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Title: The Mayo free press
Uniform Title: Mayo free press (Mayo, Fla. 1958)
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Language: English
Publisher: Bernard Guthrie
Place of Publication: Mayo Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 2005
Publication Date: 1958-
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Accident sends five to hospital Loca citizens express
_______ healthcare concerns

City was passing a 1991
Delores a City was passing a 1991 About a dozen people were on hand to share
pick-up driven by healthcare concerns with Congressman Allen
Free Press Reporter Guadalupe Garcia, P.O. Boyd Cafe the lunch hour on
Boyd at Mayo Cafe during the lunch hour on
A fully-loaded log ayMonday, Feb. 21. Coming to Mayo from Live Oak
truck and a Ford pick-up the driver of the pick-uphe o he cr i
truckaned a Frd icku themdier o the pthe afternoon, this was the second meeting in a 15
turned the roadway in attempted to make a left outy sweep to be made by the Congressman
front of Mayo Correction- turn into an unnamed and his staff.
al Institution (MCI) into a dirt road and turned di- On he ti
chaotic mess within sec- rectly into the path of the Once the meeting got underway it became obvi-
onds Friday afternoon, log truck resulting in the
7Feb. 18 with crushed ve- major concern to Lafayette County residents.
Feb. 18 with crushed ve-
Three areas of healthcare was discussed: health-
hicles, strewn logs and SEE ACCIDENT, PAGE 5A
injured on the roadside.
Traffic came to a stop for
several hours as vehicles
were detoured until the
scene could be cleared.
.According to witnesses
a~ the scene at least one
victim was thrown onto
ihe pavement when a log
tuck and a pick-up both
traveling in the same di-
rection collided, ejecting
the victim who was rid;
ing in the open back of ,,,
the pick-up.
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper James Parker, Jr. Prior to the Healthcare Town Hall meeting Congress-
said the 1996 log truck man Allen Boyd (L) chats with two local residents, Ira
driven by John Henry n. Moore (C) and D.H. Pridgeon, Jr. Photo Delores L. Walker
Williamson, 417 South Five men were transported to area hospitals after being injured in a collision between a
Costello Terrence, Lake loaded log truck and a pick-up (not shown) on SR 20 near MCI in Lafayette County. care quality, healthcare accessibility, and health-
care affordability.
Beginning the discussion was Bill Williams,
... .. county commissioner with the Gulf County Board
o a s of County Commissioners. Williams recalled the
similarities in the Port St. Joe area and Lafayette
Five Lafayette District County when it comes to healthcare. He said one
School students were recog- of the most needful things in small communities is
nized as "Students of the to have assess to good healthcare at an affordable
Month" at the school board price.
meeting Feb. 15. Students re- Joining the discussion, Dr. Nancy McCullers,
ceived a certificate and cal- Suwannee/Lafayette Public Health Department
culator from Superintendent Administrator said she was well aware of the lim-
Fred Ward and congratula- ited healthcare afforded small communities. She
4 tions and handshakes were said, "It's only been since July of 2004 that the
passed out by Ward and health department has had a full-time physician
SSchool Board members. in Mayo." McCullers went on to say that now
SStudents*recognized were: their concern was finding a link to specialty clin-
SLindsey O'Steen and Garrett ics for their patients who require further health-
SHerring (Lafayette Elemen- care than can be given at the local clinic.
tary School); Niketta Har- Another urgent concern was the accessibility to
grove and Kelsey Land healthcare. Just the location of the rural communi-
(Lafayette Middle School); ty makes accessibility a major challenge.
Hannah Vann (Lafayette
High School). SEE LOCAL PAGE 5A

L-R Fred Ward, Johnny Reid, Niketta Hargrove, Andy Hart, Hannah Vann, Carolyn Land, IHS teacher receives final
Lindsey O'Steen, Bobby Koon, Henry McCray Kelsey Land. (Not pictured Garrett Herring) U Weather

order in misconduct charge EveonMavo
Deadline to register for Federal A final order was issued dent was reviewed by a The forecast for Mayo
to a local high school teacher panel of the Edu- today is scattered thun-
ds soon derstorms, high 72, low
D disaster A assistance ends soon teacher by the Florida Ed- cation Practices Commis- 56.
ucation Practices Comn- sion. The ruling cites at
Those seeking aid should call toll-free 1-800-621-FEMA by Feb. 28 mission on Feb.16. least five violations of _____
Floridians affected by the deadline to register for more of the hurricanes, to iThe ruling, concerning Florida Statues and the
the four hurricanes of disaster assistance. Those register for assistance," iaro odu in Florida Administrative a
2004 and who have not yet affected by more than one said Craig Fugate, state tecsoo d r requires her to follow an
registered for federal as- storm, should register for coordinating officer for. 20- year rt f
distance have only two each one. Florida's State Emergency
lFlorida's State Emergency math teacher Keri Corbin but allows her to contin- Ci CIM I
weeks to call the Depart- "As the registration Response Team (SERT). came down after almost a ueheremploymentwith Fo Kis I
ment of Homeland Securi- deadline approaches, we "It is important that appli- two Fyear waiKst. During
ty's Federal Emergency encourage homeowners, cants leave determination ar wa During 12 & Under
Management Agency renters and business own- of eligibility to federal time the alleged inci- SEE LHS, PAGE 5A
(FEMA) to register ers, who sustained unin- program experts and not I NOusturcen PerC earonCUpn
Monday, Feb. 28, 2005 is sured losses in one or automatically disqualify imit 1 e.rPn
themselves." J Good 2-25-050
FEMA's toll-free regis-
r rtration number is 1-800- Contact Us
Presidential BINGO 621-FEMA (3362) or TTY Thanks for reading
B-I-N-G-O, you could be winner!!! 1-800-462-7585 for those The Mayo Free Press.
Our special Presidential Savings Cele- who are speech or hearing We,encourage your phone
bration section is loaded with special impaired. Applicants can calls and .questions.
values brought to you by area business- also register online at You're welcome to call
es and brings you the possibility of win- wwwfemagov us at (386) 2941210
ning $200! Inserted in today's Mayo www.fema.gov.u a
Free Press is this special presidential "If a person has ques- '
\ section, and each business advertis- tions about their registra-
ing in the section has been assigned a tion or the assistance Lafayette School Districtmembers, (L-R) Johnny Reid, INDEX
US president that appears somewhere in the ad. Also in available, FEA is just a Carolyn Land, Bobby Koon, Henry McCray and Andy Hart
today's Mayo Free Press is a special BINGO card. available, FEMA is just a listen to Mike Myers (Standing) voice his concern at the Classifieds .......1-5D
Just follow the direction on the card and if you have a winning card, send it in handling of allegations against LHS math teacher Keri Calendar........ 2-8C
and you'll be eligible to win the big prize in a drawing of all winners. SEE DEADLINE, PAGE 5A Corbin at the Feb. 15 meeting. Sports ............ 1B
Social News........3A
D D' 'I '~ I I I Church News......2A

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PAGE 2A THE MAYO FREE PRESS, Mayo, FL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2005

are your ion A cure for HIV/Aids! Helpful 9: M

On a recent radio pro- information Richard
What is your gram the audience was Earl Brown
I church again reminded that a cure fof Our
doing? has not yet been discov- Richard Earl Brown, 84,
Let us hear ered for HIV/AIDS. But, I Veterans of Live Oak, passed away
from you! mused, has anyone Veterans Tuesday, February 15, 2005
thought about abstinence? in the V.A. Medical Center,
S Have an article Abstinence might not help VA has launched a Lake City, after a short ill-
those with the disease but new Re-Engineered ness. The Castalian Springs,
you want printed? wness.nThe Castalian Springs,
Seyou want printedtous! wouldn't it eventually rid Health Care Eligibility TN native moved to Live
Se nd it to us the world of the disease? IInternet Website. Oak from Mayo in 1968, re-
lo Phone: 294-1210 The Bible admonishes, David H. Matier, DPC This site will be the tired after serving twenty-
SFax: 294-2666 For this is the will of God, VA's authoritative three years in the U.S.
n/c even your sanctification, eases in 2002 were sexually source on the interet Army during World War II,
that ye should abstain from transmitted diseases (STDs) for information on Vet- The Korean Conflict and
Iraq fornication: That every one chlamydia (834,555), gon- eran's Health Benefits Desert Storm. He also was
I q very interestIng of you should know how to orrhea (351,852), AIDS eligibility. This site is an Agricultural Inspector
posses his vessel in sanctifi- (42,743) and non congenital designed with the vet- for the State of Florida in
D id yo u know ? cation and honor; (I Thessa- syphilis (32,459). A bacteri- eran in mind. It i-ill the Suwannee Valley area
i y lonians 4:3, 4). It is God's al infection, salmonellosis provide easy access to and retired after fourteen
he garden of Eden was seen this one. Israel is the will that you keep your (44,264), often transmitted VA comprehensive years of service. Mr. Brown
Se arena of en as seen tis one. srae is te body separated unto honor from food, is inserted in the health benefits, eligibil- was a member of the Amer-
in Iraq. nation most often men- (keep your body pure), not middle. All the FUN is not ican Legion in Mayo and
S M w i in t Bib. u d giving into the lusts of the without a high price! go the First United Methodist
now Iraq, was the cradle of you know which nation is flesh! You can't improve on elii Church of Mayo
civilizationsecond? It is Iraq! Abstinence is the answer God's Word. If HIV/AIDS Survivors include his
3. Noah built the ark in However, that is not the but men are more interest- is to be eliminated the Bible V.A. Facilities List- wife: Martha L. Brown, Live
but men are more interest- is to be eliminated the Bible wife: Martha L. Brown, Live
Iraq. name that is used.in the ed in their FUN than in a must be heeded. ...If thou mgs Oak; one son: Mike and
4. The Tower of Babel was Bible. The names used in Veterans Serv'ice
S The Tower of Babel was Bible The names used in cure In a hedonistic cul- wilt diligently hearken to (Susan) Brown, Live Oak;
in Iraq the Bible are Babylon, Land ture there is a lack of desire the voice of the Lord thy Oficer ayo, 94- one sister: Verna Driver
5. Abraham was from Ur, of Shinar, and 5010 one sister: Verna Driver,
SSouhern Iraq sooamia h word to put the antidote in place. God...I will put none of ln Goodlettsville, TN; one
which is in Southern Iraq Mesopotamia. The word There must be change (II these diseases upon thee...i 'V.A Regional of- brother: Sanders Lackey,
6. Isaac's wife Rebekah is Mesopotamia means be- Corinthians 5:17). (Exodus 15:26). fice, St. Petersburg, Nashville, TN; two grand-
from Nahor, which is in tweenthe two rivers, more According to the Center David H. Matier, DPC P.O. Box 1437, 33731. children: Scott & Laura
Iraq. exactly between the Tigris for Disease Control four of Christian/Biblical Phone: 1-800-827-1000. brown; one great-grand-
7. Jacob met Rachel in and Euphrates Rivers. The the top five most common- Counseling Veterans Health child: KY Leigh Brown.
Iraq. name Iraq, means country ly reported infectious dis- dmatier@alltel.net Administration Toll Funeral services were
8. Jonah preached in Nin- with deep roots.
eveh which is in Iraq. Indeed Iraq is a country Free Hotline (Medical conducted 11 a.m. Friday,
9. Assyria, which is in with deep roots and is a H p H ands Care) 1-877-222-8387 February 18, 2005 at Daniels
Iraq, conquered the ten very significant country in H elping H an ds* V.A. Champ VA Memorial Chapel, Live
tribes of Israel. the Bible. o*n e e Claims 1-800-733-8387 Oak, with Rev. Walter Bell
10. Amos cried out in No other nation, except olu nteer rientation V.A. National officiating.
Iraqi Israel, has more history and Make a difference in p.m. Cemeteries 6502 S.W. Iterment followed in
Iraq Israel, hasc mor p102nd Ave. Bushnell, Bethany Cemetery, Mayo.
11. Babylon, which is in prophecy associated it than someone's life! After at- Date: Tuesday, Marchd A B Bstation ws held Thr
Iraq, destroyed Jerusalem. Iraq. tending orientation and 15 FL 33513, Phone: 352- Fe
12. Daniel was in the And also... This is some- completing the screening (third Tuesday of every 793-7740rua 17, 2005 in
lion's den in Iraq! thing to thilk about! Since process, you will be eligi- month) Internet Sites of Inter- Lve ak Funeral
Sprocess, you ill be eligi- month) Home.
13. The three Hebrew America is typicallyrepre- ble for volunteering in the Location: Hospice of the est Daniels Funeral Home of
children were in the fire in sented by an eagle. Saddam Hospice Attic thriftstore,Suwannee Valley V.A. Web Site Live akwas nchae of
Iraq (Jesus had been in Iraq should have read p on his administrative offices as 618 SW FL Gateway w.w.w. va. gov all arrangements.
also as the fourth person in Muslim passages... well as helping at special Drive, Lake City, FL
the fiery furnace!) The following verse is events, educational fairs, 32024
14. Belshazzar, the King fromtheKoran, (theslamic community events and To register or for more H hospice of the Suw annee
of Babylon saw the "writing Bible) fund raising. information contact:
on the wall" in Iraq. Koran (9:11)- For it is Please Note: You must Carolyn Long at Hos- Valley volunteer training
15. Nebuchadnezzar, written that a son of Arabia register for orientation. pice of the Suwannee Val-
King of Babylon, carried the would awaken a fearsome Time: 5:30 p.m. 6:30 ley at 386-752-9191. Whether you like to work Where:
Jews captive into Iraq. Eagle. The wrath of the Ea- ____ with patients 6r "behind Three Rivers Regional Li-
16. Ezekiel preached in gle would be felt through- the scenes," come and learn brary System
Iraq. out the lands of Allah and Revival at race Baptist Church how you can use your tal- 305 W Main St
17. The wise men were lo, while some of the people ents and extra time to help Mayo, FL 32066
from Iraq. trembled in despair still Grace Baptist Church, located at 5196 SE Highway 27, those facing a terminal ill- When: 1 p.m. 4 p.m.
18. Peter preached in Iraq. more rejoiced; for the wrath Mayo, will be holding revival services on March 6-9. Ser- ness. If you would like to March 15, 16, 17, 18
19. The "Empire of Man", of the Eagle cleansed the vices begin Sunday morning at 11 a.m. and evening ser- volunteer, please join us for To register or for more in-
described in Revelation is lands of Allah; and there vices at 7 p.m. this twelve-hour training formation, contact:
called Babylon, which was a was peace. Dr. Don L. McCutcheon, Sr. will be the evangelist. There series. Carolyn Long at Hospice
city in Iraq! (Note the verse number!) will be special singing and a nursery will be provided. Note: You must register of the Suwannee Valley at
And you have probably Hmmmmmmm?! Everyone is cordially invited to attend. to attend. 386-752-9191.













AIRLINE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC).....294-2676 Methodist Church NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Jesus Christ Fellowship
Co-Pator.......................................... ................... Larry Law Phone: 386-294-1661 Pastor. Rev................................ harli Walkr J Charlie Walker
Co-Pastor ............................. .....................................Rusty ryan MAYO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunday Sch ................................................... a.m Community Church,
Sunday School......... am. Located SE corner of Hwy. 27 & FL 51 Mayo Sunday S""hool 10".:00 a--m-Community" aCmh urc
W worship. Service....... ...........................................................11:00 am. Pastor, Walter Bell Morning W orship.............................................................11:00 a.m. A Full G ospel M ministry
Children's/Youth Discipleship........ .............................. 6:00 p.m. Discipleship Traiing....... ..... .......................6:00 p.m.f M
Discipleship Training..... ..................... ................. 6:30 p.m. Sunday School...............................................................10:00 a.m. Evening W orship................................................. 7:00 p.m. o ayo Florida, Inc.
evening Worship .. ............................................ 7:00 pm. Morning Worship......... .............................. .... 11:00 a.m. Adult Choir....... ..................... 8:00 p.m. 294-1656
Wednesday Adult Bible Study...................... 6:30 pm. Evening Worship ...................... .................. 6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Mission Group-Wed...7:00 p.m. Deacon Lemon Curtis Watson,
LocatedWANA/YFour M ileEast ..........o Mayo o Highway27 pm. Wednesday Prayer Meeting................................ 7:00 p.m. Located Two Miles North of Mayo Off Highway 51 Chairman of the Deacon Ministry
coated Four Miles East of Mayo on Highway 27
"O Come Let us Worship The Lord" Ps. 95:6 128991-F "The Friendly Mayo Methodist" .F "Come And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" Ps. 66:16 Mother Emma Watson eneral Mother
at the corner of San Pedro St.
ALTON CHURCH OF GOD........294-3133 LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN CENTER...294-3089 PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC).294-1306 Church Services
Pastor..... .................Rev. Charles E. Hodge, Jr. Pastor, John Whittin ton Pastor............................ ...... .................. Ted Rushing Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m.
Youth Pastor................... ....... ......... ........ Brett Seals stor o Sunday School .........9:45 am. Morning Worship................11:00 a.m.
Music Director...........................................................Blanche Perry Worship Servie.......... ........... .: Tuesday Service.....................7:00 p.m.
Children's Pastor.........................................Ryan & Tiffany Perry Sunday Praise and W worship Service..............................0:30 a.m. ervice............................... ............................ 11:00 a.m. (Prayer Meeting and Bible Study)
Sunday School....... ................................. ............... 945 am. Children's Church...........................................................10:30 a.m. W wednesday Discipleship Training..............6:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m.
Worship Service/K.I.D.S. Church.................................10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service........................ ....................6:00 p.m. Training..................................................6:00 p.m. Worship means Celebration, Communication
Evening W orship............................................................6:00 p.m W wednesday Service................................................. 7:00 p.m Team ids Night ..............................................................6:30 p.m and Consecration.
Family Night Youth Club Church.............7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wed. Children's and Teen's Service.......................7:00 p.m. Seven miles West of Mayo, left on CR 534 then right on 350A Church Membership means Commitment
State Road 27 128994-F State Road 51 Mayo "Love Never Fails" 129000- -- Jesus Saves -- 12s9004F word of God. e2900.f

BETHEL HOLY CHURCH........294-1932 MAYO BAPTIST CHURCH...........(386)294-1020 NEW HARMONY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH New Beginnings Church
"Affiliated with Mt. Sinai Holy Churches of America Inc." Interim Pastor: Dr. Roy Lee Saint (Go south 160th Stu rilaceforyou
(Go south on 51 to 160th, turn right) r y
Pastor.................. .............. Elder Carolyn Demps Worship Leader.................................................................. oycelyn Cook Pastor: Stan Posey Pastor.............Wayne Hudson
Sunday School..... ............ .....11:00 a.m. Sunday Schedule Phone (386) 776-1806 Phone Number........386-294-1244
Worship Service.....................12 p.m. SUNDAY
Thursday Bible Study .....:00 p.m Bible Study...........................................................................9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship............................ ........... 9:30 am newbeginningschurch altel.net
y p Worship Service.................................................................11:00 A.M. Bible Study....................................10:30 am
Sunday Night Service.........................................................6:00 P.M Purpose Statement:
357 Pine Street Wednesday Night Schedule WEDNESDAY New Beginnings exists to provide an environment
"M membership means Discipleship" Adult Prayer Service ............ ...... .... ........... 6:30 P.M. Women's Bible Study.......................................... .............10:00 am wherePeolecan discoveranddevelopapassionfor
_MmerhpensDscpesi" 128995-F _________h___ _?,_1-_F 19009-F God that isRea( relevant and relational

HATCHBEND APOSTOLIC CHURCH..935-2806 MIDWAY BAPTIST CHURCH Presently meeting in the Mayo
VICTORY BIBLE CHURCH..................................935-0843 CommunitCenter
Pastor ......................................................... ...................Rev.Stev Boyd S 10:00 am. Pastor: Sun. M min W rshi ............1000 a.m.
Sunday School ....................................................... ...10:00 a.m Discipleship Training..................................... 6:00 p.m Sunday AM Service.........................................10:30 a.m. Wednesday Night Bible tudy................7:00p.m.
Evening W orship............................. ............................6:00 p.m. Evening W orship...................................... 7:00 p.m. Sunday PM Service......................................6:00p.m. A tnni mr y.-
Wed. Light for Living..... ..............7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday............................... 7:00 p.m. Children's Church....... .................. 0:30 a.m. 1 .F
Thursday Mid Week.................7:00 p.m. Ephesus Advent
Located 4 miles South on Hwy. 349, Located on County Road 354 lwy. 27, 4 miles West of Branford Christian Church
then left on CR 138, follow signs. "For If Ye Forgive Men Their Tresspasses Your Heavenly Pastor Bill valley
12899Fthen left on CR 138, follow signs Father Will Also Forgive You" Matt. 6:14 12902.F 12905-F 963l-5600 e 208-9626
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bethel Creek Baptist Church.....................658-2398 y School Service..................9:45 a.m.
Choir Practice.................................................10:00 a.m. Contact Number in Mayo (386) 294-2664 Pastor : Sherwood E. Sawyer Prayer Meeting...................7:O0m.
Sndaey Worshi Service................................ 10:30 a.m. a ................................... Sunday School ..................................9:45 a.m. "
Kid's Church...............................................11:00 a.m. Vicar ........................Rev. Linda Lowry Sunday Wo Service.....................................11:00 a.m. Hatch Bend Baptist Church
eningWorship .......................... .............600p.m. Deacon..... .............................The Rev. Lynne Ashmead Sunday Evening Worship................................. 6:00 p.m. Pastor George Dunn
Kda s on t he Roc.............................................6:30 p.m. Celebration of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study................. .. 7:00 p.m. 935-0943
tednesoAult Bib e Study .......... 7:00 p.m. each Wednesday to be followed by light Sunday sMrvice.............................9:4 a.m.
Pastor: David Stephens refreshments and Christian Education. Nursery available for all services Sund rnn........ :00a.m.
Located on Mill Street, Mayo "Renewing Hope and Building Lives" refreshments ndCh an E. located 3 miles North of Day on Highway 53 Sunday Evening.....................7:00 p.m.
Located on Mill Street, Mayo "Renewing Hope and Building Lives" Located One Block North of the Courthouse in Mayo. Where you are always welcomed 129006-F Wednesday Ev3029 SE. CR 500
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SSociald Ji&' Grandchildren are great!
SCall: An elderly woman and The little girl was Leagues Under the Sea." boy confidently. "It
294-1210 her little grandson, wide-eyed, taking this The scenes with the sub- means carrying a child."
a 4, a"/ ^^e whose face was sprin- in. At last she said, "I marine and the giant oc-
kled with bright freckles, sure wish I'd gotten to topus had kept him ************************
spent the day at the zoo. know you sooner!" wide-eyed. A grandmother was
"- ^ Lots of children were In the middle of the surprised by her 7 year
Bv itday/ nniveay? waiting in line to get ************************ telling, my husband in- old grandson one morn-
OEfttb)g =-/av'iEd their cheeks painted by a My grandson was vis- terrupted Mark, "What ing. He had made her
Send us your local artist who was dec- iting one day when he caused the submarine to coffee. She drank what
social news orating them with tiger asked, Grandma, do you sink?" was the worst cup of cof-
Deadline New Baby paws. know how you and God With a look of in- fee in her life. When she
an "You've got so many are alike?" credulity Mark replied, got to the bottom, there
Friday 5 p.m. n/c freckles, there's no place I mentally polished "Dad, it was the 20,000 were three ofthose little
to paint!" a girl in the my halo while I asked, leaks!!" green Army men in the
Henderson Timberlake line said to the little fella. "No, how are we alike?" cup. She said "Honey,
Embarrassed, the little "You're both old," he *********************** what are these army men
t wed M arh 5 boy dropped his head. said. A second grader came doing in my coffee?"
to c His grandmother knelt home from school and Her grandson said,
Suzanne Timberlake Suwannee County Sher- down next to him "I love ************************ said to her mother, "Grandma, it says on TV,
and Randy Henderson, Jr. iff's Office as a Patrol your freckles. When I When my grandson "Mom, guess what? We "The best part of waking
would like to announce Deputy. was a little girl I always asked me how old I was, learned how to make ba- up is soldiers in your
Their upcoming wedding All friends and family wanted freckles, she I teasingly replied "I'm bies today." cup!"
on March 5, 2005 at Eph- are invited to attend. A re- said, while tracing her not sure." "Look in your The mother, more than
esus Advent Christian ception will immediately finger across the child's underwear, Grandma," a little surprised, tried to ************************
Church at 4 p.m. follow at The Branford cheek. "Freckles are he advised. "Mine says keep her cool. "That's in- A nursery school
The bride to be is cur- Shrine Club. beautiful!" I'm four." teresting," she said. teacher was delivering a
rently employed with -A0 The boy looked up, "How do you make ba- station wagon full of
Suwannee River Log r "Really?" ************************ bies? "It's simple," kids home one day when
Homes as the Drafting Su- ~. \ 4" "Of course," said the A Sunday school class replied the girl. "You a fire truck zoomed past.
pervisor. .4 grandmother. "Why, just was studying the Ten just change "y" to "i" Sitting in the front seat of
The groom to be is cur- name me one thing that's Commandments. They and add "es." the fire truck was a Dal-
rently employed with the prettier than freckles." were ready to discuss the (Why wouldn't an matian dog. The children
The little boy thought last one. The teacher English teacher love that started discussing the
nha d for a moment, peered in- asked if anyone could one? .dog's duties.
Branham selected NCO tensely into his grand- tell her what it was. "They use him to keep
ma's face, and softly Susie raised her hand, "Give me a sentence crowds back," said one
officer of the m month whispered, "Wrinkles." stood tall, and quoted, about a public servant," youngster. "No," said
"Thou shall not take the said a teacher. another, "he's just for
Sgt. Elizabeth T. Bran- ************************ covers off thy neighbor's The small boy wrote: good luck"
ham, USAREUR (United A grandmother was wife." "The fireman came down A third child brought
,States Army Europe) was telling her little grand- the ladder pregnant." the argument to a
Selected as the top Non- daughter what her own ************************ The teacher took the close..."They use the
Sthe mmionth for anfficer ofi childhood was like. "We Our five-year-old son lad aside to correct him. dogs", she said firmly,
the Month for January
San t used to skate outside on Mark couldn't wait to "Don't you know what "to find the fire hy-
She works inC the US- a pond. I had a swing tell his friend about the pregnant means?" she drant."
erations Cell of the US- i
AREUR G-3. The Opera- *' made from a tire; it hung movie we had watched asked. Submitted by Davis on
tions Cell is the nerve cen- from a tree in our front on television, "20,000 Sure," said the young the Suwannee
ter for Army movement yard. We rode our pony.
and mobility in the Euro- We picked wild raspber-
pean Theater of Opera- ries in the woods." .
tions. '
Sgt. Branham is married Sgt; Elizabeth T Branham
to Staff. Sergeant Ernest C. When: MKarch rd, zoo" 7:00 M to 8:00FM
Branham. They have one tion in April. Feel Z
son, Trevor A. Branham The Branham family liveseel W ere: _aFagetee Count Public Librarq
and are expecting an addi- in Heidelberg, Germany. free
free to

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wedding reminder ..0 us
S You can contact us at:
Roger and Lisa Newberry of Lake City Phone: 294-1210 '
would like to remind you of the approaching Fax: 294-2666
marriage of their daughter, Crystal Michelle or email us:
Newberry, to Hezekiah "Arnett" Eubanks Jr., mayofreepress @ alltel.net
son of Kiah and Lynn Eubanks of O'Brien. a d
The ceremony will take place April 2, 2005 51 Local traveler &ob Sndcer will gve a powerpoint presentation and discuss the best
at 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church, Live Oak. A a J time to see Alaska (cost & weather), planning and scheduling your trip, and the
reception will follow at Suwannee Country o .r Tr e r1 advantages and disadvantages of being in a tourgroup.
Local invitations will not be sent. All
friends and family are invited to attend.
Contact the Lafayette County Public Library at 386.294.1021 or Three Rivers
Regional Library System at 386.294.3858 for more info.



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Kindergarten classes dinosaurs & 100 days
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studying Dinosaurs. We did many fun activities. The -
last day of our unit, the kindergarten students turned .
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ground and found many different kinds of fossils. They
really had a great time digging for them. ----... ...
February 2nd, was the 100th day of school. During
the school day, we counted to 100, glued cereal to a 100. .
grid, counted 100 pennies, blew 100 bubbles, wrote to "* ', -- .
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Accident Local
Continued From Page 1A Lafayette County Vol- Continued From Page 1A sonal story to tell about trillion in 2001. It contin- and Communications
unteer Fire Dept., Lu- the high cost of health- ues to rise said Boyd. with the Well Florida
collision that left the raville Volunteer Fire Picking up on the dis- care. With that said Boyd Council. Feller shared
pick-up in the south Dept. and Doctor's cussion was local resi- The range of healthcare asked, "How can we take that neighboring Hamil-
ditch of SR 20 facing east Memorial Hospital EMS dent W.G. Croft, Jr. who cost was brought up with the resources in Lafayette ton County working with
and the log-truck over- (DMHEMS). said he had racked up most there agreeing that County and use them to local county commission-
turned with its entire The injured was treat- over 5000 miles a year for guidelines must be set get better healthcare for ers had secured grants to
load of logs dropped ed at the scene and the past three years as he before the cost of health- residents?" help uninsured residents
onto both lanes of the transported to area hos- drove to Gainesville for care is beyond the scope Boyd said he knew that in Jasper. Feller said Well
highway. pitals by AirMedicOne, medical service. "This is of the average American economically this county Florida Council is a long
Medical personnel and TruamaOne, LCEMS extremely difficult for being able to afford a vis- was challenged, but oth- standing resource for
officers from MCI was and DMHEMS. older patients who are it to the doctor or hospi- er small counties were community-based orga-
on the scene within min- Sources say that four sick, but must travel well tal. finding a way to help nizations, corporations,
utes to assist with traffic of the victims have been over an hour to receive Drawing from the dis- their citizens. "You can government agencies
backup and the injured, released while one re- treatment," said Croft. cussion Congressman do it too," concluded and healthcare facilities
They were joined by mains in the hospital in Coming to the third Boyd closed with these Boyd. to obtain services and
Lafayette County Sher- stable condition. discussion; affordability comments. He said One resource was support in the 16 North
iff's Office, Lafayette No charges have been was something that drew healthcare has risen from brought up by Jeff Feller, Central Florida counties
County EMS (LCEMS), filed at this time. everyone in since most 23 billion in 1960 to 1.2 Director of Development they represent.
everyone there had a per-

LHS
Continued From Page 1A The two year old alle- step up and take action
gation was brought to at the appropriate time.
Lafayette District the attention of school With the slow action
Schools. board members and Su- on this matter Myers
According to Fred perintendent Ward again said he felt like students
Ward, Lafayette District at the school board meet- had lost valuable class &
School Superintendent, ing Feb. 15 by Mike and time in a subject (math)
Corbin is a good math Connie Myers, who that must be learned in
teacher but has made along with other parents order to prepare for the
some comments which had requested in No- FCAT each school term.
were inappropriate for member of 2003 when the Myers said he and other vv
the school atmosphere. allegation was first made parents felt the school
"In recent days, we have that the school officials administration had let I .
changed the schedule at look into the classroom the students and their
the high school and situation. parents down in the mat-
moved Mrs. Corbin to Myers said, "Our con- ter. "I want you to be la
another position within cern is for the students part of the solution" My-
the school system," said who have no choice in ers said to the board
Ward. who teaches their class, members.
In response to the rul- as parents we have to According to Ward the
ing Corbin said she voice our concern." proper steps had been
would accept the ruling Myers reminded the taken with LHS Princi- ."K -
but felt it was unfair to board members that they pal Derek Hembree who
her and her students to were the spokespersons met with Corbin fol-
remove her from the for school matters, poli- lowed by an administra-
classroom. cy makers that needed to tive complaint being
filed with Jim Horne,
Florida Commissioner of
Deadline Education. \
Ward said on or about S
Continued From Page 1A FEMA prepares the Nov.18, 2003 a letter was
nation for all hazards sent from the district of-
telephone call away," and manages federal re- fice directing Corbin to
said Bill Carwile, federal sponse and recovery ef- maintain a professional
coordinating officer. forts following any na- relationship with stu-
"Telephone, lines are tional incident. FEMA dents and she was sus- .
open Monday through also initiates mitigation pended for four days
Saturday from 8 a.m. to activities, trains first re- without pay. The re- Y
6 p.m." sponders, works with mainder of the time was
The State Emergency state and local emer- spent waiting for the fi-
Response Team (SERT) agency managers, and nal order to be issued
is a collaboration of manages the National said Ward. Congressman Allen Boyd
Florida's state agencies Flood Insurance Pro- listens to local citizens
led by the state coordi- gram and the U.S. Fire Look for the about the healthcare issues
nating officer. SERT's Administration. FEMA Seniors United that affect their lives daily.
mission is to ensure that became part of the U.S. About a dozen people gath- With Coupon
Florida is prepared to Department of Home- special section ered at lunch time at Mayo Download@vermontcasting
respond to emergencies, land Security on March inside today's Cafe for the Healthcare Donload...rmon..ast
recover from them, and 1, 2003. issue Town Hall meeting.
mitigate their impacts. For information on
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Seeing Mayo from It's softball and Government information

a 1940 J-C Cub baseball time again! Federal Officials Fax: 1/850/921-6114
Linda Smith President George W. State Sen. Nancy Argen-
Submitted and gave rides to Koon Coach Carl Rogers, who is in his 28th A Bush ziano (R) Crystal River
On Saturday, February 5, family members. Sonya year of teaching, is now coaching the girls 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. 6216 West Corporate
Bob Cussube, father of local Koon and her children Ka- softball for Lafayette County. He said that Washington, DC 20510 Oaks Dr.
resident Mary Koon and ley and Ryan got a turn, as he spent most of those years in Orlando, Phone: 1/202456-1414 Crystal River, Fl. 34429
grandfather of Cecelia and well as Austin and Christ- and is now glad to be in Mayo. Fax: 1/202/45-2461 Phone: 1/352-563-6003
Haley Koon flew his 1940 J- ian Moody. Granddaughter He gave a little insight on the team that ;1:. or Toll Free:
3 Cub to Mayo for a visit. Haley also got a turn even he has this year. There are 7 seniors, 2 ju- '. State Officials 1/866-538-2831
He left his private strip in though she is a frequent niors, 3 sophomores and 1 ninth grader Coach Carl Goy. Jet Bush (R) E-mail: nancy.argen-
Branford and turned over passenger during weekend playing this year. According to Coach Rogers, The Capitol, Tallahassee, ziano.web@leg.state.fl.us
the controls to Cecelia, a trips to Branford. Everyone Rogers, he has a tough act to follow in softball coach F 32399-0001 State Rep. Dwight
5th grader at LES. Cecelia got a trip over town to see that his team has been District Champs Phone:1/50/488-4441 Stansel (D) Welborn
piloted the plane all the the schools and where they for the past three years, so as he put it, "I PFax: 1/850/488-441 Sta l Ohio() We Lie
way to a hayfield located lived, feel just a little pressure here, to continue Fax: 1/850/4870801 208 N Ohiove. Live32060
on Koon Brothers Dairy. Mr. Cassube is a retired the winning streak."eb Site
Bob said, "I just sat back airline pilot and lives with Rogers said they have a tough district W vww.eog.state.fl.us Phone: 1,'3S6-362-2136,
and drank my Coke all the his wife Dorothy in Bran- this year, but feels he has a good team to /850-488-9835
way to Mayo and let Ce- ford. Both Bob and meet the challenge. Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings (Tallahassee).
celia get us to the hayfield." Dorothy are pilots and en- Next Coach Derek Garland, who ac- (R) Fa : 1 / 386-758-0479
He likes to brag about joy sharing their love of fly- cording to Marion McCray, principal of The Capitol, Tallahassee, E-mail:
Cecelia's skill as a pilot ing with all of their grand- Lafayette Elementary School, is also the Coach Derek Fl. 32399-0001 stansel.dwiight@leg.state.
since he taught her every- children. They currently elementary school P.E. teacher and a Garland, Phone: 1/850/488-4711 fl.us
thing she knows about fly- have the J-3 Cub and a reading teacher, in addition to coaching baseball coach
ing! Mr. Cassube landed Piper Tri-Pacer. the Lafayette Hornet Base-
b Coach Garland said he has -Happy Birthday Rota !
a very young team this year
because they lost 7 seniors Rotary International Proclamation
... (six starters). He has four se- Unanimously approved and read at the 109th U.S. Congress
niors, 3 juniors, 2 sopho-'
mores, and 2 freshman on ................. ........ ............ .. ......................... ...............
I -" the team this year. He too WHEREAS, Rotary International, funded on February 23, 1905 in Chicago, Illinois USA, is the world's first and one of
-i- shared that they have a the largest non-profit service organizations; and
tough schedule this year, but WHEREAS, there are over 1.2 million Rotary club members comprised of professional and business leaders in over 31,000
S he hopes for a good season. clubs in more than 165 countries; and
a *g* '*e* Both coaches enour- WHEREAS, the Rotary motto "Service Above Self" inspires members to provide humanitarian service, encourage high
IT "aged everyone to come out ethical standards, and promote good will and peace in the world; and
"' '""and support the Hornet
I,'n. -' n -? WHEREAS, Rotary funds club projects and sponsors volunteers with community expertise to provide medical supplies,
Softball and Baseball health care, clean water, food production, job training, and education to millions in need, particularly in developing
Sonya Koon with Bob making a low pass. teams this season. countries; and
WHEREAS, Rotary in 1985 launched Polio Plus and spearheaded efforts with the World Health Organization, U.S Centers
| "for Disease Control and Prevention, and UNICEF to immunize the children of the world against polio; and
A--,, WHEREAS, polio cases have dropped by 99 percent since 1988 and the world stands on the threshold of eradicating the
disease; and
S. .. '1* WHEREAS, Rotary is the world's largest privately-fIbded source of international scholarships and promotes international
understanding through scholarships, exchange programs and humanitarian grants; and
S.WHEREAS, more than 35,000 students from 110 countries have studied abroad since 1947 as Rotary Ambassadorial
Scholars; and
WHEREAS, Rotary's Group Study Exchange program has helped more than 46,000 young professionals explore their
career fields in other countries; and
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Varsity boys advance to region
The close of the regular season was not on a high note when people talk about "heart" on the athletic fields, these
for the Mayo Hornets after dropping a 85-31 contest in Hornets showed what the true meaning of the term is. :-
Ocala to the state ranked Trinity Catholic Celtics team. Mayo would get outstanding efforts by Parker, Kelly and
The Celtic jumped out to a 24-7 first quarter lead, and Edwards to spark a 10-0 run that tied the game. During
were relentless on the defensive side of the ball all night that stretch, Parker grabbed 7 rebounds and scored 6
long. Cody Page managed 8 points in the encounter, with points. Kelly stole the ball once, grabbed 2 rebounds, e -
Joseph Edwards finding 7 points. Other Hornets scoring blocked a shot, passed out an assist, and scored 11 points
was Michael Kelly, Darren Powe and Chris Lisk, each in the quarter. Edwards continued to rebound pulling
with 4 points. Dustin Geiger and Givens each added two down 3 while getting to the line to score 4 points in the
points each. quarter. Trenton would come back to take a narrow 50-48
Mayo would enter the district tournament on a 10 game lead going into the final period however. '. A
losing streak, and brought a 4-18 record into the event. Mayo would tie the game on a Parker three pointer, but
Only Branford would come in with a worse record, and Trenton came back to take a four point lead late in the Joseph Edwards takes a free one. Edwards had a great
the Hornets would be forced to play from the number six game. Geiger came up huge for the Hornets in the late district tournament for the Hornets. He did a great job on
seeded position. stages hitting a three pointer of his own to give the Hor- the boards against the best the district has to offer.
First up for the Hornets would be the Trenton Tigers. nets their first lead since 4-2 early in the game at 64-63.
The Tigers had handled the Hornets rather easily in Mayo, Parker would be unstoppable on the drive on this night
and then came from behind to squeeze out a win in Tren- scoring two more baskets in the late going, while Page and
ton during the regular season to sweep the series. Kelly did the damage down the stretch from the line re-
Mayo played the Tigers tough in the first quarter, but sulting in a late five point run, while Turner came up huge
still trailed 19-16. Thomas Parker was strong on the on the boards pulling down 4 key rebounds in the fourth
boards early, and scored 4 points, while Edwards and Kel- quarter to lead the Hornets to a 73-69 win to advance to
ly each blocked a shot and did a nice job on the boards to the semi-finals over the third seeded Tigers.
keep the game tight after Trenton went on an early 8-0 run Parker would finish the night with 21 points and 15 re-
to jump out in front. bounds to lead the Hornets with an inspired effort. Kelly
Trenton lived at the free throw line in the second quar- had an outstanding night himself scoring 19 points, stole
ter, and pushed the lead to eight points by the half despite the ball twice, pulled down 4 boards and blocked two
a great quarter by Parker that resulted in 5 rebounds and shots.
4 more points. Page was played tight the entire night, but still scored 11
Mayo would fall down by 10 points early in the third Kelly shoots for two points down low. A great tournament
quarter with the Tigers seemingly taking control. But SEE VARSITY PAGE 2B was turned in by Kelly along with the rest of the Hornets.






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The Hornets pick up their hardware for their accomplish-
_..ment as the district runner-ups. Not a lot of smiles here.
,' This team wanted it all. They may have been disappoint-
The Hornets prepare for the district championship game. Edwards and Kelly battle defensively in the paint, ed here, but Hornet fans were not. Great job guys!


Oak Hall eliminates Lady Hornets Recreation Basketball
For the third time this 22-6, with all six losses Hornets on a fine season Another great week of
season, Oak Hall has de- coming to the Gainesville and look forward to the basketball with all the
feated the Mayo Lady Hor- schools of Oak Hall, Buch- 2005-06 season as the Lady teams showing improve-
nets, this time bringing a. holtz, and Sante Fe. Con- Hornets get geared. up to ment along the way. First
close to the season for gratulations to the Lady take it to the next level. up was the Lady Lakers
Mayo by a score of 49-36 in against the Lady Tigers.
the first round of regional These two defenses were
play. relentless, with the Lak-
The game was intense
rom the tgae was intense O. ers holding on for a 13-12
from the start with Oak So,
win. The Lakers wete led
Hall grabbing a three point by Heidi Hendricks scor- e
first quarter lead, and ing 6 points, while Shalli- ..
maintaining that margin ca McNabb scored 4
going into the locker room points. Finishing the Action shots from rec basketball:
at the half. scoring for the Lakers The. Lady Tigers roster (not in order, some not present):
Mayo came out of the was Elizabeth Anderson Julia Barrs, Lydia Land, Emily Fredrickson, JaVarre Cru-
locker room on fire howev- with 3 points mity, Danielle Templin, Shaqueta Brown, Malynn Moses,
er, getting two three point- Natalie Land on the attack. A 14 points 11 rebound per- with 3 points. m y a Tmin Saqta aln
ers from Chandra Shine, formance was not bad at all. The hard work ethics of this The Lady Tiger's come- Mary Thomas Hart and Samantha Calhoun.
control of the boards by athlete combined with the outstanding youth making their back was led by Shan- The Lady Knights: Rhoda Reid, Chelseyoungblood, Beky Ed-antasa
Natalie Land, and two key way to the varsitylevel should spell trouble for Hornet op- quela Brown, scoring 8 Thomas, Robin and Sann kea Youngblood, Becky Ed-
sabt ponents. points to lead all scorers, wards, Andrean Nonemecher, Kelsey Edwards and An-
steals by Staey Lewis to ponents. Julia Barnes and Lydia drea Shiver.
fire the Hornet faithful and Land each scored two
push the Lady Hornets out points to help the Tigers
to a five point lead. Mayo rebound from a nine
led 31-27 going into the fi- point halftime deficit.
Oak Hall completely period. The other girls action
Oak Hall completely saw the Lady Knights
shut down the inside in the come out quick for a 14-4
final quarter, and only al- first quarter lead behind
lowed a basket by Sunshine the scoring of Rhoda Reid
Reid on a nice assist by with 22, and Chelsey Kel-
Shine, and a late three "ly with 216.
pointer by Land to close the -'',i'- lywt 6
..pointer by.Land...c' .. 'The Lady Hornets
game out. Oak Hall : would pull within six
outscored Mayo 22-5 and .: .-points at the half behind,
advanced to the semi-final .'- scoring from Marlene
round of the regionals The defense is ready with Kayla Smith and Stacey Lewis Gonzales and Delicia
against University Christ- attacking up top. What a job by Lewis against Oak Hall de-
ian. fensively turning several steals into points to put the Hor- SEE RECREATION, PAGE 3B
Mayo finishes the season nets ahead after three quarters.


*'' Lady Hornets Softball off to great start
'-". While the basketball team was taking care of The winning pitcher was Thomas who also col-
business on the hardwood, the Lady Hornets soft- elected an RBI. Hamlin knocked in 2 RBI's herself.
ball team got down to business this past week win- Katy Jo Walker was 2-4 on the night to start the sea-
ning their first two games of the season. son off on a good note for the defending district
The season opener for the Lady Hornets came champions.
against Perry in Mayo. Starting pitcher Danielle On Friday night, the ladies took to the road to
Thomas would give up one run in the top of the play Aucilla Christian in Monticello. Mayo would
first, but it would be all Mayo after that as the Lady outhit the Aucilla team 13-6 enroute to an 8-3 win
Hornets won 6-1. to go 2-0 on the young season.
Mayo answered the first inning run with 3 of Mayo turned a tight 2-1 ballgame into a route in
their own, relying on the bunt to move the runners the fifth inning scoring 4 runs. Ashley Myers and
effectively. The game was pretty much put to rest Heather Smith would homer for the Hornets in this
in the fifth inning with a two out two run triple by
SA Lindsey Hamlin to post the final 6-1 margin. SEE LADY, PAGE 2B






PAGE 2B ~ THE MAYO FREE PRESS, Mayo, FL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2005

Varsity
Continued From Page 1B scoring in the second quar- honors could have easily aggressive play of Jamaal Page would lead the way his team in their second
ter with Mayo three points went to Edwards with 16 Reid with 4 points, a re- in the championship game place run that saw Mayo
points, while pulling down each from Page and Kelly, points, 17 rebounds, a steal bound and an assist, and with 20 points, 5 steals, 2 battle the top three seeds in
a couple of rebounds and but the defense and re- and a blocked shot, or Kel- Page got two steals which rebounds, a block and the tournament, and won
had two key steals. Ed- bounding limited Jasper to ly with 12 points, 6 re- converted into an assist handed out 3 assists, two of those games.
wards came up huge in this one basket and two free bounds, blocked 5 shots and 4 points. Geiger pulled Geiger was brilliant in Junior Thomas Parker
game scoring 10 points, throws to take a 20-13 half- and provided an assist. Mayo within two points at crunch time during the pulled down 5 boards
while pulling down 7 re- time lead. The Hornets Other nice efforts lead- the half on a steal and a tournament. Against Bron- against Bronson, blocked a
bounds and blocked two pulled down 13 rebounds ing the Hornets to the finals basket for his fourth point son, he finished with 9 shot, had a steal and hit a
shots. in the quarter with 5 of was Parker getting it to- of the quarter along with 2 points, pulled down 5 huge three point basket in
Down the stretch in this those belonging to Ed- gether in the second half rebounds and another boards and stole the ball 3 the third quarter for his
game, Geiger came up big wards. Kelly was tough in- scoring 7 points with a re- steal. times. The steal and made only points of the game.
with key rebounds, assists side blocking two shots, bound and a steal, Mayo fell behind early basket at the end of the Jonathan Sellers closed
and the huge three pointer. ,while Page handed out a while Geiger contin- 30-25, but first half to pull the Hor- out the scoring for the Hor-
He finished with 5 points, 2 couple of pretty assists ued to play well pulled within nets within two points cer- nets with two points.
assists and a couple of re- which accounted for the scoring 2 a point on a tainly gave Mayo life in the Mayo entered the tour-
bounds. scoring in the quarter. p o i n t s Parker three second half. nament as the sixth seed,
Turner only scored two Mayo came out strong es- with 3 re- l pointer. The Kelly continued to be but brought home second
points, but had 6 rebounds tablishing an early eleveh bounds, Hornets ap- dominate underneath de- place hardware. Their re-
and blocked a shot, while point lead. The success in 2 peared on the fensively blocking two ward will be a trip to
teammate Jonathan Sellers the quarter was as a result steals and i J verge of taking shots, pulled down 6 Gainesville tonight for a 7
scored 5 points with a re- of Page getting his game an assist. f over the game fol- boards and scored 5 points. pm showdown with PK
bound. Not bad for seeing into high gear which in- Other r lowing the One of the youngsters Young, the states' ninth
his first varsity action in the eluded two three pointers Hornets first of two pulled up from the junior ranked team. The Blue
district tournament. and 8 points for the quarter reaching Page three varsity team, Jamaal Reid, Wave defeated Trinity
In the second round, the along with 4 assists, and the score pointers did quite well for himself Catholic for the third time
second seeded and defend- blocked two shots. Kelly book was w h i c h in the championship game this season, but had to
ing district champions remained potent on the in- Sellers and gave the scoring 4 points, pulled work for a hard earned five
awaited the Hornets. side defensively blocking Turner each scoring Hornets down 2 rebounds, had a point win to claim the dis-
Jasper had taken both the two shots while Edwards two points, while a 39-37 steal and gave an assist. trict title.
games in the regular sea- pulled down another 5 re- combining for 4 v advan- A player that fans from Congratulations Hor-
son, but the last one was a bounds to establish a 40-29 rebounds and t a g e all the district schools will nets! Good luck in
narrow decision. lead after three periods for a steal. Bronson be talking about next year Gainesville. The Big Red
The Trojans scored first the Hornets. Every- was able is Joseph Edwards. He had from Lafayette has never
against Mayo, but that Jasper could get no clos- body expected the champi- to get a steal and a basket to 5 rebounds, scored 4 points been prouder of a super
would be the last time the er than seven points in the onship game to be over ear- claim the lead at 41-39 as and had a steal in this group of athletes repre-
Hornets would trail in this final period. Page was able ly with the 6-18 Hornets time expired to end the game, but what a tourna- senting the tradition at
one as the Hornets stunned to get to the line for 13 and the state's eighth third period, ment and a lift he gave to Mayo High School.
everybody, including their shots in the final period, ranked Bronson Eagles Geiger stepped up to the
own fans with a convincing making 7 of those to ice the who brought in a 25-1 plate in the final period
65-53 win. game down the stretch. record with the only set- scoring 5 points and Lady
Edwards started the scor- Kelly made 4-6 from the back of the season to Oak grabbed a couple of key re-
ing, and Page would hit an line with a block, 2 re- Hall. bounds. A three pointer by Continued From Page 1B night to face another tough
early three pointer as the bounds, a steal and an as- The Hornets had other Geiger pulled the Hornets foe with Madison County
Hornets took the lead. Two sist, while Edwards pulled ideas however. Page hit a within a basket, and two of contest, while Hamlin coming to town in a non-
Jasper steals netted a 6-5 down another 3 boards, three pointer to put Mayo Page's four fourth quarter would also connect on a district contest.
Trojan advantage, but a blocked a shot, and scored on top 5-4. Bronson would free throws left the score at double to lead the hitting The varsity softball ros-
Kelly three point play put 6 points in the final period take advantage of Hornet 48-46 in favor of the Eagles. barrage. Myers would fin- ter will consist of Natalie
the Hornets up to stay after to post the final 65-53 score turnovers to outscore Mayo A questionable ruling that ish going 2-4, while Hamlin Land, Kayla Smith, Kayla
the early five point run. in favor of the Hornets 7-2 to end the first period did not allow a Page basket went 3-4 to assist Thomas Hood, Kayla Wilson,
Edwards would get to the earning them a trip to the and grab an 11-7 lead. with the foul being called to her second win of the Shelly Sheppard, Nikki
line in the late stages of the regional tournament and a Bronson had ideas of on the floor allowed the Ea- season against no losses. Daniels, Heather Smith,
first period and made all shot at Bronson in the dis- ending the Hornets run to gles to stay in front, and The Hornets will be at Ashley Myers, Stacey
four of his attempts for six trict championship game. the title early going on a used the foul line to go on a home tonight against a Lewis, Katy Jo Walker,
first quarter points to go The Gainesville Sun rec- seven point run which seven point run to take a very tough Chiefland team Danielle Thomas, Kary
along with his 4 rebounds, ognized'Page as the player opened up a 25-13 advan- 55-46 lead late in the game. in a key district contest. Waters and Chandra Shine.
and a steal. Kelly and Page of the game with 24 points, tage and had the Eagles Mayo would get no closer Mayo eliminated The ladies are off to a great
were also strong on the 5 rebounds, 7 assists, a steal fans celebrating and than six points and fell in Chiefland in the semi-final 2-0 start and look forward
boards leading Mayo to a and blocked two shots. screaming for the kill. The the end 60-50 to end a story round of the district tour- to challenging for their
14-9 first period advantage. This was indeed an out- Hornets answered with a book run in the district nament last year 4-2. Mayo fourth district title in the
There was not much standing game, but those ten point run thanks to the tournament, will stay at home on Friday past five years.








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Track schedule Lafavette HIomets Recreation
Continued From Page 1B Fleming each added 2
Date Oonent Site Time Iaseball schedule points.
2/24 Bronson/Trenton home 3pm Smith. They would get no The Celtics had the
/3 Trenton/ell Trenton 3p Date Opponent Site JV Varsity closer however, falling 38- tough game of the day
3/83 TrenBell/2/22 Suwannee home 5pm 24 in the end. Smith would trying to slow down the
3/8 Bell/Chiefland home 3:30pm 2/25 Dixie County away 4pm finish with 10, while Gon- Nuggets. It would not
3/10 Cedar Key home 3pm 3/3 Bell away 4pm zales would lead the team happen on this day how-
3/22 Hamilton/Chiefland Jasper 4pmn 3/4 Trenton. away 4pm 7pm with 12 points. Larshonda ever as the Nuggets con-
3/24 Branford Branford 3pm 3/8 Bronson away 4pm 7pm Smith added 2 points for tinued to roll impressive-
the final tally, ly through all the opposi-
3/30 5-star conference Branford 9am 3/10 Madison away 5pm In boys action, the Heat ton with a 30-16 win.
In boys action, the Heat tion with a 30-16 win.
4/13 district home 9am 3/19 Suwannee Tourney away TBA came out strong against Arthur Sellers contin-
4/21/22 regional OrlandoTBA 3/15 Fort White home 7pm the Rockets taking an ear- ued to dominate the scor-
4/29 state Coral Springs TBA 3/22 Chiefland home 4pm 7pm ly 6-2 lead, but would ing with 17 points while
__3/24 Fort White away 4pm 4pm pull away to lead 26-10 af- Mel Jones added 8 points
3/25 Hamilton Co away 4pm 7pm ter three quarters, and for the Nuggets. Also
Fifty years ago then hang on for an excit- scoring for the undefeat-
S 3/29 Madison home 7pm ing 28-20 win. ed Nuggets was Koldon
F ye r s a 3/31 Bronson home 4pm 7pm Leading the Rockets Bell with 3 while Chan-
4/1 Trenton home 4pm 7pm would be Dillon Harrel- dler Hodge had two
H hornets get revenge 4/4-6 Williston Tourney away TBA son with 10 points, while points.
4/8 Branford home 4pm 7pm Ryan Powers and Rodney The Celtics fell behind
4/12 Suwannee away 1:45pm Brown each scored 8 early by a score of 10-0 be-
points. Nick Singletary fore making a charge be-
4/14 Chiefland away 4pm 7pm produced the final two hind Lee Jones with 8
4/15 Bell home 4pm 7pm points, points to draw within 6
4/19 Hamilton Co. home 6pm Trestin Whidden re- points at the half. An ear-
4/21 Dixie Co. away 7pm cently recovered from an ly second half surge by
4/22 Branford away 7pm illness to return to the the Nuggets closed the
4/26 Madison away 7pm Heat's lineup, and led all door however. Omar
.' scorers with 12 points in a Vences scored 4 points,
4/29 A la NFCC 4:30pm fine effort. Jimmy Reid while DJ Fair and Chad
;' 5/3 district tournament away TBA added 4 points, while Morris each scored 2
Juan Camacho and Tim points.

jMiddle School

Softball schedule
Date Opponent Site Time
,, 2/17 Suwannee Middle a way 4pm
2/24 Bell away 4 :30pm
3/1 Suwannee Middle home 4pm
a s Cs 'y 3/4 Perry Middle home 4pm
Jerry McCall in the younger days. He has changed a little. 3/8 Trenton home 4pm
3/14 Madison Middle home 4:30pm
Coach Tommy Tomlin- summer home in Virginia M
3/21 Perry Middle
son and the Hornets turned so that he may be near his P i
back Madison in a brutal children and grandchildren 3/24: Bell home 4:30pm
battle, outlasting the Cow- in the Washington D.C. 3/29 Madison Middle away 4:30pm9
boys 57-52, and offering area. 4/1 Trenton a-way 3:30pm
payback for a 51-43 setback McCall was an Eagle
two weeks ago in Madison. Scout growing up in Mayo,
The win raised the Hornet's and was the editor of the fae ih Sl
season record to 11-2 and Hornet's Nest in high afayette High School
helped Mayo remain unde- school. He is currently
feated at home this season. publishing a quarterly W eig tlfti g Schedule
Next week, the Hornets newsletter called the Sky W
will travel to Perry to meet Rocket to renew the seniors Date Opponent Site Time
their most fierce conference years at Mayo. 3/2 Bell/Dixie Home 3:30
rival in the Bulldogs, and When asked what his 39 Chiefland/Bronson Chiefland 4:00
will travel to Lake City to memories of the 1954-55 3e
3/16 Newberry Home 4:00
meet a very tough Tiger's basketball year, McCall
team before closing out the was intrigued with the clay 3/23 Trenton /Newbprry Trenton 3:30 -
regular season at home courts under the lights. 3/31 (Thursday) Independent Football Conference
against Cross City. Mayo Things are alot different Championship Dixie 11:30*
has already beaten all three these days, but the fond-
teams earlier in the season. ness of the memories are Weigh-ins begin @ 9:00.
One of the key elements still there, "said McCall." 21stAnnual
of this team was Jerry Mc- Baby Contest &
Call who played at the lance a l Model/Beauty Search
guard position. Not only America's CoverMiss
I, & Cover Boy, USA
was McCall depended on .x --
when on the court, but also A e Division
off the court, as is still the Gls: Birth-11mo, 12-23mo, 2-3yr 4-6yr 7-9yr
case today as he did a great Boys: Birt-2yr -Syr.
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Lafayette Hornet Band Lafayette Middle School launches

attends competition first edition of The Stinger News
The Lafayette Hornet :I ,:......TIDelores L. Walker
Band has been preparing for A school newspaper,
solo and ensemble competi- The Stinger News got off s j vlleet 'aIeS I ra m
tion in Tallahassee on Feb- to a good start selling over
ruary 19 at Leon High hundred copies of their ,
School. This competition first edition this month. ,'' ':
requires individual stu- To most everyone's recol- .-
,te hgsooTo mosta Sn everyone's recoltl found.. .....
dents to perform music election this is the first time
ranked on a difficulty scale middle school has pro- i i
before a judge for a rating duced a paper and it is the w i
score first for the school since i..
score, fis for ;. .wt.es
This year, eight students The Hornet's Nest pub- .
were scheduled to perform listed by students several
during the solo phase of the years ago. ofee
competition. Juniors Nikki .years ago. a o L, ar. e.,h l
Cobb and Mathew Cope g Students were given Se Pic i,
will lead the group as re- the opportunity to pur-P
turn representatives of LHS. chase the brand new p n f n
Sophomore tubist Ben school paper for 25 cents I20, r 4 M
Sadler is a first-year com- and also received a small ''" L~ ..
petitor as is freshman clar- token of valentine candy b e m
inetist David Yankovich. in honor of the February s d
The LHS eighth grade has holiday. ... .. f' i -
the largest group with four mI talked with the driving. l aa
members and competed on force behind ththe school es
the high school level. These news recently and found
members are KC Jeffries, the sponsor, Lafayette B
tenor sax; Alma Huerta, '!
clarinet; Stephen Hayden,
alto sax and Meagan
Reynolds, flute.
The music department at
Lafayette High School is ",
very grateful to Mrs. Rose- '*'
mary Humbles of Dowling '
Park for providing piano ac-
companiment for all of the
students. Mrs. Humbles :
has been taking time from i
her busy schedule to re-
hearse with individual mu-
sicians at her studio in Ad-
vent Christian Village. Mrs.. ... .....-
Humbles performed with (L-R) Tori Bearden, Dustin Richardson, Victoria Jackson, Rebecca Powers, Caleb
the students on Saturday, f Moore, Kyle Gage, Michelle Schnur stop for a photo after I interviewed them at Lafayette
February 19 during their in- Cafeteria. Photo Delores L. Walker
dividual performances.L
d pMiddle School teacher teaches Language Arts. Hermance about the ori-
Mary Powers and The The project took off as gin of Valentine's day to
VStinger News staff other students expressed the fun stuff like the
Seemed to be excited a desire to join the fledg- ABC's of Lafayette Middle
about the project with ling newspaper. School by Rebecca Powers
plans to make this a long- Now the staff, Kyle and Tori Bearden.
term investment of their Gage, Scott Hermance, The students plan to
time and energy. Victoria Jackson, Tori publish once a month.
According to seventh Bearden, Rebecca Powers, They would like to remind
grader Kyle Gage, the Caleb Moore and Dustin middle school students to
idea was birthed out of a Richardson are roving re- participate in the Art Con-
desire to share "school porters keeping a keen eye test advertised in The
news". Gage said, "I on the happenings at Stinger News. All entries
thought it would be cool LMS. must be turned into Mrs.
to cover things going on The staff works well to- Powers by March 21. If
in Middle School and see gether, having designated you missed buying a copy
it put into print." Victoria Jackson as staff you can contact a staff
Gage and his friends photographer while other member or Mrs. Powers
went to the school princi- members are branching for more information
pal Derek Hembree who out with columnA of their about the contest or to talk
in turn suggested they own such as the more seri- with a reporter about your
talk to Mrs. Powers who ous article written by Scott middle school news.


March of Dimes calls for conference
Commenting on a new growing problem in the national voluntary health
government report ex- U.S. Premature births in- agency whose mission is
plaining the 2001-02 in- creased 29 percent from to improve the health of
crease in infant mortality, 1981 to 2002 and prematu- babies by preventing birth
Casey as US, Nancy S. Green, medical rity now affects about 12 defects and infant mortal-
"u i director of the March of percent of all live births, ity. Founded in 1938, the
.1SCTMe .Dimes, called for a Sur- In 2002, more than 480,000 March of Dimes funds
geon General's Confer- babies were born prema- programs of research,
ence and a Surgeon Gen- turely. community services, edu-
OZ ,;; eral's Report on Prematu- "Premature birth is cation, and advocacy to
rity, and issued the fol- now the number one save babies and in 2003
lowing statement: health risk for America's launched a multi-year,
"The infant mortality newborns. It is the lead- $75 million campaign to
rate is an extremely im- ing cause of death in the address the increasing
portant figure, as it is one first month of life. rate of premature birth.
of the most accurate mea- Babies who survive of- For more information, vis-
Startin out earT Z. sures of the health of soci- ten suffer lifelong conse- it the March of Dimes
ety. This was the first rise quences, including cere- Web site at mar-
aring whZat's .in the infant mortality rate bral palsy, mental retarda- chofdimes.com or its
.,ppenin arc und ",since 1958, and it may be a tion, chronic lung disease, Spanish Web site at nacer-
e TOharbinger of worsening blindness and hearing sano.org.
rett CUi' {,- >4 -health conditions for loss.
Sn America's babies. The in- "A Surgeon General's
-". '- fant mortality rate in the Conference and a Surgeon Perry Elks
T"l e-U "-SUnited States is worse General's Report would.
than that of most other af- focus much needed atten-
Torenew fluent nations. tion on the growing prob- A n ua
"Given the persistent in- lem of prematurity and
PO Box248 creases in low birthweight low birthweight and fur- Spring
ayo, 3206 and preterm births, the their explore the needs of
2001-2002 increase in the women, babies, and their M music
infant mortality rate dis- health care providers in
mayed us, but it didn't the prevention of prema- Festival
6" surprise us. Specifically, turity."
the new report indicates "Explaining the 2001-02 Festival will be held Sat-
1 Bo nyperthat 61 percent of the in- Infant Mortality Increase: urday, March 5, 9 a.m. 5
ln-County per year crease in the infant moral- Data From the Linked p.m. on the grounds in
ity rate can be attributed Birth/Infant Death Data front of the Perry Lodge.
to increases in births of Set," National Vital Statis- Come join us for a full day
8D ~the smallest and earliest tics Reports, Volume 53, of music, entertainment,
infants. Number 12, from the Na- games, arts and crafts,
"Prematurity (birth be- tional Center for Health good food. Bring your
Out of Countyper year fore 37 completed weeks Statistics, was released to- chairs, spread a blanket
gestation) has become a day. and enjoy the festivities -
14260-F common, serious, and The March of Dimes is a fun for the entire family.






THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2005 THE MAYO FREE PRESS, Mayo, FL PAGE 5B


D.A.R.E. program gets TV coverage

Ch.6 reporter Lenetra Bennett was Carson McCall, LES principal Marion '- .; ...." .' -
back in town on Friday, Feb. 18 to give McCray, and Superintendent Fred Ward ': ,'.
the D.A.R.E program a little well-de- had a good time filming the news clip '.- .' j.
served publicity. that was aired on the 11 o'clock news
Fifth grade students, teachers, Re- Friday night and again early Saturday bi.
source Officer Gerald Powers, Sheriff morning.









; .# D.A.R.E.

vehicle

sponsor
d In last week's article about
the D.A.R.E. vehicle one of
h the sponsors was omitted.
d' ,- pi Bubba Cone of Mayo Service
St 5 a Center is also one of the
DARE Vehicle sponsors.









Mayo Legals Mayo Legals Mayo Legals
ACCEPTING BIDS required to be served must file their claims Bid packets may be picked up at Lafayette -
with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 County School Board, Monday through Friday
Lafayette Little League will be accepting bids MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
for pictures for the 2005 Little League Baseball PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
season. Please send all bids to Lafayette Little DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A Bids must be returned by 3 p.m., Monday,
League, P.O. Box 862, Mayo, FL 32066. We COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. March 14, 2005, at which time bids will be
will accept bids through Friday, March 11, opened. The School Board will award bid on
2005. All other creditors of the decedent and other Tuesday, March 15, 2005, 10:30 a.m.
2/24-3/10-3-D persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their claims with For more information, please contact Pam
NOTICE OF HEARING this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE Tyre, Purchasing Clerk at (386) 294-4344.
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 2/24-3/3-2-D
The Lafayette County School Board will con- NOTICE.
duct a public hearing on Tuesday, March 15, 1
2005 at 10:45 a.m. to consider amending the ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME RECEIVING SEALED BIDS
following Rule: PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 The Lafayette County School Board will re-
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE ceive sealed bids for the following:
STUDENT PROGRESSION PLAN FOREVER BARRED.
INSTALLATION/REPAIR OF CLOSEDCIR-
The Board has considered the economic im- NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS CUT SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS Reporter's e: The Mayo Free Press prints Feb. 6- Carlton Bailey, 26, 16305 156th
pact of the amended Rule, and upon approval SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED aie
and adoption of this policy by the School TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE A mandatory walk through will be held Friday, th entire aest record as received. If yor St., McApin. Charged with grand theft of
Board, Lafayette County Schools will comply DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. February 25, 2005 at 1 p.m. at which time bid lalle appears here and you are later found not a vehicle/ fleeing and eluding. Arresting
with the guidelines set forth for student pro- packets will be available. appeared arlater p oeit not a c and Arresting
gression. The date of first publication of this notice is guiltil or the charges are dropped, we will be officer Dep. Chris Land.
TSt r AuthiNG Son HE February 17, 2005. Bids must be returned by 3 p.m., Monday,
Statutory Authority: Section 1001.41, Florida March 14, 2005, at which time bid will be happy to make note of this int the newspaper Feb. 9- Jessie Wayne Land, 45, 2245 New
Statutes100 Laws Implemented: Stectioanrd 100825;of Edu- Personal Representative: opened. The School Board will award bid on he judicial proof is present ted to us by yo or Tampa Hwy. 22, Lakeland. Charged with
1003.43, Florida Statutes State Board of Edu- JoAnn Perry Tuesday, March 15, 2005, 10i30 a.m.c s
cation Rule: 6A-1.09411 559 SW Lincoln Road the ahorities, worthless checks under $150 x 2/VOP
Copies of this amended Rule of the Lafayette Mayo, Florida 32066 For more information, please contact Pam
Co o a R o aay Tyre, Purchasing Clerk at (386) 29 Feb. 2- Joseph Bass, 22, 22091 Fletcher (passing worthless checks). Arresting offi-
County School Board is available for public in- Attorney for Personal Representative: 2/24-1-D Rd., Brian. Charged with VOP (grand cer Dep. Scott Hamlin. released on $2000
section at the Office of the Superintendent of Tom W. Brown
Schools, Lafayette County School-Board, 363 Attorney for JoAnn Perry PUBLIC NOTICE theft). Arresting officer Suwannee Co. bond:
NE Crawford Street, Mayo, Florida. FloridaBarNo. 0091332 Dep.Tolle. Released per Judge Land. Feb. 9- Travis Sutley, 28,SW 1102 CR
Frc W. W Surin t of Scls Brannon, Brown, Haley & Bullock, PA. The Lafayette County Commission will hold a p
FredW.Ward Supentendent of Schools 116 NW Columbia Avenue regular scheduled meeting on Monday, Febru- Feb. 2- Sheila Stone, 34, 4154 Deer trail, 300, Mayo. Charged with violation of in-
P.O. Box 1029 ary 2, 2005 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be Middleburg. Charged with petit theft. Ar- junction for domestic violence. Arresting
IF A PERSON DCDEC S TO APPEAL ANY Lake City, Florida 32056 held in the commissioners meeting room on
DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, WITH Telephone: (386) 752-3213 the second floor of the Lafayette County Cour- resting officer Dep. Geoff Condy. Released office Sgt. Alan Ellis. Released on $1000
RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED 2/17-2/24-2-0 those in Mayo, Florida. Listed below is an
AT THIS MEETING OR HEARING, HE/SHE
WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEED- agenda for the meeting. on $1000 bond. bond.
INGS, AND, FOR SUCH'PURPOSE, HE MAY PUBLIC NOTICE Feb. 3- Pedro Ramirez, 19, PO Box 1695, Feb. 18- Kenton Blake, 22, 800 SW Sym-
NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM By Order of:
RECORD OFTHE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, The Lafayette County Commission will receive Curtis O. Hamlin Mayo. Charged with no valid driver li- phony Loop, Lake City. Sentenced from
WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTI- sealed bids on thefollowing parcel of land Lot Chairman ce possession of alcohol under 21. Ar- court (three days).
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE 10 King Subdivision Plat Book "A" Page 127
APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. (approximately .51 acres).The sealed bids are 1. Call to Order at 5:30 p.m. resting officer FHP Trooper Floyd. Re- Feb. 18- Darnien Bufford, 30, 400
2/24-3/10- 3-D due in the Clerk of Court's office by 12:00 p.m. 2. Invocation and pledge to flag.
on Friday, March 11, 2005. The Clerk of 3. Approve the minutes. leased on $1000 bond. Billingate Ave. Charged with domestic vi-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Court's office is on the first floor of the Court- 4. Special needs from the community. Arresting officer Dep. Chris
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA. house in Mayo, Florida. The bids will be 5. Robin Pearson Health Department. Feb. 5- Chris Peterson, 26, 1959 NE CR olence. Arrestingofficer Dep. Chris Land.
PROBATE DIVISION opened at 10:00 a.m. during a regular meeting 6. Land Use-Public Hearing. 400, Mayo. Charged with VOP. Arresting Feb. 18- Travis Calhoun, 26, 647 MLK,
File No.: 05-02-CP of the County Commission in their meeting 7. Re-zoning request-Levis Lawson.
Room on the second floor of the Courthouse in 8. North Central Florida Regional Planning officer Sgt. Alan Ellis. Released on Mayo. Charged with Violation of commu-
IN RE: ESTATE OF: Mayo, Florida. The meeting will begin at 9:00 Council Staff Land Use Issues $1524.60 ash bond nity control. Arresting officer H. Pearson.
a.m. on Monday, March 14, 2005. 9. Lynn Cox A I General Insurance. $1524.60 cash bond.
HERBERT EDWARD PERRY, SR. 10. Conrad Bishop-Various Items
Division: Probate The Board of County Commissioners of 11. Department Heads- Various Items.
Lafayette County, Florida reserves the right to 12. Approve the bills.
Deceased. reject any and all bids, to waive formalities, to 13. New Business.
re-advertise and award the bid to the best in- 14. Adjourn.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS terest of Lafayette County, Florida and to ac- ''
cept the highest and best bid. ALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WEL-'
The administration of the estate of HERBERT COME TO ATTEND. NOTICE IS FURTHER ..
EDWARD PERRY, SR., deceased, whose By Order of: HEREBY GIVEN, PURSUANT TO FLORIDA
date of death was December 18, 2004, is Curtis O. Hamlin, Chairman STATUTE 286.0105, THAT ANY PERSON ORED Tes Da es
pending in the Circuit Court for Lafayette Lafayette County Commission PERSONS DECIDING TO APPEAL ANY E Tes
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address 2/24-3/3-2-D MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS PUBLIC
of which is corner of Main and Fletcher, Mayo, HEARING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE
Florida 32066. The names and addresses of HEARING AND MAY NEED TO ENSURE
the personal representative's attorney are set RECEIVING SEALED BIDS THAT AVERBATIM RECORD OF TEPRO-U M Onday and Tuesday
forth below. FEEDING IS MADE WHICH RECORD IN-
The Lafayette County School Board will re- CLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
All creditors of the decedent and other per- ceive sealed bids for the following: UPONDWHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE YOU nUSt attend the registration session
sons having claims or demands against dece- re station
dent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is SALE OF SURPLUS SCHOOL VEHICLES 2/24-1-D londay, February 28, 6 p.m.
V Wednesday, March 2 at 9 a.m.

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Middle School participates in Step Up Florida
Congratulations to all Middle School students who
ran or walked Friday, Feb. 4 for Step Up Florida.
All participants received a Step Up Florida bracelet .
from the health department. :,
Winners drawn from the cards that were hole
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8th grade Ciarra Watson, Kandy Nielson, Stephanie
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7th grade Tori Bearden, Jennifer Garcia, Corey
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Ernest Hairstyling of Jasper .
Ernest Was raised in Wash- yachtswomen, while sailing would always travel Route 41 body and vitality, your hair i
ington, D.C. He began his ca- the Atlantic, would telephone spending time in Jasper and will stay in place, and is per- g
reer in his father's salon. His ahead for appointments upon White Springs. They loved formed with scissors without ic .
father, a naval veteran of arriving at the dock. Other sa- North Florida's natural beau- hair damage. Cut dry to
World War I, and his mother lons have included Miami, ty and local culture along the damp, as wet cuts inadver- -
are both deceased and buried Ft. Lauderdale, and Brevard Suwannee River. tently cuts little chunks of '
in Arlington National Ceme- County, including Cocoa Ernest, as was his father, is hair, it is a perfectly balanced
tery. Beach, Satellite Beach, Indi- also a naval veteran of World contoured cut ... and regard-
After stints at the famous alantic and Melbourne. He War II. He has two sons, both less of style choice will stay
Bruno Brothers of Toronto, owned and operated a chain career firemen. His older son in place.
Canada and Robert Fiance of of some eight salons in Bre- Greg is assistant fire chief of He welcomes boomers,
New York, N.Y., Ernest vard County. He sold his last Melbourne. His younger son both male and female, at his, .
opened his first salon in the salon in February 2003 after Jeff is with the Cocoa Beach new temple of beauty, Ernest -
most prestigious address many years of happy and suc- Fire Department. They both Hairstyling at 117 S. Central .i ...
Washington, D.C., on the up- cessful operation. have aspirations of moving to Avenue, Jasper, 386-792- 7
per Connecticut Avenue, NW. In 2004, Ernest moved to Hamilton County in the fu- 3056.
The salon was later pur- Jasper in Hamilton County. ture. Ernest expresses his grati- '
chased by the well known His life-long dream was be- Ernest, being a senior citi- tude to the late Charles Re-
cosmetic firm of Mary Chess, ginning to unfold. Remem- .zen, feels that the aging of hberg and his widow Jeanne
Inc. of New York, N.Y. His being as a young man how America is the force behind Rehberg Morgan, two of the ,
next salon opened in north he, his mother and father the growth of salons in Amer- most dedicated people to the ;
Palm Beach. Here his loved Hamilton County. On ica. He also has a better feel- advancement of the hair in- 'A.'
wealthy clientele their winter vacations, they ing of what seniors really dustry. The people of North -
want in their day-to-day liv- Florida were indeed fortunate..
ing, including their hair- to have had the Rehberg
styles. With this thought in Academy of Hair Design,
:Oa v r mind, he invented a haircut dedicated to the advancement'
l] | known as the "Swiss Carved, of young hairdressers and lo- ... .
doesn't get any easier "I Cut." This cut gives great cated in Lake City. HAIR LING T DITI
HAIRSTYLING TRADITION:
Ernest and his late father stand-
ing on Patterson Street in front
Beautiful a ae of the First National Bank of
Beautifurlg a sJapanese Valdosta in January of 1956 on
Soft Serve Ice Cream .
Softner....ce1 a M magnolia Tulip Trees their way to Hamilton County.
oe. 1.0 Photo: Submitted
cup......... $1.50 Every Februarn you'll enjoy the gorgeous tulip
Soda Float....$2.00 ." like blooms of pink and purple welcomingg the ar
*plus tax coming spring. It's size and stature make it a C'
dramatic addition to your \acrda!a
Friday &
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place during which the en- Room, courthouse, Jasper. Council Meeting: Third (866-236-7812). Located on
tire group meets for awards, Hamilton County Cham- Tuesday, 7 p.m., White Bisbee Loop (use the south
skits and fun..The pack ber of Commerce, Inc. Springs Town Hall. entrance). In Lee off CR
holds two or three activities meets first Thursday, at 6 I Can Cope Educational 255, Madison County. Visit
during the summer, as well p.m., at 204 N. Hatley St., support group for any type web-site at
Sas a week of Day Camp. Jasper. For more info, call of cancer for patients, fami- www.geocities.com/suwan-
Disabled American Vet- 386-792-1300. lies and friends. Third Tues- neehs.
erans Chapter No. 126 Hamilton County Coun- day, 7 p.m., Marvin E. Jones Live Oak, Suwannee
Second Thursday, 6 p.m., cil on Aging, Inc. Needs Building, -Dowling Park. County Recreation Board
226 Parshley St., S.W. Call volunteer drivers for the Call Cindy 386-658-5700. meets on the second
386-362-1701. home-delivered meals pro- Leona 4-H Community Wednesday of each month
Florida Gateway Char- gram. If you enjoy helping Club First Monday, 7 at 5 p.m. at the Suwannee
ter Chapter of the Ameri- others and are interested or p.m., home of Avon and Parks & Recreation offices
can Business Women's As- need more information, Betty Hicks, 6107 180th St., at 1201 Silas Drive, Live
sociation meets on the please contact Dorsey McAlpin. Call Betty Hicks Oak. For more info, please
second Thursday of each Stubbs at Council on Aging, at 386-963-4205 or Pam contact 386-362-3004.
month. Membership is open 1509 S.W. First Street in Nettles at 386-963-1236. MADD Dads Third
to all area women who ei- Jasper or call 386-792- Lion's Club Farm Bu- Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
their own their own business 1136. reau meeting room, 7 p.m., Suwannee County Court-
or are employed otherwise. Hamilton County Devel- second Tuesday and fourth house.
Everyone is welcome to at- opment Authority meets Tuesday. Call Richard Man To Man Group -
tend. For more info, please the second Thursday, at 7 Tucker, 386-963-4577. Meets regularly at 7 p.m.,
call Sandy Harrison at 386- p.m., at 204 NE 1st St., San- Live Oak Artist Guild second Thursday each
754-0434 or 386-752-0516.' dlin Building, Jasper. For 7 p.m., first Tuesday, St. month at the Marvin E.
Friends of Suwannee more info, call 386-792- Luke's Episcopal Church. Jones Building, Dowling
River State Park monthly 6828. Contact Don Strickland, Park. Each program is free
board meeting are held the Hamilton County 386-362-5146. of charge and refreshments
second Tuesday of the Tourist Development Live Oak Christian are provided. For further
Monthly Meetings p.m., Suwannee River Re- month at 7 p.m. at the Council meets the second Home Educators meet info, call the American Can-
Allen Boyd (D-North gional Library, South Ohio Suwannee River State Park. Wednesday, at 12 noon, at first Thursday of every cer Society toll-free at 800-
Floriseeger-bbanjo-con- Ave. Call Clair McLauchlin For info, contact Member- 204 NE 1st St., Sandlin month. If you are looking ACS-2345 or the local of-
certnesday, City Council at 386-362-3524 or Richard ship Chair Walter Schoen- Building, Jasper. For more for a strong home school fice toll-free at 888-295-
Chambers, City Hall, 101, Buffington at 386-364- fielder 850-971-5354 or e- info, call 386-792-6828. support group please con- 6787 (Press 2) Ext. 114.
SE White Ave., Live Oak, 5985. mail wbs@surfbest.net Home and Community tact Pat, 386-364-1734. Market Days Advent
9:30-11:30 a.m. You may Branford Camera Club Girl Scout Leaders Educators (HCE) the Live Oak Garden Club Christian Village, first Sat-
reach Congressman Boyd Regular club meetings, 7:30 First Monday, 7 p.m. Girl council meets on the first Monthly from Sept.-May. urday, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. Space
by calling 202-225-5235 or p.m., third Thursday, Bran- Scouts of Gateway Council Friday of the month at 9:30 The Morning Glories day on first-come, first-serve
his web site at ford Library, Contact Car- will meet at the Woman's a.m. at the Suwannee Coun- group-third Friday and the basis, $5 each. Village
www.house.gov/Boyd. Con- olyn Hogue 386-935-2044. Club. Call Mary Check-Ca- ty Extension Office, Colise- Night Bloomers night Square shops open. Call the
gressman Boyd's staff visit Cub Scout Pack No. 408 son, 386-362-4475. um Complex, Eleventh group-third Tuesday, 1302 Lodge Office 386-658-
so that the people of Suwan- Committee meets monthly Hamilton County Gov- Street, Live Oak. They wel- S.W. Eleventh Street, Live 5200.
nee County have the.oppor- on the second Tuesday, 6:30 ernmental Monthly Meet- come new members. For Oak. McAlpin Community
tunity to discuss in person p.m., at the Live Oak ings Bellville Volunteer further information call Live Oak Senior Citi- Club Regular monthly
issues'of concern to them. Church of Christ, 1497 Fire/Rescue executive 386-362-2771. zens meet at 10:30 a.m., meetings are held on the
Congressman Boyd's staff Irvin Ave (SR 51 board: second Monday of Jasper City Council first Monday of the month second Monday at 7 p.m.,
has been trained to assist South). Anyone, interested is each month at 7 p.m. Meeting Second Monday, at the Exhibition II Build- beginning with a covered
constituents with a variety welcome to attend. Call Hamilton County Alco- 6 p.m., Jasper City Hall. ing, Coliseum Complex, dish dinner. Everyone is
of issues related to various Alan Stefanik, Committee hol and Other Drug Pre- Jasper Lions Club Meet- 1302 SW Eleventh St., Live welcome. The purpose of
federal agencies. It is im- Chairman, 386-362-3032, e- vention Coalition meet ing Second and fourth Oak. Members have the op- the Club is to acquaint
portant to the Congressman m a i 1 : fourth Wednesday, 9:30-11 Tuesday, 7 p.m., Roosters portunity to take part in es- members of the community
that his staff make them- coimmchair@pack408.net a.m., at the Hamilton Coun- Diner. Call Jim Taitt for fur- corted tours. For more info, with all the services that are
selves available for those or visit pack's website: ty School Board meeting their information at 386- call Lula Herring at 386- available in the County. For
who are not able to travel to www.pack408.net, for addi- room, JRE Lee Administra- 938-3582. 364-1510. NOTE: March info on scheduled speakers,
either his Panama City or tional information. The tive Complex, Jasper. For Jennings Town Council meeting canceled, next call Grant Meadows Jr.,
Tallahassee offices. Tiger, Wolf, Bears, and We- more info, contact Grace Meeting First Tuesday, 7 meeting April 4. 386-935-9316 or Shirley
Alzheimer's Support' belos dens (grades one McDonald at 386-938-4911 p.m., Jennings Town Hall. Suwannee Valley Hu- Jones, 386-963-5357. For
Group Third Thursday, five) meet every Thursday or e-mail mcdonaldgl@all- MainStreet Hamilton mane Society Animal Shel- info on renting the building,
Marvin E. Jones Building, at the church, 6:30-8 p.m., tel.net County, Inc. Third Thurs- ter The monthly meeting call Kristie Harrison at 386-
Dowling Park, 3:30 p.m. when school is in Hamilton County Board day, MainStreet Office, will be held on the second 364-3400.
Call Cindy Erskin at 386- session. In lieu of a den of Commissioners First Jasper, 6 p.m. Monday of the month at MOMS Club Second
658-5700. meeting, the pack meeting Tuesday, 9 a.m., and third School Board Fourth noon at the shelter. For Wednesday, 11:15 a.m. at
American Legion Post is held on the fourth Thurs- Tuesday at 6 p.m., County Tuesday, 6 p.m. 'bmore info, contact thet- toll- _.
i07 First Thursday, 12-2 day at the same time and Commissioners' Board' White Springs Town free number: 866-Adopt12 SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 3C




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Calendar
Continued From Page 2C about free and discounted the month at the Exhibition ond Thursday, 7 p.m., Well- White Springs Courage ball stadium, 6:30 p.m.,
prescription drug programs II Building, Coliseum Cor- born Community Center. to Change meets Monday, every Monday.
the fellowship hall of and eligibility requirements. plex, 1302 SW Eleventh St., Contact Bonnie Scott, 386- 8 p.m., Methodist Church, Square Dance With
Bethel Missionary Baptist This service is provided at Live Oak. For more info 963-4952 or leave a mes-/ White Springs. For more Vagabond Squares, Thurs-
Church. Go West on US 90 no charge. For more info or call Lula Herring, 386-364- sage at 386-208-1733. info, call 386-397-1410 or day, 7-9:30 p.m., St. Luke's
seven miles from 1-75, if you can't travel to the 1510. WCA (building fund)-First District 16 Help Line toll- Episcopal Church, Newbern
and 1-1/2 miles from the site, contact the Elder Suwannee River Valley Saturday-Blueberry Pan- free, 800-505-0702. Road. Loyce Harrell, 386-
Columbia/Suwannee Coun- Helpline toll-free at 800- Archaeology Society cake Breakfast, center of Bluegrass Association 963-3225, or Ralph Beek-
ty line, 12 miles from Live 262-2243, Monday Friday Third Tuesday; public li- Wellborn, Andrews Square. Saturday at 6 p.m. at the man, 386-752-2544.
Oak. For more info, call 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. brary, Branford; Info: 386- Blueberry pancakes, Pickin' Shed at the Spirit of Suwannee River Riding
386-397-1254 or e-mail SHINE Serving Health 935-4901. sausage, OJ, coffee. the Suwannee Music Park. Club Membership fee $25
MOMSClubofLiveOak- Insurance Needs of Elders Suwannee Valley Wellborn Neighborhood Covered dish on first and per year. Team roping first
LakeCityFl@alltel.net Live Oak Suwannee Riv- Builders Association Sec- Watch last Thursday, 7 third Saturday. For info, and third Friday night.
Nursing Mom's Group er Regional Library, US 129 ond Thursday, 6 p.m., Farm p.m., Blake Lowe Building, call 386-364-1683. Speed events first and third
Second Friday, 10 a.m., South, 12:30-2:30 p.m. Bureau meeting room, 407 1517 4th Ave., Wellborn. Bridge Club Monday, Saturday night. Call 386-
Suwannee River Regional second Monday of every Dowling Ave., Live Oak, $5 For more info, call Bruce or 6:45 p.m., Golden Corral 935-2622.
Library. Call Michelle, 386- month and 1:30-2:30 p.m. per person for meal and Jane, 386-963-3196. Restaurant, Live Oak. For Suwannee Valley Bar-
776-2955, for-more info. second Thursday of every meeting. Weekly Meetings information call 386-362- bershop Chorus Every
Remembering the Loss month. Elders and their Suwannee Valley Ge- Al-Anon/Mayo Al-Anon 3200. Tuesday, Crapps Meeting
of Your Baby An open caregivers in Suwannee nealogical Society First Group meets each Thurs- Boy Scout Troop #693 Room, Suwannee River Re-
support group for families County who are trying to Thursday, 7p.m., Wilbur St. day, 8 p.m., Mayo Manna Every Monday, 7 p.m., gional Library, US 129
who have experienced the understand Medicare and Live Oak (behind Mizell's). House, Pine Street for Shrine Club, Bass Road, un- South, Live Oak at 7 p.m.
loss of a baby through mis- other health insurance pro- Open Tuesdays and Thurs- family members and friends til further notice. Call 386- Call Fred Phillips, 386-362-
carriage, ectopic pregnancy, grams can receive help from days, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 to show support. For more 776-2863. 1886.
stillbirth, newborn death or the Florida Department of p.m. Info: 386-330-0110. info, call Barbara, 386-294- Live Oak Singles Group TOPS Take Off Pounds
termination due to fetal ab- Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv- Suwannee Valley Quil- 3348 or Marcia, 386-208- meets Friday, 7:30 p.m., Sensibly, the Live Oak
normality or maternal com- ing Health Insurance Needs ters First and third Thurs- 1008. Live Oak Christian Church Community Church of God,
plications. Group meets the of Elders) Program. Special- day, 10 a.m. Jane, 386-776- Alcoholics Anonymous fellowship hall on US 129 every Thursday, 8:30 a.m.,
first Thursday of each ly trained SHINE volunteers 2909 after 4 p.m. Branford meets Tuesday North, Live Oak (next to weigh-in, meeting, 9 a.m.
month, 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m., help Medicare recipients Suwannee Valley Kennel and Friday, 7:30 p.m., Bran- Walt's Ford). Parking is be- Barbara Crain, 386-362-
at Hospice of North Central make informed decisions .Club Third Tuesday, 7:30 ford United Methodist tween church and cemetery 5933 or Sharon Martin,
Florida, North Building about their health insurance p.m., Hospitality and Church, Express and Henry on church property or along 386-364-5423.
Counseling Room, 4305 and Medicare Prescription Recreational Building, Co- St., Branford. For more US 129 North. This not a Weight Watchers Mon-
NW 90th Blvd., Drug Cards. SHINE volun- lumbia County Fairgrounds, info, call 386-935-2242 or church sponsored event. For day, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.,
Gainesville. To register or teers also inform seniors Lake City, P.O. Box 2013, the District 16 Help Line more info, call Carla, 386- St. Luke's Episcopal, toll-
for more information con- about free and discounted Lake City, FL 32056. toll-free, 800-505-0702. 364-4756. Visit web site at free 800-651-6000.
tact Cheryl Bailey at Hos- prescription drug programs Tobacco-Free Partner- Alcoholics Anonymous http://groups.yahoo.com/gr FYI
pice of North Central Flori- and eligibility requirements. ship of Suwannee County Live Oak -. meets Tuesday oup/SuwanneeSingles/ Advent Christian Vil-
da, 352-692-5107 or toll- This service is provided at meet quarterly, call Mary and Friday, 8 p.m., Precinct Narcotics Anonymous lage 2004-2005 Artist Se-
free, 800-816-0596. no charge. For more info or Jordan Taylor 386-362- Voting Building, Nobles The Gratitude Group ries Events include: 'His-
SHINE Serving Health if you can't travel to the 2708, ext. 232. Ferry Road, Live Oak. For Meetings held Monday, 7 tory Jumps Off the Page,'
Insurance Needs of Elders site, contact the Elder Vivid Visions, Inc. A more info, call District 16 p.m., at St. Luke's Episco- Friday, Jan. 28, at the
Volunteers are needed in Helpline toll-free at 800- shelter and outreach agency Help Line toll-free, 800- pal Church, 1391 S.W. Phillips Dining Room, 6
your area to assist elders 262-2243, Monday Friday for victims of domestic vio- 505-0702. Eleventh St. (in the back), p.m.; Donna Wissinger -
and their caregivers receive 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. lence meets the first Mon- Alcoholics Anonymous Live Oak, FL 32060. flutist, Saturday, March 12,
information and assistance SHINE Serving Health day of each month at 5:30 Mayo Group meets Sun- Over Eaters Anonymous at the Phillips Dining
on health insurance and insurance Needs of Elders p.m., Douglass Center Con- day, Monday, Wednesday We care. Meets Mondays Room, 7 p.m., 'Cotton
Medicare. Comprehensive Mayo Library, SR 51, ference Room. All persons and Thursdays at 8 p.m. The 11:35 a.m.- 12:50 p.m., Patch Gospel,' Monday,
training is provided by, the Mayo, 12:30-2:30 p.m. interested in helping vic- meetings are held at Manna Mondays, at Suwannee Riv- March 21, at the Village
Florida Department of El- first Wednesday of every tims of domestic violence House, Pine Street, Mayo. er Regional Library, 129 Church, 7 p.m. (Based on
der Affairs. This service is month. Elders and their are encouraged to attend. For more info call 386-294-' South, Live Oak. For more Clarence Jordan's version
provided at no charge. Call caregivers in Lafayette For more info, call 386- 2423 or District 16 Help info, call 386-364-4749. of the book of Matthew);
the Elder Helpline toll-free County who are trying to 364-5957. Line toll-free, 800-505- Quarterback Club The Phillips-Lassiter Guitar
at 800-262-2243, Monday understand Medicare and Wellborn Community 0702. Meeting Old'Nettie Bais-
Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. other health insurance pro- Association (WCA) Sec- Alcoholics Anonymous den school next to the foot- SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 4C
SHINE Serving Health grams can receive help from
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Branford Library, US, Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv- Car
129 North, Branford, 9-11 ing Health Insurance Needs
a.m. first Wednesday of .of Elders) Program. Special- Continued From Page 1C REAR OR FRONT face and keep a watchful eye tached with seat belts or with
,.eve.y ,month. Elders 'and ly trained SHINE volunteers 'FACING? o'him .. I k you' are'driving. 'a LATCH system (LATCH
their caregivers in Suwan- help '.Medicare recipients shap it'tb'tje'the'bhby in it "''t Depending upon the 'age of' *'Clildif'f t& y'ars old: stand'f' Loer Anchors
nee County who are trying make informed decisions outside. The carrier can also your child, you'll need to As your child grows, he'll be and Tethers for Children). It
to understand Medicare and about their health insurance work in conjunction with a, know where to position his car able to move on to a forward- is a federally mandatedi'sys-
other health insurance pro- and Medicare Prescription stroller. All those components seat for maximum safety, facing seat. The harness ten that aims to standardize
grams can receive help Drug Cards. SHINE volun- make it a "travel system." Children up to 12 months: straps/slots should be placed and simplify the installation.
from the Florida Depart- teers also inform seniors Since you don't have to wake Most experts agree that a child at or above a child's shoulders. of child restraints withldut us-
ment of Elder Affairs' about free and discounted up your child to move him should be positioned in the However, still keep it posi- ing the vehicle's seat belt sys-
SHINE (Serving Health In- prescription drug programs from place to place, these center of the backseat in a tioned in the center of the ter. Cars manufactured from
surance Needs of Elders) and eligibility requirements, types of seats are quite popu- rear-facing position through backseat'for safety. September 2002 on : are
Program. Specially trained This service is provided at lar. 12 months. At a young age, a Children 4 and up: Chil- equipped with special anchor
SHINE volunteers help no charge. For more info or 2. Convertible car seats -- baby's neck is fragile and un- dren of this age should still points where the car seat can
Medicare recipients make if you can't travel to the These seats let you use the able to support the weight of ride in the back of the car, but attach.
informed decisions about site, contact the Elder same product from when your his head. A rear-facing seat al- it is not essential for them to Make sure' that your child
their health insurance and" Helpline toll-free at 800- baby is bor through when he lows the seat to recline at a be centrally located. Booster isn't overly bundled beneath
Medicare Prescription Drug 262-2243, Monday Friday is a toddler, weighing in at 40 45-degree angle, properly seats should be used with both car seat straps. If you can
Cards. SHINE volunteers 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. pounds. They may feature re- supporting your child's neck. the lap and shoulder seat belts pinch the edges of a strap to-
also inform seniors about Small. Scale Farmers movable inserts that effective- Even as he grows and neck securely fastened to keep your gether between your fingers,
free and discounted pre- and Craft Designers Mar- ly make the seat smaller to fit strength increases, it is still a child safely contained in them. the straps are too loose.
scription drug .programs ket Committee Third an infant. So this car seat is in- good idea to keep the baby IMPORTANT Never place a car seat in
and eligibility require- Thursday, 7 p.m., Coliseum stalled once, and stays put. Al- rear facing, because a car ride SAFETY TIPS, front of an active air bag.
ments. This service is pro- extension offices.: though it doesn't offer the is full of bumps, swerves and If they're properly installed Many emergency-service
vided at no charge. For Suwannee Chapter of portable convenience of an in- jerks that could damage your and used, car seats can do personnel such as firemen
more info or if you can't the Florida Trail Associa- fant carrier, you won't be re- child's sensitive neck. Consult wonders to keep your little and police officers are trained
travel to the site; contact tion Second Monday, 7 quired to purchase new seats with your pediatrician to de- one safe and secure, in proper car-seat installation.
the Elder Helplinei toll-free p.m., Suwannee River Water as your child grows. termine when it's the best time Remember to follow all If you have any questions on
at 800-262-2243, Monday Management District.' For 3. Booster seats -- These for your child to move to a instructions when installing installation, consult with
Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. more info, call Don Neale, seats transition with your forward-facing seat. your car seats. Most are at- them or your pediatrician.
SHINE Serving Health 386-362,-4850 or Sylvia youngster through early child- There are many products
Insurarice Needs of Elders Dunnam, 386-362-3256. hood. They can be used until a that make using rear-facing . ? ,
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Continued From Page 3C Dowling Park. If you're in- FoodSource a Christian ship brochures may be community events and fund noon feeding. Toddlers and
terested in arranging a based Christian food coop- picked up at the State Park raising. To register or for preschoolers will love
Duo, Friday, April 22, at the speaking engagement or a erative, is in your area! or mail your membership more info contact Carolyn learning about the barnyard
Village Church, 7 p.m. tour for your organization, Stretch your food dollars! to: Friends of Suwannee Long, 386-752-9191. buddies. Meet at the barn.
ACV. season tickets are club or church, please con- With the help of dedicated River State Park, 20185 CR Hospice of the Suwannee For more info, call 352-
available at Advent Christ- tact us at 386-658-5110 or volunteers, FoodSource is 132, Live Oak, FL 32060. Valley Helping Hands 334-2170 or visit www.na-
ian Village, The Music Cen- toll-free, 800-714-3134 or able to provide quality Phone: 386-362-2746. Indi- Volunteer Orientation tureoperations.org.
ter in Live Oak, and the e m a i 1 foods at low prices while vidual Friend-$15; Family- third Tuesday, 5-6:30 p.m. Morningside Nature
Suwannee County Chamber ccarter@acvillage.net. For promoting Christian values $25; Business Sponsor-$50; at Hospice of the Suwannee Center Living History
of Commerce. Cost: Adults an ACV preview, visit and volunteerism in your Corporate Friend-$100- Valley, 618 SW FL Gateway Farm, Gainesville Living
$80; Students (ages 13-18) www.acvillage.net. Or re- community. This is NOT a $250; Lifetime Friend- Drive, Lake City. After at- History Days, every Satur-
$35; Children (ages 5-12) quest a free videotape, needy only program; it is $300. For more info contact tending orientation and day,
$25. Downtown Craft Mar- for EVERYONE. There are the membership chair Wal- completing the screening from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. with
Another Way, Inc. Sup- ket, Iigh Springs Brings no qualifications to partici- ter Schoenfelder at 850- process, you will be eligible staff in period dress inter-
port Groups Another talen ed local artists togeth- pate! FoodSource accepts 971-5354, or e-mail him at for volunteering in the Hos- preting day-to-day life on a
Way, Inc. offers support er to showcase their talents cash, checks, Visa, Master- wbsesurfbest.net pice Attic thrift store, ad- Florida farm in 1870. Sam-
groups for victims and sur- in th heart of downtown card, Debit,.EBT and mon- GED Tests A person ministrative offices as well ple homemade biscuits on
vivors of domestic vio- High springs and is open ey orders. Menu is subject wanting to take the GED as helping at special events, the woodstove with fresh
lence. For info regarding each Saturday at the corner to change! Each item is pro- test must call to reserve a educational fairs, communi- butter and cane syrup grown
dates and times, call 386- of NW st Avenue and Main portioned for 4-6 people. seat in the registration ses- ty events and fund raising. and made on the farm. Help
792-2747 or the toll-free Street. Admission and ac- This months tentative menu sion. Attendance in a reg- To register or for more info feed the farm animals at 9
hotline at 800-500-1119. tivities are free. For more' is: hamburger steaks, chick- istration session is manda- contact Carolyn Long, 386- a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Free
'Before You Tie The info, please call 386-454- en tenders, family sized Lil' tory in order to take the 752-9191. admission. For more info
Knot' four-hour class for 3950. Smokies, family sized piz- GED test. To reserve seat Lafayette County Veter- call 352-334-2170 or visit
couples who will marry Experience Works a zas, green bean casserole, for registration session and ans All veterans of www.natureoperations.org.
soon. The cost is $10 per national nonprofit organiza- Liberty Sweet Peas, South pay fees, call 386-364- Lafayette County for your Morningside Nature
couple. Completion of this tion, (formerly Green Gate Red Beans & Rice, 2782-Lynn Lee. To inquire protection, your military Center Living History
course is required when Thumb) provides training mushroom gravy, Mrs. about age waivers, call 386- records DD Form 214, Farm, Gaii.esville Dis-
couples reduce their mar- and employment services to Smith's Fire Roasted Apple 384-2763-Lynne Roy, coun- "Certificate of Release or cover & Do, third Sunday of
riage license fee by $32.5'0. older workers over 55 and Pie, fresh eggs, cabbage, selor, and 386-364-2619- Discharge from Active the month, kids bring your
Pre-registration is required. with a limited income in carrots, sliced cheese, Kim Boatright, GED exam- Duty" can be recorded in favorite adult for a fun ac-
\ Registration forms are Suwannee County through strawberry lemonade, or- iner at Suwannee-Hamilton the Lafayette County Court- tivity and make a cool craft
available at the Clerk of the the Senior Community Ser- anges, bananas, five pounds Technical Center. house. Please see the Clerk to take home. Meet at
Court's office or the vice Employment Program fresh potatoes, and an un- Harsonhill Inc., a pre- of Court's office. Loblolly Environmental Fa-
Suwannee County Exten- (SCSEP). Participants are known produce item. Pick scription information LillyAnswers Program cility on NW 34th Street be-
sion Service office, 386- paid the minimum wage for Up Date: Feb. 26. Regular publishing company Fi- Available to Floridians 65 tween University and NW
362-2771. an average of 20 hours per package price $25. Meat nancial help for those who and older who are enrolled 8th Ave. Reservations re-
Childbirth classes of- week. For more info, visit package available $25. Ten- can't afford their prescrip- in Medicare, have an annual quired. Free admission. For
fered at the Suwannee www.experienceworks.org tative meat box menu: rib- tion drugs is available right income below 200 percent more info and to RSVP call
County Health Department or call the Lake City One eye steaks, pork chops, now. Steve Reynolds, Presi- of the federal poverty level 352-334-2170 or visit
on Tuesday from 6 8 p.m. Stop, 386-755-9026, ext. salmon fillets, ground beef, dent .of Harsonhill Inc., a and have no other drug cov- www.natureoperations.org.
Please call to register at 3129 for Loretta or ext. teriyaki chicken breasts, prescription information erage. Seniors may apply Morningside Nature
386-362-2708, ext. 218 3134 for Ronald. smoked sausage links and publishing company, states for the program at no cost Center Living History
Coleen'Cody. The classes Florida Museum of Nat- chicken nuggets. TO OR- assistance programs have by calling a toll-free num- Farm, Gainesville Who's
are free of charge, ural History in DER AND PAY BY CRED- been established by more ber, 877-RX-LILLY, or by Who in the Woods, last Sat-
Department of Children Gainesville Florida's state IT/DEBIT/CHECK CARD, than 100 U.S. drug manu- filling out an application. urday of the month, natural-
and Families can assist natural history museum, lo- CALL TOLL-FREE 800- facturers to assist low in- LillyAnswers card enables ist-guided walk at 9 a.m. 1-
you in applying to register cated near the intersection 832-5020. PICK UP OR- come people. These pro- them to receive a 30-day 1.5 hours walk, wear com-
to vote or update your voter of Southwest 34th Street DER AT LOCAL SITE. For grams cover over 1,400 supply of Lilly pharmaceu- fortable walking shoes.
registration record. If you and Hull Road in the Uni- questions or to order, call commonly prescribed medi- tical products that are sold Meet at the education of-
receive or apply for public versity of Florida Cultural your local coordinator. Live cines. Reynolds states his at participating retail phar- fice, 3540 E. University
assistance benefits, your lo- Plaza in Gainesville. Hours Oak: Live Oak Church of company publishes a 85+ macies for a flat fee of $12. Ave. Free admission. For
cal Department of Children are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon- God 386-362-2483; Well- page manual that contains Info about the LillyAnswers more info call 352-334-
and Families service center day-Saturday and 1-5 p.m. born United Methodist all the information required program is available at 2170 or visit www.nature-
can assist you in complet- Sunday. Closed on Thanks- Church 386-963-5023; to apply to these assistance www.lillyanswers.com or operations.org.
ing a voter registration ap- giving and Christmas. For Ebenezer AME Church programs. For more infor- by calling toll-free 877-RX- Morningside Nature
plication to your local Su- more info, including ticket 386-362-6383 or 386-364- mation about these pro- LILLY. Center Living History
pervisor of elections for prices, directions and park- 4323 or 386-362-4808; grams or to obtain the man- .Love INC A non-profit Farm, Gainesville A
you. Remember, voting is a ing info, call 352-846-2000. Jasper: 386-792-3965; ual e-mail: harsonhill Christian group that repre- Night at the Owlery, By the
right. Your local service Visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu. White Springs: 386-752- @earthlink.net or contact sents local churches in find- light of the silvery moon
center is at 501 Demorest Florida Museum of Nat- 2196 or 386-397-1228; Reynolds toll-free at 888- ing help for valid needs. with the owls and frogs
St., Live; Oak, 386-362- ural History in Bell: 352-463-7772 or 352- 240-9240 or Write to Har- Call Ginny Peters, 386-364- we'll croon...each Saturday
1483. Gainesville Wigglers and 463-1963; Lake City 386- sonhill Inc., 22425 Ventura 4673, Monday-Friday, 9 nearest the full moon. Come
Disaster Action Team Walkers for children ages 752-7976 or FoodSource Blvd., No. 190, Woodland a.m. noon at 7 p.m. with family and
Volunteers Needed The 2-5 is offered the second toll-free at 800-832-5020 or Hills, CA 91364. For imme- MDA Assists people friends for a lively variety
American Red Cross of Wednesday of every month. visit website at www.food- diate info, visit www.Pre- with ALS through help with of talks, songs, hikes, fires,
Suwannee Valley is looking The children learn about source.org for questions or scriptions4Free.com purchase and repair of and fun! Florida Wildlife
for volunteers to join the exhibits through stories, to become a local host site. Hospice of the Suwan- wheelchairs, support Care's Leslie Straub will
Disaster Action Team to as- games, hands-on objects Friends of Suwannee nee Valley Helping groups, expert-led semi- help us meet and greet our
sist victims of fires and oth- and other age-appropriate River State Park Join the Hands Volunteer Orienta- nars, an ALS Web site noisy nocturnal neighbors,
er natural disasters. If.you activities. Adult volunteers Friends of Suwannee River tion first Wednesday, 10- (wwwals.mdausa.org) and the owls, at Boulware
are interested and would are needed to give Wigglers State Park, a non-profit 11 a.m. at Hospice of the ALS-specific chat rooms Springs Historic Water-
like to learn more, call 386- and Walkers tours and no 501(c)3 charitable organi- Suwannee Valley, 618 SW (www.mdausa.org/chat). works, 3300 SE 15th St.,
752-0650. experience is required. To zation. Help keep the State FL Gateway Drive, Lake MOPS Mothers of Gainesville. Free admis-
The Story of Dowling volunteer, applicants must Park the gem of the Suwan- City. After attending orien- Preschoolers a gathering sion. For niore info call
Park Do you want to be available to meet the nee River. The park is lo- station and completing the of moms for encouragement 352-334-2170 or visit
know.more about the Ad- first Wednesday of each cated 13 miles West of Live screening process, you will and fun. All mothers of chil- www.natureoperations.org.
vent Christian Village month from 3-4 p.m. and to Oak off US 90. Quarterly be eligible for volunteering dren from birth to age five NFCC / rtist Series
(ACV) at Dowling Park? give tours every second newsletter, quarterly meet- in the Hospice Attic thrift are invited to attend. "The 2004-2005 Performances
ACV representatives are Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 ings, monthly board meet- store, administrative offices meetings are the second and will be held on campus at

available to meet with you p.m. For more info, call ings and an annual lun- as well as helping at special fourth Tuesday of the the Van H. Priest Auditori-
and share the story of 352-846-2000, ext. 277. cheon meeting. Member- events; educational fairs, month, September through um, Madison. This year's
May, from 9:30 a.m. to line-up includes: Feb. 17,
noon. They are held at the Mark Twain on Stage: John
First Baptist Church on Chappell as Samuel L.
Howard St. in Live Oak. For Clemens in look, in voice,
M & M A u to an iERTY more info, please call 386- in gesture and above all, in
a Ax 362-1583. his own memorial words, he
L SERVICE Marine Corps League lives again; March 3, Cham-
1 11 O F meets in Lake City First ber Orchestra Kremlin -
L I e rty d-X 3ekvCk Tuesday of each month The Russia's internationally
Suwannee Valley Detach- known ensemble performs.
team up to offer Tax Time Rebate. ment of the Marine Corps Season passes $40 for
Let M&M Auto pay your tax bill when you use a portion towards your down payment. League of the United States adults, $25 for children 12
CARS '3,995 & UNDER TRUCKS meets monthly in Lake City. and under. Become a spon-
01 Chevy Metro LSI, r., A...................................... 5,995 96 Ford Windstar............................................3,995 97 Pontiac Transport SE Van....................................5,995 Even months are met in sor $100 individual to $500
96 Cadillac Sedan Deville, 4r., e ........... 6,850 92 Nssn Se ......... ......3 ord F-1, ...-..... Live Oak at the Shriners corporate. For more info,
adllacSedsanSentra ..........................................................e3,995 FordF-150,ato ..................................................... 6,650 CLive Oak at nthe Sh r ine p a te or m sp nore cal
Club, odd months are in passes, or to sponsor call
0 Saturn SC-2............................................ 45 9Toyot or ............... ....95 9ChevyTahoe.......... .. ..... ............................ 6,995 Lake City at Quality Inn 850-973-1653 or e-mail
00 Pontiac Grand Prix, 4dr., SE, White .......................'8,995 2000 Mitsubishi Galant.................................. 3,995 01 Nissan Frointier XE King Cab ............................... ,995 (formerly Holiday Inn). artistseries@ nfcc.edu/ Visit
03 Dodge Neon ..................................... ...................... 95 1986 Toyota Celica ...................................................3,995 01 Ford Windstar .................... .......................... 8,995 M marines in Suwannee Coun- on-line at
01 Ford Tauns SES, white, loaded, 52k ....................... ,850 1989 Dodge Conversion Van ...............................9... 95 02 Chevy Astro Van .......................................... 9,995 ty should call Dale Condy, htpp://www.nfcc.edu/New-
01 Buick Regal LS, leather, champagne ......................,995 Fresh Start, New Start 00 Dodge Durango, SLTplus, leather.......................11,995 386-776-2002 or John Mey- sEvents/ArtistSeries/home.
O0 evy Impala............... 9,995 Bankrupty OK ers, 386-935-6784. Lake html.
0 Bik mpala.......995 Mei a rples V OK 9 9GMCSonoma 4x4 ....................................l,995 City representatives, John NFCC Children's The-
Financing for Everyone 02 Olds Brevada ................................. ......................13,595 Parker, 386-754-1980 or after performances NFCC
99 Honda Prelude, lower ...................................l,988 Wholesale To The Public 01ChevySilverado,2tochoosefrom...............15,995 Bob Edgar, 386-755-1354. will present "The Adven-
S' Marriage? Help me! A tures of Lewis and Clark"
program presented by Solid by GMT Productions, Inc.
Rock Ministries, Inc. of on April 18, with two per-
Jasper; at no charge to any- formances for sixth eighth
one. Call for appointment at graders in NFCC's six
386-792-2603. Helping to county service area. Perfor-
Bill Davis Keith Ronny Bryan Avon Daniel Andy Bill apply Christian principles mance will &e held at the
to our every day living... Van H. Priest Auditorium on
Sales Mgr. Wachob McKinley Wachob Koon Smith Macarages Lipthrott Morningside Nature the Madison campus. For
Finance Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Center Living History more info visit
January Salesman
oftheMonth Farm, Gainesville Barn- www.nfcc.edu/NewsEv-
M A yard Buddies, free admis- ents/ArtistSeries/chil-
S*Short forms only' sion, 3 p.m. every Wednes- drentheater.html or contact
L day and Saturday to meet the NFCC .College Ad-
and greet the farm animals. vancement Office, 850-973-
144829-F After the animal introduc-
4 758-61 71 1 -800-358-8482 tions, help with the after- SEE CALENDAR, PAGE5C


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Continued From Page 4C help dislocated workers and 220 for more info. is in desperate need of small Wild Adventures up- laws of Florida. The Patrol
other job seekers find em- Spirit of the Suwannee pants and underwear for coming events include: has found these checkpoints
1613. ployment in a prompt man- Music Park & Camp- boys and girls. Sizes 4, 5, 6 Snow Days Now-Feb. 28; to be an effective means of
NFCC College Place- ner. AWI staff now have of- ground upcoming events and 7 are needed to help Terri Clark and Josh Turner enforcing the equipment
ment Tests NFCC will fice hours at the One-Stop include Feb. 22-24 Best with "accidents" at school. Feb. 26; 38 Special and and driver's license laws of
conduct College Placement Centers in Hamilton: 386- of America by Horseback; Clean clothes are welcome. The Marshall Tucker Band Florida while ensuring the
Tests (CPT) on computer 792-1229, Jefferson: 850- Feb. 24 Mark Newton Drop off at the school of- March 5; LeAnn Rimes and protection of all motorists.
every Thursday at 8:30 a.m. 342-3338, Lafayette: 386- Band; March 5 Spring fice. Thank you. Little Big Town March 12; Register Now!
and 1:30 p.m. in the NFCC 294-1055, Madison: 850- Fling Garage Sale; March Suwannee Valley Collective Soul and Low Voluntary
Technical Center, Bldg. 13, 973-9675, Suwannee: 386- 12 Sun Country Jamboree; Builders Association Millions March 26; Char- Prekindergarten Program
on the Madison campus. 364-7952 and Taylor: 850- March 18 Cherry Holmes (SVBA) A non profit orga- lie Daniels Band and Trick Early Learning Coalition
Persons taking the tests will 584-7604 counties as fol- Family; March 24-27 nization, is a group of ap- Pony April 2; Ryan Cabr- of Florida's Gateway; Vol-
be required to register in lows: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon- Suwannee Spring Fest; proximately 80 local citi- era with Aslyn and Bonnie untary Prekindergarten
NFCC Student Services 24 day through Friday, and al- March 27 Craft Village zens dedicated to building a McKee April 16; Switch- (VPK); Children four on or
hours before testing. There ternate Saturdays 9 a.m.-l Easter Egg Hunt. stronger community, whose foot April 30; Gary Allan before Sept. 1, are eligible
is a fee of $10 for the test. p.m. Stephen Foster State members volunteer their and Chris Cagle May 7. to receive 540 hours of de-
For more info, please call Parents of ADD and Culture Center State Park time with active involve- Wild. Adventures Theme- velopmentally appropriate
850-973-1612. ADHD Children If you monthly Cracker Coffee- ment with associate spon- Park is located at 3766 Old preschool instruction free
NFCC E-Spotlight pro- are interested in joining a house from 7-9 p.m. in the sorships of worthwhile Clyattville Rd. Valdosta, this coming school year
vides weekly information support group call Lea- Auditorium. Upcoming community activities and Ga. For more info, visit (beginning in August).
Interested in North Flori- Anne Elaine, 386-362- events: Antique Tractor and associate members of the www.wild-adventure.com. INFO: Enrollment Manager
da Community College 7339. Engine Show April 1-3; Council for Progress and CALENDAR OF Jamie Witzman, 386-752-
events? Have current col- Pregnancy Crisis Cen- Florida Folk Festival May Suwannee County Chamber EVENTS 9770, ext. 24 or Gateway
lege news and happenings ter The Live Oak Preg- 27-29. Open stage night of Commerce. SVBA do- Through Feb. 28 Executive Director Dr.
delivered directly to your e- nancy Crisis Center at 112 held the first Saturday of nates two academic scholar- Driver's license and Thomas Logan, ext. 12.
mail address through Piedmont St. (behind the every month with songs, ships each year, donates vehicle inspection www.elc-fg.org.
NFCC's e-Spotlight, Alum- Amoco) is open on Wednes- stories, yodeling, music and Christmas gift/food baskets checkpoints scheduled Lafayette High School
ni, former faculty or staff day through Friday from 9 much more. Coffee and each year and sponsor of The Florida Highway Pa- class of 1980 is looking
and community members a.m.-3 p.m. The center will desserts available for sale. the children's playhouse trol will conduct driver's li- .for classmates
interested in keeping up offer confidential counsel- Free admission at Stephen raffle at Christmas. Fea- cense and vehicle inspec- Lafayette High School
with NFCC's calendar of ing, free pregnancy tests, Foster Folk Culture Center tured speakers from local tion checkpoints through class of 1980; looking for
events and news are invited clothes for expectant moth- State Park, White Springs. businesses and a catered Feb. 28, on Brown Road, classmates; 25th class re-
to join the list of e-Spot- ers and infants. The center Located on US 41, three dinner are the highlights of CR 252, CR 252-A, CR union; Info: Susan Harris
light recipients. To receive will also offer referrals to miles from 1-75 and nine the evening at monthly 252-B, CR 25-A, SR 47, SR Allen, 386-935-0901, Pam
NFCC's weekly e-Spotlight pro-life doctors. Groups miles from I-10. For info on meetings. The general pub- 341, US 441, US 41, CR Zimmerman Corbin, 386-
call the Office of Institu- and churches might want to additional programs and lic is invited to attend and 245, CR 238, CR 135, Turn- 935-3118, Jean Williams,
tional Advancement at 850- have a baby shower and do- times, contact the park at become members. Dona- er Road, SR 100, Trotter's 386-294-1241.
973-1613 or e-mail Kim nate all the items to the 386-397-4331, or visit tions of $5 a personare ac- Road, Fairfield Farms Enter by Feb. 24
Scarboro at center. Also needed: Mater- www.FloridaStateParks.org/ cepted at the door to help Road, CR 250, CR 349,.SR Suwannee High NJROTC
scarborok@nfcc.cc. nity clothes and hangers, stephenfoster/ cover catering expenses. 247 and SR 25 in Columbia Chili Cook-off and Pie
Narconon Arrowhead Telephone 386-330-2229; Stephen Foster Folk For more info onjoining the County; CR 132, CR 136, Eating Contest on Feb. 26
Drug addiction can leave an or toll-free 800-696-4580. Culture Center State Park organization, contact Ron- CR 136-A, CR 137, CR Suwannee High NJROTC
individual feeling helpless Rainbow Acres Animal Honored as one of 10 "21st nie Poole, 386-362-4539. 249, CR 250, CR 252, CR Chili Cook-off and Pie Eat-
and out of control. Espe- Shelter A nonprofit, no Century American Heritage Wanted Have an hour a 349, CR 49, CR 795, SR 20, ing Contest at the Suwannee
cially if you are the family kill, animal shelter, needs Parks" in 2003. For more week to share? Volunteers SR 247, SR 10, SR 51, US County Coliseum, Live Oak
member or friend of an ad- donations of all kinds, shel- info, call 386-397-7009. needed at Surrey Place for 129 and Mitchell Road in on Saturday, Feb. 26. Dead-
dict. Narconon Arrowhead ter material, wood, fencing, Visit www.FloridaS- our extensive seven-day-a- Suwannee County; and CR line to enter is Feb. 24. To
can help. Narconon offers etc. Food, old pots, pans, tateParks.org/stephenfoster/ week activity program. 136, CR 152, CR 143, CR enter send your name, ad-
free counseling, assess- etc. Almost anything you Spirit of the Suwannee Many volunteers positions 249, CR 137, CR 251, CR dress and phone number and
ments and referrals to reha- no longer need, we can put Music Park The Suwan- are now open. Calling out 146, CR 135, CR 141, CR which contest you are enter-
bilitation centers nation- to good use. Cash is also nee Valley Bluegrass Asso- bingo or pokeno, reading to 150, CR 145 and US 41, SR ing along with entry fee to
wide by calling toll-free, accepted to keep our kittens ciation holds a jam at the residents who no longer see 6, SR 25 in Hamilton Coun- NJROTC/Chili, P.O. Box
800-468-6933 or logging and puppies healthy. Our Pickin' Shed every Saturday well or sharing scriptures, ty. Recognizing the danger 834, Live Oak, FL 32064.
o n t o animals are free. Donations night at 6:30 p.m. and has a giving wheel chair rides in presented to the public by Info: Myrtle Parnell, 386-
www.stopaddiction.com. accepted, not required. covered dish pot luck every the courtyard, helping with defective vehicle equip- 364-7868.
Don't wait until it's too Free!!!!! Puppies and Dogs. first and third Saturday at 6 special events or being a ment, troopers will concen- Buy tickets now!
late. Call Narconon now! Kittens and Cats. Contact p.m. For more info, call "helper/partner" on outings trate their efforts on vehi- Suwannee County
North Central Florida Carolynn or Matt, 386-362- 386-842-5786. out of the facility. Our goal cles being operated with de- Cattlemen's Association
Sexual Assault Center, 3338. Suwannee Primary is to keep our residents' fects such as bad brakes, Heifer Raffle
Inc. provides individual Reach To Recovery School Lost.and Found.- lives fulfilled by being busy worn tires and defective Suwannee County Cattle-
and group counseling for breast cancer survivors vis- .Parentsmay check with the and happy. For more info, lighting equipment. In addi- men's Association Heifer
victims of rape and incest. iting breast cancer patients school office to see if their please call Karen or Ellie at tion, attention will be di- Raffle. Tickets $1 each.'
Any man or woman who is with information and hope. child's missing coat, Surrey Place, 386-364- rected to drivers who would
18 years old or older and is One on one visits. Free of sweater, hat, gloves, lunch 5961. violate the driver license SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 6C
a victim of rape, sexual charge. Call toll-free, 800- bags, etc. are in the items
abuse or incest is eligible to ACS-2345 to schedule a that are overflowing in the
participate. All services are visit. Sponsored by the storage area.
free and confidential. Call American Cancer Society. Suwannee Primary
Victim Advocate, Erica Nix Regional Heart Disease School Emergency
toll-free at Pager Number, and Stroke Prevention Clothes Closet The closet
800-400-7140. For other Coalition serving Suwan-
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Continued From Page 5C ees and alumni to enter po- Golf Tournament-Suwan- City. Info or registration: the Library Book House, process of creating a market
etry, fiction and pen and ink nee Country Club, Live Carolyn Long, 386-752- 430 North Main Street, guide Fresh From the Farm
Proceeds support Beef artwork by March 11. Info: Oak, Saturday, Feb. 26. 9191. Gainesville. to help the general public
Heifer Show. Drawing at Linda Brown, 850-973- Info or to enter: Richard Mrs. Vickers' class at RSVP by March 12 locate products straight
Suwannee County Fair in 9456 or Marable, 386-364-6554, SHS will hold a yard sale Donations needed for from the farm. This publica-
March. Info or tickets:Dot- brownlin@nfcc.edu, or please leave a message. March 5 Pregnancy Crisis tion will also identify vari-
tie Barfuss, 386-364-3266 John Grosskopf, 850-973- Suwannee District Mrs. Vickers' class, yard Center Live Oak yard ous agricultural custom ser-
or Joe Jordan, 386-362- 9455, grosskopf@nfcc.edu. Schools will administer sale, Saturday, March 5, in sale scheduled for May vices. In order for this pub-
4724. RSVP by March 12 Spring 2005 Assessments front of Suwanne High The Pregnancy Crisis location to be most effective,
Buy tickets now! School bus drivers FCAT Reading, Math School, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Pro- Center Live Oak staff are it should contain all local
Turkey Federation former and retired are and Science Tests ceeds benefit class activi- beginning preparations for agriculture-related products
Banquet to be invited to retirement Feb. 28 March 11 ties. Info: Candy Vickers, its annual yard sale to be and services, and this is
held Feb. 26 celebration Suwannee District 386-208-1508. held on May 13. They are where we need your help. If
The Suwannee River All former and retired Schools will administer Suwannee District now accepting donations of you have a farm product
LONGBEARDS Chapter of Suwannee County school Spring 2005 Assessments Schools will administer good, clean quality house- and/or custom service you
the National Wild Turkey bus drivers are invited to FCAT Reading, Math and Spring 2005 Assessments hold items and would like to include in this
Federation (NWTF) annual help celebrate the retire- Science Tests Feb. 28- SAT 10 March 21-23 clothing. Items may be directory, we need your in-
Hunting Heritage Fund- ment of Hugh Mills and Di- March 11. FCAT is for Suwannee District dropped off at the-Center's formation. We have a form
raiser Banquet, Feb. 26, ana Evans. Celebratiion at 6 grades 3-10 (Grade 11- Schools will administer location at 112 Piedmont available to list this your
Columbia County Fair- p.m., Saturday, March 19, Adult RETAKES). Each Spring 2005 Assessments St., or for more information products and or services.
grounds, Lake City. Doors Sheryl's Buffet, 515 SW school has more detailed SAT 10- March 21-23. SAT call 386-330-2229. The This form is available at our
open at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 Fifth Street, Live Oak. 'testing information avail- 10 is for Grade K-2. Each Pregnancy Crisis Center is office or you may call and
p.m. Info or tickets: Todd Tickets: $12.50 per person. able. Daily student atten- school has more detailed a non-profit organization we will put one in the mail
Kennon, 386-755-1334 or RSVP by March 12 or for dance is critical during .testing information avail- operating 100 percent on to you. Please fill out the re-
Tom Kennon, 386-362- info: Marianne Wood, 386- these assessment periods, able. Daily student atten- private donations, serving quested information and
6353. 364-3575; Pete Sneed, 386- Helping Hands Volunteer dance is critical during the needs of over 1,000 send back to us, listing your
Submit by March 11 362-2122; Joan Fewox, Orientation March 2 these assessment periods, women and babies in crisis farm name, location (911
Attention NFCC 386-776-2555; Pat Bryant, Helping Hands Volunteer April 9 situations alone last year. address), and contact infor-
students, alumni 386-776-2231; or Karen Orientation, 10-11 a.m., Friends of the Library, Apply now to be listed! mation including your busi-
North Florida Community Willis 386-935-1317. Wednesday, March 2, (first Gainesville book sale Fresh From the Farm a ness phone number. When
College's (NFCC) literary Suwannee FFA Alumni Wednesday of every opens April 9 market guide for listing products and/or ser-
and arts magazine, the Golf Tournament month), Hospice of the 'Friends of the Library, Suwannee County vices, please include the ap-
"Sentinel Review," invites set for Feb. 26 Suwannee Valley, 618 SW Gainesville; Spring Book The Suwannee County proximate dates available
all NFCC students, employ- Suwannee FFA Alumni FL Gateway Drive, Lake Sale; April 9-13; Friends of Extension Service is in the on your farm in order to ad-
vise the public when they
can expect to find these
products. This guide is in-
tended for all agriculture
obby C bett products including live-
stock, produce, small ani-
mals, services and anything
else that would fit in the
Agriculture category. If you
Mohave any questions, please
contact the Suwannee Coun-
Sty Extension Service at 386-
www.BobbyCorbetts.com www.BobbyCorbetts.com 362-2771. Our office is lo-
cated at 1302 Eleventh
Street SW, Live Oak.
Now April 1
21 8 s R S f Ca ero 2 Bh Ten Star All Star
Basketball Camp
Ten Star All Star Summer
Basketball Camp; appllica-
Stions taken thru April 1; nvi-
tation only. Boys/girls ages
-- 10-19; College basketball

son Park and Atlanta, Ga.
T 6Info/brochire: '704-373-
0873.
U!.' The 5th Army
Association tour of
"- -......"---'---- -.......Italy, departing
New York on June 15
The 5th Army Associa-
tion World War II, Italy, will
conduct a 10 day final tour
S' .. L of Italy, departing New York
S on June 15 visiting Rome,
Venice, Florence, Pisa, Sor,
rento and a special stop at
the American Military
Cemetery near Anzio. For-
mer members of the many
A' combat divisions and sup-
port groups, their families,.
friends and those interested
in the history of the U.S. 5th
SArmy can contact Sny Can-
ton at 5277B Lakefront
Side by Side Refrigerator Raised Panel Doors Blvd., Delray Beach, FL
Smooth Top Range/Self Clean Dishwasher 33484 or call 561-865-8495.
Suwannee High School
Fireplace Upgrade Carpeting ... Class of 1975 plans
S""S 30-year class reunion
.Suwannee High School
*l:-Y Class of 1975 plans 30-year
"class reunion. For more info
contact Jane Gamble Lew,
386-776-1459 or Wayne
Mitchell, 386-330-2554.
5'x8' UpTO 6'X16 5'x8' UpTO 6'X16' STORAGE BUILDINGS ALL HORTON HAULER Calling all classmates of
UTILITY TRAILERS .. CARGO TRAILERS SIZES IN STOCK TON HAULER Calling all classmates of
." SHS Class of 1986
Financing Available on Complete Housing Packages Incliding: Hello! To the graduating
Site Clearing, Well, Septic & Power Pole class of 1986, our 20 year
reunion is fast approaching.
r It will be great to see every-
one. Preparation for the re-
union is in progress. Class
SMetal Roofing Plumbing Electrical members please contact An-
Metal Roofing Plumbing Electrical gela Hunter Mandrell at her
Doors Windows Awnings Steps e-mail address:net. Man-
RV Supplies Skirting Vinyl Siding class members may also
contact Catrena Francis at:
-- Wide Width Carpet & Vinyl Flooring VanessaFrancis@msn.com
as soon as possible.

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(THE ONLY DEALS WE CAN'T BEAT ARE THE ONES WE DON'T SEE/!! UveOa Sehndilo tizes
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It'sWorth the Drive C,," Mobile, Ala., March 8-11;
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Caribbean, May 15-22; and
to Live Oak for the 90E 90W a San Antonio Experience,
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Calendar
Continued From Page 6C Golf Tournament-Suwan- March 2 Church; yard sale; benefits Info/reservations: Mau- toll-free 866-584-5366.
nee Country Club, Live Nation hits the scales for Comprehensive Community reen/Vern Lloyd, 386-752- April 9-13
each trip. The group meets Oak, Saturday, Feb. 26. the Third Annual Services (CCS), 8 a.m.-2 4885, Ed Pettie. 386-752- Friends of the Library,
the first Monday, 10:30 Four person team scramble, American Cancer p.m., Friday-Saturday, 8520. Gainesville book sale
a.m., Extension Building II, 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. tee times. Society's Great March 4-5, at CCS, 511 March 21-23 opens April 9
Agriculture Center. Visitors Lunch/door prize drawings American Weigh In Gold Kist Boulevard, Live Suwannee District Schools Friends of the Library,
welcome. For more info, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Entry fee The American Cancer So- Oak. Donations: take to will administer Spring Gainesville; Spring Book
contact Lula Herring at $200 per team, includes city's Great American CCS, Thursday, March 3. 2005 Assessments SAT Sale; April 9-13; Friends of
386-364-1510. NOTE: golf, cart, lunch and prizes. Weigh In offers free, no Info: CCS, 386-362-7143. 10 the Library Book House,
March meeting canceled, For info and entry contact obligation weigh ins and March 5 Suwannee District 430 North Main Street,
next meeting April 4. Richard Marable at 386- BMI checks a calculation Bond-Hurst family Schools will administer Gainesville.
Feb. 23 364-6554, please leave a that uses both height and reunion Spring 2005 Assessments -
NFCC hosts Black His- message. weight to determine if you're The Bond-Hurst family SAT 10 March 21-23. SAT
tory Month lecture by Feb. 26 at a healthy weight. Join us reunion; Saturday, March 5, 10 is for Grade K-2. Each Eat to Your
Carl Raye and Dr. Tame- 2005 Lafayette at local, participating Weight fellowship hall, Wellborn school has more detailed
ka Hobbs Baseball Golf Watchers locations from 8 Baptist Church, US 90, testing information avail-
North Florida Community Tournament a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Wellborn. able. Daily student atten-
College will host a Black The 2005 Lafayette March 2, to learn about BMI, March 5 dance is critical during these
History Month lecture by Baseball Golf Tournament learn tips to eat better, be Mrs. Vickers' class at assessment periods.
"A Killing in Choctaw: The will be held at 9 a.m. on more active, and to lose SHS will hold a yard sale April 1-2 C OnfUW
Power of Forgiveness" by Saturday, Feb. 26, at the weight in a healthy way and Mrs. Vickers' class, yard Third Annual Florida
Carl Raye and Dr. Tameka Suwannee Country Club, join the fight against cancer. sale, Saturday, March 5, in State Bluegrass Festival A lifetime of good
Hobbs, at 10 a.m. on Live Oak. (Note: Original To learn more about weight front of Suwanne High The Perry-Taylor County eating is a family master
Wednesday, Feb. 23, at the scheduled for Feb. 12) Four management or to find the School, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Pro- Chamber of .
Van H. Priest Auditorium man scramble with prizes nearest Weight Watchers ceeds benefit class activi- Commerce/Tourism Devel-
on the Madison campus. to the top three teams, center, call toll-free 800- ties. Info: Candy Vickers, opment Council, Third An- ,
Free to public. For info, call Cost: $50 per player or 651-6000 or log on to 386-208-1508. nual Florida State Bluegrass
850-973-1635 or e-mail $200 per team. Come and WeightWatchers.com. March 19 Festival, Forest Capital
olivera@nfcc.edu. support Hornet Baseball. March 4-5 Third Annual New York State Park, Perry; Friday-
Feb. 23 For more info, contact Yard sale to benefit Day in Lake City Saturday April 1-2; Friday '
The Lady of the Lake Derek Garland, 386-294- Comprehensive Third Annual New York 4-11 p.m., Saturday noon-11
Quilting Guild will meet 3025 or Joann Page, 386- Community Services Day, 12:30-4 p.m., Saturday, p.m.; and Third Annual Ro- s.
The Lady of the Lake 294-2834. Mission Action Ladies, March 19, Tucker's Fine tary Club Chili Cook-off. -Page 6D
Quilting Guild will hold its Feb. 28 Philadelphia Baptist Dining, Lake City. Info/vendors: Dawn Taylor,
monthly, meeting on NFCC will conduct
Wednesday, Feb. 23, at 10 TABE (Test of Adult
a.m. at the Southside Recre- Basic Education)
ation Center, 901 Saint North Florida Communi- Ma ehealthyeating pregnant yPriority
Margaret Road, Lake City. ty College will conduct
The program will feature an TABE (Test of Adult Basic Once you find out you are come them: ing cravings is to try to sub- Choose at least three veg-
"Ugly Quilt Contest." So Education) on Monday, pregnant, there are many Morning sickness: Many stitute healthier versions, tables and two fruits every
look through your closets or Feb. 28, at 6 p.m.,, in the changes that you must make women experience morning Indulge in a low-fat frozen day, including a juice or
under the bed and bring the NFCC Technical Center on to your lifestyle. It is impor- sickness during their preg- yogurt instead of an ultra- fruit rich in vitamin C, such
quilt that was constructed the Madison tant to make the care of nancy. Better termed "all- premium ice cream. Or just as an orange.
using the wrong colors, campus. TABE is required your growing baby a priori- day sickness," this feeling eat the food you crave in Protein foods, such as
wrong pattern or inappro- for acceptance into voca- ty -- this small person is re- of queasiness or vomiting moderation. meat, fish and dried beans,
private fabric. Or whatever... t i o n a 1 / t e c h n i c a 1 lying on you as his lifeline, can occur any time of the Anything goes attitude: are crucial for your baby's
The contest will be lots of programs. Photo ID re- This includes stopping the day or night, and usually Many moms-to-be adopt a growth. Choose 3 to 4 serv-
fun and we can laugh at quired. Pre-registration is consumption of harmful persists through the first philosophy that they can eat ings per day. One serving
ourselves! The Guild is an required. To register please substances, such as alcohol, trimester of your pregnancy, as much of whatever they .equals 2 to 3 ounces of lean
organization for anyone in- call 850-973-9451. cigarettes and drugs (pre- Morning sickness can defi- want when pregnant; hey, meat, poultry or fish, or one
terested in quilts and the art Feb. 28 March 11 scription, over-the-counter. nitely put a stop to your they're going to gain weight egg. If you are a vegetarian
of quilting. The public is Suwannee District or illegal) during the dura- best-laid plans of a well- anyway. However, this atti- and don't eat any animal
welcome. For more details, Schools will administer tion of your pregnancy rounded diet. Even if you tude can be dangerous to products, be sure to eat tofu
contact President, Sandy Spring 2005 Assessments term. It also means nourish- are able to eat and enjoy you and your fetus. Preg- and other soy products,
Lindfors, 386-362-6850, or FCAT Reading, Math ing your baby with healthy foods, they just may not nancy does not give you the dried beans and nuts, as
riverfolk@alltel.net. and Science Tests foods, full of the vitamins stay down very long! "free pass" to overeat. Gain- well as a variety of grains
Feb. 24 Suwannee District and nutrients he needs to Food aversions: Maybe ing excessive weight can daily.
Mark Newton Band will Schools will administer develop properly. you loved a meal of chicken tax your heart, increase your Milk and milk products
perform at the Spirit of Spring 2005 Assessments Healthy eating may seem parmigiana before you were chances of getting diabetes help build your baby's
Suwannee Music Park in FCAT Reading, Math and like a no-brainer to many pregnant, but now the and put a strain on your fe- bones and teeth. Choose 3.
the Music Hall. Doors open 'Scieince Tests Feb. 28- moms-to-be, buit 'Sometimes thought of the Italian de- tus as well as make it much to 4 servings a day of low-
at 6 p.m. with two 45 March 11. FCAT is for it isn't as easy as it seems. light has you running for the more difficult to give birth fat milk, yogurt or cheese,
minute performances start- grades 3-10 (Grade 11- When contending with rag- bathroom. Pregnancy hor- in a natural and healthy or calcium-fortified soy
ing at 7:30 p.m. Adult RETAKES). Each ing hormones, a waning ap- mones do strange things to a way. Plus, it will be that milk and other soy-based
Feb. 24-26 school has more detailed petite or crazy cravings, woman, including affecting much more difficult to shed products if you are a vege-
Fourth Annual Suwannee testing information avail- making, sure you are eating her appetite and her choices those extra pounds post-de- tarian or are lactose intoler-
Valley Bluegrass Festival, able. Daily student atten- enough of the right foods in foods. The foods you livery. Although you're "eat- ant.
Bell/Trenton dance is critical during may not be high on your list once loved may no longer ing for two," that extra per- Sparingly eat sweets
The Fourth Annual these assessment periods, of priorities. But it should seem appealing and vice son is small and only re- and fats as they can accen-
Suwannee Valley Bluegrass March 1. 8. 15 and 22 be. versa. If certain healthy quires about an additional tuate your growing waist-
Festival will be held at the Hospice of the Suwannee DIET ROADBLOCKS foods repulse you, look for 300 calories per day. Do the line even further. Plus, limit
Gilchrist County FFA Valley Grief Support Sure, you know you're other tolerable options, math -- that does not equal your salt intake, which can
Alumni Arena on US 129, Group will meet March supposed eat your vegeta- Food cravings: You've an entire cheesecake! cause water retention and
North of Trenton and South One of the most helpful bles and adhere to a healthy heard of women eating SO WHAT SHOULD swelling in the body.
of Bell, Feb. 24-26. Begins ways of coping with the diet, but you can barely get .pickles and ice cream while I EAT? Also, be sure to check
at 5 p.m. on Thursday with death of a loved one is to down dry crackers and wa- pregnant, right? No matter Following the normal di- with your doctor about the
a gospel night and at 11 share with others who are ter, right? Don't worry, even how strange this food com- etary guidelines you are ac- foods that should be avoid-
a.m. on Friday and Saturday experiencing a similar loss. though your baby is grow- bination may seem, crav- customer to will help you ed at all costs. Many will
with appearances by Joe In this four-week support ing quickly and requires a ings are quite common dur- keep on track. Grain prod- advise steering clear of
Isaacs, The Tennessee Gen- group, members have an variety of nourishment dur- ing pregnancy, but may not ucts, vegetables, fruits, pro- processed meats, like cold
tlemen; The Wildwood Val- opportunity to express their ing your pregnancy, some- always be this extreme. You tein foods, and milk and cuts or hot dogs, which can
ley Boys, Larry Fuller and -feelings and thoughts as times its impossible to fol- may feel a certain affinity to milk products will give you contain bacteria and preser-
Jolena Foster and The well as gain an understand- low a strict pregnancy diet. a food and you need to eat it the nutrients you and your vatives that can make you
County Grass Band, plus ing of grief and how it im- Many factors affect what over and over. Some experts baby need. ill. Many seafood products
six more. For more info, pacts their lives. Sharing is and how you eat in the believe a woman craves the Grain products provide are off limits because they
call toll-free 800-576-2398 voluntary and confidential. ,weeks to come. Rest as- foods her body needs most, carbohydrates, your body's may contain mercury or
or www.suwanneefest.com. Please Note: You must reg- sured that with the help of like citrus fruits, which are main source of energy. bacteria as well. Some nat-
Feb. 24 ister to enroll in the group. prenatal. vitamins and the good sources of vitamins Choose 6 to 11 servings of ural foods and herbs are
American Red Cross The group will meet from fact that often these symp- and antioxidants. Others be- whole-grain or fortified also on the no-can-do list.
will hold an Infant/Child 6-7:30 p.m. on March 1, 8, toms come and go quickly, lieve that cravings lack ex- products such as whole- Your health-care provider
CPR/First Aid class in 15 and 22 at Hospice of the it is possible to take in planation, except to be once wheat bread, cereals, brown can tell you more.
Lake City Suwannee Valley, 618 SW enough healthy foods to again attributed to raging rice or pasta. With a little knowledge,
The American Red Cross FL Gateway Dr., Lake City. feed your growing wonder. hormones. Many cravings Fruits and vegetables patience and appetite, you
of Suwannee Valley will To register or for more The following are some are similar, including dairy provide important vitamins can feel secure that you are
hold an Infant/Child info, contact Teresa James healthy diet obstacles you products, carbohydrates and and minerals, as well as adequately feeding the new
CPR/First Aid class from 6- at Hospice of the Suwannee may face and how to over- fruits. The key to conquer- fiber to aid digestion. life growing inside of you.
9 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 24, Valley at 386-752-9191 or
at their office at 264 NE toll free 800-759-6357.
Herando Ave., Suite an102, HelMarch2nds Safely store potential poisons in your home

register, call 386-752-0650. Volunteer Orientation According to the American vitamins Parents should remain as formation.
Feb. 24 Make a difference in Association of Poison Con- alcoholic beverages cautious as possible to avoid Make sure household
NFCC will conduct someone's life! After at- trol Centers, a child in the shampoos and condition- accidents in areas where poi- cleaners or medications have
College Placement tending orientation and United States is accidentally ers sons are commonly found a child-resistant cap.
Tests (CPT) completing the screening poisoned every 30 seconds, deodorants such as the kitchen, bath- Don't leave hazardous
North Florida Community process, you will be eligi- and about 60 percent of all cosmetics, nail polish and room, laundry room and products or medicines out in
College will conduct Col- ble for volunteering in the poisonings occur in children nail polish remover garage. the open after they are used -
lege Placement Tests (CPT) Hospice Attic thrift store, under the age of six. Most mouthwash and tooth- To help prevent common return them immediately to
on computer at 8:30 a.m. administrative offices as poisonings happen as a result paste household poisonings, Bren- their safe storage spot.
and 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, well as helping at special of children's curiosity with baby oi da Schroeder, a safety man- Read the product labels
Feb. 124, in the NFCC events, educational fairs, their parents' medications, or household cleaners agement specialist at the Uni- on all cleaning products so
Technical Center, Building community events and fund when they come in contact liquid and powder deter- versity of Michigan Health you know how to safely use
No. 13, on the Madison raising. You must register with common household gents, bleaches and spot re- System, offers some advice them.
campus. Persons taking the for orientation. Orientation products. movers on keeping kids safe. Have the telephone num-
tests will be required to reg- will be held from 10-11 "Poisons" are really just vinegar and ammonia Lock up poisonous prod- ber of the Poison Control
ister in NFCC Student Ser- a.m.. on Wednesday, March household products or med- liquid drain openers ucts in a cabinet or store them Center posted near phones in
vices 24 hours before test- 2, (first Wednesday of ications that seem harmless car-care products (de- up high and out of reach of case of an emergency: 800-
ing. For more info, please every month) at Hospice of but turn deadly when used in greasers, car wax, motor oil children. 222-1222.
call 850-973-9451. the Suwannee Valley, 618 the wrong way. Some of these and antifreeze Store products in their For more information on
Feb. 26 SW FL Gateway Drive, potentially dangerous prod- lighter fluid original container or make poisons, visit www.aapcc.org,
Suwannee FFA Alumni Lake City. To register or ucts include: caulking materials sure they are labeled proper- the American Association of
Golf Tournament for more info contact Car- prescription and over-the- turpentine and paint thin- ly. Original labels on the con- Poison Control Centers' Web
Suwannee. FFA Alumni olyn Long, 386-752-9191. counter medications ner trainer often give first-aid in- site.






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Safety with style in the bath


Creating a stylish bath with universal design is easy Thanks to a few, simple tips
home plan -- making it easier So, where should you start any individual who prefers, or make it extremely difficult.
than ever before to begin mak- when creating a universally finds it necessary, to sit while Fortunately, Creative Special-
ing your home a more com- designed bath? The main con- showering. Look for a product ties International recently in-
fortable place to live. cer should be the bathtub or with non-slip rubber feet, as produced a Pivoting Paper
Where Should I Start? shower, as this is the location this feature will not only pro- Holder (available in five dif-
While universal design ele- that causes the most slips and vide additional stability, but ferent style options) which is
ments can be implemented in falls. The following are a few also protect the tub from nicks spring-free and features a
all areas of the home, the room recommendations to incorpo- and scratches. Most shower unique easy-load format so the
that should receive first priori- rate universal design in this chair legs are adjustable and paper roll can be easily
ty is the bath. Slippery floors, area: should fit most bathtubs. changed out with one hand.
bursts of scalding water and Shower Hand-Held Shower Elevated Toilet Seat
cramped quarters in a shower Because the risk of scalding A hand-held shower, such as For those who have trouble
,v or tub can be obstacles for any- increases for the disabled or el- Moen's Revolution, is the per- bending or sitting, an elevated
Sone -- and for a person with a derly, equip your home with a fect accessory to. a shower toilet seat is an excellent addi-
disability, these hazards are pressure-balanced shower sys- chair because the product al- tion to the bath. Typically, an
magnified. In fact, for many, tem. Its valve maintains an lows you to manipulate the elevated toilet seat hooks onto
the bathroom itself can be an even water temperature so force, flow and direction of the the bowl so it rests naturally on
obstacle to independent living, shower users will not feel a hot water without having to reach the toilet rim and raises the
"Aaaaah ..." That's the person's age or limitations -- "Installing just a few ADA- or cold surge in water (cor- the top of the shower. Be sure seat higher than the standard
sound we typically hear when creating an environment that is compliant products in the bath only referred to as "shower the handheld shower you 14-15 inches off the floor.
most people enter the bath tub. safer, more functional and can make the difference be- shock"). Even when running a choose has a large dial formed When purchasing an elevated
Unfortunately, however, for comfortable, tween an individual taking dishwasher or flushing a toilet, from a non-slip material to toilet seat, look for products
many Americans the utterance "The goal of universal de- care of themselves in their own the valve ensures that the wa- make it easy to hold and use in that offer a locking mechanism
is more like, "Ugh!" or sign is to help people retain home or having to rely on oth- ter remains within two degrees a wet environment. A note of for added stability -- as well as
"Ouch!" That's because ac- their independent lifestyles," ers," adds Grant. to keep the shower tempera- caution regarding hand-held those that can be easily re-
cording to the American Hous- says Brian Grant, senior prod- While a minimal effort can ture consistent, comfortable showers: many of today's moved for cleaning or when
ing Survey, only about half of uct manager at Creative Spe- result in maximum results, and safe. hand-held showers, while con- company is visiting.
elderly disabled households cialties International, a divi- many homeowners are reluc- ADA-Compliant Grab Bars venient for seniors and others, .Faucets
have the home modifications sion of Moen Incorporated, tant to install universally de- Grab bars give you some- come attached to slide bars to A universally-designed
they need. and a leading designer and signed products for fear of thing to grab onto when enter- adjust their height. However, bathroom should feature a
manufacturer of the new their "clinical" look with bulky ing and exiting the tub. In ad- these are not to be confused faucet with lever handles. This
But it's not just the aging Home Care line of bath safety and obtrusive designs. Howev7 edition, they provide added sta- with grab bars, as they do not attribute makes them easy to
that require a safe bath -- bath- items. "It's finding products er, that is no longer the case. ability while you are in the provide safe support, activate, especially for those
rooms can present numerous that meet the perfect balance Today's ADA-compliant prod- shower. Once institutional in Transfer Bench with a prosthetic device or per-
challenges, regardless of age. of safety and function, but ucts feature designs with stur- appearance, they now come in Ideal for individuals who sons who may suffer from
From the expecting mother with an appealing design. The dy construction and an appeal- a variety of stylish designs to have trouble stepping up and arthritis. And today's lever
whose center of balance may best universal designs are ing design. fit any bath decor, and some over the side of a bathtub, a handle faucets are far from
be a bit off-kilter ... to the those that blend seamlessly Creative Specialties Intema- even match faucet designs to transfer bench is a perfect op- dull looking -- many different
"weekend warrior" who pulled into the home and become an tional placed a high priority on create a coordinated suite look tion for those afflicted by finishes and styles will help
a hamstring playing football integral part of the room and style and function with its new for the bath. Consumers can arthritis, a sports injury or re- create elegance in the bath
with his old college buddies ... its d6cor." Home Care line of ADA-com- typically choose from a variety cent surgery -- as well as any- with dramatic designs while
to the six-year-old who is now To achieve a stylish ap- pliant products for the bath. of sizes, from 12 to 42 inches one who cannot easily squat, still being universal in design.
---show6ring on her own and proach with universal design, These products combine'safe, in length, bend or lift and needs added Adding a Telephone
needs extra support in the bath some manufacturers, such as solid construction with an at- Dual Tub Grip security when entering the tub. A final tip when incorporat-
... everyone can benefit from Creative Specialties Interna- tractive, stylish design. For those who have difficul- A transfer bench features two ing universal design in your
universal design products. In tional, are working tirelessly to According to Grant, "We ty stepping over the side of the legs that rest inside the bath bath is to install a telephone
fact, at one time or another in create products with safety spent hundreds of hours in bathtub, there's now an ideal and two legs that rest on the with a cord that is easily reach-
our lives, almost all of us will features that fit into the overall people's homes to allow them solution. The new Home Care bathroom floor, so a person able from the floor. If an acci-
experience a temporary or per- style of the room. New offer- to demonstrate their typical Dual Tub Grip from Creative can sit down outside the tub dent occurs, rescue help is
manent disability, ings include items which are bathing routine -- from step- Specialties International fea- and then move inside the tub only a phone call away.
What Is Universal Design? both functional and aestheti- ping into the shower, to how tures a sturdy, no-wobble de- by sliding across the bench. Final Words of Advice
So, what exactly is universal cally pleasing. they steady themselves, to sign and two different heights The product allows for a safe, While the thought of incor-
design? And how do we go And the best news? You where they grab their soap or for grasping -- lending a won- fluid motion into the shower. porating universal design into
about implementing it into our don't need to build a new shampoo from, to even how derful helping hand to step- Beyond the Bath your entire home may seem
homes? According to the ex- home to incorporate universal they pick up the towel when ping in and out of the tub. De- While the bathtub and show- overwhelming, it's simple to
perts, the definition of univer- design features and products. exiting. The infornati'" we signed With textured grab areas er area should receive top-pri- start with one room and work
sal design is a home that is Many new products can be in- gained was priceless when we shaped flat for better gripping, ority, the rest of the bathroom from there. By following these
user-friendly, regardless of a corporate into an existing designed the new line of prod- the Dual Tub Grip slides easily should not be ignored when recommendations, you will
ucts." onto the tub wall and secures implementing universal design make your first step in achiev-
into place by a unique system elements. Remember that the ing a safe, comfortable envi-
that clamps into place with a goal is to create ease of use in ronment -- all while keeping a
locking lever (requiring no. the bathroom. Following are a sense of style.
turning or twisting motion to few suggestions for outside the For more information on
install). This design allows the tub area: Creative Specialties Interna-
Grip to fit on various widths of Paper Holder tional's Home Care line of
tubs and the non-skid pads Changing the toilet paper bath safety products, write
protect the tub walls from roll is an act that most people 25300 Al Moen Drive, North
scratches. take for granted. However, for Olmsted, Ohio 44070-8022,
Adjustable Tub and individuals afflicted with call toll free (800) 882-0116,
SShower Chair arthritis, the required dexterity or visit their Web site at
A shower chair is perfect for needed to handle this task can www.moen.com.






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If walls could talk, what would yours be saying to you?

Learning to choose colors in the bathroom that make a statement
Listen closely ... do you hear said de Sibour. "Blue is associat- Once you've decided on the ly express
what your walls are saying? ed with the sky and sea, so it colors that you want to add to themselves. We
They might not actually talk, but evokes thoughts of the environ- your bath, consumers must consider them
the colors you choose for your ment. Psychologically, it has a know how to add these most ef- jewelry for the
bathroom do say something calming effect. Because of these fectively. bath and anoth-
about the space and how it attributes, it will continue to be What mood do you want to er area to apply
"feels." Are they lively and stim- the most universally popular set? All neutrals in a room pro- color."
ulating, quietly neutral or calm- color, though you will start see- vide for a calm, quiet environ- Walls
ing and relaxing? The colors you ing many mixtures of blue and ment, while related colors make Paint is the
choose play a large part in the green becoming popular." In ad- for a relaxing effect. On the op- perfect place to
overall statement your room edition, blue is a color to use if posite end of the spectrum, start experi-
conveys, your goal is to make a bath ap- strong contrasting colors create meeting with
In addition, color can have a pear larger, a lively, stimulating mood. color. It's easy
functional role in the bath, mak- According to information When decorating, use a mini- to apply, inex- ..
ing a small room look larger, a compiled on the Better Homes mum of three and a maximum pensive and can t
low ceiling look higher, bringing & Gardens web site at bhg.com, of six colors. According to the easily be re-
cohesiveness with an adjoining peach is also a great color for the web site, homefurish.com, it is painted if the
room such as the master bed- bath because it provides good best to choose a light color, a color is not
room or quickly adding a touch reflection for the skin -- which is medium color and an accent. what you envi-
of class to the showpiece pow- important in a room where ap- The accent color should be the signed. Bath-
der room. With a minimal in- plying makeup and shaving are darkest or brightest of the colors room remodel-
vestment and a few quick color everyday occurrences. Peach chosen and should be used in at ers shouldn't let'
changes, a bath with a case of and other warm colors such as least three places within the the fear factor -
the "blahs" can become your fa- yellows, creams and apricots room. Two to three colors when stop them from
vorite retreat. And, with color also provide comfort. These col- blended in a room properly can using a color
doing so much to affect the feel ors invite a person into the room really bring out a dramatic look, they really like.
of a room, the key is learning to with warmth and coziness. The but adding too many colors can Start by paint-
use color correctly. only caution: the cozy feelings be overwhelming and change ing a small strip
"Because there are so many these colors create can make a the otherwise positive use of of a wall and a
home magazines and decorating small room look even smaller, color. piece of trim.
guidebooks on the market today, When using warm colors, be But where do you place these Live with those
people are more comfortable sure to intersperse whites and colors in the room? Here are colors in your
with using color," said Jay de Si- neutrals to tone down some of some suggestions: bath for a few
bour, president of the Color their intensity. Floors days to see if
Marketing Group and a sales For a quiet, restful space, the To "ground" the room, you you really like
and marketing executive at Ma- experts at bhg.com suggest will want to choose a flooring them in the dif-
terial ConneXion in New York. green as a soothing background color that is a bit darker than ferent lights be-
"Television and computers have color. Also found in the "cool" walls and ceiling. fore painting
further empowered consumers family of colors, today's greens Cabinets and Vanity the entire room.
to make color decisions. In addi- are available in neutral tones that Just like cool colors can make plus neutrals are usually easier to decide whether or not they
tion, traveling has exposed con- are understated and can be 'used a small room appear larger, Other Places to to live with," said de Sibour. work together.
summers to other influences and as a colorful alternative to more white cabinets can have this Add Color Final Tips By following these tips and
provided a wider color palette. traditional neutrals. same effect. Dark cabinets Use the secondary (or medi- Make sure as you shop for color suggestions, you should
Hence we are seeing a broader "Neutrals today are no longer should only be used in bath- um) color chosen for your different elements of the room be able to use color to make a
and more confident use of col- the off-whites and beiges of just rooms that have plenty of light. palette for areas such as sink you bring fabric samples and style statement in your bath. So
or." a few years ago. Today con- Countertops skirts, window treatments, and color swatches home. A color if your walls can talk ... they
Great Bathroom Colors summers are flocking to tinted Avoid using dark colored shower curtains. Then, choose under the fluorescent lighting in will convey the message that
What colors in particular are neutrals that have casts of rose, countertops in the bath since the darkest and most dramatic a store may look very different you want!
well suited to the bathroom? blue or green," explained de Si- they tend to show marks. Lighter color for towels, rugs and small in your home's incandescents. For more information about
There is a wealth of information bour. "It is not an elimination of countertops including neutral accessories to spice up the Although it requires some remodeling projects or Moen
dealing with color from the Col- neutrals, but using toned neu- colors usually work best. room. "A good rule of thumb is work, one tip that may help you products, contact Moen Incor-
or Marketing 'Group, a nonprofit trals." Faucets to decorate large surfaces with in the design process is to create porated\at 25300 Al Moen Dri-
Virginia-based association that The Color Marketing Group Once only available in chrome softer,, neutral colors and use ,a swatch board of all the fabrics ve, North Olmsted, Ohio
identifies and forecasts color predicts that natural colors such and polished brass, today's brighter, stronger colors for ac- for the room and coordinate it 44070-8022, call toll free (800)
trends, and from many Internmet as yellows, greens and browns faucets are offering homeowners cents. You can also more easily with your paint colors. This will BUY MOEN (800) 289-6636 or
sites dealing with home decorat-- .wildominate home d~corin up- a dramatic.break from the ordi- chang the look of the room by help you to see all the colors in visit its web site at
ing. coming months. "We see a trend nary and a definite way to add a just changing the accent colors, the room at a glance and 'be able www.moen.com.
Because of its calming effect toward nature with less bright, colorful statement in the bath.
and ties to water, blue is a top more sophisticated colors com- Moen's new Asceri Accents line
color to consider for the bath- ing into play as well as an over- is composed of 10 designs in-
room. Blue emphasizes the bath all softening of the palette," not- fused with color, including blues,
as the room of relaxation and re- ed de Sibour. "Also, people are greens, purples, a black and
treat. And blue comes in so looking for ways to make color white combination as well as
many shades, consumers can more interesting by incorporat- neutrals. In addition to color, C.CS
create a whole different look de- ing pearlescences, metallics, and these faucets offer interesting de-
pending on whether they choose translucences that add a sense of signs such as an animal print (Sa-
a pastel or a more dramatic hue. space and dimension." fari), florals (Hawaii and Water-
According to the Color Mar- The group also forecasts the color), the popular look of blue
keting Group, blue is also the return of violet and mauve, the glass (Chinois), a colorful mosa-
dominant color for 2003, includ- latter taking on a dusty rose ap- ic (Terrazzo), plus many others.
ing new tones such as "cinder pearance. Other colors that we "These Accents were inspired
blue" (a gray or silver-type will be seeing in the home in by a variety of style trends, nat-
blue), "blue aired" (a retro '60s coming months include berry ural materials and international:
turquoise blue), "deep arctic" tones like raspberry, pink-reds influences," said Linda Mayer,
(dusty nayy) and "ocean cruise" and "currant" (a brown violet). Moen senior vice president mar-
(a tropical pastel blue). Accent colors include peach, or- keting and product development.
"Colors produce both physi- ange and lemon-golds. "These unique and very different
cal and emotional responses," How to Add Color patterns allow consumers to tru-


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addition, on 1 acre. 7852 137th
ANNOUNCEMENTS FINANCIAL SERVICES Place, Live Oak, FL. 386-867-0048.

Card of Thanks Real Estate
THANK YOU! FROM ALL THE First Day
FREEDOM HOMES FAMILY.
Land for Sale-6.8 Acres. Live
Oak/Dowling Park. Beautifully PERSONAL SERVICES i:
wooded. Just off paved CR 250. Health Care
Owner financing, no downpayment. ......
$560./mo. Total price $54,500. 352- DIABETIC? MEDICARE?
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Mayo Live Oak
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Toll Free: (800) 605-1576 Toll Free: (800) 822-1576
Corner of US 27 and Monroe St. South Oaks Square Shopping Center of the Week, call Lighthouse Realty at 386-294-2 1 3
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We'll find the right home for you.
4 ACRES LAFAYpETTE COUNTY BRING THE HORSES


u \NICE BRICK HOME on 10 acres. This large 4
NEWLY CONSTRUCTED... 3/2 home. Kitchen bedroom 3 bath home has a large kitchen, spacious
offers custom oak cabinets, wood trimmed counter bedrooms, and all floors are tiled. Has a large family
tops, and breakfast bar. Covered front porch, back room and a 3 car garage. $215,000. MLS#44131
RARE!! Square 4 acres, fenced for your Nice 10 ac. tract in pasture surrounded deck, I car garage, and located on 3 city lots.
animals and a barn to house them. This with other large tracts. Two barns, one $145,000. MLS#44105
home has 4 bedrooms and 1 bath. Many Nice wooded lot for your home, convenient with stalls and the other for feed and
fruit trees and flowering shrubs. MLS# to shopping, schools and conveniences. shavings storage. MLS# 42660 Priced to
41815 $49,900 MLS# 42329 $5,995 sell $164,900
POULTRY FARM DIXIE COUNTY SUWANNEE COUNTY NEWLY CONSTRUCTED IN 2003... Lovely 3
bedroom, 2 bath home with hardy board exterior,
open floor plan, large breakfast bar, screened porch,
fireplace, and 20x30 enclosed shop. Located just West
of Live Oak on 3+ acres. $172,900. MLS#42926
Call Kellie Shirah
BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC HOME... In downtown Cal Ke S
This farm is the perfect size for a family to Live Oak. This 3/2 home was built in 1916 and Poole Realty, Inc.
run. Plenty of room to diversify. Farm Beautiful 5 acre home site. Plenty of trees, Looking for a home site, here it is. This lot although it as since been updated remolded it still
offers 2 DWMH's. There are (2) 37X500 Great location close to Suwannee River will make a nice home site for your site carries the charm of its era. Home is located on large ( ) 39 or (-
and (1) 40X600 Poultry houses. and less than 60 miles to the Gulf. built or mobile home. Lot has a nice mix corner lot. $150 000. MLS#43246 kesOs. c- 39095JRS-F
MLS#42880 $575,000 MLS#43668 $35,000 of trees. MLS# 44189 $5000 139194J VRSF. 1
NE Suwannee Valley
-I Humane Society
ho"use' fo ,r The Suwannee -Valley Humane
Society -(a *no ,kill shelter) and a
limited space shelter depends on
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES adoptions for availability of space.
Adoption fee of $45 includes
spay/neuter, deworming,
Sr ,heartworm/feline (leukemia) testing
ri wand rabies shot. Please visit the
shelter, the animals would love to
Meet you. The shelter is located two
PETS miles south of Lee in Madison
SLOST AN ANIMAL? WANT TO County, just of CR 255 on Bisbee
DLOST AN ANIMAL? WANT n Loop. (Exit 262 off 1-10 or from US
SADOPT? Call Suwannee County 90 turn onto CR 255, go south to
Animal Control at 386-208-0072. M-F Bisbee Loop.) Call for directions. You
from.a.m.- 5p.m. must check with them prior to
classified bringing a drop-off animal to the
Visit the Suwannee Valley Humane
Visit us online at 386-362-4539 Society web-site and see the
W ork! animals that need a really good
www.PooleRealty.com 1-800- 7-7478 W. home at geocities.com/suwanneehs.

2806 West US Highway 90
CLOSE TO RIVER AND BOAT stone fireplace. Island kitchen and Suite 101, Lake City, FL 32055
RAMP... I acre lot, wooded in dining room. This could be yours for HYPERLINK
Bridgestone Woods Subdivision, $70,000. Call Kerri Africano, 623- "http://www.FloridaAcreage.com"
adjacent lot available. Call Syliva QUIET & PRIVATE... Pasture, trees, DANIEL CRAPPS -800-805-7566
Newell, 362-5575. MLS#43948 a pond with a creek, high & dry. 4/2 agency, inc. 1 8 0
INVESTOR'S 200 acres of timber 1998 DWMH w/ 2356 sq.ft. on 12+
most of which is 16-19 yrs old pines. acres on CR 136A. Deluxe master
Located 1/4 mile from the Historic suite. Separate family room & great (1) 20 (+/-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY property is located a short distance from
2002 DWMH 3/2 ON 4 ACRES With a second Suwannee River just under a mile of room. 30x40 workshop fits a large RV Charles Springs and a boat ramp on the Suwannee River. $3,350 per acre owner financing
2000 3/2 SWMH for your mother or mother-in- road frontage in Suwannee Co. just of & has 220 electric. $165,000. Call available (Owner/Broker)
law. Very private, mostly wooded. Both homes are paved road. $900,000. Rhonda Miller, Brett Deutsch, 647-6344. MLS#42914 (2) 84.50 (+/-) SUWANNEE COUNTY property has frontage on CR #49 and has scattered
like new. If your looking for a relaxing 362-4169. MLS#39349. LAKE FRONT IN... Lake Park oak and pine trees. Great home site $3,000 per acre (Owner/Broker)
atmosphere, this is the place for you. $95,000. Call CORNER OF 209TH & 144TH ST... Georgia area. 265' on Alcyone Lake (3 65 ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY property has frontage on CR #49 and has scattered
Kerri Africano, 623-2341. MLS#42327 5 ac., no restrictions, 2 pecan trees, including an immaculate 2002 3/2 oak and pinetrees. Great home site $3,000 peracre (Owner/Broker)
pasture, homes or mobile homes home w/ split floor plan. The home is (4) 155 (+/-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY gently rolling land located next to Peacock.
S.,\ .allowed, $32,500. Call Glenda McCall, made of block & Hardee board siding. Springs State Park. Ideal for home site or hunting! $2,995 per acre (Owner/Broker)
776-1639. MLS#44200 Spacious kitchen opens into great room (5) 210 (+1-) ACRES- SUWANNEE COUNTY property is located on State Road #51 about 3
LOCATED ON A CUL-DE-SAC. In w/ FP. Master bedroom large enough miles north of the Suwannee River. Great location for home site! $3,500 per acre
one of the finest subdivisions of for king size bed. Master bath has (0wner/rker)
Suwannee county. This lot features bathtub, shower, & walk-in closet. (6) 645 ACRES MADISON COUNTY -gently rolling land with majestic hardwoods along the
huge granddaddy oaks, paved roads, Secondary bedroom large enough for meandering o6 a creek that runs through the property. Land is in 19 m 20 year ood planted
beautiful scenery, peace & quiet and queen size bed. Home also includes a 2 pines and has paved runs trountage. Ideal for hunting other recreational uses or home site.
just minutes from town. This won't car garage. This home sits up on a hill
last long. $29,500. Call Irvin Dees, w/ an absolutely gorgeous view of the $2,725 per acre
362-1026. MLS#43902. lake from your very own .screened in (7) 674 ACRES MADISON COUNTY this tract has some cut over land, about 195 acres of
TWO STORY HOUSE, 3,000 sqft very large BRAND NEW CYPRESS LOG porch & swimming pool. Enjoy the 2001 planted sand pines and some beautiful hardwood hammocks surrounding the Sand Pond.
rooms, separate dinning room, and family room w/ HOME. Light & airy inside. 50' evening sunset, fishing, or just feed the Ideal for deer and turkey hunting. Property is a short drive from 1-10. $1,995 per acre
wet bar. Nestled in nice large oaks on 1+ acre. covered front porch. Wooded 5 acre fish off your own private floating dock. (Owner/Broker)
House needs TLC & minor repairs. $169,000. Call lot. Perfect for horses- many miles for $310,000. Call Ric Donovan, 590-1298 For additional information, contact
Sylvia Newell, 362-5575. MLS#43413 riding. $239,000. Call Jan Fessler, or Enola Golightly, 842-2470 or BAYNARD WARD, KATRINA BLALOCK or CHUCK DAVIS
364-8407. MLS#44223 www.enolagolightly.com MLS#43881 E-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:ward@danielcrapps.com"
LOVELY TO LOOK AT but better to CONVENIENTLY LOCATED Just
live in. 3/2 on an acre just outside the 3 miles South of Live Oak on Hwy 129
city. limits. Only minutes from is where you'll find this 3 bedroom
everything. Just $185,000. Call home. Home has 1,368 sq.ft., front -
Carolyn Spilatore, 362-6832. porch, workshop complete w/ wiring & of North Florida, Inc.
MLS#43738 concrete floor. Located on 2 acres. Corner of Hwy. 27 & Clhde Avenue, Mayo, Florida
10+ ACRES... Fenced & cross fenced $72,500. Call Irvin Dees, 362-1026.
for horses or cows, 3/2 DWMH, 2 MLS#40195. Heather M. Neill, Broker
metal carports, storage shed. $75,000. GORGEOUS 1999 4/2 DWMH... -PIIONI.: (386) 294-2131 MOBILE: (386) 208-5394
Call Glenda McCall, 776-1639. Very well maintained. Approx. 30'x76' Search the MLS at WWW.LIGHTHOUSEREALTY.US
CLOSE TO EVERYTHING... 3/2 1,176 sq.ft. MLS#43825 in size. Deep Hunter Green carpet
brick home, CH/AC (all electric), microwave, LOCATION, LOCATION, throughout this home. High ceilings,
washer, dryer, I car carport, sprinkler system, LOCATION! This I+ acre zoned fireplace, living rooms & family room,
10x20 metal storage building. $89,000. Call Commercial Neighborhood is right on also has a separate dining room area. ,
Glenda McCall, 776-1639. MLS#42530 Hwy 90 E. Great for investment or a This lovely home sits on 3+ acres & is i tI
Glenda McCall, 776-1639. MLS#42530 business priced at $50,000. Call Anita shadowed by a large Pecan tree. You i
Kent-Handy, 208-5877. MLS#43136 can also sit on your front porch & see
NICE SECLUDED PROPERTY... your very own fish pond. Just minutes
Planted with young short leaf pines. away from Live Oak. Ready to sell at LOVELY HISTORIC HOME IN TOWN -
Would be a great homesite for those $120,000.00. Call Enola Golightly, Well-kept, 1,737 sq. ft. 3/2 on .50 acre
wanting privacy. Approx 10 miles 842-2470 or Ric Donovan, 590-1298. inside city limits. Dining room, appliances, BEAUTIFUL 10-ACRE PARCEL Lots of
from the town of Madison. $87,250. www.enolagolightly.com MLS#43283 laundry room/pantry. Great front porch, granddaddy oaks. Located in a
Call Patti Wolfe, 208-3030. 5 ACRES Less than 1/4 mile to the tidy fenced yard, shade & fruit trees. subdivision with boat ramp to the
MLS#42905 Historic Suwannee & Royal Springs. Motivated seller, home warranty. $97,000. Suwannee River.$65,000. #44187.
NEAT- SWEET COMPLETE. There's lots of 1999 3/2 DWMH... Across from the 4/2 1968 brick home w/ large #43388.
house for your money in this 3 bedroom home. historic Suwannee River. Williams bedrooms, & carport. $125,000. Call
Zoned Res offices run your in home business. Park is only 50 ft. from your front Rhonda Miller, 362-4169. MLS#43983
Only $104,500. Call Carolyn Spilatore, 362-6832. fenced wood lot w/ gate for your f-' :(
MLS#44192 privacy. The home boast a gorgeous L ;a .. .

LAKEFRONT LOT Wooded .46 ac. lot AFFORDABLE 2/1 home on 1 acre.
with beautiful oak and cypress trees. New paint, carpet and high performance
Quiet, peaceful area. $42,000. #44208 AC/heat unit. Nice view. $35,000. #43914
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Attention: If you have lost a pet or strangers in Lacey's world, available for adoption.
S.. O w ..' found one, the humane society will #2663 GIDEON Bird Dog mix, one Please help care for the animals.
help you find your pet. Call 850-971- year old, black and white, male, st ur y epand t
NTJ FOR T9904 or toll-free at 866-236-7812. housebroken. Tuesday Saturday, 10a.m.-2 p.m.
RenFtal Aitce HUD VLeave a message if we are closed, #2664 MABEL Eight month old tri- Closed Sunday and open by
2,3, & 4 BR HC & Non- I, 2 & 3 BR HC & Non-HC we will return your call. They will do color, female. Full of energy and the appointment only on Monday. ALL
HCAcces$lble Apfartents A.cce.ssibie Apartments what they can to help you find your joy of living. Has wonderfully colored PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE MERCHANDISE
Ipet. Please check with your local coat eyes that only see a wonderful HUMANESOCIETY
animal control if you have lost a pet. world. The Suwannee Valley Humane
705 NW Drive. Live Oak. FL 705 NW Drive, Live Oak, FL #2670 BEAR Retriever mix, beige Society also recycles aluminum Furniture
386-364-7936 386-364-7936 4 LOST OR FOUND ANIMALS: in color. Need kids. Will make a good cans. Take them to the shelter.
TDDTTY 711 TDD/TTY/711 LQSI: Two dogs: No 1 Lab black family dog Recycle, recycle, recycled First Day
Equal Housing Opportunity Equl Housing Opportunity o. ily Please recycle newspapers for the
EquaHousingOpporunyfemale, wearing two collars red and #2689 REX Shepherd mix, six easunee Vlley Hmane Society. FOR SALE- Super-Twin Size bed,
black; No. 2, Boxer Wiland, one months old. Suwan complete. Very good, like new, with 2
Retl d brindle ear, male, wearing black Many more beautiful puppies and The recycle dumpster is located at ee.
LA WOOD collr. If found call 386-362-2170 or large dogs to choose from. 305 Pinewood Dr. in Live Oak, next sets of sheets. $60.00. Call (386)
LAKE WOOD Re ire collar. If found call 386-362-2170 or large dogs to choose from. to o on Aliac e L 362-7438.
toll-free 866-236-7812. CATS: to Johnson's Appliance Center. ALL -
APARTMENTS IN Telephone LOSI: Chihuahua, male, brown, #26- BINDI One and a half year PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE Miscellaneous
LIVE OAK M an wearing collar with I.D. tag. If found old, female, orange Tabby. Very HUMANE SOCIETY. Mis
call 904-226-0442. loving and friendly, needs a family. BEDS, Queen Orthopedic Pillow Top,
Quiet country living 2 will do telephone LOSI: Two dogs: Staffshire mix, No. #2613 DARCY Seven months old, Pets for Free mattress, box. Name brand, with
bedroom duplex. Call installation, repair, 1, white, brown spot on tail and ear; female, grey in color. Loves to play. warranty, new in plastic. $140.00.
up TV Cable installation, No. 2, black, brown spot around Looking for some children to play FREETOTHE RIGHT HOME! year Also new King size Pillow Top
362-3110. eyes. If found 'call 386-965-6055 or with. old male Jack Russell terrier. "Broken mattress set, $200. Can delver. Call
& phone wiring, 386-688-2867. #2635 DORA One and a half year Coat". House trained & neutered. 229-630-7013
128545JS-F jacks and repairs old, grey, female, bob-tail. Great cat Call for more info (eves/wkends) 386-
or other small jobs. These are just a few of the kittens needs a home. 938-2556. Lv. msg. if no answer. Garae/Yard Sales
Accepting Applications Call Tom and cats, puppies and dogs #2665 TANK Two and a half year
Good, bad and no credit. Call Tom 1 available, old, Tabby, white, male. A real
Call for 1st & 2nd mortgages. 658-2611. n Featured animals for adoption: gentleman, longing for a home and a First Day First Day
Established full service co. 8i
WE BUY MORTGAGES. si DOGS: loving owner. Handsome, playful & loves to cuddle. MOVING SALE- 22' side-by-side
R00) 226-6044 #2589 LACEY One year old, #2666 DOROTHY Five month Green eyes & Russian blue-gray refrig. $150., oak dinette w/4 chairs
622 NW43rd St.SuitA-1 o k black, female. If you admire old, orange and white, female, hair. 'All around fabulous CAT. $100., washer $50., 10-gun gun
Licensed Mtg. Lender U rk enthusiasm and unfailing good Nothing of the prima donna here. Looking for stable & loving home. cabinet $150., beds, kings & queens,
W-or!"" humor, here's your girl. There are no Friendly and lovable with an Neutered & trained for indoor living. electric range $150., microwave $40.
engaging personality. 386-935-0064. Call 386-658-3961
-FOR RENT- FOR RENT -F R R NT- #2680- KIPP Five month old, male,
-FOR RENT- Tabby. Friendly and curious with a
2 BR, singlewide 3BR, 2BA DWMH, Singlewid regal bearing. Hopes you'll come and
3BR, Singlewide meet him soon.
mobile home, CENTRAL H/A. mobile home. RECREATION
S/FIRST MONTH'S C Many more kittens and cats AGRICULTURE
central H/A. RNT P Central H/A.
RENT PLUS
First month's DEPOSIT TO First month's
rent plus deposit MOVE IN. rent plus deposit IT HAS TO GDI 0!
to move in. WATER, SEWER to move in. i REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Chris White is having a moving sale on Saturday,
Water, sewer, & & GARBAGE Water, sewer & February 26. Lots to choose from including glassware, Apartments
garbage included. INCLUDED. garbage included. kitchen items, books-hardback and paperback novels,
clothing-mostly women's size 8 to 12 business and casual, All real estate advertising in this
All real estate advertising in this
No pets 3 NO PETS No pets. and some children's, odds and ends of decorating d6cor, newspaper is subject to the Fair
386-330-2567 386-330-2567o 386-330-2567_ and some furniture including an early art deco bedroom set Housing Act which makes it illegal to
386-330-2567 | I1333 386-330-2567 with vanity that has round mirror, tall dresser, head and foot advertise "any preference, limitationbased onrace,
or discrimination based on race,
boards, and wicker porch furniture. Furniture may be seen color, religion, sex, disability, familial
LIN |U PR Pi on Friday, February 25-please call 364-6028 before coming, status or national origin, or an
SELLING YOUR PROPERT ? Directions: From Live Oak take Hwy 90 West to 76th Street intention, to make any such
fr list with a Realtor, check o t M obile Hom es (Mitchell Road) and turn left. Go 5.3 miles from Jiffy store; discrimination" Familial status
Before you ni a dvantag s or, cfered by house is on left in planted pines. Sign in front yard. includes children under the age of 18
some unique advantages offered by 146137JRS-F living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and
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Place your property on www.uslots.com Ask for S.C. Sullivan (386) 362-1389, Evening 362-2990
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* Beautiful signs local advertising multiple listing service, etc., etc. Lai j Olds. Er A c. M.
(1) Lee", FL-: 7.3 Acres on Springs area, river access, and dwellings advertised in this
Call BillW itt -Realtor (800)'489-7113 US 90 nearI -10 with a'3/4 Hwy. 51 access, recent newspaper are available on an equal
for more information. 386-362-2720 bedroom CH/AC home survey. $26,000. opportunity basis. To complain of
containing approximately (8) Near Walmart, 70th St., discrimination call HUD toll-free 1-
Lake City Plorida Realty i 1,750 sq. ft. under roof SkeenRd.: 5.81 acres with a 800-669-9777. The toll-free number
together with a C.B.S. 3 bedroom, 2 bath CH&AC for the hearing impaired is 1-800-
Commercial Building 1999 Doublewide mobile 927-9275
i M containing approximately home, kitchen furnished, 4"
12,500 with 11,500 sq. ft. of well, double car canopy,
S0 Xpacking. $250,000. 34x20 storage etc. Good Buy
(2) 75 acres on paved road @ $69,900. Houses for Rent
Auctioneer i ic oneer on pasture with some live (9) Camping Lot: One acre FOR RENT Near Mayo. Lg. 2/2 home
oaks, fenced and cross riverview lot in the Blue with enclosed Florida porch. Fridge,
fenced, two wells, 1/4 mile on Springs area, river access. D/W, Stove. Newly remodeled. No
10 AM Saturday. February 26 2005 paved Rd. 1/4 mile on county $5,995. pets. $650./mo. Deposit req'd.
0 A Srd y, F r ry 2 2005 grade, good area. $3,995 per -(10) Harrell Heights: New Attached efficiency also available.
acre. three bedroom, two bath Call 386-294-1236 Mon.-Sat., noon-
(3) 177th Drive: 3 Bedroom, central heat and air 7p.m. only.
2 bath central heat and air. conditional home containing
10958 24th Street, Live Oak, FL 32060 Home containing 1104 sq. ft. of living area. Two bedroom/two bath home (extra
approximately 1,350 sq. ft. Parking pad. $82,500. 100% room could be 3rd bedroom.) Brand
new kitchen, large family room on 5
Preview 9AM, February 26th 'tilAuction! Kitchen furnished 225'137 financing to qualified buyer. acres w/stocked pond. Includes
lot. $72,000. (11) Perry Fla: Nice two satelitte dish w/HBO & Cinemax.
Directions: From I-10 to US Hwy 129N (Live Oak Exit) to 132W & Follow Signs! (4) (5) Off CR 51 S.W.: 20 bedroom, CH/CA, brick $550.00 per mo. & 1st, last & sec.
acres wooded with large oaks, home with garage, good area. dep. Call 386-776-2227.
Antiques & Collectibles: 110# Anvil, Model T Wrenches, Old School Desk, 1912 Amish Built Corner Cupboard; and a 3BR/2BA, CH/CA $51,900.
AutoHarp DWMH in excellent (12) Perry Fla: 3 bedroom,
condition, contact office. central heat and air,
Tools: Cutting Torches, Arc Welder (Mig), Nut & Bolt Bins, Battery Charger, Stack Tool Box, Folding Ladder, (2) 2000 sq. ft. under roof, 218x170' lot, nice trees,
Work Benches, 6 HP Black Max Air Compressor, Sand Blaster, Come-a-Long, Body Grinders, Makita Circular Saw, detached storage $149,500. numerous updates, new
Makita Sabre Saw, Saws All, 110# Anvil, Aluminum Work Table, Propane Heater w/Tanks, Electric Winch, Misc. (5) 161/St Rd.: 10 acres with carpet, paint, stove & refrig. YOU can Reach
Hand Tools, Marqet Battery Charger, Dry Wall Screw Gun, B-60 Alum Pots, Makita a four bedroom, three bath, 100% financing. $61,900.
Chop Saw, Bench Grinders, Craftsman Hedge Trimmers, Asst. Log Chains, Drill Bits, CH/CA, brick home (13) US 90 West & I-10: 32 ver il o
Socket Sets, (2) Makita Drills, Binders, (3) Machinists Tool Boxes Full of Tools, Brass containing approximately Acres, zoned C.H.I., corner Potential Buyers
& Stainless Welding Rod, Air Hose, Port Air Tank, Sander, Floor Jack, 1 ? HP Router, 2,500 sq. ft. under roof, tract, will divide. fro
Hand Saws, 10" Table Saw, and more... ^ -. ^| kitchen furnished, 3 car (14) Hamilton County: for your product
Antos: 1992 Dodge Ram 250, 1996 Dodge Conv. Van, VW (for parts), garage. REDUCED to Two 2 acre wooded lots on through our Internet
$215,000. paved road. $12,000 per andNewspaper
Consigned by Neighbor: 1999 Ford Ranger 5 Speed, 1999 Kia Sportage Automatic (6) Harrell Heights: Check tract. Newspaper
out the new home under (15) Old Sugar Mill Farm: Network in Florida
Household. Furniture & Misc.: Deep Freeze 13 cu ft., New Dutch Ovens, (3) Cast construction, three bedroom, Nice one acre tract on paved d thr ph t
Iron Wood Stoves, Sleeper Sofa, (2) Recliners, Entertainment Center, 27" Phillips two bath, central heat and air road with a 2001 CH&AC and throughout
Color TV, Stereo, Table w/4 Chairs, Table w/6 Chairs, Glass Top Tables, Card Table, condition, city sewer & water. DW mobile home, kitchen the Nation.
Up right Freezer, (2) Queen Size Bedroom Sets, Display Cabinets, Desk Lamps, 100% financing to qualified furnished. 12x20 storage Call Louise at
Microwave, Kitchen Utensils, Cannon Camera w/Zoom Lens, Sears Sewing Machine, A buyers will work for S.H.I.P. building. Good area.ll LO C a
Curio Cabinet, Wheel Chair, Electrolux Sweeper, Admiral Washer & Dryer, Gun I (7) Hunting Tract: 13 acres $67,500. 386-362 1 734
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16' Utility Trailers, 3 Pt. Slip Scoop, 3 Pt. Cultivator, Cultivator for 140 International, (3) Rotovator, Gravely Riding
Mowers, Sprayer, Hog Feeder, Hog Panels, Tow Bar, Baler Belts, Chicken Waterers,
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Sink, (2) Portable Buildings, Hog Panels, Pile of Lumber (T&G), Portable Fan, Concrete Planters, Asst. Angle/Pipe/& TOuch of Class
Steel, Pile of Cement Blocks, Honda Motors, 1 Man/Woman Tent, Asst. Fishing Poles,, P-Nut Cooker, Echo Chain
Saw, Poulan Chain Saw, Green Bean Cutter, Aluminum Scaffolding, Boat Motors, Rolls of Insulation, 600' Gill Net, Not just any mobile home.
30 Gallon Aluminum Air Tank, a This one has a lot to offer...
/ U I ,-,1 ll AT ii B 1,550 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA, metal
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HP Rototiller, 1/2 HP Rototiller, Gas Reel Mower '.heat and air unit, new 40 gal.
8 hot water heater and Kinetico
Terms: 10% Buyer's Premium, cash, checks w/ ID, water purifying system.
Visa, MC, everything sold as-is, everything must be Kitchen & breakfast area has
0 paid for prior to removal. been remodeled with a Tuscan
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Price Just Redced freshly painted, and are ready
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Mobile Home for rent. 3 bedroom. In Live Oak, FL. Open plan overlooking LARGE DOWN PAYMENT I MAY Madison, and Taylor counties. on February 28th. Fax resume to
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dep. of $200.00. Call 386-330-2718 Front -& Back Porches. Asking MANUFACTURED HOME FOR of short orientation. program by LAKE CITY & EOE/DFWP
or 386-208-1078. $250,000. OBO. Call 386-364-8094. YOU! CALL STEVE 386-365-8549. Dept. of Corrections will be SURROUNDING AREAS
LAND AND HOME PACKAGES required. SURROUNDING AREAS
Vacation Rentals First Day CLOSE TO LAKE CITY.. ITS WHAT Send resume & application, copies MANY POSITIONS AVAILABLE First Day
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ENJOY the great view of the WATER AND SEWER, YOU PICK HR Dept., NFCC 386-755-1991 Clerical & Management
Suwannee River from your beautiful THE HOME, WE DO THE REST 1000 Turner Davis Drive, WAL-STAF PERSONNEL HOMETOWN JEWELRY & LOAN
3/2 dream home located on 5 acres. AND FREEDOM HOMES MAY Madison, Florida 32340. DRUGSCREENS/BACKGRD REQ. is seeking 2 part-time sales clerks &
$375,000.00 (Land Brokerage OWNER FINANCE! 386-752-5355 CUSTOMER SERVICE REP. experience & some computer skills
Realtor) Call 386-935-0824 or 800- Applications are available at: Career opportunity in are required. Must be dependable &
I 42-8369Career opportunity in are required. Must be dependable &
SFirst Day uestions?call 850-973-1614 a sales/service environment able to work on Saturdays. Contact
North Carolina. asy access, greatFirst Day Must sell 28' wide 4+2 Fleetwood O OE available for qualifiedindividual .. Allan @386-362-7296.
view, 10 min to Maggie Valley, 30 mi R n FOR SAL A fenced 172 that was ordered ,We will heavily with a strdon work ethic and
toCreFOR SALE-3BD/2BA on fennced 1/2 discount to $32,995. Mike 1-352-d*6? ___ >dedicalion tllJ~iob. -6 -
to Cherokee, 2 min to Parkway, acre. Single attached garage. Lg. 1008 Front Desk Person Min. 3 years Customer Service BO.K. ENTERPRISES, LLC
Mountain Stream with picnic area, shed w/ covered porch. Landscaped _Dental terminology a must. exp. in a fast paced Rapidly expanding trucking
Fireplace, Sleeps 10. All Amenities. yard, close to town. Must see! NO MONEY DOWN! New 2005. Live Oak/Lake City. $9.25 an hour. working environment, company seeking qualified,
$500/wk, $1600/mo. (386) 330-4207 $52,900. 386-208-3778 or 386-362- doublewide. On your land. $334. per Fax resume to: (386) 961-9086. Must enjoy working dependable CDL drivers with a
Lucy 4646. month. Call Lee 386-365-8988. with people. minimum of two years experience.
SMOKY MOUNTAIN CABIN __Fit_ Da_- Computer/Data Entry Drivers home every weekend.
Two BD/One Bath. Trout stream, near First Day First Day Accounting Instructor skills required as well as Contact Buddy or Tricia (386) 776-
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per week. Call 386-752-0013. tub w/cer. tile, stone fp w/slate tha the price wasg Call Mr. Van No phone calls, please. Food Service
hearth.Fenced yard, shed. than the price was! Call Mr. Van Resumes Att: Joy KOUNTRY KITCHENS
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COMMERCIAL BUILDING outside town.$72,900. 386-362-4646 Remodeled manufactured home on Community College, Madison, FL. DAIRY QUEEN Call 850-971-0024.
FOR RENT SOON. or 208-3778. land. Call Ron 386-397-4960. Master's degree in accounting with OF LIVE OAK
At 90 on CR 137, by B&B Food, Mobile Homes TRIPLEWIDE ON 1.8 ACRES LAND 18 graduate hours in additional Pleasant Work Atmosphere
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Shop, Office, Sales, Florist & Plant First Day use of technology in classroom Flexible Hours
Nursery, Crafts, Gifts, Radio TV First Day highly desirable. Duties: Teach 15 Day Shifts Available T
Rental Repair, Insurance Thrift Shop. BIG SALE 32X80 Fleetwood 4+2 credit-hours each semester in APPLY IN PERSON
Call 386-364-1319. with living room and den. Set up and Used Fleetwood, 14X80, in good accounting and other qualified NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
delivery for only $49,995. Call Mike shape, for $8,995.00. Call Mike @ area. Candidates chosen for
1-352-378-6024. 352-373-5428. interview will give sample Driver JOIN OUR TEAM!
Custom built DWMH-2002 Fleetwood We le C We w g y t presentation utilizing instructional FUEL TANK DRIVER NEEDED Actively seeking qualified
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All appliances, CH&A. Take over very best price for a new or used 8/1/2005. 6a). Off Friday & Saturday. for area locations. Resumes ma
payments of $405.00 per month & manufactured home! 386-752-5 Position also requires having Must have Class A CDL, Tanker, be faxed to (386) 755-2296 or
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feet 4 bedroom, 2 bath, setup on lot, home, has accessible rights to Santa night and/or dual enrollment Insurance, 401K, Uniforms, Paid
r|- 2 miles from Walmart $645.00 Fe & Itchetucknee River, comes fully courses on NFCC campus and/or Vacation, Late Model Equipment. LABORERS NEEDED
month. Call Ken 386-365-5370 furnished. $154,500. (Land at satellite locations. Apply in 'person Mon-Fri between MANY POSITIONS
Brokerage Realtor) Call 386-935- Applications to:. 3pm & 6pm @: AVAILABLE
1 BOne of a kind Manufactured Log 0824 or 800-426-8369. Director HR, Johnson & Johnson, Inc. FOR MORE INFO CALL:
home 4 bedroom. Perfect for a North Florida Community College, 1607 US 90 East WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
country setting. Call Jim 386-303- Commercial 1000 Turner Davis Drive, Madison, Florida 32340 (386) 755-1991 APPT. ONLY
1557. FOR LEASE Commercial Property Madison, Florida 32340. CONTACT person: Ronnie Blanton BACKGRD/DRUGSCREEN
DWMH 24'X48' on 4.08 Acres. 2 Buildings on big lot. US 90'East, REQ.
3BD/2BA. in Live Oak, FL. Fireplace, Lake City, FL. $1,000.00 per month. Only complete application packets ACCOUNTING MANAGER
new metal roof. All new appliances Call 386-752-0013. considered: letter of interest; LAKE CITY AREA LPN/RN
carpet redone.Asking $65,000.00. resume and application; copy of MUST HAVE B.A. DEGREE Seeking individual for team
Call 386-362-6647. Lots transcripts (unofficial okay). 3 YEARS WORKING EXP. AS environment with above average
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LOTS with weCall 8 septic. Owner Questions call 850-973-9487 GREAT GROUNDFLOOR knowledge, and history of good time
www.deasbullardbkl.com Application packet must be OPPORTUNITY. RESUMES TO: management skills a plus. One
received by 03/04/2005. EOE WS4140@EARTHLINK.NET fulltime 6am-2pm position and one
r o --future opening for 2pm-10pm.
Acreage BE PART OF THE RACING First Day Smaller. size skilled nursing facility
F.S.B.O. BE PART OuF THE RACING f with very good history of surveys and
SFS.B.O. 158 +/- acres. 500 ft. on INDUSTRY. Our team is looking for customer satisfaction. Contact Lyn
Fabulous Suwannee River, N. FL. 700 CNC operators, a bookkeeper and Shine, Lafayette Health Care
ft. on paved Co. Rd. Easy access to sales professionals. Experience is TIjME' ".**",>'.: Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL
If you are, then you US 27 & 1-10. Mixed .hardwoods, preferred. Apply at BRC Performance CA-LE 386-294-3300.
If you are, then you may be the kind of quiet, serene, beautiful. Never before 615 Industrial Ave., Live Oak, Fl CAB E 386-294-3300.
person we're looking for.-We have an listed. Won't last long at $925,000. 32064 maintenance
immediate opening for a temporary Call 925-513-7893 or 850-212-7843. Time Warner Cable has four (4) HELP WANTED maintenance man
full-time position in the composition cq-ll56@sbcglobl. net positions open at this time. with knowledge of plumbing, electric
department at the Suwannee Democrat. First Day First Day Please visit our website at: and carpentry. Tools required.
FOR SALE BY OWNER CATV TECHNICIAN NEEDED with www.timewarner.com/careers Transportation a must. Drug free
FWITH FINANCING experience. Must be knowledgeable to apply. No paper applications or workplace.
in all aspects of cable' tv. Fax all phone calls can be accepted. Call (386) 330-2567
Knowledge of computers, preferably Macintosh & 1) One 4 ac lot on 35th just off 137, resumes to 931-707-9007 or email to MANUFACTURING
t yping speed of 40 CWPM. $30,000. Drug Free Workplace MANAGER
_ _2) Two 4 ac. lots near O'Brien, FL. M/F/DN
1 Lot for $22,000., 1 Lot for $24,000. BARTENDERS Snap-Rite Mfg., a leading air duct
Experience in Adobe Photoshop, Quark Xpress, Call: $150.00 plus possible per shift. Driver manufacturer located in Lake Park,
Multi-Ad Creator a plus. (386) 935-2301 Ft/Pt positions. WALT'S LIVE OAKeorgia, is seeking a high energy
Training available. Call: person to help manage the daily
(888) 544-5032 FORD-MERCURY production of a fast-paced multi-
Self-motivation. Acceptance of multiple deadlines. operation facility. Duties include
Ability to complete tasks in a limited time frame. Looking for Experienced efficiency maximization, quality
WANTEDIII Tow Truck Driver monitoring, guidance of supervisors
Pride, dedication and 100% given to every job. ASSISTANT Must have CDL & lead people, employee
EMPL_ _ENT TILE AND MARBLE .Benefits safe plant environment, and following
u Wt11t 1' llf nt r tt Help Wanted MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT Health Insurance & implementing management
:_ Helpane ________ UPTO 70 LBS. Great Work Environment objectives. Successful candidates
If you fit our mold, come by and fill out an application Driver NON-SMOKER should have a 4 yr degree,
or email resume to myra.regan@gaflnews.com CDL Licensed driver wanted. Must PLEASE CALL FOR APPT. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY manufacturing exp is a plus. $40-
211 Howard St. East Live Oak, FL 32064 have a clean MVR & able to pass WAL-STAF PERSONNEL EMPLOYER $50+ benefits. Send resume to P.O.
P.O. Box 370 Live Oak, FL 32064 drug & alcohol test. For more info. 386-755-1991 Box 1326 Coats, NC 27521
We Are A Drug Free Workplace Rci call 386-362-4122. DRUGSCREEN & BACKGRD REQ. Please call Rick at 386-362-1112

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First Day First Day First Day First Day PART-TIME LIBRARY AIDE II Positions require experience in
MAINTENANCE janitorial maintenance and the ability
MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR for OT & LPTA Positions PUBLIC LIBRARY w a y flebl schedule and
Smithfield Packing plant in to work a very flexible schedule and
Madison, FL is looking for growing production facility in Advent Christian Village have dependable transportation.
rigration n FL is lking Madison, FL. Industrial maintenance 658-JOBS for Hamilton County is currently Duties: On site working supervision,
e mechanics experience in food industry Current Opportunities seeking applicants for the position hands on training and public
maintenance mechanicspreferred. Send resume to Smithfield of regular part-time Library Aide II interaction. High school diploma
Engine Mechics Madison, 294 SW Harvey Greene PT PTA to assist with physical 'at the White Springs Public Library. required.
Engineer/Refrigeration Mechanicst Dr Madison, FL 32340 or e-mail to therapy/physical rehabilitation and The applicant will work AND:
Experience with ammonia and steam Aprilbrack@smithfield.com related activities. Valid Florida PTA approximately 8 hours per week Attendants for local highway
generating Systems preferred. license required. Prior experience regularly and also be used as a rest areas
Maintenance Mechanics preferred. NURSE substitute during other days of the Training will be provided. Must be
Maintenance Mechanics First Day week when needed. Minimum iing to work a flexible schedule,
Individuals must be able to read and willing to work a flexible schedule,
Individuals must be able to read and e e w t w PT OT to assist for long-term care The Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch is qualifications include graduation have dependable transportation,
electrical schematics, blueprints & in the Gainesville area. Call 352-376- facility Valid Florida OT license accepting applications for the from a standard high school, ability home phone and capable of
voltage meters. Experience in 5314. M-F8e am- p.m. required. Prior experience Nurse position. Applicant must be to type and experience with performing the required duties as
vindutrial maintenance is preferred preferred. a graduate of an accredited Internet and computer software. directed by supervision. Duties:
industrial mai e is p nursing program and currently Library experience is desired. cleaning, sanitation, trash removal
Fax resume to 850-973-1877 or mail MECHANIC EOE; Drug Free Workplace, licensed as a Nurse with the State Salary is $6.55 to $9.14 per hour (ability to lift 35 Ibs). Persons with
resume to 294 SW Harvey Greene W. B. HOWLAND CO. INC. Criminal background verification of Florida (Level I requires depending on qualifications and disabilities are encouraged to apply.
DR, Madison, FL 32340. Applications Mechanic w/ diesel engine and required. Apply in person at ACV licensure as a LPN and Level II experience. Interested applicants
also accepted at the plant. hydraulic experience needed Personnel Department Mon. thru requires licensure as a RN.) may obtain an application at the ADA/EOE/Drug free workplace.
AAIEOp/MIFDN @ W.B. Howland Company. Fri, 9:00a.m. until 4:00p.m., Carter Previous experience in nursing and White Springs, Jennings or Jasper Apply at:
AA/EOE/M/FFull time position with excellent Village Hall, 10680 CR 136, in dealing with youth is preferred. Public Libraries, or at the COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY
Medical Assistant or LPN needed benefits package. Apply in person Dowling Park, FL; fax resume to Contact Linda Mather by close of Suwannee County Administrative SERVICES, INC.
Full time for IM Clinic in @ Howlands corner of Walker & (386) 658-5160; or visit business 2/28/05 at 386/842-5555 Services Department, 224 Pine 506 S. Ohio Ave.
Live Oak, Florida. Please fax 11th St. or call (386) 362-1235. www.ACVillaqe.net. (or fax resume 386/842-1029) Avenue,Live Oa FL Live Oak, FL 32064
resumes to 386-362-6403. EOE/DFWP telephone (386) 362-6869. Live Oak, FL 32064
Applicants are encouraged to First Day
submit resumes, letters of
These local businesses are here to take good care of you. reference and other biographical TEMPORARY PROFESSIONAL
information with their applications. ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
All applications must be returned to PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
the Administrative Services
Department in Live Oak. Position The Suwannee County Public
will remain open until filled. All Works Department is currently
applicants subject to drug testing recruiting for the position of
prior to employment. PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING
EEO/AA/V/D TECHNICIAN. This is skilled
SALES POSITION technical work inspecting all
. k.,MUST HAVE STRONG SALES is
EXPERIENCE An employee in a position allocated
PLEASE CALL FOR APPT. to this class performs a variety of
s H F D L C asTPsignments related to inspection
SWAL-STAF PERSONNEL and enforcement of plans,
S386-755-1991 rice representative, ftie, ae to co nicate effective
S(QDRUGSCREEN & BACKGRD REQ. specifications, and contract
1803Eerge ( ) 9 9 Cl ( ) 5 9 AN documents. Work is generally
S ID AY Salary based on ex ence diversified and requires judgments
S .Iii,' ,,. i I t, A. rm p.I n FATm e OP First Day to apply broader aspects of
',.,,_ .. R,.r ,. established practices and
Security officers needed. procedures. Problems and
Drigge s H tin Li YARBOROUGHCORPORATION situations encountered may not
Trigger's Heating. Fill Dirt Limerock Land Clearing TO PLACE AN Must have State security license, always fall clearly or concisely
Air Conditioning Ponds Driveways Culverts Call Jim Tucker 386-364-7780 or Joe within the limitations of standard


















Wellborn. FL 320r-4 io METAL ROOFING toodPyRampa F Cha rge. aaEEO/AANa/Da
d (3 96-Refrigeration A Peavy850-929-4747. practices or procedures. Must be
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36 s i6. Faen (8 96)7 First Day WAYNE FRIER4
83 Callg 38for a fre ti for growing insurance agency. Florida with contractors, departments, and
ie oak, rFL 32164 ClarkelDriggers. Ownr DEADLINE life and health license required, or general public. Qualifications
-i-- Fla. eMoerf Reg.No CCCw57785illingness to become licensed, include graduation from a standard
.. '_-IS FRIDAY Salary based on experience with high school, Must have a minimum
benefits available. Send resume to: of ten' years experience in roadway
AT 2:00 P.MP Box 91007 inspection of FDOT projects, and a
P.O. 370 minimum of five years as an
Live Oak, FL 32064 asphalt paving inspector. Must
STOCKING/INVENTORY possess a valid Florida Drivers
POSITIONS AVAILABLE License. Salary range is $20.80 -
$30.61. Interested applicants are
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HARDWORKERS ONLY 386-362-2720.
DRUGSCREEN/BACKGROUND Avenue, Live Oak, FL 32064, 386-


GUARAEDight L TEN OWNERS researchstudiS subject to pre-employment drug
55ic)s Coun\ Road 252 Myowking C0ons ulant s Roof Repairs m FasCia & Soffit Cert. CDL/A. Good MVR, 2 years testing.
CENT llborn. F JL 3209-4AND METAL ROOFING experience. Tampa to Charlotte area. EEO/AAI/D
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(386) 963-2282Co SPTECIALISTS 800-585-4400 or 912-379-9134r TE AR C E R
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.b land o r c Reg. No. I(8 114 CCC057785s Will train for security officer license.Services. Mg WEE
FtuderdaleMaottHoteNorthAndrewsAvenueonMarch Local Area! Auto Required! (200)644-2822 Ext 37. CULTURALACT TIES.WEOFFERHILLSIDECONDSt Day Mature individual needed to fill
Call Jim Tucker @ 386-364-7780
or Joe Peavey @ 850-929-4747. multi-task position. Background in
7CABNSNEARPGEO Mt be Finance or mortgage lending
SWANTED! WANTED! helpful. Knowledge of the trucking
WANTED! industry a plus. Call Larry J. Olds at
HARDWORKERS ONLY 386-362-2720.
NEED APPLY ALL SHIFTS
Announcements WANTED: PAIDPARTICIPANTS EARN $400-$l 1 50/WEEK. NEW LOG HOME SHELL- 99,900. Beautifullnog home i y shc elll p r s s ad
GUARANTEED! Medical research studieson newproducts. Our nestled on private wooded lot off Parkway north of Boone. MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT
Fortune 500 clients. No physical work involved. Easy Wont last! sEt time offered. (800)455-1981, x 25. 50LBS-70LBS
















_______Lake. Boat, fish & swim. Will sell fast! Call MLC to get on the-2004 Mercury Monterray. A leather,
CENTRAL FLORIDA'S BEAD,MJEWELRY AND ART EX- qualification. Start Now.CALL NOW (800)689-2076. _(386) 755-1991
TRAVAGANZA Findrbeads,jewelry. ar, and classes. March 5th WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
and 6th. Volusia County Fairgrounds, Exit 114 off of -4. BACKGRD/DRUG SCREENM satellite radio, 38 MPG. Call 386-
t..beadsV.com/deland or call (866)667-3232 also see us in START NOW! Paid Training $S12.50fhr+ bonus! $25-$41tk yr! TER.MOUNTSNOW. WESTDOVER, VERMONT. BY WEEK/ BACKGRD/DRUG SCREEN REQ. TRANSPORTATION










www.beads com/delandBes t Bang for the $ anywhere in the world. Winter season: LAKEVIEWBARGAIN$29,900.FreeboatslipHgheleva- ce 3621734ext.107.
Ft.auderdaleMariottHotelNoarch Portrait Fund-raising for Volunteer Emergency Services. M tg WEEKEND/ d NTHORSEASON! s NCLUDESRECREATIONAl ntac ti orshaw NHA










FtALLauderdaleNDYMarROUTE HotelNo Andrews800/day?30venue onMarch- 35,000 acre recreationalake in TN. Paved roads, u/g ils, @ 386/362-7860 or apply at TIME FOR 2004s TO GO! Lowest
1chin,, 2th. and y3th $4.00 $5.00 2 off with ad. Opt0 Local Area Auto Reqired! (200)644-2822 Ext 137. CULT RAL u t ACIVITIES. WE OFFER HILLSIDECONOS,e yr o lt r 0
HUNELKi To r Live O WNHOUSES,CHALESFL 0RGE1SMALL FHOMESo .)MOUN-E ition, 1 Lcoln LS &
$1500WEEKLYGUARANTEED NOWACCEPTNGAPPLI- TNRESORTNTALS,P.O.BOX 804,WSTDOVER,VER- WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR 35 MPG and a Dell CPU
Auctions CATIONS$50CASHHIRINGBONUSGUARANTEEDIN MONT 05356. www.mountainresortrentals.com, e-mail: /PURCHASING AGENT Buy a 2005 Ford Focus Hatch,
Ar sWRITIfNG(888)318-1t638Ext 17ytww.USMailingGrou.com. rentverm@sover.n. (888)336-1445. (802-464-1445). needed for Smithfield Packing plant Sedan or Wagon and get up to
17 CABINS NEAR PIGEON FORGE, TN, selling at Auction iin Madison, FL. Must be able to $2,500. rebate & a free Dell





















just a click away. www.slartuppower.com. (800)501-1777 ext. 1299. HE- TAVY O EU IPMEivINT 386-623-1946
March 12,10:30a.m. Guaranteed financing available with 25% UPTO$4,000 WEEKLY!!Exciting WeeklyPaycheck! Written N.C. MOUNTAINS: 2.3 acres with new log cabin shell in se- maintain supply inventory and Computer System. Call 386-623-
down.FurroAuctionCo.(800)4FURROW; GuaraneeI Year Nationwide Company Now Hiring! Easy l ettin$89,900. Aorgmoun- supervise daily operations of Dry 1946.
www.furow.com.TNLic#62. Work, Sending Out OurSimple One Page Brochure! Free Post- tain views! Free info available. (828)247-0081. Goods Storage. Candidate must be
ageSupplies! AwesomeBonuses!! FREEINFORMATIONCALL yon experienced in warehouse LL SE 25 FO2004, 40th
ABSOLUTEAUCTION!LakerontRealytate237NELakeview NOWt *(80)242-0363Exc 3800. ees C weeat 18 hole (co8e near Ashville, C. EnSoy mild operations and inventory control. anniversary edition, only 14,000
Dr. Sebring,eFL BAM, Sat Mar 12.2 spacious homes 2 lakefront climate, greategolf, low taxes, lowT cost of living! Call toll-free Mail resumes to 294 SW Harvey miles, power seats and windows,
homesites Directly on LakeJackson. Call fordetails: (800257- DELIVERTRAVELTRAILERSFORPAY!Tousdsof30 eaate866)334-3253ax790t ww.cherokeevnllev.o. Greene Dr., Madison, FL. 32340 or p power steering tinted windows, ac/cd
4161 Higgenbotham Auctioneers www.hienotham.com travel trailer originating from Florid cities We need pickup e-mail Aprilbrack@Smthfieldom $16,500 Call 386-362-7652
MEiggenr.otham, CAIFLLic#AU305/AB158. track owners to deliver, www.horizonrnsort.com. ?Wea N.C. WATERFRONT $39,900. Coming soon on All-sports AAEOEM/F/D NEED TO SIT SEVEN-Brand New





















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Lake. Boat, fish & swim. Will sell fast! Call MLC to get on the 2004 Mercury Monterray. All leather,
Building Materials Drivers-OwnerOps&Co.DriversNeededNowss!RunSEOnly priority list today! (866)920-5263. First Day all pwr, pwr rear doors w/keyless
orSE, Mid-At, MW Regional, OO's -No Forced Dispatch Good remote. $12.000.00 off71-1978 sticker pride























___ -- F(800)668-5422. Dump Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, $600 3foth. Call oH 386-208-0058.
METALROOFINGSAVE$$$Buy DrectFromManufacturer. Pay ps Fuel SYSTEMincludes866)250-4292. ASHEVLLE,NCAREA. SpectacularMontainview RiverTECHNICIAN Only 3 left Call today 386-623-1946.
20 colors in stock with all Accessories. Quick turn around! homesites. Paved roads, clubhouse & more. NEW RELEASE! For 180-Bed Facility
Delivery Avaiable Toll Free(888)393-0335. Hunting Hesies fro $49900. Bear River CommniBUILDINGS.y Call NowFactory Deals Must have minimum of 2 year TAKE OVER PAYMENTS of $450.00
(866)411-5263. 5060/ft0 2 degree in Nutrition Therapy or a per month on a 2004 CheBrand Max.
related field and at least 1 year DVD, leather, sunroof, skid control,
Business Opportunities ARGENTINA,seller held WINGSHOOTINGandBigGameHuntig:he -Job Placementtill in crates. 50, 38 MPG. Call 386-
Bestmortgage notes ng for thepurchase recanywhereinivable. Morhe world. Winter season: LAKE VIEW BARGAIN $29,00. Free boat slip! High ele$750- experience.Different
April-August, 2005. Weekdays: (314)209-9800; tion beautifully wooded parcel. Across from national forest on Contact Bette Forshaw NHA 362-1734 ext. 107.
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do you earn $810/day? 30 Ma- Evenings: (314)894-3776. 35,000 acre recreational.lake in TN. Paved roads, u/g utils, @ 386/362-7860 or apply at TIME FOR 2004s TO GO! Lowest
chines,FreeCandy All for$9,995.(800)814-6323 B02000033. central water, sewer, more. Excellent financing. Call now Suwannee Health Care Center prices of the year on leftover 04s: 1
CALL US: We will not be udersold! (800)704-3154, e Yo ur Ad Could Bay C. 1620 E. Helvrenston Street incolorsn Navigato r, 1 incolnm. Aviatlso, used
HUNT ELK, WILD BOAR. Red Stag and Buffalo in Missoturi ( Loln Nvitor, 1 incoln Av
until 3/305. Garanteed Hunting License, Only $5.00. Or Live Oak, FL 32064 1 Ford Expedition, 1 Lincoln LS & 1
Are y diatiied with your present ob and income? Do policy NO Ge,NO Pay Reasonle Rtes FORECLOSED GOVT S orLow own Tax ord T-Brd All cars loaded and
just a clickaway. www.startuippower.com. (800)501-1777 erxt. 1299. HEAVY EQUIPMENT 386-623-1946
20 Vending Machines with Custom Locations. $2995. Call Legal Servicesr r OPERATOR Trucks for Sale
Toll Free (800)261-9001.SALES. (800)642-5333. Really Of Murphy 317 Peachree S. AND MUCH MORE *
DIVORCE$175-$275*COVERS children, etc. Only one signa- TRAINING FOR FULL SIZE 2005 FOR $15,995.00.
THOUSANDSOFBUSINESSESForSaleByOwnersNation- ture required! *Encludes govt. fees! Call weekdays (800)462- GIANT RV- SELLOFF- #1 Selling RV's- Remaining 2004 EMPLOYMENT New Body Style Ford F150. V6
wide. Preview Business for free! Interested In Buying or Selling 2000, ext.600. (8am-7pm) Divorce Tech. Established 1977. Models...Low Selloff Prices- Florida's Motorhome- Towable Automatic with 4 door cab. Many
A Business Call: GW MTherapistr AND- (877)217-8231 or visit Hedquarers- Giant Recretion World. Melourn- (800)700- colors to choose from. Call today
#1 CASH COW! 90 Vending Machine Hd. You approve Loc's- LIFE,AAAAT3ORNEYRFp'P5ALSER VICE Steel Buildings
$10,670 (800)836-3464 #B02428. (800)733-5342CALL24hrs. PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS. Two Trucks For Sale: 1979 Dodge,
BUILDING SALE! "Rock Bottom Prices!" Last chance. Beat 318 engine, has topper, runs. Other
An Incredible Opportunity. FREE 20 minute evaluation. Miscellaneous Next Price Increase. Go direct/save. 20x26. 25x30. 30x40. for parts, 1971-1978 step-side, body
www.startupnower.com. Savetimeatnd money- VisitToday! 35x50. 40x60. 45x90. 50x100. 60x180. Others. Pioneer Bulldozers, Backhoes, Loaders, good, Dodge. Serious inquiries, only.
Assistant wand in Rural 22.ospial in Norh Florida Dump Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, $600. for both. Call 386-208-0058.
FREE4-ROOM DIRECTV SYSTEM includes standard instal- Excavators
Financial nation. 2 MONTHS FREE HBO & Cimax! Access to over 225 Next Class: Mrch 7th Morcycles
channels! Limited time offer. S&H. Restrictions Apply. STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory Deals Save $$$. 40x60' to Nex lnarchth
FUNDSFORYOUwww.cwfundingservices.com.Cashadvwnce (866)500-4056. 100x200'. Example: SOxtl00x 12' is $3.60/sq ft. (800)658-2885 -National Certification
for pending lawsuits, structured payments, seller held www.riidbuilincom. -FinanciaJob Placement stil incrates.50, n90, & 125 bikes.
mortge notes, we purchase receivables. More on website or Real Estate 800-383-7364 in5crate 50,590, & i125rcc.
call Cindy (813)885-1501. Y colors to choose from. Also, used
BIEAUTIFULNORTHCAROLINA.WINTERSEASONiSIIERE! www.atsn-schools.corn 8 street bikes. Call 386-362-4491.
For Sale MUSTSEETHEBEAUTIFULPEACEFULMOUNTAINSOF ONECALLSTANDSBETWEENYOURBUSINFSSatndtmil- ATVs coming soon.
WESTERN NC MOUNTAINS.ltomesCabins. Acreage& Invest- lions of potential customers. Place your advertisement in the
CHURCH FURNITURE. Does yourchurch need pews, pulpit ments. Cherokee Mountain Realty GMAC Real Estate. Murphy FL Classified Advertising Network. For $450 your ad will be
set, baptistery, steeple, windows, carpet? Big Sale on new cherokecmountainrealtv.com Call for Free Brochure placed in over 150 papers. Check out our 2x2 atnd 2x4 tlisplay
cushioned pews and cushions for hartl pews. (8001231-8360. (800)841-5868. network too! Call this paper, or iieather Mola, FL Stateewide
Network Director at (866)742-1373, or e-mail
hmola@flpress.com for more information. (Out of State place-
Help Wanted WESTERNNCMOUNTAINSNorthCarolinaWherethereis: ment is also available.) Visit us online at wwwsvlrida MO ING E BUSH HOGGT MG
Cool Mountain Air, Views&Stream, llomes,Cabins&Acreage. classifiedscom.
Driver- COVENANTTRANSPORT. Excellent Pay & Benefits SALES. (800)642-5333. Realty Of" Murphy 317 Peachtree St L 0NDwMUCHM0R
for Experienced Drivers. 3/0. Solos. Teams & Graduate Murphy. N.C. 28906. www.realtvofmnurohv.com.
Students. Bonuses Paid Weekly. Equal Opportunity Employer. FREE
(I88)MOREPAY (888-607-3729). KENTUCKY 50-I000 acres. Incredible trophy deer & turkey
hunting. Some w/lakes, creeks, rivers, ponds, & number. Great
Florida Licensed Physical Therapist AND Physical Therapist retreat/investtnots. New survey, starting $795 per acre. Owner
Assistant wanted in Rural Ilospital in North Florida Call will finance. (2701)791-2538 WWW actionoutfitter.cn. Week of February 21, 215
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