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The Jasper news
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Regional semi-final winners!


The Trojans, led by Coach Blair Armstrong, had an outstanding season, finishing 4-5 for the regular season and winning the district
championship undefeated with a record of 3-0. The Trojans defeated the Bell High Bulldogs 39-24 in last week's regional semi-fi-
nals. The Trojans will host the Trenton Tigers Friday evening, Nov. 22, at the Hamilton County Veterans Stadium in Jasper in the re-
gional finals. Gates will open at 6 p.m. and the game will begin at 7:30 p.m. See more in Sports, page 10A. Photo: Ben Daniel, Jasper
Studios


Jasper home destroyed by fire


Firefighters tread through smoking embers at the front of the home. -Photos: Joyce Marie Taylor


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Multiple fire units respond-
ed to a structure fire in a resi-
dential area behind the Hamil-
ton County Jail in Jasper on
Wednesday, Nov. 13.


Community F
speaks out on si
school truancy
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor
@gaflnews.com
At the Tuesday, Nov.
12 meeting of the Hamil-
ton County School
Board, half a dozen peo-
ple spoke out on school
truancy and other issues
facing the district's
school system.
Sarah Higginbotham
First to speak was
Sarah Higginbotham of
Jasper, who serves on the This
School Advisory Council Trop
(SAC).
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According to officials, a call
came into dispatch at 1:32 p.m.
on Wednesday, Nov. 13, that a
house was fully engulfed in
flames at 11022 NW 38 St. in
Jasper with another structure
in danger, as well as a downed
power line. At least 10 emer-


agency units from Jasper and
Hamilton County responded
to the call, as well as Sheriff's
deputies and responders from
Duke Energy.
Jasper Fire Chief Bill Trinder
SEE JASPER, PAGE 2A


lorida Geological Survey begins
sinkhole vulnerability study


s sinkhole formed partially under a building at South Hamilton Elementary School following
)ical Storm Debby in June 2012. File photo


emitted by FDEP
ALLAHASSEE -The Florida Ge-
gical Survey started its work on
Sinkhole Vulnerability Mapping
Dject after they hosted a meeting
stakeholders on Nov. 6, in Live
k. Following the meeting, field
rk commenced with document-
multiple sinkholes on private
downer's property in the pilot


study area of Suwannee, Columbia
and Hamilton counties. The data
will be part of Geologic Information
System data that will be compiled
and processed in the study.
Supported by a $1.08 million fed-
eral grant, the Florida Geological
Survey will combine the data layers


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Today's Weather
High
750 F
Low
580 F Precip: 10%

Cloudy skies. High near 75F. Winds
NE at 5 to 10 mph.. Chance of rain
10%. For up to the minute weather
go to www.nflaonline.com.


JFK remembered:


50 years later

By Bryant Thigpen

On Nov. 22, 1963, this nation mourned the loss
of the 35th President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy,
who was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in
Dallas, Texas. Much like 9-11 of this century, those
who were here that dreadful day in November
can remember where they were and how they felt
when they received the news Kennedy was dead.
Fifty years later, we reflect back on the local im-
pact of Kennedy's death, as well as thoughts from
SEE JFK, PAGE 6A


Remembering 11/22/63
Local leaders and
residents recount that
historic day
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Johnny Bullard: "Suwannee High School was
having their homecoming parade. Mama and
Daddy and I stopped at Childress Market and the
late Robert Johns drove up and told Daddy to turn
on the radio. The President had been shot. I re-
member Daddy saying, "The hell you say."
We turned the radio on and, of course, it was
everywhere. We got back to White Springs and
went to my Grandma Bullard's house where she,
my Uncle Warren and several other family mem-
bers were watching the events unfold on TV. I
was very young, but I remember watching the fu-
neral on TV, and when the young John Kennedy
saluted his father's casket, I remember Mama cry-
ing. It was a very sad time in the life of our na-
tion."
Harrell Reid: "I was a junior in high school and
the high school was where Bank of America is
now. At that time, we had a gym and we had a

SEE REMEMBERING, PAGE 6A


Jasper lights the park Nov. 26
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
The city of Jasper will be hosting the annual
Lighting of the Park in
downtown Jasper on - - --------
Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 6 I _1f I


p.m.
There will be
singing, as well as hot
dogs, drinks and cook-
ies for sale, along with
horse and buggy rides.
Please come out and
join the community to
kick off the holiday
season.


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PAGE 2A THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2013


Heirline and LifeSong in concert Nov. 22


Heirline will be re-
turning to Madison on
Friday night, November
22, for an exciting night
of gospel music at Yogi
Bear's Jellystone Park.
The concert will start at
7 p.m., and the doors
will open at 6 p.m.
LifeSong will also be
performing during the
evening.
Ernie Dawson is the
lead vocalist for the
group. Ernie has written
many of the songs the
group sings. Many of
the songs have been in
the top ten and top
twenty of the Singing
News Magazine Chart.
He is best known for
writing such songs as
"My Mama's Prayer,"
"He's Alive," "Lord
Send Me A Refuge,"
"She's Not Crying Any-
more," and a song he co-
wrote with his son Eric,
"Jesus Has Conquered
The Grave," which was
their first top 10 song.
Ernie says it has been
like a dream come true
being able to travel with
his wife, Linda, and
their two sons, Eric and
Landon, and minister to
crowds across the coun-
try.
Ernie and Linda's old-
est son, Eric, sings bari-
tone for the group. Eric
also co-wrote the groups
first top ten song, "Jesus
Has Conquered The
Grave." Eric is the bus
driver, sound technician
among other things for
the ministry. Eric does a
lot for the ministry, but
never complains about
what he does. Ernie said,
"He's my right arm, I
don't know what I
would do without him."
Eric's love for the Lord
is evident in everything
he does. His goal, first
and foremost though, is
to reach those who
doesn't know Christ.



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-


-leirline


LifeSong


"I hope something
that we sing or say
touches someone's life,"
Eric said. "That's why
we do what we do."
Jackie Lamb is the
tenor vocalist and is no
stranger to gospel mu-
sic. For many years,
Jackie served as the
tenor vocalist for the
Heartland Boys Quartet
and the George Amon
Webster Trio. Jackie is a
former member of Heir-
line. Group manager
Ernie stated he is glad to
have Jackie back as a
part of the family.
They say that big tal-
ent comes out of small
towns, and LifeSong is
no exception to the rule.
While they are all
young, their roots run


Arrest F
tion Commission
HCDTF Hamilton
County Drug Task
Force
HCSO Hamilton
County Sheriff's Office
ICE Immigration
and Custom Enforce-
ment
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. 10, 2013, Thomas
Williams Wolnolt,
10/12/56,1156 101 Ave.
North, Seminole, Fla.,
out of county warrant


deep in southern gospel
music. From the simple
lyrics of the gospel, to a
genuine love for the
people and music,
LifeSong continues to
reach audiences of all
ages and sizes.
The group is com-
prised of Bryant Thig-
pen, baritone; Jessica
Ratliff, alto; and Ethan
Brooks, lead.
LifeSong began in
2008 when three friends
decided to join together
and perform a concert
with the Dixie Echoes.
From that evening, it
wasn't long before
LifeSong was on the
road touring the south-
east. During their first
year of ministry, the
group enjoyed much


Records
(Pinellas County, petit
theft, FTA): HCSO -
walk in
Nov. 10, 2013, Joseph
Lavon Wheeler,
07/14/84, 615 Orchard
St. SW, Live Oak, Fla.,
out of county warrant
(Suwannee County):
WSPD Golub
Nov. 11, 2013, Lamar-
cus Antonio Kelly,
10/19/81, 16963 Mill
Street, White Springs,
Fla., out of county war-
rant (Columbia County):
WSPD Harden
Nov. 11, 2013, Saman-
tha R. Marshall, 8/1/83,
1101 Oak Street, Jen-
nings, Fla., VOP on co-
caine possession: JNPD
Smith
Nov. 13, 2013, George
Franklin Brown Jr.,
5/27/92, 7581 118th
Place, Live Oak, Fla.,
VOP: HCSO Williams
Nov. 13, 2013, William


success signing with na-
tional label, Lamp Mu-
sic Group. The group
was featured on
SingingNews.com and
SouthernGospelNews.c
om during the signing
and release of their pro-
ject, Brand New Start.
Their first release to ra-
dio, "Sounds Like Heav-
en," featured the distin-
guished voice of living
legend, Naomi Sego
Reader, who was a spe-
cial guest vocalist on the
recording.
For more information,
please call (850) 464-
0114, (850) 973-8269 or
visit HYPERLINK
"http://www.lifesong-
g o s p e l c o m
www.lifesonggospel.co
m.



Charles Sadler Jr.,
11/13/81, 1115 McCall
St., Jennings, Fla.,
DWLS knowingly, poss
1/t 20 grams marijuana,
poss. drug para.: JNPD -
Baunack
Nov. 14, 2013, Tyrone
Lamar Francis, 9/20/61,
209 Railroad Ave.
Jasper, Fla., FTA: HCSO
- Cribbs
Nov. 16, 2013, Trevon
Lawrence Udell,
11/27/91, 10474 2nd St.,
White Springs, Fla.,
warrant burglary, poss
synthetic marijuana:
WSPD Golub
Nov. 16, 2013, Regi-
nald Williams, 6/2/80,
16905 Mill St., White
Springs, Fla., warrant
burglary: WSPD Golub
Nov. 18, 2013, Anto-
nio Garcia Marco,
3/23/91, 709 Nashville
St., Lakeland Fla., no
d.l.: OALE Santerfeit


New discount grocer open for business


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com

Cliff's Discount Gro-
ceries in White Springs
hosted their grand open-
ing ribbon cutting on Sat-
urday, Nov. 16. Hamilton
County Commissioner
Randy Ogburn and White
Springs Town Council
Board Member Rhett
Bullard were on hand for
the event, along with
members of the Hamilton
County Chamber of Com-
merce.
The establishment is lo-
cated at 16538 Spring
Street in White Springs.
Owner Cliff Blackmon in-
vites everyone to come in
and browse around for
some good deals on gro-
ceries. For more informa-
tion call 386-288-0368.


Cliff Blackmon, holding the scissors, cuts the red tape at the grand opening of Cliff's Discount
Groceries in White Springs. Courtesy photo:


CORRECTION
Henry Groll's last name was spelled incorrectly
in the Nov. 14 edition of The Jasper News. Henry
received the annual award from the Hamilton
County VFW for his support the VFW.




Jasper home


destroyed by


fire


Continued From Page 1A

stated in an incident re-
port that upon arrival,
firefighters found a sin-
gle family wood frame
home fully involved in
flames, with a second
structure being threat-
ened and a power line
down.
Reports show that the
initial fire suppression
attack was to the exteri-
or of the structure with 1
3/4 inch lines. Addition-
al attack lines were de-
ployed and an interior
attack was made
through the back door of
the residence.
Homeowner Charles
Owens told officials that
prior to the fire, he and
some neighbors were
standing in the front
yard and noticed smoke
coming from a pile of
leaves and debris on the
roof. Owens said he
climbed a ladder and
poured a bucket of wa-


ter on the leaves and
then raked them off the
roof. About 15 minutes
later, more smoke was
noticed in the same area.
Owens again climbed
the ladder with more
water to extinguish the
fire, but was advised by
a neighbor to get down
off the roof because visi-
ble flames was seen in-
side the structure. The
neighbor then called
911, according to the re-
port.
Trinder stated the Fire
Marshal's office was
contacted for further in-
vestigation. The fire was
determined to have
come from debris on the
roof under the tin. Esti-
mated losses were
placed at $18,000 for the
structure and $1,200 for
the contents.
According to a wit-
ness at the scene, no one
was inside the home at
the time of the incident.


Florida Geological

Survey begins

sinkhole vulnerability


study
Continued From Page 1A

they explore with other
known sinkhole loca-
tions and use mathemat-
ical, spatial and statisti-
cal associations to pre-
dict the vulnerability of
different areas. The
study will use a data-
driven modeling
method called "Weights
of Evidence" to deter-
mine this relative vul-
nerability and remove
any bias in existing data.
The project is a three
year study that will pro-
duce two maps: one in
the pilot area and the
other statewide. The pi-
lot study is slated to end
in May 2014, at which
point the statewide as-
sessment will begin.
"It is important to un-
derstand the geological
character of the ground
below us and this pro-
ject will provide a map
of the relative vulnera-
bility to sinkhole forma-
tion in Florida as an im-
portant hazard mitiga-
tion planning tool." said
Dr. Jon Arthur, Director
of Florida Geological
Survey. "There is a na-
tional interest in our in-
novative approach to
this project, and we are
excited to begin the
work of developing in-
put data layers for the
model."
Dr. Arthur spoke to
the National Academy
of Sciences Board on
Earth Sciences and Re-
sources' Committee on
Geological and Geotech-


nical Engineering in
Washington, D.C. on
Nov. 14. He presented
information on Florida
sinkholes and this pro-
ject to the committee as
they consider national
perspectives on science
and policies related to
sinkholes.
The purpose of this
project is to provide the
Florida Department of
Emergency Manage-
ment with a map to as-
sist in creating more effi-
cient hazard mitigation
strategies. Working in
conjunction with the
Florida Division of
Emergency Manage-
ment, the Federal Emer-
gency Management
Agency funded study
could reduce loss of life
and property as the re-
sult of a sinkhole.
The stakeholders
meeting provided pub-
lic officials in Suwannee,
Columbia and Hamilton
counties with informa-
tion regarding sinkholes
and explained the
overview of the project
being conducted. The
contract year date for
the pilot study is slated
for the end of May 2014.
The next meeting to in-
form the public officials
on the status of the pro-
ject will occur in March
2014.
More information on
the vulnerability study
can be found on our
website at suwanneede-
mocrat.com. Search,
sinkhole study.


Meeting notice

The Board of Directors of
Suwannee Valley Transportation
Authority (SVTA)
will be meeting on
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, at 11 a.m.
at the SVTA Headquarters
Building.
1907 Voyles St., SW
Live Oak, Florida 32064
The meeting is open to the public


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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013










THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 3A


By Walter M Kenzie




WH!TE SPRINr


S sometimes life in
White Springs
*" delivers pleasant
-Iu 'ro,-s, unexpected
i .-4he that, I believe,
pILI Id only happen in
1\ he t Springs. Some-
r L.' III ', t seems like a
iig a.r, moment! Merri
food,- gl'1od Il i perienced one of
L-. -,i, magical moments
when we attended the Stephen Foster Citizen Sup-
port Organization / Volunteer Appreciation dinner
last Monday night. To be honest, we were not ex-
pecting anything out of the ordinary. These meet-
ings are usually a pleasant gathering with good
food, good people and plenty of information about
projects and the people who make them happen, but
last night was much more than that. We got a hint
that something was different when we approached
the parking lot and had difficulty finding a parking
place. These meetings are usually well attended but
we had never seen the parking lot this full of cars!
When we got inside the auditorium we were fortu-
nate to get a couple of the last seats available. It was
a full house of about two hundred people and the
staff was soon scrambling to bring out extra chairs.
Merri and I were introduced to our table compan-
ions, Walker and Lisa Donley from Jasper. The Don-
ley's had a dream of living on a farm, growing their
own fresh vegetables and producing high-quality,
non-medicated meats. This included poultry, pork
products, rabbits and beef. They started their farm
with four hens and one rooster and have never
looked back. Now, they manage a forty-acre farm
with a menagerie of livestock. They were a delight-
ful couple and I'll bet you would enjoy meeting them
too. Community ventures like this deserve support
so I will mention that if you are interested in pur-
chasing any of their farm products, they are open
Monday, Wednesday, & Saturday 10am 4pm at
3735 N.W. 93rd Court in Jasper and you can call
them at 904-762-6886. But this information is only
part of what I learned about the Donleys that
evening. Here is the rest of the story.
After a delicious meal that was catered by
Fenced-N-BBQ, the big surprise of the evening was
that there was musical entertainment, and not just
any old musical entertainment, which we all enjoy
well enough, but rather this was magical, world class
Florida heritage song and music performed by three
legendary Florida musicians, Jeanie Fitchen, Tom
Shed and Bob Patterson. I asked myself what on
earth they were doing here, why had they travelled


hundreds ,.1 ,-i, l plj\ an unannounced thirty
minute gi.4 r- i- 0h,,i,' liiti, gathering? Well, it just
so happens that th, %i i in town to serve on the se-
lection committee to review the applicants for next
year's Florida Folk Festival and when asked, they
cheerfully agreed to provide us with some music.
Jeanie Fitchen's voice is stellar and needs no com-
parison, but if you have never heard her I will tell
you that her voice is on a par with a young Joan Baez,
only better! Tom Shed, recently returned from a
Nashville recording session for his new CD,
"Mama's Going Out", is an amazing picker, per-
former and songwriter, and a staunch defender and
advocate of all the real things in life, including the
Florida Folk Festival and "real" country music. Bob
Patterson is a musical poet laureate and an amazing
story teller from St. Augustine with an engaging Dy-
lanesque stage presence. We were treated to three
wonderful individual performances by these extra-
ordinary musical artists and then the three joined to-
gether on stage to close out their all too brief stage
session. As an added dimension of the wonder of
the evening I realized that Walker and Lisa Donley
were hearing these folks for the first time. Walker
thoroughly enjoyed the mini-concert but, above and
beyond his enjoyment, I think it is fair to say that
Lisa was absolutely thrilled and she was singing
along to the performances with a very nice voice of
her own! She couldn't wait to meet the performers
and enjoyed a long conversation with them after
their performance. This made the evening even bet-
ter for Merri and I because it is always wonderful for
us when we get to experience someone experiencing
delight in discovering a musical treasure that we dis-
covered many years ago, and to re-live the thrill of
that first discovery though their experience. I hope
that we will see the Donleys at future Citizen Sup-
port meetings, and I know that we will see them at
the next Florida Folk Festival!
This evening reminded Merri and I of a lesson we
learned many years ago. You see, we had a busy day
and it would have been easy to excuse ourselves
from attending this dinner and just have stayed at
home and relaxed. Don't give in to this kind of
temptation! Get up, get out and get involved. If you
don't, you will surely miss out on new experiences,
new friends and, every now and then, a magic mo-
ment!
That was our magic moment this week and if you
have some information that you want to share about
your magic moments and what is happening in our
area I would love to hear from you. In the meantime,


\I ifeinwh itespri ngs@gmail .corry


I hope to see you out and about, enjoying life in
White Springs.

Walter McKenzie
lifeinwhitesprings@gm ail.com
386-269-0056


Local father-daughter

team brings home

high honors




















Kevin and Rachel Morgan pause at the 2013 National FFA Con-
vention & Expo held in Louisville, Ky., Oct. 30-Nov. 2.
Courtesy photo:


A Hamilton County
family recently celebrat-
ed a rare dual recogni-
tion at the FFA's nation-
al convention in
Louisville, Ky.
On Nov. 1, Kevin Mor-
gan of White Springs re-
ceived an FFA Honorary
American Degree for his
exemplary support of
FFA programs. He is
employed as assistant to


the president at Florida
Farm Bureau.
On the next day at the
same meeting, his
daughter Rachel re-
ceived an FFA American
Degree. A member of
Suwannee Sr. FFA, she
earned the degree for
her high level of com-
mitment to and superior
accomplishments in FFA
programs.


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013


THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


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OPINION


Do Americans prefer deception?


There's more to the deceit and dis-
honesty about Social Security and
Medicare discussed in my recent
columns. Congress tells us that one-
half (6.2 percent) of the Social Security
tax is paid by employees and that the
other half is paid by employers, for a
total of 12.4 percent. Similarly, we are
told that a Medicare tax of 1.45 per-
cent is levied on employees and that
another 1.45 percent is levied on em-
ployers. The truth of the matter is that
the burden of both taxes is borne by
employees. In other words, we pay
both the employee and the so-called
employer share. You say, "Williams,
that's nonsense! Just look at what it
says on my pay stub." OK, let's look
at it.
Pretend you are my employer and
agree to pay me $50,000 a year, out of
which you're going to send $3,100 to
Washington as my share of Social Se-
curity tax (6.2 percent of $50,000), as
well as $725 for my share of Medicare
(1.45 percent of $50,000), a total of
$3,825 for the year. To this you must
add your half of Social Security and
Medicare taxes, which is also $3,825
for the year. Your cost to hire me is
$53,825.
If it costs you $53,825 a year to hire
me, how much value must I produce
for it to be profitable for you to keep
me? Is it our agreed salary of $50,000
or $53,825? If you said $53,825, you'd
be absolutely right. Then who pays all
of the Social Security and Medicare


Specializing in adult
medical care including:
* Primary Care
* High Blood Pressure
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taxes? If you said
that I do, you're
right again. The
Social Security
and Medicare fic-
tion was created
because Ameri-
cans would not
be so passive if
they knew that


the tax they are
paying is double what is on their pay
stubs -- not to mention federal income
taxes.
The economics specialty that re-
veals this is known as the incidence of
taxation. The burden of a tax is not
necessarily borne by the party upon
whom it is levied. The Joint Commit-
tee on Taxation held that "both the
employee's and employer's share of
the payroll tax is borne by the em-
ployee." The Congressional Budget
Office "assumes -- as do most econo-
mists -- that employers' share of pay-
roll taxes is passed on to employees in
the form of lower wages than would
otherwise be paid." Health insurance
is not an employer gift, either. It is
paid for by employees in the form of
lower wages.
Another part of Social Security and
Medicare deception is that the taxes
are officially called PICA, which
stands for Federal Insurance Contri-
butions Act. First, it's not an insur-
ance program. More importantly, the
word "contribution" implies some-
thing voluntary. Its syn-
o nvmns arp ealms, pnpfar-


tion, beneficence, charity,
donation and philan-
thropy. Which one of
those synonyms comes
close to describing how
Congress gets Social Se-
curity and Medicare


money from us?
There's more
deceit and dishon-
esty. In 1950, I
was 14 years old
and applied for a
work permit for
an after-school
job. One of the re-
quirements was to
obtain a Social Se-


curity card. In bold letters on my So-
cial Security card, which I still pos-
sess, are the words "For Social Securi-
ty Purposes -- Not For Identification."
That's because earlier Americans
feared that their Social Security num-
ber would become an identity num-
ber. According to the Social Security
Administration website, "this legend
was removed as part of the design
changes for the 18th version of the
card, issued beginning in 1972." That


statement assumes we're idiots. We're
asked to believe that the sole purpose
of the removal was for design purpos-
es. Apparently, the fact that our Social
Security number had become a major
identification tool, to be used in every
aspect of our lives, had nothing to do
with the SSA's getting rid of the leg-
end saying "For Social Security Pur-
poses -- Not For Identification."
I wonder whether political satirist
H.L. Mencken was right when he
said, "Nobody ever went broke un-
derestimating the intelligence of the
American public."

Walter E. Williams is a professor of
economics at George Mason Universi-
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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 5A


Obituaries


Heart Matters


William Katelyn
Mitchell
Dec. 8, 1994
Nov. 10, 2013

W 'lliam Katelyn
I/Mitchell, age
118, of Jasper,
Fla. passed away early
Sunday morning, Nov.
10, 2013 from injuries
sustained in an automo-
bile accident.
Katelyn was born on
Dec. 8, 1994 in
Gainesville, Fla. to Ken-
neth and Patricia
Mitchell. She was a
proud graduate of the
"Class of 2013" at
Hamilton County High
School in Jasper. Kate-
lyn was employed by
Jasper Hardware in the
accounting department
and in her spare time she
loved to spend time with
her friends, she enjoyed
playing and watching
softball, hunting and
was an avid Florida
Gator fan. A reference in
Proverbs suggest for one
to have friends, one
must first show himself
or herself friendly. Kate-
lyn could be described
as no less than friendly
and a friend that could
be counted on at all
times. She was a beloved
daughter, sister, grand-
daughter, great grand-
daughter and aunt.
Katelyn was preceded in
death by her maternal
grandmother, Jonnie
Kay Wagoner.
Survivors include her
parents, Kenneth
Mitchell and Patricia
Mitchell, both of Jasper;
her sister, Ginny Cordle;
her niece, Payten Cor-
bett; paternal grandpar-
ents, Bill and Joyce
Mitchell; maternal
grandfather, John Wag-
oner; maternal great-
grandmother, Virginia
Davis McFarlane; and
close friend, Leah Mor-
gan, all of Jasper.
Funeral services were
held Thursday, Nov. 14,
2013 at the Hamilton
County Courthouse An-
nex (old high school au-
ditorium) with Rev.
Ronnie Sadler and Rev.
Roger Hutto officiating.
Interment followed at
Evergreen Cemetery.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.

Wilton Michael "T-
Bone" Tomlinson
Sept. 18, 1955
Nov. 13, 2013

Slton Michael
'T-Bone"
w Tomlinson,
age 58, of White Springs,
Fla. passed away
Wednesday, Nov. 13,
2013 at MacClenny
Nursing and Rehab fol-
lowing an illness of
some time.
Graveside services
were held Saturday,
Nov. 16, 2013 at River-
side Cemetery in White
Springs, Fla. with Rev.
Randy Ogburn officiat-
ing.
Michael was born on
Sept. 18, 1955 in Lake
City, Fla. to Wilton H.
and Betty Burnham
Tomlinson. He was em-
ployed by PCS in White
Springs in the mechani-
cal maintenance depart-
ment. T-Bone as he was
fondly referred to, was
an outdoorsman and
loved to hunt and fish.
Michael was prede-


ceased by his father
Wilton Tomlinson.
Survivors include two
sons, Nathaniel Tomlin-
son and Jason Tomlin-
son (Katrina), all of
White Springs, Fla.; one
step-son, Andrew Wil-
son, Panama City, Fla.;
two daughters, Betty
Lou Sapp, White
Springs, Fla. and Jen-


nifer Tomlinson, Santa
Rosa Beach, Fla.; one
step-daughter, Jackie
Hinson (Bill), Macclen-
ny, Fla.; his mother and
step-father, Betty and
Dewey Gaines of White
Springs, Fla.; three
brothers, Malcome Tom-
linson, Roger Tomlinson
(Mary Ann), and Ronnie
Tomlinson, all of White
Springs, Fla.; nine
grandchildren with an-
other grandson "on the
way" and fifteen step-
grandchildren.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home, Jasper, Fla. was
in charge of arrange-
ments.

Alonzo Thomas
Nov. 18, 2013

I lonzo Thomas a
resident of
White Spring,
la. passed away Mon-
day, Nov. 18, 2013 in
White Springs, Fla.
Mr. Alonzo Thomas is
survived by his wife
Mrs. Teresa Thomas,
two sons: Daniel and
Lyndell; sister-in-laws:
Sherry, Wendy and Deb-
orah Fay; brother-in-
law: Louis Dean Johnson
and many other close
relatives and friends.
Funeral services for
Mr. Alonzo Thomas will
be Saturday, Nov. 23,
2013 at 11 a.m. in Beulah
Baptist Church in White
Springs, Fla. Rev Ricky
Hutcherson, Pastor.
Visitation for family
and friends will be Fri-
day, Nov. 22, 2013 from
5 7 p.m. at the D.M.
Udell's Funeral Home
Chapel. Burial in the
Swift Creek Cemetery in
White Springs, Fla.
D.M. Udell and Sons
are in charge of all funer-
al arrangements.
D.M. Udell and Sons
at Udell Funeral Home
386-362-4189 or 386-209-
0223.

Randall Edward
"Pete" Padgett
Sept. 13, 1962
Nov. 19, 2013

X andall Edward
"Pete" Padgett,
age 51, of Fargo,
GA. passed away unex-
pectedly at his home ear-
ly on Tuesday, Nov. 19,
2013.
Pete was self-em-
ployed, working for
many years in and
around environmental
cleanup. He was own-
er/co-owner of Creek
Environmental. Pete was
born in Kissimmee, Fla.
on Sept. 13, 1962 to
Leslie and Evelyn Den-
mark Padgett. He was a
graduate of Hamilton
County High School
"Class of 1980". Pete en-
joyed fishing and hunt-
ing and spending time
with his family.
He was preceded in
death by his father,
Leslie Padgett.
Survivors include his
wife of almost 32 years,
Bambi Swann Padgett
and two daughters, Bai-
ley and Randi Padgett,
all of Fargo, GA.; also
surviving is his mother,
Evelyn D. Padgett of
Jasper, Fla.
Per his wishes, Pete
will be cremated. Private
memorial services will
be held at a later date.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home, Jasper, Fla. was
in charge of immediate


arrangements.




Lady
Trojans

face
Suwannee
SPORTS 1OA


"One day Naomi her
mother-in-law said to
her, 'My daughter,
should I not try to find a
home for you, where
you will be well provid-
ed for? Is not Boaz,
with whose servant
girls you have been, a
kinsman of ours?
Tonight he will be win-
nowing barley on the
threshing floor. Wash
and perfume yourself,
and put on your best
clothes. Then go down
to the threshing floor,
but don't let him know
you are there until he
has finished eating and
drinking. When he lies
down, note the place
where he is lying. Then
go and uncover his feet
and lie down. He will
tell you what to do.' 'I
will do whatever you
say,' Ruth answered. So
she went down to the
threshing floor and did
everything her mother-
in-law told her to do."
(Ruth 3:1-6)
I can't wait to jump
into our story today...so
much of the Old Testa-
ment that may seem
confusing at first glance,
comes alive when we
view it from the per-
spective of Hebrew cul-
ture! For example, it is
not likely that many of
your neighbors have a
threshing floor in their
backyard, so let me of-
fer a little explanation.
We remember that Ruth
and Naomi arrived in
Bethlehem as the barley
harvest was beginning,
and now a few months
have passed and it is
time to "winnow" or


scatter the barley. The
threshing floor, usually
made of rock and locat-
ed on top of a hill out-
side the village, was the
place where the grain
was separated from the
harvested wheat. The
stalks were crushed ei-
ther by hand or by oxen
and thrown into the air
where the wind would
blow away the lighter
chaff and the valuable
and heavier grain
would fall back onto the
rock floor to be easily
gathered. Boaz would
likely have spent the
night at the threshing
floor for two reasons: to
prevent theft, and to
wait for his turn to use
the threshing floor.
Now that we have a
mental picture of our
scenery, what in the
world was Naomi in-
structing Ruth to do?
From our modern cul-
tural perspective, all the
factors seem to point to
seduction! Even after
we have thoroughly ex-
amined the integrity of
both Ruth and Boaz, we
still find it hard to imag-
ine that anything else is
about to take place. Af-
ter all, seduction
sells...everything from
butter to tires on our TV
commercials, and if
Ruth were trying to
catch Boaz's eye...this
would be the way,
right? Not so fast! Nao-
mi's instruction to Ruth
to "wash and perfume
yourself and put on
your best clothes..." im-
plies more than meets
the eye.
In 2 Samuel 12:20, the


Bible records King
David ending his time
of mourning over the
death of his son: "After
he had washed, put on
lotions and changed his
clothes..." This is the
exact terminology we
find in Naomi's instruc-
tions to Ruth. The ad-
vice was simply to end
her time of mourning
over the death of her
husband and to let that
be known to Boaz.
Nothing seductive... in
fact, the original He-
brew translation of
putting on her "best
clothes," was more
closely translated to put
on her "outer garment."
So instead of revealing
more, she advised her to
cover up.. .there's a new
idea!
Also, note that it was
common practice for a
servant to lie at the feet
of his master and even
to share a part of his
covering... and remem-
ber those winds that
blew the chaff away?
As they blew across his
uncovered feet, they
would be instrumental
in waking a very tired
Boaz from his sleep, so
that Ruth could accom-
plish her mission. As
cooler weather ap-
proaches, you might
want to try this strategy
if you have a hard-to-
wake child or spouse!
"I will do whatever
you say," is such a rare
phrase...when is the
last time your teenager
responded to your in-
structions like this? As
a Moabite foreigner,
surely Ruth thought


that Naomi's advice
was a bit strange, but
she trusted Naomi to
have her best interest in
mind. As a result, Ruth
benefited tremendously
from Naomi's wisdom,
and we could all learn a
huge lesson from Ruth
and be willing to listen
to the advice of those
who have walked with
God longer and are the
wiser for it. Their expe-
rience and knowledge is
priceless and our lives
will be the richer for it...


Because
Matters,
Angie


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


When seeking a pastor


Hugh G. Sherrill
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Many churches
through out the land are
searching for pastors. A
good many right here in
North Central Florida.
Some are relying on
their own wisdom to
find the man God has
for them. Many are not
prayerfully seeking
God's wisdom for find-
ing the right person for
their church. Every lo-
cal church is different.
They do not all require
the same thing to keep
them on, or get them
back on track. That is
why it is so important to
seek God's wisdom. He
knows what each
church needs.
True wisdom only
comes from God; and


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

CATHOICIICHUIIRCH


ST. THERESE CATHOLIC CHI
Three miles north of Jasper U.S
PRO. Box 890, Jasper, FL 320
Rectory U.S. 90 E., Live Oak,
(386) 364-1108
Saturday MASS 4:00 p.m.



NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHU
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St.
Jennings, FL32053 78
938-5611
Pastor: Jeff Cordero
Sunday School...............................10
Morning Worship.........................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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can only be obtained by
seeking it in the right
way. Why would
church leaders not want
Godly wisdom when
searching for a new pas-
tor? The answer must be
they want who they
want, not what God
wants. They want
things done their way,
and God may have a
different idea.
It seems as though we
have lost the true mean-
ing of wisdom. The only
way to get wisdom from
God is to turn to His
word, the Bible, for the
answer. What is wis-
dom? Wisdom is the
power of judging right-
ly and following the
soundest course of ac-
tion. The Greek word
means "a right use of
the mind". Why would
those who are seeking a


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


pastor not want to use
their mind the way God
wants them to use it?
The book of Proverbs
teaches us how to re-
ceive wisdom from
above. Prayerfully med-
itating on this book will
do great things for you.
The first step one
must take to receive
wisdom is found in
Chapter 1:7a: "The fear
of the Lord is the begin-
ning of knowledge".
Fear here does not mean
to be afraid of, but to
have a deep reverence
or trust of God. So to
have knowledge (wis-
dom) one must put their
trust in God. Notice it
says "the beginning of
knowledge". We must
put all our trust in Him;
for there is no true
knowledge except that
which comes from God.


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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938-1265 11320 C.R. 6 East Jasper FL 32052
784014 Pastor: Johnny Brown
Sunday Pastor: Rev. Ronald Prueter
il Sunday School..............................9:45 a.m. Home 386-938-5912
Worship ..............................11:00 a.m. Church 386-792-3267
Evening Service............................6:00 p.m.
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84013 Youth Program...............................5:30 p.m. Morning Service:
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Notice the last part of
verse 7 says "but fools
despise wisdom and in-
struction". We clearly
see to reject our Lord is
to be a fool. Again, the
first step of gaining wis-
dom is to trust in the
Lord.
We can never have
full understanding of
God and His word til
we receive His wisdom.
To have wisdom, we
have to work for it. Re-

SEE WHEN, PAGE 7A


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
204 N W 3rd Avenue, Jasper 792-2258
Pastor Shelton Steen
SUNDAY
Sunday School 1000am
Worship Service 11 00 am
WEDNESDAY
Choir Practice 7 00 p m
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013


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JFK remembered: 50 years later


Continued From Page 1A

those who remember the
day.
The following is the
story from the Suwan-
nee Democrat newspa-
per in Live Oak from
Nov. 28, 1963, regarding
the assassination of JFK.
The Jasper News did not
have a full story of the
tragedy. Editor

Kennedy buried in
Arlington
John Fitzgerald
Kennedy, accompanied
by Mrs. Kennedy,
stepped from a plane in
Dallas Friday after mak-
ing a breakfast address
to an enthusiastic audi-
ence at nearby Ft.
Worth. The couple took
their positions in a
White House car that
was to drive the Presi-
dent to a luncheon in
downtown Dallas where


a number of people were
awaiting his arrival.
Cheerful, bubbling
with the music of life,
the President waved
greetings to the crowds
that lined the streets of
the thriving Texas me-
tropolis.
Then the car passed
beneath an overpass and
turned. The President
stroked his forehead. A
shot rang out above the
noise of the crowd. Then
another. And another.
The President slumped
in his seat. It was 1:30
p.m. Half an hour later
the 35th President of the
United States was dead.
Within the hour, po-
lice had arrested Lee
Harvey Oswald, a 24-
year-old member of an
organization called the
"Fair Play For Cuba."
Oswald, whom police
positively identified as
the assassin, was also


slain by an assassin's
bullet the next day in
this bizarre and unbe-
lievable turn of events.
Almost at the precise
moment the shots were
fired that took the Presi-
dent's life and wounded
Gov. John B. Connally of
Texas, the coronation
ceremony beginning
homecoming services at
Suwannee High School
were getting underway.
Around the time the
homecoming parade be-
gan its march thru Live
Oak, the President, lying
in the emergency room
of Parkland Hospital in
Dallas, was pronounced
dead.
The impact on the
whole country was like a
shock wave from a terri-
ble concussion. The grief
and dismay of a shocked
public was expressed in
tears and prayer.
In Suwannee County,


as thru-out the nation,
flags were lowered at
half mast. Gov. Farris
Bryant decreed that all
state offices were to be
closed, and within a
hour after the Presi-
dent's death, they were.
The vast television
and radio networks are
announced their suspen-
sion of all commercial
broadcasts until after the
President's burial Mon-
day, and a stunned peo-
ple took their places be-
fore speaker and screen
in utter disbelief of this
shocking calamity. But
the calamity was real.
Perhaps never before
in the history of civiliza-
tion has one man, in life
or death, received the
national and interna-
tional acclaim and trib-
ute that accompanied
John F. Kennedy to his
grave.
His funeral was a day


of the mournful, slow
toiling of church bells, of
marching military men
and the roll and beat of
muffled drums.
It was a day for hun-
dreds of thousands of
humble Americans to
pour out in persona final
measure of homage to
the young President
whose life was cut short
at 46. In vast throngs,
upwards of a quarter
million of them, they
had streamed unceas-
ingly past Mr.
Kennedy's funeral bier
in the rotunda of the
Capitol for 16 hours.
Some of them had
waited as long as 10
hours in a line that ex-
tended nearly 10 miles.
They waited patiently,
reverently for less than a
minute beside the en-
shrouded casket lying
beneath the great Capi-
tol dome.


Service conducted for
late President in Live
Oak
This story was found
on page five of the Nov.
28 edition of the Suwan-
nee Democrat. Editor
Memorial services for
President Kennedy were
conducted by the Minis-
terial Association in the
First Methodist Church
Monday.
Rev. Spivey Brabham,
president of the Associa-
tion, conducted the ser-
vices. Revs. Cornelius
Davis, J.W. Baillie, Bill
Dodd, Nelson Melvin,
Jim Walkup, and Johnny
Hutcherson were present.
Mayor J. Marvin
Phillips, representing the
city, Judge Reece Brown,
representing the county,
and Rep. Leon McDon-
ald, representing the
state, made remarks at
the public service.


Remembering 11/22/63 Local leaders and residents recount that historic day


Continued From Page 1A

clay tennis court that we
could park on. This oth-
er guy and I were out
and we had the radio on
and heard about
Kennedy being shot. We
went in and told the
whole school. The thing
that sticks out in my
mind is the television
coverage of it and seeing
everything that hap-
pened."

Helen Miller: "On that
fateful day, I was a
freshman at East
Bernard High School in
my hometown of East
Bernard, Texas. We all
knew that the President
and Mrs. Kennedy were
going to be visiting Dal-
las that day, so we were
excited simply by the
fact that he would be so
close to us. Dallas is
about a four hour drive
from East Bernard.
When we were in-
formed of the shooting,
we were stunned. I recall
thinking, how could this
be? Who would do
something so mean and
evil?
I grew up in a Catholic
household, had attended
Holy Cross School for
grades 1 to 8, and was
very proud of my coun-
try's first Catholic presi-
dent. That President
Kennedy could be killed
in my home state of
Texas was devastating
to me, my classmates
and teachers, my family,
and our church mem-
bers. After the death of


my own father when
was I was five, the Presi-
dent's death was the
most shattering event of
my life."

Bob Farley: "I was a
freshman in high school
and we received the an-
nouncement through the
school PA system that
President Kennedy had
been assassinated. Many
throughout the school
were stunned at this an-
nouncement and we
rushed home to turn on
the TV's to get the
news."

Nancy Suit: "I was in
elementary school,
Farnsworth Elementary
in St Paul, Minnesota, at
the time. My family
moved to St Pete, Flori-
da when I was 13 years
old. I remember at the
time being really scared.
We had been doing
drills in the hallways be-
cause of the Cuban mis-
sile crisis sit in the hall-
ways, head down, hands
over head because not
far away, we had silos
all around the Midwest.
We were the target.
And, no one could be-
lieve that anyone would
shoot "Our American
President!!" I remember
watching the funeral on
TV, the riderless horse,
coffin with the flag
draped on it, pulled
through the streets of
D.C. How sad everyone
was, and the President's
wife and daughter
standing, watching, the
son saluting his father.
Funny, how even now,


you can still see it in
your mind when you re-
call."

Marilyn Adams: "I
was thirteen years old. I
lived in Jacksonville,
Florida at the time. I was
across the street talking
to a neighbor when it
came on the news. She
was an adult and she
was real upset over it.
She had me watch her
small children so that
she could go across the
street and talk to my
mother. She wasn't over
there long and she came
home and told me my
mother wanted me
home right away. I did
not understand all that
was going on, but my
mother was upset and
afraid that if he died
(this was right after it
happened) that some
foreign country would
attack us and we would
not have a president to
run the country."

Tracy Woodard: "I
heard that the President
had been shot from the
radio when regular pro-
gramming was inter-
rupted. It felt personal to
me, because I could
imagine how the
Kennedy children must
feel, losing their father.
It was sad and it was
frightening."

Shirley Heath: "I was
in English class when
the principal made the
announcement over the
intercom that President
Kennedy had been shot
and killed. Students and


faculty were visibly
shaken. School was dis-
missed and everyone
went home, where the
events of the day were
played over and over on
the television. The real
impact did not hit me at
first, until I saw actual
footage of the shooting.
It is one of those snap-
shot pictures in your
head that you recall as if
it were yesterday.
My thoughts went to
the Kennedy children
who were so young, and


I reflected upon the loss
of my own father earlier
that same year. Life
changed for everyone
that November day and
our nation was in
mourning. Unfortunate-
ly, it was the beginning
of similar devastating
assassinations; Rev.
Martin Luther King was
assassinated on April 4,
1968, and Robert
Kennedy on June 6,
1968."

Lafayette McCall: "I


was watching TV and it
came on that JFK was as-
sassinated. I felt like
everything was breaking
apart. I cried and cried."

Alia Mae Webb: "Very
sad day. I was home
watching TV."

Evelyn Padgett: "I was
shopping in the mall at
Orlando Fla. A crowd of
people were talking
about it. Everyone was
very upset."


Ward Daniels' Christmas lights


-I t j


Everyone is invited to the Christmas lights display in Jasper. Courtesy photo:


Ward Daniels', above left, Christ-
mas lights display will begin Sun-
day, Nov. 24 at 5:30 p.m. This year's
new addition includes a beautiful,
animated Cinderella scene.
The display is located at 4110 SW


100 Avenue in Jasper. Judge Peach,
above right, will turn on the lights.
Refreshments will be served. The
community is invited to come out
and join in the festivities.


-The Suwannee-Hamilton
STechnical Center's 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 Division- 1902 Duval St. Live Oak, FL
Instructor: Lt. Wayne Musgrove, Jr. with the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office

Each participant will be required to provide:
Handgun
At least 50 rounds of ammunition "16& 17year old students canjoin the class if
Eye protection (sunglasses will do) accompanied by a parent. However, they cannot
Transportation to the firing range av f, a concale/o,/ ..... berit .,unt/ ,il 18


To Register or For Additional
Information Call
Suwannee-Hamilton
Technical Center
386-647-4200


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Hamilton County Farm Bureau President Damon Deal Is pictured with 2012 essay contest
winner rs pre fling Hamilton County schools.



FARM-CITY WEEK IS ABOUT GIVING THANKS.
THANK YOU TO THE FARMER AND RANCHER. THE CONSUMER AND THE COMMUNITY.
TOGETHER WE STRENGTHEN OUR NATION'S ECONOMY. THANK YOU.


IN HONOR OF FARM-CJTY WEEK HAMILTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU SPONSORS AN ESSAY CONTEST
FOR HAMILTON COUNTY STUDENTS TO TELL US WHY AGRICULTBJRE IS IMPORTANT TO THEM.





CALL.386.792.1458
FARM- CITY, OR VISIT WWW.FLORIDAFARMBIUREAU.OR6


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013













THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 7A


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member trusting in the
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chapter 1:1,3, and 4 we
find three "ifs". Until we
heed the message of
these three "ifs", we will
never have true wis-
dom. Verse 1: "my son
IF you receive My
words and treasure My
commands within you"
(we must have His com-
mands in us). John
14:15-17 tells us of the
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Notes U
By Lillian Norris

It has been too long,
now have new equip-
ment, hope to be able to
get in touch with you -
have certainly missed
all of you, ask for your
help in getting me back
on line, you are very
important to the writ-
ing of this column, we
want to sincerely make
it about You and Yours,
the holidays will soon
be with us, know you
will be busy and let me
know what is happen-
ing with you and
yours.
Right now the
schools are busy with
activities, glad to see
the Trojans won and
will be playing Trenton
in the play-offs, good
they got to play in spite
of the thread of bad
weather. Only got to


reunion dinn(

All employees, officers,
and directors of The First
National Bank of Live
Oak and The Hamilton
County Bank of Jasper
and their spouses or
guests are invited to a
complimentary reunion
dinner at the Rumph Din-
ing Room in the Phillips


attend a few games,
mainly family night
and Senior night,
homecoming also one
of the girls' soccer
games, the teams cer-
tainly make our com-
munity proud.
Although this was in
time past, did not get to
express my feelings
that the girls and those
who put on the Miss
HCHS Pageant did a
fabulous job congratu-
lations to the winders,
and to each who partic-
ipated and those who
did all the work in
preparation and in
putting on a show to
make our schools
proud.
City Manager Charles
Williams gave a presen-
tation at the recent
Woman's Club meeting,
it looks as if it will be a
busy time around our
City of Jasper in the
coming months, with
the work along the old
railroad line, and the
work to help ease the


Center at the Advent
Christian Village in
Dowling Park, Fla. on Sat-
urday, Dec. 7, 2013 at 6
p.m. Please RSVP by call-
ing the Advent Christian
Village Guest Services at
386-658-5200 by Wednes-
day, Nov. 27, 2013 to
make dinner reservations.


drainage problems in-
side the City.
It has been a busy fall
around the County,
with fall festivals, espe-
cially with the Church-
es, we also understand
that the pancake supper
was a huge success, the
pancake suppers bring
back many good mem-
ories of the Lions Club
events in the past, glad
to have them again -
thanks to all who par-
ticipated in any way.
Also sorry to have
missed the Veterans
Day Program, haven't
missed another I think,
had a chance to visit
with special friends, Dr.
Harold and Jean Coe in
Orlando for a few days,
don't get to see them of
ten enough. These
friends go back to den-
tal school days in
Louisville, KY.
The annual Commu-
nity Thanksgiving din-
ner/ service will be
hosted by First United
Methodist Church,


Jasper, on Sunday, No-
vember 24th, dinner
starting at 6:00 PM, you
may bring side dish or
dessert to share,
turkeys will be provid-
ed by the host church,
please plan to attend,
this is a special time
each year of meeting
and sharing with each
other.
First Baptist Church,
Jasper, will be serving a
Thanksgiving Lun-
cheon on Sat. Nov. 23,
in the Fellowship Hall
of their Church for
residents of Green-
haven Apartments.
Again, thank all of
you who have ex-
pressed your kind
words about missing
my columns, now,
please help me to keep
busy by being in touch
- norrislw@wind-
stream.net, 386-792-
2151.
HAPPY AND
BLESSED THANKS-
GIVING TO ALL!


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!


PotashCorp


Helping Nature Provide



As we approach the start of the holiday season and the end of 2013, Let us take a
moment to reflect on safety. At PotashCorp-White Springs we have a simple safety
goal of "No Harm to People or the Environment". This commitment to safety is
shared by all of our employees and we believe that "Every Moment Matters" when
it comes to safety and safe behaviors. At PotashCorp-White Springs we have an
experienced, highly-skilled workforce whose commitment to safe production of
plant nutrients play a vital role in the production of an abundant food supply to
help feed a hungry world. The individuals listed below are recognized for their
years of faithful and productive service. We thank them for their dedication and
commitment. Please join me in recognizing the recipients of PotashCorp-White
Springs Service Awards for the third and fourth quarter of 2013.







en-y Baker
general Manager
PotashCorp-White Springs




2013 3rd Quarter Service Awards
PotashCorp White Springs


Employee Name
Danny K Smith
Douglas W. Norris
Charles C Nichols
Ben Cox
Glenice J. Legree
Henry G Purdy
Robert W. Daniels
Jackie Perry
Stanley C. Cox
Warren A. Adams
Richard E. Hillhouse
Joseph T. Stills
James E. Cribbs
Charles H. Hagan
Robert F. McManus


Job Title
PM Reliability Planner/Corrd.
Mobile Service Writer
Dragline Operator
Mobile Mechanic Leaderman
Excavator Operator
Plumber 1/C
Mechanical Leaderman
Tank Farm Operator
Shift Foreman Production
Chief Operator
Mechanic 1/C
Chief Operator
Combination Mobile Mech.
Utility Operator Mines
Mechanic 1/C


Employee Name
James A. Norris
Warren D. Cooks
Michael 0. Jordan
Thomas J. Peterson
Melvin L. McCallum
Monroe E. Dunaway
Randy W. Hicks
Curtis L. Padgett
Michael K. Scippio
Jason H. Murray
MarkT. Tomlinson
Derrick L. Hall
John D. Reynolds
Robert L. Morgan, Jr
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By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor
@gaflnews.com

Hamilton County
High School Principal
Kip McLeod had the
honor of presenting nu-
merous gifts to his stu-
dents during lunch
break on Friday, Nov. 1,
as part of his positive be-
havior program, which
will continue each con-
secutive nine-weeks
grading period through
the rest of the school
year.
The middle schoolers
had the first lunch break
of the day and after
everyone was seated and
almost done eating,
McLeod blew his whistle
to get everyone's atten-
tion.
"It's a special time to-
day where we give away
prizes for you doing
good," he told the stu-
dents.
Assistant Principal
Marjorie Cooks, posing
as TV celebrity Vanna
White, helped McLeod
call out names and dis-
tribute gifts to students
whose names were ran-
domly drawn from all
who had deposited posi-
tive behavior slips into
their grade-designated
boxes over the past nine
weeks.
Examples of positive
behavior where students
earned a ticket were
passing classes, being a
role model, being on
time, perfect attendance,
cleaning up and picking
up, and no discipline re-
ferrals.
"I might even give out
a ticket," McLeod said.
"If I see someone doing
something good, I give
them a ticket and they
put it in the box."
The students have the


responsibility of making
sure they put all their
tickets in the respective
box for their grade for
the entire nine week pe-
riod.
"If you get a bunch of
tickets in here, your
name might be pulled
from the box for a gift,"
said McLeod.
After the middle
school students got their
prizes, it was time for
the first group of high
school students to come
into the cafeteria for
lunch. McLeod repeated
his speech and he and
'Vanna White' pulled
names from the box.
They did the same thing
when the second group
of high school students
arrived for lunch.
The winners for the
first nine weeks are:
7th-8th graders
Trojan Pride T-shirt:
Brian Cribbs
Soccer Ball: Andrew
Burke
$10 I-tunes card: Earl
Claridy
Camouflage Tobog-
gan: Brianna Gaskins
Football: Laquesha
Williams
9th-10th graders
Basketball: Rachel
Bunting
Hunting gloves:
Monesha Simmons
$10 I-tunes card: Bian-
co Compezi
Trojan Pride T-shirt:
Kaley Norris
Trojan Pride T-shirt:
Ethan Land
llth-12th graders
Duck Dynasty Pillow:
Sarah Carter
Camouflage Tobog-
gan: Katie Godwin
Trojan Pride T-shirt:
Jonathan Whiddington
$10 I-tunes card: Hal-
lie Davis
Hunting gloves:
Ameri Speights
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ets for the middle
schoolers and the high
school students were
placed back into two
separate boxes for an ad-
ditional drawing that
same afternoon. McLeod
told the students that he
would announce over
the intercom the names
of one middle school
and one high school stu-
dent who would be the
proud recipient of an
ipod.
Winners of the ipods
were Junior Rivera, 7th
grade and Alexis
Owens, 10th grade.
The next positive be-
havior drawing for
prizes will be in January
after the second nine
weeks grading period.
McLeod said some of the
future prizes could be
even better, maybe even
an iPad or a computer.
Anyone wishing to do-
nate prizes for this pro-
gram is welcome to do
so and would be greatly
appreciated. Currently,
proceeds from the cafe-
teria soft drink machines
are funding the project,
McLeod explained, so
the money basically goes
right back to the kids.
"These are the fun
things about teaching
and about being a princi-
pal," said McLeod.


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Trojans advance to regional finals


Team will host Trenton Friday


Submitted

Following last week's win against
the Bell High Bulldogs, the Hamilton
County High School Trojans will play
the Trenton High Tigers in the region-
al finals. The Trojans will host the
Tigers Friday evening, Nov. 22, at the
Hamilton County Veterans Stadium in
Jasper. Gates will open at 6 p.m. and
the game will begin at 7:30 p.m.
The Trojans, led by Coach Blair
Armstrong, had an outstanding sea-
son, finishing 4-5 for the regular sea-
son and winning the district champi-
onship undefeated with a record of 3-
0. The Trojans defeated the Bell High
Bulldogs 39-24 in last week's regional
semi-finals.
The Tigers, led by Coach Andrew
Thomas, finished 9-1 for the regular
season and were also district champi-
ons. The team defeated Lafayette
County 50-21 in last week's regional
semi-finals. The Tigers were the state
runners-up in last year's competition.
General admission (as determined


by the Florida High School Athletic
Association) is $8. Reserved seating is
available for $9. All parking is $2 per
vehicle. Note: FHSAA state series
passes will be the only passes accept-
ed.
Tickets for the game and 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.
Make your plans to come out and
support the Trojans Friday night. It
will be a spirited competition as the
teams play to advance to the state
semi-finals.
Senior quarterback Antefernee
Smith was the player of the game
against Bell. He went 6-12 for 198
yards and two passing touchdowns,
one rush for 18 yards securing a touch-
down. Year long passing yards is
1,243. He has 12 passing touchdowns,
138.1 yards per game, 59-116 att., four
int., long 85. Rushing he has 42 carries
for 214 yards, average of 5.10, long 58
and five touchdowns.


Coach Blair Armstrong talks to the team following the win.


Antefernee Smith goes back for the pass.


Hamilton County cheerleaders in action.


Hamilton County cheerleaders.


Uemarco Webb (4) looks to tackle this Bell Bulldog.


Lady Trojans face Suwannee


By Doug Mabey
The Hamilton County Lady Trojans
soccer team faced the Lady Bulldogs of
Suwannee County Nov. 14 at Lang-
ford Stadium in Live Oak.

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The first goal was scored just five
minutes into the match by Suwannee
captain Megan Letu. The second goal
came 12 minutes later by Suwannee's
Haley Gienger. The third came with 11
minutes left in the first half by Suwan-
nee captain Emily Watson.
Suwannee's Taylor Carter got the
fourth goal of the night, nine minutes
into the second half.
Hamilton County got the fifth score


of the night and Suwannee got the sev-
enth. Hamilton County then secured
the eighth.
Hamilton County dropped to 0-2-0,
Suwannee was 3-1-1.

Varsity
The varsity game was a different
contest then the JV one. The Hamilton
County varsity team is much im-
proved from past contests and was a
force to be reckoned with. The Lady
'Dogs had 28 shots on goal but only
three went in. Hamilton County was
left scoreless.
Hamilton varsity dropped to 1-2-0.
Suwannee was 4-2-0.


La'Marcus Webb on the carry. Photos: Ben Daniel, Jasper Studios


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North Hamilton Elementary ..........

Spelling Bee Winners


North Hamilton Elementary's
(NHE) Annual Spelling Bee took place
on Friday, Nov. 18.
Fifth grade students who participat-
ed in the spelling bee were Nathan
Brenton, Anna Calderon, Brittany
Dorminey, Zachary Driggers, Mia
Muscarella and Lexi Williams.
The following sixth grade students
also participated in the spelling bee:


Kaylee Boatwright, Seth Johnson,
Megan Murphy, Ramsey Reynolds,
Elizabeth Smith and Brittney Williams.
The first place spelling bee winner
for NHE is Kaylee Boatwright. Megan
Murphy took second place and third
place went to Ramsey Reynolds. The
winning word spelled by Miss
Boatwright was 'merge'.


(L-R) Peggy Hasty, Assistant Principal; Ramsey Reynolds, 3rd Place; Kaylee Boatwright, 1st
Place; Megan Murphy, 2nd Place; Betty Sue Zant, Media Specialist.


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(L-R) Peggy Hasty, Assistant Principal; NHE School spelling bee winner, Kaylee Boatwright; and,
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Sponsored by Smvannee Valley Area
Operation Oistmas i GMld
When: Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013
WVhere: Suwannee Station Baptist Church, 3289 101st Lane
Uve Oak, FL 32060. (386) 362-2553
Who: Bikers, ride from your home base to Suwannee Station Baptist
Church, Uve Oak.
Donation:
Each participant shall bring a gift filled shoe box OR Each participant can
adopt a shoebox @$20 per participant. To adopt a shoe box simply
include a $20 check for EACH participant. The check should be made
payable to Samaritan's Purse/ Operation Christmas Child.
Time: 9:00 -Noon. Lunch for each participant that brings a gift-
filed shoebox QRadopts a shoebox.
Please RSVP as soon as possible with the following information so that we can
complete the planning:
Number of participants attending
Names of all those attending
RSVP to: Colleen Ruehl, at 850-556-1787; OR mail to 12545 SE CR 25A,
Jasper, FL 32052; OR email to jicruehl@aol. con.

Shoe Box labels and lbw to Pack a Shoe Box information ame available on:
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Home: (386) 755-1958
Cell: (386) 397-4684
Hours: Mon., Nov. 18 thru Mon., Nov.
25 are 10:00 am-5 pm
Branford Relay Center
First Baptist Church Branford, FL
(386) 935-1363
607 Suwannee Ave., N. W.
Branford, FL 32008
Contact: Mary S. Harris
Home: (386) 935-3123
Cell: (386) 688-9754
Hours: Mon., Nov. 18 thru Wed., Nov.
20 are 10:00 am- Noon;
Thurs., Nov. 21 thru Fri., Nov. 22 are
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Sun., Nov. 24 is 1:00 pm 2:00 pm;
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First Baptist Church of Dowling
Park -
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11274 235th Lane
Live Oak, FL 32060
Contact: Amy Hopkins
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Cell: (386) 209-5052
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Sun., Nov. 24 is 1:00 pm -4:00 pm;
Mon., Nov. 25 is 9:00 am 1:00 pm
Jennings Relay Center
Pentecostal Deliverance Center-
Jennings, FL
(386) 364-1511
1394 McCall Street
Jennings, FL 32053
Contact: Stacey Harvey
Home: (386) 364-1511
Cell: (386) 209-4170
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19 are 9:00 am-10:00 am;
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Mayo, FL (386) 294-1350
796 W Main Street
Mayo, FL 32066
Contact: Judy Brock
Cell: (386) 208-2461
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Around the

Banks of the


The very famous southern author,
Lillian Smith, who was born in Jasper,
Florida, and who authored the famous
novel, "Strange Fruit", also wrote a de-
lightful account of Christmas in the
South entitled "A Memory of a Large
Christmas". For those who are looking
for something to give someone as a
Christmas gift, this is a wonderful
book, fairly short, less than a hundred
pages, and it encapsulates what
Christmas was like in North Florida
shortly after the turn of the 20th centu-
ry. There is a line in the book that al-
ways caught my attention, she wrote,
"As Southerners we skipped right over
Thanksgiving".
Well, maybe Lillian Smith and her
family did, but my family never did.
Thanksgiving was, and still is, a big
time for us. Maybe it's because it has
more to do with good food and "get-
ting together" without all the fuss and
bother that many folks have made
Christmas for themselves. Because,
truthfully, I can remember when
Christmas was much the same. We did
put a Christmas tree and always at-
tended church, but all that it has be-
come now, was not what it was in the
days of my childhood. Much less com-
mercial then, much more centered
around the reason for the season, but,
for just a second, I want to go back to
Thanksgiving.
A wonderful African American
woman, the late Mrs. Ruby Lee
Perkins, who helped "raise" my broth-
er, Jerry Lawrence and me, once told
me, "Honey, if the only prayer you
could think of to say to the Almighty
was 'Thank You', and you did it with
the right heart, it would be enough, al-
ways enough."
So, as we approach the Thanksgiv-
ing season, I want, first of all, to offer
thanks to the Almighty for all His
many blessings and, next, I want to


discuss a subject that has always been
of great importance to our family at
Thanksgiving and that subject is
"food".
Being southerners, naturally, our
choices for holiday favorites may not
fall into the "most healthy" categories.
Our table, at Thanksgiving always in-
cluded, turkey and dressing, cranberry
sauce, a sweet potato casserole, usual-
ly acre peas, greens of some kind, usu-
ally mustard or collards, rice, giblet
gravy, creamed corn, a squash casse-
role, and sometimes macaroni and
cheese (isn't it considered a vegetable),
a relish tray, pear salad, biscuit, corn-
bread, and an array of desserts that
usually included, pecan pies and
sweet potato pies, among those
cooked for the day.
Now, all that being written, I asked
my readers for a couple of favorite
recipes to share that are regional, fair-
ly traditional and special. Here are a
couple of responses, there will be
more in the future:

Country Collard Greens

1 pound country ham hock
1 1/2 quarts of water
2 1/2 to 3 pounds of collard greens
1/2 to 1 tsp. of sugar
pinch of crushed red pepper
salt to taste

Wash the ham hock with warm wa-
ter. Put it in a large pot with the water
and bring to a boil, reduce the heat to
low and cook for 1 1/2 hours. Separate
the collard leaves and cut off the large
stems. Wash thoroughly. Roll up 2 to 3
leaves at a time and slice about 1/8
inch thick. Repeat until all leaves are
cut. Add to the pot, adding more hot
water if necessary. Raise the heat and
let the water come to a boil for a few
minutes. Stir the pot, then cover it and


reduce the heat to cook slowly until
the greens are tender, about 1 hour.
Add a little water if needed. Only a
small amount of liquid should remain
when done. Stir in the sugar, pepper
and salt. If using margarine instead of
ham, cook the greens until tender, then
drain them and add 3/4 stick of mar-
garine salt, and a pinch of sugar (I
have never used margarine to cook
greens and sometimes have used cane
syrup to sweeten a little rather than
sugar--this to taste also).
Serves 6 to 8. I usually double or
triple this recipe for a holiday gather-
ing.

Sweet Potato Pie

2 cups of mashed fresh or canned
yams
1 can, 14 ounces of sweetened con-
densed milk
1/2 cup of sugar
1/2 stick of butter
1 / 2 cup of milk
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. of nutmeg
1/4 tsp. of rum flavoring
4 eggs beaten
1 unbaked, 9 inch pie shell, deep dish

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a
bowl mix all ingredients except the pie
shell together. Pour into the pie shell
and bake for about 40 minutes until
brown. Serves 6 to 8.

Well, these are great recipes, and
they are recipes that are tried, true,
and dear to the southern heart and to
many of us who live "Around the
Banks of the Suwannee". As we enter
this season of Thanksgiving, I truly
give thanks for my readers, their inter-
est in my column and in the wonderful
culinary traditions that make our part
of the world very special indeed.


You can't get much more southern
than collard greens and sweet potatoes
and both are often part of the tradi-
tional Thanksgiving meal here in our
beloved homeland "Way down upon
the Suwannee River". One time I went
to a huge, lavish buffet at Thanksgiv-
ing. An array of food was "laid" on the
table. One of the elderly matriarchs
looked it all over and said "Honey, I
think they've forgotten something. No
collards or mustard greens of any
kind." I quietly slipped to the kitchen
and found they just had not been "put
out", which brought a bright smile to
the lady's face. She told me "It just
wouldn't have been Thanksgiving
without greens, cornbread, and sweet
potato pie." I nodded in agreement in
deference to her age and wisdom.
That, among so many other things is
what I love about our area the gen-
uine and "down to earth" spirit of so
many of its people, and I have enjoyed
the privilege of knowing hundreds,
even thousands across the tri-county
area, Hamilton, Suwannee, and Co-
lumbia counties in particular, and it
has been my joy to call so many dear
friends and loved ones. I do give
"thanks" for that and am so thankful
for it.
There is an elusive "otherness" to our
region of the south, "Around the Banks
of the Suwannee" that is so hard to ex-
plain to those who are not from here; a
quality for which I am most thankful. I
don't know that I can fully explain it,
but I will try. Our region is one in
which grace and guilt can sit shoulder
to shoulder, where the past isn't really
past, and where redemption is ever an
offer.
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.


Needed.


Wanted.


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013


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Hamilton County 1st Nine Weeks Honor Roll


South Hamilton Ashton Tomlinson Julian Wood Marivel Rivera-Lopez
Elementary School Ashton Tucker Student Of The Quarter: Caleb Steedley
1st 9 Weeks Honor Roll Student Of The Quarter: Hailey Williams Ja'quazia Strawder
Pitionnia Gibbons Alicia Tomas-Pascual


Pre-KI
Mr. Pepper
Most Gains And Being
Able To Write Name
Without A Model:
Isabella Young
Zimeria Lewis
Le'asia Mccloud
Riley Stormant
Kiera Macdonald
Student Of The Quarter:
Trenton Webb

Kindergarten:
Mrs Hurst:
Successful Progress In
Skills:
Devin Boles
Kingston Brooker
Kiara Chavez
Rogelio Cobos
Cole Conway
Nevada Cooks
Skye Flournoy
Latoria Gibbons
Lucas Hammock
Kayden Hawkins
Lily Ann Law
Wyatt Leis
O'nya Newsome
Skyler Perez
William Powell
Alexia Pritchard
Sarah Reid
De'asha Thomas
Hope Thomas
My'asia Tillie
Raven Tomlinson
Deonte Turner
Carl Vanzant
Student Of The Quarter:
Patrick Gibbons

1st Grade,
Mrs. Mickler:
Progressing Students;
Megan Allen
Laqwarduis Carter
Burke Foster
Mersadies Gaskins
Selene Gomez
Latavius Highland
Chase Howard
Zamarion Jones
Christopher Jordan
Carter Law
Nevaeh Mills
Cloe Mishoe
Abbrianna Owens
Jonathan Rowe
Ayden Tomlinson
Xavier Udell
Student Of The Quarter:
Courtney Wright

2nd Grade,
Mrs.Crowder:
Jacoven Brooker
Jarod Burch
Kylie Fender
Kolten Frew
Ashley Hettich
Samuel Hillhouse
Isaiah Jimenez
Ziyonna Burch Jones
Kristyana Jordan
James Lane
Leondra Mccloud
Austin Mercer
Briana Powell
Tyler Powell
Ravyn Roberson
Reese Robinson
Isaiah Robinson
Kaleb Skinner
Kayla Stormant


3rd Grade,
Mrs. Fouraker,
Mrs Lowe:
All A's
Chance Cherry
Elora Mcguire
Hiedi Smith
Samuel Bryant
Graison Fuller
Logan Smith
All A's And B's
Morgan Williams
Natalie Fouraker
Alexis Griffis
Lincoln Hammock
Macy Mcdaniel
Benjamin Mills
Kameran Richardson
De'miya Richburg
Ryan Thomas
Neil Whitt
Jayquon Williams
Morgan Williams
Student Of The Quarter:
Logan Smith

4th Grade,
Mrs Byrd
All A's And B's
Zachary Cason
Tenija Martin
Joshua Townsend
Jazlyn Watson

Julie Law
All A's
Nathan Fouraker
Benjamin Thomas
A/B
Kaniyah Burch
Crystal Pritchard
B
Foster Bristol
Breunna Jordan
Student Of The Quarter:
Benjamin Thomas

5th Grade,
Miss Smith
Andrea Cromartie
Sydney Elmore
Tyler Ford
A/B
Daniel Bennett
Jacob Fredrick
Sandra Jimenez
Madison Lee
Samuel Merrill
Dalton Ogburn
Taylor Thomas
Azaria Thompkins
Pe'tresse Webb
B
Justin Beauchamp
Travis Powell
Student Of Quarter:
Darius Jones

6th Grade,
Mr. Law
A
Danielle Bennett
Diamond Jones
Allison Ogburn
Mckenzie Shipp
Nathan Stewart
A/B
Nigel Cherry
Patrick Fairnot
Jordan Hawkins
Cheyenne Howard
Daisy Salazar
Jayme Wetherington
Hailey Williams
Celenney Wood


North Hamilton
Elementary School
1st 9-Weeks Honor Roll

Pre-K -
D. Combass
Gavin Combass
Andrew Cone
Nathan Cone
Tamarius Curry
Anna Ervine
Riley Gerth
Kenna Greenberg
Ava Honeycutt
Shiriah Jackson
John Maulden
Allison Norris
Betzabe Reyes-Ve-
lasquez
Daniel Santos
Anna-Kayte Smith
Jay'twain Strawder
Jaden Tolle
Camron Wilson

Kindergarten -
Boatwright
Genesis Aldama-Vaque-
ro
Carmelina Baquiax
Ethan Barron
Jose Castillo-Bautista
Evelyn Cazarez
Trevione Curry
Gabriel Epstein
Jakayden Flournoy
Graciela Lopez-Vasquez
Charles Luallen
Hayli Marshall
Isabelle Riley
Jonathan Tomlinson
Harold Yeomans-Lin-
drose

L. Combass
Caleb Boatwright
Jeremias Celiz
Makayla Davis
Kimmy Ervine
Juan Francisco-Tomas
Angel Galvez-Cano
Brandon Garcia
Gabriel Garcia
Karen Garcia-Tovar
Nikki Holbrook
Addie Morgan
Pedro Rios
Jonathan Solomon
Alfredo Thomas
Camden Wright

Green
Wale Cavazos
Mason Coleman
Kenneth Daniels
Yesica Galvez
Joseline Garcia-Rendon
Maria Gutierrez-Basilio
Kavon Hornme
Cristofer Mendez
Benjamin Middour
J'mira Monk
Catalina Nicolas-Mar-
tinez
David Peterson
Edwin Robinson

Mccall
Hayleigh Capps
Kaden Crider
Ayla Cruce
Ana Hidalgo-Gregorio
Peyton Lanoue
Joseph Mendiola
Kimberly Paez-Reyes
Austin Price


Quinton Vankirk

1st Grade-
Asch
Mercedes Bautista
Jaylen Duran
Joana Gregorio-Garcia
J'dyn Hunt
Jacob Knighton
Guadalope Lopez-
Vazquez
Guadalupe Santana
Leila Strawder
Michael West, Iii

Atkinson
Elijah Ash
Angel Bautista
Lillie Cruce
Caleb Curry
Alyssa Griffith
Brianna Howell
Tamoryia Hughes
Jace Kreyling
Linnea Mcdaniel
Sonny Terrell
Aaliyah Tumblin

Bryce
Jonathan Boatwright
Kasey Carter
Haley Glavich
Garyus Hollie
T'asia Houston
Riley Knighton
Mia Macheca
Jonathan Mendiola
Casen Moore
Dallas Smith
Kaitlynn Spires

Keen
Joseph Alicea
Annalyse Deas
Mason Deas
Dakota Duke
Juan Gomez
Catalena Gonzalez
Diana Gutierrez-Basilio
Jalexia Howell
Jesus Isidro-Martinez
Maya Mallett
K'shara Mcclain
Amy Traywick
Antonio Vicente-Pedro


2nd Grade -
Dean
Ella Deas
Pascual Diaz-Cristobal
Caleb Driggers
Lanie Herndon
Ka'shauna Johnson
Erica Lopez
James Henry Love
Brianna Marine
Alanna Marshall
Adriana Perez-Lopez
Sergio Ramon
Asumcion Riveras
Blanca Soriano
Christian Spires
Logan Thompson
Jennifer Vasquez
Irma Ventura
Sarah Welch
J. T. Zamora

Driggers
Karleigh Bembry
Kinleigh Bembry
Esmeralda Blanco
Anna Cheshire
Addison Dorminey
Neil Gandhi


Esmeralda Garcia-
Jimenez
Blaine Hall
Todd Jackson
Johanna Lopez
Erica Mclendon
Jakhi Monk
Carley Morgan
Therrance Morgan
Ashlynn Newsome
Emmanuel Ramirez-
Nava
Mariyah Rios
Grant Selph
Jamiya Wright

Mccoy
Maddox Brady
Cameren Carter
Zane Carter
Denyla Cherry
Jackson Combass
Graciela Concepcion
Rachael Conwright
Joseph Corby
Jaden Deas
Bailey Driggers
Mercedes Hernandez
Tamarion Hughes
Kayleigh Luallen
Anna Morgan
Brailin Palacios
Branzin Palacios
Emily Peacock
Kendell Thompson
Hailey Weeks
Anthony Wright

Witherspoon
Johanna Alicea
Esmeralda Bautista
Sofia Cerda
Blake Ducksworth
Luis Francisco-Tomas
Chevi Gallegos
Decorrious Green
Ja'darius Hornme
Eneida Isidro-Martinez
Chance Johnson
Madison Johnson
Bri'asja Marshall
Jaylon Mcquay
Brianna Music
Cynthia Reyes
Suzzanna Terrell
Hector Trejo
Oscar Vasquez
Key'asia Wilson

3rd Grade -
Mathis
All A's
Kelsey Brevig
Yesenia Gomez
Maria Silverio-Chung
A/B's
Jasmine Griffith
Jonathan Howell
Christopher Rodgers
Brayan Silverio-Chung
All B's
Eric Mcquay

Pope
All A's
Desmond Mcclain
A/B's
Dylan Cadava
Mayliah Marcano
Victor Perez
All B's
Jaime Cruz
Rilee Gallegos
Mikayela Pedro

Register
All A's
Leanna Adkins
Kenley Brady
Chase Law


Lance Mcculley


A/B
Julian Garcia
Abelia Nava
All B's
Brianna James
Jason Jones
Maria Roja
Jaxon Smith

Tole
All A's
Ashton Deas
Morgan Griffin
Kyndal Lanier
Lilly Marshall
Heet Patel
Gracelynn Steedley
A/B
Jonathan Willson
All B's
Maria Diego
Annabelle Selph
Lucas Vann

4th Grade -
Carter
All A's
Sarai Aldama-Vaquero
Zane Sadler
Harley Squires
Jenna Tolle
A/B's
David Diaz
Dalton Gantous
Derrick Gerth-Damron
Tyler Glavich
Melodi Hernandez
Daisy Jones
Jesse Marshall
Priscilla Mendiola
Prestyn Smith
Monica Solomon

Parks
All A's
Emily Barnard
Jordan Beck
Jesus Castro
Mel'lesha Jones
Justin Reynolds
Hannah Sparks
A/B
Chloe Carter
Alyson Gandy
Omar Lopez
Gabriela Ponce
Summer Register
Nora Thurmond

5th Grade -
Merine
All A's
Jesse Mcelwain
A/B's
Isabella Brown
Carson Norris
All B's
Devin Cherry
Zachary Driggers
Jewels Trouille
Tyler Whetstone

Weeks
All A's
Miguel Thomas
Lexi Williams
A/B's
Destiny Brevig
Anna Calderon
Brittany Dorminey
Kade Lanier
Kayla Marshall
Mia Muscarella
Dalia Ortiz
Jayden Sexton
Jerel Tolle
Joshua Welch
All B's


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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 15A


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6th Grade -
Mcgee, Simmons,
Steedley
All A's
Logan Mcculley
Elizabeth Smith
A/B's
Kaylee Boatwright
Javier Cazarez
Brittany Hasty
Hannah Law
Ramsey Reynolds
All B's
Luke Adkins
Jorge Miguel
Martina Williams

Central Hamilton
Elementary
1st Nine Weeks Honor
Roll

Pre-K
Progressing In Skills
Genesis Alexander
Kamron Ash
Erika Blanco
Ja'vion Davis
Sean Dunham
Kelton Johnson
Lukas Love
Sonya Matthews
A King Mitchell
Breille Morrell
Felecity Perez
Kylie Reddish
Phoenix Rickey
Adison Steedley
Jayda Tice
Peyton Vasquez
Jayden Walls
Jayton Walls

Kindergarten
Progressing In Skills
Mrs. Goodin
Sarah Armstrong
Jacob Barker
Mallory Blue
D.J. Brown
Ja'kiya Cobbs
Blake Dillon
Jessica Drosopoulos
Ja'kavious Dubose
De'dric Forbes
Triston Fry
Rodrena Gibbons
Kyler Hart
Taniya Jones
Jadis Mcfadden
Dylan Reddish
Katelyn Roberson
Ta'nijah Sowell
Maya Steen
Jon'darious Temple

Ms. Shaw
Brandon Atwood
Kyle Brown
Pracedz Chatmon
Kamera Cohen
Payten Corbett
Seana Corbett
Elijah Devore
Arie Hawkins
Alexandria Hughes
Amiah Johnson
Kamari Johnson
Tamiah Johnson
John'l Lawson
Jakala Mccallum
Kyle Robidoux
Ricky Robinson
Adasia Smith
Nita Temple
Aiden Wetherington

Mrs. V. Williams
Lauren Brown
Melonie Davis
Keyosha Gibbons
Jacoi Hawkins
Ta'jayden Jackson
Jacob Johns
Amari Johnson
Makenzie Lee
Abigail Madden
Aryanna Mitchell
Rena Morrison
Amelia Montague
Tnayia Owens
Georgia Perry
Kaniya Rodriguez
Caden Starling
Adrianna Tice
Desmond Williams
Ellis Wright


First Grade
Ms. Byrd
Progressing In Skills
Sean Corbett
Tyqeria Hughes
Da'miya Reed
Da'niya Reed
Jamarion Smith
Jailyah Sapp
Charles Walls
Doyle Worthington
Anna-Marie Worthing-
ton

Ms. Smith
Jordan Brown
Allen Bryant
Shemari' Carter
Tyler Folsom
Amiya Harris
Kaliyah Hutcherson
Pria Ingram
Aiyanna Kennedy
Obed Ortiz
Javen Smith
Allison Strickland
Cherish Sutton
Cortaysia Vaughn
Jacory Wilkerson
De'syrius Williams
Ariel Zipperer

Ms. S. Williams
Lamaria Brown
Izak Burnett
Jhaki Dubose
Desmond Gibbons
Jedarius Hawkins
Asiya Iqball
Emron Home
Princess Jackson
Kameri Johnson
Paris Johnson
Ny'kerria Jones
Leonor Melo
Macie Padgett
Logan Roberson
Breanna Simone
Alan Southland
Markayla Williamson

Second Grade
Ms. Cook
Progressing In Skills
Gracie Ball
Kailey Cribbs
Makiyah Daniels
Clayton Dunaway
Aleana Gallegos
Jevon Hawkins
Luke Hutto
YusuflIqbal
Aaliyah Mcfadden
Tyra Oliver
Valerey Reynolds
Alexus Robidoux
Ta'von Smith
Jeremy Walls
Anaya Wright

Ms. Johns
Tyion Cohens
Haikley Cribbs
Amorya Hancock
Salimah Iqbal
Sylester Jones
Alex Kornegay
Natalie Morse
Nigeria Pierce
Cassi Taylor
Jeffery Walls
Kacy Warren
Tyanna White

Mrs. Lambert
Amari Arthur
Jacoby Bowden
Alexis Fennell
Russell Fry
Shalayah Green
Nykol Jackson
Kemarion Jones
Gabrielle Johnson
Keondrick Mccloud
Jy'kyon Owens
Halley Rickey
Jamrius Smith
Erika Thompkins
Kajae Vaughn

Third Grade
Mrs. Blue
AB
Jerome Hawkins
Keyaris Jones
Arianna Richardson
B
Darian Moody
Kenya Turner


Daleah Nixon Kaitlyn Sutter
Ms. Dempsey Makayla Thomas


A
Christian Dye
Roman Perez
AB
Timothy Johns
Arianna Mcclain
Shannon Wheeler
B
Key'asia Cole
Kya Johnson

Mrs. Johnson
A
Sarah Needham
AB
Brea Davis
Dalton Wiggins
B
Jonathan Baker
Ja'myia Williams

Fourth Grade
Ms. Carter
A
Timothy Warfel
AB
Ma'kaylah Aaron
Elijah Grantham
Devan Hawkins
Amaya Johnson
Matthew Register
Katherine Warren

Ms. Griffin
A
Orane Hughes
AB
Triston Carter
Graciela Gallegos
Christopher Harris
Britlee Hawkins
James Jackson
James Swift
Kih'yona Lee
Bailey Swayze
Vidal Lanier
B
Nu'quisya Anderson
Savannah Henderson
Christina Pridgeon

Fifth Grade
Ms. Armstead
A
Racheal Armstrong
Autumn Register
AB
Denandre Johnson
Shameria Lanier
Edward Joe Needham
Donald Reeves
Andrea Serrano
Key'undrea Zanders
B
I'laisha Saunders

Mrs. Bond
AB
De"Yahna Daniels
Zachery Rainish
Cassidy Wiggins
Bridget Wilson

Sixth Grade
Mrs. Norris
A
Kimberly Reynolds
Demeatriona Hawkins
AB
Kelton Allen
Isaiah Baker
Dalton Carnley
Brianna Claridy
Bernydra Federick
Sarah Godwin
Jordan Harris
Tyquan Ivey
Zhymiri Nelson
Kyla Sands
Lakavia Smith
Madison Camp

Mr. Perez
A
Ashley Hand
Noah Kersey
AB
Kasondra Carter
Kalynda Heck
Hadiya Iqbal
Chadrick Mcclain
Janiria Miles
Brianna Mitchell
Malakai Perez
Mykelti White
Gary Wright
Key'shun Zanders
B


Mrs. Whitaker
AB
Zed Washington
Devarious Ross
Melvin Thompkins

Westwood Christian
School
1st Nine Weeks
Honor Roll

Third Grade
A
Trayson Rogers

Fourth Grade
B
Jon'naisha Brown

Sixth Grade
A
Joseph Mickler

Ninth Grade
A
Abby Mickler

Corinth Christian
Academy
Honor Roll 1st Nine
Weeks

Kindergarten
Rachel Blesy
Jace Campbell
Jaiden Hurst
Katelynn Melvin
Peyton Smith
Joesiah Wiser

First Grade
A's
Taylor Clement
Serinity Hernandez
Jamielyn Hudson
Karsyn Wood
Nathan Corbett
Renee Sharpless
A&B
Laura Wiser
Katelynn Beverly

Second And Third
A's
Kiley Melvin
Cooper Copeland
Jordan Sharpless
Nadia Waller
Kelly Cox
A&B
James Curtiss
Hailey Wilson
Jayden Thomas
Payton Hudson
Alex Gomez

Fourth And Fifth
A's
Alex Hernandez
Evan Hutchinson
Gracie Herndon
A&B
Connor Creech
Natalee Mathis
Logan Cox
Alayna Hernandez
Alex Musgrove
Mckenzie Parrish

Sixth Grade
A's
Karoline Herndon
Katheryne Herndon
A&B
Lydia Goins
Brinson Herndon
Dylan Lee
Chloe Nabors

Seventh Grade
A's
Emily Fenneman
Cameron Prine
A&B
Louie Boatright
Robyn Lamb
Emalee Mathis
Mya Williams

Eighth Grade
A's
Anslie Creech
Sheylah Lamb
A&B
Richard Boatright
Trent Bryan
Sonja Cantey
Ariana Gomez


Ninth Grade
A's
Ashton Blanton
Elizabeth Goolsby
Cierra Lee
Alyssa Shields
A&B
Chase Corley
Ben Godwin
Zachary Seasholtz
Cody Williams

Tenth Grade
A's
Tammy Boatright
A&B
Jacob Cox
Tj Hutchinson
Justin Phillips
Elizabeth Prine
Anthony Watson

Eleventh Grade
A's
Cearra Williams
A&B
Martina Blanton
Cadyn Gentry
Johnathan Goolsby
Rebecca Phillips
Megan Redgate

Twelfth Grade
A&B
Amanda Doyle
Will Godwin

Hamilton County
High School
1st Nine Weeks
Honor Roll

A Honor Roll
12th Grade
Bailey E. Altman
Charles W. Burnett Iv
Lashawn Claridy
Gina M. Giannantonio
Maggie E. Hughes
Charleisha Johnson
Jaylon M. Mcelwain
Alona J. Morgan
Wade B. Norris Iii
Madihah H. Tomoney
Tiffany J. Walton
Tyler C. Warfel

11th Grade
Rachel E. Bunting
Whitney J. Crosby
Sarra H. Davis
Hunter Z. Hill
Shelby R. Hines
Caitlyn M. Johnson
Aubrey D. Morris
Selena M. Myers
Esmer Nava Jr
Emily L. Reynolds
Mazey A. Roberts

10th Grade
C.J. Bozeman Home
Schooled
Sabrina M. Mcclain

9th Grade
Jessica L. Carter
Sarah D. Carter
Kaleigh M. Norris

8th Grade
Bradley A. Driggers
Breonna A. Gaskin
Zaevan G. Martin
Berry L. Roberson
Jenna A. Whittington

7th Grade
Cadarius D. Harrell
Logan B. Hughes
Josephine Law
Alexandria N. Pinello

AB Honor Roll Honor

12th Grade
Jimmy E. Alexander
Ismelda Alvarez
Robyn N. Barber
Kaelym K. Baxter
Lilian V. Celiz
Crystal W. Coleman
Aaron T. Cooks
Tacoya L. Cooper
Kimberly N. Edwards
Stephanie Y. Garcia
Nicholas E. Henderson


Tia T. Ingram
Oneasha W. Jones
Jeremiah F. Lee
Amber I. Manley
Justin T. Milton
Jakayla B. Mobley
K'neshia S. Nelson
Ashley N. Norman
Brandi S. Padgett
Ethan A. Shackelford
Charles D. Speights
Michaela J. Walker
Nina I. Weise

11th Grade
Jesse Alsing
Vandrea M. Curry
Kathryn B. Godwin
Kristi N. Howard
Kayleen A. Lee
Shonteria B. Lee
Elizabeth F. Lewis
Richard C. Mccoy
Austin Miller
Kristen N. Morris
Dekarri M. Nixon
Karina 0. Ramos
Tiphani R. Register
Kaleb Sadler
Na'sheema R. Simmons
Jonathan C. Whittington

10th Grade
Alondra P. Ash
Cassidy L. Byrd
Bianca M. Capozzi
Autumn M. Cole
Maisia E. Daniels
Maria A. Gonzalez
Kentonya J. Lee
Catherine M. Moffses
Benita D. Morris
Adelina Ponce
Cheyenne S. Rice
Jestyn A. Roberts
Hunter T. Smith
Zachary Vankirk
Christian G. Whitmore
Amber N. Wood

9th Grade
John L. Davis
Bryce S. Harrell
Cody J. Lewis
Boyianna J. Neil
Darren J. Rye Jr
Braxton M. Stewart
Brice Troy
Brittany M. Whitmore

8th Grade
Kenyetta Aaron
Michael H. Allen
Taffany B. Brown
Andrew Burke
Marisha Burklow
Ronald Claridy
Jonathen A. Corby
Jacob A. Deas
Jesus Garcia
Austin A. Griffin
Arlie M. Hunter
Connor Lee
Destine C. Marshall
Seth T. Merrill
O'shauna Monlyn
Jackson P. Norris
Guadalupe Ponce
Mackenzie L. Prueter
Carlee N. Richards
Jakayla Smallwood
Bryce A. Stephenson
Tori E. Troy
Laura M. Valdez
Angel F. Vaughn
Julianna F. Wheeler
Gabrielle L. Williams
Tatyana L. Williams

7th Grade
Sarabeth Adams
Tanyah K. Akins
Keandra R. Alford
Kalei R. Bracewell
Renee M. Brown
Bryan G. Cribbs Jr
Ranesha T. Gunsby
Caleb J. Herring
Colten W. Hines
Jeremy T. Law
Albino Lopez Jr
Taylor J. Moffses
Jacob D. Ray
Madison F. Register
Jonathan T. Steedley
Oriana N. Urzua
Leon M. Young


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013


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Community speaks out on school truancy


Continued From Page 1A

"I have several con-
cerns and mostly I'm a
bit disappointed in the
direction that we are go-
ing at this point," said
Higginbotham.
She said several stu-
dents have spoken to her
about their concerns,
and she referenced one
female student who has
always been an A stu-
dent.
"She tells me this year
she's not learning any-
thing and she's afraid
she's going to fail," Hig-
ginbotham said. "That
shouldn't be, for her to
be afraid."
She also said she was
concerned about stu-
dents missing the bus in
the mornings.
"I'm out here practi-
cally every day bringing
someone who has
missed the bus," she
said.
She explained that she
didn't know why so
many kids were missing
the bus, but she didn't
think it was because
they were staying up too
late. She also said they
lived too far away to
make walking to school
an option and, therefore,
they are missing too
many days of school.
Higginbotham said
she thought there was a
lot of room for improve-
ment in the school sys-
tem and that she was
looking forward to some
needed changes.
"I'm just disappointed
in the system," she said.
"I'm disappointed that
the children are not en-
joying school the way
that I think they should
be. I'm concerned about
the amount of time that
they don't have in
school."
She continued, saying
that things might be dif-
ferent if the schools in
the district were A
schools.
"We're not A schools
and we need to be
putting as much time, I
think, as possible into
the system. I think it's
kind of failing," she said.

Rev. Tyrone White
Rev. Tyrone White
from Jasper, who is also
a parent, approached the
board with a complaint
about his son, who got a
two-day suspension for
having six tardies.
"I feel, and according
to Florida statutes, they
shouldn't be getting sus-
pended for tardies," said
White. "I feel we should
address that differently,
because I feel you could
use community service
hours. When these kids
get suspended in Hamil-
ton County, there is
nothing for them to do,
but to find trouble.
There's nothing to do.


They're stealing and all
this different kind of
stuff. We gotta find a
different solution in-
stead of sending these
kids home, expelling
these kids for tardies ...
we need a different solu-
tion."
White said he works
for the city and he
would be willing to get
involved in a communi-
ty service program in or-
der to teach the kids
who have been expelled
or suspended some
work ethics by cleaning
up the roadways, in-
stead of just sending the
kids home.
"I have a concern be-
cause our kids are walk-
ing the streets, because
we have nobody going
behind them," he said.
White attributed the
problem to the dismissal
of Truancy Officer Bar-
bara Daniels and the fact
that the school district
has no one monitoring
the truancy problem.
White also said one of
the football players at
HCHS missed a whole
day of school, but he
was allowed to go to
football practice that
night.
"We need a truancy
officer and I feel we
need Mrs. Daniels
back," White said. "It's
very important and if
not, we're going to lose
our school system. We
can't just suspend these
kids and send them
home because there's
nothing in Hamilton
County for them to do."
White said he under-
stood suspensions for
drug issues, but not for
tardies. He also said the
student suspensions are
not consistent and that
there were different
strokes for different
folks. He said he didn't
get his son's suspension
letter in the mail until a
week after his son had
already served the sus-
pension time.
"According to the
statutes, I'm supposed
to get that letter within
24 hours," he said. "I got
it a week later. Some
things have to be im-
proved. I'm a concerned
citizen, a parent, as well
as a preacher in the com-
munity. If we don't
come together and for-
get about self and come
together as Christian
people, regardless of
color, whether you're
white, black, green or
purple, if we don't come
together, we're going to
lose our kids."

Arthur Bryant
Pastor Arthur Bryant
was up next and he, too,
asked the board to rein-
state Barbara Daniels as
the school truancy offi-
cer. He stated that the
school board governs


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the superintendent and
not vice versa, and won-
dered if the board knew
beforehand that Daniels
was getting fired and if
they knew what a good
job she had been doing
as truancy officer. He
praised Daniels because
he said she wasn't afraid
to stand up, not only to
the truant students, but
to their parents, as well.
"It's a hard pill to
swallow, especially
when somebody's doing
their job," said Bryant.

Bailey Jones
Bailey Jones spoke to
the board also request-
ing that Daniels be given
back her job as truancy
officer because there
were no kids on the
streets when she was in
her position.
"I think she did a good
job," said Jones. "You all
probably didn't, because
if you did, she would
still be here."
Jones said every
school district needs a
truant officer.
"It's wrong what you
did to her," Jones said.
"Somebody doesn't like
her, that's all there is.
That's the only reason."

Barbara Daniels
Barbara Daniels ap-
proached the board and
asked them if they ever
read through all the pa-
perwork they received
from the investigative
attorney regarding her
case against the school
district.
"That lawyer pulled
out so many wrong
things that you all let
happen," said Daniels.
She said the district vi-
olated an administrative
act by allowing the su-


perintendent to abolish
a position, which is
against policy.
"That's the board's
job," she said.
She also repeated that
she was fired on May 1,
and the board didn't
vote on eliminating the
truancy officer position
until over a month later.
She also said her perma-
nent status employment
with the school district
wasn't handled proper-
ly.

Rev. Tyrone White
White spoke again lat-
er in the meeting and
told the board that there
are teachers on the high
school campus who are
telling his kids they are
stupid and ignorant.
"Now, I get stupid
when you mess with my
babies," he said. "My


daughter is an A stu-
dent. I've never seen an
ignorant A student be-
fore."
He said his kids are
doing the best they can
not to say anything back
to the teacher, and that
the next time it happens
he will be in front of the
school board, all 6 foot 4
inches and 300 pounds
of him.
White said he thought
the teachers were pro-
voking the kids. He cited
one time his daughter
was held after class for
two minutes and ulti-
mately was late for her
next class because the
teacher wouldn't give
her a pass. She wound
up getting a tardy.
White said most folks
are intimidated by black
kids.
"We have some good


black kids," he said.
"Don't let anybody fool
you. You got bad black
kids, you got bad white
kids, bad Mexican, Puer-
to Rican, whatever they
are."
He said the only rea-
son these kids act up is
because nobody cares
for them and that ex-
pelling them is not the
answer.
"We're worried about
solutions to keep these
kids from going home,"
he said. "Expelling them
is not doing it. Expelling
them is giving them a
right to go ahead and
break in somebody's
house. Then, when we
have a funeral going on
because somebody has
killed one of these chil-
dren ... we've got to stop
it before it gets there."


Packing shoeboxes for

Operation Christmas Child


Residents of Surrey Place Care Center and the Live Oak Learners 4-H Club recently packed
their shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Each year residents of Surrey Place enjoy shar-
ing with others through the packing of Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. You still have time
to pack your shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child as the Collection Week is Nov. 18 Nov.
25. The adult leader of the Live Oak Learners 4-H Club is Cindy Horvath and Cameron Kerr is
the Community Service Officer.


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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sented by Hardee's Corp
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will be held Saturday
and Sunday at The Spirit
of the Suwannee Music
Park (SOSMP) in Live
Oak.
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the South and the North
in authentic uniforms
with soldiers being
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tors" tending to the
wounded.
Guests may visit the
encampments of both
Confederate and Union
soldiers Saturday and
Sunday, getting a realis-
tic view of how the sol-
diers lived during the
war between the states.
Camps are authentic and
soldiers and their fami-
lies use the same type


equipment to cook and
go about their daily
chores as did their fel-
low soldiers in the 1800s.
You may also shop the
Sutler merchants who
have some awesome
Civil War area items for
sale to delight any cus-
tomer. Admission is $6
per adult with children 8
and under free at the
gate. Gates open at 9
a.m. each day.
Civil War history
During the Civil War
years of the 1860s, Flori-
da was a major partici-
pant in many ways. Not
only did Florida field
troops for every aspect
of the conflict that led to
a truly united America-
but Florida was the most
productive state in the
south in the closing
years of the Civil War.
The pioneer families of
Florida were enterpris-
ing, producing farm
products, cattle, goods
and services of all types.
The Union fully recog-
nized this, leading to a
series of skirmishes all
over Florida. One of the
goals of the Union was
to control shipping, and
more importantly, the
well established rail
lines in Florida. This led
to the well known Battle
of Olustee some 30 miles
to the east of where the
Raid is held today. Less
well known were the nu-
merous "probes" all
along the coastal accessi-
ble area of the state.
There are earthworks re-


minding us of the en-
campments and hastily
erected fortification at
the nearby Suwannee
River State Park. A
"spur line" that served a
river landing with mule
drawn cargo cars still
borders The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park,
with roots into the 19th
Century.
Schedule
This year's events
will feature full after-
noon battles at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 23 and
Sunday, Nov. 24.
The event opens at 9
a.m. and closes at 5 p.m.
Saturday and 4:30 p.m.
Sunday.
A 10 a.m. drill and
weapons inspection will
be held Saturday.
A formal Ladies Tea
will be held Saturday for
re-enactors.
Grand Ball Saturday
night (public may attend
free/Civil War period
clothing requested).
Authentic church
service Sunday morning
at 10 a.m. at the SOSMP
chapel on Rees Lake.
A grand review of
the troops will be held at
1:30 p.m. Sunday before
the last battle.
For more information
call 386-364-1683, email
spirit@musicliveshere.co
m or go to www.musi-
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013


Veterans Day in White Springs


Veterans Day in White Springs began with the Pledge of Allegiance at 11 a.m.,
at the park on US 41, followed by Mayor Helen Miller reciting "The Soldier's
Prayer."
"Brave warriors, should fate find us in battle,
May our cause be just. May our leaders have clear vision.
May our courage not falter.
May we be triumphant and earn victory.
May our efforts bring lasting peace.
May our sacrifice be always appreciated by those we serve.
May we return to our loved ones unharmed.
Should we be harmed, may our wounds heal.
Should we perish in the struggle, may we find everlasting peace."
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worn one of our nation's
uniforms. Each time our
Alb country has come under
attack, they have risen in
her defense. Each time
our freedoms have come
under assault, they have
responded with re-
k solve. Through the gener-
ations, their courage and
Korean Warmveteran Lawrencet"Jim" Udell. sacrifice have allowed
our Republic to flour-
ish. And today, a Nation acknowledges its profound debt of gratitude to the pa-
triots who have kept it whole."
"This year, in marking the 60th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice, we
resolved that in the United States of America, no war should be forgotten, and
no veteran should be overlooked. Let us always remember our wounded, our
missing, our fallen, and their families. And as we continue our responsible
drawdown from the war in Afghanistan, let us welcome our returning heroes
with the support and opportunities they deserve."
Vice Mayor Walter McKenzie was the guest speaker and he delivered a mov-
ing story, based on the book "Vanished: The Sixty-Year Search for the Missing
Men of World War II," with reference to the staggering number of more than
73,000 U.S. troops that are still unaccounted for from the Second World War, and
about the Nation's continuing efforts "to leave no one behind."
Miller provided an update on the community's progress in constructing a Vet-
erans Memorial Park on the town's property on US 41 (old water tower
park). Since the Memorial Day gathering, a civic-minded couple purchased the
property adjacent to the park site to ensure its availability to the philanthropic
donors who have agreed to fund the proposed park.
Since an historic structure is sited on the property, discussions are underway
to determine where the structure should be moved and how it should be re-
stored. Discussions have also been held with the design firm that prepared the
conceptual drawings for the City of Perry Memorial Park, which serves as the
model for the White Springs park. The community will likely create a public-pri-


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vate partnership to organize and implement the park project.
The most senior veteran attending the event was World War II veteran, Mr.
Ralph Henry, who celebrated his 95th birthday last month. Mr. Henry was ac-
companied by his wife Margaret Henry.
Korean War veteran Mr. Lawrence "Jim" Udell was accompanied by his wife
Jeanette Udell. Mr. Udell recounted his exploits as a member of the highly-ac-
claimed Red Ball Express, a unit delivering supplies to the front line under cov-
er of darkness during enemy bombardments. Mr. Udell expressed his gratitude
that he was spared, while his army buddies from Jasper, Lake City and other
towns lost their lives in Korea.
All Veterans who attended were recognized, honored and thanked for their
military service. Service members included Mary Lou Bullard, Paul D. Brandt,
Tom Brzuszek, Keith Knipp, Asa Maynard, Walter McKenzie, Jim McMillen, Ed
Miller, R.J. Tennis, Willie Register, and Max Skinner.
The program concluded with a moment of silence, followed by a stirring ren-
dition of "America the Beautiful" sung by Johnny Bullard.
Attendees expressed their appreciation to the White Springs Special Events
Committee and to Family Traditions for the lunch served immediately after the
program. Veteran Tom Moore, who coordinated the lunch, was unable to attend
due to his work schedule. Veteran Paul D. Brandt served as photographer for the
event.


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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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At PotashCorp-White Springs we have a simple safety goal of No Harm to People or the Environment. This commitment to safety is shared by all of our employees and we believe that Every Moment Matters when it comes to safety and safe behaviors. At PotashCorp-White Springs we have an experienced, highly-skilled workforce whose commitment to safe production of plant nutrients play a vital role in the production of an abundant food supply to help feed a hungry world. The individuals listed below are recognized for their years of faithful and productive service. We thank them for their dedication and commitment. Please join me in recognizing the recipients of PotashCorp-White Springs Service Awards for the third and fourth quarter of 2013. Employee Name Yrs Job Title Danny K Smith 45 PM Reliability Planner/Corrd. Douglas W. Norris 40 Mobile Service Writer Charles C Nichols 40 Dragline Operator Ben Cox 40 Mobile Mechanic Leaderman Glenice J. Legree 40 Excavator Operator Henry G Purdy 40 Plumber 1/C Robert W. Daniels 40 Mechanical Leaderman Jackie Perry 40 Tank Farm Operator Stanley C. Cox 35 Shift Foreman Production Warren A. Adams 35 Chief Operator Richard E. Hillhouse 35 Mechanic 1/C Joseph T. Stills 35 Chief Operator James E. Cribbs 35 Combination Mobile Mech. Charles H. Hagan 35 Utility Operator Mines Robert F. McManus 35 Mechanic 1/C 2013 3 rd Quarter Service Awards PotashCorp White Springs Employee Name Yrs Job Title James A. Norris 35 Oiler Mechanic 1/C Warren D. Cooks 35 Chief Operator Filters Michael O. Jordan 35 Chief Operator Evaporation Thomas J. Peterson 35 Mechanical Leaderman Melvin L. McCallum 35 Leaderman Truck Driver Monroe E. Dunaway 35 Process Water Operator Randy W. Hicks 35 Mechanical Leaderman Curtis L. Padgett 35 Chief Operator Filters Michael K. Scippio 35 Chief Operator Jason H. Murray 15 Buyer/Coordinator Mark T. Tomlinson 15 Shift Foreman Production Derrick L. Hall 10 Chief Operator John D. Reynolds 10 Chief Operator Filters Robert L. Morgan, Jr 5 Wrencher Bruce P. Clarisse 5 manager, Engineering/Maint. Employee Name Yrs Job Title Allen K. Williams 40 Instr. Elect. Leaderman Tech III J. Lamar Raulerson 40 Safety Specialist Albert J. Warren 40 Chief Operator James M. Durrance 40 Mechanical Leaderman Jackie Robinson 40 Excavator Operator Jimmy M. Carter 40 Heavy Equipment Operator Jimmie L. Cheshire 40 Dragline Operator Curtis M. Sistrunk 35 Shift Foreman Mill Sylvia T. Stokes 30 Area Foreman Production Charles Townsend 25 Mgr Accounting/MIS Saul D. Speights 25 Weighmaster/Railcar Inspect. George L. Revoir 15 Sr. Electrical Engineer Gary D. Cole 15 Weighmaster/Railcar Inspect. Kerry J. OSteen 10 Heavy Equipment Operator William A. Tomlinson 10 Heavy Equipment Operator 2013 4 th Quarter Service Awards PotashCorp White Springs Employee Name Yrs Job Title Irvin A. McCook 10 Sr. Environmental Tech Mark A. Mitchell 10 Sr. Process Engineer Ralph J. Anderson 10 Mechanic 1/C Lora M. Jelks 10 Utility Operator Filters Jeffery W. Parrish 10 Heavy Equipment Operator Brandon M. Ramsey 10 Heavy Equipment Operator Edward J. Sillman 10 Granular Plant Operator Jimmy E. Corbett 10 Large Dragline Oiler Paul A. Daniels 10 Tank Farm Operator Daniel C. Hardy 10 Heavy Equipment Operator Roger B. Tomlinson 10 Heavy Equipment Operator Kenny D. Wrightsel 10 Granular Plant Operator Bradley F. Davis 5 Weighmaster/Railcar Inspect. Don A. Dahlgren 5 Sr. Environmental Engineer Mackey W. 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Located within 100 yard of the Suwannee River, very quiet. Filled with various types of wildlife. $39,900. Call Vern Roberts, 386-6 881940 MLS#85009 NICE 3/2 DWMH )250()]TJ /T1_8 1 Tf 0.249 0 Td [( just minutes from town. Ideal for that mini farm or for your horses. The home sets back of the property so you have a great view of the 5 acres of pasture. There are a couple of out b uildings for storage. $49,900 Call Irvin Dees, 386-208-4276 MLS#85299 LOCATED in PRIME Commercial Office park on Hwy 129 north, close to I-10 with city utilities. Cleared commercial lot ready to build on. $55,000. MLS#75528 REDUCED)Tj T* ()Tj /T1_8 1 Tf 0.249 -0.003 Td ( Older Two Story home in town. Needs work. Great potential for a small business. Possible owner financing. $59,000. Call Sylvia Newell, 386-590-2498 MLS#84016 M ITCHELL ROAD)250()]TJ /T1_8 1 Tf 0.249 0 Td [( 1 ,300+ sq.ft., 2/1 home on paved road. Situated on 2+ acres with mature pecan trees. Needs some TLC. Asking $66,900. MLS#85349 http://www.RealEstateShows.com/696254 R EDUCED)250()]TJ /T1_8 1 Tf 0.249 0 Td [( N ICE 28+ wooded acres. Close to Live Oak. Lots of wildlife. Great for hunting or homesite. Completely fenced. $84,900. Irvin Dees, 386-208-4276. MLS#78348 C ITY LIMITS)250()]TJ /T1_8 1 Tf 0.249 0 Td [( T his 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with 1,400+ sq.ft. Located in the city limits of Live Oak and priced at just $97,500. MLS#83958 http://www.RealEstateShows.com/696171 IMMACULATE)250()]TJ /T1_8 1 Tf 0.249 0 Td [( 3/2 DWMH, on 10 acres (3 ac fenced). Paved road. Lots of Deer & Turkey. Carport including workshop w/ tractor bays. Must have appointment & proof of funds. $115,000. Call Enola Golightly, 386-590-6684 MLS#85160 WELL BUILT HOME Quality built home in like new condition. Close to Dowling Park Advent Village. 2.87 acres can be divided for second dwelling. Small cabin on property with wood burning st ove. $137,500 Call David Mincey, 386-590-0157 MLS#84864 PRICED TO SELL3/2.5 cedar home on 14+ wooded acres. It could have 4 bdrm. Great room w/FP. G arage has 1/2 bath. Energy efficient. Minutes from town. $145,000. Call Irvin Dees, 386-208-4276 MLS#83989 R IVERFRONT: )250()]TJ /T1_8 1 Tf 0.252 0 Td [( 1 14 ft., 2/2, 1,156 sq. ft. completely furnished, shop/storage, large covered porch, deck at river w/steps leading to sandy shoreline, $150,000. Glenda McCall, 386-208-5244 MLS#83114 www.RealEstateShows.com/667371 BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING.. only 9 mi. to town, 3/3, (2,748 sq. ft.), brick, LR & DR, family room, w/FP, back screened porch, breakfast room/office, den, 14x16 bonus room, 3 car carport, 16x 20 workshop, much more. Call Glenda McCall, 386-208-5244, MLS#85619 BANK OWNED-)250()]TJ /T1_8 1 Tf 7.53 0 Td [( Custom built 2 story home on 2 acres just outside of town. 2,500+ sq.ft., 3 bedroom 2 1/2 baths. Just outside of town. Balcony, 2 fireplaces, covered front porch, attached 2 car garage. $193,500. MLS#85601 CUSTOM BUILT.. 3/2, 1,500+ sq.ft., 1+ ac., 10x21 deck overlooking beautiful secluded setting, 500+ sq.ft. bonus room, much, much more! Only 5 min. to shopping & schools. $215,000, Call Glenda McCall, 386-208-5244 MLS#84276 http://www.RealEstateShows.com/683658 VACATION HOME)250()]TJ /T1_8 1 Tf 8.826 0 Td [( on Beautiful Santa Fe River lot. Home in good condition. Large deck to view the beautiful scenery from. $220,000. Call David Mincey, 386-590-0157 MLS#84883 http:// www.RealEstateShows.com/692278 LARGE BRICK HOME on 5 acres, mostly in maturing planted pines, nice landscaped yard around home w/koi pond. Covered in-ground pool w/solar heating, chain link fencing, & pole barn. $250,000. William Golightly, 386-590-6681 MLS#85214 ttn\016f\013\013n\016b\017rnf*)/$)0 )-25(-*()-25(" )-25(n 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 communitys long-term risk for protecting people and property from the affects of natural disasters and to build a safer and stronger community. 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