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(L-R) Jeanie Maid-Raphaella Medina, Stephen 2014-Alexander Solomon, 2014 Jeanie-Amanda Caban and Stephen runner-up-
Gabriel Hernandez. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor



2014 Stephen and Jeanie



winners announced


County looks at

fire department

consolidation


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com


At the Oct. 1 meeting of
the Hamilton County
Board of County Com-
missioners, a last minute
item that was added to
the agenda was dis-
cussed in great detail;
consolidation of all local
fire departments into a
single Hamilton County
Fire Department under
the authority of the
board.
Emergency Manage-
ment Director Henry


Emergency Management Di-
rector Henry Land talks about
fire department consolidation.
-Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor


SEE COUNTY, PAGE 12A


Veterans Memorial Park


Will perform Jan. 12 on
National Stephen Foster Day

By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
It was a beautiful day in the park and an even
more beautiful scene inside the Stephen Foster
Museum in White Springs on Saturday, Oct. 5, for
the 63rd Annual Stephen Foster/Jeanie Auditions
as nine contestants vied for the titles of 2014 Jeanie
and Stephen.
Amanda Caban, sponsored by South Metro Mu-
sic Club of Central Florida President Susan Davi-
son, was selected by the three-panel judging team
as Jeanie 2014 and Alexander Solomon, sponsored
by Friday Morning Musicale President Petra Suss-
man, won the title of Stephen 2014. Raphaella
Medina, was chosen as Jeanie Maid and Gabriel


Jennings
Library gets
50K from
Potash Corp

Monies will
fund new
meeting room
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
PotashCorp White
Springs presented a check
for $50,000 to the Hamilton
County Board of County
Commissioners to be used
for the construction of a
new meeting room at the
Jennings Public Library.
Public Affairs Manager
Mike Williams first apolo-
gized that PotashCorp Gen-
eral Manager Terry Baker
couldn't be in attendance,
SEE JENNINGS, PAGE 19A


Hernandez was selected as the Stephen Runner-
up. They were both sponsored by Boca-Delray
Music Society President William Lill.
The distinguished panel of judges were profes-
sor, director and performer Roy Delp, performer
and professor Rebecca Micha, and Coordinator of
Voice and Opera Larry Gerber, who served as
head judge. Florida Federation of Music Clubs
(FFMC) President Ann Stockton presided over the
ceremonies and NFMC Vice President Michael
Edwards opened with words of welcome to
everyone in attendance, followed by Park Manag-
er Michelle Waterman who thanked everyone for
coming to and supporting the event. Former
Stephen 2013 Christopher Longo led the crowd in
a beautiful rendition of "Old Folks at Home",
Florida's state song. After the auditions and be-
fore the announcement of the winners, everyone
SEE 2014, PAGE 8A


Benefit for Jasper cancer

victim set for Saturday


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
In honor of National Breast
Cancer Awareness Month,
which is this month, Amy Nor-
ris from The House Saloon in
Jasper will be putting on a ben-
efit for local cancer victim
Kathrine Scott of Jasper.
This Saturday, Oct. 12, The
House Saloon at 115 Central
Ave. SW in Jasper will be hold-
ing a benefit from 11 a.m. until
11:30 p.m. to raise funds for
Scott. There will be live music,
karaoke, a DJ, food, raffles, an
auction, a 50/50 drawing,
games and a dunk tank.
"We're going to try to have
at least two bands performing
in the afternoon and evening,"
said Norris.
Scott was diagnosed with
brain cancer earlier this year
and underwent surgery on July
31 when doctors removed the
largest of several tumors at the
base of her skull. She is cur-
rently undergoing radiation
treatments. Norris explained
that since Jasper is such a small


Kathrine Scott with her husband Bob
Burton after her brain surgery.
- Courtesy Photo
community, even though Scott
doesn't fit the profile of breast
cancer victim, she does fit the
profile of a cancer victim who
is in need of help, which is why
she is holding the benefit for
her.
Norris said a mutual friend
got in touch with her about
Scott and so the two of them
decided to work on the benefit
together. Norris said she has
tried in the past to do benefits
for breast cancer victims, such
as with the Susan G. Komen
Foundation, but because her


SEE BENEFIT, PAGE 19A


A sample of what the granite panels will look like.
-Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor


A work in progress
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Hamilton County Veterans Services Officer Clay
Lambert updated the Board of County Commission-
ers on the status of Veterans Memorial Park at their
Oct. 1 meeting.
Of the original $39,000 given to the park fund from
the county commissioners, Lambert said, $24,814.77
has been spent so far, leaving a balance of $14,185.23.
"With our fundraising through the brick sales and
the donation from PCS, which was a big boost,
we've raised $44,641.43," said Lambert. "That gives
us total assets at this time and this date of
$58,826.66."
SEE VETERANS, PAGE 19A


Jasper man injured in

Suwannee wreck
By Bryant Thigpen

A Jasper man sustained minor injuries in a wreck
early Friday morning, Oct. 4, after he collided with a
vehicle attempting to turn, according to the Florida
Highway Patrol.
According to an FHP report, on Oct. 4 at approxi-
mately 10:40 a.m., Charles Tompkins, 68, Jasper, was
driving a 2006 Honda Civic and was traveling north
on US 129. Rachael Smith, 25, High Springs was dri-
ving a 2001 Ford F-250
and also traveling north F - -- "
on US 129.
The report stated
Smith stopped ahead of
Tompkins to make a left Publix /
turn onto CR 132 and /
had to come to a com- .
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Arrest Records


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

Oct. 1, Thomas
Matthew Merinsky, 23,
2358 Constitution Dr.,
Orange Park, Fla., dui,
sell/give/serve person
under 21, HCSO-Griffin
Oct. 2, Jaime Ortiz, 33,
3995 CR 51 N., Jasper,
Fla., hold for US Mar-
shal and ICE, HCSO-
McKire
Oct. 2, Cartas Ixcotoy-
ac Castro, 22, no or im-
proper DL, JNPD-Bay-
nack
Oct. 3, James Dur-
ward Laughlin, Jr., 41,
homeless, White
Springs., Fla., agg. bat-
tery, WSPD-Golub
Oct. 3, Ralph Alco
Gay, III, 46, 310 NW 2
St., Jasper, Fla., dui, dui
w/property damage,
JAPD-McGauley
Oct. 4, Joseph Boyes
Daniels, 50, 10760 NW
37 Trl., Jasper, Fla., in to
serve 90-day sentence,
HCSO-Burke
Oct. 5, Nancy Anne
Yacino, 30, 3738 NW US
Hwy. 41, Jasper, Fla.,
hold for Suwannee,
HCSO-Hughes
Oct. 5, Rashena Jonay
Allen, 22, 612 Ervin
Ave., Live Oak, Fla.,
dwls felony, JAPD-Mc-
Gauley
Oct. 6, Joshua Shane
Hand, 40, 2057 NW 34
St., Jennings, Fla., bat-
tery dom. viol., HCSO-
Griffin


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Internal Medicine
(Board Certified)
Primary Care Prc. ii,


Suwannee Valley Nursing Center


September News
Sports was the theme for the
month of September. There were
sport bloopers and sport games
throughout the month.
Residents enjoyed a shopping
spree on Sept. 16, from "We Care
Shopping". Birthday party for
the month of Sept. was spon-
sored by Church of Christ in
Jasper. Carolyn Bass, her daugh-
ter Nancy, and Mrs. Seasholtz
brought in homemade Oreo ice
cream, cake, balloons and a gift
for all September Birthdays.
Evening sing was held on Sept.
23, by Pine Grove Methodist
Church, Live Oak. The singing
was enjoyed greatly by the resi-
dents.
There was a "cook n' show" on
the 25th where rice krispie treats
were prepared. Home-made
grape jelly was also made to sell.
We picked fresh grapes off the
vine at Jeanie Lou Hughes
grapevine. Resident Marie Hunt
has been doing a great job selling
the jelly. All the residents en-


Marie Hunt. Courtesy photo:


joyed watching the jelly being
made and reminiscing about jelly
recipes.
The S.V.N.C. Bingo Champ for
September was Eva Jones. Em-
ployees of the month were Tam-
my Jones-CNA and Pat Curry-
Housekeeping. Congrats staff!


S.V.N.C. would like to recognize
our volunteer Bro. Rusty Fennell.
He and his wife volunteer with a
worship service every Monday
morning at 10 a.m. and some
Sunday. Thanks again for your
love and support.


Tim Lovelace "Ministry through Laughter" in concert


First Baptist Church
of Jasper, Nov. 2,
at 7 p.m.

You are invited to
come to Jasper First
Baptist Church on Sat-
urday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.
for an evening of won-
derful Christian enter-
tainment for the whole
family. With each per-
formance, Tim joyfully
shares his life stories,


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crystal clean humor,
sings original songs,
and shares the Good
News with all.
Tim's passion for life
is contagious and effec-
tual. The excitement in
his music and comedy
concerts cannot be de-
scribed...they must be
experienced! Tim
Lovelace is one funny
man who not only
wants people to laugh
but most importantly, to
discover real joy and
happiness for this jour-
ney of life.
Tim's chart-topping
comedy songs are con-
tinuously aired on Sir-
ius/XM Satellite Radio,
as well as other radio
stations around the
country. His comedy
has been featured on


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videos that have gar-
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Although the concert
is free to the public,
there will be a love of-
fering during the ser-
vice. Please join us for


an evening you will not
soon forget. The First
Baptist Church of Jasper
is located at 207 2nd
Street NE in Jasper. For
questions, call Vonnie
Wood at 386-397-9028.


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Miss HCHS Pageant


Miss Contestants (Left to Right) Tia Ingram, Emily Reynolds, Leah Morgan, Davanea Melvin, Tiphani Register, Brandi Padgett, Nola Baltazar, Tiffany Vickers, Hallie Davis, and Maisia Daniels.


The 2013 Miss HCHS
Pageant "Boots & Bling,
It's A Country Girl
Thing" will be held on
Saturday, Oct. 12 at 6
p.m. in the Hamilton
County Courthouse An-
nex (Old High School
Auditorium). Admission
is $5 for Adults and $3
for Students.



Junior Miss Contestants (Left
to Right) Breonna Gaskin,
Alyssa Culbreth, Julianna
Wheeler, Carrington Lee,
Jakara Steadman, and
Alexandra Cribbs.


Commissioner Putnam reminds residents

to be cautious with outdoor fires during

National Fire Prevention Week


Almost 80 Percent of Wildfires in
Florida Caused by Human Careless-
ness
Commissioner of Agriculture Adam
H. Putnam and the Florida Depart-
ment of Agriculture and Consumer
Services' Florida Forest Service are
highlighting the dangers of wildfires
and encouraging Floridians to use cau-
tion with all outdoor fire in advance of
National Fire Prevention Week, which
runs Oct. 6-12.
"While the recent summer rains
have temporarily decreased Florida's
wildfire danger, we are approaching
the dry fall and winter season and we
must remain vigilant," said Commis-
sioner Putnam. "National Fire Preven-
tion Week serves as a reminder of the
important work our firefighters in the
Florida Forest Service do to protect
Floridians and an opportunity for resi-
dents to learn how they can help pro-
tect Florida's homes and natural re-
sources."
In keeping with Fire Prevention
Week's national theme of "Prevent
Kitchen Fires," the Florida Forest Ser-
vice urges citizens to be careful with
outdoor cooking fires and campfires.
Nearly 80 percent of all wildfires in
Florida are caused by human careless-
ness. Citizens can safely use Florida's
"outdoor kitchens" by following these
tips:
Clear a 10-15 foot diameter area
around the campfire away from
tents, shrubs, trees, overhanging
branches and other flammable objects.
Use an existing fire ring or build an
appropriate pit for the campfire.


Avoid burning during dry or windy
conditions.
Keep the campfire small and under
control.
Never leave a campfire unattended.
Make sure the campfire is totally ex-
tinguished and cold before you leave
it.
Since the beginning of the year, 1,933
wildfires have burned 47,256 acres
throughout Florida.
The Florida Forest Service manages
1 million acres of public forest land
while protecting more than 26 million
acres of homes, forestland, and natural
resources from the devastating effects
of wildfire. For statewide wildfire up-
dates and additional wildfire informa-
tion, visit
www.floridaforestservice.com.


RAFFLE/

FUNDRAISER
Proceeds go to breast cancer
awareness

Ground blind doghouse
60"x60"x66" camouflage

Tickets are on sale at Suwannee
Hardware and Feed, which is also
the sponsor. The drawing will be
held on Oct. 19 at 3 p.m. during the
swap meet at Suwannee Hardware
and Feed, 16660 Spring St. (Hwy 41),
White Springs, 386-397-2551.


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Candlelight vigil for

Andre Jermaine Smith
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AJD' MEMORIES WERE A LANE
WE WOULD WALK RIGHT UP TO HEAVEN
A&ND BRING YOU BACK AGAIN

SNO FAREWELL WORDS WERE SPCIKEN
I NOTIMETO SAY GOODBYE
you WERE GONE BEFORE WE KNEW Ir
AND ONLY GOD KNOWS WHY

OUR HEARTS STILL ACHE IN SADNESS
AD SECREl T ARS TIfLL FLOW'.
WHAT IT MEANT TO LOSAYOU
NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW
BUT NOW WE KNOW YOU WANT US
TO MOURN FOR YOU NO MORE
TO REMEMBER ALL THE HAPPY TIMES
LIFE STILL HAS MUCH IN STORE

SINCE YOU'LL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN
SWE PLEDGE TO YOU TODAY
. HALLOWED PLACE
WITHIN OUR HEARTS A
WHEREE YOULL ALWAYS STAY


A candlelight vigil has been set for Mr. Andre Jermaine Smith on Thurs-
day, Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. at Buddy Parker Park on Martin Luther King Jr. Dri-
ve in Jasper.


Tim Lovelace "Ministry through Laughter"
in Concert
First Baptist Church of Jasper
November 2nd @ 7:00pm
You are invited to come to
Jasper First Baptist Church
on Saturday, November 2 at
J %7:00pm for an evening of
wonderful Christian
entertainment for the whole
family. With each
performance, Tim joyfully
shares his life stories,
crystal clean humor, sings
original songs, and shares
the Good News with all.
Tim's passion for life is
contagious and effectual.
The excitement in his music
and comedy concerts
cannot be described-they must be experienced! Tim Lovelace is one funny man
who not only wants people to laugh but most importantly, to discover real joy
and happiness for this journey of life.
Tim's chart-topping comedy songs are continuously aired on Sirius/XM Satellite
Radio as well as other http:/ltimlovelace.comlbiographyl around the country.
His comedy has been featured on http:/ltimlovelace.comlcomedy-video-
gallery/ that have garnered both gold and platinum http:/ltimlovelace.coml
biography/ .
Although the concert is free to the public, there will be a love offering during
the service. Please join us for an evening you will not soon forget. The First
Baptist Church of Jasper is located at 207 2nd St NE in Jasper, Florida. For
questions, call Vonnie Wood at 386-397-9028.
8325721


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OPINION


Racial trade-offs


Trade-offs apply to our economic
lives, as well as our political lives.
That means getting more of one thing
requires giving up something else.
Let's look at some examples.
Black congressmen and black public
officials in general, including Barack
Obama, always side with teachers
unions in their opposition to educa-
tional vouchers, tuition tax credits,
charter schools and other measures
that would allow black parents to
take their children out of failing pub-
lic schools. Most black politicians and
many black professionals take the po-
sition of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, who is
on record as saying, "We shouldn't
abandon the public schools."
Taking such a political stance is un-
derstandable because black congress-
men and other black elected officials
are part of a coalition. As such, they
are expected to vote for things that
other coalition members want in or-
der that those coalition members vote
for things that black politicians want.
There's no question that these black
public officials are getting something
in return for their support of teachers
unions and others who benefit from
the educational status quo. The ques-
tion not addressed by black people is
whether what black politicians are
getting for their support of a failed


educational sys-
tem is worth the
sacrifice of whole
generations of
black youngsters,
educationally
handicapping
them and mak-
ing many virtual-
ly useless in the


BY WALT'
BY WALTE


high-tech world
of the 21st century.
Though many black politicians
mouth that we should fix, not aban-
don, public schools, they themselves
have abandoned public schools. They
see their children as too precious to
be sacrificed in the name of public ed-
ucation. While living in Chicago,
Barack Obama sent his daughters to
the prestigious University of Chicago
Laboratory Schools. When he moved
to Washington, President Obama en-
rolled his daughters in the prestigious
Sidwell Friends School. According to
a report by The Heritage Foundation,
"exactly 52 percent of Congressional
Black Caucus members and 38 per-
cent of Congressional Hispanic Cau-
cus members sent at least one child to
private school." Overall, only 6 per-
cent of black students attend private
school.
It's not just black politicians who


fight tooth and
A nail against
VINORITY parental school
N R J Y choice and have
VIEW their children in
Private schools.
When President
Obama's White
2013 Creators Syndicate House chief of
ER WILLIAMS staff Rahm
Emanuel resigned
and became mayor of Chicago, he did
not enroll his children in the Windy
City's public schools. He enrolled his
son and two daughters in the Univer-
sity of Chicago Lab Schools. And
members of Congress, regardless of
race, are three to four times likelier
than the public to send their children
to private schools.
According to a 2004 Thomas B.
Fordham Institute study, more than 1
in 5 public school teachers sent their
children to private schools. In some
cities, the figure is much higher. In
Philadelphia, 44 percent of the teach-
ers put their children in private
schools; in Cincinnati, it's 41 percent,
and Chicago (39 percent) and
Rochester, N.Y. (38 percent), also have
high figures. In the San Francisco-
Oakland area, 34 percent of public
school teachers enroll their children in
private schools, and in New York


City, it's 33 percent.
Only 11 percent of all parents enroll
their children in private schools. The
fact that so many public school teach-
ers enroll their own children in pri-
vate schools ought to raise questions.
After all, what would you think, after
having accepted a dinner invitation, if
you discovered that the owner, chef,
waiters and busboys at the restaurant
to which you were being taken don't
eat there? That would suggest they
have some inside information from
which you might benefit.
I don't think anything that black
politicians get from the NEA, the
AFT, the NAACP (many members are
teachers), the National Urban League
or others who have a vested financial
interest in a failed educational system
is worth committing whole genera-
tions of black youngsters to educa-
tional mediocrity. The prospects for a
change are not good, particularly in
light of the new fact that the NAACP
is being wooed to join the AFL-CIO.

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.


Smell the roses and the chicken truck


Dwain Walden
The Moultrie Observe

At the breakfast club
recently, the subject of
"smells" came up. And
no, it had nothing to do
with our food, or some-
one's Right Guard being
weak nor did it have
anything to do with a
rotten Congress.
One of our members
noted that he drove by a
peanut field the day be-


fore and remarked about
how he liked the smell of
peanuts being harvested.
And yes, that process
does have a particular
and significant smell. A
combination of crushed
vines and fresh dirt em-
anates an aroma that
can't be confused with
any other.
Those of us who grew
up on farms or just lived
out in the country in
South Georgia know this


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smell. As well, many of
us know the smells asso-
ciated with cutting and
baling hay and turning
fresh sod. And of course
there's that pungent
odor that goes with de-
foliating cotton.
I particularly like the
smell of fresh dirt turn-
ing up underneath my
disc harrow as I cut fire-
breaks. Not only does
that smell please my ol-
factory system but it
brings back fond memo-
ries of my childhood. I
don't know if there are
technical differences be-
tween memories and
flashbacks, but I think
there may be a variance
in that a flashback tends
to jump on you in a hur-
ry and probably has
more negative connota-
tion than positive.
Then someone
brought up the smell as-
sociated with traveling
behind a chicken truck
just that very morning.
A couple of plates were
pushed back and others
slowed significantly in
their morning pleasure.
It didn't bother me, even
though I knew exactly
the smell he was talking
about. I'm one of those
guys who can shovel
road kill off the pave-
ment and eat pizza at the
same time.
Then someone herded
the conversation of
smells into a more pleas-
ant direction. One fel-
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liked the smell of a carni-
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and presents a piece of
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venue.
Also associated with
the fall of the year, I
vividly recall the smell
of new denim jeans. This
was before pre-washed
and holey britches.
These were the days
when it took five wash-
ings and maybe running
over the jeans with a
tractor a few times to
break down the fabric to
where it would be com-
fortable.
I recall wearing those
big-legged Red Camel
jeans. On a cold morning
you could put them on
and take three steps be-
fore the legs moved.
And it would be about
the fourth week into the
term before you got all
the blue dye off your
legs. And we always
bought them too long
and rolled up the legs. It
was just part of being
frugal and making them
last longer. Back then a
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Guest commentary

A heads up to
the neighbors of
Suwannee County
By Donna Ellis
Suwannee County resident
As the citizens of Suwannee County were kept
"in the dark" for a long period of time regarding
the catalyst site in our county's northwest corner,
it is assumed that surrounding counties may also
be unaware of what is going to be affecting their
health and quality of life, if current proposals are
realized.
The company seeking to locate to this site, is a
startup company, Integrated Waste Management
Systems (IWMS), a medical waste incinerating fa-
cility. What exactly are the by-products of such a
facility that burns body parts, plastic syringes, IV
bags and tubes, operating room refuse,
chemotherapy residue, and all other contaminants
in those red bags found in hospitals, labs, doctors'
offices and abortion clinics?
If you do the research, you will quickly find that
these incinerators do not destroy these contami-
nated wastes, but merely reduce the volume and
emit a wide array of toxic and carcinogenic chem-
icals, including toxic heavy metals (such as lead,
cadmium, mercury, chromium and arsenic), dan-
gerous organic compounds (such as dioxins and
PCB's), acid and acid forming compounds (such
as nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxide), and carbon
monoxide. Where do these toxins go? The 80 to
100 foot smoke stacks broadcast some of these pol-
lutants in the form of stack gases, high into the at-
mosphere where they are dispersed over a wide
area. It seems the greatest concentration is within
20 to 60 miles from the site, but they can be broad-
cast over hundreds or thousands of miles depend-
ing on the prevailing winds. They become "mi-
gratory contaminants" and can be carried by air,
water, oceans and streams. They can blanket our
farms, crops, homes, lakes, streams, rivers, soil
and the nano particles can be inhaled into our
bodies and those of our children, livestock,
wildlife and pets. This is only part of the pollution
problem, as there are also, in addition to stack gas-
es, bottom ash, fly ash and the effluent of pollution
control devices.
An average incinerator burns 30 tons of waste
per day, and four are proposed for this site. They
will be receiving thousands of truck-loads of
waste annually. They will be coming from a 500
mile radius to this site, through your county, on
your roads and highways! According to the US
Environmental Protection Authority: "Fugitive
emissions and accidental spills may release as
much or even more toxic material into the envi-
ronment than direct emissions from incomplete
waste incinerations!" There is also the risk of cata-
strophic waste releases in fires and explosions as
well.
Increased cancer rates, respiratory ailments, re-
productive abnormalities and other health effects
are noted among people living near some waste-
burning facilities, according to scientific studies,
surveys by community groups and local physi-
cians. Cancer, birth defects, reproductive dysfunc-
tion, neurological damage and other health effects
are also known to occur at very low exposures to
many of the metals and other pollutants released
by these waste-burning facilities.
Many states in the United States have banned
these types of incinerators due to the known
health and environmental risk. Only 33 remain in
the US today. I guess we must ask the state of
Florida and Suwannee County exactly what is the
price of our health worth to them? Do a few jobs
and taxable income for the county outweigh the
long term desecration of our beautiful county,
neighboring counties, and the health, welfare and
peace of mind of the families of Florida? That cer-
tainly seems a huge price to pay!


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Obituaries


Heart Matters


Russell Lincoln
Alderman
Sept. 23, 1922
Sept. 30, 2013

X ussell Lincoln
Alderman, age
V 91, of
Thomasville, GA. passed
away unexpectedly on
Monday, Sept. 30, 2013
at Archbold Hospital in
Thomasville.
Funeral services were
held Thursday, Oct. 3,
2013 in the chapel of
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home, Jasper, Fla. Inter-
ment followed at Burn-
ham Christian Church
Cemetery near Jennings,
Fla.
Mr. Russell Alderman
was born in Jennings,
Fla. on Sept. 23, 1922 to
the late Gordon and
Clyde Deas Alderman.
Upon graduation from
Jennings High School, he
enlisted in the U.S. Navy
and served until the end
of WWII. Russell mar-
ried his high school
sweetheart Hilda Cun-
ningham and returned
to Jennings to begin
farming. He was a de-
voted husband, father,
grandfather, and great-
grandfather who deeply
loved his family. Russell
was a member of First
Christian Church in Val-
dosta, GA. He enjoyed
the outdoors and was an
avid hunter and saltwa-
ter fisherman.
He was preceded in
death by his daughter,
Sheila Alderman Hunt
(Tom).
Survivors include his
wife of 70 years, Hilda
Cunningham Alderman,
Thomasville, GA.; one
son, Russell "Rusty" Al-
derman (Colleen), West
Grove, PA.; one daugh-
ter, Janet Alderman
Webb (Jerry),
Thomasville, GA.; one
brother, Herbert Alder-
man (Sallie), Monks Cor-
ner, SC; one sister, Inez
Sandefer (George),
Palatka, Fla.; five grand-
children and two great
grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, do-
nations may be made to
First Christian Church in
Valdosta, GA. or Burn-
ham Christian Church in
Jennings, Fla.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home, Jasper, Fla. was
in charge of arrange-
ments.

Donald Lee King
Aug. 1, 1941
Oct. 4, 2013

2 onald Lee
King, age 72, of
0D Jasper, Fla.
passed away Friday,
Oct. 4, 2013 at Lake City
VA Medical Center in
Lake City, Fla. following
an illness of some time.
Funeral services were
held Monday, Oct. 7,
2013 in the chapel of
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home in Jasper, Fla.
with Pastor L.R. Leguire
officiating.
Donald was born in
Lenoir City, Tennessee
on Aug. 1, 1941 to the
late Alvin and Minnie
Pike King. He was a
longtime employee at
PCS (Occidental) near


White Springs. Donald
was a veteran of the
United States Army.
Survivors include one
son, Dewayne Graham,
Beach Island, SC.; six
daughters, Barbara
Capps and Sharon
Leguire, both of Lake
City, Fla., Autumn
Haines, Bartow, Fla.,
Michelle Simmons of
Texas, Donna Lee and
Deanna King, also of
Lake City, Fla.; three
brothers, Lanny and Bil-
ly King, both of Bartow,
Fla. and Jerry King, Lake
City, Tennessee; one sis-
ter, Joan Predmore, Lake
City, Tennessee; 12
grandchildren and sev-
eral great grandchildren;
also surviving Donald is
his longtime companion,
Patsy Langford of
Jasper, Fla.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home, Jasper, Fla. was
in charge of arrange-
ments.

Robert Lee Burrows
Sept. 1, 1929
Oct. 1, 2013

X obert Lee Bur-
rows, age 84, of
)VWhite Springs,
Fla. passed away Tues-
day, Oct. 1, 2013 at the
Lake City VA Medical
Center in Lake City, Fla.
following an illness of
some time.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, Oct. 5,
2013 at Lake City
Church of the Nazarene.
Interment followed at
Riverside Cemetery in
White Springs, Fla.
Mr. Burrows was born
in Black Hawk County,
Iowa on Sept. 1, 1929 to
the late Raymond and
Hazel Brallier Burrows.
As a young man he
served his country hon-
orably in the United
States Army. Mr. Bur-
rows worked in sales
most of his life and en-
joyed fishing and trap
shooting in his spare
time. He was a family
man and thrived on
spending quality time
with his family. He felt
especially blessed to be
able to spend time with
his step grandsons
Travis and Tyler Powell.
Mr. Burrows attended
the Lake City Church of
the Nazarene. He was
predeceased by his par-
ents, his step son, Bruce
Cason; five brothers,
Leonard, Cecil, Burdell,
Floyd and Leland Bur-
rows; three sisters, Lois
Primmer, Lorraine Tay-
lor and Vera McClung;
and a precious grand-
daughter, Madelyn Lee
Powell.
Survivors include his
wife of 24 years, Shirley
Register Burrows;
daughter, Shari Eicher
(Richard), Oxford, AL.,
two step-daughters, Vir-
ginia Tippens (Jeff), Lake
City, Fla. and Ginger
Powell (Marlin), White
Springs, Fla.; two sisters,
Darlene Mueller, Dewar,
Iowa and Ruby Dodson,
San Diego, CA.; two
grandchildren and ten
step grandchildren.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.


"So the two women
went on until they came
to Bethlehem. When
they arrived in Bethle-
hem, the whole town
was stirred because of
them, and the women
exclaimed, 'Can this be
Naomi?'
'Don't call me Naomi,'
she told them. 'Call me
Mara, because the
Almighty has made my
life very bitter. I went
away full, but the Lord
has brought me back
empty. Why call me
Naomi? The Lord has
afflicted me; the
Almighty has brought
misfortune upon me.'
So Naomi returned
from Moab accompanied


by Ruth the Moabitess,
her daughter-in-law, ar-
riving in Bethlehem as
the barley harvest was
beginning." (Ruth 1:19-
22)
I have always teased
about the fact that a
Southern woman could
say just about anything
and make it sound
sweet. In reality, no
matter how thick the ac-
cent, a dose of bitterness
will always quench
sweetness... and bitter is
exactly the condition we
find Naomi in our por-
tion of scripture this
week. Recalling her re-
cent family tragedy, the
death of her husband
and two sons, we can


certainly sympathize
with Naomi, and agree
that life gives us no few
opportunities to become
bitter.
I find it so interesting
that Naomi (whose
name means "pleasant")
quickly rebuked the
women of Bethlehem for
calling her by name. In-
stead, she confessed her
state of bitterness by ask-
ing to be called "Mara,"
which means "bitter."
This is remarkable, be-
cause we normally put
so much effort into hid-
ing our bitterness...so
much, that we often
won't even recognize it
in ourselves, let alone
point it out to others!


Honestly, have you ever
told anyone to call you
bitter?
Because we may not
always be able to distin-
guish bitterness in our-
selves, let's take advan-
tage of this passage to

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Two men, two ways, two destinies Part 1


Hugh Sherrill
ems-hugh43
@comcast.net
At the top of Psalms
one, my Bible has as the
theme "Two Men, Two
Ways, Two Destinies".
Psalms one has only six
verses. The first three are
the benefits of the Godly
man; the last three are
the rewards for the un-
godly. Today we will
deal with the blessings of
the first three verses.
"Blessed is the man
who walks not in the
counsel of the ungodly,
Nor stands in the path of
sinners, Nor sits in the
seat of the scornful; But
his delight is in the law
of the Lord, And in His
law he meditates day
and night. He shall be
like a tree Planted by the
rivers of water, That
brings forth its fruit in its
season, Whose leaf also
shall not wither; And
whatever he does shall
prosper(NKJV)."
Notice first what the
blessed man does not do.
"He does not walk in the
counsel of the ungodly"
(counsel means advice).
The counsel of the un-
godly is more prevalent
today than the counsel of
the Godly. There is un-
godly counsel all over
television, all over the
entertainment world, on
the radio, in all the mag-
azines you see at all the
check-out lines at gro-
cery store; even in many
of our schools, including
religious institutions
where the Gospel is not
taught. Ungodly counsel
says we should not have
the Bible and prayer in
schools. It says no God in
government. It says kill
millions by abortion. It
says same sex marriage
is ok. It says that alcohol
and drugs are ok. Un-


godly counsel says there
is no standard of right
and wrong. The blessed
man does not listen to
such counsel. II
Corinthians 6:17 says
"Therefore,'Come out
from among them and
be separate, says the
Lord. Do not touch what
is unclean, and I will re-
ceive you'"
The second thing the
blessed man does not do
is "stand in the path (or
way) of sinners". If one
listens to the counsel of
the ungodly, soon he
will act like they do.
Maybe just a little at
first, but it will get
worse.
The third thing he
does not do is "sit in the
seat of the scornful".
Scornful means to laugh


at or make fun of. These
are those who make fun
of and downplay God.
They don't want to be
any part of God and His
word.
The blessed man will
"delight in the law of the
Lord". He will take great
pleasure in God's
covenant with man. He
will walk in the light of
his Lord and Savior. For
He is the light. His desire
will be daily to let the
fruit of the spirit show in
his walk (Galatians 5:22-
26). He will meditate on
God's word day and
night; the most impor-
tant thing in his life will
be to study and to wor-
ship God.
Verse three speaks for
its self. "Whatever he
does shall prosper". Just


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think, whatever the
blessed man does will
prosper. This is a
promise of God. No mat-
ter what the world says,
it will happen. So today,
if we want to prosper, if
we want to see our fami-
lies prosper, our church-
es prosper, our state
prosper, our country
prosper, we must do
what God says.


FREEDOM IS HERE

What are you so upset about?


Pastor John \~ h itutui'toi
Lighthouse Christian
Center
www.lccmayo.com

I am astonished that
you are so quickly de-
serting the one who
called you to live in the
grace of Christ and are
turning to a different
gospel- which is really
no gospel at all... But
even if we or an angel
from heaven should
preach a gospel other
than the one we
preached to you, let
them be under God's
curse! (From Galatians
1)
Paul sounds angry.
He even repeats this con-
demnation: "Let them
be under God's curse!"
We all get angry. Maybe
you get angry over oth-
ers driving too slow in


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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

CATHLIC CHURC


ST. THERESE CATHOLIC CHI
Three miles north of Jasper U.
P.O. Box 890, Jasper, FL 32(
Rectory U.S. 90 E., Live Oak
(386) 364-1108
Saturday MASS 4:00 p.m


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052
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784014


NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St.,
Jennings, FL 32053 784013
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


the fast lane, or people
lying to you, or using
profanity. Maybe you
get upset over bigger is-
sues such as poverty,
hunger, or abuse.
A false Gospel is what
infuriated Paul. His
anger was made worse
by knowing that the
Galatians had originally
accepted the true
Gospel. They had ac-
cepted that we are saved
by God's grace through
faith. After starting with
such faith, they were lis-
tening to other voices
that were leading them
into some kind of other
religion. Jesus plus any-
thing else is not the
Gospel. Jesus plus any-
thing else actually takes
away!
You can fall short of
the glory of God in two
directions: liberalism


and legalism. Liberal-
ism (not necessarily the
political term) involves
doing whatever you
want to do, following
your own passions and
lusts regardless of the
consequences. This is
what we usually think
when we talk about
falling short of the glory
of God. However, the
other direction is trying
to live by enough laws,
rules and regulations
that you finally appease
God into gaining his ac-
ceptance. This is also a
false Gospel.
Paul had much to be
upset about. He also did
something about it.
Through letters and vis-
its he was determined to
get the Galatians back on
track. He taught them

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- METHODIST .IPESYTZAN


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST UNITED METHODIST
"Where Friends become Family" CHURCH
207 N.E. 2nd Street, Jasper 792-2658 CU
Pastor: Roger Hutto 405 Central Ave., Jasper, FL
Pastor Dale Ames
Sunday Phone- 386-792-1122
Sunday School............................9:45 a.m. Sunday
Morning Worship......................11:00 a.m. Sunday School..............................9:45 a.m.
Evening Worshlpp.........................6:00 p.m. Morning Worship.........................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Wednesday
Supper....................................6:00 p.m.
Children, Youth & Adult Programs6:30 p.m. Family Night Dinner 3rd Wednesday
784012 Clothes Closet 4th Saturday 1-5pm


BURNHAM CHRISTIAN CHURCH
4520 NW CR 146, Jennings, FL 32053
938-1265
Pastor: Johnny Brown
Sunday
Sunday School.............................. 9:45 a.m.
W orship....................................... 1 :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 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
204 N.W. 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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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.............10:00 a.m.
W orship.................................. 11:00 a.m .
Children's Church.................11:00 a.m.
Evening Training Union...........6:00 p.m.
Worship...................................7:00 p.m.

Wednesday
W orship..................................7:00 p.m.
822913


823980


-- "Anyone can Square Dance"
AIt's Great Fun!! Learn To

I SQUARE DANCE
With the Vagabond Squares
S- A 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


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Mainstream Band and Band of Brothers

Oct. 11-12 at The SOS Music Park

Don't you dare miss this weekend with two great bands do not forget those dancing shoes


It's fall at The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
(SOSMP) in Live Oak and the music is flowing so
fine the weekend of Oct. 11-12. Band of Brothers is
sure to thrill its fans Saturday, Oct. 12 in the Music
Hall beginning at 9 p.m. Friday night kicks off the
big weekend with the ever popular Mainstream
Band of Georgia. Make your plans now to be part of
this special weekend that also includes the begin-
ning of the Sixth Annual Paddle Florida kick-off Oct.
12 at the SOSMP.
Saturday night, Oct. 12, The Band of Brothers of
Mayo will keep you up on that dance floor when this
SOSMP Battle of the Bands' winner brings its own
brand of country, Southern rock, Neil Diamond,
Elvis favorites and more for one of the best nights of
music you will ever hear. Together for about eight
years, this group consists of brothers Scott and
Kevin Barrington and Tyler and Ross Wimberly,
along with Travis Prine and Hal Thomas. These
hard-working guys love to play music together dur-
ing their off time from their jobs as farmers, correc-
tional officers and other jobs. The band has always
played for the members' own enjoyment and an oc-
casional wedding, for friends and family or maybe at
a small festival. They may well be one of the best
kept secrets in Florida musical history. But no more.
After the band's performance at the Battle of the
Bands, it's written in stone, this band rocks, and it's
a do not miss performance of good clean musical fun
every time the band steps on stage. The band is al-
ways excited about playing in the Music Hall and in-
vites friends, family and fans to be there to cheer
them on. It's going to be a great night for dancing so
don't you dare forget those dancing shoes. Music be-
gins at 9 p.m.
Mainstream Band gets the weekend started Fri-
day, Oct. 11. This country, Southern rock, Rock n
Roll, classic rock, 50s 90s music band along with to-
day's music features electrifying solos, dynamic
duos and powerful vocals with wireless and lead
technology. The band plays everything from The Ea-
gles, Bon Jovi, Elvis, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and
Blake Shelton to everything in between. Mainstream
Band has something for everyone. Band members
include Jack Brinson vocals & guitar; Todd Willis -
bass; Andy Wilson drums; Steve Taylor keyboard
and Mike Ritchea lead guitar. The band is working
on a full length CD and has opened for Chris Young,
the Nashville Stars, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lam-
bert, Luke Bryan, Zac Brown, Vanilla Ice and more.
Be there Oct. 11 for a night to remember with great
music beginning at 9 p.m.
Paddle Florida is from Oct. 12-17 and begins at the
SOSMP. Paddlers will gather at the SOSMP, Oct. 12,
have dinner in the Music Hall and hear from Suwan-
nee River Water Management District Executive Di-
rector Ann Shortelle after dinner about water issues.


Paddlers will launch their canoes the next morning
between 8:30 9 a.m. from the SOSMP boat ramp for
their 73-mile trip down the famous Suwannee River
to Branford, Fla., according to Paddle Florida Execu-
tive Director Bill Richards. To learn more about Pad-
dle Florida, a Florida non-profit, go to paddleFlori-
da.org or email Bill at bill@paddleflorida.org
Music begins at 9 p.m. in the Music Hall and lasts
until closing Friday and Saturday. Doors open at 6
p.m. for dinner. As always, the SOS Cafe and
Restaurant will have available delicious food at reg-


ular prices for your enjoyment along with a full ser-
vice bar. Free Music Hall admission.
For more information about the SOSMP or this
event, or to make reservations for cabins, RV or
camper parking or primitive camping, go to
www.musicliveshere.com, call 386-364-1683 or
email spirit@musicliveshere.com.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is centrally
located at 3076 95th Drive 4.5 miles north of Live
Oak.


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PUBLIC NOTICE


The Hamilton County Value Adjustment
Board (VAB) for 2013 which hears taxpayer
appeals regarding exemptions and value
assessments will hold an Organizational
Meeting to review and adopt rules and
procedures for this year. The purpose of
this meeting is NOT to hear appeals or
consider petitions. It is for administrative
and organizational purposes only. Hearings
for petitions which have been filed with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court will be schedules
at later dates, and all petitioners will be


notified


by first class mail of their


scheduled hearing date and time. The
organizational meeting will be on Monday,
October 14, 2013 at 5:05 pm in the
Board Meeting Room, County
Courthouse, 207 Northeast First Street,
Jasper, Florida. The public is welcome to
attend. Again, appeals regarding
exemptions or property assessment will
NOT be considered at the meeting.
In accordance with Section 286.0105,
Florida Statutes, notice is given that if any
person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board, agency or commission,
with respect to proceedings and that, for
such purpose, he/she will need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is based.
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Suwannee County


Voices grow louder against medical waste incinerators


By Bryant Thigpen
0." cI 1 ,,_!4'., ,. c," ...W.h,

While there were many items to dis-
cuss at the Oct. 1 Suwannee County
Board of County Commissioners meet-
ing, there was only one thing on the
mind of the public in the audience:
medical waste incinerators. Local resi-
dents packed the commissioner's
meeting room at the Judicial Annex
with signs protesting Integrated Waste
Management Systems, a Pennsylva-
nia-based company who seeks to place
four medical waste incinerators at the
catalyst site. Although the people
struggled to have their voices heard,
their presence was duly noted.
As one resident began to approach
the commissioners regarding her con-
cerns about the medical waste inciner-
ators, she was interrupted by Chair-
man Wesley Wainwright.
"Ma'am, we're not going to talk
about that tonight," Wainwright said.
She then asked when she could be
heard, and was joined by audience
members loudly saying, "When?"
Prior to comments from the public,
County Administrator Randy Harris
said he had nothing to discuss during
the meeting regarding the proposed
medical waste incinerators. Wain-
wright then stated there would be no
discussion about the incinerators dur-
ing the meeting.
"Mr. Harris already indicated we
have no discussion of the medical
waste incinerator tonight at all," Wain-
wright said. "I specifically asked Mr.
Harris to indicate to the public, as well
as us, if there was any topic in regards
to that catalyst site regarding the med-
ical waste incinerator, he said no. So
that means we're not going to talk
about the medical waste facility."
The crowd became furious, as many
of them attended the meeting with full
intentions of expressing their concerns
to the board.
"If they decide to come and they in-
dicate to us in writing that they are
coming, then the board has to address
specific issues concerning that and
there will be opportunities then before
the board takes action, or proposed to
take action, there's opportunity for
public comments for all of that," Wain-
wright said in an attempt to silence
medical waste talk.
However, it didn't work. The persis-
tence of the people prevailed.

Baker County denied to speak?
Suwannee resident Debra Johnson
asked Wainwright why he sent a letter
to an individual in Baker County stat-
ing they were being pulled from the
meeting's agenda.
"They received a letter from Mr.
Wainwright and Mr. Harris (stating


they were) taking them off the agenda
because they did not feel like it was
fair to have a meeting without IWMS
being here to defend themselves,"
Johnson said. "Now, Mr. Wainwright,
we had a meeting pro IWMS, but we
cannot have a meeting that will inform
us of facts against IWMS. My question
to you is why did you remove them
from the agenda tonight?"
Wainwright replied, "I had no inten-
tions of talking about the incinerator,
so there was no need of them to come
and present whatever."
"You took them off because IWMS
would not be here to defend them-
selves," Johnson said. "Now why
would IWMS need to defend them-
selves? What would they have to de-
fend themselves against?"
Wainwright said he did not have a
response.
The Democrat obtained an email on
Wednesday that was sent from the
county on Sept. 26 to Mark Lyons of
Baker County. The email read, "After
our Agenda Review meeting (recent-
ly), it was the direction of the County
Administrator and the Chairman of
the Board to withdraw your item per-
taining to discussion regarding the In-
tegrated Waste Management Systems,
Inc. (IWMS). The item was withdrawn
due to the Board will not entertain any
discussion regarding this matter, until
or if this item actually occurs."

Thoughts from local residents
Chris Kincaid spoke against the in-
cinerator.
"You sit up there and smirk and
smile, start us out with a prayer for our
best interest and pledge to the alle-
giance. You work for the people. From
all I can see is you really don't want to
hear from the people," Kincaid said.
"You answer to them. We pay for your
jobs. You all have children and grand-
children. You're going to put an incin-
erator in your front yard. What else
can I say?"
Delight Kasserman asked them one
question, "Do you want to move your
family across the street from that in-
cinerator?"
Wainwright's reply was "I've al-
ready got a home, thank you."
Donna Ellis said it was "ridiculous"
the commissioners are considering the
incinerators.
"The most vulnerable communities
are the ones that are 20-60 miles from
these incinerators due to the fly ash,"
Ellis said. "That didn't make me feel
any better. And one of the most insidi-
ous aspects of this incinerator is, it's
the new highest toxic chemicals that
have ever been from the combustion.
They're more toxic than the waste they
started with."


A large crowd showed up for Tuesday night's county commission meeting to voice their concerns
regarding the proposed medical waste incinerators. Photo: Bryant Thigpen



Floridians hunting deer out of state


need to be aware of CWD laws


Florida hunters plan-
ning to hunt deer, moose
or elk out of state this
year need to be aware of
certain laws and regula-
tions aimed at prevent-
ing chronic wasting dis-
ease (CWD) from enter-
ing our state.
CWD is a contagious,
neurological disease that
has been found in cap-
tive and wild cervids
(white-tailed deer, mule
deer, moose and elk)
within 22 states, two
Canadian provinces and
in South Korea. The dis-
ease causes degenera-
tion of the brains of in-
fected animals, resulting
in emaciation, abnormal
behavior, loss of bodily
functions and
death. There is no
known evidence that
CWD can be transmitted
to livestock or humans.
The disease has been
detected in New Mexico,
Utah, Colorado,


Wyoming, Kansas, Min-
nesota, Oklahoma, Mon-
tana, South Dakota, Ne-
braska, Wisconsin, Illi-
nois, Iowa, New York,
Pennsylvania, West Vir-
ginia, Michigan, Vir-
ginia, Missouri, North
Dakota, Maryland and
Texas. It has also been
detected in Alberta and
Saskatchewan, Canada,
and in South Korea.
Hunters need to know
that it is against the law
to bring into Florida
whole carcasses of
any cervid from any of
the above-listed
areas. The purpose of
this measure is to pre-
vent CWD from being
brought into the
state. The infective
agent, called a prion, can
be accidentally deposit-
ed into the environment,
where it can persist for
years and can infect oth-
er deer. Many states
have a prohibition simi-


lar to Florida's in place.
It is OK, however, to
bring into Florida
deboned meat and fin-
ished taxidermy mounts,
tanned hides, cleaned
skulls, antlers and teeth
from any of these places,
as long as all soft tissue
has been removed.
If anyone sees a sickly,
extremely skinny deer
(see photo at
MyFWC.com/CWD), he
or she should report its
location to the toll-free
CWD hotline: 866-293-
9282. Hunters who har-
vest such a deer should
not handle it but call the
CWD hotline.
For more information
about CWD or this rule,
v i s i t
MyFWC.com/CWD. Th
e website also provides
links to wildlife and
health agencies with
more in-depth informa-
tion about the disease.


HCHS class


reunion 1994


Attention HCHS Class of 1994.
Our 20 year class reunion is ap-
proaching fast and we are planning
a spectacular cruise to Mexico to cel-
ebrate!
May 8, 2014
Carnival Paradise
4 nights, 5 days
Cozumel Mexico
$393.16 pp, 2 per cabin
$75 deposit
All you need to do is make a two
minute call or send an e-mail and


provide your name, payment info
and reference HCHS Class of 1994,
20th Class Reunion to:
Yamil Rosario
Personal Vacation Planner
1-800-819-3902 ext. 82997
(yrosario@carnivalpvp.com)
If you have any questions, please
contact Class President, Sequonda
Wright at
229-269-3061
sequonda@yahoo.com


After I retired, my wife's memory began

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PUBLIC NOTICE


THERE WILL BEA TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSING OF US 129, APPROXIMATELY 1 MILE
NORTH OF THE US-129 /11-75 INTERSECTION. THE ROAD WILL BE CLOSED FROM 7:00
AM TO 5:00 PM ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2013. TRAFFIC BETWEEN JASPER, FL
AND THE 1-75 AND LIVE OAK AREAS WILL BE DETOURED ONTO C-158 / C-249, AND
C-132 / US-41.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013


2014 Stephen and Jeanie winners announced


Continued From Page 1A


was invited to enjoy a
lunch at Nelly Bly's
Kitchen across from the
museum.
This event is spon-
sored by the FFMC and
Stephen Foster Folk Cul-
ture Center State Park
and made possible by
the generous scholarship
donations by a host of
people in the music edu-
cation industry through-
out the state of Florida.
It originated in 1951 by
Mrs. Leon Whitehurst
who wished to offer
scholarships to promis-
ing young female vocal-
ists in the state to assist
them in their music
studies. In later years the
program expanded to
include the Stephen au-
ditions.
The excitement began
Friday evening, Oct. 4,
with a dinner and con-
cert by the reigning
Jeanie and Stephen, Jes-
sica Bianco and Christo-
pher Longo, to honor all
the contestants and their
families.
The eight candidates
for the title of Jeanie
were Amanda Caban,
Ana Collado, Louisa
Ramirez-Flynn, Jayla


Jasper Legals
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
The District Board of Trustees of North
Florida Community College will hold its
regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Octo-
ber 15, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. in the NFCC
Board Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner
Davis Dr Madison, FL A copy of the
agenda may be obtained by writing
NFCC, Office of the President, 325 NW
Turner Davis Dr, Madison, FL 32340 For
disability-related accommodations, con-
tact the NFCC Office of College Advance-
ment, 850-973-1653 NFCC is an equal
access/equal opportunity employer
10/10


PUBLIC AUCTION
Location Dennis Garage
8109 CR 146 NW
Jennings, FL 32053
Date 10-30-2013
Time 8 00 AM
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10/10


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


10/03, 10


By /s/ Knristv Moraan
As Deputy Clerk


Gillaspie, Raphaella
Medina, Rachel Robbins,
Sara Villa and Briane
Bailey. Bailey had to
drop out of the contest
when she came down
with tonsillitis, which
left seven contestants
competing for the title of
Jeanie. There were only
two Stephen candidates,
Alexander Solomon and
Gabriel Hernandez.
Outgoing Jeanie, Jessi-
ca Bianco, said her life
has been busy since she
was crowned last year,
working three jobs to
save up for graduate
school.
"That's how it's been,"
Bianco said. "I've just
been working."
Twenty-three-year-old
Bianco said she is apply-
ing to Eastman, Boston
University New Eng-
land Conservatory, Uni-
versity of Maryland,
Rice and San Francisco
Conservatory, and isn't
sure which one she will
eventually attend.
"I had enough trouble
narrowing it down to
that list," she said. Her
ultimate goal, "is just to
make a living singing."
Longo is 24 years old
and is currently attend-
ing Eastman School of


Jasper Legals Jaspe
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Property
FOR HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA Jasper, FL
CASE NO.: 24-2012-CA-000158 ANY PE
TERESTI
21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION, a SALE, IF
Delaware corporation authorized to PROPER1
transact business in Florida, OF THE
Plaintiff, CLAIM W
SALE
vs.
Dated Se|
THOMAS A. MARCANO, JR., alkla
THOMAS ANDREW MARCANO, JR. (Cc
and STEPHANIE A. MARCANO, aklka CLE
STEPHANIE ANN MARCANO,
Defendants.
AMENDED CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE 10/10, 17
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance
with the Plaintiff's Amended Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure entered on Septem-
ber 24, 2013 in the above-styled cause, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash on October 30, 2013 at 11 00 A M
(EST), at Hamilton County Courthouse INT
THEIR
PARCEL 1 FOR H
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 17,
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 11 FARMERS
EAST; THENCE RUN WEST ALONG
THE SOUTH LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF Plainti
THE NORTHEAST 1/4 TO THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE EAST 1/2 OF vs.
THE NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE
NORTH ALONG THE WEST LINE OF RANCE B
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST SPOUSE(
1/4 A DISTANCE OF 1,200.00 FEET TO BRADY; T
THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE NYNA BRA
CONTINUE NORTH ALONG THE WEST KNOWN F
LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE THROUGH
NORTHEAST 1/4, A DISTANCE OF HEREIN N
466.69 FEET; THENCE EAST PARAL- ANT(S) W
LEL WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF THE DEAD OR
EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4, A KNOWN F
DISTANCE OF 466.69 FEET; THENCE TEREST.A!
SOUTH PARALLEL WITH THE WEST VISEES, C
LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE CLAIMAN
NORTHEAST 1/4, A DISTANCE OF TENANT*
466.69 FEET; THENCE WEST PARAL- ing fictitio
LEL WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF THE possession
EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4, A
DISTANCE OF 466.69 FEET TO THE Defen(
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH: A 30 FOOT EASE-
MENT FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS TO RANCE
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: their unkn
and all u
BEGIN AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER through,
OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTH- named de
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP to be dea
1 NORTH, RANGE 11 EAST; THENCE known pa
RUN WEST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE spouses,h
OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTH- erclaiman
EAST 1/4 TO THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE YOU ARE
NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE NORTH Foreclosul
ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE EAST described
1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4, A DIS-
TANCE OF 1,200 FEET; THENCE EAST All that tra
PARALLEL WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF ing and be
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST North, Rai
1/4, A DISTANCE OF 30 FEET; Florida ar
THENCE SOUTH PARALLEL WITH THE scribed as
WEST LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
NORTHEAST 1/4, A DISTANCE OF As a point
1,170 FEET; THENCE EAST PARAL- the South
LEL WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF THE Township
EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 TO from said F
THE EAST LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF degrees,
NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE SOUTH 30 1115 27 I
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Right-of-VWa
run along t
AND Road 152,
22 second
PARCEL 2 thence run
38 second
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST pin on the
CORNER OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE Road 152
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 17, thence rur
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 11 South 82
EAST, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA; seconds E
THENCE NORTH 466.69 FEET ALONG thence run
THE WEST LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF 45 second
THE NORTHEAST 1/4 TO THE POINT pin, then
OF BEGINNING; THENCE NORTH minutes, 3
266.31 FEET ALONG THE WEST LINE an iron pir
OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTH- 02 minute
EAST 1/4; THENCE EAST 233 FEET feet to the
PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH LINE OF
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST has been
1/4; THENCE NORTH 401 FEET PAR- required to
ALLEL TO THE WEST LINE OF THE defenses,
EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4; land, Stnri
THENCE EAST 233.69 FEET PARAL- Ponce de
LEL TO THE SOUTH LINE OF THE 33134, wil
EAST 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4; publication
THENCE SOUTH 667.31 FEET PARAL- ginal wil th
LEL TO THE WEST LINE OF THE EAST fore service
1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE mediately
466.69 FEET WEST PARALLEL TO THE will be ent
SOUTH LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE demanded
NORTHEAST 1/4 TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. WITNESS
Court this
SUBJECT TO AND TOGETHER WITH:
A 30 FOOT EASEMENT FOR INGRESS
AND EGRESS AS DESCRIBED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK 291, PAGE 49,
AND DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RE-
CORDS BOOK 298, PAGE 8, FILED IN
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HAMILTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 10/03,10


Music in Rochester, NY,
after completing gradu-
ate school.
"This past summer I
was just dealing with
moving my entire life
from Tallahassee to
Tampa, living off my
mother's front porch in
boxes," said Longo.
He and his girlfriend
then drove to Rochester
to search for a place to
live, camping out in a
tent during that time to
save money. The two fi-
nally found a place near
the school and then
drove back to Tampa to
begin packing up their
belongings.
"I put everything in
my jeep and a U-Haul
and we drove up there,"
he said.
Upon arrival in
Rochester, the two
scouted the area looking
for good places to eat.
"Tenors, you know,
we need to eat," he said,
laughing. "I've just been
enjoying the fact that I'm
going to the greatest
school in the world. It's
rated the number one
place in the world for
opera training. It's a joy
to sing in their halls. It's
like singing in a Stradi-
varius."


r Legals

Address 2490 NW 49th Trail,
L 32052
RSON CLAIMING AN IN-
N THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SANY, OTHER THAN THE
TY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE

ptember 25, 2013
ourtSeal) W GREG GODWIN,
RK COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
By /s/ Knristv Morgan
Deputy Clerk


THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
D JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
AMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 2013-CA-115
S & MERCHANTS BANK
ff,


RADY; THE UNKNOWN
OF RANCE BRADY; NYNA
*HE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ADY; AND AND ALL UN-
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
i, UNDER AND AGAINST THE
IAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
HO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
iRANTEES, OR OTHER
TS; TENANT #1, TENANT #2,
#3, TENANT #4 the names be-
'us to account for parties in
on
jants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CE BRADY, NYNA BRADY and
own spouses, if any, and any
known parties claiming by,
under, and against the herein
fendant(s) who are not known
id or alive, whether said un-
rties may claim an interest as
heirs, devisees, grantees or oth-
ts
E NOTIFIED that an action for
re of Mortgage on the following
property
act or parcel of land situate, ly-
eing in Section 22, Township 2
nge 12 East, Hamilton County,
id being more particularly de-
s follows
of reference only commence at
west corner of Section 22,
2 North, Range 12 East and
Point of Reference run North 00
34 minutes, 13 seconds East,
feet to a point on the North
Nay of County Road 152, thence
:he said Right-of-Way of County
South 82 degrees, 08 minutes,
s East, 1004 66 feet to a point,
SSouth 07 degrees, 51 minutes,
ids West, 80 00 feet to an iron
South Right-of-Way of County
2 and the Point of Beginning,
n from said Point of Beginning
2 degrees, 08 minutes, 22
East 173 87 feet to an iron pin,
South 00 degrees, 13 minutes,
Is West, 507 93 feet to an iron
;e run North 82 degrees, 54
0 seconds West, 171 15 feet to
i, thence run North 00 degrees,
es, 21 seconds West, 51051
Saforesaid Point of Beginning
filed against you and you are
o serve a copy of your written
if any, to it on Branden Snrick-
ckland Law Firm, PL, 3132
Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL
thin thirty days after the first
n of this notice and file the on-
he Clerk of this Court either be-
;e on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
thereafter, otherwise a default
:ered against you for the relief
id in the complaint
my hand and the seal of this
13th day of September, 2013
(CourtSeal) GREG GODWIN
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By /s/ Cynthia Johnson
As Deputy Clerk


Longo said a bad hall
is where you can't hear
yourself at all and you
over-sing.
"This school, when I
sing in any hall, as the
note leaves my mouth I
can hear it," he said. "I
don't ever have to over-
sing."
Longo said the halls
are designed that way at
the ornate, baroque
school that was built in
1921. He praised his
teacher Robert Swenson,
who is a tenor just like
Longo, saying he was
his friend and confi-
dante. The two are
working on building an
aria package for Longo's
Metropolitan Opera
competition. Every ma-
jor city, he said, has an
opera house and those
who want to pursue a
career in opera go to
each of them to audition
and they must be pre-
pared with five arias.
"I think I'm in the
right place and in the
right hands with my
teacher," said Longo.
"I'm very happy now.
It's not coasting, but it's
a relief to finally feel like
I belong somewhere."
This year's Stephen
and Jeanie winners,


Jasper Legals
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2013-CA-203
ROBERT B.MERCER
Plaintiff,

vs.
LOUISE HOLTON, CHARLES B.
HOWARD, AARON WRIGHT, also
known as SAMUEL A. WRIGHT, and
the Unknown Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Credit-
ors, Trustees, Spouses, or any other
person or entity claiming by, through,
under, or against SALLIE V. WRIGHT,
deceased; and all unknown tenants;
and all other unknown parties in pos-
session, including the unknown
spouse of any person in possession of
the property, and if a named Defend-
ant is deceased, the surviving spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against that Defend-
ant, and all claimants, persons or
parties, natural or corporate, or whose
exact legal status is unknown, claim-
ing under any of the named orde-
scribed Defendants, and all others
whom it may concern,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Unknown Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Credit-
ors, Trustees, Spouses, or any other
person or entity claiming by, through,
under, or against SALLIE V. WRIGHT,
Deceased, LOUISE HOLTON, de-
ceased, and AARON WRIGHT, also
known as SAMUEL A. WRIGHT, de-
ceased, and all claimants, persons or
parties, natural or corporate, or whose
exact legal status is unknown, claim-
ing under any of the named or de-
scribed Defendants.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the Plaintiff
filed a complaint for reformation of deed
and quiet title on June 3, 2013 The Tax
Deed that is the subject of this quiet title
action was recorded on January 10, 2013,
in Official Records Book 731, Page 355,
Public Records of Hamilton County, Flor-
ida and the Corrective Tax Deed was re-
corded on May 28, 2013, in Official Re-
cords Book 738, Page 2, Public Records
of Hamilton County, Florida The War-
ranty Deed the Plaintiff seeks to reform
was recorded on June 23, 1994 in Offi-
cial Records Book 344, page 118, Public
Records of Hamilton County, Florida, to
wit
A parcel of land lying in Section 17,
Township 2 North, Range 11 East,
Hamilton County, Florida, and being more
particularly described as follows Com-
mence at an old iron pipe marking the
Southeast corner of the Southwest
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said
Section 17 and run North 00 degrees 51
minutes 52 seconds West 1346 30 feet,
thence South 89 degrees 31 minutes 20
seconds West 1368 845 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, from said POINT
OF BEGINNING run South 02 degrees 20
minutes 33 seconds East 749 38 feet,
thence South 89 degrees 31 minutes 20
seconds West 168 135 feet, thence North
02 degrees 34 minutes 10 seconds West
749 38 feet, thence North 89 degrees 31
minutes 20 seconds East along the South
side of a county graded road 171 105 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING, contain-
ing 2 92 acres, more or less
Parcel Identification Number 4848-025
This action has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
Plaintiff's attorney and counsel of record,
ROSE D. CHAUNCEY, Esquire of The
Decker Law Firm, P.A., 320 White Av-
enue, Post Office Drawer 1288, Live
Oak, Florida 32064, within thirty (30)
days after the first publication of this No-
tice of Action, and file the original with the
Hamilton County Clerk of the Court, Hon-
orable GREG GODWIN, whose address
is 207 NE 1st Street, Room 106, Jasper,
Florida 32052, either before service on
the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter If you fail to answer, defend or


otherwise plead to this action for reforma-
tion of deed and quiet title, a Default will
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint This Notice of
Action is executed and published pursu-
ant to the provisions of F S 49 041, et
seq Florida Statutes
DATE October 3, 2013
(Court Seal) Honorable GREG GODWIN
Clerk of the Court
Hamilton County, Florida
BY /s/Cynthia Johnson
As Deputy Clerk
10/10, 17


Solomon and Caban,
both received $1,500
scholarships, and Jeanie
Maid and Stephen Run-
ner-up, Medina and
Hernandez, received
$1,000 scholarships.
Stephen and Jeanie 2014
will be performing in a
concert on National
Stephen Foster Day at
Stephen Foster Folk Cul-
ture Center State Park
on Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014,
at 2 p.m. in the Carillon


2013 Jeanie, crowns the new



Bell Tower.
Congratulations to the
new Stephen and Jeanie
2014, Alexander
Solomon and Amanda
Caban!
There are more photos
online and photos are
available for purchase.
Go to suwanneedemoc-
rat.com (or
nflaonline.com ) and
click the photo gallery
link on the left naviga-
tion bar.


Jasper man injured


in Suwannee wreck


Continued From Page 1A


left turn. Tompkins
struck the rear of the F-
250. The Civic came to a
rest in the northbound
lane in a northwesterly
direction. Smith's vehi-
cle was moved prior to


the arrival of the trooper.
Tompkins sustained
minor injuries and was
transported to Lake City
Medical Center for fur-
ther treatment. Smith
did not sustain injuries.
Tompkins was cited
for careless driving.


One of the damaged vehicles from a Friday morning wreck.
- Photo: Jennifer Newhamrn




Suspect identified


in 2011 robbery of


convenience store


By Joyce Marie Taylor
A suspect in the 2011
burglary of the
Munchie's convenience
store in White Springs
has been identified as
Larry Leon Simpson, 35,
White Springs, thanks to
DNA evidence that was
collected at the scene, ac-
cording to White Springs
Police Department
(WSPD) Chief Ken
Brookins.
Around 6:30 a.m. on
Thursday, March 10,
2011, the WSPD was dis-
patched to the Munchies
Food Store on Roberts
Street in reference to a
burglary. It was learned
that around 2 a.m., an
unknown black male
broke the front window
of the store to gain entry
and robbed a coin vend-
ing machine of $100, as
well as stole a carton of
cigarettes and a case of
beer. The robbery was
captured on the store's
security cameras, but of-
ficers were unable to
identify the subject, the
original report stated.
Brookins said a piece
of broken glass, two par-
tial fingerprints and a
pair of work gloves were
collected as evidence
and believed to have
been left by the suspect.
"The glass had no use-
ful purpose as evidence,
so it was discarded and
the gloves were deposit-


ed into evidence," said
Brookins.
More than two years
later, on Thursday, Sept.
26, Brookins received a
letter from the Florida
Department of Law En-
forcement (FDLE) Crime
Lab referencing a DNA
sample obtained from
the leather work glove
that was left at the scene
of the crime.
"The letter stated the
sample from the glove
matched a sample sent
in by Detective Cody
McIntyre of the Colum-
bia County Sheriff's Of-
fice," said Brookins
Brookins contacted
McIntyre on Monday
Sept. 30, and was in-
formed that the case was
a burglary of a Munchies
store in Columbia Coun-
ty on June 16.
"The method used to
commit the crime was
very similar to this case,
down to the name of the
business," said Brookins.
McIntyre told
Brookins his suspect,
Larry Leon Simpson,
had cut himself entering
the business and the
DNA sample had been
obtained by swabbing
the blood at the scene
and sending it to FDLE,
Brookins explained.
The case is being
turned over to the State
Attorney's office for pos-
sible prosecution.


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 9A


Trojans topple Hornets


Hamilton County defeats

top seed in the district


Staff and Jack Howdeshell,
correspondent

The Hamilton County High School
Trojan football team defeated the top
seeded team in District 1A-5 by stop-
ping the Lafayette County Hornets Fri-
day night, Oct. 4 in Mayo. The final
score was 27-20.
With the early season games behind
them, Hamilton County now has more
confidence going forward. This win
against Lafayette is their first district
win, which puts the Trojans on a fast
track to a district title.
The game Friday night was a battle
as Lafayette proved the powerhouse
they are. However, the Trojans an-
swered and answer they did. The very
athletic and physical ball teams were,
as was evidenced, ready to play.
The Trojans took an early 7-0 lead in
the first quarter with a touchdown
catch by Malik Robinson. That score
held going into halftime. Both defenses
were effective at shutting the other
team down until four minutes were
left in the third quarter when a short
rushing touchdown by Lafayette's Ja-
juan Camacho tied the game at seven.
Hornets fans were relieved to finally
get on the board, and knew then they
had a force to be reckoned with from
Hamilton County.
The Trojans quickly quieted the
home fans by scoring on the next series
to regain the lead 14-7 they would not
relinquish.
It was the Trojans again scoring first
in the fourth quarter to make the lead
20-7, but it was Lafayette that hit on
the quick score this time to counter
and bring the margin to six with 8:02
remaining, 20-14.
With the Hornets now in striking
distance, no one was leaving the stadi-
um until the time expired. Hamilton
once again scored with just over three
minute left to take a 27-14 advantage.
With under two minutes in the game
the Hornets moved back down the
field and scored a touchdown to once
again close the gap to six. The ensuing
kickoff was covered by the Trojans and
it appeared they would claim the vic-


tory by simply running out the
clock. The next play saw the ball pop
loose and the Hornets recovered the
fumble with 1:26 on the clock and re-
mained alive for one more series.
With time running out, the Hornet's
coaching staff wasn't ready for the
post game handshakes and conceded
nothing. A well executed hook and
ladder play by the Hornets put the
Hornets inside the Trojan's 10-yard-
line and first and goal. Fans on the
home side of the field remembered the
last minute district win last season
over Jefferson County and were hop-
ing for a repeat. This time it wasn't
meant to be as the pass into the back of
the end zone with 58 seconds left was
intercepted by a Trojan defender. The
Trojans then were able to run the clock
out and escaped with a 27-20 win.
Hamilton Head Coach Blair Arm-
strong could not be more thrilled for
the team.
"Though we weren't picked to win,
we didn't let that bother us. We had a
great week of practice and are still im-
proving. We had several penalties on
several of our first half drives to stop
ourselves and keep the game close,"
said Armstrong. "We need to get rid of
the dumb penalties and protect the ball
better to continue to beat good teams.
Trojan Quarterback Anterfernee Smith
connected on four touchdown passes
to catapult him in to the top three
quarterbacks in the state in Single A,
according to max preps. He was 10 for
16 and 248 yards, the longest an 82-
yard strike to senior Jeremiah Lee.
Smith spread it around to five other re-
ceivers on the night as well. Malik
Randolph led rushers with 57 yards
and Jacari Washington had 38 as the
team rushed for 133 yards total."
This week we take no another
ranked team in Dixie County. They are
undefeated as well and probably
ranked number 1. they are a very well
balanced team and they have chosen
us for homecoming. We hope to give
them a good game.
The Trojans take on Dixie County
Friday night, Oct. 11, in Dixie County.
Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.


Justin Milton (14) and Malik Robinson (25) in a recent home game.


The Trojans at the line in a recent home


game. Photos: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)


PEE WEE FOOTBALL


Hamilton Hitchcock vs Live Oak's Gill Tire


Hamilton Hitchcock Trojans and won 12-0, however it was only 6-0 un-
Live Oak's Gill Tire Bears squared off til late in the fourth quarter.
in pee wee action Sept. 30. Gill Tire


A Trojan runs the ball.


A Hamilton Trojan runs the ball.


A l.i'.:. of... ,- . .. ."-
At the line of scrimmage.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013


THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


PAGE 9A














Sunsations re-grand opening a success


By Joyce Marie Taylor

Sunsations in Jasper held their re-
grand opening on Tuesday, Oct. 1 and
a large crowd turned out for the festiv-
ities.
Cathy Jo Foster is the owner of Sun-
sations and she decided to have a re-
grand opening of her store, which she
recently decorated for the upcoming
holiday season.
"We just decided we were going to
close for four days, re-set for the holi-
days and start anew, and we did," Fos-
ter said. "It's turned out pretty good."
Foster said she does seasonal deco-
rations all the time for different holi-
days throughout the year, but this year
she actually closed for four full days
and re-did the entire store.
"It's hard to do that kind of stuff
when you're open," she said.
Sunsations is a full florist shop cater-
ing to funerals, weddings, birthdays
and all occasions.
"Anything you want, we can do,"
said Foster. "We can do the smallest
bouquet for a wedding, to directing it
and getting you all the way down the
aisle."
Foster said she has done bridal par-
ties from two to twenty and she and
her staff can also decorate your house
or farm, or just send a birthday bou-


quet.
Sunsations provides the Spirit shirts
for Hamilton County Schools. They do
customized wreaths, and they sell
gourmet soups and dips, as well as
many other items.
For the holidays, Foster said, "You
can come in here and buy a whole tree
or you can buy an ornament."
Foster started out her career about
18 years ago doing tanning and nails
in a small shop. Then she added jewel-
ry and home decor and moved into a
larger shop at 110 Hatley Street West
in the middle of downtown Jasper.
"Then I quit doing nails, because
you just don't make any money," she
said. "When I decided to do my florist
business, it just went wild."
That was three years ago and Sunsa-
tions has made a name for themselves
in Hamilton County. Foster runs the
business with her 81-year-old grand-
mother Edna Wood and one part time
employee. If she has a big event to
handle she hires extra help.
"I love doing the flowers," she said.
"That's just my thing.
Foster's grandmother, she said, is
the actual floral designer, who used to
work for Faye's Flowers when they
had a shop in Jasper.
"She loves it," said Foster. "She's my
right hand here."


Colorful fall decor graces the front of Sunsations in Jasper Photos Joyce Mari.e Taylor
,- '^'^^^^^ H ** -.... :, '^i^fKK^H .
Colorful fall decor graces the front of Sunsations in Jasper. -Photos: Joyce Marie Taylor


A steady crowd came in to browse and buy at the re-grand opening of Sunsations.


Cathy Jo Foster (center) is in her element at her floral and gift shop.













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Customers check out all the items for sale at Sunsations.


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 reg-
ular 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 Regional Li-
brary, 1848 Ohio Ave (US 129) south of
Live Oak.


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Starting in 2014, there will be a new GED test. The
current version of the GED test is expiring at the end
of 2013 and your scores will expire too if you don't finish
and pass the test by then. Finish the test now so you
won't have to re-take the parts you've already passed.
For more information about the GED test or GED
testing centers near you, please contact:
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386-647-4200


The Suwannee County Friends of
the Library is a volunteer booster orga-
nization for the libraries of Suwannee
County, through membership and
fundraisers, such as the Great Book
Sale, all proceeds from these fundrais-
ers have been donated to enhance and
provide for library services.
For more details, call Betsy
Bergman, President of the Suwannee
County Friends of the Library, 386-
842-2953, evenings. Suwannee County
Library, 386-362-2317.


Finish your GED test by the
end of 2013 and get started
on the life you deserve.
With a high school credential,
more doors open to a better
job, college, and the respect
you deserve. The current
version of the GED test is
expiring at the end of 2013.
Answer the call today.
The primary method of registration
of Comupter Testing will be:
1) Pearson VUE call center
(1-877-EXAM GED or
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2) Online GED Testing Service' |
registration toll TESTING SERVICE'
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3) Call Suwannee Tech Center
at 386-647-420183


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013











THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE hA


Wendy's coming soon


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com

A new Wendy's Restaurant is com-
ing soon to Hamilton County. Based
on the latest information from Hamil-
ton County Economic Development
Authority Director Susan Ramsey, the


new Wendy's Restaurant will be open
for business hopefully by the end of
the month.
Lester's Grill used to occupy the
space where the new Wendy's will be
located, which is just south of the US
129 and 1-75 interchange adjacent to
the S&S Food Store.


Festival of Lights starts Dec. 6


Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center
State Park will again host the annual
Festival of Lights, displaying more than
five million lights throughout the park,
beginning Dec. 6, and running through
the holidays until Jan. 3, 2014.
The park will be open each evening
until 9 p.m., except Christmas Night,
Dec. 25.
Festival of Lights was named a Top
20 event in the southeastern United
States where visitors can enjoy award-
winning holiday sights and sounds
throughout the park. Unique holiday
light displays include majestic oak trees
decorated with thousands of lights, an
antebellum Museum dressed in full
holiday splendor, a gingerbread vil-
lage, a candy cane forest, Santa's run-
way and much more.
The park's centerpiece is the 200 foot
tall Carillon Tower, which will illumi-
nate the night sky as holiday music
rings from its bells.
Cousin Thelma Boltin's Gift Shop


will be open daily from noon until 9
p.m. Complimentary hot cocoa and
popcorn will be served nightly as the
Craft Square comes alive with demon-
strations, a bonfire, marshmallow
roasting and holiday singing for every-
one.
There will be a "flurry" of fun in the
winter wonderland, which includes
holiday music nightly from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. Weather reports have predicted a
chance of snow flurries every evening
on the hour and giant snow families
have been spotted in the area, too!
Be sure to bring the kids because San-
ta will visit the park every evening
through Dec. 24. You'll find him in the
new North Pole area.
Entrance fee during Festival of Lights
is $3 per person. The event is sponsored
by the Stephen Foster Citizens Support
Organization, and made possible by the
generous support of numerous local in-
dividuals and businesses. For more in-
formation, call 386-397-4331.


Rural Folklife Days coming Oct. 30-Nov. 1


An old familiar sign on US 129 will be coming down. -Photos: Joyce Marie Taylor


Come experience old Florida tradi-
tions 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 tradi-
tions of yesterday and today during a
three-day event to celebrate the re-
gion's rural past with hands-on learn-
ing activities.
There is much to experience. Visitors
can taste jellies and sugar cane, play tra-
ditional 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 person. For more information,
please call toll free 1-877-635-3655.


The site of the new Wendy's Restaurant in Hamilton County.


Quilt Show at Stephen Foster is Oct. 18-20


Tractor Supply announces low

cost PetVet vaccination clinics


As part of a continued commitment
to providing all your pet needs, Trac-
tor Supply Company is pleased to an-
nounce the launch of PetVet Clinic an
easy, affordable and convenient way
to protect your pet by providing all of
its vaccination needs.
Tractor Supply's PetVet Clinic, oper-
ated by PawsPlus, will be available at
the Live Oak store beginning now. For
information about clinic dates and
times, contact your area Tractor Sup-
ply store or visit
www.petvet.pawsplus.com.
PetVet Clinics will be offered a min-
imum of once a month. The clinics will
offer individual and comprehensive
vaccine packages for rabies, bordetella
and parvo, as well as microchipping
and heartworm tests and prevention.
"Our new PetVet Clinics are another
way Tractor Supply is delivering on
our commitment to be the best pet
supply store in our communities" said
John Wendler, Tractor Supply Senior
Vice President of Marketing. "This
new, low cost vaccine service is a great
complement to our broad offering of
pet foods, treats and supplies, and it
offers a high-value clinic experience
for our customers."
Each Tractor Supply PetVet Clinic,
operated by PawsPlus and available
for dogs and cats only, will be staffed
by a state-licensed veterinarian and a
service team. No appointment is nec-


essary to participate, and there is no
exam fee.
To further ensure a customer-friend-
ly experience, pet owners will be able
register on their personal handheld de-
vices and then shop in the store until
they receive a text message indicating
it's their pet's turn for the service. Dig-
ital records of the inoculations will be
kept, and clinic attendees will be ad-
vised when their pet's next vaccination
is due.


Community

Calendar
Hamilton County Democrats
Meeting are third Monday of
the month at the Jasper Public
Library at 7 p.m.

Domestic Violence Support
Group
Another Way, Inc. provides a
domestic violence support
group every Tuesday at 4 p.m.
in Jasper. If you are a current or
former survivor of domestic vio-
lence, please call 386-792-2747
for group location and to sched-
ule an intake appointment. All
services are free and confiden-
tial.


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


d ]hwh 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
386-647-4200


"16& 17year old students canjoin the class if
accompanied by a parent. However, they cannot
applyfor a concealed weapon permit until age 18."


SUWANNTE-

HAMILTONT
TECHNICAL CENTER


The 25th Annual Quilt Show and
Sale is coming to Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State Park Friday
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 Suwan-
nee River.
This year over 150 quilts of all
shapes and sizes will be on display
and many quilts will be for sale. Oth-
ers will be entered into a judged show-
ing.
Throughout the park you can also
enjoy boutiques, quilting supply ven-
dors, demonstrations, lectures, door


prizes, food and more. There will also
be a children's Garden Party for kids
who have a quilt they would like to en-
ter. All quilts must be entered by Oct.
11. Call 877-635-3655 for quilt drop off
locations.
Come spend the day or the entire
weekend at the park. Buses are wel-
come, 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 Citizen's Support Or-
ganization and the Lady of the Lake
Quilting Guild. Admission to the Quilt
Show and Sale is $5 per person at the
gate. For more information, call 877-
635-3655.


AGENDA
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Room 112 Courthouse 207 Northeast First Street
Jasper, Florida
MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 15, 2013
THE AGENDA ITEMS LISTED BY NUMBER WILL BE TAKEN IN ORDER FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE
MEETING REGARDLESS OF TIME. HOWEVER, THE TIME CERTAIN ITEMS LISTED WITH SPECIFIC TIMES
WILL COMMENCE AT THE SPECIFIED TIME.

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County looks at fire department consolidation


Continued From Page 1A

Land said a state ISO
(Insurance Service Orga-
nization) inspection was
recently done at the
White Springs Fire De-
partment and soon the
others in the county
would be inspected, as
well.
The ISO assigns a Pub-
lic Protection Classifica-
tion number from 1 to 10
after their inspection
and Class 1 generally
represents superior
property fire protection,
while Class 10 indicates
the area's fire-suppres-
sion program doesn't
meet ISO's minimum
criteria.
"There are several de-
ficiencies in White
Springs that we're trying
to work on," said Land.
"One of the things that
we must overcome is the
lack of personnel able to
respond. White Springs
is not the only fire de-
partment in the county
that has this issue. Not
only do you have to
have the correct number
of bodies, but they also
have to be trained. Just
having people on a ros-
ter does not suffice the
requirements," Land
added.
The higher an ISO rat-
ing, the higher insurance
premiums will be for
people in the county,
Land explained, and
could possibly affect
auto insurance rates, as
well
"If you're even able to
get insurance on your
property," he added.
Land has met with all
the city managers to try
to come up with the best
solution. One suggestion
was to put just the re-


spenders under the um-
brella of the county. An-
other was to combine
the entirety of each fire
department under the
umbrella of the county,
which would include all
assets and all respon-
ders.
"There's many posi-
tives and negatives to ei-
ther direction that you
go," Land told the
board. "First and fore-
most, you've still got to
have volunteers," said
Land. "You still have to
train them. There's still
going to be money spent
somewhere along the
way. It will either be the
individual departments
spending money or the
county spending money.
Someone's going to pay
the price."
Land said the small
cities within the county
cannot continue to af-
ford the expense of run-
ning their fire depart-
ments.
"Since the early 80s,
the fire department has
come from just respond-
ing to fires, to respond-
ing to a whole, broad
spectrum of emergency
response," said Land.
"The duties and de-
mands of the fire depart-
ment have greatly in-
creased over the years."
Land said he was glad
it was the board who
had to make the decision
and not just himself. He
also said the county
does, and has, support-
ed the city departments
in the past, but some
things needed improve-
ment.
"If we do not get the
appropriate personnel in
there, there's just not go-
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Land. "It has to be han-
dled where it's benefi-
cial for everyone, not
only the cities, but the
county."
Land said he is work-
ing diligently through-
out the county to get
more people trained and
that PCS will also make
sure their volunteer fire
personnel have time al-
located to go through
training.
Equipment deficien-
cies in the county is an-
other issue, such as the
Crossroads Fire Station,
which has water and ter-
mite damage, and no
safe parking in front of
the building, which was
originally constructed
by the volunteers from
rough cut lumber
cleared from the land, as
well as metal.
"If we're going to tear
it apart, we might as
well make it feasible for
future growth out
there," said Land. "That
is one of the strongest
stations we do have in
this county."
The cost of using a vol-
unteer is about 6-10 per-
cent of the cost of paying
a full time employee,
Land continued. If the
volunteers decide to
quit, the county will
need to look elsewhere
in order to provide fire
protection for all county
residents.
"It's not suited for
everyone," Land said.
"Not everyone can do
this anymore."
All current volunteers,
however, have said they
are more than willing to
participate in the train-
ing to become certified,
Land said.
"We're trying to re-
cruit people, but it's an


awful lot of time for a
person to invest in some-
thing," said Land.
"We're talking 206 hours
and then the additional
training annually on top
of that. They're going to
have another 80 manda-
tory hours a year, on top
of responding to calls.
It's still a large savings
compared to full time
employment of firefight-
ers."
Another sticking point
is that ISO does not con-
sider mutual aid in their
ratings. For instance, if
the Genoa Fire Depart-
ment, which is a county
department, responds to
a fire in the town of
White Springs, they are
considered mutual aid
because it's a separate
district and separate ju-
risdiction.
Should the county as-
sume all the fire depart-
ments they would be re-
sponsible for all person-
nel, including the volun-
teers, they would handle
all the PPE (Personal
Protection Equipment)
requirements and liabili-
ty, and all the training.
"The only thing that
White Springs would
maintain would be the
trucks and the equip-
ment," said Land.
The problem with that
scenario, Land said, is
that the county would
have no way of knowing
if the trucks are being
properly maintained be-
cause they wouldn't be
involved in that aspect.
"Whenever you're go-
ing inside a burning
structure, you want to
know in your mind that
the truck is maintained
and is going to function
as needed," said Land.
"The guys on the end of


that hose, their lives de-
pend on it."
Land explained that
he wasn't suggesting the
trucks were not being
maintained, but only
that the county would be
placed more at risk by
not having a handle on
it.
Commissioner Josh
Smith mentioned that
the Jennings Fire De-
partment received
$17,000 from the county.
He said he wanted to see
a complete breakdown
of how each fire depart-
ment used the funds that
were given to them from
the county before the
board made any kind of
decision on how to move
forward. The current is-
sues they are facing with
the fire departments,
Smith said, didn't just
get this way overnight
and are probably due to
negligence over the
years.
"Where are you
spending your money?"
Smith asked. "Show it to
me. I'm not so sure we'd
get an answer we'd like.
Holding these depart-
ments accountable for
the expenditures of this
funding is probably
where we need to start."
Another issue with
combining the fire de-
partments is the fire
chiefs. Genoa and Cross-
roads are already being
paid by the county, so
they are fine, but in Jen-
nings, Jasper and White
Springs, they are being
paid by the individual
cities. Should one of
those city fire chiefs re-
spond to a fire outside
their city they would be
considered mutual aid
by ISO and not be count-
ed in the total number of
appropriate responders


for that particular inci-
dent. It was noted that in
order for the consolida-
tion to work to satisfy
ISO requirements, the
county would have to
assume liability and
worker's compensation
for all firemen, including
the chiefs, as well as be
responsible for supply-
ing bunker gear, paying
for annual physical,
and whatever other ex-
penses that would be in-
curred for every fire em-
ployee and volunteer.
Land said that would
have an impact on his
budget.
Commission chair
Randy Ogburn said
whatever funds the
cities have been using
for the above mentioned
expenses needs to be
turned over to the coun-
ty. Land interjected that
in his conversations with
the city managers, 80
percent of their fire bud-
get goes toward liability
insurance.
The critical issue that
needs to be corrected by
Dec. 20, is to keep White
Springs from getting an
unsatisfactory ISO rat-
ing. The first step to re-
solving the issue, Og-
burn said, is to have
County Coordinator
Louie Goodin get from
each fire department a
line item budget for the
current year, which was
just approved, and the
last three years, along
with a list of the money
that has been paid per
call and how it was
spent. The matter will be
brought up again at the
next county commission
meeting for further ac-
tion.
"It's going to take
teamwork to make it
work," said Ogburn.











THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 13A


The strains of "Happy
Birthday" have not yet
died away as I hit "dou-
ble nickels", "55", on
Monday, Oct. 7. Over a
half century since my
entry into the world at
Lake Shore Hospital,
Lake City, Florida, deliv-
ered by the late Dr. Lou
Landrum. A lot of water
has run "under the
bridge" since that time,
like the old Suwannee,
some of it has been
smooth, some of it swift,
some of it peaceful and
some of it not so peace-
ful, but it has kept mov-
ing and it has been and
continues to be interest-
ing and, for that, I am
thankful, very thankful.
This is the time of year
when leaves begin to fall
from trees, love bugs
disappear, and the
weather turns a little
cooler. Autumn, or as
many folks here in our
part of the world often
say, "The Fall of the
Year", is a magical time
of year. When here in
our "beloved" homeland,
we can enjoy the out-


doors a little more and
enjoy the beauty and
uniqueness of what is
around us.
At 55, which is like
"80" for men in the
Bullard family, (We're
not here for a long time.
We're here for a good
time), I thought of some
very special places that
are dear to me, here in
our "Home Sweet
Home". They may or
may not be dear to you,
but since this past week
is my birthday, indulge
me.
Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State
Park, White Springs,
Florida, better known to
many of us who have
lived here a few days as
"The Stephen Foster
Memorial". I have a
longtime friend, raised
in Jasper, who now lives
in the metropolis of
Douglas, Georgia, which
is a metropolis com-
pared to White Springs,
who laughingly told me,
"They should call you
'Johnny Foster', as much
as you write about the


Stephen Foster, and as
religiously as you tell
everyone about how
wonderful it is." But, it
really IS that wonderful,
at least to me.
Over a half century of
association with it, pro-
grams, special events,
volunteerism, and just
plain, yes, "LOVE". I do
love it. I always have,
and I always will. This
past week I did what I
love to do best when I
am there. I bought a
good cup of coffee at
Family Traditions in
White Springs, sat in the
Ann Thomas Gazebo on
the banks of the his-
toric Suwannee River
and listened to the
largest set of tubular
bells in the world, as
they played old
Stephen's immortal
melodies, while watch-
ing the dark waters of
the Suwannee flow by. A
little bit of heaven on
earth for me, and, a great
birthday present, since
the carillon tower and I
are the same age 55. It
was dedicated in 1958,


the year of my birth.
Some wonderful
places to eat, and anyone
who has ever laid eyes
on me knows that there
is one thing for certain, "I
DID BEAT ANOREX-
IA". Just kidding, I have
never had it. I think I
was born "tired and hun-
gry" and like Scarlett
O'Hara, the heroine
of the classic move
"Gone with the Wind", if
I've ever been hungry, I
hope I will "Never go
hungry again". Here are
some favorites: Family
Traditions Grocery and
Deli, and Fat Belly's
Restaurant, White
Springs; The Dixie Grill,
Live Oak, an area insti-
tution and icon and the
H and F Restaurant in
Jasper, known to some
as the "Hog Trough",
and, for good reason,
you will "pig out" on
their fried chicken and
delectable bread pud-
ding if nothing else, and,
new on the culinary
scene in our area, Jasper
Family Restaurant and
Pizza, owned and oper-
ated by Nancy Thomas,
with her son, Jesse Mor-
row, working as chef -
truly delicious menu of-
ferings and delectable
desserts at 104 Central
Ave., Jasper. Opened
Monday through Thurs-
day, 5:30 a.m. till 2 p.m.
and Fridays and Satur-
days 5:30 a.m. till 9 p.m.
Check it out, you'll be
glad you did.
Now, I want to move
way down south in
Suwannee County to
Branford, and a big
shout out to Mr. Don
Owens, who has served


for mayor of Branford
for "many a day", but
who is "giving it up". To
me, Don Owens is as
North Florida as the
Suwannee River, and he
loved and loves Bran-
ford as much as I love
my hometown of White
Springs. I want to thank
him for all the good he
has done for Branford,
Florida, and for our part
of the world, and to say
to the folks in Branford,
"You may find someone
who loves Branford as
much as Don Owens,
but you won't find any-
one who loves it more."
A true son of the Suwan-
nee River Valley. Thank
you, Mr. Owens.
Now back up to Live
Oak and Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park,
who will begin "Mag-
ging It", Mag Fest,
Thursday, Oct. 17-20,
2013, but, right now, I
want to comment on
their wonderful blue-
grass radio program
which is broadcast live
each Saturday from 5 till
8 p.m. on 98.1 FM. Great
music, great local color
with Dr. Don Miller, the
radio host and "creative
mind" behind this won-
derful program and
Charles Cornett, Spirit of
the Suwannee Music
Park, who does a fabu-
lous job promoting the
park in every way and
who is so knowledge-
able about bluegrass
music or any genre of
music. You will have a
"toe tapping" time if you
"tune into" this radio
program on Saturday af-
ternoon.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013


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Help Wanted

Advent Christian Village
658-5627 (JOBS) for
Current Opportunities
Florida's Oldest Retirement
Community Where Excel-
lence & Compassion Come
Together
FT Assistant Director of
Nursing/Director of
Education/161-Bed SNF
Long-term care environment
with history of excellence and
innovation; unrestricted FL RN
license required, BSN desired;
direct patient care & supervis-
ory / management experience
strongly preferred; must be
very organized & computer lit-
erate, and have strong desire
to teach and good knowledge
of Florida and federal LTC reg-
ulations.
Administrative Assistant
FT position for experienced ad-
ministrative assistant. Must be
detail oriented, proficient in MS
Office Suite & Internet, organ-
ized, pleasant, professional,
and have strong customer ser-
vice & communication skills, in-
cluding proper phone etiquette.
Must have or be eligible for FL
Notary Public commission.
HSD or equivalent required.
AA or office admin certificate
preferred and prior experience
preferred.
Generous benefits include
health, dental, life, disability,
supplemental insurance; 403b
retirement with matching em-
ployer contribution; paid time
off, and access to onsite day-
care and fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personnel
Office (Carter Village Hall)
Monday through Friday from
9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or fax
resume/credentials to
(386)658-5160.
EOE / Drug-Free Workplace /
Criminal background checks
required
www.ACVillage.net.


FirstDay

S FLORIDACANCER
-S P E C I A L I S T S
& Research Institute
Office Manager
Apply online @
www.flcancer.com


YOUTH AND FAMILY
MINISTRIES
Coor of Youth & Family Minis-
tries; must be a highly motiv-
ated person of mature faith
compatible with the United
Methodist Church; experience
working with children, youth or
family ministries desired. Part
time / full time $20,000 -
$35,000 annually. Contact First
Methodist Church of Live Oak
for detailed job description:
386-362-2047 or email
liveoakfumc@windstream.net

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
HS Diploma/GED required. One
yr medical office exp. including
multi-line telephone, data entry &
customer service responsibilit-
ies. Must have knowledge of
Medicare/Medicaid/Insurance
billing/verification & electronic
scheduling system. Mail resume
o: P.O. Box 2343, Lake City, FL
32056


Help Wanted

FirstDay
NOTICE OF INTENDED
EMPLOYMENT AND RE-
QUEST FOR APPLICATIONS
The Hamilton County Board of
County Commissioners gives
notice of intent to employ a
person for the position of
ASSISTANT
GROUNDS KEEPER
This is a part-time, semi-
skilled, position for preforming
routine maintenance of county
buildings, property and other
facilities and equipment, under
the general direction of the
Maintenance Supervisor. Suc-
cessful candidate must have
knowledge of general repair
and maintenance techniques
to keep buildings, equipment
and facilities in good repair as
well as skill in using related
equipment and tools and must
have ability to supervise in-
mate labor. The Assistant
Grounds Keeper performs
grounds maintenance of
county property to include
mowing, edging and trimming.
Operates and performs pre-
ventative maintenance on as-
signed vehicles and equip-
ment. Assists in normal
cleanup activities. Performs
other duties as assigned by
Maintenance Supervisor.
In addition, the position re-
quires a current and valid
Class E, Florida driver's li-
cense (regular operator's li-
cense) with a good driving re-
cord.
A complete copy of the job de-
scription for this position may
be obtained from the Office of
the Clerk of Circuit Court, 207
Northeast First Street, Room
106, Jasper, Florida 32052.
Applications may be submitted
to the Office of Clerk of Circuit
Court, 207 Northeast First
Street, Room 106, Jasper,
Florida 32052. For considera-
tion all applications must be re-
ceived no later than 3:00pm on
Friday, October 25, 2013.
Hamilton County is a Drug
Free Workplace and an Equal
Opportunity Employer. Veter-
an's preference will apply, in
accordance with Section
295.07, Florida Statutes.



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Help Wanted

FirstDay
NOTICE OF INTENDED
EMPLOYMENT AND
REQUEST FOR
APPLICATIONS

EMS ASSISTANT
DIRECTOR
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Hamilton County,
Florida, gives notice of their in-
tentions to employ a person for
the position EMS Assistant Dir-
ector.
This position oversees the
daily operations and schedul-
ing of the Emergency Medical
Services Department. This is
a permanent, full-time position
under the supervision of the
emergency Medical Services
Director. The position re-
quires graduation from an ac-
credited college or university
as a certified Paramedic or
EMT and three (30 years of
progressively responsible su-
pervisory work in emergency
services, or any equivalent
combination of training and ex-
perience. A valid Florida
driver's license with a good
driving record and EMT or
Paramedic license is also a re-
quirement. A complete copy of
the job description for this posi-
tion may be obtained from the
Hamilton County Clerk's Office,
Courthouse, Jasper, Florida.
Applications may be submitted
to the Office of the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court, 207 Northeast First
Street, Room 106, Jasper, FL
32052. For consideration all
applications must be received
no later than 4:00pm on Fri-
day, October 18th, 2013.
Salary Range: $30,000 to
$40,774
Hamilton County is a Drug
Free Workplace and an Equal
Opportunity Employer. Veter-
ans Preference will apply, in
accordance with Section
295.07, Florida Statutes.

PART-TIME LIBRARY AIDE II
MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY
Suwannee River Regional Lib-
rary is seeking applicants for
two positions of a regular part-
time Library Aide II at the Madis-
on Public Library, Madison FL.
The applicant will work approx-
imately 21 hours per week and
also be used as a substitute. In-
terested applicants may ob-
tain an application at the
Madison, Greenville or Lee
Public Libraries, or at the
Suwannee County Building
Department, 224 Pine Ave.,
Live Oak, FL 32064, tele-
phone (386) 364-3407 or Pub-
lic Works, 13150 80th Terrace,
Live Oak, FL 32060, tele-
phone (386) 330-2131. Applic-
ants are encouraged to submit
resumes, letters of reference
and other biographical informa-
tion with their applications. This
position is open until filled. The
Suwannee County Board of
County Commissioners is an
equal employment opportunity
employer that does not discrim-
inate against any qualified em-
ployee or applicant because of
race, color, national origin, sex,
including pregnancy, age, disab-
ility, or marital status. Spanish
speaking individuals are encour-
aged to apply. "Successful com-
pletion of a drug test is a condi-
tion of employment."


Real Estate/

Lots & Acreage


Bank Approved Sale.

Smith Lake Alabama. Deep

Dockable Home Sites from

$59,900 (Take Virtual Tour

@ LiveLakefront.com). 24

Prime Lake front lots

ordered sold October 12th.

Buy at pennies on the dollar

- all must go! Open or

wooded level throughout

to the water's edge. Make

an early appointment.

Bank's loss Your gain!

Don't miss this. It's

unbelievable land at an

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Help Wanted

FirstDay
NOTICE OF INTENDED
EMPLOYMENT AND
REQUEST FOR RESUMES

MECHANIC'S HELPER
The Hamilton County Road
Department gives notice of in-
tent to employ a person for the
position of Mechanic's Helper.
This is technical work. Co-
ordination and performing the
maintenance and repair of
County owned vehicles and
equipment to include welding.
Work is performed under the
general direction of the Shop
Foreman.
Repair and overhauls County
owned cars, trucks and heavy
equipment, provide technical
mechanical work at the gar-
age and in the field, rebuild, re-
pairs and installs electrical
auto apparatus such as
starters, generators, magne-
tos, distributors, and voltage
regulators, general welding
knowledge is required, per-
forms automotive and tire re-
pair work and performs other
duties as directed.
These essential job functions
are not to be construed as a
complete statement of all du-
ties performed.
Employees will be required to
perform other job related mar-
ginal duties as required.
In addition, the position re-
quires a current and valid
Class B, Florida driver's li-
cense with a good driving re-
cord.
For more information contact
James Bell, Road Superintend-
ent, at 386-792-1500.
Applications/resumes may be
submitted to the Office of the
Hamilton County Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court, 207 NE First Street,
Room 106, Jasper, FL 32052.
For consideration all applica-
tions/resumes must be re-
ceived at the Clerk's office pri-
or to 3:00pm the 17th day of
October, 2013.
Salary Range: $20,800.00-
$21,840.00
Hamilton County is a Drug
Free Workplace and an Equal
Opportunity Employer. Veter-
ans Preference will apply, in
accordance with Section
295.07, Florida Statutes.


Business Opportunities
BEEF JERKY ROUTE
OLD TRAPPER
needs Distributor to service Con-
venient Stores. 200+ store ac-
counts. Call 512-789-3285

Lost & Found
FOUND DOG: Beautiful, sweet,
male Border Collie near SW 8th
Street in Jasper, FL. Call 386-
792-4646.
LOST MAN'S WALLET: Black in
color. Last seen at Shell Station
on SR 51 in Live Oak, FL. RE-
WARD OFFERED. Call 386-916-
9034 or 386-364-4942.

Educational

START YOUR CAREER
IN HEALTH CARE.
BECOME A CNA! Quest Train-
ing offers a professional, 40hr.
nurse taught, prep class. No
ED required if age 18. High
pass rates on state test. Day and
evening classes. 386-362-1065

Furniture
OFFICE FURNITURE for sale:
Filing cabinets, bookshelves,
desk chairs, etc. Please call 386-
935-1996 to set up an appt to
see.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED: WHOLE JUNK CARS
$300 & UP/EA. NO TITLE
NEEDED. FREE PICK UP.
386-878-9260 OR 386-752-3648



Garage/Yard Sales
17306 90th Terrace, Live Oak,
FL. Follow signs. Fri, 10/11 8am-
12, Sat 10/12, 8am-3pm. MOV-
ING SALE. Computer desk, en-
tertainment cntr, DR table, sec-
retary, portable generator, and
lots lots more.




You can Reach

Over 4 Million
Potential Buyers
for your product
through our Internet
and Newspaper
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and throughout
the Nation.

Call Treena at

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784079


Campers/RV/Sales

WE BUY
USED RV'S !
CALL 229-740-0375


Apartments for Rent

APARTMENTS TO RENT
IN LIVE OAK, FL.
MOBILE HOMES AVAILABLE
FOR RENT
N FORT WHITE AND WHITE
SPRINGS
Call 386-362-9806
or 386-623-3404.
F NEWLY RENOVATED-I
HORIZON VILLAS
1,2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Apartments
with granite countertops, stain-
ess steel appliances, new tile
resh paint. 561-998-7855


Houses for Rent

Rural beauty & privacy near 1-10
& US 90 NW of Live Oak, FL.
3Bd/1.3Ba. $775/mo. Optional
pasture available. 626-512-5374

Houses for Rent

Three Bd/Two Ba, on 1 fenced
ac. in Live Oak, FL. CH&A, dbl
carport, covered outbuilding for
rec & storage shed. $925/mo +
1st, last & $1,500 sec dep. Call
904-465-0511.

Mobile Homes for Rent

One 2Bd/1Ba $350/mo.
& One 3Bd/2Ba $385/mo
Both in Mayo, FL.
Call 386-294-2070.

Homes for Sale

FSBO: Owner financing avail-
able. Just refurbished brick home
in Jasper, FL. Call for more de-
tails. 386-303-1258.

In downtown Live Oak, FL.
3Bd/2Ba on double lot w/pecan
trees and grapevine, dbl-car gar-
age. On high ground. $150,000.
Call 386-397-0602.

Acreage/Land/Lots Sale

FOUR ACRES
O'BRIEN/McALPIN AREA
Beautiful Secluded Country Set-
ting. High & Dry. Owner Finan-
cing NO DOWN $29,900
$307/mo 352-215-1018
www.LandOwnerFinancing.com

Lots on the Santa Fe & Suwan-
nee Rivers in Hamilton County,
FL. On high ground (100' or >
above sea level) Survivalist-
ready. Call 386-397-0602 for
more information.

ONE ACRE PAVED
ROAD FRONTAGE
Beautifully Wooded, Owner Fin-
ance, No Down. $14,900. Only
$153/mo 352-215-1018
www.LandOwnerFinancing.com

TWO VACANT LOTS in down-
town Mayo, FL at 308 SE Mills
St. (Near park). $10,000.00 OBO.
Call 850-835-6803.

Motorcycles/ATV/Golf Cart

FOR SALE
1997 KAWASAKI VULCAN 800
a -yA J


Bike is a great rice. Plenty or
power with lots of style. Mustang
seat, Vance Hines pipes, sissy
bar, crash bar, running lights, Co-
bra floor boards, new battery &
luggage rack. Pirelli tires are in
good condition. Bike has skull
design throughout.
BIKE RUNS GREAT!
REDUCED-Asking $2,500.
Call or text 386-249-9432


1800S, garage-kept, fully
dressed. 13,500 mi. Asking
$4,000 OBO. Call 386-842-5173
hm, 386-590-7059 cell, Iv msg.



Home Inspections
S4pt Insurance Inspections
Wind Mitigation
Call
Paul Dial
C.R.PI.
386-364-4434 or
386-590-6534
siiwanneevalleyinspections. com
Certified
State of FL License #H11804 784025


S-FOR RENT-I


GREAT RATES FOR NICE LOOKING
RENTALS STARTING AT $300 PER MONTH
FOR SINGLEWIDES AND $450 PER MONTH
FOR DOUBLEWIDES. WATER, SEWER,
AND GARBAGE INCLUDED. NO PETS.
386-330-2567 784075


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Miscellaneous


AIRLINE CAREER

begins here Get FAA

approved Aviation

Maintenance Technician

training. Housing and

Financial aid for qualified

students. Job placement

assistance. Call AIM 866-

314-3769


Real Estate/

Land for Sale


LAND & CABIN

PACKAGE ON

CUMBERLAND


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Jennings Library gets 50K from Potash Corp


Continued From Page 1A

due to being called away
for an out of town meet-
ing, and that he sent his
regrets.
"At Potash Corp mak-
ing investments in our
community is impor-
tant," Williams said. "We
have tried to do that over
the years, and in doing
so, our partnership with
the county is very impor-
tant to us. We don't lose
track of the fact that this
is the place where we op-
erate our business."
Williams went on to
say that Potash Corp is
appreciative of the sup-
port of the board of coun-
ty commissioners, as
well as the community.
"We like to partner on
things that make sense
and give back to the com-
munity and create a lega-
cy for the people of the


community for the long
term," Williams went on.
"We focus on education
and helping feed people
and those things that re-
ally make a difference."
The White Springs Li-
brary project, Williams
said, was a pleasure for
Potash Corp. to partici-
pate in.
"That library has be-
come a hub for the com-
munity of White
Springs," he said.
Williams explained
that years ago when he
worked for the county
commissioners, one
thing they were trying to
accomplish was getting a
meeting room construct-
ed at the library in Jen-
nings.
Librarian Sandi Allen
at the Jennings library
said the project has been
on the drawing board for
about nine years await-


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ing funding. She said she
asked Williams at the rib-
bon cutting in White
Springs if she was going
to see the meeting room
completed before she re-
tired.
"He said, 'I think so,'"
Allen said.
On Tuesday, Oct. 1,
when Williams present-
ed the board with the
$50,000 check to go to-
ward constructing that
meeting room at the Jen-
nings Public Library, it
was smiles all around
from everyone.
Suwannee River Re-
gional Library Director
Betty Lawrence was on
hand at the meeting and
joined in the celebration
of the generous donation
from PotashCorp.
"I am just so excited
about this," said
Lawrence. "Jennings
Public Library is really a


bright spot in the town."
Lawrence said the Jen-
nings Library, especially
after school lets out for
the day, is so full, but it is
a problem they are hap-


py to have.
"Now we can have a
place where we can real-
ly do what we're there to
do," Lawrence said. "We
won't have to turn kids


away or worry about
managing space. I'm just
really overjoyed."
Allen said, "We are ex-
tremely excited."


Benefit for Jasper cancer victim set for Saturday


Continued From Page 1A

establishment serves al-
coholic beverages, she
wasn't able to partici-
pate due to the many
strict guidelines and
stipulations.
"After that, I said
whenever we do any-
thing having to do with
breast cancer, we're just
going to find somebody
local who can benefit
from the money we
raise," said Norris.
Last October Norris
said they raised enough
money for a Live Oak
cancer victim to help
pay for her hotel expens-
es for six weeks while


she was going through
cancer treatments.
Any and all donations
and all proceeds from
the Oct. 12 event this
year will be awarded to
Scott, who is in desper-
ate need of help as she
continues cancer treat-
ment, as well as to help
with other expenses,
such as travel, gas, and
medications.
Norris is sympathetic
to Scott's needs as both
her aunt and grandfa-
ther died from brain
cancer, so she has a spe-
cial place in her heart for
Scott. She also had an
aunt who had a mastec-
tomy five years ago and


Heart Matters by


Continued From Page 5A

assemble a quick check-
list of identifiers: You
might be bitter if...
You are convinced
that you have the worst
plight of anyone you
know...
Hear Naomi's words
in Ruth 1:13 "It is more
bitter for me than for
you...
I wonder if Naomi for-
got that Orpah and Ruth
had just lost their hus-
bands too?
You are sure that your
pain is someone else's
fault...
Bitterness always
blames, and Naomi is
blatantly blaming God
for her misfortune. Be-
fore we get too offended,
I'm convinced that
blaming God may be a
better option than blam-
ing another person. God
is longsuffering and
more than able to de-
fend Himself. One thing
is certain; Naomi be-
lieved that God is all-
powerful and that her
life was in His hands.
We just don't always
know what His plan for
our life will involve, and
sometimes, that is just
plain hard.
You suffer from a "se-
lective memory"...
In verse 21, Naomi
complains that she left
Bethlehem "full, but the
Lord has brought me
back empty." It is true


that she left with
husband and sons,
don't you find
choice of words inte
ing, that she left "fi
when their reason
going to Moab in
first place was to es
the famine in Be
hem? Were the "g
old days" really
good, or have we
forgotten there
trouble then, too?
Your identity has
overtaken by bi
ness...
I'm convinced tha
reason the Bible c
pares bitterness to a
is because unless w
tentionally dig it u
continues to grow
seen under the su
and wraps itself arc
every area of our 1
Once it does, it is e
spotted...our face
veals it, our speech
poses it, and our
tudes and behavior
play it. I suppose
Naomi's bitter root
consumed her to
point that she just d
ed to admit it..."Cal
bitter!"
So, if we have id
fied ourselves as
ter... now what? Ai
plicable story is four
Exodus 15:22-27, as
children of Israel are
beginning their jou
out of Egypt and
gone several days i
out water when
come to a place c


a cousin who had a
lumpectomy about four
years ago, so cancer is no
stranger to her.
"Breast cancer aware-
ness is my charity," Nor-
ris said. "I help with oth-
er charities, but that is
my main charity that I
try to support. I try to
find somebody from
around here who is suf-
fering from breast cancer
to donate to."
Next year, Norris said
she is going to get the
word out around July to
let people know she
wants to do a benefit for
a breast cancer victim
and that they can send
information on any po-


Angie Land
her "Marah." (Sound famil-
but iar?) Just as you would
her expect, the water at
*rest- Marah was bitter and
full," not fit to drink, but what
i for happened next is fasci-
the nating! "Moses cried
cape out to the Lord, and the
thle- Lord showed him a
good piece of wood. He
that threw it into the water,
just and the water became
was sweet."
What in the world was
been in the wood? Could it be
itter- the promise of an old
rugged cross in the dis-
it the tant future? Only
com- through that cross are
root we able to release our
7e in- bitterness, and offer for-
ip, it giveness to others, even
un- as we receive it our-
rface selves...and finally, let
found sweetness overcome the
lives, bitter...
asily
re- Because Every Heart
h ex- Matters,
atti- Angie
Sdis-
that Heart Matters is a
had weekly column written
the by Angie Land, Director
ecid- of the Family Life Min-
11 me istries of the Lafayette
Baptist Association,
lenti- where she teaches Bible
bit- studies, leads marriage
n ap- and family conferences
nid in and offers Biblical coun-
s the selling to individuals,
just couples and
rney families. Contact Angie
have with questions or com-
with- ments at
they angieland3@wind-
alled stream.net


FREEDOM IS HERE


Continued From Page 5A

that faith in Christ made
them children of God
which led to them acting
like God's children, not
the other way around.
His teaching process is
persevered within the
text of the New Testa-
ment.
We've seen what


made Paul angry. What
makes you angry as a
child of God? What stirs
your righteous indigna-
tion? If you're looking
for purpose in life, I be-
lieve that finding out
what stirs you up can
lead to your purpose be-
ing revealed. If you hate
ignorance, maybe you
should be a teacher. If


you hate injustice,
maybe you should be a
just lawyer. If you hate
corruption maybe you
should be an honest
politician.
I encourage you to
find out what you don't
like, and let that help
push you toward what
God has called you to
do!


tential candidates to her
at PO Box 634, Jasper,
Fla., 32052. The most
needy one will then be
selected for the benefit.
"I really want to keep
the money local," Norris
said. "The main reason I
bought the bar is that
I've always wanted to
help people...friends and
family, but I couldn't do
what I wanted to do fi-
nancial-wise."
Norris said she fig-
ured she'd be in a much


better position to help
people by being a busi-
ness owner, so when the
opportunity arose she
bought the bar, which
she has had for two
years now.
Norris said she likes to
do at least two benefits a
year in April and Octo-
ber for breast cancer vic-
tims.
"So even if we don't
get to them for the Octo-
ber benefit, we could
possibly get to them for


the April benefit," she
said.
Come out and enjoy
the day on Oct. 12 and
help save a life. For more
information, or if you
would like to donate
items for the auction and
raffle, please contact
Amy at 386-638-0087 or
Kimmy at 850-971-0063.
"Any donations for
the auction and raffle I
will gladly pick up,"
Norris said.


Owner Amy Norris in front of The House Saloon in Jasper. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor



Veterans Memorial Park A work in progress


Continued From Page 1A

Lambert told the com-
missioners that activity
should be picking up at
the park quickly now
with construction of the
plaza area. Some up-
coming expenses are
flagpoles and granite
wall panels. A sample of
the granite wall panel
was passed around to
the commissioners and
everyone was im-
pressed. Cost for those
granite panels is a little
over $23,000 and Lam-
bert explained that the
donation received from
PCS would be used to
pay for them as PCS had
requested.
Another $10,000 will
be spent on concrete
work for the plaza and


the granite wall, Lam-
bert explained. The wall,
he said, will be con-
structed out of concrete
and then the granite
panels will be adhered
to it, otherwise it would
cost a small fortune to
have the wall made out
of solid granite.
Once those projects
are completed, Lambert
said, there will be about
$18,000 left to begin con-
struction of the pavilion.
"During that time,
we'll continue to sell
bricks and do fundrais-
ing," said Lambert.
The wall, when com-
pleted, will have two
center panels reserved
for the 41 veterans from
Hamilton County who
have died. Then there
will be three flanking


panels on each side for
the Civil War era, WWI
and WWII, Korea, Viet-
nam and post Vietnam
eras, along with inlaid
photos and some appro-
priate text, which is be-
ing worked on by a his-
tory professor from
North Florida named
Jay Welch.
Commission Chair
Randy Ogburn said,
"I'm real excited about
this. It's going to be a
great memorial for the
veterans of our county."
Lambert said he ap-
preciates everything the
county commissioners
and PCS have been do-
ing to help the county in
a positive way.
"It's almost like giving
us back some pride,"
said Lambert


Smell the roses and


the chicken truck


Continued From Page 4A milk would build strong
bones. But for me it be-


brand new pair of jeans
with more than $3 worth
of fabric torn out of
them. Go figure.
A virtual cornucopia
of smells came from the
school lunchroom. At
the base of those emana-
tions were SPAM, home-
made soup, garden peas
that resembled china
berries and whole milk
in glass bottles with
cardboard caps. We
were told that this whole


came known as "kidney
stone helper."
Houses have smells.
The older they are, the
more particular are the
smells. I went in one not
long ago that could only
be described as "essence
of Ben Gay." Another
one I went into
screamed "Fido lives
here!".
And so it was a day
when we examined and
appreciated our sense of


smell, whether it in-
volved a poolroom ham-
burger with grilled
onions or a stagnant
Congress. We have to
take the good with the
bad. We can have dis-
criminating tastes but
when it comes to smell,
it is what is.

Dwain Walden is edi-
tor/publisher of The
Moultrie Observer, 985-
4545. Em ail:
dwain.walden@gaflnew
s.com.


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AJ/ ary Lou Bullard's life changed early this year when
she learned she had breast cancer, but she said
she never experienced any pain, before, during
and after her surgery.
Bullard is 79 years old and has been working
part time as a library aide at White Springs Public Library for al-
most 15 years.
Bullard mentioned she had a part in the construction of the new
library in White Springs. Mr. Camp was a member of the church
where Bullard attended. Before he died, she said she asked him if
he would donate some land so they could build a new library and
even sent him a letter with her request.
"Finally, he did donate the land," she said, and then later, his
family donated an adjacent parcel of land where the Camp School
House now sits.
Bullard said her ordeal started when she noticed the nipple on
her right breast had become inverted. There was no pain or any
other symptoms, she said, but she figured shed better ,iet it
checked out. She called her doctor and scheduled a niinina,,,riin
which was followed up with a biopsy and other test-.
Her doctor, Brian Pickens, a surgeon at North Fli:ilda Reliiial
Medical Center in Gainesville, called her at the librirv i:n W\Vednes-
day, March 13, to deliver the bad news that she lad bre.st ,iner
and needed surgery.
"He said, 'you want to go ahead and have the surgery aind I siaid
yes," Bullard said.
The cancer, she explained, was just beginning t:i toh' it% uitly
head in two different places in her breast.
Three days later, Bullard was in the hospital iinderiin- a iu--
tectomy, only having to stay overnight. Tests ti':, determine if thllere
was cancer in her lymph nodes came back nelati\e.
"I did all my draining at home," she said.
Throughout the entire ordeal, Bullard never id an\ pin bpii lut
"a lot of prayer went up for me," she said. "I'll ,ive all the priaiie tI:
the Lord for that."
Bullard said just last year, the day after her birthlida\iv -lshe liad t:i
have knee replacement surgery, and then month later -lshe hliad tI:
endure the breast cancer surgery.
"I didn't fall apart," she said. "I said, Lord, wlUtever \:iur 'ill is
I'll accept that."
Bullard said she came through it all like a tri:":'per. In


August she went in for a checkup and was told she was just fine
and didn't need to come back.
"I was just blessed," she said.
Bullard was back at work at the library in two weeks. She cred-
its the fact she was in good health for her quick recovery.
"I don't have any problems, except for a little high blood pres-
sure," she said.
Bullard is from Live Oak and a graduate of Suwannee High
School. She is also a veteran, having served our country from
1952-1955 working in the finance department of the United States
Air Force.
"It was a wonderful experience," she said.
She enlisted right out of high school, she said, because there
wasn't anything else to do around Live Oak. On June 8, 1956, she
married Wade Bullard and moved to Hamilton County off the infa-
mous Woodpecker Route.
"I lost Wade in 1993 from prostrate cancer," she said, and she
also worries that so many living near her have also been diagnosed
with cancer, as she named off about four others.
Bullard has two sons, the eldest of
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E G 9 < < A E 9 3 ; < I 6 9 > 4 D 8 1 D D 8 5 C 5 9 > 3 9 > 5 B 1 D ? B C 4 ? > ? D 4 5 C D B ? I D 8 5 C 5 3 ? > D 1 = 9 t > 1 D 5 4 G 1 C D 5 C b 2 E D = 5 B 5 < I B 5 4 E 3 5 D 8 5 F ? < E = 5 1 > 4 5 = 9 D 1 G 9 4 5 1 B B 1 I ? 6 D ? H 9 3 1 > 4 3 1 B 3 9 > ? 7 5 > 9 3 3 8 5 = t 9 3 1 < C b 9 > 3 < E 4 9 > 7 D ? H 9 3 8 5 1 F I = 5 D 1 < C C E 3 8 1 C < 5 1 4 b 3 1 4 = 9 E = b = 5 B 3 E B I b 3 8 B ? = 9 E = 1 > 4 1 B C 5 > 9 3 b 4 1 > t 7 5 B ? E C ? B 7 1 > 9 3 3 ? = @ ? E > 4 C C E 3 8 1 C 4 9 ? H 9 > C 1 > 4 ( M C b 1 3 9 4 1 > 4 1 3 9 4 6 ? B = 9 > 7 3 ? = @ ? E > 4 C C E 3 8 1 C > 9 D B ? 7 5 > ? H 9 4 5 C 1 > 4 C E < 6 E B 4 9 ? H 9 4 5 b 1 > 4 3 1 B 2 ? > = ? > ? H 9 4 5 n 8 5 B 5 4 ? D 8 5 C 5 D ? H 9 > C 7 ? + 8 5 f D ? r f f 6 ? ? D C = ? ; 5 C D 1 3 ; C 2 B ? 1 4 3 1 C D C ? = 5 ? 6 D 8 5 C 5 @ ? < t < E D 1 > D C 9 > D 8 5 6 ? B = ? 6 C D 1 3 ; 7 1 C 5 C b 8 9 7 8 9 > D ? D 8 5 1 D t = ? C @ 8 5 B 5 G 8 5 B 5 D 8 5 I 1 B 5 4 9 C @ 5 B C 5 4 ? 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D D ? = 1 C 8 b 6 < I 1 C 8 1 > 4 D 8 5 5 6 6 < E 5 > D ? 6 @ ? < < E D 9 ? > 3 ? > D B ? < 4 5 F 9 3 5 C n > 1 F 5 B 1 7 5 9 > 3 9 > 5 B 1 D ? B 2 E B > C f D ? > C ? 6 G 1 C D 5 @ 5 B 4 1 I b 1 > 4 6 ? E B 1 B 5 @ B ? @ ? C 5 4 6 ? B D 8 9 C C 9 D 5 n + 8 5 I G 9 < < 2 5 B 5 3 5 9 F 9 > 7 D 8 ? E C 1 > 4 C ? 6 D B E 3 ; t < ? 1 4 C ? 6 G 1 C D 5 1 > > E 1 < < I n + 8 5 I G 9 < < 2 5 3 ? = 9 > 7 6 B ? = 1 f f = 9 < 5 B 1 4 9 E C D ? D 8 9 C C 9 D 5 b D 8 B ? E 7 8 I ? E B 3 ? E > D I b ? > I ? E B B ? 1 4 C 1 > 4 8 9 7 8 G 1 I C 3 3 ? B 4 9 > 7 D ? D 8 5 > F 9 B ? > = 5 > D 1 < ( B ? D 5 3 D 9 ? > E D 8 ? B 9 D I K E 7 9 D 9 F 5 5 = 9 C C 9 ? > C 1 > 4 1 3 3 9 4 5 > D 1 < C @ 9 < < C = 1 I B 5 < 5 1 C 5 1 C = E 3 8 ? B 5 F 5 > = ? B 5 D ? H 9 3 = 1 D 5 B 9 1 < 9 > D ? D 8 5 5 > F 9 t B ? > = 5 > D D 8 1 > 4 9 B 5 3 D 5 = 9 C C 9 ? > C 6 B ? = 9 > 3 ? = @ < 5 D 5 G 1 C D 5 9 > 3 9 > 5 B 1 D 9 ? > C L + 8 5 B 5 9 C 1 < C ? D 8 5 B 9 C ; ? 6 3 1 D 1 t C D B ? @ 8 9 3 G 1 C D 5 B 5 < 5 1 C 5 C 9 > 6 9 B 5 C 1 > 4 5 H @ < ? C 9 ? > C 1 C G 5 < < n > 3 B 5 1 C 5 4 3 1 > 3 5 B B 1 D 5 C b B 5 C @ 9 B 1 D ? B I 1 9 < = 5 > D C b B 5 t @ B ? 4 E 3 D 9 F 5 1 2 > ? B = 1 < 9 D 9 5 C 1 > 4 ? D 8 5 B 8 5 1 < D 8 5 6 6 5 3 D C 1 B 5 > ? D 5 4 1 = ? > 7 @ 5 ? @ < 5 < 9 F 9 > 7 > 5 1 B C ? = 5 G 1 C D 5 t 2 E B > 9 > 7 6 1 3 9 < 9 D 9 5 C b 1 3 3 ? B 4 9 > 7 D ? C 3 9 5 > D 9 6 9 3 C D E 4 9 5 C b C E B F 5 I C 2 I 3 ? = = E > 9 D I 7 B ? E @ C 1 > 4 < ? 3 1 < @ 8 I C 9 t 3 9 1 > C n 1 > 3 5 B b 2 9 B D 8 4 5 6 5 3 D C b B 5 @ B ? 4 E 3 D 9 F 5 4 I C 6 E > 3 t D 9 ? > b > 5 E B ? < ? 7 9 3 1 < 4 1 = 1 7 5 1 > 4 ? D 8 5 B 8 5 1 < D 8 5 6 6 5 3 D C 1 B 5 1 < C ? ; > ? G > D ? ? 3 3 E B 1 D F 5 B I < ? G 5 H @ ? C E B 5 C D ? = 1 > I ? 6 D 8 5 = 5 D 1 < C 1 > 4 ? 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r n t b t b n b f PUBLIC NOTICE The Hamilton County Value Adjustment Board (VAB) for 2013 which hears taxpayer appeals regarding exemptions and value assessments will hold an Organizational Meeting to review and adopt rules and procedures for this year. The purpose of this meeting is NOT to hear appeals or consider petitions. It is for administrative and organizational purposes only. Hearings f or petitions which have been filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court will be schedules at later dates, and all petitioners will be notified by first class mail of their scheduled hearing date and time. The organizational meeting will be on Monday, October 14, 2013 at 5:05 pm in the Board Meeting Room, County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First Street, Jasper, Florida. The public is welcome to attend. Again, appeals regarding exemptions or property assessment will NOT be considered at the meeting. In accordance with Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, notice is given that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board, agency or commission, with respect to proceedings and that, for such purpose, he/she will need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. 831624 = D < 0 + 6 6 + = & 2 / % : 3 ; 3 = 9 0 = 2 / % > @ + 8 8 / / > < 3 # + ; 5 % % # 3 8 3 ? / + 5 + 8 = 2 / 7 > < 3 3 < 0 6 9 @ 3 8 1 < 9 0 3 8 / = 2 / @ / / 5 / 8 9 0 = b b b t + 8 9 0 ; 9 = 2 / ; < 3 < < > ; / = 9 = 2 ; 3 6 6 3 = < 0 + 8 < % + = > ; + B = b t 3 8 = 2 / > < 3 + 6 6 / 1 3 8 8 3 8 1 + = : 7 ; 3 + B 8 3 1 2 = 5 3 5 < 9 0 0 = 2 / 3 1 @ / / 5 / 8 @ 3 = 2 = 2 / / ? / ; : 9 : > 6 + ; + 3 8 < = ; / + 7 + 8 9 0 / 9 ; 1 3 + + 5 / B 9 > ; : 6 + 8 < 8 9 @ = 9 / : + ; = 9 0 = 2 3 < < : / 3 + 6 @ / / 5 / 8 = 2 + = + 6 < 9 3 8 6 > / < = 2 / / 1 3 8 8 3 8 1 9 0 = 2 / % 3 A = 2 8 8 > + 6 # + . 6 / 6 9 ; 3 + 5 3 5 9 0 0 = b t + = = 2 / % % # % + = > ; + B 8 3 1 2 = = b t & 2 / + 8 9 0 ; 9 = 2 / ; < 9 0 + B 9 @ 3 6 6 5 / / : B 9 > > : 9 8 = 2 + = + 8 / 0 6 9 9 ; @ 2 / 8 = 2 3 < % % # + = = 6 / 9 0 = 2 / + 8 < D @ 3 8 8 / ; ; 3 8 1 < 3 = < 9 @ 8 ; + 8 9 0 9 > 8 = ; B % 9 > = 2 / ; 8 ; 9 5 / 3 6 3 + 7 9 8 6 ? 3 < 0 + ? 9 ; 3 = / < + 8 7 9 ; / 0 9 ; 9 8 / 9 0 = 2 / / < = 8 3 1 2 = < 9 0 7 > < 3 B 9 > @ 3 6 6 / ? / ; 2 / + ; & 9 1 / = 2 / ; 0 9 ; + 9 > = / 3 1 2 = B / + ; < = 2 3 < 1 ; 9 > : 9 8 < 3 < = < 9 0 ; 9 = 2 / ; < % 9 = = + 8 / ? 3 8 + ; ; 3 8 1 = 9 8 + 8 & B 6 / ; + 8 $ 9 < < ( 3 7 / ; 6 B + 6 9 8 1 @ 3 = 2 & ; + ? 3 < # ; 3 8 / + 8 + 6 & 2 9 7 + < & 2 / < / 2 + ; @ 9 ; 5 3 8 1 1 > B < 6 9 ? / = 9 : 6 + B 7 > < 3 = 9 1 / = 2 / ; > ; 3 8 1 = 2 / 3 ; 9 0 0 = 3 7 / 0 ; 9 7 = 2 / 3 ; 4 9 < + < 0 + ; 7 / ; < 9 ; ; / = 3 9 8 + 6 9 0 0 3 / ; < + 8 9 = 2 / ; 4 9 < & 2 / + 8 2 + < + 6 @ + B < : 6 + B / 0 9 ; = 2 / 7 / 7 / ; < D 9 @ 8 / 8 4 9 B 7 / 8 = + 8 + 8 9 + < 3 9 8 + 6 @ / . 3 8 1 0 9 ; 0 ; 3 / 8 < + 8 0 + 7 3 6 B 9 ; 7 + B / + = + < 7 + 6 6 0 / < = 3 ? + 6 & 2 / B 7 + B @ / 6 6 / 9 8 / 9 0 = 2 / / < = 5 / : = < / ; / = < 3 8 6 9 ; 3 + 7 > < 3 + 6 2 3 < = 9 ; B > = 8 9 7 9 ; / 0 = / ; = 2 / + 8 D < : / ; 0 9 ; 7 + 8 / + = = 2 / + = = 6 / 9 0 = 2 / + 8 < 3 = D < @ ; 3 = = / 8 3 8 < = 9 8 / = 2 3 < + 8 ; 9 5 < + 8 3 = D < + 9 8 9 = 7 3 < < : / ; 0 9 ; 7 + 8 / 9 0 1 9 9 6 / + 8 7 > < 3 + 6 0 > 8 / ? / ; B = 3 7 / = 2 / + 8 < = / : < 9 8 < = + 1 / & 2 / + 8 3 < + 6 @ + B < / A 3 = / + 9 > = : 6 + B 3 8 1 3 8 = 2 / > < 3 + 6 6 + 8 3 8 ? 3 = / < 0 ; 3 / 8 < 0 + 7 3 6 B + 8 0 + 8 < = 9 / = 2 / ; / = 9 2 / / ; = 2 / 7 9 8 = D < 1 9 3 8 1 = 9 / + 1 ; / + = 8 3 1 2 = 0 9 ; + 8 3 8 1 < 9 9 8 D = B 9 > + ; / 0 9 ; 1 / = = 2 9 < / + 8 3 8 1 < 2 9 / < > < 3 / 1 3 8 < + = : 7 + 3 8 < = ; / + 7 + 8 1 / = < = 2 / @ / / 5 / 8 < = + ; = / ; 3 + B = b b & 2 3 < 9 > 8 = ; B % 9 > = 2 / ; 8 ; 9 5 $ 9 5 8 $ 9 6 6 6 + < < 3 ; 9 5 f < < 7 > < 3 + 8 + 6 9 8 1 @ 3 = 2 = 9 + B D < 7 > < 3 0 / + = > ; / < / 6 / = ; 3 0 B 3 8 1 < 9 6 9 < B 8 + 7 3 > 9 < + 8 : 9 @ / ; 0 > 6 ? 9 + 6 < @ 3 = 2 @ 3 ; / 6 / < < + 8 6 / + = / 2 8 9 6 9 1 B & 2 / + 8 : 6 + B < / ? / ; B = 2 3 8 1 0 ; 9 7 & 2 / + 1 6 / < 9 8 9 ? 3 6 ? 3 < > 5 / ; B + 8 + < 9 8 6 / + 8 + 8 6 + 5 / % 2 / 6 = 9 8 = 9 / ? / ; B = 2 3 8 1 3 8 / = @ / / 8 + 3 8 < = ; / + 7 + 8 2 + < < 9 7 / = 2 3 8 1 0 9 ; / ? / ; B 9 8 / + 8 7 / 7 / ; < 3 8 6 > / + 5 ; 3 8 < 9 8 ? 9 + 6 < 1 > 3 = + ; & 9 . 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b f b b n t f t b n b ( & r AGENDA BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA Room 112 Courthouse 207 Northeast First Street Jasper, Florida MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 15, 2013 THE AGENDA ITEMS LISTED BY NUMBER WILL BE TAKEN IN ORDER FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE MEETING REGARDLESS OF TIME. HOWEVER, THE TIME CERTAIN ITEMS LISTED WITH SPECIFIC TIMES WILL COMMENCE AT THE SPECIFIED TIME. LISTED ITEMS 1) COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC UNAGENDAED APPEARANCES (* 2) CONSENT AGENDA APPROVAL 3) DISCUSSION OF RURAL HEALTH CLINIC 4) VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK-STATUS REPORT 5) APPROVE BILLS 6) CORRESPONDENCE AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 7) ADJOURN TIME CERTAIN ITEMS 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER INVOCATION PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG 6:05 P.M. COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS STATUS REPORT 6:10 P.M. SHIP PROGRAM STATUS REPORT DUE TO PUBLICATION DEADLINE, THIS AGENDA MAY NOT CONTAIN ALL MATTERS BEFORE THE BOARD. A COMPLETE COPY OF THE AGENDA MAY BE OBTAINED AFTER 1:00 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2013, FROM THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT, COURTHOUSE, JASPER, FLORIDA. Persons appearing before the Board are requested, if possible, to submit in writing the subject matt er of their appearance before the Board not later than Tuesday prior to the Board Meeting the following Tu esday. (*ersons appearing before the Hamilton County Board of County Commissioners, not having given notice in time to be included and shown on the Agenda, and desiring to make a presentation, wi l l be limited to five (5 hear and listen to persons appearing whose subject has not been shown on the agenda; however, action by t he Board on any such matter can only be taken upon determination of an emergency situation. Any identi fiable group of three (310 In accordance with Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, notice is given that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board, agency or commission, with respect to proceedings and that, for such purpose, he/she will need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. NOTIFICATION: IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMODATION FOR ATTENDANCE AT THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT, ROOM 106, 207 NORTHEAST FIRST STREET, JASPER, FLORIDA, TELEPHONE (386TER THAN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDINGS. IF HEARING IMPAIRED, TDD (386 NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2013 AT 9:00 A.M. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA CONSENT AGENDA October 15, 2013 1) MINUTES APPROVE: A) October 1, 2013 Regular Meeting 1) DEPARTMENT HEADS ACTION ITEMS: 1) DEPARTMENT HEADS INFORMATION ITEMS: To Register or For Additional Information Call Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center386-647-4200The Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Centers Community Education Program Now offering Gun Safety/Concealed Weapons TrainingSaturday, October 19,2013 9:00 am 4:00 pmTraining 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 Sheriffs Office Training Room and Live Oak Police Department Firing Range Instructor: Lt. Wayne Musgrove, Jr. with the Suwannee County Sheriffs OfficeEach participant will be required to provide: HandgunAt least 50 rounds of ammunitionEye protection (sunglasses will do Transportation to the firing range 831481 & 17 year old students can join the class if accompanied by a parent. 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B ? 7 = = 8 5 + ; = = 1 ; 0 2 8 7 G < ; > ; 5 9 < = @ 2 = 1 1 7 < 8 7 5 ; 7 2 7 0 = 2 ? 2 = 2 < D % 1 ; 2 < 6 > 1 = 8 A 9 ; 2 7 2 < 2 = 8 ; < 7 = < = 3 5 5 2 < 7 < > 0 ; 7 9 5 B = ; 2 = 2 8 7 5 0 6 < 1 > ; 7 + > = = ; < 2 7 0 < 8 7 0 < 1 ; < = 8 ; B = 5 5 2 7 0 : > 2 5 = 8 7 / ; 6 < < 2 < = + 5 4 < 6 2 = 1 5 ; 7 + 8 > = 5 B < 8 9 @ = 1 6 8 7 < = ; = 2 8 7 < 8 / 8 5 / < 1 2 8 7 7 0 ; 2 7 2 7 0 7 5 ; 7 1 8 @ = 8 / 2 < 1 # > ; 5 8 5 4 5 2 / B < 2 < 5 8 7 0 < = 7 2 7 0 = ; 2 = 2 8 7 = = 1 9 ; 4 7 / 8 ; < < = > 7 = < 1 ? 9 ; = 2 2 9 = 2 7 / 2 5 = ; 2 9 < = 8 $ = 9 1 7 8 < = ; ; 4 = 8 A 9 ; 2 7 = 1 2 < ? 7 = D $ 1 8 8 5 < ; . 7 8 > ; 0 = 8 = = 7 7 8 7 G = / 8 ; 0 = = 8 9 ; ; 0 2 < = ; ? ; B 8 7 2 < @ 5 8 6 D 6 2 < < 2 8 7 2 < f 9 ; 9 ; < 8 7 D 8 ; 6 8 ; 2 7 / 8 ; 6 = 2 8 7 9 5 < 5 5 = 8 5 5 / ; . b r n f n r f f % 1 t f = 1 7 7 > 5 > 2 5 = $ 1 8 @ 7 $ 5 2 < 8 6 2 7 0 = 8 $ = 9 1 7 8 < = ; 8 5 4 > 5 = > ; . 7 = ; $ = = ; 4 ; 2 B = 1 ; 8 > 0 1 $ > 7 B = b t % 1 2 < 9 8 9 > 5 ; ? 7 = 2 7 ( 1 2 = $ 9 ; 2 7 0 < 5 @ B < ; @ < 5 ; 0 ; 8 @ < ? 2 < 2 = 8 ; < 7 3 8 B = 1 6 C 2 7 0 ; = 2 < = ; B 8 / > 7 2 : > 7 8 5 8 ; / > 5 : > 2 5 = < 2 7 = ; 7 : > 2 5 < = = 2 7 0 5 8 7 0 = 1 1 2 < = 8 ; 2 7 6 3 < = 2 $ > @ 7 7 . # 2 ? ; % 1 2 < B ; 8 ? ; b f : > 2 5 = < 8 / 5 5 < 1 9 < 7 < 2 C < @ 2 5 5 + 8 7 2 < 9 5 B 7 6 7 B : > 2 5 = < @ 2 5 5 + / 8 ; < 5 = 1 ; < @ 2 5 5 + . 7 = ; 2 7 = 8 3 > 0 < 1 8 @ 2 7 0 % 1 ; 8 > 0 1 8 > = = 1 9 ; 4 B 8 > 7 5 < 8 7 3 8 B + 8 > = 2 : > < : > 2 5 = 2 7 0 < > 9 9 5 B ? 7 8 ; < 6 8 7 < = ; = 2 8 7 < 5 = > ; < 8 8 ; 9 ; 2 C < / 8 8 7 6 8 ; % 1 ; @ 2 5 5 5 < 8 + 1 2 5 ; 7 G < ; 7 ; = B / 8 ; 4 2 < @ 1 8 1 ? : > 2 5 = = 1 B @ 8 > 5 5 2 4 = 8 7 = ; 5 5 : > 2 5 = < 6 > < = + . 7 = ; + B = b b 5 5 r n f n r f f / 8 ; : > 2 5 = ; 8 9 8 / / 5 8 = 2 8 7 < 8 6 < 9 7 = 1 B 8 ; = 1 . 7 = 2 ; @ . 4 7 = = 1 9 ; 4 > < < ; @ 5 8 6 < 8 ; 0 2 < = ; B 8 > ; 0 ; 8 > 9 + > < 7 = 1 9 ; 4 @ 2 5 5 1 ? 0 8 8 2 + 0 < @ 2 = 1 8 8 ; 9 ; 2 C < ; B / 8 ; B 8 > > 9 8 7 ; ; 2 ? 5 % 1 . ? 7 = 2 < < 9 8 7 < 8 ; + B = 1 $ = 9 1 7 8 < = ; 2 = 2 C 7 G < $ > 9 9 8 ; = ; 0 7 2 C = 2 8 7 7 = 1 B 8 / = 1 4 > 2 5 = 2 7 0 > 2 5 6 2 < < 2 8 7 = 8 = 1 > 2 5 = $ 1 8 @ 7 $ 5 2 < f 9 ; 9 ; < 8 7 = = 1 0 = 8 ; 6 8 ; 2 7 / 8 ; 6 = 2 8 7 5 5 r n f n r f f r ( ) + % ) ( ( ) ) ( r t b n f t < 9 ; = 8 / 8 7 = 2 7 > 8 6 6 2 = 6 7 = = 8 9 ; 8 ? 2 2 7 0 5 5 B 8 > ; 9 = 7 . < % ; = 8 ; $ > 9 9 5 B 8 6 9 7 B 2 < 9 5 < = 8 7 7 8 > 7 = 1 5 > 7 1 8 / = = 5 2 7 2 7 < B / / 8 ; + 5 7 8 7 ? 7 2 7 = @ B = 8 9 ; 8 = = B 8 > ; 9 = + B 9 ; 8 ? 2 2 7 0 5 5 8 / 2 = < ? , 2 7 = 2 8 7 7 . < % ; = 8 ; $ > 9 9 5 B G < = = 5 2 7 2 8 9 ; = + B @ < 5 > < @ 2 5 5 + ? 2 5 + 5 = = 1 2 ? 4 < = 8 ; + 0 2 7 7 2 7 0 7 8 @ D 8 ; 2 7 / 8 ; 6 = 2 8 7 + 8 > = 5 2 7 2 = < 7 = 2 6 < 8 7 = = B 8 > ; ; % ; = 8 ; $ > 9 9 5 B < = 8 ; 8 ; ? 2 < 2 = @ @ @ 9 = ? = 9 @ < 9 5 > < 8 6 = = 5 2 7 2 < @ 2 5 5 + 8 / / ; 6 2 7 2 6 > 6 8 / 8 7 6 8 7 = 1 D % 1 5 2 7 2 < @ 2 5 5 8 / / ; 2 7 2 ? 2 > 5 7 8 6 9 ; 1 7 < 2 ? ? , 2 7 9 4 0 < / 8 ; ; + 2 < + 8 ; = 5 5 * 7 9 ; ? 8 < @ 5 5 < 6 2 ; 8 1 2 9 9 2 7 0 7 1 ; = @ 8 ; 6 = < = < 7 9 ; ? 7 = 2 8 7 D D D E > ; 7 @ = = 5 2 7 2 < ; 7 8 = 1 ; @ B % ; = 8 ; $ > 9 9 5 B 2 < 5 2 ? ; 2 7 0 8 7 8 > ; 8 6 6 2 = 6 7 = = 8 + = 1 + < = 9 = < > 9 9 5 B < = 8 ; 2 7 8 > ; 8 6 6 > 7 2 = 2 < F < 2 8 1 7 ( 7 5 ; % ; = 8 ; $ > 9 9 5 B $ 7 2 8 ; 2 ; < 2 7 = 8 / ; 4 = 2 7 0 D E % 1 2 < 7 @ 5 8 @ 8 < = ? , 2 7 < ; ? 2 2 < 0 ; = 8 6 9 5 6 7 = = 8 8 > ; + ; 8 8 / / ; 2 7 0 8 / 9 = / 8 8 < = ; = < 7 < > 9 9 5 2 < 7 2 = 8 / / ; < 1 2 0 1 ? 5 > 5 2 7 2 A 9 ; 2 7 / 8 ; 8 > ; > < = 8 6 ; < F D 1 % ; = 8 ; $ > 9 9 5 B = = 5 2 7 2 8 9 ; = + B @ < 5 > < 7 ? 2 5 + 5 / 8 ; 8 0 < 7 = < 8 7 5 B @ 2 5 5 + < = / / + B < = = 5 2 7 < ? = ; 2 7 ; 2 7 7 < ; ? 2 = 6 D 8 9 9 8 2 7 = 6 7 = 2 < 7 < < ; B = 8 9 ; = 2 2 9 = 7 = 1 ; 2 < 7 8 A 6 / . % 8 / > ; = 1 ; 7 < > ; > < = 8 6 ; / ; 2 7 5 B A 9 ; 2 7 9 = 8 @ 7 ; < @ 2 5 5 + + 5 ; 0 2 < = ; 8 7 = 1 2 ; 9 ; < 8 7 5 1 7 1 5 ? 2 < 7 = 1 7 < 1 8 9 2 7 = 1 < = 8 ; > 7 = 2 5 = 1 B ; 2 ? = A = 6 < < 0 2 7 2 = 2 7 0 2 = G < = 1 2 ; 9 = G < = > ; 7 / 8 ; = 1 < ; ? 2 D 2 0 2 = 5 ; 8 ; < 8 / = 1 2 7 8 > 5 = 2 8 7 < @ 2 5 5 + 4 9 = 7 5 2 7 2 = = 7 . < @ 2 5 5 + ? 2 < @ 1 7 = 1 2 ; 9 = G < 7 A = ? , 2 7 = 2 8 7 2 < > ) % & & $ $ % $ ( % % ( ) ) ) + $ ) % $ $ ( n % # # $ ) n $ r f . = 2 7 0 ; = 1 2 ; 8 7 B 8 / = 1 6 8 7 = 1 = = 1 < 9 ; > + 5 2 2 + ; ; B = 9 6 r f n r f r b 7 8 = 1 ; ( B 7 9 ; 8 ? 2 < 8 6 < = 2 ? 2 8 5 7 < > 9 9 8 ; = 0 ; 8 > 9 ? ; B % > < B = 9 6 2 7 < 9 ; / B 8 > ; > ; ; 7 = 8 ; / 8 ; 6 ; < > ; ? 2 ? 8 ; 8 / 8 6 < = 2 ? 2 8 5 7 9 5 < 5 5 n r t t / 8 ; 0 ; 8 > 9 5 8 = 2 8 7 7 = 8 < 1 > 5 7 2 7 = 4 9 9 8 2 7 = 6 7 = 5 5 < ; ? 2 < ; / ; . 7 8 7 / 2 7 = 2 5

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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. 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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. Regular exercise can help women lower their risk of developing breast cancer. 806505 Guaranteed Home EVERY Weekend! Company: All Miles PAID (Loaded or Empty Lease: To Own NO Money Down, NO Credit Check! 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