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Title: The Calhoun-Liberty journal
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Creator: Calhoun-Liberty Journal
Publisher: Liberty Journal, Inc.
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Place of Publication: Bristol, Fla
Publication Date: April 23, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
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= Volume 28, Number 17 Wednesday, April 23, 2008


Kids Fishing Derby held
Donovan Copeland holds up the fish he caught during Saturday's Free Fishing
Derby sponsored by the Apalachicola Ranger District in Liberty County. Despite a
morning shower, 80 kids took part in the annual event held at Derby Pond between
Wilma and Orange. Fishing poles and bait were furnished. All the kids had to do
was add the fun. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTO


Woman
uses debit
card sent
to wrong
address
PAGE 2


New Altha
church
leaders
named
PAGE 8


Liberty
Senior
Citizens
activity
schedule
PAGE 12


Jennifer DeVyust was crowned the new
Miss Calhoun County at Saturday's
pageant in Blountstown. To see who else
won a crown, turn to page 15.
KRISTEN BATEMAN PHOTO


Disabled
boy finds
a special
place to
play
PAGE 5


OLIVER
NORTH:
Common
Sense
PAGE 7


Attract
birds &
butterflies
with bottle-
brush plant
PAGE 23


A Bristol woman walked boldly out of a grocery store with
the meat shown above which had been concealed in a
grocery cart. Two purses in the cart were stuffed with
steaks while numerous pork loin ribs were wrapped in a
shirt in the front of the cart.

Crack cocaine found during
arrest outside grocery store


Bristol woman


arrested with


stolen meat
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A shopping trip ended with a ride to jail for a Bristol
woman who walked out of a grocery store without
paying for 21 packages of meat valued at $269.83,
according to a report from the Liberty County Sheriff's
Department.
Deputy Brian Bateman was driving behind a woman
he suspected to be in possession of crack cocaine and
was about to make a traffic stop when she turned off
State Road 20 and went into the Piggly Wiggly parking
lot Sunday.
The deputy watched as Delores Jean Green Brinson,
60, drove past the parking area and stopped on the
west side of the building. Brinson and her teenage
granddaughter, who was carrying an infant, entered
the grocery store around 4 p.m.
Bateman and Deputy Timothy Partridge were
waiting outside when Brinson emerged from the store
after 25 minutes. She was pushing a grocery cart
filled with packages of meat. Some of the meat was
wrapped in a shirt; other packages had been stuffed
into purses.
"There were whole packs of ribs wrapped in a
shirt and sticking out," said Bateman. "She wheeled
the buggy right out the front door with no bags or
receipts."
When Brinson saw the deputy pull up, she
abandoned the buggy and jumped in her car with her
granddaughter and the baby. The deputy stopped them
before Brinson could drive away.
While looking through two purses in the buggy,
deputies found a large rock of crack cocaine in one and
a small amount of marijuana in the other. Brinson said
the crack cocaine was hers and that she had planned to
sell it. The teenager said the marijuana was hers.
A pipe with crack cocaine residue was found in a
change purse in the car.
After a relative arrived to pick up the five-month-
old baby boy, Brinson and the teen were handcuffed
and taken into custody.
Brinson admitted, "I stole the meat," and said her
granddaughter was not involved, stating that she had
only gone inside to use the bathroom.
Brinson also told deputies she had taken meat from
the store at least two times before "but we feel it's been
going on longer," Bateman said.
Brinson was charged with retail petty theft,
possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute
and possession of drug paraphernalia. The teenager
was charged with possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana.
The deputy said a warrant had been issued for
Brinson in Blountstown for some suspected Dollar
Store thefts.


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Debit card sent to old Bristol


address used by new tenant


A new debit card that went
to the owner's old address was
used at least three times by the
woman who moved in after he
left, according to a report from
the Liberty County Sheriff's
Department.
Joni Lorrain Bodiford, 30, was
charged on April 15 with three
counts of theft and three counts


of fraudulent use of a credit card was supposed to have gotten the
after deputies followed up on card.
information from the man who A week after the debit card he

Man charged with sexual

assault of 14-year-old girl
A Calhoun County man is facing charges of lewd and lascivious
molestation after a woman reported he sexually molested her 14-year-
old daughter.
Robert Alday, 34, had been staying in the home with the woman,
her boyfriend and her daughter, according to a report from the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Department.
The girl first told an investigator that Alday had forced her to
have sex. When the girl learned that some sexually-suggestive letters
she had written to Alday had been found, she amended her version
of events and said the first two times they were together, it was
consensual. But she stated that the third time, he forced himself on
her against her will.
The young girl said the encounters happened late in the evening
after her mother had gone to bed.
After initially denying anything had happened with the girl, Alday
later stated they had consensual sex twice.


Man arrested for buying

beer for teens.in Bristol


A 24-year-old Hosford man has
been charged with contributing to
the delinquency of a minor and
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana after he purchased
an 18-pack of beer and handed
it over to an unidentified teen
around 10 p.m. last Wednesday
night, according to a report from
the Liberty County Sheriff's
Department.
Cpl. ToddWheetleyandDeputy
Andy Pace were in the parking lot
of a Bristol convenience store
when they noticed a young white
male approach a car and hand
over some cash.
Pace then saw the male go
back to a vehicle, which is known
to be owned by a local teenager,
in which he was a passenger. The
car left the store and drove to the
Bristol Boat Landing.
The man who accepted the


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money, identified as Jerrad
Houston Copeland, went inside
and brought the beer out to his car.
He then left in the same direction
as the previous vehicle.
Deputies found both vehicles
parked at the entrance to the boat
landing. One of the underage
drinkers admitted that he had
given Copeland the money to get
the beer, the report noted.
Following Copeland's arrest,
his car was searched and deputies
discovered a small amount of
marijuana in a pill bottle in the
center console.
The teenager, who was not
identified due to his age, was
given a notice to appear in court
on a charge of possession of
alcohol by a person under 21.


ARREST

REPORTS
compiled by
Journal
Editor
Teresa
Eubanks
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had requested had not arrived,
Derek Moss went to his bank to
ask about the card and learned it
had been mailed to his previous
address. Moss then realized that
over $800 was missing from his
account.
He learned that his debit card
had been used to purchase a hot
water element and some thread
tap at the hardware store in
Bristol earlier this year. Moss
then found out that those items
were on the back porch of his old
residence, where Bodiford was
now living.
When a deputy went to the
home, the items were found in
plain sight.
Bodiford admitted to using the
card at three places in Liberty
County and one place in Calhoun
County. She said there was
another person who used the
card in other places.


Driver charged
after traffic
stop leads to
marijuana arrest
A suspicious deputy discovered
52 grams of marijuana packed in
four separate clear sandwich bags
during a search of a car stopped
for speeding in Liberty County
last Friday.
Jimmy Roger Shiver Jr., 37,
of Bristol was traveling over the
speed limit when he went past a
parked patrol car along Hwy. 12,
east of Orange, according to a
report from the Liberty County
Sheriff's Department.
When the deputy pulled in
behind Shiver's truck, the vehicle
slowed down to the posted speed.
After noting that the truck's
windows appeared to be tinted
darker than legally allowed, the
truck was stopped.
During a search of the truck,
the deputy found the bag of
marijuana tucked between
the front passenger seat and
center console, hidden inside a
camouflage ski cap.
Shiver was charged with
possession of marijuana with
intent to sell.


CALHOUN COUNTY

April 15
*Robert Alday, lewd and lascivious molesta-
tion.
April 17
*Carla Reina Cruz, no valid driver's license.
*Talaris Brown, battery.
April 18
*Matt Speights, bond revoked.
*Timothy Peavy, DUI.
*Henry Calhoun, writ of attachment child sup-
port.
*Melody Olivades, possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana, possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Patrick Hunt, possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia.
*Tiffany Tolbert, holding for Gadsden Co.
*Germintri Levette Linder, writ of attachment.
April 20
*Adam B. Crenshaw, failure to appear, driving
while license suspended or revoked.
*Albert Johnson, driving while license suspend-
ed or revoked, holding for Leon Co.
April 21
*Tammi Moore, possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana, possession of drug para-
phernalia.

LIBERTY COUNTY

April 15
*Joni Bodiford, petty theft (three counts), credit
card theft (one count).
*Kancey Tranode, holding for Hendry Co.
*Kristen Smith, holding for CCSO.
*Tammy Ammos, state VOP, driving while license
suspended or revoked, battery on a 14w enforce-
ment officer, DUI alcohol/drugs and Aefusal.
April 16
*Jerrad Copeland, DUI, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana, contributing to the delin-
quency of a minor (two times).
April 17
*Freddie Smith, driving while license suspended
or revoked.
*Nick Smith, battery.
*Mathew Thompson, serving Thursdays and
Friday.
April 18
*Melody Ashley Olivades, holding for CCSO.
*Jimmy Roger Shiver Jr., possession of mari-
juana with intent to sell.
April 19
*Tiffany Nacole Tolbert, holding for CCSO.
*Emilo Ortigoza Guitirrez, domestic battery.
SApril 20
*Delores Brinson, retail theft, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell, possession of drug
paraphernalia.
*Antonio Rangel Ramos, no driver's license,
attached tag not assigned.

Listingsincludenamefollowedbychargeandidentiricationoarrestingagercy henamesaboverepresent
those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Blountstown Police Dept.
April 14 through April 20, 2008
Citations issued:
Accidents...............03 Traffic Citations..................05
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)......80
Business alarms.....01 Residential alarms..........00
Complaints.................................... ............139






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Man complaining about medical

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To the editor:
This is a belated letter to the
editor regarding Mr. Timothy
Brown's comments regarding
Dr. Mishbah Farooqi and the
emergency room at Calhoun
Liberty Hospital.
I am absolutely rolling in the
floor that a grown man would
even think to blame the doctor
and the hospital where he was
treated for a cut on the fact that
the stitches came loose when
HE went back to the JOB he
was doing in his yard the day
after the stitches were placed
in his finger.
Sir, what part of being careful
do you not understand?
If it were your child, would
you have let him/her resume
the JOB they were doing in the
yard??? There is a mega-virus
called MRSA that you could
have caught simply because
you were resuming your JOB
in the yard.
Your doctor, Misbah Farooqi,


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most likely gave you a tetanus
shot (unless you were within
proper parameters) and this
probably saved you a great deal
of pain and suffering if not your
LIFE.
If you were up on your
tetanus, then I, as a patient of Dr.
Farooqi's for at least seven years
can tell you he definitely gave
you information on what to look
out for (possibly information
you tuned out on?) but I know


without a shadow of a doubt that
he did give you information. He
always does.
It would have been the job of
the admitting nurse in triage to
have found out when you had
your last tetanus. Knowing Dr.
Farooqi as I do, I am sure he
asked you too. I didn't even
have to be there to know that!
Anyone with half a mind
knows you have to take care
with stitches. They are not
titanium staples deep within the
finger that will never pull loose
if they are treated with abuse.
As for your bill, I believe
Calhoun Liberty, Hospital to be a
fair and just billing department,
as I also deal with them. If you
do not agree with the hospital's
care and responsibilities, get
involved, be a volunteer and
make your concerns known. A
local hospital is only as good
as the people involved will let
it be.
Then, Mr. Brown, get a grip
on yourself. Take responsibility
for your own actions. As Theresa
Sewell said in her recent letter,
DUH!
Sincerely,
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Kindergarten registration

at Altha School on May 2
Altha Public School will hold
Kindergarten registration on Friday, May
2. If your child will be 5 years old on or
before Sept. 1, please call for the school to
make an appointment, 762-3121.
To register your child, please bring:
Certified Birth Certificate (not hospital
certificate), Social Security Card, original
gold School Physical Form--completed by
you and the doctor and original blue Florida
Immunization Card. You will be asked to
fill out an enrollment form, given materials
helpful for beginning Kindergarten next
school year, copies will be made of the birth
certificate and social security card, and the
physical form and immunization card will.
be reviewed and taken.
All of the above must be in compliance
and on file at the school prior to your child
officially being enrolled for the 2008-09
school year.
An open house will be held during
pre-school week, prior to the first day of
school. We will have the date for you at
the registration.
Hope to see you there! If for some
reason you are unable to attend, please call
Kennesse Dew, Guidance Counselor to
schedule an appointment for another day.

Auction and BBQ
Mossy Pond Volunteer Fire Department
will be having an auction and barbecue on
Saturday, May 3 at 10 a.m.
All proceeds will go directly to the
Mossy Pond Volunteer Fire Department.
Lunch and desserts will be available
and any donations would be greatly
appreciated.
Some of the items to be auctioned:
household goods, appliances, exercise
equipment, dishes, baskets, cakes, etc.
For more information or to donate any
type of item for the auction, please contact
Vetta Loveless 762-5106 or Bill Truax
762-2217.

Vickery Family Reunion
The descendants of John, Frank and
Jimmy Vickery will hold their 55thAnnual
Family Reunion, April 27, at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown.
All relatives and friends are invited
and encouraged to attend. Registration
will begin at 10:30 a.m. and lunch will be
served around 12:30 p.n.
Please bring a covered dish lunch and
your favorite soft drinks. Paper goods and
ice will be furnished.
For more information call 674-4317.

Benefit for Lisa Ramer
on May 9 in Hosford
There will be a benefit cookout for Lisa
Ramer on May 9 beginning at 11 a.m. Plates
will be $6 each.
The plates will include chicken pilau,
green beans, cole slaw and cake. The benefit
will be held at the Hosford-Telogia Firehouse
located on Hwy. 65 S. in Hosford.
Delivery is available upon request by
contacting Dallas Ramer at 320-3512 for
orders of tfie plates or more
The Calhoun-Liberty Journal is
published each Wednesday
by the LiDerty Journal Inc.,
SuLmmers Road, P.O. Box 536,
Bristol. FL 32321.
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BIRTHDAYS
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TODAY'S MEETINGS
Term Care, 10 a.m. tlil noon. Calhoun County Public Library
y Club, noon. Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
it Loss Support Group, 1.30 p.m., Shelton Park Library
p m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg east door, in Iront of jail
TH URS*DAY, APRI 24


BIRTHDAYS
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EVENTS
Congressman Allen Boyd's Rep..
9.30 to 11 a m. (CT), Calhoun County Courthouse; &
1.30 to 3-30 p.m. (ET), Liberty County Courthouse
TODAY'S MEETINGS


p m. basement of Calrhoun Counly Courthouse
Bluff Community Fire Dept. 7 p.m voting house
S30 p m Veterans Memornil Park Ci.'-. Center


ANNIVERSARY
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EVENTS -
ss of 2008 Altha Project Graduation Fundraiser,
en plates on the corner ot Hwy. 71 & Hwy. 20 in Blountstown
Dance 6 2p m. 4meri;an Legion Hall in Blounlsitoan
TODAY'S MEETINGS
un County Children's Coalition. 9 a.m W. T. Neal Civic Cenier


BIRTHDAYS
,tliliI 'BrowI
~EVENTS
.Fan mili History Workshop
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Mormon Church in Bristol


Dance, 6 12 pm. American Legion Hall in Blountsro\tn
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Take Stock in C/iildren 'Banquet
6 p.m., W.T. Neal Civic Center


TODAY'S MEETINGS
A-Weigh Program, 9 a m., Velerans Memorial Park Civic Center
un County Children's Coalition, 1 p.m., the Calhoun County Library
Boy Scouts, 5:30 p.m, Allha Volunteer Fire Department
tstown Lions Club, 6 p m., Apalachee Restaurant
30 p.m Liberty Co Cournhouse (west side entrance)
evel Lodge #134, 7 p m 5602 Alliance Rd., Mananna


BIRTHDAYS
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TODAY'S MEETINGS
30 p m Liberty Co Courthouse west side entrance)
cout Troop 206, 7 p.m., Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center


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Liberty Music & Drama

Troupe presents 'An

Evening at the Theatre IV'
The Liberr, lMusc & Drama Troupe \\ II
present its annual spring concert e\ent ".An
Evening at the Theatre I\" on Thursda,
e.'ening NMa, > at p.m iETI The e\tent
\\ill be at the Veterans Memorial Park Civic
Center in Bnstol.
Forty students of the Bnstol Ballet School.
\wll perform "The Colors of Spring" and
students of the combined music departments
ofTolar and Hosford Schools % ill perform a
fifties themed program
Admission is $3 and tickets will be
a ailable in ad dance b\ calling Glona Keenan
at 643-5235 or Babs Moran at 643-5491.
Tickets ma', also be available at the door
one-half hour prior to ,hov. time
The performanCe is sponsored in part
by The Liberty County Board of Counts
Commissioners, The Liberty County Arts
Council. Florida Department of State.
Di\ vision of Cultural Affairs. the Florida A-ns
Council and the National Endo'.ment for
the Arls
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Registration to close
for Dixie Boys League
The time is fast approaclthi to organize
Di\ie Bo\ s Baseball for Calhoun and Libert
County. The Dixie boys program is for
players 13-14 as of Ma. I
Interested players can register at the
Liberty County Recreation Department
in Bristol. Veterans Memorial Park C\ ic
Center or \\Ath Emory Home at 674-6874
or calU 643-2 1'5.
Regisnra-ion fee is S50 and includes the
uniform.
The deadline to start this program is fast
approaching. so it \oui child %\ants to play
contact the abo'.e numbers ASAP.

Kinard Homecoming
set for Saturday May 3
The 18th annual Kinard Homecoming
\ill be held on Samnrda'. M la 3 from I'I
a m. until at the Kinard Communitr Center
off ofH\%t, "3 in Kinard
Please bring a \efll filled basket and
loin us for lunch and fellowship \ ithb our
neighbors and friends
For more information. please call
674-8760




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


JOURNAL STAFF
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Teresa Eubanks........... Editor
Margaret Jenkins .. .. ..Bookkeeper
Tnsh Corrente . .. .. Advertising
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APRIL 23, 2008 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 5


'Playing Doctor' will

have you in stitches!
Playing Doctor, by William Van Zandt and Jane
Milmore, is the last production of Kaleidoscope's
37th season.
Be sure to make your reservations now to see this
crazy comedy about a young man, Rob Brewster,
who used all the money his parents gave him for
medical school to purchase fancy digs and live it up
while pursuing a writing career. Then the parents
arrive for a visit. What could possibly go wrong?
A complicated prescription of desperate fakery,
outlandishly impro'iised W characters and uriabashed~
mischief follows. Rob is an energetic, if inept,
con man, but his parents are balloons of egotism
and inattention just waiting to be exploded so
willfully naive that they cling to every scam, even
as it unravels. Playing Doctor is a wonderfully
wacky burlesque that will keep audiences of all ages
laughing from beginning to end.
To make reservations, please call 265-3226.
Performances will be held on Fridays and
Saturday, April 11, 12, 18, 19, 25 and 26 at 7:30
p.m. and Sundays, April 13, 20, and 27 at 2 p.m.
Come opening night and enjoy the post-show Wine
Reception with the cast.
Season tickets for our exciting Season 38 will
be on sale at the door. Remember you can make
reservations for the entire season when you purchase
a season ticket.
Young People's Theatre Auditions are April 22
and 23 at 6:30
Kaleidoscope Theatre is located at 207 East 24th
St. off Hwy. 77 in Lynn Haven.

Silviculture management

workshop set for May 29
On May 29 the Division of Forestry will be holding
a Silviculture Best Management Practice workshop
and Field Trip at the Bristol IFAS Ag Extension
Center. Lunch will be provided as it begins at 9 a.m.
and ends at 4 p.m.
This is open to the public (landowners, loggers,
contractors, consultants, etc) there will be no charge
for this workshop. The instructors will be JeffVowell
& Roy Lima.
Ifyou have any questions please contact Roy Lima
at 414-9934 or Cathy Hardin at 547-7008.


A special fce


to.


Three-year-old Chace Kersey hasfound a special
place to have fun now that the new playground at
Veterans Memorial Park has been completed. His
mom, Michelle Kersey of Blountstown, says the at-
tention taken in selecting the swings and slides have
made a big difference for her little boy, whose cere-
bral palsy keeps him confined to a wheelchair much
of the time.
She's delighted that he can break free a bit, set-
tling into a special swing with a tray that keeps him
safely inplace. "You can'tput him in a regular baby
swing. He slips right out, she says. Besides swing-.
ing, her son enjoys the slide. "The walk along the
slide is wide enough you can push a child in a wheel-
chair, "she says, explaining that once the youngster
is on the slide, the wheelchair can easily be moved
out of the way. "It's made more accessible for chil-
dren with special needs, she says.
Even though children with special needs can't
climb the rock wall "they can enjoy some of the stuff
out there and it makes them feel included." She adds
that the park in Bristol is now where her friends and
family gather because it's a great play for her son
to play. "They are things he can be included in and
things he can do instead of sitting in a stroller and
being passed from person to person. "
The equipment was selected by a committee
chaired by Cathia Schmarje and assembled by a
work squad from Liberty Correctional Institution.


Area queens mark

Earth Day by planting

tree at Altha daycare
County
Q ue e ns
celebrated
Earth Day by :
planting a tree
at the Altha
Church of God
Childcare.
Brigette
Utley, Miss
Calhoun i
C County
Cotton Queen, ..\.i ,,'I '".
volunteers at
the childcare. Jennifer DeVuyst), Miss Liberty
County Forestry Queen, works part time at the
childcare center. Kaylea Scheetz, Baby Miss Calhoun
County Cotton Queen and Alexis Sims, Tiny Miss
Coffee County Woodlands Queen both attend Altha
Church of God Childcare.
The Queens wanted to give something back to
their community and childcare center. The Queens
will also be participating in the "March for Babies"
this Saturday in Panama City. If anyone would like
Sto contribute in their name, go to marchforbabies.
org/kayleas or call 643-6657.
If you are interested in the Queens attending
an event, go to m1126_03art@yahoo.com or call
643-6657.

Depot Day musical lineup
Depot Day will be held on May 3 from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Depot in Blountstown.
The lineup of entertainers will include Easy Com-
pany, Ben Hall, Gary Wayne Purvis, Sarah Hatcher,
Gateway Messengers and many more.
There will be vendors and chicken dinners will
be served.


Family fun day in Greenwood
St. Joseph Lodge #99 welcome the general public to Greenwood
Town Park on Fort Road (Hwy. 162), in Greenwood for a full day
of fun for the entire family, on Saturday, April 26 from 9 a.m. until
2 p.m.
There will be all kinds of food, peanuts, snow cones, Girl Scout
cookies, cake walk, clowns, pony rides, moon walk, photo/name art, a
mobile bum building, Avon and much more. Individuals and business
vendors are welcome.
For more information or to reserve a space, call Leo Sims at
850-209-4951.



Thank You!
I would like to take this opportunity to inform the citi-
zens of Liberty County that it was my intent to seek
the office of Tax Collector in the 2008 election. Prior
to announcing my intent, I was required to obtain ap-
proval Irom my current employer. Unfortunately, af-
ter much discussion, it has been determined that my
current position includes responsibilities that would
place me in direct violation of the Federal Hatch Act
if I were to seek any position in a Partisan Election.
I am humbled by the words of encouragement and
offers of support I have received from many of you.
Regrettably, I will not be able to see the position at
this time.S
Sincerely,
Wat- SuttNtCi _


My name is

Royce Gene Wise

and I want to be your

Calhoun County

TAX COLLECTOR
I was born and raised in Calhoun County and reside on Paradise Lane,
SAltha, FL. I am currently employed by Senior Life Services where I am a
sales manager. Prior to that, I was a home builder. I attended Blountstown
High School and have a B.A. degree from Columbia College, Columbia,
SMO. I am a veteran and retiree of the Armed Forces and served three tours
in Vietnam.
S II you give me the opportunity to serve you, the citizens of Calhoun
County, I will keep the drivers license section in Calhoun County and ex-
pand the hours to include opening the office on Saturdays to serve those
People who work during the week. The citizens of Calhoun County deserve
Sthe best service and if elected, I promise to fulfill the duties of the Tax Col-
lector to the very best of my ability.
Over the next few months, I look forward to visiting your home and meet-
ing with you personally. During this time, if you have any questions, I can
be reached at 643-8701 or 237-2669. Your vote and support will be greatly
appreciatePd.
Fj*,,a Lj:.,r,,. i .,:, :, nt Paid for and Approved by Royce Gene Wise for Tax Collector, Democrat








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New leadership at Altha Church


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.. The congregation of the Altha
SChurch of God is proud to
announce and welcome their
new pastors-Senior Pastor:
S* Allan Nichols and wife, Cindy;
Youth Pastor: John Michael Hensen and wife, Meagan. These pastors
have been in our community and church family for many years, however,
they are moving into new positions, as God has called and led them to do.
We wish to honor our new Pastors and will be hosting a Pastors' Reception
for them on Sunday, April 27, from 3 to 5:30 p.m. at the Altha Church of God
Fellowship Hall. Everyone is invited to the reception for a time of visitation
and fellowship.


News food and fun!
Fellowship & Events
from the BLOUNTSTOWN UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH The
Men's Ministry of Blountstown
ew s United Methodist Church is
sponsoring a Children's Catfish
Rodeo to be held this Saturday,
April 26 with two fishing sessions
to choose from; first session 8 9:30
Special Sunday a.m. or second session 10 11:30
Services a.m. Space is limited to 20 children
BRISTOL PENTECOSTAL per session. Each child should bring
HOLINESS CHURCH The an adult sponsor and his or her own
Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church fishing gear, bait provided. Drink and
Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church
light refreshments will be available.
cordially invites all to attend a light ee cents wil be available.
SParticipants recognized during the
special service and reception on m
y, i.2 1 a D Sunday morning worship service
Sunday, April,27 at 11 a.m. EDT, at Blountstown UMC with awards
celebrating Pastors Coy and Linda p d
presented during an after-service
Collins' forty years of marriage and cookout. a -oen-
ministry. Our church is located at our community free of
12413 N.W. SolGm2s-ue ct r charge. Reservations are required
mnr information, contact Sandra and must be made through the
and must be made through the
Willis at 643-7149.
Willis at 643 church office between the hours
FIRST PENTECOSTAL
FIRST PENTECOSTAL of 8a.m. 2 p.m. CST Monday
CHURCH The First Pentecostal
CHURCH -The Firs Penthrough Friday. Persons may come
Church in Wewahitchka will be oug y rso mayom
Church ing Wewahitchka will by the church office at 20500 Central
hosting a Super Kids Sunday on May Ave. W. (across from Subway) or
4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be call 674-84 durig office hours.
childrenscall 674-8254 during office hours.n [
children's ministry, puppets, games, Directions to the event location [in


The employees of the Liberty County Senior
Citizens Association would like to thank Liberty
County Board of County Commissioner Jim m
Johnson of Jim Johnson's Heating and Air
Conditioning for coming to their assistance
when lightning struck the central heat and air T
unit at the Bristol Senior Citizens building. Mr.
Johnson was extremely gracious by donating a "
heating and air conditioning unit and his time to
install it. Everyone at the center is very grateful
to Mr. Johnson for his wonderful help in our .
time of need.
Liberty County Senior Citizens Association


We would like to thank all of our friends and family
who stood by us during the death of James E. Woodham,
Sr. We also extend a very special thank you to the Bristol
Pentecostal Holiness Church and the Blountstown First
Pentecostal Holiness Church for the delicious meal after the
service and for all your prayers and assistance during this
very difficult time. We would also like to acknowledge the
outstanding job done by Marion Peavy. His professionalism
and compassion will long be remembered. It is at times like
this we really learn to appreciate the generosity and loving
nature of people. Thank you for the flowers, visits, cards,
calls, food, prayers, and hugs. They gave us strength. Please


Blountstown] will be given upon
registration.
Prayer Meetings
PRAYER BAND The Liberty
Community Prayer Band will hold
prayer service Thursday, April 24
at 7:30 p.m. (ET) at the home of
Brother James Lane.
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend. For more information, call
643-5958.


continue to keep us in your prayers
as we mourn our loss.
The Family of
James E. Woodham, Sr.

The family of James "Old Daddy"
Colvin would like to take this time
to say thank you for the flowers,
food, cards and prayers during and
after the loss of our husband, daddy
and granddaddy. A special thanks
to Reverend Aaron Elkins and Mt.
Messages of Thanks
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:TREASURES
I| byRyan McDougald |
t a------
The Battle Is Spiritual
Text: Ephesians 6:10-18
Surveys by the Bama Group in the
New York Times revealed that 2/3 of
Americans do not believe in the devil as a
living entity. 1007 people were contacted
at random. People were asked if they
agreed with the statement, "Satan is not
a living being, but is a symbol of evil."
62% agreed. 30% disagreed. 8% had no
opinion.
Like it or not, believe it or not, Satan
is a real being. Scriptures are clear. Ez.
28:12-19 says that Satan was "the model
of perfection, full of wisdom and perfect
in beauty...a guardian cherub (NIV)." Is.
14:12-15 says he became proud wanting
to rule in God's place on God's throne.
God cast him out of heaven.
Now, as 1 Pet 5:8 says, "Your enemy
the devil prowls around like a roaring lion
looking for ;,omeonr- io de ,our |NI]\'
.nar, b.jlescod Hi 3rt,.'.
place hul ,G.' .. - cre
ue ..oppoilnle. bui j crea,-d
Seirg. Sar, *. oppoine is Michael. the
archangel
Satanm i oul i. Jdetro ihe obje [l ,:,
God's loe and affection He is oul Io
desnoo .ou. aho %were made m God's
Image Thai t ha3 Paul meant \%hen
he ijd. 'For we ,restle not agajist flesh
and blood but against the puor._
of this dark world... tNIV)." The battle
is not physical. If you don't understand
that, you can go completely through life
losing the battle and not even know you
were in the fight.
Is that a scary thought? Yes, it is.
But with the Spirit of Christ you can
overcome. C.S. Lewis said this, "There
are two equal and opposite errors into
which our race can fall about the devils.
One is to disbelieve in their existence.
The other is to believe, and to feel an
excessive and unhealthy interest in
them."


ANOINTED TO REACH

THE LOST MINISTRIES -
My beloved readers: .--
Easter has corn- n-" gonewith a blast of
rne,,'. v.We all'relived the death and resur-
rection of our beloved Lord (Jesus). We have
taken down our cross and purple cloth. My life
seemed renewed as I read of that day, when he gave his life for all of us.
I praise him because he is worthy of all our praise, for all he has given
us, our life, our right mind. Let us lift Him up now, where you are. Let's
esteem Him highly. Lift him in your heart, He's listening.
Capture these words in your heart, they are anointed by God. Let's
touch and agree that, when praises go up, blessings come down.
The flowers have bloomed out in their fullness. It reminds me when
Jesus rose, he came forth in His fullness. Read Psalm: 95.
Yours in Christ,
Anointed To Reach The Lost Ministries




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From Darkness (192

The'Summers Family of
and Priscilla Br

by Glenn E. Summers
A Liberty County family of The new sc
both parents and six children finished an
to be joined soon by a seventh
were enjoying life in the Florida school there i
sun, suddenly sunshine turned to day at school
clouds. Many people were com-
ing and going. A nurse moved if any of us,
irito our house; a local doctor indoor toilet
slept in the front room nightly;
a new Emory educated doctor was designate,
from Quincy came to our house for a lesson i
everyday. equipment
After two weeks the clouds equipment. Eve
turned to midnight darkness, until the leader
Bauche is dead; confusion turns The noise was
to bedlam. A big box is brought
into the front room and Papa is roar ofa pack
moved there. We take a ride in whereupon a st
a very big car to a strange place
where many strange people adjoining stair
were moving around. Three of of damage to
the younger children were not
allowed to leave the car. The
car was very large and we could
walk around in it. Mama is grieving grieving emotion-
ally, uncontrollably.
Papa is not coming back. All Papa's clothes, busi-
ness papers, and records are placed in a large trunk and
locked. People came and drove away in Papa's new
Model T Ford. Papa will never come home. The self-
selected country squire advised that young boys should
not be raised in a home with an automobile.
Everything that reminded us of Bauche was moved
away except his leather strap that sharpened his straight
razor. After Mama learned to use that strap for child cor-
rective purposes, we often had regrets that it was left.
The Florida land boom is over, the economic reces-
sion only adds to the dark depression of the family. We
have no money, insurance was less than doctor bills.
Mama can earn $30 per month for 7 or 8 months of
teaching. A part of this must be discounted in order to
turn vouchers into cash.
Mama said we have a house, a horse and eighty acres.
We will not starve if we work hard and grow enough
food and preserve enough to go through the winter. Our
kitchen with a wood stove becomes a canning plant ev-
ery summer. We grew peanuts to produce pork for our
own use and to trade for things we could not grow. We
never could say we.went hungry, but we were allowed to

hir


MEMOIR:

?7) to Daybreak (1940)

Jacob Archibald (Bauche)
acewell Summers

say we ate a lot of thin)
'hool house was did not care for.
id we started to The new school
was finished and we si
n 1931. Thefirst to school there in 1931
was tragic. Few, first day at school was t
Few, if any of us, had
had ever seen an seen an indoor toilet
. An older student older student was design
to take the boys for a 1
d to take the boys in using the new equip
n using the new Everything went well
the leader flushed the
'rything went well let. The noise was gr
flushed the toilet. than the roar of a pac
than the mountain lion, where]
greater stampede down the ac
of mountain lion, ing stairs resulted in a
impede down the damage to arms and leg
At school my first
s resulted in a lot I saw a student in my
arms and legs. searching thru garbage
on the school grounds
found a biscuit and
for breakfast. I told tl


gs we

house
tarted
. The
ragic.
t ever
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nated
esson
ment.
until
e toi-
reater
ck of
pon a
djoin-
lot of
gs.
year
class
cans
s. He
ate it
his to


Mama, and she told me not to talk about that, she would
report it.
Another school experience involved my lunch. A fel-
low student had my lunch. I told Mama "XX" has my
lunch. She agreed since she had put it together, but told
me not to say any more about it, she would share her
lunch with me. The foregoing convinced me that you
could be very poor and without any money, and still be
lucky.
We must go to school. No question about it, you go
to school unless you are very sick. We never missed a
day for any other reason.
Finally Mama decided that we had to break the cycle
of a Summers doing something other than logging, fish-
ing and hunting. In this misery she sent one of her boys
to the University of Florida. It was a financial struggle
from week to week, but a very successful beginning of
a run of five Summers boys studying at the University
of Florida.
Alas, Roosevelt defeated Wilkee, and we felt assured
Franklin Roosevelt would keep Hitler out of America.
We are about to see the day break from our years of
family depression and deprivation.
Soon five of the six boys will be in the armed forces
of the United States of Afnerica and fully employed.


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RILEE DEE
RUDD
Rilee Dee Rudd celebrated
her fourth birthday on April
17. She is the daughter of
Chris and Chesnee Rudd
of Bristol. Her grandparents
are Ricky and Shelly
Stafford of Bristol, Ken and
Linda Rudd of Hosford,
and George and Cammie
Gonzalez of Utah. Rilee
celebrated her special day
with a Disney Princess
party at her home with lots
of family and friends. Rilee
enjoys playing outside with
all of her animals especially
her dog, Susie and spending
time with her cousins,
Carson and Aiden.


BRADY LANE
ENFINGER
Brady Lane Enfinger cel-
ebrated his second birth-
day on April 21 at home
with family. He was joined
by all his friends and fam-
ily at Four Mile Creek Park
Saturday with a Tigger &
Pooh Super Sleuth birth-
day party. He also looks
forward to a trip to Wild Ad-
ventures this week. Brady
is the son of Samantha and
Marty Enfinger of Altha.
His grandparents are Eu-
gene and Linda Silcox of
Altha and Ken Enfinger of
Alabama and Penny Enfin-
ger of Marianna. His great-
grandfather is Hinton Kirk-
land of Marianna. Brady
enjoys spending time with
his family and friends, rid-
ing the 4-wheeler with his
daddy and being the prince
of our little hill.


EMMA LEANN BYNOG
Emma Leann Bynog will cel-
ebrate her second birthday
on April 23. Emma is the
daughter of Christy (Bynog)
Burch of Hosford and Mat-
thew Bynog of Blountstown.
Her grandparents are Lola
and Larry Burch of Hosford.
Emma enjoys spending time
with her big brother, Alex.


SAMUEL MADDOX
TAUNTON
Samuel Maddox Taunton cel-
ebrated his first birthday on
April 5. He is the son of Krysti
and Wes Taunton. His grand-
parents are Sammy and Jill
Shuler of Bristol and David
andAbigail Taunton of Wewa-
hitchka. Samuel enjoys riding
the tractor with his Growler
and playing outside.


AMBER NICHOLE
FINCH
Amber Nichole Finch
celebrated her 11th birthday
on April 10. She is the
daughter of Nick and Angela
Finch of Bristol. Her maternal
grandparents are William and
Margie Woodham of Bristol
and paternal grandparents
are the late George and Dixie
Finch of Carlisle, IA. Amber
loves horses and also enjoys
reading, artistry and spending
time outdoors.


TRYSTON LANE
LOPEZ
Tryston Lane Lopez cel-
ebrated his fourth birthday
on April 21. He is the son of
Ashley and Stacey Lewis
and Jorge Lopez of Hos-
ford. His grandparents are
Robin and Bobby Black-
burn and Bill and Angeli-
ca Holley, all of Hosford,
Rhonda and Jerry Lewis
of Bristol and Pat and Tony
Conley of Marianna. Trys-
ton enjoys playing with his
two stepbrothers, Trenton
and Taylor, and all of his
cousins. He loves going to
Meme and Big Bob's and
Granny and Grandpa's
house. He also like playing
t-ball.


JULIETTE SUSANNA
SHULER
Juliette Susanna Shuler
celebrated her first birth-
day on April 12 with a
party attended by fam-
ily and friends. She is the
daughter or Joseph and
Becky Shuler of Hosford.
Juliette is a delightful little
girl who always has a smile
and makes others happy.
She loves playing with her
older brothers, Matthew
and Jonathan Shuler. Ju-
liette enjoys being outside,
especially being pushed
in her new swing. She is
crawling all around and
likes to play with her dolls,
toys and looking at board
books. She is adored by all
her family members, espe-
cially her Papa and Grand-
ma Joe and Marlene of
Hosford, and her Grandpa
on Gramma David and
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Continuing education at Chipola
MARIANNA-Chipola College will offer a variety of short
courses in the coming weeks.
The following Mandatory training for Child Care Facility
Personnel and Family Child Care Home are scheduled: Rules and
Regulations (center), April 21 & 23, 6 to 9 p.m.; Costs range from
$17 to $43 depending on length of course.
An Observing & Recording Child Behavior course will meet
Monday's and Wednesday's, May 7 through June 16, from 6 to
9:20 p.m. Cost is $191.
Chipola also offers custom workshops. The following are
available: Eat That Frog: Stop Procrastinating and Get More
Done; Whale Done: The Power of Positive Relationships;
The Pygmalion Effect: Managing the Power of Expectations;
Discussing Performance; The Attitude Virus: Curing Negativity in
the Workplace; Team Building: What makes a Good Team Player?;
and After All, You're the Supervisor!
Gatlin Education Services (GES) offers, open enrollment, online
courses in: health care, internet graphics/web design, business,
law and travel. Register online at www.gatlineducation.com/
chipola.





Zion United Pentecostal Church, Liberty County Senior Citizens,
Liberty County Sheriff's Office, Corinth Baptist Church, Big
Bend Hospice, Dr. Robert Rowland and staff. Dr. David Tedrick
and staff and all the special family and friends that helped to
take care of our loved one. Words can not express our love and
appreciation.
Shirley Colvin & Family, Pat Hires & Family
Ann Kincaid & Family

The family of Bessie Wynn would like to thank everyone
who helped make her birthday such a big success. Thanks to
those who attended the party. A special thanks to those who
helped with the preparation, helped served and those that
appeared on program. Thank you for the flowers, gifts, and
well wishes. Without you the event would not have been the
huge success it was.
The family of Bessie Wynn
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Nall of Louisville, KY is to
wed Jason Mercer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl (Chuck) Mercer
of Greensboro. The ceremony
will be held on May 3 at Good
Shepherd Catholic Church in
Tallahassee.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Butler High School, Western
Kentucky University and Florida
State University, where she
received a BA in Music and a
Master's in Music Therapy. She
is employed by Heritage Oaks
Senior Living Community in
Tallahassee.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Liberty County High School and
Flagler College, where he received
a Bachelor's degree in Business
Administration. He is employed
by Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
in Tallahassee.


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GRAYSON COLE
LEWIS
Grayson Cole Lewis was
born on April 7, 2008 in San
Diego, CA at 5:26 p.m. and
weighed 6 Ibs. and 9 oz.
and was 20.5 inches long.
His parents are Mike and
Nicole Lewis of Kansas
City, MO. Mike is a former
Bristol resident. Paternal
grandparents and great-
grand parents of Grayson
are John and Brenda
Lewis of Tampa and Dave
and Florence Powers of
Kansas City, MO and the
late John Gordon and
Lavoris Lewis of Bristol and
the late Troy and Vinnie
Phillips McMillan of Bristol.
Maternal grandparents
are Kathy Estaban of
San Diego CA. Grayson
has many great aunts
and uncles and cousins
in the Calhoun-Liberty
area as well as Kansas
City and Panama City.
Grayson also has two half
sisters, Mackenzie, 12 and
Hannah, 10 of Panama
City.


CASON MONROE
PEDDLE
Chase and Randi
Peddle of Hosfordare
proud to announce
the birth of their son, ,.
Cason Monroe Ped- :
die, born on Nov. 10,
2007. He weighed 7 -
Ibs. and 10 oz. and
measured 19.5 inch-
es long. Maternal grandparents are John and Teri Hays of
Deland. Paternal grandparents are Hilda and Charles Pippin
and Monroe and Katrina Peddie. Great-grandparents include
Richard and Judy Gilkerson, Darlene and Malone Peddle and
Joe and Cletta Chason.

MALONA MAE
N- .'. PULLAM
Anthony and Kerstin
.. Pullam are proud to
'announce the birth of
their princess, Malona
Mae Pullam, born on
Feb. 2, 2008 at 9:34
': a.m. She weighed 7
lbs. and 15 oz. and
measured 20.5 inches
long. Proud grandpar-
ents are Charles and
Hilda Pippin, Monroe
and Katrina Peddie,
and Charlie and Anne
Pullam. Proud great-grandparents are Darleen Peddie and
the late Malone Peddie, the late Joe and Cletta Mae Chason,


Rhoden and Jackelene Pullam,
and the late Virginia Gowan.


JEFFERY JAY
UHRICK III
Jeffery and Felicia Uhrick are
proud to announce the birth of
their son, Jeffery Jay Uhrick ll,
born on March 23, 2008. He
weighed 5 Ibs. and 4 oz. and
measured 173/4 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are


Walter and Jeannette Joiner,


Marilynn and Archie Harris of Bristol. Paternal grandparents
are Jeff Uhrick and Gloria Smith of Bristol, June Uhrick ofAltha.
The parents would like to thank everyone for their support and
prayers while they entered the new world of parenthood.


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May activities announced for Liberty County Sr. Citizens


Friday, April 25 8 a.m.
at the Bristol Boat Landing,
registration begins for the
Liberty County Senior Citizens
Annual Flathead Fishing
Tournament to raise funds to
help continue services for the
seniors of Liberty County. The
tournament begins at 5 p.m.
Friday and continues through
1 p.m. Saturday, April 26.
Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, French
Fries, and beverages will be
sold Friday and Saturday.
You can enter the drawing for
$1,000 for a $2 donation per


ticket. The drawing will be
on Saturday at 2 p.m. Winner
does not have to be present to
win. Call 643-5690 for further
information.
A representative will be
available Friday and Saturday
at the Bristol Boat Landing
to discuss services provided
by Liberty County Senior
Citizens and Liberty County
Transit.
Wednesday, May 7 The
Liberty County Senior Citizens
Advisory Council will meet at
1:45 p.m. at the Bristol Senior


Companion Program provides

jobs for low-income sr. citizens
BLOUNTSTOWN -The Senior Companion Program (SCP)
of Elder Care Services currently has openings for low-income
seniors to participate in Calhoun County. The Senior Companion
Program is for healthy, active seniors age 60+. SCPs serve 20
hours per week assisting frail elderly clients in their homes. In
return for their service, SCPs
earn a modest tax-free stipend,
mileage reimbursement, free
accident/liability insurance,
recognition, earn paid leave
and participate in on-going
training. The monthly stipend
earned by SCPs is not subject
to any tax or considered as
wages for the purpose of any
public assistance.
Senior Companions typically
provide companionship, respite
care, and light homemaker
services in the homes of
designated clients. s
Any one interested in
becoming a Senior Companion L ib
should contact Calhoun County Ly
SCP Volunteer Coordinator, -Fed/
Mary Milton at 245-5935 or
508-6315.


The Senior Companion
Program is federallyfunded by
the Corporation for National
Service and sponsored by
Elder Care Services, Inc., a
United Way Agency.



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Emergencies:
(850) 856-5827 or (850) 856-5918
Hours:
Monday- Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
DOCTOR'S HOURS BY APPOINTMENT.
We provide: Boarding
Grooming Preventative Health-
care programs which include
vaccinations and yearly checkups
Spay/neuter program to reduce
unwanted puppies/kittens.
PLUS MANY OTHER SERVICES.
CALL US ANYTIME IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS.
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Center.
Thursday, May 8 -
Marianna Wal-Mart shopping.
Call Liberty Transit at 643-2524
no later than 3 p.m., Monday,
May 5 to reserve your ride.
Thursday, May 8 7 p.m.,
at the Veterans Memorial Park
Civic Center, Liberty Music
& Drama Troupe presents, "
An Evening At The Theatre
IV. "Admission is $3. Seniors
(age 60 plus) may call Liberty
Transit at 643-2524 no later
than 3 p.m., Monday, May 5 to
arrange for Transit to pick you
up and take you to this event.
Call 643-5690 for further
information.


Tuesday, May 13 A
representative from Legal
Services of North Florida
will be at the Bristol Senior
Center at 11 a.m.. Anyone
who would like to discuss any
legal concerns/questions with
the representative may call
643-5690. For transportation
to the Senior Center, call
Liberty Transit at 643-2524
no later than 3 p.m., Thursday,
May 8.
Thursday,May 15-Piggly
Wiggly grocery shopping and
lunch. Call Liberty Transit at
643-2524 no later than 3 p.m.,
Monday, May 12 to reserve
your Transit ride.
Monday, May 19 The
Liberty County Senior Citizens
Board of Directors will meet.at
7 p.m. at the Bristol Senior
Center. Residents of Liberty
County are invited to attend.


Thursday, May 22 Back
to Marianna Wal-Mart for
shopping and having lunch in
Marianna. Call Liberty Transit
at 643-2524 no later than 3
p.m., Monday, May 22 for
Transit reservations.
Monday, May 26 Liberty
County Senior Citizens (Bristol
and Hosford) and Liberty
County Transit will be closed
for observance of Memorial
Day.
Thursday, May 29 Call
Liberty Transit at 643-2524 no
later than 3 p.m., Tuesday, May
27 if you want to go shopping
at the Piggly Wiggly.
Saturday, May 31 -
Another trip to the Sopchoppy
Opry has been scheduled. Call
Liberty Transit at 643-2524
no later than 3 p.m., Friday,
May 23 to reserve your transit
ride.


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LOCATION: 11033 NW State Road 20

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Bristol, Florida 32321


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The Liberty County School Board 'would like to
thank all the local businesses and individuals for
the generous contributions they gave towards
the banquet honoring our retirees and Teacher
and Employee of the Year candidates from each
school. Because of their gifts the individuals being
honored felt truly valued by their community for the
service they have provided to our future citizens.








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School, team members: (not in order) Ashley Adams, Eric Jones, Harlea Perdue.


High


Chipola announces Math Olympic winners


MARIANNA Some 200
students representing 14 area
high schools participated in the
24th annual Chipola College
Math Olympiad on March 27.
Students competed
individually on written exams
in Algebra I and II, Geometry,
Trigonometry and Calculus.
Teams competed in three
Ciphering competitions and for
Team Awards that are earned
through highest combined scores
on the written exams. For their
hard work, the students earned
certificates of participation and
were treated to lunch. The
event concluded with an awards
ceremony in the college Arts
Center.
CIPHERING TEAM
WINNERS ARE:
Algebra I-first,
Blountstown High School,
team members: David Leonard,
Eric Jones, Steward Herndon;
second, Holmes County High
School, team members: Koleton
Forehand, Kolton Sellers, Jon
Pendoley.
Algebra II-first,
Blountstown High School,
team members: Harlea Perdue,
Travis Pittman, Max Herndon;
second, Holmes County High
School, team members: Audrey
Kandzer, Hope Syfrett, Christy


Bess.
Geometry-first, Marianna
High School, team members:
Jaren Bannerman, Ketelyn
Miller, Paul Gochenaur; second,
Holmes County High School,
team members: Macy Miles,
Mika Moore, Hannah Pippin.
INDIVIDUAL AWARD
WINNERS BY
CATEGORY ARE:
Algebra I-first,
Blountstown High School,
David Leonard; second,
Blountstown High School, Eric
Jones; third, Blountstown High
School, Steward Hernandon;
fourth, Holmes County High
School, Koleton Forehand;
fifth, Holmes County High
School, Jon Pendoley; sixth,
Chipley High School, Luke
Hinson; seventh (tie), Chipley
High School, Mattea Harbour;
Chipley High School, Michael
Pritchard; eighth (tie), Marianna
High School, Paul Kelson;
Altha Public School, Tyler
McCoy; ninth, Graceville High
School, Carly Wilson; tenth
(tie), Marianna High School,
Krista Folds; Bethlehem High
School, Lucas French.
Algebra II-first,
Blountstown High School,
Travis Pittman; second, Chipley
High School, Jessica O'Keefe;
third, Blountstown High School,
Harlea Perdue; fourth, Graceville
High School, Cole Nunley; fifth,
Bethlehem High School, Ethan
Thomas; sixth, Holmes County
High School, Hope Syfrett;
seventh (tie), Blountstown High
School, Max Herndon; Sneads
High School, Michael Roberts;
eighth (tie), Marianna High
School, Maria Oseika; Chipley
High School, Adriane Guettler;
ninth (tie), Holmes County
High School, Audrey Kandzer;
Holmes County High School,
Christy Bess; Chipley High
School, Alyssa Munns; tenth,
Poplar Springs High School,
Robert Hawkins.


Geometry-first, Marianna
High School, Katelyn Miller;
second, Marianna High School,
Paul Gochenaur; third (tie),
Marianna High School, Jaren
Bannerman; Blountstown High
School, Ashley Adams; fourth,
Blountstown High School,
Aubrey Tharpe; fifth (tie), Altha
Public School, Lucas Basford;
Vernon High School, Victoria
Tanaka; sixth, Bethlehem High
School, Sabrina Robinson;
seventh (tie), Graceville High
School, Garrett Steverson;
Vernon High School, Jessica
Hendrix; eighth, Chipley High
School, Caitlin Smith; ninth,
Holmes County High School,
Macy Miles; tenth, Bethlehem
High School, Whitley Albury.
Trigonometry-first,
Marianna High School, Alex
Nowell; second, Marianna High
School, Danielle Rabon; third
(tie), Marianna High School,
Justin Carr; Holmes County
High School, Ashlee Eaton;
fourth, Holmes Courity High
School, Rebecca Foxworth; fifth,
Holmes County High School,
David Birge; sixth, Chipley
High School, Miranda Shaw;
seventh, Holmes County High
School, Gary Moore; eighth,
Bethlehem High School, Megan
McDonald; ninth, Graceville
High School, Jennifer Keller;
tenth, Marianna High School,
Stephanie Lawson.
Calculus-first, Sneads
High School, David Williams;
second, Marianna High School,
Dallin Kelson; third, Marianna
High School, Adam Brisolara;
fourth, Chipley High School,
Ashley Jones; fifth, Mariana
High School, Stephanie Lawson;
sixth, Chipley High School,
Allison Ellis; seventh, Chipley
High School, Chris Peyton;
eighth, Sneads High School,
Allen Chen; ninth, Chipley
High School, Vanessa Kern;
and tenth, Sneads High School,
Mary Perkins.


JEANIE WHITTAKER GARGIULO
She spent her weekends and summers fishing and hunting with her dad, Herbert
S Whittaker in Liberty County, Florida. Her dad was born in Donaldsonville, GA and
his parents, Bud and Beulah Whittaker moved to Bristol, FL when he was four
years old. He graduated from LCHS in 1951, went to Barber College and then
married Lois Corbit from Waycross, GA. He served eight years on the Liberty Co.
School Board and he served approximately fifteen years on the Senior Citizens
Board.
Jeanie Whittaker Gargiulo graduated from Choctaw High School in Fort Walton
Beach, FL in 1971, got her Associate of Arts Degree from OWC in 1973, got
her Bachelor of Science Degree from FSU in "Home Economics" in 1975. She interned under Mrs. Sheila
Shelton at LCHS in January of 1975. She got her Master's Degree in "Educational Leadership" at FAMU in-
1997. Jeanie is now one of two "Intensive Reading Teachers" at East Gadsden High School. Her students
have flunked the FCAT five times. She is a hard working Christian lady who sets high goals for herself and
her students plus she has had an 85% success rate with FCAT results.
Jeanie is running for the office of "Clerk of Court" in Liberty County. She has submitted her petitions, gotten
them approved and now is ready to knock on doors. Get ready to see her smiling face, shake her hand and
consider giving her your vote and support.
Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Jeanie Whittaker Gargiulo, Democrat for Clerk of Court


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Left to right: New
retirees Shelia
Shelton, Linda
Edenfield and
Ernestine "Tootsie"
Hires Henthorne
are shown at
right with School
Superintendent
David Summers.
TOLAR Teacher of
the Year: Harriet Brady,
District Winner; Employee
of the Year: Dawn Arrant,
District Winner; Retiree:
Sara Elder
LCHS Teacher of the
Year: Tina Goodman; Em-
ployee of the Year: Myra
Singletary
HOSFORD- Teacher
of the Year: Linda Bontrag-
er; Employee of the Year:
Carolyn Fowler
LEAC/BYA- Teacher
of the Year: Chaille Eike-
land: Employee of the Year:
Martha Jane Jacobs
Retirees: Linda Eden-
field, Ernestine "Tootsie"
Hires Henthome, Wanda
Reddick and Shelia Shel-
ton
Transportation
& Maintenance
Employee of the Year:
Pat Johnson


Staff, teachers and retirees are honored


at Liberty County School District banquet


The Liberty County School Board held a banquet Friday evening
to honor all of their retirees as well as each of the school site Teacher
of the Year candidates and Employee of the Year candidates.
Those attending were entertained with very moving music per-
formed by Sharon Henderson Ebersole and enjoyed a delicious meal
catered by Chef Vernon Tanner of Chartwells, the school food ser-
vice provider.
Each person being recognized was honored by their supervisor as
well as a few video remarks by their colleagues and students.
In addition to words of affirmation there were numerous door
prizes for the honorees provided by local businesses. Karen Ped-
die, Director of Administration for the Liberty County School Board
presented each honoree with memorabilia related to the event theme
and thanked them for making a difference in the lives of the students
and staff through their determination.
The theme was based on the following story:
Each fall, Monarch butterflies in Maine begin an unbelievable jour-
ney to a hilltop in Mexico. How do they do it? They focus on the goal,
not the difficulties. Each day they take their bearings and set off, allow-
ing their instincts and desire to steer them. They accept what comes:
some winds blow them off course, others speed them along. They keep
flying until, one day, they arrive. Their determination makes the differ-
ence.


As a teacher each fall, you begin an unbelievable journey too. You
take the bruised and battered children of our community and help them
find the path to success. How do you do it? You focus on the goal,
not the difficulties. Each day you take your bearings and set off al-
lowing your love and devotion to steer you. You accept what comes:
some students cry, some resist, some even quit, some parents rant and
rave to slow you down, as do some co-workers, but still others speed
you along your journey. You keep flying until, one day; you and your
students arrive. You assist your students in achieving an education and
more importantly you help them develop a belief that they can achieve.
Your determination makes the difference.
As an employee of the year, you also begin an unbelievable journey
each fall. You take the bruised and battered facilities and equipment of
our district and help them become a path of success for our students.
How do you do it? You focus on the goal, not the difficulties. Each day
you take your bearings and set off allowing your commitment and de-
votion to steer you. You accept what comes: some facilities scream for
attention, some can be supported with lots of TLC, some even fall apart.
Some administrators rant and rave to slow you down, as do some co-
workers, but still others speed you along yourjourney. You keep flying
until, one day; you and your facilities and equipment arrive. You assist
our students in achieving an education and more importantly you help
to keep them safe. Your determination makes the difference.


VOTE FOR AND ELECT



EDDIE JOE WHITE

L1 8ERTY COW Y UNTY 8 'E FF

Hello Liberty County, my name is Eddie Joe White.
Election time is upon us and as your candidate for sheriff I thought I would take this opportunity to intro-
duce myself to those of you who may not know me and my beautiful family.
I am a proud and lifelong resident of Liberty County. The son of Bill White and Nettie Leigh Sminth.
Grandson of the late Leon and Stella Mae White and Bill and Verna Rankin.
I am married to the love of my life "Lynn", who is the daughter of Jack and the late Carol Lindsey Revell.
I have two daughters, Jordan Leigh (15) and Shelby Lynn (13), who really inspire me to be the best I can
be.
We are members of the First Baptist Church of Bristol. We are an active family in the community and
enjoy the people and our lives in Liberty County, and recognize how precious our way of life here is.
As citizens of Liberty County we are faced with a changing of the guard, as it were, in the Sheriff's De-
partment. On August 26th, 2008, we will each as individuals be given the opportunity to vote for progress
and true law enforcement in our county. As a candidate qualified to lead the Sheriff's department inio the
future, I vow that when elected, I will work diligently to make a positive change within the community.
Some of my qualifications include approximately seventeen years of law enforcement and corrections experience, many of which were
spent serving the citizens of Liberty County as a deputy sheriff. A fact that I am very proud of! As a deputy I recognized and remembered the
changes that need to be made in order to make a real impact on crime. I am currently employed at Florida State Hospital were I am charged
with investigative and supervisory responsibilities of a facility that staffs over 2000 employees and houses approximately 1000 residents. I have
state certifications in law enforcement and corrections with over 700 hours of additional training in areas like "drug recognition" and "domestic
violence".
As a campaign platform, I would offer equal and fair law enforcement throughout the county. A real war on drugs that will never be lied to
a political time line or agenda. I will work tirelessly to make the Liberty County Sheriff's Department financially sound as county wide budget
concerns are looming in the near future. I will conduct the Sheriff's business with an openness and honesty that will lay the foundation for a
trusting relationship between the Sheriff's Department and the community.. I will be accessible twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and
promise to react quickly to your concerns. I will apply the law proactively rather than reactively in order to keep our families and property sale.
I will recognize and treat our counties senior population with the respect they deserve.
In closing, I would like to leave you with a thought on what is important to me. God and my family are paramount. I try very hard to conduct
my life ethically and honorably. I am proud of who I am and I am ready to be the next Sheriff of Liberty County. I look forward to speaking with
each of you individually and will be glad to answer any questions at 379-8609 or by e-mail at eddiejoe.white@yahoo.com.
Sincerely,

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Chipola students honored


for academic excellence


MARIANNA-Chipola College
officials recognized the academic
accomplishments of two academic students
recently.
Glen Thompson of Malone was named
to USA Today's All-American Academic
Second Team and to the All Florida
Academic First Team.
Alicia Hatcher was named to USA
Today's All-American Academic Third
Team andto the All Florida Academic First
Team. She also was one of 20 students
recognized internationally as a Guistwhite
Scholar.
Both students were featured in an April
issue of USA Today. Both students are key
members of the Chipola Nu Chi Chapter
of Phi Theta Kappa, the International
Honor Society for Two-Year Colleges.
Chipola earned a Distinguished Service
Hallmark Award at the recent international
convention. Alicia Hatcher was presented a
Distinguished Chapter Officer Award.
Glen Thompson is the Service officer
for the Chipola's Phi Theta Kappa Honor
Society. Much of his work has been
environmental in nature. During his
freshmen year he led Phi Theta Kappa in a
project to purchase the rights to Al Gore's
movie "An Inconvenient Truth." He rented
the local movie theater and provided two
free public showings a month before the
national release.
Thompson also has worked to help
his community prepare for disaster by
organizing a Community Emergency
Response Training Team on campus.
He worked with the Adopt-a-school
and Project Prom initiatives for Hurricane
Katrina victims in Bay St. Louis,


Mississippi. The Chipola team provided
school supplies and encouragement to the
students.
Thompson coordinated breast cancer
awareness seminar on campus and raised
money for the American Cancer Society,
Habitat and United Way
Thompson is the son of Marcia and
Tommy Thompson.
Alicia Hatcher was named to USA
Today's All-American Academic Third
Team and to the All Florida Academic
First Team. She was one of 20 students
recognized internationally as a Guistwhite
Scholar. She is also a Coca-Cola Foundation
Scholar.
An early-admission student to Chipola,
she is a member of Chipola Honors
program, president of the Mu Alpha Theta
Math Honorary and Public Relations officer
in the college's award-winning chapter of
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
She was a leader in Phi Theta Kappa's
Project Prom for hurricane Katrina victims
at Bay St. Louis High School in Mississippi.
She led a team of Chipola students who
collected 250 prom gowns and put on a
prom for students at the hurricane-ravaged
school.
Hatcher said, "This project made me
value the simple things in my life that
I take for granted each day. I will be a
lifetime believer in the power of service
projects and the power of one person to
make a difference in the lives of others.
Walking into prom, I knew our hard work
had made a difference in the lives of those
students and ours."
Hatcher also is a Chipola Student
Ambassador and a member of the


SPRINGTIME SPLENDOR
The yard of Kay Weed's Blountstown home on
Elmore Avenue was bursting with spring color
last week as her many amaryllis bulbs came into
bloom. She said she started with five or six bulbs
about a decade ago. "Each year we split them
and grow more," she says. Now, she says she has
hundreds around her home. SHARON AUSTIN PHOTO


Student Government
Association. She has
worked to promote
literacy to students
of all ages. She led a
project to provide each
elementary school in the
district a free book. She
also organized a book-
signing for Paula Stark,
author of Abraham the
Alligator.
In the Characters
with Class program
Chipola students visited
local schools and wore
costumes to represent
characters from various
books. The "Behind the
Scenes," project brought
middle schools to the
college to construct life-
size scenes from a novel
they had read.
Hatcher also worked
to conduct a free ACT
prep course and served as
a tutor in the Academic
Center for Excellence
learning lab on campus.
Hatcher was the 2007
Salutatorian at Graceville
High. She was crowned
Miss Florida Palm in
2007. She is the daughter
of Chuck and Patte
Hatcher of Greenwood.
She is active in the Youth
group of the First Baptist
Church of Graceville.
During the summer, she
works as a lifeguard at
Blue Springs Recreation
Area.


Caloun County queens owned
Jennifer DeVyust was crowned the new Miss Calhoun County at
Saturday's pageant in Blountstown. She is shown seated above
at center. Other winners included, standing in front, Little Miss
Calhoun County Catrina Miles and Tiny Miss Calhoun County
Karah McDougald. Standing at far left is Junior Miss winner Brit-
tany Bridges and shown at right is Teen Miss Jaycee Richards and
Young Miss Taylor McDougald. KRISTEN BATEMAN PHOTOS


ABOVE LEFT:
Christina Mears
was named
Miss Spirit of
Calhoun Coun-
ty. ABOVE
RIGHT: Karah
McDougald an-
swers a ques-
tion onstage
from Mistress
of Ceremonies
Jami Lynn Dan-
iels. RIGHT:
Previous pag-
eant winners
strike a pose for
the audience.







Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL APRIL 23, 2008


Wildcats' 7th inning rally against Devils falls short


BONIFAY, APRIL 17--A
seventh inning comeback staged
by the Altha Wildcats (18-6, 2-2A)
against the 3A Holmes County Blue
Devils came up three runs short as
Altha lost 6-4 last Thursday.
The Wildcats scratched out a run
in their first at bat. Leadoff batter
Josh McIntosh reached second
base on a fielding error by the first
baseman. He advanced to third base
on a passed ball. Tad Scott scored
McIntosh with a sacrifice bunt.
Holmes County (19-6) tallied all
their runs in the first two innings.


They scored 4 in the first inning and
2 in the second.
The Wildcats made it a 6-3 game
in the third inning. Tad Scott drew
one of 13 walks issued by the Blue
Devils' pitching staff. Scott then
stole second and third base. With
two outs, Jake Edenfield lasered
a screaming double to left field to
plate Scott. Ethan Byler followed
with a scorching double of his own
to right centerfield that allowed
Edenfield to cross the dish.
In the top of the seventh inning,
Tad Scott reached on his third


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by Jim Mclntosh,
contributing sports writer
consecutive walk. With one out three
Wildcats-Jake Edenfield, Ethan
Byler, and Keith Kirkpatrick-
drew three straight walks. Scott


Minutes from the March 11 Liberty County School


Official minutes from the Liberty County
School Board meeting March 11, 2008
as recorded by the board secretary
The meeting was called to order
by Chairman Kyle Peddie. Mem-
bers present at the meeting were
Tommy Duggar, Roger Reddick,
Darrel Hayes, James Flowers,
Kyle Peddie and Superintendent
David H. Summers.
1. The prayer was offered by Hal
Summers and the Pledge of Alle-
giance was led by Shelia Shelton.
2. Motion was made by Reddick,
seconded by Hayes and carried
unanimously to adopt the agenda
with emergency items.
3. CONSENT ITEMS
A. Approval of Minutes
February 5, 2008
February 12, 2008
B. Principals Reports for Feb-
ruary, 2008.
C. Financial Statements for
February, 2008.
D. BudgetAmendments 110-02,
340-02, 370-02, 420-02.
Motion was made by Flowers,
seconded by Hayes and carried
unanimously to approve the above
consent items.
4. ACTION ITEMS:
1. Motion was made by Dug-
gar, seconded by Reddick and
carried unanimously to approve
request for students to attend Lib-
erty County Adult School and take
the GED upon completion of pre-
scribed coursework.
2. Motion was made by Flow-
ers, seconded by Hayes and car-
ried unanimously to approve re-
quest for permission to approve
School Board Policy changes (SB
Policy 2.42 Legal Services for Em-
ployees and SB Policy 2.95 Title I
Parent Involvement Policy).
3. Motion was made by Flow-
ers, seconded by Reddick and
carried unanimously to approve
request for permission to adver-
tise proposed School Board Policy
change (SB Policy 6.78 Social Se-
curity Numbers).
4. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Duggar and carried


unanimously to approve Contract
with Dexter Barber Builders, Inc.
for Phase II of Hosford Siding
Project ($79,950.00).
5. Motion was made by Red-
dick, seconded by Duggar and
carried unanimously to approve
Addendum to Contract for Phase
I of the Hosford Siding Project for
additional cost of $2,160.00.
6. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Flowers and carried
unanimously to approve Adden-
dum to Contract for Phase II of
the Hosford Siding Project for ad-
ditional cost of $5,400.00.
7. Motion was made by Red-
dick, seconded by Duggar and
carried unanimously to approve
2008-09 Calendars for the follow-
ing:
Liberty County School
Calendar (10 Month)
Liberty County 12 Month
Calendar
-Liberty County Early
Learning Center (Child Care)
Liberty Wilderness
Crossroads Camp
Bristol Youth Academy
Apalachicola Forest
Youth Camp.
8. Motion was made by Flow-
ers, seconded by Hayes and car-
ried unanimously to approve
Inservice Program for Add-On
Endorsement in the Area of Driv-
er Education/ Traffic Safety and
in the Area of Athletic Coaching/
Sports Medicine.
5. PERSONNEL
1. Motion was made by Dug-
gar, seconded by Reddick and
carried unanimously to approve
recommendation of Deborah Clark
as Paraprofessional at W.R. Tolar
beginning 2-26-08.
6. OLD BUSINESS
Summers discussed his rec-
ommendation regarding Harold
Brown's request for payment for
estimate work he had done. He
requested that the Board give him
their opinion.
7. INFORMATION AND DIS-
CUSSION ITEMS


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Motion was made by Dug-
gar and seconded by Reddick to
change the Board Meeting time
from 6:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. begin-
ning with the April meeting. For
motion: Duggar, Reddick, Hayes,
Peddie. Against motion: Flow-
ers.
EMERGENCY ITEMS:
1. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Flowers and carried
unanimously to approve Financial,
Operational, and Federal Single
Audit of Liberty County District
School Board for the Fiscal Year
Ended June 30, 2007.
2. Motion was made by Duggar,


scored the Wildcats final run after
Kirkpatrick's walk. Josh Warner
grounded out to the shortstop that
resulted in a double play to end the
game.
In 19 at bats, Altha had just 4 hits,
they left 9 men on base and only
struck out a season-low 3 times.
Holmes County managed just 6 hits
out of 26 at bats, struck out 9 times
and left 9 men on base.
Keith Kirkpatrick (7-3; 1.51
ERA), who had been the Big Bend
leader in earned run average and
second in strikeouts, suffered his


Board meeting
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to approve Agree-
ment Between The School Board
of Liberty County, Florida and Twin
Oaks Juvenile Development, Inc.
3. Motion was made by Hayes,
seconded by Reddick and carried
unanimously to approve Contract
for Educational Services Between
Liberty County School Board and
Twin Oaks Juvenile Development,
Inc. for July 1, 2007 June 30,
2008.
Motion was made by Flowers,
seconded by Hayes and carried
unanimously to adjourn the meet-
ing.


third loss of the season. In 3 2/3
innings of work he allowed 6 earned
runs off of 5 hits, fanned 5, and
walked only one Blue Devil.
Tad Scott (7-1-1), the Big Bend
leader in strikeouts and second in
earned run average, came on in
relief in the fourth inning. With 31
pitches he sat down 4 Blue Devils
and surrendered only one walk.
Leading the Wildcats at the plate
were Ethan Byler and Jake Edenfield.
Both doubled and batted in a run in
their only official at bats. Edenfield
scored a run. Juan Alejos was 1 for
2. Keith Kirkpatrick was 1 for 3
and a RBI.
The Class 2A District 2 baseball
championship game will be played
tomorrow (Thursday) night at 7
p.m. (CT) at The Cotton Patch.
The entrance fee is $5 per person
as set by the Florida High School
Athletic Association (FHSAA).
Only FHSAA passes will be
recognized. The winners of last
night's Sneads-Altha game will be
playing the winner of the Cottondale
/ Blountstown game v. Bozeman
game (check next week's issue for
game details). Grilled chicken plates
including corn-on-the-cob, green
beans, and a drink will be available
at tomorrows's game for $6.


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TROPICANA SPEAKING CONTEST WINNERS
Hosford School held their annual Tropicana Speaking Contest on April 17.
Twelve students participated in the contest. The winners were as follows:
Fourth and fifth grade first place, Madison Peddie, "Hair Days;"
second place, Micah McCaskill, "Family Vacation;" third Place, Madison
Love, "My Experience with Hair Loss"
Sixth grade winners were: first place, Mayra Bonilla, "Amo Mexico (I
Love Mexico);" second place, Ben Harger, "Lights, Camera, Action;" third
Place, Amber Arnold, "Down, Set Hut."
These students will continue on to the District Contest on April 24 at 9
a.m. at the Civic Center. Hosford School wishes the best to all of our students
participating in the District Contest.
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Nathan Hayes, Marion Black, Mya Jordan, Clarissa Gordon, Allison Yowell, Taylyn'Ezagui, Tyler Harney,
Coleby Melton, Le'Vontae Brooks, Damon Byrd, Colton Ryals, Tony Zuniga, Jeniya Jordan, Char'Dajza
Henderson, Hunter Poole, middle row, Julio Nunez, Cameron Drawdy, Keith Burs, Summer Morris,
Justin Butler, Chris White, Brittany Kelley, Megan Hosey, Blaine Tharpe, Shon Askiew, Hulya Reisoglu,
TylerAllen, Delayna Dalton, Back Row/L-R Ricky Mitchell, Caleb Dabney, Justin Eastridge, Stephanie
Koyle. Not pictured Noah Davis, Odra Chapman, Ethan Foran and Chris Dykes.





TROPICANA SPEECH
COMPETITION WINNERS
Tropicana Speech Competition W.R. Tolar's
fourth, fifth, & sixth graders competed in the annual -
Tropicana Speech Competition, sponsored by 4-H.
The fourth grade winners were Hollie Alhalaseh
with a speech titled, "Why My Room is a Mess,"
Dillan Green with "Crazy Days at the Camp," and
Nicholas Wright with "How to Have Fun." The
fifth grade winners were, Noah Davis with "A .

Riding" and Eric Fowler with "Going to School
with your Parents." The sixth grade winners were Pictured from left Fourth grade winners, Nicholas
Odra Chapman with "My Dog Bandit," Morgan Wright, Hollie Alhalaseh, Dillan Green, Fifth grade winners,
Hiers with "Twin Shopping Queens," Megan Hiers Eric Fowler, Chance Logan and Noah Davis.
with "My Do Coop," Bayli Holcomb with "The
Gregory Mansion," Leslie Williams with "My Mommy," and Dusty Young with "My Big Brother," The grade
level winners competed on April 17, the school winners will have the chance to represent W.R. Tolar at the District
competition on Thursday, April 24, at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center. The Elementary winners are: first place,
Eric Fowler; second place, Noah Davis; & third place, Chance Logan. The Middle School winners are: first place,
Eric Dusty Young; second place, Leslie Williams; and
.lmd place, Odra Chapman.
'" PROGRESS REPORTS
Progress Reports were sent home on Monday,
"-ApIl 21. If you have any concerns about your
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.j w SJdance office, Elementary Guidance Counselor:
Be,_ Revell, 643-2426 ext. 118 or Middle School
SPI. .i ( ll~t ance Counselor: Jason Fowler 643-2426
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Take Your Child To Work Day is Thursday,
Apni 24. If you take your child to work with you
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Two Altha weightlifters finish in top five for2nd year
Gary Chew and Tony Golden Chew also went for the state record 5s.n p u ud to l..l .
helped AHS finish in the top 5 for on his final clean andjerk attempting fi n I h h I :r .i.
the second straight year at the 2008 290 pounds but was unable to get place ll i hree .'
Boys' Weightlfiting State Finals. the lift. bo, s t,.uch[ i!e PL'. L --- '
The Wildcats finished 4th as a team Chew will finish his career at spiranr and irmade,
this year. Chew finished his career as AHS as a three time state qualifier, nic pr'iid to be th( r t
a state champion in the 139 pound two time state medalist and Altha's ch ah Eah l dll ..
weight class. Gary placed 9th and 5th individual state champion. Tony nm-i-ed pgreJl', ine\ p
5th in the two previous years, before Golden was very close to joining car j
winning the state championship. Chew as state champion. Just one i. ll. thi.u; h as ..r-


ounce kept Golden
from becoming state
champion. He tied
for the top total in the
154 pound weight
class, but weighed 1
. ounce more than the
,... guy he tied. Golden
.. finished state runner
up with a 540 pound
total. He will finish
his career as a two
time state qualifier
and two time state
medalist.
Senior John
....Tedesco had a
solid meet as well,
Tony Golden prepares to Jerk 255 pounds finishing with a


I


b.een a nemenidous ".; .. '
Nc.,r at \HS ii .. ,
both ,-irk t idK ,Y s ,.
veig~ hItliftn. In '3
girls, we had 6 Gary Chewprepares to Clean and Jerk as his main
section champions, competitor watches.


8 state qualifiers,
and Stephanie Mayo brought home
a medal finishing 6th. The girls also
won the Cougar Challenge as a team
and we had 5 girls named first team
all big bend.
The boys' team qualified three
boys, with two being section 2
champs in their weight class. We
finished 2nd as a team in the Big
Bend Meet and finished 4th at the
state final. I would like to thank all
of the people who support me and


my lifters.
The kids work extremely hard and
are out of the spotlight for the most
part. All hard work yields a profit,
and this year's AHS weightlifters
showed just that. I am proud of all
of my lifters and look forward to
working with next year's lifters.
For more info onAHS weightlifting
goto ironhammer.org. Now, it's time
to get back in the weightroom and get
ready for next year.


Carr School announces winners of school track meet


. Carr School is proud to announce
the winners of the school wide track
meet that was held on Thursday and
Friday, April 10 and 11. The winners
are as follows:
GIRLS FLEXED-ARM HANG
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place Tiffany Burke
Second place Jenna Dees
Third place Alana McCoy
Third Fifth Grade::
First place Santana Lee
Second place Destiny
Boutwell
Third place Kristen Brown
Middle School:
First place Cassidy Odom (Set
new school record)
Second place Randa
McCroan
Third place Savannah Pitts
GIRL 50 YARD DASH
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place Stephanie Harris
Second place Taylor
McDougald
Third place Samantha
Lowery
Third Fifth Grade:
First place Taylor Stalnaker
Second place Anna Hassig
Third place Jessie West
Middle School:
First place Brittney Brown
Second place Kayla Prowant
Third place Dina Vaughn
GIRLS SOFTBALL THROW
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place Stephanie Harris
Second place Bryanna Hope
Third place Ambriah Pierce
Third Fifth Grade:
First place Taylor Stalnaker
Second place Cierra Brown
Third place Taylor Young
Middle School:
First place Brittany Brown
Second place -Beth Andrews
Third place Kayla Prowant
GIRLS STANDING BROAD
JUMP
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place Taylor
McDougald
SSecond place Abby Neal


Third place Ambriah Pierce
Third Fifth Grade:
First place Destiny Boutwell
Second place -Anna Hassig
Third place Taylor Stalnaker
Middle School:
First place Kayla Prowant
Second place Faith Plazarin
Third place Brittany Brown
GIRLS 300 YARD RUN
Kindergarten -Second Grade:
First place Stephanie Harris
Second place Taylor
McDougald
Third place Samantha
Lowery
Third Fifth Grade:
First place Taylor Stalnaker
Second place Anna Hassig
Third place Hannah Plazarin
Middle School:
First place Kayla Prowant
Second place Faith Plazarin
*Third place Kirsten Stalnaker
BOYS PULL-UPS
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place Cole Baldwin
Second place Cane Miller
Second place Hunter Daniels
Third place Corey Thrasher
Third Fifth Grade:
First place Daniel Lowery
Second place Wyatt Ratliff
Third place Greyson
McCroan
Third place Jordan Norris
Middle School:
First place Coty Lanphere (Set
new school record)
Second place Bobby
Andrews
Third place Seth
Scheuermann
BOYS 50 YARD DASH
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place Shawn Andrews
Second place Hunter Daniels
Third place Eric Bailey
Third Fifth Grade:
First place Daniel Lowery
Second place Ronnie Smith
Third place Alec Howard
Middle School:
First place Bobby Andrews
Second place -- Garrett McGill


Third place Tyler Sangster
BOYS SOFTBALL THROW
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place Shawn Andrews
Second place Hunter Daniels
Third place Jacob McDaniel
Third Fifth Grade:
First place Blake Prescott
Second place Greyson
McCroan
Third place Anthony Heiser
Middle School:
First place Bobby Andrews
Second place Jeremiah
Grzegorczyk
Third place Chris Byrne
BOYS STANDING BROAD
JUMP
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place John Collins
Second place Hunter Daniels
Third place Tyler Burke


Third Fifth Grade:
First place Ronnie Smith
Second place Daniel Lowery
Third place Wyatt Ratliff
Middle School:
First place Bobby Andrews
Second place Jerry Brown
Third place Chris Byme
BOYS 600 YARD RUN
Kindergarten Second Grade:
First place Shawn Andrews
Second place Hunter
Daniels
Third place Robert Bailey
Third Fifth Grade:
First place J. P. Leonard
Second place Daniel Lowery
Third place Jordan Norris
Middle School:
First place Bobby Andrews
Second place Ryan Hathcox
Third place Garrett McGill


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SCHOOL MENU
Calhoun & Liberty
County Schools
April 24 30, 2008
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 Grilled ham &
cheese, oatmeal.
FRIDAY
Breakfast Grits with toast,
scrambled eggs, ham.


MONDAY
Breakfast French toast
sticks, sausage links.


TUESDAY
SBreakfast Sausage &gra-
vy biscuit, hash brown.


WEDNESDAY
I Breakfast: Pancakes,
sausage.



LUNCHES



Elementary
(Pre-K thru 5th)


THURSDAY
Lunch: Chicken & rice,
green beans, applesauce,
fresh baked roll.Alternate:
Bologna sandwich.
FRIDAY
Lunch: Sausage pizza,
peas & carrots, mixed
fruit. Alternate: Chicken
ranchero wrap.
MONDAY
Lunch: Sloppy Joe,
tater tots, green beans,
peaches. Alternate: Buf-
falo chicken wrap.
TUESDAY
Lunch: Chickentetrazzini,
broccoli, applesauce, din-
ner roll. Alternate: Ham
Sandwich.
I WEDNESDAY
Lunch: cheesy macaroni
w/ham, green beans, fruit
Salad, Alternate: Corn-
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NOTICE OF RATE INCREASE
FOR ALL CITY OF BRISTOL SOLID WASTE CUSTOMERS
Waste Pro is implementing a 2.8% rate increase for all
garbage services within the City of Bristol based upon an
increase in the Consumer Price Index. This rate increase
is effective March 15th and will be reflected on all solid
waste fees for City of Bristol bills beginning May 1, 2008.
Current Residential Rate: $18.50/cart
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FRENCH COMPETITION
by Laura Stoltzful & Caitlin Sanders
April 3-5, the Blountstown High School's French Club, les Amis Frangaise, competed at
the state Congres de la Culture Frangaise en Floride, held in Orlando. The theme this year
was La Mode, or Fashion. Ten of our students participated in the events, competing against
students from 46 other high schools from all across Florida. However, Blountstown and Lincoln
High were the only two schools from the panhandle. Blountstown did very well and we are
proud of all who went. On Level 1, Tarak .".
Amin and Melissa Howland did Lecture, a
reading comprehension test. Melissa recei ed


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recitation. She received a Bon (good). At Level 3, Kim lemons
in Lecture.,
Ca rieur (superior). Joseph Maxwell also won a $500
Ridley chose
Schome of the winners from the BHS French Team
Declamation, are shown above.
a poetry
recitation. She received a Bon (good). At Level 3, Kim Clemons
and Joseph Maxwell both did Lecture, and both of them won
a Suphrieur (superior). Joseph Maxwell also won a $500
scholarship from Florida State University through an interview.
Laura Stoltzfus competed in Declamation and won a Sup~rieur.
Kelly Wood bravely did Discours, an extemporaneous speaking
contest. She received an honorable mention. On Level 4, Caitlin
Sanders created a fashion exhibit module and she won 1st place
overall for her project as well as a judge's award. Also, this
year's Congres' official T-shirt was designed by Caitlin and
all the participants were seen wearing this T-shirt. Everyone
had a wonderful time and all learned more about the French
language and culture. Les Amis Frangais would like to thank
all the people who helped to raise the funds to pay for the trip
and for supporting us. We would especially like to thank Mrs.
Dana Ayers for the hard work she did for us so the trip would
run smoothly.
2008-2009 BHS CHEERLEADERS
by Alisha Strawn
On April 11, BHS held their annual cheerleading tryouts.
The new Varsity squad consists of: Alisha Strawn, Ashlea
Hester, Lauren and Emily Davis, Samantha Ferguson, Jasmine
Simmons, Sasha Simmons, Cory Baldwin, Allison Wroblewski,
Virginia Baker, Shaterial Davis, Hellena Johnson, Haley
Sumner, Tasheana Brown and Kristen Peacock. The Junior
Varsity squad consists of: Karissa Flowers, Cassandra Hires,
Shaquela Butler, Kelsey Bontrager, La'Keyra Clay, Montoya
Garrett, Jacy Richards, Kate McFarland, Raven Lockhart,
Hannah Smith and Alex Smith.
BHS WEIGHTLIFTING
by Harlea Perdue
The weightlifting team traveled to Daytona, Florida last
Friday to compete at the state weightlifting finals. BHS brought
home a 1st place in the 219 lb. class by way of Ryan Baker, a
senior at BHS. We are very proud of Ryan's accomplishment.
BHS TRACK & FIELD
by Harlea Perdue
The Track & Field team competed Friday at the Regional
Finals at MaClay High. A BHS freshman, Cavon Cox, qualified
in the high jump division coming in 1st place with a winning
6'2" high jump, two inches above the second place jumper.
Cavon will progress to the state meet this Friday, April25 which
will be held at Winter Park High School. Good Luck Cavon!
A/B HONOR ROLL
A/B Honor Roll eleventh grade student Andrew Chewning
was inadvertently omitted from the roll of students listed
in our April 9 article. Congratulations to Andrew on this
achievement.

B-town High School Calendar of Events
SApril 25, Friday Junior/Senior Prom; Track &
Field State Meet
April 28, Monday FBLA State Comp. at Orlando; I
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Wakulla Bank employees will 'Teach Children to Save'


CRAWFORDVILLE Wakulla Bank
employees will teach fifth-grade classes in
Calhoun, Leon, Liberty and Wakulla counties
on and around April 29 for "National Teach
Children to Save Day," reaching more than
1,000 students with an American Bankers
Association Education Foundation curriculum
designed to help children save and spend
wisely.
Dodson said the bank participates in part
because advertisers increasingly are targeting
the pre-teen market to tap into its huge buying
power.
"Teach Children to Save is designed to
help children make good decisions on how
to manage their money," said Wakulla Bank
President and CEO Walter C. Dodson Jr. "Early
lessons about savings can prepare students for a
lifetime of sound money management."
Consider these facts:
According to "The U.S. Kids Market," a
report from Packaged Facts, the 41 million
children in the U.S. between the ages of 5 and
14 have more than $40 billion in direct buying
power, and annually influence $146 billion
worth of expenditures.
A 2006 study by Weekly Reader Research


A 32 bed residential facility for adjudicated adolescent
female offenders, is currently seeking a
Full Time Teacher
Must have a Bachelors degree or higher in education
or appropriately related field with current Florida teach-
ing certificate; prefer middle school and/or high school
credentials.
Interested applicants should call Betty Hightower at
(850) 722-6117 or fax resume to (850) 722-9559.



JOB OPENING

Building Code Administrator

Responsible for the administration of the Building Depart-
ment and the enforcement of building codes, regulations and
policies as required to ensure public health, safety and wel-
fare. Provides effective code interpretations and inspections.
Responsible for developing appropriate policies, methods and
procedures. Responsible for the examination and approval or
rejection of plans, specifications and applications for building
permits. Makes inspections of buildings or structures as to ap-
proved plans and conformity with conditions of the building
permit, i.e. electrical, plumbing, mechanical, gas permits and
inspection of the same. Investigates and resolves complaints
concerning health, safety and welfare of the general public,
and other matters pertaining to the department, and acts ac-
cordingly. Approves and authorizes all certificates of occu-
pancy and final inspections for the county. Supervises codes
established by the county.
EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Must have a Standard Building Code Administrator License
and 5 years experience as a Building Code Administrator which
provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to per-
form the essential functions. Must have knowledge of building
construction methods and materials. Must have knowledge of
the building, electrical, plumbing, county land development
codes, and the Florida Building Code. Must have knowledge
of current methods and practices of all types of construction.
Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, May 6, 2008
at 5 p.m. eastern standard time at the Clerk's Office of the
Liberty County Courthouse. The Commission will review all
applications at their regular board meeting on that date begin-
ning at 7 p.m. The present salary for this position is $31,500.
The Liberty County Board of County Commissioners re-
serves the right to reject all applications.
4-16 & 23


Wakulla Bank branch manager Jason Fuqua teaches a fifth-grade
class during National Teach Children to Save Day 2007.
and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants shows this age
group is interested in learning about saving. When asked what they would
do if given a gift of $100, 59 percent of children between the ages of 9 and
12 said they would save at least $50.
Capital One Financial Corporation's annual back to school shopping
survey last yearshowed that 52 percent of teens want to learn about money
management, 80 percent believe learning the basics of money management
now will serve them in the future, and yet "a whopping" 86 percent have


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never taken a personal finance class in school.
The study also reports that while almost half
(48 percent) of parents have discussed the
difference between 'needs' vs. 'wants,' more
than one-third (36 percent) have not discussed
back to school finances at all with their teens.
CBS reported that in 1983, companies
spent $100 million marketing to kids and today
they're spending nearly $17 billion annually -
more than double what it was in 1992.
Since the first National Teach Children to
Save Day, nearly 47,000 bankers have reached
almost 2.3 million children and teens across
the country. Wakulla Bank employees in 2007
reached more than 1,000 elementary school
students in four counties.
Teachers or parents interested in learning
more about Teach Children to Save may inquire
at any Wakulla Bank branch or by calling
950/926-7111.
Wakulla Bank is an FDIC insured
independent bank dedicated to quality and
innovative service, wifh 16 locations in
Calhoun, Leon, Liberty and Wakulla counties.
The bank maintains more than $470 million in
assets. To learn more, visit www.wakullabank.
com.


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SGussPoard RAPID WEIGHT LOSS
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Lost 40 Monday, April 28

Call for appointment
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Amy McLeod of Kinard lost 25 Ibs!
SCarolyn Darby of Chattahoochie lost 73 Ibs.!
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The Tax Collectors
office of Calhoun
County has new of-
fice hours for issu-
ing driver's licenses:
Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday of-
fice hours are 8 a.m.
through 4 p.m. We
will be closed from
noon to 1 p.m. each
day for lunch.
Doris Burkett
Tax Collector


NOTICE TO CREDITORS


trained at Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina
Drive, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, (850)
227-7200 or 10490 NW Main Street,
Bristol, FL 32321, (850) 643-2771. The
bid must conform to Section 287.133(3)
Florida Statutes, on public entity crimes-

Completion date for this proj"c' will be
90 days from the date ," me Notice to
Proceed presented m'te successful bid-
der.

Liao,,Iated damages for failure to com-
prete the project on the specified date
will be set at $200.00 per day.


Call for details! ,


SOUND OFF AUDIO
Call (850) 674-6363 N E T W R
19277 SR 20 W., Blountstown, FL 32424 AUTHORIZED RETAILER

Restrictions apply. Subject to change without notice.


Porcelain Veneers

Thanks to reality television shows specializing in extreme makeovers
of every description, there has been an increase in the interest in porce-
Blain veneers. Some people even come into the dental office asking for
P certain laboratory-produced veneers as if they were brand names.
I :.' \.. Basically, porcelain veneers are very thin (0.5mm to 1.0mm), cus-
S.. : tom-made restoration, which are cemented onto individual front teeth
to change the shape and/or the color of the teeth to create a more es-
Sthetic, cosmetically-pleasing smile.
'.:' Some type of veneer process has been used in dentistry since the
late 1960's. The first veneers were made of composite resin, or white
filling material, using a pre-made celluloid matrix cut to fit the tooth or,
r. more frequently, just sculpted free-hand by the dentist. Now they have
Dr- Larry J. Cook evolved to very thin, delicate flakes of porcelain, custom-made for each
tooth by a skilled lab technician. These tiny, fragile pieces of art are then cemented to the tooth with
very specialized cements developed solely for that purpose.
The positiveside of this reality trend is that people have become more aware of the look of their
teeth and what modern dentistry can do for them. The media has done a great job of educating the
public as to what is available and that these procedures really are possible for them.
Unfortunately, the reality show trend has also created the idea that porcelain veneers are the
treatment of choice for every dental problem and that every patient could benefit from them. Care-
ful treatment planning and case selection are necessary to ensure a successful porcelain veneer
case.
Porcelain veneers are perhaps the most beautiful, life-like restorations dentistry has ever pro-
duced. However, they are extremely fragile and prone to breakage or even complete loss if placed
under too much stress. Teeth that have little or no previous decay are the best candidates for por-
celain veneers. In cases of a heavy bite, wear, or teeth that have had many previous fillings, full
crowns may be a better choice.
Recently a long-standing dental manufacturer and supplier named Den-Mat has begun market-
ing a product called "Lumineers" directly to the public. The attractive aspect of "Lumineers" to both
patient and doctor is that there is no tooth preparation involved. That means no injections, no tooth


preparation, no temporaries, just an impression to capture
the shape of your teeth, and then the "Lumineers" are ap-
plied to the front is the existing tooth. Sounds great, right??
The catch is that teeth are contoured naturally to be in
harmony with the gum tissues. In most cases, if thickness or
bulk is added to the front of a tooth, it creates an unhealthy
situation for the gum around that tooth. The result can be red,
bleeding, irritated tissue around the new veneers.
The important lesson is that veneers are not a quick
fix for every dental situation, even if it is "as seen on televi-
sion." Only you and your dentist, after careful consideration,
can determine a cosmetic treatment plan for'you that will be
beautiful, healthy, and long-lasting.


4307 Third Avenue
Marianna, FL 32446

(850) 526-4220

www.drlarrycook.com


The administration of the state of
Earnest Dawson, deceas,, whose date
of death was SeptabDer 30, 2007, is
pending in thpe crcuit Court for Liberty
County, FpArida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P. 0. Box 399, Bristol,
-iorida32121.The names and addresses
of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims ordemands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served must file
their claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OFACOPY OFTHIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALLCLAIMS NOTFILEDWITHINTHE
TIME PERIODS SETFORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTHABOVE,ANY CLAIM
FILEDTWO (2) YEARS OR MOREAFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is April 16, 2008.

Attorney for Personal Representative:
John G. Admire
Attorney for Callie D. Bradwell
Florida Bar No. 217026
Sullivan, Admire & Sullivan, P.A.
2555 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Suite 320
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Telephone: (305) 444-6121
Fax: (305) 444-5508

Personal Representative:
Callie D. Bradwell
16041 N.W. 18 Place
Opa Locka, FL 33054 w


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS


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

ESTIFFANULGA BOAT RAMP PARK

This project will include the construction
of a 1.0 acre park across the road from
the Estiffanulga Boat Ramp. The park
shall include an 8' wide asphalt walking
trail, storrmwater swales, pavilion, rest-
room/pavilion combo, sand volleyball
court, playground area, asphalt parking
lot and related landscaping.

Plans and specifications can be ob-


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

Bids will be received by the until 5:00
PM (EST) on May 6, 2008 at the Liberty
County Clerk's Office, Liberty County
Courthouse, Hwy 20, Bristol, Florida
32321. The bids will be publicly opened
and read aloud on May 6, 2008 at 7:00
PM (EST) at the regular Board of County
Commissioner meeting. The public is in-
vited to attend.

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

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

If you have any questions, please call
Kristin Brown at (850) 643-2771. 4-16&23

INVITATION TO BID

The Board of County Commissioners of
Liberty County Florida will accept bids on
the following:
REMOVALRECYCLING OF WHITE
GOODS AND SCRAP METAL AT
LIBERTY COUNTY LANDFILL
Contractors will provide all equipment for
pick up and removal of scrap metal from
Liberty County Landfill. Contractors will be
required to have on site a machine capable
of removing Freon Gas before removal of
white goods. Bid price will be based on per
gross ton F. 0. B. Liberty County Landfill
and made payable to Liberty County
Landfill, thirty days after removal. Proof of
insurance will be requiredbefore work can
begin. For information call Danny Earnest
(850) 643-3777, Fax (850) 643-5004.
All bids must be submitted before 5:00
P.M. EDT, Tuesday, May 6,2008to Robert
Hill, Clerk of Court, P. O. Box 399, Bristol,
FL 32321. ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE
SEALED ENVELOPE MARK "SEALED
BID ON WHITE GOODS SCRAP METAL
REMOVAL."
All bids will be considered at the regular
meeting, Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 7 P.M.
EDT, in the Courtroom of the Courthouse.
The Board reserves the right to accept or
reject any or all bids which they deem to be
in the best interest of Liberty County.


Robert Hill, Clerk of Court


4.16 430


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR LIBERTY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVI-
SION

File No.: 08-14-CP
Division: Probate

IN RE: ESTATE OF EARNEST DAW-
SON

Deceased.
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING

The Board of Commissioners of the Northwest
Florida Regional Housing Authority will hold its
Annual Meeting, April 24, 2008 in the Cambridge
Room, Ramada Inn North, 2900 North Monroe St.,
Tallahassee, Florida. Meeting will begin at 1:00
p.m. E.D.S.T. The meeting will be open to the pul-
lic. 4.16


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ALMA GRIFFIN SHORT FALFA DAVIS CLARK
TALLAHASSEE Alma Griffin Short, 102, BLOUNTSTOWN Falfa Davis Clark, 90,
died Sunday, April 20, 2008. She was a native of died Saturday, April 19, 2008 in Blountstown.
Bristol and had lived in New York, North Carolina She was born on July 13, 1917 in Blountstown
and had been a resident of Tallahassee since 1942. and had lived in Calhoun County all of her life.
She retired as an.S&H stamp store manager from At the age of 7, she became a Christian and a
the Sperry Hutchinson Company. She was active in member of Christian Home Freewill Baptist
service clubs, including Altrusa Club International Church in Blountstown. As a young adult, she
and the Tallahassee Business and Professional was a sponsor of the different young people
men's Club. She served as president of both of classes. She taught pre-school classes in Sunday
anizations. She had also been a member
of Ta h School for several years and served as clerk of
Garden Club, Camellia Circle, and
Killeam Urnm d Cu,. n the church for 40 years. She was employed by the
outdoors and wor Church. She enjoyed the old Cristo's Dime Store as a clerk and worked in
.. -r yard. She loved nature .
and enjoyed the company r r. e loe nae the Calhoun County School System for 17 years
- r of many special .
pets over the years. She especi-, as a cook at Blountstown High and Blountstown
ved joining
her friends for a game of bridge. Elementary School lunchrooms. She also
She was preceded in death in 1974 by her hu- enjoyed the true southern gospel music.
Joseph R. Short, a World War II veteran; a grandson- She was preceded in death by her husband,
in-law, David MichaelPahl; and a twin brother, Lt. "e Clark, a son, Charles Edward (Sonny)
Col. Albert S. Griffin. Clark, w s killed in Vietnam in 1966; father
Survivors include a son, Charles DeLee Short and mother, F and Mary Brown Davis; a
and his wife Gwen ofTallahassee; a granddaughter, sister, Lucille Aultma ee brothers, Sam and
Tanya Short Pahl, and three great-grand children, Walter Davis of Blountsto -nd Ellis (Bill)
Brandon DeLee Pahl, Ashley Elizabeth Pahl and Davis ofAltha.
Taylor Budd Williams; a sister, Ola Belle Strickland; Survivors include one daughter,
several nieces and nephews, and some special Clark of Blountstown and Tallahassee; one
neighbors and friends, who are just like family, sister-in-law,
t ,I Want You To Know"
The family will receive friends on Thursday, Margie Davis W ntko Autho K
April 24, 2008 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Bevis Funeral f Alth a;
Home. along with A brief moment of darkness
was all that I knew,
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. (ET) many cousins, before Heaven's Gate
on Friday, April 25, 2008 at Roselawn Cemetery. nieces and came into my view.
Interment will follow in Roselawn Cemetery in n e p h e ws
Loved ones and friends
Tallahassee. and a host of I had missedfor many years,
Memorial contributions may be made to: Leon friends, welcomed me with open arms
County Humane Society, 413 Timberlane Road, Services and many happy tears.
Tallahassee, FL 32312 or Big Bend Hospice, 1723 were held All the hurt, fear and pain
Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308 or to a on Tuesday, that I have ever known,
is gonefrom my life,
charity of your choice. April22,2008 I, I amfinaoly home.
Bevis Funeral Home in Bristol is in charge of at Christian
the arrangements. H o m e I gazed upon the Lord's
MINA J. SIMPSON sweet smilingface,
F r e e wi 11 and for thefirst time in my life
BLOUNTSTOWN Mina J. Simpson, 84, B a p t t Iknew andfelt His grace.
died Tuesday, April 22, 2008. She was formerly of Church with I know that you miss e,
Panama City. Reverend butplease dry your eyes.
She was preceded in death by her beloved I will always be watching and loving you
husband, John J. Simpson and brothers, Emory, on a urger from myhome inthesky.
Roald and Bud and Reverend
Ronald and Buddy Custance. D on n i e A cool breeze on your face,
Survivors include her sister, Marion 0. Roe a touch of light rain,
of Blountstown; two nephews, John William H u s s e y Iwillsendas reminder
Simpson and his wife, Tammy and David Roe, all officiing that wewill be reunited gain.
of Tallahassee; two nieces, Mary Eubanks and her Int e r m e n t Life on earth is but one %
husband, Terry of Lake Mystic and Nancy Custance followedinthe brief moment in time,
of Ft. Lauderdale. Nettle Ridge I amfinally home,
o Eternity is mine.
The family would like to express their sincerest Cemetery in
love and appreciation to the loving and caring staff Blountstown. In Remembrance of
of Blountstown Health and Rehabilitation Center P e a v y Gerald TolleyJr.
and to Dr. Misbah I. Farooqi. F u n e ral who left us one year ago.
Graveside services will be held 10 a.m. (CT), Home in
Thursday, April 24, 2008 at Greenwood Cemetery Blountstown Not a day goes by that he is not thought
in Panama City. a i of, remembered or dearly missed.
in Panama City. w a s i n
Charles McClellan Funeral Home in Quincy is charge of the Love, the boys, his many daughters,
in charge of the arrangements. arrangements. grandchildren and greatfriends.


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January 11, 1942 April24, 2007
We love and miss you always,
Your loving family and friends


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Funeral Home
Charles K. McClellan
Licensed Funeral Director
.42 years experience
Call us Let us explain how we can
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Building at-15 S. Jackson St., Quincy, 32351
Phone: (850) 627-7677 or 643-2277
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Love today,
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Attract hummingbirds & butterflies with a bottlebrush plant


Ho t by Theresa Friday,
Horticulture Extension Agent, Santa Rosa County
With bright color and unique flower form, the
bottlebrush has many good characteristics to offer
Southern landscapes. Bottlebrush is a beautiful,
evergreen shrub or small tree exhibiting bright red
flower color from late spring through fall.
The unique flower form gives this plant its
common name and perfectly describes the bright red
flower spikes. The bloom is four to six inches long
and about two inches wide. The flower spikes are
made up of many individual small flowers providing
a distinctive "bottle brush" shape.
The dramatic flowers are the primary reason for
its popularity. Not only are they pretty and unique,
but these blooms also attract hummingbirds and
butterflies. The flowers are followed by small, woody
capsules that look like bead bracelets on the bark
which last for years. Stems including the fruit are
often used in dried arrangements.
Bottlebrush shrub is a plant that was once
very popular and is often seen in the deep South.
Apparently, a series of hard freezes (low teens)
reduced the numbers and it has never made a popular
comeback. Bottlebrush is technically a subtropical
plant, best adapted to the USDA Hardiness Zone 9
through 11. Since the northern Gulf Coast is in Zone
8b, there is a chance of varying degrees of winter
damage. But, this plant is worth the slight gamble.
There are few limitations to growing bottlebrush.
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hedge. Pruning to develop several trunks and
removing some lower branches can create a fine
small specimen tree.
Bottlebrushes belong in the genus Callistemon
and there are about 34 different species, as well
as several cultivars. There are only a few types of
bottlebrush commonly used. Lemon Bottlebrush
(Callistemon citrinus) is a small upright tree or
large shrub with graceful branches that may reach
10 to 15 feet high and wide. Its nearly needle-like
foliage has a lemon fragrance when bruised. Stiff
Bottlebrush (C. rigidus) is likely the most cold
hardy and drought tolerant yet is least graceful in
form. Weeping Bottlebrush (C. viminalis), although
beautiful in form and flower, may not survive
winters on the Gulf Coast.
Don't let its lackluster name dissuade you from
using a bottlebrush shrub in your landscape. The
late spring, early summer blooms will convince
once and for all that perhaps it should have been
given a name more glamorous.
Theresa Friday is the Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa Rosa County. The use
of trade names, if used in this article, is solely for
the purpose ofproviding specific information. It is
not a guarantee, warranty, or endorsement of the
product name(s) and does not signify that they are
approved to the exclusion of others.
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ITEMS FOR SALE
Tickets to ZZ Top concert, two
reserved seating tickets at Wild
Adventures, show is on June 14,
$57.50 for both. Call 762-1959.
4-23,4-30

Guitar and case, with electric pick
up, $40. Call 762-8586. 4-16,4-23

Restaurant equipment, slicer,
warming table, coffee warmer, two
f -;.,.- -piao ns, 12' long four bowl sink
and built in oven. Asking $2,000.
Call 674-3264. 4-16, 4-23

Jewelry counter, long, heavy duty,
$1,000 or trade. Call 674-3264.
4-16, 4-23

Miscellaneous items, things that
could be sold at yard sale, also
driftwood, make offer, negotiable.
Call 379-3002. 4-16, 4-23

Charcoal grill, heavy duty grill with
smoker, $100. Call 643-6589.
4-16,4-23


INFANT/CHILDREN

Baby walker, $8. Call 674-3264.
4-23,4-30
Baby stroller, Graco, full size, $25.
Call 447-3877. 4-16, 4-23

White changing table, extra shelv-
ing with two drawers, excellent
condition, $45. Call 643-3370.
4-16,4-23
Pottery Barn, bumper pad, sheets,
quilt, pillow sham, bed skirt, Charlie
patchwork design, like new, $75.
Call 643-5486. 4-16,4-23

FURNITURE

Single waterbed, still in box, no
frame, $80. Call 674-3264. 4-23,4-30


M & W Self
Storage Rentals
7 days a week service
5'x 10'....... 20 0
10'x 10'....... 35
10'x20' .........70
10' x 25'..........90
NO DEPOSIT
Call 762-9555, 762-8807
or 762-8597 -


William's Home
Improvements
"No Job Too Big or Small"
Licensed & Insured, contractor & roofer
Concrete work,
landscape, pressure
cleaning, renovation.
seamless gutter,
painting, vinyl, '
& screen enclosure
FOR FREE ESTIMATES
Call 674-8092


Stump grinding

Reasonable rates
Free estimates
Call
Chris Nissley
674-8081 or
643-8561 (Cell) ,1


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CLASSIFIEDS

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.


Queen size mattress set, Sim-
mons Beautyrest Olympic, in-
cludes (rame, boxspring and mat-
tresses, good conditiorfi $200. Call
544-0132. 4-23, 4-30

Antique dining room set, includes


table, china hutch, buffet,
chairs, $25. Call 643-5538.

Queen size water bed, 70%
less, mirrored headboard, sc
Call 674-8948.

Full size sofa, green and
floral print, good condition, $!
379-8789

Computer desk, large, w
$30; swivel computer chai
Call 643-2625.

Couch, beige,$75; three
dresser,$20; kitchen tabl
four chairs, $35; desk, $35.
are negotiable. Call 674-1
447-2291.


GUNS/HUNTI

.357 handgun, $500.
643-5696.

30-30 Lever Action Marlin,
with gold trigger, extra peer
black nylon sling and padded
pad, extra nice condition, $3
443-2422 in Bristol.


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ELECTRONICS
GE 19" TV, cable ready, $75; 331/3
record player, $20. Call 674-3264.


and six Sony Handycam, DCR-HC30, Mini
4-23,4-30 DV camera, 120 X digital Carl Zeiss
zoom lens, info lithium battery and
charger, manual and extra digital
0wave- high definition 0.45X wide angle
Aftside. lens with macro, extra battery and
4-23,4-30 memory stick duo, remote and extra
mini DV cassettes plus nice carry
orange case. This is the palm size video
55. Call camerain nice condition, $150. Call
4-234-30 443-2422 in Bristol. 4-16,4-23
4-23,4-30
Digital camera, Nikon Coolpix 2500
wooden, 2MP with 3X optical/4X digital (12X
r, $10. total) zoom lens, 128 MB compact
4-16,4-23 flash card, battery charger and USB
cable, built in flash. Retailed for
drawer $399, will sellfor$85. Call443-2422
e with in Bristol. 4-16, 4-23
Prices
025 or
4-16,4-23 CLOTHING


NG Two formal dresses, a black
beaded size six and a pink two
piece, size six; various baby cloth-
Call ing and other items. Make an offer.
4-16,4-23 Call 674-1025 or 447-2291.
4-16, 4-23
336 CS
Sight, Pageant dress, worn once, purple-
d recoil violet, halter strapped, sequined.
49. Call For price and size please call
4-16,4-23 447-0438. 4-23,4-30


APPI CES
Refrigerator, 1940 electric, $100;
Frigidaire electric stove, $200. Call
674-3264. 4-23,4-30

GE wall oven, black, works well,
$100. Call 447-3200. 4-16,4-23

Electric oven, built in, $250. Call
674-3264. 4-16,4-23

Rainbow vacuum cleaner, comes
with all the attachments including
car cleaner, like new, $100. Call
643-6589. 4-16,4-23

CARS
1986 Jaguar J6, good condition,
asking $4,500 or best offer. Call
379-8490. 4-23,4-30

2004 Ford Mustang GT, black,
convertible, 40th Anniversary edi-
tion, leather interior, power win-
dows, locks and seats, 47,500
miles, 100,000 mile extended war-
ranty transferable, new tires, asking
$16,000. Serious inquirers please
call 674-5178 after 6:00 p.m. on
Monday-Friday or anytime Saturday
and Sunday. 4-23,4-30

1999 Dodge Neon, 157,000 miles,
automatic, 4 cylinder, cold a/c,
excellent gas mileage $1,200. Call
674-3229. 4-23,4-30

1981 Mercedes 300 SD, runs on
cooking oil or diesel, $4,000 or best
offer. Call 643-4631. 4-23,4-30


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2002 Buick Park Avenue, $4,000.
Call 762-4398, ask for Paul or
Debra. 4-16, 4-23

TRUCKS

1995 Chevy S10 Luxury series,
AM/FM, CD player, extended cab,
four cylinder, great gas mileage, a/c
and heat in good condition, $1,500.
Call 674-5830. 4-23,4-30

1999 GMC Sonoma pickup, body,
transmission and.tires in great
condition, blown engine, $700. Call
643-5538 4-23,4-30

2007 Chevy Silverado, V8, ex-
tended cab, 10k. miles, take over
payments. Call 674-8003. 4-23,4-30

1989 Ford F-150, automatic V8
302 engine, smooth 4WD, runs
good, fuel injected, great hunting
truck, $1,500 or best offer. Call
674-3229. 4-23,4-30

1977 Ford F-150,400 motor, makes
a good mud truck, comes with
35x14.50 Ground Hog, $2,000 or
best offer. Call 592-2193. 4-23,4-30

1993 Chevytruck, long wheel base,
4.3 liter, regular cab, new tires, new
brakes and more, $3,500, Call (850)
532-0398 or 762-2304, leave mes-
sage. 4-23,4-30

1987 GMC, 3/4ton pick up, $600 or
best offer. Call 643-1726. 4-16,4-23

1986 Ford F-150, 4X2, red, runs,
needs minor repair, long wheel
base, $1,000 or best offer Call
674-3323. 4-16,4-23

AUTO PARTS &

ACCESSORIES

1986 Plymouth van motor, $500;
Plymouth van transmission, $200.
Call 674-3264. 4-23,4-30


FOR RENT
In Bristol
*Mobile home lots
In Blountstown
*1-room efficiency,
utilities included 2BR/bath
and a half apartment
Commercial old Mexican
restaurant Commercial -
200 front ft. with 3 buildings
and fenced in area.
-3 bedroom, 1 bath house
with central, heat and air.
Phone 643-7740





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Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance




SCall (850) 674-4202
16978 NW Mayo Street,
Blountstown, FL 32424.
TDDTTY 711.
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY


AUCTION
First Saturday of every month
The auction will be held May 3
at7 p.m. (Old Coins, Tools, Col-
lectibles, candy, food & Misc.
items) Free setup for yard
sale every Saturday. Public is
invited.
Col. James W. Copeland
18098 NW County Rd. 12
Phone: 643-7740
AB1226 AU0001722


WANTED:

REAL ESTATE
Will buy 10 to 1,000 acres, reason-

ably priced. Immediate closing.
Call (850) 544-5441
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Z-71 wheels, 2003 set, stock, $300.
Call 850-209-4837. 4-23,4-30

318 Dodge motor, 64k miles, runs
very well, $250; Chevy 454 Motor,
68k miles, runs well, $350. Call
(850) 532-0398 or 762-2304, leave
message. 4-23,4-30

Fourtires, 235/75/15, good shape,
$15 each or $50 for all four. Call
643-2568, leave message. 4-16,4-23

Hypothec Power Programmerfor
2001-2004 Chevy 6.6 Chevy Dura-
max diesel, $175. Call 850-228-20
13. 4-16,4-23

15-inch wheels and tires, alumi-
num, fits Jeep, $200. Call 899-0269
or 674-7138 leave message. UFN


SPORTING GOODS

& EXERCISE
.Treadmill, real-good condition,
$150. Call 643-6589. 4-16,4-23


MOTORCYCLES

& ATVS
2002 Harley Davidson, Sportster
883, excellent condition, 60 mpg.
Call 442-6449 or 556-4900.
4-23,4-30

Two Honda four-wheelers, one for
parts, and one needs rings, both are
$250. Call (850) 557-7997. 4-23,4-30
2005 TTR 125 dirt bike, excellent
condition, $1,500, or best offer. Call
447-3824 4-23,4-30
2007 V-Star 650, 3,100 miles,
Silverado package, good tires, ask-
ing $6,900 or take over payments.
Call 643-5255, ask for Johnny or
Linda. 4-23,4-30



$149 QUEEN PILLOWTOP
mattress and box. Manufacturer
wrapped,
warranty. 222-7783
$499 Sofa & Loveseat Microfiber
set. Still in crate, never used. Can
deliver 545-7112
7pc KING sz bdrm set. Solid
wood. dovetailed drawers. Pillow
top mattress set incl. New still in
packaging. Worth $4k give away
$1500. Can deliver: 425-8374
12 inch NASA Visco Memory
Foam mattress still in box. New
w/ warranty: $799. 222-9879
A Mattress SET: NEW Queen
Orthopedic Pillowtop in sealed
plastic. Full warranty. Sacrifice
$279. Can deliver. 222-7783
Cherry sleigh bed Solid Wood,
BRAND NEW in box, $250. 222-
9879
DINING ROOM Deep cherry:
table, uphols chairs, lighted china
cabinet. Brand new in boxes, can
deliver. Must move, $850. 545-
7112
FULL $125/TWIN $100 mattress
wi matching boxspring. BRAND
NEW with warranty. Delivery
available 222-7783
FUTON, never used, in box,
$199. (can deliver). 425-8374
NEW KING PILLOW TOP
CHIRO REST MATTRESS SET,
still sealed w/ warranty. $299
222-9879
Pub Table Set. Solid Wood,
Brand New $99. 850-545-7112

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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.
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Four wheelers, used. $300 for all
three. Call 643-5696. 4-16,4-23

1982 Yamaha dirt bike, 80 cc with
helmet, $300. Call 510-4686.
4-16,4-23

Four wheeler, Honda Rancher, like
new, $3,000. Call 850-209-4447.
4-16, 4-23

2007 Honda Shadow 750 Spirit,
windshield, highway bars, back
rest, luggage rack, like new, under
warranty, $6,600. Call 899-0269 or
674-7138 leave message. UFN


WATERCRAFT

1987 Randal Craft boatand trailer,
35 hp Evinrude, Minnkota trolling
motor, fish finder, serviced in No-
vember, works well, $1,000, call
264-3435 or 762-5577. 4-23,4-30

2007 17' G-3 bass boat, 70 hp
Yamaha, fully loaded, 14 hours on
boat, $14,000. Call (850) 532-0398
or 762-2304, leave message.
4-23,4-30

Pontoon boat, 24 ft, fixer-upper,
motor and trailer, $1,200 or best
offer. Call 643-4631 4-23,4-30
1986 Glass Stream bass boat,
150 hp, Mercury Black Mass XR2
motor, power tilt trim, new carpet
floor, seats, hot foot high-jacker
plate, pro trim, motor runs great,
very fast, needs little work, $2,500.
Call 674-3229. 4-23,4-30



FOR
R I Z kIN
RENT
Three bedroom mobile
home, 1st month & se-
curity deposit required.

Call 379-8008 daytime


14' Bayliner pleasure boat, 70 hp
Johnson, new battery, six gallon
fuel tank, center control steering
wheel, full windshield, nice Gator
galvanized trailer with spare, overall
nice boat, could be used for skiing,
diving, etc. Would consider partial
trade on other fishing and hunting
items. Call 443-2422 in Bristol.
4-16, 4-23

14' flat bottom fishing boat, fiber-
glass, 50 hp Johnson with tilt and
trim, five speed motor guide foot
control trolling motor with reverse,
centersteering control, new battery,
new fuel tank, two side.wet boxes,
two swivel raised fishing seats,
would make an excellent flat head
boat as it has a wide floor, (double),
galvanized tilt trailer with new tires
and spare, $2,400 or best offer. Call
443-2422 in Bristol. 4-16,4-23

Pontoon boat, 20 ft. 1984 Skip-
per Craft, 70 hp Johnson outboard,
fiberglass pontoons and trailer,
selling "as is", make offer. Call
643-4349. 4-16,4-23

16' Glass Stream ski boat, 115
Johnson Marine CD player with
speakers, Hummingbird depth
finder, trailer, $1,700. Call 674-9361
or 643-5712, leave message.
4-16,4-23

1992 Wave Runner, VXR 650 with
trailer, excellent condition, $1,200
firm. Call 850-228-2013. 4-16,4-23


FOR RENT
1 bedroom mobile home on
John F. Bailey Road, SR
20 W. in Blountstown. $85
to $145 weekly. Deposit re-
quired. All utilities included.
3 locations. NO PETS. Also
RV for rent and/or sale.
hi Call 674-7616 r


HOUSE FOR SALE: 12427 NW PEA RIDGE ROAD, BRISTOLC
Two bedroom, one bath, 900 sq. ft. home, completely remod-
eled, featuring new roof, new central heat and air, new dou-
ble paned, easy clean windows, new light fixtures, hardwood
floors, custom bamboo window blinds, new bathroom with ce-
ramic tile and claw-foot tub, new kitchen with smudge-proof
stainless steel appliances, refrigerator, dishwasher, stove and
microwave/hood, Corian countertops with seamless sink, all
new oak cabinets, large utility room, large storage shed and
new privacy fence.
Contact Allison Walker at 447-0410.


FOR SALE BY OWNER
27 Acres on Maddox Road, south of Marianna off of Hwy.
73. Will make beautiful farm or small ranch. $131,490. Only
$4,870 per acre.
10 Acres on Maddox Road, south of Marianna on Hwy.
73. Beautiful home site. "51,000
1 Wooded acre in Cottondate, high and dry. 515,500
1 Acre in Campbellton with large pecan trees and small
creek. $13,400
2 Acres in North Jackson County, just off Hwy. 231, north
side of property is Alabama line. 621,500
CALL JAMES AT (850) 272-5193


2007 6 ft. boat, welded aluminum,
5ft. beam, stick steering, 55 hp
Johnson, trim and tilt, all new, no
trailer, $8,500. Call 674-7138. UFN



CAMPERS/ RVS

RV generator, runs, needs coil, 33
amp, 110 volts, 4.0, Onan, $400; RV
fridge with ice maker, new cooling
unit, $850. Call (850) 532-0398 or
762-2304, leave message.
4-23,4-30

2002 Winnebago Adventurer,
32 foot with 47,000 miles, two
slide outs, fully loaded and very
clean. No smoking and no pets.
Asking $50,000. Call 556-4008 or
385-6710. 4-16,4-23



TOOLS & HEAVY

EQUIPMENT

Vending trailer, has lift slide with
sliding glass, 10.5x6', new tires,
new floor, three sinks, freezer, hot
water heater, recent paint, $2,500.
Call 643-2563. 4-23,4-30

Massey Ferguson, 60 hp, one
owner, low hours, runs perfect,
includes 5' bush hog, $6,000. Call
762-9676. 4-23,4-30

6x12 enclosed tool trailer, some
carpentry tools, $2,500. Call
643-1726. 4-16, 423


GAME SYSTEM
REPAIR
Xbox 360, PS2,
PS3 and PSP game
repair starting at
$2999 at
BAY'S MUSIC
Call (850) 526-3786




WANTED

to buy your old car
and truck batteries.

Will pay *4

Call 447-2215

or 643-5791


WANTED

Wanted: Any past resident of Nick
Smith's Trailer Park. Please call
643-7441 4-23,4-30

Wanted: 3 bedroom mobile home
and land in Calhoun County, reason-
ably close to Blountstown is a plus.
If this is not available we would like
1 to 2 acres of land to put a mobile
home on. Call 850-674-3462 and
leave a message 4-23,4-30

Wanted: bookcase. Call
674-3264. 4-23,4-30

Wanted: Engine hoist. Call
674-8570, leave message. 4-16,4-23

Wanted: Fuel transfer pump, AC or
DC, running or broken, needed for
parts. Call 674-8010.
4-16,4-23

Wanted: Electric stoves, fair
condition, reasonably priced. Call
674-3264. 4-16,4-23

Wanted: We buy junk cars, trucks,
batteries and salvage. We pay top
dollar. Call 643-5791 or 447-2215
ask for Hubert. 2-20 T 7-30

Wanted: Will buy junk cars and
will move, any condition. Call
762-8589. 1-9T 7-2

Wanted: Junk cars and trucks,
any condition, we pay cash. Call
762-8459 or 272-6836 cell. UFN


HOME

IMPROVEMENT
Vinyl siding, nine boxes, grey,
$400. Call 762-2223. 4-23,4-30

Outside a/c unit, new Scratch 'n
Dent, one ton, $200; outside a/c
unit, 1.5 ton, $250. Call 850-5779.
4-23, 4-30





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HOUSE FOR SALE
1.3 acres outside Altha,
1,936 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 2
bath, 2 HVAC units, kitchen
with breakfast area, living
and dining room, sunroom,
wood laminate, ceramic tile
and carpet, 7 ceiling fans,
above-ground pool, re-
duced price to$134,900.Call
272-6838 or 762-4481.


ATTENTION RENTERS
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Bulldogs heading for Panther Country
Two Liberty County High School players are heading for Panther
Country after signing athletic scholarships with Birmingham Southern
College. Ridge Read and Leonard DuBuisson are shown above with
their parents, their coach and Liberty County High School Principal
Gay Lewis.


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Four mysterious headstones were found bears the name of Walter Owen Lott, who was
recently on S.E Oak street in Kinard, off B.H. identified as a staff sgt. in the U.S. Air Force.
Stone Road, by some friends who were taking a Shown at right is the stone that once marked
walk. Kinard resident Jan Kelso said she knows the grave of Rochelle Cooper, a WW I veteran,
they're been there for a few weeks but it's not and at left is the headstone of Margaret Evelyn,
known how they got there and why they were who is identified as "wife of cook W.H. Shultz."
left scattered under limbs and debris. The fourth stone does not show a date but has
The oldest headstone dates back to 1950 and the name of Michael Anthony Ketcham.


A/C unit, four ton no duct work,
$300. Call 643-5696. 4-16,4-23
Propane tank, 300 gallon, good
condition with regulator, $300. Call
510-4686. 4-16,4-23
Birch kitchen cabinet doors, very
good condition, painted off white,
shaker style, perfect for woodwork-
ing/arts and crafts project, over 15
doors of various sizes includes
some unpainted shelves, match-
ing drawers included, also cabinet
doors and drawers of unknown
wood, a lot of extra wood, $40 for all.
Call 674-1321, leave message.
4-16, 4-23


HOMES & LAND

10 acres, 725' road frontage on Rev-
ell Farm loop and 600' frontage on
Parrish Lane, makes beautiful home
site. Call 643-2993 or 209-8503.
4-23,4-30
2005 mobile home, 14 x 52
with central heat and air, stove,
refrigerator and 12 X 15 deck.
Must be moved. $21,000. Call
850-209-4447. 4-16, 4-23

Big loton Chipola River, located in
Calhoun County. Call 643-1514.
UFN

PETS/SUPPLIES

Two western saddles, one brand
new, never used, 17", suede seat,
Italian colored leather, one used,
dark colored, 14", good for begin-
ners. Call 447-0438. 4-23,4-30

Used two horse trailer, divider can
be taken out, needs repair, will take
best offer. Call 447-0438. 4-23,4-30

Kittens, free-to loving homes, six
weeks old, three tabbies and one
calico; puppies, born March 17,
Labrador mix, free to loving homes.
Call 762-1959. 4-23,4-30

Mixed puppy, female, 10weeks old,
black with brown feet, free to a good
home. Call 762-2322. 4-23,4-30

Bulldog puppies, seven weeks
old, free to a good home. Call
643-2423. 4-16,4-23

Pitt bull puppies, two males and
four females, Colby Carver and
blue, $75. Call 674-7069. 4-16,
4-23

Four mixed puppies, Siberian
Husky & Wolf, nine weeks old, have
been wormed and had shots, $60.
Call 762-8690. 4-16, 4-23


Horse trailer, $1,200 or best offer.
Call 643-5696. 4-16, 4-23

Puppies, eight weeks old, free to
good home. Call 643-5607.4-16,4-23

Free puppies, six small 8 month
old puppies, wormed, all white and
brown, free to good home. Can be
seen at 18930 NE Hayes Subdivi-
sion Road in Blountstown. Call
674-1224, leave message.
4-16, 4-23


LOST & FOUND

Lost: Orange, Lifeline brand life
jacket, April 6, between the Bristol
and Rock Bluff/ Aspalaga Landing.
Call 643-2058. 4-23,4-30

Lost: Tan Pug. Last seen near
Shelton corner area and Whitewater
Grade Road. Approximately two-
three months old. Call 762-3686.
4-16, 4-23

Lost: German Shepherd, male,"Ju-
nior," very gentle. Lost around Shel-
ton Corner area. Call 447-4197.
4-16,4-23

Lost: Old English Bulldog,.male,
Highway 69 on Jackson. and
Calhoun County line. Answers to
"Hudson". Greatly missed. Reward
for return with.no questions asked.
Call 447-0307. 4-16, 4-23

Found: Men's brand new tennis
shoes. Found on Highway 20,
east of Bristol. Call to describe at
643-5479. 4-16,4-23


YARD SALE

Yard/plant/bake sale & car wash,
the Calhoun-Liberty Relay for Life
will be holding ayard/plant/bake sale
& car wash on Saturday, April 26 at
the American Legion on Highway
20 West of Blountstown. We will get
started at 8 a.m. and go until about
2 p.m. Call Kate at 674-2033.
4-23,4-30

Yard sale, Saturday, May 3, begin-
ning at 8 a.m., no early birds please.
Directions: North on Hwy 71, right
on Hanna Tower Road before Altha
city limits, left on Fuqua Circle (2nd
road). Round dining table with 4
chairs, baby items, bedding, shelv-
ing units, clothes, household items
and furniture. Call 762-3513, 5 8
p.m. (CT), leave message. 4-23,4-30

Multi-family yard sale, Saturday,
April 26from 8 a.m. to noon at 19164
NE Oakhill Drive, Blountstown.
Child sized table and chair set,
bicycles, books, toys, household
items, clothes for babies, toddlers,
kids, and adults. Rain or shine. Call
674-4708. 4-23,4-30


We are two (2) Beagle mix puppies looking for a good home

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We are approximately six (6) months old and we have had all of
our vaccinations as well as Heartgard (heart worms) and Front-
line (fleas). For information to adopt us, please call our Fostgr.
Mom, Ruth at (850) 237-2740 in Blountstown, FL: She is working
through Partners for.Pets (850) 482-4570.


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High school juniors visit Supreme Court in Tallahassee


Pictured on the steps of the Supreme Courthouse before observing an
actual hearing are: (front row, from left) Kimberly Shirah, Kalyn Bidwell,
Jessica Husband and Jennifer Clayton. Middle row, from left: Keeli Tritz,
Leigh Little, Jordan Paul, Kayla Yon and Rebecca Barnes. Back row, from
left: Wesley Newsome, Warren McDonald, Cassidy Hitt, Alex Hardin and
Jacob Causey.


Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative recently sponsored
a trip to Tallahassee for local
high school juniors. The trip was
part of the Rural Electric Youth
Tour Program that rural electric
cooperatives across the nation
participate in.
Each year, the Cooperative
sponsors the program for
eleventh-graders whose parents
or guardians are members of
GCEC. A panel of three judges
from the electric cooperative
industry interviews participants,
and two winners are chosen to
travel on an all-expenses-paid
trip to Washington, D. C. in June,
where they join other eleventh-
grade students from all over the
United States to tour our nation's
capital.


Keeli Tritz and Kayla Yon won
the Youth Tour competition, held
in February, and will represent
the Cooperative during the
Washington tour in June.
However, every student
nominated by a local civic
organization or high school
to participate in the program
is invited to travel on an all-
expenses-paid trip to Tallahassee,
where they join approximately
100 other high school juniors
representing electric cooperatives
all over Florida.
Students representing the
Cooperative in Tallahassee
included: Rebecca Barnes,
representing the Wewahitchka
Woman's Club; Kalyn Bidwell,
representing the Overstreet
Volunteer Fire Department;


Jacob Causey, representing
the Greenhead Volunteer Fire
Department; Jennifer Clayton,
representing the Wewahitchka
Volunteer Fire Department; Alex
Hardin, representingWewahitchka
Ambulance Service; Cassidy Hitt,
representing Altha Public School;
Jessica Husband, representing
the White City Volunteer Fire
Department; Warren McDonald,
representing the Dalkeith
Volunteer Fire Department;
-Wesley Newsome, representing
Blountstown High School; Jordan
Paul, representing Wewahitchka
Search and Rescue; Kimberly
Shirah, representing the Wetappo
Creek Volunteer Fire Department;
Keeli Tritz, representing Vernon
High School; and Kayla Yon,
representing the Kinard Volunteer
Fire Department. Gulf Coast
Electric employees Chris Davis,
Kristin Douglas, Becky Kent,
and Charlie Little served as
chaperones for the trip.
Additionally, Leigh Little
traveled with the group
to Tallahassee. Leigh is the
daughter of Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative employee Charlie
Little and is therefore ineligible to
compete in the contest. Instead,
she competed in a statewide
essay contest for children and
grandchildren of cooperative
employees and board members
for a chance to go on the trip
to Washington, D. C. Shortly
after the Tallahassee trip, it was
announced that Leigh won the
essay contest and will also be
traveling to Washington.
While in Tallahassee,
the students participated in a
Congressional Insight exercise,
led by a National Rural Electric
Cooperative Association
employee. They also observed
an actual Supreme Court hearing
involving a property dispute and
visited the Florida Natural History
museum. The trip concluded
with a visit to the Challenger
Learning Center, where the
students watched the Imax movie
Magnificent Desolation: Walking
on the Moon.
"The Youth Tour program
is a great opportunity for us
to reward local students for
being outstanding leaders in their
communities," Douglas said.
The Rural Electric Youth Tour
Program has been in existence
since 1957 when co-ops sent
students to Washington, D. C.
to work during the summer.
By 1964, the program was
catching on, and the National
Rural Electric Cooperative
Association began to coordinate
the efforts of the co-ops. Since
then, thousands of young people
have experienced this once-in-a-
lifetime opportunity to visit our
nation's capital and learn about
our government.
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative is
part of the Touchstone Energy national
alliance of local, consumer-owned electric
cooperatives providing high standards of
service to customers large and small. GCEC
serves approximately 20,500 consumers in
Bay, Calhoun, Gulf Jackson, Walton and
Washington counties and in the municipalities
of Wewahitchka, Ebro, White City, Lynn
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Chipola announces the Class of 2008 graduates


MARIANNA-Some 370 students
were eligible for graduation at Chipola
College at the end of the spring
semester. Graduation exercises are
scheduled for Thursday, May 1 at 7
p.m. in the Milton Johnson Health
Center.
Chipola alumnus Dr. Malcolm
Gillis, Professor of Economics and
former President of Rice University,
will deliver the commencement
address.
Counted as members of the class
are all who completed their degrees or
vocational certificates from December
of '07 to May of '08 or who will
complete work at Chipola during the
summer of '08.
The class includes the following,
listed according to type of degree and
hometown:
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DE-
GREES
Blountstown-Christopher Jay
Eby.
Bristol-Dawn Michelle
Arrant.
*.Marianna-Joan Lasseter,
Amanda Jean Mullins, Elizabeth
Paulk Sims.
ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DE-
GREES
Altha-Jennie Ruth Fagen,
Britney Chyanne Hansford, Tammy
Rena Moore, Amy Christine Redmond,
Jeremy Redmond, Katie Jo Robinson,
Sarah Sheree' Shelton.
Blountstown-Kate Ann Atkins,
Jay Morgan McClellan, Amanda
Lynette McClendon, Staci Lynn
Pittman, Christopher Adam Richards,
Tanya Marie Savell, Haley Ann
Shoemake, Kelli Elizabeth Walden,
Shannon Paige White.
Bristol-Hali Janelle Barfield,
Eric W. Bryant, Sharley Hevner,
Erica Solange Nobles, Jody M.
Parish, Shaela A. Powell, Kimberly
D. Shuler, Tramaine Spears, David
Kenneth Travis.
Clarksville-Ferlon E. Baggett,
Jr., Brandon Scott Dysard, Justin Miles
McCoy, Lindsay Hollice Miller.
Grand Ridge-Elizabeth Joann
Amason, Seth Basford, Sandra
Franklin, April Jackson, Natalie Maria
Nobles, Christian Smith.
Hosford-Amy E. Mayo.
Marianna-Rebecca Faye Allen,
Dustin Alan Ballard, Melinda Renee
Bannerman, Braytez Jalita Barnes,
John Paul Baumer, Angela Nacole
Blount, Aric Joshua Brisolara, John
Garmany Brunner, Dustie Jo Byrge,
Christopher Calton, Kristen Carlile,
Max Coady, Kimberlynn Amber
Cook, Lloyd A. Crawford, Dustin
Le' Van Crews, Stacy Nicole Croft,
Rachael Michelle Daniel, Richard G.
Davis, III, JoshuaA. Ellis, Lauren N.
Ellis, Heather Raye Eskuchen, Portia
Denise Green, Shannon Lee Grice,
Kyle Seth Gunter, Janell Frances
Marie Gushlaw, Ann Harrison,
Andrea Leigh Helms, Alan James
Herring, Hannah Nicole Hill, Nicole
Ashley Hoff, Clarity E. Hogan, Sara
Danielle Hughes, Cherise Latrelle
Hunt, Charles Anthony Isabella,
Adam Michael Johnson, James C.
Krieger, II, Christopher A. Lambe,
Joycelyn Sharese Lewis, Shaun
M. Lindsey, Russell Aaron Lowe,
Elizabeth Nicole Martin, Kyle Lee
Mattraw, Ashley McCray, Nyoka
Latrice McKay, Cozzie Marie
Morgan, Kristan Aliesha Morgan,
Patricia Elizabeth Murphy, Lorelei
Jean Nicholson ,Veronica Yvette
Oliver, Jessica Leigh Olson, Amber
Jean Pickett, Mary Katherine Rails,
Patricia A. Robinson, Destinie M.
Sanders, Jessica Leighanne Sims,
Richard Cleveland Sims, Laura


Katherine Taylor, Ashley Nichole
Thornton, Brenda Michelle Toal,
Christopher E. Tnrette, Jerrai Rochelle
Vance, Phillip Jeffrey Vosbrink, Ricky
Lee Wade, Teresa Kendyl Ward, John
William White, Amanda Kathleen
Wiggins, Jafria G. Wooden, Brittani
Rochelle York.
ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE


DEGREES
Altha-Rebecca M. Rackley.
Blountstown-Carlos L. Davis,
Donna Julaine Schebel, Caroline
Renae Yoder.
Bristol-Crystal Rae Arnold,
Rebecca Edwards Kever.
Marianna-Lisa Nicole Cannady,
Kathryn Johnson, Val Tina La'Shay


Lawson, Stevey Earl Pope, Jr.,
Kimberly Marie Swindle, Matilda
Ann Weeks.
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
CERTIFICATES
Altha-Jennifer Lynn DeVuyst,
Brigette Rene Utley
Blountstown-Ricky Lee
Sable.


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