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PAGE 13 ,


Two teens


arrested for


prowling at


CR 12 home
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
Two Tallahassee teenagers who left
a vehicle parked at a Liberty County
Commissioner's home while they went
to his mother's residence next door were
arrested Monday
night, according to
a report from the
Liberty County
Sheriff's Office.
Robert Daniel
Kilgore and
Spencer Alan
Clemons, both 18,
were charged with
trespassing on
Robert Daniel Kilgore fenced property
and prowling.
Additional
charges were
filed against
Kilgore for
possession ofless
than 20 grams of
marijuana and
possession of
paraphernalia
Spencer Alan Clemons after a bag
containing
marijuana and a
glass pipe with residue was found in his
vehicle.
Deputies were called to the scene at
9:27 p.m. by County Commissioner Jim
Johnson, who discovered a white truck
parked at the entrance to his driveway
and then saw two people in the yard of
his mother's home next door at 18307
C.R. South.
Johnson drove to his mother's house
and as he pulled up, he saw two white
males run from behind her home. They
continued running east along the fence
line until reaching C.R. 12. He watched
as they crossed the road and entered a
fenced cow pasture.
While deputies were searching the
area, a motorist stopped to report he had
been flagged down by two white males
who asked for a ride. Cpl. Todd Wheetley
drove to the site where the two had been
seen, found them and took them into
custody.
Kilgore and Clemons both admitted to
being on Janice Johnson's property and
said they were looking for mushrooms.
They told deputies they knew what they
were doing was wrong and apologized
several times.
Johnson told deputies she had been
sleeping and was awakened by a light
shining through her window and heard the
sound of people outside. Her son arrived
a few moments later and the prowlers
fled.
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Graduation

Day at LCHS
There were plenty of smiles as well
as tears at Friday's graduation cer-
emony in Bristol. Above, School
Superintendent Sue Summers ap-
plauds a speech by her son. Ashley
Sansom, at right, struggles to hold
back a tear. For more, see page
17. TERESA EUBANKS PHOTOS




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LCHS Bulldogs
Stedman Williams
(#15) and Jordan
McCray (#20) knock *- 'J
the ball loose from a
Wewahitchka player
during the second
half of last week's
Jamboree in Panama
City. The Liberty
County team shut out
the Bozeman Bucks
in the first half, then
went on to do the
same when they 'V- --
met the Gators on -
the field for the
second half. For
more, see page 29.
DANIEL .

Log...2 Community Calendar...4 Speak Up!...5


Commentary.. .6, 7 Birthdays...8 Achievements...9


SAlmanac...11 News from the Pews... 12 Schools... 14 & 15 Obituaries...24 Classifieds...26 & 27


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VFW member Nicky Phillips collects a donation from a young cus-
tomer at the Express Lane in Bristol during last week's sale of Buddy
Poppies. TONY PATTERSON PHOTO


Floridians urged to get flood insurance


TALLAHASSEE-Since 1978
Santa Rosa County and its resi-
dents and businesses have re-
ceived more than $417 million
from flood insurance settlements.
What would this and other north
Florida counties look like today
if they didn't have flood insur-
ance?
Flood insurance, which is is-
sued through the National Flood
Insurance Program (NFIP), has
helped hundreds of thousands of
north Florida residents repair and
rebuild after devastating floods.
Hurricane season begins June
1 and the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA)
and the State Emergency Re-
sponse Team would like every-
one living in north Florida to
ask themselves this very impor-
tant question: Can I afford to be
without flood insurance?
"May Floridians already
know how important flood in-
surance is because more people
in our state have flood insurance
policies than in any other state,"
said State Coordinating Officer
Doug Wright. "But, I think the
more people know about flood
insurance the more likely they
are to buy a policy. Some risks
just aren't worth it."
Due to losses and damages
from flooding between March
26 and May 5 of this year, many
north Florida homeowners, rent-
ers and businesses have filed
claims against their flood in-
surance polices and/or applied
for FEMA disaster assistance.
No one knows what the rest of
the year may bring, but a quick
look back at what happened af-
ter Tropical Storm Fay last year
demonstrates why having flood
insurance can be a very good
idea.
In the wake of Tropical Storm


Fay, Florida's homeowners and
renters received a combined to-
tal of $18.6 million in FEMA
(Individuals and Households
Grant Program) assistance, with
the average household receiving
$3,472 in non-repayable grants.
However, those with active flood
insurance policies received an
average of $21,739 from NFIP
settlements, and some who re-
ceived flood insurance settle-
ments also received grants from
FEMA- thereby making recov-
ery faster and easier.
Other insurance, like hom-
eowners' or renters' insurance
doesn't cover flood damage.
Only flood insurance covers
damages caused from rising wa-
ter in homes and businesses.
"Disaster assistance from
FEMA is not meant to bring
people back to the situation they
were in before a disaster, but
having flood insurance can, so
it's important to think ahead to
what flooding could cost your


family," said Jeff Bryant, fed-
eral coordinating officer.
Just how much could a flood
cost you? Go to www.floods-
mart.gov and check out why just
six inches of water in your home
could cost more than $11,000.
The Web site will also help you
determine how much various
amounts of flood insurance cov-
erage costs and what policies
will cover.
As of February 28, 2009, and
since 1978, more than $786 mil-
lion has been paid out for flood
insurance settlements to policy
holders in the 17 north Florida
counties currently eligible for
Individual Assistance from
FEMA.
Those counties include Cal-
houn, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamil-
ton, Holmes, Jackson, Lafayette,
Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Suwan-
nee, Wakulla, Walton and Wash-
ington.


Man convicted of aggravated

battery in Bristol bar brawl
A Quincy man who demanded a jury trial after two other defendants
in the case entered pleas was found guilty of aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon by a Liberty County jury May 19 after they deliberated
for about 40 minutes.
Tremayne Paden was accused of injuring a man by hitting him
in the face during a fight outside the bar on Hall Circle in Bristol in
March of 2007.
According to the original arrest report, witnesses identified Paden
soon after the incident by giving deputies a clear description of the
suspect and his clothing.
Witnesses said Paden hit the victim in the head with a board and
had used the board to hold back a woman who had been involved in
the fight. The board was taken from a fence that was destroyed when
the fighting first started.
Two juveniles were also involved in the altercation and charges are
pending against a third man, who is now serving in Iraq.
Paden is being held without bond in the Liberty County Jail.
Sentencing is scheduled for June 1.


Bristol bar shut down for

violating county ordinance
Bristol bar owner Tonzie Veshae Hall, 60, was arrested this weekend
on charges of violating County Ordinance 75-6 that calls for bars to
cut off alcohol sales at 12:30 a.m. and close the doors by 1 a.m.
Deputies from the Liberty County Sheriff's Office went to the
Hall Circle establishment at 1 a.m. Saturday and found it open for
business.
In his report, Deputy Chad Smith stated that customers were
consuming alcohol outside of the building and when he went inside,
he found the owner serving alcohol.
Hall was ordered to close down and lock up the building before
being taken to the county jail.





CALHOUN COUNTY
May 18
*Dewey Vaught, VOCP, CCSO.
*Karen Sims, VOCP, CCSO.
*Daniel Parrish, sentenced from court 30 days,
CCSO.
May 19
*Jeffery Metcalf, VSS, CCSO.
*Archie Faircloth, DUI, FHP.
May 20
*Justin Johnson, VOCC (warrant), CCSO.
*Ruth Waterman, VOP (warrant times 2),
CCSO.
May 21
*Michael D. Brown, public affray, BPD.
*Deshandra L. Marlowe, public affray, BPD.
*Tamika Gates, failure to appear, CCSO.
*Christopher Phillips, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, APD.
May 22
*Felipe Chavez, no valid driver's license, BPD.
May 23
*Quinton Lemark Peterson, felony driving while
license suspended or revoked, BPD.
May 24
*Rafael Lopez, possession of alcohol by a minor,
CCSO.
*Artemio Lopez, no valid driver's license,
CCSO.
*Edward Lee Sailor, felony driving while license
suspended or revoked, BPD.
LIBERTY COUNTY
May 18
*Johnny Rudd, holding for Gadsden Co. SO,
LCSO.
May 20
*Anthony Wayne McClure, failure to appear
(unlawful speed), LCSO.
*Ruth Waterman, holding for CCSO, CCSO.
May 21
*Deshandra Marlowe, holding for CCSO,
CCSO.
*Tamika Gates, holding for CCSO, CCSO.
May 23
*Tonzie Veshae Hall, violation of county ordi-
nance 75-6, LCSO.


Listings include name followed by charge and identification of arresting agency
The names above represent those charged. We remind our readers that all are
presumed innocent until proven guilty.


Blountstown Police Dept.
May 18 through May 24, 2008
Citations issued:
Accidents...............06 Traffic Citations..................11
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)......87
Business alarms.....02 Residential alarms..........00
C o m p la in ts ........................................................... 15 7




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'Create The Good' initiative helps


communities prepare for storms


TALLAHASSEE Florida
CFO Alex Sink and AARP Flor-
ida State Director Lori Parham
joined state agency leaders, el-
der advocates and volunteer or-
ganizations Tuesday in announc-
ing a new initiative, Create The
Good/Operation Hurricane Pre-
pare, to encourage Floridians to
help neighbors and communities
get ready for the 2009 hurricane
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"All Floridians should be pre-
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Hurricane Prepare initiative. It
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of AARP members and other
Floridians to strengthen not only
their personal preparedness but
that of their neighbors and com-
munities."
Among those present to
endorse the new initiative at
Tuesday's Capitol news confer-
ence were CFO Sink; Parham;
Florida Elder Affairs Secretary
E. Douglas Beach; David Lynn,
president of the Florida Council
on Aging; and Alex Amparo, di-
rector of emergency services for
Gov. Charlie Crist's Commis-
sion on Volunteerism (Volunteer
Florida).
"AARP's founder, Dr. Ethel
Percy Andrus, challenged Amer-
icans to 'to live up to our better
selves, to believe well of our fel-
low men and perhaps by doing so
to help create the good, to exper-
iment, to explore, to change and
to grow'," Parham said. "In this
inspiring spirit, AARP is reach-
ing out to our 3 million members
and all Floridians to engage their
neighbors and their communities
in preparing for the 2009 hurri-
cane season. As the 2009 hur-
ricane season begins, we hope
Operation Hurricane Prepare


will persuade many Floridians
to help make their communities
stronger and better prepared."
Operation Hurricane Prepare
(www.aarp.org/hurricanepre-
pare ) begins with a Web site
created within the Create The
Good initiative targeted to AARP
members and Americans of all
generations living along the
Gulf and South Atlantic Coasts.
Online resources at the site offer
step-by-step instructions in Eng-
lish and Spanish to help coastal
residents prepare for hurricane
season.
AARP is also reaching out
to nearly 8,000 neighborhood
and community associations, lo-
cal government organizations,
disaster-preparedness officials
and others to share information
about Create The Good/Opera-
tion Hurricane Prepare. AARP
also is publicizing the initiative
through AARP Bulletin, which
reaches about 2.3 million AARP
members in Florida alone, plus
outreach to AARP members in
other Gulf and South Atlantic
states.
Every Florida legislator will
receive information on the initia-
tive, as will local governments,
business groups and other orga-
nizations. Later in 2009, AARP
plans additional national efforts
to promote the Create The Good
initiative.
"Florida's elders have always
been resilient, but sometimes
they can use a helping hand. It's
critical that as good neighbors,
we assist those who might not
be able to prepare for a disaster.
We must all be ready to help our
neighbors and ourselves, if and
when that time comes," said El-
der Affairs Secretary Beach.
Beach noted that AARP's
initiative augments the depart-


ment's Disaster Preparedness
Guide for Elders, a 24-page tab-
loid publication containing nu-
merous tips to help seniors pre-
pare for and respond to a wide
range of emergencies.
Some 240,000 copies of
the guide were distributed this
month, and it is also available
online at http://elderaffairs.state.
fl.us/english/disasterguide/2009.
pdf.
Whether coastal residents
have five minutes, five hours or
longer, Create The Good/Op-
eration Hurricane Prepare offers
ways to engage:
Get involved individually.
At www.aarp.org/hurricanepre-
pare, viewers will find step-by-
step instructions to help friends,
neighbors, loved ones or others
in their communities prepare.
The same materials can help
Floridians improve their own
preparedness, as well.
Lead a group activity. At
www.aarp.org/hurricaneprepare,
viewers will find ideas for or-
ganizing group functions that
you and your neighbors can do
together.
Post an opportunity to give
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like to connect with fellow Flo-
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AARP can help. Go to www.
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Calhoun Libraries

summer reading

program June 1
The Calhoun County Public Librar-
ies will be offering their annual Summer
Reading Program. The program will start
June 1 and end June 25.
Your child must be registered at the
library where they will be attending the
program.
The children will participate in story-
telling, art, crafts, and music. The sched-


ule is as follows:
*Blountstown Library
*Hugh Creek Library
*Altha Library
*Shelton Library
*Kinard Park Library


10 a.m.-2 p.m.
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
2-4 p.m.
2-4 p.m.
2-4 p.m.


Workshop to show

how to preserve

vegetables June 19
Enjoy a morning outdoors and learn
how to preserve vegetables. Watch dem-
onstrations and take home plenty of free
information about preserving garden veg-
etables the safe, fun, and affordable way.
This Calhoun County Extension work-
shop is for adults of all ages. The work-
shop is planned for June 19 from 8 a.m to
12 noon (CT) at Sam Atkins Park Youth
Camp Pavilion and Cabins.
Registration deadline is June 12. Space
is limited to 30 participants on a first
come, first serve basis. There will be a
charge of $5 to register for this class. To
register contact the Calhoun Co, Exten-
sion Service Agency at (850) 674-8323 or
stop by 20816 Central Ave. East, Suite 1
in Blountstown.

Women's Health

Seminar June 12
The First Annual Women's Health
Seminar will be held Friday, June 12 at
10 a.m. (ET) at the Bristol Pentecostal
Holiness Church.
This program is sponsored by the Cal-
houn and Liberty County Health Depart-
ment's Healthy Communities, Healthy
People Program





Smith family reunion

set Saturday, May 30
The 48th annual Smith family reunion
of the descendents of the late Jesse Daniel
Smith and Mattie (Williams) Smith will
be held Saturday, May 30 at Four Mile
Creek Park.
All friends and relatives are invited.
The reunion is always held on the last
Saturday in May.
For more information contact Tim
Smith or Estelle (Smith) Jones.


The Calhoun-Liberty Journal is
published each Wednesday
by the Liberty Journal Inc.,
Summers Road, P.O. Box 536,
Bristol, FL 32321.
Annual subscriptions are $18.
Periodicals postage paid at Bristol, FL
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Older Americans Month
TODAY'S MEETINGS
* Rotary Club, noon, Calhoun-Liberty Hospita
* Weight Loss Support Group, 1:30 p.m., SI
* Boy Scouts Troop 200, 6:30 p.m., Mormon
* AA, 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. ea


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W.R. Tolar
Kindergarten A
Graduation, 7 p.m.
TODAY'S MEET
Boyd's Representative available
-9:30-11 a.m. (CT), Calhoun Courthouse
~1:30-3:30 p.m. (ET), Liberty Courthouse Le
VFW Post 12010, 7:30 p.m., Veterans Mem
Brownie Troop 158, 6:30 p.m., W.R. Tolar, I
AA, 7 p.m., basement of Calhoun County Cc
The Area Agency on Aging for N FL (Boai
Area Agency on Aging for North Florida, 2414


EVENTS
Dance, 6 12 p.m., American
Legion Hall in Blountstown



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Settlement, Blountstown



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* 50+ Club, 12 noon, Apalachee Restaurant, I
* Altha Boy Scouts, 5:30 p.m., Altha VolunteE
* American Legion Post 272, 7 p.m., Legion
* AA, 6 p.m., Altha Community Center
* JROTC Booster Club, 7 p.m., Liberty Co. H
* Veterans Memorial Railroad, 7:30 p.m., Ap



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TODAY'S MEET
* Liberty Co. Commission, 7 p.m., Liberty C
* Calhoun Co. Commission, 2 p.m., Ag. Bldg,
* Mossy Pond VFD Auxiliary, 12:30 a.m., at
* Dixie 109 Masonic Lodge, 7 p.m., Masonic



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Benefit Bog-in


this Saturday
There will be a benefit bog-in this Sat-
urday, May 30 at the Tri-State Off Road
Park in Clarksville. Gates open at 3 p.m.
(CT) and races start at 5 p.m. (CT). There
will be a $10 admission into the gate, kids
12 years old and under get in free. All
proceeds go to the area Volunteer Fire
Departments.
There will be no entry fee and no truck
minimum for contestants. The prize for
each category entered are:
*4&6 Cylinder: 1st place-$125;
2nd place-$100; 3rd place-$50 and 4th
place-$25
*38.5&down: 1st place-$225; 2nd
place-$125; 3rd place-$75 and 4th
place-$50
*39&up: 1st place-$225; 2nd
place-$125; 3rd place-$75 and 4th
place-$50
The Tri-State Off Road Park is located
in Clarksville seven miles south of Hwy.
20 on Hwy. 73. For more information
contact Ray Goodwin at (850) 447-0356
or (850) 237-2945.


Free diabetes

class June 9
The Calhoun County public library
will host a free diabetes education class
June 9 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Cal-
houn County Public Library in Blount-
stown. The teacher for the class will be
Ken Helms, ARNP, CDE.
The program will cover:
*Diabetes 101: a look at the basics
such as diabetes types and risk factors.
*Staying Healthy: provides convenient
tips for eating healthy and staying active.
*Insulin 101: explores the basics of
insulin, including Novo Nordisk insulin
and offers live demonstrations of how to
use insulin pens.
*Resources: attendees receive com-
plimentary take-home information on
diabetes care. Eligible attendees may also
receive a $25 rebate on your first Novo
Nordisk prescription.
Diabetes Academy programs are fun,
free classes that help you learn the ins
and outs of diabetes from certified diabe-
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JOURNAL STAFF
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SPEAK UP!
WITH A LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Write: The Calhoun-Liberty Journal
P.O. Box 536, Bristol 32321


Woman disappointed loved one

denied burial at Driver's Cemetery
To the editor:
I have lived in this county all my life, I have raised my two kids
here in Liberty County and am watching my grandchildren grow
up here now. On April 25 the love of my life passed away. For
the past 2 1/2 years we planned on getting remarried and help to
raise our grandchildren, but he passed away before we could take
our vows.
I walked around every day with a smile on the outside and tell-
ing everyone I'm alright, when deep down inside I was dying, los-
ing all my hopes and dreams. He lived here most of his life and
loved this county and the people here.
I was going lay him to rest at Driver's Cemetery in Telogia.
We had a spot picked out, the vault put down and tent was set for
the funeral. We believed this was the best place for us to lay him
to rest where he would be near me and his kids. We also have
other family members buried there. The following day I received
a phone call, saying the head of the church committee, Betty Rob-
erts of the United Methodist Church of Hosford, said he could not
be buried there.
How can someone be so cruel at a time like this, a time when I
lost the love of my life, my kids lost their daddy and my grandkids
lost their grandfather? A family that is hurting and grieving, trying
to understand why. This is supposed to be a church going people.
How can people of God have such a cold heart. I know Mike is
with God now, he gave his life to God. I just want to say this is
God's land, not our land, he has loaned it to us for only a little
while. We should respect that and act appropriately.
No one should be able to say whether or not you should be able
to be laid to rest there. I have lived in this county all my life and I
have never heard of anyone being turned away from a cemetery of
their choice. The love of my life had family from Kentucky and
Atlanta, GA that he has always bragged to about this county.
I can honestly say this is the first time I have ever been ashamed
of the people in this church and their actions. I thought people in
church were supposed to love and help others in the church and
community not hurt them.
Always remember that you reap what you sow.
One last question, what would Jesus had done?
Hurt and confused
Marlene Beck and the Craig Family

Cemetery committee wants to resume

use of inmates to clean Mount Olive
To the editor:
I am trying to get some help to keep the Mount Olive Cemetery
north of Altha mowed during the summer months.
The Mount Olive Cemetery committee had suppers for years to
make money to pay someone to mow, weed-eat and remove debris.
The committee discontinued the suppers as it became harder and
harder to get someone to do the job even when offered $500.
Members of the committee were told that if they had it declared
a non-profit organization the county commissioners would get
state prisoners to mow the cemetery when it was needed. This
worked fine for about one year then a new county commissioner
was elected for the Altha area. A committee member had to call
the commissioner for the Altha area and the commissioner had to
contact the prison warden for the prisoners to be sent to the cem-
etery. Even though the committee members called the commis-
sioner there were many times when the prisoners did not come and
the commissioner stated that it was not his job. At the recommen-
dation of Sonny O'Bryan, the county commissioners voted to not
use any county equipment in the cemeteries and this ended the use
of state prison labor to mow cemeteries in Calhoun County.
Dan Wyrick, county commissioner for the Altha area, stated
that the county needs the equipment for all the parks in Calhoun
County that very few people use.
I think it is very shameful when people have to wade knee deep
in bahia grass and weeds to bury their loved ones.
PLEASE!
If you have relatives buried in the Mount Olive Cemetery, call
your county commissioner.
Thanks, Donald G. Harrell ofAltha


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Community members gathered
Monday to mark the annual
observance of Memorial
Day, where those who died
in service to our country
were remembered. Veterans
spoke, family members held
up posters of loved ones lost in
wartime and children looked on
as the colors were presented
during the special ceremony.
Guest speaker Steve Mears
Jr. is shown above left as the
VFW chaplain gives the prayer
behind a flag-draped podium.
Shown at left is young Jared
Holcomb proudly wearing his
"Property of USA" shirt. Jared
was adopted from his native
Russia and now lives in Liberty
County. VFW members are
shown below as they fire three
volleys for a 21-gun salute.
PHOTOS BY JOHNNY EUBANKS
AND TONY PATTERSON




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doing what he and the Bush administra- OA
tion did so well for eight years. Scaring O
the daylights out of any and everyone
willing to listen to their incessant alarm- Jerry Cox is a
ist message, "You will all die from ter- officer and write
rorist attacks unless you listen to Dick background ii
Cheney who is here to save you." What foreign policy is
rot. Okaloosa Cour
rot.
Right-wing Republican town crier
Cheney and his equally shrill daughter,
Liz, are once again whooping up the troops, stoking the
fears of their right-wing base. It will be time for an election
soon and politicians never stop manipulating the minds of
their followers. Make 'em mad, scare 'em to death, give
them a reason to vote.
Cheney contends that President Obama has made Amer-
ica less safe because Mr. Obama plans to close the deten-
tion facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. No point in com-
menting on how we, the United States, got into this legal
mess with the war in Iraq, Gitmo, renditions and torturing
people. Books are being written on these issues. The ques-
tion for Mr. Obama and all of us is what we do now.
Even after 32 years of wearing the uniform, getting shot
at and hit, I guess that I have a naive view of warfare. My
view is that we kill them, they kill us, if captured, we wait
out the war, and then we are sent back to our respective
homelands.
However, Mr. Bush decreed that the "war on terror" was
different. The Bush administration decided that the rules
of conventional warfare were not adequate to deal with the
"terrorist threat." Prisoners were categorized into what-
ever designations that served the Bush administration's
purposes.
The fact that enemy combatants were from many coun-
tries who had banded t,7c ,lli. i for a common cause really
screwed up people's minds. No common uniforms, no com-
mon ethnicity, just a bunch of people, in this case Islamic
fundamentalists, banded together for a common ideology.
Therefore, the war on terror is a lot like fighting a gang in
south Los Angeles.
The clamor over Gitmo is almost laughable. It would be
if it wasn't such a serious subject. However, the laughable
part is the people that are bonkers over this issue.
I will never agree with Cheney that torture, renditions
and the Gitmo-style prisons were necessary to "protect
America." This country has faced many enemies since
Jamestown began in early 1600s, and the idea that to pro-
tect ourselves we have to stoop to the same low-life level
as our enemies is bunk.
One of Cheney's scare tactics is that the release of Git-
mo prisoners would be a threat to America' s security. The
Pentagon reports that one-seventh of the Gitmo prisoners


released by the Bush administration re-
('S turned to terrorist tactics against the U.S.
R N ER Not true. Analysis shows that only a few
actually made it to the battlefield. But so
retired military what. If former Gitmo prisoners show
with an extensive up on the battlefield again and are killed
domestic and by a U.S. soldier then problem solved.
ues. He lives in The senate voted 90-6 against pro-
y. viding the $80 million President Obama
wanted to fund the closing of Gitmo. One
excuse from this lame group of senatorial
wusses was that President Obama didn't
have a "plan" for closing down Gitmo.
The real rub was that these weak-kneed senators were
playing politics. It was a collective, "Oh my God, Presi-
dent Obama is going to move these dangerous criminal ter-
rorists into the United States. How could President Obama
put all of America at risk by putting a couple hundred of
these dangerous terrorists on U.S. soil?"
Well, U.S. maximum security prisons already house ter-
rorists. I don't think a few more will make any difference.
The FBI director, Mueller, made some of the dumbest state-
ments to Congress on housing the terrorists in U.S. pris-
ons. Mueller said that they would present a serious danger
in that they could still communicate with their followers.
They could even raise funds while in prison. Where did
this guy come from?
The Two Rivers Detention Facility in Hardin, Montana
is a brand new 240 bed prison that is empty and never been
used. The city council has voted to take about one hundred
of the terrorist prisoners. Why? Placing prisoners in a facil-
ity that is sitting empty will bring jobs to Hardin, a city that
its director of economic development says is the poorest
city in the poorest county of Montana. By the way, this pris-
on was one of those pork barrel projects that Senator John
McCain missed in his annual review of the federal budget.
The facility at Guantanamo should be closed because it
represents the Bush administrations bashing of the Rule of
Law. If charges can be brought against any prisoner, then
try them. If they are convicted then place them into a max-
imum security prison.
The crux of the Gitmo problem is those prisoners that
aren't being charged, but who are bad actors. Keeping
them in jail N% ill, uiil benefit of the Rule of Law is w Ilg.
but taking them to Iraq or Afghanistan and dumping them
out and giving them a ten-minute head start is the perfect
answer in my view.
U.S. prisons already have hardcore, dangerous prison-
ers that can never be released. I doubt that Cheney watches
the prison show Lockup on MSNBC. If he did, he might
recognize that America's prisons are already filled with
people just as dangerous as the prisoners at Gitmo.


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BIRTHDAYS


DELILAH
"LILY" GRACE
TRAY LOR
Delilah "Lily" Grace Traylor
will celebrate her fifth birth-
day on May 27. She is the
daughter of Tawnya Traylor
and Greg Fleming of Bristol
and Jeff and Christy Naylor of
Tallahassee. Her grandpar-
ents are Ronny Traylor, Terry
and Linda McCue, Cheryl
Naylor, and Nevin Smith.
She celebrated her birthday
with a party at Zoinks in Tal-
lahassee. Lily enjoys ballet
and riding horses.


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EMMA GRACE KEVER
Emma Grace Kever will cel-
ebrate her fourth birthday on
May 27 with a party at her
home with family and friends.
She is the daughter of Matt
Kever and Katie Varnum of
Bristol. Her grandparents in-
clude Debbie Kever of Day-
tona, Melinda and Tom Sch-
nek of Williston and James
and Cynthia Reed of Bristol.
Grace loves spending time
with her new baby goat that
she got from her Nana and
Papa. She is also looking for-
ward to starting Pre-K in the
coming school year.


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HOBBY
Coleton Hobby turned five
years old on May 19. He
celebrated his birthday with
a Nascar theme party at Vet-
erans Memorial Park in Bris-
tol. He is the son of Jessica
Hobby and Larry Hobby, Jr.
of Bristol. His grandparents
include Jerry and Carolyn
Shields of Blounstown and
Henrietta Hobby and the late
Larry Hobby, Sr. of Bristol.
His great-grandparents are
Charles and Ruth Creel of
Blountstown. Coleton enjoys
playing with his friends at
Pre-K, swimming and playing
video games.


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announce the marriage of their
parents, Tawnya Traylor and
Greg Fleming. Tawnya and
Greg were married on April 1
at sunrise on Mexico Beach.
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their honor on June 20 in Altha.
All friends and family are in-
vited to attend. No local invi-
tations are being sent.
For more information,
please contact Missy at mis-
syph@fairpoint.net or Christi
at christwill07@yahoo.com.


Johnsons' 50th anniversary

celebration Saturday, June 6
Rodney and Minnie Johnson will celebrate their 50th Wedding
Anniversary with a gathering on June 6 at 1 p.m. at the W.T. Neal
Civic Center in Blountstown.
Friends are invited. No gifts other than your presence will be
accepted.
Call 762-2470 for more information.


mL:WEDDING


72nd birthday

celebration

for Robert

Sessions
The community is invited to
attend a 72nd birthday celebra-
tion for Robert Lee Session
Friday, May 29 from 7-11 p.m.
(CT) at the W.T Neal Civic
Center in Blountstown.
For more information ,con-
tact any of the Annie Dell Ses-
sion family.


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Sponsors

sought for

Blountstown

street lamps
In their ongoing effort to re-
vitalize the downtown district,
members of Blountstown Main
Street recently embarked on a
project to put Victorian street
lamps along the sidewalks. At
the last Blountstown City Coun-
cil meeting, Council members
gave Main Street the go ahead to
proceed with this project.
A total of 17 street lamps will
be purchased for the project and
the public is invited to get in-
volved. You can join the effort
by sponsoring a street lamp in
memory or in honor of a loved
one. An attractive tribute plaque
will be placed on each street
lamp with your personal mes-
sage. The cost for exclusive
sponsorship meaning only
your family or group will be on
the plaque is $700. To share a
street lamp with another family
or group, the cost is $350.
Street lamp sponsorships are
going fast! If you'd like to spon-
sor a street lamp, contact Kelli
Peacock at 899-0500 or 674-
1004.

Blountstown

Main Street

meets June 8
The next Blountstown Main
Street meeting is set for Mon-
day, June 8, at 5:30 p.m. at Main
Street Station. Anyone interested
in getting involved is welcome
to attend.


SACHIEVEMENTS-
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Peggy Shiver won first place in the drivers in a written test, pre-trip inspec-
Florida Para-transit Roadeo competition, tion, wheelchair securement, and a diffi-
Modified Van Division, May 1 at Daytona cult driving course. Peggy has been with
Beach. Liberty County Transit 18 years and will
Peggy earned this award by having the represent Florida in the National Compe-
highest combined score against other tition on May 31 in Providence, RI.

Miss Panhandle NWFL winners named
Miss Panhandle NWFL was held
Sunday, May 17 at the Sneads High
School Auditorium. Winners in each
the Little, Teen, and Miss Divisions
will go on to represent the Panhandle
at the 2010 Miss Northwest Florida
Pageant in November. For more infor-
mation on upcoming Miss Northwest
Florida Preliminaries contact Execu-
tive Director Jami Daniels at 334-300-
1671 or visit Missnorthwestflorida.
com. Pictured L-R front row: Tiny Miss ..
Panhandle NWFL and Tiny Miss Pho-
togenic, Kennedy Wilkes of Marianna,
Little Miss Panhandle NWFL and Little L,.
Miss Photogenic, Addyson Lewis of
Grand Ridge, Young Miss Panhandle
NWFL, Kayla Reisoglu of Bristol, L-R '.
back row: Junior Miss Panhandle NWFL, Jamison Minniefield of Defuniak Springs, Teen Miss
Panhandle NWFL and Teen Miss Photogenic, Meagan Seay of Marianna, Miss Panhandle
NWFL and Miss Photogenic, Courtney Corbin of Graceville. Other winners include Young Miss
Photogenic, Delayney Basford of Marianna and People's Choice Sarah McAlpin of Alford.


Florida's April

unemployment

rates released
from Kenny Griffin,
Chipola Regional Workforce Board
Liberty County continues
to lead the state with the low-
est unemployment rate of 4.6%
followed by Alachua County at
5.6% and Leon at 5.8%. All of
the 5 counties that make up the
Chipola Regional Workforce
Board area showed a decrease in
unemployment for April 2009.
Florida's seasonally adjusted
unemployment for April 2009 is
9.6%. This represents 885,000
jobless out of a workforce of
9,239,000. The unemployment
rate is 0.2 percent lower that the
revised March rate of 9.8 percent
and is up 4.0 percentage points
from the April 2008 rate. The
states current unemployment is
0.7 percentage points higher that
the national unemployment is of
8.9 percent.
Florida's total non-agricul-
tural employment in April 2009
is 7,451,000, representing a job
loss of 380,300, or -4.9 percent
compared to April 2008. This
is steeper than the national over
the year rate of decline for April
which is -3.8 percent. The April
2009 job loss continues the trend
of over the year declines that be-
gan in August 2007.
-------UNEMPLOYMENT RATES-------

Apr. '09 Mar. '09 Apr'08


Liberty......4.6
Calhoun...7.6
Jackson....6.4
Holmes.....7.3
Washington...9.1


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Many help make
If you missed the 2009 Relay for
Life on May 15-16, you missed the
biggest party of the year! This year's
Relay raised over $47,000 for the
American Cancer Society. Way to go,
teams!
The opening ceremonies kicked
off with live entertainment by Lisa
Adams and the Last Ride, followed
by the survivor ceremony and lumi-
nary service. Team members enjoyed
great food and fun and games all night
long. The event concluded on Satur-
day morning with dueling pianos by
Zach and Jake Lawson.
Awards given to various teams dur-
ing the closing ceremony were:
BEST ROOKIE TEAM: Blount-
stown Health & Rehab


2009 Calhoun-Liberty Relay for Life a huge success


BEST VETERAN TEAM: Calhoun
County Corrections
BEST CAMPSITE: Bristol Church
of God
MOST $$ RAISED: Calhoun
County Corrections ($9,300)
SPIRIT OF RELAY: Bristol Church
of God
TRAVELING SPIRIT TROPHY:
Bristol Youth Academy (Most spirit
points)
HEART OF RELAY: Bristol First
Baptist Church (Best care of Adopted
Survivor)
Avery BIG thank you to this year's
Relay for Life sponsors. Without their
support, the 2009 Calhoun-Liberty
Relay for Life would not have been
possible! Sponsors include: Georgia


Pacific, Superior Bank, Gulf Coast
Electric, Progress Energy, Sutton
Creek Apartments, Ramsey's Piggly
Wiggly, Bank of America, Fairpoint
Communications, American Legion
Ladies Auxiliary, Harborlife Corpora-
tion, Doobie Brothers BBQ, Oglesby
Nurseries and T&T Sound.
A special thanks also goes out to the
following individuals for everything
they did to make this year's Relay the
success that it was:
*Michael Wahlquist (Emcee)
LCHS ROTC
Kim Lewis
*Pastor Coy Collins
*Pastor Paul Smith
Pastor Karl Wiggins
*Pastor Derek Causseaux,


Alice Williford (Honorary Event
Chair)
JoAnn Stewart,
The Headliners (Bristol Youth
Academy).
All teams are invited to join us at
the Wrap-Up Party on June 8 at 5:30
p.m. (CT). The event will be held at
the W.T. Neal Civic Center. If you are
interested in serving on the 2010 Cal-
houn-Liberty Relay for Life Commit-
tee, a committee round-up rally will
be held on June 11 at 5:30 p.m. (CT)
at the W.T. Neal Civic Center.
Anyone who has an interest in help-
ing to make next year's Relay bigger
and better is welcome to come, or you
can contact Jolene Bryant toll free at
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The J.W. 1
Bowden
Store in
Altha,
photographed
circa 1965.
This photo
by Earle -
Bowden
shows his I
son, Randy,
standing A
in the -
doorway.


I have heard the stories
of this quiet and peaceful town
where the people grubbed for wages
from the richness of the ground.

Cotton fields are gleaming
like snow upon the ground
horses hitched to wagon
as they made their way to town.

Moonshine stills were working
through the night into the day
just to help the less fortunate
to balance out their pay.

Old Jesse's store was busy
even though the times were bad
people buying groceries
with what little money they had.

If their pocket books were empty
and the pantry was bone dry
old Jesse would carry them
till better times come by.

They tell me of the shootings
of the cutting and the fights
those demons sure run wild
on a hot and steamy Saturday night.


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Town
by Bill Cloud


I've heard about the preachers
who brought revivals to this town
shouting and singing
till God's power would come down.

They often speak of the river
that runs so deep and cold
food from those dark waters
have fed many a hungry soul.

There was an old country doctor
who would ease the people's pain
serving several counties
Doc Dowling was his name.

They tell me you must be careful
when you start to cast a stone
the one you're aiming at
just might be one of your own.

They say my father was a trapper
and his word was his bond


some knew him as being rowdy
most knew him as Coon John.

I never really knew him
even though he often tried
hardness caused my distance
some might call it pride.

My mother was a lady
who lived in times of despair
she cut the cord that bound us
and placed me in another's care.

I am not like most people
when it comes it comes
to the family tree
when asked about my family
I can boast about all three.

Most people can claim two families
but to me that has no appeal
my roots sprang from three families
the Clouds, the Baileys
and the Edenfields.

Most of the old timers have departed
but their stories still linger on
to live forever in memory
of those who call this home.


The Heritage Book Committee of Calhoun County will meet again on June 22, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. CST
at the Calhoun County Library. This will be the last meeting before the deadline, so be sure
to come and bring your stories and photographs for the upcoming book.


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Prayer Band

meets May 28
There will be a Prayer Band
meeting Thursday, May 28 at
7:30 p.m. The meeting will be
at Sister Betty Beckwith's home
at 12283 NW Smith Circle in
Bristol. Everyone is invited to
attend.
For more information call
643-2622.


Hop on board the Boomerang
Express and travel to the land
down under for a week of non-
stop action as you learn how it
all comes back to Jesus. Each
day's Bible study will help kids
discover how to have a relation-
ship with Jesus. By the end of
the week you will have learned
what it means to live through
him.
It's Vacation Bible School at
Magnolia Baptist Church like
you've never experienced before.
Children age five through sixth
grade are admitted free from
May 31 through June 4 start-
ing at 6 p.m. In this one-week
adventure, you will hear Bible


Travel to the Land Down Un-
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as you learn how it all comes
back to Jesus. Each day's Bible
study will help kids discover
how to have a relationship with
Jesus. By the end of the week
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stown has always been a little
non-traditional and unconven-
tional in its approach to Sunday
School, Upward Basketball,
Bible camps and Easter Egg
Hunts.
This summer will be no dif-
ferent as it holds Vacation Bible
School from Sunday, May 31
to Thursday, June 4 from 5 to 8
p.m. each evening.
All children age four years
old to sixth grade are invited on a
Bayou adventure as we travel to
"Crocodile Dock: Where Fearless
Kids Shine God's Light"! Spend
a week with Miss Johanna, Miss
Kelly, Miss Heather, Miss Lynn,
Miss Judy, Miss Vicki, Marshall,
and Youth Director Dustin and
see what trouble they get into!
It's a free event filled with fun,
crafts, food and Bible adventure!
For more information, call the
church office at 674-5923 or reg-
ister online at www.groupvbs.
com/webtoybox/myvbs/32424.


stories, participate in cool crafts,
motivating music, eat snacks at
the G'Day Cafe and play games
at Recreation Rock.
During this same week, teen-
agers can experience Rock and
Reef Tour with Bible study and
special activities planned just for
them. Adults also will have the
opportunity to participate in a
Bible study. This week of fun,
food and exciting learning op-
portunities is free of charge and
open to everyone.
Call 762-8342 for more infor-
mation. 'Boomerang Express, it
all comes back to Jesus' will be
an event to remember, come join
us for a great time.


like you've never experienced
before! Children age 3 through
grade 6 are admitted free from
June 7-11. Registration and a
light meal begin at 5:30 in the
G'Day Cafe and VBS activities
begin at Worship Rally Central
at 6 p.m. and ends at 8:30 p.m.
The Family Night presentation
of the Boomerang Express: The
Musical will be June 12.


Altha community Worship

service Sunday, May 31
Everyone is invited to the Al- be preaching.
tha Community Praise and Wor- Each family is asked to bring
ship Service this Sunday, May a snack food to enjoy after the
31 at the Altha Church of God service.
beginning at 6 p.m. (CT). The Altha Church of God
Pastor Jim McIntosh of the building is located at 26000 NE
Altha First Baptist Church will Fuqua Drive in Altha.

Mossy Pond host 'Movies

under the stars' May 30


Remember going to the
drive-in movie? The cool sum-
mer nights? Well, Mossy Pond
Volunteer Fire Department is
introducing "Movies under the
stars." Join Mossy Pond Volun-
teer Firefighters in recreating the
fun of outdoor movie watching
on Saturday, May 30 at 8 p.m.
The movie will be shown at the
fire house.
There is no charge, just come
on down and bring your chairs,
pillows and blankets. This is a
fundraiser, so please leave your
snacks and drinks at home. Re-


freshments will be available for
purchase at a reasonable price.


5th Sunday sing
Blountstown First Assembly
will have a 5th Sunday sing
May 31. The featured sing-
ers will be the Vessels of Clay.
The sing will be held during the
morning service, beginning at
approximately 11 (CT).
Everyone is invited to attend;
the church is located at the cor-
ner of Hwy. 20 and 13th street
in Blountstown.


Kick-off for the Boomerang
Express will be held Saturday,
June 6 from 10 a.m.-12 noon at
the church. Pre-register and re-
ceive a Boomerang Express gift.
Younger children will enjoy
playing on the Moonwalk and
older children will like jousting
one another. VBS snacks and
drink will be provided.
Participate in the VBS musi-
cal, Boomerang Express! The
musical contains a drama and
music presentation. Practice
has begun and is held each
Wednesday and Sunday nights
at 6:00 p.m. at the church under
the direction of Mrs. Joni Read.
For more information, contact
Ms. Read at 643-8123.
For transportation to VBS,
call the church at 643-2351 by
1 p.m. Leave your name, ad-
dress and telephone number.
In this one-week adventure,
you will hear Bible stories in
the Outback, participate in
cool crafts at Crafts Crossing,
motivating music in the Op-
era House, learn about mis-
sion work at Missions Harbor
and play games at Recreation
Rock.
Boomerang Express: It All
Comes Back to Jesus will be an
event to remember! Come join
us! For more information con-
tact the church office at 643-
2351.

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places in line before a group of happy onlookers as they presented a program
themed, "Play, Learn and Grow Together." ABOVE: A young graduate
approaches his seat as proud family members look on. RIGHT: Manny
Rudd receives his diploma from Liberty County School Superintendent
Sue Summers. BELOW LEFT: The class lines up and listens to a teacher
before entering the gym. BELOW RIGHT: Jason Rudd rocks out with a
little air guitar demonstration to loosen up before the ceremony. TOP AND
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'Jump Rope-a-Thon'


raises total of $1,34495


dents that participated in this
great event. It goes to show that Overall, the 4th grade collected
all TOLAR has heart! a total of $555.75.
Students (pictured above) Baylee Scott raised $50.
raising the most were: The 5th grade collected a total
Clarissa Gordon raised of $110.
$130. Overall 3rd grade collect- Kaitlin Lynn raised $68.48,
ed a total of $539.72. and the 6th grade collected a
Levi Brannan raised $111. total of $139.48.

High School says thank you to CW
Roberts for help with athletic fields
On behalf of Liberty County High School, Bulldog Boosters, and
Grant Grantham, we would like to thank CW Roberts Contracting
Company for donating their time, equipment, and materials to build
a sand pit for the athletic programs at LCHS. This will help the
athletes at LCHS improve their speed training program. As always,
CW Roberts Contracting Company has demonstrated their commit-
ment to the community and to the schools of Liberty County.
We would also like to thank Andy Bailey and Don Stanley for
making this possible for the students of LCHS.
Liberty Pre-K screenings June 10


On Wednesday, June 10 the
Liberty County School Board
will sponsor Pre-K Screenings
for the Early Childhood Pro-
gram that includes VPK, Head-
start and PreK-D.
Any child age 3-4 years old
will be screened. All screening
appointments will be located
at the Liberty Early Childhood
Center. A parent or legal guard-


ian must provide permission for
the child to participate.
Parents are also requested
to bring proof of income for 6
weeks, proof of residency in
Liberty County, the child's birth
certificate and social security
card.
Screenings are by appoint-
ment only and may be scheduled
by calling 643-2275 ext. 242.


Hosford 7th grade hosts Summer Bash
Hosford School's 7th grade class will be hosting a "Summer
Bash" dance to raise money for next year's class trip. The cost is $5
and will be May 29 at the Hosford School gym from 7-11 p.m. All
students grades 3-9 are invited to join in this fun dance. Wear your
beach clothes and purchase a lei or straw hat to accessorize your
outfit. Photos will be taken for $5.
There will a concession stand with pizza and drinks.
Please call Sheila Gowan at 379-8162 for more information.


Open enrollment

for school choice
Parents of students requesting
Open Enrollment/School Choice
should come by the School of
their choice or the Liberty Coun-
ty School Superintendent's of-
fice and complete the necessary
form by June 2.
The form is also available
www.lcsbonline.org.
If you do not complete the
necessary form by the deadline,
you will not be allowed to attend
out-of-zone for the 2009-2010
school year.

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lege students in Dr. Virginia
Baker's Biology for Majors
(BSC 2010) lab are engaged in
the insertion of foreign DNA
plasmidss) into bacterial hosts.
The technique is the same one
used medically to produce hu-
man insulin in a test tube to be
used in the treatment of diabe-
tes.
Dr. Baker said, "Students this
term have been unanimously
successful in one of the most
highly-acclaimed techniques
used in molecular biology. They
deserve recognition for the suc-
cessful, practical application of
a difficult genetic concept and
for the tenacity to successfully
engage in the strategies of DNA
molecular engineering."
The concepts will be expand-
ed using the tools of bioinfor-


HOBY Awards
On May 16, BHS sophomores Eric Jones
and Karis Smith (pictured at right) repre-
sented Blountstown High School at the Hugh O t
O'Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar
in Tallahassee. Each year, over 70 sopho-
mores from Pensacola to Jacksonville gather
there to learn to be outstanding leaders in their
schools and communities. This year, Eric
Jones was chosen to represent North Florida
HOBY at the international HOBY, the World
Leadership Congress. In July Eric will travel
to Washington, D.C. where he will tour the
sites and attend the HOBY conference.
In addition, BHS also represented North
Florida last year for the international HOBY
Laura Stoltzfus was selected in 2008 and she
also took a trip to Washington, D.C. This
year, Laura attended the 2009 HOBY Leader-
ship Seminar in Tallahassee as a HOBY state and WLA alumni and volunteer.
BHS has been the North Florida HOBY representative for two years in a row! Congratulations to
these students!

Davis at W. T. Neal Civic Center discussing scholarships
Pete Davis will be available p.m. and Tuesday June 2 from current graduating seniors that
at the W. T. Neal Civic Center 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to discuss the have not already applied for this
on Monday, June 1 from 1:30-5 W. T. Neal Scholarships. Any award may attend.
The Blountstown High School Advisory Current college recipients
Advisory ; ... ;_ .....-T ,I)n . must attend one of these days


Council will meet on Tuesday, June 2 at 3
.
C 10UnCI p.m. in the Blountstown High Media Center.
Everyone is invited.


Altha Accelerated


Matthew McCalvin (pictured above) led the
entire school in Accelerated Reader points
earned with an astounding 970 points! This
is a school record! No one has ever earned
this many AR points before.


and should bring their spring se-
mester college grades.


Reader recognition
Students from Altha in grades 6-12 who placed
1st, 2nd, or 3rd in the Accelerated Reader program
were recently rewarded certificates of recognition as
well as a pizza lunch. Those students earning recog-
nition are:
6th grade: 1st place-Summer Farris, 2nd place-
Suade Perez, 3rd place-Jenny Moore;
7th grade: 1st place-Allie Stripling, 2nd place-
Nathan Bevan, 3rd place-Brina Yand;
8th grade: 1st place-Matthew McCalvin, 2nd
place-Kelsey Rehberg, 3rd place-Camilla Taylor;
9th grade: 1st place-Katelynn Ballard, 2nd place-
Ciara Reagan, 3rd place-Summer Hand and Mon-
tana Shanks;
10th grade: 1st place-Nicole Schamans, 2nd
place-Katelynn Williams, 3rd place-Kevin Alday;
11th grade: Summer Attaway, 2nd place-Cessna
Folsom, 3rd place-Kayla Hires;
12th grade: 1st place- Brittany Stephens, 2nd
place-April Tucker, 3rd place-Shayla Reagan.


Alton Rogers of Vernon adjusts a burner in a Chipola science
lab. Chipola College students in Dr. Virginia Baker's Biology
for Majors (BSC 2010) lab are engaged in the insertion of for-
eign DNA plasmidss) into bacterial hosts. The technique is the
same one used medically to produce human insulin in a test
tube to be used in the treatment of diabetes.
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Liberty County seniors Shardae Stephens (above) and Justin Bailey (below) were
presented with replica checks of their scholarships, each for more than $53,000, just
before Friday night's graduation ceremony held in the gym. NIKI BARBER PHOTOS
L E1.. F E I I II I Ill LI B UI Z ET .


"I sure do hope you have a big garden."

Those were the words
spoken by graduating
senior Joseph Brinkley to
Liberty County High School
Principal Harriet Brady as
she presented him with
his diploma Friday night.
At the same time, Joseph
gave her his part of the
"senior gift" a handful of
seeds, which she received
from each graduate. The
senior gift is a tradition at
LCHS in which each class
member gives a portion
of something that creates
one big gift in this case, a
garden. In previous years,
graduates have given their
principal keys, pennies
and even puzzle pieces.
Joseph's presentation
was particularly significant
since he's been a lifelong
4-H member. His 4-H
experiences showing
livestock also led him to
win the $10,000 Stoney
Edwards Scholarship.
He submitted a 500-word essay about the livestock industry in North Florida and was
interviewed by a five-member panel before being named the scholarship winner. He
began showing sheep when he was only five years old and in the years since then, has
shown 10 steers, four heifers and one hog. SHARON AUSTIN PHOTO


Chipola offering variety of

summer programs for kids


MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege will offer programs for chil-
dren of all ages this summer.
Chipola Baseball Coach Jeff
Johnson will offer several camps.
A Baseball Skills Camp for ages
7-12 will meet June 15-18. Cost
is $75. A Pitching Camp for ages
8-18 will meet June 22-23. Cost
is $100. A Hitting Camp for
ages 8-18 will meet June 24-
25. Cost is $100. All baseball
camps meet from 9 a.m. to noon.
Call 718-2237.
Chipola Softball Coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer five
Softball camps. Tear 'Em Up
Tuesday Hitting Camps for all
ages will meet June 5, 9, 23 and
30, from 6 to 7 p.m. Cost is
$20 per date. A Fielding, Hit-
ting, and Hustling Camp for all
ages will meet June 15-16, from
9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $50 and
includes insurance. For infor-
mation, contact Coach Hendrix


at 718-2358.
Swimming lessons will be of-
fered for ages four and up. Les-
sons are based on a combination
of nationally-recognized meth-
ods. The following sessions are
scheduled: Session 1: June 1-11;
Session 2: June 15-25; Session 3:
July 13-23; and Session 4: Aug.
3-13. Classes are available at 9
a.m., 10 a.m. or 7 p.m. Sessions
are Monday through Thursday
for two weeks of 45-minute les-
sons. Cost is $45 and pre-regis-
tration is required, with a $5 late
registration fee. An Adult Swim-
ming class will try and sched-
ule with request of 5 or more
students. Infant and Preschool
Swimming lessons for children
3 and under will meet July 27-
29 with classes available at 10
a.m. and 7 p.m. Cost is $30. For
information, call pool manager
Rance Massengill at 718-2473.


The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunter
safety course in Calhoun County.
The course will be at Camp
Aries, 17668 N.E. Flatwoods
Road in Altha. Instruction will
be from 6 to 9 p.m. May 29 and
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 30.
The range portion of the class is
on May 31.
Children under 16 must be
accompanied by an adult at all
times. Students should bring a
pencil and paper with them to
take notes.


The hunter safety course is
required before anyone born on
or after June 1, 1975, can pur-
chase a Florida hunting license.
The FWC course satisfies hunter
safety training requirements for
all other states and Canadian
provinces.
People interested in attending
this course can register online
and obtain information about fu-
ture hunter safety classes in the
Hunter Safety area of MyFWC.
com or by calling the FWC's re-
gional office in Panama City at
850-265-3676.


Babysitting basics class to

be offered June 3 by 4-H
Will you or your child be keeping younger children this summer?
If so, you may be interested in signing up for the Liberty/Calhoun
County 4-H Babysitter's Course, June 3.
The purpose of the course is to provide youth with the knowledge
and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children
and infants. This training is designed to help youth 12 to 18 years
old develop leadership skills, learn how to begin a babysitting busi-
ness, to keep themselves and others safe, help children behave, and
learn basic first aid.
The cost is $15 and participants will receive a Babysitter's Train-
ing Handbook and a CD with additional support information. Please
call 643-2229 for further information. Registration deadline is Fri-
day, May 29.
4-H is open to all, youth, ages 5-18, regardless of gender, race,
color, nationality, ethnicity, creed, or disability. Persons with dis-
abilities should notify the office at least 10 working days prior to the
event so that proper consideration can be give to the request.

Chipola College auto program

recognized as a top 20 school


MARIANNA-The Chipola
College Automotive Technology
program was named one of the
Top 20 Schools in the country
by Tomorrow's Technician and
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Com-
pany. More than 130 programs
from 60 technical schools and
colleges entered this year's com-
petition.


In recognition of the honor,
the Chipola program received
seven 3/8 inch cordless impact
wrenches, t-shirts and a shop
banner from Chicago Pneumatic.
Chipola's Automotive Tech-
nology Program is certified by
the National Automotive Tech-
nician Education Foundation
(NATEF) program.


FWC plans hunter safety

course in Altha May 29-31




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Class of 2009
It was their final chance to sing the alma mater as
a class. The Liberty County High School Class of
2009 gave speeches, collected diplomas, shed a
few tears and posed for photos as they ended their
high school careers with graduation ceremonies
Friday night in Bristol. ABOVE: The class gathers
for a group photo before entering the gym. LEFT:
Class Valedictorian Crystal Arrant addresses
the crowd. ABOVE RIGHT: Class President
John Summers takes the podium. RIGHT:
Tereza Simmons looks out at the audience
in the bleachers.


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HOLT, SARAH J.
C/O COMPREHENSIVE ENERGY
29162 NE SR 20
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC. 13-1S-5W 1.21 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SAID LAND
DE- SCRIBED IN O.R.BK 38
P 365 TH N 38 DEG 02 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

9 R0033600 $223.67
034-1S-5W-00181-010
3.00 AC OB0160P0297
HUTTO, JOHNNY &
BETTY HUTTO
4770 PRESTON JOHNSON RD
TALLAHASSEE, FL 3
SEC 34-1S-5W :



( 'L LAL SEE TAXROLL)

10 R0046700 $161.97
033-2S-5W-00253-000
1.40 AC
FAIRCLOTH, NORMA NELL
WHITEHEAD


LIBERTY COUNTY

DELINQUENT REAL PROPERTY TAX

FOR THE YEAR 2008

Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day of May at 11:00 a.m. EST at Veterans
Memorial Park Civic Center, Bristol, Florida, Tax Sale Certificates will be sold.

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

Marie G. Goodman, C.F.C. Tax Collector, Liberty County, Florida


P.O. BOX 312
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 33-2S-5W 1.40 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 33 TH E
4261.5 FT TH N 01 DEG 38
MIN W1750.5 FT TH S42
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

11 R0060000 HX $387.63
002-1 N-6W-00310-000
7.96 AC OB0099P0302
KARTUNE, PATRICIA K.
300 ABE CHESTER ROAD
QUINCY, FL 32351-8013
SEC. 2-1 N-6W 7.96 AC COM
NW COR OF SEC 2 TH E
1369' THS 18 DEG 33 MIN
W 1015'TH W 1065'TH N TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

12 R0062600 HX $342.09
006-1 N-6W-00324-000
3.68 AC
EDWARDS, W.C. EST
C/O MARTHA EDWARDS
11331 NW ST RD 12







13 R0062800 $533.99
006-1N-6W-00326-000
1.00 AC OB0072P0603
WEBB, JOE
17544 NE JANE ST
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC. 6-1N-6W 1 AC BEG AT
SW COR SEC 6, TH E 502.9
FT OR TO W BDY LINE OF SR
#12 TH NE'LYALONG SAID
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

14 R0062900 $268.43
006-1 N-6W-00327-000
2.50 AC OB0164P0130
GUERRERO, ODILON RESENDIZ

SARA V. RESENDIZ
11629 NWE JANESR 12
BRISTOL, FL 323214
SEC. 6-1 N-6W 2.5 AC COM
ATSW COR OF SEC 6 TH NE 502.9

230 FT TO POB. TH N ALONG
W BDY LINE OF SEC 6, 200
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

15 R0071300 HX $101.17
012-1S-6W-00380-005
7.69 AC OB0084P0093
SMITH, NICK FORDHAM

P.O. BOX 218
15648 NE SR 65
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 12-1S-6W 7.69 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SE 1 /4 OF

SEC12 TH N 89 DEG 22 MIN
E 583 FTTO POB. TH N 00L
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

16 R0080100 HX $277.13
014-1S-6W-00423-000
1.00 AC
STAFFORD, TONY K.R
21058 NE CHESTERR 65
HOSFORD, FL 32334 9
ATSWCOR OF SE 1/4 OFAT








SEC12 R TH S 09 DEG 20
E 583 FTTO POB. TH N 00












(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

17 R0084200 $618.513
014-1S-6W-00436-012
3.90 AC
PHILLIPS, RUTH

DO NOT CHANGE ADDRESS
15795 NE SHULERST
HOSFORD, FL 32334

3.90 AC COM AT THE NW COR
OFTHE SW1 /4 OF SEC 14TH
S 00 DEG 24 MINE G
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

18 R0084400 HX $390.54
014-1S-6W-00436-021
.50 AC OB0111P0495
SUMMERLIN, PEGGYS.
P.O. BOX 376S
HOSFORD, FL 32334-0376
HOSFORD, FL 32334-0376


SEC 14-1S-6W AT



(D'L LGAL SEE TAXROLL)

19 R0088700 $142.68
015-1S-6W-00436-010
1.00 AC OB0154P0163
BARLOW, SHANNON & AUTUMM
20334 NE JOHN ST
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 15-1S-6W 0


IN E
D'L GALSEETAXROLL)

20 R0093700 $2116.23
023-1 S-6W-00501-000
.32 AC OB0090P0568
BLACKBURN, BOBBY & ROBIN
P.O. BOX 70
HOSFOR 4 F2,


5p .68

21 R0094100 $81.59
023-1 S-6W-00506-000
.16AC OB0112P0292
SMITH, NICK
P.O. BOX 218
21354 NE ROBERTS ST.
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 23-1S-6W LOT LOT 12,
BLK 13 TOWN OF
HOSFORDO.R. BK. 78, P.
274 O.R. BK. 112, PG. 292

22 R0094200 $512.19
023-1 S-6W-00507-000
.32 AC OB0112P0293
SMITH, NICK
P.O. BOX 218
15731 NE FERRELL ST.
HOSFORD,, FL 32334
SEC 23 1S 6W LOTS LOTS 8
AND 9, BLOCK 13, TOWN OF
HOSFORD O.R. BK. 77, P.
384 O.R. BK. 89, P 280
O.R. BK. 112, PG. 293

23 R0100800 $80.99
023-1 S-6W-00572-001
.32AC OB0151P0612
MAYO, MATT
15806 NE ND



HOOR ER OR 151, 612

24 R0101200 HX $398.70
023-1 S-6W-00576-000
1.18 AC OB0173P0458
EVERETT, SHIRLEY LOUISE
P.O. BOX 237
HOSFORD FL
T m FO LOT

RDED
I RB 29/214DC OR
(A D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

25 R0105600 $33.44
023-1 S-6W-00607-001
.07 AC OB0159P0178
SALAS, JUAN CARLOS
21257 NE JUDGE PAGE RD
HOSFORD, FL 32334
23-1S-6W LOT COM AT SE
COR OF BLK 24 TOWN OF
HOSFORD & RUN S 400' TH W
239'FOR POB TH S 167' M/L
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

26 R0106400 HX $372.27
023-1 S-6W-00613-000
.65 AC OB0177P0332
RUDD, SHAWN & KATHY
16002 NE SHULER ST
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC. 23-1S-6W .65 AC COM
AT SE COR OF BLK 24, TOWN
OF HOSFORD AND RUN S
ALONG W SIDE OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

27 R0107800 $1419.42
023-1 S-6W-00631-000
.73 AC OB0084P0060


DEHN, DONALD P. & JANICE
1512 QUAIL POINT DRIVE
KEMPNER, TX 76539-3647
SEC. 23-1 S-6W .74 AC COM
AT SW COR BLK 23, HOSFORD
TH S ON E LINE OF SR #67,
2139FT OR TO S SIDE OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

28 R0108200 $35.33
023-1S-6W-00636-000
.04 AC OB0125P0621
CARTER, JAMES TOMMY
315 SW IRIS CT
LAKE CITY, FL 32024
SEC. 23-1 S-6W LOT COM AT
SE COR OF BLK 24, TOWN OF
HOSFORD AND RUN S 500 FT
THS 9 DEG W 250 FT ALONG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

29 R0110600 $351.50
023-1S-6W-00648-003
.51 AC OB0119P0101
SMITH, NICK F.
P.O. BOX 218
21042 NE TALQUIN CIRCLE
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC 23 1S 6 W .51 AC COM
AT THE SW COR OF SEC 23
RUN N .01 DEG 42 MIN E
576.3'ALG SEC LI TH S 74
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

30 R0113300 $254.82
024-1S-6W-00497-001
.16 AC OB0129P0516
SMITH, NICK
P.O. BOX 218
15657 NE MOORE ST.
HOSFORD, FL 32334
TOWN OF HOSFORD LOT LOT
8 BLK 12 O.R. BK. 18, P.
519 O.R. BK 128, PAGE 578
OR 129/516

31 R0120500 $851.37
026-1S-6W-00704-013
.81 AC OB0173P0424
MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS
AS TRUSTEE ON BEHALF OF T
HOLDERS OF THE HOME EQUIT
3815 SOUTH WEST TEMPLE
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
SEC 26-1S-6W .81 ACRE COM
SW COR SEC 26 TH E
3896.31 FT TH N 2173.35 FT
TO NE ROW OF ST RD #67-A
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

32 R0120600 HX $201.29
026-1S-6W-00704-014
1.00 AC OB0101P0409
RICHARDS, DANNY EARL
P.O. BOX 34
TELOGIA, FL 32360
SEC 26-1S-6W 1 AC COM SW
COR SEC 26 TH E 3896.31TH
N 2173.35' TO NE ROW OF
ST RD 67-A TH S 52 DEG 23
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


33 R0124400 HX $155.66
026-1S-6W-00713-000
5.00 AC
ARNOLD, MICHAEL P. & PATR
20511 NE BURLINGTA.
HOSFORIE


07

34 R0129700 HX $303.73
026-1S-6W-00747-000
4.71 AC OB0135P0595
JOINER, WALTER R & JEANNE
AS JOINT TENANTS
P.O. BOX 267
HOSFORD FL 139



3 50'T NELYR/WOFSR
(A D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

35 R0131400 HX $323.61
027-1S-6W-00760-000
.53 AC OB0104P0484
BEARD, ALVIN J. & CHRISTI
19037 NE SR 65
HOSFORD, FLL
SEC. 27- V 1


27 E 4FT TO THE
(D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


LIBERTY COUNTY


INQ UENT2008

REA PROERT TAX





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36 R0134900 $135.97
027-1 S-6W-00768-021
1.00 AC
BURKE, EARL & DELOIS
21136 NE BURLINGTON RD.
HOSFORD, FL 32334
SEC. 27-1S-6W 1 AC COM AT
SE COR OF SEC 27 TH S 89
DEG 23 MIN 04 SEC W
1295.56'TO W R/W OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

37 R0137600 HX $409.83
027-1 S-6W-00781-000
1.16 AC OB0156P0519
EARNEST, DANNY E. & LORI
20443 NE KEVER ROAD
TELOGIA, FL 32360
SEC. 27-1S-6W 1.16 AC COM
AT NE COR OF NW 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SEC 27 TH S 00 DEG
1401 SECW200FTTHN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

38 R0139100 HX $624.56
030-1 S-6W-00786-001
46.51 AC OB0114P0314
VILLARREAL, DIANA T AND
ALEENNE C. ABBEY
18536 NW OLD BURNT BRIDGE
TELOGIA, FL 32360
SEC 30-1S-6W 46.519 AC
23.94 AC AS PER OR 38/751
O.R. BK. 114, PG. 314
ALSO: 22.57 AC COM AT SE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

39 R0140600 $79.13
030-1S-6W-00786-019
14.61 AC OB0138P0204
VILLARREAL, DIANA
18536 NW OLD BURNT BRIDGE
TELOGIA, FL 32360
SEC 030-1S-6W 14.619 AC
COM @ SW CORSE 1/4 OF
SEC 30 TH S 89DEG 36MIN
17SEC E ALG SLINE OF SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

40 R0143700 $113.76
034-1 S-6W-00799-003
.67 AC OB0162P0218
GOWAN, MICHELLE
6453 NEEDLES TRAIL
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32309
SEC 34-1 S-6W ALL BLOCK A,
LESS & EXCEPT 1 & 2, OF
THE TOWN OF TELOGIA PER
O.R. BK. 111, PG. 291 OR
BK 162/218

41 R0144800 $1717.26
034-1 S-6W-00809-000
5.68 AC OB0141P0521
AT&T WIRELESS SERVICES OF
P.O. BOX 2088
RANCHO CORDOVA, CA
95741-2088
SEC 34-1S-6W LOTS LOTS 1
& 2 AND THAT PART OF LOT
3 LYING W'LY OF ARNOLD
KELLY RD BLK I AND LOT 1
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

42 R0151800 $705.11
035-1 S-6W-00856-000
1.95 AC OB0138P0509
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL
PARTNERSHIP
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC. 35-1S-6W 1.954 AC
FROM SE COR SEC 35 RUN N
01 DEG 30 MINE 194.04'
TO POB TH N 01 DEG 30 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

43 R0152300 $408.74
035-1 S-6W-00856-005
.67 AC OB0158P0042
MISTILIEN, KENOL
5899 W BIMINI CIRCLE
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
33407
SEC 35-1 S-6W .67 AC LOT 3
SUMMERWIND S/D OR 158/42

44 R0152400 $374.04
035-1 S-6W-00856-006
1.02 AC
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL P
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1 S-6W 1.02 AC LOT
4 SUMMERWIND S/D

45 R0152500 $374.04
035-1 S-6W-00856-007
.50 AC
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL P
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1S-6W .5053 AC LOT
#5 SUMMERWIND S/D

46 R0152600 $374.04
035-1 S-6W-00856-008
.50 AC
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL P
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315


I continued fro m- p a ge19


SEC 35-1S-6W .5007 AC LOT
# 6 SUMMERWIND S/D

47 R0152700 $356.70
035-1S-6W-00856-009
.51 AC OB0157P0143
CROSEBOURNE, CHARLINE
17910 NE 6TH CT NORTH
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FL
33162
SEC 35-1S-6W .5113 AC LOT
#7 SUMMERWIND S/D OR
157/143

48 R0152800 $374.04
035-1 S-6W-00856-010
.50 AC OB0160P0097
FISHER, GAD
16240 SW 36TH ST
MIRAMAR, FL 33027
SEC 35-1S-6W .5007 AC LOT
#8 SUMMERWIND S/D O.R. BK
160/97

49 R0153100 $339.33
035-1S-6W-00856-013
.55 AC OB0172P0045
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL P
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1S-6W .5531 AC LOT
# 11 SUMMERWIND S/D OR
157/319 OR 172/45

50 R0153300 $339.33
035-1S-6W-00856-015
.62 AC OB0178P0669
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL
PARTNERSHIP
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1S-6W .6187 AC LOT
#13, SUMMERWIND S/D OR
157/123 OR 178/669

51 R0153400 $339.33
035-1S-6W-00856-016
.64 AC OB0178P0670
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL
PARTNERSHIP
P.O. BOX 3761
TALAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1S-6W .6381 AC LOT
# 14, SUMMERWIND S/D OR
157/153 OR 178/670

52 R0153600 $374.04
035-1S-6W-00856-018
1.15 AC OB0174P0001
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL P
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1S-6W 1.15 AC LOT
# 16, SUMMERWIND S/D OR
157/334 OR 174/1

53 R0153900 $408.74
035-1S-6W-00856-021
.55 AC OB0176P0623
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL P
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1S-6W .55 AC LOT#
19, SUMMERWIND S/D OR
158/37 OR 176/623

54 R0154100 $374.04
035-1S-6W-00856-023
.98 AC
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL P
P.O. BOX 3761
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1S-6W .98 AC LOT#
21, SUMMERWIND S/D

55 R0154200 $408.74
035-1S-6W-00856-024
.79 AC OB0176P0610
TALQUIN SPRINGS GENERAL P
P.O. BOX 3761
TALAHASSEE, FL 32315
SEC 35-1S-6W .79 AC LOT#
22, SUMMERWIND S/D OR
157/507 OR 176/610

56 R0160000 HX $510.98
032-2N-6W-00296-000
65.86 AC OB0170P0357
GOETHE, DAVID & LINDA
1000 WHITTLE LANE
QUINCY, FL
3 A

SEGMENT
S1022 EASEMENT
DD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

57 R0160700 $55.93
033-2N-6W-00299-000
1.50 AC
KENNEDY, CHESTER
6245 MEREDITH ROAD


BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 33-2N-6W 1.5 AC COM
AT THE NE COR OF SE1/4 OF
SE1/4 SEC 33, RUN W 87
YDS S 86 YDS E 87 YDS N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

58 R0166600 HX $211.18
003-2S-6W-00889-002
1.00 AC OB0130P0551
MAYFIELD, LORETTA A.
JOHN RUSSELL DART, JR.
21518 NE SR 65
TELOGIA, FL 32360-0066
SEC. 3-2S-6W 1 ACRE COM
SE COR OF SEC 3 TH S
89DEG40 MIN W ALG S BDRY
OF SEC 3 2299.46 FT TO W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

59 R0176700 $108.94
031-3S-6W-00906-015
1.00 AC OB0158P0256
PRANGER, STEVE M. &AMYS
P.O. BOX 701
ALTOONA, FL 32702
SEC 31-3S-6W 1 AC COM AT
SW COR OF LANDS DESC IN
O.R. BK 158/225 FOR POB.
TH S ALONG THE E'LY R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

60 R0177100 $63.87
031-3S-6W-00906-019
.45 AC OB0168P0317
VIDRINE, DOUGLAS R & CHRI
P.O. BOX 1030
ALTOONA, FL 32702
SEC 31-3S-6W .45 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 31 TH S
89 DEG 57 MIN 51 SEC E
659.74 FT TO POB. TH S 00
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

61 R0188600 $181.23
006-1 N-7W-01132-000
4.00 AC
BLACK, EDDIE
C/O EDITH THOMAS
2284 W 13TH ST
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32209
SEC. 6-1 N-7W 4 ACRES IN
SW COR OF NE1/4 OF NE1/4
DEED BK. 33, P. 429

62 R0189300 $35.10
006-1 N-7W-01136-003
.14AC OB0113P0572
MANUFACTURERS & TRADERS T
STEWARTSHIP SUND
5400 WEST PLANO PRKY
STE 200
PLANO, TX 75093
SEC 6-1 N-7W .14 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SW 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SEC 6, TH N 825 FT
TH W 420 FT TH N 75 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

63 R0189500 HX $631.88
006-1 N-7W-01136-005
.10AC OB0119PO510
TAYLOR, TWYLA
P.O. BOX 872
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 6-1N-7W .10 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SW 1/4 OF SEC6
TH N 272 YDS TH W 420 YDS
THN 75 FT TH W 75 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

64 R0198300 HX $1003.90
030-1 N-7W-01177-000
10.82 AC OB0095P0137
TUTTON, HELEN, MELISSA HO
& TONNA HOWARD
18220 NW SR 12
BRISTOL, FL
S 00

9119SEC
40 F H N 00 DEG 06
(AD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

65 R0202500 HX $589.23
031-1 N-7W-01205-001
.78 AC OB0091P0170
REED, JIMMIE
P.O. BOX 763
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 31-1 N-7W .78 AC COM
AT THE SE COR OF THE
NW1/4 OF SEC 31 RUN N 00
DEG 24 MIN W 1799.66' TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

66 R0204300 $236.48
031-1 N-7W-01221-000
.50 AC OB0166P0286
YON, JACQUELINE L.
P.O. BOX 423297
KISSIMMEE, FL 32742


SEC. 31-1N-7W .5A OM
AT SE C OaEDED
T RUN S
7 YDS
(A LGASEE TAXROLL)

67 R0205700 $288.47
031-1 N-7W-01235-000
.50 AC
WILLIAMS, HENRY JAMES
2301 26TH STREET SOUTH
ST. PETERSBURG, FL 33712
SEC. 31-1N-7W .51 ACCOM
AT SW COR OF NE 1/4 OF
SEC31 TH N 840 FT E 347.5
FT TO W SIDE OF SR N ON
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

68 R0206000 $451.18
031-1 N-7W-01238-000
.45 AC OB0128P0677
BRUNSON, BILLY C JR,FREDD
IRVIN, CECIL A., DEBBIE B
ROBERTS & VELDINA B. DAWS
93 REDWOOD LANE
SWAN LAKE, NY 12783
SEC. 31-1 N-7W .45 AC COM.
NW COR SOLOMON LAND IN
SW1/4 OF NE1/4 GO E 35
YDS N 58 YDS W 350 YDS S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

69 R0206600 $168.91
031-1 N-7W-01239-004
1.84 AC OB0179P0552
THOMPSON, DONALD E.
2465 POPLAR SPRINGS RD
MARIANNA, FL -3244
SEC 031-1 N-7W 1.84AC COM
@ SE COR OF W 1/2 OF
SE1/40F SE 1/4 OF NE 1/4
SEC 31 TH N OODEG 04MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

70 R0209700 HX $125.04
031-1 N-7W-01260-001
.35 AC OB0139P0002
MCCARDLE, EARNEST D.
P.O. BOX 197
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W LOT COM AT
SE COR OF NE1/4 OF SW1/4,
RUN N 560' OR TO N BDY OF
ST TH E 350' FOR POB TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

71 R0216200 $258.37
031-1 N-7W-01313-000
6.00 AC
EUBANKS, TEDDY
P.O. BOX 567
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W 6 AC COM AT
NE COR OF LOT 1 TOWN
OFBRISTOL, TH E 95 FT N
51 DEG 58 MIN E 538 FT N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

72 R0216300 $77.26
031-1 N-7W-01314-000
.39 AC
EUBANKS, TEDDY
P.O. BOX 567
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W .4 AC COM
AT NE COR OF LOT 1, TOWN
OF BRISTOL TH E 95 FT TH
N 51 DEG 58 MIN E 538 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

73 R0216600 $107.49
031-1 N-7W-01317-000
.05 AC
EUBANKS, TEDDY
P.O. BOX 567
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W LOT COM AT
NE COR OF LOT 1 TOWN
OFBRISTOL TH E 95 FT N 51
DEG 58MIN E 1165.76 FT N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

74 R0216800 $105.04
031-1 N-7W-01319-000
2.53 AC
EUBANKS, T.E.
P.O. BOX 567
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W 2.53 AC COM
AT NE COR OF LOT 1, TOWN
OF BRISTOL TH S 89 DEG 28
MIN 20 SEC W 270 FT TH N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


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75 R0216900 HX $558.38
031-1N-7W-01321-000
.25AC OB0158PO409
STARR, SUZANNE M.
P.O. BOX 482
BRISTOL, FL3
SEC. 31CO T


EGME538 FT TH
D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

76 R0217500 $216.69
031-1N-7W-01327-000
2.50 AC
EUBANKS, IDA VOLEE
P.O. BOX 174
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W 2.50 AC COM
AT NW COR OF LOT 1, TOWN
OF BRISTOL TH N 350 FT TH
W 250 FT S 350 FT E 250
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

77 R0217600 $46.22
031-1N-7W-01328-000
.17 AC
EUBANKS, TE.
P.O. BOX 567
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W LOT COM AT
NE COR LOT 1, TOWN OF
BRISTOL TH W 270 FT TH N
210 FT TO POB. TH E 36 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

78 R0224200 HX $598.34
031-1N-7W-01395-000
.17 AC OB0169PO301
STRONG, THOMAS CHARLES AN
CATHERINE M. STRONG
10532 NW MAIN ST
BRISTOL, FL
S E

E RUN
50 E7FT S. 150
D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

79 R0224500 $361.50
031-1N-7W-01398-000
1.03 AC
EUBANKS, TEDDY
P.O. BOX 567
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 31-1 N-7W LOT COM AT
A PT 300 FT E OF NE COROF
LOT 9 TOWN OF BRISTOL TH
E 150 FT TH S 300 FT TH W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


80 R0243700 HX $271.99
033-1 N-7W-01532-001
5.03AC OB0143PO310
SCHONVELD, KARS J.
12732 NW SR 20
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 33-1 N-7W 5.03 AC COM
AT ACON MON MARKING SW
COR OF SEC 33 TH N OOD
28M 10S E ALG THE WLY BDY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

81 R0244600 $757.75
033-1 N-7W-01533-004
.79 AC OB0099P0048
WHITED, JOY J.
PMB 222
4495 ROOSEVELT BLVD STE 3
JACKSONVILLE, FL
32210-3381
SEC 33 1N 7W .86 AC COM
NW COR SEC 33 TH S 89 DEG
18 MIN 06 SEC E ALG N
B'DRY 2204.71 FT TO POB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

82 R0244900 HX $1207.47
033-1 N-7W-01533-007
.68 AC OB0143PO655
MANGO, JACQUELYN
12368 NW GOBBLER CT
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC33-1 N-7W .68AC M/L COM
AT CON MON AT NW COR TH S
89DEG 18MIN 06SEC W ALG N
BDY 149.68' TH S OODEG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

83 R0250400 $180.90
033-1 N-7W-01540-002
1.00 AC OB0118PO390
REDDICK, THOMAS DARIN
18719 NE HAYES SUBDIVISION
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC. 33-1 N-7W 1 AC ONE
ACRE MORE OR LESS IN NW
COR OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4 SEC
33 S TO JOE CHASON RD & S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

84 RO252500 HX $55.15
033-1 N-7W-01540-027
2.43 AC OB0107P0001
WESTON, KENNETH W SR & BA
12018 NW TURKEY EEK RD.
BRISTOL

A H 1/4
O E H N 01 DEG 14


NOTIC OF AX-.CERT.IFIAESL


MIN 00 SEC W 1745.68' TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

85 R0255500 $43.38
036-1N-7W-01551-122
10.77 AC OB0171P0216
THOMAS, VERNON
6002 S 20TH AVE.
TAMPA, FL 33619
SEC 36- &7W AC T
NG

CO, FL &
( D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

86 R0257100 $1187.66
002-1S-7W-01551-002
14.20 AC OB0149P0198
SPRUILL, ANTHONY L. & TAM
P.O. BOX 1319
CARRABELLE, FL
SEC 2-1 -W 1 C


OFA
( ,'L L GAL SEE TAXROLL)

87 R0267200 HX $1109.96
004-1S-7W-01603-001
3.00 AC OB0166P0O661
SHIVER, JAMES W. & AMANDA
P.O. BOX 819









004-1 S-7W-01603-004
1.00 AC
ARMSTRONG, LESLIE RAY&A
12523 NW OWENS LOOP
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 4-1S-7W ACLOT#24
MITCHELL LARKINS
UNRECORDED PLAT PER
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

89 R026875000 $353.14
004-1S-7W-01603-009
3.59 AC OB0133P0528
WHITE, EDWARD AND
KATHERINE WHITE
P.O. BOX 278
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 4-1S-7W- 3.59 AC COM
AT CON MON MARKING NW COR
OF SEC 4 TH N 89DEG 51MIN
37SEC E ALG NLY BDY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

90 R0268300 $1097.03
004-1S-7W-01603-012
4.62 AC OB0153PO288
BOX, RANDY E.
60 STARLING TRCE
CRAWFORDVILLE, FL 32327
SEC 33-1 N-7W & SEC
4-1S-7W 4.63 AC COM AT SW
COR OF SEC 33 AND THN 89
DEG 51 MIN 37 SEC E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

91 R0268500 $170.44
004-1S-7W-01603-014
.93 AC
SUMMERALL, GEORGE & BETTY
4045 LOURY DRIVE
ZEPHYRHILLS, FL
33543-4911
SEC 4-1S-7W.93 AC LOT 31
OF MITCHELL LARKINS
UNRECORDED LAT AA(SEE
FILE)

92 R0275600 $231.00
006-1S-7W-0160482-001
.33 AC OB0173P0444
BENHAMZA, RAJA & AL CHIKH
12696 NW SHULER LANE
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 6-1S-7W .33 AC COM
AT NW COR OF NE1/4 OF SEC
6TH E 1128.6'THS 18 DEG
43 MIN E 154.4'TH SOO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

93 R0293975600 $589.52
007-1S-7W-01754-006
1.19AC OB0178PO170
CARNLEY, JUDITH A.
19174 NW 22ND STREET
BLOUNTSTOWNL, FL 32321
SEC 7-1 .33 AC COM


4FJ E'LY R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
(D'L LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


94 R0294400 $117.10
007-1 S-7W-01754-013
.80 AC OB0072P0676
PEDDLE, IRMA NELL LINDSEY
11046 NW MICHAUX RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 7-1S-7W.80 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 7, TH N
88 DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04' TO E'LY R/W OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

95 R0294600 $37.59
007-1 S-7W-01754-016
.11 AC OB0074P0329
PEDDLE, IRMA NELL LINDSEY
11046 NW MICHAUX RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 7-1S-7W .12 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FT TO E'LY R/W OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

96 R0294800 $133.50
007-1 S-7W-01754-018
.69 AC OB0079P0282
PEDDLE, IRMA NELL LINDSEY
11046 NW MICHAUX RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 7-1S-7W .69 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SEC 7 TH N
88DEG 14 MIN 30 SEC E
89.04 FT TO THE E'LY R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

97 R0303800 $1757.63
007-1 S-7W-01793-000
5.00 AC OB0138PO575
OWENS, PHILLIP JEFFREY
19411 PANAMA CITY BEACH P
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL
32413
SEC. 7-1 S-7W 5 AC COM SW
COR SEC 7 RUN N 586 2/3
YDS FOR POB RUN N 70 YDS
E 335 YDS M/L TO W SIDE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

98 R0310100 $532.61
008-1 S-7W-01826-000
2.98 AC OB0180P0573
REDDICK, PHYLLIS O.
P.O. BOX 633
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 8-1 S-7W 2.98 AC
SW1/4 OF NE1/4, S1/2 OF
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 W OF RD
#379 OF SEC 8 LESS &
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

99 R0330400 $491.18
019-1S-7W-01930-000
.11 AC OB0098P0017
KIRN, LOUISE
P.O. BOX 958
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 19-1S-7W .5 AC S1/2
OF THE FOLLOWING; COM AT
SE COR OF NE1/4 OF NW1/4
OF SEC 19, TH W 503 1/3
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

100 R0330500 $3630.12
019-1S-7W-01931-000
ALLISON, BERTHA W.
C/O MS. NINA ALLISON
170 RIDGELAND WAY, NE
ATLANTA,, GA 30305
SEC. 19-1S-7W .42 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 19 TH N
03 DEG 15 MIN 18 SEC E
2832.22FT. TO C.L. OF CR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

101 R0331400 HX $636.47
019-1S-7W-01937-002
1.14AC OB0171P0065
HOLLAND, SHEILA DORCH
20597 NE FINLEY AVE.
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC. 19-1S-7W 1.14 AC
FROM INTERSECTION OF S
BOUNDARY OF SR 12 A WITH
W BOUNDARY OF SR 12
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

102 R0345100 $214.98
031-1S-7W-01984-001
1.50 AC OB0093PO442
HAYES, DARREL L.
C/O LOUISE HAYES
P. O. BOX 190
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 31-1S-7W 1.5 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 31 TH N
00 DEG 26 MIN 21 SEC E
966'TH S 89 DEG 35 MIN 20
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

103 R0345800 $199.06
031-1S-7W-01984-008


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

104 R0348000 $675.02
031-1S-7W-01992-012
6.00 AC OB0151PO246
CARL-LANE, INC.
3481 GARBER DRIVE
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303
SEC 31-1S-7W 8.50 AC COM
AT SE COR OF SEC TH W
1560.29' THN 3200' FOR
POB,TH E 812'S 465W 812'N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

105 R0349700 HX $121.72
032-1 S-7W-01994-000
2.00 AC
ATKINSON, ZERLENE S. AND
ELDRIDGE T.
17813 NW CR 67
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 32-1 S-7W 2 AC COM.
AT NW COR. SEC. 32, GO E
170 YDS. S 220 YDS. W 170
YDS. N 220 YDS. TO POB.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

106 R0357700 $385.20
002-2N-7W-00936-001
2.00 AC
WHITE, LAURA GREEN ESTATE
919 LINCOLN DRIVE
RT. 1 BOX 376
CHATTAHOOCHEE, FL 32324
SEC 2-2N-7W 2 AC COM AT
SW COR OF SW 1/4 OF SEC2
TH E ALONG S BDY LINE OF
SAID SEC 295 FT TH N 295
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

107 R0357900 $142.68
002-2N-7W-00937-000
2.00 AC
HARGRETT, DELIA EST.
9278 ADELPHI ROAD
HYATTSVILLE, MD 20783
SEC 2 2N 7W 2 AC W1/2 OF
W1/2 OF SW1/4 LESS 38 AC
TO OTHERS

108 R0363700 $321.79
012-2N-7W-00977-000
8.00 AC OB0171P0510
GLASS, LORI E. AND ELLEN
8893 OLD WOODVILLE RD
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32305
SEC. 12-2N-7W 8 AC ALL
THAT PART OF SE1/4 OF
NW1 /4 W OF ASPALAGA ROAD
LESS 2 ACRES TO SHIVER
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

109 R0366700 $1316.86
014-2N-7W-00997-000
37.40 AC
HARDY, BILLY
5201 MAYO STREET
HOLLYWOOD,



RES SRD. O.R. BK.
3 P 791

110 R0370400 $248.88
021-2N-7W-01027-000
5.00 AC
MCGLOCKTON, ALEX
1316 HERNANDO DRIVE
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32304
SEC. 21-2N-7W 5 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SW1 /4 OF NW1 /4
OF SEC 21 TH N 1155' TO
POB TH E 1320'TH N 165'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

111 R0383100 $68.07
028-2N-7W-01087-001
26.97 AC OB0174P0582
MCGLOCKTON, LARRYD.
8556 HEATHER RUN DRIVE NO
JACKSONVILLE, FL
32256-9258
SEC 28-2N-7W 26.97 AC COM
AT NW COR OF NW1 /4 OF SEC
28 TH N 89 DEG 58 MIN 19
SEC E 555.15TH S 01 DEG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


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112 R0396300 $55.93
028-3S-7W-02087-006
1.00 AC
BAKER, GREG
P.O. BOX 265
AVA, MO 65608
SEC. 28-3S-7W 1 AC COM
ATNW COR OF W1/2 OF SE1/4
OF SEC28 RUN S 630' FOR
POBTH E 210' S 210' W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

113 R0404300 HX $540.33
019-5S-7W-02118-000
1.00 AC OB0091P0276
FANT, JOANN HILL
40542 SW THOMAS J. HILL R
BRISTOL, FL 322ll
SEC 19- W 1T



( D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

114 R0405800 $1372.72
019-5S-7W-02132-000
.34 AC OB0172P0007
FANT, JO ANN
40542 SW THOMAS J. HILL R
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 19-57 W



( D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

115 R0406100 HX $592.60
019-5S-7W-02135-000
.34 AC OB0112P0491
LOGAN, SHAWN
26898 NW CR 333
BRISTOL, FL 32321-4725
SEC 19-5S-7W LOTS LOTS
6,7,8 BLK #48 TOWN OF
SUMATRAO.R. BK. 76, P.
122 O.R. BK. 112, PG. 491

116 R0407000 $471.64
019-5S-7W-02144-000
.22 AC OB0085P0032
PHILLIPS, RON SR & JEAN C
P.O. BOX 974
LYNN HAVEN, FL 32444
SEC 19-5S-7W LOT 5 & 12
BLK 37, TOWN OF SUMATRA
O.R. BK. 85, P. 032 O.R.
BK. 85, P. 085

117 R0408200 HX $1853.64
019-5S-7W-02149-007
2.34 AC OB0152P0577
ODOM, CHARLES AND ALICIA
40018 SW FR 181
SUMATRA, FL 32334
SEC 19-5S-7W 2.34 AC COM
@ U.S. GOV CON MON
MARKINGNE COR OF SEC 19
TH S OODEG 54MIN 18SEC W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

118 R0408600 $499.35
019-5S-7W-02149-011
1.00 AC OB0141P0274
POLORONIS, TIM AND
DEBBIE POLORONIS
227 AVE. F
APALACHICOLA, FL
SEC 19-5SW 1W @
I,
TC

(A 'LL ALSEETAXROLL)

119 R0408700 $565.49
019-5S-7W-02149-012
1.14AC OB0142P0236
POLORONIS, TIMOTHY, DEBRA
TONY& LAURA POLORONIS
227 AVE. F
APALACHICOLAII-II
SEC 19-5 W C
CMNW

2 1l1C 1.50' TH S
(A 'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

120 R0409200 $170.65
019-5S-7W-02149-017
6.00 AC OB0158P0202
MOSES, MARK WAYNE & DEBOR
590 BLUFF ROAD
APALACHICOLA. Fjgp
SEC 19- T 0N

0- W N SEC
ID- AL YING ON
( D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

121 R0409600 $4253.11
019-5S-7W-02149-118
16.64 AC OB0166P0644
B & L PARTNERSHIP, LLC.C.
P.O. BOX 1874
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32302
SEC 19-5S-7W 16.64 AC PER
OR 153/61 EASEMENT OR
153/61

122 R0409700 $76.11
019-5S-7W-02149-119
19.02 AC OB0151P0213
LOGAN, SHAWN


I o ntinuedfro m pa ge20 II


26898 NW CR 333
BRISTOL, FL 32321-4725
SEC 19-5S-7W 19.02 AC PER
OR 151/213 LESS 1 AC TO
CAIN AS PER OR 157/390

123 R0409900 HX $1440.65
019-5S-7W-02149-121
1.00 AC OB0157P0390
CAIN, WALTER K & AMANDA L
40245 SW FOREST ROAD 181
SUMATRA, FL 32335
SEC 19-5S-7W 1.00 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 19 TH
RUNALONG SAID E'LY BDY
LINE S 00 DEG 54 MIN 18
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

124 R0410900 $325.84
019-5S-7W-02156-000
.71 AC OB0166P0224
ODOM, KAILA
11046 NW MICHAUX ROAD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 19-5S-7W ALL BLK 61 W
OFRR LESS LOTS 1,2,3,4,5
BLK 72 W OF RR LOTS 1,2
BLK 35 EXCEPTING COM AT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

125 R0411100 $109.65
019-5S-7W-02198-001
.35 AC
LINDSEY, IRMA NELL
11046 NW MICHAUX RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 19-5S-7W .35 AC COM
AT NW COR OF LOT 1, BLK
60TOWN OF SUMATRA AND RUN
W 40 FT TH S 390 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

126 R0411700 $78.95
019-5S-7W-02198-019
.11 AC OB0176P0459
CREWS, ROBERT L.,
CAROL S. CREWS AND MELISS
CREWS-FAASSE
P.O. BOX 1348
LABELLE, FL 33975
SEC 19-5S-7W .11 ACOR
86/203 OR 176/457 NEW
LEGAL: COM @ NW COR LOT
1, BLK 60 TOWN OF SUMATRA
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

127 R0414200 $971.73
030-5S-7W-02171-000
2.00 AC OB0154P0475
VONIER, H. JEFF & BARBARA
IVY LYNN BROWN
179 LONG LEAF DRIVE
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 30-5S-7W 2 AC COM.
WHERE COUNTY LINE CROSSES
E LINE OF RR, GO E 80 YDS
N 185 YDS W80 YDS S 185
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

128 R0415400 $7800.65
030-5S-7W-02180-000
48.00 AC OB0151P0144
BLACK CREEK LANDING, LLC
207 W PARK AVENUE, SUITE
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301
SEC. 30-5S-7W 48 AC THAT
PART OF THE NW1/4 LYING W
OF THE CHANNEL OF BLACK
CREEK. O.R. BK. 11, P.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

129 R0415500 $874.20
030-5S-7W-02180-001
5.01 AC OB0151P0140
BLACK CREEK LANDING, LLC
207 W PARK AVENUE SUITE B
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301
SEC 30-5S-7W 5.01 AC COM
AT NW COR OF SEC 30 TH S
01 DEG 28 MIN 50 SEC W
1276.94FT TH N 89 DEG 56
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

130 R0415800 $442.67
030-5S-7W-02180-004
.88 AC OB0170P0203
SAPP, JIMMY C. AND
SHIRLEY SAPP
P.O. BOX 564
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 030-5S-7W .88 AC COM
@ NW COR SEC 30 TH S
OODEG04MIN 13SEC W
2624.92' TO PT MARKING SW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

131 R0415900 $343.48
030-5S-7W-02180-005
.67 AC OB0179P0327
SAPP, JIMMY AND
SHIRLEY SAPP
P.O. BOX 564


EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 30-5S-7W .67 AC COM @
NW COR SEC 30 TH S OODEG
04MIN 13SEC W 2433.36' TO
POB FROM POB S OODEG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

132 R0416700 $745.00
030-5S-7W-02181-007
1.52 AC OB0154P0475
VONIER, H. JEFF & BARBARA
IVY LYNN BROWN
179 NW LONGLEAF DRIVE
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 30-5S-7W 1.52 AC COM
@ U.S. GOV. MON MARKING
NE COR SEC 30 TH S OODEG
47MIN49SEC W 2599.71' TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

133 R0416800 HX $196.89
030-5S-7W-02181-008
1.00 AC OB0159P0221
VARNES, DONALD LYNN AND
VARNES, BRUCE E
P.O. BOX 266
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
SEC 30-5S-7W 1 AC BEGIN @
U.S. GOV. CON MON MARKING
NW COR OF SEC 30 TH N
OODEG 54MIN 18SEC E 3.88'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

134 R0417100 $504.07
030-5S-7W-02181-011
1.01 AC OB0159P0071
CRUM, JAMIE D. & EMILY N.
P.O. BOX 684
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 030-5S-7W 1.01 AC
BEGIN @ ROD AND CAP
MARKING NWCOR OF BLK 34
TOWN OF SUMATRA SAID PT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

135 R0417200 $995.33
030-5S-7W-02181-012
2.05 AC OB0146P0131
BUTLER, TIMOTHY D. AND
JAMIE D. CRUM
P.O. BOX 195
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 30-5S-7W 2.05 AC COM
@ 6X6 US GOV. CON MON
MARKING NE COR OF SEC 30
TH ALG ELY BDY LINE OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

136 R0417700 $499.35
030-5S-7W-02181-017
1.00 AC OB0146P0591
TOPHAM, DUANE A & AMANDA
3190 SPRINGHILL ROAD
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32305
SEC 30-5S-7W 1AC COM @ NE
COR OF SEC 30 N
OODEG52MIN 51SEC TO PT
LYING ON SLYROW OF ST RD
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

137 R0417900 $499.35
030-5S-7W-02181-019
1.00 AC OB0152P0298
BRANNAN, THOMAS LAWRENCE
IDA RENEE BRANNAN
831 BLACK ROCK RD
LEITCHFIELD, KY 42754
SEC 30-5S-7W 1AC COM @
CAP MARKING SW COR BLK 34
OF TOWN OF HOSFORD TO PT
LYING ELY ROW IF 5TH ST
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

138 R0418400 $1036.66
030-5S-7W-02181-024
2.85 AC OB0155P0612
BANKS, RICKY L. AND
BRANDY N. BANKS
P.O. BOX 263
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 30-5S-7W 2.85 AC COM
@ SW COR OF BLK "34" OF
THE TOWN OF SUMATRA SAID
PT LYING NLY ROW OF 8TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

139 R0418600 $1554.82
030-5S-7W-02181-026
1.00 AC OB0162P0145
WILSON, CAROL
21 PINE DR.
APALACHICOLA, FL 32320
SEC 30-5S-7W 1 AC COM AT
SW COR OF BLK 34 OF
THETOWN OF SUMATRA LYING
IN SEC 19 SAID PT ALSO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

140 R0419500 $505.03
030-5S-7W-02181-120
1.01 AC OB0157P0080
GLASSER, LEE W.


448 BEACH BIKE WAY
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL
32413
LOT 14;COMM AT A ROD &
CAP MARKING THE SW COR OF
BLK 34 OF THE TWN OF
SUMATRA LYING INSEC 30
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

141 R0419600 $504.07
030-5S-7W-02181-121
1.01 AC OB0159P0069
CRUM, JAMIE D & EMILY NIX
P.O. BOX 684
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 30-5S-7W 1.01 AC COM
AT SW COR OF BLK 34 TOWN
OF SUMATRA SAID PT ALSO
LYING ON THE N'LY R/W OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

142 R0419700 $522.98
030-5S-7W-02181-122
1.05 AC OB0158P0638
SHETROM, RICHARD D. AND
AMY L. SHETROM
379 STUMPTOWN RD
OSCEOLA MILLS, PA 16666
SEC 030-5S-7W 1.05AC COM
@ SW COR BLK "34" TOE OF
SUMATRA IN SEC 30 TH S
05DEG 08MIN 10SEC E 80'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

143 R0420100 $219.80
030-5S-7W-02183-000
.22 AC OB0110P0692
MCNEIL, CHRISTA DAWN
P.O. BOX 145
CARYVILLE, FL 32427
SEC. 30-5S/7W LOTS 9,10,
BLK. 12, TOWN OF SUMATRA
O.R. BK. 49, P. 602-604
O.R. BK. 110, PG. 692

144 R0420500 $171.61
030-5S-7W-02184-001
.22 AC OB0130P0649
MATHEWS, STEPHEN CHASE
7001 MESSER ROAD
PANAMA CITY, FL 32404
SEC 30-5S-7W LOTS 11 &
12BLOCK 13, TOWN OF
SUMATRA OR 130/649

145 R0420600 $1490.69
030-5S-7W-02185-000
.66 AC OB0152P0606
ARMENTROUT, DAVID STANLEY
46765 HWY 65
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 30-5S-7W LOTS LOTS
5,6,7 & 8 BLK. 13, TOWN
OF SUMATRA. O.R. BK. 84,
P. 077 & 82-86 O.R. BK.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

146 R0421500 $171.61
030-5S-7W-02192-001
.17 AC OB0134P0136
SCOGGINS, JOHNNY JR. & RO
35 CHINOOK TRAIL
CRAWFORDVILLE, FL
32327-2852
SEC 30-5S-7W .17 AC COM
NW COR OF LOT 16, BLK 24
TOWN OF SUMATRA TH W 40
FT ACROSS 7TH AVE. FOR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

147 R0421800 $160.37
030-5S-7W-02196-000
.11 AC OB0163P0443
THOMPSON, JAMES L., III
10509 SW 9TH ST.
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 30-7W LO 8


LL 4APMAN
(A L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

148 R0427600 $507.88
036-1 N-8W-02226-012
3.62 AC OB0115P0625
KOYLE, STEVE &
VILMA M. KOYLE
12319 NW CENTRAL AVENUE
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 36-1 N-8W 3.62 AC COM
AT SE COR OF SEC 36 TH N
84 DEG 36 MIN 54 SEC E
159.43'TH N 01 DEG 38 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


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149 R0430200 HX $258.59
036-1 N-8W-02251-001
.85 AC OB0120P0621
JOHNSON, SID AND EILEEN
12675 N.W. JOHNSON RD.
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 36-1 N-8W .85 AC COM
AT SE COR OF SEC 36 & RUN
W 2079' N 261.89' TO N
R/W OF SR #20 TH N 200' N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

150 R0430900 $462.28
001-1S-8W-02257-000
1.24 AC
EUBANKS, IDA VOLEE
P.O. BOX 174
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 1-1S-8W 1.24 AC COM
NE COR SEC 1 GO W 140 YDS
FOR POB TH GO S 70 YDS W
70 YDS N 70 YDS E 70 YDS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

151 R0431300 $4034.00
001-1S-8W-02261-003
9.11 AC OB0141P0535
AT&T WIRELESS SERVICES OF
P.O. BOX 2088
RANCHO CORDOVA, CA
95741-2088
SEC 1-1S-8W 3.94 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 1 TH
ALONG N LINE OF SAID SEC
1 N 89 DEG 06 MIN 19 SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

152 R0437500 HX $254.60
012-1S-8W-02302-000
.32 AC OB0112P0466
HELMS, GREGORY L.
10220 NW 3RD ST
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 12-1S-8W LOT LOT 11,
BLK. E, NEAL SUBDIVISION
O.R. BK. 62, P. 336 O.R.
BK. 109, PG. 511 O.R. BK.
112, PG. 466

153 R0454800 $75.21
025-1 S-8W-02394-015
.50 AC OB0097P0546
MCHENRY, ANN RENEE
C/O ANN R. CARRIGG
P.O. BOX 35517
PANAMA CITY, FL
32412-5517
SEC 25-1S-8W .50 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 25 TH S
00 DEG 47 MIN E 3414'TH W
840'TH S 00 DEG 47 MIN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

154 R0455100 $75.21
025-1 S-8W-02394-019
.50 AC OB0143P0200
MID OHIO SECURITIES CORP
FBO MARGARET HOCH, IRA
16458 SE PEAR ST
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC. 25-1S-8W .50 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 25 TH S
00 DEG 47 MINE 3414'TH W
840'TH N 00 DEG 47 MIN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

155 R0461700 $73.66
001-2S-8W-02423-011
.43 AC OB0097P0181
JOHNSON, HINTON
5657 NW CR 274
ALTHA,, FL 32421
SEC 1-2S-8W .44 AC. COM
AT NECOR SEC 1 TH S 89
DEG 42 MIN W ALONG N LINE
OF SEC 1505.55' TO THE W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

156 R0462100 $702.17
001-2S-8W-02423-015
.44 AC
WEBB, JOE
17544 NE JANE ST
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC 1-2S-8W .44 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SEC 1 TH N
89DEG 41 MIN 30 SEC W
909.80 FT TH S 16 DEG 38
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

157 R0462400 $51.11
001-2S-8W-02423-021
.50 AC
WEBB, JOE
17544 NE JANE ST
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC. 1-2S-8W .44 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 1 TH N
89 DEG 41 MIN 30 SEC W
909.80'TH S 16 DEG 38 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

158 R0462700 $846.99
001-2S-8W-02424-000
.66 AC OB0120P0464
JOHNSON, HINTON
5657 NW CR 274
ALTHA, FL 32421
SEC 1-2S-8W .435 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 1 TH S
89 DEG 42 MIN W
1505.55'TO W SIDE OF SR


NOTIC OF AX CETIFCATESAL


(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

159 R0462900 $114.51
001-2S-8W-02424-002
.25 AC OB0121P0012
PARKER, GLENWOOD
18895 NW CR 12
BRISTOL, FL 3232
SEC. 1- 8W5C
0 E1 S
U9GUN
1505.55
D'LD GAL SEE TAXROLL)

160 R0463400 HX $317.78
001-2S-8W-02424-007
.25 AC OB0148P0631
MARTINEZ, ANNABELLE J.
18895 NW CR 12 LOT C
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 1-2S-8W .25 AC COM AT
NE COR OF SEC 1 TH S 89
DEG 42 MIN W 1505.55 FT
TO THE W SIDE OF FLORIDA
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

161 R0463700 $363.08
001-2S-8W-02424-010
.86 AC OB0155P0083
GONZALEZ, KATHY
18895 NW CR 12 LOTO 0
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 1-2S-8W .870 AC COM
AT NE COR OF SEC 1 TH S
89DEG 42 MIN W ALONG N
LINE OF SAID SEC 1505.55
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

162 R0467000 $181.05
011-2S-8W-02451-001
1.29 AC
HOLLEY, LYDIA R., ELLEN P
TAMMIE R. ODOM, ELLERA L.
RICHARDSON, II, & OTHERS
6417 LAZY ACRE ROAD
PANAMA CITY, FL 32413
SEC. 11-2S-8W 1.5 AC BEG
AT THE MOST SOUTHERLY COR
OF LOT 19 OF ESTIFFANULGA
LAKESIDE EST TH N 32 DEG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

163 R0467200 $261.26
011-2S-8W-02451-003
1.52 AC
HOLLEY, LYDIA R., ELLEN P
TAMMIE R. ODOM, ELLERA L.
RICHARDSON, II & OTHERS
6417 LAZY ACRE ROAD
PANAMA CITY, FL 32413
SEC. 11-2S-8W 1.5 AC COM
AT NE COR OF LOT 19
ESTIF- FANULGA LAKESIDE
EST & RUN S 50 DEG 45 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

164 R0470900 $606.31
015-2S-8W-02468-019
.96 AC OB0145P0366
GOETHE, DAVID & LINDA
1000 WHITTLE LA
QUINCY, 321

S ULGA
N 564
43 IN W 321' ALG N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

165 R0471100 $350.05
015-2S-8W-02468-021
1.20 AC OB0144P0562
PITTS, RONALD D. AND JOAN
3159 E C-48
CENTERHILL, FL 33514
SEC. 15-2S-8W 1.1 AC COM
AT SW COR OF ESTIFFANULGA
LAKESIDE EST TH S 64 DEG
43 MIN W 1800.21'ALG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

166 R0473000 $190.87
015-2S-8W-02468-044
1.00 AC OB0159P0296
CROSS, CALVIN
P.O. BOX 607
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 15-2S-8W 1.00 AC COM
AT SW COR OF ESTIFFANULGA
LAKESIDE EST TH S 64 DEG
43 MIN W ALONG NW'LY R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

167 R0475500 $107.30
015-2S-8W-02468-076
.49 AC OB0139P0189
DUNCAN, II LEYONDIS AND D
4829 HIGHWAY 90 EAST
MARIANNA, FL 32446
SEC 15-2S-8W .49 AC COM
AT SW COR OF ESTIFFANULGA
LAKESIDE EST PLAT BK 1,
PG. 24, TH S 64 DEG 43


(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

168 R0476100 $864.08
015-2S-8W-02470-001
1.00 AC OB0176P0162
CLARK, BLANCHE MICHELLE
1036 TELOGIA RD
QUINCY, FL 32351
SEC 15-2S-8W 1 AC -COM AT
THESW COR OF SEC 15 TH S
89 DEG 36 MIN 30 SEC E
1057' TH N 00 DEG 23 MIN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

169 R0479300 HX $562.22
015-2S-8W-02494-003
.46 AC OB0157P0251
SIMPSON, VERNON W. &
SIMPSON, AIMEE C.
7383 NW FLINT RD
BRISTO FL

L; B I D .

9 O. BK. 82, P. 708
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

170 R0480000 HX $352.31
015-2S-8W-02496-000
1.06 AC OB0143P0284
MORAN, BOBBY LEE &
JENNIFER ANN YOUNG
7291 NW FLINT RD
BRISTO 8


36
.B 101, P. 474 LOT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

171 R0481100 $415.99
015-2S-8W-02502-000
7.85 AC
HARVELL, JOHN WESLEY
360 S OAK ROAD
CHATTAHOOCHEE, FL
32324
SE

R
FT SJIMARKER, THENCE
(A L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

172 R0481400 HX $133.48
015-2S-8W-02503-005
.19 AC OB0108P0206
KEITH, GEORGIA ANN
21036 NW LANDING ROAD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 15 2S 8W LOT LOT 1
BLK A ESTIFFANULGA S/D
O.R. BK. 84, P. 185 OR BK
108, PG. 206 AGREEMENT
FOR DEED

173 R0482100 $1405.52
015-2S-8W-02510-000
6.50 AC OB0152P0158
LESTER, JAMES E. SR TRUST
BRADLEY BOZEMAN
P.O. BOX 72
WEWAHITCHKA, FL 32465
SEC 15 2S 8W 6.5 AC COM
AT SW COR OF SEC 15 TH N
00 DEG 19 MIN 08 SEC E
1003.66' TO THE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

174 R0482700 $598.67
016-2S-8W-02511-003
1.09 AC OB0165P0050
COOK, DONNIE & MARSHA
7173 NW JOE RED SHULER RD
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC 16-2S-8W 1.09 AC COM
AT A CONCRETE MARKER THE
SW COR OF NE1/4 OF SE1/4
OF SEC 16 TH N 18 DEG 53
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

175 R0483100 $279.38
016-2S-8W-02511-008
1.19AC OB0152P0158
LESTER, JAMES E. SR. TRUS
BRADLEY BOZEMAN
P.O. BOX 72
WEWAHITCHKA, FL 32465
SEC 16 2S 8W 1.19 AC COM
AT THE SW COR OF NE1/4 OF
SE1/4 OF SEC 16 TH N 00
DEG 17 MIN 20 SEC E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

176 R0486500 $148.84
028-2S-8W-02534-001
80.00 AC OB0156P0067
GOETHE, DAVID & LINDA
1000 WHITTL


FSE
OF 1/OF SEC 28


TH W ALF S LINE OF SEC 28
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

177 R0486900 $51.62
028-2S-8W-02538-000
9.53 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
MOODY AL 35
SEC. 28- W


7.5 FOPOB
(A L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

178 R0487000 $297.60
028-2S-8W-02539-000
1.54AC OB0174P0086
CLARK, BLANCHE MICHELLE
1036 TELOGIA CREEK RD
QUINCY, FL 32351
SEC. 28-8 5 C M
0 E

NWCOR
DLL GAL SEE TAXROLL)

179 R0488300 $104.12
028-2S-8W-02547-000
1.00 AC
KENNER, CHARITY EST
C/O DOCIE JONES
802 EAST 17TH STREET
LYNN HAVEN, FL 32444
SEC. 28-2S-8W 1 AC COM AT
NW COR OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4
SEC 28 THE N 5 CHS W 5
CHS OR TO JUST W OF PUB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

180 R0489900 $310.95
033-2S-8W-02555-000
1.51 AC OB0164P0483
GRANT, WILLIE T. AND
ANGELA BROWN
JOINT TENANTS WITH SURVIVE
11875 SE CR 69
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
SEC. 33-2S-8W 1.51 AC COM
NE COR OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4
OF SEC 33 RUN W 165 YDS
FOR POB TH RUN W 70 YDS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

181 R0490000 HX $39.25
033-2S-8W-02555-001
.49 AC OB0128P0366
DAUGHTREY, JERRY
24818 NW CR 333
BRISTOL, FL 32
SEC 33-2 W ACO


F /LT HE WOFSR
(A 'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

182 R0491400 $372.27
033-2S-8W-02558-011
.53 AC OB0168P0556
GOETHE, DAVID R. AND
1000 WHITTLE LANE
QUINCY, FL 3231
SEC 33- W

FOF
L33 E CTS E BDY
( D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

183 R0494700 $39.40
002-3S-8W-02575-000
4.80 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
MOODY AL 3504
SEC. 2-3 4.


S ? G F NW COR
(A L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

184 R0495200 $72.99
002-3S-8W-02577-003
17.80 AC
BOYKIN, ELEANOR L.
C/O BURT BOYKIN
3308 HIGH FIELD DRIVE
MOODY AL 35004
SEC 2-3LEA S
F 0W E EC

H 650 MIN
'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


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185 R0497400 HX $250.22
002-3S-8W-02598-000
.86 AC OB0134P0108
SHIVER, JAMES AND
BETTY SHIVER
25325 SW DEER ST.
BRISTOL, FL 32321
SEC. 2-3S-8W LOT 11 & 12
BLOCK E ORANGE S/DUNIT
#1. ALSO: LOTS 30 & 31,
BLOCK Q ORANGE S/D OR
134/108 OR 75/314
186 R0506100 $2688.62
004-3S-8W-02678-000
145.55 AC OB0148P0453
LOGAN, SHAWN
26898 NW CR 333
BRISTOL, FL 32321-4725
SEC. 4,5-3S-8W 145.55 AC
COM AT OLD FERRY ON
EQUALOXIC CREEK TH N ON
THE PUBLIC RD TOTHE HEAD
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
187 R0523900 $63.14
009-5S-8W-02793-012
1.25 AC
ARD, JEREMIAH & SHERRY
322 OLD FERRY DOCK RD
EASTPOINT, FL 32328
SEC 9-5S-8W 1.25 AC A
PARCEL OF LAND IN THE SW
1/40F THE SE 1/4 OF SEC 9
AND BEING MORE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
188 R0535600 $61.57
001-4S-9W-02876-000
.13 AC OB0136P0224
MANN, THOMAS W. AND
STEVE GRIFFIN
P.O. BOX 128
PALOM DAI.. FL -0
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1 P. OR136/224
189 R0535700 $462.68
001-4S-9W-02877-000
.11 AC OB0136P0224
MANN, THOMAS W. AND
STEVE GRIFFIN


190 P0535800 $32.69
001-4S-9W-02878-000
.04 AC OB0136P0224
MANN, THOMAS W. AND
STEVE GRIFFIN
P.O. BOX 128
PALMDALE, FL 3394 8



(''L AL SEE TAXROI
191 R0541500 $127.12
001-4S-9W-02933-000
.23 AC
SATTERWHITE, D.R.
P.O. BOX 18448
PENSACOLA, FL 32523
SEC. 1-4S-9W LOT LOT 21
BLK B ALSO 1/84 UNDIVIDE
INTEREST IN FLORIDA RIV
PARK
192 R0542000 $91.51
001-4S-9W-02938-000
.23 AC
CHECOTE, G.D.
8285 MENTZERGAP ROAD
WAYNESBORO, PA 17268
SEC. 1-4S-9W LOT 30 BLK E
ALSO 1/84 UNDIVIDED
INTEREST IN FLORIDA RIV
PARK SUBDIVISION O.R. B
7, P. 452
193 R0543400 $163.24
001-4S-9W-02948-003
.22 AC OB0172P0434
TADLOCK-WOOTEN, DONN
4708 ALAMEDA STREET
PANAMA CITY, FL 32404
SEC. 1-4S-9W LOT 10 BLK
FLORIDA RIVER PARK ALS'
1/84 UNDIVIDED INTEREST
O.R. BK. 31, P. 35 OR
170/3 DC 170/2 OR 172/434


Florida's hurricane season begins
June 1, so now is the time to survey
your landscape and identify potential
hazards.
It is extremely important to check -
your trees early. Determine now if
they need to be trimmed or taken out.
Consider removing trees with
trunks that show significant decay and
threaten a home or other by There
important structure. Horticulture E
Trees that are leaning Santa Ro
significantly also
should be evaluated
for possible removal.
Remember that large trees can
impact more than just your property,
so you should consider how your trees
R. might affect neighboring properties as
well as your own.
Be sure to look forbranches that hang
over the house near the roof. Although
the branches may not be touching the
roof under normal conditions, the high
winds of violent storms or hurricanes
can cause trees to bend and branches
to flail around considerably. Since that
LL) could cause extensive damage to the
roof, such branches generally should
be removed.
It's best to have this kind of work
done by a professional a licensed
arborist who has the training and
ED tools to do it right. You may be able
ER
to do some smaller jobs yourself, but
taking out big trees or trimming larger
branches probably should be left to the
professionals.
For more information on how to
B manage your trees to make them
more wind resistant, contact your
K. local Extension Service or visit
http://treesandhurricanes.ifas.ufl.edu/
managing.html.
While those are some of the things to
JA H. do well before a storm, you also need to
take action in your lawn and landscape
C if a storm is approaching.
0
Add the following items to your
hurricane preparation plan:


*Secure loose
objects inthelandscape.
Look around your
grounds for container
plants, hanging
baskets, tools, lawn
furniture (including
porch swings), toys,
bicycles, bird feeders,
wind chimes, barbecue
grills, playhouses and
doghouses.
*Pesticides and


motor fuels should
be stored in areas that are secure and
higher than potential flood waters.
These products can be hazardous if
flood waters spread them through your
home or garage.
*If you have a vegetable garden,
harvest all vegetables that you can
before a storm hits to get them out
of harm's way. There will likely be
little left if high winds occur. Produce
covered by flood water will have to be
discarded.
*Aquatic gardens also need some
attention if a storm is approaching.
Aquatic plants in pots are often set
on bricks, cinder blocks and other
supports to boost them to the proper
level in the pond. These potted plants
should all be set on the bottom of the
pond until the hurricane passes. You
also may want to consider bringing
valuable fish, such as expensive koi,
inside in a large bucket of water dipped
from the pond to protect them.
*Fountains should be turned off and
secured, and electrical cords should be
unplugged, rolled up and secured.
*If preparing to evacuate and time
permits, be sure to water your indoor
plants before you leave.
Keep in mind you won't have time
to focus on your landscape once a
hurricane warning is announced, and
you certainly won't have time for it if
evacuations are called for, so prepare your
landscape now for the hurricane season.


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BETTY MATHIS
BLOUNTSTOWN Betty Mathis, 71, of
Blountstown, passed away Thursday, May 21,
2009 in Blountstown. She was born in Chipley
but lived most of her life in Clarksville. She was a
homemaker and was of the Baptist faith. She was
preceded in death by her husband, Olen Mathis.
Survivors include a son, Randy Mathis of
Clarksville; three daughters, Vickey Davis and
her friend, Bill Herb of Alford, Nancy King and
her husband, Jeff of Blountstown and Kathy Fite
and her husband, Mike of Ft. Walton Beach; two
sisters, Bonnie Coulliette and Barbara Pumphery
of Alford; six grandchildren, Nate and Wyatt Da-
vis, Lanissa, Kimberly, Carrie and Terry; and five
great-grandchildren.
Services were held Saturday, May 23 at Wil-
liams Memorial United Methodist Church with
Reverend Gary Stevens and Reverend John
Kramer officiating. Interment followed in Wil-
liams Memorial Cemetery in Scotts Ferry.
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.
ANNIE N. BLOUNT
BRISTOL Annie N. Blount, 64, of Bristol,
entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, May 20,
2009 at her home surrounded by her family. A na-
tive of Calhoun County, she resided in Liberty
County. She was of the Holiness faith and was
a member of Miracle Church of God in Christ in
Bristol.
A lifetime of love and precious memories will
forever remain with one daughter, Anna Everitt of
Bristol; four sons, Sammie Swain and his wife,
Cynthia of Lawton, OK, James Swain, Michael
Bailey and Aaron Everett and his wife Lutonya,
all of Bristol; three sisters, Jeanette Harris and her
husband James, Dorothy Williams and her hus-
band, Lacy and Marilyn Williams, all of Green
Cove Springs; eight brothers, Ronnie Williams
and his wife, Brenda, Donald Ray Williams and
his wife, Mary, both of Blountstown, Donnie Wil-
liams of New Haven, CT, Truman Williams of
Jacksonville, Richmond Williams, Jr., Roosevelt
Williams and his wife, Daphine and George Wil-
liams all of Green Cove Springs and Randolph
Williams of Orange Park; thirteen grandchildren
and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other rela-
tives and dear friends.
Homegoing services will be held on Thursday,
May 28 at 1:30 p.m. (CT) at the St. Mary Mis-
sionary Baptist Church in Blountstown with Pas-
tor Dr. C L. Wilson, Elder Dedric Streeter, Elder
Elijah Harris, Reverend Raymond Dudley and
Minister Warren Mosley officiating. Interment
will follow in the Hugh Creek Cemetery in Bloun-
stown. The family will receive family and friends
from 11:30 a.m. until funeral time at 1:30 p.m.
The caring staff of Peoples Funeral Home of
Marianna will be in charge of the arrangements.


We would like to thank
the friends and family for the
love and support we received
during the loss of our father,
grandfather and great grand-
father.
The prayers, food, flowers
and contributions were great-
ly appreciated.
We are fortunate to live in
counties such as Calhoun and
Liberty Counties.
The family of
Preston Nichols


DAVID ALAN HUNTER
SCOTTS FERRY David Alan Hunter, 63,
of Scotts Ferry passed away, Monday, May 18,
2009 in Scotts Ferry. He was retired Chief Mas-
ter Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, serving in the
Vietnam and Korean conflict. He was a member
of the American Legion and VFW and chief of the
Scotts Ferry Fire Department.
Survivors include his wife, Lori Hunter of
Scotts Ferry; two sons, Philip Glen Kochel and
his wife, Savannah of San Antonio, TX and Jef-
fery Hunter of Phoenix, AZ; two daughters, Linda
Hunter of Salt Lake City, UT and Semantha Jean
Hunter of Scotts Ferry; his mother, Jewell Hunter
of Manchester, OH; two brothers, Dennis Hunter
of New Mexico and Jim Hunter of California;
three sisters, Judy Zomes of Independence, KY,
Carol Edmunds of Virginia, and Barbara Lugows-
ki of Flagstaff, AZ.
A Celebration of Life service was held Mon-
day, May 25 in the Adams Funeral Home Chapel
with Reverend Bob Bellman and Reverend John
Kramer officiating. Interment will follow in Ar-
lington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C. In
lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the
American Cancer Society, 2619 Centennial Bou-
levard, Suite 101, Tallahassee, Florida 32308.
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.

Big Bend Hospice launches

easy access phone number
Big Bend Hospice CEO Carla Braveman
announced the creation of a new 800 telephone
number to make it easier to contact Big Bend
Hospice.
Now by dialing 1-800-HOSPICE you will have
immediate access to Big Bend Hospice services.
"The importance of people being able to have an
easy to remember telephone number so that they
can have questions answered or request a free
confidential home visit is critical," said Braveman.
"We are committed to making access to our hospice
care and services easy and effortless," she added.
Launched in March of 2009, the new 800
number will connect callers with a trained hospice
professional 24 hours a day when dialed from
anywhere within the eight county area served by
Big Bend Hospice.
"No\\, instead of trying to remember a phone
number or scrambling through the phone book, the
community has just one easy number to remember,
1-800-HOSPICE" said Wendy Melton, RN, the Big
Bend Hospice Team Leader in Liberty County.
If you would like to see if Big Bend Hospice
can help you or someone you care about, call
1-800-HOSPICE (1-800-467-7423) today to
schedule a free confidential visit.


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Hosford students and staff honor

retiring secretary Margie Geiger


Throughout her 30 years working at
Hosford School, first as a teacher's aide
and then as the school secretary, Margie
Geiger has been accustomed to helping
out. A big part of her job has been assist-
ing teachers, parents and students with
day-to-day matters to keep the day run-
ning smoothly. But things were a little dif-
ferent Friday, when the school threw a big
surprise party in honor of her retirement.
"I'm used to being the one doing for some-
one else," she said afterwards, noting how
much she appreciated the skits, speeches
and kind words spoken about her that day.
She was led to the stage in the audito-
rium, where she wore a paper crown made


of students' photos and hand outlines, and
sat on a white throne to hear everyone
share their special thoughts. "I do love
my faculty, my staff and my students," she
said. "You can't work in a place for 30
years and not feel that it's the best of the
best."
One thing the students will always re-
member is her special recipe on how to
deal with a difficult day: "A little hug and a
peppermint will make the bad feelings go
away," she said.
Now 65, she's ready for little more time
at home but said she has another goal: "I
hope I can go back and volunteer at the
school if anyone needs me."


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ITEMS FOR SALE


Two navy mini-blinds 34" and 34
1/2" wide from JC Penney. Very
good condition, $2 each; three pair
cream colored lined pinch-pleated
drapes, recently dry cleaned, with
draw rods and hooks, white shears,
fits 60" wide x 82" long windows, $50
for all; queen-size futon bed, metal
with wooden arms, innerspring mat-
tress with cover, very good condi-
tion, $75. Call 643-5479. 5-27, 6-3

Free to someone who needs it:
hospital bed, hospital table and adult
potty chair. Call 237-1764. 5-27, 6-3

Baby walker, $5. Call 447-4730.
5-27, 6-3

Baby crib, white, converts to day
bed, with mattress, $30; chang-
ing table, natural wood color, with
changing pad, $15. Call 674-5483.
5-27, 6-3

New swimming pool, never used, 8
ft. wide by 2 1/2 ft deep, sells for $35
asking $30; new ceiling fans, blades
are 20" long, $40. Call 674-3264.
5-27, 6-3

Rocawear diaper bag, light blue,
$5; maternity belt, brand new, never
opened, $5; baby bed mattress, $20.
Call 447-4730. 5-27, 6-3

Carpet, blue, about five rolls, $40 for
all. Call 447-4730. 5-27,6-3

Living room chair with arms, $20.
Call 674-3264. 5-27, 6-3

Chanel sunglasses, black, $50;
White Coach sunglasses, pink tint,
$50; or $75 for both. Call 643-
6080. 5-27, 6-3

King size waterbed frame, head-
board has mirror with 2 attached
lamps, base frame has 6 drawers,
asking $200. Call 674-4666 after 5
p.m. 5-27,6-3

Scrubs, good condition, small &
medium pants, tops and jackets, $4
each piece. Call 643-8815, leave
message. UFN

Used living room suite, five pieces,
sofa and chair in green Naugahyde,
lamp, table and coffee table, excel-
lent condition, $300; Bowflex system
home gym, $300. Call 379-8222.
5-20, 5-27

American Heritage pool table, 4x7
with all balls, rack and cue sticks, in
great shape, $700. Call 379-8410.
5-20, 5-27

Twelve windows, 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 and
under in size, all brand new, $20
each. Call 643-1038. 5-20, 5-27

Graco car seat and stroller, 'Win-
nie the Pooh' theme, $100 for both,
used once and in excellent condi-
tion; 6 piece crib bed set, brand new
never used, yellow with moon and
stars design. Paid $180, asking $50.
Call 379-8021. 5-20, 5-27

Wedding dress, beautiful, strapless
or spaghetti strap, size 6, has been
cleaned. Paid $1,200, asking $200.
Call 643-6099. 5-20, 5-27

Four Bama Jam Music Festival
tickets in Enterprise, AL, concert
June 4, 5 and 6, $75 each, regu-
larly $99 each. Call 643-1324 after
5 p.m.
5-20, 5-27


Bowflex Blaze with all attachments,
floor mat, weights up to 400 Ibs.
$500. Call 237-2892, leave mes-
sage. 5-20,5-27

Five 53x631/2 louver windows
with 3 screens $7 each OBO; 26
inch RCA color TV $45 OBO; 25
1/ inch bathroom sink in cabinet
including faucets $50 OBO; walker
$35; 23 inch table lamp $5 OBO;
20x26 kitchen/microwave cart $7
OBO; misc. luggage $2.50 to $5;
small gas grill, almost full tank $45;
64 sq. ft. dome tent in case, never
used $35; car bike carrying rack,
new $30; antique crib with mattress
$50; antique high chair $50. Call
850-674-2260.
5-20, 5-27

55-gallon steel drums with lids,
25, $10 each, excellent storage.
Call 592-5780. 5-20, 6-10


PROM DRESSES


Prom dress, new, never been
worn, still has tags, size 7/8, cor-
al colored, halter top style, some
beading, train. Paid $180, asking
$75. Call 643-8815 leave mes-
sage. UFN



ELECTRONICS


PS3 hand held video game, 40GB
with 3 games, $300. Call 209-
4388.
5-27, 6-3

Sony stereo, with two regular
speakers and 8" sub-woofer speak-
er, $30. Call 447-4730. 5-27, 6-3

Sony Handycam Camcorder, with
case, works great, two head cleaners,
$100. Call 237-1223, after 1 p.m.
5-20, 5-27


CARS


1971 Ford Galaxy 500, green in
color, needs a little work, $1,000.
Call 643-4639 for more information.
5-20, 5-27


TRUCKS & SUVS


2000 Ford F250, V10, 3 inch lift,
dual exhaust, gold color, approxi-
mately 164,000 miles, $8,000. Call
643-8345. 5-27, 6-3

1996 Isuzu Pickup, modified to a
low rider, runs good, in good con-
dition, needs minor work, asking
$1,000 OBO. Call 674-2658, ask for
Blake. 5-20,5-27


AUTO ACCESSORIES


Full set of tires and rims for
2007 Chevy Silverado pickup, size
P245-70R-17 mud and snow, less
than 18,000 miles on them, $200;
bed liner w/tailgate guard for 1007
Chevy extended cab, $100. Call
674-1637.


Carbon fiber hood, aftermarl
1998 to 2000 Honda Civic, $51
379-8021.


5-27, 6-3

ket, fits
0. Call
5-on g.-7


MOTORCYCLES

& ATVS


2007 Yamaha white FC450 4-whel-
er, $5,000; Honda CR150 dirt bike,
$1,500; motorcycle trailer, $400.
Call 209-4388. 5-27, 6-3


LOST & FOUND


LOST: Seiko Diver's watch with
silver band at Bristol Landing on
May 10. Call Sammy at 643-7815
if found.
5-27, 6-3

LOST: Walker female puppy, about
3 months old, white with brown
markings on head. Last seen in the
Blue Creek/CR 67A area. Please
call 509-3568. 5-27, 6-3

LOST: Large Black Lab, male w/
blue collar on May 21 between 4:30-
9:30 p.m., in the area of Calhoun/
Jackson Co. line on hwy 71. Please
call 557-7141, 334-798-9186 or 762-
5093 leave message. Reward, no
questions asked, belongs to a can-
cer patient. We were just dog sitting
until patient gets well enough to care
for his dog again. 5-27, 6-3

FOUND: set of keys at Wakulla
Bank main branch in Blountstown
about two weeks ago. Call 237-
2800. 5-27, 6-3

FOUND: Pekingese adult dog, ap-
proximately 3 1/2 years old, found
5/20 at Farmers Co-op in Blount-
stown. The dog really misses owner.
Call 639-2025. 5-27, 6-3
LOST: Red Fire bag with fire fight-
ing equipment inside. Lost May 15
between Bristol City Hall and Wilder-
ness Camp on SR 12 S, Fire Fighter
in gold lettering, large bag and very
heavy. If found, please return to
Bristol City Hall or the Sheriff's of-
fice. 5-20, 5-27


HOMES & LAND


House for sale in Bristol, 3 bd., 2
bth., over 1,600 sq.ft. on 1.25 acres,
located on a quiet dead end road,
with a 16x20 shed, $115,000. Call
643-1566. 5-27,6-3

Home on 1 acre in great Bristol lo-
cation at 14222 NW Hoecake Road.
Built in 2004, 2500 sq ft, 4br/3bth
with foyer and office, spacious floor
plan, vaulted ceilings, large deck,
separate shed/garage that matches
home. For more info., 643-2721 or
643-8640. 5-20, 5-27

20 acres, includes planted pines
and fish pond, on corner of Old
Bristol Road and Hwy 379. Please
call 643-2721 or 643-6760 for more
infO. 5-20, 5-27

House for sale, reduced, 3 bd/2 bth,
1,800 sq. ft, fenced yard w/play area
for kids. Call 294-0351 or 294-1760
for price and details. 5-20, 5-27

2003 Pioneer mobile home, must
be moved, 16 x 80, 3 bdr., 2 bath,
new porch, central heat & air, new
side by side refrigerator, new light
fixtures & ceiling fans, new tiled
floors (kitchen, bathroom and front
door entry) also comes with a 8 x 10
shed, lots of extras. If interested,
call 447-3839. 5-20,5-27


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To place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon Eastern
Time on Saturday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks.


Lawrence


finimaL


HOSPiTaL


Jerry C. Lawrence, DVM
Emergencies:
(850) 856-5827 or (850) 856-5918
Hours:
Monday- Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
DOCTOR'S HOURS BY APPOINTMENT
WE PROVIDE: Boarding
Grooming Preventative
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* Spay/neuter program to reduce
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PLUS MANY OTHER SERVICES.
CALL US ANYTIME IF YOU HAVE
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priced.
Immediate
closing.
Call (850)
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or (850)
570-0222


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10'x 10'......$35
10'x 20' .....s70
10'x 25'.....s90
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or 762-8597
UFN




FOR RENT
In Bristol
*Mobile home lots
3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile
homes with CHA
In Blountstown
*1-room efficiency,
utilities included 2BR/bath
and a half apartment
Commercial old Mexican
restaurant Commercial -
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#STAlRSCOPE#

Week of May 24 to May 30


ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, your eyes are open and
looking for new possibilities. It
could be romance, business or
a combination of both. Either
way, you'll impress the crowds
with your charisma.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, this week is a good
time to get over some grievance
you've been holding onto for
some time. Let the wounds
heal and get on with your life.
Brooding won't help.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
Gemini, you're feeling
aggravated with a coworker
who feels he or she knows
everything. Even though you
know the truth, keep it to
yourself so you don't start an
argument.

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Sometimes there's no avoiding
the issue, Cancer. This week
you have to meet it head on so
you can get on with your life. It
may take some time, but
it will happen.

LEO Jul 23/Aug 23
Leo, your enthusiasm might
overwhelm family and friends
this week. So don't be surprised
if they don't share your level of
excitement. Just embrace it all
yourself and have fun.

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
If you are single Virgo, this is
your week for exploring new
romantic opportunities.
Attached Virgos can spend
time with their partners
strengthening the relationship.

LIBRA- Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, you feel a bad mood
coming on but you know it is
just temporary and will blow
over. Gemini helps you get over


the barrier a little quicker.

SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, you feel pretty
confident about what you
want out of life and this week
you set a plan in motion to get
those things you desire the most.

SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
There's nothing to be gained by
dancing around an important is-
sue, Sagittarius. You simply have
to go for it this week and take the
proverbial bull by the horns.

CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
You are feeling pretty good
this week, Capricorn. Then some
really good news comes your
way and you will be on Cloud
9 for some time. Others are
jealous of your fortune.

AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18
Aquarius, you must be the
disciplinarian at work or at home
this week. You really don't
relish the idea of wielding
power, though, even though
it must be done.

PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
Use your energy to round
up people for a good cause,
Pisces. Organize a march or a
clean-up committee.


FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS
MAY 24
Priscilla Presley, Actress (64)
MAY 25
Stacy London, Fashion Guru (40)
MAY 26
Stevie Nicks, Singer (61)
MAY 27
Joseph Fiennes, Actor (39)
MAY 28
John Fogerty, Singer (64)
MAY 29
Melanie Brown, Singer (34)
MAY 30
Wynonna, Singer (45)


Big lot on Chipola River, located
in Calhoun County. Call 643-1514.
U FN



CAMPERS/RVS
1994 20' Chateau camper, bumper
pull, good condition, asking $3,300.
Call 643-8815 and leave message.
UFN



PETS/SUPPLIES

Four free kittens to a good home, 7
weeks old, ready to go; one adult fe-
male cat, free to a good home. Call
643-5320. 5-27, 6-3

Free German Shepherd Belgian
Melaois mix, 4-5 months old, male,
neutered, has had shots and micro-
chip, name is Jack. Call 663-9838
or 643-8526.
5-27, 6-3

Seven free puppies, Pit Bull/Cata-
houla hound mix, 7-weeks-old to a
good home. Call 272-6299 leave
message. 5-27, 6-3

Free Bulldog puppies, 6 weeks
old, had 1st shots. Call 762-8844.
5-27, 6-3

Two beautiful white kittensw/blue
eyes, free to a good home, 9 weeks
old. Call 209-4181. 5-20, 5-27

Two young goats, part Boer,
weaned, $35. Call 643-5702 or 320-
5313. 5-20, 5-27

Three kittens, free to good homes.
Call 643-2396. 5-20, 5-27


WANTED


Looking for a small lot in the
Calhoun County area, reasonably
priced. Call 447-3839. 5-27, 6-3

Queen size mattress and large rug.
Call 674-3264.
5-27, 6-3
14 ft. or smaller flat bottom alumi-
num boat, reasonably priced. Call
693-4332. 5-20, 5-27

Toddler seat for back of ladies
bike, reasonably priced. Call 294-
6002. UFN

Ladies bike, good condition, rea-
sonably priced. Call 643-8815,
leave message. UFN
Junk cars and trucks, any con-
dition. We pay cash. Call 762-
8459 or 272-1126 cell. UFN


WATERCRAFT

& SUPPLIES

16x5 2007 C5 aluminum boat with
a 50 Hp. Tihatsu motor, has less
than two hours, garage kept. Call
447-3200 for more information.
5-27, 6-3
1987 Bayliner boat with trailer, no
motor, good condition, $300. Call
210-9116 anytime. 5-27,6-3

14 ft. Queen Craft boat with 25 hp.
motor and trailer. Call 762-8000 for
information. 5-27, 6-3

13 ft. Aluminum V-hull boat with
15 hp. Honda motor and galvanized
trailer, $1,800. Call 387-6603.


1985 35 hp. Mercury motor for
parts, $250 OBO. Call 762-8000.
5-27,6-3

Scandy White Open Pro boat and
trailer, 15', 10" long, 54" wide on bot-
tom, stick steering, Scandy White
duck blind, buggy top, $3,750. Call
478-474-5575. 5-20, 7-22


GUNS

12 gauge pump slug gun with
scope and 3 boxes of slugs, $300;
Matthews Q2 Compound Bow with
everything, even bow case, $400; or
will trade both for a 4-wheeler size
250 or bigger. Call 643-6003 or
643-2197 after 4:30 p.m. 5-20, 5-27
Ruger Red Hawk 44 Magnum,
$450; Ruger Black Hawk 357 9 mm
convertible, $450; Chinese AK47,
$550; Romanian AK47, $500. Call
209-4388. 5-27, 6-3
AK47 with 1000 rounds. Call 762-
8000 for more information. 5-27,6-3


YARD SALE

Yard sale, Saturday May 30, be-
ginning at 7 a.m. at 14727 Minnie
Lee Road in Blountstown, off 275 S,
clothes, dishes and much more.

Multi-family yard sale Saturday,
May 30 starting at 8 a.m. (rain
or shine). Located at 15313 NW
Lake Mystic Church Rd., 1st house
on left (blue & white) on dirt road
across from the cemetery. Items
include women's clothing (small to
plus size) as well as men's clothing.
Household items including dishes,
small appliances, there will be fur-
niture, shoes, knick knacks, books
and toys.


VOLUNTEER

WANTED:

Volunteer Host needed
immediately for Camel
Lake Recreation Area
on the Apalachicola Na-
tional Forest in Liberty
County. Must have own
RV. Campsite and full
hook ups provided in
exchange for 30 hours
clean up and mainte-
nance work, including
weekends. Background
check required. Contact
Cathy Briggs at 850-926-
3561 ext. 6509.
5-27-09

Submit your Job Market list-
ings to The Journal by email
at dilj iiinl I/( fiu riipoint. net
or by fax at (850) 643-3334.


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting
applications for the following position:


Food Service Worker
*Terms of Employment: 180 days
*Salary: Commensurate with Current
Salary Schedule and Experience.
*Applicant Qualifications: Previous work
experience in food services is desirable.

Apply online at http://www.calhounflschools.org/.
Applications must be completed by
Thursday, June 4, 2009.
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is
available at the Superintendent's Office.
Questions concerning this job opening may be
directed to Mrs. Diana Alday, Food Service Assistant
at the Special Programs Office or Tommy McClellan,
Superintendent.

Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status.
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product quality and store presentation for
national companies. Must have a computer,
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Tolar's softball team ranked #1;

Champions after April 7 game


-- .. ,- ; '.:... UW PWqI J'F"W ,':.;. ".7.rf!^. .i

FRONT ROW, L-R: Shanice Billington, Monte Revell, Jasper Pullam, Koree Guthrie, Caryl
Sapp, Kayla Johnson; SECOND ROW, L-R: Stormi Sellers, Savannah Owens, Odra Chap-
man, Lindsey Anders, Leslie Williams, Katelyn Bodiford Sydney Sanders, Lauren Fant, Pickle
Sikes. BACK ROW, L-R: Shann Roddenberry, Ashley Smith, Brittany Mercer.

Bristol Bulldogs win May 21


against Chattahoochee 13-3
The Bristol Bulldogs played Chatta-
hoochee on Thursday May 21 in the
AAA game winning against Chatta-
hoochee 13-3. LEFT Bryce Dillmore is
making the play count by getting down
to catch a pop up at the plate. BELOW:
Josh Owens fouling one with his power-
ful swing. BELOW LEFT Pitcher Cha-
S sen Roulhac congratulates Bryce on his
_4 inning-ending catch at the plate.


Page Pond Assembly plans VBS


School's almost out! Let's
kick off summer together at
SonRock Kid Camp VBS at
Page Pond Assembly of God
Church. The excitement begins
Sunday, May 31 at 6 p.m. and
goes through Thursday, June 4,
ending each night at 8:15 p.m..
Ages 3 through teens are wel-
come to join us as we study the
life of Peter and discover how
living for Jesus is an adventure!
Our last night will include a com-
mencement program and out-

'100 Men in

Black' June 5
Deliverance Temple COGIC
of Gretna, Inc. Men's Depart-
ment will be presenting a "100
Men in Black" Program, Friday,
June 5 at Deliverance Temple
Church of God in Christ in Gret-
na. Deliverance Temple COGIC
is located at 1156 Dewey John-
son Way.
For more information please
contact (850) 643-8531 or (850)
447-2950.


door refreshments. Page Pond is
located on Murdock Drive near
Shelton's Store.
For more information, please
call 762-8423 or 762-8406.

Yard sale set

Sat., June 6
Deliverance Temple COGIC
will be hosting a yard sale on
Saturday, June 6 beginning at 8
a.m. We encourage all to come
out and enjoy the bargains and
great food. For more informa-
tion, please call (850) 856-9732.

5th Sunday sing
The Gateway Baptist and
Williams Memorial Methodist
Church would like to invite ev-
eryone to their 5th Sunday sing
on May 31 at 6 p.m. (CT).
The church is located at 17667
Main Street in Blountstown.
For more information call 674-
5725.
Invite a friend and come join
us for a night of great singing.




MAY 27, 2009 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 29


LCHS shuts out Bozeman and Wewa

at May 19 Jamboree in Panama City

The Liberty County High School Bulldogs
gave fans a taste of what they can expect next
season after shutting out two teams in the
May 19 Jamboree at Bozeman High School in
Panama City. The Bulldogs played their host
team for the first half and won 12-0. The faced
off with the Wewahitchka Gators in the second
half and claimed another shutout, this time by
a 16-0 margin. ABOVE: Bulldog Kevin McCray
(#5) keeps his eye on the ball as it falls his way
while to opponents run in behind him. RIGHT:
Bulldog Jordan McCray moves in behind a Wewa
opponent a moment before he can get a grip on
the ball. BELOW: Bulldog quarterback Terrance
Evans (#7) outraces a Bozeman player. BELOW
RIGHT: Bulldog fullback Keith McCray raises
his helmet in victory.
DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS





Page 30 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 27, 2009


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR LIBERTY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

CASE NO.: 39-2009-CA-000027
DIVISION:

PHH MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION
Plaintiff,

vs.

RICHARD L. BOYD, et al,
Defendants)


NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:

RICHARD L. BOYD
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
9971 NW 3RD STREET
BRISTOL, FL 32321

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

ALLISON S. BOYD
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
9971 NW 3RD STREET
BRISTOL, FL 32321

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS.

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in LIBERTY
County Florida:

LOT 14, BLOCK K, NEAL SUB-
DIVISION, UNIT NO. 2, AS PER
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK A,
PAGE 2, OF THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF LIBERTY COUNTY,
FLORIDA;

TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
TAIN MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO,
ID NO. 146M5780A AND ID NO
146M5780B.

has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses within 30
days after the first publication, if
any, on Florida Default Law Group,
P.L., Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9199 Corporate Lake
Drive, Suite 300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the original with
this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint or
petition.

This notice shall be published
once a week for two consecu-


Journal. WITNESS my hand and
seal of this Court on this 4th day of
MAY, 2009.

Robert Hill
Clerk of the Court
By: Vanell Summers
As Deputy Clerk 3 2027

LIBERTY COUNTY
PROJECT # 58.109
ROAD REPAIR, IMPROVEMENT
AND PERIODIC
MAINTENANCE CONTRACT
FLORIDA RIVER ISLAND
ROADS

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS

The Liberty County Board of
County Commissioners will re-
ceive proposals from any qualified
person, company or corporation
interested in constructing the fol-
lowing project:

ROAD REPAIR, IMPROVEMENT
AND PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
CONTRACT FLORIDA RIVER
ISLAND ROADS

Request for Proposal Packages
can be obtained at Preble-Rish,
Inc., 324 Marina Drive, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-
7200.

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

Liquidated damages for failure to
complete the project on the speci-
fied date will be set at $500.00 per
day.

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

There will be a MANDATORY Pre-
Bid Meeting on Tuesday, June 2,
2009 at Preble-Rish, Inc., 10490
NW Main Street, Bristol, FL 32321
at 10:00 AM E.T

Proposals will be received un-
til 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time, on
June 9, 2009 at the Liberty County
Clerk's Office, Liberty County
Courthouse, 10818 NW S.R. 20,
Bristol, Florida 32321, and will be
evaluated by selection committee.

Cost for the proposal package will
be $ 50.00 per set and is non-
refundable. Checks should be
made payable to PREBLE-RISH,
INC.

The Board of County Commis-
sioners reserves the right to waive
informalities in any proposal, to
accept and/or reject any or all pro-
posals, and to accept the bid that
in their judgment will be in the best
interest of Liberty County.

If you have any questions, please
call Philip Jones at (850) 227-
7200. 5-27 & 6-3


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR LIBERTY COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO. 08-166-CA


TAYLOR, BEAN & WHITAKER
MORTGAGE CORP.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

TARA A. NICHOLS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF TARA A. NICHOLS;
JOSEPH NICHOLS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JOSEPH NICH-
OLS; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF RE-
MARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN-
DANT (S); UNKNOWN TENANT
#1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s)
/

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to a Final Summary Judge-
ment of Foreclosure entered in the
above-styled cause, in the Circuit
Court of Liberty County Florida,
I will sell the property situated in
Liberty County, Florida, described
as:

COMMENCE AT THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF SECTION 3
TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH. RANGE
7 WEST, LIBERTY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 660.00 FEET; THENCE
RUN EAST 210.00 FEET OR
TO THE CENTER OF CCC OR
FOREST ROAD TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE RUN
NORTH 210.00 FEET; THENCE
RUN EAST 210.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 210.00
FEET; THENCE RUN WEST
210.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, SAID PROPERTY
SITUATE, LYING AND BEING
IN SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 1
SOUTH RANGE 7 WEST, LIB-
ERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A
13146 Turkey Creek Road
Bristol, FL 32321

at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at the front
door of the Liberty County Court-
house, Bristol, Florida at 11:00
a.m., on June 23, 2009.

DATED THIS 14 DAY OF MAY,
2009.

Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens,
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.

Witness, my hand and seal of this
court on the 14 day of May, 2009.

ROBERT HILL
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT

VANELLSUMMERS
Deputy Clerk

THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED
BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328


Phone: 813-915-8660
Attorneys for the Plaintiff


In accordance with the American
with Disabilities Act of 1990, per-
sons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ASA
Coordinator no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceed-
ings. If hearing impaired, please
call (800)955-8771 (TDD) or (800)
955-8770 (voice), via Florida Re-
lay Service. 5-27 & 6-3


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 2ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 2008-CA-000137

EMC MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION
PLAINTIFF

VS.

RICHARD M. DAVIS; SHERRY
N. DAVIS; ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETH-
ER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION.
DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judge-
ment of Foreclosure dated May
14, 2009 entered in Civil Case No.
2008-CA-000137 of the Circuit
Court of the 2ND Judicial Circuit
in and for LIBERTY County, Bris-
tol, Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at THE
FRONT DOOR OF THE COURT-
HOUSE at the LIBERTY County
Courthouse located at HIGHWAY
20 in Bristol, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 16th day of June, 2009 the
following described property as
set forth in said Summary Final
Judgement, to-wit:

LAND SITUATED IN THE COUN-
TY OF LIBERTY IN THE STATE
OF FL

COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING
CONCRETE MONUMENT MARK-
ING THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4
OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 1
SOUTH, RANGE 7 WEST, LIBER-
TY COUNTY, FLORIDA, THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 38 MIN-
UTES 52 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 1,729.98 FEET
TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE,
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
58 MINUTES 31 SECONDS
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 263.88
FEET, TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT, THENCE SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 05 MINUTES 58 SEC-
ONDS EAST; A DISTANCE OF
904.52 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT, THENCE SOUTH


LEGAL NOTICES
I I


57 DEGREES 27 MINUTES 02
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 395.73 FEET, TO A POINT OF
CENTERLINE OF STATE ROAD
NO. 20 (SAID POINT BEING ON
A PROJECTION OF THE WEST-
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF THE
WHITE SPRINGS ROAD PRO-
JECTED NORTHERLY TO THE
CENTERLINE OF SAID STATE
ROAD NO. 20) THENCE SOUTH
16 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 00
SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF
THE WHITE SPRINGS ROAD, A
DISTANCE OF 316.00 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET
ON THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY OF SAID ROAD, AND CALL
THISTHE POINTOF BEGINNING,
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
16 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 00
SECONDS WEST ALONG THE
WESTERLY RIGHTOF WAY SAID
ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 150.00
FEET, TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT, THENCE NORTH 66 DE-
GREES 51 MINUTES 54 SEC-
ONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
150.00 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT, THENCE NORTH
16 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 00
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 150.00 FEET TO A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
SOUTH 66 DEGREES 51 MIN-
UTES 54 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 150.00 FEET, TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. THIS
PARCEL IS LOCATED IN THE E
1/2 OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP
1 SOUTH, RANGE 7 WEST, LIB-
ERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA.

Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens.
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.

Dated this 14th day of May, 2009.

Robert Hill,
Clerk of the Circuit Court

Vanell Summers,
Deputy Clerk

THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, P.A., ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road Suite
400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
(954)233-8000
08-93276EMC

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with disabilities
needing a special accommodation
should contact COURT ADMINIS-
TRATION, at the LIBERTY Coun-
ty Courthouse at 850-643-2215,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-
955-8770, via Florida Relay Ser-
vice. 5-27 & 6-3-09



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR LIBERTY COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO. 2009-CA-27

TAYLOR, BEAN & WHITAKER
MORTGAGE CORP.,
Plaintiff,

vs.





MAY 27, 2009 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 31


CHARLES W. PIERCY; THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF CHARLES
W. PIERCY; BARBARA LYNN
PIERCY; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF RE-
MARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS


CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; STAGE FUND-
ING ASSISTANCE CORPORA-
TION; WHETHER DISSOLVED
OR PRESENTLY EXISTING,
TOGETHER WITH ANY GRANT-
EES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES OF
SAID DEFENDANTS) AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINST DEFENDANTS) AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINST DEFENDANTSS; UN-


KNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN
TENANT #2;
Defendant(s)


NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to a Final Summary Judge-
ment of Foreclosure entered in the
above-styled cause, in the Circuit
Court of Liberty County, Florida,
I will sell the property situated in
Liberty County, Florida, described
as:


A PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND
LYING IN THE NORTHWEST 1/4
OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 1
SOUTH, RANGE 6 WEST, LIB-
ERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A ST. JOE PA-
PER COMPANY CONCRETE
MONUMENT KNOWN AS MARK-
ING THE NORTHWESTCORNER
OF EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTH-
WEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST
1/4 OF SECTION 13 AND RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 12'49'
EAST ALONG THE NORTHERN
BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTH-


WEST 1/4 A DISTANCE OF
1145.49 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT (PSM 3031) FOR
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGIN-
NING THENCE CONTINUE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 12'49"
EAST ALONG SAID NORTHERN
BOUNDARY A DISTANCE OF
208.24 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT (PSM 3031);
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
47'11" EAST 316.90 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT (PSM
3031) ON THE RIGHT-OF-WAY
BOUNDARY OF A 60.00 FOOT
ROADWAY; THENCE NORTH 77
DEGREES 47'00" WEST ALONG
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUND-
ARY A DISTANCE OF 213.72
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (PSM 3031); THENCE
NORTH 00 DEGREES 47'11"
WEST 268.82 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
To include a:
2007 Fleetwood VIN GAF-
L707A56748ER21 98184149
2007 Fleetwood VIN GAFL-
707B56748ER21 98184341
A/K/A

15871 Ne State Road 65
Hosford, FL 32334

at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at the front
door of the Liberty county Court-
house, Bristol, Florida at 11:00
a.m., on June 23, 2009.

DATED THIS 14 DAY OF MAY,
2009.

Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens,
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.

Witness, my hand and seal of this
court on the 14 day of May, 2009.

Robert Hill
Clerk of the Circuit Court

Vanell Summers
Deputy Clerk


THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED
BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Phone: 813-915-8660
Attorneys for Plaintiff

In accordance with the American
with Disabilities Act of 1990, per-
sons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ASA
Coordinator no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceedings.
If hearing impaired, please call
(800)955-8771 (TDD) or (800)955-
8770 (voice), via Florida Relay
Service.5-27 & 6-3



PUBLIC

NOTICE
The Liberty County
School Board is
proposing changes to
the following policies:
2.91 LOCAL
WELLNESS POLICY
A public hearing on
these policies will be
held on June 9, 2009
at the Liberty County
Administrative Offices,
Hwy. 12 South, Bristol,
FL 32321 at 5:05 p.m.
Copies of the policies
are available at the
Superintendent's Office.
5-20 T 6-3 3


C NW PEN!




Page 32 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 27, 2009


95 MsnRP $18 790.
Chipola Ford Discount 795-.00
Retail Customer Cash $4,000.00
Competitive Owner 1$4 0 .00"
Trade-In Cash $1 WV
NOW...1 2,995.00*


s, ,ogMsP 21,505-. 0 $7.,2 rY MSRP $37275.00
Chipola Ford Discount $1 510.00 Chipola Ford Discount $2,780.00
Retail Customer Cash $4,000.00 Retail Customer Cash $3,500.00
Competitive Owner $4 iOOO" Competitive Owner $1 0OO.00
Trade-In Cash Trade-In Cash
NOW..?.15,99500* Now..?.29,99500*


I' I 'I I I' I II I I '
super crew, 4x4, heated #9133 #9129 18" wheels, #9112 Limited, Ithr.,
seats, luxury pkg., Ithr., Snc :MR convenience pkg.,
Sync. blue in c oor- tow pkg., demo


Chipola Ford Discount -
Retail Customer Cash -
FMCC Bonus Cash -
Competitive Owner
Trade-in Cash "
NOW.. .31


TO785.oo00
$3,790.00
$3,00000
$1 000.0oo0
$1,0000
,995.00*


IM945o MSRP $29,44500
Chipola Ford Discount $1 450.00
Retail Customer Cash $3,000o00
Ford Credit Bonus Cash $1 000.00
Competitive Owner $4 OO ".00
Trade-In Cash *
NOW... 22,99500*


IL


s,, 77o MSRP $32,765.00
Chipola Ford Discount $2 270.00
Retail Customer Cash $2,500.00
Competitive Owner $1 fOO".00
Trade-In Cash *
Now... 26,99500.*


#9114


pwr. pkg.,
cruise, auto.


'-5 4 F- U MSRP
Chipola Ford Discount
Rretail Customer Cash
Ford Credit Bonus Cash
NOW...1


-17,905.00
- $910.00
- $2,000.00
- $500.00

4,495.00*


S#9119


;'109 -' MSRP
Chipola Ford Discount
Retail Customer Cash
Competitive Owner
Trade-in Cash
NOW..?1


- $20,220.00
- $1 225.00
- $3,500.00
- $500.00

4,995.00*


V6, auto.,
exterior sport pkg..
a black in color


-<^ ..MSRP 2"1--1500
Chipola Ford Discount 1 ,52000
Retail Customer Cash $3,000.00
Ford Credit Bonus Cash $50000
Competitive Owner $500.00
Trade-in Cash
Now..? 16,995.00*


"All Prices Plus 5299.50 P&H, Tax, Tag, & Title. Ford Motor Credit & Retail Cash Expires 6-1-09. Competitive Trade-in Program Expires 6-1-09. Must Own & Trade In 95 Or Newer JEEP, CHRYSLER, Or DODGE Vehicle. Pictures For Illustration Only. SEE DEALER For Full Details.

HWY. 90 MARIANNA, FL (850) 482-4043 1-866-587-3673

www.ChipolaFord.com Rick Barnes
Sales Manager




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