The Lake City reporter


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The Lake City reporter
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Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. 1967)
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John H. Perry
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Lake City Fla
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weekly[ former 1967-<1968>]
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Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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Sunday, December 4, 201 I1 Vol. 137, No. 261 $1.00

Redistricting under

scrutiny by sheriff

FE Would-be candidate for county commission

cyutil ustomeh P says District 5 was redrawn to exclude him.
automatically billed one dollar per month to help the poor pay I
water and gas bills. They could
opt out of the fee by checking
a box on their bills.

It's now


for city


From staff reports

An opt-out requirement
for a city charitable program has been dropped.
Operation Grace, which
took effect this month,
had automatically added
one dollar to the bills of
13,000 city water and gas
customers to help the poor
pay their utility bills. The
money was to be sent to the
Christian Service'Center,
which would creenj_ applicants for need then i~fri
CYconfinued on 5A


Lake City resident Matt Vann, of 832 Southwest El Prado Ave., wants to know why his home, which has been in District 5 for 30 years, is now part of District 1. Vann intended to run for county commission prior to redistricting 'I'm disappointed that they can take small sections of my neighborhood and switch them for no apparent reason other than what it looks like to remove me from District 5,' he said

Commission Chairman Jody DuPree says he asked for

investigation 'to make sure there is no gerrymandering.

By GORDON JACKSON from running for office," DuPree said." district maps that were drawn by the Sgt. Ed Seifert, a sheriff's spokesman, con- Supervisor of Elections office, but the one
firmed an investigation has been launched but approved on Nov. 22 was created by county The Columbia County Sheriff's Office is said he could not provide any more informa- staff at the request of county manager Dale. LAURA HAMPSONILakeCityReporter investigating how new voting district lines tion. Williams.
Motorcyclists wave during the approved by county commissioners at the Nov. "He [Sheriff Mark Hunter] has advised DuPree said he dian't learn about the 10th annual Dream Machine 22 meeting were drawn. me that the investigation is still active but he fifth map until the morning of the Oct. 20
Toy Ride Saturday. The probe was requested in a letter sent by should have something by midweek," Seifert commission meeting. Though DuPree and
Columbia County Commission chafrinJoJy id. "We cannot release any documents at Commissioner Rusty DePratter wanted to B iDuPree. this point since it is still an open investiga- consider all five proposed maps, the other
B TS "I just want to make sure there is no' ger- tion."
e rymandering or an attempt to keep someone Commissioners reviewed four proposed PROBE continued on 6A

bearing l in 4 kids in poverty here Di breakdownn

., Challenge Learning Center 88
By LAURA HAMPSON Figure has risen by school children live in poverty, an poverty rate of 27 percent is higher Five Points Elementaq 88 50 ercent since 07 increase 6f 50 percent from pre- than the national poverty 'average of Merose Park Elementery 84
recession days of 2007. Then about 19.8 percent. 7
Algout 300 motorcy- Census report says. 2,000 of the 11,200 children ages 5 to The Census' definition of pover- Richardsn .Middle 7
lists thundered through 171ived in poverty ty is determined on a scale that Eatieleetr 74
Columbia County Saturday By LAURA HAMPSON The increase is a trend seen factors in income and household --FeWi. Eemnat 4
for the 10th annual Dream across the nation where about one size. County-level median house- Summes Elementery 68
Machine Toy Ride. in five counties had a statistically sig- hold income ranged from $20,577 Pinemount Eiementary 64
After 30 minute ride More than one in four school-aged nificant increase in poverty between to $119,075, with a middle value of Columb City Elementary 84
through town the bik- children' in Columbia Cqunty lived' 2007 and 2010, according to Census $42,256,' according to the Census Fort White Middle/High 58
ers delivered hundreds of in poverty in 2010, according to new< reports. Less than one ,percent of Columbia County School Distfrct Lake Cityiddle 54 new toys to the Christmas information from the U.S Census counties had a decrease in poverty Superintendent Michael Millikin ..... High .
Bureau, between the three years. Westside Elementary 50
TOYS continued on 3A About 3,000 of the county's 11,000 Columbia County's school-age KIDS continued on 5A As o ctobeo 2011 .....
.Source: Floilda Department of Education

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Florida muck factor in Daytona mastodon find

DAYTONA BEACH that type of mastodon went
TW "Tb rkers recently extinct but the animal could have
stumbled upon died as long as 130,000 years ago.
remains of an Ice The paleontologists and
Age mastodon museum officials say they think
on a construction they've got an adult male mastsite, experts say.Florida has a odon 100,000 years old by their
unique collection of natural condi- best guess for now but they
tons that make it one of the best aren't confident. they're going to
places in the nation to find pre- find its full skeleton.
served fossils.
The dark black muck that sur- Man e at
rounded the mastodon bones is nothing visually appealing, but couple with bat
it's one of the key pieces of scien- MIAMI-- A North Florida
tific magic that helped preserve
the fossilized remains found in a n.
half-built retention pond near the a couple to death with a base-'
intersection of Mason Avenue ball bat because they owed him
and Nova Road. money, then drove to the home
The muck chokes off any oxy- 'of one victim's mother trying.
The uck hoke offany xy-to get more money while a gen that would cause decay and,
entombs whatever is in it paleon- body was stashed in the trunk,
tology experts say. authorities said Saturday.
The protective muck,mineral- Zafirios Ketsemidis called
filled natural springs with con- authorities Friday in a panic
stant temperatures, low-lying because she hadn't heard from
swampy areas, abundant lime- her son in a few days. She told
stone and naturally occurring authorities Craig Lede, 40, had
phosphate in Florida soils have comeby her house, telling a
phophae n Forda oil hve ,ASSOCIATED PRESS strange story that her son,.all preserved pieces of history In this photo released by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Klaus Chroszielewski, dressed as Santa Claus, corn- 29-year-old John Ketsemidis, that would have otherwise van- petesi th Nt Wlkth Pk tt Std
ished tens of thousands of years in e aionaWa e ank cones auray. was at a local hospital and that
ago, those experts say. he needed money. Lede was
gthe anxpaers ofsoil.- driving her son's car, she said.
The many layers of soils, mammals." good reason to dig 10 to 15 feet Amateur paleontologists and her son' car, shesid.
Hernando County sheriff's
steady warm air temperatures Some have dubbed parts of down. But when workers creat- volunteers from the Museum of deputies headed to Lede's
and low-lying coastal areas, Central Florida "Bone Valley" ing South Daytona's Reed Canal. Arts & Sciences were allowed to home and noticed a body where deceased animals can be because of the fossils found here. Park in 1975 started peeling away look around the 4-acre retention covered up quickly, also help. "In Florida we have a rich fos- the layers of earth, they found pond, and they started finding wrapped in a blanket-on the
'We've probably all walked sil layer that runs through the the full skeleton of a giant ground things most every day last week. garage floor, according to a ~statement from the sheriff's
overfossils and skeletons and state," said Russell Brown, presi- sloth in muck there. They've unearthed most of the office.
never known it" said James dent of the Orlando-based Florida When workers building the two tusks, parts of the skull, ribs, "At that time Craig became
"Zach" Zacharias, an educa- Fossil Hunters group and an ama- city government retention pond vertebrae, teeth, a partial leg "At ne raig a e tion and history curator at the teur paleontologist near Mason and Nova were hit- bone, a joint of some sort and very nervous and asked the
Museum of Arts & Sciences in One of the onlyreasons animal ting that 10-foot level about a various bone pieces they haven't deputies to leave unless they
Daytona Beach. 'This whole area bones and, teeth thousands of week ago, they stumbled on the identified yet. ing to the statement.
up and down Nova Road must, years old aren't found more often mastodon's jaw along with some The remains have been there have been teeming with Ice Age is because there's usually no other bone fragments. for at least 13,000 years, when (AP)

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The Daily News of New York Mueller posted $11,000 bond and, work websites since earlier this week. Peerudi otag parid at a~ n unday.l 8- orpr n
reports that the tax lien was ,was released from custody. She's Many here anticipate a backlash, The Associated Press. problems with your delivery service.
filed Nov. 21 on a mansion in scheduled in court Dec. 19. Aspen as nationalists and Islamists regularly All material herein is property of the Lake In Columbia County, customers should
Bridgehampton on New York's Long police spokeswoman Blair Weyer stage rallies against anything they city Reporter. Reproduction In whole or cal before 10:30 am. to report a serIsland, where she lives., says additional details are not imme- deem an insult to Islam or to the in part Is forbidden without the permas- vice errr for same day re-dellvery After
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the star was surprised to hear the Her attorney, Yale Galanter, had have fought three wars, and the Inter- POSTMASTER: Send address changes In all other countfes where home delivery lien had been filed, no comment. Services Intelligence agency or ISI to Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box 1709, Is available, next day re-delivery or serSpokeswoman Claire Mercuri Sheen and Mueller divorced ear- has been accused of sponsoring ter- Lake Cty. Fla. 3256 vice related credits will be issued.
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Charlie Sheen's ex-wife, Brooke Indian magazine with the initials of published in violation of her agreeMueller, has been arrested in Aspen Pakistan's feared and powerful intel- ment with FHM India and she was The Lake City Repoiter corrects errors of fact in news items. on suspicion of third-degree assault ligence agency on her arm has trg- considering legal action against the If you have a concern, question or suggestion, please call the and cocaine possession with intent to gered fury across this conservative magazine, executive editor. Corrections and clarifications will run in this
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Page Editor: Robert Bridges, 754-0428 LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2011 3A

One week to go in Reporter

food drive; still time to help

By LAURA HAMPSON As of Friday afternoon The food bank has a of work. Many people are there were 226 donations, good supply now because one paycheck away from said Mandy Brown, cir- of the new, larger loca- being hungry, he said. "It
With only one week culation director for the tion and can drive orga- can happen to anyone." left, the Lake City Reporter Reporter. nized by local Life Scout 'We're at the midpoint of
Fourth Annual Community 'We are calling on busi Jeremy Barwick. However, this year's food drive and
Food Drive still needs the nesses too," said Brown. donations slow down after we've had great response
community's support. "We're collecting a lot of Christmas and the sup- from our readers, many
Donations of non-perish- food, but we're still not ply must be stretched into of whom already have
able canned and dry goods where we were last year. the new year. This year dropped off canned goods,"
will be donated 'to the We can do better." the food bank has donat- said Todd Wilson, Lake City
FloridaGatewayFoodBank. Florida Gateway Food ed about 700,000 pounds Reporter publisher. 'The
Food and check donations Bank manager Scott Elkins of food to the community, food bank is in need and we can be dropped off at the said he urges the commu- Elkins said. still need everyone who is
newspaper's office, 180 E. nity to contribute to the This time of year people able to donate a few canned
Duval St., weekdays from 8 food bank mainly because are rushing around prepar- goods for the food bank.
a.m. to 5 p.m. Donations of the children it serves. ing for the holidays, but We don't want people in our will also be picked up by "No one wants to think of a Elkins said we should also community to go hungry at newspaper carriers on Dec. child that goes to bed hun- think our of less-fortunate Christmas." 10. Simply leavea bag of gry," he said. neighbors. For, cash donations
non-perishables by your The need this time of There are people who make checks payable to
Reporter paper tube or at year is high, especially with are experiencing hunger Florida- Gateway Food
the end of your driveway children home from school for the first time this year Bank. For information call
Friday night, Dec. 9. over winter break, he said. because of an illness or loss 752-1293.


LAURA HAMPSONILake City Reporter
A motorcyclist hands a toy to Ashton Martin (right), a.
Christmas Dream Machine volunteer at the Lake City Mall.
TOYS: Dream Machine-Solilin theigrandldds
Continued From .Page 1A, Spi the
isthegira tes. 9-w.r4
Dream Machine in the said. Dream Machine will
Lake City Mall. provide presents for 900
Cash donations and area children this year.
money from raffles and auc- The Christmas Dream EARLY O M P^A
tions will also be donated to Machine is a nonprofit orga- L Y EN
the char~ity. 50 ~volunteers nization that has provided TUESDAY DEC.6 .
At least 50 volunteers Christmas presents for :
worked to make the ride needy children for 23 years CNw'TUESDAY, DEC. 6:
successful. "I couldn't do in Columbia, Suwannee, t your Belk Rewards Card "it without our volunteers," Union and Hamilton coun- iT
said Cookie Murray, ride ties. Canned food was also
organizer. collected for the Christian
This is a great way to Service Center. EXTRA
give back, she said. "You After dropping off toys at "yu
can always look around and the mall, ride participants i ou're
find someone worse off, enjoyed an after party 55&older,'' sale, purchases*
than you," Murray said. with a band and barbecue it's your day 1 purchase es
"Many motorcyclists said at the COlumbia County blow fordeasnsoe ony
they enjoyed the camara- Fairgrounds. to save ..........elow.for.details ...s.o.e
derie of riding together and The Columbia County L.5.. .... -.
being able to help needy Sheriff's Office, the Florida Plus, storewide savings for the family
children. Highway Patrol, Lifeguard
"Dream Machine is Ambulance Services and
always a good cause," said the Columbia County Fire TUS. DE, 6.
Joni Griffin, who was riding Department participated in shopg Ias
with her husband Michael the ride. Rolling Thunder
Griffin. of Jacks6nville was the E,.
"It's awesome to see color guard for the ride. EXTRA
everyone come out and sup- The Lake City chapter of '
port the kids," said Rebecca the Christian Motorcyclists OFF
Golden, ride participant Association was on hand to s piprhe
and teacher at Columbia bless bikers before the ride rewid"
High School who often sees and manage parking. b'Silvrworks- l
0 exdudes Red [Dot, Clearance Eudybros N,ght ts,
students in need. Those wishing to donate 4 0fn useo, u Buys. Earl rds. Nr s
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commission seat have merit a National Memorial, justifiably
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doesraie qustins.make the pilgrimage to its restFirst Supervisor of Elections ing place. It may be one of the
Lz Horne spent two or more C best known sights in Hawaii.

months creating four district P a r l ( u utOn the other side of Ford's
mad woul havm sisiedeer al w e l a r ex-sanacl os orgtecetly rs
passed constitutional muster L LI t I d I National Memorial, if not
law concerning fair and equal largely overlooked. The bafflerepresentation. astyaaoeer 40 percent oif America's icm hpUSUa a ukb
Then comes map No. 5, I cut in the payroll taxes, to also start paying for torpedo, some say three torpewhich came as a -surprise to I taxes that work- everyone's Social Security ben- does, and, despite a couple of
'Hreand atleast oecmit onerRsyD~atr co s ing Americans pay efits. unsuccessful attempts to move
sioer RutyDe~aterwh 'to finance Social Why not also force high- it the rusty orange remains of
said he learned of its existence Security was enacted in the income learners to put their the Utah remain where the it
just hours before its Oct 20 name of so-called economic addresses up on the Internet rolled over on its side at 8:01
unveiling. No$ a h stimuluss" and we can all send them our that Sunday morning. ,
NnteosN.5wste But like the rest of the eco- Star Parker grocery bills, our car payments, The USS Utah society
only map offered for public nomic stimuli that have come and our kid's tuition bills? Let's complains that the Memorial
consideration at a hearing one from Washington over the last spending, puts the pressure for get the rich to pay for all our "is- not mentioned in tourist Asntwlltere' omsin three years, the only thing such cutsin place and carries bills, including our retirement brochures." And, in deed, the
ers reslla thearmisng- that has been stimulated is the with it the prospect of reduction Unfortunately, some small memorial on the shore
even disuss a npe that aigt growing hole of national debt of government interference in Republicans are allowing them- and that part of Pearl Harbor ee pisus bann' District into which we sink deeper and our lives, selves to be-suckered into this is off limits to visitors without
Well, we'd like to discuss it deeper. But there is no such possibil- political blackmail. special permission.
no.Now, unsurprisingly, our~ ity with the payroll tax. When Cutting payroll taxes ear- The isolation and the quiet
nwe.alo heifMr president and his Democratic the tax was reduced "temporar-' marked for a Social Security no parking lot no tour
Huner talon Shis inar ti colleagues want to continue, ily" last year from 6.2 percent system that is already bankrupt buses, no crowds, the isolaexpen f t imttet ae and possibly expand, this pay- to 4.2 percent, were working inowytruacunyad n-soebow make it more,
gatin ohis mdnattr thenkl mae roll tax holiday despite its obvi- Americans asked to agree to' no way for people that are alleg- poignant than the Oklahoma,
pubichi fndng a qiciyas ous failure. an equivalent cut in their Social edly free and responsible citi- even though the periodic oil
possible.. Wait a second: Failure is a Security benefits that that pay- zens to live. bubbles create the odd sensaIf there's nothing to Vann's matter of definition, roll tax pays for? And using a payroll tax holi- tion that some small part of the
.claims, let's learn that sooner If the point was to help get Of course not. day as a back door plan to turn ship is still alive.
'tf, hower, hr' oet our economy back on the road What politician in his or her Social Security into a middle The 521-foot Utah was comtfhiswmater thnre've been led to growth and prosperity, the right mind would suggest to class welfare program does missioned in 1911. In a curi-toi beliee lt'har t'pyoltxeoia been a working Americans that they not bode well for our nation's ous and now largely forgotten
It's time the whole story failure. B 'ut if the point of the intend to cut Social Security future. engagement in 1914' a hastily
whaevr t s -betod.payroll tax holiday was not to benefits? 'If the point is to fix Social thrown together detachment
whtee it is-bod reduce government interfer- Bu utn h arl a s Security, let working Americans led by Utah's Marines landed
On n nrlaednoewe ence in our lives but to keep a dream idea for anyone whose keep their payroll tax and use it in Vera Cruz to prevent a large
applau elt ed it for adutn it, grow it and strengthen the project is turning our nation to fund their own private retire- shipment of German-supplied Operautn Grce so adjstin decided movement of the last into a welfare state. ment account an idea that 3 of weapons from reaching the
Opraio Gae o s make three years to turn our nation This* is because, unlike the 4 Americans under 50 favor. Mexican military. The sighelping the poor pay their utility into a welfare-state plantation, icmtawchloshlf If the point is to restore our nificance of this only became
t illon ruyvlutr.pooi it's at great idea. Americans don't pay, practically economy, let's cut the. trillion apparent later when it turned
We ncorae al ityrei- ha isrellywht i gmigon every working man and woman dollars in new 'spending we've out the German government
We ncurgeal ctyrei- here and why President Barack pays the payroll tax. larded into the government over was trying to prod Mexico into
dents and businesses to do the Obama and his Democratic col- And, what the payroll tax pays the last three years and start attacking the United States. right thing arid check the "opt- leagues on Capitol Hill love the for, Social Security, is impos- focusing on rewarding rather From that engagement Utah'~s in". box on their bills. idea. 'sbetcu'than punishing individual free- 'detachment was awarded
It's only a dollar, but, when Unlike outnoetxstao iftepyolta"sct dom and. success. seven Medals of Honor.
comind it th dllrsof government takes for general .You have to find another way The Utah spent World War
many others, will go far. revenue and unspecified spend- to pay for those Social Security I covering convoys from a
ing, the payroll tax is earmarked retirement benefits. 0 Star Parker is president 6f base in Ireland and postwar

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KIDS: 1 in 4 school-aged children in Columbia County lived in poverty in '10

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said the increasing poverty rates concern School. he said. Sometimes they don't show up to The school as a community has pulled
him. "A hungry child just can't focus enough school because of it, he said. together for those children, she said. A
"Our children are reflections of their to learn," he said. At CHS about 51 per- At Pinemount Elementary School about parent at the school organized a clothing
families at home. That's a reflection of our cent of students receive free and reduced 65 percent of students receive free or closet to outfit 50 children at the start of community," he said. meals at school. reduced lunches, said Donna McAdams. the year. The, PTO sponsors children at
Millikin said there are many civic groups In January CHS will begin a weekend principal at Pinemount. If all eligible par- Christmas. There are always jackets on
and churches working behind the scenes food program where students in need will ents completed the form that number hand if a student comes without one on a
to provide needy students with weekend be supplied with food for the weekend, would be higher, she said. "For some par- cold day. she said.
food and back-to-school essentials. Huddleston said. ents it's a matter of pride." "I feel like we do everything here we
Free and reduced lunch rates 'in Teachers are pretty keen at sensing Children are impacted by the economy can to help them," McAdams said. The
Columbia County have also increased. In when a student needs extra help, he said. through no fault of their own, she said. school does not have a weekend back but 2007, 54 percent of students signed up for "When we find out tlere are students in "We worry about our kids," she said. would love to partner with a community
the program. As of October 2011, 65 per- need, our faculty rallies around them," For some. students the two meals they group to start one, she' said. School faccent of students in the district participate, Huddleston said. Faculty members have eat at school is all they have in a day. "It's ulty worries about students going hungry according to Madonna Coughlin, food ser- helped repair a family car and connected a really hard to get kids to focus when that over weekends and school breaks, such vice director for the district. homeless student to a local charity. little tummy is hungry." as the upcoming two-week winter, break,
One of the, main concerns for chil- Another issue students in poverty face The office keeps snacks on hand in she said.
dren in poverty is nutrition, said Terry is low self-esteem, he said. Students may case a student misses breakfast in the Huddleston, principal of Columbia High not have clean or fashionable clothing, cafeteria.

m an is David Albert Ellinwood InLoing Lake City Florida 32055. Cards, in death by her husband Colonel
Memory of He was an Eagle Scout for 48 letters or any shared memories Guy D. Luke in January 2011.
David A. Ellinwood, 71, passed Charles years. Larry was anavid outdoor- of Mr. Joye may be delivered to Mrs. Luke is survived by her
M aster away Thursday, November 24, Wm Osgood sman and lifetime member of the the Dees-Parrish Family Funeral daughters, Carol L. Hammer,
2011, at home with God and fam- National Wild Turkey Federa- Home where you are also wel- and Kathy W. Calvert (Keith)
ily by his side. He is survived by Has been tion(NWTF) and served as the come to sign a family register .both of Allen, TX; grandchilhis wife of 50 years, Mary Emma greatly missed first.State Secretary of the Flori- book. These will be delivered dren, Jason L. Ekberg (Kerry) of
Ellinwood, precious daugh- since July 26, da NWTF. Larry was also on the to the family. The family asks China, Aaron D. Shropshire of
From staff reports ters, Kristi Ellinwo~d, Lake 2010. Will on ; Executive Board of the Charter that you please respect their re- Plano, TX, and Austin L. Ham
t etn, KlritEi Lake 2010.s Willmr o Chapter of Ducks Unlimited in quest for privacy at -this most mar (Shannon). of Allen, TX.
City, Florida; Chara (Chris) December 5th, Columbia County. He was a Past- difficult time. Arrangements Funeral services for Mrs. Luke
Columbia County, was sha (Chris) Ferger, Fayetteville, be placed in President of the Lake City Lions are under the direction of the will be conducted on WednesNC; precious grandchildren, his final rest- and organized and sponsored the DEES-PARRISH FAMILY FU- day,'December 7, 2011 at 9:30A.
recently awarded the des- Harrison, Jackson, Emma, and hig place at-the'Live Oak Cam- Lions LEO Club, a community NERAL HOME, 458 S. Mar- M. at First United Methodist
N i nation Eliza' Ferger. Also surviving are etery in the, Veteran's section. service group for young people, on Ave., Lake City, FL 32025 Church in Lake City with Revof Florida sisters, Eleanor Rogowski, NY; We spent over 20 years together, at Columbia High School, for (386)752-1234 please sign our erend Jeff Tate officiating. InterMaster Carol Piper, NY; Nancy Ellin- crossedmanyvalleysandclimbed 23 years until retiring in 2009. on-line family guestbook at ment will be held at 12:30 P.M.
Logger. wood, NY; Linda (Dick) Katz, a few mountains, we even had He is survived by his wife of 43 Wednesday at Jacksonville NaAZ; Marilyn (Brian) Patterson, a break up. But in the end we years, Tscharna Hartsfield Joye, tional Cemetery in Jacksonville,
Master NY; and brothers, Norris (Dottie) were coming back together. his sons Jacob Joye (Wendy Ent- FL. Visitation with the family
Loggers Ellinwood, NY, hnd Alan (Sue) I loved you thru it all ing) and Bradford Joye (Chris- Hilda C. Luke will be held from 5:00-7:00 P.M.
are log- Ellinwood, VA. Numerous niec- I will always love you Charles tina Petty), a brother Donald K. Tuesday evening at the funeral
Br n ay 6tph,.s 1940 sinvi Cheryl Osgood Joye (Phyllis), a sister-in-law Mrs. Hilda C. Luke, 80, of Lake home. In lieu of flowers, donagin Born May 6th, 1940 in Utica, June Joye (Mason). He is also City died Saturday, December tions may be made to the First
fessionals NY Mr. Ellinwood was pre- survived by nieces and nephews 03, 2011, at' Haven Hospice United Methodist Church-Buildtrained in environmentally deceased by his parents, Al- Larry e Cheryl Joye Shiver, Carol Joye Suwannee Valley Care Center. ing Fund, 973 S. Marion Ave.,
sound, safe "and efficient bert George Ellinwood, and G. Joy McClellan, BaryJoye, Ken Joye, A native of Atlanta, GA, Mrs. Lake City, FL 32025, or to Halogging practices. A total Mae Barber Ellinwood, and M r Richard Arrendale and Daniel Luke was the daughter of the ven Hospice-Suwannee Valley
d baby sister Lois Ellinwood Mr. Larry G. Joye, 63, of Lake, ArrendAle. Larry was preceded in late Hyatt and Abby Hearn Co- Care Center, 6037 ,W. US 90,. of 24 loggers from around The family will receive friends City, Florida passed away on death by his parents, N.M. (Max) peland and had lived in Shreve- Lake City, FL 32055. Arrangethe state received the Tuesday, December 6th, 2011, Saturday, December 3, 2011. He Joye, Sr. and Marjorie Gandy port, LA before moving to Lake ments are under the direction of Master Logger designa- 5:30 7:30 p.m. at Guerry Fu- was born in 'Lake City and was Joye; his brother N. Mason Joye City in 1981. She was. a member GATEWAY-FOREST LAWN
tion following completion neral.Home. Interment will be the son of the late Max and Mar- Jr. and his niece, Cindy Joye. of the First United Methodist FUNERAL HOME, 3596 S.' Lo the three-d capltion private. Memorial donations jorie Joye. He was a 1966 gradu- Larry believed "It's a Wonderful Church, where she was very ac- HWY 441, Lake City. (386) 752ot he edat Catic can be made to Hopeful Baptist ate of Columbia High School and Life". If you wish to honor his tive inthe Ruth Sunday School 1954. Please leave messages program held at Catholic Church, 289 SE Hopeful Drive, earned his Bachelors of Science memory, enjoy a day outdoors Class, Past President of the of love and encouragement at
Parish Hall in Perry.Nov, Lake City, Florida 32025, or to in Biology and his Masters of Sci- with someone and remember his United Methodist Women, and www.gatewayforestlawn,com 15-17. Haven Hospice,'6037 US Hwy 90 fence in Entomology and Nema- passion for the natural world. was a member of the Sunshine
The Master Logger West, Lake City; Florida 32055. tology at the University of Flor- A private family service will Circle of the United Methodist
c GUERRY FUNERAL HOME, ida. He wa a science educator be held at a later date. Remem- Women. Mrs. Luke was also a Obituaries are paid advertisecourse includes training 2659 SW Main Blvd., Lake City in the Columbia County School brances in honor of Larry may member of the Lake City Gar- ments. For details, call the Lake
in safety, business man- is in charge of arrangements. system for 37 years and was rec- be made to Suwannee Valley den Club, the Fridgy Bridge City Reporter's classified departagement, rules and regu- ognized as the Columbia County Care Center of Haven Hospice Club, and enjoyed'pliying the mental 752-1293.
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three commissioners Hudson's home. "I don't know a single DENIED horse malarkey," said map When Bailey said he
voted to only'consider the "Ifs an area I've repre- reason why all four couldn't No. 5 was the right choice learned the request would
fifth map. sented for 35 years," he said. have passed," DuPree said. in any case. impact 237 residents, he with"I felt like all five should 'These people are my neigh- But Frisina said some 'That was the one that drew his support because, it
go to a public hearing," bors. It seems like it was commissioners had prob- Vann and Hudson say they kept the districts intact more would have meant looking at DuPree said. "No. 5 unnecessary to do." lems with the four maps and don't understand why their than any other," he said. other areas to add to another
became the only proposal told Dale Williams. requests for minor changes Williams said No. 5 added district to balance the pol5ulato go before the public." WASTE OF TIME 'We all said to Dale this to the district boundaries minority residents to his dis- tions. District 4 'already had
The new boundary lines isn't going, to work," she weren't granted by commis- trict and was more in line the most residents in the prowere also questioned by said. sioners. with a court order requiring posal a majority of commisLake City businessman 'Supervisor of Elections DePratter said he didn't Vann's requestwould have minority representation. sioners supported, he said. Matt Vann who believes Liz Horne said her office have a problem with any moved a U.S. Census popu- Hudson said he talked "If yoU add something
they were drawn to harm his was initially given the task of the maps generated by lation block of 109 residents, with commissioner Stephen in you have to take someplans to run for the District earlier this year to draw one Horne's office. ie said he 90 of voting age, back into Bailey before the Nov. 22 thing out," he said. "You still 5 county commission, seat map that would meet state never knew about the fifth District 5. Hudson's request vote and thought he sup- have to keep all the districts currently held by. Scarlet and federal redistricting map until hours before it would have returned 237 ported his request to change close." Frisina: requirements. was unveiled at the Oct 20 people, 181 of voting age, to the District 4 boundary. Bailey said he chose
Vann said he filed the The main goals were to meeting. District 4. "He supported cleaning not to second DePratter's
paperwork to open a cam- keep all incumbent elected "I guess I was surprised," "I see no reason why up the lines," Hudson said. motion, even for discuspaign account on Nov. 16, officials in their existing dis- he said. my whole neighborhood "It seemed simple enough to sion purposes, because he
six days before commission- tricts, maintain the racial bal- Ron Croft, the county's wouldn't be in the same leave it in." doesn't believe in seconding
ers approved the new district ance in the county's minority addressing and GIS coordi- district," Vann said. "Why When Bailey failed to sec- motions he doesn't plan to lines. He asked commission- voting district and draw lines nator, said he was given the did my little section need ond DePratter's motion at support ers at the Nov. 22 meeting so the population in the meeting, Hudson "If you second a motion,
to move his neighborhood the districts would be expressed disap- you, should support the
back to his old voting dis- within 1 percent of pointment motion," he said.
trict, but DePratter's motion each other. "It was just a futile *But DePratter doesn't
to approve the request died New census data attempt to get it give much hope the dispute
after none of the commis- showed District 1 done," he said. will be resolved voluntarily.
sioners would second the was the smallest, The first four "I wasn't happy with the
motion, with a population of maps drawn by whole process," he said
"I don'thave any proof, but 11,380 and District Bailey DePratter DuPree Frisina Williams the Supervisor of 'That's all I'm going to say.
it's hard to look at and think 4 the largest, with Elections office It's too late to do something
it was not done'deliberately" 14,362 people. task to generate a new map to go to District 1 and not impact every district equally, about it now."
Vann said. "Especially when After Horne's staff creat- by Williams in October. my entire neighborhood? I Hudson said. None of the commissionDePratter made a motion ed a new map, she met indi- His main task was -"to think it's important to keep "Do they straighten this ers interviewed said they and none of the commission- vidually with commissioners balance it out," meaning neighborhoods together in up and do the right thing?" were aware of DuPree's ers would second it" and school board members the populations in each dis- the same district" Hudson asked. ", letter to the sheriff until
Frisina' denied the claim, for input After the meetings, trict Redistricting may impact Bailey said he chose not contacted by the Lake City'
saying she didn't tell anyone she said her office created "I'm just looking at a total Vann's plans to run for support Hudson's request Reporter. to move Vann to another dis- three additional'maps. head count," he said. "I just county commission next after he learned how many "I don't have a clue where trict. "We spent two or three started looking at num- year. Vann said he planned people would have to be that is coming from," Bailey
'To say I had influence months working on them," bears to challenge Ffisina, who moved back into District 4. said. "I could speculate, but
is incorrect," she said. "It's Horne said. "I think the Croft said he was never faces her first re-election bid He said 'Hudson originally that would be speculation. I obvious he's trying to paint redistricting team did a given specific instructions to next year. It would be much estimated his request would really don't know." me in a vindictive light" marvelous job. They [maps] target any neighborhoods or more difficult to challenge affect about 50 people.
Frisina said the new were clean and good." move anyone into another District 1 incumbent Ronald
district map supported by Horne said she was sur- district He denied moving Williams, who has held commissioners at the Oct prised when the fifth map Vann to District 1 intention- office nearly 30 years. Look and feel great in your holiday attire! 20 meeting was advertised drawn by county staff was ally. "I've talked about run- LEP U
prior to Vann filing his cam- unveiled at the Oct 20 meet- "I don't know the mani," ning for two years," Vann LOSE up to 2 POUNDS
paign paperwork with the ing. he said. "I just went into said. "Its not been a big
county. 'We had never seen it that area trying to balance secret" BEFORE YOUR HOLIDAY PARTIES!
"He filed to run in a dis- before," she said. 'We had the numbers. I was trying to Vann said his motivation trict that he could be cut out no input on it They didn't move the fewest number of for running is to bring his of," she said. even give us a copy of it" blocks I had to." experience to the county
DuPree said he was "very Horne said she "removed Williams said he was not commission as a small busi- E OLIC
surprised" commissioners myself for anything about instructed by anyone to ness owner. RESEARCH.CENTER
wouldn't at least discuss redistricting," after commis- draw a new map that target- "I think the county needs I HT OSS SPECIALISTS'
Vann's request. .., sioners chose the county- ed specific neighborhoods more effective leadership at :mioI ,m
"I don't know a single rea- generated map. 'for redistricting, the top," he said.
son it couldn't have passed," "You want to feel like it 'There was really noth- Frisina said she didn't DuPree said. 'Tihere was was a waste of time," she ing wrong with any of the know Vann was planning to "You're Just
never any discussion about said. [first four] maps," he said. run for her seat until the
it" DuPree said he looked at "Any of them could have day before the Nov. 22 vote weeks away from
DuPree said he could have the first map generated by been adopted. The first four when she was told about the
relinquished his chairman's Horne's office last summer maps would have impacted paperwork he filed to open rockin' that Little
seat to vice chair Frisina so and didn't have a problem the west side of the county a campaign accounts he could second the motion, with it more." 'To say I had input [in Black Dress!"
but he didn't "I looked at it and I left," Williams said he told Croft moving Vann to another dis'" chose not to," he said. he said. to draw a map that shifted trict] is incorrect," she said.
"Looking back on it, it was a Two or three weeks later, more of the changes to the Commissioner Williams, mistake." DuPree said he was asked east and that's how the map who called Vann's claim he'd
Commissioners' also' to return to the Supervisor approved by commissioners been -purposely excluded failed to second a motion of Elections office to review was created. from District 5 "a bunch of
by DePratter to approve a three new maps.' When
boundary change request- he asked why there were - -PEC-L-'ed by longtime Columbia now four maps to consider,
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Sports Editor
754-0421 SPORTS

Sunday, Dec'ember 4,201 I. Section B


Moe's Night
set for Monday
The Columbia High ,'
soccer teams will host a
Moe's Night fundraiser
from 5-8 p.m. Monday
at Moe's Southwest Grill
in Lake City.
For details, call
Reindeer 5K run/
walk Saturday
The Dashing to the
Snow Reindeer 5KRun/Walk, sponsored
by Women's Center
of Florida, is 8 a.m.
Saturday at the Columbia
County Courthouse.
Registration begins at Suwannees
7 am. and is $35.
YOT,. 25-point fourth
9-under travel quarter dooms CHS
team tryouts
The North Florida By BRANDON FINLEY Suwannee exploded for 25
Rays 9-under baseball points to take the 16-point
travel team has tryouts win.
planned for 10 a.m. LIVE OAK Columbia Columbia had a hard time
Saturday and Dec: 17 High's basketball team drawing fouls in the second
at Southside Sports dropped its first game of the half as the Bulldogs only
Complex. season to Suwannee High had one team foul going
For details, call Todd in Live Oak on Saturday. into the final seconds of the Green at 365-5161 or The Tigers (3-1) trailed fourth quarter.Leonard Johnson at after all four quarters in the "This may be good for
867-6655. 6044 loss. us," Columbia coach Horace
The game was close Jefferson said. '"You never Registration for throughout the first half like to lose, but let it be a
with Suwannee taking an lesson learned. The kids Lake City online early 10-7 lead after the first thought it was going to be
quarter and building to 21- easy. It's kind of like when Lake City Columbia 14 before th halolum a ell kid not t toc BRANDON FINL ake City
C~~uK Yo'th Baseball fought back, and led the ,a st4~ be~qa e it's hot but BADNFNE/aeC Rp
registration for 2012 is g bk n Col b T liionts dribbles past a Suwannee High defender in the Tigers 60-44
registration for 2012 is game.. .. Witin 35-st headin ,.," ,....., z n,,. "C
nu ~ ~~g ame, w i A 3 Ai o-*, Onea n )
available at www.lcccyb. into the fourth quarter, but TIGERS continued on 2B loss in Live Oak on Saturday. corm. Online registration
is $75 plus a transaction
For details, call Tad
Cervantes at 3654810.

E From staff reports


E Fort White High girls
basketball at Santa Fe
High, 6 p.m. SEC PAC 12 BATTLE
0 Columbia High girls
soccer at Chiles High,
7 p.m.
N Fort White High
soccer vs. RK. Yonge V Wednesda*
School, 7 p.m. (boys-5)
Columbia High
soccer vs. Fort White
High, 7 p.m. (girls-5)
basketball at Newberry
High, 7:30 p.m. (JV-6)
.1 Fort White High boys
basketball at Santa Fe High, 7:30 p.m. (JV-6)
Wednesday BRANDON FINLEY/Lake City Reporter
Columbia High boys Columbia High's Dylan Sessions heads i ball in a game 'soccer at Buchholz High, played earlier this season.
7 p.m. (JV-5)
Thursday Tier l2'
so cFor uht lagh Tigers go 1soccer at Interlachen III
HgFort White High GET YOUR
boys basketball at Union a
County High, 7:30 p "m.T
Friday Fort White ties District opponents
5 Columbia High Keystone eeightS Panama City Mosely and
wrestling in Capital City J Chiles High came away with
Classic at Chiles High, 2-2 in district. 2-0 and 2-1 wins against the 1-800-34-GATOR
noon Tigers respectively. o
Columbia High boys By BRANDON FINLEY "We played Mosely in Or
soccer vs. Mosley High, Panama City already and
7 p.m. (JV-5). lost 7-1," Columbia High GA" .C M
Columbia High. Columbia High had split head coach Trevor Tyler
basketball vs. Lee High, results at the Capital City said. "Our team played 7:30 p.m; (girls-6) Invitational.ThsTigers'soc- much better this time. We
Saturday cer team picked up a win, 5- had some chances, but
Columbia High 0, against St. Francis High didn't convert."
wrestling in Capital City on Friday before falling in In theTigers' final game, Classic at Chiles High, two games on Saturday. Tyler said fatigue caught up TBA Jimmy Blakely went with 'Columbia.
Fort White High for a hat trick against St. "After three games in two '
basketball vs. Hawthorne Francis while Travis Berry days, the legs just 'didn't '' :',"
High, 7:30 p.m. (girls-6, and Hunter Grow each had have what they usually S rIElt.OCO N L CrN7 R .
JV-4:30) goals. \ have," Tyler said. ,s n wTHE5m HAssearIna canarEna r coer
Columbia High boys Dylan Sessions had three Blakely scored his fourth ,LrowaaLeArsa~cursoo-ass-rture> .--.r.da
basketball at Wolfson assists and Cody Beadles ClnuOn
High, 7:30 p.m. (JV-6) was credited with one. CHS continue on 2 Credit Union

2B LAKE CITY REPORTER SPORTS SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2011 Page Editor: Brandon Finley, 754-0420


TELEVISION O.Totals 26-57 7-11 68. Oakland at Miami, I p.m.
TELEVISION SYRACUSE (8-0) Tennessee at Buffalo, I p.m.
Christmas 0-000 0, Joseph 5-14 3-4 Indianapolis at New England, I p.m.
TV sports 14, Melo 4-5 I-2 9, Jardine 6-10 3-5 16, Baltimore at Cleveland, 4:05 p.m.
Triche 5- 13 9-9 20, Waiters I-8 0-0 2, St. Louis at San Francisco,4:15 p.m.
Today Fair 4-10 II 9, Keita II 0-0 2, Reese Dallas at Arizona, 4:15 p.m.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL 0-0 0-0 0, Southeriand 0-3 0-0 0. Totals Green Bay at N.Y. Giants, 4:15 p.m.
9 p.m. 26-64 17-21 72. Detroit at New Orleans, 8:20 p.m.
ESPN BCS Selection Show, at Halftime-Syracuse 31-27. 3-Point Monday's Game
Bristol, Conn. (live and tape) Goals-Florida 9-26 (Walker 5-9, Boynton San Diego at Jacksonville, 8:30 p.m.
GOLF 4- 10, Rosario 0-2, Beal 0-5), Syracuse Thursday, Dec. 8
9 am. 3-17 (jardine 1-3, Triche 1-4, Joseph I-5, Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 8:20 p.m.
TGC Sunshine Tour, Nedbank Walters 0-1, Fair 0-1, Southerland 0-3). 'Sunday, Dec. I I
Challenge, final round, at Sun City, South Fouled Out--None. Rebounds-Florida New Orleans at Tennessee, I p.m. Africa (same-day tape) 33 (Beal 10), Syracuse 40 (Fair I). Indianapolis at Baltimore, I p.m.
I p.m. Assists-Florida 15 (Walker 5), Syracuse Kansas City at N.Y.Jel, I p.m. ,,,
TGC -World Challenge, final round, 13 sardinee 7). Total Fouls--Florida 17, Minnesota at betroit, I p.m.
atThousand Oaks, Calif. Syracuse 12.A-24,459. Houston at Cincinnati, I p.m.
3 p.m. Tampa Jacksonville, I p.m. I
NBC -World Challenge, final round, FOOTBALL Atlanta at Carolina, I P.m. %.,. : I"e t
atThousand Oaks, Calif. Philadelphia at
3 p.m. New England atWashington, I p.m.
TGC PGA Tour, Qualifying standings San Francisco at Arizona, 4:05 p.m.
Tournament, fifth day, at La Quinta, Calif. Chicago at Denvei 4:05 p.m.
12 midnight AMERICAN CONFERENCE Buffalo at San Dieg 4:15 p.m. ASSOCIATED PRESS
TGC European PGA Tour, Hong East Oakland at Green Bay, 4:15 p.m. Oregon RS S
Kong Open, final round W L T Pct PF PA N.Y. Giants at Dallas, 8:20 p.m. Oregon players pass the trophy around after winning their NCAA Pac-12 Championship
MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL New England. 8 3 0 .727 331 223 Monday, Dec. 12 game against UCLA in Eugene, Ore..Oregon won 49-31.
2 p.m. N.Y.Jets 6 5 0 .545 256 241 St. Louis at Seattle, 8:30 p.m.
VERSUS Notre Dame vs. Maryland Buffalo 5 6 0 .455 261 281
and George Washington vs. VCU, at Miami 3 8 0.273 212 206 College scores
Washington South Ose s *
4 p.m. W L T Pct PF PA Friday
FSN NC State at Stanford NFL Houston 8 3 0 .727 293 179 N. Illinois 23, Ohio 20
I p.m. Tennessee 6 5 0.545 226 212 Oregon 49, UCLA 31
CBS Regional coverage Jacksonville 3 8 0.273 138 200 Thursday By ANNE. PETERSON 'sons,,will bolt to the NFL soon."
FOX Regional coverage Indianapolis 0 II 0 .000 150 327 WVirginla 30, South Florida 27 Associated Press next season. With his three TDs,
4p.m. No-tR 'While James celebrated James moved into a tie
4:B15 p.m. Baltimore 8 .3 0 .727 272 182 EUGENE, Ore. with his teammates after with USC's LenDale White
FOX Doubleheader game Pittsburgh 8 3 0.727233 [88 HOCKEY There's at least one more the victory, UCLA coach (2003-05) for second on the
8 p.m. Cincinnati 7 4 0.636259215 celebration running back Rick Neuheisel paused league's career rushing TD
NBC -Detroit at New Orleans Cleveland 4 7 0.364 165216 NHL schedule LaMichael James would before Bruins fans at list with 52.
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MondayLF Oakland W7 4L T0.636 Pct260 274 Thursday's Games Duck. That's a victory in a his hat MAC Championship
3:30 pm. Denver 6 5 0 .45 221 260 Columbus 4, Cagry 3,SO BCS bowl game. The former UCLA quarm DSan Jose 4, Montreal 3, SO
TGC PGA Tour, 'Qualifyingf Kansas City 4 7 0 .364 153 265 Pittsburgh: 2,Washington I James, a junior, has been terback was fired this week DETROIT When Tournament, final day, at La Qulnta, Calif. San Diego 4 7 0.364249275 N.Y. Rangers 5, Carolina 3 to the Rose Bowl before, after four seasons at his Dave Doeren took over MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL NATIONAL CONFERENCE' I
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.NFL FOOTBALL Dallas 7 4 0'.636 270 225 Nashvile 6,Vancouver 5 the national championship. Neuheisel said, gesturing Huskies were coming, off
8:30 p.m. "N.Y Giants 6 5, 0.545 252 277 Los Angeles 2, Florida I
8:30 pSa m NY Gsintsn 6' 0.545222 FrIdy's Games But so far during his ten- to the locker room as he a'heartbreaking loss in the
ESPN-San Diego at Jacksonville Plahington 4" 7 0.364 183 222 Chicago 5, N.Y. Islanders 4, so ure, Oregon has yet to win left the field, "but they can't Mid-American Conference
SP.M. PSouth Colorado 3, St'Louls 2, SO one of those big games. take those boys away from title game.
VERSUS Phoenix at Chicago W L T Pct PF PA Detroit4, Buffalo I He'll get another chance me." Ayear later, they've come
VESU--PhenxatChcao TPe P M Innesota 4, New Jersey 2Helgt
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2:55 p.m. 'Atlanta 7 4 0.636 259 227 Philadelphia 4.Anaheim 3, OT goes to the Rose Bowl. The lowing last weekend's 50- Chandler Harnish threw
ESPN2-Liverpool1atFuiharn TampaBay 4 7 0.364199291 Saturday's Ganes No. 8 Ducks earned the 0 loss to No. 9 Southern two of his three touchdown
Carol North3 8 0.273252305 Montreal2, LosAngeles I trip with a 49-31 victory California, in what turned passes in the final quarter,
BASKETBALL Ge W L T Pct PF PA Pittsburgh 3, Carolina 2 over UCLA Friday night in out to be a wave of coach- and Mathew Sims kicked
e N.Y. Rangers 4,Tampa Bay 2 the inaugural Pac-12 cham- ing moves around the a 33-yard field goal on the
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Detroit 7 4 0.636 316 246 N.Y. Rangers atTampa Bay (n) Oregon will play the go of Dennis Erickson. rally that gave Northern Today's Games Minnesota 2 9 0.182214295 Chcago at St. Louis(n) winner of the first Big Washington State parted Illinois a 23-20 victory over
No. 7 Baylor at Northwestern, 4 p.m. West 4 Buffalo at Nashville (n)
No. 18 UNLV at Wichita State, W L T Pct PF PA Philadelphia at Phoenix(n) Ten championship game ways with Paul Wulff, then Ohio in the MAC champi4:05p.m. 9 2 0.818262 161 N.Y. Islanders at Dallas (n) Saturday between No. 11 quickly hired former Texas onship game Friday night
No.24 California at San Diego State, Seattle 5 7 0.417216246 Calgary at Edmonton (n) Michigan State and No. Tech coach Mike Leach a The Huskies trailed 20-0 5 p.m. Arizona 4 7 0.364 213 256 Florida at San Jose. (n) 15 Wisconsin in the Rose day later. before coming back strong
StLouis 2 9 0.182 140 270 Today's Games
Syracuse 72, Florida 68 Thursday's Game etrotatColorado 8p.m Bowl on Jan. 2. The bowl The Bruins were granted in the second half.
Seattle 3. Philadelphia 14 Minnesota at Anaheim, 8 p.m. pairings will be formally permission this week from "This is something we've At 6, _.J'. K Tnd*aY Gamc, 'Calgary at Vancouve, 9 p.m. announced on Sunday. the NCAA to accept a bowl fought for as a program
AKansasi7at Chicago I p.m. Monday's Games 'We've got to," he said invitation despite their los- since I've been here," 'said
FLORIDA (5.2) Atlan eat Houston, I p.m. Tbronto at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. about winning in Pasadena. ing record. Doeren, aformerWisconsin
Boynton 9-16 0-0 22,Walker 6-13 0-0 17, Carolina at Tampa y, I p.m. Boston at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. "We've got to compete. 'We made it a game, assistant who took over Boynto 29-516Roi 0-0 2 -22,Wle 10 17 Carolnnat atap Pitbayg, I .p.m. TmaBya taa :0pm
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where it starts at," kind of effort, given the the Minnesota job' late
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From Page 1B Continued From Page IB, league record with three They get one nore game. but there was no flinching
straight 1,500-yard sea- Thell fn.d out where here today."
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ed a trip to the national away from at least eight of
championship game. the 11 red-clad guys tryTyrann Mathieu turned ing, to bring him down, a
in an MVP performance Heisman-worthy play that
when the Tigers needed should be enough to at least
him most, running back a get him to New York for the
punt 62 yards for a touch- banquet -if not earn him
down, setting up another serious consideration for
score with a fumble recov- the award as the nation's
ery and finally finishing off top player. Certainly, no
No. 12 Georgia with his defensive player has come
best play yet, a whirling up with more big plays.
dervish of a return that led "When you play as hard
to the decisive TD of a 42-10 as he does, good things hapvictory in the Southeastern pen to you," Georgia coach
Conference championship Mark Richt said. 'To behongame Saturday. est with you, I enjoy watchLSU (13-0) advanced to a ha ing him play football except
spot in the BCS title game 4 when he plays against us.
in New Orleans, 'just 75 When you see a guy- like
miles from its Baton Rouge that you appreciate the way
campus. The Tigers oppo- he plays. There's just somenent. will be announced ASSOCIATED PRESS thing about him. He finds a
Sunday night, but SEC West LSU head coach Les Miles is dowsed with water by guard Josh Williford (74) and linebacker Seth Fruge (48). during the way to do something spe,rival and No. 2 Alabama second half of the Southeastern Conference championship NCAA college football game on. Saturday in Atlanta. cial just about every game.
already beaten by the He did it again today."
Tigers 9-6 in overtime a Mathieu has scored four
month ago had the in ide the deficit was only 10- Mathieu said. "I looked'knocked loose just before enough to win the game's touchdowns this season: track even though it didn't 7 when the teams went to at the referee. I'll have to he hit the turf. Who was MVP award. Not even close Two on returns, two more its division, the locker room. He took remember not to do that there to fall on it at the on this day. from his cornerback spot
The Bulldogs tried to real- a punt at his own 38, found next time." Bulldogs 26? Mathieu, whose nick- He's forced six fumbles.
ly shake things up, racing an opening and was gone That was long forgotten Mathieu, of course, his name comes from a humor- He's picked off two passes. to a 10-0 lead that could've all the way to the end zone by the time the fearless fifth fumble recovery of the ous YouTube video about' He one of the top tacklers been even bigger if they for his second punt return sophomore was done. season. supposedlytheworld'smore on one of the nation's top
hadn't dropped a pair of for a touchdown in as many "I just tried to make one LSU quickly seized its fearless animal ("Honey defenses. potential touchdown passes weeks. Well, almost to the guy miss and then get to the first lead. The Tigers finally Badger don't care, he just LSU took control with a in the first quarter. LSU end zone. A replay showed end zone," Mathieu said. picked up a first down, then takes what he wants," the 21-point third quarter, comlooked downright awful on Mathieu flipped the ball to an On Georgia's first pos- freshman Kenny Hilliard narrator says), dropped ing back from a double-digit offense, .going three-and- official just before he crossed session of the second half, broke off a 15-yard run back to receive another deficit for the second week in out on all seven of iM pos- the goal line, but no one on quarterback Aaron Murray for the first of his three punt. About the only thing a row arid leaving little doubt sessions before halftime. the field caught the blunder. tried to scramble for a touchdowns. Normally, that the Bulldogs managed to that it's the best team in counBut, thanks to Mathieu, "Yeah, I kind of felt it," first down but had the ball would've been More than do was keep him out of the try heading into bowl season.

Southern Miss ruins

Houston's BCS hopes,

Keenum's Heisman shot

Associated Press

Davis threw four touchdown passes and No. 24
Southern Mississippiruined3
Houston's perfect season
and Bowl Championship
Series hopes with a 4928 victory over the seventh-ranked Cougars on
It was star quarterback Case Keenum's last
home game for Houston
for sure, and could've also
been the finale for coach
Kevin Sumlin, who has
been mentioned as a top ASSOCIATED PRESS
candidate for virtually North Carolina's Tyler Zeller (44) muscles his way tot he basket against Kentucky's
every higher-profile job Anthony Davis (23) in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game on Saturday in
opening. 'Lexington,. Ky.
Houston (12-1) Was l f s N
poised to impress a nation- -Davis' blocklit No 1
al-television audience and ASSOCIATED PRESS
representatives from the Houston's Case Keenum (7) is pressured by Southern
Orange and Sugar Bowl, Mississippi's Cordano Law (49) during the third quarter of the K n u k v r N N
who attended Saturday's conference USA championship on Saturday in Houston.
also made one last case for
an invitation to next week's own to win their first league Keenum completed 41 By, COLN FLY much TV, that this game Calipari took over, a span
Heisman .Trophy ceremo- title, of 67 passes for 373 yards Associated Press' was being played up like of 38 games that includes
ny. Tracey Lampley caught and two touchdowns. He. the end~ ails of end alls;" winning their final one at
Instead, the Golden two touchdown passes and became the first quarter- .LEXINGTON, Ky. Kentucky coach John home under Billy Gillispie.
Eagles (11-2) turned it into the Golden Eagles became back to reach 5,000 'yards ~Pushed and pressured all Calipari said. 'Lamb converted a threetheir big. 'day, shackling, the first team to' hold passing in three seasons," day, Anthony Davis finally 'Davis sure ended it, all point play as part of a 7-0 Houston's' high-powered Houston, averaging more one more record to tack went somewhere else no 'ight. run that gave Kentucky a
offense and striking with than 50 per game, below 35 onto his magnificent one could on the floor. Up. Reggie Bullock 'hit a 3- 63-60 lead. After Zeller hit several big plays of their points this season., career. -The freshman'soared to pointer for North Carolina .a jumper to cut it to one,
_________________________________________________________ block John Henson's shot (6-2)' to cut', the Wildcats' Lamb hit a pair of 3s, the .I. 1 l$"'-m an m ark in the final seconds and No. lead to 73-72 with 48 sec- saeeCond in the corner that
G riffn m akes H eism an iiuk__aim 1 Kentucky held on to beat onds left. After .freshman gaethe Wildcats a' 69-64
No.5 NrthCarolina 73-72 MarquisTeaguemissedthe lead with 3:47 left.
on Saturday to extend the front end'of a one-and-one, "He had .a couple of
By JIM VERTUNO television. He passed for, just about me, it's about all Wildcats' home winning Davis blocked. Henson's layups, a couple of threes
Associated Press 320 yards with touchdown of Baylor Nation," Griffin streak to 39 games, shot,' grabbed the rebound and they were big shots,
strikes of 59 and 39 yards. said. "I don't know if you '"I just jumped as high as and the Wildcats ran out they were big shots. That WACO, Texas Robert The first touchdown pass, can say we deserve it, but I could with my arm up," the clock., one in the corner was a
Griffin Ill lifted Baylor to its to Kendall Wright, came on would definitely be war- said Davis, who had seven "If he doesn't block the huge shot and he knocked best footballin ageneration. the second play. His first ranted." 'points and nine rebounds. shot, we lose," Calipari it down," Calipari said.
On Saturday, in what may touchdown run gave Baylor That Griffin is even being "I thought I probably said. "Both teams gutted it "I've got good players. be the last home game of the lead just before half- mentioned as a 'Heisman would (block it) I have out, just gutted it out. This We're young, we're inexpehis college career, the Bears time. The second scoring candidate is a testament to long hands." is supposed to be March, rienced, but I have really quarterback put on the kind run put Baylor ahead by how far this once moribund Freshman Michael Kidd- not now. I'm exhausted.". good players." of performance that could 14 and all but put the game program has come behind Gilchrist scored 17 points TylerZelleadHarrison After a 3-pointer by Convince Heisman Trophy away. him and coach Art Briles and grabbed 11 rebounds Barnes scored 14 points Barnes, North Carolina's
voters 'he's, best player in But will it resonate with over the last four years. for Kentucky (8-0) and apiece for the Tar Heels, 11th of the game, made it the country enough Heisman voters to Baylor (9-3, 6-3 Big 12) Doron Lamb added 12 of who led by as many as nine 69-67. Darius Miller's basket
Griffin ran for two touch- declare him the best in the got its first nine-win season his 14 points after half- in the first half and held a made it 71-67. Henson hit downs, passed for two more game? since 1986, will be going to time in the heavily hyped six-point lead in the second two free throws and Kiddand led the No. 19 Bears to "We thought 'if we came a bowl game for consecu- matchup, before Kentucky] rallied. Gilchrist answered with two
a 48-24 win over Texas in a out with a victory, we could tive years for the first time "I didn't realize, because The Wildcats haven't more before Bullock's 3 set statement game on national winr the Heisman. It's not since the early 1990s. 'I hadn't been watching lost at Rupp Arena since' up the final sequence.



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Sunday, December 4, 2011 Section C


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High-tech soft drink
'sdispenser hit

local eateries

Lucas Steitz, 21, fills up his cup at a Coca-Cola Freestyle machine at Moe's Southwest Grill restaurant in Lake City Thursday. He said his signature drink is mixing orange soda and Sprite with a. splash of Coca-Cola. 'I think it's a pretty good idea,' Steitz said. 'This is my first time seeing it. The only downside is that everyone doesn't know how to work ft quickly. If only it played reggae.'

'We want out customers to have the
best that is on the market and we think this is It.'

Ferne Mann, public relations and
marketing director for Moe's in Lake City.

By LAUR HAMPSgeneral manager of Firehouse Subs in ASONMATH.LKERL ,tyR
By LAURA HAMPSON Lake City. The bags also have hoses JASONMEW WAU(ERAak eCiY Reporter
thampson@lakecityreportercom that must be bconaeaed. hJennlfer McRae (from left) and her daughters, Aubree, 9, and Shelby, 15, take a sip of
he soda fountain has gone With the Freestyle machine the light cherry lemonade, root beer and Coca-Cola, respectively, Thursday while visiting
high tech. drink flavors come concentrated in Firehouse Subs In Lake City. Jennifer said that they love the new Coca-Cola Freestyle
With a tap of the touch cartridges the size of an ink cartridge machinQ.We can mix and choose anything we want. You cantreat yourself and add"
screen customers can for a large printer and are easier to different fIaors. The kids like to come in and make their wn' combos. My 12-year-old
choose from more than 100 change, she said. The cartridges are daughte~,terina, likesto mix Coca-Cola, root beer, Sprite and Dr. Pepper.
flavors of soda, juice and water with loaded into. the bottom half of the ',
the Coca-Cola F reestyle, a compiter-. machine The. C02, water and sweet- ,
operated soda machine. ener are piped in from the back room ...
In Lake City the Freestyle of the restaurant.
machine delights customers at Moe's The flavor, sweetener, water and Southwest Grill and Firehouse Subs CO2 combine all at once from one
where they can choose from branded valve. Drinks from Freestyle have a
beverages like Vanilla Coke and more accurate brand taste than reguPowerade. The machine also offers lar machines, Nobles said.
flavors not normally available like 'Mis is exactly what it would taste Raspberry Sprite and Orange Coke. like if it were coming out of the Coke
Restaurants employees are also fans plant," she said.
of the machine because it is easier to Firehouse Subs opened in April and
refill. has had a Freestyle machine since,
Regular soda machines have bags she said. All locations in the chain will
offlavor and sweetener that can weigh have the machine eventually, she said.
about 45 pounds. said Sandie Nobles, BUBBLY continued on 2C

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By Joshua Freed and Scott Mayerowltz 0 Oil prices are volatile. Fuel i an airline's half of the passengers out of San Francisco
-Associated Press largest expense. American paid an average 53 percent in 2006. Then Virgin America
$2.32 for a gallon of fuel last year, it expects jumped into the lucrative transcontinental NEW YORK Airlines may defy the law of to pay $3.01 this year. Yes, some drivers pay business. By 2010, less than 45 percent of gravity,' but they can't ignore math. more for gas, but "consider this: American passengers flew United or Continental. Virgin
WhenAmericanAirlinessoughtbankruptcy used 2.5 billion gallons of fuel last year. accounted for more than 6 percent of San
protection this week, it marked the 189th time N Pilots, mechanics and other 'employees Francisco's traffic. a U.S. airline has done so since the govern- have very specialized jobs demanding higher United had to lower prices to compete, and merit deregated the industry in 1978. Most salaries. Government regulations and union made less money off those passengers it did lived to fly again, as'American probably will, contracts limit the length 6f Workers' shifts, retain. The competition doesn't even have to Some were grounded'forever. often creating logistical challenges. be profitable. Virgin Anierica has lost $661.4
Expensive labor contracts, erratic fuel prices n Recessions. When businesses fold or million since it started flying in August 2007.. and passengers used. to cheap cross-country vacationers lose jobs, the airlines lose pas- "It's a business where competitors enter fares were to blame this time. Other times, sengers. .your market at 540 mph," Jeff Smisek, CEO
costly planes, fears of terrorism and even out- U The uncontrollable. Snowstorms, vol- of United Continental Holdings Inc., said in an breaks of disease have pushed airlines to the canic ash clouds, earthquakes, outbreaks 'of October interview. ."Ire sa rp hooa[il~ff'r e, diseases like SARS and terrorism can ground For American's parent; AMR Corp., the
'~I'sjut capeoo,"sad illDifedeifrplanes or scare away passengers, strains were too much. By Tuesday, when it
CEO of Skybus Airlines, which stopped flying' Besides all of that, airlines have to worry filed for Chapter 11 protection, it had $29.6 bilon April 5, 2008 after less than a year in busi- about what their competition does. If one carri- lion in debt and only $24.7 billion in assets., ness. It was the third airline that week to fail. er cuts fares, everybody else usuallymatches The rest of the industry has managed
In the past decade, U.S. airlines have lost even'if it cuts into profits because they through the ups and downs and is expected
a combined $54.5 billion and failed to make know .fliers 'will go for the airline that's ,$10 to turn a profit this year. That's because air IO~E RS
money in seven of 10 years. cheaper. ,lines today are more wiln to raise fares to ASCAE RS
SO why is it so hard to make money running Then there's the brash, eager, entrepreneur' offset fuel costs and are more cautious when In this April 23, 2008, file photo, an
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U Plnesareexpesiv A oein 73's ista hip, new airline offering deeply-discounted said Philip Baggaley, an airline debt analyst at fuel into a Southwest Airlines' plane at price is about $80 million; leasing one costs tickets. Standard & Poor's. And, as passengers know, Los Angeles International Airport in Los
about $300,000 a month. Unitedand Continental used to fly more than the airlines don't give much away any longer. Angeles.

BUBBLY:" High-tech drink dispensers Oil prices steady after U.S.
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"We do have people ond try. that is on the market
drinks," Nobles said. all the flavors," Ferguson said Ferne Mann, public the day after the government as the headlines suggest"
-When it's busy the line said. relations and marketing By Chris Kahn reported that the unem- independent analyst~ and
can get backed up with Lake City Moe's owner director for Moe's in Lake Associated Press ployment rate dropped last trader Stephen Schork said.
people trying to pick a Robert Mann said before' City.
drink. Older people and Moe's installed the The restaurant leases NEW YORK -Oil prices month to 8.6 percent. With Oil prices have' climbed
those who have never machine in July he had the Freestyle machine are steady after the govern- more people working, gaso- most of the week, following
experienced the machine regular customers beg- from Coca-Cola for about ment said the unemployment line demand should rise. a series of developments that
sometimes have a hard ging for caffeine-free soda '$160 per month. Coca- rate dropped to the lowest Traders also noted that suggested higher oil demand
time working the touch flavors. "Now we've got Cola gave the store an level since March 2009. the surprising dip. in the and' tighter global supplies
screen. them," he said. allowance to install the Benchmark crude fell by 300,000 people who gave up Tensions grew Over Iran's
Moe's customer Joy We were one of the first machine, which meant 4 cents on Friday to $100.15 searching for jobs along with nuclear program. Iran is
Ferguson said she had a 100 Moe's in the country redoing the cabinetry and per barrel in afternoon trad- the 120,000 jobs that were, accused of developing nudehard time pouring drinks to have a Freestyle, Mann water filtration system, inig in New York. Brent crude added to the economy ar weapons and Western
for herself and her friend said. she said. rose by 29 cents to $109 a* 'There was a knee-jerk nations are considering
Mary Jane Weaver, but 'We want out custom- "It makes Moe's a more barrel in London. reaction to the jobs report, sanctions against the oil-rich
figured it out on the sec- ers to have the best fun place to eat," she said. Prices jumped earlier in but the economy isn't as rosy nation.



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vJAMR 39 4.23 -24.46 -51.3 ASpecRty 7.80 -2.91 -27.2 Cirumbun 2.52 -1.58 .5 HomeDp NY 1:16 39.94 +3.76 +10.4 +13.9 SouathnCo NY 1.89 43.76 +1.29 +3.0 +14.5
C-TrCVOL 36.44-18.39 -33.5 HMG 3.70 -.77 -17.2 AllianceBk 3.75 -1.30 -25.7 iShEMkts NY .84 39.77 +3.67 +10.2 -16.5 SpdntNe NY 2.60 +.22 +9.2 -38.5 aTontal Assets Total Retum/Rankm PAt Min In+t3C
PrUItVixST 16.47 -7.88 -32.4 HaflwdGp 10.97 -1.43 -11.5 HorizPh n 5.06 -1.75 -257 iS Eafe NY 1.68 50.79 +4.34 +9.3 -12.8 SPDR FndNY .20 12.91 +1.13 +9.6 -19.1 Name Ob (Mlna) NAY 4-wk 12mo 5-year Lead mat
CSVS2xVxS43.41-20.57 -32.2 EstnlCap 2.26 -.19 -7.8 Celsion 2.18 -.62 -221 iShR2K NY 1.02 73.50 +0.88 +10.3 -6.1 TimeWam NY .94 34.41 +2.29 +7.1 +7.0 PIMO TotRels CL 142,635 10.82 -0.8 +2. 7./A NL 1,000,000
DrxRsaBear3O.50-12.54 -29.1 WellsGard 2.03 -.16 -7.3 Poniardrs 4.88 -1.38 -221 Intel Nasd .84 24.64 +1.91 +8.4 +17.2 WalMart NY 1.46 5809 +1.20 +2.1 +717 VanguardTotStldx LB 62,801 31.15 +0.7 +3.2/B +0.3/B NL 3,000
DrSCBrrs 28.44-11.22 -28.3 TrioTch 2.31 -.17 -6.9 PrUPShQQQ19.41 -4.84 -200 JPMorgCh NY 1.00 32.33 +3.85 +13.5 -23.8 WellsFargoNY .48 26.07 +2.56 +10,9 -15.9 Vanguard InstIdxl LB 57,915 114.31 +0.8 +4.0/A -0.1/ NL 5,00,00
PrUPShR2K14.11 -5.55 -28.2 AvalonHId 2.70 -.19 -6.6 IntegElec 2.25 -.55 -196 Lowes NY .56 24.31 +1.63 +7.2 -3.1 YRC rs Nasd .. 12.78 +78 +0.5-98.9 i n aG 6 36. .3 ./ ./ 250

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DirEMBear 18.41 -7.12 -27.9 Engy'vcs. 2.88 -.20 -6.5 RecovErs 4.36 -1.04 19.3 McDnlds NY 2.90 American Funds GrthAmA m L 55,932 29.29 +0.3 +-1.1/D -.3/D 5.75 250

Spite,430126 +2 uiong 750396+6 iroT1123 ..0+3 American Funds FninvA m 1B 55,605 29.2 +0.4 -1.1/C -0.31A 5.75 250
DrxEnBear 11.58 -4.37 -27.4 HKN 2.71 -.15 -5.2 GWilliFood 4.47 -.98 -18.0 Amedrican Funds CaplncBuA m IH 5,236 49.07 +0.2 +3.2/A +1.1/C 5.75 250
DirLatBear 16.48 -6.08 -27.0 Medgenicn 3.09 -.17 -5.2 Franescn 16.00 -3.00 -158 StockFootnotes: =Dividendand earnings in Canadan dollars. h=Does ntm mt cntinuedIltingstandards. American Funds IncAmerA MA 51,707 16.56 +0.4 +5.2/A +1.7/C 5.75 250
=Late filing with EC, nNw In past 52 weeks. pf = Preferred. rs =Stock has undergonearevere stock split Vanguard500Adml LB 51,226 115.07 +0.8 +4.0/A -0.1/ NIL 10,000 Most Active ($1 or more) Most Active (i1 or more Most Active ($i or more) ot at least 50 percent within the pest year. rt Right to buy security ata specied:pdce. a = Stock has spit by at Vanguard TdtStlAdm LB 48,932 31.16 +0.7 +0.4/B +0.4/B NI 10,000
Sleat 20 percent within the last year. un Units. vi = In bankruptcy or receivership. wd = When distributed. W = American Funds CpWIdGdA m WS 46,958 32.45 '-0.6 -5.2/C -0.3/B 5.75 250
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BkofAm 16554395 5.4 +.48 NwGold g 214150 10.63+1.06 Microsoft 2655354 25.22 +92 Mutua1 undFtno te: b=Fee covering mrket costs Is paid fm fund assets. d = Deferred sa charge, r Dodge&Coxlnf FV 39,276 30.60 -1.5 -12.0/E -23/A NL 2,500
S&P500ETF9400356124.86+8.52 CheniereEn2l3364 9.83 -.38 Cisco 2592590 18.55+1.05 trmptonee. fIm ntload (sales charges). m m Multiple fees are charged. NA = not available, p=prevdeyi s Dodg n3-/
SPDRTFni447663 12.91 +1.13 NovaGig 61976 10.76+1.09 Intel 243959 24.4+1.91 nt asset value, s= fund split shares'during the week. ix = fund paid distribution during the wkaners and Doge &Cox Stoclk LV 37,789 100.66 +0.2 -1.7/D -3.9/E NI 2,500
1 Losers must be worth at least $2 to be listed In tables at left. Moat ActIves must be worth at least $1. Volume In American Funds WAMutlnvA m LV 37,647 28.03 +1.1 +7.8/A 0.0A 5.75 250
GenElec 3805218 16.09+1.39 Rntech 148954 1.50 +.06 SidusXM 2450144 1.6 +11 hundreds of shares. Sourc:The Associated Press. Salesfguresareuneeofflclal. .FraktTemp-Frankln Income Am: CA 35,355 2.06 -0.7 .2/B +2.5/C 4.25 1,000
iShEMkts 2976443 39.77+3.67 GoldStrg 124430 2.01 +.23 PwShs QQQ92308271568.62+3.74 3-er. V29 rsodla vanguard InsPlus LB 34,626 114.32 +0.8 +4.0/A -0.1/B NIL 200,000,000
Cigrp r 28942526 29.17+4.54 Anteog 121213 2.74 +.20 YRo 15519 12.78 +.78 American Funds EurPacGrA m FB 31,624 36.55 -1.3 -9.7/C -0.4/A 5.75 250
FordM 2895210 10.90+1.15 YM Bg 112747 1.35 Yahoo 902 16.05 +95 M y t re ce PIMCOTotRetAdm b Cl 31,250 10.82 -0.8 +2.61 8 +7.3/A NL 1.000,000
iShR2K 2755079 73.50 +6.88 VantageDd 77457 1.16 +.04 RschMotn 1307849 16.77 +.77 .American Funds Ba1A m MA 30,776 .19 +0.3 +5.5/A +2.4/B 5.75 3250
'PMorgCh2720892 32.33+3.85 NAPalIg 73974 3.11 +.35 Oracle 1164496 31.20+2.46 Last Pvs Week Last RWe Day VanguardTotBdAdml CI 30,686 10.99 -0.4 +0.5/A +62/ NIL 10,000
SptNe 243.6051 2.60 +.22 Rubicong 73510 3.96 +.68 MicronT 1115243 15.80 +30 Prime Rat 3.25 3.25 Australia .9777 .9768 American Funds FnlnvA m LB 30,605 35.52 +0.9 +1.0/C +0.7/A 5.75 250
Pime Rate 325 3.25 Autaia .98 .968 Vanguard TotIntI d FB .30,375 13.78 -1.5 -9.5/C -24/B NIL 3,000
Diary Diary Diay Discount Rate 0.75 0.75 Britain 15598 1.5689 American Funds NewPerspA m WS 29,209 26.82 -0.4 -3.61C +1.5/A 5.75. 250
Federal Funds Rate .00.25 .00.25 Canada 1.0178 1.0150 Vanguard WelltnAdm MA 29,047 '53.0 4 +0.1 +4.6/A +3.4/A NI 50,000
Advanced 2,733. Advanced 352 Advanced 2171 Treasuries Euro .7459 .7430 Vanguard TotStllns LB 28,094 31.16 +0.7 +3.3/B +0.4/B NIL 5,05.000
declined 2 Declined 158 DediNed 527 3-month 0.003 0.02 Japa 78.03 77..76 Vanguard 001nv LB 26,981 115.04 +0.8 +3.8/A -0.2/B NL 3,000
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Lost dog pit bull, spayed female, 05291 05EIO5REITRE2loiaLa93020eqiesdg
brindle, with white spot lie a star Services Position part/full chine Shop, Computer skills need- Meridian Behavioral SENIORREGISTERED Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
on her chest, around 55 lbs, floppy ment opportunity for advance- ed, Wide range of duties etc. Healthcare Inc. NURSE SUPERVISOR and cats being sold to be at least 8
ear. Vryfrindy. os, btw en t MUSTfbe a people person Apply in person Grizzly Mfg Themhir Vetera Departmen~t of weeks old and have a health
ears. Very friendly. Lost, between with strong work ethic, DEPEND- 174 NE Cortez Terrace www.mbhci.orZ- ch lrd eateto erie o a av iedat
Baya & Duval, across from Baya ww ,7Veterans'Affairs Jenkins certificate from a licensed
Pharmacy. Call 386-984-7801 ABLE, good communication, great AP/AR, Estimating, order entry Please visit our website to view Domiciliary is seeking a veterinarian documenting they
customer service skills, alesn Hiring a "professionals'e current open opportunities supervisory level R.N. to fill the have mandatory shots and are
skills, computer skills, and wiHing a "rofesonal and to apply online: position of Senior Registered free from intestinal and external
ness to learn. MUST be a team salesperson. Satary plus Nurse Supervisor. All parasites. Many species of wild100 Opportunities player and able to work a flexible commission for new construction, Meridian is an active partner applicants must hold a Florida life must be licensed by Florida
Opportunities schedule including weekends & ambitious/self-motivated with the National Health Service RN. license and be certified in Fish and Wildlife. If you are
holidays. We offer Competitive fax resume to 386-758-8920 or Corps C.P.R. Requirements for all unsure, cofitact the local
0 .5529240 Pay and Health Benefits. Hotel Call 386-752-8653.candidates include strong office for information.
Insurance Verifier Experience Highly Preferred. P/T Selling Event Specialist For its Student Loan Forgive- clinical background, good
High volume Medical facility Only those seeking long term needed to promote products in the ness program. Licensed Clini- communication abilities, and 0 Livestock &
seeking an Insurance Verifier. employment'apply in person at Local Grocery Chains. Must be clans who serve in our approved e n com ut i l Supplies
Duties include Verify insurance Comfort Suites 3690W US Hwy outgoing and dependable. Week- locations inay qualify for up to excellent computer skills. Ideal for limits and parameters of 90. Please do not call the hotel re- ends/Some Weekdays are a must. $60k in Student Loan forgive- canaem en ursing
policy, data entry, gather garding your application. No experience needed, we will ness for F/T 2yr commitment. manageent ope o y or Sale
appropriate documentation, fill train. Please call (904) 908,4516. Therapists:expeore loine: Sqae)aeso1rls
out necessary forms and submit Director of Allied Health I I nlogon.htm Ronnie Hughes
authorization requests.. Programs (RN) wanted at North LCSW or Certified Behavioral Or call Susan-Espenship for
Maintain reports. Florida Community College. Analyst Preferred more information at 4
High school graduate, with a r AP% See for details. 386-758- 0600 x1010 407 Computers
min. of 1 year medical insurance E A Sales Position available for 9 Case Management Req #50000426
verification. mTEWAY motivated individual Rountree- (adult & child) Closing Date 12/06/2011 DELL Computer,
Please send resume toAl ItctvtdidvdaRonre-EO A $06
pesh cancercarenorthflori- Moore Toyota, Great benefits, paid 9 Master's Therapist in EEO/AAE $80.00
nExp. a plus but Methadone Clinic 386-755-9984 or
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dac r fax to 386-628-93*1. not necessary. Call Anthony e Master's Therapist in Th:e Florida Department of 386-292-2170
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busy local shop. Exp required. Responsible for providing programming 1 l R Phsicnse or ids
support and development of technology EmPloyment RN full-time Lake City CSU Licensed MD or DO. Duties K&H TIMBER
@Sales Help wanted. solutions for one or more businessareas s.. PRN RN, LPN, C.N.A. include: One to two hours per We Buy Pine Hardwood &
Electronic/Computers Fr & PT of the college. Assists as required in the 05529186 1 Recovery Specialist week on-site supervision of Cypress. Large or small tracts*
solution of operational difficulties LEARN TO DRAW BLOOD (Direct Care) ARNP's; Provide consultation Call 386-288-6875.
Send email to: encountered in existing programs. Local Phlebotomy Course between on-site visits if needed
AS Degree required, Bachelor's degree
preferred. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities offered in Lake City, FLA To see our current openings in and occasional resident clinical Wanted Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans. Assistant needed retail optical Required: Ability to work independently Certificate program. Mental Health and to apply evaluation/assessment. For job $275 & up CASH! Free Pick Up!
seeks full-time sales associate. to resolve and maintain all aspects of (904)566-1328 online, please go to: Oletails and to apply online go to NO title needed !386-878-9260
All training provided. Sales expe- technical support. Ability to communicate After 5pm 386- 752-3648.
rience helpful. Salary, $400- information and ideas in speaking so EOE, DFWP, E-Verify n.. Call Amelia
$500/week. Apply 9am-Spm others will understand. Able to accurately 05529410 Ee 386-75al 0mei
provide information to supervisors, Medical Billing Manager Tompkins at 386-758-0600
Mon-Fri at Eyeglass Express co-workers and staff by telephone, in Several years of experience in x1009 for more information. Garage Sales
295 NW Commons Loop Lake written form, e-mail, or in person. Ability medical office insurance coding, W e're on target! REQ#50504020
City (Hwy 90 Publix Plaza). to plan and organize. Ability to adjust to and billing required.Excellent Closing Date is 12/06/2011 MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
change and be innovative. Salary Based on Experience EEO/AAE Fri. 12/2, Sat. 12/3, Sun 12/4th,
Desirable Qualifications: Btachelor's Saay ae o xerec 8-2, 485 SW Billowing Gln., off
Gateway Baptist Church is accept- degree. Knowledge of SungardHE Apply in confidence, CR2, by fur n., o f
ing appls. for paid nursery work- Banner software, Oracle database Email: mafaisa05( hool & PBIHR Nt
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age and able to pass a background programming, PLSaL programming, C Education All Yard Sale Ads
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mornings & evenings, Wed. eve- programming preferred. MEDICAL ASSISTANT needed 05528912
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247, Lake City. College application, vita, and photocopies please fax resume to: Nursing Assistant, $479 quality clothes, shoes, electr, etc.
of transcripts. All foreign transcripts must 386-935-1667 or email resume to: next class-12/12/10
be submitted with official translation and 4
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Mobile Homes Unfurnished Business &
440 Miscellaneous 640 for Sale 71 ForRent 730 Home For Rent 750 Office Rentals 940 Trucks
RIDE NEEDED from S441 (near Land and Home Packages Move in Special from $199-$399. 05529414 For Lease: E Baya Ave. Two 2003 CHEVY SILVERADO,
Race Track) 7:30 A.M. to 1-75/90; for Mobile homes and modular 1,2 & 3 br apartments. Also, 2/br 1000 sqft office space units or
also need ride going back to Race homes. No Money down if you MH close to town. Incl water. LAKE CITY combined for 2000 sqft. 386-984- 2-WD EXT. CAB, 125,000 miles,
___________ 062 orweeends386497-762 well maintained, great shape,
Track 4:30 P.M. Also; MOPED own your land. 100 mile radius. 386-755-2423 0622 or weekends 386-497-4762 moain, C a t shape,
NEEDED or 4-cyl. car in good North Pointe Homes, Gainesville _B/BA125F$85_m_750,Cal38-9707
mech. cond. (cheap, dents ok; (352)872-5566 NICE Apt Downtown. Remodeled 3BR/2BA 1064SF $595. mo Midtown Commercial Center,
prefer automatic) 386-628-7341, 1 bedroom. Kitchen, dining, living brand new executive front suite &
room. $450. mo plus sec. 2BR/1BA 768SF $495. mo suite w/warehouse. Recreational
Don't call Saturday. 650 Mobile Home 386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951 2 AVAILABLE Call Vicki or Joe 386-935-2832. 9 Vehicles
60& Land
4 0 Good Things SPACIOUS 3BR/2BA in 1BR/1BA 500SF $395. mo Office for Lease, was Dr's office
4 to Eat CLEAN-NICE 1994 SW, metal Gatorwood S/D. Washer/dryer $9 sqft/2707 sqft 1984 CAMPER.
roof, heat pump, nice acre lot in hook up, clean. $650. 1st, last + 3BR/2BA 1000 SF $700 mo Oak Hill Plaza Everything works $3000.
The Nut Cracker, Robert Taylor nice area 8 mi nw of VA. $29,000 security. 386-867-9231 Tom 961-1086, DCA Realtor 904-233-2714 or
Buy, sell, crack & shell pecans firm cash only 386-961-9181 2BR/1BA VACANT $495 mo _386-755-0273
2738 CR 252 W, Lake City 32024 The Lakes Apts. Studios & lBr's Zoned Comm'l or Resd'l. 5br/3ba
Pinemount Rd/CR 252 Taylorville Ideal Rental or Starter Home, just from $125/wk. Until. & cable ic., JASPER home or professional office.
386-963-4138 or 961-1420 renovated, 3br/2ba SW 1 ac. Off Sec 8 vouchers accepted, monthly 3BR/2BA 188SF $675 mo $1000. mo. w/1 yr. lease. 2010 PUMA Travel Trailer 32 ft.
41 on 246.B between 1-10 & 75. 10 rates avail Call 386-752-2741 Contact 386-752-9144 or 2 slide outs, air awig, King
The Pecan House in Ellisville min to LC. $28,500 obo. X-CLEAN 1700 sf SECOND 4BR/2BA 2052SF $750 mo 386-755-2235 or 386-397-3500 Island Bed. Many extras. MUST
We buy, sell & crack Pecans. NO bwner Finance. 386-330-2316 story 2/2, deck, quiet private SELL! $17,700 (863)660-8539
Several good Varieties. or 386-266-3610 acre 8 mi nw of VA. No dogs.
386-752-6896 Nice 1620sf 3br/2ba DW on 4 $600 mo + dep 386-961-9181 2BR/1BA JUST REMODELED 805 Lots for Sale
wooded acres, owner finance avail. $450. mo. 2 AVAILABLE
460 Firewood $119,900 Brenda Forrester, 0 Furnished Apts. PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Forrester Realty 352-339-6069 P17 For Rent 3BR/1.5 BA REMODELED All real estate advertising in this
Firewoo forSale.$65.perTruc $550. mo newspaper is subject to the fair
Firewood for Sale. $65. per Truck Owner Finance, 3/2, on 2.5 acres, Rooms for Rent. Hillcrest, Sands, housing act which makes it illegal
Load. Joey 965-0288 Mayo area, small down/$650 mo, Columbia. All furnished. Electric, to advertise "any preference, answer pis leave message 386-590-0642 or 386-867-1833 cable, fridge, microwave. Weekly Visit our website: liniitation, or discrimination based
we will call you back. or monthly rates. 1 person $135, on race, color, religion, sex,
630 Mobile Homes Unfurnished Apt. 2 persons $150. weekly disability, familial status or nation- W
for Rent 710 386-752-5808 Mike Foster 386-288-3596 al origin; or any intention to make
For Rent Mitchell Lee 386-867-1155 such preference, limitation or
2 & 3 br/lba Mobile Homes for ) 73 Unfurnished discrimination." Familial status
Rent. CH/A includes water, sewer, I552G965 HIL Home For Rent Accredited Real Estate Services includes children under the age of
garbage. $475./ nclude st & SPRING HILL VILLAGE 1688 SE Baya Dr., Suite 105 18 living With parents or legal
last mo + $300 dep. 386-961-8466 Excellent High Springs location. lbr/lba Free ele. Utilities incl. 4mi Lake City, FL 32025 custodians, pregnant women and 1, 2 & 3 bedroom floor-plans; S. Lake City. $300dep. $375mo. Accredited Real Estate Services people securing custody of chil2&3 BR MIH. $395 $650. mo. some with garages. 386-590-0642 or 386-867-1833 is a Full Service Real Estate Of- dren under the age of 18. This
plus deposit. Water & sewer fur- Call 386-454-1469 fice. newspaper willnot knowingly
nished. Cannon Creek MHP or visit our website: We do: Rentals accept any advertising for real es386-752-6422 Brick 2 BR/1 BA near Property Management tate which is in violation of the.
Alligator Lake, quiet neighbor- Property Sales. law. Our readers are hereby in2/2 Units. hood, CH&A, $600 mo. [2 formed that all dwellings adver- Bring th. picture in or
Monthly Specials 386-965-0762/965-0763 tised in this newspaper are availa$550. mo. Free Water.B ble on an equal opportunity basis. We will take it for you!
386-984-8448 Gorgeous LaS7 View 2br To complain of discrimination call
Apartment. Close to shopping. HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777, Your ad runs 10 consecutive days 3/2 SW, just renovated, off 41 on $485. mo $485 dep. the toll free wia description and photo.
246 between 1-10 & 75, 3br/2ba w/garage 5 min. to Iche- 386-344-2170 telephone number to the hearing You must include vehicle price..
$550 m, $500 sec. NO PETS. tucknee head spring Quiet wooded NICE 3BR/2.5BA in Russwood impaired is 1-800-927-9275. All ads are prepaid.
386-330-2316 or 386-266-3610 2/2 w/garage & washer/dryer area. Newly renovated $800 mo. S/D $995. mo. $750 security. Private party only.
3BR/2BA SWWH on 1 acre in hookups. West side of town, first and last w/ security dep. Application required. 8 Farms.&
Ellisville private lot 460. mo 1st. Call for details phone Fort White 386-497-3536 Call 386-935-1482 0 Acregh
last plus deposit. 386-755-6867 Available Immediately. SWMH 2/2 in Wellborn, age
386-454-2250 2BR/2BA w/garage Rent To Own 3br/2ba home $600 mo, and 12 acres+/-, Northwest comer of
Like New DW 3br/2ba. CH/A, on 5 minutes from VA hospital and In quiet subdivision. $600 security.. CR-18 and 81st Ave. Asking Price
1 ac. 10 min. S 41. Pet on approval Timco. Call for details. .386-752-5035 X 3113 386-365-1243 or 965-7534 $745,000. Call (801) 715-9162 for
$750 mo. plus elec. Full satellite 386-365-5150 7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales, Inc. B more information 2006 EF250
pkg included. 386-758-2408 A Landlord You Can Love! 2 STORY, 2 BR/1.5 BA on 750 Business &4 s b e8 Van
75 Office Rentals 4 acres, Wellborn, New Well .Ford Van
Mobile Homes for rent in 2 br Apts $550. & up + sec. Great 1/2 acre, fenced Turner Rd. installed, Beautifully wooded 3/4 ton, metal work
White Springs, & Ft. White. area. CH/A washer/dryer hookups. 1 st + last + dep. (includes water) w/cleared Home Site, owner fin, shelves/ladder rack,
Contact 386-623-3404 386-758-9351/352-208-2421 352-335-8330 or 352-258-9598 05529267
or 386-397-2779 OFFICE SPACE for Lease no down, $39,900, $410 mon 60K miles, exc. cond.
or 386-397-2779 Duplex w/garage spacious, 2/1, 3 BR 2 1/2 BA Country Home 576 sq' $450/mth Call 352-215-1018
Mobile Homes 1300 sq ft, W/D hook up, CH/A, Pool 6 miles So of Col. City 900 sq' $600/mth -$10,500
$650 month & bckgrnd chk, $1375 -mo First/Last/$500 deli 3568 sq' $2973/mth Call
640 for Sale 352-377-7652 or 352-514-2332 386-755-4050 or 752-2828 8300 sq' $5533/mth Ownir Financed land with only 1 386-623-9026
All2011!also Bank Building $300 down payment. Half to ten ac
All 2011's Must Go! Fall Special! 1/2 Price First 3BR/1BA w/CH/A, Located in the Excellent Locations lots. Deas Bullard/BKL Properties If you don't sell your Vehicle
All Homes at Dead cost! Save up Month. UpdatedApt, w/tile country. Credit check required. Tom Eagle, GRI 386-752-4339 during the first 10 days, you
To $10,000. North Pointe Homes floors/fresh paint. Great area. $500. mo. $500 Deposit (386) 961-1086 DCA Realtor can run the same vehide ad
Gainesville. (352)872-5566 From $395.+sec. 386-752-9626 386-752-3225 R Real Estate for 10 additional days for
We Need Used Mobile Homes! Large & clean. lbr/lba apt. 3BR/2BA CB home Carport hard- REPORTER Classifieds 87 Wanted rnonly $15.00
Will buy or trade. Top Dollar Paid. CH/A Ig walk in closet. Close to wood floors. CH/A Fenced yard. I Bu Houses
North Point Homes. town. $395. mo and $350. dep. Good area. $700 mo plus security. In, CAH! er h addition rn.
(352)872-5566 (904)563-6208 386-752-0118 or 623-1698 Quick Sale Fair Price

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On the spur of
the minute,
we decided to
take a quick
road trip down
to Branford to visit an old
favorite, the Suwannee
River Cove Restaurant. LAURA HAMPSONLake City Reporter
Recently reopened under new management with Students and teachers celebrate after delivering 4,246 food items collected during a school-wide food drive.
Mike Murray at the helm,
the spruced up d6cor
offers an attractive new
look. Kids, those young
in age and those young at
heart, will especially like
the new large aquarium
that divides the two main
dining rooms.
We went on a Friday
night in search of good
seafood and we were not
disappointed. The buffet is
a seafood lover's dream. It
was loaded with steamed
shrimp, fried shrimp,
fried scallops, polock and
catfish. The side dishes
included cheese grits,
regular grits, broccoli,
corn, baked beans, baked LAURA HAMPSOLm.aek City Reporter
potatoes, hush puppies and Covenant Community School students form a line to unload food
-a well furnished salad bar. collected for the Christian Service center.
A dessert bar is also available if you can possibly
squeeze it in. It included
spice cake, jello parfaits,
puddings and a cobbler.
On Friday and Saturdayt
nights.the Cove offers
a Children's Buffet that
includes spaghetti, popcorn For 29 years the center has proshrimp, corn dogs, chicken By LAURA HAMPSON vide ose in need with food, clothstrips and fries. This is a ing, house ing assistance and disasternice touch that you don't ing, housing assistance and disaster
nice touch that you.don't ile touring assistance. "It's been a real struggle
taurants. One of ourffet res- the Christian to meet those needs," she said.
whotaurants. One of our party Serice Center of Every day about 50 families
order e d the pork chop din- Columbia County come to the center for food and
ordered from the menu.pork chop din- October, other needs, McManus said.
ner from the menu. You Covenant Community School stu- lhat'afs probably the biggest thing
grilled c an order it either fried or dents were struck by the food we do here, food." Donations allow
sides. Side orders from bank's bare shelves, said teacher the center to use scarce funds for
Sherri Booz. other community needs.
the menu are baked potato, The trip was part of the school's Booz said this is the first year
mashed potatoes, french volunteer service class and during the~school has had a community
fries, rice pilaf, vegetable the ride back to school students service class and it aims to teach
of the day, cole slaw or decided to hold a food drive. studentathat their lives aren't just
house salad. If you prefer "They got a real fire and burn to about themselves. Students in the
ordering off of the renu help the hungry," Booz said. LAURA HAMPSONILak? City Reporter class will do individual service

thas asarge se etiznrs, In a competition between classes, Students from Covenant Community School sort food they collected for the projects, such as a coht and blansadwi chups, app tr, the school of 83 students raised ket drive. The eighth grade class
Intriguing items included 4,246 cans in a month. The food ChristianServicecenter._ brought in the most cans and were
as appetizers are fried filled five large bins when students able to trade in their normal unias ter s a re frbitesd delivered it to the food bank on Christian Service Center the food bank was low but the dona- form for casual clothes for a day,
gator tail, lobster bites and ded ithfdk Chis e Cee tions will fill the more than 400 bas- 'Booz said.
brcoicheebte.Orededy .C~s1 u! Wieed t h etrgvst eeycm '. .. '" '
'our next tripdown, e On "What blessing," said Shirley for or isia se kets the center gives to needy com- "lhis has just been incredible,"

venture out and try onemof McManus, executive director of the said. After Thanksgiving she said munity members every Christmas. McManus said of the donation. these.
As we were finishing up
our: last bites of dinner, a C oe k op ike y
six piece country music weather good time check your spriler systems
group started warming
up and provided down
home charm to an already "I 7" t the arriv- GARDEN TALK of pressure in the system. In interfering with the directed the target
charming evening. We al of cooler these cases, simply using a spray of water and causing Thetwomaintypesosprinlearned that on Thursday V weather and longer run time won't correct dry spots. Turf can form a klers are sprays and rotors.
night there is even karaoke slowed plant the landscape problem, and mat and not allow a sprinkler Either type can become
with Crazy Jay for those V ro wth it may even cause additional to pop-up. Over time, a sprin- clogged over time by dirt and
so inclined. After dinner now is a good time to check plant health concerns. kler can, be pushed down py debris. Seals can also wear
we strolled out to sit on and repair your irrigation Some irrigation system vehicles or lawn mowers, and over time, resulting in leaks
the outside patio and look system. Many home own- problems are easily fixed, but it doesn't come up far enough and loss of pressure littlee or
at the beautiful Suwannee ers use automatic sprinkler you have to recognize them to water properly. With the no water will be coming from
River. Boaters enjoying systems to irrigate their Nichelle first The first step in good system running, these prob- these sprinklers. For help
the right u lawns. Newly built homes maintenance is conducting lems can be easily detected with trouble shooting these
tothe doc and come into in Florida usually come Demorest regular inspections while Sometimes sprinklers and other irrigation system
savor the tasty offerings at equipped with permanently 'the system is operating. A require some adjustment so problems, read Basic Repairs the Cove. installed sprinklers. While properly functioning iriga- that water is evenly applied to and Maintenance for Home
All in all, it was a won- irrigation systems need mistake made by homeown- tion system used only when the lawn and not to the drive- Landscape Irrigation Systems
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Ho Ho Ho; Now, What Do I Do?

ell, it's that gift- Don't spend your time and senior friend or a child? Look for her a card I'd give her: A colgiving season money again, one more season, a book to check out with them, orful sunrise over a bay. (We
J again. Like most shopping for something that isn't or show them how to get Email both love water sports and
of us, are you going to be appreciated or used. on one of the computers most sunsets.) Seen as a sunrise, it
short of ideas, Here are a few ideas on choosing libraries provide for free. How gives hope for a new day and
time, or money? Would you a more meaningful and personal about a gift card for their favorite new beginnings. Or, seen as a
like to give something that will gift. -,restaurant? They're into hobbies, sunset, it's a reminder of years
be truly appreciated, and make Take some time to think about sports, or interests? How about of the fine memories we've
someone's life a little better and what that particular person you art supplies, or a book at their shared. Inside the card, the
happier? care about needs', wants, likes, Robert Denny level? Take them to a game or message is about an increasWhat not to give: Haven't you or can use, not what you would sports event you know they like?., ing love and appreciation of
received things you didn't want, want for yourself. Just because Try giving of your time and each other, and about lookcouldn't use, or things that just you like to read mystery books, money spent on a gift that shows effort. Our neighbor friends ing forward to so many good showed that the giver didn't, they may not have your enthusi- no thought or care. Choose gifts knew we have a 10-acre ranch times ahead. really think about your wants asm. Just because they are avid that give a message that you with a large lawn, but with a bro- Whether it's a gift for someand needs? Do you still have bicyclists, don't buy them a'plas- gave some thought, time, care, or ken riding mower. They hooked one very close to you, or just that knick-knack someone gave tic horn with a rubber bulb td effort. up their tractor and "bush hog," an acquaintance, it's the seayou, sitting on the back shelf, squeeze. If they like tennis, that How about giving something and mowed our place in an after-, son to do something meaninggathering dust? Did you have to doesn't mean they would appreci- useful? Be careful, but you might noon. That was so thoughtful, ful for others. "It's better to inconveniently return a gift, just ate a t-shirt with an off-color mes- try what my wife's family does: and our place looked great And, give than to receive." 'You're to get back a few bucks? Did you sage on it Consider, "If it's not growable, it strengthens friendships. closer, to finding out what that
find that gift certificate in your Don't give something just edible, or drinkable, or going to How about a "virtual card?" means, when you take the wallet or purse, months later, for because it's expected, or because be used often, don't give it" How about a "virtual card" time, thought, effort, and care, a restaurant you don't like and you feel obligated. They will get Some thoughtful ideas: How instead of giving another of those to give such a personal gift. never use? Are you donating that that message. Even a card with about giving transportation to a cards or things which accumu- Merry Christmas and, Happy strange sweater to a thrift shop? a personal message is better than library, to someone who needs it, late for, 20 years? I described to Holidays to you!

Special Occasions 'Etenders' make harvesting season longer

By Dean Fosdick mer, while sheltering salad plant height -Mhe best and
Associated Press greens, herbs and root crops easiest way to use them is to
well into the New Year. put them over a raised bed," David Whiting is a "I use my cold frame for Larson said. Northern gardener who can't overwintering vegetables N Rbw covers: Polyester or 14"get enough of a good thing. much as I would a cellar," fabric covers that are laid over He uses extenders to jump- Whiting said. plants yet allow light, water
start his growing season in Here is a glance at some of and air to circulate. They prothe spring and to harvest late these time-tested tools, which tect tender edibles and flowers maturing plants after the snow can add months to your gar- from wind and rain damage as'autann. dening calendar well as temperatures dipping
'You can do a lot when you N Cold Frames: Simple to 28 degrees Fahrenheit throw a cover over crops," said structures made from wood 0 Cloches: Transparent Whiting, a consumer horticul- or cement blocks with window dome-shaped structures ture specialist with Colorado frames or clear plastic sheets with the bottoms removed State University Extension at hinged or draped over the top. that can cover single plants. Fort Collins. "All the heat is in "Cold frames can be used year- "A lot of people use old milk the ground and these devices round," said Barbara Larson, containers, but that actually help recharge it during the a horticulture educator with slows growth because they're day." University of Wisconsin opaque," Larson said. "Avoid
By "devices," he means cold Extension. "Youll be able to them because they keep frames, hoop houses, cloches, harvestcoolseasonvegetables things cooler inside rather row covers and pop-ups, all through Thanksgiving." That than warmer." of which create cozy microci- would include such things as 0 Pbp-ups: Tent-like frames mates that protect plants from arugula, kale, cabbage, cauli- that can be shifted from site Jacquelyn AnnetteLiCausi and Marsha ,Clayton and Donnie Gilliam seasonal chills.. flower and leeks. to site. "They're affordable,
Christopher Ward Extenders harden indoor- 0 Hoop Houses: U-shaped easy to use and can protect
started seedlings while speed- plastic pipes or bamboo poles to 25 degrees," said Maree LiCausi-Ward Clayton-Gilliam ing suchperennialsasaspara- stuck, into the ground and, Gaetani, a spokeswoman for
and Mr Jack ...-,. . ,.gusand rhubarb: toward atu"- covered with polyethylene Gardener's. SupplyCo., in
,i) ,.,,rity in the spring. They boost, sheets. Thse greenhouses- Biurlington, Vt "Some people Mr. and Mrs. Jack LiCausi of Rockford, guddy and Cindy Clayton of Lake the energy of heat-loving on-the-cheap can be made use them for insect protection;. Illinois announce the engagement of City announce the engagement and plants like peppers in the sum- till or short depending upon others for frost"
their daughter, Jacquelyn Annette, to approachig marriage of their daughter, Christopher Ward, son of George and Marsha Clayton of Lake City, to Donnie Joan Ward of Lake City. Jaci graduated Gilliam of Lake City, son of Charles and from Florida Southern College, and is a Brenda Gilliam of Lake City. Te bride TASTE 'Sn V
Marketing Manager for Blue Cross Blue is also the daughte of the late Linda BUDDIES: 'River
Shield of Florida in Jacksonville. Chris Thomas.
graduated from University of Florida and The wedding is planned for 11 a.m. Continued From Page 1D is currently enrolled in the MBA program Saturday, December 10 at Mt Carmel In the past when we have taken Out of on your meal is offered. SRC is closed on at Florida. He is Director of Land for KB baptist Church, 1205 W. Mt. Carmel town visitors here, they have loved the Mondays and Tuesdays. Suwannee River Home. The couple resides in Jacksonville, Ave., Lake City. last stretch of the trip on the short, tree 'Cove Restaurant is located at 8749 288th
Florida. An April wedding is planned. A reception will follow at MSlt. Carmel's lifted, wash board dirt road that leads you St, Brandford, Fla. Telephone number is reception hall. to this picturesque restaurant sitting on 386 935-0070. You might need to use your
All friends and family are invited, the banks of the Suwannee. GPS if you haven't visited this area before.
According to Mike, on Saturday
nights there is a Barbeque Buffet and on 0 Genie Norman and Mary Kay Hollingsworth
-Hamilton Sundays a full Country Buffet They wel- are Columbia County residents who, love
Gardner ,come bookings for wedding banquets, par- good food and fun, at home and out. Their ties, etc. On Wednesday evenings there column on area restaurants Scot and Lynn Gardner of Lake City is an "Appreciation Day" for veterans, appears twice monthly. You can contact them announce the engagement and approach- seniors and churches and a 10% discount at TasteBuddiesLakeCity@ ing marriage of their daughter, Becca
Gardner of Lake City, to Mike Hamilton of
Lake City, son of Ed and Sherri Hingson
of Lake City.
Grandparents of the bride are James
and Janette Spradley and Judy Gardner.
Grandparents of the groom are Jim and
Lena Hamilton.
The wedding is planned for Dec. 30.
Becca graduated Columbia High School
in'2010. She is currently enrolled at .
Florida Gateway College with studies in
the medical field.
'Mike graduated Columbia High School
in 2010. He is currently in the Unitd States Marine Corps stationed in 29 Olms,
'California. .
All family and friends are invited to attend.
Mike Hamilton and Becca Gardner \

Mayos 50th wedding anniversary reception

The 'children of Cecil and Faye Mayo p.m. at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on
are honoring their parents' 50th wedding County Road 10A in 'Wellborn. Friends and
anniversary on Saturday, Dec. 10,; from 3-6 family are invited to help us celebrate..

Simon Cowell one of Walters' 'Fascinating People'

Associated Press the Kardashian real- ended when an Italian court
NEWYOR arbraity TV family, plus Jesse overturned her murder A- :i
Walters has named talent-TyeFegsnadEi covto.
sho tyoonSion owelStonestreet, the onscreen A ninth name is yet to :
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DEAR ABBY. Every year I love my life as a young adult response you are getting. ** and help initiate plans for the
across the United States and This past year, my younger Someone you find interest- LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): future. Don't hold a grudge
around the world, families sister "Nicole" has been'say- ingly intelligent will have Follow through with your that will stand in the way of
must deal with the holiday ing she wants to move in with something to offer. 4** plans and surprise everyone future progress. It's time to
season after the unthinkable me so she can get out of our TAURUS (April 20-May ,with your choices. Mixing move forward. ***
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holiday t. remember, honor enjoy living by myself. you have worked with in the meant you in other ways as love. Focus on getting things
and reect on the lives of these DENicole and our parents are past will offer you something well. A change is long over- done at home that will add to
children who have died at now accusing me of being a worthwhile. Don't hesitate to due.your fun, entertainment and
any age and from any cause welcome. The holidays are an terrible sister and friend to her. make a decision. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22): comfort. What you put out, The Compassionate Friends, a emotionally loaded time of year She has been depressed, gone GEMINI (May 21-June Focus more on what you can youll get back. ***** national self-help support orga- for many people. For families into therapy and has been cut- 20): When it comes to help- accomplish than on someone CAPRICORN (Dec. 22pization for families grieving suffering from the loss of a ting herself. I want to support ing others, act on impulse. complaining or criticizing. Jan. 19): Helping out is fine, the death of a child, created the child, it can be even moreso. my sister in any way I can, but Some may frown upon your Don't let a lover or child cost but don't take over or you Worldwide Candle Lighting. Thank you for the support you I don't think her living with spontaneity, but the people you. Sp "no" if you feel you will be taken for granted. It is held the second Sunday offer them. me will be the solution to her who get what you are doing are being aken advantage of. Emotional issues will surface
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in its 15th year. The event offi- vices open to the public will to cause a rift in the family, but will praise you and help you Stakes place at 7 p.m. local be held throughout the day in Ialso don't want to be guilted reach your goals. A sincere cA (Sept. -O-t- money can be expected. time for one hour and contin- hundreds of locations across into letting her move in. What contribution will boost your LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): listen, but don't retaliate lies to grow larger every year. the U.S., as well as in about two should I do? ON MY OWN reputation. *** until your assets are in a safe
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Photo cards: What do

they say about you?

By Samantha CrItchell ~''~
Associated Press
NEW YORK The Santa
hats, beach background or
dressed-up dog in the holiday '
card photo might be saying
more than "Merry Christmas" AK CI TY-COLUMBIA COilTfY
or "Happy New Year." ,Ism ]
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where you've, been, what E NNAA P E
you're thinking, your outlook,
your outfits. Yes,, it's a big message to .
come in a 5-by-7 envelope,
but you already knew a pic- ASSOCIATED PRESS
ture could be worth a thou- This product image courtesy of Shutterfly shows an example sand words. Now consider of a Shutterfly holiday photo card. The holiday photo card that this card might be the might be the only piece'of snail mail you send to your loved only piece of snail mail you moa uu
send to your loved ones all ones all year.
year. While email and social
media makes it easy to stay
in frequent communication it when you see it, she says. and a lot to look.forward to." with far-flung friends and Her advice: "You want a Other tips: relatives, those tweets, texts photo that is 'in a moment." 0 Black and white: This is and updates can be deleted or That doesn't mean per- either nostalgic or modern,
forottn a qicky a tey fet, though. Sometimes it's says Johnson. With the tradl ... arrive. the frame shot just before or tional trappings those Fair
A holiday card, in contrast,. after the posed photo that bet- Isle sweaters, plaids or snowy "is really a chance to make. ter captures the real family landscapes your message a statement," says Kemper dynamic. is one of a classic, timeless
Johnson, visual director of Next, think about color., holiday greeting, he says,, an online That means not only the back- while something sleek with- FI RST
custom publishing site. ground and text but also the out clutter is more sophisti"You're creating your own hues of your clothes or the *cated and subtle. greeting card. It has mean- setting, says TV style adviser There also are practical reaiag, and most people you're Jeannie Mai. "Color is what sons to use a black-and-white sending it to' know will know will jump out of the envelope image. If there's too much that ifs your home in the first" clutter in the background, it'll
background or the vacation White, for example, is a be tempered, and will neutralyou were 'on, or it's an intro- way to "hit the reset button" ize clashing colors. duction to you and your fam- and convey a change, either M Coordinated clothes: ilyto a new friend," he says. in look or lifestyle, she says, "Matching outfits can do a Low ,,;
So are you the traditionalist while peach or blush tones couple of different things," 'P4 who lines the family up in front say "romance that you're San Francisco-based pho- J' W k I
of the fireplace? The goofball feeling lovey dovey." tographer Jennifer Chaney who each year dresses up her If you like a strong, pol- observes. "It can say, 'We're Chihuahua in a new sequined ished look, consider browns very traditional,' it can say, frock? The proud parent who and grays mixed with black, 'We have a sense of humor', wants to show off the family suggests Mai, who hosts but it also can convey that you football star and best ballerina Style Network's "How Do I don't have a lot of creativity" on the same card? Look?" She suggests everyone .
The right, photo will look, She envisions her own wear something in the same different for each family, and card this year to feature a color family or have one likely will be a different typ natural, woodsy setting with matching accent piece. you'lll each year, says Meg Bohnert, fresh greenery. "I want my look like you belong to the card stylist for Shutterfly, the card to say to my recipient same family but that you have online photo site. Youll know that there's a new year ahead your own style."


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