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Title: The Calhoun-Liberty journal
Portion of title: Calhoun Liberty journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Liberty Journal, Inc.
Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
Publication Date: 10-10-2012
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bristol (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Liberty County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Calhoun County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Liberty -- Bristol
Coordinates: 30.426944 x -84.979167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Sept. 1991.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 38 (Sept. 18, 1991).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002046630
oclc - 33425067
notis - AKN4565
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Preceded by: Weekly journal (Bristol, Fla.)

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Speak Up!....10 Antique & gift shop opens...11 VFD Fundraiser....12 Obituaries....23 Outdoors Down South.....29 Sheriff's Log.......2 Calendar.......4 Goat Day & Moonlight Market plans announced.......5 Octoberfest in Bristol......9 CLJNews.com WEdnDNEsdaSDA Y, OcCTobOBER 10, 2012 Vol. 32, No. 41JOURRNAL TTHE CalALHounOUN-LIbBERTY 50INCLUDES TAX Five-year-old on ATV runs off road, into treeby Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Motorhome rolls over 86-year-old at Woodman campgroundby Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Deshanna Marlowe, 5, shows a PHIL COALE PHOTOPa ARaADEt TREatATSLt. James Lowery of the Liberty County Aaron Day it would be a good idea to go fundraiser in Hosford. SEESEE PA AGEE 3 den player during Friday nights game. SEESEE PA AGEE 24Blountstown HIgh School Homecoming Queen Courtney McFarland, left, accepts her roses weeks festivities.

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Speak Up!....10 Antique & gift shop opens...11 VFD Fundraiser....12 Obituaries....23 Outdoors Down South.....29 Sheriff's Log.......2 Calendar.......4 Goat Day & Moonlight Market plans announced.......5 Octoberfest in Bristol......9 CLJNews.com WEdnDNEsdaSDA Y, OcCTobOBER 10, 2012 Vol. 32, No. 41JOURRNAL TTHE CalALHounOUN-LIbBERTY 50INCLUDES TAX Five-year-old on ATV runs off road, into treeby Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Motorhome rolls over 86-year-old at Woodmen campgroundby Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Deshanna Marlowe, 5, shows a PHIL COALE PHOTOPa ARaADEt TREatATSLt. James Lowery of the Liberty County Aaron Day it would be a good idea to go fundraiser in Hosford. SEESEE PA AGEE 3 den player during Friday nights game. SEESEE PA AGEE 24Blountstown HIgh School Homecoming Queen Courtney McFarland, left, accepts her roses weeks festivities.

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 3 Paid Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Ken Futch, NPA, for Calhoun County Sheriff Committed ProvenProfessionalism, Fairness and Compassion Through nearly 30 Years of Service, Education and Trailing Through Experience in Corrections, Enforcement Investigations and AdministrationJAILBAILCCommunity members raise $2,154 in bail to contribute to Hosford 8th grade Disney trip ANDNot even Judge Ken Hosford could help the good folks of Liberty County who found themselves behind bars Friday he was there with them! A number of people took time out of their day to make calls to collect bail to get out of jail after being arrested for a good cause Friday. Funds raised by the suspects were donated to Hosford Schools Eighth Grade Class and will be used for their endof-the year class trip to Disneyworld. As of Tuesday, the total raised was $2,154 and more pledges are still coming in. Participants jailed were: Swayne Branch, Noel Mercer, Kathy Brown, Marie Goodman, Jim Johnson, Ken Hosford, Russell Hosford, ell, Dusty Arnold, Kyle Peddie, Aaron Day, Eric Durham, Steve Campbell, Ramsey Piggly Wiggly (Bret Tanner), R&S Excavation, C&P Logging and Roger Reddick. TAKING AIMJason Ellis, Warden at Graceville Correctional facility, takes aim at an electronic target at Chipola Colleges Public Service Open House Oct. 4. Firearms Instructor Eddie Elmore coordinated the electronic range exhibit. More than 100 public servants from the Law Enforcement and Corrections fields attended. Chipola offers three academies in the public service: Corrections, Law Enforcement and Fire-Fighting. The college also offers advanced training in several areas. BELOW, FROM LEFT: Marianna Police Chief Hayes Baggett, Jackson Correctional Institution Warden Randall Bryant, Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough, Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts, Chipola Public Service Director Steve Anderson and Cottondale Police Chief William Watford were among those attending.

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The Calhoun-Liberty Journal is published each Wednesday by the Liberty Journal Inc., Summers Road, P.O. Box 536, Bristol, FL 32321. Annual subscriptions are $18. Periodicals postage paid at Bristol, FLPOSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: P.O. Box 536, Bristol, FL 32321. (USPS 012367) Summers RoadLocated at 11493 NW Summers Road in Bristol MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 536, Bristol, FL 32321 TELEPHONE (850) 643-3333 Fax (888) 400-5810 EMAIL: thejournal@fairpoint.net ADS: cljads@fairpoint.net JOURNAL STAFFJohnny Eubanks...................Publisher Teresa Eubanks........................ Editor Sandra Brown...................Bookkeeper Deven Lewis......Production Asssistant Debbie Duggar...................AdvertisingOFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. 6 p.m. M-FTHE CALHOUN-LLIBERtTY JOURNAL Visit us on Facebook at CLJNews Page 4 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OctoCTOBerER 10, 2012Thats how many copies of The Calhoun-Liberty Journal were distributed last week, ensuring plenty of coverage for your community announcements and great response for our business advertisers! 5,321 Wednesday, October 10 Monday, October 15 Tuesday, October 16 Sunday, October 14 Saturday, October 13 Thursday, October 11 Friday, October 12 TODAYS MEETINGSBBig BBend Hospice Advisory Council, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Apalachee Rest 7 p.m., Altha VFD AA, 6 p.m., Altha Community Center noon, Senior Citizens Center 5 p.m., Ag. Bldg., Conference Room across from Courthouse 6 p.m., Fire House 7 p.m., Dixie Lodge in Btown Calhoun Childrens Coalition/Calhoun Juvenile Justice Council, 1:30 p.m., W.T. Neal Civic Center, BtownTODAYS MEETINGS7 p.m., Veterans Civic Center 6 p.m., Altha Community Center 5-8 p.m. (CT), W.T. Neal Civic Center, Blountstown 7 p.m., Field HouseTODAYS MEETINGS, noon, Calhoun-Liberty Hospital 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. east door, in front of jailTODAYS MEETINGSAA, 7 p.m., basement of Calhoun County Courthouse 11 a.m., Apalachee Rest. 5 p.m. Calhoun Extension 8 p.m., Grace United Methodist Church, Hosford Adult Dance, 8-12 p.m. at the Legion Hall in BlountstownAttend the Church of your choice this Sunday Train DayVeterans Memorial Park 11 a.m.3 p.m. LCHS Dawgs vs. Bozeman High Home at 8 p.m. (ET) B-town Tigers vs. Marianna Away at 7 p.m. (CT) BIRTHDAYS Debbie Shepard Stephenie Ford Roberts BIRTHDAY ~ Sidney Johnson BIRTHDAYS Jacquez Brown, Karenda Ivory, Katelyn Bozeman, Chelsie Suber BIRTHDAYS C.W. OBrian, Titus Ty Overholt, LeTona Reed, Peggy Howland, Jo Ann Hayes, Genia Burke, Kammy Mann BIRTHDAY ~ Chad Dalton BIRTHDAYS Victoria Fant, Morgan McClendon, Steve Brown, Tim Young BIRTHDAYS Leigh Ann Summers, Charla Kearce, Jacob Summers, Michelle Futch Free soccer camp CAMP from 9 11 a.m. ages 4-8 years old Relay for life annual kickoff this Thursday The Calhoun/Liberty Relay for Life Kickoff is Thursday, Oct. 11 at 6 p.m. (CT). The event will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Blountstown. Please join us for a one hour event that will give you a glimpse of the 18 hour relay that will be held April 5, 2013. We are Huntn For A Cure so come out to help us get this Relay Season started. If you have questions, please feel free to call Sammy Singletary at (850) 643-7815, Dana Burns (850) 556-5414 or Shelly Burns (850) 661-6083. chili cookoff set Saturday, Oct. 20The Mossy Pond Volunteer Fire Department will be having their annual Chili Cook Off Saturday, Oct. 20 at the Mossy Pond VFD. Registration will begin at 4 p.m. Chili, crackers and a drink will served for $5 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Baked goods will also be sold. Judging will begin at 5:30 p.m. Come out support your VFD and enjoy visiting with your neighbors. Enjoy all the chili you can eat until it runs out! Anyone interested in entering should contact Jenny at 762-4432. The Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown will come alive Oct. 20 with tours, demonstrations of traditional crafts, blacksmithing, goat petting and hay rides, entertainment and old-fashioned activities for the annual Pioneer Day. There will b something for the whole family! Volunteers will be cooking biscuits and making crackling bread while musicians pick their instruments on porches at the cabins. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (CT). Pioneer Day is held in conjunction with the Blountstown Rotary Clubs Goat Day. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is a preservation of rural life in the Florida Panhandle. For further information on the Settlement, call (850) 674-2777.Pioneer Day Oct. 20 to feature hay rides, hot biscuits & moreThe Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will be having a syrup making class Saturday, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Nov. 10 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. (CT). This is a one day class. If you enjoy hands-on experience and would like to learn the art of syrup making, this is the place to be. Call now to reserve the day you would like to attend. All will enjoy this experience at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown. (Located behind Sam Atkins Park.) There are limited slots available so call (850) 674-2777, or email at info@ panhandlepioneer.org now to reserve your slot. The cost of this class is $50. All items needed for class are supplied. Calhoun Seniors plan December 15 trip to JacksonvilleCome join Calhoun County Senior Christmas spirit for a trip to the Alhambra Theatre in Jacksonville to see White Christmas. This musical is a stage adaptaWe will leave the Senior Center on Saturday, December 15 at 6 a.m. (CT). We will arrive at the theatre by 10 a.m. (CT) for lunch and the show starting at 12:15 p.m.. Trip should arrive back in Blountstown around 6 p.m. (CT). You do not have to be Cost of the trip is just $89 per person, due upon sign up. Trip includes: transportation to Jacksonville, admission to show and buffet lunch with lots of food and desserts! Call us at 674-4163 to sign up for this trip.Flu shots available at Calhoun County Sr. Center Oct. 17The Calhoun County Health Department will be at the Senior Center, 16859 NE Cayson St., Blountstown on Wednesday, shots. You will need to make an appointment with the Health Department ahead of time by calling Katrina at 643-2415 x249. They will bill Medicare for you or you can pay a will need to give them this information when you call for your appointment. Do not call the Senior Center because we cannot schedule an appointment for you.

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 5 EVENTS Call (850) 523-7441 or (877) 247-6512 to RSVP or for more information. (TTY: (850) 383-3534 or (877) 870-8943) 8 a.m.-8 p.m. seven days a week or visit us at: www.capitalhealth.com/Medicare Seminars will be held in Liberty & CCalhoun CCounties onTThursday, October 25, 11 a.m. (ETET) Liberty Senior Center, 15629 NW County Road 12, Bristol Monday, November 5, 11 a.m. (ETET) Hosford Senior Center, 17111 Florida 65, Hosford TThursday, November 8, 2 p.m. (CTCT) Calhoun Senior Center, 16859 NE Cayson St., Blountstown Moonlight Market in BBlountstown set for Oct. 25BLOUNTSTOWN Blountstown Main Street will be sponsoring another Moonlight Market on Thursday, Oct. 25 in downtown Blountstown. All booths will be set up on North Pear Street, the same as at the Fourth of July market. The event will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Artists, crafters, food and merchant vendors are invited to enter a free booth at the market. Farmers, bring your fresh produce to sell! The evening will kick off with a pet parade down North Pear. Bring your pets in costume to start the festivities (owners can dress up, too!). The BHS Project Graduation committee will be hosting a downtown Ghost Walk with all sorts of spooktacular tales. forum on North Pear Street. Candidates will draw a question from a hat, then have a chance to share their seeking. Bring your lawn chairs, then sit back and listen as the candidates talk issues. All candidates are invited to enter a booth at the market to answer questions from voters prior to the forum. To reserve your free booth space, call Kelli at 4472765. The 26th Annual Goat Day and Pioneer Day at the Pioneer Settlement, featuring goats, goat products, a goat show and a goat milking demonstration will be held Saturday, Oct. 20 beginning at 10 a.m. (CT). Many activities are planned for a day of family fun, including: Arts and crafts, food, games, Spiderman, face painting, Zoo World Shows throughout the day, magicians, hay rides and great live entertainment that will begin at 9 a.m. (CT). There will be free attractions and games for ages pony rides, train ride and special games, two coin digs, a greased pig and chicken chase. The games will begin at 11 a.m. Horse shows at the arena will be at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. and will be performed by Star Chasers! Parking is free. Handicap parking will also be available. Admission is $5 per person and children under the age of two are free. 26th annual Goat Day Oct. 20Goats, goat products, goat show and goat milking demonstrationsLCHS Class of plans 20th reunion on Oct. 12 and 13Attention LCHS Class of 1992, the 20 year class reunion for the LCHS Class of 1992 is this Friday and Saturday, October 12 and 13. The schedule of events is as follows: Friday, October 12 Pregame mixer at the Apalachee Restaurant at 6 p.m., then the LCHS vs. Bozeman football game at 8 p.m. (Reserved seating will be provided.) Saturday, October 13 Potluck Family Picnic at Veterans Memorial Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Please bring food to share.) Lady Anderson Dinner/ Dance Cruise originally scheduled for the evening of Saturday, Oct. 13 has been canceled. If you have any questions, please contact Angela (Woodham) Finch at (850) 643-6699.The Annual Edenfield Family Reunion will be held Sunday, Oct. 14 at 11 a.m. (CT), at Sam Atkins Park in Blountstown. All family and friends are invited to come and bring a covered dish. Paper goods (plates, napkins, cups and utensils) will be provided.

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Page 6 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 On TT arget For Him Skeet ShootABOVE LEFT: Up to shoot is the team sponsored by Kevin Brown Enterprises. RIGHT: Bill Kull up to shoot. LEFT: Winner for Top Individual, Jason Moss. DANIEL STANLEY PHOTOS ABOVE LEFT: Kim Nobles takes aim, shoots and misses. CENTER: Team Telogia Baptist standing ready for their turn at the targets. RIGHT: Calvin Foran takes his turn shooting. ITS VERY WiISE TO ADVERTiISE in the Calhoun-Liberty Journal and... CLJNews.cCOM The skeet shoot fundraiser for the Calhoun-Liberty Ministry Center was a great success. Initiated by the Christian Brotherhood of Hosford and Telogia, many more churches and individuals stepped up to support this event. Daniel Stanley said, We wanted to show our community that we are united under the name of Jesus Christ across denomiWe support the Ministry Center and its of our community. The teams and individuals placed as follows: *First place team: Team JG *Second place team: Team Leon *Third place team: Team Ren egade *First place individual (and winner of shotgun): Jason Moss *Second place individual: Jimmy Gaczewski *Third place individual: Steve Gunn One amazing shooter was Bill Kull of Clarksville. Early on in the development of the event, Bill was excited for the opportunity to shoot as well as raise money for the Ministry Center. He became concerned that he might not make the due to an illness. Thankfully Bill was healthy enough to participate in the event and from a wheelchair, he shot better than half of the other shooters! the Wetherby shotgun. More than 200 people participated as shooters, volunteers, or donors. Over $4,000 was raised for the Ministry Center. A huge thank you to the following sponsors: Big Bend Chapter of the Society of American Foresters, Randall and Linda Peddie, Daniel and Jessica Stanley, Gail Williams, Ken Futch, Henderson Veterinary Clinic, Blountstown Drugs, Harold and Pam Brown, Sherriff Donnie Conyers, C.W. Roberts Contracting, Conyers Hardwood Flooring, Florida Baptist Convention, Rivertown Community Church, McCoys, The County Record, The Calhoun-Liberty Journal, WPHK 102.7 FM, Woodmen of the World, Kevin Brown Enterprises, North Florida Fire Sprinkler, Leon Exterminators, Richter Financial Group, National Wild Turkey Federation, Macedonia Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Bristol and Telogia Baptist Church.

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 7 COMMENTARY WASHINGTONMERRY-GO-ROUNDby Douglas Cohn and Eleanor Clift Social media and the sensible center decide debateWASHINGTON President Obama often looked down when Gov. Romney spoke and he seemed slightly unsteady dential debate on style and the plaudits came quickly from most commentators. Then the fact checkers began to weigh in: Romney had indeed proposed a budget-busting $5 trillion tax cut, his debate protestations to the contrary notwithstanding. The undisclosed tax loopholes Romney would close undoubtedly would include elimination of the mortgage interest deduction. ObamaCare actually did derive from Romneys Massachusetts plan. In the end, Romney won the night; Obama will win the morning. For all the presidents preparation, it was stunning that he simply failed to say: My statements are accurate and the fact checkers will The have and have-not gap is widening at a pace reminiscent of the 19th century Gilded Age when Robber Barons had more money than the U.S. Treasury. And yet you believe millionaires and billionaires are paying their fair share of I cut the Social Security Tax by two percent. It is the largest tax most middle-income citizens pay and yet you You were caught on tape saying 47 percent of Americans pay no income tax and that you have already conceded their votes. Do you believe these people who are retired or in the military or who pay Social Security taxes, Medicare taxes, sales taxes, property taxes, fuel taxes and other taxes are Clearly, the president may have prepared, but he was unprepared. politics for most of the last half century. Television was in its infancy when Vice President Nixon and Senator John F. Kennedy faced off in 1960. History has judged that Kennedy, like Romney, won on style, but lost on substance. But times have changed. Now there is the Internet. Yet, long before the Internet was even an idea, H. L. Mencken wrote No one in this world has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of But that was then. The Internet has changed the world in many ways, not all of them uplifting, but one thing it has brought out in force is people who think for themselves and who link up with other like-minded people. It is a global phenomenon as witnessed by the Arab Spring. In the presidential campaign it was witnessed when Romneys 47 percent remark went Internet viral, penetrating the consciousness of just about every citizen of voting age. And by the time the cable news pundits weighed in at the conclusion of the 90-minute Obama-Romney debate, views were already forming and attitudes taking shape across the country and indeed the globe. Social media saw people tweeting and sharing their thoughts in real time on a variety of Internet sites. Its been a long year with a number of fringe voices commanding the headlines from Michele Bachmann to Herman Cain (remember 9-9-9) and of course Rep. Todd Akin and electorate is no longer the electorate of Menckens era. They age when millions of voices are now heard instead of a few spinmeisters and the public has learned how to sift through it all, ignoring the extremes and gravitating to the sensible center.

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Page 8 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 CCelebrating 20 years of healthier moms & babies MARIANNA This year marks 20 years of in corporation for Chipola Healthy Start (CHS), our than 18,000 babies have been born to residents in *AA 40% decrease in the number of births to teens *AA 12% decrease in pre-term births in the last of moms and babies in Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, hope to continue to make a positive impact for many Healthy Start Saves Lives and Money. The mission of CHS Coalition is to decrease fetal and infant death and to improve the health outcomes by the March of Dimes is that around $45,000 is our dedicated board, staff and subcontracted service a difference for our moms and babies and for our Department, Holmes County Health Department, Jackson County Health Department and Marianna provide direct service for the moms and babies in   Chipola Healthy Start Coalition (CHSC), a United Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Donnie Conyers, Democrat for Liberty County Sheriff Liberty CCounty Sheriff Supporting our Sheriff Donnie Conyers OurStill The Right Man for A Tough Job! Thank You forPlease join with us in keeping Sheriff CConyers on the job because: Under his Law Enforcement Leadership Liberty County is the safest county in Florida. His RRecord Speaks for Itself. He has given nearly 30 years of his life protecting Liberty County citizens.

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 9 O CTo O BER FEST4-H ARTS & CRaAFTS SaSALE The Liberty County 4-H group held an arts and crafts sale as part of an Octoberfest celebration at Vet erans Memorial Park in Bristol Saturday. LEFT & RIGHT: A big smiles on the faces of a couple of delighted youngsters. RIGHT: a painted arm tat too from Shalene Shuler, who also stenciled a design on the side of Brayden Richters face. Jon Allen and his son, Julian, pick out a bracelet at one of the craft tables. DANIEEL WILLIAMS PHOTT OS ABOVE: Mya Joiner takes a look at a little pink doll. RIGHT:Brayden Ritcher tries to decide which magnet he wants to buy.

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Page 10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 NO HIDDEN CHARGES: It is our policy that the patient and any other person responsible for payments has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed by payment or any other service, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours or responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment.Cataracts?Freedom from Eye Glasses, Now a reality for many.Lee Mullis M.D. and Cataract SpecialistSmart Lenses SMDr. Mulliss Smart LensSM procedure can produce clear vision without eyeglasses.Close-up, Far away & In-between CALL TODAY for a Smart Lens Evaluation Mullis EEye Institute 4320 5th Ave. Marianna(2 Blks from Jackson Hospital)(850) 526-7775 or 1(800)769-3429 We've got the fence posts to meet your needs. Liberty POST & BARN POlLE Dempsey Barron Road, Bristol (off Hwy. 12 N) PHONE (850) 643-5995 Becky Trickey RE-ELECT SMITHTAX COLLECTORCALHOUN COUNTY LET EXPERIENCE WORK FOR YOU! PAID BY BECKY TRICKEY-SMITH, DEMOCRAT, FOR CALHOUN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR To the editor: I remember the days when a hard rain would come, culvert or bridge before you got to your destination. Now, we have lime rock and pavement on public roads throughout the county. This is excellent compared to the surrounding counties. So why are people still unhappy and trying to break the main link that has worked tirelessly to help bring in the funds which created the infrastructure that we enjoy today? The rumor mill is that when the new Calhoun As a citizen and taxpayer of Calhoun County, I only what is going on before any major moves are made. The majority of citizens are very happy with the infrastructure improvements and would like to see the progress continue. Gary Ward, Blountstown To the editor: Almighty God, we acknowledge our dependence upon thee and beg thy blessing us, our parents, our teachers and our country. This simple little prayer was banned from public schools in 1962. Bible reading was banned from public schools the next year. Standing under a large pine tree in front of Carr School looking up at the American Flag remember ing the day we as a nation kicked God out of our education system. Then the gathering. Principal Dar ryl Taylor and 30 young saints, teachers, secretary Carol Hand and Asst. Principle Karen Pitts formed a circle, holding hands around the Billy Joe Hand and two others us off as one after another young and old took turns in declaring our dependence upon our creator and to petition him for guidance and blessings for our families, our schools and our country. There is a lot of pride in participating in celebrating in an event that is pure Americana with others who believe in God, who love fam ily and who embrace our god given liberties; God bless our school board members, our principals and our state which allows us to publicly express our faith. In the above mentioned prayer, the immediate phrase that stands out is we acknowledge our de pendence upon thee. Since we as a nation suddenly discontinued, in our schools, the acknowledgement of our dependence on God, should generation and our society in general, has been negatively affected just kick God out of schools and not expect consequences, right? A well known Christian historian, David Barton, has studied our pre-1962 society and post-1962 society and has charted evidence that the four parts of our society mentioned in the banned prayer, have indeed declined drastically. We are not just talking about prayer being banned from school, but the on going removal of God society. Here is some statistical proof that things have indeed gone in the wrong direction. Upon us... when we removed all references to God from school (and from our society in general), we suddenly see a statistical jump in teenage sexual activity. Premari tal sexual activity among 15 year old students has increased almost 1000 percent since 1962. Teenage pregnancies have increased over 400 percent and when abortion was legalized in 1972, it went from bad to worse. Sexually transmitted diseases have increased almost sexual assault have similarly dra matically increased in the years since 1962. Our parents... Since the removal of the prayer to bless our parents, along with a sub sequent court ruling allowing no-fault divorces, divorce rates are up almost 120 percent; the rate of single parent families has increased 140 percent; the rate of unmarried couples living together has increased almost 600 percent and the adultery rate has increased 700 percent. Our teachers... with the ban schools and our society, a valuefree environment has been created. The removal of moral absolutes has altered student behavior and as a direct result, student achieve ment. Since 1962, the quality of our education system (our teachers), as measured by student achieve ment has dramatically declined. Our country... as we have consistently purged God and Christian influence from our schools and our society, we should not be surprised to discover that violent crime has increased rap idly. Between 1962 and 1993, the number of violent crimes has increased 660 percent. To the extent people are not taught that there are moral absolutes and that there are consequences for their actions, violent crimes in America will continue to increase. schools and our society and we suddenly have dramatic societal degradation in student morality, marriage and family, education, achievement and violent crime, just to name a few areas. Who is not surprised by this cause-andeffect relationship? John Crocker, Kinard SPEAK UP!Write: The Journal, P.O. Box 536, Bristol 32321 or email us at: thejournal@fairpoint.net with a letter to the editor

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 11 CHAD CAPPSYour Hometown BBoy Come see Chad anytime for a great deal on your next vehicle. Come on over JUST IN 1st Quality CCarpeting, Factory Overstocks Originally $189/SF Originally $339/SFNOW 99/SF NOW $125/SFNEW SHIPMENT OF AREA RUGS2 x 4 $5002 x 6 $12502 x 8 $15503 x 5 $12504 x 6 $19905 x 8 $35506 x 9 $4550Shags $7550Loose Lay Fiber Back Vinyl 13 Wide 99/SF Heavy Fiber Back Closeouts Reg. $250/SF NOW 99/SF WEE NOW SEELL CCONCRETECRETE PAVERERS BeautifulEAUTIFUL & DurableURABLE For Pools, Deck, Patio & Driveways 6 x 6, 6 x 12, 8 x 8, 12 x 12 Hexagon, Cobbles, Bishops Hat and Interlocking in a variety of colorsStarting at $295/SF Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce mem bers joined Mary Sue (Bridges) Neves Thurs day for the opening of her new business, Three Bridges Antiques and Gifts, located on the corner of Hwy. 20 and Charlie Johns Street in Blountstown. From left: Wes Johnston, Vicki Montford, Martha Settlemire and Chamber Pres ident Ben Hall are pictured with Neves, shown holding scissors, along with Johanna Plummer (shown with son, Gus), Renee Crawford and Jim Jines. The new shop will feature gifts, jewelry, antiques, and treats. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO Three Bridges Antiques & Gifts opens RRegister for CChipola TT erm CC on TThursday MARIANNAChipola College will hold new and returning student registration for Fall term C, Thursday, Oct. 11, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Term C classes begin Friday, Oct. 12. Late registration continues through 3 p.m. Oct. 12. Term C courses include: (AMH 2020) American History since 1865 (online); (CLP 2140) Abnormal Psychology (on line); (ENC 1101) Comm Skills I (online); (DEP 2102) Child Psychology; (DEP 2004) Human Growth and Development; (PSY 2012) General Psychology and (SLS 1101) Orientation, (online). Chipolas open-door policy guarantees acceptance to any student with a standard high school diploma or its equivalent. Prospective students should complete a college of Admissions, or online at www.chipola. high school and college transcript. Students should visit an academic advisor in the Student Services building to register. For information about enrolling at Chipola, call the Admission and Records chipola.edu. NOTTICECE TT AX IMPACTCT OF VALUEE ADJUSTTMEENTT BBOARRD Liberty TT ax Year 2012 CountyDR-529 R. 12/09 Rule 12D-16.002 Florida Administrative Code

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Page 12 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 YOU CAN COUNT ON RENE AA TTAWAy Y CrCRAWFOrRD! I WiILL MAKE A DiIFFERENCE Rene Attaway Crawford POLITICAL AD PAID FOR BY ReneENE ATTAWAY CRAWFORD, DEMOCRAT, forFOR CLERK OF COURT for CALHOUN COUNTYClerk of CourtI was born and raised in Calhoun County where Chipola River with my Dad, Fred Attaway. I raised my children here and I real ize how rare places like Calhoun County are in our world today. My Dad instilled in me a great love for our County and the people in it. He taught me that the only way to preserve Cal houn Countys assets and its heritage is for future generations to give back more than they take. If elected, I will consider my job as Clerk of Court a sacred trust. I will dedicate myself to continuing to give back to my community and the people in it just as my Dad did all those years ago. A vote for Renee Attaway Crawford on November 6, 2012 is a vote for a each and every citizen with respect and dignity. I will make your problems my problems and together we will solve them! The American Red Cross is offering tips to parents to reduce their risk of Parents can reduce their risk of home The American Red Cross recom The Red Cross depends on the gener People can send donations to support American Red Cross Disaster Relief. Consider making a donation today by visiting www.tallyredcross.org, calling (850) 878-6080. Contributions may also be sent to your local Red Cross chapter, 1115 Easterwood Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32311. Contributions enable the Red Cross to prepare for and provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance in response to disasters. OCTo OBER IS FIRE SSAfFETY MoONTH Red Cross urges families to talk FIRE DEPT. fFUNDRAISER Andy Waldorff, Scott Nichols and Coy Huckabee are shown at left as they prepare food to be served at Satur days annual Carr-Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department Fundraiser. The community gathered at Carr School, where folks paid $6 a plate to eat there and chipped in $25 to go home with a Boston Butt. One of the highlights of the event is the display of decorated cakes, which gave everyone incentive to take part in an old-fashioned cake walk in hopes of winning one. Several cakes including those pictured below were also auctioned off, with one going for $100. Funds raised JEANEAN WEEEEKSS PHHOTT OSS

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 13 Anniversary CelebrationShorty & TT eresa MEESSERERMarried, Oct. 12, 1999 and the celebration continues... birthdaysJoOYCE SUmmMMERsS HosOSFoORDJoyce Summers Hosford will celebrate her 90th birthday with friends and family Sunday, Oct. 14. The celebration will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Billy Don and Ann Hosford Smiths home located on 15089 Granny Annie Road off Hwy 20, one mile east of Hosford. There will be good food, music and a great time. Please come and share any Joyce stories you may have. For more information, contact: Kitte Hosford Carter at (850) 212-0803, Ann Hosford Smith at (850) 510-6778, or Sundae McMillan at (850) 519-2312, or email at kittecarter@ gmail.com. No gifts, please. GREENLEY MADIsoSON HIREsSGreenley Madison Hires celebrated is the daughter of Brogan White of Hosford and Jason Hires of Bristol. She enjoys playing with her little friends at Noahs Ark and spending time with family. She celebrated her big day with a Minnie Mouse party.MARY LL. HANDMary L. Hand will celebrate her 100th birthday Saturday, Oct. 13 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Civic Center in Blountstown. She owned the store on River St. and made the Dew Drops famous. Her family invites everyone to help her celebrate.DDYLAN WILLIAmsMS SLAYTo ONDylan Williams Slayton celebrated his 12th birthday Sunday, Oct. 7. He is the son of Tonia Williams of Telogia and Dole Slayton of Crawfordville. His grandparents are Edward and Annice Williams of Telogia and Stanley and Shelia Slayton of Crawfordville. ing. He celebrated early with a cruise trip with family and friends. Caitlyn Watson wins the All Around at Gymnastic Classic in TallahasseeCaitlyn Watson, seven, won the All Around Title for Level Two, Sr. Division Gymnasts at the Canopy Road Gymnastic Classic held at the Trousdell Gymnasium in Tallahassee Her level two Sr. Division team competed with three other gyms from Wakulla, Tallahassee and Ocala. The Trousdell Gym level two team Gymnastics for two years. She is the daughter of Candice Dawson of Bristol and Marlon Watson of Pace and sister to Marcelo Watson. She is the granddaughter of James and Veldina Dawson of Bristol and Marlon, Sr. and Maria Watson of Dallas, TX. She is a second grader at Kate Sullivan Elementary in Tallahassee. AchievementsCaitlyn is shown during the competition. the home of Angelas parents, William and Margie Woodham. Nicks parents are the late George and Dixie Finch. ment of Business and Professional Regulation in the Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering as an Investigator and Angela is employed Division of Childrens Medical Services as a Senior Management Analyst. Together, Nick and Angela have three special canine companions a Chiweenie named Minnie and a German Shepherd named Shadow. the Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church activities. In their free time, Nick and Angela enjoy When they have a chance to escape on their own, Nick and Angela enjoy taking long rides along the coast on the Harley. Nick and Angela Finch to celebrate 16th anniversary

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Page 14 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 ACCEPTING NNEW PPaA TIENTS 12761 NW Pea Ridge Rd., Bristol, FL 32321TELEPHONE 643-5417 www.bristoldentalclinic.com DEENTTURERE LABB ON PREREMISEES Same-Day Service on RR epairs & R R elines Heating & Air Conditioning FL LicIC. # CMC1249570 R s s CCs (850) 674-4777Whaley Whaley TALLAHASSEE The U.S. Forest Service will soon begin their prescribed Forest. Whether its prescribe Forests. CCORRLETTETTS RROOFING LLCC LR FREE EESTIMa A TES Michael CCorlett (850) 643-7062Laban Bontrager, DMD Monica Bontrager, DMD Bristol Dental Clinic LOGGERS! Dont get stopped in your tracks. Call us!Premium namebrand tires Apalachicola National Forest will Dear Calhoun County Friends: The November 6, 2012 election day is fast approaching. I am so very grateful to the voters in Calhoun County that have allowed me to serve two terms as your school superin tendent. It has been an honor, and I have tried to represent both the citizens of Calhoun County and the Calhoun County School District to the best of my ability. Last year we had the distinction of being the only school district in Florida that had an A Grade in every school. That is a great tribute to the administrators, teachers, staff, and students that we have in our schools. I try to stay highly vis ible at school, church, and community activities. I dont just appear at election time, and then fade away. I have not only been visible, but also active in supporting our students and our schools with my time, money, and effort these past 12 years. I attend events to support our students and their activities, not to promote myself. It is all about the students with me. They are the ones performing in activities, and donating their time, sweat, and efforts to achieve feats of greatness and responsibility. dual enrollment classes to over 24 specialized hours of col lege credit. This saves parents a tremendous amount of money when their child begins college, and it shortens the length of time in college for our students. We have been recognized across the State of Florida as a high performing school district since 1998. Our students have been national and state award winners, both as an organization and individual recognition. We have enhanced our sports program during that time with adding boys and girls weightlifting and cross country programs. We have built a new high school in Blountstown, and moved to the vacated campus of the old Blountstown High School. We purchased three tracts of land and closed two roads at Altha to enlarge our campus as we prepare to erect new fa cilities on our campus there. Four years ago I opposed consolidating our schools for several reasons. One it was dividing our county, and gener ating some very angry and hard feelings. The second reason was that churches and schools are the backbone of our com munities. It is a tremendous feeling of loss of identity and ownership when that happens. It really hurts the people that were involved in those programs. Just ask the citizens of Mayhaw, Frink, and Kinard how they felt when it happened to them. The third reason is that half of the high school students in the county would lose out on scholarships, and opportunities academic, or some other extra -curricular program. Also, I havent accomplished all the goals I would like to see our school district achieve. There is still much greatness ahead and I long to be part of that. I humbly ask for another opportunity to continue what we have started, and go beyond the outstanding feats that have been accomplished through our students, teachers, administrators, and school staff. REEREELECTECT TT OMMY MCCCCLEELLAN FORR SCCHOOL SUPERERINTETENDEENTT ON NOVEEMBERBER 6, 2012 Sincerely, Tommy McClellan REEELECT TOMMY MM C CCLELLAN for Superintendent of Calhoun County SchoolsBluegrass & Gospel music program set for Oct. 27 St. Joe.

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100TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY Telogia Baptist Church will be celebrating their 100th year anniversary Sunday, Oct. 14 from at 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A covered dish dinner will be at served at noon and Telogia Baptist Church will be furnishing the meat for the meal that day. We will be honoring as our guests, the following Past Pastors: Reverend Glen Levan, Reverend Tommy Sumner, Reverend Wayne Sumner, Reverend Gordan Adank, Reverend Maurice Langston, Reverend Clyde Roberts and our current Reverend Eric Durham. Also, we will be honoring our Honorary Deacon, Brother Pete Brown. The years of service that each Past Pastor has served will be talked about and a CD of pictures of the past will be presented at the event. You may see a loved one or someone from the past that you grew up with and may have forgotten about. Singing will be provided by our own Praise Team, Black Family Group, Pat Summerlin, Joy, Glenda Bennett, Donnie Phillips, Church Children and any one that wants to sing. We are going to have a day of fun and memories. We welcome anyone that would like to join us to come and share this great celebration that marks another step in our church history. ST T LUKE CH H URCH H OF GOD IN CHHRISTT St. Luke Church of God in Christ will be having a guest speaker Sunday, Oct. 14 at 8 a.m. (ET). The speaker is Missionary Jackson from St. Petersburg. Shes Blountstown. We invite everyone to come out and praise the Lord with us. For more information, please call Pastor Delano Reed at (850) 643-6400. BOW SHHOOTT There will be a 3D archery target competition shooting for men, women, boys and girls of all ages Saturday, Oct. 13 with registration beginning at 8 a.m. (ET) at First Baptist Church in Bristol, located on 10677 NW Michaux Rd. Bows and arrows will be provided for children. All adults will need to equip themselves. Lunch will be served at noon and is free for participants. The cost is free; however, either canned food, or a small monetary donation is requested in an effort to help needy families in Liberty County by giving out food baskets during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Directions to the event are as follows: Heading east from Hosford, take a left on Myers Ann Street just past Liberty County High School. After reaching the stop sign, First Baptist Church will be in front of you. Come out for a great day of fellowship! For more information, call (850) 643-5400. SWIFTTWAT TER Pastor Dewayne Tolbert of Victory Hill P.H. Church would like to invite everyone to share in the churchs 2012 Homecoming Celebration Sunday, Oct. 14, beginning at 10 a.m. The band, Swiftwater (shown below) with Al and Wretha Webb, Sharlyn Smith, Mary Cathryn Jacobs and Larry Strickland will begin singing at 10 a.m., sharing anointed songs from their new CD. Beginning at 11 a.m., Pastor Derek Causseaux will be sharing Gods word during the morning worship service. Please join us for this exciting service. Make sure you plan to stay for dinner and fellowship after the service. We cant wait to see you! OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15 Flu Vaccine & U TTHIS MEEANS YOU. Wa ALK-inIN shoSHOTsS in OCTCT OBERBER: ACCCCURRATE TEFIRRSTT FIRRSTT TEDDY EEUBANKSElect TAX COLLEctCTORFOR LLIBERtT Y COUNtT Y NEWS FROM THE PEWS Notes of ThanksThe Panhandle Pioneer Settlement wants to thanks all those who came out to make the Peanut Boil the biggest ever. Special thanks to Gary Ward for donating the peanuts, Harveys for supplies, Unchained for great Gospel Music and Easy Company for wonderful country band and vocal. A tribute was given for Gary Watterson. We miss him greatly. Thanks to all the media: WKMK, the County Record and Calhoun-Liberty Journal for the great coverage before and after. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Sam Atkins Park The Carr/Clarksville VFD would like to thank all of those who came out to our Whether you bought a plate, provided cakes, bought cakes, or gave a donation your support is greatly appreciated. With your support we are able to continue to be available to the community when an emergency arises. Thank You, Darryl OBryan, Chief, CCFVD We would like to thank everyone who called, visited, sent cards or memorial gifts, food, or prayed for the Phillip Tyre family during our tragic loss. Also, thank you Pastor Jerry Chumley and Marlon Peavy for making Phillips service a comfort to us. May God bless you all, Gary and Delores McDougald We would like to say thank you to the invade your jail, and to all the participants for being such good sports in last weeks Jail & Bail. Thanks to everyone that donated to bail someone out or just donated; it is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Hosford eighth grade class SwiftwaterIts VerY Wise to Advertise Make the most of your business with an ad in The Calhoun-Liberty JOURNAL

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Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2012 OCTOBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17 LIBERTY TTIRE COMPANY10781 NW SR 20 in Bristol643-2939 RamseysPiggly WigglyHave a great football season!LocateOCATED inIN BriRIStolTOLan AND BlountLOUNTStoTOWnN Bay Blountstown17178 Main SSt. SStreetForORDGo BHSS Tigers! Blountstown DRUGS20370 Central Ave. WW Congratulations on a great Homecoming celebration! Phone 674-3838 19838 SR 20 W IN BLoOUNtstowTSTOWNPizza & Subs WAL MART AlwaysalAL Way AYS lo LOW PriceRICES. VoteOTE C ARLA H AND FOR Calhoun Clerk of CourtHI am COMMIITTEDD to serving YOU!H I am EXPERIIENNCEDD Clerk Employee, 8+ yearsH I am QUUALILIFIIEDD Twin Oaks Juvenile Development, Inc.oemp omennomonrslGo Tigers! TatumsHardware & SupplyR Blountstown(850) 674-4559 JEMISON Heating & Cooling, IINcC. O Cell 899-3259R BHS Tigers The DDiamond Corner Phone 674-8801 BLoOUNtstowTSTOWN HIGhH SchooCHOOLThis years Blountstown High S School HomeF L FT King Taylor W W ood and Queen Courtney FRI T L T R A LT coming court rides in style on a long trailer. L LRI T F L RI T parade. P Phil Coale and Tony SShoemake

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Page 18 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 NDAY SCHOOL LLUNCHMENUOct. 10 Oct. 16 NDAY Laban BBontrager, DMD, Monica BBontrager, DMD Bristol Dental Clinic* Each breakfast includes a choice of assorted cereal, whole wheat buttered toast and juice. CALHOUN LLIBERTY Pea Ridge Rd in Bristol, Phone (850) 643-5417 MenuENUS SSPONSSORED BY:Altha and Carr FCCLA attend leadership training meetingThe Altha FCCLA and Carr FCCLA attended the Region One FCCLA Leadership Training Friday, Sept. 21 at the 4-H Youth Camp at the Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown. west attended. At the meeting students moved from one area to another on lish and another former state president, Brett Floyd. session of team building. These students Altha Kindergartners had a fun The Senior Class and FFA are now selling Satsumas for$20 a box. Please see a senior or yours. The tentative delivery FFA attends COLT conference Sept. 27 to our own members. they learned! altha wildcats Celebrating the letter P*Thursday 11 *Friday 12 to the Fire Department. *Saturday 13 Cross Country at Mosley *Monday 15 *Tuesday 16 *Wednesday 17 FCA Huddle Meeting, *Thursday 18 Altha Calendar of Events

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Hosford School OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 19 Blountstown Middle Schools Volleyball team is pictured above. Team members include, FrontRONT Ro OW : Madison Taylor, Emma Richards, Mary Beth W W illiams, Annika Milligan, Aliya Everett, Minnie Rives. MiIDDleLE RoOW: Brianna W W alker, Morgan W W eiler, Jara Phillips, Reyna Morales, Taniyah Brown, Madison Yoder, Abby Bailey and Teria D Dabney. BacACK RoOW : Bianca Martinez, Hannah Bryant, Tiffany D D ees, Lana W W ood, Autumn Lee, Braicee D D eitz, Courtnee Shuler, Mackenzie Eubanks and Coach WW endy Eubanks. Celebrating homecoming with TWIN DAY Hosford School celebrated homecoming week at their school spending one day followed by a twin. The students picked partners and they dressed as twins. Pictured are some of the students that had fun with this homecoming event. LEFT: Evy Peddie and Shelby Copas. BELOWW LEFT: Austin W W aller and Jayden Cain. BELOWW : Savannah Myers, Georgia Henderson, Christina K Kent and Savanna Fowler. BELOWW RIGHT: Noelle Prichard and Ivy Crain. BELOWW FAR RIGHT: Aiden Hirsch and Joe Finuff. RIGHT: Haley Beasley and D DeLaynee Cobb. BTOWN middle schoolMiddle School Volleyball team Tiger Pee Wee Football BBlountstown Pee Wee football player Marcus BBoykin, left, brings down Franklin CCountys EEthan RRiley by his jersey during Saturdays game in B Blountstown.RRIGHTT : BBlountstown football Pee Wee player Whit Whitworth, right, opens his arms and closes his eyes as he moves in to tackle Franklin CCountys Lamarius Martin. LEEFTT : TT iger Pee Wee football quarterback B Blase OBBryan throws a pass against Franklin. PHILC COALEE PHOTT OS PHONEE (850) 643-3333 FAX (888) 400-5810Serving two counties that make up one great community!TThe CCalhoun-Liberty JoOURnalNAL

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Page 20 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 ROYALTYHomecoming2012 LCHS Homecoming Queen Jessica Read and King Alex Marlowe are shown above center. Their court includes David Black, Dustin Watson, Michael Robinson, Matthew Bodiford, runner-up Sydney Sanders, Brooke Revell, Chuck Morris, Carly Sapp, Shelby White, Bailey Singletary, McKenzie Trim, Eric Fowler, Madison Peddie, Leslie Williams and Hunter Jacobs. SHARON AUSTIN PHOTO EVentENT scheduledSCHEDULED forFOR NoOV. 3 inIN MariannaARIANNACovenant Hospice announces Care with Flare 5K Run/WalkMARIANNA The City of Marianna Fire Department and Covenant Hospice invites everyone to join us at the Care with Flare 5K R Run/Walk Saturday, N Nov. 3 at Covenant Hospice, located on 4215 Kelson A A venue, Suite E in Marianna. We are very excited to announce the addition of a Post-RRace Celebration awards. Formerly known as the Ladder Scatter 5K, the 2011 event boasted almost 150 runners and walkers. We are very excited to announce the name change and the additional activities to this years event said A A ngela Jackson, Development Specialist for Covenant Hospice. R R ace entry is $25 and t-shirt and race basis. R Registration will start at 7:30 a.m. the day of the event and the race will begin at 9 a.m. The student entry fee will be $10. There will also be a free kids one mile fun run for children under the age of 14. Captain George Gay and the Marianna Fire Department will be serving their famous barbecue lunch plates for $5. A And, you can have games and exhibits for $5 per person all while DJ Kit R Reagan is playing music until 2 p.m. A A wards will be given in the following categories: Overall Male; Overall Female; Top three in all age groups male and female. A Age groups: 14 years old and under, 15-19 years old, 20-24 years old, 25-29 years old, 30-34 years old, 35-39 years old, 40-44 years old, 45-49 years old, 50-54 years old, 55-59 years old, 60 years old and up wheeled division. You can register online at www. www.active.com. For more informaJackson at (850) 482-8520, or (850) 209-8008, or via email jennifer.griforganization dedicated to providing comprehensive compassionate service to patients and their loved ones during times of life limiting illnesses, based on need, regardless of ability to pay. I am COMMITTED to serving YOU! I am EXPERIENCED Clerk Employee, 8+ years I am QUALIFIED CPA, CGFO, BS Accounting UFPaid for by Carla Hand, NPA, for Calhoun County Clerk of Court LLIBERTYTY COOUNTYTY CALALHOOUN COOUNTYTY2012 Blountstown High School Homecoming Queen Courtney McFarland girl Ali Claire Ramsey and crown bearer Britt Newsome, 9th graders Anna Hassig and Trent Woodham, 10 graders Hannah Plazarin and Thomas Howell, juniors Aelon Dykes and Alex Wroblewski and senior class attendants Ashley Alexander, Alexis Butler, Hope Jerkins, Randa McCrone, Caroline Tomlinson, Bobbie Andrews, Chesten Goodman, Casey Johnson, Brandon Purvis and Devan Roulhac. PHOTOS BY PHIL COALE AND DANIEL WILLIAMS

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 21 MV5496City Tire Co.Hwy. 20 West Blountstown 674-8784 TThe CCalhoun C County TT ax Becky Smith and StaffWay to go TT igers!20859 CCentral Ave. EEB Blountstown, FL(850)674-8242 The Calhoun County Supports the Blountstown Tigers Golden Pharmacy17324 Main Street N., BLOUNTSTOWN674-4557 Rene Attaway Crawford Clerk of Courtfor CALHOUN COUNTY Supporting BBHS TT igers James Jimmy BAGGETTFOR Calhoun County Sheriff The Kingdom of Opportunity Way To Go TIGERS! The City of Blountstown City Council Go Tigers! Compliments of your friends at 20291 Central Ave. West Blountstown 674-4359 BLOUNTSTOWN POLICE DEPT.and its employees wish BHSa great homecoming! PhoHONE 674-5987 Dr. BBarry EEdewaard 674-202017521MAIN ST. N Blountstown PhotosHOTOS byBY PhilHIL CoaleOALE an AND DanielDANIEL WilliamsILLIAMS2012 BHS Homecoming celebration continues

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Page 22 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012Minutes from the Sept. 6 Liberty CCommission meeting The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dexter Barber. Present were Commissioners Kevin Williams, Davis Stoutamire, Albert Butcher, Jim Johnson, Attorney Shalene Grover and Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce. Prayer was led by Dick Stanley. Pledge of allegiance was led by Commissioner Jim Johnson. Motion to approve the minutes of the regular meeting held August 9th, emergency meeting August 27 and public hearing and special meeting on August 30, 2012 was made by Johnson, seconded by Stoutamire and carried. Lamar Holland requested sand be moved in by the County Road Department to the Veterans Park. They would like to include beach volley ball at the park. Motion to approve was made by Butcher, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to add to the agenda to discuss speed bumps in Rock Bluff was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Butcher voted No. Keith McCarron with Apalachee Regionwork program with DOT for the year 2013 through 2017. Commissioner Stoutamire requested that Mr. McCarron look into transferring CR 67 back to the State. Arts Council requested a $500 donation for the Chipola Performing Arts Building. Motion to approve was made by was made by Williams, seconded by Butcher and carried. Chairman of the Arts Council Meiko performances and art show schedules. 911 Director, Stephen Ford presented two grants. Grant in the amount of $1,250 to attend spring conference for one week and a maintenance grant in the amount of $1,398. Motion to approve was made by Johnson, seconded by Williams and carried. Motion to approve Resolution # 12-13 on the Shirley Conroy Grant for Liberty Transit in the amount of $49,000 was made by Johnson, seconded by Williams and carried. Kelly King presented the contract between the Liberty County Board of County Commissioners and State of Florida Department of Health for operations for the Liberty County Health Department for the year 2012-2013. Motion to approve contingent upon the County Attorney approval was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to approve Resolution # 12-11 thanking the Liberty County Correctional Institution for their valuable assistance and opposing the privatization of the prisons in Florida was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to approve Resolution # 12-12 opting out in implementing a local onsite sewage evaluation and assessment program informing the Florida Secretary of State was made by was made by Butcher, seconded by Stoutamire and carried. Motion to approve a contract between the Liberty County Board of County Commissioners and the Liberty County School Board concerning the purchase of property, .286 acres for parcel number 01468-000 and .430 acres for parcel number 01469000, that includes a 2,744 square foot building and authorizing the Chairman to sign the deed was made by Williams, seconded by Stoutamire and carried. Motion to discuss at the next regular meeting the personnel policy addition concerning recruitment was made by Butcher, seconded by Johnson and carried. The Board discussed the agreement for ment to piggy back on to Gulf Countys contract. Everyone would like to look at this before a decision is made. The Florida River contract with North Florida Water Management was discussed. The County Attorney will arrange a meeting with Water Management, The Board and J.T. Hathaway, Road Superintendent. Motion to remove speed bumps at Rock Bluff Assembly of God Church was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Williams and Butcher voted No. Motion to pay the bills was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to adjourn was made by Williams, seconded by Johnson and carried. Warrant List & Numbers Payroll Fund 33726 33785 Operating Fund 5698 5913 Weatherization Grant 4706 _________________________________ Charla Kearce, Deputy Clerk of Court Dexter Barber, Chairman The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairman Kevin Williams. Present were Commissioners Davis Stoutamire, Albert Butcher, Jim Johnson, Attorney Shalene Grover, Clerk Robert Hill and Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce. Chris Moran presented a three year engagement letter for auditing services with no fee increases. Motion to approve was made by Stoutamire, Johnson, Butcher and Williams voted no. Motion to have the County Attorney add to the engagement letter a thirty day option to terminate was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. Stoutamire voted no. Motion to close West Highway 20 from Myers Ann Street to Highway 12 South on Friday, September 28, 2012 for the Homecoming Parade for approximately one hour and ten minutes starting at 1:00 p.m. in Bristol was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to close CR 67 and North 65 to Hosford School for the Hosford Fall Festival for approximately one hour and ten minutes starting at 4:30 P.M. on Saturday, October 27, 2012 was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Upon Ambulance Director Melissa Browns recommendation, a motion to hire Chad Dees as a full time paramedic was made by Butcher, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to approve Resolution # 2012-17 approving the Small County Outreach Program Agreement was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to adjourn was made by Butcher, seconded by Johnson and carried.______________________ Robert Hill, Clerk of Court Dexter Barber, ChairmanSpecial meeting minutes for Sept. 24 from the Liberty County Commission The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairman Kevin Williams. Present at the meeting were Commissioners Davis Stoutamire, Albert Butcher, Jim Johnson, Attorney Shalene Grover, Clerk Robert Hill and Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce. Prayer was led by Commissioner Albert Butcher. Pledge of allegiance was led by Commissioner Davis Stoutamire. Motion to approve Resolution #2012-14 adopting the 2012-2013 millage rate at 10 Mills was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to approve Resolution #2012-15 adopting the 2012-2013 budget in the amount of $11,782,190.00 was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to approve Resolution #2012-16 amending the 2011-2012 budget to $14,880,628.00 was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to adjourn was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. _____________________Robert Hill, Clerk of Court Kevin Williams, Vice ChairmanSept. 24 public hearing minutes The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dexter Barber. Present at the meeting were Commissioners Kevin Williams, Davis Stoutamire, Jim Johnson, Albert Butcher, Attorney Shalene Grover and Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce. Prayer was led by Commissioner Stoutamire. Pledge of allegiance was led by Commissioner Williams. Motion to tentatively adopt the 2012-2013 millage rate at 10 mills was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to tentatively adopt the 2012-2013 budget in the amount of $12,220,668.00 was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to appoint Commissioners Stoutamire and Johnson, and Citizen Joe Shuler to serve on the Value Adjustment Board was made by Williams, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to adjourn was made by Johnson, seconded by Williams and carried. ________________ Charla Kearce, Deputy Clerk of Court Dexter Barber, Chairman

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 23 All existing pre-need and at need contracts are now handled by the Bevis family and staff.All operations of the funeral process will be handled on location at 12008 NW State Road 20.CALL 643-3636Todd Wahlquist, Rocky Bevis & Ed PeacockLicensed Funeral Directors & Crematoryevis FuneralHome Bof Bristol of Bristol Serving Calhoun, Liberty and Surrounding Counties674-5449 or 643-5410Visit us online: www.adamsfh.com TT elephone (850) 674-2266 Your hometown funeral home since 1994A Hometown Funeral Director You Can Trust and Depend On!Funeral Services with Dignity, Caring and Professionalism. Marlon Peavy Peavy Funeral Home & CCrematory CCovenant Hospice to celebrate Pastoral CCare Week MARIANNA Covenant Hospice will honor the contributions of its dedicated chaplains during Pastoral Care Week, October 21 27. Each day pastoral caregivers are invited into the life experiences of women, men, children and organizations. Faith can be tested and many questions arise about the meaning of suffering and pain near the end-of-life. Pastoral caregivers bring many gifts to the process of healing and wholeness. They are trained to help individuals draw on their own faith traditions and teachings for comfort and guidance as they walk through dark valleys. In 2011, Covenant Hospice chaplains made over 13,500 calls and visits to patients facing life-limiting ate at over 470 funerals. Our chaplains are often referred to as angels among us by the patients and families we serve, said Dale O. Knee, Covenant Hospice President & CEO. We are truly humbled by the work they do as part of our team and appreciate the opportunity to honor them each year. dedicated to providing comprehensive, compassionate services to patients and loved ones during times of about the organization visit www.covenanthospice. org. You can also locate them on Facebook (www. facebook.com/Covenant.Hospice) and Twitter (@ CovenantHospice.) sored by the Coalition on Ministry in Specialized Settings Network (COMISS) a national organization of pastoral care providers, pastoral care professionals and faith group endorsers. Now in its 27th year, the week-long observance promotes spiritual values as a part of the healing process and invites us to celebrate the work of caregivers in such settings as hospitals, hospices and nursing homes. OBITUARIES ADaA M. JaARRELL HosfordOSFORD Ada M. Jarrell, 75, of Hosford, maker and was a member of Mt. Zion Pentecostal Holiness Church. Survivors include her husband, Claiborn and one daughter, Sandra Kay Jarrell, both of Hosford; one sister, Nancy Willford and her husband, Jackie; and one nephew, Sean Willford, all of Tallahassee. Family will receive friends Thursday, Oct. Home. Graveside services will be held Friday, Oct. 12 at 3 p.m. in Hosford Cemetery with Reverend Aaron of the arrangements. On line condolences may be made at www.adamsfh. com. NoORmanMAN RRIChaHARD RRICKyY Wa ALTERS, IIIIII otstow Norman Richard stown, he was a Marine who served in Survivors include his daughter, Jenna W. Girdler of Mari anna; three grandchildren, Ashton, Alexandra and Christopher Girdler; two great-grandchildren, Kamea Girdler and Kanaia Neal. Memorialization was by cremation. the arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www. adamsfh.com. WILLIamAM BBILL LynnLYNN CaCARpPEnNTER obb L Carpenter, 66, of Cobb, GA, passed away L L L Carpenter. He was a mem was employed as the manL U Saratoga during the Vietnam War. He loved gardening and the beach. He was preceded in death L L penter. Survivors include his husband, Jim of Odessa and Eva Hayes and her husband, brothers, Clarence Carpenter and his wife, Cindy of Purcellville, VA and Ray Carpenter of Inverness and several nieces and neph ews. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, Oct. L Marine. Greg Hancock Funeral Home in Americus, GA is in charge of the arrange ments. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, You may sign the online guest book and share your own special thoughts and memories by visiting www. greghancockfuneral.com.

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Page 24 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 LCHS FOOTBAllLLby Richard Williams, Journal sports writerThe Liberty County Bulldogs moved to 2-0 in the district after a 34-24 victory over West Gadsden October 5 in Greensboro. The Bulldogs never trailed in a game that saw two LCHS players gain 100 yards or more. Ben Beckwith rushed 14 times for 105 yards and a touchdown. Harold Armstong had an even 100 yards on 18 carries. Armstong also scored two touchdowns. the scoring. Liberty traded fumbles with West Gadsden and then produced a defensive stop to gain possession again. Alex Marlowe capped the drive by hitting Micheal Robinson in the end zone for passing touchdown and a 13-0 lead. the Panthers. A West Gadsden miscue doomed the drive, but the Liberty opened the scoring in the second half as Armstong scored his second touchdown of the night to put LCHS ahead 19-3. Libertys defense took control again as they held West Gadsden in check until the offense had built a solid lead. Late in the third quarter Marlowe scored a rushing touchdown and then ran again for a two-point conversion that put Liberty ahead 27-3. The LCHS opened holes for Libertys backs allowing the Bulldogs to keep drives moving and take time off the clock. LCHS Head Coach Grant Grantham said he thought his offensive line had a great game as a unit. He also pointed to the defensive play of Landon Bruffett. Beckwith was the next Bulldog to score, and his touchdown lifted LCHS to a 34-10 lead. The home team added two touchdowns, the last coming with 12 seconds remaining in the game. Liberty hosts Bozeman Oct. 12 before hosting Blountstown in another district contest Oct. 19. Bulldogs take a 34-24 victory over West GadsdenLEFT: Bulldogs move in and tackle West Gadsdens quarterback. ABOVE: Libertys Landon Bruffett (#3) and Steadman Dawson (#7) move in to tackle West Gadsdens quarterback.LEFT: Bulldog Harold Armstrong (#34) holds back a West Gadsden player. RIGHT: Libertys Ben Beckwith (#10) runs the ball. BELOW LEFT: Bulldogs Stedman Dawson (#7), Chance Peterson (#1) and Landon Bruffett (#3) move in on a West Gadsden player running the ball. BELOW RIGHT: Libertys Alex Marlowe (#5) tries to escape the grip of a West Gadsden player.Bulldog Micheal Robinson (#22) makes the catch for Liberty County. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 25 BHS FOOTBALL by Michael DeVuyst, contributin CONTRIBUTING WriterRITERBLOUNTSTOWN Homecoming King Taylor Wood and Queen Courtney McFarland were treated to a victory last Friday night as the Blountstown Tigers defeated the Sneads Pirates 21-0. Blountstown jumped out to a quick 14-0 possessions resulted in touchdowns. Blountstown QB Hunter Jordan connected with Ryan Hathcox with a 31-yard pass for the Tigers Tigers next possession garnered the same results. Jordan connected with Hathcox with the third quarter went to Roosevelt Martin for 49 yards. Andrew Bennett kicked home all 21-0. The Tiger defense stymied the Pirates of total offense. Jordan had the hot hand for the Tiger ofcarries. Brigham led the de-fense was close behind with 13 tackles including one sack. Corin Peterson had 10 tackles and two interceptions. Blountstown (4-1) will travel to Marianna (4-1) on Friday, Oct. 12. Kickoff is set for BELOWW : Blountstowns Corin Peterson (#2) and Javakiel Brigham (#24) bring down a Sneads opponent.Blountstown claims victory over Sneads 21-0 ABOVE: BHS receiver Bryan Middlebrooks (#20) makes a catch against Sneads. BELOWW : Tiger defensive back Tay Peterson (#28) tackles Sneads quarterback Colton McIntosh. BHS quarterback Hunter Jordan (#15) throws a touchdown pass against Sneads. Jordan threw three touchdown passes in the teams 21-0 win. Blountstowns Bobby Andrews (#1) holds tight to the ball as a pair of Sneads players tackle him.PHoOTo OS BY PHIL CoCOALE ANDTo TONY SSHoOEMAKELEFT: Blountstowns Dylan Lee (#23) and his teammate celebrate the win against Sneads. BELOWW : Tiger defensive linea block by Sneads player Keontez Daniels, right, to get to Sneads quarterback Colton McIntosh, left ,and make the tackle. BELOWW LEFT: Blountstowns Dewayne Larramore (#55) moves in to block against a Sneads player for Javakiel Brigham (#24) running the ball. BELOWW : Sneads players pile up on Blountstowns Hunter Jordan (#15) as he holds tight to the ball.

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Page 26 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 NEEEED A VEEHICCLEE!!!! Buy Here, Pay Here $0 down, 1st Payment, TT ax, TT ag & TT itle en CCall Steve (334) 803-9550 EEighteen light poles 21 ft. long, sizes may vary, $20 each. Call Rick at 209-2006. 10-3, 10-10Mens, ladies and childrens clothes. Many items for the home. New items arriving daily. Everyone is invited to shop at the CalhounLiberty Ministry Center store on Hwy. 20 E. in Blountstown. Phone 674-1818. UFN ELECTRONICS CConnex 3300 CB CB radio Call 6438216. 10-10, 10-17 TTV color, $35. Call 674-3264.10-10, 10-17 25 RC RCA T TV in good condition, $75 OBO. Call after 5 p.m. (850) 6934961. 10-10, 10-17 TT wo Dell Inspiron duos screen laptops, perfect working con dition. Comes with wall charger and external CD/DVD drive, $300 each. Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave message. 10-10, 10-17 Kodak E ESP 7200 all-in-one print er, $40. Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave mes sage. 10-10, 10-17 TT wo 12 dual speakers in custom box with mirrors and lights. Also with plexiglass covering speakers. 580 2/1 channel comes with power and remote wire, $175. Call 643-2440. 10-10, 10-17 FURNITURE Four computer desks, all different sizes and different prices. Call 7628445. 10-10, 10-17Pillow-top queen size mattress and box springs, $330. Two dark wood night stands, $50 each. Call (850) 363-2849. 10-10, 10-17Full size bed, almost new mattress with headboard and head rails. A chest of drawers, $100. Located in Mossy Pond area. Call (850) 2949544. 10-10, 10-17Six drawer dresser $30. Call 6741740. 10-10, 10-17Four chairs in mahogany, $100. Butcher block dining table, $100. Brown, beige and blue plaid sofa, $300. Green ultra suede couch with bed, never used, $300. Matching oversized recliner, $100. Call 2371811. 10-10, 10-17One queen size mattress and box springs, never used, $100. Baby crib, $45. Call 762-8471. 10-10, 10-17 TT wo night stands tan color, $20. Call 674-3264. 10-10, 10-17 in excellent condition. Call 674-8376.10-10, 10-17Queen size mattress and box springs, comes with frame, no head board, $40. Call 643-2440.10-10, 10-17 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDSTo place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon Eastern Time on Monday UFN. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. ITEMS FOR SALE Halloween decorations, three boxes full. Very nice, about 20 masks, authentic costume store costumes included (Jeepers Creepers, Freddy Krueger and the Walking Dead) and more. Call 643-2412 or 447-1194. 10-10, 10-17100 Gallon propane gas tank with 30% gas remaining, $100. Call 6435732. 10-10, 10-17 TThree extra large storage contain ers with little girls clothes, sizes 0-12 months, all name brand, no stains. Baby shoes sizes 0-4, one vibrating rocking chair, one changing table and one jumper. All for $125. Call 209-2700. 10-10, 10-17Vintage Singer pedal sewing machine, $295. Call (850) 933-4968. 10-10, 10-17 CCollectible B Barbie dolls with dates, $40 each. Musical Mickey Mouse decoration, $125. Call 674-3264. 10-10, 10-17 Painters scaffold, $70. Call 7628471. 10-10, 10-17, tank only, $40. Call 674-1740. 10-10, 10-17Flowered quilted design comforter for double bed, $35. Assorted sheets for twin, double and queen beds, priced to sell. Many other items available, priced to sell. Call 674-8376. 10-10, 10-17New Singer sewing machine in case with all attachments, $300. Call 674-1367 or 237-1447. 10-10, 10-17 BBaby items crib with mattress, $75. Stroller with infant seat, $60, baby swing, $25. Play yard, $25. Call 643-5665 or 372-3573. 10-10, 10-17Very heavy clear glass cake plate with cover, $15. Heavy glass punch bowl with cups, $40. Silver service platters, $5 each. Antique Aunt Jemima cookie jar, $50. Glass ice server, $10. Glass and silver dip server, $10. New solid brass tea ers, $10. Tiara glass pitcher, $10. Large assortment of crystal pieces priced to sell. Beautiful collection of blue glasses, plates, serving pieces priced to sell. Call 674-8376. 10-10, 10-171860s Mantel clock French renais sance, $300. Call 237-1811.10-10, 10-17 Pack and Play in infant swing, excellent condition, $15. Call 643-4402. 10-3, 10-10 TT wo leather motorcycle jackets, sizes 44 and 38, bomber style, $75 each. Call 557-9391. 10-3, 10-10Hammer electric wheelchair lift in good condition, has a three point hitch, $300. Call 379-3002. 10-3, 10-10Seats, three pieces bench and bench split, beige. From a 2000 Toyota Sienna, $100 for all. Call 762-2528. 10-3, 10-10 For Rent in ALTHaA 762-9555 or 762-8597Very NICE *2 & 3 BD trailers.With lawn service 5 x 10 ..... $27 10 x 10 ....$43 10 x 20 ....$70 10 x 25 ....$90M & W SELF STORAGE RRENTALs S Call 573-5255, 762-9555, 762-8807 or 762-8597 7 days a week service UFN BD, 1 1/2 BA TownhousesBRISTOL 643-7740 FOR RENT BLOUNTSTOWN BBed $40. Large ceiling fan, $35. Call 674-3264. 10-3, 10-10Good used furniture and appliances needed at Calhoun Liberty Min istry Center. Call 674-1818. UFN TRUCKS 1988 Ford F-150, 302 motor, V8, runs good, $2,000. Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave message. 10-10, 10-17 1996 E Econoline 3/4 ton work van white, runs good, $700 OBO. 1979 F250 4x4 35L model engine, runs good, great farm truck, utility bed included, $2,000 OBO. Call 5738094. 10-10, 10-171995 Mazda mini van clean, AC works great, good tires, in good condition, $2,500. Call 379-3002 or 320-4042. 10-3, 10-10 CARS 2007 Ford T T aurus SEE silver, has 78,188 miles, V6 motor, new alter nator, new tires, power windows, cruise, keyless entry, power mirrors, CD player, in great shape, $5,500. Call 379-8747. 10-10, 10-17 VEHICLE ACCESSORIES TT wo P235/70-RR16 tires good tread, lot of wear left, $30 each or $60 for pair. Call 643-3938 ask for Alex. 10-10, 10-17Full size diamond plate tool box, one lid, $70. Call 674-1367 or 2371447. 10-10, 10-17 HUNTING/FISHING 44 C Cal. Pistol black powder, $125. Call 762-8471. 10-10, 10-172000 Lowe 16 ft. aluminum Vhull boat, trailer, a 50 hp Johnson mo tor and new Minn-Kota 55 lb. trolling motor. Boat and motor only used 10 times, $4,000. Call 674-4085. 10-10, 10-17 BBobcat 50 cal. muzzleloader, $135. Call 762-8471. 10-10, 10-1724 ft. pontoon boat, works good, has a plywood roof for laying out on, $2,200. Call 674-2716. 10-10, 10-17Ghillie suit, hand made to military specs, perfect for turkey hunting, height, $140. Call or text to Ron at (850) 274-0946. 10-10, 10-17 BBuy, sell and trade in the JoOURnalNAL CCall 643-3333 or email thejournal@fairpoint.net Call (850) 627-8287 House FOR RRent inIN HosfoOSFORdD 2 BD, 1 BA House in Lowry For more information9-19 T 10-10 Call (850) 556-3173Trailer FOR RentIN Blountstown 2 BD, 1 BA Cottage Updated throughout 10 ceilings, All new appliances OutstandingUTSTANDING A Frame, 2 BD, 1 BA Large deck, very nice. ~ NO PETETS PLEEASEE ~ Rental Units I B CCall 643-6646 Tri-Land Inc. Broker (813) 253-3258 l 10 to 15 ACRE TRaACtTS From $600 down OWNER FINaANCING NoNO QUalALIfFYING nunised $400 month + deposit(850) 674-3694 after 5 p.m. or leave messageFOR RENT B For Rent in TTELLOGIA (850) 379-58433 BD or 2 BD Homes Located on Hwy 67 (850) 762-8693 For RRent inIN H For RRent in TETELOGIA CCall (850) 379-8276 or 510-09322 BD, 1 BA Mobile Home, Furnished. Located on 21389 NE Pear Road.Adopt a pet from the Journal

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 27 1998 13 ft. Sportsman boat with 25 hp Johnson motor, tiller handle, runs good, onboard battery charger, rod holders, new seats, without trolling motor, $1,250, with trolling motor, $1,600. Call 573-8094. 10-10, 10-17 PSEE Spider Hunting bow 40 lb. draw, includes three arrows, with release, in good condition, $150. FOWS Jr. Hunting Bow, with arm guard, in good condition, $50. Call 447-5221. 10-3, 10-1012 ft. welded semi-v boat, trolling motor, stick steering, new seats and pedestals, new carpet, 30 hp Johnson motor, stainless steel prop, drive-on trailer, $3,500. Call (850) 643-2390. 10-3, 10-1014 ft. Jon boat with 8 hp Johnson motor, foot control trolling motor and galvanized magic tip trailer for $1,000 OBO. Call 575-4824 or 2289445. 10-3, 10-101997 16 ft. Aqua Sport boat with a 1996 Johnson outboard, with electronics, EZ load trailer. In very good condition, $5,500. Call 442-6431. 10-3, 10-10, T-hull with a 50 hp Mercury motor, trolling mo tor, trailer in good condition, $2,000 OBO. Call 643-8263 after 6 p.m. weekdays. UFN PETS/SUPPLIES CChihuahua 10 weeks old, female, $100. Call 674-1367 or 237-1447. 10-10, 10-17Dog box, Call 643-8216. 10-10, 10-17Horse, 16 year old mare, good rid ing horse, tack included, $600 OBO. Must provide own transportation for pick up. Call 237-2529. 10-10, 10-17Help please, I am a little orange kitten who is looking for a good home. I was abandoned and I am about 6 weeks old and they think I am a male. If you can give me a good loving home please call Tammy at (850) 272-8689. 10-10, 10-17 CChihuahua puppies 4 male and 2 females, $50 each. Call 643-1401. 10-3, 10-10Female bulldog 6 months old, $50. Call 643-1401. 10-3, 10-10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDSTo place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon Eastern Time on Monday UFN. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. STARSCOPE FAMOUS BBIRTRTHDAYS ARRIEES Mar 21/Apr 20 Thinking outside of the box is what sets you apart from most, Aries. When you are put to the test, you seldom fail to come through. This is a good selling point with potential employers. TT AURRUS Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, some people just dont understand you, and that is OK with you. It can be good to be a bit mysterious, especially when it comes to romance. GEEMINI May 22/Jun 21 Analyzing spending and other at the top of your priority list, Gemini. It is always a good idea to keep on top of where your money is going. CCANCERCER Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, communication is key if you want to make real progress. Actions can be misconstrued if you dont accompany them with some thorough explanations. LEEO Jul 23/Aug 23 enthusiasm infectious this week, Leo. Dont be surprised if you have coworkers signing up to be on your team. At home youre much more mellow. VIRRGO Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, achieving your toughest goal wont be easy. Those who survive the challenges become stronger overall. This week you are certainly put to the test. LIBRBRA Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, big plans are in place, and you can be excited about the prospect for some change. Make a few adjustments each day and the transition will go smoothly. SCCORRPIO Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, dont let others underestimate your abilities. Once you set your mind to something, it is very hard to direct you otherwise. Capitalize on your dedication at work. SAGITTTT ARRIUS Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, you are ready to pull out all of the stops in the romance department. Whether youre single or at tached, focus on ways to make your partner feel very special. CCAPRRICCORRN Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, a few things have gone wrong lately, but the good thing is you havent let them get you down. Good things certainly come to those who are patient. AQUARRIUS Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, take inventory of your belongings and deter mine if theres anything you can donate. You can clear out clutter and do something positive at the same time. PISCECES Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, things seem out of sorts, but you out what is off-kilter. Leo may shed light on the situation.Week of Oct. 7 ~ Oct. 13OCTOBER 7OCTOBER 8 Chevy Chase, Actor (69) OCTOBER 9 Tony Shaloub, Actor (59) OCTOBER 10 Bob Burnquist, Athlete (36) OCTOBER 11 Joan Cusack, Actress (50) OCTOBER 12 Hugh Jackman, Actor (44) OCTOBER 13 Sammy Hagar, Musician (65) TOOLS & HEAVY EQUIPMENT BBehind lawn mower rake new, $75. Call 762-8445. 10-10, 10-17A shop full of new and used assorted power tools. Call 762-8471. 10-10, 10-17Ariens zero turn, E2R 16 hp, 48 inch cut, mower, runs good, $1,800. Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave message. 10-10, 10-17 HOMES/LAND 3BRBR/2BBA Doublewide mobile homeplace, dishwasher, stove/oven, fridge, garden tub, master walk-in, painted murals in childrens rooms. In great shape, needs to be moved. 1998, 60x28, 1,680 sq ft, $25,000 OBO. Call 447 2157. 10-3, 10-10 CAMPER 2002 Ford C Challenger Class A motor home. Tritan V10 engine, less than 7,000 miles. Two slide outs, many features, one owner and well maintained. Call (850) 627-6148. 10-10, 10-17 WANTED Pine straw, will come rake in Blount stown. Call 674-2716. 10-10, 10-17Drummer for country southern rock band. Call 379-3268. 10-3, 10-10 EElectric stove Call 674-3264.10-3, 10-10 YARD SALES BBLOUNTTSTT OWN Yard sale Saturday, Oct. 13 from 7 a.m. to 12 noon. Located at 18167 NW Bob Guilford Road. Off Hwy. 71 N, look for signs. Phone 237-2529 for more information. Yard sale Saturday, Oct. 13 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Located at 20817 SE Morningside Circle. Cancel if rain. New utility sink, double kitchen sink with disposal, books, childrens life jackets, dishes, medium to large size clothes, a Cub Cadet push mower and much more. Phone 674-8285. Quick T T rack Dog tracking system with one collar, $150. Call (850) 728-9282. 10-3, 10-10 HEELP: We are the Purring Sisters and we still are looking for someone with a lot of love and room in your household to give us each or together a good home. We have been spayed and had most vaccinations and rabies. Our Foster Mom is asking for a donation towards our spay fee. Please call our Foster Mom for more information about us at 2372740. 10-3, 10-10Goats: tiny black Nigerian buck 8 months old, $50. Nubian cross nanny, $60. Call 209-0910.10-3, 10-10Free kittens, born on the Fourth of homes. Call 643-7790 or 4470443. UFN MOTORCYCLES and ATVs 2006 Honda 250 R Rebel 5,400 origi nal miles, perfect running condition, one owner, $2,000. Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave message. 10-10, 10-17 2001 Honda R Rancher E ES 350 new battery, new rear basket, in box electric shift. Looks and runs great, $2,500. Call (850) 643-2390. 10-3, 10-10 WATER WELL SUPPLIES Do you need parts for TThat Darn Pump? We have capacitors, relays, control boxes, pressure switches, check valves, foot valves, air volume control valves, wire, pumps, tanks and much more. Available 7 days a week until 9 p.m. Repair questions are welcomed. Call us at That Darn Pump at 643-4357. BPA/UFN LOST/FOUND LOSTT : B Blue tube somewhere between Pea Ridge Estates and Dur ham Road Saturday, Sept. 29 in the afternoon. Call 447-3029. 10-3, 10-10 FOUND: T T wo small puppies eating road kill off Hwy. 20. One male, all brown and one female, brindle. Both very skinny. They were taken to the Crawfordville Animal Shelter. Call Julie for more information at 5452876. 10-3, 10-10 Small Town T om A CaARTOON BY MIKE BaBARNHOUSE BBuy, sell and trade in the JouOURnalNAL CCall 643-3333 or email thejournal@fairpoint.net

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Football season is in full swing, and the 2012-13 hunting season is cranking up. Heck, in Zone A, theyre already into general gun season. But for the rest of us, Id like to cover some things you should know regarding three hunting seasons that are just around the corner: muzzleloading of dove. Immediately following the close of crossbow season in each zone, the muzzleloading gun season begins. Season dates run Nov. 17-30 in Zone B, Oct. 20 Nov. 2 in Zone C and Dec. 1-7 in Zone D. During muzzleloading gun season, bows and crossbows are also legal methods of taking game on private lands, in addition to muzzleloaders. But on wildlife management areas (WMAs), only muzzleloaders may be used. The most common types of game to take during muzzleloader season are deer and wild hog. In the deer category, only bucks Page 28 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 OUTDOORSOutta the Woods by Tony Young Gray squirrel season opens one month early on private landsViral disease detected in Florida deerFlorida is the latest state to report the presence of epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) in its white-tailed deer herd. This viral disease two deer and suspected in at least 10 others from North Florida that were examined this year. EHD is an insect-borne disease, transmitted to known as midges or nosee-ums. The disease can cause illness or death in individual deer but should disappear when freezing temperatures halt insect activity. EHD cannot be transmitted to humans or pets; however, as a general rule, people should avoid consuming sick or unhealthy deer. This is a disease that you typically see in late summer or the fall and it often occurs after periods of drought, said Dr. Mark Cunningham, wild life veterinarian for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). The good news is we dont expect long-term impacts to our states deer herd. Deer infected with EHD may have pronounced swelling of the head, neck and tongue and often have large ulcers in the mouth. Infected deer are often found near water and may be lethargic, lame and emaciated. The FWC is moni toring the health of the states deer herd and is examining deer for EHD and other diseases. Sightings of sick or dead deer can be reported to the FWC by calling 866-CWD-WATCH (866-293-9282), which is the states chronic wasting disease hotline number. In addition to Florida, at least 12 other states are reporting EHD cases.Bay County oyster bag limit lowered for OctoberThe commercial bag limit for oysters in Bay County will be lowered to 10 60-pound bags per person or vessel, whichever is less, starting Oct. 1. This change will be in effect for the month of October only and is being made through an executive order by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Before the change, the bag limit was 20 bags per person or vessel. This change does not apply to active oyster leases. This change was requested by the Bay County Commission and Bay County oyster harvesters to better sustain commercial oyster harvesting opportunities in the waters of Bay County. The executive order effecting this change can be seen at MyFWC.com/About; click on Inside FWC, Executive Director and Executive Orders.MOBILE, AL The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District announced they will be changing the hours and days of operations of their locks on the Alabama River and the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Rivers (ACF) system beginning February 1, 2013. The changes in the Levels of Service at each lock are being implemented as a result of the Corps nationwide effort to reduce costs by standardizing lock service levels based on actual usage while to the navigation community and other waterway users. Lock usage will be reviewed annually and adjustments in the Level of Service will be made if needed. The new Levels of Service on each river system are based on historic usage patterns, said E. Patcer, Mobile District. During the new operating hours the locks will be periodically operated to ensure machinery is properly functioning. Locks on the two river systems will be manned 10 hours per day, four days per week. Locks will be closed on holidays and when lock operators are on annual or sick leave. Locks will be staffed Friday thru Monday during the spring and summer (March September) and Monday thru Thursday during the fall and winter (October thru February). schedule an appointment for lockage. Locks will be made available twenty four hours per day, seven days per week for appointments dated during the hours locks are manned, subject to availability of lock operators and in conjunction with maintenance activities and as those activities allow. We will continue to make lockenvironmental reasons, Robbins said. We will also modify lock operating hours to accommodate special events by request. River will be from 6 a.m. 4 p.m. will be from 8 a.m. 6 p.m. ET. Locks affected on the Alabama River are Claiborne, Millers Ferry and R.F. Henry. On the ACF system, they are Jim Woodruff, George W. Andrews and Walter F. George. Locks on the Alabama River can be reached at the following numbers: *Claiborne Lock (251) 2824575 *Millers Ferry (334) 6824877 *R.F. Henry (334) 872-9525 *Or you can contact the BW&T/ Alabama-Coosa Project Manage(205) 752-3571. Locks on the ApalachicolaChattahoochee-Flint Rivers can be reached at the following numbers: *Woodruff Lock (850) 6634692 *Andrews Lock (229) 7233482 *Walter F. George (229) 7682032 *Or you can contact the ACF wood) at (334) 232-4542. contact the lock(s) prior to planning a trip to ensure the lock is operational. Locks will be closed on all Federal Holidays.US Army Corps of Engineers to change lock hours at Woodruff Dam, other sitesmay be taken, and one antler must be at least five inches long above the hairline. The daily bag limit on antlered deer is two. You can hunt wild hogs year-round on private lands and there are no bag or size limits. For hunting deer, muzzleloaders balls must be 20-gauge or larger. During muzzleloading gun season, you may not use muzzleloaders that take smokeless powder, ones that can be loaded from the breech or those with self-contained cartridge ammunition capabilities. Its also legal to shoot gobblers and bearded turkeys during muzzleloading gun season. You may take only one per day and theres a two-bird fallseason limit. But you cant hunt tur keys in Holmes County during the fall and winter. On WMAs, bag limits and antler/size restrictions the area before you hunt. New this year: Gray squirrel season has been extended statewide on private lands and from now on, it opens a month earlier. This year, it starts Oct. 13. This new rule didnt go into effect until after the 2012-13 Florida Hunting Regulations Handbooks were printed thats why the old November opening date is listed. Theres a daily bag limit of 12 gray squirrels and shooting fox squirrels is still against the law. Legal shooting hours are from a half-hour before sunrise to a halfhour after sunset. Except for turkeys, hunters may take resident game over feed such as corn on private lands. No baiting is allowed on WMAs, however. white-winged dove season begins Oct. 6 and ends Oct. 29 statewide. Shootnoon to sunset, and theres a 15-bird daily bag limit. to use for hunting doves is a shotgun, but you cant use one larger than a 10-gauge. Shotguns must be plugged to a three-shell capacity (magazine and chamber combined). You may hunt doves over an aghas been planted and manipulated under normal agricultural practices. However, its against the law to scatter agricultural products over an area for the purpose of baiting. Some things you cant do while pistols or crossbows; shooting from a moving vehicle; herding, or driving doves with a vehicle. In addition to a Florida hunting license, youll need a $5 muzzleloading gun permit to hunt during muzzleloader season. To hunt deer, you need a $5 deer permit and if youd like to take a fall turkey, youll need a $10 turkey permit ($125 for nonresidents). If youre going to hunt doves, youll need a no-cost migratory bird permit and if you hunt on a WMA, you also must have a management area permit, which costs $26.50. All are available at your local county tax collectors of(888) HUNT-FLORIDA; or by going online to License.MyFWC.com. So if youre going after that monster buck during the muzzleloading gun season or small-game hunting with friends and family, I hope Ive helped explain some of the things you need to know.

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OCTo OBER 10, 2012 / THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 29 ELECT Glenn KimbrelSHERERIFFFOR YOUR CALHOUN COUNTy YTheres No Substitute for Experience! I respectfully ask for your support on November 6. Vote for and Elect Glenn Kimbrel Sheriff, Calhoun County SUBURBAN JUNGLE:The animals are moving in Floridas conservation and wildlife management programs seem to be working well. Black bears are back up to their 1910 numbers, turkeys are doing well enough that even Holmes County has a season now, and it seems like there are about as many deer on the roads as cars these days. Thats good news, right?. Not necessarily. I have a different, more sinister theory thats based on personal experience and the best minutes of searching Google and YouTube.) I believe animals have given up on this whole survival-ofinto the suburbs in droves. Sure, it sounds silly, but consider it from the animals perspective. Lets say youre a deer. Every fall, mans. From dawn until dusk, youve got unfriendly people stomping through your bedroom. Sometimes, they hide in trees and just stare at you. Or sit in little boxes and watch you eat. Occasionally, they whack one of your buddies and drag him off somewhere never to be seen again. Now, lets suppose you wander into the suburbs of somewhere like Atlanta or Nashville or Tallahassee. Theres a ready supply of neatly trimmed vegetation to eat, the humans are friendly, the dogs are contained, and its against the law to shoot you. Of course you have to deal with the angry aggressive stares of the hunters who live there, but theres very little they can do when youre in their neighborhood. It used to be rare to hear of a deer in town. Now its barely worth snapping a picture. It seems like a no-brainer. Squirin the woods? Dangerous. Humans exception of 12-year-old boys with BB guns, of course.) Ducks may be catching on as well. Several cities are contending with not just the wretched Muscovy ducks fouling up their urban lakes and parks, now mallards are also becoming fullback up north instead?) Accordhumans are actively contributing to this problem. And then theres the bears. My friend and colleague, Scottie Cole, is a former law Gulf Breeze. Scottie was taking his garbage out recently and interrupted a bear using his trash can as a dinner plate. The bear even had the nerve to come back for seconds after Scottie ran him off. Keep in mind, this wasnt in some remote region of the Panhandle. It was in a densely populated coastal suburb. And dont forget about the guy who got knocked off his bicycle near Panama City by a bear crossing the highway. The most surprising refugees from the wild may be turkeys. Thats right: The most skittish, nervous and hardto-kill animal in the woods is moving into suburbia like they own the place. on YouTube, youll see what I mean. They arent just dropping by for a quick visit, they are by God aiming for a hostile takeover. The worst part is that some of the morons in these videos look like theyre ready to let it happen. Seriously, watch the clips. There are grown men and women running from turkeys. People have been by these big birds. people! Now, Im not an outlaw by any stretch of the imagination. I know there are laws against discharging I know why those laws are important. But I also know this: I wouldnt be able to look at myself in the mirror if I was being held hostage by poultry. So to my friends in law enforcement, consider this a confession-inadvance. If turkeys invade my culde-sac in Pensacola, youll be getting a call. It will be from my neighbors, come to get me, go on around to the back of the house. Ill be out by the cleaning bench. Just follow the feathers. JIM McCLELLANS OUTDooOORS DoDOWN SoSOUTHBBears are on the hunt for something to eat Florida News ConnectionOCALA The 3,000 black bears that live in Florida are busy at this time of year, foraging for food to last them through the winter. But every year their instinctive need places them at risk. Commission says every year about 150 bears are hit by cars. He explains why its important to protect the states bear population. and theyre doing well, that means that all those little critters that have smaller needs are going to be doing well because the bear is there and they have much larger needs. The Forgotten Coast Black Bear Festival, held Oct. 6 in Carrabelle, aims to educate the public on black bears and how people can help protect the ursine population by developing habits such as securing their garbage and keeping pet food inside. Florida bear populations can be found in forested areas around the state, with high numbers in Lake and Marion counties. Shannon Miller, the Florida Program says its important for everyone to take steps to protect the bears. in at night and waiting to put it out til the morning of, but your neighbor is putting their garbage out at night, then the whole neighborhood is still affected. Miller says that in the fall, bears are looking to eat as much food as possible and will instinctively look for the easiest food sources, which is why garbage and pet food are common targets.

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Catching a trophy largemouth bass is sought species in North America. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commissions (FWC) new TrophyCatch launched Oct. 1 will increase opportunities make other anglers dreams come true by letting their trophy swim for another lucky angler to catch. Gov. Rick Scott understands the im which annually generates more than $8 bil lion in economic impact and supports more bass alone annually provide anglers more than 14 million days of healthy outdoor recreation and generate approximately $1.25 billion in economic impact (U.S. Fish management programs are designed to and thus increase tourism and economic that and document progress. TrophyCatch is an innovative program to reward anglers for being great resource stewards by legally catching and releasing TrophyCatch includes three tiers to bass heavier than eight pounds that are caught in Florida waters. Bass 8 to 9.9 documented and released can be reported online at TrophyCatchFlorida.com anytime of the year. All that is required to qualify for great prizes are photos of the entire ing the length. Bass that are heavier than 13 pounds and are caught between Oct. 1 FWC staff to verify their weight and take released or provided to FWC for research making the angler eligible for great prizes. The World Fishing Network is partnering with the FWC to promote and manage the trophy bass website. TrophyCatch will enable biologists to manage lakes and rivers better by providing valuable incentives to anglers for reporting Division of Freshwater Fisheries Manage ment. The information will be used to evalu ate and improve management strategies that produce more and larger bass. Numerous industry sponsors are pro viding prizes to encourage conservation offering a boat and trailer to a randomly se lected angler who registers for the program. and attest to releasing trophy bass in Florida are eligible for prizes. Bass Pro Shops and Dicks Sporting Goods are providing gift to redeem on their website and Bass King gear. Other sponsors such as Pro Line com are providing extra incentives for Hall by New Wave Taxidermy. The biggest bass of the year will earn a Kissimmee Convention and Visitors Bu reau (CVB) will award the lucky angler understand all the rules and details about CatchFlorida.com). The governor isnt alone in touting Houston and Roland Martin. These icons to continue their dedication to conserva endorse TrophyCatch. Houston praised this conservation effort as a great partnership with industry to pro KP.Clements@MyFWC.com. Page 30 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTo OBER 10, 2012 LEGAL NOTICES NOTTICECE OF APPLICCAT TION OF TT AX DEEEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TRAVIS SYKES the hold tax deed to be issued thereon. year of issuance, the descrip tion of the property, and the sessed are as follows: Description of Property: A parcel of land lying in the Southeast of Section 13, Township 1 South, Range 5 West, Liberty County, Florida, and being within the bound ary of lands described in Of 365, of the Public Records of said County, said parcel being ing the Southwest Corner of grees 02 Minutes 39 Seconds East, along the Northwesterly boundary of said lands, a dispipe (found) for the Northwest Corner of said lands; thence 42 Seconds East along the Northerly boundary of said feet to the POINT OF BEGIN BEGINNING, thence continue 42 Seconds East along said Northerly boundary, a distance of 124.04 feet to an iron pipe (found) for the Northeast Corner of said lands; thence South 05 Degrees 12 Minutes 40 Seconds West along the East erly boundary of said lands, a distance of 427.93 feet to an iron pipe (found) for the South east Corner of said lands; Minutes 00 Seconds West along the Southerly boundary of said lands, a distance of Degrees 12 Minutes 40 Seconds East, 421.23 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. CCOMPREREHEENSIVEE E ENERERGY Said property being in the County of Liberty, State of Florida. law the property described in the highest bidder at the front door of the Liberty County Courthouse on the 20th day A.M., E.S.T. Dated this 27th day of Sep ROBERT HILL CLERK OF COURT LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA Kathleen E. Brown 10-3 T 10-24 ________________________________ FICTCTITTIOUS NAMEE RREgisGISTRaA TionION We hereby give notice to regis BusinessUSINESS NameAME & AddressDDRESS Bristol, Florida 32321OWNER NAME & ADDRESS Bristol, Florida 32321 CLCLJ JOOBSS MACC TECTECH NEEdDEdD upgrade and Reply with info and experience to teresae @fairpoint.net. JOB FAIR Marianna One Stop Center 4636 Highway 90 Must be 19 years of age Have a High School Diploma/GED FDLE Background Check EQualUAL employmentEMPLOYMENT opportunityOPPORTUNITY Paid and approved by James Jimmy Baggett NPA for Sheriff of Calhoun County.James Jimmy BaggettFOR Calhoun County SheriffHello citizens of Calhoun County! Sheriff for Calhoun County 2012. as the Chief of Police in the Town of Altha. I have Chief of Altha. However, for Honesty, Integrity and Fairness  for all residents of Calhoun County, no White or Hispanic. You will be treated equally and with Dignity and Respect. Our youth in Calhoun County  are in ity. hoods, in their schools and even at They face peer pressure that entic   that bad choices and getting involved result in future hardships transition to adulthood. If elected as Sheriff of Calhoun County,  I will reach out to our youth positive way. As Shercreate initiatives that focus on educating our youth about the potential consequences of poor choices and how to build solid foundations for the future. create youth initiatives such as the As a parent and grandparent I rec ognize the future of Calhoun County is in our youth and they deserve our James Jimmy Baggett

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I am committed to supporting our small business owners by connecting them to resources that could help minimize their tax burdens. CPAs are trusted advisors to thousands of Florida small businesses, FICPA CEO Deborah Curry said. Providing this tax strategy education to our states small business owners is just one more way that our members help the communities in which they live and work. The webinar will be offered at 2 p.m. on Oct. 16, at 12 p.m. on Oct.18, and at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 23. The focus of the session will be on year-end tax planning strategies for small businesses. An overview of key tax law provisions that affect businesses today will be discussed along with opportunities for lowering expenses, making needed capital improvements and examining potential impacts of health insurance changes and the expiration of tax cuts. For more information or to register for the Tax Facts: A Guide for Small Business Owners webinars, visit www.MyFloridaCFO.com/ YMM or call the Division of Consumer Services helpline at 1-877-MY-FLCFO (693-5236).Your Money Matters is an initiative to help Floridians secure a firm financial foundation. This program provides important financial information and resources to inspire all Floridians to take Free TT ax Guide webinar for small businesses set for Oct. 16, 18 & 23BECOME A VOLUNTEER FlL ORIdaDA GUa ARdDIanAN adAD LITEmM FOUndaNDA TIOnN PHONE (850) 410-4642 elp an abused neglectedor otherwiseat rischildbbecoming a olunteeruardianad item DIScoCOVER howHOW YoOU cCAN MAKE A dDIFFERENcCE IN A chCHILdDS LIFE. Best of the Latest Country Charted songs, mixed in with your favorite oldies. K KK-102.7 FMFM WYBTBT RRadio YY -1000 AM AM K102.7 FM Hometown News, weather and river readings at 8 a.m. ET. 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Speak Up!....10 Antique & gift shop opens...11 VFD Fundraiser....12 Obituaries....23 Outdoors Down South.....29 Sheriff's Log.......2 Calendar.......4 Goat Day & Moonlight Market plans announced.......5 Octoberfest in Bristol......9 CLJNews.com WEDNESDA Y, OCTOBER 10, 2012 Vol. 32, No. 41JOURNAL THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY 50INCLUDES TAX Five-year-old on ATV runs off road, into treeby Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Motorhome rolls over 86-year-old at Woodman campgroundby Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Deshanna Marlowe, 5, shows a PHIL COALE PHOTOP ARADE TREATSLt. James Lowery of the Liberty County Aaron Day it would be a good idea to go fundraiser in Hosford. SEE P AGE 3 den player during Friday nights game. SEE P AGE 24Blountstown HIgh School Homecoming Queen Courtney McFarland, left, accepts her roses weeks festivities.

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Speak Up!....10 Antique & gift shop opens...11 VFD Fundraiser....12 Obituaries....23 Outdoors Down South.....29 Sheriff's Log.......2 Calendar.......4 Goat Day & Moonlight Market plans announced.......5 Octoberfest in Bristol......9 CLJNews.com WEDNESDA Y, OCTOBER 10, 2012 Vol. 32, No. 41JOURNAL THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY 50INCLUDES TAX Five-year-old on ATV runs off road, into treeby Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Motorhome rolls over 86-year-old at Woodmen campgroundby Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Deshanna Marlowe, 5, shows a PHIL COALE PHOTOP ARADE TREATSLt. James Lowery of the Liberty County Aaron Day it would be a good idea to go fundraiser in Hosford. SEE P AGE 3 den player during Friday nights game. SEE P AGE 24Blountstown HIgh School Homecoming Queen Courtney McFarland, left, accepts her roses weeks festivities.

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 3 Paid Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Ken Futch, NPA, for Calhoun County Sheriff Committed ProvenProfessionalism, Fairness and Compassion Through nearly 30 Years of Service, Education and Trailing Through Experience in Corrections, Enforcement Investigations and AdministrationJAILBAILCommunity members raise $2,154 in bail to contribute to Hosford 8th grade Disney trip ANDNot even Judge Ken Hosford could help the good folks of Liberty County who found themselves behind bars Friday he was there with them! A number of people took time out of their day to make calls to collect bail to get out of jail after being arrested for a good cause Friday. Funds raised by the suspects were donated to Hosford Schools Eighth Grade Class and will be used for their endof-the year class trip to Disneyworld. As of Tuesday, the total raised was $2,154 and more pledges are still coming in. Participants jailed were: Swayne Branch, Noel Mercer, Kathy Brown, Marie Goodman, Jim Johnson, Ken Hosford, Russell Hosford, ell, Dusty Arnold, Kyle Peddie, Aaron Day, Eric Durham, Steve Campbell, Ramsey Piggly Wiggly (Bret Tanner), R&S Excavation, C&P Logging and Roger Reddick. TAKING AIMJason Ellis, Warden at Graceville Correctional facility, takes aim at an electronic target at Chipola Colleges Public Service Open House Oct. 4. Firearms Instructor Eddie Elmore coordinated the electronic range exhibit. More than 100 public servants from the Law Enforcement and Corrections fields attended. Chipola offers three academies in the public service: Corrections, Law Enforcement and Fire-Fighting. The college also offers advanced training in several areas. BELOW, FROM LEFT: Marianna Police Chief Hayes Baggett, Jackson Correctional Institution Warden Randall Bryant, Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough, Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts, Chipola Public Service Director Steve Anderson and Cottondale Police Chief William Watford were among those attending.

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The Calhoun-Liberty Journal is published each Wednesday by the Liberty Journal Inc., Summers Road, P.O. Box 536, Bristol, FL 32321. Annual subscriptions are $18. Periodicals postage paid at Bristol, FLPOSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: P.O. Box 536, Bristol, FL 32321. (USPS 012367) Summers RoadLocated at 11493 NW Summers Road in Bristol MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 536, Bristol, FL 32321 TELEPHONE (850) 643-3333 Fax (888) 400-5810 EMAIL: thejournal@fairpoint.net ADS: cljads@fairpoint.net JOURNAL STAFFJohnny Eubanks...................Publisher Teresa Eubanks........................ Editor Sandra Brown...................Bookkeeper Deven Lewis......Production Asssistant Debbie Duggar...................AdvertisingOFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. 6 p.m. M-FTHE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Visit us on Facebook at CLJNews Page 4 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2012Thats how many copies of The Calhoun-Liberty Journal were distributed last week, ensuring plenty of coverage for your community announcements and great response for our business advertisers! 5,321 Wednesday, October 10 Monday, October 15 Tuesday, October 16 Sunday, October 14 Saturday, October 13 Thursday October 11 Friday, October 12 TODAYS MEETINGSBig Bend Hospice Advisory Council, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Apalachee Rest 7 p.m., Altha VFD AA, 6 p.m., Altha Community Center noon, Senior Citizens Center 5 p.m., Ag. Bldg., Conference Room across from Courthouse 6 p.m., Fire House 7 p.m., Dixie Lodge in Btown Calhoun Childrens Coalition/Calhoun Juvenile Justice Council, 1:30 p.m., W.T. Neal Civic Center, BtownTODAYS MEETINGS7 p.m., Veterans Civic Center 6 p.m., Altha Community Center 5-8 p.m. (CT), W.T. Neal Civic Center, Blountstown 7 p.m., Field HouseTODAYS MEETINGS, noon, Calhoun-Liberty Hospital 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. east door, in front of jailTODAYS MEETINGSAA, 7 p.m., basement of Calhoun County Courthouse 11 a.m., Apalachee Rest. 5 p.m. Calhoun Extension 8 p.m., Grace United Methodist Church, Hosford Adult Dance, 8-12 p.m. at the Legion Hall in BlountstownAttend the Church of your choice this Sunday Train DayVeterans Memorial Park 11 a.m.3 p.m. LCHS Dawgs vs. Bozeman High Home at 8 p.m. (ET) B-town Tigers vs. Marianna Away at 7 p.m. (CT) BIRTHDAYS Debbie Shepard Stephenie Ford Roberts BIRTHDAY ~ Sidney Johnson BIRTHDAYS Jacquez Brown, Karenda Ivory, Katelyn Bozeman, Chelsie Suber BIRTHDAYS C.W. OBrian, Titus Ty Overholt, LeTona Reed, Peggy Howland, Jo Ann Hayes, Genia Burke, Kammy Mann BIRTHDAY ~ Chad Dalton BIRTHDAYS Victoria Fant, Morgan McClendon, Steve Brown, Tim Young BIRTHDAYS Leigh Ann Summers, Charla Kearce, Jacob Summers, Michelle Futch Free soccer CAMP from 9 11 a.m. ages 4-8 years old Relay for life annual kickoff this Thursday The Calhoun/Liberty Relay for Life Kickoff is Thursday, Oct. 11 at 6 p.m. (CT). The event will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Blountstown. Please join us for a one hour event that will give you a glimpse of the 18 hour relay that will be held April 5, 2013. We are Huntn For A Cure so come out to help us get this Relay Season started. If you have questions, please feel free to call Sammy Singletary at (850) 643-7815, Dana Burns (850) 556-5414 or Shelly Burns (850) 661-6083. chili cookoff set Saturday, Oct. 20The Mossy Pond Volunteer Fire Department will be having their annual Chili Cook Off Saturday, Oct. 20 at the Mossy Pond VFD. Registration will begin at 4 p.m. Chili, crackers and a drink will served for $5 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Baked goods will also be sold. Judging will begin at 5:30 p.m. Come out support your VFD and enjoy visiting with your neighbors. Enjoy all the chili you can eat until it runs out! Anyone interested in entering should contact Jenny at 762-4432. The Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown will come alive Oct. 20 with tours, demonstrations of traditional crafts, blacksmith ing, goat petting and hay rides, entertain ment and old-fashioned activities for the annual Pioneer Day. There will b something for the whole family! Volunteers will be cooking biscuits and making crackling bread while musicians pick their instruments on porches at the cabins. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (CT). Pioneer Day is held in conjunction with the Blountstown Rotary Clubs Goat Day. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is a preservation of rural life in the Florida Panhandle. For further information on the Settle ment, call (850) 674-2777.Pioneer Day Oct. 20 to feature hay rides, hot biscuits & moreThe Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will be having a syrup making class Saturday, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Nov. 10 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. (CT). This is a one day class. If you enjoy hands-on experience and would like to learn the art of syrup making, this is the place to be. Call now to reserve the day you would like to attend. All will enjoy this experience at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown. (Located behind Sam Atkins Park.) There are limited slots available so call (850) 674-2777, or email at info@ panhandlepioneer.org now to reserve your slot. The cost of this class is $50. All items needed for class are supplied. Calhoun Seniors plan December 15 trip to JacksonvilleCome join Calhoun County Senior Christmas spirit for a trip to the Alhambra Theatre in Jacksonville to see White Christmas. This musical is a stage adapta We will leave the Senior Center on Saturday, December 15 at 6 a.m. (CT). We will arrive at the theatre by 10 a.m. (CT) for lunch and the show starting at 12:15 p.m.. Trip should arrive back in Blountstown around 6 p.m. (CT). You do not have to be Cost of the trip is just $89 per person, due upon sign up. Trip includes: transportation to Jacksonville, admission to show and buffet lunch with lots of food and desserts! Call us at 674-4163 to sign up for this trip.Flu shots available at Calhoun County Sr. Center Oct. 17The Calhoun County Health Department will be at the Senior Center, 16859 NE Cayson St., Blountstown on Wednesday, shots. You will need to make an appointment with the Health Department ahead of time by calling Katrina at 643-2415 x249. They will bill Medicare for you or you can pay a will need to give them this information when you call for your appointment. Do not call the Senior Center because we cannot schedule an appointment for you.

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 5 EVENTS Call (850) 523-7441 or (877) 247-6512 to RSVP or for more information. (TTY: (850) 383-3534 or (877) 870-8943) 8 a.m.-8 p.m. seven days a week or visit us at: www.capitalhealth.com/Medicare Seminars will be held in Liberty & Calhoun Counties onThursday, October 25, 11 a.m. (ET) Liberty Senior Center, 15629 NW County Road 12, Bristol Monday, November 5, 11 a.m. (ET) Hosford Senior Center, 17111 Florida 65, Hosford Thursday, November 8, 2 p.m. (CT ) Calhoun Senior Center, 16859 NE Cayson St., Blountstown Moonlight Market in Blountstown set for Oct. 25BLOUNTSTOWN Blountstown Main Street will be sponsoring another Moonlight Market on Thursday, Oct. 25 in downtown Blountstown. All booths will be set up on North Pear Street, the same as at the Fourth of July market. The event will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Artists, crafters, food and merchant vendors are invited to enter a free booth at the market. Farmers, bring your fresh produce to sell! The evening will kick off with a pet parade down North Pear. Bring your pets in costume to start the festivities (owners can dress up, too!). The BHS Project Graduation committee will be hosting a downtown Ghost Walk with all sorts of spooktacular tales. forum on North Pear Street. Candidates will draw a question from a hat, then have a chance to share their seeking. Bring your lawn chairs, then sit back and listen as the candidates talk issues. All candidates are invited to enter a booth at the market to answer questions from voters prior to the forum. To reserve your free booth space, call Kelli at 4472765. The 26th Annual Goat Day and Pioneer Day at the Pioneer Settlement, featuring goats, goat products, a goat show and a goat milking demonstration will be held Saturday, Oct. 20 beginning at 10 a.m. (CT). Many activities are planned for a day of family fun, including: Arts and crafts, food, games, Spiderman, face painting, Zoo World Shows throughout the day, magicians, hay rides and great live entertainment that will begin at 9 a.m. (CT). There will be free attractions and games for ages pony rides, train ride and special games, two coin digs, a greased pig and chicken chase. The games will begin at 11 a.m. Horse shows at the arena will be at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. and will be performed by Star Chasers! Parking is free. Handicap parking will also be available. Admission is $5 per person and children under the age of two are free. 26th annual Goat Day Oct. 20Goats, goat products, goat show and goat milking demonstrationsLCHS Class of plans 20th reunion on Oct. 12 and 13Attention LCHS Class of 1992, the 20 year class reunion for the LCHS Class of 1992 is this Friday and Saturday, October 12 and 13. The schedule of events is as follows: Friday, October 12 Pregame mixer at the Apalachee Restaurant at 6 p.m., then the LCHS vs. Bozeman football game at 8 p.m. (Reserved seating will be provided.) Saturday, October 13 Potluck Family Picnic at Veterans Memorial Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Please bring food to share.) Lady Anderson Dinner/ Dance Cruise originally scheduled for the evening of Saturday, Oct. 13 has been canceled. If you have any questions, please contact Angela (Woodham) Finch at (850) 643-6699.The Annual Edenfield Family Reunion will be held Sunday, Oct. 14 at 11 a.m. (CT), at Sam Atkins Park in Blountstown. All family and friends are invited to come and bring a covered dish. Paper goods (plates, napkins, cups and utensils) will be provided.

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Page 6 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 On T arget For Him Skeet ShootABOVE LEFT: Up to shoot is the team sponsored by Kevin Brown Enterprises. RIGHT: Bill Kull up to shoot. LEFT: Winner for Top Individual, Jason Moss. DANIEL STANLEY PHOTOS ABOVE LEFT: Kim Nobles takes aim, shoots and misses. CENTER: Team Telogia Baptist standing ready for their turn at the targets. RIGHT: Calvin Foran takes his turn shooting. ITS VERY WISE TO ADVERTISE in the Calhoun-Liberty Journal and... CLJN ews.COM The skeet shoot fundraiser for the Calhoun-Liberty Ministry Center was a great success. Initiated by the Christian Brotherhood of Hosford and Telogia, many more churches and individuals stepped up to support this event. Daniel Stanley said, We wanted to show our community that we are united under the name of Jesus Christ across denomi We support the Ministry Center and its of our community. The teams and individuals placed as follows: *First place team: Team JG *Second place team: Team Leon *Third place team: Team Ren egade *First place individual (and winner of shotgun): Jason Moss *Second place individual: Jimmy Gaczewski *Third place individu al: Steve Gunn One amazing shooter was Bill Kull of Clarksville. Early on in the development of the event, Bill was excited for the opportunity to shoot as well as raise money for the Ministry Center. He became concerned that he might not make the due to an illness. Thankfully Bill was healthy enough to participate in the event and from a wheelchair, he shot better than half of the other shooters! the Wetherby shotgun. More than 200 people participated as shooters, volunteers, or donors. Over $4,000 was raised for the Ministry Center. A huge thank you to the following sponsors: Big Bend Chapter of the Society of American For esters, Randall and Linda Peddie, Daniel and Jessica Stanley, Gail Williams, Ken Futch, Henderson Veterinary Clinic, Blountstown Drugs, Harold and Pam Brown, Sherriff Donnie Conyers, C.W. Roberts Contracting, Conyers Hardwood Flooring, Florida Baptist Convention, Rivertown Community Church, McCoys, The County Record, The Calhoun-Liberty Journal, WPHK 102.7 FM, Woodmen of the World, Kevin Brown Enterprises, North Florida Fire Sprinkler, Leon Exterminators, Richter Financial Group, National Wild Tur key Federation, Macedonia Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Bristol and Telogia Baptist Church.

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 7 COMMENTARY WASHINGTONMERRY-GO-ROUNDby Douglas Cohn and Eleanor Clift Social media and the sensible center decide debateWASHINGTON President Obama often looked down when Gov. Romney spoke and he seemed slightly unsteady dential debate on style and the plaudits came quickly from most commentators. Then the fact checkers began to weigh in: Romney had indeed proposed a budget-busting $5 trillion tax cut, his debate protestations to the contrary notwithstand ing. The undisclosed tax loopholes Romney would close undoubtedly would include elimination of the mortgage interest deduction. ObamaCare actually did derive from Romneys Massachusetts plan. In the end, Romney won the night; Obama will win the morning. For all the presidents preparation, it was stunning that he simply failed to say: My statements are accurate and the fact checkers will The have and have-not gap is widening at a pace remi niscent of the 19th century Gilded Age when Robber Barons had more money than the U.S. Treasury. And yet you believe millionaires and billionaires are paying their fair share of I cut the Social Security Tax by two percent. It is the largest tax most middle-income citizens pay and yet you You were caught on tape saying 47 percent of Americans pay no income tax and that you have already conceded their votes. Do you believe these people who are retired or in the military or who pay Social Security taxes, Medicare taxes, sales taxes, property taxes, fuel taxes and other taxes are Clearly, the president may have prepared, but he was unprepared. politics for most of the last half century. Television was in its infancy when Vice President Nixon and Senator John F. Kennedy faced off in 1960. History has judged that Kennedy, like Romney, won on style, but lost on substance. But times have changed. Now there is the Internet. Yet, long before the Internet was even an idea, H. L. Mencken wrote No one in this world has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of But that was then. The Internet has changed the world in many ways, not all of them uplifting, but one thing it has brought out in force is people who think for themselves and who link up with other like-minded people. It is a global phenomenon as witnessed by the Arab Spring. In the presidential campaign it was witnessed when Romneys 47 percent remark went Internet viral, penetrating the consciousness of just about every citizen of voting age. And by the time the cable news pundits weighed in at the conclusion of the 90-minute Obama-Romney debate, views were already forming and attitudes taking shape across the country and indeed the globe. Social media saw people tweeting and sharing their thoughts in real time on a variety of Internet sites. Its been a long year with a number of fringe voices commanding the headlines from Michele Bachmann to Herman Cain (remember 9-9-9) and of course Rep. Todd Akin and electorate is no longer the electorate of Menckens era. They age when millions of voices are now heard instead of a few spinmeisters and the public has learned how to sift through it all, ignoring the extremes and gravitating to the sensible center.

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Page 8 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 Celebrating 20 years of healthier moms & babies MARIANNA This year marks 20 years of in corporation for Chipola Healthy Start (CHS), our than 18,000 babies have been born to residents in *A 40% decrease in the number of births to teens *A 12% decrease in pre-term births in the last of moms and babies in Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, hope to continue to make a positive impact for many Healthy Start Saves Lives and Money. The mission of CHS Coalition is to decrease fetal and infant death and to improve the health outcomes by the March of Dimes is that around $45,000 is our dedicated board, staff and subcontracted service a difference for our moms and babies and for our Department, Holmes County Health Department, Jackson County Health Department and Marianna provide direct service for the moms and babies in Chipola Healthy Start Coalition (CHSC), a United Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Donnie Conyers, Democrat for Liberty County Sheriff Liberty County Sheriff Supporting our Sheriff Donnie Conyers Our Still The Right Man for A Tough Job! Thank You for Please join with us in keeping Sheriff Conyers on the job because: Under his Law Enforcement Leadership Liberty County is the safest county in Florida. His Record Speaks for Itself. He has given nearly 30 years of his life protecting Liberty County citizens.

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 9 O CT O BER FEST 4-H ARTS & CRAFTS SALE The Liberty County 4-H group held an arts and crafts sale as part of an Octoberfest celebration at Vet erans Memorial Park in Bristol Saturday. LEFT & RIGHT: A big smiles on the faces of a couple of delighted youngsters. RIGHT: a painted arm tat too from Shalene Shuler, who also stenciled a design on the side of Brayden Richters face. Jon Allen and his son, Julian, pick out a bracelet at one of the craft tables. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOT OS ABOVE: Mya Joiner takes a look at a little pink doll. RIGHT:Brayden Ritcher tries to decide which magnet he wants to buy.

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Page 10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 NO HIDDEN CHARGES: It is our policy that the patient and any other person responsible for payments has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed by payment or any other service, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours or responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. Cataracts? Freedom from Eye Glasses, Now a reality for many. Lee Mullis M.D. and Cataract Specialist Smart Lenses SM Dr. Mulliss Smart Lens SM procedure can produce clear vision without eyeglasses. Close-up, Far away & In-between CALL TODAY for a Smart Lens Evaluation Mullis Eye Institute 4320 5th Ave. Marianna (2 Blks from Jackson Hospital) (850) 526-7775 or 1(800)769-3429 We've got the fence posts to meet your needs. Liberty POST & BARN POLE Dempsey Barron Road, Bristol (off Hwy. 12 N) PHONE (850) 643-5995 Becky Trickey RE-ELECT SMITH TAX COLLECTOR CALHOUN COUNTY LET EXPERIENCE WORK FOR YOU! PAID BY BECKY TRICKEY-SMITH, DEMOCRAT, FOR CALHOUN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR To the editor: I remember the days when a hard rain would come, culvert or bridge before you got to your destination. Now, we have lime rock and pavement on public roads throughout the county. This is excellent compared to the surrounding counties. So why are people still unhappy and trying to break the main link that has worked tirelessly to help bring in the funds which created the infrastructure that we enjoy today? The rumor mill is that when the new Calhoun As a citizen and taxpayer of Calhoun County, I only what is going on before any major moves are made. The majority of citizens are very happy with the infrastructure improvements and would like to see the progress continue. Gary Ward, Blountstown To the editor: Almighty God, we acknowl edge our dependence upon thee and beg thy blessing us, our parents, our teachers and our country. This simple little prayer was banned from public schools in 1962. Bible reading was banned from public schools the next year. Standing under a large pine tree in front of Carr School looking up at the American Flag remember ing the day we as a nation kicked God out of our education system. Then the gathering. Principal Dar ryl Taylor and 30 young saints, teachers, secretary Carol Hand and Asst. Principle Karen Pitts formed a circle, holding hands around the Billy Joe Hand and two others us off as one after another young and old took turns in declaring our dependence upon our creator and to petition him for guidance and blessings for our families, our schools and our country. There is a lot of pride in partici pating in celebrating in an event that is pure Americana with others who believe in God, who love fam ily and who embrace our god given liberties; God bless our school board members, our principals and our state which allows us to publicly express our faith. In the above mentioned prayer, the immediate phrase that stands out is we acknowledge our de pendence upon thee. Since we as a nation suddenly discontinued, in our schools, the acknowledgement of our dependence on God, should generation and our society in gen eral, has been negatively affected just kick God out of schools and not expect consequences, right? A well known Christian histo rian, David Barton, has studied our pre-1962 society and post-1962 society and has charted evidence that the four parts of our society mentioned in the banned prayer, have indeed declined drastically. We are not just talking about prayer being banned from school, but the on going removal of God society. Here is some statistical proof that things have indeed gone in the wrong direction. Upon us... when we removed all references to God from school (and from our society in general), we suddenly see a statistical jump in teenage sexual activity. Premari tal sexual activity among 15 year old students has increased almost 1000 percent since 1962. Teenage pregnancies have increased over 400 percent and when abortion was legalized in 1972, it went from bad to worse. Sexually transmitted diseases have increased almost sexual assault have similarly dra matically increased in the years since 1962. Our parents... Since the removal of the prayer to bless our parents, along with a sub sequent court ruling allowing no-fault divorces, divorce rates are up almost 120 percent; the rate of single parent families has increased 140 percent; the rate of unmarried couples living together has increased almost 600 percent and the adultery rate has increased 700 percent. Our teachers... with the ban schools and our society, a valuefree environment has been created. The removal of moral absolutes has altered student behavior and as a direct result, student achieve ment. Since 1962, the quality of our education system (our teachers), as measured by student achieve ment has dramatically declined. Our country... as we have consistently purged God and Christian influence from our schools and our society, we should not be surprised to discover that violent crime has increased rap idly. Between 1962 and 1993, the number of violent crimes has increased 660 percent. To the extent people are not taught that there are moral absolutes and that there are consequences for their actions, violent crimes in America will continue to increase. schools and our society and we suddenly have dramatic societal degradation in student morality, marriage and family, education, achievement and violent crime, just to name a few areas. Who is not surprised by this cause-andeffect relationship? John Crocker, Kinard SPEAK UP! Write: The Journal, P.O. Box 536, Bristol 32321 or email us at: thejournal@fairpoint.net with a letter to the editor

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 11 CHAD CAPPS Your Home town Boy Come see Chad anytime for a great deal on your next vehicle. Come on over JUST IN 1st Quality Carpeting, Factory Overstocks Originally $ 1 89 /SF Originally $ 3 39 /SF NOW 99/SF NOW $ 1 25 /SF NEW SHIPMENT OF AREA RUGS 2 x 4 $ 5 00 2 x 6 $ 12 50 2 x 8 $ 15 50 3 x 5 $ 12 50 4 x 6 $ 19 90 5 x 8 $ 35 50 6 x 9 $ 45 50 Shags $ 75 50 Loose Lay Fiber Back Vinyl 13 Wide 99/SF Heavy Fiber Back Closeouts Reg. $ 2 50 /SF NOW 99/SF WE NOW SELL CONCRETE PAVERS BEAUTIFUL & DURABLE For Pools, Deck, Patio & Driveways 6 x 6, 6 x 12, 8 x 8, 12 x 12 Hexagon, Cobbles, Bishops Hat and Interlocking in a variety of colors Starting at $ 2 95 /SF Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce mem bers joined Mary Sue (Bridges) Neves Thurs day for the opening of her new business, Three Bridges Antiques and Gifts, located on the corner of Hwy. 20 and Charlie Johns Street in Blountstown. From left: Wes Johnston, Vicki Montford, Martha Settlemire and Chamber Pres ident Ben Hall are pictured with Neves, shown holding scissors, along with Johanna Plummer (shown with son, Gus), Renee Crawford and Jim Jines. The new shop will feature gifts, jewelry, antiques, and treats. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTO Three Bridges Antiques & Gifts opens Register for Chipola T erm C on Thursday MARIANNAChipola College will hold new and returning student registration for Fall term C, Thursday, Oct. 11, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Term C classes begin Friday, Oct. 12. Late registration continues through 3 p.m. Oct. 12. Term C courses include: (AMH 2020) American History since 1865 (online); (CLP 2140) Abnormal Psychology (on line); (ENC 1101) Comm Skills I (online); (DEP 2102) Child Psychology; (DEP 2004) Human Growth and Development; (PSY 2012) General Psychology and (SLS 1101) Orientation, (online). Chipolas open-door policy guarantees acceptance to any student with a standard high school diploma or its equivalent. Pro spective students should complete a college of Admissions, or online at www.chipola. high school and college transcript. Students should visit an academic advisor in the Student Services building to register. For information about enrolling at Chipola, call the Admission and Records chipola.edu. NOTICE T AX IMPACT OF VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD Liberty T ax Year 2012 County DR-529 R. 12/09 Rule 12D-16.002 Florida Administrative Code

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Page 12 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 YOU CAN COUNT ON RENE A TTAWA Y CRAWFORD! I WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE Rene Attaway Crawford POLITICAL AD PAID FOR BY RENE ATTAWAY CRAWFORD, DEMOCRAT, FOR CLERK OF COURT for CALHOUN COUNTY Clerk of Court I was born and raised in Calhoun County where Chipola River with my Dad, Fred Attaway. I raised my children here and I real ize how rare places like Calhoun County are in our world today. My Dad in stilled in me a great love for our County and the people in it. He taught me that the only way to preserve Cal houn Countys assets and its heritage is for future gen erations to give back more than they take. If elected, I will consider my job as Clerk of Court a sacred trust. I will dedicate myself to continuing to give back to my community and the people in it just as my Dad did all those years ago. A vote for Renee Attaway Crawford on November 6, 2012 is a vote for a each and every citizen with respect and dignity. I will make your problems my problems and together we will solve them! The American Red Cross is offering tips to parents to reduce their risk of Parents can reduce their risk of home The American Red Cross recom The Red Cross depends on the gener People can send donations to support American Red Cross Disaster Relief. Consider making a donation today by visiting www.tallyredcross.org, calling (850) 878-6080. Contributions may also be sent to your local Red Cross chapter, 1115 Easterwood Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32311. Contributions enable the Red Cross to prepare for and provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance in response to disasters. OCT OBER IS FIRE SAFETY MONTH Red Cross urges families to talk FIRE DEPT. FUNDRAISER Andy Waldorff, Scott Nichols and Coy Huckabee are shown at left as they prepare food to be served at Satur days annual Carr-Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department Fundraiser. The community gathered at Carr School, where folks paid $6 a plate to eat there and chipped in $25 to go home with a Boston Butt. One of the highlights of the event is the display of decorated cakes, which gave everyone incentive to take part in an old-fashioned cake walk in hopes of winning one. Several cakes including those pictured below were also auctioned off, with one going for $100. Funds raised JEAN WEEKS PHOT OS

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 13 Anniversary CelebrationShorty & T eresa MESSERMarried, Oct. 12, 1999 and the celebration continues... birthdaysJOYCE SUMMERS HOSFORDJoyce Summers Hosford will celebrate her 90th birthday with friends and family Sunday, Oct. 14. The celebration will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Billy Don and Ann Hosford Smiths home located on 15089 Granny Annie Road off Hwy 20, one mile east of Hosford. There will be good food, music and a great time. Please come and share any Joyce stories you may have. For more information, contact: Kitte Hosford Carter at (850) 212-0803, Ann Hosford Smith at (850) 510-6778, or Sundae McMillan at (850) 519-2312, or email at kittecarter@ gmail.com. No gifts, please. GREENLEY MADISON HIRESGreenley Madison Hires celebrated is the daughter of Brogan White of Hosford and Jason Hires of Bristol. She enjoys playing with her little friends at Noahs Ark and spending time with family. She celebrated her big day with a Minnie Mouse party.MARY L. HANDMary L. Hand will celebrate her 100th birthday Saturday, Oct. 13 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Civic Center in Blountstown. She owned the store on River St. and made the Dew Drops famous. Her family invites everyone to help her celebrate.DYLAN WILLIAMS SLAYT ONDylan Williams Slayton celebrated his 12th birthday Sunday, Oct. 7. He is the son of Tonia Williams of Telogia and Dole Slayton of Crawfordville. His grandparents are Edward and Annice Williams of Telogia and Stanley and Shelia Slayton of Crawfordville. ing. He celebrated early with a cruise trip with family and friends. Caitlyn Watson wins the All Around at Gymnastic Classic in TallahasseeCaitlyn Watson, seven, won the All Around Title for Level Two, Sr. Division Gymnasts at the Canopy Road Gymnastic Classic held at the Trousdell Gymnasium in Tallahassee Her level two Sr. Division team competed with three other gyms from Wakulla, Tallahassee and Ocala. The Trousdell Gym level two team Gymnastics for two years. She is the daughter of Candice Dawson of Bristol and Marlon Watson of Pace and sister to Marcelo Watson. She is the granddaughter of James and Veldina Dawson of Bristol and Marlon, Sr. and Maria Watson of Dallas, TX. She is a second grader at Kate Sullivan Elementary in Tallahassee. AchievementsCaitlyn is shown during the competition. the home of Angelas parents, William and Margie Woodham. Nicks parents are the late George and Dixie Finch. ment of Business and Professional Regula tion in the Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering as an Investigator and Angela is employed Division of Childrens Medical Services as a Senior Management Analyst. Together, Nick and Angela have three special canine companions a Chiweenie named Minnie and a German Shepherd named Shadow. the Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church activities. In their free time, Nick and Angela enjoy When they have a chance to escape on their own, Nick and Angela enjoy taking long rides along the coast on the Harley. Nick and Angela Finch to celebrate 16th anniversary

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Page 14 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 ACCEPTING NEW PA TIENTS 12761 NW Pea Ridge Rd., Bristol, FL 32321 TELEPHONE 643-5417 www.bristoldentalclinic.com DENTURE LAB ON PREMISES Same-Day Service on R epairs & R elines Heating & Air Conditioning FL LIC. # CMC1249570 (850) 674-4777 Whaley Whaley TALLAHASSEE The U.S. Forest Service will soon begin their prescribed Forest. Whether its prescribe Forests. CORLETTS ROOFING LLC FREE ESTIM A TES Michael Corlett (850) 643-7062 Laban Bontrager, DMD Monica Bontrager, DMD Bristol Dental Clinic LOGGERS! Dont get stopped in your tracks. Call us! Premium namebrand tires Apalachicola National Forest will Dear Calhoun County Friends: The November 6, 2012 election day is fast approaching. I am so very grateful to the voters in Calhoun County that have allowed me to serve two terms as your school superin tendent. It has been an honor, and I have tried to represent both the citizens of Calhoun County and the Calhoun County School District to the best of my ability. Last year we had the distinction of being the only school district in Florida that had an A Grade in every school. That is a great tribute to the administrators, teachers, staff, and students that we have in our schools. I try to stay highly vis ible at school, church, and community activities. I dont just appear at election time, and then fade away. I have not only been visible, but also active in supporting our students and our schools with my time, money, and effort these past 12 years. I attend events to support our students and their activities, not to promote myself. It is all about the students with me. They are the ones performing in activities, and donating their time, sweat, and efforts to achieve feats of greatness and responsibility. dual enrollment classes to over 24 specialized hours of col lege credit. This saves parents a tremendous amount of money when their child begins college, and it shortens the length of time in college for our students. We have been recognized across the State of Florida as a high performing school district since 1998. Our students have been national and state award winners, both as an organization and individual recognition. We have enhanced our sports program during that time with adding boys and girls weightlifting and cross country programs. We have built a new high school in Blountstown, and moved to the vacated campus of the old Blountstown High School. We purchased three tracts of land and closed two roads at Altha to enlarge our campus as we prepare to erect new fa cilities on our campus there. Four years ago I opposed consolidating our schools for several reasons. One it was dividing our county, and gener ating some very angry and hard feelings. The second reason was that churches and schools are the backbone of our com munities. It is a tremendous feeling of loss of identity and ownership when that happens. It really hurts the people that were involved in those programs. Just ask the citizens of Mayhaw, Frink, and Kinard how they felt when it happened to them. The third reason is that half of the high school students in the county would lose out on scholarships, and opportunities academic, or some other extra -curricular program. Also, I havent accomplished all the goals I would like to see our school district achieve. There is still much greatness ahead and I long to be part of that. I humbly ask for another opportunity to continue what we have started, and go beyond the outstanding feats that have been accomplished through our students, teachers, administrators, and school staff. REELECT T OMMY MCCLELLAN FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ON NOVEMBER 6, 2012 Sincerely, Tommy McClellan REELECT TOMMY M C CLELLAN for Superintendent of Calhoun County Schools Bluegrass & Gospel music program set for Oct. 27 St. Joe.

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100TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY Telogia Baptist Church will be celebrating their 100th year anniversary Sunday, Oct. 14 from at 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A covered dish dinner will be at served at noon and Telogia Baptist Church will be furnishing the meat for the meal that day. We will be honoring as our guests, the following Past Pastors: Reverend Glen Levan, Reverend Tommy Sumner, Reverend Wayne Sumner, Reverend Gordan Adank, Reverend Maurice Langston, Reverend Clyde Roberts and our current Reverend Eric Durham. Also, we will be honoring our Honorary Deacon, Brother Pete Brown. The years of service that each Past Pastor has served will be talked about and a CD of pictures of the past will be presented at the event. You may see a loved one or someone from the past that you grew up with and may have forgotten about. Singing will be provided by our own Praise Team, Black Family Group, Pat Summerlin, Joy, Glenda Bennett, Donnie Phillips, Church Children and any one that wants to sing. We are going to have a day of fun and memories. We welcome anyone that would like to join us to come and share this great celebration that marks another step in our church history. S T LUKE C H URC H OF GOD IN CHRIST St. Luke Church of God in Christ will be having a guest speaker Sunday, Oct. 14 at 8 a.m. (ET). The speaker is Missionary Jackson from St. Petersburg. Shes Blountstown. We invite everyone to come out and praise the Lord with us. For more information, please call Pastor Delano Reed at (850) 643-6400. BOW SHOOT There will be a 3D archery target competition shooting for men, women, boys and girls of all ages Saturday, Oct. 13 with registration beginning at 8 a.m. (ET) at First Baptist Church in Bristol, located on 10677 NW Michaux Rd. Bows and arrows will be provided for children. All adults will need to equip themselves. Lunch will be served at noon and is free for participants. The cost is free; however, either canned food, or a small monetary donation is requested in an effort to help needy families in Liberty County by giving out food baskets during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Directions to the event are as follows: Heading east from Hosford, take a left on Myers Ann Street just past Liberty County High School. After reaching the stop sign, First Baptist Church will be in front of you. Come out for a great day of fellowship! For more information, call (850) 643-5400. SWIFTWA TER Pastor Dewayne Tolbert of Victory Hill P.H. Church would like to invite everyone to share in the churchs 2012 Homecoming Celebration Sunday, Oct. 14, beginning at 10 a.m. The band, Swiftwater (shown below) with Al and Wretha Webb, Sharlyn Smith, Mary Cathryn Jacobs and Larry Strickland will begin singing at 10 a.m., sharing anointed songs from their new CD. Beginning at 11 a.m., Pastor Derek Causseaux will be sharing Gods word during the morning worship service. Please join us for this exciting service. Make sure you plan to stay for dinner and fellowship after the service. We cant wait to see you! OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15 Flu Vaccine & U THIS MEANS YOU. W ALK-IN SHOTS in OCT OBER: ACCURA TEFIRST FIRST TEDDY EUBANKSElect TAX COLLECTORFOR LIBERT Y COUNT Y NEWS FROM THE PEWS Notes of ThanksThe Panhandle Pioneer Settlement wants to thanks all those who came out to make the Peanut Boil the biggest ever. Special thanks to Gary Ward for donating the peanuts, Harveys for supplies, Unchained for great Gospel Music and Easy Company for wonderful country band and vocal. A tribute was given for Gary Watterson. We miss him greatly. Thanks to all the media: WKMK, the County Record and Calhoun-Liberty Journal for the great coverage before and after. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Sam Atkins Park The Carr/Clarksville VFD would like to thank all of those who came out to our Whether you bought a plate, provided cakes, bought cakes, or gave a donation your support is greatly appreciated. With your support we are able to continue to be available to the community when an emergency arises. Thank You, Darryl OBryan, Chief, CCFVD We would like to thank everyone who called, visited, sent cards or memorial gifts, food, or prayed for the Phillip Tyre family during our tragic loss. Also, thank you Pastor Jerry Chumley and Marlon Peavy for making Phillips service a comfort to us. May God bless you all, Gary and Delores McDougald We would like to say thank you to the invade your jail, and to all the participants for being such good sports in last weeks Jail & Bail. Thanks to everyone that donated to bail someone out or just donated; it is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Hosford eighth grade class SwiftwaterIts VerY Wise to Advertise Make the most of your business with an ad in The Calhoun-Liberty JOURNAL

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Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2012 OCTOBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17 LIBERTY TIRE COMPANY10781 NW SR 20 in Bristol643-2939 RamseysPiggly WigglyHave a great football season!LOCATED IN BRISTOL AND BLOUNTSTOWN Bay Blountstown17178 Main St. StreetFORDGo BHS Tigers! Blountstown DRUGS20370 Central Ave. W Congratulations on a great Homecoming celebration! Phone 674-3838 19838 SR 20 W IN BLOUNTSTOWNPizza & Subs WAL MART AlwaysAL W AYS LOW PRICES. VOTE C ARLA H AND FOR Calhoun Clerk of CourtI am COMMITTED to serving YOU! I am EXPERIENCED Clerk Employee, 8+ years I am QUALIFIED Twin Oaks Juvenile Development, Inc. Go Tigers! TatumsHardware & Supply Blountstown(850) 674-4559 JEMISON Heating & Cooling, INC. Cell 899-3259 BHS Tigers The Diamond Corner Phone 674-8801 BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOLThis years Blountstown High School HomeKing Taylor W ood and Queen Courtney coming court rides in style on a long trailer. parade. Phil Coale and Tony Shoemake

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Page 18 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 SCHOOL LUNCHMENUOct. 10 Oct. 16 Laban Bontrager, DMD, Monica Bontrager, DMD Bristol Dental Clinic* Each breakfast includes a choice of assorted cereal, whole wheat buttered toast and juice. CALHOUN LIBERTY Pea Ridge Rd in Bristol, Phone (850) 643-5417 MENUS SPONSORED BY:Altha and Carr FCCLA attend leadership training meetingThe Altha FCCLA and Carr FCCLA attended the Region One FCCLA Leadership Training Friday, Sept. 21 at the 4-H Youth Camp at the Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown. west attended. At the meeting students moved from one area to another on lish and another former state president, Brett Floyd. session of team building. These students Altha Kindergartners had a fun The Senior Class and FFA are now selling Satsumas for$20 a box. Please see a senior or yours. The tentative delivery FFA attends COLT conference Sept. 27 to our own members. they learned! altha wildcats Celebrating the letter P*Thursday 11 *Friday 12 to the Fire Department. *Saturday 13 Cross Country at Mosley *Monday 15 *Tuesday 16 *Wednesday 17 FCA Huddle Meeting, *Thursday 18 Altha Calendar of Events

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Hosford School OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 19 Blountstown Middle Schools Volleyball team is pictured above. Team members include, FRONT R OW : Madison Taylor, Emma Richards, Mary Beth W illiams, Annika Milligan, Aliya Everett, Minnie Rives. MIDDLE ROW : Brianna W alker, Morgan W eiler, Jara Phillips, Reyna Morales, Taniyah Brown, Madison Yoder, Abby Bailey and Teria Dabney. BACK ROW : Bianca Martinez, Hannah Bryant, Tiffany D ees, Lana W ood, Autumn Lee, Braicee D eitz, Courtnee Shuler, Mackenzie Eubanks and Coach W endy Eubanks. Celebrating homecoming with TWIN DAY Hosford School celebrated homecoming week at their school spending one day followed by a twin. The students picked partners and they dressed as twins. Pictured are some of the students that had fun with this homecoming event. LEFT: Evy Peddie and Shelby Copas. BELOW LEFT: Austin W aller and Jayden Cain. BELOW : Savannah Myers, Georgia Hender son, Christina Kent and Savanna Fowler. BELOW RIGHT: Noelle Prichard and Ivy Crain. BELOW FAR RIGHT: Aiden Hirsch and Joe Finuff. RIGHT: Haley Beasley and DeLaynee Cobb. BTOWN middle schoolMiddle School Volleyball team Tiger Pee Wee Football Blountstown Pee Wee football player Marcus Boykin, left, brings down Franklin Countys Ethan Riley by his jersey during Saturdays game in Blountstown.RIGHT : Blount stown football Pee Wee player Whit Whitworth, right, opens his arms and closes his eyes as he moves in to tackle Franklin Countys Lamarius Martin. LEFT : T iger Pee Wee football quarterback Blase OBryan throws a pass against Franklin. PHIL COALE PHOT OS PHONE (850) 643-3333 FAX (888) 400-5810Serving two counties that make up one great community!The Calhoun-Liberty JOURNAL

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Page 20 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 ROYALTYHomecoming2012 LCHS Homecoming Queen Jessica Read and King Alex Marlowe are shown above center. Their court includes David Black, Dustin Watson, Michael Robinson, Matthew Bodiford, runner-up Sydney Sanders, Brooke Revell, Chuck Morris, Carly Sapp, Shelby White, Bailey Singletary, McKenzie Trim, Eric Fowler, Madison Peddie, Leslie Williams and Hunter Jacobs. SHARON AUSTIN PHOTO EVENT SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 3 IN MARIANNACovenant Hospice announces Care with Flare 5K Run/WalkMARIANNA The City of Marianna Fire Department and Covenant Hospice invites everyone to join us at the Care with Flare 5K Run/Walk Saturday, Nov. 3 at Covenant Hospice, located on 4215 Kelson A venue, Suite E in Marianna. We are very excited to announce the addition of a Post-Race Celebration awards. Formerly known as the Ladder Scatter 5K, the 2011 event boasted almost 150 runners and walkers. We are very excited to announce the name change and the additional activities to this years event said A ngela Jackson, Development Specialist for Covenant Hospice. R ace entry is $25 and t-shirt and race basis. Registration will start at 7:30 a.m. the day of the event and the race will begin at 9 a.m. The student entry fee will be $10. There will also be a free kids one mile fun run for children under the age of 14. Captain George Gay and the Marianna Fire Department will be serving their famous barbecue lunch plates for $5. And, you can have games and exhibits for $5 per person all while DJ Kit Reagan is playing music until 2 p.m. A wards will be given in the following categories: Overall Male; Overall Female; Top three in all age groups male and female. Age groups: 14 years old and under, 15-19 years old, 20-24 years old, 25-29 years old, 30-34 years old, 35-39 years old, 40-44 years old, 45-49 years old, 50-54 years old, 55-59 years old, 60 years old and up wheeled division. You can register online at www. www.active.com. For more informa Jackson at (850) 482-8520, or (850) 209-8008, or via email jennifer.griforganization dedicated to providing comprehensive compassionate service to patients and their loved ones during times of life limiting illnesses, based on need, regardless of ability to pay. I am COMMITTED to serving YOU! I am EXPERIENCED Clerk Employee, 8+ years I am QUALIFIED CPA, CGFO, BS Accounting UFPaid for by Carla Hand, NPA, for Calhoun County Clerk of Court LIBERTY COUNTY CALHOUN COUNTY2012 Blountstown High School Homecoming Queen Courtney McFarland girl Ali Claire Ramsey and crown bearer Britt Newsome, 9th graders Anna Hassig and Trent Woodham, 10 graders Hannah Plazarin and Thomas Howell, juniors Aelon Dykes and Alex Wroblewski and senior class attendants Ashley Alexander, Alexis Butler, Hope Jerkins, Randa McCrone, Caroline Tomlinson, Bobbie Andrews, Chesten Goodman, Casey Johnson, Brandon Purvis and Devan Roulhac. PHOTOS BY PHIL COALE AND DANIEL WILLIAMS

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 21 MV5496City Tire Co.Hwy. 20 West Blountstown 674-8784 The Calhoun County T ax Becky Smith and StaffWay to go T igers!20859 Central Ave. E Blountstown, FL(850)674-8242 The Calhoun County Supports the Blountstown Tigers Golden Pharmacy17324 Main Street N., BLOUNTSTOWN674-4557 Rene Attaway Crawford Clerk of Courtfor CALHOUN COUNTY Supporting BHS T igers James Jimmy BAGGETTFOR Calhoun County Sheriff The Kingdom of Opportunity Way To Go TIGERS! The City of Blountstown City Council Go Tigers! Compliments of your friends at 20291 Central Ave. West Blountstown 674-4359 BLOUNTSTOWN POLICE DEPT.and its employees wish BHSa great homecoming! PHONE 674-5987 Dr. Barry Edewaard 674-202017521MAIN ST. N Blountstown PHOTOS BY PHIL COALE AND DANIEL WILLIAMS2012 BHS Homecoming celebration continues

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Page 22 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012Minutes from the Sept. 6 Liberty Commission meeting The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dexter Barber. Present were Commissioners Kevin Williams, Davis Stoutamire, Albert Butcher, Jim Johnson, Attorney Shalene Grover and Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce. Prayer was led by Dick Stanley. Pledge of allegiance was led by Commissioner Jim Johnson. Motion to approve the minutes of the regular meeting held August 9th, emergency meeting August 27 and public hearing and special meeting on August 30, 2012 was made by Johnson, seconded by Stoutamire and carried. Lamar Holland requested sand be moved in by the County Road Department to the Veterans Park. They would like to include beach volley ball at the park. Motion to approve was made by Butcher, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to add to the agenda to discuss speed bumps in Rock Bluff was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Butcher voted No. Keith McCarron with Apalachee Region work program with DOT for the year 2013 through 2017. Commissioner Stoutamire requested that Mr. McCarron look into transferring CR 67 back to the State. Arts Council requested a $500 donation for the Chipola Performing Arts Building. Motion to approve was made by was made by Williams, seconded by Butcher and carried. Chairman of the Arts Council Meiko performances and art show schedules. 911 Director, Stephen Ford presented two grants. Grant in the amount of $1,250 to attend spring conference for one week and a maintenance grant in the amount of $1,398. Motion to approve was made by Johnson, seconded by Williams and carried. Motion to approve Resolution # 12-13 on the Shirley Conroy Grant for Liberty Transit in the amount of $49,000 was made by Johnson, seconded by Williams and carried. Kelly King presented the contract between the Liberty County Board of County Commissioners and State of Florida Department of Health for operations for the Liberty County Health Department for the year 2012-2013. Motion to approve contingent upon the County Attorney approval was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to approve Resolution # 12-11 thanking the Liberty County Correctional Institution for their valuable assistance and opposing the privatization of the prisons in Florida was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to approve Resolution # 12-12 opting out in implementing a local onsite sewage evaluation and assessment program informing the Florida Secretary of State was made by was made by Butcher, seconded by Stoutamire and carried. Motion to approve a contract between the Liberty County Board of County Commissioners and the Liberty County School Board concerning the purchase of property, .286 acres for parcel number 01468-000 and .430 acres for parcel number 01469000, that includes a 2,744 square foot build ing and authorizing the Chairman to sign the deed was made by Williams, seconded by Stoutamire and carried. Motion to discuss at the next regular meeting the personnel policy addition concerning recruitment was made by Butcher, seconded by Johnson and carried. The Board discussed the agreement for ment to piggy back on to Gulf Countys contract. Everyone would like to look at this before a decision is made. The Florida River contract with North Florida Water Management was discussed. The County Attorney will arrange a meeting with Water Management, The Board and J.T. Hathaway, Road Superintendent. Motion to remove speed bumps at Rock Bluff Assembly of God Church was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Williams and Butcher voted No. Motion to pay the bills was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to adjourn was made by Williams, seconded by Johnson and carried. Warrant List & Numbers Payroll Fund 33726 33785 Operating Fund 5698 5913 Weatherization Grant 4706 _________________________________ Charla Kearce, Deputy Clerk of Court Dexter Barber, Chairman The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairman Kevin Williams. Present were Commissioners Davis Stoutamire, Albert Butcher, Jim Johnson, Attorney Shalene Grover, Clerk Robert Hill and Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce. Chris Moran presented a three year engagement letter for auditing services with no fee increases. Motion to approve was made by Stoutamire, Johnson, Butcher and Williams voted no. Motion to have the County Attorney add to the engagement letter a thirty day option to terminate was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. Stoutamire voted no. Motion to close West Highway 20 from Myers Ann Street to Highway 12 South on Friday, September 28, 2012 for the Homecoming Parade for approximately one hour and ten minutes starting at 1:00 p.m. in Bristol was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to close CR 67 and North 65 to Hosford School for the Hosford Fall Festival for approximately one hour and ten minutes starting at 4:30 P.M. on Saturday, October 27, 2012 was made by Stoutamire, second ed by Johnson and carried. Upon Ambulance Director Melissa Browns recommendation, a motion to hire Chad Dees as a full time paramedic was made by Butcher, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to approve Resolution # 2012-17 approving the Small County Outreach Program Agreement was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to adjourn was made by Butcher, seconded by Johnson and carried.______________________ Robert Hill, Clerk of Court Dexter Barber, ChairmanSpecial meeting minutes for Sept. 24 from the Liberty County Commission The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairman Kevin Williams. Present at the meeting were Commission ers Davis Stoutamire, Albert Butcher, Jim Johnson, Attorney Shalene Grover, Clerk Robert Hill and Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce. Prayer was led by Commissioner Albert Butcher. Pledge of allegiance was led by Commissioner Davis Stoutamire. Motion to approve Resolution #2012-14 adopting the 2012-2013 millage rate at 10 Mills was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to approve Resolution #2012-15 adopting the 2012-2013 budget in the amount of $11,782,190.00 was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to approve Resolution #2012-16 amending the 2011-2012 budget to $14,880,628.00 was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to adjourn was made by Johnson, seconded by Butcher and carried. _____________________Robert Hill, Clerk of Court Kevin Williams, Vice ChairmanSept. 24 public hearing minutes The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dexter Barber. Present at the meeting were Commissioners Kevin Williams, Davis Stoutamire, Jim Johnson, Albert Butcher, Attorney Shalene Grover and Deputy Clerk Charla Kearce. Prayer was led by Commissioner Stoutamire. Pledge of allegiance was led by Commissioner Williams. Motion to tentatively adopt the 2012-2013 millage rate at 10 mills was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Johnson and carried. Motion to tentatively adopt the 2012-2013 budget in the amount of $12,220,668.00 was made by Stoutamire, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to appoint Commissioners Stoutamire and Johnson, and Citizen Joe Shuler to serve on the Value Adjustment Board was made by Williams, seconded by Butcher and carried. Motion to adjourn was made by Johnson, seconded by Williams and carried. ________________ Charla Kearce, Deputy Clerk of Court Dexter Barber, Chairman

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 23 All existing pre-need and at need contracts are now handled by the Bevis family and staff. All operations of the funeral process will be handled on location at 12008 NW State Road 20. CALL 643-3636 Todd Wahlquist, Rocky Bevis & Ed Peacock Licensed Funeral Directors & Crematory evis Funeral H ome B of Bristol of Bristol Serving Calhoun, Liberty and Surrounding Counties 674-5449 or 643-5410 Visit us online: www.adamsfh.com T elephone (850) 674-2266 Your hometown funeral home since 1994 A Hometown Funeral Director You Can Trust and Depend On! Funeral Services with Dignity, Caring and Professionalism. Marlon Peavy Peavy Funeral Home & Crematory Covenant Hospice to celebrate Pastoral Care Week MARIANNA Covenant Hospice will honor the contributions of its dedicated chaplains during Pastoral Care Week, October 21 27. Each day pastoral caregivers are invited into the life experiences of women, men, children and orga nizations. Faith can be tested and many questions arise about the meaning of suffering and pain near the end-of-life. Pastoral caregivers bring many gifts to the process of healing and wholeness. They are trained to help individuals draw on their own faith traditions and teachings for comfort and guidance as they walk through dark valleys. In 2011, Covenant Hospice chaplains made over 13,500 calls and visits to patients facing life-limiting ate at over 470 funerals. Our chaplains are often referred to as angels among us by the patients and families we serve, said Dale O. Knee, Covenant Hospice President & CEO. We are truly humbled by the work they do as part of our team and appreciate the opportunity to honor them each year. dedicated to providing comprehensive, compassion ate services to patients and loved ones during times of about the organization visit www.covenanthospice. org. You can also locate them on Facebook (www. facebook.com/Covenant.Hospice) and Twitter (@ CovenantHospice.) sored by the Coalition on Ministry in Specialized Settings Network (COMISS) a national organization of pastoral care providers, pastoral care professionals and faith group endorsers. Now in its 27th year, the week-long observance promotes spiritual values as a part of the healing process and invites us to celebrate the work of caregivers in such settings as hospitals, hospices and nursing homes. OBITUARIES ADA M. JARRELL HOSFORD Ada M. Jarrell, 75, of Hosford, maker and was a member of Mt. Zion Pentecostal Holiness Church. Survivors include her husband, Claiborn and one daughter, Sandra Kay Jarrell, both of Hosford; one sister, Nancy Willford and her husband, Jackie; and one nephew, Sean Willford, all of Tallahassee. Family will receive friends Thursday, Oct. Home. Graveside services will be held Friday, Oct. 12 at 3 p.m. in Hosford Cemetery with Reverend Aaron of the arrangements. On line condolences may be made at www.adamsfh. com. NORMAN RICHARD RICKY W ALTERS, III Norman Richard stown, he was a Marine who served in Survivors include his daughter, Jenna W. Girdler of Mari anna; three grandchildren, Ashton, Alexandra and Christopher Girdler; two great-grandchildren, Kamea Girdler and Kanaia Neal. Memorialization was by cremation. the arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www. adamsfh.com. WILLIAM BILL LYNN CARPENTER Carpenter, 66, of Cobb, GA, passed away Carpenter. He was a mem was employed as the man Saratoga during the Vietnam War. He loved gardening and the beach. He was preceded in death penter. Survivors include his husband, Jim of Odessa and Eva Hayes and her husband, brothers, Clarence Carpen ter and his wife, Cindy of Purcellville, VA and Ray Carpenter of Inverness and several nieces and neph ews. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, Oct. Marine. Greg Hancock Funeral Home in Americus, GA is in charge of the arrange ments. Memorial contribu tions may be made to the American Cancer Society, You may sign the online guest book and share your own special thoughts and memories by visiting www. greghancockfuneral.com.

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Page 24 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 LCHS FOOTBALLby Richard Williams, Journal sports writerThe Liberty County Bulldogs moved to 2-0 in the district after a 34-24 victory over West Gadsden October 5 in Greensboro. The Bulldogs never trailed in a game that saw two LCHS players gain 100 yards or more. Ben Beckwith rushed 14 times for 105 yards and a touchdown. Harold Armstong had an even 100 yards on 18 carries. Armstong also scored two touchdowns. the scoring. Liberty traded fumbles with West Gadsden and then produced a defensive stop to gain possession again. Alex Mar lowe capped the drive by hitting Micheal Robinson in the end zone for passing touchdown and a 13-0 lead. the Panthers. A West Gadsden miscue doomed the drive, but the Liberty opened the scoring in the second half as Armstong scored his second touchdown of the night to put LCHS ahead 19-3. Libertys defense took control again as they held West Gadsden in check until the offense had built a solid lead. Late in the third quarter Marlowe scored a rushing touchdown and then ran again for a two-point conversion that put Liberty ahead 27-3. The LCHS opened holes for Libertys backs allowing the Bulldogs to keep drives moving and take time off the clock. LCHS Head Coach Grant Grantham said he thought his offensive line had a great game as a unit. He also pointed to the defensive play of Landon Bruffett. Beckwith was the next Bulldog to score, and his touchdown lifted LCHS to a 34-10 lead. The home team added two touchdowns, the last coming with 12 seconds remaining in the game. Liberty hosts Bozeman Oct. 12 before hosting Blountstown in another district contest Oct. 19. Bulldogs take a 34-24 victory over West GadsdenLEFT: Bulldogs move in and tackle West Gadsdens quarterback. ABOVE: Libertys Landon Bruffett (#3) and Steadman Dawson (#7) move in to tackle West Gadsdens quarterback.LEFT: Bulldog Harold Armstrong (#34) holds back a West Gadsden player. RIGHT: Libertys Ben Beckwith (#10) runs the ball. BELOW LEFT: Bulldogs Stedman Dawson (#7), Chance Peterson (#1) and Landon Bruffett (#3) move in on a West Gadsden player running the ball. BELOW RIGHT: Libertys Alex Marlowe (#5) tries to escape the grip of a West Gadsden player.Bulldog Micheal Robinson (#22) makes the catch for Liberty County. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 25 BHS FOOTBALL by Michael DeVuyst, CONTRIBUTING WRITERBLOUNTSTOWN Homecoming King Taylor Wood and Queen Courtney McFarland were treated to a victory last Friday night as the Blountstown Tigers defeated the Sneads Pirates 21-0. Blountstown jumped out to a quick 14-0 possessions resulted in touchdowns. Blountstown QB Hunter Jordan connected with Ryan Hathcox with a 31-yard pass for the Tigers Tigers next possession garnered the same results. Jordan connected with Hathcox with the third quarter went to Roosevelt Martin for 49 yards. Andrew Bennett kicked home all 21-0. The Tiger defense stymied the Pirates of total offense. Jordan had the hot hand for the Tiger ofcarries. Brigham led the defense was close behind with 13 tackles including one sack. Corin Peterson had 10 tackles and two interceptions. Blountstown (4-1) will travel to Marianna (4-1) on Friday, Oct. 12. Kickoff is set for BELOW : Blountstowns Corin Peterson (#2) and Javakiel Brigham (#24) bring down a Sneads opponent.Blountstown claims victory over Sneads 21-0 ABOVE: BHS receiver Bryan Middlebrooks (#20) makes a catch against Sneads. BELOW : Tiger defensive back Tay Peterson (#28) tackles Sneads quarterback Colton McIntosh. BHS quarterback Hunter Jordan (#15) throws a touchdown pass against Sneads. Jordan threw three touchdown passes in the teams 21-0 win. Blountstowns Bobby Andrews (#1) holds tight to the ball as a pair of Sneads players tackle him.PHOT OS BY PHIL COALE AND TONY SHOEMAKELEFT: Blountstowns Dylan Lee (#23) and his teammate celebrate the win against Sneads. BELOW : Tiger defensive line a block by Sneads player Keontez Daniels, right, to get to Sneads quarterback Colton McIntosh, left ,and make the tackle. BELOW LEFT: Blountstowns Dewayne Larramore (#55) moves in to block against a Sneads player for Javakiel Brigham (#24) running the ball. BELOW : Sneads players pile up on Blountstowns Hunter Jordan (#15) as he holds tight to the ball.

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Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave mes sage. 10-10, 10-17 T wo 12 dual speakers in custom box with mirrors and lights. Also with plexiglass covering speakers. 580 2/1 channel comes with power and remote wire, $175. Call 643-2440. 10-10, 10-17 FURNITURE Four computer desks, all different sizes and different prices. Call 7628445. 10-10, 10-17 Pillow-top queen size mattress and box springs, $330. Two dark wood night stands, $50 each. Call (850) 363-2849. 10-10, 10-17 Full size bed almost new mattress with headboard and head rails. A chest of drawers, $100. Located in Mossy Pond area. Call (850) 2949544. 10-10, 10-17 Six drawer dresser $30. Call 6741740. 10-10, 10-17 Four chairs in mahogany, $100. Butcher block dining table, $100. Brown, beige and blue plaid sofa, $300. Green ultra suede couch with bed, never used, $300. Matching oversized recliner, $100. Call 2371811. 10-10, 10-17 One queen size mattress and box springs, never used, $100. Baby crib, $45. Call 762-8471. 10-10, 10-17 T wo night stands tan color, $20. Call 674-3264. 10-10, 10-17 in excel lent condition. Call 674-8376. 10-10, 10-17 Queen size mattress and box springs, comes with frame, no head board, $40. Call 643-2440. 10-10, 10-17 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS To place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon Eastern Time on Monday UFN. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. ITEMS FOR SALE Halloween decorations three box es full. Very nice, about 20 masks, authentic costume store costumes included (Jeepers Creepers, Freddy Krueger and the Walking Dead) and more. Call 643-2412 or 447-1194. 10-10, 10-17 100 Gallon propane gas tank with 30% gas remaining, $100. Call 6435732. 10-10, 10-17 Three extra large storage contain ers with little girls clothes, sizes 0-12 months, all name brand, no stains. Baby shoes sizes 0-4, one vibrating rocking chair, one changing table and one jumper. All for $125. Call 209-2700. 10-10, 10-17 Vintage Singer pedal sewing ma chine $295. Call (850) 933-4968. 10-10, 10-17 Collectible Barbie dolls with dates, $40 each. Musical Mickey Mouse decoration, $125. Call 674-3264. 10-10, 10-17 Painters scaffold $70. Call 7628471. 10-10, 10-17 tank only, $40. Call 674-1740. 10-10, 10-17 Flowered quilted design comfort er for double bed, $35. Assorted sheets for twin, double and queen beds, priced to sell. Many other items available, priced to sell. Call 674-8376. 10-10, 10-17 New Singer sewing machine in case with all attachments, $300. Call 674-1367 or 237-1447. 10-10, 10-17 Baby items crib with mattress, $75. Stroller with infant seat, $60, baby swing, $25. Play yard, $25. Call 643-5665 or 372-3573. 10-10, 10-17 Very heavy clear glass cake plate with cover, $15. Heavy glass punch bowl with cups, $40. Silver service platters, $5 each. Antique Aunt Jemima cookie jar, $50. Glass ice server, $10. Glass and silver dip server, $10. New solid brass tea ers, $10. Tiara glass pitcher, $10. Large assortment of crystal pieces priced to sell. Beautiful collection of blue glasses, plates, serving pieces priced to sell. Call 674-8376. 10-10, 10-17 1860s Mantel clock French renais sance, $300. Call 237-1811. 10-10, 10-17 Pack and Play in infant swing, excellent condition, $15. Call 643-4402. 10-3, 10-10 T wo leather motorcycle jackets, sizes 44 and 38, bomber style, $75 each. Call 557-9391. 10-3, 10-10 Hammer electric wheelchair lift in good condition, has a three point hitch, $300. Call 379-3002. 10-3, 10-10 Seats, three pieces bench and bench split, beige. From a 2000 Toyota Sienna, $100 for all. Call 762-2528. 10-3, 10-10 For Rent in ALTHA 762-9555 or 762-8597 Very NICE *2 & 3 BD trailers. With lawn service 5 x 10 ..... $ 27 10 x 10 .... $ 43 10 x 20 .... $ 70 10 x 25 .... $ 90 M & W SELF STORAGE RENTAL S Call 573-5255, 762-9555, 762-8807 or 762-8597 7 days a week service UFN BD, 1 1/2 BA Townhouses BRISTOL 643-7740 FOR RENT BLOUNTSTOWN Bed $40. Large ceiling fan, $35. Call 674-3264. 10-3, 10-10 Good used furniture and applianc es needed at Calhoun Liberty Min istry Center. Call 674-1818 UFN TRUCKS 1988 Ford F-150 302 motor, V8, runs good, $2,000. Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave message. 10-10, 10-17 1996 Econoline 3/4 ton work van white, runs good, $700 OBO. 1979 F250 4x4 35L model engine, runs good, great farm truck, utility bed included, $2,000 OBO. Call 5738094. 10-10, 10-17 1995 Mazda mini van clean, AC works great, good tires, in good condition, $2,500. Call 379-3002 or 320-4042. 10-3, 10-10 CARS 2007 Ford T aurus SE silver, has 78,188 miles, V6 motor, new alter nator, new tires, power windows, cruise, keyless entry, power mirrors, CD player, in great shape, $5,500. Call 379-8747. 10-10, 10-17 VEHICLE ACCESSORIES T wo P235/70-R16 tires good tread, lot of wear left, $30 each or $60 for pair. Call 643-3938 ask for Alex. 10-10, 10-17 Full size diamond plate tool box, one lid, $70. Call 674-1367 or 2371447. 10-10, 10-17 HUNTING/FISHING 44 Cal. Pistol black powder, $125. Call 762-8471. 10-10, 10-17 2000 Lowe 16 ft. aluminum Vhull boat trailer, a 50 hp Johnson mo tor and new Minn-Kota 55 lb. trolling motor. Boat and motor only used 10 times, $4,000. Call 674-4085. 10-10, 10-17 Bobcat 50 cal. muzzleloader, $135. Call 762-8471. 10-10, 10-17 24 ft. pontoon boat works good, has a plywood roof for laying out on, $2,200. Call 674-2716. 10-10, 10-17 Ghillie suit, hand made to military specs, perfect for turkey hunting, height, $140. Call or text to Ron at (850) 274-0946. 10-10, 10-17 Buy, sell and trade in the JOURNAL Call 643-3333 or email thejournal@fairpoint.net Call (850) 627-8287 House FOR Rent IN HOSFORD 2 BD, 1 BA House in Lowry For more information 9-19 T 10-10 Call (850) 556-3173 Trailer FOR Rent IN Blountstown 2 BD, 1 BA Cottage Updated throughout 10 ceilings, All new appliances OUTSTANDING A Frame, 2 BD, 1 BA Large deck, very nice. ~ NO PETS PLEASE ~ Rental Units I B Call 643-6646 Tri-Land Inc. Broker (813) 253-3258 10 to 15 ACRE TRACTS From $600 down OWNER FINANCING NO QUALIFYING $400 month + deposit (850) 674-3694 after 5 p.m. or leave message FOR RENT B For Rent in TELOGIA (850) 379-5843 3 BD or 2 BD Homes Located on Hwy 67 (850) 762-8693 For Rent IN For Rent in TELOGIA Call (850) 379-8276 or 510-0932 2 BD, 1 BA Mobile Home, Furnished. Located on 21389 NE Pear Road. Adopt a pet from the Journal

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 27 1998 13 ft. Sportsman boat with 25 hp Johnson motor, tiller handle, runs good, onboard battery charger, rod holders, new seats, without trolling motor, $1,250, with trolling motor, $1,600. Call 573-8094. 10-10, 10-17 PSE Spider Hunting bow 40 lb. draw, includes three arrows, with release, in good condition, $150. FOWS Jr. Hunting Bow, with arm guard, in good condition, $50. Call 447-5221. 10-3, 10-10 12 ft. welded semi-v boat troll ing motor, stick steering, new seats and pedestals, new carpet, 30 hp Johnson motor, stainless steel prop, drive-on trailer, $3,500. Call (850) 643-2390. 10-3, 10-10 14 ft. Jon boat with 8 hp Johnson motor, foot control trolling motor and galvanized magic tip trailer for $1,000 OBO. Call 575-4824 or 2289445. 10-3, 10-10 1997 16 ft. Aqua Sport boat with a 1996 Johnson outboard, with electronics, EZ load trailer. In very good condition, $5,500. Call 442-6431. 10-3, 10-10 T-hull with a 50 hp Mercury motor, trolling mo tor, trailer in good condition, $2,000 OBO. Call 643-8263 after 6 p.m. weekdays. UFN PETS/SUPPLIES Chihuahua 10 weeks old, female, $100. Call 674-1367 or 237-1447. 10-10, 10-17 Dog box, Call 643-8216. 10-10, 10-17 Horse 16 year old mare, good rid ing horse, tack included, $600 OBO. Must provide own transportation for pick up. Call 237-2529. 10-10, 10-17 Help please I am a little orange kit ten who is looking for a good home. I was abandoned and I am about 6 weeks old and they think I am a male. If you can give me a good loving home please call Tammy at (850) 272-8689. 10-10, 10-17 Chihuahua puppies 4 male and 2 females, $50 each. Call 643-1401. 10-3, 10-10 Female bulldog 6 months old, $50. Call 643-1401. 10-3, 10-10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS To place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon Eastern Time on Monday UFN. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. STARSCOPE FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20 Thinking outside of the box is what sets you apart from most, Aries. When you are put to the test, you seldom fail to come through. This is a good selling point with potential employers. T AURUS Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, some people just dont understand you, and that is OK with you. It can be good to be a bit mysterious, especially when it comes to romance. GEMINI May 22/Jun 21 Analyzing spending and other at the top of your priority list, Gemini. It is always a good idea to keep on top of where your money is going. CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, communication is key if you want to make real progress. Actions can be misconstrued if you dont accompany them with some thorough explanations. LEO Jul 23/Aug 23 enthusiasm infectious this week, Leo. Dont be surprised if you have coworkers signing up to be on your team. At home youre much more mellow. VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, achieving your toughest goal wont be easy. Those who survive the challenges become stronger overall. This week you are certainly put to the test. LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, big plans are in place, and you can be excited about the prospect for some change. Make a few adjustments each day and the transition will go smoothly. SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, dont let others underestimate your abilities. Once you set your mind to something, it is very hard to direct you otherwise. Capitalize on your dedication at work. SAGITT ARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, you are ready to pull out all of the stops in the romance department. Whether youre single or at tached, focus on ways to make your partner feel very special. CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, a few things have gone wrong lately, but the good thing is you havent let them get you down. Good things certainly come to those who are patient. AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, take inventory of your belongings and deter mine if theres anything you can donate. You can clear out clutter and do something positive at the same time. PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, things seem out of sorts, but you out what is off-kilter. Leo may shed light on the situation. Week of Oct. 7 ~ Oct. 13 OCTOBER 7 OCTOBER 8 Chevy Chase, Actor (69) OCTOBER 9 Tony Shaloub, Actor (59) OCTOBER 10 Bob Burnquist, Athlete (36) OCTOBER 11 Joan Cusack, Actress (50) OCTOBER 12 Hugh Jackman, Actor (44) OCTOBER 13 Sammy Hagar, Musician (65) TOOLS & HEAVY EQUIPMENT Behind lawn mower rake new, $75. Call 762-8445. 10-10, 10-17 A shop full of new and used assort ed power tools. Call 762-8471. 10-10, 10-17 Ariens zero turn, E2R 16 hp, 48 inch cut, mower, runs good, $1,800. Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave message. 10-10, 10-17 HOMES/LAND 3BR/2BA Doublewide mobile home place, dishwasher, stove/oven, fridge, garden tub, master walk-in, painted murals in childrens rooms. In great shape, needs to be moved. 1998, 60x28, 1,680 sq ft, $25,000 OBO. Call 447 2157. 10-3, 10-10 CAMPER 2002 Ford Challenger Class A mo tor home. Tritan V10 engine, less than 7,000 miles. Two slide outs, many features, one owner and well maintained. Call (850) 627-6148. 10-10, 10-17 WANTED Pine straw will come rake in Blount stown. Call 674-2716. 10-10, 10-17 Drummer for country southern rock band. Call 379-3268. 10-3, 10-10 Electric stove Call 674-3264. 10-3, 10-10 YARD SALES BLOUNTST OWN Yard sale Saturday, Oct. 13 from 7 a.m. to 12 noon. Located at 18167 NW Bob Guilford Road. Off Hwy. 71 N, look for signs. Phone 237-2529 for more information. Yard sale Saturday, Oct. 13 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Located at 20817 SE Morningside Circle. Cancel if rain. New utility sink, double kitchen sink with disposal, books, childrens life jackets, dishes, medium to large size clothes, a Cub Cadet push mower and much more. Phone 674-8285. Quick T rack Dog tracking system with one collar, $150. Call (850) 728-9282. 10-3, 10-10 HELP: We are the Purring Sisters and we still are looking for someone with a lot of love and room in your household to give us each or to gether a good home. We have been spayed and had most vaccinations and rabies. Our Foster Mom is ask ing for a donation towards our spay fee. Please call our Foster Mom for more information about us at 2372740. 10-3, 10-10 Goats: tiny black Nigerian buck 8 months old, $50. Nubian cross nanny, $60. Call 209-0910. 10-3, 10-10 Free kittens born on the Fourth of homes. Call 643-7790 or 4470443. UFN MOTORCYCLES and ATVs 2006 Honda 250 Rebel 5,400 origi nal miles, perfect running condition, one owner, $2,000. Call 674-1740 for more information, if no answer leave message. 10-10, 10-17 2001 Honda Rancher ES 350 new battery, new rear basket, in box electric shift. Looks and runs great, $2,500. Call (850) 643-2390. 10-3, 10-10 WATER WELL SUPPLIES Do you need parts for That Darn Pump? We have capacitors, relays, control boxes, pressure switches, check valves, foot valves, air volume control valves, wire, pumps, tanks and much more. Available 7 days a week until 9 p.m. Repair questions are welcomed. Call us at That Darn Pump at 643-4357. BPA/UFN LOST/FOUND LOST : Blue tube somewhere be tween Pea Ridge Estates and Dur ham Road Saturday, Sept. 29 in the afternoon. Call 447-3029. 10-3, 10-10 FOUND: T wo small puppies eating road kill off Hwy. 20. One male, all brown and one female, brindle. Both very skinny. They were taken to the Crawfordville Animal Shelter. Call Julie for more information at 5452876. 10-3, 10-10 Small Town T om A CARTOON BY MIKE BARNHOUSE Buy, sell and trade in the JOURNAL Call 643-3333 or email thejournal@fairpoint.net

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Football season is in full swing, and the 2012-13 hunting season is cranking up. Heck, in Zone A, theyre already into general gun season. But for the rest of us, Id like to cover some things you should know regarding three hunting seasons that are just around the corner: muzzleloading of dove. Immediately following the close of crossbow season in each zone, the muzzleloading gun season begins. Season dates run Nov. 17-30 in Zone B, Oct. 20 Nov. 2 in Zone C and Dec. 1-7 in Zone D. During muzzleloading gun season, bows and crossbows are also legal methods of taking game on private lands, in addition to muzzleloaders. But on wildlife management areas (WMAs), only muzzleloaders may be used. The most common types of game to take during muzzleloader season are deer and wild hog. In the deer category, only bucks Page 28 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 OUTDOORSOutta the Woods by Tony Young Gray squirrel season opens one month early on private landsViral disease detected in Florida deerFlorida is the latest state to report the presence of epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) in its white-tailed deer herd. This viral disease two deer and suspected in at least 10 others from North Florida that were examined this year. EHD is an insect-borne disease, transmitted to known as midges or nosee-ums. The disease can cause illness or death in individual deer but should disappear when freezing temperatures halt insect activity. EHD cannot be transmitted to humans or pets; however, as a general rule, people should avoid consuming sick or unhealthy deer. This is a disease that you typically see in late summer or the fall and it often occurs after periods of drought, said Dr. Mark Cunningham, wild life veterinarian for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). The good news is we dont expect long-term impacts to our states deer herd. Deer infected with EHD may have pronounced swelling of the head, neck and tongue and often have large ulcers in the mouth. Infected deer are often found near water and may be lethargic, lame and emaciated. The FWC is moni toring the health of the states deer herd and is examining deer for EHD and other diseases. Sightings of sick or dead deer can be reported to the FWC by calling 866-CWD-WATCH (866-293-9282), which is the states chronic wasting disease hotline number. In addition to Florida, at least 12 other states are reporting EHD cases.Bay County oyster bag limit lowered for OctoberThe commercial bag limit for oysters in Bay County will be lowered to 10 60-pound bags per person or vessel, whichever is less, starting Oct. 1. This change will be in effect for the month of October only and is being made through an executive order by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Before the change, the bag limit was 20 bags per person or vessel. This change does not apply to active oyster leases. This change was requested by the Bay County Commission and Bay County oyster harvesters to better sustain commercial oyster harvesting opportunities in the waters of Bay County. The executive order effecting this change can be seen at MyFWC.com/About; click on Inside FWC, Executive Director and Executive Orders.MOBILE, AL The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District announced they will be changing the hours and days of operations of their locks on the Alabama River and the Apalachi cola-Chattahoochee-Flint Rivers (ACF) system beginning February 1, 2013. The changes in the Levels of Service at each lock are being implemented as a result of the Corps nationwide effort to reduce costs by standardizing lock service levels based on actual usage while to the navigation community and other waterway users. Lock usage will be reviewed annually and adjustments in the Level of Service will be made if needed. The new Levels of Service on each river system are based on historic usage patterns, said E. Patcer, Mobile District. During the new operating hours the locks will be periodically operated to ensure machinery is properly function ing. Locks on the two river systems will be manned 10 hours per day, four days per week. Locks will be closed on holidays and when lock operators are on annual or sick leave. Locks will be staffed Friday thru Monday during the spring and summer (March September) and Monday thru Thursday during the fall and winter (October thru February). schedule an appointment for lockage. Locks will be made available twenty four hours per day, seven days per week for appointments dated during the hours locks are manned, subject to availability of lock operators and in conjunction with maintenance activities and as those activities allow. We will continue to make lockenvironmental reasons, Robbins said. We will also modify lock operating hours to accommodate special events by request. River will be from 6 a.m. 4 p.m. will be from 8 a.m. 6 p.m. ET. Locks affected on the Alabama River are Claiborne, Millers Fer ry and R.F. Henry. On the ACF system, they are Jim Woodruff, George W. Andrews and Walter F. George. Locks on the Alabama River can be reached at the following numbers: *Claiborne Lock (251) 2824575 *Millers Ferry (334) 6824877 *R.F. Henry (334) 872-9525 *Or you can contact the BW&T/ Alabama-Coosa Project Manage(205) 752-3571. Locks on the ApalachicolaChattahoochee-Flint Rivers can be reached at the following numbers: *Woodruff Lock (850) 6634692 *Andrews Lock (229) 7233482 *Walter F. George (229) 7682032 *Or you can contact the ACF wood) at (334) 232-4542. contact the lock(s) prior to planning a trip to ensure the lock is operational. Locks will be closed on all Federal Holidays.US Army Corps of Engineers to change lock hours at Woodruff Dam, other sitesmay be taken, and one antler must be at least five inches long above the hairline. The daily bag limit on antlered deer is two. You can hunt wild hogs year-round on private lands and there are no bag or size limits. For hunting deer, muzzleloaders balls must be 20-gauge or larger. During muzzleloading gun season, you may not use muzzleloaders that take smokeless powder, ones that can be loaded from the breech or those with self-contained cartridge ammu nition capabilities. Its also legal to shoot gobblers and bearded turkeys during muzzleload ing gun season. You may take only one per day and theres a two-bird fallseason limit. But you cant hunt tur keys in Holmes County during the fall and winter. On WMAs, bag limits and antler/size restrictions the area before you hunt. New this year: Gray squirrel season has been extended statewide on private lands and from now on, it opens a month earlier. This year, it starts Oct. 13. This new rule didnt go into effect until after the 2012-13 Florida Hunting Regulations Handbooks were printed thats why the old November opening date is listed. Theres a daily bag limit of 12 gray squirrels and shooting fox squirrels is still against the law. Legal shooting hours are from a half-hour before sunrise to a halfhour after sunset. Except for turkeys, hunters may take resident game over feed such as corn on private lands. No baiting is allowed on WMAs, however. white-winged dove season begins Oct. 6 and ends Oct. 29 statewide. Shootnoon to sunset, and theres a 15-bird daily bag limit. to use for hunting doves is a shotgun, but you cant use one larger than a 10-gauge. Shotguns must be plugged to a three-shell capacity (magazine and chamber combined). You may hunt doves over an aghas been planted and manipulated under normal agricultural practices. However, its against the law to scatter agricultural products over an area for the purpose of baiting. Some things you cant do while pistols or crossbows; shooting from a moving vehicle; herding, or driving doves with a vehicle. In addition to a Florida hunting license, youll need a $5 muzzleloading gun permit to hunt during muzzleloader season. To hunt deer, you need a $5 deer permit and if youd like to take a fall turkey, youll need a $10 turkey permit ($125 for nonresidents). If youre going to hunt doves, youll need a no-cost migratory bird permit and if you hunt on a WMA, you also must have a management area permit, which costs $26.50. All are available at your local county tax collectors of(888) HUNT-FLORIDA; or by going online to License.MyFWC.com. So if youre going after that monster buck during the muzzleloading gun season or small-game hunting with friends and family, I hope Ive helped explain some of the things you need to know.

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OCT OBER 10, 2012 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 29 ELECT Glenn KimbrelSHERIFFFOR YOUR CALHOUN COUNT YTheres No Substitute for Experience! I respectfully ask for your support on November 6. Vote for and Elect Glenn Kimbrel Sheriff, Calhoun County SUBURBAN JUNGLE:The animals are moving in Floridas conservation and wildlife management programs seem to be working well. Black bears are back up to their 1910 numbers, turkeys are doing well enough that even Holmes County has a season now, and it seems like there are about as many deer on the roads as cars these days. Thats good news, right?. Not necessarily. I have a different, more sinister theory thats based on personal experience and the best minutes of searching Google and YouTube.) I believe animals have given up on this whole survival-ofinto the suburbs in droves. Sure, it sounds silly, but consider it from the animals perspective. Lets say youre a deer. Every fall, mans. From dawn until dusk, youve got unfriendly people stomping through your bedroom. Sometimes, they hide in trees and just stare at you. Or sit in little boxes and watch you eat. Occasionally, they whack one of your buddies and drag him off somewhere never to be seen again. Now, lets suppose you wander into the suburbs of somewhere like Atlanta or Nashville or Tallahassee. Theres a ready supply of neatly trimmed vegetation to eat, the humans are friendly, the dogs are contained, and its against the law to shoot you. Of course you have to deal with the angry aggressive stares of the hunters who live there, but theres very little they can do when youre in their neighborhood. It used to be rare to hear of a deer in town. Now its barely worth snapping a picture. It seems like a no-brainer. Squir in the woods? Dangerous. Humans exception of 12-year-old boys with BB guns, of course.) Ducks may be catching on as well. Several cities are contending with not just the wretched Muscovy ducks fouling up their urban lakes and parks, now mallards are also becoming fullback up north instead?) Accordhumans are actively contributing to this problem. And then theres the bears. My friend and colleague, Scottie Cole, is a former law Gulf Breeze. Scottie was taking his garbage out recently and inter rupted a bear using his trash can as a dinner plate. The bear even had the nerve to come back for seconds after Scottie ran him off. Keep in mind, this wasnt in some remote region of the Panhandle. It was in a densely populated coastal suburb. And dont forget about the guy who got knocked off his bicycle near Panama City by a bear crossing the highway. The most surprising refugees from the wild may be turkeys. Thats right: The most skittish, nervous and hardto-kill animal in the woods is moving into suburbia like they own the place. on YouTube, youll see what I mean. They arent just dropping by for a quick visit, they are by God aiming for a hostile takeover. The worst part is that some of the morons in these videos look like theyre ready to let it happen. Seriously, watch the clips. There are grown men and women running from turkeys. People have been by these big birds. people! Now, Im not an outlaw by any stretch of the imagination. I know there are laws against discharging I know why those laws are impor tant. But I also know this: I wouldnt be able to look at myself in the mirror if I was being held hostage by poultry. So to my friends in law enforcement, consider this a confession-inadvance. If turkeys invade my culde-sac in Pensacola, youll be getting a call. It will be from my neighbors, come to get me, go on around to the back of the house. Ill be out by the cleaning bench. Just follow the feathers. JIM McCLELLANS OUTDOORS DOWN SOUTHBears are on the hunt for something to eat Florida News ConnectionOCALA The 3,000 black bears that live in Florida are busy at this time of year, foraging for food to last them through the winter. But every year their instinctive need places them at risk. Commission says every year about 150 bears are hit by cars. He explains why its important to protect the states bear population. and theyre doing well, that means that all those little critters that have smaller needs are going to be doing well because the bear is there and they have much larger needs. The Forgotten Coast Black Bear Festival, held Oct. 6 in Carrabelle, aims to educate the public on black bears and how people can help protect the ursine population by developing habits such as securing their garbage and keeping pet food inside. Florida bear populations can be found in forested areas around the state, with high numbers in Lake and Marion counties. Shannon Miller, the Florida Program says its important for everyone to take steps to protect the bears. in at night and waiting to put it out til the morning of, but your neighbor is putting their garbage out at night, then the whole neighborhood is still affected. Miller says that in the fall, bears are looking to eat as much food as possible and will instinctively look for the easiest food sources, which is why garbage and pet food are common targets.

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Catching a trophy largemouth bass is sought species in North America. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commissions (FWC) new TrophyCatch launched Oct. 1 will increase opportunities make other anglers dreams come true by letting their trophy swim for another lucky angler to catch. Gov. Rick Scott understands the im which annually generates more than $8 bil lion in economic impact and supports more bass alone annually provide anglers more than 14 million days of healthy outdoor recreation and generate approximately $1.25 billion in economic impact (U.S. Fish management programs are designed to and thus increase tourism and economic that and document progress. TrophyCatch is an innovative program to reward anglers for being great resource stewards by legally catching and releasing TrophyCatch includes three tiers to bass heavier than eight pounds that are caught in Florida waters. Bass 8 to 9.9 documented and released can be reported online at TrophyCatchFlorida.com anytime of the year. All that is required to qualify for great prizes are photos of the entire ing the length. Bass that are heavier than 13 pounds and are caught between Oct. 1 FWC staff to verify their weight and take released or provided to FWC for research making the angler eligible for great prizes. The World Fishing Network is partnering with the FWC to promote and manage the trophy bass website. TrophyCatch will enable biologists to manage lakes and rivers better by providing valuable incentives to anglers for reporting Division of Freshwater Fisheries Manage ment. The information will be used to evalu ate and improve management strategies that produce more and larger bass. Numerous industry sponsors are pro viding prizes to encourage conservation offering a boat and trailer to a randomly se lected angler who registers for the program. and attest to releasing trophy bass in Florida are eligible for prizes. Bass Pro Shops and Dicks Sporting Goods are providing gift to redeem on their website and Bass King gear. Other sponsors such as Pro Line com are providing extra incentives for Hall by New Wave Taxidermy. The biggest bass of the year will earn a Kissimmee Convention and Visitors Bu reau (CVB) will award the lucky angler understand all the rules and details about CatchFlorida.com). The governor isnt alone in touting Houston and Roland Martin. These icons to continue their dedication to conserva endorse TrophyCatch. Houston praised this conservation effort as a great partnership with industry to pro KP.Clements@MyFWC.com. Page 30 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCT OBER 10, 2012 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICA TION OF T AX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TRAVIS SYKES the hold tax deed to be issued thereon. year of issuance, the descrip tion of the property, and the sessed are as follows: Description of Property: A parcel of land lying in the Southeast of Section 13, Township 1 South, Range 5 West, Liberty County, Florida, and being within the bound ary of lands described in Of 365, of the Public Records of said County, said parcel being ing the Southwest Corner of grees 02 Minutes 39 Seconds East, along the Northwesterly boundary of said lands, a dis pipe (found) for the Northwest Corner of said lands; thence 42 Seconds East along the Northerly boundary of said feet to the POINT OF BEGIN BEGINNING, thence continue 42 Seconds East along said Northerly boundary, a distance of 124.04 feet to an iron pipe (found) for the Northeast Cor ner of said lands; thence South 05 Degrees 12 Minutes 40 Seconds West along the East erly boundary of said lands, a distance of 427.93 feet to an iron pipe (found) for the South east Corner of said lands; Minutes 00 Seconds West along the Southerly boundary of said lands, a distance of Degrees 12 Minutes 40 Sec onds East, 421.23 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. COMPREHENSIVE ENERGY Said property being in the County of Liberty, State of Florida. law the property described in the highest bidder at the front door of the Liberty County Courthouse on the 20th day A.M., E.S.T. Dated this 27th day of Sep ROBERT HILL CLERK OF COURT LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA Kathleen E. Brown 10-3 T 10-24 ________________________________ FICTITIOUS NAME REGISTRA TION We hereby give notice to regis BUSINESS NAME & ADDRESS Bristol, Florida 32321 OWNER NAME & ADDRESS Bristol, Florida 32321 CLJ JOBS MAC TECH NEEDED upgrade and Reply with info and experience to teresae @fairpoint.net. JOB FAIR Marianna One Stop Center 4636 Highway 90 Must be 19 years of age Have a High School Diploma/GED FDLE Background Check EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Paid and approved by James Jimmy Baggett NPA for Sheriff of Calhoun County. James Jimmy Baggett FOR Calhoun County Sheriff Hello citizens of Calhoun County! Sheriff for Calhoun Coun ty 2012. as the Chief of Police in the Town of Altha. I have Chief of Altha. However, for Honesty, Integrity and Fairness for all residents of Calhoun County, no White or Hispanic. You will be treated equally and with Dignity and Respect. Our youth in Calhoun County are in ity. hoods, in their schools and even at They face peer pressure that entic that bad choices and getting involved result in future hardships transition to adulthood. If elected as Sheriff of Calhoun County, I will reach out to our youth positive way. As Sher create initiatives that focus on educating our youth about the poten tial consequences of poor choices and how to build solid foundations for the future. create youth initiatives such as the As a parent and grandparent I rec ognize the future of Calhoun County is in our youth and they deserve our James Jimmy Baggett

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