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Publisher: The Liberty Journal, Inc.
Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 2006
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    Main: Commentary
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    Main: Old Farmer’s Almanac
        page 9
    Main: Weddings
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    Main: Public & Legal Notices
        page 19
    Main: Job Market
        page 20
    Main: Job Market
        page 21
    Main: Obituaries
        page 22
        page 23
    Main: Classifieds
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Odum hopes
for a chance
to respond at
next meeting
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Health Department Admin-
istrator David Odum may have
been the subject of a lengthy dis-
cussion at last month's Liberty
County Commission meeting,
but despite attempts on his part,
he wasn't allowed to respond to
complaints against him.
After two outspoken Liberty
County citizens had the floor at
the March Liberty County Com-
mission meeting, Chairman John
T. Sanders cut off discussion and
called for a recess right after
Odum asked for an opportunity
to respond.
"I'm just disappointed that
I was not allowed to speak at
the last commission meeting,"
Odum said. "I do plan to attend
the next meeting and hopefully,
we'll have a voice in that meet-
ing."
He has requested a spot on
the agenda Thursday and hopes
to respond to complaints by two
vocal citizens, as well as those
repeatedly raised by Sanders.
When asked at earlier meet-
ings about the circumstances in-
volving the dismissal of Dr. Mari
Thomas, Odum has declined to
comment at the advice of the
State Dept. of Health office due
to pending litigation.
The physician was terminated
"after a thorough investigation
and !review of administrative
and other incidents of concern,"
Odum said early this week. He
added, "I respectfully- request
that this Commission, obtain a
copy of that investigation for
public viewing and the exact rea-
son for the doctor's dismissal."


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Members of the Calhoun-Liberty Hospital Board met Friday afternoon in Bristol to finalize the
paperwork on a $600,000 loan to continue efforts to revitalize the facility, which is now being
managed by the board. Pictured above are board members,Dr. Laban Bontrager, Ralph Whit-
field and Laddie Williams; Mary Helen Blakesley, representing the governor's office; Blountstown
Mayor Winston Deason and board member Ruth Attaway. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO


Two add names
to candidate list
in Calhoun Co.
Incument County Commis-
sioner Earl Hunt has declared
his intent to seek re-election in
the upcoming Calhoun County
Elections, according to Calhoun
County Elections Supervisor
Margie Laramore.
Also making his intent to
seek office known, is incumbent
School Board Member Timothy
G. Smith, who filed his intent to
seek another term in the District
3 seat on Tuesday.
Those who have previously
made known their plans to run
for office in Calhoun County
See CANDIDATES page 14


Number of patients coming to local health

departments up sharply over past five years
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor and Liberty County Health De- each year. In 2005, 342 adults County served 105 mothers-to-
The role of the public health apartments. received 398 shots, mostly flu be throughout their pregnan-
d l-nqrt .nt i- n d-.r thf-/ o n tJli A t T- hM11 .fl 11 -J>nt ilt 1-t-iith n iq I A cles.


as the nation marks "Public
Health Week" on April 3-9.
In rural communities, health
departments are often the only
source of care for the uninsured
and those who can't afford to see
private physicians.
In the past year, a remarkable
number of people have received
services through the Calhoun


nl 2,JUUJ, thel iiealtu ucpart-
ment in Bristol served 646 adult
patients. In 2000, that number
was only 106.
The Calhoun County Health
Department assisted 863 adults
last year, far more than the re-
cords show for 2000 in which
only 43 patients sought care.
Health Departments provide
hundreds of immunizations


soUts WIJ- someJ.ll- pneumonalll A-
total of 286 children got 789 im-
munizations at the Bristol site.
Statistics for the Calhoun
-County Health Department show
that 564 adults received 603
shots and 484 children got 1,312
free immunizations.
More than 50 women re-
ceived obstetric services in
Liberty County while Calhoun


The health departments here
also conduct testing for tubercu-
losis. Last year, 54 people from
Liberty County were tested for
TB while Calhoun County has a
lesser number of 27 who came
in for the test.
Other services include testing
and treatment for sexually trans
See HEALTH WEEK page 14


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Community members and the Ramsey family gath-
ered in Bristol Tuesday for a ground breaking cer-
emony for the new Liberty County Piggy Wiggly.
Shown above, from left to right: Emergency Man-
agement Director Rhonda Lewis, Andrew Ramsey,
jerry Lewis of Florida Public Utilities, Wisa Ramsey,
Sue Ramsey, Miss Liberty County Whitney Brinkley,
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Brinkley, Chad Ramsey, Carson Ramsey, City Coun-
cilman Newton Walden, Kelly Ramsey, Bristol Mayor
Ellen R. Lewis, Marie Dykes. Daniel Reed, Commis-
sioner Jim Johnson. Adam Ridley, Fnda Schwende-
man and Philip Pate. The new 27,000-square-foot
building will be constructed on the south side of
State Road 20. A sign posted at the site, shown at
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Trucker charged with meth; drug residue found in law book


A semi truck driver who was
stopped after a Calhoun County
Sheriff's Deputy watched him
cross the center line of Hwy. 275
and continue driving down the
middle off the road until finally
drifting onto the shoulder is fac-
ing methamphetamine charges.


In his report, Deputy William
Dalton stated he watched the
southbound semi traveling in the
center of the highway, taking up
both lanes, before going onto the
shoulder of the road at 10:1'6 p.m.
March 28.
When 57-year-old Jack Stone-


Drinking buddy arrested after

stolen check for $750 cashed


A night out with a drinking
buddy proved expensive for' a
man who later discovered $750
had been taken from his bank
account.
Brad Trickey, 22, of Altha was
arrested March 28 on charges of
grand theft, forgery and uttering
following an investigation by the
Calhoun County Sheriff's Depart-
ment.
According to a deputy's report,
Trickey and Coleman Tillman
took Tillman's truck to a Calhoun
County bar on the night of Feb. 17.
After Tillman became intoxicated,
Trickey drove him home.
The next day, Tillman was told
that someone saw Trickey going
through a checkbook in his truck
while it was parked at the end of
Parrish Lake Road.


Tillman later learned that his
bank account was overdrawn and
a bank employee who saw the
suspicious check contacted the-
sheriff's department Feb. 27.
The check, which was made
out to Brad Trickey for $750, was
cashed at Smith Supermarket.
Cashier Christina Wooford told in-
vestigatois she remember red cash-,
ing the check and said she became
suspicious after Trickey left.
Wooford, who left her job at
the grocery store on Feb. 25 with
plans to move out of state, told
investigators she knew Trickey
and had cashed checks for him
in the past.
Trickey was released on $3,000
bond follow ing his arrest. '


Mancharged with forging several
checks from uncle's checkbook


A Calhoun County man is fac-
- ing charges of forgery and.uttering
* after he allegedly stole a checkbook
from his uncle and tried to cash
four checks.
Jerry "Tarzan" Thurman. 32, of
Altha, was arrested March 29.
According to a report from the ..
Calhoun Count. Sheriff's Depart-
Sment. James Thurman told deputies
that his checkbook went missing
after a visit from his nephew and
his nephew's girlfriend last No-
vember."
While the couple were at his
home. Thurman left and went into
a bedroom to get his shoes and


.when he returned, the two were
reads to leave.
Thurman said his checkbook
had'been on the end table in his
living room before the visit.
When' he.contacted his bank,
Thurman found that one check had
been written to a local grocery store
and had cleared.
Three other checks all over
$100 each -- were written at- two
convenience stores in Blountstow0 n
and were returned for insufficient
funds.
Thurman is being held n without
bond. .


Battery arrest made after dispute
over child's living arrangements
A visit to his former sister-in-law's home earlier this month resulted
in a trip to the county jail for a Blountstown man. who is now facing a
battery charge following his arrest on Nlarch 27.
A warrant was issued for Keith Baker. 30. after a-March 18 alterca-
dton that left a woman with a bloody nose, according to a report from
the Calhoun County Sheriff's Department.
A deptity. wascalled to the scend around 7:23 p.m. after being notified
of a disturbance involving a gun. When the deputy arrived, he saw the
woman holding a baseball bat and yelling at Baker. who was seated in
his vehicle in front of her.home.
Baker got out of the vehicle -and began screaming at the woman, who
told the officer Baker had a weapon.
The deputy found an unloaded 9 nmm pistol between the front seat and
the center console; a magazine was found in the glove box. -
.The two were arguing over a child's living arrangements when the'
dispute became physical. leaving the woman with an injury and a bloody
shirt. The victim said she pushed Baker after he touched her, and alleged
that he then struck her. She said he then returned to his car and grabbed
the gun. The victim then armed herself with abat.
Baker was given a conditional release from jail on March 28.


Husband charged
A resident of a Blountstown
trailer park was taken into custody
after a report of domestic violence
Friday.
Jay Allen Pitts, 45, was charged
with felony battery after a dispute
in which he allegedly hit his wife


with striking wife
His stepson intervened and
when a deputy arrived, Pitts -who
appeared to be extremely intoxi-
cated, according to the deputy's,
report was found on the kitchen
floor with his nose bleeding.
Pitts is being held without bond


ARREST REPORTS
Compiled by Journal
Editor Teresa Eubanks
(continued on next page)


wall Smith of the Nettle Ridge
Community was told why he
had been pulled over, he told the
deputy that he always drives in
the middle of that road because
it is narrow.
While talking with Smith, the
deputy remarked in his report
that the driver was jittery and his
hands were shaking and added,
that his eyes were bloodshot and
watery. He also noted despite the
fact that it was a cold night. Smith
was sweating profusely. .
During a search of the driver,
an ink pen with white powder
residue' as found inr his shirt
pocket. The item appeared to
have been used to snort a con-
trolled substance and, tested
positive for methamphetamine,
according to the report.
Items found in the truck in-
cluded two clear plastic bowls
that contained a white powder
substance and three pipes with
the same residue on the ends. A
burned tin foil bowl was discov-
ered with white residue. When
asked what the residue was,
Smith admitted it was metham-
phetamine.
Smith was arrested and placed
inf a patrol car as the search of
his truck continued. In the com-
partment over the driver's %side
sun visor, deputies recovered a


New 4-way stop

in Blountstown
The Blountsto"\n Police De-
partment would like to inform ev-
eryone of an intersection change.
The intersection of Lambert and
Church Street %\ ill be a four-way
stop beginning April 13.
There will now be stop signs
on Church Street at this intersec-
tion.


-clear plastic bag that contained
approximately 15 grams of mari-
juana and rolling papers. Three
clear plastic bags containing a
white powder residue were found
tucked in a law dictionary on the
dash of the cab. -
Charges filed against Smith in-
clude possession of methamphet-


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grams of marijuana and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia. He
was also issued a citation for be-
ing in possession of a controlled
substance while in actual physical
control of a motor vehicle.
Smith was given a conditional
release from jail on March 29.


.CALHOUN COUNTY
March 27: Sabrina Cooper, FTA; Jason Story, VOP
(state); Keith Baker, battery.
March 28: Brad Trickey, forgery, uttering forged; Gregory
Spears, driving while license suspended or revoked (ha-
bitual, FTA (county); Jack Smith, possession of meth, listed
chemicals less than 20 grams.
March 29: Leyman Lamb, VOP; Jerry Thurman, uttering,
forgery; John Godwin*Sr., violation suspended sentence;
Wilmer Griffin, child support Liberty Co.
March 30: Jared Stewart, holding for Gulf Cl; Jose
Bautista, no valid driver's license.
.March 31: Jay Allen Pitts, felony, battery.
April 1: Fred M. Jones, VOP (county), driving while
license suspended or revoked (habitual); Jerome McGill,
possession of less than 20 grams, possession of drug
paraphernalia; Rufus Cargile III, possession of less than
20 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia; John Paul
Young, possession of alcohol under21 years of age, expo-
sure of sexual organs, possession of less than 20 grams,
possession of drug paraphernalia.
April 2: Michael D. Fisher, possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis; Kenneth D. James, VOP (state).

LIBERTY COUNTY
March 30: John Kevin Saltus, holding for Polk Co.
March 31: Joshua Loyd Green, VOP, grand theft of motor
vehicle warrant, possession of drug paraphernalia, pos-
session of controlled substance crack cocaine; Humberto
Rivera Miguel, no driver's license; Craig Robert Millette,
driving while license suspended or revoked.
April 1: Audrea Christine page, DU. .
April 2: Michael Edward Hand, DUI,
LUstingsincludenamefollowedbychargeandldentificationofarrestingagency Thenameseaboverepresent
those charged. We remind our readers that all are.presumed innocent until proven guilty
Blountstown Police Dept.
March 27 through April 2, 2006
Citations issued:
Accidents.............. 06 Traffic Citations.................14
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)......68
Business alarms.....02 Residential alarms..........00
Com plaints......................................................... 154


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Suspect subdued with pepper spray

after drug arrest in Bristol Thursday


Deputies had to pull back and
wait a bit, but a suspect they
were after soon returned home
after fleeing when his wife called
for help Thursday.
The woman grabbed her baby
and diaper bag before running
to a neighbor's home after an
argument with her husband just
before midnight.
According to a report from the
Liberty County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, Joshua Green allegedly
came home "and had been doing
drugs all evening," according to
his wife.
When she confronted him
about his drug use, she said
he became violent. She told
deputies she couldn't take the
situation any more and directed
them to the mobile home that
the couple share at Goodman's
Trailer Park in Bristol.
She stated that her husband
was -using cocaine and crack
cocaine.
Deputies learned that there
was a warrant out for Green's
arrest for a probation violation


and went to the home to take him
into custody.
When they arrived, deputies
found the house empty and the
back door standing wide open.
One officer remained on the
scene while another removed
his patrol car from view and
they waited, hoping the suspect
would return to his home.
Barely ten minutes passed
before Green was spotted walk-
ing across the trailer park to the
rear of his residence, where his
vehicle was parked. He slipped
into the driver's seat and closed
the door. Moments later, the,
deputies approached the car and
observed Green with what their
report said "appeared to be a
crack pipe."
Green was ordered to place
his hands on the steering wheel
and did so after tossing the pipe
into the back. He emerged with


his hands up and was taken into
custody.
When Green was searched,
deputies found a light bulb in his
front pants pocket. Light bulbs
are commonly used to smoke
methamphetamine. When asked
about the light bulb, Green
cursed at the deputies.
During a strip search at the
jail, Green' became irate and
accused officers of invading his
privacy. When ordered to re-
move his shirt, Green took it off
and threw it at a deputy, hitting
him in the face.
His behavior continued until
a deputy used pepper spray on
him.
Green was charged with pos-
session of drug paraphernalia
and possession of a controlled
substance. He is being held
without bond due to the proba-
tion violation.


Two DUI arrests made

in Bristol this weekend


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A driver stopped because his
music was too loud ended the
night on a-sour note when he was
arrested for driving under the
influence in Bristol
Michael Edward Hand, 22, of
Marianna, was stopped just before
11 p.m. Sunday at the intersection
of State Road 20 and Pogo Street,
by a Liberty County Sheriff's
Deputy William Wheetley.
After making contact with the
driver, the deputy noticed the odor
of an alcoholic beverage on him
and asked if he had been drink-
ing. Hand said he hal consumed
three beers. One unopened beer
and several open beer containers
were found in his car, according
to the deputy's report.
Hand failed a roadside sobri-
ety exercise and was arrested for
DUI.
Hand was later released on a
$1,000 surety bond.

A woman traveling north on
County Road 12 South Saturday


night wound up at the county jail
after a Liberty County Sheriff's
deputy driving behind her saw
her vehicle cross the white solid
line of the road twice and noticed
that her tag did not have an oper-
able light.
After he pulled over Audrea
Christine Page, 30, ofEstiffanulga,
a passenger stepped out of the car
with a beer in hand.
While talking with Page, the
deputy noticed the strong smell
of an alcoholic drink on her and
asked if she'd consumed any al-
cohol that evening. She replied
that she'd had about six beers, the
officer noted in his report.
After performing poorly in a
roadside sobriety exercise, Page
was arrested for driving under the
influence.
The passenger who was not
identified in the deputy's report
- was issued a citation for hav-
ing an open container.
Page was released from jail
April 2 on $500 bond.


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Mini-grants awarded

to 13 teachers to

promote the arts
The Chipola Regional Arts Association
will recognize 13 school teachers who
were awarded mini-grants to promote
the arts in education on Tuesday, April
18 at their monthly luncheon and general
meeting at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna.
Each teacher will present a brief
"show and tell" presentation to inform
members of the impact their grant had on
the children they teach.
Grant recipients are Mandie Fowler,
Liberty County High School; Kristina
Mondelli, W.R. Tolar School; Linda
Adams, Blountstown High School;
Christine Lauen, Bonifay Elementary;
Vicki Stevenson, Bonifay Elementary;
Melodye McPherson, Marianna Middle
School;: Karen Bouton, Graceville
Elementary; Roberta Newell, Graceville
Elementary; Sharon Bennett/Sharon
Williams, Hope School; Phillip Crawford,
Marianna 'High School: .Christopher
Bishop, Sneads High School; Flora
Beard,; Dayspring Cliristian Academy
and Karen Smith. Golson Elementary.
The luncheon starts at 11:30 with the
:general meeting and program to follow..
The public is invited to attend and
join us in expressing our pride in these
teachers and the work they do to promote
interest in, and love of, the arts: to our
children.

Sewell, Ray, Thompson

family reunion Saturday
The 62nd annual Sewell, Ray, Thomp-
son family reunion will be held Saturday,
April 8 at the Page Pond Assembly of
God Church at" Shelton's Corner iCha-
son) on H%\y. 73. You are invited to come
and bring a well-filled basket for an old-
fashioned dinner on the grounds and gos-
pel singing. Come early and join us for
a time of fellowship and renewing of old
acquaintances.
For more information, you maycon-
tact William Earl "Buddy" Sewell at 674-
5674. :

Hansford family gathering
The Hansford family reunion will be
held May 7 at the home of Frank and
Carleen Hansford at 14537 NW Sam
Duncan Road in Altha. Please bring food
:-and chairs for your family.
For more information, call (850) 937-
4783. Please contact your family members
and remind them about the reunion.

Book drive to benefit
Blountstown Headstart
We need ..your help! HeadStart in
Blountstown needs age appropriate books
for children 0-5 years old. Please drop off
your donations at participating local busi-
nesses and HeadStart in Blountstown.
Look for the boxes decorated by the chil-:
dren! The last day for drop off is April
:15. ;'^ "* ... "
For more information, call 674-1984.

Mossy Pond VFDept

Auction/Rummage sale
The Mossy Pond Volunteer Fire Depart-.
ment will have an auction in conjunction
with a rummage sale on Saturday, April
8 beginning ait 1 p.m. at Sheltbn Library
*k~atd~n

Rotary Club meets at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, noon
Weight Loss Support Group
meets at 1 p.m. at Shelton Park Library
4-H Poultry Club
at Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center, 4-5 p.m.
Boy Scout Troops 200 & 203
meet at 6:30 p.m., Mormon Church
AA meets 7 p.m.. Calhoun County Old Aa Bldg. west door


Panhandle Folk Life Days
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(runs April 6-8)
4-H Shape It Up Day at Veterans Memorial
Park Civic Center, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Altha Area Recreation Committee
meets at 6 p.m. at Altha City Hall
Magnolia VFD meets at 6 p.m. at the Fire House


Today'

Ashley Tinker,
Leta Knight
Mears,
Mitchell
Manning


Red Oak VFD meets 6:30 p.m. at the Fire House
.. Liberty County Commission meets at 7 p.m. in the courtroom
Nettle Ridge FD meets at 7 p.m. at the Fire House
Mossy Pond VFD meets at 7 p.m. at the Fire House
AA meets 7 p.m., basement of Calhoun County Courthouse

Calhoun Co. Sr. Citizens Fish Fry Fundraiser.
Son the corner of Hwy. 20 and Hwy. 71, beside Blountstown Police Dept.

Dance at the American Legion Hall in Blountstown from 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m.


Train Rides at veterans Memorial ParK
Sin Bristol, 11 a.m. 3 p.m.

Liberty Co. Spring Fling
Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center
Gates open at 10 a.m.
Walker Reunion
Ft. Gadsden State Park, noon


Today's

Johnny
Maynor


AA meets 7:30 p.m., Hosford School cafeteria
Dance at the American Legion Hall in Blountstown from 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m.


Citizens Advisory Council for Big Bend Hospice,
meets at the Apalachee Rest., 11:30 a.m.
4-H Shape It Up at Veterans Memorial Park
Civic Center, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Blountstown Lions Club meets 6 p.m.
at the Apalachee Restaurant


Today

Lora Shelotn,
Cindy Osterberg





Larry Ashley,
Wallace Baggett,
Steve Mears Jr.


Toali S

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Liberty Co. Transportation Disadvantage Coordinating
Board meets 2 p.m. at Veteran Memorial park Civic Center
Keep Calhoun Co. Beautiful Inc. meets in the board
room of the Calhoun Co. Extension office, 3 p.m.
Calhoun Co. School Board meets 5 p.m. at Calhoun Courthouse
AlthaTown Council, 6 p.m. at City Hall


-Blountstown City Council meets at 6 p.m.
Blountstown Chapter #179 O.E.S. meets 7 p.m. at Dixie Lodge
Bristol Lions Club meets 7 p.m. at Apalachee Restaurant
Liberty County School Board meets 5 p.m.,
Liberty Education and Administrative (enter in the library
:Bristol VFD meets 7:30 p.m. at Bristol City Hall
Calhoun Co. Girt Scouts Troop 579 meets at W.T. Neal Civic Center, 5:30-7 p.m.


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Apalachicola River Creek Indian Tribal Org., meets at Calhoun Co. Courthouse, 6:30 p.m. (ET)
Bristol City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. at the City Hall
4-H Teen Club at Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center, 7 p.m.
Altha BoyScouts meet tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the Aitha VFD
Bulldog Club meets 7 p.m. at the LCHS field house


3rd Intertribal Native

American Pow wow

in Chattahoochee
Wandering Bear and the City of
Chattahoochee proudly present the third
Intertribal Native American Pow wow
Friday, April 14 through Sunday, April 16
at Chattahoochee City Park on the beauti-
ful Apalachicola River.
Continuous activity is planned daily
from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. to include Native
American food vendors, dance shows, In-
tertribal and Creek Stomp dancing, blan-
ket trading, Indian auction, raffle items.
Come visit the 20 traders in attendance.
Family camping on the pow wow grounds
will also be available with conveniences
of security, electricity, and portable toilets.
Calling all veterans: the Veterans Hon-
or Society would like to honor you and
ask you to join our society!
This is a family event no drugs or
alcohol permitted and all animals must
remain in your own campsite. For non-
powwow personnel wishing to camp for
the weekend, campsites and RV spaces
are available for rent at Chattahoochee
RV Resort and campground.
Traders by invitation only. Traders in-
terested in the October 2006 pow wow,
please contact the pow wow director. The
committee reserves, the right to ask all
traders to remove any inappropriate items
from the displays. No. imported Indian-
type items permitted.
For additional information, call Billy
"Wandering Bear" Johnson, pow wow
director, at 663-2798 or go to the City
of Chattahoochee, Web site at www.
ci.chattahoochee.fl.us. If river is flooded,
pow wow will be at the football field.






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and great response for our
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4- 2 pFT. Vickery Enterprises, Inc.
Diameter (850) 674-3434
Best prices in the industry. 1-800-628-8733

A Message from the Liberty County
Emergency Management Office


It's mosquito season again,
if you are in need of spray-
ing, call 643-4960


If you find any dead birds, log
in to this website:
www.wld.fwc.state.us/bird/



For those who have prob-
lems with yellow flies, stop
by the Liberty County Emergency
Management office and pick up a
flyer.
11109 NW SR 20 in Bristol


Community-wide benefit for Bobby Clark


A community-wide benefit
for Bobby Clark will be held
Saturday, April 15 at the Pan-
handle Pioneer Settlement in
Blountstown.
It will be an evening of enter-
tainment and food appropriate
for the entire family. The benefit
will begin at 4 p.m.
Musical entertainment will
be provided by local bands and
friends from throughout the re-
gion. Bring your lawn chairs to
enjoy the great variety of talent.
Plenty of mouth-watering food
will also be available straight
from the grill. Bring the entire
family and plan to have your
evening meal there.


. .

Other activities are planned,
including a homemade cake auc-
tion. We need local folks to bring
cakes to auction off. We'll also
have an auction of other items.
Please call Imogene Watterson
at 674-5087 to donate items for


these events.
Bobby has worked tirelessly
in our community for years,
donating his time and energy
to help others. It's our time and
opportunity to give back to him
during his illness.
This is one way we can show
our love and appreciation to
Bobby and his family.
For more information on this
event or ways you can help, con-
tact any one of the organizers, in-
cluding Wayne Martin, Charles
Morris and Joel Hathaway.
Mark your calendar and make
plans to be a part of this eve-
ning-long event. We hope to see
you there.


'Bobby Clark Support'fund designated at RiverTown Church


RiverTown Community
Church has a fund to assist Bobby
Clark's family in defraying
expensesassociatedwithBobby's
illness. RiverTown will accept
donations from anyone wanting
to give financial assistance.
Please make checks payable to
RiverTown Community Church
with a designation of "Bobby
Clark Support." -Contributions
can be mailed to: RiverTown
Community Church, 19359
SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL
32424
Raymond Russell visited
Bobby, at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville, he will be there


until the middle of the week to Directors, a real estate agent with
undergo chemotherapy. United Country Real Estate, and
Bobby Clark is a member owns Big River Mobile Homes
of the Chamber's Board of in Blountstown.
BPD and Calhoun Co. VFDs set
up fundraiser for Bobby Clark


Blountstown Police Depart-
ment (BPD) and Calhoun Coun-
ty Volunteer Fire Departments
and several private citizens will
be serving their world famous
smoked chicken plates on Fri-
day April 14 on the comer of
Hwy. 20 and Hwy. 71 (in front
of BPD) for Bobby Clark.
Plates will include smoked


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FRIDaY, APRIL Z 2006

12:00 p.m. till 10:00 p.m.


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10:00 a.m. till 7:30 p.m.

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Fine Art E dren Actltes
EntertamtWie Car Show
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And more!

Citizens Lodge, Caverns Road
Marianna, Florida


Sponsored In Part By Jackson County Board of County Commissioners
& Tourist Development Council


chicken .prepared by master
chefs Glenn Kimbrel and Rod-
ney Smith along with baked
beans, potato salad, bread and
cake for $5 per plate.
All proceeds will assist Bobby
Clark with medical expenses.
To place your order, call 674-
5987 or fax .674-4110. We will
deliver for five or more plates.

Catfish benefit
planned for Hope
Peacock Rister
The Altha Church of God will
have a catfish dinner fundraiser
Saturday, April 15 for Hope Pea-
cock Rister to assist with her
medical expenses. Meals will be
served from 5 to 8 p.m. (CT).
The menu consists of catfish,
cheese grits, coleslaw, French
fries, hush puppies, tea and des-
sert. Adult plates are $8 each and
a child's plate is $6.
You may dine in the fellow-
ship hall or we will offer carry
out plates. For more informa-
tion, call 762-8294.






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NEWS

FROM THE

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SMBI to sing

at Red Oak
The Sharon Mennonite Bible
Institute Choir will sing at Red
Oak Community Mennonite
Church Sunday, April 9. Service
begins at 9 a.m. (CT). Everyone
is cordially invited.
Five local people are among
the Bible School singers: Alli-
son Wilson-Ayers, Michael and
Joanna Martin, Sarah Redmond
and JesseYoder.
The church is located at 19247
NW County Road 275, Altha.
For more information, call 674-
4139.

Easter egg hunt
All children, fifth grade and
under, are invited to join the
fun as First Baptist Church of
Blountsto\ n holds its Easter egg
hunt, Saturday, April 15 from 9
a.m. until noon. Each child will
need to bring six empty plastic
eggs and .a bag of individually
wrapped candy. Parents are wel-
come to chaperone.
For more information or to
sign-up, call the church office at
674-5923.

Prayer band meets
The Liberty Community Prayer
Band will hold prayer service
Thursday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m.
(ET) at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
C. L. Wilson. Everyone is cor-
dially invited to attend. For more
information, call 643-4701.


Women Day

Program Sun.
Here we are again, giving you
another royal invitation to our
Women Day Program: Praising
the Lord of God Almighty and
Greetings in the Name of Jesus
Christ our Lord and Savior.
We are looking to have a
wonderful time praising and
worshipping and fellowshipping
in the Lord Jesus Christ on April
9 at 4 p.m.
This program will be held
at Humility Missionary Baptist
Church of Estiffanulga Commu-
nity of Bristol.
The guest speaker will be Rev.
Robert Baker and the congrega-
tion of Macedonia Baptist Church
of Blountstown.
Dinner will be served after-
wards.
'For more information, contact
Levonne A. Davis at 643-1499.

Homecoming

planned April 9
Hardaway Assembly of God
Church invites everyone to join
them for homecoming on Sunday,
April 9. Sunday school begins at
10 a.m. and worship at 11 a.m.
(ET).
The guest speaker will be
Rev. Shelton Kindig. Afternoon
singing will be performed by
Changed.
For more information, call
442-6681 or 643-3687.

Gospel sing set

April 7 in Telogia
Telogia Assembly of God
Church will be having a gospel
sing on Friday, April 7 beginning
at 7 p.m. The featured singer will
be Steve Floumoy of Quincy. Lo-
cal talent will also perform. We
invite everyone to come and enjoy
the evening with us. The church
is located 1 1/2 miles south of the
Hosford intersection of Hwy. 20
and Hwy. 65. For info., call 379-
3295 or 379-8157.'


We welcome your church announcements and remind you to be sure to
include the day and date as well as time and location of each event. We also
ask that you include a phone number or directions to the church to make it
convenient for our readers.
There is no charge for church announcements, but we run each announce-
ment only once. If you would like to repeat the same announcement, we can do
so but must charge for the space as though it were an advertisement.


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Community-wide widow/widower luncheon
The Men's Brotherhood of the First Baptist Church of
Bristol sponsored a community-wide widow/widower
luncheon March 25 at the Family Life Center. Good fel-
lowship was enjoyed by everyone. Thanks to the Men's
Brotherhood for the great food and for their support of
this much needed ministry in our community.








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TREASURES
,. by Ryan McDougald
LAVISH GRACE
Text: Ephesians 1:1-14
Calvin Reid tells of a man who
was given a large trust of money that
was to be used to take care of a poor
minister. One day, the poor minister
received an envelope with a portion
of the money in it. A note attached
read, "More to follow." "For ever so
long, the old minister received regu-
larly his little package of money, al-
ways with the note, 'More to follow'
inside."
That is a picture of God's grace.
Reid likens it to the waves of the
sea. "As one come, there is another
close behind it." Scripture says, "that
(God) lavished (grace) on us with all
wisdom and understanding (NIV)."
Grace is God's unmerited, unde-
served favor. To lavish is to "make to
abound." It is to pour out abundantly
to the point of overflowing with a
measure left over.
God did this with all wisdom and
understanding. The word for wisdom
here, according to Vine, "is insight
into the true nature of things." Vine
says that understanding, "is the abil-
ity to discern modes of action with a
view to their results."
Before the world was ever cre-
ated, it was God's intent and purpose
to lavishly pour out His grace upon
us to overflowing. It was no surprise
to God that man failed in the Garden
of Eden. It will be no surprise to Him
the sins that you will commit tomor-
row. God knew all along the extent to
which you would fail Him over the
course of your entire life.,
Yet He had the perfect plan to
send Christ to die in your place for
your sins. God plans to cure your sin-
ful condition so you will love Him
of your own free will. He anticipates
with great joy the day when you will
turn to Him and worship Him in spirit
and truth.


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Solomon Street, Bristol Phone 643-5733
Rev. Coy Collins, Pastor
HOLY WEEK ACTIVITIES
Theme: Walking with Jesus
PALM SUNDAY-WALKING IN CELEBRATION
Special family activities are planned for the day beginning with Sunday School at 10 a.m. Every child at-
tending Sunday School will receive a Palm Sunday Celebration packet. An exciting celebration in song and
Illustrated sermon for the whole family is planned for the morning worship service at 11 a.m. Following the
service a FAMILY PICNIC will be held on the church grounds. (Everyone bring a family picnic basket.) Family
games and activities as well as a petting zoo for the children is planned. Casual dress and flip flops/sandals
are the dress for the day. No Sunday Night Service.
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THIS PALM SUNDAY CELEBRATION!
MONDAY -WALKING IN CLEANSING
Ar outreach activity is planned with groups going into the community doing personal outreach, good deeds
and/or service for persons of need. Meet at the church at 6:30 p.m. for assignments.
.YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE OUTREACH!
TUESDAY WALKING IN HIS WORD
Families are encouraged to set aside time to read together the account from scnpture of the Last Week in
our Lords's Life and Ministry. Copies of outline are available at the church.
YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS ACTIVITY!
WEDNESDAY -WALKING IN HUMILITY
Wednesday night 7 p.m. service will commemorate the anointing of Jesus al Bethany with an Anointing and
Foot Washing Service.
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THIS COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE'
THURSDAY- WALKING IN FELLOWSHIP
Families are encouraged to come to the church at 6:30 p.m. to observe the Lord's Supper
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THIS REMEMBRANCE OF OUR LORD'S DEATH!
GOOD FRIDAY -WALKING IN SORROW
An outreach activity is planned for families to do visitation giving cards of remembrance of the death of our
Lord and Savior Jesus Chnst and a special invitation to Easter Sunday Services.
YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO REMEMBER OUR LORD'S CRUCIFIXION'
SATURDAY -WALKING IN SORROW
YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO REMEMBER OUR LORD IN THE TOMB.
SUNDAY -WALKING IN RESURRECTION POWER
Special services are planned beginning with SUNDAY SCHOOL 10 a.m. Every child attending Sunday
School will receive an Easter Sunday Celebration Packet. Morning Worship 11 a.m will have Special Music by
the choir:


DAY THREE A TRIUMPHANT EASTER CELEBRATION
Special Sermon by Pastor Collins
No Sunday Night Service ...
YOU AE 'INVITED TO THIS EASTER OELEBf4AOf SERVICE!


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add them to the batter, with the vanilla.
SKnead until nmied, and divide it into 24
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Stone, McMullen to wed June 17


Casi Leigh Stone of Blountstown and
Ronn Joseph McMullen of Branford are
pleased to announce their engagement and
upcoming marriage.
Casi is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ter-
rell L. Stone of Blountstown. Ronn is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. McMullen
of Branford.
Grandparents of the future bride are
Frank L. and the late Ethelle G. Stone of
Blountstown and the late Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Carpenter of Chattahoochee. The groom-
elect's grandparents are Elizabeth McMul-
len and the late Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L.
McMullin Sr. and Edith and the late Claude
McDonald, all of Live Oak.
The future bride is a graduate of
Blountstown High School and a graduate
of Florida State University. She is presently
employed as the vice president for Millen-
nium Settlements in Tallahassee. The fu-
ture groom is a graduate of Brandford High
School, a graduate of Lake City Commu-
nity College and attended Florida State Uni-
versity. He is presently employed with the
Leon County Sheriff's Office.
The wedding will be held on June 17 at

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6 p.m. (ET) at the First Baptist Church of Tallahassee.
The reception will be held at The Retreat At Bradley's
Pond.
No invitations are being sent locally, however, all
friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited
to attend the wedding and reception.

Vlan May 6 wedding
Carla Suzanne Chain of Scotts FernT
and John Ke\ in Barton. also of Scotts
Ferr\. are pleased to announce their en-
gagement and upcoming marriage.
Carla is the daughter of Angel Williams
of Marianna and James and Lisa Chain of
Cottondale. Ke in is. the son of Mlike and
', Janet Barton of Scotts Ferry.
Grandparents of the future bride are
Carl and Violet Williams of Atha. Jean and
Pat Watson of Cotondale, Jim and Jane
Chafin of Marianna and Bill and \oncile
of Na\ arre.
'The groom-elect's grandparents are J W
and Judy Yon of Scotn Fen-\ and Lottie
and the late J.C. Barton of Altha.
The %\ wedding %\ ill be held on MaN 6 at 4
p.m. in the afternoon at St. Andre\ws State
Park in Panama City. The reception will
follow at the same location.
No in\,itations are being sent locall.
hoinever, all friends and familN of the
couple are cordially invited to the %wedding
and reception.


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announce the birth
of their daughter,
Kenna Jenae Ad-
kins, born on Jan.
19, 2006 at South- w
ecst Alabama
Medical Center. She weighed 8 lbs. and 1/2
-oz. and measured 21 inches long. Her grand-
parents are Joe and Jennie Tillman, Ronnie
and Kennese Adkins of Altha and Dodge and
Pam Hardy of Pompano Beach. Her great-
grandparents are Louise Gay, Jane and the'
late Monroe Adkins, the late Grace and S.C.
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Altha; Earl and Betty Gay of Dellwood, the
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To the most wonderful
people of Liberty and Calhoun
communities, Florida State
Hospital Employees and anyone
else who came to help us.
Our family always knew that
we lived in a community with
the most wonderful people in
the world. Your love, support,
kindness and gifts have proved
it again. Please let me take
this time to say thank you for
everything. I know my family
has been in the prayers of many
people and this is what is helping
us make it. Please continue to
pray for us and other families
that have suffered tragedies in
our community. Words cannot
really express the love our
family has for the community
or how much we thank you for
your;support. As in Psalms 9-11,
"I know that the Lord also will
be a refuge in times of trouble
and they will know his name will
4 put trust in thee for the Lord has.
not forsitkt th i m thit sAtk thee,
sing .,praises to the Lord and
-declare among the people his

I praise God for his love and
for the love of the people who
came and helped us.
Love,
Jeanine Eubanks Revell.
and family

We will never be able to
,express the gratitude we feel for
the members of this community
for their concern and kindness.
There is nothing more terrifying
than being 45 nules from home
and geening a telephone call that
there is a % ildfire burning out of
control and your may lose your
house. You can't imagine the
sinking feeling that drops to the
pit of \ our stomach. as ,ou try to
prepare for the %worst. The dri e
home that day .seemed endless.
-When we finally arrived, there
was nothing more wonderful l than
seeing our home still standing,
Sand seeing a commrunuty gathered
together fighting to save it and
our belongings.


Thank you first and foremost
to God for having his hand
in everything. Thank you to
the Forestry Department, the
Hosford-Telogia and Bristol
Volunteer Fire Departments,
Liberty County EMS, Florida
Highway Patrol, Liberty County
Sheriff's Department and our
many friends, neighbors and
family. Your miraculous kindness
overwhelms our hearts. We
will never be able to thank you
enough for your tireless efforts
to sfop that blaze and save our


Folklife Days April 6-8
from the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement many other crafts and tasks.
On Saturday, April 8 the Pan- Hands-on activities for the
handle Pioneer Settlement in children include marble making
Blountstown will ha% e its annual and making pioneer cloth dolls.
Folklife Days from 9 a.m. until 3 The John Hiram McClellan
p.m. (CT). Home will be open for tours for
This year features 27 artisans the first time.
demonstrating such traditional Hot dogs and soft drinks will
,crafts such as blacksmithing, be available. Admission is $3.
chair caning, spinning, soap For more information, call
making, dutch bven cooking and 674-2777.




Board of Directors meet April 13
Board of Directors Meeting for the beautiful work. Prowant
The regular meeting of the Exotics is located at 10126 NW
Chamber's Board of Directors Prowant Lane in Clarksville
is the second Thursday of each (674-9685) and specializes in
month. This month's date is signs and graphics, parrots and
April 13 at noon (CT) at the pets, and pageant perfection and
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital. photography. Check out the new
Directors are asked to please decal on the Chamber's office
RSVP for lunch by Friday, door, or go to the Prowant Web
April 7 to the Chamber via site to see the stunning results at
telephone at 674-4519 or e-mail www.prowant.net.
ccchamber@yahoo.com. Main Street Blountstown
Decals. Available Don't Members of the local Main
forget to pick-up your free Street traveled to Tallahassee
Chamber decal! Active last week for the first review of
Chamber members are entitled the grant to renovate the M & B
to a free decal (distributed to Railroad Depot. Tony Shoemake,
members who attended the President of Main Street, advises
recent Annual Banquet). Show 'that the outlook for approval of
your customers that .you support the grant looks favorable. The
the Chamber! Todd Prowant, final decision is expected in
of Prowant Exotics, enhanced May 2006. Plans are to move
the Chamber's logo in a "static the Chamber into the Depot and
, "..0gq hc is designed include, historical. museum 9f.
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home. We can only continually
offer our gratitude and love.
We will be forever indebted
to each of you. Thank you from
the bottom of our hearts.
Tommy (Bubba) and Lisa
Arnold-Rast

We would like to express our
appreciation to friends, family
and neighbors who came to us
during our tragic loss. Your kind
expressions of sympathy and
love will never be forgotten.
Thank you for the food,
flowers, contributions, calls,
visits, prayers and for being there
for us God bless you all.
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Meth use on the rise in small towns


To the editor:
I read with interest the article
regarding the meth lab materials
that were found near a home in
Liberty County. I was thrilled
to discover the people who
actually found the items, and
felt comfortable that they would
do the right thing with them.-
Kudos to the Fishers! I was also
alarmed that, as was reported,
they were told by a member of
the law enforcement agency in
that county that "there is no drug
problem in Liberty County."
I have been receiving your
newspaper for several years now
and have noticed an increasing
amount of articles over the years
that indicate the opposite to be
true. .
My family has been in Liberty
County a long time and I was
raised there. I now run a treatment
facility for individuals with
substance abuse disorders. These
indil iduals that I treat also have
co-occurring "disorders, many
of which were activated by the
substance problem. I know very
well the. signs and symptoms
6f substance abuse and also
the atmosphere in which this
problemtends itoachieve.status.:I
caimot emphasize loudly enough
that the atmosphere of the meth
user is very much like what is


SPEAK UP!
SWITH A T NT
TO THE mixSJun
Write:
The Calhoun-Lberty Journal
P.O. Box 536,
Bristol, FL 32321

present in Liberty County. Meth
is by far the most dangerous of
substances, certainly the most
addictive, and is overwhelmingly
the choice of substance in rural
America today. So much so that
states such as Oklahoma and
Iowa have enacted legislation
to disallow any selling of
pseudoephedrine medications
over the counter. In one year,
after these laws were enacted,
Oklahoma is now reporting an
80% reduction in meth labs. (by
the way, Oklahoma and Iowa,.
are probably two of the most
rural states-in the United States.)
Similar, if not greater results.
have been seen in the state of
Iowa. Legislation is now being
adopted in Arizona that will-
restrict access e% en further.
My response is in complete
agreement ith Francine
Fiher. "Please help protect the
wonderful life of all citizens of
Liberty CountN." Please don't
diminish the current presence


Hosford-Telogia area doesn't.

get the recognition it deserves
-To the editor
If the department of education is so hard to get anything from then
why is it that Bristol gets appro\ ed so easily ? I tirst and foremost ha\ e
no complaint, about the tram. because it is good for the conmmunnity
but it is completely irrele% ant to our children ha\ ing a nice place for
education.
M\ statement \\as to simply point out that e ei\n one fights hard for
Bristol, but just simple\ forgets about Hosford-Telogia. We have not
gotten an\ of the recognition that %\e deserve. but at the same time
everyone wants our support.
I really do not \vant to start a war, but if fighting for my child's
education, privileges and entitlements is a crime, consider me
guilty. .., .
gut. 'Latasha Parker,
Hosford
We encourage our readers to speak up about public issues and invite
you to tell us what you think with a letter io the editor. All letters must be
signed'and include the writer's address. We also require a phone-num-
ber, which we do not publish but need to verify the authorship of each sub-
mission.

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Applicants must be at least 19 years of age, be of good moral
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of this dangerous substance in
your area. It is a terrible thing,
(and might I also say -- a grave
sin) when good people respond
by doing nothing. This problem
will not go away by leaving it
alone or ignoring its potential
for devastation. Instead it will
become even more insidious.
If you ignore the signs and
symptoms of this problem,
eventually you will have to
recognize it. Sadly, when that
time comes, it will be too late
for effective action. Your only
safe course of action would be
relocation.
I also work as the Director of
Psychiatric Intake in the second
largest jail in America. This jail
books in an average of 12,000
inmates per month. Of these,
approximately 40% are booked
in with meth-induced psychoses
and many other meth related
disorders. This is completely
exhausting the monetary coffers
of the Maricopa County jail
system. Billions of dollars are
spent just in treatment, let alone
prevention dollars.
Now is the time to recognize
the problem and educate. your
constituency regarding their
need to respond. I kno0, there
are plenty of good people ,in
Liberty County w ith amazing
abilities. Your reaction should
be as equally amazing!
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SLiberty County seeking $400,000 from

% AviNG deliver! Legislature for a special-needs shelter


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a special-needs shelter for
emergencies.
"A .person with special
needs is someone who is on
life-sustaining devices and in
need of medical care," said
Brenda Clay, director of the
Liberty County Senior Citi-
.zens Board, which has asked
the state for the money.
According to the 2000 U.S.
Census, 1,494 Liberty County
citizens are disabled or in need
of special care that's more
than a quarter of the county's
population.
Clay said the current emer-
gency buildings are insuffi-
cient.;
."We have the Tolar School,
that serves as a shelter for Lib-
erty County, but (Senior Citi-
I zen Center) already houses
some of the special-needs citi-
zens in emergency situation,"
she added.
The center, if funded, would
have 14 beds and more than
4,000 square feet of space to
house special-needs patients.
"It is important because the.
I nearest special-needs center is


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in Gadsden County (about 45
miles). So citizens of Liberty
County with special needs
have to travel there, along
with people from Franklin
County, to be properly cared
for," said Kris Money, legisla-
tive aide to Rep. Marti Coley,
R-Marianna. *
Money said he believes that
state funding is available for
this project.
-"There are different pots


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of money that agencies have
to apply to certain issues,"
Money explained. "This year,
the governor's budget had $70
million in it for hurricane fa-
cilities, and that encompasses
. regular shelters as well as spe-
cial-needs shelters."
Coley has made the shelter
a priority. "The representa-
tive's hope is that the people
in Liberty County and sur-
rounding counties get proper
facilities so they can weather
the storm," Money said.
Rhonda Lewis, director of
Liberty County Emergency
Management, said the con-
struction of a special-needs
shelter is welcome because it
would increase productivity
in hurricane situations.
"We have always had to
transport special-needs cases
out of the county to Gadsden
or Leon special-needs shel-
ters," Lewis recalled. "That
takes our resources out of the
county where we could be
helping."
For information on how to
help transport area special-
needs patients, go to www.
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mitted diseases as well as HIV/AIDS, family planning
and other adult health needs.
Between the two counties, nearly 800 children have
received additional health care services and 83 have
taken part in the Health Start Program, along with over
200 adult women.
'"Ihope to use Public Health Week as a launching
pad to better inform the public about who we are and
what we do," said David Odum, administrator of the
Calhoun and Liberty County Health Departments.
"Public health is not about, treating preventable
diseases but preventing treatable diseases," he said.
"It's about health education and wellness."
SIn the weeks to come, the Liberty County Health De-
partient will hold open houses for the new children's
dental clinic as well asthe newly remodeled site to
-house the community's Healthy Start Program.
Entriesrin a schoolwide coloring contest, sponsored
as a Public Health Week event. \\ ill be display ed at the
dental clinic.
"I look forward to partnering with local government
leaders and private healthcare providers to corrobora-
tively seek ways to monitor and understand the health
issues facing Calhoun and Liberty County, to protect.
our public from health hazards, to give our people
information they need to make healthy choices and to
provide.health promotion programs to address identi-
fied health problems."

CA]NDIDAESfrompge


Doris Traylor honored for

her efforts with KCCB


include:
Dan Wyrick, ho waste firstto file for this Doris Traylor was presented with a resolution from the Calhoun
-*Dan Wyrick, who was the first to file for this
year's election and is vying for Hunt's District 2 County Board of County Commissioners expressing their ap-
County Commission spot. preciation for serving 10 years as chairman of Keep Calhoun
*Danny M. Hassig Jr. and Sherryl Norris, who County Beautiful. Each of the commissioners expressed their
are both seeking the District 5 seat on the Calhoun thanks to her for.the work that she's done for Calhoun County,
County School Board currently held by Doyle from keeping the hospital open to making Calhoun County a
Daniels. more beautiful place. This award was issued by the Chairman
*County Judge Kevin Gro\ er. of the Board, Willie T Grant. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO


Roadside toilet break
lands man in jail
A man who relieved himself in full view
of a passing patrol car was arrested Saturday
night on charges of exposing himself and
possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana
and drug paraphernalia.
Arrested was 20-year-old John Paul Young,
whose address was listed as Tallahassee.
Sgt. Mark Mallory of the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Department was driving along
Melvin New Grade Road around 9:30 p.m.
when he saw a vehicle with its headlights on
and two people standing outside, facing State
Road 20. One of the men was urinating and
continued to do so after Mallory got out of
the patrol car and approached him.
Young complied when Mallory told him
to pull up his pants and pointed out that he
could be seen from the highway.
While talking with Young, Mallory noticed
an open beer on the ground next him. At the
passenger side of the vehicle was a second
male, later identified as a juvenile, who also
had a beer.
- They were accompanied by two women,
27-year-old Jennifer Lynn Quincey, who was
driving, and Maranda Leigh Wells, 28.
As the officer spoke to the women, he no-
ticed a pipe with a small amount of marijuana
and five unopened beers in the backseat.
Young said the pipe was his; both males
said they purchased the beer before meeting
the women.
Both males were charge with possession
of alcohol by a person under the age of
21. Young was also charged with exposure
of sexual organs along with the two drug
charges.
Young was given a conditional release
after his arrest.


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APRIL 5, 2006 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15

Angler catches near-record

striper in Apalachicola River i -T


-.. A Tallahassee angler flirted with
setting a new state record for striped
7 bass, but in the end, came up a bit
short that afternoon.
SII Travis Sanford fished from the
SJim Woodruff Dam at Chattahoo-
IL chee last month and landed a
42-pound striped bass from the
Apalachicola River. His fish,
however, was 1/4-pound shy of the
existing record. The record is a
42.25-pounder, caught by Alphonso
Barnes in December 1993 in the
same section of the Apalachicola.
Sanford's fish measured 39-7/8
inches in length and 29-5/8 inches
in girth. He made his catch using a
rod and reel and Crocodile spoon.
Eric Long, a Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) fisheries biologist met
Sanford Monday and weighed his fish on certified scales. Sanford
had initially weighed his fish on an uncertified platform scale and
believed it weighed 44 pounds.
"He really got close, but sooner or later the striper record will be
broken," Long said.
Approximately 10 years ago Long said they captured a 48-pound
female striped bass and took her to the FWC's Blackwater Fisheries
Research and Development Center facility to use in artificially
spawning stripers for stocking. At roughly the same time, he said,
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service captured two huge 70-pound
stripers just above the dam in the Flint River.


Harveys store manager, deli manager honored
Two top employees at the Blountstown Harveys grocery store were honored
recently when they were named tops in their 12-store district. Shown above
is Tonya Six, Harveys District Store Manager of the Year and Michelle Young,
Deli/Bakery Manager of the Year. Tonya has 15 years experience with Harveys
stores and worked at the Tallahassee store before taking on her duties at the
Blountstown store in August of 2004. Michelle began her job at the Blountstown
store during the time the facility was being converted from a Food Lion into Har-
veys. The two are shown above with their awards and a large thank-you note to
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plants: a presentation by Rick Cech


The public is invited to a free
presentation about the intimate
harmony between butterflies
and plants given by guest
speaker Rick Cech, a nationally
renowned butterfly authority.
The program, "The Lives of
Butterflies, Caterpillars, and
Plants," will be held on Tuesday
April 18 at 7 p.m. (ET) at the
FDOT Auditorium in the Burns
Building, 605 Suwannee Ave.,
Tallahassee.
Rick Cech will discuss
many interesting and surprising
facts about butterflies. He will
answer questions such as:
.Why do butterflie- select o.ly
particular host plants? How does
a butterfly's choice of plants
influence nearly every aspect of pi
its lifestyle? How do host plants
fight back against browsing ev
caterpillars? H
Mr. Cech is the principal A
author and. photographer of 0
Butterflies of the East Coast: in
An Observer's Guide (2005). W
He is the co-author of National fi(
AudubonSocietyRegionalGuide th
to Florida (1998), The Sibley E
Guide to Bird Life and Behavior m
(2001), and National Audubon fr
Society Interactive CD-ROM 2:
Guide to North American Birds
(1996). In 1993, he authored A
"A Distributional Checklist of or
the Butterflies and Skippers ir
of the New York City Area" cc
(1993). His photos have been fo
featured in a variety of books, re
magazines, and exhibits. He has si
been a frequent contributor to ol
the North American Butterfly re
Association's American H
Butterflies magazine and edited A
,Theb Arglewide.-hn eal NABA' J .1F1


Rick Cech


publication.
This program is one of several
vents organized by the local
airstreak Chapter of the North
merican Butterfly Association.
their Chapter events in April
include walks at the Wakulla
Wildlife Festival and a butterfly
eld trip on Sunday April 30 to
he Apalachicola River Wildlife
environmental Area. For
lore information about these
ee events, please call 643-
583.
The NorthAmerican Butterfly
association Inc., is a non-profit
organization formed in 1992 to
crease public enjoyment and
conservation of butterflies by
causingg on non-consumptive
creational butterflying
uch as listing, gardening.
observation, photography,
caring, and conservation. The
airstreak Chapter covers the
.palachicola region of the
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SPIRIT WEEK
Spirit Week was a huge success
this year. Students participated
in costume contests and elected
Blountstown Middle School's
royalty. One of the most ekcit-
ing events was Tiger Idol in -which
students enjoyed watching BMS's
most talented or not so talented stu-
dents and teachers perform.
Costume Winners were:
Best Celebrities First, Casey
Maloy ( Mimi from the Drew Car-
ey Show); second, Jason Money
(Crocodile Hunter); third, Makyn-
zie O'Bryan (Marilyn Monroe)
Craziest Hair and Dress Casey
Maloy
Craziest Dress Justin Grant
Craziest Hair Nicki Davis
Tiger Idol Winners lst-Juni-
cia Baker; 2nd-Ashley McCourt;
3rd-Karis Smith
Student Council would like to
thank the following business for
their generous contributions: Pig-
gly Wiggly, Tiger's Den, Subway,
Bennett Eubanks Oil Company and
KFC, Mary Beth Cobb, Calhoun
Corrections Institution
We would also like to thank all
the teachers for their help as well.
BOOK FAIR
A spring Scholastic Book Fair is
scheduled for April 10-14 in the
BMS Media Center. To kick off the
Book Fair. a FamiI Reading Night
will be held lMondaN. April 10 from
4 p.m. until 6 p.m. Parents are invit-
ed to come and purchase items from
the Book Fair and register their stu-
dents for door prizes.
BMS CHEERLEADERS
BMS Cheerleading Tr\ outs %e're
held at BMS last week and the fol-
lowing girls were -selected for the
2006-07:. squad: Chelsea Baker,
Else. Bontrager. Tasheana Brown.
'lonrola Garrett. Cassie Hiers,
Semantha Hunter. Jay Jones. Knrs-
-en Peacock. Jacy Richards. Allie
Small. Alex Smith. Ha) ley Sumner.
BMIS Cheerleading Sponsor is Mrs.
Wend\ Eubanks.
BMS BASEBALL
The Blountsown lMiddle School
Baseball Team finished their season
on Thursday, March 30, winning
two games against Hosford, with
an ending record of 9-8. This is the
first winning season Blountstown.
Middle School has had since the,


Pictured above, Celebrity Day winners, Casey Maloy, Makynzie
O'Bryan and Jason Money.


baseball program began. Coach
Warren Tanner would like to thank
all of the baseball players for their
hard work and dedication to the
baseball program. Coach Tanner
would also like to thank Adam Mc-
Cullen for being Assistant Coach
and the parents for their support.
BMS Baseball Players: Ash-
ley Adams, Tarek Amin, Garrison
Bailey, Tyler Daniels, Blake Gar-
rett' Justin Grant, Hunter Jenks,
Josh Knight, Jason Money, Jeremy
O'Bryan, Jordan Swienhart, Brett
Tanner, and Jacob \\ainv. right.
ALL A'S
Sttlt grade Kelse\ Bontrag-
er, Megan Brown, Brittney Norris,
Trenton Smith, Leah Stewart, Ste-
ven Warren.
Seventh grade J'unicia Baker.
Morgan Davis, Levan Khulordava,
Eliha Nlargrill, Mak nzie O'Bryan,
Kristen Peacock, Travis Pittman,,
Warren Tanner
Eighth grade Ashley Adams,
Tarak'Amin, Laura Stoltzfus
A/B HONOR ROLL
Sixth grade Tiffan\ Abbott,.
Sarah Barton, Mary. Bontrager,
Shaquala Butler, Matthew Digsby,
Saad Farooqi, Jesse Griffin, Devin
Harrigill, Cassandra Hiers, Larry
Jackson. Patrice Jackson. Heidi
Jeppson. Megan Layfield, Wil-
liam Rogers, Devin Strong, Jordan
Sweinhart, Afondra Vidal, Trenten
Wise
Seventh.grade Cherie Baggett,
Shaxn Baggett. Garrison Bailey,
Chelsea Baker, Taylor Brantley


Curl, Tasheana Brown, Charles.
Buggs, Kelsey Couch, Tyler Dan-
iels, Eurica Engram, Montoya Gar-
rett, Kimberly Godwin, Byron Hall,
Alfonso Hernandez Flores, Caro-
line Johnson, Eric Jones, Jahnice.
Jones, Raven Lockhart, Ivy Martin,
Paul Mosley, Jacy Richards, Ann
Silcox, Ke'ondre Simpson Alexan-
dria Smith, Cameron Smith, Karis
Smith, Hayley Sumner, Joshua Wil-
liams
Eighth grade Virginia Bak,-
er, Clinton Coley, Jessica Col-
lier, Aaron Daniels, Matina Davis,
Skyla Davis, Stafford Djson.
Robert Deason, Kelby Durham,
Hira Farooqi, Erin Fowler, Michael
Gibson, Brittany Griffin, Brittany
Jayne, John Jourdan, Rachael King,
Jason Money, Shakeyria Murrell,
Kayla Shuler, Sasha Simmons, Ali-
son Slongo, Bria Snowden, Xin Yi
Tang, Cassie Taylor, Maria Trejo,
Jacob Wainwright


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Calendar of Events I
April 10 Progress Re-
ports ,
April 11 Character
Breakfast
April 13 Honor Society I
Initiation
April 19 Student Coun-
cil Election
April 25 Failure No- I


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I April 26
Track Meet


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Calhoun

County Schools

April 6- April 12, 2006

Lowfat or whole
milk served with all meals

THURSDAY-
Lunch: Chicken with rice, deviled
eggs, field peas with snaps, fruit
cup, corn bread.

FRIDAY
Lunch: Pizzawith cheese, French-
fried potatoes, green salad with
dressing, Jell-O with fruit.

MONDAY
Lunch: corn dogs with ketchup
and mustard, baked beans, whole-
kernel corn, fruit cup.

TUESDAY
Lunch: Chicken pot pie, sweet
potatoes, fresh fruit, cake square
with icing.

WEDNESDAY I
Lunchr. Spaghettiwithmeatsauce,
green baby lima beans, apple-
sauce cup, garlic toast.
All menus are subject to change
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Altha Prom scheduled Saturday


ALTHA PROM
by Sarah Shelton
Altha High School's Junior/,
Senior Prom is scheduled for this.
Saturday, April 8. It will be held
at 8 p.m. at the W.T. Neal Civic
Center. All school board members
as well'as Altha Faculty and Staff
are welcome to attend.
The junior class has put much.
effort and hard work into the
decorations and preparation for the
prom. They have also arranged to
S have deejay Stundoff at the prom.
S .We at Altha are very excited and
look forward to attending the 2006
Junior/Senior Prom.
WEIGHTLIFTING'. -
S. ""nadeeated Niaraxna,-l-oit


St. Joe, and Wewa in there second
meet of the year in front of a home
crowd. The final score was: Altha
47, Port St. Joe 38, Wewa.38, and
Marianna 34. Weight class winners
were: John Alday, Gary Chew,
-Dennis Goodman, Corey Mccalpin,
Chris Mccroan, and Nick-Hansford.
119 Weight class winner John Alday
won his weight class by over 100
pounds while Heavyweight Nick
Hansford dominated his weight
class with a 350 bench press and
a 305 pound-clean id jerk. Chris
McCroan broke the school record
[n the 183 pound weight class with
a 295 pound bench, press.: The
*Wildcats broke 6 school records in
kll at the meet on their way to the


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Liberty
County Schools
April 6 April 12,2006
A variety of fruits and
vegetables or fruit juice and a
choice of lowfat or whole milk
served with all meals.
THURSDAY
Breakfast Chilled cinnamon
applesauce, sausage patty, bis-
cuit with jelly.
Lunch: Beef nuggets, mashed po-
tatoes with gravy, turnip greens,
corn bread,.

FRIDAY
Breakfast. Orange sections,
ready-to-eat cereal, peanut but-
ter toast.
Lunch: Beef-a-roni, garden peas,
candied yams, yeast rolls.

MONDAY
- Breakfast Chilled apple juice,
ham slice, cinnamon crunch cof-
feecake.
Lunch: Hamburgers on buns, let-
tuce, tomato, pickles, French fries
with catsup, brownie with nuts.

TUESDAY
Breakfast Chilled pineapple tid-
bits, buttered grits, hot ham and
cheese toast. '
Lunch: Tacos/taco salad, lettuce,
tomato, cheese, whole-kernel
corn, peanut butter fudge.

WEDNESDAY
Breakfast Orange sections,
scrambled eggs, toast with jelly.
Lunch: Pizza, broccoli and car-
rots with dip, corn-on-the cob,
pineapple pudding.
All menus are subject to change [
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National Honor
NATIONAL HONOR
SOCIETY
On March 15 the National Hon-
or Society was pleased to induct
twenty-eight new members. The
inductees included, the following
students: Jessica Bontrager, Kaylin
Bontrager, Dana Clark, Kimberly
Clemons, William Coburn, Saman-
tha Dwiggins, Amber Eby, Molly
Fagen, Lane Golden, Britney Good-
w in, Brandi Greene, Jacob Guilford,
Carlos Hall, Melissa Howland, Alli-
son Jones, William Leonard, Jared
Li lly, Jonathan Lockhart, Rocio Lo-
pez., Joseph Maxwell, Meagan Par-
rish, Kaitlin Peacock, Amy Reid,
Caitlin Sanders, Jeffrey Stewart,
Nic Stoltzfus, Cassandra Tharpe,
and Ashley Whitfield.
The ceremony included speeches
on ihe National Honor Society's key
qualities of character, scholarship,
leadership, and service given by
senior members Ashley Gingerich,
Nicholas Myers, Adam Richards,
and Kate Atkins, respectively. Ju-


Society welcomes new members
I- B-TOWN HIGH SCHOOLTIGER TRACK EVENTS


April 4-7 Senior Trip
April 6 Baseball at Wewa 4 p.m.
April 8 ACT Test Date
April 11 Baseball against FAMU at
Softball at Port St. Joe 5 P.M.


nior members Tabinda Syed, Lauren
Wood, Maegan Davis, and Hannah
Johnson also lit candles as each key
quality was discussed. Principal
Keith Summers congratulated stu-
dents on receiving this distinction.
Special guest speaker, Mr. Douglas
Ginrgerich, also spoke on the impor-
tance of character in one's life and
how it can help us later in life. A
reception followed the ceremony in
the BHS Media Center.
YEARBOOK
SPRING CLEANING
Several past- issues are avail-
able of previous Blountstown High
School Sabertooth Yearbooks. This
is a cash and carry sale! One year-
book will cost $20 and more than


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one will cost $15 each. The fol-
lowing years are available: 1981.
1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991.
1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, 2000, and
2003. Remember, once these are
gone, they will never be reprinted!
If interested, please call Rhonda
Marshall at 674-5724 today!






Hands Around
Hosford School
VIOLENCE PREVENTION
WEEK United against vio-
lence: our community, our goal
school/community joint activity
- Violence prevention week,
April 10 through April 14.
-Please join our students, fac-
ulty and staff as we participate in
Violence Prevention Week. We
are asking all community mem-
,bers who can join our school on
Thursday, April 13 at 2 p.m. for
Hands Around Hosford: To show
our unity against violence and to
show our support for Hosford El-
ementary Junior High School. We
will be making a complete circle
holding hands around our school.
We need your help to complete
the circle. Please come out on
Thursday, April 13 at 2 p.m.


ROBERT F. MUNROE
STUDENT JOYNER WINS
TDS ESSAY CONTEST -
The national TDS Telecom
essay contest winner at
Robert F Munroe Day School
has been named. Jessica
Joyner, a senior at R F M,
will receive a check for $200
from Mr. Frank Holcomb
of TDS of Quincy. Local
winners advance to the area
level, and one student from
each level will advance to the
national level. The national
prize is a $10,000 scholarship
for the student and $500 to
the teacher of the winner
for educational materials.
Jessica is the daughter of
Bradley, nd .Mplarigin, Joyner
of Quincy. R.F. MUNROE PHOTO


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Calhoun Liberty Employees Credit Union,

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Continuing education courses set at Chipola


MARIANNA-Chipola
College will offer a variety of
short courses in the coming
weeks.
*A Cake Decorating II class
will meet Thursdays, April 2
through 30 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Cost is $41. An Advanced Level
Cake Decorating mI class will
meet Thursdays, May 4 through
25 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is
$41.


S*A20 Hour Childcare Training
course will meet April 1 and 8
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $76.
A 10 Hour Childcare Training
(developmentally appropriate
practices, 3-5 year olds) course
will meet May 6 from 7 a.m. to
5 p.m. Cost is $38.
*AnIntroductiontoComputers
with .Internet for Seniors class
will meet March 30 from 9 a.m.
to noon. Cost is $24.
*The Continuing Education

Chipola show
MARIANNA-The Chipola
College Show Choir will hold
auditions Thursday, April 13,
with call-backs April 14 in the
Chipola Arts Center.
Interested incoming freshmen
'and current Chipola students
are encouraged to -audition.
All students should come-
With: comfortable' clothes and
shoes for the dance audition;
a completed Show -Choir
Application (available in the Fine
Arts Office or at www.chipola.
edu (Fine and Performing Arts
Page Music Departmen'i and
an accompanied vocal solo.
Those auditioning should bring
either an accoiipaniment track.


Department also offers custom
motivational workshops for
businesses and organizations.
The following are available: Eat
That Frog: Stop Procrastinating
and Get More Done in Less
Time; Whale Done: The Power
of Positive Relationships; The
Pygmalion Effect: Managing
the Power of Expectations;
Discussing Performance;
The Attitude Virus: Curing
Negativity in the Workplace;,


Team Building: What makes a
Good Team Player?; and After
All, You're the Supervisor!
*Gatlin Education Services
(GES) offers, open enrollment,
online courses in: health care,
internet graphics/web design,
business, law andtravel. Register
online at www.gatlineducation.
com/chipola.
*Education To Go offers
online programs in: computers,
photography, languages,
writing, entertainment-industry,
grant writing, business, sales,
accounting, test prep, finance,
health, child care, parenting,
art, history, psychology,
literature, statistics, philosophy,
engineering, law and nursing.
For dates and course outlines,
visit www.ed2go.com/chipola.
For information .about any
of these non-credit courses; call
850-718-2395.


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cassette or CD or an accompanist.
Unaccompanied auditions are
not accepted.
Auditions begin at 4 p.m.,
Thursday, April 13, x% ith call-
backs at 4 p.m., Friday, April
14.
The Show Choir- performs
throughout the panhandle for
schools, civic organizations
and Chipola district events. The
Sho'k Choir has won awards
at the Inv itational .Show Choir.
Workshop; has participated
in the Florida Conmminit,
College Show Choir Festivals:
has been guest performer on,
Royal Caribbean and Cami'al
Cruise tines. The January Sho%\


Choir JAZZMATAZZ concerts
have been, sellouts for eight
consecutive years.
All choir members must take
a Show Choir class for credit
and register for MUN1370 or
NMLN2371i Scholarships are
a\ailjble and' must be .applied
for at the time of the audition.
Forms are available on the Web
or in the Fine Arts Office.
For information, contact the
Fine and Performing Arts office
at 718-2227, or Joan Stadsklev,
Director of Fine and Performing
Arts at Chipola College, at 718-
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Spanish film/lecture series set
MARIANNA-Chipola College professor Dr. Mark Ebel
announces a Spanish Film Series at the college.
The events are free and -open to the public and will be held in
Jackson Lecture Hall of the Chipola Literature/Language Building.
A lecture .and slide presentation. "Translation and Triage: Lessons
Learned from a Medical Mission to Honduras." second event--set
for April 1 from 4.30 to 5:30 p.m.-is The presentation chronicles
.Dr. Ebel's recent mission to the South American country. Ebel
presented a paper on the mission and served as a panelist on Health and
Society in Latin America at the recent annual professional meeting
of SCOLAS (Southwest Council on Latin American Studies).
'The final event in the series is a lecture: "Traveling to Cuba: Is
It Possible?" and a film, "Carros de Cuba," Tuesday, April 18, from
4:30 ,to 6 p.m. The lecture will provide practical information for
traveling to Cuba and a documentary film with a light-hearted theme:
the presence and maintenance of classic American cars in Cuba. The
film is mostly in Spanish.with English subtitles;
For information, call Dr. Ebel, at 850-718-2282.

Chipola Arts Scholarships available
S MARIANNA-Audition dates for music and theatre scholarships
at Chipola College for 2006-2007 are April 6 and May 4. The Visual
Art Scholarship application and portfolio deadline is April 20.
High School graduates ,with acceptable academic records and.
aptitude who plan to pursue studies as music, theatre or art majors
are eligible to apply.
Scholarships in various amounts, up to full tuition and fees, are
awarded on the basis of talent and academic record. Students with
financial need may seek additional assistance through the college's
Office of Financial Aid and the Chipola Foundation.
Applications may be obtained by phoning Chipola's Fine and
'-Performingf Arts Department at 718-2277. Applications 'also are
available at www.chipola.edu. Choose "Dep qB' 4dglick on
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Healthy Families North Florida 1st National Golf Tournament


Healthy Families North Flor-
ida is a community-based, vol-
untary home visiting program
intended to prevent child mal-
treatment by promoting posi-
tive parenting skills and helping
parents set and achieve goals for
themselves and their children.


Healthy Families North
Florida announces its first An-
nual Golf Tournament, a char-
ity tournament to help prevent
child abuse in Jackson, Wash-
ington, Calhoun, Holmes, and
Liberty counties, to take place
on Thursday, April 6 at 1 p.m.


The 18 hole event will take
place at the new Marianna
Oaks Golf Course and will use
a three-person format with no
handicaps. -
Cash prizes will be awarded
to first, second, third, fourth,
and fifth place and lunch will


be provided.
Corporate and Hole Sponsor-
ships are available but partici-
pation is open to the entire com-
munity. Same day registration
and pre-registration is available
for the event.
To find out more informa-


tion about how you can support
Healthy Families North Florida
prevent child abuse in your area,
sign up your team of golfers, or
learn moie about Healthy Fami-
lies North Florida, please contact
us at 482-2001 or visit us online
at www.healthyfamiliesfla.org.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEC- FAMILY LAW DIVISION AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY DANIEL P. KELLOWAY, at Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive,
OND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-
LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2004-010-DP CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION. Petiti 7200. The bid must conform to Section
oner 287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public
I XWM1= 0 -A -1-4;,.1.. IP titv rri es.


CASE NO. 02-20-GA

IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF

SANK LEWIS

Incapacitated


NOTICE

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on March 21.
2005, Ihere was placed on deposit in this
office funds" received from the Office of
Public Guardian as Guardian ofSank Lewis
in the amount of $235.81. Said funds are
all of the assets due to the heirs of Sank
Lewis and said assets remain unclaimed.
Some of the interested parties.may be:

Unknown

Unless said funds are-claimed on or be-
fore six (6) months from the date of first'
publication of ihis notice, said funds will be
forwarded to the State of Florida, Pursuant
to Florida Statules 744 53J. ,.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set my
hand and official seal at Bristol, Florida,
on Feb. 15, 2006.;

Robert Hill,
.-Clerk.of Circuit Couri, Liberty County
Jena Rogers, Deputy Clerk 2.22T412


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


N 1 THE INTEREST OF:
.


DOB: 07/20/1998

MINOR CHILD
- .


NOTICE OF ACTION


TO: CHAD DANIEL REID

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 1100 Front
Beach Road RM 113, Panama City,
Florida

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
petition under oath, has been filed in the-
abovde-styled court for the termination'of
parental rights and the permanent com-
mitment of A.J.R. a male child borrr on
07/20/1998, in Leon County. Florida to
the State of Florida, Department of Chil-
aren and Families; Adoplnon and Related
Services. a licensed child placing agen-
cy lor subsequent adoplion and you are
hereby lo be and appear in the above
court, before the Circuit Court Judge,
George S. Reynolds, 11I, at the Liberty
County Courthouse,10818 NW State
Road 20, Bristol, Liberty County, Florida
on Thursday. April 20, 2006, at 1:00 p m..
for a Termination of Parental Rights Ad-
visory hearing arid to show cause why
said petition should not be granted.

You must .appear on the date and at
the lime specified. FAILURE TO PER-
SONALLYAPPEAR AT THE ADVISORY
HEARING CONSTITUTES YOUR CON-
SENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF
YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE'


NOTICEOF INTENT

The City of Bristol, Bristol, Florida intends to hold a pub-
lic hearing on the abandoning of the following described
street:

Commence at the intersection of the Westerly right of
way of Pogo Street and Main Street, thence go in a
Northerly direction 127 feet along the Westerly right
of way of Pogo Street, thence go Easterly 5Q feet
to the Easterly right of way of Pogo Street,' thence
Southerly 127 feet along the Easterly right of way.
of Pogo Street, thence Westerly back to the Point of
: Beginning, as contained in Section 31, Township 1
North, Range 7 West.

Said PUBLIC HEARING shall be held on Monday, April
10, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. (ET) at Bristol City Hall, 12444 NW
Virginia G. Weaver Street. Said Notice shall be published
in the Calhoun-Liberty Journal. Any person who has any
interest in the outcome of the Petition to Abandon the
Street or are opposed to the same should appear at said
public hearing.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
those requiring special accommodations should contact
Robin Hatcher at City Hall no less than 5 days prior to this
hearing.

Dated this 5th day of April, 2006.


City of Bristol. Bristol, Florida


the Circuit Judge of said Court this 15th
day of March, 2006.

GEORGE S. REYNOLDS, III
CIRCUIT JUDGE 3.22T.412


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 2006-0018-CA

TIMOTHY S. MOWREY and LAURA J.
MOWREY,

Plaintiff

vs.

JACKIE MARIE JONES, LEONARD J.
HALL, DIANE W. HALL, JAMES D. HALL,
RUTH B. HALL, RODNEY JOHNSON,
MINNIE H. JOHNSON, RAINEY JONES
and MONROE JONES,

Defendant(s)


NOTICE OF QUIET-
TITLE ACTION

TO: JACKIE MARIE JONES, MONROE
JONES, and THEIR HEIRS and AS-
SIGNS

YOUARE NOTIFIED thatan action to quiet
title con ire Iolloaing pr.jpeit., ;n Caihiur,n
*County, Florida:

Begin al the Ntonhwesl corner of U.S.
Gov't. Lot 4, Fractional Sectii-n 13,
Township 3 South, Range 10 West,
and run thence South 01 degree 15
minutes 06 seconds West alorig the-
West boundary line of said Lot 4,
207.00 feet; thence North 87 degrees
32 minutes 52 seconds East, 1291.72
feet; thence South 54 degrees 41
minutes 17 seconds East, 710.6 feet,
more or less, to the ordinary high water
line of Dead Lake; thence Northerly
along said water line, 650-feet, more
or less to a Point on the North line of
said Lot 4, which is North 87 degrees
32 minutes 52 seconds East, 1867.0
feet, more or less; from the Point of
Beginning; thence South 87 degrees
32 minutes 52 seconds West along
said North line, .1867.0 feet, to the
Point of Beginning; Being in and part
of U.S. Gov't Lot 4, Fractional Section
13, Township 3 South, Range 10 West,
Calhoun County, Florida.

has been filed against you. You are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on DONNA S. BIG-
GINS, Esquire, MOWREY & BIGGINS,
P.A., 515 North Adams Street,, Tallahas-
see, Florida 32301, on or before April14,
2006, and file the original with the clerk
of this court either before service on the
plaintiffs attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.

Dated this 6th day of March. 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR


and

TAMMY L. KELLOWAY,


Respondent.


NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

To: {name of Respondent} Tammy L.
Kelloway

{Respondent's last known address} 1460
Mires Road Mount Juliet, TN 37122-
4208

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and that you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on {name of Peti-
tioner} Daniel P. Kelloway, whose address
is 2903 Douglas Rd., Panama City, FL
32405 on or before April 28, 2006, and
file the original with the clerk of this Court
at 20859 Central Ave. E. Room'#130,
Blountstown, FL 32424 before service on
Petitionerorimmediatelythereafter.Ifyou
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. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.

Dated: March 8, 2006.

Ruth Attaway, Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: L. Flowers, Deputy Clerk 3227 -12



2006 COUNTY ROAD 12 S.C.O.P.
PROJECT

PROJECT # 58.066

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS

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


2006 COUNTY ROAD 12


Completion date for this project will be 180
days from the date of the Notice to Proceed
presented to the successful bidder.

Liquidated damages forfailureto complete
the project on the specified date will be set
at $200 per day.

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

Bids will be received until 5:00 P.M. (EST),
on May 4. 2006, at the Liberty County
Clerk's Office, Liberty County Courthouse,
Hwy. 20, Bristol, Florida 32321, and will
be opened and read aloud on, May 4.
2006, at 7:00 P.M. (EST). The public is
invited to attend.

Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
$25.00 per set and is non-refundable.
Checks should be made payable to
PREBLE-RISH, INC.

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

If you have any questions, please cali
David Kennedy at (850) 227-7200. 4.5,1


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

CASE NO. 89-08--CP-02

IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF

ALICE ALBRITLE


Incapacitated


NOTICE

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Aug.
8, 2002, there was placed on deposit in
this office funds received from the Office
of Public Guardian as Guardian of Alice
Albritle in the amount of $300.44. Said
funds are all of the assets due to the heirs
of Alice Albritle and said assets remain
unclaimed. Some of the interested par-
ties may be:

Judy Broglin
208 E. Mowhawk Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33604

Ollie Brown
Unknown

Sarah Renflow
P.O. Box 1165
Riverview, Florida 33569

Earl Summeralls
Unknown

Unless said funds are claimed on or be-
fore six (6) months from the date of first
publication of this notice, said funds will be
forwarded to the State of Florida, Pursuant
to Florida Statutes 744.534.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set my
hand and official seal at Bristol, Florida,
on Feb. 15, 2006.


S..OtP. PROJECT Robert HiJl, -
Clerk of Ci.i.ft 6d "-
lans and specifications can be obtained, JenaRogers, Deputy Clerk 2.22T. 2


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7:7


.GULF COAST
AGGREGATES
OFFICE CLERK
needed, full-time position
Monday thru Friday.
Competitive wage.
Benefits included.
Contact
(850) 697-4669 I


C.W. Roberts, Inc.
has TWO immediate
openings for a
Dump Truck Driver
.and ONE
Tractor Trailer Driver.
CLASS A OR B LICENSE REQUIRED
Contact Ray McCoy
at379-8116. 3.29.45

Needed:.
Diesel Mechanic
with tools, transportation
and CDL license.


Call (850) 627-4224
A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE -

OneSt pCareerCenter
1 esle E Pear S. SLite 2,.
Bount6"n;f-' O)'674-588
The following positions are
available: Highway Main-
tenance Worker, Clerical-
Worker, Cashier, Stock Clerk,
Supervisor Food Service,
Dietetic Tech., Truck Driver,
Maintenance Worker.
EOE
S ir,. ,Ce Cr.g.la, WVc.,'kl.-.'is B.:i ,a UFN


Job opening for
GEORGIA-PACIFIC
CORPORATION
in Hosford:
INDUSTRIAL
ELECTRICIAN
needed in maintenance
department. Great
company to work for,
excellent benefits,
competitive pay.
Position is permanent
and rotating shift.
Three phase experience
needed, computer
skills a plus.
Call 379-4009
We are an
equal opportunity
"'- k, tnptoy pVlt Fa ,- ,. ,'


Help Wanted
FULL-TIME POSITIONS
*Class B CDL Driver
*Upfront Sales Associate
Paid full health insurance,
paid holidays & vacations.
Apply in person at,
ACI Strickland's
Hardware
Located on Hwy. 20 in Bristol


Needed:
Mechanic Assistant
PM Service & Tires.
Need tools & transportation.





Call (850) 627-4224
A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE


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HIRING
Family Service Worker
Calhoun and Liberty County Head Start

North Florida Child Development Inc. is currently accepting
applications from qualified persons for the following posi-
tion: :
FAMILY SERVICE WORKER

Preferred Credentials: Basic computer literacy and data-
base skills. Proficient use of Windows based programs.
Associate degree in human services field or a high school
diplomas with a minimum of two years successful work ex-
perience in human services.
North Florida Child Development, Inc.,-
Attn: Sebrina McGill, P.O. Box 38, -
Wewahitchka, FL 32465, (850) 639-5080, ext. 10, S
DFWP/MF/7-4/EOE



Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
has-openings for the following positions:
Emergency Department
RN Full-time position
7 on/7 off Hours: 3-11 and 11-7.
REQUIREMENTS: Must have current CPR and ACLS
and current Florida licensure
Medical/Telemetry Floor
RN Full-time position
Hours: 7 on 7 off/11-7 shift
REQUIREMENTS: Current licensure with the state of
Florida and current CPR.


Ward Clerk
Full-time position
Hours: 7 on 7 off/ 3-11
REQUIREMENTS: Current licensure
Florida and current CPR .


shift
with the state of


CNA
Part-time positions
Submit application to:
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
20370 NE Burns Ave., Blountstown, FL 32424
or contact Barbar Potter or
Donna Smith NO.^vi


NHC HOMECARE
Quality care is our business
Quality Assurance/Improvement RN
Our MARIANNA HOMECARE program is seeking a full-
time QA/QI RN. Successful candidate must have extensive
OASIS experience. Full-time position with benefit package
and competitive salary. Employee-friendly environment.
Interested candidates may fax their resume to: (850) 526-
5827, Attn: Sandra Glover, Administrator or may apply in
person at NHC HomeCare, 4121 Lafayette St., Marianna,
FL.
EOE/DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE



NHC HOMECARE
Quality care is our business
Contract Speech Therapist
Contract MSW
Our MARIANNA HOMECARE program is seeking a
Contract Speech Therapistand a Contract Medical Social
Workerto care for homebound patients in the Marianna and
surrounding areas. Interested parties may fax their resume
to: (850) 526-5827, Attn: Sandra Glover, Administrator or
may apply in person at NHC HomeCare, 4121 Lafayette
St., Marianna, FL.
EOE/DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE



r NHC HOMECARE -
Quality care is our business
Home Health Scheduler
Our MARIANNA HOMECARE program is seeking a Home
Health Scheduler to maintain daily schedules for clinical
staff, data entry, filing and other clerical duties. Qualified
candidate must have computer experience as well as general
office experience medical experience preferred. Benefits
are available. Interested candidates may fax their resume
to: (850) 526-5827, Attn: Sandra Glover, Administrator or
may apply in person at NHC HomeCare, 4121 Lafayette
St., Marianna, FL.
EOE/DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE


JOB OPENING

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

CUSTODIAN

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High School diploma or equivalent.
SExperience, in custodial work or equivalent is preferred.
Must provide written references upon request of the
Superintendent

COMPENSATION: $20,288 $22,828

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

Applications will be received from:
March 29, April 11, 2006

ONLY CURRENT APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED.

Employment will be contingent upon fingerprints being
cleared by FDLE


Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race. religion.
sex. age. National origin, handicap or marital status

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..LALCHICLA' *58 4TH STREET 850-653-9828
BLOUNTSIOWN 20455 CENTRAL AVE. WEST 850-674-5900
BRISTOL 10956 NW STATE ROAD 20 850-643-2221
CARRABELLE 912 NORTHWEST AVENUE A 850-697-5626
SMExco BEACH 1202 HIGHWAY 98 850-648-5060
Poar ST. JOE 418 CECIL G. CosTIN JR. BLVD. 850-227-1416

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0.115% APY on balann: Icss than S5,000. Fees rav reduce a.2Aodum earning After a-ciol opeung. the AP\ and intcrn- races are sabj"n
S ; to d..ne a ant ime ,incout noucc. Treasur) Che'akng acunioUns arc mntied to ,inhdacJ -.s and-non-pruo e tines.


HELP WANTED
North Florida Child Development Inc. is seeking a degree
teacher for its Liberty County program. Will be responsible
for instructing children, between the ages of 3-5, in activi-
ties designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual
growth that is needed to prepare for school. An Associ-
ate Degree in Early Childhood Education is preferred or a
current CDA and active enrollment in the associate degree
program. Must meet all training requirements as mandated
by the Department of Children and Families. Requires oc-
casional lifting of preschool children. Accurate and timely
records. Only team players considered. DFWP/M-F/7-3/
EOE
NFCD, Inc., Attn: Sebrina McGill, P.O. Box 38, Wewahi-
tchka FL 32465; (850) 639-5080,-ext. 10; Fax 639-4173;
Sebrina@headstartnf.org.
3-2. 4-.8

JOB OPENING
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applications
for the following positions for the 2005-2006 school year.
Applications are available at the Office of the Superintendent
located at 12926 NW CR 12, Bristol, FL. Office hours are
from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
TEACHER, MIDDLE SCHOOL
W.R.TOLAR K-8 SCHOOL
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution.
Certified in the appropriate area or willing to work toward
certification.
Must provide written references upon request of the
Superintendent.
COMPENSATION: $28,699 $48,886
A complete application and resume listing three (3)
professional references is required. Please submit application
to the Office of the Superintendent of Schools located in
the Liberty Education and Administration Center at 12926
NW CR 12 Bristol, FL. Reasonable accommodations
for completing forms and interviews are available for
people with disabilities when requested in advance.
For a request for reasonable accommodations, please
contact the Office of the Superintendent.
Applications will be received from:
Aprif3- April 17, 2006
ONLY CURRENT APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED.
Employment will be contingent upon fingerprints being
cleared by FDLE
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion,
sex, age, National origin, handicap or marital status.
V-AE-QUAL OPPORTUNrnY'APLOYER/DR9iYREESW- PLACE L
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THOMAS J. RUSHING
QUINCY-Thomas J. Rushing, 74, passed away
Monday, March 20, 2006. A lifelong resident of
Gadsden County, he was a member of Gretna Baptist
Church and a retired fireworks distributor.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Phillip
J. Rushing and Lila Bell Rushing.
Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Thelma
Rushing of Quincy; two' sons, Phillip Rushing of
Bristol and Jeffrey and wife, Amy Rushing of Quin-
cy; two sisters, Lillie Belle Bowman of Quincy and
Maysel Johnson of Tallahassee; three grandchildren,
Phillip, Hunter "Teddy Bear" and Oliver.
Memorial contributions may be made to Big
Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahas-
see, 32308.
Graveside services were held Thursday, March
23, 2006 at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Mt. Pleas-
ant.
Independent Funeral Home in Quincy was in
charge of the arrangements..

MELINDA SHULER STORY
BRISTOL Melinda Shuler Story, 43, passed
away Monday; March 27, 2006. A lifelong resident
of Bristol, she had a great love for the outdoors and
'flower':.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Lewis,
Bryant Shuler and Annette Bedgood.
Survivors. include her husband, Robert Story
of Bristol; one son, James Robert "Bobby" 'Story;
a daughter. Kimberly Christine Story; two broth-
ers, John Quinton Shuler of Blountstown and
Jody Bedgood of Greensboro; one sister, Sherri
Bodie of Greenwood; stepfather, Jim Bedgood of
Greensboro.
Graveside sern ices were held Thursda. Nlarch
30, 2006 at Blue Creek Cemetery in Hosford.
Independent Funeral Home in Quinc) as in
charge ofthe arrangements.

KATHRYN KELLEY MEEKS
HERROD WEATHERFORD
ALTHA Kathrn Kelley Weatherford, Went
to be with the Lord on Wednesday,. March 29.2006
at her home in Altha. She xwas born in North Platte,
NE, on May 2.6, 1926 to Floyd and Elsie Kelley.
At the age of 2, Kathryn moved to the Sand Hills
northeast of North Plane. Her later years were
spent in Altha.
She attended schools in Lincoln County. NE
and graduated North Platte Senior High School
in 1944. She was a graduate of Ocala Community
College of Cosmetology as well as North Platte
Community College-Nursing training and also
studied upholstering in North Platte with her
special friend Alberta Freeze. ,
Special interests in her life were her children,.
embroidering:and motorcycle trips with friend,
Doug Stillwell.
She %was baptized in the Church of Christ in
-North Platte in 1958.
She was preceded in death by her parents. a
brother. Jacky and a daughter. Janue Koscinski of
Hawthorn. NV.
She is surnnied by one son, Robert Herrod and
wife. DeNiece. of Spring. Texas: four daughters.
Sheryl Ondreas of Houston. Texas, Donna
McDonald and husband, Arthur. of Fitzgerald,
GA, Mary Ann Wood and husband. Ronald of
Altha. Rhonda Bauldree of St. Petersburg: two
brothers, Robert Kelley and wife, Margaret, and
Charles Kelley -and w.ife. Maxine, all of North
Platte; a sister, Mary Scarcello of Pueblo, CO; one
son-in-law, Matt Koscinski of Hawthorn. NV: 17
grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
Services were held Friday, March 31, 2006 at
Adams Funeral Home, with a memorial service
immediately -following, with Covenant Hospice
Pastor Jack Howell officiating. Interment will be
in New Shilo Cemetery in Altha at a later date.
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
t. '|- l l' I .i \ '


EILEEN CONRAD BAKER
QUINCY Eileen Conrad Baker, 73, passed
away Wednesday, March 29, 2006. She was a re-
tired associate of Wal-Mart in Quincy.
Survivors include her husband, Robert Lee
Baker of Quincy; one son, William Clyde Conrad
of Tallahassee; one daughter. Janice Elizabeth
Conrad Lambert of Quincy; two stepsons, Tommy
Baker of Quincy and Jerry Baker of Panama City;
one brother, Cecil Watts of Telogia; one sister, Eva
Lambeth of Tallahassee; 16 grandchildren and 19
great-grandchildren.
Services, were held Saturday, April 1, 2006 at
Sneads Assembly of God Church in Sneads. Inter-
ment followed in Hillcrest Cemetery in Quincy.
Charles McClellan Funeral Home in Quincy was
in charge of the arrangements.

FRANCIS OLLIE GRANT
BLOUNTSTOWN Francis Ollie Grant,
95, passed away Friday, March 31, 2006 at
the Blountstown Health and Rehab Center in
Blountstown. Born in Bascom on July 26, 1910,
she was the sixth child of nine children born to
Charles Pomeroy Grant and Bessie Mae Etheridge.
In 1929 she married John Marvin Halley and moved
to Blountstown where she lived until her death.
Throughout her life she took tremendous pride
and enjoyment in helping others and especially
enjoyed preparing fresh baked goods when this
niinistrk met a need. She % as a faithful member of
theBlountsto\\ n First Pentecostal Holiness Church
for o' er 70years and acti e in the Ladies Auxiliary
until her health declined. She %a, also a member of
the Order of the Eastern Star. Blounitsto! n Chapter
179. She and her husband. John Mar% in. bull the
tM\o-storN Halle' s Service Station on North Main
Street in 1946 \ here the \\ worked together until his
death in 1962. Follow ing his death. she % worked at
Pell's Department Store for approximately 25 years.
She also sern ed as a GraN Lady at the Calhoun Gen-
eral Hospital for over 10 \ ears. Her family as \ er,
important to her. and she leaves behind an indelible
mark on the lives of her children. grandchildren.
great-and-great-great-grandchildren. other family
members and manN friends. She % as much lo\ed
by her family, church and community and will be
missed by all.
She was preceded in death by her parents,
Charles and Bessie Mae Grant: her husband. John
Marvin Halley: seven siblings: her son. Johnny Hal-
ley; and a son-in-law. Frank Delano Ho" ard.
Survivors include two daughters. Mary Frances
How ard and Sandra and her husband. Clarence Sell-
ers, all of Tallahassee: one daughter-in-law. Sybil
Halley of Blountstown; one sister. NMaudell He\\ett
of Pine\iew. GA: seven grandchildren. 12 great-
grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held Monday., April 3. 2006 at
Blountstown First Pentecostal Holiness Church in
Blountstown with Rev. David Goodman and Rev.
Edgar Fuqua officiating. Interment followed in
Boggs Cemetery in Blountstownn.
-, Pea'v Funeral Home in Blountsto~wn was in
charge of the arrangements.


/ In Memory of
KIMBERLY CREEL PERRUCHON


Angel kisses until we meet again.
Love, Morn, Dad, daughter Alex,


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Lawrence lAnimalfHospitaf
43 N. Cleveland Street in Quincy OFFICE (850) 627-8338
4 Jerry C. Lawrence, DVM IV
Emergencies: (850) 856-5827 or (850) 856-5918 '
S-'i." Hours: Mon.-Wed.-Thurs. 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ,1 I j
Tues. and Fri. 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
I A DOCTOR'S HOURS BY APPOINTMENT. l
We provide: Boarding Grooming Pet Pickup/Delivery Pet Foods/
Supplies Preventive Healthcare Programs plus many more services.
WE ARE ALSO PLEASED TO OFFER A SPECIAL PREVENTIVE SPAY/NEUTER
PROGRAM TO HELP REDUCE UNWANTED PUPPIES AND KITTENS.


Keith's Auto Repair

& Performance Shop

We now carry a full line of exhaust mufflers
including Flowmaster, bynomax and others.

WE ALSO OFFER

* Installation and repair ofengines and transmissions.

* Oil and filter change $25.95(with a 25 point inspection)

* Dual Exhaust starting at $250.(with mufflers) ,


SInstall body and suspension lifts


Patchy greenup of lawns


As soon as the weather turns
warm, the lawn questions start.
One of the most frequent con-
cerns of gardeners this time of
year is a "dead spot" in the lawn.
Patches of dead grass in spring
are common, can be caused by
several factors and are very dif-
ficult to diagnosis correctly.
Extensive grass loss through
the winter is usually caused by
something that happened several
months ago.
Fertilizing too late in the year
can result in a spring dead spot.
An application of nitrogen in the
fall will promote shoot growth,
when the grass growth and me-
tabolism are slowing down.
This will deplete carbohydrate
reserves, which helps the grass
regrow from any stress, and will
also produce new, tender shoot'
growth that is less able to toler-
ate adverse conditions such as
cold. Therefore, late-season ap-
plication of nitrogen is not rec-
ommended.
Many of our lawn pests are
at their peak population late in
the growing season. A fall in-
festation of insects or diseases
can often go unnoticed because
the grass is beginning to go dor-
mant. In spring, the fall pest
problem results in very visible
brown dead patches. The prob-
lem pest may or may not be cur-
rently active. So, don't jump to


by Theresa Friday,
Extension Horticultural
Agent, Santa Rosa County




J




Patchy greenup of lawns is a
common sight in the spring.

conclusions and begin treating.
If anything, mark the border of
your dead spot .with something
like golf tees (something that
you can push down into the grass
and leave for a period of time).
If the dead area creeps beyond
your marked margin, then you
do have an active problem and
it needs to be diagnosed before
an appropriate treatment can be
started.
Poor cultural practices the
previous growing season can
also contribute to spring dead
spots by weakening the turfgrass
and making it more susceptible
to cold damage. Overwatering,
poor drainage, mowing too low
and overfertilization are a few
practices that will contribute to
winter kill.


Remember, our warm-season
turfgrasses are slow to recover in
the spring. Even though the day
temperat res are warming, the
night temperatures are keeping
the soil temperature cool. The
cool soil temperature keeps root
growth slowed which, of course,
slows shoot growth.
"Patchy greenup" is a term
used to describe the typical look
of a lawn as it begins to come
out of dormancy. Centipede-
grass comes out of dormancy
slowly and usually not uniform-
ly. Give your grass several more
weeks before you give up on it.
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some repair work. Rake out the
dead areas and either seed, sprig,
plug or sod the damaged area.
In summary, be patient with
your lawn. Warmer tempera-
tures and correct cultural prac-
tices will result in improved
growth.
Theresa Friday is the Resi-
dential Horticulture Extension
Agent for Santa Rosa County.
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in this article, is solely for the
purpose of providing specific in-
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warranty, or endorsement of the
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Ease. To place your ad, call 643-3333 or 1-800-717-3333 by noon
Eastern Time on Saturday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks.


Remington 30-06, bolt action,
comes with scope, $300. Call 674-
2256. 4-5,4-12

Toilet tank with lid, bone colored,
$25. Call 643-2301. 4-5,4-12

Glasses, gold trim in the middle
with design, $20; dishes and cups,
reasonable price. Call 674-3264.
4-5, 4-12

Kerosene heaters, $20 each. Call
674-5486. 4-5,4-12

Accordians, three to choose from,
priced at $50, $100 and $150; Hoh-
nermelodica, $50; two wetsuits, $50
for both. Call 762-8586. 4-5,4-12

Zep parts washer, $200 or best
offer. Call 674-8010, 4-5,4-12

Seven inch wood jointer, $225.
Call 762-3349. 4-5, 4-12,

Power wheelchair, brand new,
never been used, $2,500. Call 674-
5998. 3-29,4-5

Waffle board, four to five sheets
plus pieces, used, $25 for all. Call
674-8437. 3-29,4-5

Box of ladies pants, size 14, two
pair are brand new, $5 forwhole box.
Call 674-3264. 3-29,4-5




Bissell bagless vacuum, excellent
condition, $20. Call 643-4362..
-4-5,4-12

Double door fridge, off-white,
$100. Call 643-3090. 4-5,4-12

Kenmore stove, slide/drop-in glass
top, good condition, $300. Call 643-
5128. 4-5,4-12

Maytag dryer, white, $85; GE
washer, extra-large capacity, $100.
Call 643-2431. 4-5,4-12

Washer and gas dryer, $75 each;
24,000 BTU window AC, used one
summer, $300; 18,000 BTU window
AC, good condition, $150. Call 762-
3349. 4-5,4-12

Gas stove, brand new, $400. Call
674-3264. 3-29,4-5

Large hanging light, like new, for
living room or dining room, $25. Call
674-8437. 3 29,4-5




VCR, four-head, hi-fi stereo and
Toshiba DVD player, twin disk, ex-
cellent shape, remote and instruc-
tions, $50 for both or will trade for a
treadmill. Call 643-1495. 4-5,4-12

Hewlett Packard Deskjet printer,
black and color ink cartridges in-
cluded, excellent condition, $20.
ball 643-4362. 4-5.4-12

Dell 17-inch monitor, like brand
new, originally $325, asking $80.
Call 556-7025. 4-5,4-12

XBox, comes with $100 in acces-
sories and 15+ games, $200 or best
offer. Call 762-4077 or 557-3717.


Dell 17-inch computer monitor,
like new, $125 or best offer. Call
556-7025. 3-29, 4-5






Exercise/weight machine by Joe
Weider, like brand new, comes with
two seats and all weight lifting func-
tions, originally $850, asking $285;
treadmill, originally $700, asking
$100. Call 556-7025. 4-5,4-12

Exercise bike, best offer. Call 674-
3264. 3-29,4-5

Total Body Fitness as advertised
on TV by Chuck Norris, $50 or best
offer. Call 556-7025. 3-29,4-5




Dinette table, glass top, six cush-
ioned chairs with matching eter-
giere, $300. Call 643-5128.
4-5.4-12

Sectional couch with chaise
lounge, approximately one year old,
$650. Details, call 674-2842.4-5,4-12

Lazy Boy rocker recliner, $50;
indoor wood rocker with cushioned
seat, $50; loveseat, like new, full
length cushion, $75. Call 762-
3370. 4-5, 4-12

Sleeper sofa, $20; walnut night-
stand, $20; white deacon's bench,'
$35. Call 674-3264. 3-29,4-5


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Free wood shavings, you bag,
great for flower beds and gardens.
Call 379-8623. 4-5, 4-12

Riding mower, Briggs & Stratton
12 hp engine, 42-inch cut. Call 526-
1753. 3-29, 4-5

Garden mule plow, 5 hp Briggs &
Stratton engine. Call 526-1753.
3-29,4-5

Push mower,.6 1/2 hp, self pro-
pelled, $150. Call 643-6589. 3-29,4-5.

Concrete table and benches, call
674-5026 for more information.


3-29, 4-5


1996 GMCYukon, $5,400. Call 674-
5806 after 6 p.m. 4-5,4-12

1985 Ford Ranger, asking $800.
Call 643-4005. 4-5,4-12

1994 Dodge Conversion van, very
good shape, front and rear air, will
take a trade for part, $2,500 or best
offer. Call 643-1495. 4-5,4-12

1997 Corvette Coupe, 49,000
miles, white with black leather,
excellent condition, dual power
seats, 12 disc CD, $19,900. Call
762-8399. 4-5,4-12

1991 Mazda truck, runs excellent,
. good condition, $1,200. Call 674-
2256. 4-5,4-12

1954 Chevy truck, $1,000 or best
-Kit k. e* -*


Older Buick, can be restored, make
offer. Call 674-3264. 4-5,4-12

1993 Lincoln Town Car, 84,000
original miles, looks good, runs
great, new tires even spare is new,
great gas mileage, 22-26 mgp.,
$3,000 firm. Call 762-8459. 4-5, 4-12

1985 Ford stationwagon, six cyl-
inder, automatic, $600; 1987 Ford
F150, extended cab, 6 cylinder,
automatic, new paint, runs good,
$2,000. Call 762-8586. 4-5,4-12

2001 Lincoln Navigator, 85,000
miles, leather, moonroof, video
system, fully loaded, asking payoff,
$19,200. Call 643-3629 or 447-
0597. 3-29,4-5

2001 Ford Focus ZTS, four
door, power windows and locks,
leather, AC, new tires, CD, 78,000
miles, great condition, very clean,
single owner, $6,000. Call 850-933-
8468. 3-29,4-5

1991 Ford F250 truck, automatic,
AC, runs great, good condition,
$1,500. Call 762-3224. 3-29,4-5

1983 Ford -Bronco, full-size, 351
Windsor, V-8, 4WD, many extras,
great shape, $1,800. Call 643-3509
or 447-0881. 3-29,4-5

1988 Ford F150 Econoline van,
automatic transmission, power
steering, AC/heat, AM/FM radio,
runs good. Call 933-2667. 3-29,4-5

1988 Buick Park Avenue, excellent
condition, $2,000 or best offer. Call
643-7757. 4-5, 4-12

AUTO ACCESSORIES

1995 Ford Taurus, for parts only,
engine and transmission is good,
less than 70,000 miles, $950 or best
offer. Call 674-8010. 4-5, 4-12

Lift kit, side-step chrome bars;
four Super Sport Futura GLS tires,
P295/50RI5, fair condition; four
beautiful, American racing mag
rims; all parts coming off 1991 Nis-
san pickup, price negotiable. Call
643-5165. 3-29, 4-5


Week of April 2 to April 8
ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Stress is at the center of your
week, Aries, and you're a bit
worried it will overwhelm you.
Take the time for some unwind-
ing each day, and you'll man-
age.
TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
An altercation with a coworker
leaves you on shaky ground,
Taurus. You'd better wipe your
slate clean and stay out of trou-
ble for the next few days, or it
could hurt your career.
GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
You must make a firm deci-
sion on a trip you're planning
to make, Gemini. If you don't
settle on a date'and destination
by Thursday, it will be too late
to go.
CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Someone close to you has been
sneaking around behind your
back. It will take you a while to
figure out what this person has
been doing. Unfortunately, it's
not positive.


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1960. 4-5, 4-12




2005 17 ft. Mako, center console
with custom t-top. Call 674-9461.
4-5,4-12

Monark boat,'14 ft., 25 hp Evinrude
motor, "unsinkable" with Styrofoam
under the seats, casting platform,
galvanized trailer with new tires,
kept under shelter, $1,700. Call
899-3511. 4-5,4-12

13 ft. boat with 70 hp Evinrude,
trailer included, $1,500. Call 643-
8089. 4-5, 4-12

16 ft. Bracewell, V-bow, three
seats, livewell, trolling motor, depth
finder, 40 hp Mariner Magnum, all in
excellent condition, $6,000 or best
offer. Call 643-5516. 4-5,4-12

Small boat trailer, $110. Call 674-
8010. 4-5,4-12

1982 Regal Countess 180XL, 18
ft., 140 Johnson motor, skipole, dep-
thfinder, tandem axle trailer, $3,500
or best offer. Call 850-272-5159.
3-29, 4-5

Pontoon boat, 20 ft., double axle
galvanized trailer, 48 hp Evinrude
motor, needs some repairwork. Call
526-1753. 3-29, 4-5

V-hull Lasher custom boat, fiber-
glass, 14ft., 91/2 hp Evinrude Spor-
twin motor with gas tank, Minn Kota
17 lbs. thrust four-speed trolling
motor with 12 volt Everstart marine
battery, Hummingbird LCR 4000
D deepwater depthfinder, anchor,
paddle and extra seat, trailer has
like newtires and two-inch hitch with
lights and chains. May be seen in
Bristol, asking $1,400 or best offer.
Call 508-7084. 3-29,4-5

BOAT MOTORS

Mercury trolling motor, foot con-
trols, $50; aluminum boat trailer,
$200. Call 762-8586. 4-5,4-12


LEO Jul 23/Aug 23
Others have been underestimating your
mental capacity, Leo. Show them that
you're perfectly capable of handling
any tasks they throw at you and with
vigor.
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
You've been a bit abrasive in person-
ality, Virgo. It's one thing to be honest,
but definitely inject a bit of tact into ydur
commentary about others. Stop inadver-
tently offending.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
It seems you can't decide what you want
lately, Libra. You make one decision, and
then you quickly change your mind. Stick
with a path for more than the blink of an
eye.
SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22 -
It's hard for others to figure out which
of you they'll be approaching. After all,
you've been Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde lately.
You have to relax a bit and get your emo-
tions under control.
SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
Making amends with a family member is
a step in the right direction, Sagittarius.
Just don't be surprised if they're not so
receptive to your apology.
CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Things can't always go your way, Cap-


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others will not help any situation.
Rather, accept the things you can't
change and move on.
AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18
You have to be more receptive to
the feelings of those close to you,
Aquarius. Verbal barbs walk a fine
line of being funny and hurting oth-
ers. Think before you speak.
PISCES Feb 19/Mar20
Hold onto your hat; things are going
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WANTED?
to buy
Real Estate
10 to 1,000 acres,
reasonably priced.
Immediate closing.
Call
(850) 544-5441 or
V 850-899-7700




$999 King Bedroom Set. Bed,
chest, TV Armoire, 2 nightstands.
Brand new. Suggested List
$3500.'Must sell $999. 425-8374
BED $250 KING pillow-Top
mattress Set. New with Warranty.
Call 850-222-7783
BEDROOM SET -- Brand :new
sleigh bed with matching pieces._
Valued at $2500. Sell $750. 850-
222-9879
CHERRY SLEIGH BED SOLID
WOOD, NEW IN BOX, $250.
850-425-8374
COUCH I Loveseat / Chair.
Micro fiber. Brand new. Neutral
color. Must sell $800. 850-425-
8374
DINING ROOM, NEW Formal-
Cherry Set. Table, 6 chairs,
lighted china cabinet. Stilled
boxed, Sell for $850. 850-222-
7783
SOFA and LOVESEAT, NEW
LEATHER, Still wrapped, $750.
Can deliver. 850-545-7112
iMATTRESS._S ET: BRAND NEW
Queen PillowTop Set.- In- Plastic
with Warranty. Must sell $150.
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Additional runs of the same ad (more than 2 weeks) are $2 per
week and must be paid in advance. We do not bill for classified.


200340 hp Mercury, power tilt and
'trim, excellent condition, $2,800
firm; 2002 30 hp Mariner, big block/
can be converted to a 40 hp with
carburetor kit, excellent condition,
$1,900 firm. Call 762-2090, ask for
David or leave message. 4-5,4-12
30 hp Mariner motor with controls,
stainless steel prop, 15-inch shaft,
$1,250, will consider partial trade
on tiller handle motors; lots of used
outboard parts. Call 674-5720 or
447-0766. 3-29, 4-5
60 hp Suzuki motor, power trim
and tilt, 20-inch shaft, controls, prop.
$900. Call 674-5720 or 447-0766.
3-29, 4-5
40 hp Suzuki motor, power tilt,
prop, control box, 20-inch shaft,
$1,000. Call 674-5720 or 447-
0766. 3-29,4-5
40 hp Magnum motor, prop, power
trim and till, control box, 20-inch
shaft, $1,250. Call 674-5720 or
447-0766. 3-29,4-5
.40 hp Force motor, prop, power
trim and tilt, 20-inch shaft, $1,250..
Call 674-5720 or 447-0766. 3-29,4-5,

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Portable sawmill, Mitsul
dozer, new under-carria
hours on machine. Call
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Paint mare, 13 years old, brown and
white, $700; sorrel gelding, three
years old, $700; two-horse trailer,
$700. Call 762-9504. 4-5,4-12
Registered Quarter Horse, 10
years old, $800; yearling filly, very
sweet natured, $250. Call 674-
2716. 4-5,4-12
American Pitbull terrier puppies,
ADBA registered, health certificate,
first shots and papers, black brindle
male and fawn female, $300 each.
Call 379-8973, ask for Charles.
3-29, 4-5
FREE PETS
Male puppy, three to four months
old, black with tan markings, very
playful-and gentle, free to good-
home. Call 379-3365 or 508-
4722. 4-5,14-12
Puppies, four to choose from, free
to a good home. Call 643-4088.
4-5,4-12

Alaskan Husky, four years old,
neutered, great with kids, prefer-
home with fenced in yard, 'very
friendly, loves attention, free to a
good home". Call 643-2168. 4-5,4-12


bishi BD2F Cocker Spaniel, red, adult male,
age, 1,000 free to good home. Serious inqui-
674-9461. ries only please. Call 643-2390
45, .412
evenings, if no answer, leave mes-
sage. 3-29,4-5


German shepherd puppies, two,
females, black with tan markings,
three months old, approximately
25 Ibs. each, $150 each. Cal f643-
4551. 4-5,4-12


Found: Gray and white kitten
with blue cloth collar and bell on
Woodham Lane in Bristol. Call 643-
2385. 4-5, 4-12


National Wild Turkey Federation


Live Big River Lohgbeards Chapter Gun
Auction i Raffle.
Si-e IFifth Annual :HUN TING aDoor
Auction Prizes!
HERITAGE BANQUET.


Saturday, April 15 .

/ FVeterans Memorial

Park Civic- Center
H-wy. w12 South in Bristol


Doors'openat 6 p.m.(ET) :
inner at 7 p.m. (smoked steak)





Everyone invited to attend a fun filled
imily event to help support the NWTE i


For tickets or information call Rick Johnson 762-4148,
Jim Waldron 674-4855 or Pam Joiner 643-3055


Lost: Camera in black case, pos-
sibly left atthe PioneerSettlement in
Feb. Call 674-4404. 4-5, 4-12


Wanted: Older refrigerator and a
treadmill. Call 643-1495. 4-5,4-12
Wanted: Motor for a 1994 Ford
van; lookingforsomeonethatwants
to trade two or three vehicles for
anything of value: Call 674-3264.
4-5,4-12
Wanted: 10 hp or 15 hp outboard
motor. Call 670-4589. 4-5,4-12
Wanted: Used outboard motors,
any size orcondition, whole or parts.
Call 674-5720 or 447-0766. 4-5, 412
Wanted: Winchester over and un-
der, 30-30 or 22. Call 643-5486..-
.- .: 4-5
Wanted: Junk cars and trucks, any
condition, no charge for-removal.
Call 762-8459. 3-22T. 5-24


50 x 100 lot, comes with two trail-
ers joined (looks like a doublewide),
needs minor repairs, located in
Sumatra on Sixth St., $13,000. Call
379-8848 or 643-7325 cell. 4-5, 4-12
Land and mobile home in Bristol,
lot 100/W x 179/L, four bedroom,
three bath doublewide with fire-
place, 24 x 24 covered shed and
12 x 24 back porch partially cov-
ered, $53,000. Call 643-9890 for
an appointment, leave message if
needed. 4-5,4-12
Buy, sell, trade with an ad in the
classified. For more information
call 643-3333 or fax to 643-3334.


PRESSURE

CLEANING
Call Vann at 643-3593


10 Acres, comes with older remod-
eled mobile home in NW Calhoun
County, $65,000. Call 272-5165.
4-5,4-12
Five acres, located in NW Calhoun
County. Call 674-8101. 3-29,4-5
Mobile home steps, metal frame
type, two to choose from, best offer.
Call 762-3496. 3-29, 4-5
Brick home, three bedroom, one
bath, completely remodeled with
new appliances, wood floor in the
living room on 1/3 acre in Altha city
limits. Call 674-4118 or 674-5811 or
899-3511. 3-29,4-5


ALTHA
Yard sale,. Friday, April 7 and Sat-
urday, April 8 beginning at 8 a.m.
at 25354 NE Fuqua Circle in Altha.
Something for everyone. Phone
762-3370. 4-5

BRISTOL
Yard sale, Saturday, April 8 from
7 a.m. until 1 p.m. at 11760 NW
Durham Road in Bristol. Many
items including an Ab Lounge, AE,
Abercrombie and Express jeans
of various junior sizes, toddler bed
and many household items in good
condition. Phone 643-5890 or447-
0299. 4-5
BLOUNTSTOWN
Yard sale, Saturday, April 8 on
Hwy. 71 N in Trailer City, Lot #37
in Blountstown. Clothes, small thru
large sizes, boy's size 14-16, king
size comforter set, king size bed-
spread, king and queen sheets, day
bed set, dishes, toys, towels, good
odds and ends. Cancel if rain. Call
674-8983. 4-5
Yard sale, Saturday, April 8 begin-
ning at 7 a.m. at 115 Hentz Ave. in
Blountstown. What-nots, household
goods, clothes, kerosene heaters,
$20 each, a little bit of everything.
Cancel if rain. Call 674-5486. 4-5


Northeast





SHULER HEIGHTS
Approx. 1,500 Sq. Ft. with 3 bedrooms & 2 bath-
rooms, full brick, hardwood floors, attached 2
car garage, concrete drive, excellent condition
on approx. 2/3 acre (120 x 246).

This is a beautiful, well maintained home with a
huge backyard and several nice oak trees. Lo-
cated on Judy Drive in Bristol. $167,900
This Womaion is beWieved to be corect but is not guaranteed.

)AiL'OR APPOINTMENT CALL
SE 570-9616
Michael Richter
Real Estate Agent


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FL Peanut Producers Association Scholarship available


LEWIS E. FENN
BRISTOL- Lewis E. Fenn, 79, passed away Sunday, April 2,
2006. He was born inApalachicola and had lived in Bristol for most.
of his life. He was a retired educator, counselor and musician.
He served as a principal at Hosford School and as a professor
at Chipola College. He was a veteran of World War II serving in
the U.S. Army where he earned medals including the Purple Heart,
Good Conduct Medal, Bronze Star and Sharp Shooter Medals in
Battle of the Bulge.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Lewis and Bessie
Rhodes Fenn and his brothers, John, Jeff and James Fenn.
Survivors include his wife, Marilyn "Deloyce" Fenn of Bristol;
three daughters, Joycebeth Stoutamire of Hosford, Darlene Lample
and Joyce Hardwick of Bristol; one sister, Mary King of Bristol;
six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5, 2006 at
Adams Funeral Home Chapel in Blountstown with Elder Carlos
Deason, Dr. Lewis William Bullard and Lee Thompson officiat-
ing. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the funeral service.
Flowers will be accepted, however, contributions may be made
to either the families' private fund Attention: Marilyn at 31213
SW CR. 379, Bristol, FL 32321 orALS Association/Lou Gehrig's
Disease, 5005 W. Laurel St., Suite 110, Tampa, FL 33607 or St.
Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 332 N. Lauderdale, Mem-
phis, TN 38105.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown is in charge of the
arrangements.


from the Florida Peanut
Producers Association
MARIANNA The Florida
Peanut Producers Association is
pleased to announce the open-
ing of their 2006 Scholarship
Award Program, effective April
1.
Two $1,200 scholarships will
be awarded to deserving high
school seniors and/or college
students. The winners must be
the son or daughter of an ac-
tively producing peanut grower,
not necessarily a member of
the FPPA. It is the intent of the
Scholarship Award Committee,
however, that the award recipi-
ents attend a Florida junior col-
lege or four-year university.
Each winner will receive
$600 when the scholarship win-
ners are announced. The re-
maining $600 will be awarded
after the completion of one se-
mester and documentation of
passing grades is submitted to
the FPPA Office.
"The Florida Peanut Produc-
ers Association is. committed to


helping further the education
of young people in Florida and
the scholarship program is evi-
dence of our commitment," said
Ken Barton Executive Director
of the FPPA.
"The FPPA welcomes all ap-
plicants. The final selection will
be made by the committee and
all applicants will be notified


by mail, as will the scholarship
winners," said Barton.
For an application contact the
FPPA Office at 2741 Penn Ave.,
Suite 1, Marianna, FL 32448 or
call 526-2590.
FPPA Scholarship applica-
tions must be postmarked no
later than July 1, 2006.


BILLY JOHN
EDWARDS
CLARKSVILLE Billy
John Edwards, 75, passed
away Sunday, Apr il 2, 2006 at
Southeast Alabama Medical
Center in Dothan.-He was a
past member of the Lions Club
as well as the Amvets. He was a
truck driver by trade and loved
to be out on the road. He will be
missed greatly by his fa mily.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Walker and Mary
Edwards as well as his sister,
Gladys Edwards.
Survivors include his lov-
ing and dedicated wife, Lodel
Edwards of Clarksville; two
sons, Barri Word of Clarks-
ville ,and Shawn Edwards of
South Carolina; three daugh-
ters, Sheila Helms of Dade
City, Glenda and her husband,
Dewey Skinner of Clarksville
and Denise and her husband,
Danny Williams of Altha; two,
brothers, Walker and his wife,
Ailene Edwards Jr. of Winter
Haven and Charles and his
wife, Mary Jo Edwards of
Dundee; nine grandchildren,-
13 great-grandchildren and one-
great-great-grandson.-
A memorial service will be
held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday,
April 5, 2006 at Victory Hill
Pentecostal Holiness Church
with Pastor Dewayne Tolbert
officiating and Hall Funeral
Home directing. Memorializa-
tion will be by cremation.
* Hall Funeral Home in Altha
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APRIL 5,2006 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 27


Congressman Allen Boyd receives 'Spirit of Enterprise' Award


WASHINGTON, D.C. -
Congressman Allen Boyd, D-
North FL, received the "Spirit
of Enterprise" award from
the United States Chamber of
Commerce for his strong support
of a pro-economic growth
legislative agenda in the first
session of the 109th Congress.


"It is such an honor to
receive this award from the
U.S.. Chamber of Commerce,"
said Congressman Boyd. "The
federal government can play a
meaningful role in providing
economic opportunity for our
businesses, and I am proud
to work with the Chamber


of : Commerce to promote
more economic growth in our
communities and throughout the
country."
The Chamber awards the
"Spirit of Enterprise" based on
rankings it gives members of
Congress for key business votes.
Among the votes counted by


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the Chamber in 2005 were the
passage of class action reform,
bankruptcy reform, a long-term
highway bill, and the renewal of
the federal terrorism insurance
program.
"Our communities are
stronger because of the work and
dedication of the local chambers
and their membership," stated
Boyd. "I will continue to work
in Congress to support our
chambers and the issues that
are important for the economic
development of North Florida."
-Chamber-designated "key
votes" are recorded floor votes on
issues established as priorities by
the Chamber's board of directors
and on which the Chamber
communicates its position
prior to the vote. Members
of Congress who support the
Chamber's position on at least
70 percent of key votes receive
the "Spirit of Enterprise" award.

Crist subpoenas
voting machine
companies
TALLAHASSEE -
Attorney General Charlie Crist
announced that his office has
issued investigative subpoenas
to the three companies certified
to provide voting machines
to Florida's counties. The
subpoenas seek copies of
documents relating to sales of.
voting machines by Diebold
Election Systems, Inc., Election
Systems & Software, Inc., and
Sequoia Voting Systems, Inc.
in Florida since January 2003.
"It is critical for our
democratic process to work
efficiently and effectively, but
of most importance, fairly,"
said Crist. "These subpoenas
are to ensure that the rights of
our voters with disabilities as
%\ell as all Florida voters are
secured." .
Crist's office began the
investigation nearly February.
Diebold, Elections Systems
and Sequoia have supplied
voting equipment to every
Florida county for several
years. Part of the Attorney
General's investigation will
look into how the companies
marketed their voting machines
to each of the counties. Another
part of the investigation is
to determine why all three
companies declined to sell
voting equipment to Leon
County, placing the county
at odds with the federal Help
America Vote Act.
The Attorney General's
Civil Rights Division will be
assisting the Antitrust Division
because of the importance of
securing accessible voting
systems for all Floridians.
The subpoenas are seeking
information about whether
the companies agreed among
themselves not to do business
with the county. ,


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Life 'On the Rocks?'- National


Alcohol Screening Day is April 6


Thousands of sites across the
country will offer free, anony-
mous screenings for alcohol
use disorders on April 6, Na-
tional Alcohol Screening Day
(NASD). The goal is to help
people recognize the signs of
an alcohol problem and learn
where to get support and treat-
ment locally.
One in every 13 adults suf-
fer from alcohol abuse or -al-
cohol dependence. Millions
more drink in ways that can
place themselves or others at
risk. And for those who don't
personally have a drinking
problem, they may be directly
affected by someone who does
- approximately one-half :of
U.S. adults report a family his-
tory of alcoholism or problem
drinking.
As part of the program, at-
tendees will have the opportu-
nity to complete a brief, written
questionnaire assessing their
alcohol use and talk privately
with a health professional about
their results and next steps. The
program is free and confiden-
tial. To find local screening
site, visit www.NationalAlco-
holScreeningDay.org. For areas
where there are no local in-per-
son screening sites, commu-
nity members can take a special
online screening, which .will.
be posted at www.NationalAl-
cohoiScreeningDay.org from
March 27 to April 10.
"Research indicates that brief
interventions such as talk-
ing about your drinking with a
health professional at an NASD
event can help resolve mild to
moderate alcohol problems as
well as encourage those- with
more serious problems to seek.
treatment." says Douglas G. Ja-
cobs, MD, President and CEO
of Screening for Mental Health
and an associate clinical pro-
fessor of psychiatry at Harvard
Medical School.
Signs that you, a friend, or a
loved one may have an alcohol
problem:
*Drinking to calm nerves,
forget worries or boost a sad
mood
'Guilt about drinking
*Unsuccessful attempts to cut
down/stop drinking
*Lying. about or hiding drink-
ing habits
*Causing harm to oneself
or someone else as a result of
drinking
*Needing to drink increas-
ingly greater amounts in order
to achieve desired effect
*Feelifig irritable, resent-
ful or unreasonable when not
drinking.
*Medical, social, family, or
financial problems caused by
drinking
Held in April as part of Alco-
hol Awareness Month, NASD
is a program of the nonprofit
Screening for Mental Heal
HealthW


221,000 people attended a Na-
tional Alcohol Screening event.
Of those that completed a
screening form, 45% scored in
the hazardous or harmful drink-
ing range. For more informa-


tion about National Alcohol
Screening. Day or to find a site
offering free, anonymous alco-
hol screenings: near you, visit
www.NationalAlcoholScreen-
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