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The Calhoun-Liberty journal

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The Calhoun-Liberty journal
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Calhoun Liberty journal
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Bristol, FL
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Liberty Journal, Inc., Johnny Eubanks- Publisher, Teresa Eubanks- Editor
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January 5, 2005
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2005
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Weekly
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Newspapers -- Bristol (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Liberty County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Calhoun County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Liberty -- Bristol
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30.426944 x -84.979167 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in Sept. 1991.
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Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 38 (Sept. 18, 1991).
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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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JOURNALThe Calhoun-LIBER T Y 50 includes taxPAGE 12: Liberty County gets $50,000 grant to study water system Sheriff's Log............2 Arrest Reports............2 Events and Community Calendar......................3 News from the Pews...3 Late Night Laughs.......6 Sean of the South.......7 Obituaries..................9 Legal Notices..............9 Job Market.............10 Horoscope, Sudoku and Classieds................11Cross charged with battery on three women & sheriffs deputyby Teresa Eubanks, Journal EditorA 20-year-old Crawfordville man is facing charges of domestic battery by strangulation, three counts of battery, battery on an officer and resisting arrest with violence after deputies were dispatched to a disturbance last week. Liberty County Deputy Heath Cutshaw responded to the 11 a.m. call reporting that a man was beating a woman on July 11 at a home on Gobbler Court, just outside the Bristol City Limits, according to information from the Liberty County Sheriffs bloodied face on the ground outside the residence and saw the suspect, Brandon Scott Cross, standing over her, according to the arrest report. Cross began walking away from the injured woman when he saw the deputy. A witness nearby alerted the deputy that Cross had access to guns and could be leaving to get one. Cutshaw called out for Cross to brief foot chase to a neighboring residence. Cross, who was screaming and cursing, began walking toward the deputy. As Cutshaw attempted to handcuff him, Cross pulled away. When the deputy saw Cross put his BRANDON S. CROSS by Teresa Eubanks, Journal EditorA family dinner ended with an Altha man being taken to jail after he began acting erratically, injuring two people as he attempted to leave. Justin Mikel Barker, 25, startled those gathered for a dinner July 6 when he began acting paranoid, according to the arrest report from the Calhoun County Witnesses said Barker stated that they were being watched by something in the woods. He started using his phone to scan for images and thought he saw things in the woods that were going to get them. He got his pistol from his vehicle and began walking around the yard to protect them from the aliens in the woods, the arrest report explained. When asked to put his gun back in the vehicle, Barker became agitated and decided to leave. He put his two infant children in the vehicle and got ready to go, refusing to let anyone else drive. After the vehicle started, there was a struggle over the keys between him and another adult. The children in the back were screaming as he began driving away but he did not get far. The passenger put the vehicle in park and after about 100 feet, they came to a stop with the gears grinding. Barker fought when others tried to pull him out of the drivers seat, at one point making the threat, I will cut your guts out! A knife was removed from his pants as he was taken from the vehicle. While trying to restrain him, one person was elbowed in the face while another was bitten in three places before he was placed on the ground. An ambulance was called when Barker went into convulsions; when he stopped, he said he was thirsty. The EMS crew then called for a deputy. One of those at the scene had a contusion to the right arm, right side of the torso and two fractured ribs on the right side. Another person had bites on the left arm, left shoulder and left side of the torso. Barker was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill, felony battery, domestic battery and two counts of child abuse without great harm. He is being held without bond.JUSTIN MIKEL BARKER Relatives attacked by man who thought aliens were in the woodsby Teresa Eubanks, Journal EditorKenneth Gatlin, 61, of Blountstown was charged with driving with a suspended license, habitual traffic offender and careless driving in an accident that left one of his passengers seriously injured when he lost control of the car in Leon County early Sunday morning. According to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol, Gatlin was traveling west on SR 20 at the intersection with Raymond Cochran Lane around 12:30 a.m. when the 2003 Taurus he was driving went off the right side of the road. The car collided with a ditch and a standing tree on the north shoulder of the road. Gatlin was not injured but his two passengers were. Lucy Mathews, 39, of Blountstown was hospitalized with serious injuries. Another passenger, Terry Tillman, 35, of Winter Haven had minor injuries and was also taken to the hospital. FHP reported that the accident was not alcoholrelated. Additional charges are pending the results of lab testing after troopers discovered a large white was described as multiple smaller zip-lock bags of a green leafy substance, believed to be Spice or synthetic A second small plastic baggy that held and oxycodone hydrochloride was found Troopers learned that Gatlins license had been suspended since July of 2005 Offender status. Gatlin denied ownership of the pills and synthetic marijuana. He was taken into custody at 2:41 a.m. on July 15 and booked into the Leon County Jail.KENNETH GA TLIN See CROSS ARRESTEDcontinued on Page 12 WednesdayJuly 18, 2018Vol. 38 No. 29 It may have a been a little drizzly but there were some bright smiles when folks gathered for a the loand Ice Cream Churnament Saturday in Bristol. ABOVE: Monica Brinkley smiles as her grand daughter shows just how much she loves ice cream. RIGHT: Adronna Kombrinck wards off a few raindrops while visiting with friends. JOHNNY EUBANKS PHOTOS Saturday Ice Cream CHURNAMENT

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Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JULY 18, 2018 ACCEPTING NEW PA TIENTS Laban Bontrager, DMD 12761 NW Pea Ridge Rd., Bristol, FL 32321 TELEPHONE 643-5417 www.bristoldentalclinic.com DENTURE LAB ON PREMISES Same-Day Service on Repairs & Relines Bristol Dental Clinic Monica Bontrager, DMD PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF BRISTOL WORKSHOP The Bristol City Council will hold a Budget Workshop on: Durwood Stewart, Chairman Robin Hatcher, City Clerk Monday, July 23, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. ET at Bristol City Hall Fair Housing/Equal Opportunity Employer/Handicap Access Jurisdiction located at 12444 NW Virginia G. Weaver St., Bristol, FL. Those wishing to attend who require special accommodations should contact Robin Hatcher, City Clerk at (850)643-2261 at least 5 days prior to the workshop date. OFFICIAL SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT CALHOUN COUNTY, FL AUGUST 28, 2018 Sharon Chason, Calhoun County Supervisor of Elections EARLY VOTING will be held at the Calhoun County Courthouse AUG. 13-25 FROM 7 A.M. 5 P.M. CT SUNDA Y, AUG. 19 IS FROM 9 A.M. 4 P.M. CALHOUN COUNTY JULY 16 Darryl Blaine Neal, VOP, CCSO. James Lucas Kirkland, distri bution of synthetic narcotic, BPD. JULY 15 Terry Ray Smith, possession of methamphetamine, posses sion of drug equipment, BPD. William Lee Owens, nonsupport of children or spouse, BPD. JULY 14 Zeikel Paul Pitts, felony bat tery resulting in bodily harm, CCSO. JULY 13 John Paul McLendon, con victed felon registration, CCSO. Timothy Dean Chastain, VOP, BPD. JULY 11 Earl Robert Blackwell, VOP, CCSO. Nicholas Rance Tucker, pos session of methamphetamine, possession of drug equipment, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, CCSO. Rashon Davis, VOP, CCSO. William Henry Booth, VOP, CCSO. Earl Robert Blackwell, VOP, CCSO. Justin Mikel Barker, felony battery, aggravated assault with deadly weapon without intent to kill, battery, two counts of cru elty toward a child without great harm, CCSO. LIBERTY COUNTY JULY 15 Keisha McClenton, holding for Gulf, GCSO. JULY 14 Tony Lorenzo Thomas, driv ing while license suspended or revoked, LCSO. JULY 13 Nicholas T. Skelly, posses sion of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug equipment, LCSO. Amber Dawn Mathis, serving weekends, LCSO. Curtis Lee Harris, serving weekends, LCSO. JULY 12 Anita Laverne Williams, pos session of methamphetamine with intent to sell, manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of drug equipment, LCSO. Tracy Pullam, manufacture of methamphetamine with child present, possession of metham phetamine, possession of drug equipment LCSO. VOP, LCSO. JULY 11 Joseph Goff, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug equipment, LCSO. Thomas Galloway, posses sion of harmful new legend drug without a prescription posses sion of not more than 20 grams of marijuana LCSO. Brandon Scott Cross, battery with violence, felony battery, domestic battery by strangula tion, LCSO. JULY 10 Stacey Raye Collins, domes tic battery, LCSO. Jay Edward Johnson, VOP, LCSO. Jimmy Haney, possession with intent to sell Schedule III or IV drugs, possession of drug equipment, LCSO. JULY 9 Susan Dianne Kimbrough, VOP, LCSO. __________________________________________________ Listings include name followed by charge and represent those charged. We remind our readers that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty. ARREST REPORTS compiled by Journal Editor Teresa Eubanks Haney charged with possession of drugs after having seizure A man who received medical help after having what was suspected to be a drug-induced seizure is now facing charges. A relative called for help after seeing Jimmy Haney, 37, experience a seizure while sitting in a truck in the back yard this past February. A deputy arrived to find Haney unconscious on the ground beside the pickup as he was receiving assistance from an ambulance crew. A small pipe was found under Haneys right leg. Inside the truck, the deputy found a cigarette pack that held what later tested positive at the FDLE lab for synthetic cannabinoids. Haney was arrested July 10 and charged with possession with intent to sell Schedule III or IV drugs and possession of drug equipment. His bond was set at $7,500. He was released from custody July 12. JIMMY HANEY Man charged with attack on girlfriend as she was driving A 39-year-old Kinard man is being held without bond after an attack on his girlfriend which resulted in a charge of domestic battery by strangulation, according to a report from the Zeikel Paul Pitts was arrested Saturday after his girlfriend told a deputy he began choking her while she was driving. She said the attack followed accusations that she had been involved with someone else and that she had been stalking him with an audio placed into his jaw, according to the deputys report. She said that when she stopped the vehicle in the road, Pitts snatched the keys, got out and came to the drivers side, where he pulled her out and threw her to the ground. Pitts later told a deputy he had been drinking and was upset because his girlfriend wasnt taking him seriously. Take me to jail if you want, he told the deputy, adding, I jumped on her because she is part of the reason I dont have my kids. The womans injuries were documented and included abrasions on the left side of her neck and injuries to her right hand. The dirt was disturbed in an area in the yard where she said the altercation happened and a found there. ZEIKEL PAUL PITTS Bike rider carrying possession of gun and drugs A convicted felon barred arrested July 11 after a deputy aware of his arrest background noticed him riding down CR 73A with a rifle case strapped to a bicycle basket. Nicholas Tucker, 31, told deputies he was on the way to a friends house. When they inquired about the case, he said he was taking his fathers .22 to show to his friends. Deputies found the Remington .22 held seven rounds of ammunition with a loaded round in the chamber. When asked if he had anything else illegal, Tucker pulled out two bandanas from the pocket of his cargo shorts. Wrapped inside was a pipe with suspected methamphetamine residue. The contents of a black bag on his belt included a metal tube with suspected marijuana residue. A Royal Crown bag found in the bike basket held a small digital scale and a green metal tube with a bag of suspected methamphetamine residue. Some suspected marijuana was found inside a plastic container in another bag in the basket. Tucker was arrested and the gun was turned over to his father. He was charged with possession possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug equipment. His bond was set at $5,000. NICHOLAS R. TUCKER

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JULY 18, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 3 NEWS FROM THE PEWS 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 $20. 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 Domenick Esgro.................Advertising Patricia Sherrod...Production Assistant OFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. 6 p.m. M-F THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Visit us on Facebook at CLJNews Wildflower alert Florida Phlox by Eleanor Dietrich, Florida Panhandle ( Florida Panhandle Wildflower Alliance Wednesday, July 18 Thursday July 19 Friday, July 20 Saturday, July 21 Monday, July 23 Sunday, July 22 Tuesday, July 24 JULY starting at 5 p.m. ET at the Bristol Boat Landing. Registration from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. BIRTHDAYS: Mary McKenzie, Nancy Dillmore, Lisa Hosford Smith and Joyce Allen ANNIVERSARY: Mark & DeLayne Todd ends at 10 a.m. ET at the Bristol Boat Landing Storytime 10:30 a.m. ET at Hosford Library BIRTHDAYS: Andrew B. Perkins, Adam Mercer, Waylon Spicer and James Kersey BIRTHDAYS: Mark Todd, Rita Lewis, Jim Hall, Terri Stoutamire, Donny Grantham & Tammy Stephens Harmonica lessons 10:30 a.m. CT at Blountstown Library 12:30 p.m. CT at Altha Library 2:30 p.m. CT at Shelton Library Liberty County Bulldog Club meeting 7 p.m. ET BIRTHDAYS: Sherry Edewaard & Libby McFalls Stewart Harmonica lessons 10:30 a.m. CT at Hugh Creek Library 12:30 p.m. CT at Kinard Library 2:30 p.m. CT at Mossy Pond Library Calhoun County Commission meeting 6 p.m. CT at BIRTHDAYS: Onaleah Jones McClellan Buckle Series Barrel Race 5 p.m. CT at Tri County AG Complex in Altha BIRTHDAYS: Elijah Peterson, Martha Peterson, Kade Hill, Tameka Gates, Stacey Duggar, Ashlee Copeland, Ann Brinkley, Dowling Parrish, Ed Mercer & Jill Shuler Archaeology for Kids 1 p.m., ET hosted by Bristol Library at their temporary location in Veterans Memorial Civic Center Altha City Council meeting 6 p.m. CT at City Hall BIRTHDAYS: Kristen Ivory, Rhonda Blair, Linda McClellan & Chesnee McCaskill tournament set Tournament will begin Friday, July 20 at 5 p.m. and end Saturday, July 21 at 10 a.m. ET until 10 p.m. ET Friday, July 20. Four 21 at 10 a.m. ET CT Library Game Day SHe: No Fear Free and fun event for girls Aug. 4 in Altha CT Photo booth fun at SHe 2017 RCC to spruce up the grounds and classrooms at BES Family Affair set for Saturday, Aug. 4 at Neal Civic Center CT ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCH CT The church is located at 16498 Gaskin Street (turn at McDonalds) in Blountstown. For more information call (850) 674-4482. k FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BRISTOL ET nightly. The church is located at 10677 NW Mi chaux Road in Bristol. For more informa tion call (850) 643-5400. k WORD OF TRUTH-UNITED CT and CT CT CT The church is located at 19397 SW South Street in Blountstown. For more in formation call Pastor Ron Baker at (850) 643-6268. Community Calendar Attend the Church of your choice this Sunday

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Page 4 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JULY 18, 2018 C ITY T IRE C O. TIRE STORE! GOODYEAR DUNLOP BFG & More "Volkswagens to semi's, we handle them all" CITY TIRE IS YOUR ONE-STOP TIRE SHOP! GRACEVILLE Nearly 300 teachers be came the students from across northwest Florida and Alabama at an ener gy education workshop co-hosted by West Flor ida Electric Cooperative (WFEC) in June. I really enjoyed this conference, and as a new teacher, walking into a classroom without many supplies, this conference was very worthwhile, said Carol Boswell, who is a seventh grade teacher at Vernon Mid dle School. She will be teaching this month. The second annual Empower Energy Edu cation Workshop pro vided fun, engaging, fast-paced activities about electric generation and distribution with a focus on energy educa tion. Attendees received the tools and curriculum necessary to integrate the activities into their classrooms. These ma terials, aimed at K-12 students, include handson activities designed to teach tomorrows leaders about all energy sources from fossil fuels to renewables. The cur riculum was developed by the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project. The Empower Energy Educa tion Workshop is part of an initiative to promote a balanced approach to energy education in the classroom. NEED equips todays teachers with knowledge and work skills, training teachers to teach energy from a balanced perspec tive and promote an en ergy conscious and edu cated society. They have designed an objective, multi-sided energy edu cation program used in more than 65,000 class rooms nationwide. These resources meet students diverse needs and learn ing styles and are cor related to the National Science Education Con tent Standards, as well as state standards. One of our founding principles as a coopera tive is providing educa tion and learning to our members, said Russell Dunaway, WFEC Ex ecutive VP & CEO. As the electric utility indus try continues to change due to innovations in technology, we believe it is imperative to ensure educators have the in formation and materials needed to inform future Local teachers get an energy education generations about the types of energy avail able, where it comes from, how it is generated and also how it impacts their families, our econ omy and quality of life. The conference also provided attendees an opportunity to network with other teachers, sharing ideas and build ing lifelong connections. Boswell stated the con nections she was able to make with some of the other teachers were im portant to her as a new educator. Each teacher who at tended received a kit with experiments and resources they can use with their students in the classroom environment. In fact, the teachers who attended Empower par ticipated in these handson projects and experi ments themselves they even wrote, acted or sang in skits illustrating the energy information and principles they learned over the three-day event. I plan to use the ma terials with my fourth grade science students to introduce topics in a visual way that will help them remember the materials more easily. When students are able to SEE what we are dis cussing right in front of them, it is much more memorable, said Nirra Poret, a veteran teacher of 14 years from River side Elementary School. The co-op will pro vide scholarships to local educators to the work shop again next summer. If you are a teacher in Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson or Washington County, contact your school district's county tion about how to apply. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING SUPPLEMENTING FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018 LIBERTY COUNTY BUDGET ET BY THE ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LIBERTY COUNTY, FLORIDA. Kathleen E. Brown, Clerk of Court SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET 2017-2018 GENERAL FUND & AMBULANCE FUND AMBULANCE FUND UNANTICIPATED AND UNDERESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES GENERAL FUND: GENERAL FUND: CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD FOR AMBULANCE: TOTAL CASH FORWARD FOR AMBULANCE ......................$21,431.00 GENERAL FUND TRANSFER OUT: TRANSFER OUT TO AMBULANCE FUND: TOTAL TRANSFER OUT ........................................................$246,606.00 AMBULANCE FUND: AMBULANCE FUND: REVENUES: TOTAL GRANT REVENUES .................................................. $ 75,191.00 AMBULANCE UNDERESTIMATED REVENUE: UNDERESTIMATED REVENUES: TOTAL REVENUES ................................................................ $ 254,160.00 AMBULANCE FUND TRANSFER IN: TRANSFER IN FROM GENERAL FUND: TOTAL TRANSFER IN ................................................................$ 246,606.00 TOTAL AMBULANCE REVENUES, UNDERESTIMATED REVENUES, AND TRANSFERS IN ............................................... $ 575,957.00 AMBULANCE FUND EXPENDITURES: TOTAL EXPENDITURES ................................................................$ 575,957.00

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JULY 18, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 5 Hello, My name is James Bo Sanders. It has been an honor and a pleasure serving the citizens of Liberty County. I am currently seeking re-election for County Commissioner District 4. I am a lifelong resident of Liberty County where I graduated from Liberty County High in 1978. I have been married to my wife Tina for 26 years. We have raised 4 daughters and now have 9 grandchildren. I was raised in the timber industry learning and appreciating the value of a hard days work. My Grandfather owned and operated Troy Sanders Lumber Company in Hosford where I worked growing up. For 13 years I owned and operated a partnership in Sanders Logging in Hosford. In the last 9 years I have extended my interest to beekeeping and currently own a part businesses operations/production and administration including day to day op erations, bookkeeping, payroll, state and federal taxes and accounts pay able. I have an extensive knowledge of road building, road maintenance and drainage, gained while working numer ous years with a local contracting com pany out of Hosford. This experience for the infrastructure of Liberty County. In my quest to enhance my knowl edge and career choices, I attended Lively Criminal Justice Training for ba sic recruits in 1988 and graduated that same year. I have attended Gulf Coast Community College completing Re on 05/15/04 and passing the Correc tional State Board Exam on 05/25/04. I attended Chipola Jr. College, com pleting the Corrections Review High Liabilities Course on 01/26/12. Uti at Liberty Correctional Institution as I am honest, hardworking dedi cated, dependable, capable and a team player. I have the knowl edge, skills and abilities needed to help lead the county in the right direction for new job growth and our county great. I look forward to applying the ideals and knowl edge I have gained through the years and will do my best to con tinue to keep Liberty County a great place to live. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated! JAMES BO SANDERS Candidate for Liberty County Commissioner, District 4 Political Advertisement paid for and approved by James Bo Sanders, Democrat for County Commissioner, District 4, Liberty County Marian Kelly of Blountstown and Justin Mercer of Liberty County will exchange wedding vows next month in Bristol. She is the daughter of Tesa and the late John Kelly, Sr. of Blountstown. He is the son of Mike and Terri Mercer of Craw fordville and Mark and Melany Hug of Bristol. The groom is a 2011 graduate of Lib erty County High School and is currently a Sergeant at Liberty Correctional Insti tution. The bride is a 2003 graduate of Blountstown High School. She complet ed nursing school at Florida Panhandle College and is currently employed as a nurse at Liberty Correctional Institution. The ceremony will be held Saturday, Aug. 18 beginning at 5 p.m. ET in the ga zebo at Veterans Memorial Civic Center with a reception to follow. The couple plan to reside in Liberty County after the wedding. Mercer, Kelly to wed Aug. 18 at Veterans Memorial Park gazebo BLOUNTSTOWN Kristy Terry, Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce executive director and Explore Northwest Florida board member, joined more than three hundred industry profes sionals from across the United States at Southeast Tourism Soci etys (STS) 27th Annual Market ing College. STS Marketing College is a professional development pro gram that, for one week each year, turns the facilities at Univer sity of North Georgia (UNG) in Dahlonega, GA, into specialized classrooms to teach marketing. Record enrollment for the three-year program was 320 this year which ran June 24-29. The Calhoun Chamber Director joins Jackson and Walton County tourism development members at annual training Kristy Terry attends Marketing College program began in 1992. Today, more than 1,000 marketing, travel, and tourism Travel Marketing Professional (TMP). Students come from numerous industry sectors such as chambers of commerce, convention and visitors bureaus, and attractions. In conjunction with the market ing curriculum, alumni classes, and a festivals and events track, are also offered. Course topics include digital marketing, media relations, customer service, ad vertising, research, and crisis management. In addition to Terry, other Explore Northwest Florida (ENWFL) board mem bers Christy Andreasen with Jackson County Tourist Development Council, Jason Cutshaw with Walton County Tourism Development Council, and ENWFL Proj year, Cutshaw completed his second year, and Webb completed her third year, ticipate in the program through a full scholarship award from ENWFL's, formerly known as RiverWay South, capacity building and educational enhancement pro gram, funded in part by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. birthdays TAMMY EVANS ANDREWS Tammy Evans Andrews will cele July 19. She is the daughter of Mar cus Andrews of Bristol and Britny Evans of Panama City. Her proud grandparents are the late Sandra Andrews and Louis and Cindy An drews of Bristol. Her godmother is Shawna Melvin of Clarksville. ROGER KENT Roger Kent celebrated his 75 th birthday on Tuesday, July 17. He was a meat cutter for 44 years at Winn Dixie and Publix. He is now the owner of Quick Shine Car Wash in Bristol. He is the father of Wayne Kent and Britt Kent and his wife, Stacy. His grandchil dren are Avery, Brook, Darrick, Chelsea, Raymond and Scott. He enjoys traveling the Smokey Mountains. There will be a cel ebration on Saturday, July 21 at in Crawfordville. There will be live music and dinner with family and friends. No presents necessary. The National Kidney Foundation of Florida Richard K. Salick Community Awards Program is a scholarship fund for graduating high school or home schooled seniors or students currently enrolled in accredited universities who exemplify the characteristics of Rich Salick through active volunteer com munity service. The NKFF established this pro gram in 2013 in memory of Richard K. Salick to recognize students that have shown a quality of giving back to the community. The programs goals are to provide college tuition assistance to those stu dents who are already making a posi tive difference in their community and to inspire others to do the same. Apply today by visiting www.NKF surf.com! The deadline for submission is Aug. 15. If you are interested in do nating to the Rich Salick Scholarship Scholarships for community service

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Page 6 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JULY 18, 2018 A RECAP OF RECENT OBSERVATIONS BY LATE NIGHT TV HOSTS. Late Night Laughs CHICO MARX FOR PRESIDENT WASHINGTON In Duck Soup, the character COMMENTARY According to experts, Trump and Putin had a lot to negotiate in their meeting. Trump says the ne gotiations went great. Putin now controls New York and California, and in exchange, Trump got three magic beans. JIMMY FALLON The founder of Papa John's has resigned after using a racial slur in a conference call. People are calling it the second worst thing Papa John's founder ever said since I'm starting a pizza company. The 12 boys who were rescued from a cave in Thailand last week are about to be released want to eat is KFC. Then their doctor was like, enough? JIMMY FALLON Donald Trump had tea with the queen and on Friday, it seemed like a big deal that he walked in front of the queen, which is apparently a noyour back on the queen, or pour ketchup in her things. JIMMY KIMMEL soccer players were trapped in a cave with rising water, and then six world leaders were trapped in a summit with President Trump. Vladimir Putin. STEPHEN COLBERT President Trump and Russian President Vladi mir Putin had a one-on-one meeting that lasted over two hours. Ugh, poor Trump! That is a long time to hang out with your boss. SETH MEYERS There are said to be at least three more Game of Thrones pilots in the works at HBO, each one of them set in a different time period with differ ent characters and storylines. This is all part of anything that happens on Game of Thrones ever again. JIMMY KIMMEL The website Vice has published a new article thing lost on the subway? An hour and a half. SETH MEYERS After their time together, Putin did say that the meeting went very well. In fact, it went so well that Putin said he might make Trump president for another four years. JIMMY FALLON Beyonc and Jay-Z concert recently where she This, according to a white woman on the phone with police. SETH MEYERS Pundit Mark Shields has been on the political playing After years of managing campaigns from the court house to the White House, he is now one of the most widely recognized commen AMERICAN COLOR By Mark Shields

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JULY 18, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 7 COMMENTARY Sean Dietrich writes about life in the Ameri can South. His columns have appeared in South Magazine, the Bitter Southerner, Thom Maga zine and the Tallahassee Democrat. He shares his observations and chronicles his interaction with friends, family and strangers he meets along the way while sharing glimpses of daily life in our little corner of America. He has written several books which can be found on Amazon.com. R This morning, there were two dozen home grown tomatoes on my doorstep. I arrived home to see Winn-Dixie bags hanging from my door, and I almost lost control of my lower ex tremities. I come from country people. And country people regard tomatoes as holy things. Country people get excited about things like tomatoes. We are also the kind of people who show our love in strange ways, using things like vegetables, casserole dishes, love-notes, or saturated fat. Sometimes we use all four. There was no note attached to these toma toes, which struck me as odd. A secret tomatoadmirer, perhaps. I brought the bags inside. I opened them. There were tomatoes of every shape and color. Yellows, greens, reds, and even purples. Purple tomatoes, my mother once told me, were magic tomatoes. Youve hit the tomato jackpot, my mother would say, if you come across a tomato so full of magic that its turning purple. I have a thing for tomatoesmagic or oth erwise. My mother used to grow them in the summers of my youth. If I close my eyes I can still smell the greenery in her garden. Her small patches of tilled earth were surrounded by chicken wire, and hair clippings. The clippings were mine. Back in those days, my mother used to cut my hair with dull scissors on our back porch. In fact, this was the primary reason for my traumatic childhood. My haircuts were a cross between Bozo the Clown and an International Billiards Federation regulation cue ball. Often, people at school would say things like, Hey, who cuts your hair? Ronnie Milsap? Directly after my weedwacker haircuts, my mother would gather hair clippings into a dust pan and scatter them in her garden. The idea was that the human scent scares away vermin like raccoons, rabbits, and various civic-level politicians. And it worked like a charm. Her tomatoes were county renowned. ing baskets, loaded with bright reds, yellows, and magic purples. Im talking tomatoes so plump they require PG-13 ratings. So now you know how country people show love. Homegrown okra, collards, zipper peas, purple hulls, white corn, green peanuts. And sacred tomatoes. fare just anywhere. Most tomatoes, for instance, dont come from gardens, but from nuclear fa cilities in Beijing. They are pink atrocities that seize the moment. Thats exactly what I did. For breakfast, I made a tomato sandwich the same way my dirtfarmer ancestors have been doing the since the invention of the rock. My family has long standing rules for tomato sandwiches, which are simple: bread. In a pinch, Wonderbread will do, but try not to make it a habit. Also, leave whole grains acle Whipwhich science has proven is not actual mayonnaise, but sweetened industrial pump lubricant. And heres another tip: always use more mayonnaise than your doctor says you should. not repeat the above steps. Ive changed my shirt eight times today. It might sound silly, but these tomatoes make me remember things. They make me remember the sort of folks I come from. And they make me remember how times were long before peo ple texted at stop lights. They make me remember a time when the only electronic devices we had were made by Philco or General Electric. A time when people still read Sunday papers. When the only coffee maker my mother used was a Corningware per colator. A time when love wasnt sent via email, text, or emoji, but in Winn-Dixie bags of produce. Speaking of which. I reached into the bottom of the Winn-Dixie bag and I found a note writ ten on a piece of legal paper. I mustve missed it. Dear Sean, the note read. I bought these for you, I thought youd enjoy them. Well. Dear Jamie, I wrote this for you. Its nothing compared to a tomato, but it will have to do. S EAN OF THE S OUTH HOLY BY SEAN DIETRICH Licensed roofer and contractor, concrete work, landscaping, pressure cleaning, renovations, painting, vinyl and siding. Licensed & Insured, contractor & roofer FOR FREE ESTIMATES Call (850) 674-8092 WILLIAM'S Home Improvements No Job Too Big or Small" DAVI D JACKSON SUMMERS P. A Attorney at Law djsummers.law@gmail.com (850) 643-2030 (850) 272-0144 Clint Hatcher, Owner New Homes Garages Additions Electrical Remodeling Foundations Screenrooms Sunrooms VINYL SIDING RESIDENTIAL & COMMER CIAL FREE Estimates Serving Calhoun, Liberty & Jackson Counties Allens Concrete CALL BOBBY OR KELLY ALLEN FOR ALL OF YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS! 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Page 8 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JULY 18, 2018 (850) 643-6337 Political advertisement paid for and approved by Doyle Brown for Liberty County Commission, District 4. Political advertisement paid for and approved by David Jackson Summers for County Judge e ELECT IF ELECTED I PLEDGE TO BE: RESPECTFUL Your Voice. Your Vote. Your Judge. Thank you for your consideration and support as your next Liberty County Judge. -David Jackson Summers BLOUNTSTOWN Mary Sue Moore Mc Clellan of Blountstown graduated with a Doctor of Nursing Practice at the University of Alabama Birminghams 70th com mencement ceremony, held on April 27. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a prac tice-focused terminal de gree to prepare graduates to practice at the highest level in specialty practice or to assume leadership positions in health care or nursing education. While at University of Alabama at Birmingham, Mary Sue focused her stud ies in Family Practice Nurse Practitioner. Her scholarly practice project involved the implemen tation of a self-manage ment program to improve Type II Diabetes in rural populations. Mary Sue was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society, having exceeded the rigorous standards and having demonstrated the ideal qualities of a leader and a scholar in Mary Sue is currently employed as a Hospital ist and Emergency Room Advanced Nurse Practi tioner at Calhoun Liberty County Hospital. She be gan her medical career at Calhoun Liberty County Hospital in 2008 as a Registered Nurse and in 2015 began working as an Advanced Nurse Prac titioner. Mary Sue is married to Chase McClellan of Blountstown. She is the daughter of Roy and Janice Moore of Blount stown and the grand daughter of the late Ru fus and Mamie Weathers of Blountstown and late Mary Moore and LeRoy Moore of Blountstown. The Dixie Masonic Lodge #109 Blountstown initiated its newest members on June 28. Brother Michael Wilkes was assisted with the ceremony by representatives of Bethle hem #276 Bonifay and Red Level #134 Alliance. NEW MASONS Notes of Thanks First and foremost we want to thank everyone for coming out to the pancake breakfast fundraiser. Thank you school board for all you have done to help as well. We recently ymous donor has kindly render their service to move it here to the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement. We are in need of monetary dona tions, our goal is $5,000 in order to move chain link fence and get utilities up and running. The staircase in the from reaching us. Our goals have been and will continue to be meeting the education needs of future generations. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for all the support once again! If you would like to donate please can donate online via our website www. panhandlepioneer.org/donate.htm The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement ***** Blountstown Public Library would like to thank Sophia Matos for giving us a demonstration of how to play the clarinet. She was great at telling how to play and care for the instrument. She answered many questions from the children, who all loved that she shared her love of music with us. She is one of our volunteers for the Summer Reading Program for which the theme is Libraries Rock. We would also like to thank Alonnah Rogers for having her friend, Carl the T-Rex, come visit us. Carl made an appearance to see the smaller children that were in the Sto rytime group and then went to visit the children in the Summer Reading Pro gram as well. Each child got to take pictures with Carl and they all had a re ally good time. ***** To all, Thank you for your kindness and sympathy at a time when it was deeply appreciated. Ed Botting The Spanish Trail Playhouse will pres ent An Evening of Southern Gospel Saturday, Aug. 11 at 7 p.m. CT at the Spanish Trail Playhouse Theatre of the Artist Series featured by Spanish Trail Play house each season. Directed by Jimmy Miller, this show features the areas best musicians and singers performing South ern Gospel favorites. This years MC will be Sonny Morris. Sonny & Linda Morris, members of the Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame since 2015, will be the featured performers. Other vocalists who will per form during the evening include Jenny Hammond, also see P. J. Pettijohn on lead guitar and vocals, A.D. Davis on drums and vocals, Kevin Russell on piano, Kirk Thompson on bass guitar and vocals, Doug Salt er on keyboard, A.J. Thompson on acoustic guitar, Jon Webb on guitar and mandolin, Jimmy Miller on steel guitar, banjo, dobro and vocals. A special treat is in store for attendees this year, courtesy of Kevin Russell and The Spanish Trail Quartet. This annual event of the past eight years sells out quickly, so get your tickets early. Reserved seat tick ets are on sale now for just $15 at the Playhouse Box An Evening of Southern Gospel in Chipley Aug. 11

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JULY 18, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 9 Charles McClellan Funeral HomeButler-Morgan/Morgan-McClellan Funeral Home Building at 15 S. Jackson St., Quincy, 32351Phone: (850) 627-7677 or 643-2277Charles K. McClellanLicensed Funeral Director 42 years experience Call us Let us explain how we can conveniently handle arrangements in Liberty County. MONU M ENTS, INC. CUMBAA Let us help create a lasting tribute for your loved one. MONUMENTS, MEMORIALS, & ALL CEMETERY WORK COMPARE OUR PRI C ES! CALLJanet Cumbaa Taylor(850) 447-0315 (850) 674-8449janetcumbaataylor@yahoo.com 19041 SR 20 W., BLOUNTSTOWN SERVING NW FL SINCE 1963 ...Because the greatest gift you can give your loved one is peace of mind. Call Todd today for a free pre-planning consul tation. We accept pre-arranged contracts from 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 NOTICEIMPORT ANT MESSAGE FROM THE LIBERTY COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER Florida Amendment 1, the Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment, also referred to as The 3rd Homestead, will be fate in the hands of the voters of Florida. Amendment 1 would provide for a homestead exemption on the portion of home values between $100,000 and $125,000, for an additional $25,000 exemption. In our effort to inform the residents of LibEstimator to our website. This estimator allows for property owners to determine 1. Please visit our website homepage at:and click on the link hxestimator.org and enter your property address. The estithe 3rd Homestead. If you need help or have questions, please Your Property Appraiser, Cindy P. Walker GEORGE WILBURN CREAMER, JR. EASTPOINT George Wilburn Creamer, Jr., 82, of Eastpoint, passed away Tuesday, July 10, 2018 in Jacksonville. He was born in Eastpoint, Oct. 29, 1935 to the late George Wilburn Creamer, Sr. and Mary Virginia Segree Creamer. He proudly served in the United States Air Force and was a retired postmaster. He was of the Assembly of God faith. Survivors include his wife, Maxine Creamer of Eastpoint; two sons, George Miles Creamer and George Buckley Creamer and his wife, Melissa, also of Eastpoint; two daughters, Vir ginia Gail Capps and her husband, Jonathan of Cleve land, TN and Cynthia Maxine Creamer of Eastpoint; six grandchildren, Valentino, Gabrielle, Abigail, Annalyse, Grace and Trulee; and one great-grandchild, Elisha; brothers, Greg Creamer and his wife, Barbara of St. Petersburg and Doug Creamer and his wife, Gwen of Eastpoint; and a sister, Fay Burton and her husband, Orlis of Monroe, TN. Graveside services were held at Eastpoint Ceme ing. Interment followed. Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. DIXIE L. BLOOM FOUNTAIN Dixie L. Bloom, 82, of Fountain, passed away Wednesday, July 11, 2018 in Marianna. She was born Aug. 9, 1935 in Wilmington, IL to the late Leroy and Elizabeth Nordstrom Hill. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband of 64 years, Kendrick Bloom.Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown is in charge of the arrangements.IDA EUGENIA JEAN JOHNSON OPP, AL Ida Eugenia Jean Johnson, 92, of Opp, AL passed away Sunday, July 15, 2018 in Opp. Born in Meridian, MS, Sept. 25, 1925, she was the daughter of the late John Edward and Betty Cornelia Covington. She moved to Opp in 1960 and attended Opp Community Church where she was pastor, evangelist, Sunday School teacher, and a board member. She loved to paint and do needlework. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Bill Johnson. Survivors include one son, Edward R. Disotell and his wife, Sharon of Opp, AL; one daughter, Barbara Williams, also of Opp, AL; three grandchildren, Bud Disotell and his wife, Michelle of Elba, AL, Renee Kelley and her husband, Mickey of Troy, AL and Priscilla Keller and her husband, Greg of Marietta, GA; seven great-grandchildren, Camden Kelley and Candace Kelley of Troy, AL, Hayden Disotell and his wife, Ashley of Elba, AL, Brianna Morgan and her husband, Cory of Brantley, AL, Devin Jackson and his wife, Kayla of Elba, AL and Emma Keller and William Keller of Marietta; two great-great-grand children, Paisley Disotell and Rhett Jackson, both of Elba, AL. Services will be held at Word of Faith Church in Brantley, Wednesday, July, 18 at 2 p.m. with Pastor Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery in the Bullock Community. Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown is in charge of the arrangements. OBITUARIES LEGAL NOTICESADVERTISEMENT FOR BID CULPEPPER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC, SL# CGC045517, the Construction Managers for the New Liberty County High School will be Trade Contractors for the following Bid Packages: 2-001SITE WORK 2-710FENCING 3-001CONCRETE 4-001MASONRY 5-001STRUCT/MISC. STEEL 5-400LIGHT GAUGE TRUSSES 6-400ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK 8-001GENERAL TRADES 8-100DOORS & HARDWARE 8-400WINDOWS/ENTRANCES/ STOREFRONTS 9-250DRYWALL SYSTEMS 9-500ACOUSTICAL 9-550ATHLETIC FLOORING 9-600FLOORING & TILE 9-900PAINTING/WATERPROOFING/ JOINT SEALANTS 9-700RESINOUS FLOORING 10-600WALKWAY CANOPIES 11-400FOOD SER VICE EQUIPMENT 11-500ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 12-500WINDOW TREATMENTS 13-600PRE-ENGINEERED BUILDINGS 15-001MECHANICAL 15-300FIRE PROTECTIONS 15-400PLUMBING 16-001ELECTRICAL PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS: The Construction Manager shall provide to all prospective Bidders, the complete bid documents for the project. Contacts: Stacy Nedley (stacy@culpeppercc.com) or Allan Franklin (allan@culpeppercc. com). BIDDERS QUESTIONS: All questions or be addressed in writing to Culpepper Construction Co., Inc. to the attention of Stacy Nedley or Allan Franklin (see email addresses, above). TOWN HALL MEETING / PRE-BID MEETING: A town hall meeting and nonmandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, July 23, 2018 at located at 12926 NW County Road 12, Bristol, FL 32321. PUBLIC BID OPENING: The Trade Bid Packages shall be bid at 3:00 p.m. on Circle NW, Suite 1000, Tallahassee, FL 32303. 7-18, 7-25 R&R WAREHOUSES NOTICE OF SALE On July 27, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. CST, R&R Warehouses will dispose of or sell the contents of 9 (nine) storage units from Blountstown and 3 (three) storage units from Bristol at 19300 SR 20W. (850) 674-4700. The units are believed to contain household and/or personal property of the following tenants: Acey Abbott Stacy Brown Tiffany Chewning Keijuan Davis Alphonso Hayines Stephanie Lilly Stephanie Manietta Brad Owens Kathy Roberts Roger Smith Joe Williams There will be a sale of the contents of these and all delinquent units at a later date. 7-18, 7-25 SEALED BID INVITATION Liberty County Transit is seeking to receive sealed bids for: ATEATT0-APEX-12 Atlas Lift (2 post lift) CPS-FA1234 A/C Refrigerant System Place bids in a sealed envelope marked SEALED BID and indicate bid item on the outside of envelope. All Sealed Bids must be received either in person or by July 26, 2018 by 4 p.m. EST. For more information please call (850) 643-4318. 7-18, 7-25 The City of Bristol is holding a Public Hearing to consider approval of a Site Plan for the location of a Professional Office for Counseling Services, to be located at 10611 North West State Road 20 in Bristol, in Section 36, Township 1 North, Range 8 West, on a 0.258 Acre parcel in an existing structure, that is currently designated for Rural V illage Land Use, which allows The City Council will hold the Public Hearing on the proposed Site Plan on: ETat City Hall. All interested parties are encouraged to attend and participate in the Public Hearing Process. Copies of the Application and applicable Land Development Regulations may be Hall. Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will need a record of these proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Dated this 18th day of July, 2018 Durwood Stewart, Chairman Robin Hatcher, City Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE SITE PLAN HEARINGCITY OF BRISTOL With the hottest months already upon us and summer activities in full swing, the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF), in partnership with the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) and local law enforcement and partners, is reminding parents and caregivers to Look Before You Lock and remain vigilant while children are in or around water. Each event being held across the state will educate families on the dangers of leaving children unattended in a vehicle, as well as, provide preventative measures on safe swimming, to ensure families enjoy a safe and endless summer. It only takes a moment to be proactive and ensure your child is safe, to prevent a fatal accident, DCF Secretary Mike Carroll said. During the upcoming months, take advantage of the information shared with you today and throughout the next few months, with wonderful memories and fun times. Florida summers are extremely hot and leaving a child in a car for any amount of time is neglectful and can have deadly consequences, said DHSMV Executive Director Terry L. Rhodes. DHSMV encourages all motor ists to Arrive Alive by not only driving safely, but by also conof the vehicle when they reach their destination. Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF), Florida Department of Highway Patrol (FHP), Tallahassee Fire Department, Tallahassee Police Department (TPD), Leon County Sher County Emergency Management Services (EMS) are joining together to promote a safe summer by providing prevention and awareness information on Wednesday, When: Wednesday, July 18 at 10 a.m. Where: FHP Troop H building, located at 2100 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32308 Why: The dangers of leaving children unattended in a vehicle, especially during Floridas hottest months, can be fatal. Temperatures inside of a vehicle can increase by 20 degrees in just 10 minutes. Cracking a window open does little to keep the vehicle cool. Never leave a child alone in a car and always remember to Look Before You Lock. Visual Opportunities: A mock demonstration with a life-size doll in a hot car. A thermometer will be on display showing how fast the temperature rises. The demonstra tion will conclude with the doll being removed from the vehicle and transported by Leon County EMS for treatment. keeping your family safe this summer, please visit DCFs Endless Summer Safety and FHPs Safe Summer Travel websites.

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Page 10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JULY 18, 2018 LIBERTY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONNO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, WE WILL TRAINFor more information contact Liberty Correctional Institution Recruiter Tony Hill at (850) 643-9628 CANDIDA TE REQUIREMENTS Preference shall be given to certain veterans and spouses of veterans as provided by the Florida Statutes. Physical and drug test are required. The Florida Department of Corrections is an Minimum Requirements Apply at: www.apalacheecenter.org For more details contact Stephanie Luckie at (850) 523-3212 or email stephaniel@apalacheecenter.org Apalachee CenterAdult/Child Care Manager Even small ads get a lot of attention in The Journal! 50Call 643-3333 for information. DRIVERSCDL-A drivers needed Call (877) 352-7198 OPEN POSITION WOERNER FARMS OF CLARKSVILLE Apply at Woerner Farms Clarksville (8 miles east of US-231) MEDICAL FRONT OFFICE/RECEPTIONIST NOW HIRING Send resume to: libertychc@fairpoint.net or fax to (850) 379-5811 RIVER VALLEY REHABILITATION CENTER is now accepting applications for the following positions: T o apply visit www.rivervalleyrehab.comEQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, M/F/V-/D ADDITION AL POSITIONS AV AILABLE (Cooking experience preferred) $2,000 Full-time CNA Sign-on Bonus JOB MKT.To place a job ad, call (850) 643-3333 or email thejournal@fairpoint.net.

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JULY 18, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 11 STARSCOPE July 18 July 24, 2018 FOR SALE size 18W; lamps; cheap pric es for all. Call (850) 6745213. 7-18, 7-25 236 8 glass plates, 204 16 oz. crystal glasses, $300 for all. Numerous other silver trays and serving pieces available. Retired from catering and no lon ger needed. Call (850) 933-0304. 7-18, 7-25 used and needs minor TLC, $1,500. Text stove to (850) 4436438 for pictures. 7-18, 7-25 Call (850) 570-1964. 7-18, 7-25 with all utili ties at Chipola River in Scotts Ferry and a 5 ft. rotor mower. Call (850) 408-8461. 7-18, 7-25 for RV, never used, $35; electric push lawn mow er, runs and cuts good, adjustable blade, $40. These are unclaimed items left in my apart ment. Call (850) 6436288. Please leave a message if no answer. 7-11, 7-18 brand new, $140. Call (850) 447-5977. 7-11, 7-18 in Blountstown is grow ing. Stop in and see our clothes for $1 or less. (850) 674-1818. UFN FURNITURE with elec tric recliners on both sides and love seat with recliners on both sides, matching brown set, in good shape, $250 or will sell separately. Call (850) 674-1565 or (850) 447-1828. 7-18, 7-25 burgundy and gold, ma hogany frame, fair condi tion, $200 OBO; several end tables and lamps, $100 for all. Call (850) 718-8016. 7-18, 7-25 with tags still on it, $500; Catnapper love seat with brown soft leather, total electric recliner on both ends, center console and USB back decompression belt for size 42-54, $100. Call (850) 447-5390. 7-18, 7-25 in nice condition, $50; entertainment center, wide, $50; good size couch, greenish gold in color, $45; white micro wave, $20; These are unclaimed items left in my apartment. Call (850) 643-6288. Please leave a message if no answer. 7-11, 7-18 $60; two pretty lamps, $140 for the pair. Call (850) 447-5977. 7-11, 7-18 $290; red futon, very nice, $70; two desks, $30 each; porch furniture, two chairs and a table, $45; end tables, $25 each. Call (405) 213-3833. 7-11, 7-18 21 wide, 15 deep and 24 tall, al mond in color, $20. Call (850) 762-2113. 7-11, 7-18 VEHICLES excellent shape, new tires, one owner, white with gray interior, $10,000 negotiable. Call (850) 510-7404. 7-11, 7-18 2500, HD SLT Ext. Cab, 4WD, turbo diesel, V8 6.6L. Engine was re placed and has 77,000 miles. Good condition, $10,000. Call (850) 3380012. 7-11, 7-18 red, sunroof, 2 door, new tires, runs great, gets great gas mileage, very dependable, $1,800. Call (850) 447-2463. 7-11, 7-18 BOAT 30 HP Mer cury, stick steering, two tanks, oil injection, new tune up and water pump, $5,000. Call (850) 6437342. 7-18, 7-25 TRAVEL TRAILER with one slide-out, new tires and awning, queen sized bed and bunk beds, appliances and AC. Everything works great, $10,000 OBO. Call (850) 379-3965. 7-11, 7-18 WANTED runs good, 17 cubic foot or larger. Call (850) 447-5885. 7-18, 7-25 T posts, tin and cow/hog panels. Call (850) 209-0910. 7-18, 7-25 PETS for sale, call for more information, (850) 766-5827. 7-11, 7-18 YARD SALE Friday and Saturday, July 20 and July 21 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. CT at 20253 NE CR 274 in Altha. Clothes, dishes, milk glass, a lot of fabric scraps. Rain or shine. Phone (850) 7623986. CLASSIFIEDS To place your ad, call (850) 643-3333 by noon ET on Monday. Non-business ads run FREE for 2 weeks. ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20 TAURUS Apr 21/May 21 GEMINI May 22/Jun 21 CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22 LEO Jul 23/Aug 23 VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22 LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23 SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22 SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21 CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20 AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18 PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20 2 BR 1 BA $ 500 /RENT $ 300 /DEPOSIT LARGE KITCHEN AND LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH NEW CURTAINS, COVERED FRONT PORCH NO PETS (850) 363-2849 BRISTOL FOR RENT SMOKEYBEAR.COM 9 out of 10 wildfires are caused by humans. 9 out of 10 wildfires can be prevented. ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDFIRES.J. Mcilvaine L. SchnitzerK. Gonzalez S. Murray C. DAmicoV. SchinkeH. HamerAC100% 100% PCHO-SMKY-P2593Ad Council Smokey Bear Get Your Smokey On Print B+W Newspaper Ad LIVE TRIM BLEED NOTES BUILT AT PRINTED AT REVISE CLIENT JOB # DATE SA SM TM PR CCO AE AS CLIENT DESCRIPTION ELEMENT/VERSION MM/JMCD A. LincolnAD D. NeriCD 4/30/08 #0N/A 3 col_5.75 x 10.5 N/A SMOKEYBEAR.COM 9 out of 10 wildfires are caused by humans. 9 out of 10 wildfires can be prevented. ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDFIRES.J. Mcilvaine L. SchnitzerK. Gonzalez S. Murray C. DAmicoV. SchinkeH. HamerAC100% 100% PCHO-SMKY-P2593Ad Council Smokey Bear Get Your Smokey On Print B+W Newspaper Ad LIVE TRIM BLEED NOTES BUILT AT PRINTED AT REVISE CLIENT JOB # DATE SA SM TM PR CCO AE AS CLIENT DESCRIPTION ELEMENT/VERSION MM/JMCD A. LincolnAD D. NeriCD 4/30/08 #0N/A 3 col_5.75 x 10.5 N/A SMOKEYBEAR.COM 9 out of 10 wildfires are caused by humans. 9 out of 10 wildfires can be prevented. ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDFIRES.J. Mcilvaine L. SchnitzerK. Gonzalez S. Murray C. DAmicoV. SchinkeH. HamerAC100% 100% PCHO-SMKY-P2593Ad Council Smokey Bear Get Your Smokey On Print B+W Newspaper Ad LIVE TRIM BLEED NOTES BUILT AT PRINTED AT REVISE CLIENT JOB # DATE SA SM TM PR CCO AE AS CLIENT DESCRIPTION ELEMENT/VERSION MM/JMCD A. LincolnAD D. NeriCD 4/30/08 #0N/A 3 col_5.75 x 10.5 N/A SMOKEYBEAR.COM 9 out of 10 wildfires are caused by humans. 9 out of 10 wildfires can be prevented. ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDFIRES.J. Mcilvaine L. SchnitzerK. Gonzalez S. Murray C. DAmicoV. SchinkeH. HamerAC100% 100% PCHO-SMKY-P2593Ad Council Smokey Bear Get Your Smokey On Print B+W Newspaper Ad LIVE TRIM BLEED NOTES BUILT AT PRINTED AT REVISE CLIENT JOB # DATE SA SM TM PR CCO AE AS CLIENT DESCRIPTION ELEMENT/VERSION MM/JMCD A. LincolnAD D. NeriCD 4/30/08 #0N/A 3 col_5.75 x 10.5 N/A FOR RENT BLOUNTSTOWN AND BRISTOL (850) 451-0543 $ 27 $ 45 $ 75 $ 90 M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS Call 762-9555, 447-0871 or 762-8597 7 days a week service NO UFN utilities included Mexican Restaurant 643-7740 FOR RENT BLOUNTSTOWN BRISTOL I, Teddie M. Attaway, will not be responsible for any debts made by anyone other than myself from this day forward, 7/6/18. Take down a 300 lb. man in 4 minutes! $ Please call Instructor: Jeanie Gargiulo (850) 363-2849 BRISTOL FOR SALE 408-8461 7-18-18 Two acres with two double wide mobile homes across from Lake Mystic. For more please call: 766-5200 405-6263 ONE MALE & ONE FEMALE. Blue Pit PUPPIES www.facebook .com/CLJNews

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Page 12 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL JULY 18, 2018 The Florida Bar has provided for a Vol untary Self-Disclosure Statement for all judicial candidates including Liberty County judicial candidates at: This statement shows experience, the type and number of trials (including jury trials) and hearings conducted as a judge and an attorney. Ive listened as youve said over and over how important you consider experi to this job. I encourage you to check it out and compare. Please let me continue to put my expe our local phone book. weekends. mentI do the job, no matter what it requires. boundaries of the law. compassion and integrity. Keep Ken Hosford Judge YOU CAN FOLLOW MY CAMPAIGN PAGE ON FACEBOOK: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/KENHOSFORD4JUDGE Political advertisement paid for and approved by Ken Hosford for Judge 1997 1997 1986 -1997 OFFICIAL SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT AUGUST 28, 2018 Gina McDowell, EARLY VOTING AUG. 13-25 FROM 8 A.M. 4 P.M. ET Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Democratic Party Liberty County, Florida Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval ( ) completely next to your choice. Use only the marking device provided or a black or blue pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count.Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Democratic Party Liberty County, Florida ROCK BLUFFInitials of Issuing OfficerSignature of Voter Representative in Congress District 2(Vote for One) Brandon PetersDEM Bob RackleffDEMGovernor and Lieutenant Governor(Vote for One) Andrew GillumDEM Not Yet Designated Gwen GrahamDEM Not Yet Designated Jeff GreeneDEM Not Yet Designated Chris KingDEM Not Yet Designated Philip LevineDEM Not Yet Designated Alex "Lundy" LundmarkDEM Not Yet Designated John WetherbeeDEM Not Yet DesignatedAttorney General(Vote for One) Sean ShawDEM Ryan TorrensDEMCommissioner of Agriculture(Vote for One) Nicole "Nikki" FriedDEM Jeffrey Duane PorterDEM Roy David WalkerDEMBoard of County Commissioner District 2(Vote for One) Dexter BarberDEM Garland M. (Gar) RevellDEMBoard of County Commissioner District 4 Universal Primary Contest(Vote for One) Bennett "JB" AlfordDEM Doyle BrownDEM James "Bo" SandersDEM Circuit Judge 2nd Circuit, Group 12(Vote for One) Lisa Barclay Fountain David Frank D. Christine ThurmanCounty Judge(Vote for One) Kenneth L. "Ken" Hosford David Jackson SummersSchool Board Member District 3(Vote for One) Darrel "Doobie" Hayes Cathia SchmarjeSchool Board Member District 4(Vote for One) Joe Combs Kyle PeddieSchool Board Member District 5(Vote for One) James S. "Jamie" Chester Charles "Boo" Morris Clint PullamROCK BLUFF ROCK BLUFF Typ:02 Seq:0001 Spl:01 11 12 61 40 41 42 43 51 21 A A B B C C 7.7.0.0 / 012503-14 Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002 Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Nonpartisan Liberty County, Florida Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval ( ) completely next to your choice. Use only the marking device provided or a black or blue pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count.Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Nonpartisan Liberty County, Florida ROCK BLUFF Initials of Issuing Officer Signature of Voter Board of County Commissioner District 4 Universal Primary Contest(Vote for One) Bennett "JB" AlfordDEM Doyle BrownDEM James "Bo" SandersDEMCircuit Judge 2nd Circuit, Group 12(Vote for One) Lisa Barclay Fountain David Frank D. Christine ThurmanCounty Judge(Vote for One) Kenneth L. "Ken" Hosford David Jackson SummersSchool Board Member District 3(Vote for One) Darrel "Doobie" Hayes Cathia SchmarjeSchool Board Member District 4(Vote for One) Joe Combs Kyle PeddieSchool Board Member District 5(Vote for One) James S. "Jamie" Chester Charles "Boo" Morris Clint PullamROCK BLUFF ROCK BLUFF Typ:03 Seq:0001 Spl:01 11 13 61 40 41 42 43 51 21 A A B B C C 7.7.0.0 / 012503-14 Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002 Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Democratic Party Liberty County, Florida Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval ( ) completely next to your choice. Use only the marking device provided or a black or blue pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count.Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Democratic Party Liberty County, Florida ROCK BLUFF Initials of Issuing Officer Signature of Voter Representative in Congress District 2(Vote for One) Brandon PetersDEM Bob RackleffDEMGovernor and Lieutenant Governor(Vote for One) Andrew GillumDEM Not Yet Designated Gwen GrahamDEM Not Yet Designated Jeff GreeneDEM Not Yet Designated Chris KingDEM Not Yet Designated Philip LevineDEM Not Yet Designated Alex "Lundy" LundmarkDEM Not Yet Designated John WetherbeeDEM Not Yet DesignatedAttorney General(Vote for One) Sean ShawDEM Ryan TorrensDEMCommissioner of Agriculture(Vote for One) Nicole "Nikki" FriedDEM Jeffrey Duane PorterDEM Roy David WalkerDEMBoard of County Commissioner District 2(Vote for One) Dexter BarberDEM Garland M. (Gar) RevellDEMBoard of County Commissioner District 4 Universal Primary Contest(Vote for One) Bennett "JB" AlfordDEM Doyle BrownDEM James "Bo" SandersDEMCircuit Judge 2nd Circuit, Group 12(Vote for One) Lisa Barclay Fountain David Frank D. Christine ThurmanCounty Judge(Vote for One) Kenneth L. "Ken" Hosford David Jackson SummersSchool Board Member District 3(Vote for One) Darrel "Doobie" Hayes Cathia SchmarjeSchool Board Member District 4(Vote for One) Joe Combs Kyle PeddieSchool Board Member District 5(Vote for One) James S. "Jamie" Chester Charles "Boo" Morris Clint PullamROCK BLUFF ROCK BLUFF Typ:02 Seq:0001 Spl:01 11 12 61 40 41 42 43 51 21 A A B B C C 7.7.0.0 / 012503-14 Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002 Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Republican Party Liberty County, Florida Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval ( ) completely next to your choice. Use only the marking device provided or a black or blue pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count.Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Republican Party Liberty County, Florida ROCK BLUFF Initials of Issuing Officer Signature of Voter United States Senator(Vote for One) Roque "Rocky" De La FuenteREP Rick ScottREPGovernor and Lieutenant Governor(Vote for One) Don BaldaufREPNot Yet Designated Ron DeSantisREPNot Yet Designated Timothy M. DevineREPNot Yet Designated Bob LangfordREPNot Yet Designated John Joseph MercadanteREPNot Yet Designated Bruce NathanREPNot Yet Designated Adam H. PutnamREPNot Yet Designated Bob WhiteREPNot Yet DesignatedAttorney General(Vote for One) Ashley MoodyREP Frank WhiteREPCommissioner of Agriculture(Vote for One) Matt CaldwellREP Denise GrimsleyREP Mike McCalisterREP Baxter TroutmanREPBoard of County Commissioner District 4 Universal Primary Contest(Vote for One) Bennett "JB" AlfordDEM Doyle BrownDEM James "Bo" SandersDEMCircuit Judge 2nd Circuit, Group 12(Vote for One) Lisa Barclay Fountain David Frank D. Christine ThurmanCounty Judge(Vote for One) Kenneth L. "Ken" Hosford David Jackson SummersSchool Board Member District 3(Vote for One) Darrel "Doobie" Hayes Cathia SchmarjeSchool Board Member District 4(Vote for One) Joe Combs Kyle PeddieSchool Board Member District 5(Vote for One) James S. "Jamie" Chester Charles "Boo" Morris Clint PullamROCK BLUFF ROCK BLUFF Typ:01 Seq:0001 Spl:01 11 40 41 42 43 51 21 A A B B C C 7.7.0.0 / 012503-14 Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002 Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Nonpartisan Liberty County, Florida Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval ( ) completely next to your choice. Use only the marking device provided or a black or blue pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count.Official Primary Election Ballot August 28, 2018 Nonpartisan Liberty County, Florida ROCK BLUFF Initials of Issuing Officer Signature of Voter Board of County Commissioner District 4 Universal Primary Contest(Vote for One) Bennett "JB" AlfordDEM Doyle BrownDEM James "Bo" SandersDEMCircuit Judge 2nd Circuit, Group 12(Vote for One) Lisa Barclay Fountain David Frank D. Christine ThurmanCounty Judge(Vote for One) Kenneth L. "Ken" Hosford David Jackson SummersSchool Board Member District 3(Vote for One) Darrel "Doobie" Hayes Cathia SchmarjeSchool Board Member District 4(Vote for One) Joe Combs Kyle PeddieSchool Board Member District 5(Vote for One) James S. "Jamie" Chester Charles "Boo" Morris Clint PullamROCK BLUFF ROCK BLUFF Typ:03 Seq:0001 Spl:01 11 13 61 40 41 42 43 51 21 A A B B C C 7.7.0.0 / 012503-14 Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002 MARIANNA Chipola College baseball head coach Jeff Johnson has been named the NJCAA D1 American Baseball Coaches Association National Coach of the Year. It feels good to get it man, said Johnson. As always when you get an award like that with the many great coaches as there are at our junior college lev el, its special.It takes a lot of great players and a lot of great assis tant coaches to help as well. Im just proud to receive the honor. Johnson led his team to back-to-back JUCO World Series titles af ter ending the national tournament with six straight wins including two against No. 1 Wal ters State and one against 2017 runnerup San Jacinto. It was Johnsons third JUCO title (2007, 2017,2018). Chipola Chipola won its second straight ti tle with a 10-7 win over Walters State (TN) in the title game of the National Tournament on June 2. After dropping the opening game of the World Series to Walters, the Indians avoided elimi nation in six consecutive games to win the title, becoming just the fourth pro gram in tournament history to achieve the feat. Chipola also was win back-to-back NJCAA World Series champion ships since Gray 2000. Chipola Sopho more Morgan Mc Cullough won three individual awards at the tour nament Out standing Defensive Player, Outstand ing Hitter and Most Valuable Player. Philip Sanderson won the Outstand ing Pitcher award. He allowed only one earned run in 13.1 innings. Five Chipola players were named to the All-Tournament Team: Edmond Americaan, Trevor Holloway, Morgan McCullough, Francisco Urbaez and Alex Webb. Coach Jeff Johnson was awarded the Bus Bergman Coach of the Year Award for the second consecutive season. Chipola's Jeff Johnson is named NJCAA Baseball Coach of the Year Gov. Rick Scott announced that more than $1.6 million has been awarded to support projects in rural communities across the state. This grant funding was provided through the Rural Infrastructure Fund to help with the planning, preparation in rural communities. These projects will result in job creation, capital investment and the Floridas rural economies. During Gov. had a decrease in unemployment and every region in Florida has experienced job growth. Cissy Proctor, Executive Direc tor of the Florida Department of Eco nomic Opportunity, said, The Rural Infrastructure Fund is an important economic development tool used to allowing them to attract businesses and create jobs. Rural communities provide unique assets that play a vital role in our economy and we are proud to part ner with them to help accomplish their economic goals. The City of Fernandina Beach, Lib erty County and the City of Marianna have been selected to receive Rural In frastructure Fund grants. future expansion for the Hosford and Telogia water systems to support com mercial development. The funds will be used to cover the costs of a feasibility study. the construction of a water main, which will connect the existing system at the intersection of Old Cottondale Road and State Road 276 to allow for ware house expansion. ($882,622) To develop and construct a new general aviation terminal build ing at the Fernandina Beach Municipal Airport. hand in his pocket as though reaching for a weapon, he stepped back and drew his taser. Despite a warning from the deputy that he would use the weapon, Cross would not comply and was shot with the taser. He was then handcuffed, examined by EMS and taken into custody. The report said Cross also hit two women who had tried to intervene in the attack on his girlfriend. Cross was charged and booked into the Liberty County Jail. His bond CROSS ARRESTED continued from Page 1 Buy, sell & trade with an ad in The Journal! The Apalachicola National Estaurine Re search Reserve is hosting a series of nature talks and events this summer. Unless otherwise not ed, the events take place on Wednesdays at 2 p.m. ET at the Visitor Center located at 108 Island Drive in Eastpoint. Summer Sea Turtle Talks will be held July Summer Sea Turtle Talk set July 18 & 25