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Title: The Calhoun-Liberty journal
Portion of title: Calhoun Liberty journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Liberty Journal, Inc.
Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 2005
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bristol (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Liberty County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Sept. 1991.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 38 (Sept. 18, 1991).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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tI J Ground-
M bk reakinfy


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The Calhoun-Liberty

LCI places 3rd

OURNALin Manhunt
Field Trials..13


Second shooting victim hospitalized with gunshot wound


Marshall charged in


shooting death


of grandmother


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal E.ditor
ACalhoun County woman is dead,
her close fnend is hospitalized and
her grandson has been charged w' ith shoot-
ing them both March 1.
Edkah Marshall %\as picked up b\ offi-
cers in Brookha' en. MNliissippi '\ here he
fled with his girlfriend and a 13-\ear-old
cousin nearly 19 hours after the shooting
death of Rubs Sansom, 71. Authorities
were looking for the tuio after an Amber
Alert as issued for MNarshall's 16-Near-old
girlfriend and his soung cousin. \ho were
tra\elineg ith him in his grandmother's
car.
Marshall is being held without bond on
an open count of murder and attempted
murder.
"He told us he lo\ed his grandmother
and would ne\er do an\ thing to hurt her."
said Ken Futch. an investigator with the
Calhoun Couni\ Sheriff's Department.
The 19-\ ear-old suspect asked for a la%\ -
\er. and other than that. "he's not talking."
Futch said.
But his girlfriend is.
The investigator gate the following
account after intern iew ing Marshall's,
girlfriend:
The da\ before the shootings. Marshall


Man held
without
bond on child
molestation
charge....,...2


Two charged
with election
fraud..........2


Stolen vault
truck found
abandoned
in Ga. .........2


Store clerk
arrested after
$3,300 in
cash goes
missing......3


Former store
site donated
for Hosford
Library........3


Emergency Services building nears completion in Hosford


by Teresa Eubanks. Journal Editor
The new Hosford-Telogia
Emergency Serx ices building
is now more than 90% complete,
according to Hosford Fire Chief
Sanmmy Hanna. "We've got a lot of
finish work to do. including putting
the sidewalks down and we've got
to do the parking lot," he said. He's
hopuig the project will be completed
b\ the end of March.
The facility \% ill house the depart-
ment's three fire trucks, w ith room
for more, as %w ell as four main offices
and a conference room.
In addition, the 7,000-square-foot
building was designed to accom-
modate an ambulance as well as its
crew. ,with quarters including two
small bedrooms, a living room and


kitchen. Four offices are located in the
front of the building. One office will be
for the fire department. Another is set
aside for emergency medical services. A


third office w' ill serve as a small satellite
office for the Liberty County Sheriff's
Deputy. The use for the fourth office has
not been determined.


The pre-fabricated metal building
has a large brick front, which faces
State Road 65 South. Construction
costs %were kept to a minimum using
inmate labor from Liberty Correction-
al Institution. The project was funded
with a $100,000 grant and a USDA
low-interest loan of $145,000.
The new structure also features
a lare conference room ith some
unique accents. according to Hanna.
"It's incredible on the inside." Hanna
said. explaining. "We've got a lot of
c\ press in it."
He said one of the inmates on the
building crew carefully crafted a w all
design using 749 individual pieces
of %wood. The result, he said. "\ill
amaze you.


Sheriff's Log ... 2 Community Calendar .. 4 Commentary pages ... 6,7 Obituaries ... 18 Classified ads ... 20 & 21






Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MARCH 9, 2005


Man held without bond on


charge of molesting girl, 7


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A man who told investigators
from child protective services
that he had no knowledge of any
sexual activity but admitted "he
had been known to black out
when he drinks excessively" was
arrested last month on lewd and
lascivious molestation involving
a seven-year-old girl.,
Clark Guilford MacKendrick,
38, who lives at Florida River and
lists a-Bristol address,is being
held without bond in the Liberty
County Jail following his Feb.


14 arrest.
According to a report from
the Liberty County Sheriff's
Office, the arrest stemmed from
an incident that occurred last
Thanksgiving.
The report said the child's
father and his daughter were
staying at MacKendrick's home
that night. MacKendrick alleg-
edly came into the room where
she was sleeping with some other
children and began touching, her
under her panties. The little girl
began to cry and her father, who


Stolen funeral home vault truck

left in shopping plaza parking lot


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
The man who stole it is gone,
but the funeral home vault truck
he made his getaway in is back in
Blountstown.
The one-tdn vault truck, with
the distinctive "PEAVY2'" license
plate, was recovered by funeral"
home director Marion Peavy after
he got a call from the manager of
a Columbus, Ga. shopping plaza
last week. "She told me it'd been
sitting in the parking lot for two
weeks," Peavy said.
He went to Georgia to pick up
his truck, w which x\ as left undam-
aged with the keys in the ignition.;
He said nothing X% as taken from
-the vehicle.
Authorities have not located
the suspect, Jason "Jay"' Frank-
SlilnAtkins, who took the truck
after he allegedly stole two other
vehicles in a 48 hour period last
month before coming to see a
relative in Blountstown.
Atkins \ as in a vehicle with
another man when they were-
pulled over during aBlountstown
traffic stop at 10:22 p.m. on Feb.
15. He fled on foot after giving
a false name. Police officers and

Warrants issued

charging 2 with

election fraud
by Teresa Eubanks. Journal Editor
Two Blountstow n residents
have.been charged w ith election
fraud after a local la%% man noticed
them illegal casting their bal-
lots in last No% ember's general
election.
Major Rodne\ Smith of the-
Blountsto%% n Police Department
: was surprised to see someone
She knew to be a convicted felon
Without voting pri\ dcses. % hen he
)went to t ote Nov..2 at the South
- Pear Street/Azalea Drive precinct.
in Blountstown .
\VWhen Snuith v. 1t to mnatKhis
ballot at 11:50 a.m., he reco,,-
nized Karliei Robinson, 44 vot-
ing next to him. After contacting
the lectionii Super' i'o "' Office,
, Snih le-inied thai R.hinnon had
signed an affidavit stating that
he was not a -on\ iced felon
-See-FRAUD on page 23


deputies searched the area with
tracking dogs until 4 a.m. but
were unable to locate him.
It was later learned that Atkins
who had stolen the vault truck
from behind Peavy Funeral Home
was stopped around 5:30 a.m.
by a Jackson County officer for an
equipment violation. The officer,
who was about to get off dut\,
let Atkins go with a warning and
didn't- ask to .see his driver's li-
cense. The truck w wasn't reported
stolen until two hours later but an
.alert had been issued for Atkins.
Atkins has an extensive crimi-
nal history from Florida to South
Carolina that includes about 30
theft charges, according to the
Blountsto%\ n Police Department.


was in the next room, heard her
and had her join him in his room.
There, the report alleges, she told
her father what had happened and
he told her not to tell anyone.
He assured her that she could
spend the rest of the visit sleeping
in his room.
A nine-year-old who was in
the room with the victim and
MacKendrick said she saw him
touch the girl inappropriately.
The second girl pretended to. be
asleep and tried to move around
: _on the bed in an effort to nudge
MacKendrick away from her
friend, she said.
MacKendrick said he had been
at a party that night where he was
,drinking before returning home
and going into the room where
the children were sleeping.
The mother said she found out
about the incident after her five-
year-old son. was talking about
hurting his knee and said "sorie-
thing bad happened." The boy's
sister then said that "something
bad had happened to her, too"
and told her mother about her
encounter with MacKendrick.
After the children were in-
terviewed by a child protection
team, MacKendrick was arrested
on one charge of lewd or lascivi-
ous molesiauon of a child under
12'years of age.
MacKendrick, who listed his
occupation as a carpenter, is also
being held on parole violation.


Driver ok after car lands upside down
A driver %whose car landed upside downin a ditch after she missed
the curne on NW County Road 274 emerged with a bloody nose and
other minor injuries Monda' night because she was wearing her
seat belt, according to a report from the Calhoun County Sheriff's
Department.
Elizabeth Curran, 19. was traveling west duri ng a heavy rain when
she failed to negotiate the curve because she \was traveling too fast
for the road conditions, according to the report.
Curran's 1997 Ford Taurus crossed onto the eastbound shoulder
and into the ditch, t here it hit a culiert and became airborne. The
left front comer of the car hit the eastbound shoulder once again,
causing it to rotate counterclock%\ ise and come to rest upside do\" n
in the ditch.
Curran used her cell phone to call a relative, who then contacted
the sheriff's department after the 10:17 p.m. crash.
The driver was transported to Jackson Hospital by ambulance.


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.e, "Mon. Sat., 6 to 10:30 a.m.
1.4: 1 SPECIALS
S, with coffee or tea
*2 eggs with grits and toast
', *2 pancakes w patty sausage
*Biscuit and gravy
Family Style Buffet
, Mon. Wed. Home Style BBQ & Buffet
6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thurs. Sat.
*. -,* s i., ..3," of' 6 a.m to 9 p.m .
Behind Dollar General on Pea Ridge Rd. ti Bristol 643-857.5 .'


CALHOUN. COUNTY
Feb. 28: Patrick J. Mullin, DUI; Victor Marlowe, VOP.
March 1: Bennie Mango, VOP; Fredrick Wilsey, VOP;
Bradley Pickron, VOCC.
March 2: Nathan Hackle, child support; Robert Rankin,
holding for Gulf; Raymond Brooks, holding for Bay; Edkah
Marshall, VOP, murder, attempted murder; Crystal Mc-
Callum, VOP; Melissa Worrell, theft from building.
March 3: Lilly Middlebrook, trespass after warning;
Gladys Miller, unqualified elector willfully voting; Kenya
Baker, FTA; John T. Gelvin, DUI; Myiah Ford, FTA.
March 4: Peggy Stone, grand theft, possession of
cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, violation
of CR; Herman Holmes, disorderly intoxication, resist
without violence.
March 5: Clarence A. Todd Jr., DUI; Aaron Wayne
Taylor, DUI; James Lynn Reddick, VOP (county and
state Liberty).
March 6: Terrell Lynn Mayo, aggravated felony fleeing
and eluding, possession of cocaine.

LIBERTY COUNTY
Feb. 28: James E. Lane, VOP.
March 1: Chandra Jones, introduction of contraband
into a state institution.
March 2: Mamie Gonzales, holding for Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office court; Crystal McCallum, holding for
CCSO; Melissa Worrell, holding for CCSO.
March 3: Timothy J. Everett, writ of attachment (Bay);
Gladys Miller, holding for CCSO.
March 4: Connie F. Foster, holding for court; Peggy
Stone, holding for CCSO; Matthew Ulam, possession of
firearm by convicted felon; Billy Burl Pullam, DUI, open
container, careless driving.
March 6: Servando Ortuno Jr., disorderly intoxica-
tion.
March 7: Zenen Hurtado Garcia, DUI.
Listings include name followed by charge. The names above
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Store clerk arrested after $3,300 in cash goes missing


Peggy McClellan Stone


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A convenience store clerk
was arrested Friday after $3,300
in cash went missing over a two
day period from the Southern Ex-
press at River Street and Central
Avenue in Blountstown.
Peggy McClellan Stone, 38,
was charged with grand theft.
Other charges were filed against
her after her arrest, including pos-
session of cocaine, possession of


drug paraphernalia and violation
of community control.
Stone was suspected of the
theft since she worked the two
shifts during which the money
went missing, according to a re-
port from the Blountstown Police
Department. During that period,
she was supposed to make two
cash deposits into the store safe.
The first deposit totaled $1,900
and the second deposit was for


$1,400.
Stone was the only employee
working the cash register at those
times, the report noted.
An examination of the store
security video showed that during
her two shifts, Stone opened the
cash register several times with-
out a customer transaction.
Blountstown Police Chief
Glenn Kimbrel arrested Stone
after finding her at the post of-


fice. The arrest was made quickly
because officers knew the suspect
has a drug problem and was con-
sidered a flight risk.
While searching Stone after
her arrest Friday, officers found
a plastic bag with several pieces
of crack cocaine, a pill bottle with
one rock of crack cocaine, a metal
pipe and a, copper pipe filter in
her purse.


Quick trip down Central

Ave. lands driver in jail
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Two members of the Calhoun County Sheriff's Department were
in front of the office in Blountstown Sunday when a pickup sped past
them on East Central Avenue.
Deputy Nick Keller pursued the truck and watched as the driver
raced recklessly. past other vehicles as he headed east around 7 a.m.
The deputy's radar clocked the truck going 94 mph in a posted 55
mph zone in front of the Airport Motel.
Keller activated his patrol lights to signal the driver to stop but he
continued on at a high rate of speed across the Trammel Bridge. The
deputy then turned on his siren to again attempt to get the'driver to
stop, but he continued speeding toward Bristol.
Liberty County authorities were notified as the truck, followed by
, Keller and Major Roman Wood, came into Bristol. The pickup finally
pulled into a parking lot near the intersection of County Road 12 after
running from Keller's patrol car for approximately three miles.
Keller approached the truck with his weapon drawn. The sole oc-
cupant, Terrell Lynn Mayo, 41, stepped out with his hands up, holding
a coffee cup. -The officer put Mayo on the ground and handcuffed
him. .
Major Wood arrived and Mayo's truck was searched. A small
amount of what later field-tested positive as cocaine was found on
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the front passenger seat, according to the report from the sheriff's
department.
Mayo % as taken to the county jail, where he was charged ith ag -
gravated fleeing and anempting to elude a law enforcement officer
and possession of cocaine.


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into her Easter Basket!.


We have a beautiful selection of


Former store site donated


for use as Hosford Library


A donation by a former Liberty County resident in memory of his parents is going to allow the
Hosford Library to move out of a singlewide trailer into a much more spacious area. Jimmy
Weaver of Tallahassee has announced that he will donate the site, pictured above, that was once
used as a convenience store on the south side of State Road 20 near the Hosford caution light
to the county for use as a library. "It started out as the Sunshine Jr. Store then switched to EZ
Serve," Weaver said. The 2,400-square-foot building has been unoccupied for the past few years.
He said the building is made of pre-stressed concrete and should be relatively maintenance
free. Along with the donation will come a half acre ofland. The only stipulation is that the new
library be named "something in memory of my mother and dad," he said, referring to the late
J.W. "Mutt" and Virginia Weaver. 'The community's been good to me," Weaver noted, and added,
"Daddy always said it was important to 'give back' and that's what I'm trying to do." The Liberty
* County Commission recently voted to accept the donation. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO

Woman arrested after allegedly

threatening boyfriend with gun
f i R kl id


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A woman who allegedly point-
ed a gun at a manand pulled the
trigger three or four times was
arrested Monday on charges of
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon with intent to commit
a felony, possession of cocaine
.and possession of drug parapher-
nalia.
Deputies from the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Department
responded to a domestic violence
call at the HI\. 71 home shared
by Jay Hoyt Rackley, 53, and Bil-
lie Jo Tolley, 29.
According to the incident
report, Rackley said Tolley awak-
ened him around 4 a.m. by bang-
ing on his door. She began mak-
ing accusations against him and
he left and went to Tallahassee.
When he returned at 8 a.m.,
he was met by Tolley. "She told
him he scared her and told him to
get out of the house," the report
stated.
.Rackley said he walked to
the kitchen and when he turned
around and headed to the bed-
room, Tolley met him in the
hallway with a gun and pointed
it At his head, pulling the trigger


ierh Uor our t mes. iK.aceiy sauu
he took the gun from her and put
it in his truck. She went to the
truck, got the gun and threw it
out in the yard.
At some point during the alter-
cation, a man who was supposed
to do some work on the home
that morning drove up in a truck
with a trailer. Rackley sent him
away and when he drove off, he
ran over the gun.
Deputies found the gun, a
Dickson .22 caliber, loaded with
six live rounds.
After taking a taped statement
from Rackley, deputies got per-
mission to search the home. In a
closet in the master bedroom the
couple shared, deputies found a
Brinks home security box. The
deputy's report noted that the
box was open and in plain view.
Inside, they found a makeup bag
with a three-inch straw and a
contact lens case with a white
power substance that field-tested
positive for cocaine.
Also found in the security box
were four audio tapes, which
appeared to have been recorded
phone conversations. They were
seized along with the rest of the
box's contents as evidence.


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Art Kimbrough to

speak at Calhoun

Chamber meeting
from the Calhoun County Chamber'
of Commerce
The Calhoun County Chamber of Com-
merce has a membership meeting and lun-
cheon on the third Tuesday of each month
at 12 p.m. (CT). The next meeting is sched-
uled for March 15 at the Calhoun County
,Senior Citizens Center in Blountstown.
Please call 674-4163 for lunch reserva-
tions.
The speaker for the meeting is Art Kim-
brough, CEO and executive director of the
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce.
.Mr. Kimbrpugh will speak on how to
grow a small chamber and make it a pow-
e-ful asset to the community. The title
of his speech is "Three steps for :turning
dreams into action."
The menu consists of cube steak,
mashed potatoes and gravy, turnips, carrot
and raisin salad, siraw berry shortcake and
ice tea or coffee. Bring an appetite, Mari-
lyn and her crew always cook a wonderful
meal.
YFor other information, contact Jessie
Ehrich at 674-4519.; .


Calhoun Chamber

seeking sponsors

for Bike Florida
The Calhoun County Chamber of Com-
merce is sponsoring the Calhoun County
portion of the March 2005 ("Red Hills to
the Sea Ride" and invites local businesses
to promote Calhoun County \% ith coupons,
gift certificates, discounts and other pro-
motions (some riders may take their meals.
at local restaurants or may need bicycle or
daily items'. .
Please contact the ,Chamber before
March 16 to arrange your promotion. This
annual bicyclist event is managed through
Bike Florida and Share the Road Cam-
paigni out of Gainesville (see Web 'site-
wwxw.bikeflorida.org).
The riders n ill bicN cle through Liberty
County to Calhoun County on Monday.
March 21 and leave for Apalachicola the
follow ing morning. If you know of attrac-
tions in either count) that may interest
bicyclists, please share pictures, informa-
tion, etc., with the Chamber by telephone
at 674-4519, fax at 674-4962 or e-mail at
ccchamber(@yahoo.com.
Lets find w ays to welcome the riders to
our community.

FWC hosts workshop in

Ocala for Game Farm
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission (FWC) has scheduled
a public workshop to seek input for rule
development pertaining to establishment
and operation of game farnis in Florida.,
,The FWC encourages all interested par-
ties to participate in the workshop, which
will take place Wednesday, March 9 from
6-8 p.m., in Ocala at the Agriculture Ex-
-tension Service Livestock Pavilion,. 2232
NE Jacksonville Rd.: '
Anyone requiring special accommoda-
tions to participate in the w workshop should
advise the agency at least five calendar
days before the workshop by contacting
the .FWC coordinator at (850) 488-6411.
Hearing- .or speech-impaired persons
should contact the agency\ by calling (850)
S488-9542 to arrange assistance


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4-H Sportsman Club meets at To.lay/
Veterans Memorial Civic Center after school
Liberty County Children's Coalition b14td.
mees al 11 a.m.,Emerenrc: Mrinagereni Buildring Jeff Stevens

Rotary Club meets at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital noon
Boy ScoutTroop 200 & 203 meets at 6:30 p.m., Mormon Church
AA meets 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg west door
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Liberty Women's Club meets
at 11 a.m., Apalachee Restaurant


Search & Rescue meets at
Wesiside Fire Dep! in Blountstown, 6:30 p.m.


Tod4y)'
Birthdatys
Rusty TofTey


Liberty County Commission
meels at 7 p.m. in the courtroom


AA meets 7 p.m., basement of Calnoun County Courthouse

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Blountstown Elementary School
Pre-Kindergarten Registration, ages 3-5


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SCBC Blood Drive at the
D Calhoun Co. Sheriff's
S Deparlment. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m


Tody


Nicky Phyilips


Dance at the 4mencan Legion Hall, Blountsio\tn 6 12p m.


Panhandle Pioneer Settlement Rummage sale, -
begins at 7:30 a.m.. March 5-12, .

Train Rides at the Veterans Memorial Park
*- in Bristol, 11 a.m 3 p.m.
MISS ALTHA, at the Altha School gym, 6 p.m.
Dance at the Amer*an Legion Hall in Blountstown, from 6 p m. midnight
AA meets 7:30 p.m.. Hosford School cafeteria


Today,


Ar ediMmIri


Ella Mae
Detweiler,
Jamie Morgan


Carr Elementary School
Pre-Kindergarten Registration, ages 3-5
Citizens Advisory Council for Big Bend Hospice,
meets at the Apalachee Restaurant, 11:30 a.m.


Blountstown Lions Club meets at 6 p.m. at the Apalachee Restaurant

Apalachicola River Creek Indian Tribal Organization
board meeting at the Creek Lodge, 7 p.m.

Altha Boy Scouts meet tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the Altha VFD
Bulldog Club meets 7 p.m. at the LCHS field house


Calhoun Co. Chamber of Commerce membership meets
12 noon at the Calhoun County Senior Citizens Center
Calhoun County Commission meets at 5 p m., Calhoun Co. Courthouse
Calhoun County Industrial Developmental Authority
5 p.m. in Calhoun Co. EOC, Room G-35
Dixie 109 Masonic Lodge meets at 7 p.m. at Masonic Lodge, Blountstown

Brownie Troop 158 meet
at 7 8:30 p.m., at Velerans Memorial Civic Center
Hosford-Telogia VFD meets 7:30 p.m., Hoslord Fire Station


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UWF offers social work

degree at Chipola
from Chipola College
MARIANNA- The University of West
Florida Social Work program at Chipola
College is now admitting students for the
summer and fall semesters. Registration
for the Summer term begins in April;
The bachelor's degree program prepares
graduates for entry into the social work
field. Currently, 34 students are complet-
ing internships in local counties. Thirteen
of these students will graduate in May, with
plans to begin working immediately.
Sherri Stone, who directs the UWF pro-
gram at Chipola, says, "Social Work is a
growing field with job opportunities in ar-
eas such as drug abu*e/prevention, hospi-
tal/hospice/home health, adoptions, school
social work, corrections, juvenile justice,
community planning, foster .care, abuse
prevention and domestic violence preven-
tion."
All UWF classes, are offered on the
Chipola campus during the evening.
For information, contact Stone, at 526-
2761 ext. 3356, or phone the University
Center Office at Chipola, at 71 Si 2276.

Hospice to hold

annual Memorial

Service Saturday
Hospice of the Emerald Coast will be
holding their annual lemornal Service on
March 12 at 2 p.m. at New Life Family
Church on 'Hwy. 90 in NMarianna.
The service will provide an opportunity
for family members and friends to remem-
ber and reflect on the lives of loved ones
who have died. It will be a time to gain
strength from the past, to be encouraged
in the present, and to receive hope for the
future. Everyone is welcome to attend.
For more information, please contact
Dian Holmes at 526-3577 or 866-219-
6439.

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Freedom's march down the 'Arab Street'


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- CRAIG FERGURSON


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- "Explo- that this is sufficient, President Bush
sion Kills Former Prime Minister." has since told them to "get your troops
"Suicide Terrorist Kills Five at C M E and your secret services out of Leba-
Nightclub." "Car Bomber Kills 125 N non, and give democracy a chance." As you know President Bush was recently
Police Recruits." "Iraqi Judge As- NiS -- In Cairo, Hosni Mubarak,
traveling around the country trying to sell his
sassinated." These recent headlines never known to be a friend of liberty
dsr b 0 ,. iDVby Oliver North o d h new Social Security plan. He wants to take our
describe bloody events in Lebano, or democratic institutions, has an-
Israel and Iraq, where IEDs. or "body nounced that opposition candidates retirement money and invest it in the stock market.
bombs," have killed and maimed hundreds. Though true, will be allowed to run for office in the upcoming Egyptian He says nothing can go wrong. I'll mention that to
these reports have apparently distracted many in the so- elections. Mubarak has been the only presidential "candi- Martha Stewart the next time I see her.
called mainstream media from a discomfiting reality: date" since taking power in 1981. While questions remain -JAY LENO
Freedom is on the march down the "Arab street." about who will be "allowed" to run, a taste of liberty in
Ever since U.S. troops first (went to Afghanistan in Oc- a democratic election may ignite the "fire of freedom"
tober 2001. our supposedly more experienced "betters" among the -"people of the Nile." Are you folks following the Michael Jackson trial?
in Europe and the "prudent potentates of the press" have -- And now, even the ro\ al family in Riyadh, Saudi There was an embarrassing moment today when
said that U.S. military action against an Islamic nation Arabia, seems to be getting the message. Though theto
u would cause the "Arab street" to rise up and crush us. This recent Saudi_"municipal elections" were more show than .hsgv ..
theme'% as idely repla\ ed in the build-up for Operation substance -- the elected councilors wield little power, quiet down. When he banged it, he slammed it
Iraqi Freedom -- and has been reiterated many times in the ruling House of Saud appoints, as many councilors down so hard that Michael's nose fell off.
the aftermath of Saddlam Hussein's capture. as were elected and only men could vote -- the taste of DAVID LETTERMAN
Since'his Inaugural Address. President Bush has been democracy has intensified the call on the "Arab street"
repeatedly castigated for his "naivety" on one hand and for real, elections.
for his "aggressive arrogance" on the other -- because Last week, the kingdom's Foreign Minister Prince The Bush administration is trying to look on the
he boldly tells those \\ho suffer tyranny that "the United Saud al-Faisal, speaking the heretofore unthinkable, said bright side of the rising fuel costs. You see, I like
States will not ignore your oppression or excuse your that in future elections-women "may" have the right to President Bush, I'm not sure he understands
oppressors. When you stand for your liberty, we will vote. Unfortunately, he then added, "We know we want these complex issues. Like today he said sure
stand with you." to reform, we know we want to modernize, but for God's it's now costing us more than $51 for a barrel of
Yet, despite the carping critics -- and the carnage sake leave us alone." oil, but thanks to our poor trade policy tie dollar
caused by those who would rather die than see freedom And therein lies the first problem: The prince doesn't
: flourish -- any objective observer has to conclude that get it. It's not just Bush's promise. "When you stand for s worth way less. So it evens out.
George W. Bush is -right. "The call of freedom" does your liberty we \\ ill stand v ith ) ou," at work in Saudi -JAY LENO
indeed come "to every mind and every soul." Freedom is Arabia --it really is a quest for freedom that is sweeping
indeed on the march -- even down the "Arab street." down his "Arab streets;" right past minarets preaching.
It was evident last October in Afghanistan, in the repression and hatred for all things "Western." Martha, if you're watching I waited for you.
ballots cast by Palestinians in early January and again in But Saud al-Faisal isn't alone in misunderstanding -DAVID LETTERMAN
late January on the ink-stained fingers of Iraqi men and what freedom really means -- and from whence it springs.
women. raised in proud defiance against murderous thugs Last week, %\ hen President Bush confronted Vladimir
who x\ould return them to brutal bondage. Putin about Russia's freedom of the press, Putin shot Have you seen the celebrity list of possible
SWhether the America-haters and Bush-bashers want to back with: "We didn't criticize you when you fired those witnesses in the Michael Jackson trial? It looks
acknowledge it or not, the "call of freedom" is now be- reporters at CBS.bad "Cannonball Run" movie. JAYLENO
ing heard in places where American "influence" has long Thus the second problem: Saud al-Faisal and Putin
been deemed by the "experts" to be minimal, at best: apparently believe that holding an election is enough. .
-- In December.ihundreds of thousands of Ukrainians It's not. As %\e have learned from the "election" of Hugo
peacefully protested to force a new election ,hen a rigged Chavez in Venezuela. there is much more to freedom than Microsoft chairman Bill Gates was given an
vote installed Vladimir Putin's handpicked presidential casting a ballot. Liberty also means a free press: freedom honorary knighthood by Queen Elizabeth today. I
candidate. Today, reformist Viktor Yushchenko governs to A orship-- or not: the rule of la% where justice is tem- believe he's now known as The Duke of Nerds.
in Kiev. The Bush administration needed to do little pered with mercy: freedom from fear -- of government, -JAY LENO
more than lend its voice to the calls for a free and fair criminals or outsiders -- and the freedom to come and go,
election. to speak politically, to work and create wealth.
--Last w eek. in long-suffering Syrian-occupied Leba- All of this -- and more -- is what freedom is about. The latest in the Michael Jackson trial: Bubbles
non, 25,000 unarmed Christian and Muslim civilians. Elections are not the end of the process. just the begin- the chimp may testify b using sign language.
protesting the assassination of former Prime Minister ning. That's w hat's w rong \ ith the argument being \\ aged t y i s lapenedto the
Rafik Hariri, forced the resignation of Syria's puppet by some in Congress to start withdraw ing American "
government in Beirut. In .the aftermath, the new Iraqi forces from Iraq no% that there has been an election. black guy with the 'fro?" -CRAIG FERGURSON
government --and even the French-- have joined our call Whether it's the "Arab street," or elsewhere, liberty
S for the Syrians to withdraw.v their forces from Lebanon and doesn't march to the beat of a cadence -- it arrives to the
d report the residue of Saddam's regime hiding there. sound of many drummers, and inipatience is never the The Supreme Court banned the death penalty for
Though they have yet to fully comply, the Syrians friend of freedom. juveniles. States can no longer execute anyone
have arrested and turned over the former dictator's half- under the age of 18 unless they'have a fake ID.
- brother, Sabawi Ibrahim al Hassan..And to ensure that EDITOR'S NOTE: Our regular columnist, Jerry -JAY LENO
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what he's going to do after he leaves the White
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warden. Now she's in her $40 million mansion,
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Invitation to an Evangelistic Campaign

NEWS Invitacion Campana Evangelistica


FROM THE I


Christian Home Free
Will Baptist Church
celebrates 111th
church anniversary
*" Christian Home Free Will
Baptist Church, known as "Net-
tie Ridge", is celebrating its
111th church anniversary Sunday,
March 13:
We will begin by having Sun-
day school at 10 a.m. and morning
worship .at 11 a.m. followed by
lunch immediately after church
in the recreation building.
Brother Donnie Hussey will be
Sthe guest speaker for this event.
Brother Hussey is the pastor of
S Salem Free Will Baptist Church
and also the moderator for Salem
Association of Free Will Baptist
of the state of Florida.
Pastor Chad Corbin and his
congregation welcomes you
'to come help us celebrate this
special day reminiscing with old
friends, former members and
the church family of Christian
SHome.-
The church is located on Hwy.
69 North in Blountsto0% n.


Annual Women's

Day Services
St. Mary Missionary Baptist
Church Women's Ministry cor-
dially invites you to its annual
Women's Day Serv ices.
The ser% ices will begin on
SSunday, March 13 at 11 a.m.
The speaker is Minister Deborah
Brown of Sneads. Dinner will be
served.
SWe %\ ill continue the celebra-
tion at 3 p.m. \ ith guest speaker
-Pastor Rosalyn Walker-Copeland
of Second Corinthian Ministry'
in the :Shiloh Community in.
Quincy. -
Please come out and join us.
You will be blessed by aiendiiing
these spirit-filled sern ices
The church is located at 16345
SE River Street in Blountstov.n.
For more information. call 67-1-
.. 8716 ;..'".: .

Prayer band meets
TheLibertyComminiimii PiJ er
SBand will hold prayer service
Thur"sdai, March 10 at 7:30 p.m.
(ET) at theho liie of Brother and
Sister Rufus Solomon.
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend. For more information,
S call 643-2474." .


The congregation of Oak Ter-
race Mennonite Church invites
you to come be a part of a very
unique experience for our area. '' .
The church is quite pleased .
to present Pastores Eligio and '
Juanita Nunez. They are a pastor
couple of a very dynamic Span-
ish congregation in Apopka, near
Orlando, Florida.. They will be
speaking on Friday and Saturday
evening and Sunday morning.
The Sunday morning service
will be a bi-lingual service.
-We invite all Spanish speaking and non-Spanish speaking people
to come experience the spirit, music and inspired teaching being pre-
sented. Eligio will be blessing us with his singing voice as well as
his and Juanitas teaching styles.
There will be a multicultural gathering for a carry-in fellowship
meal immediately following the Sunday morning service. The days
and times are as follows:
Dates: Friday, March 11, Saturday 12, & Sunday 13.
Times: Friday and Saturday 6:30 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m.
Fecha: Viernes, Marza 11, Sabado 12, y Domingo 13.
Hora: Viernes y Sabado 6:30 p.m., y Domingo 10 a.m.
Please don't miss this opportunity to reach out to our Spanish
neighbors and friends. For information, please contact-Pastor Dale
or Ms. Diane at 674-4516.
The church is located at 16790 NW 22nd Street in Blountstown.
Nursery is provided."
We welcome your church announcements and remind you to be sure to in-
clude the day and date as well as time and location of each event. We also
ask that you include a phone number or directions to the church to make it
convenient for our readers.


LaBarron Smith joins Florida

State University football team
LaBarron Smith, a 2001 grad-
uate of Liberty County High
School and a proud member of
the Bulldog football team, has
tried out and received walk on
status as a member of Florida :
State University's- Seminole
football team for the 2005 season.
LaBarron has been working with
Coach Jody Allen and will re- r
ceivehis pads onMarch16 justin .,
time to begin the spring training
Season. He willbe participating in ",
the famous garnet and gold game
at the end of the spring football
season. Coach Allen has said
that LaBarron will be utilized in r I!
the running back and cornerback
positions.
After graduating from LCHS,
LaBarron received a scholarship
to Yuba Comimunity College in
Maryville. CA. At Yubahe played
free safety and cornerback and helped lead the team to win the con-
ference championship.
LaBarron's proud parents are Rufus and Karen Dudley of Bristol
and Larry Smith of Sycamore. He is the big brother to Karina Dudley.
His grandparents are Emanuel and Shelia Solomon and the late Queen
Esther (Bennie Mae) Solomon.
His fan club also includes lots of uncles, aunts, cousins,, friends
and classmates.
LaBarron has worked hard to fulfill his life-long dream of being a
member of the Seminole football leend.

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CHEYANNE KYLE
Cheyanne Kyle celebrated her
sixth birthday on,,Feb. 1. She
is the daughter of David and
Janet Kyle ofAltha. Her grand-
parents are Lester and Edwe-
na Day of Weedsports, NYand
Betty and Rudy Jones, and
D.L. Kyle of Bristol. Her great-
grandfather is Joe Strauss of
Auburn, NY Cheyanne enjoys-
hunting with her dad, playing
T-ball and modeling. She also
enjoys camping and going
to Boy Scouts with her big
brother, Trey Lincoln.


SAIGE KENT
Saige Kent celebrated her
10th birthday on March 7. She
is the daughter of John and
Renea Kent of Blountstown.
Her maternal grandparents
are Lee and Bette Copeland of
Newberry, S.C. and Doug Kim-
brel of Apalachicola. Paternal
grandparents are Buddy Kent
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Sue "Lorrie" .. .
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John :David .
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Panama City.
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of Panamna City "
and Charles arid
Jeanert Newman ofCresi\ie\\. -
J.'D.'s parents are Vivian Godwin of Panama City and the late
John Godwin.
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King. He is retired Army and working at the Marianna Driver's Li-
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the Davis' house in Panama City.
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late Jacquelyn McPherson of ,
Connecticut. He is the great-
grandson of Louise Guilford .
of Orlando and the late Norna
and Margaret Moreno of Con-
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singing and playing with his
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lbs. 13 oz. and was 19 inches
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Groundbreaking


held for new First


Baptist Church


Members of the First Baptist Church of Bristol held
groundbreaking ceremonies Sunday afternoon at the
site where their new church will be constructed along
Michaux Road, south of State Road 20. Charter
members of the church, which was founded Sept. 26,
1948, joined deacons, church officers and a former
pastor for the groundbreaking. The church currently has
a membership of 426. The land was purchased about
seven years ago and plans call for a 20,000-square-
foot brick building with stained glass accents. The
project will be built by Harold Brown Construction. It is
expected to take between 12 to 15 months to complete
at a cost of $1.4 million. LEFT: Among those taking
part in shoveling the first few piles of dirt was church
charter member Jacqueline Singletary Bentley.
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munity College students.
The Chipola sophomores each
will receive $5,000 scholarships
which accompany the presti-
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Students from more than 1,700
community colleges around the
world are eligible for the annual
awards program which serves to
recognize the scholarly achieve-
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are made annually which makes
Chipola students' accomplish-
ment even more significant.
Guistwhite Scholars are
awarded $5,000 scholarships
to facilitate completion of their
education at a four-year college
of their choice. Applicants must
have a 3.5 or better GPA, and are
judged on community service,
work experience, honors and
participation in out-of-class aca-
demic enrichment programs.
The three Chipola students
all are officers in the college's
award-winning chapter of Phi
Theta Kappa and are active in
numerous service and student
organizations.
Lauren Eade of Marianna is a
member of the Chipola Honors
program, Student Government
Association and Student Ambas-
sadors. She was involved with
the Rock the Vote event held in
conjunction with the PTK Re-
gional Honors Institute on the
Chipola campus this summer. In
the aftermath of last fall's hurri-
canes, Lauren organized a group
of students to travel to Pensacola
to volunteer with the Red Cross
relief efforts.
Paige Rentz of Sneads is the
editor of the Chipola student
newspaper, The Papoose. She is
an Honors program student and
a member of the college Brain
Bowl team. Paige was the key
leader of Chipola's Rock the Vote
Concert on campus last summer.
The purpose was to encourage
18 to 25 year olds to register and
to exercise their right to vote.
Paige was instrumental in bring-
ing politicians and musicians to
campus to speak and perform.
She also worked with the na-
tional Rock the Vote organiza-
tion and was designated as their
north Florida street team leader.
Brandon Sasser of Chipley
is a member of college Honors
program, Brain Bowl team, Stu-
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MARCH 9,2005 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 13


Liberty Correctional team takes 3rd place in First


Annual Secretary's Manhunt/Field Trials Competition


On March 2, 3, and 4, Liberty and Calhoun
Correctional Institutions hosted the First Annual
Secretary's Manhunt/Field Trials Competition
at the Woodmen of the World facilities in Hos-
ford.
The competition consisted of-thirty-one De--
partment of Corrections K-9 teams from across
the state. The teams were allowed to use one
or two K-9's (Bloodhounds or Beagles) and six
officers. Each team was required to run two
tracks, one during the day and one at night. The
tracks were one and a half miles long through
the Apalachicola National Forrest. Four flags-
were hidden on each track that awarded a one,
minute deduction in time as a bonus, if found.
The team with the best overall time is considered


the winner. The time is calculated based on a
catch or no catch of the man. A no catch resulted
in a one and a half hour penalty.
On Friday, an awards luncheon was held
to announce the winners. Secretary James V.
Crosby, Jr. and Region 1 Director Allen Clark
spoke to the crowd of over 400 people about the
importance of K-9 tarhs to the Department as
well as local law enforcement agencies.
Other special guests included Region 2 Di-
rector Brad Carter, Judge Ken Hosford, Wood-
men of the World President Pat Dees, Former
State Representative Robert Trammel, Liberty
County Sheriff Harrell Wood Revell, Jackson
County Sheriff John P. McDaniel, Blountstown
Police Chief Gilenn Kimbrel, Blountstown Police


Department Major Rodney Smith, County Com-
missioner-Jim Johnson, Liberty County Clerk
of Court Robert Hill, and Superintendent David
Summers.
Trophies were awarded for first, second, and
third place. A porch dog award was also given
to the team with the longest overall time. Cen-
tury Correctional Institution received first place
with an overall official time of 20 minutes and
51 seconds, Apalachee Correctional Institution
received second place with an overall official
time of 22 minutes and 34 seconds, and Lib-
erty Correctional Institution received third place
with an overall official time of 24 minutes and
26 seconds. The porch dog award was given to
Sumter Correctional Institution.


TOP: An overview of last week's gathering. LEFT: The Liberty Correction Team
claims their third place trophy. BELOW LEFT: Liberty County Sheriff Harrell
Wood Revell talks with DOC Secretary James V. Crosby Jr. BELOW: Crosby
addresses the crowd. PHOTOS BY JOHNNY AND BETH EUBANKS


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Chipola River Soil and Water
Conservation District hosted its an-
nual land judging contest Thursday
24th.
Land judging is a challenging
activity in which the youth must
learn how to call the amount of or:-
ganic matter found in the top soil;
/. determine the rooting zone thick-
ness; declare how fast water and air
can move through the soil; shoot
slope (without instruments); figure
erosion and drainage. Information
from these factors will help decide
the land class and what conserva-
tion,, mechanical, and fertilizer and
soil amendment practices are need-
ed.
Special thanks this year goes to
Altha Farmers CO-OP for sponsor-
ing the event, volunteers, and land-
owner. Mark Peacock for allowing
us to hold the contest on his land.
ALTHA CHORUS
by Katie Brown
The Altha Choruses have been
up to many acti\ ides recentlN. They
performed very well at the solo/
ensemble competitions. Called the
MPA or the Music Performance As-
sessment. it i as held a Panama City.
In the competitions the performers
earn ratings of superior, excellent,
and so forth, with superior being the
best rating. The High School Mixed
Ensemble, the Middle School Girls
Ensemble, the Middle School Treble
Ensemble and the Middle School
Boys Ensemble all received supc-
rior ratings. Along with all the en-
sembles that competed, soloists jlso
had compeuuons. The high school
soloists %\ere Knstine Truax, who
received an excellent rating, Shan-,
non Grice. who received a superior
rating. John Baumer. who received
a superior raung and Lacy Adkins,
who recei ed a superior rang. The
middle school soloists were Brittne\


FFA teams from Calhoun E
County Schools competed
for the right to take part in
the state contest. Pictured
very top, the first place team
was, Altha FFA with team members Brad Wells, Ryan Wells, Jennifer Dehn, and Josh Foxworth with
208 points.. Pictured, bottom right, the second place team was, Blountstown FFA with team members
Donald Stanley, Bo Barfield, Lori Keel, and William Leonard with 150 points.
Pictured, bottom left, this year we had a tie for high individual, the tie was between Brad Wells and
Ryan Wells both with 71 points plaques will be awarded to both individuals. Plaques, ribbons, and cash


awards were presented to the winning team members.


Lytle, ShannonTruax, and Morgan
Swilley, who all received superior
ratings. High school chorus mem-
bers %\ith superior ratings get to
participate in the isate MPA in MalN .
Congratulations \to everyone on a
job excellently done.
T\o Altha School students will
be performing in Chipola's produc-
tion of "Anything Goes." Junior,
John Baumer, and senior, Jessica
Tedesco will hit the stage on March
8th. The shows will run from March


8th to March 13. Tickets are on sale
now at Chipola. Good luck to Jes-
sica, John and the cast and break a
leg! Altha School is. very proud of,
great students who share their tal-
ents with the school and the com-
munity.
PICTURES
Unfortunately the spring cap
and gown and pre-k through 5th
class pictures scheduled at the end
of February had to be postponed.
They have been rescheduled for


Cheerleader tryouts scheduled for April 4-8
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.-CHEERLEADER .
Blountsiov n High School cheer- BLOUNTSTOW
leading try outs are April 4 through CALENDAR,
April 8 in the Blountstown High Wednesday, March 9- Fac
1 .1 -c I -Wednesday, March 9-Fac
School gym from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 10-ige
There will be a mandatorN parent/ T a, 1 i
student meeting on March I5 from thru 3-11); Baseball game, hom
6 to 6:30 p.m. n the BHS liary. Softball game, home against Si
You must pick up a tryout packliet Friday, March 1 Evalua
:- u mus pi up a tryt in East Gadsden at 3 p.m.: Bo'
in order to participate in try-outs. East Gadsden at 3 p.m.: Bo
Requirement_ to try-out are as fol- Oak
lowAs. "-, Monday, March 14 Softba
p.m.; Baseball game. home ag
*A 2.0 G.P.A. from the 1st se- .m; Baseball game
Tuesday, March 15 Softb
mee A I o.at 4 p.m.; Baseball game, awa
*No U's in conduct;
-Yo U i .. co Freshmen Orientation; Chorus
*You cannothave been suspend- Wednesday, March 16- S
ed for more than 10 days, been dis- Thursday, March 17 Bas
Thursday, March 17 Bas
mnssed from a cheerleading 3:30/6 p.m.; Boys weightlifting,
squad, or quit a prior cheerleading Friday, March 18 Prom
squad. L S -
-TEACHER HIGHLIGHTS
by KvndaiEdivards and Andrea Paul joys about teaching are the same
The teacher highlight for this things students enjoy lunch, Fri-
% \eek is Mrs. Amanda McGhee. das. and Spring Break. She com-
Mrs. McGhee received her educa- mented that teaching helps to keep
tion from several colleges- Florida her young and she enjoys pushing
State, ULmnersitr of Tennessee, her students to think. Mrs. Mc-
Chipola. and Gulf Coast. and during Ghee's husband, Perry is currently
one strenuous semester in college serving as Staff Sgt. in the U.S.
she completed twenty-seven credit Marine Corps. He is also a section
hours. She has been teaching for a leader of an amphibious assault ve-
year and a half at Blountstown High hicle and martial arts instrtictor for
School. Many of the things she en- the marines.- He -is currently' serv-


N HIGH SCHOOL
OF EVENTS I

ulty/Senior Volleyball Game I
s International candy sales (3-10
e against Sneads at 3:30/6 p.m.; |
neads at 4:30 p.m.
tion Day: Baseball game, away |
ys weight lifting at 3 p.m. in Live

II game, away in Cottondale at 4
ainst Carrabelle at 5 p.m. 'I
ball game, home against Wewa
ay in Cottondale at 3:30/6 p.m.; I
District Festival in Tallahassee
ring Fling
seball game, away in St. Joe at
away in Godby at 3 p.m. |



ing in operation Iraqi Freedom II in
Fallujah, Lraq. In hMrs. McGhee's
spare time, she likes to prepare. for
the FCAT .and her husbands return
home. She also enjoys working on
the school musical, working out,
going to church, and singing with
her family. When we asked her
what she was like in high school she
replied laughing, A dork with big,
.frizzN hai." h a 1.> *


Altha FFA takes high honors in 2005 local land judging


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SCHOOL MENU
Monday, March 28 and Tuesday, Liberty
March 29. There is no advance fee County Schools
for the spring pictures. Class group
pictures for pre-k through 5th are March 10 March 16, 2005
$10. Envelopes to order these pic- ..A variety of fruits and '
tures were sent home with students vegetables or fruit juice and a
earlier. choice of lowfat or whole milk
There is a $20 sitting fee for se- servedwith all meals.
nior cap and gown pictures. Young I
men in the senior class are asked to THURSDAY I
wear a white button shirt and tie for Breakfast Chilled pineapple
the cap and gown pictures. tidbits, oatmeal with brown
sugar, cheese toast.
Lunch: Chicken tried steak,
F - 1 mashed potatoes with gravy,
ALTHA SCHOOL collard greens, corn bread,
EVENT CALENDAR I Jell-O.
by Megan Hansford
-I FRIDAY
Thursday, March 10 Breakfast Chilled orange juice,
i End of the third nine weeks; j Bam slice; cinnamon crunch
PTO Meeting; Miss Altha coffecake.-
I practice;- Varsity Baseball I Lunch: .Spaghetti with meat
Game vs. Grand Ridge, sauce, whole kernel corn, yeast
away at 5 p.m. i I rolls, chocolate pudding.
Friday, March 11 J.V.
I Baseball Game vs. RF. I MONDAY
Monroe, away at 5 p.m.; .Breakfast Chilledfruit or Juice,
Miss Altha practice I cheese toast, ready-to-eat
Saturday, March 12 cereal.
Miss Altha Pageant Lunch: Chili with beans, cheese
Monday, March 14- Se- toast, saltines, orange sections,
riiors/parents Financial Aid applesauce cake with nuts.
j night, 6-8; (J.V./V) Baseball
Game vs. Bethlehem, home J TUESDAY
at 4 p.m. Breakfast. Chilled pineapple tid-
Tuesday, March 15 bits, oatmeal with brown sugar,
i Senior Shadow Day; (J.V.NV) hot ham and cheese toast.
Baseball Game vs. Malone, Lunch: Hot dogs on buns,
home at 6 p.m. chilled apricots, potato rounds
Wednesday, March 16 with catsup,, oatmeal-raisin
I Cheerleading Tryouts; cookies.
P.K. Screening
Monday, March 21 | WEDNESDAY I
thru Friday, March 25 Breakfast Chilled peaches,
I SPRING BREAK ham slice, biscuit with jelly.
Monday, March 28 Lunch: Pizza, green beans, cole
I- Spring Pictures, Cap & slaw, spice-nut cake.
Gown Pictures All menus are subject to change
I Tuesday, -March 29 SPONSORED BY:
Spring Pictures, Cap & Laban Bontrager, DMD
G :,,ures:: Bristol; Phone 64-.54171: I.
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SCHOOL MENU I
Calhoun
County Schools

I March 10 March 16, 2005
Lowfat or whole
milk served with all meals

THURSDAY
Lunch: Pizza with cheese,
french-fried potatoes, corn on
the cob, fresh fruit.

FRIDAY
Evaluation Day
NO SCHOOL

MONDAY
Lunch: Sloppy Joe on Bun,
whole kernel corn, steamed
broccoli, friut cup.

TUESDAY
Lunch: Fish fillet on bun, baked
beans, coleslaw, fruit cup.

WEDNESDAY
Lunch: Beef-a-roni with cheese,
green beans, fruit cup, cookie,
rolls.
All menus are subject to change

SPONSORED BY:
I Calhoun-Liberty Journal I
I Bristol, Phone 643-3333 I
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to one of the Army inspectors, SFC
McGowan. BELOW: Color Guard (C/
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Jacobs, C/CPT Sami Clackum, and
C/SFC Bradley Ammons) begin Color
Guard drill.


J ROTC earns highestt rating
," Feb".. 22 federal inspection.-.
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Liberty County High School JROTC program
underwent an extensive federal inspection Feb.
22. The inspection included a briefing by the ca-
det staff, an in-ranks inspection, platoon and Col-
or Guard drill, inspection of staff records, supply
and logistics, and curriculum knowledge test. The
cadet battalion did an outstanding job receiving
the highest rating of Honor Unit with Distinction.
Cadets will now wear a gold star on their uniforms
to denote this achievement. The battalion will
keep this honor until the next federal inspection
in 2008.
Cadets wish to thank all those that supported
them, including their parents, the community, the
school, and their fellow students. It was a team
effort and everyone should be proud. The inspec-
tors and staff wish to especially thank Doobie
Hayes for lunch and Robyn Carpenter for hosting
the event.


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p.m.; Baseball game against NFC at home at 4/7:30 p.m.
I Saturdby March 12 JROTC State Drill Meet in Lake- ayearbookbeforeMarch l5you
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Tuesday, March 15 Softball game vs. West Gadsden at ATTENTION SENIORS
I home at 5 p.m.; Baseball game vs. Port St. Joe, away at 4:30/7 I All seniors need to have the
p.m. formal/drape pictures turned in
1 Tuesday, March 15 Mid-terms, 5th period exams Ms. Austin to go into the new
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ter page, $50. Call Ms. Austin at
643-2241, ext 253.
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at the EdgeWater Beach Resort
in Panama City starting at 8 p.m.
ending at midnight.
Juniors and Seniors can pick
up portrait prices from homeroom
teachers.


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NOTICE OF DECISION
USDA Forest Service
Apalachicola National Forests
Apalachicola Ranger District
Liberty County, Florida
Gator Analysis Area

On March 4,2005, District Ranger Mar-
cus Beard decided to implement alterna-
tive 1 of the Environmental Assessment
for the Gator Analysis Area. In this al-
ternative the Forest Service is propos-
ing improve red-cockaded woodpecker
(RCW) habitat in the Gator Analysis Area
through thinning dense pine plantations.
The proposed action would thin trees
from 317 acres producing approximately
951 ccf of pine pulpwood. It would require
maintenance of 11.5 miles of Forest Ser-
vice roads, reconstruction of 0.3 miles of
FR-125-D, the reconstruction of a low-
water crossing on FR-119, and landline
maintenance of 1.3 miles of Compart-
ment 89. All of the above actions would
occur within the next 3 to 5 years. The
other alternative evaluated was the no
action alternative. The associated Envi-
ronmental Assessment, Decision Notice,
and FONSI are available upon request.
from the Apalachicola National Forest.
For further information regarding this
project, Gary Hegg (850) 926-3561.
This decision subject to appeal pursu-
ant to 36 CFR 215.11. Individuals or or-
ganizations that submitted substantive
comments during the comment period
may appeal. Appeals must meet content
requirements of 36 CFR 215.14. Written
appeals, including attachments; shall be
sentto: USDA, Forest Service, ATTN: Ap-
peals Deciding Officer, 1720 Peachtree
Rd., N.W., Suite 811 N, Atlanta, Georgia
30309-9102, within 45 days of the date
of this legal notice. Appeals may be
faxed to (404) 347-5401. Hand-delivered
appeals must be received within normal
business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
closed on federal holidays. Appeals may
be mailed electronically in a, common
digital format to appeais-southerr4 .fs
fed.us. The publication dale ol this legal
notice is the exclusive means for calcu-
lating the time to file. an appeal. Those
wishing to appeal should not rely upon
dales or limeframe information provided
by any other source.



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE No. 04-027-CP
DIVISION OF PROBATE.

IN RE: ESTATE OF ARCHIE E.
WELLES,;- .

Deceased.

NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION

The administration of the estate ofARCHIE
E. WELLES. deceased. File Number .04-
027-CP, is pending in ire Circuit Court fot
Liberty County, Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is Post Office Box
399, Bristol, Florida 32321 .The names and
addresses of the.personal.representative
andthe personal representative's attorney
are set forth below

ALL INTERESTED PERSON ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT:

All persons or whom this notice is served
Swho have objections that challenge the
validity of the will, the qualifications of Ihe
personal representative. venue, or iunsdic-
t ion ot Ihis Court are required lo tile Iheir
objections ilth the Coun WITHIN THE
LATEROFTHREE MONTHSAFTER THE
DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE ORTHIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF ACOPY OF
THIS NOTICE OF THEM.

All creditors of the decedent and persons
having claims or demands against the
decedenl's estate on whom a copy of
this notice is served within three months
- after the date of the first publication of
this notice .must lile their claims with This
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
ORTHIRTY DAYSAFTERTHE DATE OF
SERVICE OFA COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.


All .other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims ordemands against
the decedent's estate mustfiletheirclaims
with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.-

THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE IS FEB. 16, 2005.

Attorney for Personal Representatives:
Thomas R. Thompson
Thompson, Crawford & Smiley
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 15158
Tallahassee, FL 32317
(850)386-5777
Florida Bar No. 890596


Personal Representatives:
Roger L. Welles
15549 New Market Road
Hosford, FL 32334 .


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COUNTY ROAD 67 EWP D.S.R.
LI-0011
PROJECT #58.062

NOTICE TO RECEIVED
SEALED BIDS

The Liberty County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids
form any qualified person, company or
corporation interested in constructing the
following project:
COUNTY ROAD 67. EWP -
D.S.R. LI-0011

- Plans and speciticarions can be obtained
at Preble-Rish, Inc 324 Marina Drive,'
Port SI. Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-1
7200 The bid must conmorm to Section
287.133(3) Florida Slaiuies, on public
entity crimes.

Completion dale for Ihis proecl will be
60 days from irie date of tihe Notice of
Proceed presented io the successful bid-
der.

Liquidated damages lor failure 10o corn-
pleie the project on the specitied date
will be sel at $500 per day.

Please indicate on the envelope that this
is a sealed bid,'the bid number and what
- tebid is for.

Bids will be received urni;l 5 00 p.m. East-
ern Time, on March 21, at the Liberty
Country Clerk's Office, Liberty County
Courthouse, Hwy. 20, Bristol, Florida.
32321, and will be opened and read,
aloud on Mar.ch 21, 2005, at 7:00 p.m.
Eastern Time. The public is irnvlied io at--
tend.

Cost for. Plans and Specifications will
be $50.00 per set and is non-refund-
able. Checks should be make payable-to
PREBLE-RISH, INC. '

The Board of County Commissioners re-
serves the right to waive informalities in
any bid, to accept and/or reject any of all
bids, and to accept the-bid that in their,
judgement will be: in the. best interest of
Liberty County.

If you have any questions, please call
David Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
S. 3-9. 3-16


REQUEST FOR COMMENTS

USDA---Forest Service Apalachicola
National Forest
Apalachicola Ranger District
Liberty County, Florida

Cat Branch Plantation Thinning

The Forest Service is proposing to thin
532 acres of pine plantations in compart-
menis 57. 58. and 59 on the Apalachicola
Ranger District. The purpose of the Cat
Branch proposal is to reduce stand den-
sity to make these stands more suit-
able for the Red-cockaded woodpecker
(RCW). Currently these stands are


so dense that the ground cover is be-
ing shaded out. Thinning these stands
would prevent stagnation, release the
dominant and co-dominant trees to in-
crease diameter growth providing future
RCW cavity trees sooner, and thinning
would allow more sunlight to reach the
forest floor keeping the ground cover
intact. Some existing forest roads would
need maintenance to remove- the wood
products but none of the roads would
need reconstruction. An environment
analysis is currently being conducted for
this project, and it is anticipated that a
Decision Memo will be prepared in ac-
cordance with the Forest Service Hand-
book 1909.15, Section 31.2.


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Pursuant to 36 CFR 215.5, the Respon-
sible Official is seeking comments on
this proposal. Comments must be post-
marked or received within 30 days be-
ginning the day after publication of this
notice. Oral or hand-delivered comments
must be received within our normal busi-
ness hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mon-
day to Thursday and 8 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
on Friday, closed on federal holidays.
Comments may be mailed electroni-
cally to. our office, in a common digital
format, at comments-southern-florida-
apalachicola@fs.fed.us Your comments
need to be as specific as possible and
should contain the following: 1. Name,
address, and (if possible) telephone


number; 2. Title of the proposal-on which
comment is being submitted; 3. Specific
facts or comments along with supporting
reasons the you believe the Responsible
Official should consider in reaching the
decision. Comments should be sent to
District Ranger. Apalachicola Ranger
District, P.O. Box 379, Bristol, FL 32321.
For more information on this proposal
contact Gary Hegg at (850)926-3561. 3-
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Position Available

Applicant must possess excellent '
communication, telephone, and computer skills.
Must be able to mutitask and handle
stressful situations with ease.
Experience in AP and Payroll is a plus.

Apply in person at:
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Responsibilities include scheduling
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Liberty County Board of

County Commissioners


Road and Bridge Department

Liberty County Road and Bridge Department will be-
gin accepting applications for several positions within
the road department. The positions will include dump
truck drivers, heavy equipment operators, and various
-other positions dealing with road equipment. Appli-
cants must have a valid Commercial Driver's Licence
(CDL), maintain good work ethics, be a team player
and have the ability to work well with the public. Liber-
ty County Road Department is a drug-free work place
and an equal opportunity employer. All employees will
be required to pass a drug test upon hire. Applications
will be made available at the Liberty County Clerk's
Office. If you have any questions, please contact
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENTTO ISSUE AIR CONSTRUCTION/PSD PERMIT
State of Florida
Department of Environmental Protection
DSP File No. 0770010-002-AC, PSD-FL-282A
Georgia-Pacific Corporation
Hosford OSB Plant
Liberty County


The Department of Environmental Protection
(Department) gives notice of its intent to issue
and air construciton/PSD permit to Georgia-Pa-
cific Corporation, for its proposed Hosford OSB
Plant located on State Road 65, approximately
4.4 miles northeast of Hosford, Liberty county.
The permit authorizes Geogia-Pacific Corpora-
tion to construct an oriented strandboard manu-
facturing facility with a capacity of 600 million
square feet per year, on a 3/8 inch basis. The
applicant's mailing address is: 133 Peachtree
Street, Atlanta, GA 30303. A Best Available
Control Technology (BACT) determination was
required for particulate matter, nitrogen oxides,
carbon monoxide and volatile organic com-
pounds pursuant to Rule 62-212.400, F.A.C.
and 40 CFR 52.21, Prevention of Significant,
Deterioration (PSD), A case-by-case Maximum
Achievable Control Technology (MACT) deter-
mination was required for hazardous air pol-
lutants pursuant to Rule 62-204.800(10)(d)2,
F.A.C.

Emissions will be controlled primarily with,
regenerative thermal oxidizers and particulate
matter control devices.

Total emissions of pollutants shall not exceed
the following annual emission rates: PM/PM10,
296.8:NOx, 449.6, CO, 755.8, VOC, 413 tons
per year.

An air quality impact analysis was conducted.
Emissions from the facility will not significantly
contribute to or cause a violation of any state
or federal ambient air quality standards or PSD
increment levels.

The Department will issue the final permit
with the attached conditions unless a response
received in accordance with the, following pro-
cedures results inma different decision of signifi-
cant change of terms or conditions.

The Department will accept written com-
ments and requests for public meetings con-
cerning the proposed permit issuance action for
a period of thirty (30) days from the date of pub-
lication of this Public Notice of Intent to .Issue
Air Construction Permit. Written comments and
requests for public meetings should be provided
to the Department's Bureau of Air Regulation
at 2600 Blair Stone Road. Mail Station #5505,
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2400. Any written com-
ments filed shall be made available for public in-
spection. If written comments received result in
a significant change in the proposed agency ac-
tion, the Department shall revise the proposed
permit and require, if applicable, another Public
Notice.,

The Department will issue the permit with the
attached conditions unless a timely petition for
an administrative hearing is filed pursuant: to.
sections 120.569 and 120.57 F.S., before the
deadline for filing a petition. The procedures for
petitioning for a hearing are set lorth below.

Mediation is not available in this proceeding.

A person whose substantial interests are-af-
fected by the proposed permitting decision may
petition for an administration proceeding (hear-
ing) under section 120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statues. The petition must contain the
information set forth and must be filed (received)
in the Office ol General Counsel of the Depart-
ment at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station #35, Tallahassee. Florida. 32399-3000.
Petitions filed by the permit applicant cr any of
the parties listed below must be hl.d within four-
teen days of receipt of this police of intent. Peti-
tions filed by any persor'- other than 'those eh-
titled to written notice under section 120.60(3).
of the of Florida Statutes must be filed within
founieen days of publication of the public notice
or within fourteen days' of receipt of this notice
of intent, whichever occurs first. Under section
120.60(3), however, any person who asked the'
Department lor notice of agency aetionimayfi.,:


a petition within fourteen days of receipt of that
notice regardless of the date of publication. A pe-
titioner shall mail a copy of the petition to the ap-
plicant at the address indicated above at the time
of filing. The failure of any person to file a petition
within the appropriate time period shall constitute
a waiver of that person's right to request an ad-
ministrative determination (hearing) under sec-
tions,120.569 and 120.57 F.S., or to intervene in
this proceeding and participate as a party to it.
Any subsequent intervention will be only at the
approval of the presiding officer upon the filing of
a motion in compliance with Rule 28-106.205 for
the Florida Administrative Code.

A petition that disputes the.material facts on
wfhih the Department's action is based must
contain the following information: (a) The name
and address of each agency affected and each.
agency's file or identification number, if known,
(b) The name, address, and telephone number
of the petitioner, the name, address, and tele-
phone number of the petitioner's representative,
if any, which shall be the address for service
purposes during the course of the proceeding;
and an explanation of how the petitioner's sub-
stantial interests will be affected, by the agency
determination; (c) A statement of how and when
petitioner received notice of the agency action of
proposed action; (d) A statement of all disputed
issues of material fact. If there are none, the peti-
tion must so indicate; (e) A concise statement of
the ultimate facts alleged, including the specific
facts the petitioner contends warrant reversal or
modification of the agency's proposed-action, (f)'
A statement of the specific rules or statutes the
petitioner contends require reversal or modifica-
tion of the agency's proposed action; and (g) A
statement of the relief sought by the petitioner,
stating precisely the action petitioner wishes the
agency to take with, respect to the, agency's pro-
posed action.

A petition that does not dispute the mate-
rial facts upon which the Department's action is
based shall state that no such facts are in dis-
pute and otherwise shall contain the same infor-
mation as set forth above, as required by rule
28-106.301.

Because the administrative hearing process
is designed to formulate final agency action, the
filing of a petition means that the Department's
final action may be different from the position tak-
en by it in this notice.-Persons whose substantial
interests will be affected by any such final deci-
sion of the Department on the application have
the right to petition to become a party to the pro-,
ceding, in accordance with the requirementsset
forth above-

A complete project file is available for public
inspection during normal business hours, 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except
legal holidays, at:

Dept. of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Air Regulation
Suite 4, 111 'S. Magnolia Drive
Tallahassee, Florida, 32301
Telephone: (850) 488-0114,
Fax: (850) 921-9533

Dept of Environmental Protection
Northwest District
160 Government Center
Pensacola, Florida 32501-5794
Telephone (850) 595-8300

The complete project file includes the appli-
cation, technical evaluations, draft permit (which
includes the technical evaluation, preliminary
determination, and BACT and MACT determi-
nations), and the information submitted by the
responsible official, e ..*ch.ie of.. confidential
records under Section 403.111, F.S. Interested
o'ersons may contact the Administrator, North
Permitting Section at -111 South Magnolia Drive,
Suite 4, Tallahassee, Florida, 32301, or call (850)
,'488,-'011,4 for'a,rJioi a,.,rij io 'a'.lic ..., .. '


James McCardle accepted


into Landmark College
James Travis McCardle was
accepted into Landmark College
in Putney, Vermont and survived
his first blizzard. He is studying
for his Associates Degree with
plans to pursue a degree allow-
ing him to work in archeology
afterwards. Landmark is a pri-
vate college and Travis was very
S -.- fortunate to'be given a scholar-
S ship that has paid for the major-
ity of his tuition.
Nm Travis has been one of the
most dedicated and diligent stu-
dents that Ms. Hill, teacher at the
Calhoun County Adult School, has ever seen. "He never gives up,
and I have no doubt that he will be a great college success," she says.
"He is truly an inspiration!" His family and the teachers at the Adult
School are extremely proud of him in making this dream a reality.
He is the son of Teresa McCardle of Blountstown.


OLD BLUE CREEK ROAD EWP
D.S.R. LI-0021
PROJECT #58.062

NOTICE TO RECEIVED
SEALED BIDS

The Liberty County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids
form any qualified person, company or
corporation interested in constructing the
following project:

OLD BLUE CREEK ROAD EWP -
D.S.R.. LI-0021

Plans and specifications can be obtained
at Preble-Rish, Inc. 324 Marina Drive,
Port St., Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-
7200. The bid must conform to Section
287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public
entity crimes.

Completion date for this project will be
60 days from the date of the Notice of
Proceed presented to the successful bid-
der.

Liquidated damages for failure to com-
plete the project on the specified date
will be set at $500 per day.

Please indicate on the envelope that this
is a sealed bid, the bid number and what
the bid is for.

Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m. East-
ern Time, on March 21, at the Liberty.
County Clerk's Office, Liberty County
Courthouse, Hwy. 20, Bristol, Florida
32321, and will be opened and read
aloud on March 21, 2005, at 7:00 p.m.
Eastem Time. The public is invited to at-
tend..

Cost for Plans and Specifications will
be $50.00 per set and is non-refund-
able. Checks should be make payable to
PREBLE-RISH, INC.

The Board of County Commissioners re-
serves the right to waive informalities in
any bid, to accept and/or reject any of all
bids, and to accept the bid that in their
judgement will be in the best interest of
Liberty County.

If you have any questions, please call


Reach readers in

two counties with

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Give Us a call at
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David Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
3-9, 3-16


COUNTY ROAD 12 EWP D.S.R.
LI-0031
PROJECT #58.062

NOTICE TO RECEIVED
SEALED BIDS

The Liberty County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids
form any qualified person, company or
corporation interested in constructing the
following project:,

COUNTY ROAD 12 EWP -
D.S.R. LI-0031

Plans and specifications can be obtained
at. Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marin Drive,
Port St., Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-
7200. The bid must conform to Section
287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public
entity crimes.

Completion date for this project will be
60 days from the date of the Notice of
Proceed presented to the successful bid-
der.

Liquidated damages for failure to com-
plete the project on the specified date
will be set at $500 per day.

Please indicate on the envelope that this
is a sealed bid, the bid number and what
the bid is for.

Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m. East-
ern Time, on March 21, at the Liberty
County Clerk's Office, Liberty County
Courthouse, Hwy. 20, Bristol, Florida
32321, and will be opened and read
aloud on March 21, 2005, at 7:00 p.m.
Eastern Time. The public is invited to at-
tend.
Cost for Plans and Specifications will
be $50.00 per set and is non-refund-
able. Checks should be make payable to
PREBLE-RISH, INC.

The Board of County Commissioners re-
serves the right to waive informalities in
any bid, to accept and/or reject any of all
bids, and to accept the bid that in their
judgement will be in the best interest of
Liberty County.-

If you have any questions, please call
.David Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
3-9 3-16

P 1UBUC AUCTION ]
Bristol 66 Towing and Recovery will hold
a Public Auction on March 26, 2005 at
1:00 p.m. (ET). '
1994 Red Mitsubishi 2 door Model 300 GT
Vin# JA3AM64J6RY006087
Our Auction will be held at Bristol 66
Storage on Hoecake Road off Highway
20 East, one half mile on left, you will
see our sign,. Bristol 66 Towing reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
The Calhoun Liberty Journal 3-9-05 1
If you need any more* information on the
above vehicle: lease'cal (850) 643-2522
ask for Dale.


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mu U U AINR : S _


ANNIE MAE MARTIN
BLOUNTSTOWN Annie Mae Martin, 93,
passed,away Monday, Feb. 28, 2005 at home. She
was a native of Blountstown and a member of New
Hope Baptist Church.:
Survivors include three sons, Samuel B. Martin
of Blountstown, Robert Martin of Cleveland, Ohio,
Charles Martin of El Paso, Texas; four daugh-
ters, Earlene Jennings and Helen Marlowe, both
of Bristol, Agnes Myles and Clydie M. Nelson,
both of South Euclid, Ohio; 17 grandchildren; 15
great-grandchildren; 4 great-great-grandchildren;
a host of nieces and nephews,, cousins, relatives
and friends.
-Services were held Saturday, March 5, 2005 at
St. Mary M.B. Church with Rev. R.C. McGriff of-
ficiating. Interment followed in New Hope Baptist
,- Church Cemetery. -
Strong and Jones Funeral Home was in charge
of the arrangements.

RUBY SANSOM
ALTHA- Ruby Sansom, 71, passed away Tues-
day, March 1, 2005. :
Graveside services were held Saturday, March-5,
2005 at Eastpoint Cemetery in Eastpoint.
Kelly Funeral Home. in Apalachicola was, in
charge of the arrangements.

JOHNNY BURKE
HOSFORD Johnny Burke, 55, passed away
Friday, March 1, 2005 at. He was a native and life-
long resident of Liberty County and worked as a
-logger. He loved the outdoor and loved to hunt and
fish, and he was of the Holiness faith,
Survivors include a daughter, Midget Lee of
Quincy; six sisters, Linette Temple of Blountstown,
Bernadine Branch of Wewahitchka. Renay Jordan
of Hosford, Kathy Floumo\ of Hosford, Barbara
Hobby of Brstol, Kattie Bottifig of Bristol; alife-
long companion. Betty Brough of Louisiana and
three grandchildren..
Graes'ide services %were held Friday, March 4,
2005 at Sanders Cemetery. -
_- Bevis Funeral Home in Bristol was in charge of
the arrangements.

NOLA I. SEWELL
ALTHA Nola T. Sew ell. 87. passed a%\ a\ Fri-
day, March 4, 2005 at Parthenon Health and Rehab
Center in Blountstown. She was a born in Calhoun
County and had lived there all of her life. She was
: a homemakerand member of Hasty Pond Baptist
Church. ,
She was predeceased by her husband, Albert
Sewell and a grandson. Jack Sew ell.
Sur ivors include one son, Dean Sewell and his
wife, Vivian of Aliha: one daughter. ChrystalWor-
ring and her husband, Thomas of Pensacola: three
grandchildren. Jerry Sewell of.Afghanistan. Allison
Marabella of Pensacola and Alan Campell; four
great -grandchildren. Chania God\ in. Any Godwin,
Austin Campell, Faith Campell. ':
Services, were held Monday, March 7, 2005 at
Peavy Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Dewayne
Tolbert officiating. Interment followed in New
Shiloh Cemetery near Altha.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.

EDNA FLANDERS
CLARKSVILLE Edna Flanders, 94, passed
away Saturday, March 5, 2005 at Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital in Blountstown. She was born in tie Frink
Community in Calhoun County. She, along "ith
her husband Vick, had lived in Missouri for several
years and after retirement moved back to the Frink
Community. She was a homemaker and a member
of Frink Baptist Church.
She x\ as predeceased by her husband.
-Survivors include several nieces and nephewt s'.
Sen ices e t ere held Monday, March 7, 2005 from
Peavy Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. David Good-.
man officiating. Interment followed in Clarksville
Cemetery in Clarks tile.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
> : ; charge of the arrangements., ., *
4 '',,1.; .44 44 ,,,.t4 .4 2 '


ERIKA LONEY
HOSFORD Erika Loney passed away Sunday,
March 6, 2005. She was born in Hanover, Germany
and-had lived in Liberty County since 1946. She was
retired from the State of Florida Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles, where she worked as a clerk.
Survivors include her husband, Daniel F. Loney of
Hosford; one son, Dennis Frank Loney and his wife,
Cindy of Tallahassee; one daughter, Carol Wooten
and her husband, Perry of Santa Rosa Beach; four

grandchildren, Jeremy, Shawn and Brandon Loney,
Travis Peterson and Terry Tucker.
Services are scheduled for Wednesday, March 9,
2005 at 11 a.m.(ET) from Blue Creek Cemetery in
Blue Creek.
Adams Funeral Home in Bristol is in charge of
the arrangements.

RAYMOND GUY REVELL
TALLAHASSEE Raymond Guy Revell, 75,
passed away Sunday, March 6, 2005. He was born
in Sylvester, GA and was a longtime resident of
Tallahassee. He graduated from Leon High School
in 1947 and Florida State University in 1951. He
was a former owner and operator of Revell Motors
and Gulf Wind Motel. He was employed as an au-
tomobile salesman by Tallahassee Ford for 33 years
and Champion Chevrolet for six years. He was a
member of Theta CNh Fraternity, Oddfellows, Tal-
lahassee Lions Club and an honorary Leon County
deputy sheriff. He was also an avid ourdoorsman
who loved hunting and fishing. Love of his fellow
man allowed him to give of himself freely, always
helping those in need. He served in the National
Guard. He also served as a deacon and treasurer for
Haywood Cates Baptist Church for 22 years.
He was predeceased by his parents, Clarence and
N lMaggie Revell, and a brother, Edwin Revell.
Survivors include his wife, Betty Jo Yates Revell;
one son. Raymond Garrett Rev ell: three daughters,
Kendahl Revell Daniels, Bronwyn Re% ell Moderau
and her husband, Larry and Dardra Re% ell. all of
Tallahassee; fiie grandchildren, Chance Daniels.
Chelsea Daniels,, Grayson Guy Re ell and Daniel
Moderau, all of Tallahassee, and CristN Moderau
Aponte of Fayetteville, NC.
Services are scheduled for Wednesday, March
9, 2005 at Northwoods Baptist Church at 2
p.m.(ET).
Culle\"s Meadow Wood Funeral Home in Tal-
lahassee is in charge of the arrangements.

CHERYL LOUISE (REEVES) DUNN
BLOUNTSTOWN Cheryl Louise Ree'esi
Dunn, 50, passed away Monday. March 7, 2005.
She was born in Cape May Courthouse. NJ and
had lived in Blounsto\\ n since 1984 coming from
Sweetr after. NJ. She \\as employed with the State
of Florida as a computer programmer and she also
worked at Shelton Trucking and Lenox China,
She graduated from Pleasant- ille High School and
attended Tallahassee Comnmunit\ College. She
was a member of Poplar Head Baptist Church in
Clarksville.,-
Survivors include her husband, Michael Russell
Dunn of Blountsto% n; one son, Michael (Mikey)
Russell Dunn Jr. and his wife, Melanie of Port St.
Joe; one daughter, Aimee Lynn (Dunn) Hanvey
and her husband, Michael of Blountstown; mother,
Alice Robinson of Lake Marn: three sisters., Alice
Ra\ Walters-of Erskin Lakes, NJ, Patti Mason of
Pennsville, NJ, Denise Sorin of Lake Mary: three
grandchildren. R\ an and Matthew Hanve\ and Em-
ily Dunn; several great nieces and nephews and a
host of extended family and friends.
= Sen ices N ill be held Wednesda., March 9.2005
from Poplar Head Baptist Church in Clark. ille at
10 a.m. with Rev. Gary Richardson officiating. Ad-
ditional services will be held on Saturday, March
12 at 11 a.m. from the Absecon United Nlethodist
Church in Absecon, NJ. The family will receive
friends at the Parsels Funeral Home in Absecon,
NJ on Friday, MArch 11 from 7 p.m.iET) until 9
p.m.(ET). The family requests that flo%\ ers be omit-
ted and contributions be made to Pea\ y Funeral
Home to help the family~ with the airline transporta-
tion charges to New Jersey.
Peavy Funeral Home in BlounLsto\ n is in charge
of the arrangements.

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HIDDEN I
TREASURES

HOW DO YOU
FIND GOD'S WILL?
Text: Romans 12:1-2
A man was praying to God for direc-
tion in his life. He decided to let God
lead Him. He found his Bible and de-
cided to open it up and leave it on an
open windowsill. He let the wind blow
the pages. When the pages stopped turn-
ing, he took the Bible, closed his eyes,
and put his finger down on the page. He
opened his eyes and read, "Judas...went
and hanged himself."
The man thought, "That can't be
right." So he put the Bible back on the
windowsill. The pages quit turning, he
closed his eyes, put his finger on the
page, opened his eyes and read, "go and
do thou likewise."
The man scratched his head think-
ing, "God wouldn't want me to hang
myself." He went to the windowsill
again. This time, he opened his eyes and
read, "what thou doest do quickly."
How does one go about finding
God's will? When the disciples were
distraught at the thought of Jesus go-
ing away, Jesus promised that He would
send His Holy Spirit to teach us and
guide us into all truth. How does that
work?
There is no magical formula. It re-
ally is not all that mysterious. We just
have to prepare ourselves to listen and
learn to recognize the voice of the Holy
Spirit. There are certain things in our
lives that must be in order before God
will speak to us and communicate His
will.
The apostle Paul explains this in Ro-
mans 12:1&2. For the next few weeks,
we are going to find out how to prepare
ourselves to listen to God.
When we are ready to listen, God
will communicate His perfect plan to
us. Then we can walk in God's pres-
ence and lead an effective, productive
life. We can have the abundant life thlt
Christ promised.
Ryan McDougald is a licensed, ". Jd ,i1
Free Will Baptist Minister hosting Bible
study in the home. For more information,
call 674-6351.


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Pollination the garden's unseen miracle


Pollination is the transfer of
pollen from the anther, or male
part of the flower to the female
part or stigma. Following pol-
lination, fertilization must then
occur through the union of male,
and female cells. Though this
process goes mostly unseen, it
is necessary for fruit develop-
ment in most cases.
Each spring gardeners sub-
mit very specific questions re-
lated to this subject. Following
are some examples:
Q. If I plant two different
varieties of the same vegetable
near each other in the garden
will the resulting fruit be a
mixture of these two varieties?
A. No, the resulting veg-
etable should have the charac-
teristics of the- original variety
planted during the first genera-
tion from seed. The result of
cross pollination would only
begin showing up if you saved
seed and produced plants from


Tl.HEBN ,


by Daniel E.
Mullins,
Extension
Horticultural
Agent, Santa
Rosa County


them in the future. Since most
currently used vegetable vari-
eties are hybrids, saving seed
is not recommended.
As always, there are a few
exceptions. Sweet corn, when
fertilized with pollen from a
different variety, can result in
color and flavor -differences.
The result of cross pollinated
peppers also shows up in the
first generation. For example,
if you plant sweet and hot pep-
pers too near each other you
might harvest sweet peppers
that are also hot.
Q. I would like to plant both
white and yellow sweet corn.
How can I prevent the two va-
rieties from "mixing"?
A. This can be accomplished
by separating the two planting
dates or by distance between
plantings. Sweet corn is wind
pollinated, so if planted at the
same time, the two variet-
ies should be at least 300 feet
apart. Planting at least two
weeks apart should also be suf-
ficient to avoid cross pollina-
tion.
Q. I have problems growing
cucumber, squash and water-
melon. They won't set fruit
even though the plants appear
healthy. What am I doing
wrong?
A. This is probably due to a


lack of pollination. All of the
cucurbit crops have separate
male and female flowers on
the same plant, but in different
locations. They are insect pol-
linated, and honey bees are by
far the most efficient movers of
pollen. In many areas there ap-
pears to be a lack of sufficient
bees to pollinate these plants.
It takes approximately eight
flower visits by.bees to result
in a well developed fruit. New
flowers open each morning
and bees are most active from
shortly after sunrise until mid-
morning.
In the absence of sufficient
bees, you can try the hand pol-
linating of a few plants. This
can be done by transferring pol-
len from newly opened flowers
using a small brush. Deposit
it on the stigma, which is on a
raised area in the middle of the
female cucurbit flower.
Q. How long does it take for
vegetables to produce fruit af-
ter pollination?
A. This varies with the kind
of vegetable. Summer squash
only requires five to seven
days, while butternut and other
winter squashes require up to
two months. Tomatoes and
peppers need about six weeks.
Pollination is a fascinat-
ing subject and there is plenty
of information available for
the gardener. The University
of Georgia has prepared a six
page document that goes into
more detail. This publica-
tion can be found online. On
a good search engine, type in
UGA Pollination of Vegetable
Crops.


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S FOR SALE


Greyco LiteRider stroll
matching SnugRide infant c
Winnie the Pooh theme, ex
condition, paid $150 askir
Call 643-4362 ask for Lane


Massey Ferguson 35 farm 1
rebuiltgas engine, turning pl
disc included, $3,500. Ca
8010.

135 Massey Ferguson t
fourcyclinder, gas, runs goo
no oil, $4,200. Call 482-877


International Cup tractor, ir
wood belly mower, harrows,
plow, runs good, doesn't
$2,400. Call 482-8778.

Wedding dress, white, sp
straps, crystal beads or
-and back, size 9, $450. Ca
1482.

Bridesmaid dresses, one is
with spaghetti straps, size
asking $50; one teal, two
strapless or straps, size 10,
$75. Call 643-1482.


Bucket seats,
Chevrolet,. good
Call 762-2507.


cloth, for
condition,


Leather jacket, tan, ladies si
dium, $12. Call 674-6142.

Air conditioner, 25,000
cools 4 large rooms, $15i
674-3532.

Murray power mower with
and Straton engine, $25. Ce
3532.

items free to people who lo
homes. Call 643-2612.

Dining table with six chair
hogany with hot pad for tab
china cabinet and buffet to me
for $500. Call 643-2612.

Air hockey game tablefor$,
643-2612.

Toys and games for boys, m
offer. Call 643-2612.

Debutante by Syracure
plates, salad plates, cup wi
cers. bread and butter dis
dishes with eight complete
settings. Call 643-2612.

Microwave with stand in great
ing order, $50. Call 643-261


Metal desk with chair for $50
offer. Call 643-2612.

rTwo side chairs on rollers
each; octagon shaped mirror
Call 643-2612.

Magnavox camcorder with c
$50. Call 643-2612.

Dell computer with Microso
includes speakers, scanner,
computer table and chair, $1
643-2612.

Two twin box springs, new
plastic, $10 each. Call 462-


Books, Books, and Books, cook
books, knit and crochet books,
children's books, Physicians Desk
Reference, and more. Call 762-
3477. 3-9, 3-16


ng $75. Magellan GPS with software, paid
*t. over $300 asking $150. Call 674-
3-9,3-16 5157 or 899-3595. 3-9, 3-16

tractor, Prom dresses,pink size 5/6; green
ow and size 5/6; black size 6. Call 674-7228
Ill 674- ask for Natalie States. 3-9,3-16
3-9, 3-16 .
Wedding dress and veil, size 12,
reactor, asking $200 or best offer. Call 379-
d78. 3232. 3-9, 3-16

3-9, 3-16 Beretta 9mm pistol, stainless steel
with extras. Call 643-8811. 3-9,3-16
includes
bottom Garden tiller, Rear Tine, 5 1/2 hp,
use oil, Briggs and Straton engine. Call 593-
3-9, 3-16 6293 or 526.-1753, 3-9,3-16

)aghetti Sears riding mower, 14 hp with 38"
n front cut. Call 593-6293 or 526-1753.
ill 643- 3.9,3-16
3-9, 3-16
Coffee and end table for $20 each.
yellow Call 674-4475. 3-2, 3-9
9/10,
piece, Furniture, maple trimmed couch,
asking $150 and recliner, $35. Call 643-
3-9,3-16 4335. 3-2,3-9

1999 Orthopedic wheelchair, paid
$275. $2,000 will sacrifice for $750; elec-
.3-9,3-16 tric wheelchair, $1,000. Call 643-
4335. 3-2,3-9
zeme-
39 3-16 Two carat diamond ring, two
layers, must see, selling appraisal
BTU, $4,300willsellfor$2,600. Call 674-
D. Call 2720. 3-2,3-9
3-9, 3-16
Cosco toddler seat, 5 point har-
Briggs ness seat belt clip, arm rest, head
all 674- pillow, $30; black metal futon bed,
3-9,3-16 $75. Call 643-2091. 3-2, 3-9

st their Old brass chandelier, works,
3-9, 3-16 mounting plate for ceiling, $20. Call
643-3908. 3-2, 3-9
rs, ma-
le. has Genuine leather jacket, black,.
atch, all. great lor bike weeK in Daytona, size
.:,- ..i medium, excellent condition, $70.
Call 762-3477. 3-2,3-9
20. Call
3-9, 316 Antique dining table, solid wood,
with drop-in leaf, french provincial
lake an with fruit wood top, seats 6, $60. Call
3-9, 3-16 762-3477. ..2,3-9

China, Nursing assistant's textbook,
th sau- Mosby's 5th edition, work book and
;h etc.; notes, helpful to getl CNA certifica-
Splace tion $25. Call 762-3477. 3-2,3-9
3-9,3-16 Whitney piano, for more informa-
t work- tion please call 674-4029. 3-2,3-9
atwork-
12.
12. 6 GE refrigerator/freezer, side by
side, has water, crushed ice and ice
orbest cubes through the door, excellent
3-9,3-16 condition. $400. Call 379-9495.

for $5 539 IMT tractor, 5 ft. Brown bush
Sfor $5. hog and 7ft; disc all for $5,000. Call
643-5830. 3-2,3-9
;asefor
Sasefor Stair Stepper for $25 or best offer.
Call 379-8583. 3-2,3-9
ft Word
printer, Recliner, brand new, lighttan, $250,
00. Call Call 643-5696. 3-2,3-9
3-9, 316
Hewlett Packard desk jet 952
v, still in printer, mint condition, has ink car-
8195. tridges, $50. Call 265-5373.
S. '~- 2, 3-9


Berber carpet, white, there
$200 or best offer. Call 67'


Wireless speakers for $25
offer. Call 674-6104.

Ceiling fans, five, for bes
Call 674-6104.

Kodak 6000 printer dock f(
or best offer. Call 674-6104


Prom dresses, size 14-16
bottom with gold sequin top,
size 5-6 with deep purple I
backless, top has blackvelve
of pearls for the neckline, bra
for $45. Call 674-5753.



1985 Ford Ranger, 4x4, run
drives, $850. Call 674-801(

1980 Chevrolet long wheE
truck for $550. Call 674-84:

1999 ChevyZ71, regular cab
body lift, dual exhaust, after
sound system, $10,000. CE
4837.
1992 Buick Roadmaster v
very good condition, $2,85
762-8812.

1993 Chrysler LaBaron, 1
miles for $1,900. Call 762-8

1974VW Superbeatle, good
tion, $2,500. Call 674-3872

1998 Ford Windstar, 69,00(
$6,500. Call 447-0999.
1994 Nissan Altima for
Call 447-0999.
1992 Mitsubishi Galantfor$
Call 447-0999.
1994 Lincoln Towncar, ii
condition, will trade for van i
shape. Call 674-1408 ask f
sie.
1983 Chevy S10 Extende
,AC/heater, radio, fairly nev
body in good shape, $2,300
offer. Call 379-3229 and I
message.



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Be rolls, 1991-1995 Truck/Pathfinder
4-6104. VG30E parts, V-6 motor with war-
3-2,3-9 ranty for $600, and automatic 4x4
transmission with transfer case for
or best $500, will take $1000 or best offerfor
3-2, 3-9 both. Call 674-4058 or 447-0072.
3-9, 3-16
st offer.
3-2,3-9 1991 NissanTruck, 4x4, extended
cab, rolling chassy, body in good
or$100 condition, $200 or best offer. Call
. 674-4058 or 447-0072. 3-9, 3-16
3-2, 3-9
1993 Nissan, extended cab, 4x4
3, black pickup, good shape, $1,800 or best
for$45; offer. Call 899-0901 or 379-8764.
bottom, 3-9, 3-16
Bt, string
ind new 199 Ford F150, 4x4, has 35x12x50
3-2,3-9 tires, with 302,5.0 engine, 5 speed,
.--.. all 4-wheel drive works, 150,000
Smiles, $3,500 or best offer. Call
674-9309. 3-9, 3-16
s good, 1996 Ford Explorer, in excellent
0.
3-9,.3-16 condition, power ev- thing, ser-
viced regularly '-0 .les, asking
el base $3,800. Foil ' information call
37. 643-7072(days) or 674-8990(eve-
3-9,3-16 nings). 3-9,3-16
b,V8,3"
market 1995 Mustang, teal with blue pearl
all 209- inthe.paintjob, V6,5 speedwith 17"
3-9,3-16 wheels, AM/FM, CD player, grey
interior, good condition, depend-
wagon, able, daily driver, asking $4,500
50. Call negotiable. Call 674-2255 and leave
3-9,3-16 a message. 3-2, 3-9

06,000 2001 Olds Aurora, V8, four door,
B195. diamond white, leather, moon roof,
3-9,3-16 40,000 miles, luxury ride, sharp,
Scondi- $18,000. Call 674-5381 and ask
cond- for Barbara. 3-2, 3-9
3-9,3-16
1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Lar-
0 miles, edo, V8, 4x4, cassette and 10 disc
3-9,3-16 CD player, power windows and
$4,490. seats, sunroof, tow package, cloth
3-9, 316 interior, black in color, automatic,
tinted windows, cruise control, retail
$1,500. value $11,950 asking $10,500. Call
'13-9, 3-16 643-2091. 3-2, 3-9
n good
n good 1998 GMCZ-71, black, 4x4, regular
in good .
for Jes- cab, step-side, 5.7 liter, automatic,
AC, power windows and locks, AM/
3-9,3-16 FM cassette, CD, excellent cloth
d Cab, ;nterior,'aluminum tool box, sides
w tires, and tailgate cover, flow master ex-
or best haust, good tires, towing package,
eave a asking $8,000 or best offer. Call
3-9,'3-16 379-3046. 3-2, 3-9




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1991 Chevrolet 1500; utility body,
runs good, $2,500 of best offer. Call
674-9214. 3-2,3-9

1993 Chevy Corsica, will sell or
trade. Call 670-4458. 3-2, 3-9

1984 Ford F250 for $800. Call 670-
4458. 3-2, 3-9

1997 F350 Crew Cab Duallie,
power stroke diesel, automatic
transmission, power steering, pow-
er brakes, electric windows, cruise
control, air conditioning, aluminum
wheels, rhino lining, stainless
running boards, gooseneck hitch,
also; receiver hitch, white great
tow vehiclejgood condition, asking
$13,500. Call 762-3937. 3-2, 3-9

1990 Chevrolet S10 Blazer, two
door. For more information call
674-4029. 3-2, 3-9

Four heavy wheels, aluminum, six
lug, $100. Call 762-2118. .. 39




Farm Equipment
Saturday, March 19 at
9 a.m.,1 mile, east of
Greenwod, FL on
Hwy. 69, Fort Rd.
Consignments Wecome
John Stanley
(850)594-5200
AU044/AB491 3-9:3-16



BR Set, Solid wood: 7 pc.
queen/king bed, dresser,
mirror, 2 nightstands, chest
avail' New in boxes. -Can
deliver. Retail $5000 sell $1400.
Call 850-222-9879
Bed, KING Size, name brand
mattress, box w/ warranty, New
in plastic $295 can deliver 850-
222-2113
BEd Solid wood'chersry seigh
bed & pillow top mattress set.
All New in box. Retail $1400,.
sell $575. 850-222-7783
Queen Double Pillow- top
mattress set. Name bIrand, New
in plastic, factory warranty,
$195. 850-425-8374
Couch & Loveseat: Brand new,
still packaged, w/ warranty. Can
deliver. Suggested retail $1200,
sell $450. 850-545-7112
DINING "'RM. Beautiful. new
cherry table, 6 Chippendale
chairs, lighted china cabinet.
can deliver. $3K list, sell for
$1100. 850-222-2113
Bed, New Visco NASA Memory
Foam Mattress Set. Still boxed,
factory warranty, can deliver.
Mfg. list $1200, sell $400. Call
850-425-8374


1994 S10 pickup accessories,
front grill, back bumper with trailer
hitch, corner pieces; Euro taillights
paid $129, asking $100,for every-
thing. Call 643-2225. 3-2, 3-9

1985 Volvo Station Wagon, one
owner, heat, air, over drive, cruise
control, new tires, 275,000 miles,
ready to go, $3,000. Call 643-
5774. 3-2,3-9


1997 Lincoln Town Car, signature
series, one owner, top condition,
loaded, 153,000 miles, $5,900. Call
643-5774. 3-2, 3-9

1986 Mercedes 190E, red, 4 door,
'cruise control, sun roof, air and
Seat, leather, needs transmission,
61,000 miles. Call 524-6748 or 539-
1385. 3-2, 3-9

1988 Chevy Blazer, excellent
condition, $1,100. Call 643-2994.
3-2,3-9

Four Chevrolet wheels and tires,
off ofa 2003 Z71,265/75 R1 6, $400.
Call 762-2118. 3-2,3-9



'EASY FINANCING.
READY TO MOVE IN
2002 doublewide
with 3BR on
approximately 1/2
acre lot at NW 12th in
Blountstown. $55,900
SFor more information,
call (866)471-2005
-aT.330


2003 V Star Silverado, 650cc,
garnet and root beer in color, fully
dressed, garage kept, looks and
runs like new, 82,765 original miles,,
will sell for pay off $6,100 firm. Call
643-4701. 3-9, 3-16

1992Yamaha 1300, Venture Royal,
excellent condition, asking $3,000.
Call 379-3078. 3-2,3-9

ATV Super Swamper tires, four.
Call 379-3046 for more details.
3-2, 3-9


2004Yamaha 350, blue, automatic
transmission, less than 10 hours,
$3 200 Call 524-6748 or 539-
1385. ,



White Line 14 ft. Bateau, with 20
hp Mariner outboard, stick steer-
ing, White Line aluminum seats,
galvanized trailer, $2,200. Call 674-
8010. 3-9,3-16





1/2 acre Mobile
Home lot located in
Neal Subdivision
in Bristol
Call
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Reasonable rates!
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1998 Partikraft pontoon boat, 90
hp Mercury Force engine, 53 lbs.
thrust trolling motor, 24 ft., sleeps
six, bathroom, ice box, full canvas
top. Call 674-5719. 3-9,3-16

Aluminum boat, 16 ft. with trailer,
.$350. Call 643-2705. 3-9, 3-16

1986 Mariner, 30 hp boat motor,
runs great, $400 or best offer. Call
762-2118. 3-2,3-9

1989 21 ft. Proline with cuddy
cabin, walk about, 200 hp Johnson
motor, galvanized tandem axle
trailer, real good condition. Asking
$5,000. Call 674-7138 and leave
a message or 899-0269 (ask for
Eddie). 2-9 T. 3-9


Three Beagle deer dogs, free to
a good home. Call 379-3536.
3-9, 3-16

Puppies, Colby and CarverAmeri-
can Red Pit, two females and four
males, $150 each. Call 674-2106.
3-9, 3-16

Puppies, free to a good home. Call
762-2028. 3-9, 3-16

Ferrett, female, very tame, child
friendly, comes with everything
needed for care; like new, 3 story
cage retails for $175; both for $200
or best offer. Call 674-1997.
3-2,3-9

Schnauzer mix puppy, female,
brown, medium size, free to a good
home. Call 674-4405. 3-2, 3-9

Game chickens, $2.50for hens and
$5 for roosters. Call 379-3078..
3-2, 3-9

Puppies, outside mixed breeds;
one golden lab mix dog and one
chow mix, free to a good home.
Call 762-8566. 3-2,3-9-

Quarter horse gelding, strawberry
roan, stop by and see at 19677 SW
Barfield Rd. in Blountstown.or call
674-6142. 3-2, 3-9

Turkeys and peacocks, for more
information please call 674-8939
after 5 p.m.(CT). 3-2, 3-9


1988 Skylark Parkmodel travel
trailer, 35 ft., with AC, partially fur-
nished, $4,500. Call 643-4335.
S3-2, 3-9



Wanted: Old model Mustang, need
not have motorortransmission. Call
762-8742. 3-9,3-16

Wanted: someone who moves
mobile homes. Call 674-6142.
3-9, 3-16

Wanted: anyone looking for parts
to buy for a 1993 Ford Escort. Call
379-9400. 3-9,3-16

Wanted: a pony saddle and bridle at
reasonable:price. Call 379-3232. "
3-9, 3-16


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.


Yard sale, Saturday, March 12,.
7 a.m.,until, on Hwy. 69 N 2 1/2
miles past Blountstown Elemen-
tary School on right, look for signs;
includes clothes, toys, odds and
ends, house hold items, something
for everyone. Phone 674-9127.
3-9

,Yard Sale, 20757. NE Kelly St.,
Blountstown, including new items,
seven days a week. Phone 674-
5753. 3-2,3-9

Annual Rummage Sale, March
5, 8, 10 thru 12 from 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m.(CT) at the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement at the Frink gym, half off
sale March 11 and bag sale March
12. Call 674-2777. 3-2,3-9


SSummerwind 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.

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Wanted: Junk cars and trucks, any
condition, no charge for removal.
Call 762-8459. 2-2 T. 4-6



Lost: Shih Tzu, male, sandy brown
with black ears, answers to Jo Jo,
missing from Freeman Rd. in Bristol
on Saturday. Call 643-3241 or 643-
-1792. 3-9,3-16

Found: Brindle colored dog and
black lab, around Turkey Creek
Rd. in Bristol. Call 643-3048 to
identify. 3-9, 3-16

Lost: Chocolate lab puppy, 10
weeks old, answers to Buster, miss-
ing around Shelton Corner area and
Hwy. 73B. Call 762-3312. 3-2,3-9



1982 mobile home, 14x52 with
8x16 deck, skirting'. central heat
and air, $4,200. Call 762-2507.
3-9,3-16

Remodeled house on 1.2 acre lot,
4BR, 2 new ceramic tile baths and
laundry room, hardwood floors,
basement. For more information call
643-5235(evenings). 3-9,3-16

1999 Doublewide, 3 BR, fireplace
never used, garden tub, sliding
glass doors, on one acre fenced
with stocked pond in front and lots of
trees and landscaping, one 20'x20'
building, one 6'x10' building, small
shed and 12'x20' carport. Call 379-
8583. 3-2, 3-9

1993 Southern Home doublewide,
28x60, 3BR/2BAwith fireplace, ask-
ing payoff, must be moved. Call
762-3427. 3-9,3-16

Log house forsale by owner;, 18204
Roy Golden Rd., two bedrooms,
1 bath, kitchen, dining area, liv-
ing/family room, large closets, two
porches, central heat and air. Call
674-5963 or 785-1476. 1-19 T. 3-16



Yard sale, Saturday, March 12 at
15518 SW Grace Peacock Rd. in
Blountstown, off Hwy. 71 S; includes,
little boys clothes, baby items,
household items and women's
clothes. Phone 674-5241. 3-9

Yard sale, Saturday, March 12,
beginning at 7 a.m. at 115 Hentz
Ave. in Blountstown; lots of dishes,
bed linen, small electric oven, misc.
items. Phone 674-5486. 3-9





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SHOOING DAT


front door, she saw his grand-
mother's body on the floor.
As Marshall was showing
Loretta the scene, Jonathan woke
up. Marshall sent him back to
bed. Later, he went to get the
boy up and instructed him to go
out the back door not to go
through the house. Futch said the
boy never saw the two shooting
victims, "but he knew something.
was wrong."
Marshall had the two get in
his grandmother's car and left the
-Blackbottom Road home. Futch
said Marshall had a gun tucked
in' the side of the driver's door.
While Jonathan and Loretta were
not taken against their will, "both
were frightened enough they
didn't want to risk him harming
them," Futch said.
He said Marshall didn't re-
move the tape from the girl's
hands until sometime after they
left the state.

For nearly 12 hours, the body
of Ruby Sansom lay in the living
room of her mobile home near
Altha. In a nearby bedroom,
Wells was bleeding after.suffer-
ing a shotgun wound to his neck
and shoulder.
When deputies found Wells,
"he N as alive, conscious and able
to talk to us," Futch said. The in-
jured man said he was in bed that
morning when he heard gunfire
in the trailer. "He said he was
trying to get up to secure his door
after hearing the first gunshot, but
Edkah was there before he could
do it." Wells said Marshall fired
at him once and left, apparently
believing he was dead.
Marshall drove to his half-
sister's home in Brookhaven,
Miss. "Loretta called the sheriff's
office from a cell phone at some
point along the way" to report the
shootings around 4 p.m., accord-
ing to the investigator. She also
called to tell her mother that she
\\as all right.
When the trio 'arrived in
Brookhaven, Marshall went to
see his half-sister and told her
what happened, according to
Futch. She told her mother, who
in turn, contacted the sheriff's
office in Blountstoin late that
afternoon and asked if they were
investigating a shooting. She




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recounted what she had been told
and reported that Marshall and his
two passengers were staying at a
local motel and gave their room
number.
As deputies were gathering at
the scene at the Sansom home,
authorities in Brookhaven went
to the motel and waited for Mar-
shall. The Honda Accord he was
reported to be driving pulled
into the motel parking lot around
11:30 p.m. and officers took Mar-
shall into custody. "We had no
problem with the arrest. He did
have a small .22 pistol, but there
was ho problem," Brookhaven
Police Chief A. Henderson told
a local T.V. station.
"We did recover things that
led back to the victim who was
killed," Henderson said, noting
that Sansom's purse, along with
her identification and. a bottle of
prescription medicine with her
name on it were found. A total
of $2,600 in.cash was also found,
according to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Department.
Loretta's mother went to
get her and bring her back to
Calhoun County. Investigators
from Calhoun County traveled to
Mississippi to bring Marshall and
his cousin back. Marshall was
booked into the county jail late
last Wednesday night. .
The vehicle Marshall used
was returned to Calhoun County
and will. remain impounded until
investigators from the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
can examine it later this week.

Futch said he is trying to estab-
lish what may have fueled the ex-
plosive situation that ended with


one death and one serious injury
last week. He said that Marshall
and his grandmother had recently
sold some land in Wewahitchka.
."She was apparently holding a
portion of the money," he said
adding, "There was some issue
over money."
Just two weeks earlier, Calhoun
County deputies were trying to
catch up with Marshall to serve a
warrant stemming from a parole
violation after he missed a meet-
ing with his parole officer.
Loretta told officers that she
and Marshall had just returned
March 1 from staying with friends
in Wewahitchka to avoid arrest in
Calhoun County.
Marshall was serving three
years on probation after pleading
no contest in 2004 to carrying a
concealed weapon and driving
with a suspended license. He
was released in September after
serving 140 days.
The case is expected to go
before a grand jury soon.
Meanwhile, Gerald Wells is
struggling to overcome his in-
juries.
When emergency workers
responded to the scene at the
Sansom home, they found him
on a bed, badly bleeding. He
was taken by ambulance to a
landing site where AirHeart
emergency helicopter flew him
to the hospital ihn Panama City.
Despite his injury, he was able to
identify Marshall as the one who
shot him.
"I am not doing all that won-.
derful, but somehow or other, I
will come out of this," Wells said
Monday afternoon from his hos-
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from U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd

Personal Accounts:
Preparation not Privatization
The Social Security system we have today is a result of
Franklin Roosevelt's vision of economic security for all
Americans, and it is this vision that we hope to continue
by strengthening the Social Security system for our chil-
dren and grandchildren. Returning the system to solvency
requires difficult choices, but the choice that should not
be difficult is the creation of personal accounts. Today's
younger workers are cynical and uncertain about the Social
Security benefits they will collect in 40 years and rightly so.
They realize that Social Security is on a financially troubled
path, and they might not receive the Social Security benefits
they have been promised upon retirement. We owe it to our
children and grandchildren to preserve and sustain this vital
program, and personal accounts will help us do just this.
Along with Congressman Jim Kolbe (R-AZ), I have co-
sponsored the Bipartisan Retirement Security Act to return
the Social Security system to fiscal solvency. Reforming
the Social Security program inevitably requires changes
for younger generations, and introducing personal accounts
will allow younger workers to compensate for the changes
needed to make the Social Security program solvent into the
next century.
Many who oppose reforming the Social Security program
- have falsely claimed that personal accounts would lead
to the privatization of Social. Security. I am not an advo-
cate of privatizing Social Security, our nation's largest and
most successful entitlement program. The Kolbe-Boyd bill
does not privatize Social Security,. but instead, allows every
American the opportunity to control his or her own retire-
ment through the creation of publicly-administered personal
accounts.
While our bill does not make any changes to Social Secu-
rity for near and current retirees, younger workers will see
a change in benefits. In order to save the financial future of
Social Security, these changes are necessary, which is why
we've introduced personal accounts to compensate for the
small reduction in benefits for younger workers. Personal
accounts are a way to let workers recoup those reductions
and likely earn even more for retirement than they could
under today's system.
The alternatives to creating personal accounts are not ap-
pealing or sensible. First, we could simply deny that Social
Security has a problem. Many opponents of reform have
done just that, but we cannot close our eyes, ignore the prob-
lem, and hope it will go away. Social Securit 's financial
shortfalls are real, and Congress must work together to en-
act reform.,
Second, we could decide to do away with personal ac-
counts altogether. With only three ways- to reform Social Se-
curity-raise taxes, lower benefits-, and invest Social Security
funds-it is foolish to. take investment out of the equation.
If this is done, Congress will.be forced to raise taxes, cut
Social Security benefits or both. We cannot expect younger
workers to pay higher taxes or take significant benefit cuts
without any promise of a more secure retirement in return.
However, with personal accounts, we can compensate for
the fiscal restraint inherent in any Social Security reform.
Many are concerned about the risks involved with invest-
ing Social Security funds into personal accounts, and-I un-
derstand this apprehension. For this reason, the Kolbe-Boyd
proposal allows younger workers the choice to invest in
safe government bonds, the exact same way current Social
Security-dollars are invested today. Under Kolbe-Boyd, the
only difference is that these funds would be placed in an ac-
count- bearing the worker's name. Our plan also guarantees
.low-income workers a minimum benefit higher than under
current law, in addition to the- assets they will accumulate in
their personal accounts.
I firmly believe that Social Security should be the bed-
rock of Americans' retirement security, and personal ac-
counts would.strengthen that bedrock. Social Security is not
an asset belonging to individuals. It is a government prom-
ise, and if left unchanged it will turn out to be an empty
one. Personal accounts are a responsible step to keep this
promise.


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the Calhoun-Liberty Journal office
in Bristol. Cost: 3745 each. .


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mhe school boaru policUies:
6.548 Bereavement Leave

Impact: All school centers
No expenditures
A copy of the policy is available at the Superinten-
dent's office on Hwy. 12 S. A public hearing on the pol-
icy will be held on March 8 at the District School Office.
12926 NW CR 12 in Bristol at 7:30 p.m.


Pontiac Olds GMC Inc.


School board

policy addition a

proposed
The Liberty County School Board
is proposing the following addition to.


Players and volunteers work on Bristol ball field
Players and their boosters gathered at the softball field at the Liberty County Athletic Complex
this weekend to resod and do maintenance on the field. Members of the-Liberty County Lady
Bulldog team helped from 8
-.- a.m. until p.m. and 15 adults
S.. came out as well, staying
D VE A TTE, SAE A LOTfrom early in the morning until
j around 6 p.m. to get the job
DAIVE A LITTLE, SAVEA LOT! d done. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO


05 GMC YUKON 04 CHEVY MALIBU
.L S, MV.


WAS: $16,995 NOW: $14,988
OR: $248/Mo.*
04 OLDS ALERO


04 GMC ENVOY


WAS: $23,995 NOW: $21,988
OR: $368/Mo.*
04 CHEVY SILVERADO
V8,ST PSIDE \


WAS: $17,995 NOW: $15,988 WAS: $13,995 NOW: $11,988 WAS: $21,995 NOW: $19,995 WAS:
OR: $268/Mo.* OR: $198/ Mo.' OR: $328/Mo.*

No Credit Apps Refused!
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03 FORD RANGER
X-CB .


04 FORD CROWN VII


WAS: $14,998 NOW: $12,988 WAS: $17,995 NOW: $
OR: $258/Mo." @ 60 Mos., W.A.C. OR: $268/Mo.'
04 CADOILAC OEVILL 04 CHEVV MAL
NEW
LOD PRICE



WAS: S28.995 NOW: $26,988 WAS: $13,985 NOW:$
OR: S458/Mo." OR: $188/Mo."
02 CIHETViRAIL BLAZER -4 ,f- IA G6


05. GMC SIERRA


WAS: $28,995 NOW: $24,988
OR $418/MO.*
04.PONTIAC SUNFIRE
2 DR
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$12,995 NOW: $10,988
OR: $188/Mo.*

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LOW, LOW PRICES EVERYDAY-

CTORIA 04 BUICK LESABRE 02 DODGE INTREPID
j L...IUMITED, IIID SEFA WARR.



15,988 WAS: $21,985 NOW: $19,988 WAS: $12,988 NOW: $9,988
OR: $328/Mo." DRIVE A LITTLE, SAVE A LOT!
U 04 PNPTAC GRAND PRIE GT 03 0? r ALERS

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$10,988

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WAS: $17,999 NOW: $15,988
OR: $268/Mo.'
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was: s11.995 NOW: $8.888
OR: 5188/Mo.' a4 60. Mos., W.A.C.
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T' R40E ALLUDY WHIS MILE
L~SIPOIIER -
M. 4 .


WAS: $16.995 NOW. $1~4i988 WAS: $14.995 NOW: S! 2 988 WAS: S17'.995 NOW.% $15,911-8 WAS: $249.5 JIj.$~
OR: S298/Mo.' s. 60 mos., W.A.C. OR: S2t8:,Mor OR: SZ6B/Mo.' OR: $3781I~o"
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and that his right to vote was
in good standing. When Smith
checked with the Office of Ex-
ecutive Clemency, he found that
Robinson's voting privileges had
not been restored.
An arrest warrant has been is-
sued charging Robinson as being
an Unqualified Elector Willfully
Voting and for false swearing, as
well as submission of false voter
registration information.
Also taking part in that elec-
tion was 51-year-old Gladys
Ivory Miller, who cast her ballot
at the Elections Supervisor's
Office as an early-voter on Nov.
1 of last year. Miller is also a
convicted felon whose rights have
not been restored, according to
Smith. She is being charged by
warrant as an Unqualified Elector
Willfully Voting.

Continuing ed

courses set

at Chipola
MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege will offer a variety of short
courses in the coming weeks.
*A 10 Hour Childcare Train-
ing (behavioral observation &
screening course) will meet Mar.
19 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is
$38..
*A 10 Hour Childcare Train-
ing (developmentally appropri-
ate practices, 3-5 year olds) will
meet April 2 from 7 a.m. to 5
p.m. Cost is $38.
*A 10 Hour Childcare Train-
ing Special Needs (mainstream-
Sing) willieet April 9 ,fr6m 7
Sa.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $38....
A 20 Hour Childcare Train-
ing will meet May 7 and 14 from
* 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $76
*An Advanced Level Cake
Decorating class will meet
S.Thursdays, ApRl- 77 .tlrough.28
From 6 to 830.p.nm -Cost is.$41.


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WAS: $35,995 NOW: $32,988
OR: $548/Mo.*
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JERRY E. COON
TELOGIA Jerry E. Coon,
47, passed away Monday, March
7, 2005. He was from Gadsden
County and had lived in Telogia
for the past 10 years.
He was predeceased by his
sister, Joan Hobbs Long.
Survivors include his wife
of 28 years, Debra Coon; two
daughters, Jena Rogers of Telo-
gia, Tiffany Coon and her fiance,
Darryl Hires of Telogia; parents,
Gene and Myrtle Coon of Oak
Grove; one brother, Clayton Coon
of Hardaway; three sisters, Diann
Carlton of Lake Talquin, Gail
Holmes and Mickey Goodson,
both of Oak Grove; three grand-
children, Ryani Rogers, Mary
Beth Rogers and Brooke Hires.
'Graveside services will be held
Wednesday, March 9, 2005 from
Good Hope Cemetery.
Independent Funeral Home
in Quincy was in charge of the
arrangements.


GARY F. GRIFFIN JR.
PANAvlA CITY Gary R.
Griffin Jr., 38, passed away Mon-
day, March 7, 2005 in Panama
City. He was born in Perry and
had lived in Panama City for.
the past several years and was a
member of Gospel Lighthouse
Pentecostal Church in Cedar
Grove.
Survivors include his wife,
Michelle Griffin of Panama City;
six children, Tristan, Aleisa, and
Alec Griffin, all of Panama City,
Jessica Joanna, Jackie and their
mother, Teresa Eldridge. all of
Fountain; his mother, Betty Louis
Grover and her husband, James
Grover of Altha; his father Floyd
Griffin and his wife. Glenda of
Altha; two sisters, Bonnie Korne-
gay and her husband. Corvia of
Al tha. Charlotte Clemons andher
husband. Clint Clemons ofAltha;
t\ o brothers. Joe Griffin. Gene
Griffin and his wife, Samantha,
all of Panama City; several nieces
and nephews.
S Services are scheduled for
Wednesday, Nlarch 9, 2005 from
Old Shiloh Cemetery near Altha
with Rev. Clint Clemons and Rev.
Johnny Cromer officiating.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstow~n was in charge of
the arrangements". -

TOM D. FUDGE
TALLAHASSEE Tom D.
Fudge, 63, passed a%% ay Monday.
March 7, 2005. He was a native
of Xenia, Ohio and .had been a
resident of Tallahassee for the
past 17 )ears. He was a former
resident of Liberty County.
Survivors include his wife,
Peggy O'Hara Fudge; his mother,
. Nancy Fudge of New Jersey; a
stepson. Sonny Sykes and his
wife, Gail of Hosford; a sister.
Sue Carletta and her husband,
Ron of Mahawa, NJ; a step-
granddaughter, Kayce Sykes of
Missouri.
Services were incomplete at
press time.
Culley's Meadow Wood Fu-
neral Home-in Tallahassee is in
charge-of the arrangements.


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'02 cnevy impala
Great Carl Great Price


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s280mo Sunroof. Leather.


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12491mo V6 dual Sport, Lo Mwaes
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*315mo Leather. Sunroo.


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6269hno GT. Loaded. Low MilesO


0 Down '00 Lincoln LS
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0 Down '9 Toyota Camry
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