The Lake City reporter

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Title:
The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title:
Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. 1967)
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Newspaper
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English
Publisher:
John H. Perry
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
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December 1, 2011
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daily (monday through friday)[<1969>-]
weekly[ former 1967-<1968>]
daily
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Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates:
30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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suspectDal's posses sion, i a utOmL atic; op ctomr tb tom s ou sdot he out 'Operation Grace,'
abated to help, n edtne o e City residents pay round 3:30 ai oie" ten in City officials saidthe $1 charge isvluni
Wr sttreoAusn 2y and residents' can opt out by s imply.nh utility b
A Lake City a man was arrest- By tOeDON JACKSON checking a box tweise tight side of raernGrc. wi auoai


ed early SW Main Blvd., probably wouldn't have noticed an extra $1 collects one dollar per month and sends it to Thebox
attempted robberies and an charge on their bills this month. continued SA Christian Service Center for needy families.


employee a box cutter and demanded food,
glracodngt olc.If it wasn'tf for an accompanying,:letter support the program.. curn bits







according to
LAround 3:30 a.m. Roderick with publicc notice written in all s arge
D e t nteductefor anyone Who chcks Customrs payingtheir city utility basrtan optent




Austin reports.
Mcrna Au Austin, 4 38 tobox to opt outside city finance etSEo
M c o al resta rant 49 m ae 1300 Lak -City water, c. .... "tom ers."* ? collect's one dolla rper month and sends it to The ,
SW M ain Blvd., probab ly wo ul t have no iced an e xra $1 GM,. cotn e 0,) M : Chisia Servic Cete for. needy-families.




Hernando St how, fled theithe restau-llsthis nth.
rant when the employee told him
box cutter and



police were called. food,



While officers were still at the
restaurant, Holly Morigan tod police her cell phonake hadCity Policebeen
D epa'r'tment



Astolen from her vehicle parkedts.
Auat TD Bank, 187 SW Baya Drive,



between 2 and 3 am. Witness
descriptions ofed the suspectrestaumatched that of a suspicious perrason near the embank parking lotold him
At about 4a.m. police respond- .
hiled to an attempted robberye still andt the
retauril theft at S&S, o490 SWMrgan told
policAve. There ell phonee said beea man




attempted to rob a customer then '
stole n alcfrom her veholicle drink, according to police.
at TDBefore arriving at the store, officer Eli Serren 2 ano saw Austin, whoitness
matched the description given ofsuspect
matched that of a suspicious persthe suspect, walking east on Brownt.
Street Austin ran when Serranodtred to an attempted robberyhim. Caght and short
disretancil theft at S&er, 490 Austin had a box cut-W Marion
Ave. 'Me employee said'a man attempted to-rob-a customer then




ter and the stolen cell phone in hisacco
possession, reports say.lice.
Before arriving at the store, offiAucer Eli Serrano saw Ausbooked tinto the
Columatched th e description given ofPhotos by JASON MATHEW WALKERILke City Reporter the suspect walking east on Brown
Street Austin ran when Serrano
tried to, stop him. Caught a short
distance later, Austin had a box cutter and the stolen cell Phone in his
possession, reports say., it h
Aousba Cut eetinn wa -bo.oked< .... ',' """ Photos by JASON MATT'HEW WALKER/Lake city Reporter
Facility without bond. He is Lake City resident Mark Rcse hands Gloria Lewis, a city customer service/billing representative, a payment for his water bill Wednesday at City
charged with robbery, resisting Hall. The City of'Lake City has adopted a new public assistance program called 'Operation Grace,' which collects $1 a month through contributions police, retail theft, larceny and automatically deducted from utility, bills. 'We can afford to do that,' Rose said. 'One more dollar isn't going to break me. A dollar isn't going to kill me two counts of trespassing. and it might save someone the hassle.' Widespread reaction to the new program-isn'tyet clear


Cigar City Looking for a little luck BillyGraham


Big Band admitted to

coming to N.C. hospital

FGC Dec. 3 N.C.- The Rev. Billy
Graham was admitted to a hospital
From staff reports Wednesday near his home in western
North Carolina to be tested for pneuThe Cigar City Big Band returns monia after suffering from congestion, a
to Florida Gateway College on cough and a slight fever, his spokesman
Dec. 3 for a night of Christmas said.
tunes and Big Band classics. The The 93-year-old evangelist was takeit
show is set for 7:30 p.m. at the to Mission- Hospital in
Levy Performing Arts Center and Asheville, spokesman
is sponsored by G.W. Hunter. A. Larry Ross said. His
This will be the second perfor- personal physician, D.
mance at FGC for the Tampa-based Lucian Rice, said he was
big band, which performed during in stable condition.
the 2009-10 Lyceum Series. A news release issued
'The concert went over really by the hospital said
well," said band leader Lee Farrell, Graham Graham was alert, smila former Lake City Community ing and waving to staff
College student. "We finished play- as he entered the hospital. Ross said
ing and people didn't leave, so we Graham was admitted for observation
played another tune. It was very and treatment and likely would spend the
touching for me because I had night there.
grown up in Lake City, and the For six decades, Graham led a worldpeople seemed to like it and were wide crusade-based ministry that packed
very enthusiastic about it. That stadiums with believers arid allowed him to
was one of the best days of my life, counsel every U.S. president since Harry
and I felt the bdtnd did a great job Truman. His most recent book, "Nearing
that night." Home," was published last month.
Ferrell got his musical start In recent years, age-related conditions
early at LCCC as part of the col- such as macular degeneration and hearJASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
FGC continued on 5A Two men are seen fishing on a pier at Montgomery Lake Tuesday afternoon. GRAHAM continued on 5A

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2A LAKE CITY REPORTER DAILY BRIEFING THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011

FL.ORD A.. Celebrity Birthdays
Wednesday: A$HIWednesday: W nd '" Dec. 1: Famer Lee Trevino is 72.
N/A Afternoon: 5-5-3 Afternoon: 2-3-3-6 Tuesday:. N Former CIA director 0 Rock musician John
5-8-9-23-28 Sfansfield Turner is 88. Densmore (The Doors) is
0 Actor-director Woody 67.
Allen is 76. E Actress-singer Bette
0 World Golf Hall of Midler is 66.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWSa r
Daily Scripture
McGraw can'record for another label "But the day of the Lord will
come like a thief. The heavens
NASHVILJE, Tenn. Country music life of his contract. Madonna and the board had said will disappear with a roar; the
superstar Tim McGraw won a court "Curb Records is trying to put Mr. the noise never topped legal levels, elements will be destroyed by
ruling Wednesday allowing him to McGraw's career on hold and that is The singer also said this March she'd fire, 'and the earth and everykeep recording while a lawsuit against causing Mr. McGraw damage every built a studio elsewhere and wasn't him by Curb Records makes its way day it occurs and it is a tragedy," said using the apartment for musical thing done in it will be laid through the courts. McGraw's attorney Bill Ramsey. moves anymore. bare. Since everything will be
Chancellor Russell Perkins ruled His attorneys argued that McGraw George, whose apartments
Wednesday after a four-hour hearing delivered one of his best albums yet upstairs from Madonna's in a building destroyed in this way, what kind that McGraw can sign with another and he wanted it to be the last record overlooking Central Park, had said the of people ought-you to be? You record label and record new music. he made with Curb Records. dance and exercise routines subjected ought to live holy and godly
Curb Records sought to prevent neighbors to "blaring music, stompMcGraw from recording or T r Port ing and shaking walls" for up to three lives"
Mc~rw fom ecoringor ignng Tyler Perry puts suportor a.Gorewsdiefo
with another label until he fulfilled hours a dayGeorge was drven from 2 Peter 3:10-11 NIV
what Curb believed was his obligation to Penn State victim her apartment at times by the "unbearfor a fifth album. McGraw is accused of PHILDELPHIA Fmak able" noise and vibrations, according
,reach of contract with a trial sched- to her lawsuit, filed in 2009. It sought it R
rac oc~trct wtha ril c~ed Tle Prr i eprssnghi sp-Lake ~it e orter
uled for July. Tyler Perry is expressing his sup- unspecified damages.
The performer port for an alleged victim in the HOW TO REACH US
known for his black Penn State child sex-abuse case, call- Main number ........ (386) 752-1293 BUSINESS
ing him a hero for coming forward. McCready must return Fax number .......... 752-9400 Controller Sue Brannon .... 754-0419
suit and tie in court The producer and director, who 5-year-old son today Circulation ............. 755-5445 (sbrannon@lakectyreporter.com)
suit and tie n c urt -y e r -ol s o b y l d ayOnline .. www.lkectyreporter.com
Wednesday and his went public last year with his own CIRCULAON
story of childhood molestation,. TAMPA- Country singer Mindy The Lake City Reporter, an affiliate of
wife, singer Faith HCIi, Community Newspapers Inc., is pub- Home delivery of the Lake City Reporter
watched from the pub- made his comments in an open letter McCready, who had been reported lished Tuesday through Sunday at 180 should be completed by 6:30 a.m.
lic seating. McGraw published Monday by Newsweek. missing, spoke with Florida authorities E. Duval St., Lake City, Fla. 32055. Tuesday through Saturday, and by 7.30
lid notetifng. w It is addressed to a boy Who was Wednesday and is aware of a court Periodical postage paid at Lake Cty. Fla. a.m. on Sunday.
did not testify and after bMember Audit Bureau of Circulation and Please call 386-755-5445 to report any
the ruling, shook his McGraw 11 when he reported alleged sexual order to return her 5-year-old son by The Associated Press. problems with your delivery service.
attorneys' hands and abuse by former assistant Penn this afternoon, police said. All material herein is property of the Lake In Columbia County, customers should
embraced his wife, saying he was "just State football coach Jerry Sandusky. Cape Coral Police Lt. Tony City Reporter. Reproduction in whole or catl before 100 a.m., to report a seremrad ha wAuthorities arrested Sandusky on Sizemore said McCready and her son in part is forbidden without the permis- vice error for same day re-delivery. After
ery happy." sion of the publisher. U.S. Postal Service 10:30 am., next day re-delivery or ser! His attorneys argued that Curb is Nov. 5 and charged him with molest- are not in the Lee County area, and No. 310-880. vice related credits will be issued.
trying to put his career on hold. He's ing eight boys over 15 years. that she is "currently outside of the POSTMASTER: Send address changes In all other counties where home delivery had a 20-year relationship, with the tei-ms of her family court stipulation." to Lake City Reporter, P.o. Box 1709,
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uihas had drug and alcohol problems, NEWS Home delivery rates
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bargained for was the most recent George's lawsuit against the singer and Families said a missing person songs, available at the time," said and their Manhattan building was rpt as id w ith peo
Bowen. sete so ensa.Lwesfr report was filed with Cape Coral CORRECTION
SMcGraw countersued on ground settled as of Wednesday. Lawyers for police Tuesday night after McCready
I M~ra contesue ongronds Madonna and the building's coop) took her son Zander from her father'sN
his career was being stymied and the board would say only that the matter home. The Lake City Reporter corrects errors of fact in news items.
label kept releasing greatest hit compi- was resolved. George's attorney didn't (AP) If you have a concern, question or suggestion, please call the.
nations that were used to draw out the immediately return a call. executive editor. Corrections and clarifications will run in this
space, And tnks for reading. "

AROUND FLORIDA THE WEATHER

Man dies in United States to South and Red tide spotted 1
Central America following 12FIA1
apartment fire hurricanes Katrina and off beaches sSUNN MOSTLY '< PARTLY PARTL
'PORT RICHEY A man The U.S. Department NAPLES- Officials say SUNNY CLOUDY CLOUDY
died and another person of Justice reports that a red tide bloom is causing wag hospitalized following George Gonzalez pleaded some dead fish to wash a fire at a Tampa Bay area guilty Wednesday in ashore along southwest H
apartment complex. ghitee District of Florida's coastline. HI 67 LO 37 HI70 10 39 HI 74 L0 48 HI 741.0 49 HI 76 LO 52
Pasco Fire Rescuereports Florida to one count of The Naples Daily News thatprice fixing. Gonzalez is reports samples taken
Wednesday morning at the former chief com Nov. 23 indicated medium
Ridge Gardens Apartmients mercial officer of Cielos to high levels of red tide in Port Richey. irines between 10 and 20 miles City Friday Saturday
Officials say the apart- Authorities say offshore. 9 a JcksonlIle Cape Canaveral 73/62/pc 75/64/pc
meant where the fire started Al norier Alina Corcoran a Tlahassee L Lake City, :65/46 Daytona Beach 73/57/s 76/61/pc
was a total loss, while sev- an d te agre researcher for the 63/38 67/37Ft. Lauderdale 78/67/s 78/69/pc
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to impose an increase to C71J52 Gainesville 71/43/s 74/50/pc
smoke and water damage. their fuel surcharges on says the redtide bloom /45 cala Jacksonville 68/48/s 71/54/pc
air cargo shipped from asterdfd lo',69/44 Jakovle 6/8s754p
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Group sues to September 2005 until at Collier counties 71/52 7058 L70/39/s 74/48/pc
stop power line least November 2005. Collier County officials 'a~ a" Miami 77/67/s 80/69/pc
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LAKE CITY REPORTER STATE & NATION THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011 3A


Buffett, Berkshire Tipster sentenced

pfor insider trading pay$150M for. paper

By JOSH FUNK Berkshire's chairman and chief By TOM HAYS corrupt lawyer in his firm
BO UBk rd ie Associated Press a decision the defense
Associated Press executive, previously indicated he argued had earned him a
would be unlikely to add to the corn- NEW YORK A probation-only sentence.
OMAHA, Neb. Billionaire investor pany's newspaper holdings because Manhattan lawyer was U.S. District Judge
Warren Buffett plans to buy his home- of the industry's dwindling returns, sentenced to six months Richard Sullivan agreed
town newspaper company, bypassing Berkshire owns the Buffalo News' behind bars and two years Santarlas deserved credit
his misgivings about the industry with and it has a sizable investment in the of probation Wednesday for his cooperation, saying
a $150 million deal that will end one of Washington Post Co. after telling a judge he it spared him a three-year
the industry's last sizeable employee- Buffett told Berkshire shareholders made a "profound mistake" term. But the judge said he
ownership plans. two years ago that most newspapers by providing inside tips needed to imprison the lawBuffett's Berkshire Hathaway also face the possibility of unending losses. ASSOCIATED PRESS on confidential Wall Street yer a short time to send th6
agreed to assume $50 million in debt 'They were only essential to adver- Warren Buffett, chairman of Berkshire deals. message to others in the
to acquire the Omaha World-Herald tisers as long as they were essential Hathaway, speaks on the sale of the Brien Santarlas, 34, was same position, "You don't Co., he told the company's flagship to the reader, and that is changing," Omaha World-Herald to Berkshire charged in what federal get a pass." newspaper, The Omaha World-Herald. Buffett said. Hathaway Wednesday in Omaha Neb. prosecutors have billed as As part of a plea deal,
The amount employees will receive The World-Herald is certain to be one of the largest insider Santarlas testified earlier
for each of their shares, which are not a relatively small part of Berkshire, The Omaha World-Herald Co. has trading cases in history. this year at the trial of tw6 publicly traded, wasn't disclosed, which generated a $2.28 billion profit about 1,600 employees, including "I made a profound mis- stock-trading brothers and
The purchase might be more senti- in the third quarter on $33.7 billion about 650 at the flagship newspaper take when I engaged in. a lawyer who were convict, mental than profitable for the Omaha- revenue. But Andy Kilpatrick, who in Omaha. Spokesman Joel Longsaid insider trading," Santarlas ed securities fraud. based Buffett, but he said in a state- wrote "Of Permanent Value: The Story The Omaha World-Herald has a daily said. "I'm ashamed. I'm Santarlas, while an attorment Wednesday the World-Herald of Warren Buffett," says the investor circulation of 135,282 and a Sunday embarrassed. I'm humili- ney at the corporate firm "delivers solid profits and is one of the doesn't buy companies if he doesn't circulation of 170,381. ated. ... It's something I'll Ropes & Gray, agreed t0 best-run newspapers in America." believe the deal will be profitable. Whether the deal is good for the never forgive myself for." join the insider-trading "I wouldn't do this if I thought this "I think it's sentimental for him, but current employee-owners will depend When first confronted by scheme after he spoke with was doomed to some sort of extinc- he doesn't do anything that doesn't on what they paid for their shares and the FBI in 2009, Santarlas a lawyer friend who knew a tion," Buffett told a morning meeting make business sense," Kilpatrick said. how long they've owned the stock, but immediately agreed to stock trader willing to pay of World-Herald shareholders, who The deal includes daily newspa- Long said such details of the owner- wear a wire to record con- cash for tips about mergers still must approve the, deal at a special pers the World-Herald owns in Grand ship plan would not be publicly dis- veisations with another and acquisitions, he said' meeting Dec. 20. Island, York, Kearney, North Platte and closed.
Buffett did not immediately respond Scottsbluff, as well as in Council Bluffs, World-Herald CEO Terry Kroeger to an interview request from The Iowa. The company also owns World said the company's employee-ownerAssociated Press, but his comments Marketing, which provides direct mar- ship structure was restrictive and had contrasted with earlier observations keting services in Omaha, Chicago, forced the newspaper to repurchase about the newspaper industry. Atlanta, Dallas and Los Angeles. stock from departing employees.



Police probe another FIREPLACE MAKEOVER

possible FAMU hazing 7,

Associated Press her legs. :4
Officer David Northway John W Burns Ill, Agent
TALLAHASSEE confirmed they are investi- 234 SW Main Boulevard Total average savings of
Authorities are investigat- Lake City, FL 32056
mng another possible case of gating whether the injuries Bus: 386-752-5866 FL 320 flfl*
hazing connected to Florida came from hazing. john.bums.cnj5@statefarni.com
A&M University band. A police report states
The Tallahassee Police the alleged battery started .,st Getting to know you and how
Department has openedand continued grates and you drive helps me find all the
an investigation into the through Nov. 7, shortly Likegift item alleged battery of 18-year- before drum major Robert K State a is ner,
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Hunter's parents told an Orlando hotel and died. CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7
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pay their water -The basic problem With
and gas bills dur- climate research is that'it is
ing te holdaysat best soft science, and this and beyond is a leaked correspondence demonfine idea, and we encourage D o yu aestrate just how unsettled it is.
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choice. te tropical troposphere unless
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What we don't like is City ~a bs.rd 2 and approach and discount a
Hall making that decision for us wealth of others," one scientist
then asking permission later. wrote. "This is just downright
The reference is to the $1 dangerous. We need to comsurcharge tacked on to the util- o you have a best Several times a week I'm municate the uncertainty and
ity bills of 13,000 residential fl friend, whowould away from ho me to teach, per- be honest." Nonsense, another
and commercial customers care enough about form with our band, play golf, or concluded: "The trick may be
starting this month. The money you to defend your other human activities. When to decide on the main message
is collected then sent to the Dlife to the death?, I arrive home she is always and use that to guide what's
Christian Service Center a, Or never get angry with you? happy to greet me, and you can included and what is left out"
fine organization, by the way Who loves you unconditionally? see the message on her face: But what if the Whole warming
- which distributes it based on Humans make wonderful best "Missed you! So glad you're phenomenon is "mainly a mulneed. friends. But how about our RobertD en home!" tidecadal natural fluctuation?"
And if you don't want to con- canine friends? Raise a dog, Bob.D Dennyoico Do good dogs do bad things? one scientists muses. "They'll
tribute? and treat it kindly, with thought-ArthypfeNobulieklusrbay.
You can check a box on ful training, and you will have us, they're working on it But The fact that different cliyour bill and be relieved of the that friend.Ceath"DgV sprr
obligation, as explained in an How did we ever hook up special traits were selected out Ceais tsnhe w Dog Whier mate studies reach widely
up because of the extra care, and tanusohwtorinurdifferent conclusions is not accompanying letter. with wild animals in the first tewreme eyopr- dog. One of the good per- srrsn.Mc ftegoa
So what's the problem? It's place? Dogs-the species- duce successful offspring. sonality characteristics dogs warming debate centers on the
only a buck a month, and if you were once wild wolves or foxes. Melly is our six-year-old black developed is a strongdesire to output of highly questionable don't want to give you can just -Biologists and anthropologists longhaired shepherd mix. She please. We can use this as an computer models that conjure
say no. I tell us that gradually, acciden- lives with us. We provide love, opportunity for the dog to learn figures from scarcely underProblem is, you shouldn't tally, we actually developed the medical care, feeding, triig behaviors that make them more stood variables, dubious raw
have to.. modern dog. and a good home. In retun, desirable as pets. Dogs enjoy data and gaping holes filled.
However well-intentioned, Early man probably attracted Mel rvdscmain'hip learning how to heel, fetch, asupinthtsgover Inment officials simply these wild creatures to camp- andl proeco panpricias come, sit, lie down, speak, an .'wt alluconirm s th usu-chr don't have the right to take sites, caves, and huts, because in fun activities. We'go on long stay. They're easy to train, if biases. No wonder that even as citizens' money without their of the smell of food, scraps, and hestghratpcslie .we take the time to understandreibetm raueesrpermission then make them the animal's curiosity. Now and Waters Lake, a mile-long dry them and train them. Reward, ments show global temperaask for it back however small. then they might throw the ani- lakebed in Gilchrist County. It's them when they do the right tures have fiatlined or been the sum. mal a bone. one place she can run free, and thing. If they respond to a com- falling for the past decade,
Worse yet it's just plain pre- Thank God, that like people, wears herself out doing so. I'll mand, reinforce that behavior claims of imminent catastrosumptuous for city officials to animals are all individuals and' hide in the bushes when she with a treat phe have grown more shrill.
think they know better than we have a diversity of physical and .Want a pet? Visit a shelter,Gabginwrmgou
ho t sen or haitbl bhvira tais.Soe f hee isn't watching, and see howGabginwrmgou
do ollasen tr hrtaleaia batracti e otes quickly she can track and find where your friend is waiting None of this would matter
dolar. rats aybeanattaciv cat me. I'll practice commands with there for you. Time, training, outside the halls of academia
-Yes, making sure the poor or an appealing facial shape. her as part of ongoing training, care, and, money you spend will except that this -field's activamong us have running water Some of their 'natural behav- like zome," "heel." ~ be a great investment in a hap- ists have spent years lobbying
and heat is a noble aim. iors could have been helpful, Once another dog traveig pier life for you, and your new governents to reorganize,
We're sure had the city made like the herding ins 'tinct and through the area approached friend, whole economies based on
this an opt-in program, enough protection from other animals and snarled at me. Melly quick- U oetDnyi iesdthe sketchy results of their
folks would have responded to or people. These special anil- ly went.nose to nose with the m et heth teis a cnsd highly debatable models. "It
meet the ever-growing need in mals surely got more attention viiomneaeueenhref tahealpsychlgyait, Florda seems that a few people have
ou muit y. boo oenet adeciate. werufllik, to stay between us and keep me Gateway College in Lake City. a very strong say, and no matButit' no fr gvermen ad apreiatd.Graualy, safe. The intruder quickly gave Comments- welcome at Bob.' ter how much talking goes
officials tcf meddle with the dic- over thousands of years, these, up without a fight Denny8@Pgmail.com. on beforehand, the big decitates of conscience, whatever sions are made at the eleventh
the stakes. DBS 1111 l 1 IIhour by a select core.group,"
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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL & NATIONAL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011 5A



Carnegie Day in Lake City GRAHAM: Hospitalized,

~ ''s'Continued From Page 1A

,~ ing loss have kept Graham at his home in Montreat, about
20 miles east of Asheville.
He was last hospitalized in May, when he spent five days at the same hospital for pneumonia. In October 2008, Graham was hospitalized after he tripped and fell over one of his dogs. Earlier that same year, he had elective surgery on a shunt that controls 'excess fluid on his brain. The shunt was first installed in 2000 and drains fluid that can ~ ~ ~ cause symptoms similar to Parkinsoiu's disease.
Graham has also suffered from prostate cancer and was hospitalized in 2007 for nearly two Weeks after experiencing ~' intestinal bleeding. His wife, Ruth, Bell Graham, died in June
2007.
Graham rarely, appears in public now. The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is run by Graham's son, Franklin.
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COURTESY PHOTO
Dale Carnegie instructor Robert Ganzak (left) poses with Mayor Stephen Will after the mayor presented a proclamation declaring it 'Carnegie Day' in Lake City. Dale Carnegie training focuses on developing leadership and public speaking. ASSOCIATED PREStskills. Graham in 2010.



FGC: Cigar City Big Band makes its return to Florida Gateway College Dec.. 3

Continued From Page LA

lege choir and stage band, Ybor City, nicknamed the but it was 30 years before "Cigar City," was able to he decided to take up music provide. as a career. The Cigar City consists
"I',d looked around for of 17 musicians: four tromafew years. for something bones, five saxophones, meaningful to do, and I four trumpets, the rhythm found a trombone, on eBay, section a piano, drummer, had the time to devote, to' it and bass as well is a singand wanted 'to start 'lp.yifi'g 'i The band hasalso'added, again ," he said. a. -four-part vocal, harmony,
He soon became involved group, called Take Note, toN in a community band "it. the mix. was like a high school con- The December 3 show cert band, but for adults" at Florida Gateway College
- but found he wanted will be the first Christmas
to form a group that per- show for the group. While formed big band music. the show is ChristmasIt took some time, but themned, expect to hear ~
Ferrell "kind of blundered some -traditional Big Bandinto some incredibly good era standards a well. musicians'. in some unex- 'We've 'got a lot of pected places Craigslist Christmas music we want classified advertisements, to do, but we've got some and .just general word-of- beautiful arrangements of mouth. 'other big band tunes, we
"It's funny, but once you, are going to work some of start meeting musicians, thoge in as well," he said. you find out about all of "It'll be all of the Christmas these other musicians and classics, with some other different bands out there," great tunes mixed in." Ferrell said. "But when* Tickets are currently you're trying to break into available for the Cigar it, these guys are pretty City Big Band Christmas tough to find." Spectacular $15 forgeneral
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6A LAKE CITY REPORTER CALENDAR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011 Page Editor: Robert Bridges, 754-d428

OM U NNAR Submit Community Calendar
announcements by mail or drop off at
the Reporter office located at 180 E.
Duval St., via fax to (386) 752-9400 or
C.0ML,,N1TY CAL...NDAR e-mail Ihamhpson @lakecityreporter.com.


Framery (386-754-2780), and raffles. the Seasons Cooking Friendship Luncheon of
Dec. 2 on line at highspringscom- Toy ride show on Dec. 5 from 6 the Lake City Newcomers
munitytheater.com and at The 10th annual Dream. 'The Sounds of to 9 p.m. The event is a and Friends Will be at
Community theater the door. machine Toy Ride will Christmas' sampling of dishes pre- Hannah's Seafood U.S.
Community Theater, be Dec. 3 at 10 a.m. at .The joyous sounds of pared by guest chefs. West on Dec. 7 at 11:30
130 NE first St. in High Fish fry fundraiser Rountree Moore Toyota Christmas will ring out at The cost is $15 per ticket a.m. All members, guests
Springs, will perform the Th fry f un ty in Lake City. Bring a new, Olivet Missionary Baptist and includes drinks and and friends are welcome.
Frank Capra classic "It's a t he Columbia County unwrapped toy or cash Church on Saturday, Dec. appetizers prior to the For more information call
Wonderful Life" weekends Chapter of the Bethune- donation for the Christmas 3 at 5 p.m. The songfest, show. It is sponsored Rose tayior at 755-2175.
from Dec. 2 until Dec. Alumni Association will be Dream Machine. Also titled 'Te Sounds of by the Woman's Club of
18. This year done in the sponsoring a fundraiser bring a nonperishable food Christmas," will feature Lake City. Call 755-0347 Dec. 14
style that has become a fish fry on Friday, item to donate. Thewe will choir members from area for information.
High Springs tradition, December 2 beginning at be an after party at the churches whose combined
as a staged Radio Show. 11 a.m. The fish fry will fairgrounds with barbecue voices will herald the Dec. 7 Newcomers and Friends
With all of your favorite be at the corner of Lake and local band, Scattergun. approaching holiday meeting
characters on stage, this Jeffery Road and Kimbefly Call (386) 362-6529. season. The community Olustee meeting The regular meeting 6f
year promises to be must Drive (old Amtrak station). is invited to join in the The Blue Grey Army is the Lake City Newcomers
see. Don't miss this heart Fish sandwiches will be Blank-Fest Florida celebration of praise and meeting 5:30 p.m. Dec. 7 and Friends will be held at
warming family enter-' $5 with a dessert. You Rockstar-Lounge, 723 thanksgiving, at the Central Building to 11am. on Dec. 14 atthe'
tainment. Shows will be may call in your order East Duval St. in Lake plan for Olustee 2012. The Eastside Village Clubhouse.
Fridays and Saturdays at at 752-7054. Thanks you City, will host Blank-Fest building is located at 409 Special entertainment
8 p.m. and Sundays at 2' Florida on Dec. 3. at 6 p.m. will be provided by Genie
for helping with this Flrd nDc .a ~. Dec. 5 fro Aqtichs Ctr.ucsis1 adwl
p.m. Tickets are avilable scholarship fundraiser. Admission is one blanket from Aquatics Cpter. Harris, accordianist
in High Springs at The that will-be donated to the Lunch is $10 and will
Coffee Clutch (386-454- Dec. 3 homeless. There will be Cooking show Friendship Luncheon be catered by Blue Roof
7593), in Lake City at The several bands performing The annual Celebrate The December Caterers.


Drive One 4 Ur School



JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter,
George H. Hudson Jr., Rountree-Moore Ford-Lincoln fleet manager, presents two checks totaling $7,460 to Jill Hunter, Columbia High School Student Activities Director on Wednesday This represents the Ford Drive One 4 Ur School event that was held on Sept 24 There were 273 test drives worth $20 each and an additional 200 FQrd Focus test drives worth $10 each The total fell 27 testdrives short of their goal to reach a total of
$8,000. The money will be distributed to the 23 different CHS organizations that participated in the test drives. This has turned into an annual Spring 4 and Fall event sponsored by Ford Motor Company and Rountree-Moore
Ford-Lincoln.






OBITUARIES

Caleb Calvin Hendry III Hospice program,- Monday, No- in the Failing Creek Cemetery. Marion B. Williams rangements are incomplete and
vember 28,'2011. Namon was The family will receive friends will be announced at a later date. Obituaries are phid advertise-:
Caleb Calvin Hendry III, 47, the epitome of what God created Friday, December 2, 2011 at The Mrs. Marion B. Williams, a resi- Arrangements entrusted to merits. For details, call the Lake beloved husband, father and man to be. He was a righteous Cooper Funeral Home Chapel' dent of Lake City, Florida passed COMBS FUNERAL HOME. City Reporter's classified depart, friend passed away November man filled with integrity, respect from 6:00 pm until 7:00 pm. away November 30, 2011. Ar- 292 NE Washington Street. ment at 752-1293. 20, 2011, in Sneliville Georgia. for all and a willingness from his Arrangements Entrusted ...... ...............
He was born heart to do whatever he could for to: COOPER FUNERAL
November 13, tiny that needed his assistance. HOME, 251 N.E. Washington *F SHIPPING FOR THE FIRST 1,000 ORDERS!
1964 in Tam- He was a good neighbor to those Street, Lake City, Fl. 32055.
pa, Florida, who have resided in the Patterthe eldest son son Avenue neighborhood. He Rosemary Parrott Parnell
of Caleb and so loved his family and friends. T
Janet Hendry. He will be greatly missed. Rosemary Parrott Parnell, 56
Caleb, grew up Namon was preceded in death of Lake City passed away on
in Belleview, by one son, Raymond, who died Saturday, November 26, 2011.
Florida and graduated from Lake in the Vietnam War; two loving She is predeceased by her pa.rWeir High School in 1982: He sisters, Janie and Dorothy; and ents Joseph Julian Parrott and had recently moved to Snellville, two brothers, Bill and Hewitt. Ida Bell Sapp Parrott 'and a GA to follow his career in auto He is survived by two loving and brother, Woodrow Parrott and financing. He is survived by his devoted nieces whom he cared sister, Catherine Parrott Davis. SLEEVE
daughter, Chelsey Calyn Hendry deeply for like a father, Verlon- Mrs. Parnell is survived by her BACK
of Lake City, two brothers, Dan- drea Carter and Judy K. Jackson, husband James Lewis Parnell of FRONT
iel Hendry (Dawn) of Mascotte, both of Lake City, FL; several Lake City, FL, three daughters, FL, Douglas Hendry (Gina) of other nieces and nephews to in- Belinda "BB" Parnell, Catherine Lady Lake, FL, and both parents 'lude Jerome Winston Jones Ott (Rodney) and Amber Pitts Caleb Calvin Hendry Jr. and Ja- (Rosetta), Lake City, FL; several (Chris) all of Lake City,.FL, five A
net Lydia Hendry of Belleview, cousins, relatives and sorrowing grandchildren, Cecilia Daugh-' Florida, and mother of his child friends. He was ,cared for by a erty, Brooklyn Pitts, Alana Gay- ',p and friend, Casey Hendry Rob- devoted nurse, Beverly Genus, lord, Brandan Pitts and Rodney erts. Caleb leaves behind many Lake City, FL. and Mrs. Cindy. Ott Jr. all of Lake City, Florida. nieces and nephews that he Funeral services for Mr. Jones If you wish to contact the famloved dearly and will miss him will be 1:00 P.M. Saturday, ily please feel free to email terribly. Caleb was an avid San December 3, 2011 at Union them at: bbp523@gmail.com Francisco 49'er fan and had a AME Church. 357 NW Queen Memorial services to be ar- 2 AT
passion for music that he shared Road. Rev. Gary DeSue, Pastor. ranged at a later date. ,
with his daughter. His daughter The family will receive friends
was the light of his life and he Friday, December 2, 2011 from
lived every moment letting her 5:00 7:00 P.M. in the chapel of Grace Register Sirkis know how much she was loved.. COMBS FUNERAL HOME. }. A Memorial service will be held Arrangements entrusted to Grace Register Sirkis, 65, \,' ~\'~
Saturday, December 3rd, 2011 Combs Funeral Home. 292 passed away on Tuesday, No- .
at 1:00 P.M. at First Presbyte- NE Washington Street. Lake vember 29, 2011 at The Health !
rian Church of Lake City, 697 City, FL. (386) 752-4366. Ca~e Center of Lake City. She '
SW Baya Dr. Lake City, Florida. Marq' Combs-Turner, L.F.D. was the daughter of William iv
Pastor Roy Martin will be of- "The Caring Professionals", and Lois Wheeler Register. NoT ACTUAL SIZE ficiating the service. Condo- 'She was a lifelong resident of ,
lences may be sentto First Pres- Lake City. She was a loving
byterian Church of Lake City. Franklin DeLeon. Mickler wife, mother, and grandmother that loved being on the water,
Namon B. Jones Franklin DeLeon Mickler, age 60 whether it was at the beach,
resident of 133.7 N.W. Joike Glen1 sailing on the ocean, water skiN .mon B. Jones, affectionately Lake City, FL. passed away ing, or just sitting by the river. t own to all as "Uncle Buddy" Monday, November 21I, 2011 at She was a member' of Westside was born August 11, 1921 in the V.A. Medi- Baptist Church. She is preLake City, cal Center ter- ....Y ceded in death by her brothers,.
Florda.'e miatin an.. James and Michael Register and ,
lived 90 great ,, illness. Born her father, William Register.
years He was in Columbia Survivors include her mother, 2 1
tethird of County he Lois Register of Lake' City, FL; S L E A L
five children vas the son of. her husband of 22 years, Stanley S L E ~ ~ L
born to the late Mrs. Corine Sirkis of Lake City, FL; daugh-'
Amos and Ju- Mickler and, ter, Amy (Dean) Chapman of American Eagle Silver Dollars struck from -ounce of pure silver were first
hia Rich Jones. the late Mr. Ru- ...' Lake City, FL; brothers, Jerry
Namnon was ben Mickler, Jr. (Pam) Register of Lake City, released on October 19, 1986. Since that time they've become the most highly
educated in the 'g He attended the .... FL and Steve (Teresa) Regis- prized silver coins inl the world. As of Novembei 1, 2011 collectors and investors
Columbia Coun- .;" public schools "-o ter of Dade City, FL; sisters,
tyScooSs ., # of Columbia County and was Vtcky (David) Estep of Yulee, have purchased 275,436,500 of them.
tem. He proudly. ': a 1970 graduate of Richardson FL, Phyllis (Ralph) Douglas of
entered the United States Army High School. He was a member Lake Butler, FL, Cindy (Howin 1944, faithfully serving his of New Hope United Methodist ard) Spradley of Lake City, FL, E C LE TH LD YG F !O D RN W
country where he fought in Church and was an honorably Sonya (Donnie) Suhl of Lake EX E EN HO IA GIT O DE NO I
World War II and was honorably discharged U.S. Army Veteran. City, FL; grandchildren, Blake discharged in 1948. After de- He leaves to mourn his pass- & Blair Chapman also survive. Now you can own the official 25thn Anniversary coin in Gecm LUncirculatcd parting from the military, he en- ing his wife, Claudia Mickler, Memorial services will be held tered Bethune Cookman College of Germany; 2 children, Au- at 11:00 A.M. on Friday, De- condition: This coin is considered by collectors to be one of the most important and and was awarded certification as drey and Olivia Mickler; both cember 2, 2011, with Pastor collectible coins in the 25- year history of the series. lt is a valuable and imPortant a Journeyman Electrician. He of'Germany; Mother; Mrs. Co- Elmer 'Crews officiating, in the later relocated to Milwaukee, rine Mickler, Lake City, Fl.; 1 chapel of Gateway-Forest Lawn addition to an/y American Eagle collection and would also make a thoughtful gift. Wisconsin where he furthered brother, Glenn L. Mickler, of Funeral Home. Visitation with To order your coins for only $39.95 call 1-800-647-0773. Your satisfaction is his education at Marquette Uni- Gainesville, FL.;'2 sisters, Ruby the family will be held one hour versity. He resided there for over M. Jones, Lake City, FL., and prior to service time (10:00A.M. assured Witha our 30-day money back guarantee. Price includes S&H. 30 years. Namon later retired Lucinda Mickler, Tallahassee, -l11:00A.M.) please leave muesfrom the VA Medical Center of Fl.; a host of Uncles, Aunts, sage of love & encouragement No additional purchase required. Offer valid while supplies lasi. Milwaukee, WI. 1-le furthered nieces, nephews, cousins, other at www.gatewayforestlawn.com his career in the banking system relatives and friends survive. GATEWAY-FOREST LAWN for several years thereafter. Vie Funeral' Services for Franklin FUNERAL HOME, 3596 was a member of the National DeLeon Mickler, will be 2:00 South U.S. 1Hwy 441, Lake City, '
American Legion until his de- pm Saturday, December 3, 2011 Florida 32025, (386) 752-1954 mise. Namon passed away in the at New H-ope United Methodist is in charge of arrangements. care of thc VA Medical Center Church. Interment will follow




LAKE CITY REPORTER HEALTH THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011 7A


Audio helped sway judge


to give Jackson doc jail

By Anthony Mccartney
Associated Press
LOS ANGELES The
voice of Michael Jackson
helped put the man who
ASSOCIATED PRESS killed him behind bars.
Michele Pereira sits with her daughters, Evangeline, 6, right, Itwasn't the familiar voice and Genevieve, 2, at a park in Ashland, Ore., on Nov. 14. A of hits such as "Billie Jean" registered nurse, Pereira is. among the growing number of and 'Thriller," but the slow, parents questioning the government's schedule of mandatory slurring recording of the, vaccinations for children, singer that was found on his
physician's cell phone that
helped convince a judge to
Ae sentence the doctor to jail ASSOCIATED PRESS
I\IP IM PA C T: M o re for four years. Above: Dr. Conrad Murray closes his eyes
The four-minute record- after he was sentenced to four years in counbuster revelations,e of theblDr.oc ty jail for his involuntary manslaughter convickids skip school ingwaonoftebck
Conrad Murray's involun- tion in the death of pop star Michael Jackson
sh ts i ta mnsagtrea on Nov. 29 in Superior Court in Los Angeles.
previously unknown piece S At left: A man shouts with joy after hearing
of evidence that revealed an the sentencing. of Muray. Murray Was senimpaired. Jackson describ- tenced to the maximum four years behind
By Mike Stobbe have exemption rates climb- ing his ambitions and aspi- bars by a judge who denounced him as a.
Associated Press ing beyond 5 percent. The rations as his personal phy- J reckless physician whose actions were a "disaverage state exemption rate sician listened. grace to the medical profession."
ATLANTA -- A rising has been estimated at less It was also one of the trinumber of parents in more than half that ars most haunting moments,
than half of states are opt- Even more troubling are and stuck in the mind of most, and that is the surrep- rebuke of him.The Houston- no as countless others did. ing out of school shots for pockets in some states where Superior Court Judge titious recording of Michael based cardiologist will be "But Dr. Murray was their kids. And in eight states, exemption rates are much Michael Pastor as he consid- Jackson by his trusted doc- confined to a one-man cell intrigued with the prospect. more than 1 in 20 public higher. In some rural counties ered in recent days how to tor," Pastor said. and kept away from other of this money-for-medicine
school kindergartners do not in northeast Washington, for sentence Murray for caus- Murray's attorneys never prisoners. madness," the judge said.
get all the vaccines required example, vaccination exemp- ing Jackson's unexpected explained in court why the With Jackson's family and Defense attorney J. for attendance, an Associated tion rates in recent years have death in June 2009. It wasn't recording was made, and Murray's mother and girl- Michael Flanagan said after Press analysis found. been above 20 percent and the only thing the judge prosecutors said they do friend looking on, the judge the sentencing hearing that
That has health officials even as high as 50 percent considered he unwaver- not know what substances called the doctor's actions Murray made the recording worried about possible new "Vaccine refusers tend .to ingly assailed the cardiolo- Jackson was under the influ- a "disgrace to the medical accidentally while playing outbreaks of diseases that cluster," said Saad Omer, an gist's decisions and ethics ence of when the audio was profession," and said he dis- with a new application on were all but stamped out Emory University epidemiol- for nearly 30 minutes on recorded six weeks before played a "failure of charac- his iPhone. He deleted it,
The AP analysis found ogist who has done extensive Tuesday but helped con- his death. Murray had been ter" and had showed a com- -but a computer investigator more than half of states have research on the issue. vince Pastor to give Murray giving the singer nightly plete lack of remorse for his recovered it from the docseen at least a slight, rise in Parents who let their kids the maximum sentence. doses of the anesthetic significant role in causing tor's phone after Jackson's the rate of exemptions over skip some vaccines put oth- Jurors unanimously con- propofol to help him sleep. Jackson's death. death.
the past five years. States ers at risk, victed Murray on Nov. 7, The doctor's time in a "It should be made very Pastor said he believed
with the high- health officials but it was up to Pastor on Los Angeles jail will be auto- clear that experimental the recording was made
estParents who let say. Because no Tuesday to sentence the matically reduced to less medicine is not going to be with more sinister intent
tion rates are vaccine is com- doctor and explain his pun- than two years due to laws tolerated, and Mr. Jackson 'That tape recording was
in the West their kids skip some pletely effec- ishment imposed due to California's was an experiment," Pastor Dr. Murray's insurance
and Upper vaccines put oth- five, if an out- prison overcrowding and said. 'The fact that he partic- policy," the judge said. "It
Midwest ers at risk, health break begins in "Of everything I heard budget woes. ipated in it does not excuse was designed to record his
It's "really officials say. Because an unvaccinated and saw during the course Murray, 58, will have or lessen the blame of Dr. patient surreptitiously; at gotten much no vaccine is corn- group of chil- of the trial, one aspect of plenty of time if he wants Murray, who simply could that patient's most vulnerworse," said pletely effective, if dren, a vacci- the evidence stands out the. to consider Pastor's harsh have walked away and said able point" Mary Selecky, an outbreak begins nated child may
secretary of in an unvaccinated still be at some
health for group of children, risk of getting
Washington a vaccinated child sick.
6 percent of may have found just 1 in 4 with HIV have it under control
tte hereto still be at some Studies T
public school risk of getting sick. that measles
parents have has suddenly By Mike Stouie There are various reasons each year has held steady in nosed and those who get inopted out re-emerged in Associated Press why more people aren't doing recent years, at about 50,000. and stay in treatment some
Rules for some commu- better, health officials said. The CDC analysis was experts said.
exemptions vary by state and nities with higher exemption ATLANTA -Only about 1 Some were still, early in their based on several sets of data, "Its not good enough to get can include medical, religious rates. Vaccinated kids are in 4 Americans with the AIDS treatment, when the virus including surveys and surveil- them tested," said Dr. .Diane or in some states philo- sometimes among the cases, virus have the infection under hadn't been beaten down to lance reports from 2010 and a Havlir, who runs the AIDS prosophil reasons. or children too young to be control with medications, feder- low levels yet Some dropped study that looked specifically gram at San Francisco General
Parents' reasons for skip- vaccinated. al health officials said Tuesday. routine care because of money at the medical care of people Hospital.
ping the shots vary. Some And measles isn't the only Part of the reason is that or other obstacles. Some didn't. with HIV San Francisco has been
doubt thatvaccines are essen- risk Last year, California had about 20 percent of those stick with it for other, more per- The good news is that unusually aggressive about tial. Others fear that vaccines more than 2,100 whooping infected with HIV don't know sonal reasons. And, in a small once HIV-infected people get closing that gap. Patients carry their own risks. And cough cases, and 10 infants it People can have an infection percentage of cases, the medi- plugged into medical care, the are routinely tested for HIV some find it easier to check died. Only one had received for years without developing cine may not have worked. drugs bring, the virus under at emergency rooms, and a box opting out than to get a first dose of vaccine. symptoms. The H1V virus can cause control nearly 80 percent of the everyone who is diagnosed
the shots and required paper- "your child's risk of get- An infection was once a AIDS, an illness that destroys time, health officials said. with HIVis offered treatment work. ting disease depends on what death sentence, but medica- the body's immune system and Butthere are still notenough Elsewhere, medical treatment
Still others are ambivalent, your neighbors do," Omer tions that have been available causes -about 16,000 deaths people being diagnosed, can be delayed until their believing in older vaccines said. for 15 years can turn it into a annually. In the United States, and there's a worrisome gap immune system dips to a cerbut questioning newer shots While it seems unlikely manageable condition,' allow- the number of new infections between those who are diag- tain level. against, say, chickenpoYL that diseases like polio' and ing those infected to live longer
The number of shots is also diphtheria could make a and healthier lives.
giving some parents pause. comeback in the U.S., immu- However, in its first study By the time most children nization expert Dr. Lance of the issue, the Centers for i1O \E TR
are 6, they will have been Rodewald says'it's not impos- Disease Controland Prevention '\"'
stuck with a needle about two Sible. found only a small fraction of ~\\'"~
dozen times -with many of "Polio can come back. people are being successfully ".~ those shots given in infancy. China was polio-free for two treated.
The cumulative effect~ of all decades, and just this year, '"The big picture is we could those shots has not been they were infected from do a lot better than we're '.'\ studied enough, some par- Pakistan. And there is a big doing today," said Dr. Thomas : '" \ K '
ents say outbreak of polio,. in China Fieden, the CDC's director. ~Q~~\\N
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health officials don't honestly federal Centers for Disease 40 percent are getting H1V- "'\ know" the effects of giving Control and Prevention, said lighting medications regularly. ~ so many 'vaccines to such in an email. Worse, only 28 percent have >. '
small children, said Jennifer He cited outbreaks of Hib, gotten the virus to low levels in M argulis, a mother of four a disease that can lead to their blood. "~" ""
and parenting book author in meningitis, among the Amish That translates to roughly Ashiand, Ore., a small liberal who don't consistently vac- 850,000 Americans who don't community that has unusu- cinate their children. Russia have the virus controlled,~ ally high vaccination exemp- had a huge diphtheria out- Frieden said: ."''k" K\.N
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have turned up over years cine coverage declined. ers, the CDC also found. ~r
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8A LAKE CITY REPORTER HEALTH THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011


Study

offers hope
for AIDSMaking sure forAIDS

protection kidney donors

By Malcolm Ritter
Associated Press
entists struggle to find a fa e as w ell
vaccine to prevent infection
with the AIDS virus, a study m
in mice suggests hope for a.
new approach one that doctors now want to test in people.
The treated mice in the
study appeared to have 100 Specialists insist the surgery
percent protection against ASSOCIATED PRESS
HIV. That doesn't mean the Krystal McLear, a kidney donor who i helping craft new policies to rarely brings serious
Strategy will work in people.-' Bteratey l ert wperle. improVe transplant centers' tracking of the long-term health of living kid- cli But several experts were complcations for the donor,
impressed. ney donors, poses for a portrait in Indian Head, Md. on Nov. 22 P
'This is a very important paper (about) a very By Lauran Neergaard are getting older. Some trans- out there that donors don't dangerous pancreas inflam- decision next year. Among
creative idea," says the gov- a Press plant centers are accepting want to be followed up. That's mation, a rare complication. the. concerns are donor coopemnent's AIDS chief Dr. donors Who would have been not necessarily the case,"! She was readmitted to the eration and whether transAnthony Fauci. He didn't HI N G turned away not too long ago says McLear, who insists hospital for seven more days plant centers have the staff
take part in the research. I TON because they're overweight that het doctors check 'her and out of work for 12 weeks, and money to do the 'trackThe new study involved M o r e or have high blood pressure. kidney and that her blood nearly twice as long as she'd ing.
injecting mice with a pro- and more More African-' expected. The National Kidney
tective gene, aft idea that's Vpeople are Americans, a lot of e there are The new pro- Foundation has long pushed
been tested against HIV donating one of their kid- who are more peope' posal: Transplant for such monitoring, *and
infection in animals for a neys to a loved one, a friend, prone to kid- a lot of ethical and emotional centers would some transplant centers that
decade. even a stranger, and now ney -disease, issues after transplant. If you have to. track at specalize in living donations
In the nearly 30 years a move is on. to make sure are becoming tell, me 99 percent of people least 90 percent of already try.
-since HIV was identified, those donors really fare as living donors their living kidney New York's Mount Sinai
scientists. haven't been well as they're promised. and theie's will not have a problem, donors for two MedicalCenter for example,
able to find a vaccine that Specialists insist the sur- less informa- I still want to make sure years not just opened. a living-donbr'cenis broadly effective. One gery rarely brings serious tion about I'm there to find the one if they're still alive ter two years ago that offers
boost came in 2009, when complications for the donor. their out- person that might' and having their nutrition and other posta large study in Thailand What's less certain is the risk comes. Even pesn h tmih. kidney checked, donation counselingin addishowed that an experimen- of any long-term health con- if people were Dr. Jennifer Veresey, but if they've had tion to health checks.
tal vaccine protected about sequences, in part because the picture Of hosritao' rnadmii- At p|olgetowri Urnington
a third of recipients against transplant centers can lose health when Geordetown University Hospital In Washington hns, developed Hospital in Washington, Dr. infection. That's. not good track of donors after they go they donated, any 'other health -Jennifer' Verbesey recently
enough for general use, but home. later-in-life problems, andhad saw a woman who was doing.
researchers are now trying "Who's taking care of the obesity, high blood pressure pressure remains low, any loss of income or insur- fine medically after donating to improve it donor after the surgery? and diabetes can raise the McLear traveled to ance due to their donation. a kidney to -her son, but had
Researchers reported the Really, no one is," says kid- risk of kidney disease. Michigan in 2008 to donate Separate proposals lay out post-surgery depression.
new results in mice online ney donor Krystal, McLear, 'We're changing," says a kidney to her 26-year-old the first standard -informed-, "For a lot of people, there Wednesday in the journal 32, of Indian Head, Md., who Dr. Connie Davis of the cousin, and is glad she did consent document to explain are a lot of ethical and emoNature. They hope to test serves on a committee for University of Washington her cousin is -thriving. the risks, and aim to elimi- tional issues aftertransplant," the approach in people in the network 'that runs the in Seattle, who heads the But McLear had :trouble nate variation in how centers, Verbesey says. "If youtell me a couple of years. Another U.S. organ transplant sys- UNOS living donor commit- finding out what to expect test a donor's fitness. 99 percent of people will not research team reported tem. tee. 'We really do need to about her own post-surgery The proposals are open have a problem, I still want to
similar success in monkeys The United Network for take a look at things again in health. And a week after the for public comment through make sure rm there to -find in 2009 and hopes to start Organ Sharing is debating real time to say, OK, in this donation, she developed a late December, before a final the one person that might" human tests even sooner. some new policies to change current climate what are our
A traditional vaccine that Among the proposals: risks?"
works by masquerading as A checklist for evaluating More than 90,000 people a germ, training the body's would-be donors and fully are on the national waiting immune system to build explaining the risks plus list for a kidney, and the wait specic d es ca jequireipen better noni- can.stret for years. There,, real germ'.shows up. Those tor those donors' health and are fewer than 17,000 kidney defenses are generally anti- social stability for two years. transplants a year. But more bodies, which are proteins Centers-would haxe to track than 6,000 of them each year in the blood that have just such things as the condition are thanks toliving donors. the right shape to grab onto of the remaining kidney, and Surgery always brings parts of an invading virus, whether the donor has, a risks, but donor deaths are Once that happens, the hard time getting health or extremely rare. UNOS data virus 'can't establish a last- life insurance afterward. shows, that since 2000, there' ing infection and is cleared There is reassuring data. have been 13 donor deaths from the body. A '2009 study from the within 30 days of a kidney
Scientists have identified University of Minnesota, for donation that were not from antibodies that neutralize a example, traced the records a clearly unrelated cause. wide range of, HIV strains, of nearly 3,700 people who Davis says no more than 5 but they've had trouble get- had donated a kidney there percent of donors experience ting people's immune sys- dating back four decades. surgical complications such tems to create those anti- It concluded those donors as bleeding or blood clots. bodies with a vaccine, lived a normal life span and What about later?
The gene-injection goal were no more likely than the Transplant centers are supis straightforward. 'Rather general population to suffer posed to do minimal monithan trying to train a per-' kidney failure later in life, tiring but a UNOS analysis .son's immune system to probably in part because found they lose track of too devise effective antibodies, they were so super-healthy many donors. Just a year why not just give a person to start after donation, they only
genes for those proteins? But there have been more knew if two-thirds were still The genes can slip into cells than 109,000 living kidney alive or dead, and far fewer in muscle or some other tis- donors nationwide in the past had had their remaining kid- I
sue and make them pump two decades, and they're a ney tested. out lots of the antibodies. bit different today. Donors "There is this perception

Doctors' financial ties may

lead to needless MRIs

By Lindsey Tanner there's no information on the
Associated Press patients' medical hiistory or ,, .,. ,outcome.

financial ties if your *doctor scanners use them excestest for .your aching back: ably don't need them, to help ,,
Patients whose physicians pay for the expensive equip- C 4R5
own the equipment are more ment and make a profit, said likely to get scans they might study co-author Dr. Ramnsey lIN
not need than those whose. Kilani, a radiology instructor Prventtve (Care AL 1 -rr
doctors have no financial 'at Duke University. ,Phscls interest, a small study sug- "Once you own a scan- siasBest of Pyia hrp
gests, ner, you have an incentive to Geriatric Care the erst
Researchers analyzed run it 24 hours a day," Kian Women's Health 5 Yer MRI Hand Therapy/
reports on 500 MRI scai's said.-
performed on patients with The study isn't the first to Diabetes Management Ultrasound ,Splinting
lower back pain that had suggest that' overtreatmenit 1 (367)'XRa.....Otepooss.rora
been sent for review to Duke is a risk when doctors have. ~ 4I~IttVS,(362)XRyOto rsiPoga
University. Of the 'scans a financial stae in media w r~rcrenediccontr CT-64- Slice Scanner Balance Disorders
with normal results, 106 care they order, and others " Digital Mammography ..

mchines versus 57 by doc- pain, but the research "helps ...
tors without financial ties. to quantify the degree of f The normal scans account- overutilization," Kilani said. ed for about half of those Medicare bars that kind I ________________,- ,________,ordered by surgeons with of financial relationship but ,, ,
financial connections, com- there's an exemption for in- "..
pared with about aquarter in office medical scanners ver- ''' --
the other group. The authors sus off-site machines, Ilani .' esP -.
only examined the scans, so said. ,__________,_________,,______________,_________,____




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BRIEFS


Moe's Night
set for Monday
The Columbia High
soccer teams will host a 9
Moe's Night fundraiser
from 5-8 p.m. Monday at Lady Indians Moe's Southwest Gri blast Bra ord
U.S. Highway 90 in Lake
City. The soccer program High at home. will receive a percentage
of the sales. From staff reporters
For details, call
365-1877. Columbia High's soccer
teams each picked up wins
hOM SOCCER earlier this week.
Final registration The boys' team defeated Lincoln High, 5-2, on
today, Saturday Monday.
Jimmy Blakely led the
Columbia Youth Tigers with three goals in
Soccer Association's
final two days of the, contest. Travis Berry
fiaton days e and Dakota 'Waters each
registration for its Winter had a goal. Assists were Recreational League are awarded to Rogeio Sosa 6-7 p.m. today and and Dylan Sessions.
11Columbia is 3-1.
Saturday at the CYSA CoLa is p e
Complex. Winter league The Lady Tigers picked
play begins Jan. 14. up a win against Hamilton
For details, call High on Monday, 8-0,
288-4481 or 288-2504. before falling to Panama
City Mosely High, 8-0, on
FORWl BASEBALL Wednesday.
Michaela Burton
Yard sale at had three goals against
Shiloh Baptist Hamilton. Holly Boris had
two goals. Other scorers
Fort White High's for the Lady Tigers were:
baseball program has Holly Boris, Megan Collins,
a combined yard sale, Joanne Ortiz and Jamie
bake sale and craft sale Vincent beginning at 8 a.m. The Lady Tigers are 2-6.
Saturday at Shiloh
Baptist Church on U.S. Fort White soccer JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Highway 27. Columbia High's Ashleigh Bridges (8) holds Beth Glass (1) at bay while passing the ball to captain Holly Boris (12) during a
For details, call Jeanne Fort White High's match against Suwannee on Nov. 3, Howellat28&5337. girls soccer team blasted 7.
Bradford High, 8-0, athome '" ... 'V BASEBALL on Monday,- then put a Fo Frt White's boys lost
Registration for scare into host EK. Yonge the second game of the
School before falling 2-1 on doubleheader, 8-0. The Lake City open Tuesday. Indians (2-5, 1-3) play game
In the second mercy win two at Keystone Heights on Lake City Columbia over district foe Bradford, Friday.
County Youth Baseball Lync6 Stalnaker, Rebecca
registration for 2012 is Onorati, Alexa Hatcher Lady ipdians basketball available at www.lcccyb. and Ashley -Beckman com. Online registration each scored two goals. Fort White's girls basketis $75 plus a transaction Kasey Blanchard has a pair ball team opened the District fee. Onsite registration is of assists, while Hatcher 5-4A season with a 49-40 5-7 p.m. Jan. 6, 13 and 20, and Beckman each had road win over Interlachen and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. one. High on Tuesday.
Jan. 7, 14 and 21 at Beckman scored the goal Tasha Robinson paced
Southside Sports against PK. Yonge in the the Lady Indians with 22
Complex at a cost of $80. 50th minute. points. Khadijah Ingram
For details, call Tad The Blue Wave led 2-0 at chipped in six points.
Cervantes at 365-4810 or halftime on goals by Allison Fort White lost 56-24 David Williams at Mervau (13th minute) and to Baker County High at
(386) 697-0764. Anya Bernhard (30th min- home on Monday. Cenise
fute). Armstrong and Robinson
N From staff repor The Lady Indians (5-4, all each scored six points.
district) play at Keystone Fort White (2-2) hosts BRANDON FINLEY/Lake City Reporter
AM E Heights High at 5 p.m. Bradford High in a district Columbia Highs Cody Beadles presses the soccer ball forward up the field duringa
GAM ES Friday. game at 7 p.m. today preseason game in Jacksonville.
Today
*l Fort White High girlsCHwr s i gt
basketball vs. Bradford
*I Fort White High boyshodI vt ina
basketball at Bradfordho d n it t n l
High, 7:30 p.m. (JV-6)
FridayonS tra
Columbia High
Invitational, TBA
Fort White High 10-team field and there is a 10-team
soccer at Keystone e'~mected for field. Joining Columbia
Heights High, 7 p.m. 1" '"are Bradford, DeLand,
(g irls-5) tournlatfent. Forest (Ocala), Forrest
Saturday (Jacksonville), Gainesville,
Columbia High From staff reports Interlachen, Ridgeview,
wrestling hosts Tiger Vanguard and Yulee high
Invitational, 10 a.m. Columbia High's wres- schools.
*] Columbia High r' fling team is hosting the Weigh-in for the wressoccer at Capital City ,,Tiger Invitational on tiers is 8 a.m. and the tourInvitational, TBA Saturday. Continuous action nament is expected to con* Columbia High boys COURTESY PHOTO begins at 10 a.m. clude by 4 p.m. The goal is
basketball at Suwannee Columbia High's Isaac Henderson pins his First Coast High opponent in the first period during The tournament format for each wrestler to get five High, 7:30 p.m. (JV-6) the meet at Fletcher High on Nov, 19, is individual round robin ,matches.
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SCOREBOARD

TELEVISION Dec. 27: Little Caesars Pizza Bowl June 26 European Grand Prix
TELEV SIO N at Detroit, Big Ten vs. MAC, 4:30 p.m. (Sebastian Vettel)
(ESPN2) July 10- British Grand Prix (Fernando
TV sports Dec. 27: Belk Bowl at Charlotte, N.C., Alonso)
ACC vs. Big East, 8 p.m. (ESPN) July 24 German Grand Prix (Lewis
Today Dec. 28: Military Bowl at Washington, Hamilton)
BOXING At large vs.ACC, 4:30 p.m. (ESPN) July 31 Hungarian Grand Prix
I I p.m. Dec. 28: Holiday Bowl at San Diego, (Jenson Button)
FSN Junior middleweights, Hugo Big 12 vs. Pac- 12, 8 p.m. (ESPN) Aug. 28 Belgian Grand Prix Centeno Jr. (10-0-0) vs. David Lopez Dec. 29: Champs Sports Bowl at (Sebastian Vettel) (3-6-3), at Los Angeles Orlando, ACC vs. Big East, 5:30 p.m. Sep. I I Italian Grand Prix (Sebastian
COLLEGE FOOTBALL (ESPN) Vettel)
8 p.m. Dec. 29: Alamo Bowl at San Antonio, Sep. 25 Singapore Grand Prix
ESPN West Virginia at South Pac- 12 vs. Big 12, 9 p.m. (ESPN) (Sebastian Vettel)
Florida Dec. 30:Armed Forces Bowl at Dallas, Oct. 9 -Japanese Grand Prix (Jensoni
GOLF CUSA vs. BYU, Noon (ESPN) Button)
9 a.m. Dec. 30: Pinstripe Bowl at Bronx, N.Y., Oct. 16 Korean Grand Prix
TGC Sunshine Tour, Nedbank Big East vs. Big 12,3:30 p.m. (ESPN) (Sebastian Vettel)
Challenge, first round, at Sun City, South Dec. 30: Music City Bowl at Nashville, Oct. 30 Indian Grand Prix Africa (same-day tape) Tenn., SEC vs.ACC, 6:40 p.m. (ESPN) (Sebastian Vettel)
3 p.m. Dec. 30: Insight Bowl at Tempe, Ariz., Nov. 13 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix .
TGC -World Challenge, first round, Big 12 vs. Big 10, 10 p.m. (ESPN) (Lewis Hamilton)
atThousand Oaks, Calif. Dec. 3 1: Meinke Car Care Bowl at Nov. 27 Brazilian Grand Prix (Mark '
12 midnight Houston, Big 12 vs. Big Ten, Noon (ESPN) Webber)J
TGC European PGA Tour. Hong Dec. 3 1: Sun Bowl at El Paso, Texas, Points leaders final
Kong Open, first round Pac-12 vs.ACC, 2 p.m. (CBS) I. Sebastian Vettel, 392.
MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Dec. 3 1: Liberty Bowl at Memphis, 2.Jenson Button, 270.
7:30 p.m. Tenn., SEC vs, CUSA, 3:30 p.m. (ESPN) 3. Mark Webber, 258. COURT&SY PHOTO
ESPN2 StJohn's at Kentucky Dec. 31: Fight Hunger Bowl at 4. Fernando Alonso, 257.
9:30 p.m. San Francisco, Pac-12 vs. ACCIWAC, 5. Lewis Hamilton, 227. inned dow n
ESPN2 Georgetown at Alabama 3:30 p.m. (ESPN) 6. FellpeMassa, 118.
NFL Dec. 31: Chick-fil-A Bowl at Atlanta, 7. Nico Rosberg. 89. Columbia High's Daniel Devers pins his Buchholz High opponent in the first period during
N p.m. SEC vs.ACC, 7:30 p.m.,(ESPN) 8. Michael Schumacher, 76. the meet at Fletcher High on Nov. 19. The wrestling team is hosting the Tiger Invitational on
NFL Philadelphia at Seattle Jan. 2:TlcketClty Bowl at Dallas, Big 12 9. Adrian Sutil. 42.
vs.Saturday. Continuous action begins at 10 a.m. For details, call coach Andrew Porter at FOOTBALL Big 2: Capital One Bowl at Orlando, II. Nick Heidfeld, 34. 623-4724.
FO OTBA LL 'Big I0 vs. SEC, I p.m. (ESPN) 12. Kamui Kobayashi, 30.
Jan. 2: Outback Bowl at Tampa, SEC vs. 13. Paul di Resta, 27.
NFL standings Big 10,-1 p.m. (ABC) 14.Jaime Aiguersuari, 26.
Jan. 2: Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Big IS. Sebastien Bueml, IS.
AMERICAN CONFERENCE 10 vs. SEC, I p.m. (ESPN2)
East Jan. 2. Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif., GOLF
W L T Pct PF PA BCS (Pac-12 champion) vs. BCS (Big Ten GO LF
New England 8 3 0 .727 331 223 champion), 5 p.m. (ESPN)
N.Y.Jets 6 5 0 .545 256 241 Jan. 2: Fiesta Bowl at Glendale, Golf week
Buffalo 5 6' 0.455 261 281 Ariz, BCS vs. BCS (Big 12 champion),
Miami 3 8 0.273 212 206 8:30 p.m. (ESPN) PGATOUR
South Jan. 3: Sugar Bowl at New Orleans, CHEVRON WORLD CHALLENGE
W L T Pct PF PA BCS (At-large) vs. BCS (SEC Champion), Site:Thousand Oaks, Calif. Houston 8 3 0.727 293 179 8 p.m. (ESPN) Schedule:Today-Sunday.
Tennessee 6 5 0 .545 226 212 Jan. 4: Orange Bowl at Miami, BCS Course: Sherwood Country Club
Jacksonville 3 8 0.273 138 200 (At-large) vs. BCS (ACC Champion), (7,052 yards, par 72). Indianapolis 0 II 0 .000 150 327 8 p.m. (ESPN) Purse: $5 million.Winner's share: $1.2
North Jan. 6: Cotton Bowl at AringtonTexas, million.
W L T Pct PF PA Big 12 vs. SEC, 8 p.m (FOX) Television: Golf Channel (Today-Friday,
Baltimore 8 3 0.727272 182 Jan. 7: BBVA Compass, Bowl at 3-6p.m..8:30-I1:30p.m;Saturday-Sunday
Pittsburgh 8 3 0.727 233 188 Birmingham, Ala., Big East vs. SEC, Noon 1-3 p.m.) and NBC (Saturday-Sunday, Cincinnati 7 4 0.636 259 215 (ESPN) 3-6 p.m.).
Cleveland 4 7 0.364 165 216 Jan. 8: GoDaddy.com Bowl at Mobile,. Field: Keegan Bradley, Paul Casey, K.J.
West Ala., Sun Belt vs. MAC, 9 p.m. (ESPN) Choi, Jason Day, Rickle Fowler, Jim Furyk,
W L T Pct PF PA Jan. 9: BCS National Championship Bill Haas, Zach Johnson, Matt Kuchar,
Oakland 7 4 0 .636 260 274 at New Orleans, BC$I vs. BCS2, Martin Laird, Hunter Mahan, Webb
Denver 6 5 0.545 221 260 8:30 p m. (ESPN) Simpson, Steve Stricker, Bo Van Pelt, Nick
Kansas City 4 7 0.364 153 265 Watney, Bubba Watson, Gary Woodland,
San Diego 4 7 0 .364249 275 BTBA LL TigerWoods. JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
NATIONAL CONFERENCE B SUNSHINETOUR Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray (11) attempts to escape a tackle made by Florida's
East NEDBANK GOLF CHALLENGE
W L T Pct PF PA Top 25 schedule Site: Sun City, South Africa. Ronald Powell in a game on Oct 29.
Dallas 7 4 0 .636 270 225 Schedule:Today-Sunday. defense looks to
N.Y. Giants 6 5 0.545 252 277 Today's Games Course: Gary Player Country Club G e o -l.
Philadelphia 4 7 0.364 257 251 No. I Kentucky vs. St John's, 7:30 p.m. (7,590 yards, par 72). .
Washington 4 7 0.364 183 222 No. 12 Alabama vs. Georgetown, Purse: $5 milon. Winner's share: m aea ra gi sL S
South 9:30 p.m. $1.25 million.
W L T Pct PF PA Friday's Games Tel evslon:. G91f Channel (TodayAtanw ri 7 -4 0.636 259227 No. 4 Syracuse vs. No, 10 Florda, Sunday, 9 am.- 12:30 p.m.).
ATapa Bay .4 7 0 36'199 291 630.pm. OTHERTOURNAMENTS ..
TampaBay 4 7 0.364 199 291 No. 6 Louisville vs. No. 20 Vanderbilt, MEN.
Carolina 3 8 0.273 252 305 8:30 p.m. PGA TOUR: PGA Tour Qualifying By PAUL NEWBERRY Commings'stirred things defensive units, with good
North No. 13 Missouri vs.' Northwestern Tournament, through Monday. Television: Associated Press up week boldly proW L T Pet PF PA Sae8P..GlCanl(tudy una,47pm; Ascae rs this wekby blypr-reason: The Crimsonide
Green L 0 01 P State, 8 p.m. Golf Channel (Saturday-Sunday, 4-7 p.m.; claiming that Georgia has leads the nation in all four
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to know how much I agree DEAR ABBY. By teachwith your answer to "Payipg ing children that it's OK
BABY BLUES for My Popcorn in Oregon" to cheat on this particular
(Sept 15),%who complained issue, they will generalVpA TJIAN6 Of AT P%0 g i N 16 To N VI) about her niece sneaking ize that it's OK to cheat
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the law"I started out by goes for popcorn. Let's be school because "he makes
1 i Ki;', asking, "How many of you serious. How much does the tests too hard," or to
C: teach your children to lie, popcorn cost? A tub of pop- engage in underage drink.,, .'i .> cheat or steal?" Of course corn at a theater is $7.50. mg.because "the law is stunobody admitted they did. My children want the pid, and,besides, everyone I then had about 20 items whole theater experience, does it." I'd list, the movie food which includes a snack. Just wait until they
SO o...HOW Al CUZ WE ALWAYS BUT. THE WHY DOES YOUR HAIR NONE OF issue being one, driving How can a family afford to decide it's OK to sneak
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES? DISAGREE AND I ""LOOK LIKE THE Y OUR
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OUT! ASTION OF so on. At least one of the prices? Theater owners Mom says "no" because
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FTHE WOL 20 applied to everybody, should be able to make "her reasons are lame!"'
WHAT AOUT Then I'd say: "You That mother had better
AT BOUTa reasonable profit on the PREEt___ taught your kids that it was snacks, but this is ridic- be careful when she justix\ _. IOK to lie, cheat and steal lous Sorry, I will continue ies, because what parents
HAT ABOUT it's only getting caughtmy snacks in teach their kids will affect
.IBE1Y~ that's bad. That's why you them sooner or later.
are in my class today." DEAR ABBY: While I SUSIE IN OLYMPIA,
This is what that niece is agree that it is the theater WASH.
BEETLE BAILEY teaching her, children. operators' prerogative DEAR ABBY: "Paying"
PAUL IN DENVER to set policy and make could search for activities to
No! DERNU: hn o money, I have done what help them see another way
IWANTEP for agreeing. However, the niece is doing, but of looking at the world.
o YOU WATE ~I'm sorry to say that many for different reasons. My Instead of going to a
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Mom:,EA EE~r children and I are allergic.
BUS! was more about the cost to corn products as well as aunt arrange to take the
and selection of snacks artificial colors and flavor- children (with or without than that of cheating the wings ingredients in every her niece) to an outing such Theater owners. My news- product commonly sold at as craft time at a library, a
/ I,, paper readers cBomment nvie concession stands. visit to a museum, or gather
DEAR ABBY: For a fain- Recently my family has in the kitchen to share a HAGARTHE HORRIBLE ily of four to see a movie made A different choice. family recipe and donate
and get a drink and pop- We either eat before we the food to a local shelter. ?I4E 2 A Li25 A1A4QgtA&E i t\Y JL~ri4A' t~4urY F gr/IA corn or candy costp about go, or we wait for the DVD AN AWESOME AUNT IN
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theater, and they charge food, they also exclude my P.O. Box 69440, Los a whopping $5.The same family. -ALLERGIC IN Angeles, CA 90069.

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FO mind and move forward. A Sharing your true feel- or living arrangements
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Attention Comcast Customers Im- of ineligibility by the supervisor and Gateway Baptist Church is accept- 05528912 ATTENTION COMCAST CABLE portant Information about your serv- removal of the registered voter's ing appls, for paid nursery work- Itrse naMdclCre?
ices: name from the statewide voter regis- ers. Must be at least 18 years of Express Training offers
On or around December 31, 2011, While we continue to make invest- tration system. age and able to pass a background courses for beginners & exp
for current and new residential and ments, we periodically need to adjust Published one time in the Lake City check. Must be avail, on Sunday Nursing Assistant, $479 commercial subscribers in Lake City prices due to increases in program- Reporter mornings & evenings, Wed. eve- next class-12/12/10
and Live Oak, Comcast will: ming and other business costs. Start- Elizabeth "Liz" P. Home nings& for special events as needRae: aples to o Indv a lssl~g etg o seileensa ed
Pmonamerchan n$ or aln I Add Fox Soccer HD, channel 517, ing January 1, 2012, new prices will Columbia County Supervisor of picked.rcn Phlebotomy cta
Eah is o-edbertem.m to the HD Digital Preferred tier and apply to certain video, Iternet serv- Elections ted. Apsan b up5 SW rta e d to,$0 ntioal 01
This Is a no the'HD Sports Entertainment Pack. ices and installation fees as indicated 971 W, Duval Street, Suite 102 turned at 3252 SW State Road tion, $800 next class-01/26/12
9 Add Oxygen HD, channel 524, to in this notice. These price changes Lake City, FL 32055 247, Lake City.
HD Digital Starter, apply to the following service areas: (386) 758-1026 Director of Allied Health
9 Remove HBO Family HD, channel St. Augustine, Palatka, Welaka, Lake Programs (RN) wanted at North C
484, and More Max HD, channel City, Live Oak, Mayo, Jennings and 05529294 Fees inel. books, supplies, exam
ad 486, from HD Premium tier. Alachua County. Deceinber 1, 2011 Florida Community College. fees. Call 386-755-4401 or
daysCURRENT NEW __See www.nfcc.edu for details. expresstrainingservices.com
RateIappvieuatopselrit A dgtlraytelevision set an/rOne Product In"*.'. .n~ Sales Position available for
Ea It mer cad a digital equipment may be required to $50.00 $20.00 motivated'individual Rountree Ait-a evon tdr e d IsltnSe io aa
This een e receive certain digital channels or Two Product Installation*t STT FFOIA RMNL Moore Toyota, Great benefits, paid
services. Service charges may apply. $80.00 $40.00 JUSTICE STANDARDS & AIN- training/vacation. Exp. a plus but 310 Pets & Supplies
Subscription to High-Definition tele- Three Product Installation*t ING COMMISSION, not necessary. Call Anthony
vision required to receive lD chan- $99.00 $60.00 Petitioner Cosentino 386-623-7442ePeBLI
7 nels. Services not available in all Technician Visit* VS. Cosentno386- 2PUBLISHER'S NOTE
areas, restrictions apply. For infor- N/A $30.00 CLIFTON C. LIVINGSTON, Case STYLIST NEEDED at Florida Lw 828.29 requires dogs
nation, please call 1-800-934-6489. Field Collection Fee #31873 Southern Exposure. and cats being sold to be at least 8
lines 6 ays E $20.00 $25.00 Rspondent 386-752-4614 weeks old and have a health
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Pe ra rotochriatde a000 sess. 05529281 Convenience Fee Agent NOTICE OF ACTION Call for info. certificate from.a licensed
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Additional Outlet (New) Residence Unknown o Medical have mandatory shots and are
N/A $30.00 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Ad- 120Emloment free from intestinal and external
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD Additional Outlet (Prewired) ministrative Complaint has been E o nrrites t an eernl
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR N/A $15.00 filed against you seeking to revoke life pa ste lcnsepeciesoida
COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA Service Call your CORRECTIONAL Certificate 05529186 life must be licensed by Florida
Item Wad CASE NO.: 11-382-CA $50.00 $50.00 in accordance with Section LEARN TO DRAW BLOOD Fish and Wildlife. Ifyouare
4 e FIRST FEDERAL BANK OF Self Install Kit (Single-Produbt) 943.1395, ES., and any rules pro- Local Phlebotomy Course unsure, contact the local
le 6 $ FLORIDA, a Banking corporation $15.00 $10.00 mulgated thereunder. offered in Lake City, FLA office for information.
Rate applies to private Individuals iling C icate program.
F11personat nrhandlse a $2500 o organized under the laws of the Unit- Self Install Kit (Multi-product) You are required to serve a written Certif
Eacttitem mos ed States of America, f/k/a FIRST $30.00 $10.00 copy of your intent to request a hear- Li0estock3&
FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK OF Self Install Kit Shipping and pu t to Section 120.57, F.S. .33 Supplies
FLORIDA dling (Single and Multi Product) upon Michael Crews, PROGRAM
Plaintiff, $10.00 $9.95 DIRECTOR, Criminal Justice Pro- 05529311 Hay For Sale
$1.0$.9seialBlig.aae Square bales or rolls.
VS A HLGN an EI. Self Install Kit Shipping and Han- fessionalism Program, Florida De- Medical Billing Manager S b
KARTIAding (Priority Shipping) partment of Law Enforcement, P. 0. Several years of experience in (386)365-1425
One Item par eel NA PHILOGENE, ET AL, $30.00 $29.95 Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida medical office insurance Ronnie Hughes
4 lines 6 days Eaddition Defendants Home Networking Installation* 32302-1489, on or before January 8, coding, and billing required.,
I Rate appllesitoprvaeanduass NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE $149.99 $119.99 2012. Failure to do so will result in a Excellent Salary & benefits
personal merchandise totalling $4,000 or ss SALE default being entered against you to Apply in confidence,
ThiIsa et-ef g Inlude a PefracpItrerOnyiealmbig aaispl 407 Computers
Ea TTeu abe atic NOTICE is hereby given that P. $59.95 $62.95 Revoke said certification pursuant to Email: mafaisa05(0vahoo.com
DEWITT CASON, Clerk of the Ci1- Blast!@ (Only) Section 120.60, F.S., and Rule 1liB- or Fax: 386-758-5987 DELL Computer,
cult Court of Columbia County, Flor- $69.95 $72.95 27, FA.C. '$80.00
ida, will on the 4th day of January, Directory assistance charges Dated: November 8, 2011 "8$80.00
2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the Columbia $1.50 $1.99 Ernest W. George 05529300 386-755-9984 or
County Courthouse, Courtroom I, Extreme 105 Installation* CHAIRMAN CRIMINAL. JUS- SENIOR REGISTERED 386-292-2170
173 N.E. Hernando Avenue, in the $249.00 $219.00 TICE STANDARDS NURSE SUPERVISOR
aysCity of Lake City, Florida 32055, of- AND TRAINING COMMISSION The Florida Department 'of
Rte apples top e ondividuals segn fer for sale and sell at public outcry Additional Outlet Separate Trip BY: -s- Cheryl Perkins, Division Veterans'4Affairs Jenkn20 W t o
pel merchandisetlling6doe. to the highest and best bidder for $40.00 N/A Representative Domiciliary is seeking a
This Is a nea-refundab ae cash, the following described proper- Additional Outlet Same Trip supervisory level R.N. to fill the K&H TIMBER
ty situated in Columbia County, $20.00 N/A 05528731 position of Senior Registered We Buy Pine Hardwood &
Florida, to-wit: Voice Installation November 10, 17, 24, 2011 Nurse Supervisor. All Cypress. Largp or small tracts.
Lot 27, Cobblestone, Unit 2, a subdi- $9900 N/A December 1. 2011 applicants must hold a Florida Call 386-288-6875.
vision according to the Plat thereof Internet Installation R.N. license andbe certified in
recorded in Plat Book 8, pages 21- $49.99 N/A C.P.R. Requirements for all -Wanted Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans.
24, public Records of Columbia *A Technician Visit Charge of Los candidates include a strong $275 & up CASH! Free Pick Up!
County, Florida $30.00 will be added to any installa- clinical background, good NO title needed !386-878-9260
Pursuant to the Final Judgment of tion activity that requires a home vis- communication abilities, and After 5pe 386-752-3648.
Foreclosure entered in a case peuid- it. one Lost dog pit bull, spayed female, excellent computer skills. Ideal
1 7 0 ing in said Court the style of which tlnchided in the standard rate is oe brindle, with white spot like a star candidates will have nursing
is as set out above, and the docket pre-wired outlet per installed prod- on her chest, around 55 lbs, floppy management or supervisory 30 Garage Sales

person claiming an interest in the uct. Does not include activation fee. ears. Very friendly. Lost, between experience. Apply on-line: lines monh....92.O nuerof hchamnga itrst2-Ainy TRPEPAYPChe*0 ob So aniaeeilaaernrigis.s arg ae
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Classified Department: 755-5440 LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011 5B

450 Good Things 710 Unfurnished Apt. 805 Lots for Sale
to Eat For Rent J
The Nut Cracker, Robert Taylor Move in Special from $199-$399. PUBLISHER'S NOTE Buy, sell, crack & shell pecans 1, 2 & 3 br apartments. Also, 2/br All real estate advertising in this 2738 CR 252 W, Lake City 32024 MH close to town. [ncl water. newspaper is subject to the fair Pinemount Rd/CR 252 Taylorville 386-755-2423 rigsbyrentals.com housing act which makes it illegal 386-963-4138 or 961-1420 to advertise "any preference,
in Ellisille NICE Apt Downtown. Remodeled limitation, or discrimination based
The Pecan House i 1 bedroom. Kitchen, dining, living on race, color, religion, sex,
We buy, sell & crack Pecans. room. $450. mo plus sec. disability, familial status or nationSeveral good Varieties. 386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951 al origin; or any intention to make
386-752-6896 1 such preference, limitation or
SPACIOUS 3BR/2BA in discrimination." Familial status
460 FirewoodGatorwood S/D. Washer/dryer includes children under the age of
hook up, clean. $650. 1st, last + 18 living with parents or legal Firewood for Sale. $65.,per Truck security. 386-867-9231 custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chilLoad. Joey 965-0288 The Lakes Apts. Studios & 1Br's dren under the age of 18. This
if no answer pls leave message from $125/wk. Util. & cable incl., newspaper will not knowingly
we will call you back. Sec 8 vouchers accepted, monthly accept any advertising for real esrates avail Call 386-752-2741 tate which is in violation of the Mobile Homes law. Our readers are hereby in630 for Rent X-CLEAN 1700 sf SECOND formed that all dwellings adverfo__ _Ren_ story 2/2, deck, quiet private tised in this newspaper are availa1 BR/ BA Furnished, all utilities acre 8 'mi nw of VA. No dogs. ble on an equal opportunity basis.
included + satellite, $600 mo + dep 386-961-9181 To complain of discrimination call
$135 week, $135 deposit. AHUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
Call 386-758-6939 720 Furnished Apts. the toll free
For Rent telephone number to the hearing
2 & 3 br/lba Mobile Homes for impaired is 1-800-927-9275.
Rent. CH/A includes water, sewer, Rooms for Rent. Hillcrest, Sands, garbage. $475./ $525. mo. 1st & Columbia. All furnished. Electric, last mo + $300 dep. 386-961-8466 cable, fridge, microwave. Weekly 810 Home for Sale 2&3 BR MH. $395 -$650. mo. or monthly rates 1 person $135,
2& B H.$95 $60 m. 2 persons $150. weekly Lake CityE R ep rte SEWisl
plus deposit. Water & sewer fur- 386-752-5808 OPEN HOUSE. 181 SE Whistle
nished. Cannon Creek MHP Loop. Lake City 32025.
386-752-6422 f3pm-5:30pm. Sat. December 3rd.
Unfurnished Call for info (352)494-2758
2/ nis 7 0 Home For Rent
Monthly Specials
$550. mo. Free Water. lbr/lba Free ele. Utilities incl. 4mi 820 Farms &
386-984-8448 S. Lake City. $300dep. $375mo. 82 Acreage
2br/2ba $500 mo. new flooring, 386-590-0642 or 386-867-1833 12 acres+/-, Northwest corer of fresh paint. ,Also, Resd'l RV lots. www.suwanneevalleyproperties.com CR-18 and 81st Ave. Asking Price Btwn Lake City & G'ville. Access 3 BR 2 1/2 BA Country Home $745,000. Call (801) 715-9162 for
to 1-75 & 441 (352)317-1326 Pool6 miles So of Col City more information
3BR/2BA SWWH on 1 acre in $1375 mo First/Last/$500 dep 4 acres, Wellborn, New Well
Ellisville private lot 460. mo 1st. 386-755-4050 or 752-2828 installed, Beautifully wooded last plus deposit. w/cleared Home Site, owner fin,
386-454-2250 no down, $39,900, $410 mon
fireplace, deck, shop w/shed area. 5
Like New DW 3br/2ba. CH/A, on mi. west of LC. $650/mo, $650 dep.
1 ac. 10 min. S 41. Pet on approval. 904-964-2210 or 904-796-7777. www.LandOwnerFinancing.com
$750 mo. plus elec. Full satellite Owner Financed land with only
pkg included. 386-758-2408 3BRI1BA w/CH/A, Located in the $300 down payment. Half to ten ac country. Credit check required. lots. Deas Bullard/BKL Properties Mobile Homes for rent in $500. mo. $500 Deposit 386-752-4339 www.landnfl.com
White Springs, & Ft. White. 386-752-3225Contact 386-623-3404 O!,A Real Estate
or 386-397-2779 3BR/2BA CB home Carport hard- 870 Wanted
wood floors. CR/A Fenced yard.
640 Mobile Homes Good area. $700 mo plus security. I Buy Houses
for Sale 386-752-0118 or 623-1698 CASH!
Palm Harbor Homes 3br/2ba w/garage 5 min. to Iche- Quick Sale Fair Price
4/2 From 499 Mo Loaded tucknee head spring Quiet wooded 386-269-0605
3/2 From 399 Mo Loaded area; Newly renovated $800 mo. R
Homes on Your Lot 0 Down first and last w/ security dep. 1 Recreational
800-622-2832 phone Fort White 386-497-3536 1 Vehicles
All 2011's Must Go! Available Immediately. 2010 PUMA Travel Trailer 32 ft.
All Homes at Dead cost! Save up Rent To Own 3br/2ba home 2 slide outs, air awning, King
To $10,000. North Pointe Homes In quiet subdivision. Island Bed. Many extras. MUST
Gainesville. (352)872-5566 386-752-5035 X 3113 SELL! $17,700 (863)660-8539
Land and Home Packages 7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales, Inc.
for Mobile homes and modular For lease-beautiful Callawaysub. REPORTER Classifieds homes. No Money down if you home brick, 3bd/2bath/2car wI in
own your land. 100 mile radius. fenced yard, built 2007. $1275. North Pointe Homes, Gainesville p/m+last+security 386-365-0083 ,Iakecityrep0rtercom
(352)872-5566 Ym__________________We Need Used Mobile Homes! For lease-Lakewood sub. LG
Will buy or trade. Top Dollar Paid. brick, 2600 sq: ft. 4bd/25 ba/2car
North Point Homes. Lg lot by Lake Jeffrey. $1275.m S Y
.(352)872-566 .......+last+sec. Bruce 386-365-3865
REDUCED! 3/2 MH on 1 acre in Gorgeous Lake View 2br
nice sub. paved rd. metal roof. Apartment. Close to shopping. Completely remodeled. new every- $485. mo $485 dep.
thing! Only $39,000 386-249-1640 386-344-2170
Mobile Home NICE 3BR/2.5BA in Russwood
Land S/D $995. mo. $750 security. N WHEElS & WRTFFT
&__ Land ___. Application required. CLEAN-NICE 1994 SW, metal Call 386-935-1482
roof, heat pump, nice acre lot 10 Darysrc om /eprt
nice area 8 mi nw of VA. $29,000 quarters already rented to college
firm cash only 386-961-9181 student. Nice area near Lake. LR,
Nice 1620sf 3br/2ba DW on 4 DR, Kitchen, 2br/lba, carport,
wooded acres, owner finance avail, washer/dryer. C/H/Air all for your
$119,900 Brenda Forrester, exclusive use. $600/mo. Share
Forrester Realty 352-339-6069 utilities. 386-965-0762/965-0763
Owner Finance, 3/2, .on 2.5 acres, SWMH 2/2 in Wellbom. Bring the picture in or vMayo area, small down/$650 mo, $600 mo, and we will take it for youl
386-590-0642 or 386-867-.1833 $600 security.
www.suwanneevaUeyproperties.com 386-365-1243 or 965-7534 Ad runs 10 consecutive days
with a description and photo in the
Unfurnished Apt. 40. Furnished newspaper and online E-edition.
710 For Rent 74 Homes for Rent Ad runs 10 consecutive days as a
classified line ad online.
05528965 Come see. 2br/lba w/office, ramp, You must Include vehicle price.
SPRING HILL VILLAGE C-/A, W/D, micro, lawn/garb. All ads are prepaid.
Excellent High Springs location. Non-smoking owner. Wood floor. Private party only. 1, 2 4 3 bedroom floor-plans; Great shady area in town. Avail
some with garages. 12/1. $675. mo. 386-755-0110
Call 386-454-1469
or visit our website: 0 Business &
www.springhillvillage.net 75 Office Rentals
5529267 2006 EF250
OFFICE SPACE for Lease Fr a
576 sq' $450/mth a' omtlwr
900 sq' $600/mth shelves/ladder rack,
3568 sq' $2973/mth 60K miles, exc. cond.
8300 sq' $553 3/mth
also Bank Building $10,500
Excellent Locations Call
2/2 w/garage & washer/dryer Tom Eagle, GRI 386-555-5555
hookps. estsideof twn, (386) 961-1086 DCA Realtor
Calls fort sdeftils Fo es:EBy v.To- If you don't sell your vehicle
386-55-867ForLeae: EBay Av. To during the first 10 days, you
38-756871000 sqft office space units or can run the same vehicle ad
2BR/2BA w/garage combined for 2000 sqft. 386-984- for 10 additional days for
5 minutes fromVA hospital and 0622 or weekends 386-497-4762 .only $15.00
Timco. Call for details. _________386-365-5150 Midtown Commercial Center, Terms and conditions remain the
brand new executive front suite & same for the additional run. Duplex w/garage spacious, 2/1, suite w/warehouse..
1300sq t, WD hok u, C/A, Call Vicki or Joe 386-935-2832.
$650 month & bckgrnd chk, ____________352-377-7652 or 352-514-2332 Office for Lease, was Dr's office
Fall Special! 1/2 Price First $8 sqft/2707 sqft t [
Month. Updated Apt, w/tile Oak Hill Plaza i l
floors/fresh paint. Great area. Tom 961-1086, DCA Realtor [l I
From $395.+sec. 386-752-9626 Zoned Comm'l or Resd'l. 5br/3ba 1
Large & clean. lbr/lba apt. home or professional office.
CH/A lg walk in closet. Close to $1000. mo, w/1 yr. lease. town. $395. mo and $350. dep. Contact 386-752-9144 or
(904)563-6208 386-755-2235 or 386-397-3500

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6B LAKE CITY REPORTER SPORTS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011 Page Editor: Brandon Finley, 754-0420

FROM THE SIDELINE Let's not be naive.
Meyer is a coach first and I 4
foremost. It's in his blood. national tide implications,
He can't get away from it
The way that he has n o
gone about jumping to andt meaningless championhiS
from teams, however, is onP
par with Nick Saban. By RALPH D. RUSSO To-the teams and the fans a stunning rout by Georgia SEC Championship
just as Saban said that. Associated Press of those teams, and college could derail the Tigers' No. 1 LSU (minus
he would not coach the football fans in general, championship run. 131) vs. No. 12 Georgia
Brandon Finley University of Alabama and The Southeastern Championship Weekend is The picks: at Atlanta
Phone: (386) 754-0420 then joined the Crimson Conference championship still must-see TV. Today Tigers leave no doubt .,
bfinlejv@.akecityreportercom Tide, Meyer denied game between No. 1 LSU But because of the Bowl No. 22 West Virginia LSU 38-14
reports that he would be a and No. 12 Georgia is not Championship Series, the (pick) at USF No. 13 Oklahoma
Buckeye. meaningless. national title race is all but Mountaineers need avicto- (plus 3%) at No. 3
Ate w e But did we really doubt Whether it has national a done deal. ry and Cincinnati win against Oklahoma State
that he would return this, title implicationsisatbest Alabama would much UConn to, earn BCS bid... Cowboys trying to lock really that home state? debatable, but there is no rather be in LSU's posi- WEST VIRGINIA 28-24. firstBCSbid ... OK[AHOMA
Meyer hasn't exactly denying that the winning ton, playing for an SEC Friday STATE 42-28. "
surprised? been the poster child for an SEC championship rep- title than home watching. Pac.12 Championship ACC Championship
stability. His longest run resents far more than a (Is Nick Saban even allow- UCIA at No. 8 Oregon No. 5 Virginia Tech as a coach came at the step on the road to big- ing the" Crimson Tide to :(minus 31 ) (minus 7) vs. No. 2A
I keep hearing the University of Florida. ger goals for the Tigers, watch this week's games?) Having a 6-6 team with a Clemson, at Charlotte, N.C.
same things out of Before Florida, Meyer who could veiy well' lose But the Tide's Second- lame duck coach in the title Hokies might be abi]
fans of the University had a run of brief stints to Georgia and still play place spot in the BCS game was not exactly what to claim dual-residency ine of Florida. Words at St Xavier High (Ohio), in the BCS championship standings seems safe, Larry Scott had in mind ... Miami soon ... VIRGINI
like shock, disbelief Ohio State, Illinois State, game. regardless. OREGON 55-14. TECH 28-23.
and astonished have been, Bowling Green and Utah. "There will be noreview Only a blowout victory MAC Championship Big Te n
thrown around. Meyer matched his of what's next," LSU coach by Oklahoma State against Northern Illinois Championship
Other Gator fans have length of stay at Florida Les. Miles said this week, Oklahoma in the Bedlam (minus 3A) vs. Ohio at No. 11 Michigan hitme with words like during two other stops. He referring to what comes rivalry and voter rebellion Detroit State (plus q
traitor, Judas and Nick spent a decade between after the SEC showcase in the Harris and coaches' Huskies were upset in last No. 15 Wisconsin a
Saban. Colorado State and Notre in Atlanta on Saturday. polls can keep Alabama'out yeaes MAC title game. Finish Indianapolis
Are we really that Dame coaching wide "Nothing will come from of the final game of the thejobthisime ...NORTHERN No miracles this tinie
surprised? receivers, my mouth about that Our season. IHLNOIS3828. for Sparty.... WISCONSIN
I'm talking of course I fully expect this stop team is solooking forward As for LSU, it seems only Saturday 42-21.
about Urban Meyer to be along the same lines to play Georgia. This is
accepting the head- as the one at Florida. In what the team has set
coaching position at Ohio other words, I don't expect its sights upon. his is State University. Meyer to still be the conference where
At what point did standing on the sidelines we compete week in and
any of you believe that when the next decade rolls week out, Atye watlpoit didur tanin ontesdlns wyopt ekin
Meyer wouldn't return to around. ...at least not at "It's one game for a coaching? Ohio State. championship," he said.
Was it after he decided Meyer seems to be one Simply put, Honey a C
to step down for a brief of those coaches that is Badger doesn't care time before returning to always looking for the about the BCS title game Florida for what would be next great opportunity. this week. N Am
his worst season with the Ohio State will soon start "Winning the SEC is M 3
Gators? to bore.Meyer once he extremely important,",
When Meyer stepped accomplishes what he's set said LSU cornerback We Buy:
away a second time, did out to do. Tyrann Mathieu, aka
any of you really see it as a Other teams will come Honey Badger. "We really a Broken & Unwanted Gold, Slve, permanent moye? calling. Meyer may even want to go undefeated and
Was it when Meyer said turn some of them down. Georgia is in our way."Je ly
that his reasons for being There's one great There will be mean- u Sterling Flatware & Srving
away from the game were challenge that has eluded ingful football games to be with his family? Meyer so far, however, going on all over the u Gold & Silver Coins
Was it just months later and that's the NFL Meyer country this weekend, ,when Meyer decided to may have good intentions from Tampa,, where No. DentalGold
join ranks with ESPN? with the Buckeyes, but 22 West Virginia will a Gold & Sliver Bullion and More.... 4
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stepping down as head For Meyer, ambition Weto all but clinch the Big WEd RAL DO PA M bOE. Come expeien the dadenCe.
coach of the Gators, were has always outweighed his East title to Eugene, Ore.; WE REALLY DO PAY MORE Got an lddk 10% with this ad.
you one of the few that intentions, where No. 8 Oregon hosts
believed that Meye UCLA in the first pac-12
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