
both the United States Air Force
and United States Coast, Guard
and he- retired from the Ford
Motor Company in Detroit, MI.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Donna;- a brother,
Charles D. Price; his parents,
William Davis Price and Velma
Goodson Price Sims.
Survivors include five chil-
dren, Maralyn, Carolyn, Kathy,
Mark and Kenny, all of
Michigan; one brother, Doug
Price, of Blountstown; one sister,
Alma Nell Duncan, of Michigan;
several grandchildren, nieces
Funeral services were held
Thursday, October 30, at 4:00
p.m. (CT) from the graveside at
the Wood Family Cemetery on
John F. Bailey Road. in
Blountstown with Rev. Edgar.
Fuqua and Rev. David Goodman
officiating. Interment followed.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 850-674-2266.
Wednesday, November 26th
5:30 - 7:00 PM
Free Will Baptist Church
19244 NE Slate Road 69 Blounislown. FL 32424
Ron Burger, Pastor
(850)674-5194 , .--, 24r,,= rI
SPlease call and let us know
how many will be coming
Bring the whole family and invite your
Friends and neighbors for a
complimentary Thanksgiving dinner on
Wednesday, November 26.
Irom 5:30-7.00 pm.
We look forward to /" .
seeing you there. i
Chrisan Home Free Will Bapst Church
19244 NE State Road 69, Blountstown, FL 32424
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...11:00 AM
Evening Worship...6:00 PM
Wednesday Service...6:00 PM
Ron Burger, Pastor
Come Be Our Guest!
St. Mary Missionary
16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL .
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
Sunday School 9:30 AM * Morning Worship - 11:00 AM
S Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday - 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday - 10 AM
Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL * 674-5725
Sunday School...9:30 AM * Worship Service...11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study...6:00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
and Jesus Christ Is Lord"
+ Meaningful Bible Study....................... 9:45 AM
Exciting Worship.............................. 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship...................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
d |Pastor David Throckmorton
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ
For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041
* MONUMENTS * SLABS
* CEMETERY ENGRAVING
80-6.79 -8 9
LAB ON PREMISES
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines
Laban Bontrager, DMD
12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417
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
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Locals chosen for Chipola Show Choir
The Chipola College Show Choir has selected 27 members for its 2008-09 group. Pictured from left, (front)
Courtney Corbin, Marianna; Kaleigh Owens, Sneads; Cassie Mitchell, Marianna; Kylee Shores, Marianna;
Mindy Shamblin, Donalsonville, GA; Kara Jumper, Graceville; Brenna Kneiss, Chipley; (second row)Josh
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Greenwood; Emily Harrison, Marianna; Madison Wester, Grand Ridge; Kyndall Covington, Arlington, TN; (back
row) Kris Sampson, Marianna; Cam Hitchcock; Garrett Brolund, Dothan, AL; Cuyler Engram, Blountstown;
Keith Watford, Graceville; Quintin Beachum, Campbellton; Kevin Shores, Marianna; JuJuan Clark,
Campbellton; Aaron Moore, Bonifay; Nathan Hauser, Bonifay; Atrayu Adkins, Marianna; and Geoffrey Poole,
Letters to the Editor continued
all the children were gone.
(The only ones that I specifical-
ly recall as still being there were
two teenage boys that I asked to
help put my tables and a kennel
in the van.) Because it was
dark and late, and taken two
trips to get things there, I left
some things to pick up the next
day. When I returned, I discov-
ered that some things had been
taken. I suspect children
because of what was taken.
Among these things was a
Halloween pumpkin that my
mother carved, that I intended
to return to her to use in her
decorations, and a scarecrow.
They also took a stool with iron
legs and a wooden seat that was
sentimental to me. (I know
now that I should not have left
it, but it was awkward to fit into
the overstuffed van and I didn't
expect someone to take it.)
Maybe there's a parent out
there who would like to know
where these things came from.
Still, I want to close with
something positive, the high-
light of my night. Even though
we failed to take any orders for
pet collars and tags, or sponsors
to. put' the U.S. Humane
Society's Youth Magazine,
"Kind News" in classes, there
were plenty of opportunities to
speak with people, and espe-
cially kids, about the Humane
Society's cause. It did my heart
good to.see the many children
who came up. and asked
whether they could contribute.
I remember all their faces, but
know the name of only one,
Amanda Senterfitt, (Angie from
the Elections Office's daugh-
ter). What a fine daughter
you're raising, Ms. Angie. You
can be so proud of her. She's
such a fine representative of all
the other children, like her, that
we can all be proud of.
Patti L. Wood
PS. The Humane Society is
continuing, with its efforts to
reduce the number of lost pets
that can't get home, and pro-
,mote humane- education for our
children. We will gladly order
(at cost) Boomerang collars and
tags, and take orders ,for "Kind
News" from sponsors. You can
call 674-4075 to do so.
The Calhoun County School Board proposes to
introduce and amend policies for Calhoun
County School as follows:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
CHAPTER 2--SCHOOL BOARD GOVERANCY
CHAPTER 6--HUMAN RESOURCES
CHAPTER 7--BUSINESS SERVICES
Introducing and Amending Policy:
2.20 Responsibilities and Authority of the Board
2.71 Bullying and Harassment
5.14 Homeless Students
5.71 Directory Information
5.711 Parental Access to Information
6.17 Appoiritment or Employment Requirements
7.70 Purchasing and Bidding
Most of these policy changes are necessitated
by changes in statute citations by the State of
Florida. The entire proposals are available for
viewing at the School Siperintendent's Office,
Room G-20, Calhoun County Court House,
A hearing will bfe held on the above policies In
the Courthouse In Blountstown, Florida at the
Regular School Board meeting beginning at 5:00
PM., CDT, Tuesday, November 11, 2008.
Grant Williams, Chairman
Calhoun County School Board
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools
STATE HOUSING INmATIVES
THE CALHOUN BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS WILL ACCEPT SEALED BIDS ON
BEHALF OF ITS STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES
- PARTNERSHIP "SHIP" PROGRAM FOR THE
REHAB OF HOUSES UNTIL 12:00 PM. LOCAL
TIME ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2008.
BIDS MAY BE DELIVERED TO THE CLERK'S
OFFICE IN THE CALHOUN COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424,
BIDS MUST ARRIVE BEFORE DEADLINE.
BIDS, WILL BE OPENED ON NOVEMBER 18,
2008 AT 5:00 P.M. OR AS SOON AFTERWARDS
BIDS MUST BE SEALED IN A ENVELOPE
MARKED 'SEALED BID FOR "SHIP REHAB"
AND IDENTIFIED BYTHE NAME OFTHE FIRM,
AND THE DATE AND TIME OF THE BID OPEN-
IBID SHEETS AND SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE
OBTAINED BY CONTACTING DOWLING PAR-
RISH, SHIP ADMINISTRATOR, 20859 EAST
CENTRAL AVENUE, ROOM 309,
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA, TELEPHONE (850)
674-8046 OR 674-2571.
A MANDATORY PREBID CONFERENCE WILL
BE HELD ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2008,
AT 9:00 A.M. LOCAL TIME IN THE CALHOUN
BUILDING DEPARTMENT LOCATED ON THE
3RD FLOOR OF THE CALHOUN COUNTY
REHABS WILL BE BID. IT IS THE RESPONSI-
BILITY OF THE VENDOR/CONTRACTOR TO
PURCHASE ALL PERMITS DEEMED NECES-
BIDDERS MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF GEN-
ERAL LIABILITY AND WORKMAN'S COMPEN-
SATION INSURANCE IN THE BID PACKAGE.
THE INSURANCE MUST BE IN FORCE AT THE
TIME OF THE BID OPENING. AS AN ALTER-
NATIVE TO PROVIDING WORKMAN'S COM-
PENSATION INSURANCE, THE PROSPECTIVE
BIDDER SHALL PROVIDE PROOF OF WORK-
ER'S COMPENSATION EXEMPTION. ANY
PERSON CLAIMING TO BE EXEMPT SHALL
BE SUBJECT TO AN ON-THE-JOB INSPEC-
TION FOR PROOF OF EXEMPTION AND
LICENSE OF ALL WORKERS ON JOB SITE.
MINORITY CONTRACTORS ARE ENCOUR-
AGED TO PARTICIPATE. CALHOUN
COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY JURIS-
THE CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS AND TO WAIVE
THE SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT IS CON-
TINGENT UPON THE APPROVAL OF AND/OR
RELEASE OF FUNDS BY THE FLORIDA
HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY.
CALHOUN COUNTY IS /AN EQUAL OPPOR-
TUNITY/FAIR HOUSING COUNTY.
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,
OF CALHOUN COUNTY WILL BE ACCEPTING;
SEALED BIDS FOR. NEW SEPTIC SYSTEMS
UNTIL 12:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
18, 2008. BIDS WILL BE OPENED ON NOVEM-
BER 18, 2008 AT 5:00 P.M. OR AS SOON
THEREAFTER AS IS PRACTICAL.
SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP IN THE
"SHIP"'OFFICE OR THE BUILDING DEPART-
MENT. FOR MORE INFORMATION YOU MAY
CALL DOWLING PARRISH AT
THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY
CASE NO.: 07-43-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RALPH EUGENE BURT, SR.
NOTICE OF CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of RALPH
EUGENE BURT, SR. whose date of death was
February 27, 2007, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 20859 Central Avenue E,
Room 130, Blountstown, Florida. The names
and addresses 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 within this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
All other creditors pf the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
NOTWITHSTANDING THETIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIMING FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice
is OCTOBER 29, 2008.
RALPH EUGENE BURT, JR.
5410 North West Skyline Dr.
Altha, FL 32421
SHER L. ALLAN. ESQ.
731 Oak Avenue
Panama City, FL 32401
Florida Bar No.: 0847951
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
Dead e Monday Noon
Please Email Your Ads to
Heating, Air Conditioning & Insulation
* 5ering This Area For 21 Years
* Full Time Office and Sales Deparrmrrent
211 Depot Ave. Blountstown, Fla.
SALES. SERVICE AND INSTALLATION
AUDIO & VIDEO EXPERTS
FOR HOME, CAR AND BOATS
Mathew & Dara Layfield
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Residential & Commercial
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James Eugene Silcox LLC
Residential Framing & Remodeling
11856 NW Glory Hill Road
Altha, FL 32421
Well Drilling 1
Mike Purvis, Owner
SALES & REPAIRS
6:i - 8
ACME APPLIANCE REPAIR
Reasonable Rates/Friendly Service
Warranty Service On
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u PAVU PON PROFESSIONALS
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Ceramic File, Floonng, Drvwdll. Plumbing, Additions. Decks
Panting. Roofing, Siding, Carpentrr
(850)674-6410 or 447-0810
Over 35 years experience * Licensed & Insured
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SAND & CONCRETE
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20301 NW E'ans Aenue
Blounlitsown, FL 32424 CELL: 850-6,43-6162
FAX: 850 674-2209 JASON SUGGS
Williams Home Improvements
Serving Calhoun County Since 1990 t ,i,.
No Job Too Big or Small" * NO MONET
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PRESSURE CLEANING COMPLETION
CERAMIC TILE HONEST * DEPENDABLE
SEAMLESS GUTTERS FREE ESTIMATES
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* Pruning & Trimming GRINDING
* 150' Aerial Bucket Best Prices
- Storm Damage Tes rea
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Res/-de7/11al . Commercial
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Call 67.4-3-434 or 1-800-628-8733
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65 Years Accumulation
Saturday, November 22, 9:00
Stanley's Auction Barn
1-Mile East of Greenwood, FL
AU044 / AB491
Saturday, November 15, 8:30
1-Mile, East of Greenwood, FL
on Highway 69 Fort Rd.
CARS & TRUCKS
1979 Ford F-100 SWB, good con-
dition, $1800. Call 762-8136.
2008 GMC Envoy SLT, loaded,
brand new, less than 1000 miles,
black w/gray leather, $24,500. Call
643-6702, 674-8664, ask for Lisa or
674-5470, leave message.
2005 Toyota 4-Runner, black,
loaded, excellent condition, 80,400
miles. $18,000. Call 850-579-4017.
1988 Buick, make offer. Call 674-
Mobile home, 1 & 2 bedroom on
John F. Bailey Road, SR 20 W,
Blountstown. $85 to $145 weekly.
Deposit required. All utilities includ-
ed. NO PETS. Also RV for rent.
14 x 70 - 2 bedroom'mobile home
on 1/2 acre, dead end street. Semi-
furnished.. No Pets, $300 deposit,
$400 month. Rental references
required. Call 674-4011
RV trailers $75 - $80 week, most,
utilities furnished; 2 bdr
when available. Call 674-4
3 bedroom house for
Blountstown. Call for inf
3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile
Computers,for sale - new
ry refurbished computers,
Inkjet & Laser Printers, C
ROM, CD Drives, Zip Drive
Drive and Software. Call R
Peterson at (850) 674-295
Crozier St., Blountstown.
Gas ceramic fire logs,
condition, includes set of I
dogs and a brass poker s
floral couch with 1 match
$100; incline tread mill,
$300; cocktail table with 2
end tables, $100; curio
$100. Call 643-4647.
12 ga. shotgun, $160.00
bolt action, $40. Call 643-4
Computer, printer, table
new. 1,000, Call 643-4647
1984 Honda Shadow
motorcycle, runs good, n
job, $1500 OBO, will do p
call for details. Call 674-17
Children's clothes, so
clothes, household items, s
bike, $15, double stroller,
stepper,$25, tread mill, $1
243 Browning Automatic with
Leupold Scope, $1,000 OBO. Call
Oak Twin/full bunk bed, $100;
White metal twin/twin bunk bed,
$75.00. Call 850-557-7141, leave
Glass top, electric stove, 4 years
ild, excellent condition, 4 burners,
free stariding, color white, $150.
Fax/printer, excellent condition, call
r. trailers GE 46" TV, good condition, $300.
011. Sofa and loveseat, blue plaid, excel-
lent condition, $400. Call 850-579-,
Free oak firewood available, all on
e home in ground, some cut already, bring saw.
No pets. Call 674-3905, mornings or evening
or come to Woodman's and Creek
intersection, Hwy. 73N by Four Mile
or facto- FREE PETS
Monitors, F REE-_PETSt
'D's, CD- Free kittens. Call 674-8682.
3ussell A. Free male chocolate lab, 1 year old.
58, 17785 Call 850-557-7141, leave message.
brass fire OPPORT
et, $100; $AVON$
ing chair, Earn 50%, Starter Kit only $10
like new, Call today: (850) 570-1499
A Terrific Opportunity!
Liberty National Life Insurance
0, I20 ga. Company
4647. $100,000+ Earning Potential,
Benefits, Pension, 401(k), BCBS
and chair, Insurance. Call 1-800-257-5500.
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED. No
w vt700c CDL? No Problem! $900 weekly.
ew paint Home weekends, with TMC.
payments, Company endorsed CDL Training.
r40, leave 1-866-280-5309.
me adult LOST & FOUND
$50, stair Found - Small part Blue Healer dog
00. Call in the parking lot of the Calhoun-
and the Best Times to Hunt & Fish
Blountstown Small Engine
simply go to our website and click
on Fishing Report
the Count pRecord
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
"The Best Place to Live"
Button Creek ApartUmenit
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
Equal Housing Opportunity#
Liberty Employer's Credit Union on
Monday,' October 27th. Has on a
blue harness and has no tail. Very
friendly. Call 674-4527.
J ETS FOR SALE
5 male Pekinese puppies, first
shots and wormed, asking #00.
-Health certificate included. Ready to
go. Call 379-3242 or 544-8984.
"Compass Lake in the Hills,
Jackson County, one acre lot for
sale. Property owners enjoy 2 lakes
for fishing and boating, clubhouse
with pool table, TV room and restau-
rant, swimming pool, tennis, basket-
ball, racquetball courts, volleyball,
golf driving range, stables with
horseback riding, pontoon boat
rentals, cabinets for rent, camp-
ground for RV's and more.
Homeowners Association dues and
taxes only $350.00 a year. Priced to
sell at $18,000. Call 850-227-5380.
Eight Acres for Sale in Kinard off
Highway 73. Property is partially
cleared, has a new never used sep-
COZY NEW HOME ON NICE SHADY LOT
tic tank, well with pump in storage
building, electric pole, security light,
small travel trailer, and nice neigh-
bors. The land is ready to build on,
and cannot be subdivided. Priced at
$59,000 to sell. Call 850-227-5380.
*PAINTING * OR JUST NAME IT!
Wanted: pasture land & hay fields
to rent or lease in Calhoun County.
WANTED - A Stabilizer Towing
Package for a 26 ft. Mallard RV. Call
Jean or Bobby at 850-835-4552.
Family yard sale Saturday, 7:00 -
12 noon,. 4th Street & Hwy. 71N,
Blountstown. Clothing, shoes and
handbags for misses, juniors, and
girls; baby items; household items,
toys, books, etc.
Yard sale, Saturday, 8-12 CT, Hwy.
71N, across from high school at old
Eubanks Insurance.. Lots of house-
hold and decor items and a little bit
Yard sale Saturday, corner of Hentz
and Church St. Lots of outside chil-
dren's toys and clothes, household
Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 - 2:00 at
16567 SW Gaskin St., Blountstown.
dishes, plants, jewelry, home decor,
Christian Home Woman's Auxiliary
yard sale Saturday, from 7:00 until
12 'noon, Hwy. 69 North of
Blountstown behind Christian Home
FWB Church in recreation building.
Baked goods, Happy Home flavor-
ing, Christiar Home Auxiliary
Cookbooks, gas wall furnace, over-
head projector, computer, pc moni-
tor, dishes, clothes, shoes, new
crafts, books, and misc. items. Free
Coffee & Cookies - Rain or shine.
Contact 674-4368 for more informa-
Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 - 12:00
at 11827 State Road 20 W., just past
Clarksville General Store on, left.
Multi-family yard sale Saturday,
8:00 a.m. until at 20747 SE Elmore
St., Blountstown. Clothes, house-
hold items, vintage dishes and much
. Yard sale Saturday, at 19191 NE
Oak Hill Dr., Blountstown 7:00 - 12
noon. No early birds. Baby clothes,
baby toys, baby stroller, kids clothes,
size 4-6 and misc. items. Call 447-
1350 or 674-3859.
Central Ave. 674-5041
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