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The Jasper news
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Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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Affordable
Care Act

Open enrollment
underway
By Bryant Thigpen
bryant.thigpen@gaflnews.com
And
Submitted information
The Affordable Care Act's
health online marketplaces
opened Oct. 1 and many are still
wondering how they will work.
A lot of people will already
have health insurance through
their employer. For those need-
ing insurance, here are some
common questions and re-
sponses.
How will health insurance
policies work in Florida?
According to the Florida Of-
fice of Insurance Regulation

SEE Q&A, PAGE 7A

Navigators help with
Health Marketplace
Submitted
The Health Insurance Marketplace
began open enrollment Tuesday and
Navigators throughout North Cen-
tral Florida are poised to help con-
sumers explore insurance options
and sign up for a plan that meets
their needs and budget.
WellFlorida Council, the region's
Health Insurance Marketplace Navi-


SEE NAVIGATORS, PAGE 7A


Nancy Suit and Brenda Brown from the
health department address the county
commissioners. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor

County renews health
department contract
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
The Hamilton County Health De-
partment contract with the county
was renewed for the 2013-14 fiscal
year at the Sept. 17 meeting of the
Hamilton County Board of County
Commissioners.
SEE COUNTY, PAGE 7A


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42nd Annual Hamilton County Fair starts today
By Joyce Marie Taylor Swine exhibit check-in is from 8-10 Boston butt pork, coleslaw, baked
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com a.m. with the Swine Show beginning beans, bread and tea.
at 1 p.m. The 4-H Dog Show runs from 5:30
The Hamilton County Arena in Be sure to stick around for the until 6:30 p.m. Registration begins at
Jasper is where you should be today Horse Show at 4 p.m. and you don't 4:30 p.m. The Dog Show is open to
for a full day of activities and events want to miss the delicious barbecue all Hamilton County youth ages 8-18


at the 42nd Annual Hamilton Coun-
ty Fair Events Day.


supper at 5 p.m. For only $6 a plate
you can enjoy mouthwatering


Sewer rate increases


White Springs town hall was packed with residents for the final budget hearing.
-Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com

A standing room only
crowd turned out for a
two-hour final budget
hearing at town hall
council chambers in
White Springs on Tuesday, Sept. 24, and
most left the meeting dissatisfied with
the results, but with a better under-


standing of the town's challenges.
On the table were proposed millage
rates and adoption of the budget for fis-
cal year 2013-14, both of which passed at
the end of the meeting by a 4-1 vote with
Councilman Rhett Bullard voting
against both.
Mayor Helen Miller announced that
the proposed millage rate for the 2013-


SEE SEWER, PAGE 9A


Commissioners at odds

over employee raises


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com


At the Sept. 17 meeting of the Hamil-
ton County Commissioners, Commis-
sioner Beth Burnam voiced objections
about the way in which pay increases
for county employees were proposed
and adopted for the new fiscal year. She
asked that the board consider a different
approach next year and as such, she
passed out a sheet to everyone showing


calculations and why she is opposed to
an across the board exact same dollar
amount raise for all employees.
Burnam said she was not in favor of
giving an $800 pay raise to every em-
ployee.
"I do point out that I am certainly in
favor of a pay increase for all of our
Hamilton County employees, and I feel
like the work that every employee does


SEE COMMISSIONERS, PAGE 16A


Library's


SEE 42ND, PAGE 9A


School

facilities

addressed

at workshop
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Violet Brown from the
Florida Department of Ed-
ucation Facilities Depart-
ment gave a presentation
to the Hamilton County
School Board at their Sept.
23 workshop to address
the county's educational
facilities and how the DOE
may be able to help.
"Basically, our office is
here to help facilities suc-
ceed," said Brown. "Your
county is in a consortium
district, so we do provide a
lot of services for the
smaller districts."
Hamilton County Super-
intendant of Schools
Thomas Moffses said he
and Brown worked to-
gether back in May when
plans were being devel-
oped to make modifica-
tions at the high school to
accommodate the admin-
istrative department mov-
ing over there from their
SEE SCHOOL, PAGE 9A

School

board

workshop

highlights
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
At a Sept. 23 Hamilton
County School Board
workshop, attendance pro-
cedures for student trans-
fers, as well as supplemen-
tal coaching position re-
quirements and out-of-
state travel were discussed
at length.
Attendance procedures for
student transfers
Superintendent Tom
Moffses said in a recent re-

SEE SCHOOL BOARD, PAGE 9A
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cludes basic activities and principles of
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The federal government shutdown
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refuges.
The shutdown may close hunting,
fishing and wildlife viewing on federal
refuges, preserves and federal parks.
Boat ramps may also be closed, which
impacts access to common areas shared
between the U.S. government and
Florida. Closures may include visitor
centers and gates on all access points.
To be sure, consult federal park web-
sites.


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Editor's note: The
Jasper News prints the
entire arrest record each
week. If your name ap-
pears 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 is
presented to us by you
or the authorities.
The following abbre-
viations are used below:
DAC Department of
Agriculture Commis-
sion
DOA Department of
Agriculture
DOT Department of
Transportation
FDLE Florida De-
partment of Law En-
forcement
FHP Florida High-
way Patrol
FWC Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission
HCDTF Hamilton
County Drug Task Force
HCSO Hamilton
County Sheriff's Office
ICE Immigration and
Custom Enforcement
JAPD Jasper Police
Department
JNPD Jennings Po-
lice Department
OALE Office of
Agricultural Law En-
forcement
P&P Probation and
Parole
SCSO Suwannee
County Sheriff's Office
WSPD White
Springs Police Depart-
ment
Sept. 23, Rakeem Ola-
juan Marshall, 20, 12590
Roberts St., White
Springs, Fla., resisting
w/o violence, affray,
HCSO-Curry
Sept. 23, Jimmie Lee
Hutcherson, 21, 443 NW
Bascom Dr., Lake City,
Fla., resist w/o violence,
affray, out of county


warrant, HCSO-Curry
Sept. 23, Richard D.
James, 27, 4012 Cinder-
bend Drive, Tampa, Fla.,
poss. firearm by convict-
ed felon, poss. synthetic
narcotic, vop Hillsbor-
ough Cty., JNPD-Har-
vey
Sept. 23, Allen Levar
Johnson, 27, 4804 E. 18
Ave., Tampa, Fla., poss.
firearm by convicted
felon, poss. narcotic
equipment, JNPD-Har-
vey
Sept. 23, James Ed-
ward Burley, 27, 1904 E.
20 Ave., Tampa, Fla.,
poss. firearm by convict-
ed felon, poss. narcotic
equip., JNPD-Harvey
Sept. 23, Robert Earl
Thomas II, 30, 8501 N. 50
St., Apt. 914A, Tampa,
Fla., poss. firearm by
convicted felon, poss.
synthetic narcotic, out of
county warrant Hillsbor-
ough, JNPD-Harvey
Sept. 27, Rodrigo
Cristobal Rojas, 20, Bud-
get Lodge Motel, Jen-
nings, Fla., no valid DL,
HCDTF- Brownfield
Sept. 27, Carlos Albert
Mendiola, 43, 6747 NW
27 Blvd., Jennings, Fla.,
burglary of
structure / conveyance,
battery, assault, JNPD-
Meeks
Sept. 27, Ignacio S.
Perez, 23, 1442 Cherry
St., Jennings, Fla., at-
tached tag not assigned,
no valid DL, JNPD-
Meeks
Sept. 27, Terrell
Dwayne Reynolds, 34,
10561 Citrus Lane, Jack-
sonville, Fla., poss. mari-
juana less than 20 grams,
HCSO-Howell
Sept. 28, Lavare De-
tron Williams, 18, 10494
NW 36 Dr., Jasper, Fla.,
dwls/r, resist w/o vio-
lence, vop, JAPD-Mc-
Gauley
Sept. 28, William Ed-


ward Frizelle, 46, 1104
SE 2 Ave., Jasper, Fla.,
dwls/r, 2nd offense,
HCSO-Murphy
Sept. 28, Enru
Americar Dominguez,
26, 1432 Wallace St., Jen-
nings, Fla., loitering,
prowling, JNPD-Meeks
Sept. 28, Christopher
Don Abodd, 31, 2640
MLK Jr. Dr., SW, At-
lanta, Ga., out of state
warrant, poss. less than
20 grams, DOA-Wilson
Sept. 28, Mark Antho-
ny Hawkins III, 116 SW
6 St., Jasper, Fla., tres-
passing, out of county
warrant Madison Cty.,
vop dwls, HCSO-Carter
Sept. 28, Raul Garcia
Torres, 45, 1330 Evans
Rd., LaBell, Fla., dwls,
hold for Sarasota SO,
JNPD-Meeks
Sept. 28, Andros Oje-
da-Gonzaga, 46,13867 E.
35 Ct., Kansas City, Mo.,
no valid DL, DOA-
Everette
Sept. 29, Rodney Obri-
an Singletary, 27, PO Box
518, Jasper, Fla., disor-
derly conduct, JAPD-
Griffin
Sept. 29, Casey Tren-
ton Singletary, 25, PO
Box 58, Jasper, Fla., dis-
orderly conduct, JAPD-
Griffin
Sept. 29, Allen
Laronald Atwood, 24,
10451 NW 36 Dr., Jasper,
Fla., disorderly conduct,
JAPD-Griffin
Sept. 29, Brandon
Patrick Killion, 29, 9204
River Rock Lane,
Riverview, Fla., dwls,
poss. cannabis under 20
grams, poss. drug para-
phernalia, fail to stop at
inspection station, DOA-
Stalvey
Sept. 29, Brandon Ger-
rard Atwood, 27, 3864
NW Highway 129
North, Jasper, Fla., disor-
derly conduct, JAPD-
Griffin


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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2013


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 3A


By Walter M Kenzie




WH!TE SPRING


F or 63 years


Amria ui pefrmdliea the rtpenFsi-
dents of our
area have
enjoyed an
i uial opportunity to
Li.. i,, the popular songs
s c at t S Lephen Foster and
00i r classical and oper-
S o o ta compositions of
American music performed live at the Stephen Fos-
ter Folk Culture Center State Park. That time of
year is here again! On October 4-5, the 63rd annual
Jeanie & Stephen vocal auditions will again be
showcased at the Stephen Foster Museum. The fes-
tivities will begin Friday evening October 4th with
"An Evening with Stephen and Jeanie", a concert
that will honor the contestants and their families.
There will be a musical program featuring last
year's winners of the Stephen and Jeanie competi-
tion, followed by delicious treats and perhaps even
some dancing. This event is open to the public and
begins at 8:00 p.m. The park admission will be
waived for the concert. The next morning at 10:00
a.m. on Saturday, October 5th, the singers will au-
dition for the title of "Jeanie" and "Stephen" in a
public concert before a panel of judges. The audi-
tion will be free with paid park admission ($5 per
vehicle up to eight passengers). This event is a real
jewel and if you have not attended in a while, give
yourself a treat and come out and enjoy this annual
opportunity to see these vibrant, talented college
students as, once again, the world come to White
Springs.
It is also the time of year when Halloween deco-


rations anr -ti, Li,- t-' l, L p- i r and it seems that
pumpkins ,i, I \N i \'l-h0 I', The giant pumpkins re-
mind me T. t in\ .- iI.Jpp, time. My parents were
very imagmi\ 11 i ,10 \1 .*, IJ help me be creative
with my Halloween costumes. Yes, Halloween was
something special to me as a child and I still enjoy
seeing the children enjoying all the festivities and
the trick or treating. As part of the seasonal festivi-
ties, those of you with children will not want to
miss the Pumpkin Fest at Big Shoals Park on Satur-
day, October 19 from 3:30 7:30 PM. There will be
children's games, a hay ride, pumpkin decorating
and more! This event becomes more popular each
year because it is so very enjoyable for families with
children who love Halloween. Also, if you would
like to make a difference in a child's life and help
out with this event, the rangers at Big Shoals are in
need of volunteers. If you can come out and help
or would like more information please contact Di-
ane Simmons at the Administration office at 397-
2733.
The White Springs United Methodist Church will
be hosting their annual yard sale on the church
grounds, across the street from the White Springs
Post Office, on Saturday, October 5 from 8AM till
1PM. I have attended this event in the past and I
can tell you from experience that those of you who
like to look for treasures and bargains will not want
to miss this!
Ouida Hardwick and Hilda Rogers and five
grandchildren recently returned from spending a
week in Panama City. They had a wonderful time
and plan on going back there at some time in the
future. Ouida and Hilda have a zest for life and I'm


Suwannee Hulaween with String Cheese

Incident adds more artists to

Oct. 31 Nov. 2 inaugural at SOS Music Park


Submitted
The inaugural
Suwannee Hulaween
has added new artists
to its lineup including
Eliot Lipp (live band &
DJ set), Up Until Now
(with special guests),
The Main Squeeze, The
Heard, Catfish Alliance
and Come Back Alice
along with several DJs
including Manic Focus,
Thibault, Prophet Mas-
sive, Vlad the Inhaler,
Sir Charles, Satoru and
DJ Jody Litvack to man
the late night Silent
Disco.
This new batch of
performers joins The
String Cheese Incident,
STS9, Big Gigantic,
Emancipator, Conspira-
tor, Steve Kimock &
Friends, Suwannee
Bluegrass Surprise, Fu-
ture Rock, Brock Butler,
Jennifer Hartswick,
Van Ghost, Moon Taxi,
Applebutter Express
and more to be an-
nounced soon for the
Oct. 31 Nov. 2 spec-
tacular at The Spirit of
the Suwannee Music
Park (SOSMP) in Live
Oak.
During Suwannee
Hulaween the famed
Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park will trans-
form into the first ren-
dition of Spirit Lake, a
visual arts extravagan-
za never before seen at
SOSMP. Fans can ex-
pect an epic fusion of
dazzling lights, art in-
stallations and perfor-
mance art that morphs
the Spirit Lake water-
front and adjacent for-
est into a vivid dream-
like space that fully en-
gages the senses. Work-
ing with some of the
Southeast's most talent-
ed sculptors, fire/metal
workers, painters, per-
formance artists and
lighting designers, the
Spirit Lake Promenade
will also host the Silent
Disco, a Campground
Stage and other aston-
ishing Hulaween cre-
ations.
For fans who want to
maximize their Hal-
loween weekend cele-


bration, five Ultimate
Incident VIP options
are available featuring
everything from VIP in-
door bathrooms and
swag bags to meals
alongside Suwannee
Hulaween staff &
artists, cabins and fully
stocked RVs. For tick-
ets, Ultimate Incident
packages and more in-
formation, please visit
the Hulaween website,
www.suwanneehu-
laween.com,
info@suwanneehu-
laween.com, call Des-
tiny Spang at Brotherly
Love Productions at
215-704-9554, call the
SOSMP at 386-364-1683,
go to the SOSMP web-
site at www.musi-
cliveshere.com or email
spirit@musicliveshere.c
om.mailto:spirit@musi-
cliveshere.com.


The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park


is located at 3076 95th
Drive, Live Oak.


Sacancer
awareness

"Anyone can Square Dance'
J It's Great Fun!! Learn To
] SQUARE DANCE
^ With the Vagabond Squares
9 *kA New Class Is Starting At
Hale Recreation Center
215 NE Duval St. In Live Oak, Fl
Thursday nights beginning Oct. 10th @ 7:00 p.m. |
First 2 nights are free thereafter $3.00 per class.
Refreshments are provided
Ralph Beekman, Caller and Instructor,
Have fun, make new friends and get great exercise.
Info: 362-7075 or 365-3909


\ liteinwn itesprings(gLgmaii.corry


sure that it rubbed off on the kids. Ouida lives her
life in White Springs to the fullest and attends the
White Springs Church of God where she enjoys
Reverend Ford's preaching and the wonderful mu-
sic.
I hope that you live your life in White Springs to
the fullest too and I hope to see you out and about
enjoying some of the wonderful events that take
place in our neck of the woods. Also, if you have
some information that you want to share about
what is happening in our area I would love to hear
from you.
Walter McKenzie
lifeinwhitesprings@gmail.com
386-269-0056


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OPINION


Are guns the problem?


Every time there's a shooting
tragedy, there are more calls for gun
control. Let's examine a few historical
facts. By 1910, the National Rifle As-
sociation had succeeded in establish-
ing 73 NRA-affiliated high-school rifle
clubs. The 1911 second edition of the
Boy Scout Handbook made qualifica-
tion in NRA's junior marksmanship
program a prerequisite for obtaining
a BSA merit badge in marksmanship.
In 1918, the Winchester Repeating
Arms Co. established its own Win-
chester Junior Rifle Corps. The pro-
gram grew to 135,000 members by
1925. In New York City, gun clubs
were started at Boys, Curtis, Commer-
cial, Manual Training and Stuyvesant
high schools. With so many guns in
the hands of youngsters, did we see
today's level of youth violence?
What about gun availability? Cata-
logs and magazines from the 1940s,
'50s and '60s were full of gun adver-
tisements directed to children and
parents. For example, "What Every
Parent Should Know When a Boy or
Girl Wants a Gun" was published by
the National Shooting Sports Founda-
tion. The 1902 Sears mail-order cata-
log had 35 pages of firearm advertise-
ments. People just sent in their mon-
ey, and a firearm was shipped. For
most of our history, a person could
simply walk into a hardware store,
virtually anywhere in our country,
and buy a gun. Few states bothered to
have even age restrictions on buying
guns.
Those and other historical facts
should force us to ask ourselves: Why
-- at a time in our history when guns
were readily available, when a person
could just walk into a store or order a
gun through the mail, when there
were no FBI background checks, no
waiting periods, no licensing require-
ments -- was there not the frequency
and kind of gun violence that we
sometimes see today, when access to
guns is more restricted? Guns are
guns. If they were capable of behav-
ior, as some people seem to suggest,
they should have been doing then
what they're doing now.
Customs, traditions, moral values
and rules of etiquette, not just laws
and government regulations, are what
make for a civilized society, not re-
straints on inanimate objects. These
behavioral norms -- transmitted by


example, word of
mouth and reli-
gious teachings --
represent a body
of wisdom dis-
tilled through
ages of experi-
ence, trial and er-
ror, and looking
at what works. BY WALT]
The benefit of
having customs, traditions and moral
values as a means of regulating be-
havior is that people behave them-
selves even if nobody's watching. In
other words, it's morality that is soci-
ety's first line of defense against un-
civilized behavior.
Moral standards of conduct, as well
as strict and swift punishment for
criminal behaviors, have been under
siege in our country for more than a
half-century. Moral absolutes have
been abandoned as a guiding princi-


A
VIINORITY
VIEW


2013 Creators Syndicate
ER WILLIAMS


ple. We've been
taught not to be
judgmental, that
one lifestyle or
value is just as
good as another.
More often than
not, the attack on
moral standards
has been orches-
trated by the edu-


cation establishment and progres-
sives. Police and laws can never re-
place these restraints on personal con-
duct so as to produce a civilized soci-
ety. At best, the police and criminal
justice system are the last desperate
line of defense for a civilized society.
The more uncivilized we become the
more laws are needed to regulate be-
havior.
What's worse is that instead of try-
ing to return to what worked, pro-
gressives want to replace what


worked with what sounds good or
what seems plausible, such as more
gun locks, longer waiting periods and
stricter gun possession laws. Then
there's progressive mindlessness
"cures," such as "zero tolerance" for
schoolyard recess games such as cops
and robbers and cowboys and Indi-
ans, shouting "bang bang," drawing a
picture of a pistol, making a gun out
of Lego pieces, and biting the shape
of a gun out of a Pop-Tart. This kind
of unadulterated lunacy -- which fo-
cuses on an inanimate object such as a
gun instead of on morality, self-disci-
pline and character -- will continue to
produce disappointing results.
Walter E. Williams is a professor of
economics at George Mason Universi-
ty. To find outmore about Walter E.
Williams and read features by other
Creators Syndicate writers and car-
toonists, visit the Creators Syndicate
Web page atwww.creators.com.


Plant, mineral, animal and cell phone


Dwain Walden
The Moultrie
Observe


Each day on the 1
opinion page of The
Moultrie Observer,
we run a "chuckle of -,
the day." On this "-
particular day it said, "Life is what
happens when your cell phone is on
charge."
So at the breakfast club that morn-
ing, someone uplifted that notation as
a commentary on the present condi-
tion of us humans. You would be sur-
prised at how much conversation was
generated from someone's take on cell
phone usage. In fact, it outranked
chemical weapons in Syria, terrorists
taking over a mall in Nairobi and the
possible shutdown of our government
in the midst of disputes over Oba-
macare.
Now the crux of the chuckle indi-
cates that we waste a lot of time talk-
ing on cell phones and texting. These
processes are often referred to as "so-
cial media" but someone recently
pointed out they are probably more
anti-social to the point of downright
rudeness.


Not long ago I gave a person a ride
into town and the entire time this per-
son was in my vehicle, she was talking
on the phone. She took several calls
and made several calls, and the net
value of all the conversations com-
bined seemed to come down to:
"What you doin'?"
"Ain't doin' nuttin."
"What you doin'?"
"Ain't doin' nuttin either."
The whole time I'm saying to myself:
"Neither of you are doing nothing be-
cause you're both dumb as rocks. The
closest you've ever come to writing an
essay is to text, 'Wassup?' "
And when the ride was over, she got
out of my vehicle and barely managed
a 'thank you' with the phone still stuck
to her ear. The only conversation with
me was to ask if I had a phone charger
in the truck. Well, maybe that was all
for the better. Since I don't have tat-
toos or piercings, I'm not sure there
would have been anything for us to
talk about.
Now don't get me wrong, I'm not
saying that cell phones will bring our
country to its knees. I think Congress
has dibs on that one. Actually, I find
my cell phone to be very functional
and practical. I've even watched a
football game on a cell phone, and I
like the fact that I can go to Google and
settle an argument at the breakfast
club. Bonjour!
On the dove field, we use cell
phones to keep tabs on the game war-
den. Very functional. And if someone
very annoying comes into your office
and won't leave, you can fake a phone
call and say you've got an emergency
and must leave. But be careful to keep


it on vibrate. It's kind of awkward to
be faking a conversation and the darn
thing rings during that little ruse.
Someone asked the other day just
how we ever got along without cell
phones. Well, the same could be said
of indoor plumbing, remote controls,
air conditioning and beer cans with
bigger holes in them.
And now we can always say to our
grandkids, "When I was your age, we
had to get up and walk all the way
over to the television to change the
channels."
I was in college when we got our
first telephone at the old homeplace.
They kept telling us that it wasn't cost
justified to run a line into our neck of
the woods. Then one day a fellow from
Atlanta bought the farm down the
road for a weekend getaway. He had
lots of money and lots of influence. We
got a party line.
I was in high school when we got in-
door facilities. It's funny how events
like that divide one's life into eras.
Other things are your first date, your
first car and your first kidney stone.
Now I think that chuckle of the day
was meant for us to be more conscious
of the notion that we should "stop and
smell the roses." But given the fact that
cell phones are becoming more and
more advanced on a daily basis, I
would not be surprised to hear of one
that also has olfactory capabilities. In
that case, you can stop and smell a
rose, dial a friend and say, "Hey get a
whiff of this!"
Dwain Walden is editor/publisher
of The Moultrie Observer, 229-985-
4545. Email: dwain.walden@
gaflnews.com.


Library's Great Book Sale


The Suwannee County Friends of
the Library will again host the Great
Book Sale, starting on: Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday, Oct. 10-12, 2013.
The following week: Thursday
through Saturday, Oct. 17-19,
2013. The sale will be open during
regular library hours, which are 8:30
a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday
8:30 a.m.to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The sale is being
held at the Suwannee County Region-
al Library, 1848 Ohio Ave (US 129)
south of Live Oak.


LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. Board of Directors will hold a meeting
for the Nominating Committee Members
on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 9:30 A.M.
at Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc.
Administration Office located in Live Oak,
Florida.
10/03
831607


The Suwannee County Friends of
the Library is a volunteer booster or-
ganization for the libraries of Suwan-
nee County, through membership
and fundraisers, such as the Great
Book Sale, all proceeds from these
fundraisers have been donated to en-
hance and provide for library ser-
vices.
For more details, call Betsy
Bergman, President of the Suwannee
County Friends of the Library, 386-
842-2953, evenings. Suwannee Coun-
ty Library, 386-362-2317.


LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. Board of Directors will hold a meeting
for the Executive Committee Members on
Tuesday, October15, 2013, 10:00A.M. at
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc.
Administration Office located at 1171
Nobles Ferry Road NW Live Oak, Florida.
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Quilt Show at


Stephen Foster


is Oct. 18-20

By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com

The 25th Annual Quilt Show and Sale is coming to
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park Fri-
day through Sunday, Oct. 18-20.
This popular event in White Springs always draws
a large crowd as visitors enjoy the amazing artistry
of unique and colorful quilts in a tranquil setting
along the historic and majestic Suwannee River.
This year over 150 quilts of all shapes and sizes
will be on display and many quilts will be for sale.
Others will be entered into a judged showing.
Throughout the park you can also enjoy bou-
tiques, quilting supply vendors, demonstrations, lec-
tures, door prizes, food and more. There will also be
a children's Garden Party for kids who have a quilt
they would like to enter. All quilts must be entered
by Oct. 11. Call 877-635-3655 for quilt drop off loca-
tions.
Come spend the day or the entire weekend at the
park. Buses are welcome, so register your group bus
and the park will have goodie bags with door prizes
ready for you upon arrival.
The event is sponsored by the Stephen Foster Citi-
zen's Support Organization and the Lady of the Lake
Quilting Guild. Admission to the Quilt Show and
Sale is $5 per person at the gate. For more informa-
tion, call 877-635-3655.



X Factor contestant


Rion Paige to be at


SOS Music Park Friday


Heart Matters


"Then Naomi said to
her two daughters-in-
law, 'Go back, each of
you, to your mother's
home. May the Lord
show kindness to you, as
you have shown to your
dead and to me. May
the Lord grant that each
of you will find rest in
the home of another hus-
band.'"
"But Ruth replied,
'Don't urge me to leave
you or to turn back from
you. Where you go I
will go, and where you
stay I will stay. Your
people will be my peo-
ple and your God my
God. Where you die I
will die, and there I will
be buried. May the Lord
deal with me, be it ever
so severely, if anything
but death separates you
and me.'" (Ruth 1:8-
9,16-17)
What are we to do
when those we love
leave us behind? This
week we join Naomi on
the road to Bethlehem in
Judah with her two
Moabite daughters-in-
law because she is "left
without her two sons
and her husband."
Upon hearing that the
Lord had ended the
famine and was once
again providing food for
His people, the three
women leave Moab in
the rear view
mirror... until Naomi
reasoned that it would


be best for these two
young women, Orpah
and Ruth, to return and
find new husbands
among their people.
Both Orpah and Ruth
wept and offered to stay
with Naomi, but Orpah
finally kissed Naomi
good-by, while Ruth
"clung to her." What in
the world would make a
young widowed woman
leave her home, her peo-
ple, and her country to
go with her mother-in-
law to a foreign land? So
glad you asked...be-
cause I would like to
suggest a possible sce-
nario:
We have already dis-
covered that Moab was
an enemy to God's peo-
ple, Israel, but a little
further investigation re-
veals a distant family
connection. Genesis
19:30-38 records the his-
tory of the Moabite and
Ammonite people as the
result of an incestuous
relationship between
Abraham's nephew Lot
and Lot's two daughters.
According to this pas-
sage, the two daughters,
(whose names are not
recorded) were driven
by desperation to pre-
serve their family line.
While this reasoning
seems appalling, and the
Bible in no way con-
dones incest, remember
that these girls were
raised in Sodom, a city


so wicked that God de-
stroyed it by fire. Take
note: we cannot hang
out with sin and expect
that it will not affect our
lives or influence our
children.
Throughout the Old
Testament, the Bible
continues to mention the
Moabite people, and in 1
Kings 11:1-7, Chemosh is
named as "the detestable
god of Moab." Further
study into 2 Kings 3:26-
27 reveals that Chemosh
was worshipped with
human blood as the
King of Moab "took his
firstborn son, who was
to succeed him as king,
and offered him as a sac-
rifice..." in an attempt to
gain victory over the Is-
raelites in battle.
Back to Ruth and Nao-
mi... from Ruth's state-
ment, "your people will
be my people and your
God my God," we can
surmise that while living
in Moab, Naomi had not
abandoned the God of
Israel in order to wor-
ship Chemosh, the god
of Moab. No doubt Ruth
had observed and expe-
rienced the difference
between serving a god
that would require your
child's life as a sacrifice
and worshipping the
God of Israel. God hon-
ors human life, so much
that when the debt for
our sin required death,
He went to the cross


Himself to make that
payment. As believers,
that gift of love, rightly
cherished and celebrat-
ed, will naturally create
a desire among those
who have been living in
"Moab" to embrace our
people as theirs and our
God as their own!! May
it be so...


Because
Matters,
Angie


Every Heart


Heart Matters is a
weekly column written
by Angie Land, Director
of the Family Life Min-
istries of the Lafayette
Baptist Association,
where she teaches Bible
studies, leads marriage
and family conferences
and offers Biblical coun-
seling to individuals,
couples and
families. Contact Angie
with questions or com-
ments at
angieland3@wind-
stream.net


The need for church training/discipleship


Rion Paige


Submitted
Rion Paige, X Factor 2013 contestant and world-
wide sensation, will be present at The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) Friday night. Rion,
13, will hold a meet and greet before she opens for
the Steel Bridge Band. Admission is free.
Whatever you have planned for the evening of
Oct. 4, cancel it, and be at the SOSMP. Take advan-
tage of this time to meet Rion in person, wish her
well in the contest and then enjoy her performance.
What a night this will be. This is a chance of a life-
time. Let's all come out and show some love for this
special artist her friends and fans have watched
grow up on the SOSMP stage.
Just a word of good advice...be early. Doors open
at 5 p.m. for dinner. Come enjoy a delicious meal
during the evening at regular prices at the SOS Cafe
and Restaurant in the Music Hall, join in the meet
and greet with this famous teenager and hear a fan-
tastic band, Steel Bridge.
Rion's meet and greet will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the
Music Hall at the SOSMP Friday evening, Oct. 4.
It's perfect weather for a weekend on the Suwan-
nee River at the SOSMP. For reservations for RVs,
campers, to rent beautiful cabins or primitive camp-
ing spaces or for more info on the SOSMP, please go
to www.musicliveshere.com, email spirit@musi-
cliveshere.com or call the Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park (SOSMP) at 386-364-1683.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is located
at 3076 95th Drive, Live Oak.


Divonia Baptist Church
Homecoming event
Wednesday through Friday,
Oct. 23, 24 and
25 at 7 p.m.
Homecoming is Sunday,
Oct. 27 at 11 a.m.



In Memoriam
The family of Willard Godwin wishes to express
our heartfelt thanks to everyone for your kindness
and support. The many prayers, calls, visits, cards of
concern and encouragement, food, flowers, dona-
tions, and time spent with our family during our
time of grief and loss will never be forgotten. Willard
was a good, kind and loving husband, father, grand-
daddy, great granddaddy, brother and friend to
many. His humor, work ethic, and compassion for
others will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
We are truly blessed to have so many caring
friends, neighbors, and extended family members.
The Family of Willard Godwin


Hugh G. Sherrill
ems-hugh43@comcast.net

A disciple is a learner, "one who
follows one's teaching. A disciple
is not only a pupil, but an adher-
ent; hence they are spoken of as
imitators of their teacher; See John
15:1-10. Are we in the church
teaching people to be imitators of
Jesus?
One of the great tragedies in the
church today is far too many don't
know what the teaching of the
Bible really is. They don't know
how they are suppose to live.
They somehow think of the
church, that it is just something
you do. They don't know they
need to be trained (discipled) be-
cause no one tells them. No won-
der there are so many churches
with so many problems.
The Bible teaches us that we
should be in "one accord" (Acts
1:14). The Bible says that on the
day of Pentecost that the upper
room was filled with people of
"one accord". That means con-
cerning the things of God, they all
were of one mind. At least six
more times in Acts alone the same
phrase is used. Romans 15:6 says
"that you may with one mind and
one mouth glorify the God and
Father of our Lord Jesus Christ".
In Philippians chapter 4, Paul


wrote to beseech or implore (beg)
them to speak the same thing.
Gaines S. Dobbins wrote "we
must first realize the need for dis-
cipling". He says "No argument is
needed for the church's teaching
ministry. There has been less con-
viction as to a church's training
ministry".
Many churches have lost the vi-
sion for discipleship classes on
Sunday evening. We must realize
the tremendous need for this
training. Many Christians, com-
ing into the church, have very
vague notions of their obligations
and privileges. They have accept-
ed Christ as Savior and have been
baptized in obedience to His com-
mand, but they can scarcely be ex-
pected to know how to live the
Christian life and to become effi-
cient church members. The loss of
life opportunities represented by
the multitudes of useless Chris-
tians whose names are on church
rolls is tragic beyond measure.
Conceivably every one of these in-
active and often back-slidden
church members might have been
a fruit-bearing disciple if he or she
had only received the right disci-
pleship training.
According to the records, a dis-
tressing number of evangelical
churches have no formal program
of church training. The training


program of- .
feared by i
many of the
churches is ,
often quite
inadequate.
M a n y
churches do a n
not know ex-
actly what is
going on in the field of church
training. A careful study of the
facts would doubtless be both re-
vealing and disturbing.
Gaines S. Dobbins suggests the
following questions for evalua-
tion: Has a study of the member-
ship roll been made to ascertain
those who are available for train-
ing? Has a picture of the present
training program (or lack of it)
been brought forcefully to the
church's attention? Is the church
fairly well satisfied with the pre-
sent training program? Are there
enough officers, leaders, and
counselors to give training effi-
cient leadership? Is discipleship
given active support by the pas-
tor, deacons, and leading laymen
in the church? Do many church
members have wrong conceptions
of discipleship training? Many
other questions might be used,
but these are some of the essential.
The church should recognize the
need for training!


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FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN
N.W. 15th Avenue Jasper
Rev. Wayne Sullivan
Sunday
Sunday School....................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship..................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday
Bible Study .............. ........7:00 p.m.
784022


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
Saturday MASS 4:00 p.m.
784014


NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St.,
Jennings, FL 32053 7840o13
938-5611
Pastor: Jeff Cordero
Sunday School..........................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship........................... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship...........................6:00 p.m.
Youth Happening, Mission Friends,
R&A & GA .......................... 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting, Teen Kids, Youth........6:00 p.m.
Van pick-up upon request


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"Where Friends become Family"
207 N.E. 2nd Street, Jasper 792-2658
Pastor: Roger Hutto
Sunday
Sunday School............................9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship....................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship.........................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Supper......................................6:00 p.m.
Children, Youth & Adult Programs6:30 p.m.
784012
NOWDEOINATONA


BURNHAM CHRISTIAN CHURCH
.A ',ii tjCl .R ei. rir,,rnnng FL32053
938-1265
Pastor: Johnny Brown
Sunday
Sunday School.............................. 9:45 a.m.
W orship.................................... 11:00 a.m .
Evening Service............................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Youth Program ...............................5:30 p.m.
784003


To list your church on
our church directory,
please call Nancy at
386-362-1734


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


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
204 NW. 3rd Avenue, Jasper, 792-2258
Pastor: Alexandra Hedrick
SUNDAY
Sunday School ...........................10:00 a.m.
Worship Service..........................11:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY
Choir Practice............................... 7:00 p.m.
783982


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Clothes Closet 4th Saturday 1 -5pm O IL


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
11320 C.R. 6 East Jasper FL 32052
Pastor: Rev. Ronald Pruter
Home: 386-938-5912
Church: 386-792-3267
Morning Service:
Sunday School.....................10:00a.m.
W orship.................................. 11:00a.m.
Children's Church.................11:00 a.m.
Evening Training Union...........6:00 p.m.
Worship................................... 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday
Worship................................... 7:00 p.m.
822913


823980


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Banks of the


Stephen Foster never set foot in Florida, yet
he composed the most famous Florida
folk song of all time. Jimmy Buffet, one of
the states, if not the nations most famous
folksinger, is a native of Mississippi.
All of these colorful enigmas came to mind this
week as I thought of contemporary artists who com-
pose and perform original Florida songs. Unlike the
state of Texas, which promotes a music that is mar-
ketable as "Texas Music", Florida's own folk music is
capricious and, in some ways, a changeling, flitting all
over the musical map.
Stephen Foster penned over 200 compositions. Two
became state songs "Old Folks at Home", better
known as "Way down upon the Swanee River", and
"My Old Kentucky Home". Recently, I watched a
video on You Tube of an interview given by Bob and
Jean Cornett, who founded and established The Spir-
it of the Suwannee Music Park near Live Oak. Is it a
coincidence that this couple, natives of the Common-
wealth of Kentucky would have gotten off the inter-
state to visit a niece of "Miss" Jean's in Live Oak and
discover The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park? I
don't know.
What I do know is this: The Cornetts came from
humble beginnings, attended and graduated from
Berea College in Kentucky. Berea College was, in a
way, like Florida Folk Music, a "changeling" if you
will. It was the first liberal arts college in the south
that admitted anyone regardless of race, economic
status, or class; there was little, if any, hierarchy there.
The beauty of Berea is that its mission, I believe, was


to offer a quality educational experience to some of
our nation's young people who may not otherwise
have achieved a good education. It was a college that
promoted egalitarianism, a fancy 10 dollar word, for
the fact that everyone was pretty much on an "even
playing field" socially and economically, and the pur-
pose was to get an education to, hopefully, make a
better life for oneself. Many of their graduates went
on to become major "players" and "contributors" in
the life of this nation, including Bob and Jean Cornett.
Through the years, I have personally witnessed
some of this philosophy in practice with Bob and Jean
Cornett. I was a young principal; well, not that young,
at Central Hamilton Elementary School, Jasper, in
1993, when Bob Cornett paid me a visit one afternoon.
He is, without a doubt, one of the most interesting in-
dividuals I have ever met, as he had a vision for
young people in this area, a vision of providing musi-
cal opportunities and educational opportunities at
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park. This vision
became a reality, as today, young people attend, are
given instructions, and participate in wonderful in-
structional musical "camps" and workshops that are
taught by master musicians in an atmosphere that, in
the spirit of Bob and Jean's beloved Berea College fos-
ters "egalitarianism". I applaud them for this effort,
for this vision, and for other visions as well.
When folks think of The Spirit of the Suwannee
Park, they often think of "The Suwannee River Jam",
"Wanee Fest", "Mag Fest" and, any number of out-
standing music venues that have put our part of Flori-
da "on the map" with hundreds of thousands of peo-


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ple across the United States. While these are impor-
tant, and are the "life's blood" for the park in many,
many ways, I listened carefully and closely to the in-
terview of this visionary couple as to what was at the
"heart" of their vision. It was a vision that was as
warm as a piece of your grandmother's homemade
pound cake fresh from the oven. "Miss" Jean spoke
with loving compassion about the construction of the
little chapel on the grounds of The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park and how that came into being.
When the Cornett's first purchased the park, they
wanted to hold a sunrise service, and "Miss" Jean
said she found a spot on the property that "spoke to
her" spiritually. She related that very quickly some
benches were constructed, a simple altar, and the sun-
rise service was held.
After that, she said she thought of a chapel, a place
where individuals might go for meditation, contem-
plation, and prayer. There have been weddings and
special services held in the little chapel. Some of the
great events of life have been held there. It is a beau-
tiful, simple structure situated in a spot that speaks
and says "I am North Florida, I am the banks of the
Suwannee and the Spirit of the Lord is here."
Spirit; that same spirit that inspired a few simple
patriots in 1776 to take on the one of the greatest pow-
ers in the world Great Britain and free this nation
from the chains of being controlled by a government
in which we had no voice. Spirit; the spirit that in-
spired millions in our nation to "sign up" and fight
for the freedom of America in two world wars. Spirit;
that spirit that helped rebuild the nation after the
Great Depression. Spirit; the spirits of two young peo-
ple, who have been married over 60 years now, and
who came from proud but humble beginnings in the
Commonwealth of Kentucky. Two young people
who loved God, family, and people, and music, and
the "coming together" of all those elements.
I've always felt a certain spirit when I've been af-
forded the privilege of being in the presence of Bob or
Jean Cornett. It is the spirit of family members and
friends coming together to sit, talk, shell peas, string
beans, and share some music on the front porch on a
Saturday evening. It is the spirit of women in the fam-
ily sitting around a quilting frame steadily and pa-
tiently sewing a patchwork quilt for a young bride, or
a mother to be, or an elderly loved one, and they
talked of family history, local lore, and those they
loved and held dear. A few years ago some at a Har-
vest Festival, a flag, proudly displayed in the Music
Hall was sewn and quilted. Each guest contributed a
piece of fabric. It is being restored now. It is the spirit
of a couple who have known happiness, loss, joy, sor-
row, and, in plain and simple terms, the "stuff" of life,
and who elected to take the spirit of their lives and
translate it into something here on the banks of the
Suwannee we all love today.
Closing my eyes, I see "Miss" Jean Cornett gen-
uine, down to earth greeting those who are friends,
speaking with love in her voice of friends and loved
ones, with arms outstretched to me, as she has em-
braced me on so many times and said "You are a
good friend", and always, always before I left "It is al-
ways good to see you, Johnny. We are lucky to have
you for a friend." That kind of spirit and, in this case,
I am the lucky one.
Some people have said James Cornett must be pay-
ing you to write this stuff about The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park and the answer is "NO". If I
didn't want to write it, here's not enough money in
the vault of First Federal to make me do it, well,
maybe, there would be, but I will relate to you that I
am grateful for what has been accomplished at The
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and that, there, on
the banks of the Suwannee, the spirit lives on.
Don't forget about the upcoming Magnolia "Mag"
Fest, Oct 17-20. Catch the spirit there.
From the Eight Mile Still on the Woodpecker Route
north of White Springs, wishing you all a day filled
with joy, peace, and, above all, lots of love and laugh-
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 7A


Q


A about Affordable Care Act
OPEN ENROLLMENT UNDERWAY


Continued From Page 1A

Deputy Director of Com-
munications Amy Bogn-
er, Florida will be served
by the Federally-Facili-
tated Exchange (FFE)
under the Department of
Health and Human Re-
sources.
When an individual
fills out an application,
the applicant will see all
of the options available
to them and can com-
pare coverages side-by-
side and review income-
based policies to choose
the plan that fits the best.
Individuals can visit
https://www.health-
care.gov/marketplace /i
individual/ #state florida
to enroll.
The process is relative-
ly simple. You will need
to have basic information
about your household in-
come. Most people using
the marketplace will
qualify for lower costs on
monthly premiums. To
find out how much you
are eligible for, you will
need to provide income
information from your
W-2, current pay stubs,
or your tax return. You
will also need to fill out
other information such as
your household size, lo-
cation and citizenship
status. Once that infor-
mation is entered, the ex-
change takes over. It will
determine if you are eli-
gible for Medicaid. If so,
it will refer you there. If
not, it will tell you how
much of a subsidy you
may be eligible for.
After that, you will be
presented a list of health
plans and their premi-
ums and out-of-pocket
costs, deductibles and co-
payments.
You can also apply


through a paper applica-
tion or over the phone.

What is an exchange?
An exchange is an on-
line marketplace. Indi-
viduals and small em-
ployers can shop for in-
surance coverage. The
exchanges help you find
out if you are eligible or
not for premium cost
help or if you are eligible
for Medicaid.

New and
affordable choices
A new report released
last week by the Depart-
ment of Health and Hu-
man Services (HHS)
finds that in Florida, con-
sumers will see increased
competition in the
Health Insurance Mar-
ketplace, leading to new
and affordable choices
for consumers. Accord-
ing to the report, Florida
consumers will be able to
choose from an average
of 102 health plans in the
marketplace. Nationally,
the vast majority of con-
sumers will have a choice
of at least two different
health insurance compa-
nies usually more. Pre-
miums nationwide will
also be around 16 percent
lower than originally ex-
pected with about 95
percent of eligible unin-
sured live in states with
lower than expected pre-
miums before taking
into account financial as-
sistance.
In Florida, the average
premium for the lowest-
cost silver plan will be
$304 and for the lowest
cost bronze plan it will be
$257. The average premi-
um nationally for the sec-
ond lowest cost silver
plan will be $328 before
tax credits, or 16 percent


below projections based
off of Congressional Bud-
get Office estimates.
About 95 percent of unin-
sured people eligible for
the Marketplace live in a
state where their average
premium is lower than
projections. And states
with the lowest premi-
ums have more than
twice the number of in-
surance companies offer-
ing plans than states with
the highest premiums.
Premium and plan op-
tions are broken down
by state where informa-
tion is available. For ex-
ample, the report shows
that a 27-year old living
in Florida who makes
$25,000 per year will pay
$96 per month for the
lowest cost bronze plan
and $145 per month for
the second lowest cost
silver plan, taking into
account tax credits. For a
family of four in Florida
with an income of
$50,000 per year, the low-
est bronze plan would
cost only $104 per
month.

Open enrollment.
Open enrollment be-
gan Oct. 1. Coverage can
began as soon as Jan. 1,
2014.

Is there a fee
for not having
insurance in 2014?
The simple answer is
yes. According to the US
Centers for Medicare and
Medicaid Services, if
someone who can afford
health insurance doesn't
obtain it next year, they
could be looking at a fee
of one percent of their in-
come, or $95 per adult,
whichever is higher. By
2016, the fee will increase
to 2.5 percent of the


adult's income or $695,
whichever is higher. The
rate will increase yearly.
The fee for children is
half the amount an adult
would pay, $47.50. The
most a family would
have to pay in 2014 is
$285.

How is the fee paid?
The fee is paid accord-
ing to the income tax
form, beginning in 2014.
Individuals with low in-
come may be eligible for
a waiver, according to
MMS.

Who is exempt from
paying the fee?
Individuals uninsured
who are exempt from
paying the fee include:
those uninsured for less
than three months of the
year; low income where
coverage is deemed unaf-
fordable; does not have to
file a tax return because
their income is too low; a
person who would quali-
fy under the new income
limits for Medicaid, but
their state has chosen not
to expand Medicaid eligi-
bility; is a member of a
federally recognized in-
dian tribe; is a participant
in a health care sharing
ministry; and are a mem-
ber of a recognized reli-
gious sect with religious
objections to health insur-
ance.

What about my
pre-existing
medical condition?
According to MMS,
health insurance plans
cannot refuse a person or
increase the rate because
of a pre-existing medical
condition. The plan also
can't refuse to cover treat-
ments as a part of the pre-
existing medical condi-
tion.


Can I keep my current
doctor?
Depending on the plan
selected, the individual
may be able to keep their
current doctor or health
care provider if they ac-
cept the plan the person
chooses. If staying with
the current health
provider is very impor-
tant, check to make sure
they are included in the
plan before selecting it.

Who is not eligible
to enroll?
Workers and their fam-
ilies that already have
coverage through their


employers most likely
won't be able to buy poli-
cies on the exchanges.
The marketplace is for
those that don't have in-
surance and can't get it
through their employers.
Businesses with 50 or few
employees, however, can
use the Small Business
Health Options program
exchange.
Those in the country il-
legally won't be eligible.

To learn more, call 1-
800-318-2596, or visit
http:/ /www.floir.com/S
sections / LandH / Federal-
HCReform.aspx.


Navigators help with

Health Marketplace


Continued From Page 1A

gator program manager,
has partnered with
ACORN Clinic, Child-
hood Development Ser-
vices, Heart of Florida
Health Center, Palms
Medical Group and
Suwannee River AHEC
to provide Navigator
services. At the onset of
the enrollment period, a
major focus of the Navi-
gators will be to conduct
"inreach" with target
populations with whom
the partners are already
engaged, while provid-
ing phone support for
individuals wishing to
receive assistance navi-
gating the Marketplace.
WellFlorida and its part-
ners will also conduct
outreach and enrollment
events throughout the
area in the coming
months. Visit the Well-
Florida website at
www.WelllFlorida.org
for regular updates of
these events.
Health Insurance Mar-


ketplace Navigators are
trained and certified to
provide unbiased infor-
mation on health insur-
ance options and to as-
sist with eligibility and
enrollment forms. Lan-
guage translation and
hearing impaired ser-
vices can also be made
available to consumers
through the help of a
Navigator.
Navigators are avail-
able in our area at the fol-
lowing: Suwannee and
Lafayette counties: Con-
tact Suwannee River
AHEC at 1-386-249-4260;
Columbia and Hamilton
counties: Contact
Suwannee River AHEC
at 1-386-292-2947.
For general informa-
tion about the Health In-
surance Marketplace
Navigator program,
marketplace insurance
options for small busi-
nesses or how you can
volunteer with the Navi-
gator program please
email: marketplace@wel
lflorida.org.


County renews health

department contract


Continued From Page 1A

Nancy Sult, RN, MSN, DON, with
the health department filled in for
Mark Lander who was unable to make
the meeting and brought with her new
Operations/Business Manager for Co-
lumbia and Hamilton counties, Bren-
da Brown.
"As always, we enjoy serving the
population of Hamilton County," said
Sult. "In the last year we went from
having a physician to having a nurse
practitioner full time and that has
worked well for us. We are staying
busy as usual."
Sult said they are looking forward to
the opening of the new rural health
clinic to give them support for the


needs of the community.
Brown asked for approval of the
2013-14 contract between the health
department and Hamilton County.
She told the commissioners that there
would be a $9,000 increase in the con-
tract with the county, from $91,464 to
$100,464. The extra monies are needed
to help support the pharmacy assis-
tant position.
"We are anticipating a reduction in
funding from the hospital authority
that helps support that position," said
Brown. "In the past five years the pro-
gram has provided over $1 million
dollars at no cost to the clients."
By a vote of 5-0, the board approved
the new contract with the health de-
partment.


"I can sleep peacefully now that

I don't worry about what could

happen to Mom in her home."


The Suwannee-Hamilton
Technical Center's Community
Education Program Now offering
Gun Safety/Concealed Weapons
Training


-~


.. ^t Saturday, October 19,2013
9:00 am 4:00 pm
Training will include, but is not limited to handgun safety, explanation of kinds of pistols,
explaining sight picture and using handgun sights, types of ammunition, styles of holsters
and shooting fundamentals. Upon Completion of the course, the student will be able to
demonstrate proficient use of their weapon on the firing range. Each participant will receive a
Certificate of Completion along with the Florida Concealed Weapon Permit Packet. Another
important aspect of the class is it will provide training regarding Florida Laws, the use of
force, and review the Florida Concealed Licens Information. Each participant should bring a
bag lunch. Refrigeration is available.
Enrollment is limited to the first 10 people who register at Suwannee-Hamilton Technical
Center by 10/18/13. Cost is $75.00 per person and participants must be 18 years of age or
older.
Location: Suwannee-Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Training Room and Live Oak Police
Department Firing Range
Instructor: Lt. Wayne Musgrove, Jr. with the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office


Each participant will be required to provide:
Handgun
At least 50 rounds of ammunition
Eye protection (sunglasses will do)
Transportation to the firing range


To Register or For Additional
Information Call
Suwannee-Hamilton Technical
Center
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Trojans fall to Fightin' Tigers


Take on Lafayette
Oct. 4

Staff
The Hamilton County High School
Trojan football team (1-3) fell Friday
night to the Fightin' Tigers of Union
County (5-0). The final score was 35-6.

First, second quarter
Union County kicked off to Hamil-
ton County to begin the first quarter.
Neither team were able to take the ball
into the end zone. Hamilton County
put the ball in first for six points with
about four minutes to go in the second
quarter. This touchdown was made by
senior Jacari Washington. The point af-
ter was no good.
Union County answered with about
a minute to go until the half with Isa-
iah Johnson (7) taking it in with a five-
yard rushing touchdown. Union
County's Talon Tyler (55) kicked a suc-
cessful point after. The score going
into the half was 7-6, Union County.

Third quarter
Hamilton County kicked off to
Union County to begin the second half
of play in Jasper. With about eight
minutes to go in the third, Union
County's Daquin Edwards (2) took it
in from two-yards out. The point after
by Tyler was good, bringing the score
to 14-6, Union County.
Edwards put another one, from one-
yard out, with five minutes to go in the


third. The point after by Tyler was
again successful, bringing the score to
21-6, Union County.


Fourth quarter
With about 11 minutes to go in play
time, Union County's Johnson ran it in
from 18-yards out. And the final
touchdown of the night came from
Union County's Dairon Alexander (6)
with a six-yard rush.
The final score was 35-6.

Hamilton County faces a tough com-
petitor Friday night, Oct. 4. They will
travel to Mayo to take on Lafayette (4-
0). Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.

Hamilton stats
First downs 5
Penalties 1
Penalty yards 5

Passing
Antefernee Smith (Sr.) 3 completes;
11 attempts; 11 yards.
Rushing
La'Marcus Webb (Jr.) 2 carries; 13
yards; 15 rushing long.
Lamar Brown sophh.) 1 carry; -1
yards.
Demarco Webb sophh.) 1 carry; 3
yards; 3 rushing long.
Antefernee Smith 7 carries; 44 yards;
46 rushing long.
Jacari Washington (Sr.) 17 carries; 38
yards; 14 rushing long; one touch
down.


Jacari Washington had the sole touchdown for Hamilton County Friday night, Sept. 27.


Receiving
Webb 1 received; 15 yards; 15 rushing
long.
Markevious Davis (Sr.) 1 received; 1
yard; 1 rushing long.

Offensive fumbles and pancake blocks
M. Davis 1 lost
Washington 1 fumble
All purpose yards
Webb 13 rush; 15 received.
Smith 44 rush.
Washington 38 rush.

Tackles
Webb 4 solo; 4 total.
Ethan Land (Jr.) 4
Trey Norris (Sr.) 3
Zack Morgan (Fr.) 1
Jeremiah Lee (Sr.) 3 solo;
one assist; 4 total.
Davis 10
Kendric Carter (Soph.) 1.
Malik Robinson (Fr.) 1.
Smith 3 solo; 1 assist.
Kaleb Sadler (Jr.) 1.


Antefernee Smith in action.


Photos: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)

Amaad Gandy (Soph.) 1.
Deangelo Robinson (Jr.) 4 solo; 1 as-
sist.
Marcus Williams (Jr.) 5.
Travion Weary (Soph.) 2.
Hunter Hill (Jr.) 2.
William Shackleford (Sr.) 3.
Jesse Asling (Jr.) 2, solo; one assist.
Xavier Johnson (Sr.) 1.

Defensive
Carter 1 fumble recovered.
Darrell Walker 1 fumble recovered.
Williams 1 fumble recovered.

Kickoffs
Davis 2 for 37 yards.

Punts
Justin Milton (Sr.) 1 for 14 yards.

Kickoff returns
Davis 2 for 29 yards.

Touchdowns
J. Washington 1.


FWC officers:


By Katie Purcell
At 9 p.m., the officer backs into his
driveway. He signs off on the radio,
climbs out of his truck and heads to-
ward his darkened house. When he
gets inside, he greets his wife and
looks in on his two young children
who are already tucked into bed. Af-
ter changing out of his uniform, he
hangs it in its usual spot in the closet.
Finally, he showers and warms up his
supper.
At the other end of the county, one
of his squad mates has just put on her
bullet-resistant vest and uniform
shirt. After snapping on her duty belt,
she goes through the routine of check-
ing her gear. Then she says goodbye
to her husband and son and heads out
the door to begin her shift. Her plans
for the night include working in a
wildlife management area where
there have been night-hunting com-
plaints.
In the meantime, while the second
officer is in the dark woods and the
first is getting ready for bed, at just
past 11 p.m., their supervisor is awak-
ened from sleep by a ringing phone.
"Lieutenant?" a voice asks. "This is
Dispatch. Your squad is heading to
work a search-and-rescue and they
need you right away."


After giving a few brief deta
dispatcher disconnects quick
begins calling others on the ra(
In less than 20 minutes, th
tenant has grabbed his unifc
ways hanging in the same plac
closet, put on his gear, and is
out of his driveway in his patrol
As he buckles his seat belt, he
in on the radio and lets D
know he is "10-51" en route
scene.
During his drive to the next
- he supervises six officers acr
counties he finds out more ab
incident and plans a meeting
with the other two officers.
Situations like this are all tc
mon for officers with the Flori
and Wildlife Conservation C
sion (FWC). They don't wor
most people would call tra(
hours. Nor would many asrp
their job be considered tradition:
these roles are necessary.
Many of them are working
we're sleeping or enjoying a Sa
at a state park or a holiday wee
a campground.
They may start out their shif
ing they're going to work on a
issue, or they may have just f
their regular shift and are at


Ready i
ails, the But, with a mom
ly and called to assist w
dio. like a search for a
he lieu- Many times, I
irm, al- with other law e
:e in his medical person:
pulling FWC provides
1 truck, knowledge of th
checks their ATVs and
)ispatch the personnel anc
e to the Every year, th
1,000 rescues in tI
county water. This year,
oss two volved in almost
)out the In fact, a scena
g point above played ou
FWC officers spc
)o corn- working with t
da Fish Sheriff's Office ar
ommis- nole county air
k what missing man.
ditional Guss Baker ha
,ects of several days whe
nal. But ly found him sh
near the Turkey I
g while Flagler County.I
saturday him with what th
kend in resistant vests an
for several hour
t think- could arrive to
certain swamp.
finished Last month, af
Some. his ordeal, Baker


n an instant
ent's notice, they are ficers to thank them for their actions.
vith an urgent issue, "Those officers saved my life. If it
Missing person, wasn't for them I wouldn't be here,"
FWC officers work Baker said.
enforcement, fire and FWC officers Lee Lawshe and Rich
nel. Typically, the Wilcox were the ones called upon to
the equipment and help.
ie area, often using "Even if we have a plan in mind, we
airboats to transport never really know what we'll be doing
d victims, on a given day," Lawshe said. "We
iey perform around are all willing to respond quickly and
he woods and on the do what it takes to get the job done
they have been in- and even save a life."
700 so far. From backing into their driveways
rio like the example at home, to hanging their clothes in
t in the end of June. the same spot after each shift, FWC of-
ent nearly two days ficers have many habits. These ensure
the Flagler County they can be ready as quickly as possi-
id Volusia and Semi- ble to respond to those after-hours
support to locate a emergencies when every second
counts.
id been missing for When you're out enjoying all Flori-
n FWC officers final- da has to offer whether you're tak-
ivering in a swamp ing your bow to hunt deer this week-
sland Hunt Camp in end or are headed to the coast in
The officers warmed search of snook- remember to be safe.
ey had their bullet- Wear a life jacket on the water; take a
d bug-tamer jackets- GPS with you into the woods. If you
s until a helicopter do find yourself in a bad situation, re-
lift him out of the member that officers with the FWC
are trained and prepared. They will
after recovering from do their best to get you and your fam-
reached out to the of- ily to safety.


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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2013















Sewer rate increases


Continued From Page 1A

14 fiscal year of 4.387
mils is a rollback rate for
2013. Town Manager
Bob Parley also remind-
ed the audience that two
publicly advertised bud-
get workshops had al-
ready taken place.
"By a vote of 4-1 the
budget was passed on
the first hearing we
had," said Parley. "That
budget is a balanced
budget of $1,372,130 in
revenues, as well as
$1,372,130 in appropria-
tions and reserves. All of
council's recommenda-
tions from the work-
shop, as well as the pub-
lic hearing have been
added to the budget."
Before the two items
were passed there was a
lot of back and forth de-
bate between council
members and the public
about rising water and
sewer rates. The subject
that garnered the most
attention and the most
input from residents
was the proposed rate
increase for sewer ser-
vices. Some residents
suggested raising the
rates in steps each year
to lessen the impact.
Others suggested revert-
ing back to septic tanks
rather than sewer, or
even farming the service
out to a private compa-
ny.
Parley, in an effort to
justify the sewer rate in-
crease, explained that
the town had been
pulling funds from their
reserves to keep the
sewer department oper-
ating in past years. He
said the cost of operat-
ing that department
over the last 10 years
had gone up 54 percent,
however, the rates that
residents have been pay-
ing only went up 17 per-
cent.
Miller explained that
the 2008-09 recession
also affected the town's
revenue and had an im-
pact on raising rates.
"The bond market
crashed," she said. "We
had a loan from the state
that was invested in a
bond and the proceeds
of that bond were used
to pay off the existing
loan, which is now
about $500,000. When
the bond market
crashed, the income
from that bond went
away, so this year we
were in a scramble to re-
finance."
Parley, she said,
arranged a new low cost
20-year loan to pay off
that balance. Previous
loan payments were
$96,000 annually and it
was paid out of the bond
income.
"The additional cost to
the town on an annual
basis is about $32,000,"
said Miller. "So that's
$32,000 in addition to
everything else we're
paying off. That was an
unanticipated addition-
al annual expense."
Miller went on to ex-
plain that when new
personnel took over at
the sewer plant last year,
it was discovered that
many years of mainte-
nance and service that
should have been done
hadn't been done under
previous management.
Required quarterly
sludge maintenance, she
said, had not been done


since the sewer plant
was built, as well as oth-
er service procedures.
"This year we had to
catch up on that service
and maintenance,"
Miller said. "Now we
understand the true op-
erational nature of the
sewer plant."
Andrew Greene, the


new sewer plant opera-
tor, Miller said, has
passed his state require-
ments and the town is
now in a better position
to run the plant proper-
ly. She also said Parley is
the first professional, ex-
perienced town manag-
er the town has ever had
and he brought to light
many things the town
needed to correct when
he came onboard.
"I don't want to raise
rates and I don't want to
raise taxes, but the town
council has a fiduciary
duty to balance the
books for the town,"
Miller said.
Rumors that rates
were being raised in or-
der to increase salaries
of town personnel,
Miller said, are not true.
"The employee
salaries and benefits for
this fiscal year was
$391,367," Miller said.
"We have a reduction in
personnel costs for the
next fiscal year down to
$360, 297. We are reduc-
ing salary costs over
$30,000 from this year to
the next. We are consoli-
dating positions and
we're reducing consult-
ing costs. The effort is
being made to get the
town's operations as
low as we can, but with-
out sacrificing the quali-
ty we need to stay
afloat."
Parley explained that
in previous workshops
the Florida Rural Water
Association did an
analysis of expenses ver-
sus revenues for the
town and recommended
sewer rates be raised.
The town council, he
said, approved the rate
increase at their last
meeting. He went on to
explain that the general
fund includes costs for
fire, police, administra-
tion and the road de-
partment.
"Those departments
are funded through the
ad valorem taxes," he
said. "Currently, that is
$408,000. In order to op-
erate that department,
additional funds had to
become available."
Resident Coretta Ford
said she understood the
reasons for the rate in-
crease, but she also told
the council there are
many residents in White
Springs who are one
paycheck away from
poverty and that the
slightest increase in rates
will be a hardship.
Miller explained that
even more stringent
state and federal guide-
lines for water quality
are coming down the
pike and will be another
expense the town has to
look forward to.
Miller and Parley re-
cently went to Tallahas-
see to try to procure a
multi-million dollar
grant from DEP to deal
with inflow and infil-
tration in the water sys-
tem.
"We're going to be
very, very fortunate to
get over 90 percent of
that as a grant," Miller
said. "We have the pos-
sibility instead of rais-
ing the matching funds -
of either getting that
from the Hamilton
County Development
Authority or a CDBG
matching fund. You
don't get any better than
that."


When some residents
suggested septic tanks
would be cheaper than a
sewer system, Miller ex-
plained that the DEP is
cracking down on them
and that to get a new
septic tank installed the
cost to the homeowner
would be about $16,000.
"We're also next to the


Suwannee River, which
means they're going to
expect greater cleanup
from us in our commu-
nity in terms of water,"
said Miller.
Miller said she is well
aware there are many
low income residents in
the town and that prop-
erty taxes are extremely
low for most residents,


with 70 percent of them
paying less than $100 a
year. Those same resi-
dents, she said, expect
24-hour police and fire
protection, as well as
other services, all of
which cost money.
The volunteer fire de-
partment is one matter
that if not corrected by
the end of the year will


cause homeowners' in-
surance rates to rise. An
enclosed structure and
not enough certified fire-
fighters are two items
that did not meet ISO re-
quirements in a recent
inspection and will be
costly to correct.
Miller said, "We do, as
a town, have a host of is-
sues to deal with, none of


School board workshop hi


Continued From Page 1A

view of district proce-
dures for incoming stu-
dent transfers, it was
noted that some changes
needed to be made. All
the district has now is a
form for transfer stu-
dents to fill out that re-
leases them from one
county so they can enroll
in another county.
"Once we accept them,
there are no require-
ments that are tied to
that if we have compli-
cations with that stu-
dent," said Moffses.
Board members then
reviewed a preliminary
draft of a new form for
transfer students. In the
draft, some additional
language will address
minimum grade and at-
tendance requirements,
as well as discipline is-
sues.
"All of these are items
that can trigger them be-
ing returned back to
their home county from
here," Moffses ex-
plained.
Although the draft is
not in its final form yet,
Moffses said he wanted
the board to review it
and come back at a later
workshop with any
questions, concerns or
feedback before it is fi-
nalized and voted on.
"This is not something
that would take effect
for this current year, but
it's something we are
working to have in place
for next year," he said.


Board members John-
ny Bullard and Jeanie
Daniels said they were
in favor of it.
"Not all cases, but in
some cases, we do re-
ceive some students
who have had chal-
lenges in other districts,
and that's the reason
they want to come here
to school," said Bullard.
It would be prudent,
Bullard continued, for
the guidance counselor
to call the other district
from which a student is
transferring and ask
questions as to why the
student wants to trans-
fer.
Moffses said, "We do
want to accept students
when we can and en-
hance our student popu-
lation. We want to make
sure there are some stip-
ulations tied to that, so
that it protects the dis-
trict, if need be."
Supplemental coaching
position requirements
In an effort to cut
costs, it was suggested
that the district require
supplemental athletic
coaches to have a CDL
driver's license, so they
are available to drive
student athletes to and
from games, rather than
having someone from
the transportation de-
partment having to hang
around for the game to
end so they can trans-
port students back to the
school.
Director of Adminis-
trative Services Philip


Pinello said the district
in the past has had that
requirement and it did
save money.
"We're always in the
business to save money
anywhere that it can be
cost-effective," said
Daniels.
Daniels noted that a
lot of the coaches in the
district already have
CDL licenses. Bullard
said he remembers in
the past that the varsity
coaches especially, said
they had a lot to think
about on the way to the
games and that to be dis-
tracted from that by hav-
ing to concentrate on
driving the bus wasn't
something they wanted
to do, even though they
were given supplemen-
tal pay for it.
"I would like to see
how much savings it
would be to the district
if we implemented it,"
said Bullard.
For the athletic depart-
ment, Moffses said one
of their major costs is
transportation and the
district is looking at
ways to help them cut
costs so they can have
more money for equip-
ment.
"While I appreciate
the comments that some
of the coaches are tied
up with other things, at
the same time, the same
coaches are saying we
need other equipment,
other funding sources,
and they can actually
help themselves by dri-


which have easy fixes
and they all cost money."
Councilman Richard
Marshall said he, just
like the other council
members, does not want
to see rates rise for resi-
dents, but it is some-
thing that needs to be
done so that the town
can provide necessary
services.


ghlights

ving the buses," Moffses
said.
Costs involved for
CDL training and certifi-
cations is something the
district is looking into.
Moffses said he would
get the costs broken out
and given to the board
to review.
Out-of-state travel
It was not on the agen-
da, but Moffses shared
some concerns with the
board about out-of-state
travel, specific to day-to-
day operations, which
must be approved in ad-
vance. He said there are
a lot of available re-
sources just across the
border in Valdosta and
anyone from the district
who goes there must get
advance approval. He
suggested that some
changes to current poli-
cy need to be imple-
mented to address those
concerns.
Since the board has to
approve all out-of-state
travel and since they
only meet once a
month, Moffses said a
lot of times getting ap-
proval to travel to Val-
dosta, in order to save
money on products or
services, has not been
possible and it wound
up costing the district
more money because
they had to utilize local
resources.
Moffses suggested
they add specific lan-
guage to the district's
policy to address the sit-
uation.


School facilities addressed at workshop


Continued From Page 1A

current location at the
old middle school.
Those modifications,
Moffses said, should be
done in about a week.
Another item of dis-
cussion he had with
Brown at that time had
to do with safety con-
cerns within the district
in the wake of the Sandy
Hook Elementary shoot-
ings, and how the DOE
might be able to assist,
as far as funding for im-
provements in safety
and security.
"After we finished
with the high school, we
went through all the ele-
mentary schools," said
Moffses.
Brown said her office
was in Hamilton County
in 2011 to look at some
of the school facilities,
and that she was aware
that the high school is
the only hurricane-pre-
pared, FEMA autho-
rized shelter in the coun-
ty.
The facilities depart-
ment, Brown said, also
oversees the five-year
district work plan and
Florida Inventory of
School Houses (FISH),
which has a database of
every inch of school
property in the state.
"We make sure that
the database is accurate
and up to date," said
Brown.
She also said PECO
(Public Education Capi-
tal Outlay) maintenance
dollars, which haven't
been available for public
schools for the last three


years because it was ap-
propriated for charter
schools, is a lifeline for
small counties. She also
noted that classrooms
must be at least 600
square feet, which is im-
portant when it comes to
getting PECO dollars be-
cause it is calculated on
square footage. The dis-
trict, she said, may have
been short-changed in
the past if the FISH data
submitted was incorrect.
"A million dollars to a
small district like Hamil-
ton County for PECO
maintenance is a lot of
money," said Brown.
"Hopefully, it will be
coming back."
Brown said her de-
partment is small, but
has a big mission and
one of the things they
provide for school dis-
tricts is the ability to do
educational plant sur-
veys.
"Anytime a district
considers new construc-
tion, remodeling or ren-
ovation projects and are
using state funds, it has
to go through our office
and we will help make
sure you have that docu-
mentation so that you're
covered," said Brown.
Building replacement
studies is an important
function of the facilities
department, Brown ex-
plained, and there have
been several done in
Hamilton County since
2007 at both North and
South Hamilton. At
these two schools, she
said, there are numerous
buildings of different
ages. She noted that one


building sits on jacks. At
one of the schools, she
added, the students
have to walk across the
street to get to another
building on campus, and
there are also some
unique challenges with
the parent pick up area.
"If a building is 50
years of age or has seri-
ous infrastructure prob-
lems, architects come
out and look at it and
evaluate whether it's
cheaper to replace a
building than it is to
keep remodeling, reno-
vating or putting money
into," she explained.
Brown said the biggest
concern in the country,
the state and the com-
munity is safety and se-
curity, and that in her
school district tour in
May she found many
challenges in Hamilton
County that they may be
facing in the future. She
referenced testing capac-
ity, broadband capabili-
ty, new Common Core
standards, FCAT, End-
of-Course exams, and
virtual education cours-
es at the high school, as
well as security issues at
the schools.
"The facilities are real-
ly stretched," she said.
"It's not just this district.
It's all over the state."
The Special Facility
Construction Account
Program is something
Brown said the district
utilized in order to build
the high school. Her of-
fice oversees that pro-
gram, as well.
"It allows you to come
to us for one construc-


tion project," said
Brown. "The payback is
pledging your 1.5 mils to
the program."
Moffses thanked
Brown for her assistance
with the remodeling at
the high school.
"We could not have
done it without her ap-
proval," he told the
board members.
He also clarified to the
board that neither North
nor South will be able to
get funding from the
state for renovations due
to the ages of the build-
ings.
See related story on
Page 1A for other work-
shop highlights.



42nd Annual

Hamilton County

Fair starts today

Continued From Page 1A

and membership in 4-H
is not required. Entry fee
is $5 for any/all cate-
gories of Best Trick, Best
Costume, Most
Adorable, Oldest and
Youngest.
Something new this
year is an earlier start
time of 6:30 p.m. for the
Pee Wee Pig Scramble,
which is open to youth
ages seven and under.
The Swine Sale starts
at 7 p.m. and the finale
4-H/FFA Pig Scramble
will take place at 9 p.m.
Come out and support
the youth of Hamilton
County!


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! 4Learn about the woman


Behind the 'cure'


Thousands upon thousands of
women have battled breast cancer.
Some have pulled through the dis-
ease, while others succumbed to
the disease after a brave fight.
Few people who have waged war
with breast cancer are better
known than Susan Komen, a
name many instantly associate
with the organization Susan G.
Komen for the Cure, the most
widely known, largest and well-
funded breast cancer organization
in the United States.
Susan G. Komen was born Su-
san Goodman in 1943 in Peoria,
Ill. According to her sister, Nancy,
Susan was the high school home-
coming queen and a college beau-
ty queen. After graduating from
college, Goodman returned to her
hometown and pursued modeling,
eventually marrying her high
school sweetheart, Stan.
Komen was diagnosed with
breast cancer in 1977 after finding
a lump that subsequent testing re-
vealed was cancerous. Komen un-
derwent a procedure called a sub-
cutaneous mastectomy, in which
the outside of the breast tissue was
left intact, but the interior breast
tissue was removed. The doctor
who did the procedure assured


Komen that she was cured. De-
spite urging her sister to get a sec-
ond opinion, Komen was con-
vinced she was safe. But within
six months Komen found another
lump under her arm, and, by this
point, it was evident that the can-
cer had spread. Doctors at the
Mayo Clinic soon determined the
cancer had metastasized to her
lung and under her arm.
Komen underwent several dif-
ferent treatments to slow the pro-
gression of the cancer, including
radiation and intense chemothera-
py. However, the cancer contin-
ued to spread and eventually her
body developed a resistance to
most of the medication. During
treatment, Komen repeatedly
spoke with her sister about her
wish to make the entire breast
cancer experience and treatments
in the hospital more palatable for
women, including improving the
appearance of waiting rooms and
treatment centers, and doing other
things to help comfort those who
would find themselves in similar
situations in the future. Komen
lost her battle with breast cancer
in 1980 at age 36. By the time of
her death, Komen had undergone
nine operations and three courses


of chemotherapy and radiation.
Nancy Goodman Brinker then
made it her mission to do every-
thing she could to help end breast
cancer and increase awareness of
this potentially deadly disease. In
1982, Brinker established the Su-
san G. Komen Breast Cancer
Foundation in her sister's memory.
Since its inception, the organiza-
tion, now called Susan G. Komen
for the Cure, has provided funding
for basic, clinical and translation-
al breast cancer research projects.
It also has become instrumental in
breast health education and urging
women to do self-screening while
promoting annual mammograms.
Through the years, the foundation
has teamed up with many well-
known businesses, brands and or-
ganizations as part of its fundrais-
ing efforts. To date, the organiza-
tion has invested $750 million in
breast cancer research, awarding
many thousands of dollars in
grants in countries around the
world.
Through her struggle with
breast cancer, Susan Goodman
Komen unknowingly inspired an
organization that has helped to
save the lives of millions. Learn
more at ww5.komen.org.


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Debates are ongoing as to the impact of oral contraceptives on breast cancer risk.



Oral contraceptives


and breast cancer risk


Oral contraceptives have prevented
pregnancies for decades. But some
women take contraceptives to help regu-
late menstrual period symptoms and to
treat other issues, including acne. Many
women wonder if taking birth control
pills affects their risk of developing
breast cancer.
Number of studies indicate that tak-
ing oral contraceptives appears to slight-
ly increase the risk of developing cancer
among younger women, according to the
National Cancer Institute. However, dis-
continuing oral contraceptive use for 10
years or more returns risk levels to nor-
mal. The Mayo Clinic notes that it is dif-
ficult to weigh the effect of birth control
pills on breast cancer risk. Although
some studies have shown a link between
the two, more recent studies do not show
an increased risk for breast cancer while
taking birth control bills.
The variety of oral contraceptives
available perhaps plays a role in why
studies into the potential link between
contraceptives and breast cancer risk
may be flawed. Birth control pills may
combine various levels of two female sex
hormones, called estrogen and proges-
terone, and this combination works by
preventing the release of eggs from the
ovaries, changing the lining of the uterus
to make it inhospitable for a fertilized
egg, as well as changing the mucus at the
cervix to prevent sperm from entering. A


triphasic pill, in which the dose of hor-
mones is changed in three stages over the
course of the woman's monthly cycle,
seems to be the biggest culprit in raising
breast cancer risk. Women who started
menstruating at an early age and subse-
quently began taking oral contraceptives
in their teenage years also are at a slight-
ly higher risk.
Experts believe that birth control pills
could affect cancer risk because the es-
trogen and progesterone have been
known to influence the development of
some cancers. It is believed the more es-
trogen a woman is exposed to during her
lifetime, the greater her risk for breast
cancer. It is not known if this is only the
case with naturally occurring estrogen,
man-made synthetic versions used in
oral contraceptives or both.
Women can weigh the pros and cons of
taking birth control pills with their gyne-
cologists. Some believe that taking oral
contraceptives could decrease risk of
other types of cancers, including ovarian
and endometrial cancer. Women who
take birth control pills to control severe
premenstrual syndrome, known as pre-
menstrual dysphoric disorder, may find
that the benefits outweigh the slightly el-
evated risk of breast cancer.
There is no cut-and-dry answer as to
whether or not oral contraceptives put
women in danger of developing breast
cancer.


Alcohol and cancer:


Understanding your risk


Overconsumption of alcohol can increase a person's risk of developing cancer.


Studies have shown moderate alcohol
consumption can reduce a person's risk of
developing certain diseases, including di-
abetes and coronary artery disease.
Though the health benefits of moderate
alcohol consumption might be widely
known, the link between cancer and alco-
hol consumption does not garner as much
attention.
While many people consume alcohol
without ever getting cancer, that does not
mean their risk isn't increasing. According
to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse
and Alcoholism, drinking too much alco-
hol weakens the immune system, making
the body a much easier target for disease,
including cancer. And these effects are
immediate. Drinking a lot on just a single
occasion makes it hard for the body to
fight infection for up to 24 hours after
consumption.
The NIAAA also reports that drinking
too much alcohol increases a
person's risk of developing certain can-
cers, including cancers of the mouth,
esophagus, throat, liver, and breast. In ad-
dition, the American Cancer Society notes
that alcohol consumption may also in-
crease a person's risk of developing can-
cer of the pancreas. That's because alco-
hol causes the pancreas to produce toxic
substances which can eventually lead to
pancreatitis, an inflammation and
swelling of the blood vessels in the pan-
creas that can prevent proper digestion.
The reasons alcohol raises the risk of de-
veloping cancer can vary depending on the
type of cancer. For example, heavy alcohol
use can damage the liver, potentially caus-
ing inflammation that can increase the risk
of developing liver cancer. In addition, a
woman who consumes just a few drinks per
week might be unknowingly increasing her
risk of developing breast cancer, as alcohol
can affect estrogen levels in the body.
When examining the link between alco-
hol consumption and cancer, it's impor-
tant to note that the type of drink con-
sumed is not the most important factor to


consider. Thats because ethanol is the
type of alcohol found in alcoholic drinks,
and the standard size drinks -- 12 ounces
of beer, 5 ounces of wine or 1.5 ounces of
80-proof liquor -- contain the same
amount of ethanol. So more so than the
type of drink that's consumed, it's the
amount of the drink consumed over time
that can increase a person's risk of devel-
oping cancer.
Men and women who want to cut down
on their alcohol consumption, and likely
reduce their risk of developing cancer,
can consider the following tips, courtesy
of the Canadian Cancer Society.
Avoid salty snacks while consuming
alcohol. While those peanuts or pretzels
might make a perfect complement to a
glass of beer, their salt content will only
make you more thirsty, increasing the
chance that you will drink more than is
healthy.
Do more than just drink when going
out. If you're going out for a night on the
town, be sure drinking isn't the focal point
of the night. Do something other than
drink, whether it's dancing, playing pool
or throwing darts, to slow down your
drinking. The more preoccupied you are
with another activity, the less likely you
are to overconsume.
Don't relieve stress with a drink. Al-
cohol should not be used as a means to re-
lieve stress, as alcohol's physical effects
on your body will only exacerbate the ef-
fects of stress. Relieve stress in more pos-
itive ways, whether through exercise or
another activity that has a calming effect.
Keep track of your drinking habits.
Monitoring your drinking habits can give
you a better picture of how much alcohol
you consume on a regular basis. Knowing
how much you're consuming and the po-
tentially dangerous side effects of over-
consumption can be a motivating factor to
cut back.
More information on alcohol and its
link to cancer is available at www.ni-
aaa.nih.org.


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Paddle Florida's


Steel Bridge and Southland Bands will rock


fall Suwannee River the Music Hall Oct. 4-5 at The SOS Music Park


Wilderness Trail

paddle begins

Oct. 12 at SOSMP
More than 200 paddlers are expected to
canoe down the Suwannee River some
73 miles during the 6-day adventure
where they will commune with nature

SPIRIT OF THE SUWANNEE MUSIC PARK,
LIVE OAK, Fla. Paddle Florida's Suwannee River
Wilderness Trail fall paddle will be held Oct. 12-17
with paddlers gathering at The Spirit of the Suwan-
nee Music Park (SOSMP) Oct. 12 and launching the
next morning on the famous Suwannee River.
Paddlers will be joined for dinner in the Music
Hall by Suwannee River Water Management District
executive director Ann Shortelle who will talk to the
group about water issues. The group of paddlers
will celebrate Florida's version of autumn on its most
famous river! From the Spirit of the Suwannee Mu-
sic Park & Campground (one of America's most
beautiful music and camping venues) to Branford,
this trip spans 65 miles of the scenic Suwannee Riv-
er Wilderness Trail.
More than 200 people are expected to gather at the
SOSMP Oct. 12 to enjoy an evening of dinner, infor-
mation about what SRWMD is doing to help protect
waterways in North Florida and then will prepare to
launch their canoes Sunday morning between 8:30 -
9 a.m. from Suwannee Canoe Outpost at the SOSMP.
People of all ages and experience in canoeing will
come together to enjoy nature, one of America's
most famous waterways and time to reflect.
PADDLE FLORIDA, INC. is a not-for-profit
501(c)(3) corporation and is organized and shall be
operated exclusively for charitable or educational
purposes. For more information about Paddle Flori-
da, go to www.paddleflorida.org/.
Nightly entertainment and educational programs
will feature the toe-tapping tunes of Big Cypress
Bluegrass, springs advocate Annette Long, 'Stur-
geon General' Ken Sulak with the U.S. Geological
Survey and a documentary presentation by the Flori-
da Wildlife Corridor project, according to Bill
Richardson, executive director of Paddle Florida.
On Day 2, the paddlers will travel the approximate
7.5 miles to Holton Creek River Camp, a series of
hubs, cabins and river camps that comprise the
Suwannee River Wilderness Trail. After enjoying
lunch, the group will finish their day's paddle, arriv-
ing at Suwannee River State Park after a 21-mile
paddle. Day 3 The group will travel from Suwan-
nee River State Park to Dowling Park River Camp
some 14 miles down river. Activities will be planned
for each night. Day 4 The group paddles to
Lafayette Blue Springs State Park 11 miles down-
stream where they will enjoy lunch and dinner,
spending the night at this site. Day 5 The group
leaves for Adams Tract River Camp 18 miles down
river with a rest stop at Peacock Slough River Camp.
Each of the river camps along the Suwannee River
Wilderness Trail features five screened sleeping plat-
forms with electricity and ceiling fans, restrooms
and showers and primitive camping sites for tents.
Each sleeping platform accommodates 6-8 people.
On this day paddlers will see the river begin to
widen a bit as they make their way down this world-
class waterway. Day 6 Paddlers head to Ivey
Memorial Park in Branford, just 13 miles away with
a rest stop at Little River Springs. This site is popular
with cave and cavern divers. The spring is the en-
trance to a cave system more than 1,200 feet long and
100 feet deep. After visiting this picturesque loca-
tion, the final five miles will be a breeze. On the way,
paddlers will also pass Royal Spring, Troy Springs
and Ruth Springs before this wonderful paddling
trip ends with a barbeque at the Shrine Club in Bran-
ford.
This annual event begins at the SOSMP where
paddlers can enjoy the beautiful music park and
campground, music in the Music Hall, good food
and have the opportunity to meet new friends, greet
old friends they've met over the years on this great
Suwannee River paddle and enjoy all the amenities
of the SOSMP.
If you would like to make reservations for RV
parking, cabins, primitive camping or camper park-
ing for the SOSMP or to purchase tickets for upcom-
ing events, call 386-364-1683, email spirit@musi-
cliveshere.com or go towww.musicliveshere.com.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is located
at 3076 95th Drive, Live Oak, Fla, 4.5 miles south of
Interstate 75 and 4.5 miles north of Interstate 10 off
US 129. Keep an eye out for the SOSMP sign and
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make sure you check out this musical weekend on
the banks of the famous Suwannee River
Talk about a great band weekend! Wow! Steel
Bridge Band and Southland Band will create a Flori-
da/Georgia musical weekend Oct. 4-5 at The Spirit of
the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak with
great country, southern rock and more for fans lis-
tening or dancing enjoyment.
Steel Bridge Band of North Florida will open this
great weekend Friday, Oct. 4, in the Music Hall be-
ginning at the new time of 9 p.m. until. Steel Bridge
began in 1995 when Jamey King and his friend Ryan
Fulford began learning music. In 1996, Jamey began
taking music lessons from the late great Pee Wee
Melton, leading to forming a band with another of
Melton's students, now Mercury Recording artist
Easton Corbin. This band lasted until both guys
headed to college. These days, Jamey has put togeth-
er another fantastic band of seasoned musicians. In
2011, Steel Bridge, playing night clubs and bars
throughout Florida, made its national debut at the
Suwannee River Jam at the SOSMP, opening the
show for LoCash Cowboys, Kellie Pickler and head-
liner Gary Allan. Steel Bridge traveled to Nashville
the next month and played at the Ryman Conference
Center at the Gaylord Hotel for the National
Dredger's Association, played shows at Jesse Zane's
Nashville Nights and back home opened for Easton
Corbin at Florida Gateway College. This year Steel
Bridge played the 2013 Suwannee River Jam. You do
not want to miss this great band.
Southland Band will hold down the Saturday night
spot in the Music Hall beginning at 9 p.m. This hard-
hitting, seasoned country, Southern rock band from
Moultrie, Georgia is the inspiration of
musician/singer Drew Kelly. Recent competitors in
the Texaco Country Showdown competition at the
SOSMP, Southland got huge approval from the audi-
ence and the other contestants. The SOSMP is proud
to bring Southland back once again to shake the
rafters in the Music Hall and encourage some great
dancing and listening opportunities. Get those danc-
ing shoes ready, you can't remain in your seat for


long with this band's strong country and Southern
rock music.
Doors to the Music Hall open at 6 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, music begins at the new time of 9 p.m. un-
til. Come early and enjoy a delicious meal as the SOS
Cafe and Restaurant is always open during events
ready to satisfy customers. The Music Hall also has a
full-service bar. Free admission to the Music Hall.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is located
at 3076 95th Drive, Live Oak.


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Jasper First United Methodist Church to host Second Sunday Sing

Jasper First United Quartet for over 40 described the distinction sional singing career, year, McGuyrt feels the changes," said McGuyrt.
Methodist Church will years, and Harold Bow- of the Georgians being Yet, with Marilyn's time is right to step away "However, I've heard it
be hosting their Second man, bass singer. It was named Male Quartet of passing after battling from the Georgians. often said that a minister
Sunday Sing on Sunday, an exciting time when the Year as being the cancer for many years, "As time goes on and never fully retires. But,
Oct. 13 at 11 a.m.featur- my dad bought us our greatest achievement of and Calvin marrying at 76 years of age, we ex- of course at some age
ing the Georgians. This first Palm Beach light his 50-plus-year profes- Lavina on Aug. 4 of last perience that life you can't be as active."
will be Calvin McGyrt's blue suits."
farewell performance In 1962, the Georgians


with the group. After 63
years of singing,
McGuyrt feels the time is
right to step away from
the Georgians.
"After much prayer
and thought, I feel the
time has come not to be
an active part of the
Georgians; I have been
serving the Lord 63
years in the ministry of
gospel music, both on
church staff and the
Georgians. It has been a
joyful and rewarding ex-
perience and I have total
peace with this deci-
sion."
McGuyrt isn't quitting
all together. He will still
sing the occasional
scheduled concert with
the group, which will
continue, likely as the
New Georgians via the
other members. He will
continue writing songs
as inspiration leads him,
just not the on-demand
writing of the past dozen
years for the annual
Georgian CD's. McGuyrt
felt called to write a new
song about Job's biblical
sufferings and how they
compare with the tribu-
lations we face in our
lives.
"I vividly remember at
the age of 12 singing in
my first quartet, the
Stamps Melody Quartet,
as the tenor before my
voice changed,"
McGuyrt notes. "Besides
my dad and me, other
members were A.B. Tay-
lor, his son Little Jimmy,
who was with the Rebels


signed with Songs of
Faith in Nashville,
Tenn., joining gospel
names such as The Se-
gos, Wendy Bagwell and
The Sunlighters and The
Florida Boys. The Geor-
gians recorded albums
and toured.
Upon his father's re-
tirement from the group,
Calvin McGuyrt became
its leader.
Calvin left full-time
touring for awhile, be-
came a minister of mu-
sic, led a 70-member
church choir, raised a
family with first wife
Marilyn, but he never
forgot the Georgians and
his days of touring and
singing.
In 2002, McGuyrt felt
compelled to revive the
Georgians. In the decade
since, the group has
recorded about one CD
per year, embracing var-
ious musical genres for
their songs of faith.
The group has earned
many distinctions for its
original music and dy-
namic performances, in-
cluding being named
last year as the South-
eastern Southern Gospel
Music Conference's
Male Quartet of the
Year. The Valdosta-
based group won this
top honor from gospel
groups from eight south-
ern states, including
Georgia, Florida, South
Carolina, North Caroli-
na, Mississippi, Alaba-
ma, Tennessee and
Louisiana. McGuyrt has


Hamilton Countywide


Sisterhood Meeting

Harvest Fellowship Church

Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013 at 7 p.m.
Submitted
All ladies of the county are invited to attend the
Countywide Sisterhood
meeting to be held at Harvest Fellowship Church
on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013
at 7 p.m. The church is located on U.S. 129 South
(with a red flashing
sign) across from Hamilton County High School.
Please bring your favorite
salad or dessert and join us for a wonderful time of
fellowship and
inspiration.
The guest speaker will be Angie Land, Jasper
News weekly column writer "Heart Matters".
Note: They are requesting this be placed in the
FIRST SECTION of the Jasper
News with a border. "We would like it to stand
out as much as possible!"



White Springs First Baptist Church


115th Homecoming

White Springs First Baptist Church will be cel-
ebrating its 115th Homecoming on Sunday, Oct.
13 with guest speaker Dr. Fritz Fountain. Ser-
vices will begin at 10:30 a.m. with a covered dish
lunch to follow. Looking forward to a good fel-
lowship.




Rural Folklife Days

coming Oct. 30-Nov. 1

By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com


Come experience old Florida traditions at Stephen
Foster Folk Culture Center State Park at the annual
Rural Folk Life Days on Oct. 30-Nov. 1.
As in years past, Rural Folklife Days at the park
will feature demonstrators who will be showcasing
Florida traditions of yesterday and today during a
three-day event to celebrate the region's rural past
with hands-on learning activities.
There is much to experience. Visitors can taste jel-
lies and sugar cane, play traditional games, churn
butter, sing songs, hear storytelling, quilt on a frame,
assist a blacksmith, learn about lye soap, watch
demonstrations of old-fashioned cane grinding, and
learn how to fish.
Rural Folklife Days is a long-standing tradition at
the park and for decades students have participated
in field trips to Stephen Foster Park to experience
this event. Schools are encouraged to attend and
don't forget to pre-register.
Everyone is welcome. Admission is $5 per per-
son. For more information, please call toll free 1-877-
635-3655.


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Jasper Legals
LEGAL NOTICE

COLUMBIA, HAMILTON AND
SUWANNEE TRANSPORTATION DIS-
ADVANTAGED COORDINATING
BOARD MEETING

The North Central Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council announces a public meeting
to which all persons are invited

DATE AND TIME October 23, 2013 at
10:00 a.m.

PLACE Tourism and Economic Devel-
opment Conference Room, Hamilton
County Courthouse Annex located at
1153 US Hwy 41 NW, Jasper, Florida
32052.

GENERAL SUBJECT MATTER TO BE
CONSIDERED To conduct the regular
business of the Columbia, Hamilton
and Suwannee Transportation Disad-
vantaged Coordinating Board.

A copy of the agenda may be obtained by
contacting North Central Florida Region-
al Planning Council, 2009 NW 67th Place,
Gainesville, Florida 32653-1603

Pursuant to the provisions of the Americ-
ans with Disabilities Act, any person re-
quiring special accommodations to parti-
cipate in this meeting is asked to advise
the agency at least 2 business days be-
fore the meeting by contacting
352.955.2200 If you are hearing or
speech impaired, please contact the
agency using the Florida Relay Service,
1 800 955 8771 (TDD) or 1 800
955 8770 (Voice)

If any person decides to appeal any de-
cision made by the Board with respect to
any matter considered at the meeting,
he/she will need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence from which the appeal is to be
issued
10/03

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 13-000189-CA

NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC D/B/A
CHAMPION MORTGAGE COMPANY,
Plaintiff,

vs.

JEFF BASS; WANDA YATES; JIMMY
BASS; FRED BASS; et al.,
Defendant(s).

AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: Wanda Yates and Unknown
Spouse of Wanda Yates
Last Known Residence 4065 Eola Ave
Titusville, FL 32796

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the fol-
lowing property in Hamilton County, Flor-
ida

THE WEST 319.54 FEET OF THE
SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4
OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 17, AND PART OF THE NORTH-
EAST 1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 16 EAST, HAMILTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, COM-
MENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SOUTH 1/2 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE SOUTHW-
EST 1/4, THENCE RUN SOUTH 88 DE-
GREES 16'05" WEST ALONG THE
SOUTH LINE OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4
OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION
18, A DISTANCE OF 15.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES
56'20" WEST, A DISTANCE OF 666.11
FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 87 DE-
GREES 36'41" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
319.54 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 02
DEGREES 13'45" EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 666.02 FEET TO THE SOUTH LINE
OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 87 DEGREES 36'11" WEST
ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE, A DIS-
TANCE OF 319.54 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on ALDRIDGE
CONNORS, LLP, Plaintiff's attorney, at
7000 West Palmetto Park Road, Suite
307, Boca Raton, FL 33433 (Phone Num-
ber (561) 392-6391), within 30 days of
the first date of publication of this notice,
and file the original with the clerk of this
court either before November 3, 2013 on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately there-
after, otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition

Dated on September 23, 2013

(Court Seal) GREG GODWIN
As Clerk of the Court

By /s/ Knristy Morgan
As Deputy Clerk
10/03, 10


Jasper Legals
NOTICE OF SECOND PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A FUTURE
LAND USE MAP AMENDMENT TO
THE HAMILTON COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF HAMILTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuant to Sections 163 3161
through 163 3215, Florida Statutes, as
amended, and the Hamilton County Com-
prehensive Plan, as amended, herein-
after referred to as the Comprehensive
Plan, objections, recommendations and
comments concerning the amendment, as
described below, will be heard by the
Board of County Commissioners of
Hamilton County, Florida, at a second
and final public hearing on October 15,
2013 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter can be heard, in the County
Commission Meeting Room, County
Courthouse located at 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida

CPA13-01, an application by G W
Hunter, Inc to amend the Future Land
Use Map of the Hamilton County Compre-
hensive Plan by changing the future land
use classification from Agriculture-5 to
Commercial on the Property described as
follows

COMMENCE at the Southwest corner of
Section 8, Township 1 North, 14 East,
Hamilton County, Florida and run N 89
degrees 14'31" E along the South line of
said Section 8 a distance of 1280 56 feet
to the Southwest corner of a parcel of
land referred to as "Tract Three" and re-
corded in 0 R Book 460, Pages 5-12 of
the Public Records of Hamilton County,
Florida, thence N 10 degrees 2511" E
along the Westerly line of said "Tract
Three" a distance of 2331 94 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, thence N 39 de-
grees 31'49" E still along the Westerly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
266 92 feet to a point on the Southwest-
erly Right-of-Way line of U S Highway
No 41, thence S 50 degrees 24'04" E
along said Southwesterly Right-of-Way
line 413 01 feet to the Northeast corner of
herein mentioned "Tract Three", thence S
10 degrees 2511" W along the Easterly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
305 72 feet, thence N 50 degrees 24'04"
W parallel to the Southwesterly Right-of-
Way line of U S Highway No 41 a dis-
tance of 561 74 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING Containing 2 99 acres, more or
less

The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no future notice
concerning the matter will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six cal-
endar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing

At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear to be heard
with respect to the amendment

Copies of the amendment are available
for public inspection at the Office of the
Land Use Administrator, located at 204
Northeast First Street, Suite B, Jasper,
Florida, during regular business hours

All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearing, they will
need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based
10/03
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW PURSUANT TO SECTION 865.09,
FLORIDA STATUTES

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of Sukkel's
Iron Works, located at 11704SE US Hwy
41 in the County of Hamilton, in the City
of White Springs, Florida 32096 intends to
register the said name with the Division of
Corporations of the Florida Department of
State, Tallahassee, Florida

Dated at Live Oak, Florida, this 30th day
of September, 2013

Owner's name Mark P Sukkel
10/03
NOTICE OF SECOND PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A ZONING
ATLAS AMENDMENT TO THE
HAMILTON COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF HAMILTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuant to Sections 163 3161
through 163 3215, Florida Statutes, as
amended, and the Hamilton County Land
Development Regulations, as amended,
hereinafter referred to as the Land Devel-
opment Regulations, objections, recom-
mendations and comments concerning
the amendment, as described below, will
be heard by the Board of County Com-
missioners of Hamilton County, Florida, at
a second and final public hearing on Oc-
tober 15, 2013 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard, in


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the County Commission Meeting Room,
County Courthouse located at 207 North-
east First Street, Jasper, Florida

LDR13-02, an application by G W
Hunter, Inc, to amend the Official Zoning
Atlas of the Hamilton County Land Devel-
opment Regulations by changing the
zoning classification from Agriculture-5
(A5) to Commercial Intensive (Cl) on the
Property described as follows

COMMENCE at the Southwest corner of
Section 8, Township 1 North, 14 East,
Hamilton County, Florida and run N 89
degrees 14'31" E along the South line of
said Section 8 a distance of 1280 56 feet
to the Southwest corner of a parcel of
land referred to as "Tract Three" and re-
corded in 0 R Book 460, Pages 5-12 of
the Public Records of Hamilton County,
Florida, thence N 10 degrees 2511" E
along the Westerly line of said "Tract
Three" a distance of 2331 94 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, thence N 39 de-
grees 31'49" E still along the Westerly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
266 92 feet to a point on the Southwest-
erly Right-of-Way line of U S Highway
No 41, thence S 50 degrees 24'04" E
along said Southwesterly Right-of-Way
line 413 01 feet to the Northeast corner of
herein mentioned "Tract Three", thence S
10 degrees 2511" W along the Easterly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
305 72 feet, thence N 50 degrees 24'04"
W parallel to the Southwesterly Right-of-
Way line of U S Highway No 41 a dis-
tance of 561 74 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING Containing 2 99 acres, more or
less

The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no future notice
concerning the matter will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six cal-
endar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing

At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear to be heard
with respect to the amendment

Copies of the amendment are available
for public inspection at the Office of the
Land Use Administrator, located at 204
Northeast First Street, Suite B, Jasper,
Florida, during regular business hours

All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearing, they will
need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based
10/03
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO.: 2013-CA-115

FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK

Plaintiff,

vs.

RANCE BRADY; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF RANCE BRADY; NYNA
BRADY; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
NYNA BRADY; AND AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; TENANT #1, TENANT #2,
TENANT #3, TENANT #4 the names be-
ing fictitious to account for parties in
possession

Defendants,

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO RANCE BRADY, NYNA BRADY and
their unknown spouses, if any, and any
and all unknown parties claiming by,
through, under, and against the herein
named defendants) who are not known
to be dead or alive, whether said un-
known parties may claim an interest as
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees or oth-
er claimants

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following
described property

All that tract or parcel of land situate, ly-
ing and being in Section 22, Township 2
North, Range 12 East, Hamilton County,
Florida and being more particularly de-
scribed as follows

As a point of reference only commence at
the Southwest corner of Section 22,
Township 2 North, Range 12 East and
from said Point of Reference run North 00
degrees, 34 minutes, 13 seconds East,
1115 27 feet to a point on the North
Right-of-Way of County Road 152, thence
run along the said Right-of-Way of County
Road 152, South 82 degrees, 08 minutes,
22 seconds East, 1004 66 feet to a point,


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thence run South 07 degrees, 51 minutes,
38 seconds West, 80 00 feet to an iron
pin on the South Right-of-Way of County
Road 152 and the Point of Beginning,
thence run from said Point of Beginning
South 82 degrees, 08 minutes, 22
seconds East 173 87 feet to an iron pin,
thence run South 00 degrees, 13 minutes,
45 seconds West, 507 93 feet to an iron
pin, thence run North 82 degrees, 54
minutes, 30 seconds West, 171 15 feet to
an iron pin, thence run North 00 degrees,
02 minutes, 21 seconds West, 510 51
feet to the aforesaid Point of Beginning

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Branden Srick-
land, Strickland Law Firm, PL, 3132
Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL
33134, within thirty days after the first
publication of this notice and file the ori-
ginal wil the Clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint

WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court this 13th day of September, 2013

(Court Seal) GREG GODWIN
As Clerk of the Circuit Court

By /s/Cynthia Johnson
As Deputy Clerk

10/03, 10
NOTICE OF SECOND PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION AS PROVIDED FOR IN
THE HAMILTON COUNTY LAND DE-
VELOPMENT REGULATIONS

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF HAMILTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuant to Sections 163 3161
through 163 3215, Florida Statutes, as
amended, and the Hamilton County Land
Development Regulations, as amended,
hereinafter referred to as the Land Devel-
opment Regulations, objections, recom-
mendations and comments concerning
the Special Exception, as described be-
low, will be heard by the Board of County
Commissioners of Hamilton County, Flor-
ida, at a second and final public hearing
on October 15, 2013 at 6:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the County Commission Meet-
ing Room, County Courthouse located at
207 Northeast First Street, Jasper, Flor-
ida

SE 13-04, a petition by G W Hunter, Inc,
requesting a special exception be gran-
ted as provided for in Section 4 14 5 of
the Land Development Regulations to al-
low for an Automotive or Self Service Sta-
tion in a COMMERCIAL INTENSIVE (Cl)
zoning district submitted as part of a peti-
tion filed on September 5, 2013, on the
property described as follows

COMMENCE at the Southwest corner of
Section 8, Township 1 North, 14 East,
Hamilton County, Florida and run N 89
degrees 14'31" E along the South line of
said Section 8 a distance of 1280 56 feet
to the Southwest corner of a parcel of
land referred to as "Tract Three" and re-
corded in 0 R Book 460, Pages 5-12 of
the Public Records of Hamilton County,
Florida, thence N 10 degrees 2511" E
along the Westerly line of said "Tract
Three" a distance of 2331 94 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, thence N 39 de-
grees 31'49" E still along the Westerly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
266 92 feet to a point on the Southwest-
erly Right-of-Way line of U S Highway
No 41, thence S 50 degrees 24'04" E
along said Southwesterly Right-of-Way
line 413 01 feet to the Northeast corner of
herein mentioned "Tract Three", thence S
10 degrees 2511" W along the Easterly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
305 72 feet, thence N 50 degrees 24'04"
W parallel to the Southwesterly Right-of-
Way line of U S Highway No 41 a dis-
tance of 561 74 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING Containing 2 99 acres, more or
less

The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no future notice
concerning the matter will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six cal-
endar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing

At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear to be heard
with respect to the amendment

Copies of the petition for special excep-
tion are available for public inspection at
the Office of the Land Use Administrator,
located at 204 Northeast First Street,
Jasper, Florida, during regular business
hours

All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearing, they will
need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based
10/03


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Commissioners at odds over employee raises


Continued From Page 1A

is valuable," she said.
As a comparison, Burnam noted hypothetical fig-
ures to get her point across by using annual figures
of $20,000 for an hourly employee and $40,000 for a
department head. The initial difference between
these two salaries, she explained, is 50 percent. If the
current practice of doling out equal raises to each
employee continues, by the second year the hourly
employee would be making $20,800 and the depart-
ment head would be making $40,800.
At year 10, the gap begins to tighten with the
hourly worker making 58 percent of what his or her
department head is making. Fast forward to the 20
year mark and the gap closes further to 64 percent.
"By giving all employees the same amount of
$800, employees with lower salaries are gaining each
year on those who make more," she wrote on her
handout.
Burnam's argument is that there are many in-
equities in this process of giving raises. Factors not
considered, she said, are length of service, responsi-
bilities, capabilities, required certification/licen-
sure/degree, and an annual evaluation of work eth-
ic, efficacy, promptness and absenteeism.
She added that many employees at the upper end
of the pay scale are working hard to get their "high
five" years to enhance their retirement benefits as
much as possible. Worker morale, she added, is not
as good as it should be because regardless of excel-
lent work ethics, employees know their raises will be
the same as everyone else every year.
Burnam said most companies and corporations
give raises based on an employee's evaluation and
other factors as listed above, and are not routinely
given as across the board lump sum figures. With
the county, she said, employee evaluations that de-
partment heads are doing are not even being con-
sidered when the $800 raises are given out.
"It's going to be another year before we work on
this," Burnam told the commissioners. "I would en-
courage all of you to talk to other people. See how
other counties do it...private businesses...see how
they do it and we might be able to come up with a
way to be more equitable to everybody."
Commissioner Buster Oxendine said he has been
on the board for five years and for the last three
years they have done their raises the same way.
"I can assure you I got more thank you's in the last
two years than I ever got in those three before from
doing it this way," said Oxendine. "My feeling is


that the man making $20,000, he's buying the same
gallon of gas and the same loaf of bread as the man
making $40,000. The man making $40,000, he's hav-
ing just a little bit better time buying it than the man
making $20,000. The way I look at it, I'm treating
them all fair and equal and on a level playing field
by giving them the same dollar amount."
Oxendine continued, saying that the higher paid
employee, if he got a larger raise than the lower paid
employee every year, the gap between the two over
the years would increase dramatically with the high-
er paid employee making much more than the ones
below him.
"Burnam countered saying, "Stop and think why a
person gets to be at the top. They've either gone and
gotten licensing, certification, degrees, they've put
the time in with the county, they've been responsible
workers, and they've learned what they needed to
learn. A person who is a good, dependable person is
not going to stay at the lower end of the pay scale
year after year after year."
It was noted that the minimum wage for a county
employee is currently $9 an hour. Commissioner
Josh Smith said a few years back they raised it to $9
because the federal minimum wage, they thought,
was too low.
Burnam reiterated that she thinks it is unfair that a
department head gets a two percent raise while an
hourly employee working for him gets a four per-
cent raise under the current policy.
Commission Chair Randy Ogburn echoed Oxen-
dine's comment that he has never had a county em-
ployee, even a department head complain they are
dissatisfied with their raises.
"They've been grateful," said Ogburn. "All
they've told me is thank you."
Oxendine told Burnam if she were to call other
counties she would find that they have not given
any raises for the last six years.
Burnam said she has talked with some Hamilton
County employees and they told her they were both-
ered with the way the raises have been given out.
"However, they're not going to say anything,"
Burnam said. "They're not going to rock the boat
with it because they don't want any hard feelings.
They're just going to show up and do their jobs."
"If they don't like the way it's being done, they
need to come up here and tell me and I'll tell them to
hunt a job somewhere else," said Oxendine. "And
I'll state that on the record."
Burnam again asked the board to think about giv-
ing raises in a different way than just rewarding


everybody with the same amount.
Ogburn said he doesn't want anyone to think that
the county does not appreciate all of their employees
and the work that they do. The recent raises the
county approved, he said, were to help the people on
the bottom end who are struggling.
"You stated your feelings," Ogburn said to Bur-
nam. "I want you to understand mine."
Burnam said she understood what Ogburn and the
other board members said, but she still wants the
board to reconsider the process when it comes up
again next year.
It was also noted that this year there was a 9.5 per-
cent increase in health insurance, as well as an in-
crease in what the county has to pay for employee
retirement benefits. Those extra expenses, Oxendine
said, were not passed along to the employees. The
county picked them up.
"Plus they're getting a flat fee of $800 per employ-
ee in a pay raise," said Oxendine.



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found that the highest rate of breast cancer
reduction was among a group of women who ate a
low-fat diet.
* Reduce alcohol consumption. Various studies
have indicated that women who drink alcoholic
beverages may develop cancer at a higher rate.
Women who consume two to five drinks daily
have a greater risk of developing breast cancer
than those who abstain from alcohol.
* Weigh the risks of hormone replacement therapy.
There are mixed reviews on hormone replacement
therapy, or HRT, for postmenopausal women.
There may be a link
between long-term HRT
and breast cancer,
particularly when
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progesterone are used in
combination. Some
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Use of SERMs and
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risk of breast cancer may benefit from taking a
SERM or aromatase inhibitor.
SIncrease fruit and vegetable consumption.
Carotenoids are cancer-protective pigments found
in a vast number of fruits and vegetables.
Researchers at New York University found women
who had higher blood carotenoid levels had a
significantly smaller risk of breast cancer than
women with lower levels.
Go sparingly on antibiotics. Only take antibiotics
when they are truly needed. New evidence
suggests that the more often a woman takes
antibiotics, the higher her breast cancer risk. A
study of more than 10,000 women found that
women who took antibiotics for the equivalent of
about 25 prescriptions over an average of 17 years
where twice as likely to develop breast cancer than
women who never took the drugs.
Breastfeed your children. Lactation can suppress
ovulation and the body's production of estrogen,
which has been linked to higher levels of breast
cancer. Breastfeeding may drop a woman's breast
cancer risk by 4 percent.

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number of different ways women can reduce their
risks for breast cancer.
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First 2014 Suwannee River Jam audition yields 3 winners


Submitted
The first Suwannee River Jam 2014 audi-
tion is now history and three talented coun-
try artists have been chosen. Chosen were
Joe Martino of Lake City, Jasmine Horton of
Lake City and Savanna Bassett of Jack-
sonville. These three along with winners in
upcoming competitions will compete in the
Jam finals at The Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak in April
of 2014 for the chance to perform at the
largest country music Jam in the South, the
Suwannee River Jam April 30 May 3, 2014.
The first audition was held in Lake City,
Fla at the Smokin' Pig BBQ Festival Sept. 21
at the Lake City Fairgrounds under the aus-
pices of the talented Steve Briscoe, owner of
1st Street Music and Sound Company in
Lake City and a music/artist promoter who
oversees the Jam auditions, the Amphithe-
atre stage at the SOSMP during the Jam
where he also books talent for that stage
during the Jam. A dozen or so artists signed
up to compete to further their careers in
country music. After choosing three final-
ists, a wildcard artist was also announced.
Savannah Ward of O'Brien will fill that spot
in the event a decision is made to add a
contestant to the competition at a later date.
You may apply for future Jam audition
contests as they become available by going
to 1st Street Music and Sound Company's
website at www.firststreetmusic.com, visit
them at 950 SW Main Blvd. in Lake City,
call 386-755-2060 or fax 386-755-2990. The
first audition was for singles and duets
only. Bands will compete in other upcom-
ing auditions, all which will be announced
on the 1st Street Music and Sound Compa-
ny's website and the SOSMP's website.
Check out the Suwannee River Jam Face-
book page, click "Like" and you can keep
up with everything going on with the Jam!
For more info on the SOSMP, please go to
www.musicliveshere.com, email spirit@mu-
sicliveshere.com or call the Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) at 386-364-
1683.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is
located at 3076 95th Drive, Live Oak.


FL


First Jam audition 9 21 2013 for 2014 winners Ito r Joe Martino, Jasmine Horton,
nah Ward. Courtesy photo


Savanna Bassett and wildcard winner Savan-


Relay for Life kickoff party set for OCLt. 10
By Joyce Marie Taylor food, fun, prizes, theme voting and team sign-ups.
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com Team captains registered in advance or at the kickoff
will receive a gift.
The Women's Club of Jasper invites everyone to come Make plans today to attend the event and show your
out and support this year's Relay for Life with a kickoff support for local cancer survivors. Please R.S.V.P. to
party on Thursday, Oct. 10. Barbara Butler at 386-855-1252 or send her an e-mail at
The event will be held at the Women's Club at 403 6th dbcl@windstream.net. You can also register online at
Avenue in Jasper from 6-7 p.m. on Oct. 10. There will be www.relayforlife.org/HamiltonFL.


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B 0 0 9 ? 3 0 ) 2 : A 0 = 9 8 0 9 ? 9 / 7 : = 4 / 7 : > @ = 0 > 8 D 4 9 7 @ / 0 A 4 > 4 ? : = 0 9 ? 0 = > 9 / 2 ? 0 > : 9 7 7 . 0 > > ; : 4 9 ? > ( : 0 > @ = 0 : 9 > @ 7 ? 1 0 / 0 = 7 ; = 6 B 0 > 4 ? 0 > 7 : = 4 / 4 > 3 9 / + 4 7 / 7 4 1 0 : 9 > 0 = A ? 4 : 9 : 8 8 4 > > 4 : 9 + 8 9 2 0 / 7 9 / > B 4 7 7 = 0 8 4 9 : ; 0 9 + : 1 1 4 0 = > B 4 7 7 > ? 4 7 7 0 : 9 / @ ? D ? 3 = : @ 2 3 : @ ? ? 3 0 > ? ? 0 9 / ? 3 0 + K > + 4 7 / 7 4 1 0 : ? 7 4 9 0 7 0 = ? 4 > 7 B D > A 4 7 7 0 ? r t r f + : = 4 9 1 : = 8 ? 4 : 9 : 9 8 0 9 4 ? 4 0 > > ? 4 7 7 A 4 7 7 0 ? > ? ? 0 B 4 7 / 7 4 1 0 8 9 2 0 8 0 9 ? = 0 > G : ? 3 ? 3 0 : 9 0 > B 3 0 = 0 ? 3 0 + 4 > ? 3 0 7 0 / 9 / 1 : = 7 : ? 4 : 9 > B 3 0 = 0 ? 3 0 + : : ; 0 = ? 4 A 0 7 D 8 9 2 0 > 7 9 / B 4 ? 3 : ? 3 0 = 2 : A 0 = 9 8 0 9 ? 0 9 ? 4 ? 4 0 > G 2 : ? : D + : 8 b 4 0 B 4 9 2 9 / > 0 7 0 ? H + 4 7 / 7 4 1 0 9 2 0 8 0 9 ? = 0 > I f f t b n b t t f f f r r r b f b b b b

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b f b n t f t b n b ( ) r @ / B 7 = < A / @ 3 A B / @ B 7 < 5 B = / > > 3 / @ / < 2 7 B A 3 3 ; A B 6 / B > C ; > 9 7 < A / @ 3 3 D 3 @ G E 6 3 @ 3 t ) 6 3 5 7 / < B > C ; > 9 7 < A @ 3 b ; 7 < 2 ; 3 = 4 ; / < G / 6 / > > G B 7 ; 3 t # G > / @ 3 < B A E 3 @ 3 D 3 @ G 7 ; / 5 7 < / B 7 D 3 / < 2 E = C : 2 6 3 : > ; 3 0 3 1 @ 3 / B 7 D 3 E 7 B 6 ; G / : : = E 3 3 < 1 = A B C ; 3 A t 3 A / : : = E 3 3 < E / A A = ; 3 B 6 7 < 5 A > 3 1 7 / : B = ; 3 / A / 1 6 7 : 2 / < 2 A B 7 : : 3 < 8 = G A 3 3 7 < 5 B 6 3 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < 3 < 8 = G 7 < 5 / : : B 6 3 4 3 A B 7 D 7 B 7 3 A / < 2 B 6 3 B @ 7 1 9 = @ B @ 3 / B 7 < 5 t A > / @ B = 4 B 6 3 A 3 / A = < / : 4 3 A B 7 D 7 b B 7 3 A B 6 = A 3 = 4 G = C E 7 B 6 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < E 7 : : < = B E / < B B = ; 7 A A B 6 3 & C ; > 9 7 < 3 A B / B 7 5 ( 6 = / : A & / @ 9 = < ( / B C @ b 2 / G % 1 B = 0 3 @ f 4 @ = ; J & # t ) 6 3 @ 3 E 7 : : 0 3 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < M A 5 / ; 3 A / 6 / G @ 7 2 3 > C ; > 9 7 < 2 3 1 = @ / B 7 < 5 / < 2 ; = @ 3 ) 6 7 A 3 D 3 < B 0 3 1 = ; 3 A ; = @ 3 > = > C : / @ 3 / 1 6 G 3 / @ 0 3 1 / C A 3 7 B 7 A A = D 3 @ G 3 < 8 = G / 0 : 3 4 = @ 4 / ; 7 : 7 3 A E 7 B 6 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < E 6 = : = D 3 / : : = E 3 3 < t : A = 7 4 G = C E = C : 2 : 7 9 3 B = ; / 9 3 / 2 7 4 4 3 @ 3 < 1 3 7 < / 1 6 7 : 2 M A : 7 4 3 / < 2 6 3 : > = C B E 7 B 6 B 6 7 A 3 D 3 < B B 6 3 @ / < 5 3 @ A / B 7 5 ( 6 = / : A / @ 3 7 < < 3 3 2 = 4 D = : C < B 3 3 @ A t 4 G = C 1 / < 1 = ; 3 = C B / < 2 6 3 : > = @ E = C : 2 : 7 9 3 ; = @ 3 7 < 4 = @ ; / B 7 = < > : 3 / A 3 1 = < B / 1 B 7 b / < 3 ( 7 ; ; = < A / B B 6 3 2 ; 7 < 7 A B @ / B 7 = < = 4 4 7 1 3 / B b r t ) 6 3 6 7 B 3 ( > @ 7 < 5 A < 7 B 3 2 # 3 B 6 = 2 7 A B 6 C @ 1 6 E 7 : : 0 3 6 = A B 7 < 5 B 6 3 7 @ / < < C / : G / @ 2 A / : 3 = < B 6 3 1 6 C @ 1 6 5 @ = C < 2 A / 1 @ = A A B 6 3 A B @ 3 3 B 4 @ = ; B 6 3 6 7 B 3 ( > @ 7 < 5 A & = A B % 4 4 7 1 3 = < ( / B C @ 2 / G % 1 B = 0 3 @ 4 @ = ; # B 7 : : f & # t 6 / D 3 / B B 3 < 2 3 2 B 6 7 A 3 D 3 < B 7 < B 6 3 > / A B / < 2 1 / < B 3 : : G = C 4 @ = ; 3 F > 3 @ 7 3 < 1 3 B 6 / B B 6 = A 3 = 4 G = C E 6 = : 7 9 3 B = : = = 9 4 = @ B @ 3 / A C @ 3 A / < 2 0 / @ 5 / 7 < A E 7 : : < = B E / < B B = ; 7 A A B 6 7 A % C 7 2 / / @ 2 E 7 1 9 / < 2 7 : 2 / = 5 3 @ A / < 2 4 7 D 3 5 @ / < 2 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < @ 3 1 3 < B : G @ 3 B C @ < 3 2 4 @ = ; A > 3 < 2 7 < 5 / E 3 3 9 7 < & / < / ; / 7 B G t ) 6 3 G 6 / 2 / E = < 2 3 @ 4 C : B 7 ; 3 / < 2 > : / < = < 5 = 7 < 5 0 / 1 9 B 6 3 @ 3 / B A = ; 3 B 7 ; 3 7 < B 6 3 4 C B C @ 3 t % C 7 2 / / < 2 7 : 2 / 6 / D 3 / H 3 A B 4 = @ : 7 4 3 / < 2 M ; = @ G 3 / @ A B 6 3 @ 3 A 7 b 2 3 < B A = 4 = C @ / @ 3 / 6 / D 3 3 < 8 = G 3 2 / < / < < C / : = > > = @ B C < 7 B G B = 6 3 / @ B 6 3 > = > C : / @ A = < 5 A = 4 ( B 3 > 6 3 < = A B 3 @ / < 2 = B 6 3 @ 1 : / A A 7 1 / : / < 2 = > 3 @ b / B 7 1 1 = ; > = A 7 B 7 = < A = 4 A C @ 3 B 6 / B 7 B @ C 0 0 3 2 = 4 4 = < B 6 3 9 7 2 A t % C 7 2 / : 7 D 3 A 6 3 @ : 7 4 3 7 < 6 7 B 3 ( > @ 7 < 5 A B = B 6 3 4 C : : 3 A B / < 2 / B B 3 < 2 A B 6 3 6 7 B 3 ( > @ 7 < 5 A 6 C @ 1 6 = 4 = 2 E 6 3 @ 3 A 6 3 3 < 8 = G A 3 D 3 @ 3 < 2 = @ 2 M A > @ 3 / 1 6 7 < 5 / < 2 B 6 3 E = < 2 3 @ 4 C : ; C b A 7 1 t 6 = > 3 B 6 / B G = C : 7 D 3 G = C @ : 7 4 3 7 < 6 7 B 3 ( > @ 7 < 5 A B = B 6 3 4 C : : 3 A B B = = / < 2 6 = > 3 B = A 3 3 G = C = C B / < 2 / 0 = C B 3 < 8 = G 7 < 5 A = ; 3 = 4 B 6 3 E = < 2 3 @ 4 C : 3 D 3 < B A B 6 / B B / 9 3 > : / 1 3 7 < = C @ < 3 1 9 = 4 B 6 3 E = = 2 A t : A = 7 4 G = C 6 / D 3 A = ; 3 7 < 4 = @ ; / B 7 = < B 6 / B G = C E / < B B = A 6 / @ 3 / 0 = C B E 6 / B 7 A 6 / > > 3 < 7 < 5 7 < = C @ / @ 3 / E = C : 2 : = D 3 B = 6 3 / @ 4 @ = ; G = C t f n b t ; 3 @ 7 1 / < ; C A 7 1 > 3 @ 4 = @ ; 3 2 : 7 D 3 / B B 6 3 ( B 3 > 6 3 < = A b B 3 @ = : 9 C : B C @ 3 3 < B 3 @ ( B / B 3 & / @ 9 t ) 6 / B B 7 ; 3 = 4 G 3 / @ 7 A 6 3 @ 3 / 5 / 7 < % < % 1 B = 0 3 @ b B 6 3 @ 2 / < < C / : 3 / < 7 3 ( B 3 > 6 3 < D = 1 / : / C 2 7 B 7 = < A E 7 : : / 5 / 7 < 0 3 A 6 = E 1 / A 3 2 / B B 6 3 ( B 3 > 6 3 < = A B 3 @ # C A 3 C ; t ) 6 3 4 3 A b B 7 D 7 B 7 3 A E 7 : : 0 3 5 7 < @ 7 2 / G 3 D 3 < 7 < 5 % 1 B = 0 3 @ B 6 E 7 B 6 K < D 3 < 7 < 5 E 7 B 6 ( B 3 > 6 3 < / < 2 3 / < 7 3 L / 1 = < 1 3 @ B B 6 / B E 7 : : 6 = < = @ B 6 3 1 = < B 3 A B / < B A / < 2 B 6 3 7 @ 4 / ; 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A + 8 8 / / 9 ? 8 > C > 2 < 9 ? 1 2 7 / 7 / < = 2 3 : + 8 0 ? 8 < + 3 = / < = = ? 2 + = > 2 / < / + > 9 9 5 % + 6 / + 6 6 : < 9 / / = 0 < 9 7 > 2 / = / 0 ? 8 < + 3 = / < = 2 + @ / / / 8 9 8 + > / > 9 / 8 2 + 8 / + 8 : < 9 @ 3 / 0 9 < 6 3 < + < C = / < @ 3 / = b 9 < 7 9 < / / > + 3 6 = + 6 6 / > = C / < 1 7 + 8 # < / = 3 / 8 > 9 0 > 2 / % ? A + 8 8 / / 9 ? 8 > C < 3 / 8 = 9 0 > 2 / 3 < + < C f r f / @ / 8 3 8 1 = b % ? A + 8 8 / / 9 ? 8 > C 3 < + < C f f f n b t r r r b f f n b LEGAL NOT ICE T he Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Board of Directors will hold a meeting for the Executive Committee Members on Thursday, October 17, 2013, 10:00 A.M. at Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Administration Office located at 1171 Nobles Ferry Road NW Live Oak, Florida. 10/03 LEGAL NOT ICE T he Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Board of Directors will hold a meeting for the Executive Committee Members on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 10:00 A.M. at Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Administration Office located at 1171 Nobles Ferry Road NW Live Oak, Florida. 10/03 LEGAL NOT ICE T he Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Board of Directors will hold a meeting for the Nominating Committee Members on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 9:30 A.M. at Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Administration Office located in Live Oak, Florida. 10/03

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A 4 B 4 A E 4 C 7 4 8 A 5 0 < 8 ; H ; 8 = 4 b 7 8 ; 4 C 7 8 B A 4 0 B > = 8 = 6 B 4 4 < B 0 ? ? 0 ; ; 8 = 6 0 = 3 C 7 4 8 1 ; 4 8 = = > F 0 H 2 > = 3 > = 4 B 8 = 2 4 B C A 4 < 4 < 1 4 A C 7 0 C C 7 4 B 4 6 8 A ; B F 4 A 4 A 0 8 B 4 3 8 = ) > 3 > < 0 2 8 C H B > F 8 2 : 4 3 C 7 0 C > 3 3 4 B C A > H 4 3 8 C 1 H 5 8 A 4 b 0 : 4 = > C 4 F 4 2 0 = = > C 7 0 = 6 > D C F 8 C 7 B 8 = 0 = 3 4 G ? 4 2 C C 7 0 C 8 C F 8 ; ; = > C 0 5 5 4 2 C > D A ; 8 E 4 B > A 8 = 5 ; D 4 = 2 4 > D A 2 7 8 ; 3 A 4 = b 7 A > D 6 7 > D C C 7 4 % ; 3 4 B C 0 < 4 = C C 7 4 8 1 ; 4 2 > = C 8 = D 4 B C > < 4 = C 8 > = C 7 4 # > 0 1 8 C 4 ? 4 > ? ; 4 0 = 3 8 = n 8 = 6 B n n n 7 4 < > B 7 8 B = 0 < 4 3 0 B M C 7 4 3 4 C 4 B C 0 1 ; 4 6 > 3 > 5 # > 0 1 b N D A C 7 4 A B C D 3 H 8 = C > 8 = 6 B f A 4 E 4 0 ; B C 7 0 C 7 4 < > B 7 F 0 B F > A B 7 8 ? ? 4 3 F 8 C 7 7 D < 0 = 1 ; > > 3 0 B C 7 4 8 = 6 > 5 # > 0 1 M C > > : 7 8 B 5 8 A B C 1 > A = B > = F 7 > F 0 B C > B D 2 2 4 4 3 7 8 < 0 B : 8 = 6 0 = 3 > 5 5 4 A 4 3 7 8 < 0 B 0 B 0 2 A 8 5 8 2 4 K N 8 = 0 = 0 C C 4 < ? C C > 6 0 8 = E 8 2 C > A H > E 4 A C 7 4 B A 0 4 ; 8 C 4 B 8 = 1 0 C C ; 4 b 0 2 : C > ( D C 7 0 = 3 $ 0 > < 8 K 5 A > < ( D C 7 P B B C 0 C 4 < 4 = C M H > D A ? 4 > ? ; 4 F 8 ; ; 1 4 < H ? 4 > ? ; 4 0 = 3 H > D A > 3 < H > 3 N F 4 2 0 = B D A < 8 B 4 C 7 0 C F 7 8 ; 4 ; 8 E 8 = 6 8 = # > 0 1 $ 0 > < 8 7 0 3 = > C 0 1 0 = 3 > = 4 3 C 7 4 > 3 > 5 B A 0 4 ; 8 = > A 3 4 A C > F > A B 7 8 ? 7 4 < > B 7 C 7 4 6 > 3 > 5 # > 0 1 b $ > 3 > D 1 C ( D C 7 7 0 3 > 1 B 4 A E 4 3 0 = 3 4 G ? 4 A 8 4 = 2 4 3 C 7 4 3 8 5 5 4 A 4 = 2 4 1 4 C F 4 4 = B 4 A E 8 = 6 0 6 > 3 C 7 0 C F > D ; 3 A 4 @ D 8 A 4 H > D A 2 7 8 ; 3 P B ; 8 5 4 0 B 0 B 0 2 A 8 5 8 2 4 0 = 3 F > A B 7 8 ? ? 8 = 6 C 7 4 > 3 > 5 B A 0 4 ; b > 3 7 > = > A B 7 D < 0 = ; 8 5 4 B > < D 2 7 C 7 0 C F 7 4 = C 7 4 3 4 1 C 5 > A > D A B 8 = A 4 @ D 8 A 4 3 3 4 0 C 7 4 F 4 = C C > C 7 4 2 A > B B 8 < B 4 ; 5 C > < 0 : 4 C 7 0 C ? 0 H < 4 = C b B 1 4 ; 8 4 E 4 A B C 7 0 C 6 8 5 C > 5 ; > E 4 A 8 6 7 C ; H 2 7 4 A 8 B 7 4 3 0 = 3 2 4 ; 4 1 A 0 C 4 3 F 8 ; ; = 0 C D A 0 ; ; H 2 A 4 0 C 4 0 3 4 B 8 A 4 0 < > = 6 C 7 > B 4 F 7 > 7 0 E 4 1 4 4 = ; 8 E 8 = 6 8 = M # > 0 1 N C > 4 < 1 A 0 2 4 > D A ? 4 > ? ; 4 0 B C 7 4 8 A B 0 = 3 > D A > 3 0 B C 7 4 8 A > F = # 0 H 8 C 1 4 B > K 4 2 0 D B 4 E 4 A H 4 0 A C # 0 C C 4 A B = 6 8 4 r # % % % # $ $ ( ) & ( # % % ) n # % # % ) $ % # $ % ) % % b % $ % $ $ % ( # $ % $ b $ % & $ $ # # ) # $ # $ b & $ % & $ & $ $ t % % ( % & $ % $ # % $ % ( $ % # % r & f # # $ & $ % % 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 4 8 B 0 ; 4 0 A = 4 A M > = 4 F 7 > 5 > ; ; > F B > = 4 B C 4 0 2 7 8 = 6 b 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 4 8 B = > C > = ; H 0 ? D ? 8 ; 1 D C 0 = 0 3 7 4 A 4 = C 7 4 = 2 4 C 7 4 H 0 A 4 B ? > : 4 = > 5 0 B 8 < 8 C 0 C > A B > 5 C 7 4 8 A C 4 0 2 7 4 A ) 4 4 > 7 = n n n t b A 4 F 4 8 = C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 C 4 0 2 7 8 = 6 ? 4 > ? ; 4 C > 1 4 8 < 8 C 0 C > A B > 5 4 B D B % = 4 > 5 C 7 4 6 A 4 0 C C A 0 6 4 3 8 4 B 8 = C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 C > 3 0 H 8 B 5 0 A C > > < 0 = H 3 > = C : = > F F 7 0 C C 7 4 C 4 0 2 7 8 = 6 > 5 C 7 4 8 1 ; 4 A 4 0 ; ; H 8 B b 7 4 H 3 > = C : = > F 7 > F C 7 4 H 0 A 4 B D ? ? > B 4 C > ; 8 E 4 b 7 4 H B > < 4 7 > F C 7 8 = : > 5 C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 C 7 0 C 8 C 8 B 9 D B C B > < 4 C 7 8 = 6 H > D 3 > b 7 4 H 3 > = C : = > F C 7 4 H = 4 4 3 C > 1 4 C A 0 8 = 4 3 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 4 3 1 4 2 0 D B 4 = > > = 4 C 4 ; ; B C 7 4 < b $ > F > = 3 4 A C 7 4 A 4 0 A 4 B > < 0 = H 2 7 D A 2 7 4 B F 8 C 7 B > < 0 = H ? A > 1 ; 4 < B b 7 4 8 1 ; 4 C 4 0 2 7 4 B D B C 7 0 C F 4 B 7 > D ; 3 1 4 8 = M > = 4 0 2 2 > A 3 N 2 C B n n r b 7 4 8 1 ; 4 B 0 H B C 7 0 C > = C 7 4 3 0 H > 5 & 4 = C 4 2 > B C C 7 0 C C 7 4 D ? ? 4 A A > > < F 0 B 5 8 ; ; 4 3 F 8 C 7 ? 4 > ? ; 4 > 5 M > = 4 0 2 2 > A 3 N b 7 0 C < 4 0 = B 2 > = 2 4 A = 8 = 6 C 7 4 C 7 8 = 6 B > 5 > 3 C 7 4 H 0 ; ; F 4 A 4 > 5 > = 4 < 8 = 3 b C ; 4 0 B C B 8 G < > A 4 C 8 < 4 B 8 = 2 C B 0 ; > = 4 C 7 4 B 0 < 4 ? 7 A 0 B 4 8 B D B 4 3 b ( > < 0 = B n B 0 H B M C 7 0 C H > D < 0 H F 8 C 7 > = 4 < 8 = 3 0 = 3 > = 4 < > D C 7 6 ; > A 8 5 H C 7 4 > 3 0 = 3 0 C 7 4 A > 5 > D A > A 3 4 B D B 7 A 8 B C N b = & 7 8 ; 8 ? ? 8 0 = B 2 7 0 ? C 4 A r & 0 D ; F A > C 4 C > 1 4 B 4 4 2 7 > A 8 < ? ; > A 4 1 4 6 C 7 4 < C > B ? 4 0 : C 7 4 B 0 < 4 C 7 8 = 6 b 0 8 = 4 B ) b > 1 1 8 = B F A > C 4 M F 4 < D B C 5 8 A B C A 4 0 ; 8 I 4 C 7 4 = 4 4 3 5 > A 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 8 = 6 N b 4 B 0 H B M $ > 0 A 6 D < 4 = C 8 B = 4 4 3 4 3 5 > A C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 B C 4 0 2 7 8 = 6 < 8 = 8 B C A H b 7 4 A 4 7 0 B 1 4 4 = ; 4 B B 2 > = E 8 2 C 8 > = 0 B C > 0 2 7 D A 2 7 B C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 < 8 = 8 B C A H N b # 0 = H 2 7 D A 2 7 4 B 7 0 E 4 ; > B C C 7 4 E 8 B 8 > = 5 > A 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 4 B 7 8 ? 2 ; 0 B B 4 B > = ) D = 3 0 H 4 E 4 = 8 = 6 b 4 < D B C A 4 0 ; 8 I 4 C 7 4 C A 4 < 4 = 3 > D B = 4 4 3 5 > A C 7 8 B C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 b # 0 = H 7 A 8 B C 8 0 = B 2 > < 8 = 6 8 = C > C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 7 0 E 4 E 4 A H E 0 6 D 4 = > C 8 > = B > 5 C 7 4 8 A > 1 ; 8 6 0 C 8 > = B 0 = 3 ? A 8 E 8 ; 4 6 4 B b 7 4 H 7 0 E 4 0 2 2 4 ? C 4 3 7 A 8 B C 0 B ) 0 E 8 > A 0 = 3 7 0 E 4 1 4 4 = 1 0 ? C 8 I 4 3 8 = > 1 4 3 8 4 = 2 4 C > 8 B 2 > < < 0 = 3 1 D C C 7 4 H 2 0 = B 2 0 A 2 4 ; H 1 4 4 G ? 4 2 C 4 3 C > : = > F 7 > F C > ; 8 E 4 C 7 4 7 A 8 B C 8 0 = ; 8 5 4 0 = 3 C > 1 4 2 > < 4 4 5 5 8 2 8 4 = C 2 7 D A 2 7 < 4 < 1 4 A B b 7 4 ; > B B > 5 ; 8 5 4 > ? ? > A C D = 8 C 8 4 B A 4 ? A 4 B 4 = C 4 3 1 H C 7 4 < D ; C 8 C D 3 4 B > 5 D B 4 ; 4 B B 7 A 8 B C 8 0 = B F 7 > B 4 = 0 < 4 B 0 A 4 > = 2 7 D A 2 7 A > ; ; B 8 B C A 0 6 8 2 1 4 H > = 3 < 4 0 B D A 4 b > = 2 4 8 E 0 1 ; H 4 E 4 A H > = 4 > 5 C 7 4 B 4 8 = 0 2 C 8 E 4 0 = 3 > 5 C 4 = 1 0 2 : B ; 8 3 3 4 = 2 7 D A 2 7 < 4 < 1 4 A B < 8 6 7 C 7 0 E 4 1 4 4 = 0 5 A D 8 C 1 4 0 A 8 = 6 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 4 8 5 7 4 > A B 7 4 7 0 3 > = ; H A 4 2 4 8 E 4 3 C 7 4 A 8 6 7 C 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 4 B 7 8 ? C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 b 2 2 > A 3 8 = 6 C > C 7 4 A 4 2 > A 3 B 0 3 8 B C A 4 B B 8 = 6 = D < 1 4 A > 5 4 E 0 = 6 4 ; 8 2 0 ; 2 7 D A 2 7 4 B 7 0 E 4 = > 5 > A < 0 ; ? A > 6 A 0 < > 5 2 7 D A 2 7 C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 b 7 4 C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 ? A > 6 A 0 < > 5 5 4 A 4 3 1 H < 0 = H > 5 C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 4 B 8 B > 5 C 4 = @ D 8 C 4 8 = 0 3 4 @ D 0 C 4 b # 0 = H 2 7 D A 2 7 4 B 3 > = > C : = > F 4 G 0 2 C ; H F 7 0 C 8 B 6 > 8 = 6 > = 8 = C 7 4 5 8 4 ; 3 > 5 2 7 D A 2 7 C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 b 2 0 A 4 5 D ; B C D 3 H > 5 C 7 4 5 0 2 C B F > D ; 3 3 > D 1 C ; 4 B B 1 4 1 > C 7 A 4 E 4 0 ; 8 = 6 0 = 3 3 8 B C D A 1 8 = 6 b 0 8 = 4 B ) b > 1 1 8 = B B D 6 6 4 B C B C 7 4 5 > ; ; > F 8 = 6 @ D 4 B C 8 > = B 5 > A 4 E 0 ; D 0 C 8 > = 0 B 0 B C D 3 H > 5 C 7 4 < 4 < 1 4 A B 7 8 ? A > ; ; 1 4 4 = < 0 3 4 C > 0 B 2 4 A C 0 8 = C 7 > B 4 F 7 > 0 A 4 0 E 0 8 ; 0 1 ; 4 5 > A C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 0 B 0 ? 8 2 C D A 4 > 5 C 7 4 ? A 4 B 4 = C C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 ? A > 6 A 0 < > A ; 0 2 : > 5 8 C 1 4 4 = 1 A > D 6 7 C 5 > A 2 4 5 D ; ; H C > C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 B 0 C C 4 = C 8 > = B C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 5 0 8 A ; H F 4 ; ; B 0 C 8 B 5 8 4 3 F 8 C 7 C 7 4 ? A 4 B 4 = C C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 ? A > 6 A 0 < A 4 C 7 4 A 4 4 = > D 6 7 > 5 5 8 2 4 A B ; 4 0 3 4 A B 0 = 3 2 > D = B 4 ; > A B C > 6 8 E 4 C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 4 5 5 8 2 8 4 = C ; 4 0 3 4 A B 7 8 ? B 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 4 B 7 8 ? 6 8 E 4 = 0 2 C 8 E 4 B D ? ? > A C 1 H C 7 4 ? 0 B C > A 3 4 0 2 > = B 0 = 3 ; 4 0 3 8 = 6 ; 0 H < 4 = 8 = C 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 > < 0 = H 2 7 D A 2 7 < 4 < 1 4 A B 7 0 E 4 F A > = 6 2 > = 2 4 ? C 8 > = B > 5 3 8 B 2 8 ? ; 4 B 7 8 ? C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 # 0 = H > C 7 4 A @ D 4 B C 8 > = B < 8 6 7 C 1 4 D B 4 3 1 D C C 7 4 B 4 0 A 4 B > < 4 > 5 C 7 4 4 B B 4 = C 8 0 ; b 7 4 2 7 D A 2 7 B 7 > D ; 3 A 4 2 > 6 = 8 I 4 C 7 4 = 4 4 3 5 > A C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 # % ( % % " & $ & $ 7 4 5 0 < 8 ; H > 5 8 ; ; 0 A 3 > 3 F 8 = F 8 B 7 4 B C > 4 G ? A 4 B B > D A L 7 4 0 A C 5 4 ; C C 7 0 = : B C > 4 E 4 A H > = 4 5 > A H > D A : 8 = 3 = 4 B B 0 = 3 B D ? ? > A C b L 7 4 < 0 = H ? A 0 H 4 A B 2 0 ; ; B E 8 B 8 C B 2 0 A 3 B > 5 2 > = 2 4 A = 0 = 3 4 = 2 > D A 0 6 4 < 4 = C 5 > > 3 5 ; > F 4 A B 3 > = 0 C 8 > = B 0 = 3 C 8 < 4 B ? 4 = C F 8 C 7 > D A 5 0 < 8 ; H 3 D A 8 = 6 > D A C 8 < 4 > 5 6 A 8 4 5 0 = 3 ; > B B F 8 ; ; = 4 E 4 A 1 4 5 > A 6 > C C 4 = b 8 ; ; 0 A 3 F 0 B 0 6 > > 3 : 8 = 3 0 = 3 ; > E 8 = 6 7 D B 1 0 = 3 5 0 C 7 4 A 6 A 0 = 3 3 0 3 3 H 6 A 4 0 C 6 A 0 = 3 3 0 3 3 H 1 A > C 7 4 A 0 = 3 5 A 8 4 = 3 C > < 0 = H b 8 B 7 D < > A F > A : 4 C 7 8 2 0 = 3 2 > < ? 0 B B 8 > = 5 > A > C 7 4 A B L F 8 ; ; 1 4 6 A 4 0 C ; H < 8 B B 4 3 1 H 0 ; ; F 7 > : = 4 F 7 8 < b 4 0 A 4 C A D ; H 1 ; 4 B B 4 3 C > 7 0 E 4 B > < 0 = H 2 0 A 8 = 6 5 A 8 4 = 3 B = 4 8 6 7 1 > A B 0 = 3 4 G C 4 = 3 4 3 5 0 < 8 ; H < 4 < 1 4 A B b ) # f ( b t r n r f n n t t r r n f b f r t b n f b f n f b f t n t r f b r b n f t* 7 4 C 7 = = D 0 ; D 8 ; C ) 7 > F 0 = 3 ) 0 ; 4 8 B 2 > < 8 = 6 C > ) C 4 ? 7 4 = > B C 4 A > ; : D ; C D A 4 4 = C 4 A ) C 0 C 4 & 0 A : A 8 3 0 H C 7 A > D 6 7 ) D = 3 0 H % 2 C b n t b 7 8 B ? > ? 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r n t b t b n b f To Register or For Additional Information Call Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center 386-647-4200 The Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Centers Community Education Program Now offering Gun Safety/Concealed Weapons Training Saturday, October 19,2013 9:00 am 4:00 pm Training will include, but is not limited to handgun safety, explanation of kinds of pistols, explaining sight picture and using handgun sights, types of ammunition, styles of holsters and shooting fundamentals. Upon Completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate proficient use of their weapon on the firing range. Each participant will receive a Certificate of Completion along with the Florida Concealed Weapon Permit Packet. Another important aspect of the class is it will provide training regarding Florida Laws, the use of f orce, and review the Florida Concealed Licens Information. Each participant should bring a bag lunch. Refrigeration is available. Enrollment is limited to the first 10 people who register at Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center by 10/18/13. Cost is $75.00 per person and participants must be 18 years of age or older. Location: Suwannee-Hamilton County Sheriffs Office Training Room and Live Oak Police Department Firing Range Instructor: Lt. Wayne Musgrove, Jr. with the Suwannee County Sheriffs Office Each participant will be required to provide: Handgun At least 50 rounds of ammunition Eye protection (sunglasses will do Transportation to the firing range 831481 3 @ ; > < > ; 3 > 9 9 : 3 1 > 4 ? < > @ : 1 > 1 0 C 5 @ 4 $ & # 8 5 : 5 / G 4 5 8 0 4 ; ; 0 1 B 1 8 ; < 9 1 : @ 1 > B 5 / 1 ? 1 > @ ; 2 8 ; > 5 0 1 8 @ 4 1 : @ 1 > % 8 9 ? 1 0 5 / 8 > ; A < : 0 A C : : 1 1 & 5 B 1 > @ ; < > ; B 5 0 1 # B 5 3 @ ; > ? 1 > B 5 / 1 ? @ @ 4 1 ; : ? 1 @ ; 2 @ 4 1 1 : > ; 8 8 9 1 : @ < 1 > 5 ; 0 9 6 ; > 2 ; / A ? ; 2 @ 4 1 # B 5 3 @ ; > ? C 5 8 8 1 @ ; / ; : 0 A / @ I 5 : > 1 / 4 J C 5 @ 4 @ > 3 1 @ < ; < A 8 @ 5 ; : ? 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) 6 < < 7 + 7 5 0 : < 7 ; + 0 7 7 4 D ; ) 1 = 4 4 ) : < ? 7 = 4 8 : = 6 < = 4 4 ) : + 7 6 < 1 6 = 7 : < 0 / = 1 ) 6 + + 7 = 6 ; 4 7 : < 7 + ) 4 4 < 0 7 < 0 : 1 ; < : 1 + < : 7 5 ? 0 1 + 0 ) ; < = 6 < 1 ; < : ) 6 ; : : 1 6 / ) 6 ) ; 3 9 = ; < 1 7 6 ; ) ; < 7 ? 0 A < 0 ; < = 6 < ? ) 6 < ; < 7 < : ) 6 ; : 7 . ; ; ; ) 1 C 7 ? ) 6 < < 7 ) + + 8 < ; < = 6 < ; ? 0 6 ? + ) 6 ) 6 6 0 ) 6 + 7 = : ; < = 6 < 8 7 8 = 4 ) < 1 7 6 ? ) 6 < < 7 5 ) 3 ; = : < 0 : ) : ; 7 5 ; < 1 8 = 4 ) < 1 7 6 ; < 1 < 7 < 0 ) < ; 7 < 0 ) < 1 < 8 : 7 < + < ; < 0 1 ; < : 1 + < 1 6 D f r t n r b n n r n f r 6 ) 6 . 7 : < < 7 + = < + 7 ; < ; 1 < ? ) ; ; = / / ; < < 0 ) < < 0 1 ; < : 1 + < : 9 = 1 : ; = 8 8 4 5 6 < ) 4 ) < 0 4 < 1 + + 7 ) + 0 ; < 7 0 ) > ) : 1 > : E ; 4 1 + 6 ; ; 7 < 0 A ) : ) > ) 1 4 ) 4 < 7 : 1 > ; < = 6 < ) < 0 4 < ; < 7 ) 6 : 7 5 / ) 5 ; : ) < 0 : < 0 ) 6 0 ) > 1 6 / ; 7 5 7 6 : 7 5 < 0 < : ) 6 ; 8 7 : < ) < 1 7 6 8 ) : < 5 6 < 0 ) > 1 6 / < 7 0 ) 6 / ) : 7 = 6 7 : < 0 / ) 5 < 7 6 ; 7 < 0 A + ) 6 < : ) 6 ; 8 7 : < ; < = 6 < ; ) + 3 < 7 < 0 ; + 0 7 7 4 1 : + < 7 : 7 5 1 6 1 ; < : ) < 1 > $ : > 1 + ; 0 1 4 1 8 1 6 4 4 7 ; ) 1 < 0 1 ; < : 1 + < 1 6 < 0 8 ) ; < 0 ) ; 0 ) < 0 ) < : 9 = 1 : 5 6 < ) 6 1 < 1 ; ) > 5 7 6 A C E : ) 4 ? 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r n t b t b n b f Everything For Your Home Recovery Medical Equipment Oxygen (386 (386 North Florida Pharmacy b t n HOW YOU CAN LOWER YOUR RISK OF BREAST CANCER Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women, second only to lung cancer. One in eight women is expected to develop breast cancer in her lifetime, and a recent survey by the Society for Womens Health Research found that 22 percent of women named breast cancer as the disease they fear most. The specter of breast cancer makes it no surprise that women are eager to seek various ways to reduce their risks of developing this potentially deadly disease. Though cancer treatments continue to evolve, there remains no cure for breast cancer or any other types of cancer. However, there are steps men and women can take to reduce their risks of developing breast cancer. In fact, the National Cancer Institute says avoiding breast cancer risk factors is the best path to prevention. Avoid exposure to radiation. Repeated exposure to radiation therapy used to treat illnesses like Hodgkins disease can increase a persons risk of breast cancer, particularly if treatments begin at an early age. Keep a healthy weight. Obesity increases the risk of breast cancer, particularly in postmenopausal women. Healthy eating and exercise can help women control their weight while reducing their risks of developing breast cancer and a number of other diseases. Scientists at The Mayo Clinic believe there is a link between estrogen production in fatty breast tissue and breast cancer. Get your exercise. Exercising four or more hours a week can lower breast cancer risk. Exercise need not be heavy lifting at the gym. Any moderate physical activity, from cycling to walking, can be effective. Exercise decreases hormone levels in the body that can impact breast cancer risk. Some studies indicate simply walking briskly for one to three hours per week can reduce a womans breast cancer risk by 18 percent. Eat a low-fat diet. The Womens Intervention Nutrition Study from the National Cancer Institute found that the highest rate of breast cancer reduction was among a group of women who ate a low-fat diet. Reduce alcohol consumption. Various studies have indicated that women who drink alcoholic beverages may develop cancer at a higher rate. Women who consume two to five drinks daily have a greater risk of developing breast cancer than those who abstain from alcohol. Weigh the risks of hormone replacement therapy. There are mixed reviews on hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, for postmenopausal women. There may be a link between long-term HRT and breast cancer, particularly when estrogen and progesterone are used in combination. Some doctors advise estrogenonly hormone therapy for women who have had a hysterectomy. Use of SERMs and aromatase inhibitors. Selective estrogen receptor modulators, or SERMs, are drugs that act like estrogen on some bodily tissues but block the effect of estrogen on other tissues. Aromatase inhibitors decrease the amount of estrogen made by the body. Women with a high risk of breast cancer may benefit from taking a SERM or aromatase inhibitor. Increase fruit and vegetable consumption. Carotenoids are cancer-protective pigments found in a vast number of fruits and vegetables. Researchers at New York University found women who had higher blood carotenoid levels had a significantly smaller risk of breast cancer than women with lower levels. Go sparingly on antibiotics. Only take antibiotics when they are truly needed. New evidence suggests that the more often a woman takes antibiotics, the higher her breast cancer risk. A study of more than 10,000 women found that women who took antibiotics for the equivalent of about 25 prescriptions over an average of 17 years where twice as likely to develop breast cancer than women who never took the drugs. Breastfeed your children. Lactation can suppress ovulation and the bodys production of estrogen, which has been linked to higher levels of breast cancer. Breastfeeding may drop a womans breast cancer risk by 4 percent. Although there is no cure for cancer, there are a number of different ways women can reduce their risks for breast cancer. 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