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The Jasper news
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Sen. Montford

to hold mobile

office hours

Nov.10
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Senator Bill Montford
will be holding mobile of-
fice hours in Hamilton
County on Tuesday, Nov.
19, from 2-5 p.m. at the
Hamilton County Court-
house Annex, 1153 US
Hwy. 41 NW, Suite 8,
SEE SEN., PAGE 14A


Tickets for

breakfast

with Santa

now available
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
The town of White
Springs is pleased to an-
nounce another year of the
cherished holiday event,
Breakfast with Santa, for
the local kids in White
Springs, that will be held at
Nelly Bly's Kitchen inside
Stephen Foster Folk Cul-
ture Center State Park on
Saturday, Dec. 14, begin-
ning at 10 a.m.
There will be one ticket
per child and an adult
must accompany them to
the event. The meal will be
offered to the child only.
This annual event is
sponsored by the town of
White Springs. Please con-
tact the White Springs Po-
lice Department for tickets
at 386-397-2222.


Pilot study

on sinkholes

kicks off

Professional
geologists talk
sinkholes 101
By Andrew McGee
andrew.mcgee@gaflnews.com
Florida Geological Sur-
vey (FGS) engineers from
the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection
(FDEP) held a meeting at
the Suwannee County
Emergency Operations
Center Wednesday to kick-
off the pilot study of sink-
holes in Florida, in which
Suwannee, Hamilton and
Columbia counties will be
the study areas.
DEP's John Arthur intro-
duced Professional Geolo-
gists Clint Kromhout and
Alan Baker who conducted
a presentation and are the
principle leads on the pro-
ject.
"They're the scientific
leads on this statewide
project for mapping sink-
hole probability," said
Arthur.


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Jasper teen dies in


single vehicle crash
By Joyce Marie Taylor ..
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
A Jasper teen was killed
in a single vehicle crash in .
Hamilton County early
Sunday morning, accord-
ing to a press release from
the Florida Highway Pa-
trol.
Reports state that on
Sunday, Nov. 10, at 1:10
a.m., William Katelyn
Mitchell, an 18-year-old
female from Jasper, was
traveling eastbound on
SW 107 Avenue, four
miles southwest of Jasper
in a 2000 Chevy 1500 pick-
up. ,
FHP stated that accord- _5 .:,L. "- .
ing to preliminary find- ," .^ "^' "
ings, Mitchell was travel-


SEE JASPER, PAGE 14A


William Katelyn Mitchell
crash. Courtesy photo


died from injuries sustained in this single vehicle


White
Springs
Fire Dept.
update

Town seeking
corrections to
deficiencies
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
The town of White
Springs is continuing their
efforts to rectify issues with
the volunteer fire depart-
ment and Insurance Service
Organization (ISO) ratings,
according to Town Manag-
er Bob Farley.
The ISO helps establish
appropriate fire insurance
premiums for residential
and commercial properties
by doing regular inspec-
tions and passing along
their findings to insurance


SEE WHITE, PAGE 14A


Large turnout for Veterans Day in Jasper
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com


Veterans Day was celebrated in grand style
in the city of Jasper at the courthouse annex on
the grounds of Veterans Memorial Park, which
is currently under construction.
Master Sergeant Paul Allen with the Joint
Force Headquarters in St. Augustine was the
master of ceremonies, filling in for Hamilton
County Veterans Service Officer Clay Lambert.
Allen is a Hamilton County resident and a cap-
tain at Hamilton Correctional Institution in
Jasper.
Minister Vincent Lanier led a touching open-
ing prayer asking God to watch over all U.S.
soldiers and to bring them safely home.


SEE LARGE, PAGE 9A


A large crowd came out for Veterans Day services in Jasper.


Record turnout for Rural Folklife Days
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylorggaflnews.com

Thousands of people, es-
pecially kids on school field
trips, converged on Stephen
Foster Folk Culture Center
State Park for Rural Folklife
Days to experience old Flori-
da traditions over a three-
day span from Wednesday,
Oct. 30 through Friday,
Nov. 1.
As in years past, Rural
Folklife Days featured
demonstrators who show-
cased Florida traditions to
celebrate the region's rural
past with hands-on learning
activities for all the kids who
Leather engraving was one of the highlights of Rural Folklife Days for these
young girls. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor SEE RECORD, PAGE 8A


A proud salute to veterans in White Springs


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Students at South Hamil-
ton Elementary in White
Springs presented a wonder-
ful and touching salute to
our nation's veterans Friday
afternoon in honor of Veter-
ans Day, which was Mon-
day, Nov. 11.
The auditorium was filled
with students, parents,
teachers, guests and local of-
ficials, including Hamilton
County School Board mem-
ber Johnny Bullard and
White Springs Mayor Helen
Miller.
The program, which was
emceed by first grade
teacher Penny Mickler, was
filled with honorary salutes
to all branches of the United
States military, as students


South Hamilton Elementary auditorium was packed for a Veterans Day pro-
gram by students. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor


recited poems, gave speech-
es and sang patriotic songs.
The pre-K kids seemed to be
the crowd favorite as they
sang "Yankee Doodle
Dandy", and they were re-


warded with loud applause
from the audience.
South Hamilton Elemen-
tary would like to honor and
thank all of the veterans who
have served our great nation.


-Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor


Local
involved in
Suwannee
crash
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
An early morning
rollover crash in Suwan-
nee County on Sunday left
two with minor injuries,
according to the Florida
Highway Patrol.
Reports show that on
Sunday, Nov. 10, at 5:35
a.m., a 2011 Chevrolet
Cruze driven by Whitney
Erin Dubose, 23, Live Oak,
was traveling north on CR
417, just south of 1-10,
when the driver fell asleep,
causing the vehicle to steer
east off the roadway. The
vehicle rotated in a clock-
wise direction and over-
turned, coming to final
rest on the east shoulder of
CR 417 facing east on its
roof.
Both the driver and pas-
senger, Brooke Alexandria
Ross, 21, Jasper, sustained
minor injuries in the crash
and were transported to
Shands Live Oak Regional
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Planning Council receives 2 national awards


Gainesville, FL The North Central
Florida Regional Planning Council re-
ceived 2013 Innovation Awards from
the National Association of Develop-
ment Organizations Research Founda-
tion for the Fish Natural North Florida
Regional Marketing Campaign and the
North Central Florida Regional Haz-
ardous Materials Exercise.
The National Association of Devel-
opment Organizations is a Washing-
ton, D.C.- based association that pro-
motes programs and policies that
strengthen local governments, commu-
nities and economies through regional
cooperation, program delivery and
comprehensive strategies. The Associ-
ation's Innovation Awards program
recognizes regional development orga-
nizations and partnering organizations
for improving the economic and com-
munity competitiveness of our nation's
regions and local communities. Award
winners were showcased during the
National Association of Development
Organizations 2013 Annual Training
Conference held August 24-27, 2013 in
San Francisco, California. Two projects
completed by the North Central Flori-
da Regional Planning Council received
2013 Innovation Awards for their cre-
ative approach to regional community
and economic development.
The first Innovation Award was for
the Fish Natural North Florida Region-
al Marketing Campaign. To capitalize
on the $7 Billion spent annually on
fishing related activities in Florida, the
North Central Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council, in conjunction with The
Original Florida Tourism Task Force,
implemented a region-wide promo-
tional campaign titled, "Fish Natural
North Florida," designed to elevate the
status of the region as a prime fishing
destination. The focus of the campaign
was the southeastern United States, the
most likely drive market for the re-
gion.
The campaign began with the launch
of the Fish Natural North Florida web
site, www.fnnf.org. The website fea-
tures all the information that a visiting
angler needs about fishing in the re-
gion, from species characteristics to
boat ramps, marinas and lodging.
Next, 100,000 fishing maps/placemats
were printed for distribution to local
restaurants and visitor centers
throughout the region. The
maps/placemats were designed to
pique the interest of diners in fishing
opportunities in the region, as well as
drive traffic to the fishing website for


more information. In addition, two
press familiarization tours were con-
ducted throughout the region to ex-
pose fishing and travel writers to the
abundant opportunities for anglers in
the region. The first tour focused on
saltwater fishing, while the second fo-
cused on freshwater.
The second Innovation Award was
for the North Central Florida Regional
Hazardous Materials Exercise. Florida
has established regional Local Emer-
gency Planning Committees under the
Federal Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act. The
North Central Florida (District 3) Local
Emergency Planning Committee con-
ducts hazardous materials emergency
response planning, training, compli-
ance assistance and exercising for the
north central Florida region.
The Local Emergency Planning
Committee, with staff support from the
North Central Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council, conducted a full scale
hazardous materials emergency re-
sponse exercise. This exercise involved
a variety of different departments and
combined many different objectives
addressing both hazardous materials
response and interoperable communi-
cations to increase the learning oppor-
tunities for participants. The exercise
was conducted on the Council office
property. A portion of the Council of-
fice property is used for hazardous ma-
terials training and includes hazardous
materials training props, such as a
gasoline tanker truck and an anhy-
drous ammonia nurse tank.
"For nearly 30 years, the National
Association of Development Organiza-
tions' Innovation Award has provided
regional development organizations
the opportunity to be recognized for
their hard work and dedication to pro-
moting economic development in rural
and small metropolitan communities
across the country. Building on the
unique strengths and challenges of
each region and community, award re-
cipients continue to promote sustain-
able economic growth not only now,
but for many years to come. And I am
pleased to announce that this year over
100 regional development organiza-
tions were selected to receive the Na-
tional Association of Development Or-
ganizations' 2013 Innovation Award,"
said President John Leonard, Executive
Director of the Southern Georgia Re-
gional Commission in Valdosta, Geor-
gia.
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L to R: Commissioner Rick Davis, Madison County, North Central Florida Regional Planning Coun-
cil Executive Committee Member, Mayor Garth Nobles, Jr., City of Live Oak, Chair of the North
Central Florida Regional Planning Council, Mayor Carolyn Spooner, City of Starke, Vice-Chair of
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nomic development organizations and
local governments, promotes regional
strategies, partnerships and solutions
to strengthen the economic competi-
tiveness and quality of life of the 11
counties and 33 incorporated munici-
palities in the north central portion of
Florida. The Council, whose members
are local elected officials and guberna-
torial appointees, administers a variety
of state and federal programs for north
central Florida including Alachua,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwan-
nee, Taylor and Union Counties. Pro-
grams include development of the
Comprehensive Economic Develop-
ment Strategy, the Strategic Regional
Policy Plan, technical assistance to lo-


cal governments in development of
comprehensive plans, land develop-
ment regulations and grant manage-
ment, and administration of develop-
ments of regional impact, local mitiga-
tion strategies, hazardous materials,
homeland security and economic de-
velopment programs. In addition, the
Council staffs the Metropolitan Trans-
portation Planning Organization for
the Gainesville Urbanized Area, the
North Central Florida Local Emer-
gency Planning Committee, the North
Central Florida Regional Hazardous
Materials Response Team and The
Original Florida Tourism Task Force.
The Council's offices are located in
Gainesville. More information about
the Council can be found at ncfrpc.org.


First National Bank and Hamilton

County Bank reunion dinner


All employees, officers, and direc-
tors of The First National Bank of
Live Oak and The Hamilton County
Bank of Jasper and their spouses or
guests are invited to a complimenta-
ry reunion dinner at the Rumph
Dining Room in the Phillips Center


at the Advent Christian Village in
Dowling Park, Fla. on Saturday,
Dec. 7, 2013 at 6 p.m. Please RSVP
by calling the Advent Christian Vil-
lage Guest Services at 386-658-5200
by Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013 to
make dinner reservations.


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

Nov. 2, Benjamin
Franklin Bell, 40, 1494
Berry St., Jennings, Fla.,
dwls knowingly, bat-
tery, HCSO-Fouraker
Nov. 2, James Robert
Webster, 29, 762 Javelin
Way, Bear, Del., dwls
knowingly, DOA-John-
son
Nov. 4, Jonathan
Lamar Howell, 31,1703
Plum St., Jennings, Fla.,
narcotics equipment,
HCDTF-Cheshire
Nov. 4, Joshua Allen
Hayes, 22, 5659 NW 49
St., Jasper, Fla., poss.
narcotics equip.,
HCDTF-Cheshire
Nov. 4, Allen Michael
Hurst, 24, 4688 NW 60
Dr., Jennings, Fla., poss.
methamphetamine,
poss. narcotic equip-
ment, bond revocation,
HCDTF-Cheshire
Nov. 4, Timothy
Daniel Wells, 24, 10888
NW 37 Way, Jasper,
Fla., deliver, poss. opi-
um, poss. narcotic
equipment, HCDTF-
Brownfield
Nov. 5, Joshua Dylan


Barwick, 21, 3878 NW
91 Lane, Jasper, Fla.,
vop, sale of cannabis,
poss. w/intent to sell
marijuana, P&P- Bristol
Nov. 6, Wanda Gail
Zanders, 34, 1270 Bee
St., Jennings, Fla., ex-
pired dl, no seatbelt, ob-
struct by disguised per-
son, poss. marijuana not
more than 20 grams,
HCDTF-Cheshire
Nov. 8, Cesar Hernan-
dez, 45, in transit, hold
for US Marshal, HCSO-
Byrd
Nov. 9, Alprentice
Pinkney, 42, 10824 NW
38 Terr., Jasper, Fla., pe-
tit theft, HCSO-How-
ell / Cribbs
Nov. 9, Willie Charles
Zanders, 35, 1270 Bee
St., Jennings, Fla., resist
w/o violence, JAPD-
Davis
Nov. 10, Carlos
Emanuel Reyes, 24,
10877 119 Rd., Live Oak,
Fla., no valid dl, JAPD-
Davis
Nov. 10, Thomas
William Wolcott, 57,
11156 101 Ave. No.,
Seminole, Fla., out of
county warrant, Pinellas
Cty., walk-in, HCSO
Nov. 10, Joseph L.
Wheeler, 29, 615 Or-
chard St. SW, Live Oak,
Fla., out of county war-
rant, WSPD-Golub


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013












November is National American Indian Heritage Month


Celebrating the contributions of Native Ameri-
cans, White Springs Mayor Helen Miller proclaimed
November as National American Heritage Month in
a signing ceremony with Catherine Summers, Re-
gent of the Edward Rutledge Chapter of the Nation-
al Society of the Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion (NSDAR) based in Lake City.
Native American Awareness Week began in 1976
and recognition was expanded by Congress and ap-
proved by President George Bush in August 1990,
designating the month of November as National
American Indian Heritage Month.
"Since 1936, the DAR has made it a priority to pro-
vide financial and educational support to Native
American youth and, since its establishment in 1990,
to promote the observance of Native American Indi-
an Heritage Month," stated Summers. "The native
American Indians have helped shape our nation
through their hardships of survival, religious cere-
monies, and social and political contributions. This
month is a way for us to honor that history."
Tracy Woodard's "The Documented History of
White Springs, Florida," states, "The Timucua peo-
ple lived in the North Central part of Florida in 1500
AD. Many chiefs governed the Timucuans and each
chiefdom spoke a dialect of the Timucuan language.
At White Springs, the Utino tribe lived on the east
side of the Suwannee River and they participated in
the Suwannee Valley culture. On the west side of the
Suwannee where the town of White Springs sits, the
Yustaga tribe of the Timucuas lived and participated
in the Leon-Jefferson culture of their time. The
Yustagas are thought to have spoken the Potano di-
alect (Milanich). All tribes of the Timucuan people
were similar in religion and custom."
"The White Sulphur Spring serves as an important


Hamilton County

Alcohol and Other Drug

Prevention Coalition

Volume 1, Issue 1


Welcome to our first
newsletter
The Hamilton County
Alcohol and Other Drug
Prevention Coalition is
one of 55 community
prevention coalitions
throughout the state of
Florida. We are commit-
ted to working to make
our community a safe
and healthy community
for our youth and our
families.
Hamilton County Al-
cohol and Other Drug
Prevention Coalition
(the Coalition) has been
serving our community
by partnering with com-
munity stakeholders to
reduce substance use
among our youth and
the related conse-
quences. We are also
working toward reduc-
tion of substance abuse
among our adults as
they are the role models
for our youth.

Recent newsworthy
events
HCHS homecoming
activities: On Friday,
Oct.18, our Youth Part-
ners, SWAT and Explor-
ers participated in the
parade. Our Coalition
also sponsored tables
with free information
and promotional items
at the homecoming
game. We also provided
small footballs with a
prevention message that
were given away during
the game by the cheer-
leaders.
Prescription drug take
back day: On Saturday,
Oct. 26, the Sheriff's
Drug Task Force and the
White Springs Police De-


apartment conducted the
free prescription drug
take back day. We sup-
ported the program by
advertising the event
and encouraging our
law enforcement to con-
tinue this valued pro-
gram.
Red ribbon week: The
Hamilton County SWAT
Chapter took the lead in
celebrating Red Ribbon
Week at Hamilton
County High School.
They planned activities
for each day of the week
and focused on getting
the message out to be
drug free to all students.
We assisted by provid-
ing supplies for their ac-
tivities. Also, most of the
elementary schools par-
ticipated in the celebra-
tion. We believe preven-
tion begins with aware-
ness. We have to educate
our youth of the harm of
drugs to help them make
wise choices.

Announcements
Our next meeting is
scheduled for 9 a.m. on
Nov. 19. We will be
meeting at the Culinary
Arts Center at HCHS.
The high school is locat-
ed on US Highway 129
just south of Jasper.
If you are interested in
the prevention and elim-
ination of underage
drinking and other drug
use within Hamilton
County, please see what
our meetings are all
about. The Coalition
meets the third Tuesday
of the month. For more
information call Grace
McDonald at 386-702-
9388 or 386-855-1410.


Donate your



old cars

People may be thinking of donating their old
cars as part of a clean up. The Boys and Girls
Clubs would be happy to take their old cars.
People donating to the Clubs will not only get
rid of the unwanted car but will be contribut-
ing to the clubs. Boys and Girls Clubs really
work with kids in most communities and offer
a safe place for them. If you wish to donate a
car, call 800-246-0493. Not only will donators
be helping the kids, they will be able to take
sale price as a contribution for income tax pur-
poses.


historical intersection between the area's native
Americans and its European settlers," said
Miller. "The spring was sacred to natives who de-
creed a five or seven mile radius around the spring
as neutral ground for healing and peaceful activity.
Settlers such as Bryant Sheffield moved to the area in
1836 in order to benefit from its medicinal spring
waters. We have an obligation to the spring to exert
our best efforts to restore its flow for future genera-
tions. The health of our community is tied to the
health of the Floridan Aquifer, the White Sulphur
Spring and our beloved Suwannee River," Miller
added.
"During the last 20 years, many people have said
that the White Suphur Spring is dead and will never
flow again," Miller continued. "Yet we now
have seen the spring flowing for the last two
months. This may be due to record rainfall in the
Southeastern states, reductions in over-pumping by
industrial users, or by the opening of a new solution
tube providing water to the spring. Whatever the
reason, it provides proof that the physical structure
of the spring is intact, and that restoration of the
aquifer to pre-development levels will result in
restoration of the White Sulphur Spring."
"We in White Springs extend our appreciation to
the Edward Rutledge Chapter of the DAR for their
efforts promoting the observance of National Amer-
ican Indian Heritage Month, as we embrace the cus-
toms and traditions of native Americans who under-
stood the value of respecting our environment and


(L-R) Mayor Helen Miller and DAR Regent Catherine Sum-
mers.

natural resources," Miller concluded.
The Edward Rutledge DAR Chapter in Lake
City is composed of members from Alachua, Baker,
Columbia, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee
and Union counties. Their motto is "Preserve the
Past, Enhance the Present, and Invest in the Future."


Carree Olshansky will serve as

SRWMD's water conservation specialist


Carree Olshansky joined the Suwannee River Wa-
ter Management District (District) as a water conser-
vation specialist within the Water Supply Division
on Oct. 28. In this capacity, she will develop plans
and outreach activities to promote and implement
water conservation throughout the District. She will
also evaluate water conservation potential for all wa-
ter use types within the District, track water conser-
vation efforts, and educate various stakeholder
groups on water-efficient practices.
This is a new position to implement a recommen-
dation in the District's 2010 Water Supply Assess-
ment report.
Prior to joining the District, Olshansky spent the
last five years as a senior product marketing special-
ist, where her duties included marketing, communi-
cations, public and media relations, web and print
content development, and event planning.
Olshansky holds a B.S. in Business Administra-
tion/Finance and Economics from the University of
Florida and a M.B.A. in Environmental Business
Management from Florida Atlantic University.
An avid cave diver, Olshansky is a member of the
National Speleological Society-Caving Diving Sec-
tion.
"As a cave diver, I have become very passionate
about protecting Florida's freshwater springs," said
Olshansky. "I am very excited to now live and work
in the District, putting my passion to good use."
"The District welcomes Carree Olshansky to our
team," said District Executive Director Ann Short-
elle. "I believe her expertise and experience will help

November is National

Family Caregivers Month


Family Life Care, a
home care company that
provides services locally,
would like to acknowl-
edge all care givers who
give of themselves every
day to care for others.
Two out of every five
American adults are car-
ing for a loved one. With
the increasing number of
Americans suffering
from Alzheimer's dis-
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time care is compound-
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OPINION


Does Washington know best?


According to some estimates, there
are more than 100 million traffic sig-
nals in the U.S., but whatever the
number, how many of us would like
Washington, in the name of public
health and safety, to be in sole charge
of their operation? Congress or a com-
mittee it authorizes would determine
the position of traffic signals at inter-
sections, the length of time the lights
stay red, yellow and green, and what
hours of the day they can be flashing
red.
While you ponder that, how many
Americans would like Washington to
be in charge of managing the delivery
of food and other items to the nation's
supermarkets? Today's average well-
stocked U.S. supermarket stocks
60,000 to 65,000 different items from
all over the U.S. and the world. Con-
gress or some congressionally created
committee could organize the choice
of products and their prices. Maybe
there'd be some cost savings. After all,
what says that we should have so
many items from which to choose?
Why wouldn't 10,000 do?
You say, "Williams, those are ludi-
crous ideas whose implementation
would spell disaster!" You're right.
Nobel laureate Friedrich Hayek, one
of the greatest economists of the 20th
century, said it is a fatal conceit for


anyone to think
that a single
mind or group of
minds, no matter
how intelligent
and well-mean-
ing, could man-
age to do things
better than the
spontaneous, un-


B WM




201
BY WALTER


structured, com-
plex and creative forces of the market.
The biggest challenges in any system,
whether it's an economic, biological
or ecological system, are information,
communication and control. Con-
gressmen's taking over control of the
nation's traffic signals would require
a massive amount of information that
they are incapable of possessing, such
as traffic flows at intersections, acci-
dent experiences, terrain patterns and
peak and off-peak traffic flows.
The same information problem ex-
ists at supermarkets. Consider the
challenge in organizing inputs in or-
der to get 65,000 different items to a
supermarket. Also, consider how un-
compromising supermarket cus-
tomers are. We don't tell the super-
market manager in advance when
we're going to shop or what we're go-
ing to buy and in what quantity, but
if the store doesn't have what we


want when we
A want it, we'll fire
[NORITY the manager by
taking our busi-
VIEW VV ness elsewhere.
SThe supermarket
manager does a
3 fairly good job
3 Creators Syndicate fairly good job
doing what's nec-
I WILLIAMS essary to meet
that challenge.
You say, "C'mon, Williams, no-
body's proposing that Congress take
over the nation's traffic signals and
supermarkets!" You're right, at least
for now, but Congress and the presi-
dent are taking over an area of our
lives infinitely more challenging and
complex than the management of traf-
fic signals and supermarkets, namely
our health care system. Oblivious to
the huge information problem in the
allocation of resources, the people in
Washington have great confidence
that they can run our health care sys-
tem better than we, our physicians
and hospitals. Charles Darwin wisely
noted more than a century and a half
ago that "ignorance more frequently
begets confidence than does knowl-
edge." Congress exudes confidence.
Suggesting that Congress and the
president are ignorant of the fact that
knowledge is highly dispersed and


decisions made locally produce the
best outcomes might be overly gener-
ous. It could be that they know they
really don't know what they're doing
but just don't give a hoot because it's
in their political interest to centralize
health care decision-making. Just as
one example, how can Congress
know whether buying a $4,000 annual
health insurance policy would be the
best use of healthy 25-year-old Joe
Sanders' earnings? Would he be better
off purchasing a cheaper catastrophic
health insurance policy and saving
the rest of the money to put toward a
business investment? Politicians real-
ly don't care about what Joe thinks is
best, because they arrogantly think
they know what's best and have the
power to coerce.
Hayek said, "The curious task of
economics is to illustrate to men how
little they really know about what
they imagine they can design." We
economists have failed miserably in
that task.

Walter E. Williams is a professor of
economics at George Mason Universi-
ty. To find out more about Walter E.
Williams and read features by other
Creators Syndicate writers and car-
toonists, visit the Creators Syndicate
Web page atwww.creators.com.


That was more than I wanted to know


Dwain Walden
The Moultrie Observe

I always cringe when a
story or promotion
about food shows up in
my emails. It generally
means that I should spit
out what I'm eating and
perhaps try some
steamed dog fennel or
perhaps a crispy kudzu
salad.
This was no exception.


The subject line on the
email said: "Four foods
that speed up aging."
So the four foods that
some experts say can
make me look 10 years
older are corn and corn
products such as corn-
bread, corn cereal, pop
corn and anything with
corn syrup in it. I'm as-
suming it would be okay
to eat the cob. I'm not
sure about that, though.
It could depend on
whether it is red or
white.
Then came wheat
products, even whole
wheat, it said. I knew
white bread wasn't good
for me, but I thought
whole wheat was tanta-
mount to hanging garlic
around your neck to
keep away vampires. I
thought it was safe, ac-


ceptable and encour-
aged.
Then the list had soy-
bean oil, canola oil or
other vegetable oils.
And to think I had just
quit frying fish in hog
lard and moved to
canola.
Then of course there
was sugar. And I already
knew about that.
The experts who pre-
sent this information go
into great detail about
what happens when
these products are di-
gested. They make it
sound like your stomach
is actually a chemistry
lab run by a mad scien-
tist.
It's not a pretty picture
they paint. They talk in
great detail about the
chemicals involved and
the changes they create


inside your body. I
won't list them and
their destructive na-
tures. It's just too de-
pressing. And I don't
want the spell checker
on my computer to freak
out.
I'm not exactly a
health nut. But I do try. I
exercise like crazy. I
don't smoke or use illicit
drugs. I've learned that
you can order just one
hamburger. I only eat
souse meat on rare occa-
sions because when you
look up cholesterol in
the dictionary, it has a
photo of a pound of hog-
head cheese to illustrate
the definition.
Let me put it another
way, if you ate souse
meat once a week they
would find blood in
your cholesterol.


PULI HARIG OTC

Tentative Five-Year Work Program
Florida Department of Transportation "
District Two
Fiscal Years 2014/2015-2018/2019

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will conduct a public workshop and hearing
pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider the Department's (District Two
and Florida's Turnpike Enterprise) Tentative Five-Year Work Program for Fiscal Years
2014/2015 through 2018/2019, and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work
Program. All persons are invited to attend and be heard.
Thursday, December 5,2013-2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
FDOT District Two Office-Madison Room
1109 S. Marion Avenue, Lake City, FL
This meeting will be conducted as an open house. There will not be a formal presentation of
the Tentative Five-Year Work Program. Department staff will be on hand to answer questions
or concerns for the following counties:
Alachua Gilchrist Madison
Bradford Hamilton Suwannee
Columbia Lafayette Taylor
Dixie Levy Union

Monday, December 9,2013-5:30 p.m.
FDOT District Two Urban Office-Training Facility
2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL

This meeting will serve as the official public hearing. There will be a formal presentation of the
Tentative Five-Year Work Program. Department staff will be on hand to answer questions or
concerns for the following counties:
Baker Clay
Putnam Nassau
St. Johns Duval
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin,
disability or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans
with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact
Bill Henderson at (800) 749-2967 ext. 7873 at least 7 days before the hearing.
Written comments will be received by the Department at the workshop or hearing and until
December 31, 2013. Comments should be addressed to:

Mr. Greg Evans, FDOT District Two Secretary
1109 S. Marion Avenue, Mail Station 2000
Lake City, FL 32025-5874
(800) 749-2967 ext. 7800
Greg. Evans@dot. state.fl.us


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
83752


Of course the people
who sent out this infor-
mation have a profit mo-
tive. They are trying to
sell me a forty dollar
book that list 101 foods
that will help slow the
aging process. I ain't
buying. Google will tell
you this same stuff for
free.
Now certainly many
of the 101 foods they talk
about are obvious health
foods such as broccoli,
blueberries, cantaloupe,
Brussel sprouts and
pomegranate. Well now
there's one way to have
a very small gathering
on Thanksgiving.
Chances are you won't
go to sleep watching a
football game that after-
noon. You might gnaw
the Naughahyde off the
sofa but you wont' go to
sleep on it.
So I felt like I had to do
some rationalization on
what I consider over-
stated data. My thought
is that I'm not going to
get out of this life alive
anyway. I also factored
in quality of life which I
think is very important
in the big picture. Also, I
never planned on eating
all of the wheat and corn
products just enough
to underwrite our na-


tional gross domestic
product.
Not only that, even if I
just ate sticks and grass
with a few berries on
top, I could still get run
over by a semi, trampled
by Bigfoot or mauled to
death by the elusive
"black panther." Or
maybe even taken cap-
tive by aliens who were
seeking moderately in-
telligent life.
Along those lines,
singer Jimmy Buffet said
he would rather "die
while I'm living than
live while I'm dead." A
reference to quality of
life, of course.
I do eat quite a bit of
stuff that is good for me
like tomatoes, carrots
and fruits of various
kinds. Also, I eat more
baked meat than I do
fried. And that was a
very difficult transition
in itself. At first it was
like listening to "Dixie"
being played on a sitar,
but I was able to put
mind over matter.

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


North Central

Florida Tea Party

monthly meeting
The North Central fundraiser ($500 gift
Florida Tea Party will card) and other infor-
hold our monthly meet- mation that will help
ing at 7 p.m. on Thurs- you keep up with what
day, Nov. 14. Our topic is going on. If you are
will be the "The Neigh- realizing that this isn't
borhood Project". Alex the country you grew
Snitker of the Liberty up in, and are con-
Empowerment Institute cerned about the things
will be our guest speak- going on, please make
er. The Neighborhood an effort to attend this
Project will teach us meeting. We need
how to get out in our everyone to get in-
neighborhoods and help volved to help us make
inform our neighbors in a difference in our coun-
an effort to get out the try! Come and find out
vote! Adrian Wyllie, what you can do! We
Gubernatorial candi- meet at the Taylor
date will also be there. Building 128 SW Birley
Please invite your fami- Ave. in Lake City. The
ly and friends to attend Taylor Building is locat-
this important meeting, ed on the south side of
We will have copies of U.S. 90 and Birley Ave.
the American Patriot approx. 3 miles west of
Newspaper, petitions the 1-75 interchange. For
for some of the 2014 more information, call
candidates, a petition John 386-935-1705,
for the Preservation of Sharon 386-935-0821 or
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013













Romanian-born guitarist Heart Matters

to perform Nov. 22 .F ,- A


Part of the 2013-14 Friends of
Music Concert Series at Covenant
First Presbyterian Church


Submitted
The 2013-14 Friends of
Music Concert Series
continues with a perfor-
mance by Romanian-
born guitarist, Silviu
Ciulei. The concert will
be on Friday, Nov. 22, at
7:30 p.m. in the
Covenant First Presby-
terian Church on White
Avenue in Live Oak.
Classical and flamenco
guitarist Silviu Ciulei be-
gan his musical studies
at age six and attended
the High School of Arts
in Constanta, Roma-
nia. By age 13, he had
won his first perfor-
mance prize. In Roma-
nia, he won many prizes,
graduated at the top of
his class, and performed
his first concerto with
the Black Sea Philhar-
monic Orchestra.
In 2004 Silviu was
awarded a Full Interna-
tional Scholarship to
Middle Tennessee State
University. He has won
many prizes in the Unit-
ed States. He has studied
flamenco guitar in Spain
and has toured exten-
sively the U.S. east coast
with his flamenco band,
Tequila Flamenco
Group.
Silviu holds a Bachelor
of Music in guitar per-
formance from Middle


Tennessee State Univer-
sity, a Master of Music
from Florida State Uni-
versity, and a Doctorate
of Music from Florida
State University, where
he was graduate teach-
ing assistant to professor
Bruce Holzman.
In addition to being a
classical and flamenco
guitarist, Silviu is also a
fine flamenco singer. Al-
ways fascinated
with languages, he
speaks five fluently.
Future concerts in the
Friends Series will in-
clude Michiko Otaki, pi-
anist, March 22, and the
Minaret Piano Trio (pi-
ano, violin, cello), May 2.
Admission to all con-
certs is free and open to
the public. A reception
follows each concert.


Christians should

be thankful


Hugh G. Sherrill
ems-hugh43
@comcast.net
This year has been a
hard year for many who
live in America. Many
do not have the same se-
curities that they once
had; but we still live in
America, and it is still
the best place in the
world to live. I realize
that it is slipping very
fast in the wrong direc-
tion. If there has ever
been a time in the histo-
ry of America that Chris-
tians need to pray, it is
now. We need to hear
the words again as
recorded in II Chronicles
7:14: "If My people who
are called by My name
will humble themselves,
and pray and seek My
face, and turn from their
wicked ways, then I will
hear from heaven, and
will forgive their sin and
heal their land". Notice
the word "sin" is singu-
lar. The sin spoken of is
the sin of God's people
not serving Him. The fu-
ture of America depends
on God's people coming
together and praying in
one accord. But before
God can hear our prayer,
we must do what II
Chronicles 7:14 says we
should do.
Another thing we
should do is recorded in
Psalms 100: "Make a joy-
ful shout to the Lord, all
you lands! Serve the
Lord with gladness;
come before His pres-
ence with singing. Know
that the Lord, He is God;
It is He who has made
us, and not we our-
selves; We are His peo-
ple and the sheep of His
pasture. Enter into His
gates with thanksgiving,


and into His courts with
praise. Be thankful to
Him and bless His name.
For the Lord is good; His
mercy is everlasting, and
His truth endures to all
generations".
One of the main things
we can do is be thankful
for what we have, in-
stead of complaining
about what we don't
have. Think about what
the pilgrims had to en-
dure just to get to this
land in 1621. You and I
today can't even imagine
what they had to go
through, yet they were
still thankful. It was not
until 1941 that Thanks-
giving became a federal
holiday. In the Old Tes-
tament seven days were
set aside for the "Feast of
Thanksgiving'. In 1621
three days were set
aside.
Let me challenge you
this season to stop on
Thanksgiving Day and
meditate on all that you
have to be thankful for.
If you are a Christian,
you first of all need to be
thankful for the salva-
tion of our soul, and as
the Psalmist says be
thankful that "His mercy
is everlasting". Meditate
on what you have in-
stead of what you don't
have. Just think of how
many in America, or for
that matter right here in
our county, that will not
have hardly anything to
eat. You can also share a
little this season by mak-
ing a food donation to
some of our local organi-
zations that help feed
those less fortunate.
I can't explain it, but it
always makes one feel
better, when out of the
goodness of the heart we
give to help those that
are in need. Paul wrote
in Colossians 3:14-15:
"But above all these
things put on love,
which is the bond of per-
fection. And let the
peace of God rule in
your hearts, to which
also you were called in
one body; and be thank-
ful".


"So Ruth gleaned in
the field until evening.
Then she threshed the
barley she had gathered,
and it amounted to
about an ephah. She car-
ried it back to town and
her mother-in-law saw
how much she had gath-
ered. Ruth also brought
out and gave her what
she had left over after
she had eaten enough.
Her mother-in-law
asked her, 'Where did
you glean today? Where
did you work? Blessed
be the man who took no-
tice of you!' Then Ruth
told her mother-in-law
about the one at whose
place she had been
working. 'The name of
the man I worked with
today is Boaz,' she said.
'The Lord bless him!'
Naomi said to her
daughter-in-law. 'He has
not stopped showing his
kindness to the living
and the dead.' She
added, 'That man is our
close relative; he is one
of our kinsman-re-
deemers.'" (Ruth 2:17-
20)
God often uses flesh
and blood examples in
the pages of scripture to
model important spiritu-
al truths. For example,
in the life of David, we
better understand the
authority and royalty of
God as our King. In
Moses' brother, Aaron,
we get a clearer picture
of Jesus' role as our High
Priest. Both are imper-
fect representations, but
with enough likeness to


the real deal to give us
the idea. Buried deep in
this second chapter of
Ruth we find the point of
this entire story...the
concept of the Kinsman-
Redeemer, played out in
Ruth's story by Boaz.
The importance of this
role is critical to Ruth
and Naomi's
future....and ours.
Because this term is
unfamiliar in our cul-
ture, let's clarify what is
meant by the title of
Kinsman-Redeemer. A
kinsman is a near rela-
tive... such as a brother,
uncle, even a close
cousin. The word "re-
deem" means to buy
back or repurchase. So
by definition, a Kins-
man-Redeemer is a rela-
tive who is obligated to
buy back property that a
family member has lost
through debt or other
means. According to
Leviticus 25:23, inherited
property could not be
sold permanently, be-
cause it belonged to
God. It could, however,
be sold, or "leased" for
use by another to raise
crops or herds, with the
original owner, or any of
his near relatives, having
the permanent option to
repay the debt and re-
gain the property. This
obligation of the Kins-
man-Redeemer also ex-
tended to the redemp-
tion of any family mem-
ber who fell on hard
times and was forced to
sell himself into slavery
in order to provide for


his family or repay a
debt.
So why do you and I
need a Kinsman-Re-
deemer? No doubt, we
have all given up hered-
itary property... spiritual
blessings that should
have been handed down
from one generation to
the next, but have been
forfeited and replaced
with things such as
anger, pride, and assort-
ed addictions. Wouldn't
we all like to have those
blessings redeemed and
restored to our family
line? The Bible also
clearly states that indi-
vidually, we have all
sinned, and that the
wages or payment for
our sin is death... a debt
that we do not have the
means to repay. 1 Peter
1:18 explains: "For you
know that it was not
with perishable things
such as silver or gold
that you were re-
deemed...but with the
precious blood of
Christ." Jesus fulfilled
His role as Kinsman-Re-
deemer by "buying
back" our lives from the
slavery of sin through
His death on the
cross... and we need to
know that our Kinsman-
Redeemer is more than
willing and able to re-
deem our lost property
and eternal life... it is
ours for the asking!

Because Every Heart
Matters,
Angie


Yy!ed/er


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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
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ST. THERESE CATHOLIC CHI
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PRO. Box 890, Jasper, FL 320
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NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHU
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St.
Jennings, FL32053 78
938-5611
Pastor: Jeff Cordero
Sunday School...............................10
Morning W orship...........................11:
Evening Worship........................ 6:0
Youth Happening, Mission Friend
R&A& GA ..........................6:00F
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting, Teen Kids, Youth........6
Van pick-up upon request


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


FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
405 Central Ave., Jasper, FL
Pastor Dale Ames
Phone- 386-792-1122
Sunday
Sunday School.............................. 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship.........................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday
Family Night Dinner 3rd Wednesday
Clothes Closet 4th Saturday 1-5pm


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784014 Pastor: Johnny Brown
Sunday Pastor: Rev. Ronald Prueter
il Sunday School..............................9:45 a.m. Home 386-938-5912
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Evening Service............................ 6:00 p.m.
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Heart Matters is a
weekly column written
by Angie Land, Director
of the Family Life Min-
istries of the Lafayette
Baptist Association,
where she teaches Bible
studies, leads marriage
and family conferences
and offers Biblical coun-
seling to individuals,
couples and
families. Contact Angie
with questions or com-
ments at
angieland3@wind-
stream.net

Empowering
Tabernacle House
of Prayer
Outreach Ministry
will host its
Annual Feed the
Needy community
event on
Saturday, Nov. 23
at the Jasper
Civic Center from
10 a.m. until 2
p.m. Everyone is
welcome!













Old Tyme Farm Days & Swap Meet is time for family, food, fun at SOS Music Park


This annual heritage festival
Thanksgiving weekend makes great
memories for your family; make reser-
vations now to spend the weekend
and enjoy this special event including
Thanksgiving dinner, a tractor parade,
syrup making, Justin Case band Friday
and Saturday night and more
Making plans for Thanksgiving Day
with your family and/or friends? The
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is
the perfect place for a holiday gather-
ing of family and friends where you
may enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner with
us without all the stress, tour the beau-
tiful park on the banks of the Suwan-
nee River, attend the Old Tyme Farm
Days Heritage Festival & Swap Meet
where you can see syrup being made
and bottled the old tyme way, enjoy
arts and crafts, food venders and
more under the direction of Cher Skin-
ner on Friday and Saturday and more.
And, one of the most popular bands
in North Florida, the Justin Case Band,
will entertain in the Music Hall for
your dancing and listening pleasure
Friday and Saturday night, Nov. 29-30.
Bring those dancing shoes, you're
gonna need them.
Many families camp with us (or rent
cabins and RV and camper sites) for
the Thanksgiving weekend and enjoy
dining with us at noon Thanksgiving
Day, Nov. 28, in the Music Hall. Just
bring $5 per person and a covered dish
to go with the SOSMP's main meats
and tea. Mama will be so glad she
doesn't have to cook a huge meal.
You'll enjoy the indoor big screen TV's
while you visit with the hundreds who
will join you to give thanks on this spe-
cial day.
Admission for non-campers is $10
per carload per day. Bring your lawn


chairs.
Thursday evening at 5 p.m. the Mu-
sic Hall doors re-open for dinner and
karaoke with Ted "Teddy MacElvis"
McMullen beginning at 7 p.m. This is
your time to impress everyone with
your musical performance ability.
Bring your own music CD or perhaps
Ted might just have the music you
want to use. Come join others that
evening for a good time.
The Old Tyme Farm Days and Swap
Meet will be held Friday and Saturday,
Nov. 29 Nov. 30. Set your inner clock
back to old tyme days and bring your
children to attend the Annual Heritage
Festival featuring Late 19th Century
skills, cane grinding, syrup making,
antique equipment and exhibits in-
cluding a large antique tractor exhibit,
petting zoo, kids' games, Kettle Korn,
jams and jellies, basket weaving, ice
cream being made the old tyme way,
handmade jewelry, soap making, fos-
sil exhibits, food vendors, black-
smithing, arts and crafts, great fun and
so much more.
Free admission to the Music Hall.
SOS Cafe and Restaurant in the Music
Hall will be open ready to serve you
delicious food at regular prices Thurs-
day evening and all day Friday and
Saturday. Breakfast buffet Friday and
Saturday mornings with all the yum-
my fixings'. SOS Cafe and Restaurant
is closed Sunday and Monday.
If you would like to make reserva-
tions for RV parking, cabins, primitive
camping or camper parking for the
weekend at the SOSMP, call 386-364-
1683, email spirit@musicliveshere.com
or go to www.musicliveshere.com.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park is located at 3076 95th Drive, Live
Oak.


Even the doggies like to visit the Root Beer stand at Old Tyme Farm Days. Photo Submitted


Old Tyme Farm Days organizer Cher Register is a farm girl who knows how to drive her tractor
along with the guys.


Tango Fire comes to

Gainesville on Nov. 20


GAINESVILLE, Fla. Tango Fire, a
dance company from Buenos Aires,
will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 20 at the Phillips Center.
Tango Fire showcases five couples
with individual dancing styles. The
production takes the audience on a
journey through tango from its roots
in Buenos Aires and through the
decades, showcasing its growing pop-
ularity as a contemporary dance form.
The Boston Globe said, "Rarely has
the tempestuous tango looked like so
much exuberant, out-and-out fun as in
Tango Fire."
Tango Fire's dancers are acclaimed
world tango champions, Argentine
dance television program stars and in-
ternational performers in various tan-
go companies. Led by choreographer
and dancer German Cornejo, the
dancers perform regularly in the
world's most prestigious venues.


The production also features live
music from vocalist Jesus Hidalgo and
the Quarteto Fuego band.
Formed in 2005, the Tango Fire
Company premiered its electrifying
show in Singapore that year. This was
followed by presentations at the Edin-
burgh Fringe Festival and other inter-
nationally prominent venues.
Tickets are on sale and available for
this performance. Call 352-392-ARTS
(2787) or 800-905-ARTS (toll free with-
in Florida), or visit www.performin-
garts.ufl.edu for more information.


5th annual Suwannee Weddings Expo Jan. 12 at SOS Music Park


This exquisite wedding cake was designed by
Publix Bakery in Live Oak.

Brides to be all over South Georgia
and North Florida are planning their
big event for 2014 but before you go
too far, check out the 5th annual
Suwannee Weddings Expo at The
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
Jan. 12, 2014. This event features food
samples, a huge bridal show by the
Golden Needle of Lake City, enter-
tainment, wedding/event specialists,
photographers, travel agencies,
florists, Origami jewelry, wedding
DJs, Allies of Lake City, caterers,


Suwannee Valley Party Rental, wed-
ding cake displays, wedding jewelry,
prizes and ideas galore for any size
wedding, reception or other special
event. For the bride to be, it's a do-not-
miss event at just the right time of the
year to make planning easy.
The Golden Needle of Lake City
will present a fantastic array of
breath-taking bridal gowns, gorgeous
bride's maid dresses, mother of the
bride, father of the bride, groom and
groomsmen attire and gorgeous out-
fits for the precious little ring bearers
and flower girls. Area models will
show off these fashions during the
Expo with a huge inside fashion show
where you are sure to find wedding
attire for everyone in the bridal party.
Admission is free to this popular
event held from 1 4 p.m. Jan. 12 in
the spectacular Grande Hall, one of
North Florida's most favorite wed-
ding reception venues. The large
Grande Hall is located on the banks of
the famous Suwannee River and fea-
tures a beautifully decorated wed-
ding, reception, family reunion, birth-
day, anniversary or business event fa-
cility with a covered wrap-around
porch and huge, open-air deck. Step
inside the double doors at the front or


back and you'll see the Grande Hall's
two elegant staircases leading to a sec-
ond floor balcony, a first floor open
fireplace with hand-made features
and the unique furnishings. A kitchen
is available and tables and chairs\on-
site to rent or we can recommend an
offsite vendor.
For more information about the
Wedding Expo or to sign up as a ven-


dor, email Michelle Goddard at
michelle@musicliveshere.com or give
her a call at 386-209-2798. To contact
the SOSMP directly, email us at spir-
it@musicliveshere.com, call 386-364-
1683 or go to
www.musicliveshere.com.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park is located at 3076 95th Drive 4.5
miles north of Live Oak.


Grande Hall at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park where many weddings are held.


Gospel Recording artist Vicki Farrie

will be performing at the Sweet

Home Baptist Church

in White Springs on

Saturday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m.

Vicki Farrie is an
anointed and ap-
pointed, seasoned
and savvy
singer/ songwriter
and minister who
possesses a power-
ful and dynamic
voice that has been
chosen as a vessel to
lead people into the
life changing pres-
ence of God through
her gift of singing
and teaching of the
gospel. Vicki Farrie


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013













Hamilton County Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Coalition can

help employers create quit programs and tobacco free policies


Tobacco users aren't the only ones
paying the cost of their addiction with
their health and wallet. Hamilton
County employers are paying the
price as well. Employees who smoke
can cost businesses more than $6,000
per year when compared to non-smok-
ers.
In time for the Great American
Smoke Out taking place on Nov. 21,
the Florida Department of Health's To-
bacco Free Florida program and
Hamilton County Alcohol and Other
Drug Prevention Coalition (HCAOD-
PC) are encouraging businesses across
Hamilton County to help their em-
ployees quit tobacco.
HCAODPC offers to employers free
assistance in developing tobacco ces-
sation programs, whether it's through
the company's health insurance
provider or the state's free cessation
services. Nearly 70 percent of smokers
want to quit, and getting help through
their employers can increase their
chance of success, while simultaneous-
ly benefiting the business.
"Employer sponsored cessation


Nalani Quintello may not have tak-
en first place, but she's still a huge
winner with her fans all over Florida
and atThe Spirit of the Suwannee Mu-
sic Park where she performs often
Nalani Quintello may not have tak-
en first place in the Texaco Country
Showdown Regional competition
Nov. 1, but her fans and friends all
over Florida know she's still a big win-
ner. The event was held in Jasper,
Georgia where the act from Mississip-
pi was named the winner.
Representing WQHL 98.1 radio of
Live Oak, Fla and The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park where she won
both the North Florida and Florida ti-
tles, this 18-year-old singer, guitarist
and songwriter said she has no regrets.
"I had a really good experience
through this entire process," she said
after returning home over the week-
end to Orange Park. "I had about 15
family members who I had not seen in
years who live near Jasper, Georgia
and they came to support me during
the contest," Nalani stated. She added
it was great to be in the competition
but even greater to see her loved ones
she had not seen for so long. "We all
used to have performances in the barn,
and I would sing when I was about 12
years old."
As for the contest, this college stu-
dent said the competition was tough as
everyone there had won state contests
to get to regionals. "I did my best, but
it looks like Mississippi took this one,"
she added. The winner of the Texaco
Country Showdown Southeastern Re-
gional was Southern Halo from Missis-
sippi. That act will compete in the na-
tionals in January on the stage of the
Grand Ole Opry to vie for the national
title and $100,000.
Now that the competition she had
long wanted to win is over, her out-
look is good, and she's ready to move
forward. Nalani believes God has
great things in her future and she's ea-
ger to move forward. She plans to con-


The
Techni
Educati

Gun Sa


Satu

Training will include, but is not limited to handg
explaining sight picture and using handgun sig
and shooting fundamentals. Upon Completion
demonstrate proficient use of their weapon on
receive a Certificate of Completion along with t
Packet. Another important aspect of the class i
Laws, the use of force, and review the Florida (
participant should bring a bag lunch. Refrigera
Enrollment is limited to the first 10 people who
Center by 12/11/13. Cost is $75.00 per person
or older.

Location: Suwannee County Sheriffs Office-Crirr
Instructor: Lt. Wayne Musgrove, Jr. with the Su

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


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classes can be a great asset to both the
employer and employee. Offering
classes for employees as part of the
workday is an excellent way to sup-
port your employee in pursuing quit-
ting use of tobacco," said HCAODPC
Executive Director Grace McDonald.
"Each employee who is successful in-
creases employee productivity and de-
creases health costs for the employee
and the employer. This is a win/win
opportunity."
Healthcare costs are one of the
largest expenses facing Hamilton
County. Employees who smoke have
healthcare costs up to 34 percent high-
er compared to non-smokers. Every
employee who smokes can cost em-
ployers an extra $2,056 a year in health
care expenses.
Tobacco use is also the leading cause
of productivity loss at work. In fact,
each smoker can cost a business an av-
erage of $4,056 every year in lost pro-
ductivity, including sick days, distrac-
tion at work, and smoking breaks.
Workers who smoke at least one pack
a day experience 75 percent more pro-


tinue her regular performances in the
Orange Park area along with her char-
itable work she's done for many years.
As an up and coming country singer,
songwriter and guitarist whose fans
adore her, there's nothing holding
Nalani Quintello back except time
these days. As soon as she finishes
community college sometime next
year, she plans to head to Nashville
and finish her degree there in music
business. Being in Nashville, Music
City USA, certainly will lead to good
things for this talented singer. Listen
out for Nalani Quintello, her goal is to
be a country music star, and there's
just no reason why she won't make it
one day soon. Meanwhile, check out
her YouTube videos Just type in
Nalani Quintello YouTube and you'll
see her many songs on video.
If you would like more information
about the SOSMP where live music
events are held every week including
nearly a dozen festivals each year,
email spirit@musicliveshere.com, call
386-364-1683 or go to www.musi-
cliveshere.com.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park is located at 3076 95th Drive, Live
Oak.


SSuwannee-Hamilton
cal Center's Community
on Program Now offering
ifety/Concealed Weapons
Training

irday, December 14, 2013
9:00 am 4:00 pm
un safety, explanation of kinds of pistols,
hts, types of ammunition, styles of holsters
of the course, the student will be able to
the firing range. Each participant will
the Florida Concealed Weapon Permit
s it will provide training regarding Florida
Concealed License Information. Each
tion is available.
register at Suwannee-Hamilton Technical
and participants must be 18 years of age

ninal Division- 1902 Duval St. Live Oak, FL
wannee County Sheriff's Office


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



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ductivity loss than non-smoking
workers.
"Businesses who want to help their
employees quit tobacco should also
implement a tobacco free grounds pol-
icy at their workplace," said Tobacco
Free Florida Bureau Chief Shannon
Hughes. "These policies are one of the
most effective ways to help employees
quit and it creates a healthier environ-
ment for all."
Tobacco free grounds policies nearly
double the chance that employees will
quit. For those who do not quit, the
policy will reduce the number of ciga-
rettes smoked by employees during
the week.
Tobacco free grounds policies are
easy to enforce. More than 80 percent
of Floridians do not smoke and re-
search has shown compliance rates for
tobacco free grounds policies to be
more than 96 percent.


Florida manatees are
beginning their annual
migration to warmer wa-
ters, which is their in-
stinctual response to win-
ter's approach and sur-
viving the cold.
As these slow-moving
aquatic mammals mi-
grate along rivers, canals,
bays and coastlines, the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC) cautions
boaters to slow down and
watch out for manatees.
The average adult mana-
tee is 1,000 pounds and
10-feet long but may be
difficult to spot despite its
size.
"You can help mana-
tees by slowing down
and following posted
speed zones when oper-
ating boats or personal
watercraft. Manatees of-
ten feed in shallow sea-
grass beds adjacent to
deeper waters," said Car-
ol Knox, the FWC's Im-


For more information, please contact
Michelle Lee, Tobacco Prevention Spe-
cialist, michelleleel0172@yahoo.com,
386-855-1410.
ABOUT TOBACCO FREE FLORIDA
The Department's Tobacco Free
Florida campaign is a statewide cessa-
tion and prevention campaign funded
by Florida's tobacco settlement fund.
Tobacco users interested in quitting
are encouraged to use one of the state's
three ways to quit. To learn about To-
bacco Free Florida and the state's free
quit resources, visit www.tobac-
cofreeflorida.com or follow the cam-
paign on Facebook at www.face-
book.com/TobaccoFreeFlorida or
Twitter at www.twitter.com/tobac-
cofreefla.
DOH works to protect, promote and
improve the health of all people in
Florida through integrated state, coun-
ty and community efforts.


periled Species Manage-
ment Section Leader.
"Wearing polarized sun-
glasses helps you spot a
manatee underwater.
Also watch for circular
wave patterns on the wa-
ter's surface called man-
atee footprints indicat-
ing a manatee's presence
below."
Throughout the state,
many seasonal manatee
protection zones go into
effect Nov. 15. Look for
signs posted on the water
indicating boat speed
zones. A "slow speed"
zone means a boat should
be completely settled in
the water, not creating an
excessive wake. Go to
MyFWC.com/Manatee,
and click on Data and
Maps to see FWC mana-
tee protection zones.
November is also Man-
atee Awareness Month, a
time to celebrate Florida's
official state marine
mammal.


The FWC asks people
to report sick, injured, or-
phaned, entangled or
dead manatees by calling
the Wildlife Alert hotline
at 888-404-FWCC (3922),
t e x t i n g
Tip@MyFWC.com, or
calling #FWC and *FWC
via cell phone.
Floridians can support
manatee conservation ef-
forts by purchasing a
manatee license plate at
BuyaPlate.com or
through their local tax
collector's office when
obtaining or renewing a
vehicle tag. They also can
get a manatee decal at
those offices or by visit-
ing MyFWC.com/Mana-
tee and clicking on "De-
cals."
For "A boater's guide
to living with Florida
Manatees," go to
MyFWC.com/Wildlife.
More manatee infor-
mation is available at
MyFWC.com/Manatee.


After I retired, my wife's memory began

to fade. So we sat down with our

children to decide what was best for us.


Advent Christian Village was the obvious choice.
We compared 3 things: cost, location and neighbors. The
Village was by far the most economical place to live-by
many thousands of dollars. Its location on the beautiful
Suwannee River took our eye. And, Advent Christian
Village is populated by good people. Come check us
out-chances are you'll want to stay! Dr. Fred Mickler


Call 1-800-647-3353
or visit www.acvillage.net





ADVENT CHRISTIANVILIAGE
SAT DOWLING PARK

CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF MINISTRY


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EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY


WQHLs State Texaco

winner competes in regional


Watch out for manatees

migrating to warmer waters


Close to home.
Just 20 minutes west of Live Oak.

(386) 658-5291 1-800-955-8771 TTY
PO Box 4345 DOWLING PARK 3z2064


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arrived from local schools
in the region.
Visitors got to taste jel-
lies and sugar cane, chum
butter, learn how to quilt,


make
kets, ca
make ly
engage
like fis
ping, r
settling


Record turnout for Rural Folklife Days
sine needle bas- of checkers. One of the Everyone made sure to Out on the lawn of the
in vegetables and kids' favorites was when stop in at Nelly Bly's park there were several
ye soap, as well as they got to hammer their Kitchen to check out vendors offering funnel
in fun activities own design onto a piece Ruby Shaw's famous cakes, fried Twinkies, cot-
hing, cow whip- of leather, which they got peanut brittle, as well as ton candy, milkshakes
roping and even to take home with them all the other displays and and malts, along with
down for a game as a keepsake, demonstrations, other yummy treats.


There are lots more
photos online and photos
are available for pur-
chase. Go to
nflaonline.com and click
the photo gallery link on
the left navigation bar.


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I hat isn't witch's brew in the pot. It's lye soap in the making.


These kids learn how to engrave leather. -Photos: Joyce Marie Taylor
L-,.,,M ,,


These students were enthralled with a canning demonstration.


-Ruby Shaw's peanut brittle captured everyone's attention. .
Ruby Shaw's peanut brittle captured everyone's attention.


vine neeale Daskeiry is nearly a lost art.


ime for some sweet treats or mtese Kias.


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Rope 'em cowboy! .
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Rop e cowboy


A quiet game of checkers kept these kids on their toes.


Even our four-legged friends enjoyed the day.


Students learn how rope is made.


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013


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The Craft Square was hopping.













Large turnout for Veterans Day celebration in Jasper


Continued From Page 1A

Hamilton County
High School AFJROTC
posted the colors at the
beginning of the ceremo-
ny, and then Laketha
Wilson sang the Nation-
al Anthem, which was
followed by the pledge
to the flag.
Guest speaker David
Butler, who spoke on a
variety of subjects re-
garding our veterans,
served in the United
States Army from 1968
to 1974 and served in the


Vietnam War. He was
awarded the Air Medal,
Bronze Star, Army Com-
mendation Medal, Viet-
nam Cross of Gallantry
and the Vietnam Cam-
paign Medal, among
other awards. He cur-
rently works as Supervi-
sor of Construction Pro-
jects for the Department
of Corrections Region II.
In attendance at the
ceremony, aside from lo-
cal veterans, were repre-
sentatives from Ameri-
can Legion Post 215 and
VFW Post 8095, along


with many Hamilton
County residents, as well
as city and county offi-
cials.
Lamar Royals from
VFW Post 8095 asked all
in attendance never to
forget the two empty
chairs that were sitting
near the podium. The
two chairs symbolize our
nation's Prisoners of
War (POW) and those
who are Missing in Ac-
tion (MIA), he explained.
"I pray that we will
never forget them," said
Royals. "Anytime the


Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 8095 is in-
volved in any program,
we always have a chair
reserved for those, just in
case they were to come
home to their loved
ones."
Royals praised his
community and their
generosity, as well as
their gracious and loving
acts to support all the lo-
cal veterans in Hamilton
County.
"I thank each veteran
for the sweat, the blood
and the tears that you


shed for this great na-
tion," Royals said. "I
pray that we never for-
get our duty, honor and
country, and what it
means to each and every
one of us."
Henry Grove was giv-
en special recognition
and presented with an
appreciation award by
VFW Post 8095 for meri-
torious and distin-
guished service in fur-
thering the aims and
ideals of Veterans of For-
eign Wars of the United
States.


Rev. Roger Hutto gave
the closing prayer, fol-
lowed by the retiring of
the colors.
Right before the pro-
gram ended, Allen ad-
vised the crowd that the
goal for ribbon cutting of
the completed Veterans
Memorial Park in Jasper
is Monday, May 26, 2014.
There are more photos
online and photos are
available for purchase.
Go to nflaonline.com
and click the photo
gallery link on the left
navigation bar.


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H i"t o n -,":Co- "Hn t he c JoyeMrie. Ta
Hamilton County High School AFJROTC gets ready to present the colors. -Photos: Joyce Marie Taylor


Master Sergeant Paul Allen and VFW Post 8095 Commander Lamar Royals.


VFW Post 8095 was well represented at the ceremony.


Isaac Chandler from American Legion Post 215.


SMinister Vincent Lanier led the opening prayer.


Stomping out breast cancer


Henry Grove receives special recognition from VFW Post 8095.

muWB^.r


This White Springs
community is stomp-
ing out breast cancer
one step at a time.












Ms. Bernice Robinson is a
12 year survivor. Courtesy pho-
tos


Lamar Royals welcomes Isaac Chandler to speak on behalf of American Legion Post 215.


Hazel Royals joins the gathered crowd in prayer.


The White Springs Community Pink-a-thon.


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HCHS football team prepares for regional semi-finals


Trojans to Host Bell High Bulldogs Friday Night


Excitement is in the air in Hamilton
County! The HCHS Trojans will play
the Bell High Bulldogs in the regional
semi-finals Friday evening, Nov. 15 at
the Hamilton County Veterans Stadi-
um in Jasper. Gates will open at 6 p.m.,
with kick- off at 7:30 p.m..
The Trojans, led by Coach Blair Arm-


strong, had an outstanding season, fin-
ishing 4-5 for the regular season and
winning the district championship un-
defeated. Friday's game will be the Tro-
jans' first state competition since 2010.
Coach Joey Whittington led the Bell
High Bulldogs to an impressive record
of 8-2 and the team finished second in


its district. Friday's game marks the
first state competition in that school's
history.
With both teams seeking to advance
to the regional finals, it promises to be
war on the gridiron. Make your plans
to attend and support the Trojans;
show your school pride by wearing red
and white!
General admission (as determined by


the Florida High School Athletic Asso-
ciation) is $8. Reserved seating is avail-
able for $9. Preferred parking is $2 per
vehicle and regular parking is free.
Tickets for the game and preferred
parking are available in the high
school's athletic office. Please stop by
the high school or contact Ms. Karen
Bristol at 792-6551 to purchase your
tickets.


November "Outta' the Woods" By TonyYoung


Give thanks for hunting opportunities galore


iNovemDer means me
2013-14 huntin' season is
in full swing. In this
month's column, I cover
almost everything you
need to know about gen-
eral gun, fall turkey,
quail, snipe and the sec-
ond phase of mourning
and white-winged dove
season.
The first thing you
need to do is pick up a
$17 Florida resident
hunting license. Nonres-
idents pay $46.50 for a
10-day license or $151.50
for 12 months. If you
plan to hunt one of Flori-
da's many wildlife man-
agement areas (WMAs),


you'll also need a $26.50
management area per-
mit, but don't forget to
study the brochure for
the specific area you
plan to hunt, because
dates, bag limits and
rules can differ greatly
from area to area.
You can get these
brochures at the tax col-
lector's offices in close
proximity to the WMA,
or you can download
them from
MyFWC.com / Hunting.
You can buy your li-
cense and permits by
calling 888-HUNT-
FLORIDA or going on-
line at
License.MyFWC.com.
Have your credit card
ready. You also can pur-
chase them from a tax
collector's office and
most retail outlets that
sell hunting and fishing
supplies.
The general gun sea-
son runs Nov. 2 Jan. 19
in Zone C; Dec. 7 Feb.
23 in Zone B; and in
Zone A, the second
phase of general gun
season runs Nov. 23 -
Jan. 5. In Zone D, it starts


Thanksgiving Day (Nov.
28) and lasts four days
until Dec. 1. Two weeks
later, the season reopens
Dec. 14 and runs
through Feb. 23.
Hunters can take
bucks having at least one
antler 5 inches or longer,
but anyone hunting deer
in Florida must have the
$5 deer permit. On pri-
vate lands, the daily bag
limit for deer is two, but
during some quota
hunts on WMAs, the bag
limit is only one deer,
and in some cases, there
are antler restrictions, so
read the particular
WMA brochure before
you hunt.
On private lands,
hunters can take wild
hogs year-round with no
bag or size limits. On
most but not all -
WMAs, there's also no
bag or size limit on wild
hogs, and hunters can
take them during any
hunting season except
spring turkey. Again,
check the WMA
brochure to be certain.
On private lands only,
the highly anticipated


antlerless deer season,
often called "doe week,"
is Nov. 23-29 (Thanks-
giving week) in zones A
and C, and it always
runs Dec. 26 -Jan. 1
(Christmas week) in
zones B and D.
During doe week, the
daily bag limit is one
buck and one doe, or
two bucks. You may not
take two does in one day
like you can during
archery season, and
spotted fawns are never
legal game. By the way,
WMAs do not have an
antlerless deer season.
Fall turkey season in
Zone A is Nov. 23 Jan.
5. In zones B and C, it
runs Dec. 7 Feb. 2 and
Nov. 2 Dec. 29, respec-
tively. And in Zone D,
fall turkey season is Nov.
28 Dec. 1 and Dec. 14 -
Jan. 19, except for
Holmes County, where
there is no fall turkey
season.
Only bearded turkeys
and gobblers are legal
game; you must have a
turkey permit ($10 for
residents; $125 for non-
residents) to hunt them.


The bag limit is one bird
per day, and a total of
two during the archery,
crossbow, muzzleload-
ing gun and fall turkey
seasons combined.
Quail season runs
statewide Nov. 9 -
March 2, and the daily
bag limit is 12.
Shooting hours for
deer, turkey and quail
are a half-hour before
sunrise to a half-hour af-
ter sunset. All legal ri-
fles, shotguns, muzzle-
loaders, bows, cross-
bows and pistols are le-
gal for taking these resi-
dent game animals dur-
ing the general gun,
antlerless deer, fall
turkey and quail sea-
sons.
Snipe hunting in Flori-
da ranks second in the
nation in number of
birds harvested each
year, and the season al-
ways runs Nov. 1 Feb.
15 statewide. The second
phase of the mourning
and white-winged dove
season also comes in this
month and runs Nov. 16
- Dec. 1. Shooting hours
for migratory game


birds are one-half hour
before sunrise to sunset.
The bag limit for snipe is
eight; for doves, the bag
limit is 15.
You must get a no-cost
migratory bird permit if
you plan to hunt snipe,
doves or any other mi-
gratory game birds.
The FWC even pro-
vides an online "Dove
Hunters' Hotline,"
which gives up-to-date
information on Florida's
public dove fields. The
address is
MyFWC.com/Dove, and
it is updated every
Thursday throughout
dove season. Informa-
tion includes dove densi-
ties, previous week's
harvests and field condi-
tions.
Whether small-game
hunting with friends and
family or hunting solo,
going after that monster
buck, boar hog or big
tom, November brings
loads of great hunting
opportunities.
Here's wishing you a
happy Thanksgiving
and a successful hunting
season.


"Fish Busters' Bulletin"

By Bob Wattendorf and John Cimbaro

Fish attractors


Have you ever been
fishing and wished there
was a sign saying right
where the fish are? Well,
fish attractors and the
buoys that mark them
are intended to do just
that.
We all know that
sportfish like structure,
meaning something dif-
ferent than just a plain
sand or mud bottom
area, around which to
hang out. We also know
that tiny plants (phyto-
plankton) are the food
for many bugs that little
fish like to eat, and big
fish eat little fish.
When biologists plan a
fish attractor, they take
advantage of those two
facts, but a lot more goes
into the decision. Re-
search shows attractors
may not produce more
fish, but they do effec-
tively congregate fish. So
fish are more accessible
to anglers, especially
when there is a lack of
natural structure or
there is a need to bring
fish to a specific location.
Translation: a better op-
portunity to catch fish,
from small bream to tro-
phy bass.
For example, in com-
munity ponds or small
fish management areas
that are popular with
children and families, it
is often desirable to
place an attractor near
shore or a fishing pier to


give young anglers and
others without access to
a boat somewhere to aim
their cast. In other in-
stances, productive lakes
may have large areas of
open water, and a prop-
erly deployed and
marked attractor can
help provide a new
"honey hole" for recre-
ational fishermen.
Before we detail how
attractors are construct-
ed, where to find them
and how to fish them, let
us share a legal dis-
claimer or two. The
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC) has a permit
from the Department of
Environmental Regula-
tion to place attractors in
state waters. It is illegal
for anyone to place ma-
terials in public water-
ways without such a
permit and, moreover, in
many instances it can
constitute littering and
result in severe penal-
ties. Finally, unmarked
attractors without a min-
imum clearance of 3 feet
can become a navigation
hazard.
Most FWC-construct-
ed freshwater fish attrac-
tors are built from hard-
wood trees and branch-
es. A suitable location is
identified that will ben-
efit anglers, and a brush-
pile is submerged using
cinder blocks. Care is
taken to keep the tops of


the material at least 3
feet below the surface,
and a marker buoy is de-
ployed. Hardwood at-
tractors are effective be-
cause the natural sub-
strate quickly attracts al-
gae and stimulates the
food chain. In addition,
passages between the
branches provide hiding
places for small fish to
avoid predators. Ironi-
cally, branches also pro-
vide concealment points
for ambush predators
like bass.
Other attractors are
made of plastic or con-
crete materials. Those
are normally located
away from boat paths.
Their advantage is they
are longer lasting than
hardwood and need to
be refurbished less fre-
quently. Other attractors
are actually bedding
sites. These use oyster
shell or gravel to create a
desirable area for bass,
bream and crappie to
spawn over when the
surrounding bottom is
mucky.They can be very
productive for anglers,
especially in spring.
The net effect is a com-
munity of fish hanging
out where anglers can
find them. To fish effec-
tively around a fish at-
tractor, there are several
considerations. First, use
weedless lures or natural
baits with strong braid-
ed line. Second, when


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fishing from a boat, do
not anchor too close;
stay 50 feet or so away
and cast toward the
buoy. Remember there
are branches or other
material under the sur-
face, anchoring in
amongst them can pull
the attractors apart, ruin-
ing their effectiveness or
fouling your prop.
Most freshwater sport
fishes in Florida will use
attractors. The FWC's
Big Catch program in-
cludes 33 different
species for which an-
glers can be recognized.
Simply take a photo of
the fish and submit it. If
the fish is longer than
the Big Catch minimum
length or weight (see
MyFWC.com/BigCatch
for details), you will re-
ceive a customized cer-
tificate and have your
picture posted on the
Web. There are special
sizes for youths under 16
to encourage their par-


STERS'


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ticipation
However, the big re-
wards go to Trophy-
Catch anglers who catch,
document and release
bass over 8 pounds. Be-
ginning Oct. 1, you just
need to submit a photo
of your 8-pound plus
bass on a scale showing
the entire fish and its
weight to TrophyCatch-
Florida.com. An addi-
tional photo showing the
length of the fish on a
measuring tape will help
with verification, if the
first photo isn't clear.
You can choose to sub-
mit other photos such as
you holding the fish, the
bass' girth and release.
In return, you'll receive
rewards starting with a
$50 Bass Pro Shops gift
card and Bass King T-
shirt, to go along with
your customized certifi-
cate and window decal.
Registering on the web-
site makes you eligible
for a Phoenix Bass Boat


TIN
drawing. Like us at Face-
Book.com / Trophy-
CatchFlorida to get the
latest updates.
Find the location of
FWC fish attractors on-
line at
MyFWC.com / Fishing
(select freshwater, sites
and forecasts and then
fish attractors). A new
map (bit.ly/Attractors)
makes it easier for an-
glers to find attractors
and check out the video
at bit.ly/ YT-attractor.

Instant licenses are
available at
MyFWC.com/License or
by calling 888-FISH-
FLORIDA (347-4356).
Report violators by call-
ing 888-404-3922, *FWC
or #FWC on your cell
phone, or texting to
Tip@MyFWC.com. Visit
MyFWC.com / Fishing
and select "more news,"
or scr.bi/Fish-busters
for more Fish Busters'
Bulletins.


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Around the

Banks of the


The plop, plop, plop-
ping of pecans on the old
tin roof of the barn shel-
ter over at the farm al-
ways signals the "true"
beginning of the fall sea-
son, and, in truth, the
holiday season which
begins to move, in small
increments into high
gear beginning around
the first of November.
So many wonderful
memories associated
with the fall. I saw an ar-
ticle in this past Sun-
day's Lake City Reporter
about the Columbia
County Fair. The fair
was a HUGE deal when
I was a child. No Disney
World then, and very
few opportunities for the
kind of recreation the
fair brought to the com-
munity. I can close my
eyes now and "see" the
coliseum in Live Oak
during the fairs of my
childhood, the Suwan-
nee County Fair. All the
booths decorated by the
various 4-H Clubs and
Home Demonstration
Clubs; all the beautiful
live stock on display -
cattle, hogs, chickens,
turkeys, geese, you


name it and the rides I
never cared much for,
but the food, oh my, I
did love the food at the
fair. Treats you couldn't
purchase all the time,
wonderful candy apples,
cotton candy, those great
sausage dogs that were
grilled with onions. Oh, I
can close my eyes and
just think about the food
sold a the fairs of my
childhood, truly, truly
wonderful.
Cane grindings. I saw
someone the other day,
stripping and cutting
some sugar cane. I can
remember this was an
annual event over at our
farm during my child-
hood. The old sugar
cane mill was "fed".
Someone put in the
whole stalks of cane and
the juice was extracted,
then put into big syrup
kettles where the cane
juice was cooked unit it
was deemed ready to
pour into bottles for cane
syrup. The days of cane
grindings were wonder-
ful days. You had
friends and relatives
who came to help with
the task. One of the


ladies in the family usu-
ally baked a big pan of
biscuits brought hot
from the oven, covered
with the freshly made
cane syrup. Wonderful.
The white tailed deer
hunting season (the
opening day) during the
days of my childhood
was "charged" with ex-
citement. There were not
as many people hunting
during those days and,
here in the flat woods of
Southern Hamilton
County, there were
miles and miles, thou-
sands upon thousands
of woods and different
hunting parties hunted
primarily in those days
with hunting hounds.
The musical sound of
deer hounds across the
pines and palmettos of
the flat woods, as they
trailed, then jumped, a
white tailed deer, was
such a part of life. If we
were not in the woods,
we frequently were
awakened to this sound
on frosty, fall mornings.
I can close my eyes and
hear the hounds now. It
is a sound that is about a
thing of the past.


As Thanksgiving ap-
proached, we always
looked forward in going
over to Live Oak and
visiting with my pater-
nal grandparents, the
late Boman and Annie
Taylor, and we would
drive over and visit our
cousins the late Mr. and
Mrs. Walter
Turman who grew
turkeys, and a lot of
them, to sell during the
holiday season. We al-
ways got our holiday
turkeys from Cousin Kid
and Mae and part of the
joy of going there was
the visit. I loved them,
and they were always so
good to me. I can close
my eyes and see them
right now, hear their
voices.
I also remember my
Daddy, the late Wade
Bullard and my mother's
cousin and one of Dad-
dy's best friends, the late
Eugene "Gene" Turman,
Live Oak, spending
hours quail hunting over
in Suwannee County
with great bird dogs
who were trained to
point and retrieve the
quail. I associate so


much of fall with memo-
ries of my Daddy, and I
can still taste the quail to
this day. Love quail.
As I look across our
beloved North Florida,
the trees are beginning
to change color, there is
a little "nip" in the air,
folks are making fires
and sitting around them
and "telling tales" and I
am sure the younger
people are making mem-
ories of their own they
will pass on. Memories
that will mean a great
deal to them associated
with the fall season. Fall
is my very favorite sea-
son. It is a rare time of
year when a little magic
touches our part of the
world and it becomes a
bit more vibrant; full of
life.
Part of that vibrant life
in "our" beloved home-
land, especially this time
of year has always been
and will always be food.


The recipe I am about to
share, while not unique,
does combine some
wonderful, wonderful
ingredients dear to the
southern heart, and the
result is, well, just a little
bit of heaven, gastro-
nomic heaven here on
earth. My mother makes
this each year at Thanks-
giving, and, truly, it
could serve as a dessert
rather than a "side" dish,
but don't tell her that.

I wish you all a mar-
velous autumn and fall
season. Get out and en-
joy this beautiful weath-
er, and look forward to
many upcoming events,
as the fall and holiday
season progresses.
From the Eight Mile
Still on the Woodpecker
Route north of White
Springs, wishing you all
a day filled with joy,
peace, and, above all,
lots of love and laughter.


Senator Russell Sweet
Potato Souffle
3 cups of mashed sweet potatoes
I cup of sugar
2 eggs
1 1/2 tsp. of pure vanilla extract
1/2 cup of butter
1/2 cup of milk
1/2 tsp. of salt

Mix well and put in baking dish.

Topping
1 cup of packed brown sugar
1/3 cup of flour
1 cup of chopped pecans
1/3 cup of butter

Mix all ingredients well and sprinkle on top of
potatoes. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees.


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Country boy follows dreams in Nashville


Submitted
JR Hernandez is just 18, but has a lifelong, burning
passion for a career in country music. This Bell, Fla.
and local country singer/songwriter/guitar picker
pulled up his stakes, left home for the first time in his
life and moved to Nashville recently to make it hap-
pen. And, he's loving every minute of his journey.
Leaving his family and the green grass of home in
Bell, a tiny town nestled around US 129/CR49 in
Gilchrist County was difficult. But, JR's passion for
music and song writing wouldn't let him stay in
Bell...his plans have always been to go to Nashville
as soon as he graduated from high school. And,
that's exactly what he did. He is now beginning to
feel the success of the move.
JR's new adventure probably has a good country
song in it somewhere! "I stayed in a hotel six weeks
where I couldn't cook, so I ate at fast food restau-
rants all the time," he laughs. Used to mama's cook-
ing every day, that's culture shock for this North


Hit a home run with

Social Security


By Michael W.
Grochowski
Social Security Regional
Commissioner in
Atlanta
Baseball fans across
the nation (and around
the world) have just en-
joyed the 109th World
Series. Many fans are al-
ready looking forward
to spring training, fol-
lowed by cheering
crowds filling giant sta-
diums as the new season
gets under way.
Baseball is America's
pastime. In the same
way, Social Security is
America's cornerstone.
Virtually every Ameri-
can knows about base-
ball, and just about
every person in America
benefits from Social Se-
curity.
These days, more
baseball fans watch on
their television sets than
in person. Many fans
have even taken to
watching their favorite
team play online. Did
you know that more
people apply for their
Social Security retire-
ment benefits online in-
stead of going way out
into left field to visit an
office and apply in per-
son? In fact, more than
fifty percent of people
apply for retirement
benefits online.
But just how many
people is that?
Imagine your favorite
full-sized baseball stadi-
um packed full of cheer-
ing fans. Now imagine
your second-favorite


full-sized stadium, also
packed full. That's a lot
of people, but not even
close. Try to picture over
140 full-sized stadiums
brimming full of fans.
That's how many people
have applied online for
Social Security retire-
ment benefits. More than
six million people!
It's as easy to under-
stand why people prefer
our online application at
www.socialsecurity.gov
versus applying in an of-
fice as it is to understand
why so many people
love baseball. Applying
online is convenient-
you can do it from the
comfort of your home or
office with the baseball
game on your radio or
television set. And ap-
plying online is like
watching a game on TV
- there's no traffic, no
lines, and you can wear
whatever you want.
Need to step away to
refresh your snacks?
You can stop and restart
your application at any
time. But you probably
won't need to since it can
be completed, from start
to finish, in as little as 15
minutes. Once you elec-
tronically submit your
application, that's it. You
can sit back and enjoy
the rest of the game.
When you are up to
bat for retirement, join
the millions who have
applied the easy way:
online. You're sure to hit
a home run at www.so-
cialsecurity.gov/pgm/r
etirement.htm


Florida country boy. "Now, I've got an apartment,
and I can cook, so I'm eating stuff like fried chicken
and rice again," JR said. Gone are the drive-thru
breakfasts, lunches and dinners he soon came to dis-
like after a few weeks. He will probably get a lot of
practice as his two friends from back home, Josh and
Cody Boatright who now attend school in Nashville,
are probably thinking they've got it made for some
good ole home cooking after being away from home
longer than JR has been.
A graduate with a certificate in mechanics from
Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center in Live Oak,
JR used that degree to secure a job in mechanics'
work almost as soon as he arrived in Nashville,
something not everyone who goes to Nashville seek-
ing their fortune in country music has achieved.
Check. Next he got a hotel room and began the wait
for an apartment near his work place. Now he's a
real Nashville resident with his own place. Check.
He quickly found Douglas Corner Cafe, one of
Nashville's "Legendary Venues," where songwriters
and musicians gather Tuesday nights to sing origi-
nal songs. Check. He's a regular there, singing songs
he's writing. Douglas Corner, located on 8th Street in
Nashville, is to songwriters and aspiring artists what
the world famous "Improv" is to comedians. It has
been a showcase venue for such artists as Alan Jack-
son, Trisha Yearwood, Marc Collie, The Kentucky
Headhunters, Billy Dean, John Berry, Blake Shelton
and many others, according to its website. Check.
Since moving to Nashville in early August, JR has
sung at the Bluebird Cafe, met many other musi-
cians, songwriters and some producers. He's even
played at an area festival. "Nashville is definitely not
Florida," he laughs. "Traffic is awful, but I only live
about five minutes from where I work so it's not so
bad. Life's pretty much like I thought it would be up
here in Nashville," JR comments. Although he's get-
ting entrenched into the music scene in Nashville,
there's still the day-to-day work to keep a roof over
his head, eat and get to those musical gatherings. At
18, he's up to whatever it takes to make it.
JR has written several new songs in his off-time,
covering a wide variety of subjects to add to his
nearly one dozen originals songs. "I pretty much
want to have an abundance of original songs to do
an hour and a half show when I'm asked," he sug-
gests. "My main goal in Nashville is to write music
right now. I want to have an abundance of pretty
much every kind of music."
While he's working, singing and writing, JR will
find time to fit into the Nashville country music
world. JR plans to enter an American Idol pre-season
audition soon, following in the footsteps of fellow
Floridian/friend country artist Rion Paige who is a
sensation on this season's X Factor! Both have per-
formed at the largest country music Jam in the


South, the Suwannee River Jam at The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak, Fla.
Both have competed in the North Florida Texaco
Country Showdown. Rion won the North Florida
competition last year. While JR came close to win-
ning this year, his friend and fellow artist who also
performed at the Jam this year, Nalani Quintello,
won the North Florida and the state Texaco Country
Showdown this year at the SOSMP and competed
Nov. 1 in the regional competition in Georgia. All
three are friends, stay in touch and cheer each other
on in their musical careers.
This Christian teenager might not attract a lot of
attention if he's not singing...he's quiet and well-
mannered, yet he's right at home on a stage.... .like he
was born to be there. But when this country boy of
Hispanic heritage begins to sing in his deep Josh
Turner style voice that is all his own, everyone takes
notice. People stop, look and often say, 'Is that voice
coming from that young man?' Yes, indeed, it is. JR's
deep, sexy, magnetic bold voice is far beyond his
years when he sings songs like "Arlington," "Pretty
Girl," "Old Red" and other favorite country songs.
Arlington won him second place, $500 and paved
the way for him to sing at the Suwannee River Jam.
"My buddies at work are my guinea pigs," he
laughs, noting he videos his songs on a CD at night,
brings the CD to work to play for them to get their
opinion. "They aren't all country fans, but they seem
to like the songs."
If you are headed to Nashville any time soon, you
just might see Bell's own JR Hernandez performing
if you stop into any of the home-away-from-home
restaurants/clubs in Nashville that invites musi-
cians to perform. Check out his Facebook site or his
YouTube site at
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can hear songs he's videoed.


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Jasper teen


dies in single


vehicle crash


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ing east in a rural area
on SW 107 Ave. at a rel-
atively high rate of
speed, estimated to be
in excess of 60 mph in a
posted 35 mph zone.
Evidence at the scene
indicated Mitchell al-
lowed her vehicle to
veer off the roadway
onto the left, northern-
most sloped grassy
shoulder, while at-
tempting to negotiate a
right curve. The truck
entered into an adja-
cent tree line and struck
several trees.
Mitchell, who was


not wearing a seatbelt,
was ejected from the
vehicle during the
course of the impacts
with the first set of
trees and sustained fa-
tal injuries. There were
no other occupants in
the vehicle. Mitchell
was pronounced de-
ceased at the scene by
responding rescue per-
sonnel, FHP said.
Damage to the pick-
up was estimated at
$9,000 and the accident
investigation is pend-
ing the outcome of
breath alcohol content
results, according to
FHP.


Sen. Montford to hold

mobile office hours Nov. 19


Continued From Page 1A

Jasper.
To make sure their of-
fice is aware of any is-
sues or concerns Hamil-
ton County constituents
may have, Senator Bill
Montford's office holds
periodic meetings to
gather citizen input.
Senator Montford's
staff looks forward to
seeing and hearing from
you. For more informa-
tion, call the Capital Dis-


strict Office at 850-487-
5003.








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Medical Center, reports
state.
Dubose was cited for
failing to maintain a
single lane. The vehicle


sustained $15,000 in
damages. Both the dri-
ver and passenger were
wearing seatbelts and
alcohol was not a factor
in the crash, according
to FHP.


White Springs Fire Dept. update


Continued From Page 1A

companies who need re-
liable, up-to-date infor-
mation about a commu-
nity's fire-protection ser-
vices.
The ISO analyzes the
relevant data using a
Fire Suppression Rating
Schedule (FSRS) and
then assigns a Public
Protection Classification
from 1 to 10 with Class
10 indicating the area's
fire-suppression pro-
gram doesn't meet ISO's
minimum criteria. The
ISO rating for White
Springs is currently a
seven. If the deficiencies
aren't corrected by Dec.
20, the town's rating
could soar to a Class 10,
which would greatly in-
crease residents' home-
owner's insurance rates
or for some, they would-
n't even be able to get in-
surance.
Hamilton County
Emergency Manage-
ment Director Henry


Land said when the ISO
did their last inspection
in White Springs they
found deficiencies in
manpower, equipment
and housing for the fire
truck.
One hurdle has been
accomplished with the
addition of Fire Admin-
istrator Chris Greene,
who replaced Fire Chief
Steve Stith who recently
resigned. In addition to
Greene, there are cur-
rently two other volun-
teer firefighters on the
team, Andrew Green
and Jamie Tannachion.
Parley said Chris
Greene has already sub-
mitted his application to
the State Fire Marshal's
Office to get certified as
a fire chief.
Recruitment efforts
are also underway to
bring more volunteer
firefighters onto the
White Springs team
through Gateway Com-
munity College's Fire-
fighter Program and


other avenues.
The town is also ap-
plying for a Community
Development Block
Grant (CDBG) for
$600,000 to build a new
fire department, al-
though that cycle does-
n't begin until January,
2014.
ISO requires fire
trucks and their equip-
ment to be housed in an
enclosed, climate-con-
trolled building, which
the town doesn't cur-
rently have. Parley said
he is in talks with
Hamilton County Cor-
rectional Institution to
utilize their work squad
to help with the enclo-
sure of the shelter be-
hind town hall where
the fire truck is currently
being housed.
County and city offi-
cials already met once
for a joint meeting on
Oct. 28, to discuss issues
and develop short and
long term plans to im-
prove fire protection for


Hamilton County citi-
zens.
The results of that
meeting, as far as White
Springs is concerned, are
that Chris Greene will be
requesting an extension
of the ISO's Dec. 20
deadline, as well as
make sure the fire house
enclosure is completed
by the Dec. 20 deadline.
Land is working with
the Sheriff's Office to
change protocol that will
automatically dispatch
two stations for every
fire call. It is a current
practice, but must be
documented to satisfy
language in the ISO re-
quirements for automat-
ic aid versus mutual aid.
The next meeting of
the Fire Council is set for
Nov. 18 at the EOC in
Jasper at 1:30 p.m.
Meanwhile, the coun-
ty is making certain that
White Springs residents
are getting appropriate
coverage for any emer-
gency fire calls.


A message from Rep. Ted Yoho


Dear Friends,
Recently, we've seen a growing number of
people call for a delay of the Affordable Care
Act. Incomplete doctor lists, error messages, pri-
vacy issues, and other glitches continue to
plague the website. We also have security issues
with the "navigator" program that exposes pri-
vate information.
A one year delay of the Affordable Care Act is
a reasonable solution that proponents of the Af-
fordable Care Act should support. Even sup-
porters of this legislation can recognize that
there are problems with this law that need to be
addressed. I don't believe Americans should
be forced to buy health insurance. Forcing some-
one to buy health insurance infringes on their
liberties and freedoms. However, right now,
even if you wanted to be in compliance with this
law, chances are that you would have a difficult
time. People shouldn't be punished or pay a fine
for the government's failures.


Therefore, I believe a one year delay of the law
not only is the reasonable thing to do--it is the
correct thing to do. I will be the first to admit
that I am not in favor of this legislation. Howev-
er, so long as these problems plague the Afford-
able Care Act there should be a delay of the
penalties and fines.
However, it is not simply enough to oppose
the Affordable Care Act--there needs to be a so-
lution. I am in favor of the American Health
Care Reform Act (HR 3121) as a free-market op-
tion to provide affordable access to health insur-
ance. This legislation unleashes competition by
allowing Americans to purchase health insur-
ance across state lines. If a health plan in anoth-
er state is affordable and has a plan that is a
good fit, you should have the freedom to pur-
chase that plan. It also enables small businesses
to pool together and purchase health insurance.
This legislation also provides tax reform to al-
low Americans and their families the ability to
deduct health care costs just like corporations
can do now. It protects those with pre-existing
conditions and limits the frivolous medical mal-
practice lawsuits that drive up the cost of insur-
ance. It also expands Health Savings Accounts
to give you ultimate control over how you
spend and save your health dollars.
These are just a few solutions that would elim-
inate the federal mandate to purchase health in-
surance and protect Americans from being
forced to buy something simply for living and
breathing. You see, health costs can be lowered
in a way that allows freedom, choice, and inno-
vation. I am in favor of this legislation and oth-
ers that would accomplish these noble goals.
I encourage you to take a look at this legisla-
tion.
Take care,
Ted


Pilot study on sinkholes kicks off: Professional geologists talk sinkholes 101


Continued From Page 1A

He said it was FDEP's
intent to use the three
counties to develop the
mapping techniques
that would later be used
for the rest of the state.
Arthur said the project
would have a duration
of three years with a to-
tal budget of $1.1 mil-
lion, the bulk of it fund-
ed through FEMA and
the remainder from oth-
er state agencies.

Sinkholes: Why Florida?
Kromhout said to un-
derstand sinkholes and
why they form, one
must understand the ge-
ology behind them.
"The entire state of
Florida is underlined by
a thick sequence of lime-
stone and over the lime-
stone is a mixture of
sand and clay," said
Kromhout.
He said this was sig-
nificant because lime-
stone possesses the
unique characteristic of
being dissolved. When
rain water filters
through the sediment of
sands and clays, it inter-
acts with the air trapped
in the soil causing a re-
action making it become
acidic over time which


dissolves the limestone.
He said over longer pe-
riods of time, this cre-
ates voids underground
and eventually leads to
forming sinkholes.
Kromhout discussed
and showed pictures
around the state of dif-
ferent sinkholes of
which there are two
main types, cover subsi-
dence and cover col-
lapse sinkholes. Cover
subsidence types were
generally larger and
formed over a longer
period of time. They
were also more difficult
to identify because
they're often very shal-
low. The collapse sink-
holes are often sudden
and far more devastat-
ing in damage.
"One important as-
pect about sinkholes is
the fact that they can be
triggered," said
Kromhout. "Those are
often the ones that get
people's attention."
He said heavy rainfall
adding extra weight to
the sediment can cause a
collapse. One notable
time he mentioned was
locally during Tropical
Storm Debby in which
hundreds of sinkholes
opened up in the coun-
ty. Suwannee held the


record for the most rain-
fall for the state, but was
beat by Wakulla County
with over 28 inches of
rainfall within a 24 hour
period. He said the
topography in Wakulla
is similar to that of
Suwannee's and they,
too, experienced heavy
sinkhole activity.

The project
"There are the side ef-
fects of sinkholes," said
Kromhout. "They cause
lots of property damage,
as we've seen the uptick
of insurance being a re-
mediation of sinkholes
is not only associated
with water of the storm
events, but sinkholes in
general. Hopefully, this
project can be a factor in
that."
Kromhout said the
sinkhole study project
came to fruition after TS
Debby. FDEP was ap-
proached by a team of
geological surveyors in
December of 2012 say-
ing, "We had a whole
bunch of sinkholes
form. We looked at our
state hazard mitigation
plan and we feel our
section on sinkholes is
relatively weak."
They asked FDEP if
they would help and


was there a tool they
could provide to help
strengthen the section.
FDEP agreed and pro-
posed a three-year pro-
ject for Suwannee, Co-
lumbia and Hamilton
counties and they chose
these three because of
their high geomorphic
diversity. Geomorphol-
ogy is the study of land
forms and particularly
the make-up content of
the land forms.
Kromhout said the three
counties had a varying
mix of high and low
concentrations of sand
over limestone or sand
and clay over limestone.
He said the city of
Live Oak had personally
asked them to conduct
the project in Suwannee
County. Kromhout said
the information they
gather the first year of
the study will be used to
help create a model that
will be later used for all
of Florida. FGS will then
provide a map to the
mitigation section of
Florida Emergency
Management that they
will then use to enhance
their mitigation plan.
"We're going to re-
quire a large amount of
data for the model," said
Kromhout. "A large part


of that is knowing
where the sinkholes are.
We need to know about
recent or new sinkholes,
so that's why we need
your help."
He said they get many
reports on sinkholes,
but not nearly enough to
help support an accu-
rate model of sinkhole
activity. People often re-
port them when sink-
holes have damaged
buildings or roads in the
more populated areas,
but in the more rural ar-
eas, they almost go un-
noticed. Kromhout said
it was important to their
study for the public to
report as much as they
can by taking pictures of
the areas and notifying
them of where they're
located. He concluded
saying the project's suc-
cess would rely heavily
on Geographic Informa-
tion System data of
which Baker went into
more detail.
Baker said as
Kromhout had said ear-
lier that people will of-
ten report sinkhole ac-
tivity when it comes to
infrastructure damage
which will result in an
inaccurate report of an
area.
"What happens in a


national forest doesn't
make it into our data-
base," said Baker.
"That's why we need
more of these points be-
cause they're heavily bi-
ased toward infrastruc-
ture."
Baker said the project
would have them look-
ing at the subsidence ar-
eas to determine what is
going on beneath them,
like soil type, type of
limestone, soil drainage,
water table fluctuations
and proximity to
streams. He said there
was an absence of natur-
al streams in the Suwan-
nee area, but a high
amount of subsidence
events in areas which
don't have surface water
flow or surface drainage
which might be indica-
tive of a sinkhole.
"We're going to inves-
tigate and see if there's a
mathematical or scien-
tific correlation between
subsidence events and
sinkhole formation and
hydrology," said Baker.
He said after all that
data was gathered and
compiled, they would
make a relative vulnera-
bility map which would
have to be flexible and
updatable for when new
sinkholes form.


Local involved in

Suwannee crash


Domestic Violence

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Another Way, Inc. provides a domestic vio-
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Central Hamilton Elementary Students of the Quarter


Pre-K students recognized for "Progressing in Skills".


Second grade AR Trophy Winner, Gracie Ball; Third Grade AR
Trophy Winner, Alissia Harris.


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Kyla Sands, sixth grade AR Students of the Quarter, Aiyanna Kennedy, 1st grade; Maya
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Barn

gathering

at Gloryhill

Cowboy

Church

Join Gloryhill Cowboy
Church at J & B Corral in
Jasper on Saturday, Nov.
16 at 4 p.m.
The Gospel of Jesus
Christ will be shared
from the round pen by
Amazing Horse Min-
istries Rick Lane.
Dinner will be provid-
ed around the bonfire!
Banjo's & guitars and
singing too.
BRING A CHAIR for
yourself and a friend!
Don't forget your jack-
ets.
Please let us know
how many are coming
with you so we can pre-
pare the food. Boston
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mings.
For more detailed in-
formation call Becky
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home or 772-263-1015
cell
The church is located
at 4850 N.W., 40th Ave.,
Jasper.


Family history


I am putting together a
family history book on
the descendants of
Stephen, William & Sarah
Ann Grant. Surnames in-
clude Grant, Hewitt,
Adams, Land, McCray,


McClamma & any other
related. If you would like
to submit information or
photos or are interested,
please contact Cher
Newell at 386-209-1559 or
386-364-1608.


Jerome Hawkins, Principal's Award.


AGENDA
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA
Room 112 Courthouse 207 Northeast First Street
Jasper, Florida
MEETING DATE: NOVEMBER 19, 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) BOARD APPOINTMENT TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
6) FIRE DEPARTMENTS CONSOLIDATION
7) APPROVE BILLS
8) CORRESPONDENCE AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
9) 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
6:15 P.M. FY 2012-13 BUDGET AMENDMENTS

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, NOVEMBER
13, 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 matter of their appearance before the Board not later than Tuesday prior
to the Board Meeting the following Tuesday.
(*) NOTICE: Persons 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, will be limited to five (5) minutes, in the
interest of meeting time. The Board of County Commissioners will hear and listen to
persons appearing whose subject has not been shown on the agenda; however, action by
the Board on any such matter can only be taken upon determination of an emergency
situation. Any identifiable group of three (3) persons or more shall be limited to a
total of ten (10) minutes per topic.
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 ACCOMMODATION FOR ATTENDANCE AT THIS MEETING SHOULD
CONTACT THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT, ROOM 106, 207 NORTHEAST FIRST STREET, JASPER,
FLORIDA, TELEPHONE (386) 792-1288, NOT LATER THAN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDINGS.
IF HEARING IMPAIRED, TDD (386) 792-0857.

NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2013 AT 9:00 A.M.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA
CONSENT AGENDA
November 19, 2013



1) MINUTES APPROVE:
A) November 5, 2013 Regular Meeting
2) COUNTY DEPARTMENT HEADS INFORMATION ITEMS:
A) EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES:
1) Operations Report August 2013 file
3) APPROVE PAYMENT OF THE FOLLOWING INVOICE FROM ARD, SHIRLEY & RUDOLPH P.A.:
A) Invoice No. 9128 Phosphate Mining Issues $255.00
4) APPROVE PAYMENT OF THE FOLLOWING INVOICE FROM RHETT BULLARD P.A.:
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5) APPROVE AND EXECUTE A SATISFACTION OF THE DEFERRED PAYMENT LOAN
AGREEMENT UNDER THE CDBG HOUSING REHABILITATION PROGRAM EXECUTED
BY LONNIE CURRY ON SEPTEMBER 26, 2005.

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Local Mitigation Strategy

(LMS) Planing Committee

to Meet November 21, 2013


The Hamilton County LMS Planning
Committee/Work Group will meet at 2PM
on Thursday, November 21, 2013 at the
Hamilton County Emergency
Management Office. The County
encourages any interested citizens and
business owners to attend and provide
input. The Committee guides the
preparation of the Hamilton County LMS,
which serves as a plan to reduce the
community's long-term risk for
protecting people and property from the
affects of natural disasters and to build a
safer and stronger community. Please
contact the Hamilton County Emergency
Management Department at:
(386) 792-6647 for more information.


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221 SE Cabot Trail

Flexible Hours Madison, FL 32340

1-10 to exit 262. North 200 yards, turn left
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Equal Opportunity Employer


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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013










THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013


Savvy Senior


How divorce can affect


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Ex-spouse


Dear Ex-spouse,
You'll be happy to
know that for the most
part, Social Security pro-
vides divorced spouses
benefits just like they do
spouses, if you meet the
government's require-
ments. Here's how it
works.
A divorced spouse can
collect a Social Security
retirement benefit on the
work record of their ex-
husband (or ex-wife) if
they are at least age 62,
were married for at least
10 years, are unmarried
now, and are not eligible
for a higher benefit
based on their own work
record.
In order to collect,
however, your former
spouse must also be at
least 62 and eligible for
Social Security benefits,
and you must have been
divorced for at least two
years. But, he doesn't
have to be receiving
them in order for you to
collect divorced spouse's
benefits.
Even if your ex is re-
married, it won't affect
your right to divorcee
benefits, nor will it affect
your ex's retirement
benefits or his current
spouse's benefits.

Benefit Amount
A divorced spouse can
receive up to 50 percent
of their ex's full Social
Security benefit, or less if
they take benefits before
their full-retirement age
- which is 66 if you were
born between 1943 and
1954. To find out your
full-retirement age and


see how much your ben-
efits will be reduced by
taking them early
see ssa.gov/retire2/ager
eduction.htm.
Keep in mind though,
that if you qualify for
benefits based on your
own work history, you'll
receive the larger of the
two benefits. You cannot
receive benefits on both
your own record, and
your ex's work record
too.
To find out your retire-
ment benefits based on
your own earnings his-
tory, see your Social Se-
curity statement
at ssa.gov/myaccount.
And to get an estimate of
your divorced spouse
benefit, call Social Secu-
rity at 800-772-1213.
You'll need you're ex's
Social Security Number
to get it.

Getting Remarried
Since three-quarters of
U.S. divorcees get mar-
ried again, it's also im-
portant to understand
that remarrying makes
you ineligible for di-
vorced spouse's benefits
unless the later marriage
ends. And, for those
who have been married
and divorced twice, with
both marriages lasting
more than 10 years, you
can collect using the ex-
spouse with the larger
Social Security benefit.

Divorced Survivor
You also need to know
that if your ex-spouse
dies, and you were mar-
ried for 10 or more years,
you become eligible for
divorced "survivor ben-
efits," which is worth up
to 100 percent of what
your ex-spouse was due.
Survivor's benefits are
available to divorced
spouses as early as age
60 (50 if you're dis-
abled). But, if you remar-
ry before 60 you become


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tf)-27(bt t)-27(fnf)-27()-27( t)-27(b)-27(nb)-27()' ()-27(r )333( To Register or For Additional Information Call Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center 386-647-4200 The Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Centers Community Education Program Now offering Gun Safety/Concealed Weapons Training Saturday, December 14, 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 License 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 12/11/13. Cost is $75.00 per person and participants must be 18 years of age or older. Location: Suwannee County Sheriffs Office-Criminal Division1902 Duval St. Live Oak, FL Instructor: Lt. Wayne Musgrove, Jr. with the Suwannee County Sheriffs Office Each participant will be required to provide: Handgun At least 50 rounds of ammunition Eye protection (sunglasses will do) Transportation to the firing range 838050 & 17 year old students can join the class if accompanied by a parent. 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fn)-27( rt)-27(nbn)-27()-27( t)-27(b)-27(nb)-27()-27( The holiday season is a prime time for entertaining and eating many rich foods. Oftentimes, people find their dieting and healthy eating plans fall by the wayside when Thanksgiving arrives and indulgence continues through New Years Day celebrations. Those who find that they have trouble pushing themselves away from the dinner table may want to try a modified version of a food-thickening agent that can reduce hunger pangs and help individuals feel fuller after eating less. In August of 2012, a German research team presented their findings about an ingredient called SATISFIT-LTG at the 244th National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society. The product is a variation on methyl cellulose, which helps to thicken foods. SATISFIT-LTG is a white powder that dissolves in cold water and forms a thick solution. The solution gels up when heated, and using it in food may give eaters the impression that they consumed plenty of food and that their stomachs are full, helping to reduce the tendency for overeating. With that sense of fullness and hungersatisfaction, they would not crave more food, says Dr. Carsten Huettermann of Dow Wolff Cellulosics in Germany, the team responsible for developing the ingredient. In fact, Dr. Huettermann said that, in his first study, he witnessed fewer calories being consumed after participants ate the new SATISFIT-LTG product. The research team allowed volunteers to eat as much as they wanted in the study. Those who had the anti-hunger ingredient in their food consumed 13 percent less calories than those who did not. Methyl cellulose in its regular form is a texturizer and emulsifier in food products. It has been used safely for more than 50 years, primarily in baked goods and ready-made meals. It also has been used as a treatment for constipation. 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