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129th YEAR, NO. 47 2 SECTIONS, 24 PAGES


Wednesday Edition March 19, 2014


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Serving Suwannee County since 1884, including Live Oak, Wellborn, Dowling Park, Branford, McAlpin and O'Brien


Minor

flooding

forecast at

Three Rivers

Estates
Staff
A flood warning remains
in effect for the Santa Fe
River at Three Rivers Es-
tates in Southern Suwannee
County from Saturday
morning until further no-
tice. The flood stage is 19
feet and the river is forecast
to rise above flood stage by
Saturday morning and con-
tinue to rise to near 19.7
feet by early afternoon Sun-
day, according to the Na-
tional Weather Service in
Jacksonville.
According to Megan
Wetherington, senior pro-
fessional engineer at
Suwannee River Water
Management District, there
will be minor flooding at
Three Rivers Estates with
river water encroaching in
yards and underneath
homes that are on stilts.
According to information
on the SRWMD website,
Suwannee gages are not
forecast to reach flood
stage in the next five days.
NWS models show the
Suwannee River to crest
below flood stage for White
Springs, Suwannee
Springs.
"Significant areas in the
upper Suwannee water-
shed, mainly to the east and
northeast of the river near
the Georgia border, re-
ceived less rainfall than ex-
pected," according to the
website.


COURT ROUNDUP

Two

sentenced

to prison

FAK F


Ethics Commission:


Probable cause found against Prins


Prins


Commission report: City councilor
used his position to help a sibling
during Tropical Storm Debby flooding.


9 allegations, 1 found to have probable cause.
By Bryant Thigpen
bryant.thigpen@gafInews.com

The State of Florida Commission on
Ethics determined in a 4-2 vote there
was probable cause to believe Live Oak
City Council President Adam Prins mis-
used his position as a council member,
according to the COE. A total of nine al-
legations were brought against Prins,
however, eight of them were found to
have no probable cause.
"Mr. Prins has the right to a full evi-
dentiary hearing before an Administra-
tive Law Judge (ALJ) with the Division
of Administrative Hearings (DOAH),"
said Kerrie Stillman, COE public infor-


SEE ETHICS, PAGE 9A


About 40 people gathered at the City Hall Annex Building Thursday night for a special called CRA
meeting, planning for a future farmers market. Photos: Bryant Thigpen


Farmers market producing results


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Staff
Two people were sen-
tenced to prison Thursday
on unrelated charges.
James Lee Owens, 31,
1602 SW 8th St., Live Oak,
was sentenced to 24 months
to the Florida Department
of Corrections with five
years probation to follow
on each case, to run concur-
rent.
Owens had three cases in
which each case had one
count of sale or delivery of
cocaine. He pleaded guilty
and was adjudicated guilty,
according to court records.
Sabrina Ann Turner, 43,
155 NE Fronie St., Lake
City, was sentenced to 18
months to the FDOC for
one count of grand theft III
of Walmart merchandise
from October of 2013. She
also received 60 days in the
Suwannee County Jail for
resisting a merchant. Turn-
er pled guilty and was adju-
dicated guilty.






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Jim DeWulf, a local farmer, expressed
his concerns regarding the lack of
management at past farmers markets
and local participation.


Marketing and
management
key items for
discussion.

By Bryant Thigpen
bryant.thigpen@gaflnews.com

The Live Oak Commu-
nity Redevelopment
Agency held a special
called meeting Thursday
night at the City Hall An-
nex Building to discuss
the idea of bringing a
farmers market to Live
Oak.


At a meeting in January,
the board instructed CRA
Director Tim Williams to
work with farmers market
expert Sharon Yeago in
establishing a plan to
bring a farmers market to
downtown Live Oak.
Since then, Yeago has
been working and the pro-
ject is currently in the re-
search phase. Yeago re-
ported no decisions have
been made yet regarding
the future endeavor.
Nhii111 is finalized
until we go through this

SEE FARMERS, PAGE 8A


Suwannee SpringFest kicks off tomorrow


The Avett Brothers, Sam Bush Band,
Del McCoury Band and many more.
The Suwannee SpringFest returns in its 18th
year to The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
in Live Oak Thursday, March 20. The fun lasts


The most viewed, recent posts on
facebook.com/SuwanneeDemocrat

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Local father, son face charges in Ohio.

1.4K
Live Oak police chief measure passes
final reading.

1.1K
Heavy rainfall and slight risk of severe
storms through Monday.

1.4K
Mayo woman wins $500,000 from
scratch-off ticket.


until Sunday, March 23 and includes a stellar
lineup including The Avett Brothers, Del Mc-
Coury Band, Jim Lauderdale, Punch Brothers,
Sam Bush Band, Southern Soul Assembly (JJ
Grey, Anders Osborne, Luther Dickinson and
Marc Broussard) and more (See the full list be-
low).
Event tickets include all four days of music
and fun plus four nights of primitive camping.
The SOSMP has hosted Suwannee
SpringFest since its beginning, providing a set-


SEE SUWANNEE, PAGE 8A


NODbleS


Investigation

continues in fatal

February wreck

involving SUV

and log truck
A look at US 90 and
CR 137, by the numbers.
Staff
The investigation is ongoing in a
fatal wreck that claimed the life of a
Live Oak woman after the SUV she
was driving collided with a log
truck's trailer at CR 137 and US 90
East last month, according to the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Shortly after midnight on Wednes-
day, Feb. 12, Tracy Deas, 42, was
traveling on US 90 when the SUV
she was driving collided with the left
side of a log truck's trailer with its
front. The log truck, driven by
Eliecer Caceres Labrada, 42, Ocala,
made a right turn onto eastbound US
90 from CR 137 in Wellborn, into the
direct path of Deas. Deas was trans-
ported to Shands UF where she was
pronounced dead at 8:42 a.m., ac-
cording to FHP.
FHP Sgt. Tracy Hisler-Pace report-
ed that investigators are looking at all
aspects of the wreck including stipu-
lations that operators of log trucks
and semi-trucks must adhere to when
operating at night.
"Log trucks do have some stipula-

SEE INVESTIGATION, PAGE 8A


Man fired from job

displays handgun
No shots fired. Man arrested
without incident.
StaffI I
A Live Oak man was
arrested Friday for dis-
playing a handgun and
making threatening
statements at his place
of work after being Mosely
fired, according to a
report from the Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office.
SCSO states that Todd William
Mosely, 34, 20392 68th St., Live
Oak, made threatening statements at

SEE MAN, PAGE 9A


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2014


Arrest Record


Suwannee Democrat
prints the entire arrest record
each week. If your name ap-
pears here and you are later
found not gmiltv or the
charges are dropped, we will
be happy to make note of this
in the newspaper when judi-
cial proof is presented to us
by you or the authorities.
The following abbrevia-
tions are used below:
SCSO-Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office
LOPD-Live Oak Police
Department
FDLE-Florida Department
of Law Enforcement
FHP-Florida Highway Pa-
trol
FWC-Florida Wildlife
Commission
DOT-Department of
Transportation
OALE-Office of Agricul-
tural Law Enforcement
P & P-Probation and Pa-
role
USMS-US Marshals Ser-
vice
ATF-Department of Alco-
hol, Tobacco and Firearms
DOC-Department of Cor-
rections
Mar 13, SabrinaAnn Turn-
er, 43, 155 NE Fronie St,
Lake City, FL, Sentenced 18
Months DOC on Suwannee
& Columbia: SCSO- T. Lee
Mar 13, Latoria Deshawn
Williams, 22, 1122 SW 6th
St, Live Oak, FL, VOP 0/C
Criminal Mischief, Cash


9980 Hwy 90 (at CR49)
Live Oak, FL 32060
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Bond: SCSO- T. Lee
Mar 13, Larry Albert Jelks,
25, 12938 116th St, Live
Oak, FL, VOP-Felony Bat-
tery by Strangulation,
DWLS/R: Cpl. J. Stout
Mar 13, James Lee Owens,
31, 1602 SW 8th St, Live
Oak, FL, Sent 24 Months
DOC: SCSO- Cpl. J. Stout
Mar 14, Timothy Wayne
Butler, 26, 6861 Walker,
Live Oak, FL, DWLS, ROR
Per WFW: SCSO- J. Zim-
merman
Mar 14, Todd William
Mosely, 34, 20392 68th St,
Live Oak, FL, Agg Assault
W/Deadly Wea: SCSO-
Woloszyn
Mar 14, Issac Charles
Cooper, 50, 173 SW Scruggs
Ave, Madison, FL, VOP-
Poss Cocaine W/I Sell,
$4000.00 or $400.00 Cash to
P&P: SCSO- A. Sutton
Mar 14, Wendall Yung, 22,
175 SW Bulldawg Glen,
Lake City, FL, VOP 0/C
Lewd or Lasciviou Battery-
Penetration (2Cts): SCSO-
M. Jelks
Mar 14, Santiago Ro-
driguez, 35, 22288 Ligth Dr,
Lake City, FL, Agg Battery
on Pregnant Person (Dom.
Violence): SCSO- C. Fergu-
son
Mar 16, Justin Jason Lane,
31, 13507 76th Terrace, Live
Oak, FL, Robbery, Imperson-
ating Officer: LOPD- Kirby
Mar 16, Joseph F. Ross,
49, 203 Johnson Blvd, Live
Oak, FL, VOP 0/C Robbery:
LOPD- B. Harrison
Mar 17, Ralph Thomas
Hunt, 29, 250 NE Harrington
Ct, Lake City, FL, VOP-Poss
of Hydrocodone, Battery
(Domestic): SCSO- L. Land
Mar 17, Holly Ann Green,
29, 19714 67th St, Live Oak,
FL, FTA 0/C Poss -20
Cannabis, Poss Drug Paraph,
Cash Bond Only: SCSO- J.
Law
Mar 17, Antwain Leo
Strawder, 26, 358 SW 10th
Ave, Jasper, FL, Hamilton
County Warrant VOP-Crimi-
nal Mischief: P&P- C. Redic
Mar 17, Shannon Leann
Welch, 20, 9532 178th Terr,
Live Oak, FL, Disruption of
a School Function, Assault
on Sch. Employee: SCSO- A.
Robinson
Mar 17, Barbara Lynn
Hewiett, 36, 8785 100th Ter
Lot 4, Live Oak, FL, Suw Co
Wrt 0/C Poss of Controlled
Substance, OR $200 Cash
Bond: SCSO- K. Descar-
reaux


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Mayo woman wins

$500,000 from

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Annette Blake

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CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE FLORIDA LOTTERY!


FORT LEE, Va. --
Army Spc. Eva Kinsey is
one of 200 chefs, from
bases around the globe,
who on March 9 to 13,


gathered for the 39th annu-
al Military Culinary Arts
Competitive Training
Event, where military food
service chefs showcase


their best cooking skills.
Kinsey is assigned to
3rd Sustainment Brigade,
Fort Stewart, Ga., and
has four years of military
service.
"I feel great about par-
ticipating in this culinary
competition -- this has
been a great learning expe-
rience," Kinsey said.
The focus of the compe-
tition is in providing com-
petitive training opportu-
nities for service members
with credentialing initia-
tives through the American
Culinary Federation, and
to learn from the U.S.
Army Culinary Arts Team.
Among the events was
armed forces chef of year,
culinary team of the year, a
nutrition challenge, three-
course gourmet meals cre-


ated from everyday mili-
tary equipment, a mobile
field kitchen challenge,
nutrition challenge, and
food displays and demon-
strations.
The event was hosted
here by the Joint Culinary
Center of Excellence, U.S.
Army Quartermaster
School, Combined Arms
Support Command, and it
brought together military
chefs from all branches of
the armed forces.
Kinsey is the daughter
of Tommy Hightower of
Live Oak, Fla.
She is a 1987 graduate
of Colquitt County High
School, Moultrie, Ga.
She earned an associate
degree in 2001 from South
University, West Palm
Beach, Fla.


Annette Blake poses with her oversized check after claim-
ing a $500,000 Scratch-Off prize at Florida Lottery head-
quarters in Tallahassee. Courtesy photo


TALLAHASSEE The
Florida Lottery announces
that Annette Blake, 52, of
Mayo, claimed a $500,000
top prize in the 20X THE
CASH Scratch-Off game at
Florida Lottery headquar-
ters in Tallahassee. She
purchased her winning
ticket from Mayo Food
Mart, located at 133 West
Main Street in Mayo.
The $5 game, 20X THE
CASH, offers top prizes of
$500,000 and more than six
million winning tickets. Six
of the eleven top prizes re-
main to be won. The
game's overall odds of
winning are one-in-4.24.
Last month, the Florida
Lottery launched 5X THE
CASH, o10X THE CASH,
20X THE CASH and 50X
THE CASH Scratch-Off
games to join its most pop-
ular multiplier-themed
game, 100X THE CASH.


The CASH MULTIPLIER
family of Scratch-Off
games ranges in price from
$1 to $25, and offers mil-
lions of dollars in instant-
win prizes or a chance to
win prizes up to $50,000 in
a limited-time second
chance promotion. Players
can enter any non-winning
CASH MULTIPLIER tick-
ets into the "$50,000 Cash
Second Chance Promo-
tion" on the Lottery's web-
site. For more information
about these games and the
second chance promotion,
visit www.flalottery.com.
Scratch-Off games are an
important part of the Lot-
tery's portfolio of games,
comprising approximately
60 percent of ticket sales
and generating more than
$575 million for the Educa-
tional Enhancement Trust
Fund (EETF) in fiscal year
2012-13.


"I can sleep peacefully now that

I don't worry about what could

happen to Mom in her home."


Dacier Manor Assisted Living
at Advent Christian Village
I know Mom is being taken care of by a professional,
caring staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. She's not
sitting alone in her home she's with her peers. And
she's still close by. Mom is much happier now, and so am I.

Call (386) 658-5291 or visit
www.acvillage.net/assistedliving


ADVENT CHRISTIANVILIAGE
SAT DOWLING PARK

CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF MINISTRY


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

ALF 1-800-647-3353 1-800-955-8771 TTY
#7641 PO Box 4345 DOWLING PARK 32064


Kinsey


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Army chef highlighted


at military competition


The Suwannee Democrat



Coloring contest winners:

4-5 age group Lauren Garner

6-8 age group Janna Roberts

9-12 age group Seth Metts

13-adult age group Shelby Rafferty

Look for artwork inside Friday's edition
of the Suwannee Democrat.


EQUAL HOUSING
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suwannee living


Happy 40th

Wedding Anniversary

to Cleatos and

Melissa McCook


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Reta Butler and Timothy
Butler of Live Oak, Fla.
would like to remind fami-
ly and friends of the fast
approaching wedding of
their daughter Rachel
Danielle Butler to Ben-
jamin "Lucas" Lott, son of
Alan and Angie Lott of
Live Oak, Fla.
Bride elect's paternal
grandparents Rachel
"Juanita" Butler and the
late Luther M. Butler of
Live Oak, Fla.
The bride graduated
from Suwannee High in
2008 and graduated North
Florida community College
in 2010 with an A.A. She
received a Bachelor's of
Music in Contemporary
Worship at The Baptist
College of Florida in De-
cember 2013.


WPI
Lucas' Maternal grand-
parents are Clarice Thomas
and the late Edwin W.
Thomas of Harvest, Al. Pa-
ternal grandparents are Jan-
ice Lott and the late James
C. Lott, Jr. of Madison, Al.
The groom graduated
from Suwannee High in
2010 and also received a
Bachelor's of Music in
Contemporary Worship at
The Baptist College of
Florida in December 2013.
The wedding will be Fri-
day, April 4, 2014 at First
Baptist Church, Live Oak,
Fla. at 6 p.m. with a recep-
tion following at Heritage
Park and Gardens. All
friends and family are in-
vited, but please RSVP as
soon as possible. For more
information, visit
www.fourfourfourteen.com


Love:
Andy, Stephanie, Cassie, Abbie, Alex, Luke, Anderson,
Hannah, andAyden


Ann Thompson, Altrusa International of Live Oak, makes a
check presentation to Jason Fury, Suwannee Recreation
Department Coordinator. Jason gave members a short pre-
sentation of current projects and activities including base-
ball, new walking trail joining Heritage Park with downtown
businesses and US 90. He also indicated the Department
has received a couple of grants to include repairs to the re-
taining wall at Charles Springs and repair damage to the re-
taining wall and walkways at Little River Springs. Jason in-
dicated the funds provided by Altrusa will go to scholar-
ships for kids who would otherwise be unable to pay for
sports activities such as baseball.


March is Developmental Disabilities Month


Live Oak Mayor Sonny Nobles (center) and Arc North Florida Executive Director Bobbie Lake (right) pose with Arc mem- I
Live Oak Mayor Sonny Nobles (center) and Arc North Florida Executive Director Bobbie Lake (right) pose with Arc mem-


bers. Photo: Andrew McGee
Submitted
For over 32 years, The
Arc North Florida has
made tremendous progress
in promoting and protect-
ing the rights of people


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with intellectual and devel-
opmental disabilities.
Largely due to their advo-
cacy efforts and those of
over 700 other chapters of
The Arc nationwide, Presi-
dent Ronald Reagan offi-
cially declared March to be
Developmental Disabilities
Month in 1987.
As part of the activities
during the month, Live
Oak's Mayor Garth "Son-
ny" Nobles, signed a
Proclamation declaring
March as Developmental
Disabilities Month. During
the presentation ceremony


Nobles said, "People with
disabilities are no different
than anyone else. They en-
joy evenings out with their


friends and families, trips
to local restaurants, fun on
the river, and attending a
local church."


The following couples applied
for a marriage license the week
of March 10- 14, 2014:
James Manley Adams to Allison Kelli Burkett
Benjamin Lucas Lott to Rachel Danielle Butler
Detoria La'Von Edwards Sr. to Cetoria Yvette Brown
Joshua Lee Walters to Tammy Lee Neveils
Nicholas David Orr to Courtney Rhonda Ash


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James Brandon Aikman
March 12,1992 -
March 6, 2014

James Brandon Aik-
man, 21, of Tampa,
Florida passed away
on Thursday, March
6, 2014. Born in
Gainesville, Florida, a na-
tive of Live Oak, Florida;
he moved to Inverness,
Florida at age 6 and to
Brandon, Florida at age 12.
He was in wrestling at
Spoto High School and
graduated in 2011. He was
an assistant wrestling coach
at Spoto High School and
worked at Seminole Hard
Rock Casino. He was en-
rolled at the Community
College in order to begin
his career in corporate busi-
ness, even though wrestling
was his passion.
He is survived by his Fa-
ther, Jim (Cris) Aikman;
Mother, Debora Marion
Malone; brother, Robert
Aikman; Sisters, Jessica
and Christina Aikman, and
April Johnson Olive; Pater-
nal Grandmother, Marjorie
Krebs; Maternal Grandpar-
ents, Richard Marion and
Judy Carmichael; Maternal
Grandmother, June Kramer;
Maternal Uncle & Aunt,
Richard and Brenda Fenton
of Tampa; and Maternal
cousins Kyle, Courtney and
Kaylee Fenton of Tampa.
Memorial services were
held at 4 p.m. on Tuesday,
March 11, 2014 at Southern
Funeral Care, 10510
Riverview Drive,
Riverview, Florida. In lieu
of flowers, please make do-
nations to Spoto Boosters
Wrestling, 8825 Causeway
Boulevard, Tampa, Florida
33619.


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William "Bubbie"
Carter Jr.
May 27, 1941 -
March 11, 2014

W illiam "Bubbie"
W Carter, Jr., a na-
tive of Live Oak,
Florida, passed away March
11, 2014, in St Petersburg,
Florida after a brief illness.
He graduated from the Dou-
glas High School in the
class of 1959 where he
played and loved football.
Any conversation with him
usually included football.
After graduation he attend-
ed Voorhees College in
South Carolina.
His wife Ruth M. Carter
and two brothers and two
sisters preceded him in


death. He leaves to cherish
precious memories, two
sons; William (Tony)
Carter, III and Fernando
"Chip" (Lilia) and one
daughter; Charlyn (Dan-
ny), six grandchildren,
three great grandchildren,
eight sisters, two brothers,
and a host of sorrowing rel-
atives and friends.
Funeral services will be
held Saturday, March 22,
2014 at 11:00 a.m. at the
New Hope Missionary
Baptist Church, 2120 19th
Street, South St. Peters-
burg, Florida. Funeral
arrangements by Dallas
and Davis Funeral Home,
5730 15th Avenue, Gulf-
port. Florida.

Cheryl Ann Curry
"Cher" Register
April 30, 1964
March 11, 2014

Sheryl Ann Curry
"Cher" Register, 49
of Live Oak, Fla.
passed away Tuesday,
March 11, 2014 from in-
juries sustained in an auto
accident near Live Oak.
Cher was born April 30,
1964 in Clearwater, Fla.
She graduated from Crystal
River High School, Crystal
River, Fla., class of 1982,
then went to a 30 plus year
career as a Cosmetologist,
most recently at Shear De-
signs in Live Oak.
Cher is survived by her
Mother and Step-father,
Shirlee & Bob Bury of
Rogersville, TN; her Father
& Step-mother, Roy & Jan-
ice Curry of Homosassa,
Fla.; companion: Bruce
'Cog' Skinner, Live Oak,
Fla.; her daughter, Ste-
vie (Kevin) Dasher of Live
Oak; brother, David
Allen (Linda) Curry of Ho-
mosassa, Fla.; two grand-
children, Kensley &
Ryleigh Dasher.
Services for Cher were
conducted Saturday, March
15, 2014 at 4 p.m. at the
Daniels Memorial Chapel
in the Daniels Funeral
Home in Live Oak with
Brother Arnold Avriett offi-
ciating. Visitation was held
from 3 p.m. until service
time before the services.
Please sign the guest
book at www.danielsfuner-
alhome.com
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., Live
Oak & Branford, Fla. in
charge of arrangements.

Alberta Swanner
March 14, 2014

lberta Swanner,
87, Branford, Fla.,
passed away on
Friday, March 14, 2014.
The Glenn St. Mary, Fla.,
native moved to Branford
in 1979 from Oak Hill, Fla.
She was a member of the
Joyful Heart Quilters in
North Gilchrist County and
of Riverside Baptist
Church.
Mrs. Swanner is sur-
vived by her three sons:
John, Jim, Richard; two
grandchildren: Liz and
Sarah. She was preceded in
death by her husband: Jim-
my Swanner.


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Services will be held at
11 a.m. Wednesday, March
19, at Daniels Memorial
Chapel in Branford with
Rev. Howard Folsom offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in Oak Grove Memori-
al Cemetery.
Please sign the guest
book at www.danielsfuner-
alhome.com.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory Inc., Live
Oak and Branford, Fla., in
charge of arrangements.

Edward Mullins
July 15,1941
March 14, 2014

g dward Mullins, age
72, of Live Oak
S passed away Fri-
day, March 14, 2014. He is
survived by his devoted
wife and caregiver of 52
years Susan Davis Mullins,
son Michael Mullins (Terry
Gaw) of Arlington, Vir-
ginia, and daughter Sandra
McDermott (Tom) of Fla-
gler Beach, Florida. Addi-
tional survivors include
granddaughter Abby Bonil-
la and great grandson
Kasen of Pahnlm Coast, Flori-
da; sisters Kitty Bonnell of
Newnan, Georgia and
Charlotte (Norman) Bevan
of Leesburg, Georgia;
mother-in-law Marilyn
Davis of St. Augustine,
Florida; brothers and sis-
ters-in-law Ron and Judy
Davis of Merritt Island,
Florida and Bobbi and
Johnny Hatten of Jackson,
Mississippi. Many nieces
and nephews also survive.
He was predeceased by
his parents W.G. and Ruth
Mullins, and father-in-law
Dr. Joe Davis. He was also
predeceased by a brother
W.G. Mullins, Jr., and sis-
ters Lillian Mullins Green
and Barbara Mullins Kirby.
Edward was born in Live
Oak and was a resident all
but a few years of his life.
He graduated from Suwan-
nee High School, and was a
residential and commercial
builder. He was a passion-
ate outdoorsman, hunter,
fisher, and gardener.
He deeply loved his fam-
ily, lifelong friends, and his
ever-growing relationship
with God.
Services will be held 2
PM, Wednesday March 19,
2014 at Mount Olive Bap-
tist Church with Rev. Wally
Weaver officiating. A pri-
vate burial will be in his
family plot at the Live Oak
Cemetery at a later date.
Friends wishing to
memorialize Edward may
consider Mount Olive Bap-
tist Church, 5314 98th Ter-
race, Live Oak, FL 32060.
Please sign the guest
book at www.harrisfuneral-
homeinc.net.
Harris Funeral Home &
Cremations, Inc. Live Oak,
FL, 386-364-5115 is in
charge of all arrangements.

John Henry "Billy"
Hurst
March 23, 1931 -
March 17, 2014


J


ohn Henry "Bill"
Hurst, age 82, of
Live Oak, FL.


313 N Jefferson St
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2674


www.morgandentalgroup.com


passed away Monday,
March 17, 2014 at Suwan-
nee Health Care Center in
Live Oak. Mr. Hurst was a
native and former resident
of Jasper, FL. born on
March 23, 1931 to the late
Wiley and Geneva Allen
Hurst. He was a retired
school teacher at Hamilton
County High School where
he taught mechanics. Bill
loved listening to and play-
ing gospel and bluegrass
music. He was preceded in
death by his parents and
most recently a sister,
Pauline Hogan.
Survivors include nine
children, Daniel Hurst
(Emily), Carroll Hurst,
John Hurst (Nita), Edward
Hurst, Billy Joe Hurst, Car-
oline Murrah, Patricia Vin-
son (Walt), Diane Langford
and Donna Sue Tharp
(Waylon Smart); one sister,
Dorothy Vanosdol; 19
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren. Bill is also
survived by the mother of
his children Margurette
Hurst.
Funeral services will be
held at 1:00 P.M. Thursday,
March 20, 2014 in the
chapel of Harry T. Reid Fu-
neral Home with Pastor
Ray Shaw officiating. In-
terment will follow at


Union Baptist Church
Cemetery near O'Brien.
The family will receive
friends at the funeral home
on Thursday beginning at
noon.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home, Jasper, FL. is in
charge of arrangements.

James "Walt" Boyd
March 14, 2014

Same "Walt" Boyd,
59, Live Oak, Fl
passed away on Fri-
day, March 14, 2014. He
was a life long resident of
Live Oak and a Veteran of
Peace Time while serving
in the Army. Mr. Boyd is
survived by his wife of 32
years: Alice Faye Boyd,
Live Oak, Fl; father: Wal-
ter Boyd, Live Oak, Fl;
one daughter: Lisa Peters,
Live Oak, Fl; one son:
Michael Jenkins, Live
Oak, Fl; six brothers: Ron-
nie Bridges, Jimmy Boyd,
Martin Boyd, Billy Boyd,
Tracey Boyd Stacey
Boyd all of Live Oak, Fl;
five grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. He is
preceded in death by his
mother, Winnell Boyd.
Grave Side Services will
be held at 4 pm Wednes-
day, March 19 at Mary-


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Viewpoints/Opinions


JEFF WATERS
Editor


Members of the Suwannee Democrat editorial board
are Myra C. Regan, publisher, and Jeff Waters, editor.
The Democrat Says is formed by that board.


Editorial objectives for 2014
1. Revitalize downtown Live Oak.
2. Continue work on Perimeter Road.
3. Continue developing catalyst site.
4. Update our LDRs and comp. plan to better protect
resources and plan for growth.
5. Wise use of tax dollars.





Transparency


must be a top


legislative


priority

By Rep. Perry E. Thurston Jr
Florida House Democratic Leader

Editor's note: March 16-22, 2014 is Sunshine Week to
promote open government.
For four decades, Florida has enjoyed a reputation as a
world leader in open government. The honor is owed
greatly to the fact that our Government-in-the-Sunshine
Law requires meetings of governmental bodies to be
public and our Public Records Law demands that gov-
ernmental records be available for inspection and copy-
ing.
This cherished tradition of openness must continue. It
is responsible for giving journalists and other citizens the
tools to hold government officials accountable and for
bringing a greater public understanding of the policy de-
cisions of local and state leaders.
So this year, it is my hope that the Florida Legislature,
governor, attorney general, and all our executive branch
agencies strive harder to promote and improve the pub-
lic's access to government decision-making.
I happen to believe that transparency is what our state
government is expected to ensure the citizenry. Likewise,
access to records and other information about the gov-
ernment is the public's absolute right. Of course, there
are some legitimate reasons for some exemptions to our
public records requirements, such as the exemptions in-
tended to protect the safety of children and to give cer-
tain necessary protections to law enforcement officials.
But I believe that these exemptions should remain the
exception. In fact, under Florida's Constitution, lawmak-
ers are to provide compelling reasons why otherwise
public information should be cloaked.
Just as important to me, there also are critical steps
that legislative leaders can take this year to bring more
openness to the public. It has to do with bringing out of
the shadows the often-secretive process of crafting
what's arguably the most important annual product of the
Florida Legislature the state budget.
While most local governments spend a better part of
the year crafting in public their spending plans, the Flori-
da Legislature's state budget-writing process is often se-
cretive and is crammed in a tight schedule that doesn't
allow for thoughtful decision-making on Florida's needs
and priorities. Even worse, major budget-writing deci-
sions, such as the setting of allocations for various major
program areas, are typically determined behind-closed-
doors by a very small number of legislators. I believe
these stealthy practices are outdated and inconsistent
with our reputation of operating in the sunshine.
Transparency in the writing of the state budget and all
legislative decisions is a priority that deserves renewed
attention.



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BIBLE VERSE
"May the God of hope fill you with
all joy and peace as you trust in him,
so that you may overflow with hope
by the power of the Holy Spirit."
Romans 15:13 NIV



Suwannr mourrat


Dear editor,

Concerning your Friday article about Rep. Elizabeth
Porter's taking on the Columbia County Economic Di-
rector's job.
First, let me say that my comments have nothing to
do with Republicans or Democrats. I believe that Rep.
Elizabeth Porter is one of the best representatives that
District 10 has ever seen. I have nothing bad to say
about Columbia County, either.
When at first I learned of Rep. Porter's campaigning
for the job as Columbia County's Economic Director,
I was in favor. She would be good in that position. I
thought, however, she would be giving up her State
Representative position in November. I had no idea
that her plan was to keep both positions. Frankly, I'm
surprised that Columbia County's leaders would even
consider this idea.
I appreciate the fact that Rep. Porter was born and
raised in Columbia County and plans to spend the rest
of her life there. She states that she has deep roots in
Columbia County and has a personal interest in Co-
lumbia County. She says that Columbia County should
continue to do well and plans to facilitate that effort.
She says that a vast majority of legislators have full-
time jobs and/or businesses that they occupy in addi-
tion to their service to the people of their district. Yes,
I agree that they do; but, not in a business or job that
is a direct conflict of interest to the people they repre-


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2014 Creators Syndicate
ER WILLIAMS


careful measurements have
compared worker pay (in-
cluding the value of fringe
benefits) with productivity
using a consistent adjustment
for inflation, they move in
tandem. The authors say:
"The claim that ordinary
Americans are stagnating
economically while only 'the
rich' are gaining is also incor-


Many economists, politi-
cians and pundits assert that
median wages have stagnated i
since the 1970s. That's a call IV
for government to do some-
thing about it. But before we
look at the error in their as-
sertion, let's work through an
example that might shed a bit
of light on the issue.
Suppose that you paid me a BY WALT]
straight $20 an hour in 2004.
Ten years later, I'm still earning $20 an hour, but in ad-
dition, now I'm receiving job perks such as health in-
surance, an employer-matched 401(k) plan, paid holi-
days and vacation, etc. Would it be correct to say that
my wages have stagnated and I'm no better off a
decade later? I'm guessing that the average person
would say, "No, Williams, your wages haven't stagnat-
ed. You forgot to include your non-monetary wages."
My colleagues Donald Boudreaux and Liya Pala-
gashvili discuss some of this in their recent Wall Street
Journal op-ed, "The Myth of the Great Wages 'Decou-
pling'" (http://tinyurl.com/oq7z4a3).
They start out saying: "Many pundits, politicians
and economists claim that wages have fallen behind
productivity gains over the last generation.... This sto-
ry, though, is built on an illusion. There is no great de-
coupling of worker pay from productivity. Nor have
workers' incomes stagnated over the past four
decades." There are two routinely made mistakes
when wages are compared over time. "First, the value
of fringe benefits -- such as health insurance and pen-
sion contributions -- is often excluded from calcula-
tions of worker pay. Because fringe benefits today
make up a larger share of the typical employee's pay
than they did 40 years ago (about 19 percent today
compared with 10 percent back then), excluding them
fosters the illusion that the workers' slice of the (big-
ger) pie is shrinking."
The second comparison problem is a bit technical,
when the consumer price index is used to adjust work-
ers' pay for inflation while a different measure (the
gross domestic product deflator) is used to adjust the
value of the nation's economic output for inflation.
Harvard University's Martin Feldstein noted in a Na-
tional Bureau of Economic Research paper in 2008
that it is misleading to use different deflators.
Boudreaux and Palagashvili point out that when more


sent. How can Rep. Porter expect to direct industry
and commerce to Columbia County's region and to
their catalyst site, solicit and request grant money for
Columbia County, but still support Suwannee, Hamil-
ton, Baker and Alachua counties at the same time?
Columbia County's leaders and citizens will expect
to have a strong, productive, full-time economic direc-
tor and will pay for that service. Rep. Porter, please ex-
plain to your constituents how you can do two full-
time jobs, and all the while give 100 percent of your
efforts to two masters.
No, I'm sorry, but in my opinion, this Columbia
County Economic Director position is nothing but a
colossal conflict of interest with the job of State Rep-
resentative for District 10. If the Florida House of Rep-
resentatives gave her the nod to campaign for Colum-
bia County Economic Director and remain as District
10 Representative, then they are wrong.
Our Suwannee County Board of Commissioners and
the Boards of the other counties affected should let
Rep. Porter know that she will not have their future
support just as we will not have hers.
If Rep. Porter is granted the Economic Director job
for which I believe her to be a shoo-in, then we need
to be looking for a new Representative in November to
represent all of District 10, not just Columbia County.


Wendell Snowden
Wellborn


rect. true enough, member-
ship in the middle class seems to be declining -- but
this is because more American households are moving
up."
Many economists and other social scientists deter-
mine well-being by looking at income brackets instead
of people. When one looks at people, he finds consid-
erable income mobility. According to a report by the
Department of the Treasury titled "Income Mobility in
the U.S. from 1996 to 2005," there was considerable
income mobility of individuals in the U.S. economy
during that period (http://tinyurl.com15sv8799). Using
Internal Revenue Service tax return data, the report
says that more than half of taxpayers moved to a dif-
ferent income quintile over this period. More than half
of those in the bottom income quintile in 1996 had
moved to a higher income group by 2005. The mobil-
ity also goes in the opposite direction. Of the highest
income earners in 1996 -- the top one-hundredth of 1
percent -- only 25 percent remained in this group in
2005. The percentage increase in the median incomes
of those in the lower income groups, between 1996
and 2005, increased more than the median incomes of
those initially in the higher income groups.
Boudreaux and Palagashvili conclude that "middle-
class stagnation and the decouplingg' of pay and pro-
ductivity are illusions. Yes, the U.S. economy is in the
doldrums, thanks to a variety of factors, most signifi-
cantly the effect of growth-deadening government
policies like ObamaCare and the Dodd-Frank Act. But
by any sensible measure, most Americans are today
better paid and more prosperous than in the past."

Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at
G .. ..- Mason University. Tofind out more about Wal-
ter E. Williams and read features by other Creators
Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators
Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.


OPINION


Is there wage stagnation?


MYRA C. REGAN
Publisher


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Financial

Aid night

atBHS

March 25
Branford High School
will be hosting a Financial
Aid night on Tuesday,
March 25 at 6 p.m. for
anyone in the area (high
school juniors and seniors
especially). There will be
representatives from the
NFCC financial aid office
as well as from the finan-
cial aid office at the Flori-
da Department of Educa-
tion. They will be deliver-
ing an informational ses-
sion about financial aid in
general as well as assist-
ing students and parents
in completing the FAFSA.
Computers will be avail-
able for you to complete
your FAFSA during the
meeting.
To complete the FAF-
SA, you need to bring as
much of the following in-
formation as possible:
1. Your Social Security
number and your parent's
Social Security numberss.
2. Your parent's dates of
birth.
3. Your driver's license,
DMV identification card
or alien registration card.
4. 2013 federal tax in-
formation or tax returns.
5. 2013 W-2 forms for
self and parentss.
6. Records of untaxed
income (Social Security,
welfare and veterans ben-
efits).
7. Information about
savings, investments and
assets for you and your
parents.
They can help you get
started with your FAFSA
even if you do not have
all the required docu-
ments.

ELECTION 2014

Pridgeon
announces
intent to
seek office
I, Thomas E. (Boogie)
Pridgeon Jr., announce my
intention to seek the office
of county commissioner
for District 2, Lafayette
County. I plan to qualify at
the appropriate time.


Branford
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Club meets
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Club meets on the 3rd
Thursday of each month,
with an occasional excep-
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INDEX


1ST PLACE TEAM
Rotary Club of Branford Annual Golf Tournament 1st place winning team: Brad David, Jeffrey Barnes and Larry McClamma.



Rotary Club of Branford


Annual Golf Tournament


Submitted
The Rotary Club of Branford Held its annual
golf tournament on Saturday, March 1, 2014, at
the Quail Heights Country Club in Lake City.
The three man team scramble got a shotgun
start at 8 a.m. A good time was had by all and af-
ter the tournament, all players were treated to a
lunch in the club house.
First place team and winners of $100 each con-
sisted of Jeffrey Barnes, Brad David and Larry
McClamma. Second place team and winners of
$75 each were Kevin Roberts, Travis Arnold and
Brett Suggs. The third place team and winners of
$50 each were John Martz, Brent Lothern and
Tucker Lemley.
A shoot out was held after the tournament with
the winner Brett Suggs and he collected $160.
The Rotary Club of Branford uses the monies
raised from this event to fund their various pro-
jects throughout the year and for their scholarship
program.
The Club wishes to thank all the hole sponsors
and the players that came out to support this
event.
The hole sponsors for the event are as follows:
Anderson Columbia Co. Inc., Barnes Pinestraw,
Branford Dental, C. D. T. Tire, Capital City Bank,
Crop Production Services, Cooper Chiropractic,
Custom Pinestraw, Daniels Funeral Home, DJ's
Bargain Barn, First South Insurance, Freeman
Plumbing, Hair Graphics, Hudson Pinestraw, J&J
Gas, John Kasak State Farm Ins., John Lacquey
Pinestraw, Jordan Agency, Kelly's Auto Supply-
Napa, Lafayette State Bank, Koon's Computer
Services, Live Oak Pest Control, Lyons Site Con-
struction, Mayo Fertilizer, McDonald's of Bran-
ford, McDuffie's Sporting Goods, North Florida
Pharmacy, North Florida Truck Parts, N & W Dry
Cleaners, Old Man Vincent Pinestraw, Palms
Medical, Poole Realty, Publix, Robert's Diesel,
Rountree Moore, Rudy's Auto Service, Scaff's
Market, Jerry Scarborough, Sikes Enviroseal In-
sulation, Southern Helicopter, Subway of Bran-
ford, Sunbelt Honda, Suwannee American Ce-
ment, Suwannee County Elected Officials,
Suwannee Healthcare Center. Suwannee Oaks
Animal Clinic, Suwannee Valley Electric
Coop.,The Storage Place, Three Rivers
Medical,Tom Nehl Trucking, Tri-County Recy-
cling, Wet Farms, Windstream, Goodyear Com-
mercial Tire.


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Legal Notices .........4B
Obituaries ............ 5A


Sports .........
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2ND PLACE TEAM
Rotary Club of Branford Annual Golf Tournament 2nd place winning team: Brett
Suggs, Kevin Roberts and Travis Arnold.


3RD PLACE TEAM
Rotary Club of Branford Annual Golf Tournament 3rd place winning team: Tuck-
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ting among moss-covered
trees, the famous Suwan-
nee River, bike trail, golf
cart rental and Store of the
Village where you will find
all your camping needs,
Crafts Village with mouth-
watering homemade ice
cream and other delicious
food, a pool for the use of
overnight guests, world's
largest bat house where you
may watch the nightly flight
of millions of bats from the
bat house to feed, a honey-
bee exhibition, Music Hall
where dancing is encour-
aged and where the SOS
Cafd and Restaurant serves
Saturday morning breakfast
buffet, delicious food all
day and evenings with a
full-service bar. There's also
lots of outdoor space next to
the Music Hall in a privacy-
fenced area with seating.
Come enjoy nature and the
beautiful outdoors at the
SOSMP.
The Spirit of the Suwan-


nee Music Park is located at
3076 95th Drive, Live Oak.
If you would like more in-
formation about the
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The full line-up
The Avett Brothers, Del
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whole process," Yeago
said.
For the past four to six
weeks, she and Williams
have been meeting with lo-
cal officials and citizens,
talking about the different
components of a success-
ful farmers market.
"The biggest thing is
that a farmers market is a
reflection of its communi-
ty," Yeago said. "How do
we feed our farms, how do
we feed our community,
and how do we feed the
economy? Farmers markets
have proven themselves
throughout the country now
to be economic drivers. The
amount a person spends at a
farmers market regenerates
into the community."
Yeago said each farmers
market is specialized to
meet the needs of the com-
munity.
"A farmers market in
Live Oak is going to be
what the people want it to
be. It's not going to be what
the city of Gainesville
wants, or now what Madi-
son or Perry wants. It's
what you want," Yeago
said.
According to Yeago, the
Live Oak CRA posted a
question on its Facebook
wall asking followers if
they wanted a farmers mar-
ket in their community,
which resulted in over 200
responses of people saying
they did.
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key contributor to its fall.
"Live Oak has never real-
ly had a good market that
had a good reputation,"
Yeago said. "Years ago, I
would hear stories from
farmers who would com-
plain about the market here,
that they wouldn't let them
in or gave them a bad spot.
They weren't cooperative
with other farmers."
With the city in charge of
the efforts, Yeago said farms
will have fair treatment.
"Because the city has tak-
en the lead, you're going to
have a real shot at a democ-
ratic process, and something
that is going to be fair and
equitable to all of the com-
munity," she said.
Jim DeWulf, a local
farmer of 10 years, said he
has tried to sell vegetables
in every farmers market in
Live Oak since he started
farming but has not had suc-


cess.
DeWulf said there have
been several times where
he's attended an event and
didn't sell anything.
"What I have done is I
have found a market that I
deliver to in Tallahassee that
takes my product. It's avail-
able to you, but nobody in
this town seems to want it.
They don't even want to dri-
ve out to my farm to get it.
We have grapes, blueber-
ries, cucumbers, tomatoes,
peppers. If you want good
fresh-picked produce, we
have it," he said.
DeWulf added if there
was a demand, he could
grow produce year-round.
CRA Chairman Keith
Mixon said he believes the
CRA is ready to move for-
ward with the project.
"Markets which are struc-
turally organized, funded
and managed are success-
ful," Mixon said. "I think


that may be one of the foun-
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look at. It has to become an
organized market, one that
has structure, and I think the
CRA is committed to realiz-
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do some funding and part of
that is probably going to be
marketing."
In an effort to help pro-
mote the farmers market,
Williams said the Suwannee
Valley Transit Authority has
agreed to route buses from
Branford and Lake City and
to other destination points to
pick people up and bring
them to the farmers market
in Live Oak.
As the end of the meeting,
Williams asked each person
in attendance to use four
stickers and place them by
an item listed they're most
concerned or passionate
about. The board will then
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mation officer. "However,
Mr. Prins could choose to
try to reach a settlement
agreement with the Com-
mission Advocate, in lieu
of further proceedings."
Stillman said if Prins is
found in violation, a range
of penalties found in sec-
tion 112.317 of the Florida
Statutes can be applied.
"The most common
penalty recommended by
the Commission is a civil
penalty of up to $10,000,"
Stillman said.

The complaint
On July 19, 2013, the
Commission on Ethics re-
ceived a complaint from
Live Oak Mayor Sonny
Nobles against Prins, citing
he has "been out of control
the three years he has
served in that position."
"Due to his actions, city
government in general is in
disarray and in turmoil,"
Nobles said. "Mr. Prins'
obsession with power and
control has clouded his ra-
tional being. He is con-
sumed with the desire for
power and control."
In the complaint, Nobles
said Prins' interference
with city government had
escalated to a point he
called a meeting with the
city's department heads, at
their request he said, to dis-
cuss the matter.
The complaint, which
contained multiple allega-
tions, resulted in an inves-
tigation by the Commis-
sion on Ethics.

Probable cause found
in allegation three
According to the COE,
probable cause was found
to believe that Prins mis-
used his position as a coun-
cil member to direct the
Live Oak fire chief to help
at Prins' sister's home dur-
ing the flooding of Tropical
Storm Debby.
On June 26, 2012, dur-
ing TS Debby, Live Oak
Fire Chief Chad Croft and
Prins were present in the
emergency operations cen-
ter located at the Live Oak
Fire Department. Croft ad-
vised that Prins directed
him to transport him to the
Tara Trace subdivision in a
city-owned fire department
vehicle. Croft recalled
Prins telling him that
flooding was reported at
the apartment complex.
Croft advised that upon
their arrival, Prins directed
him into a particular apart-
ment where he was then di-
rected to assist with mov-
ing boxes for approximate-
ly 20 minutes. After Croft
stopped due to shoulder
pain, Prins informed him
that they were in an apart-
ment belonging to Deborah
Prins, Adam Prins' sister.
With this discovery,
Croft reportedly advised
that he immediately left the
apartment and returned to


the fire department to con-
tinue his participation in the
city's response to the storm.
Croft said that he did not
provide assistance to any
other Tara Trace residents or
provide any other emer-
gency services while acting
under Prins' direction.
Prins said on that day, he
received a call from his
mother informing him of
the flooding at Tara Trace
and requesting that he help
his sister. After informing
Croft of the situation, Prins
contends that Croft offered
to drive his city-owned ve-
hicle. Prins acknowledged
that he and Croft moved
about seven boxes from a
storage area within the
home to tables or counter-
tops. Prins contends that
due to the nature of the
flooding, moving the boxes
was appropriate and neces-
sary. Prins stated that
"they" knocked" on the
doors of other residents at
Tara Trace to "warn of the
imminent flooding. How-
ever, (Prins) acknowledged
that he did not move boxes
or similar items for ... any
other residents."
Melody Hadley, advo-
cate for the Florida Com-
mission on Ethics, stated
there is sufficient evidence
to show that Prins did use
his position to direct Croft
to use city resources for
his and his sister's private
benefit.
"(Prins') actions were
inconsistent with the prop-
er performance of his pu-
bic duties," state Hadley,
who recommended that
the Commission find
probable cause to believe
Prins violated Section
112.313(6), Florida
Statutes.

No probable cause found
Allegation one This
allegation states that Prins
used his position to inter-
fere and/or attempt to in-
terfere with the duties of a
Live Oak code enforce-
ment officer.
According to reports, it
was alleged Prins inter-
fered with the officer on at
least four occasions be-
tween Sept. 2011 and
March 2012. It was con-
tended that Prins' interfer-
ence "was an attempt to
garner favor with con-
stituents for future elec-
tions."
Decision: There is no
probable cause to believe
that Prins violated Section
112.313(6), Florida
Statutes, by using his posi-
tion to interfere and/or at-
tempt to interfere with the
duties of the Live Oak
Code Enforcement Offi-
cer.

Allegation two On
Nov. 2, 2012, Prins report-
edly went to the Live Oak
City Clerk's office to pur-
chase a business tax li-
cense for his business,
Il.iI1iiiii- by Prins." Prior


to the date, Prins paid $75
for a pressure washing
business license. An assis-
tant informed Prins the li-
cense would be $157. Prins
did not proceed to pay. The
city clerk later advised the
assistant that he allowed
Prins to purchase it at $75
since that's what he in-
formed Prins it would be,
failing to see a new com-
ponent, painting services,
which requires a higher
price.
Decision: There is no
probable cause to believe
that Prins violated Section
112.313(6), Florida
Statutes, by using his posi-
tion to pay a lower busi-
ness tax license fee for his
personal business.

Allegation four: Prins
also serves on the Live
Oak Community Redevel-
opment Agency board of
directors. CRA records
show that Prins served as a
painting contractor on four
projects that received CRA
grant funding under the fa-
cade program between De-
cember 2012 and January
2013. The Live Oak plan-
ning director advised the
CRA board has no role in
review, selection, or ap-
proval of individual grant
applications or projects.
He further advised that the
approval of individual pro-
jects and the payments for
those projects lies in the
hands of the CRA's direc-
tor.
Prins had no role in the
review or approval of the
questioned applications.
Decision: There is no
probable cause to believe
that Prins violated Section
112.313(3), Florida
Statutes, by doing business
with the City of Live Oak.

Allegation five The
underlying facts and cir-
cumstances in this allega-
tion are contained in alle-
gation four. Prins was a
public officer who was em-
ployed by or in a contrac-
tual relationship with a
business entity that was
doing business with his
agency, the CRA.
Decision: There is no
probable cause to believe
that Prins violated Section
112.313(7)(a), Florida
Statutes, by having con-
flicting employment or a
contractual relationship.

Allegation six The un-
derlying facts and circum-
stances in this allegation
are contained in allegation


four. The CRA director ad-
vised the first documents
that the parties submitted
towards the program were
the applications. By that
time, they had already cho-
sen Prins as a painting con-
tractor and were not re-
quired to submit proposals
or similar documents that
would have put Prins or
any other painting contrac-
tor on notice of an intent to
seek painting services.
Decision: There is no
probable cause to believe
that Prins violated Section
112.313(8), Florida
Statutes, by using informa-
tion obtained due to his po-
sition for a personal gain
or benefit.

Allegation seven The
underlying facts and cir-
cumstances in this allega-
tion are contained in alle-
gations four and six. It was
alleged Prins used his posi-
tion to benefit his personal
business.
Decision: There is no
probable cause to believe
that Prins violated Section
112.313(6), Florida
Statutes, by using his posi-
tion to benefit his personal
business.

Allegation eight The
underlying facts and cir-
cumstances in this allega-
tion are contained in alle-
gation four. Prins did not
participate in a vote to ap-
prove applications for the
CRA grant program for the
individuals Prins had a
contractual agreement
with.
Decision: There is no
probable cause to believe
that Prins violated Section
112.3143(3), Florida
Statutes, by voting on mat-
ters which inured to his or
his principal's special pri-
vate gain.

Allegation nine The
underlying facts and cir-
cumstances in this allega-
tion are contained in alle-
gation four and eight.
Prins' position on the CRA
board can be considered an
appointed position. Florida
Statutes states that when a
governing body adopts a
resolution declaring the
need for a CRA, the body
shall, by ordinance, ap-
point a board of commis-
sioners of the CRA. How-
ever, as previously men-
tioned, Prins did not partic-
ipate in an action for his or
his principal's special pri-
vate gain.
Decision: There is no


probable cause to believe
that Prins violated Section
112.3143(4), Florida
Statutes, by participating
and/or voting on an issue
that inured to his or his
principal's special private
gain.

The response
Prins said he is innocent
of all allegations and re-
futes the mayor's argu-
ments.
"The complaint the
Mayor filed against me
with the Ethics Commis-
sion was motivated purely
by politics, not a concern
over my ethics. Anyone
who reads the original
complaint he filed is left
with a clear picture of an
angry politician, against
whom I have provided op-
position since our cam-
paign in 2010, writing
anything that came to his
mind hoping that some-
thing he could write would
be good enough to cause
me some personal grief,"
Prins wrote by email. "The
complaint is difficult to
piece together as you read
it. If the complaints were
legitimate and the evi-
dence clear, then it should
have been much easier for
a retired educator to articu-
late his thoughts. Conse-
quently, eight of the nine
charges against me have al-
ready been thrown out. The


charge the Ethics Commis-
sion sent through to the
next level is still an active
matter on which I will not
elaborate other than to say
that I am 100 percent inno-
cent of the charge. I anx-
iously await my day in
court to clear my name
completely."
Nobles said he did not
want to file ethics com-
plaints, however, he be-
lieved it was something
that needed to be done.
"I did not take pleasure
in filing ethics charges
against Mr. Prins. I am not
a vindictive, hateful or
mean person but something
had to happen at City Hall.
The city was in disarray
and on the verge of a com-
plete meltdown," Nobles
said. "The city had gotten
to be a hostile and unpleas-
ant workplace and the citi-
zens were the ones suffer-
ing. Some were of the opin-
ion they could do and say
whatever they wanted
without impunity. It was
never my intention to have
Mr. Prins punished. There
were irregularities in some
of the things going on and
the Ethics Commission was
the proper place to have
these irregularities ad-
dressed and investigated.
Things have gotten better
in the city since the investi-
gation. That was my de-
sire."


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SCSO stated.
Mosely then reportedly
returned the handgun to his
vehicle. When law en-
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cer. Micah took part
in the half marathon
and Matthew was
part of a relay team
of Dowling Park resi-
dents. Micah placed
27th out of 3,616 par-
ticipants, averaging a
7:10 mile. He came
in 4th in his divi-
sion-men ages
3-19-out of 114
participants. Good
job, Micah and
Matthew!


Hilliard's.


Loyal employees honored


for years of service


Twice a year, Advent
Christian Village recog-
nizes staff members
who have passed mile-
stones in the length of
their service to ACV.
Beginning at the five-
year mark and continu-
ing in five-year incre-
ments, employees are
honored at a luncheon
and are given certifi-
cates for family mem-
bers and friends to join
them. Co-workers and
Village members are
also encouraged to at-
tend to show their sup-
port and appreciation.
Following the meal, a
slideshow displays pic-
tures of each honoree as
the Vice Presidents in-


troduce the employees
being recognized from
their departments,
telling a little about each
person and the strengths
they bring to their jobs.
Each employee is pre-
sented a certificate and a
gift.
The most recent Em-
ployee Service Award
Presentation took place
Feb. 19, with 27 staff
members being recog-
nized for five to 30
years of service to ACV.
The combined length of
service between them is
an amazing 275 years.
Three employees-
Jeannette Chambers, In-
formation Center Super-
visor; Karen Thomas,


Director of Residency
Services; and Ann
Toole, Director of Nurs-
ing/Informatics Ser-
vices-were given spe-
cial honor as 30-year
employees.
Those attending the
luncheon were enter-
tained with photos of the
three ladies taken
through their years of
service-many of which
were humorous in na-
ture-while Village
President Craig Carter
spoke about their dedi-
cation through the years.
In a culture where the
average length of stay at
a job is 3 to 5 years, it is
remarkable that so
many are able to cele-


brate these milestones
semi-annually at ACV.
In fact, over 230 current
Village employees have
worked for ACV for
five years or more; that
is roughly 48 percent of
the total staff. One
might expect only ad-
ministrators to remain
in their jobs for many
years, but there was a
wide variety of job titles
represented among the
honorees, from
groundskeeper to pastor
to medical clerk.
Advent Christian Vil-
lage truly appreciates
these faithful employees
and their dedication to
its members and its min-
istry.


Karen Thomas, Ann Toole and Jeannette Chambers (left to right) were honored as 30-year
employees of Advent Christian Village last month. A lot has changed at the Village since
they were hired, but one thing remains the same: ACV is a great place to work.


CurrentJOBS Line Advertisement
call 386-658-5627 or visit www.acvillage.net
24hrs/day, 7days/week
1. PT housekeeper/custodian. May include commercial, institutional, or residential cleaning services,
may include weekends / evenings. Must be dependable, courteous, and interact well with others.
Valid FL driver's license required. Prior experience in carpet care / carpet extracting may be
required. Work may include outdoor setting.
2. PT LPN in LTC setting; must have valid unrestricted FL LPN, prior experience in LTC setting a plus; 12-hr
shifts available; must be available for 4-week precepting & onsite training & agree to fulfill as-needed
shift schedule after training.
3. PT painter for renovation project; Must be skilled in interior finish painting, including preparing various
wall surfaces, mixing and applying paint with various applicators, and finishing / clean up; Must be
professional, reliable, and pass AHCA criminal history verification
4. PT laundry worker, institutional setting; hours may include weekends / evenings. Must be dependable
and work well with others. Careful attention to proper care of wide variety of fabrics and colors
required. Prior experience preferred but not required.
5. PT laborer, for residential / commercial construction; experience preferred; attention to safe work
practices required; must be professional, reliable, and pass AHCA criminal history verification
requirements; valid FL DL required.
6. PT food service staff in various settings including quick service, institutional, and cafeteria. Prior
experience in institutional or cafeteria food service a plus. Must be dependable for flexible work
schedules. Safe food handling certification required & available after hire.
7. PT / FT CNA direct care staff. Valid FL CNA certificate required; long-term care experience and
knowledge of Florida LTC regulations preferred.
8. PT home health aide, CNA certificate required; prior home health experience a plus; PCT or home
health aide training / certificate strongly desired.
9. PT AIR accounting clerk, HSD or equivalent required; AA degree or certificate in accounting, medical
billing, or relevant field desired. Prior experience in insurance billing and ICD-9 coding, accounting,
PC operation with MS applications, including word processor, spreadsheet, and database required.
Must be detailed oriented.
10. FT chief program officer to assist the CEO and other executive leadership in long-term and short-term
direction to support a Christ-centered mission and established organizational objectives, lead
programs & services in independent and assisted living, skilled healthcare, and supportive social
services, and oversee other senior and mid-level mgmt in developing, implementing, and managing
innovative programs and services and supporting current practices and policy. At least a bachelor's
degree in a field of business or human services is required, and 10 or more years of proven
experience in program development, successful leadership, and compassionate service will be
needed.
Competitive salary & benefits; onsite daycare &fitness facilities available; service-oriented Christian organization
Vacancies subject to change; call (386) 658-5627 or visit http://iwww.acvillage.net for current updates
Generous Benefits for Full-time Positions include:
Holidays, vacations, and sick time Retirement
Health, dental, and life insurance Onsite day care & fitness facilities
A chance to join a service-oriented Christian organization
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ADVENT CHRImST IANVILIAGE

SAT DOWLING PARK

Community


By Ann Thompson,
Vice President for
Member Services
I recently received a
phone call from a childhood
friend asking for advice
concerning her mother. I
have received calls such as
this for many years-in part
because I have worked in
the field of aging services
for 40-plus years. While I
do not have all the answers,
I welcome the chance to
help because these are com-
mon experiences we share
as our loved ones age, and
as we ourselves grow older.
When I was an expectant
mother, I read all the books
I could find on caring for a
baby, raising a toddler, and
on through teenage years.
But have we prepared our-
selves as well to be the
adult children of aging par-
ents? Today, there is much
reliable information avail-
able online as well as orga-
nizations that specialize in
serving families of older
persons with which families
should become familiar.
With the recent arrival of
my own Medicare card I
asked myself, "How am I
preparing for my own ag-
ing?" I have had some con-
versations with my children
about my wishes and per-
sonal information. As time
progresses, there will be
new items to add to the dis-
cussion. One of my sons
asked me to make a list of
things I would want them to
keep and to write a short
description of each item
and its significance.
It's important-and
kind-for aging individuals
to make the process of car-
ing for them and dealing
with their estate after they
have passed as easy as pos-
sible on their loved ones. I
am developing a notebook
for each of my children that
covers all the things I have
found in my experience that
need to be discussed (listed
below). I am including
copies of legal documents,
insurance information,
banking information, and
many other items that may
prove helpful in the future.
In today's electronic world,
information about online
bill paying, automatic
drafts and access codes to
secure websites could be in-
valuable in case of family
illness or death.
How do you begin? Start
with a family talk. The talk
needs to be at a time that al-


Charity scams

our animals, to feeding or- the donation you made tion.
se- phans in Africa, to lobby- was to a bonafide charity chari
about ing Congress about Social and if the money actually keep
nt to Security. A common ploy got to the cause that was the m
I1 for is to take a current news presented. Soi
fortu- event such as a natural How to Avoid It peop]
rimi- disaster and claim to be The best thing you can annual
truis- collecting for that cause, do before you give to any plan.


ather
rhese
make
giving
he re-
oney


ch
hone
-d in
Sdo-
thing
fabled
jured


The Presentation
The presentation is
quite simple: the mailer
or caller describes the
charity or cause in vivid
detail, making it seem
worthy. The pitch may
play on your feelings of
guilt over the crisis or
your desire to help others.

The Result
It is often difficult to
determine after the fact if


charity is to research
whether the charity is true
and to find out how much
of the money you give
goes to the charitable pur-
pose versus how much
goes to the cost of
fundraising. You can do
this by asking the charity
when they call or by con-
tacting the Secretary of
State's office and asking
for the registration num-
ber and financial reports
for the charity in ques-


after
thoro
plan,
much
will
then
you,"
ties
the t
This
giver
their
to av
by a
peal.


lows for unhurried and non-
threatening conversation.
Prior to having the conver-
sation, the family might
outline for each other the
areas they are each interest-
ed in addressing. Based on
our personal experiences,
beliefs, resources, interests
and support system, we are
all unique individuals and
each family plan will be
unique.
The following is infor-
mation adult children need
to learn from their aging
parent during "the talk":
Legal: Has a will or trust
been set-up? Has a Durable
Power of Attorney been es-
tablished? Where are these
documents?
Medical: Have a Living
Will and Health Care Sur-
rogate been established?
Medical care: Who are
the health care providers?
Where are they located and
how are they contacted?
What health conditions are
being treated? What is the
history of previous illnesses
and surgeries? What med-
ications are being taken and
what regular follow-ups are
required?
Medical insurance: What
health insurance company
is used, what are the policy
numbers and contact infor-
mation? What is the cover-
age for in-patient, out-pa-
tient, in-home care, medica-
tions and pharmacy?
Homeowners/rental, ve-
hicle, umbrella, life and ac-
cident insurances: What
coverage companies are be-
ing used, what are the poli-
cy numbers, where are the
policies located, and when
are the renewal and pay-
ment periods?
Living arrangements: Is
the home appropriate for
aging in place? Is there con-
sideration for staying in the
home with modifications
for accessibility and/or in-
home care should the need
arise? What are the prefer-
ences about relocating or
downsizing? What about
moving to a retirement
community or locating
closer to other family?
Financial resources: Is
there a review of assets and
income? Where are ac-
counts, property records,
etc. located? Who would
become responsible if the
aging individual is unable
to handle their own affairs?
Does the family member
who would be asked to take
responsibility know what


Some "legitimate"
table fundraisers
over 80 percent of
Loney they raise.
ne charity-minded
4e develop their own
al charity-giving
They select charities
investigating them
ughly. As part of the
they decide how
Sand to whom they
give each year and
say, "No, thank
when other chari-
call or write during
balance of the year.
strategy allows the
s to know where
money is going and
oid being drawn in
phony emotional ap-


'The Talk


Ann Thompson


the resources are and how
to access them? Do bank
accounts have joint signato-
ry to make the transition
smooth? Do life insurance
policies, retirement funds
and other assets have cur-
rent beneficiary informa-
tion on file? Is there long
term care insurance? What
does it cover? Should an
application be made to pur-
chase long term care insur-
ance?
Final arrangements: Pref-
erences about burial, cre-
mation and funeral services
should be discussed. Are
their prepaid arrangements
in place? If so, where are
the documents? Does the
individual want to prepare
their own obituary and/or
plan their funeral service?
If so, where is that informa-
tion kept?
Personal preferences: Is
there personal property not
listed in the will that should
go to a specific person?
Who gets grandma's
cameo, her cat, the family
Bible, etc.? If there is a
question concerning the dri-
ving ability of the individ-
ual, who should talk to the
driver?
The list above is long,
and not all of the items will
apply to each family. More-
over, the list may be too
long to address all at one
time. But over time, and
with some direction, a lot
could be accomplished that
would be of great benefit to
all involved.
Unfortunately, reaching
the end of the list does not


conclude the process of in-
formation gathering. As
time marches on, many
government programs and
benefits change. What you
might find out today about
Medicaid and Medicare
coverage for nursing home
care, for example, may not
be the same as when your
grandmother benefited
from such services even
just a few years ago. The
coverage in place when we
need such services will very
likely be even more differ-
ent.
A good practice is to keep
this information updated.
My friend writes a letter to
her only child at the end of
each year; alerting her
daughter to information that
has changed and any
changes she wants her to be
aware of in her personal
preferences and beliefs.
Remember that one of
the best final gifts we can
give our family and/or
friends is the gift of good
preparation and communi-
cation. Such a gift helps to
relieve stress and guilt at
difficult times.
About the author: Ann
Thompson is Vice President
for Member Services at Ad-
vent Christian Village, a
post she has held since
2009. In this capacity, she is
responsible for all programs
and services for ACV's
members, including Social
Services. Prior to her tenure
at ACV, she spent 20 years
as Administrator at Cathe-
dral Residences in Jack-
sonville, Fla.


Many people in
country, especially
niors, care deeply
others, and they wa
do something gooc
those who are less f
nate. Unbelievably, c
nals will use these alt
tic feelings to fea
their own nests. TI
con criminals will n
you think you are g
to a good cause but thi
sult is that the m
goes to them.

The Opening Pite
The mail and p
calls are often use
many scams seeking
nations for every
from helping disa
veterans, to aiding in


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NFCC's new bridge program offers accelerated track


for LPNs to complete Associate Degree in Nursing


Deadline to apply is April 1


MADISON, FL -North
Florida Community Col-
lege's Allied Health De-
partment is accepting
student applications for
its new LPN to RN
Bridge program. The
program is a one-
year/three-term acceler-
ated bridge program
leading to an Associate
Degree in Nursing
(A.D.N.) for individuals
holding a current certifi-


cate and licensure as a Li-
censed Practical Nurse.
"We are very excited to
offer area LPNs a new
avenue for career ad-
vancement," said Julie
Townsend, Director of
Allied Health Programs
at NFCC.
Classes are set to begin
May 12 (Summer Term
2014); deadline to apply
is Tuesday, April 1. Ac-
cording to NFCC Allied


Health Advisor Debbie
Bass, potential students
should contact NFCC
now to begin the applica-
tion process for summer
classes or to prepare to
enter the program at a
later date. Those interest-
ed in applying or seeking
more information should
contact Debbie Bass in
the NFCC Career and
Technical Education
Center (Bldg. 13) at (850)
973-1662 or
bassd@nfcc.edu.


Potential students
looking to begin Summer
2014 must already hold a
current degree and licen-
sure as an LPN and have
completed prerequisite
coursework by the end of
NFCC's Spring Term
2014. Prerequisites cours-
es include Freshman
English I, Anatomy &
Physiology I, Anatomy &
Physiology II, Statistics,
Microbiology, General
Psychology, a Humani-
ties Philosophy or Reli-


gion course and ap-
proved IV Therapy
Course; a total of 24 cred-
it hours.
Successful completion
of the LPN to RN Bridge
program prepares gradu-
ates to take the National
Licensure Examination
for Registered Nurses
(NCLEX-RN). Achieve-
ment of a passing score
on this exam and licen-
sure by the Florida State
Board of Nursing enables
the graduate to seek em-


ployment as a Registered
Nurse in the state of
Florida.
Student applications
will be accepted through
Tuesday, April 1 for
classes beginning May 12
(Summer Term 2014). For
more information, con-
tact NFCC Allied Health
Advisor Debbie Bass in
the NFCC Career and
Technical Education
Center (Bldg. 13) at (850)
973-1662 or
bassd@nfcc.edu.


Wood Carvers of

Columbia County

at the Live Oak

Library March 27
The Wood Carvers of Columbia County will be
demonstrating the age old craft of wood carving at the
Live Oak Public Library on March 27, at 6 p.m.
A display of some of the club's wood carvings will
be at the library beginning on Monday, March 3. Oth-
er wood carvings will be displayed the night of the
event.
The Columbia County Wood Carvers Club was
formed in 1987 and continues to meet every Monday
at 1 p.m. at the Columbia County Lifestyle Enrichment
Center in Lake City.
Over the years, the club members have participated
in many local activities, including the Olustee parade
and the North Florida Art League. The club members
have set up displays at the Lake City Mall and have
given wood carving demonstrations to various groups.
Their carvings have been entered into shows at the
Gateway College Levy Center and the West Library in
Lake City. Several members have received awards for
their carved pieces at these events. Currently, the club
project is to carve wooden canes for local disabled vet-
erans. The canes' patriotic look has an eagle head han-
dle and are decorated with individual information
about the veteran.
If you are interested in learning more about wood
carving, please attend the demonstration at the Live
Oak Public Library on March 27 at 6 p.m. You will be
able to meet these expert wood craftsmen and view
some of their work.
Please call the library at 386-362-2317 for more in-
formation.


Submitted by Ellie Curry, QOL Director
Celebrating Mardi Gras at Surrey Place started with a parade of staff, elders, balloons, beads, masks and music. The fun
continued as staff and elders danced and sang to the music provided by D&D Entertainment. The day before, the ladies
made King's cakes and cupcakes decorated in the Mardi Gras colors of purple, gold and green.


Zachary Messcher, & Kaitlin Hopkins.


SHS Band members


receive superior ratings


The SHS Sound of
Suwannee Band Saxophone
Trio earned a Superior rat-
ing at District Solo & En-
semble Festival in February
and are on their way to state
next week. The trio is com-
posed of SHS band mem-
bers: Kaitlin Hopkins,
Zachary Messcher and Re-
becca Perry. Additionally,
Stephanie Adams, one of
the Band's Drum Majors,
earned a Superior rating at
District Concert Festival
last week. She participated
as a student conductor.
Band Director Stacey


Stephanie Adams.


Gindlesperger, states: "I
am so proud of these stu-
dents and their hard work.


It's always nice to see a pro-
fessional adjudicator re-
ward such excellence."


to CRITTER CORNER '."


Suwannee County Animal Shelter
11150 144th. St. (Approx. 8 miles south
of Live Oak)
McAlpin, Florida 32062
If you are missing a pet and live in
Suwannee County, please come in and
check the shelter. Animals can be viewed
between 9-1 Monday Friday and 9-12


Saturday.
If you are new to the area and would
love to adopt a pet once you are settled,
please come see us. Animals can be
viewed between 9-1 Monday Friday and
9-12 Saturday.
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Boys, girls win Hamilton County Invitational


Staff
The Suwannee High School boys and girls track
teams beat out three other schools to win the 32nd
Hamilton County Invitational which was held on March
14.
Both Suwannee teams placed first followed by Hamil-
ton County, Bell and then Echols High School.
The following are the players for Suwannee.

F 100 Meter Hurdles 1) Logan Boss 15.69
2) Tatyanna Cherry 17.42
F 100 Meter Dash 6) Allison Dukes 14.92
7) Kadeisha Nails 14.99
16) Arnasia Gross 16.80
M 100 Meter Dash 1) Aaron Mcalister 11.38
2) Denzel Washington 11.59
3) justin martin 11.61
M 110 Meter Hurdles 1) Steven Potter 17.78
2) Zachary Smith 17.81
5) Steven Eddings 20.09
F 1,600 Meter Run 1) Kyra Mcclendon 5:37.78
2) Meredith Lord 6:28.18
3) Autumn Raulerson 6:30.55
M 1,600 Meter Run 1) Jason Brown 4:55.01
2) andrew batton 5:10.30
8) dalton whickam 5:50.97
F 200 Meter Dash 1) Tatyanna Cherry 28.46
4) Bryanna Williams 30.24
5) Lakiya Rossin 31.49
M 200 Meter Dash 2) Aaron Mcalister 24.17
4) Denzel Washington 25.02
7) justin martin 25.27
F 300 Meter Hurdles 1) Logan Boss 49.98
3) Savannah Jackson 56.92
4) Anna Wright 58.87
M 300 Meter Hurdles 1) Steven Potter 45.72
2) Zachary Smith 46.58
4) Steven Eddings 48.71
F 3,200 Meter Run 1) Katie Stalvey 13:45.69
2) Meredith Lord 13:51.28
M 3,200 Meter Run 1) Jason Brown 11:43.60
2) andrew batton 11:57.27
4) Zachary Pennington 12:15.10
F 400 Meter Dash 4) Akyrianna Wheeler 1:14.29
5) Briana Stevens 1:16.86
6) Koryn Becker 1:17.09
M 400 Meter Dash 2) Jamari Wheeler 54.97
5) Nate Owens 58.65
7) olukemi schaffer 59.91
F 4x100 Meter Relay 2) 56.72
M 4x100 Meter Relay 1) 44.13
F 4x400 Meter Relay 1) 4:49.79
M 4x400 Meter Relay 1) 3:48.27
F 4x800 Meter Relay 1) 11:03.75
M 4x800 Meter Relay 1) 9:12.24
F 800 Meter Run 1) Megan Ellis 2:52.55
M 800 Meter Run 3) c.j. oliver 2:11.90
5) terrence humphrey 2:27.02
6) Kieth Clarridy 2:27.25
7) Darious Herring 2:27.78
F Discus 2) Genesis Leggett 96-6
4) Carrie Smith 79-0.5
6) Sarah Brown 60-5
M Discus 1) Cari Blaylock 121-4
3) Cody Mercer 114-5
5) Seth Dickerson 104-4
8) Jowell McQuay 95-9
F High Jump 1) Logan Boss 5-2
2) Tatyanna Cherry 4-8
4) Bryanna Williams 4-6
M High Jump 3) casey reaves 5-6
4) Jamari Wheeler 5-6
5) Dea Coleman 5-2
F Long Jump 7) Briana Stevens 11-8
9) Allison Dukes 11-2.5
10) Shana Kilby 11-1
M Long Jump 2) Greg Fort 17-3.5
3) Denzel Washington 16-6
8) Josh Hall 14-0
F Shot Put 2) Genesis Leggett 29-10
4) Jade Brown 27-4
5) Savannah Perry 27-2
M Shot Put 1) Seth Dickerson 39-8
2) Cody Mercer 39-6
5) Steven Anderson 36-4
F Triple Jump 1) Logan Boss 33-5
3) Bryanna Williams 27-4.5
M Triple Jump 1) trevon crowley 38-4.5
2) Nate Owens 37-3
Josh Hall 36-11

The team's next race is Saturday at the Santa Fe Invi-
tational in Santa Fe.


Boys 4x1 relay. This was a close race, but Suwannee's
Aaron McAllister, right, pulled it off.


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Reed Sikes, rookie player for Bryson Tractor. Courtesy photo


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1003 W. Howard St/90 West Live Oak, FL
office: 386-364-2828


Marie Lee,
Broker
386-688-3351


Hazel Bridges,
Broker Associate
386-719-4953


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in the city of Live Oak. Was $109,900. Now $89,900
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Rotary Club of Live Oak
Golf Tournament
Suwannee Country Club

Saturday, March 29
Proceeds benefiting the club's charity projects
SIndividual $50 3-person Team $150


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Boys resting after a game. Courtesy photos


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at opening ceremonies.


Trevor Linton hitting a home run.


March Gardening Madness Workshop
When: March 25, 9:00 3:30.
Where: Camp Weed Conference Center
(Rt. 90, between Lake City and Live Oak).
What: full day of gardening topics including
Raised beds, Containers, Small space design,
Butterfly gardens, insects, weeds, irrigation.
Fee of $15 covers lunch, materials, insect lens.
Must pre-register by March 21 to attend.
Call the Extension office at 386 752-5384.
UF/IFAS is an Equal Opportunity Institution.
State park to host Chili Cook-Off
and Springs Celebration
Seventhth annual sanctioned chili-cook off
Alachua County, Fla. Alachua County, The Friends
of O'Leno, and the Santa Fe River Springs Basin Work-
ing Group invite citizens to the O'Leno Ole' Chili Cook-
Off (from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and Springs Celebration
(from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.),
on Saturday March 29,
2014, at O'Leno State RO k
Park (410 SE O'Leno Park
Road). Admission to the -Waevr-
park is free with the dona- /
tion of one can of food per
person to benefit a local
food bank. l ii
The events include: a
chili cook-off, live music,
model train exhibits, chil-
dren's activities, and envi-
ronmental exhibits. Partici-
pate in an Exhibit Scav-
enger Hunt and win a prize.
Chili tasting kits will be on
sale for $5 and all proceeds
assist the Friends of
O'Leno, Inc. a non-profit
organization with their
mission of supporting the Cpjostuepedic ,-_p0st
park. spirit Wind Sa
"The Springs Celebra- $499 $5
tion is a great event for
everyone to learn how their
actions are connected to the
health of our springs, even
when they live tens of
miles away from them."
said Stacie Greco with the


Alachua County Environmental Protection Department.
She continued, "When we use a lot of water, fertilize in-
appropriately, or neglect our septic systems we may be
harming the springs of the Santa Fe River where we all
enjoy recreation."
For more information visit the Alachua County Springs
Protection website, or call
Stacie Greco at 352-264-
6829, or go to www.friend-
sofoleno.org.
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The Suwannee River
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2014


Suwannee Legals

PUBLIC NOTICE

This is to inform you that Suwannee
County will hold a pre-bid conference and
walk-thru for the rehabilitation of five (5)
single-family dwellings in the Suwannee
County SHIP program

This meeting will be held Thursday,
March 20, 2014 beginning at 8:00 a.m.
at Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc, 1171 Nobles Ferry Rd Bldg #2, Live
Oak, Florida

The conference and walk-thru is mandat-
ory, no exceptions, for contractors who
plan to bid Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc requires each contractor to
be properly licensed, carry general liabil-
ity insurance of at least $1,000,00000
and Workers Comp Insurance during con-
struction

Bids for these units will be due by 12 00
noon Wednesday, March 26, 2014, at
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc,
1171 Nobles Ferry Rd, Bldg #2, Live Oak,
Florida Please mark envelope "Sealed
Bid for Name of Homeowner, SHIP".
Bids to be opened Wednesday, March 26,
2014 at 12 05pm

Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc
has the right to reject any and all bids
The bids will be awarded on the most cost
effective basis

Suwannee County is a fair housing and
equal opportunity and ADA employer
Minority and Women Contractors are
urged to participate

MAY CONTAIN HOMES CONSTRUC-
TED PRIOR TO 1978 WHICH MAY CON-
TAIN LEAD-BASED PAINT.
03/19


PUBLIC NOTICE OF AUCTION
BY THE VILLAGE ATTIC
386-688-7488

An auction will be held on March 22,
2014, at 10:00 A.M. at The Village Attic,
11237 CR 136, (intersection of 136 &
250), Dowling Park, Florida
Auction will be to sell items stored in self
storage to cover rent delinquencies Items
to be auctioned were stored by the follow-
ing

Marc Fores Tile Mechanics Tools
David Klingbeil Personal Items
Myrtle McElveen Personal Items
Efran Martinez Personal Items
Kelly Mears Personal Items
James Mulvey Household Furnishings
Jimmy Torres Personal Items

Auction to be conducted by Licensed
Auctioneer Ronnie Cox Lic# AV691 and
AB2617 10% Buyer's Premium
03/12, 14, 19, 21


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 13-271-CA

FIRST FEDERAL BANK OF FLORIDA, a
banking corporation organized under
the laws of the United States of Amer-
ica, f/k/a FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
BANK OF FLORIDA

Plaintiff,

vs.

JUNIOR DUCKETT, KRIS BUSH DUCK-
ETT and SAVANNAH PLANTATION
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., ETAL,

Defendants.

AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that Barry A
Baker, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Suwannee County, Florida, will on the
29th day of April, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. on
the front steps of the Suwannee County
Courthouse, 200 S Ohio Avenue, in the
City of Live Oak, Florida, offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the following de-
scribed property situated in Suwannee
County, Florida, to-wit

Lot 38, Savannah Plantation, Phase 3,
according to the plat thereof on File in
Plat Book 1, Page 503, in the office of the
Clerk of Court, in and for Suwannee
County, Florida

Pursuant to the Final Judgment of Fore-
closure entered in a case pending in said
Court, the style of which is a set out
above, and the docket number of which is
13-271-CA Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale

WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
said Court, this 11th day of March, 2014

(Court Seal) BARRY A BAKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Suwannee County, Florida

By /s/ Jillian Herron
Deputy Clerk
03/19,26


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO: 61-2012-CA-271

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

Plaintiff,

vs.

LAURA J. THROCKMORTON A/K/A
LAURA J. ALLRED A/K/A LAURA JEAN
THROCKMORTON A/K/A LAURA JEAN
HARTMAN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
LAURA J. THROCKMORTON A/K/A
LAURA J. ALLRED A/K/A LAURA JEAN
THROCKMORTON A/K/A LAURA JEAN
HARTMAN; MANFORD LEE HARTMAN;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MANFORD
LEE HARTMAN; UNKNOWN TENANT I;
UNKNOWN TNENAT II; MICHAEL RY-
AN THROCKMORTON; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF MICHAEL
RYAN THROCKMORTON, and any un-
known heirs, devisees, grantees, cred-
itors, and other unknown persons or
unknown spouses claiming by,
through and under any of the above-
named Defendants,

Defendants.

AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOS-
URE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that the under-
signed Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Suwannee County, Florida, will on the
2nd day of April, 2014, at 11 00 A M at
the Front steps, 200 S Ohio Avenue,
Suwannee County Courthouse in Live
Oak, Florida 32064, offer for sale and sell
at public outcry to the highest and best
bidder for cash, the following-described
property situate in Suwannee County,
Florida

Begin at the SW corner of NE 1/4 of the
NE 1/4, Section 9, Township 6 South,
Range 15 East, Suwannee County,
Florida; thence run N 88 degrees
33'30" E along the South line of said
NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, 660.33 feet, then N 01
degrees 19'27" W, 660.33 feet, thence S
88 degrees 33'30" W, 600.33 feet;
thence N 01 degrees 19'27" W, 594.53
feet to the South Right of Way line of
Bibby Road, a county paved road,
thence S 89 degrees 21' W, along said
South Right of Way line, 60.00 feet to
the West line of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4,
thence S 01 degrees 19'27" W, along
said West line, 1255.69 feet to the
Point of Beginning, Suwannee County,
Florida.

Together with that certain 1990 Double
Wide Fleetwood Mobile Home with ID#
GAFLK34A12172SH &
GAFLK34B1 21 72SH.

pursuant to the Final Judgment entered in
a case pending in said Court, the style of
which is indicated above

Any person or entity claiming an interest
in the surplus, if any, resulting from the
foreclosure sale, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens,
must file a claim on same with the Clerk
of Court within 60 days after the foreclos-
ure sale

WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court this 19th day of December,
2013

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT:
If you are a person with a disability
who requires accommodations in or-
der to participate in a court proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no cost to you,
the provision of certain assistance. In-
dividuals with a disability who require
special accommodations in order to
participate in a court proceeding
should contact the ADA Coordinator,
173 NE Hernando Avenue, Room 408,
Lake City, FL 32055, (386) 719-7428,
within two (2) business days of receipt
of notice to appear. Individuals who
are hearing impaired should call (800)
955-8771. Individuals who are voice
impaired should call (800) 955-8770.

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
(COURT SEAL)

By Is/ Jillian Herron
Deputy Clerk
03/12, 19

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION

CASE NO.: 2013-50-DR

LAZARO LOPEZ SIERRA,
Petitioner,

and

GREISY SIERRA LOPEZ,
Respondent

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR PUBLICATION

TO: GREISY SIERRA LOPEZ

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage, including claims
for dissolution of marriage, payment of
debts, division of real and personal prop-
erty, and for payments of support, has
been filed against you You are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to this action on ANGELA M CAN-
CIO ESQ of CANCIO & ROMAGNOLO
PA, Petitioner's attorney, whose address


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is P 0 BOX 6051, LIVE OAK, FL 32064,
on or before MAY 16, 2014, and file the
original with the clerk of this court at
SUWANNEE County Courthouse, 200
South Ohio Avenue, Live Oak, Florida
32064, either before service on
Petitioner's attorney or immediately there-
after, otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
petition

WARNING Rule 12 285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of documents and
information Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal or strik-
ing of pleadings

DATED this 12 day of March, 2014

(Court Seal) CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT

By Is/ Felicia Flowers
Deputy Clerk
03/19, 26, 04/02, 09

INVITATION FOR BID
DOCUMENT 00100
CROSS CITY BATHROOM
RENOVATIONS
& V.C.T. REPLACEMENT
CROSS CITY, FLORIDA
FL 15-6A & FL 15-6 B

Bids for furnishing all labor & services
required to install PHA furnished ma-
terials & the removal of all construc-
tion debris from PHA property for the
Work known as Bathroom Restoration
& V.C.T. Replacement @ 25 Dwelling
Units, FL 15-6 A & FL 15-6 B. (20 Units
to receive Bath Renovations & 25 Units
to receive V.C.T. Replacement) Cross
City Florida will be received until 10 00
A M CST local time on 11 April 2014 at
the office of the Housing Authority (PHA)
indicated below At this time and place all
bids received will be publicly opened and
read aloud

The contractor is to visit the site prior
to bid opening.

Without force and effect on the Bidding
Documents and the proposed Contract
documents, the work required is briefly
described as Partial modernization of
twenty five (25) Dwelling Units located @
FL 15-6 A & FL 15-6 B Cross City, Flor-
ida, the work consist of but not limited to
installing PHA furnished materials for
bathroom restoration & floor covering re-
placement consisting of plaster restora-
tion, new toilet with new flange, new bath
tubs and drain ti cast iron piping, new
bath fixtures with shower, bath accessor-
ies, interior painting of bathrooms, new
lavatory and faucet, new water stops and
supply's, new interior plumbing, new 12"
X 12" ceramic tile floors, new 4" X 4"
ceramic tile walls 4' high on walls and 6'
high inside tub area, One new 504 con-
verted Handicap accessible bathroom in
two Units, new lights, switches and GFCI
outlets in bathrooms and associated work
connected with each work item in twenty
(20) Dwelling Units and the removal of ex-
isting V C T flooring and the installation
of new PHA furnished V C T floor cover-
ing in twenty five (25) Dwelling Units, the
contractor will furnish all labor to com-
plete the work as well as all labor, dump-
sters, dump fees and all associated items
to remove all construction debris gener-
ated from PHA property, see drawings for
additional information The PHA will
identify Units to receive work The con-
tractor will provide a list of materials ten
(10) working days prior to needing them

The work required is fully described in the
Bidding Documents consisting of the
Project Manual and the Drawings

Proposed Contract forms, Drawings and
Project Manual are on file in the office of
the Consultant, Mr Randall O'Barr, Post
Office Box 357, Baldwin, Georgia 30511,
telephone (706) 206-1725 or (706) 244-
0105, Fax (706) 754-4121 Bidding Docu-
ments may be obtained by providing
NONREFUNDABLE payment of $35 00
per set of Documents to the Consultant,
do not contact the PHA No partial sets
will be issued Checks should be payable
to Mr Randall O'Barr and mailed to the
above address Information regarding this
Project, including a list of the Plan Hold-
ers will be provided upon request

Each bid shall include Bid Guarantee in
an amount equal to five percent of the
Bid Provide as a certified check or bank
draft payable to the PHA, U S Govern-
ment Bonds, or as a property executed
Bid Bond with surety acceptable to the
PHA A Surety Company executing the
Bid Bond must be authorized to transact
business in the Project State, and must
appear on the most current U S Treas-
ury Department's Circular No 570 The
successful bidder is required to provide
satisfactory Performance and Payment
Bonds prior to execution of the Agree-
ment

Refer to provisions for equal employment
opportunities and payment of not less
than minimum salaries and wages indic-
ated in the Project Manual

Each bid shall include THE SIGNED ORI-
GINAL AND TWO CONFORMED COP-
IES of the following
1 A properly executed Bid Form
2 A properly executed Bid Guarantee
3 A properly executed Non-Collusive Affi-
davit
4 A fully completed Form HUD-5369-A,
"Representations, Certifications and Oth-
er Statements of Bidders"

Small businesses and minority firms are


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urged to submit proposals Certification
as a Minority-business Enterprise (or
number of partners, shareholders, em-
ployees who are members of minority
classification or are women) should be in-
cluded in the Bid proposal Refer to Art-
icles 38, 39 and 40 of The General Condi-
tions

The PHA reserves the right to reject any
and all bids, and to waive irregularities
and formalities in the bidding No bids
may be withdrawn for a period of sixty
days subsequent to the opening of bids
without PHA consent

Northwest Florida Regional
Housing Authority
Housing Authority (PHA)
Post Office Box 218 (5302 Brown Street)
Address
Graceville, Florida 32440
City, State, Zip Code
03/19,26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION

CASE NUMBER: 2013-09-DP

IN THE INTEREST OF:
M.C.M. (M) DOB: 06/23/2013

MINOR CHILD.

SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF
ADVISORY HEARING FOR
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND GUARDIANSHIP

STATE OF FLORIDA

TO: Rick Green
(address unknown)

WHEREAS, a Petition for Termination of
Parental Rights under oath has been filed
in this Court regarding the above-refer-
enced child, a copy of which is on file with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court,

YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED TO
APPEAR before the Honorable William F
Williams, III, Acting Circuit Judge, at the
Suwannee County Courthouse, Live Oak,
Florida, on April 28, 2014, at 9 A.M., for
a TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS ADVISORY HEARING You
must appear on the date and the time
specified

FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR
AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CON-
STITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMIN-
ATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO
THIS CHILD (OR CHILDREN). IF YOU
FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND
TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL
LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD (OR
CHILDREN) NAMED IN THE PETITION
ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF COURT

WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
at Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida,
on this 5th day of March, 2014

(Court Seal)
Clerk of Circuit Court

By /s/ Sandy Blanton
Deputy Clerk

Danian Wagner, Esquire
Counsel for the Department
1389 West US Highway 90, Suite 110
Lake City, FL 32055
Phone (386) 243-6037
Fax (386) 758-1584
Florida Bar No 183954
Primary Email Address
danrianwagner@dcf state fl us
Secondary Email Addresses
lindamosley@dcf state fl us
ramonarnchman@dcf state fl us

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERIC-
AN DISABILITIES ACT, persons need-
ing a special accommodation to particip-
ate in this proceeding should contact
Court Administrator, no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding, at 386-
758-2163
03/12, 19, 26, 04/02
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO.: 13-180CA

21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION, a
Delaware corporation authorized to
transact business in Florida
Plaintiff,

vs.

MATTHEW T. TOMLINSON; et al,
Defendant.

CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance
with the Plaintiff's Final Judgment of Fore-
closure entered on March 5, 2014, in the
above-styled cause, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash on April
22, 2014 at 11 00 A M at 200 South Ohio
Avenue, Live Oak, FL 32064 (EST), the
Suwannee County Courthouse

Lot 15 of the Meadows Subdivision, an
unrecorded subdivision further de-
scribed as follows: Commence at the
Southwest corner of the NW 1/4 of the
NW 1/4 of Section 6, Township 4
South, Range 15 East, Suwannee
County, Florida, and run N 88 degrees
24 minutes 57 seconds E, 331.50 feet
to a concrete monument marked as
L.E. Britt, PLS 1079; thence N 00 de-
grees 47 minutes 01 seconds W,


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645.68 feet to the point of beginning;
thence continue N 00 degrees 47
minutes 00 seconds W, 650.25 feet to a
concrete monument marked as L.E.
Britt, PLS 1079; thence N 88 degrees
30 minutes 30 seconds E, 266.59 feet
to a concrete monument marked as
L.E. Britt, PLS 1079 and to a point of
curve, being concaved to the North,
having a radius of 503.59 feet and an
included angle of 07 degrees 58
minutes 06 seconds; thence run North-
easterly along the arc of said curve an
arc distance of 35.07 feet to a con-
crete monument marked as L.E. Britt,
PLS 1079; thence S 00 degrees 46
minutes 51 seconds E, 650.25 feet;
thence S 87 degrees 39 minutes 19
seconds W 336.40 feet to the point of
beginning, subject to an easement for
ingress, egress and utility purposes
over and across the East 30.00 feet
thereof;

TOGETHER with the following ease-
ments for ingress and egress:

Quail Run Road: A 60.00 foot road
right of way lying in and being a part of
Section 31, Township 3 South, Range
15 East, and a part of Section 6, Town-
ship 4 South, Range 15 East, Suwan-
nee County, Florida, whose centerline
is more particularly described as fol-
lows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of the NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of said
Section 31, and run N 0 degrees 49
minutes 28 seconds W, 830.95 feet for
a point of beginning for said center-
line; thence run S 88 degrees 28
minutes 55 seconds W, 1698.23 feet to
a point of curve; thence Southwest-
erly along the arc of a curve to the left
having a radius of 400.00 feet, an in-
cluded angle of 53 degrees 32 minutes
06 seconds W for an arc distance of
373.74 feet; thence S 34 degrees 56
minutes 49 seconds W, 715.27 feet;
thence Southerly along the arc of a
curve to the left having a radius of
398.33 feet, an included angle of 35 de-
grees 27 minutes 00 seconds for an
arc distance of 246.45 feet to a point of
reverse curve; thence Southwesterly
along the arc of a curve to the right
having a radius of 274.11 feet, an in-
cluded angle of 65 degrees 25 minutes
45 seconds for an arc distance of
313.02 feet to a point of reverse curve;
thence Southwesterly along a curve to
the left having a radius of 657.60 feet,
an included angle of 29 degrees 58
minutes 45 seconds for an arc dis-
tance of 344.08 feet; thence S 34 de-
grees 56 minutes 49 seconds W,
711.47 feet to a point of curve; thence
Southwesterly along the arc of a curve
to the right having a radius of 400.0
feet, an included angle of 53 degrees
30 minutes 51 seconds for an arc dis-
tance of 373.60 feet to the end of said
curve (Said point being on the South
line of Section 31); thence S 88 de-
grees 27 minutes 40 seconds W along
the said South line of Section 31,
425.77 feet to a point of curve; thence
Northwesterly along the arc of a curve
to the right having a radius of 473.59
feet, an included angle of 26 degrees
33 minutes 54 seconds for an arc dis-
tance of 219.58 feet to a point of re-
verse curve; thence Westerly along the
arc of a curve to the left having a radi-
us of 223.60 feet, an included angle of
53 degrees 07 minutes 48 seconds for
an arc distance of 207.34 feet to a
point of reverse curve; thence West-
erly along the arc of a curve to the
right having a radius of 473.59 feet, an
included angle of 26 degrees 33
minutes 54 seconds for an arc dis-
tance of 219.58 feet; thence S 88 de-
grees 27 minutes 40 seconds W,
266.36 feet to the end of said 60 foot
R/W; thence continue S 88 degrees 27
minutes 40 seconds W, 40.0 feet to the
radius point of a 50.0 foot radius cul-
de-sac and the end of said road center-
line, and;

Woodcock Drive: A 60.0 foot road right
of way lying in and being in a part of
Section 6, Township 4 South, Range 15
East, and in Section 31, Township 3
South, Range 15 East, Suwannee
County, Florida, whose centerline is
more particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner of
said Section 6, and run N 88 degrees
27 minutes 40 seconds E, along the
North line thereof, 1850.0 feet for a
point of beginning for said road
centerline; thence run S 28 degrees 17
minutes 46 seconds E, 357.56 feet to
the point of curve; thence Southerly
along the arc of a curve to the right
having a radius of 400.0 feet, an in-
cluded angle of 27 degrees 32 minutes
53 seconds for an arc distance of
192.32 feet; thence S 0 degrees 44
minutes 53 seconds E, 1542.60 feet to
the end of said 60.00 foot right of way;
thence S 0 degrees 44 minutes 53
seconds E, 40.0 feet to the radius point
of a 50.0 foot radius cul-de-sac, and;

Sandpiper Lane: A 60.0 foot right of
way lying in the West 1/2 of the South-
east 1/4 of Section 31, Township 3
South, Range 15 East, Suwannee
County, Florida, whose centerline is
more particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Southeast corner of
the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of said Sec-
tion 31, and run N 0 degrees 49
minutes 28 seconds W, 830.95 feet;
thence S 88 degrees 28 minutes 55
seconds W, 1900.00 feet; thence S 34
degrees 56 minutes 49 seconds W,
1044.36 feet; thence S 0 degrees 30
minutes 11 seconds E, 127.32 feet;
thence S 8 degrees 30 minutes 17
seconds W, 85.77 feet for a point of be-


Suwannee Legals

ginning for said 60 foot road; thence S
75 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds E
along the centerline of said road,
391.90 feet; thence S 55 degrees 03
minutes 11 seconds E 257.79 feet;
thence S 34 degrees 56 minutes 49
seconds W, 414.84 feet to the end of
said 60.0 foot right of way; thence S 55
degrees 03 minutes 11 seconds E, 20
feet to the radius point of a 50.00 foot
radius cul-de-sac.

TOGETHER WITH A 2001 Horton Mo-
bile Home, Summit Model, Serial Num-
bers of H211548GL and H211548GR

Property Address 5578 150th Place,
Wellborn, FL 32094

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE

Dated March 6, 2014

(Court Seal) BARRY A BAKER, CLERK
SUWANNEE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT

By Is/ Jillian Herron
Deputy Clerk

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in or-
der to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Persons with a disability who need any
accommodation to participate should
call the ADA Coordinator, Jacquetta
Bradley, P.O. Box 1569, Lake City, FL
32056, 386-719-7428, within two (2)
working days of your receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing impaired call
(800) 955-8771; if you are voice im-
paired call (800) 955-8770.
03/19,26


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

CASE NO. 2012-68-CA

PALADIN FUND I LLC

Plaintiff,

V.

JEFFREY M. SUCATO, SR.,; JUDY SU-
CATO; SHARON MORSE; GEORGE
MORSE; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SHARON M MORSE; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF GEORGE MORSE; UN-
KNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT 2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED DE-
FENDANT(S), WHO (IS/ARE) NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIM AS HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, SPOUSES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; CITIFINAN-
CIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.;
SUWANNEE COUNTY, A POLITICAL
SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA

Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
the Summary Final Judgment of Foreclos-
ure entered on March 02, 2014, in the Cir-
cuit Court of Suwannee County, Florida,
the clerk shall sell the property situated in
Suwannee County, Florida, described as

TRACT 70, SECTION D, OF SUWAN-
NEE RANCHETTE DEVELOPMENT
FILED JANUARY 8, 1963 IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 113, OF THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF SUWANNEE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 1997
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME AT-
TACHED THERETO, HAVING VIN#
GMHGA4359717598A, TITLE #74302114
AND VIN# GMHGA4359717598B, TITLE
#74302115

a/k/a 23055 COUNTY ROAD 137, LAKE
CITY, FL 32024

at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash, on the front steps of the
front door of the Suwannee County Court-
house located at 200 South Ohio Avenue,
Live Oak, FL 32064, on April 29, 2014,
beginning at 11 00 A M

If you are a person claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sale, you must
file a claim with the clerk no later than 60
days after the sale If you fail to file a
claim you will not be entitled to any re-
maining funds

Dated this 4th day of March, 2014

(Court Seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court

By Is/Jillian Herron
Deputy Clerk

ANY PERSONS WITH A DISABILITY
REQUIRING REASONABLE ACCOM-
MODATIONS SHOULD CALL (386) 758-
2163 (V/TDD), NO LATER THAN SEV-
EN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO ANY PRO-
CEEDING.
03/19. 26


A


Continued From Page 3B


at 497-2968 or Vern Lloyd at 752-4885.
The Suwannee River Valley Chapter,
founded in 1990, is one of over 400
MOAA chapters around the world.
Wellborn Blueberry Pancake Breakfast
1st Saturday monthly
7am-llam
Wellborn Community Center
Event to benefit Annual Wellborn Blue-
berry Festival
16th Annual Lawn Mower Race
March 29, 2014
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
John's Lawn Equipment
US 129 North, Live Oak
Support The Arc North Florida and indi-
viduals with intellectual and developmen-
tal disabilities.
Challenge your community competition
and race for the lead position. Prizes for
the top individual and team money raiser.
Trophies for the top individual rider and

top team.
For details and online registration, visit
www.arcnfl.com/LMR or call 386-362-
7143.
Proceeds go to support individuals in
The Arc North Florida programs to receive
the necessary training to function as inde-
pendently as possible and each client is


provided opportunities to participate fully
in the community.
UF Weight Management Program
Have you heard? Do you qualify? The
UF Weight Management Program is fund-
ed by a grant from the National Institutes
of Health. This study will examine ways to
promote long-term weight management
for men and women in rural counties of
North Florida. This is a free program and
you can even receive compensation for
travel. Sessions will be in the UF/IFAS
Extension Office in Suwannee County,
llth Street, Live Oak. Our goal is to help
you lose weight, increase fitness, improve
nutrition and manage stress. To learn more
and to see if you qualify, call 1-877-273-
5235.
Lafayette Adult and
Family Education Center
Providing help with:
GED Preparation, GED Testing,
TABE Preparation, Career Planning,
FAFSA Application, College/Vo-Tech
Entrance
There is a fee charged per semester
for all students that enroll in the pro-
gram: $45 for Florida residents and

$180 for out-of -state residents.
Join us Monday and Tuesday 5-9 p.m.
Call (386) 294-2446 for more infor-
mation


Let us help YOU see a BRIGHTER
future!
Live Oak Elks Lodge #1165
We are sponsoring a golf tournament at
the Florida Gateway Golf & Country Club
in Hamilton County, March 15 to benefit
Elks charities for information call the
lodge at 362-1165 or 792-1900.
4 man scramble $50 per player hole
sponsor $100.
Book Club for Adults at the Live Oak
Library
The Live Oak Public Library will be
hosting a Book Club for Adults on the
fourth Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m.
in the conference room. Join us to discuss
your latest read. Refreshments will be
served.
Please call the library at 386-362-2317
for more information.
Camera Club meets
The Branford Camera Club meets on the
3rd Thursday of each month, with an oc-

casional exception, for the purpose of
sharing, learning, and enjoying all things
photographic. We are an eclectic group
with experiences ranging from complete
novice to consummate professional.
Please join us.
For more information, please contact:
Carolyn Hogue, Program Chair, 386-
935-2044


Skip Weigel, Technical Consultant, 386-
9382
Alachua Main Street Spring Festival
Vendor All Call
Sunday, March 30, 2014
www.alachuabusiness.comn
Volunteers needed
Learn how to be a SHINE volunteer in
your community. SHINE volunteers of-
fer free counseling and assistance to Flori-
da Seniors and those with disabilities, on
topics related to Medicare, Medicaid, long
term care planning, prescription drug as-
sistance, supplemental insurance and
more. Volunteers are needed in Suwan-
nee County. Comprehensive three day
training will take place in Lake City on
March 25-27. Costs for transportation
are reimbursed and meals provided. Call
1-800-262-2243 for information and appli-
cation.
Suwannee Amateur Radio Club
First Tuesday, social at 6:30 p. m., fol-
lowed by regular meeting at 7, at its club
house, located north of 110 & US 129, Live
Oak. Call for exact location and direc-
tions. Visitors are always welcome! The
club offers periodic testing for your ham
license. The club's web site is

www.suwanneearc.org. Amateur radio op-


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2014


0 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT/LIVE OAK


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first day of publication. Should
the error inhibit response,
credit will apply only to the first
run date. The South Georgia
Media Group is not liable for
any loss or expense that
results from publication or
omission. We reserve the right
to edit, reject or refuse any and
all advertising submissions.

SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
CLASSIFIED DEADLINE:
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Help Wanted

Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line
Advertisement call 658-5627
or visit www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Painter FT or PT
Must be skilled in interior fin-
ish painting, including prepar-
ing various wall surfaces, mix-
ing and applying paint with
various applicators, and finish-
ing / clean up. Some work may
be in a healthcare environ-
ment. Must be professional, re-
liable, and pass AHCA crimin-
al history verification require-
ments.
Laborer Residential
Construction
Experience preferred. Atten-
tion to safe work practices re-
quired. Must be professional,
reliable, and pass AHCA crim-
inal history verification require-
ments. Valid FL DL required.
PT LPN Limited
Opportunity
LTC setting; must have valid
unrestricted FL LPN; prior ex-
perience in LTC setting a plus;
12-hr shifts available; must be
available for 4-week precept-
ing & onsite training & agree to
fulfill as-needed shift schedule
after training.
PT HHA Limited
Opportunity
CNA certificate required; prior
home health experience a
plus; PCT or home health aide
training / certificate strongly
desired. Valid FL DL required.
FT positions include competit-
ive compensation package, re-
tirement, paid time off, access
to onsite daycare and fitness
facilities.
Apply in person at Personnel
Office Monday through Friday
from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
or fax resume/credentials to
(386) 658-5160.
EOE / DFW/Criminal back-
ground checks required.
10680 Dowling Park Drive,
Dowling Park, FL

Fast Growing Company
looking for experienced
AR Clerk. Word, Excel &
Quick Books. Send resume to
hrhd7@yahoo.com

TEACHERS
Lighthouse Christian Academy
in Mayo, FL is accepting ap-
plications for all levels of
teachers. Please address all
questions or resumes to Pas-
tor John Whittington at:
email@lccmayo.com


Help Wanted

DAY CAMP COORDINATOR
SUWANNEE PARKS &
RECREATION
The Suwannee Parks & Recre-
ation Department is seeking ap-
plicants for the casual/seasonal
position of Day Camp Coordin-
ator. Position will remain open
until filled.
Applications may be ob-
tained at the Building Depart-
ment, 224 Pine Avenue, Live
Oak, FL 32064, (386) 364-3407
or Public Works, 13150 80th
Terrace, Live Oak, FL 32060,
(386) 364-3400. The Suwannee
County Board of County Com-
missioners is an equal employ-
ment opportunity employer that
does not discriminate against
any qualified employee or ap-
plicant because of race, color,
national origin, sex, including
pregnancy, age, disability, or
marital status. Spanish speak-
ing individuals are encouraged
to apply. Successful completion
of a drug test is a condition of
employment. EEO/AA/V/D


DAY CAMP COUNSELORS
The Suwannee Parks & Recre-
ation Department is seeking ap-
plicants for the casual/seasonal
positions) of Day Camp Coun-
selors. Positions will remain
open until filled.
Applications may be ob-
tained at the Suwannee
County Building Department,
224 Pine Avenue, Live Oak,
FL 32064, (386) 364-3407 or
Public Works, 13150 80th Ter-
race, Live Oak, FL 32060,
(386) 364-3400. The Suwannee
County Board of County Com-
missioners is an equal employ-
ment opportunity employer that
does not discriminate against
any qualified employee or ap-
plicant because of race, color,
national origin, sex, including
pregnancy, age, disability, or
marital status. Spanish speak-
ing individuals are encouraged
to apply. Successful completion
of a drug test is a condition of
employment. EE/AA/V/D


FirstDay
FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER
The Levy County Health De-
partment is seeking a Family
Support Worker, Position
#64000015 to work The
Healthy Families Program in
Suwannee County. This posi-
tion may also provide services
in Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy
counties. Position will provide
basic social services to indi-
viduals and families participat-
ing in the Healthy Families
Program. Must be willing to
travel. Must have good Eng-
lish language skills both verbal
and written. Applicants who
are also fluent in speaking and
writing Spanish are preferred
but not required. Must be fin-
gerprinted. May be required to
work extra hours or days in the
event of an emergency. Salary
is $772.50 biweekly. Applica-
tions will be accepted online at
www.peoplefirst.myflorida.c
am State of Florida applica-
tions may be mailed to State of
Florida, People First, Staffing
Administration, PO Box 44058,
Jacksonville, Fl 32231 or faxed
to (904) 636-2627 by 3/28/14.
EEO/AA/VP Employer


LPN/RN
Full time position open. Smaller
skilled nursing facility that has
excellent ratings for services.
Low turn over allows you to get
to know patients and staff.
Seeking person with excellent
performance history and attend-
ance record.
Contact: Jennifer Avery,
Layfayette Health Care Center,
512 W. Main St. Mayo, FL

WANTED:
Experienced cook only
for elderly man.
Mon-Fri usually 6-8pm
Call 386-208-4742.


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GREAT RATES FOR NICE LOOKING
RENTALS STARTING AT $300 PER MONTH
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FULL-TIME NURSING
Employment Opportunities
Registered Nurse
ER 7a
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Med-Surg

$2500
Sign-on Bonus
(3/12 to 4/25/14)
Must meet criteria
850-584-0866
www.doctorsmemorial.com
DFWP/EOE

NORTH FLORIDA COM-
MUNITY COLLEGE,
Madison, FL has the follow-
ing positions available:
Project Coordinator
of Healthcare Information
Program;
Curriculum Developer
for Automation Production
Program:
Faculty Position
for Registered Nurse.
See www.nfcc.edu
for details.

ROUTE DRIVERS
needed to provide laundry ser-
vice to health care clients. FT,
Class A License req'd. Min 3
yrs recent driving exp., clean
MVR. Crown offers comp. pay
and benefits. Drivers home
every evening. Send resume to
drodenbough@
crownlaundry.com
or apply in person at 604 N.
Highland St. Quitman 31643.
EOE

SENIOR
LIFEGUARDS
The Suwannee Parks & Recre-
ation Department is seeking ap-
plicants for the casual/seasonal
positions) of Senior Lifeguards.
Positions will remain open until
filled.
Applications may be ob-
tained at the Suwannee
County Building Department,
224 Pine Avenue, Live Oak,
FL 32064, (386) 364-3407 or
Public Works, 13150 80th Ter-
race, Live Oak, FL 32060,
(386) 364-3400. The Suwannee
County Board of County Com-
missioners is an equal employ-
ment opportunity employer that
does not discriminate against
any qualified employee or ap-
plicant because of race, color,
national origin, sex, including
pregnancy, age, disability, or
marital status. Spanish speak-
ing individuals are encouraged
to apply. Successful completion
of a drug test is a condition of
employment. EE/AA/V/D


Help Wanted

POOL MANAGER
The Suwannee Parks & Recre-
ation Department is seeking ap-
plicants for the casual/seasonal
position of Pool Manager. Posi-
tion will remain open until filled.
Applications may be ob-
tained at the Suwannee
County Building Department,
224 Pine Avenue, Live Oak,
FL 32064, (386) 364-3407 or
Public Works, 13150 80th Ter-
race, Live Oak, FL 32060,
(386) 364-3400. The Suwannee
County Board of County Com-
missioners is an equal employ-
ment opportunity employer that
does not discriminate against
any qualified employee or ap-
plicant because of race, color,
national origin, sex, including
pregnancy, age, disability, or
marital status. Spanish speak-
ing individuals are encouraged
to apply. Successful completion
of a drug test is a condition of
employment. EEO/AA/V/D

SUWANNEE COUNTY
LIFEGUARDS
The Suwannee Parks & Recre-
ation Department is seeking ap-
plicants for the casual/seasonal
positions) of Lifeguards. Posi-
tions will remain open until filled.
Applications may be ob-
tained at the Suwannee
County Building Department,
224 Pine Avenue, Live Oak,
FL 32064, (386) 364-3407 or
Public Works, 13150 80th Ter-
race, Live Oak, FL 32060,
(386) 364-3400. The Suwannee
County Board of County Com-
missioners is an equal employ-
ment opportunity employer that
does not discriminate against
any qualified employee or ap-
plicant because of race, color,
national origin, sex, including
pregnancy, age, disability, or
marital status. Spanish speak-
ing individuals are encouraged
to apply. Successful completion
of a drug test is a condition of
employment. EE/AA/V/D


Livestock

BULLS FOR SALE
We have a nice selection of pure
bred Angus and Semi Angus.
We also have September Club
Calfs for sale. Call Ed Wasdin at
229-873-1230 or 229-769-3964

Jewelry

Easter Egg Treasure Hunt Clue:
Diamonds are a girl's best friend

Misc. Merchandise

THREE-SHELF HUMIDOR
in excellent condition.
Like new, used less than
3 weeks. Asking $50.
Paid $124. Call 386-249-9432

Wanted to Buy

FirstDay
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Wanted to Buy
WANTED: WHOLE JUNK CARS
$300 & UP. (For FL Residents
only) NO TITLE NEEDED. FREE
PICK UP. 386-878-9260 OR
386-752-3648

Garage/Yard Sales
10893 155th Lane, Live Oak, FL
(Hwy 51 to 104th St to 155th Ln)
Sat, 3/22 8am-until. YARD SALE.
Baby/children clothes, furniture,
misc items.

Campers/RV/Sales

WE BUY
USED RVS !
CALL 229-740-0375


Apartments for Rent
SPRING SPECIAL: First Month
Free. 1 & 2 Bdrm Apartments.
$500.00 moves you in. Call 386-
364-1140.

Houses for Rent
TWO houses for rent in Live
Oak, FL. 2Bd/1Ba. NO PETS!
$750/mo & $700/mo: 1st, last &
$300 sec. dep. req'd. 318-840-
4802 or 386-362-3002.

Mobile Homes for Rent
LIVE OAK 2 Bedrooms
from $350/mo. NO PETS. HUD
accepted. Security Deposit Re-
quired. Call 386-364-7660.

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

FirstDay
Three Bd/One Ba in Live Oak,
FL. Newly remodeled. $65,000.
Call for details. 407-701-7078.

Mobile Homes for Sale
DOUBLE WIDES
28x74 5bd/2ba, $34,900
28x52 3bd/2ba, $29,900
SINGLE WIDE
*16x80 3bd/2ba, $19,900
14x60 3bd/lba, very clean,
$10,500 (limited time only)
Delivery & setup will be
arranged.




See all photos at Repo123.com
Call 229-460-5362
SINGLE WIDE
16x80 3bd/2ba, $19,900
14x60 3bd/lba, very clean,
$10,500 (limited time only)
DOUBLE WIDES
28x74 5bd/2ba, $34,900
28x52 3bd/2ba, $29,900

Acreage/Land/Lots Sale
FIVE ACRES DOWLING PARK
Well, Septic, Power, Paved Rd
frontage. Owner financing. NO
DOWN $59,900 $526/mo.
352-215-1018
www.LandOwnerFinancing.com


Acreage/Land/Lots Sale
FOUR ACRES
O'BRIEN/McALPIN AREA
Beautiful Secluded Country Set-
ting. High & Dry. Owner Finan-
cing NO DOWN $19,900
$205/mo 352-215-1018
www.LandOwnerFinancinq.com
ONE ACRE PAVED
ROAD FRONTAGE
Beautifully Wooded, Owner Fin-
ance, No Down. $14,900. Only
$153/mo 352-215-1018
www.LandOwnerFinancing.com

Autos for Sale
CHEVROLET
CRUISE LT1 2014
14k miles, Dark Blue,
clean carfax,
$13,900.
call 850-559-7370
JEEP WRANGLER 1999 Soft
Top, 6cyl, auto, cold AC, High
millage, $4,900.
Call 912-266-1623
MITSUBISHI LANCER 2014
3200 miles, Black,
clean car fax,
$14,500.
call 850-559-7370

Vans for Sale
DODGE GRAND
CARAVAN SXT 2014,
Maroon, navigation, DVD,
loaded, 6500 miles,
clean carfax, $19,900.
call 850-559-7370

Motorcycles/ATV/Golf Cart

EZGO Txt Electric Golf
Cart 2007
Factory refurbished, like new,
1 yr old Trojan batteries
OEM light kit, 4 inch lift kit,
Rear flip seat, $4650,
Call 229-591-2027
Can be seen at Shiver Golf
Carts in Tifton


650. 19,00UUU miles. Bike has
footrest, crash bar, windshield,
and luggage rack. Asking
$2800.00 OBO. Call 386-209-
7000.

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Fox's new coming-of-age comedy promises laughs and nostalgia


By Jacqueline Spendlove
TV Media

Remember "The WonderYears?" The short-lived but
well-loved "My So-Called Life?" More recently,"That
'70s Show?" The coming-of-age motif never seems to get
old, perhaps because of the healthy dose of nostalgia it
instills in those of us who have made it out of our teen-
age years alive, if not unscathed.
The now-20- and 30-somethings who grew up
amongst the Walkmans, grunge flannel and way-too-big
jeans of the '90s should feel right at home with "Surviving
Jack" Fox's new ensemble series "about a man becom-
ing a dad, as his son is becoming a man, in a time before
'coming of age' was something you could Google." The
series is set in the '90s, and stars Christopher Meloni
("Law & Order: SpecialVictims Unit") as a no-nonsense
oncologist who becomes a full-time dad for the first time
in his life. Catch the series premiere Thursday, March 27,
on Fox.
Similar to "The WonderYears" style,"Surviving Jack" is
narrated by the future voice of the youngest member of
the family, just starting to come into himself. It's from his
perspective that the plot unfolds, as he reflects on his ex-
periences and misadventures growing up and approach-
ing manhood. Frankie Dunlevy (Connor Buckley,"The
Abduction of Zack Butterfield," 201 I1) is starting high
school having grown 10 inches over the summer and
gained those first precious scraps of attention from the
opposite sex.With all the awkwardness and uncomfort-
able situations that are part and parcel of one's teenage
years, it's about time Frankie has his dad around to help
lead him into manhood.
The humor in the show's premise comes from no-bull,
ex-military patriarch Jack Dunlevy's blunt and straightfor-
ward approach to life and parenting.The man is no warm,
lesson-spouting Ward Cleaver or Atticus Finch, though
that's not to say he loves his family any less than these
bastions of fatherhood.With his wife,Joanne (Rachael
Harris,"Suits"), returning to law school,Jack is taking up
the gauntlet of full-time parenthood a challenge that,
as a busy working man prior to this, is new to him.With
his 17-year-old daughter, Rachel (Claudia Lee,"Hart of
Dixie"), to wrangle as well as Frankie,Jack, like his son,
is entering an uncharted phase of his life that he has to
figure out as he goes.
If the gruff, tough-love father figure brings to mind
a similar character recently seen on (and quickly gone
from) prime time, that could be because of the creators.
"Surviving Jack" comes from longtime writing partners
Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker, who were also
behind the short-lived CBS sitcom "$#*! My Dad Says."
That show was based on Halpern's book of the same
name, which in turn was based on hisTwitter feed con-
sisting of hilarious and often off-color quotations from
his father, Sam. Despite the popularity of the feed and
the book, the series flopped and was canceled in its first
season after a mere 18 episodes.
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Says," it contains real-life material let's hope that it
translates better to the screen than his previous attempt.
While both books have been successful, that doesn't
guarantee a successful TV show, as "$#*! My Dad Says"
has dismally proven. Critics have noted the similarities
between the two shows both based on Halpern's re-
lationship with his father but Halpern is confident that
"Surviving Jack," and specifically this father figure, will
make a better transition to TV than "$#*! My Dad Says"
ever could. Citing a Television Critics Association Q&A,
Lisa De Moraes of Deadline.corn writes that Halpern's
response to what went wrong with the CBS sitcom was
that it was "very much the wrong tone," and that the dad
character"did not live well in a multi-cam sitcom world
where it's all about setup and punch lines. On a single
cam [which is the format of'Surviving Jack'], the comedy
comes more organically," he said. Of"$#*! My Dad Says,"
Halpern went further, and admitted in the Q&A that "it
was really bad."
As for the dad in question or at least the guy
playing him Meloni is looking forward to acting in
a comedy.With a long list of acting gigs behind him, he
tends to fall naturally into particularly serious roles. He
played convicted killer Chris Keller in the HBO series
"Oz" and an ancient and powerful vampire, Roman Zi-


Buckley star in "Surviving Jack"
mojic, in HBO's"True Blood," but is probably best known
for his role as NYPD Det. Elliot Stabler on NBC's police
drama,"Law & Order: SpecialVictims Unit," for which
he received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead
Actor in a Drama Series.
Of his much more lighthearted upcoming role, Meloni
tells E! News:"lt's very refreshing to wake up every day
and go,'I'm going to try and have some laughs today. I'm
going to try and play.'" Adds his on-screen wife Harris,
"he's super passionate about all aspects of the show."
Interestingly enough, Meloni's experience playing hard
and rigid characters should serve him well in the role of
Jack, albeit with different results. He'll still be portraying
an intimidating, no-nonsense and seemingly fearless bull
of a man, but this time it's to produce laughs.The oddball
pairing of these traits with a suburban, stay-at-home fa-
ther of two instead of a not-quite-by-the-book NYPD
cop or, you know, a 500-year-old vampire is a fantastic
starting point for a comedy.
The world is always up for a little nostalgia, and Fox is
here to deliver. So as long as "Surviving Jack" succeeds in
distancing itself from its forerunner, it has the makings of
a truly solid comedy. Check out the premiere Thursday,
March 27, on Fox.


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erators (HAMS) provide emergency radio communica-
tions for those organizations involved in emergencies like
law enforcement, hospitals, shelters and the American
Red Cross. Contact the club's president, Ron, 688-4057,
for more information.
Artisans and Growers Market
Opens in the Wirick-Simmons Garden
At the comer of Pearl and Cherry Streets
This market will be open the first Saturday of each
month from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
If you Make it -- Bake it -- Grow it -- or Sew it, you
can sell it here
$5.00 for your table We furnish three canopy tents
$10.00 for 12x12 space on lawn for your tent or pick-
up
All proceeds benefit the Monticello Old Jail Museum
For more information Contact:
Anne H. Holt
Phone: 850-576-0721
E-Mail: ahholt@ahholt.com
Boy Scout Troop 693 has new sponsor,
meeting location
Boy scout troop 693, Harry Reeve scoutmaster,
troop693@windstream.net, (386) 590-6121, have begun
meeting at the Live Oak Shrine Club, 11557 100th Street,
on Thursday, 6:30 8 p. m.
The Shrine Club has recently become its charter orga-
nization!
Membership is open to 11-17 year-old boys.
Attention bridge players
A group of bridge players meet every Monday at 6 p.m.
at Sakura Restaurant, 1548 S. Ohio Ave., Live Oak to play
Chicago bridge. We have openings for players. Please
contact Lucille Heinrich at 362-5995 for more informa-
tion.
Want to learn bridge or brush up on your skills? Meet at
Sakura Restaurtant on Monday at 5 p.m. for an hour of
FREE tutoring. Contact Lucille Heinrich at 362-5995 to
register.
Florida Telecommunications Relay
A representative from Florida Telecommunications Re-
lay, Inc will be at Beltone Hearing Aid Center, located at
109 East Howard Street in Live Oak on the first Monday
of every month to distribute FREE Hard of Hearing tele-
phones. Also, free hearing screening are available, if
there are any questions or to schedule an appointment call
Candi at 386-362-5452.


Florida Trail Association
Suwannee Chapter meetings
Meetings are held on the second Monday of each
month, except in July and Aug., at the Suwannee River
Water Management District Office, from 7-9 p.m. The
SRWMD office is located on US 90 and CR 49, two miles
east of Live Oak. The public is cordially invited to attend.
The mission of the FTA is to develop, maintain, pro-
mote and protect a continuous public hiking trail the
length of the state of Florida, called the Florida National
Scenic Trail, and other side and loop trails, together called
the Florida Trail System. Further, they are dedicated to
educating the public by teaching appreciation for and con-
servation of the natural beauty of Florida, and to provide
opportunities for hiking, camping and other outdoor ex-
periences.
For further information, you may go to the Florida Trail
Suwannee Chapter website at: suwannee.floridatrail.org,
or Suwannee MeetUp Group at:
www.meetup.com/suwannee-FTA. You may also contact
the Chapter Chair, Irvin Chance, at
andachance@msn.com or by phone at 386-330-2424.
American Legion Post 107
Monthly meetings on the first Thursday of each month
at 12 p.m. All active duty military members & veterans
are invited to attend. Contact Don Urwiller at 386-362-
5987. Post 107 location is 129 S., turn left at the Ameri-
can Flag and POW/MIA flag on to 142nd St. Post is 1
mile on the right.
American Legion Post 107
Turkey Shoot is held every other Saturday behind the
Legion Post starting at 12:30 p.m. We have 8 rounds of
fun and excitement and the winner of each round will re-
ceive either beef, pork, turkey or $$$$. Turkey Shoot is
OPEN to the public. Call 386-362-5987 for more infor-
mation. Post 107 location is 129 S., turn left at the Amer-
ican Flag and POW/MIA flag on to 142nd St. Post is 1
mile on the right.
The Live Oak Art Guild
Meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month
(except July and December), at the Suwannee River Re-
gional Library. Each meeting has a business agenda fol-
lowed by refreshments and a program. We welcome all
who are interested to attend.
Applications to fill vacancy at Advisory Council
Elder Options is a private, non-profit agency designat-
ed by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs to adminis-
ter state and federal grant programs for seniors and care-
givers in 16 counties. We serve as the Area Agency on


Aging, 1-800 Elder Helpline, and Aging and Disability
Resource Center.
Currently, we are accepting applications to fill a vacan-
cy on our Advisory Council in Suwannee County. Appli-
cants must be a resident of the County and should have an
active interest in social and nutrition programs for older
persons.
Members of the Advisory Council serve on a voluntary
basis without pay. For an application or more information,
visit our website at www.agingresources.org. You can
also contact Cindy Roberts at (352) 692-5260 or
robertsc @ agingresources.org.
The First Baptist clothes closet
Invites you to their clothes closet. We are located at 515
SW 5th St. (the old red barn that was Cheryl's Buffet). It
is open the first and third Thursday of every month from
8 a.m. until noon.
The clothing is free and ranges in sizes from newborn
to plus sizes for men, women and children.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Celebrate Recovery, a Christ-centered recovery pro-
gram
Freedom from your hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Some-
thing doesn't feel quite right? Are hurts from the past
haunting you? Do you feel like your life is out of control?
Are you tired of making the same mistakes over and over
again? Does it seem like certain habits have taken control
of your life? Join us at Melody Church every Friday
night! Fellowship/dinner at 6 p.m., group discussion at 7
p.m. Visit Melody Church at 10046 US HW 129 in Live
Oak, call 386-364-4800, or call Greg Player at 386-688-
1454 for more information.
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc.
Free breakfast & lunch
for ages 60 and older
When: Monday Friday
Where: Senior Center
1171 Nobles Ferry Road
Live Oak, Fla. 32064
Time: Breakfast 8:30 10 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m.
Make reservations for lunch by 9:30 a.m. 386-362-
1164
Suwannee County Branch NAACP Unit #5137
President: Mr. Lesley White
Mailing address: P.O. Box 6105, Live Oak, FL 32064
Telephone: 386-647-7360
Email: all01st@comcast.net
Meetings: First Monday in each month at 6 p.m. Ex.
Bd., 7 p.m. membership meeting.


Freckles are a common skin condition


Whether it's a light smattering of spots over the bridge of a person's nose or tiny spots covering
his or her arms and legs, freckles are a reality for thousands of people. Despite their prevalence,
many people are unsure just why freckles form or who is most likely to have them on their
bodies.
Freckles are spots on the skin that are produced from concentrations of melanin, which is the
pigment in the skin that gives it its color. Freckles generally show up on people who have fair
skin. Melanin is derived from the amino acid tyrosine, which helps with protein production in the
body. Melanin is usually a black-brown shade and is produced as a defense against the harmful
UV rays of the sun.
In the body, the melanocortin 1 receptor on the MC1 R gene helps produce melanin that tans the
body. Variants of the MC1 R gene will lead to freckles. Melanin is produced in two
types:pheomelanin and eumelanin. Individuals who primarily produce pheomelanin tend to have
freckles. Freckles also are largely genetic, and some identical twins may have similar freckle
patterns.


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are made more prominent by exposure to the sun. Simple freckles are usually small, tan and I 1
round. Sunburn freckles are larger, darker and more irregular in shape. You'll find them usually Freckles are very common on light-skinned people.
on the upper back and shoulders. Lentigines is the medical term for darker sunburn freckles that They form from exposuretothesun.
do not tend to fade in the winter.
Freckles, although most common on the face, can occur anywhere on the body that is repeatedly exposed to sun. While
freckles are not harmful and rarely lead to skin cancer, people who who have freckles are at a higher risk for other skin
conditions, which in turn may increase their risk of skin cancer. That's because a person with the pheomelanin type of melanin
has a lower concentration of photoprotective melanin that
guards against the harmful effects of UV radiation. People
Physical Therapy with freckles tend to burn more easily and need to rely on
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