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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: May 18, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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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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Investigation

nets four for

deer poaching
from the Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
It's taken two months but
Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission (FWC)
law enforcement officers have
completed an investigation into
deer poaching in the Bristol and
Blountstown areas at the end of
the 2004-05 hunting season, and
charged four local men with 22
misdemeanors.
Those arrested were:
SJohn L. Godwin, 36, 10588
Northwest Keever St., Bristol,
three charges of hunting with a
gun and light, first degree misde-
meanor; one charge of shooting
from a public right of way, first
degree misdemeanor; four charg-
es of hunting from a right of way,
second degree misdemeanor.
Bradley C. Bryant, 22, 10628
Peddie Rd., Bristol, four charges
of hunting with a gun and light,
first degree misdemeanor; two,
charges of shooting from a public
right of way, first degree misde-
meanor; four charges of taking
or attempting to take game from
a right of way, second degree
misdemeanor.
Wayne Rogers, 39, P.O. Box
1124, Bristol, two charges of
hunting with a gun and light, first
degree misdemeanor.
-Joseph A. Baggett, 27, 21577
NE Macedonia Church Rd.,
Blountstown, one charge of hunt-
ing with a gun and light, first de-'
gree misdemeanor: one charge of
taking or attempting to take game
from a right of a,\. second degree.
misdemeanor.
Northwest Region Investiga-
tion Lieutenant Scott Runkle said
the four men are charged with
hunting and shooting deer from
the Highway 20 bridge (Apala-
chicola River Bridge) in Calhoun
County near the Apalachicola
River, off Highway 12 north of
Bristol on Nature Conservancy
lands, and near private residences
in and around Bristol.
"This investigation began
when officers heard rumors that
a trophy deer had been shot from
the Apalachicola River Bridge.
As the investigation progressed,
more violations x ere ui o\ ered.
leading to the .arrest of the four
men," Runkle said. "These guys.
had a system worked out to avoid
being detected. They used three
vehicles, one to locate the deer,
one to shoot the deer and the third
vehicle was used for a look-out."
According to Runkle, the in-
vestigation revealed at least eight
deer were shot illegally during the
last week of the hunting season
and some of the deer were shot
next to residences in and around
Bristol. If convicted the four
could face the loss of hunting
privileges, fines and forfeiture
of all equipment used in the
crimes.
A first degree misdemeanor is
punishable by up to a $1000 fine
and one year imprisonment. A
second degree misdemeanor is
punishable by up to a $500 fine
and 60 days incarceration.


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The Calhoun-Liberty




JOURNAL


Bristol family plans trip to China



for experimental spinal surgery


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Long before his accident
almost two years ago, Bryan
Whitfield took a lot of chances.
He partied a lot, stayed out
all night and raced his four-
wheeler on a motorcross track,
taking curves at high speeds and
eagerly jumping ramps.
"There's nothing like the
rush," he said of the adrenalin
charge he used to live for. "I'm
still obsessed with it."
But today, the 21-year-old
Bristol man has to get that rush
vicariously, watching races on
television and keeping up with
motorcross results on line.
The only thing he drives now
is a power wheelchair.

LOSING MOBILTY,
GAINING PERSPECTIVE'
Bryan's life changed after a
four-wheeler accident on Aug.
10, 2003. He was racing around
his homemade dirt track when he
went up a ramp and then crashed
to the ground, injuring his spine
and leaving him a paraplegic.
Now, his days are spent in a
large wheelchair and he requires
assistance with the simplest of


tasks. His family helps with his.
physical therapy and he does
some of it on his own. For at
least two hours each night, he
attaches electrodes to his fingers
to work his muscles. "It used to
be painful but -I'm immune to
it now," Bryan said. "I've seen
some results. It if wasn't for
that, I wouldn't have the finger
movement I do now."


. N.3D -


Arrest reports.............2, 22

Hosford firehouse dedication
festivities set Saturday ....... 3

Impaired drivers arrested...3

Chipola announces children's
summer programs..............5


With limited use of his hands,
Bisan na\igates around the in-
ternet using only his thumb on
the keyboard. He reads online
news, keeps up with race results
and maintains three Web sites.
He also conducts numerous Web
searches for news of medical
advancements that could help
him.
He's had to endure a lot of


changes in the past 17 months
as a paraplegic, yet he's found
something positive in the expe-
rience. "Mentall., I've grown
more in the past year and a half
than I have in the past five years,"
he says. Before the accident, he
admits, he never gave a thought
to the future. "It's a lot different
now," he says.
'In a way, it's good that it
happened," he says, explaining
that since the accident, "I got my
life together." Now, he says, "I
focus on what means more in life
rather than What I'm going to do
on the weekend."
And, he adds, "The family's
golten closer."
Bryan used to live nearby but
since the accident has moved
back in with his parents, Steve
and Patricia Whitfield. His older
sister. Stephanie. sta\ \I ith him
during the day. His nephew s.
Greg, 6,.and three-year-old
Cody keep him company, along
with the family's two Jack Rus-
sell Terriers, Jax and Lucy. His
younger sister, Holly, 13, also
helps with his-care.
Bryan dropped out of school
See SURGERY on page 24


Relay for Life starts Friday

afternoon in Blountstown
"It's a Carnival for Life" is the theme of this.year's Relay for Life this Friday
at Sam Atkins Park in Blountstown.
Twelve teams of fundraisers will don outfits to reflect the theme as they
share walks around the park, exchange personal cancer sui\ i' al stories and
remember loved ones who lost their battle with the disease.
Team registration begins at 5 p.m. for the groups, comprised of co-workers
and church members from Calhoun and Liberty County.
The welcome ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. Cancer survivor Amber Ad-
ams of Altha will share her story before the group comes together to walk the
"Survivor's Lap" around the park.
There will be plenty of musical entertainment, with a roster featuring "The
Rivertown Girls" along with area county and gospel singers. "Elvis" is ex-
pected to make an appearance at 7:30 p.m, according to Relay Chairman Wes
Johnston.
Loved ones no longer with us will be remembered during the luminaria
ceremony at 9 p.m. as candles are placed alongside the walking track..
Starting at 11:30 p.m., movies will be shown outside for team members who
will remain at the park overnight.
The two-day event will continue through noon Saturday.
Other activities will include a fundraising Jail and Bail booth, where you can
have someone arrested for $5. For $10, inmates can buy their freedom.
There will plenty to keep kids occupied, including face painting, darts, a
moon walk, a fishing booth, ring toss and hay scramble. There will be rides
for children on a mini fire truck.
Foods booths will sell popcorn, chicken and rice, ice tea, snow cones, pizza,
sodas, hotdogs, hamburgers and cotton candy.
For more information about the May 20 & 21 event, contact Eric Billot at
866-785-9205, ext. 118, or send email to: eric.billot@cancer.org.


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Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 18,2005


Uncooperative

with DUI and r
Motorists alerted the
Calhoun County Sher- A
iff's Department after
a driver was seen trav-
eling recklessly along
State Road 71 early last -
week.
When Deputy Bliss Moreau
caught up with red and silver
Dodge truck that had been de-
scribed, he found the driver had
pulled off the road. In his report
of the May 9 incident, the dep-
uty noted that he saw the driver
"swaying from side to side" in-
side the parked vehicle .
\\1ien the deputy approached
the truck, he noticed the smell of
alcohol.
Sitting inside, he found Dallas
Nelson Herring, 56, of Mexico
Beach and his dog.
Herring told l loreau he had ID
but didn't know \ here it \ as and
became hostile, telling the deputy,
"You have no reason to stop me.
Leave me alone."
Herring was asked several
times to step out of his vehicle
but refused and closed the driver's-
side door i hen the deputy opened
it.
At one point, Herring tried to
put the truck in dri e .ind leave
but the deputy managed to grab
the key s from the ignition.
Moreau then told Herring he
\\ as under arrest. pulled him trom
the vehicle and handcuffed him.
.Accotding to the deputy's
report, Herring continuously


driver charged

resisting arrest
shouted obscenities
Stand stated that he was
A a retired law enforce-,
ment officer and told
Moreau to leave him
alone.


I


After being taken,
to the patrol car, Herring again
became "\.erball hostile," the
report said. With the assistance
of another officer, Moreau tried
unsuccessfully to get the man
into the car.
After unholstering his Tazer,
the deputy warned him he would
have to use it if he didn't coop-
erate. The deputy attempted to
subdue him with his Tazer but
there \was another struggle before
Herring %\as taken into custody.
When deputies took in, entoiN
of the car. they found a liter of
\his key in a brown paper bag
tucked between the front seats.
About a quarter of the bottle had
been consumed, the report stated.
Also found \was a full\ loaded
40-caliber Beretta handgun.
The truck w\as toted and a
relative was called to pick up
the dog.
After being booked in at the
jail, Herring declined to take a
breathail\zer test to determine
alcohol content and became bel-
ligerent.
Herring was charged ith DUI
and resisting an officer \without
violence .
He \%as 2i\en a conditional
release the following day.


Man charged with punching his parents


A Calhoun Count\ man ni,. as ar-
rested Samtutda after he reported\
struck and threatened his parents
Saturday .
According to the report from
the Calhoun County Sheriff's De-
partment. Otis Penn\ \\ell Jr 22.
Sj,.as angi. about something else
v.hen he mother told hijm to put
a- a', his clean clothes that %ere
on her bed
The report said lie began cursing
at lhis 51-\ear-old mother before
stormin,. out the door. When she


follow, ed him and grabbed his arm,
he struck her in the mouth %ith his
closed fist, causing her lip to burst.
He then pushed her down on the
front porch
His father., v ho is 55, came out
the door in an attempt to intern ene
and as, hit in the nioutih hb' his
s'o i n
Penn% ell's mother then there .
a ase and hit hitu He then left the
residence and %Nent to the .lernfl'
office, %t here he was charged with
domestic battery


AHS student charged with having gun


An 1IS-3ear-old Altha High
School student '\ as charged w ith
possession of a firearm on school
property. after deputies found a
.22-caliber pistol loaded w ith six
shells inside the glo\e box of his
vehicle: which was parked on
campus.
Deputy Michael Morris also
confiscated a Case knife from
inside the e chicle last x~ eek.
According to the report from
the CalhoLin Calhoun Sheriff's
Department. a school official was


notified that the weapons k% ere in
Thomas Huckab\y \ vehicle in the
school parking lot May 9.
It had been reported that Huck-
abN and another student got
into an altercation a da\ or two
earlier.
After the deputy spoke kwith
Huckab\. the items w ere remo\ ed
from the locked vehicle and later
turned o er to his father. Hucka-
b% \ as taken in a patrol car to the
sheriff's office to be charged.
REPORTS continue on page 22


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CALHOUN: COUNTY,
May 9: Thomas Huckaby, possession of firearm on school property; Shelley Dawson. transported in
mental health hearing: Hector Simmons, VOP; Timothy King, VOP; Dallas Herring, DUI; Robert L. Fisder,
VOP: J.D. Owens, order of attachment.
May 10: Michael A. Houder. possession of less than 20 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia; Mat-
thew M. Mahoney, possession of less than 20 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia; Michelle Gaido,
disorderly intoxication.
May 12: Kilian F. Siebge, DUI.
May 13: Stephen Cutchins, lewd and lascivious molestation: Chris Crutchfield, FTA, possession of
methamphetamine: Samantha A. Leach, child abuse, VOP, warrantless arrest; Richard W. Whitehead,
disorderly conduct.
May 14: Greg Lane Childs, driving while license suspended or revoked with knowledge: Edmundo
Vasquez-Rivas, no driver's license; Joseph Gortt, violation of injunction; Otis Lee Pennywell Jr., battery.
domestic violence, warrant.
May 15: Steven Ray Nix, -warrant Bay Co., FTPF, passing worthless checks; Calvin Howard Hayes,
warrant battery, domestic violence; Mario Sanchez Faulk, burglary structure, grand theft.... .
LIBERTY COUNTY
May 10: Christopher Hug, driving while license suspended or revoked; Teddy Eugene Eubanks, driving
while license suspended or revoked.
May 11: Michelle H. Gaido, holding for CCSO; Lester Lloyd Massey, holding for CCSO; Rizard Smith,
holding for CCSO: Edward Fritz Bethel, holding for CCSO; Rooert Larson Fischer, holding for CCSO;
George Jason Holton. holding for CCSO: Greg Paul Hartzeil. holding for CCSO: William Earl Battles, hold-
ing for CCSO.
May 14: Samantha Leach, holding for CCSO: Paul Giron Martinez. DUI. driving tL.hile license suspended
or revoked, resisting arrest without violence, refusal to submit to breathalyzer: Hal Lamon Atkinson. driv-
ing while license suspended or revoked: Manuel Alvarez, DUI. no driver's license, possession of alcoholic
beverage by a person under 21 years old
ListngS ,rnlude name ioclio\ ed b, conarge. Thae nires 3'c'\ represent ih,.ie cIhrap I' e rEmind ur' riders in31a are
presumFed ,arnocent unil proI en guilt. .
Blountstown Citalions issued:
Police Dept. Accidents............. .08 Traffic Citations. ...............05 -
May 9 through Special details (business escorts, traffic detailsi......77
May 15, 2005 Business alarms....02 Residential alarms...........00 -.



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Driver arrested after sheriff

sees vehicles run off road -....... .


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Aman is facing several charges
after Liberty County Sheriff Har-
rell Wood Revell saw him running
vehicles off the road as he headed
south on Hwy. 12 S. around 11:35
a.m. Saturday.
The sheriff observed a red
1994 Chevrolet passenger car
cross the center line and ran sev-
eral cars off the road.
The driver continued on for
another half mile after the sheriff
activated his lights and siren,
according to a report from the
sheriff's office. When the truck
pulled in to a residence along
Hwy. 12 S., the sheriff saw the
driver exit the car and run inside.
The man ignored the sheriff's
calls for him to stop.


After a deputy arrived at the
scene, the two went inside and
found the man Revell recognized
as the driver sitting on a couch.
He was identified as Paul Giran
Martinez, 21.
When Deputy Brian Bateman
noticed a strong odor of alcohol
coming from the Martinez, he
asked him to step outside to per-
form a field sobriety test. Mar-
tinez refused to move from the
couch. The deputy took one arm,
the sheriff the other and the two
men escorted Martinez outside.
Martinez was handcuffed
and taken to jail, where he was
charged with DUI, resisting arrest
without violence, failure to have a
valid driver's license and refusal
to submit to alcohol testing.


Impaired driver pulled over


A man living in a Bristol mo-
bile home park was arrested Sat-
urday night after a deputy spotted
him driving across the center line
twice as he traveled east on State
Road 20 near Miller Road.
Deputy Wes Harsey stopped
the 1990 Chevy pickup and spoke
with the driver, who did not have

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identification card from Florida
Natural Grower's Inc. of Lake
'Wales which identified him as
Manuel Alvares, 18.
While speaking with Alvares,
the deputy noted the smell of
alcohol coming from him and
asked if he had been drinking.
Alvares said he'd had a couple
of beers at his brother's about an
hour earlier.
Alvares took a roadside so--
briety test but failed after he was
unable to maintain his balance,
the deputN noted in his report.
Alvares was arrested and taken
to jail, where he was charged
with DUI, failure to have a valid
driver's license and possession
of alcohol by a person under 21
years of age.


Fortress to kick off celebration

to dedicate Hosford Firehouse


The well-known local
group "Fortress" will open
the official program at the
Hosford Firehouse on Satur-
day, May 21 at 11 a.m. with
patriotic music after warming
*up the crowd with some gos-
pel music and singing.
Saturday's program in-
cludes introductions of and
remarks by many local, state
and federal government of-
ficials. Congressman Allen
Boyd will conclude the pro-
gram with a few remarks to
dedicate the new Firehouse.
Open house of the new fa-
cility will follow and lunch will
be served at noon to all who
attend. Lunch will include
smoked chicken, potato sal-
ad and green beans, as well
as hamburgers and hot dogs
for those who prefer.,
And, it's all free.
Although commonly re-
ferred to as the Firehouse,


the proper name is Hosford-
Telogia Emergency Services
Building. It will house the
Hosford-Telogia Fire Depart-


ment, at least one EMS am-
bulance and will be the new
polling place for 'the Hosford
precinct. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTOS


Letter Carriers Food Collection
Day held Saturday in Liberty Co.
The National Association of Letter Carriers, in conjunc-
tion with the United States Postal Service, collected non-
perishable food items like canned meats and fish, canned
soup, juice, pasta, vegetables, cereal and rice on May 14
to help families in need in our community. Pictured above,
left to right, Sue Pitts and Sheila Sirmon. Not pictured is
Lisa Sewell.

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Mears family

gathering set
The annual 2005 Mears reunion will be
held Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May
29 at Sam Atkins Park and the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown.
On Saturday, bring your fishing and
sports gear and join us at the west pavilion
at 9 a.m. at Sam Atkins Park. Please bring
a covered dish or meat of your choice for
the noon grill out. Drinks, ice and paper
goods will be furnished both days. Horses
will be provided for the afternoon horse-
back riding.
We will meet commencing at 9 a.m.
Sunday at the Frink gym in the Pioneer
Settlement for fellowship, hymn singing
and the noon meal. In addition to your fa-
vorite covered dish, please bring photos,
family stories" and Mears memorabilia to
share with others.
Since there will be no reunion notice
mail out this year (Buddy and Carol Mears
are in process of moving from Texas to
Tennessee), local families are encouraged
to contact out-of-area relatives and advise
of dates, places and times.
For more information, call 674-2485
or 674-4144.

New Hope School

reunion May 28

The 13th annual reunion of those who
attended New Hope School in North Hol-
mes County will be held Saturday, May.
28 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Masonic
Hall on the old school site, south of Hwy.
2 on 179A, the Geneva-Westville Road.
Thousands of students, many of whom
live in the Florida-Alabama-Georgia tri-
state area, attended New Hope School
which taught students from the 1890s to
1963. A covered-dish luncheon will be
held at noon.
For more information, contact Max
Thomas, 1300 Carlis Lane, Westville, FL,
32464 or call 956-2714; Posey Vaughan,
Vaughan Dead River Road, Westville, FL,
32464, phone 956-2502 or Pearl Thomp-
son, 1284 Hwy. 163, Westville, FL, 32464
or phone 956-4537.


Lions Roar

this weekend
The Blountstown Lions Club will hold
the 4th Annual Lions Roar Talent & En-
tertainment Show on Saturday, May 21 at
7 p.m. in the Blountstown High School
auditorium.
An admission donation of. $5 is re-
quested. Tickets are available from any
Blountstown Lions Club Member and at
the door. For more information, call 674-
5822.
Profits will go to the club's year round
mission of collecting eye glasses for
those in .need, as well as, various local
projects.
There will be plenty of music and en-
tertainment.
CALENDAR LISTING Just call in the
person's name and date to be listed on our
weekly community calendar. There is no
charge. Callers are asked to give their own
name and phone number in case we need to
verify a spelling or double-check the date. We
encourage our readers to compile a list of their
family's and friends' birthdays, printed clearly,-
and,gilo.rlfax;ther~r t us at The .Journal.:.:':


Blountstown Woman's Club
meets 11:45 a.m. in the board room
at the W.T. Neal Civic Center

l Altha School Graduation
' in the gym, 7 p.m.


Today'

Patricia Simmons,
Jerry Orama,
Shana Carson


Calhoun Co. Chamber of Commerce
membership meets 12 noon at Calhoun Co. Senior Citizens Center
Magnolia VFD meets at 6 p.m. at the Fire House

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


RELAY FOR LIFE
at Sam Atkins Park,
6 p.m. until noon
Sat., May 21


Liberty County High
School Graduation
at the football field, 8 p.m.


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


Hosford/Telogia
Thank-you Celebration
Emergency Services
Building, 11 a.m.


Today's

Bruce Anders,
Brian Anders,
David Carson

Today's
Aw wsaraIeT
Greg 8e Patricia
Johnson


To dAy

Howard
Reddick


Miss Liberty County Pageant
Liberty County High School auditorium at 7 p.m.


Lions Roar Talent Show
Blountstown High School
auditorium at 7 p.m.


AA meets 7:30 p.m., Hosford School cafeteria


TOZ ,son
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Today's

Melissa
Kirkpatrick


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

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


Special Primary Election

Bristol Lions Ciub meets 7 p.m.
at the Apalachee Restaurant
Blountstown Chapter #179 O.E.S.
meets 7 p.m. at Dixie Lodge


Mify Ton


Vegetable Field Day

to provide updated

I research information


Rotary Club meets at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, noon
The Bridle Club meets from 3:30 5 p.m.,
at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center
LCHS School Baccalaureate in the gym, 7 p.m.
Boy Scout Troop 200 & 203
meets at 6:30 p.m., Mormon Church
AA meets 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. west door


7/


QUINCY The University of Flori-
da/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sci-
ences will host its Vegetable Field Day at
the North Florida Research and Educa-
tion Center in Quincy on Thursday, June
2. Registration will begin at 8:15 a.m. and
research tours and demonstrations will be
conducted between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Tours and demonstrations include,
"Selection of Tomato Varieties for Maxi-
mum Disease Control," "Tomato N Rate
Study," "Management of Powdery Mil-
dew in Cantaloupe." Vegetable Field Day
has been approved for four (4) CEU's for
Restricted Use Pesticide Licenses.
Registration for Vegetable Field Day
is free before May 30 and $5 after. For
a full agenda, registration form or more
information, visit http://nfrec.ifas.ufl.edu.
To register call (850) 875-7100.

Smoke detectors

to be distributed
Nettle Ridge Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment will be distributing approximately
150 smoke detectors that were donated
by the Florida Fire Chief's Association.
Local homeowners in our district are
encouraged to come by the fire depart-
ment on Saturday, May 21 from 8 a.m. -
12 p.m. We will give one smoke detector
per house hold until they are all gone.
The fire department is one mile north
of Blountstown on Gum Street in Pine
Island. For more information or an\
question's, call Ricky Hires, fire chief at
674-7054.





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Children's summer programs at Chipola College


MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege will offer programs for chil-
dren of all ages tpis summer.

Alternative to
Home Schooling
Dr. Tamaria Joyner is
preparing to schedule
for next school term,
most grade levels ac-
cepted. For more infor-
mation, call 674-2633.
5-11. -18


Swimming lessons will be of-
fered for ages four and up. Les-
sons are based on a combination
of nationally-recognized meth-
ods. The following sessions are
scheduled: Session 1: May 23-
June 3 (No class on Memorial
day); Session 2: June 6-16; Ses-
sion 3: June 20-30; and Session
4: July 11-21. Classes are avail-
able at 9 a.m., 10 a.m. or 6:45
p.m. Sessions include eight 45-
minute lessons. Cost is $40 and
pre-registration is required, with


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Jerry C. Lawrence, DVM ,
Emergencies: (850) 856-5827 or (850) 856-5918
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) DOCTOR'S HOURS BY APPOINTMENT.
We provide: Boarding Grooming Pet Pickup/Delivery Pet Foods/
Supplies Preventive Healthcare Programs plus many more services.
WE ARE ALSO PLEASED TO OFFER A SPECIAL PREVENTIVE SPAY/NEUTER
PROGRAM TO HELP REDUCE UNWANTED PUPPIES AND KITTENS.


a $5 fee for late registration. In-
fant and Preschool Swimming
lessons for children 3 and under
will meet from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m.
Session I is July 5-8. Session 2
is July 25-28. Cost is $25. Call
Continuing Education at 718-
2395.
Chipola Baseball Coach Jeff
Johnson will offer five baseball
camps. A Baseball Skills Camp
for ages 8-12 will meet June 6-
9. The $75 fee includes insur-
ance and camp t-shirt. A Young
Pitchers Camp for ages 8-12 will
meet June 13-14. Cost is $100.
A Pitching Camp for ages 13-18
will meet June 15-16. Cost is
$100. A Young Hitters Camp for
ages 8-12 will meet June 20-21.
Cost is $100. A Hitting Camp
for ages 13-18 will meet June
22-23. Cost is $100. All base-
ball camps meet from 9 a.m. to
noon. Call 718-2237.
Chipola Basketball coach
Greg Heiar will offer Boys Bas-


ketball Camps June 13-15 from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Players will be
grouped according to ages: 7-10,
11-14 and 15-18. The Chipola
coaching staff and players will
help youngsters learn the funda-
mentals of basketball. The fee of
$100 includes insurance, camp t-
shirt and lunch. Call 718-2364
or 209-1010.
Chipola Softball Coach Be-
linda Hendrix will offer eight
Softball camps. Softball Skills
Camps will meet May 25-26 and
again July 6-7. Ages 5-12 will


meet from 9 a.m. to noon. Ages
13 and up will meet from 1 to 4
p.m. Softball Hitting Camps will
meet July 11. Ages 5-12 will
meet from 9 a.m. to noon. Ages
12 and up will meet from 1
p.m. to 4 p.m. Softball Pitching
Camps will meet July 12. Ages
5-12 will meet from 9 a.m. to
noon. Ages 13 and up will meet
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Cost of
each softball camps is $50, and
includes insurance and camp t-
shirt. For information, contact
Coach Hendrix at 718-2358.


Covenant Hospice offers a chance

for families and friends to celebrate &

remember the lives of their loved ones


from Covenant Hospice
MARIANNA Covenant
Hospice will host a non-de-
nominational "Remembrance
Celebration" at Eastside Baptist
Church on Sunday, May 22 at 2
p.m.
This special service will give
families and friends of former
Hospice patients as well as the
entire community an opportu-
nity to honor and celebrate the
lives of their loved ones. It will
also include a candle-lighting


celebration and words of inspi-
ration.
The service will last about an
hour with a reception immedi-
ately following. The celebration
is open to the entire community.
Please come and be a part of
this memorable time of remem-
brance.
The church is located at 4785
Hwy. 90 in Marianna.
For -more information, con-
tact Dana Morris at 482-8520 oi
(888) 817-2191.


FSU College of Medicine to graduate first class
from the Florida State University
TALLAHASSEE Just under five years after the legislation cre-
ating the Fh-orida State University College of Medicine was signed
into law, the medical school will hold a commencement ceremony
for its first class on Saturday, May 21 at 10 a.m. at the College of
'Medicine Courtyard (Stadium Drive and Call Street) in Tallahas-
see.
The students in the inaugural class began their studies in May
2001 on the FSU campus, where they spent their first two years of
medical school. They then completed their third and fourth years of
study at the medical school's regional campuses in Orlando, Pensac-
ola and Tallahassee. The graduating students have all passed the na-
tional licensing exam (USMLE Step 2) and matched with residency
programs, where they will begin their graduate medical education
in July.
The fully accredited FSU College of Medicine is the first new
M.D. program to be established in the United States since 1982.


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More thoughts on the war in Iraq


The war in Iraq became up
close and personal for two fami-
lies that live in my community.
Their sons, a soldier and a Ma-
rine, were recently killed in Iraq.
Both of these young men were
recent graduates of local high
schools. Both were black.
These aren't the first Iraqi war
casualties in this community.
The Air Force Special Opera-
tions Command is located here
and military people from that
organization have been killed in
Iraq and Afghanistan, primarily
in aircraft accidents.
But the deaths of these two
young men are the first "home
grown" boys to fight and die in
Iraq. They are the first of the
"boys next door" to come home
in a casket.
People in the local com-
munity are saddened when any
military person living here is
killed in the line of duty. But
- they know that those of us who
are professional military under-
stand and accept the risk. It's
our choice. But when the boy
next door is killed, people are a
bit shocked.
The Marine graduated from
high school in 2003. The prin-
cipal of that school, quoted in
the local newspaper, said, "This
brings the war a lot closer to
home for many people." True.
Warfare is not a pretty thing.
Warfare is about killing people
and blowing up things. There is
no glamour to it. It's not a John
Wayne movie. We kill them, and
they kill us. Winning the war is
in the eye of the beholder.
Throughout America, fami-
lies and communities are experi-
encing the horrors of war. A few
days ago, I attended a funeral for
a relative who lived inAlabama.
He retired from the Navy. Some
of his shipmates were there. He
was buried in his WWII naval
uniform with all his ribbons and.
medals pinned to his chest.


COX'S

CORNER
Jerry Cox is a retired military officer
and writer with an extensive back-
ground in domestic and foreign policy
issues. He lives in Shalimar, Fla.

The sound of rifle shots and the
mournful sound of Taps echoed
through the trees and across the
cemetery as the military paid a
last tribute to this man for his
service to country. The sailors
folded the flag that draped his
coffin and handed it to his widow.
This sailor's chapter.in American
history ended.
Most .people are proud to
serve their country. This man
was; I was, and I'm sure that the
young soldier and Marine from
this community recently killed in
Iraq were proud to serve. But, for
some, service to country doesn't
end peacefully in a cemetery with
friends and neighbors gathered
about.
That was reinforced by the
comments of a man attending
my relative's funeral. Knowing
.that he was a colonel in the Na-
tional Guard, I asked him what he
thought about the Iraqi war and
its effect on the National Guard
" and Reserves.
SI expected him to talk about
the difficulties ,of recruiting
people for the Guard, but he said
that one of his sons had been at
Walter Reed hospital in Wash-
ington, D.C. for the past eigh-
teen months recuperating from
wounds incurred in Iraq.
According to the father, an
insurgent dropped a grenade into
a Hu1mvee in which his son was
riding. The explosion shattered
both legs and an arm.
I asked if the son would re-
cover and the father said that the
explosion blew the calf muscles
off both legs. The son was fitted
with special boots that mechani-
cally and electronically force .


the legs to move in a somewhat
normal manner when walking.
The father continued to say
that he thinks that his son is
also experiencing psychological
problems. The Department of
Defense, the military services
and the Department of Veteran's
Affairs recognize that warfare
affects soldiers psychologically,
The mind can be as severely
damaged by warfare as are arms
and legs.
As I watch the war in Iraq
unfold, I'm reminded of the
Vietnam War, my war.
During the Vietnam War,
there was the daily reports of
military successes, the deaths
of America's fighting men, and
"we are making progress in our
war on Communism in Southeast
Asia."
Today, there are daily reports
of military successes, the deaths
of America's fighting men and
women, and "we are making
progress in our war on terror."
Some things never change.


Rim do


President Bush was in Russia recently.
duty-free vodka for the twins.


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making a big deal out this thing with Newt but, hey, if anyone
knows how to appear in public with a man she can't stand, it's
Hillary. JAY LENO

John Bolton'is in danger of being rejected by the Senate
because he's known for abusing subordinates and frequently
losing his temper. Today, President Bush announced his second
choice -- Coach Bobby' Knight. CONAN O'BRIEN

It's the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II. That was
the war where our troops defeated the ruthless tyrant and then
we actually left. DAVID LETTERMAN

Did you see people rushing out of the Capital? It was
unbelievable. That was the fastest Congress ever moved that
didn't involve giving themselves a pay raise. What was really
scary was Tom DeLay. He had to get 25 family members on
the payroll out of there. There hasn't been this kind of panic
and evacuation in the White House since that night in '98 when
Hillary came home early. JAY LENO

The White House and the Capitol building were evacuated after
a small plane drifted into restrictive airspace. Things got very
tense. Police chased down the plane and identified the pilot as
runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks. CONAN O'BRIEN

Everybody was scared when a plane was found heading
into restricted airspace in Washington. The Bush twins were
running, trying not to spill their margarita. DAVID LETTERMAN

The White House and the Capitol building were evacuated
today as a small plane flew into restricted airspace. It actually
got within three miles of the White House. Three miles! That's
closer than John Kerry ever got. --JAY LENO

President Bush was not in Washington when the plane scare
happened. He gets up early and he was actually riding his
bicycle in Maryland -- apparently he has a paper route there.
People were running and screaming, they were really freaking
out. The police had to use their special Ted Kennedy tranquilizer
gun tostop them. JIMMY KIMMEL

At Madame Tussauds they unveiled a brand new wax statue
-- the Paris Hilton statue. And people tell me that this statue is
so life-like that the statue of Bill Clinton is hitting on it.
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plan to create a permanent cease fire in the Middle East.
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May Day gathering
Bethel AME Church and- Rev.
Garry Reed would like to invite
everyone to attend the 72 plus
years of getting together and
celebrating on Friday, May 20 at
5:30 p.m. (ET).
There will be games, food and
good ole' fun. Please come out
and help us celebrate this wonder-
ful occasion.
The church is located in Rock
Bluff Community on NW Bethel
Road. The congregation asks
that you bring a covered dish.
For more information, call 643-
4111.


We would like to express our since
the benefit cookout held for Bryan V
We'd like to extend a special thai
the food, as well as those of you who
assistance.
The funds received will be
used to help with the expenses
for his trip to China next January,
where he will undergo experi-
mental treatment in hopes that he
may resume some mobility.
Anyone who would like to
help with the upcoming trip may
do so by sending a donation in his
name to Calhoun-Liberty Credit
Union in Bristol.

Darrel "Doobie" Haves and
family would like to thank God
first, Liberty County Sheriff's
Department, Liberty County am-
bulance services, and especially
Air Medic for taking care of our
beloved Doobie.
Words can't express how we
feel about the lawn service boys,
Robert Matthews, and Jason
Hayes for responding so quickly
to the emergency and taking ac-
tion where it was needed.
Thank you area ministers for
all the prayers and visits and also
to the JROTC for taking time to
teach those cadets what they need
to learn.
We can't imagine not being
able to live anywhere else than
Liberty or Calhoun counties
because of how everyone comes
together to kindly help out in a
time of need.
Thank you so much for your
concern, phone calls, visits,
cards, food and especially the
prayers that are still being lifted.
Darrel "Doobie" Hayes is
slowly recovering from his ac-
cident and misses socializing and
talking to everyone.
God Bless, Darrel "Doobie"
S'Hayes arid family '


Friend & Family Day
Humility MB Church will
have a "Friend and Family Day"
on Sunday, May 22 at 3 p.m.
Rev. Robertson and congrega-
tion will be the host. *
Rev. Willie Riles would like
to invite everyone to attend and
make it a success.
For more information, call
643-2764

Gospel sing Sat.
Telogia Assembly of God
Church will have a gospel sing
featuring "The Chosen" on Satur-
day, May 21 at 7 p.m. The pastor
and congregation invite everyone
to attend.
The church is located 2 miles
south of Hosford on Hwy. 65.
For more information, call 674-
8994.

Prayer band meets
The Liberty Community
Prayer Band will hold prayer
service Thursday, May 19 at 7:30
p.m. (ET) at the home of Sister
Ella M. Howard.
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend. For more information,
call 643-2332.


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when we confess them and believe that
Christ died for them and was raised
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uniting us with Almighty God. We are
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JIMMY BROWN
Jimmy Brown celebrated his
10th birthday on May 9. His
parents are Doyle and Beth
Brown of Blue Creek. Mater-
nal grandparents are Bob and
Ruth Pickron of Bristol. Pater-
nal grandparents are Pharis
"Sonny" and Pauline Brown
of Blue Creek. Jimmy enjoys
soccer, baseball and reading.
His favorite past times include
spending time with big brother,
Bobby Lee and teasing sisters,
Ann Marie, Mary Beth and
Sara Catherine.


HYRUM WAHLQUIST
Hyrum Wahlquist celebrated
his ninth birthday on May 14.
He is the son of Patrick and
Lynne Wahlquist of Bristol. His
grandparents are Sue Howell
of Bristol, Charles Ray Howell
of Blountstown, Farrell and
Kay Wahlquist of Bristol. His
great-grandmother is Ruth
Howell of Blountstown. Hyrum
killed his first 8 point on Janu-
ary 1, 2005. Hyrum enjoys
playing sports hunting, fishing
and spending time with his
sister, Laura.


DANAE M. DASHER
Danae M. Dasher will cel-
- ebrate her first birthday on
May 21. Her parents are Kathy
LaFontaine and Burke Dasher
of Bristol. Her grandparents
are Richard and Ruth Water-
man of Blountstown and Lillian
Dasher and Coy Dasher, both
of Bristol. Danae loves being
outside swinging in her swing,
swimming in her pool, taking
walks or playing with mommy
and daddy. She also loves
books being read to her.


JASE LAGO
Jase Lago celebrated his ninth
birthday on April 29. He is the
son of Jason and Karen Lago.
His grandparents are William
and NancyAyers of Clarksville
and Steve and Sally Lago of
Perry. Great-grandparents are
Bauchie and Yvonne Sum-
mers of Bristol and Gladys
Lago of Perry Jase loves play-
ing baseball, football, hunting
and fishing With his dad and
playing with his cousins Brey-
den and Caroline.


MASON ROBERT WRIGHT


Michael and
Joan Wright
of Bristol


proudly an-
nounce the
birth of their
,son, Ma-
son Robert
S. Wright, born
on Feb. 23,
2005. Ma-
son weighed
7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 inches long. Maternal grand-
parents are Jimmy Johnson, and Reggie and Janice Ethridge,
all of Bristol. Great-grandparents are Lucile Johnson of Bristol
and the late Edison Johnson, and Cleve Kever of Telogia and
the late Ellie Mae Kever. Paternal grandparents are Beth Wright
of Hosford, Jim Wright of Sycamore. Great-grandparents are
Bob apd Dorothy Addis.of Ft., Latderdale. He is pictured above,
with his.big.sister, Madison Wfghit, 4 years old.


MARLON OREN
BLACK JR
Marion Orenthny Bla
celebrate his fifth bir
May 22. His parents
Ion 0. Black Sr. an
A. Black. His grandpa
Catherene "Nan-ny"l
Mr and Mrs. Murkey1
His god parents are
Mrs. John Dawson
enjoys watching Sco
and Clifford the Big f
riding the school bus
Willie Ruth, driving
Deere tractor and s
time with his Nan-nj
will celebrate his bir
Saturday, May 21 at
kins Park in Blountst
3 to 5 p.m. (ET). All
and friends are invite
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Rev. and Mrs.J-
David L. Carlson of
Bristol and Rev. and
i Mrs. Gary L. Wil-
THNY liamson of Hobbs,
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ck Jr. will nounce the wedding
rthday on of their children,
are Mar- Crystal Lynn Carlson
d Estress and Gary Lynn Wil-
irents are liamson Jr. on May 21
lack and at Bristbl P.H. Church
person. .
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Donnie Brookins will be,
graduating from Florida
School for the Deaf and
Blind on Friday, May 20.
Donnie will be pursuing an
education in. Golf Course
Management and Land-
scaping. He is the son of
Todd and Cindy Whitfield
of Bristol.

Congratulations Donnie
We are proud of you.
You have proven that you
can achieve all of your
goals, and with continued
belief in God, family and
yourself, you can accom-
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May afl your dream come true.
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Invitations will not be sent out, however, everyone is invited to
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Their plans are to reside in Hobbs.

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Liberty County School Board April 12 meeting minutes


Official minutes from the Liberty County
School Board meeting April 12, 2005
as recorded by the board secretary
The meeting was called to order
by Chairman Kyle Peddie. Mem-
bers present at the meeting were
Tommy Duggar, Darrel Hayes,
Roger Reddick, Kyle Peddie and
Superintendent David Summers.
Absent: James Flowers.
1. The opening prayer was of-
fered by Chairman Kyle Peddie
followed by the pledge of alle-
giance led by the JROTC.
2. Paula Waller, Executive Di-
rector of PAEC, spoke to the Board
bringing them up-to-date oh some
of the activities they are involved
in to assist the member districts
in providing better education.
Pat McDaniel, Risk Manager for
PAEC, spoke to the Board about

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Teresa Yancey, Guidance
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the Board regarding the.need for
an additional position at the high
school to assist the Principal with
discipline; etc.
Eddie Thomas spoke to the
Board regarding the use of the
LCHS Gym.
3. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to adopt the agenda
with emergency items.
4. CONSENT ITEMS:
A. Approval of Minutes March
8, 2005
B. Budget Amendments/Pay-
ment of Bills/Financial Statement
for March, 2005
C. Principal's Reports for
March, 2005
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seconded by Hayes and carried
unanimously to approve consent
items.
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Motion was made by Reddick,
seconded by Hayes and carried
unanimously to remove from the
table the proposed change in the
Liberty County School Board poli-
cy on Retiree Health Insurance.
Motion was made by Dug-
gar and seconded by Reddick to
set the amount the School Board
will contribute to retirees on their
health insurance at $2.00 per year
up to 30 years of service. For mo-
tion: Duggar, Reddick. Against
motion: Hayes, Peddie. The mo-
tion died due to tie vote.
Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to give permission
to advertise the proposed policy
change without an amount speci-
fied. The amount to be contributed
will be decided at a later date.
Motion was made by Reddick,
seconded by Hayes and carried
unanimously to remove from the
table the proposed change in the
Liberty County School Board Nep-
otism Policy.
Motion was made by- Duggar,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to rescind the previ-
ous motion to change the current
Nepotism Policy.
Motion was made by Reddick,
seconded by Hayes and carried
unanimously to remove from the
table the Salary Adjustment for
District Level Secretarial Staff.
Motion was made by Reddick,
seconded by Hayes and carried
unanimously to approve the Sala-
ry Adjustment for the District Level
Secretarial Staff to be effective
July 1,2005.
6. ACTION ITEMS
A. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to approve Adclen-
dum to the Cooperalive Agree-
ment Between North Florida Child
Development (Headstart) and the
Liberty County School Board as
to the contracted base pay for the
Family Services Worker.
B. Motion was made by Red-
dick, seconded by Hayes and
carried unanimously to approve
revised Salary Schedule for North
Florida Child Development Family
Service Worker retroactive to July
1,2004.
C. Motion was made by Red-
dick, seconded by Hayes and car-
ried unanimously to approve Lib-
erty County School Board's Plan
for Hiring Highly Qualified Instruc-
tors.
D. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to approve Agree-
ment Between Liberty County
School Board and Dr. Gregory A.


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E. Motion was made by Dug-
gar, seconded by Hayes and car-
ried unanimously to approve Lib-
erty County School Board School
Calendar for 2005-06.
F. Motion was made by Red-
dick, seconded by Duggar and
carried unanimously to approve
Credit Application for Whatley
Supply Company.
G. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to approve setting
the Liberty County Para Profes-
sional Praxis test score at 460..
H. Motion was made by Dug-
gar, seconded by. Reddick and
carried unanimously to approve
request to allow the following stu-
dents to attend Liberty County
Adult School and to give permis-
sion to take the GED upon com-
pletion of prescribed coursework:
*Leann Taylor
*Shawna Parramore.
I. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by. Reddick and carried
unanimously to approve request
for permission to create two Read-
ing Coach positions as required by
state mandate.
J. Motion was made by Red-
dick, seconded by Hayes and
carried unanimously to approve
change in Job Descriptions (Qual--
ifications section only)..
K. Personnel Matters
Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to approve the fol-
lowing personnel matters:
1. Approve request to extend
DROP period for at least another
year from Sara Elder
2. Approve request from Joan
Wright for a leave of absence be-
ginning February 24, 2005 to May
26
3. Approve paying Kimberly
Solomon temporary teacher aide
pay retroactive to July 1, 2004
through February 18, 2005
4. Approve recommendation
of Crystal Sanders as Child Care
Worker in% Liberty County Kids
First Program beginning April 1,
2005
5. Accept letter of resignation
from Stephanie Ford as Speech-
Language Pathologist effective
April 8, 2005
6. Approve Jeani Griffin to re-
ceive' Girl's Softball Coaching
supplement at W.R. Tolar School
beginning March 3, 2005 (previ-
ously Stacie Fant received this
supplement but she resigned from
the position on March 2, 2005)
8. INFORMATION AND DIS-
CUSSION ITEMS
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tion Director, talked with the Board
about the critical shortage of bus
drivers and bus driver substitutes
in Liberty County. He advised the
Board that he is investigating ways
to increase the interest in bus driv-
ing for our district and will keep
the Board informed in this area of
concern.
10. SUPERINTENDENT'S RE-
PORTS
Summers asked Moore to
report on his findings regard-
ing lighting at the Hosford Field.,
Moore told the -Board members
that he had checked with other
districts and found that the costs
for lighting the fields at Hosford
would probably be around $4,000
per, pole.
11. BOARD MEMBER CON-
CERNS
Peddie informed the Board that
O'Steen had requested that we
begin to look for another School
Board Attorney as he is trying to
cut back on his work load. Sum-
mers informed the Board that he
had sent letters to three local at-
torneys requesting proposals if
they were interested. He told. the
Board that he would let them know
about the response we receive.
EMERGENCY ITEMS:
1. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to approve Contract
with the ,Department of Motor
Vehicles for Buzzy Lewis to be a
Third Party Administrator for Lib-
erty County School District.
2. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously :to approve request
for permission for- the. Liberty
County School Board to pay for
the S Endorsement and new li-
cense for all current school board
employees with CDL Bus Driver
Licenses (payment will be made
after employee passes the test).
3. Motion was made by Dug-,
gar, seconded by Reddick and
carried unanimously to approve
Contract with CRA Architects to
complete Educational Plant Sur-
vey and FISH Reports and begin
process for obtaining Special Fa-
cilities Construction funds to build
a new school.
4. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and car-
ried unanimously to approve re-
quest for permission to pay Cathy
Brock Revell temporary teacher-
aide salary retroactive to March
15, 2005 for the remainder of the
2004-05 school year.
5. Motion was made by Red-
dick, seconded by Duggar and
carried unanimously to approve
request for. Timothy Brown to at-
tend Liberty County Adult School
'and to take the GED after com-
pletion of prescribed program of
coursework.
6. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and car-
ried unanimously to approve rec-
ommendation of Kay Wahlquist
as temporary teacher during the
leave of absence of Joan Wright
effective February 28 through May
26, 2005.
8. Motion was made by Hayes
and seconded by. Duggar to ap-
prove recommendation for cre-
ation of-position and Job Descrip-
tion at LCHS to be officially titled
General Support/Program Coor-
dinator, High School. For motion:
Duggar, Hayes, Peddie. Against
motion: Reddick.
12. There being no further busi-
Srness'to come before the Board; ,
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R. F Munroe names Natalie Bristol Salutatorian


The top five ranked students
in the graduation class at Robert
F. Munroe Day School have been
named. The GPA's are figured based
on a 12 point scale for the students'
academic classes and are weighted
if an honors class is involved.
The Valedictorian of the Class
of 2005 is Ben Stewart, son of Jerri
and John Stewart of Mt. Pleasant.
He was on the County Brain Brawl
State Division III winning team.
Ben's senior directory includes the
following credits: Student Council
III, IV-Treasurer; Beta I, II, 1IT, IV;
Brain Brawl II, III, IV; Class Presi-
dent II, John A. Blitch Award III;
"Most Studious"; "Valedictorian";
High Academic Diploma; Recipi-
ent of the Florida Medallion Schol-
arship Award. He will attend the
University of Florida beginning in
June.
The Salutatorian is Natalie
Bristol, daughter of Lisa and Cliff
Bristol of Bristol. Natalie has been
active in many aspects of school in-
cluding: Student Council I, II-Trea-
surer; Beta I, II, III-VP, IV; Chorus
I, II; Basketball I, II, III; Softball I;
Cheerleading I, II, III, IV-Co Cap-
tain; "Homecoming Court" I, IV;
"Miss Munroe Court" IV. She was
named "Key Club Sweetheart,"
Wendy Heisman Nominee, "Most
Likely to Succeed," and "Class Sa-
lutatorian." She has earned a High
Academic Diploma and the Florida
Academic Scholarship Award. Nat-


DCT LUNCHEON
The Blountstown High Schools
Diversified Cooperative Training
sponsor and students had their an-
nual Employer-Employee Appre-
ciation Luncheon on May 3 at Par-
amore's Too in Blountstown. The
purpose of this event was for the
students and school officials to ex-
press their thanks and appreciation
to the people of our community for
their genuine interest, patience, and
employment of the DCT students.
Guests were greeted by Hostess
Amber Hobby and were signed in
by Kristina Galloway. The intro-
duction of the guests and officers
was given by Amy Davis and fol-
lowed by the welcome given by
BHS Principal Mr. Ronnie Hand.
The businesses that employed stu-
dents this school year included:
Parker Industries-Jake Parker,
McDonald's-Yolanda Baker, Parra-
more's Too Amber Hobby, Pizza
Hut-Terra Lindsey, Piggly Wiggly-
Chris Wilson, Golden's Pharmacy
- Amy Davis, Parthenon Health-
care Kristina Galloway, and C&B
Construction Jonathan Connelly.
The skills and experiences gained
by these students are priceless and
most beneficial to them before en-
tering into their full-time employ-
ment after graduation.
Special guests included: Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves-Superintendent,
Mr. Greg Jones General Supervi-
sor, Mr. Ronnie Hand-principal of
BHS, Mr. Keithl Summers- assis-'


Natalie Bristol


alie will attend the University of
Florida.
Ranked third in the class and
named Class Historian is Tyler
McKinnon, son of Elaine and How-
ard McKinnon of Quincy. Tyler's
activities have included: Key Club
II, III, IV; Beta I, II, HI, IV; Brain
Brawl III; Chorus I; FCA I, II, III,
IV; Golf I, II, III, IV-Most Improved
Player; Baseball IV; II-HOBY Par-
ticipant; Class Treasurer IV. As
"Class Historian" he will present a
slide show and history for the class
at graduation. He has earned a High
Academic Diploma and the Florida
Medallion Scholarship Award.-Ty-
ler will be attending University of
Florida.
The fourth ranked student in the


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June 6 Summer School
I begins I
June 6 thru June 16 -
Driver's Ed
S June 11 ACT Test at
Chipola
L_ .. -
tant principal of BHS, Mrs. Sharon
Leonard-McCrone-business teacher
of BHS, and Mrs. Deborah Perdue-
DCT sponsor at BHS.
After the meal, the DCT students
expressed the skills learned on their
individual job and presented plaques
to their employers. All DCT mem-
bers, sponsors, and special guests
had a very enjoyable evening.
FCCLA News
Blountstown High School's
Chapter of FCCLA has been busy
collecting toys for small children
who are discovered to be in bad
situations. Throughout the past
couple of weeks there were several-
boxes placed in the office, library,
and Mrs. Mears' room that stuffed
animals could be dropped in by stu-
dents and faculty members. The
stuffed animals will be given to the
Blountstown Police- Department
and the Blountstown Fire Depart-
ment to be passed out to community
children as needed. This idea was
a success, and.FCCLA feels it will
be very helpful with the small kids.
FCCLA would like to thank anyone
SWho participate iany, way.


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class is Andrew Gay, son of Kim
and Andy Gay of Quincy. Andrew
recently signed a baseball scholar-
ship with Chipola Junior College.
He has been active and earned rec-
ognition in many areas of school
life including: Student Council I,
II, III, IV; Key Club II, III, IV; Beta
II, III, IV; Chorus I; FCA I, II, III,
IV-Huddle Leader; Basketball III-
Leadership Award; Baseball I, II,
III-Offensive Player of the Year,
IV-Class A District 1 Player of the
Year, MVP, Coaches Sportsmanship
Award; IV-Class VP; "Homecoming
Court" I; "Anchor Club Co-Dream-
boat"; Talquin Electric Coopera-
tive's Youth Tour Representative;
Wendy Heisman Nominee; "Best
All Around." Fourth rank requires
Andrew to be the "Class Prophet,"
and he will present the prophecy on
class night. He has earned a High
Academic Diploma and the Florida
Medallion Scholarship Award.
Samuel Iglesias is the Class
Lawyer as the fifth ranked student.
Samuel is the son of Vera and Car-
los Iglesias of Quincy. His activities
have included: Key Club II, III, IV-
VP; Beta II, III, IV-President; Brain
Brawl III & IV-Captain; Chorus I;
Basketball II, III, IV; Baseball I,
II, III. He was on the County Brain
Brawl State Division III winning
team. He earned a High Academic
Diploma and the Florida Academic
Scholarship Award. He will attend
the University of Florida.
The graduation, activities begin
on 'May 22 at, Thomas Memorial
Baptist Church with the Baccalau-
reate services at 7:30 p.m. Class
Night and Graduation are both at
7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 26,
and Friday, May 27, at the school's
Suber Complex.


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DAVID COLEY SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED The Jackson County Republican Ex-
ecutive Committee made the lead donation of $1,000 to establish the David Coley Memorial
Scholarship at Chipola College. Pictured from left, are: Homer Hirt, Chipola Foundation direc-
tor Julie Fuqua, Marti Coley, Sharon Mitchell, Gina Stuart and Bert Benoit. CHIPOLA PHOTO


David Coley Memorial Scholarship

established at Chipola College


MARIANNA-- The Jackson
County Republican Executive
Committee made the lead dona-
tion of $1,000 to establish the
David Coley Memorial Scholar-
ship at Chipola College.
Coley was elected to the Flor-
ida House of Representatives
District 7 seat in November of
2004. He died of liver cancer
in March. Coley also worked at
Chipola as a Special Services
Coordinator for the college's
Bachelor's Degree programs.


He was a Chipola graduate in the
class of 1982.
Coley formerly served as an
aide to Florida House Speaker
Allan Bense. He also was a con-
gressional aide to former U.S.
Rep. Bill Grant and was aide to
former Florida Representatives
Robert Trammell and Jamey
Westbrook.
Chipola President Dr. Gene
Prough, said, "This is a fitting
tribute to David. He believed in
helping people, and this schol-


arship will help many students
realize the dream of a college
education."
Others wishing to make dona-
tions to the scholarship should
send checks payable to the
Chipola College Foundation,
3094 Indian Circle, Marianna,
FL 32446 and indicate that the
donation is for the Da\ id Cole\
Memorial Scholarship.
For information, call the
Chipola Foundation at 718-
2478.


Chipola's spring dean's list announced
MARIANNA Dr. Sarah derson, John Baker, Kelly Blair, Gardiner, Rebecca Gilley, Josh-
Clemmons. vice president of In- Joanna Bridges, James Gates, ua Grace, Bethany Gwaltney,
struuctional and Student Services Pamela Russell, Natalie States. Monika Hollister, Jena Jeter, Ci-
at Chipola College, commends *Bristol- Michelle Black- ara Jones, Jamaal Jones, Joshua
the 176 students who made burn, Ashley Durham, Karah Lawrence, Codie Long, Andrew
the Dearf's List for academic Rackley. McGee, Kimberly Myrick, Me-
achievement during the Spring *Chattahoochee-Stephanie lissa Nuelle, Tara Padgett, Mal-
Semester 2005. Mann, Nichole Rivera. lory Petty, Codi Player, Amber
To be placed on the Dean's *Hosford- Elishann Geiger, Quinn, Marci Rankin, Richard
List, a student must take 12 or Elisa Williams. Sims, Jordan Sims, Kate Sloan,
more semester hours of courses -Marianna-Brittany Ballard, Kacie Smith, Ashley Watford,
and make an average of 3.25 Tonya Blocker, Robert Bondu- Matthew West, Jacqueline
(B+) to 4.0 (A) in all courses. rant, Lauren Bragg, Marlana Young, Summer Zick.
Students who made perfect Branning, Ashley Brogdon, Dan- *Sneads- Katharyn Jones,
averages of 4.0-straight A's- iel Burke, Melanie Cobb, Mario Stephen Mitchell, Lynsey Pitt-
and their hometowns are: Collings, Tanya Douglas, Grace man, Ashley Roberts.
*Altha- Keith Johnson.
*Blountstown- Rebecca j1 0
Carder, Whitney Cherry, Sharon r
Henderson. s
*Bristol- Laura Wahlquist.
*Chattahoochee- Ashley i si
Melzer.
*Marianna- Lauren Eade, ,.j
James Goodwin, Salena Grace .
Amanda Hall, Lana Pierce, :
Terra Pumphrey, Charles Riley, .
Lincoln Sims, Melissa Tatum, CHIPOLA CORRECTIONS GRADS- Sixteen candidates
Trevor Tyre. recently completed the Basic Corrections Academy at Chipola
*Sneads- Paige Rentz. College. Graduates are, from left to right: (front) David Beall


Students who earned grade
point averages ranging from
3.25(B+) to 3.99 (A) and their
hometowns are:
*Altha- Natosha Fielder,
Amelia Flores, Terri Keith, John
Marlow, Rona Van Lierop.
*BlountstoWn-,'- Jessica .An-


of Bascom, Derrick Bellamy of Greenwood, David Dubose of
Grand Ridge, Yaivonda Fitzgerald of Quincy, Selina Gilmore
of Altha, (middle) Joana Lee of Marianna, Eric Long of Bas-
com, Kendria McKay of Marianna, Kristie Moore of Quincy,
Shella Motley of Geneva, AL, (back) Margena Myrick of Mari-
anna, Jeremy Proctor of Grand Ridge, Michael Ross of Bristol,
James Skipper of Westville, Melinda Sorrells.. of Bonifay and
Teresa Thornton of Dothan, AL. cHIPOLA PHOTO


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020-1 S-4W-00008-001
3.00 AC OB0138P0301
STRICKLAND, SUE ROGERS
7872-B CHRISTY CARY LANE
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32304
SEC 20-1 S-4W 3AC COM ON N
BY NEW FLORIDA SR#20 ON S
BY OLD FLORIDA SR20 ON E
OCHKLOCKONEERIVER ON SE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

2 R0006700 $149.49'
011-5S-4W-00044-017
1. 3.00 AC OB0105P0346
PUTNAL, ERNEST KYLE
P.O. BOX 903
CARRABELLE, FL 32322
SEC 11-5S-4W 3 AC COM AT
U.S. GOVERNMENT CON MON
SW COR AND PROCEED N
OODEG 10MIN 07 SEC W ALG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

3 R0013400 $119.75
006-1 S-5W-00083-009
2.09 AC
SHEEHY, G. EDWARD & ERNES
KING
1450 SHELL MOUND RD.
ENTERPRISE, FL 32725
SEC 6-1 S-5W LOTS LOTS 5,6
BLOCK C LOWRY ACRES
UNRECORDED PLAT-O.R. BK.
50, P. 748

4 R0022900 HX $98.81
025-1S-5W-00127-r 1
10.20 AC OP' 1076
MCCALLIST & WAN
27479 Nr .-K ROAD
HOS .N 4
25 &/ .AC COM AT
NW SEC 25 TH E
ALONE, .4 BDY OF SEC 25,
462 FT FOR POB. TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL.SEE TAXROLL)

5 R0029500 HX $365.58
034-1 S-5W-00181-005
7.62AC OB011-8P0305
CARROLL, LONNIE J. AND
TERRI L. CARROLL
18543 NE OLD BLUE CREEK R
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 34-1S-5W 7.62 AC'COM
AT CON MON AT NW COR OF N
1/2 OF THEN 1/2 OF SW.
1/4 OF SEC 34 TH S 663.81'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

6 R0035300 $544.82.
014-2S-5W-00221-001
76.66 AC
SUBER, TERRY M INETH
MARY K. ROBF'. NTHIA
GENTRY
10313 N"M
BRISF l
SEC: |l'- /6.66 AC
THE Mi.- 1/3 OF LANDS
DESC AS COM AT SW COR OF
FRACTIONAL SEC 14 TH N 80
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

7 R0088400 $273.25
023-1 S-6W-00558-000
.48 AC OB0127P0247
ELLIS, LLOYD MYRTICE BECK
JEAN PULLAM, CYRIAL COLEM
JANICE JONES
P.O. BOX 385
HOSFORD, FL 32334.
SEC 23-1 S-6W LOTS 2,3, &
6, BLOCK 12 TOWN OF WEST '
HOSFORD O.R. BK. 24, P. 1
O.R. BK. 64, P. 524 O.R.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

8 R0094500 $43.19
023-1 S-6W-00611-001
.16AC
HARLOW, CULLIE M.
RT. 1 BQX 2
HOSFORD,, FL 32334
SEC 23-1S-6W LOT COM AT
SE COR OF BLK 8 SANDERS
ADDITION TO HOSFORD TH S
TO CEME- TARY TH W TO A
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

9 R0096700 $32.21
023-1 S-6W-00636-000
.04 AC OB0125P0621
CARTER, JAMES TOMMY
315 SW IRIS CT
LAKE CITY, FL 32024
SEC. 23-1S-6W LOT COM AT
SE COR OF BLK 24, TOWN OF
HOSFORD AND RUN S 500 FT
THS 9 DEG W 250 FT ALONG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

10 R0099800 HX $187.00
023-1S-6W-00653-000
.30 AC OB0133P0563
BROXTON, JAMES TERRY AND
JO ANN BROXTON
RT. 1 BOX 25
., HOSFORpFL, 323.34,.
"SEG.'2r S5W{LOTC.OM.AT'...' ..
SSE COROF'THEESSI'E" A .,


LIBERTY COUNTY

DELINQUENT REAL PROPERTY TAX

FOR THE YEAR 2004


Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of June at 11:00 a.m.EST in the Court-
room of the Liberty County Courthouse, Bristol, Florida, Tax Sale Certificates will
be sold.


The following described land to pay the amount of taxes herein is set opposite the
same, together with all cost of advertising and cost of sale.


Carol K. Strickland, Tax Collector, Liberty County, Florida
S5-11i.5-18.5-25


WILLIAMS TRACT OF LAND &
RUN WALG SEC LI 165'TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

11 R0100700 $144.94
023-1 S-6W-00662-000
.50 AC OB0147P0394.
JORDAN, JOSHUA
19962 NE SHAWN ROAD
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEO. 23-1S-6W .5 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 23, TH N
140 YDS TO POB. TH N 35
YDS TH E 70 YDS TH S 35
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

12 R0101000 $138.43
023-1 S-6W-00664-000
66.50 AC
SHULER, ALFRED 0.
BOX 850
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
SEC. 23-1 S-6W 66.5 AC
BEGIN ON A&N RR 1046.4 FT
N & 1607.03 FT E OF SW
COR OF NW1/4 OF NW1/4 OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

13 R0105100 $99.95
025-1 S-6W-00687-000
60.00 AC
FILLINGIM, J.A. EST.
C/O MYRLE F. BELIN
5801 CRESTRIDGE RD #308A
RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CA
90275-4961
SEC. 25-1 S-6W 60 AC COM.
NE COR. SEC. 25, GO 94
DEG. W.41.5 CHAINS TO
WATER OAK. S. 45 DEG. E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

14 R0107600 HX $329.47
026-1 S-6W-00704-004
3.00 AC OB0128P0542
MILLETTE, CRAIG
RT 1 BOX 51-S
CANNON BRANCH ROAD
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 26 1S 6W 3 AC COM AT
CON MON SW COR SEC 26 TH
E 3896.31 FT TH N 2173.35
FT TO ST RD ROW CON MON
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

15 R0107700 $877.66
026-1 S-6W-00704-005
3.00 AC OB0119P0075
DAVIS, JEAN AND MELISSA W
12112 NW SR 20
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 26 1S 6W 3.00 AC COM
SW COR SEC 26 TH E
3896.31 FT TH N 2173.35 FT
TO CON MON ON NEARLY ROW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

16 R0107800 .$527.34
026-1 S-6W-00704-006
1.53 AC OB0117P0344
HATHAWAY, RONNIE
GENERAL DELIVERY
HOSFORD,'FL 32334
SEC 26-1 S-6W 1.53 AC O.R.
BK. 117, PG. 344(LEGAL)
LESS: O.R. BK. 95, PG.
244 O.R. BK. 95, PG. 262
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

17 R0108300 $467.61
026-1 S-6W-00704-011
1.00 AC OB0122P0033
RICHARDS, DANNY E.
P.O. BOX 34
TELOGIA, FL 32360 '
SEC 26-1 S-6W 1 ACRE COM
SW COR OF SEC 26 TH E
3896.31 FT TH N 2173.35
FT TO ST RD ROW CON MON
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

18 R0109700 $957.93
026-1 S-6W-00704-025
1.00 AC OB0138P0599
GAY, STORMY.AND
GREGORYGAY ,
18226 NE CANNON BRANCH RD


HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 26-1 S-6W 1AC COM 4X4"
CON MON MARKIIJG SW COR
OF
SEC 26 TH E 3896.31' TH N
2173.35' TO ST ROW TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

19 R0111600 HX $82.76
026-1 S-6W-00713-000
5.00 AC
ARNOLD, MICHAEL P. & PATR
20511 NE BURLINGTON RD.
HOSFORD, FL 32334 -
SEC. 26-1S-6W 5 AC W1/2
OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4 OF SW
1/4 O.R. BK. 77, P. 307

20 R0118800 HX $220.24
027-1 S-6W-00760-000
.53AC OB0104P0484
BEARD, ALVIN J. & CHRISTI
19037 NE-SR 65
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC. 27-1 S-6W .53 AC
BEGIN AT THE NW COR OF
THE NE 1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF
SEC 27 TH E 24A FT TO THE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

21 R0119200 HX $95.06
027-1 S-6W-00762-002
7.50 AC
MARTIN, LUCKY
P.O. BOX 504
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 27-1 S-6W 7.5 AC COM
AT N LINE OF NE1/4 OF
SE1/4 WHERE SAID LINE
CROSSES THE E SIDE OF RR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

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.96 AC OB0124P0049
FOSTER, BOBBY AND TERRY L
20457 NE MAGNOLIA OAK DR
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 34-1 S-6W LOTS LOTS 1
& 2 BLK E, TOWN OF
TELOGIAAND A 30 FOOT
STRIP ON UNNAMED-R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

23 R0130100 $106.89
034-1 S-6W-00799-003
.67AC OB0111P0291
GOWAN, ROSS B. AND
MICHELLE GOWAN
P.O. BOX 182
TELOGIA, FL 32360
SEC 34-1 S-6W ALL BLOCK A,
LESS & EXCEPT 1 & 2, OF
THE TOWN OF TELOGIA PER
O.R. BK. 111, PG. 291

24 R0134400 $88.24
034-1 S-6W-00842-000
.52 AC
HAYES, MINNIE
P.O. BOX 64 -
TELOGIA, FL. 32360
SEC. 34-1 S-6W .46 AC COM
AT NE COR LOT 4 BLK M
TOWN OF TELOGIA.GO E 100'
S 200' W 100' N 200' TO.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

25 R0137000 $105.47
035-1 S-6W-00851-004
3.40 AC
ARNOLD, BARBARA
C/O THOMAS E. ARNOLD
RT 1 BOX 57-C --
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 35 15 6W 3.4 AC COM
AT THE SE-COfR OF SEC 35
TH RUN N 01 DEG 11 MIN E
2937' TH S 89 DEG 06 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

26 R0142900 $53.64
033-2N-6W-00299-000
1.50 AC
KENNEDY, CHESTER- ,
141 AUDUBONDRF.
HAVANA, FL 32333'


SEC. 33-2N-6W 1.5 AC COM
AT THE NE COR OF SE1/4 OF
SE1/4 SEC 33, RUN W 87.
YDS S 86 YDS E 87 YDS N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

27 R0144200 $394.35
001-2S-6W-00874-000
160.00 AC
WARD, LENA
P.O. BOX 69
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-6W 160 AC COM.
AT SE COR OF SW1/4 OF NE
1/4 AND RUN W 308 YDS N
440 YDS E 308 YDS S 440
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

28 R0144600 $389.42
001-2S-6W-00878-000
177.90,AC OB0113P0206
WARD, LENA
P.O. BOX 69
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-6W 177.90 AC
SW1/4 & S1/2 OF SE1/4,
LESS 2 AC TO COXWELL &
LESS 16.28 AC TO GREEN &
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

29 R0145300 $59.11
001-2S-6W-00878-009
1.34 AC
ALLEN, DAWN A. & MEGAN N.
RT 1, BOX 97K
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 1-2S-6W 1.34 AC COM
AT SE COR OF SEC 1, TH N
01 DEG 20 MIN 22 SEC E
ALONG ELINE OF SEC 1,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

30 R0148600. $2283.96
003-2S-6W-00891.-001
105.95 AC OB012Fm0049
TELOGIA POWEP
C/O NRG ENF'
901 MARO' .JITE 2
MINNE'

SEC. 1 105.95.AC
BEGIN, E COR OF SEC 3,
TH SOO DEG 05 MIN 00 SEC -
E ALONG THE E'LY BDY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

31 R0169600 $303.22
006-1 N-7W-01136-003
.14AC OB0113P0572
MANUFACTURERS & TRADERS
T
P.O. BOX 900
HATBORO, PA 19040
SEC 6-1N-7W .14 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SW 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SEC 6, TH N 825 FT
TH W 420FT TH N 75 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

32 R0188300 $323.70
031-1N-7W-01256-000
.61 AC
HAND, OPAL
C/O JOYCE & DENNIS COLLIN '
P.O. BOX 568
MALONEL, FL 32445
SEC. 31-1 N-7W .5 AC COM
AT THE NW COR OF SE1/4 OF
SEC 31 & RUN E TO THE W
SIDE OF ST. RD. #12
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

33 R0189200 $478.40
031-1 N-7W-01264-000
.25 AC OB0118P0257
JOHNSON, HINTON
RT. 1 BOX 320-H
ALTHA, FL 32421
SEC. 31-1 N-7W LOT COM. AT
NW COR OF JOHN RITTER'S
LAND AS RECORDED IN DEED
BK. 32 P 3 & RUN W 90 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

34 R0202800 r$718.0,5,
031 -1.N,-7-.01395-bo0 ,
.17 AC 0B0134P0507.'*


SIRMONS, DON
P.O. BOX 1033
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W COM AT THE
SE COR OF LOT 9 AND RUN E
150 FT FOR POB THENCE RUN
N 150.FT E 75 FT S. 150
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

36 R0217700 HX $574.88
032-1 N-7W-01520-000
5.12 AC OB0126P0426
BRANTLEY, TIMOTHY
12198 NW STATE ROAD 20
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 32-1N-7W 5.12 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SE1/4 OF SEC
32-1 N-7W & RUN N 00 DEG
.29 MIN E 409.3' TO POB TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

37 R0222200 $572.58
033-1 N-7W-01532-001
5.03 AC OB0143P0310
SCHONVELD, KARS J.
12732 NW SR 20
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 33-1 N-7W 5.03 AG COM
AT ACON MON MARKING SW
COR OF SEC 33 TH N OD
28M 10S E ALG THE WLY BDY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

38 R0222400 HX $137.78
033-1 N-7W-01532-003
10.02 AC
WARE, WILLIE B. & SHARON
RT 3, BOX 23T
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 33-1 N-7W 10.02 AC COM
AT CON MON MARKING SW
COR
OF SEC 33 TH N OOD 28M
10S E ALG WLY BDY OF SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXRQLL)

39 R0234800 HX $145.58
003-1 S-7W-01572-008
2.57 AC OB0121P0207
PEDDLE, TAMMY L.
HCR 2 BOX 29
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 3-1S-7W 2.57AC COM IN
THE CENTER OF HWY 20 ON.
TH WEST SIDE OF COUNTY RD
LEADING TO WHITE SPGS AND
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

40 R02391)' H,'. $.32-,91
004-1S-7VVJ .-1 .00:i- '*"-
1.00 AC
JONES, BETTY J.
12575 OLD POST ROAD
BRISTOL, FL 32321-9508
SEC 4-1S-7W 1 AC COM AT A
CONMON NW COR OF SEC
4TH
N 89D 51M 37S E ALG NLY
BDY OF SAID SEC 4 154.89'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

41 R0239700 '$327.30
004-1S-7W-01603-009
3.59 AC OB0133P0528-
WHITE, EDWARDAND
KATHERINE WHITE
P.O. BOX 278
BRISTOL, FL 32321 .
SEC 4-1 S-7W- 3.59 AC COM
AT CON MON MARKING NW
COR
OF SEC 4 TH N 89DEG 51 MIN
37SEC E ALG NLY BDY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

42 R0243700 $85.66
005-1 S-7W-01628-000
4.13 AC OB0091P0500
TANTON, HAZEL
P.O. BOX 244
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 5-1S-7W 4.13 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 5 TH S
OODEG 07 MIN 18 SEC E
1634.43 FTTH N 80 DEG 40
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

43 R0243900 HX $350.40
005-1 S-7W-01630-000-
1.13AC
TANTON, HAZEL
P.O. BOX 244
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 5-1S-7W 1.13 AC COM
AT SE COR OF NE1/4 OF
NE1/4 SEC 6 RUN S 63 YDS
TO THE CENTER OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL).






MAY 18,2005 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15


44 R0249300 HX $1289.88
006-1 S-7W-01656-005
1.00AC OB0144P0347
PEDDLE, CARL MONROE & IRM
11046 NW MICHAUX RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 6-1S-7W 1.00 AC COM
AT PT WHERE TH W'LY R/W
LINE OF PEA RIDGE RD
INTERSECTTH N'LY R/W LINE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

45 R0254100 HX $1035.15
006-1 S-7W-01680-024
.41 AC OB0128P0551
MOORE, ANTHONY L.
10796 NW MICKEY DR.
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 6-1S-7W LOT 4, BLK C,
UNIT 3, SHULER HEIGHTS
S/D OR 128/551

46 R0265000 $677.45
007-1 S-7W-01754-012
4.00 AC
ACMHS PROPERTIES, INC.
625 E. TENNESSEE STREET
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32321
SEC. 7-1 S-7W 4.00 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88 DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04'TO ELY R/W OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

47 R0265100 $77.39
007-1 S-7W-01754-013
.80 AC OB0072P0676
PEDDlE, IRMA NELL LINDSEY
RT 3, BOX 389-B
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 7-1S-7W .80 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 7, TH N
88 DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04' TO E'LY R/W OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

48 R0265200 $152.70
007-1 S-7W-01754-014
.61 AC OB0079P0270
GRIFFEN, EDDIE & MELISSA
4922 SW LULA KEMP RD
KINARD, FL 32449-2212
SEC. 7-1S-7W .61 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FT TO E'LY R/W OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

49 R0265300 $32.86
,007-1 S-7W-01754-016
.11 AC OB0074P0329
PEDDlE, IRMA NELL LINDSEY
RT 3, BOX 389-B
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 7-1S-7W .12 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FT TO E'LY R/W OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

50 R0265500 $92.37
007-1 S-7W-01754-018
-.69AC OB0079P0282
PEDDLE, IRMA NELL LINDSEY
RT 3, BOX 389-B
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 7-1S-7W .69 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FT TO THE E'LY R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

51 R0267300 $957.00
007-1 S-7W-01767-000
5.47 AC OB0138P0294
TCIF REOI, LLC
3815 SW TEMPLE
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
SEC. 7-1S-7W 5.47 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FT TO E'LY R/W OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

52 R0270600 HX $384.58
007-1 S-7W-01788-000
.48 AC OB0142P0255
SHULER, J. WENDAL AND KAY
10316 NW 3RD ST.
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 7-1S-7W LOTS LOTS 16
& W1/2 OF LOT15 BLK B
NEAL SUBDIVISION O.R. BK.
16, P. 401 OR 129/276
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

53 R0270900 HX $142.68
007-1 S-7W-01791-000
.48 AC
SUMMERLIN, DOUGLAS & KATH
RT. 3 BOX 285
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 7-1S-7W LOT LOT COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 7 TH
N'LYALONG W'LY LINE OF
SAID SEC 2180 FT.TO THE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

54 R0271200 $626.84
007-1 S-7W-01793-000
...5AOA.R .QBOTf38QP,05%7,5 ...*. ,,'
O.WENS.,HIIP IP.InFF-Y. o.


NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE

FOR LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT

2004 REAL. PROPERTY TAX

continued from page. 14 I


19411 PANAMA CITY BEACH P
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL
32413
SEC. 7-1S-7W 5 AC COM SW
COR SEC 7 RUN N 586 2/3
YDS FOR POB RUN N 70 YDS
E 335 YDS M/LTO W SIDE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

55 R0284100 HX $136.69
018-1S-7W-01871-003
8.74 AC OB0077P0395
VINSON, ROGER & JEANNETTE
14671 NW HICKORY LN
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 18-1S-7W 8.74 AC COM
AT NW COR OF NE1/4 OF
NE1/4 OF SEC 18TH S 89
DEG 42 MIN E ALG C.L. OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

56 R0289100 HX $331.22
018-1 S-7W-01885-002
5.20 AC
MCGEE, GARY & PATRICIA
P.O. BOX 463
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 18-1S-7W 5.2 AC COM
NE COR OF SW1/4 OF NE1/4
& RUN S 420' TO POB TH W
630' S 319' E 384' S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

57 R0292600 $232.75
018-1S-7W-01904-000
1.94 AC OB0107P0059
DUGGAR, MELANIE CAISON
15495 NW COUNTY ROAD 12
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 18-1S-7W 1.94 AC COM
AT A PT 549 YDS N OF THE
SE COR OF THE SW1/4 OF.
SEC 18TH WTOAPT ON
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

58 R0292700 HX $218.33
018-1 S-7W-01904-001
1.15 AC OB0116P0431
DUGGAR, MELANIEC. AND
TOMMY DUGGAR
.15495 NW COUNTY ROAD 12
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 18-1S-7W 1.15 AC COM
AT A POINT 17 CHAINS N OF
SE COR OF SW1/4 OF SEC 18
RUN W TO POINT ON W LINE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

59 R0296900 HX $546.83
019-1 S-7W-01931-000
ALLISON, BERTHA W.
C/O MS. NINAALLISON
170 RIDGELAND WAY, NE
ATLANTA,, GA 30305
SEC. 19-1S-7W .42 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 19 TH N
03 DEG 15 MIN 18'SEC E
2832.22FT. TO C.L. OF CR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

60 R0297800 $721.11
019-1S-7W-01937-002
1.14 AC
JOHNSON, JAMES TERRY
P.O. BOX 194
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 19-1S-7W 1.14 AC
FROM INTERSECTION OF S
'.BOUNDARY OF SR 12 WITH
W BOUNDARY OF SR 12
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

61 R0304200 HX $412.92
019-1 S-7W-01938-002
1.58 AC OB0122P0628
DARDEN, MILDRED M.
RT. 1 BOX 243
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 19-1S-7W 1.58 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 19;'TH N
00 DEG 06 MIN 54 SEC W
2367.80'; TH N 89 DEG 55
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

62 R0309600 $93.78
030-1 S-7W-01971-001
2.09 AC OB0118P0156
SMITH, KELLI L.
P.O. BOX 183
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 30-1S-7W 2.09 AC COM
AT THE NE COR OF SW1/4 OF
NW1/4 SEC 30 RUN W 324
YDS S 148 YDS TO POB GO S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

63 R0312100 $58.96
031-1S-7W-(1984;-08 ,
1.50 AC 9B0147PO030


JOHNSON, HINTON R. &
LAQUITA PARRAMORE
5657 NW CR 274
ALTHA, FL 32421
SEC. 31-1S-7W 1.50 AC COM
AT CON MON AT SW COR SEC
31 TH N 00 DEG 26 MIN 21
SEC EALNG W'RLY BDRY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TA(ROLL)

64 R0322400 $80.26
002-2N-7W-00937-000
2.00 AC
HARGRETT, DELIA EST.
9278 ADELPHI ROAD
HYATTSVILLE, MD 20783
SEC 2 2N 7W 2 AC W1/2 OF
W1/2 OF SW1/4 LESS 38 AC
TO OTHERS

65 R0323100 $106.89
002-2N-7W-00937-007
3.75 AC
RIVERS, EDDIE
2817 DUFFTON LOOP
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303
SEC 2 2N 7W 3.75 AC COM
AT THE SW CORNER OF SEC 2
RUN N 00 DEG 38 MIN E
2205.2 FT TO POB TH N 00
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

66 R0328000 $370.82
012-2N-7W-00976-000
4.00 AC
SHIVER, ROCKY L. & CECELI
1000 WHITTLE LN.
,QUINCY, FL 32351
SEC. 12-2N-7W 4 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SW1/4 OF NW1/4
OF SEC 12 TH ETO OLD
ROAD TO POB TH S ALG SAID
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

67 R0328100 $297.18
012-2N-7W-00977-000
8.00 AC
GLASS, ELLEN A.
10040 N.. NATURAL WELLS DR
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32305
SEC. 12-2N-7W 8 AC ALL
THAT PART OF SE1/4 OF
NW1/4 W OF ASPALAGA ROAD
LESS 2 ACRES TO SHIVER
O.R. BK. 61, P. 204

68 R0331000 $1142.18
014-2N-7W-00997-000
37.40 AC
HARDY, BILLY
5205 MAYO ST.
HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021
SEC. 14-2N-7W 37.4 AC
NW1/4 OF SE1/4 LESS 1
ACRE TO CHURCH & 1.6
ACRES TO SRD. O.R. BK.
31, P. 791

69 R0334600 $182.61
021-2N-7W-01027-000
5.00 AC
MCGLOCKTON, ALEX
1316 HERNANDO DRIVE
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32304
SEC. 21-2N-7W 5 AC COM AT
SW COR OF SW1/4 OF NW1/4
OF SEC 21 TH N 1155' TO
POB TH E 1320' TH N 165'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

70 R0366000 $330.44
019-5S-7W-02108-001
1.01 AC OB0135P0460
VINES, JACKIE
2550 SHELLNUT DR.
ADAMSVILLE, AL 35005
SEC. 19-5S-7W 1.01 AC COM
AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
MARK- ING THE NW COR OF
SEC 19 TH S 00 DEG 04 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

71 R0369900 HX (0'9.77
019-5S-7W-0214'
.34 AC OP- K
PARTRIDr' & M
10495 ia
BRI' ,21
SEC. LOTS LOTS
9,10,11., K 37, TOWN OF
SUMATRA. O.R. BK. 82, P.
201 OR. BK. 105, PG. 154

72 R0370000 07.68
019-5S-7V, 'A
.22, j032
PH' ,ri & JEAN C
P.CL .
LYNI\ cN FL 32444 .


SEC 19-5S-7W LOT 5 & 12
BLK 37, TOWN OF SUMATRA
O.R. BK. 85, P. 032 O.R.
BK. 85, P. 085

73 R0371500 $102.44
019-5S-7W-02149-010
.50 AC OB0141P0272
KIRVIN, GEORGE W.
66 WADDELL RD
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
SEC19-5S-7W .50 AC COM @
LIGHTER WOOD HUB
MARKINGNW COR OF SEC 19
TH RUN S OODE16MIN 54SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

74 R0378800 $253.34
030-5S-7W-02181-017
1.00 AC OB0146P0591
TOPHAM, DUANE A. AND
AMANDA C. TOPHAM
37 SCHOOL HOUSE RD
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 30-5S-7W 1AC COM @ NE
COR OF SEC 30 N
OODEG52MIN 51 SEC TO PT
LYING ON SLYROW OF ST RD
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

75 R0395100 HX $134.75
012-1S-8W-02293-001
.41 AC
WEBB, LINDA
RT. 3 BOX 295
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 12-1S-8W LOT LOT 12
BLK D NEAL SUBDIVISION
O.R. BK. 19, P. 307 OR
99/564 (NAME REMOVED) ,

76 R0401500 $98.01
012-1 S-8W-02320-001
2.00 AC OB0136P0572
JACOBS, CHIP
RT. 3 BOX 301E
BRISTOL, FL 32321
,SEC 12 1S 8W 2 AC COM AT
SE COR OF SEC 12 TH W
5280' N 763.8' N 498.10'
E 2360' TO POB TH S 210'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

77 R0409500 $340.94
024-1 S-8W-02381-0OP v
6.71 AC OB012' ,X
SHULER, JEAV' 4
PO. BOX?'"
BRISTO'
SEC ,J rs LOTS
S4,25,26,2
^LC fHE W 6.73'OF
iL / ,z2, BLK B UNIT 1
(AL j'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

78 R0412400 $451.88
025-1 S-8W-02394-008
.75 AC OB0124P0531
JOHNSON, HINTON
-5657 NW CR 274
ALTHA, FL 32421
SEC. 25-1 S-8W .75 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 25 TH S
00 DEG 47 MIN E 3414'TH W
500'TO POB TH S 00 DEG 47
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

79 R0413000 $49.20
025-1 S-8W-02394-014
.50 AC OB0134P0001
O'BRIAN, TOMMY
RT 1, BOX 218B3
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 25-1S-8W .50 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 25 TH S
00 DEG 47 MIN E 3414'TH W
840'TH N 00 DEG 47 MIN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

80 R0413600 HX $291.16
025-1 S-8W-02394-023
1.53 AC OB0133P0420
POOLE, JASON S. AND
SHELLY R. POOLE
P.O. BOX 1194
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 25-1S-8W .53AC COM AT
NE COR OF SEC 25 TH S
OODEG 47MIN E 3414' TH W
840' TH S OODEG 47MIN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

81 R0419800 $69.96
001-2S-8W-02423-011
.43AC OB0097P0181
JOHNSON, HINTON
RT 1 BOX 320-H
ALTHA,, FL 32421
SEC 1-,2S-8W .44 AC. COM


AT NECOR SEC 1 TH S 89
DEG 42 MIN W ALONG N LINE
OF SEC 1505.55' TO THE W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

82 R0420500 $257.32
001-2S-8W-02423-022
3.00 AC OB0111P0147
SUBER, WAYNE
P.O. BOX 478
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-8W 3.0 AC COM
ATNE COR OF SEC 1 TH S 89
DEG 57MIN 2 1457.5'S 11
DEG 05 MIN W 2101.95'TH N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

83 R0420600 $238.00
001-2S-8W-02423-024
1.00 AC OB0104P0004
HARRIS, THOMAS F. & MARY
P.O. BOX 765
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-8W .50 AC NE
COR SEC 1 W 1084.80'
CONTINUE W 170' S 135' E
170'N 170'AKALOT 2
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

84 R0420700 $568.11
001-2S-8W-02424-000,
1.92 AC OB0120P0464
JOHNSON, HINTON
RT 1, BOX 320-H
ALTHA, FL 32421
SEC 1-2S-8W 1.92 COM AT
THE NECOR OF SEC 1 TH S
89 DEG 42 MIN W
1505.55'TO W SIDE OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

85 R0420900 $133.03
001-2S-8W-02424-002
.25 AC OB0121P0012
PARKER, GLENWOOD
RT 1, BOX 142-A-6-E
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-8W .256 ACCOM
AT NE COR OF SEC 1, TH S
89 DEG 42 MIN W ALONG N
LINE OF SEC 1 FOR 1505.55
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

86 R0421000 $118.29
001-2S-8W-02424-003
.28 AC OB0143P0190
GOFF, THOMAS
P.O. BOX 148
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 1-2S-8W .35 AC COM AT
NE' COR OF SEC 1 TH S
89DEG 42 MIN W ALONG THE
N LINE OF SEC 1505.55 FT
(ADD'LLEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

87 R0421300 HX $1329.65
001-2S-8W-02425-000
1.00 AC
SUBER, LAVERNE
P.O. BOX 192
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-8W LOT COM NE
COR SEC RUN S 89 DEG 57
MIN W 1457.5 FT.S 11 DEG
05 MIN W 2101.95 FT N 89
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

88 R0423300 $182.78
011-2S-8W-02442-001
1.35 AC
HATTON, TERRY H.
18600 N.E. LAKE JOYCE ROA
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC 11-2S-8W LOTS LOTS
3,4 ESTIFFANULGA LAKESIDE
EST. O.R. BK. 35, P. 574

89 R0425300 $142.40
011-2S-8W-02456-000
1.22 AC
THOMAS, MILTON A.
9301 MILLER DRIVE
MIAMI, FL 33186-2241
SEC. 11-2S-8W LOT LOT 30,
ESTIFFANULGA LAKESIDE
EST. O.R. BK. 13, P. 9

90 R0427800 $257.77
015-2S-8W-02468-015
2.00 AC OB0128P0675
KELLEY, MARY L. AND
CLIFFORD C..HAWKINS
6700 QUINTETTE RD
PACE, FL 32571
SEC. 15-2S-8W 2 AC -COM
AT SWCOR OF ESTIFFANULGA
LAKESIDE EST. RUN S 64
DEG 43 MIN W 321'TH N 25
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)






Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 18,2005


91 R0429200 $253.15
015-2S-8W-02468-029
1.96 AC OB0128P0675
KELLEY, MARY L. AND
CLIFFORD C. HAWKINS
6700 QUINTETTE ROAD
PACE, FL 32571
SEC 15-2S-8W 1.85 AC COM
AT SW COR OF ESTIFFANULGA
LAKESIDE ESTTH S 64 DEG
43 MIN W 321' N 25DEG 17
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

92 R0432700 $811.89
015-2S-8W-02468-071
5.03 AC OB0100P0156
CONYERS, LES &
CONNIE CONYERS
P.O. BOX 1274
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 15-2S-8W 5.027 AC COM
SW COR ESTIFFANULGA LAKE-
SIDE EST. TH S 64 DEG 43
MIN 00 SEC W ALONG N'RLY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

93 R0433100 HX $297.46
015-2S-8W-02468-075
.94AC OB0123P0018
CONYERS, LES.AND
CONNIE CONYERS
P.O. BOX 1274
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 15-2S-8W .94 AC COM
SW COR ESTIFF. L.SIDE
EST.PLAT BK 1, P.24
LIBERTY CO. TH S 64 DEG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

94 R0433200 $83.54
015-2S-8W-02468-076
.49AC OB0139P0189
DUNCAN, II LEYONDIS AND D-
4829 HIGHWAY 90 EAST
MARIANNA, FL 32446
SEC 15-2S-8W .49 AC COM
AT SW COR OF ESTIFFANULGA
LAKESIDE EST. PLAT BK 1,
PG. 24, TH S 64 DEG 43
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

95 R0437700 $594.78
015-2S-8W-02494-008
.23AC OB0130P0419
WHITFIELD, TAMMY C.
19945 WHITFIELD SEYMOUR R
BLOUNTSTOWN,, FL 32424
SEC 15-2S-8W LOT LOT 7
SBLK3 ESTIFFANULGA N :
SUBDIVISION UNIT ONE O.R.
BK 91, P 134 O.R. BK.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
96 R0437900 $70.24
015-2S-8W-02494-012
.46 AC OB0132P0173
WHITFIELD, TAMMY C.
19945 NE WHITFIELD-SEYMOR
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC 15 2S 8W LOTS LOTS-
5,6 BLK 3 ESTIFFANULGA
SUB- DIVISION UNIT 1 O.R.
BK. 30, P. 94 O.R. BK.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


97 R0438100 HX $243.63
015-2S-8W-02496-000
1.06 AC OB0143P0284
MORAN, BOBBY LEE &
JENNIFER ANN YOUNG
7291 NW FLINT RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 15-2S-8W LOT LOT 9
BLK 3 ESTIFFANULGA UNIT #
1. O.R. BK. 64, P. 536
O.R. BK. 101, P. 474 LOT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

98 R0440800 $243.58
016-2S-8W-02511-003-
1.09 AC OB0141P0136
MILLETTE, JEFFREY .
16709 NE CODY CREEK TRAIL
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 16-2S-8W 1.09 AC COM
AT A CONCRETE MARKER THE
SW COR OF NE1/4 OF SE1/4
OF SEC 16 TH N 18 DEG 53
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

99 R0441200 $59.49
016-2S-8W-02511-008
1.19AC
RANKIN, MAP- &
FRIEDA S" 12 J
P.O. Br
BL FL 32424
SL r 1.19ACCOM
ATi', .vCOR OF NE1/4 OF
SE1/4 JF SEC 16 TH N 00
DEG 17 MIN 20 SEC E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

100 R0441800 HX $2140.17
016-2S-8W-02511-015
1-.00 AC OB0114P0400
SUBER, WAYNE
P.O. BOX 478
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 16-2S-8W 1AC COM AT
4X4,CON,MON MARKING NW
COR OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4 TH
S OODEG 00 MIN OOSEC E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

101 R0444300 $49.83
028-2S-8W-02538-000
9.53 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
MOODY, AL 35004
SEC. 28-2S-8W 9.53 AC
COM. AT NE COR. OF NE1/4
OF SEC. 28 & RUN S 3 DEG
W 887.5 FT FOR POB.


(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


102 R0445600 $62.50
028-2S-8W-02547-000
1.00 AC
KENNER, CHARITY EST.
C/O DOCIE JONES
802 EAST 17TH STREET
LYNN HAVEN, FL 32444
SEC. 28-2S-8W 1 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4
SEC 28 THE N 5 CHSW5
CHS OR TO JUST W OF PUB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

103 R0451800 $38.50
002-3S-8W-02575-000
4.80 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
MOODY, AL 35004
SEC. 2-3S-8W 4.8 AC COM
ATA PT ON THE E BDY OF
SR #379 WHICH IS 589.7 FT
S AND 608 FT E OF NW COR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

104 R0452300 $69.66
002-3S-8W-02577-003
17.80 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR L.
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
MOODY, AL 35004
SEC 2-3S-8W 17.8 AC COM
AT NE COR OF NW1/4 OF SEC
2 TH S 03 DEG 55 MIN W
589'TH S 06 DEG 40 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLIL)

106 R0457400 $89.13
002-3S-8W-02629-000
.22 AC
HARRISON, WENDELL D.
RT 1, BOX 189-H
BRISTOL;'FL'32321
SEC. 2-3S-8W LOT LOT 2,
BLK K, ORANGE S/D O.R.
BK. 71, P. 351

107 R0460800 $81.86
002-3S-8W-02658-000
.21 AC
HAMPTON, PERRY A. JR. AND
SHAWN D.
302 MARY ANN DRIVE
CRAWFORDVILLE, FL 32327
SEC. 2-3S-8W LOT 9 BLK Q
ORANGE SUBDIVISION #2
O.R. BK. 61, P. 502


NOTICE TO ALL DELINQUENT

LIBERTY COUNTY PERSONAL

PROPERTY TAXPAYERS 2003


All personal property taxes are delinquent as of April 1, 2005 and the delin-
quent taxes are now drawing interest at the rate of 18% (percent) per annum
as per 197.413 Florida Statutes, and the tax collector will apply to the circuit
court for an order directing levy and seizure of property for unpaid taxes.
Carol K. Strickland
Liberty County Tax Collector


00012-000
P0002300 $3966.82
BANCPARTNERS
C/O CBIZ PROPERTY TAX SOL
PMB 401, 820 S. MACARTHUR
SUITE 105-401
COPPELL, TX 75019


00027-000
P0004800 $62.36
SCIENTIFIC GAMES ONLINE
ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS
C/O CBIZ PROPERTY TAX SOL
820 S MACARTHUR, SUITE 10
COPPELL, TX 75019

00055-000
P0008000 $4009.06
GULF COAST AGGREGATES, LL


ATTN: J. BRECK BRANNEN, E
215 SOUTH MONROE ST.
SECOND FLOOR
.TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301


00079-000
P0010400 $58672.94
PANHANDLE WOOD PRODUCTS,
C/O LIBERTY CHIPS
7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN
BRISTOL, FL 32321


00085-000
P0011400 $105.19
MARTIN, LUCKY
P.O. BOX 504
.HOSFORID, FL, 32334 ,', .


511, 518, 5-25


108 R0464600 $43.55
009-3S-8W-02686-001
5.04 AC OB0127P0050
PARRISH, TIFFANY C. & TYL
AND MELANIE PARRISH
20606 NE JIM DURHAM RD.LO
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC 9-3S-8W 5.04 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 9 TH S
89 DEG 01 MIN 55 SEC E
2649.85' TO POB TH S 00
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

109 R0469500 HX $65.26
020-3S-8W-02719-001
10.00 AC
HUG, MELANY L.
RT 1, BOX 201
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 20-3S-8W 10 AC ALL OF
THAT PORTION OF NW1/4 OF
NW1/4 OF SECTION 20 LYING
S & E OF SR #379 O.R. BK.
82, P. 650


NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE

FOR LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT

2004 REAL PROPERTY TAX

continued from page 15


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*The Southern Express in Blountstown,

East & West and Altha Petro


Hwy. 20, 69 and 71


* J. C.'s in


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* PitStop Ramsey Piggly Wig-

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* Connie's Kitchen Clarksville Gen-

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* Shelton's Store Scotts Ferry Gen-

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and Blountstown Harvey's


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*The Southern Express in Bristol &

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* Blackburn's Store in Hosford Tom

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110 R0475300 HX $138.15
020-4S-8W-02764-001
1.25 AC OB0095P0268
ALDERMAN, JOE & DEBBIE
37042 SW CR 379
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 20 4S 8W 1.25 AC TH N
328.258' OF NW1/4 OF
NW1/4 OF SE1/4 OF SEC 20
ALSO ALL OF THE N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

111 R0493400 $131.78
001-4S-9W-02907-000
.46AC OB0104P0068
KING, JOHN THOMAS, LARRY
NEWT FRANKLIN KING
4831 KINGS ROAD
BASCOM, FL 32423
SEC. 1-4S-9W LOTS LOTS
1,2, BLKA, FLORIDA
RIVERPARK ALSO: 1/84
UNDIVIDED INTEREST. O.R.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

112 R0497600 $919.97
001-4S-9W-02946-000
.29 AC OB0140P0475
BROWN, NEEL
P.O. BOX 152
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC. 1-4S-9W LOTS LOTS
2,3 BLK D FLORIDA RIVER
PARK ALSO 1/84 UNDIVIDED
INTEREST IN FLORIDA RIVER
'(ADD'L LEGAL SEE-TAXROLL)






MAY 18,2005 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17


USDA tree assistance


program ends May 31


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BID


The Liberty County Board of County Com-
missioners will receive sealed bids on a 6
month lease to purchase contractfrom any
person, company orcorporation interested
in providing the following goods/service:
(1) Massey Ferguson 492 4 wheel
drive with 18.4 x 34 back tires, 14.6 x
24 front tires with canopy and Bush
Hog 446 Loader with joystick value
with 72" bucket

(1) Off set Harrow with 22" to 26" Disc
101/R2 spacing, width of cut 91/2 to 10
it., number of disc 20 to 24 with dual
wheels 9,5 x 15 tires,
The bid specifications may be obtained at
the UbertyCounty Road and Bridge Office,
15159 NWSR20, RO. Box399, Bristol, FL
32321 (telephone (85:0) 643-4040).

Please indication theoutside of the enve-
lopethatthisisaSEALEDLEASED BID for
"tractor and Harrow. Bids should be sent
other Lberty CountyOlerkofCourt's office
at P.O. Box 399, Bristol, FL 32321.

Bids wil be received until 5:00 p.m. (ET)
on 06/9415,Thursday,andwil]be opened
at the following meeting of the Liberty
County Board of County Commissioners
which is held in 1- rL-rT,r County Court-.
house, Bristol, FL 32321, on 06/09/05,
Thursday, at 7:00 p.m. (ET).

The board reserves the right to reject any
and alLbids. -.s.18.~


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.: 04-197-CA

ORIGENFINANCIAL, INC., F/K/ADYNEX
FINANCIAL, INC.,

Plaintiff,

vs.

JEAN DAVIS IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES

PUBLIC AUCTION
Bristol 66 Towing and Recovery will
hold a Public Auction on June 11,2005
at 1:00 p.m. (ET). .
1988 white 2D Honda Accord
Vin# 1 HGCA6281JA037832
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 66Towing reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
The Calhoun Liberty Journal 5-18-05
If you need any more information on the
above vehicless, please call (850) 643-
5254, ask for Dale.


AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST JEAN DAVIS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JEAN.DAVIS IF ANY; ME-
LISSAWATSON IF LIVING,AND IFDEAD,
THE-UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST MELISSA WATSON;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MELISSA
WATSON IFANY; JOHN DOEANDJANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION,

Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICES HEREBYGIVEN pursuantto a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated May 5, 2005 entered in Civic Case
No. 04-197-CA of the Circuit Court of the
2ND Judicial Circuit in and for LIBERTY
County, BRISTOL, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at THE
FRONT DOOR at the LIBERTY County
Courthouse located at HIGHWAY 20 in
BRISTOL, Florida, at 11:00a.m. on the 8th
day of June, 2005 the following described
property assetforth in said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SEC-
TION 26, TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH,
RANGE 6 WEST, LIBERTY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL OF LAND
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
...SCRIBED',3Y METES AND BOUNDS
AS -FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT
A 4" BY 4" BLANK CONCRETE
MONUMENT (FOUND) KNOWN AS
MARKETING THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 26AND
RUN; THENCE EAST 3896.31 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 2173.35 FEETTOA
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT RIGHT
OF WAY CONCRETE MONUMENT
ON THE NORTHEASTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY BOUNDARY OF COUNTY
ROAD NO. S-67-A (100.00 FEET
RIGHT OF WAY); THENCE SOUTH
52 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 54 SEC-
ONDS WEST 50.00 FEETTO ACEN-
TERLINE STATION 90+25.01 FEET
OF SAID COUNTY ROAD AS PER
STATE ROAD RIGHT OF WAY MAP
SECTION NO. 56509.2601; DATED
NOVEMBER 12, 1964; THENCE

PUBLIC AUCTION
Bristol 66 Towing and Recovery will
hold a Public Auction on June 4, 2005
at 1:00 p.m. (ET).
1994 black BMW 2D 3 series
Vin# WBABF3328REF45532
Our Auction will be held at Bristol 66
Storage on Hoecake Road off I- ighra.
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 5-18-05
If you need any more information on the
above vehicless, please call (850) 643-
5254, ask for Dale.


NOTICE TO NAME ROADS

FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE

ENHANCED 911 SYSTEM

The Liberty Board of County Commissioners will
consider at their next regular meeting on Thursday,
June 9, 2005 at 7:00 P.M. in the Courtroom of the
Courthouse, the naming of the following roads:

1. Gothe Lane New dirt road on the west side
of CR 333 road, south of Ray Kever road. Located
in Township 3 South, Range 7, 8 West, Section 33
S & 28. -1, 0


CONTINUE SOUTH 52 DEGREES 23
MINUTES 54 SECONDS WEST50.00
FEET TO THE SOUTHWESTERLY
RIGHTOFWAYBOUNDARYOF SAID
COUNTY ROAD; THENCE ALONG
SAID SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT.
OF WAY BOUNDARYAS FOLLOWS:
THENCE NORTH 37 DEGREES
36 MINUTES 06 SECONDS WEST
(BEARING BASE) ALONG SAID
SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
BOUNDARY DISTANCE OF 865.74
FEET TO A 5/8 INCH REBAR WITH
CAP (RLS #3031) FOR A POINT OF
CURVE TO THE RIGHT; THENCE
ALONG SAID CURVE WITH A RA-
DIUS OF 2915.93 FEETTHROUGH A
CENTRAL ANGLE OF 18 DEGREES
48 MINUTES 50 SECONDS FOR AN
ARC DISTANCE OF 957.49 FEET
(THE CHORD OF SAID ARC BEING
NORTH 28 DEGREES 11 MINUTES
41 SECONDS WEST 953.19 FEET)
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE NORTH 18 DEGREES
47 MINUTES 16 SECONDS WEST
188.37 FEET; THENCE LEAVING
SAID SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY BOUNDARY RUN SOUTH
88 DEGREES 34 MINUTES 45 SEC-
ONDS WEST 600.37 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 06 DEGREES 50 MINUTES
19 SECONDS EAST 240.97 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 83 DEGREES
b9 MINUTES 41 SECONDS EAST
636.68 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A 2000 DOU-
BLEWIDE-MOBILE HOME VIN#'S
GAF-LYS54A85&286ET21 AND
GAFLY54B85286ET21.

Dated this 5th day of May, 2005.
Robert Hill, Liberty Co. Clerk of Court
Vanell Summers, Deputy Clerk 518.5-25


BLOUNTSTOWN May 31
marks the end of the sign-up pe-
riod for the Tree Assistance Pro-
gram (TAP) that began Feb. 7,
announced FSA Calhoun-Liber-
ty-Gulf-Franklin County Execu-
tive Director Charles H. Golden.
TAP provides financial relief to
owners of eligible trees, bushes,
vines and forestland damaged by
natural disasters.
TAP is the first of several pro-
grams to be launched in 2005
to help producers recover from
natural disasters that occurred in
2003 and 2004. Owners of eligi-
ble trees, bushes and vines from
which an annual crop is pro-
duced for commercial purposes
and eligible forestland owners
who produce crops of timber for
commercial purposes may re-
ceive assistance under TAP.
TAP FOR FOREST
TIMBER PRODUCERS
The 2005 Appropriations Act


* Guardian ad Litem
0, VOLUNTEERS
* ...are powerful voices
: in the lives of abused :
* and neglected chil-
* dren in our commu-
nity. Join us and
* speak up for a child!
: Call the Guardian :
* ad Litem Program
at (850) 482-9127 or
. (850) 638-60433


0 00*Oe000 000


authorized $15 million for as-
sistance to eligible producers
who meet all requirements and
produce periodic crops of for-
est timber for commercial use,
and who suffered timber losses
or damage during the period be-
ginning Dec. 1, 2003, and end-
ing Dec. 3.1, 2004. If all eligible
claims filed during the applica-
tion period are greater than the
available funds, benefits will be
prorated.
DISASTER ASSISTANCE
FOR PECAN TREES
The 2005 Appropriations Act
authorized $8.5 million in TAP
assistance for producers who
suffered crop damage to pecan
trees. The funds will reimburse
producers for pruning, rehabili-
tation and other related costs.
Pecan producers must be located
in a presidentially declared di-
saster county that suffered hur-
ricane or tropical storm-related
tree losses related to the 2004
hurricane season. If all eligible
claims filed during the applica-
tion period are greater than the
available funds, benefits will be
prorated.
For more information, or to
apply for TAP assistance, tree
owners should contact the FSA
staff at their county FSA office
or USD.A Service Center at 850-
674-8388 prior to the May 31st
TAP sign-up deadline. Addi-
tional TAP information is avail-
able on FSA's Web site at: http://


www.fsa.usda.gov.


> Date: Saturday, May 28 Time: 9:00 a.m. until
Cost: $7 admission (12 and under free)
Location: at the Altha Area Recreation Complex

Directions: North of Altha on Bodiford Rd., just off SR 71
Bring your lawn chairs. Lots of food, fun and entertainment for all ages!
(An Altha Community Family Event)

Events and Attractions:
l*Bog-in ($30 for 2 passes) *Kids (12 and under) foot race
*Food Court *50/50 Money Drawing *Trophies and Cash Prices

GUARANTEED PRIZE MONEY

38.5" Class 44" Class Open Class
1> I1st $300 1st $300 1st $300
2nd $200 2nd $200 2nd $200
3rd $100 3rd $100 3rd $100

BOG-IN
S4/6 cylinder Street Class (34" tires and down/tag and
insurance) *V8 Street Class (44" tires and down/tag and
^> insurance) *38.50 Class (tires and down)
S44" Class (tires and down) *Open Class


.....


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Page 18 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 18,2005

1 Enterprise Zone Workshop

; _t :set for June 16 in Calhoun


Not just a principal, he's our mentor


To the editor:
I am a student at Liberty
County High School and I am
writing to tell you about a situ-
ation at our school.
Our principal, Mr. Register,
will no longer be allowed back
next year. I can not tell you why
because we do not know. All that
I do know is that Mr. Summers
says he wants a change.
I started this letter to talk
about how Mr. Summers is
wrong and how ridiculous this
decision is but instead I am go-
ing to talk about the type of per-
son Mr. Register is and why I
want him to stay.
I have been at this school for


three years and Mr. Register is
one of the most outstanding peo-
ple that you will ever meet in this
school as far as going the extra
mile to help you when you need
it most. He has been a principal
for six years. This is a man that
spends hours-after school work-
ing hard to make sure we get the
best possible education we can.
He's not just the principal, but
also our mentor. :
When I first got here my
freshmen year, a lot of people
thought that I was not going to
make it, but Mr. Register never
gave up on me. The thing is, it's
not just me, it's everyone that
he will help. How many princi-


Why turn over the church keys to

someone with a criminal history?
To the editor:
This is a response to "Woman forging checks from Calhoun County
church." Why would someone be given keys to the church especially
when they had a history of bad checks?
Is this a true statement from the article "She found that the church
was approximately $12,000 in the red?" Not from the checks listed
below. .
There were eight checks x rinen in all, four were listed in the
article as printed only, two for $860 were cashed, one was found
at her house where she told the officer it was, one was found in the
trunk of her car by the officer. These total to eight checks, which is
-' -all that was said were printed.
I thought a church was suppose to help the needy. Forgive and
forget. It looks like they were ready to push her down further than
she was already. She was trying to make it with two children, paying
rent, groceries, etc. and on probation.
Carol and Johnny O'Bryan, Altha


pals do you know that will go to
all the home and away sporting
events that this school has?
-I think that if you are going to
make a change then you should
look at the bad as well as the
good that will happen. There are
certain people in this world that
do not have someone outside of
school to talk to, that is another
reason why he is such a good
person.
This letter is not to get you to
change your opinion, but to help
you understand that he is not just
a principal that gives out tardy
slips or gives a paddling for be-
ing crazy, but a man .that is our
friend and willing to help .us in
anyway he can.
So, in conclusion, when pow-
er takes over, it makes you unre-
alistic and soon you will see the
damage you will cause!
Kristin Lefeavers,
Bristol

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
We encourage our readers
to speak up about public is-
sues and invite you to tell us
what you think with a letter to
the editor. All letters must be
signed and include the writer's
address. We also require a
phone number, which we do
not publish but need to verify
the authorship of each sub-
mission.


___sU:U*EINI;UE~___


The Calhoun County Cham-
ber of Commerce announces that
an Enterprise Zone Workshop is
scheduled for the June member-
ship meeting.
Janice Watson of the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council (ARPC) will make the
presentation at the June 16 meet-
ing. The ARPC serves a nine-
county region, which includes
Calhoun County in the areas of
Land Use Planning and Review,
Emergency Management Plan-
ning, and Economic Develop-
ment. Ms. Watson works in the
Economic Development arm of
the Council, specifically staffing
the revolving loan program. She
will be presenting information
about recent legislation in refer-
ence to the Calhoun County En-
terprise Zone, as well as specific
information on tax incentives
and rebates that local businesses
in Calhoun County may be eli-
gible for because of this desig-
nation.
The meeting is scheduled for
Thursday, June 16 from noon
to 1 p.m. (CT) at the Calhoun
County Senior Citizen's Center
in Blountstown. Please RSVP to


Senior Citizens for a head count
on food by June 14 via telephone
674-4163.
For more information, please
contact the Chamber at 674-
4519, fax (674-4962), or e-mail
ccchamber@yahoo.com.


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JOHN"J.Y."WIMBERLY
SUMATRA- John "J.Y." Wimberly, 73, passed
away Tuesday, May 10, 2005 in Panama City. He
was born in the Alliance Community and had lived
in Sumatra since 1993. He was retired from the St.
Joe Paper Mill after 42 years of service. A veteran
of the Korean Conflict, he served in the U.S. Army.
He was a member of the Sumatra Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Marie Wimberly of
Sumatra and a mother-in-law, Thelma Walker; four
sons, Michael Wimberly and his wife, Karen, Andy
Wimberly of Michigan, Charles Wimberly and his
wife, Carey of Macon, GA and Wayne Wimberly
and his wife, Beulah of Wewahitchka; one daughter,
Anita Brown and her husband, Jack of Michigan;
two step-sons, Wayne Barfield and his wife, Melyim
of Sumatra and Toby Barfield and his wife, Lynn of
Crawfordville; one step-daughter, Cheryl Raffield
and her husband, Ronnie of Sumatra; one brother,
Junior Wimberly and his wife, Virginia of Pace;
three sisters, Evelyn Spivey and her husband, Her-
man of Montgomery, AL, Joyce LaRock and her
husband, Ed of Curwensville, PA and.]. nn Jackson
and her husband, Roy of Alliance; 27 grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
Services were held Friday, May 13, 2005 at Su-
matra Baptist Church with Rev. Sam Sullivan and
Rev. Beau Cooksey officiating. Interment followed
in Sumatra Cemetery in Sumatra.
Adams Funeral Home in Bristol was in charge
of the arrangements., ..


JOHN M. MONCRIEF
BRISTOL John M. Moncrief, 63, passed
away Sunday, May 15, 2005 in Panama City. A
lifelong resident of Liberty County, he was a self
employed carpenter and was an avid hunter and
fisherman. He was of the Baptist faith and a mem-
ber of the Lake Mystic Baptist Church. He served
our country in the Vietnam War as a sergeantin the
U.S. Army.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Milton
and Zada Moncrief.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Moncrief of
Bristol; two sons, Cliff Moncrief of Bristol and
Terry Moncrief of Spokane, WA; one daughter,
Melissa O'Neal and her husband, Lee of the Mt.
Pleasant community; one. sister, Marilyn McCoy
of Cairo, GA; two grandsons, John Douglas and
Eric Lee O'Neal
Services are scheduled to be held at 11 a.m. (ET)
on Wednesday, May 18, 2005 from Lake Mystic
Baptist Church in Bristol with the Rev. Clyde Rob-
erts officiating. Interment will follow at the Lake
Mystic Cemetery.
Adams Funeral Home in Bristol is in charge of
the arrangements.

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Eastern Time on Saturday. Non-business ads


Wheelchair, electric, good shape,
asking $400. Call 674-2725.
5-18,5-25
Baby cradle from Fussy Britches,
never used, paid $75, asking $50.
Call 643-5436. 5-18, 5-25
Jump'n swing, OshKosh name
brand, $20. Call 643-5436.
5-18,5-25
King-size waterbed, mattress,
heater, side rails, bookcase head-
board, drawers in base, $100. Call
643-2626. 5-18,5-25
Dump trailer, twin cylinders, 6x10,
hardly used, 7,000 poundcapacity.
Any reasonable offeraccepted. Call
643-4267. 5-18, 5-25
Miscellaneous furniture in good
shape, located at Lot 14, Trailer City
in Blountstown. 5-18,5-25
Emergency phone dialer with
remote transmitter, like new, $100.
Call 674-8385. 5-18, 5-25
Large Mac toolbox complete with
hand tools (Snap-On, Mac and
Craftsman), asking $5,000. Call
674-5669 (home) or 643-8210
(cell). 5-18, 5-25
TV, 15" Sylvania, $20. Call 643-
5991. 5-18,5-25
Computer, internet ready, good
condition $250. Call 674-8437.
5-18,5-25
TV, 20" good condition $39. Call
674-8437. 5-18,5-25
Comic books, $175 per 1000. Call
674-5237. .5-18, 5-25
Couch, brown plaid for $20. Com-
puter desk for $10. Double bed
frame, solid oak, for $30. Lots of
little boy clothes, some still with tags.
Wedding gown, full length with train.
Paid $300, will sell for $30. Many
other items to sell. Call 643-2181
for details. 5-18, 5-25

Lorain 40 dragline, 3/4 yard, for
$5,500. Hendrix half-yard bucket
with chain and sidebar for $500.
Call 762-8243. 5-18,5-25

Scag Turf Tiger, 61-inch; 36-inch
Scag Hydrostat walk-behind with
ground slide; Little Wonder parking
lot blower; convertible Weed Eater,
edger and tree saw; 6x12' tandem
axel trailer to haul it all. Asking
$12,000. Call 762-2379. 5-18,5-25

Craftsman Weed Wacker, used
twice, asking $50; Crosley record
player, used once, plays 45s, 33s,
78s, for $75. Reader's Digest from
1983 to 2002 (missing 10 issues).
You bring boxes to pack 'em up.
$23; Sportscards Magazine, Tuff
Stuff, Frich and Beckett, 1997,
1998 and 1999, for250 each. Call
674-5100. 5-18, 5-25
Front end tiller, 5 hp. for $150;
utility trailer, 43 inches wide by 7
feet long, tilts, has. winch, asking
$40; Brand new electric motorcycle.
Paid $1,500, will sell for $950 or
will trade for boat and trailer. Cal
762-8883, 5-18, 5-25
Two gun cabinets, both have glass


Brother Word Processor with
monitor, excellent condition, $150.
Call 674-8320. 5-11,5-18
Small animal cage for $5. Call
674-8320. 5-11,5-18
Car seat for $25. Call 674-8320.
5-11, 5-18

JVC digital camera with carrying
case and computer software, $65.
Call 643-2734. 5-11,5-18
Three disc DVD player for $20.
Call 762-2118. 5-11, 5-18

X-Box with DVD movie playback kit
and remote, 4 Microsoft controllers,
link cable, Halo 1 & 2 games, $250.
Call 643-5818. 5-11,5-18

Granada slushy machine, holds
three frozen favors, used for ap-
proximately one year, in good
shape, asking $1,000 or best offer.
Call 762-4392 or 718-7475.
5-11,5-18

Huge collection of Rescue He-
roes, several vehicles, the floating
dock, robot and three story emer-
gency center, action figurines and
videos, asking $75. Call 762-4392
or 718-7475. 5-11,5-18

Computerdesk, in good condition,
$30. Call 674-3641. 5-1,518
Gas range stove and double oven,
$100. Call 643-3220. 5-11,5-18

Taillight covers, brand new, clear,
goes on 99-03 Mustang, $100. Call
643-3476 or 251-8944. 5-11,5-18

Two pedestal shop fans, one is
2 speed, $100 and one is single
speed, $75. Call 674-8010. 5-11,5-18

-Massey Ferguson 35,-4 cylinder.
gas farm tractor, motor, rebuilt,
$3,500 or best offer. Call 674--
8010. 5-11,5-18-

Washer and dryer, used but
run great, $100 for set. Call 643-
1164. 5-11,5-18
Solid Oak baby bed and changing
table, excellent condition, asking
$300. Call 643-5516 and leave a
. message. 5-11,5-18
King size water bed, bookcase
in headboard, soft rails, heater
drawers in the pedestal, $100: Call
643-2626. 5-11,5-18
Used carpet, about 600 sq. ft. of 60
count. Call 209-2242. 5-11,5-18
Four all terrain tires, 31x1050, less
- than 70 miles paid- $700, asking
$300. Call 209-2242:. 5-11,5-18

Antiquedishes, Knowles China
(semi virteous), floral pattern, dark
pink and gold trim. Call 643-5957
after 6 p.m.(ET). 5-11,5-18
Coffee and end table with glass
I inserts, $10 each. Call 674-4475.
S5-11,5-18



' 2003 Chevrolet Z-71, extended
cab, custom rims, new tires, fender
r flares, tool box, 39,000 miles. Sac-
| rifice for $22;500. Call 272-6168 or
, 762-8234. 5-18, 5-25
s 1992 F-150 truck, 4x4, automatic,


doors.with deer. scene.. both hold.. new.rmolor arnd transmissjop, rqns.
si-'un, ki eaeh-Gall' dd' ooks god Aski'g $2,500.6..
643-3812. .. .. -115 1 Besl offer.' C&ll -79'-8di3. ". .'l'


1978 Ford F-100, needs little work,
$800. Call 643-1236. 5-18,5-25
1982 Camaro body, make offer, call
643-1236. 5-18,5-25
1996 Ford Windstar van, dual air,
very clean, asking $3,500. Call 674-
8385. 5-18,5-25
1995 Ford Con* good .body,
good tires,- -O.,eeds repaired,
$700. Call a. .-8442. 5-18,5-25

1990 Pontiac Bonneville, V-6, four
door, new tires, runs good, white in
bolor. As is lor 51,000 or best offer.
Call 674-4484.. 5-18; 5-25
2003 F-150 supercab FX4 Lariat
package, 4x4, AM/FM CD player,
and satellite radio, leather inte-
rior, toolbcx, 62.000 miles. Asking
$21,000. Call 545-7843. 5-18,5-25
Lingensfilter Intake, off of 1999
Camaro LS 1 engine, paid $475 will
sacrifice for $350. Call 674"-9675.
5-18,5-25
1997 Mercury Grand Marquis LS,
4 Door, extra clean-like new. Call
643-5328 for details. 5-18,5-25

1978 Box Chevy Impala, looks fast
and drives fast. Call 674-8570 and
leave a message.; 5-11,5-18
1994 Geo tracker, two door, 4x4,
autrnatic, cold .-ir, runs great,
clean, $3,500. Call 832-9473.
5-11,5-18
2002 Dodge Ram 1500, four door,
automatic, all electric, keyless en--
try, runs good, $11,900. Call 832-
9473. 5-11,5-1.8
1984 Chevy, 1 ton, 4x4, Dana 60,
front and rear, $2,500. Call 643-
2196. 5-11,5-18
1994Town and Country Chrysler
van, goccri c,:ndilion, froni and rear
-air, white, leather, loaded. Call 674-
7138 or 899-0269. 5-11,5-18
'2000 Chevy Silverado LS extend-
ed cab, tonneau cover, new tires,
aluminum rims, tinted windows, and
lots of other extras, great condition,
asking $9,800. Call 762-4392 or
-718-7475. 5-11, 5-18

1991 Grand Marquis, recent tires,
coldAC, dependable transportation,
$1,750 or trade for a truck or van.
-Call 379-8117. 5-11,5-18


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1998 Ford Expedition, V8, 4x4,
Eddie Bauer Edition, garnet and
gold, all leather interior, 6 disc CD
changer, $13,500. Call 643-3476
or 251-8944. 5-11,5-18

1986 Ford Ranger, 4x4 runs good
needs tires, could use paint job,
$800. Call 674-8010. 5-11,5-18

1989 Toyota Tercel, runs, needs
water pump, 36 miles per gallon,
$1000 or best offer. Call 674-
2966. 5-11,5-18

1995 Mustang,, V6, 5 speed with
17"wheels, AM/FM, CD player, gray
interior, gopd condition, depend-.
able, daily driver, asking $3,000 or
best offer. Call 674-2255 or 643-
6942 and leave a message.


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KX 100 two stroke dirt bike, 1996
model, $1,200. Call 643-3881.'
5-18,5-25

2003 RX 125 Dirtbike, excellent
condition, garage kept, $1,200 or
best offer. Call 272-0858. 5-11,5-18
1979 Kawasaki KZ 1000, mint
condition, $2,000 or best otter. Call
674-2966. 5-. ,:



1970 Shasta pull-behind camper,
interior redone, \good condition,
$500., Call 674-3234, leave mes-
sage. -i 58, 5-25
1997 Damonr Challenger, fifth
wheel, 33 ft. with two,% slides,
$12,500. Call 643-3881. 5-18,5-25

VACATION RENTALS
Available June 25 July2
Daytona Beach 2BR/2BA
Condo, sleeps 6, private beach
entrance, pool, hot tub, etc.,
near all Orlando and Kennedy
Space Center attractions.
For more information,
call (850) 482-4835
after 5:30 p.m.


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Improvements
"No Job Too Big or Small"
Licensed & Insured, contractor & roofer
Concrete work, i.rdicape
pressure cleani"q
renovations, searnri I. -
gutter, painting, .vir,i v
& screen enclo.ur. *
FOR FREE ESTIMATES '
Call 674-8092 UFN


Stump grinding

Reasonable rates
Free estimates
Call
Chris Nissley
674-8081 or
643-8561 (Cell)


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* House Framing & Garages
*Wood & Vinyl Siding
*Tin Roofing
* Bathroom Remodeling
* Concrete Work
Call 674-3458 9


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In Bristol
*3BR Mobile home 3BR/1
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In Blountstown r
Si1-room efficiency, utili-
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apartment.
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1997 Polaris jet-ski with trailer,
3-seat, used less than 30 hours.
Asking $2,500. Call 580-3335.
5-18, 5-25
1998 Bombardier (Seadoo), 18
ft. long, two 85 hp inboard motors,
seats seven, less than 30 hours,
never in salt water, like new. Asking
$8,000 firm. Call 379-8512.
5-18, 5-25
1991 Bass Tracker, 17 ft., comes
with a 40 hp Yamaha boat motor,
$3,500. Call 545-7843. 5-18,5-25

12 ft. aluminum boat with alumi-
num trailer, $4,500 or trade for a
riding lawn mower. Call 379-8117.
5-11,5-18
2003 Scandy White, 14 ft. with 40
hp Mercury, trolling motor and fish
finder. Call 643-5828. 5-11,5-18


Rodney Miller's
Lawn Service


Reasonable rates!
Bonded & Insured
Free estimates.

Cell 643-6589
Home 643-4267



5 PC BEDROOM SET New
in boxes. Headboard, frame,
dresser, mirror, nightstand.
$475. 850-425-8374

Mattress Set, NEW King
Pillow Top Mattress and Base
in sealed plastic, factory
warranty, $275. 850-545-7112

BED $275, Solid wood
cherry sleigh bed. New, still
boxed. 850-222-2113

QUEEN PILLOW TOP
mattress set. New in, plastic
with warranty, Sacrifice $175.
850-222-9879

Brand new Micro Fiber Sofa.
Hardwood frame, lifetime
warranty Must sell, $275.
850-425-8374


New Bedroom: 7
bed set, $775.
unopened boxes,
850-222-2113


piece sleigh
In storage.
can deliver.


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


Baby rabbits, $5 each. Call 643-
4896. 5-18,5-25

Basset hound, full blooded, 3 years
old, female, gentle and loving, free
to a good home with fenced yard.
Call 674-4761. 5-18, 5-25

Puppies, free to good home, father
yellow lab. Call 762-8566.
5-18,5-25

Puppies,-three white puppies with
black color around one eye, 7 to 8
weeks old, free to good home. Call
674-5150. 5-18,5-25

Cocker spaniel puppies, full
blooded, born April 28, ready to go
June 11, will have shots when ready.
Parents on premises. Males, $200;
females, $250, nowtaking deposits.
Call 762-4390. 5-18,5-25

American bulldog puppies,
CKC registered, tails docked and
dew clawed, $250 each. Call 762-
8727. 5-18,5-25

Old style white English bulldog
puppies, approximately 10 weeks
old, three females and one male,
have had'first shots. $75 each. Call
674-3234, leave message.
5-18,5-25


Jack Russell and Rat Terrier
puppy, ,female, nine weeks old,
three quarter Jack Russell and one
quarter Rat Terrier. $75. Call 762-
3188. 5-18,5-25


CHIPOLA

RIVER HOME
2+ acres with 238 ft. on beauti-
ful spring-fed Chipola River
with 3BR/21/2BA, rare oppor-
tunity on this coveted river.
Clark Investment Property
Call Tony Layne
Sat (850) 556-8669


Puppies, 5 females, one male,
mother is Collie mix, father un-
known, free to good homes. Call
643-5607 after 5:30 p.m. 5-18,5-25
Part Border Collie, good with kids,
free to a good home. Call 643-
3361. 5-11,5-18
Kittens, four males and one female,
litter box trained, free to a good
home. Call 762-9245. 5-11,5-18
Jack Russell Terrier puppies, one
male and two females, 7 weeks old,
motherand fatheron premises, $75
each. Call 634-3288. 5-11, 5-18
Gelding Jack for $150. Call 674-
6275. 5-11, 5-18
AKC mini Dachshund puppies,
$250 $300. Call 379-8725.
5-11, 5-18



Wanted: Female poodle for breed-
ing purposes. Call 643-5436.
S5-18,5-25
Wanted: Guns! Buying old or mod-
ern, hunting miscellaneous, military
items, old BB guns and double bar-
rel BB guns. Call 674-4860.
5-18 T. 8-3
Wanted: Church pews, call 674-
6142. 5-18,5-25
Wanted: 11 or 12 foot aluminum
Jon boat and trailer. Call 762-


8883.
Wanted:
6142.


14 ft. boat. Ca


5-18, 5-25
ill 674-
5-11,5-18


R&R
Handyman Services
Repair and Remodel
Licensed and Insured
Speciality Contractor
*General home repair
*Painting/wall texture
*Bathroom remodel
*Electrical *Carpentry
*Light concrete
899-3763 or 674-5678



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Summerwind Subdivision

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

DIRECTIONS: Take Hwy. 20 to Hwy. 65 at Hosford turn South onto Hwy. 65 and go 3
miles toward Telogia, take a left on to Hwy. 67 at the Country Store and go East for 1.5
miles Summerwind will be on the right hand side.


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Ron Montgomery at (850) 545-4493 or toll-free at 1-800-317-3721.


Montgomery Realty Inc.


Wanted: 4BR home in Geor
a little land. Call 674-6142.


Wanted: Cement mixer and
Call 674-6142.

Wanted: full-blooded Grea
puppy or adult any color or
Call 762-4392 or 718-7475


Wanted: a lot or acre of lan
a mobile home in the Bloui
or Altha area. Call 762-3
718-4392.

Wanted: Noritake China, Sil
pattern #5594, need odd pii
any pattern. Call 674-4857


Wanted: Junk cars and truck
condition, no charge for re
Call 762-8459.



Lost: Quaker parrot on
near Big Bend Sporting
answers to Sam, has a red a
foot, small reward offered i
Call 674-8320.

Found: Dog on Hwy. 12N in
To identify call 643-4119.

Lost: Pit bull puppy, wh
brown with red collar, ans
Gator, last seen on Hwy. -1
found and any information
Chivas Williams. Call 643-
570-7001 (cell).-


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1990 singlewide mobile home,
two bedroom, one bath. Asking
$8,000, must be moved. Call 545-
7843. 5-18, 5-25


gender. 28x64 mobile home, three bed-
5. room, two bath, garden tub, new
5-11, 5-18 carpet. Located on two lots, asking
$58,000. Call 674-4404. 5-18,5-25
d to put
ntstown 25 acres of south GeorgiaTimber-
3407 or land, road frontage on two sides.
5-11,5-18 Call 643-3509 after 5 p.m. or leave
a message. 5-11, 5-18
verdale
eces, or 14x70' mobile home, 3BR/1BA,
$1,000. Call 762-3463. 5-11,5-18
5-11,5-18
1989 Horton mobile home, 24x48',
cks, any 3BR/2BA, new AC and duct work
removal. system, meterpole, excellent condi--
4-27, 6-29 tion, some furniture included. Call
209-8333. 5-11,5-18

2003 mobile home, 16x80'Cham-
pion Advantage, like new. Call 209-
4-30-05 2242. 5-11,5-18
Goods,
nkleton 1999 Phoenix mobile home,
f found. 16x80 on 1.5 acres, 3BR/2BA,
5-11,5-18 nice lot, new AC and heating unit,
city water, sun deck, shed in back
Bristol. price reduced for sale to $56,000.
5-11,5-18 Call 643-3443. 5-4T.5-18

ite and 10+ acres, planted pines, two
wers to homes, deep well, two septictanks,
2 NW. If located nearAltha, serious inquires
contact only. Call 762-8336. 5-11,5-18


3627 or
5-11, 5-18


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Yard Sale, Saturday, May 21 at
parking lot of Farm Bureau on Hwy.
71 at8 a.m.; lots of home interiorand
home decor items, large Rescue
Hero collection, clothes for boys,
girls, men and women; a variety
of sizes and lots more. Call 762-
4392. 5-18
Garage Sale, Saturday, May 21
at 11559 NW Summers Rd. from
8 a.m. to noon, miscellaneous
household items, some furniture.
Call 643-2498. 5-18


SURPLUS TRUCKS, VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT FROM:
5 area counties in N. FL & S. GA, 4 Util. co's, 5 Sheriff Depts. and 4 cities
SATURDAY, MAY 21 at 10 a.m.
Tallahassee: North Florida Fairgrounds

ITEMS INCLUDE:
Late model Deere 410E backhoe Late model
Bomag compactor Tub grinder Deere 850 doz-
er -Crane Forklifts (4)2001 Chevy Utility trucks
(Talquin Elec) (4)2001 Sprint vans
2000 & 1999 utility trucks
Cat 416 backhoe *Buckets and diggers
Numerous 1994-1998 duallys, pickups, ambu-
lances **Mack Rolloff truck ** (23)Crown Vics
1993-2001 (3)Caprices and numerous other cars
including 1999 Cadillac Other misc.
PREVIEW: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, May 20 and 2 hrs. prior to auction
TERMS: All units sell "AS IS," 5% BP, Cash or cashier check, other
checks with current bank letter of guarantee only, $100 deposit on
vehicles at time of sale, paid in full by 3 p.m. on sale day.
For information: 1-800-519-6402 or 1-904-772-0110

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St. Augustinegrass for Florida lawns


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3614 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL.
(across from F.H.P.) (3 miles west of town)

482-8682,


1-877-423-7892


St. Augustinegrass is widely
used in Florida and is becom-
ing one of the most popular
grasses in our area. It tends to
be a coarse textured grass that
produces a dark green dense turf
and is adapted to most soil types.,
In general, it is salt tolerant and
certain selections have good
shade tolerance.
Home gardeners that are in-
terested in St. Augustinegrass
should choose a cultivar, or
named selection, that will best
fit their growing conditions and
needs. St. Augustinegrass can be
divided into two types based on
natural growth habit: normal and
semi-dwarf. Normal types have
a tall growth habit and should
be mowed at a height of three
to four inches. The semi-dwarf
types have a lower growth habit
and should be mowed generally
between 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches.
There are several cultivars of


by Theresa Friday,
Extension Horticultural
Agent, Santa Rosa County)

St. Augustinegrass. The differ-
ent cultivars vary in their color,
texture, tolerance to environ-
mental stresses and susceptibil-
ity to pests.
One of the first names in St.
Augustinegrass was Bitterblue
and was selected in the 1930's.
What is typically sold as Bit-
terblue is fine textured and has
a dark blue-green color. It has
good cold tolerance and very
good shade tolerance. How-
ever, because its tolerance to the
herbicide atrazine is lower than
other cultivars, weed control is
more difficult.
Perhaps the most recognized
type of St. Augustinegrass is
Floratam. Floratam was sre-
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Chipola student accepted into BMW Training Program


AR RE TREPO


Man arrested after items stolen
from Blountstown apt. returned
A 25-year-old man was arrested on burglary charges after several
items were taken during a break-in at a Lockwood Avenue residence
in Blountstown last month.
According to a report from the Blountstown Police Department
(BPD), a woman who had gone to work around 1:30 p.m. on April
19 and when she returned to her apartment at 11:22 p.m. she found
that a cinderblock had been thrown through a window in her child's
bedroom.
After checking the residence, she discovered that a Playstation,
several games and a DVD player had been stolen.
Officers examining the scene discovered that after gaining entry
through a broken bedroom window, the thief went through the house
taking several things before exiting through the rear door on the
northeast side..of the apartment.
The next day, the woman reported that a jewelry box was also
missing. She said it had contained a gold ring with emeralds, valued
at $50, and a matching necklace and earring set worth $100. She told
officers she believed the items were taken by Mario Faulk.
Officers learned a few days later that Faulk had attempted to sell
the stolen Playstation in the Boyd Street area. Major Rodney Smith
caught up with Faulk on the sidewalk and told him they needed to
see him at the police station.
When Smith asked Faulk why he o'uld Steal from children, Faulk
replied, "I don't know why I did it but I will get the stuff back," ac-
cording to a BPD report.
An informant later contacted Smith and handed over the stolen
items, which were returned to the owner.
Faulk was arrested on May 15 and charged with burglary and
grand theft.

Woman charged with child abuse
Friday the 13th was a rough day for a Calhoun County youngster
whose mother was arrested on child abuse charges.
Samnantha Leach. 31. was arrested after a witness confirmed that'
she had approached her son at a Blounstorv. n flena market, grabbed
him by the shoulder and slapped him.
She then told the boy, who was riding his bicycle with a friend, to
go to his grandmother's house. On the way, the two children stopped at
the friend's house and found that Leach was there waiting for them.
The woman then instructed the boy to go to a neighbor's house,
and once there, she sent him to another residence to pick up some
movies.
While he was at that residence, his mother show ed up and started
arguing.
A relative got between the boy and his mother to prevent the alter-
cation from accelerating, according to the sheriff's office report.
The boy then ran away from the residence and got on his bike to
ride to his friend's house and the sheriff's office w\as contacted.
Leach was charged with child abuse and violation of probation/
community control.


CONGRATULATIONS
Class of 2005


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MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege .Automotive Technology
student Brandon McDaniel was
recently accepted into the presti-
gious BMW training program.
Chipola automotive instructor
John Gardner, said, "As a direct
result of his NATEF training re-
ceived in Chipola's automotive
program, along with finishing
top in his class, BMW offered
Brandon a contract." McDaniel
will receive tuition of $10,208,
moving expenses and a guaran-
teed job at a USA BMW deal-
ership upon completion of the


rigorous 16-week training pro-
gram. He will begin training in
Orlando in September.
Only 10 students are accepted
into the BMW program every 16
weeks.
Gardner said, "Brandon's
achievement, dedication and
hard work afforded him the op-
portunity to attend the BMW
program. He speaks volumes for'
the Chipola learning experience."
McDaniel shadow% ed the Chipola
program while a student Jackson
Academy of Applied Technolo-
gy, and enrolled at Chipola at the


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age of 16. He already has passed
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tification.
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rectional officer. Must be certified or presently attending
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shifts; weekends and holidays. Please contact Lieuten-
ant William Coburn at the Calhoun County Jail at (850)
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Good pay and benefits.

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Apply in person at:
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Bulk Order Fillers
for 1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts
Must be able to
continuously lift.
up to 75 Ibs.
Apply in person at:
Blountstown One-Stop
Career Center
Thursday May 19 at 9 a.m.
For more information, call
Patti at (888) 946-9675

One Stop Career Center
16908 NE Pear St. Suie 2,
Blounislown Phone (850) 674-5088
The following positions are
available: Service Technician,
Sod Laborer, Floor Technician,
Teller, Accountant Assistant,
Heavy Equipment Mechanic,
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Yard/Warehouse Manager,
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opening for a
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communication skills. Resumes may be faxed
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----JOB OPENING
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting
applications for the following positions for the 2005-2006
school year. Applications are available at the Office of the
Superintendent located at 12926 NW CR 12, Bristol, FL.
Regular office hours are from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday
through'Friday.

GENERAL SUPPORT/PROGRAM COORDINATOR,
LIBERTY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
* Master's degree from an accredited institution or currently
enrolled in..an educational program leading to a master's
degree. .
* Certification in Educational Leadership, Schbol Principal,
or Administration and-Supervision, or, currently working
toward certification.
* Minimum of three (3) years successful teaching
* Must provide written references; upon request from; the
superintendent.

COMPENATION: Salary Range $42,000-$44,400

A complete application and resume with three (3)
professional references is required. Please submit
applications to the Office of the Superintendent of Schools
located in.the Liberty Education and Administration
Center at 12926 NW CR 12 Bristol, FL. Reasonable
accommodations for completing forms and interviews
are available for people with disabilities when
requested in advance. For a request for reasonable
accommodations, please contact the Office of the'"
Superintendent.

Applications will be received from:
May 13, 2005- May 26, 2005

Employment, will be contingent upon fingerprints being
clearedby FDLE ...*. .

Employment opportunities are offered without, regard'to race, religion-,-
sex, age, National origin, handicap or marital status.
, AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER/DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE ,


JOB OPENINGS
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applications for the following positions for
the 2005-2006 school year. Applications are available at the Office. of the Superintendent
located at 12926 NW CR 12, Bristol, FL: Regular office hours are from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.

PRINCIPAL, LIBERTY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL. TOLAR SCHOOL
DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION, LEAC CENTER*

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: "
* Master's Degree from an accredited institution or currently enrolled in an educational
program leading to a master's degree.
* Certification in Educational Leadership, School Principal, or Administration and Supervision,
or, for Interim Principalship, currently working toward certification.
* Minimum of three (3) years successful teaching and/or administrative experience.
* Minimum of five (5) years successful experience as a teacher and/or principal or other
school related administrative or supervisory duties.

COMPENSATION: Salary Range -"$54,042-$58,428

A complete application and resume withthree-(3) professional references is required.
Please submit applications to the Office of the Superintendent of Schools located in the
Liberty Education and Administration Center at 12926 NW CR 12 Bristol, FL. Reasonable
accommodations for completing forms and interviews are available for people with
disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations,
please contact the Office of the Superintendent.

Applications will be received from:
May 1.1, 2005- May 24, 2005

A complete Application Package should include the following:
A. Completed Liberty County School District Application
B. A Resume of training and experience
C. Documentation of degrees
D. A copy of current certificate
E. Two written professional references from colleagues or supervisor with whom you have
worked within the last five (5) years as to character and ability
F Copy of evaluation in most recent position
G. A Rating sheet complete by current/recent (3-5 years) principal or direct supervisor

Employment will be contingent upon fingerprints being cleared by FDLE

Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, age,
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at 16 because he wanted work in
his father's logging business. At
that time, the 6' 2" teenager was
robust, healthy and welcomed
a chance to make some money
working in the woods.
Now, he's realizing it's time to
finally get his GED. He's consid-
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as well. Most importantly, he
knows it's time to start looking
ahead.
A CHANCE IN GHINA
About the only time Bryan gets
out of the house is to go watch area
bog-ins on Saturday afternoons
or hang out with his dad when
he works on trucks at his shop in
Blountstown.
But that's about to change. In
January, Bryan and his parents are
going to China.
The family recently learned
about an experimental surgery
that's showing promise. They
don't expect it will be make him
walk again but the surgery has had
some remarkable results in others,
according to Bryan's mother.
The procedure, known as Ol-
factory Ensheathing Cell .(OEC)
Transplantation, is being done Dr.
Hongyun Huang, a chief neuro-
surgeon at Chaoyang Hospital in
Beijing, China.
-The surgery takes tissue from
the patient's.nasal cavity and
injects those cells into the area
around the injured spinal column.
These cells contain "considerable
regeneration potential," according
to a report about the procedure,
which explains that theoretically,
the cells promote regeneration
by producing insulating sheaths
around damaged areas while
secreting growth factors. It is
thought that OECs may make
the spinal cord more plastic or
adaptable.
"Although the procedure has
restored significant quality-of-
life-enhancing function in most
patients, Dr. Huang emphasizes
that OEC-transplantation is not a
cure and patients must keep real-
istic expectations," according to
an article in Paraplegia News by
Laurance Johnston, PH.D.
"In China, thousands with spi-
nal cord injuries have been treated
with a variety of function-restor-
ing surgeries, none of which are
currently performed in the U.S.,"
Johnston noted in his article.
According to the Beijing hos-
pital's Web site, the results of the
work done at the Neurological
Disorder Research & Treatment
Center "have profoundly changed
the idea that ALS and completely
chronic spinal cord injuries have
no treatment options."
Patricia Whitfield has talked
with the mother of a 13-year-old
Columbus, Georgia boy who ex-
perienced some success after the
surgery. "He was paralyzed and
couldn't breathe on his own," she
said. Since the surgery, "He's off
the ventilator and is moving."
Bryan describes his situation by
explaining, "My spinal cord is like
a fiber optic cable and the signals


can't get through." He says using
what are essentially "blank cells"
from his nasal area may re-estab-
lish that lost signal, but no one
knows how much mobility if
any he'll get back. "There's a
50-50 chance it will work...there's
a chance there will be nothing at
all," says Bryan, who's quick to
add, "That's a chance I'm willing
to take."
He's less concerned with the
aspects of the surgery than he


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is with traveling to a foreign
country.
He knows the flight will be over
20 hours long. The only time he's
flown was the day of his accident
when LifeFlight transported him
to the hospital. His mother has
never flown.
The procedure requires them to
remain in China from four to six
weeks; Bryan will be hospitalized
about half that time.
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is that he'll probably lose a lot of
weight. Americanized Chinese
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"We're just hoping there's a
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