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I 15 YA.U -E R AY APRIL 20204SETON3 AGES


Youth Volunteer of the Year
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Tommy Erixton and his grandfather, Lee Erixton, check out one of their tractors on display at the Antique Trac-
tor and Engine Show at Stephen Foster Folk Cultural Center State Park in Whites Springs on Friday, March
31, and Saturday, April 1. Tommy was recognized as the 2005 Youth Volunteer of the Year by the Department
of Environmental Protection and the Friends of Florida State Parks. The 16-year-old has been a volunteer for
three years at Stephbn Foster, Big Shoals Public Lands and Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park. He has
worked at special events and outreach projects and assisted with prescribed burning, wiregrass restoration
and equipment maintenance. Tommy is the son of Gary and Kim Erixton of White Springs. See Pages 2B and
3B for more photos of the Tractor Show. Staff Photo


Hamilton County/PCS


Industrial Park


impact fees in debate


between county city
Workshop to be held April 24
The issue
The Hamilton County/PCS Industrial Park, located at
the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 41 and CR 137, was designed
to attract new businesses to Hamilton County. Currently
there are four businesses located in the park and two more
want to relocate there.
G.A.P. Roofing has been planning to locate at the Indus-
trial Park for almost two years and has been working for
eight months to obtain the necessary permits for construc-
tion of a new facility. One reason the company chose this
area was that the County had told them there would be no
impact or connection fees for water and sewer services, ac-
cording to County Coordinator Bob Poor. But they were re-
cently notified by the City of Jasper that they would have to
pay approximately $9,000 in sewer tap and impact fees.
Now they are considering moving to another state, Poor
added.

The background
In 2000, the County used more than one million dollars of
grant money frqm the U.S. Economic Development Admin-
istration to run water and sewer lines from Jasper to the In-
dustrial Park. When the project was completed, the County
deeded the water and sewer lines to the City of Jasper.

see Hamilton, Page 2A


The Woman's Club of Jasper to celebrate 100 years


A grand celebration
By I'ern iHone, Woman's Club President
The Woman's Club of Jasper is planning a cel-
ebration a celebration of one hundred years of
service to Hamilton Count\ and surrounding
communities. A grand reception will be held at
the club house in October 2007. More on this at
a later date.
In preparation for this celebration, we wanted
to share with you a series of articles about the
club's formation and activities as well as some
interesting facts about the City of Jasper 100
years ago when the club was organized ii Octo-
ber 1907.
The first in the series of articles was retrieved
from records maintained by Past Club Presi-
dent Mildred Shepherd. Even though the
records have deteriorated with age, the style of
writing is very distinct and descriptive. A


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see Grand, Page 2A Woman's Club of Jasper Club House


History of Jasper

Woman's Club
From records of Past Club President
Mildred Shepherd
The year of 1905 saw the inception of a move-'
ment in Jasper that was far-reaching in its influ-
ence and that was to contribute much to the en-
joyable and cultural life of the community.
Through all these years of fair weather and
foul, through prosperity-and depression, an or-
ganization that has included the names of both
mothers and daughters of our city through'
three decades.
The club was not originally organized under
the name of Woman's Club, but because a few
of the ladies in the city wanted to own and read
more widely, more interesting and better things
see History, Page 2A


Local farmers winners in Corn Yield Contest


Frank "The Happy Clown" Richards visited his friend, Moses Robinson who owns
Moses Car Wash in Jasper. Richards entertains the young and the young-at-
heart at church functions and social events. Each month he and his wife, Donna,
travel to the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa and the Florida School for the Deaf
in St. Augustine to the delight of the children who are there. Staff Photo


Several Hamilton County residents
Were winners in the 2005 National
Corn Growers' Association's (NCGA)
Corn Yield Contest in Florida. The an-
nual contest is held nationally among
corn producers with the goal of pro-
ducing the highest yields. Growers
compete in a number of produc-
tion categories, including non-
irrigated, no-till/strip-till
non-irrigated, no-
till/strip-till irrigated,
ridge-till non-irri-
gated, ridge-till ir-
rigated and irri-
gated classes.
Clarence.
Adams, of
Jasper, placed
first in the Irri-
gated division
of the contest. He
harvested a yield
of 199.6 bushels peracre with Garst
brand 8288, a 116 general relative ma-
turity corn hybrid.
"We congratulate the growers for
their excellent seed selection and
management practices throughout the
growing season," said Scott Hart, corn
product manager for Garst Seed Com-
pany. "Our company remains dedicat-
ed to helping growers select hybrids
with excellent genetics and traits, and
technologies that best fit their farm."
Michael Adams, of Jennings, placed
second in the Irrigated division of the
contest. He harvested a yield of 163.73
bushels per acre with Pioneer brand


hybrid 31N26.
Kevin Murphy, of Jennings, placed
first in the Ridge-till Irrigated divi-
sion. He harvested a yield of 162.24
bushels per acre
with Pioneer
brand hybrid
33M54.
Jennifer
Adams, of Jen-
nings, placed
first in the
No Till/Strip
Till Non-Irri-
gated divi-
sion. She
harvested a
yield of
,139.86
bushels per
S acre with Pio-
neer brand hy-
brid 31N26.
Debra Adams of Jennings, placed
first in the state in the No Till/Strip
Till Irrigated Class. He harvested a
yield of 189.3595 bushels per acre
with the hybrid DEKALB DKC69-71.
"We're pleased to see the tremen-
dous results that growers achieved in
the NCGA contest this year with Pio-
neer products," said Bill Fleet, vice
president, North American Sales, Pio-
neer. "Corn growers are looking for
every opportunity to increase their re-
turn per acre. At Pioneer, we deliver
higher yielding products, trusted
technology, and personalized value to
help customers achieve success."


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Hamilton


History


Continued From Page 1A Continued From Page 1A

A water tower was to be located at the Industrial Park, that were then available,
but the City requested that a water tower be built on U.S. Mrs. R.D. Tompkins, more
Hwy. 129 to provide adequate water pressure for the city affectionately called "Miss
to meet fire suppression standards. The City paid $64,000 Bessie" by her friends, was
of the additional $140,000 needed for the construction of the pioneer personage,
the tower. According to Resolution 2000-02-01, dated Feb. who, by personal canvass-
7, 2000, the City Council determined that the project ing and much encourage-
would initially contribute more than $700,000 of direct ment, persuaded about 20
economic benefit to the City's utility system. of the enterprising matrons
Although the County built the water and sewer lines of the town to invest in the
and the water tower, the City operates and maintains the name of a club a small li-
system and receives all service fees. brary of books, fictional, his-
According to Poor and City Manager Kent Cichon the torical, and biographical. It
City made an agreement in 2000 that they would give new is said, with no special de-
businesses in that industrial park $350,000 credit for water gree of pride, that the works
tap fees. Since there was no sewer or impact fees at that of fiction predominated.
time, those issues were not addressed in the agreement. This club was organized
In a letter dated Feb. 4, 2002, Ralph Bowers, who was and operated under the
city manager at that time, stated in a letter to former nom-de-plume of the
County Coordinator Mike Williams, "The County's contri- Tabard in Library Club. The
bution (the construction of the water and sewer lines and books were renewed at cer-
the water tower) will more than offset any contemplated tain intervals and were
connection fees." stored in a vacant building
According to Cichon charging tap fees and impact fees in the center of town with
is standard practice in most communities. Tap fees are Jasper Pressing Club dis-
used to reimburse the City for the costs associated with played all too vividly on its
connecting a new customer to the utilities, windows. Some of the wags
Impact fees are used to upgrade old systems or build of the town wished to know,
new systems as the use of the utilities increases due to "Who did the pressing?" An
new customers. Cichon explains that a system has a limit- acceptable member was
ed capacity to pump out water and to take in sewage. As elected as librarian and kept
new customers are added, the system has to be enlarged account of the books that
or a new system has to be built, were in circulation. This sys-
"An impact fee takes the burden off current taxpayers tem worked well and
who have been here for years. Those who are moving into proved the outlet and con-
the community should have to pay their fair share and not nection with the outside
take advantage of what is already in place." world, when transportation
What now? was much more difficult
The county commissioners requested a slot on the City's than it is today.
agenda during their regular meeting on April 10. The City Mrs. Agnes Cone McRae,
did not agree, but the commissioners appeared before the a charming matron, former-
city council as a non-agenda group. ly a teacher in the public
Commissioner Mike Adams acted as the spokesperson schools,'was the first presi-
for group and requested that the city council waive or dent. She handled the office
lower the fee for G.A.P. Roofing. The city council refused gracefully and well and dis-
but agreed to schedule a workshop on the issue, played the innate ability she
The county commissioners, the city council members possessed in guiding
and Nancy Oliver of the Hamilton County Development Jasper's first club through its
Authority will hold a workshop at 7 p.m. on April 24, at infancy. The infant grew in
the Civic Center in Jasper. leaps and bounds. The
"We are hopeful that the meeting will be fruitful," Oliv- membership increased. A
er said. social viewpoint developed,
According to Cichon impact fees do not deter develop- the meetings devoted to the
ment, they help allow for the capacity for future growth. social life of the club work
"Once there is no more capacity, economic development were held in the homes of
stops in its tracks," Cichon said. "Other communities have the members. Each meeting
impact fees and they are booming." of this kind was the signal
"The County is trying to attract new businesses to '.he' for the member's to' get out
area by offering adwvalorem tax abatem'ents and ci tl. ':- h"ir\long eping Willdv
centives," Pbor s-aid'titit appear. thie'City i* riot c:ooper- plumes, theli on, the lortg
eating. We realize that the City has to charge fees, but iwe sweeping skirtfs trailing in
feel that the fees can be reduced for new businesses. Jasper's unpaved and side-


walkless streets. Jasper
women have long been fa-
mous for their excellent culi-
nary ability and the refresh-
ment division of the social
entertainments came to be
looked forward to with ap-
preciation and pleasure. Lat-
er, a much needed civic
mood permeated the orga-
nization and the club moved
quickly onward to promote
a betterment of the streets,
homes, etc., in the commu-
nity. Those were the days,
believe it or not, when the
bovine animals roamed
heart and fancy free over the
thoroughfare of the town,
chickens, hogs and other
predatory animals. Much
opposition to their removal
was met form the city fa-
thers, but committees work-
ing overtime, City Council
aid, etc., accomplished a
much desired end. Mrs.
Tompkins again deserves
much praise and recogni-
tion for her untiring effort.
Mrs. W.H. Green, who was
then Mrs. Paulk, Miss Thula
Rice, Mrs. Melvin Hunter,
Mrs. J.R. Sandlin, Mrs. Bas-
com Blackwell, Miss Mabel
Blackwell, her mother, Mrs.
Stripling and her daughter,
Mrs. H.F. Smith, Misses Nel-
lie and Gussye Frink, the lat-
ter now Mrs. Jeffords of
South Carolina, Mrs. I.J. Mc-
Call, and Miss Pearl Alt-
man, now Mrs. Simon
Roberts, were. all charter
.members.
Business meetings were
held once a month, alternat-
ing with social meetings,,
which was the social func-
tion of the month, and was
faithfully reported in the
town paper, the Jasper News.
The Jasper Woman's Club
continued to grow. In 1910
it was federated with the
General Federation of
Women's Clubs, which
makes it one of the oldest
clubs in the state.
.,I Becoming .a national,or-
ganization,. paying dues,
and executing the courses
of study were as follows:
Shakespearean plays, geo-


graphical studies, American
history, civil government,
and other courses.
Thirty years have passed
since its organization and it
is still progressing. Many ca-
pable and efficient women
have served as presidents of
the club, standing at the
helm, guiding it off the
rocks that seemed at times
would wreck it.
Three of our club women
were called to serve as sec-
tional vice-president that is
an honor to any club. Since
the club works thorough
several departments, name-
ly educational, civic, music
and art, it is indeed wide in
its scope.
Until recently it worked in
the capacity of Parent-
Teachers Association giving
much aid to the school in
talent, time and money. The
civic department that has al-
ways been very active, is
largely responsible for mak-
ing Jasper the-beautiful and
attractive little city it is to-
day and the haven of rest in
which to live.
This chapter could not be
closed without honorable
mention of the men who
played a fundamental part
in the club's history. Mr. Jim
Corbett, a friend of the club
and a very civic minded,
prominent man gave to the
Woman's Club a beautiful
lot on which to build a long
hoped for clubhouse. Sever-'
al years passed, the club
could not see their way clear
to begin building a club-
house but kept constantly
adding to the building fund.
Then came the Roosevelt
administration with all of its
possibilities. Mr. Graham


Black, another civic minded
man, who has always
worked untiringly for the
interests of the Woman's
Club, working in coopera-
tion with Mrs. M.W.
Wetherington, our beloved
president, succeeded in get-
ting a W.P.A. (ed. note -
Works Progress Admisin-
stration) project which
made it possible to get a
Civic Center. The club origi-
nally put up $1,000 towards
the building and on the club
lot today stands a beautiful
building constructed of
rocks from the famous
Suwannee River, costing
around $10,000, a building
which towns many times
the size of Jasper would be
proud to own. Another man
contributing to the club is
Mr. Stanley Adams, who
bought the club note for the
sum of $400 thus making it
possible to raise $1,000 in
cash in order to get the
building. Other men have
contributed generously on
numerous occasions. The
men as a whole are interest-
ed in the undertakings and.
accomplishments of the
Woman's Club.
Women who have served
as president of the club are:
Mesdames W. B. McRae,
Dean Tompkins, Blackwell
Stripling, Austin Smith,
W:H. Greene, Melvin
Hunter, Tom Watts, J.R.
Sandlin, C.C. Hamilton, I.J.
McCall, Roy Adams, J.A.
Corbett, Broxton Small, E.A.
Risbeck, Walter Knowles,
W.B. Lewis, L.B. Register,
Ponce D. Sardlin, Charles
Johns, M.F. Horace Lewis,
M.W. Wetherington and
Graham Black.


Grand


Continued From Page 1A

treasure to be enjoyed by
all. To supplement this arti-
cle,,, e are ,askiig,,anyone
having newspaper articles,
stories or memories of club
happenings to share these
with us. Some special cele-
brations and grand old
times have been held "at
the club house" as it is com-
monly known.
Funds for the upkeep of
the Club House and
grounds have been mini-
mal to none since late
1980. The annual income
of approximately $6,000 is
necessarily used to pay for
the general operation ex-
penses such as insurance,.
utilities and maintenance.
In addition, we contribute
to the American Cancer
Society, The American
Heart Association, Special
Olympics, Hamilton
County Library, Hacienda
Girls Ranch, Domestic Vi-
olence Prevention, Child


Abuse Prevention, Opera-
tion Smile, HCAODP,
Hoby, miscellaneous char-
ities and an annual $500
scholarship for a local high
school graduate. ,
The time is here when
some major repairs to the
building and some im-
provements to. the
grounds must be made if
this community landmark
is to remain a treasure for
future generations.
The women of the club
have gladly served the
community for all these
years, now the cub needs a
helping hand to make these
much needed repairs and
improvements. If you
would like to help, please
mail your donation to Emi-
ly Anderson, treasurer,
12613 S.E. 50th Drive,
Jasper, FL 32052 or Verna
Home, president, 410 Vick-
ers Court, Jasper, FL 32052.
On behalf of the
Woman's Club of Jasper,
thank you.


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PCS HCHS PARTNERSHIP:
N Ashley Cribbs, Adam DeRocco,
-" .Charity Bell, Jasmine Jones,
Tocha Moreno, Maria Ortega,
.. Rex Mitchell (Hamilton County
.., School Director-of Instruction)
Kirston Redman, Ellen Deas
(school guidance counselor)
and Mindy Izell.
Photo by Rob Wolfe






High school students


visit PCS White Springs


Submitted by Rob Wolfe

The PCS Hamilton
County High School Part-
nership students visited
PCS White Springs recent-
ly to tour the Number
Three mine area. Dave Fer-
nald, PCS Training Coor-
dinator, and Rob Wolfe,
Public Affairs Coordina-
tor, guided the group to
the dragline for a close-up
and personal view while
the 3.8 million pound ma-


chine removed the phos-
phate ore at the rate of 45
cubic yards per scoop.
Next, they toured the pit
car to observe how the ma-
terial is slurred with water
and then pumped to the
beneficiation plant for sep-
aration and processing.
The partnership class is
composed of high school
Juniors and seniors who
have volunteered to par-
ticipate in the PCS/HCHS
Partnership Program in or-


der to gain better under-
standing and knowledge
of the overall process of
phosphate mining and the
production of plant nutri-
ents and animal feed sup-
plements.
Through their monthly
visits each student is able
to obtain a "real world"
experience of what is re-
quired to be employed at a
manufacturing facility
such as PCS White
Springs.


The Lady of the Lake
Quilting Guild will hold its
monthly meeting on
Wednesday, April 26, at
9:30 a.m. at Southside
Recreation Center',' 901
Saint Margaret Rd., Lake
City. The program, "What
was I Thinking," will be
presented by guild member


Joan Murray.
The Guild will also have
a show and tell session
where quilters showcase
their recent projects.
The Guild is an organiza-
tion for anyone interested
in quilts and the art of quilt-
ing. The quilting public is
invited.


rJASPR CIT COUNCIL I


April 10 Council Meeting


Presentation of Bible -
Pastor Steve Redman pre-
sented a Bible to the City
Council on behalf of Bible
Baptist Church in Jasper.
According to Redman, he
had learned that the council
did not have a Bible to use
for ceremonies, such as
when a new member is
sworn in.
Request for meeting by
County Commissioners -
County Commissioner
Mike Adams asked the City
Council to set a date for the
commissioners, the council
members and Nancy Oliv-
er, of the Hamilton County
Development Authority to
meet to discuss the pro-
posed tap and connections
fees for G.A.P. Roofing. The
Council decided to allow
City Manager Kent Cichon
and County Coordinator
Bob Poor work out a date
suitable to all of those in-
volved in the meeting.


Report from Charter Re-
view Committee Roy
Yancey, Chairman for the
Charter Review Commit-
tee, presented a summary
of the committee's report.
Suggestions made by the
committee included raising
the city council members'
salary from $100 per month
to $300 per month, requir-
ing future salary raises to
be presented to the public
as an ordinance, and reim-
bursing travel vouchers in
accordance with state
guidelines. The committee
also suggested removing
several obsolete phrases
from the charter.
Ordinance authorizing
operation of golf carts -
The Council voted on and
passed Ordinance 06-03-02,
which authorizes the oper-
ation of golf carts on certain
streets within the city limits
of Jasper, provides for the
hours of operation, and re-


quires certain equipment
for the operation of a golf
cart.
Ordinance prohibiting
abandoned or junked mo-
tor vehicles The council
voted on and passed Ordi-
nance 06-03-01, which pro-
hibits abandoned or junked
motor vehicles or motor ve-
hicle accessories on streets,
highways or right-of-ways;
provides for the removal of
such items; and prohibits
certain repairs in residen-
tial areas.
Ordinance concerning
residency of police chief -
The council held the first
hearing of Ordinance 06-
04-01, which repeals the ex-
isting Section 14-4 and cre-
ates a new Section 14-4, to
provide that the Jasper Po-
lice Chief must live within
Hamilton County. The sec-
bnd hearing will be held on
Monday, July 24 at 6 p.m. at
City Hall.


Registration deadline is May 5


Recognizing child abuse and neglect for next nationwide ACT test
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Child abuse affects chil-
dren of every age, race, and
income level. It often takes
place in the home and
comes from a person the
child knows and trusts a
parent, relative, babysitter,
or friend of the family.
Often abusers are ordi-
nary people caught in
stressful situations such as
young mothers and fathers
unprepared for the respon-
sibilities of raising a child,
overwhelmed single par-
ents with no support sys-
tem, families placed uhder
great stress by poverty, di-
vorce, or sickness, and par-
ents with alcohol or drug
problems.
A first step in helping or
getting help for an ,btl,.ed
or neglected child 'is to
identify the signs and
symptoms of abuse. There
are ,four major types of
child maltreatment. They.
are neglect, physical abuse,
sexual abuse, and emotion-
al abuse.
SNeglect is failure to pro-
vide for a child's basic
needs such as food, cloth-
ing, shelter, medical care,
education, or proper super-
vision. Symptoms of :ne-
glect are signs of malnutri-
tion,, poor hygiene,. unat-
tended physical or medical


problems. If a child states
there is no supervision at
home, or if child or caretak-
er abuses drugs or alcohol
then neglect is taking place.
Physical abuse is inten-
tional injury inflicted upon
a child. It may include se-
vere shaking, beating, kick-
ing, punching, or burning
that results in minor marks,
bruising, or even death.
Symptoms include broken
bones or'unexplained bruis-
es, burns, or welts in vari-
ous stages of healing, child.
is unable to explain injury
or explanation is inconsis-
tent with caretaker's, child
is unusually afraid of a par-
ent or caretaker and may be
afraid to go home, and the
child reports intentional in-
jury by parent or caretaker.
'SSekxul abuse'efer- to any
sexual act with a child by an
adult or older child. It in-
cludes fondling or rubbing
the child's genitals, pene-
tration, incest, rape,
sodomy, indecent expo-
sure, and using the child for
prostitution or the produc-
tion of pornographic mate-
rials. Possible symptoms in-
clude pain or bleeding in
anal or genital area with
redness or swelling, dis-
plays age inappropriate
knowledge about sex, or


child sexual abuse.
Emotional abuse is when
a child is psychological ef-
fected by the use of words
or by the absence of feeling
by an adult. This includes
frequently blaming, belit-
tling or insulting the child
or the adult may see the
child as a worthless burden
and seem indifferent to the
child. Possible symptoms
include delays in physical
and emotional develop-
ment, lack of emotional at-
tachment to parent, run-
ning away from home and
attempted suicide.
Call Florida's Parent Sup-
port Helpline at 1/800-
FLA-LOVE (1-800-352-
5683) is available 24 hours a
day, seven days a week.
This service provides confi-
dential counseling and re-
ferral to parents who are
stress.
STo report abuse call 1-
800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-
4453). This Florida hotline
determines if the informa-
tion presented complies
with.the mandates in law
and assists all callers with
information and referral to
enhance, the safety and
well-being of children and
vulnerable adults. It is
available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.

Class of 1988
reunion meeting
The Hamilton County
High School Class of 1988
will hold a meeting to plan
for their 20th Class Reunion.
The meeting will be held on
Tuesday, May 2, at the Jasper
Public Library Conference
room from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
For further information
call Pamela Dobson at 792-
3310 or Isaac E. Chandler at
792-2816 or e-mail at schol-
ar3_06@hotmnail.com.


i ie next nauionwiue
ACT test date for college-
bound high school stu-
dents is Saturday, June 10.
Students must register on-
line or have their paper
registrations postmarked
by the end of the day on
May 5. Late registration
postmark deadline,is May
19 (an additional $18.fee is
required for late registra-
tion after May 5).
The ACT includes an op-
tional Writing Test. Most
colleges do not .require a


writing score, so students
should check admissions
requirements of colleges
they're considering before
registering for the ACT.
The cost is $29 without and
$43 ,vith the Writing Test.
Students can receive reg-
istration information from
their high school guidance
counselors or they can reg-
ister online at www.actstu-
dent.org. The website also
features test tips, practice,
tests, an online test prep
program, and a database


IoUr stUeIlnts LU tinUI out II a
prospective college re-
quires a writing score.
ACT scores are accepted
by virtually all colleges and
universities in the nation,
including -all Ivy League
schools. The ACT is an aca-
demic achievement exam
that includes four tests:
English, reading, math,
and science. Students who
opt to take the Writing Test
will add 30 minutes to the
normal three hour testing
time.


Farm Bureau launches new

Production Decision Web Site


With farm income antici-
pated to be down nearly
$15 billion in 2006 com-
pared wit,.200.5,, the. Amer-
.ican Farm Bureau'Federa-
tion has launched a new
Web site to assist farmers
and ranchers make pro-
ductiondecisions based on
prevailing economic fac-
tors. The goal is to help
producers increase their in-
come and reduce expenses
for a positive bottom line.
"As a service to Farm Bu-
reau members, AFBF has
always monitored condi-
tions in the agricultural
economy and tried to an-


ticipate challenges that duction expenses as well as'
Farm Bureau') members whole-farm planning. Up-


may face," said AFBF Pres-
ident ,Bob Stallman. "In.
this. new. information age,<
AFBF is capable of more
easily sharing information
.and quickly directing
members to important in-
formation via the Inter-
net."
The address for the Farm
Bureau Production Deci-
sion Aid (FB-PDA) Web
site is http:. tbpda.tb.org/.
The AFBF economic analy-
sis team has assembled in-
formation and data related
to, crop and livestock pro-


dates to, the, information
,will.,be, regularly posted
duringthe year.,.,.';i
The Web site lists pro-
duction information for
cattle, cotton, dairy, feed
grains, fruits/vegetables,
hogs, peanuts, rice, soy-
beans and wheat. Re-
sources or links that relate
to each commodity appear
on the front page of a sec-
tion, and then by clicking
onto a specific region of the
country, the resources spe-
cific to that commodity arid
region are provided.


You are cordially invited to attend a FREE First Session of
The Dale Carnegie Course@
Date: Monday, April 24, 2006
Time: 6:00 p.ni.-9:30 p.m.
Place: Suwannee Valley Electric Co-op
11340 100t" Street
Live Oak, Florida
Sponsored by North Florida Community College, The Suwannee
SCounty Chamber ot Cunmmiericc. and The Su\m unnee Democrat

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Lady of the Lake Quilting

Guild meeting April 26


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A brand new Hamilton A limited supply of compli-
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The directory has a www.saynohamco.com.
wealth of information that This is a great website for
will be useful to any family, youth and adults.


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Compassion of donors helps St. Jude

Children's Research Hospital save lives


Imagine hearing the
dreaded words, "Your
child has cancer." Only a
few decades ago there was
no escape from the grasp of
this terrible disease. But
one man had a dream that
"no child should die in the
dawn of life." And through
this steadfast belief, the late
entertainer Danny Thomas
established St. Jude Chil-
dren's Research Hospital,
where scientists and doc-
tors are working every day
to find cures and save chil-
dren.
Thanks to the efforts of
donors around the world,
thousands of children
e vryvwhre ar e' beingn,
saved. 't. Jde isaplace
where pioneering research
and revolutionary discov-
eries happen continually.
Researchers are solving the
mysteries of cancer and
other catastrophic diseases,
including sickle cell dis-
ease, AIDS, tuberculosis
I I


and influenza. Because St.
Jude freely shares its dis-
coveries, the accomplish-
ments made at St. Jude
have completely changed
how the world treats chil-
dren with cancer and other
devastating illnesses.
The continued and gener-
ous support of donors has
helped St. Jude assure that
no family ever pays for
treatment that is not cov-.
ered "by insurance, and
families without insurance
are never asked to pay. Be-
cause of the compassion
and commitment of mil-
,lions of donors, St. Jude is
able to continue its ground
breaking research that im-
pacts these fanlies" lives.
Among the many ways to
help the life-saving work at
St. Jude are gifts to honor a
friend or relative. St. Jude's
Gift Catalog includes a line
of e-cards, print-your-own
cards and mail cards to fit
many occasions, including


seasonal greetings, birth-
days, anniversaries, chris-
tenings, bar mitzvahs, first
communions and more.
A memorial donation to
St. Jude can remember a de-
ceased loved one, while
reaching out and touching
the lives of the hospital's
patients and families dur-
ing their time of need.
These gifts of hope can be
acknowledged through a'
personalized card sent by
St. Jude through postal or
e-mail.
Honoring one's wedding
guests by making a dona-
tion to St. Jude in their
names, is a remarkable,
unique way for a couple to
celebrate the beginning of'
their lives together. By giv-
ing to St. Jude, the bride
and groom are helping to.
,make miracles happen for
thousands of children
worldwide.
And for the couple who
has everything, guests can


give a gift to St. Jude in lieu
of a wedding gift. This is an
exceptional way for guests
to give something from.the
heart that will be meaning-
ful to the couple, their
guests and countless num-
bers of children.
At St. Jude, the future is
demanding. There are pro-
grams to be funded, discov-
eries to be made and treat-.
ments to advance. Fortu-
nately there are donors
who share Danny Thomas'
unstoppable desire and un-
quenchable passion to pro-
tect and nurture the health
of children everywhere.
For more information
about giving to St. Jude,
visit vww.stjude.org/trib-
ute or call 1-800-276-8340.
To donate now, send a
Check to!St. Jude Children's
",Researchi Hospital. P.O.
Box 1000, Dept. 174, Mem-
phis, TN 38148-0174, or vis-
it www.stjude.org/,tribute
to donate online.

St. Jude Children's:
Research Hospital
Memphis, TN.


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HIamilton County En-
terprise Zone Develop-
ment Agency, located at
1153 US Hw-v. 41 NW,
Suite 4 (old high school),
will meet at 12 p.m. on
Friday, April 21. For
more information call
792-6828.


NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Sue M. Cobb, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give notice that a
GENERAL ELECTION will be held in HAMILTON County, State of Florida, on the SEVENTH
day of NOVEMBER, A.D., 2006, to fill or retain the following offices:

United States Senator
Representative In Conre'ss District .
Go\ ernor and L enltellnan Go'' ernI c'
Antorne) General
Chief Financial Officer
Commissioner of Agriculture
State R'epresentat.e. District 10
Supreme Court, Retention of Three Justices
First District Court of Appeal, Retention of Three Judges
.Circuit Judge, Third Judicial Circuit: Groups 2, 3 and 5
County Court Judge: Group 1 '
School Board: Districts i, 4 and 5
CounrC Commissioner: Districts 2 and 4'
Hamilton Soil and Water Conservation District: Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

'IN Testimony Whereof, I'Hereunto
set my hand and affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, The Capital, this
Second day of April, A.D., 2006.




Sue M. Cobb
Secretary of State
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County Coordinator The
County accepted Mike
Williams' letter of resigna-
tion from the position of
County Coordinator effec-
tive March 21. Williams,
who was on leave to serve in
the Army, has accepted a
position at PCS Phosphate in
White Springs. Bob Poor,
who has been acting as
County Coordinator during
Williams' absence, will con-
tinue as County Coordina-
tor.
White Springs computer
system The County ap-
proved a request from the
Town of White Springs for
the- reimbursement of
$1,809.25 that was spent to
service the town's computer
network system. The net-
work is part of the Hamilton
County Initiative to comput-
erize the criminal justice
agencies and the clerks' of-
fices of the various govern-
ments in the county.
White Springs paving pro-
jects The. Town of White
Springs requested that the
County consider two small
road paving projects in
White Springs for the 2007-
08 Small County Road As-
sistance Program (SCRAP).
The areas under considera-


tion include all or parts of
Jewett St., Kendrick St. and
Suwannee St. The streets are
used as an evacuation route
as well as a by-pass route
when flooding or accidents
close U.S. 41 at the Spring
House Curve. Many semi-
tractor trailers have to use
those routes and the damage
to the streets has created an
emergency situation because
the streets are losing the sup-
port beds. If the damage is
not corrected, the roads may
have to be closed in the fu-
ture. The SCRAP is designed
for larger projects but the
County will contact the De-
partment of Transportation
to find out if the roads can be
added to larger project.
White Springs Fire De-
partment The Town of
White. Springs requested the
County's assistance to pur-
chase new extrication equip-
ment. The existing equip-
ment is an outdated military
surplus product that no one
will repair due to liability is-
sues. According to Fire Chief
Steve Stith, the White
Springs Fire Department is
the only one in the county
who does not have extrica-
tion equipment and they
cannot provide an adequate


response to emergencies in-
volving heavy equipment,
farm equipment, semi-trac-
tor trailers, trains or struc-
tural collapse. The County
advised the ToTwn to send
the request to Hamilton
County Fire .Coirdinator
Henry Land and they will
re-visit the issue at a future
meeting.
Child Abuse Prevention
Month A proclamation
from the Child Abuse Pre-
vention Project was read rec-
ognizing April as Child
Abuse Prevention Month.
Contribution to Well Flori-
da Council The County ap-
proved a contribution of
$994 to the Well Florida
Council, which provides
various healthcare services
to 16 counties in Florida.
Last year, the Council coor-
dinated healthcare services
valued at $95,087 for 178 res-
idents in the county.
Veterans Services Admin-
istrator re-certification The
county approved the neces-
sary funds for Herbert
Lumpkin, Hamilton County
Veterans Services Adminis-
trator, to attend the annual
Veterans Administration Re-
certificatioin Training on
May 7-12.


USDA extends deadline for CRP general

sign-up, re-enrollment, extension acceptance


The Conservation Re-
serve Program (CRP) gen-
eral sign-up has been ex-
tended until April 28. Af-
ter the general sign-up
ends, USDA's Farm Ser-
vice Agency (FSA) will


evaluate offers based on
cost and the Environmen-
tal Benefits Index (EBI)
factors of wildlife, water,
soil, air and enduring ben-
efits. Accepted offers will
become effective Oct. 1.


For more information
on CRP, contact the FSA
office at 792-1308 or visit
the FSA Web site .at
www.fsa.usda.gov/dafp/
cepd/crp.htm.


City and County Hamilton County Board of County

uAtnnnE Commissioners meeting April 4


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THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2006'


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TUIID flAV ADtii? Nn InnI L


Joe Lee Goodbread

Joe Lee Goodbread,
age 83, of Jasper,
Florida, passed away
Fday morning in a local
nursing home. Mr. Good-
'bread was a native of
Suwannee County and had
lived in Jasper for the past
29 years after moving here
from Fort Lauderdale
Florida. He was a member
of the Jasper United
Methodist Church, a re-
tired farmer and served in.
the United States Navy for
four years.
Survivors include his
wife, Vi Goodbread of
Jasper; one daughter, Sh-
eryl Goodbread of Jasper;
two sisters: Mary King of
Avon Park, Florida, and
Rae Kiser of Pompano,
Florida; several nieces and
nephews as well as great-
and great-great nieces and
nephews.
Graveside services were
held Monday, April 17,


2006, in the Evergreen
Cemetery of Jasper with
the Reverend Dale Ames
officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the
family requests that
memorials be made to
Jasper United Methodist
Church, P.O. Box 1298,
Jasper, Florida 32052, or
Florida's Sheriffs Youth
Ranch, P.O. Box 2000, Boys
Ranch, Florida 32064.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.


Mary Elizabeth Ragan
Laseter

M ary Elizabeth
Ragan Laseter,
age 90, of Jen-
nings, Florida, passed
away at her home Tues-
day, April 4, 2006. The
Hamilton County native
and lifelong resident was a
homemaker and member
of New Hope Baptist


Z7AaI (7you!


To the Relay for Life team members (both "official"
and "volunteer") for the School Board & Administra-
tive Offices, and to everyone who contributed to the
American Cancer Society, I offer a resounding "thank
you" for your participation in this year's event. At the
time of this writing, "Team Paradise" had collected
more than $2,375 for this worthy cause, easily sur-
passing our team's initial goal of $1,500! I am ex-
tremely grateful to everyone for their donations (be it
money, items for our fund' raisers, or their time). Con-
gratulations, too, to the other teams on their success-
es and'thanks for a great evening!
Watching the survivors during their victory lap was
inspiring, and the luminaria ceremony was touching,
as we honored the survivors and remembered those
whose lives were lost to this disease. If you or some-
one you know has been affected by cancer, I challenge
you now to become involved in next year's Relay for
Life. True, your involvement will require a lot of time
and work, but the rewards are immeasurable!

Denise Wofford
Team Captain







The loss of a loved one is never easy to under-
stand. We wonder why? But we accept that it's God
will. We know our loved one has gone to a better
place.. March 26, our dear loved one Phillip Dale
Franklin never made it home. For a week everyone
searched to. find him. He was found April 1. Phillip
had made it to his final home with our Dear Lord.
We would like to take this time to thank all who
helped in the search, who called with concern, who
prayed for our Phillip and his family, who brought
food and those who stopped by with a hug. We
thank all of the. Madison County Deputies and
Sheriff Pete Bucher, the search teams with dogs, the
helicopter pilots, the Mounted Patrol, every friend
and neighbor, the local and T.V. stations, The Madi-
son Carrier, Pastor Hicks and Pastor Peck, all of
Grandma's quilting buddies and members of her
church, Cherry Lake Baptist. The whole Madison
Community just poured out their hearts to our fam-
ily. Words .can never express the love and thanks,
we feel for each and everyone. Please forgive us if
we have forgotten someone. There were so. many.
We will never forget your:outpouring of love. May
God bless, each of you.

With our love, thank you again,

The Family of Phillip Dale Franklin



Where are you??


Hamilto Hjhe School


Graduating Class of 1976


Let's Plan our 30th


Reunion

Please Contact Ronald B. Lumpk
5001 Branded Oaks Ct.

Tallahassee, Fl. 32311 l
850-219-4485
Email: ronaldlumpkin@yahoo.com
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OJbituarksB


The Suwannee Valley
Humane Society's Animal
Shelter will hold a Spring
Fling on Saturday, May 6,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There will be a huge plant
and yard sale. Enjoy food,
fun, and meeting some of
the most popular resi-
dents!
From Interstate 10, take


Church. Mrs. Laseter was
preceded in death by her
husband, John D. Laseter.
Survivors include one
son and daughter-in-law,
W.C. "Billy" And Jo Ann
Laseter of Jasper, Florida;
one daughter and son-in-
law, Sylvia and Richard
Howard of Foley, Alaba-
ma; one brother, Byron Ra-
gan of Waterford, Ohio;
four grandchildren: Debbie
Crowley, Johnny Chan-
dler, Cary Laseter and
Gretchen Laseter; three
great-grandchildren: Hope
Chandler, Garrett Laseter
and Trayson Laseter.
Funeral services were
held Friday, April 7, 2006,
at New Hope Baptist
Church with Pastor Jeff
Cordero officiating.
Interment followed in
the church cemetery.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.

Juan Samuel
Hernandez Sr.


Worship service in the park


Greater Poplar Springs
Baptist Church Family
will hold an old fashioned,
worship service on the
grounds on Sunday, April
23, at 11 a.m. at Buddy
Parker Recreation Park
next to Lendy's on Martin
Luther King Drive.
Dress comfortably in
jeans, shorts, t-shirts, and
tennis shoes and come


hear one. of the greatest
love stories ever told.
Some seating will be pro-
vided but feel free to
bring lawn chairs or blan-
kets.
Plan to'remain for din-
ner on the grounds.
For more information
contact chairperson, Paula
Williams at 792-2533 or
paulagw@alltel.net.


Exit 262 North towards
Lee in Madison'County.
Turn left on Bisbee Loop
one-half mile from exit.
Follow -Animal Shelter
signs to our entrance.
For more information
call 1-866-236-7812 or 971-
9904. The shelter is open
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday
through Saturday.


FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
N.W. 15thAvenue Jasper 13159SE CR 137, Jasper FL
Rev. Fran Wood Pastor-Avin Miller Phone (386) 792-2470
Sunday Sunday
Sunday School...................10:00 a.m. Sunrdy School i .... .. 100 m
Morning Worship,.....;.........11:00 a.m. Sunday Worship ...... i 00 am
S Wednesday Evenrin Worship 6 00 pm rr
Prayer Fellowship.................6:30 p.m. Wednesday
226954-F ^PrayerService 7:30 p.m.
B(226964-F
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH' iB I O I
1/2 mile East on Hwy. 6, Jasper, Fl 32052
792-2275 S. endell Hill, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday N.W. 3rd St., Jasper
Sunday School....................10:00 a.m. Bldg.: 792-2277
Morning Worship.............. 11:00 am. Sunday
Children's Church.................11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Church Training......................6:00 p.m. Morning Worship.......................10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship.... ..... 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship.........................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting...................7:00 p.m. Even Wednesday
226957-F Evening 6:00 p.m.
226965-F
JASPER FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH ___________
207 N.E. 2nd Street, Jasper 792-2658
Pastor: Bill Floyd
Sunday NEW BETHEL AME CHURCH
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 604 SW 6th Ave., Jasper, FL 32053
Morning Worship................................11:00 a.m. Rev. Ron Rawls
Children's Choir & Sunday
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. C h S l 10
Church School 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday New Members Class................ 10:00 a.m.
Youth & Children ActivitiesW...................6:00 p.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
Prayer Meeting 226958-F Communion every 1st Sunday
SUNRISE BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study 7:00 p.mednesday
U.S. 129- 3 miles North of Jasper udy Thursday
Pastor: Rev. Gene Speight 6:30 p.m.
Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Choir Rehrsal p.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. www.newbetheljasper.com
Church 11:00a.m. 2269
226960-F
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST UNITED METHODIST
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St., CHURCH
Jennihgs, FL 32053 405 Central Ave., Jasper, FL
938-5611 Pastor Dale Ames
Pastor:Jeff Cordero Phone 386-792-1122
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday
Moving Worship 11:00a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
\Sunday Evening Worship, Youth Happening, Moming Worship.........................11:00 a.m.
RA's, GA's 6:00 p.m. Wednesday
Supper 6:00 p.m. Bible Study .....4:45 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Discipleship class for adults, Choir Prctice6:00 p.m.
Youth activities, Children's Choirs.....:30 p.m. Family Night Dnner 3rd Wednesday
Van pick-up upon request 226F865-
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting
and Youth Meeting...... p

.4,


uan Samuel Hernan-
dez Sr., age 77, of Jen-
nings, Florida, died
S rday, in a local nursing
home. Mr. Hernandez was
a native of Donna, Texas,
and a resident of Jennings
since 1986 when he moved
from Suwannee County.
He attended Calvary Bap-
tist of Lake Park and was a
retired heavy equipment
mechanic.
Survivors include three
sons: Nieves Hernandez of
Jennings, Juan Hernandez
Jr. and Abraham Hernan-
dez both of Live Oak, Flori-
da; two daughters: Cecilia
McEl.wain of Jennings and
Rosa Hernandez of Lurav-
ille, Florida; two brothers:
Lino Hernandez of Bonner
Springs, Kansas, and Reyes
Hernandez of Donna; and
12 grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, April 18,
2006, at Wright's Chapel
United Methodist Church
.with burial in the church
cemetery.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.


Easter is a story of dis-
covery, the discovery that
Christ lives. This discov-
ery has taken one deep
fear out of life, the fear of
death for those who are in
Christ.
Have you ever thought
how disappointed the dis-
ciples must have been
with the events of those
last few days? Calvary
was to them an irretriev-
able disaster. Golgotha
scarred their souls. It,
seemed like the closing of
the book and the last
good-bye. It seemed there
was nothing to do but to
pick up the broken
threads of life and go back
to the old fishing boat,
back to the carpenter
shop; back to the customs
and back to the endless
loneliness they once
knew.
Christ had been be-
trayed by those he trust-
ed, scourged by those he
pitied, abandoned by
those he loved, and
crowned with thorns. He
carried his cross to an out-
law's grave. The setting
"sun held no vision for a
better day.
He had been born in a
borrowed manger and
rode to triumph on a bor-
rowed beast and was laid
away in a borrowed tomb.
Their: last act of devotion
was to prepare and anoint
his body for burial. If they
had expected him to rise,
they would not have gone
to the tomb to preserve his
body. Not one disciple ex-


JASPER CHURCH OF GOD
408 Palmetto Ave., Jasper, 792-2312
Pastor: Michael Wirt
Sunday
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship........................11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening 6:00 p.m.
Wed. Family Training.....................7:00 p.m.
Ministering to all ages. -
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BURNHAM
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
4520 NW CR 146, Jennings, FL 32053
938-1265
Youth Pastor: John Proctor
Sunday
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 11:00a.m.
Evening Service 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.
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pected him to live again.
The resurrection in
mentioned directly 104, or
more times in the New
Testament. A leading and
brilliant agnostic of Eng-'
land once said, "There is
no use wasting time dis-
cussing the other mira-
cles. The essential ques-
tion is, 'Did Jesus Christ
rise from the dead?' If he
did, it is easy enough to
prove the other miracles;
but if not, the other mira-
cles must go." Well said,
as by instinct!
Dr. Clarence Macartney
said: "No statement in the
great and beautiful narra-
tive of the Resurrection so
brings out the majesty and
completeness of Christ's
victory over death as that
sentence from the gospel
of Matthew'(28:2): 'An an-
gel of the Lord came
down from heaven and,
going to the tomb, rolled
back the stone and sat on
it.'"
St. Paul said, "For the
message of the cross is
foolishness to those who
are perishing, but to us
who are being saved it is
the power of God."
The resurrection of Je-
sus Christ' is one of the
,two great fundamental
doctrine of the gospel,
the other being His aton-
ing death. Jesus; said to
her, "I am the resurrection
and the life" (John 11:25).
Easter means that we
can have eternal life
through our resurrected
Savior!


HARVEST FELLOWSHIP
4117 Ha lley SI Hwy. 6E
P.O. Box 1512, Jasper, FL
Pastor JerryThomason
Phone- (386) 792-3833 or 792-3831
Sunday
Morning Worship......................10:30 a.m.
Wednesday ,
Bible Study (all age groupsl...............7:00 p.m.
Call Church for Directions 226970-F


ST. THERESE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Three miles north of Jasper U.S. 41
P.O. Box 890, Jasper, FL 32052
Rectory U.S. 90 E.,
Live Oak, FL
(386) 364-1108
Sunday MASS 11-15 a.m.
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
204 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Jasper, 792-2258
Pastor: Rev. Doug Hilliard, 792-8412
SUNDAY
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service...........................11:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY
Prayer in Fellowship Hall...............9:00 a.m.
Choir Practice 7:30 p.m.
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Spiritual

Guidance

By Pastor Dale R. Ames
Jasper Untied Methodist Church



Discovering


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The Third Annual Sigma Delta Sweetheart Pageant


The Hamilton County
High School Sigma Delta
Drama Club presented the
Third Annual Sigma Delta
Sweetheart Pageant on
Saturday, March 18, at the
Hamilton County High
School. Miss Hamilton
County High School Tiara
Allen provided entertain-
ment.
The pageant included a
casual wear competition,
modeling wear competi-
tion and an evening wear
competition. The cate-
gories were: Tiny Miss,
Little Miss, Junior Miss,
and Senior Miss. A Ticket
Queen and Miss Conge-
niality were also chosen.
The little beauties in the


Tiny Miss category were
Second Runner-up Brit-
tany McLeod, Kassie
Land, Callie Adams,
Makayla Cooks, Danielle
Love, Aisha Smith, Au-
drey Selph, First Runner-
up Madison Brantley,
Ticket Queen Areal Smith,
Madison Cox and Winner
Elizabeth Lewis.
The graceful girls in the
Little Miss category were
Winner Brooke Burnam,
First Runner-up Paige
Fenneman, Second Run-
ner-up Taylor Combass,
Rebecca Vickers, Katie
Bassett and Cieria Bassett.
The lovely teens in the
Junior Miss category were
Tysheba Mans, Latosha


Hunter, First Runner-up
Ashley Jackson, Second
Runner-up Terissa Taylor,
and Winner Markesha
Brown.
The young women in
the Senior Miss category
were First Runner-up Vir-
ginia Navarro and Winner
and Miss Congeniality
Ciara Solomon.
Special thanks to Gene
Starr Jr., Philip Pinello,
Mrs. Jones' Music Classes,
D&S Signs, Faye's of
Jasper, The Jasper News,
Jeff Burnam, Marjorie
Cooks, Dorothy Bryant,
Florine Combass, Helen
Hobbs, Sigma Delta Mem-
bers, parents and
guardians.


LITTLE AIISS: (1-r) Second Runner-up Taylor Combass,
First Runner-up Paige Fenneman. r,.:..:. ,ut'mned


Little Miss Brooke Burnam, and


JUNIOR MISS: Markesha
Brown Photo Submitted


TICKET QUEEN: Areal
Smith Pholo Submitted


SENIOR MISS FIRST
RUNNER-UP: Virginia
Navarro Prco Sui'rnmea
JUNIOR MISS SECOND
RUNNER-UP: Terissa Tay-
lor. Photo Submitted


NOTICE OF

SPECIAL MEETING
The Board of Commissioners of the North\ est
Florida Regional Housing Authority \\ ill hold its
Annual Meeting April 27, 2006. Ramada Inn North.
290( North Monroe St.. Tallahassee. Florida.
Nleeting will begin at 1:00 P.AI.. E.S.T.
The meeting will be open to the public.



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SPECIAL


WORKSHOP
A special workshop will be held on
Monday, April 24, 2006 at 7:00 P.M.
The workshop will be held at the Ernest
Courtoy Civic Center, 1129 NW 4th
Street. The workshop will be a joint
workshop with the City of Jasper
Council and the Hamilton County
Board of County Commissioners.


All interest citizens are invited to
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TINY MISS: (I-r) First Runner-up Aladison Brantley, Tiny
Miss Elizabeth Lewis, and Second Runner-up Brittany
McLeod. Pl,,Io SuT.,m,nrr


THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2006


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By Lillian Norris


Sunday was a glorious
Easter day, the weather was
perfect, families and friends
gathered in churches and
together for a happy Easter.
My daughter Marybeth
Windham and her daugh-
ter Jordan, met for lunch
with Dr. Ben, Leigh Ann,
Trey and Kaleigh Norris at
their home for a delicious
lunch. Joining us were
friends Larry and Mary
Cail. The food Leigh Ann
had prepared was deli-
cious, so good, after lunch
the children (and adults)
had a fun time hiding and
hunting eggs.
Earlier (7 a.m.) I had at-
tended the Easter Sunrise
Service at First United
Methodist Church, which I
have been doing for several
years. Rev. Ames had a spe-
cial message and Suezette
Wiggins played the piano
for the singing. The ladies
had prepared a continental
breakfast (really a feast),
and the fellowship there is
always enjoyable, meeting
new friends and visiting
with old ones. A new friend
for me was sitting across
the table from Dorothy
Hilliard, who I learned is a
companion for Mrs. Pearl
Blair and Dorothy said she
was taking her (Mrs. Blair)
to Tallahassee to the doctor
on Monday.
I remembered her very
well. She is 93 and years,
ago we talked on the tele-
phone, we had mutual
friends. Truett and Gerry
Comer, .and she kept up
with them, later with Gerry.
It was good to hear from
Mrs. Blair. Although she is
aging, she is doing well and
has a good friend in
Dorothy Hlliard.
Church service later at
First Presby terian in Jasper
held communion service. A
good crowd was in atten-
dance with family visitors


and friends filling up the
church. The choir sang and
it was a worshipful service.
Later in the afternoon,
Ben and I attended the visi-
tation for a friend, Joe
Goodbread. Joe will be
missed greatly by family
and friends. On Saturday
morning at our ladies
breakfasts, Joe was there
when he was able to join his
friends. They will miss him
as will we all. I first met
him when the Jasper News
office was located in the
"old bank building" next-
door to Kayo's drug store.
That was where the men
met for their morning cof-
fee. That seems so long ago,
yet sometimes like only
yesterday. That was when I
first'started working at the
paper, part-time in the of-
fice before moving further
into the operation.
Later the offices moved to
what is now Browns Flower
Shop (it was known as the
Curry Building then), and
we enjoyed visiting with
Marjorie Lee, the late
Dorothy Carter, Lynn
Lieupo Law and their cus-
tomers at Marjorie's Beauty
Shop. Something regarding
this time came to mind as I
was looking at Easter candy
for my favorite Brachs Jelly
Beans, which only seem to
be available around Easter.
At the office I always had
jelly beans on my desk and
Dorothy was the only per-
son I knew who loved
licorice, they were picked
out and saved for her when
a bag was opened. When I
bought them this year I de-
cided to try the licorice, and
they were good. Every time
I ate one, Dorothy was on
my mind. A short visit with
Margie recently she was
talking about her years in
the shop. She was there
when I came to Jasper, and
plan to talk with her more


later. She told me she did
manicures in her mother's
shop when she was still in
school, that is a long career.
We have been missing
Frances Stevenson at our
breakfasts. I hope she will
soon be back, and she says
she will. She is recuperating
at her sister's home in Val-
dosta. She will have some
more procedures this week
and will be back with us
soon, we miss her. Frances
says she is doing good and
will be ready to get back
home, although it is nice to
be with her sister, visiting
with her and her family
when they are in from At-
lanta.
I also attended the Good
Friday service at Harvest
Fellowship on Friday
evening. This was spon-
sored by the Ministerial Al-
liance of Hamilton County
with ministers from the
county Churches taking
part in the service. It was
very inspirational; the mu-
sic and programs were spe-
cial.
Good news! The good
news is of the birth of the
Hutto Baby, Luke John
Hutto, who we have all
been praying for the family,
was born to Roger and Lau-
ra Lynn Hutto on April 15.
He weighed three pounds,
11 ounces, was 16 inches
long, and is now at Shands
Hospital in Gainesville
where he will remain for a
short while until he weighs
as much as the doctors are
happy with. Mother and
Daddy are doing well also.
It is our understanding that
he will be called Luke. Our
congratulations and best
wishes, and love to Luke,
Roger and Laura Lynn, all
the family and friends.
Jennings Primitive Bap-
tist Church had spring
meeting at their Church on
Easter Sunday. It was a
good day. Jimmy and,
Dorothy DeVane had fami-
ly members for the week-
end, as well as other guests.
Mike and Maurie and their
children, Eli and Mary
Hannah from Waycross,


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their son Joshua whom
plays at the Church he at-
tends in Statesboro where
he is in school and was un-
able to be there. DeeDee
and Donny Phillips and
their daughter Annie were
here from Middleburg, Ed-
ward and Ruth Farr, their
son Bob and is daughter
Kristen from Albany. Ga.
DeeDee Phillips is principal
of Thunder Bolt Elementary
School in Clay County.
Fred and Dorothy DeVane
were here from Dowling
Park. Ada Rodgers had
planned to be here, but was
not able to on Sunday.
We finally tagged up
with Brenda Carte, had to
chase her down at the den-
tal office. I learned that the
Methodist Church in Jen-
nings had a great day on
Sunday. She had traveled to
Tallahassee, making three
trips to get Gerrett here for
the services. She is one
busy lady, and she is re-
tired? We tried to get more
information regarding her
trip to Beliz, but she didn't
have time to stop, on her
way to somewhere else, she
is one who is enjoying re-
tirement. We wish her well.
A few weeks ago I made
a trip to the Supervisor of
Elections Office in the "old
high school," to see what
had happened out there. It
is worth a trip. I got a com-
plete tour of the offices that
have been renovated there
and it was great. Every-
thing was so bright and
cheerful, 'decorated very
tasteful. The ladies had
been busy and Mr. Lump-
kin was so proud of the
new offices. If you have
time stop by, they would all
be glad to "show off" their
new location. We are happy
for them.
Hamilton County Broth-,
erhood will meet Thursday
of next week at Bright Pond
Baptist Church, come, bring
a covered dish and fellow-
ship with friends from the
churches in Hamilton
County.
Lillian Norris 792-2151
norrislw@alltel.net


CONGRATULATIONS


DANCE TEAM!


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The Dance Team from Dance Works competed in Jack-
sonville at the first annual Dance on the Beach & Beyond
Workshop/Competition. The 14 member team performed
"I Feel Good" and earned a second place for the 11-13
Large Group Jazz Category and second Place Overall for
the 11-13 Large Group Division, Photo Submitted


Jennings High School


50th class reunion ,


The Jennings High
School class of 1956 will
begin their 50th class re-
union on Friday, April 21.
The class will meet at John
Allen Scaff's home at 6:30
p.m. for a fish fry.
On Saturday, April 22,
at 9 a.m. everyone will
meet at the Farm House


Restaurant in Twin Lakes
on 1-75. At 12:30 p.m. the
class, will tour the school
building in Jennings. At 5
p.m. everyone will meet at
John Allen Scaff's home
for..dinner. At 6:30 p.m.
the'class would like to in-
vite all friends to the
Scaff's home to visit.


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Your Throwing It All Away!

Glass Aluminum Newspaper Chemicals Tires Oil Cardboard
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For Recycling Information'Call Dale I. Jackson, Director


Hamilton County


Landfill and Recycling
4652 SW 107th Ave.* Jasper, Florida 792-1020
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Section B
Thursday, April 20, 2006


Saturday, April 15

Beginner Rookie
Nicole Taylor

Sports I
Samuel Derrocco
Dustin Taylor

Stock Medium
Chris Langtry
David Bradford
Kenny Meeks Jr.
Matthew Durrance
Preston Taylor
Larry Thigpen Jr.
Joey Jasinski
Justin Devane

SPORTS II
Amber Colvin
Brandon Sellers
Zachary Peters
Dylan Ross
Trevor Durden

Stock Heavy
Donnie Sellers
Brad Clyatt
Phil Harrell
John Passett

Super Heavy ,
John Castleberry


Tifton, Ga.


Jasper, Fla.
Tifton, Ga.


St. George, Ga.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Valdosta, Ga.
Lake City, Fla.
Omega, Ga.
Madison, Fla.
Valdosta, Ga.
Quitman, Ga.


Tallahassee, Fla.
Norman Park, Ga.
Lake Park, Ga.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.


Coolidge, Ga.
SProidence, Fla.,
.iddleburg. Fla.
Tallahassee, Fla.


IJakson\ ille, Fla.


JR Stock
Daniel Thomas
Ty Moore
Joshua Hawley

2 CYCLE
James Langford
Matthew Gordon

Outlaw
Andrew Hawkins
Darrell Durden
Dale Taylor

Limited Animal
Brian Perrott

Stock Lite
Chris Langtry
David Bradford
Michael Canady
Matt Harrell
Kancey Key
Adam Derrocco
Alan Michael Leste

Animal
Ke\in Ward
Rocky.Prosser
John Castleberry
Justin Devane
Shelton Thornton


Old Town, Fla.
Adel, Ga.
Jacksonville, Fla.


Crawfordville, Fla.
C. ranford~ ille Fla.


Doerun, Ga.
Gainesville, Fla.
Tifton, Ga.


Valdosta, Ga.


St. George, Ga.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Moultrie, Ga.
Middleburg, Fla.
Moultrie, Ga.
Jasper, Fla.
r Valdosta; Ga.


Quitman, Ga.
Thomasville, Ga.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Quitman, Ga.
Live Oak, Fla.
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Hamilton County Trojan Baseball Stats


Record: 8-13


# Players
1 Cam Cohen

3 Hector Zamrora

7 Kent Scaff

9 Chance Windham

10 Kaleb Windham

11 Pablo Garcia

12 Jose Balleza

14 Derrick Windham

15 Craig Newsome

18 Ignacio Zamora


District Record: 2-4

BA HR RBI
.343 0 11


Pitching Record


.152 0 6 : 2-4/ERA 3.53

.190 0 11 2-2/ERA 6.30

.250 0 1

.359 0 15

.370 0 20 0-/ERA3.82

.000 0 0

.245 1 12


.185 0 10

.338 0 12.


1-2/ERA 14.34

3-5,/ERA 3.52


19 Patrick Mitchell .279 0 10

Senior Night for Trojan

Baseball Team tonight
Senior Night will be held on Thursda-. April 20, at the Frederick T. Nlickler Baseball
Field at the Hamiltoh County High School in Jasper. The Hamilton County Trojans Base-
ball team will battle Baker County at 5 p.m.

Hamilton County hosts District

Tournaments on Tuesday, April 25
The Hamilton County High School Trojan Baseball team will host the Class 3A Dis-'
trict I[I Baseball Tournament on Tuesday, April 25, at the Frederick T. Mickler.Bas6-.
ball Field. Games will begin at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. .


Fish Busters' Bulletin


By Bob Wattendorf .
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Com'inission

The 2006 Bassmaster Classic played
out in real time on ESPN's networks and
thrilled nearly 22,000- fans during' live
weigh-ins at the Oirange.,Connt,-. '-
\ew L -. .l this 3ti.l t 'l

broke record after record. Pieston Clark,
of Florida, claimed the record for the
heaviest bass with an 11-pound. 10-
, ounce lunker that eclipsed a 30-year-old
record of eight pounds, nine ounces, and
several other fish broke' the record as
well during the three-day tournament.
Luke Clausen bagged the heaviest sin-
gle-day catch of 29 pounds. six ounces
the first da\. His five-bass limit set the
all-time record for the Classic, even top-
ping the best previous seven-bass limit.
He went on to win the $500,000 grand
prize with a record-breaking, three-day
haul of 50 pounds, two ounces.
The Fish and Wildlife Conservation


Commission (FWC) was a proud partici-
pant in the Classic, working behind the
scenes to help ensure the best possible
survival of the bass after the weigh-in.
Any club or organization that
complies with requirements
can apply for these permits at
NIMFW\C.com,' permits. The
permit requires 1trat:.t6'
dling guidelines to ensure a
high percentage of caught
fish return to the water .
alive. In return, the permit
temporarily allows
tournament anglers to
keep more than one
bass over 22 inches long.
Research indicates there is no
reason to expect tournaments like the
Classic to cause measurable harm to fish
populations. That has been the consis-
tent conclusion of researchers since 1983.
In the 1990s, the FVC launched a three-


year project
practices and
release skills


to evaluate tournament
help enhance anglers' live-
and concluded the\ were


not more harmful than other recreation-
al angling practices.
A spawning bass typically produces
about 40,000 eggs at a time, arid a female
can spawn multiple times per
P year for 10 or more years. The
critical factor isn't the number
of eges but the habitat condi-
'i 4Jt- clht enable vioung fih to
survive and eventually
spawni. Each .adult fish
only needs to replace itself
once to keep the popula-
tion stable.
The FWC pioneered an in-
S novative habitat improve-
ment tool that included draw ing
the lakes down to expose the bot-
tom and simulate a more natural cycle of
droughts and wet years, thus allowing
the lake to purge itself. Subsequent re-
finements of the draw-down technique
yieldedd conditions more suitable for
bass, bream and crappie spawning, and
new regulations have helped these fish-
eties flourish. The string of Classic


records that were broken this February
reflects the success of these FWC conser-
vation efforts.
Although tournaments have their
share of critics, they generate a great
deal of attention and interest in recre-
ational fishing. Television coverage of
the Classic attracted- 5oi-illion viewers.
Also in case i-.heard the
news, the first ~ nang~'s'fo .biu a
five-vear freshwater fishing license be-
tween now and the end of April will re-
ceive a package of free fishing equip-
ment in the mail automatically. Licenses
cost $61.50, and anglers can check
NMyFWC.com/Fishing to find out if the
offer still is in effect and to find up-to-
date fishing sites and forecast informa-
tion.
Shakespeare, Berkley, Central Florida
Visitors Bureau, and Legend' Labs are
among sponsors providing a free soft-
side tackle box, Gulp baits,- hooks, bait
saver and even a. fishing towel. All li-
cense sales support fish and wildlife
conservation in Florida.


Special-opportunity hunt

applications available today

The Florida Fish arid ducted to select hunters.
Wildlife Conservation Hunters can improve their
S Commission (FWC) 'will chances of being selected
accept applications May 9 ..by submitting as many
through June 14 for 2006-. non-refundable $5 appli-
' 07 special-opportunity cations as they want. The
deer, hog and released cost of the hunts for se-
quail hunts. Applications elected applicants ranges
will be available begin- from $50 to $175.
ning April 20 from FWC V i s i t
regional offices and at MyFWC.cornmhunting for
SMlFWVC.com. more information on how
Special-opportunity to apply for special-op-
hunts offer hunters vast portunit\ hunt permits.
areas, abundant
game, low hunter
quotas and excellent
chances to bag quality
deer, hogs and released
quail on select wildlife
management areas
throughout Florida.
Based on past years, de-
mand for these hunts is
greater than the number
of available slots, so a
random drawing is con-

Walk the talk with WAIT

during the Rodeo Parade


S The Abstinence Aware-
ness Committee and -the
iv Why Abstinence Inf6rmnia-
tion Team (WAIT) team in-
vite you to, take a radical
standagainst teen pregnan-
cies, andSTD's by walking
with them in the Rodeo Pa-
rade on Saturday, May 6..


,Tle parade line-up is at 1,
p.m. at the arena for the 2
p.m. start and will end at
the park.
For more information or
to register' call 638-1661 or
v i; i t
judytrex''bellsouth. net.


The Hamilton County Riding

Club monthly meetings


The Hamilton County
Riding Club holds its
monthly meeting and
games on the first Satur-
day of every month at 1
p.m. at the HamiltoAn
County Arena. New mem-
bers are welcomed.
A Trail Ride and Dinner
is held the third Saturday
of e\ery month at 2 p.m.


The location is announced
at the monthly meeting on
the first Saturday of the
month.
Hamilton County Riding
Club's 33rd Champi-
onship Rodeo will be on
May 6 and May 7, 2006, be-
ginning at 8 p.m.. at the
Hamilton County Arena in
Jasper.


Bird walks held monthly at

Suwannee River State Park
The Friends of the, July 22 anid August 26..The


Suwannee River State Park,
located 13 miles west of
Live Oak on US 90, will
hold their monthly birding
walks on Saturday June 24,


walks will begin at 8 a.m.
An entrance fee is required.
For more information call
850-971-5354. or visit
wbs@surfbest.net.


Ten Star All Star Basketball Camp


i ,Applications are now be-
ing evaluated for The Ten
Star All Star Summer Bas-
ketball Camp. The Camp is
by invitation only. Boys
'and girls ages 10 through
19 are eligible to apply.
'Past participants include
Michael Jordan, Tim Dun-
can, Vince Carter, Jerry
Stackhouse, Grant Hill and
Antawn Jamison. Players
from 50 states and 18 for-


eign countries attended
the 2005 camp. College
Basketball Scholarships
are possible for players se-.
lected to the All-American
Team.
Camps are located in
Babson Park, Fla.,
Gainesville, Ga., and sev-
eral other areas, of the
United States.
For a free brochure call
704-373-0873 at anytime.


Ninth Annual -Open Bass

Tournament set for May 6


sponsored ,by
the Jasper Volunteer
Fire Fighters

The Jasper Volunteer Fire
Fighters will hold their
Ninth Annual Open Bass
Tournament at the Bienville
Plantation in White Springs
on Saturday, May 6. A $200


entry fee is required.
First place prize is $2,500;
big bass prize is $500. All
prizes based on full field of
100 boats. Prizes pro-rated
for'more or less boats.
The tournament is direct-
ed by Southern Shiners Inc.
For more information call
792-2181 or 792-2211.


Hamilton County


Rodeo events


The Hamilton County
Rodeo will hdld 'the..
IRodeo Queen contest on
Saturday, April 29, at 8
.p.m., at the Hamilton
County Arena. FFA BBQ
dinners will be sold at the
arena beginning at 5 p.m.
No, admission
fee..,
The. Hamilton
County PCA B
Rodeo will be Fri-
day, May 5, and.
Saturday, May 6,a
at 8 p.m. Ad-
vance tickets are
$8; tickets at the
gate will be $10.
The rodeo pa-
rade will be May
6. Line-up is at 1
p.m. at the are- 2005 Mis
na.and the pa- Jarmillo
rade begins at 2 Queen As
p.m. It will end


at the park.
Cowboy Up in the city
park will be held Satur-
day, May 6, from 10 a.m.
until 5 p.m. There will be
food and craft vendors
and many activities for
young and old.


s. Rodeo Queen Chelsey
and runner-up Miss Rodeo'
shley Marshall
(Photo Submitted)


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Antique Tractor Nnd Engine Show--- -


Antique Tractor and Engine Show


Antique tractors and
other farm equipment
putt-putted and chug-
chugged throughout
Stephen Foster Folk
Cultural Center State
Park in White Springs
on Friday, March 31
and Saturday, April 1.
Tractors of all sizes as
well as machines for
corn grinding and
shingle milling were
on display during the
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18th Antique Tractor
and Engine Show. Col-
lections of old hand
tools, machine parts .
and other farm gadgets
were arrayed on tables.
Vendors offered items
old and new for sale.
And, of course, there
was food barbeque,
Italian sausage, kettle
corn and root beer
floats.
Staff Photos


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A late arrival with his antique tractor and modern ATV


Can she do it?


Old-fashioned home appliances.


An antique railway work car.


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the Class of 2006

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Jasper Studios, then please
bring a photo to The Japer News
office, located at 105 NE 2nd
Ave. in Jasper, by Monday, May
1, by 5 p.m. to be included in
the special senior seciton in
May.


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JASPER VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTERS

9T ANNUAL OPEN BASS TOURNAMENT
At
BIENVILLE PLANTATION
May 6, 2006
Directed by SOUTHERN SHINERS INC.
$200 Entry Fee (includes BIG BASS) 3 Fish Limit
**FIRST PLACE $ 2,500**
2nd- $1500 5'"- $600 8th- $300 11th'- 15th- $150
3"' $1000 6' $500 9th- $250 16th 20th $100
4'- $700 7th $400 10h $200
BIG BASS 1t $500 2nd $300
(Only one Big Bass paid out to one boat)
**All prizes based on full field of 100 boats. Prizes pro-rated for more or less boats.**
Mail/bring your completed entry form with check or money order (Do not mail cash) payable to:
Jasper Firefighters, P.O. Box 1332, Jasper, FL 32053 (386) 792-2181 or 792-2211
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Herb and Betty Zobel enjoy
their collection of antiques.


s young man brought his tractor collection too.
This young man brought his tractor collection too.


Tractors on display


i


THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2006


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    Section B: Sports
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    Section B continued
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    Section C: North Florida Focus
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    Section D: Classified Marketplace
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Youth Volunteer of the Year
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Tommy Erixton and his grandfather, Lee Erixton, check out one of their tractors on display at the Antique Trac-
tor and Engine Show at Stephen Foster Folk Cultural Center State Park in Whites Springs on Friday, March
31, and Saturday, April 1. Tommy was recognized as the 2005 Youth Volunteer of the Year by the Department
of Environmental Protection and the Friends of Florida State Parks. The 16-year-old has been a volunteer for
three years at Stephbn Foster, Big Shoals Public Lands and Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park. He has
worked at special events and outreach projects and assisted with prescribed burning, wiregrass restoration
and equipment maintenance. Tommy is the son of Gary and Kim Erixton of White Springs. See Pages 2B and
3B for more photos of the Tractor Show. Staff Photo


Hamilton County/PCS


Industrial Park


impact fees in debate


between county city
Workshop to be held April 24
The issue
The Hamilton County /PCS Industrial Park, located at
the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 41 and CR 137, was designed
to attract new businesses to Hamilton County. Currently
there are four businesses located in the park and two more
want to relocate there.
G.A.P. Roofing has been planning to locate at the Indus-
trial Park for almost two years and has been working for
eight months to obtain the necessary permits for construc-
tion of a new facility. One reason the company chose this
area was that the County had told them there would be no
impact or connection fees for water and sewer services, ac-
cording to County Coordinator Bob Poor. But they were re-
cently notified by the. City of Jasper that they would have to
pay approximately $9,000 in sewer tap and impact fees.
Now they are considering moving to another state, Poor
added.

The ,background
In 2000, the County used more than one million dollars of
grant money frqm the U.S. Economic Development Admin-
istration to run water and sewer lines from Jasper to the In-
dustrial Park. When the project was completed, the County
deeded the water and sewer lines to the City of Jasper.

see Hamilton, Page 2A


The Woman's Club of Jasper to celebrate 100 years


A grand celebration
By Verna Home, Woman's Club President
The Woman's Club of Jasper is planning a cel-
ebration a celebration of one hundred years of
service to Hamilton County and surrounding
communities. A grand reception will be held at
the club house in October 2007. More on this at
a later date.
In preparation for this celebration, we wanted
to share with you a series of articles about the
club's formation and activities as well as some
interesting facts about the City of Jasper 100
years ago when the club was organized in Octo-
ber 1907.
The first in the series of articles was retrieved
from records maintained by' Past Club Presi-
dent Mildred Shepherd. Even though the
records have deteriorated with age, the style of
writing is very distinct and descriptive. A

see Grand, Page 2A


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Woman's Club of Jasper Club House


History of Jasper

Woman's Club
From records of Past Club President
Mildred Shepherd
The year of 1905 saw the inception of a.move-.
ment in Jasper that was far-reaching in its influ-
ence and that was to contribute much to the en-
joyable and cultural life of the community.
Through all these years of fair weather and
foul, through prosperity and depression, an or-
ganization that has included the names of both
mothers and daughters, of our city through'
three decades.
The club was not originally organized under
the name of Woman's Club, but because a few
of the ladies in the city wanted to own and read
more widely, more interesting and better things
see History, Page 2A


Local farmers winners in Corn Yield Contest


Frank "The Happy Clown" Richards visited his friend, Moses Robinson who owns
Moses Car Wash in Jasper. Richards entertains the young and the young-at-
heart at church functions and social events. Each month he and his wife, Donna,
travel to the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa and the Florida School for the Deaf
in St. Augustine to the delight of the children who are there. Staff Photo


Several Hamilton County residents
were winners in the 2005 National
Corn Growers' Association's (NCGA)
Corn Yield Contest in Florida. The an-
nual contest is held nationally among
corn producers with the goal of pro-
ducing the highest yields. Growers
compete in a number of produc-
tion categories, including non-
irrigated, no-till/stri p- till
non-irrigated, no-
till / strip-till irrigated,
ridge-till non-irri-
gated, ridge-till ir-
rigated and irri-
gated classes.
Clarence
Adams, of
Jasper, placed
first in the Irri-
gated division
of the contest. He
harvested a yield
of 199.6 bushels per acre with Garst
brand 8288, a 116 general relative ma-
turity corn hybrid.
"We congratulate the growers for
their excellent seed selection and
management practices throughout the
growing season," said Scott Hart, corn
product manager for Garst Seed Com-
pany. "Our company remains dedicat-
ed to helping growers select hybrids .
with excellent genetics and traits, and
technologies that best fit their farm."
Michael Adams, of Jennings, placed
second in the Irrigated division of the
contest. He harvested a yield of 163.73
bushels per acre with Pioneer brand


hybrid 31N26.
Kevin Murphy, of Jennings, placed
first in the Ridge-till Irrigated divi-
sion. He harvested a yield of 162.24
bushels per acre.
with Pioneer
brand hybrid
33M54.
Jennifer
Adams, of Jen-
nings, placed
first in the
No Till/Strip
Till Non-Irri-
gated divi-
sion. She
harvested a
yield of
139.86
bushels per
h acre with Pio-
neer brand hy-
brid 31N26.
Debra Adams of Jennings, placed
first in the state in the No Till/Strip
Till Irrigated Class. He harvested a
yield of 189.3595 bushels per acre
with the hybrid DEKALB DKC69-71.
"We're pleased to see the tremen-
dous results that growers achieved in
the NCGA contest this year with Pio-
neer products," said Bill Fleet, vice
president, North American Sales, Pio-
neer. "Corn growers are looking for
every opportunity to increase their re-
turn per acre. At Pioneer, we deliver
higher yielding products, trusted
technology, and personalized value to
help customers achieve success."


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Hamilton
Continued From Page 1A

A water tower was to be located at the Industrial Park,
but the City requested that a water tower be built on U.S.
Hwy. 129 to provide adequate water pressure for the city
to meet fire suppression standards. The City paid $64,000
of the additional $140,000 needed for the construction of
the tower. According to Resolution 2000-02-01, dated Feb.
7, 2000, the City Council determined that the project
would initially contribute more than $700,000 of direct
economic benefit to the City's utility system.
Although the County built the water and sewer lines
and the water tower, the City operates and maintains the
system and receives all service fees.
According to Poor and City Manager Kent Cichon the
City made an agreement in 2000 that they would give new
businesses in that industrial park $350,000 credit for water
tap fees. Since there was no sewer or impact fees at that
time, those issues were not addressed in the agreement.
In a letter dated Feb. 4, 2002, Ralph Bowers, who was
city manager at that time, stated in a letter to former
County Coordinator Mike Williams, "The County's contri-
bution (the construction of the water and sewer lines and
the water tower) will more than offset any contemplated
connection fees."
According to Cichon charging tap fees and impact fees
is standard practice in most communities. Tap fees are
used to reimburse the City for the costs associated with
connecting a new customer to the utilities.
Impact fees are used to upgrade old systems or build
new systems as the use of the utilities increases due to
new customers. Cichon explains that a system has a limit-
ed capacity to pump out water and to take in sewage. As
new customers are added, the system has to be enlarged
or a new system has to be built.
"An impact fee takes the burden off current taxpayers
who have been here for years. Those who are moving into
the community should have to pay their fair share and not
take advantage of what is already in place."
What now?
The county commissioners requested a slot on the City's
agenda during their regular meeting on April 10. The City
did not agree, but the commissioners appeared before the
city council as a non-agenda group.
Commissioner Mike Adams acted as the spokesperson
for group and requested that the city council waive or
lower the fee for G.A.P. Roofing. The city council refused
but agreed to schedule a workshop on the issue.
The county commissioners, the city council members
and Nancy Oliver of the Hamilton County Development
Authority will hold a workshop at 7 p.m. on April 24, at
the Civic Center in Jasper.
"We are hopeful that the meeting will be fruitful," Oliv-
er said.
According to Cichon impact fees do not deter develop-
ment, they help allow for the capacity for future growth.
"Once there is no more capacity, economic development
stops in its tracks," Cichon said. "Other communitiky have
impact fees and they are booming."
"The County is trying to attract new businesses to he-'
area by offering ad 'alorem tax abatement: and otl, "i-
centives," Pr'bri said'hBitit appear the 'City is rdt, cooper-
ating. We realize that the City has to charge fees, but we
feel that the fees can be reduced for new businesse -'"


History


Continued From Page 1A

that were then available,
Mrs. R.D. Tompkins, more
affectionately called "Miss
Bessie" by her friends, was
the pioneer personage,
who, by personal canvass-
ing and much encourage-
ment, persuaded about 20
of the enterprising matrons
of the town to invest in the
name of a club a small li-
brary of books, fictional, his-
torical, and biographical. It
is said, with no special de-
gree of pride, that the works
of fiction predominated.
This club was organized
and operated under the
nom-de-plume of the
Tabard in Library Club. The
books were renewed at cer-
tain intervals and were
stored in a vacant building
in the center of town with
Jasper Pressing Club dis-
played all too vividly on its
windows. Some of the wags
of the town wished to know,
"Who did the pressing?" An
acceptable member was
elected as librarian and kept
account of the books that
were in circulation. This sys-
tem worked well and
proved the outlet and con-
nection with the outside
world, when transportation
was much more difficult
than it is today.
Mrs. Agnes Cone McRae,
a charming matron, former-
ly a teacher in the public
schools,'was the first presi-
dent. She handled the office
gracefully and well and dis-
played the innate ability she
possessed in guiding
Jasper's first club through its
infancy. The infant grew in
leaps and bounds. The
membership increased. A
social viewpoint developed,
the meetings devoted to the
social life of the club work
were held in the homes of
the members. Each meeting
of this kind was the signal
-for-the imemberto' get out
-fheiir lg'seeping \ i _o%,
pluimes' theronip ,the 'long
sweeping skirfs; trailing in
Jasper's unpaved and side-


walkless streets. Jasper
women have long been fa-
mous for their excellent culi-
nary ability and the refresh-
ment division of the social
entertainments came to be
looked forward to with ap-
preciation and pleasure. Lat-
er, a much needed civic
mood permeated the orga-
nization and the club moved
quickly onward to promote
a betterment of the streets,
homes, etc., in the commu-
nity. Those were the days,
believe it or not, when the
bovine animals roamed
heart and fancy free over the
thoroughfare of the town,
chickens, hogs and other
predatory animals. Much
opposition to their removal
was met form the city fa-
thers, but committees work-
ing overtime, City Council
aid, etc., accomplished a
much desired end. Mrs.
Tompkins again deserves
much praise and recogni-
tion for her untiring effort.
Mrs. W.H. Green, who was
then Mrs. Paulk, Miss Thula
Rice, Mrs. Melvin Hunter,
Mrs. J.R. Sandlin, Mrs. Bas-
com Blackwell, Miss Mabel
Blackwell, her mother, Mrs.
Stripling and her daughter,
Mrs. H.F. Smith, Misses Nel-
lie and Gussye Frink, the lat-
ter now Mrs. Jeffords of
South Carolina, Mrs. I.J. Mc-
Call, and Miss Pearl Alt-
man, now Mrs. Simon
Roberts, were all charter
.members.
Business meetings were
held once a month, alternat-
ing with social meetings,.
which was the social func-
tion of the month, and was
faithfully reported in the
town paper, the Jasper News.
The Jasper Woman's Club
continued to grow. In 1910
it was federated with the
General Federation of
Women's Clubs, which
makes it one of the oldest
clubs in the state.
., Becoming, a national, oc-
'ganization, paying dues,
and executing the courses
of study were as follows:
Shakespearean plays, geo-


graphical studies, American
history, civil government,
and other courses.
Thirty years have passed
since its organization and it
is still progressing. Many ca-
pable and efficient women
have served as presidents of
the club, standing at the
helm, guiding it off the
rocks that seemed at times
would wreck it.
Three of our club women
were called to serve as sec-
tional vice-president that is
an honor to any club. Since
the club works thorough
several departments, name-
ly educational, civic, music
and art, it is indeed wide in
its scope.
Until recently it worked in
the capacity of Parent-
Teachers Association giving
much aid to the school in
talent, time and money. The
civic department that has al-
ways been very active, is
largely responsible for mak-
ing Jasper the-beautiful and
attractive little city it is to-
day and the haven of rest in
which to live.
This chapter could not be
closed without honorable
mention of the men who
played a fundamental part
in the club's history. Mr. Jim
Corbett, a friend of the club
and a very civic minded,
prominent man gave to the
Woman's Club a beautiful
lot on which to build a long
hoped for clubhouse. Sever-
al years passed, the club
could not see their way clear
to begin building a club-
house but kept constantly
adding to the building fund.
Then came the Roosevelt
administration with all of its
possibilities. Mr. Graham


Black, another civic minded
man, who has always
worked untiringly for the
interests of the Woman's
Club, working in coopera-
tion with Mrs. M.W.
Wetherington, our beloved
president, succeeded in get-
ting a W.P.A. (ed. note -
Works Progress Admisin-
stration) project which
made it possible to get a
Civic Center. The club origi-
nally put up $1,000 towards
the building and on the club
lot today stands a beautiful
building constructed of
rocks from the famous
Suwannee River, costing
around $10,000, a building
which towns many times
the size of Jasper would be
proud to own. Another man
contributing to the club is
Mr. Stanley Adams, who
bought the club note for the
sum of $400 thus making it
possible to raise $1,000 in
cash in order to get the
building. Other men have
contributed generously on
numerous occasions. The
men as a whole are interest-
ed in the undertakings and.
accomplishments of the
Woman's Club.
Women who have served
as president of the club are:
Mesdames W. .B. McRae,
Dean Tompkins, Blackwell
Stripling, Austin Smith,
W.H. Greene, Melvin
Hunter, Tom Watts, J.R.
Sandlin, C.C. Hamilton, I.J.
McCall, Roy Adams, J.A.
Corbett, Broxton Small, E.A.
Risbeck, Walter Knowles,
W.B. Lewis, L.B. Register,
Ponce D. Sandlin, Charles
Johns, M.F. Horace Lewis,
M.W. Wetherington and
Graham Black.


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treasure to be enjoyed by
all. To supplement this arti-
.cle,, we. are askingn, anyone
having newspaper articles,
stories or memories of club
happenings to share these
with us. Some special cele-
brations and grand old
times have been held "at
the club house" as it is com-
monly known.
Funds for the upkeep of
the Club House and
grounds have been mini-
mal to none since late
1980. The annual income
of approximately $6,000 is
necessarily used to pay for
the general operation ex-'
penses such as insurance,.
utilities and maintenance.
In addition, we contribute
to the American Cancer
Society, The American
Heart Association, Special
Olympics, Hamilton
County Library, Hacienda
Girls Ranch, Domestic Vi-
olence Prevention, Child


Abuse Prevention, Opera-
tion Smile, HCAODP,
Hoby, miscellaneous char-
ities. and an annual $500
scholarship fqr a local.igh
school graduate.,
The time is here when
some major repairs to the
building and some im-
provements to. the
grounds must be made if
this community landmark
is to remain a treasure for
future generations.
The women of the club
have gladly served the
community for all these
years, now the club needs a
.helping hand to make these
much, needed repairs and
improvements. If you
would like to help, please
mail your donation to Emi-
ly Anderson, treasurer,
12613 S.E. 50th Drive,
Jasper, FL 32052 or Verna
Home, president, 410 Vick-
ers Court, Jasper, FL 32052.
On behalf of the
Woman's Club of Jasper,
* thank you.


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P PCS HCHS PARTNERSHIP:
Ashley Cribbs, Adam DeRocco,
Charity Bell, Jasmine Jones,
-, Tocha Moreno, Maria Ortega,
Rex Mitchell (Hamilton County
School Director of Instruction)
Kirston Redman, Ellen Deas
(school guidance counselor)
and Mindy Izell.
Photo by Rob Wolfe



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High school students


visit PC S White Springs


Submitted by Rob Wolfe

The PCS Hamilton
County High School Part-
nership students visited
PCS White Springs recent-
ly to tour the Number
Three mine area. Dave Fer-
nald, PCS Training Coor-
dinator, and Rob Wolfe,
Public Affairs Coordina-
tor, guided the group to
the dragline for a close-up
and personal view while


chine removed the phos-
phate ore at the rate of 45
cubic yards per scoop.
Next, they toured the pit
car to observe how the ma-
terial is slurred with water
and then pumped to the
beneficiation plant for sep-
aration and processing.
The partnership class is
composed of high school
juniors and seniors who
have volunteered to par-
ticipate in the PCS/HCHS


der to gain better under-
standing and knowledge
of the overall process of
phosphate mining and the
production of plant nutri-
ents and animal feed sup-
plements.
Through their monthly
visits each student is able
to obtain a "real world"
experience of what is re-
quired to be employed at a
manufacturing facility
such as PCS White


JASPER CISTY COUN


April 10 Council Meeting


Presentation of Bible -
Pastor Steve Redman pre-
sented a Bible to the City
Council on behalf of Bible
Baptist Church in Jasper.
According to Redman, he
had learned that the council
did not have a Bible to use
for ceremonies, such as
when a new member is
sworn in.
Request for meeting by
County Commissioners -
County Commissioner
Mike Adams asked the City
Council to set a date for the
commissioners, the council
members and Nancy Oliv-
er, of the Hamilton County
Development Authority to
meet to 'discuss the pro-
posed tap and connections
fees for G.A.P. Roofing. The
Council decided to, allow
City Manager Kent Cichon
and County Coordinator
Bob Poor work out a date
suitable to all of those in-
volved in the meeting.


Report from Charter Re-
view Committee Roy
Yancey, Chairman for the
Charter Review Commit-
tee, presented a summary
of the committee's report.
Suggestions made by the
committee included raising
the city council members'
salary from $100 per month
to $300 per month, requir-
ing future salary raises to
be presented to the public
as an ordinance, and reim-
bursing travel vouchers in
accordance with state
guidelines. The committee
also suggested removing
several obsolete phrases
from the charter.
Ordinance authorizing
operation of golf carts -
The Council voted on and
passed Ordinance 06-03-02,
which authorizes the oper-
ation of golf carts on certain
streets within the city limits
of Jasper, provides for the
hours of operation, and re-


quires certain equipment
for the operation of a golf
cart.
Ordinance prohibiting
abandoned or junked mo-
tor vehicles The council
voted on and passed Ordi-
nance 06-03-01, which pro-
hibits abandoned or junked
motor vehicles or motor ve-
hicle accessories on streets,
highways or right-of-ways;
provides for the removal of
such items; and prohibits
certain repairs in residen-
tial areas.
Ordinance concerning
residency of police chief -
The council held the first
hearing of Ordinance 06-
04-01, which repeals the ex-
isting Section 14-4 and cre-
ates a new Section 14-4, to
provide that the Jasper Po-
lice Chief must live within
Hamilton County. The sec-
ond hearing will be held on
Monday, July 24 at 6 p.m. at
City Hall.


the 3.8 million pound ma- Partnership Program in or- Springs. Registration deadline is May 5

Recognizing child abuse and neglect for next nationwide ACT test


Child abuse affects chil-
dren of every age, race, and
income level. It often takes
place in the home and
comes from a person the
child knows and trusts a
parent, relative, babysitter,
or friend of the family.
Often abusers are ordi-
nary people caught in
stressful situations such as
young mothers and fathers
unprepared for the respon-
sibilities of raising a child,
overwhelmed single par-
ents with no support sys-
tem, families placed under
great stress by poverty, di-
vorce, or sickness, and par-
ents with alcohol or drug
problems.
A first step in helping or
getting help for an abused
or neglected child is to
identify the signs 'and
symptoms of abuse. There
are four major types of
child maltreatment. They.
are neglect, physical abuse,
sexual abuse, and emotion-
al abuse.
, Neglect is failure to pro-
yide for a child's basic
needs such as food, cloth-
ing, shelter, medical care,
education, or proper super--
vision. Symptoms of ne-
glect are signs of malntitri-
tion,, poor hygiene,. unat-
tended physical or medical


The Lady of the Lake
Quilting Guild will hold its
monthly meeting on
Wednesday, April 26, at
9:30 a.m. at Southside
Recreation Center,' 901
Saint Margaret Rd., Lake
City. The program, "What
was I Thinking," will be
presented by guild member


problems. If a child states
there is no supervision at
home,, or if child or caretak-
er abuses drugs or alcohol
then neglect is taking place.
Physical abuse is inten-
tional injury inflicted upon
a child. It may include se-
vere shaking, beating, kick-
ing, punching, or burning
that results in minor marks,
bruising, or even death.
Symptoms include broken
bones or unexplained bruis-
es, burns, or welts in vari-
ous stages of healing, child.
is unable to explain injury
or explanation is inconsis-
tent with caretaker's, child
is unusually afraid of a par-
ent or caretaker and may be
afraid to go home, and the
child reports intentional in-
jury by parent or caretaker.
" Sexu'i abuse reters to any
sexual act with a child by an
adult or older child. It in-
cludes fondling or rubbing
the child's genitals, pene-
tration, incest, rape,
sodomy, indecent expo-
sure, and using the child for
prostitution or the produc-
tion of pornographic mate-
rials. Possible symptoms in-
clude pain or bleeding in
anal or .genital area with
redness or swelling, dis-
plays age inappropriate,
'knowledge about sex, or


Joan Murray.
The Guild will also have
a show and tell session
where quilters showcase
their recent projects.
The Guild is an organiza-
tion for anyone interested
in quilts and the art of quilt-
ing. The quilting public is
invited.


child sexual abuse.
Emotional abuse is when
a child is psychological ef-
fected by the use of words
or by the absence of feeling
by an adult. This includes
frequently blaming, belit-
tling or insulting the child
or the adult may see the
child as a worthless burden
and seem indifferent to the
child. Possible symptoms
include delays in physical
and emotional develop-
ment, lack of emotional at-
tachment to parent, run-
ning away from home and
attempted suicide.
Call Florida's Parent Sup-
port Helpline at 1/800-
FLA-LOVE (1-800-352-
5683) is available 24 hours a
day, seven days a week.
This service provides confi-
dential counseling and re-
ferral to parents who are
stress.
. To report abuse call 1-
800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-
4453). This Florida hotline
determines if the informa-
tion presented complies
with the mandates in law
and assists all callers with
information and referral to
enhance the safety and
well-being of children and
vulnerable adults. It is
available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.

Class of 1988
reunion meeting
The Hamilton County
High School Class of 1988
will hold a meeting to plan
for their 20th Class Reunion.
The meeting will be held on
Tuesday, May 2, at the Jasper
Public Library Conference
room from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
For further information
call Pamela Dobson at '792-
3310 or Isaac E. Chandler at
792-2816 or e-mail at schol-
ar3 06@hotmail.com.


Tie next naionwiu.e
ACT test date for college-
bound high school stu-
dents is Saturday, June 10.
Students must register on-
line or have their paper
registrations postmarked
by the end of the day on
May 5. Late registration
postmark deadline is May
19 (an additional $18 .fee is
required for late registra-
tion after May 5).
The ACT includes an op-
tional Writing .Test. Most
colleges do not require a


writing score, so stuuenits
should check admissions
requirements of colleges
they're considering before
registering for the ACT.
The cost is $29 without and
$43 With the Writing Test.
Students can receive reg-
istration information from
their high school guidance
counselors or they can reg-
ister online at www.actstu-
dent.org. The website also
features test tips, practice,
tests, an online test prep
program, and a database


Farm Bureau launches

Production Decision W<


With farm income antici-
pated to be down. nearly
$15 billion in 2006 com-
pared with 2005, the, Amer-
ican Farm Bureau Federa-
tion has launched a new
Web site to assist farmers
and ranchers make pro-
duction, decisions based on
'prevailing economic fac-
tors. The goal is to help
producers increase their in-
come and reduce expenses
for a positive bottom line.
"As a service to Farm Bu-
reau members, AFBF has
always. monitored condi-
tions in the agricultural
economy and tried to an-


ticipate challenges that
Farm Bureau' members c
may face," said AFBF Pres-
ident.,Bob Stallman. "In;
this.: new information age,,
AFBF is capable of more
easily sharing information
and quickly directing
members to important in-
formation via the Inter-
net."
The address for the Farm
Bureau Production Deci-
sion Aid (FB-PDA) Web
site is http:/fbpda.fb.org/.
The AFBF economic analy-
sis team has assembled in-
formation and data related
to crop and livestock pro-


for students to find out if a
prospective college re-
quires a writing score.
ACT scores are -accepted
by virtually all colleges and
universities in the nation,
including all Ivy League
schools. The ACT is an aca-
demic achievement exam
that includes four tests:
English, reading, math,
and science. Students who
opt to take the Writirrg Test
will add 30 minutes to the
normal three hour testing
time.

new

eb Site
duction expenses as well as'
whole-farm planning. Up-
dates to the, information
.will.,be., regularly ,posted
during the year.' ,, i
The Web site lists pro-
duction information for
cattle, cotton, dairy, feed
grains, fruits/ vegetables,
hogs, peanuts, rice, soy-
beans and wheat. Re-
sources or links that relate
to each commodity appear
on the front page of a sec-
tion, and then by clicking
onto a specific region of the
country, -the resources spe-
cific to that commodity and
region are provided.


Women's Health Fair And Screenings


You are cordially invited to attend a FREE First Session of
The Dale Carnegie Course
Date: Monday, April 24, 2006
Time: 6:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Place: Suwannee Valley Electric Co-op
11340 100' Street
Live Oak, Florida '
Sponsored by North Florida Community College, The Suwannee
County Chamber of Commerce, and The Suwannee Democrat

Here is an opportunity for you and your people to attend an action-packed first
session to see how Dale Carnegie Training has helped over 6 million men and
women reach their personal and business goals. Learn how you can maximize your
potential, strengthen your personal abilities, and also "try on" the Dale Carnegie
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Lady of the Lake Quilting

Guild meeting April 26


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Phone (386) 792-2487 FAX (386) 792-3009
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Compassion of donors helps St. Jude

Children's Research Hospital save lives


Imagine hearing the
dreaded words, "Your
child has cancer." Only a
few decades ago there was
no escape from the grasp of
this terrible disease. But
one man had a dream that
"no child should die in the
dawn of life." And through
this steadfast belief, the late
entertainer Danny Thomas
established St. Jude Chil-
dren's Research 'Hospital,
where scientists and doc-
tors are working every day
to find cures and save chil-
dren.
Thanks to the efforts of
donors around the world,
thousands of children
everywhere' ae re "being'
saved. 'St. Jude is a place
where pioneering research
and revolutionary discov-
eries happen continually.
Researchers are solving the
mysteries of cancer and
other catastrophic diseases,
including sickle cell dis-
ease, AIDS, tuberculosis


and influenza. Because St.
Jude freely shares its dis-
coveries, the accomplish-
ments made at St. Jude
have completely changed
how the world treats chil-
dren with cancer and other
devastating illnesses.
The continued and gener-
ous support of donors has
helped St. Jude assure that
no family ever pays for
treatment that is not cov-
ered 'by insurance, and
families without insurance
are never asked to pay. Be-
cause of the compassion
and commitment of mil-
.lions of donors, St. Jude is
able to continue its ground
breaking researchh that inm-
pacts these families lives.
Among the many ways to
help the life-saving work at
St. Jude are gifts to honor a
friend or relative. St. Jude's
Gift Catalog includes a line
of e-cards, print-your-own
cards and mail cards to fit
many occasions, including


seasonal greetings, birth-
days, anniversaries, chris-
tenings, bar mitzvahs, first
communions and more.
A memorial donation to
St. Jude can remember a de-
ceased loved one, while
reaching out and touching
the lives of the hospital's
patients and families dur-
ing their time of need.
These gifts of hope can be
acknowledged through a,
personalized card sent by
St. Jude through postal or
e-mail.
Honoring one's wedding
guests by making a dona-
tion to St. Jude in their
names, is a remarkable,
unique. way for a couple to
celebrate the beginning of
their lives together. By giv-
ing to St. Jude, the bride
and groom are helping to.
-make miracles happen for
thousands of children
worldwide.
And for the couple who
has everything, guests can


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Hamilton County En-
terprise Zone Develop-
ment Agency, located at
1153 US.H%-v. 41 NW,
Suite 4 (old high school),
will meet at 12 p.m. on
Friday, April 21. For
more information call
792-6828.


NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Sue M. Cobb, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give notice that a
GENERAL ELECTION will be held in HAMILTON County, State of Florida, on the SEVENTH
day of NOVEMBER, A.D., 2006, to fill or retain the following offices:

United States Senator
Representative In Congress: District 4
Go ernor and Lieutenant Governor.
Attorney General .
Chief Financial Officer
Commissioner of Agriculture
State Representative: District 10
Supreme Court, Retention of Three Justices
First District Court of Appeal, Retention of Three Judges
Circuit Judge, Third Judicial Circuit: Groups 2, 3 and 5
County Court Judge: Group 1 .
School Board: Districts 1, 4 and 5
County. Commissioner: Districts 2 and 4'
Hamilton Soil and Water Conservation District: Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5


'IN Testimony Whereof, f'Hereunto
~set my hand and affixed the Great
SSeal of the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, The Capital, this
-. Second day of April, A.D., 2006.



Sue M. Cobb
Secretary of State
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County Coordinator The
County accepted Mike
Williams' letter of resigna-
tion from the position of
County Coordinator effec-
tive March 21. Williams,
who was on leave to serve in
the Army, has accepted a
position at PCS Phosphate in
White Springs. Bob Poor,
who has been acting as
County Coordinator during
Williams' absence, will con-
tinue as County Coordina-
tor.
White Springs computer
system The County ap-
proved a request from the
Town of White Springs for
the reimbursement of
$1,809.25 that was spent to
service the town's computer
network system. The net-
work is part of the Hamilton
County Initiative to comput-
erize the criminal justice
agencies and the clerks' of-
fices of the various govern-
ments in the county."
White Springs paving pro-
jects The Town of White
Springs requested that the
County consider two small
road paving projects in
White Springs for the 2007-
08 Small County Road As-
sistance Program (SCRAP).
The areas under considera-


tion include all or parts of
Jewett St., Kendrick St. and
Suwannee St. The streets are
used as an evacuation route
as well as a by-pass route
when flooding or accidents
close U.S. 41 at the Spring
House Curve. Many semi-
tractor trailers have to use
those routes and the damage
to the streets has created an
emergency situation because
the streets are losing the sup-
port beds. If the damage is
not corrected, the roads may
have to be closed in the fu-
ture. The SCRAP is designed
for larger projects but the
County will contact the De-
partment of Transportation
to find out if the roads can be
added to larger project.
White Springs Fire De-
partment The Town of
White Springs requested the
County's assistance to pur-
chase new extrication equip-
ment. The existing equip-
ment is an outdated military
surplus product that no one
will repair due to liability is-
sues. According to Fire Chief
Steve Stith, the White
Springs Fire Department is
the only one in the county
who does not have extrica-
tion equipment and they
cannot provide an adequate


give a gift to St. Jude in lieu
of a wedding gift. This is an
exceptional way for guests
to give something from. the
heart that will be meaning-
ful to the couple, their
guests and countless num-
bers of children.
At St. Jude, the future is
demanding. There are pro-
grams to be funded, discov-
eries to be made and treat-.
ments to advance. Fortu-
nately there are donors
who share Danny Thomas'
unstoppable desire and un-
quenchable passion to pro-
tect and nurture the health
of children everywhere.
For more information
about giving to St. Jude,
visit www.stjude.org/trib-
ute or call 1-800-276-8340.
To donate now, send a
check to St. Jude Children's
,Research' Hospital, P.O.
Box 1000, Dept. 174, Mem-
phis, TN 38148-0174, or vis-
it www.stjude.org /tribute
to donate online.

St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital
Memphis, TN


response to emergencies in-
volving heavy equipment,
farm equipment, semi-trac-
tor trailers, trains or struc-
tural collapse. The County
advised -the Town to send
the request to Hamilton
County Fire .Coordinator
Henry Land and they will
re-visit the issue at a future
meeting.
Child Abuse Prevention
Month A proclamation
from the Child Abuse Pre-
vention Project was read rec-.
ognizing April as Child
Abuse Prevention Month.
Contribution to Well Flori-
da Council The County ap-
proved a contribution of
$994 to the Well Florida
Council, which provides,
various healthcare services
to 16 counties in Florida.
Last year, the Council coor-
dinated healthcare services
valued at $95,087 for 178 res-
idents in the county.
Veterans Services Admin-
istrator re-certification The
county approved the neces-
sary funds for Herbert
Lumpkin, Hamilton County
Veterans Services Adminis-
trator, to attend the annual
Veterans Administration Re-
certification Training on
May 7 -12.


USDA extends deadline for CRP general

sign-up, re-enrollment, extension acceptance


The Conservation Re-
serve Program (CRP) gen-
eral sign-up has been ex-
tended until April 28. Af-
ter the general sign-up
ends, USDA's Farm Ser-
vice Agency (FSA) will


evaluate offers based on
cost and the Environmen-
tal Benefits Index (EBI)
factors of wildlife, water,
soil, air and enduring ben-
efits. Accepted offers will
become effective Oct. 1.


For more information
on CRP, contact the FSA
office at 792-1308 or visit
the FSA Web site at
www.fsa.usda.gov / dafp /
cepd/crp.htm.


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City and County Hamilton County Board of County

Mpptindn C Commissioners meeting April 4


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THURDAY I 2


Joe Lee Goodbread

Jroe Lee Goodbread,
|age 83, of Jasper,
Florida, passed away
Friday morning in a local
nursing home. Mr. Good-
bread was a native of
Suwannee County and had
lived in Jasper for the past
29 years after moving here
from Fort Lauderdale
Florida. He was a member
of the Jasper United
Methodist Church, a re-
tired farmer and served in,
the United States Navy for
four years.
Survivors include his
wife, Vi Goodbread of
Jasper; one daughter, Sh-
eryl Goodbread of Jasper;
two sisters: Mary King of
Avon Park, Florida, and
Rae Kiser of Pompano,
Florida; several nieces and
nephews as well as great-
and great-great nieces and
nephews.
Graveside services were
held Monday, April 17,


2006, in the Evergreen
Cemetery of Jasper with
the Reverend Dale Ames
officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the
family requests that
memorials be made to
Jasper United Methodist
Church, P.O. Box 1298,
Jasper, Florida 32052, or
Florida's Sheriffs Youth
Ranch, P.O. Box 2000, Boys
Ranch, Florida 32064.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.


Mary Elizabeth Ragan
Laseter

M ary Elizabeth
Ragan Laseter,
age 90, of Jen-
nings, Florida, passed
away at her home Tues-
day, April 4, 2006. The
Hamilton County native
and lifelong resident was a
homemaker and member
of New Hope Baptist


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To the Relay for Life team members (both "official"
and "volunteer") for the School Board & Administra-
tive Offices, and to everyone who contributed to the
American Cancer Society, I offer a resounding "thank
you" for your participation in this year's event. At the
time of this writing, "Team Paradise" had collected
more than $2,375 for this worthy cause, easily sur-
passing our team's initial goal of $1,500! I am ex-
tremely grateful to everyone for their donations (be it
money, items for our fund' raisers, or their time). Con-
gratulations, too, to the other teams on their success-
es and-thanks for a great evening!
Watching the survivors during their victory lap was
inspiring, and the luminaria ceremony was touching,
as we honored the survivors and remembered those
whose lives were lost to this disease. If you or some-
one you know has been affected by cancer, I challenge
you now to become involved in next year's Relay for
Life. True, your involvement will require a lot of time
and work, but the rewards are'immeasurable!

Denise Wofford
Team Captain




ZJOank iou

The loss of a loved one is never easy to under-
stand. We wonder why? But we accept that it's God
will. We know our loved one has gone to a better
place.. March 26, our dear loved one Phillip Dale
Franklin never made it home. For a week everyone
searched to. find him. He was found April 1. Phillip
had made it to his final home with our Dear Lord.
We would like to take this time to thank all who
helped in the search, who called with concern, who
prayed for our Phillip and his' family, who brought
food and those who stopped by with a hug. We
thank all of the. Madison County Deputies and
Sheriff Pete Bucher, the search teams with dogs, the
helicopter pilots, the Mounted Patrol, every friend
and neighbor, the local and T.V. stations, The Madi-
sonr Carrier, Pastor Hicks and Pastor Peck, all of
Grandma's quilting buddies and members of her
church, Cherry Lake Baptist. The whole Madison
Community just poured out their hearts to our fam-
ily. Words can never express the- love and thanks
we feel for each and everyone. Please forgive us if
we' have forgotten someone. There were so. many.
We will never forget your.outpouring of love. May
God bless, each of you.

With our love, thank you again,

The Family of Phillip Dale Franklin



Where are you??


Haiko Hih School


Graduating Class of 1976


Let's Plan our 30th \


Reunion

Please Contact Ronald B. Lumpk
5001 Branded Oaks Ct.
Tallahassee, Fl. 32311
850-219-4485
Email: ronaldlumpkin@yahoo.com

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Obituarks~


The Suwannee Valley
Humane Society's Animal
Shelter will hold a Spring
Fling on Saturday, May 6,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There will'be a huge plant
and yard sale. Enjoy food,
fun, and meeting, some of
the most popular resi-
dents!
From Interstate 10, take


Church. Mrs. Laseter was
preceded in death by her
husband, John D. Laseter.
Survivors include one
son and daughter-in-law,
W.C. "Billy" And Jo Ann
Laseter of Jasper, Florida;
one daughter and son-in-
law, Sylvia and Richard
Howard of Foley, Alaba-
ma; one brother, Byron Ra-
gan of Waterford, Ohio;
four grandchildren: Debbie
Crowley, Johnny Chan-
dler, Cary Laseter and
Gretchen Laseter; three
great-grandchildren: Hope
Chandler, Garrett Laseter
and Trayson Laseter.
Funeral services were
held Friday, April 7, 2006,
at New Hope Baptist
Church with Pastor Jeff
Cordero officiating.
Interment followed in
the church cemetery.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.

Juan Samuel
Hernandez Sr.


Worship service in the park


Greater Poplar Springs
Baptist Church Family
will hold an old fashioned'
worship service on the
grounds on Sunday, April
23, at 11 a.m. at Buddy
Parker Recreation Park
next to Lendy's on Martin
Luther King Drive.
Dress comfortably in
jeans, shorts, t-shirts, and
tennis shoes and come


hear one. of the greatest
love stories ever told.
Some seating will be pro-
vided but feel free to
bring lawn chairs or blan-
kets.
Plan to remain for din-
ner on the grounds.
For more information
contact chairperson, Paula
Williams at 792-2533 or
paulagw@alltel.net.


Exit 262 North towards
Lee in Madison County.
Turn left on Bisbee Loop
one-half mile from exit.
Follow Animal Shelter
signs to our entrance.
For more information
call 1-866-236-7812 or 971-
9904. The shelter is open
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday
through Saturday.


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FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
N.W. 15th Avenue Jasper 13159 S.E. C.R. 137, Jasper, FL
Rev. Fran Wood Pastor-Avin Miller Phone (386) 792-247
Sunday Sunday
Sunday School................ 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship................. 11:00a.m. Sunday Worship .....................11:00 am.
Wednesday Evening Worshp.......................6:00 p.m.
Prayer Fellowship................ 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
226954-F Prayer Service 7:30 p.
S226964
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3 3E GSEEEI
1/2 mile East on Hwy. 6, Jasper, Fl 32052
792-2275 S. Wendell Hill, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday N.W. 3rd St., Jasper
Sunday School ...................10:00 a.m Bldg.: 792-2277
Morning Worship................... 11:00 a.m. Sunday
Children's Church.................11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a,
Church Training ......................6:00 p.m. Morning Worship.......................10:30 a.
Evening Worship ...... ..........7:00 p.m. Evening Worship...... ....6:00 p.
Prayer Meeting......... .....7:00 p.m. Wednesday
229ss57-.F Evening 6:00 p.
226965
JASPER FIRST BAPTIST e
CHURCH
207 N.E. 2nd Street, Jasper 792-2658
Pastor: Bill Floyd
Sunday NEW BETHEL AME CHURCH
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 604 SW 6th Ave., Jasper, FL 32053
Moving Worship...... ................. 11:0 a.m. Rev. Ron Rawls
Children's Choir & Sunday
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Church School 10:00 a.
I Wednesday New Members Class.................10:00 a.
Youth & Children Activities...................6:00 p.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.
Prayer Meeting 6:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeti22ng695. *Communion every 1st Sunday
SUNRISE BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study Wednesday 700 r
U.S. 129-3 miles North of Jasper etuy7:00 p.r
Pastor: Rev. Gene Speight h Thursday
Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Choir Rehdrsal 6:30 p.r
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. www.newbetheljasper.com
Church 11:00 a.m. 22696
226960-F
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST UNITED METHODIST
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St., CHURCH
Jennings, FL 32053 405 Central Ave., Jasper, FL
938-5611 Pastor Dale Ames
Pastor:Jeff Cordero Phone 386-792-1122
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.
\Sunday Evening Worship, Youth Happening, Morning Worship ............... 11:00 a.
RA's, GA's 6:00 p.m. Wednesday
Supper 6:00 p.m. Bible Study ... 4:45 p.
Prayer Meeting, Discipleship class for adults, Choir Practice 6:00 p.
Youth activities, Children's Choirs.....6:30 p.m. Family Night Dinnr 3rd Wednesday
Van pick-up upon request Family Night Dnner 3rd wednesday
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting
and Youth Meeting........................ 7:00 p.m.
226963-F

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Juan Samuel Hernan-
dez Sr., age 77, of Jen-
nings, Florida, died
S urday, in a local nursing
home. Mr. Hernandez was
a native of Donna, Texas,
and a resident of Jennings
since 1986 when he moved
from Suwannee County.
He attended Calvary Bap-
tist of Lake Park and was a
retired heavy equipment
mechanic.
Survivors include three
sons: Nieves Hernandez of
Jennings, Juan Hernandez
Jr. and Abraham Hernan-
dez both of Live Oak, Flori-
da; two daughters: Cecilia
McEl.wain of Jennings and
Rosa Hernandez of Lurav-
ille, Florida; two brothers:
Lino Hernandez of Bonner
Springs, Kansas, and Reyes
Hernandez of Donna; and
12 grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, April 18,
2006, at Wright's Chapel
United Methodist Church
.with burial in the church
cemetery.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.


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JASPER CHURCH OF GOD
408 Palmetto Ave., Jasper, 792-2312
Pastor: Michael Wirt
Sunday
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship............. ... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening 6:00 p.m.
Wed. Family Training.... ............. 7:00 p.m.
SMinistering to all ages. -
226968-F

BURNHAM
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
4520 NW CR 146, Jennings, FL 32053
938-1265
Youth Pastor: John Proctor
Sunday
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service 6:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.
226969-F









To list your
church on our
church directory,
please call Myrtle -
at 1-800-525-4182 |i'i -


pected him to live again.
The resurrection in
mentioned directly 104, or
more times in the New
Testament. A leading and
brilliant agnostic of Eng-'
land once said, "There is
no use wasting time dis-
cussing the other mira-
cles. The essential ques-
tion is, 'Did Jesus Christ
rise from the dead?' If he
did, it is easy enough to
prove the other miracles;
but if not, the other mira-
cles must go." Well said,
as by instinct!
Dr. Clarence Macartney
said: "No statement in the
great and beautiful narra-
tive of the Resurrection so
brings out the majesty and
completeness of Christ's
victory over death as that
sentence from the gospel
of Matthew'(28:2): 'An an-
gel of the Lord came
down -from heaven and,
going to the tomb, rolled
back the stone and sat on
it.'"


Easter is a story of dis-
covery, the discovery that
Christ lives. This discov-
ery has taken one deep
fear out of life, the fear of
death for those who are in
Christ.
Have you ever thought
how disappointed the dis-
ciples must have been
with the events of those
last few days? Calvary
was to them an irretriev-
able disaster. Golgotha
scarred their souls. It
seemed like the closing of
the book and the last
good-bye. It seemed there
was nothing to do but fo
pick up the broken
threads of life and go back
to the old fishing boat,
back to the carpenter
shop, back to the customs
and back to the endless
loneliness they once
knew.
Christ had been be-
trayed by those he trust-
ed, scourged by those he
pitied, abandoned by
those 'he loved, and
crowned with thorns. He
carried his cross to an out-
law's grave. The setting
sun held no vision for a
better day.
He had been born in a
borrowed manger and
rode to triumph on a bor-
rowed beast and was laid
away in a borrowed tomb.
Their: last act of devotion
was to prepare and anoint
his body for burial. If they
had expected him to rise,
they would not have gone
to the tomb to preserve his
body. Not one disciple ex-


Spiritual

Guidance


By Pastor Dale R. Ames
Jasper Untied Methodist Church


Discovering


Easter!


Humane Society's


Spring Fling May 6


THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


PAGE 5A


THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2006


St. Paul said, "For the
message of the cross is
foolishness to those who
are perishing, but to us
who are being saved it is
the power of God."
The resurrection of Je-
sus Christ is one of the
two great fundamental
doctrines of the gospel,
the other being His aton-
ing death. Jesus, said to
her, "I am the resurrection
and the life" (John 11:25).
Easter means that we
can have eternal life
through our resurrected
Savior!














HARVEST FELLOWSHIP
407 Hatley St., Hwy. 6E
P.O. Box 1512, Jasper, FL
Pastor Jerry Thomason
Phone (386) 792-3833 or 792-3831
Sunday
Morning Worship.................... 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday ,
Bible Study (all age groups.............7:00 p.m.
Call Church for Directions
226970-F

ST. THERESE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Three miles north of Jasper U.S. 41
P.O. Box 890, Jasper, FL 32052
Rectory U.S. 90 E.,
Live Oak, FL
(386)364-1108
Sunday MASS 11:15 a.m.
226971-F

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
204 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Jasper, 792-2258
Pastor: Rev. Doug Hilliard, 792-8412
SUNDAY
Sunday School.......................... 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service....................... 11:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY
Prayer in Fellowship Hall...............9:00 a.m.
Choir Practice 7:30 p.m.


















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The Third Annual Sigma Delta Sweetheart Pageant


The Hamilton County
High School Sigma Delta
Drama Club presented the
Third Annual Sigma Delta
Sweetheart Pageant on
Saturday, March 18, at the
Hamilton County High
School. Miss Hamilton
County High School Tiara
Allen provided entertain-
ment.
The pageant included a
casual wear competition,
modeling wear competi-
tion and an evening wear
competition. The cate-
gories were: Tiny Miss,
Little Miss, Junior Miss,
and Senior Miss. A Ticket
Queen and Miss Conge-
niality were also chosen.
The little beauties in the


Tiny Miss category were
Second Runner-up Brit-
tany McLeod, Kassie
Land, Callie Adams,
Makayla Cooks, Danielle
Love, Aisha Smith, Au-
drey Selph, First Runner-
up Madison Brantley,
Ticket Queen Areal Smith,
Madison Cox and Winner
Elizabeth Lewis.
The graceful girls in the
Little Miss category were
Winner Brooke Burnam,
First Runner-up Paige
Fenneman, Second Run-
ner-up Taylor Combass,
Rebecca Vickers, Katie
Bassett and Cieria Bassett.
The lovely teens in the
Junior Miss category were
Tysheba Mans, Latosha


Hunter, First Runner-up
Ashley Jackson, Second
Runner-up Terissa Taylor,
and Winner Markesha
Brown.
The young women in
the Senior Miss category
were First Runner-up Vir-
ginia Navarro and Winner
and Miss Congeniality
Ciara Solomon.
Special thanks to Gene
Starr Jr., Philip Pinello,
Mrs. Jones' Music Classes,
D&S Signs, Faye's of
Jasper, The Jasper News,
Jeff Burnam, Marjorie
Cooks, Dorothy Bryant,
Florine Combass, Helen
Hobbs, Sigma Delta Mem-
bers, parents and
guardians.


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LITTLE MISS: (1-r) Second Runner-up Taylor Combass,
First Runner-up Paige Fenneman. ,n.:.,.:. Submitted


Little Miss Brooke Burnam, and


JUNIOR MISS: Markesha
Brown Photo Submitted


SENIOR MISS FIRST
RUNNER-UP: Virginia
Navarro Pnh.bo sut.n,, a
JUNIOR MISS SECOND
RUNNER-UP: Terissa Tay-
/or. Photo Submitted


NOTICE OF

SPECIAL MEETING
The Board of Commissioners of the Northw est
Florida Regional Housing Authority \\ ill hold its
Annual Meeting April 27, 2006. Ramada Inn North.
2900 North Monroe St.. Tallahassee, Florida.
Meeting will begin at 1:00 P.ML.. E.S.T.
The meeting will be open to the public.



Certificates of Deposit
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Effective from Annual Percentage
04/19/2006-04/25/2006 Interest Rates Yield (APY)
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5-year, 5.07% 5.20%
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STATE FARM SELECT AGENI
KEITH G.
HARGROVE
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(850o 973-464!
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TINY MISS: (I-r) First Runner-up Aladison Brantley, Tiny
Miss Elizabeth Len is, and Second Runner-up Brittany
McLeod. PrC,oto : u,,,rnnS


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SENIOR MISS AND MISS
CONGENIALITY: Ciara
Solomon Photo Submitted


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SPECIAL


WORKSHOP
A special workshop will be held on
Monday, April 24, 2006 at 7:00 P.M.
The workshop will be held at the Ernest
Courtoy Civic Center, 1129 NW 4th
Street. The workshop will be a joint
workshop with the City of Jasper
Council and the Hamilton County
Board of County Commissioners.


All interest citizens are invited to
attend. 258621-F


TICKET OUEEN:
Smith Pholo Submrttedl


Areal


THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2006


THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


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Norris Notes

By Lillian Norris


Sunday was a glorious
Easter day, the weather was
perfect, families and friends
gathered in churches and
together for a happy Easter.
My daughter Marybeth
Windham and her daugh-
ter Jordan, met for lunch
with Dr. Ben, Leigh Ann,
Trey and Kaleigh Norris at
their home for a delicious
lunch. Joining us were
friends Larry and Mary
Cail. The food Leigh Ann
had prepared was deli-
cious, so good, after lunch
the children (and adults)
had a fun time hiding and
hunting eggs.
Earlier (7 a.m.) I had at-
tended the Easter Sunrise
Service at First United
Methodist Church, which I
have been doing for several
years. Rev. Ames had a spe-
cial message and Suezette
Wiggins played the piano
for the singing. The ladies
had prepared a continental
breakfast (really a feast),
and the fellowship there is
always enjoyable, meeting
new friends and visiting
with old ones. A new friend
for me was sitting across
the table from Dorothy
Hilliard, who I learned is a
companion for Mrs. Pearl
Blair and Dorothy said she
was taking her (Mrs. Blair)
to Tallahassee to the doctor
on Monday.
I remembered her very
well. She is 93 and years-
ago we talked on the tele-
phone, we had mutual
friends. Truett and Gerry
Comer, -and she kept up
with them, later with Gerry.
It was good to hear from.
Mrs. Blair. Although she is
aging, she is doing well and
has a good friend in
Dorothy Hlliard.
Church service later at
First Presbyterian in Jasper
held communion service. A
good crowd was in atten-
dance with family visitors


and friends filling up the
church. The choir sang and
it was a worshipful service.
Later in the afternoon,
Ben and I attended the visi-
tation for a friend, Joe
Goodbread. Joe will be
missed greatly by family
and friends. On Saturday
morning at our ladies
breakfasts, Joe was there
when he was able to join his
friends. They will miss him
as will we all. I first met
him when the Jasper News
office was located in the
"old bank building" next-
door to Kayo's drug store.
That was where the men
met for their morning cof-
fee. That seems so long ago,
yet sometimes like only
yesterday. That was when I
first 'started working at the
paper, part-time in the of-
fice before moving further
into the operation.
Later the offices moved to
what is now Browns Flower
Shop (it was known as the
Curry Building then), and
we enjoyed visiting with
Marjorie Lee, the late
Dorothy Carter, Lynn
Lieupo Law and their cus-
tomers at Marjorie's Beauty
Shop. Something regarding
this time came to mind as I
was looking at Easter candy
for my favorite Brachs Jelly
Beans, which only seem to
be available around Easter.
At the office I always had
jelly beans on my desk and
Dorothy was the only per-
son I knew who loved
licorice, they were picked
out and saved for her when
a bag was opened. When I
bought them this year I de-
cided to try the licorice, and
they were good. Every time
I ate one, Dorothy was on
my mind. A short visit with
Margie recently she was
talking about her years in
the shop. She was there
when I came to Jasper, and
plan to talk with her more


later. She told me she did
manicures in her mother's
shop when she was still in
school, that is a long career.
We have been missing
Frances Stevenson at our
breakfasts. I hope she will
soon be back, and she says
she will. She is recuperating
at her sister's home in Val-
dosta. She will have some
more procedures this week
and will be back with us
soon, we miss her. Frances
says she is doing good and
will be ready to get back
home, although it is nice to
be with her sister, visiting
with her and her family
when they are in from At-
lanta.
I also attended the Good
Friday service at Harvest
Fellowship on Friday
evening. This was spon-
sored by the Ministerial Al-
liance of Hamilton County
with ministers from the
county Churches taking
part in the service. It was
very inspirational; the mu-
sic and programs were spe-
cial.
Good news! The good
news is of the birth of the
Hutto Baby, Luke John
Hutto, who we have all
been praying for the family,
was born to Roger and Lau-
ra Lynn Hutto on April 15.
He weighed three pounds,
11 ounces, was 16 inches
long, and is now at Shands
Hospital in Gainesville
where he will remain for a
short while until he weighs
as much as the doctors are
happy with. Mother and
Daddy are doing well also.
It is our understanding that
he will be called Luke. Our
congratulations and best
wishes, and love to Luke,
Roger and Laura Lynn, all
the family and friends.
Jennings Primitive Bap-
tist Church had spring
meeting at their Church on
Easter Sunday. It was a
good day. Jimmy and,
Dorothy DeVane had fami-
ly members for the week-
end, as well as other guests.
Mike and Maurie and their
children, Eli and Mary
Hannah from Waycross,


their son Joshua whom
plays at the Church he at-
tends in Statesboro where
he is in school and was un-
able to be there. DeeDee
and Donny Phillips and
their daughter Annie were
here from Middleburg, Ed-
ward and Ruth Farr, their
son Bob and is daughter
Kristen from Albany. Ga.
DeeDee Phillips is principal
of Thunder Bolt Elementary
School in Clay County.
Fred and Dorothy DeVane
were here from Dowling
Park. Ada Rodgers had
planned to be here, but was
not able to on Sunday.
We finally tagged up
with Brenda Carte, had to
chase her down at the den-
tal office. I learned that the
Methodist Church in Jen-
nings had a great day on
Sunday. She had traveled to
Tallahassee, making three
trips to get Gerrett here for
the services. She is one
busy lady, and she is re-
tired? We tried to get more
information regarding her
trip to Beliz, but she didn't
have time to stop, on her
way to somewhere else, she
is one who is enjoying re-
tirement. We wish her well.
A few weeks ago I made
a trip to the Supervisor of
Elections Office in the "old
high school," to see what
had happened out there. It
is worth a trip. I got a com-
plete tour of the offices that
have been renovated there
and it was great. Every-
thing was so bright and
cheerful, decorated very
tasteful. The ladies had
been busy and Mr. Lump-
kin was so proud of the
new offices. If ,you have
time stop by, they would all
be glad to "show off" their
new location. We are happy
for them.
Hamilton County Broth-,
erhood will meet Thursday
of next week at Bright Pond
Baptist Church, come, bring
a covered dish and fellow-
ship with friends from the
churches in Hamilton
County.
Lillian Norris 792-2151
norrislw@alltei.net


CONGRATULATIONS

DANCE TEAM!


The Dance Team from Dance Works competed in Jack-
sonville at the first annual Dance on the Beach & Beyond
Workshop/Competition. The 14 member team performed
"I Feel Good" and earned a second place for the 11-13
Large Group Jazz Category and second Place Overall for
the 11-13 Large Group Division. Photo Submitted


Jennings High School


50th class reunion


The Jennings' High
School class of 1956 will
begin their 50th class re-
union on Friday, April 21.
The class will meet at John
Allen Scaff's home at 6:30
p.m. for a fish fry.
On Saturday, April 22,
at 9 a.m. everyone will
meet at the Farm House


Restaurant in Twin Lakes
on 1-75. At 12:30 p.m. the
class, will tour the school
building in Jennings. At 5
p.m. everyone will meet at
John Allen Scaff's home
or. dinner. At 6:30 p.m.
the class would like to in-
vite all friends to the
Scaff's home to visit.


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Section B
Thursday, April 20, 2006


Saturday, April 15

Beginner Rookie
Nicole Taylor

Sports I
Samuel Derrocco
Dustin Taylor

Stock Medium
Chris Langtry
David Bradford
Kenny Meeks Jr.
Matthew Durrance
Preston Taylor
Larry Thigpen Jr.
Joey Jasinski
Justin Devane

SPORTS II
Amber Colvin
Brandon Sellers
Zachary Peters
Dylan Ross
Trevor Durden

Stock Heavy
Donnie Sellers
Brad Clyatt,
Phil Harrell,
John Passett

Super Heavy'
John Castleberry


Tifton, Ga.


Jasper, Fla.
Tifton, Ga.


St. George, Ga.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Valdosta, Ga.
Lake City, Fla.
Omega, Ga.
Madison, Fla.
Valdosta, Ga.
Quitman, Ga.


Tallahassee, Fla.
Norman Park, Ga.
Lake Park, Ga.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.


Coolidge, Ga. '
Providence, Fla.
Middleburg, Fla.
Tallahassee, Fla.


Jacksonville, Fla.


JR Stock
Daniel Thomas
Ty Moore
Joshua Hawley

2 CYCLE
James Langford
Matthew Gordon

Outlaw
Andrew Hawkins
Darrell Durden
Dale Taylor

Limited Animal
Brian Perrott

Stock Lite
Chris Langtry
David Bradford
Michael Canady
Matt Harrell
Kancey Key
Adam Derrocco
Alan Michael Lester

Animal,
Kevin Ward
Rocky Prosser
John Castleberry
Justin Devane
Shelton Thornton


Old Town, Fla.
Adel, Ga.
Jacksonville, Fla.


Crawfordville, Fla.
. Crawfordville, Fla.


Doerun, Ga.
Gainesville, Fla.
Tifton, Ga.


Valdosta, Ga.


St. George, Ga.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Moultrie, Ga.
Middleburg, Fla.
Moultrie, Ga.
Jasper, Fla.
Valdosta; Ga.


Quitman, Ga.
Thomasville, Ga.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Quitman, Ga.
Live Oak, Fla.


Hamilton County Trojan Baseball Stats


Record: 8-13


# Players
1 Cam Cohen

3 Hector Zamora

7 Kent Scaff

9 Chance Windham

10 Kaleb Windham

11 Pablo Garcia

12 Jose Balleza

14 Derrick Windham

15 Craig Newsome

18 Ignacio Zamora

19 Patrick Mitchell


District Record: 2-4

BA HR RBI
.343 0 11


Pitching Record


.152 0 6 2-4/ERA 3.53

.190 0 11 2-2/ERA 6.30

.250 0 1

.359 0 15

.370 0 20 0-0/ERA 3.82

.000 0 0

.245 1 12

.185 0 10 1-2/ERA 14.34


.338 0 12

.279 0 10


3-5/ERA 3.52


Senior Night for Trojan

Baseball Team tonight
Senior Night will be held on Thursday, April 20, at the Frederick T. Mickler Baseball
Field at the Hamiltofn County High School in Jasper. The Hamilton County Trojans Base-,-;
ball team will battle Baker County at 5 p.m.

Hamilton County hosts District
Tournaments on Tuesday, April 25
The Hamilton County' High School Trojan Baseball team will host the Class 3A Dis-
trict Ill Baseball Tournament on Tuesday, April 25, at the Frederick T. Mickler Base-'
ball Field. Games will begin at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. '


Fish Busters' Bulletin


By Bob Wattendorf
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission

The 2006 Bassmaster Classic played
out in real time on ESPN's networks'and
thrilled nearly 22,000 fans during' live
weigh-ins at the Orange County- GCQn-
% eKViii'%IICenter. jn..thjsa163tl, si he
wW\ldN-_IbestqfPWIarpent b'aW"W"g"7
broke record after record. Preston Clark,
of Florida; claimed, the record for the'
heaviest bass %with an' 11-pound, 10-
ounce lunker that eclipsed a 30-year-old
record of eight pounds, nine ounces, and
several other fish broke the record as
well during the three-day tournament.
Luke Clausen bagged the heaviest sin-
gle-day catch of 29 pounds, six ounces
the first day.H:lis five-bass limit set the
all-time record for the Classic, even top-
ping the best previous seven-bass limit.
He went on to win the $500,000 grand
prize with a record-breaking, three-day
haul of 56 pounds, two ounces.
The Fish and Wildlife Conservation


Commission (FWC) was a proud partici-
pant in the Classic, working behind the
scenes to help ensure the best possible
survival of the bass after the weigh-in.
Any club or organization that
complies with requirements
can apply for these permits at
MyFWC.com/permits. The i I
permit require- strnat-2 I
dling guidelines to ensure a
high percentage of caught
fish return to the water

temporarily allows
tournament anglers to
keep more than one
bass over 22 inches long.
Research indicates there is no
reason to expect "tournaments like the
Classic to cause measurable harm to fish
populations. That has been the consis-
tent conclusion of researchers since 1983.
In the 1990s, the FWC launched a three-
year project to evaluate tournament
practices and help enhance anglers' live-
release skills and concluded they were


not more harmful than other recreation-
al angling practices.
A spawning bass typically produces
about 40,000 eggs at a time, and a female
can spawn multiple times per
V'AP year for 10 or more years. The
critical factor isn't the number
of egs but the habitat condi-
Sit t ?enable young fish to
survive and eventually
:.spawn. Each adult fish
/ only needs to replace itself
once to keep the popula-
S tion stable.
The FWC pioneered an in-
novative habitat improve-
ment tool that included drawing
the lakes down to expose the bot-
tom and simulate a more natural cycle of
droughts and wet years, thus allowing
the lake to purge itself. Subsequent re-
finements of the drawdown technique
yielded conditions more suitable for
bass, bream and crappie spawning, and
new regulations have helped these fish-
eries flourish. The string of Classic


records that were broken this February
reflects the success of these FWC conser-
vation efforts.
Although tournaments have their';
share of critics, they generate a great
deal of attention and interest in recre-
ational fishing. Television coverage of
the Classic attracted. 95'million viewers.
Al.o.. in case_. f* d J! .'i' heard the
news, the first'f W 0angTlfs'to buy a
five-year freshwater fishing license be-
tween now and the end of April will re-
ceive a package of free fishing equip-
ment in the mail automatically. Licenses
cost $61.50, and anglers can check
MyFWC.com/Fishing to find out if the
offer still is in effect and to find up-to-
date fishing sites and forecast informa-
tion.
Shakespeare, Berkley. Central Florida
Visitors Bureau:, and 'Legend Labs are
among sponsors providing a' free soft-
side tackle box, Gulp baits, hooks, bait
saver and even a fishing towel. All li-
cense sales support fish and wildlife
conservation in Florida.


Special-opportunity hunt

applications available today

The Florida Fish and ducted to select hunters.
Wildlife Conservation Hunters can improve their.
Commission (FWC) will chances' of being selected
accept applications May 9 'by submitting as many
through June 14 for 2006-, Inon-refundable $5 appli-
07 special-opportunity cations as they want. The
deer, hog and released cost of the hunts for se-
quail hunts. Applications elected applicants ranges
will' be available begin- from $50 to $175.
ning April 20 from FWC V i ; i' t
regional offices, and at MyFWC.com/hunting for
MyFWC.com. ; more information on how
Special-opportunity to apply for special-op-.
hunts: offer hunters, vast portunityhunt permits.
areas, abundant
game, low hunter
quotas and excellent
chances to bag quality
deer, hogs and released
quail on select wildlife
management areas
throughout Florida.
Based on past years, de-
mand for these hunts is
greater than the number
of available slots, so a
random drawing is con-

Walk the talkwith WAIT

during the Rodeo Parade


The Abstinence 'Aware-
ness Committee and 4the
Why Abstinence Informa-
tion Team (WAIT) team in-
vite you to take a radical
stand against teen pregnan-
cies and STD's by walking
with them in the Rodeo Pa-
rade on Saturday,' May 6.


,The parade line-up is at 1.
p.m. at the arena for the 2
p.m. start and will end at
the park.
For more information or
to register' call 638-1661 or
v i ,s i t
judytrex@bellsouth.net.


The Hamilton County Riding

Club monthly meetings.


The Hamilton County
Riding Club holds its
monthly meeting and
games on the first Satur-
day of every month at 1
p.m. at the HamiltoAn
County Arena. New mem-
bers are welcomed.
A Trail Ride and Dinner
is held the third Saturday
of every month at 2 p.m.


The location is announced,
at the monthly meeting on
the first Saturday. of the,
month. ,
Hamilton County Riding
Club's 33rd Champi-
onship Rodeo will be on.
May 6 and May 7, 2006, be-
ginning at 8 p.m., at the
Hamilton County Arena in
Jasper.


Bird walks held monthly at

Suwannee River State Park


The Friends of the
Suwannee River State' Park,
located 13 miles west of
Live Oak on US 90, will
hold their monthly birding
walks on Saturday, June 24,


July 22 and August 26. The
walks will begin at 8 a.m.
An entrance fee is required.
For more information call
850-971-5354, or visit
wbs@surfbest.net.


Ten Star All Star Basketball Camp


Applications are now be-
ing evaluated for The Ten
Star All Star Summer Bas-
ketball Camp. The Camp is
by; invitation only. Boys
'and girls ages 10 .through
19 are eligible to apply.
Past participants include
Michael Jordan, Tim Dun-
can, Vince Carter, Jerry
Stackhouse, Grant Hill and
Antawn Jamison. Players
from 50 states and 18 for-


eign countries attended
the 2005 camp. College
Basketball Scholarships
are possible for players se-
lected to the All-American
Team.
Camps are located in
Babson Park, Fla.,
Gainesville, Ga., and sev-
eral other areas of the
United States.
For a free brochure call
704-373-0873 at anytime.


Ninth Annual Open Bass

Tournament set for May 6


sponsored by
the Jasper Volunteer
Fire Fighters

The Jasper Volunteer Fire
Fighters will hold their
Ninth Annual Open Bass
Tournament at the Bienville
Plantation in White Springs
on Saturday, May 6. A $200


entry fee is required.
First place prize is $2,500;
big bass prize is $500. All
prizes based on full field of*
100 boats. Prizes pro-rated
for more or less boats.
The tournament is direct-
ed by Southern Shiners Inc.
For more information call
792-2181 or 792-2211.


Hamilton County


Rodeo events


The Hamilton County
Rodeo will hold the
Rodeo Queen contest on
Saturday, April 29, at 8
p.m., at the Hamilton
County Arena. FFA BBQ
dinners will be sold at the
arena beginning at 5 p.m.
No admission.
fee.
The Hamilton
County PCA
Rodeo will be Fri-
day, May 5, and
Saturday, May 6,
at 8 p.m. Ad-
vance tickets are
$8; tickets at the
gate will be $10.
The rodeo pa-
rade will be May
6. Line-up is at 1
p.m. at the are- 2005 Mi
na and the pa- Jarmillo.
rade begins at 2 Queen A
p.m. It will end


at the park.
Cowboy Up in the city
park will be held Satur-
day, May 6, from 10 a.m.
until 5 p.m. There will be
food and craft vendors
and many activities for
young and old.


iss Rodeo Queen Chelsey
and runner-up Miss Rodeo'
Lshley Marshall
(Photo Submitted)


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Antique Tractor and Engine Show


Antique tractors and
other farm equipment
putt-putted and chug-
chugged throughout
Stephen Foster Folk
Cultural Center State
Park in White Springs
on Friday, March 31
and Saturday, April 1.
Tractors of all sizes as
well as machines for
corn grinding and
shingle milling were
on display during the


18th Antique Tractor
and Engine Show. Col-
lections of old hand
tools, machine parts
and other farm gadgets
were arrayed on tables.
Vendors offered items
old and new for sale.
And, of course, there
was food barbeque,
Italian sausage, kettle
corn and root beer
floats.
Staff Photos


A late arrival with his antique tractor and modern ATV.


Can she do it?


Old-fashioned home appliances.


An antique railway work car.


Attention Seniors of

the Class of 2006

If you did not have your senior
picture taken by Ben Daniel of
Jasper Studios, then please
bring a photo to The Japer News
office, located at 105 NE 2nd
Ave. in Jasper, by Monday, May
1, by 5 p.m. to be included in
the special senior seciton in
May.


For more informaiton contact
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Herb and Betty Zobel enjoy
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9T" ANNUAL OPEN BASS TOURNAMENT
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May 6, 2006
Directed by SOUTHERN SHINERS INC.
$200 Entry Fee (includes BIG BASS) 3 Fish Limit
**FIRST PLACE $ 2,500**
2nd $1500 5th- $600 8th $300 11th- 15th $150
3" $1000 6" $500 9th $250 16th- 20"t- $100
4th- $700 7th- $400 10th- $200
BIG BASS 1st $500 2nd $300
(Only one Big Bass paid out to one boat)
**All prizes based on full field of 100 boats. Prizes pro-rated for more or less boats.**
Mail/bring your completed entry form with check or money order (Do not mail cash) payable to:
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Editor's note: The Jasper
News prints the entire arrest
record each week. If your name
appears here and you are later
found not guilty or the charges
are dropped, we will be happy
to make note of this in the
newspaper when judicial proof

Jasper Legals
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 2006-84-DR
Division: Family
SHEILA GRITZ NATION
Petitioner
and
JOHN DAVID NATION
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: (name of Respondent) JOHN DAVID NA-
TION
(Respondent's last know address) unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been
filed against you and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to it on Sheila Gritz Nation whose address is
P.O. Box 601, Jasper, Florida 32052 on or be-
fore April 27, 2006, and file.the original with
the clerk of this Court at 207 NE First Street,
Jasper, FL 32052 before service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, in-
cluding orders, are available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. You may review these
documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office notified of your current address. (You
may file Notice of Current Address, Florida
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law
Rules of Procedure, requires certain automat-
ic disclosure of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in sanctions, in-
cluding dismissal or striking of pleading.
Dated: March 24, 2006.
Greg Godwin
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Cynthia Johnson
Deputy Clerk
3/30, 4/6,4/13,4/20


is presented to us by you or
the authorities.
The following abbrevia-
tions are used below:
DAC Department of
Agriculture Commission
DOA Department of
Agriculture
DOT Department of
Transportation
FDLE Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforcement
FHP Florida Highway
Patrol
FWC Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission
HCDTF Hamilton
County Drug Task Force
HCSO Hamilton Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office
JAPD Jasper Police De-


Jasper Legals


Legal Notice
Madison Superstorage, 401 Martin Luther
King Drive, Madison, Florida and Jasper Su-
perstorage, 1213 US HWY 129N, Jasper,
Florida, will have a liquidation sale on delin-
quent storage units on May 1, 2006. Storage
units to be sold will be, in Madison are, Sher-
ard Baynard Unit 8B, Angela Humphry Unit
6A. In Jasper, Brandy Norris, Unit 48, Ida
Johnson Unit 6, Crystal Bristol Unit 43. Con-
tents are believed to be household objects. In-
terested buyers please contact our office at
850-973-2215 before April 30, 2006 for infor-
mation in placing bids.
4/20, 4/27
NOTICE OF HEARING
The Hamilton County School Board will con-
duct a public hearing during the regular board
meeting on Monday, May 8, 2006. The meet-
ing will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will be held in
the Board Room of the school district adminis-
tration building in Jasper, Florida. The purpose
of the hearing is to consider the adoption of
School Board Rule 2.95 "Wellness Policy."
Reason for adopting: to comply with Federal
guidelines
Authority: 1001.41, 1003.42, 1003.46,
1006.06, F.S.; P.L. 108.265 (204)
Estimated economic impact: minimal
A complete copy of this rule is available for re-
view at the office of the Superintendent of
Schools; Jasper, Florida.
HAMILTON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
By: Harry J. Pennington
Superintendent
If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board, with respect to any matter
considered at this hearing, that person will
need a record of the proceedings; and forsuch
purpose that person may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is make,
which record includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.
4/20


apartment
JNPD Jennings Police
Department
OALE Office of Agricul-
tural Law Enforcement
P&P Probation and Pa-
role
SCSO Suwannee Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office
WSPD White Springs
Police Department

April 10, Oliver W.
Young Sr., 52; 10570 Moore
St., White Springs; in serv-
ing 72 hours; HCSO.
April 10, John V. Steele,
35; 7263 38th Ave., Jasper;
grand theft; HCDTF.
April 10, Pinkie L. Law-
sort, 53; 1698 Sunrise Dr.,
White Springs; violation of


probation; WSPD.
April 10, Mary M. Gar-
ganus, 60; 4407 NW 24th
Ave., Jasper; battery; JNPD.
April 10, Carmon L Gar-
ganus, 34; 1390 Bee St., Jen-
nings; battery; JNPD.
April 11, Charles J.
Speights, 21; P.O. Box 922,
Jasper; battery; JAPD.
April 11, Walter E. Weise,
41; 206 5th St. SW, Jasper;
bond revoked; HCSO.
April 12, Courtney T.
Davis, 22; 4103 US HWY
129, Jasper; trafficking
methamphetamine over 14
grams; HCSO.
April 12, Jonny Santiago,
26; 3114 US HWY 41, Jen-
nings; no valid driver's li-
cense, resisting arrest with-


out violence, giving false
information; FHP.
April 12, Danyelle G.
Lyons, 25; 13534 Peace
Blvd., Spring Hill, Fla.; pos-
session of controlled sub-
stance (cocaine); HCSO.
April 13, Kelvin C.
Young, 50; 16828 Mill St.,
White Springs; warrant for
non child support, aggra-
vated battery, criminal mis-
chief, hold for Suwannee
County Sheriff's Office for
violation of probation;
HCSO.
April 13, John L. Land,
25; 8160 NE 35th Ave.,
High Springs, Fla.; bond re-
voked for violation of pro-
bation; HCSO.
April 14, Annie C. Gude,


58; P.O. Box 1195, Jasper;
attaching tag not assigned;
HCSO.
April 14, Lawyer R. West,
19; 568 NW Easy St., Lake
City, Fla.; in to serve sen-
tence; DOC.
April 14, Joel C. Evans'
38; 10 Still House Rd.
Franklin, N.C.; hold for Bay
County Sheriff's Office for
child support; HCSO.
April 16, Gregory A. Co-
hen, 40; 15723 SE 102nd
Trail, White Springs; dri-
ving while license suspend-
ed, attaching tag not as,-,
signed; HCSO.
April 16, Jimmy W. Pow-
ell, 51; 10016 SE 154th
Place, White Springs; as-
sault; HCSO.


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Encephalitis cases start early in Florida


Florida Agriculture
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is urging horse
owners to vaccinate their
horses against Eastern
Equine Encephalitis (EEE)
and West Nile Virus
(WNV) as mosquito season
gets under way. Four cases
of EEE have already been
confirmed in Florida since
January one as recently as
last week even though the
first cases are not usually
seen until May.
Bronson says the majori-
ty of cases can be prevent-
ed through proper vaccina-
tions and booster shots
against mosquito borne ill-
nesses and he is reminding
horse owners that' now is
the time to take action.
"Last year there were 150
reported cases of EEE
across 43 counties, triple
the number from the year
before when 48 cases of the
disease reported impacting
27 counties," Bronson said.
"Now that mosquito sea-
sonzis upon its, it is critical
that .horse .owners take:


steps to protect their ani-
mals. We have already
seen some EEE cases due
to the relatively warm win-
ter and'we need to ensure
that these cases are kept to
a minimum."
EEE is a viral disease that
affects the central nervous
system and is transmitted
to horses by infected mos-
quitoes. Signs of the virus
include fever, listlessness,
stumbling, circling, coma
and usually death. The dis-
ease is fatal in horses in 90
percent of the cases.
Bronson says he is
pleased that no cases of
WNV have been reported
so far this year, and WNV
cases have continued to_
drop over the years since a
vaccination against the dis-
ease became available in
2001.
"There was a lot of atten-
tion paid to WNV when it
was first discovered in
Florida in 2000. Horse
owners did a very good job
in protecting their animals
from this disea-se.' \e want'


to be sure they are just as
aggressive in protecting
horses against EEE," Bron-
son said.
The Department and the
state's numerous mosquito
control districts have
strengthened their surveil-
lance, control and preven-
tion measures in order to.
be better prepared for mos-
quito-borne illnesses.


There are ongoing efforts'
to keep the mosquito pop-
ulations down but because.
there is no fool proof
method to prevent the dis-
eases, vaccinations are crit-
ical. ,;,
So far this year EEE has
been confirmed in horses
in Columbia, Duval, Mari-
on and Levy counties, all
of which were fatal.


Tourism Task Force,


meetings.,

There will be a telecon-
ference meeting of The,
Original Florida Tourism
Task Force at 10 a.m. on
Friday, April 21. The
meeting will be held at the
Columbia County Emer-
gency Management Build-
ing (Columbia County),
Lake City.
There will be a second
t.lec-onference me(_ing .fr.


in April

Task Force's POW \\OW
FAM trip committee at 11i
a.m. on Tuesday, April 25;
Interested persons can g6'
to the Columbia Emer-
gency Management Build'-
ing.
For more information
contact Jayne Moraski at
352-955-2200, ext. 106, or
e m a i -
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White Springs






By Johnny Bullard


The weather for the Easter
weekend was "Chamber of
Commerce" of weather -
clear blue skies, warm, and
just glorious. I enjoyed
every moment of the Easter
weekend, and I sincerely
hope all of my readers en-
joyed theirs as well.
On Friday, good friends,
Ken and Nancy Buchanan,
Loxahatchee, along with
Ken's mother, and a large
group of assorted family
members traveled up to the
Suwannee shore and spent
the weekend at the cabins
over at Stephen Foster. On
Saturday evening, all of
family members, except me,
join the Buchanan's down in
White Springs for a chicken
pilau and lots of fun and
laughter. Ken and Nancy
are major contributors to
our annual Folk Festival as
well as many other events.'
We always enjoy our visits
with them. In addition to the
Bullard family, the
Buchanans were joined on
Saturday evening by Nora
Lang, White Springs. Nancy
and Nora worked together a*
number of years ago in Palm
Beach County small world.
Speaking of Stephen Fos-
ter, many thanks to all the
staff members at. Stephen
Foster and especially to Pat
Cromer, Museum Guide,
and Larry Hoover, special
program assistant, for all
their hard work in making
our 39th annual Easter Sun-
rise Service on Sunday,
April 16, a huge success. Ap-
proximately 200 worshipers
gathered on the East lawn of.
the carillon tower to hear the
joyous Easter message and
what a message it was.
Participants included:
Rev. Randy Ogbum, White
Springs Mayor Joseph
McKire, Jerry Lawrence
Bullard, Rev. Fred Scippio,
Sweet Home Baptist
Church, choirs of: Zion
Temple Holiness, New
Bethel A.M.E.; Sweet Home,
New Jerusalem -and Beulah
Baptist Churches, St. Luke's
Freewill Baptist Church, and
Greater Poplar Springs Bap-
tist Church 'of Jasper,,
Earnestine Johnson, Florine
Roberts, Neiw Jerusalem
Baptist 'Church, Rev. Stan
and Ruth Johnson, Suwah-
nee Church of the Nazarene
of White Springs, Amanda


Bullard, Rev. Ron Thomp-
son, First Baptist Church of
White Springs, Ella S. Tay-
lor, New Jerusalem Baptist
Church, Mae Frances Mar-
shall, Zion Temple Holiness
Church, Rev. Rickey Hutch-
erson and me. Students
from Hamilton County
High School, Mario Griffin
and Mariah Harrington,
volunteered their time to as-
sist us, and we appreciate
them.
Following the service, re-
freshments were served in
the carillon auditorium. The
program also featured caril-
lon concerts on the tower's
97 bell carillon system be-
fore and after the Easter
program. Again, many
thanks to' everyone who
made this outstanding and
memorable program a suc-
cess!!!
One who never fails me
on Easter Sunday is Lovely
Mae Williams. Lovely Mae,
like me, is a native of White
Springs, and we love the
sandy soil of our beloved
Hamilton County. Happy
belated birthday wishes to
Lovely Mae who recently
celebrated the 34th anniver-
sary of her 39th birthday.
She is one of the youngest
individuals for her age that I
know. I love her, and she is
a dear and cherished friend.
I wish her many, many
more happy birthdays!!!
Our sympathy is extend-
ed to the family of Mr. Joe
Lee Goodbread, Jasper.
Mrs. "Vi", Sheryl, and all
the family are in our


prayers. Mr. Goodbread
was a member of one of this
county's pioneer families.
The history of the Good-
bread family in north Flori-
da is a very interesting one.
Descended from a family
who came to Florida from
Cumberland Island, Ga., the
Goodbread's were promi-
nent, early citizens of this
section, owning and control-
ling vast amounts of land
and served in prominent
business and governmental
capacities during Florida's
early statehood and even
during territorial times.
Some members of this fami-
ly included: the late Lassie
Goodbread Black and Nettie
Black Ozaki, Lake City, Mrs.
Joe "Lizzie" McAlpin, White
Springs, as well as the late
Frank and Clyde Wiggins,
White Springs. Mr. Good-
bread meant a lot to the de-
velopment of the state, and
he loved Hamilton County.
He leaves a void in our com-
munity. Graveside services
were conducted for Mr.
Goodbread April 17, at
Evergreen Cemetery, Jasper.
Congratulations to all the
members of the Soccer
League in White Springs. I
have enjoyed reading about
your accomplishments and
seeing your photographs in
the newspaper. Kudos to
"CoAch" Brad Hall, as well
as all the other adults in our
community who help with
soccer. You, are appreciated.
Mrs. Delores Howell's
fourth grade class at South
Hamilton Elementary, in as-
sociation with the Stephen
Foster, has restored the but-
terfly garden, located in
front of the State of Florida's
Nature and Heritage
Tourism Center. Many
thanks to Pat Cromer, Muse-
um Guide for all her hard
work with this project, as
well as to everyone at
Stephen Foster, including,


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park manager, Barbara
Roberts, and assistant park
manager, Sandra Cashes.
We appreciate the fact that
our park works hand in
hand with our local school.
Speaking of the park, and
in White Springs, our mind
is ever "far, far away from
it" as it were. Don't forget to
mark your calendars for the
weekend of May 26 through
28, as this will be the 54th
annual Florida Folk Festival
featuring country and west-
ern music star Roseanne
Cash, daughter of the late
Johnny Cash. The Florida
Folk Festival is the oldest
state sponsored folk festival
in the nation. For more in-
formation, call at 397-2733.
Elaine McGrath is the pro-
gram coordinator.
Please remember the fol-
lowing in prayer: Virginia
Daniel, J.M. Morgan, Marie
Hickson, Preston Stormant;
Jean Padgett, Dorothy Hill,
Darlene Hall, Billie Payne,
Ralph and Ouida Hardwick,
Ella Taylor, Sarah Thomas,
Verna Mae Johnson, Tom-
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I'll Be Seeing You features

music, history of WWII era
The North Florida Com-
munity College Music De-
partment is proud to pre-
sent its 1940s Musical Re-
vue I'll Be Seeing You at A -4
Van H. Priest Auditorium
on Saturday, April 22, at 7
p.m. Local residents who,
will be performing are
Brain McLain as slider
Luke Johnson and Sen-
tinel Singer Mary Keidel.
The performance is free
and open to the public,
but donations will be ac-
cepted to benefit music Brian McLain plays a sol-
scholarships at the Col- dier of the WWII era in the
lege. For more informa- NFCC Music Department's
tion, contact the NFCC I'll Be Seeing You 1940s
Music Department at 850- musical revue April 22 at
Music Department at 850- Van H. Priest Auditorium.
973-1643 or email Mu- Van H. Priest Auditorium.
sic@nfcc.edu. Photo Submitted


Townsend, Suwannee
County, Melvin Sheppard,
Lake City, our state, our na-
tion, and our "own" Hamil-
ton County.
Quote for the week Spo-
ken at Mr. Joe Goodbread's
funeral, and I thought it was
pretty good. When people
stay too long for an evening
visit, Mr. Goodbread would
sometimes say to Mrs. "Vi"
- "Vi, let's go ahead and go
to bed so these good people


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Celebrate Earth Day

in White Springs April 22


North Hamilton Awards for the third quarter


Celebrate Earth Day on
Saturday, April 22, from 9
a.m. until 4 p.m. in White
Springs, with folk art, yard
art, herbs, crafts, home-
made soaps and oil, jellies,
plants and lots of fun stuff
for the entire family.
A ;ilent auction will in-
clude items made or craft-
ed by the local artisans.
Gardening demonstrations
will be taking place
throughout the day. White
Springs Methodist Church


will be selling Chicken Pi-
lau Dinners.
Proceeds form the Festi-
val will go to the White
Springs Beautification
Committee for projects
around the town. The
White Springs Beautifica-
tion Committee is chaired
by Master Gardener Judy
Pruitt.
For more information
call Janet Moses at 397-
4163 or Judy Pruitt at 397-
4237.


Kiwanis Club of Jasper 2006

Suwannee River Rat Race
The Kiwanis Club of Jasper will hold the 2006 Suwannee
River Rat Race on Saturday, May 13, at the Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park located on HWY 129 on the Suwan-
nee River. Tickets are $2 each or three for $5. See any
Jasper Kiwanis Member for tickets.

Four Freedoms Festival


-A-

AR Awards at North Hamilton Elementary: (I to r) Catherine Moffses second grade, Ashlyn Brady third grade,
Matthew Latham fourth grade, Danielle Hill fifth grade, and Jeread Bass sixth grade. Photo Submitted


displays at tl
The Mansion, officially
known as the NFCC Ward-
law-Smith-Goza Confer-
ence Center, will be the set-
ting for many displays and
exhibits at the Four Free-
doms Festival, on Saturday,
April 22, from 11 a.m. until
3 p.m. This will include a
quilt show, flower exhibit,
dessert bake-off contest
and antique farm home and


he Mansion
machinery exhibit.
Admission is free of
charge, but donations are
welcome. The Mansion, is
located on U.S. Highway 90
in Madison.
For more information
contact Maria Greene,
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Con-
ference Center coordinator,
850-973.9432 or email
GreeneM@nfcc.edu.


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dra Alvarez (not pictured). The Principal's Award went to Jordan White. Photo Submitted


NHE's Fifth Annual

Showcase of Talent
The stars come out at
North Hamilton Elemen-
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case of Talent on Monday,
May 8, at the NHE auditori-
um at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $3 per person.
Spaghetti dinners will be
served in the lunchroom
for $5 at 6:30 p.m. Get the
show and the dinner for $6.
Special guest will be Ted-
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Submitted


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April 20 Hamilton County Trojan Baseball Senior night at
the Frederick T. Mickler Baseball Field (HCHS) at 5 p.m.

April 22 Earth Day celebration in White Springs from 9
a.m. until 4 p.m. For more information call 397-4163 or
397-4237.

April 22 First Annual Dinner Theater at the First Baptist
Church of White Springs at 6 p.m. For tickets call Cheryl
Skipper at 397-4066 or Anna Dees at 397-2214.

April 25 HCHS Trojan Baseball Team hosts Class 3A
District III Baseball Tournament at 4 p.m and 7 p.m.

April 27 Hamilton County Brotherhood meeting at Bright
Pond Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Bring a covered dish.

April 29 Hamilton County Rodeo Queen Contest at the
Hamilton County Arena at 8 p.m. No admission charge.
FFA BBQ dinners will be sold beginning,at 5 p.m.

May 2 The Hamilton County High School Class of 1988
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May 5-6 Hamilton County PCA Rodeo at the Hamilton
County Arena at 8 p.m.

May 8 Fifth Annual Showcase of Talent at North Hamilton
Elementary at 7 p.m. $3 per person. Tickets available at
NHE office. Spaghetti Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.

May 9 Ninth Annual Bass Tournament sponsored by the
Jasper Fire Department. A $200 entry fee required. For
more information call 792-2181 or 792-2211.

May 13 The Kiwanis Club of Jasper presents the 2006
Suwannee River Rat Race at Suwannee River Music
Park. Tickets.can be purchased from any Kiwanis
member.


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Saving the Human Experience


The Institute on World War II &
the Human Experience is a good
place for remembering and learn-
ing. A lot of people come to do
both.
In a building on the campus of
Florida State University (FSU),
men and women from the Atlanta
World War II Roundtable browse
among glass cabinets filled with
photographs and artifacts from
the worst war the world has
ever known.
"I was there," said one veter-
an, leaning close and looking
through thick glasses. "The Bat-
tle of the Bulge. I was lucky to
survive it."
Another veteran points to a
bulky 4 x 5 speed graphic cam-


WORLD
WAR II: Institute on World
War II & the Human Expe-
rience Senior Archivist
and Historian Joan E.
Denman preserves World
War II history for future
generations.
Photo: Submitted


* era in another case, and talks about the photographers
who accompanied the armies in Europe and the Pacific.
"You had to get close with these cameras," he said.
"There were not any zoom lenses. And if you got too
close, you died. Like Ernie Pyle and the others."


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The veterans are old now. Many
walk with canes, or are pushed in
wheelchairs. Many talk about what ,-
they did in the war; many still can't .
talk about it. They are the mem-
bers of Tom Brokaw's "Greatest
Generation," the ones who sur-
vived the Great Depression, won
the war, and then built the peace.
They are here to remember.
Down the hall, in another INSTITUTE
room, student researchers are ON WORLD WAR II &
studying letters, photographs THE HUMAN EXPERI-
and diaries, for the next genera- ENCE: Dr. William Oldson
tion of dissertations and books. is director of the Insti-
They are young college students. tute. Photo: Submitted
Most of them can't remember Ho
Chi Minh, much less Admiral Yamamoto. They're trying
to make sense of a war that occurred years before they
were born, a war that, nevertheless, affected their lives
profoundly.
"I think a lot of people, back in 1997, wondered why we
were creating the Institute," said Dr. William Oldson, di-
rector of the Institute. "Why an institute devoted solely to
World War II?"
"Some people thought
Tom Brokaw was being aw-
fully pretentious when he
came up with the term, "The
Greatest Generation," Old-
son said. "But it is awfully
hard to think of another gen-
eration in this country's his-
tory that did so much against
so many challenges. All of us
stand on their shoulders."
And now they are dying,
more than 1,200 a day. While
movies, books, and more re-
cently, the National Memori-
al in Washington, D.C. have
all attempted to say thank
you, Oldson had something
else in mind: a "living
memorial," a place Where
sdholari' and tuLldent dciuld
come and study the actual
1TH STREET documentation of the age. A
,- museum and repository of.
",, artifactS, letters, diaries, pho-
c o tos, oral history transcripts,'
/ and most of all memories. A
Place where the humanity


embedded in the horror could
be -celebrated. So far, more than /
7,000 individual collections
have been presented to the In-
stitute, collections offering a
first hand view of what it was
like on the front line, on the
home front, and everywhere in a
between.
In June 2001, NBC News An-
chor Tom Brokaw donated DONATIONS
over a hundred boxes over- WELCOME: Clarence Inniss
flowing with letters, pho- served in the 3877th Quar-
tographs, manuscripts, and termaster Gas Supply Cornm-
books he received from veter- pany in the ETO.
ans for his own research oin the Photo: Clarence Inniss
Greatest Generation. More re- collection, Institute on World War
cently, a concerted effort to II and the Human Experience
collect the memories of
African-Americans who served in a segregated military


has reaped dozens
of interviews.
Also, the Insti-,
tute has reached
out to the thou-
sands of women
who served in
the military; the
nurse corps, or
participated on'
the home front.
"Everyone's
story is impor-
tant," states Joan
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archivist. "But,
too often minori-
ties and women
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looked or ig-


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rld War II has seen its collec-
[ucers for the highly successful
ry Channel, "The Color of
collections; as have numerous
archers. Often, students prepar-
ys travel to view the collections.
thing new is donated to the
color paintings by a soldier.in
mpaigns, stored in a closet for
photographs from a sailor on the
e-made American flag sewn by
a 23 year-old woman antici-
pating the arrival of Ameri-
can G.I.s in her native Lux-
embourg; and letters, thou-
sands of letters, from service
members writing home and
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ters that share fear, aaid un-
certainty, and grief, and joy.,
Lives are frozen in those let-
ters. It is history. It is us,
who we were and who we
became.
"Of all the people who
come and use the Institute,
it is the veterans who mpve
me most," Oldson says.
"They were used to hard-,
ship, you know. Most peo-
ple reared during the De-
pression were. So many of
them have never talked
about the war, didn't think
they should talk about it be-
cause they were just doing
what they were supposed
to. Then they come here and
something seems to move
inside of them, and they re-
alize what extraordinary
lives they lived. And,what
they did. Maybe a true hero
is somebody who doesn't
know that he is."
To donate documents,
photographs, artifacts, and
other wartime memorabilia,
to make a monetary contri-
bution or gift in
honor / memory of someone,
or for more information,
contact the Institute at 850-
644-9033, e-mail
ww2@ww2.fsu.edu or write
the Institute on World War
II & the Human Experience,
Florida State University,
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2200.
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Today!
April 19
Office hours with Congressman Boyd's
staff in Live Oak and
Branford
A member of Congressman Allen Boyd's (D-North Florida)
staff will be visiting Live Oak and Branford on the third
Wednesday of every month so the people of Suwannee Coun-
ty have the opportunity to personally discuss issues concern-
ing them. Congressman Boyd's staff is trained to assist con-
stituents with a variety of issues relating to various federal
agencies. It is important to Congressman Boyd that his staff
is available for those who are not able to travel to either his
Panama City or Tallahassee offices. Office hours with Con-
gressman Boyd's staff this month will be Wednesday, April
19, from 9:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m., Live Oak City Hall, Live
Oak and from 1-2:30 p.m., Town Hall, Council Chambers,
Branford.

Thursday!
April 20 %
NFCC will conduct College
Placement Tests (CP T)
North Florida Community collegee will conduct College
Placement Tests (CPT) on computer on at 8:30 a.m., 1:30
p.m. and 6 p.m., ThursdayX!April 20, in the NFCC Testing
Center (Bldg. No. 16) on 'the Madison campus. Persons, tak-
ing the tests will be required to register in NFCC Student
Services 24 hours before? testing. Info/registration: 850-973-
9451. '

Thursday!
April 20
Branford Camera Club meeting
The Branford C|imera Club will meet at 7:30 p.m., Thurs-
day, April 20, at tile Branford public library to share recent
photography inform ation and experiences. Mallory Swamp
field trip photos of pring activity will be shared and Dick
Bryant and Gilbert Bernardo will provide a wedding portrait
workshop with a li ve model available. Note: guest speaker
for Thursday, May) 18 will be Brian Ainsworth, owner of Har-
mon's and Flair Pr o Color Labs in Gainesville and with 54
years professional experience in photography. He will talk
about digital versu s film. Members welcome your questions
about your equipl -ent; bring your new to you equipment and
manuals to the meeting and enjoy an interesting evening with
fellow enthusia ts; Info: Chair, Carolyn Hogue, 386-935-
2044;' Technic 1 Consultants: Gilbert Bernardo, 386-935-
0340; Dick Br ant, 386-935-1977; and Dick Madden, 386-
935-0296.

Th u rs/day
April fo
SI-S Advisory Council meeting
Auwannee High School Advisory Council will meet at 6
Vm., Thursday, April 20, in the student activities room.
Agenda includes approval of mini-grant applications and re-
view of district mission/belief statement. All interested stu-
dents, parents, teacher and community members are invited
to attend..

Thursday!
April 20 '
Obedience/Canine
Good Citizen Classes
First Class starts Thursday, April 20, at Winn-Dixie parking
lot in Live Oak. Classes run for six weeks Beginner/puppy.
class: 6:15 to 7 p.m.-$30; Intermediate/drill classes (fun),
7:15 to 8:15 p.mp.-$35, repeat student discounted price $25.
Class sizes will be limited, so please sign up soon! Please
bring proof of rabies shots. These classes are offered through
Suwannee Valley Kennel Club, Inc. Info/registration: Brett
Deutsch, 386-647-6344. t

Thursday-
Saturday
April 20-22 M
NFCC Quilt Show 9W
NFCC Quilt Show will be
held from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Thursday-Saturday, April 20-
22, at Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center in Madi- ,
son; Show organizers ask area : A
quilt owners to offer to dis- ,I
play new or old quilts. Cost: '4. I
Free; Info: 850-973-9432, e- ,
mailgreenem@nfcc.edu. W o ke I

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April 20-22
Suwannee River l t
Jam at Spirit of the ''
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Suwannee River Jam will be .'


held Thursday-Saturday, April
20-22, at Spirit of the Suwan-
nee Music Park, US 129 ,
North, Live Oak. Scheduled to
perform: Montgomery Gentry,
Carrie Underwood, Miranda
Lambert, Jason Aldean, John
Anderson, Cledus T. Judd,
John Berry, Mel McDaniel "" ,"
and Ray Scott. Tickets: $75
before April 167$85 after or at


gate. Info/tickets/camping reservations: 386-364-1683, toll-
free 800-224-5656, www.musicliveshere.com.


Friday-Sunday
April 21-23
SHS class of 1954 will
hold 52nd reunion
The Suwannee High School graduating class of 1954 will
hold its 52nd reunion celebration Friday-Sunday, April 21-23,
at Camp Weed Conference Center, east of Live Oak. All
classmates have been contacted and invited to attend the af-
fair. Info: Erma Evans-Parker, 904-221-1203 or Ken Voyles,
678-522-9098.

Saturday
April 22
SHS classes of 1940-1945 reunion
Suwannee High graduates of the first five of the 1940s
"war years" invite you to join the class of 1941 and 1943 in
memories of the old days. Meet over lunch, $15, froin 11:30
a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, April 22, at Sheryl's Buffet. To count
you in, call Raymond Carver, 386-658-1354 or Juanita Ward,
386-776-1271.

Saturday
April 22
Metropolitans present
barbershop harmony
The. Metropolitans proudly presents its "Barbershop Har-'
mony Musical Tribute Honoring our Fallen Heroes of the US
Armed Forces" at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 22, at Advent
Christian Village in Rumph Pavilion at Camp Suwannee.
Tickets $7. The Metropolitans are the 2005 Sunshine District
Chorus Champions and the 2006 Sunshine District Interna-
tional Chorus Representatives. Info/tickets: 386-658-5200.

Saturday
April 22
Colin P. Kelly Freedom Run
Colin P. Kelly Freedom Run will be held beginning at 7:30
a.m., Saturday, April 22, at Four Freedoms Festival, Madison.
Info: 850-973-1637 or e-mail belld@nfcc.edu.

Saturday
April 22
FAMU offers meat
goat training course
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A PM.Ur i.ll.-sponsor j meat goat tiltining course from 9
a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, April 22, at the FAMU Research Farm
in Quincy. Cost $5. Registration required. Topics/speakers:
"Pasture Management" by Godfrey Nurse; "Herd Health
(Diseases in Goats)" by Dr. Pamela Hunter; and "Business
Management" by Sandra Harris. Info/registration: Phillip Pet-
way, 386-362-2771, Angela Jakes', 850-875-8557,
angela.mckenziejakes@famu.edu, Dr. Lawrence Carter, 850-
599-3546, Lawrence.carter@famu.edu, or visit
www.famu.edu/acad/colleges/cesa/coop-goat-prgm.htm.

Saturday
April 22
American Red Cross Infant/Child/Adult
CPR and FA class in
Lake City
American Red Cross of
Suwannee Valley;
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FA class; 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Satur-
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1940s Musical
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NFCC Music Department presents 1940s Musical Revue,
"I'll Be Seeing You" at 7 p.m., Saturday, April 22, in Van H.
Priest Auditorium on the Madison campus; Cost: free, dona-
tions accepted for funding scholarships; Info: 850-973-1643 or
e-mail Music@nfcc.edu.

Saturday
April 22
Exploration class for K-5 students
Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville will of-
fer the final class in its "Amazing Adaptations" exploration
series where kindergarten through fifth grade students can
visit exhibits, make crafts.and stretch their imaginations. The
hands on class entitled, "Squirmy Worms and Things that
Squiggle", from 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, April 22. The cost is
$15 per class for Florida Museum members and $20 for non-
members. Pre-registration is required. Info: 352-846-2000,
ext. 277 or Visit http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/education/chil-
drens classes.htm.

Saturday
April 22
Florida Teacher
Certification Exam (FTCE)
NFCC Educator Preparation Institute (EPI) becomes Flori-
da teacher certification exam site beginning Saturday, April
22, on the campus in Madison; NOTE: Register at least 50
days.preceding exam; Info: FTCE/FELE Registration, P.O.
Box 17900, Tampa, FL 33682-7900, 813-974-2400,
http://www.cefe.usf.edu/, or http://www.fim.edu/doe/sas/ftce-
home.htm.

Saturday-Sunday
April 22-23
Equine Abuse Investigations course
North Florida Horse Rescue Inc. (NFHR) will host a course
targeted to those who need to know the laws pertaining to an-
imal cruelty and rescue issues. The two-day seminar will be
held on Saturday, April 22 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Sunday,
April 23 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Mandarin Community Club,
12447 Mandarin Rd., Jacksonville. Cost per person-$60. Ear-
ly registration is recommended and space is limited. Mail
check payment for course participation to North Florida
Horse Rescue Inc. (NFHR), 5860 Trawick Road, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656. Info/registration: Chris Dunn, 904-626-
1I0 ,:.r 352-478-2412.

Sdturday- Wednesday
April 22-26
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Friends of the Library, Alachua County Library District,
will hold its spring book sale Saturday-Wednesday, April 22-
26, at Friends of the Library Book House, 430 N. Main St.,
Gainesville. Hours: Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, 1-6
p m : Monday-Tuesday, noon-8 p.m., Wednesday, noon-6
p.m. Prices range from 25 cents to $3. Hundreds of thousands
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fications and other items, CDs, art work, posters, games, puz-
zles, etc. Bring your own boxes. All profits benefit Alachua
County Library District and community literacy projects.
Info: 352-375-1676.

Tuesday
April 25
Financial management
course in Lake City
Columbia County Extension Service, 164 SW Mary Ethel
Lane, Lake City, will offer a financial management course
"Building Your Financial Future" from 1-5 p.m., Tuesday,
April 25 and from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Friday, May 19, for
a charge of $10. Course meets bankruptcy debtor education
requirementst. Info/registration: 386-752-5384.

Tuesday
April 25
NFCC will conduct TABE
(Test of Adult Basic Education)
North Florida Community College will conduct TABE
(Test of Adult Basic Education) at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, April
25, at NFCC Testing Center, Building No. 16, on the Madi-
son campus. TABE is required for acceptance into vocation-
al/technical programs. Photo ID required. Pre-registration is
required. Info/registration: 850-973-9451.

Tuesday
April 25
American Red Cross Adult
CPR class in Lake City
American Red Cross of Suwannee Valley; Adult CPR class;
;6-9 p.n., Tuesday,-April 25; 264 NE Hernando Ave., Suite
,102, Lake City. Info: 386-752-0650.

April 27
American Red Cross First
Aid class in Lake City
American Red Cross of Suwannee Valley; First Aid class;
6-9 p.m., Thursday, April 27; 264 NE Hernando Ave., Suite
102, Lake City. Info: 386-752-0650.

April 27
NFCC will conduct College
.Placement Tests (CPT)
North Florida Community College will conduct College


Placement Tests (CPT) on computer on at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30
p.m., Thursday, April 27, in the NFCC Testing Center (Bldg.
No. 16) on the Madison campus. Persons taking the tests will
be required to register in NFCC Student Services 24 hours
before testing. Info/registration: 850-973-9451.

April 27
Extension Cooking School
and Nutrition Seminar
Suwannee County Extension Service will hold its Exten-
sion Cooking School and Nutrition Seminar at 7 p.m., Thurs-
day, April 27, at 1302 Eleventh St., SW, Live Oak; Cost: $2.
Info: 386-362-2771.

April 27
"How to Bid Workshop"
Business Enterprise Center (BEC) will conduct its first
"How to Bid Workshop" for Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison
and Suwannee counties from 6-7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 27,
at the Holiday Inn Express, US 129 North, Live Oak. It is vi-
tal to know how to respond to an invitation to bid, request for
proposal or an invitation-to negotiate in order to increase
your chance for success. Speaker for the workshop will be
Department of Business & Professional Regulations, Pur-
chasing & Records Management Bureau Chief Rhett Frisbie.
Please park behind the hotel. Workshop will be held in the
meeting room. Please be considerate of our host and not ac-
cept personal phone calls through the hQtel. This is a service
BEC provides at no charge to the community. All interested
parties are welcome to attend. Please RSVP for Suwannee,
Hamilton, Lafayette and Madison counties at 386-362-6600
or 816 South Ohio Ave. (Chamber of Commerce Building),
Live Oak, FL 32064.

Thru April 28
Driver's license checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol will conduct driver's license
and vehicle inspection checkpoints through April 28, on
Brown Road, CR 252, CR 252-A, CR 252-B, CR 25-A, SR
47, SR 341, US 441, US 41, CR 245, CR 238, CR 135, Turn-
er Road, SR 100, Trotter's Road, Fairfiel.d Farms Road, CR
250, CR 349, SR 247 and SR 25 in Columbia County; CR
132, CR 136, CR 136-A, CR 137, CR 249, CR 250, CR 252,
CR 349, CR 49, CR 795, SR 20, SR 247, SR 10, SR 51, US
129 and Mitchell Road in Suwannee County; and CR 136, *
CR 152, CR 143, CR 249, CR 137, CR 251, CR 146, CR
135, CR 141, CR 150, CR 145 and US 41, SR 6, SR 25 in
Hamilton County. Recognizing the danger.presented to the
public by defective vehicle equipment, troopers will concen-
trate their efforts on vehicles being operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn tires and defective lighting equip-
ment. In addition, attention will be directed to drivers who
would violate the driver license laws of Florida. The Patrol
has found these checkpoints to be an effective means of en- ..


forcing the equipment and driver's license laws of Florida
while ensuring the protection of all motorists.

April 28
Brunch in honor of victims,
survivors and those who assist them'
Join Suwannee Valley Victims' Assistance Coalition for
brunch at 10 a.m., Friday, April 28, at First United Methodist
Church, Live Oak, as they commemorate National Crime
Victim's Rights Week, April 23-29, to honor victims and sur-
vivors of crime in our community and those who assist them.
Remember: "Victim's Rights: Strength in Unity."

April 28
SHS-NJROTC Alumni Reunion'
Alumni of Suwannee High School (SHS) Naval Junior Re-
serve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program are invited
to come and visit with old friends and classmates from 4-8
p.m., Friday, April 28, in the SHS NJROTC classroom. Burg-
ers, hot dogs and drinks will be served. Info: 386-364-2717.

April 29
Basket-making class;
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park will offer
basics of basket-making class from 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Sat-
urday, April 29, in Craft Square;, Cost: $38. Info/registration:
386-397-1920, www.StephenFoslterCSO.org or www.Flori-
daStateParks.org.

April 29
Relay for Life Poker Runt
First Relay for Life Poker Run will e held Saturday, April
29, starting at The Big Oak Sports Bar aIt 10 a.m. All bikers
(and others) welcome to join this fun event. Barbecue served
at end of run back at The Big Oak. All pr ceeds to. benefit
Relay For Life of Suwannee County. Info:L Ieidi, 386-364-
7815.

April 29
Old Timer's Day at Troy
Springs State Park
You are cordially invited to the second Od Timer's Day at
Troy Springs State Park from 10 a.m. to 2 pi.m., Saturday,
April 29. A day to celebrate your history a) Troy Springs.
Admission is an old photo of Troy Springs, a story or favorite
local recipe oi regular park admission. Remi ember to bring a
covered dish and your lawn chair! Info/RS P: 386-688-3488
or 386-935-4835. Looking forward to seeing you!

April 29
FAMU offers meat
goat training course ,
The Statewide ,at Pro-
gram at Florida A& Un'iver-
sity (FAMU) will spci or a
meat goat training course rom
9 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, Ap1il
29, at the FAMU Research .
Farm in Quincy. Cost $5. Reh-
istration required.
Topics/speakers: "Record
Keeping" by Angela Jakes.
FAMU faculty and staff will
provide hands-on training on
giving herd physical examina-
tions, selecting, evaluating,
breeding stock, FAMACHA,
assessing body condition
scores (BCS), administration
medications, hoof trimming
and much more. Info/registra-
tion: Phillip Petway, 386-362-
2771, Angela Jakes, 850-875-
8557, angela.mckenzie-
jakes@famu.edu, Dr.
Lawrence Carter, 850-599-
3546,
Lawrence.carter@famu.edu, or
visit www.famu.edu/acad/col-
leges/cesa/coop-goat-
prgm.htm.


April 29-30
Mossy Creek
Barnyard Festival
Mossy Creek Barnyard Fes-
tival will-be held from 10
a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday-Sunday,
April 29-30 near Perry, Ga., in
deep piney woods off 1-75,
Exit 142 (Ga..96). Fine arts
and special crafts chosen from
24 states. Over 40 pioneers
demonstrate skills as they
handcraft flintlock rifles,
weave Nantucket baskets,
carve working decoys, cut sil-
houettes and teach how-to-
play mountain dulcimers. Mu-
sic on three stages with Celtic
and country bands. Story-
telling, magic and ventrilo-
quism in Fantasy Forest.
Hayrides and country cooking
with Sweet Adelines singing
as they serve home-churned
ice cream. Tickets $5, adults
and $1, children. Info: 478-
922-8265, www.mossycreek-
festivalcom.


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Shoulders and Back Low back pain treatment with Accu-Spina
technology Computerized dizziness and balance evaluation and
treatment Allergy evaluation and treatment Ultrasound diagnostics,
bone density evaluation Cosmetic BOTOX, dermabrasion
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362-5840 792-0753
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Kimberly M. Broome, O.D.


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101 SW U.S. Hwy. 27, Branford, FL 32008
(386) 935-6905
229 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 32066
(386) 294-3777 226579-F


Man's best friend can help


you fight arthritis


Did you know that the family dog
could be the best thing to happen to
your health? A brisk walk with your
canine companion can help keep you
and your dog fit and can relieve some
of the aches, pains and stiffness
associated with osteoarthritis.
More than 20 million Americans
have osteoarthritis, also known as OA.
OA is a degenerative joint disease that
is characterized by the breakdown of
joint cartilage, with bone eventually
meeting bone. Many of the disease
signs, symptoms and treatments are
similar in both pets and people.
"With proper diet, exercise and
medical treatment, mobility can be
maintained and arthritis pain reduced,"
says Dr. John H. Klippel, president
and CEO of the Arthritis Foundation.
"This means that your twice-daily
walks can help to keep both you and
your pet fit while alleviating pain and
reducing swelling."
Early morning stiffness is a common
sign of arthritis. While the temptation
to rest in order to avoid aggravating
the condition is strong, exercise
actually helps keeping joints
lubricated and strengthening muscles



Physician Referral
800.525.3248




Ophthalmology
GREGORY D. SNODGRASS, M.D.
Located In SHANDS At Live Oak
1100 SW llth St. Live Oak
(904) 373-4300 or 1-800-435-3937

Family Dentistry
HERBERT C.
MANTOOTH, 1
D.D.S, P.A. ,
602 Railroad Ave., Live Oak, FL
(386) 362-6556
1-800-829-6506
(Out of Suwannee County) 226577-F

( EYE CENTER of North Florida
General Eye Care & Surgery
EYE EXAMS -CATARACT SURGERY
GLAUCOMA MACULAR DEGENERATION
*DIABETES LASERS
Eduardo M. Bedoya, MD
Board Certified, American Board of Ophthalmology
Eye Physician & Surgeon


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and cartilage. The stronger the
muscles and tissue are around joints,
the better they will be able to support
and protect those joints even those
weak and damaged by arthritis.
Exercise will help you and your pet:
Keep your joints flexible.
Keep muscles around the joints
strong.
Prevent further deterioration of
bone and cartilage.
Improve your ability to perform daily
activities.
Improve your overall health and
fitness by giving you. more energy -
helping you sleep better, making your
heart stronger and controlling your
weight.
The Arthritis Foundation hosts nearly
300 Arthritis Walks around the country
each year to raise awareness and
funds to fight arthritis, the nation's
number one cause of disability. A
complete schedule can be found at
www.arthritis.org.
"We invite everyone to participate in
our Arthritis Walks," adds Klippel. "We
know people and their pets who enjoy
regular walks will have healthier joints,
brighter spirits and a closer bond."


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Open M-F, 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Walk-ins welcome.
Dr. John Coleman,
Doctor of Podiatry,
available every Thursday.


506 NW 4th Street "',
Jasper, Florida 32052 1
(386) 792-7247
Fax (386) 792-7257
Located next to the hospital


Medicare, Medicaid, and most types of insurance accepted.
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Now seeing patients at Shands at Live Oak
We are a Welcoming New Patients at Anpecializing in:
total care our two offices at: Thrombocylopenia
m e ic l, Bleeding or clotting disorders
medical Shands @ Live Oak or Lake City. Breast Cancer
oncology & Please call (386) 755-1655 :csoloCancer
hematology WaseemKhan,MD. for an appointment or information lplMyeoma
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201 Parshley St. SW
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 362-3778
Fax (386) 362-5376


Medicare, Medicaid, and most
types of insurance accepted.
Open M-F, 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m.
Walk-ins welcome. 25


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Heartlandi
REHABILITATION SERVICES
Sandy Laxton, PTA
PROFESSIONAL TOUCH
PHYSICAL THERAPY
Workers Compensation, Industrial
Rehabilitation, Ergonomic Consultation,
Job/Workers Site Analysis
Orthopedic/Sports Medicine, Pediatrics
Medicare, Medicaid, AvMed & BCBS
Providers
405 11th St., Live Oak, FL 32060
(386)364-5051


Quality First Care
422 NE Lakeshore Terrace
Lake City, FL 32055
(386) 758-6950 '
Fax (386) 758-8018

Medicare, Medicaid, and most
types of insurance accepted.
Open 7 days a week, 9 a.m. 7 p.m.
Walk-ins welcome. 232413-F


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OBGYN


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Shands at LakeShore
Surgeries at:
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& North Florida Regional
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449 SE Baya Dr.
Lake City, FL 32055



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506 NW 4th Street Suite 200
Jasper, Florida 32052 .
Located inside the hospital.
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medical equipment company.
Offering oxygen, nebulizers,
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bathroom equipment,
scooters and more.
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Common Surgical Procedures In Office:
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Condyloma Prostate Ultrasound/Biopsy Bladder
Ultrasound Penil Vascular Studies
Common Surgical Problems In
Hospital or Ambulatory Surgical Center:
* Prostate, Kidney and Bladder Cancer Surgery
* Kidney Stone and Surgery Lithotripsy Microscopic
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Deadline April 30
AADC scholarship
applications available April 1
April 1-30
African American Development Council (AADC) "Find
your Place and Fill It" scholarship applications will be avail-
able beginning Saturday, April 1; deadline to receive applica-
tions Sunday, April 30; interviews of scholarship recipients
will be held at 7:30 p.m., Monday, May 8, at Gethsemane
Church of God in Christ, 917 NE Duval Street, Live Oak;
AADC annual awards program will be held at 7 p.m., Fri-
day, May 12, at Gethsemane Church of God In Christ;
awards program at Suwannee High School (SHS) will be
held at 9 a.m., Wednesday, May 17; SHS graduation will
be held on Saturday, May 20. Info: president Yvonne
Scott, 386-362-2789 or African American Development
Council, P.O. Box 416, Live Oak, FL 32064.

April 30
NFCC Community
Chorus in concert
NFCC Community Chorus will perform in community
concert at 3 p.m., Sunday, April 30, in Grace Presbyter-
ian Church, 1200 N. Washington St., Madison. Co-di-
rected by Drs. Arnold and Rebecca Burkart the chorus
will present an eclectic program of choral works from
the Renaissance to the 21st Century. Cost: free and open
to the public. Info: 850-973-1643 or e-mail
Music@nfcc.edu. '

April 30
Fillyaw family reunion
Fillyaw family reunion will be held at Luraville Com-
munity Center at 1 p.m., Sunday, April 30. Bring a cov-
ered dish and your family. See you there!

Register teams now!
April 28-29
Relay for Life of
Suwannee County
Relay for Life of Suwannee County will be held Fri-
day-Saturday, April 28-29 at Suwannee High School
Track, 1314 Pine Ave. SW, Live Oak. All cancer sur-
vivors and caregivers are invited to attend opening cere-
mony, survivor reception and luminaria ceremony. Sur-
vivor registration begins at 5 p.m., Friday, April 28;
opening ceremony at 6 p.m., followed by survivor recep-
tion and luminaria ceremony at 9 p.m.; teams are invited



Weekly Meetings
Al-Anon/Mayo Al-Anon Group now meets with Banford Al-Anon
Group Tuesdays and Fridays, 7:30 p.m., at First United Methodist
Church on the corner of Express and Henry Streets, Branford. Info:
Barbara, 386-294-3348; Linda, 386-935-5362.
Alcoholics Anonymous Branford Tuesdays, Fridays and Satur-
days, 7:30 p.m., Branford United Methodist Church, Express and Hen-
ry St., Bianford. For more info, call 386-963-5827 or the District 16
Help Line toll-free, 800-505-0702.
Alcoholics Anonymous Live Oak Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fri-
days, 8 p.m., Precinct Voting Building, Nobles Ferry Road, Live Oak.
Info: District 16 Help Line toll-free, 800-505-0702.
Alcoholics Anonymous Mayo Group Sundays, Mondays,
Wednesday and Thursdays at 8 p.m.; Manna House, Pire Street, Mayo.
Info: 386-294-2423 or District 16 Help Line toll-free, 800-505-0702.
Alcoholics Anonymous Trinity Group Mondays, 7-8 p.m.;
Jasper Library; District 16 Help Line toll-free, 800-505-0702.
Alcoholics Anonymous White Springs Courage to Change -
Mondays, 8 p.m., Methodist Church, White Springs. Info: 386-397-
1410 or District 16 Help Line toll-free, 800-505-0702.
Bluegrass Association Saturdays; 6 p.m.; bluegrass jam; Pickin'
Shed; except during main festival events; Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park, US 129 North, Live Oak; potluck dinners third Saturday of each
month; Info: 386-364-1683.
Bridge Club Mondays, 6:45 p.m., Golden Corral Restaurant, Live
Oak. Info: 386-362-3200.
Boy Scout Troop 693. Mondays, 7 p.m., Shrine Club, Bass Road,
until.further notice. Info: 386-776-2863.
Christian Home Educators of Suwannee (C.H.E.S.) we are a home-
school support group that meets weekly in Live Oak. For more info e-
mail ches3inl@yahoo.com
Dowling Park Volunteers Saturdays; 1100 hours-11 a.m.; at 22992
CR 250, Live Oak.
Farmer's Market Suwannee County 'Small Farmer's Market opens
Tuesday, April 18. Local fresh fruit and vegetables available, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, thru Thursday, July 27. Hours: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The site
has changed back to the loading dock of the old Atlantic Coastline
Freight Depot on the east end of the Suwannee Historical Museum, US
129 North, Live Oak. They accept both the Senior and WIC Farmer's
Market Nutrition Coupons, as well as cash. Scheduled closed dates:
Tuesday,, May 30 and Tuesday, July 4. Vendors call 386-362-1728, 9
a.m:-9 p.m.
Greater Vision Support Group every Friday; 9:30 a.m.; Christ
Central Ministries, 1550 S. Walker Ave., Live Oak, FL 32064; Info:
386-208-1345.
Home Front Ministries weekly meetings; offers spiritual and emo-
tional support to women going through separation, divorce or a trou-
bled marriage; .also, offers individual prayer ministry to women, re-
gardless of marital status, for healing life's hurts. Located in Lake City.
Info: 386-754-2800 or 386-963-4903.
Jasper Kiwanis Club of Hamilton County Wednesdays, 12:15
p.m., J.R. Lee Complex, Jasper. Call for an application, 386-792-3484,
386-755-4896 or 386-792-1110; leave name, address and phone or con-
tact number.
Live Oak Singles Group-meeting at a new location; Info: Judy, 386-
362-4448 oir Eva, 386-776-1606, from 6-9 p.m.
Narcotics Anonymous Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8 p.m.; at the
Jasper Public Library.
Narcotics Anonymous Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-7 p.m.; Closed
sessions. Info: Lee Devore, 386-294-3220.
Over Eaters Anonymous Mondays, 11:35 a.m.-12:50 p.m., at
Suwannee River Regional Library, 129 South, Live Oak. We care. Info:
386-364-4749.
Quarterback Club Meeting Mondays, 6:30 p.m.; at Old Nettie
Baisden school next to the football stadium.


Square Dance Vagabond Squares, Thursdays, 7-9:30 p.m., St.
Luke's Episcopal Church, Newbern Road. Info: Loyce Harrell, 386-
963-3225 or Ralph Beekman, 386-752-2544.
Suwannee River Riding Club Membership fee $25 per year. Team
roping first and third Friday night. Speed events first and third Satur-
day night. Info: 386-935-2622.
Suwannee Valley Barbershop Chorus Tuesdays, 7 p.m., Crapps
Meeting Room, Suwannee River Regional Library, US 129 South, Live
Oak; Info: Fred Phillips, 386-362-1886.
TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensibly;' Thursdays; 8:30 a.m. weigh-in;
meeting 9 a.m.; Live Oak Community Church of God;' Info: Barbara,
386-362-5933; Pat, 386-935-3720.
Weight Watchers Mondays, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., St. Luke's Epis-
copal, toll-free 800-651-6000


to register now. Info: Maureen Germain, toll-free, 888-
295-6787, ext. 117 or Maureen.germain@cancer.org.

May 4
SHS Band Banquet
Suwannee High School (SHS) Band Banquet will be
held at 6 p.m., Thursday, May 4 at the SHS cafeteria.
Info/tickets: 386-364-2711 or Yvette Hannon, 386-362-
2275.

May 5
Cattle Baron's Golf Tournament
Fourth Annual Cattle Baron's Golf Tournament will be
held Friday, May 5, at Southern Oaks Golf Club in Lake
City. Silent auction and drawing for 'sports memorabilia
.and golf packages. Proceeds going to support the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, High Five Unit (Bradford, Colum-
bia, Hamilton, Suwannee and Union counties). Sponsor-
ships and sponsor/player packages are available. Info:
Jimmy Swisher, 386-362-5332 or Vern Lloyd, 386-752-
4885.

May 6
Spring Fling, plant and yard sale
Suwannee Valley Humane Society will hold its Spring
Fling from 10 a.m.-l p.m., Saturday, May 6, at the shel-
ter located at 1156 SE Bisbee Loop, Madison. Huge
plant and yard sale. Enjoy food, fun and meeting some
of the most popular residents. From 1-10, take exit 262
North toward Lee in Madison County. Turn left on Bis-
bee Loop one-half mile from exit. Follow signs to en-
trance. Info: toll-free, 866-236-7812 or 850-971-9904,
Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

,May 6
Ride with the Gainesville
Light Riders
19th Annual Run for the Son will bd held Saturday,
May 6. Leaving at.10:30 a.m. from Alachua County
Chopper, Gainesville and riding to Suwannee Valley
Campground, near White Springs, arriving at 11:30 a.m.
Over $20.6 million collected over 18 years to take the
Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.Bring a lunch, a
friend and.relax for an afternoon. Info: Kyle Arola, 352-
380-0778 or Sonny Edmondson, 386-454-8700, visit
www.bikersforjesus.org.

.May 6 '
Leggett family reunion
Leggett family reunion will be held 'Saturday, May 6 at
Live Oak Garden Club on CR 136W, just past hospital.
Starts at 10 a.m. with covered dish lunch at noon, fol-


lowed by white elephant auction. Please bring a covered
dish and a white elephant gift to auction. Mark your cal-
endar and plan to attend. Info: Imogene Ratliff, 386-362-
2453, Lucille Taylor, 386-754-2439.

May 18
Homeschooling orientation/
used book sale
The Live Oak Learners 4-H Club will sponsor an ori-
entation to homeschooling and used book sale beginning
at 6 p.m., Thursday, May 18, in the Exhibition II Build-
ing at the Suwannee County Coliseum on Newbern
Road, CR 136 West, Live Oak. Program begins at 7 p.m.
Following the orientation, there will be more time to
browse the used books and network with other home-
schoolers. Admission is free. If you are interested in par-
ticipating in the used book sale, please call. Info: 386-
842-5008.

Deadline May 19!
Call to artists
. Downtown Festival and Art Show, Gainesville will
take place Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 4-5. Artists in ceram-
ics, fiber, glass, graphics, jewelry, mixed media, paint-
ings, photography, sculpture, wearables and wood are in-
vited to apply to display their works; more than $14,000
in cash prizes and S4,000 in purchase awards distributed
to artists. Info/applications: Linda Piper, 352-334-5064
or www.gvlculturalaffairs.org.

May 19
Financial management
,course in Lake City
Columbia County Extension Service, 164 SW Mary
Ethel Lane, Lake City, will offer a financial management
course "Building Your Financial Future" from 8:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m., Friday, May '19, for a charge of $10. Course
meets bankruptcy debtor education requirements.
Info/registration: 386-752-5384.

Visit now!
Thru May 29
"Glow: Living Lights" exhibit
Florida Museum will host the traveling exhibition
"Glow: Living Lights" through May 29. An interactive
journey into the lives of creatures that glow in the dark.
Rare photographs and film footage, research-related arti-
facts, live and preserved specimens and hands-on activi-
ties in a 5,000-square-foot exhibit. Info: 352-846-2000,
www.flmnh.ufl.edu.


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Section D
April 19-20, 2006
386-362-1734
800-525-4182
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AUCTION
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May 6, 2006 9:00 a.m.: REAL ESTATE AUCTION: 3 lots: 1- Lot 14 less than 1/2 acre on 161st
Lane in Suwannee Belle Subdivision. 2- 1.23 acres on Tiger Lake Lot 12 with lake view on Tiger
Lake Subdivision. 3- 1.23 acres on Tiger Lake Lot 13 with lake view on Tiger Lake Subdivision. Call
office for more information.
MAY 6, 2006 10:00 a.m.: PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION: many trains, collectibles, books,
and many more. Call office for more information.
May 13, 2006 1:00 p.m.: REAL ESTATE AUCTION: Mortgage Foreclosure 14030 Mandarin
Oaks Lane Jacksonville, FL. Executive Estate on 2 acres +/- with waterfront on St. John's River. Call
office for more information.

REAL ESTATE LISTINGS:
6 CITY LOTS IN LAFAYETTE COUNTY: Currently divided into 4 apartments. Great place for
future business or an investment. MLS# 47670 $199,000
SUPER FARMETTE: 40 acres in Live Oak of cleared and de-stumped vacant land. Zoned 1 per 5
and 100% high and dry. MLS# 49365 $375,000
50 ACRES: 1/2 mile outside of the city limits of Madison. Property is zoned 2 residences per acre
per Madison County Zoning Department. MLS# 47041. $750,000
3 BEDROOM/2 BATHROOM: on 4 acres in Lake City, FL. Beautiful trees of.mixed pines and
hardwoods, large yard, plenty of room for future landscaping. MLS# 51481 $115,900.


J.W. HILL
& ASSOCIATES
Real Estate Broker &
Auction Company


1105 HOWARD ST. W.,
LIVE OAK
386-362-3300
1-888-821-0894
AB# 2083 2525B6-F


To get more information about

this week's Feature Home, call J. W.

Hill & Associates at 386-362-3300.


Lighthouse Realty
of North Florida, Inc.
Corner ofl Hi\y 27 & Clyde Arenue, Mayo, Florida
Heather M. Neill, Broker
PIIONL: (38.61 294-2131
Search the MLS at \\ V \.LIGHTHOLISEREALT).LIS


WILUNGTO DIVIDE Recently cut-over property with
two mobile homes. Both are in well-kept, move-in
condition. Property is a total of 87.46 acres of high and
dry land. Just off paved road. Owner is willing to divide
into smaller parcels. $685,950 #45666
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RENTAL, STARTER OR VACATION HOME Tidy 2/2
home and yard, both very well-kept. Home comes with
.all appliances and some furniture. Lovely one-acre,
fenced property in peaceful, quiet area just up the
street from the Suwannee River. Huge screened back
-porch and screened front porch. Lots of mature trees,
fruit trees, azaleas, and underground sprinkler system.
Metal roof, workshop and storage shed. Great
investment, starter home, vacation getaway or rental.
Property fronts two roads; possibly subdividable.
$64,000 #51580
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ltclo au rtu eay UI yoUr our lmstado r a grat
opportunity for investment and/or development. Approx.
5 miles from Dowling Park. $275.000 #49445


V A RIVER RUNS BY IT- gorgeous vie,'s and the gentle sound, or the n'.ir
S makes ou think you jn in he mounlaims This r. more rhar.r, a M.LST SEE
this t a MLUST COWN- only,' 247,00i'1 Call Glenda I kCa.ll ". '(.- |I39
i|MLSM60,15.. .


A PIECE OF THE COUNTRY Beautiful piece of
property with almost 900' frontage on paved county
road. Fenced pasture land dotted with large oak
trees. Would make a lovely home site witil a country
feeling convenient to town. Price just reduced.
$160,000 #47644
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Wn R A UtL Jusi like oranu new cuU4, z, I o sq.
ft. 3/2 DWMH on one acre shows beautifully. Huge
island kitchen with breakfast bar, lots of cabinet space
and new appliances. Enormous master bedroom, bath
and closet. Large windows for lots of lights. Vaulted
ceilings, ceiling fans, custom lighting, fireplace and
beautiful window treatments. Definitely a must-see.
Quiet neighborhood, in town. $120,000 #46437


HtECAIIUNALR HIVEnRiUII LUI O iiiir .. a
[-.aiultl,ly .- 1, a- .,' ; ,,.Mpr 1,. I ht a 100 01
frontage on the Suwannee River. It would make a
wonderful weekend or summer getaway. Gornto
Springs and a paved public boat ramp are about 1/2 a
mile away. $35,000 #51588


AWSOUE. OEWNER FINANCING. rr,, *d.-*.',', 4 ",'," RHIV FINT very beausiIII, very seuluuu i1.1
acre lots just outside town and one minute from the acres on the Suwannee River. Peaceful surroundings,
Suwannee River and a public boat ramp in Lafayette lots of wildlife, the perfect retreat from the rat race
County. Highway frontage, nicely wooded. One lot has Excellent investment property. $89,000 #48313
already been cleared for a home site it won't last long. P. -
$19,000 each #51669 'l
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IMN'ES"MENTTR1 CT. ',: : ..i -:n NOT MANY PLACES LIKETHIS LEFT- 1.08 acre lot
,.,',, ....,.:..r,i "' :.: ,.- ,mi. m-...,,-,, in good area of Lafayette County. Peaceful
old pines; the balance is planted in 8-10 year-old pines. surroundings, wildlife and lake access. Make your own
Good rural location centrally located 12 miles from paradise lust across the road from Pickett and Adams
Branford, 14 miles from Live Oak and 18 miles from Lake. Boating and fishing welcome on the
Lake City. $361,305 #50066 lakes. $22,680 #47422 252583-F


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Lost & Found
FOUND: Keys (on key ring) on
Coliseum Ave., Live Oak, FL. Call to
ID & claim: 386-364-4953.
FOUND: Small male. dog on 4/10/06
on CR 252 between CR 349 &
Hughes Hwy (O'Brien, FL) Call to ID
& claim. 386-776-2471.
FOUND: Wrist Watch in Tara Trace,
Live Oak, FL. Call to ID & claim: 386-
364-4953.





BUSINESS SERVICES

Opportunities
A LOCAL VENDING BIZ. Must
Sell. 1-866-823-0223 AIN
#B02523

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do
You Earn $800 in a Day? 30
Machines and Free Candy All For
$9,995. Call 1-888-753-3430
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FOR RENT-
3BR, 2BA DWMH,
CENTRAL H/A.
FIRST MONTH'S
RENT PLUS
DEPOSIT TO
MOVE IN.
WATER, SEWER
& GARBAGE
INCLUDED.
NO PETS
386-330-2567 -
226322-F


TIMESHARE RESALES Sell today
for Cash! No commissions or broker
fees. Don't delay Go to
www.sellatimeshare.com or Call 1-
800-640-6886.




FINANCIAL SERVICES
Miscellaneous
First Day
BASIC Stained Glass Supplies for
sale (foil technique). Instruct. book,
videos, cutter, grinder, soldering iron,
solder, flux, foil, etc. Spectrum wispy
& translucent glass. Aim Model 84
Kiln used 30 min. $275. Runs on
household current. 386-362-7389.




PERSONAL SERVICES

Health Care
NEW MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIRS
"No Cost" If Eligible. Scooters /
Hospital Beds / Manual Chairs. All
Diabetic Supplies. We Accept
Medicare & Private Insurance. Free
Delivery Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll-Free 1-877-
667-7088 954-335-1564


-FOR RENT-
2 or 3 BR
Singlewide
mobile home,
Central H/A.
First month's
rent plus deposit
to move in.
Water, sewer &
garbage included.
No pets.
386-330-2567
226315-F


EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
Want to be a CNA?
Don't want to wait?
Express Training Services
is now offering our quality CNA
Exam Prep Classes, day/eve, in
Lake City. Class for one week,
certification test the next week.
Class sizes limited.
First class 05/01/06.
Call 386-755-4401

Music,
DRUM LESSONS
Great for beginners!
Learn the basics to get you on your
way. Call Joel Turner at 386-688-
1972.
Secondary
EARN DEGREE Online from home
*Medical *Business *Paralegal
*Computers *Criminal Justice. Job
Placement Computer provided
Financial aid if qualify. 866-858-
2121 www.onlinetidewatertech.com


PETS


Mobile Homes

and

Land for sale.

Financed

by owner.


Ask for
Larry Olds.


386-362-2720


RiBEGISTER




VIP TICKETS & CMT BASH
TICKETS TO MEET THE STARS .,
AT THE SUWANNEE RIVER JAM April 20-22, 2006
Register at dealership .
Special Suwannee River Jam Discounting During This Event





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LOST AN ANIMAL? WANT TO
ADOPT? Call Suwannee County
Animal Control at 386-208-0072. M-F
from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.





MERCHANDISE
Building Materials
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING from .99
CENTS SQ. FT. Exotics, Oak
Bamboo, Prefinished & Unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year prefinish, plus
A Lot More! We Deliver Anywhere,
5 Florida Locations, 1-800-
FLOORING (356-6746)
METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$ buy
direct from manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock w/accessories. Quick turn
around. Delivery available. Gulf
Coast Supply & Manufacturing, Inc.
352-498-0778 888-393-0335

Food Stuffs
STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE
Locally grown. (Live Oak, FL)
U-pick available.
Call 386-362-4214.
Furniture
First Day
Bunk Bed- Black metal, with ladder
& mattress. Excellent condition.
$300.00. Also computer/child's desk,
black $25.00. Call 386-208-1060.
First Day
LIKE NEW: Matching coffee & 2 end
tables, dark wood w/smoke-colored
glass top, beautiful set, $275. for all 3
pcs. Console table, oriental, hand
carved w/marble top, $200. 386-658-
2551 before 9:30am or after 6pm Iv
msg.
MEMORY FOAM ALL VISCO
New Orthopedic NASA Mattresses
20 Year Warranty Cost $1995, sell,
$399 Queen; $499 'king. All sizes
available. Fast Free Florida
Delivery, Original Tempur-Pedic
from $699.., Guaranteed Best Price!
Elec. Adjustables; 24hr.Toll free 1-
866-476-0289; Store Numbers-
.Hillsborough 8.13-.e8 ':900 P.eri a-
727-733-9334; _,ar,.a .o41 *.,:'
7570; Polk 863-299-4711; Dade 305-
651-0506; Broward 954-364-4989.
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Over 4 Million
Potential Buyers
for your product
through our Internet
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Network in Florida
and throughout
the Nation.
Call Myrtle at

386-362-1734
226273-F


First Day
SOFA & RECLINER- Tan Microfiber,
Like New (3 months old) Paid
$1200., will sell for $500. Call 386-
792-3733 (FL).

Machinery/Heavy
Equipment


SOUTHEASTERN MACHINE
of Live Oak, FL
is an authorized Service Center for
Sioux Automation Center, Inc. Give
them a call at 386-362-1727 for all
. of your TMR mixer wagon parts,
scale and service needs.

Musical Instruments
VINTAGECITYGUITARS.COM Will
Pay Cash For Old Fender, Gibson,
Martin Guitars, any Condition,
Buy/Sell/Trade! Honest/Reliable
www.VintageCityGuitars.com 1-
800-574-6380
Miscellaneous
A+ POOL HEATERS Factory
Direct: Solar/Heat Pump or Gas.
Complete Do-It-Yourself heater kits.
Phone quotes, installation most
areas. 1-800-796-0951
www.TheEnergySuperMarket.com
Lic#CWC029795/lnsured. Dealer
Inquiries Welcome!
BATHTUB REFINISHING Renew /
Change Color. Tub, Tile, Sink & Chip
Repair. Commercial & Residential.
5yrs. Warranty. Quick Response,
Insured. Serving Florida Over 10yrs.
"Florida's Tub Doctor." 888-686-9005
EXCALIBUR POOL TABLE 8'
Solidwood Professional, Crated, 1"
Italian Slate, Leather Pockets, Wall
Rack, 4 Cues, Complete, Can
Deliver/Install! Cost $5K, Sacrifice
$1450, 954-678-5742
WOLFF TANNING BEDS Full Body
units from $22 a month! Buy Direct
and Save. Free Color Catalog. Call
Today! 1-800-7,11-0.158
www.np.etstan.com ;,, .,,
Garage/Yard Sales
YARD SALE Thurs & Fri, 4/20 & 4/21
from 8am-4pm in the O'Brien, FL
area, US Hwy 129 & CR 349, follow
signs. Tools, household items, some
,furniture, lots of good stuff.









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""" NEW ON THE MARKET'Home in
LAKE BETHEA Best fishing lake Emerald Lakes S/D. Vaulted ceilings,
around! Great 2 story home with a large rooms, split plan, immaculate
dock, split bedroom plan, efficiency with neutral colors. Screen porch
apartment ground floor. Handicap overlooks lovely rolling landscape;
equipped. MLS 51024 $295,000 Call See to appreciate! Call. Ginger Parker
Janet Creel 3-.755-0.466 386-752-6704 .
386-752-6704,


HUOMJE IN TUWN Loned
Commercial, but a lovely place to
live. Enjoy the white kitchen, 2
fireplaces, Florida Room and
workshop in this 2490 sq. ft. home
that has 4 BR/2BA. Great place to
live and work! MLS 51836 Call
Myrtle Wall 386-752-2655


r M i-r. lax,title, license, dealer fees and o iner optional equipment extra.
"Tax, title, license, dealer fees and other optional equipment extra. Seedealer for details.
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Bob Cookie Charles Jason
Brown McCook Driver Kelley
US 90 WEST, LIVE OAK, FL s EURC C~SE I Service Department Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8-5:30
362-4012 I :iM 0 U l Mondnay Friday
wf Peophe Doing B omeow W HO R L H Uu S:. 8-6; Sat.9-5


on 5 acres witn many upgrades..
3BR/2BA new roof, "young
appliances" Remodeled baths with
new plumbing and cabinets. Huge
40x48 workshop with electric, water,
shop lights. MLS 51814 Call Vic
Lantroop 386-623-6401.


LAND AND MORE!
10 ACRES Watson Road. Country setting. Mobile homes allowed. MLS
51120 Call Bryan Smithey 386-965-2922
LAND IN MAYO Call Bob Dezendorf at 386-623-1277 to inquire about two
1/2 acre residential lots in the city limits and 1 full acre lot about 2000 feet from
the river! Your choice! $19,995 and $19,950 MLS 51099 and 51096
'10 ACRE HOMESITE PARCELS Newly reduced!! MLS 48340 Your
choice of 4 offered Southeast of town. Great location for your dream home!
Bring your plans! Call Marlene McCray 386-365-3081
10.42 ACRES with well, septic and power pole. Country living, not too near,
not too far. MLS 50674 Call Libby Merrick 386-752-6142
COZY HOME in town on Knox Street. Renovated, updated, walk to stores and
bank. $119,900 Call Vic Lantroop 386-623-2401 MLS 51277
9.8 ACRES Paved -frontage Large trees! Call Tanya Shaffer 755-5448 or Ginger
Parker 386-752-6704 MLS 50253
1W1HITE SPRINGS dcirible corner loti S7 acre $26.,.'Juj MILS 5i.-376 Call
Juli.t DeO.lc., 344-1 5(i. or Sharon Selder 3"'- 12.11


YARD SALE: From now until
Christmas, sunup til sundown. At
19571 CR 136 in Live Oak. Exactly
10 mi from Howland's on right side of
road, near Dowling Park. Everything
from Ig knife collection to clothes,
toys, & much, much more.




RECREATION

Boats/Supplies
First Day
NEW BOAT-PELICAN 12 ft, double
hull. 2 seats, new electric Kota
trolling motor. $400.00. Call 386-208-,
1060.
Campers/Motor Homes
First Day
FLEETWOOD Bounder 35E, 2003.
XInt cond. Low mi. 2 slds, 2 ACs, 2
TVs. Lg shwr, many cabs., conv.
oven, w/d combo. One non-
smoking/no pet owner. $73,900. 386-
362-8391.
FLEETWOOD: 35 Ft. Southwind
Motor home, 1991. One owner only.
Extremely low mileage. $39,995.00.
Call 386-362-3382 for more .info.
(Live Oak, FL)


REAL


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Apartments
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE
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newspaper is subject to the' Fair
Housing Act which makes it illegal to
advertise "any preference, limitation
or discrimination based on race,
color, religion, sex, disability, familial
status or national origin, or an
intention, to make any such
preference, limitation and
discrimination." Familial status
includes children under the age of 18
;.!ing with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of children
under 18.
, Tru newspap per dl nol [-nri. ngji'
aCcepi any adverTising for real eslale
which is in violation of the .law. Our
readers are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this


EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
newspaper are available on an equal
opportunity basis. To complain of
discrimination call HUD toll-free 1-
800-669-9777. The toll-free number
for the hearing impaired is 1-800-
927-9275
Condominiums
TIMESHARE RESALES The most
effective way to Buy, Sell or Rent a
Timeshare fast! Call now toll free.
1-800-715-4693 ext 700
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Houses for Rent
HOME FOR RENT: 3Bd/2Ba, CH&A,
carpeted, large yard, 2 mi. from Live
Oak, FL. Very clean. $800./mo. No
pets, no, smoking on premises. 352-
376-0080. Available now.
Mobile Homes for rent
FOUR BEDROOM/2 BATH MOBILE
Home For Rent: 1 Acre w/pecan
trees & Grape Arbor. In Day Town,
close to Dowling Park & Prison.
$750.00/mo. 386-867-4926

Vacation Rentals




North Carolina. Easy access, great
view, 10 min to Maggie Valley, 30 min
to Cherokee, 2 min to Parkway,
Mountain Stream with picnic area,
Fireplace, Sleeps 10. All Amenities.
$500/wk, $1600/mo. 386-330-4207
Lucy
Smoky Mtn Cabin with trout stream,
near Cherokee, NC, Gatlinburg, TN,
Dollywood & Pidgeon Forge, TN.
$325.00 per week. Call 386-752-
0013.
TENNESSE Earn up to
$150,000/YR. rental income on your
luxury vacation home in the pristine
Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg.
Contact Bill & Sheila Easley,
Re/Max: www.investmounts.com 1-
800-239-2970
Office Space
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT- One
office has 1,400 sq. ft. and rents for
$950./month. Also available, a 2,100
sq. ft. office. Call Poole Realty at 386-
209-1766 for more details.




REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Homes for Sale
FLORIDA OCALA AREA Attn
Investors! Preconstruction Homes &
Prices. 1st/2nd home-buyers.
$1000 down 100% financing for
qualified buyers 866-900-5687
M&D Realty www.MandDrealty.com


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First Day
HANDY, INVESTOR SPECIAL,
Cheap. Great Deal For Rehabbers.
For more info, call 386-688-4713.'

HERNANDO COUNTY 3BR/3BA
Pool Home $15,000 Cash Back!
Absolutely spectacular! Custom
built better than new! Call Helen
Chapman, Broker, Advantage Real
Estate Services, Inc. 352-684-4087

First Day
IN Live Oak, FL. Four BD/Two BA,
2003. On five acres. New appliances,
fresh paint, some new carpeting,
dormers. $319,000.00 Call 386-963-
4956 or 863-559-1491. Owner/agent.

MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA &
Northeast Georgia Offering
wonderful Mountain homes, land &
small town communities. Low taxes
& homeowners insurance. Free
brochure & helpful information, 1-
877-387-6677, Century 21 (Foxfire
Realty Group), www.C21 Foxfire.com

RIDGES RESORT GATED
COMMUNITIES. NC Mountains
40+ Sites Phase One Closeout.
$89,900 to $129,900. Acreage .6 to
2.29! Call 866-997-0700.

TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN HOME!
Magnificent valley view, 3BR / 2Ba
a lull Dasmreni. 1-478.iq ,1
$219,000 George Harrmilon Land &
Auction Company, Call Chip, 423-.
949-6887, www.hamiltonauction.com,

Mobile Homes

First Day
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Beautiful
2004 Homes of Merit DWMH on 5
fenced acres. 4BD/3BA w/fam. rm,
Ivg rm, dng rm & kit. Home has a
12X36 covered rear deck, metal
carport & metal workshop. Priced to
sell @ $184,900. Call for more info:
386-590-1169.

CASH DEALS. WE LOVE EM! We
will.give you the very best pricing in
north Florida on New or Used
Manufactured Homes! 386-752-5355

LAND HOME PACKAGES, NEW
AND USED, WHILE THEY LAST!!
CALL RON NOW! 386-397-4960.

DOUBLEWIDE-2001, On approx. 1/2
acre in Wood Gate Village, Lake City,
FL. 3Bedroom/2Bath. Call Christine
(386) 365-5129.

FOR SALE! New & Used, 3 & 4
Bedroom Doublewides, on 1/2-1 acre
lots. In Columbia County. CALL TIM,
leave message (386) 344-5292.

Home and Land Packages in
Beautiful Deer Creek Subdivision, or
Acreage in the Country, with Modular
or Manufactured Homes. Financing
Available! CALL RUBY AT (386) 303-
1557.

IF YOU OWN LAND OR HAVE A
LARGE DOWNPAYMENT I MAY BE
WILLING TO OWNER FINANCE A
NEW MANUFACTURED HOME
FOR YOU. CALL STEVE AT 386-
365-8549

Modular 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, In
beautiful Deer Creek Subdivision,
20% Down Approx. 664 Mo. Call
Christin At (386) 365-5129.
MODULAR HOME, 1,508 SQ. FT.,
3BDRM, 2 BATH, LIV/FRM,
STUCCO EXTERIOR, DRIVEWAY,
SODDED, SPRINKLER SYSTEM,
20% DOWN, APPROX $722.72 MO.
CALL RON 386-397-4960.

New Home Is Looking for a Family. 3
Bedroom/2 Bath, FHA or
Conventional Financing Available.
CALL RUBY AT (386) 303-1557.
TIRED OF RENTING? I can sell you
a new Doublewide for a monthly
payment that beats what most
people pay for rent! I also have
several Finance Companies
available. For more info, call Tim
(386) 344-5292.
Used Doublewides from Disney
Area, 34 14 LEFT. Now in Lake City.
A/C, steps, cable ready w/TV,
telephone, furnished, pots & pans,
dishes, Silver ware. Perfect for Rental
Properties or Starter Home. Great
Deals, While they Last! 386-752-
5355.


BUSINESSES


LAKE WOOD
APARTMENTS IN
LIVE OAK
Quiet country living
2 bedroom duplex.
Call 362-3110.-
226402-F


Used Doublewides, As Is, Where Is!
2 Bedroom/2 Bath. Make An Offer!
CALL RICK AT (386) 752-5355.
Vacation Property
A FREE BROCHURE At Western
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First, we have vacation rentals and
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Ext. 101

COME TO THE MOUNTAINS
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Wi'well eptic & power: Beautifully
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1981 Fiesta 24X52 3/2 MH. Approx.
6 acres. Corner 136th & 80th Terrace
in Live Oak. $85K:386-867-0048.


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Bus. 386-362-1389 Faxi (386) 362-6131
S.C. Sullivan (386) 362-1389, Evening 362-2990
Realtor Assoc. M. Elizabeth Elliott, Evening 842-2372


(1)' Hamilton County: 40
Acres wooded with 1/4 mile
on good County grated road,
good hunting area, priced to
sell @ $225,000
(2) CR 136: 55 Ac. 20 Ac. in
Alisha Bahia, balance fenced
& X fenced into 5/7 Ac.
pastures with water. Block
home 1,648 sq. ft. under roof
with porches back & front,
kitchen furnished, above
ground pool screened with
deck, 2 garage & shop,
pump house & other bldg.,
including 24'x60' mobile
home. Sale price
$1,000,000.00
(3) Harrell Heights: New
three bedroom, two bath
central heat and air
condition home containing
1104 sq. ft. of living area.
Kitchen furnished. $95,000.
100% financing to qualified
buyers,
(4) 167th Road: 15 acres in
grass/cropland with nice
building site, pond, partially
fenced, paved road, good
area. $10,000 per ac.
(5) Near City: 24 acres
wooded with approx. 520 on
CR 249 stocked fish pond.
Some large oaks. $11,500 per
acre.
(6) Perry Fla: Two building
lots with city sewer and
water, homes only. $19,500
for both, terms.
(7) 38th St.: 15 acres
grass/cropland, few trees
with pond, partially fenced.
$10,000 per acre.
(8) Off CR 250: 10 acres
partially wood. Approved
well & septic tank. Good
County Road $12,000 per
acre.


S(9) Near City off CR 136
Easi: 4.85 ac. with a 1995
CH&AC doublewide M.H.
Kitchen furnished,. large
oaks, pond. $89,500.
(10) Branford area: 15 acres
in good cropland, with
county roads and fence on
three sides. Excellent
location near US 27 & US
129. $12,000 per acre
(11) 104th St.: 5.35 acres
with open land with a few
large oaks, good location.
$11,000 per acre.
(12) 4th St. SW, Jasper: vinyl
sided home 2/3 bedroom, 2
bath, porch & deck, central
heat & air, city water &
sewer. $82,500.
(13) Off River Road: 10
acres wooded, secluded,
660x660. Good buy @
$1i,500 per acre.
(14) 169th Rd.: 5 acres on
paved road, in grass, good
location. Priced to sell @
$11,000 per acre.
(15) CR 141: Four acre tract
with 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
under construction cont.
approx 1508 sq. ft. 4 acres
paved rd. $180,000.
(16) Camping Lot: 1.25
Acres in Dowling Park Area,
all wooded.,$5,600.00
(17) Lafayette Co: 5.3 Acres
900 ft on US 27 & 628 ft. on
county rd. with a 1996 Palm
Harbor doublewide mobile
home, large deck, front
porch, motor home storage
& hook up, detached storage
bldg., wooded, fenced, 4"
well sprinkler system, good
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HAMILTON CO. 138+/- on State Rd
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HERNANDO COUNTY, FL Won't
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4733
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IN TAYLOR COUNTY-23.4 Acres, 10
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Miscellaneous

EARN DEGREE online from home. *Medical, *Business,
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Pools

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Real Estate

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ALTY MOUNTAIN VIEW PROPERTIES
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development discounts, 90% financing. Call (800)709-5253.

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(800)841-5868.

NC Mountain Property for Less! Breathtaking Blue Ridge
Parkway, New River, Stone Mountain. Golf Courses and
quaint shops ofSparta, www scenicrcaltv com (877)372-7211
or (877)363-5550.

Lakefront and Lakeview Properties Nestled in the hills of
Tennessee on the shores ofpristine Norris Lake. Call Lakeside
Realty at (423)626-5820 Or visit www lakcsidercaltv-tn cornm

Waterfront Land Sale! 3 Acres Dockablc Waterfront Prop-
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Investor Pkg. 7 Waterfront Lots for Only $79,900! Call toll-
free (866)770-5263 cxt8.

COASTAL GEORGIA. Land for sale by owner. Private golf
community designed by Fred Couples / Davis Love. Marina/
Tennis/Pool/Fitnecss. Jcckyll/ St Simons Island $119,900 Call
(315)529-1277.


TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN LAND
Tennessee Land Located in the
Beautiful Cumberland Mountains
Owner Financing as low as $500
Down! JDL Realty 931-946-2484
www.JDLRealty.com
TENNESSEE!! MONTEAGLE-
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Properties. 600+ Acres; Tracts, 5
Acres & up. 4 miles from 1-24.
Gated & secluded! Gorgeous bluff
& creek. Wooded lots. George,
Timberwood Development Co., 423-
949-6887 www.timber-wood.com
THIRTY-NINE ACRES approx 10 mi
SW of Live Oak, FL. Gentle rolling
land w/1287 ft. paved rd. frontage.
$499,000. Call 386-776-1123

Farm Land
ABANDONED UPSTATE N.Y. Farm
30acres $59,900. Fields, woods,
stunning views, cascading brook!
Pristine Lakes Region! 3.5 hours N
of N.Y. City! Terms available! Won't
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Residential Wanted
ANGELO BUYS HOUSES Cash
any condition. Handyman, fire,
distressed, vacant, occupied.
Anywhere in FL! Apts. / Comm.,
residential. No deal too big/small.
Quick closing. 1-800-SELL-181; 1-
954-816-4363
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Mountain Property! Interested in buying property in the
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800-979-5556 or visit our website at
www ActiveRealtyNC corn

TN- Swan Ridge Lake Resort on Dale Hollow Lake, a pri-
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"Location, Location, Location" Time to Buy. INVESTORS
& BUILDERS, Great Buildable Lots For Sale in one of
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LAKEFRONT LOG HOME, $99,900. New 2000 Sq.Ft. Log
Home on Lake Cumberland, KY. Jamestown/Russell Springs
Area. 1st Time Available April 22nd! (800)770-9311, Ext.55.

LOOKING TO OWN LAND? Invest in rural acreage
throughout America; coastal, mountain, waterfront proper-
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www land-wanted com/sw

LAKEFRONT PROPERTY IN TN Waterfront, view & es-
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45,000 acre lake. Just 90 min to Nashville. New building sites
just released.: Call owner (866)339-4966.

NC- ASHEVILLE AREA HOMESITES Gated community
with stunning mountain views. Situated between 2 moun-
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Custom owners' lodge, riverwalk & more. Call (866)292-
5762.

NC MOUNTAINS 3 acres on mountain top in gated commu-
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private access, $58,500 owner (866)789-853.1
www.NC77.com.

TN LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN ACREAGE situated around
a 36,000 acre lake in eastern TN. 1/2 to 5 acre building sites
from die $40s. Planned community amenities & direct lake
access. Owner: (866)292-5769.

WATERFRONT LAND SALE! Lake Access from $257/
month* Direct Lakefront from $124,900. ONE DAY ONLY
SATURDAY, MAY 6, 2006 Minutes from Augusta, GA.
Excellent financing available w/low down payment. Call to-
day for hn early appointment. (888)LAKE-SALE xl1217.
*based on purchase price of $49,900 w/10% down, interest
only loan w/fixed rate of 6.875% for 5 yrs. Terms and rates
subject to change without notice. Void where prohibited by
law.

TENNESSEE MOUNTAINS- Beautiful land with magnifi-
cent views, bluffs and creek streams. Phase: Pre-development.
Owner financingavailable starting at $ 1k down. Call (931)946-.
2484 www idlrealtv corn

Owner's Liquidation Sale by Sealed Bid New homes and
acreage homesites in the Blue Ridge Mountains of VA. Sold
"AS IS",30-dayclose. Restrictive CovenantCommunity. Dead-
linc May 27th. For details (800)420-2278 or visit
www. Stoneridvebcntmtn corn

Western New Mexico 45 to 160 acre ranches starting at
$69,990 Mt. views, trees, rolling hills, wildlife, borders BLM,
power. Enjoy hunting, hiking, horses. Perfect family ranch.
100% financing. NALC. (866)365-2825.
FL LAND BARGAINS. Opportunities to own your own
farm, ranch woodland or lakefront homestead. Old Florida at
its best! Still affordable! Call (866)352-2249 or
www fllandbargains corn

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tine State Forest, 20+ AC to 350 AC. Sweeping Mtn. Views,
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Steel Buildings

BUILDING SALE! "Rock Bottom Prices!" 20x30 Now
$4100. 25x40 $6200. 30x50 $9800. 40x80 $18,400. Exten-
sive range of sizes and models. Ends/accessories optional.
Pioneer (800)668-5422.

Wanted To Buy

Wanted to Buy: Paper Money and Old US Coins. Single
coins, notes, accumulations, entire collections. Littleton Coin
Company Since 1945. Call (800)581-2646, e-mail
coinbuy@littletoncoin.com. Mention code B8K520.


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EMPLOYMENT

Help Wanted
AIRLINE MECHANIC Rapid
training for high paying Aviation
Career. FAA predicts severe
shortage. Financial aid' if qualify.
Job placement assistance. Call AIM
1-888-349-5387.


First Day

APAC-Southeast, Inc.
a major highway
construction/asphalt paving
contractor, is now accepting
applications for:

Maintenance of Traffic
Supervisor with
AATSA certification,
experience preferred.

Class A/B CDL Orivers wilh
Hazmat/Tanker to join paving
crew and traveling Milling crew

Milling crew laborers

Qualified applicants must pass
required drug test.

Please contact HR at 904-288-
6300 for appointment and
reference position applying for,
APAC is an EEO Employer


BOOKKEEPER -Computer literate,
conscientious, meticulous with detail,
career oriented individual needed for
CPA office. Bookkeeping experience
preferred. Paid personal days, paid
holidays, contribution towards health
insurance, end of year bonus,
competitive salary offered.
Nonsmoking office. Please email
resume to kmdcpa@alltel.net. Only
qualified applicants please.
Driver/Laborer
Waste Management,. Inc.
Lake City/Gainesville
Has an immediate opening for a
hard working, flexible individual to
fill the position of Driver/Laborer
for Lake City and Gainesville. This
position requires a minimum Class
B CDL with air brake endorsement.
Waste Management offers a full
benefits package including health
insurance and 401-K plan. If you feel
you meet the requirements, please
apply by phone
1-877-220-JOBS (5627)
or online at
WWW.WMCAREERS.COM
EOE/ADA/DFWP


First Day

BOOKKEEPER-FULL TIME
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
www.ACVillage.net

FT bookkeeper position in Finance.
Accounting experience -and some
post secondary education
preferred. PC experience required.
Must be detail oriented. Benefits
include health, dental, life,
disability, 403b savings, AFLAC,
access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities. EOE; Drug Free
Workplace. Criminal background
checks required. Apply in person at
ACV Personnel Department Mon.
thru Fri, 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680 Dowling
Park Dr., Dowling Park, FL; fax
resume to (386) 658-5160 or visit
www.ACVillage.net

CLASS A CDL DRIVER NEEDED
Must have clean MVR, 3 years
experience, cell phone. Must be
at least 24 years old. Will be
transporting mail from Lee or Day,
FL.to Jacksonville, FL. Nights &
weekends, home during the day.
$16.54/$16.84 per hr. Paid
Benefits. Call Experienced Mail
Transport at 904-354-4855
i *)" between 10am-4pm.: 'T)"

CLASS A CDL OTR DRIVERS
needed, two (2) years experience
required. Health insurance,
retirement, & paid vacation.
Drug Free WorkPlace.
Call (386) 294-3411.
First Day

CNA Needed
Full Time/ 7am-3pm shift
Call Angela Akins at:
386-362-7860. Or apply at:
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32064
EOE/D/VM/F
COURT RECORDS
CONTRACTOR
Nationwide company seeks
experienced Independent
Contractors to collect public record
information in Florida courts
(Suwanee and surrounding
counties). Laptop required. Pay
based on production. Please send
resume to Kassie Miller via fax at
866-293-7705 or email
Kassie.Miller@Choicepoint.com
CUSTOMER SVCJASST. MGR.
Now taking applications for FT
position. Dependable, phone &
computer skills, fast-paced
environment, pleasant office,
creative, organized team player.
Office machine skills, good spelling &
grammar skills, experience pref.
Smoke & drug free office, references
req'd. Print-O-Matic, LLC, Lake City,
FL. PH: (386) 755-4545 FX: (386)
755-7373.


* Our new state-of-the-art Service Department is Air Conditioned!
* Our Sales & Service business is exploding
(we just experienced our best month ever)
* All of our equipment is BRAND NEW!
* Remote controlled entry and exit doors
* Highest hourly wages in the market
* Highest Fixed First Visit score in the Southeast
* Highest Parts Availability (fill-rate) in the Southeast
* Parts are pre-pulled on every vehicle each day no wasted Tech time.
* Extremely knowledgeable Parts Staff that realizes our shop is our #1
customer
* Complimentary oil service offered to all customers (we invested over
$100,000 in this value added service last year alone)
* We have achieved the highest Dealer Self-Authorized certification
available from the factory
* Our Service Manager was ranked #2 in the nation out of 4000 Dealers
* Benefits include: Major Medical Health Insurance, Dental Coverage,
Vision Coverage, Prescription Drug Coverage, Normal Doctor Visit
Coverage, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Workers Compensation
Coverage, Employee Purchase Program, Certification Achievement
Bonus Program, Savings Plans (401K), Paid Vacations, Paid Sick Leave,
Paid Holidays, Drug Free Work Free Environment
* All levels of experience considered Bigger rewards for Great Attitudes
These openings in this environment won't last long.
Call or e-mail today & we'll interview you tonight after work
between 5:00 -8:00 PM. Call Robert at 229-242-1540 Ext. 247
or e-mail at employment(@cassburch.com

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362-1734 CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE 1-800-525-4182


AUTO BODY TECH & PAINTER
Busy shop, good pay, quality work.
Exp. & own tools preferred. Call
Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm 386-935-9334.

DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS
Suwannee County School Board

QUALIFICATIONS:
Shall be duly qualified for the
position, including Bachelor's
Degree in Business, Management,
Accounting or related field;
Certified Public Accountant
preferred. Minimum of three (3)
years experience in one of the
above fields or other appropriate
certifications/requirements required
by the Florida Department on
Education.

APPLICATION SHALL INCLUDE:
Administrative Application,
Resume, Letter of Intent to Apply

LAST DAY TO APPLY:
Wednesday, April 26, 2006
at 4:00 p.m.
Suwannee County School' Board
Personnel Department
702 2nd Street NW
Live Oak, FL 32064
386-364-3739
cjohnson@suwannee.kl2.fl.7us

EFFECTIVE MAY 2006


DISTRIBUTION PERSON
NEEDED PART TIME
The Suwannee Democrat is
seeking a motivated individual for
it's Distribution Department. The
position assists the Distribution
Manager in the distribution of four
newspapers weekly. Position may
include (but not limited to)
customer service, route delivery,
distribution of all papers,
maintenance of office and grounds.
Individuals. interested must have a
clean driving record, dependable
transportation, working home
phone, and if possible a cell phone.
Must be able to work flexible
morning hours, lift 50 Ibs. and have
a strong work ethic. This is a great
opportunity for someone looking for
a second.income or part time work.
Serious inquiries only, please,
at:
211 Howard St. East
Live Oak, FL 32064
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE

DQ OF LIVE OAK
Now hiring smiling faces. All shifts
available. Good work atmosphere.
Please apply in person at Dairy
Queep, 817 S. Ohio Ave.,
Live Oak, FL.


DRIVERS LCT WANTS YOU!
OTR drivers, solos or teams. 3
months experience & CDL-A / HAZ
required. Full benefits 'package.
2003-2005 Equipment. Call 1-800-
362-01,59 LCTrarsporlatron corn

DRIVERS $1500.00 bonus every 6
months. OTR, Excellent home time,
New Equipment, 1 year Experience
Class A with tank & hazmat. Call
877-882-6537.
www.oakleytransport.com

DRIVERS & OWNER
OPERATORS:
Excellent HomerTime! 99% Pre-
Loaded! 80% Drop & Hook! Great
Pay & Benefits! CDL-A, 3 yrs exp.
browritrucking.com
770-344-2028'


First Day
drivers
RUN SOUTHEAST ONLY
17 Company Drivers Needed
Home Every Weekend
80% Drop and Hook
Sign On Bonus
Health and Dental
Paid Vacation
Rider Program
(Immediate) .
CDL/A 2 Years OTR
Shoreline Transportation
877-208-9176


First Day
DRIVERS ABOUT MONEY
$4000 SIGN ON BONUS
Home Most Weekends
HOGAN VAN
EOE CDLA 800-444-6042


First Day
drivers
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Long and Short Term Disability
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Paid Vacation
*& MUCH MORE!
ALSO HIRING DRIVERS TO
DELIVER IN FLORIDA
AND SOUTH GEORGIA
24 months exp. needed
Call 877-TDT-BEST
or visit www.gotdt.com
EOE



First Day
FOREMAN, PLUMBERS
& HELPERS
Piece work options. Top pay &
benefits. Women & minorities
encouraged to apply. Will train right
people. Call .386-423-5800 or 407-
467-5027. (Live Oak, FL)


First Day
SHealth Educator/Case Manager
to provide in-home and community
diabetes and hypertension education
and monitoring throughout
Suwannee and Hamilton Counties.
PT grant funded position for RN/LPN
or health-professional with
experience in teaching, counseling,
community education. For more
information, contact Elizabeth Gollub
at (352) 313-6500 x107 or:
egollub@wellflorida.org


First Day
LPN
Private Duty Shift in the
Lake City, FL area: 3-11.
Please call (386) 755-1544.


Maintenance
HELP WANTED maintenance man
with knowledge of plumbing, electric
and carpentry. Tools required.
Transportation a must. Drug free
workplace. Call (386) 330-2567


First Day
TEEN VOLUNTEER '
PROGRAM LEADER -,

Suwannee County is currently
seeking applicants for the position
of Teen Volunteer Program
Leader for the Suwannee River
Regional Library, Live Oak, FL.
This temporary 40-hour per week
position will commence no earlier
than May 11, 2006 and end on or
before July 21, 2006. The Teen
Volunteer Program Leader will be
responsible for developing
programs and activities for
preschoolers during the summer
using the teenage Volunteers as
the program providers. The
Program Leader will also be
responsible for coordinating and
organizing the Teen Volunteers.
Experience working with groups is
highly desired. Minimum
qualifications include a high school
diploma and computer skills.
Leadership skills and an ability to
work well with teens and preschool
age children are required. Salary
range is $7.29 $10.19 per hour,
based on experience. Applications
may be picked up at the Suwannee
County Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine Avenue,
Live Oak, FL 32064; telephone
(386) 362-6869. Applicants are
encouraged to submit resumes,
letters of reference, and other,
biographical information with their
applications. All applications
must be returned to the
Suwannee County
Administrative Services
Department. Position will remain
open until filled. All applicants
subject to drug testing prior to
employment. EEO/AA/V/D


And Make Your Event a Success!


First Day
HELP WANTED

We have positions available for
mechanics, welders, electricians,
and electronics trainees. No
experience necessary. Full pay while
training. Must be 17-34 year old high
school diploma graduate. Paid
relocate. Call 1-800-342-8123 (FL) or
1-800-843-2189 (GA/SC)


SEARS HOME IMPROVEMENT has
openings available to promote
products inside Sears stores. Base /
Bonus, up to $13/hour. Prior sales
experience a plus. Excellent
communication skills. Seniors
welcome. 1-800-379-8310. EOE /
DFWP, M/F/H/P

First Day
medical








We have immediate openings and
are seeking qualified applicants for
the following positions:

*RNs
Med/Surg
OR

Cardiovascular Tech
Cardiac Cath Lab

Utilization Management
Case Manager

*SCRUB TECH
Surgical Services

Clinical Dietitian

Imaging Clerk

Phlebotomist

*PHYSICAL THERAPIST

*US TECH
*RADTECH

*RESPIRATORY THERAPIST

*SLEEP LAB COORDINATOR

HIM Tech
HIM Coder II

*Ask about our sign-on bonus
S plan!
We offer a generous benefit
package that includes health,
dental, life Insurance, vision, stock
purchase plan, 401(k) retirement,
paid time off and many morel

OE,,,iand ,DQrugc E,reeWork Place.
For more information and to apply:
Call: 386-71:9-9020 or fax: 386-
719-9028 or online at:
www.lakecitymedical.com
First Day
Mgmt & Serv Personnel
LOWE'S OF LAKE CITY
NOW HIRING:
Management all levels, Delivery
Drivers, Customer Service
Associates all areas, cashiers,
loaders, apply at the store: 3463
Bascom Norris Drive, Lake City, FL
or online at:
www.lowes.com/careers

MH serv/repair
WAYNE FRIER
CORPORATE OFFICE
is now hiring for Mobile Home
Service and Used Home Repair
Position. Experience required. Call
Larry J. Olds for interview 386-362-
2720.

Mobile Home Service
Repairman Experience required.
Apply in person at Bobby Corbett's
Mobile Home Center, 1126 E.
Howard St
(Hwy 90 E) Live Oak, FL.


First Day
NOW HIRING AT
LIVE OAK WAL-MART
Up to 33 hours per week. Apply on
computers in the Layaway
Department or Service Desk at 6868
Hwy 129N in Live Oak, FL. 32060


SII, i :_ Each Kit includes:
S1:4 -- 3 Bright 11"x 14" All.-weather Signs

i Over.275 Pre-Priced Labels
S ', 5 ,' 'o .^ ~ -. -,J Successful Tips for a "No Hassle" Sale
S',-* Pre-Sale Checklist
Sales Record Form




Run your Yard Sale in the


Wednesday North Florida Focus &

Friday. Suwannee Democrat Classifieds

and get the Yard Sale Kit for FREE.

Deadline for placing your yard sale is Friday at.11:00 a.m.
L 225967DH-Fj


First Day
Office Assistant

FRIER'S TRANSPORT, INC.
is seeking a dependable office
assistant for it's busy Live Oak, FL
office. Excellent telephone,
interpersonal, and organizational
skills are required. Knowledge of
the trucking industry and computer
skills are highly desirable. Position
involves regulated industry record
keeping and compliance activities,
A/P and A/R processing, assisting
Transportation Coordinator with
scheduling, and general office
duties. Call Lori at 386-362-7883 to
request an application.

First Day
PA/NP
$120,000.00 + per year.
And $5,000.00 sign on bonus.
Growing company looking to expand.
Call 352-271-1112.
First Day
-OFFICE ASSISTANT
Now taking applications for P/T office
assistant. Must be dependable, with
good phone & computer skills.
References req'd. Drug free
workplace. Please contact Robin @
,386-362-5608.
First Day
PARAMEDIC

The Emergency Services
Department is currently seeking
applicants for a full-time position of
Paramedic. Minimum
qualifications include graduation
from a standard high school,
completion of approved Paramedic
course work with training and
attained related certification are
required. Firefighter Certificate of
Compliance from the Florida
Bureau or Fire Sthndards and
Training is desired. Must possess
a valid Florida Drivers .License.
Interested applicants may. obtain
an application at the Administrative
Services Department, 224 Pine
Avenue, Live Oak, Florida 32064
(386) 362-6869. Applicants are
encouraged to submit resumes,
letters of reference, or other
biographical information with their
application. All applicants subject
to a pre-employment physical and
drug test.

Position will remain open until
filled. EE/AAIV/D


First Day
STILL GROWING!!!
The Patent & Trademark Institute
now has a full time sales position
available. $40K to $80K first year
income. Must live in the Live Oak, FL
area and be able to work 2pm til
9pm. This is a high caliber job and
sales experience is a plus. Call
Bobby @ 386-330-0403. Let's grow
some money!!!

TILE & MARBLE
Well established company looking
For the right employee!!
Installer/Assistant
Must have experience
Must be able to lift 701bs.
Reliable transportation
Smoke free environment
Please call 386-755-1991 for appt.
Drug screen/Backgrd req.
HISTORY INSTRUCTOR
North Florida Community College
Madison, Florida
Full time faculty appointment
beginning August, 2006. The
successful candidate will teach
History courses through the
sophomore-level. These include
American History, History of Western
Civilization, Race and Ethnicity,.
African American History and World
History.

Qualifications: A master's degree
(from accredited institution) with a
minimum of 18 graduate semester
hours in History. Community college
teaching experience is preferred. In
addition to teaching duties, position
will include: established office hours;
serving on College committees;
professional development;
participating in Department and
College activities. Some classes
taught may be night and/or dual
enrollment courses on NFCC
campus and/or at satellite
campuses.

Send applications to: Director HR,
North Florida Community College,
325 NW Turner Davis Drive,
Madison, Florida 32340. Only
complete application packets will be
considered. Complete application
packet requires letter; resume and
application; copy of Transcripts
(unofficial okay). Application is
available on website at
www.nfcc.edu. Questions: Call Mrs.
Enid Kozlowski (850-973-1636) or
e-maill to kozlowskie@nfcc.edu.
Application packet must be
received by April 18,2006. EOE


STATE FARM AGENCY
needs 440- licensed staff.
Preferably with State Farm
experience, but will train if
necessary. Send resume to P.O.
Box 136, Lake City, FL 32056

First Day
Top climber/Bucket operator
Mih. "B" Class CDL with airbrakes.
Drug testing. Call Dedge Tree
Service at 386-963-5026.

TRUCK DRIVERS NEEDED
Must be Drug Free, Dependable &
have 3 years CDL exp. Call (386)
935-2773 or Fax Resume. (386) 935-
6838 (FL)

WAITRESSES NEEDED
for fast growing restaurant. Must be
able to work, nights & weekends.
Apply in person @ B-B Ann's, 1-75 &
CR 136 in White Springs, FL.

First Day
TEMPORARY ROAD
MAINTENANCE WORKER I
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

The Suwannee County Public
Works" Department is currently
recruiting for a temporary Road
Maintenance Worker I position.
Responsibilities include but are not
limited, to performing manual
and/or semi-skilled labor as
directed by .supervisor. May
perform minor repairs/adjustments
or maintenance on equipment.

Qualifications include one year of
manual labor experience and
education equivalent to a partial
high school education. Must
possess a valid Florida Drivers
License. Rate of pay is $7.29 per
hour.

Interested applicants are required
to submit a Couhty application to
the Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine Avenue,
Live Oak, Florida 32064, (386)
362-6869 no later than 5:00 p.m.
May 1, 2006. All applicants are
subject to a pre-employment
physical and drug test.
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SEstate Auction'

Real Estate & Contents (Living Estate)

9 AM, Saturdty, April 29, 2006
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10407 129th Rd.,LiveOakFL 32060

Real Estate Preview Sunday, April 23rd, 4-6pm
For alternate showing...1-888-999-7653
5 Year Old; Custom Built 2,292 sq. ft Home, 3BR/2BA, Split Plan, Large Living Room,
Fireplace, Computer Room, Family Room, Kitchen with Built-ins, Tile and Carpet Floors,
Utility Room. 2 Stall Stable, Board Fence, Office Building, Kennel for Dogs. Well and
Septic...all on 1 acre (mol) on paved road and much more!


Real Estate to sell at Noon! Contents begin at 9AM!

Directions: From 1-10 Exit 129 South (approx 4 mi) to Rt. 51 toward Mayo 1.5 mile to 129th Road, Turn Left & Follow Signs.
Parcel ID#: (04-038-13E-0846400-0020) Suwannee County, Florida *
Real Estate Terms: 10% Non Refundable Deposit day of Auction, Balance Due at Closing (Usually 30 da, .r i. c) 10%
Buyers Premium. Home sold in "As-Is" "Where-Is" Condition with confirmation from seller.
This property is very clean and sharp looking, in excellent condition, has just what you are looking for...
Don't miss this auction!
GE Johnson, Associate for G.E. Johnson Auctioneers and Real Estate, Inc.- Julia J. Johnson, Liec. Real Estate Broker.
All announcements Made by Auctioneer from Auction Block Take Precedence over All Advertisements. All information
provided by seller believed to be correct but not guaranteed, buyer to rely on their own inspection of records and property.


Household Furniture & Goods Antiques Golf Cart Tools Linens Collectibles -
Glass '99 Ford Ranger Pick-Up & Much, Much, More!!!! Something for everyone!
"Plan to spend the day the Auction Way"
Concession Available Bring a Chair

Appliquces: Stainless Steel Side x Side Refrigerator, Stainless Steel Ceramic Top Elec.Range, Kenmore Matching Washer/Dryer
(Elec), White (Nearly New) Side x Side Refrigerator & Ceramic Top Range
Furniture & Household: Sofa, Love Seat, Chair & Ottoman, Patio Furniture, Big Screen Hitachi TN D,)nc.r Ph. fe Coffee Table &
End Table w/drawers, 55 Gal. Aquarium w/stand, Artificial Trees, Oil Paintings, Sanyo Stereo System. Clr.. .l:.,d.e.- Dinene SEii 4
Chairs, (2) Armoires, Standing Fan, Oil Painting (Indian Head), (2) Portable TV's & VCR's, White T7, ir Bed Sei .. Dre,>er; I
Mirror/1 Night Stand, Wall Hanging (Sea Scape), King Bedroom Set w/Triple Dresser/High Boy/(2) Night Stands, Floor Mirror, Bench,
Pre-Lit 7.5' Christmas Tree, Atelier Organ, Floor Lamps, Chippendale Dining'Room Suite -Table w/ 4 Chairs- Lighted China Cabinet,
Futon & Frame, Large & Small Bookcases, Patio Furniture 6 Chairs-2 Ottomans-2 End Tables, Comer Curio Cabinet (Lighted), 9
Drawer Dresser, Karaoke Machine, VCR/RCA Receiver, Stinger Vacuum Cleaner, Large Terra Cotta Planters, Asst. Bedding & Linens,
Pots/Pans, Dishes, Bake ware, common house wares, too many items, still unpacking...
Antiques & Collectibles: Clover Leaf Fern Stand, Drop Front Secretary (Oak), 410 Pistol 45 long colt .410 3 in 5 Shot, Comer Desk,
Stacking Tables, Anniversary Clock, Barbie Doll Collection, Matching Urns, Music Boxes, Agatha Christy Book Collection, Chiming
Clock, Clock w/Flowefs (Ceramic), Lava Lights, 50's,'& 60's Comic Books, Small Marble Top Table, Mikasa, Nippon, Silver Plated
Tea Set, Acoustics Guitar, Hump Back Trunk, Bow and Arrow, Fencing Outfit complete w/sword, 5 Gallon Milk Can, Cast Iron Lead
Bucket, 5 Gallon Glass Bbttles, Bud Lights, 20b Yr. Old Ice Box complete. .'
Office Furniture:. Wooden Office Desk w/glass top, 4 and 2 Drawer File Cabinets, HP Color Copier, U-Shaped Computer Desk
w/hutch, IBM Computer/21" Monitor.
Auto & Truck: 1994 Lincoln Continental, 4DR/Air/Keyless Entry, 1999 Ford Ranger Pick-up
Tools: Drywall Tools, Shop Lights, Extension Mirrors, Bumsamatic Torch, Air Hose, Rolled Wire, Parts Washer w/ Chemical, Step
Ladders, Creeper, Extension Cords, Truck Tool Boxes, Electrical Parts, Roll Around Tool Box complete with Snap on & Mac Tools,
Wheel Bubble Balancer, Craftsman Tool Box, Inverter, Sump Pumps, Jumper Cables, Cable Come-a-longs, Lots of electrical, Dremel
Grinder, Asst. Paint,.Mig Welder, Bolt Cutters, Grinders, 25,000# Chlain Fall, Rivet Gun (Air-New), Log Chains (Asst.), Chain
Binders, Loaded Roll Around Tool Boxes, Battery Charger, Timing Lights, Auto Parts, Jack Stands, Tree Trimmers, Shovels, Rakes,
Garden Tools, Paint Guns Paint Sprayer, Drill Sharpeners, Cutting Torch w/ full Tanks, Dewalt Table Saw, Floor Jacks, Bottle Jacks,
Riobi Cordless Drill, Tap & Die Set, Vacuum Pump & Case (2), AC/DC Converter, Pipe Wrenches-Crescent W(enches-Bench Grinder-
Alum. Cast, Snap on Ratchet Extensions,
Misc: Minnow Buckets, Anchor Kit, Fifth Wheel Hitch complete for Pick up, Lawn Sweeper 4' Craftsman, Hi Output Fan, Radios,
Misc. Lumber, McCullough Chain Saw, Pre Hung Doors (New), Oil Cooler for Detroit Engine, Craftsman Riding Mower 22 HP 42"
Cut, Mower/Mulcher, 2100 PSI Pressure Washer, Concrete Bird Bath, 6.5 60 Gallon Air Compressor, Small Work Bench w/ Vise, Asst.
Ladders, Kohler 4000 Generator, 25,000# Winch, 4000# Lift, Ridged Pipe Stand with threaders 1/2- 2", (New) Generator for 8U71
Detroit Engine (Trucks/Buses), Reese Hitches (Receivers), Small Safe, Weslo Treadmill, Pool Cabinet, Homelite Chain Saw, and much
more!!
Personal Property Terms: 10% BP Charged, Visa/MC Available, Checks w/IlD, Cash. All Checks subject to clear before release on
titled vehicles (Unless prearranged with auctioneer).


AU1840


- G.E. Johnson Auctioneers
au1840/ab1337
12532 172nd Street, McAlpin, FL 32062

1-888-999-7953
www.gejohnsonauctioneers.com
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To place your ad in the Classified Marketplace,

call Louise at 386-362-1734 today!





Sell Your Car for "Top Dollar" ^


Each Kit Includes:
* 2 All-Weather Fluorescent "For Sale" Signs
* Successful Tips
"Get Top Dollar for Your Used Car"
Pre-Sale Checklist
Vehicle Options Window Display
E-Z Closing Forms
including Deposit Form & Bill of Sale


Run your Car For Sale classified in the Wednesday
North Florida, Focus & Friday Suwannee Democrat
Classifieds and get the Car Kit for FREE.*
Deadline for placing your ad is Friday at 11:00 a.m.


*Not valid with the $18.95 special


Want To Work in N. Florida?
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Live Oak, Suwannee County, FL
Due to growth we have new
employment opportunities in our
modern poultry operations.
Examples of available jobs:*
Deboner: $9.26
Packers: $8.71
Warehouse: $9.06
Night Sanitation: $9.06
Live Hangers: $11.20
Maintenance: $9.20-$14.00
*Includes Perfect Attendance
Bonus of $.95/hour
Successful candidates must be
able to perform the essential
functions of the job with or without
accommodations, and be legally
authorized to work. Will train.
Overtime work available daily and
weekend. Medical and life
insurance, dental, vision and
prescription .drug programs, paid
vacations, paid holidays, credit
union and more.
Apply Now!!!
Gold Kist Inc.
19740 US Hwy 90W.
Live Oak, Florida 32060
English 386-208-0205
Espanol 386-208-0190
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
EOE-AA-M-F-V-D
APPLICATIONS also ACCEPTED
Employment CONNECTIONS
LOCATIONS:
1416 N. Ohio Ave.1 200 W.Base
Live Oak, FL Madison, FL


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15468 111th Rd., McAlpin, FL 32062
Preview: 1 Hour Prior the Auction!
Directions: Approx. 15 miles north of Branford, FL on US Hwy 129 through McAlpin, Auction on Left.
Watch for Signs!!
Tools Household Misc.
Tools & Equipment: 6' Stone Rack, 3 pt Hiller, GD2448 Sweep-All Pull Behind 3 pt Hitch, TPW2448 Sweep-All (Power take
off), Grasshopper 614- 42" cut w/bagger, Tandem Axle 16'. Trailer w/ramp (new) 10" Table Saw Craftsman (new), Log
Chains, Binders, Pipe Wrenches, Jack Stands, Poulan Pole Saw (new), Wallenstein Honda Generator (new), Gas Blower,
Shallow Well Pump, Nails, Trailer Hitches, Gas Pump for Tank; Misc Hand Tools, Portable Air Tank, Lantern, Kubota Tiller
AT55, 2" Water Pump w/hoses, House Door, Elec. Chain Saw, 8.2 Magna plus Generator, 3 Cylinder Diesel Isuzu Motor,
Insulation R-11, Nut & Bolt Bins 6'x7', 15" Truck Tires, Tow Bar, Chain Link Fence, Lot Misc., Garden Tools, Push Mower
Household: Chest Deep Freezer, Luggage, Brass Bed, 27" Portable TV Phillips Magnavox, Water Cooler, Treadle Sewing
Machine, Trestle Tables & Chairs
Mise: Ice Chest, 52 Gal Gas Hot Water Heater (new), Bird Cage, Pet Care, Portable Dog Kennel, Hot Water Tank, Go-Cart
Carter 2004, 12-50# bags Pinto Beans, 4-50# bags Buckwheat (seed), Galvanized Water Trough, Misc. Lumber, Fishing Tackle,
500 Gal Fuel Tank, (2)Toolboxes Diamond Plate, 15 gal-200 PSI Sprayer (new), Approx (50) 4" solid block 8x16, Misc.
PVC, Bicycles, 2 Roosters:
Terms: Cash, Good Checks with ID, Visa/MC Accepted. Everything sold in "As-Is" Condition. Everything paid for before
removal. 10% BP.


AU1840


G.E. Johnson Auctioneers ,
aul840/ab1337
12532 172nd Street, McAlpin, FL 32062

1-888-999-7953
www.gejohnsonauctioneers.com


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1-888-999-7953 / 386-330-2719 or 1-386-965-2980
(George)
All announcements made by Auctioneer from Auction Block Take Precedence Over All Advertisements
Email bidlbid2@msn.com

Bring a Chair! Concession Available!
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TRANSPORTATION
Autos for Sale
CHEVY Max 2002. DVD, leather,
sunroof, skid control, XM satellite
radio, 32 MPG. $18,000.00 Call 386-
963-5500 after 7 p.m.
FORD T-Bird, 1993 $2100.00 BUICK
Skylark 1996 $3600.00. Fiberglass
15ft boat w/motor, 1966, $1600.00.
All in excellent condition. Golf carts
also available. Call 386-658-3600.
PONTIAC Bonneville 1983-
Mechanic's special. Clean interior,
AC works. Still dependable
transportation. $300.00 O.BO. Call
352-225-0054.
Trucks for Sale
FORD F-150 Lariat Super Cab
1997-4.6 Liter EFI V8, AT, all power,
AM/FM/Cassette/6 CD, ,excellent
condition. $8,000.00 OBO. Call 386-
362-7955 or 386-208-9864.
Vans for Sale
First Day
CHEVY Astro Van, 2000. 116K mi.,
iront.rear air works. $6,000.00 firm.
C.all 386-832-6060.
CHEVY Lumina Mini-van 1996-
Nrees engine work, less than 145K
nl66. $1,000.00 OBO. Call 386-688-
5307. ,
Accessories/Parts
WHEELS & TIRES- Set of. 2005
Cadillac Escalade wheels & tires,
factory magnesium rims. $125.00
each or 4 for $450.00. Call 386-755-
2424, ask for Gus.

Liberty National Life Insurance
is expanding its operation and is looking for upwardly rr
people to fill insurance sales & service positions. Aver
annual earnings $42,000. Fringe benefit package: 2 retir
funds, health insurance, paid vacation, convention trips &
others. No experience necessary. We have on the job tr
Requirements: honesty, hard worker & dependable transport
Contact Ronnie Harvey at 1-877-865-656!
Or fax resume to: 386-752-8724'
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Patios Driveways & Sidewalks
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CWayne Selph ell: 386-330-4197


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