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Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 2005
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The Calhoun-Liberty




JOURNAL


Volme 5, umeri.1 2 '~~Wedesa, an 2,205


Newly-elected

Rep. David Coley

diagnosed with

cancer of the liver
by Teresa Eubanks,
Journal Editor
David Coley,
who succeeded
Bev Kilmer for
the District 7
state representa-
tive's seat, has
been diagnosed
SiLth liver can-
cer.
The ned s
became public
Thursday night ,. --
when Speaker of the House Allen Bense dis-
cussed it during a meeting.
At that meeting. Bense read from a letter
he %%rote to House members in %% which he said.
"Dave is planning to be back at full speed soon.
While he faces some tough times ahead as he
and his doctors determine the best method for
treating and controlling his condition, it is no
surprise to all of us %%ho know him that Davne is
facing-this adversity with the same determina-
tion and optimism with which he has served the
.public for years."
Cole 43. said he and doctors are still evalu-
ating treatment options and he \\ill be consult-
ing specialists.
The cancer \\as discovered after he un-
derwent tests for an infection, according to
reports.
Coley expects to undergo chemotherapy and
said he does not expect it to interfere with his
legislative duties.
He is scheduled to be the guest speaker at
next week's Liberty County Chamber of Com-
merce banquet. The banquet will be held at
Veterans Memorial Civic Center Monday night.
beginning at 7 p.m.

Bristol man charged_


with burglary
& grand-theft
by Teresa Eubanks,
Journal Editor
A Bristol man who was
recently released from pris-
on found himself behind


bars again Monday after he admitted to enter-
ing a home and stealing a number of DVDs and
video games valued at approximately $900.
Joshua McMillan, 23, is charged with bur-
glary of an unoccupied dwelling and grand
theft.
He was previously imprisoned on similar
charges. according to Investigator Steve Swier
of the Liberty County Sheriff's Department.
According to the Department of Corrections
records, McMillian served a little over four
months before his release on Aug. 30 of last
year.
McMillan's recent arrest stemmed from a
See BURGLARY continued on page 8


The clock is
ticking on the
time to make
decisions for
commissioners
PAGE 8


ABOVE: An emergency worker crouches on the hood of a car to get to the injured driver after his vehicle tvas hit
by a pickup that ran a stop sign. The pickup that struck it is shown behind the car. JOHNt-i EUBAWKS PHOTOS


Injured man dies two days


after Church Street collision


by Teresa Eubariks, Journal Editor
A 28-sear-old Calhoun County
man has died after sustaining head
injuries when his car was hit b\ a
pickup that ran a stop sign Sunday
afternoon in Blountstow n.
Michael Gene Wise was pro- z......J
nounced dead Tuesday afternoon
at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, .
according to Blountstowxn Police
Chief Glenn Kimbrel.
Rescue workers had to use the -
Jaws of Life to extract Wise from
the wreckage of his 1990J Toyoa kta... .
Camry after the truck ran into the
driver's side door.
The 2000 Chevrolet pickup,
dri\ en by Ste\ en Adamn Jordan. 20,
of Marianna. %as traveling west
on Lambert Street shortly before
3 p.m. when he failed to heed the stop sign at the in-
tersection of Lambert and Church Street. The pickup
slammed into the side of Wise's car. w which was going
south on Church Street. according to the report from the
Blountstown Police Department.
The impact sent both vehicles approximately 30 feet
before landing in a ditch on the south side of Lambert
Street.
The crash caused the driver's side door to case in.
pinning Wise between the door and the driver's seat.
Wise \ as found unconscious and \ as bleeding from
his mouth and nose.
After haN ing a tow\ truck pull the pickup out from the
car door. members of the Blounisto%% n Fire Department
used the Jav\ s of Life to peel back the roof of the car
and then cut the dnier's door off the hinges to 'et to
the injured man.
"It was a hard impact for a residential area." said


Blountsto%\n Fire Chief Ben Hall. He said it was a
challenging extraction but ever thing went smoothly."
because the fire department has a complete set of Jaws
of Life cutting tools, purchased a year ago through a
FEMA grant.
Wise was taken by ambulance to an emergency
helicopter and then flown to Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
Jordan was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign.
Other charges are pending.


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Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JANUARY 12,2005


Charges are pending after wreck


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Charges are pending against
a Calhoun County woman after
a single vehicle crash on State
Road 7.1 North, near Bob Guil-
ford Road Saturday at-2:16 p.m.
Deputy Nick Keller with the
Calhoun County Sheriff's Office
responded to a call reporting the
wreck and found Kathryn Inez'
Elrod, 48, leaning against the
passenger's side of a 1994 Honda
in a ditch on the south side of
4he road.
Keller approached Elrod and
asked for her license and vehicle
information and inquired if she
needed medical assistance. He
noted that she was, unsteady on
her feet, her speech was slurred
and she smelled strongly of al-
cohol. When he asked what had
happened, she replied that she did
not know. .
She %\ as incoherent and failed
to acknowledge him when he
asked for her license, he pointed
out in his report.
"By looking at the skid marks
and damage to the vehicle, it
appears as though Elrod was
traveling south %hen she exited
the road, swerved -back toward.
the center, crossing the center


line before swerving back to the
south side of the road, where she
exited the pavement," the report
read. "The vehicle then struck'
a fence with the rear passenger
side before it struck a tree also,.
causing the car to counter rotate,
in the ditch and then strike the
fence with the driver's side."
Elrod refused transport by


ambulance but allowed a family
member to take her to the emer-
gency room.
After an FHP Trooper arrived,
he requested that blood be taken
from the driver to determine her
level of impairment.
The car, which was totaled,
was registered to Shaleen Lynette
Cauley.


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A Calhoun County man was
arrested on an assault charge after
he allegedly kicked in a door and
threatened a woman, according to
a report from the Calhoun County
Sheriff's .Office.
Charged was Steve Shiver,
43.
The deputy's report states that
Shiver went to where the woman
was staying on Nov. 24 around
7:30 p.m.
He went inside, walked through-
*the home and then kicked in the
bedroom door, where he found
the woman. He told her he had-
some belongings in the room he
%wanted to get.


The report says he then told
her he was going out of town and
he wanted her to be gone when he
returned. If she was there when
he returned, he threatened injury,
the report stated.
He then began yelling and
cursing, approaching the woman
and pointing his finger in her face.
She got out of bed and went into
the kitchen.
He followed and continued
yelling and cursing. After ap-
proaching her again and threat-
ening her once more, he turned
around, walked out of the house
and drove away.
He \\as arrested Jan. 8.


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CALHOUN COUNTY
Jan. 2: Makion Kirkland, possession of more than 20
grams, possession of paraphernalia, possession of con-
cealed firearm.
Jan. 3: Joan L. Strickland, VOP; Thomas Edwin Ever-
ett, driving while license suspended or revoked, attaching
tag not assigned; John W. Couch, VOP (state).
Jan. 4: Saprina A. Davis, battery; Anthony D. Combs,
SVOP (state); Pattie E. Sapp, burglary of dwelling, petty
theft, VOP (state, Jackson Co.).
Jan. 5: Daniel Loomis, VOP; Matthew Speights, child
support (Leon Co.); Grady Dewayne Helms, VOP (state);
Shanta Hogue, VOP (state); Nelson Allen Trickey, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphet-
amine, driving while license suspended or revoked.
Jan. 6: Roosevelt Peterson, VOP (state); Seneca Ad-
dison, battery; Ellis Morrow, VOP (county); Jose Mija Ruiz,
sentenced from court; Eddie Bailey, child support.
Jan. 7: Ronald Wise, VOP (county); Stacy Godwin, VOP
(state); Matthew Gay, driving while license suspended or
revoked; Robert Faircloth, FTA, worthless checks.
Jan. 8: Steven Shiver, assault; Dodie Eason, VOP
(county); Danika Young, warrant, FTA.
Jan,9: Reginald Mathis, possession of drug parapher-
nalia, no valid driver's license, possession of cocaine;
S.B. Rogers, possession of cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia; Luis Vasquez, loitering and prowling, re-
sisting arrest without violence; Jay Allen Pitts, domestic
battery.

LIBERTY COUNTY
Jan. 3: Christopher Collins, serving 6 months.
Jan. 4: Mark Anthony Hunter, felony, driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked; Cynthia Williams, holding
for Calhoun Co.; Miguel V. Silva, FTA, DUI.
Jan. 5: Christina Sampson, serving 120 days.
Jan. 6: Prince Cromartie, holding for Leon Co.; Robert
Rowland, holding for court.
Jan. 7: David Charles Snipes, driving while license
suspended or.revoked; Stacy P. Godwin, holding for
Calhoun Co:; Dexter Robinson, holding for Gadsden Co.
detainerr), holding for court (Liberty Co.); Panayote Mat-
-thews, serving 60 days; David C. Snipes, VOP; Michael
A. Thomas, driving while license suspended or revoked
with knowledge.
Jan. 8: Dodie Eason, holding for Calhoun Co.
Jan. 10: Josh McMillan, burglary, grand theft.

SLstingsincludenamefollowedbychargeandidentificationofarrestingagency. The namesabove represent
those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed Innocent untilproven guilty.
Blountstown Police Dept. .
Jan. 3, through Jan. 9, 2005
Citations issued:
Accidents::............02 Traffic Citations........ .........06
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)....249
Business alarms. .01 Residentialalarms...........00
Com saints ......... ................... i 93
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thrown up on her furniture and
floor. Some hair, which did not
come from the home's occupant,
was found in the bathtub.
The stolen clothing included a
pair of size 10 blue jeans, a pair
of size 8 Timberland boots and
several t-shirts.


The suspect showed some t-
shirts to someone who described
them and found they matched
those that were taken from the
home.
One shirt was a tye-dyed de-
sign; the other had a Daytona
Raceway logo.


A woman who allegedly en-
tered a home on McClellan Farm
Road last month and helped her-
self to a bottle of vodka and sev-
eral items of clothing, including
some readily-identifible t-shirts,
has been charged with burglary
and petty theft, according to a
report from the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office.
PattieElizabeth Sapp, 50, was
reportedly in possession of a bag
of clothing and a bottle of vodka
the day after the theft.
According to the investigat-
:ing deputy's report, a neighbor
noticed the front and back doors.
were left open at the home when
no one was there on Dec. 12.
When the homeowner returned,
she found that some food, cloth-
ing and the bottle of vodka were
missing and that someone had


An intoxicated man was. ar-
rested early Sunday morning after
he spent several minutes trying to
dodge a deputy as the two men
crawled underneath a trailer on
Gum Street.
Deputy Mark Mallory of the
.Calhoun County Sheriff's Office
responded to a call about noises'
coming from underneath a mo-


Hunter injured after being

thrown from boat into river
Two Wewahitchka men escaped serious injury after a piece of
cardboard floating in the Apalachicola River caused their 14-foot ves-
sel to turn sharply, according to a report from the Fish and Wildlife
Commission.
Jimmy Nunery. 52, and his passenger, Ryan Scott Combs, 22, were
near Mile Marker 50 in Liberty County when their boat went out of
control around 10 a.m. on Dec. 26.
The cardboard caused their 40 hp motor to turn abruptly and threw
both men off the starboard (right) side of the boat. Nunery was wear-
ing a life jacket: Combs \\as not.
Combs received a minor cut to the right hip when he was first
ejected. He sustained a more serious cut %%hen the spinning propeller
struck him in the right thigh.
The men were %'\ith se% era] others %%ho were hunting along the
river, who helped the pair back into their boat. The' were met at the
boat ramp b\ an ambulance, -\ which transported Combs to Gulf Coast
Community Hospital in Panama Cit\. He \%as treated and released.

Fireworks blamed for barn burning
Firefighters responding to a structure fire Friday arrived to find an
abandoned barn fully engulfed on Alice Vreelaiid Road in the Mossy.
Pond Communumt. -
The owner of the home told sheriff's deputies that his son and. a
friend had been pla ing ,. ith bottle rockets in the ard next to the build-
ing moments before the\ ran to tell him it \\ as'on fire. The children
ackno\w pledged that one of the bottle rockets might ha\e flown over
to\% ard the barn, according to the report filed by Deputy Nick Keller
w ith the. Calhoun County Sheriff's Department.
The state fire marshal's office was not contacted since the kids
admitted to starting the tire and the owner said there would d not be an
insurance claim.


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bile home around 5 a.m. The
complainant reported hearing
noises beginning around 1 a.m.
and thought the sounds were be-
ing made by an animal. When
someone went outside to look,
they saw a Hispanic man hiding
under the trailer.
As the deputy continued to
go under the house to catch the
man, the suspect slipped out from
beneath the trailer and ran off.
Mallory caught up with him
after a brief foot chase.
After making contact with an
interpreter, the suspect's name
was found to be 21-year-old Luis
Vasquez. The deputy's report
rioted that Vasquez was intoxi-
cated and admitted that he had
been drinking beer.
Vasquez was charged with loi-
tering and prowling, and resisting
an officer without violence.

Traffic stop
leads to arrest
A hollowed-out ink pen with
traces of methamphetamine-was
found in a vehicle during a traffic
stop last week on County Road
274, near J,P. Peacock Road,
resulting in charges being filed
against the driver, Nelson Allen
Trickey, 49.
Trickey was traveling east
around 9 a.mh. on Jan. 5 when
Calhoun County Sheriff's Deputy
Jared Nichols noticed that his
license tag was obscured by hang-
ing wires.
After the deputy pulled over
Trickey's 1995 Ford pickup,
he ran a computer check on the
driver. and discovered that his
license had been suspended just
two days earlier.
- During a search of the vehicle,
the deputy looked in the dash
compartment under the radio
and found a hollowed-out pen
which was melted on one end
and contained a grain-like sub-
stance inside, which he believed
to be methamphetamine. The
substance.later tested positive for
the illegal drug.
Trickey was arrested and
charged with possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of
methamphetamine and driving
while license suspended or re-
voked.

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VMR plan train rides

for Blue Grass Festival
Two thousand and four was a good year for
the Veterans MemorialPark Railroad. We've
started putting on special events the Hal-
loween Ghost Train and Christmas run were
very popular and we thank a lot of local resi-
dents for their help and generosity with these.
This year we hope to do more. On April 9
we will join forces, ith the Liberty County
Arts Council for the second annual Blue Grass
Festival and we'll run free train rides all day.
If any local churches or organizations would
like to put on an Easter egg hunt in the park for
the kids, we will open the train for rides. :
The park has great facilities for cook-outs
andpicnics. \We can be booked for private par-
ties. There is a small fee of $25.
This year, our normal run day will be the
second Saturday of the month, from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. weather permitting. We would like
to run two Saturdays but we need more vol-
unteers to help run the train. So, if you've al-
ways dreamed of driving a train or would like
to book a party, please call To-m Keenan at
643-5235, Babs Moran at 643-5491 or Becky
Brown at 379-8456.

AARP meeting on Social

Security and Medicare
from AARP Calhoun County Chapter #3096
The next AARP. meeting, set for Jan. 27, will
be very important for everybody Most people
are not aware that the government is considering
putting a cap on Medicare to save money and
charging Social Securit, for setting up private
investments from Social Security. whetherr you
want pri\ ate investments or not. This will reduce
your monthly Social Security payments.
AARP opposes these government plans to
save money. If you do not want these govern--
ment plans to be enacted you need to be at our
next meeting to sign a peittion in opposition to
be furnished our AARP representath es in Wash-
ington DC.
For further information, call Paul, E. Panek
and Carolyn F. Panek. regional AARP advocates
at 674-8490. Please leave \our phone number
and name if you call and do not reach us as we.
may be out or just outside.




Master Wildlifer Program

being offered on Feb. 8
-: UF/IFAS,:Liberty*County-Extension
IMaster Wildilfer is a satellite broadcast, Clemson
TUni\ersiry Extension short-course forlandownei s
and land managers across the southeast who are
interested in inte.ratin wv.ildlife considerations into
their current land use. Fanners. foresiland om neos
and others interested in wildlife will find Mlaster
Wildlifer to be a wealth of practical information
that \\ill serxe as a guide to develop and impion e
wildlife habitat on their land. Special emphasis
will be placed on wildlife species (game species;
that currently\ offer land\ niers additional sources
of income through recreational access fees.
The Liberty County Extension office will be
showing \ ideos of the program the week follow -
ing the hin e schedule beguininig Feb. 8. 2005 at the
Veteran's Memorial Civic Center.
Each attendee t ill pa\ $95 for the course Those
sharing materials \\ ith a registered attendee t\ ill paN
$20. Registrants ; ill receive the book,Manging
I11 life by Yarrow and Yarrow. presentation notes
for each session and a binder to store these notes.
Persons completing six of the seen sessions \\ill
recei a Master Wildlifer 2005 certificate and cap.
Please register by Jan. 14. 2005. Registrations after
: Jan. 14 w\ill be $115 and accepted until Feb. 8.
Please come by theLiberty County Extension of-
fice. located in the Veteran's Memorial Civic Center.
.Pc*l, -7i- ...re ..erro .


4 4-H Sportsman Club meets at
Veterans Memorial Civic Center after school
Liberty County Children's Coalition
meets at 11 a.m., Emergency Management Building
Rotary Club meets at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, noon
Boy Scout Troop 200 & 203
meets at 6:30p.m., Mormon Church

AA meets 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. west door


Liberty Women's Club meets at 11 a.m., Apalachee Restaurant
One-Stop/Workforce Investment Act Committee
meets at 5 p.m. at the One-Stop Center in Marianna
Chipola Regional Workforce Development Board
general meeting at 6 p.m. at the One-Stop Center in Marianna
Search & Rescue meets at
Westside Fire Dept in Blountstown, 6:30 p.m.
AA meets 7 p.m., basement of Calhoun County Courthouse


Dance at the American Legion Hall, Blountstown, 6 12p.m.


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Eastern Star Pancake Breakfast at the Masonic Lodge,
Hwy. 20 West in Blountstown, 7-9 a.m. I

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Bulldog Club meets 7 p.m. at the LCHS field house


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Calhoun Co. Chamber of Commerce
membership meets 12 noon at the Calhoun Co. Sr. Citizens
Core CEU Pesticides Training
begins at 4:30 p.m. at tre Calhoun Co. Extension Office
Calhoun County Commission meets 5 p m. Calhoun Co. Counrnouse
Calhoun County Industrial Developmental Authority
5 p.m. in Calhoun Co. EOC, Room 0-35
Brownie Troop 158 meet
at 7 8:30 p.m.. at Veterans Alemorial Civic Center
Dixie 109 Masonic Lodge meets 7 p.m. ai Masonic Lodge, Blountsiown
Liberty Sports Baseball meets at Veterans Memorial Park. 7:30 p.m.
Hosford-Telogia VFD meets 7:30 p.m., Hosford Fire Station
Liberty County School Board meets 7:30 p.m., at the
Liberty Education and Administrative Center in the library


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Indoor Community Stomp

dance to be held in B-town
The Blountstown Indian Community and the
Oklaknekunfuskee Ceremonial grounds will hold
an indoor Stomp Dance to honor the community
elders and leaders. A traditional meal will precede
the dancing. Dinner is about 6 p.m. (CT) at the
W.T. Neal Civic Center in Blountstown.
The Stomp Dance is.one of several activities at
the heart of Creek traditional culture, which also
include stickball and the Green Corn Ceremonial,
a week long gathering held in mid summer and
the high point of the Creek social life.
Many other tribes have stomp dancing as part
of their culture including the Seminole, Micco-
sukee, Alabama-Coushatta, Euchee, Keetowah,
Cherokee and Shawnee. Sometimes, in the winter
months, Creek Ceremonial Grounds will hold in-
door dances to socialize and raise funds for need-
ed equipment or supplies for use at the Ceremo-
nial Grounds. Increased contact between the large
number of Creek Stomp Dancers in Oklahoma
and the smaller Creek communities in Alabama
and Florida have led-to a growing number of song
leaders in the younger generation of Indians.
Harjo Sewell, 14, a member of the Oklakne-
Kunfuskee Ceremonial Grounds, one of two
Apalachicola Ceremonial Grounds in Calhoun
County, is an example of the young people in to-
day's community striving to preserve tradition. He
often will lead the ceremonial dances and speeches
the same as men two or three times his age.
The stomp dances are a time of visiting among
relatives and catching up on news for members
who live in other areas. Many times Apalachicola
Indian elder. Andrew Ramsey, Chief of the white e
Earth {EkvnvHytke) Ceremonial Grounds will
give a blessing in the Apalachicola Creek language
to commence the e\ ening's dances. The time spent
at the stomp dances indoorf'are often gread) en-
joyed and looked forward to by everyone.
Everyone is welcome to come. There is -no
charge for this event. For more information, call
862-2989.

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FSU keeps Martin. Luther King Jr.'s 'Dream Alive'

with acclaimed speaker and stage production


in Ruby Diamond Auditorium.
Rogers will take the audience
on a journey of King's speeches
from the 1963 march on Wash-
ington where King delivered
his "I Have A Dream" speech
to his final words given in 1968
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speech will set the background
for "Diream Alive," a campus-
wide. celebration of King's
life through the arts on .center
stage.
The Florida State University
and the Godby High School gos-
pel choirs, graduate student and
jazz vocalist Inga Swearingen,
Phlava dance troupe and the
FSU Barbershop Quartet will
join Rogers in the performance.
In addition, various students
and groups will contribute to
the event to honor King, such as
the Multicultural Ambassadors,
the student chapter of NAACP
and Kylie Williams, Miss FSU
2004.
"I expect to feel as if Martin
Luther King Jr. is addressing
the audience," said Joy Bowen,
director of the Office of Mul-
ticultural Affairs. "I think the


audience will be riveted to their
seats as they witness this stir-
ring performance."
A practicing attorney in Colo-
rado, Rogers is nationally recog-
nized for his work and commit-
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He demonstrates his vision
by speaking for the national
"Dream Alive" program, which
is committed to the memory
and legacy of King and leaders
of the Civil Rights Movement.
In 2003, Rogers completed his
term as the nation's youngest
lieutenant governor and only
the fourth African-American in
American history elected as a
state's second chief executive.
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rights movement, dedicated his life to turning
his dream of equal justice and civil rights for
all mankind into a reality. Through his famous
words of peace and hope, he inspired the peo-
ple of this nation to stand up for their rights and
demand them in a nonviolent way.
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middle school and high school
students led by FSU student
mentors on stereotypes and
leadership. The students will
then join in a commemora-
tive civil rights march from the
Student Life Building to Ruby
Diamond Auditorium, where
the main performance will take
place.
The public is invited to at-
tend all events.


Henry Cabbage, Media Re-
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Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, will be the fea-
tured speaker at the Tuesday,
Jan. 18 membership meeting of
the Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce.
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a short video tape.
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LATE NIGHT LAUGHS
-A RECAP OF RECENT OBSERVATIONS
BY LATE NIGHT TELEVISION HOSTS.


Ocean buoys that measure wind & wave actions can provide warnings

Not enough attention is paid to

geopolitical issues until too late


Jared Diamond is a geographI
professor at the University of
California at Los Angles and a
Pulitzer Prize m inning author.
His latest book. Collapse: H,'- i
Socicties ChoOsC to Fail or Suc-
ted. is a discussion of ho% great
civ ilizations of the past failed..
Business Week magazine ,
reviewed the book. and the re-
v iew er stated that the author may
be a bit pessmnustic in his iews.
but he makes a good point about
America's potential for failure.
The reviewer noted that Dia-
mond reports 12 unsustainable
Ecological trends from the ruin
of natural habitats to atmospheric
change brought about. by an in-
creasing world population and
the rush of developing nations
to achieve First World living
standards. Diamond believes that
ecological issues x\ ill be resolved
but not necessarily in the best


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Jerry Cox is a retired military officer
rand writer iir, an extensive back-
ground in domesir: and loreiqn policy
: sues He Is es in Sralimar Fla.


other with every passing day.
The Southeast Asia nations
de stated b\ the tsunami are
dependent on ithe good will and
charity of other nations to help
them through difficult times.
Thousands more would die if
countries like America did not
come to their aid.
National leaders. Americaf
included, pay little attention to
geopolitical issues until disaster
strikes. Then they act. Could the
tsunami hate been prevented?
No, it was a natural disaster.


- winerest Li ,'-ueca. Could people have been w arned
The distribution and avail- in sufficient time to minimize the
ability of the world's food and loss of life? Yes, because seismic
water is disproportionate among
developed and Third World coun- areas along with uceae bUovs
tries. The industrialized nations, a a w c
that measure winds and wave
particularly America. consume .
a disproportionate share of the actions would pro% ide a means of
- world's food. after and energy raming coastal areas of pending
S supply. Simply put. we have it, disaster, but governments have to
they don't, but thev want it. fund such a project.
S' Not many people give much The buoys exist todav in plac-
thought to the world food supply es such as the Gulf of Mexico.
unless they are one of the world's You can access the buo) s via the
thousands of starving people. The Internet and get current wind and
survivors of the tsunami disaster wa e information.
in Southeast Asia are thinking .
of the basic needs of life food:, There are no modern-day ver-
and \water. .. sions of Brifain's Prime Minister
There are many serious prob- Winston Churchill, America's
lems facing the nations of the President Franklin D. Roosevelt
world. The world grows smaller and George C. Marshall. U.S..
each day. Like it or not, nations Army General, Secretary of State
S become more depeniitd6 eiac L'and' db-et aur alae. '


These three men had a tremen-
dous positive effect on geopo-
litical issues. President Roosevelt
led American during the. Great
Depression and during most of
WWIN. Prime Minister Churchill
and Roosevelt deserve the lion's
share of credit for defeating
the Axis Pow.ers during WWII.
Secretary of State Marshall rec-
ognized the. need to rebuild war-
SravagedEurope and instituted the
Euro5pean Recoven Act. known
as; the Marshall Plan, to accom-
plish that goal.
At the end of \\WII. America
"was king of the hill. Europe
and Japan lan in ruins: America
nursed Europe and Japan back
to health, and today both Europe
and Japan are friends but also
competitors for their share of the
world markets.
* *
America is no longer the king
of the economic hill. America is
now a debtor nation. America
lives off bonrrow ed money. Japan,
our former enemy. no%\ finances
much of America's deficit spend-
ing.
China, long considered a third
world, backwater communist
country that makes trinkets for
the world market, is now an
'economic powerhouse. China
along \ith Japan provide most
of the $1.5 billion that America
borrows every day to fund its
deficit spending. A big chunk of
America's borrowing is to fund
the \%ar ii Iraq.
A point to ponder is the fu-
ture of America. You may think
that our perceived status as the
world's last superpower is se-
cure, but think again.


At the National Constitutional Center in. Philadelphia,
tourists can experience what it's like to take the oath of
office as president at a virtual swearing in station. Your
image is up on a giant screen while an actor playing a
Supreme Court justice swears you in. It's kind of like a
fantasy camp for Democrats.. -JAY LENO

No one was injured when someone aimed lasers at
airplanes last week. And thanks to the lasers, two of the
pilots no longer need to wear their glasses.
DENNIS MILLER

"USAToday" is reporting that Amber Frey's book is aimed
at women how have been lied to by seductive men. And
today Hillary Clinton bought 50 copies. -JAY LENO

You heard about the guy in New Jersey that was arrested
for pointing a laser beam at an airliner? It was so unnerving
that the pilot had to pour another scotch.
DAVID LETTERMAN

It has just been freezing around the country, hasn't it? In
fact it was so cold last night Anna Nicole Smith was hitting
on old guys just to inherit their space heaters. -JAY LENO

People have been pointing lasers at jetliners. They caught
one guy in New Jersey doing it. There was no harm done
though. One good thing was that the in-flight meals were
warmed up by the laser. DAVID LETTERMAN

Another cold day here in L.A. It was so cold, pilots were-
aiming lasers at themselves just forthe warmth.
-JAYLENO

"It was so cold in Chicago, Oprah gave her audience a
choice between a new car and electric blanket.
S.. -JAY LENO

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Regis New Year's Eve"? Regis hosted the show for the
first time. It was also the first time that the host fell asleep
before midnight. -DAVID LETTERMAN

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day speech. He says when he's sworn in he will swear
to preserve, protect, and defend the constitution of the
United States and the treasure map that's drawn on the
back of it., -JAY LENO

It's fun to be in Times Square oh New Year's Eve. You
get drunk, you kiss strangers at midnight for a couple
of hours you're like Courtney Love. -DAVID LETTERMAN


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in fact the Water was so high in Malibu, Robert Blake's
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The clock is ticking on unresolved Commission issues


To the editor:
The good news is newly-
elected Calhoun County
Commissioner Dan Wise is
seeking an inexpensive morally-
correct solution over a costly
politically-correct one.. He
officially asked why taxpayers
should continue spending money
suing homeowner Janice Moore
(taking property without payment)
over the costly Lee Hill Rd./Sam
Atkins Park second entrance
fiasco.
Bad to better news: His
fellow Commissioners, who had
instructed him to find a solution,.
failed two times to second his
motion to drop the la%\ suit. Hello!
This is a rebuke not once but
twice!
So how is it better? Because


now.they will need each other to
break deadlocks and to openly
study all Calhoun County
problems tb keep solvent and
avoid bankruptcy.
For years they have stubbornly
violated oaths of office and only
attended to their own districts
rather than to the entire county.
District-only elections, the lack
of a charter and elected mayor-
manager is no excuse. Boom!
Now could be a chance for all
problems to be solved ott of
court ina common sense fashion!
So thanks again Commissioner
Wise! Please continue doing
homework!
What. are some of the other.


problems that require full house
open to the public discussion?
Commissioner Pickron, District
5, desperately needs help. He
was asked to settle the JeHue
Rd. Boat landing lawsuit as
the legal clock still ticks. More
District 5 ticking could soon
erupt regarding Chipola Road
and Mike and Cathy Willis' 15-
year-old unhealthy drainage ditch
problem.
Newly-elected Commissioner
Jeral Hall's District 3 Airport/
Industrial Park project is perhaps
the largest potential time-bomb.
In addition to IDA Board- and
Commissioner's previous
decisions being in possible


jeopardy (due to ignoring an
old but valid Florida Statute) no
one has really explored present-
day rainwater-composting
toilet/kitchen/shower/sewage
technology. Such healthy and
inexpensive do-it-yourself
equipment could be tried as
a temporary replacement of
an, antiquated sewage facility.
Complaints have existed for
some time about polluting area
water. Also, the proposed paved
runway could be angled for more
length and further protection to
surrounding neighbors.
Commissioner Earl Hunt's
District 2 Altha water/septic tank
problems could also be affected.


Commission chairman Grant's
District 4, is vitally affected by
the Apalachicola River in turn
polluted/drained by Atlanta's
booms and sewage disposal.
Composting toilets, etc., there
and Tallahassee could save the
whole southeast USA and settle a
ton of government lawsuits being
paid for by guess who?
SWe're told we shouldn't blame
County Attorney Fuqua for
legal problems, as it's his job to
accommodate client's questions
and requests. However, the
following Florida Supreme Court
research reveals there could be
an opposing opinion: A lawyer's
responsibility to the public
rises above his responsibility to
his client and he must uphold
democratic concepts regardless
of how they affect the case in
hand (40 So. 2d pag. 903 Para.
12 Key 32).
Mike Calhoun, Blountstown


a theft that occurred in late Oc-
tober or early November, at the
home of Mark Hug on County
Road 379,.
After the sheriff's office re-
ceived a call from Hug reporting
the theft, Swier began checking
area pat% n shops and discovered
that the items.had been pa% ned in
two batches. McMillan's name
was on the tickets.
When asked if he knew Mc-
NMillan, Hug said McMillan had '
once been a friend of his son.
When McMillan was ques-
tioned,-he admitted to taking the
DVDs and. ideo games but said
-they were given to him by Hug's
son. The son denied giving a%\ a.
the items and proved that he was.
at %work in Tallahassee both times
the items were pawned.according
to-Swier.
McMillan later acknow ledged
that he had gone to the residence
w hen no one \\as there, entered
through an unlocked back door
and took the items.
NlcNlillan \\as released on a
$20,000 property bond.

Five free crape

myrtle trees
Five free crape m ritle trees
% -ill be given to each person
who joins the National Arbor
SDa3 Foundation during January
2005..,
The free trees are part of the
nonprofit Foundation's Trees for
America campaign.
The trees will be shipped post-
, 'paid at the right time for planting
between Feb. 1 and May 31 %ith
.enclosed planting instructions.
NMembers also receive a subscrip-
tion to the Foundation's colorful
bimonthly publication. Arbor.
Day and The Tree Book with
information about tree planting
and care.
To receive the free trees, send
.a $10 membership contribution
to Five Crape Myrtles. National
Arbor Day Foundation. 100 Ar-
bor Avenue, Nebraska City, NE
68410, by Jan. 31 or go online at
arborday.org. .


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CELBRTI


MARY EMMA HOSFORD
Mary Emma Hosfordcelebrat-
ed herfirst birthday on July24.
She is the daughter of Ken and
Georgia Hosford of Hosford.
Mary isthe granddaughter of
the late Isaac (Ike) and Fran-
ces Hosford of Hosford and
George and Twila -Sanders of
Bristol. Mary enjoys playing
with her baby dolls, playing
outside with her brothers Will
and Duncan and swinging on
her swing.


BRANDON HALL
Brandon Hall will celebrate
his 18th birthday on Jan..
13. He will graduate from
Blountstown High School in
May. Brandon enjoys hanging
out with his friends, espe-
cially Brittany, playing drums
for the Blountstown High
School Marching Band, the
Blountstown High School Jazz
Ensemble and in the band
Psycho 78.


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TRENTON GAGE HILL
Cristina Keith and Sambo
Hill of Blue Creek are proud
to announce the birth of their
.son, Trenton Gage Hill.
Trenton was born on Oct.
20.. 2004 at Capital Re-
gional Medical. He weighed
8 lbs. and was.201/2 inches
long. His maternal grand-
parents are Bruce and Ann
Keith of Bristol and his
paternal grandparents are
Jackie and Lavern Hill of
Blue Creek.


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STaylor Hyland helps
bring home gold
Taylor Hyland, a member w
of the Choctawhatchee .
High School cheerleading
team, helped her team- ,
mates bring home the gold '
trophy from the national
championships. She is the .
daughter of Ginger Taylor
Hyland of Ft. Walton Beach
and the granddaughter of *
Bea Ross of Clarksville. /
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Blaise Thaw,,
age 7, killed his
first buck, a 115
lb. spike, while
hunting with. his
brother Colton,
6, and dad.
Blaise is the son
of Geoffrey and
Selene Thaw of
Blountstown.


RYAN CHESTAIN GOFF
Ryan Chestain Goff cele-
brated his second birthday
on Dec. 24, 2004. He is the
son of Mary and Chuck Goff
of. Bristol. His grandparents
are Rosetta and Roy Strick-
land of Bristol and Marilyn
and Charles Goff of Bristol.
Ryan enjoys anything with
Spiderman and Spongebob,
he loves playing with his big
brother, Andrew and playing
at Mrs. Shirley's.
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Calhoun Co. Sr.
Citizens plan
cross-country trip
from the Calhoun County
Senior Citizens Association
Ever wanted to experience the
thrill of going cross-country on
Am Trak? The Calhoun County
Senior Citizens Association has
just the trip for you.
The trip is scheduled to
lea e from Tallahassee on Sun-
dayN Aug. 21 and will return on
Wednesday. Aug. 31. We- will
travel to Denver, CO, where we
will motorcoach to Jackson Hole.
WY. Laramie and Cheyenne WA,
then to Rapid City. SD. Attrac-
tions we will visit are Mt. Rush-
more, Custer State Park, Crazy
Horse Monument, Buffalo Bill
Historical Center, Yellow stone
National Park. Grand Teton Na-
tional Park, the Black Hills of
South Dakota, Deadwood' (the
home of Wild Bill Hickock and
Calamity Jane and many other
attractions along the way.
The cost of the trip is $1,359
based on double occupancy, this
includes 10 nights lodging, 26
meals, train fare with sleeper
berth, motorcoach and baggage
handling. All meals included ex-
cept for four lunches.
If you would like to go, con-
tact Marilyn at 674-4163 or 674-
8883.
First deposit of $350 is due,
by March 15. Consecutive pay-
ments will continue each month.
Last payment is due by June 15,
this will be $309. Space is lim-
ited so call today to reserve your
. spot. ,..', ,


Sewing & Alterations
O ~Dresses
A, -$10
Jeans Hemmed $4
Call 643-3542 1-12T 2 9

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Abe Springs

Baptist Church

gospel sing
Pastor Allen Pitts and the
congregation extend a warm
invitation to everyone to attend
a gospel sing atiAbe Springs
Baptist Church on Saturday, Jan.
15 at 6 p.m. (CT).
Joyce Igo from West Virginia
will be the featured singer, along
with local talent.
The church is located at 13913
SW CR 275 in Blountstown.
For more information, call 674-


4376.
L Melody Trio to
sing at Bristol
Church of God
The gospel group "Melody
Trio" from Roan Mountain. TN.
". \\ill be ministering in song at the
Bristol Church of God on Jan.
16 in the 11 a.m. serx ice.
The Melod. Trio has been
-- singing together since 1991 and
tour across the USA each \ear.
Everyone is in\ ited to come en-
joy the ministrN of this fine gos-
pel music group. A lo\e offering
x ill be taken.
R The church is located at 19102
AlP A SR. 12 North in Bristol.


This letter is addressed to
our family and friends living
in Calhoun County. My son.
Michael Dawsey. has been sick
for a long time and we have all
wondered if anyone was going
to find out whai was wrong with
him. Through much diligence.,
many prayers and lots of love we
have finally found the culprit of
Michael's ongoing agony.
: Eighteen months ago he got
' ery sick and no\" 'we know'
that his problems are caused'
by a disease called Cat Scratch
Disease (an advanced form of
Cat Scratch Fe\er i. fichael \"ill
need to have some surgeries in
the near future. It will take some-
time before Michael is better. We
truly are blessed to ha% e so many
people in our lives that care so
much about our well being.
With your love and prayers he
has shown some improvement.
We know he will get better in
time, as long as we have'friends
and family but most of all as long
as we have God.
Thank you so much and we
hope your families are blessed as
you have all blessed ours.
S. Thank you,
'. Donria Dawsey


Summers,Trotman to wed in April
Phillip D. Sum-
ers and Marie
DeLagge Brainm-
blett are pleased to
l Announce the en-
gagement of their-
daughter, Kelly
Marie Summers
to Barry Thomas
Trotman. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur E. Trotman,

Miss Summers is
.The~~ groom the granddaughter
of Jack H: Sum-
mers and the late
ars. Sumnmer of Bristol and Edwardn ADeLegge and the late Mrs.
DeLegge of Lakeland. Mr. Trotman is the grandson of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Hunter G: Dice and NMrs. John Carl Trotman and the late
Mr. Trotman of Tallahassee.
The bride is a 1998 graduate of Leon High School. She receieved-
a bachelor's degree in marketing from Florida State University. She
plans to pursue her masters in interior design. She is currently em-
ployed by Julian Mathis Interior Design.
The groom is a 1997 graduate of Leon High School ,;He served
four years in the U.S. Army. He was a member of the Signal Corps
assigned to the 4th Infantry Division stationed in Ft. Carson, CO.
He received his bachelor's degree in history from Florida State
Uni'ersitN. He is currently a real estate agent enmplo ed by Sum-
mers Realty.
The wedding is planned for April 9 at Tninly Episcopal Church
in Apalachicola.


Neal, Tipton announce marriage
Madison Neal 449 -
and Jameson O'JR ,
Tipton, both of Al-
tha, are proud toan-
noiuce the marriage
of their parents,
Charlotte MaeganM
Neal (formerly of III
Toomsuba, MS) o
and Jameson Dean, me o it
"Jason" Tipton o_ .. A
of Altha in a pri-
vate ceremony min i
Blountstown on. .
Dec. 1,2004. r
-Maegan is the -
daughter of Donnie
and Sonya Neal of '
Toomsuba. NIS, and
the granddaughter "ga
of Mary Blanche
and the late Bill Greenlee of Toomsuba, MS, and Ann Ethridge of
Shucktown. MNIS. and the lateA.D. Neal of Gilbertok n. AL.
Jason is the son of Di Ann Harris of Altha and James and Rhonda
Tipton of Bristol: He is.the grandson of Dean A. and the late Betty
.3J. Harris of Fountain and the great-grandson of Doris Emery of
Panama City.
The couple honeymooned in Panama City and now reside in
Altha..


Owens
Odell and Ethelyn
Owens of Bristol will
celebrate their 63rd
anniversary on Jan.
13. They have one
daughter, Carolyn,
that lives in Oilville,,.
VA, and three grand-
children, Eugene Pa-
liskis ofAcworth, GA,
Pamela Paliskis of
New York andAlaya-
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DONATIONS FORTSU BHS CALENDER OF EVENTS
Ts ir te o VI Wednesday, January 12- Calendar Couple Pictures-1 p.m. I
S Tigers International is col- :Thursday, January 13-Girls Basketball, Wewa, Away, 7 p.m.
lecting donations of money' to E[ riday, January 14- Boys,Basketball, Wewa, Home, 6/7:30 I
:go to the Tsunami Relief Efforts. p.m.
All money collected will benefit I Tuesday, January 18- Boys Basketball, Sneads, Home, I
victims of the terrible disaster in 6/7:30 p.m.
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School donations will go to UNI-
CEF and Doctors Without Bor--
ders. Participating Tiger Interra-
tional members and Dana Avers
will be accepting donations Jan.
6 through Jan. 14. Even small
change ill be appreciated.:
GUIDANCE OFFICE
NAEP-TEST Blountsto,n
High School has been selected
to participate in the National As-
sessment of Educational Prog-
ress (NAEPi. also known as the
nation's report card. NAEP is
an ongoing assessment of what
young Americans know and can
do in -arious academic subjects.
Given to almost one million stu-,


dents throughout the US in 2005, in the c
NAEP will show how students in omit any
Florida compare to other students assessm<
in other states and the nation as a to answer
whole. We ap
A random sample of our 12th of each
grade students will be selected to However
the assessnient. All responses are is voluni
confidential and no results will want the
be reported to or about individual are requ
students or schools. tification
-NAEP data and results are Students
often used by police makers to NAEP w
make decisions regarding edu- ingexpe:
cation. To help guide these deci- tion will
sions. NAEP asks students about ing a pic
their school experience, back-. and nati,
ground, and what teachers teach learning.


classroom. Students may
y question or part of the
ent that they do not wish
er.
?preciate the participation
student that is selected.
r, participation in NAEP
tary. Parents who do not
eir children to participate
tested to send written no-
to the guidance office.
that do participate in the
'ill gain valuable test-tak-
rience. Student participa-
l be .beneficial in paint-
cture of what our state's
on's school children are


Physicals for spring athletes required
BASEBALL & SOFTBALL ., BMS CALENDER OF EVENTS
TRYOUTS Friday, Jan' 14 Report card day; Good Behavior Party;,
All students wishing to u- for. Spelling bee
baseball and softball must have I Monday, Jan. 17 -MLK holiday, no school
a completed athletic physical .. Tuesday, Jan. 18- Semester failure notices
completed during the 2004-2005 | Monday, Jan. 24, thru Friday, Jan. 28 Baseball tryouts
school year. They must also have Monday, Jan. 24, thru Wednesday, Jan. 26 Softball tryouts
a signed parent permission form., L-- -- .
proof of insurance, meet grade ready for the first da\ of try-outs. the time to check your child
and conduct requirements. All GUIDANCE NEWS progress and be sure-he/she
students need to have all require- GRADES The first semes- passing all requirements and
ments met and all equipment ter has been completed. Now is" on schedule to promote to th


from the Florinda
Institute of Education
JACKSONVILLE Kendall
W. Peddie, a graduating senior at
Liberty County High School has
been designated the Liberry Dis-
trict Sunshine State Scholar in
Mathematics and Science for the
--current year. Peddie \%ill com-
pete with the other 75 district
scholars from around Florida on
Thursday,. Jan. 13 to become one
of the six regional scholars \ ho
then \ ill vie in March for the
title State\\ ide Sunshine State
Scholar in Mathematics and Sci-:
ence for 2005.
The Sunshine State Schol-
ars Program was established in
- 1997 to recognize the achieve-
ment of Florida's graduating
seniors \\ho have demonstrated
excellence in both mathematics
and science. All scholars receive
a district recognition and indi-
v idual awards from the program.
The sLx regional scholars and
their teachers receive further
recognition from the Governor
and Cabinet, the .lotida Legii,.


larure. the Department of Educa-
tion and private businesses.
The Sunshine State Scholars
Program is coordinated through
the Florida Institute of Educa-
tion at the Universit. of North
Florida, and receives its major'
financial support from the Flori-
da Department of Education, the
Florida Lottery and the Techno-
logical Research and Develop-
ment- Foundation. Information.
on the Florida Sunshine State
Scholars Program can be found
on the World Wide Web at http://
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next grade. Please contact Steph-
anie Britt, Blountstown Middle
School Guidance% Counselor, for
more information.
VACCINATIONS Please
make sure \our child's vaccina-
tions are up to date. The Hepatitis
series and Tetanus booster must
be completed- by the beginning
of 7th grade. Stale law mandates
thai a student will not enter 7th
grade without these shots being
completed.
FCAT EXPLORER
FCAT practice is available on
the Internet at ww w.fcatexplorer.
coin. Passw"ords can be acquired
from your child's math teacher.







Menu announced

for Cat's Cuisine
The Cat's Cuisine menu at
Altha School for Thursday, Jan.
20 \ ill be as follows: cheddar
baked chicken., wild rice, ranch
vegetable medley, peach cob-
Sier, caesar salad. Call for reser-
vHlions.at 762-3121..... .


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SCHOOL MENU '
I Calhoun
County Schools
Jan. 13-Jan. 19, 2005
Lowfat or whole
milk served with all meals
THURSDAY
I Lunch: Beef vegetable soup,
: peanutbuttersandwich, crackers,
fruit cup, cake square.

FRIDAY
Lunch: Toasted ham and cheese
Sandwich, potato rounds, carrot
sticks, fruit cup, cinnamon biscuit
with icing.

MONDAY
NO SCHOOL
Martin Luther King Holiday

TUESDAY
Lunch: Corn dog nuggets, maca-
roni with cheese, green peas,
fresh fruit.

WEDNESDAY
Lunch: Baked turkey roast,
mashed potatoes with gravy,
broccoli with cheese sauce, fruit
cup, rolls.
All menus are subject to change
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Jan. 13-Jan. 19,2005
A variety of fruits and
vegetables or fruit juice and a
choice of lowfat or whole milk
I served with all meals.
THURSDAY
Breakfast Banana, peanut-butter
toast, ready-to-eat cereal.,
Lunch: Chicken-fried steak,
mashed potatoes with gravy, col-
lard greens, corn bread, Jell-O.

FRIDAY
-Breakfast Chilled orange juice,
oatmeal with brown sugar, cheese
toast.
Lunch: Spaghetti with meat
sauce, corn-on-the cob, yeast
rolls, peanut butter cookies. -

MONDAY
NO SCHOOL
Martin Luther King Holiday

TUESDAY I
Breakfast Chilled fruit or juice,
buttered grits, hot ham and
Cheese toast.
Lunch: Hot dogs on buns, chilled
apricots, potato wedges with cat-
sup, oatmeal raisin cookies.

WEDNESDAY
Breakfast Chilled fruit or juice,
oatmeal witn brown sugar., cheese
toast.
Lunch: Pizza, green beans, cole
slaw, peanut butter fudge.

All menus are subject to change
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Chipola Show Choir presents


three full nights of Jazzmatazz


from Chipola College
MARIANNA--The Chipola
College Show Choir will present
Jazzmatazz 2005 on Jan. 13, 14
and 15 at 7:30 p.m. nightly in the
Chipola Theatre.
.A special daytime perfor-
mance for Chipola students and
employees is set for Wednesday,
Jan..12from 10 to 10M50 a.m.
The Show Choir will be
highlighting Broadway's 21st
Century with selections from
the top-ticketed, shows still on
Broadway: Aida, Rent, The Pro-
ducers, Hairspray, Thoroughly
Modem Millie, Fiddler on the
Roof, Chicago, Cabaret, Wicked
and Lion King. Audiences of all
ages should enjoy every minute
of music, dialog, costumes and
spectacular choreography.
On Saturday, Jan. 15, the Fine
and Performing Arts Department
is sponsoring a reunion of past
Show Choir members, celebrat-
ing 20 years of Show Choirs at
Chipola. Over 300 young men
and women have participated
under the leadership of Joan
Stadsklev, co-founder, past di-
rectors Cliff Herron, Bob Dan-


iel, Judy Laubaugh, and current
director, Dr. Ed Lyon. Accord-
ing to Stadsklev, many former
Show Choir members will be at-
tending a reunion luncheon and
will perform on Saturday eve-
ning during Jazzmatazz. Former
members who have not yet con-
tacted Stadsklev, should do so as
soon as possible. Please leave a
voice mail message or e-mail at
stadsklevj @chipola.edu.
The Show Choir is directed
by Dr. Ed Lyon. Assistant direc-
tor is Angie White. Choreogra


pher is Rebecca Parmer.
General admission tickets
are $10 for adults and $4 for
students. Chipola students and
employees can receive one free
ticket from the Fine and Per-
forming Arts office.
Tickets are available from
any of the Show Choir members
and in .the Office of the Fine and
Performing Arts,. weekdays from
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For information, call Dr.Ed
Lyon at 718-2221 or Joan Stad-
sklev at 718-2277.


Chipola Artist Series presents 'A Trumpeter's Dream'


MARIANNA-The Chipola
College Artist Series will pres-
ent "A Trumpeter's Dream"
Jan. 18 at 7 p.m.
Trumpeter Ron Romm and
pianist Avis Romm enthrall
audiences from the beginning
breath to the very last breath-
taking note. Avis and Romm
met as students at Julliard. They
have performed in thousands of
concerts for' ell over 100 mil-
lion people. Roni is a former and
founding member of the world
famous Canadian Brass. Avis'
expertise extends to Chamber
Music., Opera, Orchestra and
Musical .Theater. The Sun re-
view says, "The. brought the
house do\\n with brilliance.,
They built it up again with re-


Ron Romm andAvis Romm

finement and sensitivity."
The Roimms will be present-
ing for selected high school stu-
dents at the college the morning
of January 19 and \\ill also be
the featured presenters at the
month meeting of the Chipola
Regional Arts Association, Jan.


18 at noon, at Jim's Buffet &
Grill. This meeting is Dutch-
treat and open to the public.
The Artist Series is funded
through Chipola's Performing
Arts Fund with grants from the
National Endowment for the
Arts,.. the Southern Arts Fed-
eration, the Florida Division
of Cultural Affairs, the Chipo-
la Regional Arts Association,:
corporate donors and through
ticket sales. The final event of
the 2005 season is.The Cashore
Marionettes set for Feb. 7.
Indiv idual tickets--$12 for
adults and $8 for ages 18 and
under-are now sale in the col-
lege Business Office.
For ticket information, call
718-2220.


Chipola Workforce Programs have openings


from Chipola College
IMARIANNA-The Chipola,
College Workforce Develop-
ment curenil. has openings in a
number of programs.
Most programs feature open
.enrollment, which, allows stu-
dents to enroll at an\ time and
-complete programs at their own
pace. All programs offer excel-


Room additions,
Remodeling,
Repairs, Painting,
Small Jobs, Pressure
Washing, Etc.
Call Jim Davis at
447-0350 ,
S, -,


-lent job placement potential.
Financial aid is available, and
remedial assistance is provided
for most programs. Several pro-
grams have reached capacity for
the semester, but ha'e estab-
lished waiting lists.
Certificate Programs include:
Automotive Service Technology,
Correctional Officer. Computer
Electronics Technology, Elec-
tronics Technology. Emergency
Medical Technician, Grooming
& Salon Services (formerly Cos-
metology), Law Enforcement,
Combination Law Enforcement'
& Corrections, Telecommuni-
cations and Welding Technolo-
gies.
Associate in Science Degree
Programs include: Business Ad-
ministration ,'&' Managemeat',


Child Development & Educa-
tion, Computer Information
Administration, Network Ad-
ministration, Criminal Justice
Technology, Culinary Manage-
ment, Dental Hygiene, Electron-
ic Engineering Technology, Fire
Science Technology, Recreation
Technology, Telecommunica-
tions Technology and Office Ad-
ministration.
The Chipola Success Center
has openings for students who
need help with testing skills,
GED Prep, academic confidence
or a refresher in Reading, Lan-
guage, Math and Pre-algebra in
order to succeed. in academic
and workforce programs.
For information about Chipo-
la's Workforce -.programs, call
(85%))718-227D0.i'


In recognition of

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day,

the Liberty

Co. Landfill k

will be

closed t

Monday,

Jan. 17.

Monday's recycling will be

picked up on Tuesday.


Liberty County
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CARROLL COPELAND
Librty Co. Recycling CoordinatorA.adfilfManager


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PUBLIC




LEGAL,


I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2004-214-CA
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANYAS CUSTODIAN OR TRUST-
EE, FKA BANKERS TRUST COMPANY
OF CALIFORNIA, N.A. AS CUSTODIAN
..ORTRUSTEE UNDERTHEAPPLICABLE
CUSTODIAL OR TRUST AGREEMENT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRUCE SHERMAN, A/K/A BFIUCE E.
SHERMAN; CHERRY SHERMAN, A/K/A
"- CHERRY A. SHERMAN; UNKNOWN
TENANT I; UNKNOWN TENANT 11I;
US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CONSECO
FINANCE HOME LOAN GRANTOR
TRUST 2002-A, C/O EMC MORTGAGE
CORP., and any unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and other unknown
persons or unknown spouses claiming
by, through and under any of the above-
named Detendanis.
Defendants.


NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

-NOTICE is hereby given that the under-
signed Clerk l t he Circuit Court oi Calhoun
Countv. Florida. willon ine271h daot iJan.,
2005.at 11 o'clock A.M Centrai Time at he
On the front steps of the Calhoun County
Courthouse. offer for sale and sellai public
outcry io ire highest and bes.i bidder for
cash, the iollowing-described properLy.
situate in Calhoun County, Florida.
S SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec-
tion 21, Township 2 North, Range
11 West, LESS AND EXCEPT, that
part of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4
*_ Section 21 .Township 2 North. Range
11 West lying West of Potts Road;
TOGETHERWITH A DOUBLE-WIDE
MOBILE HOME 1995 26X50, SERIAL
r#G00937713
pursuant to ihe Final Judgmeni entered


PUBLIC AUCTION
Bristol 66 Towing and Recc.very will
hold a Public Auction or, Jan. 29. 2005
at 1:00 p.m. (ET).
1992 black Ford Ranger
Vin f 1FTCR10AXNUC15032
Our Auction will be held al Bristol 66
Storage on HoecaKe Road oli Highway
20 Easti. one hall mile on left, you will
see our sign. Brsiol 66 Towing reserves
ire rigri io reec any and all lids
The C.alriounr Liberry Jc.urna 1.12-05
II you need any more inlormaion on
ie above vehicles, please call (850)
643-5254.


in a case pending in'said Court, the style
of which is indicated above.
WITNESS my hand and official seal pfsaid
Court this 5th day of Jan., 2005. 1.12. .19

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Chapter373, Florida Statutes, thefollowing
applicaiion(s) for water use pernm;i(s) has
(have) been received by the Northwest
Florida Water'Management District:
* Application number I 06494 filed
01/06/2005
Georgia Pacific Corporation, P.O. Box
322, Hosford, FL 32334
Requesting a maximum withdrawal of
92,400 gallons per day from the Flori-
dan Aquifer System for Public Supply
use by an existing facility.
General withdrawal locations) in Lib-
erty County: T011 i R05W, Sec. 31


Interested persons may object to or com-
ment upon the applications or submit
a written request for a copy of the saiff
reports) connairiing proposed agency ac-
tion regarding the applications) by writing
to-the Division; of Resource Regulation
of the Northwest Florida Water MIlanaqe-
ment District, attention Tern Peterson,
152 Water Management Drive, Havana,
Florida 32333-9700, but such comments
or requesis must be received by 5 o'clock
p.m. on January 28, 2005.
No further public notice will be provided
regarding this i these applicailonis) Publi-
calionornmisnoinceconsillulescorstruclive
notice ol lhis permit application Io all sub-
stantially affected persons: A copy of the
staff reports) music be requested in order
to remain advised ol further proceedings
and any public hearing dale. Sutbsarniiall/
affected persons-are entitled to request
an adminisiraiiv'e hearing regardir.g he
proposed agency action by submmiing a
wrnten request according io hre provisions
of40A-1.521, FloridaAdministralive Code.
Norices of Proposed Agency Action will be
mailed only 1i persons who rave tiled such
requests.

PUBLIC AUCTION
Brisia:i. s 6F.e r a Ri : :o. r, will hold
a Puoi,,: Aucir. .:.r,n F. b 1' 2'00.' at:1:00
p.m. ETj.
19 rar.-.,on four acd r H .jri5a.- Eianira
Vinit KMHJF24M1VU556714
liIour ,3. ii.tr Liri.oir. T,-.>r -ar
Vm#i 1LNHM81W71Y655554
Our %u.:l,-n ,oiiI be nei a i eri.-.al 6 ior a5 .
:,,n HI, .: H ,-.ai on Hqri. ,iV, -'0 Esil r:.n,-
riall rriili- n Jri 'Cu w ll l ; .:.ur :gar. Bri.n l
IZ, Ti r :,,nng re.-r.. r .r ra |io ra ,
anJ ai r9:,,:d
Tri C a rhOur, Lnierrv J, r,,- al 1 1_ i5'
ii v'-u" ri,.- ad Mre/ iTiorc ini.'.iriaTi r. c-n lh, aC:.. -
r..i -,. ple-.- .:aii a (850) 643-5254.


Libraries closed for MLK holiday
from the Calhoun County Public Library
All Calhoun Count\ libraries \\ill be closed on Monday,. Jan. 17
to observe the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. We \\ill reopen on


Tuesday. Jan. 18.
For more information. call 674-8773.


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County High School deco-
rated the civic center as
part of the class for Com-
munity Service. The proj-
ect offered the students a
chance to utilize the skills
they learned in class and
gave the community an in-
teresting-looking tree in the
process. Pictured, kneeling,
left to right, Ashley Beasley,
Alexis Dub'e, Christina Al-
ford, Stephanie Richter, Lin-


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The Printing House, Inc.
Quincy
We currently have immediate full-time
job opportunities
for the following positions:
Customer Service Supervisor Customer Service
Representative Scheduler Maintenance
Supervisor Maintenance Technician Material
Handler Folder Operator *Third Press Operator
Bindery Helpers Joggers
_-We offer competitive wages, comprehensive benefits,
bonuses and a great work environment! Applicants must'(
pass a pre-employmient drug screening and background
check prior to employment with The Printing House, Inc.,
Resumes/applications may be submittedc by einail to
recruiter@theprintinghouse.com, faxed to 850-875-4421,
or completed on-site at 1066 Strong Road, Quincy, FL.
1- EOE/DFWP

CHIPOLA COLLEGE
...is now accepting applications for the following position:

DEPARTMENTAL STAFF ASSISTANT: Provides clerical
and administrative support to the administration, staff and
faculty of the Social Science and Business Department.
Assists in the timely completion of related administrative,
departmental and campus-wide projects.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Requires an Associate's
Degree plus three years progressive secretarial or clerical
experience; or equivalent combination of education and
experience. Valid state driver's license required.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 20, 2005 at 4 p.m.

Apply at Chipola College, Human Resources Office,
Bldg. L, Rm. 108A, 3094 Indian Circle. Marianna, Florida
32446.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION


JOB OPENING
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applications
for the following position for the 2004-2005 school year.
Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
of Schools located at 12926 NW CR 12, Bristol, FL. Office
hours are from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
DATA ENTRY OPERATOR
STolarK-B School
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Satisfactory experience in data entry operations or
-completion of data entry or word processing classes.
Must provide written references upon request of the
Superintendent

COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $15,449 $18,999

A complete application listing three (3) professional
references and resume is required. Please submit
application and resume to the Office of the Superintendent of
Schools located in the Liberty Education and Administration
Center at 12926 NW CR 12 Bristol, FL. Reasonable
accommodations for completing forms and interviews are
available for people with disabilities when requested in
advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations,
please contact the Office of the Superintendent.
Applications will be received from:
Jan. 5, 2004 Jan. 19, 2004
ONLY CURRENT APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED.
Employment will be contingent upon fingerprints being
cleared by FDLE

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Remember to submit your, JOB MARKET advertisements by the
DEADLINE of Friday at 6 p.m. by phone 643-3333, fax 643-3334,
or email at thejournal@gtcom.net

PARTHENON HEALTHCARE
OF BLOUNTSTOWN
formerly Landmark Health & Rehabilitation Center
is under new management.
If you are interested in an exciting nursing opportunity
in long-term care, we want you on our team.
We have the following positions available:
Nurses: RN's & LPN's,
3-11/11-7 shift ($2,000 sign on bonus)
Unit Manager ($2,500 sing on bonus)
CNA's,
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If interested, please contact,,
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CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
Position Available:

The City of Blountstown is seeking applicants to fill
a position for one employee to work in the Electric
Department as linesman. Applications may be
obtained from City Hall between the hours of 7 a.m.
and 4 p.m., weekdays, at 20591 Central Avenue
West, Blountstown, Florida 32424.

Applicants must have a high school diploma or
equivalency recognized certification, completion of
satisfactory apprenticeship as an apprentice lineman
in the erection, maintenance, and repair of over-
head and/or underground line system; or equivalent
combination of training and experience. Must have
a State of Florida valid driver's license preferable
a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) or willing to
obtain (CDL) within two (2) months of employment.
Successful applicants will be required a working
home telephone.

THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
. EMPLYEp.4NYIQ,6.DRUGjFREE WORKPLACE. ,,,,


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Blounistown Phone (850) 674-5088
The following positions are
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Crew Member, Tire changer/
Mechanic, Office Assistant,
Shipping/Loading Clerk, Post
Grader, Carpenter.
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WANTED

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Call 643-5770

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NOW HIRING

Dump Truck
Driver
Experienced truck
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Competitive wages
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Must be21 or older

For more information
contact Ray McCoy
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WOODROW W. AULTMAN
BLOUNTSTOWN -Woodrow W. Aultman, 92,
passed away Thursday, Jan. 6,2005 at Blountsto% n
Health and Rehab Centir. He was born in Worth
County, GA and had lived in Blountstown for most
of his life. He was a retired carpenter and served as
a Calhoun County Commissioner for 16 years. He
\ as a member of Christian Home Frees' ill Baptist
Church in Blountstown and was member of Dixie
NMasonic Lodge #109 F&AM in Blountstown for
over 65 years.
He was predeceased by his wife, Lucille Ault-
man; five brothers, Thomas Marshall Aultman,
James Warren Aulrman. William Davis Aultman.
Oscar Lamar Aultman, Marvin Jefferson Aultman;
two sisters. Lola Weston and Mary Ellen Bryant.
Survivors include one son, James Franklin (Jim-
my) Aultman and his \ ife, Cynthia. of Blountstow, n:
S one daughter, Margaret Davis and her husband, Joe
Reese, of Blounistow n: one sister. Ruby Crisson. of
Long Key: four grandchildren: ten great-grandchil-
dren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held Sunday, Jan. 9,2005 at Chris-
tian Home Freewill Baptist Church in Blountsto" n
v.ith Rev. Chad Corbin officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in Nettle: Ridge Cemetery in Blountstown
:ith Masonic Rites at the graveside.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountsto n was in
c harge of the arrangements. .

CARRIE SIMMONS
BLOUNTSTOWN Carrie Simmons, 78,
passed away Thursday, Jan. 6, 2005 in Panama City.,
SShe was born in Clarksville and had li\ ed in Calhoun
. County all of her life. She was of the Pentecostal
Holiness faith and was a homemaker.
Survivors include one son. Michael Simmons,.
of Blountstow n: three stepsons. Tommy Simmons,
of NMarianna. Troy Simmons, of Port St. Joe and
Bill Simmons. of Hattiesburg. MS: two daughters.
Josephine Williams. of Panama City and Melissa
S Wittig. of Tallahassee: two sisters, Maggie Carter,
of Clarksville and Ann McDaniel. of Blountstown,
15 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
Ser ices \were held Sunday. Jan. 9. 2005 from
Adams Funeral Home Chapel. Interment followed
in the Magnoha Cemetery near Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home in Blountisiton was in
charge of the arrangements.

r KATHLEEN BRACKINS
BLOUNTSTOWN Kathleen Brackins. 78,
passed away Friday. Jan. 7, 2005 in Blountsto\ n.
She \\as a native and lifelong resident of Calhoun
County. She %\as a homemaker.
Sur\i\ ors include three sons. Franklin Faircloth.
: of Blountstoi n. Robert -Stumpy" Brackins. of Al-
tha and Jackie Brackins, of Barney, GA: one daugh-
ter. Mary Harris. of Bristol: three brothers. Tommy
Barfileld. Emmett Barfield and Jimmy Barfield. all
of Blountstown: one sister. Rub\ "Poll\y" Lee. of
Blountstow n: nine grandchildren: t\\o step-grand-
Schildren: 11 great-grandchildren.
Services were held Sunday. Jan. 9. 2005 from
SAssemble of God Chttrch in Blountsto\ n with Re\.
MNichael Pressley officiating. Interment followed in:
the Macedonia Cemetery near Blountstow\ n.
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstow\n %%as in
-charge of the arrangements.


children, Tracy, Teresa, Travis and Andi Alexander,
Ashley and Danny Grey, Angela Novak and Kami
JDunn; six great-grandchildren, Daniel and Kayla
Alexander, Jasmyn Hicks, Ramsey Berlund, Cris-
tina Grey and Katelynn Novak.
Services were held Monday, Jan. 10, 2005 at
Sunny Hill Pentecostal Church. Interment followed
in the Sunny Hill Cemetery near Altha.-
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.

CAROLYN CHESTER WILLIAMS
HOSFORD Carolyn Chester Williams, 63,
passed a%\ a Saturday, Jan. 8, 2005. She dedicated
her life to being a mother and homemaker.
She w'as predeceased by her parents. Nettie
Azzie-Lee and William S. Pullam, one brother and
two sisters.
Survivors include her husband, Bobby H. Wil-
liams, of Hosford; three daughters, Pam Addison
and her husband, Richard. of Tallahassee, Stepha-
nie Williams Maige and Ashley Williams, both of
Hosford: one brother, Billy Pulam, of Tallahassee;
two sisters, Sherlene Richter and Linda Jones, -
both of Hosford; one granddaughter. Ally Maige,
of Hosford.
Services w ere held Tuesday.Jan. 11, 2005 at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Inter-.
mentfollowed in Sanders Cemetery in Hosford.
McClellan Funeral Home in Bristol was in charge
of the arrangements.

LEON DANIEL BODIFORD
GRAND RIDGE Leon Daniel Bodiford, 70,
passed away Monday, Jan. 10, 2005 at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center. He was born in Calhoun
County. He was 'a member of the Iron Workers
Union and he loved to fish and go camping on his
houseboat. .
He was predeceased by his parents, James Ed-
ward and Abby Carrean Bodiford.and his wife,
Elizabeth Bodiford in 1989.
Survivors include one daughter, Belinda Gail
Faust, of Dawson, GA; one brother, Lucious Carroll
Bodiford, of Blountstown; four sisters, Betty Cody
and herhusband, Bob, of Seale, AL, Margaret War-
ren, of Blountstown, Faye Bailey, of Blountstown
and Janice Branch and her husband,-Carl, of Grand
Ridge; two grandchildren, Ralph Smith, Jr. and Tina
Faust: two great-grandchildren, Ashley Faust and
Tyler Faust; as well as a host of nieces, nephews,
and cousins.
.Services N% ill be held Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2005
at Hall Funeral Home with William Earl Sewell
officiating. Interment \ ill follow in the Pine Me-
morial Cemetery.
Hall Funeral Home iriAltha-was in charge of the
arrangements.


ESTHER H. NEEL
GRAND RIDGE Esther H. Neel 81, passed
Sawa\ Sunday. Jan. 9. 2005 in Marianna. She ,\as a
/retired ps chiatric aide with Florida State Hospital
follow\ ing 20 years of service. She was a member
of El Bethel Assennmbli of God Church;
,Survivors include two sons, Charles R. Neel
and his w ife. Shertl of Bristol. Michael C. Neel
and his wife, Beverly, of Sneads; two daughters,
Linda Fears. of Grand Ridge. Brenda Ro\ an and


,her husband. Michael of Groveland: three broth-
S.EARNESTINE S. ALEXANDER ers. HarN He%%ett, of Titus\ ille, Donald Hewellt.
LYNN HAVEN Earnestine S. Alexander.79, of Montgomery, Rev. Charles Hewvett, of Grand
passed a ay) Friday, Jan. 7. 2005 in Panama City. Ridge: fi\e sisters. BerniseBurch.ofGrand Ridge.
- She \\as born in Citra. FL and had lived in Bay Shirley Matthew s,ofDell%%ood, Catherine Danley,
County since 1969. She was an active member of of Panama City, Edna Sanderson, of Marianna,
Springfield Community Church and belonged to -Dorothy Trotter, of Jasper: 14 grandchildren; 15
the Eastern Star. She \\as a longtime Avon sales great-grandchildren.
representative and devoted homemaker. Services will be held Wednesday. Jan. 12. 2005
She was predeceased bN two sons. James Houston at El Bethel Assembly of God Church with Rev.
.Alexander and Larr Eugene Alexander. William Walker and Rev. Charles He" ett and Jerry
Survivors include her husband, James AJexan- Trotter officiating. Interment will follow in the Cow
der. of Blountstow n. one son. Garry Alexander, of Pen Pond Cemetery.
Blountstown. two daughters. Cindy Dunn, of Lynn James & Sikes Funeral Home. Maddox Chapel
Havit" 'Vieki'FPatul df Youndstodin: eight grand- "ii-Mlariamia.wasiJncharge.of the arrangements.
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and know all about President Bush.
We may be able to discuss his policies
and political agenda in-depth. We may
even be a fan and know all about his
wife and family. We might even know
the name of his dog. But if you are like
me, if President Bush hears your name,
he does not know who you are. Can we
say that we know him?
We may know all about our favorite
sports figure. We may know all about
his game, his statistics, his medical con-
dition, how many hours a day he works
out, where he lives, how much .money
he makes, and even what he eats for
breakfast. But Michael Jordan does not
know my name. Evander Holyfield has
never heard of me. Do I know them?
Webster says that to know "...pre-
cludes all doubt or uncertainty of its
existence...To be no stranger to; to be
tintiliar to recognize by recollection,
emniembi.Lnce or Jd cnpiiuon" We
can know a man because we have seen
his picture and recognize him. How-
ever, we may not know a man if he has
been away for a long time.
I submit that we do not truly know
.someone unless he knows us. We may
know of someone, meaning that we
know they exist and that we recognize
who they are. But to truly know some-
one, you must have an encounter with
him. You must have intimate knowl-
edge.
Why will people persecute you for.
being a disciple? Jesus said it was be-
cause they did not know the One who
sent Him, God. They have not had an
encounter with God. They have no inti-
mate knowledge. The Bible says, "...the
sinfil mind i. hostile to God (NIV)."
But t: kn Hm love Him~ tolove Him.
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Depending upon how fine or
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for direct application as a soil
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Use only the coarse materi-
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and one-half inches in diameter.
This material can be added to
landscape beds to create a to-
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air and water that reaches plant
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Though not a true lemon, it is
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AR7 Explorer, new, 22 caliber, semi
automatic, $135. Call 762-8807 af-
ter 5 p.m. 1-12,1-19

Henry Golden Boy, 22 caliber, le-
ver action with octagon barrel, new,
$325. Call 762-8807.' 1-12,1-19

Mossberg,-model 50QA, new, 12
_ gauge pump, $225. Call 762-8807.
S" 1-12, 1-19

Furniture sale, large sectional
sofa, brown tapestry fabric and a
recliner, tan in color, $400; sofa and
love seat, sage brown color, $300,
excellent condition; serious inquires
only. Call 643-3614 and leave a
message. 1-12,1-19

Coffee table and two end tables, in
great shape, $50. Call 643-3614.
S" 1-12, 1-19

Prom dress, fuchsia pink in color,
price is negotiable. Call 762-3724,
S1-12,1-19

Small metal desk and metal file
cabinet with two drawers and one of-
fice chair, $35 for allorwill separate;
wooden computer desk. $8: single
bed frame, maple colored wood,
$20; two bird cages on stand, $6
and $7.50; several chairs, stuffed
animals, books, dishes, pictures
and baby clothes. .10 cents each.
Call 379-8111. 1.' i .

2002 A.R.E. camper top, for 2001-
2002 Toyota Tacoma, red, has fold
down sliding glass, in excellent
condition, paid-$1,200.Asking$600
or best offer. Call 643-2398 or 643-
6599 1 ;

Chest of drawers, $25; two sofas,
white and multi colored, $50 each;
four cane backed chairs with arm
rests, in good shape, $25 each. Call
674-5150. 1-12,1-19

Playstation game with two control-
lers and memory card, $45. Call
643-9332 after 3 p.m. i..

Microwave. $15: two ceramic sinks.
white, $20 each. Call 762-3455.
S. : 1-12,1-19

Ladies' sweaters, size'medium,
white, pink and blue; assorted
vases, milk glass and green: heavy
gold drapes: single size sheets with
flowers; microwave cart; portable
sewing machine. Call 674-6142 for
more details. i ,-

Moving/shipping boxes, dish
packs, wardrobes and much more.
150 plus boxes and packing materi-
als, must take all boxes and materi-
als, $100 cash. firm. Call 762-4500
and leave a message. 1-12,1-19

.: 300 Weatherby Magnum Van-
guard, equipped with scope
mounts, one year old.':Cost. $510
new, want $350 firm. Call 643-4701
after 4 p.m.

18 hp. Craftsman GT, $900 or besi
offer. Call 762-8343. ,.: ri


Juniper -lumber, rough cut. Call
674-9461. 1-12,1-19

Cedar hope chest, 35" long by
18" wide and 20" high, has cedar
tray inside, beautiful, bought at the
Amish Store, excellent condition,
asking $200. Call 643-2398 or 643-
6009. 1-12,1-19

Coffeetablewith endtable, almond
color, glass inserts, $20 each; set
of bunk beds, dark wood, $80. Call
674-4475 in the morning or leave a
message. 1-12,1-19

GM Quadrojet carburetor, rebuilt,
$100. Call 674-2480. 1-12,1-19

Incline treadmill, used very little,
paid $400, asking$250 or best offer.
Call 379-8328. 1-12, 1-19

Big Ben Franklin fireplace, paid
- $433,, asking $200. Call 379-
8328. 1-12, 1-19

Scuba equipment, $200; guitar,
$50; brand new LG cell phone, $75.
Call 762-8586. 1-12,1-19

Dog box, large, fits full sized pick-
up, $75. Call 643-5355. 1-5, 1-12

Hot tub, 1 1/2 years old, excellent
condition, kept in closed in area.
Call 643-3947. 1-5,1-12
GE washing.machine,. $100; GE
clothes dryer, $85. Call 643-2431.
S 1-5, 1-12

Craftsman tools, mechanic tools,
wrenches, sockets, ratchets, pliers,
creeper, floor jack, water noses,
bench grinder, reciprocating saw,
laser track levels, jumper cables,
too many to list; all new at reason-
able prices. For more information,.
call 643-3007. ---ST. 1-26

Kitchen table, round with four
chairs, has a lazy Susan, all wood.
Call 643-5814. 1-5,1-12:

Exercise machine, similartostep-
master. Call 643-5814. 1-5 1-12

Mrs. Butterworth syrup bottles,
Best offer; set of wedding cake pans,
$20; vacuum cleaner, best offler: old
country scene pictures, $30 each:
flannel quilt, $30: antique canister
set, $50; kerosene heater, $135.
Call 674-6142...

Porcelain dolls, large, 26"-30", 10Q
choose from, $100 each. Call 643-
3542 1-5, 1-12

Grace quilting frames, new, never
used, $200. Call 643-3542. 1-12

Plans and cog wheels for Grace
quilting frames, $40. Call 643-
3542. ,1-12

-Baby bed,'solid oak with 'match-
ing changing table, bed converts
to toddler bed, excellent condition,
paid $650, asking $400. Call 643-
5516. .1.-.1-12

Antivirus software, Norton, 2003
version, easily updated, used on
most computers, $15. Call 762-
3264. 1 ... --


Refrigerator with ice maker, used
but in good condition, $200. Call
643-3947. 1-5,1-12

Dining table, solid, oak with six
chairs, cost over $3,000 asking
$750. Call 643-9257. 12-29,1-5

Wheelchair, 2003 model motor-
ized, Pronto, shurstep invacare
electric, safety bell horn, comfort-
able. Call 762-4033 for price infor-
mation. 12-29, 1-5

Treadmill, works well, $100. Call
379-8233. 12-29,1-5

Two organs, Lo Rey and Gulbran
Sert, works well, asking $400 for.
both or best offer. Call 674-2470.
12-29, 1-5

Coca Cola houses, still in boxes.
Call 674-6142.- 12-29,1-5
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1983 Toyota 4x4 pickup, rebuilt
motor, new alternator, great hunt-
ing truck, $800. Call 762-3723
and leave a message or call after
dark. 1-12, 1-19

1991 F250 diesel, 7.3 liter, regular.
cab, 4X4, automatic, $2,800. Call
643-5571. 1-12, 1-19

1994 Chevy Silverado pickup. 350
engine, power brakes., steering and'
seats, radio, heater, AC, tape player.
tilt steering wheel, cruise control,
extended cab, 152,000 miles. Ask-
ing $5,000. Call 643-5774.
1-12,1-19

1997GMC Savana Custom Conver-
sion van. one owner, 68,300 miles,
excellent condition inside and out,
18 mpg. on highway, colorTVN./VCR,
headphones, electric.windows, door
locks, driver seat, tilt wheel, cruise,
power steering/brakes, bench seat
in rear makes into bed; towing;
package, AM/FM/lape, large dark
windows with blinds, many more
features, $10,450 or best offer. Call
482-8676. 1-12,1-19

1991 Plymouth van, grey, four
cylinder, new motor, runs great. Call
674-6142. 1-12,1-19
1975 Dodge pickup, runs good,
$650. Call 762-4139. 1-12,1-19

1995 Hundai Sonata, clean inside
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1996 Geo Prizm, $1,200 or best of-
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van, TV, two stereos in front and
rear, VCR, clean, 77,000 miles,
$3,200. Call 674-3410. 1-12,1-19
1998 Chevy S10,in good condition,
$4,500 or best offer. Call 442-6208
or 674-8368. 1-5, 1-12
1995 Buick Century, 61,000 miles,
power windows, locks and brakes,
$3,200. Call 674-7980. 1-5,1-12
2000 Ford Explorer XLS, dark blue
with grey interior, excellent condi-
tion, four new tires as of Oct. 1. Book
value $7,250, asking $6,000 or
reasonable offer. Call 643-2576.
1-5, 1-12 -

2000 Dodge quad cab, two wheel
drive, fully loaded, new tires, snug
top fiberglass camper shell, excel-
lent condition, 77,500 miles, asking
$11,000 without camper shell and
11,500 with camper shell. Call 899-
0269 or 674-71'38> 1-5 T. 1-26
1996 Explorer, white, XLT, 4
door, 2wd, V6-4.0L, power seats,
windows, door and locks, leather
interior, alloy wheels, dual front
air bags, ABS, cruise control, tilt
steering, AC with rear air control,
roof rack, split-folding rear seat, 4
cargo tie-down hooks with cargo
net, cargo concealer (horizontal roll
shade), AM/FM cassette, privacy
glass, fog lights, tachometer and
overhead thermometer/compass,
$3,900. Call 643-5959. 1-5,1-12
1985 Delta 88, for$1,0000orbestof-
fer. Call 643-2604.. 1-5,1-12
1976 Jeep CJ5. For more informa-
,tion, call 643-3947. 1-5,1-12
1998 88 Oldsmobile LS, 3.8 liter
V6, leather, all power; AM-FM cas-
sette and CD, 130,000 miles, runs.
good, $4,500. Call 674-9161:..
." 12-29, 1-5

1979 Ford, blue, for best offer. Call
674-6142. 12-29,1-5
1976 Buick Regal, for restoration,
best offer. Call 674-6142. 12-29, 1-5


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Improvements
"No Job Too Big or Small"
License & Insured, contractor & roofer
Concrete work, ard.s: ape -----
pressure cleanir. ng ,- '\
renovations, see n'e.-
gutter, painting, inr,,, ~
& screen enclosure , '
FOR FREE ESTIMATES
Call 674-8092 uFN



Stump grinding

Reasonable rates
Free estimates

Call
Chris Nissley
674-8081






Decks Pole Barns-.
House Framing & Garages
Wood & Vinyl Siding ,
Tin Roofing .,
Bathroom Remodeling -
Concrete Work
Call 674-3458 '



FOR RENT
In Bristol
*2 and 3BR mobile
homes, central heat & air
Mobile home lots.
In Blountstown
1-room efficiency,
utilities included 2BR/
1 1/2 BA Apartment.
Phone 643-7740







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Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance




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16978 NW Mayo Street,
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1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4x4,
V8, 'power windows, seats, tow
package, sunroof, cloth upholstery, E ALL
10 disc CD changer, for price
information call 643-2091 or 643-
2692. 12-29, 1-5 "
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Fiberglass boat, 16 ft. with 85
hp. Mercury motor, brand new fish
finder and trolling motor, $3,000.
Call 674-8539. 1-12,1-19

14ft.riverboatwith20hp. Mercury.
Boat; motorand trailer allfor$1,600
or best offer. Call 762-8343.
S 12,1-19

1989 21 ft. Proline with cuddy*
cabin, walk about,,200 hp. Johnson
motor, :galvanized tandem axle
trailer, real good condition. Asking
$4,000. Call 674-7138 and leave
a message or 899-0269 (ask for
Eddie). I-T. 1-26
Fiberglass boat, 12 1/2 ft., with
trailer, with tires, good condition,
asking $350. Call 379-3078.
12-29, 1-5

V-hull fiberglass boat, 13 ft., 25
Evinrude, new power pack, rides
good with galvanized trailer, $1,100.
Call 379-3078. 12-29,1-5.

FOR RENT
2 BR Apartment
in Altha. No pets

762-3968



BED Queen orthopedic
PILLOWTOP mattress and box.
Name brand, new in plastic, with
warranty. Can deliver. Sacrifices
$160 850-545-7112
Dining Room Suite: BeautifulI
cherry table. 6 Chippendalel
chairs and lighted china cabinet.
Brand new, still boxed. Can
deliver. Retail $3395 sacrifice
S" $1100 850-222-2113

King Size Mattress and
Boxspring with manufacLurer'si
warranty. Brand new still in
plastic, can deliver Sell $275
850-222-9879
Bedroom Set Beautiful new all
wood cherry queen/king bed,
dresser, mirror, chest, 21
nightstands. Still in boxes, $41991
list. sacrifice $1500 850-222-1
7783


Additional runs of the same ad (more than 2 weeks) are $2 per
week and must be paid in advance. We do not bill for classified.


Two Labrador puppies, both male,
six months old and beautiful, Call
674-8517. 1-12,1-19
Two kittens, one calico female, one
male, orange and white, 8 weeks
old, hand raised from birth by pres-
ent owner, free. Call 762-8830.
', 1-12, 1-19

Game roosters for sale. Call 447-
1025. 1-12,1-19
Two blue parakeets with a large
cage, $40. Call 674-4241. 1-12,1-19
Black ILabrador puppy, four
months old, free to good home. Call
674-5150. ,'2,1-19
Lab mixed puppies, eight weeks
old; German Sheppard mix; Wei-
maraner mix. Call 643-4801.
; 1-12, 1-19

Puppies, poodle/shihtzu mix, tiny,
black and white. Call 627-3370.
S ,' 21-12, 1-19

White geese, two females and one
male; Peking ducks, one male and
two females: Mallards, one female
and one male, all for $50. Call 762-
8405. ... I- '*



3 Steel Buildings at
Last Year's Prices!

Financing available.
No reasonable
offer refused!

Call local dealer at
1-866-783-4385


Two bred Jennys for $200 each.
Call 545-5544. 1-5,1-12
One Jack for $150. Call 545-
5544. 1-5,1-12
Jenny, one year old, $100. Call
545-5544. 1-5,1-12
Two AKC Pomeranian, black, fe-
males, cute, ready 1/22/05, shots
and health certificate at time of pur-
chase,;. private owner, no breeder,
$350 each. Call 762-8849. 1-5, 1-12
Indian Parrot, male ring neck, split
to Lutino. Call 674-3532. 1-5,1-12
AKC Brindle Bov male, 4 years
old, $100 ,O7, '72(daytime)
or 379-82'. -...ngs). 1-5,1-12
Puppies, free to a good home, born
10-23-04, mother is pure bred Box-
er, 52 Ibs., father is Chow, puppies
are 1/2 hybrids; fully vaccinated,
dewormed by vet at 5 weeks old,
excellent health. Call 762-4704.
1-5,.1-12

Albino ferret with a two story cage,
$125. Call 209-0174, and leave a
message. 1-5,1-12
Baby hamsters,. panda bear col-
ored, for $5 each. Call 643-3048.
12-29, 1-5


For Rent
In Altha
on Spooner Lane.
Mobile Home 14x70
3BR, 2 full baths,
central heat and air,
all electric, like new.
Call 762-3304


Rodney Miller's J


Motwing* Hedging Edging. -Discing Garden Home
Bush Hog Leveling Dirt* Trash Removal 643-4267
Rocks for Driveways *Year 'round.Service Cell
Leaves Residential Commercial Contracts 643-6589
Bonded & Insured year 'round


Pit bulls, 8 months-3 years, some
registered and sohne not. For more
information call 762-3152. 12-29,1-5
Three puppies, two are 1/2 Red
Nose, 1/2 cur, one is 1/2 Blue Healer,
1/2 unknown, free to a good home.
Call 643-2758. 12-29, 1-5



Wanted: Looking for a bedroom
and bath, in Bristol, to rent for six
months with non-smoking or drink-
ing lady, will furnish own food and
have excellent references. Please
call 899-1205. 1-12,1-19
Wanted: Good, used single wide
mobile home, three bedrooms,
reasonably priced. Call 643-2355
or 379-3577. 1-12,1-19
Wanted: King or queen size box
spring mattress, will trade queen
size water bed with head board,
mattress and heat. Call 643-9332
after 3 p.m. 1-12,1-19
Wanted: Love seat and a tall cedar
cabinet. Call 674-6142. 1-12,1-19
Wanted: Male rabbits. Call 643-
3048 and ask for Sheena.
1-5, 1-12
Wanted: Ducks and geese, reason-
ably priced. Call 674-5698.
1-5,1-12,
Wanted: Christmas tinsel ropes.
Call 674-6142. 12-29 1-5


Wa
gun
gun


nted: Guns, old or modern, old
parts, military items, old BB
is, arrowheads. Call 674-4860.
12-8 T. 2-9


Wanted: Junk cars and trucks, any
condition, no charge for removal.
Call 762-8459. 11-3 T1-12



Lost: Black Colby Carver, female,
pit, cut ears, white spot on chest, an-
swers to Duchess, missing around
Flat Wood area. Call 762-9366 or
674-5367. 1-12,1-19
Lost: Basset mixed dog, male, 7
months old, Christmas present,
last seen at the Piggly Wiggly in
Blountstown. Call 674-5946.
1-5, 1-12

Found: Small dog, found on cor-
ner of Church St. and Marie St.
in Blountstown. Call 674-4512 to
identify. 1-5,1-12
Lost: Small female Jack Russell,
white, with spots, last seen in Hos-
ford area. Answers to Angel. Call
379-3206. 1-5,1-12




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Joe Brinkley, Lic. [ IN K L
Rei Estate Broker R and E
o-, ,-AB ASSOC.
Fax 643-1190
423 Hwy. 20, Bristol, FL 32321 REAL ESTATE
Check out our Web site: www.brinkley-realestate.com
*BRISTOL, "OLD HOME PLACE"- 2BR/1 BA, block, very nice, approximately one acre
lot excellent location in town, convenient to everything, selling "as is".
'ORANGE, 2004 singlewide, slept in 2 or 3 times, refrigerator, stove, washer/dryer, nice
partial leni ed lot with a ta.niastic new two car shop/garage with metal roof, only $59,900.
'OFF HWY. 12 N Two acres of woods, will rrak." a good nomre place, $7,500.
*HWY. 333.- Very nice, 2BR/2BA, 1996,singlwide, central heat and air, appliance, one
acre lot with oaks and a big fenced garden area $45,000.
'BLOUNTSTOWN 36R/1 -1/2BA, brick, central heat and air, 85x125 ft, lot, $60,000.
*HWY. 73 Older trame 3BR/1 BA house on one fenced acre, asking $40,000,
*WE HAVE SEVERAL MORE LISTINGS NOT ADVERTISED HERE
GIVE US A CALLTO BUY OR SELL!









Looking fora 4 bedroom home?? This 4 bedroom, 3 bath double-
wide is located on a one acre lot, with over 2,000 sq. ft. It also has
a separate study, den, living room and dining room. You have got to
-take a look at this one! Just reduced to $75,000.
Excellent Commercial Property in Hosford! Located on Hwy. 65,
two buildings, one currently being used for a restaurant business.
Asking $67,500. .
Buy it Before It's Gone! 4.63 acres located on the corner of Hwy.
20 and Hoecake Rd. Excellent road frontage and perfect for a small
community' Asking just $70,000. :
Pack Your Fishing Gear! .25 acres, just blocks from, the Estiffan-
ulga boal landing. Perfect spot tor a fishing camp or mobile home!
t Just reduced to $8,000.
SPrime building lot! 1/2 acre located on Old Bristol Rd., asking only
A $6,500. ,

Call us! We are dedicated to helping your needs, whether you are looking
to buy, sel or build a nel' home ie have all the information you need to
get started. We are licensed to help you purchase, sell or appraise any
real estate in the state of Florida regardless of where theproperty is lo-
cated or it hat company it is listed with. If you want honest, quality service
call Holli Revell at 850-445-0828.

6 M'strefrre.M stRe :err
9204 NW State Rd. 12,BrsoFIL 32321 ffice (80) 43-11


Summerwind Subdivision

22 lots, .5 to 1 acre + priced to sell from $15,900 to $19,900 with owner financing starting
at ONLY $169 per month. This subdivision is Mobile Home Friendly, and can also accom-
modate single family homes. This area offers a very relaxing natural country setting away
from the noise and lights of the city.

DIRECTIONS: Take Hwy, 20 to Hwy. 65 at Hosford turn South onto Hwy. 65 and go 3
miles toward Telogia, take a left on to Hwy. 67 at the Country Store and go East for 1 .5
miles. Summerwind will be on the right hand side.



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To start enjoying your very own little piece of the country, call
Ron Montgomery at (850) 545-4493 or toll-free at 1-800-317-3721.
Montgomery Realty Inc.






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Found: Pomeranian in Bristol.
Please call Abby at 229-228-0169.
no calls after 9 p.m. '.-;-:.i


1994 Coachman, 24 ft., $4,500.
Call 674-9461. I '.1
1990 Granville motor home, great
condition, new tires, new refrigera-
tor, newAC pump on engine, sleeps
six, needs minor cosmetic work.
$8,000 firm. Call 379-8751 and
-. leave a message. 11:. i.1


Brick house, 3 BR/2 BA, in Altha,
city utilities, walking distance to
town, $98,000. Call 762-8586.
'. 1 1I 2 1.i .4
Log house, for sale by owner,
18204 Roy Golden Rd., two bed-
rooms, one bath, kitchen, dining
area, living/family room, large clos-
els, two porches, central heat and
air. Call 674-5963 or 785-1476.
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Mobile home, 4BR/2BA, den and
living room, fireplace, sky lights,
on 1 acre of land in Clarksville,
near school and fire department,
$55,000. Call 674-4404. 11i 2,
Two rental houses with three lots in
heart of Blounistown, $61,500. Call
S237-2144. ;:.
FOR SALE
153 acres of timberland,
in Calhoun County,
$1,675 per acre.
Call 556-8669
Clark Investment Property



Yard sale. Saturday, Jan. 15, from 8
. a.m. until, located on Bridges Ave.,
one block behind Gas Mart on Hwy.-
71 N. Will have misses and junior
S:clothing, various household items,
etc. Phone 674-2637. 1.
Yard sale, Friday and Saturday,
Jan. 14 and 15. Located at 15473
NW Bodiford Rd., turn at Oglesby
Lab north of Altha and go past the
ball park to the first house on the.
left. Will have remnants of estate
sale, clothes, exercise equipment,
S. furniture, piano, odds and ends,
'., cacelll training tlebftal rho6rb ',' ,
fore or the day of sale .2 :


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2004 Ford Focus SE $1 9 9
AT, AC, PW/PL, Save on gas........................... $
2003 Ford Taurus SE $ 0 588
4 dr., PW/PL, SC/TW, 28k miles................ 0 I $ 0 0
1999 Pontiac Grand Prix 8 900
4 dr., GT, V6, AT, Leather, Moonroof ........... $ 9
2002 Mustang GT 1 895
Leather. AT, Mach sound system...............$ 59 i9
2000 Merc. Grand Marquis GS 9 9 5
4 dr., PW/PL, SC/TW. Cass.............................
1999 Toyota Camry LE $8 995
4 dr., AT, Spoiler, SC/TW.............................. $
1997 Lincoln Town Car $7 995
4 dr., Signature, Nice.................................


2004 Chev. Trail Blazer LS $20 995
PW/PL, TW/CC, CD, 29k miles.................. $ U
2003 Ford F250 Supercab $24 995
Lariat, 4 x 4, AT.........................................
2002 Ford Escape XLT $1 995
4 dr., Leather, Nice................................... I V16 9 9
2002 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT $21 6
Ext. Cab, 4 x 4, Leather............................ $ p 2 6 9
2002 Ford F150 Crew Cab S 4 QQ9
Lariat, 4 x 4, Fx4.......................................
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