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Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 2005
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The Calhoun-Liberty




JOURNAL


In effort to get gas money for stolen truck

Man charged with breaking


into home, attacking couple
by Teresa Eubanks. in the face. When
Journal Editor "she confronted the in-
n intoxicated truder, he hit her in
kman \"ho ad- the face and left her
mitted he stole a truck Z ith a nosebleed. The


Celebrating Freedom
Ann Marie Brown, above, took part in the annual 'Walk to
Liberty' across the Trammell Bridge Saturday morning before an
rIndependenceDay
ceremony held at
I milow Veterans Civic Center.
I -ilNeil Thrasher, left,
SP leads the procession
= while carrying the
flag. VFW District
N II Past Commander
i Arnie Gruning,
below, presents
-la trophy to Nicky
Phillips, VFW Post
..12010 Commander,
recognizing his
organization for being
named second in the
state (out of 233 posts)
for their Loyalty Day
SPrograms. For more
on the day's events,
n'see page 15.
TERESA ELIBAiJKS PHOTOS


and entered a Calhoun
County home to find -
gas money was ar-
rested earls Monday
on charges including
armed burglary. use James Robert Bailey of
of burglary tools, ag- without bond in Blounts
gravated battery %\ ith a deadly weapon and
simple battery.
Officers responding to a report of a break-
in at 22677 NW White Lake Alenue at 3:30
a.m. July 4 found the intruder. 20-year-old
James Robert Bailey of Bay County fighting
on the bedroom floor with the homeowner's
companion, Cecil Golden. 62, according to
a report from the Calhoun County Sheriff's
Department.
Elsie L. Holcomb. 60. reported that she and
Golden %woke up to find Bailey hitting Golden


by Teresa Eubanks,
Journal Editor
A fire destroyed
one apartment
and left smoke and
water damage in three
adjoining units on
Charlie Johns Street
in Blountsto\ n Sun-
day night.
Firefighters % ere
dispatched to Chipola
Manor Apartments
at 9:48 p.nm.. % here
they found one unit
engulfed.
"I have no idea ho"%
it started." said Mar\ A Calhoun County fin
lMcAlpin. 60, who Chipola Manor apart
was awakened by a
smoke alarm to find her apartment in flames.
She and a friend who was staying with her got
out, but McAlpin, who is on oxygen, injtu red her
arm and a toe when she tripped outside.
Several ox gen bottles inside her home
exploded and fueled the fire after it started, ac-
cording to Blounttown Fire Chief Ben Hall.
"We don't kno%% the cause." he said. Hall said.
an investigator with the fire marshal's office has
said the blaze. which started in the bedroom.
appear, accidental.
"' lost| eveilyjthing and I had a beautiful
home," McAlpin said. She is now staying at
Calhoun-Liberty Iospital after suffering smoke


t o men then began to
struggle and Golden
S\as stabbed in the
neck.
S -., The couple said
3ay County is being held BaileN. who they de-
wn. scribed as "extremely
intoxicated" accused Golden of stealing his
wife. He then told them he w\as "looking for his
red horse" because it had been stolen.
During the altercation, Holcomb's dog bit
Bailey several times. leaving bite marks on his
side and back.
When deputies arrived they found Bailey
shirtless % ith blood on him. Golden %%as bleed-
ing from the head, face and neck and his shirt
had been partial. torn off.
When Baile\ refused to comply w ith depu-
See BREAK-IN continued inside on page 2


refighter looks over the charred interior of the
tment. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO


inhalation. The hospital is across the street from
Chipola Manor.
Each building,at Chipola Manor has four
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SCALHOUN COUNTY
June 28: Daniel Lipford, petty theft, VOP, Jacquelyn Hill,
VOP, Marcus Gatlin, VOP;Gregory Durr, VOP.
June 29: Michael Thompson, VOCC (state); Jere.my Hazel-
wood, trespass on real structure.
July 1: Sharon Brownell, sale of controlled substance (Frank-
lin Co.); Mary J. Tyre, violation, suspended sentence.
July 2: Amanda McClendon, battery criminal mischief;Dustin
Barfield, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana
July 3: Curtis Huie, driving while license suspended or
revoked.
July 4: James Bailey, armed burglary burglary tools, aggra-
vated battery with deadly weapon, simple battery, VOP

LIBERTY COUNTY
June 27: Alejandro Ortigoza, no valid driver's license.
June 28: Aaron Burton, VOP; David Garcia, driving while
license suspended or revoked; John Woodruff, FTA, grand
theft.
June 29: James M. Reed, VOP petty theft, writ of attach-
ment.
July 2: Christie L. McCormick, FTA, driving while license
suspended or revoked.
July 3: Steven E. Keith, driving while license suspended or
reveoked;Justin:Blake Smith, possession of drug paraphernalia,
possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis; Everett J. Ellis,
possession of alcohol by person under the age of 21.

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Blouitstown Police Dept. ;"
June 27 through July 3, 2005 (
Citations issued:
Accidents............ 01 Traffic Citations...............14
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)......47
Business alarms....02 Residential alarms..........00
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Vehicles collide on County Road 274 Friday
One man was taken to the hospital with minorinjuries after two vehicles collided Friday afternoon
along County Road 274, just west of Hall Funeral Home. Daniel Pitts, 18, was traveling west and:
stopped to make a left hand turn into a driveway when he pulled into the path of an eastbound
vehicle, driven by J.D. Whitt, 40. Whitt's 1999 Chevrolet SUV struck the right front corner panel
of Pitts' 1986 Dodge, knocking it into the ditch. Pitts was taken to the emergency room, where
he was treated and released. TERESA EUBANKS PHOTO



BRIEAK= L~IN contea~inu(ed from pae 1f~


ties, he was subdued with a taser
gun and handcuffed. During a
search of his pockets, deputies
found a hard plastic card that
was broken on one end and ap-
peared to have been used to pry
something open. Deputies noted
that the suspect smelled strongly
of alcohol. He declined medical
treatment.
Bailey, who had numerous cuts
and abrasions to his head and face
in addition to the stab wound in
his neck, was transported to Bay


Convenience

store worker

charged with

grand theft
A Liberty County woman was
arrested last month for grand theft
after she allegedly stole $920
from her employer at a Hosford
convenience store.
The charge is a third-degree
felony.
According to a report from
the Liberty County Sheriff's
Office, Dana Garner took cash
in amounts varying from $40 to
$500 from the cash register at the
Country Comer in six separate
incidents in April.
According to store manager
Sandra Pennington, Garnter took
$500 on April 27, about the same
time she had a $300 paycheck
coming to her.
Pennington said each time
Garner took money, she left a
signed IOU, despite the fact that
she had been told not to take
anything from the store,
"I offered to work with her
to pay it back by putting her on
the day shift as a cook but she
wouldn't come in to work, Pen-
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Medical Center. He was treated
and released later that day.
A broken steak knife handle
and a bloody knife blade was.
found on the floor next to the bed.
Blood was found on a pillow, the
bedspread, on the floor at the foot
of the bed and on a door beside'
the bed.
Bailey was taken to the sher-
iff's department, where he gave
deputies a statement about the
night's events. He admitted that
he had been drinking heavily,
consuming liquor as well as nu-
merous beers after he woke up
around 3 p.m. Sunday. He said
he had used between 1/4 and 1/2
gram of methamphetamine and
had smoked about five grams of
marijuana.
Sometime Sunday evening, he
said he was pulled over by an of-
ficer and fled on foot and wound
up at Panama City Beach. Along-
the beach, he said he fond a Ford
pickup with the keys in it and
drove off in it, thinking that of-
ficers were looking for him after
he fled the traffic stop.


After arriving in Calhoun
County, he realized he was low
on fuel and started breaking into
vehicles looking for money or.
keys. When he came to the Hol-
comb, home, he told, deputies he
decided to go inside because it
was in a secluded area. He stated
that he broke through the back
door, using a plastic card found
in his pocket. .He said Golden
jumped him when he walked into
the bedroom and that he grabbed
a knife near the bed in an attempt
to fight off the 62-year-old man
so that he could get away.
Deputies discovered Bailey is
on state probation for grand theft
and burglary.
It was verified that the truck.
Bailey had been in was stolen
from Panama City Beach in the
early morning hours of July 4.
While booking him into the
county jail, deputies found that
Bailey was wearing a pair of
stolen New Balance shoes, which
were returned to the owner.
lie is being held without bond
in the Calhoun County Jail.


Boat landing confrontation

leads to arrest for battery
A close call between a boat and a vehicle June 26 at Neal Land-
ing has led to the arrest of a Calhoun County woman on battery and
criminal mischief charges.
Amber Peacock and Casey Peacock were loading up their boat at
the landing just before 8 p.m. when a Jeep pulling a pontoon boat
nearly struck their pickup. One of the women yelled at the occupants
of the vehicle not to hit the truck.
Amanda McClendon responded by getting out of the Jeep, started
-LcreaI-iing at one of the women and ran toward her, according to the
complaint hhi.., at the ..w, iill -, department. The woman got in the
truckas~,kI.Cii'1' '1i approached -,itl Iili be-.,iii hinini tihn 2001 Ford
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1 egg with grits and toast, $1.50
2 eggs with grits and sausage or bacon, $2.25
Sausage gravy and buscuit (1) .99 cents (2) $1.50
Lunch Specials Mon. Wed. 11 ,a.m. 2 p.m.
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apartments, which are divided by fire walls, according to Sandy
Sherrod, who manages the apartments with her husband, Tom. "As
bad as the fire was, it didn't spread from apartment A-3," she said.
Firefighters had to go in through the roof of adjoining apartments to
battle the blaze, which left-some water and smoke damage in three
other units.
The occupants of those units have moved out until the power can
be restored, she said.
There is one recently-vacated apartment which they hope to get
ready soon for McAlpin, according to Sherrod.
"She asked yesterday if there was anything left in her apartment,"
Sherrod said. "It just broke my heart to have to tell her there's not a
thing in there that can be salvaged."
Sherrod said, "A couple of the tenants here saw the fire pretty
early, ran over and immediately started getting everybody out of that
building. Everybody out here just really pulled together and worked
to help each other," she said. "It was a really bad fire."
It took firefighters from the Blountstown Fire Department and
members of the Nettle Ridge Fire Department about 30 minutes to
put out the fire.
"They were wonderful. I.was so impressed," Sherrod said of the
efforts of emergency workers at the scene.

HOW YOU CAN HELP
Like many of the tenants at Chipola Manor, Mary McAlpin lives
on a fixed income and lost all she had in the fire. Sherrod said they
will be accepting donations of household items and clothing at the
Chipola Manor office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. If you
have something to bring by after hours, just leave it at the door.
McAlpin wears a size 3x and 4x and is in need of all the basics to
set up housekeeping.
For more information about donating, contact Sherrod at 674-
5500.


Weekend fire destroys new


two-story home


in Altha ,..;j1..


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A late-night fire destroyed
a newly-built home in
Altha Saturday, just a week
before the owners Joey and
Chris Peacock were sched-
uled to move in.
The two-story home, which
was built of Hardiboard siding
with a metal roof, had been
under construction for over six
months.
A drier wlib turned off
County Road 274 onto J.P. Pea-
cock Road just before midnight
spotted the burning house on a
hill in the distance and stopped
at a nearby residence to call for
help.
The cause of the blaze that
destroyed the 2,250-square-foot
structure has not been deter-
mined, but Peacock says he
suspects it may have been due to
a problem with a ceiling fan.
"We were, working on the
bedroom floor earlier that day
and I heard the ceiling fan mak-
ing a metal-to-metal grinding
sound," he said. He said he
didn't hear the sound later that
day. "About 9:30 that night we


The Peacocks'home is shown at top after the fire. The photo
above shows how the house looked as it neared completion last
month. PHOTOS BY JOHNNY EUBANKS and BILL PEACOCK


went back one last time to look
around," he said. "I turned the
ceiling fan on low." He added,
"it was the only thing that was
on when we left; nothing was
plugged in."
The fire appears to have
started in that area of the house,
he said.
Altha Fire Chief Scott Wal-
dorff noted that the floor was
being sealed with linseed oil
that day and the fumes could
have built up, leading to a fire.
He said Tuesday he was wait-
ing to hear from the state fire
marshal's office about a possible


cause.
While no furniture was lost,
months of work by family
and friends went up in flames.
Peacock, who was working as
his own contractor, said he had
many friends that had helped
with the house. One friend
whose tools were still there lost
a table saw, a miter saw, air guns
and numerous hand tools.
The couple plan to rebuild at
the site but Peacock said there's
one thing he would do differ-
ently he'll never walk out of
a room and leave a ceiling fan
running again.


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Six hurt in single-vehicle accident
Six people were taken to the emergency room after the driver
of the SUV shown above lost control of the vehicle around
noon Sunday. According to the report from the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Department, the SUV was traveling north on
State Road 73 North near Laramore Road when it pulled out
to pass another vehicle. The vehicle then went off the road,
traveling onto the west shoulder and overturned, striking a chain
link fence and hitting several pine trees. JOHNNY EUBANKS






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Web site page

creation topic

of next meeting
Do \ou hate a Web site-' In today',
electronic w~orld. man\ business and
individuals expect to find a wealth of
information on the Internet If \our bui-
ness does not ha'e a Web site. you are
missing a valuable opportunity to market
and possibly improve your business.
At the Calhoun Counts Chamber of
Commerce's regular membership meet-
ing on Thursday. Julh 21 at noon iCTi.
the guest speaker %, ill describe ho%\ Op-
portunimt Florida. in cooperation kwith
your local Chamber. can help you create
(free) a one-page \Veb site with links to
Opportunity Florida and the local Cham-
ber.
Details will follow at a later date in the
local newspapers. Don't miss this golden
opportunity to learn how to create your
own Web site'
Stay tuned for a ne\\ look to the Cham-
ber's Web site (wwwt .calhounco.orEg. In
keeping with our FLOW (Florida Lead-
ership Opportunity Workshop) initiative
to create a "New Chamber." \e are plan-
ning a net\ look for our Web site. A new\
feature that the Chamber is adding to the
contact information for Clubs and Orga-
nizations is their Web site addresses dlo-
cal, regional, state. or national). If .\our
club or organization is not listed w ith the
Chamber ior not updated on contact in-
formation i. please contact Jessie toda\
(weekdays from S a.m. to noon iCTi at
674-4519 or e-mail: ccchamber@vyahoo.
corn).

Calhoun Co. Board of

Directors meets July 14

The location for the regular meeting
of the Board of Directors of Calhoun
County Chamber of Commerce is con-
firmed for El Jalisco #2. the Mexican res-
taurant across from the sheriff's office in
Blounistow n.
The meeting date is Thursday. July 14
at 12 p.m. (noon tCT). FLOW Commit-
tee Chairpersons please be ready to report
on your committees. All directors. FLOW
committee members and special guests
are asked to please RSVP to the Chamber
for a head count on attendance and food
by July 8 via telephone at 674-4519 or e-
mail i ccchamber@' ahoo.comi).

Main Street meets Mon.
Don't forget that Nlain Street meets
the second Monday of this month (July
11, 2005 at noon CST),. instead of the first
Monday, due to the July 4th holiday.
Please bring a paper bag lunch and join
us in the Calhoun Chamber's conference
room at 20816 Central Avenue E.. Suite 2.
Blountsto\\ n. We encourage anyone who
is interested in joining or participating in
Main Street or sharing historical informa-
tion about the NM & B Railroad to attend.
For more information, please contact the
Chamber at 674-4519.






That's how many copies of The
Calhoun-Liberty Journal were dis-
tributed last week, ensuring plenty
of coverage for your community
announcements and great response
for our business advertisers!


... .... ., ,Members urged to

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Chamber efforts


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Rotary Club meets at Calhoun-Libeny Hospital. noon

Boy Scout Troop 200 & 203
meets at 6:30 p.m., Mormon Church

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


Altha Area Recreation Committee
meets at 6 p.m. at Altha City Hall
Magnolia VFD meeis
at 6 p.m. at the Fire House


Red Oak VFD meets
6:30 p.m. at the Fire House
Nettle Ridge FD meels
at 7 p.m. al the Fire House


Today'

Jasonpe
Spicer


People and businesses who are considering
t elocating to our area want to know about the
a aailabilit\ of support, health, civic organiza-
tions and agencies. Part of Calhoun County's
curTent appeal is our wonderful, small town
and rural atmosphere. Our proximity to met-
ropobtan areas,. without the congestion and
related concern dithat those cities suffer, adds
to this attraction.
Let's promote Calhoun County in such
a w\av that we attract those businesses, resi-
dents, and \ visitors %\ ho \ ill add to our com-
niuidtx.
The Chamber urges you to participate in
Main Street and the FLOW committees to
rel italize downtown n and to impro\ e Calhoun
Count\ through yourChamber. Please make a
difference b\ contacting the Chamber toda !
Dan Yodei. of Ri\ei Town Commiuniti
Church. is the Chairperson for the commit-
tee titled., "Leadership/Membership," Please
contact Dan or the Chamber to join our mem-
bership. Remember, members may display
their business, cards, flyers, and brochures at
the Chamber!
The Chamber routinely receives leads from
Enterprise Flonda and Qpportunity Florida on
businesses that are looking for sites in Flori-
da. \\We recentL received a lead for a manu-
factunrnwiassembl. operation, which would
start v. ith a labor force of 350 enplohees and
specified a 100,0100 sq. ft. building, e\pand-
able to 50(0.000) sq. ft., which would accom-
modate the use of 5-ton cranes.
Although river property may exist which
would fulfill this request, we are unable to lo-
cate the o\\ ners and confirm that the property
is suitable and available. If you own property
that meets these requirements; please contact
Harry Hagan or the Chamber. Harry Hagan,
of \VYBT/WPHK Radio, is the Chairperson
for the committee titled, Create Economic
Pride and Improve Capacity.
We are collecting data for an inventory of
commercial buildings in Calhoun County.:
size of the building in square feet, acreage of
included land, cost of the package, taxes on
the property, rent or sale price, and contact in-
formation (name, telephone number, address,
and e-mail address) for potential tenants or
buyers. If you ow n or are responsible for sell-
ing a commercial building in Calhoun County.
please contact Harry or the Chamber.


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Train Rides at the
Veterans Memorial Park
in Brisol 11 am. 3 p m.


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


Attend the church of
your choice this Sunday


Today's

Nedra Peterson
Phyllis Wright


Todk4y'

Jeremiah
Peterson,
Mary M.
Hodge


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Main Street meets al noon at the Calhoun Co. ChamOer of Commerce
Citizens Advisory Council for Big Bend Hospice,
meets at the Apalachee Restaurant, 11:30 a.m.
Blountstown Lions Club meets 6 p.m. at the Apalachee Restaurant
Bristol City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. at the City Hall

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


Keep Calhoun Co. Beautiful Inc.
meets in the board room of the
Calhoun Co. Extension office, 8 a.m.
Calhoun Co. School Board
meets 5 p.m. at Calhoun Courthouse
Altha Town Council, 6 p.m. at City Hall


Today's

Kizzy
Peterson


Blountstown City Council meets at 6 p.m.
Blountstown Chapter #179 O.E.S. meets 7 p.m. at Dixie Lodge
Bristol Lions Club meets 7 p.m. at the Apalachee Restaurant
Liberty County School Board meets 7:30 p.m., at the
Liberty Education and Administrative Center in the library
Bristol VFD meets 7:30 p.m. at Bristol City Hall


Liberty County Commission meets at 7 p.m. in The courtroom
AA meets 7 p.m., basement of Calhoun County Courthouse
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We can repair most any lawn mower!


Guard within yourself that treasure kindness. Know how to
give without hesitation, how to lose without regret, how to ac-
quire without meanness. George Sand


Gary Clark wins Richard L. McLaughlin

2005 Volunteer of the Year Award


David Roberts, Director of
the Florida Economic Devel-.
opment Council District One
'announced that Gary Clark,,
Vice-President of Marketing
and Member Services at West
Florida Electric Cooperative
has won the 2005 Richard L.
McLaughlin Volunteer of the
.Year award. The award, spon-
sored each year by the Flor--
ida Economic Development
Council (FEDC),. recognizes-
an individual who has shown-
outstanding achievement and
ability in furthering economic
development in the commu-
nity.
Having been active in the,
economic development arena,
since 1990, Clark is a well-
known figure throughout the
Northwest Florida region, espe-
cially the eight member coun-
ties that comprise Opportunity
Florida, a regional economic
development organization. He
also serves as a member of the
Washington County School
Board, the District Board of
Trustees of Chipola College,
the Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce Board of Di-
rectors, and current Chairman
of Opportunity Florida.
Many economic develop-
ment professionals know Clark
best by his volunteer activi-
ties in promoting economic
development in the northwest
Florida region. He has helped
out several entities by serving
as a strategic planning facilita-


tor. Opportunity Florida has.
been guided by his innova-
tive plans to bring high-speed
broadband Internet access to
the entire region, as well as
seeking programs-that will cre-
ate a considerable number of
new affordable housing oppor-
tunities. Clark has also been
directly involved in numer-
ous projects that have resulted
in new jobs to the area. Most
recent achievements this past
year have included the expan-
sion of Westpoint-Stevens in
both Washington and Jackson
Counties, which created 225
new jobs and the new state
prison slated for Graceville,
which will also create approxi-


mately 200 new jobs.
Clark has been especially
active as a member of Oppor-
tunity Florida, an economic
development organization that
serves eight counties in North-
west Florida: Calhoun, Frank-
lin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Liberty and Washing-
ton. The organization's mission
is to assist existing businesses
and new business interested in
relocating to the area.
"Gary's dedicated time and
energy has served as the back-
bone to our organization's
successful operations and ini-
tiatives", said Rick Marcum,
Opportunity Florida, Executive
Director.
"Gary Clark's most impor-
tant responsibility is to the cus-
tomers of West Florida Electric
Cooperative. He has managed
to take the time to get involved
in his communities to perpetu-
ate job growth and.create better
job opportunities for those he
serves. I wish we could clone
ten of him", said David Rob-
erts, FEDC District One Direc-
tor.
The award was presented
June 28 at the FEDC annual
conference held in St. Peters-
burg.


Calhoun-Liberty Relay for Life

plans meeting Tuesday, July 12


The American Cancer Soci-
ety Relay For Life of Calhoun-
Liberty counties will have a
meeting on Tuesday, July 12 at
6-30 p.m. iCTi at the \V.W. Neal
Ci ic Center in Blountstown.
\\e would d like to invite ev-
eryone to attend, including all
team captains, team members,
and an\ one \\ ho would like to
organize a team. We are still
looking for volunteers. Please
contact Jo Ann Stewart at 643-
3890 for more information.


The American Cancer So-
ciety is the nationwide com-
munity-based voluntary health
organization dedicated to elimi-
nating cancer as a major health
problem by saving lives, dimin-
ishing suffering and preventing
cancer through research, educa-
tion, advocacy and service. For
more information on cancer, call
the American Cancer Society at
1-800-ACS-2345, available 24
hours a.day, seven days a week,
or visit www.cancer.org.


Goodman family reunion set July 17
The Goodman family reunion will be held Sunday, July .17 at
the W.T. Neal Ci% ic Center starting at 11 a.m. All friends and rela-
ti es are cordially invited to come.
Bring a covered dish and some of your favorite old photos to
share.
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LATE NIGHT LAUGHS
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Did you folks see President Bush's special address? ...
He said many, many, improvements have been made in
Iraq, For example, the roads have been improved, the
schools have been improved, medical care has improved.
Now if only that could happen here. L
S- DA'VID LETTERMAI'NJ

Bush is doing anything he can now to boost his popularity.
-In fact, tomorrow he will be jumping up and down on


Oprah's couch.


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The personal side of war


Ilive in a military town, and
the war in Iraq is an up-
close and personal issue for many
people in this community.
The local newspaper carried a
story about a young female Ma-
rine from this community who
was recently injured in Iraq by
a roadside bomb. Other female
Marines were killed in this same
incident.
Fortunately, this young Marine
will recover from her wounds..
But this newspaper article was
about the parents of this young
Marine. The mother is an emer-
gency room nurse and knows
about wounds to the body. Like
most nurses, she has seen people
who were killed and seriously
injured in automobile accidents
and other incidents.
But, unlike the strangers that
are rolled into her emergency,
room where she dispassionately
does her best to'save there lives,
this young Marine injured in Iraq
is her daughter. To paraphrase
her comments to the newspaper
reporter, "Enough is enough. I
want my daughter back home."
If people ever had the idea that
there was something glamorous
about war, I would think that
the pictures coming out of Iraq
would convince them that war
is a serious business. Lives are
lost. People are horribly injured
and disfigured. Lives are forever
changed.
A local television station has
a program in which they pose
a question of the day. Viewers
can -telephone, -e-mail or state
their opinion on-line. A question
this past week was, "Would you
encourage your child to enter
military service?"
There is a strong military pres-
ence in.the viewing area of this
television station, but 54% of
those responding stated that they
would discourage their children
from entering military service.
A few days ago, President
Bush addressed the nation and
gave his-rationale of why the
war in Iraq is important to you
and me.


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.

According to President Bush,
fighting them "over there" makes
all of us safer here in the U.S." I
doubt that.If Mexicans can walk
into the U.S. from Mexico, so can
terrorists. The U.S. has thousands
of miles of shoreline. I think it
would be simple to come ashore
in many areas. When I lived in
the Miami area, people traveled
to and from the Bahamas in their
private boats. They still do. So
can-terrorists.
The U.S. Army is having trou-
ble recruiting people for military.
service. No surprise there. The
sight of young men and %% omen
with legs blo%% n off isn't the best
recruiting ploy.
At the end of his "spreading
democracy" speech, President.
Bush made a plea to America's
youth tojoin the military service.
Nothing could be more honorable,
he said, and I agree. Otherwise,
I would not have spent 32 years'
wearing the uniform, but what;
President Bush and presidents-
in general must understand is.'.
that they cannot use America's
young men and women as cannon
fodder in pursuit of their grand
-designs to change the world.
When we are sworn into mili-
tary service, we take an Oath of'
Enlistment or Oath of Office if
you are an officer. The follow-
ing is part of the officer's Oath
of Office.
"I do solemnly swear (or
affirm) that I will support and
defend the Constitution of the
United States against all enemies,
foreign or domestic, that I will
bear true faith and allegiance to
the same; that I take this obliga-
tion freely, without any mental'
reservations or -purpose of eva-
sion; .and that I will well and
Sfathfully discharge the duties of


the office upon \ which lam about
to enter; So help me God."
This oath is important to pro-
fessional nilitar. people. When,
given a task, we salute smartly
and do it. No whining or excuses
allowed. Honesty, integrity and
acceptance of responsibility are
essential traits for those that wear
the uniform.
A key factor is that the U.S.
military never challenges the
supremacy of civilian rule. If
that were not the case. then. as
in many countries, the military
would overthrow the govern-
ment. That will never happen in
the U.S.
However, this subservient
relationship of the U.S. military
to civilian control places all the
responsibility on the civilians
that run the country primarily
the President xwho is the Com-
mander-in-Chief of U.S.military
forces, to use America's military
forces isely.
So. the question for President
Bush: Is fighting a war in Iraq
"'defending the Constitution of
the United States against all
enemies, foreign or domestic?"
'Mr. Bush says that it is. I don't
think so.
First and foremost, Iraq wasn't
'involved in the attacks of 9/11.
Saudi Arabia was; but we 'aren't
fighting the Saudis. As I've
written many times, attacking
the Taliban in Afghanistan was
a good thing. The Taliban was
supporting bin Laden and his al
Qaeda forces.
In my view, the U.S. should
have cleaned house in Afghani-
stan. If it was moving and wear-
ing. a turban, shoot it then move
into Pakistan and clean their
clock. Oops! Can't do that.
The Pakistanis, are our "allies."
Right!
Well, the American people
will decide if the "war in Iraq is
worth it. They might want to
pick up the pace and decide soon
because every day at least one
of America's youth is killed or
maimed as the couitn pursues


--DAVID LETTERMAN


Support for the Iraq war is at an all-time low, and some
Republicans blame the media and its '24/7 news coverage
of car bombs,' which 'tends to leave a certain impression.'
You know, that's so true. You never hear about the cars
that DON'T blow up.
-JON STEWART

You know what they start doing around this time of year
at the White House? It's the big T-ball tournament on the
White House lawn. A team of six-year-olds took a double
header from the Yankees. They had some trouble in the
third inning though. They had to cut off beer sales to the
Bush twins.
DAVID LETTERMAN

Good news, the crime rate in New York City is down. All I
can say is, thank you Batman! DAVID LETTERMAN

In his recent speech, President Bush talked about the
good things going on: the Iraqi elections, Homeland
Security, and the capture of Russell Crowe.
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Clarksville teen Lindsay Miller qualifies to compete

at world's largest rodeo in Wyoming this month


Lindsay Miller, a 12th
grade student of Blountstown
High School has earned a po-
sition on the Alabama High
School Rodeo Team and will
be traveling with fellow team-
mates to Gillette, Wyoming
from July 18 through July 24
to compete at the 57th annual
National High School Finals
Rodeo (NHSFR) in the Pole
Bending competition.
Lindsay is the daughter
of Glenn and Neva Miller of
Clarksville.
Featuring over 1,500 con-
testants from 40 states, five
Canadian Provinces and
Australia, the National-High
School Finals is the world's
largest rodeo. In addition to
competing for over $125,000
in prizes, NHSFR contestants
will also be vying for more
than $225,000 in college
scholarships and the chance
to be named the National
High "'School Rodeo. National
Champion. To earn this title,
contestants must finish in the
top 20 after two go-rounds of
intense competition before
advancing on to Sunday's
final championship perfor-
mance. This year, the Sunday
Championship performance
will be televised nationally
on the Outdoor Life Network,
as part of the AQHA's weekly
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Ramblers can gather for this
Vacation Bible School road trip at...

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Sunday through Thursday
from 6 to 8:30 p.m. nightly
Friday is "Family Night" at 7 p.m.
Children 3 years thru grade 6 invited to attend!
**Registration Party with hot dogs and a two
story slide begins Sunday, July!17 at 5 p.m.**
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 643-2351.


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EVERYONE HAS
PROBLEMS
Text: 1 Peter 4:12-19
Michael Green tells about one con-
struction worker who had a particularly
bad day. There was a pile of bricks on
top of a building that he had to move.
to the ground. He rigged up a beam
with a rope and pulley on the top of the
building; He filled up two barrels with
bricks.
Once on the ground, he released
the line. The bricks were heavier than
he was. The barrels came down and
jerked him up before he could let go of
the rope. '
He hung onto the rope to the top
of the building. He banged his head on
the beam and jammed his fingers in the
pulley.
The barrels crashed to the ground
knocking, out the bottom spilling the
'bricks. He was still holding -the rope
and heavier than the barrels. He plum-
meted to the ground.
He hit the ground landing on the
pile of bricks. He let go of the rope in
the crash and the.empty barrels came
down hitting him in the head.
Everyone has problems. Problems
do not disappear because you- are a
Christian. We often set ourselves up for
failure and disappointment. We believe
the only reason for problems is because
of sin or lack of faith. When a problem
arises, we are devastated because our
expectations are not met.
"...Do not be surprised at the pain-
ful trial you are suffering (NIV)." While
some problems are due to sin arid lack
of faith, many are not. God is not being
unjust or unfair. Enduring trials is a part
of life. 1 Pet. 5:9 says, "...your brothers
,ii.,.iwI the world are undergoing
the same kind of sufferings."
SYou are not alone in your suffering.
Other Christians are suffering with you.
'God will never leave or forsake you,
especially during trials.
Ryan McDougald is a licensed, ordained
Free Will Baptist Minister hosting Bible
study in the home. For more information,
i call 674-6351.
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Poplar Head Baptist Church to

present Ramblin' Road Trip VBS


Ramble across our spectacular
nation on an unparalleled road
trip. As we plot our course across
the USA, we'll also learn to plot
our course with God. Ramblers
can gather for this Vacation Bible
School Road Trip at Poplar Head
Baptist Church. Children ages
4 through grade six are invited
to join our VBS from July 10
through July 15 from 6:30 to 9
p.m. each night.
Built around an RV road trip
across the USA, the week will
be full of exciting Bible stories, a
souvenir shop of crafts, fun music
in the tune-up station, and RV
camp-related refreshments and
recreation for everyone!
During the same week, teen-
agers can experience the road:
decisions and destinations with


Bible study and special activities
planned just for them. Adults
also will have the opportunity to
participate in a Ramblin' Road


Come and enjoy VBS at Telogia Baptist
Telogia Baptist Church will have Vacation Bible School begin-
ning Sunday, July 24 through Friday, July 29 from 6 p.m. until 9
p.m.
Hop in the RV and let's go on a Ramblin' Road Trip to learn more
about Jesus. Snacks will be provided.
Children ages 4 and up are welcome to attend. Come join in the
fun.
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.
There is no charge for church announcements. but we run each announcement
only once. i ou ni cul, ikAe to repeat tne same announcement, we can do so but
must charge for the space as though it were an advertisement.
For more inlormaion, call the Calhoun-Lterar Journal at 643-3333.


RILEIGH TAYLOR
SEWELL
Rileigh Taylor Sewell cele-
brated her sixth birthday on .
July 2. She is the daughter p
of Brian and Lisa Sewefl of
Telogia. Her grandparents
-are Silas and Susie Sum-
merlin, Nora Lee Summer- :
lin, Nell Taylor, Gene and
Vicky Colemon, Clifford and
Glenda Sewell, Betty Elkins
and LillyHedge. Rileighh- .
joys swimming in her pool,
spending time with her grandparents and being the boss of her
big brother, Brant.


IZZABELLA
JOEZIPHENE TODD
Josie Todd of Bristol is
proud to announce the birth
.. ... of her daughter, Izzabella Jo-
.: '..eziphene Todd, born on May
5, 2005 at Women's Pavillion
in Tallahassee. She weighed
7 Ibs. and 11 oz. and mea-
sured 21 1/2 inches. Maternal
grandparents are Joe Todd of
Altha andAlicia Todd of Lowry.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Evelyn and Frank Clark of Bristol and the late Ellis Todd
of Telogia.


Trip Bible study. This'week of
fun, food, and exciting learning
opportunities is free of charge and
open to everyone.
The church is located on Hwy.
73 in Clarksville. For more infor-
mation, call 674-4201.
Pack your bags and hit the road
with Ramblin'Road Trip: Which
way do I go?

Family and Friends

Day planned Sun. at

New Hope Church
New Hope M.B: Church will
host Family and Friends Day
on Sunday, July 10 beginning.
at 11 a.m. (CT). Everyone is
welcome to come out and help
celebrate this special occasion.
Rev. Wade White will bring the
message.,
Come on out and bring a
friend. The church is located in
the Hugh Creek Community on
Hwy. 69 South in Blountstown.

Prayer band meets
The Liberty Community.
Prayer Band will hold prayer
service Thursday, July 7 at 7:30
p.m. (ET) at the home of Brother
and Sister James Lane.
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend. For more information,
call 643-5958.


Spend a day

at a park
It's finally nice out! And that
means you: will be spending
much of your leisure time out-
doors. Warmer weather offers
the perfect opportunity to visit
a park with family and friends.
There are so many things to do
at a park! You can:
Climb the monkey bars at a
playground
Eat a barbecue feast of hot
dogs, hamburgers and corn on
the cob.
Shoot hoops at a basketball
court.
Do laps in the lake.
Take in the .scenery on a
rowboat.
Explore nature on a hike.
The list of recreational activi-
ties accessible at a park goes on
and on. July is National Recre-
ation and Parks Month, spon-
sored by the National Recreation
and Parks Association. It strives.
to advance parks, recreation and
environmental conservation ef-
forts that enhance the quality of
life for all people.
For more information, visit
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MARIANNA Dr. Sarah
Clemmons, vice president of
Instructional and Student -Ser-
vices at Chipola College, com-
mends the 75 students who made
the Dean's List for academic
achievement during the Summer
I Semester 2005.
To be placed on the Dean's
List, a student must take 6 or
more semester hours of courses
and .make an average of 3.25
(B+) to 4.0 (A) in all courses.


Dawn Arrant inducted into Nu Chi Chapter at Chipola College


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ter of Phi Theta Kappa at Chipo-
la College on Dec. 16, 2004.
Arrant, from Bristol, major-

New continuing
requirements for
cosmetologists
MARIANNA-The Chipola
College Cosmetology program
reminds local- cosmetologists
that new continuing education
requirements are now-in effect.
In accordance with Rule
61G5-32.001, Florida Adminis-
trative Code, "Prior to the expi-
ration of each biennial licensure
period, and as a condition for
renewal of their cosmetology
license or specialty registration,
all licensed cosmetologists and
registered specialists shall com-
plete a minimum of sixteen (16)
hours of continuing education."
Cosmetology licensees not
in compliance with all continu-
ing education requirements will
not be allowed to renew their li-
censes.
For information, contact the
Board of Cosmetology of the
Department of Business and Pro-
fessional Regulation at 850-487-
1395, or visit www.MyFlorida.
com/dbpr.


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ing, in Education/Teaching, is
the daughter of Connie Jo La-
Mar and the Late Benjamin W.
Grantham of New Port Richey,
and is married to Daniel Geoff-
ery Arrant of Bristol.
Established in 1918 by two-
year college presidents, Phi The-
ta Kappa is the oldest and most
prestigious honor society servn-
ing two-year colleges around
the %world. The Society serves to
recognize and encourage the ac-
ademic achievement of to-vear
college students and pro\ ide op-
porrunities for indi\ idual grow th
and development through hon-
ors, leadership and service pro-
gramming:
Students must rank in the top
20% of the class to be invited to


membership in Phi Theta Kappa
and must maintain high academ-
ic standing during their enroll-
ment in the two-year college.
Phi Theta Kappa is the larg-
est honor society in American
higher education -\ ith more than
1.5 million members and 1100
chapters located in 50 United
States. United States territories,
Canada. Germany and Japan. In
1929, the American Association
of Community Colleges, recog -
nized Phi Theta Kappa as the
official honor society for two-
Sear colleges. The Societ) holds
membership in the prestigious
Association of College Honor
Societies as the general scholar-
ship honor society representing
two-year colleges.


Chipola seeks applications for EMT program


MARIANNA-Application
deadline for the Chipola College
Emergency Medical Technician
(EMT) training program is July
20.
The EMT program prepares
students for employment as am-
bulance drivers/ambulance at-
tendants, or emergency medical
technicians and to treat various
medical/trauma conditions.
The curriculum includes
simulated learning and clinical
study. The 11 credit-hour course
is 250 clock-hours in length.
Cost is approximately $1,000
for tuition, insurance, books and
uniforms. EVOC (Emergency
Vehicle Operation) is not includ-
ed in the course. Clinical assign-
ments are required in addition to
regular class.hours.
Prerequisites for the EMT
Program include: high school di-
ploma or GED with grade point
average; Certification in Ameni-


can Heart CPR Level C Health-
care Provider; FDLE Back-
ground check; and satisfactory
score on the college placement
test reading sub-test.
Prospective students must un-
dergo a physical examination in-
cluding drug screen and TB skin
test.
Compliance with the prereq-
uisites does not guarantee accep-
tance. The class is limited to 24
students. Those with the highest
GPA's will be selected. If col-
lege courses were taken, the col-
lege level GPA will be used in
place of the high school GPA.
Candidate interviews are
scheduled for July 26. Classes
begin Aug. 2. The class will meet
Tuesday and Thursday evenings
from 6 to 10 p.m. with some
weekend classes.
For information, call the
Health Sciences Department at
850-718-231.6.


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ma J. Johnson.
Greenwood-Katie E. Bas-
ford, Brandy R. Blighton, Shan-
non C. Mercer.
Marianna-Bobby J. Col-
lins, Andrew P. Gause, Jessica
L. Gordon, Salena A. Grace,
Leon Kelly, Melissa M. Noble,
Rebecca J. Peacock, Barbara A.
Pierre, Amos A. Spires, Jr., Jus-
tin J. Swaine.
Ponce De Leon-Remona F.
Hornsby. '
Out of District-Jeremy A.
Puff of Daleville,.Ala., Blond
N. Siples, Elouise Smith of
Ebro. Jeremy L. Smith, Cory B.
Welch of 'Panama City, Nehesi
Q. McLeroy of Tallahassee.
Students who earned grade
point averages ranging from
3.25(B+) to 3.99 (A) and their
hometowns are:
Altha-Sharon M. Robinson.
Blountstown-Nancy N.
Johnson.
Bonifay-Matthew R. Curry.
Bristol- Karah S. Rackley.
Campbellton-Dexter Roul-


Students who made perfect
averages of 4.0-straight A's-
and their hometowns are:
Bascom--Wesley A. Ste-
phens.
Blountstown-Sharon K.
Henderson.
Bonifay-Katrina L. McAl-
pin, Bryan S. Pierce.
Campbellton-Clevion N.
Cotton.
Chipley---Whitney R. Carmi-
chael, Tiffini C. Guster, Patsy A.
Lee, Erika L. Miller, Richard C.
Miller, Jr., Thomas E. Rogers,
Thelma 0. Taylor.
Cottondale-Lonnie D. Bar-
ber, Jr., Gloria J. White.
Grand Ridge-Jeremy D.
Branch, Angela D. Jackson, Wil-


hac, Candis K. Williams.
Chipley-Floyd R. Aycock,
Chris W. Burger, Brenton J.
Crews, Vicki L. Harris, Matthew
R. Park, Lee M. Richards.
Clarksville-Valerie Y. Sea-
man.
Cottondale-Keila R. Brax-
ton, Shelaine J. Davis, Melissa L.
Deese, Becky L. Slesser, Scotty
H. Taylor, Jodi B. Willey.
Graceville-Jessica E. Ray,
Katrina M. Skelton.
Grand Ridge-Kristeen E.
Heaton, Daniel A. May.
Greenwood-Melody E.
Stinson
Nlalone---Kristen L. Wright.
Marianna-Angelito Berni-
er, Grace Gardiner, William B.
Sherrel, Christol L. Standiford,
Dusty C. Williams:
Sneads--Misty L. Talton.
Westville-Wendy L. Brown.
Out of District-Susanne M.
Wheeler of Cottonwood, Ala.,
Michelle S. Cain of Donalson-
ville, Ga, Attallah K. Cotton of
Dothan, Ala., Deric P. Darsey of
Lynn Haven, James P. Honder-
ick, Britt D. Willingham of Tal-
lahassee.


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Partners establish protocol to report sightings of Ivory-Billed Woodpecker


The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service (Service) and Cornell
Laboratory of Ornithology an-
nounce the establishment of an e-
mail address (ivorybill@cornell.
edu) and associated web site
(http://www.birds.cornell.edu/
- ivory/storyl7.htm) to report
sightings of the rediscovered
Ivory-billed Woodpecker.
"Since the announcement
in April that the Ivory-billed
Woodpecker has been confirmed
at Arkansas' Cache River Na-
tional Wildlife Refuge, we've
had numerous calls reporting
sightings," said Sam D. Hamil-
ton, Southeast Regional Director
for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service. "We need. to gather this
information so biologists can ex-
plore anypromising leads."
Because the Ivory-billed
Woodpecker looks very similar
to the more common Pileated
Woodpecker, biologists urge
the public to carefully review
the information on the web site,
including range maps, habitat
descriptions, field marks, and
photos of both birds, before re-
porting sighting information.
People who believe they've
seen an Ivory-billed Woodpeck-
er should fill out the form avail-
able at http://www.birds.cornell.
edu/ivory/storyl7.htm and send
it to ivorybill@cornell.edu.
Those without Internet access
may request the form b\ calling
the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
at (800) 843-2473.
"We've had reports of Ivory-
billed Woodpeckers in people's
backyards from Michigan to
Maine," said Ron Rohrbaugh of
the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
"These observations are well out-
side of the Ivory-bill's historic
range, but even within the range
it's unlikely that someone would
encounter one in their backyard.
Rather, the birds sighted in these
situations are almost certainly
Pileated Woodpeckers. We urge
the public to carefully study the
differences between an Ivory-
billed and Pileated woodpecker
before reporting a sighting. This
will help us focus on those re-


ports that are most credible."
The Service has estab-
lished a second e-mail address,
ivorybill@fws.gov, where the
public can submit questions or
comments about the recovery
of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker.
The public may also write to:
Ivory-billed Woodpecker Recov-
ery Team Leader, U.S. Fish &
Wildlife Service, 1875 Century
Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30345.
The Service and Cornell Lab
of Ornithology will work closely
with partners including The Na-
ture Conservancy, state fish and
wildlife agencies, and univer-
sity researchers throughout the
Southeast to investigate credible
reports of Ivory-billed Wood-
peckers.
The partners hope that hunters,
birders, hikers, kayakers and oth-
ers who spend time exploring the
bottomland hardwood swamps of
the Southeast may be able to help
in the search for the bird.
"It was kayaker Gene Spar-
ling that led us to the confirmed
Cache River Refuge sighting,"
said John Fitzpatrick, director of
the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
"We hope that more Ivory-billed
Woodpeckers are out there, just
waiting to be seen."
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service is the principal federal
agency responsible for conserv-
ing, protecting and enhancing
fish, wildlife and plants and their
habitats for the continuing ben-
efit of the American people. The
Service manages the 95-million-
acre National Wildlife Refuge
S) stem. which encompasses
545 national wildlife refuges,
thousands of small wetlands and
other special management areas.
It also operates 69 national fish
hatcheries, 64 fishery resources
offices, and 81 ecological ser-
vices field stations. The agency
enforces federal wildlife laws,
administers the Efidangered
Species Act, manages migra-
tory bird populations, restores
nationally significant fisheries,
conserves and restores wildlife
habitat such as wetlands, and
helps foreign and Native Ameri-


can Tribal governments with
their conservation efforts. It also
oversees the Federal Assistance
program, which distributes hun-
dreds of millions of dollars in
excise taxes on fishing and hunt-
ing equipment to State fish and
wildlife.


The Cornell Laboratory of
Ornithology is a non-profit
membership institution with the
mission to interpret and conserve
the earth's biological diversity
through research, education, and
citizen science focused on birds.
From its headquarters at the Imo-


gene Powers Johnson Center for
Birds and Biodiversity in Ithaca
New York, the Lab leads inter-
national efforts in bird monitor-
ing and conservation and fosters
the ability of enthusiasts of all
ages and skill levels to make a
difference.


C I-PO!.LA FO]RD
SB ^ I .I IS

FORD OF JULY3i SALEEm~


Summer children's programs

planned at Chipola College


MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege has scheduled. a number
of camps for area children this
summer.
Swimming lessons for ages
four and up are -July 11-21.
Classes are available at 9 a.m.,
10 a.m. or 6:45 p.m. Sessions
include eight 45-minute lessons.
Cost is $40 and pre-registration
is required, with a $5 fee for late
registration. Infant and Preschool
Swimming lessons for children 3
and under will meet I'ro'in 6:45 to
7:30 p.m. Session 1 is July 5-8.
Session 2 is July 25-28. Cost is
$25. Call Continuing Education
at 718-2395.
Chipola .Softball Coach Be-


linda Hendrix will offer eight
Softball camps. Softball. Skills
Camps will meet July 6-7. Ages
5-12 will meet from 9 a.m. to
noon. Ages 13 and up will meet
from 1 to 4 p.m. Softball Hitting
Camps will meet July 11. Ages
5-12 will meet from 9 a.m. to
noon. Ages 12 and up will meet
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Softball
Pitkiiihi Camps will meet Jiily
12, Ages 5-12 will meet from
9 a.m. to noon, Ages 13 and up
will meet from i- "m to 4 p.,m
r of each .,iii-..iJ atops is
$50, and includes insuanc2 and
camp t-shirt. For mifI ,,,.',i,,
contact 2,.,,.., I ,,,ii. at 7 1
2358. .


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brary Summer Reading Camp.
ties for This program was spon-
o read scored by the shared sup-
ocal li- port of Calhoun County
. Chil- School System, Goodwill
morn- Inc., Calhoun County
a. to 12 Sheriff's Department, The
ursday State Library of Florida,
f June. and the Calhoun County
is part Public Library.
braries' According to Pam
Kahle, an instructor at
Blountstown's library
branch,. this program
has been an exciting and
fun activity for every-
one. Parents have been
encouraged to stay and
join the activities as the
children enjoy the pro-
oods/ gram.
vices, gram.
Each library's branch
ER leaders designed their ov
tivities. According to Kah


PREMI' III ritjA a .pME-"--
Readers proudly display their crafts at "Read Around Florida"
Summer Camp at the library Pictured, left to right, Bradley Pear-
son, Camden Skinner, Mkayla Howland and Danielle Grzegorczyk.


vn ac-
le, the


Blountstown branch began iihb
a display table of several theme-.,
related books to encourage chil- ,
dren to check out books from the;
library to read at home. Each,
day, at least two of the books
were read aloud for students' en-"
joyment.
Students also completed learn-
ing activities and crafts. Instruc-
tors, who had earlier attended,
related training, led students and
other participants in musical ac-
. tivities related to the themes. The'
children were quick to request
their favorites and enthusiastical-
ly join in for the "Hokey-Pokey"
and the "Alligator Stomp."


One activity enjoyed by all
were the crafts. For example,_
when students read. books on
Nati e Americans. during craft
time, they made head bands with
feathers. On "Island" day, stu-
dents donned grass skirts and
created "rain sticks," then did the
"the Limbo."
Family participation was ex-
tended with the take-home crafts
provided two to three times a
week. Students created such
crafts as totem poles and family
trees then brought them back for
show-and-tell on Thursdays.
Special guests from the com-
munity visited each library
branch once a week. Among
these guests were Shelley King


CALHOUN CO. LIBRARY PHOTO'
from Calhoun County Extension
services, Jessica Bowden from
the Calhoun County 4-H pro-.
gram, Tony Shoemake from the,
Calhoun County Sheriff's office,:
Ben Hall from the fire depart-
ment, and Smokey the Bear from,
the Florida Division of Forestry.
Each guest brought vital learning
activities and information for ev-
eryone present.
At the end of each day's ac-
tivities, all participants enjoyed a
healthy snack before leaving for
the day. Parents, participants, and
leaders all agree that the Florida
Read Around portion of Calhoun
County Library's Summer Read-
ing Camp was successful and
fun.


WIA student group celebrates completion of

Summer Reading Camp with a family picnic


The Blounts-
town branch of
Calhoun County
Public Library
held. an intensive
summer reading
camp in June tar-
geting students
from middle
through tenth
grades. The pro-
gram was open to
parents and their
participation was
encouraged.
The Blounts-
town branch pro-
vided middle
school' through
tenth, 'grade stu-
dents in the WIA
program -(Work-
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Summer Reading Camp at Blountstown Branch Pictured, left to
right, Stanley Andrews, Candace Shiver,. Sandy Bateman,Caleb Skipper,
Christy Andrews, Ashley Peaks, Simone Pace, Samantha Williams and
Shun Jones. CALHOUN CO. LIBRARY PHOTO


Act) w ith an intensive remedial
reading program led by Sonya
Capps, a certified teacher at
Blountstown High School. The
students read a group novel and-
participated in critical thinking
activities. They also received
internet and computer pro-
grams instruction from Adam
Harpool and created resumes to
help them as they seek employ-
ment. Furthermore, they used a
computerized tutorial system to
work on specific reading skills.
Later in-the mornings, WIA
students also mentored young-.


er students helping them with
crafts, reading, puppet shows,
drama, etc. On June 14, WIA
students went to the Panhan-
dle Pioneer Settlement 'where
they participated in a service
activity by cleaning grounds
and buildings. Healthy snacks
were provided- each day, and
participants received paper-
back books and other incen-
tives as they worked through
the summer program.
Programs were also in place
at branches of the library in Al-
tha, Shelton's Park, Kinard Park,


and Hugh Creek Park with hours
extended to allow youth access
to computers and circulating
collections twenty-five hours a
week. The programs were pro-
vided Mondays through Thurs-
days though June 23.'
'Funds for this summer pro-
gram were provided .through
the shared support of Calhoun
County School System, Good-
will Inc., Calhoun County Sher-
iff's Department, The State Li-
brary of Florida, and the Calhoun
County Public Library.,




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Linda 0 Neal, Barbara Keller and McKenzie O'Neal show some
alongside Saturday's March to Liberty.


A : -


spirit as they ride:' Jared Holcomb seems lost in thought as he
:makes his way across the big bridge.


re.'o-o...,


LEFT: Chief Master Sgt.
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speaker at Saturday's patriotic
program at Veterans Memorial
Civic Center in Bristol. "As
citizens of this great nation,
we should be proud of our
past and very confident of
our future," he said. Hentz
is the Security Forces
Superintendent for the 325th
Security Forces Squadron
at Tyndall Air Force Base.
RIGHT: Jack Moran, Ray
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? i%"h>* 'v nr "*ri-. "- iIsW .' t i-w' ,sdipi =*-i '' Aa 411tlill msii ssig lil-li ,** *A- s w 'Hiler Milwal i a C M iW s"FaiIM
Classmates who attended the reunion of Altha School's Pittman, C.B. "Buck" Musgrove. Clarence Whitfield
Class of 1955 are shown above. Left to right, back row: and Bill Peacock; front row, left to right: Mrs. Gerry
Roy Wood, William Earl Sewell, Doyle Watson, Jackie Martin(teacher), Mrs. Myrl Rackley(teacher), Lorene
Bodiford Wise, Virginia Guy Williams, Jean Clemmons Williams Smith, Sylvia Williford Veal, Sara Jemison
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ard Bowden, Shirley Peacock Duce, Elvia Pumphrey cock (teacher).

Altha High School classcelebrates 50th reunion


The Class of 1955 of Altha
High School held their 50th re-,
union on Saturday, June 25.
The group met at the Altha
High School. toured the school
campus arid thenrto the W.T. Neal
Civic Center in Blountsto%% n for
dinner and reminiscing of their
school years along with the 50
years since.
The group remembered several
classmates who are deceased:
Jimmie Carrol Messer
-Donald Harold Shields
-James (Jim) Stephens Jernigan
-Joyce Branton McDonald
Hazel Naomi Mathis Per-
due.,
The group attending and en-
joying the reunion included:
Roy and Annette Wood, William
Earl and Angelina Sewell, Bill
and Chris Peacock, Rachel and
Drew Peacock, Gemrry Martin and
Myrl RackdeyM. Alene and Johnny,
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Food safety guidelines important

during picnic and barbecue season


TALLAHASSEE Florida
Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Commissioner Charles
Bronson is reminding people
to keep safety in mind to avoid
turning a party into a trip to the
emergency room.
Picnics are a summertime fa-
vorite and this is a good time to
remind consumers about how
to prevent food borne illnesses
caused by improper handling,
preparation and storage of food.
Each year, an estimated 76 mil-
lion people suffer from a food
borne illness and about 5000
cases are fatal. Cases of food-
borne illness normally increase
during the summer. However,
there are ways to ensure that the
food you prepare will be safe as
well as delicious.
"Picnics and barbecues are
extremely popular this time of
year but food safety measures


are particularly important, espe-
cially as temperatures are heat-
ing up," Bronson said. "There
are some easy tips to follow to
prevent a tragedy from occur-
ring."
*Clean: Wash Hands and
Food Contact Surfaces Often --
Unwashed hands and food con-
tact surfaces are ,a prime cause
of foodborne illness.
*Separate: Don't Cross-Con-
taminate -- Cross-contamina-
tion during storage, preparation,
grilling, and serving food are a
prime source of foodborne ill-
ness organisms.
*When packing the cooler
for an outing, wrap raw meat
and poultry securely to prevent
liquids from coming in contact
with other foods, especially
ready-to-eat foods.
*Wash plates, utensils, and
cutting boards that contact the


Sraw meat or poultry before us-
ing again for cooked food. Car-
ry a clean plate out to the grill to
hold the safely cooked food.
*It is best to use a different
cutting board for meats and veg-
etables to avoid contamination.
*Cook: Cook to Proper Tem-
peratures -- Food safety experts:
agree that food is safely cooked
when it reaches the safe inter-
nal temperature needed to kill
harmful bacteria that cause
foodborne illness.
*Take your thermometer
along. Meat and poultry cooked
on a grill often browns very fast
on the outside, so be sure that
they are cooked thoroughly
Check them with a food ther-
mometer.
*Cook -hamburger and other
ground meats (veal, lamb, and
pork) to an internal tempera-
ture of 160 F and groundpoul-
try to 165 F. Beef, veal and
lamb steaks and roasts may be
cooked to 145 F for medium"
rare. Whole poultry should be
cooked to 180 oF as measured
in the thigh; breast meat to 170
OF. All cuts of pork should reach
160 F.
*Chill: Refrigerate Promptly
-- Holding food at an unsafe
temperature is a prime cause
of foodborne illness. Keep cold
food cold!
*Bacteria multiply rapidly
between 41 and 135 .E Never.
leave potentially hazardous
food in this "danger zone" more
than two hours. If potentially
hazardous food reaches 90 OF or
above discard the food if it has
reached this temperature in one
hour.


*Cold perishable food: like
luncheon meats, cooked meats,
chicken, and potato or pasta
salads should be kept in an insu-
lated cooler packed with several
inches of ice, frozen gel packs,
or -containers of frozen water
to keep the temperature below
41F.
*Keep the cooler in the cool-
est part of the car, and place in
the shade or shelter, out of the
sun, whenever possible. Chill
cold drinks in a separate cool-
er to avoid constantly .opening
the one containing perishable
foods.
*Preserve the cold tempera-
ture of the cooler by replenish-
ing the ice as soon as it starts
melting.
*Take-out food: If you don't
plan to eat take-out food with-
in two hours of purchase, plan
ahead and chill the ,food in your
refrigerator before packing for
your outing.
Following these simple foo
safety tips can help ensure a
picnic or backyard barbecue is
,a celebration rather than result-
ing in any number of food borne
illnesses which, while rarely fa-
tal, can make one x olentl, ill
-sometimes for a number of
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Liberty County School Board

REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR ELECTRI-
CAL WIRING UPGRADE AT HOSFORD
SCHOOL MAIN BUILDING IN HOS-
FORD, FL.

The Liberty County School Board is re-
questing proposals for material and la-
bor to upgrade the electrical wiring at the
Main Building of the Hosford School. The
contractor shall visit the job site before
submitting a formal bid. The project shall
be completed in every respect by August
4, 2005. The successful contractor must
be bonded, insured and have worker's
compensation as required by Florida
Statutes. Specification and design draw-
ings can be obtained at the Liberty Edu-
cation and Administrative Center located
on Highway 12 South in Bristol, FL at
12926 NW CR 12. Questions concerning
this project may be answered by calling
Glenn Moore, Director of Administration
at (850) 643-2275 ext. 236. Proof of all
insurance requirements must be pre-
sented before the contract is let. The
Liberty County School Board reserves


the right to reject any and all bids. No
asbestos or asbestos containing ma-
terials may be used in this project. All
bids must be sealed and labeled "Elec-
trical Upgrade at Hosford School Main
Building". The bids must be submitted to
the Liberty County School Board office at
12926 NW CR 12 by 4 p.m. (ET) July 7,
.2005. Any bid received after this time will
not be considered.
6-29,7-6

Liberty County School Board

REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR INSTAL-
LATION OF AIR CONDITIONING-
AND HEATING UNITS AT HOSFORD
SCHOOL MAIN BUILDING IN HOS-
FORD, FL.

The Liberty County School Board is re-
questing proposals for materials and
labor to install HVAC units in the Main
Building on the Hosford School Campus.
The units have already been purchased
by the school system, but all other mate-
rials shall be furnished by the success-
ful bidder. The successful contractor


SPECIFICATIONS AND CONDITIONS
FOR BIDS ON
MILK FOR SCHOOL USE

Name of Vendor

Name of Authorized Representative


Notice is hereby given that the Liberty County School Board request written and sealed
firm and alternate bids on milk as follows:

FIRM BID (Valid for period as specified)


12 Months


Total cost per 1/2 pint White Whole Milk

Total cost per 1/2 pint White Lowial Milk, 2%

Total cost per 1/2 pint Chocolate Milk, Lowfat, 1%

ALTERNATE BID

Additional Requirement- II a Federal Milk Markeling Order minimum price, together
with over order payments as reflected for the raw milk market price published in Ihe
FlondaAgricultural prices of the Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, a monthly
publication, increases or decreases the price ol raw milk in increments of $0.10 per
-hundred weight, hereby increasing or decreasing ine cosi of said milk $0.00054 per
half pin. the Scnool Board shall adjust the price of school milk paid to the school milk
contractor to conform to the increase or decrease as aloresaid. The milk contractor
shall give wrinen noltification to the School Board each quarter of the fiscal year that a
change upward or downward has taken place. The 50.00054 per half pint adjustment
shall be ettectwie wilh the beginning of ihe ne.i quarter c-.I ine fiscal year. provided ine
milk coniraclor gives notice 10 ithe Board bV ire lifleeinirn r 15 l 01 the lasi month in Ine
current quaner II the milk cornracior fails, to properly n.:'iiry irie School B':'ard :o any
such price decrease which would result.in a decrease in the contract price of milk, the
Sicno-')l Boar-d will make arn ap priaole reduii:in in price -icaal.ai.'r or de-escalation
of the successful bidder's price .-hall be bac'-.ed -.olely on the FMO price change when
such change falls within the limits set by this amended regulation.


Suggested format for bid:


White
Whole
Milk


White 2% 1%
Lowfat Chocolate
Milk Milk


Item I. FMO cost per 1/2 pint milk

Item 2. Other costs to contractor ____ _

Item 3. Total cost per 1/2 pint milk ___ ___

Please indicate if your company is exempt from collecting the Florida ADF on this
item.


Please submit quotations for the following items that are needed in addition:to the
above items.

Milkshake Mix, 1/2 gallon, Chocolate, Price per 1/2 gallon
Milkshake Mix, 1/2 gallon, Vanilla, Price per 1/2 gallon
Milkshake Mix, 1/2 gallon, Strawberry, Price per 1/2 gallon


Cultured Sour Cream, lowfat-


1/2 gallon Qt._


School begins August 4, 2005 and ends May 24, 2006.

All bids should be marked "SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE MILK BID", and be submitted
by 4:30 p.m. on July 15, 2005.

Submit to:
Liberty County School Board
David Summers, Superintendent
P.O. Box 429- 12926 NW CR 12
Bristol, Florida 32321

The bids will be reviewed by district personnel at 4:30 p.m. on July 15, 2005 to.prepare
them for presentation to lhe Lioenv County School Board. The board reserves the,
right to accept or reject any or all bis. For additional nformalon please call Sheila
Snelton. Direclor.oj Food Service al.t8501 643-227~5 e\i. 238. 629,7.6


must be bonded, insured and be able
to finish the project by August 4, 2005.
It is required that the contractor visit
the job site before submitting a formal
bid. Specifications and design drawings
for this project may be acquired at the
Liberty Education and Administrative
Center located on Highway 12 South in
Bristol at 12926 NW CR 12. Any ques-
tions concerning this project may be
directed to Glenn Moore, Director of Ad-
ministration at (850) 643-2275 ext. 236.
Proof of all insurance requirements must
be presented before the contract is let.
Insurance does include workman's com-
pensation as required by Florida Stat-
utes. The Liberty County School Board
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
No asbestos or asbestos containing
material may be used in this project.
The bids must be sealed and. labeled
"AC System at Hosford School Main
Building". All bids must be submirled Ic;
the Liberty County School Board Onice
at 12926 NW County Road 12 by 4 p.m.
(ET) July 7, 2005. Any bid received after
this time will not be considered.
6-29, 7-6


Liberty County School Board

REQUEST FOR BIDS ON THE RE-
SIDING OF THE HOSFORD SCHOOL
MAIN BUILDING IN HOSFORD, FL.

The Liberty County School Board is re-.
questing sealed bids for the Re-Siding of
the Main building at Hosford School. The
successful contractor shall furnish all
labor and materials. The job will require
that existing rotten boards be replaced
on sides and eaves of the building, new
siding (hardy board) installed and paint-
ed, new windows installed, and gutter
system and down spouts installed. No
asbestos or asbestos containing ma-
terial may be used in this project. The
successful contractor must be bonded,
insured and have worker's compensation
as required by Florida Sraiules Proofl i
insurance requirements must by provid-
ed before the contract is let. An on site
visil is required by ihe contractor before
tnier bio is submrrlned. All questions con-
cerning this project may be directed to
Glenn Moore, Director of Administration
at (850) 643-2275 ext. 236. The Liberty
County School Board reserves the right
to rejeci any or all bids Specification
documents mayt be acquired at the Lib-
erry Education and Administration Cen-
ter on Highway 12 South at 12926 NW
CR 12 Bids shall be sealed and labeled
-Hosiord School Main Building Re-Sid-
,in Proecrt". All bids must be submitted
to rie Liberty County Schc.-,i Board Oi-
fice at 12926 NW Cojniy Road 12 by 4
v m (ET Jul,' 7., 2005. Any :.id received
ahetr ir.n iim- a.ii rioi be considered.
6-29, 7-6


NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSID-
ER ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE

Notice is hereby given to whom it may
concern that on July 11, 2005 at 6:30
p.m.(ET) in the.City Hall, Bristol, Florida,
the City Counsel of Bristol, Florida, in-
tends to consider adoption of the follow-
ing Ordinance:

ORDINANCE NO. 2005-01

AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A CA-
BLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE TO
BRIGHT HOUSE NETWORKS, LLC,
A DELAWARE LIMITED LIABILITY
COMPANY, TO CONSTRUCT, OP-
ERATE AND MAINTAIN A CABLE
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM IN
THE CITY OF BRISTOL, FLORIDA,
SETTING. FORTH CONDITIONS
ACCOMPANYING THE GRANT OF
THE FRANCHISE; AND PROVID-
ING FOR REGULATION AND USE
OF THE SYSTEM;

Copies of the proposed ordinance may
be inspected at the office of the City
Clerk, City Hall, 12444 NW Virginia G.
Weaver Street, Bristol, Florida, during
regular scheduled working hours. Inter-
"ested parties may appear at the meet-
ing and be heard with respect to he pro-
'posed ordinance.

.Those requiring special accbmmoda-
'tions in accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, should. notify the
.-Oity.Citrlspno later thanls week.iprior to


the meeting.


This Notice is dated in Bristol, Liberty
County, Florida, this 29th day of June,
2005.


ROBIN M. HATCHER
CITY CLERK
CITY OF BRISTOL, FLORIDA


6-29, 7-6


In the Mailer of an Application
for a General Permit by:


Progress Energy Florida
3300 Exchange Place
Lake Mary, Florida 32327


File Number: 20-0246834-001-DG
County: Gadsden and Liberty


ThI- el pi-, nt o: Iri.iroi nizi ,n t l -'r,:i 1,. : tlice [hl ii iI hi:. ,I Irih ..
rini ] r' h i i heiiI ,f i: ri iji r ii,:Iir of a ri'e.., if 3r -,niT i i:, liin,, bir er...,' en the existing
Progress Eneig', ir.ri- Ti:T ,;in line at Ar'.i.'[ter Rjid io a proposed Talquin.
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The Eilepnrmenrr dei:lIm riTi,ioi iin .shall become fil unlre: 3 ir imel,' petiirin
for .3n .3diTiiril[uail.e heri~ ciii ii ed uridler .-I li i'. 1 '0 i nd l ',i l i
Florid-n .ii.lule: I- FS I The i-nie .-]id nir:eiidiire er: pe[it-irr n j l,:l r i -i,-ii ,11-] Cr
set forth below. Upon -he irnei, fliiiin uf .d petition, thi' Je Clin. iion .r.ill not
be -ffe, i've until further order of the .iepnartmeiit

A pe :o:ri ',li..:e ,'i ,.iani alid iniere: :! are affected b', tri= Department's
decision n,; pe I i ri ir : irn .njiiiriii .rl .ii: t-i.e i:ro ding (h1- 3'rifil ini deer
S -ciior 1 _.I '- %9 and 120.57, ES. The petition must contain the information
set forth below and must be -il. l ie(r. 'ed bi, the Ci, rl i i-e ,ilin ii
General Counsel ct itheC Dp.niTii-at 391 i CJ0 ':riiri,'oiilh oiii-iar,1 Mladl
.lanion 35, T.llaia se HF -ridi3 3: '-:'9-3000. Tli ppiei-t 'ri, I:hall al;o '111 1
copy o:f the peioniri t he applicant at -he addre :. rincaied iaiov .3Ea ir-
iirrie of lilinq

Pel iii,'r niu'e i h Ie ild althinr "1 dlay', ot pubhatili]anin or rer p :I iir.v.n .,-T-
ten notice, e-cept, iit t piniirii- by 3n', per',ir, entitled to written notice
undrili SeCrhi' 110 60(3) F:. murt be filed within '1. d, .'ti if rereip ,r f the
w trilei n ei:i lie Thl Idlure : an-,pi ,rin io tilt.. plil lio'n ~ rilhin h ppropi -.
3aH ifTife periid hallal conswiluie a wave of t iria petrrioris ig 1: lequesi anr
adrriinisirative dietlerinallon hearingg) under Secion; 11:'0 569 and 120 57
F 3 Anr, :iubsiquernt interverilion (in a proceeding initialed v j3nolther parr'v
Aiill bie i at th dii reiiorn oi f ithe p siding offiC er ipoin the tihlin oI a
niition in r.cmpliarire wiih Rule 28.-106.205 F 6 C

peeiin niu':i orilJair, Ihe IrilluwA ri] inforaitin,iir

l Tiie l ,Tei addle-.: riin ele-phoine' i iumti r of each 1,:'[iini r'[ the
Oepainienr peninIl id..ii ,ti:iainon nuiiri'i' i .andI' tlJ i i' ijirv in wvhih the
iul. l tei:[ iTl-tnl *r :a':ln/ir, i. lion:ai.d

(Lit :iai'ren 'it of how and when :.!h p-ti'i'-i r ri:re'.,el ic e 'Of i.


IL t' 'a 'i:i, .f I ,i' a h' | llii:i- ie i b a, i:r l a il ,: i re aflfe .i,-
fi, rie l ,p ip:-ri[ action;

(d) A statement of the material facts disputed by the ,-iirii, r if any;

(e) A statement of facts iii31 i pii ,iionr contends warrant reversal or
rTiidif,:i,3i':.n of the Department action;

Ii statementof which rules or statutes tli: peiiri:rer conriieid: require
reversal or ii,:,di:hhat:ir -i of the D[eprTeTtitr diiar and

111l 'i Ien _-li ,'f ihe i relief ui ,' [ut he p li :'- rier 'l airi1g precisely' iliTh
action lihit Lie pi-litiinir wants the Departmentto take.

A petition hi it do.es not dispute the material facts on which the
ipanm t iI[ lii'-irIi -; ba ed 'hal l i li-1. r 1t:i uih'.3:is 31 r inJi drpuit. and .
:,I-i [,,I:u ht ill rI.n i~n t .I ,,e ilfi-ii ,riati:,,i r3 set forth above, as required
b., Rule -.10C6 11-1. iF C

Because thje 3diriTi,'--Irativie herring process is designed to'redetermine'
the D-i danrreri. dei ern aion titre illirngi r a pi-ilionr T'injii hl ii th
:I-parnllpiii' r final determination may be differentfrom the determination
stated in this notice. Pperm '.r .,.hi:e sub'idaniiidal nterer:. may te inected b','
any change in the -leprnient-': delrmiriiinl have the -Ight 1o petition to
LeCo:rr.e ,5 pit- 1' i.i prrI- e .'edir in a3uriirdri:e wvilh the -equirenem't.s *ciut
forth above.

Mediation under ,-ction 120.573, FS, is -,i':rt a '.able for third: pirrrieerdiini

liHe ippiii iri c 5,oris a,,aiibie for public inspection during iriTi al busi-e:'
hours, 8 a,m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal holidays at the
Tallahassee Branch Office of the Department of Environmental Protection,
:115 Remrngtro, Green Circle, Suite A, Tall.iha :ee Florida 32308-1513. v


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR LIBERTY
COUNTY

FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
d/b/a

Case no.: 05-86CA

PROGRESS ENERGY FLORIDA,
Parcels: .6, 96, 97, 98, 98A and 98B

Petitioner,

vs.

ST. JOETIMBERLAND COMPANYOF
DELAWARE, L.L.C., a Delaware limit-
ed liability company, APALACHICOLA
NORTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY,
SUNSHINE STATE CYPRESS, INC.,
a Florida corporation, LIBERTY CHIPS
CORPORATION, a Florida corpora-
tion, SOUTHTRUST BANK, NATION-
AL ASSOCIATION, a national banking
association AND AN RAILWAY L.L.C.

Respondents.
/

SUMMONSTO SHOW CAUSE
AND NOTICE OF HEARING

NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN
PROCEEDINGS:
INTHE NAMEAND BYTHEAUTHOR-
ITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA:-

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and
to all persons and parties claiming or
having any right, title, interest, estate,
mortgage or other lien to or on those
certain parcels of land described in
the Petition heretofore filed, and the
following persons, together with all un-
known persons claiming by, through or
under known persons who are dead.
or are not known to be dead or alive,
to wit:

St. Joe Timberland Company of
Delaware, LLC.
Attn: Doug Booher
245 Riverside Avenue, Suite 500
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Apalachicola Northern Railroad
Company
Attn: Doug Booher
245 Riverside Ave., Suite 500
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Sunshine State Cypress, Inc.
245 Riverside Avenue, Suite 500
Jacksonville, FL 32202

AN Railway, LLC
'2605 Thomas Drive
Panama City Beach, FL 32408

Southtrust Bank, National' Asso-
ciation, a national banking associa-
tion '
112 W. 23rd Street
Panama City, FL 32405

Liberty Chips Corporation, a Flori-
da corporation
7704 NW MLK Road
Bristol, FL 32321

'Liberty Chips Corporation
Jimmy L. Hatcher, PST
7704 NW MLK Road
Bristol, FL 32321

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Dec-
laration of Taking has been filed in
the above styled cause by the Peti-
tioner; Florida Power Corporation, for
condemnation of permanent facilities
easements and danger tree ease-
ments, said property being located
in Liberty County, Florida, and more
particularly described in the Petition
files herein for the purpose of con-
structing a new 115kV transmission
line in Liberty Cbunty. This transmis-
sion line will be constructed from the
Company's Liberty County substation
to the proposed new Atwater substa-
tion to be located in Gadsden County
Florida, said transmission line being
a distance of approximately .20 miles.


The subject transmission line will en-
hance and maintain the reliability and
integrity of the Company's electric
system and improve the availability
of low-cost electric energy within the
State of Florida.

The subject transmission line is
deemed necessary by the Compa-
ny's projection analysis in order to
adequately serve the residential,
commercial and industrial customer
load growth that is developing in Lib-
erty and Gadsden Counties and to
enhance the integrity of the electrical
transmission network in this area. In
the absence of the construction of the
proposed transmission line to provide
additional power, the reliability of the
electrical grid may be substantially im-
pacted. The subject line is designed
to minimize the risk of brownouts and
blackouts that may occur during sys-
tem contingencies, outages or other
failures. The subject transmission
line will aliow the Company to pro-
vide additional transmission capacity
and support, enhance its capacity to
operate an integrated electric power
system and perform its statutory ob-
ligation of public service as required
by Chapter 366, Florida Statutes and
the Service Rules and Regulations
prescribed by the Florida Public Ser-
vice Commission, said property being
located in Liberty County, Florida, and
more particularly described as follows,
to wit:"

PARCEL 6(PF) SECTION 24 T1N
R6W
The Westerly 50.00 feet of the
Apalachicola Northern Railroad,
as shown in right of way and track
map, station 4020+00 to station
4140+00, and station 3930+00 to
station 4020+00, dated June 15,
1962, lying in Section 24, Township
1 North, Range 6 West, Liberty
County, Florida, being more partic-
ularly described as follows: COM-
MENCE,at the Southeast corner of
said Section 24; thence along the
South line of said Section 24,
North 9000'00" West, 462.50 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence continue along said South
line, North 90000'00" West, 52.26
feet to said Westerly right of way
line; .thence along said Westerly
right of way line the following (3)
courses and distances; (1) North
1655'08" West, 1492.85 feet to
the point of curvature of a curve
concave East, having a radius of
1970.08 feet, a chord of 1242.33
feet that bears North 01 27'36" East
and a central angle of 36045'28";
(2) Northerly along the arc of said
curve a distance of 1263.89 feet
to the point of tangency; (3) North
19050'20" East, 2532.56 feet to
the West line of said Section 24;
thence.along said West line, South
00039'30" East, 142.79 feet to a
point 50.00 feet perpendicular dis-
tance to said Westerly right of way
line; thence parallel with said West-
erly right of way line the following
(3) three courses arid distances;
(1) South 19050'20 ..West, 2398.80
feet to the point of curvature of a
curve concave East, having a ra-
dius of 1920.08 feet, :a chord of
1210.80 feet that bears South
01 27'36" West and a central angle
of 36045'28"; (2) Southerly along
the arc of said curve a distance
of 1231.82 feet to the point of tan-
gency; (3) South 1655'08" East,
1508.05 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing 260,706
square feet (5.985 acres), more or
less.

PARCEL 6(PF) SECTION 25 TI1N
R6W
A portion of the Apalachicola
Northern Railroad, as shown on
right of way and track map, station
3930+00 to station 4020+00, dated
June 15, 1962, lying in Section 25,
Township. 1 North, Range 6 West,
Liberty County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:


COMMENCE at the Northeast
Corner of said Section 25; thence
along the North line of said Section
25, North 90000'00" West, 462.50
feet to a point 50.00 perpendicular
distance to the Westerly right of
.way line of said Apalachicola North-
ern Railroad, and the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence parallel with
said Westerly right of way line, the.
following three (3) courses and dis-
tances; (1) South 16055'08" East,
783.92.feet to the point of curvature
of a curve concave West, having
a radius of 1899.86 feet, a chord
of 1079.11 feet that bears South
0025'12" East and a central angle
of 3259'52"; (2) Southerly along
the arc of said curve a distance of
.1094.17 feet to the point of tangen-
cy; (3) South 1604'44" West, 65.98
feet; thence departing said parallel
line, South 56011'44" East, 73.49
feet to the Easterly right of way line
of said Apalachicola Northern Rail-
road; thence along said Easterly
right of way line South 1604'44"
West, 73.49 feet; thence North
5611 '44" West, 125.98 feet to said
Westerly right of way line; thence
along said Westerly .right of way
line the following three (3) courses
and distances; (1) North 16004'44"
East, 123.49 feet to the point of
curvature of a curve concave West,
having a radius of 1849.86 feet, a
chord of 1050.71 feet that bears
North 00_25'12" West and a central
angle -of 32059'52"; (2) Northerly
along the arc of said curve a dis-
tance .of 1065.37 feet: to the point
of tangency; (3) North 1655'08"
West, 799.13 feet-to said North
line of Section 25; thence along
said North line, .South 9000'00"
East, 52.26 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing 105,283
square feet, more or less.

'PARCEL 96(PF)
A 20.00 foot strip of land in Sec-
tion 24, Township 1 North, Range
6 West, Liberty County, Florida, ly-
ing Westerly of the Westerly right
of way line of the Apalachicola
Northern Railroad, as shown in
right of way and track map, sta-
tion 4020+00 to station 4-1140+00
and station 3930+00 to station
4020+00, dated June 15, 1962 be-
ing more particularly described as
follows: COMMENCE at the South-
east corner of said Section 24;
thence along the South line of said
Section 24, North 9000'00" West,
535.67 feet to said Westerly right
of way line and the POINT OF BE-
GINNING; thence continue along
said South line, North 9000'00",
West, 20.90 feet to a point 20.00
feet perpendicular distance to said
Westerly right of way line; thence
parallel with said Westerly right of
way line the following (3) courses
and distances; (1) North 16055'08"
West, 1486.76 feet to the point of
curvature of a curve concave East,,
having a radius of 1990.08.feet, a
chord of 1254.94 feet that bears
North 0107-'36" East and a central
angle..of 36045'28"; (2) Northerly
along the arc of said curve a dis-
tance of 1276.72 feet to the point of
-tangency; (3) North 19050'20" East,
2586.06 feet to the East line of said
Section 24; thence along said East
line, South 00039'30"- East, 57.12
feet to said Westerly right of way
line; thence.along with said West-
erly right of way line the following
(3) three courses and distances;
(1) South 19050'20" West, 2532.56
feet to the point of curvature of a
curve concave East; having a ra-
dius of .1970.08 feet, a chord of
1242.33 feet that bears South
01 27'36" West and a central angle
of 36045'28"; (2) Southerly along
the arc of said. curve a distance
of 1263.89 feet to the point of tan-
gency; (3) South 1655'08" East,
1492.85 feet to the South line of
said Section 24 and the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing 106,388
squarelfeet,'or 2.44 acres nore or


PARCEL 97(PF)
A portion of Section 25, Township
1 North, Range 6 West, Liberty
County, Florida, being more partic-
ularly described as follows: COM-
MENCE at the Northeast Corner
of said Section 25; thence along
the North line of said Section 25,
North 9000'00" West, 514.76 feet
to the Westerly right of way line of
Apalachicola Northern Railroad, as
shown on right of way. and track-
map, station 3930+00 to station
4020+00, dated-June 15, 1962,
and the POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence along said Westerly right
of way line. South 1655'08" East,
799.13 feet to the point of cur-
v.ature of a curve concave West,
having a radius of-.1849.86 feet, a
chord of 1050.71 feet that bears
South 0025'12" East and a central
angle of 32059'52"; thence South-
erly along said Westerly right of
way line and the arc of said curve
a distance of 1065.37 feet to the
point of tangency; thence continue
along said Westerly right of way
line, South 1604'44" West, 123.49
feet; thence North 5611'44" West,
31.50 feet, to a point 30.00 feet
perpendicular distance to said
Westerly right of way line; thence
parallel with said Westerly right of
way line, North 1604'44" East,
113.90 feet to the point of cur-
vature of a curve concave West,
having a radius of 1819.86 feet, a
chord of 1033.67 feet that bears
North 00025'12" West and a central
angle of 3259'52"; thence con-
tinue parallel with said Westerly
right of way line, Northerly along
the arc of said curve a distance
of 1048.09 feet to the point of tan-
gency; thence continue. parallel
with said Westerly right of way line,
-North 1655'08" West, 301.35 feet;
thence North 73004'52" East, 10.00
feet, ic. a poini 20.00 feet perpen-
dicular distance to said Westerly
right of way line; thence paral-
lel with 'said Westerly right of way
line, North 1655'08" West, 503.86
feet, to said North line of Section
25; thence along said North line,
S-U.th 90 00 00" East, 20.90 feet to -
ihe POINT OF BEGINNING. Con-
taining 54,320 square feet, more
or less. -

PARCEL 98(PF)
A portion of Section 30, Township
1. North, Range 5 West, Liberty
County, Florida, being more partic-
ularly described as follows: COM-
MENCE at the Northwest Corner
of said Section 30; thence along
the West line of said Section'30,
South 0033'32" West, 21-08.85
feet, to the Southerly right of way
line of Lowery Chip Mill Road as
described in Official Records Book
134, Page 298, Public Records
of Liberty County, Florida thence
along said Southerly right of way
line, South 56011'44" East, 163.21
feet to the Boundary line of lands
described in Official Records Book
134, Page 240 Public Records of
Liberty County, Florida and the
POINT OF BEGINNING; thence
continue along said 'Southerly right
of way line, South 56011'44" East,
77.47 feet; thence continue along
said Southerly right of way line,
South 38045'26" East, 200.43 feet
to said Boundary line; thence along
said Boundary line South 49010'54"
West, 28.47. feet; thence North
4700'09'" West, 271.79 feet to said
Boundary line; thence along said
Boundary line, North 43001'48"
East, 44.67 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing 12,311
square feet, more or less.
AND
A portion, of Section 30, Township
1 North, Range 5 West, Liberty
County, Florida, being more partic-
ularly described as follows: COM-
MENCE at the Northwest Corner of
said Section 30; thence along the


West line of said Section 30, South
00o33'32" West, 2019.17 feet, to the-
Northerly right of way line of Lowery-
Chip Mill Road as described in Of-
ficial Records Book 134, Page 298,
Public Records of Liberty County,
Florida thence along said North-
erly right of way line the following
five. (5) courses and distances;
(1) South 56011'44" East, 301.34
feet; (2) South 38045'26" East,
415.71 feet; (3) South 40o55'24"
East, 883.33 feet to a nontangent
curve concave Southwest, having
a radius of 379.82 feet, a chord
of 161.84 feet that bears South
6152'21" East and a central angle
of 2436'06"; (4) Easterly along
the arc of said curve a distance
of 163.09 feet to the point of tan-
gency; (5) South 49034'18" East,
154.18 feel to the Easterly bound-
ary line of lands described in Of-
ficial Records Book 114, Page 67
Public Records of Liberty County,
Florida and the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; thence along said Easterly
Boundary line, North 12058'29"
East, 16.45 feet to a point 15.00
feet perpendicular measurement
to said Northerly right of way line
and a point on the arc of a non
tangent curve concave Northeast,
having a radius of 440.00 feet,
a chord of 186.25 feet that bears
South 64035'03" East and a central
angle of 24^26'19"; Ihence parallel
with said Northerly right of way line
the following five (5) courses and
distances; (1) Southeasterly along-
the arc of said curve a distance of
187.67 feet; (2) South 76048'12"-
East, 57.82 feet to the point of cur-
vature of a curve concave South-
west, having a radius of 560.00
feet, a chord of 326.90 feet that
bears South 5949'59. East and
a central angle ofi 33056'27";, (3)
'Southeasterly along the arc of said
curve a distance of 331.73 feet to
the point of tangency; (4) South
42o51'45" East, 501.60 feet to the
point of curvature of a curve con-
cave Northeast, having a radius of
765.00 feet, a chord' of 62.30 feet
that bears South 45011'47" East
and a central- angle of 04-40'03",
(5) Southeasterly. along the arc
of said curve a distance of 62.32
feet; thence South 46052'00" East,
143.63 feet; thence continue along
said Northerly right of way line the
following five (5) courses and dis-
tances; (1) Northwesterly along
said curve through a central angle
of 1516'41", a distance of 207.99
feet to the point of tangency; (2)
North 42051'45" West, 501.60
feet to the point of curvature of a
curve concave Southwest, having
a radius of 545.00 feet, a chord
of 318.15 feet that bears North
59049'59" West and a central an-
gle of 33056'27"; (3) Northwesterly
along the. arc of said curve a dis-
tance of 322.85 feet to the point of
tangency; thence North 7648'12"
West, 57.82 feet to the point of cur-
vature of a curve concave North-
east, having a radius of 455.00 feet,
a chord of 185.89 feet that bears
North 6500'59" West and a central
angle of 23034'27"; (5) Northwest-
erly along the arc of said curve a
distance of 187.21 feet to Easterly
boundary line of lands described in
Official Records Book' 114, Page
67 Public Records of Liberty Coun-
ty, Florida, and to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing 18,455.
square feet, more or less.

PARCEL 98A(PF)
A portion of lands described on Of-
ficial Records Book 114, Page 67,
Public Records of Liberty County,
Florida, lying in Section 30, Town-
ship 1 North, Range 5 West, Lib-
erty County, Florida, being more


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particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at the Northwest
-Corner of said Section 30; thence
along the West line of said Sec-
tion 30, South 00033'32" West,
2019.17 feet, to the Northerly right
of way line of Lowery Chip Mill
Road as described in Official Re-
cords Book 134, Page 298, Public
Records of Liberty County, Florida
thence along said Northerly right
of way line the following three (3)
courses and distances; (1) South
56011'44" East, 301.34 feet; (2)
South 3845'26" East, 415.71 feet;
(3) South 4055'24" East, 770.63
feet-to the POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence South 57011'20" East,
218:88 feet to a point 15.00 feet
perpendicular measurement to said
Northerly right of way line being on
the arc of a non tangent curve con-
cave Southwest, having a radius of
394.82 feet, a chord of 52.71, feet
that bears South 53O23'58" .East
and a central angle of 07039'19";
thence parallel with said North-
erly right of way line the following
three 13) courses and distances;
'- Southeasterly along the arc of
said curve a distance of 52.75 feet
to the point of tangency; (2) South
49034'18" East, 154.18 feet to the
point of curvature of a curve con-
cave Northeast, having a radius of
440.00 feet, a chord of 21.45 feet
that bears South .50058'06" East
and a central angle of 02o47'35";
(3) Southeasterly along the arc of
said curve a.distance of 21.45 feet
to the Easterly boundary line of said
lands described in Official Records
Book 114, Page 67; thence along
said Easterly boundary line, South
S1258'29" West, 16 4 5 feel to said
Northerly nght c.l way line being on
.he arc of a non tangent curve con-
cave Northeast, having a radius of
-455.00 feet, a chord of 29.04 feet
that bears North 5124'02" West
and a central angle of 03039'27";
thence along said Northerly right
of way line the following four (4)_
courses and distances' il West-
erly along the arc of said curve a
distance of 29.04 feet to the point
of langency, (2) North 419 3418"
West, 154 18 feet to the point
of curvature of a curve concave
Southwest. having a radius, of
379.82 feet, a.chord of 161.84 feet
that bears North 61 52'21" West
and a central angle of 24o36,06";-
,2} Northwesterly along the arc of
said curve a distance of 163.09
.feet; (4) North. -1055'24' West,
112.70 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING. Containing 7,443 square -
feet, more or less .


PARCEL 98B(PF)
A portion of lands described in Of-
ficial Records Book 149, Page 22,
Public Records of Liberty County,
Florida, lying in,Section 30, Town-
ship 1 North, Range 5 West, Lib-
erty County, Florida, being more
particularly, described as follows:
'COMMENCE at the Northwest
Corner of said Section 30; thence
-alongthe West line of said Sec-
tion 30, South 00033'32" West,
2108.85 feet, to the Southerly right
of way line of Lowery Chip Mill
Road as described in Official Re-
cords Book 134, Page 298, Public
Records of Liberty County, Florida
-and the POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence along said Southerly right
of way line, South 56011'44" East,
163.21 feet to the Boundary line of
said lands described in Official Re-
cords Book 149, Page 22; thence
along said Boundary line, South
43001'48" West, 44.67 feet; thence
-North 4700'09" West, 182.10 feet
to a point 15.00 feet perpendicular
measurement to said Southerly
right of way 'line; thence parallel
with said Southerly right of way
line, North 56011'44" West, 187.01
feet to said Boundary line; thence
along said Boundary line, North
1604'44" East, 15.75 feet-to said


Southerly right of .way line; thence,
along said Southerly right of way
line, South 56011'44" East, 215.51
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
Containing 8,310 square feet, more
or less.
AND: -
A portion of lands described in Of-
ficial Records Book 149, Page 22,
Public Records of Liberty County,
Florida, lying in Section 30, Town-
ship 1 North, Range 5 West, Lib-
erty County,. Florida,, being more
particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at the Northwest
Corner of said Section 30; thence
along the West line of said Sec-_
tion 30, South 00033'32" West,
2108.85 feet, to the Southerly right
of way line of Lowery Chip Mill
Road as described. in Official Re-
cords Book 134, Page 298, Public
Records of Liberty County, Florida
thence along said Soulherly rghnt
of way line the following two t2)
courses and distances: l1) South
56011'44" East, 240.68 feet; (2).
South 38045'26" East, 200.43 feet
to the Boundary line of said lands
described in said Official Records
Book 149, Page 22 and the POINT
OF BEGINNING;
thence continue along said Souther-
ly right of way line, South 38045'26"
East, 205.19 feet; thence continue
along said Southerly right of way
line, South 4055'24" East, 600.69
feet; thence North 57o1l'20" West,;
53.56 feet to a point 15.00 feet per-
pendicular measurement to said
Southerly right or way line; thence
parallel with said Southerly right of
way line, North 4055'24" West,
549.56 feet; thence continue paral-
lel with said Southeriv right of way
line, North 38045 26 West. 204 93
feet to said Boundary line; thence
along said Boundary line, North
49010'54" East, 15.01 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING. Contain-
ing 11,703 square feet, more or
less.


PARCEL 96(DT)
A 40.00 foot strip of land in Sec-
tion 24,-Township 1 Nronh. Range 6.
West, Liberty County, Flerida, lying
20.00 feet Westerly of the Westerly.
right of way line of the Apalachicolia
Northern Railroad as shown in
right of way and track map, station
4020+00 to station 4140+00, and"
station 3930+00 to station 4020+00,
dated June 15, 1962 being more
particularly described as follows;
COMMENCE at. the Southeast
corner of said Section 24; thence
along the South line of said Section
24, North 9000'00" West,- 535.67
feet to a point 20.00 feet perpen-
dicular distance to said Westerly
right of way., line and the POINT,
OF BEGINNING; thence along,
said South line, North 9000'00'"
West, 41.81 feet to a point 60.00
feet perpendicular distance to said
Westerly right of way line; thence
parallel with said Westerly right of
,way line the following (3). courses
and distances; (1) North 16055'08"
West, 1474.59 feet to the point of
curvature of a curve concave East,
having a radius of 2030.08 feet, a
chord of 1280.17 feet that bears
North 0127'36" East and a central
angle of 36.45'28"; (2) Northerly
along the arc of said .curve a. dis-
tance of 1302.39 feet to the point of
tangency; (3) North 19050'20" East,
2693.06 feet to the Easi line of said.
Section 24; thence along said East
line, South 00039'30" East, 114.23
feet to a point 20.00 feet perpen-
dicular measurement to said West-
erly right of way line; thence paral-
lel with said Westerly right of way
line the following (3) three courses
and distances; (1) South 19050'20"
West, 2586.06-feet to the point
of curvature of a curve concave
East, having a radius of 1990.08
feet, a chord of 1254.94 feet that
bears South 0127'36" West and
a central angle of 36045'28"; (2)


Southerly along the arc of said
curve a distance of 1276.72 feet
to the point of tangency; (3) South
1655'08" East, 1486.76 feet to
the South line of said Section 24
and the POINT OF BEGINNING.
Containing 216,392 square feet, or
4.97 acres more or less.

PARCEL 97(DT)
A portion of Section 25, Town-
ship 1 North, Range 6 West, Lib-
erty County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at the Northeast
Corner of said Section 25; thence
along the North line of said Section
25,; North 90'00 00' West 535.67
feet to a point 20.00 feet perpen-
dicular distance to the Westerly
right of way line of Apalachicola
Northern Railroad, as shown on
right of way and track map. station
3930+00 lo station 4020+00. daled
June 1.5, 1962. and Ihe POINT
OF BEGINNING; thence paral-
lel with said Westerly. rignht ol way.
Line, South 1655'08" East, 503.86
feet; thence South 73004'52" West,
10.00 feet, to a point 30.00 feet
perpendicular distance to said
Westerly right of way line; thence
parallel with said Westerly right of
way line, South 16055'08" East,
301.35 feet to the point of cur-
vature of a curve concave West,
having a radius of 1819.86 feet, a
chord of 1033.67 feet that bears
South 00?25'12" East and a central
angle of 3259'52"; thence South-
erly parallel with said Westerly
right of way line and the arc of said
curve a distance of 1048.09 feet to
the point of tangency; thence con-
tinue parallel with said Westerly
right of way line, South 16004'44"
West, 113.90 feet; thence South
56011'44" East, .31.50 feet, to said
Westerly right of way line; thence
along said Westerly right of way
line, South 16004'44" West, 66.14
feet; thence, North.56011'44" West,
62 99 teet to a point .60.00 feet.
perpendicular distance to said
SWesterly rigni of way line; thence
parallel with said Westerly right of
-.way' line, North 16004'44" East,
170.45 feet to the point of cur-
vature of a curve concave West,
having a radius of 1789 86 feet a
chord of 1016.63 feet that bears
North 00025'12" West and a central
angle of 32059'52'"; thence contin-
ue parallel with said Westerly right
of way line, Northerly along the arc
of said curie a distance of 1030.82
feet to the point of tangency; thence
continue parallel with said Westerly
right of way line, North 16055'08"
West, 817.39 feet to .said North
line of Section 25; thence along
said North line, South 90000'00".
East, 41.81 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing 67,864
square feet, more or less.

PARCEL 98(DT)
A portion of Section 30, Township
1 North, Range. 5 West, Liberty
County, Florida, being more partic-
ularly described as follows: COM-
MENCE at the Northwest Corner
of said Section 30; thence along
the West line of said Section 30,1
South 00033'32" West,, 2108.85
feet, to the Southerly right of way
line of Lowery Chip Mill Road as
.described in Official Records Book
134,, Page 298, Public Records
of Liberty County, Florida thence
along said Southerly right of way
line, South 5611.'44" East, 163.21
feet to the Boundary line of lands
described in Official Records Book
134, Page 240 Public Records of
Liberty. County, -Florida; thence
along said Boundary line, South
43001'48" West, 44.67 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence South 47000'09"East,
271.79 feet to said Boundary line;
thence along said Boundary line
South 49010'54" West, 46.58 feet
to a point 75.00 feet perpendicular
distance to said Southerly right of


way line; thence parallel with said
Southerly right of way line, North
38045'26" West, 43.99 feet; thence
North 4700'09" West, 223.26 feet
to said Boundary line; thence along
said Boundary line, North 43001'48"
East, 40.00 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing 10,925
square feet, more or less.
AND:
A portion of Section 30, Town-
ship 1 North, Range 5 West, Lib-
erty County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at the- Northwest
Corner of said Section 30; thence
along the West line of said Sec-
tion 30,. South 0033'32" West,
2019.17 feet, to the Northerly right
of way line of Lowery Chip Mill
Road as described in Official Re-
cords Book 134, Page 298, Public
Records of Liberty County, Florida
thence along said Northerly right
of way line the following five (5)
courses and distances; (1) South
5611'44" East, 301.34 feet; (2)
South 38o45'26" East, 415.71 feet;
(3) South 4055'24" East, 883.33
feet to a nonlangenr curve con-
cave Southwest, having a radius of
'379.82 feet, a chord of 161.84 feet
that bears South 61052'21"' East
and a central angle of 2436'06";
(4) Easterly along the arc of said
curve a distance of 163.09 feet to
the point of tangency; (5) South
49034'18" East, 154.18 feet to the
Easterly boundary line of lands
described in Official Records Book
114, Page 67 Public Records of
Liberty County, Florida; thence
along said Easterly Boundary line
North 1258'29" East, 16.45 feet
to a point 15.00 feet perpendicular
distance to said Northerly right of
way line and the POINT OF BE-
GINNING; thence continue along
said Easterly Boundary line, North
1258'29" East, 67.16 feet to a
point 75.00 feet perpendicular dis-
tance to said Northerly right of way
line and a point on the arc of a non
tangent curve concave Northeast,
having a radius, of 380.00 feet,
a chord- of 188.15. feet that bears
South 6228'11" East and a central
angle of 2840'02"; thence -paral-
lel with said Northerly right of way
line the following five (5) courses
and distances, (1) Southeasterly
.along the arc of said curve a dis-
tance of 190.13 feet- to the point
of tangency; (2) South 76o48'12"
East, 57.82 feet to the point of cur-
vature of a curve concave South-
west, having a radius of 620.00
feet, a chord of 361.93 feet that
bears South 59049'59" East and
a central angle of 33056'27"; (3)
Southeasterly along the arc of said
curve a distance of 367.28 feet to
the point of tangency; (4) South-
42051'45" East, 501.60 feet to the
point of curvature of a curve con-
cave Northeast, having a radius of
705.00 feet, a chord of 57.76 feet
that bears South 45012'37" East
and a central angle of 04041'43";
(5) Southeasterly along the arc
of said curve a distance of 57:76
feet; thence South 46052'00" East,
325.33 feet to a point on a non tan-
gent curve concave to the North-
.east with a radius of 780.00 feet,
a chord of 191.01 feet which bears
North 6510'26" West, and a central
angle of 14004'00" and said North-
erly right of way line; thence along.
said Northwesterly curve and said
Northerly right of way line a dis-
tance of 191.50 feet; thence North
4652'00" -West, 143.63 feet to a
non tangent curve concave to the
Northeast with a radius of 765.00
feet, a chord of 62.30 feet which
bears North 45011'47" West, and
a central angle of 0440'04", and a
point 15.00 feet perpendicular dis-
tance to said Northerly right'of way
line; thence parallel with said North-
erly right of way line the following
five (5) courses and distances;
(1) Northwesterly along the arc of
said curve a distance of 62.32 feet


to the point of tangency; (2) North
42051'45" West, 501.60 feet to the
point of curvature of a curve con-
cave Southwest, having a radius of
560.00 feet, a chord of 326.90 feet
that bears North 59049'59". West
and a central angle of 33o56'27"; (3>
Northwesterly along the arc of said
curve a distance of 331.73 feet to
the point of tangency; thence North
7648'12" West, 57.82 feet to the
point of curvature of a curve con-
cave Northeast, having a radius of
440.00 feet, a chord of 186.25 feet
that bears North 64'35'03" West
and a central angle of 2426'18";
(5) Northwesterly along the arc of
said curve a distance of 187.67
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING:
Containing 84,284 square feet,
more or less.

98A(DT)
A portion of lands described on Of-
ficial Records Book 114, Page 67,
Public Records of Liberty County.
Florida, lying in Section; 30, Town-
ship 1 North, Range 5 West, Lib-
erty County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at the Northwest
Corner of said Section 30; thence
along the West line of said Section
30, South 00033'32" West, 2019:17
feet, to the Northerly righi of way
line of Lowery Chip Mill Road as
described in Official Records Book
134, Page 298, Public Records of
Liberty County, Florida thence along
said Northerly right of way line the
following three (3) courses and dis-
tances; (1) South 56:11'44" East,
301.34 feet; (2) South 3845'26"
East, 415.71 feet; (3) South
4055'24" East, 574.26 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING; .thence
South 57 11'20" Eas-. 407.37 feet
to a point 70.00 feet perpenrjcular
distance to said Northerly right of
way line being on the arc of a non
tangent curve concave Southwest,
having a radius of 449:82 -feet,
a chord of 60.04 feet that bears
South 53O23'54" East and a central
angle of 0739'11"; thence-parallel
.:with said Northerly right of.way line
the :oilowing two (2) courses and
distances; (1) Southeasterly along
ithe arc of said curve a-distance of
60.08 teeld o the point ol tangency:
(2) South 49 34'18' East, 147 32
feet to the Easterly boundary line of
said lands described in Orficial Re-
cords Book 114, Page 67- thence
,along said Easterly boundary, line,
South 1258'29" West, 61.39.feet
to a point 15.00 feet perpendicular
distance to said Northerly right of
way line being on the arc of a non
tangent curve concave Northeast,
having a radius of 440.00 feet,
a chord of 21.45 feet that b-ears
North 50058'06" West and a central
angle of 02047'35"; thence paral-
lel with said Northerly right of way
line the following three (3) courses
and distances; (1) Westerly along
the arc of said curve a distance of
21.45 feet to the point of tangency;
(2) North 49034'18" West, 154.18
feet to the point of curvature of a
curve concave Southwest, having
a radius of 394.82 feet, a chord
of 52.71 feet that bears North
53023'58" West and a central an-
gle of 07039'20"; (3) Northwesterly
along the arc of said curve a dis-
tance of 52.75 feet; thence North
57011'20" West, 218.88 feet to said
-Northerly right of way line; thence.
along.said Northerly right of way
line North 40055'24" West, 196.37
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
Containing 29,209 square feet,
more or less.

PARCEL 98B(DT)
A portion of lands described in Of-
ficial Records Book 149, Page 22,






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Public Records of Liberty County,
Florida, lying in Section 30, Town-
ship 1 North, Range 5 West, Lib-
erty County, Florida, being more
particularly described as. follows:
COMMENCE at the Northwest
Corner of said Section 30; thence
along the West line of said Section
30, South 0033'32" West, 2108.85
feet, to the Southerly right of way
line of Lowery Chip Mill Road as
described in Official Records Book
134, Page 298,-Public Records
of Liberty County, Florida; thence
along -said .Southerly right of way
line, South 56011'44" East, 163.21
feet to the Boundary line of said
lands described in Official Re-
cords Book 149, Page 22; thence
along said Boundary line, South
4301'48" West, 44.67 feet to the
.POINT OF BEGINNING; -thence
continue along said Boundary
line, South 43001'48" West, 45.00
feet; thence North 4700'09" West,
84.57 feet to a point 75.00 feet per-
pendicular measurement to said
Southerly right of way line; thence
parallel with said -Southerly right
of way line, North 56011'44" West,
256.90 feet to said Boundary line;
i thence along said Boundary line,
North 16*04'.44". East, 62.99 feet-
to a point 15.00 feet perpendicu-
lar measurement to said Southerly
right of way line; thence parallel
with said Southerly right of way
line, South 5611'44" East, 187.01
feet; thence South 4700'09" East,
182.10 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING. Containing 19,317
'square.feet, more or less.
AND: .
A portion of lands described in Of-
ficial Records Book 149, Page 22,
Public Records of Liberty County,
Florida, lying in Section 30, Town-
ship 1 North, Range 5 West, Lib-
erty County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at the Northwest
Corner of said Section 30; thence
along the West line of said Sec-


PUBLIC AUCTION
Bristol 66 Towing and Recovery will
hold a Public Auction on July 30,2005
at 1:00 p.m. (ET).
DBL 1983 Ford Ranger
Vin# 1FTBR10S9DUC28597
Our Auction will be held at Bristol 66
Storage on Hoecake Road off Highway
20 East, one half mile, on left, you will
see our sign. Bristol 66 Towing reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
The Calhoun Liberty Journal 7-6-05
If you need any more information on the
above vehicle, please call (850) 643-2522,
ask for Dale.


PUBLIC AUCTION
Bristol 66 Towing and Recovery will
hold a Public Auction on July 23, 2005
at 1:00 p.m. (ET).
1999 blue four door Pontiac Sunfire
Vin# 3G2JB5244XS817457
Our Auction will be held at Bristol 66
Storage on Hoecake Road off Highway
20 East, one half mile on lett, you will
see our sign. Bristol 66 Towing reserves
the right to reject any and .all bids.
The Calhoun .tr., J.-urral 7-6-05
If you need any more information on the
above vehicle, please call (850) 643-2522,
ak for Dale.


tion 30, South 00033'32" West,
2108.85 feet, to the Southerly right
of way line of Lowery Chip Mill
Road as described in Official Re-
cords Book 134, Page 298, Public
Records of Liberty County, Florida
thence along said Southerly right
of way line the following two (2)
courses and distances; (1) South
56011'44" East, 240.68 feet; (2)
South 3845'26" East, 200.43 feet
to the Boundary line of said lands
described in said Official Records
Book 149, Page 22; thence along
said Boundary line South 49010'54"
West 15.01 feet to a point 15.00
feet perpendicular measurement
to said Southerly right of way line
and the POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence parallel with said Southerly
right of way line, South 38045'26"
East, 204.93 feet; thence con-
tinue parallel with said Southerly
right of way line, South 40055'24"
East, 549.56 feet; thence South
57011'20" East, 53.56 feet to said
Southerly right or way line; thence
along said Southerly right of way
line, South 40055'24" East, 1196.37
feet; thence North 5711'20" West,
249.92 feet to a point 70.00 feet
perpendicular measurement to
said Southerly right or way line;
thence parallel with said Southerly
right of way line, North 40055'24"
East, 558.46 feet; thence continue
parallel with said Southerly right of
way line, North 38045'26" West,
203.99 feet to said Boundary line;
. thence along said Boundary line,
North 4910'54" East, 55.04 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING. Con-
taining 50,062 square feet, more
or less.

YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby
commanded on or before August 10,
2005, to file at the Office ofthe Clerk of
Circuit court in Liberty County, Florida,
your written defenses to the Petition
heretofore filed in this cause, and to
serve a copy of such written defenses
upon Bruce Crawford, Owen, Crawford
& Hines, P.A., 100 First Avenue South,
Suite 500, St. Petersburg, FL 33701,
attorney for Petitioner, and therein and
thereby show the right, title or interest
you or any of.you have or claim in and
to the several tracts of land described
in the Petition, and to show cause why
the same should not be taken for the
uses and purposes set forth in said
Petition.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Decla-
ration of Taking has been filed in this
cause and that Petitioner will apply for
an Order of Taking and any other order
the Court deems proper before Hon-
orable George Reynolds, one of the
Judges of this Court, on August 25,
2005, at 1:00 p.m., in chambers at the
Liberty County Courthouse at Bristol,
Florida. All defendants in this action
may request a hearing at the time and
place designated and be heard. Any
defendant failing to file a request for
hearing shall waive any right to object
to the Order of Taking.

WITNESS my hand and Seal of this
Court on this 17th day of June, 2005.

Clerk of the Circuit Court in And for
Liberty'County;'Florida .',% 7.1


Take precautionary measures to


prevent mosquito-borne illnesses


TALLAHASSEE Florida
Department of Health (DOH)
officials emphasize the impor-
tance of Florida's residents and
visitors protecting themselves
against mosquito-borne diseas-
es. Throughout the year, DOH
works with partner agencies, in-
cluding the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer
Services, the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Commission, mos-
quito control agencies and state
universities, to monitor for the
presence of mosquitoes carrying
illnesses.
"During the summer months,
Florida experiences an increase
in its mosquito populations,"
said DOH Secretary John 0. Ag-
wunobi, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H.
"Mosquito-borne illnesses are
entirely preventable by taking a
few simple steps to avoid mos-
quito bites."
Symptoms of West Nile
(WN) virus, St. Louis Encepha-
litis (SLE), and Eastern Equine
Encephalitis (EEE) may include
headache, fever, fatigue, dizzi-
ness, weakness' and confusion.
Physicians should contact their
County Health Department if
they suspect an individual may
have a mosquito-borne illness.
DOH laboratories provide test-
ing services for physicians treat-
ing patients with clinical signs
of mosquito-borne disease.
There were a total of 42 con-
firmed human WN virus cases
resulting in two deaths in Flori-
da in 2004, compared to 94 cas-
es with six deaths in 2003. In
2002, there were 35 cases with
two deaths. Additionally, no
human EEE or SLE cases were
reported in 2004 to the Florida
State Health Office.
DOH continues to advise-the
public to remain diligent in their
protecting themselves from
mosquito bites by following the
"5 D's," which include:
*Dusk and Dawn Avoid be-
ing outdoors when mosquitoes


are seeking blood. For many
species, this is during the dusk
and dawn hours.
*Dress Wear clothing that
covers most of your skin.
*DEET When the poten-
tial exists for exposure to mos-
quitoes, repellents -containing
DEET (N,N-diethyl-meta-tolua-
mide, or N,N-diethyl-3-methyl-
benzamide) are recommended.
Picaridin and oil of lemon eu-'
calyptus are other repellent op-
tions.
*Drainage Check around
your home to rid the area of
standing water, which is where
mosquitoes can lay their eggs.
TIPS ON
REPELLENT USE
*Always read label directions
carefully for the approved us-
age before applying a repellent
to skin. Some repellants are not
suitable for children.
*Products with concentrations
of up to 30 percent DEET are
generally recommended. Other
potential mosquito -repellents,
as reported by the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) in April 2005, contain pi-,
caridin or oil of lemon eucalyp-
tus. These products are general-
ly available at local pharmacies.
Look for active ingredients to be
listed on the product label.
*Apply insect repellent to ex-
posed skin, or onto clothing, but
not under clothing.
*In protecting children, read
label instructions to be sure the,
repellent is age-appropriate.
According to the CDC, mos-
quito repellents containing oil
of lemon eucalyptus-should not
be used on children under the
age of 3 years. DEET is not rec-
ommended on children younger
than 2 months old.
*Infants should be kept in-
doors or mosquito netting should
be used over carriers when mos-
quitoes are present.
*Avoid applying repellents to
the hands of children. Adults


should apply repellent first to
their own hands and then trans-
fer it to the child's skin and
clothing.
*If additional protection is
necessary,, apply a permethrin
repellent directly to your cloth-
ing. Again, always follow the
manufacturer's directions.
TIPS ON ELIMINATING
MOSQUITO
BREEDING SITES
Elimination of breeding sites
is one of -the keys to preven-
tion.
*Clean out eaves, troughs and
gutters.
*Remove old tires or drill
holes in those used in play-
grounds to drain.
*Turn over or remove empty
plastic pots.
*Pick up all beverage con-
tainers and cups.
'Check tarps on boats or. oth-
er equipment that may collect
water.
*Pump out bilges on boats.
*Replace water in birdbaths
and pet or other animal feeding
dishes at least once a week.
*Change water in plant trays,
including hanging plants, at
least once a week.
'Remove vegetation or ob-
structions in drainage ditches
that prevent the flow of water.
Additionally, officials en-
courage anyone who discovers
a dead bird to report it via the
Internet. The bird mortality
reporting' system is located on
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission's
website at: www.wildflorida.
org/bird/. If people do not have
access to the Internet, they may
report dead birds to their coun-
ty health department or local
FWCC office.
For more information on
mosquito borne illnesses, visit
the DOH website at: www.doh.
state.fl.us, the CDC website at.-
www.cdc.gov, or call your local
county health department.


LCHS announce new school dress code for 2005-06


The Liberty County High
School staff has established the
following guideline for students
for the school year 2005-06.
Students' dress and personal
grooming are the responsibility
of the student and parent. Dress
or grooming shall not be permit-
ted to disrupt the teaching/learn-
ing process or school activities.
Clothing worn to school and
school functions must be safe
and appropriate.
The following list is not in-
clusive, the principal will make
the final determination as to the
appropriateness of student's at-
tire. Pupils must comply with the
following, rules:.. ., ,-.:-t.


1. Clothing bearing profane,
offensive, suggestive slogans
advertising alcoholic beverages,
tobacco, or unlawful controlled
substances is not permitted.
2. Shirts must be long enough
to cover the stomach and back
area completely at all times.
(When hands are fully-extended
above the head, etc.)
3. Spaghetti-strap or strapless
shirts or dresses are not permit-
ted. Sleeveless shirts or dresses
for females must be 2 inches
wide at the shoulder.
4.. Appropriate shoes, with
soles, must be worn at all times.
No bedroom shoes may be
worn -, ,


5. Appropriate undergarments
must be worn but not to show.
6. No hats, bandanas or other
head garments will be worn in-
side the building.
7. No gang related attire of
any kind is permitted.

8. Pants must be worn at the
natural waist line.
9. No clothing that is torn,
or with holes will be permitted.
Shorts, skorts, dresses and skirts
may be no-shorter than 5 inches
above the knee.
10. Wallet chains, "dog" col-
lars or other inappropriate chains
or jewelry will not be allowed
on-campus.






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BARBARA ALICE FOXWORTH
HARTFORD Barbara Alice Foxworth, 64,
passed away Sunday, June 26, 2005 in Bonifay
Nursing and Rehab Center after a lengthy illness.
She was born in Polk County. She was a member
of First Free Will Baptist Church of Bonifay.
She was predeceased by her parents, Brown A.
and Bonnie C. (Parrish) Tindell.
Survivors include her husband of 46 years, Rev.
John B. Foxworth of Hartford; one daughter, Mi-
chelle F. and her husband, Chris Hardin of Warner
Robins, GA; one brother, Donald and his wife,
Martha Tindell of Sarasota; one sister, Carol and
her husband, Joey Yancey of New Hope; several
nieces and nephews.
Services were held Wednesday, June 29, 2005
at Sorrells Funeral Home Chapel in Slocomb with
Rev. Derrall Marshall officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in Hartford City Cemetery.
Sorrells Funeral Home was in charge of the
arrangements.

MERLENA SHARPTON BROWN
BRISTOL Merlena Sharpton Brown, 71,
passed away Monday. June 27, 2005 at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital. She was a lifelong resident of
.Bristol, a homemaker and a member of Church of
God of Prophecy in Bristol.
Survivors include her caregiver and legal guard-
ian, Leola Love of Bristol; three brothers, Bishop
J.B. Beckwith and his wife, Annie of Tallahas-.
see, Jeremiah Beckwith and his wife, Mary, and
James Sharpton, all of Seattle, WA; two sisters,
Constance Dawson and her husband, Eddie B. of
Bristol. and Elizabeth DaJ' son of Seattle; a son
*.she raised. Mitch \illis and his wife. Heather
't Bristol; god child, Deborah Lane of Bristol;
caregiver, Kimberly Solomon of Bristol; devoted
nieces, Joan D. Ziggler and her husband, Sylvyester.
Betty J. Beckwith, all of Bristol.
Services were held Saturda3. July 2. '005 \ith
Pastor Rosetta Baker officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in Bristol.Cemetery. :
MadryMemorialFuneral Chapel in Quinc\ \as
ini change of the arrangements.

MILDRED MEREDITH
BRISTOL Mildred Meredith. 84:,.passed
away Tue-da\. June 28, 2005 inTallahassee. She
was a native, of Malone and a longtime resident
of this area.
Survivors include two brothers. Marion R.
Meredith .of Libert\ County and Pete Meredith
of Jacksonville; two sisters. Lerline AldaN and
Dolly Davis, both of Marianna; many nieces and
nephews;
Graveside ser% ices were held Friday,:,July 1
2005 at Polar Branch Cemetery.
Bevis Funeral Home in Bristol was in charge-
of the arrangements.


Dad...so many images
come to mind whenever
I speak your name;
It seems without you in my life
-things have never been-the same.
What happened to those lazy
days when I was just a child;
When my life was consumed in you
in your love, and in your smile'.
What happened to all those times
when I always looked to you;
No matter what happened in my life
you.could make my gray skies blue.


LUCY V. DAVIS
BLOUNTSTOWN Lucy V. Davis, 89, passed
away Friday, July 1, 2005 at Bay Medical Center in
Panama City. She was born in Altha and had lived in
Calhoun County for several years. She was a home-
maker and was a member,of the Protestant faith.
Survivors include three sons, James 0. Davis and
his wife, Erma of Kinard, Charlie David Davis and
his wife, Rosemary of Blountstown and Howard
Haley Davis and his wife, Londa of Clarksville;
two daughters, Mary Magdalene Chambers and
her husband, Lawrence of Mt. Isa, Australia and
Lucille Marie Wilson and her husband, Melvin
of Bonifay; one brother, Elbert A ers, Jr. of Lake
Wales; one sister, Belle Zills of Winter Haven; nine
grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Services were held Monday, July 4, 2005 at
Peavy Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Joey Smith
officiating. Interment followed in Nettle Ridge.
Cemetery in Blountstown. -
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.

SALLIE MAE KEVER
BRISTOL- Sallie Mae Ke\ er. 74, passed away
Saturday, July 2, 2005 at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital in Tallahassee. She was born in Liberty
.County and had li\ ed there all of her life. She was
a homemaker and worked as a retail sales clerk
for several years. She was a member of Bristol
Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include two sons, Roy-Strickland
of Bristol and Larry Strickland of Marianna; one
daughter, Regina Smith of Bristol; one sister, Ozella
Strutko of Bristol; two grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Graveside services are scheduled to be held
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 at 10 a.m. (ET) at Bristol
Cemetery with Dan Pinton officiating.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown is in charge
o6f the arrangements.

PEARL MAE PARRAMORE
WETUMPKA COMMUNITY -- Pearl Mae
Parramore. 94, passed away Saturday, July 2, 2005.
She \ as a native of Wetumpka and \" as the oldest
7.member of Antioch Baptist Church.
She %%as predeceased by her parents. Robert L.
and Minnie Parranmore: three brothers. Robert W..
,'Norman, andWalton Parramore: and a sister. Eula
Dean.
,,.,Survivors include two brothers, Farris and his'
\%ife. Bernice Parramore, and Angus and his wife,
Bettry Parramore, three sisters, Lois and her hus-
band, Warren McPherson, Inez Morris and Helen
Bents and a host of nieces, nephews and friends..
Services were held Tuesday. July 5,; 2005 at
Antioch Baptist Church. Interment followed in the
church cemetery in Wetumpka Community.:
Independent Funeral Home in Quincv w as in
charge of the arrangements.


Feb. 2, 1955 -July 8, 2004
I love you, Daddy
Dad, some days I hear your voice
and turn to see your face.
Yet in my turning...it seems
the sound has been erased.
Dad, who will I turn to for answers
when life does not make sense;
Who will be there to hold me close
when the pieces just don'i fil.
Oh; Dad. if I could turn back lime
and once more hear your voice,


I'd tell you that out of all the dads
you would.still be my choice.
Please always know I love you
and no one can take your place;
Years may come and go
but your memory will
never be erased.
Today, Jesus. as
You are listening
in your home above;
Would you go and
find my dad
and give him all my love.


We love and miss you and are always thinking of you.'
Jessie, Mom, Dad, Jimmy, Debbie and family


I OBIU*IAR:IES


ROSIE MAE AYERS
OZARK Rosie Mae Ayers,
96, passed away Monday, July
4, 2005. She was a resident of
Ozark, AL., formerly of Altha.
She was a member of Cypress
Pentecostal Holiness Church.
Survivors include two daugh-
ters, Vivian Sexton of Ozark, and
Marie Waller of Arlington, TX;
one sister, Dora Bell Hansford
of Marianna.
Services are scheduled to be
held Wednesday, July 6, 2005
at Hall Funeral Home in Altha
with Reverend Floyd Ingram of-
ficiating. Interment will follow in
Sunny Hill Cemetery in Altha.
Hall Funeral Home in Altha is
in charge of the arrangements.

CHARLES HULSEY
FRINK- Charles Hulsey, 90,
passed away July 4,. 2005 at his
home. He lived in the Frink Com-
munity for the past year coming
from Columbiana, AL. He was a
retired steel worker and welder.
Survivors include his wife,
Elaine Hulsey of Frink; five sons,
Charles B. Hulsey of Munster,
IN. Clyde Hulsey of Griffith, IN,
Jack Hulsey of Munster, Randy
Hulsey of Frink and Michael
Hulsey of Patterson, LA; one
daughter, Donna Wiggins of
Myrtle Beach, SC; one brother,
Jake Hulsey. of Bessemer, AL;
several grandchildren.
Services will be held in Co-
lumbiana, AL at a later date.
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown is in charge of the
arrangements


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April 15, 1953 July 4 1998
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.as soon as they fade to help
insure an extended season of
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examples of shrubs -that will
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STo place your ad, call 643-3333 or 1-800-;
- -Eastern Time on Saturday. Non-business ads


Treadmill, asking $100. Call 643-
2442 between 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
7-6, 7-13


Tanning bed, 384 hours used,
asking $2,100. Call 379-3765 after
5 p.m. 7-6,7-13

Kenmore dishwasher, portable,
needsadapter, 1" butcher blocktop,
$40. Call 674-7897. 7-6, 7-13

Babycrib with mattress, $75; baby
play pen, $50; high chair, $20. Call
643-3779 and leave message.
7-6, 7-13

Cash register for best offer; leg
exerciser for $30. Call 674-6142.
7-6, 7-13

Hickory gun cabinet, custom.
made, new, holds 10 guns. Call
762-3687. 7-6, 7-13

Cement mixer, gas powered, 1/2
yard mixer, good shape, new gas
engine, $550 or best offer. Call
674-8010. 7-6,7-13

Aluminum basketball backboard,
with hoops and nets, $80 for both or
$50 for one. Call 674-8010 7-6,7-13

Pedestal fans, 6ft., 30" in diameter,
two speed,. $100 each. Call 674-
80,10. 7-6,7-13

Two wood frame chairs with
orange cushions, $10; Lazy-Boy
recliner, vinyl, $25; glider chair, $7,
TV 19" inch with stand, $30 in good
condition; four wood doors, interior,
$10 each. Call 674-8437. 7-6,7-13

120 gallon propanetankwith some
gas. Call 526-1753. 7-6, 7-13

Snapper riding mower, two more
for parts; (2)20 hp Mercury outboard.
forparts, (2) treeclimbers. Call762-
8326. 7-6,7-13

Commercial pea sheller, $250
when new, will sell for $100. Call
762-3370. 7-6,7-13

Kirby vacuum cleaner for $50. Call
762-3370. 7-6,7-13

Collector Heritage doll, comes in
case, name is Carolyn, $25. Call
762-3370. 7-6, 7-13

52"projectionTV, PIP, split screen,
excellent condition, $900 or best of-
fer. Call 850-566-9922. 7-6, 7-13

New miscellaneous windows,
.doors and inserts. Call 643-1038.
6-29, 7-6

Central air unit for $500 or best
offer. Call 643-9868 after 6 p.m.
6-29, 7-6
Ponderosa above ground pool,
needs liner, doesn't cover install.
tion, $1,300. Call 447-0330, .
S 6-29,7-,6

Seven or eight boxes of yard sale
items. For .more information call
379-8508. 6-29, 7-6

Podium, for $15; Cypress wheel
barrow planter and a cypress wish
ing WeJlpjlanter, $25. each. -Ca/
762-2113. 6-29.7-6


1990 Ford F150 extended cab,
4x4, fourspeed, 6 cylinder, 165,000
miles. good tires, dependable.Ask-
ing $2,800. Call 694-8471. .'
-! ., 7-6, 7-13
1984 GMC Jimmy, runs good, cold
A/C, needs brakes. Asking $800 or
,b'st offer. Call 762-9595 or 2.72-
.^^*fW^WW^W 1. -jii.


Lawn. tractor, 14 hp, Snapper
mower, new battery, new belts and
blades, recently rebuilt engine, 20"
rear tires, 42" cut. Call 674-8517.
6-29, 7-6
Bible cassettes, New and Old
Testament, $30 for set. Call 762-
8343. 6-29, 7-6
Bow Flex for $700; Nickel slot
machine, $500. Call 762-8831.
6-29, 7-6
Microwave stand, dark in color,
$18; wooden vanity with no mirror,
$60; box style ceiling fan, $20. Call
674-6142. .6-29,7-6
Whirlpool jacuzzi, bath tub fortwo
with Inline heater, paid $1,600 will
sell for$800 firm. Call 674-3671 and
leave a message. 6-29,7-6
Instant quick shade canopy, new
still-in box, never opened, perfect
for camping, beach or ball games,
10'xl10' instant canopy that can be
set up in minutes, only $70. Call
643-5372. 6-29, 7-6
Outboard motor propeller, like
new, three blade aluminum pro-
peller that came off of a 2003 40,
hp Mercury motor, only $40. Call
643-5372. 6-29,7-6
Apple kitchen decor, two bas-
kets, four rugs, curtains and apple
tie backs, 4 burner covers, wall
plaques, salt and pepper shakers,
napkin and Kleenex holders, paper
towel and paper plate holders, plas-
tic bag holder, two cutting boards,
clock and a wooden apple trash can,
two oven mitts and two dish towels,
never used, also have hunter green
place mats and seat cushions, all in
great condition,.will sell everything
for $70. Call 643-5985 or 643-6132.
7-6,7-13
Riding mower, 12 hp, 38" cut. Call
526-1753. .6-29,7-6
Foosballtablewith-six oinergames
including pool, $45: Polly pocket 14
sets., pool. car, carrying bag.and
more. $35: Rescue Hero stuff, large
boa I, tower robol, two motorcycles,
snow mobile, air plane, helicopter,
and 26 men/women, 4 animals, $75;
body flex exercise machine, $35.
Call 762-3108. 6-29,7-6

Papasan chair for $10; large com-
puter desk with hutch, $65; home
interior pictures, must see, different
prices; small black entertainment
center, $15; small square table, $5;
small cabinet with magazine rack,
$10; fax machine, needs work, $5;
three bean bags, one purple/blue
green tie dyed; one soccer ball,
one basket ball, $7 each. Call 762-
3108. 6-29,7-6
Yamaha computer, Windows XP,
internet ready, $250. Call 674-
8437. 6-29, 7-6
Cutting torch set, beerin used little.
Call 674-8517. 6-29,7-6


1993 Toyota Tercel, bottom end
knocking, $300 firm. Call 237-
2068. 7-6, 7-13

1993 Oldmobile van, runs and
looks good, $1,000 firm. Call 237-
2068. 7-6,7-13

1996 Dodge Intrepid,.runs good,
cold AC, fair condition, asking
$2,500. Call 643-5818. 7-6,7-13

1990 Dodge Dynasty, runs great,
well maintained, will make great ex-
tra family car, $1,200 or make offer.
Call 674-3300. 7-6, 7-13


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1992 Ford 4x4 flareside, 5.0, 4"
suspension lift, 3" body lift, 37"
creepy crawlers, excellent condi-
tion, never been bogged. Asking
$7,500 or best offer. Call 643-
2205 7-6,7-13
1978 F-250, long wheel base,
camper shell, automatic, 100,000
plus miles, $1,800 or best offer. Call
762-8343. 6-29,7-6

1988 Olds, runs good, cold AC,
automatic and power steering,
$1,200. Call 379-8714. 6-29, 7-6
1985 Buick Regal, okay condition,
needs timing chain, make offer,
price negotiable. Call 228-1846.
6-29,7-6


1987 Blazer S10, 305TH350 bal-
anced and flowed, best one I've
built yet. Asking $8,500. Call 762-
4856. 7-6,7-13

1999 Chevy Cavalier, low gas mile-
age, 98,000 miles. Asking $3500.
Call 762-8234. 7-6,7-13

1978 Chevy box Impala, looks
good and runs fast, red in color.
Call 674-8570. 7-6,7-13

1999 Hyundai Accent, two-door
hatchback, 116,000 miles, 5-speed
with A/C, AM/FM stereo, green in
color, cloth interior, good condition,
$2,000 or best offer. Call 762-4755.
7-6,7-13

1987 Jeep Cherokee Chief, 4x4,
four-door, 4.0 inline 6 cylinder au-
tomatic, engine has been recently
rebuilt and is still under warranty.
Asking $3,000 or best offer. Call
379-8408, ask for Blake. 7-6,17-13

1998 FordTaurus, four-doorsedan,
.fully loaded, cold air, $3,000 or best
offer, will take trade for part. Call
643-1495. 7-6, 7-13

1966 Ford pickup, short-wheel-
base, fleet side, F100 custom cab,
original motor and transmission,
$1,000 or best offer, also includes
truck for parts. Call 643-3779 and
leave message. 7-6, 7-13

2001 Chevrolet Silverado dually,-
29,000 miles, Vortec 8100, Alison
transmission, extended cab, loaded,
$22,500. Call 674-8827. 7-6,7-13

Two Toyota trucks, 4x4, one 1987
with title, transmission hung infourth
gear; one 1984 for parts with solid
axle, sold together, $1,000 firm. Call
237-2068. Z-6, 7-13


William's Home
Improvements
"No Job Too Big or Small"
Licensed & Insured, contractor & roofer
Concrete work, aridicape
pressure cleanirng
renovations, seml :. i, -
gutter, painting, .,rI EJ
& screen enclosure -
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Call 674-8092 UFN


Stump grinding

Reasonable rates
Free estimates

Call
Chris Nissley:-
674-8081 or
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House Framing &-Garages
Wood & Vinyl Siding
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Bathroom Remodeling ,
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1989 Yamaha 250 four wheeler,
$800. Call 379-3551. 7-6, 7-13
1999 Honda PW50 dirt bike (child
dirt bike), $600. Call 762-4755.
7-6, 7-13
1980 KZ Kawasaki motorcycle,
has been restored, excellent run-
ning condition, new paint, $3,500
firm. Call 674-8810 or 643-7363.
6-29,7-6
1994 250 Yamaha Timber Wolf,
4-wheeler, $700. Call 379-8383.

110 HondaATV for parts, fix up. Call
526-1753. 6-29,7-6



13 ft. fiberglass boat, 25 hp Evin-
rude, runs good, galvanized trailer,
stick steering.Asking $1,200 or best
offer. Call 379-3078. 7-6,7-13 .

30 hp Mariner, 22 pitch three blade
stainless steel prop, electric and
pull start, attachments forstick or
manual steering. Needs carburetor-
cleaned, and a $30 water pump.
Has been under covered storage
at shop. Asking $800. Call 643-
8064. 7-6,7-13

2004 Extreme boat, 14 ft., alumi-
num with 40 hp Mercury motor, stick
steering, with trailer, $8,100. Call
447-0534 or 674-7711. 7-6,7-13


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12 ft. aluminum Jonboat with 9 hp
Evinrude motor with trailer, swivel
seats and carpet, $800. Call 762-
8479. 6-29, 7-6

1989 Proline, 21 ft., cuddy cabin,
walk about, 200 hp Johnson,
tandem axel, galvanized trailer, in
real good condition, $5,500 only
serious inquiries. Call 899-0269 or
674-7138 and leave a message.
7-6 T. 7-27

Rodney Miller's
Lawn Service


Reasonable rates!
Bonded & Insured
t*Free estimates.
cell 643-6589
Home 643-4267




Queen mattress set, double
pillow top. New in plastic with
warranty. $150. 850-425-8374
6 Pc. full/queen bedroom
set. New in boxes, sacrifice
$550; 850-222-7783
CHERRY SLEIGH BED -
$250. Brand new, solid wood.
850-222-9879 -


New leather
loveseat. $750,
850-222-2113


sofa and
can deliver.


NEW BEDROOM SET:
Beautiful cherry Louis Philippe
8-piece wood King sleigh
bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2
nightstands. Sug. List, $4600,
sell $1650, 850-545-7112
NEW Brand Name King
Mattress Set, $250, in factory
plastic, warranty. 850-425-
8374
NEW QUEEN mattress and
base. Never used, in
unopened plastic. Must sell,
$125. 850-545-7112
FORMAL DINING ROOM -
Brand new cherry table with 6
chairs and lighted china
cabinet $3K retail, sell for
$999. 850-425-8374
MATTRESS SET New full
set with factory warranty, $99,
call 850-222-7783


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


Stuart Rollins boat, 14 ft. galva-
nized, 30 hp Mariner motor, trailer,
anchor mates, very good condition,
stick steering, trolling motor. Call
643-5486. 6-29,7-'6



1996 Jayco Eagle, 5th wheel, 21ft.,
fully self contained, sleeps six,
excellent condition, $4,500. Call
643-3767. 7-6, 7-13

1984 Winnabago, 36,000 miles,
sleeps six, really nice, $10,000. Call
762-3723. 6-29,7-6



Chihuahua puppies, 7 weeks old,
females, $150; males, $125. Mother
and father on premises. Call 643-
5598. 7-6,7-13
Mare and paint colt, $400 each or
$700 for both. Call 674-2033.
7-6,7-13
Goats for $45 and up; red deer,
$300; young Bared Rock rooster.
Call-643-1594 or 674-8081 week-
ends only. 7-6,7-13



WANTED:

to buy Real

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Boston Bull Terrier, female, free
to loving home, very good with
children, prefer older couple. Call
674-7138, leave message or 899-
0269. 7-6,7-13

Red nose pit bulldog mixed pup-
pies, 8 weeks old, four males and
two females, very cute, free and in
great need of a loving home. Call
674-4749. 6-29, 7-6

Chihuahua puppies, ten weeks
old, one female, black and white
teacup; one male, tan and white,
long haired, both CKC registered,
has shots and records, $150 each
firm. Call 674-8810 or 643-7363.
6-29, 7-6

Beagle puppy, small breed, 8
months old, shots, worm and flea
treatments, partially house trained,
$75. Call 643-4349. 6-29,7-6

Poodle, male, black, has been
neutured, on heart worm preven-
tion, has all shots, $175. Call 762-
8124. 6-29,7-6

Three kittens, six weeks old, ador-
able, one calico, two black and
white, one male and two females,
free to a good home. Call 674-
6120. 6-29,7-6

Two paint horses, beautiful color,
two year old gelding, green broke
and a 1 1/2 year old, halter broke,
$1 ,200 for both orwilltrade for equal
value. Call 379-8117. 6-29,7-6


WANTED:

Someone to keep my
young child before
and after school
beginning Aug. 4.

Call 379-8596
after 6 p.m.


Three bob-tail Chihuahuas, six
weeks old, two females one male,
wormed, mother and father on
premises, $200 each. Call 643-1964
or 674-3011. 6-29,7-6

Long haired mama cat with two
male long haired kittens, free to a
good and loving home. Call 643-
3335. 6-29,7-6

Six red nose pits, two females and
four males, chocolate and red, $100
each. Call 674-2740. 6-29,7-6



Wanted: Old magazines of any
kind, mostly house magazines. Call
643-3688. 6-29,7-6

Wanted: pasture in Hosford/Telogia
area, for 2 horses, will pay monthly,
charge or trade riding privileges.
Call 379-8117. 6-29,7-6

Wanted: Looking for50cc dirt bike
in'good shape. Call 643-4330.
7-6,7-13

'Wanted: motor for 1989 Buick
Regal, 2.6 or 3.1. Call 674-6142.
7-6,7-13

Wanted: 1x4 lumber. Call 674-
6142. 7-6,7-13

Wanted: 14hpto16 hp lawn mower
motor, at a reasonable price. Call
674-8437. 7-6,7-13

Wanted: Guns! Buying old or modem,
hunting miscellaneous, military items,
old BB guns and double barrel BB
guns. Call 674-4860. 5-18T.8-3

Wanted: Junk cars and trucks, any
condition, no charge for removal.
Call 762-8459. 7-6 T. 9-7


FOR RENT
2 bedroom house
no loud music, no drugs,
no disabled cars, house
will be inspected every
60 days, no pets allowed,
late payments extra
charge
674-5297 or 933-6406
76


3BR/2BA
on private lot
in Bristol
For more
information leave
a message at
643-5235. 6,22T7-13


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


Found: Siamese kitten at Turkey
Creekarea in Bristol. Call 643-2195
to identify. 7-6,7-13



Three acres behind Tolar Elemen-
tary School on Jacob's Lane in
Bristol, gain access from Kever's
Rd. Call 674-8533. 7-6,7-13

16x76 mobile home, 2 bedroom,
2 bath, large living room and mas-
ter bedroom on 5 acres. Asking
$55,000. Call 674-5733. 7-6T.7-27

Two acres with (2) two year old
doublewides, five miles north of
Blountstown on Hwy. 69, addi-
tional rental lot for income potential,
$59,500. Call 674-3118 and leave
a message. 7-6,7-13

Two acres, five miles north of
Blountstown on Hwy. 69, highway
frontage, high and dry. For more
information call 674-3118 and leave
a message. 7-6, 7-13

'1995 doublewide mobile home,
64x28, 3BR/2BA on two lots in
Blountstown, very nice, $53,000 or
best offer. Call 674-4404. 7-6,7-13

1/2 acre with a 1986 singlewide
mobile home in Hbsford area,
4BR/2BA, front and back porch,
carport/shed, $33,000. Call 379-
3859. 6-29,'7-6

1998 Fleet .Imnobile home,
14x70, 3BR/ -.very nice, refi-
nance payoff ,000. Call 265-
4652 or 639-5296. 6-29T. 7-20

Phoenix mobile home, 3BR/2BA,
garden tub, large deck, new AC/
heat unit, utility shed on 1.5 acres,
$53,000. Call 850-322-5226.
6-29 T. 7-20



Yard sale Saturday, July 9 from
8 a.m. until noon at the blue and
white.house beside Dollar General
in Bristol. Will have boys and girls
clothes and shoes of all sizes, toys,
back packs and miscellaneous
items. Phone 643-5538. 7-6

Yard Sale, Saturday, July 9, begin-
ning at 8 a.m., 10939 NW Conyers
Rd in Bristol, coming off Hwy.. 12;
clothes, Stem Wear, whatnots and
lots more. Phone 643-5790. 7-6

Two family yard sale, 25166 Hwy.
71 (just outside of Altha); including
adults and kids clothes, toys, child's
bicycle, furniture, two chest of draw-
ers, day bed, odd and ends pieces;
lots. of miscellaneous household
items. Phone 762-4193. 7-6








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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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LEROY FUDGE
TALLAHASSEE Leroy Fudge, 54, passed
away Tuesday, June 28, 2005 at Tallahassee Me-
morial Hospital. He was a native of Quincy and a
former resident of Hartford, CT. He was employed
by Emhart Industrial and Aetna Insurance Company.
Returning to Florida in 1988 as a resident of Tal-
lahassee, he was employed as a construction laborer
until his retirement. He was a U.S. Army Veteran. He
was a member of Church of Christ at Paul Russell
Road in Tallahassee.
Survivors include the mothers of his children,
Sylvia T. Fudge of Harford, CT and Nancy Egan
of Valdosta, GA; two sons, Darrell Fudge Sr. and
his wife, Tanikka of Hartford and Adam J. Fudge
of Tallahassee; three brothers, Jessie Fudge and his
wife, Geraldine of Havana, Tyrone Fudge of Bristol
and Henry Fudge of Plainfield, NJ; two sisters,
Rev. Barbara F. Brinson and her husband, Raleigh
of Bristol and Gloria Fudge of Tallahassee; five
grandchildren.
Services were held Saturday, July 2, 2005 at
Church of Christ at Paul Russell Road in Tallahassee
with Rev. Raymond Williams, Sr. officiating. Inter-
ment followed in Sunnyvale Cemetery in Quincy.
Madry Memorial Funeral Chapel in Quincy was
in charge of the arrangements.


ETHELYN OWENS
BRISTOL Ethelyn Owens, 82, passed away
Tuesday, July 5, 2005 at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
in Blountstown. She was born in Douglas, OK and
had lived in Liberty County 33 years. She was a
homemaker and a member of Bristol Pentecostal
Holiness Church. She dearly loved her family and
she was a loving and devoted wife, mother and
grandmother. She and her husband Odell loved fish-
ing, hunting, gardening and traveling together.
Survivors include her husband of 63 years,
Odell Owens of Bristol; one daughter, Carolyn
Paliskis and her husband, Ronald of Oilville, VA;
one brother, Marvin Culbertson of Azle, Texas; two
sisters, Patricia Bane of Tulsa, OK and Mary Bower
of Beau Vista, AR; three grandchildren, Eugene,
Pamala and Alayna Paliskis.
The family will receive friends Thursday, July 7
from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.(ET) at Bristol Pentecostal
Holiness Church in Bristol.
Services will be held Friday, July 8, 2005 at 11
a.m. (ET) from Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church
with Rev. Larry Broome officiating. Interment will
follow in Mitchum Cemetery in Bristol.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown is in charge
of the arrangements.


Low-dose aspirin aids in stroke survival


Each year, about 700,000 Ameri-
cans experience a new or recurrent
stroke. Although survival rates of
:stroke victims have increased in
recent years, stroke is the leading
cause of long-term adult disability
and remains the third-leading cause
:of death in the ULnned States Peo-
ple can combat these statistics by
speakmig \~tih their doctors about
appropriate lifestyle measures, such
as daily low-dose aspirin therapy,
to help prevent the occurrence of a
cardiac event.
While. results from the Antiplate-
let Trialists' Collaboration indicated
that'14 percent of people who sur-
vive a first stroke would have. an-
other within one year, findings from
the same study also suggested that
long-term aspirin therapy, such as
with St. Joseph 81. milligram aspi-
rin, greatly reduces, recurrent strokes
by 25 percent. In the SecondInter-


national Study of Infarct Survival
involving more than 17,000 men
and women, findings suggested that
low-dose aspirin specifically re-
duced patients' risk of experiencing
a non-fatal stroke by 46 percent.
- "Research continually supports
the use of low-dose aspirin in the
prevention of stroke without the
increased side effect of stomach
bleeding associated with higher
doses of aspirin, such as :325 mil-
ligrams," says Dr. Jayne Middle-
brooks, non-invasive cardiologist
and director of HealthScreen Anier-
ica in Atlanta, Ga. "An aspirin a day
keeps the doctor away,, and this ad-
age is particularly true for adults at
an increased risk of a first or recur-
rent stroke."
A stroke occurs when a blood
clot blocks a blood vessel or artery
or a blood vessel breaks, interrupt-
ing blood flow to an area of the


brain. At the onset of a stroke, peo-
ple may experience numbness or
weakness on one side of their body,
possibly accompanied by blurred
vision, slurred speech or a sudden,
severe headache. It's crucial to call
911 as soon as symptoms arise as it
could mean the difference between
life and death. Typically, stroke sur-
vivors' control of such functions
as speech, movement and memory
fhay be lost. Specific abilities lost or
affected depend on the size, sever-
ity and location in the brain of the
stroke.
Men and women, especially
those diagnosed with high blood
pressure, obesity and diabetes, are
encouraged to discuss with their
doctors whether a daily low-dose
aspirin regimen with St. Joseph 81
milligram is right for them.
. On the Net: St. Joseph site: www.
stjosephaspirin.com.


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experience in accounting and finance
administration. Position requires grants
management, reporting to state and federal
sources and act as internal controller.
Non-profit experience is a plus. Must be
collaborative and demonstrate the highest
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JOB OPENING
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applications
for the following positions for the 2005-2006's'chool year.'
Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
located at 12926 NW CR 12, Bristol, FL. Regular office hours
are from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.,-
LCHS
Agriscience teacher

HOSFORD
Middle School Math teacher

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS.
* Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution
* Certified in the appropriate area or willing to work toward
certification

COMPENSATION: Salary-Range $27,595 $42,719

TOLAR SCHOOL
Lunchroom Worker 6 hours

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS.
* High School diploma or equivalent .
* Recent official health card.

COMPENSATION: Salary Range $12,406 --$18,934

A complete application and resume listing three: (3)
professional references 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. Those persons
turning in applications on Friday's should take them to the
Finance Department and insert them into the door slot.
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:
June 30 July 14

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,
sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status. ..
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16908 NE Pear St. Suite 2,
Bi,.untst.:wn Phone (850) 674-5088
The following positions are
available: Service Technician,
Sod Laborer, Floor Technician,
Teller, Accountant Assistant,
Heavy Equipment Mechanic,
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Marianna Florida

Distribution Center

Full and Part Time Openings
Available
Flexible Days/ Flexible Hours

If you are looking for a great place to work with
great pay, great benefits, a great working
environment, and a flexible schedule
Family Dollar is the place for you!

No experience necessary!
Must be at least 18 years of age.

Please apply in person at:
Family Dollar Distribution Center
3949 Family Dollar Parkway
.Marianna, FL 32448

Family Dollar is an Equal Employment Opportunity
Employer. Family Dollar maintains a
drug free workplace.
7-6 .7-13



JOBO OPENING

North Florida Child Development, Inc.
is seeking a teacher for its Calhoun County
Head Start Center. Will instruct children,
between the ages of three to five, in, activities
designed to promote social, physical, and
intellectual growth needed to prepare for
school. An associate degree in Early
Childhood Education is preferred or a current
_CDA and active enrollment in the associate
degree program. Must meet all requirements
as mandated by the Department of Children
and Families. Requires occasional lifting of
preschool children. Accurate and timely
records. Only team players considered.
SDFWP/M-F/7-4/EOE .-

NFCD, Inc., Attn: Sebrinra McGill, PO Box 38,
Wewahitchka FL 32465, (850) 639-5080 *10, Fax
639-4173; Sebrina@headstartnf.org

CLOSING DATE: July 10, 2005
76 6 7-13

LIBERTY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
seeks School Health Support Aide
ANNUAL SALARY RANGE: $17,550 -$43,874.48
(Salary will be prorated to a 10 month salary. Appli-
cants normally hired at minimum rate)

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: July 14,
2005

Apply online at:
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/Iogon.htm
or at the
Liberty County Health Department
Mailing address: Liberty CHD
Attn: Vanessa O'Neal
P.O. Box 489
Bristol, FL 32321

FAX NUMBER: 643-5689

CONTACT:'Vanessa O'Neal, RN 643-2415, ext 240

This is work providing routine healthcare iri the 'school
setting. Applicant must be willing to work with school
children and school staff. -,


Job Opening

Family Service Worker

North Florida Child Development, Inc is seeking a part time (20 hours/week) Fam-
ily Service worker for Calhoun County Head Start Center, located in Blountstown.
Determines eligibility for parents seeking childcare services and maintains records'
of family and chidlren enrolled./Applicant will maintain a client caseload. Must have
excellent organizational and interpaersonal skills, superior written and oral communica-
tion. Ability to interview parents and relate to individuals from various socioeconomic
backgrounds. Customer service skills a must. Must maintain confidentiality. Basic
computer literacy, database skills, and proficient use of Windows based program.
Must have an Associated degree in human services field or a high school diploma
with a minimum of two years of successful work experience in human service field.

CLOSING DATE: July 9. 2005

NFCD, Inc, Attn: Sebrina McGill, P.O. Box 38, Wewahitchka, FL 32465,
fax (850)639-4173, Sebrina@headstartnf.org
6-29,7:6


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

TOLAR SCHOOL

(2) Middle School Language Arts teachers
(2) ESE teachers
LCHS

(1) Science teacher
(1) Language Arts teacher, (1) Reading teacher

DISTRICT-WIDE

(1) MIDDLE SCHOOL ACADEMIC ACADEMY TEACHER'

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS .
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution
Certified in the appropriate area or willing to work toward
certification

" OMPENSATION: Salary Range $27,595 $42,719


TOLAR SCHOOL

(1) PARA-PROFESSIONAL

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
* AA Degree or successful score on Para-Pro Test
* Computer proficiency preferred
COMPENSATION: Salary Range $14,893- $18,443
A complete application and resume listing three (3)
professional references is required. Please submit
application to the Office of the Superintendent of Schools
located in the Liberty Education and Administration
Center at 12926 NW CR 12 Bristol, FL. Those persons
turning in applications on Friday's should take them to the
Finance Department and insert them into the door slot.
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 bereceived from:
June 21:-July 5

Employment will be contingent upon fingerprints being
clearedby FDLE '-'
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sex, age, national origin, handicap'or marital status. ;
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Bulk Order Fillers
Packers
for 1st, 2nd shifts available
Apply in person at:
Blountstown One-Stop
Career Center on
Tuesday, July 12 at 9 a.m.
For more information, call
Kristina at (888) 946-9675
or Blountstown One-Stop
at (850) 674-5088

US forest Service
needs a
senior (low income)
who would enjoy
greeting people and
taking tickets at Camel
Lake on weekends
(24 hours) at
minimum wage.
For more information
contact Pheobe at
850-926-3561,
after signing in at
Blountstown One Stop.


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Development
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Maintenance Person
at twd locations.
'.Salary based on
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Vacation driving tips to make the best of the dog days of summer


Summer is here and many
drivers will be hitting the road
for vacations and weekend get-
a-ways. "Hot weather brings
unique challenges," said Ray
Palermo, director of public rela-
tions for auto insurer, Response
Insurance. "It can present dan-
gerous conditions for both the
vehicle and its occupants." Each-
summer sees more than 7 mil-.
lion car breakdowns on the road
and he suggests that most sum-
mer breakdowns can be easily
avoided.
Before heading out be sure
you check out the basics, includ-
ing: oil. transmission fluid, wind-
shield -washer, battery level and.
strength. tire pressure (includ-
S ing the spare), cooling system
(which should be flushed and
refilled at least every two-years),
belts and hoses and have a well
equipped emergency kit and tool
box in the trunk.
"Drivers need to stay cool
as well," noted Palermo. "Our
studies have shown that 75% of
drivers are fearful of encounter-
.ing road rage and 37% said they
had personally experienced it in
the previous 6-months." Don't
escalate aggression on the road
by responding to it. Stop peri-
odically to refresh yourself, take
along moist [totelettes and wa-
ter.
*When driving in hot weather
it's particularly important tokeep
an eye on the lights and gauges.
If your temperature gauge moves
up, turn off your air conditioner
and turn on your vehicle's heater
to its highest and hottest setting.
It will be uncomfortable, but it
will help draw some of the heat
a" ay from the engine. If you
are stopped in traffic put the car
in "park" and lightly step on the
-gas to help circulate coolant. If
the temperature light goes on or
if the gauge enters the red zone,
immediately pull off the road
to a safe spot, well away from
traffic. Do not drive any further
not even to the next exit. Driv-
ing with 'an overheated engine
can cause serious damage to the


engine.
*Do not attempt to remove the
radiator cap itself. The pressur-
ized coolant is extremely hot and
will spray out with great force.
Do not pour water over the ra-
diator or engine, since a dramat-
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