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Title: The Calhoun-Liberty journal
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Publisher: The Liberty Journal, Inc.
Place of Publication: Bristol Fla
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W ednesday MAY 22, 2013 Vol. 33 No. 21 THE CALHOUNLIBERTY } J OURNAL THE 50 includes tax St. Joe signs letter of intent with Bio Energy company to encourage economic development in NW Florida The St. Joe Company (NYSE: JOE) has announced that it has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Green Circle Bio Energy, Inc., a producer of biomass based renewable energy. The LOI encourages economic develop ment opportunities for Floridas Northwest region, including the potential to make the Port of Port St. Joe operational. The LOI anticipates several potential new business develop ment opportunities to create jobs in the region. Green Circle is interested in leasing a site from St. Joe along the AN Railway to develop a wood pellet production facility. Green Circle operates the worlds second largest wood pellet plant in Cottondale. This plant directly employs 81 indi viduals with an additional several hundred indirect jobs created and infuses more than $70 million in the local community. Green Circle and St. Joe also express their intent to enter into a wood negotiated between the parties. The wood pellets produced at the new production facility can be transported via truck or AN Railway to the Port of Port St. Joe for further shipment to over seas markets. Additionally, bulk cargo port facilities are being considered for development at the Port site to accommodate Green Circles shipping needs. See PELLET PLANT on page 6 The Green Circle Cottondale plant is shown here. Folks of all ages and ability levels took Crawl in Blountstown. One hundred and arship Fund, which sends a high school accident of 17-year-old Ryan Flowers, who would have been a future scholarship recipient. His death has inspired others in about Saturdays run. CATFISH CRAWL Calhoun company protests Liberty Commissions local bidders preference by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor A company that had the lowest bid on a road project but lost the job is challenging the Liberty County Commissions Local Bidders Preference policy. North Florida Construction (NFC) of Clarksville bid $2,993,765.81 on Liberty Countys CR 2224 Phase II project on May 9. C.W. Roberts Contracting turned in a bid of $3,066,575.70 a difference of $72,809.89. Commissioners voted to award the job to Roberts Contracting under the Local Bidders Preference, which allows the board to favor local businesses with bids non-local bidder. The Liberty County ordinance, which was adopted Aug. 5, 2008, states in part, A resident shall mean an individual or corporation whose primary residence or place of business is within Liberty County, FL, a partnership whose principals are all residents of Liberty County, FL, or another business entity whose primary and principal place of business is within Liberty County, FL, at which maintains a full time business open to the public within Liberty County, FL. Clerk of Court, NFC President Clifford A. Newsome argues that the main business office for Roberts Contracting is located at 3372 Capital Circle NE in Tallahassee and has been since 2007, citing records from the state Division of Corporations. He said that Local Bidders Preference would not apply in this case since the principal place of business for both companies is outside of Liberty County. Newsome also asks that the newly-adopted Bid Protest Policy that was approved at the May 14 awarded, be reviewed. He wants them to reconsider explaining, In light of the fact this project is funded entirely by Florida taxpayers, this statement is contrary to Florida Statutes and The Florida Administrative Code. Sheriff's Log............2 Arrest Reports............2 Community Calendar and Events......................5 Two weddings ....7 News from the Pews.........7 Football..............18 Mossy Pond Carnival...22 Obituaries; Anna, Angels and Mothers Day.....19 Find a bargain in the Classieds....................23 Bottled water and hot air PAGE 12 SHIELDS advice for Graduation Day speakers PAGE 10 Altha Girl Scouts give back to a supportive community PAGE 7 Driver OK after close call with semi PAGE 3 Hosford Graduation PAGE 20 Altha School Class of 2013 PAGE 11 Look inside for pullout featuring Blountstowns Class of 2013 JIM McCLELLANS OUTDOORS Down South Man caught after high speed chase facing multiple charges by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor A Marianna man is facing a long list of charges after a night that began with a report of domestic battery led to a high speed chase, a crash at the Express Lane in Bristol and an accident on the Trammell Bridge Saturday. A 911 call about a man beating up his girlfriend sent deputies to a home on NW CR 12 around 10 p.m. Deputies found the victim with numerous marks and bruises following an altercation with 37-year-old Donald Dover, who had come to the house to have dinner with her and her children. During the meal, Dover who was drinking heavily began quizzing the woman about her previous boyfriends and became verbally abusive. She said he prevented her from phoning for help. He followed her when she walked outside; then, when she went back in and locked him out, she said he kicked the door in. She said he pinned her to the She said she grabbed a knife to defend herself before picking up one of her children and running out of the house. Dover then began tearing up the home, destroying a t.v., breaking a wardrobe and throwing liquor bottles around the room, according to the arrest report. See HIGH SPEED CHASE on page 2

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Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 CALHOUN COUNTY May 13 Jo Johnson, VOP, CCSO. May 14 Jimmie Lewis, VOP, CCSO. Jacqueline Williams, VOP, CCSO. Alex Earl Phillips, aggravated bat tery with a deadly weapon, CCSO. Larry Wayne Webb, indecent ex posure public, CCSO. Jacob Gunter, indecent exposure public, CCSO. Patrick James Foley, indecent exposure public, CCSO. William Henry Rowell, solicitation of prostitution, exposure of sexual organs, CCSO. May 15 Alex Earl Phillips, VOCR, criminal mischief, trespassing, CCSO. May 17 Kyle David Blankenship, VOP, tampering with witness, CCSO. Kristopher David Bailey, VOP, BPD. Jeanette Addison, retail theft, BPD. Shannon Kelly Barke, possession of prescription drug without a prescrip tion, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, CCSO. Michael Anthony Pitts, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of schedule II narcotic, CCSO. May 18 Ashley Deal, aggravated battery on a pregnant victim, CCSO. May 19 Melvin Dawon, felony battery, CCSO. LIBERTY COUNTY May 13 Dasimon Brigham, criminal mis chief, LCSO. Daniel Brunson, domestic battery, criminal mischief (burglary, breaking and entering), LCSO. May 16 Fred Clifton Massey, failure to ap pear, LCSO. James Cleo Holden, holding for Gulf County, LCSO. May 17 Ronnie Cardinale, driving while licenses suspended or revoked, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, LCSO. May 18 Luetta A. Doal, holding for Calhoun County, CCSO. Donald Dover, domestic battery, damage property criminal mischief over 1,000, reckless driving, aggra resisting arrest with violence, tamper ing with a witness (victim or informant), DUI, leaving the scene of an accident, LCSO. May 20 Kimberly Brandon, holding for Cal houn County, CCSO. Kristopher Bailey, VOSP, LCSO. Joshua Kennedy, holding for Gads den County, LCSO. SHERIFFS LOG arresting agency. The names above represent those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty. CITATIONS ISSUED: Accidents ........................................................................04 ............................................................................00 Special details Business alarms ..............................................................................08 Residential alarms ...............................................................................72 through NWFWMD recognized for support of Water Supply Project HAVANA The Northwest Florida Water Management District was recog nized for its efforts to ensure a clean and reliable supply of water for the residents of Northwest Florida at the Districts Governing Board meeting earlier this month. Representatives from WRP, Inc. presented the Board with a plaque to thank the District for its support of a recently completed water transmission pipeline, which extends from the General Bill across Choctawhatchee Bay to coastal Walton County. The District contributed $2.5 million to the construction of the pipeline, which will help ensure a long-term water supply for coastal Walton and Okaloosa counties while also sustaining the areas water resources and natural systems. achievement in the many years of proac tive planning and development to meet the water supply demands for coastal Walton and Okaloosa counties, said Guy Gowens, Director of the Division Resource Management. The District congratulates WRP, Inc. on the comple tion of this important project. and associated transmission and distribu tion facilities is one of the priority projects Supply Plan for Region II (Walton, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties). This long-awaited pipeline is the last piece of infrastructure needed to complete a major water supply regionalization project, said Richard Griswold, General Manager of Destin Water Users, Inc. This is one of only two water supply regionalization projects in the entire state of Florida, continued Pete DeBogory, General Manager of South Walton Util ity, Inc. We are proud to be a part of the Districts efforts to promote this kind of important project. The project, which was completed in April 2013, consists of a 30-inch potable water transmission pipeline from the to Choctawhatchee Bay, which connects to a 36-inch underwater pipeline across the Bay and concludes with an additional 30-inch pipeline that connects to an exist ing pipeline. tion formed by the South Walton Utility Company and Destin Water Users in transmission pipelines to bring potable water to the coastal utilities. Ensuring a sustainable supply of water is one of the Districts core mission re sponsibilities. The Districts water supply development program includes assisting with water supply development projects. ~The Department encourages Floridians to help conserve the states freshwater sources~ TALLAHASSEE The Florida Department of Envi ronmental Protection will observe May 19-25 as Water Reuse Week. Governor Rick Scott proclaimed week Florida Water Reuse Week to highlight the importance of water reuse to the sustainability of Floridas water supply and overall ecosystem. Water reuse is essential to ensuring safe, clean and sustainable water resources. reclaiming water, which has transformed into a critical element of water management. Florida began celebrat ing Water Reuse Week in 2007, after the U.S. Environ mental Protection Agency recognized the Departments Since then, Water Reuse Week has gained momentum and recognition with the help of partnerships from the Florida Department of Health, Florida Public Service Commission and other state agencies. While Florida currently reuses more water than any other state, there is still great potential for increased reclaimed water use to be a major part of meeting our future water needs while also protecting the environ ment," said DEP's Director of Water Policy Tom Beck. Reclaimed water maintains hundreds of Florida golf courses and thousands of private residences lowering the demands on valuable surface and ground waters used for drinking. In 2010, Florida conserved more than 121 billion gallons of fresh potable quality water and replenished more than 80 billion gallons of recycled water back into aquifers as a result of water reuse. Florida currently uses reclaimed water to irrigate 281,781 residences, 525 golf courses, 877 parks and 324 schools statewide. As part of the Departments efforts to bring greater consistency and predictability to its regulatory programs, management districts, the Florida Water Environment Association, utilities and other stakeholders to develop consistent approaches and incentives to increase the use of reclaimed water to meet the states future water supply needs. The Departments recently adopted CUPCon rule nate the harmful impacts of ground and surface water withdrawals, or to replace non-potable uses of high quality water in water limited areas. This results in increased use of reclaimed water, a decrease in disposal of reclaimed water into our rivers and estuaries, and less use of high quality water for non-potable purposes such as irrigation and industrial processes. City and county governments, water and wastewater utilities, water management districts, state agencies, to participate in the celebration. Floridians are urged to adopt the proclamation declaring their support for on the DEP Water Reuse Week webpage can provide a copy to Floridas Water Reuse Coordinator to have their name listed among other supporters on the DEP website. Floridians are also encouraged to participate in Water Reuse Week by implementing these tips on saving and reusing water at home, starting this week: taps and pipes for leaks and repair any leaks detected. use for it. water usage. lathering and washing your hair. of leaving the tap running while you brush your teeth. a hose. running water. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the states principal environmental agency, created to protect, conserve and manage Floridas environment and natural resources. The Department enforces fed eral and state environmental laws, protects Floridas air and water quality, cleans up pollution, regulates solid waste management, promotes pollution preven tion and acquires environmentally-sensitive lands for preservation. The agency also maintains a statewide system of parks, trails and aquatic preserves. To view Before he left in his truck, Dover drove around, damaging the yard. An alert was issued for Dovers white Ford pickup, said to be northbound on CR 12. Deputies caught up with Dover on the road and attempted to conduct and only missed a head-on collision by swerving around a patrol car. He sped away, reaching speeds at more than 105 mph while running other drivers off the road. Dover continued into Bristol at a high rate of speed, failing to stop for the red light at the SR 20 intersection. Other drivers were forced to brake and swerve to the side of the road to avoid being hit. Due to his speed, Dover was unable to turn west onto SR 20 and skidded onto tanks at the Southern Express and hitting a telephone pole. A customer reported that he nearly hit her car, in which her children were riding. Deputies tried to pin Dovers vehicle against a fence but could not cross the When another deputy attempted to block Dover as he raced out of the stores parking lot, Dover accelerated in an attempt to hit the patrol vehicle. The deputy braked in time to avoid a collision. Dover pulled onto SR 20 and headed for the bridge with patrol cars in pursuit. Liberty County Sheriffs Office Captain Wes Harsey was on the west end of the bridge where a roadblock was set up. Instead of slowing down, Dover accelerated when he approached the blockade. A moment before colliding with the patrol cars, Dover slammed on the brakes and hit the outside wall of the bridge. Harsey, Deputy Josh Shepard and Deputy Adam Walker approached Dover with their guns drawn. He refused to get out of the truck, remaining in the drivers seat while shouting obscenities until he shoot me then! of the truck but remained combative. He refused to put his hands behind his back, which resulted in two more bursts then restrained and taken into custody. A breath test showed that his alcohol level was .192. The legal limit is .08. Dover was charged with domestic battery, felony criminal mischief, aggravated assault on a law enforcement to elude, resisting with violence, reckless driving, tampering with a witness, DUI and leaving the scene of an accident He is being held in the Liberty County Jail on $102,000 bond. HIGH SPEED CHASE continued from the front page WILLIAMS PHOTO

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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 3 A woman escaped serious injury but was taken by ambulance to the emergency room at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital after she collided with an 18-wheeler last Wednesday. Nancy Mahan, 43, was northbound on SR 12 North when she stopped and then abruptly turned left, driving into the path of a semi that was attempting to pass her, according to Sgt. Chad Smith of the Liberty County Sheriffs before impact it appeared Mahan was about to pull onto the right side of road. The left front panel of the truck was struck by the semi when Mahan began to make a left turn. The collision happened near Prison Road. Mahan was examined for minor injuries and then released from the hospital. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS Driver receives minor injuries in late afternoon accident Pickup and semi collide on SR 12N To-Go/Catering CALL 674-HILL to place your to-go order or to hear our catering options. Altha student raises $1,725 for scholarship fund in memory of Ryan Flowers by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor A 16-year-old Altha sophomore inspired by the example set by the late Ryan Flowers found a way to contribute to his legacy by raising a remarkable amount of money in a very short time for the Blount stown Fire Department's Ryan Flowers Memorial Scholar ship Fund. After Ryan died in a wreck on May 7, Logan Stone felt the need to do something for Ryan's family. "He didn't know what that was, but he wanted to help them," said his mother, Kim Stone. He decided to ask friends, family and community members to sponsor him in ing in Blountstown. "He had 10 days to pull this off," his mother ex plained. "He worked hard, posting on Facebook, ask ing everyone to help his cause." But the Monday before the race, it didn't look like he would reach his goal. So he enlisted the help of his father, Matt Stone, who owns Red House Weld run was spreading and by Thursday, he had reached his original goal of $1,000. And the pledges kept red and yellow logo on the front to honor Ryan, who was known as "Kinard 16" with the Kinard Volunteer Fire Department. The cooker was on display at the race and drew a The winning ticket was held by Danny Ryals, who decided that the unique tribute to Ryan belonged with the folks at the Kinard Volunteer Fire Department. He is donating the cooker to them but plans to raise another $1,000 to go toward the scholarship estab lished in Ryan's memory. Anyone who would like to help with the scholar tion to the Ryan Flowers Memorial Scholarship Fund at Calhoun-Liberty Credit Union. LOGAN STONE

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Page 4 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 MESSAGES OF THANKS Florida Folk Festival begins Friday in White Springs WHITE SPRINGS The 61st Annual Florida Folk Festival will be held Memo rial Day weekend Friday, May 24 through Sunday, May 26 at the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs. "Since 1953, folk artists have come together to celebrate Florida's rich arts, culture and history," said Florida Park Service Director Donald Forgione. "This year's festival will feature the amazing talents of more than 300 musical acts. I'm excited to attend year after year with my family. There is always something new and different." This years entertainers include a variety of talented performers: Bellamy Broth ers, Jim Stafford, Ben Prestage, Moors & McCumber, Florida Hall of Fame winner Frank Thomas, Passerine, Jubals Kin, The Currys, Ed Cotton, Mindy Simmons & the Hot Pockets, Bing Futch, Rachel Carrick, Montine Humphries, Doug Gauss and many more. This event will continue the grand tradition of cel ebrating Floridas land, people and diverse cultural heritage. Folk artists and tradition-bearers presented documentation conducted by the Florida Department of State's Folklife Program. The Folklife Area celebrates the diverse cultures of the Lower St. Johns River Basin. Be sure to visit the Folklife Area to experience the com sights and sounds of some of Florida's oldest and newest cultural communities. The Florida Folk Festival is proud to be a part of the Florida Department of State's VIVA Florida 500 campaign, which celebrates 500 years of Florida rich culture and history in 2013. Advance tickets for the Florida Folk Festival are $25 per day or $50 for the entire weekend for adults. Tickets bought at the festival gate are $30 per day or $60 for the entire weekend. Children under six years of age are admitted free of charge. Ticket prices for children between the ages of six and 16 for the entire weekend are $5. Tickets provided by Elevate Ticketing and can be purchased online or on the Facebook page. For more information, call 1-877-6FL-FOLK (1-877635-3655) or visit Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park or the Florida Folk Festival. 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. In Memory of Lee Mullis M.D. 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 Heating & Air Conditioning FL LIC. # CMC1249570 (850) 674-4777 Whaley Whaley } The family of Janice T. Alday would like to ex press our heartfelt gratitude to those who attended Janice's funeral or visitation, sent sympathy cards, bereavement. Janice meant so much to us and will be forever in our hearts. We deeply appreciate and will always remember your kindness. Thank you, Lowell Buster, Janna, Teddy Alday and family The Calhoun Liberty Ministry Center is deeply ap preciative for the generous support from both Calhoun and Liberty Counties. It is truly amazing how two counties have come together to assist those in need. In over three years time, we have assisted 11,064 house holds with 368,298 pounds of food. We have helped 669 families with electric bills, rent and gas. A total of 1,829 prisoners have been clothed upon their release. Many have been touched by the gospel. We are grateful for the many individuals, businesses and churches for making our fund raiser a success. After expenses are paid, we made about $13,000 to help us build a pole barn and also provide food boxes in the Mossy Pond area. Our appreciation to the following businesses for their donations: Quick Pic, Ace Hardware (Altha), Florida Public Utilities, Apalachee Restaurant, Calhoun Pub lishing, Blountstown Small Engine, Buy-Rite Drugs, Adams Funeral Home, Peavy Funeral Home, Cadence Bank, C.W. Roberts Contracting, Bennett Eubanks Oil, Blountstown Drugs and Golden Pharmacy. The donation from the Run for the Cross relay is greatly appreciated. over 1,757 pounds of food. We are so grateful for the wonderful support in that effort. If you would like to donate to the center, please make your checks out to CLMC and send to PO Box 603, Blountstown. Thank you for your prayers and support. Doug Hemanes, Director Calhoun Liberty Ministry Center } Thank you for your sincere thoughtfulness in send delicious meals or making a donation in memory of Mother. Your cards, phone calls, visits and other acts of kindness were greatly appreciated and we cannot thank you enough. Thank you to Blountstown Health and Rehabilitation Center for loving her, calling her Mama, and taking such good care of her for six and a half years. You never failed to call us when you thought we needed to be there. We saw how much you truly loved her while you cared for her during her last days. To Covenant Hospice from Marianna East, thank you seems so small. You stayed with us until Mothers medication was stable and she was free from pain. Your caring support will always be remembered. The Vella M. Rankin Family The family of Robert Flowers would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you with medical, traveling and living expenses. We cannot name everyone individually who helped because we would not want to offend or hurt anyones feelings if your name was not mentioned, but God knows who you were and thats what matters most. There was not an act of help taken for granted; each and every one of you were appreciated. Whether you got out and sold tickets, bought a ticket, or if you gave money for dona tions, if you helped to serve the lunches or to deliver them, if you donated any items needed directly for the cooking and serving of the food -whatever your act of kindness -we would like to say thank you again. We realize that there are a lot of you who were and you who may have wanted to give but couldnt, rest assured that God sees the heart. The cookout was a success and a great help. Robert is getting great results from his visits. The cancer is shrinking dramatically and his blood work is showing that the tumor markers are still going down. Were praying it wont be long before we hear the word re mission. God has truly heard the prayers that have and that are still being sent up for him. We serve a great and almighty God. We ask that you remember the name Robert Flowers when saying your prayers because answered prayers are something money cant buy. The following business helped in such a great way: Bristol Piggly Wiggly, Stricklands Hardware, Mrs. Sonja Whitney, Angels Seafood, Family Coastal Sea food Restaurant, Hicks Greek Logging and Neal Land and Timber. Thank you for your generous donations. Also a big thank you to Mrs. Faye Phillips for baking the 13 pound cakes. You did a great job. May God bless each one of you. The Robert Flowers Family } The Kinard Volunteer Fire Department would like to express its appreciation to all the people who helped When the family requested that we do this for Ryan, we werent sure we could get it together in time. How ever, once the idea was put into motion, there was not one minute that went by without someone calling and asking how they could help. The outpouring of sup port touched our department deeply and made us even more proud to be from a caring community. It would be impossible to name everyone involved; rest assured, we appreciate everyones contributions. Fire Chief Doyle Daniels and members of the Kinard Volunteer Fire Department } First of all, our family would like to thank God for blessing us with the most amazing son and brother ever for 17 years. Its overwhelming to see just how many lives he touched. We would also like to say thank you to each and every one of you who came to visit, brought food, sent cards and most of all, who prayed for us during our loss. Words cannot express how grateful we are to the community for showing us so much love and support. A very special thank you to all of the Fire Depart ments, EMS, Airheart and Sheriffs Departments in Calhoun and surrounding counties. It was all of these departments working together that made Ryans Final Call perfect. We would also like to thank everyone who has contributed to the Ryan Flowers Memorial Scholar ship Fund. We are planning for this scholarship to be given every year. If you havent donated but would like to just send or take your donation to the Calhoun Liberty Credit Union in Blountstown. Thanks for all your support. We love you all and please continue to pray for us. Chris, Lori and Karissa Flowers } We would like to thank our family, friends and com munity for all of the prayers, fellowship and support shown to us during our great loss. Our "Paw" loved his family and the people of our community. A special thank you to Linda Blair for all the loving support and assistance during our time of loss. We also want to thank Dr. Misbah Farooqi and the staff of Calhoun Liberty Hospital, especially the CNAs. They took great care of him during his stays there and he loved them all. Please continue to remember us in your prayers. The family of Charles Grantham, Sr. } } We've got the fence posts to meet your needs. Liberty Post & Barn Pole, Inc. Dempsey Barron Road, Bristol (off Hwy. 12 N) Phone (850) 643-5995

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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, FL POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: P.O. Box 536, Bristol, FL 32321. (USPS 012367) Summers Road Located 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 STAFF Johnny Eubanks...................Publisher Teresa Eubanks........................ Editor Sandra Brown...................Bookkeeper Debbie Duggar...................Advertising OFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. 6 p.m. M-F THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Visit us on Facebook at CLJNews MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 5 Thats how many copies of The Calhoun-Liberty Journal were distributed last week, ensuring plenty of coverage for your announcements and great response for our business advertisers! 5,319 Wednesday, May 22 Saturday, May 25 Thursday May 23 Friday, May 24 TODAYS MEETINGS noon, Calhoun-Liberty Hospital 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. east door, in front of jail TODAYS MEETINGS 7:30 p.m., Veterans Civic Center Bristol Girl Scout Troop #303, 6:30 p.m. (ET) at The Club, Bristol. Monday, May 27 Tuesday, May 28 Sunday, May 26 TODAYS MEETINGS Sit-n-Sew meeting, 6 p.m., First United Methodist Church 7 p.m., Apalachee Restaurant Blountstown Chapter #179 O.E.S., 7 p.m., Dixie Lodge in Blountstown. 7-8 p.m., Grace United Methodist Church, Hosford Adult Dance 8-12 p.m. at the Legion Hall in Blountstown Womens Health Seminar planned in Bristol June 7 The Liberty County Health Depart ment is sponsoring a free Womens Health Seminar on Friday, June 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (ET). This event is hosted by Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church and will be held at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center. The seminar will focus on a variety of health related topics for women. Door prizes, lunch, makeovers, mani cures and massages will be available. Please plan to join us for this event. For more information contact Susan ment at (850) 643-2415, ext. 245. 17 th BLOUNTSTOWN The Blount stown Rotary Club will host the 17th annual Big River Roundup Florida Flathead Catfish Tournament this weekend, May 24 25. The tournament was not held in 2012, but after encouragement by the community to continue the event, the Rotary Club decided to relaunch the tourney this year. This years tourney will have some changes, such as no awarded. The 2013 Big River Roundup in Florida. The Roundup tournament is un between locals for bragging rights, cash prizes, and $50,000.00 at stake if the current State Record is broken during the event. for second largest, $400 for third larg est, $300 for the fourth largest, and will pocket $100. Blountstown Rotary is proud to say that their tournament has graced the pages of Field & Stream, Florida Fish & Game, and GAFF magazines. As word of the tournament has spread, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, South Carolina, and even as far as Ohio have regularly traveled to take their chances at winning the event. The tournament entry fee for adults is $50 per person if pre-registering or $55 per person at the gate. Those 14-years-old and under may enter in the youth category for $20 per person. Individuals are encouraged to preregister to be included in a special pre-registration prize drawing. Participants can also register onsite Friday, May 24 beginning at 9 a.m. (CT) until 12 a.m. (CT) and on Saturday, May 25 from 6 a.m. (CT) until 10 a.m. (CT) at the Blountstown Landing (Neal Landing). There will be multiple boat launch sites available and approved by the Blountstown Rotary Club. See rules for more information. The tournament begins at 4 p.m. (CT) on Friday, May 24, and ends at 12 noon (CT) Saturday, May 25. Awards presentation will be held at 12 noon (CT) Saturday at the Blountstown landing. For more information on the tourna ment, a list of rules and an application, visit www.blountstownrotary.com or, call Tournament Director, Phil McMillan at (850) 643-7082 or Asst. Tournament Director Phillip Hill at (850) 447-1975. Mail applications to Blountstown Rotary Club, P.O. Box 161 Blount stown, FL 32424, or you can drop off at the Calhoun County Senior Center, Gulf State Chemical, Adams Funeral Home, or Centennial Bank in Blount stown. The American Legion Post 272 and the Apalachee Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12010 will be pre forming a Memorial Day Ceremony at the Calhoun County Courthouse on Monday, May 27 at 9 a.m. (CT) in remembrance of the men and women who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. The veterans cordially invite all who would like to attend. The Blountstown High School Class of 1973 will be holding a 40 year reunion on Friday, June 14 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at the American Legion Hall in Blountstown. If you were a part of this class at anytime in grades K12 you are invited to attend. Please contact Diane Grantham at (850) 447-0201 or Buddy Harrell at (770) 595-8196. More information can be found on Facebook at Blountstown High School Class if 1973. BHS Class of 1973 to hold 40 year reunion June 14 The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will be hosting a Garden and Lawn Tractor Pull on Saturday, May 25 at 1 p.m. (CT). This event is held so that father, son or daughter can work together on a project. We see children today that have no interaction with adults. This is an opportunity to work together on some thing that has many skills involved and that will have lasting memories. The learn to be creative, think outside the box, learn how to communicate, and the list goes on. Bring a kid yours, a neighbors or one you have to borrow! Drive to the back side of Sam Atkins Park, go around the horse arena, held west, and keep driving. Pioneer Settlement to hold tractor pull Saturday afternoon Calhoun-Liberty Hospital invites the community to celebrate National Hospital Week with them and enjoy a variety of activities they have planned. Monday, May 20 was Silly Hat Day. the Hands began at 7 a.m. in the dining room at the hospital, followed by trivia games. Tuesday, May 21 was Celebrity Look Alike Day with a scavenger hunt, trivia, and a popcorn bar Wednesday, May 22 is Team Spirit Day. We will enjoy trivia and recognize our patients with Patient Appreciation Day. An Ice Cream So cial will be held at 2 and 8 p.m. in the dining room Thursday, May 23 is Time Machine Day. Dress like your favorite time or travel to the future! Sweet Treats will be available in the dining room at 2 and 8 p.m. for those with a sweet tooth. Friday, May 24 is Casual Blue Jeans Day. Employees will enjoy a cookout that will include trivia, egg toss, tug of war, fear factor, limbo and a relay. Prizes will be awarded for the Identify the Baby and Guess How Many con tests. All evening activities will start at 5 p.m. at the gazebo. Please plan to celebrate this special week with us. Staff celebrates National Hospital Week with series of special events Memorial Day to be observed with ceremony Monday Seminole exhibit now in Tallahassee TALLAHASSEE The Florida Department of States Museum of Florida History has just opened the museums newest temporary exhibit, Seminole People of Florida: Survival and Success The new exhibit will be on display today through Aug. 18 at the Museum of Florida History in downtown Tallahassee. The exhibit provides insight into Seminole history, culture and artistic traditions from the mid-1850s to the present. collection of Seminole arti facts. More information on monthly programming may be obtained by calling the museum or by visiting the museums website. Mears Family Reunion Saturday & Sunday at Pioneer Settlement Blountstown High School Graduation 7 p.m. in BHS Gym Liberty Co. High Graduation 8 p.m. at LCHS Field Alha High School Graduation 7 p.m. in AHS Gym LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR CALHOUN COUNTY Big River Roundup Catsh Tournament 4 p.m. Fri. 12 p.m. Sat. at Blountstown Landing Liberty County High School Baccalaureate 7 p.m. LCHS Gym Grand opening of new dog park at Sam Atkins Memorial Day services at Calhoun County Courthouse 9 a.m. BIRTHDAYS ~ Mary Davis, Ray Gillis, Westmoreland, Jordan Reddick BIRTHDAYS ~ James Woods, Allen Savell, Aimee Dunn, Tiesha Alston BIRTHDAYS Samantha Price Taylor BIRTHDAYS Stephanie Montford Derzypolski, Kim Daniels Horne, Nikole Owens, Anthony Palmberg, Deven Lewis BIRTHDAYS Gary Nichols, Jackie Kingston House, Shannon Posey, KaseyRevell BIRTHDAYS Roddenberry, Bryan Roddenberry, Sasha Danley BIRTHDAYS ~ Jackson, Willa Dean Bozeman

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Page 6 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 24Fit Challenge BE THERE ITS FREE! NO EXCUSES Coming to Blountstown Wed., May 29 Call (850) 674-8977 for location. Orientation Saturday, May 25 9 a.m. noon Calhoun-Liberty Hospital Annual Bream Tournament Saturday, June 1, 2013 SCOTTS FERRY LANDING at Scotts Ferry General Store $10 entry fee PER PERSON in advance or the morning of the event Payback for the top three positions **1st Place: $250 2nd Place: $150 3rd Place: $100 ** Only two adults per boat. Chil dren 13 and under can accompany the boat. -Optional Big Fish: $5 entry per **Winner takes full pot** (excluding speckled perch) THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: Memorial Day scams aimed at military personnel PENSACOLA Memorial Day is a time to honor those who serve and remember those who have died in war. Sadly, it has become a key opportunity for scammers to target those who are serving or have served their nation, especially elderly veterans. As Memorial Day approaches, the Better Business Bureau urges consumers to be aware of scams that feed off the military. High priced military loans Advertisements for loans that promise a guarantee, instant approval or no credit check often come with hidden fees and high interest rates. Legitimate lenders will never guarantee a loan before you apply and loans that require an upfront fee are likely a scam. plan offers cash payment, only about 30-40% of what the veteran is entitled to, in exchange for a dis Phony jury duty summons A caller claiming to work for the court system states that a service member didnt show up for jury duty, and has a a credit card or social security number to clear up the matter. offer false discounts for military personnel or claim to be from soldiers who need to sell their vehicle fast. Fees will be required upfront, or the vehicle will have problems. Expensive life insurance policies Military members are often targets of high-pressured sales pitches that offer unnecessary, expensive life in surance policies. BBB recommends the following tips to avoid scams: as you can before you pay. Check out a business BBB Business Review at bbb.org or a charitys Charity Report at give.org. know. Pay by credit card whenever possible. within unsolicited emails or enter personal in formation on unfamiliar websites. Have updated all times. when deployed. Doing so will minimize the risk of identity theft because creditors and businesses cannot issue or grant credit until verifying identity. For more tips, visit bbb.org. tioned for bulk cargo shipments, offering Waterway and state and U.S. highways. that is federally authorized to a maximum of 37 feet; however, dredging the Ports shipping channel to the authorized depth is necessary prior to commencing ship receiving funding to complete mainte nance dredging of the shipping channel. ing jobs and revitalizing the Port of Port is ready to use the Port and rail access to the Port site is being improved; the missing link to an operational Port is the necessary dredging improvements to the We are excited about the possibil ity of leveraging our strong presence in Northwest Florida, further job and economic development in the region, and look forward to the successful dredging said Congressman Steve Southerland. By building upon Northwest Floridas tremendous potential, both as a world leader in biomass production and a Circle have made an important commit ment to growing jobs and strengthening Such a creative partnership between government and the business community will help ensure that the Port of Port St. for the people of North Florida, and will help foster the creation of more jobs and Montford. such a tremendous opportunity for all of and more jobs creating more economic Energy, the Port Authority can now move forward with grant proposals for funding About The St. Joe Company The St. Joe Company is a Floridabased real estate developer and man ager. The Company owns approximately 567,000 acres of and concentrated primarily in Northwest Florida and has land-use entitlements in hand or in process. The majority of land not under development is used for the growing and selling of timber. The Company also owns various commercial, resort and club properties. More information about the Company can be found on its website at www.joe.com. About Green Circle Bio Energy Located in Cottondale, Fla., Green Circles wood pellet plant is the second largest in the world boasting an annual production capacity of 660,000 tons. The state-of-the-art production facility features the highest quality and latest technology in wood processing and pany operating in a variety of markets, including the traditional energy sector and forestry-related businesses. About The Port of Port St. Joe Located in Gulf County, Fla., the Port of Port St. Joe offers a deepwater sea port with two separate bulkheadsone featuring nearly 1,900 linear feet at the ship channel turning basin and the other offering nearly 900 linear feet on the Gulf County Canal. The port is well-suited for bulk and cargo shipments, offering access to rail, the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, and state and U.S. highways. One of the ports greatest assets is the approximately 260 acres of combined ready-to-be-leased lands adjacent to the bulkheads and the more than 5,000 acres of land in the Port environs available for immediate development. PELLET PLANT continued from the front page Producers urged to enroll in 2013 DCP/ACRE payment programs soon Farm Service Agency (FSA) today encouraged farmers and ranchers to enroll for the 2013 Direct and Counter-Cyclical Payment Program (DCP) or the Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) before the deadline. Producers who wait until the last minute to sign up could face increased waiting We understand that produc ers have gotten busy, but they cant forget to visit their county farmers and ranchers plan their spring plantings, producers should plan to schedule an ap pointment to visit their USDA Service Center at the earliest plete the paperwork now rather than to stand in line the day deadline to sign up for ACRE up period ends Aug. 2. program provisions are un changed from 2012, except that all eligible participants in 2013 may choose to enroll in either DCP or ACRE for the 2013 crop producers who were enrolled in ACRE in 2012 may elect to enroll in DCP in 2013 or may re-enroll in ACRE in 2013 (and vice versa). For more information about the programs and loans ad ministered by FSA, visit any usda.gov. 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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 7 F R O M JEMISON HEATING & COOLING Lic RM14160924 Altha Girl Scout Troop 39 has had a very busy spring. The girls had an extraordinary cookie season and would like to thank the commu nity for their help and support in achieving their goal. The troop appreci ates Page Pond As sembly of God Church for the use of the fel lowship hall for their meetings and other events. In return, the girls did a can food drive to donate to the church's food pantry along with a monetary donation. In keeping with the Girl Scout motto, of giving back to the community, the girls also presented Altha Pride with a monetary donation. The troop also planted three more Altha Community Center. For all of their hard work, the girls were rewarded with a Mother-Daughter Tea party. There was a history and etiquette lesson on a proper tea. The troop always has room for more girls and will be meet ing over the summer. If you are interested in joining, volunteering or donating to the troop, please contact the leaders, Tracey Ybarra at (850) 447-5405 or Karen Weeks at (850) 447-5332 for more information. Altha Girl Scout Troop 39 gives back to a supportive community Four youth from Liberty County went to Tallahassee on May 4 to compete at the district level. the Fun contest singing There is a Re deemer bringing home a blue ribbon. did a team demonstration Pasta Salad and Courtney Larson demonstrated Healthy Snacks all earning red ribbons. We are proud of all four youth who earned their way from county to district events. 4-H is the nations largest youth de velopment organization. Over 230,000 members in the State of Florida help to make up the community of more than 6.5 million young people across America. 4-H is a non-formal, practical educational program for youth. Florida 4-H is the youth development program of the University of Florida IFAS. Call the UF/IFAS, Liberty County child can get involved with 4-H. NEWS FROM THE PEWS LAKE MYSTIC BAPTIST CHURCH Hold on children 3 years old 5th grade from June 2 6, 6 8:30 p.m. Raise your hands in the air. Feel the rush. Kids will learn to face their fears and trust God. PAGE POND ASSEMBLY OF GOD BIBLE SCHOOL Saddle up your horses and get on over to SonWest Roundup. Out in the wide open spaces, we'll discover a colorful old town where all the excitement of the Wild West awaits. In SonWest, we'll celebrate all the fun of being buckaroos, so grab a sarsaparilla and join in the jamboree. There'll be food, games, music, crafts and amazing true stories that point you and your kids to Jesus! Ride with us under the deep blue skies. Feel the breezes rise through the shady purple canyons as we head out through this bright wilderness--we're travel ling down the trail through the Old Testament stories of Moses to discover God's ultimate plan of salvation in Jesus, because "Jesus is the same yesterday and today ST. MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH parents you are welcome to come with your children. ABE SPRINGS PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH will feature Tabitha Morris and Heaven Sent along with local talent. Please plan to join us. The church is located Miss Carah Lyn Williams of nounce the engagement of her mother, Christi Smith Williams, daughter of Carolyn Smith of Ox ford, AL, and the late Jack Smith, to Tommy Shoemake. Tommy is the son of Shelby and the late Johnnie Clemmons Shoemake. The wedding is planned for Sunday, June 9 at 5 p.m. (CT) at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement All friends and relatives are invited to attend. ols and Joseph Ryan Hall are excited to announce their upcoming wedding. Kathryn is a 2006 graduate of Altha Joseph is a 2004 graduate of Altha High School and is employed with Peacock Farms in Altha. The couple will be married on Sat residence on the Chipola River located All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. Nichols, Hall to exchange vows in Chipola River ceremony on June 1 Williams, Shoemake will wed June 9 at Pioneer Settlement

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Page 8 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 COMMENTARY Congress failed with IRS WASHINGTON The IRS is a pseudo independent agency of government that reports to the Secre tary of the Treasury. It is a vast bureaucracy with only two political appointees, and the IRS commissioner at the time the agency began sin gling out Tea Party groups for special scrutiny was a Bush appointee, Douglas Schulman. He stepped down last year. Since then the IRS has been led by acting commissioner Steven Miller, who submitted his resignation in the wake of the Inspector Generals report citing rampant mismanagement in the agency. There is no more feared federal agency than the IRS, and apparently, members of Congress share that fear. Why else did they fail so ter ribly in their scrutiny of the agency? James Madison wrote in the Federalist Pa pers, If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary. The same rule is appli cable to bureaucracies, and we should assume the IRS isnt staffed with angels, any more than the FBI or the CIA, other fearsome agencies that have been the focus of various scandals over the years. Obama is playing a welcome role in assuring the American people that hes on top of the IRS controversy, but the buck doesnt stop with him. The improper targeting of conservative groups was uncovered by the Treasury Departments Inspector General, and the IGs report, the result of many months of investigation, was released to the White House and the media late Tuesday. Obama then tasked his Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew, to implement the reports recommendations and clean house at the IRS. Washingtons scandal culture always de mands that heads roll, and House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said in the wake of the report, Now my question isnt about who is going to resign. My question is whos going to jail over this scandal? With three congressional committees hold ing hearings, and a Justice criminal probe underway in the matter, Boehner wont get an answer for some time, and its not at all clear that anyone will go to jail. The IGs report did not find evidence of political bias, and the fault that the proliferation of so-called social welfare groups and the lack of clarity in the rules cial tax status. But the controversy could well have a chilling effect on the IRS ability to scrutinize groups that operate on one side or the other of the political divide, but seek to characterize their activities as mainly educational. The events of the last week should not be viewed narrowly, but rather as an example of how the IRS can over-reach, whether deliberately or not, and stoke fear among Americans who think they could be next if somehow they take a question able deduction or have some number in their an audit. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, headed by the very ag gressive Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., is advertis ing its upcoming hearing into the IRS abuses as though it were the coming attractions for a Hollywood thriller. Truth is, Congress is late to the game. The appropriate committees should have been engaging in ongoing over sight of the IRS all along. To paraphrase James Madison, if all men were angels, we wouldnt need oversight. Its worth recalling that Harry Truman gained his reputation during World War II when he traveled around the country inspecting defense plants, found there had not been appropriate oversight in the massive build-up for the war, came back to Washington and led a Senate committee that exposed waste, greed and mismanagement in the defense industry. The challenge for todays Congress is to do what Truman did, put aside partisan concerns and do the job of oversight our elected representatives are elected to do. WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND by Douglas Cohn and Eleanor Clift President Obama announced the appointment of a new acting commissioner of the IRS the JAY LENO DAVID LETTERMAN The IRS has a new boss after it came out they CRAIG FERGUSON JIMMY KIMMEL JIMMY FALLON JAY LENO JIMMY KIMMEL Late Night Laughs A RECAP OF RECENT OBSERVATIONS U.S. Army Capt. Aaron Kletz serving a 15-month combat tour in Iraq. Part of the way through the deployment I noticed these big lumps around my collarbone, Kletzing told The Unknown badly pulled muscles. After coming home, it became clear that something was seri ously wrong. I got back from Iraq, and my body was really out-of-whack, Kletzing said. I was sweating all the time and my energy was really off. One Friday afternoon in the fall of 2009, Capt. Kletzing got a phone call he would never forget. Hey, this is the doctor, he was told. You have cancer. When the soldier deployed in December 2007 to a volatile area north of Baghdad, a cancer diagnosis seemed impossible. I turned 23 and 24 in Iraq, and I thought to myself that my next birthday, Im going to have the biggest party ever, Kletz ing said. But my next birthday, I was doing chemotherapy in Chicago. Kletzing, 29, fol lowed in the foot steps of his older brother, Capt. An drew Kletzing, when he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 2006. By then, both wars were was the best thing to do, he said. to prepare for war. I think the overall feeling is you have good nerves ... youre focused, the combat veteran said about getting ready for battle. But there are also those nerves that keep you awake at night. seven months leading troops through Iraqs war-torn streets by day while sleeping in deplorable conditions at night. That was the world ... that was the universe, he said. Youre living there with Iraqi Security Forces ... living on top of each other with mice every where. After several months without a shower, Kletzing and his soldiers initially welcomed a move to the east side of the Tigris River. The problem was that insurgents and terrorists were there wreaking havoc. particularly adept at making homemade explosives, Kletz ing said. To this day, the veteran has images from Iraq burned into his memory. The thing I remember most vividly is seeing locals who had been hurt, Kletzing said. people are maimed or shot, and those locals are brought into your aid stations. Kletzing praised his fellow soldiers for helping him stay calm amid the madness. I just had to really rely on my buddies over there, he said. Once he discovered the lumps deployment became even more challenging. All the way through Iraq, this was growing ... the cancer was spreading throughout my body, Kletzing said. But I wasnt go ing to complain. When the birthday he was so the 25-year-old soldier, who lost his hair and eyebrows amid gru eling chemotherapy treatment, hoped good news was on the horizon. The soldiers birthday wish was granted. I ended up doing scans, and it was in remission, he said. Kletzing, now 29, was accept ed to Harvard Business School. Not far from the Boston dorm room where Facebook was born, the U.S. Army veteran came up with a groundbreaking idea that he met in Iraq helped him fully realize. The biggest frustration for people who are in the military -who really like being in the military and want to stay in the military -is that they have so assigned, Kletzing said. I felt change that. Kletzing and Yinon Weiss a LinkedIn for the military and encourage all U.S. service members to join. We get excited emails every day from people saying hey, this is incredible, Kletzing said. Our goal is to be the profes sional home for everyone in the military. Today, Aaron Kletzing helps U.S. troops connect with one another in order to improve their lives and careers. He is also a proud Iraq war veteran and grate ful cancer survivor. Thankfully, it is still in re mission, he said. Im doing all right. RALLY CRY The Unknown Soldiers by Tom Sileo An award-winning journalist who worked in newsrooms for eight years, Tom Sileo is a na tionally syndicated columnist.

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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 9 Catsh Crawl 5K Overall Male and Female Masters winners were Trainer Mark McCarra and Lydia Trevino Miles. The full list of winners can be viewed Times were fast, said Blountstown Fire Chief Ben Hall, who is one of the

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Page 10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 Chipola College LOCAL GRADS Advice for Graduation Day speakers: Be brief, be kind Once again, graduation time is upon us. By some iron rule, every graduation must have a graduation speaker, whose role has been com pared to that of the corpse at a great Irish wake: His pres ence is deemed necessary for the event to be take place, but, other than that, precious little is expected from him. The odds are pretty good that more people could name the U.S.'s last 10 vice presi dents* than could tell you who spoke at their own graduation. As someone who has more than once tested the patience and exceeded the attention span of a captive audience, I mod estly offer some suggestions for the prospective graduation speaker. First, remember that the ceremony can run long, the day can be warm and the chairs can be hard. President Franklin Roosevelt, a man who knew how to give a successful speech, may have had this in mind when he advised: "Be sincere; be brief; be seated." Former Vice President Hu bert Humphrey, a gifted but long-winded speaker, was reminded by his wife, Muriel, "Hubert, a speech does not need to be eternal to be immortal. An old-timer once counseled me that "if you don't know what to talk about, then talk about three minutes." Begin by reassuring the audi ence that you will not tax their forbearance with an opener: "As King Henry VIII said to each of his six wives: 'Don't worry. I won't keep you long.'" The graduation speaker's duty is to provide some rules or advice for the graduates. attention and some respect to their parents or the elders who have helped them through the recent years. Mark Twain put it perfectly: "When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant, I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years. Give the grads some practi cal guidance. For example, "You will never be permanently happy with a roommate or a life companion who insists on pronouncing the 'd' in Wednes day. Or this: "In every political yourself in, there will always, without fail, be somebody on your side you wish devoutly was on the other side." Con rad Hilton, after a successful lifetime in the hotel business, was once asked what he had learned, and his answer: "Al ways keep the shower curtain inside the bathtub." Graduates, how many times have you been told that "life is not like college"? Ac tually, that is true. Life is not like college. No, actually life is a lot more like high school. For that reason, the story about the great philosopher William James' son, also named William but called Billy, is appropriate for the occasion. Young Billy, then about 21, was asking all those vexing questions that young people have forever asked about how and what to do with his life. Billy wrote his uncle, the great novelist Henry James, for his wisdom. Henry James wrote his nephew: "Three things, Bill, three things I tell you to do in The second is to be kind. And the third thing is to be kind." And remember, it is impos sible at breakfast to over-tip the waitress. Congratulations! Last ten vice presidents: Joe Biden, Dick Cheney, Al Gore, Dan Quayle, George H.W. Bush, Walter Mondale, Nelson Rockefeller, Gerald Ford, Spiro Agnew and Hubert Humphrey. AMERICAN COLOR by Mark Shields Pundit Mark Shields has been on the political Robert F. Kennedy ran for president in 1968. After years of managing campaigns from the courthouse to the White House, he is now one of the most widely recognized commentators in the U.S. MARIANNASome 453 students were eligible for graduation at Chipola College at the end of the spring semester. Graduation exercises are scheduled for Thursday, May 2 at 7 p.m. in the Milton Johnson Health Center. Chipola alumnus Lamar Polston will deliver the commencement address. Counted as members of the class are all who com cember of 2012 to May of 2013 or who will complete work at Chipola during the summer of 2013. The class includes the following local students: Bachelor of Science Degrees AlthaBritney Collings, Jessica Godwin, Justin Godwin, Stephanie Shelton. BlountstownKimberley Daniels, Robert Deason, Kenneth Edwards, Hailey Moravek, Jeffrey Stewart. BristolJoseph Williams. ClarksvilleJason Holland, Robert Johns, Monica Jones. Grand RidgeSara Bien, Jessica Harrell, Rebecca Hart, Jessica Tillman. HosfordKerstin Peddie. KinardAmy McLeod. SneadsHaley Bennett, Travis Moore, Ashley Pavuk. Bachelor of Applied Science Degrees BlountstownDana Cooper. Associate in Arts Degrees AlthaTaylor Brantley-Curl, Sierra Chason, Ashley Childs, Tiffany Hill, Ivy Martin, Cason Neel, Taylor Shelton, Emily Williams, Katelyn Williams. BlountstownJunicia Baker, Virginia Baker, Tashe King, Tyler McClellan, Makynzie O'Bryan, Travis Pitt man, Ariel Savell, Sharlyn Smith. BristolVeldina Dawson, Daniel Kern, Anthony Marotta, Phyllis Reddick, Kasey Revell, John Stever son. ClarksvilleMorgan Davis, Stewart Herndon, Josh ua Jeffery. Grand RidgeHeidi Folks, Sandra Franklin, Leigh Hall, Jolie Johnson, Christina Kerlee, Haylie McLane, Cameron Smith, Karis Smith. HosfordHannah Moore. SneadsCasey Adams, Kara Alford, Brittany Ar nold, Emily Cain, Karissa Childs, Cassandra Coley, Ai Sylvia Hilton, Rachel Pelt, Joseph Raley, Kayla Shef Williams. Associate in Science Degrees AlthaChristian Blankenship. BlountstownWilliam Johnson, Brannon Evans. BristolWhitney Edwards, Timothy Pittman, Aus linn Shuler. Grand RidgeTiffany Burdeshaw, Yolanda Hamil ton, Hope Mooneyham, Joanne Player, Angelica Rodri guez, Michelle Schouest. SneadsSarah Durden, Tania Harvey, Joel McKe own, Jason Moore, Courtney Wall. AlthaMarianne Debolt, Daniel Shivers. BlountstownJoshua Kirkbride, Jody Vowell. BristolJacqueline Lee. Several local students will soon be teachers following their recent graduation from Chipola Among those shown above (though not in or der) are: The new teachers are shown above with some of their classmates as they pose with a their work and their understanding of the nu merous assignments they faced during their Chipolas latest class of new teachers Swimming and baseball programs set at Chipola MARIANNAChipola Col lege will offer programs for chil dren of all ages this summer. Swimming lessons will be of fered for all ages. Lessons are based on a combination of na tionally-recognized methods. Childrens Swimming lessons for ages four and up are sched uled on the following dates: Ses sion 1: June 3-13 with a registra tion deadline of May 30; Session 2: June 17-27, with a registration deadline of June 13. Classes are available at 10 a.m. or 7 p.m. Sessions include eight 45 min ute classes which meet Monday through Thursday for two weeks. Cost of regular swimming les sons is $55. Pre-registration is required, with a $5 late registra tion fee. For information, call 718-2473 or visit www.chipola. edu. July and August sessions will be announced at a later date. Chipola Baseball Coach Jeff Johnson will offer three camps. 7-18 will meet June 10-11. Cost is $100. 7-18 will meet June 12-13. Cost is $100. will meet June 17-18. Cost is $100. for all three camps is $250. All baseball camps meet from 9 a.m. to noon. For information, contact Assistant Coach Chris Hutcheson at (850) 718-2243. 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Waldorff Ace Hardware 25615 N 762-3228 or 762-8500 WAL MART Always. Phone 674-3838 Pizza & Subs 19838 SR 20 W IN BLOUNTSTOWN Twin Oaks Juvenile Development, Inc. Good Job, Seniors! The Calhoun County Becky Smith & Staff (850)674-8242 Congratulations Class of 2013 ELLIS Agency 762-9694 Good Luck Grads! GOOD LUCK Graduates Valedictorian Salutatorian ALTHA HIGH SCHOOL of Class 2013 Baccalaureate Graduation Colors: Purple & Silver Yellow Calla Lily Class Song: Im Not Gonna Cry CITY TIRE Best of luck to all the grads! JEMISON INC. SV MGR 447-1943 Bay Blountstown Congratulations Class of 2013 Blountstown DRUGS Congratulations Class of 2013 The Calhoun Co. Property Terry Stone & Staff Altha Farmers Co-op, Inc. ALTHA STORE 674-4359 ALL THE BEST TO THE GRADS! MERLE NORMAN 674-9191 ALL THE BEST TO THE GRADS! DANNY RYALS Calhoun County School Board Member District #1 and Danny Ryals Real Estate PHONE 674-5478 OPENING SOON R&R TIRE CO. 643-2939 Class Motto: If there ever comes a day when we cant be together, keep me in your heart, Ill stay there forever. Page 11

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Page 12 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 Questions? Call the Liberty The Liberty County LANDFILL will be CLOSED Saturday, in observance of Memorial Day. Best of the Latest Country Charted songs, mixed in with your favorite oldies. WPHK Radio K-102.7 FM WYBT Radio Y-1000 AM Liberty County Bulldogs, the Blountstown High BUY, SELL & TRADE The JOURNAL If you know me at all, you know that the better part of my life is spent on or near the water. Most of the things I enjoy doing ming . living are all dependent on abundant, unpolluted water. So count me as a big fan of H20. Over the years, Ive been fortunate to work with some really talented water policy profession als in the public sector, along with equally talented geolo gists, engineers, and attorneys in the private sector. I dont claim to be any of those things, but I do have a pretty good working knowl edge about the challenges we face when it comes to water. Ive also worked in politics and advertising, so I have a pretty good eye for BS, too. And let me tell you, noth ing lights up my Crap-Detector faster than a new crusade against bottled water. Folks, if you dont believe an other word I say, believe this: bot tled water is not a problem. It ac counts for a tiny fraction of all wa ter use in the US, it has the lightest carbon footprint of any packaged beverage on the market, and its better for you than beer, coffee, sodas, or energy drinks. Oh, and call me if you see somebody wash ing their car or watering their lawn with it. Is it a waste of money? Maybe. If Im sitting here in my living room sucking down a bottle be cause I dont want to get a glass and put ice in it, then probably so. On the other hand, if Im driving through Tampa, where the water tastes like its been drunk already, then a buck for a bottle that isnt rancid is a pretty good deal. Is it a luxury? Of course. Now, look around your house. Anything you see that wouldnt be found in a jail cell is also a luxury. But hey, if you want to spend your hardearned dollars on ceramic koala bears, Snuggies, or an oil-on-vel vet Elvis, thats your right. And its my right to buy bottled water if I want. Believe it or not, there are efforts across this coun try to ban bottled water. Mostly these are places with lots of col lege kids and very few hurricanes or other natural di sasters. I can give you a long list of things that should have been banned when I was at FSU and bottled water wouldnt make the top 100. (Anybody re member bladderbust nights?) As a note of disclosure, for sev eral years one of my clients was Americas largest spring water bot tling company. Ive had a different job for the last few years, so I dont have to defend the company or the industry any more. I dont have to, but I do because I hate seeing a trendy, misguided witch hunt take our attention away from the very real threats of over-development, loss of wetlands and groundwater contamination. It irks me that some bright, wellintentioned person in Atlanta right now wont drink bottled water, but has no problem running his sprin klers seven days a week. He thinks hes saving Planet Earth even as hes unwittingly helping destroy the Apalachicola River. And thats the problem with this whole us-versus-them mindset on public policy. Its like the house is burn ing down while were stat. Or as the Bible puts it, were swallowing a camel while straining out a gnat. Safeguarding our wa ter supply while protect ing our natural treasures isnt a war of good versus evil. Its not a battle that we can win by signing a petition or by taking up some feel-good cause. Its an on going balancing act that takes co operation among a lot of different groups who all have a vested inter est in the outcome. We have to get corporate, agricultural, municipal, and recreational water users to all agree on a plan that makes sense. Thats not going to happen if we insist one group is the mortal en emy of the planet. As much as I cuss the Corps of Engineers for being stingy with Lake Lanier, I know that theyre not intentionally trying to kill off our oyster beds. Theyre simply representing one group of stake holders. (The wrong one, but thats beside the point.) My goal isnt to make Atlanta go away, just to see the city and the region get more se rious about conservation. The best thing all of us can do is focus our energy where it will do the most good and not just where it will gain the most attention. If you care about water, I encourage you to take the time to study the issues and understand the context. Youll simply isnt true. Youll also see some very tangible efforts that need and deserve your involve ment. (Water-quality monitoring and clean-up efforts are just two that come to mind.) If you hate bottled water and think its terrible for the environ ment, then by all means dont buy it. Just dont try to tell me how much good youre doing for Moth er Nature, because Im not buying that. Calhoun County native Jim McClellan JIM McCLELLANS OUTDOORS Down South Bottled water and hot air To Our Liberty County Waste Pro Customers There will be NO Changes to your Waste Pro would like to thank you and wish you a HAPPY & SAFE HOLIDAY A little out of the way, A lot less to pay Family Coastal Seafood Restaurant WERE OPEN Come see us for the best seafood and prices around for a really great meal. CORLETTS ROOFING LLC FREE ESTIMATES Michael Corlett (850) 643-7062 A Miami man has caught and killed the lon gest Burmese python ever captured in Florida: 18 feet, 8 inches. The python was a 128-pound female that was not carrying eggs, according to University of Florida scientists who examined the snake. The previous record length for a Burmese py thon captured in the wild in Florida was 17 feet, 7 inches. On May 11, Jason Leon was riding late at night in a rural area of south east Miami-Dade County when he and his passenger spotted the python. About 3 feet of the snake was sticking out of the roadside brush. Leon stopped his car, grabbed the snake behind its head and started dragging it out of the brush. When the snake began to wrap itself around his leg, he called for as sistance from others and then used a knife to kill the snake. Leon once owned Burmese pythons as pets and has experience han dling this nonvenomous constrictor species. Jason Leons night time sighting and capture of a Burmese python of more than 18 feet in length is a notable ac complishment that set a Florida record. The FWC is grateful to him both for safely removing such a large Burmese python and for reporting its capture, said Kristen Sommers, Exotic Species Coordina tion Section Leader for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commis sion (FWC). Leon reported his py thon capture to the FWCs South Region office, which connected him with 888-IveGot1 (888-4834861), the FWCs hotline for reporting exotic spe cies. Cheryl Millett of The Nature Conservancys Python Patrol Program helped coordinate the response, and Jeff Fobb of the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Venom Response Program arranged to pick up the snake from Leon. Finally, the python was turned over to the Uni versity of Floridas Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center, where UF staff experienced in working with Burmese pythons performed the necropsy. The public is asked to report sightings of exotic species to IveGot1.org or 888-IveGot1. There is also a free smartphone app: IVEGOT1. The Burmese python is an invasive species that has negative impacts on the Everglades ecosystem and its native wildlife.

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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 13 SCHOOL NEWS On Monday, May 27 at 10 a.m., the students in the Teen Outreach Program at Liberty County High School will be having a fundraising car wash and bake sale for a fellow LCHS classmate. This event will be held at the parkn-ride at the front of the high school. We invite all to come out and support us in this effort. For more information contact Ga ret Shuler, Human Services Program Specialist, at (850) 643-2415. LCHS Teen Outreach Program holding fundraiser for student on Memorial Day Libertys District & County Tropicana Speech winners Each spring Liberty Countys 4th, 5th and 6th grade students write and present a 2 to 3 minute speech in hopes of making it to the County 4-H Tropicana Public Speaking Contest. class, classroom winners then compete for grade winners and grade winners to school contest. School contest winners then move on to the county level where competition gets rather stiff. introduction, body and conclusion is very impor Research has shown that if people begin speaking in front of an audience young they are less likely to be fearful as they get older. That is the goal of the annual 4-H/Tropicana Public Speaking Contest. The fun of the contest is to hear youth express themselves through topics of their choice. This year the following spoke at the county level: 4th and 5th grade level: FROM LEFT 1st place winner Justin Day, 2nd place winner Hansen Gei ger, 3rd place winner Noelle Prichard, Honarable mentions are Evy Peddie, Ariana Martinez and Taryn Kirkland. 6th grade level: FROM LEFT Jace White Hon arable mention, Cain Pullam Honorable mention, Emilea Thompson Honorable mention, 3rd place winner Kelsey Jones, 2nd place winner Brady Ped die and 1st place winner Lindsey Marotta. Justin Day was not able to participate in District so second place Hansen Geiger represented Lib erty County at the District contest in Tallahassee, Thursday, May 16. Hansen won 3rd place. Lindsey Marotta competed at District also win ning 3rd place. Both did an excellent job. Tropicana Speech Elementary winners Tropicana Middle School Division winners up for the parent sponsored eighth grade for Washington D.C. trip for W.R. Tolar students, don't worry, we are having another meeting on Tues day, May 28 at 6 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center. Our prices have lowered and we want to make sure no one is left out. If you have any questions, please contact Dawn Murphy at 643-6390 or Debbie Shepard 545-5544. Second sign-up date for Washington D.C. trip will be May 28 The upcoming Seniors have selected the following students to lead their class next year. Candy Bryant will serve as their Presi dent, Justin Terry will sup port her as Vice-President, Blayne Cherry will serve as Secretary, Calen Masai was selected as Treasurer and Missy Newsome will serve as Chaplain. President Candy Bryant said, I am looking forward to the upcoming year. I have a lot of ideas for the class and am excited to act upon them. The upcoming Juniors have also cast their bal lots and the results are in. Thomas Howell was se lected to serve as President, Emily Childress will serve as Vice-President, Bryce Davis as Secretary, Amber Raisbeck as Treasurer and Walker Strawn will serve his class as Chaplain. When asked to comment on the election results, President Thomas Howell replied, I am looking for ward to working with my classmates. The students have se lected an outstanding group of leaders for the 2013-2014 school year. The class spon sors are looking forward to and the students that are the BHS Class of 2014 & 2015. FROM LEFT: Upcoming senior class officers Blayne Cherry-Secretary, Missy NewsomeChaplain, Justin Terry-Vice-President, Candy Bryant-President and Calen Masai-Treasurer. President, Amber Raisbeck-Treasurer, Walker Strawn-Reporter, Emily Childress-Vice President and Bryce Davis-Secretary. On Friday, May 10, Pre-K through 5th grade students at Altha School were treated to a special event as they kicked off their FCA sponsored Field Day Rodeo Style. Students were able to watch a horsemanship demonstration con ducted by Trey Young and Timmy Sanders, who both now reside in the Altha area. Students were amazed to see the cowboys skills as they were able to stand atop of their horses to pop their cow whips and to swing their ropes. They also showed how much trust their horses had in the cowboys as they were able to get Jack to lay on the ground as they continued to pop their whips around him. Trey Youngs show, An American Horseman airs on Channel 404 on Dish Network on Tuesday nights. The website www.treyyounghorse manship.com will soon be up and running with information about Treys training program, facility and future horsemanship clinics. Kids who are aspiring cowboys and cowgirls and wanting to learn more about horses and riding should contact Trey at (850) 509-5560 to inquire about summer camp dates and information. Altha Public School would like to thank these cowboys for taking time out of their busy schedule to perform for the students on Field Day! Altha School Field Day RODEO STYLE ADOPT A PET ...FROM THE JOURNAL CLASSFIEDS! BECOME A VOLUNTEER BECOME A VITAL PART OF THE ADVOCACY TEAM. HELP AN ABUSED, NEGLECTED OR OTHERWISE AT-RISK CHILD BY BECOMING A VOLUNTEER GUARDIAN AD LITEM. DISCOVER HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN A CHILDS LIFE. FLORIDA GUARDIAN AD LITEM FOUNDATION PHONE (850) 410-4642 BUMBLE BEE TRAPS

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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15 #C-270 AND N OFST RD #12 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 60 R0201000 $630.48 021-1N-7W-01157-003 362.270 AC OB0144P0241 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 21-1N-7W 362.27 LENGTHY METES AND BOUNDS DESC INCLUDING SEC 28 & 21 OR 144/241 EASEMENT OR 144/244 61 R0201200 $1073.18 022-1N-7W-01158-001 628.030 AC OB0151P0508 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 22-1N-7W 628.03 AC LENGHTY METES AND BOUNDS INCLUDING SEC 20, 21 & 28 OR 144/241 EASEMENT OR (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 62 R0201400 $323.03 023-1N-7W-01159-001 177.710 AC OB0151P0508 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRSTIOL, FL 32321 SEC 23-1N-7W 177.71AC PER OR 151/508 63 R0201900 $36.48 026-1N-7W-01162-001 5.690 AC OB0151P0508 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 26-1N-7W 5.69AC PER OR 151/508 64 R0202200 $114.05 027-1N-7W-01164-001 52.250 AC OB0151P0058 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 27-1N-7W 52.25 AC PER OR 151/508 65 R0202300 $988.13 028-1N-7W-01165-000 629.540 AC OB0144P0243 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 28-1N-7W 629.54AC ALL SECTION, LESS .46 ACRES TO ST RD R/W. 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Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 29-2N-7W .34 AC BEG AT SW COR OF NE1/4 OF NE1/4 SEC 29 RUN N 28.5 N 60 20 MIN E 182 S 40 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 121 R0398000 $1553.83 029-2N-7W-01100-000 13.730 AC HALL, HENRY & NOAMI P.O. BOX 358 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 29-2N-7W 13.73 AC COM AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE E BDY OF SEC 29 & THE CENTERLINE OF SR #270 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 122 R0398100 $196.92 030-2N-7W-01101-000 4.000 AC OB0126P0549 JOHNSON, AENON V. AND CONFIDENTIAL SEC. 30-2N-7W 4 AC COM. AT BANK OF RIVER AT SEC. 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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 17 SEC. 33-2S-8W 1.51 AC COM NE COR OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4 OF SEC 33 RUN W 165 YDS FOR POB TH RUN W 70 YDS (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 181 R0506600 $419.63 033-2S-8W-02558-012 2.970 AC CAMP SECLUSION, INC. P.O. BOX 878 MARIANNA, FL 32446 SEC 33-2S-8W 2.97 AC COM AT SE COR OF NW1/4 OF SEC 33 RUN N 89 DEG 16 MIN W 743.42 TO POB TH N 71 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 182 R0510900 $541.61 002-3S-8W-02580-000 1.310 AC OB0201P0057 STEVENS, BONITA AND LOGAN BARBEE, AS JOINT TE 17015 NW ANGLE STREET BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424 SEC. 2-3S-8W LOTS LOTS 1,2,3,4,5,6 BLK B ORANGE S/D DC OR BK 160/650 (LELA MCKUHENOR 161/386 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 183 R0511500 $474.62 002-3S-8W-02585-000 2.835 AC OB0165P0664 TAYLOR, ELBERT A.J. & MAX 25669 SW COUNTY ROAD 379 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 2-3S-8W LOTS 1,2 BLK C ORANGE SUBDIVISION ALSO COM. AT SW COR. 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C/O DAVID SATTER WHITE 856 APPALOOSA LN CANTOMENT, FL 32533 SEC. 1-4S-9W LOT LOT 21 BLK B ALSO 1/84 UNDI VIDED INTEREST IN FLORIDA RIVER PARK 199 R0560300 $150.53 001-4S-9W-02948-003 .221 AC OB0172P0434 TADLOCK-WOOTEN, DONNA H. 4708 ALAMEDA STREET PANAMA CITY, FL 32404 SEC. 1-4S-9W LOT 10 BLK C FLORIDA RIVER PARK ALSO 1/84 UNDIVIDED INTEREST O.R. BK. 31, P. 35 OR 170/3 DC 170/2 OR 172/434 200 R0564200 $62.99 024-4S-9W-02969-000 2.000 AC ROBERTS, MILDRED L. P.O. BOX 844 WEWAHITCHKA, FL 32465 SEC 24-4S-9W 2AC BEGIN SE COR SEC 24 RUN N70 YD W140 YD S70 YD E140 YD TO POB NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE FOR LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT 2012 REAL PROPERTY TAX continued from page 16 LIBERTY COUNTY 2012 DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX Notice: All personal property taxes are drawing interest at the rate of 18% (percent) per year and unless the delinquent taxes are paid, warrants will be issued thereon pursuant to s.197.413 and the tax collector will apply to the circuit court for an order directing levy upon seizure of their personal property of the taxpayer for the unpaid taxes. 1 P0000700 $701.69 00009-000 BUNKLEYS QUALITY CABI NET 16249 NE SHULER ST HOSFORD, FL 32334 2 P0003000 $490.44 00033-002 NORTH FL ICE VENDING 221 W. HIBISCUS BLVD. MELBOURNE, FL 32901 3 P0004400 $3952.10 00055-000 GULF COAST AGGRE GATES, LL P.O. BOX 551 CARRABELLE, FL 32322 4 P0009400 $1417.95 00152-004 WASTE RECYCLERS HOLD INGS, C/O WCA WASTE SYSTEMS, IN ONE RIVERWAY STE 1400 HOUSTON, TX 77056 PAID PAID PAID PAID The Calhoun-Liberty Journal Classieds EMAIL: thejournal@fairpoint.net wallet by listing your unused items in Tobacco Free Florida and Florida Department of Health raise awareness of tobacco industry targeting kids Calhoun and Liberty County supports World No Tobacco Day The Florida Department of Health recognizes May 31 as World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), an international day of action in response to the worldwide tobacco epidemic. Across the state, the Florida Department of Healths Tobacco Free Florida campaign, youth activists, and community supporters will shed light on the tobacco industrys continued efforts to target youth and young adults. In its 26th year of observance, the World Health Organization (WHO) selected "Ban tobacco ad vertising, promotion and sponsorship" as the 2013 theme of World No Tobacco Day. This observance targets the tobacco industrys evolving marketing practices, which respond to successful tobacco control initiatives and reduced rates of cigarette use by revamping their strategies and product selection. Though certain forms of tobacco marketing have been restricted over the years, tobacco com panies increasingly focus their efforts and dollars on promoting cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and other tobacco products in the retail environment, spending $7.3 billion in the United States in 2010 on strategies that facilitated retail sales. Florida Department of Health addresses tobacco advertising and promotion, working at the local level and focusing on retail environments that target youth. The following are efforts to prevent youth tobacco use: amending the Florida Clean Indoor Air Act, giving school boards the authority to designate all district property as tobacco free. Currently, both Calhoun and Liberty County School Districts have adopted each county. resolutions urging local vendors to cease the products, which are widely considered to be starter products. and assist multi-unit housing properties to go smoke-free, not only protecting Floridians from toxic secondhand smoke, but de-normalizing tobacco use. ties have taken the bold step to enact 100 percent smoke-free campus policies. Numerous tobacco industry documents show that the tobacco companies perceive youth as an important target, said Tobacco Free Florida Bu reau Chief Shannon Hughes. Years after those documents were made public, the tobacco compa nies continue to develop products and marketing campaigns aimed at young people. While their tactics may change, the consequences remain the same: addiction, disease, and premature death. In the U.S., nearly nine out of 10 smokers start by age 18. Two out of 3 youth visit a convenience store at least once a week. Studies show that teens by promotional pieces in these stores. Despite these numbers, substantial progress has been made in Florida and the state is committed to continued efforts. Since Tobacco Free Florida launched in 2007, there are 70,000 fewer youth who smoke cigarettes. Florida's high school smoking rate, currently at 10.1 percent, is below the national average. World No Tobacco Day is the World Health Organizations annual effort to inform the inter national community about the dangers of tobacco, the business practices of tobacco companies, how people around the world can claim their right to health and protect future generations. In recent years, WHO has leveraged WNTD to highlight its Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), the global tobacco control treaty that outlines provisions regarding reduced demand and supply of tobacco products. About Tobacco Free Florida Tobacco Free Florida is a statewide cessation and prevention campaign funded by Floridas tobacco settlement fund. Tobacco Free Florida is managed Bureau of Tobacco Free Florida. Smokers and smokeless tobacco users interested in quitting are encouraged to call the Florida Quitline at 1-877-U-CAN-NOW to speak with a Quit Coach. To learn about Tobacco Free Florida and the states free com or follow the campaign on Facebook at www. facebook.com/TobaccoFreeFlorida. It may smell and taste like candy and come in bright packages, but the Liberty County Commissioners want the hands of the countys youth. Watermelon, Blueberry, Grape, Apple, Peach, and Vanilla are just some of the the area convenience stores. Emily Whittaker, a senior at Liberty County High School, stood before the Liberty County Commis resolution urging all local retailers to cease the sale resolution was passed. It is amazing knowing that I According to the 2012 Florida Youth Tobacco Survey, 19.5% of Liberty County youth ages 11-17 is only 13.9%. With 90% of adult smokers beginning tobacco products such as cherry, peach and water melon are marketed and produced as a way to entice youth and young adults into becoming Big Tobaccos next customers. LCHS senior Emily Whittaker petitions Commission to end sale of tobacco in Liberty Co.

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Page 18 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 Robert F. Munroe DAY SCHOOL Thursday, May 30, 2013 7:00 EST College Prep K-12 Comprehensive School 91 Old Mt. Pleasant Rd., Quincy, FL. 32352 PHONE (850) 856-2004 ~ www.rfmunroe.org Think you t afford a private education? YOU CANT AFFORD NOT TO! scholarships available. Stanford 10 Achievement Test ing, EXPLORE, PLAN, PSAT, ReadiStep ACT Test site on campus. and SACS accredited. 2013 grad earn Bright Futures Scholar ships. graduation of 2012 graduates enrolled in college. and off-campus. state tournament. Tennis, golf college scholarships in the last 2 years. dents enrolled. mosphere and support, Parents for Munroe Or ganization. curriculum including Glee/Music, Ed, French & Spanish, Humanities, Creative Writ ing, Journalism. Key Club and more. ratio. by Lynetta Usher Griner President, Florida Forestry Association Recently it has become fashion able to disparage the use of paper in favor of electronic devices and transmittals. Like a lot of fashions, this makes no sense. The premise of anti-paper cam paigns is that paper is bad for the envi ronment and unnecessarily consumes vital natural resources. In reality, using paper and other forest prod ucts provides environmental ben Paper comes from trees, which are a renewable resource. When trees are cut down to make paper, more are planted and grown to take their place. Through this cycle, working forests provide habitat for wildlife; recharge areas for clean water; and a natural process for removing carbon from the air. The electronic alternatives being pushed to replace paper are not as environmentally friendly as their supporters would have you believe. Science of the Total Environment, an international research journal, estimates that discarded devices create approximately 50 million tons of electronic waste each year. These products contain a variety of non-renewable materials that are not only harmful to the environment but also to the people living in the areas where they are dumped. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that only eight percent of mobile devices are recycled. The rate for recycling computers is 38 percent. The rate for recycling paper? More than 63 percent. needs. Among others things, it is used to make dollar bills. This is es pecially appropriate considering the forest industrys $14.7 billion impact to our states economy. In addition working forests also provide jobs to 90,000 Floridians. The connection between the nomic impact cannot be emphasized enough. Sustainable forests are not free; proper land management costs money. Our government cannot af ford to own or maintain all the forest land that is needed for environmental purposes or public use. Without the forest industry, pri vate landowners cannot afford to, either. The market for forest prod ucts is a key element in the ability to maintain forestlands. Without a demand for wood from mills and other forest product users, working forests would have to be converted to hoods. As Florida becomes more and more urbanized, the pressure to grow houses instead of trees continues to intensify. Like all of us, forests must work if they are going to survive. By buy ing and using paper and other forest products, consumers help maintain the health and sustainability of work ing forests. In turn, working forests help maintain a healthy environment and strengthen the economy. Anti-paper campaigns might be trendy right now, but the truth is that working forests were green long before green was in fashion. COMMENTARY Forests were green long before green was in fashion Tigers send Bulldogs home scoreless in Spring scrimmage Blountstown overcomes LCHS 22-0

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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 19 Telephone (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 ...Because the greatest gift you can give your loved one is peace of mind. Call Todd today for a free pre-planning consultation. We accept pre-arranged contracts from any funeral home, lock in todays prices forever. Affordable payment plans for both cremations and burials. Transferable if you move. www.bevisfh.com TELEPHONE (850) 643-3636 & Crematory evis Funeral Home Bristol B Todd Wahlquist and Rocky Bevis Licensed Funeral Directors Two locations to serve you Blountstown and Bristol 674-5449 or 643-5410 Visit us online: www.adamsfh.com In Loving Memory of Darryl F. Carpenter July 19, 1959 May 25, 2000 Our lives are so very empty since you will never go away because you were loved so much. We pray daily for comfort and guidance, but our only consolation is that we will all be together again one day. What a reunion that will be! With all our love, OBITUARIES ALTHA Barbara Ann Williford Hand, 74, of Altha, passed away Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at her home in Altha. She was born on May 6, 1939 in the Alliance Community and had lived in Altha for most of her life. She worked for LeHigh Furniture Company in Marianna for a number of years and was a caregiver for several years. She was a member of the Altha Church of God. Survivors include one son, Greg Williford of Altha; four daughters, Terri Mathis and Gwen Ellis, both of Panama City, Darlene Folsom and her husband, Larry of Marianna and Wanda Jackson of California; one brother, Michael Ray and his wife, Dianne of Summerville, SC; two sisters, Alene Whitehead and Edwina Johnston and her husband, Wes, all of Altha; nine grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services were held on Saturday, May 18 at the Altha Interment followed in Chipola Cemetery. Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. HOSFORD Mary Sewell, 80, of Hosford, went to be with the Lord Sunday, May 19, 2013. She was born July 26, 1932 in Quincy, to the late J.D. and Pauline Chaso) Elliott. She was a homemaker and was a mem ber of Mt. Zion United Pentecostal Holiness Church in Hosford. Survivors include her husband, R.D. Sewell of Hos ford; three sons, Robert Dowdy and his wife, Connie and Michael David Sewell, all of Hosford, Gregory Lee Sewell of Louisiana; three daughters, Hazel Marie Sewell and Meagan Sewell, both of Hosford, Linda one brother, James David Elliott and his wife, Fran ces of Telogia; two sisters, Florence Marshall and her husband, T.W. of Sopchoppy and Geneva Powell and her husband, Dick of Belleview; 10 grandchildren, Robby Dowdy, Ashley Dowdy, Jonathan Erby, Hunter Carpenter, Hailey Sewell, Gavin Sewell, Eric Sewell, Beau Landrum, Blake Landrum and Brooklynn Hunt; many nieces and nephews. Services will be held on Wednesday, May 22 at 11 a.m. (ET) at Mt. Zion United Pentecostal Holiness terment will follow in Sanders Cemetery in Hosford. Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrange ments. Online condolences may be made at adamsfh. com. BLOUNTSTOWN William Armond Bill Ayers, Sr., 85, of Blountstown passed away Friday, May 17, 2013 in Blountstown. He was born on February 6, 1928 in Jackson County and had lived in Calhoun County for most of his life. He was a retired commercial and residential contractor and carpenter. During his many years, he constructed hundreds of homes and apartment buildings. He also worked on the Capital Building in Tallahassee, W.T. Neal Civic Center in Blountstown and the Jai Alai building in Chattahoochee. He gave numerous young men in our community their build good character. He had a love for farming the land and watching it grow. He was a 1947 graduate of Blountstown High School, a Veteran of WWII serving in the United States Navy and a member of the First Baptist Church in Blountstown. He was preceded in death by his wife, Kay Ayers; one son, Billy Ayers; one brother, Herbert Spencer Ayers; one sister, Katherine Smith. Survivors include, one son, Spencer Ayers and his wife, Pam of Blountstown; one Daughter, Cynthia Aultman and her husband, Jimmy of Blountstown; One brother, James M. Ayers and his wife, Dot of Blount stown; three sisters, Jessie Mae Price and Abbye Faurot and her husband, Billy, all of Blountstown, Carolyn Dykes of Morgan City, LA; four grandchildren, Cindy Golden and her husband, Grant, Derek Aultman and his wife, Danielle, Crystal McClellan and her husband, Todd and Stephen Ayers; nine great-grandchildren, Britt, Lane, Kaylin, Kelsey, Alex, Kaydan, Alicia, Will and Gabe; two great-great-grandchildren, Mason and Konnor. Services were held Sunday, May 19 at Peavy Fu neral Home Chapel with Chaplin Ronnie Wright and Nettle Ridge Cemetery. Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. LIVE OAK William Goree Odom of Live Oak, passed away Tuesday, May 14, 2013 in Live Oak. He was born September 27, 1944 in Quincy to the late Homer Goree and Lavonia Ruby Larkins Odom. He was a graduate of Liberty County High School and served in the United States Air Force from 1962 to 1964. He was a dedicated maintenance supervisor for Gold Kist and his favorite pastime was hunting and Survivors include one son, Billy Odom and his wife, Michelle of West Virginia; one daughter, Kim Tanner and her husband, Warren of Blountstown; three brothers, Lamar Odom and his wife, Linda of Lake City, Jessie Odom of Telogia and Goree Odom of Blountstown; two sisters, Myrlene Carson and her husband, Lewis and and Jared Odom and Brett, Colby and Hope Tanner; several nieces, nephews and other extended family. Graveside services were held on Thursday, May 16 at Lake Mystic Cemetery with Reverend David Interment followed. Adams Funeral Home was in charge of the arrange ments. Online condolences may be made at adamsfh. com. My mother, Jeanne B. Olin of Liberty County, was an earth bound angel before she left us the morning of April 19th after complications with pneumonia. It was a cold and rainy morning, around her was like an umbrella of light, love and renewal. My sister and I credit this to one wonderful angel that came to us the night before: Anna Hogan. Anna is a veteran nurse and hospice attendant at Big Bend Hospice in Tallahassee. Mom was in great pain, strug gling desperately for breath, unable to communicate, eat or drink. Our worst nightmare was taking place in front of our eyes and we felt helpless and unable to bring her any relief or comfort, until Anna Hogan arrived. She walked into Moms curtainedoff room, smiling gently through the rain still glistening on her face. Calmly and succinctly, she reviewed Moms situation, symptoms making it a point to learn the essence our relation ship together. Janet, my sister, told her of Moms secret desire not to die in front her children. After hearing all she needed, Anna stood and softly explained what was happening, what we should expect and what needed to be done for Moms comfort and our own. Your mother has been a proud woman all her lifein her appearance, the way she lived and how she raised you. It is bothering her to be untidy to be losing control and she doesnt want the image of her death to be the last image you have of her. Lets give her the dignity she deserves, as the liv ing, loving and beautiful human being she iswhile she is still here with us. With that, Anna directed me out of the room, while she and Janet freshened Mom up every way they could. Instantly you could see the difference it made to Momand us. Moms breathing calmed down, her fever lowered; the pain seemed to have eased. Peace was returning to the room. Then Anna ex plained that Moms vitals were waning and how all systems were shutting down, one-by-one. Rever ently she said, Jeanne is now dying. She may hold on for two more hours or two more days. It is hard to tell. But I am fairly certain your Mom will not pass in your presence. So for her sake and your own, case. We all prayed together, cried together and said our goodbyes together, before hugging and driving off separately into the dawn, while Janet and I were driving back, Mom peace fully passed awaythe way she of her friends at CenterPoint. Anna was right. She knew Moms heartand ours. Like an enlightened spiritual guide, she led us through this foreign much like an experienced caddie at a golf course youve never played before and only get one chance to get it right. We werent afraid of the situ make any mistakes that could be avoided for Moms sake her comforther last chapter. So today, from our family, to Anna Hogan and her family in Quincy: thank you Anna for be ing our Angeland our Moms. Rob and Janet Olin Tallahassee SPEAK UP! WITH A LETTER TO THE EDITOR Write: The Calhoun-Liberty Journal P.O. Box 536, Bristol 32321 Anna, Angels and Mothers Day: Hospice attendant makes a difference for a dying woman and the family facing her death Become a Volunteer Help an abused, neglected or otherwise at-risk child by becoming a Volunteer Guardian ad Litem. Discover how you can make a difference in a childs life. Florida Guardian ad Litem Foundation

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Page 20 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 Keaton Ellis walks down the aisle to take his place on stage. LEFT: Grayson Faircloth beams as he accepts his diploma and gets a congratla tory handshake. RIGHT: First row, from left: Gavin Wright, Chaff Langston, Lyric McNeil, Abbie Burke and Konner Earnest. Middle row: Blaire Hayes, Kaitlyn Lambert, Fletcher Bryant and Siannah Lollie. Top row: Jake Kent (ad justing his hat), Kaymen Baker, Lex Herndon and Deanna Weston. PUBLIC AND LEGAL NOTICES INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received by the Calhoun County School Board until 4:00 P.M., CDT, Tuesday, June 11, 2013, for the purchase of the following: Gasoline and Diesel for use in the operation of public vehi cles, school buses and school plants. LP Gas for use in lunchrooms and schools of Calhoun Coun ty. Any additional information or bid forms required may be School Superintendent, 20859 Central Ave. E., Rm. G-20, Blountstown, Florida. Bid forms must be used by each bidder submitting a bid. Oth erwise bids will not be consid ered. Any bid submitted after the be opened or considered. The Board accepts no responsibility for mailed proposals that arrive after the above stated time, even though the envelope may above date. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. The decision of the Board will drawn by any bidder for a peri od of thirty (30) days after bids are opened. Kenneth Speights, Chairman Calhoun County School Board ATTEST: Ralph Yoder, Superintendent Calhoun County Schools 5-15, 5-22, 5-29, 6-5 ________________________________ INVITATION TO BID The Calhoun County School Board will receive sealed bids until 3:00 PM, CT, Monday, June 10, 2013, for the pur chase of the following: Milk Products (Low Fat 1% and Flavored-Chocolate and Straw berry) for use in the school caf eterias for the bid period of July 1, 2013 June 30, 2014. Bread Products (Whole Grain Rich hamburger buns, wiener buns, sub buns and sandwich loafs) for use in the school caf eterias for the bid period of July 1, 2013 June 30, 2014. Any additional information or bid forms required may be ob perintendent, 20859 Central Avenue East, RM-G20, Blount stown, Florida 32424. Each bidder submitting a bid must use bid forms, otherwise bids will not be considered. Any bid submitted after the be opened or considered. The Board accepts no responsibility for mailed proposals that arrive after the above stated time even though the envelope may above stated date. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. The decision of the Board will drawn by any bidder for a peri od of thirty (30) days after bids are opened. Kenneth Speights, Chairman Calhoun County School Board ATTEST: Ralph Yoder, Superintendent Calhoun County Schools 5-15, 5-22, 5-29 & 6-5 ________________________________ SEALED BIDS Surplus Property Thursday, May 30, 2013 Opening @ 9:00 AM, EST. INSPECTION : Monday, May 20, Thursday, May 23, Tues day, May 28 and Wednesday, May 29 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Included in the sealed bid will be the following types of items: Sofas Kilns Medical Equipment Tables File Cabinets Electronic Equipment Shelving Bookcases Computer Tables Chairs Wardrobes Desks Stainless Steel Items AND MANY OTHER ITEMS LOCATION : Florida State Hospital, Property Manage ment, Building #1152, Chatta hoochee, FL TERMS : Payment in full re quired by June 4th, 2013. Cash, Check, Money Order, or Cashiers Check made payable to Florida State Hospital. REMOVAL : As soon as paid for or by June 6th, 2013. Any lots not removed by the close of business on June 6th, 2013 will revert back to FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL. There will be no refunds. Help will be available to assist with loading. Any questions call (850)6637317 or 7318. FSH/APD/ARAMARK EM PLOYEES WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE Florida State Hospital is a tobacco free facility. 5-15, 5-22 ________________________________ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO.: 2013-015-PR IN RE: ESTATE OF MANUEL RAY GATLIN, Deceased, ___________________/ NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA TION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS HAV ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ES TATE AND ALL PERSONS IN TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the administration of the Estate of ber 2013-015-PR is pending in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate Divi sion, 20859 Central Avenue, Blountstown, Florida 32424, the address of which is the Cal houn County Courthouse. The Personal Representatives at torney is set forth below. All persons having claims or demands against the Estate are required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA TION OF THIS NOTICE, to Court a written statement of any claim or demand they may have. Each claim must be in writing and must indicate the basis for the claim, the name and address of the creditor or his agent or attorney and the amount of the claim, if secured, the security shall be described. The claimant shall deliver suf the Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail a copy to the Personal Representative. All persons in terested in the Estate to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad ministration has been mailed are required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION objection they may have, or the Representative, or the venue or jurisdiction of the Court. Dated this 20th day of May, 2013. Barbara Jean Throne Florida Bar No. 776505 Chipola Law P.A. 17451 Main Street North Blountstown, FL 32424 (850) 674-3333 Fax (850) 674-3335 ChipolaLAW@aol.com Counsel for Personal Repre sentative Christell Jackson Personal Representative P.O. Box 48 Blountstown, FL 32424 5-22 Hosford Kindergarten Graduation With a head full of orange curls pouring out from under her cap, Nata lie Mansell collects her diploma from Liberty County School Superinten dent Gloria Uzzell at Fridays kindergarten graduation program at Hosford School. The kids were all smiles as they marked this milestone at the beginning of their education. SHARON AUSTIN PHOTOS Imma Orama smiles as she takes part in Fridays ceremony.

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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 21 The Journal JOB MARKET Help Needed Waldorff Ace Hardware in Altha is looking for part time help in the LUMBER YARD Duties include, but are not limited to: Assisting customer, unloading delivery trucks, loading materials for delivery and stocking lumber bins. Applications may be picked up 2615 N. Main Street in Altha. Liberty County School Board JOB OPENING The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the CUSTODIAN QUALIFICATIONS: months experience with private company. the Superintendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: To provide the care, maintenance, sanitation, cleanliness sess effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to assume assigned responsibilities and work harmoniously with others. Ability to organize and prioritize. Clean and sani cets, drain pipes, mirrors, commodes, sinks, urinals, window window ledges, furniture and equipment in all assigned areas daily. Sweep or vacuum and mop hard surfaces of assigned rooms and corridors daily. Vacuum and spot clean assigned carpeted rooms and hallways daily. Empty and clean trash for spills and mishaps throughout the facility. COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $22,462.00 $25,262.00 Applications will be received from May 15, 2013 May 29, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. Liberty County School Board JOB OPENING The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the HEAD CUSTODIAN/ GROUNDSKEEPER/ FOREMAN QUALIFICATIONS: Superintendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: custodial staff necessary for cleaning and maintaining a neat and visually appealing campus and grounds. Responsible for supervising custodial staff, maintaining grounds, ensuring that cient in the use of custodial equipment and cleaning chemi skills. Ability to assign responsibilities and work harmoniously with others. Ability to organize and prioritize. COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $30,391.00 $37,791.00 Applications will be received from May 15, 2013 May 29, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. Liberty County School Board JOB OPENING The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE MANAGER QUALIFICATIONS: intendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Manage the entire school meal service operation to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Super vise and evaluate school food service personnel jointly with equipment. Extensive knowledge of planning, preparation and ty and sanitary practices in the food service operation. Ability to train and supervise food service personnel. Ability to main tain effective working relationships. Considerable knowledge of nutrition and food value. Ability to work at a fast pace. Basic English, accounting and mathematical skills. Ability to requisi tion food and supplies and maintain an inventory. COMPENSATION: Applications will be received from May 16, 2013 May 30, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. Liberty County School Board JOB OPENING The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE WORKER-FULL TIME QUALIFICATIONS: months experience with private company is preferred. the Superintendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: cluding cash register. Ability to work harmoniously with school staff, students and fellow workers and provide friendly food service to participants. Ability to understand and follow writ ten and verbal instructions and demonstrate skill in cleanup and serving food. Ability to work at a fast pace and to stand clean areas and items assigned by the Manager. Assist with receiving and storing food and other supplies. Serve in any capacity which may be necessary. Take proper care of equip ment and facilities. Demonstrate proper health and sanitation practices. Serve on cafeteria line as assigned using proper portion control. COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $16,655.00 $17,675.00 Applications will be received from May 15, 2013 May 29, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. Liberty County School Board JOB OPENING The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE WORKER-PART TIME QUALIFICATIONS: months experience with private company. is preferred. the Superintendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: ment including cash register. Ability to work harmoniously with school staff, students and fellow workers and provide friendly food service to participants. Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions and demonstrate skill in clean up and serving food. Ability to work at a fast pace and to stand clean areas and items assigned by the Manager. Assist with receiving and storing food and other supplies. Serve in any capacity which may be necessary. Take proper care of equip ment and facilities. Demonstrate proper health and sanitation practices. Serve on cafeteria line as assigned using proper portion control. COMPENSATION: Applications will be received from May 15, 2013 May 29, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. HIGDON FURNITURE COMPANY is now accepting applications for the following position: DIESEL MECHANIC Cummins experience and Class A CDL a plus. Forklift maintenance required. Fax resumes to hfchr@higdonfurniture.com. 5-22, 5-29

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Page 22 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 SERVICE DIRECTORY Whaley Heating & Air Conditioning (850) 674-4777 FL LIC. # CMC1249570 Accepting: 4433 NW C.R. 274 Altha, Fl 32421 (850) 762-9402 Cell (850) 832-5055 Dozer and Excavation work Over 20 years experience Clay ONeals Land Clearing, Inc. William's Home Improvements No Job Too Big or Small" Concrete work, landscape, pressure & screen enclosure Call 674-8092 Licensed & Insured, contractor & roofer FOR FREE ESTIMATES at 674-8081 or 643-8561 (Cell) STUMP GRINDING Reasonable Rates & FREE Estimates! That Darn Pump There is never a convenient time to be without water. WELLS For friendly service and never any overtime charges call, Clint Hatcher, Owner Electrical Lic. # ER13014037 New Homes H Garages H Additions H Electrical Remodeling Foundations Screenrooms Sunrooms VINYL SIDING RESIDENTAL & COMMERCIAL FREE Estimates Serving Calhoun, Liberty & Jackson Counties JEMISON Heating & Cooling, Lic# RM1416924 Carrier Equipment Masters Farm Supply LS Tractor Equipment Committed To Quality Since 1973 (850) 762-3222 fax masters7@fairpoint.net Hwy 71 South on J.P. Peacock Rd, Altha. Day or night, Check out our prices before Margies Florist DAVID SMITH OFFICE (850 674-2125 (850) 643-7544 Clarksville Florida Lic No: RM0066477 To place your ad call us at 643-3333 CLJ NEWS .COM Mossy Pond Carnival Statewide hurricane exercise under way TALLAHASSEE Floridas State Emergency Response Team (SERT) hosts the 2013 Statewide Hurricane Exercise Monday, May 20 through Thursday, May 23 at the State Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee. The annual exercise serves to practice Floridas emergency plans and procedures for a potential hur ricane making landfall in the state, in preparation for the upcoming Atlantic Hurricane Season. Along with federal, local and private-sector partners, FDEM will simulate emergency response efforts to manage an evolving hurricane scenario. Last year, Floridians were re a tropical system can have on a community, said Bryan W. Koon, director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Hur ricanes and tropical storms are a reality of life in Florida, and I en courage all residents and visitors to take the opportunity to review their emergency plans and disaster supply kits in preparation for the upcoming Atlantic Hurricane Season. The 2013 Statewide Hurricane Exercise scenario centers on the storms, Hurricane Kirk and Hurri cane Lay. Hurricane Lay is named in honor of the late Brevard County Emergency Management Director Bob Lay, a nationally respected emergency manager. The 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins Saturday, June 1. Make sure your family and business are prepared to follow the hurricane threatens your community by knowing the nearest shelter, mak ing an evacuation plan and having a disaster supply kit. For more information, visit www. FloridaDisaster.org. Floridas seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 7.2 percent in April 2013, the lowest since September 2008, when it was 7.0 percent. The April rate was down 0.3 percentage point from the March rate of 7.5 percent and was 1.7 percentage points lower than the year ago rate of 8.9 percent. There were 680,000 jobless Florid ians out of a labor force of 9,411,000. The U.S. April unemployment rate was 7.5 percent. Floridas seasonally adjusted total nonagricul tural employment was7,515,400 in April 2013, an increase of 17,000 jobs. The unemployment rate for the Chipola Work force Region(Calhoun,Holmes,Jackson,Liberty, Washington)was 5.8 percent in April 2013. This was 1.6 percentage points below the regions year ago rate. Out of a labor force of 49,086, there were 2,853 unemployed region residents. ---UNEMPLOYMENT RATES ---Apr-13 Mar-13 Apr-12 Liberty.................5.6 5.8 6.8 Calhoun...............6.1 6.4 7.8 Holmes.................5.2 5.6 6.7 Jackson.................5.3 5.7 6.9 Washington...........7.4 7.8 9.0 Chipola Region.....5.8 6.2 7.4 Unemployment for April 2013 lowest since Sept. 2008

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MAY 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 23 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS To place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon Eastern Time on Monday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. ITEMS FOR SALE new, $400. Above ground swimming pool, $1,500 or trade for small vehicle. Gun cabinet, $75. Electric wheel chair lift for a vehicle, includes a class 3 hitch, $300. Call 209-6306. 5-22, 5-29 8x16 dual axel trailer, with stake $1,000. 6x12x3 dump trailer, dual ram, $3,000. 80 gallon 5 hp 175 PSI MAX Cobalt compressor, hot tub, wood shell, 6 square with cover, $800. Call 850-663-6256. 5-22, 5-29 Jubilee electric music organ for donation. Needs to be picked up. Call 850-663-6256. 5-22, 5-29 Two Classical guitars, one with case, $45. One without, $40. 100 VCR movies, two storage cases. $40. Call 674-6242. 5-15, 5-22 Intex 18x48 Easy Set swim With upgraded Intex 643-5607, leave message. 5-15, 5-22 FURNITURE Four High-back oak bar stools, $100 for set. Call 643-2440. 5-22, 5-29 with overhead pullup ring. $100. Call 850-777-1104. 5-15, 5-22 red leaf pattern, in great shape. $300. Black leather couch. $200. Call 674-5583. 5-15, 5-22 Lots of good used furniture for sale at the Calhoun-Liberty Minis try Center thrift store. Come check us out. Located on Hwy. 20 East of Blountstown. Call 674-1818 UFN APPLIANCES New Wave oven, $30. Call 6746242. 5-15, 5-22 The Cal houn-Liberty Ministry Center needs old washers, dryers, deep freezers, refrigerators, stoves and other metal appliances. You may drop them off at the cen ter anytime. Call 674-1818 UFN ELECTRONICS processor, monitor, scanner, printer, 2 keyboards, 2 mouses, speakers, cables. $135. Call 674-6242. 5-15, 5-22 AUTO ACCESSORIES all-season tires, still in wraps, P225/60R16, Paid $230 for the two, asking $140 OBO for both. Call 643-2679. 5-15, 5-22 CARS 1995 Cadillac Seville, needs re pairs. $500. Call 674-5583. 5-15, 5-22 4WD, 3.3 V6 engine, loaded with tow package. $4,900. Call 379-8308. 5-15, 5-22 TRUCKS 2001 Ford F-150, four door. Runs and looks good. $4,000 OBO. Call 272-1181. 5-22, 5-29 1990 Chevrolet Cheyenne, long wheel base, new paint, inside to tally refurbished, stereo, in great condition. $4,500 OBO. Call 2721735. 5-22, 5-29 2002 GMC Yukon, A/C, cruise, power leather seats with heat, runs good, 276,000 miles. Locally serviced on regular basis. $3,250. Call 850-899-0491. 5-22, 5-29 1966 Ford custom cab short wheel base, original 352 V8, 3 speed on column, runs and drives, Some rust. $3,500. Call or text 447-1022. 5-15, 5-22 1995 F-150 Ford, 8 cylinder, new tires. $3,500. Call 447-1290. 5-15, 5-22 PETS/SUPPLIES Male donkey, free to a good home. Must pick him up. Call 6437667. 5-22, 5-29 six weeks old, free to a good home. Call 6747854 or 643-1519. 5-22, 5-29 approxi good home. Call 674-7854 or 6431519. 5-22, 5-29 English game chicks, 2 1/2 weeks old, straight run, $5 each. 2 month old English game hens and roosters, $20 each. Call 3722996. 5-22, 5-29 Kitten, two months old, blue eyes and orange ears, male, litterbox trained. Free to a good home. Call 372-2738. 5-22, 5-29 Assorted chicks, $2 each. East ern wild baby turkeys, $10 each. Call 643-8492. 5-22, 5-29 5 dogs, free to a good home. Call 643-3411. 5-22, 5-29 tan, white, and tan/white mix. 5 boys and 3 girls. Sweet and friendly, needs good home. Call 762-2955. 5-22, 5-29 Rabbits, 3 lionheads; 5 New Zealands, 6 months old; 10 baby New Zealands, 3 weeks old, with mother, $75. Call 379-9410 or 570-2894. 5-22, 5-29 2 males and 1 female. Free to a good home. Call 379-9501. 5-15, 5-22 HUNTING & FISHING Muzzle loader with case and 50 caliber bullets, rattling horns, deer callers, scent killer body wash, shampoo, de wipes, dryer sheets, bullet starter, gun cleaning kit and pad, pellet ized powder, gloves, hunting um brella. All in carrying pouch. $200. Call 693-3427. 5-22, 5-29 with trolling mo in good condition. $4,500. Call 643-5240 or 477-0748. 5-22, 5-29 Leisure Craft 14 boat, no motor, 2 seats, light weight. $600. Call 850-663-6256. 5-22, 5-29 7mm mag., 2 boxes of shells, or text 850-573-5656. 5-22, 5-29 Matthews Heli M bow, fully load ed with Down Force rest, 3 arrow quivers, trophy ridge sight. RH 70# limbs, also Wind Jammer sta bilizers. $600, no trades. Call or text 850-573-5656. 5-22, 5-29 with trailer, 50 hp engine, with built in battery charger, auto primer, live leaks. Trailer has been rebuilt. $1,500 OBO. Call 379-3068. 5-22, 5-29 1976 Waikiki jet boat, Oldsmo bile 350 V8 engine, Berkley pump, Hardin exhaust, 19 ft long, custom paint, older restoration, still needs a little work. $3,500. Call or text 447-1022. 5-15, 5-22 T-hull with a 50 hp Mercury motor, trolling motor, trailer in good condition, $2,000 OBO. Call 643-8263 after 6 p.m. weekdays. UFN HOMES & LAND 24x32 Building in Marianna, windows and electric, endless possibilities, must be moved. Price reduced to $12,000. Call 850-526-0114. 5-22, 5-29 TOOLS & HEAVY EQUIPMENT 1939 Ford 9N four cylinder farm tractor, engine totally rebuilt and converted to a 12 volt system. Body panels repaired/replaced with all new paint job, Four new tires, has drawbar with 3-point hitch. 5 Woods Brothers bush hog included. $2,900 for all. Can be seen by appointment only, call 643-3509 or 447-4811, leave message if no answer. 5-22, 5-29 YARD SALE Bristol Moving sale Friday and Satur day 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., call 863-9788769 for directions. Blountstown Moving sale Saturday, May 25, 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. rain or shine. Located at 20157 SW Dogwood Ave.(Behind Burger King off of Cypress St.) Curio cabinets, patio furniture, coffee table with 2 end tables, lamps, glassware, card tables, crystal vases and bottles, kitchen items, ironing boards and irons, VHS and DVD movies, Mc Coy pottery and other collectibles. Lots of misc. items. Call 674-6520. Clarksville Giant yard sale, Friday, May 31 until everything is gone. Located on State Road 73 South Clarks ville, watch for signs. Books, nurse uniforms, household goods, clothes, Christmas decorations, picture frames, candle making supplies, cross stitch kits, bird houses, rocking horses, house lamps, craft books, CDs, and much more. Call 447-0797. REAL ESTATE WANTED: Will buy 10 to 1,000 acres, reasonably priced. Immediate closing. Phone (850) 544-5441 or (850) 570-0222 For Rent in ALTHA 762-9555, 447-0871 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 RENTALS Call 762-9555, 447-0871 or 762-8597 7 days a week service UFN BD, 1 1/2 BA Townhouses BRISTOL Mobile home 643-7740 FOR RENT BLOUNTSTOWN TRI-LAND INC, BRKR (813) 253-3258 OWNER FINANCING NO QUALIFYING Mobile Home for Rent in Bristol $ 400 month + $ Call (850) 363-2849 HOUSES NO PETS R B Call 643-6646 Lawn Service Quality work & Reasonable R ates Call 447-2307 DEPENDABLE 5-15, 5-22 STARSCOPE Week of May 19 ~ May 25, 2013 Aries, life might get stressful really soon unless you curb your spending. Although you may feel like youre made of money right now, eventually the well will dry up. Making changes is seldom easy, but change is neces sary this week, Taurus. You may need to analyze which areas of your life can use the most work. GEMINI May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, kick back and have some fun in the next few days. Otherwise, you may waste an opportunity to re charge your batteries. Work responsibilities will not wait for long. CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, expect some rejuvenated ambition and energy. Spurred on by this newfound energy, you can success fully tackle many of the things on your to-do list. LEO Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, unless you can focus you will just be puttering around without a goal. Put your mind on one thing and stick with this line of thinking for a few days. Virgo, once you set your mind to something, it can be dif Libra, if you want someone to take you seriously you this week or you may come across as a pushover. SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, just when you think you have reached a dead end, a new path miraculously opens up. Dont miss your SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21 If practice makes perfect, then you have just about reached perfection, Sagittarius. You have been over and over something from every angle. It is now or never. CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, there are many things you will not be able to change about this week, so why focus on the negativity? Instead, work around any issues and get the job done anyway. You often seem immune to the seriousness of certain situations, Aquarius. This week is no different. Try to recognize the gravity of a certain situation and put your best foot forward. PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20 Dont think that your efforts have gone unnoticed, Pisces. A few key people have been keeping track of your accomplishments. by Mike Barnhouse

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W ednesday MAY 22, 2013Vol. 33 No. 21 THE CALH OUNLIBERTY } J OURNAL THE 50 includes taxSt. Joe signs letter of intent with Bio Energy company to encourage economic development in NW FloridaThe St. Joe Company (NYSE: JOE) has announced that it has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Green Circle Bio Energy, Inc., a producer of biomass based renewable energy. The LOI encourages economic develop ment opportunities for Floridas Northwest region, including the potential to make the Port of Port St. Joe operational. The LOI anticipates several potential new business develop ment opportunities to create jobs in the region. Green Circle is interested in leasing a site from St. Joe along the AN Railway to develop a wood pellet production facility. Green Circle operates the worlds second largest wood pellet plant in Cottondale. This plant directly employs 81 indi viduals with an additional several hundred indirect jobs created and infuses more than $70 million in the local community. Green Circle and St. Joe also express their intent to enter into a wood negotiated between the parties. The wood pellets produced at the new production facility can be transported via truck or AN Railway to the Port of Port St. Joe for further shipment to over seas markets. Additionally, bulk cargo port facilities are being considered for development at the Port site to accommodate Green Circles shipping needs.See PELLET PLANT on page 6The Green Circle Cottondale plant is shown here. Folks of all ages and ability levels took Crawl in Blountstown. One hundred and arship Fund, which sends a high school accident of 17-year-old Ryan Flowers, who would have been a future scholarship recipient. His death has inspired others in about Saturdays run. CATFISH CRAWL Calhoun company protests Liberty Commissions local bidders preferenceby Teresa Eubanks, Journal EditorA company that had the lowest bid on a road project but lost the job is challenging the Liberty County Commissions Local Bidders Preference policy. North Florida Construction (NFC) of Clarksville bid $2,993,765.81 on Liberty Countys CR 2224 Phase II project on May 9. C.W. Roberts Contracting turned in a bid of $3,066,575.70 a difference of $72,809.89. Commissioners voted to award the job to Roberts Contracting under the Local Bidders Preference, which allows the board to favor local businesses with bids non-local bidder. The Liberty County ordinance, which was adopted Aug. 5, 2008, states in part, A resident shall mean an individual or corporation whose primary residence or place of business is within Liberty County, FL, a partnership whose principals are all residents of Liberty County, FL, or another business entity whose primary and principal place of business is within Liberty County, FL, at which maintains a full time business open to the public within Liberty County, FL. Clerk of Court, NFC President Clifford A. Newsome argues that the main business office for Roberts Contracting is located at 3372 Capital Circle NE in Tallahassee and has been since 2007, citing records from the state Division of Corporations. He said that Local Bidders Preference would not apply in this case since the principal place of business for both companies is outside of Liberty County. Newsome also asks that the newly-adopted Bid Protest Policy that was approved at the May 14 awarded, be reviewed. He wants them to reconsider explaining, In light of the fact this project is funded entirely by Florida taxpayers, this statement is contrary to Florida Statutes and The Florida Administrative Code. Sheriff's Log............2 Arrest Reports............2 Community Calendar and Events......................5 Two weddings ....7 News from the Pews.........7 Football..............18 Mossy Pond Carnival...22 Obituaries; Anna, Angels and Mothers Day.....19 Find a bargain in the Classieds....................23 Bottled water and hot airPAGE 12 SHIELDS advice for Graduation Day speakersPAGE 10 Altha Girl Scouts give back to a supportive communityPAGE 7 Driver OK after close call with semi PAGE 3 Hosford Graduation PAGE 20 Altha School Class of 2013 PAGE 11Look inside for pullout featuring Blountstowns Class of 2013 JIM McCLELLANS OUTDOORS Down South Man caught after high speed chase facing multiple charges by Teresa Eubanks, Journal EditorA Marianna man is facing a long list of charges after a night that began with a report of domestic battery led to a high speed chase, a crash at the Express Lane in Bristol and an accident on the Trammell Bridge Saturday. A 911 call about a man beating up his girlfriend sent deputies to a home on NW CR 12 around 10 p.m. Deputies found the victim with numerous marks and bruises following an altercation with 37-year-old Donald Dover, who had come to the house to have dinner with her and her children. During the meal, Dover who was drinking heavily began quizzing the woman about her previous boyfriends and became verbally abusive. She said he prevented her from phoning for help. He followed her when she walked outside; then, when she went back in and locked him out, she said he kicked the door in. She said he pinned her to the She said she grabbed a knife to defend herself before picking up one of her children and running out of the house. Dover then began tearing up the home, destroying a t.v., breaking a wardrobe and throwing liquor bottles around the room, according to the arrest report.See HIGH SPEED CHASE on page 2

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Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 CALHOUN COUNTY May 13Jo Johnson, VOP, CCSO.May 14Jimmie Lewis, VOP, CCSO. Jacqueline Williams, VOP, CCSO. Alex Earl Phillips, aggravated bat tery with a deadly weapon, CCSO. Larry Wayne Webb, indecent ex posure public, CCSO. Jacob Gunter, indecent exposure public, CCSO. Patrick James Foley, indecent exposure public, CCSO. William Henry Rowell, solicitation of prostitution, exposure of sexual organs, CCSO.May 15Alex Earl Phillips, VOCR, criminal mischief, trespassing, CCSO.May 17 Kyle David Blankenship, VOP, tampering with witness, CCSO. Kristopher David Bailey, VOP, BPD. Jeanette Addison, retail theft, BPD. Shannon Kelly Barke, possession of prescription drug without a prescrip tion, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, CCSO. Michael Anthony Pitts, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of schedule II narcotic, CCSO.May 18 Ashley Deal, aggravated battery on a pregnant victim, CCSO.May 19 Melvin Dawon, felony battery, CCSO.LIBERTY COUNTYMay 13 Dasimon Brigham, criminal mis chief, LCSO. Daniel Brunson, domestic battery, criminal mischief (burglary, breaking and entering), LCSO.May 16Fred Clifton Massey, failure to ap pear, LCSO. James Cleo Holden, holding for Gulf County, LCSO.May 17 Ronnie Cardinale, driving while licenses suspended or revoked, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, LCSO.May 18 Luetta A. Doal, holding for Calhoun County, CCSO. Donald Dover, domestic battery, damage property criminal mischief over 1,000, reckless driving, aggra resisting arrest with violence, tamper ing with a witness (victim or informant), DUI, leaving the scene of an accident, LCSO.May 20 Kimberly Brandon, holding for Cal houn County, CCSO. Kristopher Bailey, VOSP, LCSO. Joshua Kennedy, holding for Gads den County, LCSO. SHERIFFS LOG arresting agency. The names above represent those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty.CITATIONS ISSUED: Accidents ........................................................................04 ............................................................................00 Special details Business alarms ..............................................................................08 Residential alarms ...............................................................................72 through NWFWMD recognized for support of Water Supply Project HAVANA The Northwest Florida Water Management District was recog nized for its efforts to ensure a clean and reliable supply of water for the residents of Northwest Florida at the Districts Governing Board meeting earlier this month. Representatives from WRP, Inc. presented the Board with a plaque to thank the District for its support of a recently completed water transmission pipeline, which extends from the General Bill across Choctawhatchee Bay to coastal Walton County. The District contributed $2.5 million to the construction of the pipeline, which will help ensure a long-term water supply for coastal Walton and Okaloosa counties while also sustaining the areas water resources and natural systems. achievement in the many years of proac tive planning and development to meet the water supply demands for coastal Walton and Okaloosa counties, said Guy Gowens, Director of the Division Resource Management. The District congratulates WRP, Inc. on the comple tion of this important project. and associated transmission and distribu tion facilities is one of the priority projects Supply Plan for Region II (Walton, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties). This long-awaited pipeline is the last piece of infrastructure needed to complete a major water supply regionalization project, said Richard Griswold, General Manager of Destin Water Users, Inc. This is one of only two water supply regionalization projects in the entire state of Florida, continued Pete DeBogory, General Manager of South Walton Util ity, Inc. We are proud to be a part of the Districts efforts to promote this kind of important project. The project, which was completed in April 2013, consists of a 30-inch potable water transmission pipeline from the to Choctawhatchee Bay, which connects to a 36-inch underwater pipeline across the Bay and concludes with an additional 30-inch pipeline that connects to an exist ing pipeline. tion formed by the South Walton Utility Company and Destin Water Users in transmission pipelines to bring potable water to the coastal utilities. Ensuring a sustainable supply of water is one of the Districts core mission re sponsibilities. The Districts water supply development program includes assisting with water supply development projects.~The Department encourages Floridians to help conserve the states freshwater sources~TALLAHASSEE The Florida Department of Envi ronmental Protection will observe May 19-25 as Water Reuse Week. Governor Rick Scott proclaimed week Florida Water Reuse Week to highlight the importance of water reuse to the sustainability of Floridas water supply and overall ecosystem. Water reuse is essential to ensuring safe, clean and sustainable water resources. reclaiming water, which has transformed into a critical element of water management. Florida began celebrat ing Water Reuse Week in 2007, after the U.S. Environ mental Protection Agency recognized the Departments Since then, Water Reuse Week has gained momentum and recognition with the help of partnerships from the Florida Department of Health, Florida Public Service Commission and other state agencies. While Florida currently reuses more water than any other state, there is still great potential for increased reclaimed water use to be a major part of meeting our future water needs while also protecting the environment," said DEP's Director of Water Policy Tom Beck. Reclaimed water maintains hundreds of Florida golf courses and thousands of private residences lowering the demands on valuable surface and ground waters used for drinking. In 2010, Florida conserved more than 121 billion gallons of fresh potable quality water and replenished more than 80 billion gallons of recycled water back into aquifers as a result of water reuse. Florida currently uses reclaimed water to irrigate 281,781 residences, 525 golf courses, 877 parks and 324 schools statewide. As part of the Departments efforts to bring greater consistency and predictability to its regulatory programs, management districts, the Florida Water Environment Association, utilities and other stakeholders to develop consistent approaches and incentives to increase the use of reclaimed water to meet the states future water supply needs. The Departments recently adopted CUPCon rule nate the harmful impacts of ground and surface water withdrawals, or to replace non-potable uses of high quality water in water limited areas. This results in increased use of reclaimed water, a decrease in disposal of reclaimed water into our rivers and estuaries, and less use of high quality water for non-potable purposes such as irrigation and industrial processes. City and county governments, water and wastewater utilities, water management districts, state agencies, to participate in the celebration. Floridians are urged to adopt the proclamation declaring their support for on the DEP Water Reuse Week webpage can provide a copy to Floridas Water Reuse Coordinator to have their name listed among other supporters on the DEP website. Floridians are also encouraged to participate in Water Reuse Week by implementing these tips on saving and reusing water at home, starting this week: taps and pipes for leaks and repair any leaks detected. use for it. water usage. lathering and washing your hair. of leaving the tap running while you brush your teeth. a hose. running water. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the states principal environmental agency, created to protect, conserve and manage Floridas environment and natural resources. The Department enforces fed eral and state environmental laws, protects Floridas air and water quality, cleans up pollution, regulates solid waste management, promotes pollution preven tion and acquires environmentally-sensitive lands for preservation. The agency also maintains a statewide system of parks, trails and aquatic preserves. To view Before he left in his truck, Dover drove around, damaging the yard. An alert was issued for Dovers white Ford pickup, said to be northbound on CR 12. Deputies caught up with Dover on the road and attempted to conduct and only missed a head-on collision by swerving around a patrol car. He sped away, reaching speeds at more than 105 mph while running other drivers off the road. Dover continued into Bristol at a high rate of speed, failing to stop for the red light at the SR 20 intersection. Other drivers were forced to brake and swerve to the side of the road to avoid being hit. Due to his speed, Dover was unable to turn west onto SR 20 and skidded onto tanks at the Southern Express and hitting a telephone pole. A customer reported that he nearly hit her car, in which her children were riding. Deputies tried to pin Dovers vehicle against a fence but could not cross the When another deputy attempted to block Dover as he raced out of the stores parking lot, Dover accelerated in an attempt to hit the patrol vehicle. The deputy braked in time to avoid a collision. Dover pulled onto SR 20 and headed for the bridge with patrol cars in pursuit. Liberty County Sheriffs Office Captain Wes Harsey was on the west end of the bridge where a roadblock was set up. Instead of slowing down, Dover accelerated when he approached the blockade. A moment before colliding with the patrol cars, Dover slammed on the brakes and hit the outside wall of the bridge. Harsey, Deputy Josh Shepard and Deputy Adam Walker approached Dover with their guns drawn. He refused to get out of the truck, remaining in the drivers seat while shouting obscenities until he shoot me then! of the truck but remained combative. He refused to put his hands behind his back, which resulted in two more bursts then restrained and taken into custody. A breath test showed that his alcohol level was .192. The legal limit is .08. Dover was charged with domestic battery, felony criminal mischief, aggravated assault on a law enforcement to elude, resisting with violence, reckless driving, tampering with a witness, DUI and leaving the scene of an accident He is being held in the Liberty County Jail on $102,000 bond.HIGH SPEED CHASEcontinued from the front page WILLIAMS PHOTO

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MAY 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 3 A woman escaped serious injury but was taken by ambulance to the emergency room at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital after she collided with an 18-wheeler last Wednesday. Nancy Mahan, 43, was northbound on SR 12 North when she stopped and then abruptly turned left, driving into the path of a semi that was attempting to pass her, according to Sgt. Chad Smith of the Liberty County Sheriffs before impact it appeared Mahan was about to pull onto the right side of road. The left front panel of the truck was struck by the semi when Mahan began to make a left turn. The collision happened near Prison Road. Mahan was examined for minor injuries and then released from the hospital. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS Driver receives minor injuries in late afternoon accidentPickup and semi collide on SR 12N To-Go/Catering CALL 674-HILL to place your to-go order or to hear our catering options. Altha student raises $1,725 for scholarship fund in memory of Ryan Flowersby Teresa Eubanks, Journal EditorA 16-year-old Altha sophomore inspired by the example set by the late Ryan Flowers found a way to contribute to his legacy by raising a remarkable amount of money in a very short time for the Blountstown Fire Department's Ryan Flowers Memorial Scholar ship Fund. After Ryan died in a wreck on May 7, Logan Stone felt the need to do something for Ryan's family. "He didn't know what that was, but he wanted to help them," said his mother, Kim Stone. He decided to ask friends, family and community members to sponsor him in ing in Blountstown. "He had 10 days to pull this off," his mother ex plained. "He worked hard, posting on Facebook, ask ing everyone to help his cause." But the Monday before the race, it didn't look like he would reach his goal. So he enlisted the help of his father, Matt Stone, who owns Red House Weldrun was spreading and by Thursday, he had reached his original goal of $1,000. And the pledges kept red and yellow logo on the front to honor Ryan, who was known as "Kinard 16" with the Kinard Volunteer Fire Department. The cooker was on display at the race and drew a The winning ticket was held by Danny Ryals, who decided that the unique tribute to Ryan belonged with the folks at the Kinard Volunteer Fire Department. He is donating the cooker to them but plans to raise another $1,000 to go toward the scholarship established in Ryan's memory. Anyone who would like to help with the scholar tion to the Ryan Flowers Memorial Scholarship Fund at Calhoun-Liberty Credit Union. LOGAN STONE

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Page 4 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 MESSAGES OF THANKS Florida Folk Festival begins Friday in White Springs WHITE SPRINGS The 61st Annual Florida Folk Festival will be held Memo rial Day weekend Friday, May 24 through Sunday, May 26 at the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs. "Since 1953, folk artists have come together to celebrate Florida's rich arts, culture and history," said Florida Park Service Director Donald Forgione. "This year's festival will feature the amazing talents of more than 300 musical acts. I'm excited to attend year after year with my family. There is always something new and different." This years entertainers include a variety of talented performers: Bellamy Broth ers, Jim Stafford, Ben Prestage, Moors & McCumber, Florida Hall of Fame winner Frank Thomas, Passerine, Jubals Kin, The Currys, Ed Cotton, Mindy Simmons & the Hot Pockets, Bing Futch, Rachel Carrick, Montine Humphries, Doug Gauss and many more. This event will continue the grand tradition of cel ebrating Floridas land, people and diverse cultural heritage. Folk artists and tradition-bearers presented documentation conducted by the Florida Department of State's Folklife Program. The Folklife Area celebrates the diverse cultures of the Lower St. Johns River Basin. Be sure to visit the Folklife Area to experience the com sights and sounds of some of Florida's oldest and newest cultural communities. The Florida Folk Festival is proud to be a part of the Florida Department of State's VIVA Florida 500 campaign, which celebrates 500 years of Florida rich culture and history in 2013. Advance tickets for the Florida Folk Festival are $25 per day or $50 for the entire weekend for adults. Tickets bought at the festival gate are $30 per day or $60 for the entire weekend. Children under six years of age are admitted free of charge. Ticket prices for children between the ages of six and 16 for the entire weekend are $5. Tickets provided by Elevate Ticketing and can be purchased online or on the Facebook page. For more information, call 1-877-6FL-FOLK (1-877635-3655) or visit Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park or the Florida Folk Festival. 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.In Memory of Lee Mullis M.D.Smart 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 Eye Institute 4320 5th Ave. Marianna(2 Blks from Jackson Hospital)(850) 526-7775 or 1(800)769-3429 Heating & Air Conditioning FL LIC. # CMC1249570 R ssCCs (850) 674-4777 Whaley Whaley}The family of Janice T. Alday would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to those who attended Janice's funeral or visitation, sent sympathy cards, bereavement. Janice meant so much to us and will be forever in our hearts. We deeply appreciate and will always remember your kindness. Thank you, Lowell Buster, Janna, Teddy Alday and family The Calhoun Liberty Ministry Center is deeply ap preciative for the generous support from both Calhoun and Liberty Counties. It is truly amazing how two counties have come together to assist those in need. In over three years time, we have assisted 11,064 households with 368,298 pounds of food. We have helped 669 families with electric bills, rent and gas. A total of 1,829 prisoners have been clothed upon their release. Many have been touched by the gospel. We are grateful for the many individuals, businesses and churches for making our fund raiser a success. After expenses are paid, we made about $13,000 to help us build a pole barn and also provide food boxes in the Mossy Pond area. Our appreciation to the following businesses for their donations: Quick Pic, Ace Hardware (Altha), Florida Public Utilities, Apalachee Restaurant, Calhoun Pub lishing, Blountstown Small Engine, Buy-Rite Drugs, Adams Funeral Home, Peavy Funeral Home, Cadence Bank, C.W. Roberts Contracting, Bennett Eubanks Oil, Blountstown Drugs and Golden Pharmacy. The donation from the Run for the Cross relay is greatly appreciated. over 1,757 pounds of food. We are so grateful for the wonderful support in that effort. If you would like to donate to the center, please make your checks out to CLMC and send to PO Box 603, Blountstown. Thank you for your prayers and support. Doug Hemanes, Director Calhoun Liberty Ministry Center}Thank you for your sincere thoughtfulness in send delicious meals or making a donation in memory of Mother. Your cards, phone calls, visits and other acts of kindness were greatly appreciated and we cannot thank you enough. Thank you to Blountstown Health and Rehabilitation Center for loving her, calling her Mama, and taking such good care of her for six and a half years. You never failed to call us when you thought we needed to be there. We saw how much you truly loved her while you cared for her during her last days. To Covenant Hospice from Marianna East, thank you seems so small. You stayed with us until Mothers medication was stable and she was free from pain. Your caring support will always be remembered. The Vella M. Rankin Family The family of Robert Flowers would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you with medical, traveling and living expenses. We cannot name everyone individually who helped because we would not want to offend or hurt anyones feelings if your name was not mentioned, but God knows who you were and thats what matters most. There was not an act of help taken for granted; each and every one of you were appreciated. Whether you got out and sold tickets, bought a ticket, or if you gave money for dona tions, if you helped to serve the lunches or to deliver them, if you donated any items needed directly for the cooking and serving of the food -whatever your act of kindness -we would like to say thank you again. We realize that there are a lot of you who were and you who may have wanted to give but couldnt, rest assured that God sees the heart. The cookout was a success and a great help. Robert is getting great results from his visits. The cancer is shrinking dramatically and his blood work is showing that the tumor markers are still going down. Were praying it wont be long before we hear the word re mission. God has truly heard the prayers that have and that are still being sent up for him. We serve a great and almighty God. We ask that you remember the name Robert Flowers when saying your prayers because answered prayers are something money cant buy. The following business helped in such a great way: Bristol Piggly Wiggly, Stricklands Hardware, Mrs. Sonja Whitney, Angels Seafood, Family Coastal Sea food Restaurant, Hicks Greek Logging and Neal Land and Timber. Thank you for your generous donations. Also a big thank you to Mrs. Faye Phillips for baking the 13 pound cakes. You did a great job. May God bless each one of you. The Robert Flowers Family}The Kinard Volunteer Fire Department would like to express its appreciation to all the people who helped When the family requested that we do this for Ryan, we werent sure we could get it together in time. How ever, once the idea was put into motion, there was not one minute that went by without someone calling and asking how they could help. The outpouring of sup port touched our department deeply and made us even more proud to be from a caring community. It would be impossible to name everyone involved; rest assured, we appreciate everyones contributions. Fire Chief Doyle Daniels and members of the Kinard Volunteer Fire Department }First of all, our family would like to thank God for blessing us with the most amazing son and brother ever for 17 years. Its overwhelming to see just how many lives he touched. We would also like to say thank you to each and every one of you who came to visit, brought food, sent cards and most of all, who prayed for us during our loss. Words cannot express how grateful we are to the community for showing us so much love and support. A very special thank you to all of the Fire Depart ments, EMS, Airheart and Sheriffs Departments in Calhoun and surrounding counties. It was all of these departments working together that made Ryans Final Call perfect. We would also like to thank everyone who has contributed to the Ryan Flowers Memorial Scholar ship Fund. We are planning for this scholarship to be given every year. If you havent donated but would like to just send or take your donation to the Calhoun Liberty Credit Union in Blountstown. Thanks for all your support. We love you all and please continue to pray for us. Chris, Lori and Karissa Flowers}We would like to thank our family, friends and com munity for all of the prayers, fellowship and support shown to us during our great loss. Our "Paw" loved his family and the people of our community. A special thank you to Linda Blair for all the loving support and assistance during our time of loss. We also want to thank Dr. Misbah Farooqi and the staff of Calhoun Liberty Hospital, especially the CNAs. They took great care of him during his stays there and he loved them all. Please continue to remember us in your prayers. The family of Charles Grantham, Sr. } } We've got the fence posts to meet your needs. Liberty Post & Barn Pole, Inc.Dempsey Barron Road, Bristol (off Hwy. 12 N) Phone (850) 643-5995

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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 Debbie Duggar...................AdvertisingOFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. 6 p.m. M-FTHE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Visit us on Facebook at CLJNews MA Y 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 5 Thats how many copies of The Calhoun-Liberty Journal were distributed last week, ensuring plenty of coverage for your announcements and great response for our business advertisers! 5,319 Wednesday, May 22 Saturday, May 25 Thursday May 23 Friday, May 24TODAYS MEETINGS, noon, Calhoun-Liberty Hospital 7 p.m., Calhoun County Old Ag Bldg. east door, in front of jailTODAYS MEETINGS 7:30 p.m., Veterans Civic Center Bristol Girl Scout Troop #303, 6:30 p.m. (ET) at The Club, Bristol. Monday, May 27 Tuesday, May 28 Sunday, May 26TODAYS MEETINGSSit-n-Sew meeting, 6 p.m., First United Methodist Church 7 p.m., Apalachee Restaurant Blountstown Chapter #179 O.E.S., 7 p.m., Dixie Lodge in Blountstown. 7-8 p.m., Grace United Methodist Church, Hosford Adult Dance, 8-12 p.m. at the Legion Hall in BlountstownWomens Health Seminar planned in Bristol June 7 The Liberty County Health Depart ment is sponsoring a free Womens Health Seminar on Friday, June 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (ET). This event is hosted by Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church and will be held at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center. The seminar will focus on a variety of health related topics for women. Door prizes, lunch, makeovers, mani cures and massages will be available. Please plan to join us for this event. For more information contact Susan ment at (850) 643-2415, ext. 245. 17thBLOUNTSTOWN The Blountstown Rotary Club will host the 17th annual Big River Roundup Florida Flathead Catfish Tournament this weekend, May 24 25. The tournament was not held in 2012, but after encouragement by the community to continue the event, the Rotary Club decided to relaunch the tourney this year. This years tourney will have some changes, such as no awarded. The 2013 Big River Roundup in Florida. The Roundup tournament is unbetween locals for bragging rights, cash prizes, and $50,000.00 at stake if the current State Record is broken during the event. for second largest, $400 for third larg est, $300 for the fourth largest, and will pocket $100. Blountstown Rotary is proud to say that their tournament has graced the pages of Field & Stream, Florida Fish & Game, and GAFF magazines. As word of the tournament has spread, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, South Carolina, and even as far as Ohio have regularly traveled to take their chances at winning the event. The tournament entry fee for adults is $50 per person if pre-registering or $55 per person at the gate. Those 14-years-old and under may enter in the youth category for $20 per person. Individuals are encouraged to preregister to be included in a special pre-registration prize drawing. Participants can also register onsite Friday, May 24 beginning at 9 a.m. (CT) until 12 a.m. (CT) and on Saturday, May 25 from 6 a.m. (CT) until 10 a.m. (CT) at the Blountstown Landing (Neal Landing). There will be multiple boat launch sites available and approved by the Blountstown Rotary Club. See rules for more information. The tournament begins at 4 p.m. (CT) on Friday, May 24, and ends at 12 noon (CT) Saturday, May 25. Awards presentation will be held at 12 noon (CT) Saturday at the Blountstown landing. For more information on the tourna ment, a list of rules and an application, visit www.blountstownrotary.com or, call Tournament Director, Phil McMillan at (850) 643-7082 or Asst. Tournament Director Phillip Hill at (850) 447-1975. Mail applications to Blountstown Rotary Club, P.O. Box 161 Blountstown, FL 32424, or you can drop off at the Calhoun County Senior Center, Gulf State Chemical, Adams Funeral Home, or Centennial Bank in Blount stown. The American Legion Post 272 and the Apalachee Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12010 will be pre forming a Memorial Day Ceremony at the Calhoun County Courthouse on Monday, May 27 at 9 a.m. (CT) in remembrance of the men and women who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. The veterans cordially invite all who would like to attend. The Blountstown High School Class of 1973 will be holding a 40 year reunion on Friday, June 14 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at the American Legion Hall in Blountstown. If you were a part of this class at anytime in grades K12 you are invited to attend. Please contact Diane Grantham at (850) 447-0201 or Buddy Harrell at (770) 595-8196. More information can be found on Facebook at Blountstown High School Class if 1973. BHS Class of 1973 to hold 40 year reunion June 14The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will be hosting a Garden and Lawn Tractor Pull on Saturday, May 25 at 1 p.m. (CT). This event is held so that father, son or daughter can work together on a project. We see children today that have no interaction with adults. This is an opportunity to work together on something that has many skills involved and that will have lasting memories. The learn to be creative, think outside the box, learn how to communicate, and the list goes on. Bring a kid yours, a neighbors or one you have to borrow! Drive to the back side of Sam Atkins Park, go around the horse arena, held west, and keep driving.Pioneer Settlement to hold tractor pull Saturday afternoonCalhoun-Liberty Hospital invites the community to celebrate National Hospital Week with them and enjoy a variety of activities they have planned. Monday, May 20 was Silly Hat Day. the Hands began at 7 a.m. in the dining room at the hospital, followed by trivia games. Tuesday, May 21 was Celebrity Look Alike Day with a scavenger hunt, trivia, and a popcorn bar Wednesday, May 22 is Team Spirit Day. We will enjoy trivia and recognize our patients with Patient Appreciation Day. An Ice Cream Social will be held at 2 and 8 p.m. in the dining room Thursday, May 23 is Time Machine Day. Dress like your favorite time or travel to the future! Sweet Treats will be available in the dining room at 2 and 8 p.m. for those with a sweet tooth. Friday, May 24 is Casual Blue Jeans Day. Employees will enjoy a cookout that will include trivia, egg toss, tug of war, fear factor, limbo and a relay. Prizes will be awarded for the Identify the Baby and Guess How Many con tests. All evening activities will start at 5 p.m. at the gazebo. Please plan to celebrate this special week with us. Staff celebrates National Hospital Week with series of special eventsMemorial Day to be observed with ceremony MondaySeminole exhibit now in TallahasseeTALLAHASSEE The Florida Department of States Museum of Florida History has just opened the museums newest temporary exhibit, Seminole People of Florida: Survival and Success The new exhibit will be on display today through Aug. 18 at the Museum of Florida History in downtown Tallahassee. The exhibit provides insight into Seminole history, culture and artistic traditions from the mid-1850s to the present. collection of Seminole arti facts. More information on monthly programming may be obtained by calling the museum or by visiting the museums website.Mears Family Reunion Saturday & Sunday at Pioneer SettlementBlountstown High School Graduation7 p.m. in BHS GymLiberty Co. High Graduation8 p.m. at LCHS FieldAlha High School Graduation7 p.m. in AHS Gym LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR CALHOUN COUNTY Big River Roundup Catsh Tournament4 p.m. Fri. 12 p.m. Sat. at Blountstown LandingLiberty County High School Baccalaureate7 p.m. LCHS Gym Grand opening of new dog park at Sam AtkinsMemorial Day services at Calhoun County Courthouse 9 a.m.BIRTHDAYS ~ Mary Davis, Ray Gillis, Westmoreland, Jordan ReddickBIRTHDAYS ~ James Woods, Allen Savell, Aimee Dunn, Tiesha Alston BIRTHDAYS Samantha Price TaylorBIRTHDAYSStephanie Montford Derzypolski, Kim Daniels Horne, Nikole Owens, Anthony Palmberg, Deven Lewis BIRTHDAYSGary Nichols, Jackie Kingston House, Shannon Posey, KaseyRevellBIRTHDAYS Roddenberry, Bryan Roddenberry, Sasha Danley BIRTHDAYS ~ Jackson, Willa Dean Bozeman

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Page 6 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 24Fit ChallengeBE THEREITS FREE!NO EXCUSESComing to Blountstown Wed., May 29Call (850) 674-8977 for location.Orientation Saturday, May 25 9 a.m. noon Calhoun-Liberty Hospital Annual Bream TournamentSaturday, June 1, 2013 SCOTTS FERRY LANDING at Scotts Ferry General Store $10 entry fee PER PERSON in advance or the morning of the eventPayback for the top three positions **1st Place: $250 2nd Place: $150 3rd Place: $100** -Only two adults per boat. Children 13 and under can accompany the boat. -Optional Big Fish: $5 entry per **Winner takes full pot** (excluding speckled perch) THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: Memorial Day scams aimed at military personnelPENSACOLA Memorial Day is a time to honor those who serve and remember those who have died in war. Sadly, it has become a key opportunity for scammers to target those who are serving or have served their nation, especially elderly veterans. As Memorial Day approaches, the Better Business Bureau urges consumers to be aware of scams that feed off the military. High priced military loans Advertisements for loans that promise a guarantee, instant approval or no credit check often come with hidden fees and high interest rates. Legitimate lenders will never guarantee a loan before you apply and loans that require an upfront fee are likely a scam. plan offers cash payment, only about 30-40% of what the veteran is entitled to, in exchange for a dis Phony jury duty summons A caller claiming to work for the court system states that a service member didnt show up for jury duty, and has a a credit card or social security number to clear up the matter. offer false discounts for military personnel or claim to be from soldiers who need to sell their vehicle fast. Fees will be required upfront, or the vehicle will have problems. Expensive life insurance policies Military members are often targets of high-pressured sales pitches that offer unnecessary, expensive life in surance policies. BBB recommends the following tips to avoid scams: as you can before you pay. Check out a business BBB Business Review at bbb.org or a charitys Charity Report at give.org. know. Pay by credit card whenever possible. within unsolicited emails or enter personal in formation on unfamiliar websites. Have updated all times. when deployed. Doing so will minimize the risk of identity theft because creditors and businesses cannot issue or grant credit until verifying identity. For more tips, visit bbb.org.tioned for bulk cargo shipments, offering Waterway and state and U.S. highways. that is federally authorized to a maximum of 37 feet; however, dredging the Ports shipping channel to the authorized depth is necessary prior to commencing ship receiving funding to complete mainte nance dredging of the shipping channel. ing jobs and revitalizing the Port of Port is ready to use the Port and rail access to the Port site is being improved; the missing link to an operational Port is the necessary dredging improvements to the We are excited about the possibility of leveraging our strong presence in Northwest Florida, further job and economic development in the region, and look forward to the successful dredging said Congressman Steve Southerland. By building upon Northwest Floridas tremendous potential, both as a world leader in biomass production and a Circle have made an important commit ment to growing jobs and strengthening Such a creative partnership between government and the business community will help ensure that the Port of Port St. for the people of North Florida, and will help foster the creation of more jobs and Montford. such a tremendous opportunity for all of and more jobs creating more economic Energy, the Port Authority can now move forward with grant proposals for funding About The St. Joe Company The St. Joe Company is a Floridabased real estate developer and man ager. The Company owns approximately 567,000 acres of and concentrated primarily in Northwest Florida and has land-use entitlements in hand or in process. The majority of land not under development is used for the growing and selling of timber. The Company also owns various commercial, resort and club properties. More information about the Company can be found on its website at www.joe.com. About Green Circle Bio Energy Located in Cottondale, Fla., Green Circles wood pellet plant is the second largest in the world boasting an annual production capacity of 660,000 tons. The state-of-the-art production facility features the highest quality and latest technology in wood processing and pany operating in a variety of markets, including the traditional energy sector and forestry-related businesses. About The Port of Port St. Joe Located in Gulf County, Fla., the Port of Port St. Joe offers a deepwater sea port with two separate bulkheadsone featuring nearly 1,900 linear feet at the ship channel turning basin and the other offering nearly 900 linear feet on the Gulf County Canal. The port is well-suited for bulk and cargo shipments, offering access to rail, the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, and state and U.S. highways. One of the ports greatest assets is the approximately 260 acres of combined ready-to-be-leased lands adjacent to the bulkheads and the more than 5,000 acres of land in the Port environs available for immediate development. PELLET PLANT continued from the front pageProducers urged to enroll in 2013 DCP/ACRE payment programs soon Farm Service Agency (FSA) today encouraged farmers and ranchers to enroll for the 2013 Direct and Counter-Cyclical Payment Program (DCP) or the Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) before the deadline. Producers who wait until the last minute to sign up could face increased waiting We understand that produc ers have gotten busy, but they cant forget to visit their county farmers and ranchers plan their spring plantings, producers should plan to schedule an ap pointment to visit their USDA Service Center at the earliest plete the paperwork now rather than to stand in line the day deadline to sign up for ACRE up period ends Aug. 2. program provisions are un changed from 2012, except that all eligible participants in 2013 may choose to enroll in either DCP or ACRE for the 2013 crop producers who were enrolled in ACRE in 2012 may elect to enroll in DCP in 2013 or may re-enroll in ACRE in 2013 (and vice versa). 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MA Y 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 7 F R O MJEMISON HEATING & COOLING Lic RM14160924Altha Girl Scout Troop 39 has had a very busy spring. The girls had an extraordinary cookie season and would like to thank the commu nity for their help and support in achieving their goal. The troop appreci ates Page Pond As sembly of God Church for the use of the fel lowship hall for their meetings and other events. In return, the girls did a can food drive to donate to the church's food pantry along with a monetary donation. In keeping with the Girl Scout motto, of giving back to the community, the girls also presented Altha Pride with a monetary donation. The troop also planted three more Altha Community Center. For all of their hard work, the girls were rewarded with a Mother-Daughter Tea party. There was a history and etiquette lesson on a proper tea. The troop always has room for more girls and will be meet ing over the summer. If you are interested in joining, volunteering or donating to the troop, please contact the leaders, Tracey Ybarra at (850) 447-5405 or Karen Weeks at (850) 447-5332 for more information.Altha Girl Scout Troop 39 gives back to a supportive community Four youth from Liberty County went to Tallahassee on May 4 to compete at the district level. the Fun contest singing There is a Re deemer bringing home a blue ribbon. did a team demonstration Pasta Salad and Courtney Larson demonstrated Healthy Snacks all earning red ribbons. We are proud of all four youth who earned their way from county to district events. 4-H is the nations largest youth de velopment organization. Over 230,000 members in the State of Florida help to make up the community of more than 6.5 million young people across America. 4-H is a non-formal, practical educational program for youth. Florida 4-H is the youth development program of the University of Florida IFAS. Call the UF/IFAS, Liberty County child can get involved with 4-H. NEWS FROM THE PEWS LAKE MYSTIC BAPTIST CHURCH Hold on children 3 years old 5th grade from June 2 6, 6 8:30 p.m. Raise your hands in the air. Feel the rush. Kids will learn to face their fears and trust God. PAGE POND ASSEMBLY OF GOD BIBLE SCHOOL Saddle up your horses and get on over to SonWest Roundup. Out in the wide open spaces, we'll discover a colorful old town where all the excitement of the Wild West awaits. In SonWest, we'll celebrate all the fun of being buckaroos, so grab a sarsaparilla and join in the jamboree. There'll be food, games, music, crafts and amazing true stories that point you and your kids to Jesus! Ride with us under the deep blue skies. Feel the breezes rise through the shady purple canyons as we head out through this bright wilderness--we're travel ling down the trail through the Old Testament stories of Moses to discover God's ultimate plan of salvation in Jesus, because "Jesus is the same yesterday and today ST. MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH parents you are welcome to come with your children. ABE SPRINGS PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH will feature Tabitha Morris and Heaven Sent along with local talent. Please plan to join us. The church is located Miss Carah Lyn Williams of nounce the engagement of her mother, Christi Smith Williams, daughter of Carolyn Smith of Oxford, AL, and the late Jack Smith, to Tommy Shoemake. Tommy is the son of Shelby and the late Johnnie Clemmons Shoemake. The wedding is planned for Sunday, June 9 at 5 p.m. (CT) at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement All friends and relatives are invited to attend. ols and Joseph Ryan Hall are excited to announce their upcoming wedding. Kathryn is a 2006 graduate of Altha Joseph is a 2004 graduate of Altha High School and is employed with Peacock Farms in Altha. The couple will be married on Sat residence on the Chipola River located All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend.Nichols, Hall to exchange vows in Chipola River ceremony on June 1 Williams, Shoemake will wed June 9 at Pioneer Settlement

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Page 8 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 COMMENTARY Congress failed with IRSWASHINGTON The IRS is a pseudo independent agency of government that reports to the Secre tary of the Treasury. It is a vast bureaucracy with only two political appointees, and the IRS commissioner at the time the agency began sin gling out Tea Party groups for special scrutiny was a Bush appointee, Douglas Schulman. He stepped down last year. Since then the IRS has been led by acting commissioner Steven Miller, who submitted his resignation in the wake of the Inspector Generals report citing rampant mismanagement in the agency. There is no more feared federal agency than the IRS, and apparently, members of Congress share that fear. Why else did they fail so ter ribly in their scrutiny of the agency? James Madison wrote in the Federalist Pa pers, If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary. The same rule is appli cable to bureaucracies, and we should assume the IRS isnt staffed with angels, any more than the FBI or the CIA, other fearsome agencies that have been the focus of various scandals over the years. Obama is playing a welcome role in assuring the American people that hes on top of the IRS controversy, but the buck doesnt stop with him. The improper targeting of conservative groups was uncovered by the Treasury Departments Inspector General, and the IGs report, the result of many months of investigation, was released to the White House and the media late Tuesday. Obama then tasked his Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew, to implement the reports recommendations and clean house at the IRS. Washingtons scandal culture always demands that heads roll, and House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said in the wake of the report, Now my question isnt about who is going to resign. My question is whos going to jail over this scandal? With three congressional committees hold ing hearings, and a Justice criminal probe underway in the matter, Boehner wont get an answer for some time, and its not at all clear that anyone will go to jail. The IGs report did not find evidence of political bias, and the fault that the proliferation of so-called social welfare groups and the lack of clarity in the rules cial tax status. But the controversy could well have a chilling effect on the IRS ability to scrutinize groups that operate on one side or the other of the political divide, but seek to characterize their activities as mainly educational. The events of the last week should not be viewed narrowly, but rather as an example of how the IRS can over-reach, whether deliberately or not, and stoke fear among Americans who think they could be next if somehow they take a question able deduction or have some number in their an audit. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, headed by the very ag gressive Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., is advertis ing its upcoming hearing into the IRS abuses as though it were the coming attractions for a Hollywood thriller. Truth is, Congress is late to the game. The appropriate committees should have been engaging in ongoing over sight of the IRS all along. To paraphrase James Madison, if all men were angels, we wouldnt need oversight. Its worth recalling that Harry Truman gained his reputation during World War II when he traveled around the country inspecting defense plants, found there had not been appropriate oversight in the massive build-up for the war, came back to Washington and led a Senate committee that exposed waste, greed and mismanagement in the defense industry. The challenge for todays Congress is to do what Truman did, put aside partisan concerns and do the job of oversight our elected representatives are elected to do. WASHINGTONMERRY-GO-ROUNDby Douglas Cohn and Eleanor Clift President Obama announced the appointment of a new acting commissioner of the IRS the JAY LENO DAVID LETTERMANThe IRS has a new boss after it came out they CRAIG FERGUSON JIMMY KIMMEL JIMMY FALLON JAY LENO JIMMY KIMMEL Late Night Laughs A RECAP OF RECENT OBSERVATIONS U.S. Army Capt. Aaron Kletz serving a 15-month combat tour in Iraq. Part of the way through the deployment I noticed these big lumps around my collarbone, Kletzing told The Unknown badly pulled muscles. After coming home, it became clear that something was seri ously wrong. I got back from Iraq, and my body was really out-of-whack, Kletzing said. I was sweating all the time and my energy was really off. One Friday afternoon in the fall of 2009, Capt. Kletzing got a phone call he would never forget. Hey, this is the doctor, he was told. You have cancer. When the soldier deployed in December 2007 to a volatile area north of Baghdad, a cancer diagnosis seemed impossible. I turned 23 and 24 in Iraq, and I thought to myself that my next birthday, Im going to have the biggest party ever, Kletz ing said. But my next birthday, I was doing chemotherapy in Chicago. Kletzing, 29, fol lowed in the foot steps of his older brother, Capt. An drew Kletzing, when he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 2006. By then, both wars were was the best thing to do, he said. to prepare for war. I think the overall feeling is you have good nerves ... youre focused, the combat veteran said about getting ready for battle. But there are also those nerves that keep you awake at night. seven months leading troops through Iraqs war-torn streets by day while sleeping in deplorable conditions at night. That was the world ... that was the universe, he said. Youre living there with Iraqi Security Forces ... living on top of each other with mice every where. After several months without a shower, Kletzing and his soldiers initially welcomed a move to the east side of the Tigris River. The problem was that insurgents and terrorists were there wreaking havoc. particularly adept at making homemade explosives, Kletz ing said. To this day, the veteran has images from Iraq burned into his memory. The thing I remember most vividly is seeing locals who had been hurt, Kletzing said. people are maimed or shot, and those locals are brought into your aid stations. Kletzing praised his fellow soldiers for helping him stay calm amid the madness. I just had to really rely on my buddies over there, he said. Once he discovered the lumps deployment became even more challenging. All the way through Iraq, this was growing ... the cancer was spreading throughout my body, Kletzing said. But I wasnt going to complain. When the birthday he was so the 25-year-old soldier, who lost his hair and eyebrows amid gru eling chemotherapy treatment, hoped good news was on the horizon. The soldiers birthday wish was granted. I ended up doing scans, and it was in remission, he said. Kletzing, now 29, was accept ed to Harvard Business School. Not far from the Boston dorm room where Facebook was born, the U.S. Army veteran came up with a groundbreaking idea that he met in Iraq helped him fully realize. The biggest frustration for people who are in the military -who really like being in the military and want to stay in the military -is that they have so assigned, Kletzing said. I felt change that. Kletzing and Yinon Weiss a LinkedIn for the military and encourage all U.S. service members to join. We get excited emails every day from people saying hey, this is incredible, Kletzing said. Our goal is to be the profes sional home for everyone in the military. Today, Aaron Kletzing helps U.S. troops connect with one another in order to improve their lives and careers. He is also a proud Iraq war veteran and grate ful cancer survivor. Thankfully, it is still in remission, he said. Im doing all right.RALLY CRYThe Unknown Soldiersby Tom SileoAn award-winning journalist who worked in newsrooms for eight years, Tom Sileo is a nationally syndicated columnist.

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MA Y 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 9 Catsh Crawl 5K Overall Male and Female Masters winners were Trainer Mark McCarra and Lydia Trevino Miles. The full list of winners can be viewed Times were fast, said Blountstown Fire Chief Ben Hall, who is one of the

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Page 10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 Chipola College LOCAL GRADS Advice for Graduation Day speakers: Be brief, be kindOnce again, graduation time is upon us. By some iron rule, every graduation must have a graduation speaker, whose role has been com pared to that of the corpse at a great Irish wake: His presence is deemed necessary for the event to be take place, but, other than that, precious little is expected from him. The odds are pretty good that more people could name the U.S.'s last 10 vice presidents* than could tell you who spoke at their own graduation. As someone who has more than once tested the patience and exceeded the attention span of a captive audience, I modestly offer some suggestions for the prospective graduation speaker. First, remember that the ceremony can run long, the day can be warm and the chairs can be hard. President Franklin Roosevelt, a man who knew how to give a successful speech, may have had this in mind when he advised: "Be sincere; be brief; be seated." Former Vice President Hubert Humphrey, a gifted but long-winded speaker, was reminded by his wife, Muriel, "Hubert, a speech does not need to be eternal to be immortal. An old-timer once counseled me that "if you don't know what to talk about, then talk about three minutes." Begin by reassuring the audience that you will not tax their forbearance with an opener: "As King Henry VIII said to each of his six wives: 'Don't worry. I won't keep you long.'" The graduation speaker's duty is to provide some rules or advice for the graduates. attention and some respect to their parents or the elders who have helped them through the recent years. Mark Twain put it perfectly: "When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant, I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years. Give the grads some practi cal guidance. For example, "You will never be permanently happy with a roommate or a life companion who insists on pronouncing the 'd' in Wednesday. Or this: "In every political yourself in, there will always, without fail, be somebody on your side you wish devoutly was on the other side." Con rad Hilton, after a successful lifetime in the hotel business, was once asked what he had learned, and his answer: "Al ways keep the shower curtain inside the bathtub." Graduates, how many times have you been told that "life is not like college"? Actually, that is true. Life is not like college. No, actually life is a lot more like high school. For that reason, the story about the great philosopher William James' son, also named William but called Billy, is appropriate for the occasion. Young Billy, then about 21, was asking all those vexing questions that young people have forever asked about how and what to do with his life. Billy wrote his uncle, the great novelist Henry James, for his wisdom. Henry James wrote his nephew: "Three things, Bill, three things I tell you to do in The second is to be kind. And the third thing is to be kind." And remember, it is impos sible at breakfast to over-tip the waitress. Congratulations! Last ten vice presidents: Joe Biden, Dick Cheney, Al Gore, Dan Quayle, George H.W. Bush, Walter Mondale, Nelson Rockefeller, Gerald Ford, Spiro Agnew and Hubert Humphrey. AMERICAN COLORby Mark ShieldsPundit Mark Shields has been on the political Robert F. Kennedy ran for president in 1968. After years of managing campaigns from the courthouse to the White House, he is now one of the most widely recognized commentators in the U.S. MARIANNASome 453 students were eligible for graduation at Chipola College at the end of the spring semester. Graduation exercises are scheduled for Thursday, May 2 at 7 p.m. in the Milton Johnson Health Center. Chipola alumnus Lamar Polston will deliver the commencement address. Counted as members of the class are all who com cember of 2012 to May of 2013 or who will complete work at Chipola during the summer of 2013. The class includes the following local students: Bachelor of Science Degrees AlthaBritney Collings, Jessica Godwin, Justin Godwin, Stephanie Shelton. BlountstownKimberley Daniels, Robert Deason, Kenneth Edwards, Hailey Moravek, Jeffrey Stewart. BristolJoseph Williams. ClarksvilleJason Holland, Robert Johns, Monica Jones. Grand RidgeSara Bien, Jessica Harrell, Rebecca Hart, Jessica Tillman. HosfordKerstin Peddie. KinardAmy McLeod. SneadsHaley Bennett, Travis Moore, Ashley Pavuk. Bachelor of Applied Science Degrees BlountstownDana Cooper. Associate in Arts Degrees AlthaTaylor Brantley-Curl, Sierra Chason, Ashley Childs, Tiffany Hill, Ivy Martin, Cason Neel, Taylor Shelton, Emily Williams, Katelyn Williams. BlountstownJunicia Baker, Virginia Baker, TasheKing, Tyler McClellan, Makynzie O'Bryan, Travis Pitt man, Ariel Savell, Sharlyn Smith. BristolVeldina Dawson, Daniel Kern, Anthony Marotta, Phyllis Reddick, Kasey Revell, John Stever son. ClarksvilleMorgan Davis, Stewart Herndon, Joshua Jeffery. Grand RidgeHeidi Folks, Sandra Franklin, Leigh Hall, Jolie Johnson, Christina Kerlee, Haylie McLane, Cameron Smith, Karis Smith. HosfordHannah Moore. SneadsCasey Adams, Kara Alford, Brittany Ar nold, Emily Cain, Karissa Childs, Cassandra Coley, Ai Sylvia Hilton, Rachel Pelt, Joseph Raley, Kayla ShefWilliams. Associate in Science Degrees AlthaChristian Blankenship. BlountstownWilliam Johnson, Brannon Evans. BristolWhitney Edwards, Timothy Pittman, Auslinn Shuler. Grand RidgeTiffany Burdeshaw, Yolanda Hamilton, Hope Mooneyham, Joanne Player, Angelica Rodriguez, Michelle Schouest. SneadsSarah Durden, Tania Harvey, Joel McKe own, Jason Moore, Courtney Wall. AlthaMarianne Debolt, Daniel Shivers. BlountstownJoshua Kirkbride, Jody Vowell. BristolJacqueline Lee. Several local students will soon be teachers following their recent graduation from Chipola Among those shown above (though not in order) are: The new teachers are shown above with some of their classmates as they pose with a their work and their understanding of the nu merous assignments they faced during their Chipolas latest class of new teachersSwimming and baseball programs set at ChipolaMARIANNAChipola College will offer programs for chil dren of all ages this summer. Swimming lessons will be of fered for all ages. Lessons are based on a combination of nationally-recognized methods. Childrens Swimming lessons for ages four and up are sched uled on the following dates: Ses sion 1: June 3-13 with a registration deadline of May 30; Session 2: June 17-27, with a registration deadline of June 13. Classes are available at 10 a.m. or 7 p.m. Sessions include eight 45 min ute classes which meet Monday through Thursday for two weeks. Cost of regular swimming lessons is $55. Pre-registration is required, with a $5 late registra tion fee. For information, call 718-2473 or visit www.chipola. edu. July and August sessions will be announced at a later date. Chipola Baseball Coach Jeff Johnson will offer three camps. 7-18 will meet June 10-11. Cost is $100. 7-18 will meet June 12-13. Cost is $100. will meet June 17-18. Cost is $100. for all three camps is $250. All baseball camps meet from 9 a.m. to noon. For information, contact Assistant Coach Chris Hutcheson at (850) 718-2243. 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Waldorff Ace Hardware25615 N 762-3228 or 762-8500 WAL MART Always. Phone 674-3838 Pizza & Subs 19838 SR 20 W IN BLOUNTSTOWN Twin Oaks Juvenile Development, Inc. Good Job, Seniors! The Calhoun County Becky Smith & Staff (850)674-8242 Congratulations Class of 2013 ELLIS Agency762-9694 Good Luck Grads! GOOD LUCK Graduates Valedictorian Salutatorian ALTHA HIGH SCHOOL of Class2013Baccalaureate Graduation Colors: Purple & SilverYellow Calla LilyClass Song: Im Not Gonna Cry CITY TIRE Best of luck to all the grads! JEMISON INC. SV MGR 447-1943 Bay BlountstownCongratulations Class of 2013 Blountstown DRUGS Congratulations Class of 2013The Calhoun Co. Property Terry Stone & Staff Altha Farmers Co-op, Inc. ALTHA STORE 674-4359 ALL THE BEST TO THE GRADS!MERLENORMAN674-9191 ALL THE BEST TO THE GRADS! DANNY RYALS Calhoun County School Board Member District #1 and Danny Ryals Real Estate PHONE 674-5478 OPENING SOONR&RTIRE CO.643-2939 Class Motto: If there ever comes a day when we cant be together, keep me in your heart, Ill stay there forever. / Page 11

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Page 12 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 Questions? Call the Liberty The Liberty CountyLANDFILL will be CLOSED Saturday, in observance of Memorial Day. Best of the Latest Country Charted songs, mixed in with your favorite oldies.WPHK Radio K-102.7 FMWYBT Radio Y-1000 AM Liberty County Bulldogs, the Blountstown High BUY, SELL & TRADE The JOURNALIf you know me at all, you know that the better part of my life is spent on or near the water. Most of the things I enjoy doing ming . living are all dependent on abundant, unpolluted water. So count me as a big fan of H20. Over the years, Ive been fortunate to work with some really talented water policy professionals in the public sector, along with equally talented geolo gists, engineers, and attorneys in the private sector. I dont claim to be any of those things, but I do have a pretty good working knowl edge about the challenges we face when it comes to water. Ive also worked in politics and advertising, so I have a pretty good eye for BS, too. And let me tell you, nothing lights up my Crap-Detector faster than a new crusade against bottled water. Folks, if you dont believe another word I say, believe this: bottled water is not a problem. It ac counts for a tiny fraction of all wa ter use in the US, it has the lightest carbon footprint of any packaged beverage on the market, and its better for you than beer, coffee, sodas, or energy drinks. Oh, and call me if you see somebody washing their car or watering their lawn with it. Is it a waste of money? Maybe. If Im sitting here in my living room sucking down a bottle because I dont want to get a glass and put ice in it, then probably so. On the other hand, if Im driving through Tampa, where the water tastes like its been drunk already, then a buck for a bottle that isnt rancid is a pretty good deal. Is it a luxury? Of course. Now, look around your house. Anything you see that wouldnt be found in a jail cell is also a luxury. But hey, if you want to spend your hardearned dollars on ceramic koala bears, Snuggies, or an oil-on-velvet Elvis, thats your right. And its my right to buy bottled water if I want. Believe it or not, there are efforts across this coun try to ban bottled water. Mostly these are places with lots of college kids and very few hurricanes or other natural disasters. I can give you a long list of things that should have been banned when I was at FSU and bottled water wouldnt make the top 100. (Anybody remember bladderbust nights?) As a note of disclosure, for sev eral years one of my clients was Americas largest spring water bot tling company. Ive had a different job for the last few years, so I dont have to defend the company or the industry any more. I dont have to, but I do because I hate seeing a trendy, misguided witch hunt take our attention away from the very real threats of over-development, loss of wetlands and groundwater contamination. It irks me that some bright, wellintentioned person in Atlanta right now wont drink bottled water, but has no problem running his sprin klers seven days a week. He thinks hes saving Planet Earth even as hes unwittingly helping destroy the Apalachicola River. And thats the problem with this whole us-versus-them mindset on public policy. Its like the house is burning down while were stat. Or as the Bible puts it, were swallowing a camel while straining out a gnat. Safeguarding our water supply while protect ing our natural treasures isnt a war of good versus evil. Its not a battle that we can win by signing a petition or by taking up some feel-good cause. Its an on going balancing act that takes cooperation among a lot of different groups who all have a vested inter est in the outcome. We have to get corporate, agricultural, municipal, and recreational water users to all agree on a plan that makes sense. Thats not going to happen if we insist one group is the mortal en emy of the planet. As much as I cuss the Corps of Engineers for being stingy with Lake Lanier, I know that theyre not intentionally trying to kill off our oyster beds. Theyre simply representing one group of stake holders. (The wrong one, but thats beside the point.) My goal isnt to make Atlanta go away, just to see the city and the region get more se rious about conservation. The best thing all of us can do is focus our energy where it will do the most good and not just where it will gain the most attention. If you care about water, I encourage you to take the time to study the issues and understand the context. Youll simply isnt true. Youll also see some very tangible efforts that need and deserve your involve ment. (Water-quality monitoring and clean-up efforts are just two that come to mind.) If you hate bottled water and think its terrible for the environ ment, then by all means dont buy it. Just dont try to tell me how much good youre doing for Moth er Nature, because Im not buying that.Calhoun County native Jim McClellan JIM McCLELLANS OUTDOORS Down South Bottled water and hot air To Our Liberty County Waste Pro CustomersThere will be NO Changes to your Waste Pro would like to thank you and wish you a HAPPY & SAFE HOLIDAY A little out of the way, A lot less to payFamily Coastal Seafood Restaurant WERE OPEN Come see us for the best seafood and prices around for a really great meal. CORLETTS ROOFING LLC LR FFREE EEsSTIMATEsS Michael Corlett (850) 643-7062 A Miami man has caught and killed the lon gest Burmese python ever captured in Florida: 18 feet, 8 inches. The python was a 128-pound female that was not carrying eggs, according to University of Florida scientists who examined the snake. The previous record length for a Burmese py thon captured in the wild in Florida was 17 feet, 7 inches. On May 11, Jason Leon was riding late at night in a rural area of south east Miami-Dade County when he and his passenger spotted the python. About 3 feet of the snake was sticking out of the roadside brush. Leon stopped his car, grabbed the snake behind its head and started dragging it out of the brush. When the snake began to wrap itself around his leg, he called for as sistance from others and then used a knife to kill the snake. Leon once owned Burmese pythons as pets and has experience handling this nonvenomous constrictor species. Jason Leons night time sighting and capture of a Burmese python of more than 18 feet in length is a notable ac complishment that set a Florida record. The FWC is grateful to him both for safely removing such a large Burmese python and for reporting its capture, said Kristen Sommers, Exotic Species Coordination Section Leader for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commis sion (FWC). Leon reported his python capture to the FWCs South Region office, which connected him with 888-IveGot1 (888-4834861), the FWCs hotline for reporting exotic species. Cheryl Millett of The Nature Conservancys Python Patrol Program helped coordinate the response, and Jeff Fobb of the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Venom Response Program arranged to pick up the snake from Leon. Finally, the python was turned over to the Uni versity of Floridas Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center, where UF staff experienced in working with Burmese pythons performed the necropsy. The public is asked to report sightings of exotic species to IveGot1.org or 888-IveGot1. There is also a free smartphone app: IVEGOT1. The Burmese python is an invasive species that has negative impacts on the Everglades ecosystem and its native wildlife.

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MA Y 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 13 SCHOOL NEWS On Monday, May 27 at 10 a.m., the students in the Teen Outreach Program at Liberty County High School will be having a fundraising car wash and bake sale for a fellow LCHS classmate. This event will be held at the parkn-ride at the front of the high school. We invite all to come out and support us in this effort. For more information contact Garet Shuler, Human Services Program Specialist, at (850) 643-2415.LCHS Teen Outreach Program holding fundraiser for student on Memorial DayLibertys District & County Tropicana Speech winners Each spring Liberty Countys 4th, 5th and 6th grade students write and present a 2 to 3 minute speech in hopes of making it to the County 4-H Tropicana Public Speaking Contest. class, classroom winners then compete for grade winners and grade winners to school contest. School contest winners then move on to the county level where competition gets rather stiff. introduction, body and conclusion is very impor Research has shown that if people begin speaking in front of an audience young they are less likely to be fearful as they get older. That is the goal of the annual 4-H/Tropicana Public Speaking Contest. The fun of the contest is to hear youth express themselves through topics of their choice. This year the following spoke at the county level: 4th and 5th grade level: FROM LEFT 1st place winner Justin Day, 2nd place winner Hansen Gei ger, 3rd place winner Noelle Prichard, Honarable mentions are Evy Peddie, Ariana Martinez and Taryn Kirkland. 6th grade level: FROM LEFT Jace White Honarable mention, Cain Pullam Honorable mention, Emilea Thompson Honorable mention, 3rd place winner Kelsey Jones, 2nd place winner Brady Ped die and 1st place winner Lindsey Marotta. Justin Day was not able to participate in District so second place Hansen Geiger represented Lib erty County at the District contest in Tallahassee, Thursday, May 16. Hansen won 3rd place. Lindsey Marotta competed at District also winning 3rd place. Both did an excellent job. Tropicana Speech Elementary winners Tropicana Middle School Division winners up for the parent sponsored eighth grade for Washington D.C. trip for W.R. Tolar students, don't worry, we are having another meeting on Tuesday, May 28 at 6 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center. Our prices have lowered and we want to make sure no one is left out. If you have any questions, please contact Dawn Murphy at 643-6390 or Debbie Shepard 545-5544.Second sign-up date for Washington D.C. trip will be May 28 The upcoming Seniors have selected the following students to lead their class next year. Candy Bryant will serve as their President, Justin Terry will support her as Vice-President, Blayne Cherry will serve as Secretary, Calen Masai was selected as Treasurer and Missy Newsome will serve as Chaplain. President Candy Bryant said, I am looking forward to the upcoming year. I have a lot of ideas for the class and am excited to act upon them. The upcoming Juniors have also cast their bal lots and the results are in. Thomas Howell was se lected to serve as President, Emily Childress will serve as Vice-President, Bryce Davis as Secretary, Amber Raisbeck as Treasurer and Walker Strawn will serve his class as Chaplain. When asked to comment on the election results, President Thomas Howell replied, I am looking for ward to working with my classmates. The students have se lected an outstanding group of leaders for the 2013-2014 school year. The class spon sors are looking forward to and the students that are the BHS Class of 2014 & 2015.FROM LEFT: Upcoming senior class officers Blayne Cherry-Secretary, Missy NewsomeChaplain, Justin Terry-Vice-President, Candy Bryant-President and Calen Masai-Treasurer. President, Amber Raisbeck-Treasurer, Walker Strawn-Reporter, Emily Childress-Vice President and Bryce Davis-Secretary. On Friday, May 10, Pre-K through 5th grade students at Altha School were treated to a special event as they kicked off their FCA sponsored Field Day Rodeo Style. Students were able to watch a horsemanship demonstration conducted by Trey Young and Timmy Sanders, who both now reside in the Altha area. Students were amazed to see the cowboys skills as they were able to stand atop of their horses to pop their cow whips and to swing their ropes. They also showed how much trust their horses had in the cowboys as they were able to get Jack to lay on the ground as they continued to pop their whips around him. Trey Youngs show, An American Horseman airs on Channel 404 on Dish Network on Tuesday nights. The website www.treyyounghorsemanship.com will soon be up and running with information about Treys training program, facility and future horsemanship clinics. Kids who are aspiring cowboys and cowgirls and wanting to learn more about horses and riding should contact Trey at (850) 509-5560 to inquire about summer camp dates and information. Altha Public School would like to thank these cowboys for taking time out of their busy schedule to perform for the students on Field Day! Altha School Field Day RODEO STYLE ADOPT A PET ...FROM THE JOURNAL CLASSFIEDS! BECOME A VOLUNTEERBECOME A VITAL PART OF THE ADVOCACY TEAM. HELP AN ABUSED, NEGLECTED OR OTHERWISE AT-RISK CHILD BY BECOMING A VOLUNTEER GUARDIAN AD LITEM. DISCOVER HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN A CHILDS LIFE.FLORIDA GUARDIAN AD LITEM FOUNDATIONPHONE (850) 410-4642 BUMBLE BEE TRAPS

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BK. 47, P. 107-130 LESS 9AC (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 59 R0200900 $43.14 021-1N-7W-01157-002 9.690 AC HATCHER, JIMMY & VIVIAN SWEET WATER CREEK FARMS, 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 21,SEC 22-1N-7W 9.69 ACRESTHAT PORTION OF SEC 21 LYING NAND E OF CO RD LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT REAL PROPERTY TAX FOR THE YEAR 2012Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of May at 10:00 a.m. EST at Liberty Marie G. Goodman, C.F.C. Tax Collector, Liberty County, Florida LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT 2012 REAL PROPERTY TAX PAIDPAID PAID PAIDPAID PAID

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MA Y 22, 2013 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15 #C-270 AND N OFST RD #12 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 60 R0201000 $630.48 021-1N-7W-01157-003 362.270 AC OB0144P0241 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 21-1N-7W 362.27 LENGTHY METES AND BOUNDS DESC INCLUDING SEC 28 & 21 OR 144/241 EASEMENT OR 144/244 61 R0201200 $1073.18 022-1N-7W-01158-001 628.030 AC OB0151P0508 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 22-1N-7W 628.03 AC LENGHTY METES AND BOUNDS INCLUDING SEC 20, 21 & 28 OR 144/241 EASEMENT OR (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 62 R0201400 $323.03 023-1N-7W-01159-001 177.710 AC OB0151P0508 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRSTIOL, FL 32321 SEC 23-1N-7W 177.71AC PER OR 151/508 63 R0201900 $36.48 026-1N-7W-01162-001 5.690 AC OB0151P0508 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 26-1N-7W 5.69AC PER OR 151/508 64 R0202200 $114.05 027-1N-7W-01164-001 52.250 AC OB0151P0058 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 27-1N-7W 52.25 AC PER OR 151/508 65 R0202300 $988.13 028-1N-7W-01165-000 629.540 AC OB0144P0243 LIBERTY ESTATES, INC. 7704 NW MARTIN LUTHER KIN BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 28-1N-7W 629.54AC ALL SECTION, LESS .46 ACRES TO ST RD R/W. 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TH E 36 FT (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 78 R0225700 $81.45 031-1N-7W-01342-000 .177 AC LEHMANN, PATRICIA HORNSBY 2412 WINTER GREEN ROAD TALLAHASSEE, FL 32308 SEC. 31-1N-7W LOTS COM AT SW COR OF E 1/2 OF NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SEC 31 TH N 70 YDS E TO W BDY OF HWY (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 79 R0230900 $343.21 031-1N-7W-01398-000 1.033 AC EUBANKS, TEDDY P.O. BOX 567 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 31-1N-7W LOT COM AT A PT 300 FT E OF NE COROF LOT 9 TOWN OF BRISTOL TH E 150 FT TH S 300 FT TH W (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 80 R0232000 $177.90 031-1N-7W-01407-000 .129 AC EUBANKS, IDA VOLEE ESTATE P.O. BOX 174 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 31-1N-7W LOT BEGIN AT NE COR OF LOT 8 TOWN OF BRISTOL AND RUN E 75 FT TH S 75 FT TH W 75 FT (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 81 R0233500 HX $516.22 031-1N-7W-01424-001 .856 AC OB0130P0301 KIMBREL, HELEN M. 19368 NW STATE ROAD 12 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 31-1N-7W COM AT NW COR OF LOT 1 BLK 5 SOLOMONS ADT TO TOWN OF BRISTOL TH N 151ALG E (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 82 R0234700 HX $70.17 031-1N-7W-01435-000 .359 AC OB0176P0198 BARBER, MARK EDWIN 10778 NW MAIN ST BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 31-1N7W COM AT NE COR BLK 5 SOLOMON ADT TO BRISTOL GO N 140 FT E 185 FT TO POB. GO E 180 FT S (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 83 R0241800 $400.87 032-1N-7W-01497-000 1.000 AC OB0071P0445 HALL, HENRY AND NOMI P.O. BOX 358 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 32-1N-7W 1 AC COM SW COR SEC 31, TH N 374 FTTO POB TH N 239 FT TH E 171 FTS 239 FT W 171 FT TO (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 84 R0246100 HX $554.47 032-1N-7W-01520-000 5.120 AC OB0126P0426 BRANTLEY, TIMOTHY 12198 NW STATE ROAD 20 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 32-1N-7W 5.12 AC COM AT SW COR OF SE1/4 OF SEC 32-1N-7W & RUN N 00 DEG 29 MIN E 409.3 TO POB TH (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 85 R0246600 $1639.31 032-1N-7W-01521-004 .330 AC OB0176P0268 OWENS, KELLI N. P.O. BOX 345 HOSFORD, FL 32334 SEC 32-1N-7W & SEC 5-1S-7W LOT # 4 ( .33 AC ) PER O.R. BK. 120, PG. 446 OR 125/652 OR 135/92 OR 176/268 86 R0250500 HX $96.46 033-1N-7W-01532-001 5.030 AC OB0143P0310 SCHONVELD, KARS J. 166 PINCKNEY ST CHESTER, SC 29706-1846 SEC 33-1N-7W 5.03 AC COM AT ACON MON MARKING SW COR OF SEC 33 TH N 00D 28M 10S E ALG THE WLY BDY (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 87 R0250700 HX $232.93 033-1N-7W-01532-003 5.010 AC BURCH, CLEVIE LEE & WENDY P.O. 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AND ELLEN 9318 OLD WOODVILLE RD TALLAHASSEE, FL 32305 SEC. 12-2N-7W 8 AC ALL THAT PART OF SE1/4 OF NW1/4 W OF ASPALAGA ROAD LESS 2 ACRES TO SHIVER (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 118 R0381200 $227.36 021-2N-7W-01027-000 5.000 AC MCGLOCKTON, ALEX 1316 HERNANDO DRIVE TALLAHASSEE, FL 32304 SEC. 21-2N-7W 5 AC COM AT SW COR OF SW1/4 OF NW1/4 OF SEC 21 TH N 1155 TO POB TH E 1320 TH N 165 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 119 R0383200 $101.12 021-2N-7W-01030-003 .480 AC OB0145P0675 BRINSON, JOE & JANICE 4197 NW BETHEL RD BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 21-2N-7W .48 AC COM @ SW COR OF E 1/2 OF NE1/4OF SW 1/4 OF SEC 21 TH S 89DEG37MIN 47SEC E (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 120 R0397800 $89.47 029-2N-7W-01099-000 .340 AC OB0098P0016 HALL, NAOMI P.O. BOX 358 NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE FOR LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT 2012 REAL PROPERTY TAX continued from page 14 LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT 2012 REAL PROPERTY TAX continued on page 16PAID PAID PAID PAID PAID

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Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 29-2N-7W .34 AC BEG AT SW COR OF NE1/4 OF NE1/4 SEC 29 RUN N 28.5 N 60 20 MIN E 182 S 40 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 121 R0398000 $1553.83 029-2N-7W-01100-000 13.730 AC HALL, HENRY & NOAMI P.O. BOX 358 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 29-2N-7W 13.73 AC COM AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE E BDY OF SEC 29 & THE CENTERLINE OF SR #270 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 122 R0398100 $196.92 030-2N-7W-01101-000 4.000 AC OB0126P0549 JOHNSON, AENON V. AND CONFIDENTIAL SEC. 30-2N-7W 4 AC COM. AT BANK OF RIVER AT SEC. 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AND ALMA IRENE MARKS P O BOX 126 EASTPOINT, FL 32328 SEC. 19-5S-7W 2 AC BEGIN AT THE N SIDE OF BLACK CREEK ON THE E BDY OF R/W OF SR #65 AND RUN N ALONG (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 126 R0416900 HX $492.34 019-5S-7W-02118-000 1.000 AC OB0091P0276 FANT, JOANN HILL 40542 SW THOMAS J HILL RD BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 19-5S-7W 1 AC COM AT A CONCRETE MARKER 66 FTW OF THE C.L. OF SR #65 ON THE DITCH OF TOMMIE HILL (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 127 R0418300 HX $460.97 019-5S-7W-02131-001 .688 AC OB0139P0587 PETERSEN, HELEN N. 46415 SW STATE ROAD 65 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC 19-5S-7W LOTS LOTS 3,4,5,6,7 & 8 IN BLOCK 49TOWN OF SUMATRA O.R. BK. 97, P. 079 O.R. BK. (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 128 R0419900 $142.28 019-5S-7W-02147-000 .114 AC OB0103P0207 RICHARDS, GAIL 122 HATHCOCK RD APALACHICOLA, FL 32320-1063 SEC. 19-5S-7W LOT LOT 16, BLK. 37, TOWN OF SUMATRA O.R. BK. 60, P. 25 O.R. 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MA Y 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 17 SEC. 33-2S-8W 1.51 AC COM NE COR OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4 OF SEC 33 RUN W 165 YDS FOR POB TH RUN W 70 YDS (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 181 R0506600 $419.63 033-2S-8W-02558-012 2.970 AC CAMP SECLUSION, INC. P.O. BOX 878 MARIANNA, FL 32446 SEC 33-2S-8W 2.97 AC COM AT SE COR OF NW1/4 OF SEC 33 RUN N 89 DEG 16 MIN W 743.42 TO POB TH N 71 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 182 R0510900 $541.61 002-3S-8W-02580-000 1.310 AC OB0201P0057 STEVENS, BONITA AND LOGAN BARBEE, AS JOINT TE 17015 NW ANGLE STREET BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424 SEC. 2-3S-8W LOTS LOTS 1,2,3,4,5,6 BLK B ORANGE S/D DC OR BK 160/650 (LELA MCKUHENOR 161/386 (ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 183 R0511500 $474.62 002-3S-8W-02585-000 2.835 AC OB0165P0664 TAYLOR, ELBERT A.J. & MAX 25669 SW COUNTY ROAD 379 BRISTOL, FL 32321 SEC. 2-3S-8W LOTS 1,2 BLK C ORANGE SUBDIVISION ALSO COM. AT SW COR. 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C/O DAVID SATTERWHITE 856 APPALOOSA LN CANTOMENT, FL 32533 SEC. 1-4S-9W LOT LOT 21 BLK B ALSO 1/84 UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN FLORIDA RIVER PARK 199 R0560300 $150.53 001-4S-9W-02948-003 .221 AC OB0172P0434 TADLOCK-WOOTEN, DONNA H. 4708 ALAMEDA STREET PANAMA CITY, FL 32404 SEC. 1-4S-9W LOT 10 BLK C FLORIDA RIVER PARK ALSO 1/84 UNDIVIDED INTEREST O.R. BK. 31, P. 35 OR 170/3 DC 170/2 OR 172/434 200 R0564200 $62.99 024-4S-9W-02969-000 2.000 AC ROBERTS, MILDRED L. P.O. BOX 844 WEWAHITCHKA, FL 32465 SEC 24-4S-9W 2AC BEGIN SE COR SEC 24 RUN N70 YD W140 YD S70 YD E140 YD TO POB NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE FOR LIBERTY COUNTY DELINQUENT 2012 REAL PROPERTY TAX continued from page 16 LIBERTY COUNTY 2012 DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXNotice: All personal property taxes are drawing interest at the rate of 18% (percent) per year and unless the delinquent taxes are paid, warrants will be issued thereon pursuant to s.197.413 and the tax collector will apply to the circuit court for an order directing levy upon seizure of their personal property of the taxpayer for the unpaid taxes. 1 P0000700 $701.69 00009-000 BUNKLEYS QUALITY CABINET 16249 NE SHULER ST HOSFORD, FL 32334 2 P0003000 $490.44 00033-002 NORTH FL ICE VENDING 221 W. HIBISCUS BLVD. MELBOURNE, FL 32901 3 P0004400 $3952.10 00055-000 GULF COAST AGGREGATES, LL P.O. BOX 551 CARRABELLE, FL 32322 4 P0009400 $1417.95 00152-004 WASTE RECYCLERS HOLD INGS, C/O WCA WASTE SYSTEMS, IN ONE RIVERWAY STE 1400 HOUSTON, TX 77056PAID PAID PAID PAID The Calhoun-Liberty Journal Classieds EMAIL: thejournal@fairpoint.net wallet by listing your unused items in Tobacco Free Florida and Florida Department of Health raise awareness of tobacco industry targeting kidsCalhoun and Liberty County supports World No Tobacco Day The Florida Department of Health recognizes May 31 as World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), an international day of action in response to the worldwide tobacco epidemic. Across the state, the Florida Department of Healths Tobacco Free Florida campaign, youth activists, and community supporters will shed light on the tobacco industrys continued efforts to target youth and young adults. In its 26th year of observance, the World Health Organization (WHO) selected   "Ban tobacco ad vertising, promotion and sponsorship"   as the 2013 theme of World No Tobacco Day. This observance targets the tobacco industrys evolving marketing practices, which respond to successful tobacco control initiatives and reduced rates of cigarette use by revamping their strategies and product selection. Though certain forms of tobacco marketing have been restricted over the years, tobacco com panies increasingly focus their efforts and dollars on promoting cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and other tobacco products in the retail environment, spending $7.3 billion in the United States in 2010 on strategies that facilitated retail sales. Florida Department of Health addresses tobacco advertising and promotion, working at the local level and focusing on retail environments that target youth. The following are efforts to prevent youth tobacco use: amending the Florida Clean Indoor Air Act, giving school boards the authority to designate all district property as tobacco free. Currently, both Calhoun and Liberty County School Districts have adopted each county. resolutions urging local vendors to cease the products, which are widely considered to be starter products. and assist multi-unit housing properties to go smoke-free, not only protecting Floridians from toxic secondhand smoke, but de-normalizing tobacco use. ties have taken the bold step to enact 100 percent smoke-free campus policies. Numerous tobacco industry documents show that the tobacco companies perceive youth as an important target, said Tobacco Free Florida Bureau Chief Shannon Hughes. Years after those documents were made public, the tobacco compa nies continue to develop products and marketing campaigns aimed at young people. While their tactics may change, the consequences remain the same: addiction, disease, and premature death. In the U.S., nearly nine out of 10 smokers start by age 18. Two out of 3 youth visit a convenience store at least once a week. Studies show that teens by promotional pieces in these stores. Despite these numbers, substantial progress has been made in Florida and the state is committed to continued efforts. Since Tobacco Free Florida launched in 2007, there are 70,000 fewer youth who smoke cigarettes. Florida's high school smoking rate, currently at 10.1 percent, is below the national average. World No Tobacco Day is the World Health Organizations annual effort to inform the inter national community about the dangers of tobacco, the business practices of tobacco companies, how people around the world can claim their right to health and protect future generations. In recent years, WHO has leveraged WNTD to highlight its Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), the global tobacco control treaty that outlines provisions regarding reduced demand and supply of tobacco products.About Tobacco Free Florida Tobacco Free Florida is a statewide cessation and prevention campaign funded by Floridas tobacco settlement fund.   Tobacco Free Florida is managed Bureau of Tobacco Free Florida. Smokers and smokeless tobacco users interested in quitting are encouraged to call the Florida Quitline at 1-877-U-CAN-NOW to speak with a Quit Coach. To learn about Tobacco Free Florida and the states free com or follow the campaign on Facebook at   www. facebook.com/TobaccoFreeFlorida.It may smell and taste like candy and come in bright packages, but the Liberty County Commissioners want the hands of the countys youth. Watermelon, Blueberry, Grape, Apple, Peach, and Vanilla are just some of the the area convenience stores. Emily Whittaker, a senior at Liberty County High School, stood before the Liberty County Commisresolution urging all local retailers to cease the sale resolution was passed. It is amazing knowing that I According to the 2012 Florida Youth Tobacco Survey, 19.5% of Liberty County youth ages 11-17 is only 13.9%. With 90% of adult smokers beginning tobacco products such as cherry, peach and water melon are marketed and produced as a way to entice youth and young adults into becoming Big Tobaccos next customers. LCHS senior Emily Whittaker petitions Commission to end sale of tobacco in Liberty Co.

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Page 18 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 Robert F. Munroe DAY SCHOOLThursday, May 30, 2013 7:00 ESTCollege Prep K-12 Comprehensive School 91 Old Mt. Pleasant Rd., Quincy, FL. 32352 PHONE (850) 856-2004 ~ www.rfmunroe.org Think you t afford a private education? YOU CANT AFFORD NOT TO!scholarships available. Stanford 10 Achievement Testing, EXPLORE, PLAN, PSAT, ReadiStep ACT Test site on campus. and SACS accredited. 2013 gradearn Bright Futures Scholar ships. graduation of 2012 graduates enrolled in college. and off-campus. state tournament. Tennis, golf college scholarships in the last 2 years. dents enrolled. mosphere and support, Parents for Munroe Organization. curriculum including Glee/Music, Ed, French & Spanish, Humanities, Creative Writing, Journalism. Key Club and more. ratio. by Lynetta Usher Griner President, Florida Forestry Association Recently it has become fashionable to disparage the use of paper in favor of electronic devices and transmittals. Like a lot of fashions, this makes no sense. The premise of anti-paper cam paigns is that paper is bad for the envi ronment and unnecessarily consumes vital natural resources. In reality, using paper and other forest prod ucts provides environmental ben Paper comes from trees, which are a renewable resource. When trees are cut down to make paper, more are planted and grown to take their place. Through this cycle, working forests provide habitat for wildlife; recharge areas for clean water; and a natural process for removing carbon from the air. The electronic alternatives being pushed to replace paper are not as environmentally friendly as their supporters would have you believe. Science of the Total Environment, an international research journal, estimates that discarded devices create approximately 50 million tons of electronic waste each year. These products contain a variety of non-renewable materials that are not only harmful to the environment but also to the people living in the areas where they are dumped. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that only eight percent of mobile devices are recycled. The rate for recycling computers is 38 percent. The rate for recycling paper? More than 63 percent. needs. Among others things, it is used to make dollar bills. This is es pecially appropriate considering the forest industrys $14.7 billion impact to our states economy. In addition working forests also provide jobs to 90,000 Floridians. The connection between the nomic impact cannot be emphasized enough. Sustainable forests are not free; proper land management costs money. Our government cannot af ford to own or maintain all the forest land that is needed for environmental purposes or public use. Without the forest industry, pri vate landowners cannot afford to, either. The market for forest prod ucts is a key element in the ability to maintain forestlands. Without a demand for wood from mills and other forest product users, working forests would have to be converted to hoods. As Florida becomes more and more urbanized, the pressure to grow houses instead of trees continues to intensify. Like all of us, forests must work if they are going to survive. By buying and using paper and other forest products, consumers help maintain the health and sustainability of work ing forests. In turn, working forests help maintain a healthy environment and strengthen the economy. Anti-paper campaigns might be trendy right now, but the truth is that working forests were green long before green was in fashion.COMMENTARYForests were green long before green was in fashion Tigers send Bulldogs home scoreless in Spring scrimmageBlountstown overcomes LCHS 22-0

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MA Y 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 19 Telephone (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& Crematory ...Because the greatest gift you can give your loved one is peace of mind.Call Todd today for a free pre-planning consultation. We accept pre-arranged contracts from any funeral home, lock in todays prices forever. Affordable payment plans for both cremations and burials. Transferable if you move. www.bevisfh.comTELEPHONE (850) 643-3636 & Crematoryevis FuneralHome Bristol B Todd Wahlquist and Rocky BevisLicensed Funeral Directors Two locations to serve youBlountstown and Bristol674-5449 or 643-5410Visit us online: www.adamsfh.com In Loving Memory ofDarryl F. CarpenterJuly 19, 1959 May 25, 2000Our lives are so very empty since you will never go away because you were loved so much. We pray daily for comfort and guidance, but our only consolation is that we will all be together again one day. What a reunion that will be! With all our love, OBITUARIES ALTHA Barbara Ann Williford Hand, 74, of Altha, passed away Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at her home in Altha. She was born on May 6, 1939 in the Alliance Community and had lived in Altha for most of her life. She worked for LeHigh Furniture Company in Marianna for a number of years and was a caregiver for several years. She was a member of the Altha Church of God. Survivors include one son, Greg Williford of Altha; four daughters, Terri Mathis and Gwen Ellis, both of Panama City, Darlene Folsom and her husband, Larry of Marianna and Wanda Jackson of California; one brother, Michael Ray and his wife, Dianne of Summerville, SC; two sisters, Alene Whitehead and Edwina Johnston and her husband, Wes, all of Altha; nine grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services were held on Saturday, May 18 at the Altha Interment followed in Chipola Cemetery. Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. HOSFORD Mary Sewell, 80, of Hosford, went to be with the Lord Sunday, May 19, 2013. She was born July 26, 1932 in Quincy, to the late J.D. and Pauline Chaso) Elliott. She was a homemaker and was a mem ber of Mt. Zion United Pentecostal Holiness Church in Hosford. Survivors include her husband, R.D. Sewell of Hos ford; three sons, Robert Dowdy and his wife, Connie and Michael David Sewell, all of Hosford, Gregory Lee Sewell of Louisiana; three daughters, Hazel Marie Sewell and Meagan Sewell, both of Hosford, Linda one brother, James David Elliott and his wife, Fran ces of Telogia; two sisters, Florence Marshall and her husband, T.W. of Sopchoppy and Geneva Powell and her husband, Dick of Belleview; 10 grandchildren, Robby Dowdy, Ashley Dowdy, Jonathan Erby, Hunter Carpenter, Hailey Sewell, Gavin Sewell, Eric Sewell, Beau Landrum, Blake Landrum and Brooklynn Hunt; many nieces and nephews. Services will be held on Wednesday, May 22 at 11 a.m. (ET) at Mt. Zion United Pentecostal Holiness terment will follow in Sanders Cemetery in Hosford. Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrange ments. Online condolences may be made at adamsfh. com. BLOUNTSTOWN William Armond Bill Ayers, Sr., 85, of Blountstown passed away Friday, May 17, 2013 in Blountstown. He was born on February 6, 1928 in Jackson County and had lived in Calhoun County for most of his life. He was a retired commercial and residential contractor and carpenter. During his many years, he constructed hundreds of homes and apartment buildings. He also worked on the Capital Building in Tallahassee, W.T. Neal Civic Center in Blountstown and the Jai Alai building in Chattahoochee. He gave numerous young men in our community their build good character. He had a love for farming the land and watching it grow. He was a 1947 graduate of Blountstown High School, a Veteran of WWII serving in the United States Navy and a member of the First Baptist Church in Blountstown. He was preceded in death by his wife, Kay Ayers; one son, Billy Ayers; one brother, Herbert Spencer Ayers; one sister, Katherine Smith. Survivors include, one son, Spencer Ayers and his wife, Pam of Blountstown; one Daughter, Cynthia Aultman and her husband, Jimmy of Blountstown; One brother, James M. Ayers and his wife, Dot of Blount stown; three sisters, Jessie Mae Price and Abbye Faurot and her husband, Billy, all of Blountstown, Carolyn Dykes of Morgan City, LA; four grandchildren, Cindy Golden and her husband, Grant, Derek Aultman and his wife, Danielle, Crystal McClellan and her husband, Todd and Stephen Ayers; nine great-grandchildren, Britt, Lane, Kaylin, Kelsey, Alex, Kaydan, Alicia, Will and Gabe; two great-great-grandchildren, Mason and Konnor. Services were held Sunday, May 19 at Peavy Funeral Home Chapel with Chaplin Ronnie Wright and Nettle Ridge Cemetery. Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. LIVE OAK William Goree Odom of Live Oak, passed away Tuesday, May 14, 2013 in Live Oak. He was born September 27, 1944 in Quincy to the late Homer Goree and Lavonia Ruby Larkins Odom. He was a graduate of Liberty County High School and served in the United States Air Force from 1962 to 1964. He was a dedicated maintenance supervisor for Gold Kist and his favorite pastime was hunting and Survivors include one son, Billy Odom and his wife, Michelle of West Virginia; one daughter, Kim Tanner and her husband, Warren of Blountstown; three brothers, Lamar Odom and his wife, Linda of Lake City, Jessie Odom of Telogia and Goree Odom of Blountstown; two sisters, Myrlene Carson and her husband, Lewis and and Jared Odom and Brett, Colby and Hope Tanner; several nieces, nephews and other extended family. Graveside services were held on Thursday, May 16 at Lake Mystic Cemetery with Reverend David Interment followed. Adams Funeral Home was in charge of the arrange ments. Online condolences may be made at adamsfh. com. My mother, Jeanne B. Olin of Liberty County, was an earth bound angel before she left us the morning of April 19th after complications with pneumonia. It was a cold and rainy morning, around her was like an umbrella of light, love and renewal. My sister and I credit this to one wonderful angel that came to us the night before: Anna Hogan. Anna is a veteran nurse and hospice attendant at Big Bend Hospice in Tallahassee. Mom was in great pain, strug gling desperately for breath, unable to communicate, eat or drink. Our worst nightmare was taking place in front of our eyes and we felt helpless and unable to bring her any relief or comfort, until Anna Hogan arrived. She walked into Moms curtainedoff room, smiling gently through the rain still glistening on her face. Calmly and succinctly, she reviewed Moms situation, symptoms making it a point to learn the essence our relation ship together. Janet, my sister, told her of Moms secret desire not to die in front her children. After hearing all she needed, Anna stood and softly explained what was happening, what we should expect and what needed to be done for Moms comfort and our own. Your mother has been a proud woman all her lifein her appearance, the way she lived and how she raised you. It is bothering her to be untidy to be losing control and she doesnt want the image of her death to be the last image you have of her. Lets give her the dignity she deserves, as the living, loving and beautiful human being she iswhile she is still here with us. With that, Anna directed me out of the room, while she and Janet freshened Mom up every way they could. Instantly you could see the difference it made to Momand us. Moms breathing calmed down, her fever lowered; the pain seemed to have eased. Peace was returning to the room. Then Anna ex plained that Moms vitals were waning and how all systems were shutting down, one-by-one. Rever ently she said, Jeanne is now dying. She may hold on for two more hours or two more days. It is hard to tell. But I am fairly certain your Mom will not pass in your presence. So for her sake and your own, case. We all prayed together, cried together and said our goodbyes together, before hugging and driving off separately into the dawn, while Janet and I were driving back, Mom peace fully passed awaythe way she of her friends at CenterPoint. Anna was right. She knew Moms heartand ours. Like an enlightened spiritual guide, she led us through this foreign much like an experienced caddie at a golf course youve never played before and only get one chance to get it right. We werent afraid of the situmake any mistakes that could be avoided for Moms sake her comforther last chapter. So today, from our family, to Anna Hogan and her family in Quincy: thank you Anna for be ing our Angeland our Moms. Rob and Janet Olin Tallahassee SPEAK UP!WITH A LETTER TO THE EDITORWrite: The Calhoun-Liberty Journal P.O. Box 536, Bristol 32321 Anna, Angels and Mothers Day: Hospice attendant makes a difference for a dying woman and the family facing her death Become a Volunteer Help an abused, neglected or otherwise at-risk child by becoming a Volunteer Guardian ad Litem. Discover how you can make a difference in a childs life.Florida Guardian ad Litem Foundation

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Page 20 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 Keaton Ellis walks down the aisle to take his place on stage. LEFT: Grayson Faircloth beams as he accepts his diploma and gets a congratla tory handshake. RIGHT: First row, from left: Gavin Wright, Chaff Langston, Lyric McNeil, Abbie Burke and Konner Earnest. Middle row: Blaire Hayes, Kaitlyn Lambert, Fletcher Bryant and Siannah Lollie. Top row: Jake Kent (adjusting his hat), Kaymen Baker, Lex Herndon and Deanna Weston. PUBLIC AND LEGAL NOTICES INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received by the Calhoun County School Board until 4:00 P.M., CDT, Tuesday, June 11, 2013, for the purchase of the following: Gasoline and Diesel for use in the operation of public vehi cles, school buses and school plants. LP Gas for use in lunchrooms and schools of Calhoun Coun ty. Any additional information or bid forms required may be School Superintendent, 20859 Central Ave. E., Rm. G-20, Blountstown, Florida. Bid forms must be used by each bidder submitting a bid. Otherwise bids will not be consid ered. Any bid submitted after the be opened or considered. The Board accepts no responsibility for mailed proposals that arrive after the above stated time, even though the envelope may above date. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. The decision of the Board will drawn by any bidder for a peri od of thirty (30) days after bids are opened. Kenneth Speights, Chairman Calhoun County School Board ATTEST: Ralph Yoder, Superintendent Calhoun County Schools5-15, 5-22, 5-29, 6-5 ________________________________INVITATION TO BID The Calhoun County School Board will receive sealed bids until 3:00 PM, CT, Monday, June 10, 2013, for the purchase of the following: Milk Products (Low Fat 1% and Flavored-Chocolate and Strawberry) for use in the school caf eterias for the bid period of July 1, 2013 June 30, 2014. Bread Products (Whole Grain Rich hamburger buns, wiener buns, sub buns and sandwich loafs) for use in the school caf eterias for the bid period of July 1, 2013 June 30, 2014. Any additional information or bid forms required may be ob perintendent, 20859 Central Avenue East, RM-G20, Blountstown, Florida 32424. Each bidder submitting a bid must use bid forms, otherwise bids will not be considered. Any bid submitted after the be opened or considered. The Board accepts no responsibility for mailed proposals that arrive after the above stated time even though the envelope may above stated date. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. The decision of the Board will drawn by any bidder for a peri od of thirty (30) days after bids are opened. Kenneth Speights, Chairman Calhoun County School Board ATTEST: Ralph Yoder, Superintendent Calhoun County Schools5-15, 5-22, 5-29 & 6-5 ________________________________SEALED BIDS Surplus PropertyThursday, May 30, 2013 Opening @ 9:00 AM, EST. INSPECTION: Monday, May 20, Thursday, May 23, Tues day, May 28 and Wednesday, May 29 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Included in the sealed bid will be the following types of items: Sofas Kilns Medical Equipment Tables File Cabinets Electronic Equipment Shelving Bookcases Computer Tables Chairs Wardrobes Desks Stainless Steel Items AND MANY OTHER ITEMS LOCATION: Florida State Hospital, Property Manage ment, Building #1152, Chattahoochee, FL TERMS: Payment in full re quired by June 4th, 2013. Cash, Check, Money Order, or Cashiers Check made payable to Florida State Hospital. REMOVAL: As soon as paid for or by June 6th, 2013. Any lots not removed by the close of business on June 6th, 2013 will revert back to FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL. There will be no refunds. Help will be available to assist with loading. Any questions call (850)6637317 or 7318. FSH/APD/ARAMARK EMPLOYEES WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE Florida State Hospital is a tobacco free facility.5-15, 5-22 ________________________________IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO.: 2013-015-PR IN RE: ESTATE OF MANUEL RAY GATLIN, Deceased, ___________________/ NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS HAV ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ES TATE AND ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the administration of the Estate of ber 2013-015-PR is pending in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate Divi sion, 20859 Central Avenue, Blountstown, Florida 32424, the address of which is the Cal houn County Courthouse. The Personal Representatives attorney is set forth below. All persons having claims or demands against the Estate are required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to Court a written statement of any claim or demand they may have. Each claim must be in writing and must indicate the basis for the claim, the name and address of the creditor or his agent or attorney and the amount of the claim, if secured, the security shall be described. The claimant shall deliver suf the Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail a copy to the Personal Representative. All persons interested in the Estate to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad ministration has been mailed are required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION objection they may have, or the Representative, or the venue or jurisdiction of the Court. Dated this 20th day of May, 2013. Barbara Jean Throne Florida Bar No. 776505 Chipola Law P.A. 17451 Main Street North Blountstown, FL 32424 (850) 674-3333 Fax (850) 674-3335 ChipolaLAW@aol.com Counsel for Personal Repre sentative Christell Jackson Personal Representative P.O. Box 48 Blountstown, FL 32424 5-22Hosford Kindergarten Graduation With a head full of orange curls pouring out from under her cap, Natalie Mansell collects her diploma from Liberty County School Superinten dent Gloria Uzzell at Fridays kindergarten graduation program at Hosford School. The kids were all smiles as they marked this milestone at the beginning of their education. SHARON AUSTIN PHOTOS Imma Orama smiles as she takes part in Fridays ceremony.

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MAY 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 21 The Journal JOB MARKET Help Needed Waldorff Ace Hardware in Altha is looking for part time help in the LUMBER YARDDuties include, but are not limited to: Assisting customer, unloading delivery trucks, loading materials for delivery and stocking lumber bins. Applications may be picked up 2615 N. Main Street in Altha. Liberty County School BoardJOB OPENINGThe School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the CUSTODIANQUALIFICATIONS: months experience with private company. the Superintendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: To provide the care, maintenance, sanitation, cleanliness sess effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to assume assigned responsibilities and work harmoniously with others. Ability to organize and prioritize. Clean and sani cets, drain pipes, mirrors, commodes, sinks, urinals, window window ledges, furniture and equipment in all assigned areas daily. Sweep or vacuum and mop hard surfaces of assigned rooms and corridors daily. Vacuum and spot clean assigned carpeted rooms and hallways daily. Empty and clean trash for spills and mishaps throughout the facility. COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $22,462.00 $25,262.00Applications will be received from May 15, 2013 May 29, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. Liberty County School BoardJOB OPENINGThe School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the HEAD CUSTODIAN/ GROUNDSKEEPER/ FOREMANQUALIFICATIONS: Superintendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: custodial staff necessary for cleaning and maintaining a neat and visually appealing campus and grounds. Responsible for supervising custodial staff, maintaining grounds, ensuring that cient in the use of custodial equipment and cleaning chemi skills. Ability to assign responsibilities and work harmoniously with others. Ability to organize and prioritize. COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $30,391.00 $37,791.00Applications will be received from May 15, 2013 May 29, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. Liberty County School BoardJOB OPENINGThe School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE MANAGERQUALIFICATIONS: intendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Manage the entire school meal service operation to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Super vise and evaluate school food service personnel jointly with equipment. Extensive knowledge of planning, preparation and ty and sanitary practices in the food service operation. Ability to train and supervise food service personnel. Ability to main tain effective working relationships. Considerable knowledge of nutrition and food value. Ability to work at a fast pace. Basic English, accounting and mathematical skills. Ability to requisi tion food and supplies and maintain an inventory. COMPENSATION: Applications will be received from May 16, 2013 May 30, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. Liberty County School BoardJOB OPENINGThe School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE WORKER-FULL TIMEQUALIFICATIONS: months experience with private company is preferred. the Superintendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: cluding cash register. Ability to work harmoniously with school staff, students and fellow workers and provide friendly food service to participants. Ability to understand and follow writ ten and verbal instructions and demonstrate skill in cleanup and serving food. Ability to work at a fast pace and to stand clean areas and items assigned by the Manager. Assist with receiving and storing food and other supplies. Serve in any capacity which may be necessary. Take proper care of equip ment and facilities. Demonstrate proper health and sanitation practices. Serve on cafeteria line as assigned using proper portion control. COMPENSATION: Salary Range: $16,655.00 $17,675.00Applications will be received from May 15, 2013 May 29, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. Liberty County School BoardJOB OPENINGThe School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2013-2014 school year. sional References and Resume is required. It will need to be submitted in the Vacancies section under Human Resources/ Careers of the online application at the LCSB website, www. lcsbonline.org. On the Current Job Openings page, click on the Link, under How to Apply beside the position you are plication, it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop Those without computer access may come to the District tance will be provided, if needed. Reasonable accommoda tions for completing forms and interviews are available for people with disabilities when requested in advance. For a request for reasonable accommodations, please contact the SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE WORKER-PART TIMEQUALIFICATIONS: months experience with private company. is preferred. the Superintendent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: ment including cash register. Ability to work harmoniously with school staff, students and fellow workers and provide friendly food service to participants. Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions and demonstrate skill in clean up and serving food. Ability to work at a fast pace and to stand clean areas and items assigned by the Manager. Assist with receiving and storing food and other supplies. Serve in any capacity which may be necessary. Take proper care of equip ment and facilities. Demonstrate proper health and sanitation practices. Serve on cafeteria line as assigned using proper portion control. COMPENSATION: Applications will be received from May 15, 2013 May 29, 2013 at 5 p.m. Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or marital status. HIGDON FURNITURE COMPANY is now accepting applications for the following position: DIESEL MECHANICCummins experience and Class A CDL a plus. Forklift maintenance required. Fax resumes to hfchr@higdonfurniture.com. 5-22, 5-29

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Page 22 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL MAY 22, 2013 SERVICE DIRECTORY Whaley Heating & Air Conditioning (850) 674-4777FL LIC. # CMC1249570 Accepting: R Is ss 4433 NW C.R. 274 Altha, Fl 32421 (850) 762-9402 Cell (850) 832-5055Dozer and Excavation work Over 20 years experienceClay ONealsLand Clearing, Inc. William's HomeImprovements No Job Too Big or Small"Concrete work, landscape, pressure & screen enclosure Call 674-8092Licensed & Insured, contractor & rooferFOR FREE ESTIMATES at 674-8081 or 643-8561 (Cell) STUMP GRINDINGReasonable Rates & FREE Estimates! That Darn PumpThere is never a convenient time to be without water.WELLS For friendly service and never any overtime charges call, Clint Hatcher, OwnerElectrical Lic. # ER13014037 New Homes H Garages H Additions H Electrical Remodeling Foundations Screenrooms Sunrooms VINYL SIDING RESIDENTAL & COMMERCIAL FREE Estimates Serving Calhoun, Liberty & Jackson Counties JEMISON Heating & Cooling, Lic# RM1416924Carrier Equipment Masters Farm Supply LS Tractor Equipment Committed To Quality Since 1973 (850) 762-3222 faxmasters7@fairpoint.net Hwy 71 South on J.P. Peacock Rd, Altha. Day or night,Check out our prices before Margies Florist DAVID SMITH OFFICE (850 674-2125 (850) 643-7544 Clarksville Florida Lic No: RM0066477 To place your ad call us at 643-3333 CLJ NEWS .COM Mossy Pond Carnival Statewide hurricane exercise under wayTALLAHASSEE Floridas State Emergency Response Team (SERT) hosts the 2013 Statewide Hurricane Exercise Monday, May 20 through Thursday, May 23 at the State Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee. The annual exercise serves to practice Floridas emergency plans and procedures for a potential hur ricane making landfall in the state, in preparation for the upcoming Atlantic Hurricane Season. Along with federal, local and private-sector partners, FDEM will simulate emergency response efforts to manage an evolving hurricane scenario. Last year, Floridians were re a tropical system can have on a community, said Bryan W. Koon, director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Hur ricanes and tropical storms are a reality of life in Florida, and I en courage all residents and visitors to take the opportunity to review their emergency plans and disaster supply kits in preparation for the upcoming Atlantic Hurricane Season. The 2013 Statewide Hurricane Exercise scenario centers on the storms, Hurricane Kirk and Hurri cane Lay. Hurricane Lay is named in honor of the late Brevard County Emergency Management Director Bob Lay, a nationally respected emergency manager. The 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins Saturday, June 1. Make sure your family and business are prepared to follow the hurricane threatens your community by knowing the nearest shelter, mak ing an evacuation plan and having a disaster supply kit. For more information, visit www. FloridaDisaster.org. Floridas seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 7.2 percent in April 2013, the lowest since September 2008, when it was 7.0 percent. The April rate was down 0.3 percentage point from the March rate of 7.5 percent and was 1.7 percentage points lower than the year ago rate of 8.9 percent. There were 680,000 jobless Florid ians out of a labor force of 9,411,000. The U.S. April unemployment rate was 7.5 percent. Floridas seasonally adjusted total nonagricul tural employment was7,515,400 in April 2013, an increase of 17,000 jobs. The unemployment rate for the Chipola Workforce Region(Calhoun,Holmes,Jackson,Liberty, Washington)was 5.8 percent in April 2013. This was 1.6 percentage points below the regions year ago rate. Out of a labor force of 49,086, there were 2,853 unemployed region residents. ---UNEMPLOYMENT RATES ---Apr-13 Mar-13 Apr-12 Liberty.................5.6 5.8 6.8 Calhoun...............6.1 6.4 7.8 Holmes.................5.2 5.6 6.7 Jackson.................5.3 5.7 6.9 Washington...........7.4 7.8 9.0 Chipola Region.....5.8 6.2 7.4Unemployment for April 2013 lowest since Sept. 2008

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MA Y 22, 2013 / THE CALHOUN-LIBER TY JOURNAL Page 23 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDSTo place your ad, call 643-3333 by noon Eastern Time on Monday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. ITEMS FOR SALE new, $400. Above ground swimming pool, $1,500 or trade for small vehicle. Gun cabinet, $75. Electric wheelchair lift for a vehicle, includes a class 3 hitch, $300. Call 209-6306. 5-22, 5-29 8x16 dual axel trailer, with stake $1,000. 6x12x3 dump trailer, dual ram, $3,000. 80 gallon 5 hp 175 PSI MAX Cobalt compressor, hot tub, wood shell, 6 square with cover, $800. Call 850-663-6256. 5-22, 5-29Jubilee electric music organ for donation. Needs to be picked up. Call 850-663-6256. 5-22, 5-29Two Classical guitars, one with case, $45. One without, $40. 100 VCR movies, two storage cases. $40. Call 674-6242. 5-15, 5-22Intex 18x48 Easy Set swim With upgraded Intex 643-5607, leave message. 5-15, 5-22 FURNITURE Four High-back oak bar stools, $100 for set. Call 643-2440. 5-22, 5-29 with overhead pullup ring. $100. Call 850-777-1104. 5-15, 5-22 red leaf pattern, in great shape. $300. Black leather couch. $200. Call 674-5583. 5-15, 5-22Lots of good used furniture for sale at the Calhoun-Liberty Minis try Center thrift store. Come check us out. Located on Hwy. 20 East of Blountstown. Call 674-1818. UFN APPLIANCES New Wave oven, $30. Call 6746242. 5-15, 5-22 The Cal houn-Liberty Ministry Center needs old washers, dryers, deep freezers, refrigerators, stoves and other metal appliances. You may drop them off at the cen ter anytime. Call 674-1818. UFN ELECTRONICS processor, monitor, scanner, printer, 2 keyboards, 2 mouses, speakers, cables. $135. Call 674-6242. 5-15, 5-22 AUTO ACCESSORIES all-season tires, still in wraps, P225/60R16, Paid $230 for the two, asking $140 OBO for both. Call 643-2679. 5-15, 5-22 CARS 1995 Cadillac Seville, needs repairs. $500. Call 674-5583. 5-15, 5-22 4WD, 3.3 V6 engine, loaded with tow package. $4,900. Call 379-8308. 5-15, 5-22 TRUCKS 2001 Ford F-150, four door. Runs and looks good. $4,000 OBO. Call 272-1181. 5-22, 5-291990 Chevrolet Cheyenne, long wheel base, new paint, inside to tally refurbished, stereo, in great condition. $4,500 OBO. Call 2721735. 5-22, 5-292002 GMC Yukon, A/C, cruise, power leather seats with heat, runs good, 276,000 miles. Locally serviced on regular basis. $3,250. Call 850-899-0491. 5-22, 5-291966 Ford custom cab shortwheel base, original 352 V8, 3 speed on column, runs and drives, Some rust. $3,500. Call or text 447-1022. 5-15, 5-221995 F-150 Ford, 8 cylinder, new tires. $3,500. Call 447-1290. 5-15, 5-22 PETS/SUPPLIES Male donkey, free to a good home. Must pick him up. Call 6437667. 5-22, 5-29 six weeks old, free to a good home. Call 6747854 or 643-1519. 5-22, 5-29 approxigood home. Call 674-7854 or 6431519. 5-22, 5-29English game chicks, 2 1/2 weeks old, straight run, $5 each. 2 month old English game hens and roosters, $20 each. Call 3722996. 5-22, 5-29Kitten, two months old, blue eyes and orange ears, male, litterbox trained. Free to a good home. Call 372-2738. 5-22, 5-29Assorted chicks, $2 each. Eastern wild baby turkeys, $10 each. Call 643-8492. 5-22, 5-295 dogs, free to a good home. Call 643-3411. 5-22, 5-29tan, white, and tan/white mix. 5 boys and 3 girls. Sweet and friendly, needs good home. Call 762-2955. 5-22, 5-29Rabbits, 3 lionheads; 5 New Zealands, 6 months old; 10 baby New Zealands, 3 weeks old, with mother, $75. Call 379-9410 or 570-2894. 5-22, 5-29 2 males and 1 female. Free to a good home. Call 379-9501. 5-15, 5-22 HUNTING & FISHING Muzzle loader with case and 50 caliber bullets, rattling horns, deer callers, scent killer body wash, shampoo, de wipes, dryer sheets, bullet starter, gun cleaning kit and pad, pelletized powder, gloves, hunting um brella. All in carrying pouch. $200. Call 693-3427. 5-22, 5-29 with trolling moin good condition. $4,500. Call 643-5240 or 477-0748. 5-22, 5-29Leisure Craft 14 boat, no motor, 2 seats, light weight. $600. Call 850-663-6256. 5-22, 5-29 7mm mag., 2 boxes of shells, or text 850-573-5656. 5-22, 5-29Matthews Heli M bow, fully loaded with Down Force rest, 3 arrow quivers, trophy ridge sight. RH 70# limbs, also Wind Jammer sta bilizers. $600, no trades. Call or text 850-573-5656. 5-22, 5-29 with trailer, 50 hp engine, with built in battery charger, auto primer, live leaks. Trailer has been rebuilt. $1,500 OBO. Call 379-3068. 5-22, 5-291976 Waikiki jet boat, Oldsmobile 350 V8 engine, Berkley pump, Hardin exhaust, 19 ft long, custom paint, older restoration, still needs a little work. $3,500. Call or text 447-1022. 5-15, 5-22 T-hull with a 50 hp Mercury motor, trolling motor, trailer in good condition, $2,000 OBO. Call 643-8263 after 6 p.m. weekdays. UFN HOMES & LAND 24x32 Building in Marianna, windows and electric, endless possibilities, must be moved. Price reduced to $12,000. Call 850-526-0114. 5-22, 5-29 TOOLS & HEAVY EQUIPMENT 1939 Ford 9N four cylinder farm tractor, engine totally rebuilt and converted to a 12 volt system. Body panels repaired/replaced with all new paint job, Four new tires, has drawbar with 3-point hitch. 5 Woods Brothers bush hog included. $2,900 for all. Can be seen by appointment only, call 643-3509 or 447-4811, leave message if no answer. 5-22, 5-29 YARD SALE Bristol Moving sale, Friday and Satur day 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., call 863-9788769 for directions. Blountstown Moving sale, Saturday, May 25, 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. rain or shine. Located at 20157 SW Dogwood Ave.(Behind Burger King off of Cypress St.) Curio cabinets, patio furniture, coffee table with 2 end tables, lamps, glassware, card tables, crystal vases and bottles, kitchen items, ironing boards and irons, VHS and DVD movies, Mc Coy pottery and other collectibles. Lots of misc. items. Call 674-6520. Clarksville Giant yard sale, Friday, May 31 until everything is gone. Located on State Road 73 South Clarksville, watch for signs. Books, nurse uniforms, household goods, clothes, Christmas decorations, picture frames, candle making supplies, cross stitch kits, bird houses, rocking horses, house lamps, craft books, CDs, and much more. Call 447-0797. REAL ESTATE WANTED: Will buy 10 to 1,000 acres, reasonably priced. Immediate closing. Phone (850) 544-5441 or (850) 570-0222 For Rent in ALTHA762-9555, 447-0871 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 RRENTALsS Call 762-9555, 447-0871 or 762-8597 7 days a week service UFN BD, 1 1/2 BA Townhouses BRISTOL Mobile home643-7740 FOR RENT BLOUNTSTOWN TRI-LAND INC, BRKR(813) 253-3258 OWNER FINANCINGNO QUALIFYING Mobile Homefor Rent in Bristol $400 month + $Call (850) 363-2849 HOUSES NO PETS R BCall 643-6646 Lawn ServiceQuality work & Reasonable RatesCall 447-2307 DEPENDAbBLE 5-15, 5-22 STARSCOPE Week of May 19 ~ May 25, 2013 Aries, life might get stressful really soon unless you curb your spending. Although you may feel like youre made of money right now, eventually the well will dry up. Making changes is seldom easy, but change is neces sary this week, Taurus. You may need to analyze which areas of your life can use the most work. GEMINI May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, kick back and have some fun in the next few days. Otherwise, you may waste an opportunity to re charge your batteries. Work responsibilities will not wait for long. CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, expect some rejuvenated ambition and energy. Spurred on by this newfound energy, you can successfully tackle many of the things on your to-do list. LEO Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, unless you can focus you will just be puttering around without a goal. Put your mind on one thing and stick with this line of thinking for a few days. Virgo, once you set your mind to something, it can be dif Libra, if you want someone to take you seriously you this week or you may come across as a pushover. SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, just when you think you have reached a dead end, a new path miraculously opens up. Dont miss your SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21 If practice makes perfect, then you have just about reached perfection, Sagittarius. You have been over and over something from every angle. It is now or never. CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, there are many things you will not be able to change about this week, so why focus on the negativity? Instead, work around any issues and get the job done anyway. You often seem immune to the seriousness of certain situations, Aquarius. This week is no different. Try to recognize the gravity of a certain situation and put your best foot forward. PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20Dont think that your efforts have gone unnoticed, Pisces. A few key people have been keeping track of your accomplishments. by Mike Barnhouse

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