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Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 2006
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Michael Ray Rhames


Pair arrested leaving

county with stolen

4-wheeler Monday
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Two people who were heading out of Liberty County with a trailer
pulling a stolen four-wheeler behind a pickup were arrested minutes
after the theft was discovered Monday morning.
A black Toyota Four-Runner seen at the home where the ATV was
stolen from was stopped 25 minutes later at a construction zone one
mile south of the counts line on State Road 65 North, according to
a report from the Liberty County Sheriff's Department.
Taken into custody on theft charges was the driver of the truck,
identified as Michael Ray Rhames, 37, of Quincy, and his passen-
ger, 30-year-old Amanda Suzanne Holten, who had been living in
Bristol but recently moved to Orange.
According to the sheriff's office, a witness reported seeing a
man being dropped off from a black pickup near the residence of
Larry Shuler around 9:10 a.m. The witness thought the man was
acting suspiciously and watched as he slipped through the woods
on Shuler's property after the truck drove off.
When the property owner was notified, he discovered that a 1996
Suzuki quad-track four-wheeler was missing and said it appeared it
had been driven across the back of his property toward Ray Kever
Road. From there, tracks indicated the four-wheeler had been
loaded on a trailer which then turned onto County Road 12 South
and traveled southbound.
After an alert was issued for the black pickup and trailer, Cpl. Ja-
mie Shi\ er spotted the truck at 9:35 a.m. and stopped the driver.
After handcuffing Rhames. Shiver conducted a pat-down search
of the suspect and found a pipe with crack cocaine residue in his-
front pocket.
Both Rhames and his passenger later gave statements admitting
to the theft and burglary.
Major Donnie Conyers attributed the quick arrest to the fact that,
"We got good information and it all worked out."



Miss

Liberty

County

2006 is

crowned
Jolene Schmarje was ;'
crowned Miss Liberty
County 2006 in the
pagent held Friday night
at Veterans Memorial
Civic Center in Bristol. -
Shown offering their
congratulations just after
her win are twins Kelly
and Casey Lathem. For
more on the pageant,
please see page 17.

PHOTO COURTESY'
JACKLEG PHOTOGRAPHY


YOU'RE OUT! Liberty County Bulldog shortstop Preston Burke plays
cop as he prevents a steal at second by a Sneads opponent during the
first round of the Florida High School Athletic Association State Playoffs
April 2 in Bristol. The Bulldogs won 10-4. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTO


Liberty County Health Dept. gets


new doctor & loses administrator


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Dr. Jerry Boland of Tallahas-
see was introduced at Thursday
night's Liberty County Commis-
sion meeting by David Odum,
administrator of the Calhoun and
Liberty County Health Depart-


ments, and is expected to begin
work June 1.
Boland is currently the di-
rector of rural health and an
associate professor in the Dept.
of Family Medicine and Rural
Health at the FSU College of


Medicine.
"Dr. Boland has a distin-
guished career in public health
with a passion for providing
access to care for the indigent,
uninsured and underinsured,"
Odum told the board.
Boland was hired to take over
.the duties for Dr. Mari Thomas,
who was fired early this year
from the health department.
After reminding the board
of the upcoming ribbon-cutting
ceremony at the new children's
dental clinic in Bristol, Odum
noted, "To have assembled the
professional team of Dr. Jerry
Boland, Medical Director; Dr.
Jeremy Lewis, Dental Direc-
tor and Mr. Jim Bryan, ARNP
to staff of the Liberty County
Health Department within six
months of Dr. Thomas' departure
is nothing short of miraculous
and marks a first for Liberty
County."
But an effort by board chair-
man John T. Sanders to get
Odum out of.the Liberty County
Health Department has succeed-
ed. Odum's bosses at the Dept.
of Health in Tallahassee backed
his administrative actions in Lib-
erty County but Odum learned
recently that efforts had begun to
separate the Calhoun and Liberty
County Health Departments,
which have traditionally
See Health Dept. on page 15


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Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL ;IVAY 10,.2006


Scuffle during arrest leads
to arrest for battery on a law

enforcement officer Friday
A man wanted for tampering with a witness
has a few more charges to face after a scuffle with
deputies at the Calhoun County Courthouse Friday
afternoon.
According to the report from the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Department, Lt. Adam Terry
was on the second floor of the courthouse when
he noticed John Charles LaFollette Jr., 61, stand-
ing by the bathroom at 1:30 p.m. Terry, who had
a warrant for his arrest in his. hand at the time,
approached LaFollette and asked him to step into
the courtroom.
Once inside, Terry informed LaFollette that he
was under arrest. LaFollette responded by curs-
ing and started to walk away. He ignored Terry's,
request to stop so the officer grabbed his left arm
and attempted to put it behind his back to handcuff
him but LaFollette escaped his grip.
When Terry again tried to grab the suspect,
LaFollette shoved the officer against the wall with
both of his hands on TerrY). chest. Terry then
grabbed his arm and tried to pull him off his feet
but both men lost their balance and fell against the
wall on the east side of the hall.
The officer's shoulder knocked a 5" x 5" hole
in the wall.
Nearby, Deputy Bliss Moreau heard the distur-
bance and responded. Moreau got LaFollette on.the
floor with the assistance of Deputy Scott Norris.
LaFollette repeatedly ignored instructions to
place his hands behind his back and struggled until
the officers could forcefully handcuff him.
After being cleared medically, LaFollette was
booked into the county jail on two counts of battery
on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest in
addition to his original charge of tampering with
a witness.
Moreau was treated for a sprained right wrist.
LaFollette is being held without bond.
The tampering charge stemmed from a complaint
that LaFollette had threatened to create problems
for the family of a witness who was scheduled to
testify against his son in an upcoming case.


Driver charged with meth
& marijuana possession
A man identified as a habitual traffic violator was
arrested Saturday evening after two deputies from
the Calhoun County Sheriff's Department observed
his vehicle weaving within its lape of travel along
State Road 20.
After stopping the vehicle at 6:42 p.m., the depu-
ties learned that the driver, identified as 33-year-old
Charles Benjamin Barbee Jr., hada suspended license
due to a prior DUI in Utah.
During a search of the driver, an ink pen with what.
appeared to be methamphetamine residue was found
in the right front cargo pocket of his pants. Officers
then searched his vehicle and found the following:
two burnt marijuana cigarettes inside a cellophane
wrapper, a plastic bag that contained an unopened
bottle of denatured alcohol and two cardboard boxes
with approximately 300 match strike plates each.
The alcohol and match strike plates' are commonly
associated with the production of methamphetamine
using the red1 phosphorus method, according to the
deputies' report.
After Barbee was taken to the sheriff's department,
he acknowledged that he had smoked methamphet-
amine and marijuana earlier in the day. He said the
denatured alcohol and striker-plates were going to
be used in the production of methamphetamine but
he would not reveal .where the drug was going to be
produced, according to deputies. Barbee admitted that
he was going to trade those ingredients for metham-.
phetamine, according to the report.-
Barbee was charged % ith possession of meth-
amphetamine, possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and
felony driving while license suspended or revoked as
a habitual traffic violator. He was also issued citations
for violating his suspended license driving restriction.
' along with possession of a controlled substance while
in physical control of a motor vehicle.


CALHOUN COUNTY
April 27: Robert Harris, FTA (two times Jackson
Co.), expired driver's license.
May 1: Daniel Summerlin, VOP (state); Tara Cun-
ningham, possession of less than 20 grams, pos-
session of drug paraphernalia; Jacqueline Hancock,.
possession of less than 20 grams, possession of
drug paraphernalia, driving while license suspended
or revoked.
May 2: Alberto DeLaLuz, trespass in structure
or conveyance; Thomas Haddey, FTA; George
Mauldin, possession of more than 20 grams;James
Lawthen, violation of county ordinance, consump-
tion of alcohol in county park.
May 3: Kenneth Lamonte, VOP; Robert Perez,
VOP; Chaioma Smith, VORP.
May 4: Richard Whitehead, stalking; Jocelyn
Honoe, VOP.
May 5: Jason Tucker, FTA (8 times); John LaFol-
lette, tampering with witness, resisting with violence;
Heather McClellan, disorderly conduct.
May 6: Marcial-Ruiz Raul, no valid driver's li-
cense; Charles Barbee Jr., driving while license
suspended or revoked (habitual), possession of
meth, possession of less than 20 grams, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
May 7: Kellie Marie Odom, holding for Jackson
Co.; Alvin L. Bell, possession of less than 20 grams
of cannabis; Melvin J. Moore, possession of less
than 20 grams, possession of controlled substance;
Kelly Georgene Murray, possession of less than 20
grams, possession of a controlled substance.

LIBERTY COUNTY
May 1: Conley Burke, two counts of aggravated
battery.
May 2: Tara Lynn Cunningham, holding for CCSO;
Jacqueline Denise Hancock, holding for CCSO;
Anthony Forte, VOP; Charisma Tarussell Smith,
holding for CCSO.
May 3: Gregory Matthew Gay, VOP.
May 5: Johnnie Ryan Petty, serving weekends;
George Todd, serving weekends; Heather Nicole
McClellan, holding for CCSO.
May 6: Jason Phillips Baker, no driver's license,
habitual DUI, refuse to submit to breathalyzer test;
Jesus Juan Benitez, no driver's license.
May 7: Kelli Marte Odom, holding for CCSO.
May 8: Kelly G. Murray, holding for CCSO.

Listingsincludenamefollowedbychargeandidentlficationofarreting agency. The namesabove represent
Those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Blountstown Police Dept.
May 1 through May 7, 2006 .
Citations issued:
Accidents............ 04 Traffic Citations...... ..........06
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)......65
Business alarms....01 Residential alarms...........00
Complaints..... ..... .. .. ........ ...............1................. 64


BPD DRIVER'S LICENSE & VEHICLE
INSPECTION CHECKPOINTS The
Blountstown Police Department will be conducting driver's li-
cense and vehicle inspection checkpoints for the month of May on
N. Main St., S. Main St., River St. and Central Ave. in the city of
Blountstown.
Recognizing the danger presented to the public by defective ve-
hicle equipment, officers will concentrate their efforts on vehicles
being operated with defects such as bad brakes, worn tires and de-
fective lighting equipment..In addition, attention will be directed to
drivers who would violate the driver's license laws of Florida.
The Blountstown Police Department has found these check-
points to be an effective means of enforcing the equipment and
driver license laws of Florida while ensuring the protection of all
motorists. .


Boxcutter confiscated after
altercation at SR 67 & 65
A Liberty County man was charged with two
counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
after an altercation May 1 at the intersection of State
Road 67 and State Road 65.
Conley R. Burke was arrested following the inci-
dent, which happened shortly after 6 p.m.
According to the report from the Liberty County
Sheriff's Department, Burke was in a vehicle driven
by his sister early that evening when they met up
at the intersection with Jerry McCullen, who was
behind the wheel of his girlfriend's Ford Explorer.
Burke, armed with a boxcutter, got out of the Jeep
he was riding in and tried to slash McCullen's arm
through the open driver's side window, according to
the report from the Liberty County Sheriff's Depart-
ment. McCullen was not cut but Burke left marks
on the vehicle's doors.
McCullen, who had three passengers in the ve-
hicle, including his girlfriend, pulled around the Jeep
and drove to a home on Burlington Road.
Burke followed McCullen and when the two ve-
hicles stopped, Burke got out, carrying a wooden bait
stob in his hand as he headed for McCullen, who had
run into the house. When a witness said the sheriff's
office would be contacted, Burke left.
A deputy found Burke at this sister's home on
Burlington Road and took him into custody. When
asked about the incident, Burke told the deputy he
and McCullen had fought over a girl several months
ago and "he was still mad about it."
Burke handed over the boxcutter, Which was
placed into evidence at the sheriff's office.
Drive home ends with DUI arrest
A drive back from the river ended with the arrest of
a Hosford man early Saturday morning.
Jason Phillip Baker, 39, was pulled over at 2:31 a.m.
after turning off State Road 20 onto Hwy. 65 South in
Hosford when a deputy noticed he had trouble stay-
ing in his lane and did not have a tag displayed on his
vehicle.
After the deputy turned on his emergency lights,
Baker continued on for about a half mile before pull-
ing into a private driveway and stopping. He exited
the vehicle and told Deputy Timothy Partridge that
his license was suspended and said his tag must have
blown off, according to the report from the Liberty
County Sheriff's Department.
Noting that Baker's speech was slurred and his
eyes watery, the deputy asked if he'd been drinking
and detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming
from the driver. Baker admitted he'd consumed "some
whiskey" and identified a glass found in his vehicle as
containing a mixed drink. He said he was returning
from the river, where he had been drinking earlier.
Baker was charged with driving with a suspended
license, refusal to submit to a breathalyzer test and
habitual DUI.

Representative Marti Coley outlines

budget projects for House District 7
from the Florida House of Representatives
TALLAHASSEE State
Representative Marti Coley
(R-Marianna) announced her
optimism regarding the bud-
get agreement reached by the
House and Senate during the
2006 Legislative Session.
"The budget we have ap- 4
proved protects the state's most vulnerable, does
not raise taxes on Florida's working families, and
lives within its means," said Representative Coley.
"This budget has met the pressing needs of our citi-
zens, especially in the Panhandle."
In K-12 schools specifically, this includes an ex-
tra $1.77 billion for the Florida Education Finance
Program (FEFP), 'a stunning 10.76% increase over
last year. Funds per student are up $542 or 8.68%
and the total FEFP is $18.3 billion.
The budget passed by the legislature now goes
to Governor Jeb Bush for his approval.
Many projects were included in the 2006-20007
Fiscal Year budget that are of special interest to
House District 7.







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Man wanted on 8 outstanding warrants

arrested after melee at home of relative


A man wanted for eight counts
of failure to appear in Calhoun
County court was arrested after a
disturbance at a relative's home.
According to a report from
the Calhoun County Sheriff's
Department, 29-year-old Jason
L. Tucker was taken into custody
after a deputy responded to a call
at the Vaughn residence on Four


Winds Lane.
Deputy Jared Nichols arrived
at 12:25 a.m. Friday to find
Tucker struggling in the yard with
his cousin, Lisa Vaughn. Tucker
complied when Nichols told him
to get on the ground and he was
taken into custody.
According to Nichols' report,
Vaughn stated that she was asleep


Man charged with stalking
A 20-year-old man was charged with stalking after he pulled up
near a business on State Road 73 where two people were taking their
lunch break on a porch and began acting aggressively, according to a
report from the Calhoun County Sheriff's Department.
Richard Whitehead made an obsene gesture with his hand at Timo-
thy Brown as he rode past the business around 11:10 a.m. Thursday.
When the vehicle stopped on County Road 287A, Whitehead and
another man got out and began yelling at Brown.
The two continued yelling until another man came out of the busi-
ness and told them to leave.
The report noted that Whitehead did not come on the property;
Brown did not leave the porch.
Due to a history of complaints about Whitehead harrassing Brown,
Whitehead was arrested for stalking and taken to the county jail.
Prior to the incident, an injunction for protection had been in place
to keep the two men apart until it expired on May 1.


in her home when Tucker broke
in through her front door, ap-
proached her and grabbed her by
the throat. She fled the home and
ran to a neighbor's residence to
call the sheriff's department.
While Vaughn was away,
Tucker remained on her prop-
erty and ransacked the house
and front yard, throwing posses-
sions everywhere and breaking
the windshield and driver's side
window on her car.
Vaughn declined to press
charges and Tucker was taken
into custody on a series of out-
standing warrants.
Warrants have also been issued
for him from Jackson, Bay and
Washington Counties for failing
to appear in court on worthless
check charges.
His bond for the Calhoun
County charges was set at
$2,350.38 but he remains in
custody due to a request from
Jackson County that he be held
without bond.


Traffic stop results in woman's arrest
A woman was charged with possession of marijuana and pills after a
Calhoun County Sheriff's Deputy pulled over her vehicle when he noticed
it did not have an operational tag light around 9:51 p.m. Sunday.
Deputy Zachary Barber stopped the vehicle and as he approached the
passenger's window, he smelled the strong odor of burning marijuana
coming from inside the vehicle and noticed a green leafy substance in
the passenger's seat. When asked why her vehicle was weaving in the
westbound lane, the driver, identified as 25-year-old Kelly Georgene
Murry, said it was because she had been eating.
During a search of the vehicle, the deputy found bits of loose mari-
juana in the passenger's seat and floorboard. Inside the driver's purse
was found a small plastic baggie which held a small amount of marijuana
along with four Xanax pills.
Murray was charged with possession of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana and possession of a Schedule 4 narcotic. She was also issued a
citation for being in possession of a controlled substance while in physical
control of a motor vehicle.
Two arrested on pot and pill charges
A 27-year-old man and his passenger traveling through Calhoun
County in a rental car just before 11 p.m. Sunday were taken into custody
after a stop for speeding turned into arrests for possession of Ecstasy and
possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana.
According to a report from the Calhoun County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, Alvin Lanard Bell was traveling 75 mph in a 60 mph zone when
he passed a marked patrol car and braked suddenly, causing his vehicle
to.start swerving inside its lane.
After stopping the Vehicle, Deputy Chris Porter was in the process of
writing the driver a citation for not wearing a seatbelt when he noticed
that the man was acting very nervous.
During a pat down search of the passenger, identified as Melvin Moore,
the deputy found a single pill that later tested positive for Ecstasy.
During a search of the vehicle by a drug dog, the K-9 officer gave
an alert at the-seam of the passenger's side doors. After looking inside,
the deputy found loose pieces of marijuana scattered throughout the
vehicle.
Both men were charged with possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana; Moore was also charged with possession of Ecstasy. Bell
was also issued a citation for possession of marijuana while in physical
control of a motor vehicle.
Beer drinker arrested for ordinance violation
The glow of a campfire caught the eye of a Calhoun County Sheriff's
Deputy patrolling along State Road 20 last week and led to the arrest of a
man who was wanted in Jackson County for failing to appear in court.
When Deputy Jared Nichols pulled into the park at 10:05 p.m. on May
2, one of the men standing at the fire approached him, beer in hand.
James E. Lawther, 33, of Fountain appeared "extremely intoxicated"
according to the deputy's report and was arrested for violating a county
ordinance against drinking alcohol at a county boat landing.
After being taken into custody, the deputy discovered Lawther was
wanted in Jackson County for missing a court appearance. He was later
released on a surety bond.






Page 4 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 10, 2006


Mayhaw May Day

set this Saturday
The Mayhaw School community will
sponsor its sixth annual May Day cel-
ebration at Clay Mary Historical Park on
River Street Saturday, May 13 at 9 a.m.
(CT).
At 8 a.m. there will be a basketball
tournament at the Blountstown Middle
School in the gym. Entries will be taxed
$50 per team.
There will be a "Mama like Daughters'
softball game between the seniors and the
youths at 4 p.m.
Beautiful trophies and certificates will
be awarded to champ and runner up.
At Clay Mary Park there will be plenty
of good food and junk food to eat, lots
of games to play, giant slide and exciting
gospel singing and holy dancing activi-
ties.
Vendors, exhibitors entertainers and
participants in the parade of helpers are
needed.
For more information, call G.B. Sheard
at 674-8683 or 674-5548, Debra Peterson
at 674-9819, Nela Wilson at 674-1299,
Ruby Davis at 674-8668 or Marjorie Pe-
terson at 674-3449.

New Hope School

reunion May 27
The 14th annual reunion of those who
attended New Hope School in North Hol-
mes County will be held Saturday, May
27 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Masonic
Hall on the old school site, south of Hwy.
2 on 179A, the Geneva-Westville Road.
Thousands of students. many of whom
live in the Florida-Alabama-Georgia Tri-
state area, attended New Hope School
which taught students from, 1890s to
1963. A covered-dish luncheon will be
held at noon.
For more information, contact Max
Thomas, 1300 Carlis Ln., Westville, FL
32464 or call 956-2714; Posey Vaughan,
Vaughan Dead River Rd., Westville, FL
32464 or call 956-2502; Pearl Thompson,
1284 Hwy. 163, Westville, FL 32464 or
call 956-4537.

Florida Meat Goat

Production Workshop
A Florida Meat Goat Production
Workshop will be held Saturday, May 13
from 10 a.mto 1 p.m. (CT) at the Calhoun
County Extension Office, 20816 Central
Ave. E, BlontIsto\\ n.
Topics to be covered will be Bio
Terrorism Awareness Education, National
Animal Identification System-Herd
Health, Pasture Management, and an
open discussion.
Please. call .the Calhoun County
Extension to register at 674-8323:.


Youth Volleyball Camp
The LCHS Volleyball team and Coach
Casi Peddie will be sponsoring a Youth
Volleyball Camp for girls ages 7-15. The
camp will be held June 5-9 at the LCHS
.gymnasiumfrom 9 a.m. to 2p.m. During
the camp participants \\ ill be taught skills
such as passing, setting, serving and
hitting. The cost of the camp will be $50.
Lunch \\ ill be provided.
Anyone interested ma\ contact Coach
Peddie at 643-4439 or stop b> the Liberty
.'ouny High School front office to get a
;ign-up form.


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Rotary Club meeils at .,alihoun-Liberly Hospital, noon
Liberty County Children's Coalition
...rr,.4-iT at li a m Em.ergencv Mari.ag.erri.ni Buildring3
.';. Weight Loss Support Group meets at 1 p m al Shelton Park Library

4-H Sportsman Club meeis at Veterans Memorial Cmic Center aher school
Boy Scout Troop 200 & 203 neets at 6:30 p.m., Mormon Church
AA meets 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. west door
.


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Liberty Women's Club
meets at 11 a.m.. Apalacnee Restaurant
Calhoun Co. Chamber of Commerce board Of
directors meets noon in the conference room
Search & Rescue meets at
Westside Fire Dept. in Blountstown, 6.30 p.m.


Todtyty

Judy Elaifie
White


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

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Echota Cherokee Tribe Pow Wow
in Allha (May 12-Mvlay 141


. Dance at the American Legion Hall in Blounisio.n,
from 8.30 p.nim 12 30 a mn


BHS Class of 1964 Reunion
at the home of
Sam & Judy Baitev. 5 p.m.


TodAy,"

Diane
McCalvin


Train Rides
Veterans Memorial Park
in Bristol, 11 a.m 3 p.m.


AA meets 7:30 p m. Hosford School cafternia
Dance at the American Legion Hail in Blountstown. Irom 8 30 p m. 12 30 a m
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To day'?

Morgen Br6wn
Altha Baccalaureate
Altha Church of God, 3 p.m.
Blountstown High School
Baccalaureate
in the auditorium, 5p.m.


Blountstown Adult
School Graduation
W T. Neal Civic Center. 7p.m.


Trail Riding Organization meets at Calhoun Co.
Extension Service Office. 6:30 p.m.


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Lindsay'
Anders


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

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Chipola Regional Arts Association
general meeting at Jim s Buffet & Grill, 11:30 p.m.

Calhoun County Commission meets 5 p.m, Calhoun Co. Counhouse


Calhoun County Industrial Developmental Authority
5 p.m. in Calhoun Co. EOC, Room G-35


Dixie 109 Masonic Lodge
meets 7 p.m. at
Masonic Lodge, Blountstown

Hosford-Telogia VFD
meets 7:30 p.m.,
Hosford Fire Station


Altha


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School
Graduation
in the gym.
7p.m.


Brownie Troop 158 meets
at 7 8:30 p.m., at Veterans Memorial Civic Cenler
Boy Scout Troop 206 meets al 7 p.m., Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center


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CDAE class meets

Saturday, May 20
from the Calhoun County Public Library
The Calhoun County -Child Devel-
opment Associate Equivalency Class-
(CDAE) will have a mandatory meeting
Saturday, May 20 at the Calhoun County
Public Library from 10 a.m. to noon (first
class). The instructor is Melinda White.
Please bring copies of 20 and 10 hour
certificates, current FA and CPR, high
school diploma or GED, 480 hours expe-
rience in a child care setting, note taking
materials and snacks.
Cost of the class is $250. Scholarships
are available (bring copy of check stub or
tax return).
Students will be provided with class
schedule and course overview on the first
night of class.
For, more information, contact Amy
Thomas at 872-7550 or Melinda White at
674-5200.


School Improvement

Committee meeting
The Calhoun County Adult School
will .have a School Improvement
Committee on Fay) 10 at 17283 NW
Charlie Johns Street in Blountstown.
We are located across the street from
Shiver's Florist and the Tiger's Den.
The meeting will be held in the brick
building.
The public is invited to this year's
Adult School Graduation that will
be taking place on May 15 at 7 p.m.
at the W.T. Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown.






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



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Working for you Day or Knight
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Stump grinding
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GIFT CERTIFICATES t l.
Gifts Statuary Potting Soil Shade Trees
Fruit Trees Flowering Trees Bedding Plants
Knock Out Roses Knock Out Rose trees
in assorted colors

McMillan Trees & Shrubs
Central Ave, across from Movie Gallery in Blountstown
Call 674-2454


Vegetable Field Day scheduled for June 1


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from UF/IFAS
QUINCY The University
of Florida/Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS)
will host its annual Vegetable
Field Day at the North Florida
Research and Education Center
(NFREC) in Quincy, Fla. located
on the Pat Thomas Parkway, on
Thursday, June 1, 2006. Regis-
. tration will begin at 8:15 a.m.
and research demonstrations
will be held between 9 a.m. and
12:00 p.m., followed by lunch at
12:30 p.m. Vegetable Field Day
has been approved for three (3)
CEU's for Restricted Use Pesti-
cide Licenses.
Vegetable Field Day is an
opportunity for local farmers,
county agents, agricultural dis-


tributors, commercial grow-
ers and garden enthusiasts to
learn about the most recent
UF/IFAS research results and
techniques.
There will be an in-depth dis-
cussion on utilization of special
pollinizers in seedless water-
melon production, which will
include a discussion on selection
and how best to use these special
pollinizers and attendees will be
able to look at some of the new
seedless watermelon varieties
that are or will be available for
their use. Attendees will also
learn about selection of toma-
to and onion varieties that are
adapted for this area and use of
repellants for control of thrips
and Tomato spotted wilt.


Calhoun Co. Flathead catfish tournament coming up


from the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce


The llth annual Big River
Roundup Flathead Catfish Tour-
nament will be held Friday, May
26 and Saturday, May 27 at the
Blountstown Landing. Tourna-
ment begins at 4 p.m. (CT) on
Friday and ends at 4 p.m. on
Saturday. Prize drawings and
awards presentation will be
held at 5 p.m. Saturday at the
Blountstown Landing. Each
fisherman will receive a compli-
mentary ticket in the drawing at
registration.


Participants can register May
26 beginning at 9 a.m. (CT) until
6 p.m. and on May 27 from 6 a.m.
until noon at the Blountstown
Landing. Entry fee is $50 per
adult and $25 per child (15 years
old and under).
The first 100 participants
that pre-register are eligible to
receive. 10 free bream for bait.
Bait must be picked up by Fri-
day, May 26 no later than 6 p.m.
(CT) at the registration booth
and participant must possess a
bait ticket. Only the first 100-
pre-registered participants will


be including in a separate draw-
ing for a special pre-registration
grand prize. Due to number of
participants, pre-registration is
recommended.
For more information, con-
tact Ken Sheppard at 674-4511
(Blountstown Rotary Club) or
Phil McMillian at 674-8053
(tournament organizer), Wanda
Johnson (W.T. Neal Civic Cen-
ter) at 674-4500 or the Calhoun
County Chamber of Commerce
at 674-4519. Applications and
information can be obtained at
www.blountstownrotary.com.


June 1 deadline for Liberty County 4-H summer activities


Pvnci~ebekub d~Joun o1n


pecin andseour

Come in and see our


l__ arge selection of

gifts for Mother.

Cards Candy
4 I Mugs Picture Frames
l- 1 and many new items!


GOLDEN PHARMACY

SRit .218 N. Main Street,
Blountstown

Phone 674-4557 or 674-4558


The Liberty County 4-H an-
nounce the 2006 summer activ-
ities. They are as follows:
*June 5-8, 4-H Sports Fit-
ness Day Camp Ages 7-10
year olds, as of Sept. 1, 2005,
boys and girls, featuring Coach
Tranum McLemore and Cathia
Schmarje. Cost $40 per child,
bring a sack lunch, bats, gloves
and any catching equipment.
*June 12-15, 4-H Sports Fit-
ness Day Camp Ages 11-14
years old, as of Sept. 1, 2005,
boys and girls, featuring Coach
Tranum McLemore and. Cathia
Schmarje. Cost is $40 per child,
bring a sack lunch, bats, gloves
and any catching equipment.
*June 19-23, 4-H Summer
Residential Camp at Timpooch-
ee Niceville, ages 8-12 years
old as of Sept. .1, 2005. Cost
$165, packets are in the office.
*June 28-30, 4-H Outdoor
Adventures with Forestiy Day


Camp Featuring Craig Shul-
er and Jeanie Griffin, ages 8-12
years old as of Sept. 1, 2005.
Cost $30, bring a sack lunch.
Space is limited to 20.
*July 10-12, 4-H Sports Fish-
ing Day Camp Monica Brin-
kley and Cathia Schmarje, for
ages 8-12 year olds as of Sept.
1, 2005. Cost $30, bring a sack
lunch. Space is limited to 20.
*July 19-21, 4-H Outdoor
Adventures with Aquatics Day
Camp Featuring Craig Sliul-
er and Jeanie Griffin, ages 8-12
years old as of Sept. 1, 2005.
Cost $30 (cost of field trips
are extra), bring a sack lunch.
Space is limited to 20.


To register your child for one
or all camps you need to come
by the Liberty County Exten-
sion Office or call 643-2229
for information to be mailed to
you. Registration packets and
fees must be paid at the same
time (no exceptions).
June 1 is the deadline for all
camp registrations.
All campers must bring a
sack lunch to day camps and
wear closed toe shoes to all
camps. Sport fitness your child
may bring cleats to wear if they
have them. Times will be from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for all day
camps.


Opportunity Fla. hosting workshop May 31


Opportunity Florida will be
hosting a workshop on Wednes-
day, May 31, at PAEC in Chipley,
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon (CT).
Enterprise Florida Inc. will be


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ILiberty/Calhoun Dental Clinic

OPEN HOUSE
May 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (ET)

Dr. Jeremy Lewis and staff cordially invite you to
attend the Liberty/Calhoun Dental Clinic Open
House. The clinic is located behind the .Liberty
.County Health Department in Bristol.The ribbon
cutting ceremony will be at 10 a.m. (ET) Please
plan to join us in this celebration!


introducing a new initiative in
an effort to introduce to the ru-
ral counties of Florida, a large
regional catalyst-type com-
mercial park, whose goal is to
improve the economy through-
out the entire eight county re-
gion (Calhoun, Franklin, Gads-
den, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson,
Liberty and Washington). The
'workshop will serve to explain
the process and benefits.
All interested are invited to at-
tend, business owners, residents,
economic development organi-
zations, county and city officials,
etc. Attendance at the meeting is
free, however, space is limited.
so please contact Opportunity
Florida at 877-467-7352 to re-
serve your spot. Please contact
Susan Estes at Opportunity Flor-
ida for more information.


Attendees will also learn
about methyl bromide alterna-
tives; discussions will include
methyl iodide, Telone C-35, re-
duced rates of fumigants under
high barrier mulch metalizedd
mulch) and use of root knot re-
sistance in tomato production.
The 'programs at NFREC-
Quincy cover a wide range of
crops, including vegetables,
small grains, agronomic row
crops, forages, ornamentals, tree
fruits, and forestry.
Vegetable Field Day registra-
tion is free before May 24, 2006
and $5 after. For the agenda or
to register, log on to http://nfrec.
ifas.ufl.edu/vfd.htm or for more
information call (850) 875-7100,
extension 0.


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Local talented students took part in song and dance as part of 'An Evening at the Theatre 'I
II' held recently at Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center in Bristol.
DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS a


Liberty Music & Drama Troupe present'An Evening at the Theatre II'


On April 29, the Liberty Mu-
sic and Drama Troupe, spon-
sored b) the Liberty County Arts
Council, presented "An Evening
at the Theatre II." This year's
three- part performance included
the Bristol Ballet School stu-
dents, tide6r the direction -of
Bonita Deck, performing Gradu-
,ation Ball. This- Ballet was
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produced and choreographed by
David Lichine in Australia dur-
ing the 1939-40 tour of the Orig-
inal Ballet Russe. It was given
its world premiere in Sydney
on March 1, 1940 at the The-
atre Royal. ,Twenty-four young
ladies did an outstanding job in
their performance of this ballet.
Part Two of the program con-


sisted of the Liberty County High
School Chorus under the direc-
tion of Krissy Mondelli. The
chorus performed an excellent
rendition of several songs, in-
cluding Seaons of Love. Twen-
ty- three students participated in
this portion of the program.
After intermission, the audi-
ence \\as treated to an outstand-


ing performance by the W. R.
Tolar School Beginning Band,
directed by Krissy Mondelli.
Thirty-five band members were
on stage to entertain with Dr.
Rock, Montego Bay and Pop-
corn Prelude, among other com-
positions. .
The parents and teachers can
be proud of the performance of


their students.
The Liberty County Arts
Council is working to bring new
and exciting performances to our
students andTamilies during-the
next school year. If you are in-
terested in becoming a member
or supporter of the .rts Council,'.
please call 643-5235 or- 643- 1
5491.


Martin
Army


from the Army S
Air Force Hometown Neiis
'Joshua R. Martin has joined
the United States ArmN under
the Delayed Entry Program. The
program gives young men and
women the opportunity to delay
.entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the new
soldier the option to learn a new
skill, travel and become eligible
to receive assmuch. as $50,000
toward a college education. Af-
ter completion of basic nilitan
training, soldiers recemie ad-
vanced indi% idual training in their
career job specialty prior to being
assigned to their first permanent
duit station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$22.000 enlistment bonus.
Martin, a 2003 graduate of
Federal Way Senior High School.
Wash., \till report to Fort Jack-
son. Columbia. S.C.. for active
duty on Ma 18, 2006.
He is the son of Melissa G.
Martin of Federal \Way, and Jo-
seph K. Johnson of Altha.


...WITH A GIFT SHE'LL SEE EVERY DAY!


*Flowering Tree *Fruit Trees
*Rose bushes *Hanging Baskets
*Martin Houses *Bird Houses
*Hummingbird Feeders

Big selection of bedding plants
including Geraniums.
Hydrangeas coming soon!

Vegetable Plants and Garden Seed.

And while you're here, pick up some gardening
tools, gloves, rose trellis, a hose and a sprinkler so
you can help mom with the yard work!

We also carry potting soil, fertilizers and compost.


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from the Florida Senate proved for a much-needed boost more timely," said Lawson. $200,000 nicipal Replacement Buildit
TALLAHASSEE The 2006 in public school, state and local Liberty County did very well Road Construction: $125,000
Legislative Session wrapped up allocations for K-12. Liberty this year in the state budget. The *SR 65 from N. Cypress *Altha Sewer System -
on Friday, May 5. A $70.3 bil- County Schools will receive an Legislature funded the following Branch to Telogia Creek Bridge $500,000
ion state budget passed late additional $1,186,688, a 12.74% crucial projects: $2,079,549 *Solid Waste Grant -
Friday by both the Senate and increase and Calhoun County .Liberty County Courthouse Calhoun County also did very $188,000
he House. State Senator Al- Schools will receive an addition- Renovation $200,000 well this year with local proj- Small County Road Assi
fred Lawson represents Senate al $1,572,621, a 10.91% increase *Liberty County Special ects. The Legislature funded the tance Program:
District 6 which includes elev- in new dollars for the forthcom- Needs Shelter $100,000 following crucial projects: .Magnolia Church Rd/fro
,n counties. It is reported that ing school year. *Wesleyan Methodist Church *Blountstown Sewer Rehab CR 275 to SR 71 $497,420
Lawson will be taking home to TheFloridaLegislaturepassed $350,000 Phase IV- $600.000 Small Comi',Outreach Pr
his constituents the third .high- legislation, (HB 293/SB1612) *Solid Waste Grant *Calhoun County Courthouse gram/Road Projects:
st allocation in district projects- co-sponsored by Senator Law- $188,000 -$200,000 *CR275 from CR 274 to Jac
unded in the 2006-2007 Budget. son, creates a program to assist *Veterans Memorial Park *City of Blountstown. Mu- son County Line $597,117
*My constituents have every rea- fiscally constrained counties. A
son to celebrate this year'sstate fiscally constrained county is a Opportunity Florida receives $50,000 grant from
budget," said the Senator. county entirely located in a Rural .
Effective Oct. 1. there will be Area of Critical Economic Con- Chipola Regional Workforce Development Board
S3% pay increase'for all state cern or a county in which value
:mplovees w ith no increase in of 1 mill generates $5 million or The Chipola Regional Work- Florida's goal is to work with continue our relationship wi
health insurance premiums. State less in property tax. Under this force Development Board has local libraries to provide train- Opportunity Florida," said Ric
correctional officers ill receive new la\\, Liberty County will awarded a $50,000 grant to Op- ing andtechnical assistance sites ard Williams, Chipola Region
compression pay increase of receive $703.886 and Calhoun portunity Florida for the purpose for these businesses as well. Workforce Board Executive E
5 for those at five years of ser- County will receive $804.441 in of providing instruction to the Through this grant, people %will rector, "this project will great
Since and a 6'. pay increase for new revenue dollars. local business communit- on be able to benefit the region and the man
hose at 10 years or above on In addition, Senate Bill 428, marketing their products and 1) secure a domain name, entrepreneurs interested in mi
Oct. 1. State firefighters will also sponsored by Law son increased services on the Internet. 2) build their site, and keting their products and servi
receive a special pay increase ad- per diem for state employees Opportunity Florida will hold 3) get one year's hosting. es online.
ustment of 8%. "As the Senator- passed the Florida Senate and a number of workshops for busi- The amount of business done Opportunity Florida is an ec
representing the greatest number House. "State workers have nesses interested in learning the every day online continues to nomic development organizati
of state employees in this state, subsidized the cost of perform- basics of ecommerce. Business- rise. Many of the smaller home- Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gu
am very pleased u ith the leg- ing their jobs out of their'own es will learn about headvantag- based businesses would greatly Holhnes. Jackson, Liberty and Was
slature's decision to fund these pockets for too long," he said. es of marketing their businesses benefit by advertising and sell- ington in the Northwest Florida
criticall pay adjustments. These A provision in the bill will in- online. Home-based businesses ing their products online. Many gion. They are available to ass
pay increases will help the State crease the mileage reimburse- are especially invited to attend companies that first began by new businesses with start-up infi
of Florida to retain and recruit ment rate from 29 cents to 44.5 these workshops. Additionally, selling theirproducts online have motion and business plans and loc
}ildioay seigteprdtolnh" "u l businesses interested in expanse
experienced personnel:' Law son cents per mile. "Considering the participants will receive techni- grown to become large prosper- Opportunity Florida's primary m
added. huge jump in gas prices, passage cal assistance on how to set up ous businesses, sion is the retention and creation
The -2006-2007 budget of this bill could not have been their own websites. Opportunity "We're happy to be able to jobs in the eight counties.


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Oak Terrace Bible Church

first Sunday service May 21


Night of worship
Abe Springs.Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church would like to invite
everyone to a night of worship in
song featuring the Cobb Family
from Cottondale on Saturday,
May 13 at 6 p.m. (CT).
The church is located on County
Road 275 South in Blountstown.
If you have any questions, call
762-2146.

Prayer band meets
The Liberty Community
Prayer Band will hold prayer
service Thursday, May 11 at 7:30
p.m. (ET) at the home of Deacon
and Sister Emanuel Solomon.
Everyone is cordially invited
-to attend. For more information,
call 643-2437.



S -! HIDDEN- '
=TREASURES
1- by Ryan McDougald
BELIEVERS ARE
INCLUDED
Text: Ephesians 1.:1-14
Noah preached for 100 years and
yet only eight people were saved by
his message. 2 Peter 2:8 teaches us
that Lot lived day after day in Sodom
and Gomorrah and only three people
were saved by his life and testimony.
Over 600,000 men 20 years or' older
along with their wives, children, and
families, passed through the Red Sea
on the way to the Promised Land.
Only two men out of that number ac-
tually entered. 32,000 men showed up
to fight with Gideon in order to deliver
Israel from the hand of Midian. Only
300 were chosen to fight and partake
of the victory.
Who is called to 'partake in the
blessings God intends t.o beeto upon
His church? Everyone is called. How-
ever, few are actually chosen. Ephe-
sians, 1:13 explains why, "And you
a]lc were included in Christ when you
heard the word of truth, .the gospel of
your .salvation. Having believed, you
Sere m.irked in Him vith a seal, the
pronue'd Holu, Spirit (NIV)." Our
'salvation is ab .1'u1el% ftre It is -only
though God'- la' ih. undeserved
tavor that.'.'e are a'.ed .Yet to be a
partaker, of "e er', spiritual blessing
.n Chnist." 'e must hear the truth and
believe it.
The woid used for."believe" is the
verb form of'the word faith. It rweans
that the subject'is exercising faith. It is
the faith described in James 2:14 that
produces action in the life. of the be-
liever. Vine says it has three elements,
"a firm conviction producing a full ac-
knom ledgement of God's revelation or
truth, a personal surrender to Him, and
.a conduct inspired by such surrender."
Someone once aid, '"Faith lets Chribt
Jo for us and '. ith us what we could
never do alone." Only people with this
kind of saving uaith are partakers in
God's promises.


Oak Terrace Bible Church
will have its first service Sun-
day, May 21 at 11 a.m. (CT).
Dr. Paul and Dr. Tammy Joyner,
pastors of the new church have
many years of experience in the
ministry. The new church is not
intended to be in competition
with but an adjunct to existing
churches.
The public is invited to at-
tend this first service.
Announcements of upcom-
ing sermon series will be forth-
coming, such as "Sunday at the
Soaps," "Seven Myths People'
Live By," "Great Nights of the
Bible," etc.
The first sermon will be "On
the Tiptoe of Expectation."
We hope to see you at Oak
Terrace Bible Church May 21


Dr Paul and Dr. Tammy Joyner

at 11 a.m. The church is lo-
cated at 16970 NW 22nd St.
in Blountstown. Turn north off
Hwy. 20 West at Chipola Gas
Co., the church is on the left
about 1/4 mile.
For more information, call
674-2633.


Sumatra Baptist Church seeking donations
Sumatra Baptist Church is All proceeds will go to ex-
seeking donations for a rum- penses involved in the construc-
mage sale which will take place tion of a new fellowship hall.
on Saturday, May 27 at Gilbert's Donations will be appreciated
Garage on 12803 N.W. Hwy 20 and are tax"deductible.
(1 1/2 miles east-of Bristol). The For more information, call
sale will begin at 8 a.m.- Karen Gilbert at 643-9840.


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SWAYDE PATRICK
RAMSEY
Swayde Patrick Ramsey is
celebrating his first birthday
on May 14. He is the son of
Patrick and Misty Ramsey
of Bristol. His grandparents
are Steve and Renee Odom
of Bristol, Boggs Ramsey
of Blountstown and Sarah
Jackson of Graceville. His
great-grandparents are the
late Virginia Pitts of Clarks-
ville, Martha Jane Jacobs of
Bristol, the late Zebbie Odom
of Bristol, Dr. Andrew and
Wisa Ramsey of Blountstown
and Glen Peacock and the late
Edra Peacock. Swayde enjoys
laughing and smiling always,
cruising in his police car and
spending time with family.




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Ginger Nichols Zimmerman of
Blountstown caught a flathead
catfish that weighed 42 Ilbs., 11
ozs. and was 44 inches long. It
was caught with a 17 lb. test
line.with bream about as big
as a hand on the Apalachicola
River about 10 miles out. She
did all the work, however her
husband, Adron, netted him
and bent the net! He then had
to gaff him.


JIMMY BROWN
Jimmy Brown celebrated his
11th birthday on May 9. He
is the son of Doyle and Beth
Brown of Hosford. His grand-
parents are Bob and Ruth
Pickron of Bristol and Pharis
and Pauline Brown of Hosford.
He enjoys aggravating his
sisters, reading and always
doing his best at everything.


MORGEN BLAIR
BROWN
Morgen Blair Brown is cel-
ebrating her 12th birthday on
May 14. She is the daughter
of Sterling Shelfer Brown of
Blub Creek'(Hosford) and
Loretta Pitts Brown of Telogia.
Her grandparents are Shelfer
Brown and the late Joyce
Brown of Hosford and Ilona
Pitts and the late Ellis Pitts of
Hosford. She enjoys cheer-
ing for Liberty County sports
leagues and knee boarding
on the river with her friends
and family. Most of all, she
likes shopping with Mom at
the mall.


Davis chosen as state finalist in the


National American
Miss Amber Davis, age 14, of
Bristol has been chosen as a state
finalist in the National American
Miss-Florida pageant to be held
July 8 and 9 at the beautiful
Hyatt Regency in Orlando. The
pageant is held for girls ages 13
through 15.
The winner of the pageant will.
receive a $1,000 cash award, the
official crown and banner, a bou-
quet of roses, ad air transportation
to compete in the national pageant
at Disneyland in California. Pag-
eants are held for girls ages four to
eighteen, in five age groups.
The National American Miss
pageants are dedicated to cel-
ebrating America's greatness and
encouraging its future leaders.
Each year, the pageant awards
thousands in scholarships and
prizes to recognize and assist
in the development of young
women nationwide. All activities
are age-appropriate and family
oriented.
Families interested in learn-
ing more about this unique and
outstanding youth program may
visit www.namiss.com.
The National American Miss
pageants are for "Today's Girl"
and "Tomorrow's Leaders." The
pageant program is based on
inner beauty, as well as poise
and presentation, and offers an
"All-American spirit of fun for
family and friends." Emphasis
is placed on the importance of
gaining self-confidence, learning
new skills, learning good attitudes
about competition, and setting
and achieving personal goals.
The pageant seeks to recognize
the accomplishments of each girl
while encouraging her to set goals
for the future.
-Amber's activities include
swimming, writing, volleyball,


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Vet Clinic. She also enjoys hiking
and biking.
She is the daughter of Beau and
Tina Davis of Bristol. She attends
W.R. Tolar K-8 School.
Her sponsors include family,
friends, R.S. Vet Clinic and Town
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Jim and Paula Bracewell are proud to announce the forth- i
coming marriage of their daughter. Angela Rose Bracewell : :
to Hector Ja\ier Morales Jr. Hector is the son of Hectori
Morales Sr. of Bro%\nsville. TX and MNaria NMorales of
Blountsto" n.
Grandparents of the bride are Frank Bro\% n Sr. and the late
Janice Brov n of Honaker. VA. the late Wendell Brace\\ell
and the late Lionel and Betty Bridges, all of Blountstown.
The groom's grandparents are Manuel Franco of Chicago. ,
IL, Joaquina Alejos of Matamoras. Mexico, Maria R. Mo-
rales and the late Raul Morales of Brow ns\ille. TX.
Angie is a 2004 graduate of Chipola Nursing Program
and is employed by Liberty Count\ Health Department as a
registered nurse. Hector is a 1999 graduate of Blountstown
High School and is employed b\ Apalachicola Forest Youth
Camp.
The wedding will take place on June 10 at Veterans Me- J. B
moral Civic Center in Bristol at 7 p.m. (ET.)/6 p.m. ICT)
" ith a reception following.
No local invitations are being sent. but all friends and '
family are cordially invited to attend.



Calhoun Chamber Board of Directors meet tomorrow

Calhoun Chamber Board of Directors meet tomorrow


BOARD MEETING Just
a reminder the Calhoun County
Chamber Board of Directors
meeting will be held Thursday.
May 11 at noon (CT). Thelocation
is the Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
dining room. All directors .ho
ha\ en't already given their RSVP
need to call the chamber as soon
as possible at 674-4519 or email-
ccchamber@yahoo.com.
MEMBERSHIP MEETING
- The Chamber's regular
membership meeting will be
held on May 18 at the Calhoun
County Senior Citizens
Association on NE Cayson Street
in Blountstown.
This month's guest speaker
will be Jim Dean of the U.S.
Department of Agriculture's
Office of Rural Development.
He is originally from Marianna
and a veteran of seven years in
the United States Marine Corps.
He has been a licensed mortgage
broker, a loan officer for Farm
Credit of NWV Florida and has
served over 15 years with the


USDA Rural Development.
In 2005, Jim was selected as
Assistant State Director for'
,.SDA Rural De\ elopment of
Florida. While serving in the
Nlarine ,Corps he received a,
Masters, Degree in business"
administration. ,
USDA Rural Developnient
series as the lead federal entity
for rural development needs and
administers program assistance
through three agencies: Rural
Housing Sert ice. Rural Business
Cooperative Service and Rural
Utilities Service.
Jim Dean will be presenting
an overview of USDA Rural
Development and \\hat it
can do for our area. This
presentation will be an o\ er\ iew
of vital economic development,
information for all public and
private sector econonuc partners
of Calhoun County. Please make
every effort to attend.
The merrbership meeting
menu %\ill be published in next
week's article. Please call or


email your reservation to the
Calhoun Countr Chamber office
no later than Tuesday. May 16.
Membership meetings are open
to the public, if you are interested
in the future of Calhoun
Count). attending the Chamber
of Commerce Membership
luncheon is the place to start.
The cost of the meal is $7 per
person.
BUSINESS AFTER HOURS
The Diamond Comer in
Blountsto" n is hosting the
Chamber's second Business
After Hours e\ ent on Tuesday,N
May 23 at 5:30 p.m. The event
pro% ides an excellent opportunity
for members, and potential
new members, to meet together
infonnally, exchange business
cards and to highlight a local
business. The Chamber would
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'a quarterly basis Business After
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LCHS coach says he has been forced out of


his job & prevented fror
To the editor: was given to the clerk of court.
For those of you who do not But that's all been done and I
know me, my name is Randy have accepted that.
Roland. I have been a football However, the reason that I
coach for the past four years, two decided to go ahead and write
of which I was the head coach this letter is this. Once I resigned,
and athletic director. I have also I was seeking a job in the area
taught math, PE and science in outside of education so that my
my tenure at Liberty County High family and I could stay in Liberty
School. County, I was eventually told
My family and I have enjoyed that I would not be hired because
being a part of this community he used his "political power" to
and living in Liberty County. make sure I would not receive the
We love what this community job. Was getting me to resign my
offers, small town life, friendly job at LCHS not good enough?
people, great hunting and fishing, Evidently not. He is attempting to
and comfort. We have developed make things even harder for me
many relationships with real good and my family. We want to live in
and loyal people. It has been a this county, we love it here, but he
great pleasure for me to be able is doing whatever it takes to make
to coach and teach many of your it impossible.
children. I would just like to I close with asking all tax
.thank you for all you have done payers, voters, athletes, students,
for my family and myself to make parents and Liberty County
us feel welcome. residents, is this the type of
The reason why I am writing person that you want as a high
this letter is to clear any confusion ranking official in your county
as to why I am resigning as LCHS having influence in major decision
football coach. making processes in the schools
Robert Hill, the county elected system? I mean his salary should
Clerk of Court, has accused me of be increased, since he is doing the
mistreating his son, which I can jobs as superintendent, principal,
assure you, has not happened. school board member, guidance
He has gone to great lengths .counselor, coach and clerk of
to have me fired or put into a
position to force me to have
to resign. The thing that I was
asking for and not receiving were
the same things that are going
to be offered to the next coach. M
Robert Hill has threatened me
with his "political power," andP O
has misinformed many people Program an
about the whole situation. .......
He did what he set out to 1i5l CA
do; he gained support from the 1 1E995CA EI
superintendent, certain school c ,
board members, guidance
counselors, certain administrators, WA
and certain people in the '"'
community. The support that I N' -NO
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n getting another here
court. He has made it known of important jobs and even out of
that he is the main man in power the county. Not speaking only of
in Liberty County. He is viewed myself.
to many as a nice guy willing to Thank you,
help anyone with anything, but Randy Roland
that is not the case. He is in my Bristol
opinion, running good people out


Mom says school won't offer much-
needed speech therapy assistance
To the editor:
I would like to express concern I have about the lack of attention
the Liberty County School Board is willing to give the speech pro-
gram/or lack thereof in Liberty County.
As a mother of a child who needs speech therapy, it saddens me
to think the people in charge of our school system are so willing
to overlook this problem. And it is a problem. There wasn't even a
speech provider until the last quarter of the school year. Even then it
doesn't add up to much.
My son has received speech therapy only 12 times this entire year.
The schedule is set for one hour a day, one day a week. This for the
year comes to 12 hours of speech my son has received for the entire
year.
I have been in contact with the Department of Education concern-
ing the matter since October of 2005. Not to mention I have been to
see Mr. Summers on several different occasions only for him to tell
me he wasn't sure how the speech issues were progressing. It wasn't
his department. Now, I could be wrong but I thought when you were
Superintendent of Schools, every department would be your depart-
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I have never claimed to be a
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I considered a bad person either.
We all have our faults and short
comings.
In my younger days when I
was in good health, I would take
on any battle, win or lose. My
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There are certain persons that
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MAY 10,,2006 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15



LIET CUT EAT EARMN CNIUD-RMTE FON PG


functioned with shared staff and
resources.
Odum was surprised Friday
when he got the word from the
Department of Health in Talla-
hassee to vacate his office at the
Liberty County Health Depart-
ment.
"If Commissioner Sanders
was representing the board and
it is the board's wishes that I
vacate my position immediately,
then I will gladly submit to the
wishes of the board," Odum said
Monday, pointing out, "If this
was a unilateral decision on the
part of Mr. Sanders and not the
wishes of the board, then I hope
this decision will be reversed at
the special meeting of the board
on May 25."
He added, "Meanwhile. I
am clearing out my office as
instructed, and preparing to va-
cate the Liberty County Health
Department per Commissioner
Sanders."
** **
Odum's removal won't affect
his overall job because he will go
to full time at the Calhoun County
Health Department. "I'm not
going to be hurt by it personally,
it's the county that's going to be
affected," he said. The idea of
having an independent health de-
partment in Liberty County was
based on a physician seeing 15-
patients a day, five days a \' eek.
bit that \would be impoNible w itth
the new. doctor who was hired to
divide his time between the .two
departments. like previous phy-


sicians, Odum points out. Un-
der that scenario, "The revenue
would be short."
At last week's meeting, Odum
told the board that a spokesperson
needed to be appointed to talk
about disbanding the working
agreement between the two health
departments. "This is required
to prevent either county from
independently dissolving their
mutual. agreement to operate
jointly, leaving the other with a
financial loss."
The Liberty County Commis-
sion did not appoint anyone.
* *

The incident that started Sand-.
ers calling for Odum's removal
was his firing of Dr. Thomas.
Previously, Odum was prohib-
ited from talking aboutthe matter
due to pending legal action but
Thursday, he was more outspoken
and discussed the outcome of
an internal investigation of the
events leading up to her dismissal
several months ago.
According to Odum:
"The investigation found that
Dr. Thomas thought an ARNP
could prescribe controlled sub-
stances and even argued some
with at least four local phar-
macists. The ARNP, assigned
to the Calhoun County Health.
Department, worked under a
signed protocol from Dr. Thomas
that read, 'controlled substances
may be initiated or altered in
consultation. with the designated
physician according to. federal


and state guidelines.'
When Dr. Thomas realized
her error, she quickly blamed the
ARNP, taking no responsibility
for her own culpability.
Dr. Thomas had. allowed the
ARNP to function independently,
with minimal supervision. Dr.
Thomas never questioned the
ARNP about prescribing patterns
even though she and the ARNP
were seeing many of the same
patients. The ARNP interpreted
Dr. Thomas' silence as implied
consent." .
Odum told the board he felt
Dr. Thomas as well as the ARNP
could be kept on staff with proper
leadership and improved proto-
cols.
Unfortunately, Dr. Thomas'
behavior deteriorated, becom-
ing increasingly erratic toward
patients and staff alike. Patient
safety became a real concern
causing me to request permission
to remove Dr. Thomas from the
workplace by placing her on ad-
ministrative leave with pay."
Odum said he forwarded
"'documented examples' of the
doctor's behavior to his boss, Dr.
Bonnie Sorensen, and to the Dept.
of Health lawyer.
"Their advice was to dismiss
both Dr. Thomas and the nurse
practitioner. While the final deci-
sion was mine, I chose to follow
the advice of council,"-he said.
He pointed out, "There was
no documented illegal activity or
evidence of any criminal intent
-at the Liberty County Health


Department."
Sanders responded with, "As
far as the Dr. Thomas issue, I wish
that you would not have brought
that up. We've done hashed that
and talked, about it. Our board
made a decision, 4-0...I hope
that matter is closed between you
and us."
Sanders continued, "I am ap-
preciative of the things that have
started happening at the health
department. I didn't even want to
say this but maybe all this arguing
and fussing has got you on the
move and looking better toward
the people of Liberty County."
Odum concluded his statement
by telling board members, "The
Liberty County Health Depart-
ment is healthier and provides
more services today than at any
other time in its history." He
added that the department, "has
been under a microscope for
nearly six months and I am proud
to say your health department is
not broken. In fact, it .stands as
a shining example to other.small
health departments across our
state."
****.
When asked for comment
on the Liberty County Health
Department administer's job,
Doc Kokol, spokesman for the


state health department office,
said Monday, "We are looking
forward to advertising and ac-
cepting applications for the new
physician-director position in
Liberty County and look forward
to continuing to provide a high
level of public, health at Liberty
County as we have in the past."
Board member Albert Butcher
was originally against the effort
to oust Odum, but after being
assured by Sorenson that "yes, it
will work" for the Liberty County
Health Department to operate on
its own, he agreed.
"To be truthful, there's no
way to know if this is going to
work until it's put in progress,"
Butcher said. He expressed a
concern that there could be dif-
ficulties ahead since the county
has a long history of physicians
moving in, establishing an office
for awhile and then moving on
after realizing they can't support
a practice here.
He's also concerned over fu-
ture disputes between the next
administrator and the board
following the past six conten-
tious months. "Two years from
now, if the doctor comes up and
makes a decision we don't like,
this could happen all over again,
I'm afraid."

Karl R. Studenroth
I Jr. Field Ecologist-
k"'. Herpetologist,
President and founder
of the Northwest
Florida Environmental
Conservancy
gave an exciting
T,, demonstration to
Blountstown Middle
School 7th graders
recently. Students
learned about the
state's biodiversity
and unique
environment by
interacting with bats
L'- and snakes. BMS PHOTO


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Relay for Life raises nearly $23,000






















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Life 2006 raised almost $23,000 to go
toward cancer research. Twelve teams
set up camp at the LCHS athletic field
in Bristol Friday afternoon, where they
.listened to a little music, took part in a
few games and made numerous trips
around the track. Event Chairman Wes
Johnston said Charlotte Longshore, a
.~member al one of the Georgia-Pacific
F Teams, raised over$1,500on heroin.
Combined, the GP teams raised over
$4,000. he said. Although Cathy Best
of Blountstown was unable to be mere
this year due to a hospital slay she still
raised over $1,000 "basically from her
hospital bed" said Johnston. ABOVE:
Survivors gather before taking their
first lap around the track. FAR LEFT:
S 'Sara Hather entered by singing plenty






of country music. FAR LEFT CEN-
TER: Wes Johnston. LEFT: LCHS
il i studentss taking part included Leahri
SStoutamire, Ryan Berg (in the grass







"skirt!) ,L.eighann Summers, Canyon
Daly arnd Edward Hommel. Bristol First
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MAY 10, 2006 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17


Miss Liberty County 2006 crowned


TOP: 2005 Miss Liberty County Whit-
ney Brinkley leads contestants in a dance.
ABOVE: The youngest contestants take
the stage with colorful ribbons. BELOW:
It wasn't hard to see who these folks were
cheering for. RIGHT: Miss Liberty County
2006 Jolene Schmarje with runner-up She-
na Pullam. CENTER: Kasey Revell is pre-
sented with a gift.


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Miss Liberty County 2005 Whitney Brin-
.-. kley crowned Jolene Schmarje Miss Liberty
2. 'County 2006 in a pageant held at the
.- Veterans Memorial Civic Center on Friday,
May 5. Jolene was also voted by the other
.. ,- ,-.-IM contestants as one of the Miss Congeni-
S..' alities. The runner-up and winner ofthe
j' Most Photogenic Award was Shena Pullam.
S, Both young women will be graduating from
,z Liberty County High School at the end of
May.
: Twenty-four of Liberty County's most
beautiful young ladies competed in three
*-' other categories as well. Little Miss Lib-
erty County 2005 Abi McCombs assisted
in crowning Young and Jr. Misses 2006.
The People's Choice Award went to Kasey
Revell.
Pageant Director for the event was Mrs.
Bonita Deck owner/instructor of the Bristol
Ballet School. Judges were Miss An-
gie Bradshaw of Tallahassee, Miss Jonetta
Dawson of Blountstown, and Mrs. Berna-
dette ,Simsof Fort Walton Beach.
SThe following young ladies were selected:
STeen Miss Leighann Renfroe
Runner Up Kasey Revell
Most Photogenic Kasey Revell
*Jr. Miss ]essica Read
Runner Up Kaylene Kady
Most Photogenic Jessica Read
*Young Miss Bailey Camp
Runner-up Hannah Sansom
Miss Congeniality Hannah Sansom
Most Photogenic Cheyanne Kyle

-- BELOW LEFT: The winners are shown after be-
ing crowned. BELOW RIGHT: Young Miss win-
ner Bailey Camp. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS





















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H Open from 9 a.m. til
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Page 18 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 10, 2006


Jantzen Bailey presented with Vigil Honor


Jantzen D. Bailey, 17, of Altha
Boy Scout Troop #136 recently
received the Vigil Honor, the
highest honor in the Order of the
Arrow. The Order of the Arrow
(or OA) is the National Honor
Society of the Boy Scouts of
America in which you must be
elected into by your peers.
Normally two youth and two
adult members receive the Vigil
Honor per year in the Alabama
Florida Council's Cowikee Lodge
#224. Since Cowikee Lodge was
established in 1942, Jantzen is
the fourth person from Calhoun
County to receive this honor.
This honor is one that you do not
apply for, you do not test for, but
is warranted through cheerful,
dedicated service to scouting, his
lodge and the community. Before
being recognized with the Vigil


Honor you must be approved by
the National Order of the Arrow
Committee. This honor is be-
stowed by special selection and"
is limited to one qualified person
for every 50 members registered
with the lodge each year.


To be a member of the OA,
you must first become a Boy
Scout. Each year there is a lim-
ited number of scouts, according
to enrollment and qualifications
that can go into the OA. You must
be elected by your scout troop
into the OA. One of the main
purposes of the OA is to crystal-
lize the scout habit of helpfulness
into a life purpose of leadership
and service cheerfully..
Jantzen is the second son
of John C. and Jean E Bailey.
He has one brother, Jonathan,
who was the third person in our
county to receive this honor in
1997. Jantzen's grandparents are
Edna Bailey, the late John Tins-
ley Bailey and the late Leonard
and Susie Free, all of Altha.
Come join a scout troop and
enjoy some adventure.


-.sKYLA^ ..ANt .



SEAFOOD MARKET

River Catfish $2.50 Ib.
Shrimp large $4.99 lb. & medium $3.99 Ib.
Live Blue Crab $7.50 dz.
S Mullet $1.99 lb. Grouper $4.99 lb.
Snapper $6.95 lb. Alligator $5.99 lb.
Snow Crab Legs $5.99 lb.
Gator $5.99 lb. Lobster $8.50 lb.
Scallops $5.95 lb. Oysters $8.95 pint
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10 A.M.TIL 7 P.M.
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Greene receives degree from


University of West Florida


During a graduation ceremo-
ny on May 3rd at Chipola Ju-
nior College, Matsu Greene of
Blountstown received her Bach-
elor's Degree in Elementary Ed-
ucation (summa cum laude) from
the University of West Florida.
In attendance were her husband,
Silas Greene, Jr., her children,
Sam and Brandi Gr&ene along
with other family) members and
friends. Matsu's son Jon is cur-
rently serving in Iraq and was
unable to attend.
Matsu, represemini the Edu-
cation graduates, gave a speech
reflecting on her childhood
dream of .a%1% .a N wanting to be.a
teacher when she grew up. She
stated she is living proof that it
is never too late to pursue your
dieamtsuhas worked very
Matsu has worked very hIrd I11


her studies and is already work-
ing toward her Master's .Degree.
She is currently teaching.reading
and English at Blountstown Mid-
dle School. During the summer
she worked as a volunteer \\ith
the n rLiedilI le.din, pri 'r.im tfoi
elementary limdeis aiid hliope%, to


Ladu named on Dean's list at FSU
Li'nda Dianne Ladu, currently a
. senior'at FSU, Panama City Campus,
I.i recently was named to the Dean's list
for the spring 2006 semester. In order
to qualify for the Dean's list, one must
S.. maintain a GPA of 3.5 for the semester.
She is majoring in Elementary.Educa-
tion, and willibegin hei student teaching
S i! in the fall. She will graduate in Decem-
1 \ I lilii ber2006. '
SPriorto attending FSU, she graduated
k a_ ___ Chipola College on December 2004,
"= ii* 0 with an AA degree. She graduated Altha
High School in May 2003.
Linda is the daughter of Ted and Charlotte Ladu of Fountain.


summer c)aycare


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"My mother had a great deal of trouble with me, but I think


she enjoyed it."


Calhoun County Head Start Program to receive free

Learning Library from Disney, Funai and First Book


Disney and Funai have joined
together with First Book (an
award-winning national non-
profit literacy organization) and
National Head Start Association
(NHSA) to donate new Learning
Libraries to Calhoun Country
Head Start program in association
with North Florida Child Devel-
opment Inc.
Funai, a leader in consumer
electronics, donated 9" TV/VCR
units and Disney, a-global family
entertainment company, came
alongside Funai with a dona-
tion of educational videos. First
Book, working with NHSA, is
distributing one Learning Library
- a TV/VCR unit and 20 videos.
The combined retail value of ap-
proximately $385.79.


The videos donated by Disney
include award-winning Baby
Einstein titles as well as beloved
Disney characters such as Mickey
Mouse, JoJo from JoJo's Circus,,
Bear from Bear in the Big Blue


House, Winnie the Pooh, and the
Disney Princesses.
The teachers and children were
thrilled to receive their Learning
Library and the videos will be in-
corporated into the lesson plans.


~ MARK TWAIN


FFA business management team finishes fourth in state


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FFA NEWS
by Joseph Daniels
On April 30, the Blountstown
Chapter of FFA went to the Uni-
versity of Florida to compete in
four state events. The business
management team finished ranked
fourth in the state. Team members
include Jeffrey Stewart, Ricky
Mercer, Amy Reid, and Cassandra
Tharpe. Emily Davis and Lauren
Davis finished fifth place in the
state in their Ornamental Horti-
culture Demonstration-Artistic
Division. Hailey Moravek and
Alisha Strawn also competed in
the Ornamental Horticulture Dem-
onstration under the Market Divi-
sion and placed sixth in the state.


B-TOWN HIGH SCHOOL TIGER TRACK EVENTS
I May 10 Senior exams .
May 12- Graduation practice 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Science
I Fair in gymnasium 1-3 P.M.; Barbazon representative in I
Cafeteria 11:30 a.m..- 1 p.m.
May 14 Baccalaureate at 5 p.m. in auditorium
I May 17/19 Semester exams for grades 9-11
May 18 Graduation at 7 p.m.
L J.


On May 1, the meat judging team
of Glenda Pierce, Joseph Daniels,
Andrea Sanchez, and Whitney
Baxley competed and placed in
the top ten for the state.
SCIENCE FAIR
BHS will have a science fair this
Thursday, May 11 from 5 to 6:30
in the gym. The public is invited


to view hard work of these 9th
grade students.
EXAM SCHEDULE
*Wednesday, May 17- Exams
2,4, and 6
*- Thursday, May 18 -Exams 1
and 3
*Friday, May 19 Exams 5
and 7


f SUICIDE-
Paul F. Joyner, Ph.D.

By way of definition: There is decide the killing of a god; patri-
cide the killing of one's father; fratricide the killing of one's brother
or sister, etc., then we have suicide the killing of one's self.
Numbers of people have asked me questions concerning sui-
cide. I will attempt to answer some, but in a short article it is impos-
sible to go into the subject in any depth.
I have found that it seems to be the consensus among psychol-
ogists and also among psychiatrists that those who commit suicide
are under severe emotional disturbance prior to and at the time of
the suicide.
Dr. Clyde Naramore wrote: "Whether a person merely threatens
to take his life or actually carries it out, it is an indication of emo-
tional disturbance. It is often said that the person who threatens
to take his life will not actually carry this out. But such is not the
case. Some who speak of suicide do not actually attempt to end
their lives, but their threats should not be ignored. The reality of
the emotional disturbance does not depend on whether the person
actually attempts to take his life. Regardless of his words, he still
needs help."
7 Dr. Gordon wrote: "Suicide (actual or attempted) is regarded in
most cases as a sign of SEVERE emotional disorder."
Very often an attempted suicide is in effect a 'cry for help.' The
, individual does not really want to die. What he does want is some-
body to render the help he is crying out for. Most times the person
in this frame of mind doesn't really expect to die. If he drives his car
into a tree, or jumps overboard from a ship, he expects that at the
last minute by some means he will be saved. Illogical? Yes, but a
person who has reached this level of emotional disturbance is not
likely to concern himself with considerations of logic.
Dr. Noyes states in the Seventh Edition of Modern Clinical Psy-
chiatry: "Obsessive preoccupation with suicidal thoughts is patho-
logical. Those who attempt suicide manage to give warning of their
distress."
'. Again, indicating that one who talks about suicide often, those
who attempt suicide and those who are actually successful in their
effort to commit suicide, are certainly not in a healthy emotional
state. Anyone in this state of emotional disturbance should defi-
nitely see a counselor.
I hope this will help some of those who have asked concerning
this situation.
I invite you to visit Oak Terrace Bible Church, located at 16970 NW
22nd St., Blountstown, FL. Dr. Joyner may be reached at 674-2633 or
674-573.1.


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MESSER, JERRY C.
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PUTNAL, ERNEST KYLE
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OO0DEG 10MIN 07 SEC W ALG
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011-5S-4W-00045-000
27.74 AC OB0150P0162
SANAULLAH, SHEZAD AND
HELEN E. NITSIOS
74 16TH ST
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
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BEGIN AT PT 730 FT M/L N
& 1170 FT M/L AND TO A PT
WHERE THE S LINE OF PA.
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006-1 S-5W-00083-009
2.09 AC
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KING
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UNRECORDED PLAT O.R. BK.
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4962 CROOKED ROAD
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1.00 AC OB0153P0568
DAVIS, WENDI AND BEAU DAVIS
27360 NE MERCER LANE
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC. 24-1 S-5W 1 AC BEGAT
SW COR OF SEC 24, RUN N26
DEG 10 MIN E469TTO N
SIDE OF CO ROAD FOR POB.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

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'032-2S-5W-00242-009
4.00 AC OB0139P0085
BROWN, CYNTHIA G.
P.O. BOX 1423
QUINCY, FL 32353
SEC 32-2S-5W 4.00 AC COM9
AT CON MON AT NE COR OF
SEC 32 BEING POB TH S 00
DEG 34 MIN 38 SEC E ALONG
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10 R0054100 HX $289.14
002-1 N-6W-00310-000
7.96 AC OB0099P0302
KARTUNE, PATRICIA K.
300 ABE CHESTER ROAD
QUINCY, FL 32351-8013
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NW COR OF SEC 2 TH E
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MARTIN, TANIA
BERT W. CREWS
15077 NE 8O STREET


LIBERTY COUNTY

DELINQUENT REAL PROPERTY TAX

FOR THE YEAR 2005


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


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


Carol K. Strickland, Tax Collector, Liberty County, Florida
5-10, 517. 5-24


HOSFORD, FL 32334-2325
SEC 15 1S 6W 1.06 AC COM
SE COR OF NE1/4 OF SEC 15
TH N 00 DEG 24 MIN W
164.35' ALONG THE SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

'14 R0076400 HX $81.58
014-1S-6W-00478-000
.31 AC OB0123P0035
RUDD, JOSEPH E., JR.
BOX 313
HOSFORD, FL 32334
TOWN OF HOSFORD WEST 1/2
OF LOTS 10 & 11, BLOCK 7
DEED BK. 27, P. 3 O.R.
BK. 123, PG. 35 ALSO:
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

17 R0092700 '$253.64
023-1 S-6W-00589-000
2.58 AC OB0126P0214
BULLOCK, REBECCA LEIGH
135 IVERNIA LOOP
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32312-4530
SEC. 23-1S-6W 2.58 AC COM
AT INTERSECTION OF THE
OLDRHODEN'S LINE WITH THE
W BDY OF SEC 23 AND RUN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

18 R0098400 $32.13
023-1 S-6W-00636-000 .
.04 AC OB0125P0621
CARTER, JAMES TOMMY
315 SW IRIS CT
LAKE CITY, FL 32024
SEC. 23-1S-6W LOT COM AT
SE COR OF BLK 24, TOWN OF
HOSFORD AND RUN S 500 FT

THS 9 DEG W 250 FT ALONG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


19 R0102700 $136.31
023-1 S-6W-00664-000 .
66.50 AC
SHULER, ALFRED 0.
C/O SHULER & SHULER
34 FOURTH STREET
POST OFFICE DRAWER 850
APALACHICOLA, FL 32329
SEC. 23-1S-6W 66.5 AC
BEGIN ON A&N RR 1046.4 FT
N & 1607.03 FT E OF SW
COR OF NW1/4 OF NW1/4 OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

21 R0109400 HX $347.53
026-1 S-6W-00704-004
3.00 AC OB0128P0542
MILLETTE, CRAIG
18705 NE CANNON BRANCH RD
HOSFORD, FL 32334-2746
SEC 26 1S 6W 3 AC COM AT
CON MON SW COR SEC 26 TH
E 3896.31 FT TH N 2173.35
FTTO ST RD ROW CON MON
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026-1 S-6W-00704-011
1.00 AC OB0122P0033
RICHARDS, DANNY E.
RO. BOX 34
TELOGIA, FL 32360
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SW COR OF SEC 26 TH E
3896.31 FTTH N 2173.35
FT TO ST RD ROW CON MON
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026-1 S-6W-00704-025
1.00 AC OB0138P0599
GAY, STORMY AND
GREGORY GAY
P.O. BOX 14
TELOGIA,.FL 32360
SEC 26-1S-6W 1AC COM 4X4"
CON MON MARKING SW COR OF
SEC 26 TH E 3896.31'TH N
2173.35'TO ST ROW TH S
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SHULER, DAVID JR.
C/O LIBERTY ICE CO.
RT. 1, BOX 45-X
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 26-1S-6W 1.93 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 26 TH N
01 DEG 01 MIN 17 SEC W
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027-1 S-6W-00768-023
1.00 AC OB0105P0427
CROWE, DAVID AND
MARY DOUBERLEY
P.O. BOX 264
HOSFORD,, FL 32334
SEC 27-1S-6W 1 AC COM AT
SE COR TH S 89DEG 23MIN
04SEC W ALG SECTION LINE
1295.56'TO POINT ON TH W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

28 R0129400 $204.74
030-1 S-6W-00786-017
.50 AC OB0111P0225
CHAMBERS, GEORGE STEVEN
P.O. BOX 116
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 30-1 S-6W .50AC M/L
COM ATST JOE CON MON SW
COR OF SE1/4TH S 89DEG
36MIN 17SEC E ALG S LINE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

29 R0130800 $45.39
034-1S-6W-00796-001
.30 AC OB0097P0552
MERCER, BRYAN T.
P.O. BOX 156
TELOGIA, FL 32360
SEC 34-1S-6W .30 ACRE COM
NE COR OF LOT 1, BLK W QF
TELOGIA TH N 01 DEG 50
MIN 30 SEC.E 30'TH N 88
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

30 R01385


$104.42
035-1 S-6W-00851-004
3.40 AC
ARNOLD, BARBARA
C/O THOMAS E. ARNOLD
P.O. BOX 193
TELOGIA, FL 32360
SEC 35 15 6W 3.4 AC COM
AT THE SE COR OF SEC 35
TH RUN N 01 DEG 11 MIN E
2937'TH S 89 DEG 06 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


31 R0142800 $161.73
035-1 S-6W-00859-011
1.81 AC
PULLAM, ANDREA CHERYL
P.O. BOX 156
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 35-1S-6W 1.81 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 35 TH N
OODEG 39MIN 41SEC W
3725.96'TO ROD AND CAP
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

32. R0147300 $53.28
033-2N-6W-00299-000
1.50 AC
KENNEDY, CHESTER
141 AUDUBON DR.
HAVANA, FL 32333
SEC. 33-2N-6W 1.5 AC COM
ATTHE NE COR OF SE1/4 OF
SE1/4 SEC 33, RUN W 87
YDS S 86 YDS E 87 YDS N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

33 R0149100 $382.16
001-2S-6W-00878-000
177.90 AC OB0113P0206
WARD, LENA
P.O. BOX 69
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-6W 177.90 AC
SW1/4 & 81/2 OF SE1/4,
LESS 2 AC TO COXWELL &


LESS 16.28 AC TO GREEN &
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

34 R0149800 $58.68
001-2S-6W-00878-009
1.34 AC
ALLEN, DAWN A. & MEGAN N.
RT 1, BOX 97K
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 1-2S-6W 1.34 AC COM
AT SE COR OF SEC 1, TH N
01 DEG 20 MIN 22 SEC E
ALONG ELINE OF SEC 1,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

36 R0152400 HX $262.74
003-2S-6W-00889-002
1.00 AC OB0130P0551
MAYFIELD, LORETTA A.
JOHN RUSSELL DART, JR.
21518 NE SR 65
TELOGIA, FL 32360-0066
SEC. 3-2S-6W 1 ACRE COM
SE COR OF SEC 3 TH S
89DEG40 MIN W ALG S BDRY
OF SEC 3 2299.46 FT TO W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

37 R0174000 $31.56
006-1 N-7W-01136-001
.13AC OB0119PO510
DAWSON, ROSA LEE
RT. 2 BOX 44-E
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 6-1N-7W .13 AC COM
.AT NE COR OF SW 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SEC 6 TH N 272 YDS
W 420 YDS TO POB. TH N 75.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

38 R0174200 $342.36
006-1N-7W-01136-003
.14 AC OB0113P0572
MANUFACTURERS & TRADERS T
P.O. BOX 900
HATBORO, PA 19040
'SEC 6-1N-7W .14 AC COM AT
500 NE COR OF SW 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SEC 6, TH N 825 FT
TH W 420 FT TH N 75 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

39 R0174300 HX $55.96
006-1 N-7W-01136-004
.13 AC DAWSON, LISA
RT 2, BOX 44E
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 6-1 N-7W .13 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SW 1/4 OF THESE
1/4 OF SEC 6 TH N 272 YDS
TH W 420 FT FOR POB. TH N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

40 R0174600 $70.79
006-1 N-7W-01137-001
.10.00 AC
DAWSON, BARBARA & THE EST
OF TIMOTHY BATTLES
7177 NW DONAR RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 6-1N-7W 10 AC SW1/4
OF THE NW1/4 OF THE SW
1/4 OF SEC 60.R. BK. 91,
P. 99 -104 TOGETHER WITH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE. TAXROLL)

41 R0175300 $350.22
006-1 N-7W-01141-000
10.94 AC OB0150P0488
BONNER, CORENDIS DAWSON
230 FARMINGTON AVE
HARTFORD, CT 06105
SEC. 6-1 N-7W 10.94 AC
BEGIN AT NE COR OF W 1/2
OF SE 1/4TH S 00 DEG 00
MIN 24 SEC E ALONG E BDY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

42 R0192300 HX $1187.53
031-1 N-7W-01248-002
4.62 AC.
SHULER, PARLEY S. III


P.O. BOX 97
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 31-1N-7W 4.62 THE
NW1/4 OF NE1/4 OF SE1/4
LESS AND EXCEPT A 264'
WIDE STRIP ACROSS THE N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

43 R0204900 $73.48
031-1 N-7W-01361-000
.16 AC
STOLTZFUS, TERRELL R.
1750 EAGLE STREET
CANTONMENT, FL 32533
SEC. 31-1 N-7W COM AT SW
COR LOT 10 TOWN OF
BRISTOL GO N 120 FT E 61
FT S 120 FTW 61 FTTO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

44 R0205400 $227.66
031-1N-7W-01366-000
.51 AC
HARRELL, JACK RAYMOND
C/O FLORIDA JACK'S BOXING
782 YONGE STREET
TORONTO, ON M4Y- 2B6
CANADA
SEC. 31-1N-7W LOT COM NE
COR LOT COM NE COR LOT 11
GO S 100 FT FOR POB GO W
150 FT S 150 FT E 150 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

.45 R0209700 $729.35
031-1 N-7W-01413-000
.51 AC
CLAY, JAMES EARL
P.O. BOX 385
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W LOTS LOTS
10,11,12 BLK 3 BAKERS
ADT. TO BRISTOL DEED BK.
29, P. 132 DEED BK. 29,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
134/51

46 R0211500 $420.08
031-1 N-7W-01433-000
.25 AC OB0094P0135
STOLTZFUS, TERRELL
1750 EAGLE ST
CANTOMENT, FL 32533-8394
SEC. 31-1 N-7W COM AT SE
COR OF BLK 6 IN SOLOMON'S
ADDT TO THE TOWN OF
BRISTOL TH N 355 FT FOR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

47 R0215100 $733.97
031-1 N-7W-01472-000
.21 AC OB0130P0204
SLOAN, WILLIAM H & GLENDA
P.O. BOX 187
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1N-7W LOTS 1,2,3.
BLK 4 WEAVER AD T TO
BRISTOL DEED BK. 27, P.
560 COR. DEED. OR 130/204
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

48 R0227100 HX $193.54
033-1N-7W-01532-001
5.03 AC OB0143P0310
SCHONVELD, KARS J.
12732 NW SR 20
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 33-1 N-7W 5.03 AC COM
AT ACON MON MARKING SW
COR OF SEC 33 TH N OOD
28M 10S E ALG THE WLY BDY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

49 R0227300 HX $152.73
033-1N-7W-01532-003
10.02 AC
WARE, WILLIE B. & SHARON
12774 NW SR 20
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 33-1N-7W 10.02 AC COM
AT CON MON MARKING SW COR
OFSEC33THNOOD28M
10S E ALG WLY BDY OF SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

50 R0234900 HX $67.59
033-1 N-7W-01540-026
2.00 AC OB0105P0610
BAGGETT, TRACIE L.
12930 NW SELLERS RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 33-1 N-7W 2 AC M/L COM
AT SW COR OF SE 1/4 OF
NEI/4TH N 01 DEG 14 MIN
00 SEC W 1745.68'TH S 89
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)








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51 R0242100 HX $160.48
003-1 S-7W-01572-008
2.57 AC OB0121P0207
PEDDLE, TAMMY L.
HCR 2 BOX 29
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 3-1S-7W 2.57AC COM IN
THE CENTER OF HWY 20 ON
TH WEST SIDE OF COUNTY RD
LEADING TO WHITE SPGS AND
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

52 R0244500 HX $631.35
003-1 S-7W-01591-000
15.87 AC
ARMITAGE, GEORGE
14462 NW SR 20
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 3-1S-7W 15.87 AC
COM. AT E LINE OF SEC. 3
CROSSES STRD 20 AND RUN W
ALONG N SIDE OF SAID ROAD
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

53 R0247100 $323.29
004-1 S-7W-01603-009
3.59 AC OB0133P0528 .
WHITE, EDWARD AND
KATHERINE WHITE
P.O. BOX 278
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 4-1 S-7W- 3.59 AC COM
AT CON MON MARKING NW COR
OF SEC 4 TH N 89DEG 51 MIN
37SEC E ALG NLY BDY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

54 R02618060 HX $1068.94
006-1 S-7W-01680-024
.41 AC OB0128P0551 '
MOORE, ANTHONY L.
10796 NW MICKEY DR.
BRISTOL, FL .32321.
SEC 6-1S-7W LOT 4, BLK C,
UNIT 3, SHULER HEIGHTS
S/D OR 128/551

55 R0266100 $58.40
006-TS-7W-01713-000
.48 AC
HARRELL,, JACK J. EST.
_*C/O FLORIDA JACK'S BOXING
782 YONGE STREET
-TORONTO, ON M4Y- 2B6
CANADA
SEC. 6-1 S-7W LOT COM. AT
SW COR. OF LOT 17 TOWN OF
BRISTOL AND RUN S 200 FT
FOR POB. THENCE RUN E 300
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLi .

56 R0267000 HX $594.53
006-1 S-7W-01722-000
1.72 AC
WARD, LENA & CHIP
P.O. BOX 69
-BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 6-1S-7W 2 AC COM AT
THE NW COR OF SEC 6 TH E
-80YDS S140YDS TO POB
TH S 83 1/3YDS E 100YDS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)-

.58 R0272900 $76.81
007-1S-7W-01754-013
.80 AC OB0072P0676
PEDDlE. IRMA NELL LINDSEY
RT 3, BOX 389-B
BRISTOL, FL 32321'
SEC. 7-1S-7W .80 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 7, THNN
88 DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04'TO E'LY R/W OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

59 R0273000. $176.61
007-1.S-7W-0:1,754-014
.61 AC OB0079P0270
GRIFFEN, EDDIE & MELISSA
4922 SW LULA KEMP RD
KINARD. FL 32449-2212
SEC. 7-1S-7W .61 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FTTO E'LY R'W OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

60 R0273100 $32.79
.007-1S-7W-01754-016
.11 AC OB0074P0329
PEDDLE IRMA NELL LINDSEY
RT 3, BOX 389-B
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 7-1S-7W 12 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SEC 7TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FT TO E'LY R/W OF.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

61 R0273300 $91.50
007-1S-7W-01754-018
.69 AC OB0079P0282
PEDDLE, IRMA NELL LINDSEY
RT 3, BOX 389-B
SBRISTOL, FL 32321
"SEC 7-1S-7W 69 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FT TO THE E'LY R/W
I (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

. 62 R0274900 HX $86838


NOTICE OF TAXCERTIFIAESL


007-1 S-7W-01765-001
.59 AC OB0115P0244
SMITH, BRUCE AND BETH
10587 NW AZALEA ST.
.BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 7-1 S-7W LOTS LOTS
19,21 HOLLIDAY
SUBDIVISION O.R. BK. 51,'
P. 617 O.R. BK. 66, P.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

63 R0275700- HX $1246.50
007-1 S-7W-01768-005
1.50 AC OB0147P0220
STULL, RAYMOND AND ADA D.
14168 NW CHARLIE MCDOWELL
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 7-1S-7W 1.5011 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 7 TH S
89 DEG 43 MIN E
1747.18'TH N 19 DEG 46
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

64 R0278800 HX $160.35
007-1 S-7W-01791-000
.48 AC
SUMMERLIN, DOUGLAS & KATH
RT.3 BOX 285
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 7-1S-7W LOT LOT COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 7TH
N'LYALONG W'LY LINE OF
SAID SEC 2180 FT TO THE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIL)

65 R0279100 $715.94
007-1S-7W-01793-000
5.00 AC OB0138P0575
OWENS, PHILLIP JEFFREY
19411, PANAMA CITY BEACH P
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL
32413
SEC. 7-1S-7W 5 AC COM SW
COR SEC 7 RUN N 586 2/3
YDS FOR POB RUN N 70YDS
E 335 YDS M/L TO W SIDE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

66 R0297500 HX $349.29
018-1 S-7W-01885-002
5.20 AC
MCGEE, GARY & PATRICIA
P.O. BOX 463
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC.'18-1S-7W 5.2 AC COM
NE COR OF SW1/4 OF NE1/4
& RUN S 420'TO POB TH W
630'S 319'E 384' S
S(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

67 R0300000 HX $376.64
018-1 S-7W-01896-000
1.00 AC OB0133P0023
SHULER, CHARLENE KELLER,
15104 NW CR 12
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 18-1S-7W 1 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SW1/4 OF SEC 18
RUN N 5 CHAINS FOR POB N
117 YDS W 99 YDS TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

68 R0306200 $810.26
019-1S-7W-01937-002
1.14 AC
JOHNSON, JAMES TERRY
P.O. BOX 194
BRISTOL, FL. 32321
SEC.19-1S-7W 1.14 AC
FROM INTERSECTION OF S
BOUNDARY OF SR 12 A WITH
W BOUNDARY OF SR 12
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

69 R031810Q $92.90
030-1 S-7W-01971-001
2.09 AC OB0118P0156
SMITH, KELLI L.
P.O. BOX 183
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 30-1S-7W 2.09 AC COM
ATTHE NE COR OF SW1/4 OF
NW1/4 SEC 30 RUN W324
YDS S 148YDS TO POB GO S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

70 R0318800 HX $2235.27
* 030-1S-7W-01978-000
S 47.34 AC OB0125P0551
GLASS JIMMY L.
P.O. BOX 445
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 30-1S-7W,25-1S-8W
47.34 AC ALL THAT PART OF
N1/2 OF SW1/4 OF SEC 30
LYING E OF SR #379 ALSO
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

. 71 R0320600 $58.52
031-1S-7W-01984-008


1.50 AC OB0147P0303
JOHNSON, HINTON R. &
LAQUITA PARRAMORE
5657 NW CR 274
ALTHA, FL 32421
SEC. 31-1S-7W 1.50 AC COM
AT CON MON AT SW COR SEC
31 TH N 00 DEG 26 MIN 21
SEC EALNG W'RLY BDRY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

72 R0330800 $79.55
002-2N-7W-00936-002
2.00 AC OB0124P0195
BRYANT, VERNICE
23032 NE OCHEESSE LANDING
GRAND RIDGE, FL 32442
SEC 2-2N-7W 2 AC COM AT
SW COR OF SW 1/4 OF SEC 2
TH E ALONG S BDY LINE 295
FT FOR POB.TH N 295 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

73 R0330900 $79.55
002-2N-7W-00937-000
2.00 AC
HARGRETT, DELIA EST.
9278 ADELPHI ROAD
HYATTSVILLE, MD 20783
SEC 2 2N 7W 2 AC W1/2 OF
W1/2 OF SW1/4 LESS 38 AC
TO OTHERS

74 R0374900 $350.24
019-5S-7W-02108-001
1.01 AC OB0135P0460
VINES, JACKIE
2550 SHELLNUT DR.
ADAMSVILLE, AL 35005
SEC. 19-5S-7W 1.01 AC COM
AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
MARK- ING THE NW COR OF
SEC 19TH S 00 DEG 04 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

75 R0378600 $48.01
019-5S-7W-02142-002
.11 AC
BARFIELD, NORMAN F
5010 BEAVER ST.
PANAMA CITY, FL 32404
SEC. 19-5S-7W LOT LOT 7
,BLK 37 TOWN OF SUMATRA*
O.R. BK. 57, P. 02.

76 R0380300 $101.43
019-5S-7W-02149-010
.50 AC OB0141P0272
KIRVIN, GEORGE W.
66 WADDELL RD
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
SEC19-5S-7W .50 AC COM @
LIGHTER WOOD HUB
MARKINGNW COR OF SEC 19
TH RUN S 00DE16MIN 54SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

77 R0381100 $7639.14
-019-5S-7W-02149-116
48.29 AC OB0154P0500
J. BONDS INVESTMENTS, LLC
83 U.S. HIGHWAY 98
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 19-5S-7W 48.29 AC SEE
DEED FOR LEGAL DESC OR
154/500

78 R0382200 $61.25
019-5S-7W-02198-001
.46 AC
LINDSEY, IRMA NELL
.RT 3, BOX 389-B
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 19-5S-7W .46 AC COM
AT NW COR OF LOT 1, BLK
60TOWN OF SUMATRA AND RUN
W 40 FT THE'S 390 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

79 R0383500 $40.40
019-5S-7W-02198-028
.09 AC OB0144P0321 .
EDGE, GEORGE
40861 SW SEVENTH AVENUE
BRISTOL, FL 32321 .
SEC 19-5S-7W .09 AC COM
AT NW COR OF LOT 1, BLOCK
60, TOWN OF SUMATRA AND
RUN W 40 FTTH S 587.77,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)-

80 R0385200 $294.98
030-5S-7W-02171-000
2.00 AC OB0154P0475
VONIER, H. JEFF & BARBARA
IVY LYNN BROWN
179 LONGLEAF DRIVE
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 30-5S-7W 2 AC COM.
WHERE COUNTY LINE CROSSES


E LINE OF RR, GO E 80 YDS
N 185YDS W80YDS S 185
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

81 R0387300 $253.30
030-5S-7W-02181-007
1:52 AC OB0154P0475
VONIER, H. JEFF & BARBARA
IVY LYNN BROWN
179 NW LONGLEAF DRIVE
SBRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 30-5S-7W 1.52 AC COM
@ U.S. GOV. MON MARKING
NE COR SEC 30 TH S OODEG
47MIN49SEC W 2599.71'TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

82 R0387600 $302.40
030-5S-7W-02181-010
1.33 AC OB0144P0198
CRUM, DONNIE L. AND
JEAN M. CRUM
PRO. BOX 418
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
030-5S-7W 1.33 AC COM @
ROD MARKING SW COR OF BLK
34 OF THE TOWN OF SUMATRA
TH RUN N 84DEG 48MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

83 R0388300 $382.29
030-5S-7W-02181-017.
1.00 AC OB0146P0591
TOPHAM, DUANE A. AND
AMANDA C. TOPHAM
37 SCHOOL HOUSE RD
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 30-5S-7W 1AC COM @ NE
COR OF SEC 30 N
OODEG52MIN 51 SEC TO PT
LYING ON SLYROW OF ST RD
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

84 R0388500 $354.97
030-5S-7W-02181-019
1.00 AC OB0152P0298
BRANNAN, THOMAS LAWRENCE
IDA RENEE BRANNAN
530 AVE. A
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 30-5S-7W 1AC COM @
CAP MARKING SW COR BLK 34
OF TOWN OF HOSFORD TO PT
LYING ELY ROW IF 5TH ST
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE.TAXROLL)

85 R0388800 $4046.67
030-5S-7W-02181-022
20.00 AC OB0154P0504
BARBER, STEPHANIE S.,
DAVID ELLIS BARBER, II, D
DALE SHIVER & JIMMY D.-G.
169 N BAYSHORE DRIVE
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 30-5S-7W 20 AC COM @
NLY ROW OF 8TH ST PT
ALSMARKING SW COR OF BLK
'34' OF TOWN OF SUMATRA,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

86 R0392000 $227.96
030-5S-7W-02198-011
.11 AC OB0154P0403
VONIER, H. JEFF & JEFFERS
179 NW LONGLEAF DRIVE
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 30-5S-7W LOTS LOT 9 &
10 BLK 1, TOWN OF SUMATRA
LESS SR R/W FOR DITCH .
THROUGH LOT 9 O.R. BK.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

87 R0392100 $119.51
030-5S-7W-02198-012
.22 AC OB0155P0135
MIMS, DOUGLAS L.
7131 MID PINES DRIVE
MONTGOMERY, AL 36117
SEC 30 5S 7W LOTS LOTS 15
& 16 BLK 1 TOWN OF
SUMATRA O.R. BK. 57, P.
07 O.R. BK. 61, P.234 OR
155/135

88 R0392200 $48.01
. 030-5S-7W-02198-013
.11 AC OB0155P0135
MIMS, DOUGLAS L.
7131 MID PINES DRIVE
MONTGOMERY, AL 36117
SEC. 30-5S-7W LOT LOT 14
BLK 1 TOWN OF SUMATRA
O.R. BK. 58, P. 252 O.R.
BK. 61, P. 234 OR 155/135

89 R0394200 $71.67
014-1 N-8W-02212-010
.85 AC OB0101P0264
WADE, JOE J.
RT. 10, BOX 149-1


TALLAHASSEE, FL 32310
SEC. 14-1N-8W .8445 AC
COMAT S TOP OF BANK OF
THE APA- LACHICOLA RIVER
SAID PT BEING ON THE E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

90 R0395400 HX $749.74
036-1 N-8W-02222-000
.51 AC
ADAMS, ERNEST L. & DONNA
12391 NW CENTRAL AVENUE
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 36-1 N-8W LOT COM AT
E BDY OF JAMES RAMSEY
SURVEY PLAT DATED
11/19/62 TH ALONG E BDY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

91 R0404600 HX -$138.96
012-1S-8W-02286-000
.41 AC
DABNEY, SUZANNE
RO. BOX 778
BRISTOL, FL 32321
'SEC. 12-1S-8W LOT LOT 3,
BLK. D, NEAL SUBDIVISION
O.R. BK. 29, P875

92 R0405400 HX $149.64
012-1 S-8W-02293-001
.41 AC
WEBB, LINDA
RT. 3 BOX 295
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 12-1S-8W LOT LOT 12
BLK D NEAL SUBDIVISION
O.R. BK. 19, P. 307 OR
99/564 (NAME3REMOVED)

93 R0409000 HX $81.15
012-1 S-8W-02316-002
.32 AC OB0099P0003
YOUNG, RICHLENE.R.
10049 SECOND STREET
BRISTOL, FL 32321-9609..
SEC 12-1S-8W LOT LOT 11,
BLK L, NEAL S/D #2 O.R.
BK. 83, P. 014 O.R. BK.
97, P.049.O.R. BK. 99,
P.003

95 R0423000 $341.92
025-1 S-8W-02394-011
.53 AC 'OB0151P0587
GARCIA, SHARON 0.
P.O. BOX 789
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 25-1S-8W .53 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 25TH S
00 DEG 47 MIN E 3414'TH
W 840FT TH S 00 DEG 47
(ADD'L LEGAL SEETAXROLL)

96 R0423300 $48.89
025-1 S-8W-02394-014
.50 AC OB0134P0001
O'BRIAN, TOMMY
RT 1, BOX 218B3
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 25-1S-8W .50 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 25 TH S
00 DEG 47 MIN E3414TH W
840'TH N 00 DEG 47 MIN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

97 R0423400 $48.89
025-1 S-8W-02394-015
.50 AC OB0097P0546
MCHENRY, ANN RENEE
ROUTE BOX 320-H
ALTHA, FL 32421
SEC 25-1S-8W .50 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 25 TH S
00 DEG 47 MIN E 3414TH W
840'TH S 00 DEG 47 MIN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

98 R0430200 $69.39
001-2S-8W-02423-011
..43 AC OB0097P0181
JOHNSON, HINTON
5657 NW CR 274
ALTHA,, FL 32421
SEC 1-2S-8W .44 AC. COM
AT NECOR SEC 1 TH S 89
DEG 42 MIN W ALONG N LINE
OF SEC 1505.55' TO THE W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

99 R0430900 $254.23
001-2S-8W-02423-022
3.00 AC OB0111P0147
SUBER, WAYNE
P.O. BOX 478
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-8W 3.0 AC COM
ATNE COR OF SEC 1 TH S 89
DEG 57MIN 2 1457.5'S 11
DEG 05 MIN W 2101.95TH N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)







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100 R0431100 $635.55
001-2S-8W-02424-000
1.67 AC OB0120P0464
JOHNSON, HINTON
5657 NW CR 274
ALTHA, FL 32421
SEC 1-2S-8W 1.67 COM AT
THE NECOR OF SEC 1 TH S
89 DEG 42 MIN W
1505.55'TO W SIDE OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

101 R0431300 $159.23
001-2S-8W-02424-002
.25 AC OB0121P0012
PARKER, GLENWOOD
RT 1, BOX 142-A-6-E
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-8W .256 ACCOM
AT NE COR OF SEC 1, TH S
89 DEG 42 MIN W ALONG N
LINE OF SEC 1 FOR 1505.55
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

102 R0431400 $128.04
001-2S-8W-02424-003
.28 AC OB0143P0190
GOFF, THOMAS
PO. BOX 148
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 1-2S-8W .35 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SEC 1 TH S
89DEG 42 MIN W ALONG THE
N LINE OF SEC 1505.55 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

103 R0432000 HX $1093.84
001-2S-8W-02425-000
1.00 AC
SUBER, LAVERNE
P.O. BOX 192
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-2S-8W LOT-COM NE
COR SEC RUN S 89 DEG 57
MIN W 1457.5 FT S 1.1 DEG
05 MIN W 2101.95 FT N 89
.(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

104 R0436000 $140.85
011-2S-8W-02456-000
1.22 AC
THOMAS, MILTON A.
9301 MILLER DRIVE
MIAMI, FL 33186-2241
SEC. 11-2S-8W LOT LOT 30,
ESTIFFANULGA LAKESIDE
EST. O.R. BK. 13, P. 9

105 R0443800 HX $315.00
015-2S-8W-02468-075
.94 AC OB0123P0018
CONYERS, LES AND
CONNIE CONYERS
P.O. BOX 1274
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 15-2S-8W .94 AC COM
SW COR ESTIFF. L.SIDE
EST.PLAT BK 1, P. 24
LIBERTY CO. TH S 64 DEG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

"109 R0448800 HX $260.28
015-2S-8W-02496-000
1.06 AC OB0143P0284
MORAN, BOBBY LEE &
JENNIFER ANN YOUNG
7291 NW FLINT RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 15-2S-8W LOT LOT 9
BLK 3 ESTIFFANULGA UNIT #
1. O.R.BK.64, R 536
O.R. BK. 101, P 474 LOT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

110 R0450200 HX $42.60
015-2S-8W-02503-005
.19 AC OB0108P0206
KEITH, GEORGIA ANN
21036 NW LANDING ROAD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 1'5 2S 8W LOT LOT 1
BLK A ESTIFFANULGA S/D
O.R. BK. 84, P.185 OR BK
108, PG, 206 AGREEMENT
FOR DEED

111 R0452500 HX $2187.65
016-2S-8W-02511-015
1.00 AC OB0114P0400
SUBER, WAYNE
P.O. BOX478
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 16-2S-8W 1AC COM AT
4X4 CON MON MARKING NW
COR OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4 TH
S OODEG 00 MIN OOSEC E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

112 R0453800 HX $1470.32
022-2S-8W-02526-001
38.00 AC OB0133P0651
SIRMONS, DONALD AND SHELI
P.O. BOX 1033
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 22-2S-8W 38 AC THAT
PART OFTHE SW1/4 OF ,
SW1/4 E OF THE CTY RD.
O.R. BK. 24, P. 2 OR
133/651

113 R0455100 $49.37


028-2S-8W-02538-000
9.53 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
-MOODY, AL 35004
SEC. 28-2S-8W 9.53 AC
COM. AT NE COR. OF NE1/4
OF SEC. 28 & RUN S 3 DEG
W 887.5 FT FOR POB.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

114 R0456400 $62.03
028-2S-8W-02547-000
1.00 AC
KENNER, CHARITY EST.
-C/O DOCIE JONES
802 EAST 17TH STREET
LYNN HAVEN, FL 32444
SEC. 28-2S-8W 1 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4
SEC 28THE N 5 CHS W 5
CHS OR TO JUST W OF PUB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

115 R0462600 $38.26
0.02-3S-8W-02575-000
4.80 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
MOODY, AL 35004
SEC. 2-3S-8W 4.8 AC COM
AT A PT ON THE E BDY OF
SR #379 WHICH IS 589.7 FT
S AND 608 FT E OF NW COR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

1116 R0463100 $68.77
002-3S-8W-02577-003
17.80 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR L.
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
MOODY, AL 35004
SEC 2-3S-8W 17.8 AC COM
AT NE COR OF NW1/4 OF SEC
2 TH S03 DEG 55 MINW
589'TH S 06 DEG 40 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

117 R0464300 HX $229.08
002-3S-8W-02586-000
.83 AC OB0128P0428
SMITH, DONNA JO
25603 SW CR 379
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 2-3S-8W ALL BLK A
LOTS 4,5,6 BLK C UNIT 1
ORANGE SUBDIVISION O.R.
BK. 87, P. 445 OR. BK.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

118 R0464700 $231.13
002-3S-8W-02591-000
.76 AC OB0154P0615
BLITCH, S.E. AND NEAL


P.O. BOX 355
BONIFAY, FL 32425
SEC. 2-3S-8W LOTS LOTS
1,2,3 BLK E ORANGE
SUBDIV- ISION OR 154/615

119 R0469300 $131.21
002-3S-8W-02639-000
.97 AC OB0106P0141
DUGGAR, HERBERT & VIRGINI
39 THOMAS DRIVE
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
SEC. 2-3S-8W LOTS
1,2,3,4,5 BLK M ORANGE
SUB- DIVISION O.R. BK.
40, P. 563 OR. BK. 105,
PG. 141

120 R0469400 $242.54
002-3S-8W-02640-000
.19 AC OB0080P0127
DUGGAR, HERBERT & VIRGINI
39 THOMAS DRIVE
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
SEC. 2-3S-8W LOT 6 BLK M
ORANGE SUBDIVISION O.R.
BK. 46, P 776

121 R0469500 $75.97
002-3S-8W-02641-000
.19 AC OB0087P0506
DUGGAR, VIRGINIA & HERBER
39 THOMAS DRIVE
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
SEC. 2-3S-8W LOT 7 BLK M
ORANGE SUBDIVISION O.R.
BK. 87, P. 506

122 R0470000 $105.15
002-3S-8W-02647-000
.22 AC OB0074P0189
CRAYCRAFT, CLAUDE & BARBA
P.O. BOX 145
MARIANNA, FL 32447
SEC. 2-3S-8W LOT 5, BLOCK
P, ORANGE S/D O.R. BK.
74, P. 189

123 R0470700 $370.23
002-3S-8W-02651-000
.21 AC OB0118P0109
BLITCH, S. E. AND NEAL BL
P.O. BOX 355
BONIFAY, FL 32425
SEC. 2-3S-8W ALL OF LOT 4
BLKQ ORANGE S/D #1 LYING
AND BEING ON THE WESTERLY
SIDE OF BEAR ST AS PER
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

124 R0475400 $43.33
009-3S-8W-02686-001
5.04 AC OB0127P0050
PARRISH, TIFFANY C. & TYL
AND MELANIE PARRISH
20606 NE JIM DURHAM RD.LO
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424


NOTICE TO ALL DELINQUENT

LIBERTY COUNTY PERSONAL

PROPERTY TAXPAYERS 2005

All personal property taxes are delinquent as of April
1, 2006 and the delinquent taxes are now drawing
interest at the rate of 18% (percent) per annum as
per 197.413 Florida Statutes, and the tax collector
will apply to the circuit court for an order directing
levy and seizure of property for unpaid taxes.
Carol K. Strickland
Liberty County Tax Collector


P0002600
00012-000


$6107.87


Bancpartners
c/o CBIZ PROPERTY TAX
SOL
PMP 401, 820 S. MACAR-
THUR
SUITE 105-401
COPPELL, TX 75019


P0011400
$36.04
00082-001


MANUFACTURER AND
DEALERS
P. 0. BOX 3649
DANBURY, CT 06813-3649

P0012900
$31.00
00091-000
NORTHERN LEASING SYS-
TEMS,
C/O CBIZ PROPERTY TAX
2009 CHENAULT DRIVE
SUITE 100
CARROLLTON, TX 75006


SEC 9-3S-8W 5.04 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 9 TH S
89 DEG 01 MIN 55 SEC E
2649.85'TO POB TH S 00
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

126 R0507600 $85.61
001-4S-9W-02938-000
.23 AC
CHECOTE, G.D.
8285 MENTZERGAP ROAD
WAYNESBORO, PA 17268
SEC. 1-4S-9W LOT 30 BLK B
ALSO 1/84 UNDIVIDED
INTEREST IN FLORIDA RIVER
PARK SUBDIVISION O.R. BK.
7, P. 452

127 R0508600 HX $661.98
001-4S-9W-02946-000
.29 AC OB0140P0475
BROWN, NEEL
31793 SW FOX ST


NOTICE OFTAX. CERTIFICATE SALE

FOR LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT

2005 REAL PROPERTY TAX,

continued from page 21


If you're looking for a copy of
The Calhoun-Liberty Journal

you shouldn't have to look too far!


The Calhoun-Liberty Journal

is delivered every Wednesday

morning to newsracks

in Calhoun & Liberty counties

at these locations:

.CALHOUN COUNTY
*The Southern Express in Blountstown
East and West and Altha
*Petro in Blountstown and Altha
*Parramore's Restaurant *PitStop
*Ramsey Piggly Wiggly
*The Quick Pic *Connie's Kitchen
*Clarksville General Store
*Chapman's Grocery in Carr
*Smith's 'Golden Drugs
*Shelton's Store 'Gas Mart
*Scotts Ferry General Store
*Big Bend Bait & Tackle
*Harveys

LIBERTY COUNTY
*The Southern Express
in Bristol & Hosford
*Lake Mystic Supermarket
*Blackburn's Store in Hosford
*Tom Thompson's. Store in Telogia

*Crow's Citgo Hwy. 20 East
*Fichter's Store in Telogia
*Country Corner in Hosford
*BP Station in Bristol
*Express Lane
*Apalachee Restaurant


BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 1-4S-9W LOTS LOTS
2,3 BLK D FLORIDA RIVER
PARK ALSO 1/84 UNDIVIDED
INTEREST IN FLORIDA RIVER
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

128 R0509300 $83.10
001-4S-9W-02948-007
.22 AC
CARR, GENE, TIM ADKISON,
MARK JORDAN, JOHN BROWN &
ROBERT PLEAS
879 AVANT ROAD
CHIPLEY, FL 32428
SEC 1-4S-9W LOT LOT 1 BLK
C FLA RIVER PARK ALSO
1/84 UNDIVIDED INTEREST
IN FLA RIVER PARK SUBD.
O.R. BK. 52, P. 664

129 R0510400 $33.66
001-4S-9W-02949-001
.16AC OB0119P0085
FOSTER, STEPHEN, ROBERT P
CHARLES LAIRD, WILLIAM NO
AND WILLIAM BROWNE
P.O. BOX 416
WEWAHITCKA, FL 32465
SEC1-4S-9W .16 AC COM AT
3/4" IRON PIPE MARKING NE
COR OF BLOCK C OF FLORIDA
RIVER PARK AND RUN TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)





SMAY 40,2006 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 23


1 WFEC hosts annual meeting


est Florida Electric
Cooperative Inc. (WFEC) in
S"" Graceville, hosted its 69"' Annual
S ... Meeting on April 29. The event
". took place at, the Graceville
Civic Center from 8:30 a.m.
until noon. Some of the events
V i taking place throughout the day
Si m included displays and children's
events. Musical entertainment
was provided by Eighth Day.
Eighth Day is a mixed-trio based
in Spartanburg, SC, quickly
!v making a name for themselves
S. in the Southern Gospel Music
industry. Their fresh new sound
WFEC founding member, Gertha Simpson with State Representative, Marti is a little bit bluegrass, a touch
Coley. Simpson will turn 101 in July of this year and vividly recalls attending of country, and a whole lot of
the First Annual Meeting/Member Appreciation Day held in 1938. gospel!
WFEC Member-owners were also
PHOTO


able to register for door prizes,
participate in health screenings,
enjoy a great meal and learn the
results of the trustee elections
while visiting with friends and
neighbors. WFEC President
and Chief Executive Officer,
Bill Rimes reported on'WFEC's
recent efforts and achievements,
electric utility-related issues and
other topics of interest during the
meeting. Member-owners had
the opportunity to win a variety
of prizes such as electric grills,
small appliances, electronics
and more. WFEC also awarded
one lucky member-owner with a
4 kW portable generator.
Only. member-owners who
returned the registration cards


from their election packets
by April 19 were eligible to
win the generator. However,
every member who attended
the meeting received a choice
of complimentary gifts upon
registration.
A representative from
McDaniel & Associates, the
certified public accounting
firm that collects and tabulates
WFEC's mail ballots, announced
the results of the District 7, 8, 9
trustee elections at the end of
the meeting. Complimentary
sandwiches were served for
lunch by Sonny's Barbecue and
drinks were provided throughout
the day by cheerleaders from
Chipley High School.


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Help Wanted

Several Positions
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7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
.. 1-hour lunch
Health Insurance
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Phone: 643-2121, ext. 3


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The following positions are
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teaching experience and demonstrated competency as an
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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach Applied Piano
to music majors and minors; teach a variety of other class-
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Keyboard Harmony, Music Appreciation, Music Theory and
Music Skills; based on experience maybe expected to ac-
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selected music majors; have oversight of the after school-
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Interested applicants should submit a letter of application
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Page 24 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 10, 2006


Liberty County Commission April 6 regular meeting minutes


Official minutes from the Liberty County
Commission regular meeting April 6, 2006
as recorded by the board secretary
The meeting was called to
order by Chairman John T. Sand-
ers. Present at the meeting were
commissioners Dexter Barber,
Albert Butcher, Jim Johnson, L.B.
Arnold, Attorney Shalene Grover,
Clerk Robert Hill and Deputy Clerk
Charla Kearce.
Prayer was-led by Norman
Hall.
The Pledge of Allegiance was
led by Clerk Robert Hill.
Motion to approve the minutes
of the regular meeting held March
9, 2006 was made by Arnold, sec-
onded by Barber and carried.
Philip Jones with Preble Rish
Engineers told the board the bids
on SCOP for County Road 12
have been postponed until the
May meeting.
Philip Jones gave the board
an update on road paving grants.
County Road 1641 to County Road
270 (Torreya State Park Road) has
been approved to be funded by the
County Incentive Grant.,
Chris Holley,. Executive Direc-
tor of the Florida Association of
Counties gave the board informa-
tion on what they are doing in the
legislature that will affect, small
counties.
Christy and Eugene Cook talk-
ed to the board about the drainage
and maintenance on Cook Road.
The board told Sammy Hanna to
check the easements before we
can do anything.
S Harold Sheppard talked to the
board about the drainage problem
in Orange. The board said that we
will meet with the Forest Service
and see what can be done.,
Cindy Copeland talked to the
board about a Health Care Coun-
cil and Johnny Eubanks, Lib-
erty County Representative on
the Congressional Health Care
Council told the board that Liberty
County has presented a proposal
for a facility with a full time doctor.
It was decided that in a couple of
weeks they would have a Health
Care Council Workshop and invite
the public.
The board has been invited to
the Hosford School on Thursday,
April 13 at 2 p.m. to hold hands
around the school for Violence
Prevention Week. Motion to des-
ignate April 10 through the 14th
as Violence Prevention Week was
made by Johnson, seconded by
Barber and carried.
David Odum addressed the
board about statements that were
made in the last regular meeting
and statements that were made
in the newspaper.
Motion to request that the State
of Florida, Department of Health
assist the Liberty County Board of
County Commissioners in .acquir-
ing a doctor/administrator with


the doctor being in Hosford four
hours a week was made by Arnold,
seconded by Butcher and carried.
Johnson abstained from voting.
Brenda Clay came before the
board. Motion to approve the
transfer of two Dodge vans to
the Road Department at a cost of
$5,400 from Liberty Transit was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Johnson and carried.
Motion to approve the 2006
TRIP Grant was made by Johnson,
seconded by Barber and carried.
Gloria Keenan told the board
that the Arts Council will receive
a $5,000 grant. Motion to ap-
prove three contracts with the
Department of State was made
by Johnson, seconded by Barber
and carried.
Motion to send a thank you,
letter to DJJ was made by Bar-
ber, seconded-by Butcher and
carried.
Rhonda Lewis, Emergency
Management Director presented
the board with shirts from Li-
feNet.
Motion to approve Hilda Pippen
as EMS Director was made by
Johnson, seconded by Butcher
and carried.
The board asked Hidlda Pippen
to come up with a rotation plan
between Hosford and Bristol to
house the ambulance.
Motion to piggy back agreement
for disaster relief services with
Asplundh Environmental Services
and Grubbs Emergency Services
was made by Johnson, seconded
by Butcher and carried.
Carroll Copeland presented a
letter from CPA Chris Moran on
the Grants Department.
Motion to approve Weatheriza-
tion Grant applicants Sally Hop-
kins, Dorothy Beckwith, Charles
Drew and Edna Brown was made
by Butcher, seconded by Johnson
and carried.
Motion to approve the repair
of a septic tank for Dewey Sand-
ers contingent upon the county
attorney's approval was made by
Arnold, seconded by Butcher and
carried.
Motion to approve a 40-day
leave of absence for Cindy Walker
was made by Arnold, seconded by
Butcher and carried.
Motion to approve Southern
Earth Science Inc., to prepare
a written technical report on the
landfill at a cost of $1,950 was
made by Barber, seconded by
Butcher and carried.
The board approved Telogia
Power being billed weekly by the
landfill.
The board requested that the
county attorney check on setting
up large accounts at the landfill.
Stephen Ford came before the
board concerning naming a road.
Motion to name a road Duggar


Liberty County Commission

April 17 special meeting minutes
Official minutes from the Liberty County Commission special
meeting April 17, 2006 as recorded by tie board secretary
the meeting was called to order by Chairman John T. Sanders. Pres-
ent at the meeting were commissioners Dexter Barber, Albert Butcher,
Jim Johnson, L.B. Arnold and Clerk Robert Hill.
The opening prayer was given by Dave Odum. The Pledge of Alle-
giance was led by Johnny Eubanks.
Motion by Barber, seconded by Arnold and carried to recognize Pat
Thomas and Associates as agent of record to. negotiate proposal from
Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
Motion by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried to approve
$7,302.02 to Charles Purvis, Architect for additions and changes to jail
project.
Motion by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried to approve
signing letter for Supervisor of Elections Marsha Wood concerning voter
education, poll worker recruitment and training fund.
Motion to adjourn by Butcher, seconded by Barber and carried. .


Lane was made by Johnson, sec-
onded by Barber and carried.
Sammy Hanna talked to the
board about worker's compensa-
tion issues. Motion to advertise
to hire two employees for the
Road Department was made by
Johnson, seconded by Barber
and carried.
The board requested that the
county attorney check on the is-
sue of excess days missed by
employees.
Motion to advertise bids for a
brush cutter to fit a track hoe was
made by Arnold, seconded by


Johnson and carried.
Motion to request bids for a 15-
foot rotary and finish mower was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Arnold and carried.
Motion to approve the contract
with the City of Bristol on the
1987 Mack Truck was made by
Johnson, seconded by Butcher
and carried.
Motion to waive the fee for the
parent sponsored eighth grade
dance at the Veterans Memorial
Park Civic Center was made by
Johnson, seconded by Butcher
and carried.


Motion to approve the Veterans
trophy case in the Veterans Memo-
rial Park Civic Center was made
by Arnold, seconded by Johnson
and carried.
Motion to approve the purchas-
ing policy for the jail renovation
project was made by Barber, sec-
onded by Butcher and carried.
Motion to pay the bills was
made by Arnold, seconded by
Butcher and carried.
Motion to adjourn was made
by Johnson, seconded by Barber
and carried.


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The Bristol City Council will hold a special meeting on
Monday, May 15, 2006 at6 p.m. at City Hall, 12444
NW Virginia. G. Weaver St., Bristol. The purpose of
this meeting is to have a first reading of a proposed
ordinance to amend rates to be charged for use of
municipal water services and to have a first reading of
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prime wildlife


Danger lurks everywhere for
Florida's nesting shorebirds and
other wildlife adapted to secluded
beaches. Beachfront development
has altered or destroyed much of the
coastline habitat where shorebirds
and other critters once nested and
raised new generations in relative
safety.
To make matters worse, human
recreational activities and shorebird
nesting peak at about the same time.
Imperiled species find themselves
competing with humans for the
narrow strips of sand along the
state's barrier islands and. mainland
beaches, with mixed results.
That's why professional wildlife
biologists and volunteers mobilize
to post areas, gather data, inform
the public and monitor progress
of wildlife offspring. The process
generally starts in April when
beach-nesting birds stake out
suitable sites, followed by sea turtle
nesting in May.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC),
in cooperation with other local, state
and federal agencies, coordinates
efforts aimed at educating the
public and protecting beach-nesting
wildlife during critical nesting
periods. A cadre of volunteers from
the FWC and private organizations
like the Audubon Society maintain
watch over nesting sites and aid
educational efforts.
Beach-nesting birds. often get
nervous around human recreational


activities like
kite surfing o:
romping after aN
Frightened bird
their nests, lea
or eggs vulnera
hazards.
Officials prot
posting signs, r
areas and coritac
about temporary
Posted areas ar
access from the
up until Aug. 3
leave their nests
The FWC at
to contact reside
affected beachfri
and visitors s
Measures and tal
keeping a watch
colonies.
"Shorebirds,
their nests and eg
under state and
however, the I
stewardship for-
the real key to
generations o
wildlife," said
regional nongam
for the FWC.
Disturbances
pets pose seri4
beach-nesting bi
"It's not so
don't care, it's
birds are diff
Douglass said.
The nests a


nesting areas
beach volleyball, depressions in the sand, and eggs
r the family pet are well camouflaged. People who
windblown Frisbee. inadvertently romp through nesting
Is sometimes flee areas and fly kites, which nesting
having their chicks parents mistake for large predators,
ble to a variety of tend to cause the greatest problems.
Once adult birds are frightened off
ect bird colonies by the nest by people or pets, even
*oping off affected for a short time, it exposes their
:ting local residents young to the ravages of the summer
y beach closures, sun. Without its parent providing
e closed to public shade, it only takes a few minutes
time the signs go for temperatures in the nest to rise
1, when the young above 100 degrees, resulting in
death for the chicks.
nd its. partners try Young chicks and eggs are also
cents adjacent to the a favorite target of crows and gulls
ont. Most residents when parents are not immediately
support protective available to challenge hungry
ke responsibility for predators. People walking in nesting
ful eye on nesting areas also may step on the well-
marine turtles and. camouflaged eggs inadvertently.
enjoy protection Summer on Florida's beaches
gs enjoyprotection is a time of renewal for many of
federal law. It is,
a lw It Florida's imperiled wildlife species.
the resource that's Tucked away among the dunes and
protecting future shells of the gulf coast, least terns,
f beach-nesting skimmers, plovers, sea turtles and
Nancy Douglass, many other native species set about
ie wildlife biologist the age-old task of ensuring the
survival of the next generation.
by people or their "We're asking those who use
ous problems for our state's beaches to avoid nesting
rds. areas where colonies of shorebirds
much that people are tending their eggs or young
that beach-nesting chicks," Douglass said.
icult to detect," For more information about
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h0B ITU:U AERNI;E'


REATHA LAVELL "BILL" SUMMERS
BRISTOL Reatha Lavell "Bill" Summers, 70,
passed away Thursday, May 4, 2006 at her home.
She was born in Jackson County and had lived in
Bristol since 1993 coming from Port St. Joe. She
was a homemaker and a member of the Bristol
Pentecostal Holiness Church in Bristol.
Survivors include her husband, James Summers
of Bristol; three sons, Eddie Summers and his wife,
Cindy and Greg Summers and his wife, Pam, all of
Port St. Joe and Ricky Summers and his wife, Kari
of White City; one brother, Aubrey J. Simpson of
Fountain; one sister, Mildred Wells of La Follette,
TN; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchil-
dren.
Services were held Saturday, May 6, 2006 at
Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church with Rev. Coy
Collins and Rev. Jim Gosnell officiating. Interment
followed in Lake Mystic Cemetery in Bristol.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.

STEPHEN JOSEPH ANGELINE
PANAMA
CITY Ste-
phen Joseph ..
Angeline, 49, h
passed away
Friday, May 5,
2006 at his home
from a long-time
illness. Born in
-Fort Dix, NJ, he
moved around
the world with
family. His father, the late Peter Angeline, having
been in the military, eventually settled in Hosford.
He graduated from Liberty County High School
in 1974 and went on to acquire an Associate's of
Arts Degree from Tallahassee Community College
in 1978 and a Bachelor's of Arts Degree in Com-
munications from the University of West Florida in
1980. He then moved to Miami for over 20 years
where he worked as a model and actor, before set-
tfling into a career with-Royal Caribbean Cruises as
a travel agent for 17 years. In 2003, he moved to
Panama City to be closer to family.
Survivors include his mother, Christine Angeline.
and sister, Sharon Zickefoose, both of Panama City
and a nephew, Keith Sewell of Tallahassee.
Heritage Funeral Honme in Panama.City is a in
charge of the-memorial service, scheduled for' 4
p.m. on May 10.

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Sunday, May 7,
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born in Bristol..
She was pre-
ceded in death
by her parents,
two brothers,
Louie and Percy
Weaver and one sister, Opal Weaver.
Survivors include her husband of 66 years, Ira
Blue; one son, Ira W. Blue and wife Ann; one daugh-
ter, Sarah Sue Rauch and her husband, Joe; one
brother, Harry Weaver and wife, Jackie; two sisters,.
Vella Rankins and Lucy Stopsy and her husband, Phil;
five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends on Thursday,
May 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Hardage-Giddens
Edgewood Chapel, 729 South Edgewood Ave., Jack-
sonville.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, May
12, 2006 at Murray Hill United Methodist Church
in. Jacksonville with Rev. Nate Boles and Rev. Bob
Long officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Florida
Sheriff's Boys Ranch, Live Oak, FL or the Florida
United Methodist Children's Home, Enterprise, FL.
Town & Country Funeral Home in Jacksonville
was in charge of the arrangements.

WANDA FAIRCLOTH BURKE
.HOSFORD Wanda Faircloth Burke, 52, passed
away Monday, May 8, 2006. She was a lifelong resi-
dent of Hosford.
Survivors include her husband, Melvin Burke;
a son, Freddie Burke of HosforJ, ,a daughter, April
Burke and fiancee, Wayne Hawthorne of Hosford;
father, Bennie Frank Faircloth of Bristol; three broth-
ers, Edward Sanders of Ft. Braden Community, Bo
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Controlling tomato diseases


in the home vegetable garden


Most of us love home-grown
tomatoes and delight in setting
out a few plants in hopes of be-
ing rewarded with a -plentiful
harvest. But this year is prov-
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matoes.
Growing tomatoes in Gulf
Coast gardens can be challeng-
ing. Tomatoes can suffer from
all kinds of diseases and pests.
Unfortunately, it can be very
difficult to distinguish between
the diseases just on the basis of
visible symptoms.
Tomatoes have many dis-
ease symptoms including wilts,
leaf spots and blights. These
disease symptoms are caused
by different microorganisms
including bacteria, fungi and
viruses. Most major tomato
diseases are caused by fungi.
Because these are microscopic
and early infection is not seen
with the naked eye, control
measures should begin before
visual symptoms are present.
Disease control in the home
vegetable garden must start
long before seeds or plants are
placed in the ground. Plan a
long-range program and keep
records from one year to the
next, especially noting the lo-
cation of plant types within
the garden. This will facilitate
effective crop rotation, which
is one method of minimizing
diseases caused by soilborne
pathogens.


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

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disease causing microbes af-
fect one group of plants, but
may not affect another. Rota-
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free period that is long enough
to reduce populations of fungi,
bacteria and nematodes to non-
damaging levels.
Vegetables or annual flowers
within the same family are often
susceptible to the same diseas-
es. For example, if tomatoes,
peppers and Irish potatoes were
planted in an area of the garden
during this season, then switch
to vegetables, within another
plant family for three years or
more. The longer the interval
between repeated plantings
within the same group, in the
same spot, the better.
Establish good cultural and
sanitation practices. This in-
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fertilizing and watering, as well
as early detection and removal
of infected plants.
Since splashing water is the
principle method of spreading
fungal and bacterial foliar dis-
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ing of spores from infected
tissue or soil onto the healthy
tissue.
Remember to step up the vol-
ume and frequency of supple-
mental irrigation as plants load
up with fruit. There is a sudden
demand for more water as fruit
enlargement occurs and if the
extra soil moisture requirement
is not met, then blossom end rot
of the fruit can ruin the crop.
Proper spacing of plants in-
creases air flow and will also
help reduce disease severity.
Control of foliar diseases dur-
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can be difficult even with the
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An equally important, but
frequently overlooked, preven-
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Most tomato descriptions
include a code describing the
amount of disease resistance
contained in each variety. Look
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"V" stands for Verticillium wilt
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a variety is resistant to race 1
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The gardener must be aware
that disease can be introduced
via infected seed or through the
purchase of diseased plants;
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762-4231. 5-10, 5-17

Bridal/engagement ring, over a
half carat, mount has matching band
thatfits into itwith three diamonds on
each side, both parts are 14K gold,
gorgeous, paid $2,300 but asking
$900 or best offer. Call 643-5985
or 643-6132. 5-10, 5-17

Salon shampoo chair and sink,
also salon chair with hairdryer, $300
for all. Call 643-3020. 5-1o, 5-17

Weight bench, comes with weights
and rack, excellent condition, $100.
Call 850-323-0919. 5-10, 5-17

Powerhouse fitness machine,
comes with weights, like new, $100.
Call 643-3209. 5-10, 5-17

Wedding engagement ring, beau-
tiful, worn less than six months,
paid $1,000, asking $500. Call
447-1362. 5-3,5-10

Aboveground swimming pool, 15
ft., comes with upgraded motor and
filter, needs liner, $200. Call 674-
3671, leave message. 5-3, 5-10

Swimming pool pump and filter,
1 1/2 hp, both used for 18 x 36
underground pool, both in excellent
condition, $200 or best offer. Call
643-2661. 3, 5-1,s-o

Riding lawn mower, Scott's 19
hp, 46-inch cut, like new. Call 442-
4419. '5-3,5-10

18 ft. tripod tree stand, with roof
and closed in sides, $200. Call 643-
3662. 5-, 5-10

Wheelchair ramp, 18ft., iron, $300.
Call 674-1359. 5-3,5-10

Nursing uniforms, sizes 1X and
2X, different colors, shirts are $3
each, pants are $4 each and coats
are $5 each. Call 379-9335,5-3,5-10

Beautiful wedding dress, size six,
must see to appreciate, paid $700,
asking $250-$300, will negotiate.
Call 447-1362. 5-3, s5-10

Large gas grill, needs drip pan,
$50. Call 674-5946. 5-3, 5-10




Deep freeze, $100; 13" RCA white
TV, $50, all in excellent condition.
Call 850--323-0919. 5-10, 5-17


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.


Small A/C, good for one room, 110
volt, $40. Call 762-4231. 5-10, 5-17

Whirlpool window A/C, 5,000
BTU, digital control with remote,
used only a few months last sum-.
mer, currently in storage, excellent
condition, asking $100. Call 379-
8747. 5-3,5-10

Electric stove, green, $85; reverse
A/C, $200. Call 674-3264; 5-3, 5-10

Hotpoint electric stove, $50. Call
379-9335. 5-3, 5-10

Old washing machine, needs re-
pair, $25. Call 643-2661. 5-3, 5-10

Electric range, 30 inch, never
been used, paid $400, asking $200;
convertible range hood, new, paid
$80, asking $40. Call 674-7210.


Cypress playhouse, ver
comes with porch, real wi
carpet and lattice trim, ex
condition, paid over $500,
$200. Call 850-323-0919.

Large pool with slide, chi
solid plastic, $20. Call 643-


Big box of dolls, $15 fori
674-3264.

Baby bedding set, comes
accessories, lamp, rug, etc.,
best offer. Call 643-4362.

Baby crib, comes with P
Mbments comforter set and
converts to toddler bed, lilk
$135. Call 674-6022 or 674


Baby cradle, made out of
wood, excellent condition,
best offer. Call 674-6022
8320.




Oaktablewith six chairs, ta
a tile-covered top, excellent
tion, $200. Call 850-323-09


Table with four chairs, light oak,
all wood, ladder back chairs, bought
at Sears, $150. Call 379-3526.
5-3, 5-10

Table with six chairs, table comes
with leaf, good condition, chairs are
hard plastic with metal, $150. Call
674-8564. 5-3,5-10

Wood rocking chair, $45 or best
offer. Call 674-6022 or 674-8520.


2005 Ford F150 FX truck
charcoal metallic gray with
roof, fully loaded, 19,000
asking pay-off. Call 674-468
5 p.m.



5-3, 5-10




,4WD,
i moon
miles,
89 after
5-10, 5-17


5-3,5-10 1989 Honda Civic, runs good,
needs transmission, $600; 1989
Honda Civic, for parts, $200. Call
272-7891. 5-10, 5-17

y nice, 1997 Geo Metro, body in great
ndows, shape, everything works, goodA/C,
excellent high miles, starting to use oil, $500.
asking Call 272-7891. 5-10, 5-17
5-10, 5-17
1987 Mercury Grand Marquis,
ld size, runs good, needs transmission,
3209. $200. Call 272-7891. 5-10, 5-17
5-10, 5-17
1997 Nissan truck, 4WD, five-
all. Call speed, AM/FM/CD player, diamond
5-10,5-17 plated toolbox, new 31 x 1050 buck-
shot mudders on 15 x 8 aluminum
with all rims, three-inch body lift, motor is
$100 or 1998 and has 69,000 miles, also has
5-3, 5-10 two extra set of wheels and tires,
$3,500. Call 643-6297 or 379-8705
recious after 4:30 p.m. 5-10,5-17
mobile,
ke new, 1994 Nissan pickup, 4WD, very
-8320. good condition, $3,800. Call 379-
5-3,5-10 8732. 5-10, 5-17-

cherry 1979 Chevy pickup, step-side with
$65 or 350 small block engine, $2,500 or
or 674- best offer. Call 643-2023. 5-10,5-17
5-3,5-10 1989 Ford van, $1,700. Call 674-
S 3264. 5-10,5-17


2000 Ford, Focus, $1,500; 1985
able has Ford F150 pickup, $250; 1986 and
condi-as 1988 Nissan pickup, $800 for both.
t condi- Call 674-8585. 5-10, s-17


S5-10,5-1" 7

Navy blue sofa and love set, very
good condition, full size bed with box k U
spring, mattress and frame, all for
$350 or best offer or will sell sepa-
rately, sofa and love set, $200 and
bed, $150. Call 643-3536, ask for
Kevin after 6 p.m. 5-10, 5-17

Futon, wooden arms, black mat-
tress and frame, $75; large metal
office desk, $20. Call 643-3209.
5-10,5-17 7

Cabinet, 6 ft. tall x 42" wide x 2 ft.
deep, $70. Call 674-3264. 5-10, 5-17

Dining table with six chairs,
golden oak, comes with matching
china cabinet, $900 or best offer.
Call 643-4362. 5-3, 5-10

Cabinet, $70; sleeper sofa, love-
seat, two end tables with marble
top, $65 for all. Call 674-3264.
5-3, ,5-3,5-10


Week of May 14 to May 20
ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
It's time to recover from some
bad luck you've been having,
Aries. Wallowing in misery
won't get you anywhere, and
it's not in your nature. Cheer up
and press on.
TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
If you keep up your current
pace, Taurus, you're bound to
run yourself into the ground.
Burning the candle at both
ends can have some danger-
ous consequences.,
GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
If you're considering giving your
opinion on a family member's
personal matter, you might
want to think again. If you say
anything, you're just bound to
cause a War.
CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
You've been having ongoing
difficulties with Virgo, Cancer.
You just can't see eye to eye,
and are in a constant battle of
wills. Lighten up and take the
higher road.
LEO Jul 23/Aug 23
If you've been feeling trapped,


1998 Ford F150 pickup, excellent
condition, 46,000 miles. Call 643-
1459. 5-10, 5-17

1986 Chevy S-10 Blazer, two door,
power windows and locks, needs
motor, $500 firm. Call 674-4290, be-
tween 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. 5-3,5-10

1992 Cadillac Deville, four door,
$1,000 or best offer. Call 762-
4100. 5-3, 5-10


1986 Oldsmobile Delta 88, gray,
runs good, power windows and
seats, vinyl top leaks a little bit,
kept under tarp, $800 firm. Call
643-4393. 5-3,5-10


AUTO ACCESSORIES
Four Mickey Thompson tires, 32 x
14.50 on 12 inch bullet hole rims, will
fit Ford Ranger, Bron o41 or Jeep,
$500. Call 643-3602. s-10, 5-17


18" chrome wheels and tires,
good tires, universal five lug, $500
firm. Call 447-2149 or 447-0559.
*5-10, 5-17

Brush guard, chrome, heavy-duty,
for F250 Ford, three months old,
paid $600, asking $400. Call 379-
8413 or 510-6375. 5-3,5-10






1997 Kawasaki Vulcan, burgundy,
800 cc, custom pipes, custom work
done to carburetor, plenty of power,
looks and rides great, $3,300. Call
850-272-6168. 5-10,5-17

2002 Yamaha YZ250 dirt bike,
looks and rides like new, seldom
ridden, $2,600. Call 674-4569, after
6 p.m. 5-10,5-17

2003 Suzuki Eiger 400, quad run-
ner, 4WD, low miles, asking $3,000.
Call 379-3046. 5-3, 5-10




Hay/equipment trailer, two axle
bumper pull, $500firm; partial rollof
fencing, over 100 ft., $40. Call 762-
4231. 5-10,5-17


Leo, it's time to change your situation
for the better. Tell someone you trust
that things have to be reassessed
within your home life.
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
Stop going ori the defensive all the
time, Virgo. You're constantly trying
to validate your position to others. Al-
though you think everyone cares, in
reality they aren't all that concerned.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
The excitement level in your life has
begun to die down, Libra. Will-you be
able to make do with a more humdrum
schedule for a while? Mull over the
thought of relaxation.
SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
You're constantly being chastised for
the purchases you make, Scorpio,
and it's starting to get on your nerves.
Speak to your spouse or partner about
the situation.
SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
You're on the brink of being pushed
over the edge with a situation at home,
Sagittarius. While you've held your
tongue for this long, a mini emotional.
explosion may be justified.
CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Stop beating around the bush in re-
gards to a decision that needs making,


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answer and you're avoiding saying it
out loud.
AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18
You're stretched too thin, Aquarius,
and it's starting to take its toll and get
on your nerves. Speak up to those
who will listen and can help with your
situation.
PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
Make some time for you, Pisces,
because after this week you'll be so
busy you won't have much time to
think about anything.

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MAY 10, 2006 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 29


WANTED:

to buy

Real Estate

10 to 1,000 acres,

reasonably priced.

Immediate closing.

Call

(850) 544-5441 or

850-899-7700


St. Joe Wood Lands

Where inland meets the
Gulf of Mexico deep
in Florida Hill Country.
It's "Old Florida" at its
best. Live oaks and long-
leafs, fields and pines,
rivers and bays. Land
in Northwest Florida for
your own farm, ranch or
homestead.

Multiple lifestyle
opportunities, only
one number to call:

JOE.com I
Keyword: Land
1.866.JOE.LAND
(1.866.563.5263)



*STJOE

IF YOU DON'T KNOW JOE,
YOU DON'T KNOW FLORIDA.
5-10, 5-24, 6-7



$150 BED QUEEN PILLOW
TOP Mattress Set with Warranty.
ALL NEW in plastic, can deliver.
850-222-7783
A BRAND NEW KING
PILLOWTOP Mattress Set: $250.
In sealed plastic with- warranty.
Can Deliver 850-425-8374
BED CHERY SLEIGH BED
(Solid Wood) w/ MATTRESS
SET. ALL NEW and UNOPENED.
Sell $395. 850-222-2113
Bed A -New FULL brand name
MATTRESS & BASE in plastic
with warranty, $120. 850-545-
7112
BEDROOM A GORGEOUS
KING Cherry Sleigh Bed,
Dresser, Mirror, Chest +- 2
Nightstands, Brand New All Wood
& Still Boxed. Suggested Retail
$4800, Sacrifice $1650. Can
Deliver, 850-222-9879
BEDROOM: 7 pieces with
Cherry Sleigh Bed, COMPLETE.
ALL NEW in boxes. MUST
MOVE Sell $850, can deliver.
850-222-7783
COUCH + LOVESEAT -
MICROFIBER,. Stain Resistant,
ALL NEW, Lifetime Warranty, Can
Deliver. Sug. Retail $1250,. Sell
$475, 850-425-8374
COUCH & LOVESEAT: BRAND
NEW LEATHER still wrapped,
lifetime warranty, can deliver.
$1900 suggested list, must sell
$795. 850-545-7112
DINING ROOM: Beautiful NEW
CHERRY table, 6 chairs, lighted
china cabinet Suggested retail
$2400, sell $1150, still boxed &
can delhver 850-222-2113


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. .


Hay cutter and conditioner, In-
ternational, 9 ft., price negotiable.
Call 762-8815. 5-3,5-10

Hay cutter and conditioner, New
Holland, 9 ft., price negotiable. Call
762-8815. 5-3,5-10

Ford 7810, 4WD, woods pack-
age, custom cage, belly pan, etc.
Forestry tires with new, never used
six ft. brown tree cutter, 165 hp, four
new extra blades, bolts and nuts.
Toolset for blade and flywheel, R
& R, $30,000. Call 762-8596.


McKee Craft boat, 17 ft.,
console, galvanized trailer
hp Johnson motor, $2,20
379-3232.

195 Cuddy cabin with 11
outboard motor and two axle
$3,000 or best offer. Ca
3232.

14 ft. fiberglass boat, comr
galvanized trailer, 18 hp r
outboard motor, $850 or be
Call 379-3232.

1989 Hydro Stream V-King
with trailer and 1996 Merc
Max 200. Motor. has been
rebuilt and has less than 2
on it. It has new steering
steering wheel and gauges.
together or separate, $6,20(
offer. Call 643-8040.

1975 Evinrude 15 hp boat
tiller handle, $125. Call 674


Perception kayak, sale or t
Jon boat. Call 592-1155.


1995 Mirage motor home, less
than 48,000, miles, queen center
bed, full bath, two A/C's, tires in
excellent shape, Ford motor, runs
on gas not diesel, sleeps six, plenty.
of storage inside and out. Serious
inquiries only please. Call 674-
5169. 5-3,5-10


5-3,5-10 Horse, two-year-old gate
gelding, including tack, $800
offer. Call 379-8632.

Horse, two-year-old stud, $5C
center 643-4088. 5-
with 135
)0. Call Bulldogpuppies,$100 6xi
5-10,5-17 trailer, $350. Call 762-9676.

5 OMC
trailer, German shepherd puppie
all 379- blooded, black, tan and silve
March 31, females are $8
5-10,5-17 males are $100. Call 639-59

nes with
mercury AKC standard Poodle pu
*st offer. and AKC Dachshund pu
5-10,5-17 piebald, black/tan and brow
229-559-6741 or 229-460-1
, comes 5
ury Pro
n totally Chihuahua puppies, seven
0 hours old, one male and one ft
cables, parents on premises, worme
Will sell shots, $200 each. Call 674-3
0orbest 643-1964 (cell) ask for Lois.
5-10, 5-17
Kittens, free to a good home,
t motor,tiful, various colors. Call 674
motor, after 5 p.m.
4-9127. p.m.
5-10,5-17 Pit bull, adult, puppies and
dogs available, some ADB
trade for CKC registered, also blue f
5-10,5-17 available. Call 762-2849. s


ABSOLTE 3EDEAL


Female peacock (pea hen), breed
unknown, $20. Call 762-3140, leave
message. 5-10, 5-17

Bassett hound/Beagle puppies,
taking deposits, usually good with
kids, females, $25 and males, $50.
Call 674-6022 or 674-8320.
5-10,5-17

White English bulldog puppies,
four females, 10 weeks old, $100.
Call 762-3088. 5-10, 5-17

75 gallon reptile tank, thick glass,
good condition, $50. Call 643-
1025. 5-10, 5-17

Welsh pony, seven-year-old paint
mare, will have baby soon, $500.
Call 674-6275. 5-10,5-17


Toy Chihuahua puppies, seven-
5-10,5-17 weeks-old, parents on premises,
four females. Call 674-3532.
s, full-
r, born 5-10,5-17
r, born
0 and
0 an32 American red pit puppies, Colby
-0, 517 and Carver, parents on premises,
one female and one make, six
hippies weeks old, ready to go, $100 each.
ppies, Call 674-2106. 5-3,5-10
n. Call
868. Free puppies to good home,
-10, 5-17 mother is white Husky and father is
white English bulldog, six puppies,
weeks eight weeks old. Call 643-4415,
female, leave message. 5-3, 5-10
ed and
3011 or Igloo doghouse, medium size,
5-10,5-17 .$25. Call 674-3671, leave mes-
sage. 5-3,5-10
beau-
Royal palm turkeys, blue Pea-
-1, 5-17 cocks, Silky chicks, rabbits, guineas

young and baby chicks. Call 643-4896,
A and after 5 p.m. weekdays. 5-3,5-10
emale
5-10,5-17 Ducks, all sizes. Call 962-1049.
5-3,5-10

Registered Quarter Horse geld-
ing, good riding horse, nine years
old. Call 643-4485, after 7 p.m.
5-3, 5-10


i


Case # 05-50708-LMK; Northern Dist.
Rifles, shotguns, handguns, misc.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 AT 5 P.M.
Tallahassee; North FL Fairgrounds
OVER 175 GUNS: REMINGTON, RUGER,
WINCHESTER, BENELLI, S & W, LOCK,
BROWNING, BERETTA, WEATHERBY,
MANY, MANY MORE PLUS NUMEROUS
LOTS OF ACCESS., AMMO, BRASS, ETC.
ALL SELLING TO HIGH BIDDER
PREVIEW: 3 P.M. 5 P.M. ON SALE DAY
TERMS: *All items sell AS IS 10 % Buyer Premium
Cash, cashier check, no credit cards.

FOR A C.QOPLETE LIST, SEE WEBSITE:
www.firstcoastauction.com or call: 800-519-6402

FIRST COAST AUCTION AB150
P. 0. Box 7878, Jacksonville, FL 32238


Deer dogs, Beagle/Walker cross,
one male trail dog, $300; three
female trail dogs, $300 each; two
pups, six months old, readyto start,
$150 each or $1,300 for all. Call
643-3662. 5-3,5-10

Ducks, adult Muscobee, $7 each
or trade for chicken hens. Call 674-
4235. 5-3,5-10




Lost: Male, black, five-month-old
half German shepherd mix in Shel-
ton Corner area. Call 272-4246 or
762-2030. 5-10,5-17

Lost: Blackfemale poodle on 4-28-
06 at Hwy. 379 and Larkins Road,
south of Brist6l. Reward offered.
Call 643-2435. 5-3,510


Wanted: Someone to fix car door;
also looking for someone to take out
some young trees. Call 674-3264.
a 5-10,5-17

Wanted:- Looking for sickle bar
mowers, prefer one running but will
consider others. Call 762-4231.
5-10, 5-17

Wanted: Looking for small boiler
pots with handles on each side. Call
674-3264. 5-3,5-10

Wanted: Junk cars and-trucks, any
condition, no charge for removal.
Call 762-8459. 3-22 .5-24




1986 Liberty mobile home, 14 x
52, excellent condition, $4,500. Call
674-9031. 5-3,5-10
Houseyou move, must be moved in
sections of 13 x 38, 15 x 21 and 13
x 26. Located at the corner of Miller
Road and Hwy. 20 in Bristol, best
offer. Call 643-5571. 5-10,5-17


Joe Brinkley, Lic., Real Estate Broker -.A, .
Office (859) 643-328 Afta hours 643-5128 Fax 643-10 i'l i
Web site: wwwbrinklrey-reaeietate.om J..- -..
*BRISTOL First-time offered, completely remodeled older house
situated on 1.47 acres, 2BR/2BA all new, carpet, air/heat unit, cabi-
nets, ceramic floors in baths, hardwood in kitchen/eating area,, stove,
microwave, super nice porch on two sides. Metal roof/vinyl siding. Bet-
ter hurry on this one!!
*BLOUNTSTOWN 3BR/1 -1 /2BA convenient location. UNDER CON-
TRACT.
*QUINCY, NEW LISTING Absolutely a beautiful 4BR/3 1/2BA brick
on a manicured lawn with more amenities than I can list. Great in town
location, call for more particulars, shown by appointment only to quali-
fied buyers.
*LIBERTY CO. 2 acre lot. UNDER CONTRACT.
*LIBERTY CO. Off Hwy. 12 S. over 3 acres, plus a singlewide with
built-ons and an old restorable house. Price negotiable.
*LIBERTY CO. Beautiful building tract. SOLD
*BRISTOL 4BR/2BA house approximately 1 acre. SOLD
*TELOGIA 3BR/2BA doublewide, like new with appliances on 1
acre. Very affordable.
*BRICK HOUSE, near schools and shopping. UNDER CONTRACT.







Page 30 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 10, 2006


MASON ROAD
C.I.G.P. PROJECT

PROJECT # 14.097


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed
bids from any qualified person,
company or corporation interested
in constructing:

MASON ROAD
C.I.G.P. PROJECT

Plans and specifications can be obtained
at Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-
7200. The bid must conform to Section
287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public
entity crimes.

This project is a roadway widening and
resurfacing project.

All bidders shall be FDOT Qualified per
Section 2-1 of the FDOT Standard Specifi-
cations for Road and Bridge Construction,
latest edition.

Completion date for these projects will
be 120 days from the date of the Notice
to Proceed presented to the successful
bidder.

Liquidated damages for failure to 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 3:30 p.m. (CT),

PUBLIC AUCTION
Bristol 66 Towing and Recovery will
hold a Public Auction on June 9, 2006
at 1 p.m. (ET).
1999 black four door Kia Sephia
Vin# KNAFB1219X5794636
Our Auction will be held at Bristol 66
Storage on Hoecake Road off Highway
20 East, one half mile on left, you will see
our white sign. Bristol 66 Towing reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
The Calhoun-Liberty Journal 5-10-06
If you need any more information on the
above vehicle, please call (850) 643-2522
ask for Dale.


on Tuesday,.May 16,2006, atthe Calhoun
County Clerk's Office, Calhoun'County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East,
Room 130, Blountstown, Florida 32424,
and will be opened and read aloud on May
16, 2006 at 5 p.m. (CT).

Cost for Plans and Specifications will
be $25.00 per set and is non-refund-
able. 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
judgement will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.

If you have any questions, please call
"David Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
5-3,5-10

ABE SPRINGS/BULLHEAD
BAY ROAD
C.I.G.P. PROJECT

PROJECT # 14.097

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed
bids .from any qualified person,
company or corporation interested
in constructing:

ABE SPRINGS/BULLHEAD
BAY ROAD
SC.I.G.P. PROJECT

Plans and specifications can be obtained
at Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-
7200. The bid must conform to Section
287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public

PUBLIC AUCTION
Bristol 66 Towing and Recovery will.
hold a Public Auction on June 9, 2006
at 1 p.m. (ET).
1996 maroon 4-door Buick Skylark
Vin# 1G4NJ52M9TC439096
Our Auction will be held at Bristol 66
Storage on Hoecake Road off Highway
20 East, one half mile on left, you will see
our sign. Bristol 66 Towing reserves-the
right to reject any and all bids.
The Calhoun-Liberty Journal 5-10-06
If you need any more information on the
-above vehicle, please call (850) 643-2522
ask for Dale.


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entity crimes.

This project is a roadway widening and
resurfacing project.
All bidders shall be FDOT Qualified per
Section 2-1 ofthe FDOT Standard Specifi-
cations for Road and Bridge Construction,
latest edition.

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

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


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Multi-family yard sale, Friday and
Saturday, May 12 and 13 begin-
ning at 8 a.m. at 25258 NE Fuqua
Circle in Altha. Glassware, Star
Trek items, work light, assorted
men and women's clothes, lots
of miscellaneous items. Cancel if
rain. Call 762-3140, leave mes-
sage. 5-10

HOSFORD
Yard sale, Saturday, May 13 begin-
ning at 8 a.m. at 1 1/2 miles west
of the caution light in Hosford on


Hwy. 20, next to the cream and
blue house, look for signs. Baby
and large ladies clothing, furniture
and lots of miscellaneous and
household items. Cancel if rain. Call
643-3370. 5-10

Blountstown
Multi-family yard sale, Saturday,
May 13 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (CT)
on corner of SW Sherry Ave. and
Cypress St. (behind Burger King),
men, women, children's clothing of
all sizes, toys, household items, au-
tomotive items, boating and fishing
items, too many items to list. This
is to help benefit the Friend of God
Mission. Phone 674-2636.
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Notice is given that the Board of County Commissioners
of Liberty County, Florida, proposes to adopt the following
Ordinance:.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PURCHASING
POLICY FORTHE RENOVATION AND CONSTRUC-
TION OF THE NEW JAIL CONTAINED IN RESOLU-
TION NUMBER 06-04 BY ESTABLISHING A LOCAL
BIDDERS PREFERENCE FOR BUSINESSES AND
CONTRACTORS THAT ARE LOCATED WITHIN
LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE THEREIN.

A public hearing on the Ordinance will be held at 7 p.m. (ET)
on May25,2006, atthe Liberty County Courthouse, Highway
20, Bristol, Florida 32321.

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

Dated this 8th day of May, 2006

Liberty County, Florida
By: Robert Hill, Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners


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.19AY-10,.p006-TH5ECALHOUN-LIBERT-Y JOURNAL' age-31


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

AN ORDINANCE AMENDINGTHE LIBERTY COUNTY
PURCHASING POLICY AND ESTABLISHING A LO-
CAL BIDDERS PREFERENCE FOR BUSINESSES
AND CONTRACTORSTHAT ARE LOCATEDWITHIN
LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE THEREIN.

A public hearing on the Ordinance will be held at 7 p.m. (ET)
on May 25,2006, at the Liberty County Courthouse, Highway
20, Bristol, Florida 32321.

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

Dated this 8th day of May, 2006

Liberty County, Florida
By: Robert Hill, CleYk to the Board of County Commissioners


"I remember my mother's prayers and they have always
followed me. They have clung to me all my life."
~ ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1809-1865)


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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 3:30 p.m. (CT),
on Tuesday, May 16,2006, at the Calhoun
County Clerk's Office, Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East,
Room 130, Blountstown, Florida 32424,
and will be opened and read aloud on May
16, 2006 at 5 p.m. (CT).

Cost for Plans and Specifications will
be $25.00 per set and is non-refund-
able. 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
judgement will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.

If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200. s-.35-o

CALHOUN COUNTY
STORM DAMAGE
FEMA-FL-DR 1545/DR 1595
PACKAGE 1

PROJECT # 14.085

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed


bids from any qualified person,
company or corporation interested in
constructing the following project:

CALHOUN COUNTY
STORM DAMAGE
FEMA-FL-DR 1545/DR 1595
PACKAGE 1

Plans and specifications can be obtained
at Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-
7200: The bid must conform to Section
287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public
entity crimes.

Completion date for these projects will
be 120 days from the date of the Notice
to Proceed presented to the successful
bidder.

Liquidated damagesforfailureto complete
the project on thespecified 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 1:30 p.m. (CT),
on Tuesday.June 6.2006, atthe Calhoun
County Clerk's Office, Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East,
Room 130, Blountstown, Florida 32424,
and will be opened and read aloud on
June 6,2006 at 2 p.m. (CT).

Cost for Plans and Specifications will
be $25.00 per set and .is non-refund-
able. 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
judgement will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.

If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200. 5s-o.1s17

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT

Notice is hereby, given that pursuant to
Chaptei373, Florida Statutes, the following
applications) for water use permits) has
(have) been received by the Northwest
Florida Water Management District:

Application number I 06706 filed


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GTCom announces community

grant opportunity for May 2006
PORT ST. JOE GT COM, a FairPoint Communications Inc.
(NYSE: FRP) company, is accepting applications for the May 2006 Ethyl
Grant program. Local communities are encouraged to apply. Applica-
tions for the Ethyl Grant program are located at www.fred.org" www.
fred.org under the "FRED Programs" link. All applications should be
sent to Amanda Marquardt at PO Box 220, Port St. Joe, FL 32457 by
May 15, 2006.
The Ethyl Grant program is sponsored by the Foundation for Rural
Education and Development (FRED), a charitable foundation affiliated
-with the Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Tele-
communications Companies (OPASTCO). As a member of OPASTCO,
FairPoint encourages all its companies to support the application process
for their local communities.
Ethyl Grants are available for communities with the goal of enhanc-
ing economic conditions and the quality of life in rural areas .served by
OPASTCO members. Ethyl Grants provide matching grants ranging
from $500 $2,500. The grants are matched by funds from the local
community, both financial and in-kind. Application opportunities occur
each year in May and October. Send applications to Amanda Marquardt
at PO Box 220, Port St. Joe, FL 32457 by May 15, 2006.
About GT COM GT COM, a FairPoint Communications Company,
provides a full range of communications services to communities in Northwest
Florida, Southern Georgia and Southern Alabama. GT COM was acquired by
FairPoint in 2000.
About FairPoint FairPoint is a leading provider of communications ser-
vices to rural communities across the country. Incorporated in 1991, FairPoint's
mission is to. acquire and operate telecommunications companies that set the
standard of excellence for the delivery of service to rural communities. Today,
FairPoint owns and operates 28 rural local exchange companies (RLECs)
located in 17 states offering an array of services, including local and long
distance voice, data, Internet and broadband offerings.


04/26/2006
Liberty County Board of Commission-
ers, Estiffanulga Water System, P.O.
Box 399, Bristol, FL 32321
Requesting a maximum withdrawal
of 126,000 gallons per day from the
Florida Aquifer System for Public Sup-
ply use by an existing facility.
General withdrawal locations) in Lib-
erty County: T02S, R08W, Sec. 16B

Interested persons may object to or com-
ment upon the applications or submit
a written request for a copy of the staff
reports) containing proposed agency ac-
tion regarding the applications) by writing
to the Division of Resource Regulation
of the Northwest Florida Water Manage-
ment District, attention Terri Peterson,
152 Water Management Drive, Havana,
Florida 32333-9700, but such comments
or requests must be received by 5 o'clock
p.m. on May 26, 2006.

Nofurther public noticewill be provided re-
garding this (these) applicationss. Publica-
tion of this notice constitutes constructive
notice of this permit application to all sub-
stantially affected persons. A copy of the
staff reports) must be requested in order
to remain advised of further proceedings
and any public hearing date. Substantially
affected persons are entitled to request
an administrative hearing regarding the
proposed agency action by submitting a
written request according tothe provisions
of 40A-1.521, FloridaAdministrative Code.
Notices of Proposed Agency Action will
be mailed only to persons who have filed
such requests. s.1o

REQUEST FOR BIDS

The Chipola Regional Workforce Develop-
ment Board (CRWDB) is currently accept-
ing bids for the cleaning of the One-Stop
Center and the Administrative Office
located in the Rim Plaza, 4636 Highway
90 in Marianna. To receive a copy of the
Bid Specifications, please call Lisa Wells
at (850) 718-0456 or go to our Web site
located www.onestopahead.com in the
Contact Us Section and click on the link Re-
quests for Proposals and Results. Sealed
bids sriould te submitted to the CRWDB
by May 30, 2006 at 3 p.m. (CT).
EOE/Drug Free Workplace/Minority
Owned Businesses encouraged to ap-
ply.

The CRWDB reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. 5.10,o.5.


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Page 32 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 10, 2006


CDC releases national recommendations

to improve health of babies and moms


The Centers for Disease Con-
trol and Prevention (CDC), in
collaboration with more than
35 federal, public and private
partners, released national rec-
ommendations designed, to en-
courage women to take steps
toward good health before be-
coming pregnant. The recom-
mendations for preconception
care were published Morbidity
and Mortality Weekly Report
(MMWR) Recommendations
and Reports.
"Even before pregnancy.
women of child-bearing age
should see their doctor about
controlling existing medical
conditions, such as diabetes.
hypothyroidism, and hyperten-
sion, take 400 micrograms of
folic acid to help prevent neural
tube defects, and avoid smok-
ing or drinking alcohol", said
Dr. Julie Gerberding, CDC di-
rector.
The recommendations on
preconception health and health
care identify more than a doz-
en risk factors and conditions
that require interventions be-
fore pregnancy to be effective.
The United States ranks 26th in
the developed world, in infant
mortality.. If implemented, the
recommendations can help im-
prove the health of babies and
moms.
"Preconception health is im-
portant for every woman capa-
ble of hat ing a baby, and should
'be tailored to each individual,"
said Dr. Jos6 Cordero. direc-
tor of CDC's National Center
on Birth Defects and Develop-
mental Disabilities and Assis-
tant Surgeon General. "And all
couples, whether or not they are
planning pregnancies. should
have a reproductive life plan."
These recommendations \\ill
also gile physicians and other
health care professionals the
knowledge, messages and tools
to act on the scientific evidence
that exists about how and when
to intervene for preconception
care.
"I encourage all women who
are thinking about getting preg-
nant to talk to their doctor about
medications, including those
bought without a prescription.
They should also avoid expo-
sure at work or at home to toxic
'substances or potentially infec-
tious materials, such as chemi-
cals or cat feces," added Dr.
Cordero.
The recommendations are
the result of two-years of col-
laborative effort with a number
of partner groups including The
Academy of Obstetricians and
Gynecologists, The National
March of Dimes Birth Defects
Foundation, The Association of
Maternal and Child Health pro-
grams, The American College of
Nurse Mido, ives, The American
Academy of Pediatrics. National
Association of County and City
*-lealth Officials, Association of


FLORIDA DFPARTMINrT OF

HEALTh

State and Territorial Health Of-
ficials, and The American Acad-


emy of Family Physicians.
The full recommendations on
preconception care are available
at www.cdc.gov/mmwr.
If you have any questions,
please contact Chipola Healthy
Start at 482-1236.


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