J OURNAL The CalhounLIBERTY 50 includes tax Sheriff's Log............2 Arrest Reports............2 Events and Community Calendar..................4, 5 News from the Pews...7 Late Night Laughs.......8 Sean of the South..........9 Job Market...........13 Obituaries.............13, 15 Legal Notices.......14 City of Bristol Fall Decorating winners............16 Both the Liberty County Bulldogs and the Blountstown Ti gers provided a little gravity to try to elude their opponents in LEFT: Crisanto Ran catch over two Wewa RIGHT: Abrey Johnson (#2) takes to the air to pick up PAGE 9 FLYING HIGH inking tattoo on 13-yr-old by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor A Bristol man is facing a second degree misdemeanor following his arrest for tattooing a minor child, according to a report from the Lib Timothy Everette, 35, was charged with violating the Florida Statute preventing anyone under the age of 16 from getting a tattoo unless is it for medi cal or dental purposes and done by a li censed den Someone saw a photo of the tattoo on Facebook and con tacted the tattoo showed the name Kiki in cursive over a red paw print that had been inked on a 13-year-old girls The childs mother told a deputy her daughter had been asking for the past six months to get a tattoo of her The mother originally said she did not know who tattooed her daughter but later admitted it was not identify him earlier because she was aware he did not have a license and did not want to get him in trou screen shots of messages between the mother and another person which named Everette as the one who applied the tattoo on her right arm between her shoulder and el Everette told a deputy that he initially turned down the young Wednesday Oct. 10 2018 Vol. 38 No. 41 seeking shelter at Blountstown High The Florida Panhandle is bracing for the worst as dire predictions follow the path of Hurricane Michael as he heads our way Tuesday, with landfall expected W aiting for HURRICANE MICHAEL
Page 2 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2018 ARREST REPORTS compiled by Journal Editor Teresa Eubanks Joshua Van Lierop, OWNER email@example.com 12998 SW CR 275 Blountstown, FL Dead M le Hill ST MP GRINDING Family Owned & Operated 11409 NW State Road 20, Bristol S irmons HOURS : Monday-Friday 8 a.m. 5 p.m. ET SERVICES PROVIDED: Wheel Alignments, Brake Repair, Tire Repair/Sales, Suspension Repair and Replacement CALHOUN COUNTY OCT. 8 Daniel Craig Tarr, convicted felon registra tion, CCSO. Fletcher Austin Calder, driving while license suspended second offense, BPD. OCT. 7 Toby Adam Gray, battery, CCSO. OCT. 5 Shade Aaron Stone, DUI alcohol or drugs CCSO. Darrell Richard Roberts, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, CCSO. William Antonio Flores, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug equipment, out of county warrant, CCSO. Roosevelt Antez Everett, failure to appear for felony offense, aggravated battery, BPD. OCT. 4 Ebony Tucker, VOP, CCSO. April Marie Rister, exploitation of the elderly of less than $20,000, larceny of more than $300 but less than $10,000, illegal use of a credit card more than twice, CCSO. OCT. 3 Hali Danielle Smith,convicted felon registra tion CCSO. LIBERTY COUNTY OCT. 6 Shannon Denise Kent, driving while license suspended third offense, LCSO. Melody Armstrong, holding for Gulf, GCSO. OCT. 5 Karen Helene Summerlin serving weekends, LCSO. Juan Nava, holding for court, LCSO. Curtis Lee Harris, serving weekends, LCSO. Clifton Ray Galloway, knowingly operating vehicle while driving license suspended, LCSO. OCT. 4 April M. Rister, holding for Calhoun, CCSO. Ebony Tucker, holding for Calhoun, CCSO. Alan Kelley Harrell, sale of a controlled substance, LCSO. Timothy Everett, tattooing prohibited, LCSO. 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Airbnb activates Open Homes program for Hurricane Program offers free temporary housing in Florida, Alabama and Georgia Caretaker charged with using stolen credit card A caretaker for an elderly couple was arrested after a relative noticed unusual charges on her mothers credit card. was wrong when she got an email from Discover stating that a $1 purchase was made on Amazon.com. She knew the couple did not have an Amazon ac count, nor do they have internet access. She then found that the credit card had recently been used in Blountstown at the Dollar Store for items totaling $228.89 and at the Southern Express, where a purchase was made for $47.80. After a deputy checked security cameras at the Dollar Store, the couples caretaker April Marie ing the card to make several purchases. She was also found on camera getting fuel at the Texaco while using the card. then later said she had permission to do so. She produced a written letter stating she could use the card for up to $400 in purchases in exchange for loaning money to the woman she was hired to take care of, who has demen tia. The signature on the letter did not match that of the woman Rister claimed told her she could use the card. After being questioned by a deputy, Rister admitted taking the card and forging the letter. She is charged with exploitation of an elderly person, larceny of more than $300 and fraudu lent use of a credit card more than two times. She was conditionally released on Oct.5. APRIL MARIE RISTER Bristol man charged with selling pills near church A 31-year-old Bristol man was arrested for sale of a controlled substance and possession with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a place of worship following an investigation by the Liberty Charles Evan Drew was ar rested by warrant on Oct. 4. According to the arrest re met Drew at the Chevron in Bristol in early September and purchased 41 Carisoprodol pills a Schedule 4 controlled substance known as a muscle relaxant. A second meeting was arranged and the informant met Drew at Family Dollar. That time, he bought 37 Carisoprodol pills. The exchanges were monitored by a deputy. Both locations are within 1,000 feet of a church. He is still in custody with a $35,000 bond. CHARLES DREW Harrell arrested for meth sale from Bristol home A Bristol man was charged with sale of a con trolled substance following an investigation by the Alan Harrell, 37, was ar rested by warrant on Oct. 4. According to the arrest mant was used to make a purchase of approximately 1.4 grams of methamphet amine from Harrell after the ing into the sale and distri bution of the drug from Har rells residence on Second Street in Bristol. The exchanges were monitored by a deputy. He is still in custody on a $10,000 bond. ALAN KELLEY HARRELL Perkins is charged with selling methamphetamine A Bristol man found selling methamphetamine from his SR 12 residence has been arrested and charged with two counts each of sale of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance with in tent to sell within 1,000 feet of a church. Arrested as Matthew Per kins, 40. According to the arrest re port, the Liberty County Sher gation Unit began looking into the distribution and sale of methamphetamine being sold from a home at 19221 NW SR 12. one gram of meth and the second purchase was for 1.4 grams of meth. The exchanges were monitored by the sheriffs of The home is within 1,000 feet of a church. He is still in custody on a $100,000 bond. MATTHEW PERKINS Man found asleep charged with DUI A complaint about a suspicious vehicle result ed in the arrest of an Altha man for driving under According to the report from the Calhoun County went to check on a vehicle that was partially parked in the northbound travel lane in Altha at 3:10 a.m. Oct. 5. Deputy Donald Good man found the vehicle partially on the shoulder of the road with the engine running. The driver was asleep behind the wheel with the doors locked and windows closed. After waking up the driver with a knock on the window, the deputy instructed Shade Aaron Stone, 41, of Altha to turn off his Chevrolet Sil verado and remove the keys. Stone appeared disoriented when asked what he was doing parked in the road with the vehicle running, according to the deputys report. A beer can was seen in the center console; an The deputy noted the driver had bloodshot eyes and smelled of an alcoholic beverage. After failing a roadside sobriety test, Stone was arrested for DUI. A breath test resulted in results of .189 and .190. The legal limit is .08. He was also cited for having an open container. He was released Oct. 6 bond $5,000 bond. SHADE AARON STONE
OCTOBER 10, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 3 C O L O R R U N The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva tion Commission (FWC) is offering free hunt er safety internet-completion courses in seven counties in October. Students who have taken the online course and wish to complete the classroom portion must bring the online-completion report with them. provided free of charge. Students should bring a pen or pencil and paper. An adult must ac company children younger than 16 at all times. pass an approved hunter safety course and have a hunting license to hunt alone (unsupervised). The ments for all other states and Canadian provinces. The locations and times are: Bay County CT at Road in Panama City Beach CT at Youth Hunter Education Challenge (for hunter safety course graduates only) Learn more about this program at www.MyF WC.com/Education/Outdoor-skills. Road in Panama City Beach CT at Bay Panama City Beach Calhoun County CT at Ave. in Blountstown Escambia County CT & Sat CT at Molino Com CT & Satur CT at Langley Bell Holmes County CT Jefferson County ET at Road in Monticello Santa Rosa County CT & Sat CT at Avalon CT & Sat CT at Jay Commu Washington County CT at Road in Chipley Those interested in attending a course can reg ister online and obtain information about future hunter safety classes at www.MyFWC.com/Hunt Hunter safety internet-completion courses to be offered in seven counties during October Seasoned runners, family groups and little girls DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS
Page 4 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2018 (850) 643-2351 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Rev. Clyde Roberts, former interim pastor, will be bringing the message. Lunch will be provided in the Fellowship Hall immediately following the service. Please fellowship and Christian worship. The church is located at: 15292 NW CR 12, Bristol. Lake Mystic Baptist Church 15292 NW County Road 12 in Bristol Youre invited to join us for Homecoming: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14 at 9:45 a.m. ET WORSHIP SERVICE: at 11:00 a.m. ET Integrity with honesty. Feel free to contact me at (850) 739-0296. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated! -Eddie McCalvin Political Ad. paid for and approved by Eddie McCalvin, REP for County Commission. for CALHOUN COMMISSION, DIST. 2 ACCEPTING NEW PA TIENTS 12761 NW Pea Ridge Rd., Bristol, FL 32321 TELEPHONE 643-5417 www.bristoldentalclinic.com DENTURE LAB ON PREMISES Same-Day Service on Repairs & Relines Bristol Dental Clinic TALLAHASSEE In celebra tion of Florida Greenways and Trails Month, the Florida Depart ment of Environmental Protec tion invites residents and visitors to explore the unique paths found throughout the Sunshine State. Florida has more than 10,000 miles of land-based trails and 4,000 miles of paddling trails that attract millions of visitors, pro mote healthy lifestyles and support Florida's economy. October is a great time of the year to explore Florida's outdoors," said Florida State Parks Direc tor Eric Draper. I encourage all residents and visitors to celebrate Florida Greenways and Trails Month. Whether hiking, biking or paddling, the natural beauty found along our trails is transformative." Long-distance trails in the state include the 1,515-mile Florida Cir cumnavigational Saltwater Pad dling Trail, the 106-mile Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail and the 1,300-mile Florida National Scenic Trail. These trails attract paddlers, hikers and cyclists from around the country and world. In celebration of Florida Gre enways and Trails Month, events are being hosted statewide. Vari ous trail-related events are be ing offered at Florida State Parks throughout the month, including SCHEDULED EVENTS Oct. 18: Bike Floridas Light house Tourat New Smyrna Beach, St. Augustine, and Fernan dina Beach Oct. 13: Spaghetti 100 bicycle event east of Tallahassee Oct. 14: Good Neighbor Trail Bike Ride in Brooksville Oct. 19-24: Paddle Florida Su wannee River Wilderness Trail Madison Blue Spring to Branford Oct. 20-21: Gainesville Cycling Festival Oct. 20: Ky-Hike-A-Bike (Kay ak, Hike and Bike) Adventure Race, Welaka State Forest. Oct. 24-26: Revitalizing Rural Florida, Rural Economic Develop ment Summit, Orlando Oct. 25-28: 16th Annual Flor ida Paddlers Rendezvous in the Blackwater River State Forest. Several paddling trips in the region with a limit of 25 paddlers per trip. Paddling clubs and individuals from around the state and beyond will be participating. 26-28: Fall Cross Florida Team C2C Ride. Fully supported group ride across the state. For more trail offerings, visit Online Trail Calendar at www.Flo ridaStateParks.org. Floridas 175 state parks, trails and historic sites inspire residents and visitors with recreation op portunities and scenic beauty that help strengthen families, educate children, expand local economies and foster community pride. TALLAHASSEE In celebration of International Coastal Cleanup Day, Sept. 15 and National Public Lands Day, Sept. 22, the Florida Department of En vironmental Protection's Florida Park Service hosted 113 statewide volunteer events resulting in the collection of more than 13,700 pounds of litter. Nearly 4,000 volunteers participated in events in cluding beach and trail clean ups, invasive plant removals, native plantings and informational sessions, which were offered throughout the week to promote volunteerism and encourage the preservation of Flor idas natural resources. Volunteers donated a total of 16,329 hours, valued at $360,780. People make the parks, and this was demonstrat ed when so many people showed up to help restore park habitats, said Florida State Parks Director Eric Draper. We thank the many dedicated volunteers who came out for International Coastal Cleanup and National Public Lands Day to give back to Florida State Parks. Started by the Ocean Conservancy more than 30 years ago, International Coastal Cleanup Day pulls together more than 100 countries to participate in the function each year. The National Environmental Ed ucation Foundation has coordinated National Public Lands Day for 25 years, encouraging outdoor enthu siasts to participate in festivities, provide assistance with trail maintenance and native plantings, collect litter from coastal areas and give back to their favor ite natural places. Volunteers are critical to the mission of DEPs Florida Park Service, often working side-by-side with staff to engage with the community, conduct stewardship projects and help maintain natural ar eas. More than 14,400 state park volunteers and 80 Friends groups, or citizen support organizations con tribute over 1.2 million hours of service annually. The Florida Park Service is the proud recipient of three National Gold Medals for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management, making Florida awards were received in 1999, 2005 and 2013 from the American Academy for Park and Recreation. Nearly 4,000 volunteers attend cleanup events International Coastal
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: email@example.com ADS: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 OCTOBER 10, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 5 Wednesday, Oct. 10 Thursday Oct. 11 Saturday, Oct. 13 Monday, Oct. 15 Sunday, Oct. 14 Tuesday, Oct. 16 Friday, Oct. 12 LC Bulldog Club 7 p.m. ET Grief Support 5 p.m. CT at Blountstown United Methodist Church Altha Girl Scout Troop #39 6:15 p.m. CT at Altha Church of God Fall Holiday for Calhoun County schools BIRTHDAYS: Daisey Tellup, Audrey Lynn Ryals, Steve Brown, Dakoda Berg, Tim Young, Cathie Vickery, Tracey Ybarra, Victoria Fant, Morgan McClendon & Joshua Adkins AA meeting 6 to 7 p.m. ET at Grace United Methodist Church in Hosford BIRTHDAYS: Michelle Futch, Charla Kearce, Leigh Ann Summers, Jacob Summers & Stacey Mayo LCHS Football 7:30 p.m. ET at North Bay Haven School Elvis Tribute Artist 7 p.m. CT at BHS Auditorium BIRTHDAYS: Katherine Hinton Patrick, Alex Deason, Robbie Adams, Chelsea Suber Travis, Jacquez Brown, Diann Larkins, Karenda Ivory & Katelyn Bozemen ANNIVERSARY: Shorty & Teresa Messer Calhoun Co. School Board 5 p.m. CT AA meeting 6 to 7 p.m. ET at Grace United Methodist Church in Hosford BIRTHDAYS: Becky Shuler, Claudia Harper, Monica Tucker, Brian Herndon & Sidney Johnson BIRTHDAYS: Paige Shepard, Chad Dalton, Johnny Kitchen & Diane Grantham Wildflower alert Rayless Sunflower by Eleanor Dietrich, F in Florida, and many of them have bright yel Helianthus radula leaves of the plant are on the ground in a rosette pattern that is very distinctive, even tance you may think the dark spots on the Florida Panhandle Wildflower Alliance Toys For Tots Fundraisers BLOUNTSTOWN The Calhoun County events for Toys For Tots. Come support these pro Christmas to a less fortu ute artist. The opening Reeder Drive in Blount nation at the door. Come for Tots. Come support Love for Liberty Mullet Dinner set ET and dessert. BRISTOL Dont miss the Ghost ET road.org For additional information of Commissioners. Ghost train October schedule announced Pioneer Day Oct. 20 BLOUNTSTOWN The Panhandle CT at the Pan handle Pioneer Settlement inside Sam BLOUNTSTOWN Register today CT at RCC unteers and supporters to gather for great opportunity for you to handle a If you plan to attend, please RSVP Fright Night Fund raiser set Oct. 30 BRISTOL Veterans Memorial ans Memorial Railroad in Bristol. Railroad.org Kinard Halloween Carnival Oct. 27 CT at Volunteers are needed to assist in the Free admission for Veterans at Caverns erans as long as supplies last. Veterans serve. Storytime 10:20 a.m. ET at Hosford Library Train Day 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET at Veterans Memorial Park Womanless Beauty Contest 5 p.m. ET at Veterans Memorial Park BIRTHDAYS: Peggy Howland, LeTonya Reed, Shelia Sirmons, Bruce Hevner, Genia Burke, Kammie Mann, William Booth & Annie Lyons BIRTHDAYS: Sharon Hoagland, Debbie Shepard, Justin Ranew, Cayden Esgro & Stephenie Roberts
Page 6 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2018 Youre Invit ed Happy Holidays! Warm Wishes for a Joyous Holiday Season and a Happy New Year from Our Family to Yours Friday, Oct. 12 7:30 a.m. ET Please join and meet with... APALACHEE RESTAURANT Located along SR 20 in Bristol FOR COFFEE AT THE State Representative HALSEY BESHEARS AND REP. MATT CALDWELL Candidate for Agriculture Commissioner
OCTOBER 10, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 7 LCHS Class of 1952 holds reunion FROM LEFT: Johnny Eubanks, Barney J. Sonny Stallworth, Vance Bateman, Johnny Fairchild, Raymond Faircloth, Beulah Minton Schneider, Sybil Deason Halley and Ann Larkins McClellan. Classmates that are deceased include: Sara Thomas Almy, Joyce Sanders Brown, Norma Jean Reese Cross, Kathleen Grantham Duggar, Ramona Moses Duggar, Rowena Summers Eubanks, Joanne Sanders Evans, Danny Griffen, Blake Henderson, Winston Hill, Theo Jacobs, Peggy Owen Jacobs, Derry Brown Johnson, Cortez Kent, Spivey Kent, Marvin Buck Larkins, Mitchell Larkins, Annette Summers Mercer, Donals Owens, Edgar Owens, Ruth Sum ner Peacock, Arlon Peters, J. L. Sanders, Jerry Shuler, Daryal Strickland and Joe Sumner. 850.526.2200 / Jackson-Hospital.com FIGHT CUREFOR THE A Crystal Clear 15th annualTuesday, October 23 6:00 pmRivertown Community Church4534 Lafayette Street, MariannaLight salad supper will be served.No Cost to Attend RSVP 850-718-2884Julie Whatley, CRNP Breast Clinic Coordinator, Lynne Cohen & Norma Livingston Preventive Care Program, University of Alabama at BirminghamMeagan Farmer, MS, CGC, MBAGeneticist, University of Alabama at Birmingham Zillah Zip Fossum Breast Cancer SurvivorFeatured Speakers: Growing Healthier@jacksonhospJackson-Hospital NEWS FROM THE PEWS Note of Thanks BLOUNTSTOWN FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GODWe will be having Homecoming Sunday, Oct. 14. Services begin at 10:30 a.m. CT The Sheila Smith Trio will be singing. A covered dish lunch in the fellowship hall will follow the sing. Bring your favorite dish and join us for some enjoyable singing and enjoy the presence of the Lord! The church is located on 13th St. in Blountstown next to Tatum Hardware. k ST MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHBrother Leamon Sims will preach his Trail sermon Sunday, Oct. 14 beginning at 3 p.m. CT Come hear what this young man has to tell us. The church is located at 16345 SE River Street in Blountstown. For more information call Pastor C.L. Wilson at (850) 643-4107. k SYCAMORE UNITED METHODIST CHURCHWe will be having Homecoming Sunday, Oct. 14. be ginning at 11 a.m. ET Rev. Terry Wines, a former pas tor, will deliver the message. We will have a covered dish luncheon to follow with the church furnishing chicken and ham. All are invited. The church is located at 3246 Sycamore Rd. in Quincy. For more information call (850) 442-6665. The Carr-Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank the community for coming out this past Saturday to support our fundraiser. The funds raised will be used to purchase and maintain equip ment. Without the communities support, this would not be possible. TALLAHASSEE More than 850 students were named to the Summer 2018 Presidents List at Tallahassee Community College. Local students who earned a 4.0 grade point average for the Summer, include Alexis Devuyst and Jack Weiler, both of Blountstown, Allen Stewart and Chey Todd, all of Hosford. Over 700 students were named to the schools Summer 2018 Dean's List. Stu dents on the Dean's Listed earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Local students who made the list include Brittany Shuler of Hosford, Cari Sloat of Telogia, Ethan Foran, Koree Guthrie, Kobe Burch and Nikki Shuler, all of Bris tol, Mirazha Hogue of Blountstown. Tallahassee Community College is consistently ranked as one of the top com munity colleges in the nation. Jason Jerkins of Bristol ranked as Angus beef cattle in Florida with the American Angus Association during according to Allen Moczygemba, Asso Angus breeders across the nation in 2018 registered 327,067 head of year continues to demonstrate strong demand for Angus genetics and solidi the beef cattle industry, Moczygemba says. These results underscore our members commitment to providing genetic solutions to the beef cattle in dustry. Angus means business. The Ameri can Angus Association is the nations largest beef breed organization, serv ing nearly 25,000 members across the United States, Canada and several other countries. The Association pro vides programs and services to farmers, ranchers and others who rely on Angus to produce quality genetics for the beef industry and quality beef for consum ers. For more information about Angus cattle and the Association, visit www. ANGUS.org. registrations for Florida during 2018 birthday DYLAN WILLIAMS SLAYTON Dylan Williams Slayton cel ebrated his 18 th birthday on Oct. 7 with friends and family. He is the son of Tonia Williams of Telogia. His grandparents are Edward and Annice Williams of Telogia and Stanley and Sheila Slayton of Crawfordville. hunting and most especially, spending time with his girlfriend, Destiny. Sixty-six years after graduating from Liberty County High School, members of the Class reunion Saturday at classmate Johnny Eu Bluff. The group shared a meal of smoked pork and baked turkey breast along with a va riety of vegetables and desserts. They enjoyed catching up afterwards.
Page 8 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2018 COMMENTARY A RECAP OF RECENT OBSERVATIONS BY LATE NIGHT TV HOSTS. Late Night Laughs Collins just guaranteed a blue wave WASHINGTON Sen. Susan Grassley Collins, R-Maine, may be so dubbed because she more than mimicked Senate Judiciary Chair man Sen. Chuck Grass ley, R-Iowa. In what will be Collins long-lamented disingenuous speech announcing her support for Judge Bret Kavana ughs elevation to the U.S. Supreme Court, she surpassed Grassley in ignoring the lies, outra geous temper and blatant biases displayed by the judge in his hearing. Further, she bought into the contorted Grassley argument that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford was credible but mistaken about her sexual assault attacker. Instead, Collins offered a litany of controver sial cases in which Kavanaugh dissented, but ex plained them away, claiming his decisions were based upon narrow elements. She accepted the word of Kavanaugh, whose veracity was under mined by his testimony, that he would not over turn Roe. V. Wade. Collins has done this before, expressed values. Collins is not up for reelection until 2020 in Maine, an increasingly blue state whose other senator, Angus King, is an Independent who caucuses with Democrats. Apparently, Collins concluded that a vote against Kavanaugh would cause her to be primaried. Since the Republi can Party has essentially become a Trump Re publican Party, incumbents who fail the Trump orthodoxy have faced the prospect of primary challenges that oust them. Oddly enough, this put Collins in a no-win situation. Her Kavana ugh vote will ensure her nomination for reelec tion while simultaneously ensuring her defeat in the general election. She would have been bet ter served to have held true to her stated beliefs, voted against Kavanaugh, and then run as an In dependent in 2020. Sen. Lisa Murkowski already faced such a situation in Alaska when, after losing the Re publican primary, she ran and won as an Inde pendent. This allowed her to stand by her prin ciples, buck Trump and the Republicans, and vote against Kavanaugh courage was Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., who after reviewing the FBI report said she would be voting no on Kavanaugh. She has long been considered one of the red-state Democrats who would give her vote to the GOP. She is in a tough her 12 points behind her Republican challenger. But Heitkamp said she listened to the voices in her head from all the women shes heard over the years describe what happened to them. She be lieves them just as she believes Ford. She spoke when she cited his lack of judicial temperament and his partisan bias, together with the number of times he lied and/or shaded the truth in his pur suit of power the very elements Collins conve niently ignored. Even, retired Justice John Paul Stevens, ap pointed to the Court by Republican President Gerald Ford, told a group of retirees in Florida that the hearings changed his mind about Kava naugh, that the bias he displayed doesnt belong on the Court. Collins did not listen. It is of note that nine of the 11 Republican sen ators on the Senate Judiciary Committee come percent of the population. Indeed, seven states are so small that they have two senators and only one representative. This constitutional aberration offers the only breakwater to a blue wave, but this will be overcome by a voter rebellion over the Kavanaugh appointment an appointment fu eled by Sen. Collins, whose speech placed her at the forefront of the disingenuous politicians who are turning the Supreme Court into an arm of Trump Republicanism. WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND by Douglas Cohn and Eleanor Clift JIMMY FALLON STEPHEN COLBERT JIMMY FALLON STEPHEN COLBERT since 1997. JIMMY FALLON JIMMY FALLON JIMMY FALLON
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Page 10 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2018 TONY SHOEMAKE PHOTOS BHS TIGERS by Michael DeVuyst, Journal sports writer SAND HILLS The Blountstown Tigers traveled to the Sand Hills re gion of northern Bay County to take on the Bozeman Bucks last Friday night. game and secured their third shutout of the season. Penalties in the red zone and special team miscues led to a slow start by the the defense that jump started the team late in the 1 st quarter. Tiger CB Trent Peacock picked off a Bozeman pass and tip toed 29 yards down the right sideline connected on his only extra point of the night for the Tiger 7-0 lead. Bozeman started the 2 nd quarter with a three and out on offense and the Tigers Bozeman punt. Blountstown took over on their own 41 yard line and went on a methodical 10 play drive overcoming two penalties and converting on three rd and 18 play that went for 24 yards as Peacock laid a perfect next possession put them on the brink of the red zone but a penalty would force a punt. Bozeman would move the pass to end the half that was intercepted by Treven Smith and returned 45 yards expired with the Tigers entering inter Bozeman opened up the second half with a drive and its deepest penetration of the night. But the Tiger defense stiff ened when a Cody Peavy hit forced a fumble that was recovered by Bradley Chevrount on the Tiger 28 yard line. The Tigers took advantage of the turnover and marched running plays. Big gains by Smith, Peacock and Montarious Brown got the ball to the 10 yard line drive with a sweep to the left pylon of the end zone for the Tiger score and rd dirt quickly once again. After a three and out forced by the defense, Alex Sanchez partially blocked the Boze man punt and Blountstown was set up yard line. Two plays later, Peacock hit Smith for a 47 yard TD pass that put the for the two point conversion failed but the damage was done as the Tigers extended their rd quarter. The Tiger defense would score for the second time on the night (and the third time in sion. A blocked punt by Cody Peavy sent the ball careening to the back, right came to rest. Four Tigers were in hot pursuit to recover the ball for an easy touchdown. Instead, the ball squirted through their hands and out of the back of the end line for a safety. The 2 point safety pushed the Tiger lead to 27-0 rd quarter. After the free kick, the Tiger offense continued the scoring in the fourth quarter. Blountstown would go on a nine play drive taking the ball down to The Tiger defense played lights out again for the third consecutive week scoring twice, forcing four turnovers the defensive effort with 8 tackles. LB DT Alex Sanchez and DT Cody Peavy chipping in 5 tackles apiece. 152 total yards with 77 rushing yards on 12 carries and 75 yards through the Peacock threw 11 times completing 5 cock also added 41 yards on the ground needed bye week this week after play ing seven straight games to start the season. Up next for Blountstown, will be the CT with a #1 playoff seed on the line. Playoff power rankings after week County coming in at #1 with Blount playoff spots that are available. How past week will shake up those seedings when the new ranking come out after week 7. Blountstown shuts out Bozeman 30-0 UP NEXT: Port St. Joe on Oct. 19 TOP FROM LEFT: Coach Beau Johnson reviews the next play with Javi an Rives (#21). Treven Smith (#1) dodges a tack le. LEFT: Trent Peacock (#4) tackles a Bozeman player. RIGHT: Alex Val dez (#11) snags a pass for a Tiger touchdown. BELOW: Alex Sanchez (#65) drags a Bozeman player to the turf. Trent Peacock (#4) picks off a Bozeman pass.
Buy, sell & trade with an ad in The Calhoun Liberty Journal OCTOBER 10, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 11 CALHOUN LIBERTY OCT. 10 OCT. 16 SCHOOL MENUS *LIBERTY COUNTY MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. *Breakfast includes a choice of cereal, toast & juice or milk. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10 BREAKFAST: Bacon and egg biscuit, hash browns, choice of cereal, fresh/cupped fruit LUNCH: Chicken strips with fries or tater tots or choice of pizza DAILY SPECIAL: Tacos with lettuce, tomato and cheese SIDES: Salsa, taco sauce, fresh/ cupped fruit THURSDAY, OCT. 11 BREAKFAST: Pancake pup, choice of cereal, fresh/cupped fruit LUNCH: Chicken strips with fries or tater tots or choice of pizza DAILY SPECIAL: Teriyaki, General Tso or sweet and sour chicken S IDES : Fried rice, egg roll, broccoli and fresh/cupped fruit FRIDAY, OCT. 12 BREAKFAST: cereal, fresh/cupped fruit LUNCH: Chicken strips with fries or tater tots or choice of pizza DAILY SPECIAL: H ot dog SIDES: Fries, baked beans, fresh/ cupped fruit MONDAY, OCT. 15 BREAKFAST: Choice of muffin, choice of yogurt, choice of cereal, fresh/cupped fruit LUNCH: Chicken strips with fries or tater tots or choice of pizza DAILY SPECIAL: Corn dog SIDES: Mac and cheese, green peas, line salad, fresh/cupped fruit TUESDAY, OCT. 16 BREAKFAST: links, choice of cereal, fresh/cupped fruit LUNCH: Chicken strips with fries or tater tots or choice of pizza DAILY SPECIAL: Salisbury steak SIDES: Mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, line salad WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10 BREAKFAST: Mini pancakes, turkey sausage or sliced ham, fruit LUNCH: Buffalo chicken wrap, pizza, peanut butter and jelly sandwich or chef salad SIDES: Baked beans, crispy crinkle cut fries, fruit THURSDAY, OCT. 11 BREAKFAST: Breakfast pizza, potato nuggets, fruit LUNCH: Diced chicken & gravy with roll and brown rice, crispy chicken sandwich, peanut butter and jelly sandwich or chicken salad with fruit SIDES: Black eyed peas, sweet potato yams, fruit FRIDAY, OCT. 12 BREAKFAST: Scrambled eggs and grits, biscuit, turkey sausage or sliced ham, fruit LUNCH: Pepperoni pizza, hamburger, cheeseburger or chef salad SIDES: Baked potato wedges, sliced lettuce & tomato, fresh garden salad, fruit MONDAY, OCT. 15 BREAKFAST: Grits with ham, sweet potato squares or sweet LUNCH: Bbq chicken sandwich, turkey and cheese sandwich or chef salad SIDES: Fresh crunchy baby carrots with ranch dressing, crispy crinkle cut fries, fruit TUESDAY, OCT. 16 BREAKFAST: Chicken biscuit, GoGurt, fruit LUNCH: Beef or chicken taco with Mexican rice, BBQ chicken quesadilla or chicken Caesar salad SIDES: Black bean salsa, diced lettuce & tomato, fruit MENUS SPONSORED BY: Bristol DENTAL CLINIC CITY TIRE CO. We're your one-stop "Volkswagens to semi's, we handle them all" Why wear out your new tires (and waste time) driving from the tire store to the parts place and then to a service station to get it all put together? CITY TIRE IS YOUR ONE-STOP TIRE SHOP! TIRE STORE! TOYO TIRES "Authorized Dealer" BUDGET HEARING 5:15 p.m. Chairman Dexter Barber called the meeting to order. Present at the meeting were Commissioners Dexter Barber, Commissioner Scott Phillips, Commissioner James Sanders, Commissioner De wayne Branch, Commissioner Jim Johnson, Attorney Robin Myers, Clerk Kathleen Brown and Deputy Clerk Mason Kever. Phillips led Prayer Branch led Pledge Motion to approve the advertisement of the supplemental bud by Phillips and carried. Motion to adjourn by Branch, seconded by Johnson and car ried. Meeting called back to order. No, Sanders voted Yes and carried. Motion to adjourn by Branch, seconded by Phillips and carried. REGULAR MEETING 6:00 p.m. Chairman Dexter Barber called the meeting to order. Present at the meeting were Commissioners Dexter Barber, Scott Phil lips, James sanders, Dewayne Branch, and Jim Johnson, Attor ney Robin Myers, Clerk Kathleen Brown and Deputy Clerk Joyce Barker. Sanders led prayer Phillips led pledge Rachel Bryant, Liberty County Health Department Director requested Board to renew Core Contract between the State of Florida and Liberty County. Motion to approve Core Contract be tween State of Florida and Liberty County was made by Sanders, seconded by Phillips and carried. Branch and Tony Arrant to discussed the proposed changes to the FEMA Flood maps. Rhonda Lewis, Emergency Management Director present. Arrant advised the Board that once NWFMD meets, then the Board could schedule a workshop to discuss fur ther. Arrant will talk to Stanley about scheduling a workshop with the Board once the appeal process begins. Melissa Peddie Liberty County Ambulance Director requested Branch and carried. The Board discussed the two timber management proposals on the Apalachicola National Forest in the Briar Patch and the Liberty Analysis area. Clint Davis with the U.S. Forest Service advised the Board that this is the comment period only. The Board discussed their Company and what they could offer the County employees if the Board allowed them to meet with the Human Resources De partment. No action was taken. Craig Sheriff was not present. The Board to approve advertisement for the Supplemental advertising proposed supplemental budget made by Branch, sec onded by Phillips, Johnson and Sanders voted no, Barber voted yes, motion carried. The Board to award bid for Talquin Circle SCRAP Project: Motion to award low bid to Roberts & Roberts contingent on Dewberry Engineers reviewing bid documents made by Johnson, seconded by Sanders and carried. Justin Ford with Dewberry Engineers advised the Board that these two projects are funded by FDOT and are design projects. agreement made by Johnson, seconded by Phillips and carried. Barren RoadSCRAP) and DOT Agreement. Motion to approve onded by Johnson and carried. The Board to approve task orders from Dewberry Engineers for CEI Proposals for the following projects: Talquin Circle (SCRAP) These projects have went through the design phase and are get ting ready for construction and Dewberry requested CEI approval. Motion to approve Dewberry Engineers Task Orders for these proj ects in these amounts made by Johnson, seconded by Sanders, Branch discussed and requested to advertise and voted no, Bar ber discussed advertising these CEI projects, Phillips voted yes, motion carried. Phillips discussed Yellow Fly Lane in Telogia. Ford advised the Board that they applied for funding two years ago but funding is Justin Ford with Dewberry Engineers discussed Change Order lips and carried. Justin Ford with Dewberry Engineers discussed North Florida carried. Justin Ford with Dewberry Engineers discussed the expendi Project. The Board previously approved this bid. No action was taken. Ann Kincaid with Liberty County Transit requested the Board per week to 20 hours per week for the months of October thru De cember of this year. Motion to increase hours for Ann Kincaid with Branch and carried. A retirement party is planned for Ann Kincaid The Board discussed Florida Drug Free Workplace Policy with TruCare Labs. Motion to approve policy with TruCare Labs made by Sanders, seconded Phillips and carried. contract extension for six months. Motion to approve Malone Al crease contingent on the funds being available in the budget made by Sanders, seconded by Phillips, Branch discussed that Alford is a part-time employee and is not entitled to this pay increase and voted no, Johnson voted yes, motion carried. The Board discussed approval of the annual water-testing bill The Board discussed approval of the Transit Shop grant expen Liberty Transit advised the Board not to release the check to the nal inspection has been done. Motion to approve expenditure for by Branch and carried. quested Board approval of the Homecoming route scheduled for heading North, turn left from Myers Ann Street heading west on SR onto Myers Ann Street heading north, return to LCHS campus. Mo tion to approve homecoming parade route made by Sanders, sec onded by Phillips and carried. The Board discussed Eric Ryan Corporation utility audit con tract. No action was taken. The Board to award bid for the Liberty County Boat Landing septic system. Motion made to extend bid period without re-adver and carried. table until DOC can be contacted made by Johnson, seconded by Branch and carried. letter for auditing services. Motion made to advertise for bids made by Branch, seconded by Sanders and carried. with Chester Street sidewalk and mediation scheduled for Sept. was discussed on the litigation between the Board and Temple. Ford with Dewberry will reach out to Wakulla County for help in maintaining roads. Clerk Brown will pull Road agreement to see who is responsible for maintenance. Branch discussed the Bentley Bluff trailer that has not been torn down, the Chester Street sidewalk repairs, stumps at the Veterans Park and mowing not being done. The Board requested Donnie Read be contacted about the power lines. Barber had no business to discuss. Johnson discussed a woman that called him about a fall at the Courthouse. Phillips made a motion to submit all bills paid by the County on in reimbursing the County from the State Aid to Library Grant for these expenses and the expense of the new AC Unit for the Max well Harrell Library, seconded by Branch and carried. Phillips requested the Board send a letter to our Senators and Bridge. The Board requested Clerk Brown call the US Forest Service to inquire about the funding provided through the Secure Rules to fund this. Motion for County Attorney to draft letter and send to our Senators and Representatives made by Phillips, sec onded by Sanders and carried. Sanders had no business to discuss Clerk Brown advised the Board that the University of Florida would not advertise locally for Liberty County Extension Director. Motion to advertise locally made by Johnson, seconded by Sand ers and carried. Clerk Brown discussed recording fees to record the easement Brown to contact Talquin Electric Company to pay the recording cost since the easement was given to Talquin Electric. Clerk Brown advised the Board that the U.S. Census Bureau dated Boundary and Annexation Survey. If Liberty County is inter Clerk Brown advised the Board that the Air Condition Unit for the Liberty County Library needs to be ordered. One unit works. The Library has agreed to pay for the new unit. Clerk Brown advised the Board that the three applications sub mitted for the Boating Improvement Grant were denied. Clerk Brown requested Board approval to pay the invoice sub Shop Grant. Kincaid requested the Clerk not to mail the check until work was complete. Motion to approve expenditure to North made by Phillips, seconded by Sanders and carried. Clerk Brown requested Board approval for a letter of support the William G. & Budd Bell Lifetime Achievement Award. Motion to approve letter of support nominating Ann Kincaid made by John son, seconded by Branch and carried. Motion to pay bills made by Johnson, seconded by Phillips and carried. Motion to adjourn made by Branch, seconded by Phillips and carried. Warrant List & Numbers Aug. 10 Sept. 6, 2018 Weatherization None Bank EFT Payments: -------------------------Kathleen E. Brown Clerk of Court Dexter Barber Chairman Liberty Commission budget hearing & regular meeting BUDGET WORKSHOP 6:00 p.m. Chairman Dexter Barber called the meeting to order. Present at the meet ing were Commissioners Dexter Barber, Dwayne Branch, Jim Johnson and Scott Phillips. Commissioner James Sanders was not present. Attorney Robin Myers, Clerk Kathleen Brown and Deputy Clerk Mason Kever. Branch led prayer. Johnson led pledge. The Liberty County Board of County Commissioners discussed the tentative tentative budget is not balanced at this if the Board approves the tentative budget at the lowest possible funding level they The Board discussed purchasing a Road Striping Machine for Road and Bridge. The Board discussed scheduling an other workshop. SPECIAL MEETING 9:15 p.m. Chuck Durrant, with Calhoun Liberty Hospital, addressed the Board. Durrant presented a Hospital Progress Report to the Board. Motion to approve budget Resolution and carried. Motion to approve B & B Sporting seconded by Branch and carried. The Board of County Commissioner ap The Board discussed the DEO Feasibil ity Study Grant Agreement for the Hosford Telogia Water System. Motion to approve The DEO Feasibility Study Grant Agree ment made by Johnson, seconded by Branch and carried. The Board discussed the diagram for placement of the digital sign at the Veter ans Civic Center. Motion to approve Vet erans Park sign placement diagram by Johnson, seconded by Phillips and carried. ping Fees and the responsible party for the disposal of the demolition material from the ings. Sheriff White discussed using the tainer and to obtain pricing from Cumbaa and Waste Pro and order from Company offering the best price made by Branch, seconded by Johnson and carried. Attorney Myers had no business to dis cuss. Branch made a motion to use the cash The Board discussed scheduling a bud ET If they cannot agree to bal ance it at this meeting. Branch made a motion to use the FRS and Insurance with the exception of the Supervisor of Elections increases (due to mandated items and election year sal tentative budget, seconded by Barber, Johnson voted No, Phillips voted Yes, cers budgets received from the Board were Clerk Brown advised the Board that Sam Slay, Risk & Safety Consultant with the Florida League of Cities offered to visit each County Department and speak with employees on ways to reduce work related accidents. Motion by Phillips to allow Sam Slay with the Florida League of Cities to visit employees on the job site to discuss way to reduce work related accidents, sec onded by Branch and carried. members for Dexter to sign the contract. Clerk Brown advised the Board that the Board approve the repair estimate submitted by Ken Rudd in the amount of Fire Department. Ford deemed this as an emergency. Motion to approve Hosford by Johnson, seconded by Phillips and car ried. Motion to adjourn by Branch, seconded by Johnson and carried. __________________ Kathleen E. Brown Clerk of Court Dexter Barber Chairman Liberty Commission budget workshop and special meeting held on Aug. 23
Page 12 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2018 SCHOOL NEWS Welcome back to the Bulldog Beat! This week at LCHS, students are getting more and more excited for the fast ap proaching homecoming. Just a few more days now! Tomorrow is the ing out who'll end up on court tryouts. All of the girls trying out for queen will do an evening gown walk and perform skits in groups of three. This year intense race, there are 15 girls trying out! The entire school is going to on court, and this year we decided to switch it up on court as well instead of just one boy for king. This seemed to have a very positive outcome in terms of boys signing up for tryouts, as there are also 14 boys running for court and king. Since the girls are re quired to do a skit, the boys are also being re quired to perform a group dance with each other. We're sure hilarity will ensue, so be sure to come out to the gym at 8:30 and watch it happen! In terms of sports this week, the football team will be taking on North Last year they took us down on our homecom ing but don't be fooled, we're coming back with a vengeance. Senior player Brady Peddie says, "We're focused, and we're ready! We've got what it takes to go out there and take what's ours." We look forward to watching our Dawgs bring home yet another victory! As for the vol leyball team, they're still took down North Florida Christian and Altha, and this week they've taken on Blounstown and Ruth erford and we can't wait to see them beat Cotton dale tomorrow. WaterVentures Florida's Learning Lab visited day, Oct. 3. The program is designed to educate students on the importance of our freshwater resources and conservation tactics to protect these vital ecosystems. SCHOOL NEWS The BHS Cheerleaders will be hosting a Future Ti ger Cheerleader Camp on Friday, Oct. 19 from 3 to 5 p.m. CT The camp will be facilitated by BHS Cheer Coaches Amanda Dehn and MiKel Engram, along with the JV and Varsity cheerleaders. Participants will be able to cheer a portion of the game with the cheerleaders, as well as perform a cheer at halftime. Cost of the camp is $15. You may register your child early by contacting org, or you may register the afternoon of the camp. Future Tiger Cheerleader Camp to be held Oct. 19 The Blountstown High School cross country team Rutherford Ram Run. There were seven schools in attendance with 130 athletes. Xander Peacock put time of 16:58.37, setting himself up as the number 3 ranked runner in the region and led the boys team to personal records were broken along with seven ad ditional season best times. Here are the varsity stats: Girls athlete place results 5,000 meter run are 35:30.48 Isabela Valdez and 35:31.98 Faviola Barra gan 55th. Boys athletes place results 5,000 meter run are 16:58.37 Xander Peacock 1st, 19:18.10 SB Enrique del Nandho. BHS Boys Cross Country team takes second place at annual Rutherford Ram Run Sept. 29 The BHS Art Class has just completed an extensive study into the theory of color. Students learned about primary, secondary, intermediate, analogous and mono are back row: Destiny Payne, Alexis Spencer, Emily Hobbs, April Huggins and Nickole Medina. Front row: Kyle Todd, Terrell Hope, Robbie Barton and Cage Boyd. Not pictured is Bryanna Jones. Garner, Kimberly Ballarta and Kara Conyers. Not pictured: Jan Roblero, Cora Cole, Damian Kinya Deveaux. September students are: Bottom row, Presley Hill, Dylan Gunn, Cameron Wilkin, Haven Davis, McMillan and Destiny Peters; Top row, Briana Escalante, Molly Holmes, Aidan Carter, Shaterica Smith, Kassie Davis, Rosa Nowling and Adrian Rangel. Not pictured, Alayah Engram, Gauge Ja cobs, Jaycee Kinsey, Dalia Barragan, Madelyn Manspeaker, Ciana Dillmore and Destiny Peters. W.R. TOLAR STUDENTS OF THE MONTH AUG. SEPT. The Chipola College Welding Technology mobile lab set up residence at Blountstown High School for three days on Monday, Oct. 1. Welding is considered a high skill, high wage career and Chipola College, under the direction of lead instructor Curtis Jenkins, offers a sequence of courses that prepare students for his students in the Chipola welding program, gave instruction and training to students at Blountstown High School on proper stick welding techniques. BHS Students in Mr. Scott Phelps building construc tion and welding classes, as well as Mr. Charles Wil liams Ag classes, were all able to participate in the mobile welding lab. The main purpose of the visit is to raise interest in welding and recruit students into the welding pro gram at Chipola College. Chipola College welding courses align with the American Welding Society (AWS) standards to provide the technical knowledge and skills needed for a rewarding career in manufac turing and production welding. Any junior and senior at BHS can dual enroll with Chipola College to take at no cost to the student. BHS welding classes fol low the same National Center for Construction and Education Research (NCCER) curriculum that Chi pola College follows, so a student can move on to the Chipola College program having the basic welding skills and knowledge needed. Chipola Welding Technology mobile lab sets up residence at Blountstown High School BHS NEWS THIS WEEK LCHS BULLDOG BEAT
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Survivors include her son, Ronnie Dueal McCardle and his wife, Shirley of Dothan, AL; three daughters, Brenda Dianne French of Maryville,TN, Judy Carol Adkison of Arlington, TX and Linda Gail Elmore and husband, Coy of Dothan, AL; four brothers, Charles Chason of Augusta, GA, Bobbie Capps and Jimmy Capps, both of Panama City and Billy Capps of Mari anna; two sisters, Faye Tipton of Gernada, MS and Jo Ann Goins of Jackson, GA; 10 grandchildren, 20 dren. Services were held Thursday, Oct. 4 at Peavy Fu neral Home Chapel with Rev. David Tipton, Pastor Phillip Harrelson, Rev. Joe Patterson and Rev. Allan Cemetery. Peavy Funeral Home in Blountstown was in charge of the arrangements. TALLAHASSEE & HOSFORD Joyce Summers eration Floridian, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, at Big Bend Hospice in Tallahassee. She had been a resident of St. Augustine Plantation Assisted Living, Tallahassee, for the past three months. Survivors include a daughter, Kitte Hosford Carter, (James E.), Tallahassee; a sister, Iona Summers Eu banks, Tallahassee; four granddaughters, Sundae Min ton McMillan, (Craig), Tallahassee; Tiffany Hosford Hand, Topeka, KS; Brandie Hosford-Fristoe, (C.N.), Tallahassee; Peggy Carter Claborn, (Joe), Tallahas see; three grandsons, Michael Edward Carter, (Tina), Montgomery, AL; James W. Carter, Tallahassee; Rob ert B. Carter, Panama City; 11 great-grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Joyce, a quick witted, lovely, fearless and dynamic woman was surrounded by strong women who served as her role models and contributed to the outstanding adult she would become. A native of Estiffanulga, and a lifelong resident of Liberty County, she graduated from Liberty County High School where she met and married the love of her life, Wesley Coe Hosford, in 1942. As WW II commenced, Wesley enlisted in the Navy and Joyce worked as a Rosie the Riveter at the shipyard at St. Andrews Bay, Panama City. She later traveled by train to San Francisco to be with her sailor who was detained from shipping out for six months due to illness a fortunate act of fate as the ship he was to join was later sunk by the enemy. While in San Francisco, she continued serving her country by work ing with the U.S. Army typing and producing training manuals for their use. Following the war, Joyce and Wesley settled in Hos ford, raised their son and daughter and built the home they would occupy for 73 years of concrete blocks they made by hand. This home would serve as a home away from home for young and old alike as they shared their bountiful vineyards, livestock and garden produce with their friends and community. Those for tunate enough to dine at Joyces table would be treated to the best of North Florida cuisine, country cooking known as the Cake Lady to her family and friends. Whether her lemon pie, peach or blueberry cobblers; the 12 layer chocolate cake; the fresh strawberry cake; her Rum Cake at Christmas the white layer cake with nal Coconut Cake, made even more perfect and world famous by her grandson, Chef Bob and prepared on national television by Bob and Martha Stewart and by Bob on Bobby Flays Throw Down if you were the recipient of a cake made by Joyce Hosford you were truly blessed and much loved! As a working professional, Joyce worked for the years. Later, at the age of 74, she began a second ca reer with the State working in the Department of Elder Affairs until the age of 82. A leader in civic and church activities, she served as the church Secretary-Treasurer and pianist for the Wesleyan Methodist Church for de cades and was a force and motivator behind the stun ning restoration of the Wesleyan Community Center in 2008. In addition to her church activities, she served as a delegate to the 1968 Republican National Conven tion; was a member of the Lions Club; was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution; and was State President and Regional President of the Wom ens Auxiliary. After the death of her husband, Joyce enjoyed traveling throughout the United States and abroad with her children and grandchildren. She also until her move to assisted living. She was preceded in death by her parents, A.L. and Jessie McDaniel Summers, Bristol; her husband, Wes ley Coe Hosford; a son, Rodney Coe Hosford; three brothers, Gordon, Al and Lester Summers; and one sister, Elnita Summers. A Celebration of Life Service was held at 11 a.m. ET Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Wesleyan Community Cen ter in Hosford. A private interment followed at Wesley Coe and Joyce Summers Hosford Family Lot, Wesley Chapel Cemetery Hosford/Telogia. The family wishes to extend its heartfelt apprecia tion to Yvonne Wright and Pam Rogers, devoted care givers; the staff of St. Augustine Plantation Assisted Living; and the staff of Big Bend Hospice for the pro fessional and loving care extended to their loved one during the time she was entrusted to their care. Flow ers are welcome and memorial contributions may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, Florida 32308. Charles McClellan Funeral Home in Quincy was in charge of the arrangements. JOYCE SUMMERS HOSFORD See OBITUARIES continued on page 15 www.facebook. com/CLJNews
by Jackson Summers, Contributing writer The Liberty County Bull dogs had the week off follow ing the rivalry game with the Blountstown Tigers, and were looking to get things back on the winning track against the home-standing Wewahitchka Gators last Friday night. It was also Homecoming for the Ga tors and the home crowd was The Dawgs won the coin toss and deferred to the second half. The Gator returner took the Rangel (#7) out to the LCHS 45 yard line, where Alex Garcia (#2) made a touchdown saving tackle. After two six yard runs, the Wewa quarterback fol lowed his blocking and outran the Dawg defense for a 32 yard conversion was good and the Gators took an early 8-0 lead. ing out the yards on the ground until the drive stalled out and ended with a sack of a fourth the Wewa 34 yard line. Both Gators again found success on the ground with three long runs resulting in another touchdown and a 14-0 Gator lead with 8:48 left in the second quarter. within striking distance, the drive, keyed by runs from Ran gel and #33 Anson Johnson, (#12) to Austin Waller (#23) and Thomas Allen (#88), who catch and run for the score. Af cut the lead to 14-7. Not to be outdone, the Gators touchdown drive, and extended their lead to 22-7. There was less than two minutes on the and Rangel moved the ball down to the Gator 9 yard line, but unfortunately time ran out before the Dawgs could scratch session of the second half, but all night, the Gator quarterback zone and extending the Gator lead to 30-7. After getting the the Gators commenced a 13 ing in another touchdown and a 36-7 Gator lead. After the Dawgs were unable to move down drive triggering the run of the game. ing attack, with the result that Wewa was able to drain the clock on its three second half in touchdowns, while never at ble was the Dawgs inability to consistently move the ball, as half. However, there is no rest for the road-weary, as the Bull dogs are set to travel to Bay County to take on the North Bay Haven Buccaneers this Friday, October 12. Kickoff is ET Page 14 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2018 PUBLIC AND LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE MALLORY TOWING & RECOVERY, INC. Mallory Towing & Recovery, Inc. gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 at 2 p.m. CT at 18114 STATE ROAD pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. 1999 BUICK CENTURY VIN# 2G4WS52M8X1429432 Mallory Towing & Recovery, Inc. reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 10-10-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, according to Florida Statue 865.09, that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Hickory Hammock Woodworking located at 18775 NE Black McNair Road in the County of Liberty in the City of Hosford Florida, 32334 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated in Bristol, Florida this 4th day of October, 2018. Jessica Alana Faurot Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018 10-10-18 R&R WAREHOUSES NOTICE OF SALE On October 12, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. CST, R&R Warehouses will dispose of or sell the contents of 2 (two) storage units from Blountstown at 19300 SR 20W. (850)674-4700. The units are believed to contain household and/or personal property of the following tenants: Leslie Messer Ron Van Lierop There will be a sale of the contents of these and all delinquent units at a later date. 10-3, 10-10 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that KENNY KING the holder of the following a tax deed to be issued thereon. The the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Year of Issuance: 2016 Description of Property: (Parcel ID#0152-S-8W-02495-000) Lot 2, Block 3, Estiffanulga Subdivision, Unit No. 1, as per Plat recorded in the Clerk of Court Name in which assessed: L.C. JOHNSON ESTATE Said property being in the County of liberty, State of Florida. according to law the property described highest bidder at the front door of the Liberty County Courthouse at 11:00 A.M. ET on 8th day of November, 2018. Dated this 27th day of September, 2018. Kathleen E. Brown Liberty County Clerk of Court 10-3 T 10-24 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that KENNY KING the holder of the following a tax deed to be issued thereon. The the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Year of Issuance: 2015 Description of Property: (Parcel ID#0152S-8W-02489-004) Lot 6, Block 2, Estiffanulga Subdivision, Unit No. 1, as per Plat recorded in the Clerk of Court Name in which assessed: L.C. JOHNSON ESTATE Said property being in the County of liberty, State of Florida. according to law the property described highest bidder at the front door of the Liberty County Courthouse at 11:00 A.M. ET on 8th day of November, 2018. Dated this 27th day of September, 2018. Kathleen E. Brown Liberty County Clerk of Court 10-3 T 10-24 FLORIDA PACE FUNDING AGENCY NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE UNIFORM METHOD OF COLLECTING NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS The Board of Directors (the "Board") of the Florida PACE Funding Agency, a public body corporate and politic (the "Agency"), hereby provides notice, pursuant to Sections 163.08(2), (3) and (4) and 197.3632(3)(a), Florida Statutes, of its intent to use the uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments for more than one year to be levied within the area encompassed by the boundaries of every county in Florida, or any of the municipalities therein, subscribing to or served by the Agency's statewide construct or pay for energy conservation energy improvements and wind resistance improvements in accordance with Section 163.08, Florida Statutes (collectively, the "Qualifying Improvements"). By law and resolution of the Agency, a property owner may apply to the Agency for funding and The non-ad valorem assessments contemplated by this notice are voluntary and are only imposed by the Agency with the prior written consent authorized by or on behalf of affected property owners Qualifying Improvements from the Agency. The Agency is authorized Improvements and is required to annually collect repayment by non-ad valorem assessments. The Board will consider the adoption of a resolution electing to use the uniform method of collecting such assessments as authorized by Section 197.3632, Florida Statutes, at a public hearing to be held at 1:00 p.m. on October 30, 2018, at the River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization Executive Conference Room, 2570 W International Speedway Boulevard, Suite 100, Daytona Beach, Florida. Such resolution will state the need for the levy and will contain a legal description of the boundaries of the real property that may be subject to the levy which is the entirety of the State of Florida. Copies of the proposed form of resolution are Energy Solutions (FL) LLC, Third Party Administrator for the Florida PACE Funding Agency, 2600 Maitland Center Parkway, Suite 163, Maitland, Florida 32751, email: gov@counterpointees. com. All interested persons are invited to present oral comments at the public hearing and/or submit written comments to the Board at the above address. Written comments should be received by the Agency on or before October 29, 2018. Any persons desiring to present oral comments should appear at the public hearing. In the event any person decides to appeal any decision by the Board with respect to any matter relating to the consideration of the resolution at the referenced public hearing, a record of the proceeding may be needed and in such an event, such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the public hearing is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence on which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in such public hearing should contact the River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization at (386) 226-0422 at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the date of the public hearing. By Order of the Board of Directors of Florida PACE Funding Agency on August 14, 2018 9-19, 9-26, 10-3, 10-10 Bulldogs fall to Wewa Gators 44-7 LCHS BULLDOGS MIDDLE FROM LEFT: Brady Peddie (#12) scrambles to get away from a Gator. Crisanto Rangel (#7) wrestles away from a Wewa defender. LEFT: Brady Peddie (#12) delivers a pass. ABOVE: Ty-Ty Braggs (#4) cuts past a Wewa defender. DANIEL WILLIAMS PHOTOS
OCTOBER 10, 2018 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL Page 15 STARSCOPE Oct. 10 Oct. 16 2018 FOR SALE Utility trailer Inversion table, 20 mud tires, The Calhoun-Liberty Ministry Center UFN BOAT boat 1990 6 HP Evinrude motor, RV/TRAVEL TRAILER 2007 Forest River travel trailer, 1978 Chevy C30 Class 3 RV, PETS Chihuahua and YARD SALE 3 family downsizing sale Yard sale CT CLASSIFIEDS $ 27 $ 45 $ 75 $ 90 M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS 7 days a week service NO UFN (CT) (Second Saturday of every month) AUCTION (850) 643-7740 Tools Public is invited. 18175 SR 20 W. Blountstown Food 643-7740 BRISTOL BLOUNTSTOWN FOR RENT (CT) (Second Monday of every month) AUCTION (850) 643-7740 Tools Public is invited. 18175 SR 20 W. Blountstown Food TREASURES of the Pioneer Settlement 3 BR 2 BA 2 BR 2 BA REFERENCES REQUIRED 643-6646 10-10-18 F RENT B Charles McClellan Funeral Home in Quincy is in charge of the arrangements. OBITUARIES continued from page 13
Page 16 THE CALHOUN-LIBERTY JOURNAL OCTOBER 10, 2018 The City of Bristol hosted Front Porchin in to Fall (a Porch Decorating Contest) last week with 13 participants including families and businesses. Winners were announced during the Fall Festival at Bristol Ace Hardware on Saturday, Oct. 6. Front Porchin In To Fall Contest, said Bristol May or Steve Cutshaw. Initially we planned to award two residences, but we had such great business support we decided to award one business award as well, he said. Con gratulations to the winners and thank you to all of our great businesses and residences who entered. Thank you to our great committee who helped judge and de you to Bristol ACE Hardware for their generous do nations and support. The winners, who were awarded Custom-made Garden Flags and $50 Ace Hardware gift cards gen erously donated by Bristol Ace Hardware, were: BUSINESS WINNER: Gold Star Private Academy 11288 NW State Road 20, Bristol, FL RESIDENTIAL CO-WINNERS: Mitch & Heather Willis 10516 NW Main St., Bristol, FL Mary C. Davis 10972 NW Michaux Rd., Bristol, FL ABOVE: Business Winner Gold Star Private Academy, 11288 NW State Road 20. BELOW & RIGHT: The home of Mitch & Heather Willis Residential Category. The home of Mary C Davis, 10972 NW Michaux Rd., Winners named in Decorating Contest The City of Bristol presents Frt Pchin in to Fall