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Title: The Calhoun-Liberty journal
Portion of title: Calhoun Liberty journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Liberty Journal, Inc.
Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 2005
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bristol (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Liberty County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Sept. 1991.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 38 (Sept. 18, 1991).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Crack cocaine found


within child's reach


during stop for DUI
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
An Altha man was arrested Oct. 23 for DUI and
several other charges including child abuse after depu-
ties saw him run a stop sign, stop in the middle of State
Road 20 and then back off the highway at 12:35 a.m.
Sunday.
Donald Lee Turner,42, was tra eling northbound on
Charlie Wood Road onto State Road 20 when he caught
the attention of two deputies on patrol.
When Deputy William Dalton shined a flashlight
into.the front ofthePontiac Firebird, he saw the driver
making furtive movements near the glove compartment.
according to the report filed by Deputy Jared Nichols of
the Calhoun County Sheriff's Department.
Nichols saw Turner attempt to pull away as thouCgh
Dalton wasn't there. The deputy then tapped on the
window to get Turner's attention and had him get out-
ofthe car.
Turner was "obviously intoxicated," according to,
Nichols'report. which noted the dri\ er smelled strongly
of alcohol andhis speech \\as etrenmel slurred and dif-
ficultto understand. When asked to produce his driver's
license, Turner replied that it had been suspended.
After failing a roadside sobriety test. Turner was ar-
rested for driving under the influence. Deputies found a
youngster in the backseat, sitting in an unsecured child's
seat and \wearing bathing suit r pe clothing unsuitable for
the cool temperature. When a deputy reached in to get
the child, he found t\w o pieces of crack cocaine sitting
on the top of the center console, in reach of the child.
A prescription pill bottle containing trace amounts of
cocaine was also found in the car. Deputies found 39
pills, including nine Xanax, three Lortab. 17 pink pills
and 10 white pills which they could not identify .
At arriving at the county jail, Turner refused to
submit to breath and urine tests to determine his level
of intoxication. When reminded that refusing to do so
would result in the loss of drin ing pri\ ileges for a \ear,
Turner cursed at the deputies.
The Department of Children and Families w as con-
tacted and the child w as turned o\ er to her mother.
In addition to the DUI and child abuse charge, Turner
was also charged w ithidriving while license suspended
or revoked with knowledge, possession of cocaine,
possession of a controlled substance and pl-Isession of
a prescription drug \ without a prescription.
He was released on $5,000 bond.


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Approximately 5,000 acres burn in Liberty County;

flames cover about 350 acres in Calhoun County



High winds keep firefighters busy


by Teresa Eubanks,
Journal Editor
Helicopters carried --
water to isolated areas
in Calhoun and Libert i
County to battle fast- o -. -
ing fires propelled by high -
: inds on Mlonday while
.:firefi.'iters battled the .
blaze on the ground. An
-.estimated 5,000 acres in :.:;.
and around the Apala-
chicola National Forest.
in Liberty County burned
while another 350 acres
was covered by flanies in
.Calhoun Count)..
APALACHICOLA
FOREST
Monday's fire in the
national forest started ; ith
a 10-acreblaze on Sunday. A helicopter drops another lar
By Sunday night, firefight- fire outside Blountstown.
ers had contained it to about 230 acres, according to
Denise R.,ins. a public attair.. officer with the U. S.
Forest Ser\ ice.. .
The next day, strong winds fanned the blaze and it
spread over an area of about 5,000 acres, Rains said.
Part of that area included precautionary burning around
Liberty \\ilderness Crossroads Camp, she said.
She said the fire originated in the woods and could:
have been a campfire someone did not properly extin-
guish.
"Conditions have been really dr\ in this parit of Flori-


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Msi-- da and we were concerned
.-. about the winds coming
Through \\ith the tempera-
rure chance," Rains said.
"The drought index was
675 out of a scale of 800.
.. An\ thing over 500 is con-
sidered to be severe."
.Along with local fire-
fighters and forestry staff-
ers. a 20-member Type 1
Crew\ that \as stationed in
: Jacksonville to help w\ %ith
hurricane efforts was sent
to Liberty County. The
Nlodock, CA.-based group
is a highly-trained and
experienced firefighting
crew. Rains said. Three
lire engines from the Oca-
la National Forest were
mndavs's
Pnday's transported to the area as
well and a helicopter was


used to bring in water.
FIRE ON COUNTY ROAD 333
Hosford and Bristol firefighters who went to help in
the national forest had to break away that afternoon to
respond to a trash fire that got out of control at a camp
along County Road 333. "It burned a half acre and
nearly got two houses," said Bristol Fire Chief Dale
Hobby. "Luckil\, we got there before that happened,"
he said.

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Truck, ATV, tools

and cash stolen

from body shop
by Teresa Eubanks Journal Editor
The Blount.sto\n Police Department
is investigating a weekend break-in at a
local body shop in which two vehicles,
numerous tools and cash %were stolen.
The thieve. craw led through the bath-
room \ indo\w at Keith's Auto Repair on
Hwvy. 71 and found the ke\ s for a 1989)
F-250 pick-up parked outside, according
to Najor Rodne. Snuth. Also taken \\as a
1997 Polaris Trail Boss fotu-w heeler that
\\as parked inside, along w ith numerous
air \\renche,. tires and \\heels. After
finding the key to the soft drink machine.
it \ as opened up and approximately $75
in change \"as stolen
Smith said it's likely the thle\ es loaded
the four-w\ heeler onto the pickup \\ th the
other items and dro'e off. The incident
happened sometime after Saturday af-
ternoon and w as discovered w hen o\ ner
Keith Lee came to open up his shop early
Monday morning.
The police department is offering a
re\ ard to anyone with information about
the break-in that leads to an arrest.


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Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 26,2005


Woman charged with

DUI and drug offenses
A Bristol woman is facing several charges after
her erratic driving caught the attention of a Liberty
County deputy late Saturday night.
Deputy Wes Harsey noticed a 1995 Plymouth
van traveling north on County Road 12 South,
approximately one mile south of County Road
333, around 11:15 p.m. He saw the van cross the
center line of the highway into the southbound
lane. The van returned to the northbound lane
and went onto the northbound shoulder before
returning to the road.
After signaling for the van to pull over, the
driver came to a stop half in the northbound lane
and half on the shoulder of the road.
Harsey approached 41-year-old Mary Margaret
Stefanko to ask for her license and saw an open
bottle of beer on the floorboard.
When Harsey told Stefanko that he stopped her
because she was driving outside of her lane, she
said, "I know. I've been at the bar." Harsey then
commented that he could smell the odor of alcohol
on her breath and she replied, "I know. I just told
you I was at the bar."
She told the deputy she'd had five or six
beers.
After failing a roadside sobriety test, Stefanko
was arrested and put in the backseat of the patrol
car.
During a search of her van, the deputy found
a second open bottle of cold beer behind the
passenger's seat, in addition to the one he found
earlier in the driver's side floorboard.
Also recovered during the vehicle search was
a clear plastic film container with what appeared
to be marijuana. In the driver's purse, the deputy
found a pack of rolling papers and a lighter, a
clear glass bottle which contained what appeared
to be cocaine with a device used for snorting the
drug attached. along with an inch-long green
straw\ with what appeared to be cocaine residue.
A pipe which apparently had marijuana residue in
it was found in a shot glass in the center console
under the dashboard next to a prescription bottle
with two pills later identified as morphine sulfate'
extended release tablets. There was no prescrip-
tion on the bottle.
When given a breath test at the jail to determine
her alcohol level, she registered three times over
the legal limit, according to Harsey's report.
Stefanko is charged with DUI, possession
of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled
substance (cocaine), possession of a prescription
narcotic.(schedule one) without a prescription and
possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis.
Driver arrested after
being unable to produce
prescription for pills
A man traveling 15 miles over the speed limit
was charged with two counts of possession of a
controlled sub tance after a deputy discovered he
had two hydocodone tables in his pocket.
George/Wayne Pelt, 38, of Blountstown, was
coming home from his job at a Bay County nursing
home around 11 p.m. on Sept. 18 when a deputy
with a radar clocked him traveling 75 mph in a 60
mph zone on State Road 20.
After he was stopped and stepped out of the
vehicle, the driver became visibly nervous and kept
putting his hands in and out of his pockets, Deputy
Jared Nichols noted in his report for the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Department.
When asked if he had anything in his pockets,
Pelt initially said no but later admitted he had some
pills. When they were removed, the deputy found
Sthe pills were wrapped in a small paper cup like
those used to administer medicine by a nurse.
Pelt stated he had a prescription for the Sched-
ule II medication but was later arrested on Oct. 21
after failing to provideauthorities with proof of the
prescription. He was charged with two counts of
possession of a controlled substance.
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ott Adkins, VOP (state); Mary Hicks, sentenced Afamily altercation ended with an arrest after a
:abeth Boutwell, sentenced from court; Lee Carla Liberty County deputy arrived at a home on Forest
counts, FTA, worthless checks. Road 120 to find a blood-splattered porch and a
9gina Rauleson, refusal to sign traffic citation; man with a-head injuries.
wo counts possession of a controlled substance; When Deputy Timothy Patridge responded to a
battery; Richard Lundgren, VOP (county); Sandra disturbance call just after 9 p.m. and found Wayne
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iald Turner, DUI, driving while license suspended Mcullen, 47, his girlfriend, Rhonda Larry, and
knowledge, possession of cocaine, possession his brother, Russell McKinnon. McCullen said
Substance, possession of a prescription drug his nephew, Shelton McCullen, 21, came to his
option, child abuse; Stephanie Chafen, posses- home and jumped him, grabbed him by the head
paraphernalia, resisting without violence; Louis and ran him into a air conditioner that was on the
ing without violence; Kristen Guirola, resisting porch "for no reason."
,e.
I ERTY CO U NTY The victim had a large cut over his left eye and
thy Moran, VOP; Jefferson Vonier, seeing a severe cut on the top of his head that was bleed-
ing profusely. There was blood all over the front
urice Edwards, holding for CCSO, disorderly porch. After giving a statement, McCullen was
3. Hobby, VOP Calhoun Co. taken to the emergency room at Calhoun-Liberty
)uglas Crosby, VOP, possession of controlled Hospital to be treated for his injuries.
ry A. Hicks, holding for CCSO; Carla Causey, Larry and McKinnon said they witnessed the
SElizabeth Boutwell, holding for CCSO; Andrea a a t t d t t
Burglary of a structure; Wiilard Womble, sen- atack and told the deputy that the two men had
;to countyjail. been arguing and when Wayne triedto walk away,
berl Kent, serving time for driving while license Shelton attacked him and rammed his head into
revoked; Richard Kyle, time served, released; the air conditioner.
driving without a license (sentenced for 10 days); When the deputy interviewed Shelton McCul-
serving 10 days; Billy Dalton, failure to appear; len, he admitted to the attack and added thathis
n, holding for CCSO. t t a a ad that
n, holding for CCSO; uncle had pushed him first. He also acknowledged
gel Carrizal, DUI, driving while license sus-
that he had been drinking. The younger McCullen
nny Ray Hardman, DUI, driving while license wascharged with domestic aggravated battery.
evoked; Mary M. Stefanko, DUI, possession of
ialia, possession of controlled substance, pos- Bad check sends parolee
5cription narcotic without prescription, posses-
n 20 grams of cannabis; Charles S. McCullen, back to Liberty County Jail;
ivated battery. another custody
fanie Ann Chafen, holding for CCSO.ther back indy
following drug testing
Sl*, .l .,,..;l ~ ai. r A parole violation has landed a man backin the
S P. D Liberty County Jail.
stown Police Dept.,
stown POice Dpt Douglas Porcher Crosby, 33, of Youngstown ,
through Oct. 23, 2005 had been placed on two years community control,
ued: followed by three years probation, after his con-
..........02 Traffic Citations..................07 viction in Liberty County of possession of listed
fis (business escorts, traffic details)...... 45
irs (busin.3 esierts taic ala s...:... chemicals, attempted manufacture of a controlled
arms....03. Residential alarms...:.......00 substance and driving while license suspended.
He was taken into custody after issuing a worth-
Stns -a o less check on or about Feb. 27 in Bay County. He
ence AlniSta H-Ospt was later released on his own recognizance.
and Street in Quincy OFFICE (850) 627-8338
Jerry C. Lawrence, DVM A man placed on community control after a
denies: (850) 856-5827 or (850) 856-591burglary conviction is in jail after he was found in
rgpncies: (850Y 856-5827 or (850) 856-5918 A, :< i.* clb "rih '
urs: Mon.-Wed Thurs 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. violation of the terms of his probation.
Tues. and Fri. 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. According to the warrant served b\ the Liberty
OCTOR'S HOURS BY APPOINTMENT. County Sheriff's Department, Andre Peterson vio-
arding Grooming Pet Pickup/Delivery Pet Foods/ lated two conditions of his release. First, he tested
:ive Healthcare-Programs plus many more services, positive for cocaine use. Second, he was away from
.ASED TO OFFER A SPECIAL PREVENTIVE SPAY/NEUTER his approved residence without consent on three
HELP REDUCE UNWANTED PUPPIES AND KITTENS. different dates this past August.
He is being held in the Liberty County Jail
S without bond.
[ARY BETH Man who lost license for
OM HEAD TO TOE DUI is arrested again
M OVED An Eastpoint man was arrested for DUI and
Has O V D driving without a license after a Liberty County
Sheriff's deputy noticed he was unable to keep his
to the SHARP EDGE on vehicle in his lane while heading north on State
Charlie Johns Street. Road 12 South at 11:23 p.m. Saturday.
After observing Lanny R. Hardman, 53, cross
Come see her and get outside his lane at least fourtimes, Deputy Timo-
ready for the holidays. thy Patridge. pulled him over. Hardman quickly
admitted that he did not have a drive's license
SSame number and said it had been suspended due to a previous
Same great service DUI charge.
The deputy noted in his report that Hardman's
NEW L OCATION. speech was slurred and when he stepped out of his i
S. 141 vehicle, he had difficulty standing on his own.
1 Hardman refused to take a roadside sobriety
test and was handcuffed and taken to the county
. Charlie Johns Street, BlountstOWn jail, where he also refused to take a breath test to
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Guardian Ad Litem training starts
from the Guardian Ad Litem program
Did you know that a child is abused every 10 seconds in the Unit-
ed States, and that at least one in every 27 Florida children is abused
or neglected each year? Did you know that every month more than
10,000 Florida children are abused, neglected, or abandoned, a rate
of a new one every four minutes?
You can make a difference by becoming a Guardian Ad Litem
volunteer. The Guardian Ad Litem Program (GAL) is a network of
trained volunteers that represent the best interests of abused, ne-
glected, or abandoned children in the community. Guardians work
for and become the eyes and ears of the judge in these cases.
Guardian Ad Litem is a legal term meaning guardian for the party
or guardians of the law. The program was. established in Florida in
1980 as a court program to help abused and neglected children who
become involved in court proceedings.
Training for the GAL program will begin on Nov. 7 and will be
held at Chipola College in Marianna. Training is fun and interesting
and you get the opportunity to meet good people that really care
about children. Volunteers get information about the abuse and ne-
glect of children, the role of a Guardian Ad Litem, and the judicial
process.
The Marianna office of the GAL is located on the second floor of
the Jackson County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette Street in Marianna.
The case coordinator in Calhoun County is Ms. Barbara Wynn and
the office is located in the couhotuse in Blountstown. For more in-
formation, call 482-9127 in Marianna; or 674-2799 in Blountstown.


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Postal employees honored for service

in Blountstown and Altha post offices


The family gathered for cake
and a celebration when
Blountstown Postal Employ-
ee Ben Yoder was present-
ed with a certificate honor-
ing his 30 years of service
to the U.S. Postal Service
last week. Pictured above
from left to right: Ben's
daughter, Yolanda Miller
with his grandson Sean;
Blountstown Post Office Of-
ficer in Charge Alan Bellas;
Ben Yoder displaying his
certificate; Ben's wife, Carol
Yoder; his father, Monroe Yo-
der; his granddaughter. Car-
men Miller; his son, Jesse
Yoder; Naomi Yoder, Ben's
mother; and Rosella "Rose",
Carol Yoder's mother.


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Alan Peacock was honored with a 25-year Service Award
in recognition of his efforts at the Altha Post Office on
Friday. Debbie Shannon, Officer in Charge at Altha, pre-
sented Alan with the award and a 25-Year Service Pin to
wear proudly. Alan has spent his entire 25 years of ser-
vice with the Altha Post Office as a rural mail carrier.


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Altha School

PTO meeting
The Altha School PTO in conjunc-
tion with Calhoun County School Board
member, Volena Barfield, will be spon-
soring an open discussion about the re-
cent assessment by CRA Architects for
the county's school feasibility plan on
Thursday, Oct. 27 at 6:30 p.m. (CT) in the
school cafeteria.
John Watson, an educational facil-
ity planner, recently evaluated our local
school system and made some recom-
mendations for future student housing.
We would like to have the Altha com-
munity-take a close look at these recom-
mendations and give our school board
member some feedback on the options
listed. A copy of the feasibility plan will
be provided at the meeting or you can
pick one up at the Calhoun County School
Board Office.
If you would like to offer your thoughts
or opinions, you are welcomed to attend.
We want to give the people of our com-
munity a chance to speak up!
For more information or any ques-
tions, call Paige White, PTO president at
674-3365.

Liberty Co. Transportation

Coordinating Board to meet
from the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council
The Liberty County Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordinating Board will
have a meeting Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 2
p.m. (ET) at the Veterans Park Civic Cen-
ter in Bristol.
The agenda :will include the annual
CT-Cevaluation. Transportation Disad-
vantaged Service Plan update, CTC re-
port and staff report.
For more information or if you require
special accommodations at the meeting
because of a disability or physical impair-
ment, please contact Vanita Anderson at
the Apalachee Regional Planning Coun-
cil by phone at 674-4571 or by email at
arpc7@gtcom.net.
Everyone is invited to attend.

AAANF meets Thurs.
from Area Agency on Aging for North florida, Inc.
The Area Agency on Aging for North
Florida Inc. will hold its Advisory Coun-
cil and Board of Directors meetings on
Thursday, Oct. 27 at 10 and 10:30 a.m.,
(ET), respectively. Both meetings will
be held at the Area Agency on Aging for
North Florida, 24.14 Mahan Drive, Talla-
hassee, FL 32308.

Heritage Celebration in
Altha Nov. 18 and 19
Come and enjoy the events and attrac-
tions at the fourth annual Altha Heritage
Celebration and Antique Tractor Pull,
Bog-in and Car Show. The events are as
follows:
*Friday, Nov. 18 Bog-in, gate opens
at 5 p.m. and the event \\ ill start at 7 p.m.
Admission is $8 at the gate, children 12
and under are free.
alurd:,'. Nov. 19 Antique Tractor
tPl and Car Show, car show bl-'in- at 8

12 and under are free,
The .e irs ill be held at the Altha
Area Recreation Complex, north of Altha
nbd f ord P-.a-l just off SR 71, For
moref ifomration, call Altha Town Hall


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meet

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Weight Loss Support Group
s at 1 p.m. at Shelton Park, Library'

toy Scout Troops 200 & 203
el at 6:30 p.m.. Mormon Church


Ricky Roberts,
Gabriel Bledsoe


AA meets p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. west door
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Congressman Allen Boyd's Rep. wIll meet wlih the public Irom
9:30 Ic 11 a.m. ICTi at the Calhoun County Courthouse" and
from 1:30 to 3.30 p.m. IETi at the Liberty Countl CourIhouse

Rock Bluff Community Fire Dept. meeis 7 p.m a3 the voting house


RIDE THE GHOST TRAIN
at Veterans Memorial Park. 7-9:30 p.m.
VFW meeting 7"30 p.m al the Veterans Memonal Park

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


RIDE THE GHOST TRAIN
at Veterans Memorial Park, 7-11 p.m.
House of Doom opens 7p.m. (CT) at the old Blountstown Library
LCHS Dawgs vs. Wewa ..- B-town Tigers vs. Holmes Co.
Away at 8 p.m. (ET) i_ Away at 7:30 p.m. (CT)
Dance at the American Legion Hall in Blounistoitn, 8 p.m midnight


Torreya State Park Community Appreciation Day
Annual Fall Color Hike begins at 9 a.m.
RIDE THE GHOST TRAIN
at Veterans Memorial Park, 7-11 p.m.
KWARD VF" jv W"OSFORD PTO
MALO~WFEN /, r ALL STIVAL.
CARNIVALi at Hosford School.
at the Kinard -;*,_ Costume contest
Community '" : '' begins at 4 p.m. &
Center, parade begins
5 p.m. (CT) at 5 p.m. (ET)
House of Doom opens p.m. iCTI at the old Blounlstotin Librart
AA meets 7:30 p.m., Hosford School cafeteria
Dance at me American L egion Hali in Blounistoi n Sp m milnighl
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SUMMERS'
Family Reunion
SVeterans ilMemonal
SPark Civic Center
beginning at 1 p.m.


Today'
Bi8 -thdays
Bruce Wayene
Carroll,
Jason Tew


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SHouse of Doom opens 5:30p.m. ICT) at Ine old Blounistol n Litra.ry


Today'

Kerry Stone


House of Doom opens 5:30 p.m. (CT) at the old Blountsto\ n Library
Bulldog Club meels 7 p.m., LCHS field house

Calhoun County Commission meets 2 p m., Calhoun Co. Courthouse
Dixie 109 Masonic Lodge meets 7p.m. at Masonic Lodge, Blountsroiun
Liberty County Chamber of Commerce meets 7 p.m., Apalachee Restaurant
Brownie Troop 158 meets at 7-8:30 p.m., Veterans Memorial Ci.ic Center
JROTC Booster Club meets at 7 p.m., Liberty County High School


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Harrell Memorial

Library Yard Sale

planned for Nov. 5
from the Harrell Memorial Library.
The Harrell Memorial Library will
have a yard and bake sale on Saturday,
Nov. 5, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
We will also be taking donations to
reserve a space and table in front of the
library for. anyone interested in setting up
their own sale.
If you are interested in participating
you must sign up and reserve your spot
no later than, 5 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 1.
For information on the sale or to sign
up and reserve a space for your own sale,
please contact Myrna Carnley or Mar-
tha Bailey, Americorps*VISTA's at 643-
2247.

Harrell Memorial

Library fundraiser
from the Harrell Memorial Library
The Harrell Memorial Library is hav-
ing a fundraiser. For a $5 donation you
will have a chance to win a lovely tree set
that consists of a 6' year-round pine tree,
38 assorted snowman ornaments and tree
skirt with snowman detail.
The drawing will be held at the library
on, Monday, Nov. 28, at 5 p.m.
The tree is set up and on display at the
library if you would like to see it.
For more information, please call
Myrna Carnley or Martha Bailey,
Americorps*VISTA's, at 643-2247.






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Hosford-Telogia

Volunteer Fire Dept.


First Annual

Chicken Pilau

Fundraiser

DATE: Saturday, Nov. 4
TIME: 11 a.m. Until
PLACE: Hosford-Telogia
Emergency Services Building

MENU:
Chicken Pilau, Green Beans
Coleslaw, Bread, Dessert & Drink
PRICE: $5 donation

For more information, please contact:
Larry Brown at 379-8177
Sammy Hanna at 643-4040
Rudy Sumner at 643-4318


HALLOWEEN


Trick-or-treat your way to a safe and
happy Halloween with these important
pointers:


TIPS FOR KIDS

.Stay on sidewalks when trick-or-treating, and remem-
ber to carry a flashlight.
*Cross the street only at corners, and always look
both ways before crossing.
*Don't trick-or-treat alone, and plan your.route ahead
of time with an adult.
*If you're riding a bike, skateboard or scooter, place
reflective tape on it.
*Wear light-colored or reflective clothing, so you'll be
visible in the dark.
*Stay away from open flames or candles, like those in
luminaries and jack-o'-lanterns.
*Avoid approaching homes that aren't well-lit.
*Never enter a stranger's house for candy.
*Be careful around animals who may be frightened by
your unfamiliar costume.
*Have an adult inspect your candy before eating it.



BRISTOL ALTHA
(850) 643-2221 (850) 762-3417
Hwy. 20 & Baker St. Hwy. 71
P.O. Box 550 P.O. Box 507-
Bristol, Florida 32321 Altha, Florida 3242
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Calhoun Chamber of Commerce

announces upcoming activities


ALTHA AUTUMN FEST
- Watch for details on the Altha
Autumn Fest Friday, Oct. 28 and
the Fourth Annual Altha Heri-
tage Festival & Antique Tractor
Pull and Bog-In" on Nov. 18
and Nov. 19 or pick up informa-
tion from the Chamber's display
shelves.
Also, plans are underway
for the 13th Annual Calhoun
County Christmas Festival &
Parades on Saturday, Dec. 3. To
register for vendor booths or pa-
rade entries, contact the Cham-
ber today at 674-4519 or e-mail:
ccchamber@yahoo.com.
DINNER -.On Nov. 1, the
Cahoun County Chamber of
Commerce is co-sponsor of a
dinner to discuss tourism dollars
for Calhoun County, along with


the following sponsors: Panhan-
dle Pioneer Settlement, VISIT.
FLORIDA, and Florida Trail
Association. Representative
Marti Coley will open the pre-
sentations, and Senator Al Law-
son is a featured guest! Speakers
are: Kerri Post, Director pf New
Product Marketing of VISIT
FLORIDA; Harvey Campbell,
Columbia County TDC Ex-
ecutive Director; Jeff Barwick,
Hendry County Tourism; How-
ard Pardue, Florida Trail Asso-
.ciation; and Michelle Mitchell,
National Forests in Florida.
MEMBERSHIP .1MEET-
INGS -The October monthly
membership meeting was held
at Cats' Cuisine at Altha Public
School last Thursday. Members
enjoyed a wonderful roast beef


lunch and a presentation by
Bruce Ballister, Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council, about
grants availability and economic
development. Stay tuned for de-
tails about November's meet-
ing. The date and location has
changed to the second Thursday
of the month (Nov. 10) and the
Calhoun County Courthouse, re-
spectively; for the convenience
of the Clerk of Court, Ruth At-
taway, who will host a workshop
about the Clerk's web site.
VISITORS GUIDE The
Jackson County News has be-
gun publication of a quarterly
Calhoun County Visitors Guide.
Copies are available in the dis-
play area of the Chamber's
office and in many local busi-
nesses.


-Second Intertribal Native American Powwow


Wandering Bear. and the
City of Chattahoochee proudly
present the second Intertribal
Native American Powwow
Oct. 28 through Oct. 30 at the
Chattahoochee City Park on the
beautiful Apalachicola River.
The continuous activities will
begin at 10 a.m. and end at 9 p.m.
daily. The event includes family
camping on powwow grounds
(security, electricity, portable
toilets available), Native Ameri-

Calhoun Library
Fall Festival Mon.
from the Calhoun County Public Library
The new Blountstown Public
Library's Even Start Program
invites toddlers and children to
bring their parents to the Fall
Festival Open House on Mon-
day, Oct. 31 from 5 to 8 p.m.
There will be games and sto-
ries planned especially for chil-
dren eight years of age and un-
der. All you need for admission
is a smile and a child. The activi-
ties are free.
There will be a costume pa-
rade for children eight-and un-
der. Please nothing scary.
The Fall Festival is spon-
sored by the Calhoun County
School System Title I, Even
Start, AmeriCorp*VISTA and
the Governor's Family Literacy
Initiative.
For more information, call
674-8773.

Durham's Halloween
hbakx/ardr haunt


can food vendors, dance shows,
intertribal and Creek stomp
dancing, blanket trading. Indian
auction, raffle items and 20 trad-
ers will be in attendance.
Calling all veterans, we would
like to honor you!
There will be a Halloween
trick-or-treat from 4 to 5 p.m. on
Oct. 29 for candy only..
This is a family event, no
drugs or alcohol permitted and
all animals must remain in your
own campsite. For, nIn-poil-
wow personnel \ fishing to camp
for the weekend, campsites and
RV spaces are available for rent
at Chattahoochee RV Resort and
Campground.
Traders by invitation only and
full as of June 20, 2005. Traders
interested in the 2006 powwow,
please contact the powwow li-
rector. The committee reserves
the right to ask all traders to re-


move any inappropriate items :
from the displays. No imported
Indian-type items permitted.
*Host Drum-"Descendents"
All drums and dancers welcome.
*Head Man Rocky Two
Feathers
*Head Ladies Nicole and
Trouble's
*MC Robert Germain
*Veteran's Coordinator and
Arena Director "Lame Owl"
Ed Roth
' *Coordinator,'of, Traders.'.--)
Wandering Bear .
*Food Vendors and: Camp 'f
Feed Ed and Rose .
For additional information,
call Billy Johnson, Powwow
Director at 663-2798. The City
of Chaiuahoochee's Web site is
www.ci.chattahoochee.fl.us. If
the river is flooded, the powwow
will be moved to the football
field.


Kinard VFD Halloween Carnival


from the Kinard Volunteer Fire Dept. -
The Kinard Volunteer Fire
Department will hold its' annual
Halloween Carnival on Satur-
day, Oct. 29. This is our, major
fundraiser for the year.
There will be plenty of games
for every age group: hay rides,
a spook room, horse rides, car
bash, a cake walk, a dunking
booth and more. There will be
door prizes, the ever-popular
cake auction, food booths, cot-
ton candy and boiled peanuts.


The carnival starts at 5 p.ml.
There will be a costume contest
for the kids at 6 p.m. '
We will be selling raffle tick-
ets for a prize of $500, a motor
scooter and a hand-made quilt at
the conclusion of the carnival.
You do not have to be present to
win, see any Kinard VFD mem-
ber for a raffle ticket, or any in-
formation on our carnival.
For more information, call
Carnival Coordinator Doyle
Daniels at 639-5011.


Hosford PTO Annual Fall Festival


LtIly I Ul i ,.I u! i from the.Hosford PTO
The Durhams invite parents Come enjoy outdoor food and fun at the Hosford PTO Annual Fall
to bring their trick-or-treaters by Festival, set for Saturday, Oct. 29 at the school's football field.
their home in Bristol for a free Costume judging will be held at 4:30 p.m., followed by the pa-
special treat and a spooky expe- rade at 5 p.m. The contest and parade lineup will be at the Health
rience on Hallo\ eeni night (Oct. Department.
31). Come hungry the PTO will be selling their famous mullet din-
7 Our little backyard haunt is ners. Let the kids enjoy hotdogs. cordogs, hamburgers, homemade
located on Durham Road, from french fries, cotton candy, candy apples, funnel cakes and snow
Hwy. 20, turn onto Pea Ridge cones.
1 Road, go about 1 1/2 miles, turn Cost for admission is $12, which covers the cost of many games
on Durham Road, you can't miss and activities includingthe rock climbing wall, moon walk, obstacle
us! -course and big gldve boxing.
.For more information, call Lynn Guthrie will be selling pre-pay certificates onFriday,.Oct,28..
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jail or going to jail. No, I'm sorry, that's President
Bush. -JAY LENO

The results from the Iraqi election are coming in and
the Sunnis are claiming that the election was rigged.
So looks like they got an American-style democracy
after all. -- DAVID LETTERMAN

As you know, President Bush's approval rating is at
its lowest number ever. It's gotten so bad that even
Harriet Miers is refusing to take his phone calls.
JAY LENO

Here's a reminder to Iraq: The crooked voting
machines are due back in Florida by Friday.,
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US News and World Report put out a breaking
flash that rumors are flying that Vice Presider
Cheney might resign. Who's going to be pre
now? JA'

North Korean dictator Kim Jung II may be st<
down. Yeah, experts in the State Departme
he could be replaced by his son, Menta Li III
DAVID LETTER

The first baby has been born in New Orlean
Hurricane Katrina. Yeah, they named it
because it finally showed up after nine month
-JA'

I love New Orleans. They'revowing to hold
Gras next year... They've always had a Marc
drink called the Hurricane. They're not going to
that this year, but they've got a new one call
FEMA. It's strong, it hits you about a week Il
BILL M

Al Qaeda is now looking to hire people for
production work. Apparently the last two guy
hired had short fuses. JA'

There have been horrible rainstorms all arou
country...Las Vegas has had a record amo
Rainfall in this week. More rain this month tha
before. In fact, it was so bad, Roy got maule
sea lion. -JA

In New Jersey lawmakers are considering a I
would outlaw smoking while driving. Lawn
went further to say that if New Jersey driver
to inhale polluted air they should just roll do
window. CONAN O

Boy these rains are unbelievable.
The gas station near my house had
a flash flood yesterday. Luckily for
the owner he was already up on
the ladder changing the prices on
his signs...so he is ok.
-JAY LENO

Things have been going so bad for
the president his that aides have
even recommended adopting Ava
some of Clinton's old policies. But
to his credit, Bush has refused to
start dating again. -JAY LENO


Tipping point is loosely defined,
I-particularly in politics, as that
point where favorable events reverse
and become unfavorable. Better said,
things aren't going your way anymore.
That's Mr. Bush's predicament.


COX'S CORNER\
Jerry Cox is a retiredmilitary officer
and writer with an extensive back-
ground in domestic and foreign policy
issues. He lives in Shalimar, Fla.


s after Things aren't going his way anymore.
FEMA National polls show that about two thirds of Americans
ths. think that America is on the wrong track.
Y LENO There are a number of reasons that Mr. Bush's ship of
state is on rocky shoals. The American people are finally
Mardi realizing that Mr. Bush's war on terror might better be
ii Gras called Mr. Bush's folly.
Serve There is no doubt that all Americans wanted a U.S.
ed the response to the 9/11 attacks. Someonehad to pay. Invad-
ater. ing Afghanistan was good thing. But instead of locking
IAHER down every village and town in Afghanistan, Mr. Bush
decides to invade Iraq.
video The testosterone deprived in American society thought
ys they that toppling Saddam Hussein and teaching those Iraqis a
Y LENO thing or two was a good idea. But those of us who know
a thing or two about warfare were asking what Hussein
Ind the and Iraq had to do with 9/11.
)unt of Well, now we know that Saddam Hussein and Iraq had
tn ever nothing to do with 9/11. Millions of words have been writ-
ed by a ten about why Mr. Bush invaded Iraq. Turns out that Mr.
Y LENO Bush was planning to invade Iraq prior to 9/11. Why? If
removing despotic leaders is a goal of U.S. foreign policy
ill that then why not invade Cuba. Hey, it's closer.
makers It's not just this quagmire in Iraq that has Mr. Bush on
s want the bad side of the polls. People are finally recognizing
wn the that America is in financial straits. According to a study
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the U.S. about $5.6 billion per month,
which is a higher bur rate than in the
Vietnam War.
Mother Nature hasn't been kind to
Mr. Bush and the American people.
Hurricanes have devastated the Gulf


Coast, and estimates are that it will
take $200 to $300 billion to rebuild the Gulf Coast.
Recognizing the cost of the Iraq war, the cost to rebuild
the Gulf Coast and the large annual budget deficits that
Mr. Bush has already incurred, conservative Republicans
who really believe in no taxes and smaller government
are in a tizzy.
As expected, there are numerous plans in the House
and Senate to cut spending. There are no plans to reduce
spending in Iraq, but there are many plans to reduce do-
mestic spending which means.that the American people
are going to get less healthcare and domestic services.
While borrowing money at a rate never seen before,
Mr. Bush wants permanent tax cuts. That makes no sense
to me. What it does mean is that the basic Americans
will fund the war in Iraq by accepting fewer healthcare
benefits, less money for education and less money for
repairing the basic infrastructure of the country.
I think that the American people are finally deciding
that they are getting the short end of the stick. Mr. Bush
is dedicated to his Middle East folly at the expense'of
the American people.
I don't have any problem with reducing domestic
spending. I'd suggest that Congress start with the pork
laden transportation and farm bills. They could start by
eliminating the multimillion-dollar bridge to an Alaskan
island that has about 50 inhabitants. I have a better idea.
Buy all 50 people a boat.
Independent organizations that oversee the federal
budget and tax issues are correct when they say that there
is enough pork in the federal budget to repair the damage
to the Gulf Coast.
Mr. Bush finally did it to himself when he nominated
Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court. His right-wing
base was expecting a hardcore conservative that would
overturn Rove v. Wade; The right-wingers are on televi-
sion, radio and in newsprint wailing to Mr. Bush, "You
promised me."
Time and again, Mr. Bush has proven his dogged stub-
bornness, and with his nomination of Ms. Miers to the
Supreme Court, he has told the right-wing to shove it.
Angry and disillusioned, Mr. Bush's right-wing sup-
porters are turning on him. Mr. Bush has reached his
tipping point.
It's all downhill now.


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To the editor:
This ruling on unpaid bills of customers (re: Unpaid Liberty
County garbage and water bills) is in my opinion not legal. These
customers are responsible for their bills.
It is the duty of the elected officials to collect these bills, or be
replaced with someone who can manage the problems with the rules
of collection of bills:
Concerned citizen,
Edward A. Jones, Bristol

It's time to fix Social Security,
To the editor:
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for today's seniors and for those nearing retirement, but it needs to
be fixed for younger workers in other words for my parents and my
own generation. The government has made promises it cannot afford
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If we do not act to fix Social Security now, the only solutions
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Thompsons

guest singers

at Fall Festival
The Altha Church of God,
Sunny Hill Church and Victory
Hill Church will host a commu-
nity Fall Festival Saturday, Oct.
29 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on the Al-
tha Church of God grounds.
Come out and enjoy the many
activities along with a car show
planned for the evening. Admis-
sion is free.
The Thompsons will be the
guest singers.
The church is located at
26000 NE Fuqua Circle in Al-
tha. For more information, call
674-5678.

Free Will Baptist

Church Festival
Christian Home Free Will
Baptist Church will host a fall
festival Monday, Oct. 31 from
5 to 7:30 p.m. in the recreation
building behind the church. E%-
eryone is invited to come and
join us. There will be booths,
games for all ages, door prizes,'
hay rides, and plenty of food.
The church is located at High-
way 69 North. For further infor-
mation, please call 674-4368.

Pastor Appreciation

Day November 6
Page Pond Assembly of God
.Church will be honoring their
pastor and family on Sunda\.
Nov. 6 during the morning ser-
vice.
Morning worship begins at
10:50 a.m. Pleasejoin us in show-
ing our love and appreciation.
For further information. please
call 762-8286. The church is lo-
cated near Shehon's Crossroads.

Prayer band meets
The LibertyY Community
Prayer Band will hold prayer
service ThursdaN. Oct. 27 at,7:30
p.m. (ET) at the home of Sister
Ella NI. Ho ard.
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend. For more information,
call 643-2332.

-The family-of Randel Pumphrey
would like to express our heartfelt
appreciation for all the acts of kind-
ness you have shown us throughout
the da\ s of our loss.
Ifa tear was shed, a hug received,
a flower given or a dish furnished it
was'appreciated. Your prayers have
kept us going. We're blessed to be
in this community.
A special thanks to-Adams Fu-
neral Home and to the preachers
Jimmy Young and Jerome Harbert.
Also, to Christel Whittington and
her sisters for the beautiful voices
heard during the services.
Please remember Randel when:
that old buck is sighted and when
you hear that gobbler fling to the
ground and that big old fish is tug-
ging on the line. He 9ould sa. to
you, "I'm by the still waters wail-
ing to walk the streets of gold with
you, just come to the gate, I'm wait-
ing on the other side."
The family of Randel Pumphrev
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Bristol P.H. Church

Fall Festival Sat.
The Bristol Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church would like to invite
the community to a Fall Festival
Saturday, Oct. 29 from 6 to 8 p.m.
(ET). There will be games, food,
raffle drawings and more. Admis-
sion is free, however, donations
are welcome.
All contributions will go to-
wards the youth fund.
The church is located on Solo-
mon Street. For more informa-
tion call 643-5733.

Fall Festival at Bristol

First Baptist Church
There will be fun for all the
family at First Baptist Church
of Bristol on Monday, Oct. 31
beginning at 5 p.m. (ET). The
event will be held at the new
church site'located at 10677 NW-
Michaux Road.
Come enjoy family time and
check out our new church. For
more info., call 643-5400.

Trunk-or- Treat
Come join us for our third
annual Trunk-or-Treat at the
Mormon Church parking lot on
Oct. 31.
This is a safe and easy way to
trick or treat. Bring your goblins
by to go from trunk rrunlk gath-
ering, treats. .
The fun begins at 6 p.m:

SWe welcome ,'our rnurch arnnunce.
ments and remind you io be sure to
include ne dva and date as well as time
and location of each event. We also ask
thatyou include phone number or direc-
Stions to Ihe church to make it convenient
for our readers.


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In this time of storms and de-
struction, I can't help but be so
proud of Calhoun and Liberty
counties for the help and support
they extended to our family .
Sinc the e tornado hit our home,
my husband has had two surger-
ies and has dialysis three times a
week. So, now it is slowing down
and I wanted to say thank you to
our.neighbors, our family, friends,
Harvey's, Calhoun-Libert\ Journal,
Red Cross, Subway, Victory Hill
Church. Sunny Hill Church and
Camphead Church.
Calhoun Count Correctional
Institution showed me it was not'
just a job to me, but an extended
family. Warden J. Wainwright was,
right here helping ith the cleanup.:
Many of my co-workers would
send help in.some way even when.


Lake Mystic

Fall Festival
Lake Mystic Baptist Church
of Bristol invites everyone to a
Fall Festival to be held in the
back of the sanctuary at 15292
NW CR 12.
The event will start at 6 p.m.
and end at 8 p.m. (ET).
There will be lots of different
games including a hay ride, door
prizes and free food. Adults, bring
your children and enjoy a good
time and lots of fun.
For more information, call
643-2351.

It's a Hallelujah

Carnival at St. Mary

Baptist Church
The St. Mary Baptist Church
Youth department w i 11 be having
a Hallelujah Carni\al on Oct.
29 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. There-
will be lots of games. hay rides,
candy and great food' Everyone
in the community is welcome to
come out and join the fun.
The church is located at 16345
SE River Street. For more infor-
mation, call 674-5832,

God's Treasures,

Trunks & Treats
God's Treasures, Trunks and
Treats will be held Monday, Oct.
S31 at Golden Pharmacy Plaza
from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Learn all about God and His
Treasures for you! En jo safe"
community fellowship, plenty of
treats to eat and it's all free.
For more information, call
the Community Outreach of the
Blountsto\\ n First Pentecostal
Holiness Church at 674-8864.'

First Baptist

Homecoming
The First Baptist Church of
Bristol's Homecoming will be
held Sunday, Oct. 30 beginning
at 10 a.m. Joirfus for special mu-
sic by Fortress and a message by
Rev. Shelly Chandler. For more
information, call 643-5400. .


they could not be here.
The Calhoun County Sheriff's
Department, my County Commis-
sioner Danny Wise, to all of you
who helped us to be able to get back
on our feet.
Thank all of you.
Edward and Gail Lock and family

The family of Oliver Singletariy
would like to express our thanks
and appreciation for the many
prayers, phone calls, visits, food
and flowers during the time of ill-
ness and passing of a dear husband,
father, grandfather and brother.
A very special thanks goes to
Brother Terry. and Sister Cathy
Blackburn, Brother Jack and Sister
Eleanor Strader, Sister Myra Carn-
ley, Brother Coy and Sister Linda
Collins, 'Brother _Victor Walsh,
Brother Frank Ritter and also Opal
Rogers and her family for standing
:by us in our time of loss i.
The Oliher Singletary family ",'


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Text: Ephesians 6:10-18
A little boy was standing outside
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noticed him eyeballing the bright, red
fruit. He asked the boy, "What are you
doing, son? Trying to steal one of those
apples?"
"No sir, the boy replied. "I'm try-
ing not to."
Temptation is when Satan attempts
to move you, stir you, urge you, or spur
you to sin. Satan cannot force any child
of God to do J n.Lhung he or *'he djoe..n
v.ant to do Ho..eler. Satan can and
doe. make 4in lo,:bk %en attracli'e He
c3ndeceine )ou iniubelietrig thjil %,ou
can fulfill your desuer, in an evil way
without consequences. He can put you
under a great amount of pressure to do
the wrong thing.
But God ha. promised the believer
that "when you are tempted, He will
also provide a way out so that you
cain slind up under t Ni\'l in'l Cor.
10:13. The battle that you fight with
temptation is.a spiritual one. It is not
one. that you can fight on your own.
But %itih God'. Hoiy Spirit living aid
dwelling in the heart of the believer,
you can escape temptation and over-
come it. 1 Jn 4:4 promises, "...the One
who is in you is greater than the one
who is in the world (NIV)."
Whenever you confess your sins,.
repent of your sins, and believe that
Christ died and rose again so He can
forgive you of your sins, the Holy Spir-
it comes to live and dwell '. ili ou He
frees you from your bondage to sin and
temptation. He gives you all the weap-
ons.that you need to fight temptation.
"Therefore,, put on the full armor
of God, w. ihaI .h.hen the da, oAf evil
comes, youJ nm', be .,ale I: ;l'and your
ground, and after you have done every-
ltinr. to stand (NIV)."
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850-643-5400.
Rev.-Victor A. Walsh, Pastor,
Sunday Morning Bible Study ............................9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship Service..................11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Discipleship Training.............6:00 p.m.
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The House ofDoom
will open its doors to brave
souls who dare to enter
for afew shocks and thrills
as Halloween approaches.
Members of the L
employees club at
Calhoun Correctional
Institution along with the
Blountstown Police,
Department have
I transformed the old
- Blountstown Library
6 on North Pear Street
into a nightmarish maze
Iin offrightening tableaux
te with monsters, ghosts
and ghouls anxious
Sto make their presence
known. Vampires will be
prowling the building and
S unwary visitors just might
cross paths with the
: infamous Hannibal Lector.
Folks of all ages are invited.
Thereis an entrance fee of
$2 per person and
refreshments will be available.
Major Rodney.Smith of
the Blountstown Police
Department promises "plenl4
of good, safe fun" during the
three nights the Haunted
House will be in operation.
The doors will creak open
at 7p.m. on Friday, Oct. 28
and Saturday, Oct. 29. On
Monday, Oct. 31, the fun will
begin at 5:30 p.m. to allow
young trick-or-treaters a
chance to take the
tour before making their
rounds that night.
Money raised will go to
the employees clubs at the
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BRADLEY HALL
Bradley Hall celebrated his
sixth birthday on Oct. 21. He
is the son of Amanda Hall of
Bristol. His grandparents are
Don and Shelia Sirmons of,
Bristol. Great-grandparents
are Hubert and Sue Pitts of
Bristol. Bradley enjoys going
fishing and four-wheeler rid-
ing with Wes and swimming
at Mrs. Carol's. He also enjoys
staying the night with Grannie
Sue and Nana, aggravat-
ing his two sisters, Courtney
and Kelsey. Happy Birthday,
Bubba!


HANA WHITFIELD
Hana Whitfield celebrated
her 8th birthday on October
18th. She is the daughter of
Rex and Meiko Whitfield of
Bristol. Her grandparents are
Ralph and Olivia Whitfield of
Bristol, and Horace and Yoshi
Huggins of Blounstown.


ERIC FL(
Eric Flowers wil
13th birthday o
is the son ofJ
Loretta Flower
parents are Jim
Flowers and th
and Corvia Jac
He celebrated
Oct. 22 with a
pizza party at K
Marianna. Jake
his Dad's mule
ing video game,
basketball.


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Jonathan and MANSPEAKER
rs. His grand- RobertandRachelManspeak-
7my and Gloria er are proud to announce the ,
e late Dorothy birth of their daughter, Sara
,obs of Bristol. Olivia Manspeaker, born on
is birthday on Aug. 16, 2005. Seeghighed 6
Slbs. and 12 oz. and measured
1"bowling and 193/4 inches long. Maternal
indel Lanes in grandparents are Ralph and
'enjoys driving Olivia Whitfield of Bristol.
around, play- Paternal grandparents are
s and shooting Bob and Faye Manspeaker of
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EMMA CAROLANN
DEASON
Emma Carolann Deason cel-
ebrated her third birthday on -a
Oct. 10. She is the daughter
of Rob and Necy Deason of
Blountstown. Proud grandpar- r.
ents are Winston and Sandra
Deason of Blountstown and
Shelby and Peggy Shoemake
of Bristol. Her great-grand-
mother is Thadene Nance of Blountstown. "Princess Emma"
celebrated her birthday Disney Princess style with all of her
family and was treated to a day of shopping and fun with her
mother. She spends her days keeping her MeMa and PaPa
very busy and being spoiled byAunt Angie! Emma also loves
spending time with her big brother Alex.



CAITLYN MARIE
EARNEST
Chris and Candice Earnest of
I" Hosford are proud to announce
the birth of their daughter, Cait-
S lyn Marie Earnest, born on Oct.
5, 2005 at Capitol Regional
Medical Center in Tallahassee.
She weighed 7 bs. and 3 oz.
and measured 20 1/2 inches
long. Maternal grandparents are George and Lizzie Flowers
of Bristol and Cindy Revell of Tallahassee. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Eugene Earnest of Hosford and Lunette Earnest of
Telogia. Great-grandparents are Clyde and Geraldine Kelley
of Clarksville; the late Billie Kelley of Bristol; Jimmy and Gloria
Flowers of Bristol; Opal Neely of Blountstown; Malcome Earnest
of Hosford; the late Leola Arnold of Telogia. Her great-great
grandmother is Mollie Flowers. Caitlyn was welcomed home
by her big brother, Landon Earnest.
CALEIGH BLAIR j I
PEDDIE I
Caleb Peddie would like to
announce the birth of his O l|l Fi : J
sister Caleigh Blair Ped- i' _|
die, born on Sept. 8, 2005 7 li
at Tallahassee Memorial i r
Women's Pavilion. She
weighed 6 lbs. and 12 oz.
She is daughter of Corry
and Heather Peddie. Her -.
grandparents are Hal and
Pam Summers and Rocky and Mary Peddie, all of Bristol. Her
great-grandmothers are Mable Summers and Mary Sidell of
Bristol and Margie Chason of Hosford. She was welcomed home
by a very excited big brother and a slew of family and friends.
KAYELYN ALEXANDRIA
FRANKLIN
Lonnie W. and Donna O.
Franklin of Bristol are proud
_._.: .. J to announce the birth of their
,^ daughter, Kayelyn Alexandria
Franklin, born on Sept. 14,
S 2005. She weighed 6 /bs.
and 15 oz. and measured
% -20 1/4 inches long. She has
one sister, Haileigh Pippin, 8.
Maternal grandparents are Marie (Ammie) O'Bryan of Altha.
Paternal grandparents are Lonnie H. and Judy Franklin (Papa
and Mimie) of Bristol.


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help celebrate this occasion at his

Birthday Party.


October 30, 2005
from
2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
at
Corinth Baptist Church
Fellowship Hall
Highway 65 south and Moore Street
Hosford, Florida


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Please feel free to call 379-8442,
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Kent and Welles plan December wedding


Penny and Robin Kent and Roger and
Gretchen Welles, all of Hosford, would like
to announce the forthcoming marriage of
their children Monica Susan Kent to Noah
Arthur Welles.
Monica is the granddaughter. of Cortez
and Ailene Kent of Blountstown, Shirley
and the late Laryus Brown of Telogia and the
late Mary and Alfred Parker. She is a 2000
graduate of Liberty County High School and
is employed by Liberty Count) Transit in
Bristol.
Noah is the grandson of the late Pete and
lMadge Osteen and the late Archie and Bea-
trice Welles. Noah is a 2000) graduate of Lib-
erty County High School and is employed by
Marine Transportation Systems of Panama
City.
The couple will be united in marriage
on Dec. 31 at Mt. Zion United Pentecostal
Church in Hosford at 2 p.m. A reception


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will follow the ceremony. No local invitations are be-
ing sent, but all friends and farnill are invited to attend.
The couple will reside in Bristol.


Orama united in marriage
SLeAnn Sunmmerlin and Jerri Orama of Telogia \were
Married at the Chapel in the Glen in Gatlinburg. TN on
S Oct. 15.
LeAnns parents are Silas and Susie Siunmerlin of Te-
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Strong rushing attack propels LCHS


Sb Richard Williams
IJourIai ;,poi~; lr iir
.- strong ril.shing attack and
defense that controlled the line of
,crminimage helped Liberit Counti'
groundthe SneadsPiratcs 4S-22 in
a home district game Oct 21
The Bulldog defense held Sneads
without a first down until the final
quarter and Sneads out of the end
zone until the second half.
Liberty County started the game
on defense and forced Sneads to
pun:. On their first possession,
Liberty was also forced to punt.
Punier Clint Hill managed to get
off :he punt despite a lo\t snap.
but after the kick he \%as ham-
mered b) a Sneads defender. The
resulting penalty gave the Dawgs
a first down.
Liberty's Ervin Young scored
the first points of the night with
5:28 left in the first quarter. After
taking the ball back from Sneads,
Young struck again. This time the
running back made a defender
miss, followed a blocker, then


ounianeu\ ered the Pirte defender
on his way [..' 3 t(-iard touchdoi n
The extra poi.i .is a nussed and the
Bulldogs held a 12-1 .le.id
Sneads" first points of the il-tie
came on a ,afei\ The Bulldog
.punter was near his egoa line \ hen
he took the snap. The ball v.eni
through his legs and the punter
turned and tried to kick the ball
through the end zone for a safety
and to avoid giving the Pirates a
chance .o reco er the ball for a
touchdovi n Hill nussed and se\eeral
players tried to reco er the loose
ball. A Bulldog finally covered
the ball in the end zone after a
mad scramble. The reco'ern ease
Sneads their first tmo points ol the
game and closed the gap to 12-2
with 9:59 remaining in the half.
After the Bulldog defense
stuffed Sneads, Liberty's ground
attack forced the ball downfield
on the Pirates. The strong rush-
ing attack mixed with passes kept
Sneads off balance and allowed the
Bulldogs to keep the ball mot ing


ABOVE: Bulldog Jace Ford keeps his eye on the ball as a
Chipley player races toward him. BELOW: Clint Hill leaps
to make a catch. WALKER CLEMMONS PHOTOS


to\t rd the goai line. Liberty\ 's Thad
Alston cared the ball nine tin'mi in
the jdame aind .ILined 12S }uald of
offense. Three o:f those vards came
on LibLrti's ne\.t 'uchd v. n ais tihe
SBulldog back si!ipl. pounded the
ball inside and through the Sneads
offensive line. Quarterback Jace
Ford ran the quarterback keeper on
the following t\ o-point cone\ version
and Liberty held a 20-2 lead with
3:46 remaining in the half.
SLCHS Head Coach Randy Ro-
land said he %\as surprised at the


,trenrth of the Bulldog running
aitta'k ;
"We ran the trap on them all
night," Roland said. "We thought
we could run the trap on them last
year and they shut it down, but this
year our guards just controlled the
line of scrimmage and we stayed
with the trap. Even most of the run-
ning plays that went outside were
trap plays that the backs bounced
outside," he said.
"We also used the pass just
enough to make sure thex couldn't


Bulldogs
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added.. ,.
The seco nd half started with
neither offense able to put points
on the board. The drought held
until the final two minutes of the
third quarter. With 1:05 left in the
quarter A.J..Marlow powered into
the end zone on a two-yard run to
give Liberty the 26-2 lead. Ford ran
another keeper for the two-point
conversion that pushed the score

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to 48-22 win over the Sneads Pirates on Friday


to 28-2.
The Pirates quickly found gold
on their next possession by us-
ing the pass. A Liberty defender
went for an interception instead
of making a sure tackle, and the
ball went just over the defender's
outstretched hands into the arms
of the Pirate receiver. The receiver
outraced the defenders to complete
an 85-yard scoring play with 26
seconds remaining in the third
quarter. The kick was no good and
Liberty held a 28-8 lead.
The Bulldogs opened the fourth
quarter coring when Marlov used
a solid cutback and good blocks
to score from 25 yards out. Hill
kicked the e\tra point to move the
lead to 35-8: Marlow carried the
ball 12 times for 103 yards in the
game.
Alston scored the next points
of the gune for LCHS as he broke
to the outside and outraced the
defenders for a 37-yard touchdown'
run. After the missed extra point,
L iemTrT held a41-8 lead;
W'\Vh Libert, substiutjin hea -
ily on both offense ;and defense.
Sneads made a first down for the
first time in the fourth quarter.
Sneads abl]o scored [heiir i[ ni. sh-


ing touchdown of the game on
short run. After completing the
two-point conversion, the score
stood at 41-16 with 8:15 remaining
in the game.
Despite the late scores against
his reserves, Roland said he was
pleased with the defensive effort.
"I think the big difference was
we were more aggressive this
week on defense," Roland said.
"We practiced hard all week, had
a lot of contact and it appeared to
pay off."
The Bulldogs;.tooka- timeout
early in their next possession so
Roland could get reserves into the
game or get those with starting
positions time at a new position
Liberty's offense was unable to
move the ball and Sneads took
over.
Sneads' attempt to get back into
the game by the pass backfired
when Brandon Mayo stepped in
front of a Pirate pass and then
returned the ball for a-touchdown.
With the extra point, Liberty led
48-16.
Sneads closed out the scoring
with a passing touchdown late in
the game to make it 48-22 Liberty.
With the win. the Bulldogs move


to 5-3 on the year.
Rolaiid said he was glad to see
some players stepping up against
Sneads.
"We lost one of the linemen on
our second offensive play and Mar-
cus Gowan, a sophomore, came
in and pl..iyed the rest of the g.:ine
doing a solid job for us," Roland
said. "Anytime you get some newer
players that step up and show they
can pjix sou feel good."


With no hope for a playoff spot,
Liberty is now playing for pride.
The Bulldogs have a chance to even
their district record this week when
they travel to Wewahitchka. The
Gators have lost only one district
game.
Roland said the Ga(ors ha\e
both pou er and speed He said
the game will be a tough one for
Liberty. tt
:"We"* e got to play avery solid


LEFT:
Bulldogs
Kale
Holcomb
(#15),
Thad
Alston
(#88) and
Marcus
Gowan
(#71)
tangle
with a pair
of Pirates.

RICHARD
WILLIAMS
PHOTO

game, and we've got to. hit our
assignments every play," Roland
said. The second year head coach
also said the Bulldogs. need to
take a solid contingent of fans on
the road.
"We've got really good fans and
when they travel \ ith us it seems
to make a big difference," Roland
said.
Libert\ tral'els to \Vewa to face
the Gators Oct. 28


Blountstown Tigers overwhelm Chipley with 42-0 shutout


bt' Tere-a Eubanks, Journal Editor
"We played pretty good for a
chance." said Blountstown Tigers
Coach Bobby Johns after his team
returned from Friday night's road
trip to Chipley where they shutout
,.t.eih hosts -42-0 to take their eighth-
straight nt in of the season.
: Arsenio Ivory made three of
Sthe night's six touchdo\\ns. Jacob
Williams added some points of
his own to the scoreboard n ith si\
successful PATs.
"We were able to put them at\ a\
early and kind of enjoy playing
football a little," the coach said.
They had a running clock from the
middle of the third quarter which
allowed some of the less-experi-
enced Tiger team members to get
some valuable time on the field.
He noted that perhaps the only
miscue of the night was when
Blountstown turned the ball over
right at halftime, but that had little
effect on the outcome.
The Blountstown team had 463
yards of offense, including 360
yards rushing and 103 passing.
Chiple, 's younger and less-expe-
riernced players managed only 166
)ards offense.
"Offensively. we had the best
game we had all year long. Every
iin-.-idar we had graded out above
80- and four graded out at 90% or
better," Johns said.
The highlight of the one-sided
game was in the third quarter. when
Blountstown's John Lockhart had
what the coach called, "an amaz-
ing one-handed catch." During a
Blountstown scoring drive, Mi-
chael Guilford threw a fade-out to
Lockhart. "He went up over the
top of the defender and caught it
with one hand," Johns said of the
28-yard throw.
He acknowledged that it had
been a rough season for Chipley.
SSome of their players transferred
out of school and other team mem-
K bets suffered iuriies'."T".hey're


each time.
Ivory brought the ball in 23
yards for the onIl score of the
second quarter. Jacobs kicked in
the extra point and Blountsto\ n
led 2J-0I at the half
The Tigersscored three times n
the third quarter, tirst on a 10-yard
run by Ivory, then on a six-yard run
by Chance AttawaN and finally, on
a 49-yard fumble return by Tirus
Overholt. Williams topped off each
score with a successful PAT.
After a scoreless fourth quarter.
the Tigers wert home %%ith a 42-0
win.
O\erholt led the team iith 14
d tackles and one fumble recovery.
Williams and Baker both had 11
Tackles. followed by Corey Silcox
u\ tuh 10 and Josh SaveUll ith nine.
.. K Chase Cox had nine tackles. Josh
Lee had eight-tackles.and two
r W fumble recoveries.
In rushing. Guilford had four for
ABOVE: Tiger Michael Guilford '75 yards, T.C. Copeland had four
(#28) races around a throng for 72 and Attaway had five for 46.
of Chipley players. RIGHT: Ivory had five for five Nards.
Tigers gang up to bring down Lockhart had one cam for 38
a Pirate. BELOW: Tiger Titus v.yards. Gar) Reed had two catches
Overholt stops an opponent* for 55 yards. Lockhart had that
memorable 28-yard one-handed
TONY SHOEMAKE PHOTOS catch. Attaway had one catch for
20 yards.
Guilford was four for"'six %\ith
103 yards passing.
This week, the undefeated
Blountstown team travels to Born-
fay where they'll face a more
daunting challenge. "'They've got
a very, very skilled football team
that's well-coached." said Johns.
S"< "They do an outstanding job of
doing different things to keep you
off balance."
He said Bonifav and Vernon
",X.- "- s4 ~ ~had a close game last week. "Our
.. ....' -' wv' destiny's in our hands," Johns said,

kind of struggling a bit right now. said. run by Arsenio Ivory and then.on a "We've got to take care of business
Their. coach does a great job with Blountstown scored twice inthe six-yard run by Ryan Baker. Jacob Friday night and take care of that
what he s got to ,vork wilth: s .firstiusirier. first, on a selen-y ird Williams kicked in the extra peit *7' -





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RED RIBBON WEEK
Blountstown Middle School will
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Oct. 24 through Oct. 28.
Our anti-drug theme is "My
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The Blountstown Police Depart-
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8 wallets, cost $30
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will host an extrication presen- *Wednesday, Oct. 26 Sock it vegetables or fruit juice and a
n. to Drugs: students can wear their choice of Iowfat or whole milk
n anti-drug pep rally and stu- craziest socks! served with all meals.
/faculty volleyball game will be Thursday, Oct. 27 THURSDAY
on ThurThursday, Oct. 27 Crazy Hair Breakfast: Chilled cinnamon
he grand finale will be the BMS and Red Day: students can sport a applesauce, sausage patty, bis-
ity Pageant at 9a.m. in the gym. wild hairdo and wear red clothing, cuit with jelly. ts,mashedpo-
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r female attire to reinforce the *Friday, Oct. 28 Celebrity corn bread.
drug message! Day: students can dress up like their FRIDAY
11 students are encouraged to favorite star! Let's have fun! Breakfast Bananas, ready-to-eat
cipate by dressing according to cereal, cheese toast.
laily topic. Dress according to BMS dress Lunch: Beef-a-roni, whole-kernel
he dress schedule as follows: code! corn, orange sections, yeast
rolls.
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Breakfast Chilled apple juice,
ham slice, cinnamon crunch cof-
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ne; 2006 Sabertooth on sale Lunch: Hamburgers on buns, let-
tuce,tomato, pickles, French-fries
with catsup,.brownie with nuts.
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Oct. 28 Varsity Football-Holmes County-away Breakfast Chilled pineapple tid-
Oct. 29 ACT Test I bits, buttered grits, hot ham and
Oct. 31 Evaluation Day, no School for students I cheese toast.
Lunch: Cold cut and cheese
Nov. 2 Underclassmen Picture Retakes; Senior Career | sandwich,- lettuce and tomato,
iir @ Chipola I potato rounds with catsup, fruited
Nov. 3 FBLA Blood Drive I I Jell-O.
Nov. 4 Varsity Football-Wewa-Away I WEDN ESDAY
Nov. 7-11 Yearbook Sales I Breakfast. Orange sections,
Nov. 14 ASVAB I scrambled eggs, toast with jelly.
Lunch: Pizza, broccoli and car-
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rots with dip, corn-on-the cob,
Spineapple pudding.
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would especially like to thank Beta member,
Sheri Tucker for coordinating the induction
ceremony and Robyn Carpenter for decorat-
ing the auditorium so beautifully.


PTO meeting scheduled for Nov. 7; Red Ribbon week


PTO MEETING As the
second nine weeks s of school
begins, activities are abounding
at W.R. 'Tolar. Attendance for
Family Reading Night, held on
Monday nights at 5:30, has been
great. We can only hope that
community participation will roll
into our PTO meetings held that
same night.
On Oct. 17 the first PTO
meeting for the 2005-2006
academic year was held with great
success. Even Kelli Flournoy
was pleasantly surprised by the
attendance of nearly 40 people.


"This is the largest attendance I
have seen in the past t\\o years
serving as the president of Tolar
PTO," she said.
Topics covered at the. meeting
included an-introduction of the
PTO to new attendees, discussion
of possible fundraising activities,
and an Active Classroom
presentation by Laurie Brandon.
Even though myactiveclassroom.
corn is a powerful tool that allows
parents to log-in and view their
child(s) assignments for each
class, that power is negated if
you do not know how to navigate;


the site. Usernames can often
be problematic due to multiple
children with the same name, so
it was decided that a note will i
be sent home \with each child
identify ing their userame.
Kelli and W.R. Tolar w welcome
anyone in the community to
attend future PTO meetings.
The next PTO meeting will be
held Nov. 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the
-multi-purpose room ofW.R.Tolar
School.
RED RIBBON WEEK -,In
proper spirit. W.R. Tolar will
celebrate Red Ribbon Week and
encourages students. faculty and
staff to show their school spirit ,,
by participating in the activities
listed below.
*Thursday, Oct. 27 "Give
Drugs the Slip" Students/Faculty/
Staff wear slippers to school.
*Friday, Oct. 28 -="Sock It To
Drugs" Wear your craziest socks
this day; mix match, etc.
*Monday, Oct. 31 "TEAM
UP AGAINST DRUGS"
Halloween day- Sludents need
to wear Halloween costumes.
There will be a volle ball game
in the gym for the Elementar)
Students '
: -Tuesday. No\. 1--. "Turn
yiou Back on Drugs" Wear your
clothes backwards this day'
*Wednesday. No\. 2 -Shade
Out Drugs" Wear your sunglasses
this day!


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Liberty Co. Sr. Citizens announces November activities


from the Liberty County Senior
Citizens Association
The Liberty County Senior
Citizens Association announces
its activities for the month of
November. They are as follows:
*Monday, Oct. 31 Hallow-
een fun, party and lunch at the
Liberty County Senior Citizens
Center at 10 a.m. The center is
located on Hwy. 12 South in
Bristol. Call Jeannette at 643-
5690, for more information.
*Thursday, Nov. 3 A shop-
ping spree at the Marianna Wal-
Mart. Call the Liberty Transit at
643-2524 no later than 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 2 to arrange
transportation.
*Friday, Nov. 4 Dining and
dancing at Callahan's Restaurant
in Blountstown. Call the Liberty
Transit at 643-2524 no later than
3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2 to
make arrangements for you to be
picked up.
*Saturday, Nov. 5 The Lib-
erty County Senior Citizens is
sponsoring the third annual Tur-
key Shoot at 10 a.m. The loca-
tion is across from Thompson's


Grocery on Hwy. 65 in Telogia.
Only 12 gauge shotguns will be
allowed for the shoot. Cost is $2
per shot. Call 643-5690 for in-'
formation.
*Thursday, Nov. 10 Shop-
ping at the Blountstown Piggly
Wiggly. Call Liberty Transit at
643-2524 no later than 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov.-9 to arrange
transportation.
*Friday, Nov. 11 The
Bristol and Hosford Senior
Citizens Center and the Liberty
County Transit will be closed for
Veterans Day.
*Tuesday, Nov. 15 There
will be a North Florida Legal,
Service Representative at the
Liberty County Senior Citizens
building at 11 a.m. Call Jean-
nette at 643-5690 if you wish to
meet with the representative.
*Tuesday, Nov. 15 The


Liberty County Senior Citizens
Advisory Council meets at the
center in Bristol at 1:30 p.m.
*Tuesday, Nov. 15 There
will be a representative at the
Hosford Senior Center from .10
a.m. until 12:30 p.m. to present
information about services pro-
vided through Liberty Senior
Citizens.
*Wednesday, Nov. 16 Cyn-
thia Seaborne will be at the Hos-
ford Senior Center at 11 a.m. to
give a presentation about colon
cancer. Call Jeannette at-643-
5690 for information. Call the
Liberty Transit at 643-2524 no
later than 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
,10 if you need transportation to
Hosford.
*Thursday, Nov. 17 Mari-
anna Wal-Mart shopping, you
can go and purchase all the
Thanksgiving delights and
have lunch with friends. Call
643-2524 no later than 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 16 to arrange
for Transit to pick you up.
*Friday, Nov. 18 A shop-
ping trip to Graceville has been
scheduled. Call Jeannette at 643-
5690 for information.
*Monday, Nov. 21 Thanks-
giving party and lunch will be-
gin at 10 a.m. Come and enjoy
some games and a Thanksgiv-
ing (yummy) meal. If you need
transportation, call Liberty Tran-
sit at 643-2524 no later than 3
p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15. Call
Jeannette at 643-5690 fgr infor-
mation.
Monday, Nov. 21- The
Liberty County Senior Citizens
Board of Directors will meet at
the Allie Ferrell Roberts Com-
munity Center in Hosford at
7:30 p.m. This meeting is open
to the public.
*Thursday, Nov. 24 and Fri-
day, Nov. 25 The Bristol and
Hosford Senior Citizens Centers
and the Liberty Transit will be
closed.
*Tuesday, Nov. 29 A repre-
sentative will be at the Maxwell
Harrell Memorial Library in
Bristol from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
to discuss services provided
through Liberty County Senior
Citizens.


from the Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Association
TRANSPORTATION
SCHEDULE The Calhoun
SCounty Transit is a public trais-
Sportation s\ .tem available to
resident. of Calhoun County
who need transportation service.
This is designed for those people
who have no other way or no ve-
hicle-of their own or are physi-
cally unable to drive. Trans-
portation may be scheduled by
calling 674-4496 at least 24
hours before scheduled appoint-
ment. Medicaid, Transportation
Disadvantaged Commission and
Children and Family Services
are some of our transportation-
sponsors.
The Calhoun County Transit
does offers ambulatory, stretcher
and wheelchair transportation.
A new schedule has been im-
plemented and multi-loading is
necessary. Please remember to
schedule your trip on the follow-
ing days:
*Monday Panama City,
Dothan
*Tuesday Tallahassee,
Marianna, Wewahitchka
*Wednesday --Panama City,
Gainesville, Lake City
*Thursday Tallahassee,
Marianna, Blountstown/Altha
shopping


*Friday Quincy, Chatta-
hoochee, Sneads
TRANSPORTATION
FARES (effective Dec. 1) -
Due to the rising cost of fuel,
Calhoun County Transit is forced
to increase non-sponsored fares.
Non-sponsored transportation is
for transportation disadvantaged
persons who because of physi-
cal or mental disability, income
status, or age are unable to trans-
port themselves or to purchase
transportation and are therefore,
dependent upon others to obtain
access to healthcare, employ-
ment, education, shopping, so-
cial activities or other life-sus-
taining activities or children who
are handicapped or high-risk or
at risk.
The new fares are as follows
(based on a one-way trip):
*Local, $2
*Bristol, $3
*Marianna, Wewa, Sneads,
Chattahoochee, $5
*Quincy, $6
*Chipley, $7
*Dothan, Tallahassee, Panama
City, $10
*Lake City, $18
*Gainesville and Pensacola,
$20
To schedule transportation,
call 674-4496 at least 24 hours
before scheduled appointment.,


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO

ADOPT ORDINANCE 05-07

Notice is given that the Board of County Commissioners
of Liberty County,'Florida, proposes to adopt the following
ordinance.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING LIBERTY COUNTY
ORDINANCE 92-05 BY INCREASING THE INI-
TIAL DEPOSIT REQUIRED. FOR WATER SER-
VICE; AMENDING ORDINANCE 98-01 REGARD-
ING PAYMENT OF FEES AND INCREASING THE
RECONNECTION FEE; AND ESTABLISHING THE
REQUIREMENTS THAT THE WATER BILL AND
THE WASTE MANAGEMENT BILL BE CONSOLI-_
DATED.

A public hearing on the ordinance will be held at 7 p.m.
ET, on Nov. 10, 2005 at the Liberty County Courthouse,
Highway 20, Bristol, FL, 32321.

All interested persons are invited to attend.. A copy of
the proposed ordinance may be reviewed at the Board
of County Commissioners Office in the Liberty County
Courthouse. If a person decides to appeal any decision by
the Board with respect to any matter considered at such
meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and he or she needs to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which appeal is to be
based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing special accommodations or an inter-
preter to participate in this proceeding should contact the
County Commissioners Office at (850) 643-5404 at least
seven days prior to the date of the hearing.

Dated this 18th day of October, 2005.

Liberty County, FL
Robert Hill Clerk to the
Board of County Commissioners


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OCTOBER 26,2005 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that B.W. Phil-
lips, the holder of the following certificate,
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate number
and year of issuance, the description of the
property and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

Certificate No.: 12

Year of Issuance: 2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY

Begin at a point on the edge of the
rights-of-way of Apalachicola Northern
Railroad said point being 1,046.4 feet
Nqrth and 1,607.03 feet East of the
Southwest Corner of the Northwest
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section
26, Township 1 South, Range 6 West;
Thence from said point run North 50
degrees 30 minutes East 1,390 feet
more or less along the edge of the
right-of-way of Apalachicola Northern
Railroad to .Telogia Creek; thence
Southeasterly along Telogia Creek to
Big Creek; thence from Big Creek run
West 601.18 feet; thence run South 54
degrees 25 minutes 24 seconds West
1,425,76 feet; thence run North 19 de-
grees 12 minutes West 70 feet; thence
run North 14 degrees 27 minutes West
300 feet; thence run North 16 degrees
27 minutes West 200 feet; thence run
North56 degrees 27 minutes West228
feet; thence run South 15 degrees 00
minutesWest31 feet; thence run North
59 degrees 00 minutes West -116 feel:
thence run North 80 degrees -15 mirn-
utes West 500 feet; thence run North
35 degrees 49 minutes West 226.17
feet; thence run North 50 degrees 30
minutes East 177.0 feet; thence run
North 19 degrees 20 minutes East
210 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Cqntaining'75.acres, more or less, and
laying and being in the North Half of
Section 26, and South Half of Section
23, Townsr,,p 1 South, Range 6 West.
SLiberty County, Florida.

LESS AND EXCEPT:

Right-oi-Wav Deeds recorded in Lib-
erty County Orflical Records Book 7,
Page 642 and Onicial Records Book -
7, Page 66.

AND LESS AND EXCEPT,

A certain parcel deeded to Robert Q.
Green and.wife, Thelma C. Green,.
recorded in Official Records Book 18
Page 273, Public Records of Liberty
County, Florida. Recorded tooCorrect:
Legal Description in Quit-Claim Deed
to Kimrberly Ann Williams White as
recorded in Official Records Book 78,
Page 443-: Public Records of Liberty
County, Florida described as follows: '
Commence at a 4" x4" concrete monu-
ment marking the Northwest-Corner of
Section 26, Township 1 South, Range 6
West, Liberty County, Florida, and run
thence North 87 degrees 09 minutes
44 seconds East 2,452.64 feet, thence
SSouth 00 degrees 09 minutes 16 sec-
onds East 637.87 feet, to a concrete
monument for the Point-of Beginning.
From said Point of Beginning,-thence
South 56 degrees 57 minutes 00 sec-
onds East 598.92 feet, to a concrete
monument; thence South 33 degrees
02 minutes 01 seconds West 355.87
feet, to a concrete monument on the
Northeasterlyright-of-wayboundaryof
County Road No. S-67-A, said point
lying on a curve concave Southwest-'
erly; thence Northwesterly along said
Northeasterly right-of-way boundary as
follows: thence along said curve with a
radius of 868.51 feet, through a central
angle of 38 degrees 07 minutes 32'
seconds for an arc distance of 577.92
"eel tne chord of said arc being North
57 degrees 12 minutes-15 seconds
West 567.32 feet) to a 5/8 inch iron rod


(LS 5024); thence North 76 degrees 16
minutes 01 seconds West 33.44 feet, to
a concrete monument; thence leaving
said Northeasterly right-of-way bound-
ary run thence North 33 degrees 01
minutes 34 seconds East 369.44 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING.

Name in which assessed Alfred 0.
Shuler.

Said property being in the County of Lib-
erty, State of,Florida.

Unless such certificate shall be redeemed
according to law the property described
in such certificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the courthouse door on
the 30th day.of November, 2005, at 11:00
A.M. E.S.T.

Dated this 20th day of October, 2005.

Robert Hill, Clerk
Kathleen E. Brown, D.C.

Clerk of Circuit Court of Liberty County,
Florida .-O.26T.1-16


INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHETWEN-
TIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA

CIVILACTION

CASE NO.: 93-691

IN RE: THE FORMER MARRIAGE OF
FIDEL ESTRADA,
Petitioner/former husband,

vs.

BETTY ANN ESTRADA,
respondent/former wife.

/

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
SUPPLEMENTAL PETITION FOR
MODIFICATION OF CUSTODY,
VISITATION AND CHILD SUPPORT

To: Betty Ann Estrada, Fountain, FL

YOU.ARE NOTIFIED that that an action
has been filed against you and that you
are requiredto serve acopy of yourwritten
defenses, if any, to:

The Brook Law Firm, P.A.
Attorney for Petitioner/Former Husband
1625 Hendry Street, Suite 101
Fort Myers, Florida 33901

On or before Nov. 23, 2005,-and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court at,
Hendry County Clerk of Court, Post Office
Box 1760, LaBelle, Florida 33975, before
service e n Peiloneror orrmmediatelvy iere -
arter. If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.

Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's Of-
fice.You may review these documents
upon request.

You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's Office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Cur-
rent Address, Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on record at the
clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure of documents
and information. Failureto comply can
result in sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.
10-5 T. 10-26-05


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS'

Older Americans Act Title Ill-E
Family Caregiver
Support Program

AreaAgency on Aging for North Florida Inc.
:announces grant opportunities forsources
interested in providing services to caregiv-
ers under the Federal Older Americans
Act Title Ili-E National Family Caregiver
Support Initiative in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Jef-
ferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison,T Taylor,
Wakulia. and/or Washington counties.
Prospective sources must be established
and have current or previous experience
in providing.services to older adults and
caregivers. If a contract is awarded'for
this effort, the Area Agency on Aging for
North Florida Inc. anticipates duration
of not more than one year with two; one
year renewal options pending continued.
funding availability. Programs must be
capable of providing new, innovative or
continuing services to caregivers meeting
the following eligibility criteria:

(1) Individuals providing informal in-
home and communitycare for a person
age 60 or older; or

(2) Grandparents or step-grandpar-
ents and relative caregivers, age 60
or older, of children not more than 18,
years of age,ror

(3) older individuals. age 60 or older.
: providing care and'support to persons
with mental retardation and related
developmental disabilities;

All services must be provided in accor-
dance with established guidelines set
forth by the State of Florida Department of
Elder Affairs-Client and Services Manual
and contracts between the.Area-Agency
onAging for North Florida Inc. and State of
Florida Department of Elder Affairs.
Interested parties may request a proposal
package by contacting Lisa Bretz, Plan-
ning Administrator; 2414 Mahan Drive,
Tallahassee, Florida, 32308, telephone
(850) 488-0055, facsimile (850) 922-2420,
or email at aaanf@elderaffairs.org.

Written proposals are due to the Area
Agency on Aging for North Florida Inc. no
laterthan 4:30 p.m. (ET) on Nov. 7, 2005.
Only written responses will be accepted.
The AreaAgency onAging for North Florida
Inc. reserves the right to reject any and all
proposals.

S NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FORTAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that William
J. Faircloth the holder of the following
Certificate has filedsaidcertificatefor a tax
deejd io be issued ihereon The certificate
number and year of issuance, the descrip-
iion I Ihe property and me names in Fni.:h
'it was assessed are as follows:'

Certificate No. 9 of 1999

SYear of Issuance: 1999

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY


Commence at the Southeast corner of
Section 19, Township 1 North, Range 7
West, Liberty County, Florida, and run
thence South 00 degree 13 minutes 50
seconds West 1320 feet; thence South
16 degrees 37 minutes 18 seconds
West 209.16 feet; thence South 23
degrees 14 minutes West649,p0 feet;
thence South 23 degrees 02 minutes
West 684.00 feet to a point on the
Northwesierly righi-of-way boundary
of State Road No. 12; thence South
37 degrees 53 minutes West along.
said right-ofrway boundary 201.10
feet; thence South 33 degrees 05
minutes West along said right-of-way
boundary 426.1) feel; Inence leaving
said right-of-way boundary run North
30 degrees 27 minutes West 975.54


feet; thence South 74 degrees 37
minutes West 416.00 feet; thence
South 76 degrees 31 minutes West
440.00 feet; thence South 75 degrees
23 minutes West 228.59 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING. From said.
Point of Beginning continue South 75
degrees 23 minutes West 185.00 feet;.
thence North 21 degrees .19 minutes
41 seconds West 825.41 feet; thence
North 75 degrees 37 minutes 03 sec-
onds East 166 30ieer Inence Soulh 22
Degrees 37 minutes 14 seconds East
827.13 leel. 10 Ine Point of Beginning.
Containing 3.0 acres, more or less.
The Southerly32.00 feet of the above
described track being subiec lo a road
way easement.

Name in which assessed MichaelA. John-
son and Sandra Johnson, his wife.

Said property being in the County of Lib-
erty, State of Florida.

Unless such certificate shall be redeemed
according to law the property described
in such certificate shall be sold to the
highestbidder at'the courthouse door on
the 16th day of November, 2005, at 11:00
A.M. E.S.T.

Dated this 3rd date of October, 2005.

Robert Hill, Clerk
Kathleen E. Brown, D.C.

Clerk of Circuit Court of Liberty-County,
Florida r 1-1 11-2


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOR LIBERTY
COUNTY, FLORIDA

FILE NO. 05-26-CP
PROBATE DIVISION

IN RE: ESTATE OF

JOHN H. CARTE,

Deceased.



ANCILLARY NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION AND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTEDIN THE ESTATE:

YOU ARE NOTIFIED thatfthe adminristra-
tion of the estate .of JOHN H. CARTE,
deceased, File Number05-26-CP, is pend-
ing in the Circuit.Court for Liberty County,
Florida, Probate Division, Post Office Box
399, Bristol, FL 32321 the address of
which is ihe Liberi,; Couniy Courthouse.
The Personal Represenlahlveol Ire Esalete
is MARY ELIZABETH SMITH, whose ad-
dress is 115 Big Ford Rd., Elkview, West
Virginia, 27071. The name and.address
of the personal represenlaliive's attorney
are set Ionrh below

All persons having'claims or demands
against the Estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the Clerkof the above
Court a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim must
be in writing and must indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or attorney and
the. amount the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncertainty
shall be state. If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described. The claimant.
shall deliver sufficient copies of the claim
to the Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail one
copy to the Personal Representative. All
persons interested in the Estate to whom
a copy of this Notice of Administration has
Been mailed arerequired, WITHINTHREE
MONTHS-FROM THE DATE OF THE
SIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file -any objection hey may have that


challenges the validity ofthe, qualifications
of the Personal Representative, or the
venue or jurisdiction of the Court.

DATED THIS 23RD DAY OF SEPT.
2005.

Attorney for Personal .Representative:
J. DAVID HOUSE, P.A.
Florida Bar No.: 282359
16865 SE River Street
-Blountstown, FL32424'
Telephone: 18501 674-5481

Personal Representative:
MARY ELIZABETH.SMITH
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN H. CARTE
10-26,11-2



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOR LIBERTY
COUNTY, FLORIDA

FILE NO. 05-27-CP
PROBATE DIVISION

IN RE: ESTATE OF

ELEANOR M. REEVES,

Deceased..



NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION AND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

TO .ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN-THE ESTATE:

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that.the admin-
istration of the Estate of ELEANOR M.
REEVES, deceased, File Number 05-
27-CP, is pending in the Circul.u Court or
Liberty County, Florida, Probate Division,
Post Office Box 399; Bristol, FL 32321 the
address of which is the Liberty County
Counrouse Tr,e Personal Represernl ai. e
of the Eslaie is THERESA M KIN.CAID,
wnose address 13521 W While Spr,n-g.
Rd. Bristol Flonrda.32321 Tnenamear-n
address of the personal representative's
attorney are set I,:nh below

All persons having claims or demands
against the Estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE. ,u lile wiir, Ihe Clerk of Ihe abo. -
Court a *rilen siaiemeni ol 0an c1larm ,.
demand ihney ay have. Each 'liaim rrmu:E:
be in Wrilling ana must indicate Ihe Dai:.
for the claim, tre name anid addJreis of
ihe creditor r o ,'ss .geni or anorne/ ar,,
Ire amornl the' claim is contingent or-
unliquidated, ihe nature 'i Ire uncernair,r
shall be slate. If the claim is secured ri e
security shall e de.srined. Trie .c-.aimarin
shalideliver sufficient copies of ihe clai;n
to the Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail
one copy to the Personal Representa-
tive. All persons interested in the Estate.
to whom a.copy of this Notice of Admin-
istration has been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any objection they
may have that challenges the validity of
the decedent's will, qualifications of the
Personal Represehtative, or the venue
or jurisdiction, of the Court.

DATED THIS 24TH DAY OF OCTOBER.
2005.

Attorney for Personal Representative:
J. DAVID HOUSE, P.A.
Florida Bar No.: 282359
16865 SE River Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
Telephone: (850) 674-5481

Personal Representative:
THERESA M. KINCAID
PERSON'ALREPRESENTATIVE OF THE
ESTATE OF ELEANOR M. REEVES-
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BONNIE STOKES
GULFPORT, MS Bonnie Stokes, 77, passed
away Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005 in Birmingham, AL.
She was born Feb. 12, 1928 in Elton, LA. A former
resident of Blountstown, she was a nurse and x-ray
technician there for several years. She was a mem-
ber of Belair Baptist Church in Gulfport.
She was preceded in death by her parents,
Claudius.and Dollie Quirk; four sisters, Dollie
Belle Fontenot, Mary Lou Stout, Joy Johnson, Doris
Wayne Vidrine; three brothers, Vi\ ian Quirk, Elma
Quirk, and C. D. Quirk.
Survivors include her husband, Charlie NI.
"Buzz" Stokes, Jr. of Gulfport; two sons, John
Stokes and Kevin Stokes, and his \- ife Katrina of
Gulfport; two daughters. Sandra McNe%%. and her
husband George of Gulfport, Jennifer Hill and her
husband Jimmy ofAltha; one brother Roland Quirk
of LA; two sisters. Mable Fusslier of Eunice. LA.
and LenaRae Whittington of Oakdale, LA: r o step-
Ssisters, Jessie Fontenot and her husband Douglas.
and Je\well Milligan all of Oakdale: se\ en grandchil-
dren, seven great-grandchildren and several nieces
and nephews.
Services were held Friday. Oct. 21, 2005 at Pea\v
Funeral Home Chapel \\ith Re\. Mickey Johnson
officiating. Interment followed in CN press Creek
SBaptist Cemetery in Kinard.
Memorial contributions may be made to the
Baptist Children's Home or to the Gideon's Bible
Society.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.


JAMES COOLIDGE BARTON
ALTHA James Coolidge Barton, 82, passed
aw a\ Sunday. Oct. 23, 2005 at his home. He -\as
born on,Aug. 29. 1923 in Wesi\ lle. and had lived
in Cailhoun Count\ all of hus life. Coolidge retired
from the Florida State Road Department with over
4' 25 years of service. He was a member of the Holi-
ness faith.
He was-preceded in death by his son. James
SEdward Barton.
Sur' ivors include his loving wife. Lotie Mae
Barton of Altha; two sons, Huston Barton and


That amne fire flared up again
earlv Tuesday morning and fire-
fighters- responded to the 3 a.m.
call. The fire tasquicklN brought
under control after the site was
hosed down.
CALHOUN CO. BLAZE
Monday 's big blazeinCalhoun
County which left huge black
clouds in the sky originated Sat-
urday when a pri ate landow nei
did a controlled bur on a 150-
acre site that had been clear cut
and left \ ith four piles of logging
debris, according to Florida Divi-
sion of Forestry; Forest Area Su-
pervisor Aaron Kincaid. "Mon-
day, it rekindled due to the low
humidity and wind," he said.
The blaze originated south of
the old county dump off Silas,
Green Road, about five miles past
the Blountstown city limits. It
spread and jumped several roads
before engulfing approximately.
350 acres, according to Kincaid.
The fire reached heights of 25 to
30 feet and \went through about
200 acres of 15-to-20-year-old
planted pines, he said.
"We've got the fire contained,
,"-L ': Vht. we &SJt,' ntt. h~eb/e'lal'it.


his wife, Lynn of Altha and Mike Barton and
his wife, Janet of Scotts Ferry; three daughters,
Hilda Willis and her husband, James of Marianna,
Carol O'Bryan and her husband, Johnny of Altha,
and Marilyn Russell and her husband, John of
Blountstown; one brother, Leon Barton of Colum-
bus, GA; two daughters-in-law, Gloria Pitcher and
Betty Hunt, both ofAltha; 19 grandchildren and 16
great-grandchildren.
A special thanks to Covenant Hospice and the.
Calhoun County Senior Citizens for all your care
and support oer the years.
Services are scheduled for Wednesda, Oct. 26.
2005 at3 p.m. (CT) at Peav. Funeral Home-hapel
with Rev. Edgar Fuqua and Rev. Dewayne Tolbert
officiating. interment will follow in the Mt. Oli\e
Cemetery in Altha.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown is in charge
of the arrangements.

WILLIAM ALBERT (BILL) BRANTLEY
ALTHA William Albert iBilli Brantley. 72.
passed away Sunda\. Oct. 23, 2005 at Bay MNedi-
cal Center in Panama City. He was born on Nov. 4,
1932 in Madison. and had lived in Calhoun County
since 1964. He \ as a retired veteran:of the Korean
and Viemam Conflicts serving in the United States
Army with over 20 years of service.
Survivors include his wife, MerlineBrantle\ of
Altha; four daughters, Karen Southwell of Marian-
na, Jackie Southwell of Milton, Teresa Curl and her
husband, Robert of Altha, and Tracey Adcock and
her husband, Albert of Lynn Haven; one brother,
Roy C. Brantley and his wife, Almeta.of Lexington,
NC; five sisters, Dot Carter of Bradenton, Flarrie
Richardson of Lee, Floree Williams and her.hus-
band, Otis of Madison, Mary Bell of Madison, and
Gracie Linton and her husband, Jimmy of Tallahas-
see: fi\e grandchildren; Ta\ lor and Chase Brantley-
Curl. Sidney. Noah and Alec Adcock.
Services are scheduled for Wednesday, Oct.
26, 2005 at 11 a.m. (CT) at Peavy Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. John Kusnierz officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the.Magnolia Cemetery near
Blountstown.;
Pea\y Funeral Home in Blountsto\" n is in charge
of the arrangements.


controlled until w\e get rain or
something changes." he said.
"It'll just sit here and smoke.
We'll sit here and watch it and
monitor it from the air twice a
day and on the ground."' Monda,.
crews used eight reactor plow
units to try to stop the spreading
fire. By Tuesday, they were work-
ing with four.
Local firefighters assisted
foresir\ crews .v ith 'olunteers
from Westside, Carr-Clarksville
and the Cit\ of Blouintsto\ n


standing b\ to keep \\wtch o\er
several structures during the fast-
mot ing tire.
ALTHA FIRE
While firefighters \ere busy
at that scene, a crew was called
away to Altha around midnight
Monday when some pine trees
next .to a residence began burn-
ing. ForestRanger Jamie Shuler
said the blaze was off Bodiford
Road and burned about a half
acre He said the cause of the fire:
\\as under investigation.


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Liberty County School Board
is proposing changes to the following policy:

6.145 Substitute Teachers

A public hearing on these policies will be held
on November 8, 2005 at the Liberty County
Administrative Offices, Hwy. 12 South, Bristol,
FL 32321 at 7:30 p.m.

A copy of the policy is available at the Super-
intendent's Office.


WILLIAM CHARLES MASTON, JR.
SALTHA William Charles Maston, Jr:, 79, passed away Oct.
19, 2005 in Marianna. He was born in Norfolk, VA and had lived in
Calhoun County since 1989. He was a member of the Abe Springs
Baptist Church, the American Legion, and the Sheriff's Association.
He was a veteran of the Korean Conflict \ ith service in the U. S.
Army. He was also a retired Deputy Sheriff for the Commonwealth
of Virginia. -_
Survivors include one stepson, Locally owned by
Michael Leftwich of Altha: and -
MariOn & Debbie Pe
two sisters, Jean Williamson of
Cr stal City.MO and Dorothy FINEST DESIGNERS
Maston of Pinellas Park. ANYWHERE
Se r% ices were held Oct. 23, Debbie Peavy :
2005 from the graveside, at Abe and Dianna Tissue
Springs cenmeery in Blountsto\ n I
S\\ith Re\. Allen Pitts officiat- H IVE
ing. Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown was in charge of the
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SGolden Fall is the best time to plant trees and shrubs
Fall is finally here. The weath- by Theresa Friday, been planted correctly. Even
Pharm acy er is becoming slightly cooler, Extension Horticultural Agent, SantaRosa County with container plants,gently
and gardeners are slowly migrat- scrape away the soil until you
Phone 674-4557 ing back outdoors after a long, advantage of the full surge of mistakes made in landscape in- can clearly identify the top-most
hot summer. Now is a perfect spring growth, stallation is not considering the root.
time to add new trees or shrubs 'Plan before you plant' is mature size of the plant. When Step four is to place the plant
to your landscape or transplant- always a good rule of thumb. planting trees be sure to look up! gently into its new home. Handle
existing plants. The fall may be Whether you are planting a sin- Avoid planting under electrical plants by their root ball, not their
the best season to plant, surpass- gle plant or an entire landscape, -lines or house eaves that will trunk or stem. Recent studies
ing even the spring, plan first, then plant. Good plan- cause problems later on. have shown that slicing the root
SMany people prefer planting ning is a worthwhile investment Step two is to dig a shallow ball from top to bottom can be
/ in January through March, but of time that will pay off in great- hole as wide as possible. A hole advantageous. While it doesn't
the fall months of September er enjoyment of attractive and one-and-one-half to three times increase root growth after plant-
through December have dis- useful home gardens, and in in- the width of the root ball is rec- ing, it does enhance the distribu-
tinct advantages. Root growth creasing the value ofyour home. ommended. The depth of the tion of regenerated roots.
Sis the major reason that plant- It's much easier to move plants hole should actually be less than Step tfi\e is to position the
ing in the fall months is highly on paperthen to dig them after the height of the root ball. If you plant so that the top-most root
recommended. Plant roots grow planting in the wrong place. A happen to dig the hole too deep. emnerginc from the trunk is
Your Valu-Rite store with anytime the soil temperature plan saves many planting' mis- be sure to fill the hole to the slightly above ground level. It is
a full selection of drugs, is 40 degrees or higher, which takes. proper level and compact it with better to plant a tree or shrub a
greeting cards, film, health may occur all winter in North- Properly planting your trees your foot. Planting too deep is a little higher than too deep.
west Florida. During the winter and shrubs will provide them leading cause ofdeath in newly Step six is to straighten the
and beauty aid supplies months, the root systems of the the best opportunity for success. planted trees and shrubs. plant. Before backfilling, take
17324 Main Street North, fall-planted specimens develop Proper planting is a ten-step pro- Step three is to find the point the time to. view your new plant
Blountstown and become established. When cedure. where the top-most root emerges from several different perspec-
LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED spring arrives, this expanded Step one is to pick the right from the trunk. Don't assume tives and ensure that it looks
root system can support and take site. One of the most frequent that plants you purchased have straight to you.
Step seven is to remove all
synthetic materials. String, rope,
SIsynthetic burlap, strapping, plas-
_a tic, and other materials that will
not decompose in the soil must
be removed at planting.

JU 1- I U -3 unless planting your-trees and
I shrubs in a landscape bed, do
not amend the soil. Extensive
research on trees clearly shows
that there is no need to incorpo-
S-rate any amendments, fertiliz-
S....= I ers, gels, powders, etc. into the
planting hole. When the hole has
been filled, and the root ball is
IIII P~ slightly above the soil surface,
Suse a shovel and make 20 to 30
slices to settle the soil. Do not
pack. the soil down with your
feet in an -attempt to eliminate
air pockets because this could
cause too much soil compaction.
Water thoroughly and add more
soil if needed.
Step nine is applying mulch
around the newly planted plant.
For trees, apply mulch to at least
an eight foot diameter circle.
Be careful, however, not to put
mulch on top of the root ball. Be
sure to water well after applying
the mulch.
And the last step is to stake
the plant, but only if necessary.
The purpose of staking is to keep
the root ball from moving while
Mike (Hot Deall Whitfield David Petty
the tender roots are growing.
Trees establish more quickly and
develop a slightly stronger trunk
and root system if they are not
staked at the time of planting.
Trees with trunk diameters of
1.5 inches and greater usually do
not need staking. If large trees
require staking to prevent the
trunk from bending, it probably
indicates a lesser quality tree.
Fall is for planting. Visit your
nursery today, and beautify and
add value to your home.
Theresa Friday is the Residen-
tial Horticulture Extension Agentfor
O .BIONIL- R Cs ORF RSanta Rosa County. The use of trade
names in this article is solely for the
850674 3307* (800) 4191801 purpose ofproviding specific informa-
tion. It is not a guarantee, warranty,
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B inch in length with 40 Ib. pail,
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ng mower, 12 hp Briggs &
ton engine, 38 inch cut; stock
er, needs minor repair. Call526-
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fashioned gas stove with two
is, $400; brass handles, $1
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en size bed, includes, head
d, mattress and box spring,
love seat and chair, $30;
I's recliner, $15; child's rocker,
small toaster oven, $15;
Jmill, $25; six-foot Christmas
with tree bag and decorations,
two large artificial plants, $10;
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end tables with drawer
899-2945 between


ers, $15.
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oven, 30" x 131/2", has White Prizm IV metal detector,
probe, $85. Call 379- like.new, about six months old.
it ?.-.', o -. i-: *,:, '.! ..Tells what is below and how deep
before you dig. All manuals and
gan, 1997 Jubilee model, books, head phones, etc. cost over
irds and options too nu- $550 new, need a reasonable offer;
list, excellent condition. Olympus Camedia Digital Camera4
$15,000, asking $7,500 MP, Model D-545 Zoom. 3X optical
fer. Call 674-8385 for zoom, 4X digital, total 12X-seam-
10-26,11-2 less zoom, CD rom, manuals and
e all cords to hook to computer and
SFuheadboard, $500; one TV, also has 128 MB optional XD-
d headboard, $500; one
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t on chest, seven draw- $160; enclosed 6 x 8 homemade
rass pulls, $900; triple utility trailer in very good condition,
th large mirror, $1,400. $695 or bestI offer. Call 508-7084 in
on! Call 447-1533, leave Bristol. 10-19,10-26
10-26,11-2
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ectric dryer, $75; Whirl- good condition lires Call 643-3629
ing machine, $85. Call or 284-8097. 10-19,10-26
10-26,11-2 Computer, works well, $50; large
k, fm 24 f.gas grjlr, $25; couch, good condi-
k, from. 24 ft a50ove tion, $50; coffee table, glass, very
rimming pool, $150 or "
SJohn Deere battery heavy, $25; two column speakers,
reactor with pull behind type that hooks into-a system from
s than a year old, $125; church, $40; loveseat, $20. Call
vidson battery operated 674-8437. 10-19,10-26
three months old, $125. Gas stove, 30 inch, works, $50 or
516, leave message. best offer. Call 643-4093.
10-26, 11-2
10-19010-26
ir, like new,$250 or best Heavy-duty trailer with stabilizing
350-0585 or 670-1688;
350-0585 or 670-1688 ramps, 16 x 7, will hold backhoe
3age. 10-26,11-2 with front loader on it, $1500. Call

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nd three inline sections, 22 automatic rifle, $90..Call 762-
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3sories, $350. Call 643-


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and spoiler, one owner, 90K miles,
$7,000. Call 674-8888 after 6
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1019,10-26 1993 Dodge Dakota, extended cab
truck, one owner, new paint, alloy
Tires and rims, set of 4, fits GMC, wheels, good condition, 100K miles,
16 inch. $300; mud tires, set of. 4, .2700 or best offer. Call 894 6973,
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1993 Mercury Grand Marquis,
power windows, power seats, cas-
sette deck, four wheel disc brakes,
remote operated driveshaft discon-
nect fortowing behind motor home,
118,000 miles, 23-24 mpg, oil just
changed, rides very good, $2850
or best offer. Call 762-8406. All
proceeds will go to missions.
10-19, 10-26
1986 Ford Bronco II, four-wheel
drive, runs well, new tires, two-year
old transmission. Asking $2200 or
best offer. Call 379-3046.
10-19, 10-26
1982 GMC Sierra, new Good-
.wrench 350, body in good shape,
50 miles on motor, 20 inch rims and
new tires, $3000. Call 379-3859.
10-19,10-26
1985 Ford, stationwagon, six
cylinder, automatic, $600. Call 762-
8586. 10-19, 10-26
1999 Ford Ranger, long-wheel
base, tool box, power steering,
power brakes, cold A/C, cruise
control,.new tires, excellent condi-
tion, $5,500. Call 674-7138 or 899-
0269. 10-19,10-26

1977 Ford F150, long wheel base,
automatic, V8, $4500. Call 643-
8210 or 674-5669. 10-5 T. 10-19


2000S-1 OTruck, Bounder Extreme,
four cylinder, less than 57,000
miles, runs great, $7,500. Call 674-
9530. 10-26,11-2
1998 Jeep Cherokee Sport, five
speed, towing package, roof rack,
good condition, $2,300 or best offer.
Call 592-2501. 10-26,11-2
1985 Chevy truck, long wheel
base, 350 V8 automatic motor, new
dual exhaust system, new gas tank,
chrome headers, and a Harley four
barrel carburetor, $2,000. Call 643-
4329, leave message.
10-26, 11-2
1984 Chevrolet 4 x 4, short wheel
base, no motor, great parts truck,
,$800 or best offer. Call 643-5516,
leave message. 10-26, 11-2.

1993 Ford F-350 dually, extended
cab, runs and looks great, $6500;
1992 Ford Ranger, 4 cylinder, runs,
for parts, $175; 1971 Ford F-350
truck, 302 automatic, $1000 or
trade; International,300 utility trac-
tor, hydraulics work, runs, $1500.
Call 674-4753. 10-19,10-26

1995 Ford F-150, four-wheel drive,
extended cab, high mileage, good
running condition, $3500. Call 643-
2851. 10-19, 10-26
Engines, 2.8 liter for $300 and 3.8
liter for $200. Call 762-9709.
10-19, 10-26
1970 Maverick, good condition,
needs timing, $1000. Call 643-
1038. 10-19,10-26
2003 Ford F-250crewcab, loaded,
leather, four-wheel drive, nerf bars,
brushguard and foglights. 33,000
Smiles, still under warranty, $26,000.
Call 643-6589. .. ,
1995 Buick Regal, 112K miles, 4
door, V6 engine, 27 mpg hwy, 22
mpg town, AC, AT, PS, cassette
player, gray interior, white exterior,
all inlpretty good condition, $2900
or best offer. Need to sell, too many
autos. Call 508-7084 in Bristol.
10-19,10-26

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engine needs work, looks good,
$800 or best offer. Call 379-8561
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office spaces, four restrooms,
lobby, conference room, 41
parking spaces, phone jack
and computer hook ups,
network capabilities. Located
19452 Hwy 20, Blountstown,
FL. Call 573-6198, 573-7079
or 592-2156
10-19.10-26


Rodney Miller's
Lawn Service


Reasonable rates!
Bonded & Insured
*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. fulllqueen 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,
'sel $1650. 850-545-7112
1 E-..-a"d Name King'
Mattress Set, S250, in factory
p.astic. warranty. 850-425-'
18374
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 '.varraniv, $99,
call 850-222-7783


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


1997 Kawasaki Vulcan
jetted carburetor, chromed
loud pipes; very nice and wi
paint off a new Yamaha 11
firm. Call 272-6168 or 7E


mA~


, 800cc,
out, with
II peel the
)0,$3000
62-8234.
10-19, 10-26


Farm tractor, International 504
diesel farm tractor, 46 hp, good
condition, $3,500. Call 674-8824.
10-26, 11-2
Two dryer wagons, three gravity
wagons, two Gehl 100 feed mills.
Call 594-5200. 10-26,11-2
IMT 539 farm tractor, 39 hp in
good condition. Call 643-4214 after
7 p.m. 10-26,11-2
Buy, sell, trade with an ad in the
classified. For more information
call 643-3333 or fax to 643-3334.




'WANTED..

to buy Real

Estate

10 to 1,000

acres, reasonably

priced. Immediate




Call


850-544-5441 or

850-899-7700
dO__ng,


1989 boat, 20 ft. Hydrostream
Vegas XT, excellent condition, 1992
200 hp Mercury, $7,000 or best offer.
Call 643-5516, leave message.
10-26, 11-2

1998 Starcraft, small popup
camper, used less than a dozen
times, $2500 or best offer. Call 379-
8323. 10-19, 10-26
Sunbird boat, 20 ft cubby cabin,
115 MOC outboard motor with
tandem axle trailer, $3500. Call
379-3232. 10-19, 10-26


Chocolate lab, six-month-old
puppy, AKC registered, $100. Call
643-4096. 10-26,11-2
Yellow lab, extremely sweet, lov-
able, beautiful female dog about six
months old, free to good home. Call
643-3361. 10-26,11-2

Applehead chihuahuas, eight
weeks old, four males and one
female, registered, $200 each. Call
643-2019 anytime. 10-26,11-2

Paint pony, large and beautiful,
needs experienced rider. Will sell
onlyto good home, $1000. Call 762-
3580. 10-19, 10-26
Puppies, bulldog mix, five weeks
old. Call 643-2003. 10-19,1'0-26
Free puppies, small breed mix.
Only two left to choose from and will
be available Oct. 27. Call 643-8538
leave message. 10-19,10-26

AUCTION
First Saturday
of every month
The auction will be held
Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. Free
setup for yardsale every
Saturday.
Public is invited.
Col. James W. Copeland
18098 NW County Rd. 12
Phone: 643-7740
AB1226 AU0001722


Small dogs, four of unknown breed
were dropped off on road. Need
good homes. Call 674-5312.10-19,10-26
Female cockatiel, cage and food
included, $35; parakeet also with
cage and food $15. Call 899-2945
betweenr5 and 9 p.m. 10-19, 10-26
AKC Pomeranian puppies,
"Cuties", three males, one female.
Parents are from AKC bloodline.
These pups are from my own per-
sonal family pet; no cages here.
Eight weeks old on Oct. 29. Have
worm treatments, first shots, and
State Health Certificate from vet.
$400. Tell me you read it in the
Calhoun-Liberty Journal and I will
give you a $25 discount! Call soon!
Call 762-8849. 10-19,10-26
Red nose pit bull puppies, four
males will be readu Nov. 1. Both
parents have papers. Call 379-
3046. 10-19, 10-26
Donkey, a jack, $100. Call 643-
5355. 10-19, 10-26
Free kittens to good home, one
orange and white male and one
gray and blackfemale, very playful,
litter boxtrained, flea'd and wormed.
Call 762-9245, leave message.
10-19, 10-26

Rabbits, 12 males and females,
breedable age with pens, all for
$150. Call 762-8975. 10-19, 10-26
-


Wanted: Would like to track
cabinets for livestock, goats
and geese; several old reco
ers will trade for anything
same value. 19677 S. W.
Road in Blountstown. C,
6142 after 11 a.m.


Wanted: Motorfor 1994 Fi
Call 674-6142.

Wanted: To locate How
mechanic, formerly of Blour
Please contact Delores
6142.


Lost: Tri-colored bassett hound lost
behind Parramores Restaurant in
Blountstown. Has black collar with
silver and answers to "Flash". Be-
longs to small child, dearly missed.
Call 674-5946. 10-19,10-26

Lost: Two black male kittens from
Hudson Strickland's house on Main
Street in Bristol. Reward offered for
safe return, granddaughter's heart
is broken. CallSandra Willis at 643-
7149. 10-19, 10-26



1996 Liberty mobile home, excep-
tionally clean 28 x 62, two bedroom,
two bath with sun room, screened
porch, skylights, intercom, central
heat and air. Complete furnish-
ings include new refrigerator, new
washer/dryer, furniture, linens,
and all kitchen supplies PLUS 4K
generator, riding mower, more.
Must be moved to your location.
By owner, $36,000. Call 674-8385
for details. 10-26, 11-2

Log house with five acres and one
fish pond; 60 acres with timber and
fish ponds. Call 643-4214 after 7
p.m. 10-26, 11-2

Brick home, 3 bedroom, 1 bath,
central heat and air in the city limits
of Altha. Asking 110,000. Call 674-
5811, 899-3511 or 674-4118.
10-26,11-2


le 4 x 4 1999 Buccaneer mobile home,
s, ducks four bedroom, 2 bath, large living
rd play- room with fireplace, dining room,
I of the large kitchen with lots of cabinet
Barfield space, laundry room, large master
all 674- bath with garden tub and double
sinks, three bedrooms have walk
10-26,11-2 in closets; all electric with central
heat and air. Stove, refrigerator
ordvan, anddishwasher included. Needs
10-26, 11-2
new carpet in living room and dining
ard the area. Skirting included. Refinance,
itstown. take over payments with $4000 eq-
at 674- uity (negotiable). Must be moved.
10-26,11-2 .Call 674-5312. 10-19,10-26


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Wanted: Log splitter in good condi-
tion. Call 674-8385 10-26,11-2

Wanted: Children's clothing, need
boys sizes 5/6 and 7 and girls sizes
7/8 and 9, both winter and summer
at garage sale prices. Call 643-
1428. 10-19, 10-26

Wanted: Clean rolls of peanut hay
wrapped and delived to Clarksville.
Need approximately 80 rolls. Call
674-4301. 10-19, 10-26

Wanted: Junk cars and trucks, any
condition, no charge for removal.
Call 762-8459. 10-5 T. 12-7

Wanted: Guns, paying cash, old or
modern rifles, shotguns, pistols, one
gun or collection, military guns, old
double barrels. Call 674-4860.
9-28 T. 12-14



Found: Storage container found
west of Clarksville. Call and identify
container and items inside and it's.
yours. Call 447-0165.
10-26, 11-2

Lost: Bluetick dog with blue collar,
lost in Cannon Branch Road area of
,..Telogia,. answersto."Gypsy'.:Gall:.
0" 379-8580. L, AAoi8,;o,-gp,:


Home for sale in Hosford, three
bedroom, two bath mobile home
with four acres, mostly wooded
property, deep well with city water
access, large two-car carport, front
and rear porches, small workshop,
large living room with gas log fire-
place, separate dining room, large
eat-in kitchen, private road, good
schools and great neighbors, Call
379-8323 or 643-1851 for appoint-
ment between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
10-19, 10-26

Mobile home, three bedroom, two
bath additional mobil home with vi-
nyl siding, screened in back porch,
in-ground swimming pool, one shop
and one shed, asphalt drive on one
acre of land, Hwy 12 past Lake
Mystic, $75,000. Call 643-1496.
10-19,10-26

Home in Blountstown, very nice,
3BR/2BA on 3 lots, 1,760 sq. ft.
Asking $129,900. Call 482-5391.
10-5 T, 11-9


CASSFE
contnue


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Page 22 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 26,2005


Florida Bar to hold public hearing

October 28 on Paralegal Regulation


TALLAHASSEE The
Florida Bar Special Committee
to Study Paralegal Regulation is
holding a public hearing on Fri-
day, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. 4
p.m., in the Hillsborough Room-
of the Tampa Airport Marriott
Hotel.
This special committee is
charged with the study of the sta-
tus of paralegals working under
the direction and supervision of
a member of The Florida Bar as'
a result of 2005 proposed legis-
lation which sought recognition
and/or regulation of the parale-
gal profession.
Current Bar rules define a
paralegal as a person qualified
by education, training, or work
experience, who works under
the supervision of a member of
The Florida Bar and who per-
forms specifically delegated
substantive legal work for which
a member ofThe Florida Bar is
responsible. The work of this
committee does not relate to the
unlicensed practice of law and
testimony regarding the unli-
censed practice of law will not
be taken at the hearing.

Fire danger high
from the National Forests in Florida
Hurricane debris + drought
= "Increased Wildfire Fuels" in
our local forests and woodland-
communities...
According to National For-:
ests in Florida officials, ex-
treme wildlife conditions
exist. -The KBDI (Keectch-
Byram Drought Index) for the
Apalachicola National Forest is
676, with anything above 500
indicating extreme conditions.
These conditions are mainly
due to lack of rain. Extreme
conditions' mean- fires start
..quicki\. spread furiously, and
burn inmensely. \While all fires
are potentials serious; de-
\elopment into high intensity
burning occurs more rapidly
under current conditions. Even
the smallest fire can become a
danger when the KBDI rises to
such a high level.
Adding to the threat, are the
impending high winds brought
about by .the severe weather
conditions expected to reach the
area this weekend. During high
w inds, it is especially important
to diligent regarding fire safety
and appropriate fire behavior.
High winds will worsen the al-
ready dry environment and fan
the flames of any fire that may
allowing even minor fires to be-
come a big problem in a short
amount of time.
Please remember, wild-
fires can be devastating under
any circumstances. However,
downed trees, dry leaves, and
debris left behind from. hur-
ricanes increase the potential
for w ildfires in our forests and
.woodland communities.


The hearing will focus on the
following issues:
*Public policy: including
whether it is in the public inter-
est to establish educational and
ethical standards for persons us-
ing the title paralegal and wheth-
er standards would be voluntary
or mandatory.
*Definitional: identification of
problems that would be resolved
if there is paralegal regulation
and whether the current Florida
Bar definition is sufficient and
accurate.
*Design: if standards are es-
tablished, who should determine
that the paralegal has met the
standards the supervising attor-
ney or another body such as The
Florida Bar? Should a grievance
system be established? Should a
distinction be made between the


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Blounlslown Phone (850) 674-5088
The following positions are avail-
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driver's license.

Please call
(850) -722-6117.


terms "paralegal" and "legal as-
sistant?" Should there be multi-
ple status levels for paralegals?
*Implementation: responsi-
bility for costs and composition
of the regulatory body (i.e., all
paralegals, all lawyers, nonlaw-
yers who are not paralegals, or a
combination?).
*Ancillary issues: should
there be regulation regard-
ing what paralegal fees may be
charged and recovered as part
of attorney's fees? Should there
be more standardization in the
educational institutions offering
paralegal studies? Should the
requirements for paralegals to
be an affiliate member in certain
Bar sections be standardized?
For more information on the
hearing, visit www.FloridaBar.
org.


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Call (850) 627-7263
A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE




Service Tech

for a busy rental store.
Duties include pres-
sure washing, servicing
equipment and
various other duties.

SLolley's
Rentals
in Quincy.

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Yard sale, Saturday, Oct. 29 at 8
a.m. "Home of the 25 cent trailer."
We needed to clean out the house
again, so we have lots of stuff. Lo-
cated at 20157 SW Dogwood Ave.
(behind Burger King off of Cypress
St.). Phone 674-6520. 10-26

Multi-family yard sale, Saturday,
Oct. 29, 8.a.m. 12 p.m. (ET) on
Hwy. 20 acrossfrom DollarGeneral
in Bristol. Men's, women's, and chil-
dren's clothing, household items,
baby bed, lamp with oak magazine
rack, bicycles, battery powered
John Deere tractor and Harley
Davidson motorcycle, Little Tykes
desk, child tool work bench, lots of
toys and much more. Canceled if
rain. Phone 643-5516. 10-26


S10-19, 10-26

Fax your JOB MARKET
advertisements to us at
643-3334, or email to:
thejournal@gtcom.net


Dental Hygienist
I, Part-time /<
Send resume to
P.O. Box 10,
Bristol, FL 32321
or call
(850) 643-5417

FLORIDA LICENSE
REQUIRED


Help Wanted
Retail Sales
Monday thru Friday
10 a.m. 4 p.m.
Occasional Saturdays
Apply in person at
Strickland's
Hardware
Located on Hwy. 20 in Bristol


Yard sale, Oct. 20-22 and Oct. 27-
29 located on the corner of Hwy.
274 and Hwy. 73. Lots of clothing,
dishes and knick knacks. Phone
762-2526. 10-19, 10-26

The Journal is glad to run your non-
business classified ads free of chargefor
two weeks. If you wouldliketo advertise
the same item after that time, there is
a charge of $2 per week, payable in
advance.
Please remember that our.free
classified are for NQN-BUSINESS
related items only. Display ads (ads
with borders) are also available in the
classified section, starting at a cost of
$10 per week for a 2-inch-high, one-
column ad.
Ifyou'd like something biggerwith art
or a special border, we have a chart of
sizes and prices you can look over at our
office. For more information;,give us a
call at 643-3333 or 1-800-717-3333.


Looking for good
people who want
to make a career
change. Applicants
will be.cross
trained in:
*Equipment Operation
and Maintenance
*General Labor
and Metal Sorting

Apply in person at:
1351 Aenon Church Rd.
off Hwy.20, Tallahassee
Drug-Free Workplace
EOE 10-26T.11


RN/CASE MANAGER

Excellent opportunity with Tallahassee Memorial's Home
Health Care providing., case .management to patients in
your own local area. A full time position with generous
benefit package. Mileage is reimbursed at .485 cents
per mile. Our home care staff is fully supported with clini-
cal supervision and education. Ideal candidate will.have
a minimum of one year clinical nursing experience.

Apply online at www.tmh.org
800-347-0579
850-431-5783.
Drug Free Workplace/EOE/M/F/V/D
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Sunday calls
also welcome
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Chipola Workforce Development

Board awarded $136,500 grant


The Chipola Workforce De-
velopment Board, in partner-
ship vWith Opportunity Florida,
has been awarded a grant from
Workforce Florida Inc. in the
amount $136,500.00.
The purpose of the grant is to
conduct a feasibility study for
providing high-speed (broad-
band) Internet capacity for ALL
of Opportunity Florida's eight-
counties. The member coun-
ties include Calhoun, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jack-
- son, Liberty and Washington.
The study will be broken
down into two areas: technical
and community benefit. These
funds are the first granted to the
eligible Rural Areas of Critical
Economic Concern .(RACEC)
for the purpose of studying the
wireless needs of rural Florida.
Upon completion, Workforce
Florida Inc. hopes to extend the
study to include all 30 RACEC


.counties.
"The Opportunity Florida
leadership made rural broadband
a primary focus at last year's
RACEC forum in Sebring, Flor-
ida. U. S. Congressman Allen
Boyd has informed us that it is
also the number one concern of
the Rural Caucus of the U.S.
House of Representatives," stat-
ed Gary Clark, Chairman of Op-
portunity Florida.
"We are glad to partner and
sponsor Opportunity Florida's
efforts regarding broadband.
,Having broadband in all areas
of our region will enhance job
training and education," stated
Richard Williams, Executive Di-
rector of the Chipola Workforce
Development Board.
Opportunity Florida has al-
ready began the process of set-
ting up a series of focus group.
meetings to be held at the Liber-
ty County Community Center in


Bristol on Nov. 7, 8, and 14. In
an attempt to get as much input
as possible, Opportunity Florida
has posted a banner-link to a
Citizen's Survey form located
on their website at www.oppor-
tunityflorida.com or the direct
URL address: www.opportuni-
tyflorida.com/survey.
"I can't stress the importance
of everyone's input to this study.
This will make life much better
for businesses and the citizens in
general, once they have access
to high-speed Internet. They
say that having broadband or not
having it will be the next great
divide between society's haves
and have-nots. Our goal is to in-
sure that everyone in our region
who wants high-speed Internet
can get it...and at an affordable
price," Rick Marcum, Executive
Director of Opportunity Florida
stated.


NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ADOPT ORDINANCE 05-06

Notice is given that the Board of County Commissioners
Of Liberty County, FL proposes to adopt the following
ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE LIBERTY
COUNTY DISORDERLY CONDUCT ORDINANCE;
PROVIDING DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING OF-
FENSES; PROVIDING PENALTIES; PROVIDING
AN EXEMPTION; ESTABLISHING AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.

A public hearing on the ordinance will be held at 7 p.m.
(ET) on Nov. 10, 2005 at the Liberty County Courthouse,
Highway 20, Bristol, FL, 32321.

All interested persons are invited to attend. A copy of
the proposed ordinance may be reviewed at the Board
of County Commissioners Office in the Liberty County
Courthouse. In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing special accommodation
or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding should
contact the County Commissioners Office at (850) 643-
5404 at least seven days prior to the date- of the hear-
ing.

Dated this 18th day of October, 2005.

Liberty County, FL
Robert Hill, Clerk to the
Board of COunty Commissioners


Georgia-Pacific donates fire equipment

to Liberty County Fire Departments
A recent donation of over $10,000 worth of foam dispensing equip-
ment was presented to two Liberty County Fire Departments by Geor-
gia-Pacific to help with their ongoing efforts in the community. Pic-
tured above in front of the truckload of equipment, left to right, is Rudy
Sumner of the Hosford/Telogia Volunteer Fire Department; Dale Hobby,
Chief of Bristol Volunteer Fire Department; Joey Bilbo, representing
Georgia-Pacific Corporation; and Sammy Hanna, chief of the Hosford/
Telogia Volunteer Fire Department. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO

Reach readers in Liberty Senior Citizens in need of craft items


two counties with
an ad in Journal!
Give us a call at.
643-3333 ._0


from the Liberty County Senior
Citizens Association ,
Carrie Flowers, who' is an
AmeriCorp-VISTAworking at the
Liberty County Senior Citizens, is
sponsoring an arts and crafts class
at the Senior Citizens Centers in
Bristol and Hosford. Anyone who
has craft items to donate can call.
Carrie at 643-5690. '
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Items needed are old jewelry,
craft beads, yarn, crochet nee-
dles, paints or material, paper,
-glass, metal, stencils, construc-
tion paper, materials, craft mate-
rial; anything someone has and
is willing to donate.
Items for this class will be
much appreciated. .....






Page 24 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 26,2005


Marianna Arts Festival &

Fine Swine Dine Cook-off


from the Marianna Arts Festival
Entertainment Committee
The third annual Marianna
Arts Festival and Fine Swine
Dine Cook-off Entertainment
Committee is now accepting
applications for entertainment
at this annual, family oriented,
community-wide event. The
festival seeks talented individu-
als and groups from Jackson
County and surrounding areas
to perform April 7 and 8.
"We are looking for all types
of performing artists including
school bands, gymnastic groups,
comedians, cheerleaders, dance
routines and a variety of musi-
cal entertainers", stated Cindy
Smith, Entertainment Commit-
tee Chairperson. "Our goal is to
offer a variety of entertainment
that will appeal to people of all
ages including rock, gospel,
country and rap music."
Interested groups and in-
dividuals are asked to send a
demo tape or complete descrip-
tion of their group and photo
to The Marianna Arts Festival
and Fine-Swine Dine Cook-off

CNA course set to
begin at Chipola
MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege will offer a Certified Nurs-
ing Assistant iCNA) course be-
ginning Oct. 31.
Applications are due in the
Chipola Health Science Pro-
grams office by Oct. 26.
Classes will be held Monday
through Thursday from 8 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. -The final week of
the course will include clinical
experiences for eight hours each
day.
The cost is approximately
$500. Students must take the
Test of Adult Basic Education
(TABE), available in the Chipola
Success Center, Monday through
Thursday at 8 a.m. Scores must
be submitted with the applica-
tion.
For information, call 850-
718-2278.

Ballet in Bristol
The Liberty Music and Dra-
ma Troupe will present The Nut-
cracker featuring the Northwest
Florida Ballet on Nov. 30 at 7:30
p.m. (ET) at Veterans Memorial
Park Civic Center in Bristol.
Tickets should be purchased
in advance to secure a seat. Re-
served -eajtini is $6 per p)C',.!il
and $5 for 'en. )rdl i.'.,i.,i'mii
C hildicin under 3, nbo .. iar .:.
F,,r ticket iriforn:.ition [.ill
643-9808.
The event is sponsored in
part by the Liberty C0,uiiI, Arts
Council, Flrid;.i Department of
State, Division of Culiural Af-
fairs, the Florida Arts Council
and the National Endowment
for the Arts.


Entertainment Committee, P.O.
Box 300, Marianna, FL 32447.
Smith reminds, "It is impor-
tant that interested entertainers
get their application into us as
soon as possible as entertain-
ment slots are limited."


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'327mio Surl'oot


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Roofing & General Contracting


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5270/mo Like NewW


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'249/mo Low Mils!"'


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s423mo LOamher. Sunroof 5288mo 1.,000 mas! T-Tops?


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1307imo Convejithe 1 Ownw


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'114imo


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327/mo Just 51.000 Miles
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s211 /moa ImiteO Sunroof0 Leoter


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'191me. SE rpmoeP Geaae Mareags


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S288amo Sunroof Low Mis!

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'421AT Lrrmtel Loadedl


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slintmo Greatt Family Car 21 O/m Convertible