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Passport


Local state parks on ReserveAmerica's


Top Outdoor Locations list for 2007


Siaff

Two nature and cultural areas in
Hamilton County have been recog-
nized as top recreational locations
*f- the United States. ReserveAmer-
ica, a national camping reservation
organization, selected 60 Florida
State Parks in 16 categories for its
annual list of America's top out-
door locations, ir,,cldJinr :the
'Si\.-innee River Wilderness Trail
and the Stephen Foster Folk Cul-
ture Center State Park.
"To stand out among the nation's
most beautiful and interesting lo-
; .tions is an honor," said Florida
Park Service Director, Mike Bul-
lock. "Providing Florida residents
and visitors a place for memorable
recreation in clean, affordable and
enjoyable places is what we strive
for"
The Northeast Region of the
Wilderness Trail was-selected-as.
one of the top 25 Canoeing Spot-.
Attei paddling hiking, biking or
ho rseback riding along the Suwan-
nee River, .travelers can stay at
'u "bs-i" ', o-ern'ight camps that are
'located every 10 miles along the
trail. State park- along the trail,


such as Stephen Foster Folk Cul-
ture Center in White Spring-, otter
natural, cultural and historical
venues,' as well as camping and
cabins.
Stephen Foster Folk Cultutre Cen-
ter was chosen as one of the loca-
tions of the top 15 Tour- and
Events. The park honors Stephen
Foster, one of America's influential
...composer, xith dioramas that
-1ho% scenes from some oTf lii- mo-t
tamou_- song-. Several fe-ti\all- and
other events' are held at the park
each year, including Rural Folkli fe
Days, the Antique Tractor and En-
gine Show and the Jeannie Vocal
Auditions and Ball. The largest
event at ihe park is the Floi ida Folk
Festival, the nation's oldest, contin-
uous folk festival, which feature-
performers from across the United
States.
For more information about the
Wilderness Trail, vi-sit
http:/ /www.florida-tatepark-.org
S/wilderne-s or ww .-suwan-
neerivericom To learn more about
the Stephen Foster Folk Culture
:Center, \ iit http:/ /wwV.flori-
dastateparks.org/stephenfoster or
w. vww.stephenifsotercso.org.


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processing



delayed
May take up to passports. In the first sev-
12 weeks for en months (October
through April) of Fiscal
standard processing Year 2007, the Depart-
ment issued 8.6 million
By Melody Lee, Manager passports. This is a 33 per-
cent increase from the
More than 70 million same period last, year and
United States citizens is more passports than
have a valid passport an were issued in any single
estimated quarter of the full year before 2003. With
eligible population. In 'fis- passport demand at
cal year 2006 the US De- record levels, passport
apartment of State issued production time currently
over 12.1 million pass- averages10 to 12 weeks.
ports. United States citizens
In recent months the traveling to Canada, Nlex-
Departmnent has issued
more than three million, see Passport, Page 2A


How to apply


for a passport


By Melody Lee, Manager

IF YOU HAVE NEVER
HAD A PASSPORT:
You i\ll have to apply in
person at one of the .more
than j.000 passport accep-
tance facilities in the United
States. You can apply for a
passport at the Finance Di-
rector's office in the Hamil-
ton County Courthouse in
Jasper, between 8:30 a.m
and 4 p.m., Monday
through Friday. No ap-
pointment is needed. Call
the passport acceptanceL
agent, Marsanne Petty, at
792-0868 for more informa-
tion.
You will need your origi-
nal birth certificate with
raised seal, two passport.
photos (2"x2"), photo ID
.(driver's license or state is-
sued ID), Social Security'
card arid completed pass-
port application. You must


sign the application in front
of the passport acceptance
agent.
If you are applying for a
passport for a child age 14
or under, the child and both
parents must be present lf a
parent is unavailable, con-
tact the pa,;port acceptance
agent for information about
the proper documentation
needed to complete the ap-
plication.

IF YOUR PASSPORT IS
EXPIRED. DANALUGED.
LOST OR STOLEN:
You.also have to apply in
person if your expired pass-
port is not in your posses-
sion, if your previous pass-
port has expired or was is-
sued more than 15 years
ago, if your previous pass-
port was issued when you

see How to, 'Page 2A


New recreatijfguide ready


Pink Ladies help Council


Submitted

District .<-
' ands ,..;.
''Yours To
Enjoy, the
Newly revised
and updated
recreation guide
to lands managed
by the Su-wannee
River Water MIanage-
ment District is; now.
available free ot charge
upon request The la-t
edition of the guide -.as
published in 211100.
, Produced b\ the De-
partment of Land Acquti-
sition and Management,
the new version features
individual maps, loca-
tions, descriptions, and

INDEX
Jail Notes ......... .4B
Legal Notices ...... 4B
Classifieds ..... ..2-4D
Calendar ......... .3-7C
Obituaries .. ..... 5A
WS News .......... 7A
Guest Commentary .4A
Norris Notes ...... .10A


"\cih ta-
city and.
activity infor-
mation for most District
properties.. Key terms


and a glossary of natural
communities are also in-
cluded
The guide is designed
tor ease-of-use and
portability with half-
lettei pages bound in
S"O" rings to lay
flat.
For more in-
formation call
Sthe District
office at
S 386-362-
1001 or 800-226-
1060 I FL toll free), or
e-mail recreation@sr-
wmd.org. An online ver-
sion, continually updat-
ed a& changes occur, is
also available at
www.mysuwanneeriv-
er.com.


Hamilton County Pink Ladies Auxiliary President Elizabeth Lucas (center) and Trea-
surer Lehora Braswell, present Mazel Spencer, Hamilton County Council on Aging Ex-
ecutive Director, a $500 donation. The Pink Ladies personally and individually serve
and assist the community, and contribute to various needs from the resources of the
auxiliary. (Staff Photo)


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Precip: 30% 6 ,d
Mostly cloudy skies early. A few
showers developing later in the day.
High 68F. Winds WSW at 5 to 10
mph. Chance of rain 30%.
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How to


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were under age 16, or if your
currently valid passport has
been lost or stolen.
You can renew by mail if
your most recent passport is
available to be submitted
and is not damaged, if you
received the passport within
the past 15 years, you were
over age 16 when it was is-
sued, and you still have the
same name or can legally
document your name
change.
If your passport has been
altered or damaged, you
cannot apply by mail. You
must apply in person.
To renew your passport
by mail, complete an appli-
cation for passport by mail.
Attach your most recent
passport, two .identical pass-
port photos and a $67 fee
payable to the US Depart-
ment of State to National
Passport Processing, PO Box
13290, Philadelphia, PA
19101-3290.
If your name has changed
since your passport was is-
sued, enclose a certified copy
of the legal document speci-
fying your name change
(marriage certificate, divorce
decree, adoption decree,
court order). No photocopies
will be accepted.


BEFORE SUBMITTING.
YOUR APPLICATION:
You should check your ap-
plication against the check-
list on the US Department of
State Passport website,
http: / /travel.state.gov/pass
port. Thirteen percent of ap-
plications are delayed by
simple errors such as not
signing the application, for-
getting to include a check for
the application fee, writing a
check for the wrong amount,
or submitting a photograph
that does not meet Depart-
ment specifications. Applica-
tions that use the secure on-
line form will be processed
more quickly.

CHECKING THE
STATUS OF YOUR
APPLICATION:
Under current privacy
laws, the passport accep-
tance agent cannot contact
Passport Services regarding
your passport.
You can call the National
Passport Information Center
(1-877-487-2778) for cus-
tomer inquiries and informa-
tion. It is open Monday
through Friday, from 6 a.m.
until midnight (Eastern
Time) and Saturday and
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
You will need your. full
name, date of birth, Social
Security number and the


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date you applied for your
passport to check on the sta-
tus of your application.
Travelers can also check
the status of their passport
applications online at
http:/ /travel.state.gov/pass
port. Currently it is taking
seven to ten days for applica-
tions to be tracked online;
less if you paid Expedited
Service and sent your appli-
cation via overnight deliv-
ery. You will need your last
name, date of birth and the
last four digits of your Social
Security number to check on
the status of your applica-
tion.
Those who have applied
and are leaving within two
weeks can visit the website to
send an email inquiry to
check the status or call the
National Passport .Informa-
tion Center at 1-877-487-
2778.

IF YOU NEED A VISA:
You must have a passport
before you can apply for a
Visa to any country.
V i s i tb
http:/ /travel.state.gov/trav-
el/ tips/brochures/brochure
s_1229.html to determine if
you need a Visa for the coun-
try you are visiting.
The passport acceptance
office in Hamilton County
does not issue Visa. You will
have to obtain a Visa from
the appropriate embassy or
the nearest consulate of the
country you are planning to
visit. Some of the embassies
are located outside the state
of Florida and you may have
to travel to the embassy to
obtain your Visa. You should
allow time for travel to the
embassy and for the process-
ing of the Visa, which may
take up to two weeks.


Passport


Continued From Page 1A

ico, the Caribbean, and
Bermuda who have ap-
plied for but not yet re-
ceived passports can nev-
ertheless temporarily enter
and depart from the US by
air with a government is-
sued photo identification
and Department of State
official proof of application
for a passport through
Sept. 30. The federal gov-
ernment is making this ac-
commodation for air travel
due to longer than expect-
ed processing times for
passport applications in
the face of record-breaking
demand.
Travelers with pending


passport applications can
obtain proof of application
on the website. Travelers
who have not applied for a
passport should not expect
to be accommodated.
Americans traveling to a
country that requires pass-
ports must still present
those documents. This ac-
commodation is subject to
change at any time.
Adults who have applied
for but not yet received a
passport should present
government-issued photo
identification and an offi-
cial proof of application
from the US Department of
State. Children under the
age of 16 traveling with
their parents or legal


guardian will be permitted
to travel with the child's
proof of application status.
Children traveling alone
should carry a copy of their
birth certificate, baptismal
record or a hospital record
of birth in the US in addi-
tion to their passport appli-
cation status documenta-
tion. .
. Travelers who have not
applied for passports to
date should allow at least
10 to 12 weeks for standard
passport processing and
three to four weeks for ex-
pedited processing. Infor- -
mation on how to apply for
a passport, including how,
to expedite processing, is
available on the website.


Debt collections and



the consumer's rights


A consumer's rights are
protected under the Fair
Debt Collections Practices
Act (FDCPA). Congress,
passed this law to provide
standards by which debt.
collection companies can
operate and not interfere
- with the lives of the people
from whom they are at-
tempting to collect debts.
Basically, any action by a
creditor that would be
deemed "harassing" is a vi--
olation of the law. This in-
cludes repeated phone
calls, calls after 8 p.m., calls
on Stinday and calls to a
consumer's place of em-
ployment. They also have
the right to tell a creditor
that he or she may not call
them anymore.
Once notified, creditors
may no longer call them
anywhere or they are in vi-
olation of the FDCPA. Sub-
mit this request in writing
by certified mail and re-
quest a return receipt, The
downside to using this tac-
tic is the creditor may de-
cide at that point to file a


lawsuit.
Creditors do not have the
right to harass people into
paying. Following are a few
of the common lies told by
collection companies:
"If you don't pay, you
will lose your house!" In
most cases a consumer's
home is protected as home-
stead property with no lim-
its on value. Exceptions in-
clude the mortgage compa-
ny or condominium and
homeowners associations.
"If you don't pay, you.
will lose your belongings
and car!" Florida law al-
lows individuals to protect
up to $1,000 of personal
property, (usually figured at
garage sale values) and up
to $1,000 of equity in a car.
However, the lender who
provided a car loan has the
right to repossess the vehi-
cle.
"If you don't pay we will
garnish your wages!" The
wages of the head of a
house hold a person pro-
viding more than half of the
support of another person -


are completely exempt
from a garnishment. Excep-
tions to this rule are student
loans and the IRS.
"If you don't pay you will
go to jail!" A person cannot-
go to jail for debt in the
United States. Again, the
IRS is an exceptioA.
One key fact that collec-
tion agents generally omit
from their calls is that all of
the above remedies assume
they have already filed a
lawsuit against a consumer
and obtained a judgment. A
person will know if they
have been sued because
Florida law requires that
they get actual notice of any
lawsuits filed against them:
Knowing their rights can
save a consumer from un-
due harassment at the
hands of debt collectors. If
someone finds themselves
in a situation where their
debt is more than they can
hope to pay, they should
.consult an attorney about
the relief available to con-
sumers under Florida's
bankruptcy laws.


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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2007








THLI IP R AY lillv 19q 007


On July 11, New York
Times reporter Patricia Co-
hen wrote an article titled,
"In Economics Depart-
ments, a Growing Will to
Debate Fundamental As-
sumptions." The article be-
gins with, "For many econ-
omists, questioning free-
market orthodoxy is akin to
expressing a belief in intel-
sligent design at a Darwin
convention: Those who
doubt the naturally benefi-
cial workings of the market
are considered deluded or
crazy." Cohen then reports
interviews with several
prominent economists, one
being Princeton professor
Alan Blinder, former vice
chairman of the Federal Re-
serve Bank.
Professor Blinder said,
"What I've learned is any-
one who says anything
even obliquely that sounds
hostile to free trade is treat-
ed as an apostate." Contin-
uing his criticisms of main-
stream economists, he adds
that efforts to intervene in
markets, such as mandato-
ry minimum wages, indus-
trial policy and price con-
trols, are also viewed nega-
tively.
First, let's establish a


working definition of free
markets; it's really simple.
Free markets are simply
millions upon millions of
individual decision-mak-
ers, engaged in peaceable,
voluntary exchange pursu-
ing what they see in their
best .interests. People who
denounce the free market
and voluntary exchange,
and are for control and co-
ercion, believe they have
more intelligence and su-
perior wisdom to the mass-
es. What's more, they be-
lieve they've been ordained
to forcibly impose that wis-
dom on the rest of us. Of
course, they have what
they consider good reasons
for doing so, but every
tyrant that has ever existed
has had what he believed
were good reasons for re-
stricting the liberty of oth-
ers.
Tyrants are against the
free market because it im-
plies voluntary exchange.
Tyrants do not trust that
people acting voluntarily
will do what the tyrant
thinks they ought to do.
Therefore, they want to re-
place the market with eco-
nomic planning, or as Pro-
fessor Blinder calls it-- in-


Fatality report for July Fourth holiday


Thirty-one people were
killed in crashes investigat-
ed by Florida Highway Pa-
trol troopers over the six-
day July 4 holiday driving
period,, which began July 3
and ended July 8. None of
the fatalities happened in'
Hamilton County.
..'During;.-. this '. period, .:
ltr,_,_per-. charg,-d 167 peo-
ple with driving under the
'influence; issued 7,589
speeding citations; issued
1,426 seatbelt and child re-
straint citations; and assist-
ed 4,225 motorists on Flori-
da's highways.
The Florida Highway Pa-
trol again participated in
Operation CARE (Com-
bined Accident Reduction,
Effort), a national program
aimed at reducing the.
number of traffic crashes


on interstate highways
during holiday periods.
During 'the official holiday
driving period, the Florida
Highway Patrol investigat-
ed 2,270 collisions.
The 31 deaths occurred
in 28 separate traffic crash-
es. Sixteen fatalities .(or 52
%.) occurred' during: the
hours' of darkness. Of the
28 'traffic crashes, 23 (or 82
%) remain listed as pend-
ing test results; with five
for ,18%) presently classi-
fied as riot alcohol related.
Of the 31 deaths, four (or 13
%) were ',pedestrians, two
(or 6 %) were bicyclists and
onie (or 3 %) was riding a
*go-cart. Sixty-seven per-
cent of those killed in vehi-
cles normally equipped
with safety belts were not
wearing their belts.


Economists on the loose Announcement of Our Parents'


A

MINORITY

VIEW



':' 2007 Creators Syndicate
BY WALTER WILLIAMS


dustrial policy.
Economic planning is
nothing more than the
forcible superseding of oth-
er people's plans by the
powerful elite. For exam-
ple, I might plan to pur-
chase a car, a shirt or apples
from a foreign producer be-
cause I see it in my best in-
terest. The powerful elite
might supersede my plan,
through import tariffs and
quotas, because they think
I should make the purchas-
es from a domestic produc-
er.
My daughter might plan
to work for the hardware
guy down the street for $4
an hour. She agrees; he
agrees; her mother says it's
OK, and I say it's OK. The
powerful elite say, "We're
going to supersede that
plan because it's not being
transacted at the price we
think it ought-be the min-
imum wage."
Cohen also interviewed
Professor David Card, say-
ing that he's done "ground-
breaking research on the ef-
fect of the minimum
wage." Literally hundreds
of studies show that in-
creases in the minimum
' wage cause unemployment
for the least-skilled worker,
a group dominated by
teenagers, particularly
black teenagers. But Profes-
sor Card's study asserts
that increases in minimum
wage actually increase em-
ployment. Besides the fact
that reviews of his study
show flawed statistical


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Pre-kindergarten (PK)
Registration is open 'for
Hamilton County School
District for children who
turn. four years old on or
before September 1.. Vol-
untary PK certificates must
be obtained from the Early
Learning Coalition of Flori-
-da's Gateway, Inc., at 484
$W commerce DpiLve, Suite
155, Lake City, or contact
the Early Learning Coali-
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9770 for more information.
The PK schools sites of
North Hamilton Elemen-
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mentary, and Greenwood
School will take an original
VPK certificate from the
parent or guardian on a
"first come, first serve"' ba-
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For more information
contact the school site or
call 386-792-6515. / '


50th Wedding Anniversary '


techniques, that assertion
doesn't even pass the smell
test. If it did, then whenev-
er there's high unemploy-
ment, anywhere in the
world, governments could
eliminate it by mandating
higher minimum wages.
Robert Reich, President
Clinton's labor secretary,
said that economists who
question free market theo-
ries really "want to speak
to the reality of our time."
That's incredible. Reality
doesn't depend on whether
it's 1907 or 2007. Reich
probably thinks the reality
of the laws of demand de-
pends on what year it is: I
wonder whether he thinks
the reality of the laws of
gravity does as well.
The ideas expressed by
economists interviewed by
Cohen, while out of the
mainstream of a large ma-
jority of economists, are
solidly in the mainstream
of mankind's traditional vi-
sion. Throughout history,
the right, to pursue one's
goals in a peaceable, volun-
tary manner, without direc-
tion, control and coercion,
has won a hostile reception.
There's little' older in histo-
ry than the. idea that some
should give orders and oth-
ers obey.
Walter E. Williams is a profes-
sor of economics at George Ma-
son University. To find out more
about Walter E. Williams and
read features by other Creators
Syndicate writers and cartoon-
ists, visit the Creators Syndicate
Web page at www.creators.com.


are cordially invited to join our
family


On the joyous occasion of our parents
Mr. & Mrs. Leon F. Scippio
Celebrating over Fifty Years of
Togetherness


As they confirm their'Holy Wedding
Vows at

New Jerusalem Baptist Church
White Springs,' Florida
On Sunday the twenty-ninth of July
Two thousand and seven
Four o'clock in the evening
Followed by a Reception Dinner
Held in their honor at
New Jerusalem Dinette Hall

Mae Edith Scippio Rayam, Inogene
Scippio Bullock.
Milton, Michael, & Carlos Scippio
The Scippio Children
'& OGiandchildren *. -


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Guest Commentary


By Waylon Bush


OK, break out the cheese
because I am about to pour


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out the whine! As all of
you know, the school
grades have been released
and the Florida Depart-
ment of Education has des-
ignated South Hamilton
Elementary (SHE) as a "B"
school this year based
upon FCAT scores. First,
let me say how grateful we
are for that high grade be-
cause as Jim Warford of
the Florida Association of
School Administrators
(FASA) explains, "The
quirks in a school's stu-
dent make up can create
traps in the scoring formu-
lae for which there is no
escape."
SHE has been snared in
one of those traps through
an anomaly in determin-
ing school grades. There
are things that the teachers
and students of SHE have
done well but are not ade-
quately reflected in our
test scores. Let's start with
last year when 100% of
SHE's fourth grade stu-
dents scored 3.5 or higher
on the FCAT writing test.
We could not count that
score because the Florida
Department of Education
requires that a school have
at least thirty students in
the fourth grade class for
the school's score to count.
A school with less than
thirty students in the class
would receive a grade
based upon the district av-
erage. Fortunately, our
other achievement scores
and the district average
were high enough to keep
us in the "A" category.
This year is a different
story. Science was tested in
the fifth grade for the first
time and the same "thirty
students rule" applies.
SHE scored very well; thir-
teen points higher than the
state average. It was a
score that would have
pushed us well into the
"A" category, but alas,
through state rule we can-
not count that score. We
made it, but cannot count


it! (Why test us?)
Let's just pretend for ac
moment that I am your
child's history teacher and'
I administer an exam to
your child, who makes a
score of 95. However, I as-
sign your child a score of
60 because most history
classes have 20 students
and your child's class only
has 18 students. Would
you question my tactics,
my reasoning, -or even -my
sanity? Would. you come
to see me? It would be nice
if a student is to receive a
grade on an exam, it
would be the one they
made.
At this point, some of
you might just want to tell
me to shut up and take my
licks, but this is not about
me. Not only is it about
students and teachers, but
it is also about the percep-
tion created throughout
the educational system.
and local community. It is
about students who com-
mitted themselves to acad..-
emic excellence and a
group and teachers ,who
worked endlessly to pro-
vide the appropriate in-
struction. They deserve
better. It would be nice if a
school ,is to receive a
grade, it would be the one
they earned. If that were
the case, then I would have
to shut up and take my
licks and I would.
SHE parents, you should
ask this question, "Why
does my child's score not
count?" 'Our children
should count just as much
as those in Duval County,
Dade County, Columbia
County, or any other coun-
ty in .the State of Florida.
SHE is not alone in this;
there are other-schools that
have been trapped by this
same effect.
For instance, William D..
Moseley Elementary
School in Palatka was only
a few points shy of a "B,"
but they could not count
their writing score'. since


they iid less than 30 stu-
dents iTn Otie class, there-
fo"e, 0lie2\ 'eie assigned a
grade of a "C," even
t ,i r titli iJ'iv made a "B." It
m'Iake cn"'e wonder how
inan) s~ ,:i')]I children
there are i the State of

You k1 now, I'm sure
there wtas a good and just
reason f.or how the state
came t-o deterlnine that
certain students and scores
do not count, but right,
now, it just doesn't come
to my mind. I'm not sure
that it ev, r wJill.
How about some good
news? Nlo Child Left Be-
hind ([lCLB), the federal
legislation that also evalu-
ates schools, has deter-
mined that SHE has
achieved Adequate Yearlyy
Progress (AYP) for the sec-
ond consecutive year: Ah,
along with the rain, there
comes a little sun some-
times!
The FCAT (a state as-
sessment) scores deter-
mine school grades, but
AYP (a federal assess-
ment) is the Feds progress
goals. The two are sepa-
rate entities. With the
FCAT, you can receive a
range of grades, but with
AYP, you either get it or
you don't. We are very
pleased to have met AYP
because it is such a diffil
cult task to -, ...ipli. ,
. Eor instance, Spruce
Creek High School in Port
Orange, (an "A" school
last. year ;d a "B" this
year) was ranked among
the Top 100 American
High Schools by
Newsweek for four years
running and reliably pro-
duces the most winners of
the News-Journal's Medal-
lion of Excellence. Did it
make'AYP? Nope. Why?.
As I have said, with the
Feds, achieving 99% of the
criteria is no better that
achieving '1. of the crite-
ria.
Since ,- has to


meet 100% of the AYP cri-
teria to please the Feds, the
majority of schools do fail
to make AYP. Sixty-seven
per cent of all high schools
in the State of Florida
failed to achieve AYP this
year. I do not have the ele-
mentary statistics at this
time. At SHE, we are
proud to have made AYP
for two consecutive years.
However, that will bring
increased 'responsibilities
to SHE, such as school
choice. That being the
case, our only option is to
work just that much hard-
er with whoever chooses
to attend SHE. Will we be
successful? Yes! Will the
State of .Florida and the
Feds say that we were suc-
cessful? It depends oii
their rules.
In closing, thanks for
listening to' an ornery old
principal, but please know
that I am proud of our stu-
dents, our staff and our
faculty for a job very well
done! Worse things could
have happened. A "B" is a
wonderful grade! As a
matter of fact, I have seen
the day when I was taking
high school Algebra a "B"
would have been like man-
na from Heaven.
Here ,is what we want
the citizens of White
Springs and Hamilton
County and the parents of
children who attend SHE
to know: SHE is a great
school and has an excellent
staff as good as any in the
State of Florida. We are
small, but proud, and have
a great deal of community
and business partner sup-
port. We promise all of
you that we will continue
to do. our best, regardless
of how insignificant others
may think we are.
"Those who have invest-
ed the most are the last to
surrender." Author Un-
known.
Waylon Bush is the princi-
pal of South Hamilton Ele-
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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


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I IIflaY II fLY 1 2TRJP


Tip Gamble

McLeod

T p Gamble McLeod, 79,
passed away Sunday,
June 17, 2007, in Mari-
etta, Georgia. Mr. McLeod
was born in Jasper, Florida,
on December 5, 1927, to the
late Angus and Cassandra
McLeod. He was a member
of First United Methodist
Church in Marietta. Mr.
McLeod was preceded in
death by a daughter, Adrian
McLeod.
Survivors include his sis-
ter, Myrtle D. Bradley of
Cairo, Georgia..
A graveside memorial ser-
vice will be held at 3:00 p.m.
on Saturday, July 21, 2007, at
Mitchell Cemetery conduct-
ed by Reverend Dale Ames.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home of Jasper had charge
of arrangements.

James Jr.

Pittman


ames Jr. Pittman, 61, of
| Jennings, Florida, passed
away Friday, July 12,
207, at his residence. Mr.
Pittman was a lifelong resi-
dent of Jennings where he
was owner of the Pittman
Chevron Station since 1978.
He was a veteran of the US
Army.
Mr. Pittman was preceded
in death by his wife, Joy
Pittman, and is survived by
two sons: Jamie (Dawn)
Pittman and Jeremy Pittman;
two daughters: Joanne


(Gary) Bennett and Jaclyn
(Dwayne) Ball, all of Jen-
nings; three brothers: Joe
(Donna) Pittman of
Arkansas, Jerry (Barbara)
Pittman of Clyattville, Geor-
gia, and Jimmy Dale Pittman
of Jennings; three sisters:
Rose (George) Selph of Jen-
nings, Peggy (John) Crosby
of Echols, Colorado, and
Carol (David) Harvey of
Jasper, Florida; and five
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday, July 16,2007, in the
Jennings Missionary Baptist
Church with burial in the
Sasser's Landing Cemetery
of Jennings.
Harry T. 'Reid Funeral
Home of Jasper had charge
of arrangements.

Geraldine

"Gerry" Nixon

eraldine "Gerry"
G Nixon, 73, of Jasper,
Florida, passed away
Wednesday, June 20, 2007.
Mrs. Nixon was born to the
late Willie Mae Simmons
and Kirk Pridgen in Raiford,
Florida, and was a graduate
of Hamilton County public
schools. She was a member
of the Greater Poplar Springs
Missionary Baptist Church
were she served as a faithful
member as a Deaconess and
as president of the Adult
Choir. Mrs. Nixon was a
member of the Hamilton
County Mass Choir under
'the leadership of Minister
Philip Coombs and New
Praise under the direction of
Deacon Steve Troy. She was


also a daycare provider.
Preceding her in death was
one son, William "Pookie"
Lily; and two sisters: Sister
Virginia Speights and Sister
Shirley Singletary.
She leaves precious mem-
ories to husband, Deacon
Roosevelt Nixon of Jasper;
three daughters: Willie Mae
(Don) Williams, Pastor He-
len (Albert) Kiser, and De-
bra Oliver, all of Jasper; a
special granddaughter she
raised, Malika Nixon of Tal-
lahassee, Florida; four sons:
John (Lafayee) Lily of Talla-
hassee, O'Neal (Katie) of
Madison, Florida, and Roo-
sevelt Jr. (Linda), and Pas-
tor Desi (Valerie) Nixon, all
of Jasper; three sisters:
Evangelist Betty Jenkins of
Madison, Lille Wyatt of
Houston, Texas, and Aquil
la Shuler of Jasper; one
brother: James Pridgen of
Miami, Florida; sisters-in-
law: Rebecca Lawson,
Gertrude Nixon, Thomas L.
Nixon, Lillie Blakely, Essie
Blakely all of York, Besse-
mer and Laurel of Alaba-


ma, and Mae Etta Hines of
Los Angeles, California;
one brother-in-law: Charles
Speights of Jasper; eleven
grandchildren; nine great-
grandchildren; one great-
great-grandchild; devoted
cousins; Willie Wilson of
Jacksonville, Florida, Helen
Jefferson of Sanderson,
Florida; special friend, Sis-
ter Betsy Walls, Josephine
Randolph, Everlena Keel,
Lavoria Townsend and
Henrietta Jackson, a host of
nieces, nephews, sorrowing
friends and the Greater
Poplar Springs Church
Family.
Funeral services were
held on Saturday, June 23,
2007, at Greater Poplar
Springs Missionary Baptist
Church of Jasper with Rev-
erend J.T. Simon, Elder
Philip Jackson and Pastor
Desi. Nixon. Interment fol-
lowed at the Friendship
Cemetery in Jasper.
Eric .A. Brown. and
Combs Funeral Home of
Lake City was in charge of
arrangements.


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Happy 20th 4

Wedding Anniversary
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of Jasper, Fla., and Crystal Hawkins of
Chicago, Ill., were married in San Diego, Calif.,
at the Good News Baptist Church, on
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FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN
N.W. 15th Avenue Jasper
Rev. Fran Wood
Sunday
Sunday School......................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship....................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday
Prayer Fellowship....................6:30 p.m.
4 324673-F

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1/2 mile East on Hwy 6, Jasper, Fl 32052
792-2275 S. Wendell Hill, Pastor
Sunday
Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m.
'Morning Worship....................11:00 a.m.
Children's Church.................11:00 a.m.
Church Training......................6:00 p.m.
.Evening Worship.................-.-7:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting.......................7:00 p.m.
324674-F
JASPER FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
207 N.E. 2nd Street, Jasper .792-2658
Pastor: Bill Floyd
I Sunday
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship.. ......... ............. 11:00 a.m.
Children's Choir &
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Youth & Children Activities...................6:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting 6:30 p.m.
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SUNRISE BAPTIST CHURCH
U.S. 129 3 miles North of Jasper
B Hbie SlI',,' '1 3 ,T,
Eur.,1j; i':r,.,:l It. 11 N .I a T
Church 11:00 a.m.
324676-F
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St.,
Jennings, FL32053
.938-5611
Pastor:Jeff Cordero
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship, Youth Happening,
RA's,.GA's 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Supper 6:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Discipleship class for adults,
Youth activities, Children's Choirs.,.6:30 p.m.
Van pick-up upon request
324677-F
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FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
13159 S.E.C.R. 137, Jasper, FL
Pastor-Avin Miller Phone- (386) 792-2470
Sunday
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship..................... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship.... ............. 6:00 p.m.
S Wednesday
Prayer Service 7:30 p.m.
324678-F


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CHURCH OF CHRIST
N.W. 3rd St., Jasper
Bldg.: 792-2277'
: Sunday
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship..................... 10:30 a.m.
Evening-Worship........ .......... 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Evening 6:00 p.m.
324679-F


JASPER CHURCH OF GOD
408 Palmetto Ave., Jasper, 792-2312
Pastor: Michael Wirt
Sunday
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Evening (1st Sunday of each
Month 6:00 p.m.
Wed. Family Training:...................7:00 p.m.
Ministering to all ages. 324682-F
324682-F


MEHDST


NEW BETHEL AME CHURCH
604 SW 6th Ave., Jasper, FL 32053
Rev. Ron Rawls
Sunday
Church School 10:00 a.m.
New Members Class................10:00 a.m.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
*Communion every 1st Sunday
Wednesday
Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Thursday
Choir Rehersal 6:30 p.m.
www.newbetheljasper.com
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BUR
CHRISTIA
4520 NW CR 146
93
Pastor: F
Su
Sunday School
Worship
Evening Service
Wed
Prayer Meeting
HARVEST
407 Hatley
P.O. Box 15
Pastor Jer
Phone- (386) 792
Su
Morning Worship.......
Wed
Bible Study (all age group|
Call Church


FIRST PRESBY
204 N.W. 3rd Aver
Pastor: Rev. Dou
SU
Sunday School ........
Worship Service......
WED,
Prayer in Fellowship
Choir Practice,


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FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
405 Central Ave., Jasper, FL
Pastor Dale Ames
Phone 386-792-1122
Sunday
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship..... ...............11:00 a.m. ,
Wednesday
Bible Study 4:45 p.m.
Choir Practice 6:00 p.m.
Family Night Dinner 3rd Wednesday
324686-F


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P.O. Box 890, J
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(386) 3
Sunday MA


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


INHAM
AN CHURCH
3, Jennings, FL 32053
8-1265 ,
lobert Carter
unday
9:45 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
dnesday .
7:00 p.m.
324683-F
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y St., Hwy.6E
12, Jasper, FL
rry Thomason
2-3833 or 792-3831
nday
................10:30 a.m .
nesday
pv ................7:00 p.m.
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TERIAN CHURCH
iue, Jasper, 792-2258
g Hilliard, 792-8412
NDAY
....................10:00 a.m .
............:........11:00 a.m .
NESDAY
Hall...............9:00 a.m .
7:30 p.m.
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4THOLIC CHURCH
h of Jasper U.S. 41
Jasper, FL 32052
U.S. 90 E.,
)ak, FL
364-1108
SS 8:00 a.m.
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While the wildfires did
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worse.
Okefenokee's wetlands
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Fire will open up prairies by
burning out shrubs and oth-
er low woody plants, which


would otherwise take over
the wetlands. During times
of low water levels, fire can
also bum layers of peat and
vegetation, deepening the
prairies while preventing
them from filling in and
drying out.
The potash from burnt
vegetation also is beneficial,
raising the pH of the acidic
swamp water, which im-
proves conditions for fish to
spawn and thrive, thus en-
hancing the overall fishery,
especially for. sportsmen.
Next spring many fisher-
men in Okefenokee will be-
gin to see the benefits from
this year's wildfire.
Luckily, most wildlife can
survive a fire in the Oke-
fenokee. Animals like fish
and alligators can stay pro-
tected in or under the water,
while most birds will sim-
ply fly to safer ground.
Land animals such as deer,
fox, and bear can outrun
most fire, while other ani-
mals such as gopher turtles
and indigo snakes can safely
hide in underground bur-
rows. A few animals will die,


from the heat and/or be
overtaken by the fire, itself,
but most of the animals will
survive. Firefighters have
seen very little animal mor-
tality thus far.
Today you can see the ef-
fects of the fire along the
refuge drive and the water
trails. Due to recent rains,
grasses, ferns and. other
plants are already rapidly
growing in burned areas of
the upland forest and
swamp, and wildlife has al-
ready returned to the
burned areas to feed on the
new growth. By this time
next year, much of the evi-
dence of this fire will be hid-
den by lush green vegeta-
tion.
Without this natural fire
cycle, this unique fire-de-
pendent ecosystem would
not be around for us to en-
joy. So come to the refuge
and witness for yourself the
effects of fire in Okefenokee
before it is completely over-
taken by all the new growth,
and experience first hand
why fire in this unique
ecosystem is beneficial.


GREG GODWIN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
HAS UNDISBURSED MONEY FOR THE
FOLLOWING CITIZENS


Adrian Montero Montejo $94.85


Alfonzo Sanchez
Bustos Cavetano Rufino
Cornelius Maurice Daniels
Denise L. Harrington
Detoria Edwards


Elger Mahammery
Felix Agilar
Felix Calixto
Irene Clay
Jameson Lamar Smith
John Henry Manning


Jose D. Lopea


$10.00 JualC. Rios
$4.06 Keith J. Lacour


$20.00


Marcelino P. Gonalez


$5.41 Michael Ryan Shirley
$4.17 Misael Ramires Sanchez
$2.41 Nicole Brundridge
$4.73 Norman Whitaker
$2.75 Richard Whateley


$3.00 ShalondaW.Rayam
$1.06 Jameson L. Smith
$1.57


$151.03
$11.71
$105.38
$1.72
$2.00
$4.55

$2.88
$1.86
$6.42
$20.34
$3.86


if your name appears on this list, please contact the Clerk's Office at (386) 792-0868 with
your correct mailing address so that the money may be forwarded to you. Unless such
monies are claimed on or before September 1, 2007, same shall be forfeited to the Hamilton
County Board of County Commissioners, in accordance with Florida Statute 116.21. 375714-F



NOTICE OF


UNDISBURSED MONEY
GREG GODWIN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
HAS UNDISBURSED MONEY FOR THE
FOLLOWING CITIZENS
Brian Patterson $22.50 Lonnie Bristol $15.00
Brian Schubert $6.50 Mark Shaddock $10.00
Carlos Reyes $132.00 Mayra De Montes $6.50
Charles R. Roszell $12.00 Michael Conger $7.16
Coneddie Myers $7.16 Michael D. Williams $13.65
Cory L Felton $6.20 Michael Wiley $34.50
David A. Barker $7.50 Myriam Medard $6.00
Dean A. Brown $9.50 Norman E. Hayes $15.00
Directory Billing, LLC $3.25 Old Republican Nat Title $8.50
Donald Rudser, Atty. $16.50 Pedro A. Villarreal $14.50
Dwayne Underwood $5.00 Pedro G. Hernandez $8.00
Eduardo Gonzalez Diaz $1,491.50. Rafael Resendez $60.50
Edward Michael Malleed $25.90 Robert Harry Boyd $6.00
Emeterio L. Garcia $44.00 Romero Bonifacio Nunez $407.50
Essie Cooper $7.00 S&S Auto & Diesel, Inc. '$411.58
Evon Wright $15.00 Sebastian Juan Gaspar $9.00
Galdino Gonzalez $60.50 Stephen Joseph Scimemi $10.00
Harold Hugghins $333.50 Suwannee Valley Electric $31.53
Ivette Colon Cruz $27.00 Suwannee Valley Title $8.50
James King $7.16 Tanya Foster $12.00
Jayme J. Defaria $8.00 Terry E. Wallace $10.00
John Black $5.00 Thomas. & Lillian Only $27.05
John C. Martin $9.80 Timothy Farmer $29.50
Johnny Arthur Adkins $15.00 Villanueva C. Pescado $12.00
Jordan C. Cannatella $26.20 Wallace A. Miller $15.00
Jorge Luis Castillo $60.00 William Brice $16.00
Jose S. Quintanilla $14.50 Willie Ash $8.60
Julia A. Lebamoff $12.00 Yolando Delions $19.50
If your name appears on this list, please contact the Clerk's Office at (386) 792-0868 with
your correct mailing address so that the money may be forwarded to you. Unless such
monies are claimed on or before September 1, 2007, same shall be .forfeited to the Hamilton
County Board of County Commissioners in accordance with Florida Statute 116.21. 373756-F


July 24- The Countywide
Sisterhood will hold its quarterly
meeting at 7 p.m. at the First
Presbyterian Church of Jasper.
Guest speaker will be Samaritan's
Purse and a local dance troop. Bring
a covered dish, salad or dessert.

July 29 Amber Jones will be in
concert at 6 p.m. at Burnham
Christian Church located on CR 146
in Jennings.

July 29 The annual Perry/Leigh
Reunion will be held at the Stephen
Foster Memorial in White Springs
from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m..Lunch will be
catered at cost of $11 for adults and
,$6 for children.


Aug. 1 Hamilton Parks and
Recreation Adult Co-Ed Softball
will begin registration at the
Hamilton Parks and Recreation
Department located at 4525
SW 107th Ave., in Jasper. The fee
is $350 per team. Church teams
welcome. For more information
contact Chuck Burnett at 792-
3098 or visit
www.hcrecreation.com.





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THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2007


THE JdASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


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T_uRSDAY. JULY 19 07TEJSE EWJseF AE


White Springs






f By Johnny Bullard .


The "heat" of summer
continues to be upon us in
an almost oppressive way.
Rhett Bullard, chairman
of the Hamilton County
Democratic Party, enter-
tained the local members
with a covered dish sup-
per at his residence, the
Waldron-Knowles Home
on Monday evening July
15.
My hearty congratula-
tions to our new Miss
Florida, Kylie Williams,
Jasper. What a tremen-
dous honor. Kylie, we are
all so proud of you.
My hearty congratula-
tions go out to my cousin
and one of my former stu-
dents, Victoria Ratliff, and
I wish her all the best in
her beauty endeavors.
These ladies are great am-
bassadors for our county.
You .should see all the
improvements made by
the staff under the direc-
tion of Mr. Ben Faure,

Cosmetology
Classes
start
August 20.
Call 386-364-2798
for more
information.

SUWANNEE-
HAMILTOND
TECHNICAL:CENTER
415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 364-2750
373231-F


Stephen Foster park man-
ager. The formal gardens
behind the museum look
really great. I want to
thank the students and
staff at Panther Success
Center in Jasper for all
their good work on this
"bower of beauty." A
beautiful terrace has been
built behind the Park Ser-
vice Auditorium, new
concrete sidewalks have
been built in the festival
area, and, in addition, a
very nice awning has been
constructed for the am-
phitheater.
Dottie is a yoga instruc-
tor, and she is, without a
doubt, one of the kindest
individuals I have ever
known. She was so kind
and good to my Daddy
during his declining days.
I will never forget all her
kindness.
Hamilton County voters
will go to the polls on
Aug. 21 (the day after

Auto Body and
Auto Tech
Classes begin
August 20.
Call 386-364-2798
for more
information.

SUWANNEE- E
HAMILTON N
TECHNICAL CENTER
415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 364-2750
37323'-F


school starts) this is on a
Tuesday, to vote on the is-
sue of "Liquor by the
Drink" being served in the
county. This is a very im-
portant issue, and I en-
courage folks to be vigi-
lant and to get out and
vote.
I was sorry to hear that
Mrs. Randy (Martha) Og-
burn Sr., has encountered
a health "setback." Let's
keep Martha, Rev. Randy,
our county commissioner,
and all the family in our
prayers.
South Hamilton Elemen-
tary and the White
Springs community were
saddened to say "good-
bye" to Anita Selph, Jen-
nings. Mrs. Selph was,
without a doubt, one of
the best kindergarten
teachers ever to teach on
the south end of the coun-
ty, and her students were
her beneficiaries. We wish
Anita well in her retire-
ment.
Michelle Walls, the pro-
prietor of Rooster's Diner,
Jasper, does a marvelous
job serving up some of the
best home cooked food in
our part of the world. She
is located right across the
street from the Post Office.
When I was growing up,
this historic eatery that
has been part of the Jasper
business community for


Child

Care

Classes
Begins Aug. 20
Call for details
(386) 364-2759


TECHNICAL CENTER "
415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 364-2750
S373236-F


over a half century was
Sapp's Diner (how many
of you remember Dodie's
delicious homemade
pies?) You know the old
commercial "I'd walk a
mile for a Camel?" Well, I
would walk a mile for
some of Michelle's home-
made chicken salad (won-
derful) or one of her ham-
burgers.
Michelle has owned the
diner for about four years
and cooked there for eight
years prior to that. She is a
Jasper native and loves
Jasper. She tenderly cares
for her son, Marcelle, who
is sixteen years of age and
suffers from Muscular Dy-
strophy. Michelle says
that Marcelle is her special
angel and doesn't com-
plain about all the many
physical involvements in-
cluding carrying him
around supported on her
back to attend to his phys-
ical needs. She greets her
customers with a smile
and many regulars like
Mildred Smith, Jennings,
can attest to Michelle's
friendly manner. and culi-
nary expertise.
"I love coming here. It's
like coming home," stated
Mildred Smith over a Fri-
day morning cup of coffee.
The American flag is dis-
played prominently inside
the business and Michelle
is actively involved in the
Lions Club of Jasper. Her


business also is the site
that hosts the meetings of
the Hamilton County Min-
isterial Alliance. After vis-
iting with cousin Mildred
on Friday, along with
Lynn Roberson, and her
mother Charlotte Law
Fennell, while having a
cup of coffee at Rooster's, I
was glad to see Andrew
Jackson, one of my former
White Springs school
mates, cooking in the
kitchen. I have known An-
drew since "God was a
boy."
If friendly service, good
food, and a Jasper tradi-
tion is what you want -,
visit "Roosters Diner."
Michelle will greet you
with a smile, serve you
some of her mouth water-
ing entrees or homemade
desserts, and you'll go
away feeling much better
with a little more "pep in
your step." We should all
work to keep this historic
icon of Jasper, alive and
well.
Another community
"icon," South Hamilton's
devoted school secretary,
Rheba Lee, will "wind up"
her many years of service
to the school and the com-
munity at the end of this
coming school year. Rhe-
ba began working at South
35 years ago as a teacher's
assistant. Later, Rheba
worked as data clerk, the
first one at South, and


upon the retirement of
Irene Morgan in 1993, she
became school secretary.
She greets each individual
with courtesy, and she is a
champion for children.
She is also, without a
doubt not only one of the
best cooks in Hamilton
County but also one of the
most generous individuals
I have ever known. It has
been my privilege to call
her a dear and cherished
friend. You don't pur-
chase the kind of dedica-
tion she has given our
community, you are
blessed by it It is a gift.
Thank you, Rheba, for giv-
ing to our community for
many, many years. When
you cover your word
processor for the last time
next year, there will be a
void at South that won't
easily be filled.
Happy birthday wishes
go out to Darcy Broadnax,
Live Oak, who served our
community for many
years as media special-
ist/teacher at Central for
30 plus years and, later, as
part-time media specialist
at South. Darcy, we hope
you have many, many
more happy birthdays.
Quote for the week:
"Prayer can change
things."
Have a good week
Hamilton County
- I love you.


Historical information sought for Hamilton County


Historical information is
being gathered for a histori-
cal collection pertaining to
Hamilton County. Once
compiled the information
will be used to help those
that may be researching the
county or their ancestors.
Any information that
may be of interest is re-


quested from the citizens of
Hamilton County. Current-
ly, research is being done on
the homes of Hamilton
County, but all historical in-
formation is needed. Inter-
views can be arranged for
anyone who feels that they
have important information
to share through stories.


A website is currently be-
ing created for Hamilton
County, at http:/ /hamiltori-
countyflorida.wordpress.co
m.
For more information or
to submit information con-
tact Marsanne Petty at 792-
0868 or
mapetty@gmail.com.


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Donald Clay Parrish and Lindy Nicole Jones


Greg Jones o lenmnings,
and Mr and Mrs lorrie
Mathis of Jasper. are
pleased to announce the
engagement otf their
daughter. Lind\ Nicole
lones, to Donald Clay Par-
rish, son of Karen Parrish
and Steve Ellis of Lake
Park. Georgia. and the late
Don Parri-h.
The bride-elect's mater-
nal grandparents are Car-
olyn Bass ot lasper and the
late John i. Bass. Her pater-
nal grandparents are Billy
and Alice ones of lasper
and foe and Jackie Nlatlus
of Jasper.
The groom-elect's mater-
nal grandparents are Car-


olyn Parr of Lake Park, and
.the late Orville Parr. His
paternal grandparents are '
Ra mond and Marian Par-
rish of Valdosta.,
The bride-elect is '
presently working at South "
Georgia Medical Center of
\aldosta as a registered
nurse. The groom-elect is
presently working for
Langdale in the forestry di-
Vision.
They plan to wed on Sat-
urday, November 24, 2007,
at 4:30 p.m., at Gin Creek in
Hartsfield, Georgia. A re-
ception will follow at Gin
Creek in the Galleria.
All family and friends
are invited to attend.


Perry and Leigh Reunion


The annual Perry Leigh
Reunion will be held at the
Stephen Foster Nlemorial
-in -VhIte Sfpridgs; ow' e-,,.t
da\, July 29, frTom a.m. hll
3 p.m. Lunch will be
catered at a cost ot $11 for
adults and $6 for children.
This will include drink-s,
buffet. de--ert. ta\e- and
tips
For those who can make
it on Saturday", liul 28..
there will be a gathering o0
the clan late Saturday aftert-


noon in Lake City at 4180
US HWY 441, at the busi- .
ness building of Action
-Signs and Graphics (one "
mile south of .where-US 41 ',
and 441 comes together) to
share memories of the past. -.:
Larry Perry is bringing in
two bushels of boiled -
peanuts for the Saturday
afternoon gathering. All -
relatives and friends of the
Perry and Leigh families,,+
, are invited to the Saturday
. and Sunday festivities. -


Countywide Sisterhood


holds quarterly meeting

The Countvwide Sister- Guest speaker Will be
hood will hold it. quarterly Samanrtan's Purse and a lo-
meeting on Tuesday. July cal dance troop. Bring a.
24 at 7 p.m. at the Firlt covered dish, salad or
Presbyterian Church of dessert.
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2693.39 Acres MOL divided into 32 tracts
from 80.01 acres to 112.66 acres
Con enientih located, just offt Interstate L .u, near Tallahasee and a short dii\e
tO ,ah.la ..n1,ille Rocky (Creek ottffers b.autilt Ii\ i .,ak< with Spaniis.h nmi'.,N
[iwerinfL pineWcood forests and tranquil cre.ks. These large a erL.au. estates air
the pert'cet plaice to find pewee, quiet .and L.nimplc-te priwk..\.
Lociated in the "'Big Be.nd" of Flurinda, Ri ckv\ C(re.l rest-, in an area \vith
thousands of aeres of prot'tec.ted land> and pri.-enr'es lihi nearly. Aueillia Kj\er
v.hich ha> been dJe.si.na.ted an "O'itsrand.ling Florida W\\aitri and 'eature 111 mileI
of canoe trails that ir.- part .if "Florida's National Seenic Trail Nurm, i-is t.ate
park, such as the Ee.ntinam River State Park, the Sutiatnnece River Sta. P['ark and
Peac ick Spring' State Park offer fishing, hlkinm, hlor'..eback trails, canoeing.,
.nu irkeling and scuba diliing. ')Y can e\ n take a r lde i-n 1 las b oittom bot at
Ed"\ard Ball \\alkulla State Parik' St. Marks National \\Wildlife Reti. ,'fferss i-S,0liii)
acres sturrowundiii,. historic St Ma rk" Lilhth-us"e "\ith i 75 ml ks .ft' tI'il's \\ind
through tlihe refuge CO)see,.ila National Fore.-st and Tkin RJ\eris State Forest offer
more pr'itected land for \or V .-ur injoyTent ..lust a shoiprt dn\e from Ron k Creek at-L
the quaint tnmi\\s of Keaton Beach and Dekle Beach \where you can relax b\ the
beach, take the family s;.dallo ipin or o se-a kayakin aloni Florida's beautiful I
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Call 386-362-3300 or emall Iwhillarnlassoclates@vahoo.com
for a CDIDVD of the property today

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CR 150 (NW OVERSTREET AVE), MADISON COUNTY, FL

Directions to Auction Site:

FROM 1-10: EXIT ON #241/HWY 221 (GREENVILLE/PERRY EXIT),
GO NORTH ON HWY 221 TOWARD GREENVILLE (2.4 MILES)
TO CR 150 (SW OVERSTREET AVE) AND TURN LEFT. GO APPROXIMATELY
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Registration Notice: Anyone wishing to bid on items in the auction must register and obtain a
bidder's card. Anyone bidding for an account otner than his'her own must register as such.
We reserve the right to expel or exclude anyone.
Warranty: Everything is sold "as is. where is" without any guarantee of any sort, whether
expressed or implied. DO NOT BID unless you have determined the condition of the item by
your own examination. All information was obtained from sources assumed to be correct,
but is not guaranteed by J. W Hill and Associates.
Catalogs: Brochures and/or any other handouts are furnished as a guide only, no guarantee
as to thne accuracy of any description is made. Call before you arrive if you are interested in
a certain item, to make sure it will be available.
Announcements: Any announcements made by the auctioneer at the time of the sale take
precedence over any other previous statements, whether written or oral. This information is
deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed.
10% Buyer's Premium: 100 down at the time of auction.
close in 30 days, subject to seller's confirmation.
SELLER FINANCING TERMS:
First Option: 10% Down, 8.5% interest, 20 year amortization with a 7 year call
Second Option: 20% down, 7.5% interest, 20 year amortization with a 7 year call
Third Option: 30% down, 6.5% interest, 20 year amortization with a 7 year cal
N paid by cash, seller will pay buyers premium.
ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE ON DAY OF SALE SUPERCEDE ANY PRINTED MATERIAL.


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Norris Notes

By Lillian Norris


'*Thank you all for being
so patient with me. I hope I
will be back for a while. I
want to thank all of you for
your prayers and concerns;
I am happy to say that
things are looking better.
After having an MRI in
Lake City, Dr. Bembry re-
ferred me to a neurosur-
geon in Gainesville for a
consultation, which I had
Monday. It was better than
we had thought it would be
- no surgery indicated as of
now. After going over the
MRI, it was decided that as
the pain has been alleviat-
ed, the big problem is my
falling and difficulty in get-
ting around. The surgeon
recommended and wr6te


pre -
scriptions for physical ther-
apy and procuring a foot
and ankle brace, which I
had a number of years ago.
This will enable me to get
around better with less
danger of falling. Thank-
fully surgery was not felt to
be necessary and would
not be of any help in my be-
ing able to be active. In fact
it is felt that with these ac-
tions I should be able to me
more mobile with less dan-
ger.
New movements around
Jasper with the opening of
Mac's Place at the comer of
Central Avenue and Mar-
tin Luther King Drive; it is
up and going now. Also,


Christina McCulley has
opened her new beauty
shop on Rt. 6, near the
home of her grandmother,
Myrtle Smith. Judy Fennell
has closed her shop indefi-
nitely due to trying to get
through the problems from
her accident several
months ago while on vaca-
tion in Hawaii.
Jo Coe and Emily Carter
have returned home after
spending- a week touring
with a group, with Jo's sis-
ter, Nancy Buchanan, start-'
ing in Burkesville, Ky. Jo
reports a great time, seeing
two Broadway shows,
much magnificent scenery
and meeting new friends,
but glad to be home. Jim
Coe spent the week with
friends in Columbia, Ky.,
while the ladies were trav-
eling.
Remember Sisterhood
Tuesday, July 24, at 7 p.m.


at First Presbyterian
Church, Jasper. Come and
bring a salad or dessert to
share. Some interesting
programs are being
planned; we do not know
the complete details.
Dr. Ben, Leigh Ann, Trey
and Kaleigh; Leigh Ann's
parents, Richard and Ann
Shepard; Bill and Penny
Mickler, Abby and Joseph;
and Penny's parents, Joe
and Ramona Sunday, spent
last week at the beach
camping.
I hope I will have some
time this week to get set-
tled down to normal, what-
ever that is, and get into a
fairly decent schedule.
Hope you are having a
good summer and will look
forward to hearing from
you. Have a good one.

Lillian Norris 792-2151
norrislw @alltel.net


Family-friendly vacations


It may come as a surprise
to learn that 93 percent of
parents say their kids are in
the driver's seat when it-
comes to planning a trip.
That's the news from a J.
Walter Thompson survey
that found children strongly
influence vacation plans-
from selecting the destina-
tion to voting for the activi-
ties that will keep them en-
tertained during the trip.
Help children plan the
next family vacation. Try
these tips:
Contact the local conven-
tion and visitor's bureau.
Most cities have a visitor's
information center, official
tourism organization or a
chamber of commerce that
can provide information
and assistance. Ask for their


top picks of restaurants,
tour operators, major city
attractions, events and, ac-
tivities for families. While
visitor's bureaus have an ex-
tensive network of mem-
bers to choose from, be care-
ful not to miss out on ser-
vices and activities not in-
cluded in their membership.
A program called Em-
bassy Suites Hotels Kids-
Eye View can help, too. The
hotel company surveyed
kids to find out what's hip,
hot, happening and cool in
10 of the nation's favorite
destination cities. Parents
may be pleasantly surprised
at the kinds of things kids
dished out, many of which
aren't found in guidebooks.
Children's suggestions
range from panning for


gold to' indulging in a sev-
en-pound ice cream "mnoun-
tain." Families can 'get the
inside scoop from a Kids-
Eye View by staying at par-
ticipating Embassy Suites
Hotels or visiting www.em-
bassysuites.com.
A member of an auto club
can pick up guidebooks,
maps and other useful trav-
el resources. Whether trav-
eling by car or plane, auto
clubs can make the plan-
ning easy and fun. The
guidebooks they offer in-
clude a wide variety of op-
tions for the kids to choose
from and often include rat-
ings that ensure parents are
making quality family trav-
el plans.
Tap into such resources as
friends, family and cowork-


ers. Perhaps they've once
visited a prospective loca-
tion or, even better, they live
in the city there visiting.
Ask them to share their fa-
vorite tips about what to see
and where to go or to offer
suggestions on local hang-
outs and hot spots for the
kids. Dig for unique activi-
ties those off the beaten path
and not packed with
tourists. Personal recom-
mendations from friends
trust are one of the best
ways to find hidden gems in
a city.
Armed with these handy
tips; parents can choose ac-
tivities for the entire family
that will make the kids
think their folks are cool-if
only for the remainder of
their vacation.


Florida boating accidents second highest in nation


According to a report re-
leased by the Florida Fis-h
and Wildlife Commission
there were 671 boating acci-
dents in Florida in 2006, sec-
ond only to 'California,
where 757 boating accidents
occurred. Florida led the na-
tion with 69 fatalities, com-
pared to'47 for Texas and 44
for California.
All but eight of the fatali-
ties were the result of


drow ning. 'None of the
drowning victims were
wearing life jackets. The
most common type of acci-
dent was a collision with an-
other vessel or a fixed object.
Accidents occur more of-
ten on rivers or creeks, but
the number of accidents on,
the ocean or gulf or in a bay
or sound were almost as
high.
Nearly 600 of the state's


accident', occurred while the
ves-el wa- crui-ing. More
than 400 occurred when the
operator was not trying to
change direction while
cruising.
Small 'vessels, especially
those under 18 feet long,
were the most likely to be in-
volved in accidents.
More accidents happened
in July. The most likely time
of day to be in an accident


was between 4 pin and 6'
p.m.
A typical accident in-
volved a privately owned
vessel, operated carelessly or
without a lookout, with a
male operator at least 22
years old usually between
36 and 50 years old.
The report on 2006 boating
accidents in Florida is avail-
able online at
MyFWC.com/law/boating;


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welcomes new pastor


Dr. Charles and Judy Helms
Dr. Charles Helms and
his wife, Judy, are the new
pastors of the Jasper As-
sembly of God, located at
3905 CR 51 N, in Jasper: The
couple are from the Georgia
District of the Assemblies 'of
God.
Pastor Helms has a bach-


degree in Bible Theology.
Pastor and Mrs. Helms
have 41 years in pastoral ex-':
perience.
The couple have four clil-
dren. Three of their cluid ren -
live in.North Carolina and
one daughter lives in Cleve-'
land, Tenn. The Helnm al-so '


elor's, master's and doctor's have six grandchildren.

Sign up for adult


co-ed softball

Hamilton Parks and Recre- Thursday, Sept. .8. Double
action Adult Co-Ed Softball round robin schedule.
will begin registration on The fee is $350 per team.
Wednesday, Aug. 1, at the Church teams welcome. -'
Hamilton. Parks and Recre- For more information con-
ation Department located at tact Chuck Burnett at '92-
4525 SW 107th Ave. in Jasper. 3098 or visit www.hlrecre- -.
Co-ed league begins ation.com.


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By Barbara Pleasant


We value beauty for its
own sake, yet many colorful
flowers have much to: offer
beyond their good look-.
Some can be used medici-,
nally, others are good ito eat
and many provide food and
habitat for beneficial insect's.
Give multipurpo-e flowers-
abit ot -pace in yo'ur garden
and prepare to be amazed at
what they can do for your
health, your palate and your
spirits.
Nasturtiums are so easy
to grow that they are recom-
mended for children sgar-
dens. Na-;turfitim leaves"
and flowers are edible, too.
Softly fragrant nasturtium
flowers have ,a mild pep-
pery-sweet flavor, but the'
leaves are much spicier.
They taste like' watercress
and contain 10 times the vit-
amin C found in most types
of lettuce.
Sunflower varieties are di-
verse, and you can choose,
between tall, upright forms,'
bushy, branching varieties
and others that have been
bred for pollen-free cut
flowers. Sunflowers are
easy to grow, though it's im-
portant to remember they
are phototropic plants that
will twist around until they
face the direction from
which sunlight is strongest.
Often called purple cone-
flower, echinacea is easy to
grow, and the blossoms are
frequented by bees and but-
terflies. You also can use
echinacea to make your
own immune system-en-
hancing medicine. To make
an echinacea tincture, har-
vest the plants in the fall by
uprooting them and pulling
apart the crowns. Scrub the
seeds clean, air dry them for
a day, then chop them up
and put them in a clean
glass jar, with a few leaves
from the plant. Cover every-
thing with 100-proof vodka,
screw on the cap and let it
steep for three weeks before
'straining it. By then, a drop
of the stuff on your tongue
should leave a tingly numb
spot evidence that the
polysaccharides and other
compounds in the echinacea
have turned the vodka into
a true tincture.
Day lilies have big, deli-
cious buds that you can eat.
Imagine the tenderness of
asparagus combined with


the savory flavor of a baby
snap bean, and you ha\e a
pan-braised day lily bud.
Pick them just before they
open and cook in, a little
olive o'il until they
Sicaranielize to a brown color
(less than five minutes). You
can eat openIed day lil\
flowers, t.. to. but renmo'.e the
'"tanmcri befo ie Vou hLice tLhe
petals inth,. you salad..Day
lily buds, flowers and even
young leaves have been eat-
en and used as medicine in
China for thousands of
years. Recent research at
Michigan State Universit's ,
Bioactive. Natural Products.. ,
and Ph\Itoceutiical Lab has'
revealed that da\ liy petals.
are loaded with an array of
antioxidant compound-,
vhich help prevent cancer:,
and the effects of aging. '
A culinary .herb and ai.,
beautiful flower.. young gar-'
lic chive leaves can be us-ed. ,,
in salads or -prinlJed oxer.,
-otaitoes.. Garhc chj-e aire
often incluidd- in perennial 'J
display gardens. too. ,where
they bloom from late sum-
mer to early fall and attract
many beneficial insects. You
need not worry that they
smell like garlic; because
garlic chive blossoms have a
light lilac scent. It's a good-.-
idea to remove spent flov.'.- .
ers to keep them horm hied-
ding too many seed-s and--
becoming invasive.
Lavender has been used
in aroma therapies since the
time of the Roman Empire, -,
and there are numerous
named varieties, most of
which are winter-hardy. To
help calm geriatric patients,
several nursing homes have
reported good results from
diffusing lavender oil into
the air .at bedtime. In the a
garden, you don't have to ,
wait for the appearance of
flowers to enjoy lavender's
fragrance because the leaves
give off a burst of aroma
when crushed. When laven-
der plants bloom in early
summer, bees are as drawn
to the flowers as are garden-
ers. Dried lavender stems
hold some fragrance for sev-
eral months.
Excerpted from Mother
Earth News miiaI-Iin. the
original guide to living wisely.-, -
Read the full story at,' .
ww w. Mothe rEarthNews. com
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THURSDAY. JULY 19. 2007


Arrest Record
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 news-
paper when judicial proof 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

Jasper Legals
Auction: 07-30-07
Time: 8:00 A.M.
1992 Volvo Vin: YV1JS8830N3070108
1993 Nissan Vin: 1 N4EB31 P9PC760567
1995 GMC Vin: 1GTCS1944S8521360
Location: Dennis Garage
8109 CR 146 NW
Jennings, FL 32053
7/19
Auction: 8-08-07
Time: 8:00 A.M.
1999 Freightliner Vin: 1FUYD$EB1XLA39682


Location: Dennis Garage
8109 CR 146 NW
Jennings, FL 32053


Auction: 8-6-07
Time: 8:00 A.M.
1999 Chev Vin: IGNDM19WXXB171170
Auction: 8-7-07
Time: 8:00 A.M.
1986 Ford: 1FMDU15N5GLB07551
2002 Freightliner: 1FUJA6CG72LJ86353
1997 Pontiac: 1G2NE52T4VC850932
Location: Dennis Garage
8109 CR 146 NW
Jennings, FL 32053
7/19


IN THE CIRCUIT COURTJN AND FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2007-CA-000111
AMERICAN GENERAL HOME EQUITY,
INC.
Plaintiff,
vs.
SANDRA A. ALLEN, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to an or-
der or a final judgment of foreclosure entered
in the above-captioned action, I will sell the
property situated in Hamilton County, Florida,
described as: .
Lots 7 .-..3 :8 H-4OFE :COL''ItTi .IE :C,.
OWS AND t O,'-4 OOOLLAHij :Lb60iVi.
SION, accoroa.r.g i.: i r. pia ]h.,.-.',:. .... r ..- ,r,
plat book 2, pages 118 and 119, in the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for
Hamilton County, Florida
Together with that certain 1993 Destiny mobile
home 28X60, bearing serial number
032467AB
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder
for cash, at the South front lobby of the Hamil-
ton County Courthouse in Jasper, Florida at
11:00 a.m. on the 27th day of July, 2007.
That any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of the lis pen-
dens must file a claim within 60 days after the
sale.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on'
July 5, 2007.
Greg Godwin
CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT
By: Kristy Morgan
Deputy Clerk


Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission
HCDTF Hamilton Coun-
ty Drug Task Force
HCSO Hamilton County
Sheriff's Office
ICE Immigration and
Custom Enforcement
JAPD Jasper Police De-
partment
JNPD Jennings Police
Department
OALE Office of Agricul-
tural Law Enforcement
P&P Probation and Pa-
role
SCSO Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office
WSPD White Springs
Police Department

July 9, Brian K. Blaisdell,
39; 724 Johnson Ct., Stack-
bridge, Ga.; fail to stop for
inspection, hold for Newton

Jasper Legals
SIDNEY E. LEWIS, ESQUIRE
Lewis & Bernard, P.A.
Attorney for Plaintiff
300 W. Adams Street, Ste. 300
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
(904) 355-9003
7/12, 7/19
LEGAL NOTICE TO ACCOUNT HOLDERS
Hometown Mini-Storage serves notice to the
occupants of storage units A-1, A-15, A-23, A-
29, B-6, of our intention to foreclose on the
above mentioned unit for non-payment of the
account.
7/19 .


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2007CA000183
J.R MORGAN CHASE BANK, AS TRUSTEE,
BY ANDTHROUGH ITS DULY AUTHORIZED
SERVICING AGENT VANDERBILT MORT-
GAGE FINANCE, INC. SUCCESSOR IN IN-
TEREST TO OAKWOOD ACCEPTANCE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARVIN DOBSON and PAMELA K. DOB-
SON and CONSERVATIVE THEOLOGICAL
SEMINARY, ,
Defendants.


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ALL PARTIES HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN DE-
SCRIBED.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property in
Hamilton County, Florida: 1999 manufactured
home serial number HOGA16G00028A and
Lot 22 as shown on the plat of North Side Es-
tates Subdivision, recorded in Plat Book 2,
Page 25, of the Public records of Hamilton
County, Florida; said Lot number 22 being
bounded as follows: Northerly, by Lot No. 77
as shown on the plat of said subdivision; West-
erly, by Lot No. 33, as shown on the plat of
said Subdivision; Easterly, by Lot No. 11, as
shown on the plat of said subdivision; Souther-
ly, by a certain street or road, of the Public
Records of Hamilton County, Floridd has been
filed against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
Jeremy R. Wilson, the plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is: The Corea Firm, P.L.L. C.,
325 N. St. Paul, Suite 4150, Dallas, Texas
75201, telephone: (214) 953-3900, facsimile
(214) 953-3901 on or before 30 days after the.
first publication of this notice and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of this court either before
service on the plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
DATED on July 9, 2007.
Greg Godwin
HAMILTON COUNTY
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Cynthia Johnson
As Deputy Clerk
7/19,7/26
IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF
COLQUITT COUNTY
STATE OF GEORGIA .
CASE #:035-07J-0260
IN THE MATTER OF:
SEX: Male AGE: 8 Years
DOB: 05/22/1999


County; DOA.
July 9, Henry L. Pyle, 43;
1557 Fairfield Place, Jack-
sonville; violation of proba-
tion for driving under the
influence; HCSO.
July 10, Andres L. Ortiz,
23; P.O. Box 1928,
Immokalee; possession of
controlled substance (co-
caine), possession of less
than 20 grams of cannibas;
HCSO/DTF.
July 11, Mendoza S.
Vasquez, 31; North Florida
Inn, Jennings; robbery with-
out weapon, grand theft;
HCSO.
July 11, Aurturo Men-
doza, 19; North Florida Inn,
Jennings; robbery without
weapon, grand theft; HCSO.
July 12, Edward D. Byrd,
25; 10814 NW 38th St.,
Jasper; violation of proba-

Jasper Legals
Children under the age of eighteen (18) years
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
TO: CLIFFORD CONGER, JR., LEGAL
FATHER OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED
CHILDREN.MARTIN LEE ROBERSON, PU-
TATIVE FATHER OF THE ABOVE-REFER-
ENCED CHILDREN. anyone claiming to have
a parental interest in the minor childREN
named above.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
above-styled action seeking the termination
of your parental rights to the above-refer-
enced children was filed against you in the
Juvenile Court of Colquitt County, Georgia on
June 28, 2007.
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED AND RE-
QUIRED to appear before the Juvenile Court
of Colquitt County, Georgia in the courtroom
located at the George A. Horkan, Jr. Court-
room located on the third floor of the Colquitt
County Courthouse, Moultrie, Georgia, on
the 5th day of September, 2007, at 11:00 o'-
clock A.M. The hearing is for the purpose of
determining whether or not parental rights
should be terminated.
The children are presently in the custody of
the Colquitt County Department of Family
and Children Services.
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that while
responsive pleadings are not mandatory, they
are permissible and you are 'encouraged to
file with the Clerk of this Court and serve
upon Petitioner's attorney, Robert D. Jewell,
Special Assistant Attorney General, P.O. Box
157, Moultrie, Georgia 31776, an answer or
other responsive pleading within thirty (30)
days.
All concerned parties are informed that they
are entitled to have an attorney represent
them. You are further advised that if you
want a lawyer, you may choose and hire your
own lawyer. If you want,to hire a lawyer,
please contact your lawyer immediately.
If you want a lawyer but are not able to hire
one without undue financial hardship, you
may ask for a lawyer to be appointed to rep-
resent you. The Court would inquire into your
financial circumstances and if the Court finds
you to be financially unable to hire a lawyer,
then a lawyer will be appointed to represent
you. if you want a lawyer appointed to repre-
sent you, you must let the Court, or the offi-
cer of this Court handling this case know that
you want a lawyer immediately.

ra t .. 1 r- i. i:.r c r.. ld rc n Irc Q r e r'i
. :i ,.-.. ii i:. A ll rin u;- TO44 cr..iar r. .ar-
i I..3 : .j,.:ii r i l
of your parental rights to the child unless,
within 30 days of service of this notice, you
file the following: (1) a petition to legitimate
the child, pursuant to O.C.G.A. B 19-7-22;
and (2) a notice of the filing-of the petition to
legitimate with the Juvenile Court of Colquitt
County, Georgia as required by O.C.G.A. B
15-11-96(h); and unless after filing said peti-
tion to legitimate you prosecute it to a final
judgment.
WITNESS THE Honorable William M. McIn-
tosh, Judge of said Court.
This 28th day of June, 2007.
Ruby E. Hughey
Deputy Clerk
Colquitt County Juvenile Court
This document prepared by:
Robert D. Jewell
Special Assistant Attorney General
State Bar No. 391711,
P. O. Box 157
Moultrie, Georgia 31776
(229) 616-1011
07/12,19,26


tion, no valid driver's li-
cense; HCSO.
July 12, Andrea H.
Romine, 27; 6356 NW 27th
Blvd., Jennings; battery;
HCSO.
July 14, Eula D. Bass, 58;
166 E. Pruitte Dr., Perry; in
serving weekend; HCSO.
July 15, Jose L. Carlos, 28;
1174 Suwannee St., Jen-
nings; failure to appear;
JNPD.
July 15, Alexander B.
Jones, 22; 1324 Bee St., Jen-
nings; disorderly intoxica-
tion, resisting arrest without
violence; HCSO.
July 15, Suzanne Cosmil-
lo, 42; 560 Violet St., Palm
Bay; theft, gas skip; HCSO.
July 15, Jermaine L. Ad-
kins, 27; 10756 NW 37th St.,
Jasper; in serving 24 hours;
HCSO.

Jasper Legals
ORDER FOR ELECTION

Whereas, on June 5, 2007, petitions were filed
with the Board of County Commissioners of
Hamilton County, Florida (hereafter called
"Board"), bearing the signatures of one-fourth,
and more, of the registered voters of said
County, along with a certificate of examination
and validation of the signatures, by the Super-
visor of Elections of said County; and
Whereas, the aforesaid petitions requested
the Board to order an election to determine
the sole question of whether intoxicating
liquors, wines, or beer may be sold by the
drink for consumption on premises in'Hamilton
County, Florida, by businesses duly issued a
license by the Department of the State of
Florida that issues beverage licenses; and
Whereas, Section 567.04, Florida Statutes,
provides, "All elections ordered under this
'chapter shall be held within 60 days from the
time of presenting such application, but if any
such election should thereby take place within
60 days of any state or national election, it
shall be held within 60 days after any such
state or national election"; and
Whereas, a Special General Election has
heretofore been set for June 26, 2007, where-
by, in accordance with Section 567.04, Florida
Statutes, the election under consideration
herein cannot be set between June 5, 2007,
and June 26, 2007, but must be set within 60
days after the aforesaid election on June 26,
2007; now, therefore the premises considered
it is
ORDERED, that the foregoing recitals
("Whereas" paragraphs) are legislative find-
ings of fact; and, it is further
ORDERED, pursuant to Section 567.01, Flori-
da Statutes, that an Election shall be held on
August 21, 2007, to determine the sole ques-
tion of whether intoxicating liquors, wines, or
beer may be sold by the drink for consumption
on premises in Hamilton County, Florida, by
businesses duly issued a license by the De-
partment of.the State of Florida that issues
beverage licenses; and, It is further
ORDERED, that the aforesaid election shall
be a "polling place election" as provided under
Chapter 100, Florida Statutes, and related
Florida Statutes; and, said election shall not
be a "Mail Ballot Election" as provided under
Section 101.6101, Florida Statutes; and, it is
further
ORDERED, that the Supervisor of Elections
for said County is hereby directed to hold and
conduct the aforesaid election In accordance
with the manner prescribed by law for holding
general elections, as provided In Section
567.03, Florida Statutes; and it is further
ORDERED that, in accordance with Section
567.01(5), Florida Statutes, the Clerk of this
Board shall cause a copy of this Order for
Election to be published for four (4) consecu-
live weeks in The Jasper News, a newspaper
of general circulation published at Jasper,
Florida, beginning with the Issue of that news-
paper on June 28, 2007.
Done and entered at Jasper, in Hamilton
County, Florida, on June 5, 2007.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Attest:
Greg Godwin
Ex-offioio Clerk
By: Lewis Vaughn
Chairman
Ronny Morgan
Member
Leon McGauley
Member
Michael D. Adams
Member
6/28, 7/5, 7/12, 7/19


Home cooling tips


Because it's always a
good idea to use energy ef-
ficiently, Progress Energy
offers the following tips to
save electricity and money
this season.
Set thermostat on the
highest comfortable setting.
It will save seven to ten per-
cent on cooling costs for
each degree above 78.
Change air conditioner
filters monthly. Dirty filters
can increase operating costs.
by 20 percent.
Use ceiling and portable
fans. to keep air moving.
Fans only use about as
much energy as a light
bulb.
Close blinds, drapes and

Jasper Legals


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that STEVE OR
VIRGINIA SUTY the holder'of the following
certificates) has filed said certificates) for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names in
which it was assessed are as follows:


shades during the hottest
part of the day. This keeps
the sun's rays from heating
the house.
Because humid air holds
more heat, take lukewarm
showers and baths and run
the bathroom exhaust fan
to reduce humidity in the
home.
When possible, use the
microwave or countertop
appliances for cooking in-
stead of the oven or stove.
Plant shade trees on the
sunny side of the house to
provide natural shading.
For more information on
how to save energy and
money this summer, visit
progress-energy.com / save.

Jasper Legals


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that STEVE OR
VIRGINIA SUTY the holder of the following
certificates) has filed said certificates) for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names in
which it was assessed are as follows:


CERTIFICATE NO.: 165 Issued May31, 2000 CERTIFICATE NO.: 554 Issued May 31, 2000


DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 3509-001
Section 14 Township 1N Range 12 E Tract "A"
desc in ORB 245-348
NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Julia Mae Ward
All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida..
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be.
redeemed according to law, the property de-
scribed in such certificate or certificates will be
sold to the highest bidder at the South Front
Door of the Hamilton County Courthouse, 207
Northeast First Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00
a.m, on Thursday, August 16, 2007.
Pursuant to- Chapter 197.542 (2),' Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to post
a non-refundable cash deposit of $200 with
the Clerk of Court at the time of the sale, to be
applied to the sale price at the time of full pay-
ment. The Clerk may require bidders to show
their willingness and ability to post the cost de-
posit.
/s/ Kristy Morgan DC
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that STEVE OR
VIRGINIA SUTY the holder of the following
certificates) has filed said certificates) for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names in
which it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE NO.: 427 Issued May 31, 2000
.. DE S-'IPTiON OF FROPPRT,'
P1-r.: _N .o Jv904-09r3
Section 15 &'20 Township 2N Range '1E
Lot 34 Lake Country Oak at Oak Woodlands
ORB 464-282
NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
William Brackett -

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton' State of Florida. '
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be
redeemed according to'law, the property de-
E.:rc.p.,3 ,r, :,ucn :,ill,.ca e ,:.r ,:,rlll,. 31t.- ill b1
sold to the highest bidder at the South Front
Door of the Hamilton County Courthouse, 207
Northeast First Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00
a.m. on Thursday,.August 16, 2007.
Pursuant to Chapter 197.542 (2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to post
a non-refundable cash deposit of $200 with
the Clerk of Court at the time of the sale, to be
applied to the sale price at the time of full pay-
ment. The Clerk may require bidders to show
their willingness and ability to post the cost de-
posit.
Is/ Kristy Morgan DC
Greg Godwin.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9


DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 8181-000
Section 7 Township 2S Range 16E 52.5 X 117
ft in NW corner of Lot 1 BIk 13 DB 35 p 186
Reneau Survey Town of White Springs
NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Louise Davis
All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be
redeemed according to law, the property de-
scribed in such certificate or certificates will be
sold to the highest bidder at the South Front
Door of the Hamilton County Courthouse, 207
Northeast First Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00
a.m. on Thursday, August 16, 2007.
Pursuant to Chapter 197.542 (2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to post
a non-refundable cash deposit of $200 with
the Clerk of Court at the time of the sale, to be
applied to the sale price at the time of full pay-
ment. The Clerk may require bidders to show
their willingness and ability to post the cost de-
posit.
/s/ Kristy Morgan DC
Greg Godwin .
Clerk.of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida .
7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9 '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, ALLEN
WILLIAM the holder of the following certifi-'
cate(s) has filed said certificates) for a tax
deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names in
which it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE NO.:-680'lssued May 26,2005
DESCRIPTIONr OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 8202-000
Section 7 Township 2S Range 16 E Reneau
Survey Town of White Springs Lot 8 1Bk 15
NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
E. C. Almon

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida.

Unless such certificate or certificates shall be
redeemed according to law, the property de-
scribed in such certificate or certificates will be
sold to the highest bidder at the South Front
Door of the Hamilton County Courthouse, 207
Northeast First Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00
a.m. on Thursday, August 16, 2007.
Pursuant to Chapter 197.542 (2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to post
a non-refundable cash deposit of $200 with
the Clerk of Court at the time of the sale, to be
applied to the sale price at the time of full pay-
ment. The Clerk may require bidders to show
their willingness and ability to post the cost de-
posit.
/s/ Kristy Morgan DC
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9


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Suwannee Insurance Agency


Call For Quotes


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119 S.W. Central Avenue, Jasper, FL
Open 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday

LARGE SELECTION OF
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Every Friday at 7:00 p.m.
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Remodel the Eyterior ol your Mobile Home or Pressure Wash!!!


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Jasper, FL 32052


Medical Secretary
Classes start

August 20.


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for more
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TECHNICAL CENTER

415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 364-2750


Building

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start August 20.

Call 386-364-2798

for more

information.

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TECHNICAL CENTER

415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 364-275037324


Bob Strunk: 904-635-2836
Pops Strunk: 904-303-2857
Office: 386-938-3706


Spring Street Antiques

Antiques

Garden Nursery

Concrete Garden Statuary

16543 Spring St. (US 41)
r-.'-, White Springs, FL
386-397-4385
Open Wed.- Sat. 1o- 5
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Call Louise at 386-792-2487 for more details.


Deadline: Thursday 5 p.m.


Hamilton County's Service Directory


YARD SALE

706 NW 3rd St.

Jasper

8 a.m.- Till


FOR SALE
New and used desk tops
and laptops. Financing and
lay-a-ways available.
Prices negotiable.
Call 386-792-1528 for details.


Advertise your YARD SALE, VEHICLES OR

UNWANTED ITEMS IN THE CLASSIFIED.

Call 386-792-2487 or 1-800-525-4182

to place your ad today.


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JAMIE'S SALON

& BOUTIQUE
1150 NW Hwy. 41, Suite 1 Jasper, FL 32052
JAMIE BARKER 386-'92-1244 Salon
SOwner/Operator 386-590-1443 Cell
Congratulations
S Trevor & Douglas Barker

It is not how much you do, ,
but how much love you
put in the doing.

Lanel

Petty
Keep up the good job!
Love, Mama, Daddy, Randall,
Grandma, Grandpa,
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