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Place of Publication: Bristol, Fla
Publication Date: July 8, 2009
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S2 12/29/2009
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Hosford man

critically burned

after lighting

cigarette near

oxygen tank
by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor
A Hosford man is in a medically-induced coma as
doctors treat second and third degree burns sustained
when his bed caught fire early Monday morning.
Janie Combs said she didn't know if it.was the smell of
the smoke or her husband's cnes for help from the other
end of their mobile home that awakened her around 1:30
a.m. Unable to reach him because of the heavy smoke
filling the trailer, she ran out the back door and called
911.
When rescuers broke through the locked front door,
they found 63-year-old Robert Edward Combs lymg on
the floor of the living room. He was just two or three feet
from the front door.
His wife said she didn't know how he made it that far
since her husband uses a wheelchair to get around and
spends much of his day in a partially-reclining position in
a hospital bed. "He cannot walk. but he did get out of that
bed somehow and made it to the hallway." she said.
She said the fire marshal determined that her husband
had it a cigarette while administering oxygen in his
bedroom, causing a fire at the foot of the bed. "I've seen
him do it so many times, but this one time, it backfired,"
she said of his habit of smoking in his bedroom while
using an oxygen tank.
She said the fire burned her husband's legs, back and
stomach. The footboard of his motorized bed melted.
While he did not have facial or upper body injuries, she
said the nasal tubing he was using dissolved on his face.
The burns covered 35% of his body.
He %was taken to a Tallahassee hospital by emergency
helicopter and later flown to Shands in Gainesville. .
On her way back to Hosford after visiting her husband
Monday. Combs said doctors expect to perform surgery
after he is stabilized. "He's in bad shape now," she said.
Rescue workers responded to call for help at the
couple's residence on N.E. Beagle Drive. Once Combs was
removed, volunteers from the Hosford Fire Department
extinguished the bedroom fire that was contained to
the west end of the trailer. The ambulance crew began
working on Combs, who vwas also suffering from smoke
inhalation, before transporting him to a landing zone at
Talquin Circle, according to the incident report filed by
Deputy Chad Smith.

SGallonbag full
f marijuana
Seized in
Blountstown
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== ..Volume 29, Number 27 Wednesday, July 8, 2009 ==


Fireworks lit up the night sky over Sam Atkins Park for the annual Community Independence
Day Celebration held Friday night, July 3rd. PHOTOS BY NIKI BARBER AND SHARON AUSTIN


See pages 12 and 13
for more photos of this
year's celebration in
Blountstown.


Bristol girl recovering after July 4 snakebite


by Teresa Eubanks. Journal Editor
A 14-year-old Bristol girl is recovenng
at home after being bitten t%%ice by a snake
on the Fourth of July.
Casey Chepa was returning from'a
celebration with friends at Lake Mystic
around 11 p.m. Saturday with her
grandmother, Martha Jane Odom Jacobs,
when they stopped to drop off her cousin.
Chris Dykes, 16, at his Hwy. 12 South
home.
SCasey, who was wearing flip flops,
stepped out of the car at her cousin's
home for a few moments. As she and her
'grandmother returned to the vehicle to
leave, Casey felt something hit the inside


of her ankle.
"I thought it was a bee sting at first,"
said Casey, but then, "My foot starting
getting numb and swelling up."
She said her cousin saw a snake slip
away on the gravel driveway.
"All I felt was one bite but it looks
like it got me twice," she said. "I.started
screaming and yelling." That's when her
grandmother put her in the car and rushed
toward Bristol.
They went straight to the ambulance
office, but found no one there because n.
was the week for the crew to be stationed
in Hosford.
Next, they drove to the sheriff's office


but after failing to see any patrol cars,
continued on back to State Road 20,
where they found'FHP Trooper Jason King
parked a block east of the traffic light in
an.unmarked vehicle.
Jacobs told him what happened and
King called for on-duty Deputy Caryl
Marotta, who got the OK from Lt. Sean
Geiger to take the girl to the emergency
room in Blountstown instead of waiting
for the ambulance to make the trip from
Hosford.
"We got there quick," said Casey of the
ride across the bridge with patrol lights
flashing.
While her cousin suspected the snake


that bit her was a cottonmouth, a doctor
told Casey there wasn't enough venom
in her for that to be so. She remained at
the hospital for eight hours before being
released and sent home on crutches with
orders to keep her injured foot elevated.
"The doctor said it (the snakebite)
wasn't poisonous, but it was still painful,"
Casey said.
"I want to thank the trooper and deputy
for what they did," said Jacobs. "They
acted right then and got her to the hospital
quickly." While the bites were not life-
threatening, "It scared me to death," she
said.


ShbwSuMs Loe....2 Commnuuit Cdendu.....4


News from the Pews..... Kinard celebration.....7 Commentary...8


Cdsbrau birthdais...10 Wd~blngs...11 Sports....15 Gardening....17 Tech Cainp...19 Ciassifleds... 20 &21







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Teen arrested with nearly a pound


of pot in Blountstown traffic stop


Blountstown

Police Dept.

i ARREST

REPORTS
compiled by
Journal Editor
Teresa Eubanks

Nearly a pound of marijuana
was seized Sunday night after a
Cottondale teenager was pulled
over for a routine traffic stop in
Blountstown.
The 17-year-old driver was
stopped around 9:46 p.m. at the
intersection of S.R. 20and Charlie
John Street after Blountitown
Police Officer Timmy Partridge
noticed that the vehicle had an
obscured license tag and no tag
light.
When the officer approached
the vehicle, he saw that the driver
was extremely nervous. The teen
began shaking and sweating as
he spoke. Partridge told him he
could smell the strong odor of
raw marijuana coming from the
vehicle's interior and asked what
was inside. The driver replied
that he had some marijuana in the
front floorboard.
SThe driver and his two
passengers, who were not


Blountstown Police Officers Warren Tanner and Timmy
Partridge are shown with the bag of marijuana confiscated
during a Sunday night traffic stop;


identified, stepped but of the
vehicle as a search was conducted.
Partridge found' a large one-
.gallon bag of marijuana in the
passengers' side floorboard.
The driver spoke up and said
the marijuana belonged to him and
his passengers had knowledge of
it. He stated he was taking thebag
to a guy at Mexico Beach, where
he expected to sel:it for $1,300.
His story changed slightly after
his arrest, when he still admitted
that the marijuana was his but
said he was not planning to sell
it like he originally stated.
Because ofhisage, theboywas


turned over to the Department of
Juvenile Justice.
He was charged with.
possession of more than 20 grams
of marijuana and possession of a
controlled substance with intent to
distribute. The teen is scheduled
to appear in Jackson County
Court July 8 for a previous charge
of possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana.
SThe illegal weed found in the
vehicle weighed 450 grams, just
four grams short of a full pound.
Officers Scotty Norris and
Warren Tanner assisted in the'
arrest.


Woman, unruly passenger arrested July 4


A woman who admitted she'd
had "way too many drinks" to be
driving.was arrested for DUI after
a police officer saw her run several
vehicles off the road around 6:14
p.m, on-July 4..
Her passenger was also,
intoxicated, and his reluctance to
cooperate resulted in a charge of
disorderly intoxication.
The tioweretaken into custody
after Blountstown Police Officer
Timiy Partridge:was notified of
an eastfboid black Honda Accord
driving recklessly on S.R. 20 late
Saturday afternoon.


Partridge caught up with the car
at the intersection of S.R. 20 and
S.R. 71. He pulled in behind it and
saw it drive into the oncoming lane,
where several vehicles had to pull
off the road to prevent a head-on
collision.
Although the officer's patrol
lights were activated, the
'Accord's driver continued on for,
approximately a half mile, during
which time seven vehicles ran off
the road to avoid being hit by the
car.
The driver finally came to a
stop on East Central Avenue,


where Partridge made contact
with 27-year-old Kira Sullivan of
Tallahassee.
While waiting for.her to locate
her driver's license, the officer
asked Sullivan if she realized she,
was running cars off the road. She
replied, "I'm a re'allybad driver."
Noting the strong odor of an
alcoholic beverage coming from
the driver, Partridge asked if she
had been drinking and she admitted
she had. She was then directed
to take a series of sobriety tests,
which she failed because she could
not stand on her own. She was
handcuffed and placed in the back
of the patrol car.
Partridge then spoke with the
passenger, 53-year-old Stephen
Bland of Live Oak, and realized he
was also extremely intoxicated.
Bland was asked to exit the car
and he stepped out, accompanied
by a red nose pit bull dog.
Bland was asked to stand in
front of the car while Partridge
did an inventory search before
releasing the car to a wrecker
driver. Bland refused to listen
to the officer, began cursing and
then walked away. After ignoring
warnings to return to the vehicle,
Bland was taken into custody on a
charge of disorderly conduct.
Both were taken to the
Blountstown Police Department,
where Sullivan consented to give a
breath sample which gave readings
of 0.285 and 0.284. The state's
legal blood alcohol limit is .08.
Bland picked up his dog and
signed a property receipt the next
day.


A man who twice fell off a
bicycle while riding down the
middle of the road was arrested
for DUI after his unsuccessful
efforts to maintain his balance were
noticed by Blountstown Police
Officer Jody Hoagland.
Hoagland was on patrol Friday
when he turned onto Clark Avenue
from Pear Street and saw a white
male riding a bike down the middle
of the road who then suddenly
fell over. The rider got back upon
the bike and then began swerving
from the center of the road to the
left side of the westbound lane,
driving into oncoming traffic
before almost falling again, this
time nearly hitting Office Timmy
Partridge's patrol car as he was
pulling out from the Blountstown
Police Office.
Hoagland then turned around
to follow the bike rider and saw


him get back on the bike and again
attempted to pedal down the middle
of the road. Once again, he fell
from the bicycle.
Hoagland and Partridge stopped
the man, identified as Keith B.
Jones, and noted that he smelled
strongly of an alcoholic beverage.
When asked if he had been drinking,
Jones said he had consumed "three
or four quarts of King Cobra" malt
liquor.
When asked to submit to a
roadside sobriety test, Jones
replied, "I don't think I can do.
it." He attempted the exercises but,
lost his balance and nearly fell to
the ground.
He was arrested for DUI and.
taken to the Blountstown Police
Department, where he was tested,
giving breath samples indicating
blood alcohol readings of .220 and
.208. Florida's legal limit is 0.08.


CALHOUN COUNTY
June 30
*Stephanie Mears, contempt of court, CCSO.
*Richard Lundgren, Houston Co. warrant,
CCSO.
*Ariel Diaz, reckless driving, CCSO.
*Joseph Mathis, petty theft, BPD.
*Edgar Lemus Mendoza, driving without li-
cense, CCSO.
*Keith Jones, trespass after warning, BPD.
July 2
*Michael McCray, possession of less than 20
grams marijuana, CCSO.
*Rickey Morrow, possession of less than 20
grams marijuana, introduction of contraband,
possession drug paraphernalia, CCSO.
*Jarad Olds, possession of less.than 20 grams
marijuana, introduction of contraband, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia, possession of a
controlled substance, CCSO.
*Ryan Blake Lindsey, possession of a con-
trolled substance with intent to sell, possession
of a controlled substance without prescription,
CCSo.
*Adam Crenshaw, VOCP, CCSO.
*Coretha Jones, (warrant) making false state-
ment, BPD.
July 3
S*Eric Jones, DUI, BPD.
July 4
*Keith Bradley Jones, DUI, BPD.
*William Sapp, driving while license suspended
or revoked (3rd), fleeing and attempting to elude,
SFHP.
*James Ivory, VOCP, CCSO.
*Kira Sullivan, DUI, BPD.
*Stephen Bland, disorderly intoxication, BPD.
*Walter Alvarez-Aguilar, aggravated battery on
a pregnant victim, CCSO.
July 5
*Marcus Hardy, DUI, possession with intent to
sell, CCSO.
*Kevin Hanchard, possession with intent to
sell, CCSO.
*Brittany Hilbrandt, DUI, possession of less
than 20 grams marijuana, possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of new legend drugs,
CCSO.

LIBERTY COUNTY
June 30
*James Earl Houston, holding for Bay Co. SO,
BCSO.
July 1
*Michael Lewis Herndon, domestic battery,
LCSO.
July 2
*Shannon Copeland, state VOP, LCSO.
*Alvin Glenn Martina, holding for Franklin Co.
SO, FCSO.
'Coretha Jones, holding for CCSO, CCSO.
July 4
*Kira Sullivan, holding for CCSO, CCSO.
July 5
*Brittany Lynn Hilbrandt, holding for CCSO,
CCSO.
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 gulfty

Blountstown Police Dept.
June 28 through July 05, 2009
Citations issued:
Accidents...............05 Traffic Citations..................21
Special details (business escorts, traffic details)......83
Business alarms.....02 Residential alarms..........01
Com plaints......................................... ...........181


Man charged with DUI after

repeatedly falling off bicycle


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SUV, over $2,000 in cash seized after methadone pills found


A Toyota 4-runner and $2,100
in cash were seized during a traffic
stop after officers discovered the
driver was in possession of 20
methadone pills.
According to the arrest report,
Blountstown Police Officer
Patrick Crawford and Calhoun
County Sheriff's Office Deputy
Eddie Dalton were monitoring
traffic on S.R. 20 East at the
Southern Express Thursday when
they saw an eastbound SUV with
a burned-out taillight turn into the
store's parking lot.
When the vehicle left the store,
the officers followed behind and
made a traffic stop.
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The driver, Ryan Blake
Lindsey, stated that he was on
the way to Gainesville to see his
sick grandmother. He had trouble
finding his vehicle registration
and was sweating profusely even
though the air conditioning was
running full blast.
When asked to step out of
the vehicle, officers noticed
something in his right front pocket
and Lindsey handed over an
unlabeled bottle of pills, stating,
"They're just my antibiotics."
An examination of the contents
revealed a single methadone pill
mixed in with several antibiotics.
After Lindsey asked to remove


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over $2,000 in cash from the
console, officers searched the
vehicle and found another .pill
bottle, this one labeledAlprazolam
and included the driver's name on:
the label. Inside the bottle officers
found 19 methadone pills.
Lindsey, who is on probation
for aBay County drug charge, said


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methadone when his Oxycodone possession of a controlled
prescription runs out. substance without a prescription.

Correctional officer charged
after changing fight account
A correctional officer who volunteered her account of an altercation
in Blountstown earlier this month has been charged with making a false
statement to a law enforcement officer after she changed her story,
-according to a report from the Blountstown Police Department.
A warrant was issued for her arrest and Coretha Jones was charged
July 2.
Jones drove up during a June 14 fight on Palm Street where officers
were trying to determine what had happened. Jones then stated that
a woman who actually turned out to be the victim had in fact started
the confrontation, according.to Officer Timothy Partridge.
He said that when Jones arrived at the scene, she stated that she had
been a correctional officer for 18 years and said she was an eyewitness
to the altercation.
When they.attempted t6 have her confirm her story two hours later,
"She decided she didn't see anything," Partridge said.


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Gadsden Arts

Center offering

photo classes
QUINCY -The Gadsden Arts Center
offers Portrait Photography and Photo-
shop workshops for beginner through
intermediate photographers with a digital
camera. The Photography Workshop is
scheduled for July 21, 10 a.m.-l p.m., at
the Center. Participants will learn to take
better portraits right at home. Photogra-
pher Edward demonstrates how to take
full advantage of a digital camera and
objects found at home to create beautiful
pictures of family and friends.
For true digital photography enthusi-
asts, the Center will also offer a Photo-
shop Workshop on August 13 from 1-4
p.m. Participants will learn to use Photo-
shop Elements to enhance digital photo-
graphs and add creativity to them, while
correcting some of the most common im-
perfections.
Workshop-tuition- is $25 for mem-
bers/$35 for non-members and pre-regis-
tration is required. To register, visit gads-
denarts.org, call 875-4866 or stop by the
Gadsden Arts Center.
The Gadsden Arts Center is located
at 13 N. Madison St., just 10 miles from
Tallahassee City Limits. Admission is $1
(members and children admitted free).
Gallery and gift shop hours are-Tuesday
through Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and
Sunday, 1.-5p.m. Hours for Miss Helen's
Espresso Cafe D 'art and the Artists Guild
Co-op are Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p. m.
and Friday-Saturday 8 a.m.-P p.m. Group
tours are available free of charge call
(850) 875-4866 to make your reservation.

Mullet dinner fundraiser

July 11 to send Landon

Earnest to Washington
W.R. Tolar nominated Landon Ear-
nest to attend the Junior National Young
Leader Conference in Washington D.C.
September 10-17.
A fundraiser has been planned for July
11 starting at 11 a.m. at the Liberty County
Courthouse. Money raised will help with
travel and other expenses for Landon.
The mullet dinner fundraiser will con-
sist of fried mullet, baked beans, cole
slaw,. hushpuppies and tea. Plates will
cost $6 and any donations will be wel-
comed. Come out and support Landon so
he can represent our county and state.

Farmers market

Saturday, July 11
The downtown farmers market spon-
sored by Blountstown Main Street will
be open this Saturday morning, July 11,
from 8 a.m. to noon in the green space
next to Wakulla Bank in Blountstown.
Booth spaces are free and open to any-
one with fresh produce, original arts and
crafts, and home baked goods.
Call Kelli at 899-0500 to reserve your
space.


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Appreciation Days
July 3 thru August 15


Apalachicola Forest Youth Camp, 'Nedra 'Peterson
Telogia 12 noon to 4 p.m. (ET)
TODAY'S MEETINGS
Rotary Club, noon, Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
Weight Loss Support Group, 1:30 p.m., Shelton Park Library
AA, 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. east door, in front of jail


BIRTHDAYS S Mobile
Jeremiah Peterson,
'Kathy Lynn Simmons and


'De'SFawn Antwan martin


Parthenon Heath Care
Blountstown
12 noon to 4 p.m. (ET)


TODAY'S MEETINGS
Liberty Women's Club, 11 a.m., Apalachee Restaurant in Bristol
Chipola Reg. Workforce Dev. Board, 6 p.m., CRWDB Community
Rm, Marianna, 4636 Hwy. 90 W., Suite K
AA, 7 p.m., basement of Calhoun Co. Courthouse


FRDA, UL 1


One Voice Youth Rally
Bristol PH Church,
Solomon Street, Bristol
6:45 p.m. (ET)


BIRTHDAYS
'Kizzy Petersonr, Dan
Davis &S Vanessa Scott


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


JAttend
the Church of
your choice /
this Sundfail .,


Art Camp BIRTHDAYS
SVeterans Civic Center Afex Combs andVontris
July 13 thru 16 'eszeflfPierre
'ODAY'S MEETINGS
Walk-A-Weigh Program, 9 a.m., Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center.
Altha Boy Scouts, 5:30 p.m., Altha Volunteer FireDepartment
AA, 6 p.m., Altha Community Center
Blountstown Lions Club, 6 p.m., Apalachee Restaurant in Bristol


BIRTHDAYS
qfetdra Peterson


Major League
Baseball
All-Star Game


'ODAY'S MEETINGS .
Calhoun County History Project, 5 p.m., M&B Train Depot, BTown
Calhoun Co..School Board, 5 p.m., Calhoun Co. Courthouse
Liberty Co. School Board, 5 p.m., School Administrative office, Bristol
Altha Town Council, 6 p.m., Town hall in Altha
Blountstown City Council, 6 p.m., City Hall in Blountstown
Bristol Lions Club, 7 p.m., Apalachee Restaurant in Bristol
Blountstown Chapter #179 OES, 7 p.m., Dixie Lodge in Blountstown
Bristol Vol. Fire Department, 7:30 p.m., City Hall in Bristol
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Healthy cooking

classes will be

offered in Bristol
The University of Florida/IFAS, Lib-
erty County Extension and the Liberty
County Health Department Healthy Com-
munities, Healthy People Program will be
holding a healthy cooking class for adults
on July 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. (ET) in the
Veteran's Memorial Civic Center recre-
Sation room.
The class that we held for the youth
was such a success and we had several
adults ask about having one for the adults.
Well, you asked for it and you got it! Chef
Tanner will teach us how tdprepare (yes
and you will get to eat) a dinner meal. If
you would like to attend this class please
come by the Veterans Memorial Civic
Center between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to reg-
ister and pay the $6 fee. This fee will help
purchase the food for the meal. Please
register and pay by July 17.
If you have any questions, please feel
free to call Shellie King at the Extension
office at (850) 643-2229 or Susan Chafin
at the Liberty County Health Department
at (850) 643-2415 ext. 245.

Learn to make jams

and jellies at free

workshop July 18
Enjoy your Saturday morning learn-
ing about making Jams & Jellies. Watch
demonstrations and take home plenty of
free information about preserving fruits,
the safe, fun, and affordable way.
This workshop is for adults of all ages
on Saturday, July 18 at the Blountstown
Public Library starting at 9 a.m. to 12.
p.m. (CT). Registration deadline is July
15 and cost $5. To register contact the
Calhoun County Extension Service at
674-8323 or in the office at 20816 Central
Ave. East, Suite 1, Blountstown.

B-town Main Street

sets meeting July 13
The next Blountstown Main Street
meeting is set for Monday, July 13 at 5:30
p.m. at Parramore's Too.
Anyone interested in getting involved
is welcome to attend. Blountstown Main
Street members have a goal of creating
an economically healthy and beautiful
downtown.
We'd love for you to be a part of that
vision. If you'd like to get involved, join
us for our next meeting.





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awareness It's.the perfect time to
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approach to early childhood educa-
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Stional approach, which encourages
interaction among children, parents,
teachersarid the community.
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and sIcd -, Liin pie shell. Mix together cream, flour,
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iceansgar i duce heat to 350 "F and bake
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/8 teaspoon salt 35 to 40 minutes. MAKES, SERVINS.;
3/4 cup coarselychopped walnuts
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- Pick beans when pods just reveal the beans inside.
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VBS at First


Baptist Church
Hop on board the Boomer-
ang Express! Travel to the Land
Down Under for a time 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 relationship withJesus. By the
end of Vacation Bible School,
they will have heardBible stories,
participated in cool crafts and
motivating music, eaten snacks
at the G'Day Cafe and played
games at Recreation Rock. It's
Vacation Bible School at First
Baptist Church of Bristol like
you've never experienced before!
VBS runs Sunday, July 12
through Wednesday, July 15.
from 6 to 8:30 p.m. (ET). Chil-
dren age three through grade six
can register for free this Sunday,
July 12 beginning at 4:30 p.m.
at 10677 NW Michaux Road in
Bristol.
SThere will be* food,-,fun and
games for all the kids who regis-.
ter. Come and join us! For more
information, call 643-5400.

Abe Springs

revival starts
The congregation of Abe'
Springs Pentecostal Holiness
Church would like to invite ev-
.eryone to come and take part in
a great revival.
The revival will run Sunday
July 12 through July 17 with
Evangelist Chad Griggs from
Andalusia, AL. Sunday mom-
ing services will be at 11 a.m.,
Sunday evening services will
begin at 5 p.m. with nightly ser-
vices beginning at 7 p.m.
Come to receive a blessing
with anointed preaching and
singing. For more information
please call Rev. Michael Morris
at 762-2292.
Women's Ministries
meeting set July 9
Bristol River of Life Women's
Ministries will meet Thursday
evening, July 9 at 6 p.m. in the
church fellowship hall.
All ladies of all faiths are
welcome to attend. Look for our
large yard. sale coming in Au-
gust.


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Prayer Band

meets July 9
There will be a Prayer Band
meeting Thursday, July 9 at
7:30 p.m. The meeting will be
at Brother and Sister Sylvester
Ziggler's home at 12201 NW
Smith Circle in Bristol. Everyone
is invited to attend.
For more information call
-643-4392.


Calhoun/Liberty Ministry Service

Center planned for communities


Many pastors are aware of is-
sues and needs of the people in
our area that aren't being met.
Plans are being made for a Cal-
houn/Liberty Ministry Service
Center.
The mission is to work togeth-
er to meet physical and spiritual
needs for people from Calhoun
and Liberty County. The Service
Center will be one centralized
place for people to go if they
need assistance.
Assistance will be provided


by way of food, clothing, and
spiritual counseling. Several
churches from both counties of
different denominations have al-
ready committed to participate
in the project.
A study committee has been
established along with a Board
of Directors. Churches and citi-
zens that-are interested in.find-
ing out more about the center or
would like to get involved can
contact Clyde Roberts at 643-
1507 or 643-3216.


MESSAGES OF THANKS

The family of Judson and Opal Shoemaker would like to say
thank you to everyone who helped us through the "home going" of
our parents/grandparents. heirs was truly a happily ever after love
story, as God's perfect timing allowed them to go on the same day.
Calhoun, Liberty and Jackson counties reached out to us with love,
food, supplies, memorials, cards and prayers. For all your kindness-
es, we thank you. You touched our family from out of town and they
know why we would not want to live anywhere else.
Special thanks to Dr. Bristol and Dr. Christopher for years ofcare
and concern. Not enough thanks' can be said to the staff of Blount-
stown Health and Rehab Center. For seven years they compassion-
ately cared for Dad. When Mom became their patient, she felt at
onme because they had lovingly supported her for. years as a visitor.
Thank you to Covenant Hospice for their careeand helpfulness. Altha
First Baptist and Friendship Alliance Churches have been our rocks.
Thank you to Peavy Funeral Home and the Calhoun VFW:Honor
Guard for helpingus during this difficult time:
God is in control and has answered many prayers. He has used all
of you to bless us and we thank you.
Ruth & Jeffrey Barth, Holly & Zacc Sims, Nicholas & Amber
Barth, Heidi & Michael Stone
The family of Eivin Shiver would like to thank everyone for their
kind words, food, flowers and cards during our difficult time. We
also would.like to thank Adams Funeral Home for everything they
did for our family.
Ervin was a very loving and caring man who will be missed by
many.
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Correctional Officer Sara Jackson

retires after 13 years with CCSO
On June 30, Sara
Jackson of the Calhoun
County Sheriff's Office
began a new chapter in
her life by entering re- '
tirement. Sara worked ;
as a Correctional Offi-
cer in the jail from 1996
until her retirement. In
addition she worked 14.
with the Florida Depart-
ment of Corrections.
In recognition, of her
.valued service at the
Calhoun County Sher-
iff's Office she was pre-
sented with a gold wrist
watch and a plaque
commemorating her 13
years of service. Addi-
tionally. Sara's co-work-
ers presented her with a
rod and reel, tackle box
and tackle along with a
folding chair so that she
may enjoy many days
of leisure.
We wish the best for
Sara and we want to ex-
tend a great thank you
for the sacrifices that
she made over the years
to be in public service.


Local group making plans for

November trip to Branson
The Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association and CalCo Tray-
el will head to Branson for a winterland extravaganza for eight days
and seven nights! We begin our tour on Sunday, Nov. 29, checking
into the Welk Resort on Monday, Nov. 30 for a fun filled time.
While in Branson, we will see some of the following shows: Shoji
Tabuchi, Tony Orlando, The Lennon Sisters, Broadway's "Spirit of
Christmas," Grand Jubilee with "New South," The Haygoods, Clay
Cooper and others. Also we'll visit Silver Dollar City and enjoy
fine entertainment.
.We will enjoy lunch and a cruise on the Branson Belle and travel
to the "Circle B Chuckwagon" for a "Country Christmas Dinner and
Show."
This trip would not be complete without a trip to "Lambert's Caf6
-Home of the Throwed Rolls." We will also visit "Shepherd of the
hills" for the Trail of Lights.
The cost of the trip will be: $1,399/Single, $1,039/pp. Double,
$869/pp. Triple or Quad.
The trip includes: Deluxe Motorcoach transportation, admission
to over 10 shows, admission to Silver Dollar City, Cruise on the
Branson Belle, 7 nights deluxe accommodations, 7 breakfasts, 2
lunches, 5 dinners, goody bags, luggage handling and a good time at
NO EXTRA CHARGE!!
First payment of $200 is due upon sign-up. Monthly payments
may be made for your convenience. Final payment is due by Oct.
30.
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Sarah, Marilyn, or Dorothy at (850) 674-4163 to sign up.
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Around 150 folks in Kinard enjoyed
'a good old-fashioned Fourth of July
celebration at the home of Doyle
and Charlotte Daniels on Saturday.
Jamie Lynn Daniels kept children
busy with plenty of games and
races. The southern gospel group,
Undivided, comprised of Dan Davis,
Cindy Scott and Brenda Paris, kept
toes tapping as they performed
at the gathering. Guests brought
side dishes to accompany the
stacks of roasted corn, hamburg-
ers and hot dogs provided by the
Daniels family. The evening ended
with a colorful fireworks display
lighting up the sky and prompt-
ing many ioo ohs and aaahsi from
the crowd. MISSY TANNER PHOTOS


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President Obama is taking a historic trip.
He's in Russia. Obama went there because
from Russia, you can actually see Sarah
Palin cleaning out her office in Alaska.
CONAN O'BRIEN

Over the weekend, Sarah Palin shocked
the country by resigning as governor of
Alaska. Republicans aren't sure who is go-
ing to fill her role in the party, but they are in
talks with several of the "Real Housewives
of New Jersey." CONAN O'BRIEN

What's Kim Jong II's deal? Over the
weekend they launched seven missiles.
Vice president Joe Biden said they're just
trying to get attention. Well, that should
calm things down. DAVID LETTERMAN

In her resignation speech, Sarah Palin
said she polled her children on whether
she should resign and the count was unan-
imous. Ladies and gentlemen, even her
children thought she was in over her head.
CONAN O'BRIEN

South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford re-
turned to work after spending a holiday
weekend in Florida with.his wife and chil-
dren. Or as Sanford called the weekend, "a
total waste of time." CONAN O'BRIEN


I took my mother to see fireworks on the
Fourth of July. Every time a big one went off,
she screamed, "It's North Korea! It's North
Korea!" DAVID LETTERMAN

Palin hasn't made a decision this contro-
versial since deciding whether to .wear her
hair up or down. CRAIG FERGUSON


The big news: Sarah Palin quitting as gov-
ernor of Alaska. Everybody was shocked.
Even John McCain was surprised. He was
like, "Who?" CRAIG FERGUSON


President Obama was so upset about the
Iranian crackdown that he told the Iranian
diplomats that they would not be invited to
the Fourth of July party. And I said; well, by
God, that will teach them right there.
DAVID LETTERMAN

Don't worry, though. Alaska will be fine.
According to the state's Constitution, the
job automatically goes to the lieutenant
governor Chilly Willy. CRAIG FERGUSON


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Health care: There's no free lunch


The Fourth of July for 2009 has
come and gone and so have those 0
patriotic feelings and love for .fellow O
man. We are all back in the ditch arm O
wrestling over things that are near and Jerry Cox is a
dear to our political hearts. officerandwriter
President Obama has taken on the background in
task of revising America's health care oeign policy iss
system, a task that is a lot like Samson
taking on Goliath. None of us want to
face up to the dire consequences of
doing nothing about the increasing cost of health care.
Going broke, no money, nada nothing in the bank
comes to mind if we collectively don't man up, get some
backbone and do something about the fundamental
structural issues that are threatening the basic American
way of life.
Doing nothing is not a choice. The'numbers are there.
In due course, the cost of Medicare and Medicaid will
consume the entire budget. Well, we are afraid of dying,
we need health care, so now what?
As I've written before, the basic issue to be answered
is whether health care is a right or a for-profit business.
In all other industrialized countries, health care is con-
sidered a right, people pay into a government plan and
the government provides health care services.
Yikes, say "single-payer health care" to a conserva-
tive and their brains explode. But we already have a
single-payer system, it's called Medicare. By definition,
we already have a socialized medical system, it's called
Veteran Affairs. The VA, meaning the U.S. Government,
provides facilities and services, buys the medicines and
pays the doctors.
So, if you ate railing about socialism and you are a
veteran receiving medical services from a VA clinic then
you have to decide how important socialism is in your
politics because you are receiving socialized medical
services.
Many people think that Medicare is free for all of us
old people. It's not. I pay $96 per month for the service.
I don't object to means testing for Medicare payment
for services. I would pay more. Why? I've had excellent
service from.Medicare providers.
Active duty and retired military also have some form
of TRICARE medical insurance. For me, it's TRICARE
for Life (TFL). I don't pay for TFL which is a supple-
ment to Medicare. Is TFL actually a free benefit? Yes


Sand no. It's a benefit provided by my em-
(CS ployer, the U.S. Government. I'm still a
iN ER government employee, just in retired sta-
tus. TFL is available to anyone who will
retired military wear the uniform for at least 20 years.
ith an extensive Would I be willing to pay for TFL?
domestic and Yes, because I recognize that there is no
ues. He lives in
es. Helivesin free lunch. Paying for TFL may happen.
The Congressional Budget Office
(CBO) has prepared its annual list of
options for reducing health care costs.
The title of the document is Budget Options, Volume 1;
Health Care dated December 2008 and can be found on
the CBO Web site.
Option 96 of the 115 options is titled, "Introduce Mini-
mum Out-of-Pocket Requirements Under TRICARE For
Life." If this option became law, the maximum out-of-
pocket cost fora person on TFL would be $2,888 per year.
The military retiree world has discovered this docu-
ment and is circulating it among retirees. But this is not a
new initiative. It's not part of President Obama's "bring-
ing change to America."
For years, the Department of Defense has attempted
to shift the cost of medical care for all of us retirees to
some other branch or agency in government. The Bush
administration was aggressive on this issue. Mr. Bush
loved soldiers in public, but behind the scenes, his ad-
ministration was doing what the Obama administration
is attempting to do reduce costs.
My retired friends, all Republicans, are jacked out of
shape about this option to require those of us on TFL to
pay some upfront costs. The question for all of us retir-
ees on TFL is, "Are we willing, to do our part for solving
the health care cost issue?" For me, the answer is yes.
:This place called America has been good to me. When-
I joined the Air Force at age 18, I didn't know squat
about retirement. We were poor folks. Our life plan was
simple. Finish high school, get a job, and hope for the
best.
The government provided me with a graduate college
degree, an education in people, places and things, an op-
portunity to move up through the ranks and the oppor-
tunity to fly two of the best fighter planes in the world.
For my 32 years service, the government, my employer,
provided me with a pension and medical care. I earned
it, but now I don't mind paying for it because nothing is
really free. There is no free lunch.


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I approach the energy debate
with the basic assumption that
our current energy policy is not
working. Nothing illustrated
this more than the energy crisis
of last summer when gas prices
in Florida climbed over $4 a gal-
lon. This spike in energy prices
was one of the major contribut-
ing factors of the current reces-
sion, making-it clear that our
dependence on foreign oil is in-
extricably linked to our econom-
ic future. We are dangerously
dependent on foreign sources of
energy, and this dependence is
expensive. Our country sends
over $440 billion overseas each
year to buy crude oil from for-
eign countries. If we continue
this practice, we will forever be
beholden to foreign countries
for our energy needs and our
economic well-being will be at
risk. Now is the time to move to
American-made energy.
To chart this path to energy
independence, a new, balanced
energy, policy is needed one
that keeps costs low for North
Florida families, invests in re-
newable and alternative energy
sources, and promotes innova-
tive energy technologies .that
will create new American jobs.
I gave a lot of thought to the en-
ergy bill that the House of Rep-
resentatives passed last weeks
and I am convinced that this bill
does all of those things and is
essential to our region's and our
country's economic future.
One of the biggest miscon-
ceptions about the energy bill is


that it would impose thousands
of dollars in costs on the average
household. This is simply not.
true. The nonpartisan Congres-
sional Budget Office analyzed
the bill and concluded it would
cost 48 cents a day for' families
at its height in 2020 around the
cost of a postage stamp per day.
These estimates did not even
include the savings that would
come from upgrades to the en-
ergy grid, more efficient homes,
and advanced appliance efficien-
cy standards.
Many also complain about the
costs associated with the cap and
trade program in the bill that ad-
dresses carbon emissions. Those
who do not believe in climate
change or that the world popula-
tion is affecting climate change
will disagree with me, but I be-
lieve that failure to begin reduc-
ing carbon emissions will leave
a diminished, economically
vulnerable world for our grand-
children. What is indisputable
is that our future on the current
path leaves us with zero control
over energy prices. American-
made energy will be critical to
our country's economic future,
to controlling energy costs, and
to maintaining our quality of life.
The cap and trade program
would require utility companies
to reduce carbon emissions by
17 percent by 2020. Under this
program, companies would be
required to reduce their emis-
sions or purchase allowances
in order to exceed these caps.
This will incentivize large utility
companies to shift toward clean
coal technologies and other re-
newable sources of energy. Ru-
ral electric cooperatives (co-ops)
in North Florida would receive
free allowances to help offset
energy costs and keep prices af-
fordable.
Another key component of the
energy bill is the establishment
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for utility companies. Under
the bill, the major Florida util-
ity providers would be required
to generate 20 percent of their
energy from renewable sources
by the year 2020, while co-ops,
which serve many North Flo-
ridians, would be exempt from
meeting this standard.- the state
of Florida could also lower the
20 percent threshold on large
utility companies by requesting
that 8 percent of the standard be
met through conservation mea-,
sures, such as energy efficiency
improvements. These standards
are designed so that the con-
sumer benefits from'the gradual
incorporation of locally-derived
energy and reasonable, corre-
sponding rates.
For utility companies to meet
the remaining 12 percent renew-
able energy requirement, the
energy bill expands biomass
and nuclear programs both
critical aspects of Florida's en-
ergy capabilities. I fought hard
to make sure that biomass and
nuclear programs were included
and promoted in the energy bill.
This is a significant win for our
state and a large reason for my
support of the bill. Both bio-
mass and nuclear energy are a
vital part of Florida's energy fu-
ture, and investments in these ar-
eas will create new jobs and new
industry in our state.
In addition to biomass and
nuclear, the energy bill invests
in clean coal. Our country has
approximately 27 percent of the
world's coal supply. Any work-
able energy policy must recog-
nize the substantial role that coal
will play in creating new jobs
and making our country energy
independent, and the energy bill
does this by investing in tech-
nologies that will help make coal
cleaner.
We are a long way from enact-
ing a new, national energy policy
into law.' The Senate also must
draft an energy bill, and.then the
differences between the House
and Senate bills must be recon-
. ciled. While the House-passed
energy bill may not be perfect,
it reflects our long-term energy
needs and responds to our col-
lective responsibility to ensure
a better world for future gen-
erations. As Congress continues
to move forward and develop a
national energy policy, I will be
looking for a final bill that works
for our state and sets the stage
for long-term economic prosper-
ity and a secure nation that is en-
ergy independent.






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BIRTH DAYS


VONTRIS
TESZELL PIERRE
Vontris Teszell Pierre will be
celebrating her ninth birthday
on July 13. She is the daugh-
ter of the late Shevonca
Sherice Daughtery of Rock
Bluff and Wilson Pierre of
Orlando. She is the grand-
daughter and daughter of
Craig and Patricia Rives of
Rock Bluff and Freddy and
Martha Daughtery of Coco.
She is the great-granddaughi-
ter of the late Charlie and Tes-
sie Brigham of Rock Bluff, the
late Mozell Daughtery of Bris-
tol and Historian and Joyce
Daughter of Bristol. Votris
enjoys spending time on the
computer, shopping, reading
and spending time with her
cousins and other family and
friends. She will celebrate
her birthday with a party at
her grandmother Patricia
Rives' house on July 11. All
family and friends are invited
to attend.


S HUNTER
AUSTIN AMMONS
Hunter Austin Ammons will
celebrate his tenth birthday
on July 17 with a big party and
cookout at Blue Springs. He
is the son.of Misty Amold and
Douglas Burke of Hosford and
Jace- and Desiree Ammons
of Telogia. His grandparents
include Michael and Trish Ar-
nold of Telogia, Laurie and
Chad Finuff of Blue Creek,
Anita and Nelson Sumner of
Tallahassee and James and
Sue Ammons of Blountstown.
Hunter has a huge loving fam-
ily that includes two brothers,
Kaiden and Ashton, one sis-
ter, Holly and a baby brother
coming soon, plenty of cous-
ins, aunts and three uncles.
He enjoys being a straight 'A'
student in Hosford School,
.being a big help to his mom
and trying to be patient wait-
ing on his baby brother.


DE'SHAWN
ANTWAN MARTIN
De'Shawn Antwan Martin will
celebrate his second birthday
on July 9. He is the son of
Dasimon Brigham and Des-
man Martin, both of Bristol.
His grandparents are Stacey
Moore, Jack Moore and Eb-
ony McKinney, all of Bristol.
His great-grandparents are
Patricia Rives, Craig Rives
and Sandra Brown, all of Bris-
tol. De'Shawn enjoys playing
with his aunties and uncles.
He loves being outdoors with
his granddad Jack, loves
following his mother every-
where and loves to get on his
grandmother Patricia Rives'
nerves.


RYAN SHULER
LONGFELLOW
Ryan Shuler Longfellow cel-
ebrated her first'birthday on
July 2. She is the daughter of
Joe and Meris Shuler Long-
fellow of Tallahassee. Her
grandparents are Bob and
Jamie Longfellow of Tallahas-
see and the late Jerry and
Gail Shuler. Her great grand-
parents are Bobby Joe Long-
fellow, Sr. of West Virginia
and Lucia Campos of West
Virginia, Elizabeth Simpson
of West Virginia and Frank
and Francine Simpson of
Fredricksburg, TX and John-
nie Barber of Bristol. Ryan
enjoyed her "Pinkalicious"
birthday party with family and
friends and loves playing in
the pool with her cousins and
riding in her new car.


REAGAN
CELESTE BILBO
Reagan Celeste Bilbo turned
three on June 14. She cel-
ebrated her birthday with
friends and family at Zoinks
in Tallahassee-on Saturday,
June 13. "Rea-Rea" is the
daughter of Joey and Lacy
Bilbo of Bristol. She is the
granddaughter of Jimmy
and Claire Bilbo and Phil
and Bonita Deck, all of Bris-
tol and Wayne and Carol
Sutton of Blountstown. She
swims like a fish at swim-
ming lessons with Mrs. Ja-
net and her PawPaw. She
will be participating in First
Creations Art Lessons in
July with Nate-Nate and his
mom and looks forward to
taking ballet lessons from
her Memaw in the fall. She
loves her new puppy Sassy.


DUSTYN
PITTS
Dustyn Pitts will
celebrate his
eighth birthday
on July 14. His
parents are Cris-
ty and step-dad
Thomas Dawsey
from Clarksville.
His grandmoth-.
ers are Geneva
Pitts of Blount-
stown and Edith,
Lock of Clarks-
ville. He enjoys
swimming, riding
his bike and play-
ing with his little
brother Austin.


EMILEE KAILYN POTTER


Byron Jr. and Beth-Potter of Blountstown
are pleased to announce the'.birth of
their daughter, Emilee Kailyn Potter,who
arrived on April 22 at Capital Regional
Medical Center. Kailyn weighed 7 Ibs. 1
oz. and measured 19.5 inches long. Her
grandparents include Nancy and Joe Da-
vis of Bainbridge, GA, Byron Potter, Sr.


Cathy and R.J. St. Remain of Raglor, LA.
Her great-grandparents include Odell and
the late Emilee Potter of Gulf Shores, AL
and Quinice and the late Wilbur Dalton
of Grand Ridge. Kailyn was welcomed
home by a host of family and friends with
a lot of hugs and kisses. Most of all, she
was welcomed by her big brother Zach


of Quincy, Barbara Potter of Bristol and Horton.


Happy 9th Birthday
July 13

VONTRIS PIERRE

With love from your God Parents,
Veldina and James Dawson
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,A L M A N A C Solomon, Banks plan Saturday,


Do British scones always
contain raisins or currants?
Where can Ifind a "genuine"
recipe? -A. Z., New London,
Conn.
No, British scones do not
always contain raisins or
currants; they are optional.
We have an exceptionally
good recipe for Cream Tea
'Scones that appeared in The
Old Farmer's Almanac several
years ago: Preheat the oven to
425 degrees Fahrenheit. You
will need 2 cups all-purpose
flour; 2 tablespoons sugar; 1
tablespoon baking powder; 1/2
teaspoon salt; 1/2 cup butter; 1
egg; 2/3 cup milk or light cream.
In a mixing bowl, combine the
flour, sugar, baking powder,
and salt and cut in the butter.
Beat the egg lightly, reserving
a tablespoon for topping. Add.
milk to remaining egg, beat, and:
add all at once to dry ingredients.
'Stir with a fork to make a soft
dough, knead, and roll out
on a lightly floured board.
Cut the dough into 2-1/2 inch
rounds. Place on an ungreased
baking sheet, and brush with
reserved egg. Bake for 12 to 14
minutes or until golden brown.
We should point out that "all-
purpose" flour is a little harder
than the "plain" flour which
is used in traditional British
recipes. "Plain" flour gives a
slightly softer scone. A good
substitute for plain flour is half
all-purpose flour and half cake
or pastry flour. Serve the scones
with butter, jam, or whipped
cream. Enjoy these delicious
scones with a spot of tea, and
you will never know that you
are not in England enjoying a
"genuine" scone.


Have you ever heard of
the corpse flower? -S. L.,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Yes, that's Amorphophallus
titanum, a relative of calla
lilies, philodendrons, and
dieffenbachias. It. was first
cultivated at the Royal Botanic
Kew Gardens in London
in 1889, after Dr. Odoardo
Beccari, an Italian botanist,
discovered the plant in Sumatra
earlier that century. It is called
the corpse flower because of its
awful smell, which people have
compared to the smell of fish
bait, dead mice, rancid meat, or
rotten eggs. (Why Dr. Beccari
was first drawn to it, we can
only guess.) Luckily, the worst
of the smell occurs at night, so
daytime viewers (and sniffers)
of the plant are spared the full
effect. Scientists speculate that
the bad odor attracts pollinators
like carrion beetles, sweat bees,
and flies.
The New York Botanical
Garden was the first to cultivate
the corpse flower in America,
in 1937. Technically, it isnot a
flower but an "inflorescence,"
a cluster of flowers.-Its vertical
spadix (a plant spike bearing
small flowers) can reach from
6 to 12 feet tall in cultivation
or up to 20 feet in the wild,
while the surrounding spathe
(a leafy, petal-like sheathe
that resembles an inverted
umbrella) can reach about three
feet across. A. titanum has a
life span of about 40 years and
can-be expected to bloom three
or four times. The odiferous
blooms last about 3 days. Not
the kind of thing you want for
the patio, is it?


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July 25 wedding in Tallahassee


Gregory and Jacqueline Solomon are
pleased to announce the forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Jasmine Solomon, to
Gary Banks II on Saturday, July 25.
The bride is a 2003 graduate of Liberty
County High School and a 2008 graduate of
Florida State University, where she gradu-
ated Cum Laude with her Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree in Communications. Jasmine
is currently employed with a Best Practice
Research Firm in Arlington, VA as a corpo-.
rate planner. Jasmine's paternal grandpar-
ents are Rufus and Alice Solomon of Bristol
and her maternal grandparents are Mattie
Richardson and the late Robert Richardson
of Quincy. She is also tie God daughter of
Pastor Rosetta Baker of Bristol.
The groom is the son of Gary and Robbyn
Banks of San Jose, CA. He is a 2000 gradu-
ate of Valley Christian High School and a,
2006 graduate of Florida Agricultural & Me-
chanical University, where he received his
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineer-
ing. Gary is employed as an IT Operations
Manager for Corporate Executive Board
in Arlington, VA. Gary's paternal grand-
parents are Gary C. Banks of Queens, NY
and Aletha Henderson of Carson City, CA
and his maternal grandparents are Romural
Bradley of Chicago, IL and Regina Lyles of
Sherman, TX.
The wedding is scheduled for Saturday,


July 25 at the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church lo-
cated on 615 Tuskegee Street in Tallahassee beginning at
4p.m. with Reverend Dr. C.L. Wilson officiating. The re-
ception will be immediately following and is RSVP only.
The couple plans to honeymoon in Mexico and reside in
Alexandria, VA.


Pittman,

Williams

_ _marriage

set July 11
Weddihg plans for Joann Pittman
of Marianna and Richard "Rick" Wil-
liams of Blountstown have been final-
ized. "the ceremony will be Saturday,
July 11 at 5 p.m. (CT) at the Veterans
Memorial Civic Center in Bristol.
The reception will follow immedi-
ately afterwards. All family and friends
are cordially invited to attend.


Flowers, Grishom plan
Luxie and Malone Alford of
Hosford and the late Brinson
Flowers of Bristol are proud to
announce the upcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Carrie
Rebecca Flowers, to Ronald : i ,
Edward Grishom of Hosford.
Ronald is the son of Martha
Redding of Sumatra and. the
late Jerry Grishom of Louisi-
ana.


Carrie's grandparents are
Betty and Elmer Todd and the
late Virginia Richardson, all
of Hosford and the late Molly
Flowers and the late Ralston
Flowers of Bristol.
Ronald's grandparents in-
clude, the late James Sparks
and the late Betty Jean Sparks
of Sumatra.


Carrie is a 2002 graduate of
Liberty County High School.
Ronald is employed at North
Florida Lumber Company in
Bristol.


July 18 wedding


The ceremony will be held
on Saturday, July 18 at 3 p.m. at
Veterans Memorial Civic Center
in Bristol. All family and friends
are invited to attend.






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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LIBERTY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 09-97CA
IN RE:
FORFEITURE OF A
2007 NISSAN PATHFINDER
VIN# 5N1AR18U27C622630

NOTICE OF
FORFEITURE COMPLAINT
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING
A SECURITY OR OTHER
INTEREST IN THE ABOVE
DESCRIBED PROPERTY


Any bid submitted after the speci-
fied hour and date will not be
. opened or considered. The Cal-
houn County Sheriff's Office ac-
cepts no responsibility for mailed
proposals that arrive at the Sher-
iff's Office after the above stated
time even though the envelope
may reflect a postmark prior to the
above date. Bids will be accepted
in the Administrative Office locat-
ed at 20776 Central Avenue East,
Suite #2, Blountstown, Florida.
TheCalhounCountySheriff'sOffice
reserves the rightto acceptor reject


The above-described property was any orall bids This vehicle is sold
seized pursuant to the provisions *ASIS WHERE IS" wth no war-
of the Florida contraband Forfei- .ranty.
ture act, Florida Statutes 932.701-
707, by the Liberty County Sher- This vehicle can be seen at the
iff's Office on May-16, 2009.at or Calhoun-Liberty Employees Cred-
in the vicinityof the LibertyCounty it Union, 17394 Charlie Johns
Correctional Facility in Bristol, Street, Blountstown, Florida.
Florida. The Liberty county Sher- 7-1& 7
iff's Office is currently, in the pes- -
session of said property and has Invitation to Bid
filed a Complaint for the purpose The Liberty County Sheriffs Office.
of forfeiture of said property in the will be accepting sealed bis for
Circuit Court of the Second Judi- 1994 Fod Mstang he bids f
cial Circuit of Florida; Inrorder to- 1994 Ford Mustang. The bidding
protect your rights you must file an will start at $2000.00 and up. The
Answer to the Complaint with the 'car will be bid as is The bids will
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Liberty be accepterom 8:00 a.m. July
County Courthouse, Bristol, Flori- 1, 2009, through 5:00 p.m. Jul15
da, within twenty (20) days of this 2009. All bids must be sealed list-
publication. You must also serve a he amount of the bid, bidder's
Scopy of your Answer on Plaintiff's ;.name, address and telephone
Counsel, J. David House, 16865 number. -Bid:must be.-dropped
SE River Street, Bountstown, off at the Sheriff's Administrative
SE River. Street, ,Blountstown, ffce at-. 99 ......
F~lorida ~32~424. Failur'e~tso Office at 19499 NW Pogo Street,
Florida 32424 : f failure: to: do so s t .. .... aile .. ..
may-"esult in the entry of a'default Brsto i' FL Or-maledto the Llberty
against you anda aFinal Order of Cou"nty s "heff officee, P. 'Box
Forfeiture of the above-described 67, Bristol, -FI 32321, to be deliv-
property ered on or before the time and
pro pey. date specifiedrabove.. TheSheriff
,,i- reserves the rlaht to refuse anv/


J. UMVIU nIOU -
16865 SE RIVER STREET
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
(850) 674-5481
FLORIDA BAR# 282359
ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER
,7-187--

Invitation to Bid
Sealed bids will be received by ti
Calhoun County Sheriff's Offi<
until July 17, 2009 at 3:00 p.m. c
for the purchase. f the following
2002 Ford F-150 Supercrew 4x
Mileage: 107,184
Vin# 1FTRW08L42KA10686
Minimum Bid: $8,000.00
Any additional information require
may be obtained by contacting L
Adam Terry at the Calhoun Coun
-Sheriff's Office at (850)643-79i
or (850) 674-5049.


or all bids,


The 1994 Ford Mustang may be
seen at the lot located on Highway
20 next to Ace Hardware.
Major Dussia Shuler
Administrative Division 7.1 7-a8-


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09-000019-CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
VS.-
vs.
LEE W. GLASSER, MELANIE K.
GLASSER F/K/A MELANIE KELL,
ET AL.,.


NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE is given pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclosure dat-
ed June 1,-2009, in Case No. 09-
000019-CA, of the Circuit Court
of the Second Judicial Circuit, in
and for Franklin County, Florida, in
which CAPITAL CITY BANK is the
Plaintiff and LEE W. GLASSER,
MELANIE K. GLASSER F/K/A
MELANIE KELL, ET AL. are the
Defendants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the
front door of the Franklin County
Courthouse in Apalachicola,
Franklin County, Florida at 11:00
a.m. on August 6, 2009, the prop-
erty set forth in the Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure, including
property located in both Franklin
County, Florida and Liberty Coun-
ty, Florida, and more particularly
described as follows:


Lot 14: Commence at a rod and
cap marking the Southwest corner
of Block "34" of the Town of Suma-
tra lying in Section .30, Township
5 South, Range 7 West, Liberty
County, Florida, said point also ly-
ing on the Northerly right of way
of State Road Number 22 (right of
way varies); thence run South 05
degrees 08 minutes 10 seconds
East 80.00 feet to a point lying on
the Southerly right of way of said
State Road Number 22; thence run
along said right of way as follows:
North 84 degrees 51 minutes 50
seconds East 1900.00 feet; thence
South 05 degrees 08 minutes 10
seconds East 92.00 feet; thence
North 84 degrees 51 minutes 50
seconds East 978.49 feet; thence
South 00 degrees 54 minutes 18
seconds West 3.88 feet to a con-
crete monument; thence South 00
degrees 47 minutes 50 seconds
West 268.96 feet to a point ly-
ing on the centerline of a 60 foot
,wide roadway and utility ease-
ment; thence run along centerline
as follows: South 76 degrees 47
minutes 49 seconds West 142.63
feet; thence leaving said centerline
run North 05 degrees 08 minutes
10 seconds West 30.30 feet to a
point lying on the Northerly right of
way of said 60 foot wide roadway
and utility easement; thence run
along said right of way as follows:
South 76 degrees 47 minutes 49
seconds West 5.18 feet; thence
South 73 degrees 06 minutes 50
seconds West 148.06 feet; thence
South 70 degrees 15 minutes 40
seconds West 465.78 feet; thence
South 76 degrees 59 minutes 59


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Leather Interior
V-8 Automatic Transmission
Mileage: 107,184
Truck comes with a Diamond Plate Tool Box
and black Fiberglass Bed Cover.
Minimum Bid $8,000
Sealed bids will be accepted until 3 p.m. July 17, 2009.
Vehicle can be seen at Calhoun-Liberty Employees
Credit Union in Blountstown.
Contact Lt. Adam Terry with any
questions at 850-643-7968.


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seconds West 65.26 feet; thence
South 76 degrees 59 minutes 59
seconds West 37.74 feet; thence
South 81 degrees 00 minutes 49
seconds West 132.88 feet to a
point lying on the centerline of a
60 foot wide roadway easement;
thence leaving said right of way
run along said centerline South 05
degrees 15 minutes 46 seconds
East 679.23 feet; thence leav-
ing said centerline run North 84
degrees 51 minutes 50 seconds
East 420 feet to a rod and cap
for the Point of Beginning; thence
from said Point of Beginning run
North 05 degrees 15 minutes 46
seconds West 210.00 feet to a rod
and cap lying on the centerline of
a 60 foot wide roadway easement;
thence run along said centerline
North 84 degrees 51 minutes 50
seconds East 210.00 feet; thence
leaving said centerline run South
05 degrees 15 minutes 46 sec-
onds East 210.00 feet to a rod and
cap; thence South 84 degrees 51
minutes 50 seconds West 210.00
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Subject to a roadway and utility
easement lying over and across
.the Northerly 30 feet described
thereof .
AND
Lot9, Block B, MAGNOLIA RIDGE,
PHASE I, according to the. map or
plat thereof as recorded in Plat.
Book. 7, Page(s) 26, Public Re--
cords of Franklin County, Florida.
AND
Lot 4, Block "A", MAGNOLIA
RIDGE, PHASE I, according to the
map or plat thereof as recorded in
Plat' Book 7, Page(s) 26,. Public
Records of Franklin County, Flor-
ida.
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 sixty (60)
days after the sale.
DATED: June 25, 2009
MARCIA M..JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Michele Maxwell
Deputy Clerk
Garvin B. Bowden
Gardner, Bist, Wiener, Wadsworth
& Bowden, P.A.
1300 Thomaswood Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
7-8 & 7-15-09


--


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR LIBERTY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08-000121-CA
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Plaintiff,
v.
TERRA N. TUCKER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF TERRAN. TUCKER;
and all unknown parties claiming
by, through, under or against the
herein named Defendants, who
are not known to be dead or alive,
whether said unknown parties
claim as heirs, devisees, grant-
ees; assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees, spouses, or other claim-
ants; TENANT #1 and/or TENANT
#2, the parties intended to account
for the person or persons in pos-
session
Defendants.
/

NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated April 16, 2009,
in this. cause I will sell the prop-
erty situated in LIBERTY County,
Florida, described as:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
,EAST CORNER OF THE NORTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 15,
TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE
6- WEST, LIBERTY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.: THENCE NORTH 00
DEGREES 24 MINUTES WEST
643.70 FEET, THENCE EAST
4q .FEET, THENCE NORTH 00
DEGREES 24 MINUTES W 105
FEET MORE OR LESS TO THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 61,
PAGE 218 AND OFFICIAL RE-
CORD BOOK. 64, PAGE 317,
PUBLIC RECORDS -OF LIB-
ERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA FOR
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 00
DEGREES 24 MINUTES WEST
160 FEET, THENCE WEST 210
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 24 MINUTES EAST 160
FEET MORE OR LESS TO THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
ABOVE DESCRIBED PROP-
ERTY, THENCE EAST 210 FEET
MORE OR LESS TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. CONTAINING
.75 ACRES MORE OR LESS, TO-
GETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
2002 CARRIE-CRAFT DIVISION
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Liberty Dixie boys' All-Stars

rained out Monday evening
The Liberty County Dixie Boy's All-Star team was rained
out of action Monday night.
They were re-scheduled to play Grand Ridge on Tuesday.
The tournament features Grand Ridge, Alford and Liberty
County.
Members of the Liberty County team are Chuck Morris,
Hunter Jacobs, David Black, Jimmy Brown, Hayden Swier,
Jo-Jo Durden, Jace Lago, Landon Bruffett, Allen Webb, Mun-
roe Hinson, and Trey Morris.
Coaches are Boo Morris and David Black.


Liberty 0 Zone team playing

in State tourney in Marianna
The Liberty County Dixie Youth Baseball O Zone (ages 11-
12) All-Star team will be playing in the Florida State Tourna-
ment in Marianna that begins Saturday, July 11.
Liberty County's first game will be Saturday at 11 a.m. (CT).
Their opponent will be the West Seminole All-Stars.
Games will be played at the MERE Complex which is on
Cavern's Road in Marianna.


Kneeling, left to right: Tristan Burke, Alex Buggs, Jacob Yon, J.C. Williams, Seth Alday, Latay-
vion Godwin. Standing, left to right: Tyreek Sumner, Logan Weiler, Shad Johnson, Bryson
Home, D'Anta Williams and Tucker Jordan.

Blountstown Dixie Youth AAA All-Stars

win district championship at Malone


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The Blountstown Dixie Youth
AAA All-Stars won their dis-
trict championship at Malone
June 20-25. They played five
games and went undefeated for
the tournament. The team did a
great job, everyone played well.
The pitching staff can't go un-
recognized.
In the first game against Bris-
tol AAA. Tyreek Sumner and
Bryson Home pitched a com-
bined no-hitter, 3 innings each
winning 2-1.
In the second game, Shad
Johnson threw a 4 inning no-hit-'
ter in a run ruled shortened game
against Sneads AAA.
In the third game, D'Anta
Williams went the distance,
throwing 6 inning no-hitter
.against Altha.
In the fourth game we de-
feated the Grand Ridge AAA
team 8-4, advancing to the dis-
trict championship game. In the
championship game, Blount-
stown defeated Havana AAA
17-3 while only allowing one
hit. With that win, Blountstown


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AAA will advance on to the state
representing District 5. They will
be playing in Paxton beginning
July 11 at 11 a.m. (CT) vs West
VolusiaAmerican. You can hear
the game by logging on to your
computer at www.jockjive.com.
They will be broadcasting live
from the game.
We appreciate the support of
the community and corporate
sponsors. If you have ridden
through Blountstown the last
two weeks, then you have seen
our players asking for your help


on the covers in town or you
have seen us come into your
businesses. You have been great
to us and we do appreciate all
that you do! It is through your
support that these ballplayers
have the opportunity to advance
on to a higher level of play.
We hope to see you at the
ball game, if not catch us live at
www.jockjive.com.
The AAA All-Stars would
also like to wish the AAAll-Stars
good luck this week in their state
play being held in Bushnell.


The pitching staff, shown above from left to right, includes Shad
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ACREAGE

FOR SALE

Liberty County
Rd Frontage
From $4,995 per acre
$1000.00 Total Down

OWNER FINANCING,
No Qualifying

TRI-LAND INC.
R. E. Broker
Phone (813) 253-3258







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FL475A75871CD21, TITLE NU
BER 0092914005 AND VIN NUI
BER GAFL475B75871CD21,
TLE NUMBER 0092914059.

a/k/a 14959 NEBO ST.,
HOSFORD, FL 32334

at public sale, to the highest a
best bidder, for cash, at the fro
door of the courthouse, 108
N.W. State Road 20, Bristol, FlP
ida, at 11:00 o'clock a.m., on JI
28, 2009.

Robert Hill
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Vanell Summers
Deputy Clerk

Any person claiming an interest
the surplus from the sale, if ar
other than the property owners
of the date of the lis pendens mL
file a claim within 60 days after tl
sale.

Dated at BRISTOL, Florida, tr
6th day of July, 2009.

Invoice to:
Douglas C. Zahm, PA.
18820 U.S. Hwy 19 N., #212
Clearwater, FL 33764
(727) 536-4911 phone
(727) 539-1094 fax

IN ACCORDANCE WITH TH
AMERICANS WITH- DISABIL
TIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DIS
ABILITIES NEEDING A SPECI/
ACCOMMODATION TO PAl
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDIN
SHOULD CONTACT.COURTAI
MINISTRATION AT LEON COUI
TY COURTHOUSE, 301 S.:MOI
-ROE STREET, TALLAHASSEI
,FLORIDA 32301. TELEPHONE
(850) 643-2215, NOT LATE
THAN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO TH
PROCEEDING. IF HEARING
IMPAIRED, TDD 1-880-955-877
OR VOICE (V) 1-800-955-8774
VIAFLORIDA RELAY SERVICE
7- & 7-15-

SREQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
(QUALIFICATIONS AND PRICING
For REAL ESTATE.APPRAISAL
SERVICES FOR THE CALHOUI
COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS

All responses submitted to th
solicitation should be address
to and received no later than 3:0
p.m., July 20, 2009 at:

CALHOUN COUNTY CLERK
OF THE COURT

20859-Central Avenue East,
S .Room 130
Blountstown, FL 32424
Phone: (850) 674-4545

Attention: Request for Proposi
Real Estate Appraiser for th
Calhoun County Board of Count
Commissioners

NOTICE OF REQUEST
FOR PROPOSALS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN T(
PROSPECTIVE PROPOSERS
that on July 21, 2009 at 5:00 P.M.
at the Calhoun County Courthous
Annex, the Board of County Corm
missioners of Calhoun County
Florida, will open sealed propose
als for the following:

Real Estate Appraiser

The County is seeking sealed pro
posals for Real Estate Appraisa
Services for the Calhoun Count
Board of County Commissioners
To be eligible for submission/con
.sidetation, proposers must:

Be a citizen'of the United States
of America.
Be an appraiser licensed by the
State of Florida.
S'Beer previously qualified as ir
expert witness by a court of eom
*.petent jurisdiction in the State o
Florida. ..,, ,


tu Not be a person who represents
18 property owners in any adminis-
trative or judicial review of' prop-
or erty tax issues in Calhoun County
uly Florida.
Hold qualifications as a MAI ap
praiser by the Appraisal institute.
Be able to submit appraisals suf-
ficient to meet the legal require-
ments for Florida Statute 73.015
for the four parcels for use in ar
in eminent domain proceeding by
Calhoun County Florida within
ny. three weeks from the notice ol
as award.
iet
he Project overview: Calhoun Coun-
ty is seeking to improve the road-
is way and drainage structures on a
rural roadway named "Laramore
Road". In doing so, there are foui
parcels, which-must be obtained
by eminent domain. The legal de-
scription of these four parcels as
well as a title search and a sketch
survey of the parcels is available
upon request from the County
Administrator, Don A. "Sonny"
E O'Bryan at 850-674-8075.
The proposal submitted shall in-
4L clude a statement addressing the
R- qualifications of the proposed firm,
G the compensation required to pre-
- pare and submit the four apprais-
- als including any consultation with
- the County attorney necessary to
S submit an offer to four land owners
' pursuant to Florida Statute 73.015
and the hourly rate for any addi-
R tional services including but not
limited to expert testimony, trial
1, preparation and other expenses.

SProposers must submit two (2)
Original responses marked "Origi-
S nal" in a sealed envelope clearly
Marked on the outside with the
Proposer's name and "Sealed
SProposal for Real Estate Apprais-
- ers services", addressed and de-
livered to

Clerk of the Court of Calhoun
lis County, Florida
,d 20859 Central Avenue East,
a0 Room 130
S Blountstown, FL 32424
Phone: (850) 674-4545

SAll proposals must be received by
the Clerk of the Court on or be-
fore 3:00,RP.M. on July 20,,2009.
Any proposals received after this
date and time will be automatically
rejected. Materials may be deliv-
ered by Certified Mail, Return Re-
I ceipt Requested, hand-delivered
or couriered. Faxed or e-mailed
e proposals will be automatically re-
y ejected. Hand delivered Proposals
may request a receipt. If sent by
mail or by courier, the above-men-
tioned envelope shall be enclosed
in another envelope addressed
0 to the entity and address stated
Above.

. All proposals shall remain valid for
Sa period of ninety (90) days be-
Syond the deadline for submission
' and may be extended beyond that
Time by mutual agreement. 'The
Board will automatically reject
the response of any person or
affiliate who appears on the con-
victed vendor list prepared by the
l Department of Management Ser-
Svices, State of Florida, under Sec.
Y 287.133(3)(d), Florida Statute
S(1997). Calhoun County declares
that all-or portions of the docu-
ments and work papers and other
forms of deliverables pursuant to
This request shall be subject to re-
e use by the County.
n Contract award will be by the
SCalhoun ouqrty' Boardtof Coun-
f ty Commissidners to the entity
whose response is deemed to be
lin the best interest of the Calhoun


County Board of County Commis-
sioners.

The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all proposals, to
waive informalities in any or all
proposals, to re-advertise for pro-
posals, and to separately accept
or reject any item or items and to
award and/or negotiate a contract
Sin the best interest of the Calhoun
* County Board of County Commis,
sioners. 7-8 a 7-154

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

CASE NO. 08-000152-CA

WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Plaintiff;

-v.

EDWARD L. PIERCY; ANITA L.
PIERCY; and all unknown par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against the herein named De-
fendants, who are not known to
,be dead or alive, whether said
unknown parties claim as heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
.lienors, creditors, trustees, spous-
es, or other claimants, TENANT
#1 and/or TENANT #2, the parties
intended to account for the person
or persons in possession; BLUE
WORLD POOLS, INC.
Defendants.


NOTICE OF SALE


Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated June 25; 2009,
in this cause, I will sell the prop-
erty situated in LIBERTY County,
Florida; described as:

COMMENCE AT A 6 INCH TER-
RA-COTTA CONCRETE MONU-
MENT MARKING THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF SECTION 35,
TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE
6 .WEST, LIBERTY COUNTY,
FLORIDA AND RUN THENCE
NORTH 88052'59" EAST ALONG
THE SOUTHERLY. BOUND-
ARY OF SAID SECTION 35, A
DISTANCE OF 1,825.82 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 01. 18'17"
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 1,845.34
FEET TO A POINT ON THE
WESTERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT
OF WAY BOUNDARY OF JOHN-
NY BROWN ROAD; THENCE
NORTH 21039'48" WEST ALONG
SAID WESTERLY MAINTAINED
RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY, A
DISTANCE OF 85.66 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
'FROM SAID POINT OF BEGIN-
NING THENCE CONTINUE
ALONG. SAID WESTERLY MAIN-
TAINED RIGHT OF WAY BOUND-
ARY NORTH 1102'25" WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 300.45 FEET TO
A POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY
OF COUNTY ROAD NO. 67 (100
FOOT RIGHT OF WAY), SAID
POINT LYING ON A NON TAN-
GENT CURVE TO THE RIGHT, OF
WHICH THE RADIUS POINT LIES
NORTH 02035'45" EAST A RADI-
AL DISTANCE OF 3091.26 FEET;
THENCE LEAVING SAID WEST-
ERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT OF
.WAY BOUNDARY RUN THENCE
WESTERLY ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY
BOUNDARY AND SAID CURVE,
THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE
OF 0325'22", A DISTANCE OF
184.67 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
02"37'40" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
246.27 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
7445'54" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
238.76 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH


THAT CERTAIN 2005 FLEET-
WOOD DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME HAVING VIN NUMBER
GAFL435A901135C21, TITLE
NUMBER 92963187 AND VIN
NUMBER GAFL435B901135C21,
TITLE NUMBER 92963128.

a/k/a 18229 Johnny Brown Road,
Talogia, FL 32360

at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at the front
door of the courthouse, 10818
N.W. State Road 20, Bristol, Flor-
ida, at .11:00 o'clock am., on July
28, 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.

Dated at Bristol, Florida, this 25
day of June, 2009.

ROBERT HILL
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Vanell Summers
Deputy Clerk

Douglas C. Zahm, P.A.
18820 U.S. Hwy 19 N., #212
,Clearwater, FL 33764
(727) 536-4911 phone
(727) 539-1094 fax

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES NEEDING SPECIALS
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO-
CEEDING SHOULD CONTACT
COURT ADMINISTRATION, AT
LEON COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
301S.MONROESTREET, TAL-
LAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32301,
TELEPHONE (850) 643-2215,
NOT LATER THAN (7) DAYS
PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING.
IF HEARING IMPAIRED, TDD
1-800-955-8771, OR VOICE (V)
1-800-955-8770, VIA FLORIDA
RELAY SERVICE. 7- &7-16-Mo


CALHOUN. COUNTY
2008-2009 CDBG PROJECT
PROJECT # 14.135


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS

The Calhoun. County Board of
County Commissioners will re-
.ceive sealed bids from any quali-
fied person, company or corpora-
tion interested in constructing:

CALHOUN COUNTY 2008-2009
CDBG PROJECT

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

This project is a new construc-
tion roadway paving project which
consists of grading, shaping, and
compacting limerock, reworking
shoulders, placing asphalt, and
striping the roadway.

All bidders shall be pre-qualified
with the Florida Department of
Transportation per Section 2-1 of
the F.D.O.T. Standard Specifica-
tions for Road and Bridge Con-
struction, latest edition.

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


LEGAL NOTICBS,


The Calhoun County Board of
County Commissioners will re-
ceive sealed bids from any quali-
fied person, company or corpora-
tion interested in constructing the
following project:

IOLA ROAD
CULVERT REPLACEMENT

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

The project consists of removing
and replacing an existing cross
drain under lola Road and replac-
ing asphalt at the culvert site.

Completion date for this project"
will be 60 days from the date of
the Notice to Proceed presented
to the successful bidder. .

Liquidated damages for failure to
complete the project on the speci-
fied date will be set at $200.00 per
day.

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

Bids will be received until 2:00
p.m. (CT), on Tuesday, July 21,
2009, at the Calhoun County
Clerk's Office, Calhoun County
Courthouse,. 20859 Central Ave-
nue East, Room 130, Blountstown,
Florida 32424, and will be opened
and read aloud on Tuesday, July
21, 2009, at 5:00 p.m. (CT).

Cost for Plans and Specifications
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 bid, to accept
and/or reject any or all bids, and
to accept the bid that in their judg-
ment will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.

If you have any questions, please
call Matt Carpenter at (850) 643-
2771. 7asn 7-


Liquidated damages for failure to
complete the project on the speci-
fied date will be set at $200.00 per
day.

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

Bids will be received until 2:00
p.m. (C.T), on Tuesday, July 21,
2009, at the Calhoun County
Clerk's Office, Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Ave-
nue East, Room 130, Blountstown,
Florida 32424, and will be opened
and read aloud on Tuesday, July
21,2009, at 5:00 p.m. (C.T.).

Cost for Plans and Specifications
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 bid, to accept
and/or reject any or all bids, and
to accept the bid that in their judg-
ment will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.

If you have any questions, please
call Matt Carpenter at (850) 643-
2771 or carpenterm@preble-rish.
com. 78&7-1-09

IOLA ROAD CULVERT
REPLACEMENT
PROJECT # 14.132.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS


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JULY 8,2009 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17


Using weed killers in the heat may result in damage


by Theresa Friday,
Horticulture Extension Agent,
Santa Rosa County
Lawn weeds drive some people
up the wall, while others couldn't
care less as long the yard is
green. Unless a lawn is properly
maintained, weeds will creep in.
The surest method to keep out
weeds is to maintain a healthy
lawn that provides consistent
coverage. As soon as thedesirable
grass thins or dies out, undesirable
weeds will immediately occupy
the ground-nature abhors a


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dollarweed
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on drier sites
while dollar-
weed grows
on wetter
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Weeds can be indicators of clues to the type of environmental commonly occur under certain
problems. Often, the presence and management problems. conditions, gardeners can mor


A community came together to save lives.

Today is a new day for trauma care.


Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare'would'like to thank all of the dedicated
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easily identify these problems
and correct them.
Crabgrass, for example, is a
good indicator of compacted soils,
overfertilization, low mowing
height, or poorly drained soils -
or a combination of these factors.
Heavy dollarweed infestations
are often the result of mowing too
low, failure to manage diseases
like large patch and/or the soil
being too wet. Red sorrel may
t indicate an acid soil and plantains
a may indicate an alkaline soil.
e An abundance of spotted spurge
and Florida pusley may indicate
nematode issues.
The presence of an indicator
weed suggests a condition but is
not proof of a condition. Contact
your local Extension Office for
confirmation of a problem.
There are three primary
methods of controlling weeds.
Any one method, when used
alone, will not usually control all
of your weeds. To consistently
control weeds you must use
a combination of all three
practices.
The first method is cultural.
Maintain a healthy lawn by
watering, fertilizing and mowing
properly. Formore information on
recommended cultural practices
for our Florida lawn grasses,
visit http://yourfloridalawn.ifas.
-ufl.edu/.
The next method is mechanical.
Many weed species do not tolerate
frequent mowing. Adhere to the
mowing frequency and cutting
height guidelines developed by
experts to limit the development
of weeds. Hand pulling annual
weeds is effective; however, in
our summer heat, this may be
difficult. Nevertheless, hand
pulling a strange or new weed
when it first appears in the lawn
will help to prevent the spread of
that weed later this year..
The third method, and last
resort, is chemical. Herbicides are
chemicals that are used to control
the growth and development of a
weed. As it gets hotter, we should
be very careful what chemicals we
use on our lawns, since they also
can cause dead or stressed areas.
If applying .herbicides make
sure the lawn is not under
moisture stress (received water
within the last 24-48 hours), and
that the chemical being used is
not applied during the hottest
part of the day (1-3 PM). Some
herbicides cannot be used when
the temperature is above 85
degrees F.
Because using weed killers can
be tricky third time ofyear, you may
want to avoid using them during
the months of July and August
unless you are really careful with
the equipment calibration and
application rates.
While gardening enthusiasts
may tire of hearing it --the label
is the law. Read and follow all
instructions before buying and
before using any pesticide. Know
what the weed is that you are
aiming to kill. Be sure that the
product says that it can be used
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One Voice Youth Rally Friday, July 10


ONE VOICE Ministries in-
vites you to join us for a life-
changing, spirit-filled experience
at ONE VOICE Youth Rally in
Bristol on Friday, July 10.
The service will begin at 7
p.m. (ET). It is being hosted this
month at the Bristol Pentecostal
Holiness Church on Solomon
Street. ONE VOICE Ministries
*is a non-denominational move-


ment whose passion is to see re-
vival sweep thru this community
and transform lives. Friday's
services will kick off with pre-
show entertainment at 6:45 p.m.,
followed by door prizes, videos,
a live praise and worship band
and a message from the Word
delivered by Michael Collins.
Adult supervision will be'pro-
ftled to ensure a safe environ-


ment.
If you have any questions,
please feel free to contact Mi-
chael Collins at (850) 643-8663
or Derek Causseaux at (850)
643-2144, or email us at, one-
'voiceministry@yahoo.com.

Bring all of your friends and
family, and make plans now to
join us this Friday night!


SHIRLEY JEAN BURKE


BLOUNTSTOWN Shirley Jean Burke, 67,
of Blountstown, passed away Wednesday, July
1, 2009 in Panama City. She lived most of her
life in Calhoun County and worked for the Cal-
houn County School Board as a bus driver for 27
years and for Calhoun County Senior Citizens
for 17 years. She was a member of Williams.
Memorial Methodist Church in Scotts Ferry.
Survivors include her husband, Arlon Burke
of Blountstown; three sons, Richard Burke. of
Blountstown, Keith Burke and his wife, Kelly
of Altha and Tim Jinks and his wife, Greta of
Blountstown; two daughters, Cynthia Weeks and


her husband, Phillip of Wewahitchka and Shirley
Michelle Reddick and her husband, Scottie Paul
of Bristol; a brother, Johnny Frank Johnson and
his wife, Winell of Clarksville; 14 grandchildren,
April, Tristen, Kayla and Dillon Burke, Kelly,
Michael, Britney and Ishiah Weeks, Skyla, Des-
tiny and Anthony Reddick, Becky, Kimberly and
Hunter Jenks.
Memorial services were held Friday, July
3 from the Adams Funeral Home Chapel with
Reverend John Kramer officiating.,
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown was in
charge of the arrangements.


It was a joy to serve our community at this year's

Community Independence Day Celebration,


BUT...we didn't do it alone!

RIVERTOWN COMMUNITY CHURCH would like to express our appreciation to
two local organizations who partnered with us to help fund this year's event:
Ramsey's Piggly Wiggly who generously donated all the food and drinks.
Also, to a local organization (who asked to stay anonymous) that continues
to give back to this community, gave $3400.00 towards the expense of
the fireworks. In addition, we'd like to thank all of the following, who
partnered with us and gave of their time and services:


* Adams Funeral Home
* Altha Farmer's Coop
* Big Bend Bait & Tackle
* Blountstown Elementary School.
* Blountstown Main Street
* Chief Glen Kimbrel &
Blountstown Police Department
SBlountstown Rotary Club
* Buffalo Rock Pepsi
* Calhoun County Commissioners
* Calhoun Cbunty School Board
* Sheriff David Tatum &
Calhoun County Sherriff's Department
* Calhoun Liberty Journal
* Calhoun Liberty Hospital
* City of Blountstown


SClassic Cleaners
SCoca-Cola Company
SFrank Snowden
SJohn & Donna Connelly
SKenneth Waldroff
SMerle Norman
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
Panhandle Saddle Club
SPeavy's Funeral Home
SPhilip Hill & Hill Communications
SRed .Oak Community Mennonite Church
The County Record
The Diamond Corner
SVictory Christian Academy
SWest Side Volunteer Fire Department


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Technology Camp on June 24-26, Several boys are shown below as they
sponsored by the Calhoun County take part in a video game competition to
Sheriff's Office and was funded through hone their reflexes.


LEFT: A model rocket is launched at camp. BELOW LEFT: Instructor David Simpson (green shirt) gives a demonstration on now to use a bwr t
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-- ,-,:-- -- '' Whirlpool washer and dryer, ex-
ITEMS FOR SALE cellert condition, two years old,
S$200 pair. Call 762-8589 or 899-
8589. 7-8,7-16
Upright piano, free, you move. CallDryer,$50.all 643-9840. 7-, 7-
643-9840. 7-8, 7-15 a4-94. 7-,7-


TRUCKS & SUVS

2002 Chevy Trailblazer, very clean,
runs good, high mileage, $5,000
OBO. Call 272-0358. 7-8,7-15


M-


Desk, $30;' red bicycle, $50. Call
674-3264. 7-8,7-15
Vertical blinds, 8 ft. wide by 50 inch-
es long. In good condition, alabaster
in color, $25. Call 674-8385.
7-8,7-15

Oval table, no chairs, all wood, $30.
Call 762-3455. 7-8,7-15

Wooden oval dining table with four
chairs, $50. Call 643-5957.
7-8.7-15

Bedroom suit, king headboard,
dresser with mirror, writing desk and
chair, $50; computer desk, $25; twin
size headboard, footboard, side rails
and night stand, metal, $20; wom-
-an's cowboy boots, size 7 1/2 never
worn, $50; women's SAS shoes,
.Size. 8M, black loafers, new, $10;
dark green full size headboard and
footboard.with spindles, side rails,
$20; queen-size Craftmatic bed, no
mattress, $150; non-digital console
tv, $10; extra long wood table with
drawers, perfect for shop as work-
bench, $20. Call 643-9840. 7-8,7-15

Cameras: Nikon 35mm y/lens; Fu-
jica 35mm w/telephoto lens; Braun
lens, Yashica D camera. All for
$100. Call 643-9840. 7-8,7-15

Four-wheel rubber tire buggy, two
person spring loaded seat (not buck-
board) with full size leather harness
with collar, both in excellent condi-
tion, $1,000. Will email pictures to
serious inquires. Call 762-2174 or
762-2185, leave message. 7-1,7-8

Large goldfish pond (as seen at
Lowe's) like new, never been put in
ground, $50 OBO: Call 762-2174 or
762-2185, leave message. 7-1,7-8

Pint canning jars, call 674-8437.
7-1,7-8

Brass ceiling lights, $15 each; dis-
play counter, $15-20; boys' jeans
sizes 8 & 10, never worn, $8 each.
Call 674-3264. 7-1,7-8

Four vinyl (white) replacement
windows, (67" tall x 33 1/2" wide) in
great condition w/screens, $30 each
or all for $100. Possible installation.
Call 762-2174 or 762-2185, leave
message. 7-1,7-8

Large vinyt-(white) half-moon bay
window, (76" long x 38" high at tall-
est point) in great condition, possi-
ble installation, $80 OBO. Call 762-
2174 or 762-2185, leave message.
7-1,7-8
55-gallon steel drums with lids,
25, $10 each, excellent storage.
Call 592-5780; 6-24, 7-15


APPLIANCES

Amana 22 cubic foot side by side
refrigerator (white) in excellent
condition. Has water & ice maker in
door. Ice maker needs to be checked
out, $200. Call 674-8385. 7-8,7-15

ESB 16-bulb tanning bed in good
condition, everything works, $600.
Call 447-2772. 7-8,7-15


Electric Kenmore over or under
baker's oven (for flat top cooking
range) made to go under counter-
Stop or in wall space, great condition,
measures .23 1/2" wide x 28" tall,
two years old, $100. Call 762-2174
or 762-2185, leave message. 7-1,7-8



ELECTRONICS


RCA 27" color TV, cable ready,
$100. Call 762-8193. 7-8, -15

Suzuki digital piano, lots of bells
and whistles, $800. Call 643-9840.
7-8,7-15

UFC 2009 Undisputed game for X-
box 360, $50 new, played only two
days. Call 674-7138. 7-1,7-8

Compaq Presario: computer, sil-
ver, Set: 80 mhz, DVD/CD writer/
burner, usb and power surge pro-
tection, cords included, $300. Call
643-1428, evenings. 7-1,7-8

Ibuypower Gaming laptop. 17"
widescreen HD, 2mb ram, 2.4Ghz
Core 2 Duo T8300 processor, NVidia
8600M GS video card. Windows Vis-
ta OS, padded Targus carrying caseI
and battery charger. $1,000 OBO.
Call Adam at 209-5358. Please
leave message if no answer.
7-1,7-8

Texas Instruments T183 Plus
graphing calculator with instruc-
tion book. Paid $100 asking $40.
Call 643-7896. UFN

Tell 'em you saw it
in the JOURNAL!


CARS


1990 Honda Accord, 4-door, runs
great, cracked windshield, $1,200
OBO. Call 447-4775. 7-8, 7-15


1987 Plymouth Horizon, $2,000
OBO. Call 762-8193. 7-8,7-15

1997 Toyota Avalon, good on gas,
leather seats, cold A/C, 170K miles,
drives nice, $1,200. Call 273-2880.
S 7-1 7-8

1998 Pontiac Sunfire, rebuilt mo-
tor, less than 2,000 miles, new tires,
automatic, new AC, excellent condi-
tion, $5,500. Call 643-4402 leave
Message. 7-1,7-8

1999 Subaru Impreza 2.5 RS
coupe, black, auto, A/C, 17" wheels,
GReddy Catback exhaust. Runs and
looks pretty good. Could use some
work to bring it to its former glory,
stock wheels, GReddy lip spoiler,
center console and fuel sending unit
on hand and included 238k miles.
Letting it go for $2,500 OBO, which
is well under Kelly Blue book. Call
Adam at 209-5358. Please leave
Message if no answer.
S7-1,7-8


2003 Chevy Trailblazer, grey with
leather seats, 3rd row seating, pow-
er windows & locks, sunroof, dual
DVD player. Call 643-2396 or 643-
6432. 7-8,7-15

Trucks: 1976 Ford 4x4, 4-wheel
drive; 1976 Ford 2-wheel drive and
1979 Ford 2-wheel drive. $4,000
for all three. Call 566-9323 or 508-
1600. 7-8; 7-15-
1989 Ford Diesel, 7.3 engine, roll-
back, in good condition. Call 762-
8589 or 899-8589. 7-8. 7-15

2000 Jeep Wrangler, 4x4 Sahara
Edition, black w/green interior, soft
top, 106,000 miles, excellent.con-
dition, $7,600. Call Susan at 674-
5456. 7-1,7-8


AUTO ACSSORkES

Transfer case for Chevy Z71 pick-
up truck, $300 OBOi bed liner for
Chevy Z71 truck, $300 OBO. Call
670-1762. 7-1,7-8

Edge Power chip for 2003-04
Dodge Cummins Diesel 5.9L (like
new, six months old) excellent con-
Sdition, asking $250 OBQ, retails for
over $500 new. Call 762-2174 or
762-2185, leave message. 7-1,7-8

Chrome gas cap for a 2006-2009
Hummer H3, brand new still in box,
paid $139 will sell for $75. Call Su-
san at 674-5456. 7-1,7-8


MOTORCYCLES

&ATVS


1989 Harley Davidson Ultra Clas-
sic. One owner, black'& silver, looks
& runs great, $8,900. Call 674-
8385. 7-8,7.15

2002 Honda 1100, windshield,
saddlebags, pipes, 10,600 miles,
$3,500. Call 643-7592. 7-8,7-15

2005 Honda 500 4x4, two sets tires
and rims, drop basket, low hours,
$4,500. Call 557-2879. 7-8, 7-15

2009 Harley Davidson SLHX, street
glide, 2,000 miles, bought new in
Feb. 09. Call 272-0358. 7-1.7-8


LOST & FOUND

LOST: three dogs, black/white
Chihauhua and her two puppies,
approximately 12-16 weeks old.
Colored black & white and black
& white with white feet, they have
huge ears. Went missing June 26
behind Lake Mystic Church. Please
call 643-5559 with any information.
7-8,7-15
FOUND: puppy, male, black with
grey on legs and around his bottom,
approximately six weeks old, found
on White Water Grade Road on July.
2. Call 896-5732 for more, informa-
Stion. 7-8, 7-15


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CLASr S IFIDS

To place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon.Eastern
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STflR- atMrA r Esite saue
Saturday, July 11 & 18
SCOPE S Starting at 7 a.m.
9773 NW Bears
Week of Head Rd. in Altha
To place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon Eastern Bedroom & living room
July 12 to July 18 furniture, washing
Time on Saturday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. machine kitchen.


LOST: brown mutt hound, white
patch on chest, floppy ears, long tail,
about knee high tall. Last seen be-
tween Harvey's and Hospital. Call
674-3885. 7-8,7-15

FOUND: adult dog, wolf-like fea-
tures, very sweet and friendly, has
collar. Found.on C.R. 4 in Calhoun
County. Call Sandra at 643-7149.
7-8, 7-15
LOST: two puppies, approximately
three months old, both male, one
light brindle, other brown brindle.
Lost on Hwy. 67 and Blaze Pine
Road below Telogia. Call 379-
8222.
7-, 7-15
FOUND: Jack Russell mix dog,
red and white, medium size, found
NW CR 67. Anyone can claim, call
643-4491, house with red tin roof
and chain link fence. 7-8, 7-15



TOOLS'A HEND

.,Q PMENT

Pipe threading wrench set, $150.
Call 762-8193. 7-8,7-15
One row seed planter, $50. Call
762-8193. 7-8,7-15
Millermatic 250 welder MIG with
aluminum spool gun, $1,500; Hy-
pertherm plasma cutter, $1,250.
Call 670-1762. 7-17-8



HOMES &LANtD


1999 Fleetwood doublewide mo-
bile home in Bristol, four large bed-
rooms with large walk-in closets and
retreat off. master bedroom. Large
master bathroom with garden tub as
well as two full regular baths, large
kitchen, has a family room and living
room, dining room, and utility robm,
lots of closets and cabinet spaces.
On one acre of land, asking $78,500.
Call 643-5957. 7-8

House for sale in Hosford, one
acre'on Talquin Circle, 2 bed/1 bath,
$66,000. Call 510-4120 or 877-
0884. 7-1, 7-8
3 bed, 3 bath home on 1.1 acres in
Blountstown. The home is approx-
imately 2,100 sq ft. Located near
and walking distance to schools,
stores, restaurants, city park, and
bike trail. Zoned commercial/resi-
dential, with large pole barn and
24x24 workshop. Asking $138,000
negotiable. For info, call (850) 899-
0259, 850-443-1924, or email us for
info/pictures at cbb.brb498@yahoo.
com. 7-1,7-8

1.4 acres land in Hosford for sale.
Hwy. frontage. Call 643-7326 or
212-8300. e-7,8-19

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

PETS/SUPPLIES

Free to good home: beautiful full
blooded male Irish Setter. Ap-
pears to be between 1-3 yrs. old,


excellent with kids and other ani-
mals. Sweet personality and minds
very well. Came to our home with
broken chain, have had him now for
almost a year, wonderful dog just
Shave too many others. He would
need a fenced yard or large area in
the country, he likes to run. If inter-
ested, please call 674-4720, leave
message if no answer. 7-8,7-15

Free to good home: one small fe-
male dog, appears to be full-blood-
ed toy size Rat Terrier, young, very
small dog, friendly and active, she
was dropped off at local church with
two pups, one male pup left, almost
solid black looks like Rat Terrier, ap-
proximately 10 weeks old, both look
healthy. Call 643-5355, leave mes-
sage if no answer. 7-8,7-15

Free goldfish. Call 643-5348 for
more details. 7-8, 7-15

Four free kittens, three males, one
Female. Call 674-1838. 7-8,7-15

Black Lab/Bulldog mix puppies,:
ready" to go in two months, $75 each.
Call 237-1732. 7-1,7-8

Catahoula puppies, approximately
six weeks old, free to a good home,
proven hog dogs. Call 867-8296.
7-1,7-8
Black and white male cat free. He
has been neutered and has had all
shots, shy but affectionate, less than
a year old. Call 762-3770, leave
message. 7-1,7-8
Female Shitzu dog, $70. Call 674-
3264. 7-1,7-8

Wolf/Husky mix puppies, shots
and wormed, eight weeks old, $100
each; Shitzu, eight weeks old, shots
and wormed, $100 each. Call 762-
8566. 7-1,7-8
.Dark colored Jack Donkey, four
years old, handles well, $75 OBO.
SCall Tina at 762-2174 or.762-2185,
leave message. 7-1, 7-8

Free to a good home: Black Lab
mixed dog, approximately a year
old. Call 762-4398. 7-1,7-8

Two six-month-old Blue Pit Bull-
dogs, male and female, had shots
and everything, ready to go, $50
each. Call 237-1301. 7-1,7-8



WANTED


Maternity and baby girl clothes.
Call 762-8566. 7-8,7-15


1999 16x80 Redman
single-wide, 3 br, 2
bath, new appliances

*21,500


Garden tiller in good shape, rea-
sonably priced. Call 674-7854.
7-8, 7-15

Aluminum boat, more than 10 ft.
long. Call 762-8343. 7-1,7-8

Junk cars and trucks, any con-
dition. We pay cash. Call 762-
8459 or 272-1126 cell. UFN



WATERCRAFT
'& SUPPLIES

14 ft. Fiberglass V-hull boat, 18
hp. Evinrude electric motor, trailer,
$1,200. Call 762-2525. 7-1,7-8

18 ft. Stratus Bass boat, 120 hp
Johnson, new trolling motor (bought
in the spring) everything works, ask-
ing $3,000. Call 625-6587. 7-1,7-8

Boat, motor and tilt-back trailer.
Fiberglass boat, 13 1/2 ft. long, two
seats (one new, never used), 7 1/2
hp Mercury motor with new gas
tank,, completely rebuilt and has not
been in water since (re-built by Tru-
man Holley in Blountstown). Fish-
ing reels, rods and tackle box with
lots of fishing gear. Fine set up for a
fisherman. Call 674-4554. 7-1,7-8



GI;GUNS-

Bushmaster Carbon-15 M-4, new
with EoTech 512 Holographic sight,
six position telescoping stock, flip up
rear sight, $1,500. Call 272-5193.
7-1,7-8


YARD SALES

Cherie White is having ayard sale
Saturday, July 11 at her house,
(gray two story on the right) four
miles down C.R. 69, Hugh Creek
Road beginning at 8 a.m. Items
include three nice TVs, electric
guitar and amp, neon signs, black
leather bar stools; golf club sets,
chest of drawers, glider/rocker, little
girl clothes size 5-6, little girl shoes,
pageant dress, electronics, antique
student desk chair, silk plants and
flowers, ten-speed bike with child
carrier, bed rails, men's hats, Gate-
way computer, toys and lots more.
Call 674-4640 for more information.
Saturday, July 11 starting at 8
a.m. on Hwy. 69 S at Wood Ceme-
tery Road, look for signs. Furniture,
knick-knacks, clothes for 50 cents,
rugs, a little of everything.


1999 16x80 Fleetwood
double-wide, 2 bd,
S2 bath, new appliances

$24,500


' FOR SALE


Young's Mobile Homes
4 miles north ofAltha on Hwy. 71

1 Call 762-3342 i


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Medical Technologist One C areercenter
i"eea, a e sa auite,=
Wanted BbuntatoWr-hhons (850) 674e08
Duties: The following positions are
Perform medical lab tests, available: Construction Trades
procedures & analysis. Helper, Janitorial, Dietetic
Requilements- Technician, Construction
*Bachelor's *2 yrs exp Worker, Office Clerk, Food
*FL Clinical Laboratory Service Worker, Production
Technologist License req. Manager, Truck Driver.
EOE
Salary COmm w/eXp. Servlce Chipola Workforce Board UFN

Resume needs to a
be sent2o: .
Calhoun Liberty Hospital
Attn.: Dana MeMn, Lab Mgrw
20370 NE Burns Ave,
PO Box 419
Blountstown, FL 32424 E u

Liberty County School Board
Job Opening
The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica-
tions for the following position for the 2009-2010 school
year. A complete administrative application listing three
(3) professional references and resume is required. It
will need to0be submitted in the Information and Opportuni-
ties section of the online application at the LCSB website,
'www.lcsbonline.org. Once in-this area, follow the "step by
step" directions. After completing application, it must be at-
tached to the position. Any computer with internet access
may be used, i.e. (Home, Library, One Stop Career Center,
Adult School, etc.).
Those without computer access may come to the District
Administration office and complete your application. As-
sistance will be provided, if needed. CURRENT SALARY
SCHEDULE and reasonable accommodations for corn-m
pleting forms and interviews are available for people with
.disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for
reasonable accommodations, please contact the Office of
the Superintendent.
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
KINDERGARTEN 8
LOCATION: TOLAR SCHOOL
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
*Master's Degree from an accredited educational institution;
tEligible for or working toward certification in Educational
Leadership, Administration and Supervision or Educational
Administration;
*Certification requirements must be met within three (3)
years of hiring date.
*Minimum of three (3) years successful teaching.
*Must provide written references upon request from the
Superintendent.
KNOWLEDGE. SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
*Knowledge of federal, state and local laws, regulations and policies
governing education.
*Knowledge of curriculum and instructional programs and prac-
tices for Kindergarten 8.
*Knowledgp of budgetary and supervisory responsibilities.
*Knowledge of athletics / scheduling and supervision.
*Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
*Ability to work with people in a positive, effective manner.
*Ability to use effective public speaking skills, interaction skills and
problem-soling skills.
*Ability to analyze and use data.
*Ability to organize, prioritize and manage time effectively.
SALARY: $60,974.00 $68,858.00
Applications will be received from:
July 1, 2009 July14, 2009
EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON G 1EARANCE OF
FINGERPRINTS AND DRUG TEST
nploymrnt opportunities aei offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin
'age, handicap or marital status. 7-a-o9


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.in M arianna U. I l ll&. IU I 11U I 1 II I l bI 111 ll d ; I m ,u llu Ivlua I U
n Marianna able to multi task and operate a multi line phone system.
has immediate Skills in telephone etiquette are a must. Assist in dis-
in the patching and writing work orders. Performs related work
openings in e as required. Must pass background screening.
Blountstown and
Cottondale areas for Applications can be picked up
Monday-Friday, 7 a.m-4 p.m. at
LPNs City Hall
"-- 20591 Central Avenue West
Please apply at: Blountstown, FL 32424
INTERIM HEALTHCARE Closing date for applications will be
4306 Fifth Ave., Marianna, Wednesday, July 22, 2009.
call 850-482-2770 or online
The City of Blountstown is an Equal Opportunity
at interimhealthcare.com. Employer and is a Drug Free Workplace.



CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
Notice of Job Opening

Title: ELECTRIC LINEMAN

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
This is skilled work in the construction, maintenance and operation of underground and
overhead electrical distribution system. The work involves the performance of skilled tasks
in accordance with standard trade practices in construction, operation and maintenance of
the municipally-owned electricdistribution system.
Job Duties: -
*Install or repair cables or wires used in electrical power or distribution systems.
*May erect poles and light or heavy duty transmission towers.
*Open switches or attach grourding-devices to remove electrical hazards from disturbed
or fallen lines or to facilitate repairs.
*Climb poles or use truck-mounted buckets to access equipment.
*Cut, trim, remove vegetation from power lines, easements and rights-of-way of the distri-
bution system.
*Install, maintain, and repair electrical distribution and transmission systems, including
conduits,-cables, wires, and.related equipment, such as transformers, circuit breakers,
and switches.
*Place insulating or fireproofing materials over conductors and joints.
*Identify defective sectionalizing devices, circuit breakers, fuses, voltage regulators, trans-
formers, switches, relays, or wiring, using wiring diagrams and electrical-testing instru-
ments.
*Drive vehicles equipped with tools and materials to job sites.
*Coordinate work assignment preparation and completion with other workers.
*Inspect and test power lines and auxiliary equipment to locate and identify problems, us-
ing reading and testing instruments,
*String wire conductors and cables between poles, towers, trenches, pylons, and build-
ings, setting lines in place and using winches to adjust tension.
*Required to perform overtime work when called during off-duty hours if problems occur in
the distribution system or to connect customers. Frequently works in inclement weather.
*Other Duties as may be assigned.
Training & Experience:
*Minimum 10 years of work experience in the field as a lineman working distribution, or
transmission systems.
*Must be certified as a Lineman with proper training and certification.
*Class B CDL
Other:
*Must have a clean record
*Pass a DOT Physical
*City of Blountstown is a Drug Free Work Place and an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Resumes may be submitted to the office of the City Manager during the regular City work-
ing hours of 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., Monday Friday at 20591 Central Avenue West,
Blountstown, Florida 32424 through July 15, 2009. Interviews will be granted only upon
invitation.

SDRUG-FREE WORK PLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
*F: .. :-
BY: R.W. D EASON, MAYOR
ATTEST: JAMES A. WOODS, CITY MANAGER ' ,-,a1Sy
6-3,6-104,6-17aJulya


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City of Blountstown

CLERK TYPIST

The City of Blountstown, has an opening for a
CLERK TYPIST. This is an entry-level position.
This position requires general office skills, excellent cus-
tomer service and communication skills, teller skills along
with computer knowledge, including Microsoft Office.
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JULY 8, 2009 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 23


Minutes from
Officialminutes fromtihe
Juni 8, 2009 regular meeting ..
of the Bristol City Council as
Recorded by the City Clerk.

This meeting was called to order
by Chairman Brigham Shuler, with
Council members Bobby Reddick
and John Fairchild present. City
Clerk Robin Hatcher, Attorney Da-
vid-House, and Mayor Betty Brant-
ley were also present. Council
members Meiko Whitfield and Mitch
Willis were not in attendance.
Opening prayer was offered by
Michael Wahlquist. The Pledge of
Allegiance was led by Councilman
Reddick.,
Councilman. Fairchild moved
.to approve the previous month's
minutes, seconded by Councilman
Reddick, all voted in favor.
Councilman Reddick moved to
approve the,monthly bills for pay-
ment, seconded by Councilman
Fairchild, approved by all.
The council, considered a site
plan application submitted by Lib-
erty County Board of County Comn-,
missioners to build an Emergency
Operations Center (EOC) at 10979
NW Spring Street. Based upon the
opinion of Tony Arrant, AICP who af-
Ster review of the application agreed
that it was inicompliance with the
City of Bristol Comprehensive Plan
and: Land Development codes, a
statement by Justin Ford of Preble-
Rish, Inc. confirming that the plans
meet the current DEP stormwater
management requirements, ac-
knowledgment by the council that
they recognize that access to the
EOC comes off of Solomon Street
which is a city street, and there be-


the regular meeting of Bristol City Council held June 8
ing no objections from the public .Concepts, Inc. inquired whether the problem was a "city issue" or chose to charge a service repair fee
Reddick moved to approve the site the city would be interested in spon- a "customer issue". She further for customer related issues so that
plan application for the EOC, sec- scoring LCHS Cheerleaders' Spirit explained that each residence's customers could get repaired in a
onded by Fairchild, carried by all. Footballs. The council agreed by electrical panel was designed very timely manner. The council direc-
Justin Ford of Preble-Rish, Inc. general consensus that the city pump specific which means that dif- tives were: Maintenance is to go
provided the engineer's report for would not sponsor the Spirit Foot- ferent models of grinder pumps are out and look at the pump to deter-
the council. balls. not interchangeable with the electri- mine the nature of the problem and
Aridrea Skrabal updated the At Chairman Shuler's request, cal upgrades that were made, so a correct it if it is a city issue (stopped
council on current and upcoming a motion was made to require the customer doesn't have the option up.at the main); maintenance is to
grant writing activities. Chairman to review and approve, of just purchasing another grinder give the customer a copy of the pol-
The first reading of proposed everything that goes to the news- pump from a source of their choice, icy adopted.fixing the responsibility
Ordinance #2009-01, AN QRDI- paper for printing before it goes to and further, that in order for a cus- of repairing the pump as the prop-
NANCE AMENDING NUISANCE the paper, seconded by Reddick, tomer to repair their grinder pump erty owners responsibility; main-
ORDINANCE 04-04, was read carried by all. they will have to obtain parts which tenance is to advise the customer
aloud by Attorney House by title. Teddy Eubanks requested a 3 are specific for their grinder pump that all variances from this policy
Reddick moved to approve adver- month extension for clean-up of his which have to be ordered from the must come before the council for
tising. the proposed adoption and properties. Fairchild moved to ap- manufacturer of the pump. Addi- approval; maintenance is to ensure
2nd reading of proposed Ordinatrce prove the 3 month extension, sec- tionally, repairs really require some- that parts are kept on hand/in stock
#2009-01, seconded by Fairchild, onded by Reddick, carried unani- one who is familiar with the grinder for purchase by the customer; ex-
carried unanimously. mously; pump.because they are quite com- tra grinder pumps are to be kept on
Sharon Gaskin, Executive Direc- John Shuler requested that Bris- plex and even our employees had hand for purchase by the customer;
tor, North Florida Child Development tol VFD finish burning a partially to be trained by a representative in maintenance is to bring a proposed
requested a letter of support for burned structure located on one order for them to understand how to, repair fee schedule back to the
NFCD, Inc. to apply for Early Child- of his properties. Reddick moved set them, etc. She further reminded council for further consideration;
hood Services through Early Head to deny his request, seconded by the council that repairs needed to Justin Ford of Preble-Rish, Inc. is to
Start Funds and a letter of support Fairchild, carried by all. be done ina timely manner because check with.the City of Blountstown
for NFCD, Inc. to apply for Early Maintenance Supervisor Shan- when a grinder pump is down re-' and the City of Chattahoochee to
-Childhood -Services through Head non Phillips requested that the pair time is critical in order to avoid see how they handle grinder pump
SStart Funds. Reddick moved to ap- council clarify again who is respon- backing up into a customer's home repair issues.
prove submitting a letter of support sible for repair of sewer grinder and advised the council that even Attorney House recommended
for both Early Head Start Funds and .pumps placed at residences, indi- the city has a difficult time ordering that the chairman speak with a lob-
for Head Start Funds, seconded by rating that the maintenance depart- parts from the manufacturer and a byist who is-working with Calhoun
Fairchild,-all voted in favor. ment was receiving a lot of work customer can't wait a week or two County tosee what type of proposal
Lori York of the FSET (Food orders to check or repair,malfunc- for parts in order to make repairs. he might make in order to lobby for.
Stamp Program) requested that the tioning grinder pumps, and that it Her opinion was that the city needs stimulus funds and grants for the
Council consider providing work was their understanding that the to make service calls to determine City of Bristol. Chairman Shuler
.opportunities for volunteers who customerlproperty owner was re- the nature of the problem (city or agreed -to meet with the lobbyist
participate in the FSET Program sponsible for their grinder pump customer related), and that the city and report back to the council.
to attain community work volunteer once it was placed on their property keep parts for. repairs on hand and There being no further business,
hours. The council agreed by gen- and that the grinder pump no longer grinder pumps on hand available for Reddick mpved to adjourn, second-
eral consensus that working civilian belonged to the City. Clerk Hatcher purchase from the customer if the ed by Fairchild, all voted in favor.
volunteers would conflict with the explained to the council that when council mandates that the customer Meeting adjourned at 7:25 p.m.
city's practice of utilizing inmate la- a grinder pump alarm goes off, she be charged for the parts/pump re-
bor daily, and therefore denied the believed the city needed to make a placement, and that the city offer Chairman: Brigham S. Shuler
request. senrice call to determine whether repair service, even. the council City Clerk: Robin M. Hatcher


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