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Title: The Calhoun-Liberty journal
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Liberty Journal, Inc.
Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Liberty County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Sept. 1991.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 38 (Sept. 18, 1991).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Full Text


Wakulla Bank
announces plan
to build in Bristol
and open branch
in Blountstown
***.......*.PAGE J


Flathead Fishing
Tournament starts
Friday afternoon...5


Supporters
protest the
transfer of
principal
at AHS
.....12


Relay for Life raises
nearly $20,000...5


Hosford- Telogia
Emergency Services
bldg. dedicated.. 15

Whitney Brinkley
crowned Miss Liberty
County Saturday.... 17


500
includes
tax,


The Calhoun-Liberty


JOURNAL


Vl e ,N-br1 We e aa2,0i,


The scene of the fatal accident on County Road 275 is shown above. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO

Calhoun man killed after

losing control of pickup
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Friends said he had been at a party a
A Blountstown man was killed early short time earlier.
Sunday morning in a single-vehicle ac- A2001 graduate of Blountsto" n High
cident on County Road 275. School. Russell was attending Chipola
Ryan H. Russell. 22. died after being : :' College at night and working days as
ejected from his 2004 GMC pickup at a mechanic at Whit's Auto Repair in
2:55 a.m., according to a report from the Blountstown.
Florida Highway Patrol. His employer, Jeremy Whitworth,
Russell was traveling north on County said Ryan was a likeable guy who had
Road 275 when he went onto the east many interests. "He loved to fish and he
shoulder and lost control of his pickup. loved four-wheel drive trucks," he said.
hetrkaveled 288 feet before re-entering the RYAN H.RUSSELL Ryan had an old Dodge truck he used in
traveled 288 feet before re-entering the local bog-ins "that always had something
northbound lane. He then oversteered to the right, tearing up on it," Whitworth said, and his friends often
causing the truck to overturn several times. Russell, teased him about it.
who was not wearing a seatbelt. was ejected from the "He started trading with me when he was in high
truck and landed in the road. The truck came to final school and then he started hanging out. When we needed
rest right-side up in the northbound lane, about a tenth
of a mile north of Magnolia Church Road. See FATAL WRECK continued on page 17


Shrifs og.. Cm unt Cledr ew fo tePes .8 biuris. .. 2.Casifid ds... 4&2


GP Hosford plant sends first shipment
The very first shipment of oriented-strand board produced at the new Georgia-Pacific
plant in. Hosford was sent out last week. The plant should be in full operation this
summer. See full story on page 3. Shown here overseeing the first shipment is Scott
Brown, Hosford Production Superintendent; Mike Johnson, BlueLinx Senior Territory
Manager; Pat Lynch, G-P Director of Sales and Tim Adams, Hosford Plant Manager.


Liberty County High School Senior Carrie Flowers, who was paralyzed
in a single-car accident last month, got a standing ovation when she
rolled forward in a wheelchair to accept her diploma during graduation
ceremonies Friday night in Bristol. "She's a pretty strong little girl and
she's getting better," said her mother, Mary Flowers. The two will return
to the Sheppard Spinal Cord Center Monday where Carrie will resume
her physical therapy. Carrie is shown here with classmate Selah
Manning. More grad photos on page 14. SHARON AUSTIN PHOTO


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Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 25,2005


Telogia man found dead in car


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
The death of a Telogia man who was found in
the passenger's seat of a car parked at his home is
believed to be the result of a heart attack, according
to preliminary report from the medical examiner's
office in Tallahassee.
Danny Hinson, 50, was found in the car where
he had been sleeping after a night out with his
brother, David.
"His brother called before daylight Saturday
and said he was dead," according to Major Donnie
Conyers of the Liberty County Sheriff's Depart-
ment.
Conyers said the brothers had been riding around
that afternoon and Danny had been drinking. When
they returned home around midnight Friday, David
tried to get his brother to go inside but he wouldn't.
"Danny told him to leave him alone and stayed in
the car," Conyers said.
Worried about his brother because he was sweat-
ing heavily, David rolled down the window on the
passenger's side door and set up a fan outside the
car to cool him off. He then went into the home,
the brothers share with their mother, Mary Francis
McKinnon, on Forest Road 120.
There was a heavy thunderstorm and severe
lighting shortly afterwards. When the weather
cleared up a few hours later. Da\ id went to check
on his brother once more and found him dead,
Conyers said.
"He'd had a few beers and slept in the car...he's
done that 100 times," said Mary Francis McKinnon.


She said he often slept in the car, which would be
parked at the back door near a ramp where she
could see him.
She added the brothers had become particularly
close in the past two years.
Hinson was a skidder operator with Richard
Brown Logging and enjoyed working outdoors.
Autopsy results are not complete but the medical
examiner told the sheriff's department that Hin-
son had an englarged heart with muscle damage,
and said that at least one of his main arteries was
completely blocked. While the cause of death is
inconclusive at this time, the medical examiner said
it appeared Hinson had suffered two "significant"
heart attacks in the past.
The brothers had a narrow escape last November
when their boat sank during a fishing trip in Frank-
lin County, After choppy water sent their 16-foot
aluminum boat underwater, the men stayed afloat
by grabbing an ice chest and a floating gas tank.
They eventually drifted apart and lost sight of one
another. thinking the worst.
The\- -\ere rescued when a boater from the St.
George Island Plantation spotted Danny in the
water and picked him up. Dann\ then directed
him to the area he thought his brother might have
drifted to about a half mile away. That day, Danny
said, "I thought he'd already drowned and he was
thinking the same thing about me."
Services are scheduled for 11 a.m. today at his
home in Telogia. For his compete obituary, please
see page 22.


I


ARRS


REPORT S
Compied b
Jouna Edto


Driver charged
with DUI Saturday
A man was charged with DUI,
driving while license suspended or
revoked and issued a verbal warning
for speeding after a Calhoun County
Sheriff's Deputy saw him weaving
from side to side within his lane while
going 78 mph in a posted 60 mph zone
Saturday night.
Michael Lightsey, 43, was traveling
east on State Road 20 just before 11
p.m. when Deputy Chris Porter passed
him on the highway. When the deputy
caught up with the vehicle, he saw it go
over the white line on the road again
while at a speed of 75 mph.
When the deputy turned on his pa-
-trol light, the vehicle slowed down but
did not stop. When the deputy activated
his emergency siren, the driver again
slowed down and was going about 35
mph when he put both hands out of his
window and let the % vehicle travel into
the oncoming lane. After about three
miles, the vehiclee came to a stop at
Williard Smith Road.
Lightsey was taken into custody.
His passenger, identified as Christine
Works, 38, was not charged.
While talking with Liehtsey, the
deputy noticed the strong.smell of
alcohol. Lightsey admitted that he
had been drinking earlier and said he
didn't stop becuase he knew his license
had been suspended for failure to pay
child support.
When deputies searched Lightsey's
vehicle, they recovered two bottles of
gin and three beers.
Lightsey, who listed a Georgia
address, was given a conditional


Two men arrested after Pine

Island drug buy made Friday
Two men were arrested for selling cocaine after deputies
monitored a controlled buy Friday night in the Pine Island
Conmmunitvy.
Officers listened in as a confidential source used marked
money to purchase four pieces of crack cocaine after meeting
J.P. Owens and Henry Fain, according to a report from the
Calhoun County Sheriff's Department.
The source was waiting on Hickory Street at 8:38 p.m. when
the two men drove up. Owens was behind the wheel of the 2004
Kia and Fain was in the front passenger seat.
The source exchanged $100 for the cocaine and officers
waited nearbN as Owens drove away. The Kia left the area,
turned west onto Oak Street and then turned south onto State
Road 69, where officers made a traffic stop.
As the two men were being taken into custody, Fain told
Investigator Michael Bryant "here's your money," and handed
over $80. The serial numbers on the cash matched those used in
the buy. During a search of Fain, officers found a clear plastic
bag in his left front pants pocket that contained a powder form
of cocaine, a ziplock baggie with cocaine residue and $55 in
cash.
Nothing was found during a search of Owens, but when they
examined the car. deputies located $234 in the glove compart-
ment and found another $94 in the dash.
Bryant met up with the person who conducted the drug bay
and recovered the four pieces of crack cocaine. The source gave
a taped statement about the purchase and said he had g given the
money to Owens in exchange for the cocaine.
The two men were booked into the county jail. Owens is
charged with the sale of cocaine and possession of cocaine with
intent to sell. He was released on $7,500 bond Sunday. Fain
is charged with the sale of cocaine and two counts of posses-
sion of cocaine with intent to sell. He remains in custody on
$45,000 bond.

Woman charged with stealing
Car of ex-husband s girlfriend
A Grand Ridge w oman n ho allegedly took a car that had
been sold to her ex-husband's girlfriend is now facing grand
theft charges.
Arrested Saturday was Shannon Marie McClendon, 24, who
was observed loading up the 1994 Dodge Intrepid that had been
parked at Christy Williams' former residence on Chipola Street in
Altha. Two others, described as a white male and a white female,
were seen helping her load the car onto a trailer before


release. See ARREST REPORTS continued on page 2.6


CALHOUN COUNTY
May 17: Cassie Roberts, VOP; Ruby Combs, VOP
(state); Justin Wright, possession of alcohol; Charles Ed-
die Varniadore, driving while license suspended or revoked
with knowledge.
May 18: James Pennington, VOP (state).
May 19: Charles Vainadore Jr., dealing in stolen property;
Shannon M. McClendon, grand theft (vehicle); Gene A. Bess,
VOP (state), writ of attachment; Brian G. McLauglin, VOP
May 20: Leroy Edwards, lewd and lascivious molestation;
Walter Darryl Williams, domestic battery; Billy Comer, VOP,
criminal mischief, resisting without violence; Lisa Gallen,
FTA (Polk Co.); Henry Fain, sale of cocaine, possession
with intent to sell (two counts); J.P. Owens, sale of cocaine,
possession with intent to sell
May 21: Jose C. Hidalgo, no valid driver's license.
May 22: Michael D. Lightsey, DUI, driving while license
suspended or revoked.
LIBERTY COUNTY
May 17: Ruby Ann Combs, holding for CCSO; Cassie
Marie Roberts, holding for CCSO.
May 18: Dexter Robinson, VOP, warrant FTA.
May 19: Robert Rowland, holding for court; Carl Bradwell,
holding for Gadsden Co.; Shannon McClendon, holding for
CCSO.
May 20: John M. Martin, protective custody; June Lewis
Pitts, holding for CCSO (serving 20 days, weekends).
May 21: Bobby Gale Foster, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
May 22: Daniel B. Brunson III, disorderly intoxication.


Listingsinclude name followedbycharge andidentificationofarrestingagency.Thenamesabove represent
those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Blountstown Police Dept.
May 16 through May 22, 2005
Citations issued:
Accidents...............02 Traffic Citations................ 01
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)......50
Business alarms....03 Residential alarms..........00
Com plaints......................................................... 285



Memorial Day Click It or Ticket
The 2005 Memorial Day Click It or Ticket Safety Belt Mobiliza-
tion is May 23 through June 5. The Liberty County Sheriff's Office
will join with Florida and the nation in an effort to utilize aggressive,
highly visible safety seat belt and child restraint enforcement along
with public education encouraging people to use seat belts and keep
their children in the proper child restraint seats.
Click It or Ticket advertisements are airing throughout Florida
now. Please assist us with this Click It or Ticket wave this Memorial
Day holiday.
Wear your seat belt., Keep your children safe in a proper child seat
for them.
Remember, the life that you save could be your own.

FWC offers dual hunter safety

courses at Bay Co. Fairgrounds
If you want to take a hunter safety course and you live anywhere
near Bay County, you have two options this weekend.
The traditional 16-hour course 'will be offered May 27 (6 9
p.m.), 28 (8 a.m. 5 p.m.) and 29 (time to be determined) at the
Bay County Fairgrounds. The course is taught by instructors of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).
At roughly the same time, the FWC's Internet hunter safety course
will be offered May 27 and 29 at the fairgrounds. Students who take
the Internet course complete a portion of the course online before
attending a classroom session.
To sign up for either course call the FWC's hunter safety number
at (850) 265-3676 or sign up online at MyFWC.com/huntered.


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Wakulla Bank to open Bristol and Blountstown branches


Vicki Montford of Blountstown
will oversee the two new branches.


CRAWFORDVILLE Rep-
resentatives from Wakulla Bank
announced plans to open branch-
es in Bristol and Blountstown.
Both branches are set to open
this year.
The first branch will be an in-
store location at the Blountstown
Piggly Wiggly and is set to open
in July. The Bristol branch will
be located at 10911 NW SR 20,
which is across the street from
the ACE Hardware. Construction
of the 3,800 square foot Bristol
branch is set to start in June and is


expected to be completed in five
to six months. Both locations will
provide full-service banking.
"We are excited about expand-
ing into the Liberty/Calhoun
markets," said Walter C. Dodson
Jr., President of Wakulla Bank.
Wakulla Bank will bring quality
hometown banking to each of
these communities. As reflected
by our service mark, we are
"Big enough to serve you, small
enough to care."
Vicki Montford ofBlountstown
has been selected to manage the


two locations.
Montford was born in Bristol
and now resides in Blountstown.
She has worked in the banking
industry for 30 years.
Montford joins the bank as
vice-president.
"This is a wonderful opportu-
nity for our communities," said
Vicki Montford. "I am excited
about working with our local
staff to provide the exceptional
hometown customer service that
Wakulla Bank is known for."
Combined, the two locations


are expected to employ 10-12
people.
Wakulla Bank is an inde-
pendent bank headquartered in
Crawfordville that is dedicated
to quality and innovative service.
The bank has been serving the
communities of Wakulla and
Leon counties for over 30-years,
and today its assets exceed $350
million.
To learn more, visit www.
wakullabank.com. Wakulla Bank
is insured by the FDIC and is an
equal housing lender.


Georgia-Pacific's Hosford plant expected to begin full operations soon
Gc'eo,-i.i Pacific Corp. expects America. The Hosford plant is :.
h open its newest oriented strand a part of the Wood Products divi- d i
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will employ\ more than 100 peo- els, engineered lumber, oriented
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Reading program

to be held at Harrell

Memorial Library
from Harrell Memorial Library
Kids come to the Harrell Memorial Li-
brary for our "Fun in the Sun" summer
reading program. The program starts on
Thursday, June 2 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
for children ages 4 to 12. The fun will
continue every Thursday through July 7.
The summer program will travel to No-
ah's Ark Day Care in Hosford on Tuesday
mornings at 10 a.m. from June 7 through
July 5.
Bristol's Day Care will enjoy the sto-
ries, poems, color sheets, parenting tips
and craft ideas too on Wednesdays from
June 8 through July 6.
If you need more information on our
"Fun in the Sun" programs, you may call
the library at 643-2247 and speak to Pat
Miller (Children's Program Coordinator),
Edith King (children's librarian) or Mar-
tha Caison (Americorps VISTA).

Calhoun Sheriff's Dept.

to present one-week

kids'camp in June
The Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches,
Inc. and the Calhoun County Sheriff's
Officewill present a free, action-packed,
fun filled five-day camp next month in
Blountstown.
This program is just for kids, ages 6
- 12 years. The camp will accept the first
60 kids who register.
The camp will feature Team Sports,
Arts & Crafts. Environmental Education.
Group Building. Water Acti cities. Well-
ness and Nutrition Education Workshops,
Leadership Skills Workshops, Law En-
forcement Demonstrations. There will
also be games and more!
Lunch and snacks will be provided.
The camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through Friday from June 6
- 10 at the W.T. Neal Civic Center, located
at 1777 NE Pear Street in Blountstown.
For more information call 674-5049.

Altha sports banquet
to be held Thursday
from Altha School
Altha School will hold its baseball,
softball and weightlifing athletic banquet
Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m. in the lunch-
room.
Meat will be provided, please bring the
following:
*Baseball vegetable
*Softball dessert
*Weightlifting bread or salad
For more information, call 762-3121.

Calhoun Libraries
closed Monday
from the Calhoun County Public Library
All Calhoun Counts libraries will be
closed on Monday, May 30 for Memo-
rial Day. For more information, call 674-
8773,
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 mail pr fax them to,,


Calh


To dAy
Rotary Club meets at Bir'
ioun-Liberty Hospital, noon C les
Charles
Boy Scout Troop 200 & 203 Coxwell,
lets at 6:30 p.m., Mormon Church Casey
Causley

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


VFW meeting 7:30 p.m.
at Veterans Memorial Park


Congressman Allen Boyd's Rep.
will meet with the public from
9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. (ET) at the Liberty Co.
Courthouse; and from 1 to 3 p.m. (CT),
at the Calhoun County Courthouse
Rock Bluff Community Fire Dept.
meets 7 p.m. at the voting house


Today'
RirtkAw
Willa Dean
Bozeman,
Larry Fine


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


Calhoun County Children's Coalition, meets
at 9 a.m., at the W. T. Neal Civic Center


4


10th Annual
Big River Roundup
Flathead Catfish
Tournament,
Blountstown Landing,
begins at 4 p.m.
until 4 p.m. Sat., May 28


Altha Bog-in,
Altha Area Recreation Complex, 9 a.m.
Smith Family Reunion,
4-Mile Creek in Clarksville, noon


Today's

Terry Lotl
Lewis


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


Attend the church of
your choice this Sunday


Memorial Day


i
A


American Legion
Post 272
Memorial Day Service
in front of the Calhoun Co.
Courthouse, 9 a.m.


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


Todayt


Fur'r


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EEC begins voluntary
pre-kindergarten
application process
from Early Education and Care Inc.
If you have a child who is or will be
four years old by Sept. 1 and you are a
resident of Florida, your child is eligible
for Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK)
services.
Applications can be obtained by call-
ing 1-800-768-8316, ext. 2256 or go to
www.vpkflorida.org. After this step, par-
ents/guardians should contact Early Edu-
cation and Care Inc. (EEC) to schedule a
time to come in and complete the applica-
tion process.
There is no cost for the VPK program
and some options are available to fit each
family's needs.
For more detailed information about
VPK, contact 1-800-768-8316, ext.
2228.

Outdoor education
interactive workshop
from the Liberty County 4-H Program Assistant
Are you an outdoorsman? If so, this
workshop is for you. The Liberty Coun-
ty 4-H office is introducing Shooting
Sports, featuring Gun and Bow Recog-
nition, June 2, 9 and 16. Sign up today!
Youth from 8 to 16 years old must
bring a parent. There will be $10 regis-
tration fee when you sign up per youth.
Make sure if you call we get your ad-
dress so we can send you the registra-
tions forms.
You will need to attend three evenings
from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Veterans Memo-
rial Civic Center to receive a completed
certificate.
Call now, 643-2229, spaces are lim-
ited.





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Big River Roundup this


weekend in Blountstown


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Landing and continue until 2 p.m. Registration
will continue Saturday morning from 6 a.m. until
noon. Advance registration is advised; forms can
be picked up from any Rotary Club member or
downloaded from the club's Web site at www.
blountstownrotary.com.
Five cash prizes, ranging from $1,700 to $150,
will be offered for the largest fish. There will also
be a cash prize of $150 for the largest channel
catfish. The most flathead catfish total poundage
for the tournament will earn someone $100.
Cash prizes of $150 to $25 will be given out to
the five largest channel catfish in the kids' divi-
sion and the young angler who catches the most
poundage will get $125.
Food and drinks will be sold at the landing.
Prize drawings and the awards celebration will
be held at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 28 at the boat
landing.
For more information, contact Tournament
Organizer Ben Burnham at 674-5411.


Despite being rained out on Friday,

Relay for Life raises nearly $20,000


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Despite being rained, out
after just a few hours, the
Calhoun-Liberty Relay for
Life scheduled for May 20 and
21 raised nearly $20,000, with
more donations expected to be
collected in the next few weeks,
according to event chairman
Wes Johnston.
Eleven teams took part and
held the opening ceremonies
and survivor's walk. Organizers
decided to wrap things up around
11 p.m. when "we could see the
lightning coming," Johnston said.
"Since we didn't have the clos-


Monday, May 30, 2005


4 ,' i rn
In deference to the courageous servicemen and women
who gave their lives to defend our freedom, we will be
closed on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2005 and
will re-open to serve you on Tuesday, May 31, 2005.


BRISTOL
(850) 643-2221
Hwy. 20 & Baker Street
P.O. Box 550
Bristol, Florida 32321

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ing ceremonies, we'll do a final
wrap up in a few weeks," he said.
The final tally for last weekend
was $19,700, with an additional
$4,000 to $6,000 more in pledges
expected to come in.
The Tri-State-Off Road Park
has scheduled a bog-in on June
11 to benefit the American Cancer


Society, with the day's proceeds
being added to the Relay for Life
totals. Johnston said they plan
to make the bog-in fundraiser an
annual event.
Anyone who would like to take
part in planning and organizing
Relay events is invited to contact
Johnston at 762-9620.


Storm
leaves
its mark
in Bristol
A storm that
gave way to
some ferocious
thunder and
vivid bursts of
lightning left its
mark on this
tree at Brinkley
Lane and
County Road
379 Thursday
afternoon in
Bristol. No
significant
property
damage or
injury was
reported from
the storm.
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by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
The Big River Roundup Flathead Catfish Tour-
nament will mark its tenth year when anglers take
to the water Friday afternoon.
The annual event, sponsored by the Blountstown
Rotary Club, offers thousands of dollars in prizes.
The money raised by the event is used to fund
scholarships and community projects.
Each year, fishermen and women hope to reel
in the grand prize of a new truck, boat, motor,
trailer and four-wheeler valued at approximately
$50,000 but it's yet to happen. Before driving
away with the top prize, the winner must break
the state flathead catfish record, which is currently
held by Tommy Fowler of Liberty County. Fowler
caught a 49.39-lb. flathead from the Apalachicola
River in April of 2004 that measured 42 1/2 inches
long.
The entry fee is $50 per person. Kids age 15
and under can enter for $25. Registration will start
at 9 a.m. Friday, May 27, at the Blountstown Boat


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Religion should bring peace, not politics


The Republican's "nuclear op-
tion" to end a 200-year Senate rule
that permits filibustering of judi-
cial nominees is the most glaring
example of President Bush's pay-
off to America's evangelicals.
President Bush knows well the
meaning of "Dance with the one
who brung you," and he is repay-
ing America's Religious Right for


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.


their efforts to get him elected and view of the Rule of Law.
re-elected president. .When that happens, the Re-
No doubt that Bush is behold- publicans will control all three
ing to the Religious Right. Bush branches of government; the ex-
is probably the most polarizing ecutive, the legislative and the ju-
president in the history of this dicial. The Religious Right will
country. Thanks to Bush, there be in hog heaven, but the Rule of
isn't much that is "united" in the Law will be down the drain.
United States. Race, religion, If you think that all this will
politics, economics, war, environ- change with the 2006 midterm
ment and social standing divide election and the presidential elec-
the population. tion in 2008, think again.
Religion is probably the most Karl Rove, whom Bush calls
divisive force affecting America. "The Architect," is working fever-
Domestically, religion and poli- ishly to continue the Republican
tics are now almost synonymous. and Religious Right's dominance
When politicians hold forth, it is of American politics for decades
sometimes difficult to determine to come. Rove is energizing the
if they are preaching or discuss- Religious Right to defeat Senate
ing issues. The 2004 presiden- and House Democrats in an ef-
tial election reminded me of the fort to continue the Republican
weeklong religious revivals held legacy.
every now and then in the country Since his election, Bush has
church where I grew up. The only repeatedly visited the states that
difference was a lot of preaching did not support his re-election.
but no fried chicken at a Sunday Last Saturday, he spoke at Calvin
church dinner when it was all College, a small Christian school
over. in Grand Rapids, MI, a state that
Religion is at the heart of the Bush lost in the last election.
international terrorist movement Bush wasn't invited, according to
directed primarily at America. Newsweek Magazine. According
In the Muslim world, America to the magazine article, Karl Rove
is viewed as evil. That view is collared a Michigan Republican
further darkened by America's representative who graduated
foreign policy relative to Israel from Calvin College and whose
and the Palestinians. The ongoing daughter works at the college and
Iraqi war .to spread democracy, arranged for Bush to speak. A
peace, love and understanding in good example of Bush and Rove
the Middle East is doing what all playing hardball politics.
wars do, killing people, destroy- Unless a miracle occurs be-
ing homes and towns and creating tween now and 2008, America's
more hate and violence, conservatives will elect a Repub-
This business of ending the lican as president who will be a
Senate filibuster rule, which has, George Bush clone. Senator Bill
been used by both Rcpuhlican.- Frist of Tennessee, who is the fa-
nd Democrats in the past 200 other of the nuclear option and the
yes is the first step in p;I ing demise of the Senate tradition to
the fedea ct rts and ultimately protect the minority, is working
h S r@me Coumt with judges heard at cloning himself in the
Olat


Frist is a medical doctor tun
politician so it might be diffi
for him to pull off the "I'm a 'gc
ol' boy and born again Christi
bit. However, when Frist stz
wearing cowboy boots, driving
Ford pickup and moves to Cra
ford, Texas that's a good sign t
the George Bush cloning proc
is in the last stages.
What does the Religious Ri
want for pay back? They wan
get rid of'those --activist judg
with whom they disagree. T
is simple. If judges don't rule
way people think they shoi
they are activist judges that
making law.
, The goal of the Religious Ri
is simple. Get enough right-w
Republicans elected to the Sen
to have a filibuster-proof major
of 60 votes. Of course, that r
not be an issue if the nuclear
tion comes to pass. If it does, t
a simple majority of 51 vote
all that Republicans need to cc
pletely shut the door on the Dc
ocrats.
A right-wing president in
White House, a right-wing, r
ber stamp congress and supre
court, what more could the R
gious Right ask for?
I'm not opposed to religion
think that everyone should pi
tice a religion of his or her cho
I think that a by-product of r
gion should be peace, love,
derstanding and tolerance for
lowman. But, unfortunately,
is not the case.
I would feel the same if
Democrat's extreme left was
charge and attempting to use p
tics and the Rule of Law for s
serving purposes. America re
is a melting pot of race, relig
and politics, which means
neither the extreme left or right
good for this country.
America is a middle of,
road country. We collective
need t-, seek the common gro
that unites, not divides, the pec
of this country. We need to s
the high ground of democrat
not the ideological swamp of
*right and left.


CBS has cancelled '60 Minutes II,' which means Dan
Rather lost another job. But I understand there's an
opening at Newsweek. JAY LENO

Condoleezza Rice made a surprise trip to Iraq last week.
Also surprised to be in Iraq last week: thousands of U.S.
troops who were supposed to be home by Christmas.
-AMY POEHLER, Saturday Night Live

Saddam Hussein is still in jail and he's writing his memoir
all about his life as a evil dictator. And he's going to
promote it... In fact next week he will attend a book signing
at Barnes and Evil. DAVID LETTERMAN

The big rumor in Washington is that Dick Cheney may
run for president. Let's hope that's just a Newsweek story.
| Cheney says he wants to run because there is still a lot
of unfinished business. Like, did you know there are still
a lot of countries that don't hate us? JAY LENO

To show that his energy bill is about more than drilling for
oil in Alaska, President Bush visited a plant in Virginia that
turned soy beans into a clean burning diesel fuel. Which
.-the president hopes one day will be used to fuel oil drilling
machines in Alaska. TINA FEY, Saturday Night Live
ned
cult At the premiere of the Star Wars film at Cannes, there
ood were comparisons being made between Darth Vader and
an" President Bush. There was also talk about President
arts Bush's brother; they dall him the evil 'Jebi' master.
g a ; JAY LENO
aw-
hat America continues to search for alternative sources of
ess energy. Other companies now are making fuels made
from corn and soybeans. This is amazing. You know what
ght that means? Our cars will have healthier diets than we
t to do. -JAY LENO
es"
Ihis Voters in Los Angeles elected a new -mayor -- Antonio
the Villaraigosa. Voters admitted they only voted for Villaraigosa
uld, because they want to hear Arnold Schwarzenegger
are pronounce it. -CONAN O'BRIEN

eight
*ing I have to testify in the Michael Jackson trial. I've been
iate getting ready for my testimony all week. I've been drinking
6ity wine and looking at porno magazines. -JAY LENO
may
op- Newsweek printed a story without checking the facts. The
Lhen New York Times has had fake stories. CBS has had fake
s is stories. And now Newsweek had a fake story. You realize
om- the only one that hasn't had to print a retraction is the
ea- National Enquirer. -JAY LENO

the This is the time of the year when the networks announce
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Revival at St. Mary Baptist Church


Revival at its best will take
place May 30 through June 1
at St. Mary Missionary Baptist
Church.
.The services will begin each
evening at 7 p.m. Our evangelist
will be Rev. S.L. Waker, pastor
of Tabernacle Baptist Church of
Tallahassee.
Everyone is welcome to come
and be a part of this great physi-
cal, as well as, spiritual healing
experience.


First Baptist Church

announces concert
The First Baptist Church of
Bristol presents the Cobb family
in concert on Sunday night, May
29 beginning at 7 p.m. (ET).
Come out and enjoy a nightof
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leaving the children and going back to
Africa.
At a going away party, one re-
marked, "I am sure you are anxious to
get back to your mission field."
I The missionary replied, "No, I am
not anxious to get back. The place of
which I am going is dirty. There are
no electric lights. There are no mod-
em conveniences whatsoever. There is
no pure water. I will be cooking on my
wood stove while weeping because my
children are so far away. I will be des-
perately lonesome for them and won-
dering if'any are sick. I will remember
it will be three years before I see them
and tempted to tell the Lord that I can't
stand it and I am going home. But I am
more anxious to do the Lord's will than
anything else."
Is there a cost of following Jestis? To
hear many preachers tell it, you would
not think so. We often hear that if you
will just have enough faith, that Jesus
will solve all of your problems giving
you health, wealth, and prosperity.
But that is not what Jesus told His
followers in Luke 14:25-35. In fact, His
exact words were, "...Any of you who
does not give up everything He has can-
not be My disciple (NIV)."
Jesus promised us many wonderful
blessings. But a trouble free life was not
one of them. In fact, we will often suf-
fer simply because we are doing what is
right following Christ.
Let's not get this confused with
salvation. Salvation is free. It does not
cost anything.-But discipleship, follow-
ing Jesus after we are saved, will cost
us everything we have.
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Free Will Baptist Minister hosting Bible
study in the home. For more information,
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The church is located at 16345
S. River St. in Blountstown. We
are "the church that ministers to
your needs without magnifying
your faults."
For more information, call
643-4107.

Annual Men and

Women's Day

The Macedonia M.B. Church
will host its annual Men and
Women Day on Sunday, May 29
at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
The men's colors will be black
and red and the women's colors
are white and red.
Please come and help us to
make our Men and Women Day
a great success. Dinner will be
served after the morning ser-
vice.
The church is located at 840
River Street in Blountstown.
For more information, call
674-5324.


Manna Ministries

Food Pantry opens

The Blountstown Church of
the Nazarene will be opening
Manna Ministries Food Pantry
on Saturday, May 28 from 1 to 3
p.m. Anyone needing assistance
with food items is welcome to
participate.
The church is located diago-
nally across from the Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital at 17826 NE
Crozier St. in Blountstown.


Bread of Life Food Ministries

Bread of Life Food Ministries at Abe Springs Baptist Church will
be giving away groceries on Saturday, May 28 from 8 a.m. to 10
a.m. (CT).
The church is located at 13913 SW CR. 275 in Blountstown or take
Hwy. 20 West to the first caution light and turn left, go approximately
3 miles and the church is on the left.
For more information, call 674-4376.
We welcome your church announcements and remind you to be sure to include the
day and date as well as time and location of each event. We also ask that you include
a phone number or directions to the church to make it convenient for our readers.
Often, churches want to publicize events.several weeks prior to the activity. If you
can provide information about different aspects of the event, we can run a series of
announcements. Each article should end with the basics time, date and location.
For more information, call 643-3333.



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Sunday Morning Worship Service..................11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Discipleship Training.............6:00 p.m
Sunday Evening Worship Service................. 7:00 pm
Wednesday Evening Prayer & Bible Study......7:00 p.m.
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Foster parenting class offered


JAYCE CAIN
Jayce Cain will celebrate his
fifth birthday on May 27. He
is the son of Nick Cain of
Blountstown and Casey Byrd
of Atha. His grandparents are
Johnny and Donna Cain of
Clarksville, Betty and Lonnie
Davis of Altha and Tammy
Sawyer of Tallahassee. Great-
grandparents are Culen and
the late Bill McDougald, Rus-
sell and Virginia Peterson of Blountstown and Carol Bryan of
Clarksville. Jayce enjoys going to Paw Paw's, dogs, games, toys
friends and cousins. He starts kindergarten this year.

DELILAH GRACE
"LILY"TRAYLOR .
Delilah Grace "Lily" Traylor will
celebrate her first birthday on
May 27. She is the daughter of
Jeff Naylor of Tallahassee and
Tawnya Traylor of Bristol. Her
grandparents are Ronny Tray-
lor of Bristol, Terry and Linda
McCue, and Cheryl Naylor and
Nevin Smith, all of Tallahas-
see. Her great-grandparents "
are J.L. and Lila Traylor of Bristol. Lily enjoys blowing kisses
and playing with her dogs.


HOWELL GAIGE LEWIS
Howell Gaige Lewis will cel-
ebrate his fourth birthday
on May 30. He is the son of
Howell Gregory Lewis and
Rhonda Burch, both of Bristol.
His grandparents are Gary
and Joann Revel Lewis of
Woodville and Van and Louise
Burch of Bristol. His great-
grandmother is Lula Mae
Bradwell Rabon of Bristol.
Gaige likes to ride his papa's
four-wheeler and play his X-
Box and also play with his big
brother Chaz.


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current (within the pastyear) photo
and fill out a short form. If you
do not have-a photo, we'll take
one for you at no extra charge .
S -' i Cost is $5.


It is unfortunate, but some-
times children must be removed
from their family to keep them
safe and healthy. Although the
incidence of removal in Liberty
County is low, it does occur.
At present, there are no foster
homes in the county that would
allow these children to remain in
their school or their community.
No matter what the circumstanc-
es may have been in the home, to
remove a.child from all that is fa-
miliar can only increase the fear,
confusion, and distress that child
already experiences.
Liberty County can take pride
in the open hearts of its citizens.
Children needing a safe home
are often placed, with extended
family or community members
who willingly accept these chil-
dren into their homes and their
lives. However, if a relative or
willing community member can-
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be taken out of the county and
away from the school and envi-
ronment which he/she is famil-
iar.
Please consider becoming a
Licensed Foster Home. There
is a Model Approach to Partner-
ship in Parenting (MAPP) course
beginning June 6th in Bristol.
MAPP is a 10 week mandatory
course and prepares parents to
care for children in the foster


care system. The class in Bristol
is for parents in Liberty and
Calhoun counties who wish to
pursue a foster home license. If
you are interested and want more
information, contact Dian Lyn,
the Licensing and Recruiting
Coordinator for Liberty at (850)
926-0024 or (850) 228-5730 or
the Big Bend Community Based
Care office for Calhoun at (850)
522-4270.


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of Andre Tribue and Rachel
Joiner of Blountstown and
Lenore Shiver of Blountstown.
Her grandparents are She-
leaha Tribue of Bristol and
Steve and Kathy Shiver of
Clarksville. Brionna loves play-
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WWAQDE9) W Adams, Barth to wed in June


Hill, Long

announce

July wedding
Timothy Long and Angela Pul-
lam Hill are proud to announce
their upcoming wedding. The
couple were engaged December
of 2004 and they plan to wed on
July 16.
The bride-to-be is the daugh-
ter of the late Billy R. Pullam of
Cottondale and Cassie Pullam of
Bristol.
The groom-to-be is the son of
John and Shirley Long of Castro-
ville, Texas.
The ceremony will be held in
Blountstown at the home of the
bride's niece, Selene Thaw.
Invitations will be sent out to
all friends and relatives.
The betroved couple are resi-
dents of Panama City and plan to
make it their home.

Marchant, Purvis
final wedding plans
Nicole Marchant and Brad
Purvis will be united in marriage
on Saturday, May 28 at 6:30
p.m.(CT) at the First Baptist
Church in Blountstown. The
reception will be immediately
following the ceremony at the
W.T. Neal Civic Center. No local
invitations have been sent, but all
family and friends of the couple
are cordially invited to attend.


Free technology
lectures at library
from the Calhoun Co. Public Library
The Calhoun County Pub-
lic Library will be offering free
technology lectures this summer.
The first series of lectures will be
on the subject of Internet safety
and security.
Students will learn about the
many risks and dangers present
on the modem Internet, what
causes them and how, to safe-
guard against them.
In addition, students will re-


Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Hires of
Altha, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Adams of Gentry, AR, announce
the engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter Am-
ber Joy Adams, to Nicholas Jay
Barth of Tallahassee. Nicholas is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery
Barth of Altha.
Grandparents of the bride
elect are William and Edna
Wallace of Gulf Hammock,
Hazel and the late Aultman Bai-
ley of Altha, Agnes Holley of
Blountstown and Earl Adams of
Blountstown.
The prospective groom's
grandparents are Mildred Barth
and the late Dr. Jack E. Barth of
Ft. Myers and Judson and Opal
Shoemaker of Altha.
The bride-elect is a 2003 grad-
uate of Altha High School and is
currently attending Florida State
University pursuing a degree in
Elementary Education.
The prospective groom is a
2000 graduate of Blountstown
High School. He is currently at-
tending Florida State University,


pursuing a degree in Exercise
Physiology. He is employed as a
Registered Nurse at HealthSouth
Rehab Hospital in Tallahassee.
The ceremony will be held
on Saturday, June 11 at 3 p.m. at
River Town Community Church
in Blountstown. A reception will
follow immediately afterwards in
the Life Center of the church.
No local invitations will be
sent, but all friends and relatives
are invited to attend the wedding
and reception.


Former Bulldog signs with Noles
Former LCHS and
Chipola College graduate,
Tra is .Anderson, signed
a baseball scholarship
recently to play for the
Florida State University
Seman oles. Travis has
played left field for the
Si Chipola College Indians
for the past two years. He
helped lead Chipolatowin
t- --he Panhandle Conference
Championship this past year and a second place finish in the Florida
Community College Athletic Association state tournament. He has a
.394 batting average with 11 home runs (2 grand slams), 51 RBI's, 13
doubles and scored 34 runs during his sophomore season. He was se-
lected to the 1st team by the coaches. Travis will play baseball this sum-
mer in the Coastal Plain Baseball League in North Carolina. The league
is made up of 14 teams playing in three states (NC,SC,VA) and gives
outstanding college baseball players from all over the United States
the chance to refine their skills with wooden bats during the summer
months. He will play for the Wilmington Sharks. Travis looks forward
to playing for FSU and credits the athletic success he has enjoyed to
his high school, college and summer league coaches.

Nikki Brown graduates from FSU


ceive free anti-virus and spyware Nikki Kathleen Brown
removal software for the home graduated Cum Laude
computers. The lectures are open from Florida State Uni- '
to all and do not involve any versity with a bachelor
homework, but working knowl- of arts and science degree
edge- of Windows, Windows in computer science on
applications and the Internet is April 29.
highly recommended. Nikki is the daugh-
The lectures will be offered ter of Ricky and Kathy
June 1-2, June 6-7 and July 11- Brown of Bristol.
12. The classes will held from 6 Her grandparents are
to 9 p.m. (CT). Hazel Eddleman of Telo-
Adam Harpool, certified tech- gia, Jim and Jane Eddle-
nology specialist, will be the lec- man of Denver, CO, Jack
turner. Anybody interested in at- and Helen Brown of Bristol, and Cloyce and Charlotte Brown of
tending should contact the library Buchanan, GA.
at 674-8773 or e-mail Adam at Nikki is currently employed with the Florida Association of Court
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Calhoun group plans Northwest Passage trip


from the Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Association
Come join us for a fun-filled
cruise up the Columbia and
Snake Rivers along the "Lewis
and Clark Trail," once known
as the Northwest Passage. The
stern wheeler cruise route will
be along the Washington and Or-
egon borders. We will fly to Port-
land, OR where we will have an
overnight in Portland then board
the Empress of the North for a
seven-day cruise.


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This trip is scheduled to leave
on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2006 and
will return on Monday, March
6, 2006. Cost of the trip is just
$2,049 based on double occu-
pancy. This cost includes round
trip motorcoach to the airport in
Pensacola, airfare, all transfers,
two night deluxe accommoda-
tions before and after the cruise,
seven night cruise aboard the


stern wheeler ship (all cabins
are outside with verandahs), all
meals aboard the cruise.
We have just 34 spaces and
do expect these to fill up quickly.
First deposit of $250 due by July
15 with balance due by Jan. 10,
2006. Trip cost, after July 15 will
go up another $50.
Call Marilyn at the Calhoun
County Senior Citizens Center
at 674-4163, if you would like
more information.


Harriet Peacock gets a hug from a supporter at Monday night's
school board meeting in Blountstown. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO


Supporters protest

reassignment of AHS

Principal Peacock

by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Supporters of Altha School Principal Harriet Peacock packed a
room and spilled out into the hallway during Monday's meeting of
the Calhoun County School Board, where School Superintendent
Mary Sue Neves announced her decision to reassign Peacock and
another principal.
Peacock and Blountstown High School Principal Ronnie Hand
were notified Friday afternoon that they would no longer continue
in their current positions. Neves has not announced where their new
jobs will be, but said, "They will be offered another position within
the school system."
Numerous people asked to speak on Peacock's behalf. Don
Bowden told the school board he'd seen 10 principals over the years
at-Altha School but none of those had been as effective as Peacock.
"What grounds do you have to fire her?" he asked. School Board
Chairman Tim Smith replied that she was not being fired, she was
being transferred.
Mike Atkins, a parent of a member of this year's Altha High School
graduating class, told the board they were making a mistake by not
keeping the current principal in her job.
"The board agrees with you people, but it's Mrs. Neves' call,"
Smith told the crowd.,
Pastor Jim McIntosh also spoke up for Peacock and said under
her guidance, he felt his two children had attended the best school.
He stressed that she had also long served the community behind the
scenes.
The positions the former principals will be offered will be an-
nounced at next month's school board meeting on June 16. Neves
said the principals'jobs will be advertised and those selected will also
be named at the next meeting.
"If your decision can't be reversed, then this is the weakest board
I have ever seen," said one member of the audience.
Peacock and Hand were the only changes listed on the superin-
tendent's countywide personnel recommendations for the 2005-2006
school year.
"I felt that a change was needed," Neves commented the next day,
explaining, "It's my role and responsibility to place personnel where
they can work best and be most effective. The bottom line is what's
best for the children."
She added, "It's always very difficult when making personnel
changes." Neves, who was elected to office last November, said she
put a lot of thought into her personnel decisions and, waited until
the end of the school year so that the change would not disrupt the
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The 'Lewis-Exum' Ranger Fishing tournament


by Darreyl Duggar, Ranger Leader
Our sixth annual Ranger Fish-
ing Tournament was held this year
again at the Dubert's Pond. Many
Ranger boys from Hosford School
and W.R. Tolar K-8 School par-
ticipated in the event. Our grand
prize winner this year was Shane
Wilson of Tolar School and he


chose a very nice rod and reel as
his prize.
We were sponsored this year by
the Bethune Community Service
Center. Our other major sponsor
this year was the Country Corner
in Hosford who cooked our meal
and provided ice, drinks and a
snack.


The LCHS Bulldog Battalion would like to thank
all of our sponsors for all their support of the
program this year. Our sponsors include Ralph
Whitfield of Whitfield Insurance, Tonya Six with
Harveys, Cathy McCullen and Don Clabaugh
with Classic Cleaners, Heather and Mitch
Willis at ACE Hardware, Rebecca DeVuyst
and Chad Ramsey at the Piggy Wiggly,
Kris Kohlstatt with State Farm and Jo and
Mark Plummer with the Bristol Pharmacy.
Thank you for all of your-generosity and support.

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We had many tremendous gifts
donated including a rod and reel
given by Donnie Conyers, bug
spray for all the participants by the
Health Department, another nice
rod and reel given by Thompson's
Grocery, a rod and reel by T&P
Grocery of Hosford, rod and
reels by Blackburn's Grocery and
Hardware, bait and Bream Busters
by H.C. and Katheleen Duggar, a
rod and reel by David Summers,
a rod and reel by Tommy Duggar,
a rod and reel by Whaley's Heat-
ing and Air Conditioning, various
nice gifts from Bristol Pharmacy,
footballs by employees of Dollar
General in Bristol, a rod and reel
and a bream buster by Then and
Now in Hosford, a knife by the
Co-op, a flashlight by Auto Value,
a fishing net by ACE Hardware
in Bristol and of course fishing
and a wonderful experience at
the Dubert's Pond provided by ,
Marvin and Betty Dubert.
Many other individuals attend-
ed and gave of their rime to the
boys. A special thank you to H.C.
"Sarge" Duggar, Marcia Duggar,
"Gator" Clark, Chris and Phyllis
Berminger, Officer Lane Bently of
the FWC, Stephen Ford for mak-
ing sure we were mosquito free
and severalparents who helped the
boys during the tournament.
Our tournament this year was
dedicated to two special people-
who were close to the Rangers.


will. be greatly missed. His family
made a gracious gift in this name
toward the Ranger program that
provided us with needed supplies
and two really nice table games
that were placed at our Ranger
cabin.
We once again thank all who


2 reat
spe-

and


gave of their time, money and sup-
port of this years tournament. We
also appreciate ourt school super-
intendent David Summers and our
principals, Jill Davis from Hosford
School and Dwayne Barber and
Gay Lewis from Tolar School for
supporting us again this year.


1 0th Annual


Florida Championship


Flathead Catfish Tournament

Friday, May 27 thru Saturday, May 28, 2005

Apalachicola River Blountstown Landing Blountstown

Presented by the Blountstown Rotary Club .-


S50 000 Grand Prize(combined prize value) lf
Break the state flathead catfish record* (see rules) and win
A brand new TRUCK worth approx. $34,000 a BOAT, MOTOR and TRAILER worth approx. $10,000
and a 4-WHEELER worth approx. $6,000.
Cash prizes Adult Category Adult Entry Fee = $50 each (All catfish must be at least 14 inches long)
1st Largest Flathead Catfish $1,700 2nd Largest Flathead Catfish $700 3rd Largest Flathead
Catfish $400 4th Largest Flathead Catfish $250 5th Largest Flathead Catfish $150 Most Flathead
Catfish lbs $100 (and points toward upcoming area events.) Largest Channel Catfish (must be at least 14 inches long) $150
Cash Prizes Kids' Category 15 years old and under only Kid's Entry Fee = $25 each (A//ll catfish must be at least 14 inches long)
Most Poundage all Catfish $125 1st Largest Flathead Catfish $150 2nd Largest Flathead Catfish $125 3rd
Largest Flathead Catfish $100 4th Largest Flathead Catfish $50 5th Largest Flathead Catfish $25
Entry fee: $50 per adult; $25 per kid (15 years old and under) Contact: Ben Burnham (Blountstown Rotary Club Tournament Organizer) (850) 674-5411, e-mail
dawgbitel @comcast.net. Applications and information can be obtained at www.blountsotwnrotary.com, Wanda Johnson (Calhoun County Civic Center) (850) 674-4500,
Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce (850) 674-4519. Pre-Registration: The first 100 participants that pre-register are eligible to receive 10 free bream for bait.
(Bait must be picked up by Friday, May 27, 2005, no later than 6 p.m. (CT) at the registration booth and participant must possess bait ticket).
Only the first 100 pre-registered participants will be included in a separate drawing for a special pre-registration grand prize. Due to number of participants, pre-registra-
tion is recommended. Registration: Participants can also register Friday, May 27 beginning at 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. (CT) and on
Saturday, May 28 from 6 a.m. until 12 noon (CT) at the Blountstown Landing (Neal Landing).
Calhoun County Search and Rescue Squad wllse//l hamburgers, hot dogs and other refreshments at the tournament.
Tournament begins at 4 p.m. (CT) on Friday, May 27, 2005 and ends at 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 28, 2005. Prize drawings and awards presentation will
be held et 5 p.m, Saturday at the. Blountstownr landing. Each fisherman will receive a. complimentary ticket in the drawing at registration.
*.?Jh .g o i.'.p.e.ffian ipgr [e. g'. tpeipaqu wigods jhe- record at the end of the tournament. Prize award is subject to passing a lie detector test.





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--INC -AM&


m~oft"


ABOVE: Kale Stafford rolls off into his
future as he zips across the gym floor on a
skateboard just moments after graduation
ceremonies ended Friday night at Liberty
County High School. BELOW: Dominique
Cargile shows off the Scooby Doo tie he
wore under his robe.


LEFT: Samantha Clackum gives a wave.
BELOW LEFT: Jeffrey Copeland and
Kristy Jacobs. BELOW: Trammel Geiger
shows off his hard-earned diploma.
SHARON AUSTIN PHOTOS


Special opportunity hunts offer quality experiences


Bagging a 25-point buck with than anywhere else in Florida.
a bow is a special feat. Not only Stovall's buck may be the
is it special because of the skill headliner of a very successful
required to take the deer but also special-opportunity hunt, but
because it occurred on public there have been many others who
land during a special-opportu- have shared special and unique
nity hunt offered by the Florida experiences throughout the past
Fish and Wildlife Conservation eight years the program has been
Commission (FWC in place.
James E. Stovall of Laleland Special-opportunity hunts of-
put ,pecIal-rpportunif; hunts fer hunters vast areas, abundant
on the map in 1999 when he game, low hunter quotas and
harvested the largest recorded excellent chances to bag quality
non-typical deer Q20, score on l.'.r, ho;., and released quail on
the Boone and Crockett .,i) select *.,ildlifc management ar-
in Florida on Green Swamp eas rioii'hoiu Florida.
West Wildlife Management riIsr,- I you find iliese special-
(WMA) in Polk Countly. At the ojppti:nii h t n :;ip;i.iiii,
time, Stovall stated this area of, itis. not hoo, to .'pply for
the state had'inibrn tfohhy deerr 'th&' 200()5 6' huniin' 'season,


The FWC currently is accept-
ing applications for these hunts
through June 15. To apply for
these permits, submit applica-
tions online at MyFWC.com or
visit any license agent or county
tax collector's office.
Based on past years, demand
for these hunts is greater than
the number of available slots, so
a random drawing is conducted
to select hunters:. Individuals can
improve their chances of being
selected by submitting as many
non-refundable $5 applications
as they would like. The cost of
the hunts for selected applicants
rtii~s from $50 to $175.
Visit MyNFWC.coim/hunting
for mor- information.


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LEFT: Congressman Allen Boyd listens to Linwood Williams who explains why he needs to come back soon to go on a squirrel hunting trip.
RIGHT: A decorative wood panel is displayed in the conference room of the new Emergency Services Building.


Hosford and Telogia open doors to



fire and emergency medical station


Area firefighters and emergency medi-
cal personnel have a new home in down-
town Hosford. And for the first time. the
communities of Hosford and Telogia
have local fire protection.and emergency
services. Thanks to USDA Rural Develop-
ment. emergency crews will be closer to
the residents they serve, making it safer
for the people who live inr these communi-
ties. In a community celebration Saturday,
the Hosford-Telogia Emergency Service
Building opened its doors to the public in
a dedication ceremony and open house.
The 6.400 square foot Hosford-Telogia
Emergency Service Building will house
the Hosford-Telogia Volunteer Fire De-
partment's trucks and equipment. It will
provide a meeting space for the t\\ o com-
munities, a satellite office of the Liberty
County Sheriff's Office and a new voting
precinct for Hosford. Future plans include
the addition of an EMS unit in the multi-
purpose building. The new, $285,000 facil-
ity is funded with $245.000 from UDSA
Rural Development ($100.000 Grant and
a $145,000 Loan). and property valued
at $40,000 from the Liberty County
Board of County Commissioners. The
pre-engineered metal building features a
three bay structure that houses fire trucks
and/or EMT vehicles in 3,600 square
feet. The remaining 2,800 square feet of
the building will be used for offices, dis-


patch, sleeping. storage and a community
conference room. The facility includes a
state-of-the-art communications system
and meets the accessibility requirements
of the Americans with Disabilities Act of
both employees and visitors.
USDA Rural Development State
Director Charles W. Clemons. Sr. said.
"This is an exciting new chapter in the
history\ of the Hosford-Teloeia communui-
ties. It has been said that today'sdecision
determines tomorrow's destiny. Rural
Development congratulates area leaders
for their vision. the emergency response
staff \ ho \ ill be w working in the Hosford-
Telogia Emergency Service Building and
area residents \\ho \\ill benefit from the
state-of-the-art equipment and technol-
ogy that will be available to them. This
facility is an exceptional resource for the
community, and will play a significant
role in contributing to the quality of life
for local residents. Rural Development is
pleased to be part of that effort."
USDA Rural Development's mission
is to deliver programs in a way that will
support increasing economic opportunity
and improve the quality of life of rural
residents. Further information on rural
programs is available at a local USDA
Rural Development office of by visiting
USDA's web site at http://www.rurdev.
usda.gov.


...........-...--- -- --


LEFT: Community members recite the Pledge of Allegiance to begin Saturday's dedication
program. RIGHT: Liberty County Sheriff Harrell Wood Revell talks with a visitor.


U-Ct


PHOTOS BY JOHNNY EUBANKS and TERESA EUBANKS
i i i i t t i ,, ; Ii .


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Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 25,2005


PAEC applauds graduate school


cohort for gumption and success


Theirs is a story that makes
every rural educational consor-
tium -especially those in the dis-
tance learning business proud.
Twenty-three teachers from rural
Florida Blountstown, Altha,
Sneads and Bristol will receive
19 master's and three specialist's
degrees in elementary education
with reading endorsements June
17 from Florida State University,
Panama City campus.
The group was recognized
at FSU-PC's May 1 graduation
ceremonies for their accomplish-
ment. The real story, however,
began about two years ago...
Laurie Brandon, a 2nd grade
teacher at Bristol's W. R. Tolar
Elementary School, knew she
needed a master's degree to at-
tain her professional -goals. She
talked it over with a few like-
minded friends, batting around
carpooling and gas prices and
time away from families. That's
when the epiphany struck why
not form a group and persuade
the professors to come to them!
By the time the idea gelled, 23
teachers were onboard.
With Ms. Brandon leading ed-
ucators east of the Apalachicola
River and Wretha Webb, read-
ing resource teacher from Altha
Public School, leading educa-
tors west of it, the group sought
proposals. Three institutions of-
fered up bids: Walden Univer-
sity, Florida A & M University
and FSU.
"After weighing the. pros and
cons of each, we went with FSU.
When they offeredthe samehours
for the same price, but included
the Reading Endorsement cre-
dential, we couldn't pass it up,"
Ms. Brandon said. All secondary
teachers who teach reading must


hold a Reading Endorsement
by 2006, according to No Child
Left Behind mandates.
According to FSU-PC
Dean Ed Wright, here's how it
worked: "One of the amazing
components to the delivery of
services for this group is that
these teachers never traveled to
this campus, or the main campus
- we took the classroom to them
with the help of professors from
FSU-PC and the main campus.
These teachers rotated to three
of the four schools, developing
kindred spirits and a lifetime of
practical experiences that could
not be learned in an academic
environment."
PAEC's Florida Learns Acad-
emy Director Belva Free noted,
"Their predicament is the exact
predicament faced by educators
who need quality professional
development. Just as FSU took
graduate school to rural educa-
tors, we, too, take high quality
education to teachers through
the Florida Education Channel (
FEC), the electronic Profession-
al Development Center (ePDC)
and onsite professional develop-
ment activities."
About the experience, Ms.
Webb said, "We enjoyed the in-
formal settings where we got to
know the professors and other
students on a personal level, as
we shared projects, meals, sup-
port and even laughter. How-
ever, we all admit that we have
never worked quite so hard and
learned so much. It's been a spe-
cial time for us."
Ms. Brandon credits FSU's
Dr. Marion Fesmire, a faculty
member in Childhood Educa-
tion, for the group's success.
"Besides putting the proposal


together, Dr. Fesmire also taught
some of the coursework. Some
teachers in 'the cohort might
never have found the time to get
their master's degrees had the
program not come to us. I think
we learned more because we had
access to our own classrooms,"
Ms. Brandon said.
Cohort members receiving
master's degrees are: Lucinda
Alday, Russell Baggett, Gina
Dickens, Caralyee Sewell, Robin
Parish-Hill, Vicki Bennett, Terri
Reid, Tanya Black, Brooke Hall,
Gina Willis, Heather Richter,
Craig Shuler, Gerold Muza, Con-
nie Martin, Jessica Peddie, Bren-
da Green, Rhonda Mercer, Karli
Borowski and Ms. Brandon.
Cohort members receiving
specialist's degrees are: Bar-
bara Kimbrel Hathaway, Mark
Brogdon and Ms. Webb. .
"Stories like this, stories that
show the power in banding to-
gether to achieve common goals,
make me especially proud," said
Paula Lovett Waller, PAEC ex-
ecutive director. "That's why
PAEC is so successful our
member districts have banded
together to achieve common
goals. Together, we do so much
more than any one of us could
do alone.
Darton College awards
honors Hosford student
ALBANY, GA Jason Brown
of Hosford was recognized at Darton
College's recent honors and awards
convocation. Brown was recognized
as an outstanding student in Occupa-
tional Therapy Assistant.
The Honors Convocation is an
annual event held to recognize
Darton student and faculty/staff ac-
complishments.


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'Drama Class in A Minor' dedicated

to sisters Angie and Theresa Nevitt
by K. Dudley
Angie Nevitt has been sorely
missed in our Drama Class this
year. She had collaborated on some IM
scripts that we had written about
Superheros, and her favorite char- P
acter was Spider-man. Her most
classic line .as. "I can't web-slig I
in cotton!" She was a valuable as-
set in our classroom. It is her smile !
and sense of humor that we now : i -.-
celebrate. CI ? I
Our video production this year, Alp I
"Drama Class in A Minor," was Picture, back row, Chris Strong, Candi O'Bryan, Kegan Cur-
dedicated to. the memory of Angie
and Theresa. We felt that as thisran, Kara Jackson, Nathan Castanada, San Aday Cal-
piece was in production, they were lie Eady, Zach Scott, Jimmie Phillips; front row, Ms. Dudley,
with us in spirit. Marcus Grantham, Taylor Shelton, Caitlin Hansford, Jessica
Also, Zach Scott and Sean Alday Tedesco, Mariah Hoilman, Amanda Wallace, Amanda Cook.
wrote our live production this year, ALTHA SCHOOL PHOTO
called, "Life of the Party!" We
decided as a class, to have a night that the class purchased with funds box located in the lobby of Altha
production in order to raise money from our live production. Angie's School, to remember Angie Nev-
to commemorate Angie's memory. favorite classic movie was, "Casa- itt and the life and-memories that
Callie Eady donated a movie post- blanca.", she brought to the Drama Class of
er, "Casablanca".to hang. in Ms. We also decided .to purchase a 2004-2005. She remains forever in


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MAY 25,2005 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17


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JH, ."- (Since 1977)
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(850) 762-8387 or (850) 832-1489 (mobile)
6055 NW Hwy. 274 Altha, FL 32421
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Remember our Country's Heroes

Memorial Day
In observance of this
important occasion, the
Liberty County Courthouse
will be closed May 30.
Liberty County
Courthouse
.Robert Hill,
-, : Clerk of Court


whitney srinley crowned

vMliss Liberty County Satur&d


RGHT: Abigail McComb, who was
crowned Little Miss Liberty County,
was also named Most Photogenic and
received the People's Choice Award.
JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTOS


some part-time help, we put him
to work," Whitworth said. Ryan
worked at his shop for three
years.
"He was well-skilled and
well-rounded," Whitworth said,
adding, "He's very smart. He
shouldn't have been working
here, he should have been in col-
lege full-time."
Just a few weeks earlier, Ryan
bought a motorcycle and he and
a friend would often take rides
after work.


Whitworth added that because
of his sense of humor, many felt
Ryan had missed his calling. "He
should have been a comedian. He
was hilarious."
While Ryan enjoyed joking
around and having fun, he took
his work as a mechanic seriously.
"He would stay until the job was
done and took a lot of pride in his
work," according to Whitworth.
"He had a lot of integrity."
And, Whitworth added, "He
had a lot of good friends."


Services are scheduled for
10 a.m. today at Peavy Funeral
Home Chapel in Blountstown.
Interment will follow at Nettle
Ridge Cemetery.
Ryan is survived by his par-
ents, Raymond and Susan Rus-
sell, and his brother, Kyle Russell,
all of Blountstown, along with
his grandparents, aunts, uncles
and cousins.
His complete obituary appears
on page 22.


p.ee'Newsletter
> "Freetllfreetechnical Wahlquist receives President's Medallion for 4.0 GPA
support
> Free 4 ernaI TOP GRADS Nine Chipola
tn ;_ addresses College graduates received
_- ,, > Free 5mrb of personal the President's Medallion for
Sebspace earning a 4.0 grade point
average in all classes. Pres-
ident's Medallion winners are
le in ll are Lauren Eade of Marianna, Ty-
rl tu mu ee. ., ler Goodman of Bonifay, Ash-
ley Melzer of Chattahoochee,----
Jerrid Pippin of Bonifay, Ter-
ra Pumphrey of Marianna, di "-.
Paige Rentz of Sneads, Alan
Riley of Marianna, Brandon1 ""
2Sasser of Chipley and Lau- i.
ra Kay Wahlquist of Bristol. i
Here, Laura Kay Wahlquist of
Bristol, accepts her diploma'.Z
from Chipola president Dr. i
S.;Gene Prough. OHIPOLAPHOTQ,


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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
5.1, 5-.18. 5.25


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SEC 26 1S 6W 3.00 AC COM
SW COR SEC 26 TH E
-3896.31FT 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 26-1S-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 26-1S-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
GREGORY GAY,,..-'r.
.'.,18226 NE CANNON[ BRANCH RD


HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 26-1S-6W 1AC COM 4X4"
CON MON MARKING 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
.53 AC 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 244 FTTO 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 50-4 -.1 .
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)

22 R01299.00 HX $207.82
034-1S-6W-00799-000
.96 AC OB0124P0049
FOSTER, BOBBY AND TERRY L
20457 NE MAGNOLIA OAK DR
.HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 34-1S-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
.67 AC 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. 34-1S-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 COR OF SEC 35
TH RUNN 01 DEG 11 MINE
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 AUDUB6N qR'.
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
00.1-2S-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.
RT1, 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 OB012F"0049.
TELOGIA POWEP
C/O NRG ENF'
901 MARO' :JITE 2
MINNF'

SEC. 105.95AC
BEGIN.. ,,E COR OF SEC 3,
TH SO0 DEG 05 MIN 00 SEC
E ALONG THE E'LY BDY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

31 R0169600 $303.22
006-1N-7W-01136-003
.14 AC 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 420 FT TH N 75 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

32 R0188300 $323.70
031-1 N-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 TOTHE 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. 31-1N-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 $718.05
031cl1 NW-01'395-000
c:1 1.917 A'C' .'OB0134P0507


SIRMONS, DON
P.O. BOX 1033
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1N-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
32-1N-7W & RUN N 00 DEG
29 MINE 409.3' TO POB TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

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

38 R0222400 HX $137.78
033-1 N-7W-01 532-003
10.02 AC
WARE, WILLIE B. & SHARON
RT 3, BOX 23T
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 33-1N-7W 10.02 AC COM
AT CON MON MARKING SW
COR '
OF SEC 33 TH N 00D 28M
10S E ALG WLY BDY OF SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

39 R0234800 HX $145.58
003-1 S-7W-f01572-008
2.57AC OB0121P0207
PEDDIE, 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 R0239100 HX $. 327.91
004.1S--7W-01603-003
1:00 AC
JONES, BETTY J.
12575 OLD POST ROAD
BRISTOL, FL 32321-9508
SEC 4-1S-7W 1 AC COM AT A
COMMON NW COR OF SEC
4 TH
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. EDWARD AND
KATHERINE WHITE
P.O. BOX 278
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 4-1S-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
1.13 AC
TANTON, HAZEL
P.O. BOX 244
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 5-1S-7W 1.13 AC COM
AT SE COR OF NE1/4OF
NE1/4 SEC 6 RUN S 63 YDS
TO THE CENTER OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)






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44 R0249300 HX $1289.88
006-1 S-7W-01656-005
1.00 AC 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-7WLOT 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. 7-1S-7W 4.00 AC COM
ATNWCOROFSEC7THN
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
007-1S-7W- 1754-014
.61 AC OB0079P0270
G=IF=EN. 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
007-1S-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 7TH 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. 7-1.S-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. WENDALAND KAY
10316 NW 3RD ST.
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 7-1S-7W LOTS LOTS 16
& W1/2 OFLOT 15 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
ATSWCOROFSEC 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
72',',.... '.50.Q0AC .OB.0138P0575,
.... .QWENS.'PHilLLIP JEEFREY.


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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 N70 YDS
E 335 YDS M/L TO W SIDE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

55 R0284100 HX $136.69
018-1 S-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
01i8-iS-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
ATA PT 549 YDS N OF THE
SE COR OF THE SW1/4 OF
SEC 18 TH WTOAPTON
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

58 R0292700 HX $218.33
018-1 S-7W-01904-001
1.15-AC OB0116P0431
- DUGGAR,'MELANIE C. AND
TOMMY DUGGAR
' 15495 NW COUNTY ROAD 12
-BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 18-1S-7W 1.15 AC COM
ATA 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 .42AC 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
019-1 S-7W-01937-002
1.14AC-
JOHNSON, JAMES TERRY
P.O. BOX 194
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 19-1S-7W 1.14 AC
FROM INTERSECTION OF S
BOUNDARY OF SR 12A 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. 19-1 S-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
030-1S-7W-01971-001
2.09AC 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
NWl/4 SEC 30 RUN W 324
YDS S 148 YDS TO POB GO S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

63 R0312100 $58.96
031-1 S-7W-01'984-008'
"1.50 AC OB0147P0303


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 TAXROLL)

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 4AC COM AT
NE COR OF SW1/4 OF NW1/4
OF SEC 12 TH E TO OLD
ROAD TO POB TH S ALG SAID
(ADD'L LEGALSEE TAXROLL)

67 R0328100 $297.18
012-2N-7W-00977-000
8.00 AC .
GLASS, ELLEN AP,
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 P" 9.77
019-5S-7W-0214
.34 AC OPA a
PARTRIDrP & M
10495-
BRI' -21
SEC. R LOTS.LOTS
9,10,11, K 37;TOWN OF
SUMATRA. O.R. BK. 82, P.
*201 OR. BK. 105, PG. 154

72 R0370000 9107.68
019-5S-7V P
.22 < N J032
PH' 2 ri & JEAN C
P.C "1 'L" .1
LYNk '. EN, 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
00DEG52MIN 51SEC 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
012-1S-8W-02320-001
2.00 AC OB0136P0572
JACOBS, CHIP
RT. 3 BOX 301E
BRISTOL, FL .32321
SEC 12 1S 8W2 AC COM AT
SE COR OF SEC 12TH 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-02381-000
6.71 AC 0B012'
SHULER, JEAn' .
P.O. BOX 3
BRISTO' .
SEC ,% 1FS LOTS
-4,25,26,2
SHE W6.73'OF
L ,,2, BLK B UNIT 1
(AL L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

78 R0412400 $451.88
025-1 S-8W-02394-008
.75 AC OB0124PQ531
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 POBTH S 00 DEG 47
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

79 R0413000 $49.20
025-1 S-8W-02394-014
.50AC 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
1.53AC OB0133P0420
POOLE, JASON S. AND
SHELLY R. POOLE
P.O. BOX 1194
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 25-1 S-8W .53AC COM AT
NE COR OF SEC 25 TH S
OODEG 47MIN E 3414' TH W
840' TH S 00DEG 47MIN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

81 R0419800 $69.96
001-2S-8W-02423-011
.43 AC OB0097P0181
JOHNSON, HINTON
RT I BOX 320-H
ALTHA,," FL3242T- '-
'.. SEO1 -2S'8W.44AC. COM


AT NECOR SEC 1 TH S 89
DEG 42 MIN 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' AKA LOT 2
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI

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
.28AC 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'L LEGAL 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)





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91 R0429200 $253.15
015-2S-8W-02468-029
1.96AC 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 EST TH S 64 DEG
43 MIN W 321' N 25 DEG 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 ALONG N'RLY
S(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.PLATBK 1, P. 24
LIBERTY CO. TH S 64 DEG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

94 R0433200 $83.54
015-2S-8W-02468-076
.49 AC 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 LOT7
BLK 3ESTIFFANULGA
SUBDIVISION UNIT ONE O.R.
BK 91, P 1340.R. BK.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

96 R0437900 $70.24
015-2S-8W-02494-012
.46AC 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)


NTC0FTAX -ETIFCATESAL


97 R0438100 HX $243.63
015-2S-8W-024.96-000
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 16THN 18 DEG 53
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

99 R0441200 $59.49
016-2S-8W-02511-008
1.19AC
.RANKIN, MAP' &
FRIEDA S '
P.O. Br
BL, FL 32424
SL .4 C1.19AC COM
AT, COR OF NE1/4 OF
SE1/4 JF SEC 16TH 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 SEETAXROLL)

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
OFSEC. 28 & RUN S 3DEG '
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 CHS W 5
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 PTON 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 S06 DEG 40 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

106 R0457400 $89.13
002-3S-8W-02629-000
,22 AC I
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 ATTN: J. BRECK BR
P0002300 $3966.82 215 SOUTH MONRC
BANCPARTNERS SECOND FLOOR
C/O CBIZ PROPERTY TAX SOL TALLAHASSEE, FL
PMB 401, 820 S. MACARTHUR
SUITE 105-401
COPPELL, TX 75019 00079-000
P0010400 $58672.9
PANHANDLE WOO[
00027000 62.36C/O LIBERTY CHIPS
P0004800 $62.36 7704 NW MARTIN L
SCIENTIFIC GAMES ONLINE. BRISTOL, FL.32321
ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS
C/O CBIZ PROPERTY TAX SOL
820 S MACARTHUR, SUITE 10
COPPELL, TX 75019 00085-000
P0011400 $105.19
00055-000 MARTIN, LUCKY
P0008000 ,$4009.06 ,,, P.O. BOX 504
GULF COAST-AGGREGATES LL HOSFORD. FL 3233


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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


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
.46 AC OB0104P0068
KING, JOHN THOMAS, LARRY
NEWT FRANKLIN KING
4831 KINGS ROAD
BASCOM, FL 32423
SEC. 1-4S-9W LOTS LOTS
1,2, BLK A, 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)


Looking for a copy of


The Calhoun-Liberty


JO URNAL?


7heJournal is available

from the following area -


stores, as well as ,our fice

at 11493 NW Summers


Road in Bristol.



CALHOUN COUNTY
*The Southern Express in Blountstown,

East & West and Altha.* Petro

Hwy. 20, 69 and 71 J. C.'s in

Altha Parramore's Restaurant

* PitStop Ramsey Piggly Wig-
gly The Quick Pic Huddle House

* Connie's Kitchen Clarksville Gen-

eral Store Chapman's Grocery

in Carr Smith's Golden Drugs

* Shelton's Store Scotts Ferry Gen-

eral Store Gas Mart *,Big Bend Bait

& Tackle Southern Express in Altha

and Blountstown Harvey's


LIBERTY COUNTY

*The Southern Express in Bristol &

Hosford Lake Mystic Supermarket

* Blackburn's Store in Hosford Tom

Thompson's Store in Telogia Crow's

Citgo Hwy. 20 East Richter's Store in

Telogia Country Corner in Hosford *

BP Station in Bristol T & P's Store in

Telogia Apalachee Restaurant Ex-

press Lane
em n m o a > nc. n ms


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NOTICE
Pursuant to the amended s. 121.055,
Florida Statutes, the City of Bristol here-
by designates the following position to
the Senior Management Services Class
of the Florida Retirement System:

Position #0000000003 Senior Water/
Wastewater Operator 5.258


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BID

The Liberty County Board of County
missioners will receive sealed comp
bids fromany person, company orco
tion interested in providing the foil'
goods/service:

(1) Massey Ferguson 492 4v
drive with 18.4 x 34 back tires, "
24 front tires with- canopy and
Hog 446 Loader with joystick
with 72" bucket

(1) Off set Harrow with 22" to 26
10 1/2 spacing, width of cut 91/2
ft., number of disc 20 to 24 witl
wheels 9.5 x 15 tires.

The bid specifications may be obt
at the Liberty County Road and E
Office, 15159 NW SR 20, P.O. Bo>
Bristol, FL 32321 (telephone -
643-4040).

Please indicate on the outside c
envelope that this is a SEALED B
Tractor and Harrow. Bids should bE
to the Liberty County Clerkof Court's
at P.O. Box 399, Bristol, FL 32321.

Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m
on 06/09105,Thursday, and will be op
at the following meeting of the L
County Board of County Commissi
which is held in the Liberty County (
house, Brislol, FL- 32321, ort06/(
Thursday, at 7:00 p.m. (ET).

The board reserves the right to reject
andall bids.


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, companyorcorporation 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
10 1/2 spacing, width of cut 91/2 to 10
ft., number of disc 20 to 24 with dual
wheels 9.5 x 15 tires.

The bid specifications may be obtained at
the Liberty County Road and Bridge Office,
15159 NWSR20, P.O. Box399, Bristol, FL
32321 (telephone (850) 643-4040).

Please indicate on the outside of the enve-
lope thatthis is a SEALED LEASED BIDfor
Tractor and Harrow: Bids should be sent
to the Liberty County Clerk of Court's office
at P.O. Box 399, Bristol, FL 32321.

Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m.(ET)
on 06/09/05,Thursday, and will be opened
at the following meeting of the Liberty
County Board of County Commissioners.
which is held in the Liberty County Court-
house, Bristol, FL 32321, on 06/09105,
Thursday, at 7:00 p.m. (ET).

The board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. '*5.25.1



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY

MARCUJS WAYNE ROBERTiS '


Plaintiff,
ct any
5-25. CASE NUMBER: 05-0190-CA


FREDERICK OTTO DANIELS and
LEAH LOIS DANIELS

Defendants.


TO: Frederick Otto Daniels and Leah
Lois Daniels
Last known Address:
4559 Bentley
Troy, MI 48098-4450

YOU ARE HERBY NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet tile to the following de-
scribed real property in Jackson County,
Florida, to-wit:

Commencing at the S.W. Corner of the
W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of
Section 31, Township 2 North, Range
11 West, run East 220 feet, then run
North 1040 feet, to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence East 100 feet,
thence North 80 feet, thence West
100 feet, thence South 80 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING. The above de-
scribed land is known as Lots 6 and 7,
Block P-10, in the unrecorded Plat in
Calhoun County, Florida. PROPERTY
ID NUMBER 31-2N-11-0000-0028-9500

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Marcus Wayne
Roberts, PO BOX 76, Fountain, Florida,
32438, on or before 5 day of July, 2005,
and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court, either before service or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you fpr the relief de-
manded in the Complaint.
WITHNESS my hand and official seal of
this Court of this 18 day of May, 2005.


Clerk of the Circuit Court
Calhoun County
Ruth Attaway


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

CASE NO.: 04-197-CA

ORIGEN FINANCIAL, 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
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST JEAN DAVIS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JEAN DAVIS IF ANY; ME-
LISSAWATSON IFLIVING,AND IF DEAD,
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 DOEAND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION,

Defendantss.


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoa
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 11:00 a.m. on the 8th
day of June, 2005 the following described
property as setforth 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 BY 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 FEETTOACEN-
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
CONTINUE SOUTH 52 DEGREES 23
MINUTES 54 SECONDSWEST50.00
FEET TO THE SOUTHWESTERLY.
RIGHTOF WAY BOUNDARYOFSAID
COUNTY ROAD; THENCE ALONG
SAID SOUTHWESTERLY, RIGHT
OF WAY BOUNDARY AS' 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
CENTRALANGLE 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
09 MINUTES 41 SECONDS EAST
636.68 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.

TOGETHER WITH A 2000 DOU-
BLEWIDE MOBILE HOME VIN#'S
GAFLY54A85286ET21 AND
GAFLY54B85286ET21.


Dated this 5th day of May, 2005.

Robert Hill, Liberty Co. Clerk of Court
Vanell Summers, Deputy Clerk 5-18.5.25


NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ESTABLISH A
BRANCH BANK

As required by Section 303.7 of the Fed-
eral Deposit Insurance Corporations'
Rules and Regulations, the Wakulla
Bank has applied for consent to estab-
lish a branch office at 10911 North West
SR 20, Bristol, Florida, which is located
in Liberty County.

Any person wishing to comment on this
application may file his or her comments,
in writing, with the regional director of the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
at the appropriate FDIC office located at
10 Tenth Street, N.E., Suite 800, Atlanta,
Georgia 30309, not later than June 10,
2005. The nonconfidential portions of
the application are on file at the appro-
priate FDIC office and are available for
public inspection during regular business
hours. Photocopies of the nonconfiden-
tial portion of the application file will be
made available upon request. 525


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

Healthy Forest Initiative


The Forest Service is proposing to im-
plement a Healthy Forest Initiative (HFI)
to reduce hazardous fuels adjacent to
private land on Ihe Apalachicola National
Forest. The proposed sites are located
in (Companment 33) Section 25 of T3S,
R7W and Section 33 of T3S R6W of
Liberty County, Florida. The proposed
action in HFI include the following me-
chanical treatments:

(1)Improve and/or maintain approxi-
mately 2.36 miles of firelines along
private boundary to 20 feet wide by
disking or blading to establish a per-
manent firebreak.

(2) Commercially thin-from-below ap-
proximately 99 acres of dense stands
to 50 square feet basal area utilizing
existing roads and trails.

We will utilize our normal prescribed burn
program to maintain these treatments.
The purpose and need for this proposed
action-is to minimize the spread of cata-
strophic wildfire and to restore the forest
ecosystem. An environmental assess-
ment is currently being conducted on
this proposal, and it is anticipated that a
Decision Memo will be prepared in ac- "
cordance with Forest Service handbook
1909, 15, Section 31.2. Once a decision
is made, the proposed action may take
place immediately.

Pursuant to 36 CFR 215.5, the Re-
sponsible Official is seeking comments
on this proposal. -Comments must be
postmarked or received within 30 days
beginning the day after publication of,
this notice. Oral or hand-delivered com-
ments must be received within our nor-
mal business hours or 8:00 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Monday to Thursday and 8:00 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m. on Fridays, closed on fed-
eral holidays. Comments may be mailed
electronically to our office, in a common
digital format, at comments-southern-
florida-apalachicola@fs.fed.us.

Your comments need to be as specific as
possible and should contain the follow-
ing: 1. Name, address, and (if possible)
telephone number; 2. Title of the propos-
al on which comment is being submitted;
3. Specific facts or comments along with
supporting reasons that you believe the
Responsible Official should consider in
reaching the decision. Comments should
be sent to District Ranger, Apalachicola
Ranger District, P.O. Box 579, Bristol,
FL 32321. For more information on this
proposal contact Anthony Page at (850)
,,926'3561,ex~t..6510-&., '. o,_L'- ,',


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

CONCERNING BONDS TO FINANCE-

ACQUISITION OF RESIDENTIAL

TREATMENT FACILITIES
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA will cause to be conducted a Public Hearing on the proposed
issuance by Madison County, Florida of industrial development
revenue bonds in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding
$18,000,000 to be held on June 9, 2005, beginning at 7 p.m. or
as soon thereafter as such matter may be heard at the Liberty
County Courthouse, 10818 NW State Road 20, Bristol, Florida.

Proceeds of such bond issue will be used to finance the acquisi-
tion and renovation of juvenile correctional and detention facili-
ties to be owned by Twin Oaks Juvenile Development, LLC, a
Florida limited liability company. The project is located at 29841
SW Liberty Wilderness Camp Road, Bristol, Florida 32321, Lib-
erty County, Florida.

All interested parties are invited to present their comments at
the time and place set forth above.

Persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any deci-
sions made at this hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings, and for such purposes, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.The needs of hearing or vi-
sually impaired persons shall be met if the authority spon-
soring the meeting is contacted at least 48 hours prior to
the public hearing and special meeting by any person wish-
ing assistance.

For further information, contact Mr. Robert Hill, Clerk of the
Court, Liberty County Courthouse, State Highway 20, Bristol,
Florida 32321, telephone number (850) 643-2866.

Liberty County, Florida
by: /s/ John T. Sanders.
Chairman, Board of County Commissioners


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. Locat-
ed in Township 3 South, Range 7, 8 West, Section
83 & 28. t c 1:11 *
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KATHY WATSON
ST. GEORGE ISLAND Kathy Watson, 42,
passed away Friday, May 6, -2005 in St. George
Island. She spent most of her working life at Dug-
gan-Massey Accountants in Atlanta. She loved her
family and spending time with them, especially
her nieces, nephews and her schnauzer, "Baby."
A favorite pastime was going to the beach and she
thought St. George Island was as close to heaven
on earth as one could get.
Survivors include her father, Rudy Watson
and his wife, Johanna of Tallahassee; her mother,
Nell Franklin Money and her husband, Jerry of
Bristol; two brothers, a twin brother, Kevin Wat-
son and his wife, Sandy of Apopka and Davey
McCullough of Tampa; three sisters, Ruth Anne
Harley and her husband, Tim of South Carolina,
Renee Brimer and her husband, Pete of Georgia
and Joan Ramm and her husband, Jim of Tampa;
many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, great-nieces,
great nephews and cousins.
Services were held at Hannatown Methodist
Church in Hannatown, GA. Interment followed
in Hannatown Cemetery.
Abbey-Ribosta Funeral Home in Tallahassee
was in charge of the arrangements.

VALERIE L. BODDEN WAID GRIFFIN
JACKSONVILLE Valerie L. Bodden Waid
Griffin, 48, passed away Wednesday, May 18,
2005 in Jacksonville. She had lived in Bristol for
14 years prior to moving back to Jacksonville in
1997. She was a dedicated Direct Care Instruc-
tor at the Ed%\ ards Group Home in Jacksonville
and had also \\ worked at the Liberty Immediate
Care Facility. She was of the Baptist faith and
had attended Lake Mystic Baptist Church in
Bristol. She was a member of the East 44th Bap-
tist Church in Jacksonville.
She was preceded in death by her parents,
Willard and Vera (Minton) Bodden.
Survivors include herhusband, Lawrence Grif-
fin ofJacksonville; one son, Charles David Waid
of Jacksonville; one brother, Michael Beach of,
Jacksonville; two aunts, Beulah Schneider and
her husband, Lynn of Jacksonville and Dorothy
L. Davisof Woodstock, GA; a host of other fam-
ily and friends.
Graveside services were held Sunday, May
22, 2005 at Lake Mystic Cemetery in Bristol.
Adams Funeral Home in Bristol was in charge
of the arrangements.


RONNIE RICH
KINARD Ronnie Rich, 64, passed away
Thursday, May 19, 2005 in Blountstown. He
was a Florida native, born in Port St. Joe and
had lived in Naples many years. He had been
a professional fisherman and also worked as a
taxi driver.
He was predeceased by his parents, Clyde and
Emmaline Rich and his brother, Larry Rich.
Survivors include three sons, Jamie Rich and
his wife, Paula, of Kinard, Robbie Rich and his
wife, Belinda of Valdosta, GA and Mickey Rich
of Naples; three stepsons, Carlton Pass and his
wife, Becky of Kinard, Adam and Lonnie Heckl-
eman; one daughter, Renee Rich of Naples; two
brothers, Charlie Rich and his wife, Linda of
Emperor, Kansas and Junior Rich and his wife,
Charlotte of Marathon: 13 grandchildren and
many friends and neighbors
Graveside services were held Monday, May
23, 2005, at Holly Hill Cemetery in Port St. Joe
with Pastor Jason Lowrey officiating.
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.

DANNY RAY HINSON
TELOGIA-- Danny Ray Hinson, 50, passed
away Saturday, May 21, 2005 at his residence.
He was a lifelong resident of this area. He was
a man who loved his family, friends, hunting,
fishing and having a good time.
He was predeceased by his father, John Max-
well Hinson, his step-father, Don McKinnon and
his sister, Troy Sinclaire.
Survivors include his mother, Mary Frances
McKinnon of Telogia; two sons, Chaff Hinson
and Darius Hinson; two daughters, Judy Sunmier
of Tallahassee and Kathy Sumnerof Hosford; one
brother, David Hinson of Telogia; one grandson,
Monroe Hinson; two step-granddaughters, Missy
Crowe and April Crowe and lots of special cous-
ins, especially Diane Dutell.
Graveside services will be held Wednesday,
May 25, 2005 at 11:00 am (EST) at his residence
(29586 Vilas/Sumner Rd in Telogia) with Rev.
Mike Glisson officiating.
Hall Funeral Home in Altha was in charge of
the arrangements.

RYAN HILTON RUSSELL
BLOUNTSTOWN -
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day May 22 2005 from : "


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RACHEL CATHERINE "R.C."
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long resident of this area, she wa
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was one of the best), she loved 1
enjoyed flowers and making thing
her biggest joys was watching chi
be greatly missed by all who knev
She was predeceased by her
Musgrove in 1998 and her son, Tc
Survivors include two sons, J.I1
Altha and Jimmy Musgrove and h
Altha; one sister, Mary Carpenter
grandchildren and many great-gra
Services were held Sunday, M
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officiating. Interment followed in
etery.
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the arrangements..


automobile accident.
MUSGROVE He was born in Jackson
"R.C." Mus- County and had lived
May 19, 2005 in Calhoun County for
[arianna. A life most of his life. He worked as a mechanic for
.s a member of XWhit's Auto Repair in Blountstown. He was a
ed to cook (and 2001 graduate of Blountstown High School and
her family, she was attending Chipola College in Marianna. He
;s grow. One of was .of the Protestant faith.
ldren. She will Survivors include his parents, Raymond and
Susan Russell of Blountstown; one brother, Kyle
Russell of Blountstown; his grandparents, George
husband, D. and Eddie Lou Hilton of Marianna and Rainey
mmy Phillips. G. and Ramona G. Russell of Marianna; aunts
3. Musgrove of and uncles, David and Renee Hilton of Marianna
is wife, Rita of and Beverley and David Raley of Ridge Manor;
of Altha; four his cousins, Marshall Hilton, Allison Loren and
andchildren. Katherine Raley.
lay 22, 2005 at Services are scheduled for Wednesday, May
2harles Hewett 25, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. (CDT) from the Peavy
Chipola Cem- Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.,Francis Carlisle
officiating. Interment will follow in Nettle Ridge
as in charge of Cemetery in Blountstown.
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infestation include narrow tun-
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soil. However, don't assume that
every mound or every dead spot
indicates mole crickets. Many
things can cause a dead spot and
small mounds can be created
by earthworms. The only sure-
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technique. In a sprinkling can,
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lution to a 2-foot by 2-foot area
where you suspect mole crick-
ets. It's best to do this late in the
day and after the lawn has been
recently watered. Mole crick-
ets are not evenly distributed
throughout the turf, so repeat
the soap flush in several areas of
your lawn. If two to four mole
crickets emerge within a few
minutes, control measures are
justified.
How do you get rid of mole
crickets? Effective control de-
pends on the season of the year
and the life stage that the pests
are in at the time. Timing of con-
trols is as important as the choice
of insecticide.
Late .June or early July is
considered to be the most ideal
time to apply control measures.
This timing is based on exten-
sive research and knowledge
of the mole cricket life cycle.
Mole crickets have one genera-
tion a year. In spring, the adults
fly, mate and begin laying eggs.
Most egg laying occurs between
early May and mid-June.
It's important to treat when
the young mole crickets begin
actively feeding in early sum-
mer. The longer you allow them
to feed and grow the more dif-
ficult the task of managing them.
Adults can be very difficult to
control because of their abil-
ity to tunnel. Tunneling allows
the adults to avoid contact with
many conventional pesticides.
There are a number of prod-
ucts on the market to control
mole crickets. Look for prod-
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fluthrin, deltamethrin, fipronil,
imidacloprid or lambda-cyhalo-
thrin. Some insecticides should
be watered in after application
to move them into the root zone
of the grass. Be sure to read and
follow all label directions.
Efforts at finding non-chemi-
cal, biological control measures
have been underway in Florida
since the 1970's. There has been
some success in using the para-
sitic nematode (Steinemema
s&apterisci) against mole crick-
ets. Other imported natural en-
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clude the red-eyed brazilian fly,
and a parasitic wasp. Hopefully
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controls will be the answer to
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To place your ad, call 643-3333 or 1-800-717-3333 by noon
Eastern Time on Saturday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks.


Dog cage, steel, 4x30, can be
disassembled. Bought new, paid
$189. For more information, call
674-8517. 5-25,6-1

Camping gear includes tent which
sleeps six, Coleman stove, etc. For
more information, call 674-8517.
5-25, 6-1

Self-contained A/C and furnace
unit, 3 1/2 ton, works well. Asking
$150. Call 674-6172 after 5 p.m.
5-25,6-1

Drop-in stove, electric ceramic
glass top, black in color, $50. Call
643-2612. 5-25, 6-1

Antique piano Haines Brothers
cabinet grand DBI combo scale,
needs work and tuning, make offer.
Call 762-8743. 5-25, 6-1

Couch, burgundy, reclines at both
ends, like-new. Paid $1,000, asking
$400. Call 643-3902. 5-25, 6-1

Black Delta guitar with gray quick-
release Fort Bryan strap, including
a padded case and beginner book.
It is perfect for a beginner and is in
good condition. $110 or best offer.
Call 762-2528., 5-25,-6-1

Pre-civil war gown, beautiful
homemade, yellow-blue floral, size
10, it jusl needs a crinoline, $50 or
best offer. Call 762-2528.
S 5-25, 6-1.


Hallmark scrapbook album
new, $8: introduction to elect
tar DVD by Ben Casey, $5:;
John Starnes record in wor
condition, $5. Call 762-2528


Living room suit, three
matching sofa, love seat anc
dark green in color with oak ac
invery good condition.Asking
Call 762-4587.

Pair of glass lamps, fanc
beautiful, $300 for both. Ca
6142.

Three piece living room s
very good condition, matching
love-seat and chair, dark gr
color with oak accents, $30
762-4587.

Two aluminum six lug
10"x15", asking $75 for bot
674-8964 before 7 p.m.

Four Dodge rims, eight lug,
asking $200 for all four. Ca
8964 before 7 p.m.,

Mudd grip tires, four 32
mounted on 15x10, six lug,
num rims with center caps
tread, fits Chevy, Nissan andT
$350. Call 643-6297 (morn
379-8705 after 5:30 p.m.,

Weight bench/weights, 2.
of steel, dumbbell, $80. Ca
6076 (days) and 674-8378 (
p.m ). '

Guns, Browning gold alit
shotgun, $700; Winchester27
scope, $450; Browning prc
22 pistol with holster, $450;
9mm with holster,. $300, Ca
464.4 .


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Sleeping bag for$3; two bird cages,
$10; several large boxes of clean
clothes; two drawer filing cabinet,
$2; queen size headboard, one
coffee table, variety of dishes, little
white table; two rows of auditorium
seats, $10; nice upholstered chair,
$5; big box of assorted books, baby
carrier with no pad, $2; exercise
bench, $2; nice suitcase for $5;
Kenbolt organ, needs repairsfor$5;
many more items to make an offer.
Call 379-8111. 5-25,6-1

Solid Oak computer cabinet, 36",
very nice, $200. Call 762-8418.
5-25,6-1

Sunnyburt 16" barrel saddle,
bridle and martingayle, saddle pad,
halter and lead rope, $600 value
will sell for $450 or best offer. Call
627-3370. 5-25, 6-1

MiniMax 400 pool heater, heats
large pool, $850 firm. Call 762-
8884. 5-25, 6-1

Riding lawn mower, new blades
and battery, $150. Call 762-8884.
5-25, 6-1

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, -25


B. Dump trailer, twin cylinders, 6x10,
5-25, 6-1 hardly used, 7,000 pound capacity.
Any reasonable offeraccepted. Call
piece. 643-4267. 5-18,5-25
d chair,
accents, Miscellaneous furniture in good
g $300. shape, located at Lot 14, Trailer City
5-25, 6-1 in Blountstown. 5-18,5-25

cy and Emergency phone dialer with
11 674- remove transmitter, like new, $100.
5-25,6-1 Call 674-8385. 5-18,5-25

suit, in Large Mac toolbox complete with
g sofa, hand tools (Snap-On, Mac and
green in Craftsman), asking $5,000. Call
0. Call 674-5669 (home) or 643-8210,
5-25, 6-1 (cell). 5-18, 5-25

rims, TV, 15" Sylvania, $20. Call 643-
h. Call 5991. 5-18,5-25
5-25,6-1
Computer, internet ready, good
8"x16", condition $250. Call 674-8437.
II 674- 5-18,5-25.
5-25, 6-1
TV, 20" good condition $39. Call
2/1150 674-8437. 5-18,5-25
alumi-
good Comic books, $175 per 1000. Call
Toyota, 674-5237. 5-18,5-25
ing) or
5-25, 6-1 Couch, brown plaid for $20. Com-
puter desk for $10. Double bed
50 Ibs frame, solid oak, for $30. Lots of
.II 643- little boyclothes, some still withtags.
after 6 Wedding gown, full length with train.
5-25, 6-' Paid $300, will sell for $30. Many
other items to sell. Call 643-2181,
omatici for details. 5-18, 5-25
70 with.
target Lorain 40 dragline. 3/4 yard, for
Ruger $5,500. Hendrix halt-yard bucket
.ll 762- with chaih and sidebar for $50,0.
.p , Calf 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, for 250 each. Call
674-5100. 5-18,5-25


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2003 Chevrolet S-10 pickup, V-6
automatic transmission, A/C, power
steering and brakes, Pioneer AM/
FM CD player, tilt steering, cruise
control with 23,000 miles. Asking
$12,000. Call 643-5341. 5-25, 6-1

1997 Mercury Grand Marquis LS,-
fourdoor, extra clean, like new. Call
643-5328 for details. 5-25,6-1

1994 GMC Sonoma, 4x4, asking
$4,500. Call 643-5117. 5-25, 6-1

1994 Nissan, king cab, 4x4 with
V-6, green, cold A/C, chrome rims,
33/1250 tires, CD player, excellent
condition, needs engine work. Ask-
ing $1,000 firm. Call 379-9505.
5-25, 6-1

1985 Ford Thunderbird, not run-
ning, needs work, make offer. Call
762-8743. 5-25,6-1

1989 Pontiac Firebird, red, needs
work, make offer. Call 762-8743.
5-25, 6-1

Two 4x4 rear-ends for Jeep CJ7,
make offer. Call 643-2211.
5-25,6-1

1995 Ford Contour, good body,
good tires, engine needs repair,
$350. Call 379-8442. -_5 6-1

1993 Mazda Miata Convertible, 5
speed, cold AC, cloth interior, sport
wheels, car cover,-six CD changer,
131,000.miles, great gas mileage,
$2,900 firm., Call 566-9922(cell).


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1986 Toyota Celica, automatic
transmission, cloth interior, AM/FM
radio, new tires, 105,000 miles,
$800 firm. Call 566-9922(cell).
5-25, 6-1

1996 Mercury Sable station wag-
on, third seat in back, new motor
less than 45,000 miles, $3,200 or
best offer. Call 674-8245.
5-25,6-1

1993 Mitsubishi Diamante sta-
tion wagon, new head work, great
work car, $900 or best offer. Call
674-8245. 5-25, 6-1

Wild Spirit 6 lug 31x10.50 radial
151t wheels and tires, $100 for the
four. Call 762-8884. 5-25, 6-1

2003 Chevrolet Z-71, extended
cab, custom rims, new tires, fender
flares, tool box, 39,000 miles. Sac-
rifice for $22,500. Call 272-6168 or
762-8234. 5-18,5-25

1992 F-150 truck, 4x4, automatic,
new motor and transmission, runs
and looks good. Asking $2,500 or
best offer. Call 379-8073. 5-18,5-25

1978 Ford F-100, needs little work,
$800. Call 643-1236. ;.

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. 8,,5-25
1990 Pontiac Bonneville, V-6, four
door, new tires, runs good, white in
color. As is for $1,000 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, toolbox, 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-

1997 Mercury Grand Marquis LS,
4 Door, extra clean-like new. Call
643-5328 for details. 5-18,5-25

1995 Mustang; V6, 5 speed,
147,000 miles, comes with 17"'
wheels, AM/FM, brand new CD
player, gray interior, good condi-
tion, dependable, daily driver,
asking $3,000 or best offer. Call
674-2255 or 643-6942 and leave
a message. 5-25T. 6-29


William's Home
Improvements
"No Job Too Big or Small"
Licensed & Insured, contractor & roofer
Concrete wor larndscape ---
pressure 7tleaning
renovations, eA.ileiS
gutter, pairing. vnyl "
& screen ern:ic:ure
FOR FREE ESTIMATES S
Call 674-8092


Stump grinding

Reasonable rates
Free estimates

Call
Chris Nissley
674-8081 or
643-8561 (Cell)












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In Bristol

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Polaris 300 ATV, 4x4, automatic,
good tires, gun rack, runs great,
$2,000. Call 762-4464. 5-25,6-1

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



1983 Comfort travel trailer, 23ft.
bumber pull, new refrigerator, micro-
wave, CD player, cold AC, $2,500.
Call 762-4464. 5-25,6-1

1970 Shasta pull-behind camper,
interior redone, good condition,
$500. Call 674-3234, leave mes-


sage.


5-18,5-25


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

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


1997 Damon Challenger, fifth
wheel, 33 ft. with two slides,
$12,500. Call 643-3881. 5-18, 5-25



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 saltwater, 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



Kittens, free to a good home. Call
674-4046, evenings. 5-25, e-1





Two bedroom,
two bath,
located in Bristol.
Call 643-8123,
for more
information.



AUCTION
Will be CLOSED
first Saturday, June 4.
The auction will re-open
July 2 at 7 p.m. Trading
Post will be open 9 a.m.
every Saturday. Free
setup for yard sale every
Saturday.
Public is invited.
Phone 643-7740
AB1226 AU0001722


, Montgomery Realty Inc.


Golden retriever, 5 years old, AKC
female, spayed and very friendly.
Free to a good home, owner must
have fenced in yard and kids that
will play with her. Call 379-8651 or
413-2764. 5-25, -1

Boxer bulldog mix, $50; wolf,
$100. Call 762-4515. 5-25, 6-1

American pit bull puppies, 8
weeks old, two males and females,
$400 each. Call 237-8141. 5-25, 6-1

Puppies, CKC registered, Pomera-
nian, $350; poodle, $300. Call 674-
3410. 5-25, 6-1

Registered quarter horse, geld-
ing and four year old registered
Appaloosa Stallion, $1,500 each.
Call 674-8596. 5-25,6-1

Puppies, mother is Lab and Blue
Heeler mix, father is Dalmation, all
have different markings, free to a
good home. Call 674-9439.
5-25, 6-1

Cocker Spaniel, black and blonde,
six month old male, $150. Call 379-
3232. 5-25, 6-1

Kittens, free to loving homes, litter
box trained. Call 762-8418.
5-25, 6-1

Golden retriever, male, three years
old, have papers, interested person
must, have large fenced yard and
show him lots of attention. Has all
shots. I have to sell him for health
reasons. Asking $300. Call 762-
8884. 5-25,6-1

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


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. 518, 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
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



Wanted: Good used dirt bike, rea-
|sonable price. Call 379-3078 after
6 p.m. 5-25,6-1

Wanted: responsible person to
babysit three children ages 7,6 and
5 months in my home, Monday thru
Friday. Refrences preferred. Call
379-8374. 5-25, 6-1


Wanted: Electric fish scaler. Call
762-8883. 5-25, 6-1

Wanted: 3 bedroom house for
a preacher and his family from
Trinidad in or around Altha or
Blountstown area by June. Call 762-
8884. 5-25, 6-1

Wanted: A house (not a trailer)
with 3 or 4 bedroom anywhere in
Calhoun County as soon as pos-
sible to rent or option to buy. If you
knowof anywhere oryou might have
a place yourself, please contact
Angela at 674-1094. 5-25, e-1

Wanted: Female poodle for breed-
ing purposes. Call 643-5436.
5-18, 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. -1. ,5-25,
.>, c t >. i .s a > t)


Wanted: Junk cars and trucks, any
condition, no charge for removal.
Call 762-8459. 4-27,6-29



Found: Dog on Hwy. 71 North close
to John F. Bailey Rd. Call 674-7897
to identify. 5-25,6-1



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

28x64 mobile home, three bed-
room, two bath, garden tub, new
carpet. Located on two lots, asking
$58,000. Call 674-4404. 5-18, 5-25

1996 Fleetwood singlewide,
14x75, completely refurbished,
three bedroom, two bath, garden
tub, roomy, cathedral ceilings,
$10,000. Call 899-6020. 5-25, 6-1


1987 Champion single wide mo-
bile home, 2BR/2BA, all electric
except gas heat, front screened in
porch, small deck on back, 14x17
white/blue, located 4 1/2 miles on
left on Smith Creek Rd., must be
moved, $10,000 or best offer, great
starter home. Call 575-8898 for
.appointment to view, leave mes-
sage. 5-25,6-1


Very large yard sale, Friday, May
27 and Saturday, May 28, begin-
ning at 8 a.m. located on Hwy. 71
North Jim Godwin Rd. inside the
fellowship hall beside Chipola Com-
munity Church. Will have furniture,
household items, toys, all size
clothes, women large sizes, men
and children clothes, baby clothes,
have to come and see all we have
too much to list. For directions or
information, phone 674-8434 or
674-2422. 5-25

Three family yard sale, will be
held inside, some old furniture and
antiques, household items, May27,
three miles north of Blountstown,
corner of Hwy. 71 and Magnolia
Church Rd. Phone 674-1652.
5-25

Yard Sale, Saturday, May 28 at
18924 NE Jim Durham Rd. in
Blountstown, starts at7 a.m. Phone
674-8596. 5-25

Yard Sale, Saturday, May 28 from
9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at 15388 NW
JW Rackley Rd. in Altha; miscella-
nous items, computer items, video
games, electronic collectables,
to many items to list. Phone 762-
9219. 5-25

Inside sale, Saturday, June 4 from
7 a.m. until 1 p.m. at St. Francis
Church at 16498 SW Gaskin St. in
Blountstown; inside sale and baked
goods at the old Chapel. 5-25, 6-1

Yard Sale, Friday, May 27 and Sat-
urday, 28 at 7 a.m., Mossey Pond
area 274 West follow signs from
Shelton's Corner; furniture, toys
and miscellaneous items. Phone-
762-3463. '-


Summerwind Subdivision

22 lots, .5 to 1 acre + priced to sell from $17,900 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.


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


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removing it, according to a report from the Calhoun County Sheriff's
Department.
Deputies learned that car had originally belonged to McClendon, who
had left it on the side of the road in Sneads when it broke down over a
year ago. The car was picked up by Gainer's Towing, which kept the
car for several months with the storage bills adding up.
McClendon said she had the car financed with a friend and they had
a lien against it so she picked it up from Williams' Altha residence. The
towing company owner told a deputy he had talked with McClendon
several times about the car and she was aware of the sale.
At the time the car was taken, Williams had just moved out of her
Altha home and into the residence of McClendon's ex-husband, Joseph
Littleton Bramblett, 28.
Williams told deputies she bought the car for parts for $350. Bramblett
produced a receipt for the purchase from the towing company. Williams
said McClendon was aware she had purchased the car because they have
seen each other every other weekend when the former couple's children
are picked up and dropped off.
Deputies found the car parked in a shed behind McClendon's home.
She was booked into the Calhoun County Jail Thursday and given a
conditional release Friday.
Argument with girlfriend leads to arrest
A Bristol man was arrested for disorderly intoxication after a Liberty
County Sheriff's deputy'drove up on him in the midst of an argument
with his girlfriend just before 1 a.m. Sunday.
Deputy Wes Harsey was patrolling on County Road 12 South when he
saw a man, later identified as Daniel Bernard Brunson ll, 22, standing
by the driver's window of car, yelling loudly and gestering violently.
As he drove past, the deputy could hear Brunson shouting numerous
obsenities.
Harsey stopped and approached the man, who then turned and began
cursing at him before walking off. When the deputy asked him to stop
he continued to walk away.
Harsey then spoke to the woman in the car, who said Brunson had
been drinking throughout the evening and was very intoxicated. She
told the officer that she was all right.
A second deputy arrived and attempted to talk with Brunson. When
-DeputN Chuck Barber reached for the man's arm to stop him from walk-
ing away, Brunson resisted but quickly calmed down.
Brunson acknowledged that he had probably had too much to drink
and said he just wanted to get away from his girlfriend, who was
"'harrassing him."
After being booked into the county jail, he was released later that
day on $100 bond.
Ex-husband arrested for domestic battery
A Calhoun County man % as arrested on a domestic battery charge
after his ex-wife told deputies he had held a gun to her head and then
hit her in the back of the head with his fist.
Donna Williams reported the incident Friday morning and gave
a sworn statement about the alleged attack, saying that when Darryl
Williams, 43, put a rifle to her head, she slapped it away and threat it
in the yard.
The deputy reported that there was a noticeable lump on her head.
When the officer made contact with the ex-husband, he denied hitting
the woman and said he did not have a gun. The deputy found.that the
man did have a BB gun and examined it. He noted in his report that the
gun did not have any marks on it from being thrown down. The deputy
did not locate any other firearm at Williams' residence in Kinard.
After being booked into the county jail, Williams was released Monday.

The Liberty

County Landfill pI
will be closed Monday, May 30, :
in observance of Memorial Day.,
Monday's recycling will be
picked up on Tuesday.

Carroll Copeland
Liberty County Recycling
SCoordinator/Landfil Manager' "" .


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:^^ The Liberty County Republican

Executive Committee and the

Florida Police Benevolent

Association invite you to a



FREE FISH FRY

honoring



Marti Coley,

Candidate for Florida

House District 7 (R).


Thursday, May 26th,

6:00 p.m. (Eastern)

Veteran's Memorial Park/

Civic Center on Hwy. 12

One Mile South of Bristol

Maximum Contribution $500. Please make
checks payable to Marti Coley Campaign.
Political advertisement paid for by the Liberty County Republican Executive Committee and
approved by Marli Coley, Republican, for Florida House District 7. The purchase of a ticket for,
S' or a contribution to, the campaign fund raiser is a contribution to.the campaign of Marti Coley.





MAY 25,2005 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 27

m,, CALHOUN CO. ADULT
', ;. ;SCHOOL GRADUATES
Jl ,l. Shown here are the students who got their
.".- ; high school diploma on May 16 through the
LA. .- JCalhoun County adult school from June of
S ~2004 to present Pictured, front row, left to
..- i right, Jesse Hill, Lynette Mitchem, Marittza
4 Contreras, Vada "Cookie" Tipton; second
", row, Tricia Basney, Jessica Connelly, Bran-
4'dy Thomas; third row, Tessa Smith, Shan-
non Edenfield-Tillman, Mary Bodiford-Fore-
man, Jennifer Turner, Trey Varnum; fourth
,. .- row, Matthew Bates, Chris White, Benjamin
SBarfield, Angela Vanwagner; last row, Kath-
ryn Swearengin, Brandi O'Bryan, Justin
S.Chestnutt. Not pictured, Amanda Womble,
"t Hank Barfield, Storm Brown, Angela Brox-
-F" ,ton, Jennifer Earnest, Rachel Florek, Lorene
-.Godwin, Jessica Goff, Taryn Hussey, Eliza-
,, ; .. .beth Kaufman, Sandra Klages, Marian Kelly,
.-James Travis McCardle, Johnny McClendon,
-j4 -- -,-Jennifer Shepherd, Sonny Sikes, Nathan
.Smallwood, Colt Summerlin, Rebecca Wal-
place.


The Twelve Days of


Hurricane Season run


June 1 thru June 12


from the American Red Cross
From June 1 through June 12,
Floridians can save while prepar-
ing themselves for the- 2005 Hur-
ricane Season. Florida's Hurricane
Preparedness Sales Tax Exemption
will allow'individuals and families
an opportunity to purchase cer-
tain disaster preparedness supplies
without paying sales tax.
S To help Floridians prepare for
hurricanes and other disasters, Flor-
ida's American Red Cross chapters
.- are recognizing the Twelve Days
of Hurricane Season. .
*On the First Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
WATER CONTAINER. Having an
ample supply of clean water is a
priority in an emergency.
*On the Second Day of Hur-
ricane Season the American Red
Cross recommends that you pur-
chase a NOAA WEATHER RA-
DIO. As the voice of the National
Weather Service, a Weather Radio-
provides continuous broadcasts
of the latest weather information
directly from a National Weather
Services Forecast Office. During
severe weather routine broadcast-
ing is interrupted and special watch
and warning messages are issued.
*On the Third Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
FIRE EXTINGUISHER. Install
A-B-C type Fire Extinguishers in
the home and teach all household
members how to use them.
*On the Fourth Day of Hur-
ricane Season the American Red
Cross recommends that you pur-
chase PLASTIC SHEETING.
Plastic sheeting is a vital part of a
Family Disaster Supplies Kit.
*On the Fifth Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
supply of CANNED FOOD. Store
at least a three-days supply of non-
perishable food.
*On the Sixth Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
GENERATOR. A generator can be
', a 'coneent' Icoure-of power-af--


ter a hurricane strikes. Generators
should be properly installed and
used safely.
*On the Seventh Day of Hur-
ricane Season the American Red
Cross recommends that you pur-
chase a FLASHLIGHT. As simple
as a Flashlight is, it can become a
very important tool during and af-
ter disaster strikes. Every Family
Disaster Supplies Kit should con-
tain a Flashlight and spare batter-
ies.-
*On the Eighth Day of Hur-
ricane Season the American Red,
Cross recommends that you pur-
chase a complete FAMILY DI-
SASTER SUPPLIES KIT. A fami-
ly will cope best by preparing for a
disaster before it strikes. One way
to prepare is by assembling a Fam-
ily Disaster Supplies Kit. Once
disaster hits, you won't have time
shop and search for supplies..
*On the Ninth Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase
a SLEEPING BAG, If you have
to evacuate your home, a sleep-
ing bag will provide you with ex-
tra comfort when you arrive at an
American Red Cross shelter.
*On the 10th Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase a
FIRST AID KIT. Because the first
five minutes of a medical emergen-
cy are critical every individual and
family should have a First Aid Kit
in their home and vehicle and on
their boat.
, *On the 11th Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase
needed supplies to install HUR-
RICANE SHUTTERS on every
window of the home. Installing
hurricane shutters on all windows
of a home will help to- mitigate
the damage due to a storms severe
winds.
*On the 12Ih Day of Hurricane
Season the American Red Cross
recommends that you purchase
DUCT.TAPE. Duct tape is one
of the many' items' that should
be in a Family Disaster Supplies
K it '- *" "I


One Stop Career Center
16908 NEPear S. Suite2; .
BlounLstown Phone (850) 874-5086
The following positions are
available: Service Technician,
Sod Laborer, Floor Technician,
Teller, Accountant Assistant,
Heavy Equipment Mechanic,
Medical Technologist, Lumber
Yard/Warehouse Manager,
Nursery Worker. EEO
Service Chipola Workforce Board UFN


TRUCK DRIVER \
WANTED
(Class A CDL)
Company in Perry, FL
Flat bed and box van.
Good pay and benefits.

Call:
Office # (850) 584-8422
or Fax # (850) 584-6202/


Interim Healthcare
has an immediate
opening for a
CNA/CHM in the
Altha and
Blountstown area.

Please call 482-2770
between the hours of
8 a.m. 5 p.m.
to schedule an interview.
.4-27T. 6-15


JOBOPENINGS
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 of
schools located at 12926 NW CR 12, Bristol, FL. Office hours are from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.

ELEMENTARY TEACHER
Location: Hosford School

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
* Bachelor's degree from an accredited educational institution.
* Certified in appropriate area or willing to work toward certification.
* Must provide written references upon request from the Superintendent.

COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $29,595 $47,006

CUSTODIAN
Location: Hosford School

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:;
* High School Diploma or equivalent.
* Experience in custodial work or equivalent is preferred.
* Must provide written references upon request from the Superintendent.

COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $18,210 $19,254

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

Applications will be received from:
May 20 June 3, 2005

Employment will be contingent upon fingerprints being cleared by FDLE

Only Current Applications will be considered :

Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion. s-x, a.qe. National origin, handicap or
marital status.
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King Tut unearthed at Mary Brogan.Museum of Art and Science


from Mary Brogan Museum
TALLAHASSEE The
Mary Brogan Museum of Art
and Science, in association
with the Texas Museum of
Natural History and the Inter-
national Museum Institute of
Texas, presents Tutankhamun:
Wonderful Things from the
Pharaoh's Tomb.
This unique exhibition
opens to the public with Tut-A-
Rama, a party fit for a pharaoh,
on Saturday, June 4 and runs
through Nov. 27. The opening
event will feature Egyptian-
themed activities for kids and
adults alike, including face
painting, a scarab digbox, the
Nile Cruiser design challenge
and jewelry making. Live mu-
sic and wonderful food from
local eateries will complete the
festivities as we welcome Tut
to Tallahassee.
This event is free to mem-
bers. Non-members are invited
to join the museum during the
June 4 event at $10 off the reg-
ular membership price. Non-
members may also participate
for the price of admission.
Ten years in the making,
from the artisans of the Phara-
onic Village in Egypt, Chica-
go's Field Museum and the
Metropolitan Museum of Art,
this dazzling collection of re-
productions of Tatankhamun's
legendary treasures recreates
the richest archeological find
of all time.
Ninety-four replicas of the
pharaoh's sacred and personal
possessions, as well as associ-
ated artifacts from the period
surrounding Tatankhamun's
reign, reconstruct both the his-
toric discovery of the tomb by
Howard Carter and the life and

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times of Egypt's celebrated
boy king. Individual reproduc-
tions include Tut's magnificent
golden throne, sparkling jew-
elry and his spectacular funer-
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Illuminating the tumultuous
times in which he lived, the ex-
hibition explores the pharaoh's
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