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Title: The Calhoun-Liberty journal
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Creator: Calhoun-Liberty Journal
Publisher: Liberty Journal, Inc.
Liberty Journal
Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Publication Date: June 11, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
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Passenger who


fell out of truck


dies of injuries
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A48-year-old Grand Ridge man who was run over after falling
from his friend's truck has died, according to the Florida Highway
Patrol.
Jerry Lee Sullivan succumbed to his injuries June 3 at Bay
Medical Center, where he was brought in critical condition after
a 12:40 a.m. accident May 31 in Calhoun County.
Sullivan was a passenger in a pickup driven by Hansford Eugene
Griffis, 37, of Marianna. Prior to Sullivan's death, Griffis was
charged with DUI, DUI with serious
bodily injury and DUI refusal to submit
to a breath test.
SFHP Trooper Wes Harsey said both
W jmen were under the influence of alcohol
S at the time.
The men were traveling west on State
Road 20 at K.B. Jones Road when they
Decided to turn around. A trooper said
they had just come from the American
Legion Hall in Blountstown.,
Hansford Eugene As Griffis was turning his 1997
Griffis is charged with Chevrolet around in the road, Sullivan
DUI in the May 31 opened the passenger's door to check
accident that fatally
injured his friend. on his dog, who was in the bed of the
truck. Sullivan fell out of the moving
truck onto the south paved shoulder,
where the right rear tire rolled over his head.
An emergency 911 call was logged at the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office at 12:50 a.m. The caller reported that he had "just
run over my buddy's head."
When Deputy William Dalton arrived at the scene near the
Chipola River Bridge on State Road 20, he found Griffis on his
knees, holding a beer can in one hand as Sullivan's head was on
his lap, bleeding.
Griffis told the deputy he didn't mean to run over his friend and
kept shaking the lifeless man in hopes of prompting some sign of
consciousness. The deputy advised him to stop moving his injured
friend as they waited for the ambulance to arrive.
While Sullivan was being assisted by EMTs, Griffis told the
deputy that his friend had fallen out as he turned around in the
road.
The deputy saw Griffis go to his truck, take out a beer can and
throw it onto the shoulder of the road. Dalton retrieved the can and
told Griffis to take a seat in his patrol car and calm down.
Sullivan was flown to Bay Medical Center by AirHeart
helicopter.
Griffis was taken into custody that morning. He was released
.the next day on $8,500 bond.
Sullivan is Calhoun County's second traffic fatality of the year.
The first was Michael D. Sulewski of Blountstown who died after
losing control of his motorcycle on County Road 286 on Feb. 9.


Driver flees
after crashing
van into brick
planter at
apartment
PAGE 3


* Searchers
find missing
woman in
Liberty Co.
woods
.PAGE 5


Five arrested
after series of
crack cocaine
buys made
in Bristol
PAGE 9


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24 Wednesday, June 11, 2008 "


McMullian family members cut the ribbon to officially open the L. E. McMullian. Jr.
Memorial Bridge to Florida River Island. The bridge is located on SR 379, south
of Bristol in Liberty County. Left to right: Nola McMullian (daughter-in-law), Bruce
McMullian (son), Sara J. McMullian (wife), Ashtin McMullian (granddaughter), Greg
McMullian (son) and Beverly McMullian (daughter-in-law).

Liberty County bridge named


in honor of L. E. McMullian Jr.


A newly constructed bridge
at Florida River Island was
dedicated and named the L.
E. McNl\iullin. Jr. Memorial
Bridge by the Northwest
Florida Water Management
District. McMullian was
recognized for his exemplary
service in protecting the water
resources ofnorthwest Florida
while he served as a District
Governing Board member
representing the Apalachicola
and Chipola nier basins.
"'Mr. Mc Mulliaiin \\as
dedicated to protecting this
xitally important interstate


"The bridge will
provide public access
to nearly 6,000 acres
of some of the best
hunting and fishing
lands available to the
residents of Liberty
County and the State
of Florida."
Douglas E. Barr,
Executive Director
of the Northwest Florida
Water Management District


river s stem and its natural resources," said
Douglas E. Barr. Executive Director of the
District during the dedication ceremony held
on June 6.
"He also \was dedicated to ensuring that
District lands were open to the public, %\ ith
recreational opportunities. The bridge will
provide public access to nearly 6,000 acres of


some of the best hunting and
fishing lands jaalljble to the
residents of Liberty Coumit
and the State,of Florida,"
he continued. "WithoutMr.
McMullian's vision and
leadership, this significant
project might not ha\e been
undertaken "
McMullian seed on the
Governing Board from 1987
to 1991 and was reappointed
in 1999 and again in 2003.
His tenure spanned more than
I0 years. He \was a lifelong
resident of Jackson County.
a veteran of the L.S. Navy.


a retired farmer and manager of Dellwood
Wildlife Farms. He was an acti e member of
the Flonda Farm Bureau for nearly 50 years
and a member of their board for more than 25
\ears. MlcNMullian passed away on December
S. 2005 while he was serving his third term
on the North\w est Florida Water Management
District Governing Board.


Snakebite victim recovering following quick response by hospital staff


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
When 10-year-old Tristen Wood yelled "gator,"
his brother and a friend playing with them in the
Chipola River were startled, but they soon realized
he was joking.
When he said he'd been bitten by a snake a few
minutes later, they figured he was teasing again. Af-
,ter his mother saw the fang marks on the index finger
of his right hand, she knew he wasn't kidding.
Tristen, the son of Roman and Angie Wood, was
with family and friends who had gathered at the New
Landing area of the river May 31 when a lazy after-
noon suddenly turned into a race to the hospital.
"Tristen was in ankle deep water, pulling himself
along the edge of the river by holding onto cypress
knees when a moccasin bit him," his father said. It


happened around 4:30 p.m.
He and his 12-year-old brother, Bryson saw the
snake for only a second before it slipped into the
water.
Wood said his youngster son held out his arms
to show the snake's length, which appeared to be
about 16 inches, and said it was brown and "bigger
around than a penny."
Angie Wood got the boys back to the landing as
quickly as possible. "It was easier for them to get
in the river to swim back," Wood said, although the
boys were aware the snake had slipped back into the
water where they would be swimming.
At the landing, the injured boy was met by his

SNAKEBITE continued on page 9


Sheriffs Log...2 C mm i-t CaIndar. Cc~rmen;ar3.. 2 7 7 News from the Pews...8 Farmer's Almanac...9
7 112210101 1100118 r4-d O aiI-s-.46 The for summarb-mne gardening.. 19 Obuaries...18 Classifleds...20, 21, 23 & 24


Tristen
Wood
holds up
his swollen
hand while
in the ICU.
The marks
on his arm
were made
to track the
swelling
after his
recent
snakebite.








Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JUNE 11, 2008


Fight over car

keys leads to

couple's arrest
A disturbance outside
Thompson's Store in Telogia led
to the arrest of two people on
disorderly intoxication charges
June 4.
The arrest report from the
Liberty County Sheriff's Office
gave the following account of
the incident:
Deputy Shane Geiger was
dispatched to Telogia at 8:10
p.m. and arrived to find two men
arguing. James Lee Godfrey, who
had blood on his shirt and arms,
was running around and yelling
obscenities at his brother-in-law,
Wylie Williams.
After the deputy separated
the two men, Godfrey continued
his outburst and began yelling
at his girlfriend, Lottie Ferrell,
who was walking around behind
the vehicle, hitting the car and
cursing.
Both smelled strongly of
an alcoholic beverage. Deputy
Timothy Partridge said Ferrell
failed a field sobriety exercise.
Godfrey was taken into custody
after refusing the deputy's request
to calm down.
Williams stated that his brother
was angry because Ferrell had left
him uptown.
He said Godfrey bloodied his
shirt when he jumped through
the window of the car and cut
himself.
The two men were fighting
over the car keys, which Godfrey
had grabbed from Ferrell, his
brother-in-law said, explaining
that Godfrey had been drinking
and did not have a valid driver's
license.


Liberty County

O ARREST

REPORTS
compiled by
Journal Editor
Teresa Eubanks


Man charged

after unwanted

visits to woman

reported June 4
A man who went to the home
of a Bristol woman who had asked
him to stay away was arrested
after a deputy was dispatched to
follow up on her request to issue
a trespassing warning.
James Marvin Sparks Jr. was
asked to leave when he stopped
at a home on First Street June 4
after previously being told not to
come to the residence, according
to the report filed by Deputy
Brian Bateman.
The woman said he had come
to her home at 8 a.m. that day and
returned around 9 p.m.
The deputy caught up with
Sparks just after he left the
woman's home and noticed he
had an open bottle of beer in his
truck console. As they talked,
the deputy also was aware of the
strong odor of burnt marijuana. A
small amount of marijuana (less
than 20 grams) was found in a
cigarette box and in a pill bottle in
the pocket of the driver's door.
Sparks was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana and having an
open container of alcohol in his
vehicle. He was also issued a
warning against trespassing at the
woman's home.


Sexual offender

arrested after

moving without

notifying Liberty

sheriff's office
A man registered as a sexual
predator was jailed last week
after he reportedly moved
without giving the Liberty
County Sheriff's Office proper
notification.
Albert Schwendeman, 36,
had been living at.12428 NW
Gobbler Court before moving
into a mobile home on State Road
12 South, according to a report
from the Liberty County Sheriff's
Office.
After verifying that
Schwendeman had been living
at the new location for two weeks,
deputies took him into custody.
Schwendeman stated that his
wife had called the sheriff's office
about the move but no record of
the call was found, according to
the arrest report.
Schwendeman was convicted
three times on sexual charges
with a minor. He was convicted in
Aug. 1990 in Liberty County for
lewd assault and sexual battery
on a victim under 16. He was
convicted for lewd and lascivious
acts on a child under 16 in Oct.
1998 in Volusia County. His
third conviction, also in Volusia
County, was in Jan. 2006 for lewd
assault and sexual battery on a
victim under 16.
He was arrested June 3 and
charged with failure of a sexual
predator to report an address
change with 48 hours.


Man arrested after selling marijuana to

informant during meeting at boat landing


The use of a confidential
informant led to the arrest of a
man for selling marijuana last
week in Bristol.
The informant, who had made
purchases from the suspect in the
past, set up the buy in a June 3 cell
phone conversations.
The two agreed to meet at the
Bristol Boat Landing that day
at noon, where Liberty County
Sheriff's Deputies Timothy
Partridge and Todd Wheetley
were stationed out of sight to
monitor the exchange.
The officers watched as
Vincent Peacock, 47, of Bristol
pulled up and the informant got in
the passenger's seat of his vehicle
with $40 to pay for a baggie of
marijuana. The conversation,
along with the earlier phone call,
was recorded.
When the informant stepped
out of the vehicle, deputies
moved in.
The marijuana was recovered
from the informant and the
marked cash used in the exchange
was found in a cup holder in
the center console of Peacock's
vehicle.


A black bag that held a small
amount of marijuana and two
packs of rolling paper was found
in the glove box.
During questioning at the jail,
Peacock admitted that he had
"probably one or two ounces" of
marijuana at his residence.
Deputies found two ounces
of marijuana in a locker in a
shed at Peacock's home. Drug


paraphernalia, including several
plastic bags and a set of digital
scales, were also recovered from
the shed.
Peacock was charged with
sale of a controlled substance
(marijuana), possession of a
controlled substance with intent
to sell, possession of more than 20
grams ofmarijuana and possession
of drug paraphernalia.


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CALHOUN COUNTY
June 2
*Timothy Edward Brazell,. VOP.
*Bernard Antonio Robinson, trespassing.
June 3
*Nathaniel Andrew Cookley, possession of drug
paraphernalia, driving while license suspended or
revoked, possession of more than 20 grams.
*John Harrison Kent III, VOP.
June 4
*Dixie Renee White, VOP.
*Tyree Johnson, VOP.
June 5
*Ernest Bernard Snowden, VOP (times 2 Leon
Co.).
*Vance Gordon McGough, worthless checks
(times 2 Gulf Co.), FTA (times 2 Gulf Co.).
*Jacob Paul Foster, burglary (times 5), grand
theft (times 3), petty theft.
*Bobby Paine 1ll, possession of alcohol under
the age of 21.
*Michael Lloyd Rayburn, VOCC.
June 6
*Brandon Devon Johnson, VOP, VOP (Jackson
Co.), FTA (Jackson Co.).
*Candelaria Flores, no valid driver's license.
June 7
*Julio Cesar Cruz-Hernadez, domestic battery
felony.
*Joshua Clay Williams, domestic battery.
*Misty Lynn McGill, VOSP.
*William Robert Green, battery.
*Lewis Dean Nickell, trafficking in controlled
substance, possession of less than 20 grams,
possession of drug paraphernalia.
June 8
*Jasmine Page Williams, possession of less than
20 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia.
*Bobby Lee Omans, DUI.

LIBERTY COUNTY
June 2
*Stephen Dawson, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, no driver's license, reckless
driving, felony fleeing and eluding.
*Albert Schwendeman, failure to report address
change as a sexual predator.
June 3
*Vincent Peacock, sale of controlled substance,
possession with intent to sell, possession of more
than 20 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia.
*Johnny Jordan, holding for Gadsden Co.
June 4
*James Marvin Sparks, possession of less than
20 grams, possession of open container.
*James Godfrey, disorderly conduct.
*Lottie Lela Ferrell, disorderly intoxication.
June 6
*James Michael Tipper, child support (Wakulla
Co.).
June 7
*Garland M. Revell, DUI.
*Stuart Simpson, serving weekends.
.June8
*Misty Lynn McGill, state VOP.
*Leeah Dawn Davis, holding for investigation.
*Jasmine P. Williams, holding for CCSO.

Listingsincludenamefollowedbychargeandidentificationofarrestingagency Thenamesaboverepresent
those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty

Blountstown Police Dept.
June 2 through June 8, 2008 .
Citations issued:
Accidents...............03 Traffic Citations...............11
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)....109
Business alarms.....04 Residential alarms..........02
Complaints................................................. 170


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JUNE 11, 2008 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 3


Driver flees after crashing into brick planter in front of apt.


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
The driver of a van who fled
after speeding away from a
deputy and slamming into a brick
planter at Benchmark Apartments
remains at large, according to
the Calhoun County Sheriff's
Office.
Liberty County authorities
were looking for a suspect.
who had worked for them as
a confidential informant and


neglected to return the audio
recording equipment she had
used, valued at over $400.
Sunday afternoon, Calhoun
County deputies were asked to,
keep a lookout for her van and
said she was thought to be staying
at a local trailer park. At 1:18 a.m.
the following morning, Deputy
William Dalton was pulling
out from the parking lot at the
sheriff's office when he saw the


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Calhoun County

ARREST

REPORTS
compiled by
Journal Editor
Teresa Eubanks

van that reportedly belonged to
23-year-old Leeah Davis.
Dalton turned around to follow
the van, which went into the
wrong lane and failed to signal
before turning onto Veterans
Avenue.
The driver of the van, later
identified as Thomas Lee Jenkins
Jr., 37, of Blountstown, sped up
when the deputy turned on his
lights and siren.
The van went through the
courthouse parking lot, back onto
Veterans Avenue and then onto
Fannin Avenue before turning
into Benchmark Apartments,
where the vehicle slammed into
a brick planter.
The driver jumped out and ran
east, slipping through a hole in a
wood fence and heading toward
Veterans Avenue.
Dalton called for backup and
remained at the scene with the
van's two passengers, identified
as Jasmine Williams and Davis.
Another deputy and a police
officer began searching for the
driver, described as a black male
wearing red shorts, a red tank top,
tennis shoes and glasses.
The suspect was found on


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Veterans Avenue but mistakenly
released due to poor radio
communication, according to
Dalton's incident report.
Both women identified Jenkins
as the driver after viewing a photo
from the sheriff's office.
Charges are pending against
Jenkins for fleeing and attempting
to elude police, resisting without
violence, no valid driver's license
and leaving the scene of an
accident with property damage.
Damages to the brick planter
were estimated at $1,500.


Davis was turned over to
the Liberty County Sheriff's
Department for questioning and
was expected to be charged with
grand theft.
After being asked if she had
any illegal drugs, Williams
handed over a cigarette pack that
was tucked inside her bra. The
pack held the stubs of several
marijuana cigarettes and a plastic
bag with powder cocaine residue.
She was charged with possession
of less than 20 grams of marijuana
and drug paraphernalia


Man found with 33

hydrocodone pills
A Wewahitchka man was arrested after a deputy discovered he was
in possession of 33 hydrocodone pills without a prescription following
a traffic stop in Calhoun County Saturday night.
Arrested was 36-year-old Lewis Dean Nickell.
Calhoun County Deputy William Dalton was transporting someone
to the jail when he noticed Nickell's small pickup traveling north on
Hwy. 71 at Wrennie Moody Road around 10:11 p.m.
Dalton stopped the vehicle after seeing it travel off the edge of the
road twice before crossing the center line into oncoming traffic.
When questioned about his driving, Nickell said that there was
a lot of weight on the back of his truck that was causing it to go all
over the road.
In his arrest report, Dalton noted that the driver seemed very
nervous as they talked and his hands were shaking when he handed
over his driver's license.
A drug dog was brought to the scene to sniff around the truck and
gave a "positive passive alert" for the odor ofnarcotics. Two marijuana
cigarettes were found in the arm rest of the driver's door.
During a search of the driver, the deputy found a large bulge in the
leg of his pants. Dalton lifted the pants leg and found a clear plastic bag
that contained 33 white pills later identified as Hydrocodone 7.5.
Nickell was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance.

Kinard man charged with domestic

battery for head-butting woman
A Kinard man involved in an altercation with his brother was
later arrested for domestic battery after he allegedly head-butted his
girlfriend, leaving her with a cut on her lip, according to a report from
the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office.
Arrested was William Green, 44.
The sheriff's office received a 911 call reporting a drunken fight
between two men at Green Lane shortly before 8 p.m. Saturday. The
caller said one of the men had a gun and the other man was going to
get a gun.
.Deputy William Dalton took a statement from the victim who said
Kenneth Green walked away after the fight but William Green returned
to the residence and began "getting in her face."
When the woman told him to move back, he responded by hitting
her face with his head.
Green was gone when the deputy arrived but returned to the scene
a few minutes later, resuming his argument with the victim. Dalton
was called back to the home and arrested Green.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Green brothers of Kinard should not be
confused with William Green and Kenneth Green ofBristol.


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Benefit for Hosford

VFD to be held at

Hosford Game Room
The Great American Wrestling Fed-
eration in association with the Hosford
Telogia Game Room and Entertainment
Center presents "Burning down the
House." This show benefits the Hosford
Volunteer Fire Department. The show
will be held on Saturday, June 14 at 8
p.m. (ET) at the Hosford Telogia Game
Room.
Come out and see the return ofGAWF
Tag Team Champions, The Hotbod-
ies, GAWF Heavyweight Champ Steve
Goins, Little Shooter, Corey Jackson,
The Man CZAR, and BTY Colby God-
win.
The show is sponsored by Donnie
Conyers for Sheriff, Robert Hill.for
Clerk of Court, Delores Bryant Davis
for Property Appraiser. Bubba Rast for
Ta\ Collector. Eddie Pullam for Comunt
Commissioner. Jim Johnson for Coun-
t, Commissioner. GreL Brandon for
School Board. Sue Summers for School
Superintendent. Ketin Williams for
County Commissioner. Sidne\ Beck-
w ith for School Board. Jerry Le\ Is for
County Commissioner and Logan Ke\ -
er for School Board
Come out and support this great
cause. You net er kno\\ \hen it ma\ be
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selling racks of ribs

for Fourth of July
Nl.kRIANN.- Coienanit Hopice is
pleased to announce our Ist. Annual Rack
U)' Ribs S.ile To celebrate ,:ur cliititr.,
:reedni. ,.e Mill be sellnI 'RaLR.ks. (7)
Ribs' t, benefit ( ., iiiijr Hip!ice TIk
rib, %' ill be made a atlable on Jul', _. in
ilme t for ',ur 4th of Jul, celebi.ition
There \ill be conl. e enit disnibutlo
locations 1lituotihoutt our -er. ice area for
pAiuons t': pick utp their Ilbs .A full slab
of ribs can be puichlasi d for S2ti or 2 full
slabs for S30 To place ,our order. piea e
contact Jennifer Griffin at 4S2-.s52U 'or
21i1-0221. or ',ou can ema!il her at .lennifer
gritffiiin atc'. enatthoi.picc or.
Proceed, tronm lthe Rack -' Rib-, Sale
,, ilI benefit Coo eitant Hospice's Nlariatmi
Blaincli .li. ,li pro-i des I pectal c.ire ti,
p.tticints anid tili lo ed one,. in J.icl:son.i
Holnies. Calhoun and J\Va-rington
counties
.A a not-for-profit oirg.i-tzatoii, '. e rel\
ilea\ il on utindraibine -'A er t to fiullf our
'l:nissin \\e trol, need ',,oir tipporl tI0
continue to "add life to da, s hen da,,
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Hospice', serx ices are based on need. aind
not abilir', t-, pa\ We ,incercl', h pe ,o
vill support the Cot enant Hospice Rack
O' Ribs Sale

The Calhoun-Liberty Journal is
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by the Liberty Journal Inc.,
Summers Road, P.O. Box 536,
Bristol, FL 32321.
Annual subscriptions are $18.
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TODAY'S MEETINGS
erty County Children's Coalition, 11 a.m., Emergency Man-
ent Building
ary Club, noon, Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
ght Loss Support Group, 1:30 p.m., Shelton Park Library
Sportsman Club, after school, Veterans Memorial Park Civic
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7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. east door, in front of jail



TODAY'S MEETINGS
erty Women's Club, 11 a.m., Apalachee Restaurant
loun County Chamber of Commerce, board of directors, 12
conference room
rch & Rescue, 6:30 p.m., Westside Fire Dept in Blountstown
7 p.m., basement of Calhoun County Courthouse
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6 12p.m 4merican Legion Hall in Blouniston

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a Boy Scouts, 5:30 p m., Altha Volunteer Fire Department
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ioun Co. School Board. 5 p m, Calhoun Courthouse
erty County School Board, 5 p m. Liberty Education and
nistraiive Center in the library
houn County Girl Scout Troop 579, 5 30-7 p.m., W T Heal
Center
a Town Council. 6 p.m., City Hall
intstown City Council, 6 p.m.
6:30 p.m Liberty Co. Courthouse iwesI side entrance)
Scout Troop 206, 7 p.m., Veterans Memorial Park Civic
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untstown Chapter #179 O.E.S. 7 p.m., Dixie Lodge
tol Lions Club, 7 p.m.. Apalachee Restaurant
tol VFD 7 30 p.m.. Bristol City Hall


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Indian Creek

Education (ICE)

and Paddling Trip
The Apalachicola Riverkeeper and the
Franklin County Parks and Recreation
Department will sponsor the third in a
series of FREE educational paddling
programs at Franklin County's newly
acquired Indian Creek Public Park. The
park is located on North Bayshore Drive
in Eastpoint. The ICE paddling trips are
scheduled for the fourth Saturday of every
month.
The upcoming trip is scheduled for
Saturday, June 28, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A short educational talk will be followed
by a 3.5 hour kayak/canoe trip with Tom
Herzog, who is a Riverkeeper volunteer
and former Canadian wilderness canoeing
guide. Tom and his wifeKatie have also
taken students on environmental education
trips to South and Central America.
No boat? A limited number of kayaks.
PFD's. and paddles are a\ ailable through
the Apalachicola Rierkeeper. Participans
should bring water and lunch and be
comfortable paddling open \water, tidal
streams, and narrow creeks teeming \w ith
w wildlife. Participants should be prepared
to use their vehicles a, shurtles to water
access locanons The e\act location of the
mp \ ill be go\ enied by w weather conditions
and the skill le el of the participants
Reservations are required and can
be made b\ calling the .palachicola
Ri\ erkeeper office at 6I53.-,S3(I

Torreya Park Ravine
Restoration June 14
The triknds of ToriL',i State Park
Iii nlie e' er'. oiln inteite ed to help u: be'in
Iestoration of uniqLue ra. Inc in Lhiberr,
CountIt
Please meet us at S-3ii0 3 n iETi.
June 14 at the itetsectiion of Hw, 2 )11
iS'.'eeti\jati i and Diiani, Black Road
BIITnI loi'.es, lhat. a.id a picnic lnch
Bc\L.raL'e aud desert 1.'. ill be pio,,\ ided
Cali -43-2nr"-4 tfr nore information

Flag pole dedication
in Hosford June 14
The Jinuinm \\c~\er Memorial Librarj
in Hosl-brd \, ill ha\ e a flag pole dedication
ceiemnoir, on Flag Da\. June 14 at I0 ia in
The local VF\V and Woodinen of the
world d organizations are donating a pole
and a flage flir the occasion The public s
coirdiall) mi nied to attend





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Suicidal woman found after car gets bogged down in Liberty County


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A Bay County woman
who threatened to end her
life following an argument
with her husband was found
safe Saturday in the Liberty
County woods where her
car had gotten bogged down
in the sand, according to


Liberty County Deputy Caryl
Marotta.
After 24 hours without any
word from the woman, her
frantic husband managed to
reach her on her cell phone.
The woman said she had
been driving along State Road
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got stuck in the sand when
she tried to turn around. She
was found about a quarter of
-a mile east of Prison Road by
searchers early Saturday af-
ternoon.
"She spent the night and
half the day there," said Ma-
rotta. "Luckily, she had.a cell
phone charger." Unable to
get help, she had to wait until
her cell phone recharged to
answer her husband's repeat-
ed calls Saturday.
Before finally making con-
tact by cell phone, the dis-
traught husband believed his
wife was dead.


The husband had filed a
missing persons report in
Bay County. After learning
she was in Liberty County,
her husband and son "went
down every little road they
could find looking for her,"
the deputy said.
Once search and rescue
members were called out,
the woman was located in 55
minutes.
Searchers went down nu-
merous small paths into the
woods looking for her and
managed to narrow down the
site by talking with her on
the phone and waiting for her
to let them know when she


heard the deputy's siren.
Liberty County Search and
Rescue Commander Rudy
Sumner said the woman, who
is on medication and has sev-
eral health problems, proba-
bly became disoriented while
driving through the area.
The woman said when she
first got out of the vehicle,
she fell down a sand embank-
ment, which left her with nu-
merous scrapes, scratches
and bruises. "She was eat up
with mosquitoes and yellow
flies," Sumner said.
Richard Mims was one of
the first to locate the woman.
"She was worn out and asked
for a bottle of water," he said.
"Luckily, she had enough
fuel that she was able to sit in
the car and keep the air con-
ditioning on."
After being treated at the
scene, she was taken to the
emergency room at Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital where she
received additional medical
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Liberty County Ambulance Service would
like to thank the following people for their
gifts during EMS week: Dr. Carol Sutton,
Major Donnie Conyers, SheriffHarrell Revell,
Dale Hobby, Jerry Lewis, Rhonda Lewis,
Dexter Barber, LB Arnold, Albert Butcher,
Davis Stoutamire, Jim Johnson, Mitchell
Larkins, H.C. and Mary Duggar, Air Medic
2, Apalachee Restaurant, Subway, Buy Rite,
Superior Bank, Piggly Wiggly in Bristol, all
the people that came to say thanks, cards of
appreciation and a very special thank you to
Deputy Caryl Marotta for the hard work putting
this together. It was a very nice week for all.


We would like to thank everyone for the
many prayers, calls and gifts that were sent
to our family on behalf of our son, Tristen.
Tristen was bitten on the hand by a snake while
walking along the banks of the Chipola River
last Saturday. We took him to the Calhoun
Liberty Hospital Emergency Room where the
staff began administering anti-venin. Thank
-you to Debbie, Carla, Phillip and others
at the hospital for being professional and
compassionate to our son. Tristen was then
flown to TMH where the anti-venim treatment
was continued until his release on Monday.
Thanks to the quick actions of our friends who
were there when he was bitten, and the many
new and old friends that helped with kindness
and prayers, we would like to thank you.
Sincerely,
Roman and Angie Wood


Guest Speakers
BRISTOL CHURCH OF GOD
- The Bristol Church of God will
host special evangelistic services on
Sunday June 15 18 with Evangelist
Rev. Bennie Jones. The Sunday
services begin at 11 a.m. (only one
service Sunday) and the Monday -
Wednesday services begin at 7 p.m.
(ET).
Everyone is invited to come
for an exciting time of praise and
worship and preaching of the Word
of God.
The church is located at 19102
S.R. 12 North. Call the church office
at 643-5795 for more information.
Special Music
& Concerts
BLOUNTSTOWN CHURCH
OF GOD We will have a gospel
sing with Joel Hathaway and Easy
Company, Saturday, June 14, 6
p.m.
Church is located offofHwy. 20 W.
one block behind R & R Warehouses.
Everyone is welcome. Call 674-8437
for more information.
Food Ministries
BLOUNTSTOWN CHURCH OF
GOD -The Blountstown Church of
God will have food boxes available
Saturday, June 14 at 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
at the church.
These boxes are made available
through the assistance of Seed
Sowers Evangelistic Association,
Operation Compassion and the
Blountstown Church of God to help
needy families in Calhoun County.
One box of food per Calhoun
County family until they are gone,
please.
The church is located one block
behind R&R Warehouses off of


Hwy. 20 West in Blountstown.
Vacation Bible
School/Backyard
Bible Clubs
BRISTOL PENTECOSTAL
HOLINESS CHURCH Bristol
Pentecostal Holiness Church will be
participating in God's Big Backyard
from June 22 -25. We will have our
kickoff starting on Sunday evening,
at 5 p.m. ard continue on Monday
- Wednesday nights from 6 to 8:15
p.m.
In God's Big Backyard, kids
will participate in the excitement of
Backyard Bash, experience God's
word at Backyard Bible Club, meet
real-life servants at Community
Corner, plus explore and create
through fun filled crafts and games.
Your kids won't want to miss this
adventure in God's Big Backyard!
Make plans now to attend!
For more information, please call
Heather Willis or Sandra Willis at
643-5886 or 643-7149.
Prayer Meetings
PRAYER BAND The Liberty
Community Prayer Band will hold
prayer service Thursday, June 12
at 7:30 p.m. (ET) at the home of
Brother and Sister Louie Beckwith.
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend. For more information, call
643-3660.


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B.J.'s Marine
Family Owned & Operated 9 Serving the Area Since 1991
For many years, BJ.'s Marine has been the lThaisu and Nissan authorized outboard motor dealer for sales and service in
the area. Their goal is to provide leadership in serving and '.i ji 1 ti-'.:;r customers, while always maintaining the industry's
highest level of professionalism. They recognize that you are making a large investment in your new boat or motor, and they
would like to help you find what you want, need and can afford. B.J.'s Marine will be there for you-every step of the way, from
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They continue to enhance their great lines and latest designs, including Delta Marsh boats (125 gauge all diJr JI which are
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B.J.'s Marine wants to earn your trust and be your boat dealer, whether your needs are in a new boat, used boat, or a Delta Marsh
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people coming to our side during the devastating loss of "our Zac? I'll begin bythanking
Heavenly Father for allowing us to live in the most awesome close knit and caring community
on earth. I've never seen so. many individuals and agencies from every surrounding county
come together so quickly and work so diligently to help our devastatedgrief-strickenfamilyfind
their lost loved one. We want each one ofyou to know what a difference you made in our lives.
Whether it was Liberty County Search and Rescue, Liberty EMS, LCI, Leon County Sheriff's
Office, Wewa and Bay Search and Rescue, Calhoun County Sheriff's Office, Blountstown Police
Department, Florida Wildlife Qfficers, Apalachee Restaurant, the leaders and ladies of the
Mormon church, many other local church leaders and members,-and the many family members
and friends that never left our side.
Thanks to the friends that provided a private place to cry andpray and those who cried and
prayed with us. Thanks to those ofyou that providedfood, drinks, ice, chairs, fans and cool air.
Thank you all for the flowers, cards and meals provided to our home. There were so many of
you that Ipray I didn forgett to mention anyone and truly apologize if I did.
You only think you know what q great place you live until you have a crisis and see your
neighbors and friends surround you. Zac loved his neighbors, his community and he loved
"that river Many times when he would call home while serving our country in Afghanistan
he would say to us, "Ijust can't wait to get home and go to the river Idon't know ofa greater
tribute any of you could have been than to have helped recover our son from the very place he
loved to spend his time.
We prayedso diligently that things would've turned out different, but with Heavenly Father's
divine help and your continued support and prayers I know that our family will eventually be
able to moveJbrward as so many of you have done after losing a loved one. I pray we will all
continue to have compassion for one another whether we're in a crisis or not.
And last but not least, let's not ever forget those that are serving or have served our blessed
nation and never underestimate what they have sacrificed for our "enduring freedom. I believe
that if Zac could tell each one of you how much it meant to him to see you all comforting his
family he would. So every time you enjoy our beautiful Apalachicola River, just remember
somewhere along your way he'll be enjoying it too. May Heavenly Father bless each and every
one ofyou for all you have done for Zac and our family.
The Barber and Solano Family


HIDDEN -

STREASURES '
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Take Up The
Shield of Faith
Text: Ephesians 6:10-18
The Otterbein Teacher tells a story
about two children counting their pen-
nies. Jane said, "I have five pen-
nies."
Mary said, "I have ten pennies."
Jane observed, "You don't bave
ten pennies, you only have five."
Mary explained, "My father said
he would give me five cents tonight,
and so I have ten cents."
Mary was sure of what she hoped
for and certain of what she did not
see. Hebrews 11:1 says that is the
definition of faith. Paul tells us that
we need to take up the shield of faith
whenever fighting temptation.
As Paul described the armor, he
probably had a picture of the Roman
soldier in his mind. The sight of a Ro-
man soldier would have been very
familiar in Paul's day.
The Roman shield was large
enough for the soldier to hide behind.
Barnes says, 'The idea is, that as the
shield covered or protected the oth-
er parts of the. armor, so faith has a
similar importance in the Christian vir-
tues." Faith is your defense against
the fiery darts of Satan.
Satan cannot force the believer in
Christ to do anything that he or she
doesn't want to do. But he can entice
you and harass you. He is a power-
ful being. You must stand firm in your
faith.
If tempted to steal, believe that
God will bless your hard work and
provide for you. Lonely teenager,
believe God will bless your chastity
and lead you to a wonderful spouse.
If discouraged, know that God will re-
ward you for going on.
Take up the shield of faith. Act on
the promises of God. Be sure of what
you hope for. Be certain of what you
cannot see. Walk by faith and not by
sight.


The W.R. Tolar 8th grade class would like
to thank each and every parent, business and
individual who contributed and supported our
recent trip to Washington, D.C. We had a great
time! Without the support from our community,
this trip would not have been possible. There
were also ten students that would have not been
able to participate in the class trip. This was a
once in a lifetime experience for these kids and
if it wasn't for the support of our community,
they would not have had this experience.
We would also like to thank the people that
participated in each and every fund raiser. This
was a big part of helping us reach our goal.
Also, to the parents, thank you for taking your
weekends and helping man posts at the poker
run, serving plates at our chicken pilau, and
asking everyone you know for a dollar to buy
a raffle ticket. Thank you again to everyone
that helped make this trip possible.
W.R. Tolar 8th grade class

I would like to say thank you to all of you
who helped to get all our school board members
and superintendent to say they would rescind
the vote to consolidate our two high schools.
This was promised at the May 30 school board
meeting.
Thanks to all of you who donated time and
money and spoke up against consolidation.
This saved our two high achieving high-
schools and also our two communities.
I can't begin to name all who helped with
this cause as there were so very, very many.
We had people from Altha and Blountstown,
allover the county and many out of county
people who helped. My sincere thanks to all of
you you know who you are.
S I'm truly sorry ifI have offended
anyone in the last couple of years
S': trying to stop consolidation of our
':' schools. My only intention was to
":: help our students and teachers and
also to save our two towns.
Sincerely,
Morrell Bailey,
Altha


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father and taken to the emergency room at Calhoun- a a light wrap on it like an Ace bandage and make sure
Liberty Hospital. The ER was notified that they were it doesn't restrict circulation," he said.
about to receive a snakebite victim. BB l l 0l The Woods have a new appreciation for the facility in
"They started the antivenin quickly," said Wood, Blountstown. "I can tell you I was proud of our hospital,"
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wno aamittea ne was surpnse matt sucn a small acl-
ity stocked the medicine, which is most effective when
administered within four to six hours of a bite.
After getting the antivenin in his system, an emergency
helicopter was called in to transport the boy to Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital.
"In just a couple of hours the swelling had gone from
his hand around to his elbow. They were able to stop it
before it got to his shoulder," said Wood. "He was scared
and we were concerned, too."
Tristen stayed in the hospital's intensive care unit for
two days. He returned home June 2.
Wood said he learned a few things that day about treat-


ing snakebite.
He was surprised to find that the same antivenin works
for cottonmouth, copperheads and rattlesnake bites.
As they rode to the hospital in Blountstown, the ER
staff told them what to do and most of what they said
was the opposite of what Wood thought was supposed
to be done.
"They said don't put ice on the wound and keep it
lower than your heart. They said don't put a tourniquet
on it because it could damage the muscles in the affected
areas," he explained.
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waiting on us. They started the antivenin quickly. The
staff was professional and compassionate with my son."
During the harrowing ride from the landing, Wood
was trying to keep things light by distracting his frighted
boy. "I asked him if he knew what had happened to the
snake," Wood said. Tristen replied 'no.' "I told him it's
probably licking its' tail right now trying to get the taste
out of his mouth."
Since Tristen's release from the hospital, the family
has already returned to the water. "I don't want him to be
afraid of the river," his father said, explaining that it was
a special place for their family to spend time together.


Five arrested after series of controlled crack buys in Bristol


by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A drug sweep by the Liberty County
Sheriff's Office resulted in the arrest of
five people on charges of selling crack
cocaine.
Those arrested included Louis Beck-
with, Octavis Barnes, Corey S. Mc-
Cullough, Robert Lee Donar and Cassie
Jean Personette. All are from Bristol.
A confidential informant working with
the sheriff's office contacted each suspect
in an attempt to purchase crack cocaine
Monday in Bristol.
*LOUIS BECKWITH, 68,was charged
with sale of a controlled substance (crack
cocaine) and possession of a controlled
substance with intent to sell. Following a
second drug transaction, he was charged
with possession of crack cocaine with
intent to distribute, sale of crack cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a place of worship
and solicitation of prostitution.
According to the probable cause report,
the informant handed over $50 in marked
cash to buy crack cocaine after meeting
Beckwith at a residence on Smith Circle.


Concerned that Beckwith might suspect
the informant was wearing a microphone,
deputies decided to monitor the transac-
tion by cell phone.
During the second transaction, which
took place in the informant's car that was
parked on Hall Circle, the two agree to
trade cocaine for sex. The probable cause
outlined how the informant asked for
some of the cocaine first. When Beck-
with complied, the informant signaled
and deputies moved in.
Beckwith fled on foot and was later
found hiding in the woods off County
Road 12 North
*OCTAVIS BARNES,22, was charged
with possession of a controlled substance
(crack cocaine) and resisting arrest with
violence.
Monday evening, an informant met
Barnes at a Hwy. 12 North-residence and
asked to buy some cocaine. Bares said
he did not have any. The informant then
said she had thrown some crack cocaine
out of her vehicle earlier on the shoulder
of Central Avenue in Bristol, just north of


the Chevron Station.
Shortly after the informant left, a
deputy placed a piece of crack cocaine
wrapped in a paper towel in the location
she had described.
Deputies standing in the tree line
watched as Barnes went to the spot and
picked up the piece of crack.
When they stepped out to arrest him,
Barnes turned to run. A blast from a
deputy's taser missed him. After a short
struggle in the middle of Central Avenue,
Barnes was arrested and taken into cus-
tody.
COREY MCCULLOUGH, 37, was
charged with possession of a controlled
substance (crack cocaine) within 1,000
feet of a place of worship and possession
of a controlled substance (crack cocaine)
with intent to sell.
McCullough met an informant at 9:25
p.m. at the intersection of S.R. 12 North
and Freeman Road where he agreed to
sell a piece of crack cocaine for $20. He
asked the informant to drive him to the
BP Store so he could buy some beer.


Deputies monitored the exchange that
took place in the parking lot. McCullough
was then dropped off at an apartment on
Spring Street and later arrested.
*ROBERT LEE DONAR was charged
with principle in the first degree to sale of
a controlled substance.
According to the probable cause, Do-
nar met an informant who had asked to
buy $200 in crack cocaine from Cassie
Jean Peronette, and stayed nearby as the
transaction was conducted.
*CASSIE JEAN PERSONETTE, 32,
was charged with sale of a controlled
substance within 1,000 feet of a place of
worship and possession of a controlled
substance (crack cocaine).
Personette met with an informant driv-
en to her by Donar around 6:20 p.m. at
Hall Circle. Personette handed over the
cocaine in exchange for $200 in marked
cash. She and Donar were later stopped
on the road, where she was a passenger
in his vehicle. The $200 used to buy the
cocaine was stuck down inside her shirt.


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ALYSSA & DESTINY
WEBB
Alyssa and Destiny Webb
celebrated their eighth birthday
on May 23 with a Hannah
Montana/High School Musical
party. They are the daughters of
Latosha Webb of Blountstown.
Their grandparents are Alvin
and Wretha Webb of Altha
and Dale and Mary Folsom
of Blountstown. Their great-
grandparents are the late
W.T Webb and Pat Webb of
Altha and the late B.M. Terry
and the late Viola Terry of
Blountstown. They are the
big sisters of Nickoli Webb.
They enjoy swimming, playing
babies, and playing with their
baby brother.


COLETON HOBBY
Coleton Hobby celebrated his
fourth birthday on May 19.
Coleton is the son Jessica
Hobby and Larry Hobby, Jr.
of Bristol. He is the grandson
of Jerry and Carolyn Shields
of Blountstown and Henrietta
and the late Larry Hobbs, Sr.
of Bristol. His great-grand-
parents include Charles and
Ruth Creel of Blountstown
and LouVennie Hobbs of
Bristol. Coleton enjoys swim-
ming, riding his bicycle and
playing with his big brother,
Zachary.


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Walker Chumneyis celebrating
his third birthday on June
11. He is the son of Kara
Kearce and Garrett Chumney.
His grandparents are Jr. and
Charla Kearce of Bristol and
Bailey and Charlotte Chumney
ofApalachicola. Walker enjoys
spending time with his mother,
swimming and riding in his
truck.


ZATORIA ZIGGLER
Zatoria Ziggler is celebrating
her seventh birthday on June
12. She is the daughter of
Danter and Latoria Ziggler of
Bristol. Her grandparents are
Sylvester and Joann Ziggler of
Bristol, Henry and Cathy Bess
of Blountstown, and Columbus
Jackson of Blountstown.
Zatoria enjoys swimming and
playing with friends in Bristol
and Blountstown.


S EMMA KAY FORAN
Ty and Samantha Foran
of Telogia are proud to
announce the birth of
':. their daughter, Emma Kay
Foran, born on April 11,
-f- 2008. She weighed 7 lbs.
"* and 6 oz. and measured 20
3/4 inches long. Maternal
Grandparents are Chad
i and Laurie Finuff of Blue
Creek. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Kenny and Jayne
Foran and Lesa Mabius of
Bristol. Emma Kay's much anticipated arrival was welcomed
home by a host of excited family and friends.


JOSEPH "BENJAMIN"
GLOVER
Joseph "Benjamin" Glover is
celebrating his second birthday
on June 14. He is the son of
Tony and Amanda Glover
of Altha. His grandparents
are.Dennis and Nina Hall
of Altha and Gerald and
Marianne Glover of Lexington,
KY His great-grfndiparents
are Dewey and Larene Hlall
of Clarksville, Harvey eand
Maebelle Grantham of Altha,
and Vincent and Rita Amatuki
of Marietta, GA. Ben likes
riding his four-wheeler, big
tractor, and Papa's horses.
He also enjoys playing with
his puppy Cocoa and loves
to hang out with family and
friends.

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AA All-Stars win first district tournament


The Calhoun County Dixie
Youth would like to congratulate
the AA All-Stars for their first
win in their district tournament.
They are going for a 3-peat for
district champions. They began
their journey by winning 19-7
on Saturday against Sneads.
Their next game is to be played
Monday, June 9th at 7:30 CST.
If all goes well for this group
of ballplayers, the tournament
could end on Wednesday, June
llth. We appreciate the crowd
that came to see the AA game on
Saturday in Sneads. Everyone
was in their red, white and black
cheering the players to victory.
Good Luck AA All-Stars!


We would also like to invite
you out to the AAA & Ozone All-
Star tournament being hosted by
the Calhoun County Dixie Youth.
Opening ceremonies will take
place on Friday, June 13th, and
our own Calhoun County AAA
All-Stars will open with their first


opponent at 5:30 CST against
Sneads. Please come out in your
red, white and black and show
your support of these group of
kids who have been working so
hard to represent Calhoun County
with pride. See you at the game
on Friday!


The Liberty County Health
DepartmentHealthy communities,
Healthy People Program and
the Jackson County Health
Department "Closing the Gap"
Cardiovascular Disease Program
in conjunction with the Liberty


S.W.A.T. Sports Camps set for summer


The Liberty County Recreation
Department in conjunction
with the Liberty County Health
depa ments S.W.A.T. (Students
Wolc1ing'--Against Tobacco)
fogram is holding sports camps
this summer.
There is no charge for the
camps. Camps sports include
baseball, softball, basketball and
volleyball.
'Basketball camps will run the
week of June 16-20 at the Tolar
Middle School Gym.
Times for boys and girls ages
6-13 will be from 3 p.m.-5p.m.
daily.
Times for boys and girls ages
14-17 will be from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Registration open for
church softball league
The Liberty County Recreation
Department is in the process
of organizing a Co-Ed Church
Softball League,
The league will run during the
months of July and August.
Registration deadline is
noon June 25. At that time an
organizational meeting will be
announced and rules and cost will
be established.
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Baseball, basketball, and
volleyball camps will be held
the week of June 23-27.
For more information and
to register for the program call
the Liberty County Recreation
Department at 643-2175.


County Recreation Department
is sponsoring a Cardiovascular
Health through Physical Activity
Program on Sunday June 22
beginning at 3 p.m. at the Veterans
Memorial Park in Bristol.
Health programs will be
conducted along with a single
elimination soccer tournament.
The tournament is for adult
teams 18 and older and will be
limited to the first 8 teams to
register (no entry fee).
For more information contact
Joe Ferolito at the Liberty
County Recreation Department
643-2175.


Liberty Co. All-Star teams in district play
The Liberty County Recreation Departments Dixie Youth All-Star
Baseball teams will begin play this week in district competition. The
AAA team will play Friday June 13 in Blountstown at 8:30 p.m.
(ET). Their opponent will be Quincy. Win or lose the team will play
on Saturday.
In the Majors Tournament, Liberty County will play Havana on
Friday June 20 in Chattahoochee in a 6:30 p.m. game.
Liberty County will next play Quincy in the tournament on Monday
June 23 at 6:30 p.m.
Thee AAA Tournament was originally scheduled for Chattahoochee
and the Majors Tournament was scheduled for Blountstown before
the sites were switched last week.





Jesse Bates joins US Army
Jesse T. Bates has joined the United States Army under the
Delayed Entry Program. The program gives young men and
women the opportunity to delay entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the new soldier the option to learn a new
skill, travel and become eligible to receive as much as $50,000
toward a college education. After completion of basic military


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at the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement in Blountstown.
Visitors munched snacks
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the critters to make their way
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Le'Tonya Reed to be in

national Plus America Elite

competition this summer


Le'Tonya Reed ^
has been crowned ,'
MS Florida Plus Au
America 2008. She
will compete on July -
2-5 in Dallas, Texas
with women from
all over the United
States for the title
of Plus America
Elite. "I am proud to
hold the MS Florida
Plus America title.
Florida is the home
of the World's Most
Beautiful Beaches
and the Florida
Trails!" exclaimed
Le'Tonya.
The Miss Plus
-Ainerica Pageant system
is unlike any other pageant
concept. It celebrates the inner
beauii of each contestant,
as well as recognizing
their commitment to their
communities.
Melissa Stamper, Executive
Director for Coronet
Productions says, "Le'Tonya
is an ideal candidate for the
Miss Plus America Pageant.
We are proud to have her as a
state titleholder."
Le'Tonya is the daughter of
Marjorie Peterson, Jeremiah
Peterson, and John Thomas
Reed. She is the grand
daughter of J. T. Reed, Ella
Mae Peterson, the late Equilla
Scott, the late James Jones, the
late Mary Reed and the late
Nemiah Peterson.
Each delegate is required
to pay an entry fee to compete
in the Miss Plus America
Pageant. Each delegate is
also responsible for attaining
her own supporters and
sponsorship from her local
community and state. The
total expenses, including the
entry fee and travel expenses
for her to compete in the
National Miss Plus America
Pageant in Dallas in July is
$7,000 of which any generous
consideration or contribution
would be greatly appreciated.
Anyone who is interested


in sponsoring Le'Tonya Reed
is invited to contact her at
850-674-3449.
As MS Florida Plus America
2008, Le'Tonya has the
opportunity to furtherpromote
her plaform- Amierican Cancer
SociervRelay for Lite.
"In November of 2000, my
brother-in-law was diagnosed
with cancer. Soon after his
diagnosis he was admitted into
the Baylor Hospital in Dallas,
TX where he received the best
treatment possible. Thank God
he was healed and his cancer is
in remission," said Le'Tonya.
In December of 2007, her
mother was diagnosed with
pancreatic cancer. In February
of 2008, her mother had surgery
and it was successful.
"It is because of this
struggle that I have chosen to
be an active participant of the
American Cancer Society. I
am also a member of 'Queens
with a Cause', an organization
of local queens who raise
money for Relay for Life. I
plan to use my title to help gain
awareness for cancer research
and to raise funds to help find
a cure. I plan to speak to
people and organizations to
help raise awareness and to
encourage people to get tested.
Early detection is important in
the fight against cancer," said
Le'Tonya.


Miss Blountstown 2008

The Miss Blountstown Pageant was held Sunday, June 8 at the Blountstown High School
Auditorium. Twenty-four ladies vied for nine titles. The winners include: Vallaree Mitchell,
Tiny Miss Blountstown; Annika Milligan, Little Miss Blountstown; Madison Peacock,
Young Miss Blountstown; Ashley Atkins, Junior Miss Blountstown; Laura Ridley, Teen
Miss Blountstown; Nikki Bernhard, Miss Blountstown; Tameka Gates, Mrs. Blountstown;
Jamerial Brown, Ms. Blountstown; Lynn Marshall, Miss Blountstown Ambassador;
Stephanie Pickron, People's Choice Winner.
The pageant was directed by Robyn Parrish-Hill. Georgia White served as emcee. All
proceeds benefit the Calhoun-Liberty Relay for Life.
'* All of the 2008 winners are pictured
S.. above. Shown at left is Nikki Bernhard,
Miss Blountstown and Chelsea Parrish,
.;. .. - .. first runner-up; Below right is Tameka
Gates, Mrs. Blountstown; Tracy Ratliff, first
runner-up; Brandi Chambers Mamoran
j(Photogenic), second runner-up; Below
Center is Vallaree Mitchell, Tiny Miss;
illy Vincente, first runner-up; Caitlyn
Hope (photogenic), second runner-up.

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2007 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report


We're pleased to present to
you this year's Annual Water
Quality Report. This report is
designed to inform you about
the quality water and ser-
vices we deliver to you every
day. Our constant goal is to
provide you with a safe and
dependable supply of drinking
water. We want you to under-
stand the efforts we make to
continually improve the water
treatment process and protect
our water resources. We are
committed to ensuring the
quality of your water. Our
water source is ground water
from two wells. The wells
draw from the Floridan Aqui-
fer. Because of the excellent
quality of our water, the only
treatment required is chlorine
for disinfection purposes.
In 2006 the Department
of Environmental Protection
performed a Source Water
Assessment on our system
and a search of the data
sources indicated no poten-
tial sources of contamination
near our wells. The assess-
ment results are available
on the FDEP Source Water
Assessment and Protection
Program website at www.dep.
state.fl.us/swapp.
If you have any questions
about this report or concern-
ing your water utility, please
contact Aaron Elkins at (850)
545-1370. We encourage
our valued customers to be
informed about their water
utility. If you want to learn
more, please attend any of
our regularly scheduled meet-
ings. They are held on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday
of each month at the Liberty
County Veterans Memorial
Civic Center at 7p.m.
Liberty County Estiffan-
ulga Water System routinely
monitors for contaminants in
your drinking water according
to Federal and State laws,
rules, and regulations. Except
where indicated otherwise,
this report is based on the re-
sults of our monitoring for the
period of January 1 to Decem-
ber 31, 2007. Data obtained
before January 1, 2007, and
presented in this report are
from the most recent testing
done in accordance with the
laws, rules, and regulations.
The sources of drinking wa-
ter (both tap water and bottled
water) include rivers, lakes,
streams, ponds, reservoirs,
springs, and wells. As water


LIBERTY COUNTY


ESTIFFANULGA WATER SYSTEM

We are pleased to announce that our drinking
water meets all federal and state requirements.


2007 TEST RESULTS TABLE
2007 CONTA M INANTS TABLE
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Range f Likely Srceof
Measurement (mo./vr.) Y/N Detected Results Contamination
Inorganic Contaminants
Corrosion oftgavalnizced
pipes: erosion of natural
Cadmium (ppb) May-06 N 1.8 Ni'A; deposits discharge from
c meal refineries; runoff
from waste batteries and
paints
Erosion of natural
deposits; discharge from
fertilizer and aluminum
.. . Ma- N 02 NA 4.0 factories. Water
7h.; i i ,;' i ~ ~ May-06 N 0.2 NiA 4 4.0
additive which promotes
strong teeth when at
optimun levels between
0.7 and 1.3 ppm
Salt water intrusion.
Sodium (ppm) May-06 N 16.0 N/A NA 160 water in
leaching from soil
TTHMs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Contaminants
Contaminant and Dates of MCL L Range MCor
Unit of sampling Violatio Deect of ILr Ir Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Results
Chlorine (ppm) N 0.76 0.7-1.0 MRDL MRDIL= 4.0 Water additive used to control microbes
Haloacetlic Acids
( e) icAc pbl Jul-06 N 4.1 N/A NA MCL = 60 By-product ofdrinking 'water disinfection
(five) (HAAS) (ppb)
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Range ofMc I MCL Likely Source of
Measurement (rno.lvr.) Y/N Detected Results Contamination
TrnIM [Total
trihalomethanes] Jul-06 N 40.1 N/A NA MCL= 80 By-product of drinking water disinfection
(ppb)
No, of
Contaminant anid lit Dtes f 9th sampling At m
sampling Violation Percettile sites ?(CLG (Action Likely Source of C(ontamination
r(mo.yr,) vN Result exceedoig Level)
the AL
Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
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In the table above, you may system must follow, microbial contaminants.
find unfamiliar terms and abbrevi- Initial Distribution System Maximum residual disinfec-
ations. To help you better under- Evaluation (IDSE): An important tant level goal or MRDLG: The
stand these terms we've provided part of the Stage 2 disinfection By- level of a drinking water disin-
the following definitions: products Rule (DBPR). The IDSE is fectant below which there is no
Maximum Contaminant Lev- a one-time study conducted by wa- known or expected risk to health.
el or MCL: The highest level of ter systems to identify distribution MRDLGs do not reflect the ben-
a contaminant that is allowed in system locations with high concen- efits of the use of disinfectants to
drinking water. MCLs are set as trations of trihalomethanes (THMs) control microbial contaminants.
close to the MCLGs as feasible and haloacetic acids (HAAs). Water Parts per million (ppm) or
using the best available treatment systems will use results from teh Milligrams per liter (mg/) one
technology. IDSE, in conjunction with their part by weight of analyte to 1 mil-
Maximum Contaminant Lev- Stage 1 DBPR compliance moni- lion parts by weight of the water
el Goal or MCLG: The level of touring data, to select compliance sample.
a contaminant in drinking water monitoring locations for the Stage Parts per billion (ppb) or
below which there is no known or 2 DBPR. Micrograms per liter (pg/I) -
expected risk to health. MCLGs Maximum residual disinfec- one part by weight of analyte to
allow for a margin of safety. tant level or MRDL: The highest 1 billion parts by weight of the
Action Level (AL): The con- level of a disinfectant allowed in water sample.
centration of a contaminant which, drinking water. There is convincing Picocurie per liter (pCi/L)
if exceeded, triggers treatment or evidence that addition of a disin- measure of the radioactivity
other requirements that a water fectant is necessary for control of of water.


travels over the surface of the
Island or through the ground, it
dissolves naturally occurring
minerals and, in some cases,
radioactive material, and can
pick up substances resulting
from the presence of animals
or from human activity.
Contaminants that may
be present in source water
include:
(A) Microbial contami-


nants, such as viruses and
bacteria, which may come
from sewage treatment plants,
septic systems, agricultural
livestock operations, and
wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contami-
nants, such as salts and met-
als, which can be naturally-
occurring or result from urban
stormwater runoff, industrial
or domestic wastewater dis-


charges, oil and gas produc-
tion, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbi-
cides, which may come from
a variety of sources such as
agriculture, urban stormwater
runoff, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical con-
taminants, including synthetic
and volatile organic chemi-
cals, which are by-products of
industrial processes and pe-


troleum production, and can
also come from gas stations,
urban stormwater runoff, and
septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contami-
nants, which can be naturally
occurring or be the result of
oil and gas production and
mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap
water is safe to drink, the
EPA prescribes regulations,
which limit the amount of
certain contaminants in wa-
ter provided by public water
systems. The Food and
Drug Administration (FDA)
regulations establish limits for
contaminants in bottled water,
which must provide the same
protection for public health.
Drinking water, including
bottled water, may reason-
ably be expected to contain
at least small amounts of
some contaminants. The
presence of contaminants
does not necessarily indicate
that the water poses a health
risk. More information about
contaminants and potential
health effects can be obtained
by calling the Environmental
Protection Agency's Safe
Drinking Water Hotline at
1-800-426-4791.
Some people may be more
vulnerable to contaminants
in drinking water than the
general population. Immuno-
compromised persons such
as persons with cancer under-
going chemotherapy, persons
who have undergone organ
transplants, people with HIV/
AIDS or other immune system
disorders, some elderly, and
infants can be particularly at
risk from infections. These
people should seek advice
about drinking water from
their health care providers.
EPA/CDC guidelines on ap-
propriate means to lessen the
risk of infection by Cryptospo-
ridium and other microbiologi-
cal contaminants are available
from the Safe Drinking Water
Hotline (800-426-4791).
We at Liberty County Rock
Bluff would like you to under-
stand the efforts we make
to continually improve the
water treatment process and
protect our water resources.
We are committed to insur-
ing the quality of your water.
If you have any questions or
concerns about the informa-
tion provided, please feel free
to call any of the numbers
listed.








JUNE 11, 2008 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15



2007 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report


r LIBERTY COUNTY


Jc LAKE MYSTIC WATER SYSTEM r


We're pleased to present to
you this year's Annual Water
Quality Report. This report is
designed to inform you about
the quality water and ser-
vices we deliver to you every
day. Our constant goal is to
provide you with a safe and
dependable supply of drinking
water. We want you to under-
stand the efforts we make to
continually improve the water
treatment process and protect
our water resources. We are
committed to ensuring the
quality of your water. Our
water source is ground water
from two wells. The wells
draw from the Floridan Aqui-
fer. Because of the excellent
quality of our water, the only
treatment required is chlorine
for disinfection purposes.
In 2006 the Department
of Environmental Protection
performed a Source Water
Assessment on our system
and a search of the data
sources indicated no poten-
tial sources of contamination
near our wells. The assess-
ment results are available
on the FDEP Source Water
Assessment and Protection
Program website at www.dep.
state.fl.us/swapp.
If you have any questions
about this report or concern-
ing your water utility, please
contact Aaron Elkins at (850)
545-1370. We encourage
our valued customers to be
informed about their water
utility. If you want to learn
more, please attend any of
our regularly scheduled meet-
ings. They are held on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday
of each month at the Liberty
County Veterans Memorial
Civic Center at 7p.m.
Liberty County Lake Mystic
System routinely monitors for
contaminants in your drinking
water according to Federal
and State laws, rules, and
regulations. Except where
indicated otherwise, this re-
port is based on the results of
our monitoring for the period
of January 1 to December 31,
2007. Data obtained before
January 1, 2007, and pre-
sented in this report are from
the most recent testing done
in accordance with the laws,
rules, and regulations.
The sources of drinking wa-
ter (both tap water and bottled
water) include rivers, lakes,
streams, ponds, reservoirs,
springs, and wells. As water


We are pleased to announce that our drinking
water meets all federal and state requirements.


2007 TEST RESULTS TABLE

2007 CONTAMINANTS TABLE
Contaminant and Unit of Da e MCI Violation Level Range of g. MC Likely Source of
Measurement (movr.) V/N Detected Results Contamination
Radiological Contaminants
i -, ( , ,- erosion of natural
.' 11.1 i I Jn-03 N 0.9 N/A 0 15 osi natural
Inorganic Contaminants
Corrosion of galvanized
pipes; erosion of natural
Cadmium (ppb) May-06 N 1.8 N/A 5 deposits; diichersg from
metal refineries; nrnoft
from waste batteries and
paints
Erosion ofnatural
deposits; discharge trim
fertilizer and aluminum
.,,ctoies. Water
Fluoride (ppm) May-06 N 0.2 N/A 4 4.0 fairies. Water
additive which promotes
-strong teeth when at
optimum levels between
0.7 and 1.3 ppm
Salt vater intrmsio.
Sodium (ppm) May-06 N 5.0 N/A N/A 160 alaeinfromsoilo
leaching fron soil
TTHMs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Contaminants
Contaminant and Dates of MCL Range o
Unit of sampling Violation ee of MLGi MC Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo.Tr.) V/N ee Results
Jan-Dec MRDLGi
Chlorine (ppm) J c N 0.79 0.6-1.0 M '4 MRDL=4.0 Water additive used to control microbes
Hlaloaetic Acids
(HaloaeAcids) ) Jul-06 N 4.0 N/A NA MCL 60 By-product of drinking water disinfection
TTIM Tot(al)
trihalomethanes] Jul-06 N 2.0 N/A NA MCIL = By-product of drinking water disinfection
(ppb)
No. of
Cntinant and Unit Da of AL 90th sampling Al.
onaminsampliang Vielation Percentile sites M I.CG (Actian likely Source of Containaltion
ofMeasurement (m.oyr.) ,N Result exceeding Level)
the AL
Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
Corrosion of household plumbing systems; erosion
Copper (top water) Ju p N 0.15 0 of 1.3 1.3 of natural deposits; leaching from wood
(ppm) 05 preservat ives
I i t Ii. ,' I . V fi 1 l l t p i l l ,L
(ppb) 05 N n.U ",llU a 0 ofnatural deposits

In the table above, you may system must follow, microbial contaminants.
find unfamiliar terms and abbrevi- Initial Distribution System Maximum residual disinfec-
ations. To help you better under- Evaluation (IDSE): An important tant level goal or MRDLG: The
stand these terms we've provided part of the Stage 2 disinfection By- level of a drinking water disin-
the following definitions: products Rule (DBPR). The IDSE is fectant below which there is no
Maximum Contaminant Lev- a one-time study conducted by wa- known or expected risk to health.
el or MCL: The highest level of ter systems to identify distribution MRDLGs do not reflect the ben-
a contaminant that is allowed in system locations with high concen- efits of the use of disinfectants to
drinking water. MCLs are set as trations of trihalomethanes (THMs) control microbial contaminants.
close to the MCLGs as feasible and haloacetic acids (HAAs). Water Parts per million (ppm) or
using the best available treatment systems will use results from teh Milligrams per liter (mg/1)- one
technology. IDSE, in conjunction with their part by weightofanalyte to 1 mil-
Maximum Contaminant Lev- Stage 1 DBPR compliance moni- lion parts by weight of the water
el Goal or MCLG: The level of touring data, to select compliance sample.
a contaminant in drinking water monitoring locations for the Stage Parts per billion (ppb) or
below which there is no known or 2 DBPR. Micrograms per liter (pg/l) -
expected risk to health. MCLGs Maximum residual disinfec- one part by weight of analyte to
allow for a margin of safety, tant level or MRDL: The highest 1 billion parts by weight of the
Action Level (AL): The con- level of a disinfectant allowed in water sample.
centration of a contaminant which, drinking water. There is convincing .Picocurie per liter (pCi/L)
if exceeded, triggers treatment or evidence that addition of a disin- measure of the radioactivity
other requirements that a water fectant is necessary for control of of water.


travels over the surface of the
land or through the ground, it
dissolves naturally occurring
minerals and, in some cases,
radioactive material, and can
pick up substances resulting
from the presence of animals
or from human activity.
Contaminants that may
be present in source water
include:
(A) Microbial contami-


nants, such as viruses and
bacteria, which may come
from sewage treatment plants,
septic systems, agricultural
livestock operations, and
wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contami-
nants, such as salts and met-
als, which can be naturally-
occurring or result from urban
stormwater runoff, industrial
or domestic wastewater dis-


charges, oil and gas produc-
tion, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbi-
cides, which may come from
a variety of sources such as
agriculture, urban stormwater
runoff, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical con-
taminants, including synthetic
and volatile organic chemi-
cals, which are by-products of
industrial processes and pe-


troleum production, and can
also come from gas stations,
urban stormwater runoff, and
septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contami-
nants, which can be naturally
occurring or be the result of
oil and gas production and
mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap
water is safe to drink, the
EPA prescribes regulations,
which limit.the amount of
certain contaminants in wa-
ter provided by public water
systems. The Food and
Drug Administration (FDA)
regulations establish limits for
contaminants in bottled water,
which must provide the same
protection for public health.
Drinking water, including
bottled water, may reason-
ably be expected to contain
at least small amounts of
some contaminants. The
presence of contaminants
does not necessarily indicate
that the water poses a health
risk. More information about
contaminants and potential
health effects can be obtained
by calling the Environmental
Protection Agency's Safe
Drinking Water Hotline at
1-800-426-4791.
Some people may be more
vulnerable to contaminants
in drinking water than the
general population. Immuno-
compromised persons such
as persons with cancer under-
going chemotherapy, persons
who have undergone organ
transplants, people with HIV/
AIDS or other immune system
disorders, some elderly, and
infants can be particularly at
risk from infections. These
people should seek advice
about drinking water from
their health care providers.
EPA/CDC guidelines on ap-
propriate means to lessen the
risk of infection by Cryptospo-
ridium and other microbiologi-
cal contaminants are available
from the Safe Drinking Water
Hotline (800-426-4791).
We at Liberty County Rock
Bluff would like you to under-
stand the efforts we make
to continually improve the
water treatment process and
protect our water resources.
We are committed to insur-
ing the quality of your water.
If you have any.questions or
concerns about the informa-
tion provided, please feel free
to call any of the numbers
listed.








Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JUNE 11, 2008


Liberty County Commission votes to put road dept. on four day


work week, learns of new work camp at May 6 regular meeting


Official minutes from the Liberty County
Commission regular meeting May 6, 2008
as recorded by the board secretary
The meeting was called to
order by Chairman Dexter Bar-
ber. Present at the meeting were
Commissioners Albert Butcher,
Davis Stoutamire, Jim Johnson,
L. B. Arnold, Attorney Shalene
Grover, Clerk Robert Hill, and
Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce.
Prayer was led by Pastor John
Kerry.
Pledge of allegiance was led
by Clerk Robert Hill.
Motion to approve the minutes
of the regular meeting held April
3, 2008 was made by Johnson,
seconded by Butcher and car-
ried.
Kristen Brown with Preble Rish
came before the Board. Bids on
the Estiffanulga Boat Ramp Park
were opened. 1. Ben Withers,
Inc. bid $223,346.00., 2. Bailey
and Sons $166,674.08, 3. Hall
Contracting and Construction,
Inc. $138,000.00, 4. C.W. Rob-
erts Contracting, $205,000.00; 5.
Warren Building, Company, Inc.
$208,000.00, 6. Panhandle Con-
struction $143,621.78, 7. Ralph
Piggott Trucking and Land Clear-
ing $178,527.00, 8. R&S Con-
tractors $326,425.00, 9. Pick-
ron, Inc. $131,936.00. Motion to
award the low bid to Pickron, Inc.
in the amount of $131,936.00
was made by Johnson, second-
ed by Butcher and carried.
Kristen Brown discussed the
SCOP candidate projects. The
roads are as follows: 1. Blue
Creek Road, 2. Roberts Street,
3. C.R. 379 (from C.R. 12 to
C.R. 12), 4. Chattahoochee Cir-
cle (Estiffanulga), 5. Hall Circle.
The Florida Boating Improve-
ment Grant projects were dis-
cussed. The Board approved
Kristin Brown to apply for funding
in the Boating Improvement Pro-
gram for both the Bentley Bluff
Park and the Bristol Boat Ramp.
Motion to approve the agree-
ment to extend the Tolar School
sidewalk with a Community Traf-
fic Safety Team Grant in the
amount of $130,885.00 was
made by Johnson, seconded by
Butcher and carried.
Tony Arrant talked to the Board
about amendments to the comp
plan concerning the property at
Florida River. Mitchell Larkins
said-that he would pay for the
advertising. Motion to approve
starting the amendment process
was made by Butcher, seconded
by Stoutamire and carried.
Stephen Ford came before
the Board to open bids on used
equipment. Motion to keep the
92 Ford F150 was made by
Johnson, seconded by Arnold
and carried.
Bids on 88 F350. 1. Pitts
Salvage bid $202.19, 2. Roger
McLaughlin $588.89, 3. Par-
ramore Surplus Company
$255.00. Bids on Generator. 1.
Charile Ball bid $62.00, 2. Fred-
die Duggar $251.51, 3. Clinton
Mears $288.88, 4. Marvin Dubert
$77.00, 5. Pitts Salvage $ 85.99,
6. Parramore Surplus $255.00.
Motion to award the 88 F350
to high bidder Roger McLaughlin
$588.89 and on the generator
to Clinton Mears $288.88 was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Arnold and carried.
Danny Earnest came before


the Board to open bids on white
goods and metal for the landfill.
1. Whitfield Steel and Recycling
$32.00 per gross ton for white
goods. Motion to award to Whit-
field Steel and Recycling was
made by Johnson, seconded by
Arnold and carried.
Rhonda Lewis discussed the
Woodman of the World project
and Senior Citizens project. She
has applied for a 75/25 match
grant in the amount $10,442.00
local match $2,610.00 and Se-
nior Citizens project $51,520.00
local match $12,880.00. Mo-
tion to apply for the Senior Citi-
zens wind retrofit project was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Johnson and carried.
Motion to have an appraisal
done on the corner of Baker
and Spring Street was made by
Johnson, seconded by Butcher
and carried.
Wendy Parrish presented
Resolution # 08-07 for.the SHIP
Grant. Motion to approve was
made by Johnson, seconded by
Butcher and carried.
Wendy Parrish also told the
Board that Veterans Park can not
be locked after hours.
Monica Wells presented Res-
olution # 08-08 on the Liberty
Transit TRIP Grant in the amount
of $202,237.00. Motion to ap-
prove was made by Johnson,
seconded by Butcher and car-
ried.
Motion to approve the request
of Jim Shuler to install a gate at
the county road yard in the back
was made by Stoutamire, sec-
onded by Butcher and carried.
Motion to approve the Road
Department going to a four day,
ten hour per day workweek ef-
fective Monday, May 12th was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Stoutamire and carried.
Motion by Stoutamire, second
by Butcher and carried to accept
Larry Shuler's building code in-
spector's contract of $60,000.00
per year. Contract will be re-
viewed on January 1, 2009. Ei-
ther party can void contract with
a thirty day notice.
Dr. Gene Charbonneau gave
an up date on the Health Depart-
ment.
North Florida Regional Do-
mestic Task Force needs first
responders to serve in the
communities. Anyone inter-
ested can contact Rick Miller at
850-487-3146 extension 175.
Marvin Dubert gave, an up-
date on the Healthcare Council
and discussed the possibility of
adopting a resolution to organize
the Liberty County Action and -


Official minutes from the Liberty County
Commission emergency meeting May 13,
2008 as recorded by the board secretary
The meeting was called to
order by Chairman Dexter Bar-
ber. Present were Commission-
ers L.B. Arnold, Albert Butcher,
Davis Stoutamire, Jim Johnson,
Clerk Robert Hill, Emergency
Management Director Rhonda
Lewis, City Clerk Robin Hatcher,
Road Superintendent Jim Shul-
er, Donnie Conyers LCSO, and
Steve Parrish with the Division
of Forestry.


Neighbor Watch Program. Attor-
ney Grover will look this over.
Attorney Grover will look over
the tenant agreement for Bentley
Bluff.
Katrina Peddie asked the
Board if there was any new infor-
mation on the bio-fuel plant. The
Board said that there was not
any new information.
Attorney Shalene Grover told
the Board that the Railroad has
agreed to cross boxes at the
crossing to the Hosford/Telo-
gia Sports complex at a cost of
$1,000.00.
Motion to approve the state
touring program grant was made
by Butcher, seconded by John-
son and carried.
Clerk Robert Hill told the
Board that the FRDAP grant in
the amount of $135,000.00 has
been approved for next year on
the recreational facility in Hos-
ford.
Clerk Hill informed the Board
that the legislature has funded a
new work camp for Liberty Cor-
rectional. This addition will add
ninety new jobs.
Stoutamire made a motion to
appoint a cemetery committee.
Motion died for the lack of a sec-
ond.
Motion for each Commission-
er to appoint one representative
from their district and Chairman
to appoint two at large to serve
on the cemetery committee was
made by Stoutamire. This motion
died for the lack of a second.
Wendy Parrish will check and
see if firearms are allowed in
Veterans Park before the Board
gives the approval to the Arts
Council for a Turkey Shoot in No-
vember. '
Motion to adopt Resolution #
08-09 concerning the retirement
of the Kennedy Space Center re-
tirement of the shuttle was made
by Stoutamire, seconded by
Butcher and carried.
Motion to resend the request
made by Butcher on June 09,
2005 (that request to be on the
agenda for the regular meet-
ings should be submitted to the
Clerk's Office seven days before
the meeting, the cut off time being
12:00 p.m. on Thursday seven
days before the regular meeting.
Also if there is a deadline to be
met and the information comes,
in after the cut off date you can
talk to the Clerk of Court and he
can add you to the agenda at his
discretion. The public will be al-
lowed to speak for three minutes
if they have something that is not
on the agenda. The board will
then address their issue at their


Motion by Johnson seconded
by Butcher and carried to ap-
prove Resolution 08-10 declar-
ing a local state of emergency
because of the Sumatra Wild-
fire.
Motion by Stoutamire to place
a local Moratorium on burning.
Motion died for the lack of a sec-
ond.
Motion to adjourn by Butcher
seconded by Johnson and car-
ried.
Robert Hill, Clerk of Court
Dexter Barber, Chairman


next meeting) was made by Ar-
nold, seconded by Stoutamire
and carried.
There was discussion about
opening bids for health insur-
ance this year.
Motion to pay the bills was
made by Butcher, seconded by
Stoutamire and carried.
Motion to adjourn was made
by Johnson, seconded by Butch-
er and carried.
WARRANT LIST


Warrant Numbers
Operating Fund
24050 -24309
Small County Grant
3511 3535
SHIP Grant
3710- 3721
Weatherization Grant
4271-- 4281
Payroll
25187 -25358
Robert Hill, Clerk of Court
Dexter Barber, Chairman


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and director Charles Sirmon recently toured New York
City and Broadway.
The Students attended Broadway hits like Mel
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and four others. They also toured backstage at NBC
and The New Amsterdam Theater.
The students participated in a master's acting class
at Shelter Studios-in the heart ofNew York's theater
district-with Broadway performer and playwright,
Michael Watson. The students also did a stage reading
from a new piece if his work.
Director Sirmon said, "Chipola students try and
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people learn in a few days will stay with them
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Sirmon is currently reading, researching and
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INVITATION FOR BID
Bids for furnishing all labor, materials; equipment, and
services required for the Work known as Metal Roofing,
FL 15-9A and FL 15-9B, Blountstown, Florida, FL 15-16 A
and FL15-16 B, Bonifay, Florida will be received.until 10
AM local time on 20 June 2008 at the office of the Housing
Authority (PHA) indicated below. At this time and place all
bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud.
Without force and effect on the Bidding Documents
and the proposed Contract Documents, the work required
is briefly described as: Partial modernization of fifty (50)
Dwelling Units and three (3) Non-dwelling Units at four (4)
sites known as FL 15-9 A and FL 15-9 B in Blountstown,
Florida and FL 15-16 A and FL 15-16 B in Bonifay, Florida.
The work consists of, but is not limited to, providing deck
sheathing repair, thirty pound (301b) felt, one inch by four
inch (1"x4") yellow pine lathing, two foot (2') on center
over existing asphalt shingles secured to rooftops with
three inch (3") screws, new metal roofing, new drip edge,
rake trim, new flashings at all existing roof penetrations "
and associated work.
The work required is fully described in the Bidding
Documents consisting of the Project Manual and the
Drawings.
Proposed Contract forms, Drawings and Project Man-
ual are on file in the office of the Consultant, Mr. Randall
O'Barr, Post Office Box 357, Baldwin, Georgia 30511,
telephone (706) 206-1725 or (678) 231-0675. Bidding
Documents may be obtained by providing a NONRE-
FUNDABLE payment of $35.00 per set of Documents to
the Consultant, do not contact the PHA. No partial sets
will be issued. Checks should be made payable to Mr.
Randall O'Barr and mailed to the above address. Infor-
mation regarding this Project, including a list of the Plan
Holders will be provided upon request.
Each bid shall include Bid Guarantee in an amount
equal to five percent of the Bid. Provide as a certified
check or bank draft payable to the PHA; U.S. Government
Bonds, or as a properly executed Bid Bond with surety
acceptable to the PHA. A Surety Company executing the
Bid Bond must be authorized to transact business in the
Project State, and must appear on the most current U.S.
Treasury Department's Circular No. 570. The success-
ful bidder is required to provide satisfactory Performance
and Payment Bonds prior to execution of the Agreement.
Refer to provisions for equal employment opportuni-
ties and payment of not less than minimum salaries and
wages indicated in the Project Manual.
Each bid shall include THE SIGNED ORIGINAL AND
TWO CONFORMED COPIES of the following:
A properly executed Bid Form.
A properly executed Bid Guarantee.
A properly executed Non-Collusive Affidavit.
A fully completed Form HUD-5369-A, "Representa-
tions, Certifications and Other Statements of Bidders".
Small businesses and minority firms are urged to sub-
mit proposals. Certification as a Minority-business En-
terprise (or number of partners, shareholders, employees
who are members of minority classification or are women)
should be included in the Bid proposal. Refer to Articles
38, 39 and 40 of The General Conditions.
The PHA reserves the right to reject any and all bids,
and to waive irregularities and formalities in the bidding.
No bids may be withdrawn for a period of sixty days sub-
sequent to the opening of bids without PHA consent.
Northwest Florida Regional Housing Authority
Housing Authority (PHA), Post Office Box 218 (5302
Brown Street), Graceville, Florida 32440.
6-4 6-11


INVITATION TO BID
The Liberty County Sheriff's Office will be accepting
sealed bids for automobiles to be auctioned. The bids
will be accepted from 8 a.m., June 5, 2008 through 5
p.m. June 19, 2008. All bids must be sealed listing the
specific automobile, amount of bid, name, address and
telephone number. The automobiles may be seen at the
lot located on Highway 20 next to the Ace Hardware.
Bids must be dropped off at the Sheriff's Administrative
Office at 12499 NW Pogo Street, Bristol, FL, or mailed to
the Liberty County Sheriff's Office, P. O. Box 67, Bristol,
FL 32321, to be delivered on or before the time and date
specified above. 6-4.6-11









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GERALDINE SYKES
HOSFORD Geraldine Sykes, 85, died
Saturday, June 7, 2008 in Tallahassee. She was
born on April 14, 1923 in Liberty County and had
lived there all of her life.
She was preceded in death by her husband,
David L. "Shiney" Sykes, and two brothers,
Gardner Brown and Monroe Brown, Jr.
Survivors include three daughters, Sue Carter
and her husband, Audry of Tallahassee, Lou
Ann Demont and her husband, Donald, and
Charlotte Faircloth and her husband, Eddie, all of
Blountstown; five brothers, Pharis Joe "Sonny"
Brown, Pete Brown, Shelfer Brown, Abner Brown
and Lum Brown, all ofHosford; five grandchildren,
Linda, Michele, Nancy, Donna and Chelsea; and
three great-grandchildren, Justin, Carter, Lauren.
Services were held Tuesday, June 10, 2008 at
Peavy Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Glynn E.
Dunham and Rev. Dwayne Tolbert officiating.
Interment followed in Hosford Cemetery in
Hosford.
Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
Charge of the arrangements.

JAMES AMAZIAH PEACOCK JR.
BLOUNTSTOWN James Amaziah Peacock,
Jr., 85, died Tuesday, June 10, 2008 at his home in
Blountstown. He was born on March 17, 1923 in
Blountstown and had lived here all of his life. He
was a graduate of the University of Florida with a
degree in agriculture. He was a retired farmer, Clerk
of Court in Calhoun County from 1960 until 1976,
school teacher, mail carrier and businessman. He
was a highly decorated veteran of World War II,
serving as a paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne.
He was a member of the First Baptist Church in
Blountstown.
He was preceded in death by his wife Audrey
Elizabeth Peacock; son, Dale Golden; son James
A. "Jim" Peacock; daughter, Mary Lisa Alpern;
brother, Doyle Peacock; sister, Sylvia Peacock
Renard.
Survivors include his wife, Marian Peacock
of Blountstown; two sons, Mike Peacock and his
wife, Carla of Altha, and Grant Golden and his
wife, Cindy of Blountstown; four daughters, Lynn
Ryals and her husband, Danny, Lisa Bristol and
her husband, Cliff, Hope Peacock, and Lori Halley
and her husband, Mike, all of Blountstown; one


brother, John Peacock and his
wife, Wynette of Blountstown;
one sister, DorothyAyers and her
husband, J. Mack ofBlountstown;
along with 14 grandchildren and
7 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends
Thursday, June 12, 2008 from
6 to 8 p.m. at Peavy Funeral
Home.
Services will be held at 11
a.m. on Friday, June 13, 2008
at the First Baptist Church
in Blountstown Interment
will follow in Pine Memorial
Cemetery in Blountstown.
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown was in charge of
the arrangements.


WILLIE PEARL BRIDGES
BLOUNTSTOWN Willie Pearl Bridges,
83, died Saturday, June 7, 2008. She was born in
Okaloosa County and had lived in Blountstown
most of her life.
Survivors include her son, Bill Bridges and
his wife Alice of Bristol; two daughters, Mary
Bailey and her husband Floyd of Hornersville,
MO, and Virginia Levin and her husband Kenneth
of Kirkland, AZ; a beloved niece and grandniece,
Betty and Michelle Schmidt; seven grandchildren
and 16 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Wednesday,
June 11, 2008 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Adams Funeral
Home.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, June
12, 2008 at Adams Funeral Home Chapel with
Reverend Floyd Bailey officiating. Interment will
follow in Nettle Ridge Cemetery in Blountstown.
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.

KIRBY M. ROGERS
QUNICY- Kirby M. Rogers, 51, died Monday,
June 9, 2008.
He was predeceased by his father, J. William
"Bill" Rogers; grandparents, Fannie Lee McClellan
and Perry Lee McClellan and Fannie Lou and C.B.
Rogers; and a nephew, Adam Rogers.
Survivors include his devoted companion,
Laura Selman of Tallahassee; his mother, Frances
McClellan Rogers of Quincy; brother and sister-
in-law, James K. and Barbara Rogers of Quincy;
niece, Diana Irwin of Tallahassee; uncles, Brady
McClellan of Quincy, Perry Lee McClellan of
Tallahassee and Jimmy Rogers of St. Albans, WV;
aunts, Charlotte Cloud and Sue L. Moxley, both
of Lake Park, GA, and Lynette Farren of Barefoot
Bay; great-niece, Dakota Irwin of Tallahassee;
nephews, Steven and Brett Clark; and great-
nephew, Jacob Clark.
Services will be at 11 a.m. (ET) Wednesday,
June 11, 2008 at the chapel of First Baptist Church
in Quincy.
Memorial contributions may be made to
Covenant Hospice, 1545 Raymond Diehl Road,
Tallahassee, FL 32308, or First Baptist Church,
P.O. Box 70, Quincy, FL 32353.
Charles McClellan Funeral Home in Quincy was
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Summer has arrived in North
Florida, and with it comes
heat, humidity and afternoon
thundershowers. Here is a
list of some easy things to
do to help keep your garden
under control and looking
good throughout the summer
season.
Plant for Color: Enjoy
color all summer long by
establishing heat resistant
annuals and perennials. Some
to consider include zinnias,
pentas, shrimp plant, coleus,
plumbago, cuphea, ornamental
peppers and hibiscus.
Deadhead spring planted
annuals and summer flowering
perennials by pruning off
old flowers. Make a light,
supplemental application of a
complete fertilizer and continue
irrigating as needed. Remove
weeds by either hoeing or hand
pulling.
Lawn Care: Raise the
cutting height by V2 inch as
extremely hot weather arrives.
This removes some of the stress
from the grass and allows for


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deeper root growth.
Lawns should be watered on
an "as neededbasis,"ratherthan
on a schedule. Daily watering
of established grass is not
necessary nor recommended
because it wastes water and
encourages disease.
Two, possibly three,
irrigations per week might
be required in the absence
of rainfall. Calibrate the
sprinkling system in order
to make sure that the right
amount of water is being
applied. Depending upon soil
type, one-half to three fourths
of an inch will moisten the soil
to a sufficient depth.
Pest Watch: Inspect the
lawn and landscape weekly
in order to detect pests before
they begin causing serious
problems. Following are the
most common summer pest
related disorders. Contact
your Extension agent for help
controlling these common
summer pests.
Chinch bugs in St.
Augustine lawns and


agaggern as .g the underside of leaves, but are Slow down. S
tenuous


more specific as to the species
infested. They are found mostly
on azaleas, lantana, pyracantha
and sycamore. Heavy feeding
causes the leaves to have a
white, bleached or gray cast.
Pruning: Finish pruning
your spring flowering shrubs
such as azaleas, camellias,
spireas and wisteria by early
June.
Do any necessary pruning
ofhydrangeas and gardenias as
soon as flowering is finished.
They must have sufficient time
to re-grow before the dormant
season.
Ligustrum, elaeagnus,
cleyera and a number of other
shrubs tend to send up shoots
that significantly protrude
from the canopy. These longer
shoots should be completely
removed or at least cut off
below the canopy. This will
improve the appearance of
these shrubs.
Beat the Heat: Take care of
yourselfthis summerby keeping
cool while gardening.


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spittlebugs in centipedegrass.
Flower thrips feed within
blooms and cause distorted
and/or short flower life. They
are most commonly found
in flowers of gardenia and
rose, but also infest many
other flowering annuals and
perennials.
Spider mites can cause
serious damage on shrubs,
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eliminated, or rescheduled to
the coolest time of the day.
Dress for summer.
Lightweight, light-colored
clothing reflects heat and
sunlight and helps your body
maintain normal temperature.
Drink plenty of water. Your
body needs water to keep cool.
Drink plenty of fluids even if
you don't feel thirsty.
Don't get too much sun.
Sunburn makes it harder for
you to cool off.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County.

Nominations
sought for Florida
Ag Hall of Fame
TALLAHASSEE Florida
Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner Charles
H. Bronson today announced
that nominations are now being
accepted for candidates to the
Florida Agricultural Hall of
Fame in 2009. The deadline
for submitting nominations is
September 1, 2008.
"The Florida Agricultural Hall
of Fame was created to honor
Florida's agricultural pioneers
and leaders," Bronson said.
"I hope everyone will take a
moment to consider who should
be nominated this year for the
highest honor bestowed by the
agricultural community."
Previous inductees have come
from all walks of life: agricultural
teachers, researchers, farmers,
ranchers and government leaders.
Their lives and achievements
are commemorated in a display
on permanent exhibit in the
Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame
Foundation building at the Florida
State Fairgrounds in Tampa. A
total of 124 people have been
inducted into the Hall of Fame
since 1980.
Anyonecansubmitanomination
on behalf of a candidate for
the Florida Agricultural Hall of
Fame. However, all nomination
forms must be completed as
specified in the instructions.
The nominees, chosen by an
independent panel ofjudges, will
be announced later this year. The
induction ceremony will take
place February 9, 2009, during the
31st annual Florida Agricultural
Hall of Fame banquet and awards
ceremony at the Florida State
Fair.
Nomination forms may be
requested by calling (813)
6.28-4551, or by writing:
Chairman, Florida Agricultural
Hall of Fame Foundation, 4508
Oak Fair Boulevard, Suite 290,
Tampa, Florida 33610. The fax
number for nomination forms
is (813) 620-4008. Nomination
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ITEMS FOR SALE

VHS movies, $5. Call 379-3298.
6-11,6-18

Primary colors storage set, $10;
many Halloween decorations, $10
for all; silk ficus tree, $5; twin bed-
ding set, Disney theme, $5. Call
762-1959. 6-11, 6-18

Electric scooter with lift, includes
all attachments. $1,400 for all. Call
670-5195. 6-4,6-11
Franciscan dinnerware, apple pat-
tern, twelve place settings and serv-
ing pieces, $500. Call 326-1967.
6-4, 6-11

1250 digital inverter generator,
white, by Duropower, brand new,
$500. Call 674-2469 6-4,6-11

Power wheelchair, Scooter Store
brand, never used, new condition,
$800. Call 762-2920. 6-4,6-11

Beanie Babies, set of 32 retired
Disney Beanie Babies, $50. Call
674-8131 6-4,6-11


FREE

Free chickens, you haul off. Call
557-2776. 6-11,6-18


INFANT CHILDREN

Graco full size stroller, navy blue,
with jungle animals, great condition,
good for girl or boy, asking $25. Call
447-3877. 6-11,6-18
Convertible baby crib, white, "Em-
ily" style, can be for boy or girl, chang-
es from crib to daybed, to full size
bed, no mattress, $150; mattress for
convertible baby crib, $50; dresser/
changing table/hutch combo, white,
$150. Call 445-0828. 6-11,6-18

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FURNITURE
4x4 file cabinet, $40. Call
674-3264. 6-11,6-18

Rocking chair, green, $10. Call
379-3298. 6-11,6-18

Baker's rack, $80; dress rack, $40,
chest of drawers, five drawers, $65
value, sell for $30. Call 674-3264.
6-11,6-18

China cabinet, $45; table and four
chairs, $60. Call 237-2292. 6-11,6-18

Fruitwood curio cabinet, lighted
with three doors, $300; fruitwood
curio cabinet, lighted with two
doors and drawers, $300. Call
326-1967. 6-4,6-11

Single bed, forsmall child; daybed.
Call 762-2223. 6-4. 6-11

Sofa, $200. Call 674-2883. 6-4,6-11


MUSICAL

INSTRUMENTS

Nobels small piano, recentlytuned,
$350. Call 639-4377. 6-11,6-18

Kurzweil Mark 150 piano, with disc
and instructions, asking $2,000 or
best offer. Please call 447-0398
anytime and leave message or call
after 6:30 p.m. 6-4,6-11

Mobile Home For Rent
Taking applications for 2
bedroom, 2 bath mobile
home located 6 miles north
on Hwy. 69N. No pets. 2
months rent for damage
and cleaning deposit, plus
first month's rent. Water,
sewer and grass cutting
provided.
Call 674-8888 UFN


GUNS HUNTING
Ruger Rancher Mini 14 with
scope, sling, two extra 20 round
clips, excellent condition, $400. Call
762-3970. 6-11,6-18


ELECTRONICS

PlayStation 2 games: Ghost Re-
con, Jungle Storm 3 for $12. Call
379-3298. 6-11, 6-18
Color TV, RCA, 19", $75. Call
674-3264. 6-11,6-18
HP printer; HP scanner, $5 each.
Call 762-1959. 6-11,6-18
Stereo, five speakers, with amp,
$30. Call 379-3298. 6-11, 6-18
PlayStation 2, with many games,
$70. Call 643-2612. 6-4, 6-11
Little Touch Leap Pad learning
system, ten books, cartridges, ex-
cellent condition, valued over $100,
asking $45. Call 643-3370. 6-4,6-11
52" Pioneer TV, has good picture,
needs tuner, $100. Call 447-0011
or 643-2715. 6-4,6-11


CLOTHING
Formal gown, size seven, $10;
Body.Glove wet suit, youth size 16,
$5. Call 762-1959. 6-11, 6-18


Pageant dress, size 9-12 months,
only worn once, asking $180. Call
674-1518. 6-11,6-18
Boy's shoes, five years and up;
ladies' XL pants, blouses, and
dresses, would like to trade for
queen-size bed. Call 674-3264.
6-4, 6-11

APPLIANCES
Lennox gas stove, two ovens,
$350; Brown gas stove, new, $600.
Call 674-3264. 6-11,6-18
Upright freezer, works good, $50.
Call 237-2292. 6-11,6-18

GE freezer, upright, $300. Call
674-3264. 6-11,6-18

Roper washer and dryer, new,
$350 for both or $200 for each. Call
643-8944 or 237-1339. 6-4,6-11

GE wall oven, very good condi-
tion, black, $95 or best offer. Call
447-3200. 6-4,6-11


CARS

1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass, four
door, white exterior, blue interior,
$1,800. Call 762-8343. 6-11, -18

1966 Dodge Dart GT, two door,
hardtop, body in excellent condition,
$1,500. Call 379-3445. 6-11.6-18


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1993 Chevy Lumina Euro, silver,
aluminum wheels, $1,850. Call
674-5533. 6-11, 6-1
1988 Buick Regal, runs good,
$1,500. Call 674-3264. 6-11, 618
1990 Cadillac Deville, sedan,
great condition, runs good, one
owner, $2,500. Call 899-0269 or
674-7138. 6-4, 6-11
1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue, white,
four door, 3.8L, V6, electric win-
dows, locks and seats, new tires
and brakes, 192K miles, runs and
drives great, asking $2,900. Call
762-4926. 6-4, 6-11
1998 Mustang, all power, new
Michelin tires, new starter, new air
compression, first class condition,
$3,100. Call 674-8482. 6-4, 6-11
1953 Chevrolet 210;two door, being
restored from the ground up, is now
in the paint shop, must see to ap-
preciate, $8,500. Call 674-3577.
6-4, 6-11
1995 Mazda MX3, 30 to 35 mpg,
$2,000. Call 819-9300 for details.
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TRUCKS

1998 Ford Ranger. Call
762-8343. 6-11, 6-18
'94 Ford F-150, pick-up, Flairside,
300, 6 cyl., red, auto transmission,
A/C, new tires, new radiator, dual
gas tanks, AM/FM radio, electric
windows and doors, 170,538
miles, $3,500 or best offer. Call
'762-3304. 6-11,6-18
1992 Chevy 2500, long wheel base,
single cab, pick-up, does run but
needs battery, $600 or best offer.
Call 557-2776. 6-11, 6-i
Furniture truck, can fit two bed-
rooms in it, needs to, be pulled,
$1,500; bread truck, for storage,
needs to be pulled, $800. Call
674-3264. 6-11,618


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2000 Z-71, regular cab, 4x4, 5.3L,
V8, electric windows and locks, new
tires, dual exhaust, tinted windows,
hood guard, window guards, tool
box, bed mat, bed rails, towing pack-
age, 152K miles, asking $7,900. Call
762-4926. 6-4,6-11

1985 Ford pick-up, 5.0 engine,
$1,000. Call 643-2125. 6-4,6-11

1999 Dodge Ram 1500, extended
cab, V8, power locks, power win-
dows, 18" Cragar mags, $5,500.
Call 674-3151. 6-4,6-11


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2001. Rodeo, excellent condition,
tow package, roof rack, winter power
drive, V6, 76K miles, $6,700. Call
762-2946. 6-11,6-18

2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Laredo, 4x4, 51K miles, excellent
condition inside and out, with tow
bar, $12,000 firm. Call 643-5345.
6-11, 6-18


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1996 Ford Explorer, 4WD, control
track, cold A/C, all electronic, sun
roof, 136K miles, motor runs great
but needs transmission, $1,500
firm. Call 379-9505 and leave mes-
sage. 6-4,6-11

AUTO PARTS &

ACCESSORIES

Chevy tires, with wheels, six lug,
$100. Call 643-2515 after 5:30
p.m. -11, 6-18
Brush guard for 2000 to 2002
Chevy or GMC full size pickup,
chrome, excellent condition, $175.
Call 643-6041. 6-11,6-18


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14,000 Sq. Ft. Medical Building
Located at 305 Boulevard St
Vacant Commercial Lots Located
On Calhoun & Clay Streets
Medical Equipment, Blood Testing
Equipment, Ultra Sound Machine,
X-ray Machine, Exam tables,
Office Furniture plus
Much-Much-More


Call For Free Brochure
1-800-342-2666
For Details Visit
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10 % BUYERS PREMIUM


Five 10"x15" aluminum wheels,
five lug, fits a Ford, $100; chrome
roll bar, fits small truck, $100. Call
643-3662 ask for Michael. 6-11,6-18

Mustang floor mats, new, gray,
$10. Call 762-1959. 6-11,6-18

BikerackforSUV, holdsthree bikes,
new, $5. Call 762-1959. 6-11,6-18

Tires, set of four, Goodyear Eagle
P-235, 18"; set of Z-71 rims, 16".
Call 643-1514. 6-4,6-11

Camper shell for S-10, $50. Call
674-8131. 6-4,6-11

18" Mazzi wheels, universal, with
three good tires, $550 or best offer.
Call 447-0011 or 643-2715. 6-4, 6-11

NEW HOME FOR SALE
Located on Finley Ave. in
Blountstown, 3 bedroom,
2 bath, approx. 1,400 sq.
ft., wood laminate floor-
ing in living room and
kitchen, tile in bathrooms,
appliances furnished.
$120,000
Possible owner financ-
ing with small down pay-
ment.
Call 447-0951, 482-1634
or 674-4118.




$150 2pc Queen P/T mattress
set. New in plastic with warranty.
Can deliver. 545-7112
$279 New Queen Orthopedic
Pillowtop Mattress Set in Sealed
Plastic, Warranty. Can Deliver.
222-9879
100% LEATHER SOFA
/LOVESEAT. NEW, lifetime
warranty, sacrifice $895. (delivery
available). 545-7112
5pc bedroom set. Brand new in
boxes $499 Can deliver 425-8374
9-pc cherry dining room set -
Formal & Elegant,. New in boxes.
$799. (delivery available). 222-
7783
All NEW Pll,..'i...t King Mattress
Set. W/ Warranty. $299. 425-
8374. Can deliver.
Brand Name Queen Cherry Wood
7-pc Sleigh Bed Set w/ dovetail
drawers. $2400 value, must
sacrifice $999. 222-7783
BRAND NEW: full size mattress
set. $125. or TWIN matt set.
$100. Both w/ warranty. 850-
545-7112. Can deliver.
Couch, loveseat & chair. New
100% micro fiber, stain resistant,
$600, delivery available. 222-
9879
Entertainment/TV Center solid
wood and glass, still in ship box.
$199. 222-7783


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


SPORTING GOODS

& EXERCISE

Sting Ray foot scooter, $5; Skim
boards, $5. Call 762-1959. 6-11,6-18

Treadmill, $100; exercise machine,
$70; small exercise machine, $40.
Call 674-2883. 6-11,6-18

Pool table, $50 or best offer. Call
294-2056. 6-11, 6-18

Set of ladies' golf clubs, with bag,
like new, $75. Call 674-8131.
6-4, 6-11

Iron weights, over 200 Ibs.; Ab-
lounge. Call 762-2223. 6-4, 6-11

MOTORCYCLES

& ATVS
2001 Harley-Davidson 1200
Sportster, yellow and black, ap-
proximately 12.5K miles, 16" ape
hangers, drag pipes, recent front
tire and battery, two seats, quick
detach, sissy bar, $5,000 firm. Call
447-0279. 6-11,6-18


HOUSE FOR SALE
5 Bedroom, 2 1/2
bath, storage, office,
-spacious closets,
1/2 acre of land near
White Springs.
Call 643-3593
Possible lease
option to buy
SJI/


S2x4 Arctic Cat four-wheeler,
$2,000 or trade for golf cart, JD
Gator, or other UTV. Call 643-3662
ask for Michael. 6-11, 6-18

Boreem electric scooter, $25; mo-
- torcycle helmet, new XXSmall, red,
S$5. Call 762-1959. 6-11,6-18


2001 Road Glide Harley-Davidson,
low miles, garage kept, $9,500 or
best offer. Call 639-2442 and leave
message. 6-11,6-18

2002 Suzuki Katana 600, low miles,
new tires and brakes, $3,500. Call
447-0011 or 643-2715. 6-4,6-11

2000 Kawasaki Ninja 9R,low mile-
age, good condition, $5,000. Call
643-8944 or 237-1339. 6-4,6-11

Honda CRF 230 dirt bike, like new,
$2,000. Call 643-2612. 6-4,6-11

2003 Yamaha R6 motorcycle,
600cc, silver and black, $4,800. Call
643-7887. 6-4,6-11

2006 Harley Davidson Road
King, one owner, black, less
than 100, miles, paid $17,250,
sell for $14,850. Call 674-4364 or
643-7796. 5-14T.7-9

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


EXPERIENCED
SITTER
Will sit in your home
or hospital with
elderly or children.
Call 237-1539
Have references.
6-11&6-18


HOMES & LAND FOR SALE!

* Compact luxury, 3/2, 1589 sq ft. on .57 acres in Bristol! Tons of
upgrades including solid wood cabinets, hardwood floors, 11 ft ceil-
ings, double-tiled shower, etc. Asking $178,000.
* New land listing 2.4 acres on CR 379, gorgeous piece of prop-
erty. Asking $34,000.
* Spash into summer 2/1 bath in neal Subdivision, inground pool,
completely remodeled on interior. Asking $123,000.
* New construction in Bristol Nice, 3/2 bath, tile floors, custom
cabinets, two-carport and much more! Asking $175,000.
* Wow! A 4 bedroom/3 bath under $160,000 in Blountstown, close
to hospitals, schools and shopping. Asking $155,000.
* 50' x 100' lot Wakulla gardens, level, high and dry, suitable for
small home. Asking $9,000.
* 3 acres Off Blackbottom Road in Altha, perfect for mobile home!
Asking $28,000.
* Brick home On 11.68 acres close to town! Over 2,000 sq. ft. in a
prime area of Bristol. Asking $285,000.
* New listing 4 bedroom/2 bath on over an acre, tons of renova-
tions including a large playroom, solid surface counters, oversized
carport, huge den, formal dining and very nice master bath!. Asking
s285,000.
* Well maintained home In Blountstown on 6.8 acres! Prime
location, could possibly be rezoned for commercial use. Asking
$250,000.
CALHOUN-LIBERTY REALTY, LLC
Holli Revell, Licensed R. E. Broker
Call 674-4622 or 445-0828
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JOB OPENING
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applications for the following position for the
2008-2009 school year. A complete certified application listing three (3) professional refer-
ences and resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Information and Opportunities
section of the online application at the LCSB website, www.lcsbonline.org. Once in this area, follow I
the "step by step" directions. Any computer with Internet can be used, i.e. (Library, One Stop Career
Center, Adult School, etc.).
Those without computer access may come to the District Administration Office and complete
your application. Assistance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommodations for com-
pleting forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in
advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the Office of the
Superintendent.
TEACHER (Middle/High School)
Location: Horizon School (Ten month position)
MINIMUM-QUALIFICATIONS:
*Bachelor Science degree from an accredited educational institution required.
*Certified by the State of Florida in appropriate area.
*Must provide written references upon request of the Superintendent.
COMPENSATION: SALARY RANGE: $31,770 *54,117
Applications will be received from:
May 29, 2008 June 11, 2008
EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON
CLEARANCE OF FINGERPRINTS AND DRUG TEST
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age,
handicap or marital status.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER/DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications for the following posi-
tion:
Principal Blountstown Elementary School
Terms of Employment: 12 Months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and Experience.
Applicant Qualifications: School Principalship, Educational Leadership or Administra-
tion/Supervision.
Apply online at http://www.calhounflschools.org/
Applications must be completed by Thursday, June 19, 2008.
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at:
Calhoun County School Board,
20859 Central Avenue East, Room G-20, Blountstown, FL 32424
Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs. Mary Sue Neves, Superinten-
dent at 850-674-5927 or Mr. Michael Johnson at 850-674-8734 extension 223.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age,
handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE Equal Opportunity Employer


U.S. CENSUS BUIJREAU
Management positions available in Tallahassee, FL!
Local Census Office Manager (LCOM) $24.25/hr
Assistant Manager for Field Operations (AMFO) $19.75/hr
Assistant Manager for Recruiting (AMR) $16.50/hr
Assistant Manager for Quality Assurance (AMQA) $16.50/hr
Assistant Manager for Administration (AMA) $16.50/hr
Assistant Manager for Technology (AMT) $16.50/hr
Areas of Consideration: Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla and Liberty Counties
MUST BEA U.S. CITIZEN
Please call 1-888-586-9439 from June 9, 2008 to June 20, 2008 to be scheduled for a written
test. For complete instructions bn how to apply, please visit our website at:
http://www.census.gov/roatl/ww/emply.html
Department of Commerce Equal Opportunity Employer


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JOB OPPORTUNITY
School Board of Calhoun County is accepting appli-
is for the following position:
Educational Paraprofessional
Blountstown Elementary School
s of Employment: 10 months
y: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
,ant Qualifications: AA Degree or appropriate Highly
fied certification. Experience working with Autistic
nts preferred.
ply online at http://www.calhounflschools.org. Ap-
ons must be completed by Monday, June 23, 2008.
opy of the job duties pertaining to this position
ilable at Blountstown Elementary School or the
ol Board Office.
estions concerning this job opening may be di-
1 to Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent, Vicki Davis,
pal, or Staci Williams, ESE Director.
ployment opportunities are offered without regard
e, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or
il status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
EOE


JOB OPENING
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting appli-
cations for the following position for the 2008-2009 school
year. A complete administrative application listing three
(3) professional references and resume is required; it will
need to be submitted in the Information and Opportuni-
ties section of the online application at the LCSB website,
www.lcsbonline.org. Once-in this area, follow the "step by
step" directions. Any computer with internet can be used,
i.e. (Library, One Stop Career Center, Adult School, etc.).
Those without computer access may come to the Dis-
trict Administration office and complete your application.
Assistance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable ac-
commodations for completing forms and interviews are
available for people with disabilities when requested in
advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations,
please contact the Office of the Superintendent.
COORDINATOR OF SPECIAL PROGRAMS
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited educational in-
stitution required.
Minimum of three (3) years successful experience as a
teacher and/or principal or other school related administra-
tive or supervisory duties.
Must provide written references upon request from the
Superintendent.
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Oversee the development of all district calendars.
2. Coordinate the local and state student assessment
programs.
3. Coordinate adult education programs.
4. Serve as administrator for the DJJ and Alternative
School sites.
5. Serve as District contact for the School Resource Of-
ficer/school safety.
6. Serve as Liberty County School District GED Exam-
iner.
7. Serve as District truant officer/equity coordinator.
COMPENSATION: Beginning Salary: $45,000.00
Applications will be received from:
June 5, 2008 June 18, 2008
EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON CLEAR-
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. 1998 Alegro Bay, 17,500 original
miles, great condition, $10,000. Call
643-2125. 6-4,6-11

TOOLS & HEAVY-

EQUIPMENT


WATERCRAFT

Fiberglass bass boat with trailer,
70 hp Evinrude motor, runs like new,
boat is a fixer-upper, $1,500. Call
643-3662 ask for Michael. 6-11, 6-18
Boat motor and trailer; Jon boat,
12' wooden with trolling motor,
$1,000. Call 762-8343. 6-11, 6-1
14' aluminum Somr-Vee boat, 9.5
hp Evinrude, GHV trailer, $1,250;
14' aluminum Jon boat and trailer,
$350. Call 674-2179. 6-11,6-18
14' Bayliner bass boat, 50 hp motor,
runs good, galvanized trailer, $1,500
or best offer. Call 762-2849.
6-11, 6-18
2000 Tracker boat, 17', 75 hp
Mercury, with trailer, $5,875. Call
762-3686. 6-11,6-18
Boat trailer, excellent condition,
with running boards, no rollers, will
fit boat up to 16'. Call 643-2255.
6-4,6-11

200716 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
24' travel trailer, Coachman Cat-
alina, above-ground potty included,
$7,500. Call 762-8343. 6-11, 6-18
2003 travel trailer, excellent condi-
tion, sleeps six, stand up shower,
$9,000. Call 674-2629 ask for
Linda. 6-11,6-18


BD2f Mitsubishi bulldozer, root
rake, new condition, paid $21,000,
sell for $10,500 or trade for 35' or
bigger goose travel trailer, would
prefer with slide outs, in as good or.
better condition. Call 762-8459.
6-11, 6-18

1988 John Deere550G Bulldozer,
six way blade, full ROPS, $15,400.
Call 272-5193. 6-11,6-18
Mac tools box, with complete set of
hand tools, some air tools, $5,000.
Call 674-5669. 6-11,6-18
Trailer, 4.5'x8', lights, loading ramp,
$375; trailer, 4'x14', expanded metal
floor, drop pin hitch, $300; trailer,
4'x14', lights, loading ramp, $300;
trailer, 2.5'x4', for four-wheeler or
lawn mower, $125; 5' bush hog,
$300; 16'trailer, for hauling tractoror
vehicle, lights, $450; trolling motor,
$75. Call 643-2515 after 5:30 p.m.
6-11,6-18

2004 Dovetail trailer, for equip-
ment, 18', Tandem axel, 3500 Ibs.
each, single axel brakes, spare tire,
pull out ramps, $1,500 or best offer.
Call 762-2747. 6-11, 6-18
Floor jack, three ton, 18" lift, $60.
Call 643-2255 6-4, 6-11


HOMES & LAND

1.98 acres, approximately one mile
North of Hosford on Hwy 65 North.
Call 209-0765. 6-11,6-18
Big lot on Chipola River, located in
Calhoun County. Call 643-1514.


Custom built home, built in 2001,
five bed/two bath, 2700 square
feet, heated, five acres, fire place,
$285,000. Call 643-1226. 6-4,6-11


HOME

IMPROVEMENT

Two axles with rimsfortrailer house,
$250; complete tandem chunk, from
refer trailer with rims, tires, springs,
landing gear and break accessories,
$500. Call 643-2515 after 5:30
p.m. 6-11,6-18
Antique bathtub, cast iron, newly
refinished. Call 643-2450. 6-4,6-11

Propane gas tank, 250 gallon, ap-
proximately 25% full, asking only
$200. Call 643-5165 anytime.
6-4, 6-11


PETS/SUPPLIES

Kittens free to good home. Call
643-3335. 6-11,6-18

Shocking collar, Tri-tronics brand,
for two dogs, $300; Beagle puppies,
two males, two females, $100 each.
Call 643-3662 ask for Michael.
6-11,6-18

Kittens free to a good home, as-
sorted colors, four to eight weeks
old. Call 674-8139. 6-11,6-18

Two American Eskimo Spitz, male,
neutered, cannot be separated, two
years old, beautiful dogs, good yard
dogs, $100 each. Call 272-1647.
6-4, 6-11

Two kittens, free to good home, both
females, friendly, six weeks, one is
white and fluffy, and other is orange,
eating on own. Call 674-5720 and
leave message. 6-4,6-11


Two Pit bulls, full grown, females,
free to good home; four pit bull
puppies, almost four months old, all
free to a good home. Call 762-8844,
leave message. 6-4,6-11

Two deer dogs, nice, young, $100
each. Call 447-3200. 6-4,6-11

Small breed dog, female, Pekinese
and Jack Russell. Call 643-3622.
6-4,6-11

Chihuahua puppies, small, had first
shots, $100 each. Call 762-8566.
6-4, 6-11

Two cockatiels and cage, $25. Call
674-2018. 6-4, 6-11


WANTED


Wanted: Barbie doll clothes and
fence material. Call 674-3264.
6-11,6-18

Wanted: 19" colorT.V. and PlaySta-
tion with two orthree games, in good
condition. Call 379-3298. 6-11, 6-18

Wanted: Junk four-wheelers for
parts. Call 762-8566. 6-11,6-18

Wanted: Baby girl clothes, sizes
18-24 months. Call 237-1378.
6-11,6-18

Wanted: Car trailer to rent for one
day. Call 447-4339 ask for John.
6-11,6-18

Wanted: 12'-15' heavy duty alumi-
num boat, 25-40 hp motor, stick-
steering. Call 674-2179. 6-4, 6-11

Wanted: We buy junk cars, trucks,
batteries and salvage. We pay top
dollar. Call 643-5791 or 447-2215
ask for Hubert. 2-20T7-30


NEW HOUSE
FOR SALE
1,100 sq. ft. home
under construction
in Blountstown
on Oak Ave..

$99,900
Call (850) 762-8185


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PUPPIES
Teacup, tiny
applehead dolls,
must see to
appreciate.
S Call 674-3532 /

HOUSE FOR SALE
3 bedroom, 2 bath
doublewide on Bob
Guilford Road, .40
acre lot,

*45,000
or best offer.
Call (850) 762-8185
6-11-08


Over 15 years experience
Clay O'Neal (850) 762-9402
4433 NW County Road 274 (850)762-9402
Altha, l 32421 Cell (850) 832-5055


LAND CLEARING
Specializing in lots and small acreage.

James Peddie, owner/operator

TELEPHONE 643-7910 ...
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Edging Clean-Up

SCall (850) 570-9358
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SWanted: We buy junk cars, trucks,
batteries and salvage. We pay top
dollar. Call 643-5791 or 447-2215
ask for Hubert. 2-20T7-30

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

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

An unwelcome donation Tell'em you found it inThe Calhoun-
Liberty Journal Classifieds.

left at Friendship House LOST &FOUND


Moving sale, Saturday, June 14, 8
a.m. to 12 p.m., 16619 SW Gaskin
Street, fifth house behind McDon-
aid's on left, household items, couch,
recliner, entertainment center, kids
bed, movies, rugs, clothes, toys,
bed-side end tables with drawers,
sale is inside home, priced to sell
so we don't have to move it. Call
643-6260. 6-11

Yard sale, Saturday, June 14, start-
ing at 8 a.m., 23506 NW CR 275,


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Altha, three miles south of Altha be-
hind station, men's suits and pants,
women's clothes, children's toys,
much more, cancel if rain, no early
birds. Call 762-3653. 6-11


Yard sale, Saturday, June14, begin-
ning at 7 a.m.CST, 17391 NW 11th
Street in Shuler Brothers' parking lot,
twin mattress, weed eater, clothes,
shoes, ladder tree stand, recliner,
linens, lots more. Call 643-6009.


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Someone made an unwelcome donation at me
Friendship House in Bristol, which is run by the
Ministerial Association and staffed by volun-
teers who collect items for community members
in need. Sadly, someone who just needed to
dump a dilapidated couch and a pair of nasty
mattresses left their trash next to the building re-
cently. The items were left by a white female
driving what is believed to be a black and red
pickup, accompanied by several teenage-girls.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the
Liberty County Sheriff's Department. Volunteers
will now have to transport and pay to put her gar-
bage in the county dump.


Lost: Hearing aid, lost at Blount-
stown landing on Saturday, May 31.
Reward offered. Call 674-5337.
6-11,6-18

Lost: Labrador, female, black, lost
in the Chipola River area, reward
offered. Call 899-0896. 6-11,6-18


YARD SALES

Yard sale, 19393 SW Barfield Road,
in Blountstown, off Hwy 71 South,
starting at 8 a.m., June 12-14,
Thursday-Saturday, boy's and girls'
clothes, antiques, house hold items,
much more. Call 674-5156. 6-1


Flyaway

Lounge
Saturday, June 14
9 p.m. 1 a.m.
(850) 663-2335
Chattahoochee


'American

Legion
Friday & Saturday
June 20 & 21
Saturday
June 28
Friday & Saturday
July 4 & 5
Hwy. 20 West,
Blountstown


Eddy Teach's
Oyster Bar &
Restaurant
Friday, June 27
(850) 927-5050
St. George Island


On July 4"h we will have .
contests,prizes and lots of fun!, m i
Call 850-510-6917 to schedule www.myspace.com/telogiacreekband/


Teacher Outreach
Program meets
future educators
MARIANNA-Some 45 area
high school students who are
aspiring teachers met recently at
Chipola College.
The Chipola Future Educator's
Club led high school students in
various activities. The students
previewed Chipola education
classes, toured the education
department, practiced leadership,
learning and instructional
strategies, and experimented
with microbial structures in a
biology lab.
Through a Succeed Florida
grant, Chipola officials developed
a Teacher Outreach Program
targeting seven district high
schools to identify students
interested in careers in education.
The schools organized Future
Educators Clubs under the
direction of Teacher Outreach
Coordinator, Joan Lasseter.
Teacher Education students and
members of the Chipola Future
Educator's Club, moderated by
Dr. Cherry Ward, met throughout
the semester at the following high
schools: Bethlehem, Cottondale,
Graceville, Holmes County,
Malone, Marianna and Vernon.
High school sponsors are: David
Williams-Bethlehem, Medea
Callahan-Holmes County, Liz
Sims-Malone, Bridget Miller-
Marianna, Glenda Hartzog-
Cottondale/Graceville and Lisa
Taylor-Vernon.
For information about Chipola's
Teacher Education program, contact
Dr Lou Cleveland at 850-718-2416
or 718-2492.


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