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J OURNAL THE CALHOUNLIBERTY } 50 includes tax W ednesday August 6, 2014 Vol. 34 No. 32 Sheriff's Log............2 Arrest Reports............2 LCHS Garnet & Gold game Aug. 15 ................3 Michael Guilford Football Camp Aug. 16 ..........3 Two couples to celebrate 50th anniversaries...7 Bristol City Council minutes..........................9 Jobs........12 Obituaries.......13 Legals.......14 Accompanied by her father, former Florida Gov. Bob Graham The Gwen Graham campaign made a stop in Bristol Tuesday and the candidate had a powerful supporter by her side her father, former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham. She hopes to unseat incumbent Steve South erland as U.S. Representative for Floridas Second Congressional District. The father-and-daughter duo greeted the staff and custom ers at the Apalachee Restaurant, where they stopped for lunch along the campaign trail during an eight day, 14-county tour scheduled to conclude Wednesday in Panama City. TOP: Gwen Graham meets school district employees. LEFT: Joe Brown of Blue Creek jokes with the former governor. RIGHT: Gwen Graham talks with restaurant cus tomers. PHOTOS BY JOHNNY EUBANKS and DOMENICK ESGRO Three men, one juvenile arrested by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Four people, including one juvenile, were arrested Thursday by the Liberty County Drug Task Force when Ecstasy, marijuana and synthetic marijuana were found at a Garden of Eden Road residence. The arrests followed several monitored buys made by informants working with the task force. More arrests are pending. Those charged last week include: 26, three counts sale of marijuana, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of a Ecstasy) of more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance marijuana marijuana Investigators found marijuana both natural and synthetic in numerous containers and baggies scattered throughout the house, along with two sets of digital scales and many small baggies used to package the product hidden under a bed was found to contain a small baggie containing a white In all, investigators seized over eight ounces in synthetic marijuana, a little more than two ounces of marijuana, a small amount of Ecstasy and $524 in cash. ANDRA D. FOUNTAIN JOHN AMMONS KURTIS MATHIS Marijuana divided among several baggies and a large amount of cash were recovered last week. by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor man was arrested on charges of criminal use of a personal ID and fraudulent use of a credit card after a Calhoun County couple discovered over $400 in unauthorized transactions had been made on their Regions Bank debit card. investigation by the Calhoun was released from jail after posting $4,000 bond. report, the couple rented a store clerk later identified he needed to verify their information when they returned the truck and asked to see their debit card. They showed it to him. Later, when reconciling their checking account records, they discovered several suspicious charges that totaled up to the day they returned the Connection, the store where the rental business was located. The owners of the business told investigators they had received similar complaints involving the use of unauthorized credit cards from other customers there. They said they did not know his whereabouts at the time of the investigation but thought he could be in South Carolina. Investigator Michael Bryant had been previously arrested fraud and criminal use of personal information and had served time in prison. While looking into other items paid for using the debit card information, Bryant found online transactions were made through Google. Most of the purchases were for games and music. The debit card was also used to pay for inmate phone calls and a commissary account in verified that the transaction Cole, who is housed in a Washington County facility, previously served time with North West Florida Reception released from the Department The prison discovered a phone call between the inmate and a woman who told him his account. U-Haul rental clerk charged with stealing debit card info KEVIN R KUNTZMAN INSIDE JIM McCLELLANS OUTDOORS Down South The Wausau Possum Festival PAGE 11 Clip & Save PAGE 5
Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL AUGUST 6, 2014 ARREST REPORTS compiled by Journal Editor Teresa Eubanks CALHOUN COUNTY July 30 July 31 August 1 August 3 ********************************************** LIBERTY COUNTY July 30 July 31 August 1 August 2 August 3 SHERIFFS LOG Liberty County School District 20454 NE Finley Avenue TELEPHONE (850) 674-2221 ext. 100 Dr. Iqbal Faruqui, Dr. Misbah Farooqi Vicki Tew, ARNP The Oaks Restaurant LL Jumbo Shrimp Angus Beef 850-526-1114 Delicious Southern Home Cooking A 20-year-old Carrabelle man was arrested for deputy pulled him over for an equipment violation Sunday. When Jesse James White drove out from the Exxon parking lot in Bristol to go west on SR 20, the deputy suspended and noted in his report that White smelled of bloodshot. When asked if he had been drinking, White replied that he had two beers. White attempted to take A female passenger who was also under the age of 21 was riding with him. samples resulted in readings of .091 and .094. knowledge. Deputies responding to a report around 6:30 a.m. Sunday, arrived to that was still running. One deputy roused the man found in the westbound lane of State Road 20 while another went to see about the driver, Wuilfredo Hernandez, 24. Hernandez was asleep in his off the ignition and wake up the driver, who smelled strongly of report. When asked if he had been drinking, Hernandez he asked the deputy, He agreed to attempt Hernandez had While attempting to walk heel-totoe, he told the deputy, This is hard Hernandez was gave results of .137 and .127, well over the legal limit of .08. driving under the His passenger, who was believed a ride home. Hernandez listed a Bristol A man doing repairs on a trailer he was getting had moved in. Saturday after he returned had gotten inside, brought in an air mattress. inside the trailer. When he asked what she was doing there, she told him, had not rented the trailer and said she got in by pulling Woman settles in quickly; charged with trespassing with DUI after an off-duty Florida Highway Oaks area of Bristol as he attempted to get The trooper told the to see about the driver, he found him trying to trooper then took his keys. When deputies arrived and questioned his third attempt at standing on one foot and Man charged with DUI after trooper sees him hit mailbox, run off road
AUGUST 6, 2014 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 3 W ildflower alert This is a very common (Mar shallia graminifolia) Barbaras Buttons EMAIL: email@example.com ADS: firstname.lastname@example.org JOURNAL STAFF J THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL CLJNews 5,287 Wednesday, Aug. 6 Thursday Aug. 7 Friday, Aug. 8 Saturday, Aug. 9 Sunday, Aug. 10 Monday, Aug. 11 Tuesday, Aug. 12 Train Day Michael Holliday Terri Pitts & Jason Weiler Wayne Wiggins, Vicki Bennett, Joni Bodiford, James Lolley and Savannah Stephens Jim McClellan, Vicki Montford & Kip Davis Jean Weeks & Diane Holland Linda Haines, Tammy Pullam, Lynsey Hinson, Cheri Henderson & Carol Hobby Phillip Page, Odra Chapman, Violet Deese, Leslie Messer and Dudley Parker Pancake and Sausage Breakfast MEETINGS Wednesday, Aug. 6 Boy Scout Troop 200, Thursday, Aug. 7 room Blountstown Main Street, Saturday, Aug. 9 Altha Flea Market, Monday, Aug. 11 Bees, Tuesday, Aug. 12 UPCOMING EVENTS First Day of School for Calhoun and Calhoun Co. Youth Football sign-ups begin Fall Registration Its football time again! The 2014 Michael Guilford Future Tigers Football Camp is coming soon. The camp will be held on Saturday, August 16 at Bowles Field. The BHS football coaches and play ers will host the camp for students in grades 1-8. There is no cost for the camp and Tshirts and lunch will be provided. Reg istration will be from 8-9 a.m. and the camp will start at 9 a.m. and go to noon. Campers are encouraged to wear shorts, football cleats and sunscreen. Michael Guilford Future Tigers Football Camp Abused and neglected children in Jackson County need a strong, depend able voice in court!! There are currently 17 children without volunteer represen tation. If you would like speak for these children, please call (850) 747-5180 to learn more about becoming a Guardian ad Litem volunteer. Training is scheduled to begin in Marianna September 8, but preliminary application and interview are required prior to training. Master Gardener in Blountstown Its not too late to sign up for the 2014 UF/IFAS Extension Master Gardener Classes in Blountstown. Have you ever wanted to learn more about growing plants? Are you inter ested in growing fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants? Do you like help ing others? If you answered yes, then you may want to become a Florida Master Gardener. The Florida Master Gardener Pro gram is a volunteer-driven program which relies on dedicated volunteers who have an interest in gardening and in giving back to their communities. The Calhoun County Extension Ser vice is planning to teach the Florida Master Gardener Program on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings from Aug. 12 Oct. 11 and will cost $75. Master Gardener is a title given to individuals who receive horticulture training from County Extension Agents and agree, in return, to give back 75 hours of volunteer service helping their community through the local exten sion service. This particular class is in partnership with the Calhoun-Liberty Wellness Initiative. If you are interested in the Master Gardener Program, contact the Cal houn County Cooperative Extension Jackson County kids need help Attend the church of your choice today! Friday, Aug. 15 The annual Liberty County Bulldogs Garnet and Gold Game will be held Friday, Bristol. There is no charge for admis sion. The team will accept do nations and are in need of the following items: Sport, Gain) The game will begin at 8 p.m. and will follow the Lib erty County High School Open House, which is set from 6 7:30 p.m.
Page 4 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL AUGUST 6, 2014 Affordable Towing of Calhoun County The working persons choice! 24 hour service 17310 NW 11th St. Blountstown 674-3030 Your home town towing service. Towing starts at $35.00. rivertowninsurance @ hotmail.com MELISSA PITTS Owner/Agent COMMERCIAL Call or come by today for a Quick Quote at 674-1520 NEW HOURS: Mon. Fri. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. 12 p.m. (CT) Rivertown INSURANCE PIGGLY WIGGLY Down Home. Down The Street. Ramseys PIGGLY WIGGLY AUGUST DELI MENU MONDAY Rice n Gravy Lg. Lima Beans Mac & Cheese Greens TUESDAY Meatloaf, greens, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Butter Peas Mac & Cheese WEDNESDAY Ribs (Plain or BBQ) Cheesy Potatoes Italian Green Beans, Mac & Cheese, Greens THURSDAY Lasagna, California blend w/ Mac n Cheese Greens FRIDAY Cheese Grits Mac & Cheese Greens SATURDAY Mashed Potatoes Mac & Cheese, Greens SUNDAY Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Mac & Cheese Hot Fresh ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Laban Bontrager, DMD www.bristoldentalclinic.com DENTURE LAB ON PREMISES Same-Day Service on Repairs & Relines Bristol Dental Clinic Monica Bontrager, DMD Dempsey Barron Road, BRISTOL (off Hwy. 12 N) Phone (850) 643-5995 LIBERTY POST AND BARN POLE INC. got the fence posts to meet your needs. Gioia at Gadsden Arts QUINCY Learn to paint in acrylic on Saturday, Sept. 13 with master artist Dean Gioia, renowned for his use of light and atmosphere. In the Illuminated Roads one -day workshop, students will learn to paint quickly and apply new techniques by completing a painting in Dean Gioias signature subject, a path through a landscape, alongside the artist. Gioia, who has exhibited widely in the Southeast in his four -decade career, primarily depicts North Florida landscapes from near his home in Tallahassee. Gioias paintings incorporate the elements of light and atmosphere to bring the viewer to a moment where perhaps a glimpse beyond the veil of normal waking consciousness is possible (www.deangioia. com). Learn more about Gioia in his new book, Il luminated, the Paintings of Dean Gioia, a hardback book with 100 color plates, which will be available in August at the Gadsden Arts Center. Illuminated Roads workshop is from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 13. Intermediate to advanced students are invited to join. Tuition is $75 for GAC members, $85 to join and register, and $95 for nonmembers. Supply list will be provided upon registration. Contact Anissa Ford, Education Coordinator for more information at (850) 6275023 oranissa.ford@ gadsdenarts.org. Registration deadline: Sept. 1. The Gadsden Arts Center is located on Quincys historic Courthouse Square at 13 N. Madison St., 20 minutes from Tallahassee. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Admission is $1. Tours and information: (850) 8754866 or www.gadsdenarts.org. Into the Spring painted by master artist, Dean Gioia. TALLAHASSEE The Forest Service will celebrate the 70th birth day of an American icon, Smokey Bear, on Saturday, Aug. 9. The birthday celebration is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Wakulla Springs State Park in Wakulla Springs and will include fun activities for everyone includ ticket giveaways, pictures taken with Smokey, and a meet and greet Since his birthday on Aug. 9, 1944, Smokey Bear has been a rec ognized symbol of conservation and protection of America's forests. His has helped to reduce the number of (1944) to an average of 6.5 million prevention remains one of the most critical issues affecting our country. Many Americans believe that are started by humans. The principle trash burning on windy days, care less discarding of smoking materi als and BBQ coals, and operating equipment without spark arrestors. For more information please call (850) 681-5960. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will host its next Pancake and Sausage Breakfast on Saturday, Aug. 9 from 7 10:30 a.m. (CT). There will be delicious local made sausage and for all to enjoy. There will also be coffee, milk and orange juice to drink. Breakfast will be served at the Settlements log building Clubhouse. The cost for breakfast is $5 per adult (12 and older), $3 for children 5 to 11 and children under 5 are free. Join us at the Pan handle Pioneer Settle ment, located at 17869 NW Pioneer Settlement Road in Blountstown. For more information call (850) 674-2777 or email at ppsmuseum@ yahoo.com. Pancake & sausage breakfast Saturday The famous Old Fash ioned Ice Cream Social hosted by the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is set for Friday, Aug. 8 from 6 8 p.m. (CT). Admission is free. For more information contact Diane at (850) 674-2777 or email di ane@panhandlepioneer. org. Come learn how our grandmothers used to make jelly. The Pioneer Settlement will teach you this at a class on Saturday, Aug. 16 Share the experience with a loved one and make a lasting memory. Class is limited in space so please call now to reserve your slot. Costs is $15 per person and all tools are supplied for this class For more information contact Diane at (850) 674-2777 or email di ane@panhandlepioneer. org. Make plans to visit Veterans Memorial Rail road on Saturday, Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. 3 p.m. (ET) for a free train ride. The park has a Rail road Caboose you can walk in, two pavilions for picnics, a walking trail, a playground, an airconditioned depot with a train table with lots of trains for childrens play. To view our trains and for more informa tion go to VeteransMe morialRailroad.org and YouTube.com/Veteran sRailroad, or call 6436646, or 643-5491. Do nations are appreciated to help with the upkeep of the train. Ride the train for free this Saturday at Veterans RR
AUGUST 6, 2014 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 5 LIBERTY COUNTY 2014-2015 SCHOOL CALENDAR Liberty County School Calendar 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR Professional Development/Pre-planning for Teachers............Aug. 11-15 SCHOOL BEGINS ................................................ Monday, Aug. 18 Pre-School Begins...................................................................Aug. 25 1st Quarter Progress Reports Sent Home ....................................Sept. 17 FTE Week ......................................... ......................................Oct. 13-17 End 1st Nine Weeks ........ ...............................................................Oct. 15 Begin 2nd Nine Weeks..................................................................Oct. 16 1st Quarter Report Cards sent home ............................................Oct. 22 2nd Quarter Progress Reports sent home .... ................................Nov. 12 1st Semester Ends .........................................................................Dec. 19 Pre-Planning for Teacher/Data Analysis..................................Jan. 5-6 2nd Semester begins/school resumes...........................................Jan. 7 2nd Quarter Report Cards sent home ............................................Jan. 14 FTE Week.................................................................................. Feb. 9-13 3rd Quarter Progress Reports sent home ...................................... Feb. 11 Begin 4th Nine Weeks................................................................March 16 3rd Quarter Report Cards sent home ........................................March 18 4th Quarter Progress Reports sent home .....................................April 22 LCHS BACCALAUREATE ......................................................May 27 LCHS GRADUATION ..............................................................May 29 2nd Semester Ends/ LAST DAY FOR STUDENTS .................June 2 Post-Planning.............................................................................June 3-4 SUMMER SCHOOL................ ......................................June 10 July 21 Labor Day (NO SCHOOL).....................................................Sept. 1 Early Release Day/Teacher Planning.....................................Oct. 31 Veterans Day (NO SCHOOL)...............................................Nov. 11 Fall Break (NO SCHOOL).............................................Nov. 24-28 Thanksgiving Holiday (NO SCHOOL)............................ Nov. 27 Winter Break (NO SCHOOL).........................................Dec. 22-31 Christmas Holiday (NO SCHOOL)....................................Dec. 25 New Years Day (NO SCHOOL).............................................Jan. 1 Winter Break continued (NO SCHOOL)...........................Jan. 2-6 Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday (NO SCHOOL)..............Jan. 19 Early Release Day/Teacher Planning....................................Feb. 13 Teacher Planning Day (NO SCHOOL)................................Feb. 16 End 3rd Nine Weeks/Early Release/Data Analysis...............March 13 Spring Holiday (NO SCHOOL).................................March 23-27 Memorial Day Holiday (NO SCHOOL)..........................May 25 THIS CALENDAR SPONSORED BY Twin Oaks Juvenile Development, Inc. LOCATED ON SR 20 BRISTOL (850) 643-1090 CALHOUN COUNTY 2014-2015 SCHOOL CALENDAR THIS CALENDAR SPONSORED BY Calhoun County School Calendar 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR Pre-School Planning...............................................................Aug. 7 15 SCHOOL BEGINS.................................................Monday, Aug. 18 End of 1st grading period......................................................... Oct. 23 Report Card Day ............................................................................. Nov. 3 End of 2nd grading period........................................................ Dec. 19 End of 1st Semester ....................................................................... Dec. 19 Teacher Work Days.......................................................................Jan. 56 School resumes for students..........................................................Jan. 7 Report Card Day. ......................................................................... Jan. 14 FTE Week.................................................................................. Feb. 9-13 Holiday for Student & Employees..........................................Feb. 16 End of 3rd grading period......................................................March 20 Report Card Day ............................................................................April 6 End of 4th grading period ......................................................June 2 End of 2nd Semester............................................................June 2 GRADUATIONS: Blountstown High School ..........................................................May 28 Altha School .............................................................................May 29 Calhoun County Adult School..............................................June 1 Post Planning .............................................................................June 3 5 Labor Day (NO SCHOOL)...................................................Sept. 1Early Release Day/Professional Development.....................Sept. 29 Fall Holiday (NO SCHOOL).......................................................Oct. 20Early Release Day (Students dismissed at 1 p.m.)...................Oct. 31 Thanksgiving Holiday (NO SCHOOL)................Nov. 24-28 Early Release Day (Students dismissed at 1 p.m.).........Dec. 19 Christmas Holidays (NO SCHOOL).........................Dec. 22 Jan. 2 Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday (NO SCHOOL)...............Jan. 19 Early Release Day (Students dismissed at 1 p.m.)..........................Feb. 14 Spring Holiday (NO SCHOOL)...................................March 23-27 Early Release Day/ Professional Development.......................April 20 Memorial Day (NO SCHOOL)............................................May 25 Early Release Day (Students dismissed at 1 p.m.)................June 2 PIGGLY WIGGLY 674-5044 & 643-4017 Ramseys Families urged to prepare for hurricane season Whether youre new to Florida or a long time resident of the sunshine state, preparing for the up coming hurricane season can be made simple with a few important steps. NUMBER ONE: Make a Plan, Just Make It! This important step can save your family crucial time in the event of an emergency. With your fam ily, create a Family Emergency Plan that includes: How you will communicate with each other if separated or very young children What supplies, tools or equipment you and your family will need How will you meet your familys power needs Where you will go if you are requested to evacuate And a plan for your pets When it comes to hurricanes and tropical storms, does the area you live in experience storm-related to use necessary medical equipment in your home the potential challenges of communication, the pos sibility of an evacuation, and any health condition needs in your plan. Planning ahead will also give your kids a chance to feel included. Talk to them about their needs and concerns. NUMBER TWO: Build an Emergency Supply Kit! There are critical basic items all Emergency Sup ply Kits should include, yet make sure your kit meets your familys particular needs. Having at least three days of drinking water and healthy, non-perishable foods for each person is vital, yet having additional medications, health supplies and documents, or a special toy or book can be very important to your familys comfort during the days following an emergency. Purchasing a battery-operated, all-haz ards weather radio to provide alerts and updates for your immediate area is a great way to stay informed. for information during any emergency. NUMBER THREE: Know where to go! to know where you can go for safe shelter. Public Emergency Shelters will be announced if opened sure. Do you have friends or relatives you can stay bility or health-related challenges, each of Floridas counties maintains a registry of persons who may need assistance. You can pre-register for assistance to ensure appropriate help will be on the way. Check for instructions. The Florida Department of Health has prepared the Florida Emergency Preparedness Guide, available in multiple languages and formats to all residents provides detailed information and health-related planning tools for individuals and families on prepar ing for hurricanes, tropical storms and other types of emergencies. And, if you already have a plan and emergency supply kit, now is the perfect time to re-check and re-stock. Having a Family Emergency Plan, an Emergency Supply Kit and a pre-determined location to evacuate if needed can give you and your family what to do, where to go, and what to have on hand for potential emergencies is an important part of living in Florida.
Page 6 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL AUGUST 6, 2014 CHIPOLA COLLEGE STOUTAMIRE INSURANCE INC. 16783 SE Pear St., Blountstown Contact Bill Stoutamire C ITY T IRE C O. MV5496 "Volkswagens to semi's, we handle them all" CITY TIRE IS YOUR ONE-STOP TIRE SHOP! TOYO TIRES "Authorized Dealer" MARIANNA Lucas Boyce, the Director of Business Development and Legislative Affairs for the Orlando Magic, is the special guest speaker for two events at Chipola College on Mon day, Aug. 11. development event for teachers and administrators of the Jackson County School Board in the college Center for the Arts at 8:30 a.m. The Chipola Foundation is spon soring Boyces appearance at Chipola. Boyce will also address Chipola em ployees at the annual back-to-school luncheon at noon on Aug. 11. Boyce travels throughout Central Florida and across the country giving speeches focused on leadership, team work, overcoming obstacles and mak ing a positive impact on the lives of oth ers. His responsibilities with the Magic include strategic business planning with a focus on developing a new sports and entertainment district (SED) in down town Orlando. He also oversees the companys efforts in legislative affairs. Prior to this role he served as Director of Community Relations, Cause Mar keting and Government Affairs. Prior to the Magic, Boyce served at the White House with President George fairs where he monitored political ac tivity and tracked key races across the Plains-Southwest region. He also coor dinated proactive communication and education outreach across diverse com munities on behalf of the President. During his tenure at the White of Public Liaison. In this role, he direct ed African-American and Professional Sports Outreach in addition to event care and economic policy. Prior to this, Boyce worked for Direct Impact, a pub Boyce is the author of Living Proof: From Foster Care to the White House and the NBA, published in January 2011. Learn more by visiting www.Lu casDanielBoyce.com. He was appointed by Florida Gov ernor Rick Scott as a Trustee of the lencia College Board in August 2013. Governor Scott appointed him to chair the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention State Advisory Group in July 2012. He also serves on the Or ange County Library Board, the Na tional Coalition for Adoption Institute, Tiger Bay Club of Central Florida and on U.S. Senator Marco Rubios Service Academy Nomination Board. Boyce was honored by the Univer sity of Central Missouri Alumni Asso ciation as the 2012 Outstanding Recent Alumnus. In 2011, the Orlando Busi ness Journal recognized Lucas as the 40 Under 40 Man of the Year. Boyce received his bachelors degree in political science and speech commu nication from the University of Central tive MBA from Rollins College in May 2013. Five Calhoun County women among latest group of nurses to complete their studies Maloy named EMS Director at Chipola MARIANNA Tina Maloy has been named Direc tor of Emergency Medical Services at Chipola Col emergency medical services in educational and clini cal settings. She has worked as a Paramedic on am bulances in Washington and Calhoun Counties and Alabama. She also has taught as an adjunct instruc tor in Chipolas EMT and Paramedic programs and at Wallace Community College. She earned a B.S. degree in EMS from the Univer cations as a provider and instructor including ACLS, PALS, Healthcare Provider and ITLS. Maloy says, First responders tend to jump full program moving in a positive direction. Increasing enrollment in the colleges EMT and Paramedic pro grams to meet the needs of the community is Maloys departments and ambulance services to recruit stu dents and instructors. Her second goal is to gain national accreditation for the colleges EMS programs. She plans to enhance professional development to help EMS instructors to Chipola offers a one-semester Basic EMT course which prepares graduates for licensure with the nation al registry for EMT which leads to Florida licensure. leges Paramedic program which runs for one year or three semesters. The preceptor training program in cludes simulation lab training and clinical hours in ambulance and hospital settings. gin Monday, Aug. 18. Prospective students are en courage to contact Maloy immediately to learn about or by email at email@example.com. MARIANNA Sen. Bill Mont ford is the special guest for the Chi pola Appreciation Clubs Endless Summer dinner and dance set for Saturday, Aug. 16, at the Marianna National Guard Armory. The event will reunite old Chipola friends to establish an endowed scholar ship in Montfords name. Sen. Montford (Chipola Class and moved to Blountstown where he grew up and attended public school. He graduated from Chi pola and transferred to FSU where he earned a Bachelors degree in mathematics education and Mas ters Degree in Administration and Supervision. Endless Summer will feature favorite bands from his Chipola lis, Allen Myers, George Boyer, Walter Dover and Andy Murray will perform their favorite tunes, including their hit song Laugh It Off. Tickets are $50 per person, with a social hour at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner. Summer casual attire is recommended. Jackson Countys famous smoked steaks will be served. For ticket information, call
AUGUST 6, 2014 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 7 Introducing a new line of purses and scarves in many colors. Spring Colors & Autumn Tones Sophisticated styling. Monogrammed Briefcase Bags and Book Bags. 20634 E. Central Ave. in Blountstown (850) 674-8801 Diamond Corner The Authorized Sorrelli Dealer Gifts & Fine Jewelry CUSTOM JEWELRY REPAIR & FRAMING Need a new A/C? Let us help! Low interest or No interest or No Credit Check Required Give us a call or visit on the web. (850) 762-8666 www.jemisonhvac.com NEWS FROM THE PEWS CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH IN HOSFORD Glorybound, from Tallahassee, will be in concert this Sunday, Aug. 10 at 10:30 a.m. (ET), at Corinth Baptist Church in Hosford. Glorybound has been singing southern gospel music for over 20 years. They have won numerous awards from the Emerald Coast Southern Gospel Music As sociation including favorite womens group, favorite female singer, and favorite song of the year. This trio of women have been given the wonderful opportunity to share the stage with some of the greats in gospel music. They continue to minister wherever God opens the door and consider it an honor to sing songs about Jesus! For more information, please call Pastor Kyle Peddie at (850) 556-1881. The church is located at 15816 NE Moore Street in Hosford. BRISTOL CHURCH OF GOD Swiftwater, with Al and Wretha Webb along with Larry Strickland, will be ministering with song during the morning service at the Bristol Church of God located on Hwy. 12 North. The service will be on Sunday, Aug. 10 and will begin at 11 a.m. (ET). Please join us for a blessed day with great music, worship and fellowship. The church is located at 19102 NW State Road 12 in Bristol. For more information call (850) 643-5795. G LORY HILL HOLINESS CHURCH Glory Hill Holiness Church will be hosting a special service Sunday, Aug. 10 at 5 p.m. (CT) with Evangelist Wanda Osborne from Corbin, KY. We invite you to come and join us. Refreshments will be served after the service in the fellowship hall. For more information call (850) 762-8301. on Hwy. 73. CHURCH OF LOVE ST. ROSE A.M.E. On Sunday, Sept. 7 at 11 a.m. (CT). Family and friends are invited to come celebrate our 98th homecoming with Pastor C. Dilworth, Assistant Pastor Reverend Dr. A. Walker, and Bishop Robertson. For more information call (850) 643-2622. Ridge. POSSUM TROTTERS Four local runners traveled to Wausau Saturday morning to take part in the Possum Trot at the annual Wausau Possum Festival. The group includ ed, from left, Greg Skinner, who placed second in his age division; Gary Wayne Purvis, and Jim McClellan, who claimed third place in his division. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jones of Clarksville are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Valerie Celeste, to Kyle Rash, son of Keith and Rebecca Rash of Kansas City, MO. Valerie is a graduate of Blountstown High School, Chipola College and the University of Florida, and is a legislative assistant for Uni versity of Florida IFAS Governmental Affairs in Tallahassee. Kyle graduated cum laude from the Florida State University College of Law and now works lahassee. The couple is planning a small ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 25. Jones, Rash plan Oct. 25 ceremony Celebration planned Aug. 16 for Randal & Lynda Peddie Join us to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Randal and Lynda Peddie on Saturday, Aug. 16 at 5 p.m. at Corinth Baptist Church in Hosford. The gather ing is hosted by Robert, Kyle, and Blaine Peddie. Come help us celebrate the 50th anniversary of L.B. and Sybil Arnold with a luncheon planned for Sunday, Aug. 10 at 1 p.m. (ET) at Veterans Memorial Civic Center in Bristol. No presents please, your presence is our great est gift. Family & friends to mark anniversary with luncheon Golden Anniversaries ELYSSAH KAYLA HARVELL Elyssah Kayla Harvell celebrated her eighth birthday on Thursday, July 17, along with her mother. She is the daughter of Bubba and Joanna Harvell of Bristol. Her grandparents are Patricia Marshall of Steinhatchee, Louise Tipton and Floyd Harvell, Sr., both of Bristol. Her siblings are Mikey, Crystal and Matthew. She enjoys going to church, loves animals and watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Birthday A free two-day program providing training for stormwater, erosion and sediment inspections will be offered in Bristol on Tuesday, Aug. 19 and Wednes day, Aug. 20 at Veterans Memorial Civic Center. tion-course-tickets-12450885935. This program will provide private contractors, other private and public employees with the required quali erosion and sedimentation controls for construction sites throughout Florida. The course manual will be provided for each attendee, which can be taken home. Remember to bring pens, hi-liters, sticky notes, etc. as these will not be provided by the instructor. On Wednesday, August 20th, there will be a proctored Sign-in and registration will begin at 8 a.m. Tues day morning with class beginning promptly at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m. Wednesday class will also be provided. Stormwater, Erosion and Sedimentation Inspector
Page 8 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL AUGUST 6, 2014 WASHINGTON One thing most Americans agree on is that Congress is terrible, the worst in memory and well de serving its abysmal 7 percent approval rat ing. Having elections every two and four years doesnt seem to ers are beginning to wonder if our system is broken. Surely the Founding Fathers didnt intend this or did they? The gridlock were seeing on Capitol Hill is the direct result of a system of checks and balances de signed to bring government to a halt under certain circumstances. From the Republican point of view, the Senate is the problem. Its where bills passed by the House go to languish and die. Democrats fault the House, or more precisely a faction of the House, Tea Party Republicans, who came to Congress determined to put a stop to what they consider out-of-control federal spending. The Tea Party forced last years government shutdown, emergency request for money to care for and to Central America. Republicans blame the Democratically-con trolled Senate for the breakdown in legislating while Democrats fault the Republican-controlled House. These partisan tensions either have the Founding Fathers smiling, or ruing the day they makes this impasse not only possible, but likely. envision a Congress that would be held in such low esteem at the same time that individual lawmakers would be held in such high esteem in their home districts that they could repeatedly get reelected. ing the same people to Congress, there is little hope be the Constitution needs to be changed some tweaking or freshening up to bring it into the 21st century. That may sound appealing, but the bar is so high for constitutional change that its almost not worth contemplating. To amend the Constitution, a two-thirds vote from the House and Senate is required, and then any change must be rati states. Those numbers are unimaginable in to days red versus blue partisan environment. If the Founding Fathers could speak to us today, they would probably tell us to pull up our socks and get to work. Dont blame the people who created the system, blame the folks who are implementing it. For starters, they might say, they never anticipat The House and Senate get to make their own rules, Its been reined in over time from 67 to 60 votes, and Democrats in the current Congress eliminat retribution by slowing down all appointments. Am are in limbo sometimes more than a year. Still, some change in a body devoted to tradition is pos sible. In the House, the Founding Fathers could never have imagined that a leader or a committee or a co alition could hold up a bill and prevent it from com in the House that said every bill introduced would cally change how Congress does business. A vote for every bill is what the Founding Fa thers intended, and it would bring us closer to a parliamentary system where coalitions evolve to pass legislation. It would lessen the power of fringe blocs like the Tea Party holding veto power and grinding the business of the people to a screeching Sense available on Amazon. How to unlock gridlock COMMENTARY Late Night Laughs A RECAP OF RECENT OBSERVATIONS BY LATE NIGHT TV HOSTS. Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is facing criticism for accidentally showing the phone numbers of his supporters in a new campaign commercial. In re sponse, people said, No biggie I gave him a fake number, anyway. JIMMY FALLON A new study found that most Internet-connected home gadgets and appliances are vulnerable to hackers. Its only a matter of time before your blender steals your credit card number. JIMMY KIMMEL Home Depot is now selling 3D printers. You know, so you can print out an employee to help JIMMY FALLON Congress is about to head off on their August re cess, which seems appropriate. Adults go on va cation, children go on recess. JIMMY KIMMEL Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told reporters that despite her age she does not plan on retiring and is likely to remain on the court for a while after which she was immedi ately traded to the New York Knicks. SETH MYERS I read that PETA is now saying theyll pay off peoples water bills if they agree to go vegan for 30 days. Or in other words, you can get PETA to pay off your water bill if you can lie for 30 days. JIMMY FALLON Wikipedia is now accepting donations using the online currency Bitcoin. So now you can support information youre not sure is true with currency youre not sure is money. SETH MYERS call this one? The commotion near the ocean. The girly taunt in the restaurant. The effeminate fray in the caf. The not-a-scratch-on-ya in Es paa. CRAIG FERGUSON That lawsuit against the president is ridiculous unless they do the trial on Judge Judy. Then Im all for it. JIMMY KIMMEL Martha Stewart has a drone. Are we comfortable with an ex-con owning a drone? DAVID LETTERMAN A new study found that having a sense of pur pose can actually help you live longer While having a sense of porpoise can help you swim longer. JIMMY FALLON later apologized and promised to refer to us as Americans in the future. SETH MYERS Yeah, Home Depot is now selling 3D printers, which customers can use to print out tools and parts. Its all part of Home Depots plan to imme diately go out of business. JIMMY FALLON A new study says that Republicans are more religious than Democrats. But I dont think that includes President Obama praying every day for his term to end. DAVID LETTERMAN WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND by Douglas Cohn and Eleanor Clift
AUGUST 6, 2014 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 9 June 9 City of Bristol minutes Robert Robbie Pickron Calhoun Co. School Board District 3 A few facts about me: Im a parent, not a politician A few things I am dedicated to: F O R Remember to vote for our daddy on Aug. 26! Questions? Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 from 7 a.m to 7 p.m. Mayor Two-year term Two Council Members Two-year terms One Council Member One-year term Monday, Au gust 18 and ending Thursday, August 21, 2014 Brigham S. Shuler, Chairman Robin M. Hatcher, City Clerk CITY OF BRISTOL NOTICE OF ELECTION NOTICE OF QUALIFYING DATES recorded by the City Clerk ---------------------------Chairman: Brigham S. Shuler City Clerk: Robin M. Hatcher June 9, 2014 regular meet recorded by the City Clerk ---------------------------Chairman: Brigham S. Shuler City Clerk: Robin M. Hatcher Buy, sell and trade with an ad in The Journal! Political Advertisement paid for and approved by James Bo Sanders, Democrat for County Commissioner, District 4, Liberty County James Bo Sanders Candidate for Liberty County VOTE Pat Summerlin for LIBERTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER, DISTRICT 5 VOTE
Page 10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL AUGUST 6, 2014 CITIZENS OF LIBERTY COUNTY It has been an honor and a privilege to visit with you in your homes and places of business. Thanks for expressing your views and concerns for Liberty County. There are many areas of govern ment that need to be continually addressed. I have worked hard to earn the trust you place in me 8 years ago. A lot of accomplishments have been made in the past eight years, lets keep programs moving forward. Please go to the polls on August 26 to vote for and re-elect Davis Stoutamire as your full THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU Davis Stoutamire Commissioner, District 4 Political Advertisement paid for and approved by Davis Stoutamire, Democrat for County Commissioner. Political advertisement paid for and approved by Roger Reddick, NP for Liberty County School Board Political ad paid for and approved by B. Kyle Peddie, NP for Liberty County School Board VOTE FOR PROVEN EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE Please Vote and Re-Elect Kyle Peddie, Citizens of our great Liberty County: I would like to formally declare my intent to seek re-election for the Liberty County School Board, Dis ty, living in Hosford my entire life. I have been mar ried to Hilary (Sumner) Peddie for 18 years, and we have three children, Madison (LCHS Senior), Brady (8th grader at Hosford), and Evy Jane (6th grader at Hosford). I am a graduate of Hosford School, LCHS, and Florida State University. My resume' in Guidance Counselor both in Wakulla and in Liberty ness owner. I currently serve as pastor at Corinth Baptist Church in Hosford. If re-elected I will: your hard earned tax dollars for adequate school funding hance the learning environment ments from Washington ings and Football Games Carters Law Enforcement Supply SUPPLIE S FOR THE PROFE SS IONAL Metal Detectors & much more! Clearance BOOTS FROM $ 49 CHEROKEE SCRUBS STETHOSCOPES Open to the public HRS: Mon. Fri. 9 a.m. 4:30 p.m. CT Some items require agency photo I.D. Big River RV We are Collision Center Specialists Installation and Repair of Roofs A/C & Furnaces Refrigerators Water Heaters and more Insurance Claims! LICENSED Call Tim or Maria Flanders at (850) 674-2482 (850) 447-0898 INSURED All Manual Awnings $550 Installed Leaky Roof? Call us for your Annual Clean & Seal! Mobile RV Service! TRUCK CENTER TRUCK CENTER 12953 N. Central St. 2011 Ford F-150 Super Cab $15,995. 00 102,000 miles 1999 Ford Ranger $2,450. 00 2005 GMC Yukon XL/SLT 4X4 $14,995. 00 Loaded with heated leather front seats, sunroof, bucket seats and 88,000 miles. 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT $16,495. 00 miles and NEW tires. $9,850. 00 All prices plus $289 P&H, tax, tag and title. by Michael W. Grochowski, Social Security Regional Commissioner in Atlanta For the past 79 years, Social Security has main tained its place as an American cornerstone. Secure as its foundation is, Social Security has also been at the forefront of change. As the face of America has evolved over the course of the last eight decades, so too has Social Security changed along with the needs of the nation. On Aug. 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said that Social Security represents a cornerstone in a structure which is being built but is by no means complete. It is, in short, a law that will take care of human needs and at the same time provide the United States an economic structure of vastly greater soundness. The Social Security Act that President Roo sevelt signed that day covered a limited number of workers in commerce and industry and provided Today, Social Secu rity is much more than a retirement program. It provides benefits to disabled individuals and to widows, widowers and the minor children of deceased workers. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) helps aged and disabled people who have low income and lim ited resources. We have work incentives to help those people with dis abilities go to work. Social Security even provides Extra Help with Medicare prescription drug costs. In so many ways, Social Social Security works because it is an endur ing agreement between generations. It is arguably our governments most important program, and quite possibly the stron gest expression of com munity our nation has. For 79 years, Social Security has made a tremendous and positive difference in the lives of millions, and this is certainly something to celebrate. Learn more about So cial Securitys rich his tory at www.socialsecu rity.gov/history. Become a part of Social Securitys history by choosing to do business with us online at www.socialsecurity.gov/ onlineservices. Tupper WARE CALL BETH EUBANKS AT (850) 643-2498 or (850) 570-0235 Beths NEW: Sweet & Sassy Beverage Collection!
AUGUST 6, 2014 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 11 LLC Corletts ROOFING LIC# RC29027434 FREE ESTIMATES ( 850 ) 643-7062 Call Michael ITS VERY WISE TO ADVERTISE MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR BUSINESS WITH AN AD IN THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL PHONE (850) 643-3333 FAX (850) 643-3334 THEJOURNAL@FAIRPOINT.NET In case youve never made it over to Wausau, a little community south of Chipley, the time to go is during the annual Possum Festival. Thats when you get a chance to see all your favorite ally, as they alternate between shaking hands and swatting gnats in the sweltering summer sun. Candidates from all over Florida attend the event. For locals, its a must. For those outside our area, its a chance to show that theyre one of us by having their picture taken with a possum, then choking down some of the meat. I have to believe the latter is actually easier for people from cities like Miami and Tampa because most of them have probably never interacted with possums before. People up here know that pos sums eat things that will make a buzzard gag. The fact that the meat is slow cooked, seasoned heavily and shredded helps . some. But theres a reason why possum was called Hoover pork during the Depression and it isnt because peo ple loved Hoover. Even cooked to perfection, I would consider it a day-two food. In other words, if I had nothing else to eat, it would still be a cou ple of days before I would appreciate a plate of possum. and exercise. I also bend to peer pressure pretty easily, so I decided to go over and run the Possum Trot 5K with Greg Skinner and Gary Wayne and Monica Purvis. So, instead of waking up at six I rolled out at 4:30 and drove to Wausau to run a hot, muggy 3.1 mile race. I didnt know where I was going, but as luck would have it, I stopped where a group of men were cooking breakfast and ran into the only person I know from Wausau -a guy I went to Chipola Jr. College with 30 years ago. He sent me down the road to the Pos sum Palace -Wausaus community center where the race was to begin. Regret set in about the time I stepped out of my truck. The humidity was such that it felt like breathing bath water. I was tired, winded and sweating profusely -and that was just on the walk up to the registration table. When the actual race started, I considered asking the ambulance crew for an IV just as a preventative measure. There were two long, steep hills before we reached the halfway point. This was an out-and-back race, which meant we got to do those same two hills again on the return. At the two-mile mark, I start ed reconsidering whether or not I really wanted to be a runner at all. By mile three, I was just hoping I made it and as I crossed the line, I met the smartest politician in the whole place. I cant re member the gentlemans name, but I think he was running for the county commission. Rather than making speeches or kissing babies, he was hand know what party hes in, what he stands for or whether hes even a citizen of the United States. However, at that moment, he would have had my vote for governor if he wanted it. Eventually, we all recovered and made our way back up to the Possum Palace where we got to see the live possums on display. Ill have to say, they are easier to appreciate when theyre not under my house or in my back yard. Gary Wayne and I even sampled the guest of honor. All in all, it was an enjoyable adventure, but 5K in Blountstown. The weather is cooler and if pulled possum any day. Possums, Politicians and Peer Pressure in Wausau FREE Estimates! North Floridas Premier Metal Mike Moody, Owner: (850) 258-2923 Garret Moody: (850) 703-9293 Shop: (850) 638-8999 Lic. # RC29027509 and Auto Detailing Car Wash QUICK SHINE 643-2100 BEST PLACE, BEST PRICES! Cars...$29.95 & UP Trucks & SUVs $39.95 & UP Give a GIFT CERTIFICATE We use pro auto products! JIM McCLELLANS OUTDOORS Down South
Page 12 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL AUGUST 6, 2014 19937 W Central Ave. (850) 674-8524 B lountstown Come out to enjoy FREE hot dogs & hamburgers! PLUS, Dont forget to enter to win a door prize! MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN! Friday, Aug. 8 12 5 p.m. Health,Vision and Dental Please Apply at: River Valley Rehabilitation Center 17884 NE Crozier Street Blountstown, Fl. 32424 Ph: (850) 674-5464 Fax: (850) 674-9384 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Full Time, 3 to 11 p.m. Shift Full Time or Part Time, Day Shift Full Time, 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Full Time, Day Shift *Supervises activities provided by Activity As sistants, C.N.As, Volunteers. Completes MDS, activity assessments, care plans and gathers in formation to design activities that are multi-faceted, and interests of each patient. *Strong organizational and analytical skills; oral and written communication skills. *Must have 2 years experience in a social or cialist is desirable. RIVER VALLEY REHABILITATION CENTER 11 positions Temporary/seasonal work plant ing, maintaining, harvesting nursery stock, from 9/6/2014 to 7/1/2015 at Low Falls Wholesale Nursery, Inc., Lone Star, SC. Three months previous experience required. Saturday work re quired. Must be able lift/carry 60 lbs. $10.00/hr or current applicable AEWR. Raise/bonus at em ployer discretion. Workers are guaranteed 3/4 of work hours of total period. Work tools, supplies, equipment supplied by employer without charge to worker. Housing with kitchen facilities pro vided at no cost to only those workers who are not reasonably able to return same day to their place of residence at time of recruitment. Trans portation and subsistence expenses to work site will be paid to nonresident workers not later than upon completion of 50% of the job contract. In terviews required. Apply for this job at nearest State Workforce Agency in state in which this ad appears, or One-Stop Career Center, 16908 NE Pear St., Ste. 2, Blountstown, FL 32424. Provide copy of this ad. SC Job Order #587212. PO SR319 8-6-14 DRIVERS CDL-A All miles PAID Dedicated Southeast! Or Walk Away Lease: Telephone (855) 971-8525 Home EVERY Weekend! 8-6-14 The School Board of Liberty County is accepting applica tions for the following position for the 2014-2015 school year. A complete listing Three (3) Profes 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 interested in applying for. After completing the it must be attached to the position. Resume can be attached to the online application under the Attachment drop net access can be used, i.e. (Library, One Stop Career Center, Adult School, etc.). Those without computer access may come to the District will be provided, if needed. of the Superintendent. COMPENSATION: Minimum based on contract with U.S. Army Applications will be received from: July 30 Aug. 13, 2014 at 4 p.m. EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON CLEARANCE OF FINGERPRINTS & DRUG TEST. (1) Bachelors Degree from an accredited institution. (2) Permanently retired from the Army. (3) Served last year of active (4) Retired less than 3 years (may be waived in exceptional cases). (5) Meet Army JROTC height/ weight/body fat, high standards of military bearing, appearance and moral character. (6) Must provide written refer ences upon request from the Superintendent. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: JOBS Miss a recent news article? CATCH UP ONLINE AT CLJNEWS.COM Voters will have four positions scheduled for Nov. 11, 2014. Mayor and three City Council seats. The Mayors seat and two of the council seats will serve a two year term, while one of the council seats will serve a one year term. The positions that candidates will be vying for are currently held by Mayor Becky Nobles, Council man Woody Stewart, and Council man Paul Kern. The third Council seat was recently vacated by Reba Mims whose resignation was ef fective June 24, 2014. The Council seat to date. The current terms for Mayor Nobles, Councilman Stewart, and Councilman Kern will expire on Dec. 31, 2014. Qualifying will be held Aug. 18 Aug. 21, 2014 at Bristol City Hall, 12444 NW Virginia G. Weaver St., during regular business hours. The books are scheduled to close on Oct. 13, 2014 for registering to vote in this election. The Miss Liberty County NWFL queens would like to thank Ramsey Piggly Wiggly in Bristol and everyone who donat ed money to the Tips for Tiaras this past Saturday. The queens are raising money to compete at the Miss Northwest Florida pageant in November, and ev erything raised above their entry fees will be donated to the Ryan Flowers Scholarship fund. If you would like to continue to support the girls they will be at Beef O'Brady's in Marianna to night, August 6th from 5-9 p.m. CT. Come have dinner with them, turn in your itemized receipt and tell your server it is for the Miss Liberty County queens. At the end of the night they will receive a portion of all the receipts turned in. If would like to make dona tions directly to them contact their director, Allison Chambers at 850-447-2104 or allisonma email@example.com BACK ROW, FROM LEFT: Khirsten White, Miss Liberty County; Alyson James, Teen Miss Liberty County; Ashley Feldman, Little Miss Liberty County; Allyson Mears, Jr Miss Liberty County. FRONT ROW, FROM LEFT: Carlee Cony ers, Tiny Miss Liberty County; Serenity Blumenfeld, Toddler Miss Liberty County. ALLISON CHAMBERS PHOTO NWFL Queens raise money to compete
AUGUST 6, 2014 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 13 Charles McClellan Funeral Home Butler-Morgan/Morgan-McClellan Funeral Home Building at 15 S. Jackson St., Quincy, 32351 Phone: (850) 627-7677 or 643-2277 Charles K. McClellan Licensed Funeral Director 42 years experience Call us Let us explain how we can conveniently handle arrangements in Liberty County. 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 FRANCIS HAMMON MCCLELLAN FRINK Francis Hammon McClellan, 96, a native of Frink, in Calhoun County, passed away peacefully in his sleep Tuesday, July 29, 2014, in Marianna. He was of the Methodist faith and had retired as Owner/Manager of McClellan Lawn Irrigation Co. He had a passion for music, loved being outdoors and loved being with his family. He was also a Coast Guard Veteran of WWII. Clellan; his daughter, Elaine King; a sister, Hattie Segers; and a brother, Artice McClellan. Survivors include his loving wife, Isa Tyre McClellan of Sneads; one daughter, Susan Vale and her husband, Dan Elsie Settlemire of Blountstown; four grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, two step-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild; a host of nieces and nephews. Services were held Friday, Aug. 1 at Lanier-Andler Funeral Home Chapel. Flowers were welcome by the family but those wishing may give contributions to their favorite charity. Lanier-Andler Funeral Home of Sneads was in charge of arrangements. FLORA KLEPSER NICEVILLE Flora Klepser, 80, of Niceville, passed away Friday, July 25, 2014. Born in Blountstown to the late Lucius and Eldora Padgett Pelt, she resided in Pensacola for many years. She served her country with the United States Air Force and was honorably discharged on Nov. 27, 1953. She was a member of War rington United Methodist Church and the Grand Lagoon Yacht Club. She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold J. Klepser; one son, Lee Klepser; one brother, John Morgan Pelt; two sisters, Patricia Hooks and Yvonne Fowler. Survivors include one daughter, Anna Klepser; one sister, Betty Morris; one brother, Doug Pelt; one grand daughter, Ashleigh Tedder. Graveside services were held Thursday, July 31 at Pensacola Memorial Gardens. Interment followed. made to Panhandle Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), 752 Lovejoy Road NW, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548. Special thanks are extended to the staff at Twin Cities Pavilion for the outstanding care provided to Flora for the last 10 months. ODELL H. OWENS BRISTOL Odell H. Owens, 89, of Bristol, passed away Thursday, July 31, 2014 in Panama City. He was born on Jan. 27, 1925 in Liberty County and returned back home to Bristol in 1974. He was a retired United States Veteran serving in the United States Air Force with 26 years of service. He served during WWII, Korea and ing guide for the Trout Dock on the White River in Lakeview, AR. He dearly loved hunting, Pentecostal Holiness Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ethelyn Owens, and one brother, Hobert V. Owens. Survivors include one daughter, Carolyn Paliskis and her husband, Ronald of Bristol; one half-brother, Billy Fred Owens and his wife, Donna of Carrabelle;one half-sister, Helen Rebecca Reese of Blountstown; three grandchildren, Eugene Paliskis, Pamela Paliskis Fletcher and her husband, Simon and Alayna Paliskis Tignor and her husband, Brian. Services were held Monday, Aug. 4 at the Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church with Reverend Coy Collins in Bristol. Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. ALVIN DEAN SEWELL ALTHA Alvin Dean Sewell, 79, of Altha, passed away Thursday, July 31, 2014 in Blountstown. He was born on Aug. 19, 1934 in Calhoun County and had lived here for most of his life. He retired from the United States Forrest Service with 33 years of service. He was of the Christian faith. He was preceded in death by his parents, Albert and Nola Shelton Sewell, and one son, Jack Sewell. Survivors include his wife, Vivian Sewell of Altha; one son, Jerry Sewell and his wife, Merita of Cottondale; one sister, Crystal Worring and her husband, Thomas of Pensacola. Services were held Sunday, Aug. 3 at Peavy Funeral Interment followed in New Shiloh Cemetery in Altha. Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. RANDI RENEE DREW BRISTOL Randi Renee Drew, 53, of Bristol, passed away quietly at her home on Tuesday, July 29, 2014. She had been a resident of Bristol for the past 25 years, coming tant and a member of the First Baptist Church in Bristol. Survivors include her loving husband of 27 years, Howard Drew of Bristol; one son, Ricky McShanee of Louisiana; a stepson, Hunter Godwin of Bristol; two daughters, Robin Crumb of South Carolina and Mindy Dorsey of Louisiana; a stepdaughter, Mary Godwin of Bristol; a half-brother, Chuck Stanley of Ft. Lauderdale; two sisters, Frankie Groover of West Palm Beach and Billy Jo; and seven grandchildren. Memorial services were held Monday, Aug. 4 at First Baptist Church in Bristol with Reverend Roger Phillips Memorialization will be by cremation. Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. DAVID LEE ARMSTRONG CORRIGAN David Lee Armstrong, 36, of Corrigan, TX, formerly of Wewahitchka and Bettstown, GA, passed away Friday, July 25, 2014 in Corrigan, TX as the result of an automobile accident. He was born Feb. 5, 1978 in Wewahitchka to William S. and Anne Leynes Armstrong. Survivors include his wife, Rochelle Armstrong of Cor rigan, TX; one daughter, Haley Armstrong of Perry; three sons, David Jeremiah, Gavin and Nathaniel Armstrong, all of Corrigan, TX; his mother, Anne Leynes Singletary of Bettstown, GA; his father, William S. Armstrong, Sr. of Wewahitchka; three brothers, Robert Carl Bobby Rhodes,William S. Billy Armstrong, Jr. and James A. Armstrong, Sr., all of Bettstown, GA; three sisters, Lisa Anne Hire of Wewahitchka, Rebecca Becky L. Darley of Quincy and Elizabeth Groans of Indiana; a number of nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held Thursday, Aug. 7 at 11 a.m. (CT) at Jehu Cemetery in Wewahitchka. Interment will follow. Charles McClellan Funeral Home in Quincy is in charge of the arrangements. ELOISE SELLERS ALTHA Eloise Sellers, 87, of Altha passed away Thursday, July 31, 2014 in Panama City. She was born in Altha, April 23, 1927, to the late Henry Albert and Anna Mary Stone Sellers. She lived in Altha all of her life and taught piano lessons for many years. A devoted daughter food and sewing her own clothes. She was of the Advent Christian Church and Baptist Church. Survivors include two cousins, Mary Alice Maxwell and her husband, Bill of Yalaha and Bill Peacock and his wife, Christine of Altha. Family will receive friends one hour prior to service time at Adams Funeral Home Chapel. Services will be held Wednesday, Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. at Adams Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Dewayne Cemetery in Altha. Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Online condolences may be made at adamsfh.com. CHUCK HANSFORD ALTHA Chuck Hansford, 39, of Altha, passed away Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014 in Marianna. A 1992 graduate Calhoun Correctional Institute. He attended Rivertown Community Church in Blountstown. Survivors include his parents, Thomas Earl Tommy and Willa Jean Burd Hansford of Altha; one brother, Craig Hansford of Altha; maternal grandmother, Willa Mae Burd of Altha; paternal grandmother, Eva Hansford of Gretna; a great-niece, Amelia Grace Hansford of Panama City; two nephews, Gaige Hansford of Altha and Austin T. Hansford of Panama City; other extended family and close friends. Graveside services were held Monday, Aug. 4 at Sand Interment followed. Adams Funeral Home was in charge of the arrange ments. Online condolences may be made at adamsfh.com. Visit us online: www.adamsfh.com A Celebration of Life A celebration of life is an important step in the healing process for you and for all of your loved ones friends and family members. We would consider it a privilege to help you plan a ceremony that honors and respects their life, loves and accomplishments. BLOUNTSTOWN 674-5449 BRISTOL 643-5410 REUBEN BYRON CLARK HARDAWAY Reuben Byron Clark, 94, passed away Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014 in Tallahassee following a short illness of pneumonia. He was born Jan. 31, 1920 in Hard away and graduated from Mt. Pleasant High School in 1941. During those years, he became active in the Future Farmers of American (FFA) and in 1941 he had the honor receive the American Farmer Degree. During WWII, he served with the US Army Air Corp., 451st Bombardment Group, in Foggia, Italy. After a farm ing career, he began employment at Talquin Electric Cooperative, Inc. in Quincy in January 1953 and retired as purchasing agent 32 years later. Prior to their move to Tallahassee in 1973, he and Emily enjoyed family farm living in Hardaway. He was a member of Christian Heritage Church where he served as a deacon for many years. Since 2003 he was a resident at Broadview Assisted Living Center where he thoroughly enjoyed retirement living and spending time reminiscing about the earlier days of his life. He wrote many stories of his remembrance of life growing up in rural Gadsden County during the Depression years. He was a charter member of the West Gadsden Historical Society. He was preceded in death by his wife, Emily Sunday Clark; his parents, Reuben Sevier and Ellen Poythress Clark; an infant sister, May Lucile Clark; a son-in-law, Edward Eddie Craig. Survivors include three daughters, Nancy Emily Flournoy and her husband, Bob of Quincy, Linda Ellen Smith and her husband, James A. of Dogtown and Judith Anne Craig of Macon, GA; three grandchildren, Kevin Byron Craig and his wife, Amie of Macon, GA, Edward and Emily Arlene Craig of Madison, AL; two greatgrandchildren, Molly Grace and Carson Craig of Macon; a sister-in-law, Catherine Sunday Hunt of Pensacola. Services will be held Wednesday, Aug. 6 at 11 a.m. at Christian Heritage Church, 2810 Sharer Road in Tal lahassee. Family will receive friends one hour prior to service time at the church. A private interment will be held after the service at Flat Creek Baptist Church Cemetery near Greensboro. Memorial contributions may be made to the West Gadsden Historical Society, P.O. Drawer D, Greensboro, FL 32330. Charles McClellan. Funeral Home in Quincy is in charge of arrangements. GVG Caskets Urns Head Panel Inserts Inside What A Blessing Dress Shop Let GVG Help you make the right choice for your loved one and for yourself! Sonya H. Hall CONSULTANT grapevineofgadsden @ hotmail.com OBITUARIES
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SERVICE DIRECTORY TERMITE & PEST CONTROL CONTACT or (850) 674-9038 or (850) 832-9649 FINANCING: NO interest, LOW interest or even (850) 762-8666 Check us out on the Web: www.jemisonhvac.com (850) 272-0144 Clint Hatcher, Owner Electrical Lic. # ER13014037 New Homes Garages Additions Electrical Remodeling Foundations Screenrooms Sunrooms VINYL SIDING CIAL FREE Estimates Serving Make it easy for your customers Service Directory (850) 643-3333 MEDICARE PLANS DENTAL PLANS Carpet, padding & installation starting at $1.50/sf Are you selling/buying a house? Do you just need to replace your existing carpet without putting a strain on your pocketbook? We put together monthly specials to help meet your needs. PUBLIC AUCTION PUBLIC AND LEGAL NOTICES and Respondent/Wife. NOTICE OF ACTION Calle Heroes DS Nacozari #4 Col. Centro YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for to serve a copy of your written defenses Petitioners Attorney, whose address is defenses with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Liberty County Courthouse, Bris on petitioners attorney or immediately after service. Otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the relief de manded in the petition. Liberty County, Florida By: Kathleen Brown, Clerk 7-16 T 8-6-14 ----------------------------------------------Sealed bids will be received by the Liberty County School Board (LCSB) until 4:00 pm, EST Tues chase of the following: the operation of public vehicles, school buses, and school plants. LP gas for use in lunchrooms and schools of Liberty County. Any additional information or bid the Liberty County School Board Bristol, Florida. Bid forms must be used by each bidder submitting a bid, otherwise bids will not be con sidered. Bids should be mailed to Any bid submitted after the speci opened or considered. The School Board accepts no responsibility for mailed proposals that arrive at the time, even though the envelope above date. The School Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. The decision of the School be withdrawn by any bidder for a period of thirty (30) days after the bids are opened. ATTEST: 7-16 T 8-6 ----------------------------------------------NOTICE OF APPLICATION the holder number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Description of Property: All that tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in Liberty County, Florida and at the Southeast Corner of the NE run North 70 yards, for a POINT 50 feet, thence run South 50 feet, thence run East 50 feet, thence run North 50 feet, to POINT OF BE Tanner a perpetual right of ingress at the Southeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 31, Township 1 thence run South 70 yards, thence run East 80 yards, to the PLACE containing 1 and 1/7 acres, more or less. This being the same prop Owens, a widow, dated December Page 177, Public Records of Lib erty County, Florida. SCRIPTION: and run North 160 feet, thence Name in which assessed: Said property being in the County of Liberty, State of Florida. deemed according to law the prop shall be sold to the highest bidder at the front door of the Liberty County Courthouse on the ____________________ Kathleen E. Brown Liberty County Clerk of Court ----------------------------------------------CASE NO: 2013-CA-000235 PLAINTIFF, ______________________/ NOTICE OF SALE FORECLOSURE ENTERED ON BIDDER FOR CASH ON AU THE COURTHOUSE LOCATED COUNTY IN BRISTOL, FLORIDA. COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE OF EASEMENT FOR ACCESS FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU 21.00 FEET TO A CONCRETE TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT TANCE OF 7.61 FEET TO A CON TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU PROPERTY ADDRESS: 18136 THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS DAYS AFTER THE SALE. LIBERTY COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT DEPUTY CLERK I the provision of certain assis Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 1-800-955-8771. The address for 225, Tallahassee, FL 32301. In that the forgoing has been served lowing: ERIN N. PRETE, ESQUIRE BOYER, P.A. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF RICHARD O. PIERCY 16034 NE SHULER ST 7-30, 8-6 ----------------------------------------------The Board of County Commission ers of Liberty County Florida will accept bids for the purchase of Adulticide, on an as needed basis. Produce bids must meet the fol gallon containers. Permethrin and 1.75 lbs Piperonyl Butoxide per gallon. midges (biting and non-biting) and Thermal, and Barrier applications applications up to 0.007 lbs a.i. per acre. injector mixing systems or other insecticide mixing systems. For information call Stephen Ford Successful bidder must provide with a mixing system for the dura tion of the bid contract. All bids must be submitted before All bids will be opened on Thurs of Court with the Board of County Commissioners awarding the bid at their regular meeting at 6:00 p.m. that evening, in the Court room of the Courthouse. The Board reserves the right to ac cept or reject any or all bids which they deem to be in the best interest of Liberty County. 7-30, 8-6 ----------------------------------------------ITS VERY WISE TO ADVERTISE in the Calhoun-Liberty JOURNAL as well as online with . CLJ N ews .COM Email: email@example.com
AUGUST 6, 2014 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15 MISC. ITEMS no stains. Paid $1,800, asking $100. Call (850) 363-2849. 8-6, 8-13 King size comforter $20, Queen size comforter with shams $15, twin size comforter $10. Call (850) 728-5874. 8-6, 8-13 two gallons of fuel oil. Call (850) 592-8845. 8-6, 8-13 Framing and trim for $300 each. Fender bass with 50w amp for $150. Miscellaneous pneumatic, hand tools, tool boxes and tool bags. Glass chess set for $10. Call (850) 4470586. 8-6, 8-13 by Sears, like new for $125. 16 gallon shop vac with 5.75hp for $25. Pro-Pink R-13 Insula tion, 7 bundles, (10 pieces per bundle), $250 takes all. Call (863) 370-2369 or (850) 762-3924. 7-30, 8-6 60 X 38 inch, plus a 15 amp 12 volt HD fuel transfer pump with 13 inch of fuel oil, $600. Call (850) 592-8845. 7-30, 8-6 $45. Pants, shirts, and dia betic shoes. Call (850) 5928845. 7-30, 8-6 $10. Metal lawn cart for $25. Call (850) 591-2576. 7-30, 8-6 Easy pull start, excellent condition, easy mount dust block bag. With original paperwork. $135. Call (850) 762-1934. 7-30, 8-6 for $75 OBO. Girls car set, $15. Two umbrella strollers, $5 each. Kids toys, prices vary. Crib sheets, $2 each, Curtains, $3 each. Lighthouse bath room set, $25. Call (850) 447-3142. 7-30, 8-6 Makita Electric Cir cular saw, Wobble Dado blade, DeWALT electric 3/8 inch drill, 6 Craftsman bench grinder, 16 gallon Craftsman shop vac and socket sets. All in great shape. Call (850) 643-3007 or (850) 643-5622. 7-30, 8-6 Kenos in Key West. One pair navy blue Spiders, never worn, one pair brown buckle toe, worn for just a half a day. Both genuine leather, size 9, $10 each. Call (850) 3483554. 7-30, 8-6 compatible with Windows XP and Vista, $75. never used, one still in box. One red, one yellow. Includes nice recipe book, great for kids. All for $25. light duty, 10 acre range. Never used, still in packag ing. Not for small pets. $10. Transfer audio from cassette tapes to MP3, Works with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Seven. New in box. $10 each. These items can be seen at The Calhoun-Liberty Journal of UFN ELECTRONICS $50, 15 inch Dell Monitor $25, two four inch $25, Sony HD Handy cam era, case, and tripod, BDI glass shelves. Call (850) 728-5874. 8-6, 8-13 one with memory, the other without, $50 for the two. Flat screen monitor $20, and brand new writer for $20. Call (850) 379-3002. 8-6, 8-13 with power cord for $10. Call (850) 447-0438. 7-30, 8-6 BOATS 15 foot, with 80 hp Mercury motor. In good condition. Comes $2,000. Call (850) 7629694. 8-6, 8-13 Johnson 200 hp with troll ing motor. Needs some $4,500 or O.B.O. Call (814) 282-4925. 8-6, 8-13 APPLIANCES paid $150, asking $75. Call (850) 363-2849. 8-6, 8-13 33X18X19, $100. Chest freezer for $110. Call (850) 592-8845. 8-6, 8-13 for $100. Electric wok for $20. Call (850) 3722417. 7-30, 8-6 FURNITURE with two chairs, no scratches. Paid $500, asking $100. Call (850) 363-2849. 8-6, 8-13 in cludes head and foot board. Made out of real nice heavy duty wood, $125. Call (850) 447-1828. 8-6, 8-13 with heavy duty frame and two mat tresses in good condition, $300. Call (850) 592-8845. 8-6, 8-13 Clean and comes with a protective cover. Call (850) 372-2417. 7-30, 8-6 for $200. Lift chair for $150. Black leath er sofa for $125. Call (850) 674-5583. 7-30, 8-6 with two shelves, $12. Call (850) 762-3370. 7-30, 8-6 medium oak color $150 or OBO. Three piece table set with two end ta bles and coffee table for $100. Sofa table for $50. Call (850) 447-3142. 7-30, 8-6 with six drawers and rollers for $50. Call (850) 762-3370. 7-30, 8-6 for sale at the Cal houn-Liberty Ministry Cen ter thrift store. Come check us out. Located on SR 20 East of Blountstown. Call (850) 674-1818. UFN PETS reasonably priced. Call (850) 379-3965. 8-6, 8-13 C all (850) 557-5377. 8-6, 8-13 all (850) 643-6270. 8-6, 8-13 28x28x42, barely used. Call (850) 7285874. 8-6, 8-13 1 male and 2 females, $50 each. Call (850) 643-1401. 7-30, 8-6 $20. Call (850) 228-6186. 7-30, 8-6 AUTOMOTIVE Needs work, $800 or OBO. Call (850) 447-0127. 8-6, 8-13 needs carburetor cleaned and cosmetics. $900 or possible trade. Call (850) 447-0586. 8-6, 8-13 less than 20,000 miles, dual REAL ESTATE WANTED: Will buy 10 to 1,000 acres, reasonably priced. Immediate closing. Phone (850) 570-0222 battery, automatic HD lift. 6 sion, Auto. Braun HD lift. Auto. door openers, remote control. Braun interlock system, excellent condition, $26,000. Call (850) 5928845. 7-30, 8-6 HOMES & LAND Three bed rooms, one bathroom, cen tral heating and air, no pets, Call (850) 570-4212. 8-6, 8-13 Three bedrooms, two bathrooms with double paned windows and appli ances included. Energy ef the skirting and tie down (850) 527-5985. 8-6, 8-13 on CR 67 in Telogia for $13,500. Call (850) 379-5843. 7-30, 8-6 LOST answers to Cocoa. Last seem around SR 73. If you have any information please call (850) 447-1901. 8-6, 8-13 WANTED in repairable condition. Call (850) 670-8286. 8-6, 8-13 Need someone who is reliable and can come to Hosford. Will be interviewed. Call (850) 379-3002. 8-6, 8-13 all (850) 674-1652. 7-30, 8-6 Please call (850) 3798222. 7-30, 8-6 YARD SALES S 17854 NE Charley Johns St. Apt. H1. There will be clothes, pocket books, dresses, backpacks and much more. Call (850) 674-3033 or (850) 4472492. S 11329 NW Lake Mystic Rd. There will be clothing, books, kitchen items, computer desk print er, and much more. Call (850) 643-2591. 13596 NW Joe Chason Circle. There will be mis cellaneous items, clothing, shoes, T.V.s and much more. Call (850) 556-5414. THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS To place your ad, call (850) 643-3333 by noon Eastern Time on Monday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. Ave. ties included houses Mexican Restaurant 643-7740 FOR RENT BLOUNTSTOWN BRISTOL 5 x 10 ..... $ 27 10 x 10 .... $ 10 x 20 .... $ 70 10 x 25 .... $ M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS Call 762-9555, 447-0871 or 762-8597 7 days a week service UFN For Rent in ALTHA 762-9555, 447-0871 or 762-8597 Very NICE *2 & 3 BD trailers. With lawn service OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE Anything from choice home sites and commercial oppor locations. Call UFN STARSCOPE Week of Aug. 6 Aug. 12, 2014 Aries, you may have to make a few minor changes to your original plan, but other than those minor adjust ments there is nothing standing in your way this week. Home improvement projects continue to pile up, Taurus. Use this week as an opportunity to get everything in motion and on the path to completion. A few more tweaks and your master plan will be complete, Gemini. Now you just need a few able-bodied volunteers to work with you through some of the hard labor. a few good weeks of recreation. A little adventure is in your future, so make the most of this opportunity. Leo, once you have your mind made up, it is extremely to get you onto their side. But youre just not feeling it. Virgo, whether you have been lucky or unlucky in love as of late, this is the week for some romantic surprises. Your entire perspective could be turned on its head. A small disappointment has you out of whack, Libra. Dont let it get to you for too long. Family members will help pull you out of a brief funk and get you on your feet. Scorpio, you may be ready to make some really big changes. Forge ahead with the plans you have cre ated, and you will be glad for having done so. Financial issues come to the forefront of a relationship, Sagittarius. Keep arguments from escalating by being open and honest about all purchases. Things can be worked out together. Few things can wipe away the smile on your face this week, Capricorn. You are in an eternally good mood, and your positivity is intoxicating to others around you. Aquarius, you will have an enormous sense of accom your skill level. Always believe in yourself. There is little room for things other than work this week, Pisces. Now is not the time to take on new chores. Save them for later. 4 BR 2BA HOUSE Newly renovated Includes separate Utility/Bonus room. NO pets, please 643-6646 FOR RENT BRISTOL 8/6, 8/13 Private Sitter Need someone to stay with your loved one? I am a licensed C.N.A. with many years of experience. Feel free to contact me day or night for assistance. 570-3977 8-6 2 BR 1 BA 2 BA 2 BA Small Private Park Very nice trailers (954) 650-8322 FOR RENT BRISTOL 7-30 T 8-13 SUBSCRIBE TO THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL PER YEAR $ 18 Send your name & mailing ad dress to us at The Journal, P.O. Box 536, Bristol, FL 32321, along with a check for $18 and well get your subscription started! BLOUNTSTOWN FOR SALE 447-2025 8-6, 8-13 on Gaskin St. with new 200 amp service.
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