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Title: The Calhoun-Liberty journal
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Publisher: The Liberty Journal, Inc.
Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 2006
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    Main: Job Market
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    Main: Public & Legal Notices
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    Main: Obituaries
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Man charged
with burglary
after calling
911; Driver
leads deputy
home before


50
includes
tax


The Calhoun-Liberty




JOURNAL


LOCHS falls to
Hawthorne,
BHS Tigers
celebrate
another big
victory Friday


arrest...14 15
Voum 6,Nmbr 6Wensd Nv 1,206


Liberty County told to refund

over $57,000 for Bristol home

rehabbed under SHIP program


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
State officials have or-
dered Liberty County to repay
$57,499.14 for a home they said
should never have been refur-
bished under the county's grant
program in 2002 and 2003.
The residence of Rufus Solo-
mon, located on Hwy. 12 North,
received a long list of improve-
ments including a new roof,
siding, exterior doors and storm
doors, insulated windows, pan-

New Liberty

Health Dept.

director hired
Florida Deputy State Health
Officer Bonita Sorensen, M.D.,
M.B.A., says that a new director
has been named for the Liberty
County Health Department.
"I am happy to announce the
selection of Eugene Charbon-
neau as the new Director of the
Liberty County Health Depart-
ment," said Dr. Sorensen. "I am
confident that his background
and dedication to serving the
underserved will benefit Liberty
County."
Charbonneau received his
doctorate of osteopathy from
Nova Southeastern University
in 1997. He completed his resi-
dency and board certification in
Family Practice at University
Community Hospital in Tampa.
He is also a licensed osteopathic
physician. In 2000, Charbon-
neau served as the lead physician
at North Florida Medical Centers
in Panacea and East Point where
he oversaw clinical operations.
He was also the medical director
for the Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office, responsible for inmate
health.
"I would like to thank the
commissioners and citizens of
Liberty County for their con-
fidence in appointing me as
Director of the Liberty County
Health Department," said Dr.
Charbonneau. .
The new director is 'expected
to begin his duties this Friday.
Da\ id Odum, who has served
as the health department direc-
tor for Liberty County as well
as County County, t ill con-
tinue ith his, regular duties ,in
Calhoun County.. '


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eling and a new kitchen floor as
well as foundation work, accord-
ing to Liberty County Grants
Director Carroll Copeland, who
has been on the job for about
five months.
Other work done on the home
included remodeling two bath-
rooms to make them handi-
capped accessible. Twenty-
two feet of base cabinets and
countertops were added to the
structure, along with 19 feet of
upper cabinets.
According to Copeland, the
Solomon home should have
never been considered for fund-
ing from the State Housing
Initiatives Partnership Program
(SHIP) because the owner didn't
fit the low-income requirements.
A state audit later found that the
home did not meet the require-
ments for the program.
Former Grants Director Ricky
Revell told The Journal that at
the time the work was done, the
Solomon home was eligible. He
said after the renovations began
on the residence, the county
commission decided to stop
funding homes that fell under the
"moderate" category. The rule
was changed after the home was
approved, he said. He said that
to the best of his recollection,
"It was the general belief that he
(Solomon) was qualified."
Copeland said the county
commission has set a cap of
$35,000 for homes but it doesn't
mean that less will be done. "We
can do way more work now be-


cause we're using our own con-
tractors," he said, e:- 1
the county has two crews of two
men each, plus another man who
works with either crew as needed.
Under the current guidelines,
cabinet construction is limited to
12 feet, Copeland said.
The Liberty County Grants
Department has a waiting list of
67 applicants who want repairs
and modifications made to their
homes. Some of those on the list
have been waiting since 1995,
Copeland said. "We're not tak-
ing any more applications until
this is down to a workable list,"
he said.
He said going back down
the waiting list is one of several
"corrective actions" his office
is taking to comply with the
Florida Housing Coalition.
Copeland said that the
$57,499.14 that will be repaid
will come from the county's
general fund and go into the
county's SHIP account.
When the question was raised
at last week's Liberty County
Commission meeting, Copeland
said that there were no other
houses from past projects that
the county would have to repay
SHIP for.
The SHIP Web site state's
that the agency's purpose is,
"To assist in meeting specific
housing needs of very low, low
and moderate income house-
holds, to expand the production
and preservation of affordable
housing."


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Briana Sikes' car is shown after last week's crash in Bristol.
JOH r'I ueV'S FH-'I-TO

Bristol teen, Quincy

woman injured in

Thursday collision

by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Rescue workers were on the scene of an accident within
three minutes after a Bristol teenager collided with an east-
bound pickup on State Road 20 Thursday morning.
Briana Sikes. 16, %\as leaving home to dri'e to Liberty
County High School around 7:47 a.m. when she pulled onto
State Road 20 and drove into the path of an eastbound pickup.
according to FHP Trooper Jason King.
Sikes' 1998 Nissan was hit by a 20U4 Dodge pickup, driven
by Tiffany Rudd, 25. of Quincy. The crash happened about a
half mile east of Freeman Road.
The trooper said Rudd tried to avoid the collision but was
unable to stop the right front of her pickup from hitting the left
front of Sikes' car. The impact left the car in the middle of the
highway and knocked the truck off the road.
Rudd. who had injuries to her feet and ankles., was taken by
Liberty County ambulance to the emergency room at Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital.
Sikes suffered a broken arm and damaged knee cap after
being trapped in her vehicle. Rescue workers had to cut her
6ut of the wreckage after the section of the car behind the
motor folded over her feet and pinned her legs under the
dashboard.
She was taken by emergency helicopter to Tallahassee Me-
morial Hospital, where she was met by her father, James Sikes,
See WRECK continued inside on page 26


Honoring veterans
Community members gathered'to honor those who
fought to preserve our freedoms during Veterans
Day ceremonies last week. Pat Mears is shown at
far right with a flag cake presented during a program
at Blountstown Rehab., while Patty O'Brien, right,
gets ready to put a flag pin on a veteran living
there. Students are shown above as they perform
a patriotic song during the LCHS program held at
Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center.
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Page,2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL NOVEMBER 15,2006 ,


Man charged with burglary after calling 911


A Calhoun County man
who had gotten out of jail on
a conditional release was back
behind bars after he called 911
to report that he had gotten lost
while walking along Bailey
Cemetery Road Nov. 6.
Jerry Lee Chambers Jr., 35,
told authorities he thought he
was taking a shortcut when
he became disoriented around
8 a.m. that morning while
attempting to walk to Blount-
stown.
He said he came up on a'
singlewide mobile home, and
after seeing that the door was
kicked in, went inside to use
the phone.
Deputies responded to the


ARREST
REPORTS
complied by
Teresa Eubanks,
Journal Editor


scene to look for Chambers but
did not find him. A press of
the redial button of the phone
inside the trailer showed that
the last call was made to 911.
The phone was then left off
the hook.
A tracking dog was used at
the scene and searched unsuc-
cessfully for Chambers. The
trail led from the trailer to a
shed on a neighboring piece


of property and then back to
Bailey Cemetery Road.
Chambers was spotted com-
ing out of the woods around
11:45 a.m. and was picked up
by an unmarked patrol car.
The Calhoun County Sher-
iff's Department confirmed
that someone identifying
themselves as Chambers called
from that address that morn-
ing, but officers didn't believe
his claim that the door was
already damaged.
When the homeowner re-
turned later, he reported that
his television was missing.
Chambers was charged with
burglary of a structure, crimi-
nal mischief and theft.


Driver wanted to get vehicle home

before being arrested on DUI charge


A man who ran through a
red light at the Bristol intersec-
tion and then refused to stop
for a patrol car told a deputy he
wanted to get his vehicle home
"in case he got arrested."
John Joseph Haun was ar-
rested for habitual DUI and
violating a license restriction

Teen takes off
with grandma's
motor home
A Calhoun County teenager
was charged with grand theft
auto after he was pulled over
driving his grandmother's mo-
tor home last week.
According to a report from
the Calhoun County Sheriff's
Department, 18-year-old Jared
Dewayne Miller was stopped
by the Blountstown Police De-
partment for careless driving
around 5:45 p.m. on Nov. 6.
His grandmother was con-
tacted and told about the traffic
stop, at which point she phoned
the sheriff's department and
asked that they retrieve the
vehicle and arrest her grandson
and the friend who was riding
with him. She said the motor
home had been stolen from
her Hamilton Springs Road
residence.
The vehicle was later found
parked at a home on Lam-
bert Street and did not have
a visible tag. When officers
later made contact with Miller
who was described at that
time as being intoxicated he
admitted that he had taken the
vehicle without permission.
He said his friend- had no
knowledge that he was not
supposed to be in possession
of the motor home, according
to'the report.


that allowed him to drive only
between home and work, ac-
cording to a report from the
Liberty County Sheriff's De-
partment.
He was also charged with
refusing to take a breath-alco-
hol test and cited for running
a red light.
Deputy Timothy Partridge
was on patrol at 11:40 p.m. Fri-
day when he saw the vehicle
sail through the stop light in
front of him at the intersection
of State Road 20 and State
Road 12 South.
He followed the vehicle and
activated his patrol lights and
siren, but the driver would not
stop and continued on for a
half mile before pulling at a
residence in at the Riverview


Campground.
As the deputy pulled up
behind him, Haun stepped,
out of the vehicle and walked
unsteadily back to the patrol
car.
While checking his license
the deputy noticed the strong
odor of an alcoholic bever-
age coming from Haun's face
and asked- him if he'd been
drinking. Haun replied that
he's consumed "possibly a six
pack."
Haun told the deputy that the
reason he performed poorly on
a roadside sobriety evaluation
was because he had a broken
leg and his balance was not
good.
Haun was handcuffed and
taken to the county jail.


CALHOUN COUNTY
Nov. 6: Jerry Chambers, burglary of structure,
criminal mischief; James Mitchell Taylor, FTA;
Tracy Ann Barton, VOP (state).
Nov. 7: Margaret Greenwell, DUI; Vinton.
Schexnadier, violation of injunction; Buck Jones,
driving while license suspended or revoked.
Nov. 8: Jared Miller, grand theft auto; James
Michael Yahn, possession or use of drug para-
phernalia, driving while license suspended or re-
voked with knowledge, attached registration tag
not assigned, no motor vehicle registration.
Nov. 11: Ronnie Taylor, VOP, resisting without
violence.
Nov. 12: Anatalio Plata, no driver's license;
Bulmaro Barsenas, no driver's license; Fidel
Nandho, expired driver's license more than
four months, altered license plate or validation
sticker.
Nov. 13: Samuel Garrett, DUI.

LIBERTY COUNTY
Nov. 6: Curtis Harris, serving four months;
Ulises Gonzalez, VOP, DUI; Victor Ojeda, war-
rant.
Nov. 7: Darshay Samson, VOP; Margaret
Greenwell, holding for CCSO.
Nov. 9: Jody J. Abraham, FTA, DUI; Larry Fine,
domestic aggravated assault.
Nov. 10; Reyes Javier Angeles-Vicentes, serv-
ing five days.
Nov. 11: John Joseph Haun, DUI, habitual
offender, refusal, driver's license violation of re-
strictions; Clayton Earl Harris, sentenced from
court (two years in DOC) new charges posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of marijuana, posses-
sion of schedule II drug without a prescription,
introduction of contraband into a correctional
facility.
Listlngsincludenamefollowedbychargeandidentificationofarrestingagency Thenames above represent
those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Blountstown Police Dept.
Nov. 6 through Nov. 12, 2006 1
Citations issued:
Accidents............ 00 Traffic Citations...................16
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)....112
Business alarms.....01 Residential alarms..........00
Com plaints......................................................... 180





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Open House
Friday & Saturday, Nov. 24 & 2
9 a.m. 6 p.m. with refreshmen

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Over $15 million in grants


are awarded to small cities


ST. AUGUSTINE Secre-
tary Thaddeus Cohen of the De-
partment of Community Affairs
was on hand at the Community
Development Block Grants Im-
plementation Workshop to pres-
ent checks to the recipients of
the 2006 Small Cities CDBG
Awards. CDBG grants were al-
located in the areas of housing,
neighborhood revitalization, and
commercial_ revitalization total-
ing approximately $15.5 mil-
lion.
"The Community Develop-
ment Block Grants Program pro-
vides some of Florida's smaller
cities and counties with funds
to improve their communities,
be it housing, public facilities,
their downtown areas, neighbor-
hoods, or even provide more job
opportunities," Secretary Cohen
said. "This workshop was not
only an opportunity to present
these communities with their
awards, but also an opportunity
to provide the necessary train-
ing and resources to implement
these improvements."
The one day workshop also
provided training- and tech-
nical assistance for grant
recipients. Topics discussed
included environmental review,


2006 Small Cities Awardees include:

Calhoun County..................... $700,000

City of Bristol...................$575,900

City of Blountstown..........$650,000

City of Marianna................ $700,000


procurement, financial manage-
ment, and other issues related to
grant administration.
"The goal of this workshop
is to help these communities fo-
cus on implementation and give
them the necessary tools to move
forward," Monya Newmyer, Di-
rector of the Small Cities CDBG
Program, said. "The U.S. De-
partment of Housing and Urban
Development and the state. of
Florida require communities re-
ceiving grants to comply with a
number of requirements, and this
workshop is the perfect setting
to ensure they understand and
adhere to these expectations."
2006 Small Cities CDBG lo-
cal Awardees are:
*Calhoun County- $700,000
*Bristol $575,900


*Blountstown -$650,000
*Marianna $700,000
The CDBG program is
federally funded by the U.S.
Department of Housing and
Urban Development, and is ad-
ministered by DCA's Division
of Housing and Community
,Development. The program
provides dollars to small local
governments for projects that
include housing, neighborhood
revitalization, commercial revi-
talization and economic devel-
opment initiative.
DCA was established to assist
Florida's communities in meet-
ing the challenges of. growth,
reducing effects of disaster and
investing in community revital-
ization.


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Santa with Friends

iing Saturday 6 p.m.


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Fashion Jewelry
Handbags
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Bath Products

visit our beautiful winter
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CHIPOLA SHINES AT FACC Chipola College was one of the most talked-about colleges at
the 2006 Florida Association of Community Colleges Annual Convention in Tampa. Pictured
from left, are: Judy Riviere, Margie Williams, Mandy Suggs, Christen Bennett, Danny Ryals,
Sandra Harrell, Lou Kind, Lindsay Roach, Pat Barfield, Rachel West, Dr. Gene Prough, Gina
Stuart, Alice Pendergrass, Otis Traynom, Joyce Traynom, Evelyn Ward and Ruth Davis.
CHIPOLA PHOTOS

Chipola shines at State FACC Convention
MARIANNA- Chipola Col- lations Office. Technology Coordinator and
lege was one of the most talked- The Chipola College Partners FACC Chapter Past President,
about colleges at the 2006 Flor- Program, a high school outreach was awarded a LifeSaver Award
ida Association of Community program, was named as a finalist for her help in regional activities.
Colleges Annual Convention in for the 2007-2008 Student De- Evelyn Ward, Publications Coor-
Tampa. velopment Commission Exem- dinator and FACC Chapter Sec-
Chipola garnered numerous plary Practice Competition. The retary, was awarded special rec-
honors, including two member- program's attributes were pre- ognition for service to the region.
ship awards, an Institutional Ad- sented by Judy Riviere, Direc- Lou Kind, 2005-06 Chapter
vancement Publication Award, tor of Educational Talent Search President, accepted the Region
and was named the Region I and Mandy Suggs, Educational 1 Chapter of the Year Award for
Chapter of the Year. The Chipo- Talent Search Staff Assistant. the Chipola Chapter.
la chapter accepted awards for: The program will be presented Sandra Harrell, Chipola As-
50% or Better Membership and for final consideration at the sistant Athletic Director, served
Greatest Percentage of Employ- Student Development Commis- as State FACC president and
ees as Members (over 180 mem- sion Spring Conference in May chaired this year's convention.
bers). The Chipola College Ath- 2007. Evelyn Ward was elected state
letic Media Guide was awarded Alice Pendergrass, Chipola Vice President-Elect for Regions
Best Sports Magazine for all Foundation Senior Staff Assis- and Chapters. Ward will serve
Florida community colleges. tant and FACC Chapter Treasur- as Vice President in 2007-08.
The media guide is designed er, was honored as the Chipola Several Chipola employees
and produced by Evelyn Ward, College Unsung Hero for her will serve on the 2007 Student
* Chipola Coordinator of Publica-- outstanding work in the chapter. Development Commission Ex-
tn Wand the ipo vM e ou in'd, l ear&nig sources' ecutive Board.


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Antique Tool Show

and Sale Saturday
from the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
The annual Antique Tool Show and
Sale will be held at the Panhandle Pio-
neer Settlement on the Saturday before
Thanksgiving Nov. 18 from 7:30 a.m. to
2 p.m. (CT).
Exhibitors from all over the US will
showcase all kinds of tools and imple-
ments from the 18th to 20th centuries.
Come enjoy seeing and learning about an
array of unusual tools. Maybe you will
find one to take home with you.
This event is being put on in associa-
tion with the Midwest Tool Collectors and
the Early America Industries Association.
There is a $2 donation fee.
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
is located in Sam Atkins Park, about 1
mile west of the intersection of Hwy. 71
and Hwy. 20. Follow Hwy. 20 West out
of Blountstown. Look for signs for Sam
Atkins Park. Turn North at Lindy's Fried
Chicken (Silas Green St.). Plenty of park-
ing!
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is
a nonprofit organization dedicated to the
preservation of rural life in the Florida
Panhandle.
For further information on the Settle-
ment call 674-2777, or e-mail pps@pps-
museum.org.
Fundraiser set up to
help pay for funeral
A fundraiser will be held for the late
Ida Carroll who passed away Nov. 12 to
help with burial expenses.
Boston butt orders will be taken at
Blackburn's Grocery in Hosford. The
proceeds will go towards assisting with
these expenses.
Please place orders by, Thursday, Nov.
16 at 10 a.m. To place your order, call
379-8672. Any donation will be greatly
appreciated.
PAHNC Advisory
Council to meet
The Panhandle Area Health Network's
Community Advisory Council Meeting
will be held Nov. 16 at 11:30 a.m. (CT) in
the conference room of the PAHN build-
ing, 4349 Lafayette St. in Marianna.
Any organization that would like rep-
resentation at this meeting is welcome
to attend. Lunch will be provided. Call
482-9088 for further information.


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POSTED EVENTS INCLUDE:
*Veterans Park Ghost Train
*Hosford Fall Festival
*Kinard Carnival
*Tee-Tiny Mites Football Team
*Wore rnminn connl .


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Rotary Club meets at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, noon
Weight Loss Support Group meets at 1 p.m. at Shelton Park Library
Bridle Club meets from 3:30 5 p.m., at Veterans Memorial Civic Center
Boy ScoutTroop 200 & 203 meets at 6:30 p.m., Mormon Church
AA meets at 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. west door

Blountstown Woman's Club meets at 11:45 a.m.,
board room of the W.T. Neal Civic Center
Calhoun Co. Chamber of Commerce
meets 12 noon at Calhoun Co. Sr. Citizens
Mossy Pond VFD meets at 7 p.m. at the Fire House
AA meets 7 p.m., basement of Calhoun County Courthouse


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


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


Syrup Making

Day Nov. 25
Come out and experience one of the
yummiest traditions of our past syrup
making. We do it all, from start to finish,
on the Settlement grounds. The Syrup
House, on the 40 acre farmstead, houses
an early 1900s sugar mill, a wood burning
furnace, built in the southern tradition,
and a pre-civil war kettle.
"Papa's Best Syrup" is made in the
traditional manner at the syrup house and
bottled on the spot from locally grown
sugar cane. Syrup and Cane Juice will be
available.
This free event, with fun for the entire
family, takes place on the Saturday after
Thanksgiving, Nov. 25 at the Farmstead
on the Settlement's grounds. It starts at 8
a.m. (CT) and lasts until the last drop of
syrup is bottled, around 3 p.m.
There will be no fee, but voluntary
contributions are gladly accepted.
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
is located in Sam Atkins Park, about 1
mile west of the intersection of Hwy 71
and Hwy 20. Follow Hwy. 20 West out
of Blountstown.. Look for signs for Sam
Atkins Park. Turn North at Lindy's Fried
Chicken (Silas Green St.). Go to the Farm-
stead behind the Settlement then follow
the syrup signs along the Pioneer Settle-
ment Road. There's plenty of parking!
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is
a nonprofit organization dedicated to the
preservation of rural life in the Florida
Panhandle.
For further information on the Settle-
ment, call 674-2777.





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Liberty Music & Drama Troupe to present The Nutcracker Dec. 3


mission of the Music and Drama
Troupe is to provide the com-
munity an avenue for developing
the fine and performing arts. In.
- May of 2005, the Troupe, direct-
ed by Bonita Deck, made its de-
but with its first "Evening at the
Theatre." Since then the Troupe
has presented to the community
"The Nutcracker" in 2005 and


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in the spring of 2006, "Evening
at the Theatre." The Music and
Drama Troupe is now preparing
for the 2006 production of "The
Nutcracker," which includes over
forty local youth and adults from
Liberty, Calhoun and Jackson
Counties. This year's perfor-
mances will include guest artists
from Dance Alive National Bal-
let of Gainesville. Dance Alive is
one of the most distinguished and
creative ballet companies in the
southeast. Featured dancers from
Dance Alive will include:
Michele Incollingo. Ms. In-
collingo is one of those rare gifted
dancers who makes everything
look easy. Her sense of humor,
phenomenal technique and dra-
matic ability- make her an audi-
ence favorite. An exciting and vi-
vacious performer, her incredible
technical proficiency and flair can
be seen in her role as "Sugar Plum
Fairy" in Nutcracker.


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The Liberty Music and Drama
Troupe will present the Nutcrack-
er on Sunday Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. at Veterans Memorial
Park Civic Center in Bristol.
In the early 2005, the Florida
Division of Cultural Affairs grant-
ed funds to the Liberty County
Arts Council to form the Liberty
Music and Drama Troupe. The


Nikolae Morchtchakov. Mr.
Morchtchakov graduated from the
State Choreographic Academy of
Saratov, Russia with honors in
1995. Mr. Morschtchakov was
Laureate of the Philip Morris In-
ternational Ballet Competition in
1999 and 2000. His elegant line
and bravura technique make him
the ideal danseurr noble."
Stanislav Ivanov. Mr. Ivanov
received his training at the fa-
mous Perm State Choreographic
College in Russia. A dancer who
seems to "fly through the air," Mr.
Ivanov's performances showcase
his strong Russian technique.
Also, in this year's perfor-
mance, we are pleased to include
Donna Wissinger, Internationally
renowned Flutist and Christine
Yoshikawa, Pianist. They will
be adding new dimensions to our
Nutcracker production with live
music for The Dance of the Reed
Flutes in Act II.
Donna Wissinger's concerts
have included acclaimed recitals
on the main stages of Carnegie
Hall and the renowned Glinka
Capella. Audiences are captivat-
ed by her beautiful and commu-
nicative playing, her charismatic
stage presence and her obvious
love and enthusiasm for her art.
Donna Wissinger is the inaugural
recipient of the Doris Leeper Art-


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in cash and prizes awarded yearly in over 40 states.
If you have a beautiful child with a great smile, just dress them in
their Sunday best and arrive Sunday, Dec. 10 at the W.T. Neal Civic
Center in Blountstown. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m. and the compe-
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emplary work in the field of Arts
Education. Her CD, "Amazing
Grace: An American Tapestry," is
heralded worldwide.
Christine Yoshikawa Concert
Pianist, has been hailed by crit-
ics as a pianist of "pure power."
A native of Vancouver, British
Columbia, she began her piano
studies at age two and won her
first major national competition
at age six. After making her con-
certo debut with the Westminster
Philharmonic at age nine, she has
collected top prizes at several na-
tional and international competi-
tions. Ms. Yoshikawa received
her Doctor of Musical Arts degree
in piano performance from the
Arizona State University and has
presented master classes in North
America and abroad.
Don't miss this new and excit-
ing production of "The Nutcrack-
er." Admission: general seating
is $6 and reserved.is $8. For ad-
ditional information, call Bonita
Deck at 643-9808.
This event is sponsored in part
by the Liberty County Arts Coun-
cil, the Liberty County Board of
Commissioners, Florida Depart-
ment of State, Division of Cultural
Affairs, The Florida Arts Council
and The National Endowment for
the Arts.


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spe' ial guest Johanna PlumE-
mer will present a musical con-
cert followed by Pastor BP ioi c
Dan I oihn.i' witd an iinsa'pir'im,
message.
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luncheon in the fellowship hall,
Come bring a friend and en-
joy a time of Lhiii,..,giv'in)', wor-
ship and fellowship.

Manna Ministries
Food Pantry open
The Blountstown Church of
the Nazarene will be opening
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p.m. until Saturday, Nov. 18 ata


ThIe church is located at 10677g
NW Michaux ssfromad. For more
Liberty Hospital at 17826 NFE
Crozier St. m Blountsto\\ n.

Youth lock-in Friday
First Baptist Church of Bristol
will have a Youth Lock-in on
Friday,. Nov. 17 beginning at 10
p.m. until Saturday, Nov. 18 at
6 a.m.
The church is located at 10677
-NW Michaux Road. For more
information, call the church at
643-5400.


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River Town Girls
in concert Dec, 3
The River le Gii. ,l ,
Blountstown \ lill be in concert
at the New Harvest A..cnhldh
oN God Clui.Oi in Wewahitchka
Stmndi\ TD 3 at S pa, ,'Tli.
The church invites C\ o eI ic to
come and,'iiji ;o-. p'l ;,,,i-.
The church is located at 1800
N,,lid Hwy. 71. \\1\\.hliil.,t.
For more information, call 639-
6191 or 639-3716.

Community-wide
Thanksgiving
Service Nov. 19
Liberty County Ministerial
Association's Community -wide
Thanksgiving Service will be
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The church i lo.ited at 10677
NW Mich 4 x Road in Bristol.
We welcome your church announce-
ments and remind you to be sure to
include the day and date as well as time
and location of each event. We also
ask that you include a phone number
or directions to the church to make it
convenient for our readers. There is
no charge for church announcements,
but we run each announcement only
once. If you would like to repeat the
same announcement, we can do so but
must charge for the space as though it
were an advertisement.
For more information, call 643-3333.


To our many friends and Asphalt, Lloyd Burke, Bud and
neighbors, we would like to Jonathan Bailey.
extend our humble appreciation Also, hundreds of family,
for the overwhelming and friends and neighbors for food,
outpouring of love and support flowers, cards, phone calls, visits r
we received during the loss and monetary donations.
of our loved one who was a A special thanks to our loved
husband, father, grandfather and ones that came in and worked
great-grandfather, above and beyond the call of
There is no way we can thank duty. We will always be grateful. G-
each of you in person, so please May God bless each of you FA
accept this means of thanks and and may He restore to you a -
gratitude. hundredfold, tiv
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special thanks to Richard and your prayers. We have a void Fa
Leanna Hall, Janet Cumbaa. that cannot be filled. m
Taylor, Rev. Riley Adams, God is a merciful God and e
Rev. James. Gilbert, Glory Hill He knows best. We just -can't
Holiness Church, Hasty Pond comprehend or understand it. e
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CHARLES ORAMA
& JAYLEN OJEDA
Charles Orama is celebrating
his 23rd birthday on Nov 13
and his cousin, Jaylen Ojeda
is celebrating her first birthday,
also on Nov 13. He is the son
of Betty and Isaias Orama of-
Hosford. She is the daughter
of Sabrina Allen and Victor
Ojeda. Charles enjoys spend-
ing time with family, believes
in working hard and is looking
forward to being a dad. Jaylen
enjoys being spoiled by her
great-aunt Betty.


Creel, Hamlin exchange vows
". Crystal
Creel of Grand
Ridge and John

'" Wilma were

..... ... 22 at the Pan-
handle Pioneer
Settlement in
f -"Blountstown in
Sa double ring
S. ceremonyoffi-
ciated by Rob-
S: ert.Hill.
Crystal is
the daughter of
Mr. and'Mrs.
Devon Land of
Ft. MIyers and John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hamlin of
Wilma. .
Audra Creel, daughter of the bride, served as the maid of honor
and Garrett Hamliri, nephew of the groom, served as best man.
The bride and groom nx ish to express a special thank you to Tina
Sims, Lucile Hamlin-Carter and Elaine Hamlin for all their help
with, the preparations and planning of our special day.

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R E I S 0 G L U
CROWNED AMERI-
CA'S COVER MISS
USA .- Kayla Reisoglu
was crowned America's
Cover Miss USA Nov. 6
in Tallahassee. She also
won the sponsor award,
prettiest eyes, best fash-
ion and most beautiful.
She is the daughter of
Dawn Reisoglu of Bris-


MADALYN CLAIR
SLOAN
Madalyn Clair Sloan cele-
brated her first birthday on
Oct. 24. She is the daughter
of Bradley.and Rachel Sloan
of Brunswick, GA. Her grand-
parents are Aaron and Virginia
Elkins of Hosford, the late Jo
Anger of Ft. Walton Beach
and Robin Sloan of Brunswick.
Her great-grandparents are
Betty and the late J.B. Elkins
of Hosford, Eugene and the
late Ivella Sloan of Brunswick,
Lon Anger of Crestview and
Geneva Sarten of Halls, TN.
Madalyn loves getting into
everything and following her
big sister, Alysa around. She
celebrated her birthday with
a Hello Kitty party with her
friends and family.


ALYSA NICOLE
SLOAN
Alysa Nicole Sloan celebrated
her second birthday on Oct. 5.
She is the daughter of Bradley
and Rachel Sloan of Bruns-
wick, GA. Her grandparents
are Aaron and Virginia Elkins
of Hosford, the late Jo An-
ger of Ft. Walton Beach and
Robin- Sloan of Brunswick.
Her .great-grandparents are
Betty and the late J.B. Elkins
of Hosford, Eugene and the
late Ivella Sloan of Brunswick,
Lon Anger of Crestview and
Geneva Sarten of Halls, TN.
Alysa loves riding her new
"cycle" and bossing her little
"Sissy," Madalyn around. She
celebrated her birthday with
a Spongebob party with her
friends and family.


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Savannah Jolie Young is cel-"
ebrating. her first birthday on
Nov 23. She is the daughter
of Colby Young and Anna Hill
of Blountstown. Her grandpar-
ents are James and Annette
Young of Altha, Johnny and
April Hill of Tallahassee and
Debbie Kent of Bristol. Savan-
nah enjoys playing with her
daddy and Uncle Scott. She
also enjoys playing on the
trampoline with her Bubbie
and Sissy. She will be celebrat-
ing her birthday on Nov 25 at
2 p.m. at Pizza Hut in Blount-
stown. Everyone is welcome
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by Marti Vickery,
Operations Manager
MEMBERSHIP MEET-
ING The Calhoun County
Chamber Mefibership meeting
is set for Thursday, Nov. 16 at
noon at Connie's Kitchen in
Blountstown. The guest speak-
er will be Robin Richards. Call
Marti at 674-4519 for details
about our exciting membership
plans for 2007 or for more in-
formation.
TREE LIGHTING CERE-
MONY Blountstown Main
Street is kicking off the Christ-
mas holidays on the Tuesday
before Thanksgiving with a
free outdoor movie and a tree
lighting ceremony set to get un-
derway Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 6
p.m. CT. The event will be held
at Magnolia Square, the park at
the comer of SR 20 and 71 in
downtown Blountstown.
The City of Blountstown re-
cently purchased several new
decorations for downtown, in-
cluding a gigantic tree for the
square. Come celebrate the sea-
son, listen to carols, watch the
tree light up, and settle in to see
the popular Christmas movie,
Elf, on the big screen. Joining
the fun will be some entertain-
ing elf tumblers.
Calhoun County 4-H mem-
bers will hold a Christmas
cookie bakeoff the night before
and % ill be sharing their home-
made treats at the tree Uightinhg
ceretnony, yn.acks and
be% erages, iq1uding holfticMs
hot dogs and chili., nill be for
-sale.
For more information, call
.the Calhoun County Chamber
of Commerce at 850/674-4519.
CHRISTMAS ON THE


SQUARE On Dec. 2, the history. The Hassigs have some
Order of the Eastern Star is fabulous Christmas decor in
organizing Christmas on the store this season to accent their
Square Saturday, starting at lovely furnishings. Stop by and
9 a.m. with vendors, refresh- see what they've done with this
ments, music and fun. historic downtown residence!
Our county has two parades *The home of Phillip and
this same day, Altha's at 1 p.m. Angie Hill at 15821 SE Pear
and Blountstown's at 6 p.m. Street. Christmas is the Hills'
Stay in town for the Main Street favorite time of year and it
Blountstown Street Dance on shows! Their beautiful home
the Square. Call Angie at 674- will have a unique Christmas
9191 or the Chamber at 674- tree in each room this season
4519 for details. and there will be an array of de-
TOUR OF HOMES licious goodies to enjoy. In ad-
Blountstown Main Street invites edition, live holiday music will
everyone around the region to fill the air!
join them for a Christmas Tour *The home of Don and Mert
of Homes. The event is set for Stephens at 20808 Sherry Av-
Friday, December 8, from 5:30 enue. The Stephens' home ap-
to 9 p.m. pears to have been plucked
The evening begins at the from the pages of a fairytale.
historic old courthouse on Cen- For years, residents and visitors
tral Avenue East in downtown alike have admired their decor
Blountstown. Visitors will be that changes with the seasons.
given maps and can enjoy some This is your chance to get an up
light refreshments, then take off close look at their lovely house
on the tour at their own pace. in the downtown residential
Holiday lights will be twin- district.
kling bright at each of the four Tickets for the tour are $10
lovely Blountstown homes to each with all proceeds benefit-
be featured. They include: ing Blountstown Main Street's
*The home of Dresa Leon- downtown revitalization ef-
ard Barfield at 20084 NW Ev- forts. You can purchase your
ans Avenue. Dresa's adorable ticket at the old courthouse the
home has been in her family for night of the event or in advance
generations and she's decorat- from Merle Norman, Abby
ing this Christmas A with a faim- & Co., the Calhoun County
ily heritage theme. In addition Chamber of Commerce. or any
to her flair for design, MDrsa is Blountstown Main Street mem-
also famous fotbhe coeo uir 4 .m However, eycn those. with
save roo-,o' e advae 6"e1s must stop'-"
holiday treats!"' .t he W t courthouse to present
*The home of Danny and their ticket before beginning
Deborah Hassig at 16902 SR the tour.
71 South. Known as Creek- For more information, call
side, the Hassig's gorgeous the Chamber office at, 674-
two-story house is rich with 4519.


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from the Liberty County
Senior Citizens Association
The Liberty County Senior
Citizens Association plans extra
holiday shopping trips on the
following days:
*Nov. 29 Christmas Shop-
ping at the New Dollar Store in
Marianna. The Transit van will
leave the Bristol Senior Center
at 9:30 a.m. to start picking ev-
eryone up. After the shopping
is complete, lunch will be en-
joyed at Po' Folks. Transit seat-
ing is limited and will be a first
call, first seat basis, to go on this
trip. Call Jeannette at 643-5613
no later than 3 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 22 and your name will be
put on the Transit list.
*Dec. 5.- Ready to shop at
the Graceville Outlet Store-s?
The Liberty Gounty Transit van


will leave the Bristol Senior
Center at 8:30 a.m. to start pick-
ing everyone up. Shop till you
drop and then have a scrump-
tious lunch at the Chuck Wagon
Restaurant. This is a first call,
first seat basis as Transit space
is limited. Call Jeannette at 643-
5613 no later than 3 p.m. Thurs-
day, Nov. 30 and your name will
be put on the Transit list.
*Dec. 19 Christmas Shop-


ping at Bealls. Outlet and Wal-
Mart on Highway 90 in Tal-
lahassee. The Transit Van will
leave the Bristol Center at 8:30
a.m. to start picking up. After
shopping, on to the Golden Cor-
ral for lunch. Call Jeannette at
643-5613 no later than 3 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 14 to have your
Transit reservation made. Tran-
sit seating is limited, first call,
first seat basis.


Christmas Lights tour scheduled
The Liberty County Senior Citizens Association plans a Christ-
mas Lights Tour in Tallahassee on Friday, Dec. 15; The Transit Van
will leave the Bristol Senior Center at 2:30 p.m. to pick up every-
one. A wonderful supper will be enjoyed at the Golden Corral on
North Monroe and then the Christmas Lights Tour will begin.
Transit seating is limited and will be on a first call, first seat ba-
sis. Call Jeannette at 643-5613 no later than 3 p.m..Monday. Dec.
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Volunteers needed to help local kids


To the editor:
I am sending out a challenge
to all adults in Calhoun County
-- men as well as women to
give a very few hours a month
to become a Guardian ad Li-
tem volunteer. Maybe you have
thought of something to do that
could help a child, especially
since the holiday season is upon
us.
As an adult survivor of child
abuse I know what it would
mean to a child to know there is
someone out there that will help
them. That's all I ever wanted,
but there was no one there.
There are children now, in Cal-
houn County that need our help
desperately.
In the court room the offend-
ing mother or father have at-
torneys to speak for and defend
them, the Guardian ad Litem
attorney is appointed for the-
children, so that they will also
have a voice in the courtroom.
The Guardian ad Litem (GAL)


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volunteer is then assigned the
case. The problem is there are
not enough volunteers in Cal-
houn County.
Maybe you think you don't
have time to help, so you do-
nate money, clothes, toys. The
children need all of those things
certainly, but what they also
need is a voice to let the court
know if the parents are doing
what is ordered by the court, are


Support group offers help for those
affected by the suicide of a loved one
To the editor:
Among the various days, weeks, and months designated to focus
attention on professions, issues and causes, National Survivors of
Suicide Day is among the most profound.
On Nov. 18, the nation reaches out to survivors of suicide loss.
Sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, this
day will be marked by healing conferences in more than 100 cities
across the nation.
As part of Big Bend Hospice's mission to provide emotional sup-,
port to anyone who has lost a loved one, our professional grief and
loss counselors offer a support group for those who have experi-
enced a loss due to a suicide.
The Suicide Loss Support Group meets on the third Tuesday of
each month, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Big Bend Hospice Elaine
Bartelt Center, 1723 Mahan Center in Tallahassee.
I urge anyone who has experienced a loss due to suicide to contact
Big Bend Hospice at 878-5310 or toll-free at 1-800-772-5862 and
speak with one of our grief and loss counselors.
Big Bend Hospice extends this service to anyone in our eight-
county area including Liberty County.
Carla Braveman, R.N. M.Ed., CHCE
President & CEO
Big Bend Hospice


things changing in the home,
are the children in a safer place,
are they going to school, etc.
The training needed to be-
come a GAL volunteer does
not cost you anything. You do
not need a diploma, you need
to care. The time you spend on
a case is minimal, and if some-
thing seems like it may be more
than you can handle, there is
someone to help you. Certainly
you can find an hour here, 30
minutes there, to help a child.
That's all it takes. The GAL pro-
gram is not asking for blocks of
your time. The time it took you
to read this could mean so much
to a child, if the time was used
to stop by the school to have
lunch with them, or drop by his
home to see how things are go-
ing. Just knowing you are there
may ease their minds, and give
them hope.
If we can get enough vol-
unteers to come on board, the
training can be held in Calhoun
County, you would not need to
go to Marianna. Volunteers are
needed in every county. How-
ever, my challenge is for Cal-
houn.
Please, give the Guardian ad
Litem office a call to sign up for
the next training class. Make
this holiday and the coming
year a better time for a child in
need. Call 674-2799 or stop by
the office in the courthouse on
the second floor. You can also
call the Marianna office at 482-
9127.
Sarah Goff, Altha

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to speak up about public is-
sues and invite you to tell us
what you think with a letter to
the editor. All letters must be
signed and include the writer's
address. We also require a
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Loss to Hawthorne ends season for LCHS


by Richard Williams,
Journal sports writer
Liberty County scored first in
their playoff game against Haw-
thorne, but then the visitors reeled
off 36 straight points to take the
game from the Bulldogs.
The story of the game was
Hawthorne quarterback Josh Mc-
Coy. McCoy burned the Bulldogs
for almost 300 yards passing with
almost all of those yards coming
in the first half. McCoy overcame
Liberty's pass rush and was able
to find open receivers for big
gains.
The turning point of the game
came after Liberty's first touch-
down. Ervin Young broke up the
middle and simply outraced the
defenders on his way to a 54 yard
touchdown run. Clint Hill's extra
point kick with 9:46 remaining in
the first quarter gave Liberty the
7-0 lead.
That lead ended on Haw-
thorne's next drive when McCoy
tossed a short pass to a receiver
who broke a tackle and then
rushed for the 75 yard touch-
down.
LCHS Head Coach Grant
Grantham said he thought Haw-
thorne's first touchdown and
Liberty's response was the key
to the game.
"I think it shocked us,"
Grantham said. "The third play


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of that series (after Liberty's
touchdown) we had them (Haw-
thorne) facing third down. If
we had put them three and out
I think we could have put them
away, but instead they scored the
long touchdown and we don't
recover."
Hawthorne scored two more
touchdowns in the first quarter
and held a 22-7 lead at the end
of the first quarter.
Grantham said that Liberty's


ability to respond simply wasn't
present against Hawthorne.
"We've responded real well
(to big plays by other teams) all
year, maybe not with scores, but
at least with first downs," he said.
"Against them (Hawthorne) we
came up short over and over, and
just didn't respond well ... and as
a result the game just got away
from us.
"I really thought, and still
think, we can play with them,
but they got the momentum and
the tempo going and we couldn't
get a first down and kill the mo-
mentum. It just got away from
us. I still think we should have
beat them, but we picked a bad
time to play our worst game of
the year."
The visitors expanded the lead
in the second quarter when they
scored two more touchdowns to
give them a 36-7 lead going into
the half.
In the second half Liberty
was able to move the ball, but.
the Bulldogs were only able to
score once more in the game.
That touchdown came on a Keith
McCray four yard run to move the
score to 36-13.
Granth4m said he was proud of,
*tiis;eam and said this i, special;


group of kids.
When asked what the players
and fans should take away from
this football season Grantham
replied, "Believe we can win and
that hard work pays off.
I think we had a hard time re-
alizing it is a long season, and if
you do well it is longer than ten
weeks. You need to prepare that
way. You can't shut it off and turn
it back on. It is continual. That is
life too. You work hard, continue
to go, continue to go and continue
to go and when the opportunity
is there you knock on the door
and go in."
Grantham continued, "I
thought this group of kids was
special, and I think we had more
under the hood. I'm really proud
of this group of kids I'm
proud of this season ... I'm dis-
appointed, but I'm really proud
of the kids and this program this
year."
Grantham was asked when
the preparation for next season
begins and he said it started dur-
ing this year.
"You start building for next
year during the season, and we's e
done that," he said. "We've got
some good kids coming back,
andI'm sure they've learned a lot.


Lung cancer

awareness

is focus of

DOH efforts

in November

TALLAHASSEE The
Florida Department of Health
(DOH) recognizes November as
Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
"Florida residents can take
a stand against lung cancer by
avoiding the use of tobacco
products," said DOH Secretary
for Health M. Rony Francois,
M.D., M.S.P.H., Ph.D. "During
this month, we ask all Floridian
smokers to consider breaking the
nicotine addiction."
According to the American
Lung Association, an estimated
60 percent of people with lung
cancer die within one year of
diagnosis and about 75 percent
of afflicted individuals will die
within two years.
Although lung cancer is one
of the most preventable cancers,
it is still a grave concern for the
Florida Department of Health
and for all Floridians. Accord-
ing to Florida's statewide cancer
registry, the Florida Cancer Data
System (FCDS), there were a to-
tal of 15,768 new lung and bron-
chus cancers diagnosed in 2003,
the most current data year avail-
able. Additionally, FCDS reports
34,458 tobacco-related cancers
were diagnosed, and 20,016
deaths occurred from these can-
cers in Florida. Acute myeloid
leukemia, cancer of the trachea,
lung and bronchus, lip, oral cav-
ity, pharynx, larynx, esophagus,
pancreas, cervix, bladder, kidney
and renal pelvis and stomach are
all cancers known to be associ-
ated with tobacco use. Lung and
bronchus cancers remain the
second most common after skin
cancers, but they are the leading
causes of cancer deaths.
Cigarette smoking is the lead-
ing risk factor for lung cancer.
Other risk factors include cigar
and pipe use, secondhand smoke,
radon, asbestos, pollution, lung
disease, and personal history.
There is no evidence that smok-
ing low tar cigarettes reduces the
risk of lung cancer. Individuals
need to be aware of preventative
health complications associated
with smoking such as chronic
lung disease, coronary heart dis-
ease and stroke as well as prob-
lems with pregnancy and birth.
To assist those who are con-
templating quitting smoking, a
toll-free Quitline is available.
The number is 1-877-822-6669.
Florida Department of Health
encourages all Floridians to
adopt healthy behaviors. For ad-
ditional information, please con-
tact the National Cancer Insti-
tute at 1-800-4-CANCER, call
the Florida Quit-For-Life Line,
at 1-877-U-CAN-NOW (1-877-
822-6669) or the American Lung
Association's toll-free Lung
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50-6 in regional semifinals Friday
The Blountstown Tigers blast- scored three touchdowns and led quarter with a touchdown pass
ed through another opponent last his team in rushing with ten car- from Lame Barnhill to Braden
week, beating the Baker Gators ries for 154 yards. Jenkins. The extra point attempt
50-6 to grab their 12th consecu- The home team put nine points failed.,
tive win in Friday night's regional on the scoreboard in the first quar- The Tigers then took back the
semifinals in Blountstown. ter, with a pass from Cory Cox to field as Jonathan Locket scored
The visiting team scored on Jonathan Lockhart, an extra point on a kick by David Beck. King
a pass in the second quarter but kick by Jared King and a safety kicked the extra point.
the rest of the game belonged to after a rush by Baker's Caleb A pass from Cory Cox to Matt
the Tigers. Jordan led to a 10-yard loss. Vincent resulted in a 20-yard TD.
Tiger Timoth\ Copeland Bakercame backing the second The extra-point attempt failed and
the half ended 13-6.
SS', g When the Tigers returned to
; -sthe field for the third quarter, Tim-
othy Copeland upped the scoring
gap with three touchdowns. Two
of King's three extra-point kicks
A11-i'... 9 weree good.
In the final quarter, the Tigers
wrapped up the night's scoring
with an eight-yard touchdown
run by Jared Lilly followed by a
S-two-point conversion.
.F I The Tigers will host Chipley
this Friday to play for the Re-
-. -gional 1 Class 2B championship
Sat 7:30 p.m. at Bowles Field.
S... .. LEFT A pairof BakerGatorslatch
Son to Tiger quarterback Cory Cox
'- (#10) as he makes a first down.
Z. BELOW: Blountstown's Timothy
A Copeland (#20) keeps an eye on
a Baker opponent as he looks for
;- ,e ; '- .. .. ... a clear path to the goal line.
.. TONY SHOEMAKE PHOTOS


* V .~ S ~ -~ ;..


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Listen to football on WYBT and WPHK. This week..
Listen to Tommy McClellan, Glenn
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vs. Chipley in Blountstown. -i
Air time on K102.7 at
7 p.m. (CT) this Friday, Nov. 17.

The Florida Gators play Western Carolina in
the swamp, air time Saturday at 10:30 p.m.
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Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL NOVEMBER 15, 2006


Liberty County Commission Oct. 3 meeting minutes


Official minutes from the Liberty County
Commission regular meeting Oct. 3, 2006
as recorded by the board secretary
The meeting was called to or-
der 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 Rev. Dan
White.
.The pledge of allegiance was
led by Clerk Robert Hill.
Motion to approve the minutes
of the regular meeting held Sept.
7, public hearing Sept. 11 and


o/a minutes fom te Libety County
Commission specRialmeeting Oct. 13, 200
.as recordedby the boardsecretary
The meeting was called to o0
der by Chairman John T. Sanders
Present were Commissioners L.E
Arnold, Albert. Butcher, Dexte
Barber, Jim Johnson, Clerk Rob
ert Hill, Attorney Shalene Grove
and Deputy Clerk Jena Rogers.
The opening prayer was give
by Commissioner Butcher. Th
Pledge of Allegiance was led b
Johnny Eubanks.
Motion by Butcher, to hav
Tony Arrant prepare a small scal
amendment for Ms. Lollie to se
her land; motion dies for the lac
of a second.
Ryan Tucker from Purvis Gra
presented the 2005 audit.
Michelle Layfield asked the
Board if they would donate som
dirt to be able to build up her lan
to build a Foster Home. Attorney
Grover, told the Board legally the
cannot donate dirt but for non
profit organizations.
Road Superintendent Samm
Hanna recommended Jerome
Lewis for a dump truck driver pos
tioh. Motion by Butcher, second
ed by Barber and carried to hir
Lewis.
Motion by Johnson, second
by Arnold, and carried to change

Minutes from

October 17

special meeting
Official minutes from the Liberty County
Commission specialmeeting Oct. 17 2006
as recordedby the boardasecretary
The meeting was called to or
der by Chairman John T. Sand
ers. Present at the meeting wer
Commissioners Dexter Barber
Albert Butcher, Jim Johnson, L.E
Arnold, Attorney Shalene Grover
Clerk Robert Hill and Deputy Cler
Charla Kearce.
Prayer was led by Commis
sioner Albert Butcher.
Pledge of allegiance was led
by Johnny Eubanks.
Discussion from the Libert
County Health Care Council and
North Florida Medical Cente
and Johnny Eubanks were hear
concerning the Federal Qualified
Health Center Grant for a primary
care center.
Motion to approve the Libert
County Health Department to ap
ply for the FQHC Grant was made
by Arnold. This motion died for thi
lack of a seconded. -
Motion to approved the NortI
Florida Medical Center to apple
for the FQHC Grant was made b
Butcher, seconded by Barber an'
carried.
Motion to adjourn was made
by Butcher, seconded by Barbe
and carried.


public hearing and special meet-
ing held Sept. 25, 2006 was made
by Arnold, seconded by Barber
and carried.
EMS Director, Hilda Pippin
opened bids on one cardiac moni-
tor/defibrillator.
1. One Beat, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
bid $14,800.
2. Medtronic, Redmond, WA
bid $18,256.10.
Motion to award to the low bid-
der One Beat at a cost of $14,800
was made by Johnson, seconded
by Butcher and carried.
Emergency Management Di-
rector, Rhonda Lewis presented


regular meeting from November
7th (Election Day) to November
r- 9th.
s. Motion by Johnson, seconded
3. by Arnold, and carried to advertise
,r for .a licensed water department
'- employee.
.r Clerk Robert Hill discussed with
the Board the Weaver property ad-
n jacent to the Sheriff's Office. Mo-
e tion by Butcher, seconded by At-
y nold, and carried to proceed with
the title search, survey & appraisal
e and then consider purchasing this
e for the county.
II
k Minutes from

y October 27
e special meeting
e O/ic/saminutes from the LibertyConty -
d Commission special meeting Oct. 7, 2200
as recorded by the board secretary
y The meeting was called to or-
- der by Chairman John T. Sanders.
Present were Commissioners L.B.
y Arnold, Albert Butcher, Dexter
e Barber, Jim Johnson, Clerk Rob-
ert Hill, Attorney Shalene Grover
i-
- and Deputy Clerk Jena Rogers.
-e The opening prayer was given
by Commissioner Johnson. The
d Pledge of Allegiance was led by_
Clerk Robert Hill.
Motion to rescind Board ac-
tion of 10-7-06 concerning North
Florida Medical Center's applica-
tion for FQHC Grant was made by
Butcher second by Arnold carried
by Sanders. Barber and Johnson
voted no.
Motion by'Arnold second by
Butcher and carried to have Lib-
r- erty County Health Department
- through Gulf County apply for the
e FQHC Grant.
r, Motion to adjourn by Butcher,
3. second by Barber and carried.


the ODP contract for homeland
security for planning and training
in the amount of $11,318. Motion
to approve the grant contract was
made by Johnson, seconded by
Butcher and carried.
Matt Carpenter with Preble-
Rish Engineers presented the
change order contract with C.W.
Roberts on CR 12 S SCOP proj-
ect PRI #058.066 in the amount of
$523,901.25. Motion to approve
the change order was made by
Barber, seconded by Johnson and
carried.
Ray Barnes discussed the Lib-
erty County Comp Plan with the


Tom Keenan talked to the
Board about signing a Department
of Transportation letter for a Grant
for funds for additional upgrade for
the railroad at Veterans Memorial
Park. Motion by Johnson, sec-
onded by Butcher, and carried to
sign letter.
Bob Parrish asked the board
for permission for a temporary
electrical permit. Board agreed to
issue Parrish the electrical permit.
He also asked about the drainage
problem on his land in the Florida
River Subdivision. Parrish said
he would give a easement to the
county if they would maintain it for
the drainage problem on his prop-
erty. Board agreed to fix Parrish
land erosion.
Chairman Sanders discussed
with the Board about Senior
Management for the department
heads. The Board asked the.
Clerk to. find who is eligible and
how much this would cost to make
it retroactive.
A- contract extension from
Hammond Design Group was pre-
sented to the Board for the 2nd
phase of the restoration of the
Hosford Wesleyan Methodist. Mo-
tion to approve contract extension
was made by Arnold seconded by
Butcher and carried.
Clerk Hill asked for permission
to lease office space at the Veter-
ans Memorial Civic Center to the
Capital Area Community Action
for $200 per month. Motion by
Butcher, seconded by Arnold, and
carried.
Grover asked if she could
amend lease for the Pole Barn
from 30 years to 5 years. Board
agreed for the amendment.
Motion to adjourn by Barber,
seconded by Arnold, and carried.


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Board. He requested that each
commissioner familiarize them-
selves with the comp plan and to
please try to accommodate the
citizens of Liberty County.
Commissioner Albert Butcher
also discussed the Liberty County
Comp Plan. He would like to have
someone with the Department of
Community Affairs come to a work-
shop on Oct. 12, 2006 to discuss
the comp plan with the Board.
Chairman Sanders read a let-
ter from the Department of Com-
munity Affairs that stated that they
do not encourage or discourage,
decisions. Attorney Grover told
the Board that the Liberty County
Comp Plan is in compliance with
the state law.
Marvin Dubert requested a
$1,500 donation to the Liberty
County Health Care Council. Mo-
tion to approve a $1,500 donation
to the Health Care Council was
made by Arnold, seconded by
Butcher, and carried.
Stephen Ford requested ap-
proval for him to attend the 911
conference: Motion to approve
Stephen Ford to attend the 911
conference was made by Barber,
seconded by Butcher and carried.
Motion to approve Stephen
Ford to attend the mosquito con-
trol conference in November was
made by Johnson, seconded by
Arnold and carried.
Carroll Copeland told the Board
that Cindy Walker, has turned in
her resignation and her last day
will by Friday, Oct. 6, 2006. Motion
to accept Cindy Walker's resigna-
tion with the Grants Department
was made by Barber, seconded
by Butcher and carried. ,
Motion to hire Katie Phillips as
a grants case manager and trans-
fer her from Juvenile Justice was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Barber and carried.
Sammy Hanna presented the
Forest Service Road Agreement
that does not include FH-13. Mo-
tion to approve the Forest Service
Road agreement contingent upon
the county attorney approval was
made by Johnson, seconded by
Arnold and carried.
Motion to leave the speed
bumps on Joe Shuler Road was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Barber and carried by Johnson.
Arnold and Sanders voted against


the motion.
Johnson made a motion to re-
move the speed bumps on Joe
Shuler Road, this motion died for
the lack of a seconded.
The Board told Sammy Hanna
to contact the county engineers to
have a look at the drainage prob-
lem on 8th Street in Sumatra.
Motion to re-advertise for a me-
chanic was made by Butcher, sec-
onded by Barber and carried.
Motion to hire Bradley Bryant
upon Road Supervisor, Sammy
Hanna's recommendation as a
truck driver with the Road Depart-
ment was made by Johnson, sec-
onded by Butcher and carried.
Sammy Hanna will have more
recommendations for hiring at the
Special Meeting on Oct. 12.
Motion to approve the tempo-
rary closing of Highway 20 and 12
for the Liberty County High School
homecoming parade on Oct.12 at
1:15 p.m. was made by Johnson,
seconded by Butcher and carried.
Motion to temporarily close
County Road 65 South from the
intersection of Highway 20 to Blue
Creek Road on Saturday, Oct. 28,
from 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m. for the fall
festival parade contingent upon
state approval was made by John-
son, seconded by Barber and car-
ried.
Motion to approve amend-
ment on the Wesleyan Methodist
Church Grant for Jim Parrish in the
amount of $7,500 on the $350,000
grant was made by Arnold, sec-
onded by Barber and carried.
Motion to approve the 2005 E.
and I. for the Liberty County Tax
Collector was made by Johnson,
seconded by Barber and carried.
The County Attorney will check
on the progress of the Health De-
partment audit.
Motion to rent the Civic Cen-
ter to Reverend Philip May to hold
church services on Sunday and
Wednesday at $200 per week, no
charge for Wednesday nights was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Johnson and carried.
Motion to pay the bills was
made by Arnold, seconded by
Barber and carried.
Motion to adjourn was made by
Butcher, seconded by Barber and
carried.
Robert Hill, Clerk of Court
John T. Sanders, Chairman


Oct. 13 special meeting minutes


from the Liberty Co. Commission


.- -.




CLOSED
in observance of Thanksgiving Day,.


2 The Liberty County Land- \

fill will be closed Thursday,

Nov. 23 through Sunday, Nov.
26 in observance of Thanks-

/) giving.
^A4 Recycling for Thursday, -

Nov. 23 will be picked up

a IVMonday, Nov. 27.


Have a Happy .

Thanksgiving!


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NOVEMBER 15, 2006 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17


Minutes from the October 1 meeting of the City of Bristol


Official minutes from the
City of Bristol meeting Oct. 9, 2006
as recorded by the board secretary
The meeting was called to order
by Chairman Brigham Shuler with


Uf lmml


*10 acres and manufac-
tured I SOLD Porter
Grade F_ ,,900
*4 plus acres on Conyers
Road owner is anxious
and says to sell it! $40,000
*Almost 6 acres located off
of CR 379 in Bristol. High
and dry and ready for your
home! $60,000
eAdditional acreage avail-
able in Bristol on Revell
Farm Loop Road call for
details. .-
*Nice three bedroom home
located on Clark Street
in Ho-fr r'" NNG
CONT RCT pN INts
uuen completely remod-
eled. Dead-end street and
priced right at $125,000
*42.9 acres of prime hunt-_
ing land or possible sub-
division located off of Old
Bristol Road $375,000
19204 NW STATE


councilmen Newton Walden, Elmo
Ford, John Fairchild, Attorney Da-
vid House and Clerk Robin Hatcher
present.





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*For the college student
or individual that is tired of
commuting, two bedroom,
two bath town home locat-
ed off Park Avenue in Talla-
hassee. Close to malls and
universities. 140 Park Brook
Circle. $115,000 Owner is
very motivated.
*If you're looking for a
manufactured home that is
reasonably priced look no
further than 2536 Tiny Leaf
Road in Leon County. Home
is located on .46 acres and
has three bedrooms, two
baths. 1,104 square feet and
priced at $79,900. Owner
says bring an offer!
S2 lots in Neal subdivision
on Third St. ready for your
manufactured home or site
built home. Each lot is ap-
proximately .32 acres +/-.
Owner says bring an offer!
RD. 12 IN BRISTOL


For further information contact:
Broker: Jack (Hal) Summers, Jr.
Phone: 850-643-5115


Clerk Hatcher offered the open-
ing prayer followed by the pledge of
allegiance led by Shuler.
Fairchild moved to approve the
previous month's minutes, second-
ed by Walden, all voted in favor.
Walden moved to approve the
monthly bills for payment, second-
ed by Fairchild, carried by all.
At 6:35 p.m. Shuler re-opened
the Site Plan Hearing for reconsid-
eration of the Karey Gautier/Karlene
Revell Conditional Use Site Plan
Application. Additional comments
were received by Cloyce Rankin,
Neil Howell, Shelia Howell, and Jef-
frey Sewell. After some discussion,
Fairchild moved to approve the
site plan application with specific
conditions as established in the
final development order, seconded
by Walden, motion carried 3:1 with
Ford voting nay. Shuler closed the
site plan hearing at 7:08 p.m.
Walden moved to approve the
development permit application
submitted by Jamie Clay for new
construction for continuation of an
existing auto repair use with the
following condition: There will be
no on street parking or storage of
vehicles on either side of the road


by the owner. Ford seconded the
motion, all voted in favor.
Shuler appointed Mayor Ellen
Lewis to serve as the City's rep-
resentative on the Liberty County
Health Care Council with the ap-
proval of all city council members.
Chairman Shuler told the coun-
cil that he would contact the city's
engineer to see if they can locate
a sidewalk safety grant/handicap
monies to assist with building a
sidewalk along a portion of Pea
Ridge Road to assist Buddy Morris
who is legally blind, no longer able
to drive, and walks that route on
a regular basis. Shuler will report
back to the council at a later date.
Fairchild moved to approve ad-
vertising for bids for the Cleanings
and Inspections/Certification of the
100,000 gallon concrete ground
storage tank, the 2,500 gallon
-hydro-pneumatic storage tank and
the 3,500 gallon hydro-pneumatic
storage tank, seconded by Walden,
carried by all.
Walden moved to approve spon-
soring a $50 block on the Liberty
County High School Homecoming
page. Motion died for lack of a
second.


Walden motioned to approve
Resolution #2006-13, A resolution
of the city Council of the City of
Bristol, Florida, authorizing the ne-
gotiation of a loan in an aggregate
amount not to exceed $1,732,000
from the Florida Rural Utility Fi-
nancing Commission to finance a
portion of the cost of improvements
to the City of Bristol's Wastewater
System; and providing certain other
matters in connection therewith.
Fairchild seconded the motion, all
voted in favor.
After some discussion by Shuler
regarding the placement of street
signs to mark the incorporated
limits of the City of Bristol, Walden
moved to approve purchasing the
necessary signs to mark the City
limits on all of the roads coming
into and out of the city limits, sec-
onded by Fairchild, unanimously
approved.
There being no further business,
Fairchild moved to adjourn, sec-
onded by Ford, all voted in favor.

Meeting adjourned at 7:28 p.m.

Chairman Brigham S. Shuler
City Clerk Robin M. Hatcher


City of Bristol October 30


special meeting minutes


Official minutes from the City of
Bristol special meeting Oct. 30, 2006
as recorded by the board secretary
The special meeting was called
for the purpose of reviewing interim
financing commitment letters which
were obtained for the purpose
of securing interim financing for
construction'of phase II of the City
of Bristol's central sewer collection
system.
Chairman Brigham Shuler called
the meeting to order at 6:45 p.m.
with councilmen Newton Walden,
Elmo Ford, John Fairchild and
Clerk Robin Hatcher present.
Larry Strickland, Maintenance
Supervisor offered the opening
prayer, followed by the pledge of
allegiance led by Shuler.
The council carefully reviewed
commitments letters received from
the following financial institutions:
*Superior Bank of Bristol


*Wakulla Bank of Bristol
*SunTrust Bank of Pensacola
*Hancock Bank of Dothan
After some discussion, Fairchild
moved to accept the commitment
letter submitted by Wakulla Bank
as the best proposal for the City of
Bristol because
1) Convenience of their locality
2) Simple terms, unsecured loan
with no lien on the water and sewer
revenues of the city
3) Prefer that the City draw the
funds as they are needed as op-
posed to "fully funded up front"
4) Wakulla Bank was very re-
sponsive in providing a good rate
for the City and
5) Wakulla Bank gives to our
community, is an active customer
on our sewer system, and we col-
lect ad valorem taxes, etc. as a re-
sult of them being in our community.


Walden seconded the motion, all
voted in favor.
By general consensus, the
council adopted a new policy which
requires that all payment arrange-
ments on past due accounts that
extend beyond 30 days must be
brought before the City Council at
a public meeting for approval by the
council and a documented payment
agreement must be executed by the
account holder, the Council Chair-
man and the City Clerk. Failure to
obtain approval of the council will
result in termination of services un-
til such time as approval is granted
or the delinquent balance is pad
in full.
There being no further business,
Walden motioned to adjourn, sec-
onded by Ford, all voted in favor.
Meeting adjourned at 7:35
p.m.


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Fire safety is likely not a regular
topic of discussion around most
households. In fact, fire safety,
while important, is more the type-.
of thing one tends to forget as days
turn into months, and months turn
into years.
But just because you remember
ensuring your home was safe from
fire way back when, that doesn't
mean it is today. Homes are
particularly prone to fire during the
winter season, when extra lights
are strewn about the house, outlets
are pushed to the limit, and space
heaters may be used. To make
sure your house doesn't end up
ablaze, consider the following easy
precautions.
*Check and install multiple
smokealarms. Smokealarms should
not just be placed in bedrooms and
-other rooms you spend ample time
in, such as the kitchen and family
room. Place smoke alarms in
hallways just outside these rooms
as well. In the case of a smoke
alarm battery dying in a bedroom,
I.Joie 'aiam-in thet nearby .hallwaY.,


should be enough to alert anyone
sleeping of a fire.
*Don't remove batteries. Many
people, when the batteries in the
remote control iun out, replace
-those dead batteries with the ones
from their smoke alarms, figuring
they'll replace them soon enough.
Oftentimes, however, people
forget, rendering the smoke alarms
useless. While a working remote
control is great, a functioning
smoke alarm is far better. To avoid
having to make a decision, always
keep extra batteries on hand just in
case.
*Don't smoke in bed. Countless
home fires have been caused by
people who smoke in bed and fall
asleep while their cigarettes are
still burning. The dangers of this
are two-fold, in that you're greatly
increasing the chances of a home
fire while also ensuring that should
such a fire occur, you'll be close to
its epicenter, greatly limiting your
available escape routes.
*Keep combustible, materials
,away,,, from,, .heat soUr'e^i,Old


newspapers or magazines as well
as kitchen towels should be stored
away from burners, ovens and
other common household sources
of heat such as candles.
*Don't overload electrical
circuits. Electrical fires are often
caused by overtaxed outlets
that simply have too much
responsibility. Use surge protectors
wherever possible, and consider
using batteries for items such as
alarm clocks on overcrowded
outlets.
*Keep certain materials away
from you know who. Kids are
curious by nature, so avoid leaving
matches or lighters around. Make
sure these items are stored on
-high shelves, out of the reach of
children.
*Consider your wardrobe when
cooking. Loose fitting clothing that
hangs off your body is more likely
to catch a stray flame if you're not
paying attention. When cooking,
try and wear tight or snug shirts,
or .short sleeves that don't hang
loose. '. ,.


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'Page 18 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL NOVEMBER 15,2006


OCTOBER KIDS OF CHARACTER Principal Ronnie Hand proudly announces
Altha School's Kids of Character for the month of October: (front row) Summer Turner,
Audra Chason, Dylan Adkins, Stetson Branch, Cain Smith, Joshua Bramblett, (back
row) Ceairra Capps, RJ. Iler, Brenden Dew, Katie Cox, Collin Mears, Kolby Gilhousen,
Hayden White and Claire Price. ALTHA SCHOOL PHOTO


Menu announced for Cat's Cuisine meal
The Cats' Cuisine menu for Thursday, Nov. 16 will be as follows:
garden salad with ranch dressing, turkey with cranberry stuffing,
cranberry relish, sweet potato souffl6, steamed broccoli, croissants,
and pecan pie.
Seating times will be 11:40 a.m.,' 12 p.m., and 12:30 p.m.
For more information, call the school at 762-3121.


ALTHA SCHOOL
Calendar of Events I
Thursday, Nov. 16
Girls Basketball at R.F.
Munroe 4 p.m.; Varsity
Boys Basketball Tip-off
Tournament at BHS; Cats'
Cuisine
Monday, Nov. 20 thru
Wednesday, Nov. 22 -
Fall Break
Thursday, Nov. 23
q nd Friday, Nov. 24 |
.Th nksgivki Mjodays
A ^ -ri ^*::-. 4*


Victory Christian

Academy honor

roll announced
Victory Christian Academy of
Sneads is proud to announce its
honor roll for the first quarter. They
are as follows:
A HONOR ROLL
Alex Robinson, Antwon Harris,
Ashley DiSalvo, Ashley Thomas,
Blake Edenfield, Bradley Clark,
Briana Knight, Briana Young,
Brigham Shuler, Cade Hall, Ce-
line Madrid, Danae' Williams,
Deborah Tahaves, Emily Cloud,
Equasha Colley, Gavin Cain, Gor-
don Yoder, Hannah Merritt, J.J.
Jacobs, Jacore' Irving, Jennifer
Thompson, Jeremy Brown, Joshua
Thomas, Justin Timmons, Kayla
Hough, Kayla McKinnie, Keyo-
nia Sanders, Kristen Miller, Logan
McKinnie, Lyrick Barnes, Michael
Childress, Nichole Weeks, Sa-
brina Aikens, Sara Jacobs, Savan-
nah Thompson, Sierra Harrison,
Steven Miller, Thomas Harrison,
Trevor Bontrager, Vicki HayHurst,
Zachary Morris.
B HONOR ROLL
Carlon Dilmore, Shanice Gal-
vin, Malik Moneyham, Brittany
Baxter, Jonathan Boyd, Sean Perry,
Troy Rackley, April Rackley.


In 1909, the U.S. became the
twelfth country in the world to
embrace the British Boy Scout
movement and establish a
coutinl ,program.


] SCHOOL MENU
I Calhoun & Liberty
County Schools
Nov.16-Nov.22,2006
A variety of fruits and
vegetables or fruit juice and a
choice of lowfat or whole milk
served with all meals.

BREAKFAST IS THE SAME
FOR BOTH COUNTIES.
BREAKFAST

THURSDAY
Breakfast Brown sugar and cin-
namon oatmeal, sausage, hash
brown patties.

FRIDAY
Breakfast Pancakes/eggs, po-
tato JoJo's.

Elementary
(Pre-K thru 5th)

THURSDAY
'Thanksgiving dinner
Lunch: Roast Turkey with gravy,
rolls, cornbread dressing, green
beans, cranberry sauce, apple
crisp. ALTERNATE: Fish sticks.

FRIDAY
ILunch: Cheese or pepperoni
pizza, carrots, chilled fruit.





NO SCHOOL
I Nov.20 thru Nov.24 I
Fall Break/
Thanksgiving
Holiday
All menus are subject to change
SPONSORED BY:
I Laban Bontrager, DMD
I Bristol, Phone 643-5417


Candy sale fundraiser begins
TIGERS INTERNATIONAL
by Melissa Howland
Tigers International is having a candy sale to raise money for
more culture-enrichment activities such as the annual trip to St.
Augustine. Members are selling fruit snacks and rock candy for $1
each, and lollipops for 50 cents each.
FBLA
by Meagan Benton
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) went to the fall rally
in November. Nic Tomlison was voted in as Vice President of-the
district office. The Quiz Bowl Team, which included Holly Jeppson,
Kori Edwarrd, Justin Godwin, and Jessica Bontrager, received sec-
onfd place. Thank you for proudly representing Blountstown High
School in the fall rally, we are proud of you!
FYI
by Melissa Ellis
*Juniors are to take the ASVAB Thursday, Nov. 16.
*Scholarship information is available in the Guidance office.
*Senior Trip deposit Dec. 6. Do not forget!
*Fall Break is the Nov. 20 thru Nov. 24, school will resume
Nov. 27.


Guardian ad Litem VOLUNTEERS

...are powerful voices in the lives of
abused and neglected children in
our community. -Join us and speak up for,a
child! Call the Guardian ad Litem Program at
(850) 482-9127. or (850) 638-6043..
.I > i > .i 1 ;.'1 I J il iF i.., i ',1


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IL .1..''I


Come in and see our Arthur Court Tiger Trivet & Alligator Tray!

Elegant serveware and decorative

accessories inspired by nature by

Arthur Court Designs .


LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS!


THE DIAMOND CORNERg
20634 E. Central in Blountstown PHONE 674-8801 "Fine Jewelry & Gifts" i-
.......Open.9 a.m.- 5.p.rm. ..CUSTOM.FRAMING.*.LAYAWAYS. JEWELRY REPAIR *- .
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Bronson urges consumers to check out charities prior


from the Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services
TALLAHASSEE Florida
Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is reminding people
to check out charities before
donating as the holiday season
approaches. Consumers should
take time to investigate how a
charity spends its money so they
know their donations are being
spent prudently. The holiday
season kicks off one of the busi-


est times of the year for chari-
table organizations, many col-
lecting about half their annual
donations between Thanksgiv-
ing and New Year's Day.
"The number of charities and
professional solicitors located
or doing business in Florida
continues to rise every year,
with more than 11,600 regis-
tered with the Department in
2006," Bronson said. "With so
many organizations vying for
consumers' money, it's impor-


tant that consumers make sure a
charity is following the law and
is benefiting those in need."
Florida law requires most
charities to register with the De-
partment and provide financial
information about income and
expenditures. Charities must
disclose how much they have
raised, how much is spent on
administrative costs including
salaries, how much goes toward
fundraising and the amount that
actually is spent on the charita-


ble purpose. The United States
Supreme Court has ruled that
federal and state governments
cannot dictate how much a char-
ity spends on the actual chari-
table purpose. However, the
Department's Division of Con-
sumer Services makes available
to the public the financial infor-
mation so consumers can make
educated decisions about where
to contribute.
"People can find out whether
a charity is properly registered
or properly exempt from reg-
istration, and they can also get
a lot of information about how
a registered charity does busi-
ness," Bronson said.
Bronson provided the fol-
lowing tips to consider when
deciding whether to donate to
an organization:
*Don't judg-e an organization
based on an impressive-sound-
ing name. Find out what it ac-
tually does.
*Be wary of emotional ap-
peals and organizations that
have only vague plans for spend-
ing the funds they collect.
*Never give cash. Write a
check payable only to an orga-
nization-not an individual.
*Be wary of organizations
that offer to send a "runner" to


to donating
pick up your donation. Reputa-
ble charities are willing to wait
for your contribution.
*Consumers have the right
to ask for an organization's fi-
nancial report and its federal
tax identification number, the
latter of which you'll need to
claim your contribution as a tax
deduction.
*Do not- donate over the
phone.
*Ask the organization to send
you written information about
its activities.
*If an organization is not
registered, contact the Depart-
ment.
Up-to-date information on
charities is available by visit-
ing the Division of Consumer
Services web site at http://
www.800helpfla.com and click-
ing on Gift Givers' Guide in the
left-hand column. Consumers
can obtain the same informa-
tion by calling the Consumer
Hotline at 1-800-HELPFLA
(1-800-435-7352) or 1-800-FL-
AYUDA (1-800-352-9832) for
Spanish-speaking consumers.
People who have additional
questions about charitable or-
ganizations or want to report an
unregistered charity should call
the Department's hotline.


Ramsey to play in All-Star Game
Dayna Ramsey, senior vol-
leyball player at Liberty County
High School, has been chosen to
represent the region at the Flori-
da Athletic Coaches Association
(FACA) All-Star Game. The
game will be held in Gainesville '
on Nov. 18. The best players
from all over the State will par-
ticipate in this match.
Dayna was selected to repre-





cause of her exemplary play dur-
ing the 2006 volleyball season.
She recorded 312 kills, 160 blocks, 99 aces, 99 digs, and 252 service
points.
Dayna is the daughter of Rhonda and Jerry Lewis of Bristol and
the late Marshall Ramsey.
A special thanks to Thomas Flowers with Forgotten Coast Mort-
gage who graciously agreed to sponsor Dayna's trip to Gainesville.


First grade honor roll announced
The W.R. Tolar K-8 School inadvertently left off the first grade
"A" honor roll. They are as follows: Amberlyn Adams, Kealoha
Cutright, Kerrie Edwards, Marlon Black, Montana Flowers, Bailey
Camp, Dylah Goff, Makenzie Cotrell, Krystal Larson, Rebekah Lee,
. Vontarius McCray, Caylob Melton, Shamon Mosley, Vontris Pierre,
Kirsten Simpson, Haylin Womble.





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1~J P -


Gulf Coast
Aggregates
...seeking individual
for full-time
Equipment Operator.
Health benefits available.

Please call
(850) 697-4669.

$2,000 Sign-on Bonus
RN SUPERVISOR
7 p.m. to 7 a.m.

$1,500 Sign-on Bonus
CNAs All shifts
ALSO HIRING:
*RN weekend House
Supervisor-- Day Shift
-Housekeepers
-Floor Techs
*Dietary Aids *Cooks

Competitive salary
& benefit package
Apply in person at:
Parthenon Healthcare
of Blountstown, 17884 NE
Crozier St., Blountstown,
FL or ball Marie Marshall,
RN, Staff Developer
at 674-5464, for
more information

CALHOUN.
LIBERTY-
HOSPITAL
VACANCY

HOSPITAL CLINIC
Nurse Practitioner

Calhoun Liberty Hospital
is looking for an experi-
enced Nurse Practitioner.

REQUIREMENTS: Must
have Florida license and
at least 1-year experi-
ence.

Hours: Monday-Friday:
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Competitive salary and
benefits commensurate
with experience.

Submit applications to:
CALHOUN-LIBERTY
HOSPITAL
Attn: Lynn 'Pitts
20370 NE Burns Ave.,
Blountstown, FL 32424
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER/DRUG-FREE
,WORKPLACE


uh Paint Works


Painting & Pressure Washing
It's cheaper to paint
than to repair
WANTED: Painter, experience needed

Call John Wayne Couch at
674-2606 or 557-9471 (cell)
35 years.' experience
SInterior Exterior Commercial Residential


FAMILY DOLLAR
Marianna Florida Distribution Center

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN NEEDED.
Preferred candidate will possess the following:
1-2 years Industrial Maintenance experience with
Technical Certificate/Degree or 3+ years experience
in Industrial Maintenance for equipment and facilities.
Experience with electrical and mechanical controls
and pneumatics, hydraulics, welding, plumbing,
etc...in manufacturing or distribution environment.
Resume required.

Please apply in person at:
Family Dollar Distribution Center
3949 Family Dollar Parkway, Marianna, Florida 32448
or the One Stope Career Center in Marianna
FAMILY DOLLAR IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
FAMILY DOLLAR MAINTAINS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE.


JOB OPENING
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting
applications for the following position for the 2006-2007
school year. Applications are available at the Office of the
Superintendent located at 12926 NW CR 12, Bristol, FL.
Office hours are from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday.

DATA ENTRY OPERATOR -
BRISTOL YOUTH ACADEMY

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
* High school diploma or equivalent
* Satisfactory experience in data entry operations or
completion of data entry or word processing classes
* Must provide written references upon request from the
Superintendent

COMPENSATION: Salary range $19,282 $27,367

A complete application and resume listing three (3)
professional' references is required. Please submit
application to the Office of the Superintendent of Schools
located in the Liberty Education and Administration
Center at 12926 NW CR 12 Bristol, FL. Reasonable
accommodations for completing forms and interviews
are available for people with disabilities when
requested in advance. For a request for reasonable
accommodations, please contact the Office of the
Superintendent.
Applications will be received from:
Nov.3--Nov. 17,2006

Employment /wlllbe con/kz 1,&7/ upo V fk1;erpr/b/s bei/X
c/earedby FDLE .
ONLY CURRENT APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion,
sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLQYER DRUG-FREE i'ORKPE&AE -


I


Big Bend Hospice, the leader
in compassionate care to
individuals with life-limiting
illnesses, has the following
f I position available on
,- our care team...
ON-CALL NURSE PRN
On-call Nurse for home patient care in Gadsden and
Liberty counties. Current Florida license as RN/LPN
required. Plus 2-3 years med-surgery experience pre-
ferred.
GREAT BENEFIT PACKAGE!
Interested candidates can apply in person at:
1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
or by faxing a resume to (850) 575-6814 or
apply on-line at www.bigbendhospice.org
11-15T.126


CALHOUN LIBERTY
HOSPITAL VACANCIES
NURSING DEPARTMENT
Medical Telemetry Unit
RN (4 positions) 7 on and 7 off
one day shift, two evening shifts & one night shift
LPN (3 positions) 7 on and 7 off
one evening shift, two night shifts
Emergency Department
LPN (1 position) 7 on and 7 off, evening shift

RN QUALIFICATIONS: Current CPR certification, cur-
rent licensure with state of Florida.
LPN QUALIFICATIONS: Current CPR certification, IVT
certification, current licensure with state of Florida.

Effective Jan. 1, 2007, Calhoun Liberty Hospital will be
offering the following benefits: Blue Cross Blue Shield
Health Insurance; Guardian Dental, Vision and Life In-
surance; Colonial Supplemental Benefits.

Submit applications to:
CALHOUN-LIBERTY HOSPITAL
Attn: Lynn Pitts, HR
20370 NE Burns Ave., Blountstown, FL 32424
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
11.8.11-15


CHIPOLA COLLEGE
...is now accepting applications for

Educator Preparation Institute
Special/Elementary Education Coordinator

This is a part-time, grant-funded position. Continued em-
ployment beyond June 30, 2007 is contingent upon grant
funding.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in Elemen-
tary Education or Special Education and three years teach-
ing experience K-12 required; some computer skills and
excellent communications preferred.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Development of course
curriculum in elementary education and exceptional student
education, orientation and follow up with students enrolled
in the EPI, coordination with teacher certification offices
and teaching of courses in elementary education and ESE,
and other duties as assigned. Work hours are flexible within
program guidelines.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application,
completed Chipola College employment application (avail-
able from Human Resources), resume, list of references
with current addresses and telephone numbers, and copies
of college transcripts to: Chipola College, Human Resourc-
es, 3094 Indiani Circle, Marianna, FL 32446.
.m.~, ... A -UAL. 1 P )1TUNITY EMPLOYER ,. .2' "'.


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NOVEMBER 15,2006 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 21


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEC- theNortheastQuarter;thenceSouth89 7 West and on the West of Highway
OND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR degrees 51 minutes 08 seconds East, #12 and run Southeast along the IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOFTHE SEC-
LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA along said north boundary, 184.72feet West side of right of way 464 feet to IN THE CIALRCUIT CUIRITIN AND FOR
to the Point of Beginning, containing a S.R.D. concrete monument; thence OND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CASE NO. 06-169-CA 9.05 acres more or less. North Westerly along Road right of LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA
way 155 feet; thence West 100 feet
RONALD CANTEY, WARREN Above described lands being in the for point of beginning; thence West FILENO. 06-195-CA
CANTEY and SECAN DEVELOPMENT Southeast Quarter of Northeast 50 feet; thence South parallel to road
INC., a Florida corporation Quarter of Section 23, Township 2 100 feet; thence East 50 feet; thence DEBBIE BROWN and ELOISE WRIGHT
North, Range 7 West, Liberty County, North to Point of Beginning. n
ffitP 0


Plaintiffs,

vs.

JOHN M. SPEIGHT, MYERS MCCRAY,
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES HAVING
OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT,
TITLE OR INTEREST INTHE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN THIS COMPLAINT,

Defendants.
/


NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES HAVING
OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT,
TITLE OR INTEREST INTHE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN THIS COMPLAINT:

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet
title to the following property in Liberty
County, Florida:


PARCEL 1

A 186.95 acre tract of land situate, ly-
ing and being in Section 23, Township
2 North and Range 7 West, Liberty
County, Florida and being more par-
ticularly described as follows:

The North 1/2 of the NW 1/4, also the
West 1/2 of the NE 1/4, also the SE 1/4
of NE 1/4, less 4 acres to C.O. Bateman
in Section 23,Township 2 North, Range
7 West, and less 9.05 acres to Secan
Development Inc., as recorded in Book
72, Page 75, of the Public Records of
Liberty County, Florida

Liberty County Parcel ID: 023-2N-7W-
01041-000

PARCEL 2

A parcel of tract of land, lying and being
a part of lands described in Official Re-
cords Book 60, page 381 of the Public
Records for Liberty County, Florida,
having been surveyed by John T. Clark
III (Registered Land Surveyor #3256)
Dec. 27, 1991 and more particularly
described as follows:

Commence at a concrete monument
(blank) markingthe northeast cornerof
Section 23, Township 2 North, Range
7 West, Liberty County, Florida, and
proceed; thence South 03 degrees 30
minutes 30 seconds East, along the
eastern boundary of said Section 23, a
distance of 1324.36 feet to an iron bar
and cap (RLS 3266) marking the north-
eastcornerofthe SoutheastQuarterof
the Northeast Quarter of said Section
23 and being the Point of Beginning.
From said Point of Beginning, thence
continue South 03 degrees 30 minutes
30 seconds East, along said eastern
boundary, 1076.13 feet to an iron bar
and cap (RLS 3266) marking the north-
east corner of Wallace R. Bateman's 4
acres as described in Deed Book 31,
page 387 of the Public Records forsaid
county; thence South 89 degrees 06
minutes 30 seconds West, along the
north boundary of said 4 acres and
a fence, 631.65 feet to the northwest
corner of said 4 acres and'the east
right of way boundary of a 100 foot
wide roadway known as County Road
No. 270; thence North 27 degrees 10
minutes 20 seconds East, along said
east right of way boundary, 340.54
feet to a concrete monument (SRD)
for a point of curve, to.the left; thence
Northerly, along said east right of way
boundary and said curve having a ra-
dius of 1959.42 feet through a central
angle of 17 degrees 25 minutes 12
seconds, for an are distance of 595.74
feet (chord being North 18 degrees
27 minutes 44 seconds East 593.44
feet) to a concrete monument (SRD)
for a point of tangent; thence North
09 degrees 45 minutes 08 seconds
East, along said eastern right of way
boundary, 221.77 feet to a concrete
monument (RLS 3266) on the north
boundary of said Southeast Quarter of.'


Florida.

Liberty County Parcel ID: 023-2N-7W-
P1041-001

has been filed againstyou.You are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it on Kimberly L. King, Plaintiffs'
attorney, whose address is Hayward &
Grant, PA., 2121-G Killarney Way, Talla-
hassee, FL 32309, within 30 days after the
first publication of this notice, and file the
original with the clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintiffs' attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.

Dated Oct. 10, 2006.

Hon. Robert Hill as Clerk of the Court for
Liberty County, FL


By Vanell Summers as Deputy Clerk
10-25T.11.15





IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
LIBERTY COUNTY

CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO. 06-137-CA

WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK FA,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO HOME-
SIDE LENDING,

Plaintiff,

vs.

JUDY HALL A/K/A JUDY E. HALL, A/K/
A, JUDY E. ISRAEL, A/K/A JUDY ISRA-
EL HALL, et al,

Defendants.
/

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
the 2nd day of November, 2006, and
entered in Case No. 06-137-CA, of the
Circuit Court of the 2nd Judicial Circuit in
and for Liberty County, Florida, wherein
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK FA,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO HOME-
SIDE LENDING is the Plaintiff and JUDY
HALL A/K/A JUDY E. HALL, A/K/A, JUDY
E. ISRAEL, A/K/A JUDY ISRAEL HALL;
NORMAN HALL; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF JUDY HALL A/K/A JUDY E. HALL,
A/K/A, JUDY E. ISRAEL, A/K/A JUDY IS-
RAEL HALL; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSES-
SION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
are defendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the FRONT
DOOR OF COURTHOUSE at the Lib-
erty County Courthouse, in BRISTOL,
Florida, at 11 a.m. on the 28th day of
November, 2006, the following described.
property as set forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:

Parcel I:
Begin at the intersection of the North
line of the middle 1/3 Section line of
Section 7, Township 1 South, Range
7 West and the West side of Hwy. 12
and run Southeast along the West
side of right of way a distance of 464
feet to a S.R.D. Concrete monument;
thence North Westerly along Road
right of way 155 feet for P.O.B./thence
run North along Road right of way 100
feet; thence West 100 feet; thence in
a Southerly direction paralleled to
right of way 100 feet to P.O.B.

Parcel II:
Begin at the intersection of the North
line of the Middle 1/3 Section line of
, Setion ,7, Township 1 South, Range


ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.

Dated this 3rd day of November, 2006.

Robert Hill, Clerk of the Circuit Court
by: Vanell Summers, Deputy Clerk

Submitted by:
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson,
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, FL 3309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facisimile (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 u.. -15




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
LIBERTY COUNTY

CASE NO. 06-69-CA

Green Tree Servicing LLC, as authorized
servicing agent for Security Pacific Fi-
nancial Services, a division of Bank of
America, FSB,

Plaintiff,

Frances A. Kilby, IF LIVING, AND IF
DECEASED, HER UNKNOWN SPOUS-
ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST HER; JOHN DOE
and JANE DOE AND ANY OTHER
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY WHOSE
REAL NAMES ARE UNCERTAIN,

Defendants.
I


NOTICE OF SALE


Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to an order or a final judgment of fore-
closure entered in the above-captioned
action, I will sell the property situated in'
LIBERTY County, Florida, described as:

Commence at a point where the East
boundary line of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of
Section 33, Township 2 South, Range
8 West intersects the East Boundary
line of St. Rd. #SR 333, and run South
230 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Thence continue to run. South 150
feet, thence run West 180 feet more
or less to the East Boundary line of
SR # 333; thence run Northeasterly
along said road boundary 180 feet,
thence run East 130 feet to the Point
of Beginning. Containing .53 acres
more or less.

Including the following manufactured
Home:

1993 Peach State 2609, 54x24, serial
Numbers: PSHGA14033A & PSH-
GA14033B at public sale, to the high-
est and best bidder for cash, at the
front entrance of the Liberty County
Courthouse, 10818 NW State Road
20, Bristol, Florida at 11 a.m. on Nov.
28, 2006. Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner as
of the date of the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within 60 days after the
sale.

Dated this 3rd day of November, 2006.

Robert Hill, Clerk of the Court
by: Vanell Summers, as Deputy Clerk

Schuyler, Stewart, Smith
Chad A. Dean, Esq.
118 West Adams St. #800
Jacksonville, FL 32202
S(904). 353-6884,r 1, V 1M,~a i S


VS.

The Heirs at Law and beneficiaries of J.B.
WHITE, if living, or if deceased, their heirs,
beneficiaries and lineal descendants,

Defendants.



NOTICE OF ACTION

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
partition the following property in Liberty
County, Florida:

Commence a SE Corner of Section 24,
thence run 1,290 feet North; thence 850
feetWestto Pointof Beginning, thence 470
feet West, thence 210 feet South, thence
470 feet East, thence 210 feet North to the
Point of Beginning, less 50x100 deeded
to John Langston. Less 20 foot easement
across property from North to South used
by property owners only. In Section 24,
Township 5 South, Range 8 West.

has been filed against you and you are


required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on J. David House,
plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 16865
SE River Street, Blountstown, FL 32424,
on or before Dec. 20, 2006 and file the
original with the clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.

Dated this 13th day of November, 2006.

Robert Hill, Clerk of the Court
Vanell Summers, Deputy Clerk .s.26



PUBLIC AUCTION
Bristol 66 Towing and Recovery will
hold a Public Auction on Nov. 28, 2006
at 1 p.m. (ET).
1994 Mazda 626 DX/LX, 4-door, white
Vin# 1YVGE22C6R5180114
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 11-15-06
If you need any more information on the
above vehicle, please call (850) 643-2522
or 228-9555 ask for Dale.

There are two means of
refuge from the miseries of
life: music and cats.
-ALBERT SCHWEITZER


Roofing


Roofing
TA 0508-4

Bonifay, Havana & Wewahitchka, Florida

Document 00100

INVITATION FOR BID

Bids for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment and services required for the
Work known as Roofing, Bonifay, Havana Wewahitchka, Florida will-be re-
ceived until 10 a.m. local time on 30 November 2006 at the office of the Hous-
ing Authority (PHA) indicated below. At this time and place all bids received will
be publicly opened and read aloud.

Without force and effect on the Bidding Documents and the proposed contract
Documents, the work required is briefly described as: Partial modernization of
ninety-four (94) Dwelling Units and seven (7) Non-Dwelling Buildings located
on the sites kn6wn as FL 15-5A & FL 15-5B (Bonifay, FL), FL 15-10 (Havana,
FL) and FL 15-13A, FL 15-13A (Elderly) & FL 15-13B (Wewahitchka, FL). The
work consists of re-roofing with asphalt shingles including associated removal
of existing roofing, carpentry, flashing and sheet metal work, and ridge vents.

The work required is fully described in the Bidding Documents consisting of the
Project Manual and the Drawings.

Proposed Contract forms, Drawings and Project Manual are on file in the office
of the PHA and the Architect, TOMBERLIN ASSOCIATES INC., 1145 Hight-
ower Trail, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30350, telephone (770) 552-2040. Bidding
Documents may be obtained by providing a NONREFUNDABLE payment
of $60 per set of Documents to the Architect. No partial sets will be issued.
Checks should be made payable to the Architect and mailed to the above ad-
dress. Information regarding this Project, including a list of the Plan Holders,
can be viewed on the Architect's Web site: www.TomberlinAssociates.com.

Each bid shall include Bid Guarantee in an amount equal to five percent of the
Bid. Provide as certified check or bank draft payable to the PHA; U.S. Govern-
ment Bonds, or as properly executed Bid Bond with surety acceptable to the
PHA. A surety Company executing the Bid Bond must be authorized to trans-
act business in the Project State, and must appear on the most current U.S.
Treasury Department's Circular No. 570. The successful bidder is required to
provide satisfactory Performance and Payment Bonds prior to execution of the
Agreement.

Refer to provisions for equal employment opportunities and payment of not less
than minimum salaries and wages indicated in the Project Manual.

Each bid shall include THE SIGNED ORIGINAL AND TWO CONFORMED
COPIES of the following:
1. A properly executed Bid Form.
2. A properly executed Bid Guarantee.
3. A properly executed Non-Collusive Affidavit.
4. A fully completed Form HUD-5369-A, "Representations, Certifications and
Other Statements of Bidders."

Small businesses and minority firms are urged to submit proposals. Certifica-
tion as a Minority-business Enterprise (or number of partners, shareholders,
employees who are members of minority classification or are women) should
be included in the Bid proposal. Refer to Articles 38, 39 and 40 of The General
Conditions.

The PHA reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive irregularities
and formalities in the bidding. No bids may be withdrawn for a period of sixty
days subsequent to the opening of bids without PHA consent.


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Florida Public Utilities appoints

Northwest General Manager


JEROME DEAN WALLACE
BLOUNTSTOWN Jerome Dean Wallace,
72, died Friday, Nov. 3, 2006 at Bay Medical Cen-
ter in Panama City. He was born in New London,
TX, and had lived in Blountstown for the past
nine years coming from Rockport, TX. He was
a retired salvage driver and was a veteran of the
Korean conflict, serving in the United States Army.
Survivors include two sons, John Milton Wallace
of Altha and William Avery Wallace of Marianna;
one daughter, Linda Beth Wallace Solis of Rockport;
a brother, James Arnold Wallace of Ingleside, TX;
a sister, Patricia Ann Wallace of Houston, TX; six
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Memorial services were held Friday, Nov. 10,
2006.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.

LEROY CLAY
BRISTOL Leroy Clay, 71, died Tuesday, Nov.
7, 2006. He was a native and lifelong resident of
Liberty County. He worked for the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation for 15 years and worked as
a construction layout planner and a surveyor. He
loved the people of Liberty County and he loved
to hunt and fish.
Survivors include his wife of 37 years, Brenda Gail
Clay of Bristol; one brother, George Hill of Panama
City; and many other loving family members.
Services were held Saturday, Nov. 11, 2006 at
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Interment followed in Lake Mystic Cemetery in
Bristol.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may
be made to the Liberty County Senior Citizens or
Liberty County Transit Department, P.O. Box 730,
Bristol, FL 32321.
Bevis Funeral Home in Bristol was in charge of
the arrangements.

IDA CARROLL
HOSFORD Ida Carroll, 65. died Sunday,
Nov. 12, 2006 in Blountstown. She was a longtime
resident of Hosford. a homemaker and a loving wife,
mother and grandmother.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Wil-
burn E. Carroll: her mother and father, Delton Q. and
Nancy E. Cartwright; her siblings, Myri Dickerson,
Corene Rutledge and K.C. Cartwright.
Survivors include three sons, Edward Carroll,
Bruce Dewayne Carroll and wife, Tammy and
George Carroll; a daughter, Shirlene Carroll; three
granddaughters, Tamara Victoria Tomes Rajas,
Sandra Elizabeth Carroll and Shirlene Samantha
Collins; a great-granddaughter; three sisters, Ger-
aldene Dickerson, Addie Lee Carroll and Betty Ruth
Stanley: and many nieces and nephews.
Graveside services are scheduled Wednesday, Nov.
15, 2006 at 11 a.m. (ET) at Hosford Cemetery.
Bevis Funeral Home in Bristol is in charge of the
arrangements..


BONNIE IMOGENE (JEAN)
COLEMAN ESTES BENTON
BRISTOL Bonnie Imogene (Jean) Coleman
Estes Benton, 74, died Friday, Nov. 10, 2006 in
Blountstown. She was a native of Nemans, AR, and
had lived in Bristol since 1994. She leaves behind
a legacy of family who will miss her greatly. God
took our angel home and left a hole in our hearts
forever, amen.
She was preceded in death by her mother and
father, Elmer and Elizabeth Coleman; two sisters,
Jenette Joyner and Lucille Weedman; a grandson,
Christopher Bostick; and a great-grandson, Trevor
Harrison.
Survivors include her husband, Charlie Benton
of Bristol; three daughters, Diane Campbell and
husband, Robert of Geneva, AL, Sandra Bostick and
Naomi Fine, both of Hosford; two sisters, Pat Baker
and Carolyn Cliston and husband, Jimmy; eight
grandchildren, Mindy White and husband, Jimmy,
Chucky Harrison, Ernie Harrison and wife, Stepha-
nie, George Bostick, Randi Davis and husband,
Don, Tracey Lavoie and husband, Michael, Sherrie
Johnson and husband, Chris, and Kimberly Fine;
14 great-grandchildren, Jimmy, Elizabeth Imogene,
Jerry, Brent, Brianna, Taton, Levi, Hailey, Kyle,
Kaci, Cheyenne, Alex, Madyson, Krislyn, Kelby
and Mickynzee; and many nieces and nephews.
Graveside services were held Monday, Nov. 13,
2006 at Sanders Cemetery in Hosford.
Bevis Funeral Home in Bristol was in charge of
the arrangements.

JEANNE THILL
BLOUNTSTOWN Jeanne Thill, 74, died
Sunday, Nov. 12, 2006 at her home. She was born
in Fremont, MI and had lived in Blountstown since
2003 moving to Florida from lonia, MI. She attend-
ed college in Grand Rapids, MI where she received
her diploma as a registered nurse. She worked with
the Department of Corrections in lonia, as a nurse
until her retirement. She was an avid antique col-
lector and of the Catholic faith.
She was preceded in death by a son, Kim Richard
Thill and a daughter, Julie Ann Thill.
Survivors include her husband of 54 years,
Frank Thill of Blountstown; two daughters, Judy
Curtis and husband, Tom of Lowell, MI, and Judy
Jean Pavlak and husband, Bob of Rockford, MI;
two brothers, Ted Bayne of Michigan and Rusty
Bayne of Florida; a sister, Lorraine Sheldon of
Michigan; six grandchildren, Justin Michael Curtis,
Quint Mozjak, Ryan Curtis, Shane, Seth and Sage
Pavlak.
Memorial services are scheduled at 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2006 at River Town Com-
munity Church in Blountstown with Paul Smith
officiating.
Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the ar-
rangements.


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from Florida Public Utilities
WEST PALM BEACH -
Florida Public Utilities (FPU)
has announced the appoint-
ment of Don Myers as Gen-
eral Manager of its Northwest
Florida (NW) Division. Myers
assumed the role of general
manager effective Oct. 2 after
serving as acting general man-
ager since January.
Myers originally joined FPU
as the NW Division's engineer-
ing manager in May 1989 and
had served as operations man-
ager since 1991.
"Don is a dedicated employ-
ee and a real asset to FPU,"
said Chuck Stein, Senior Vice
President and COO of FPU.
"His keen understanding of the
electric utility industry, cou-
pled with his deep community

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Queen E. Solomon
Happy Birthday
Nov. 19, 1926 March 30, 1994
From your loving husband,
children, sisters and brothers
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ties, will serve him well as he
continues to provide leadership
in our Northwest Division."
Headquartered in Marianna,
FL, the NW Division of FPU
provides electric utility service
to residents and businesses in
Calhoun, Liberty and Jackson
counties.
Prior to joining FPU, Myers
was employed at Gulf Power
Company. He earned a Bache-
lor of Science degree in electri-
cal engineering from the Uni-
versity of Vermont.
Florida Public Utilities is a
publicly traded utility company,
which since 1924, has provided
safe, reliable and competitively
priced energy as well as value
added services to over 94,000
customers in growing markets
throughout Florida.


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by Theresa Friday,
Horticulture Extension Agent,
Santa Rosa County
In many manicured land-
scapes, plants often seem to
grow out of large peaks made
of mulch. Volcano mulching, or
mulch applied too .deep around
the base of a plant, does more
harm than good.
Mulch applied incorrectly
generally causes long-term
stress on the plant. Long-term
stress makes plants more prone
to injury from insects, diseases
and environmental extremes.
As a general rule, mulch-
ing plants is good and provides
many benefits. It helps to keep
the roots evenly moist. Mulch
acts to insulate roots from ex-
treme heat and cold. Fresh
mulch inhibits weed germina-
tion and growth. Mulch serves
as a barrier to certain soil-borne
diseases. Over time, as organic
mulch breaks down, it actually
improves soil fertility, soil aera-
tion, structure and drainage.
Done properly mulching is
one of the best things you can
do to help plants get established
and survive environmental ex-
tremes. But there's a right way
to do it. And making mulch
volcanoes isn't it.
According to researchers
at the University of Georgia,
mulch volcanoes can.be partic-
ularly deadly to newly planted
trees and shrubs. They cause
two types of problems.
First, mulch volcanoes en-
courage roots to grow the
wrong way. At first, the condi-'
tions in the top of the volcano
are moist and attractive to roots
while the waterlogged soil un-
der the volcano suffocates deep
roots. The roots grow up, rather'
than down.
In the long run, however,
mulch can't hold nearly as


much water as the soil. So
when the mulch volcano dries
out, the plants can be severely
stressed.
Secondly, fungal activity can
make the umbrella-shaped sur-
face become resistant to wet-
ting. The volcano acts as an
umbrella, shedding water to the
surrounding area. Water runs
off the mulch, rather than mov-
ing into it. This is more com-
mon in high-carbon mulches
like ground wood, wood chips
or sawdust.
You need to remember that
newly planted trees and shrubs
are still like container plants.
Their root ball is still small and
relatively confined. If the vol-
cano-umbrella keeps the root
ball dry, the plant will struggle
and may not survive. "
Mulch volcanoes can also
cause problems for established
trees. They can keep roots from
getting enough oxygen, result-
ing in root death and decay.
They trap moisture around the
lower trunk which promotes
rot. They also invite damage
from rodents that chew the bark
and girdle the tree.
The key to proper mulch-


ing is to take a look at how
nature mulches plants. The
natural mulch of fallen leaves
is flat and rarely more than twvo
to three inches thick. It never
looks like a volcano. A deeper
layer of mulch can restrict gas
exchange in the soil and may
keep the soil too wet during
rainy periods.
A mulch layer three inches
deep after settling is enough
for most plants. If you can, ex-
tend the mulched areas out to
the outermost leaves (called the
drip line) and beyond. Don't
forget to pull the mulch back
a few inches from the main
trunk.
Mulching properly will
help keep your plants healthy.
Mulch volcanoes-can have the
opposite effect.
Theresa Friday is the Resi-
dential Horticulture Extension
Agent for Santa Rosa County.
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purpose ofproviding specific in-
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To place your ad, call 643-3333 or 1-800-717-3333 by noon
Eastern Time on Saturday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks.


6,000 lb. winch, new, still in box,
$100. Call 674-8517. 11-15,11-22

-16-light tanning bed, $600. Call
850-504-0845. 11-15,11-22

Freequilting fabric. all nr part, not
in smaC ANCELLED and up,
cotton, C -..'.-, ..ALuui Knit. Call
670-8711, leave message.
-' .. ... 11-15, 11-22

Climber tree stand with chain,
camouflage color, paid $400, asking
$250. Call 643-4159. 11-15,11-22

Women's diamond wedding set,
three carat, beautiful, must see to
appreciate, paid $4,000, asking
$1.500. Call 209-0964. 11-15,11-22

Tanning bed, $1,600 -or best offer.
Call 899-6268 for more informa-
tion. I.I s 11 _22

Scuba equipment;, must sell. Call
237-1927. 1 -8,-11-15

Weatherby 270 rifle, brand new,
still in box, $450; Hawkins 50 caliber
muzzle loader, $150; six-gun cabi-
net. $150. Call 570-9358. 1'8. i,5

Garnet and beige leather golf
bag, excellent condition, $75;Graco
double stroller, excellent condition;
6 ft. artificial snowing Christmas
tree, excellent condition. Call 643-
5486. 11 1 m.



Washer and dryer, $250 ftor the set.
Call 643-3812. i. is n.:-,

Kenmore drop-in stove, glass
top with self-cleaning oven, good
condition, $150. Call 643-5128.
11 l 11.1.




Gameboy Advance SP, light blue,
comes with one game, no charger.
$40. Call 379-9555. n.i11 .::.

18 PC games. Collection includes:
Rainbow Six-Gold Pack, Black &
White, Star Trek DS9: Dominion
Wars, Legend of Pern: Dragon
Riders, Pearl Harbor: Zero Hour,
Amerazone, Armymen: Air Attack,
RollerCoasterTycoon, Anachronox,
Arthur's Knights, Nancy Drew: Se-
crets Can Kill, Where in the World is
Carmen Sandiego, Monsters, Inc.,
Eight Ball Chaos, E-Games Pinball,
Classic Four Games (Hoyle Poker,
3D Ultra Pinball,Trophy Bass, Field
&Stream Trophy Buck), Deer Hunter
Gold 3. Ultimate Trophy Collection:
(Hunting 4, Bass 4, Trophy Hunting
5), all for $100. Call 674-1248.
11.15 1 122


Saitek ST 220 digital joystick with
throttle, $10. Call 674-1248.
11-15; 11-22

Playstation 2, very small, used only
10 hours, comes with five to eight
games, two memory cards and
controls, $200 firm. Call 674-3973
or 447-0506. 11-15,11-22
Pioneer 6500 CD player, comes
with remote, excellent condition,
asking $75. Call 643-6741.11-8, 11-15

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Trundle bed, real good condition,
antique white, two mattresses. Call
526-1753. 11-15,11-22
Computer table, $25. Call 643-
3812. 11-15,11-22

Recliner and rocker, blue, like
new, $50 each or $90 for both. Call
674-9375. 11-15,11-22
King size four poster bed, comes
with matching dresser with mirror
and five drawer chest of drawers,
$500; computer table, $25. Call
643-3812. 11-15, 11-22
Homemade cedar gun cabinet,
holds 10 guns, best offer. Call 674-
2775. 1 .... .5 .. I T .
Queen size head and foot board,
comes with metal rail; army cot. Call
379-8276 or 570-0932. is -22
Love seat and chair, light blue,
excellent condition, best offer. Call
639-4237. n, ...
Brown swivel chair, good condi-
tion, $20. Call 674-4218. 11i n,




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5 hp garden tiller, 20-inch cut,
bought new, paid $856, used about
10 hours, asking $425 firm. Call
674-8517. 11-15,11-22

Excell 12 chainsaw, 20-inch bar,
paid $348, asking $175 or best offer.
Call 762-8343. 11-s5: 11-22

48" Exmark 0-turn radius mower,
comes with ride-behind attachment,
very good condition, $1,700. Call
674-1433.. 11-15,11-22

5'x7'lawnmowertrailer, all metal,
$300. Call 674-3911.. 11-8, 11-15

100s of planting starter pots,
size one gallon and up, located in
Blountstown. Call 762-8915, leave-
message. 11-8,11-15




1997 Nissan Sentra, fully loaded,
low mileage, $3,200. Call 674-
9375. -15,11-22

2003 Chevy S-10,. 2WD, white,
tinted windows, tool box, low miles,
$9,000. Call 674-4487. ii .: ,.=2

2001 Dodge quad cab. automatic,
A/C, heat, cruise, tilt, nice truck,
asking $5,500 or best offer. Call
762-2030.... -5, .11.2

1980 Ford Fairmont stationwag-
on, 200 six cylinder engine. $650 or
best offer; 1989 Mercury Marquis,
5.0 V8 engine, excellent condition,
$1,250. Call 379-3965. i. ,i ---


1999 Ford Escort ZX2, 95,000
miles, five speed, very good shape,
32 mpg, $2,795. Call 762-8597.
11-15,11-22

1999 Dodge Ram 3500 passenger
van, seats 15, very good shape,
30,000 miles, $8,495. Call 762-
8597. 11-15,11-22

1991 Chrysler LaBaron, convert-
ible, red, two door, $1,000. Call
762-9329. 11-15,11-22

1983 Ford pickup, used as a hunt-
ing vehicle, good transmission and
motor, needs brake booster, $500.
Call 762-9329. 11-15,11-22

1987 Toyota pickup, 4WD, ready
for hunting, $1,700. Call 643-
3812. -11-15,11-22

1984 GMC van, custom made
Southern Coach style, good condi-
tion. Call 592-3465 or 272-4240.
11-15,-11-22

2001 Ford Ranger, standard, CD
player, tinted windows, 130,000
miles, assume payments. Call 643-
8603, anytime. 11-8,11-15


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Week of Nov. 19 to Nov. 25
ARIES- Mar 21/Apr 20
You've mised an opportunity,
Aries. But don't worry, it simply
wasn't meant to be Just remem-
ber to be on the ball and not let
an\ other chances pass you by in
the future.
TAURUS-Apr 21/May 21
Someone is demanding all of
your anention, Taurus However.,
this week you simply cannot de-
voie that much energy without
feeling wiped out
GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
You are fine-runed t, your finan-
cial needs thdus week. Gemini
This twill help you with complex\
negotiations on Thursda. Do
your homework pnor to ourr
meeting.
CANCER- Jun 22/Jul 22
It's OK if you let someone close
see >our vulnerable side this
week. Cancer. It won't make you
less of a person, but rather will
shed new bght on what makes
you you
LEO Jul 23/Aug 23 ,


You need some sobtude thus


neek. Leo, to nork things out Crowds
%ill make you jumpy and less hkely to be
able to think about plans successtulli
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
There's someone who is asking for your
help. but you're not sure if you want t oft-
fer assistance, Virgo. Follow your intuintion
and let this person work things out alone.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Lately. you're been the cat's meow, Libra,
doing no wrong. But the stars can change
quickly, so don't let the popularity go to
your head. Take everything in stnde
SCORPIO Oct 24/No% 22
It's time to put farmly matters before ca-
reer makers. Scorpio Otherwise. both
areas of your life will end up suffering.
Spending some time on Nourself %ill leave
you recharged.
SAG ITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
A financial windfall is heading your way,
Sagittarius, but it %\on't come in the man-
ner you expect There's more than meets
the eye to your newfound bounty. Tread
carefully.
CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Get serious about health and firmess. Capri-
corn. Tlus week. you have to pool your en-
ergy toward feeding your, mind andbody.','


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AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18
Someone close will need Nour support
more than ever. Aquarius. You need to
be a rock, and you are definitely up for
this role. Things could work to your
advantage.
PISCES- eeb 19/Mar 20
If you want to hate fun. this weeks the
time to do it So many entertaining op-
portunities are presented to you --you
just have to choose what to do.

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$150 NEW QUEEN PILLOW-
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plastic, warranty. 850-222-
7783
2 PC. LEATHER sofa &
loveseat. Brand new,
hardwood frames, lifetime
warranty $795, can deliver,
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5 piece bedroom set, new in
boxes, must sell, $475. 850-
222-2113
Bedroom Set: New King bed,
TV Armoire, chest +
nightstand. Retail $3K,
sacrifice $900. 850-545-7112
Cherry sleigh bed, $250,
solid wood, still boxed 850-
222-9879
DINING ROOM Brand New
Table, 6 Chairs, China
Cabinet. $900, Can Deliver,
Call 850-222-7783
New Micro Fiber Sofa +
Loveseat. $475, still wrapped,
stain resist. 850-425-8374
NEW KING PLUSH TOP
mattress set. Still in plastic
with warranty, can deliver -
$250. 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.


2000 Jeep Wrangler Sport, 4WD,
4.0 liter, five speed, four inch
suspension lift, hard and soft top,
$11,000. Call 209-4070. 11-8, 11-15

1992 Dodge Ram conversion van,
needs work and fuel pump, $500 or
best offer. Call 379-3484. 11-8.11-15

1999 Ford Ranger, power steer-
ing, power brakes, cruise control,
tilt steering, A/C, automatic, long
%.th.l. 1 hoon,- tnnI, Lhnv, rir ^r rrnA:


Wixl Udbase, LUUI UU x, go
tion, $3,500. Call 899-02



UX UR Y L IVI
for less than y(
pay for rent!
Be your own
landlord?

Universe

Homes
Call 850-576-2
or
888-256-611


2002 Dodge 1/2 ton pickup, V8,
51,000 miles, good condition,
$9,000. Call 674-1433. 11-15,11-22

AUTO ACCESSORIES
Demco tow dolly, excellent condi-
tion, $350 or best offer. Call 643-
4631. 11-15,11-22


>uu uci u i- 2005 Harley Davidson Sportster,.
?69. burgundy, lots of chrome, jet kit and
11-15T. 12-27 pipes, 3,000 miles. Call 694-0819.
11-15, 11-22
2002 Honda Shadow Spirit 1100,
IN windshield, leather like saddle bags,
ou mustang seats, foot rests, crash
bar, 22,000 miles, $5,300. Call 643-
7141. 11-15,11-22
2004 Honda Shadow 1100, 900
miles, like new, $5,000. Call 643-
4631. 11-15, 11-22
Ity 2000 Kodiak 400 4-wheeler,
comes with trailer, $1,200 firm. Call
674-6940. 11-15,11-22

104 2005 Baja Extreme 300 ATV, less
than five hours on it, asking $2,200.
Call 674-5733. 11-8T.11-29
A 2000 Kawasaki Prairie 300 ATV,
$3,3951 Call 643-5255. 11-8, 11-15


Three, four, five
bedrooms.
Seeing is believing.
Buy now!
Save thousands!

University

^ Homes ;

Call 850-576-2104
or
S888-256-6115

*A^letA''.4


.... :...LO ,1-After dAp- L .i:' .-.ax t .

*BRISTOL Four bedroomitwo bath brick home, less than three years
old:Asking $130,000.
*BLOUNTSTOWN Brick home, GREAT neighborhood SOLD
*PEARIDGE ESTATES Beautiful five bedroom/three bath home on
a large lot. Only $340,000.
-NEAR HOSPITAL Like new, worlds of room, five bedroom/three
bath home. Listed at $359,000.
*ROCK BLUFF Country living can be yours in this three bedroom/two
bath home, two car garage on 1.92 .acres. $170,000
*LIBERTY CO. Land tract SOLD
*BRISTOL -- Cute three bedroofn/one bath brick home with carport,
near high school. UNDER CONTRACT
*PINE ISLAND- Building lot, mobile homes, okay, price negotiable.
*NEW LISTING Liberty County aqreage. UNDER CONTRACT
*HOSFORD Fresh on market! Totally remodeled everything new two
bedroom, one bath. Mid sixties.
*HWY. 12 NORTH Two bedroom/one bath:olde 'home, needs TLC,
100 ft. lot, but only $35,000.
S"' LAND, LdTS; lMMtIAL, QIVEUSiA CALI.'TO'BUYOR SELL:! -. "


2003 Hornet by Keystone 27 ft.
travel trailer, large slide, awning, well
equipped, clean, everything works,
like new. Call 237-1443 after 5 p.m.
for more information. 11-15,11-22


'8 Left!
save $1,500!

University

Homes
Call 850-576-2104
or
888-256-6115


DISCONTINUED
MODELS!
Gigantic savings!
2,000 plus sq. ft.
Great amenities!
BUY TODAY.

University

Homes
Call 850-576-2104
or
888-256-6115
.- *** ,


2003 Conquest with extension,
32 ft., $23,000 new, asking $14,000.
Call 209-4764. 11-8 11-15



14 ft. White Line boat, galvanized
trailer, 30 hp Mariner motor, foot
control, trolling motor, stainless
steel anchor mate, depth finder.
Call 850-209-8996. 11-15,11-22
Boat trailer, galvanized, eight inch
wheels, will haul up to a 14 ft. boat,
$150. Call 593-5429. 11-15,11-22
Pontoon boat with trailer, 20 ft.,
good condition, 115 hp Mercury
motor, $4,500. Call 674-1230.
11-8, 11-15
2005 Mercury motor, 15 hp, electric
start, less than three hours, comes
with 14ft. aluminum G3jon boatwith
trailer, $2,750. Call 643-5255, ask
for Johnny. 11-8,11-15
199QTritan basshnboat cmes with


115 hp Fast-Track Johnson
or best offer. Call 570-935E



5 ft. bush hog, good cond
hp riding lawn mower, 42-ir
good condition. Call 526-1

Massey Ferguson 35 t
rebuilt gas engine, runs
lift works, overall good co
$3,500 or best offer;Wackei
with Kohler engine, good co
comes with water tank, $60(
offer. Call 674-8010.


Found: Female hound dog, white
with brown spots, found on White
Pond Circle in the Batesfield Com-
munity. Pleasecall if this isyourdog
or if you would like to have her. Call
762-8359. 11-15,11-22
Found: Boxer mix, male, young
dog. If owner does not claim, free to
good home, well behaved. Found in
the Scotts Ferry area. Call 674-4148
or 237-2354, leave message.
11-15, 11-22


Found: Pit bull mix on Hwy. 12 and
1st St. in Bristol. Has collar but no
tag, sweet and friendly female dog.
She is looking for her owner. Call
643-5235, leave message.
11-15, 11-22



Five tracking collars, 217 frequen-
cy, one year old. Call 576-0387.
11-15, 11-22
Himalayan cats and kittens, blue-
eyed whites, seal, tortie and blue
points, make offer. Call 674-9375.
-11-15,11-22
Miniature Dachshunds, pure bred,
taking deposits. Call 379-8725.
11-15, 11-22
White English bulldog puppies,
$125 each. Call 762-9676.
11-15,11-22


, $7,000 Jack Russell puppies, first shots,
8. $150 each. Call 762-8657 or 762-
11-8,11-15 8212. 11-15,11-22
SAQHA Palomino mare, five years
old, beautiful, $2,000. Call 674-
ition;17 2033. 11-15,11-22
nch cut, Coon dog, blue tick/walker cross,
two years old, female, both parents
1-15,11-22 are champions, $400. Call 850-209-
tractor, 4070. 11-8,11-15
good,
Indition, Two Chihuahua puppies and one
rPacker- Dachshund puppy, vet checked,
Indition, wormed and shots, asking $175
)orbest each.'Call 674-9081. 11-8,11-15
11-8, 11-15
Free four-month-old puppy, big,
black, male, smart, good with other
animals. Call 674-4235. 11-8,11-15


Wanted: Looking for someone
to put up a fence; want to buy a
wardrobe; want to buy vinyl tile to
place on floor. Call 674-3264.
11-15, 11-22
Wanted: Apartment size gas stove.
Call 379-8867. 11-15,11-22
Wanted: China cabinet. Call 674-
3264. 11-8,11-15


Wanted: Someone who would
YEAR END take a couple of vehicles as a down
MODEL CLEARANCE paymenton apiece of property. Call
M o 674-3264. 11-8,11-15

for 2007's
Only 9 left!.
Down payment
assistance up
to $1,500.
On site
financing! 7F I
Two bedroom, two bath
UNIVERSITY townhouse on Gaffney
HOMES Loop off of Mission Road
in Tallahassee. Just min-
Call 850-576-2104 utes from FSU and TCC.
or $750/month. No pets
888-256-6115
-, Call 643 --- 5337







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who had driven to Tallahassee three or four minutes after the
that morning to take his son to a trooper had driven past the Sikes'
dental appointment. house. Along the way, King
"I beat her to the hospital and passed his friend Marc M~cCaskill
ha to sta d w i onh rf raon t e r a M as il h n
had to -sitdaherwaitonher foranid dron vte Uro nad h. wrc k a ndkith n


ourVl, SLU lu Her -La.l. .n JLa U
Briana was treated and released
from the emergency room that
same day. "The tendon over the
kneecap came loose and they had
to sew it (the kneecap) back on,"
he said. She returned to the hospi-
tal Monday so doctors could put a
pin in her broken arm, he said.
"She's doing really well," he
said, explaining that she is rest-
ing at home, although Tuesday


she was experiencing some pain
following surgery on her arm.
She will have to stay off her leg
for the time being and will see a
doctor again on Nov. 27.
He said his daughter has no
memory of the accident.
The trooper said the woman
in the second vehicle had severe
injuries to both feet.
The accident happened just


mediately dialed King from his
cell phone.
King then turned around, head-
ed back toward Bristol and while
en route to the accident, con-
tacted the sheriff's department
and notified the FHP office by
radio. Emergency workers were
dispatched and arrived quickly,
he said.
Charges are pending.


CLS SIFIEDS


I


New USDA program will help Florida dairy

producers impacted by '05 hurricane losses


GAINESVILLE Dairy Hurricane Dennis.
producers needing help to recov- Producers in 37 Florida"coun-'
er from 2005 hurricane losses ties are eligible to apply for


have an opportunity to apply for
assistance from the U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, through a
$17 million 2005 Dairy Disaster
Assistance Payment Program
(DDAP-II), authorized by the
Emergency Agricultural Disas-
ter Assistance Act of 2006, an-
nounced Kevin L. Kelley, State
Executive Director for the US-
DA's Farm Service Agency. The
sign-up period for DDAP-II be-
gan on Nov. 1, and ends Nov. 30,
2006.
"Last year's destructive hur-
ricanes caused large production
losses and herd deaths, as well
as milk spoilage due to closed
processing plants and damaged
bulk tanks," said Kelley. "This
new Dairy Assistance Payment
Program will help dairy produc-
ers recover from these devastat-
ing losses."
Eligible DDAP-II counties
are those declared a natural di-
saster by Secretary Johanns or
designated a major disaster or
emergency by President Bush
for 2005 calendar year hurri-
canes Katrina,, Ophelia, Wilma
or Rita. Counties contiguous to
an approved county are also eli-
gible. Counties declared disaster
areas by Hurricane Dennis are
ineligible for DDAP-II because
the legislation did not provide
for disaster losses resulting from


the program. The following 24
counties were primary disaster
areas as a result of the 2005 hur-
ricanes: Bay, Brevard, Broward,
Charlotte, Collier, Escambia,
Franklin, Glades, Gulf, Hardee,
Hendry, Highlands, Indian Riv-
er, Lee, Martin, Miami-Dade,
Monroe, Okaloosa, Okeechobee,
Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Santa.
Rosa, Sarasota, and Walton. The
following 13 counties are *also
eligible as they are contiguous:
Calhoun, DeSoto, Hillsborough,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, Man-
atee, Orange, Osceola, Polk,
Volusia, Wakulla, and Washing-
ton.
To be eligible, a dairy pro-
-ducer must have suffered dairy
production and spoilage losses
from August through December
2005 due to Hurricane Katrina,
or losses from October through
December 2005 due to Hurri-
cane Wilma, or related condi-
tions, and suffered the losses in
an eligible DDAP-II county.
The Farm Service Agency
will determine dairy produc-
tion and spoilage losses using
the established history of the
operation's commercial produc-
tion marketed and production
dumped or not marketed during
the applicable claim period.
An eligible dairy operation's
payment is calculated by multi-


plying the applicable payment
rate by the operation's total eli-
gible losses.
The payment rate for eligible
losses varies depending on the
average monthly mailbox milk
price for Florida, the Southeast,
Western Texas and Appalachian
states marketing orders reported
by USDA's Agricultural Mar-
keting Service during the claim
period months where the dairy
operation is physically located.
The maximum payment
rate for Florida is $18.19 per
hundredweight ($0.1819 per
pound), averaged to account for
the mailbox price from August
through October 2005, when the
hurricanes occurred. An eligible
dairy operation's payment is cal-
culated by multiplying the pay-
ment rate, which varies by state,
by the operation's total eligible
losses. Alternate payment rates
may be used if the total DDAP-
II funding is insufficient to fully
compensate eligible producers
for eligible losses.
Dairy producers can apply for
the program at local FSA offic-*
es. Applications are available at
FSA offices and online at: www.
sc.egov.usda.gov. A DDAP-II
fact sheet is also online at: www.
fsa.usda.gov/Internet/FSA_File/
ddap06.pdf.
For more information about
USDA disaster programs, visit
www.fsa.usda.gov online and click
on Disaster Assistance Programs.


Fully furnished mobile home, two
bedroom, one bath, lots of extras,
nice trailer, $6,000. Call 762-2030
or 272-4197. 11-15,11-22

2001 Horton mobile home, three
bedroom, two bath, 16' x 80', with
one acre of land to lease with option
to buy. Call 379-3965. 11-15,11-22

Lot in Sumatra, 100 ft. of frontage
on Hwy. 65, $25,000 Call 670-
8509. 11-15,11-22

Double-wide in Tallahassee, two
miles west of Tallahassee Commu-
nity College, four bedroom, three
bath, with addition built on back, also
has a basement. Call 379-3965.
11-15, 11-22

1982 double-wide mobile home
on 1/2 acre in Blountstown, good
condition, $39,500 or best offer. Call
762-8185. 11-8,11-15

1995 Destiny mobile home, lo-
cated in Hosford, 16' x 80', three
bedroom, two bath, split floor plan,
master has walk-in closet and
glamour bath, some up-grades are
needed, two porches, 8' x 8' front
and 8' x 16' back, under skirting,
outside shed 8' x 12' that is wired
for electricity, asking $18,000. Call
556-9898. 11-8,11-15

1994 General mobile home, 24'x
60', three bedroom, two bath, den
and fireplace (never been used),
needs to be moved, needs some
minor repair, located in Hosford
on Hwy. 65, next to the cemetery,




Mobile home in
Telogia area.
Three bedroom.
Two bath.
14'x 78',
Call 674-3118


Blountstown yard sale, Saturday,
Nov. 18 and Saturday, Nov. 25 be-
ginning at 7:30 a.m. at Hwy. 20 and
John F. Bailey .Road, 11/2 miles, left
in shed. Rain orshine. Clothes, odds
and ends, something for everyone.
Call 674-3558. 11-15,11-22

Calhoun Co. big yard sale,
Saturday, Nov. 18 from 7 a.m. to
noon on Hwy. 71 North at 5364
Young Lane (one mile south of the
Calhoun/Jackson Co. line). Men's,
women's, children's and maternity
clothing of all sizes. Cancel if rain.
Call 762-9676. 11-15

Altha yard sale, Friday Nov. 17 from
7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Nov.
18from8 a.m.to 1 p.m.at 15336 NW
Flossie Pumphrey Lane (Hwy. 71
North, nine miles from Blountstown,
turn on Hwy. 274, follow signs, go
500 ft. past fourth mailbox, turn
right on dirt road, go to end through
double gate). Books, videos, toys,
clothes, baby items, baby stroller,
two large mirrors, furniture, dishes
and much more. Call 762-9329.
11-15

Altha multi-family yard sale,
Saturday, Nov. 18 from 7 a.m. to 2
p.m. (CT) at 15313 NW Griffin Lane
(Sharon Griffin's home off of Hwy.
275 South). Too many items to list.
Rain or shine. Call 762-8344. 11-15

Blountstown yard sale, Saturday,
Nov. 18 beginning at 8 a.m. at 18940
Hwy. 69 (two miles north of town).
Dishes, clothes, tools and lots more.
Call 674-2033. 11-15


FOR RENT

Nice clean, -
two bedroom,
one bath apartment
on Lake Mystic.

Call 643-5235,
leave message.


To view and purchase

photos of community

events, just log on to:


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This siogle-story traditional home features lots of open
spaces, including the vaulted great room. The master bed-
room has lounge/bonus/nursery space as well as a large .
master.bath. There's also a bonus area over the attached
two-car garage, and front and rear covered porches. For -
more details, log onto wwv.house-of-the-week.com, or call 866-685-7526.


Wanted: Need someone to work on
a porch. Call 674-3264. 11-8, 11-15

Wanted: Junk cars and trucks, any
condition, we pay cash. Call 762-
8459 or 272-6836 cell. 11-8T. 1-10

Wanted: Guns! Paying cash! Old
or Modern. One gun or collection.
Rifles, shotguns, handguns, old
double barrels -and military guns.
Call 674-4860. 8-2T. 12-6

Wanted: Will buy junk cars and
will move, any condition. Call 762-
8589. 7-5T.12-27


asking payoff of $25,000. Call
379-8767, 379-3239, 447-1043 or
294-1309. 11-8,11-15

14' x 66' mobile home, three bed-
room, two bath, located on city lot
in Pine Island, recently renovated,
very good condition, $35,000 or best
offer. Call 762-8185. 11-8,11-15

Home located in Telogia, beauti-
ful, three bedroom, one bath, new
metal roof, newcentral heatand air,
new flooring, refrigerator and stove,
many other improvements, $66,000.
Call 570-4212. 11-8,11-15


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Is Big Bend ready for flu season?


TALLAHASSEE As
Florida's long flu season
gets underway, the American
Lung Association of Florida
(ALAF) and Maxim Health-
Care reminds all Floridians to
get vaccinated. Influenza, and
its complications, kill an av-
erage 36,000 Americans and
hospitalize 226,000 people in
the United States every year.
The American Lung Associa-
tion has launched its "Faces of
Influenza" public awareness
initiative to help put a "face"
on this illness and to encour-
age all residents to make an
important preventative health
decision by planning in ad-
vance to inoculate themselves
and their families against this
deadly disease.
"Two out of three Ameri-
cans should be vaccinated for
influenza every year, but yet
the immunization rates fall
short each season," says Steve
Scott, president and volunteer
of the American Lung Asso-
ciation of Florida. "There is
an ample supply of flu vaccine
available this year so we en-
courage everyone to break the
habit of skipping their immu-
nization due to shortages and
get vaccinated."
Groups especially at-risk
should be immunized for in-
fluenza. They include:
*Adults and children with
chronic medical conditions
like asthma, chronic ob-
structive pulmonary disease
(COPD) and diabetes;
*Adults 50 years of age or
older;
*Pregnant women;
*Young children between the
ages of six and 59 months;
*Anyone interacting with
someone especially at-risk
of contracting influenza, such
as children too young to be
vaccinated (under six months
old). This includes babysitters,
parents, grandparents, siblings
and daycare providers;
*Health care providers.
The national "Faces of In-
fluenza" initiative kicked-
off on September 19 in New
York City at a major press
event where celebrities, public
health officials and everyday
citizens shared personal sto-
ries about their experiences
with influenza and encouraged
at-risk groups and caregivers
to be vaccinated immediately.
In collaboration with this ef-
fort, the American Lung As-
sociation has developed a new
Web site, www.facesofinfluen-
za.org, to provide information
about influenza and its immu-
nization.
To aid the Big Bend com-
munity needing a flu shot, the
,,, American Lung, ,Association,
i~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ S S i *{ ) i | i | i I ) ) ) i ) ) I


of Florida offers the Flu Clinic
Locator powered by Maxim
HealthCare which can be
found at www.lungfla.org or
www.findaflushot.com or by
calling (850) 386-2065. The
Flu Clinic Locator provides a
list of clinics in the area who


are administering vaccina-
tions. It also allows the user to
sign up to receive seasonal flu
news and schedule reminders
about flu season. For informa-
tion on other clinics offered
by Maxim HealthCare, please
call (850) 422-1111.


Manager's Special...

2005

Chevy

Silverado
Low Miles!




so$0 Dcwn. o, 60 Mos WAGc


Dear Gadsden, Liberty & Calhoun
County Residents,
Three years ago I obtained my Florida
Dealer's License due to the frustration of
shopping for a used car. The following
three things made car shopping a big
headache for me:
*Haggling for the best Price
*Having to come up with $2000 to $3000
for a down payment, taxes, title and tag


*Paying someone a $5000 $6000 profit
on a $10,000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct
Automotive Wholesale:,
*All vehicles are Priced at the "Loan
Value", which is the Price credit unions and
banks will loan you on this vehicle.
*We require NO DOWN PAYMENT on any
of our vehicles. We can even help with your
taxes and tag most of the time.


0 Down '01 Toyota Camry 0 Down -02 Grand Marquis
$229/mo Highly Sought-After Car! $1 91/mo Leather! Digiral Dash'


0 Down '99 GMC Suburban
$205/mo 89K miles, 3rd seat!


0 Down '99 Cadillac deVille
$21 9/mo 1 Owner! Loaded!


0 Down '03 Infiniti G35 0 Down '01 Saturn
$418/mo Sunroof, Leather, Loaded! s1 42/mo 4 dr, Sunroof, Leatherl
Real Gas Saver!


0 Down '01 Chevy S10
$239/mo Extended Cab!


0 Down '96 Mercury Grand
11 4/mo Marquis LS Leather!


0 Down '03 Honda Accord EX
$347/mo V6! Loaded!


0 Down '02 Nissan Frontier
$333/mo XE, Crew Cab, V6


*At LOAN VALUE, we make a small profit
and you get a ereat deal!
The best part is we have family on the
lot, NOT HIGH PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE.
If you don't see the car of your dreams in
this ad, call us. We'll set you pre-approved,
tell you what it will cost and buy it for you.
We appreciate your supporting us. Come
by or call.


0 Down '02 Dodge Stratus R/T
*192/no Sunroof, Leather, Loaded!


0 Down '06 Ford Taurus SE
$361/mo Uke New! 14,000 miles!


0 Down '03 Chevy Monte Carlo
s289/mo Sunroof! Leather


0 Down '04 Ford Mustang 0 Down '06 Chrysler 300C
$361/mo Only 38,000 Miles! *462/mo Touring Edition! 14,000 mi.


0 Down '04 Suba
*308/mo 2.5X, AW


iwFoese 0 on'2Tyt-Rne


aru Forester 0 Down '02 Toyota 4Runner
VD! s322/mo SR5, 4X4, Like New!


0 Down '00 Jeep Wrangler
$307/mo Saraha' Only 48,000 miles!


0 Down '03 Toyota Tacoma
288/mo 4X4 Gas Saver!


Direct Automotive Wholesale
403 W Jefferson (Hwy 90) 3 Blocks West of Square in Quincy. Next to Dollar General Now Open 7 1D Week 9 a.m. 8 p.m.!
Se hblia Qulncy* 850-627-8448 *Quincy Se habla
.,eay ents'8 il^stratpd.dwith. e o-o p T:heritee- / 'ftihs" With Approved. Gre it IE pr i Ii


The Calhoun-Liberty
JOURNAL HOURS: 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday thru
Friday, 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Saturday (ET)
Serring nwo counties that .,
make up one great community!


'PHONE
FAX (850) 643-3333 or,
(850) 643-3334 1-(800) 717-3333


We sell all of our cars at
a discount so you don't
need a down payment!
Int wrebt Rats .
as low as 4.95%


We Buy Cars, Trucks & SUVs!


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