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 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 2006
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
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System ID: UF00028422:00175
 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
    Section A: Suwannee Living
        page A 4
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: On The FLIPside
        page A 2
    Section A: Viewpoints and Opinions
        page A 6
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 3
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 7
        page A 8
        page A 9
        page A 10
        page A 11
        page A 12
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
        page B 4
    Section B continued
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
        page B 9
        page B 10
        page B 11
        page B 12
    Section C: Classified Marketplace
        page C 1
        page C 2
        page C 3
        page C 4
        page C 5
        page C 6
    Section C: Classified Marketplace: Continued
        page C 7
        page C 8
        page C 9
        page C 10
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Serving Suwannee County since 1884


Weekend Edition September 8, 2006


121st YEAR, NO. 94


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~ SEVERAL INJURED


Two vehicles hit Jordan


Insurance Agency


Vanessa Fultz
Democrat Reporter
.T%%o dri er, plowed their vehicles into
the Jordan Insurance Agenc. on Ho\ward
Street in do%% nto\\ n L i e Oak, Sept. I.
injuring themisel es and two emplo\ ees
in the building.


MIaxwell, Ulmer win; 2006 Recap

Cooper-and Lowe to meet Nov. 7


TWO VEHICLES HIT BUILDING DOWNTOWN: Rescue workers assist occupants-in two vehicles that
struck Jordan Insurance Agency after one vehicle hit another Sept. 1. Pnoo. Varnessa Full:


Multiple arrests,seizures of stolen


goods made at area Ag stations


Martha Lynn Robinson, Mayvo. at-
tempted to make a right rum on Tuxedo
Ave. into the Jordan Insurance Agency
parking lot when Marshall William lMer-
cer. of i842 169th Rd.. Live Oak, hit
Robinson's right side slamming her into
the building, according to the Live Oak


SEE TWO, PAGE 7A


Susan K. Lamb
Democrat Managing Editor
The 2006 elections primary is now a
thing of the past but most winners are now
working to\ ard the Nov. 7 general election
\ hen they will rpeet their competitor and
the voters will decide who will be their pick
in those races.


Locally. some have a[read\i 'on their
races.
In the District 4 CountN Commission
race. incumbent commissioner Bill)
Maxwvell \%on re-election, beating out tro
challengers, Linda Dye and Diana Robin-
son. Maxwell will be swon in Nov. 21 for
four more years on the board.


SEE MAXWELL, PAGE 9A


Susan K. Lamb
.Democrat Managing Edilor
Three arrests and seizures have been
made state Ag stations within the past week.
resulting in the recot ery of stolen equip-
ment or goods. Mwhich were being brought
into. or lea\ ing Florida.
Two of those incidents .were in western
Suwannee County at the Interstate 10 Flori-
da Agriculture Inspection Station at the
Suw annee Riser.
.. n the first incident. \ which happened Aug.
30, an eastbound tractor-trailer being
searched at the 1-10 Ag station revealed


four flat-screen plasma TVs
and an assortment of power
tools purchased \\ ith an al- .
leged stolen credit card in' -
Browvard Counts \%ere in-
side the truck, according to i
the Florida Department of -
Agriculture (FDA). The ,-
driver, Wilfredo ilre
Wilfredo
Dominguez. was charged .
\ ith grand theft and deal-, :
ing in stolen property He
was taken to the Su\tannec County Jail
where he was booked in on those charges.
In the second incident, which happened at


SEE MULTIPLE, PAGE 7A


Good Samaritan Center listed

in top 10 percent in Florida


Darleen Hinrichs
Advent Christian Village Staff

Consumer Reports recently listed
Ad\ent Christian Village's skilled
care tfcilit, Good Samaritan Center
(GSC), as one of the-top 10 percent of
nursing homes in the state off lorida.
The Consumer Reports Nursing Home
Quality Monitor identifies nursing
homes that are likely to
provide better quality of
care.
To rank each nursing
home, Consumer Re-
ports looks at three di-
mensions of quality:
Quality of care deficien-
cies on the last three
state inspections, 2)
19 Staffing levels for RNs.
LPNs and CNAs and 3)
Quality indicators of
resident well-being. BN
evaluating more than
.one survey, they ensure
that only facilities that
demonstrate continued
...:. quality make the list;
GSC was consistently,
SSEE GOOD, PAGE 7A


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GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER: Front entrance of
the Good Samaritan Center at the Advent Christ-
ian Village. Photo: Darleen Hinrichs


Pregnancy Crisis Center to

hold walk/run tomorrow


Vanessa Fultz
Democrat Reporter
"Without you, this one might
not be here," is what volunteers at
the Pregnancy Crisis Center some-
times hear when the new moms
and grandmas come back to show
off their babies. The center is
there for young mothers and now
they need you to be there for
them.
The Live Oak and Lake City
Pregnancy Crisis Centers are gear-


ing up for their annual Walk/Run
for Life. The fund-raiser is set for
tomorrow Sept. 9, at the Suwan-
nee County Coliseum in Live Oak
and Young's Park in Lake City.
Events start at 9 a.m. Registration
begins at 8 a.m.
This year's theme is "Let there
be life!"
Food and drinks, prizes for dif-
ferent fund-raising categories, free
T-shirts and entertainment will be
provided. Registration is $10 for


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TODAY'S
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likely. High today around 89F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph. For up to
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INDEX
Classifieds 1-7C
Church 6-7B
Sports 1-5B
Suwannee Living 4A
Viewpoint 6A
TV Guide 8-9B
Legal Notices 10C


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Valdosta State University

announces dean's list
Christina NI. Payne of Live Oak has been
named to the Summer 2006 dean's list at Val-
dosta State University in Valdosta, Ga.
Students must maintain a cumulative grade
point average of at least 3.0 and must have a
semester grade point average of at least 3.5
with at least nine hours of course \work to
make the dean's list. Grade point averages
are based on a 4.0 scale.


Thank you
The Scott family wants
to thank all of you. When
we needed you, you were :
there, you have shown
that you cared in many
ways, calls, visitations, .
prayers, cards and all other -
expressions. 'God sent you-
with comfort in these diffi-
cult days.
Your love and compassion
in this time of sorrow gives us strength
as we face tomorrow.
For all expressions of concerns and sympathy, we
shall be eternally grateful.
May God shower many blessings upon you and
keep you.
The Scottfamily


40th Chief Executive Seminar,


graduates
Q^QU ItQ


The Florida Criminal
Justice Executive Insti-
tute announces the
graduation recently of
Col. Graham -Fountain,
Department of Trans-
portation Motor Carrier
Compliance; Commis-
sion for Florida Law En-.
forcement Accreditation
Director Margaret "Peg"
Gant; Warden I. Russell
Hosford, Florida De-,
partment of Corrections,
Liberty Correctional In-
stitute; North Florida
Com nnunity' College
Criminal Justice Acade-
my Director Lawson
"Skip" James; Florida,
Department of Law En-
forcement Capitol Police
.Director Dean Register;
and. Major Mark Tram-


mell, Flori
Patrol front
Executive
the Waku
,State Park
cated ir
Springs.- F
managers
criminal jus
around the
up the latest
class.
The goal
Executive S
prepare Flo
nal Justice
for the .cha
changing
the future.
pants study
events tha
lenge crin
profession
state as we


15 senior managers
da Highw-ay ture and examine the Robert Douglas; Colonel
m the Chief leadership skills neces- Graham Fountain, Flori-
Semirar at sary to create and lead da Department of Trans-
lla .Springs the change that lies portation, Motor Carrier
& Lodge lo- ahead., Compliance; Commis-
SWakulla' -The Florida Criminal sion for Florida Law En-
ifteen senior 'Justice Executive: Insti- forcement Accreditation
representing: tiute, established within Director I Margaret "Peg"
stice agencies the Florida Department Gant; Ocala Police De-
e state make i ofLawEnforcement and apartment Deputy Chief
st graduating affiliated with the State Greg Graham; Florida
University System, was School for the Deaf &
of the Chief established in 1990 by Blind Campus Police
Seminar is to the Florida, Legislature Commander Victor
)rida's Crimi- who, recognized the Hockenberry; Florida
e leadership need for an innovative Department of Correc-
llenging and ~and mul'tifaceted.I ap tions Liberty, :Correc-
demands of proach to the eduLcatign tiopal. Institute Warden


Class partici-
y trends and
It will chal-
ninal justice
als and our
enter the fu-


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and training of criminal
justice professionals.
Sinte the Executive In-
stitute began 16 years
ago, .867 individuals
representing agencies
throughout the criminal
justice community have
completed leadership
programs offered by the
Florida Criminal Justice
Executive Institute.
Graduates of the 40th
Chief Executive Semi-
nar: DeFuniak Springs
PoliceDepartment Chief
Michael Adkinson Jr.;
University of North
Florida Police Depart-,
ment Assistant Chief.
John Dean; Chiefland
Police Department Chief

In Memory of


Tina


Boyd
7'9,69- 9/14/02


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Jill Gaskins
Septem .-" ^- ^,-cn M,,n,,,a b, lv


My precious
daughter, my
heart knows you
are dancing
streets of gold in
heaven.


Love,
Mom


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I; Russell Hosford;.
North Florida Commu-
nity College Criminal
Justice Academy Direc-
tor Lawson "Skip"
James; Indian River,
Community College
Chief Security Supervi-
sor Alan Montgomery;
Florida Department of
Law Enforcement Capi-
tol Police Director Dean
Register; Withlacoochee
Technical Institute
Criminal Justice Acade-
my Director Don Ru-
miner; Okaloosa-Walton
Community College
Criminal Justice Acade-
my Director Brian
Shonk; Okeechobee
County. Sheriff's Office
Chief' Deputy Noel
Stephen; and Major
Mark Tramnell of Flori-
da Highway Patrol.


Wedding reminders


- Turner


Danielle Paige Fewell
and
Jason Lee Turner
would like to remind you
of their upcoming wedding.

They request the honor of your presence at their
marriage on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. at the
home of Tommy and Nelda Croft, 11940138th Street.
Live Oak.


Casey -Smith
Sam Ager and Dinah Casey of Jasper would like
to remind you of the approaching marriage of their
daughter, Tia C sey, to Lindsey hIarvin Smith. Tia is
also the daughter of the late Tay.Casey.
The: wedding will be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday,
Sept. 9, 2006 at New Hope Baptist Church. The re-
ception w\-ill follow- in the tello%--ship hall.
No local invitations w ill be sent. Family arid
friends are invited to attend; .


Roberts Kirby
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Roberts of Live Oak would like
to remind you of the approaching marriage of their
daughter, Holly Michelle Roberts, to Kyle Adamca Kir-
by, son of Ken Kirby of Wellborn and Willa O'Malley
of Daytona.
The wedding will take place at First Baptist Church
in Live Oak on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006 at3 p.rm. There
will be a reception follow-ing the wedding in the fel-
lo\w-ship hall.
All friends and family are cordially invited tp at-
tend both'the wedding and reception. :


Newsome -Hammock
Bebe Newsome of Live Oak and Gary New- some of
Jennings remind you of the approaching marriage of
their daughter, Elizabeth Brooke, to Wendell Ross
Hammock of Pinetta, son of Mr. and IMrs. Wendell
Hammock of Pinetta.
The wedding will take place Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006
at 4 p.m., at First Baptist Church of White Springs.
Reception to follow in the fello\ws-hip hall.
No local invitations will be sent. All friends and
family are invited to attend.


Sweat Watley
John and Karen Hurst of Live Oak and Terri Sweat
of Alma, Ga. would like to remind you of the ap-
proaching marriage of their daughter, Cricket, to
Chris Watley, son of Buddy and Laura Watley arid
Jackie and Bud Espenship of Lake.City.
The wedding will be held Sept. 9, 2006 at Mandy's
Chapel.
Invitations will be sent.


Large Print Books for Young Adults and Juveniles;
High Interest with Lower Reading Levels
Recently, the public libraries in Branford and Live Oak have acquired a new
book collection. These books have a couple of unique features. First, they are
all large print for young adults and juveniles. Secondly, the middle school and
high school level books are of high interest but with lower reading levels.

Research has shown that students with various forms of learning difficulties
including, ADD and Dyslexia have an easier time reading books that have
'larger print. Students who are struggling readers may find that it is easier to
focus on the larger print that they would find in these books.- This collection is
varied in topics, so there should be a little something for everyone in the third
through the high school grades.

Funding for this collection was provided for by a grant from the "Community
Libraries in Caring Program;" through the State of Florida.

Please have your children come in and check-out this selection of good books.

These large print collections are located in the literacy area or just ask any of
our staff members to direct you to the large print for young adults and juveniles.

Let's read through the summer!
280750-F


Fewell


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2006


SUWANNEE DEMOCRAP/LIVE OAK~


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FRDA SETME ,20 UANE EORTLV A


FDOE Commissioner John Winn

is keynote speaker at NFCC


NFCC Trustee Brantley
Helvenston attends as
special guest at fall
convocation
Florida Department of Edu-
cation (FDOE) Commissioner
John Winn called North Flori-
da Community College an
outstanding model for other
rural colleges in remarks to re-
turning faculty and staff at the
traditional fall convocation,
Aug. 21. Winn, who began his
education career 30 years ago
as an elementary school
teacher, said he had a special
regard for NFCC faculty and
staff because they were on the
frontlines of providing educa-
tion to many who might other-
wise not have the opportunity.
Classes began Aug. 23.
Attending as a special guest
was Live Oak's Brantly Hel-
venston, a NFCC member of
the board of directors. Suwan-
nee County School Superin-
tendant Walter Boatright Jr.
also a trustee, was unable to
attend.
Winn praised the leadership
of President Morris G. Steen
Jr. and the college in develop-
ing unique partnerships with
area school districts, industry
and the community. He high-
lighted the advances made
through NFCC's Education
Preparation Institute, its new
RN program, and the Green


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NFCC FALL CONVOCATION:
NFCC trustee Brantley Helven-
ston, Live Oak, right, chats
with NFCC President Morris
Steen Jr. and Madison County
School Superintendent Lou
Miller at the NFCC 2006 Fall
Convocation. Photo: Submitted
Industries Institute in Jeffer-
son County.
More than 125 were on
hand to meet and greet Com-
missioner Winn and Florida
Community College Chancel-
lor David Armstrong Jr. Arm-
strong echoed Winn's praises
and said that in his travels
throughout the US, he often
Shares stories about the .ad-
vances of NFCC in reaching
out to students in a: rural set-
ting. Armstrong called the
NFCC campus one of the
most beautiful in the state.
Steen opened the rally with
a "state of the college" report
that included an update on the
construction of a new science


NORTH FLORIDA COMMUNITY
COLLEGE FALL CONVOCATION
2006: Florida Department of
Education Commissioner John
Winn speaks to faculty and
staff at 2006 Fall Convocation
at NFCC. Photo: Submitted
complex and a criminal justice
facility that will house a de-
fensive driving course and in-
door shooting range. Steen
said it was the first entirely
new construction on campus
in 40 years. He also noted new
initiatives, including a build-
ing construction program and
a men's basketball academy.
For more information, con-
tact College Advancement by
calling 850-973-1653 or e-
lmail ne"\ i,'ntcL'.edi.


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All current and prospective Builders Association
members are cordially invited to a special

Suwannee Valley

Builders Association Dinner!
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We hope to.
_see you
There.

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Come early we will have special 1E
one time prices on limited
quantities of DeWalt and Bostitch
equipment.

Learn the advantages of being a
member and enjoy a free dinner
with special equipment pricing!
'~B U IL D E R S
ASSOCIATION

"BUILDING A STRONGER COMMUNITY

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Sept. 30
Sin the
Spirit of the
Suwannee
Music Hall


) Cost is $30 and includes
J" LI a Prime Rib Dinner.
Call 364-1683 for more
information.
fitt Dinner starts at 6 p.m.
JO Show starts at 8 p.m.


UPCOMING


Sept 9
rA t .show Set 16
ILd., KEITH CANTON
and t a p-;i..
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Saturdays on the Suwannee
Sent 23
SHENANDOAH-
S Saturday on the Suwannee









386-364-1683
For complete details and schedule about other events go to:

www.musicliveshere.com



"Wonder-Full Weekend!"


You are invited to see and hear one

of the world's great Christian

Illusionists!


GREG DAVIDSON




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Westwood Baptist Church

920 SW 11th Street

September 8-10

Friday and Saturday at 7:00 PM

Sunday at 10:50 AM and 6:30 PM

Nursery provided for all services. Call 362-1120
for information. All programs are free. 2935 -


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2006


rAff current members and pt
ne'w members to the Builde
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Disaster response
volunteers needed
United Way of Suwannee Valley, in collabo-
ration with American Red Cross and the
Suwannee Valley Community Emergency Re-
sponse Team (CERT) program, is working to
recruit volunteers to assist in disaster re-
sponse. Volunteers are needed as shelter man-
agers, shelter workers, radio systems coordina-
tors and emergency operations center represen-
tatives. Training will be provided. Please con-
tact Vanessa Horman, long-term recovery coor-
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disaster.

Saturday
Sept. 9
Will and Emma
Clark family reunion
The Will and Emma Clark faili\ reunion
will:be held Saturday, Sept. 9 fiim 11 a.mn.-4
p,m. at Claland Baptist Church recreation


center. All relatives and friends of Brian, Lu-
'cius, Cleveland and Ernest Clark, Ola Clark
Baxter and Lottie Clark Sapp are invited to
come and bring a covered dish and drink to
share. Please bring any pictures and historic
information you might have to share with all.
Hope to see you there for lots of fun and fel-
lowship. Info: DoriePeterson, 386-208-5159.

Saturday
Sept. 9
Pregnancy Crisis Center
2006 Walk/Run for Life
Pregnancy Crisis Center will hold its 2006
Walk/Run for Life Saturday, Sept. 9 at Young's
Park, Lake City and Suwannee County Colise-
um, Live Oak; Cost: $10 per:person; Info:
386-755-0058-Lake City, 386-330-2229-Live
Oak.

Saturday
Sept. 9
Neveils/Jowers/Carroll
family reunion
Descendants of William Angus Neveils and


.Annie Jowers of Barnwell S.C. will sponsor
the Neveils/Jowers/Carroll family reunion
from 10 a.m until dark, Saturday, Sept. 9 at
Suwannee River State Park, US 90 West, Live
Oak. All extended relatives and friends are in-
vited to bring a covered dish to share at noon
and everyone is encouraged to bring any histo-
ry, pictures and memorabilia. Info: Bill
Neveils, 706-374-2951, 1133 Spruce Circle,
Mineral Bluff, GA 30559 or Mary Anderson,
386-362-2041, 516 Nabor Ave., SE, Live Oak,
FL 32064.

Saturday
Sept. 9
Brannan-Smith family reunion
The Brannan-Smith family reunion will be
held Saturday, Sept. 9. at Friendship Baptist
Church, Live Oak. Dinner will be served at
12:30 p.m. Bring a covered dish and gifts for a
drawing. This reunion will be dedicated to
'Mertice Smith Croft who supported this re-
Sunion for many years. Bring videos and photos
of past reunions. Directions: From Live Oak
take SR 51 south to CR 3-19. turn left, go two
miles and turn left at church sign onto 140th
Street, go 1/2 mile and church is on right.
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Arrest Record


Editor's note: The Suwannee
Democrat prints the entire ar-
rest record each week. If your
name appears here and you are
later found not guilty or the
charges are dropped, we will be
happy ;,. i'make inoc of this in the
newspaper when judicial prc:.fr
is presented to us by you or the
authorities.
The following abbreviations
are used below:
SCSO-Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office'
LOPD-Live Oak Police De-
partment. .
FDLE-Florida Department of
Law Enforcement.
FHP-Florida Highway Patrol.
SFWC-Florida Wildlife Com-
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mission
DOT-Department. of Trans-
portation
OALE-Office of Agricultural
Law Enforcement
P and P-Probation and Parole
USMS-US Marshals Service
ATF-Department of Alcohol,
Tobacco and Firearms
Sept. 2, Fabian Bele, 22, 132
Horizon Circle, no valid dri-
ver's license, theft, LOPD R.
Shaw.
Sept. 2, Raul Antonio Galin-
do, 28, 1 8511 66th Street, leav-
ing scene of accident involving
death. FHPK. Weaver.
Sept. 2, Javier Anjel Lopez,
19, 1405 ISE Duval St., Lot 11,
no \ alid driver's license; LOPD
J. Rountree.
Sept. 2, David Alamilla Mar-


tinez, 25, Mayo, no valid dri-
ver's license, LOPD J. Roun-
tree.
Sept. 2, Marial Bautista Mar-
tinez, 27, 15759 72nd Place, no
valid driver's license-second of-
fense, SCSO J. Zimmerman.
Sept. 3, James Claude. Strick-
land, 44, Pinetta, battery domes-
tic violence, fleeing'and eluding
law enforcement officer, resist-
ing arrest with violence, SCSO
L. Willis.
Sept. 3, Carmen Anthony Ar-
lofta, 20, Lake City, driving
while license suspended or re-
voked, attached tag not as-
signed, SCSO B. Akey.
Sept. 3. Richard Crandall
Bale-. 53 Wellborn, dri ing un-
der thle influence, LOPD J.
Bates. ...
Sept. 3, Javier Diaz Diaz, 21,
506 Rogers. Street, driving un-
der the influence, no driver's li-
cense, domestic. violence bat-
tery, LOPD F. Gorsky.
Sept. 3, Justin Ramon Free-
man, 19, 612 Irvin Ave., no
valid driver's license, resisting
officer withoutt violence fleeing
and attempting to elude:law en-
forcenent officer, violation of
probation on original charge of
possession of less than 20
grams cannabis, LOPD A.
Land.
Sept. 3, Francisco Perez Gar-
cia, 28, 12910 US 90 West, Lot
62, no valid driver's license,
LOPD C. Kinsey.
Sept. 3, Michael Robert John-


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son,29, 1710 Howard St., grand
theft, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked-second of-
fense. possession of drug para-
pheralia, LOPD K. Davis.
Sept. 3, Stephen Keith Ogles,
20, 13730 92nd Trace, driving
under the influence, SCSO S.
Greaves.
Sept. 3, Andres A. Saniago,
29, Lacrosse,,driving under the
influence, no valid drivers li-
cense, SCSO S. Senea.
Sept. 5, Benny Nicholas Ayz-
ers, 60, Knoxville, Tenn., disor-
derly conduct, SCSO E. Ro-
.driquez..
Sept. 5, Jerry Martin Bar-
wick, 51, Mayo, driving under
the influence, FHP R. McLen-
don. '
Sept. 5, Mark Henry.Kiser IV,
36, 12733 72nd Terr., violation
of probation hold for Georgia, P
and P Blair.
Sept. 5, James Walden
Meredith, 39, Lake Placid, deal-
ing in stolen property (High-
lands County), SCSO E. Ro-
driquez.
Sept. 5, Meliton Martin
Perez, 26, Lake City, sentenced
to 90 daysin county jail on orig-
inal charge of no driver's li-
cense-second offense-two
months, SCSO T. Smith.
Sept. 5, Mauro Ortiz Salinas,
22, 11660 US 129, sentenced to
75 days, SCSO C. Smith.
Sept. 5, Margarito Gureero,
Torres, 34, 19540 7.8th Terr., no
driver's license, SCSO E. Ro-
driquez.
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nation of probation on original Sept. 6, Robert Paul Dudley,
charges of burglary of dwelling. 24, Lundy Lane, driving while
grand theft [II specified proper- license suspended, possession
ty. burglary of a structure, of less than 20 grams cannabis.
SCSO S. Law. LOPD C. Kinsey.
Sept. 5. Wilhian C. \\ills. 24. Sept. 6, Antonio Garcia
9802 191st Rd., violation of Jinunez. 23, Ne\\'bemr, failure
probation on original charge of to appear on ongmnal charge of
grand theft (Lafayette County), no valid driver's license. SCSO
P and P Holton, ,. S. Law.
SSept. 5, Donna Renea Sept. 6, Christopher Joseph
Wooten, 21, 502 Church Street, Perry, 19, 3638 CR 795, con-
violation of probation on origi- tempt of'court sentenced to 10
nal charges of no valid driver's days, SCSO J: Law.
license, affray, SCSO S. Law. Sept. 6, Enrique Perez Ro-
Sept. 6, Terry Lavon Bing, driquez. 30, 1613 189th Road,
18, 1012 Railroad St., juvenile failure to appear on original
pick-up order for violation of charges of criminal mischief,
probatoi on original charge of disorderly conduct. SCSO S. St.
aggravated battery, LOPD W. John.
IKelly. ",;..:.,,..: Sept. 6. Angela Lyn Tackett,
Sept. 6, Eric James Cooks, 26, Mayo, attempt to obtain
33, 1204 Railroad St., banerx controlled substance by fraud,
domestic violence, SCSO T. SCSO.T. Lee


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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


BIBLE VERSE

"For the LORD is good; His mercy
is everlasting; and His truth en-
dureth to all generations."
Psalm 100:5

umwannee rmofrrat
MYRA C. REGAN Members of the Suwannee
Publisher Democrat editorial board are Myra
C. Regan, publisher, and Susan K
SUSAN K. LAMB Lamb, managing editor. Our
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County was pretty light for the pri-
mary election this week. Approxi-
mately 25 percent of the voters in
Suwannee County cast their ballots, I
was the first person to vote at my
precinct, which was a first for me. Di-
ane and I have always voted at the
same time in the past. We usually
went after school. We jokingly say BY SONNY
that we were block voting in casting
our ballots at the same time. We felt we had a greater influ-
ence on the results by voting together. I congratulate the win-
ners and commend those that were not successful for your in-
terest, efforts and desire to serve your government and your
fellow citizens.
Next week our nation will again remember the 9/11
tragedy. This cowardly attack on our nation continues to
bum deep in the hearts and souls of Americans. It serves as a
continuous reminder that this nation must be constantly vig-
ilant, strong and prepared to guard against attacks on our
people and our democratic way of life. God bless America.
Suwannee County and the city of Live Oak suffered their
own 9/11 tragedy back in 1964. Hurricane Dora dumped 18
inches of rain on our county over the three day period of Sept.
10, 11, and 12. Much of the rain came within a 24-hour peri-
od. I can vividly remember the torrents of rain that fell dur-
ing that time. The city of Live Oak literally went under water.
In looking at the pictures of this event, it is hard to believe
that the flood could be as extensive as it was. Those of us that
were around then, \ery -wel remember the destruction that
was- caused by the flood. It took many days for the waters to
recede.and weeks for the clean-up. Assistance from state and
federal agencies was immediate. President Lyndon Jol-sofo
visited Florida to view the devastation in the state and talked,
via the phone, with officials and others' that gathered at the
Coliseum in Live.Oak. President Johnson expressed his sym-
pathy and pledged federal, aid and assistance. The schools
were among the hardest hit by the storm. As a result of the'
storm, a sinkhole developed under the Suwannee High
School building and seriously damaged the structure of the
building to the point it was unsafe for classes'to be conduct-
ed there. Temporary classes, were set up in the National
Guard Armory and First Baptist Church. I attended classes in
both of these buildings. I am putting together a. display of pic-
tures, newspaper articles and other information that will be
displayed in the lobby of the City Hall. Pictures are courtesy
of Paul Langford Jr. Other information is from the personal
file of Mr. J. L. McMullen which he has so graciously shared
\\ith me. I encourage you to come by and view this informa-
ton. If you were not around then, you will be especially in-
terested in this display' and amazed at what you see.
While at City Hall, take a look at the collection of paintings
that were so graciously donated by local resident and art col-
lector, John Crapps. This is one of the finest collections of
paintings that can be found anywhere. I'm sure that some art
museums would be envious of the paintings we have on ex-
hibit. Some of the paintings are of scenes and topics that re-
quire no imagination. Several are certainly open for some se-
rious interpretation by the observer. Several months ago, it
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'9S and visitors as a "must see" in our
community. I am working towards
R making our art collection an attraction
for our community.
Diane and I attended the reception
and open house for the new Suwan-
nee Elementary School last week. It is
a wonderful facility and a source of
pride for everyone in our community.
I'm sure many bright scholars will re-
ceive some of their early education


there and go on to bigger and better things in the future. One
thing, among many, that school officials are very proud of is
the completion of the building on schedule and below bud-
get. I commend everyone for their efforts.
I hope you had a pleasant Labor Day. Many did not. Last
Friday, the Live Oak Fire Department responded to six, auto-
mobile accidents in the city on that one day. Several serious
injuries resulted from these accidents. In August, the depart-
ment responded to 24 accidents which-involved 47 people. In
this hustle and bustle world, we are all'in a hurry. I find my-
self hurrying from one place or event to another. I have to tell
myself, "self, slow down and take it easy." Tell yourself to
take it easy, slow down and as always, wear those seat belts.
The Council approved and I signed the contract for the pur-
chase of the Daniel's Funeral Home building. As with the
purchase of the Mercantile Bank building for the police de-
partment, this purchase was a wise and far-sighted move by
the Cith Council. This building will take care of the need for
additional space in years to come. This purchase will save the
citizens.of Live Oak a tremendous amount of money in.the
future. As land and building co-sts increase in the future: these
costs will not be passed on to the residents in that the cost for
additional space has already been taken- care of. Also, all.
buildings will be adjacent to each other which will provide
greater convenience to the public. No running from here to
there. I recognize and commend the Council for this far-
sighted and money saving move. I'll giveyou more specifics
on the purchase later as ,apace permits.
County and city officials, along with other business and
community leaders, attended the grand opening of Lowe's
this w\-eek. Ouir conimmunity Welcomes the additional jobs and
taxes that this business brings to our county and city. The
* building of a nationally recognized business such as Lowe's
serves as a magnate in attracting other businesses to locate
'here. It is our goal at City Hall to encourage and make.it eas-
ier for new businesses to come to our area. Please. support
your local businesses with your shopping dollars. In buying
locally, the sales taxes you pay on your purchases stays in
Suwannee Counth and not in the county where the purchase
is made. The more business locally, the greater the need for
more jobs in the future. Do your shopping at home whenev-
er possible. It pays off for everyone.
I wish all you grandparents a happy Grandparents Day.on
Sept: 10. Today, the extended family is more and more im-
portant in the raising of children than ever before. Grandpar-
ents play an ever increasing role in helping with nurturing of
their grandchildren. Many grandparents serve as the prima-
ry care-giiers for their grands. Hang in their grandparents,
you'll get them raised one day, A hug, a thank you and
maybe a little "suggie" will be in order for grandparents.


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Please address letters to:
Letters To The Editor, Suwannee Democrat,
PO Box 370, Live Oak, FL 32064.
Please include your name, full address and daytime
phone number. We ask this so we can varify your letter
and discuss any questions about it with you.


By William B. Ketter
CNHI News Service

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. In this age of the blogos-
phere, journalists need a clear eye and a sure foot to walk
that narrow line between reporting the news and advocating
*about it. There's increasing temptation to cross the line, giv-
en the proliferation of cyberspace commentary camouflaged
as news.
Nearly everybody, of course, has opinions about the news.
That includes reporters and editors. But they are trained to
set aside their personal sentiments and play it straight. Fair-
ness, balance and accuracy are supposed to be their guiding
principles.
In cyberspace, that's the exception instead of the rule.
Blogs and other. fdrms of conversation on the Web, by their
untamed nature, tend toward partisan speculation, assump-
tion and bias. Credibility doesn't seem to matter.
Yet blogs are growing in popularity, reports James Gentry,
dean of journalism at the University of Kansas. He told a
seminar I attended at the Society of Professional Journalists
convention in Chicago last week that a new blog is created
almost every second.
The aggregate number of blogs on the Web is now in the
30 million range, reports Gentry. That compares with about
10,000 daily and weekly U.S. newspapers, and a like number
of radio, television and cable outlets that provide at least
some news.
"The business is changing right before your eyes," said
Gentry. "Ordinary members of the public are turning into
photographers and reporters. It is a world of mine, yours
and ours."
This do-it-yourself journalism is practiced with camera
phones, digital recorders and keyboards connected to the In-
ternet. Everything from pet pictures to the sounds of the war
in Iraq can be found on blogs. The vast majority are simply
stream-of-consciousness text ramblings on general and spe-
cial-interest topics.
Academics have labeled it "citizen journalism," and warn-
ings that it could further fragment the media market have
moved many news organizations to create their own blogs.
They are seen as another way to provide news and improve
communication with the communities they seek to serve. A


newspaper in Madison, Wis., for example, even allows its
readers to select stories for the next day's front page.
Starting a blog is easy. No expensive newsprint, press or
federal broadcast license is required. Only a computer and
software that permits instant interactivity. Search engines
can attract participants, especially if the blog is easy to use
and features clever information.
The problem is the quality of the information. Much of it is
second and third hand, and has not been checked out. It is
also usually presented with a point of view.
That worries veteran journalists like David Broder, the na-
tional political correspondent and columnist, for The Wash-
ington Post. Speaking recently at a public affairs conference
in upstate New York, he said blogs and stories that spring up
on them are often not verified. -
"It is very easy to convince yourself that when you are sit-
ting at the desk, punching keys on your computer, you are
reporting. But you have to remind'yourself that's not.what
reporting is," said Broder.
"Reporting involves getting up off your chair, getting on
your feet, going out to where things are happening, looking
with your own eyes, listening with your own ears, asking
your own questions, forming your impressions, and then
coming back and trying to collect (make sense out of) what
you have gathered. And then put it together in story form.
That's what reporting is."
Surprisingly, there is an informal code of ethics for blog-
gers. It was created by the Web site cyberjournalist.net and
modeled after the Society of Professional Journalists code. It
implores bloggers to be "honest and fair," and when pub-
lishing questionable information, "make it clear it's in
doubt."
But how do you get bloggers, most of whom have no
grounding in journalism, on 30 million sites to comply?
You don't. That's why it is important that professional
journalists who blog not get co-opted by the colorations of
this form of communication. For the good of the news busi-
ness, we need to hold the line between fact-based news and
sensationalized speculation. And we need to do more of the
kind of reporting that David Broder recommends.
William B. Ketter is editor-in-chief of the Eagle-Tribune newspa-
pers. Contact him at bketter@eagletribune.com.
Copyright (c) 1999-2006 cnhi, inc.


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"MAKING IT IN




NASHVILLE"


Keep reading the

Suwannee Democrat

to find out how you can

win a trip to Nashville

to see the CMA Awards

with Kyle.


Editor's Note: This is part four in "Mak-
ing it in Nashville" a six-part series written
from the perspective of an up-and-coming
country music artist trying to make his way
in the Nashville music scene. The artist's
name is Kyle Wyley, and he's a hometown
boy from New'Mexico who's trying to live
his dream of becoming a nationally ac-
claimed musician and songwriter.
Kyle Wyley has come a long way since he
first came to Nashville six years ago, bent


One step
on pursuing his goal of a country music ca-
reer. Now on the verge of releasing his sec-
ond album, he's closer to achieving that
dream than ever.
But Kyle is quick to note that he couldn't
have made it this far without the love and
support of his parents and older siblings
back home-or the lessons he learned while
growing up on the family ranch in tiny Clay-
ton, New Mexico.
For example, he recalls how at age 12, he


at a time
and a friend spent a week building a fence.
They were in a rush to finish, and didn't do
a very good job. "I just wanted to get done'
and out of the heat," he explains. "I wanted
'to sit in the shade, go jump in the creek and
cool off and have fun with my friends."
The result? "That fence was crooked as a
snake," he says. "I had to tear it back down
and start all over, because it wasn't done
right." Since then, Kyle has always proceed-
ed carefully. When he moved to Nashville in


2000, he set about building his career step
by step, making sure each piece was in its
proper place-just like that old fence.
Still, he admits, he's eager to move for-
ward. "I am getting anxious," he admits.
"I'm keeping my eyes to the ground and my.
ears wide open, because there's no telling
what the next step is gonna be."
Keep reading the Suwannee Democrat to
find out how you can win a trip to Nashville
to see the CMA Awards with Kyle.


PITCHING IN:
Jonathan Blaid,
10, lelt, ot Live jOak,
helps tihe Live Oak
Fire Depaltiient
iause rnoney for the
Musculri Dysh lphy
Assoc ation Friday
ja Wal-Mari during
the annu.il MDA
Boot Diive.
Accepting the
donation is
Sutannee County'
Fire'Rescue member
Charlie Conner
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JERRY'S KIDS:
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Boot Drive.
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donation.
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The Big Comfy Couch to perform at Wild Adventures Sept. 9


Loonette, the lovable clown girl and her
doll Molly from the beloved preschool fa-
vorite The Big Comfy Couch, will be com-
ing back by popular demand to Georgia Pub-
lic Broadcasting (GPB) this September. To
celebrate their return, "The Big Comfy
Couch-Live on Stage" will perform at Wild
Adventure Park's Kidzpalooza on Saturday,
Sept. 9 and Sunday, Sept. 10.
"We're thrilled The Big Comfy Couch is
returning to our weekday programming line-
up," said GPB programming manager
Gillian Gonda. ''Loonette and Molly and.all
The Big Comfy Couch characters are loved
by children throughout our viewing area:
And now with the show's new focus on
healthy living, it is a perfect fit for our Geor-
gia Public Broadcasting PBS Kids sched-
ule!"
- The Big Comfy Couch just released its
seventh season with new episodes designed
to appeal to today's generation of preschool-
ers and their parents. The episodes address
concerns about childhood
obesity by encouraging
healthy living and eating
habits. New segments include
a cooking show with Granny
Garbanzo and a dance school
with Major Bedhead.
The four live show perfor-
mances on'Sept. 9 and 10 will
feature Loonette, Molly,
Granny Garbanzo, Major
Bedhead, and their other
friends .who will invite
preschoolers to sing, dance
and learn through a variety of
fun and educational activities.
Children take a trip into
Clowntown where they take
part in the Festival of Wiggles
and Giggles and Goofy


The Covenant (PG-13) 1:00 I 4:00 I 7:40 10:00
Crank (R) 1:50 I 4:50 17:10 I 9:50
The Wicker Man (PG-13) 1:10 I 4:10 I 7:30 110:20
Idlewild (R) 1:20 I 4:20'17:20 1 10:10
Barnyard: The Original
Party Animals (PG) 1:40 I 440 I 7:00 I 9:40
Talladega Nights: The Ballad ol
Ricky Bobby (PG-13) 1:30 4:30 I 7:0 1 10:30
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costumes and characters sure to entertain.
The show involves audience participa-
tion, innovative puppetry, original songs
and just plain fun activities that promote
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tributed in the US by Amity
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with presenting station
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Police Department (LOPD).
Mercer also struck the build-
ing to the right side of
Robinson's vehicle.
Mercer, Robinson and .
Robinson's passenger, Lavo-
nia Jackson Robinson, of
Mayo, sustained non-inca-
pacitating injuries, LOPD
said.
Debbie Dukette Maulden,
Wellborn, and Delaina Marie
Wilson, Wellborn, were both
sitting at desks inside of the.
wall in Jordan Agency
where the vehicles made im-
pact with the building. Both
Maulden and Wilson sus-
tained non-incapacitating in-


juries from the accident,
LOPD said.
All injured were taken to
Shands at Live Oak by am-
bulance to be treated.
A bystander witnessed
Mercer turning onto Howard
Street from Lee Ave heading
west, according to LOPD.
The witness said Mercer was.
.weaving before he hit
Robinson, LOPD said.
LOPD Officer Keith
Davis, who investigated the
accident, said Mercer was
confined to a wheelchair.
Davis said Mercer had some
car tires in the passenger
seat, which impaired his
ability to control the vehicle.
Davis said a combination


of Mercer's medical condi-
tions and the obstruction of
the tires in Mercer's vehicle
caused the accident.
Davis said Mercer was is-
sued citations for driving
with a license suspended or
revoked and for careless dri-
ving. Mercer's license was
revoked on Aug. 30 for fail-
ure to submit a required
medical report, Davis said.
Mercer's vehicle had
$5,000 worth of damage.
Robinson's vehicle had
$2,000 in damages. The
wreck caused $8,000 in
damages to Jordan Insurance
Agency. : .
All vehicle occupants
were wearing seatbelts.


Multiple


Continued From Page 1A

about 3:30 a.m. Sept. 2 at
the same station, officers at
the eastbound station on I-
10 searched.a tractor trailer
headed for Miami because
of what they believed were
irregularities in its bill of
lading and found it was
hauling more than
$100,000 in over-the-
counter medicines stolen


From Cold Springs, Nevada
three weeks ago. Both oc-
cupants of the truck are co-
operating and have not /
been charged at this time,
the FDA said in a press re-
leased.
A third incident happened
on Interstate 95 in Nassau
County. This incident,
which took place at about 4
a.m. Sept. 2 on the south-
bound side of 1-10, re-


vealed that a tractor-trailer
stolen in Mecklandburg,
North Carolina last week
was hauling canned goods
and other non-perishable
items to the Miami area,
EDA said. Both occupants,
Ronny Lee Wynn and his
cousin, Tyron Wynn, were
both arrested on grand theft
charges and booked into
the Nassau County Jail, ac-
cording to the FDA.


Good


Continued From Page 1A

rated very high in all three
dimensions, and is one of
only two nursing homes in


north central Florida that
made the top 10 percent
list.
The Village is proud of
GSC's.legacy of quality


care and is committed to
continuing to offer quality
services and compassionate
care for generations'to
come.


Ride for

The Ride for Hospice will
take place Sunday, Sept. 10
to benefit Haven Hospice.
Motorcycle riders will meet
at Smitty's Western Store,
on US 90 four miles from I-
75, at 10 a.m. to sign up.
Riders will depart for Cedar




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Hospice
Key at 11 a.m. The ride will
take about two hours. Sign-
up cost is $25 per motorcy-
cle or $35 for a couple on
one motorcycle. Or you can
sponsor a bike or simply
make a donation. Every dol-
lar raised will be matched.
The ride is co-
sponsored by
Smitty's and Co-
lumbia County
Cycles. Call 386-
755-2668 or 386-
758-9811 for more
information.


OBITUARIES


hospital.
Daniels Funelial Homes,
Inc. is in charge of all arrange-
ments.









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children and adults of all ages.
Each yeat the Walk/Run for
Life is the main fund-raiser
and pro- Ides the main source
of revenue annually.
Last yearithe centers helped
almost 1,000 women. They
operate 100 percent from pri-
vate donations.
The centers offer a faith-
based ministry to reach out to
women and babies in crisis
sil-alions The\ provide
young mothers with maternity
clothes. babs clothes. cribs,.
carr seats and hi h chairs
among other items. They give
free pregnancy tests, counsel-
ing and education about the
development of unborn ba-
bies. Women are-encouraged.
to view videos that'teach
about abortion procedures and
baby development.
Referrals for abortions are
not given, but the centers pro-


vide information about adop-
tion and offer mothers support
for having their baby.
The centers also provide
training sessions for women
who are post-abortive, which
helps women cope with Post
Abortion Syndronie (PAS) in
an unobtrusive and confiden-
tial environment.
All services are free of
charge and completely confi-
dential.
Participants can pick up a
registration formfor the
walk/run at local churches or
at the Live Oak Center at 1121
Piedmont St. or the Lake City
Center at 227 S. W. Columbia
Ave. Participants are encour-
aged to obtain forms soon to
get as many sponsors as possi-
ble and/or get extras to give to,
friends, family and co-work-
ers.
For more information, call
330-2229 in Live Oak or 755-
0058 in Lake City.


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WALK ING TO SAVE LIVES: Last year many participated in the
Pregnancy CrisisCenters' Walk/Run.:This year's event is set for
Sept. 9 at 9 a.m. at the Suwarinee County Coliseum in Live Oak
and Young's Park in Lake City. Registration begins at 8 a.m. -
Photo: Vanessa Fultz


Louis A. "Lou" Lager Jr.
Ajr.1 30'2'935-
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Louis A. "Lou" Lager
Jr., 71, our beloved
husband and father-
of Live Oak, Fla., passed
away Wednesday, Sept. 6,
2,006 in North Florida Region-
al Medical Center in
Gainesville, after a short ill-
ness. He moved to Live Oak
from Sarasota in 1992, retired
after 33 years with Coca-Cola
Enterprise, Sarasota, graduat-
ed from Seabreeze High
School in Daytona and played
baseball with the Cleveland
Indians. He was of Catholic
faith, attended First Baptist
Church in Live Oak and was a
member of the "Over-the-Hill
Gang" at Suwannee Country
Club in Live Oak.
Survivors include his wife
of 53 years, Sue Lager of Live
Oak; four daughters, Laura
(Terry) Kelly and Julie (Jeff)
Hackney, both of Live Oak,
Valerie (Bill) Spitler of Sara-
sota and Annie (Mike) Gior-
dano of Tampa; one son, Kei-
th Lager of Live Oak; one sis-
ter, Margaret Seaborn of Day-
tona Beach; two brothers,
Willie Lager of Daytona
Beach and Tom Lager of Tal-
lahassee; 13 grandchildren;
and 9 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
conducted at 2 p.m., Saturday,
Sept. 9 in Daniels Memorial
Chapel with the Rev. Fred
Watson officiating. Interment
will follow inLive Oak Ceme-
tery.
Visitation will be from 6-8
p.m., today, Friday, Sept. 8 in
Daniels Funeral Home in Live
Oak.
Daniels Funeral Homes,
Inc. of Live Oak is in charge
of all arrangements.


DEATH NOTICE


Angel Frances Caudill
Sept. 2, 2006 -
Sept. 2, 2006

ngel Frances Caudill,
Infant, passed 'away
Saturday, Sept. 2,
2006 in Shands at Live Oak


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NK( invites fifth-eiehth grades to Children's Theater Sept. 15


Caribbean Sound
performs educational
music program for students
Make your reservations
now for the North Florida
Community College (NFCC)
Children's Theater. NFCC
welcomes Caribbean Sound
Steel Pan and World Music
Ensemble to the Van H. Priest
Auditorium stage on Friday,
Sept. 15 for, an educational
music program for fifth-eighth


grade students. The show
"Pan by Storm" will be of-
fered at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
on Sept. 15 at NFCC on the
campus in Madison. Reserva-
tions are required and can be
made by calling 850-973-
1613.
Caribbean Sound's "Pan by
Storm" performance is an edu-
cational and amusing look at
the history behind steel drums
beginning with the discovery
of Trinidad and Tobago by


Christopher Columbus in
1498 to the present. The show
features a storyteller and the
enchanting sounds of African
drumming and rhythms; bottle
and spoon bands of the early
1900s; the Tamboo Bamboo
bands; metal bands using
buckets, tins, and break
drums; the Pan Around The
Neck steel drums from the
1950s; and the modem steel
drum. This exciting historical
journey of the steel pan is ap-


proximately 50 minutes in
-length and features costumes
and stage props.
An educational study guide
is available and provides in-
formation on the history and
culture of steel drums as well
as questions and enrichment
activities for students. The
study guide is available to
download at www.nfcc.edu,
keyword Children's Theater,
or by calling the NFCC Col-
lege Advancement Office it


850-973-1613.
Caribbean Sound
features the talents of
a four-member
group from Jack-
sonville, Barry i
Olsavsky, Mike
Wilson, Sean
Tarleton and.
Danny Stimpson
who have been
performing around
the United States
since 1986. For more in-


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Admission is $2 per person.
Area schools, home-schools
and parents are invited to
bring their fifth-eighth grade
students and children. Call
now, seats are limited and
reservations are required. For,
more information call 850-
973-1613 or visit
www.nfcc.edu, keyword Chil-
dren's Theater. The perfor-
mance is sponsored in part by
the State of Florida, Depart-
ment of State, Division of
Cultural Affairs, the Florida
Arts Council, and the National
Endowment for the Arts.

"Jazz in the

Mansion" music
scholarship

fund-raiser set

for Sept. 10
Several area musicians will
perform a benefit concert at the
Wardlaw-S in i h-Goza Confer-
ence" Center (The Mansion) on
Sunday, Sept. 10 to benefit the
North Florida Community Col-
lege Foundation music scholar-
ship. Entitled "Jazz in the Man-
sion" the concert begins at 3
p.m. and includes a special af-
temrnoon of jazz, pop classicss
and refreshments:
"NFCC's music scholarship
fund-raiser is sure to please
music fans," said NFCC Music
Director Dr. Rebecca Burkart.
Featured vocalists Janis
Courson of Jefferson County
and Betsy Gray of Leon Coun-
ty will perform such great hits
as "Falling in Love With
Love," "Where or When," "In
the Still of the Night" and "I've
Got You Under My Skin." Join-
ing voices, the two will sing
Jesu" from Andrew Lloyd
Webber's Requiem that was
made famous by Charlotte
Church. Featured instrumental-
ists are Tom Fico, drums
(Madison); Tom Phillips, trum-
pet (Madison); Marcus Hol-
comb, bass guitar (Madison);
and Rebecca Burkart, piano
(Jefferson). The instiumental-
ists will accompany the singers
as well as play a few jazz
pieces.
Fund-raiser tickets are $15
per person. Checks can be
made to NFCC Foundation
Music Scholarship Fund.
Scholarships will be awarded
to NFCC music students who
participate in the Sentinel
Singers and Jazz Ensemble stu-
dent performance groups.
NFCC serves students from
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette,
Madison, Suwannee and Taylor
counties and beyond.
"Come spend a fun and en-
tertaining Sunday afternoon
with us and support the NFCC
music program," said Dr.
Burkart.
For more information, con-
tact Dr. Rebecca Burkart at
850-973-1643 or e-mail
BurkartR@nfcc.edu.

WHO: North Florida Com-
munity College Foundation
WHAT: "Jazz in the'Man-
sion" scholarship fund-raiser
concert
WHEN: 3 p.m., Sunday,
Sept. 10
WHERE: Wardlaw-Smith-
Goza Conference Center, US
90, Madison
COST: $15 donation per
person
CONTACT: Dr. Rebecca
Burkart, 850-973-1643 or
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The first Sunday after Labor Day isn't just a
av to mourn the end of summer. It marks Na-
Stonal Grandparents Day (this Sunday, Sept.
: 10). a day set aside to honor grandparents and
help children become aware of the benefits
of having grandparents in their lives.

PAPA LOVES THE BABY: Those words echo
though the home of grandparents Paul and Helen
Cochran each time the family gathers for special
celebrations of family ties and family love. In this
photo Paul Cochran holds, his great-grandson
Dillan Hillwig and says those four .words that really
say, "I love you" to the newest generation of family
members. Grandparents Day, this Sunday, Sept. 10 is a
day to honor grandparents and cultivate bonds
that will last.a lifetime. Photo submitted


Remind grandparents about Medicare rights
In 1978, President Jimmy Carter de-. ries. When provider skilled services families to know how to use them,"
cared that National.Grandparents Day end, Medicare beneficiaries must be said Mary Wright, Senior Project Co-
would be celebrated every year on the given a notice telling them about their ordinator of Beneficiary Protection for
1' first Sunday after Labor pay. The idea appeal rights. Upon receipt of this no- FMQAL
behind the holiday began with a house- tice, they may call FMQA,- the So this year on Sept. 10, give your.
wife in West Virginia who wanted to Medicare Quality Improvement Orga- grandparents a hug. And remind them
bring awareness to the plight of lonely nization for Florida, for a fast review about their Medicare rights.
senior citizens in nursing homes. so that there is no interruption in ser- About FIQ.A FMAQAI is the
Medicare is concerned that seniors vices. FMQAI. as part of the Medicare Medicare Quality Imnpiveineti Orga-.
who are receiving care from skilled program, will make the final decision nization (QIO) for Florida. FAMQAI is
nursing facilities, home. health agen- if services such.as .physical therapy.. federally funded under contract \ithi .
cies, and hospice know and understand occupational therapy, and vounid care' the Centers for MeticarE & AMedicaid
their rights. In order to protect the should continue. .. Services (CAIS). To learn nmorc about
most vulnerable citizens, Medicare has "Medicare beneficiaries have'rights FMQAI; visit oar' r wb si.i ati '
put in place protections for beneficia- and it' is important for them and their ,n \'.'finlai.cim.


Maxwell


Continued From Page 1A


In the District 3 School
Board race, incumbent Julie
Ulmer handily' \ on re-elec-
tion, beating her only chal-
lenger, Dan Nlarsee
S In the District 4 School
Board race, current School-
Board member Barbara
Ceryak is retiring in Novem-
ber and did not seek re-elec-
tion. Former school adminis-
trator James Cooper and
_ Wellbom.resident Jane
Lowe, who is a teacher, won
the top slot. in this non-par-
di: sa, r,a;, ang g, meet No,.
7 for the 'ypier .,decide ,.
0p Who will represent that area..
Candidate for the seat Ed
daSilva was eliminated in


this tight race Sept. 5 by the
voters.
The winner ofboth school
board races will take office
in late November.,
. State:i ide..M achia Sena-
tor Rod Smith (D) made a,
serious run for governor but
lost to Tampa Democratic
US representative e Jim Davis.
In the Republican race,
Florida Atorne\ General put
a whipping on Florida Chief
Financial Officer Tom Gal-
lagher, putting him in the.
race against Davis on the
Nov. 7 for governor.
In the race for Florida At-
torney General. Denioc i at
Walter "Skip" Campbell will
square off against Republi-
can Bill McCollum, former


congressman from nOrlando
on the Nov. ballot. Crist
currently holds that position.
Republican Tom Lee will
square off against Democrat'
Ale' Sink in November for
the Chief Financial Officer
seat being vacated by Gal-
lagher.
In the US Senate race, Re-
publican Congresswoman
Katherine Harris won the
right to face off with incum-
bent Democratic Senator Bill
Nelson in the general elec-
tion in November.
Republican Da\ id Pope
will face Democrat Debbie
Bo.-d i No\ember.as heeyv
seek the District 11 State
Representative seat now held
by Dwight Stansel.


Suwmannee County Super-.
visor of Elections Glenda
W\illiams said of the 23.410.
registered voters in die coun-
.y. only 6.397 or 27.33 per-
cent, turned out to vote Sept.
5. "
There were 609 early vot-
ers and 1,096 absentee bal-
lots, Williams said.


Marian Lucille Hemdon McQuade, a West Virginia housewife
with 15 children, 40 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren,
Initiated grandparents Day! In 1970, McQuade sought to set aside
a special day just for grandparents. After an intense lobbying ef-
fort in 1973, West Virginia became the first state with a Grand-
parents Day. (Originally held m May, the date was shifted to Sep-
tember because May was crowded with other holidays and be-
.cause the time of year would signify the "autumn years of life.")
It was proclaimed nationally by President Jimmy Carter in 1978
and observed nationwide for the first time in 1979.
Regardless of how you celebrate the day, be sure to do some-
thing It will not only strengthen your relationship, it will culti-
,vate a bond that will last a lifetime.

Grandparents Day is September 1.0


Continued From Page 1A

community.
* Learn about the family's
ancestral roots. Fill out a
family tree, or videotape a
grandparent discussing the
history of the family legacy..
*Get cooking in the
kitchen.. Grandparefits can
teach kids how to make a
farhily recipe, whether it is
Grandma's apple pie or
Grandpa's special chicken.
Share a hobb\. For ex-
ample, buy some clay and
make something together. or
go to a ballgame at a local
ballpark or stadium.
Encourage children to
inter- ,iev grandparents
about their lives. Then
record the stories in a jour-
nal to share with other ,
grandchildren and the rest of
the family.
Grandparents and grand-
children can label old family
photos together. Grandpar-
ents can share funny or .
memorable stories about an-
cestors. ,
Grandchildren can write
a song, poem or story about


their grandparents. Tech-
savvy family members can
hop online to design a fami-
ly Web site. ,
Host a family reunion to
celebrate grandparents and
their contributions to the en-
tire family. Hold contests
like who is the oldest, who
has the same birthday, etc.
Play a game together.
Ganies like checker,. chess,
Monopoly or Scrabble are
generational classics. Or you
cap. try to learn a new, board
game or computer game that
you can play together.
Take children to visit se-
nior citizens in a nursing
home. Eat lunch with them
or read them a story. Even a
senior citizen %w ith grand-
children will be happy to see
the smiling face of another
child.
With these and other ac-
tivities, grandparents learn a
thing or two about the joy of
grandparening, and grand-
children and grandparents
alike can explore their roots
and enjox the happiness that.
comes from spending time
\\ ith family.


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K-9 unit visits SES


Vanessa Fultz
Democrat Reporter

Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office K-9
Unit Deputy Brian
Barrs visited
Suwannee Elemen-
taty School recently
to talk with students
about his drug dog,
Skeeter.
Teachers Megan
Musgrove, Peggy
Musgrove, Mandy
Ramsey, Staci
Greaves, Connie
Leavitt and Can-
dance Plymel asked
Barrs to do a presen-
tation to enhance a
teaching lesson.
Third-grade
teacher Megan Mus-
grove said the six
teachers read in the
classroom "Officer
Buckle and Gloria
Buckle," a story
about an officer that
goes .to the school
and talks to children
about safety.
"The kids are all
bored until he brings
his dog," she said.
"The dog demon-
strates e' er\ thing
the officer tells the
children about safe-
t\. It's really\ a cute
story.
Barrs told stu-
dents though his dog
helps find drugs.
Skeeter thinks sihe is
just playing fetch.
He demonstrated
Skeeter's abilities
by letting the dog
sniff a bag of "mari-
juana.' He then hid
the bag and archeded
the dog successful
retrieve it.
Barrs explained
that Skeeter re-
sponds to his ;oice
and hand signal.. He
demonstrated by
speaking to the dog
and \va\ ing his hand
to cue her for differ-
ent tasks
After questions,
Barrs showed stu-
dents the back in-
side of his car %here
the dog eats and
sleeps. Students
were also allowed to
pet the dog during
the event.


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Brian Barrs
demonstrates
how his
drug dog,
Skeeter
takes cues
by hand
signals.
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SES teacher

awarded $3,000

grant for
Accelerated

Reader quizzes
Submitted by Suwanneel
Elementary School Assistant
Principal.'Curriculum'
Coordinator Stevan K. Bass
Suwannee Elementary
School ,second grade teacher
Lesley Fry .recently wrote and
submitted a grant proposal to
Suwannee Foundation for Ex-
cellence in Education to' pur-
chase 53.0i.i) of Accelerated
Reader (AR) quizzes for SES
students.
She did an outstanding job!
Fry received the grant and SES
students will benefit greatly!
When you see her, tell her
thanks for all of her hard work
on t riting'the grant!
Thanks also to Tammy
Michal (even though she does-
n't know it!), we "re-wrote" her
song ,and sang the following
song before Fry's speech:
This AR is your AR,
this AR is my AR,
We read together,
we test together,
This AR was made
for you and me!
The grant was awarded by
.Su%%annee Foundation for Ex-
cellence to enhance the Accel-
erated Reader Program. The
idea behind this is students read
books: within their "Zone of
Proximal Deelopnent" which
is really a reading level. The
students then take a quiz on the
computer about the book they
just read. The/computer keeps
up with the points .the students
accunimuilate and'over time, the
points are all banked,:then a cel-
ebration is held for students
who ha'. e achie\ ed a goal set by
both the teacher and the student.
Within the year, students'
reading skills increase, the zone
of proximal development
changes :and the reading levels
of the stidenis go up,
The STAR Readtng Test is
given at least three rimes during
the year to measure ,the stu-
dents' reading level growth
Thanks to Fry SES teachers
'will now liave a wider array of
quizzes to give to students.
SES Media Specialist Windy
Gamble and :SES 'Reading
Coaches Veronica Daquila and
Judy Dees are also very instru-
mental in the Accelerated Read-
er Program.
For more information, con-
tact any of these staff members
regarding Reading Renaissance
and the Accelerated Reading
,Program.


SES STARS grant d


es


signed to


.strer

Submitted by Suwannee
Elementary School Assistant
Principal Stevan Bass
Suwannee Elementary
School. Principal Lila
Goodgame UDell was recent-
ly awarded a $3,000- grant by
the National Association of
Elementary School Principals
(NAESP) and MetLife Foun-
dation to develop ways to ac-
tively involve parents and
community members with
their local schools. UDell was
one of 30 principals nation-
wide who received a grant'
through the Sharing the
Dream program, an initiative
created to help principals
build closer relationships be-
tween schools and communi-
ties. Awards were based on
need, the creativity of the
plan, and the commitment to
program evaluation
"We are excited about this
opportunity to further engage
our .parents and community
members in ways that will
help our children .become
more successful," said UDell.
UDell and her staff will use
the grant and a resource tool
kit provided by NAESP to de-
velop and evaluate a project
during the 2006-07, school
year. The project is called


igthen

STARS: Study, Try, Achieve
and Read to Succeed. Their
goal is to open the .school
every Tuesday and Thursday
night giving parents and stu-
dents the opportunity to come
in and use the computers as
well as visit the Parent Re-
source Room. Plans are to
purchase as many resources
as possible with this grant for
the Parent Resource Center.
They will also use these
funds to purchase door prizes
for parents and incentives for
the students who attend to
better their reading, math,
writing and science skills and
scores. In addition, they will.
focus on ways to reduce the
number of tardiness, ab-
sences, discipline referrals,
playground injures and be-
havior incidents that impede
student progress. As a conse-
quence of the doors being'
open two nights a week, stu-
dents learning will increase,
FCAT scores will improve
and students will be safer.
"Principals are critical in
establishing and maintaining
strong school and community
connections," said NAESP
Executive Director Vincent
L. Ferrandino. "This year's
grant-winning principals


community connections


were carefully selected for
the unique, but practical pro-
grams they created to im-
prove communication within,
their communities and in-
crease support for their'
schools."
"The principal sets the tone
in a school and is key to
bringing teachers, staff and,
parents together to ensure an
effective learning environ-'
ment," added MetLife Foun-
dation President and CEO'
Sibyl Jacobson. "We are
proud to support Sharing the'
Dream, .which assists princi-
pals in uniting the school
community to improve stu-
dent achievement." o,.
The Sharing the Dream ini-
tiative originated after the
2003 MetLife Survey of the
American Teacher: An Exam-
ination of School Leadership
revealed a significant discon-
nect between the ways in
which principals and other
members of the school com-
munity view their schools
and relationships with one
another. The program pro-
vides the selected schools
with the resources to decrease
this perception gap and also
supports principals in their
efforts to meet the high stan-


dards outlined in the 2001
NAESP publication: Leading
Learning Communities: Stan-
dards for What Principals
Need to Know and Be Able
To Do-which details the need
for principals to set high ex-
pectations, ensure quality in-'
stiuction, .foster, adult learn-
ing in the community, use
multiple sources of data in
their work and 'icti'. el en-
gage communities. At the
conclusion of the school year,
NAESP will highlight the
successful programs in its
publications and on its Web
site.
Established in 1921, the
National Association of Ele-
mentary School Principals'
(NAESP) serves 30,000 ele-
mentary and middle school
principals in the United
States, Canada and overseas.
NAESP leads in the advocacy
and support for elementary
and middle-level principals
and' other education leaders
in their commitment to all
children.
MetLife Foundation, estab-
lished in 1976 by MetLife,
supports' programs that in-
crease opportunities for
young people to succeed, give
students and teachers a voice


in improving education, de-
velop partnerships between
schools 'ahd communities and


strengthen relationships
among parents, principals,
teachers and students.


Youth public speaking


workshop set for Oct. 7


A public speaking
workshop for outh ages
12-18 ,will be held at the
Suwannee County Exten-
sion Service. 1302
Eleventh Street, Live Oak
from 9 a.m to 2 p.m.. Sat-
urday,. Oct. 7. The facili-
tator will be Dr. Shannon
Washburn. assistant pro-
fessor of agricultural edu-
cation and communica-
tions. IFAS. University of


Florida
This workshop is open
to the public with a focus
on presentation and will
be interactive There is no
charge, but you must be
pre-registered Lunch is
provided. For more infor-
mation or to register, call
the Conser action District
at 386-362-2622, ext. 3 or
the Extension Sern ice at
386-362-2771.


WHO: Suwannee Coun-
t\ Consernation District
and Suwannee County Ex-
tension Serm ice
WHAT: public speaking
workshop for youth ages
12-18
1W'HEN: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.,
Saturday. Oct. 7
WHERE: Sut;anneee


County Extension Service,
1302 Eleventh Street. Live
Oak
COST: no charge
NOTE: open to the pub-
lic.' pre-registration re-
quired: lunch provided
CONTACT: 386-362-
2622. ext. 3 or 386-362-
2771


INFORMATION


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EDITOR'S NOTE: The following story appeared in the SIwannee Democrat
on Friday, Sept. 14 after the terrorist attack on New' York City and
Washington D.C. and the plane was downed by heroic passengers
in Penns'lv'ania before terrorists could pilot it into the \l'hite House.


was


Susan K. Lamb
Democrat Managing Editor
America has been rocked by the hijacking of four US
commercial jets filled with passengers where three of
those planes were crashed into both of the Twin Towers of
the World Trade Center in Newx York and one into the
Pentagon in Washington Sept. 11. A fourth hijacked jet
crashed in a Pennsyl\ania field when it is believed the
passengers realized they were doomed and that the plane
xwas being steered toward the White House in Washington
and struggled w ith the terrorists aboard, causing the plane
to crash prematurely. All passengers, pilots. stewardesses
and the terrorists abroad were killed on all four planes.
The President's plane, Air Force One, was among the
suspected targets.
At least nine buildings in Manhattan, where the Twin
Towers were hit and crashed to the ground, killing thou-
sands inside those buildings and outside, have also
crashed to the ground after these buildings suffered severe
damage from the destruction of the others. CNN also re-
ported that hundreds of other buildings in a 10- block area
of Manhattan are in jeopardy of falling at this moment.
Many of these buildings have gaping holes. in them, win-
dows are broken out. the glass and .debris filling the
streets below w here cars are overturned and crushed con-
crete and other debris from the collapse of the Twin Tow-
ers and other buildings fills the streets. On #5 World
Trade Center, a 9-story building and the Millennium
Hilton were in danger of collapsing. Many buildings, in-
cluding the Twin Towers, caught fire and burned, sending
heavy smoke and debris into the air.
In the aftermath, the President and Congress are united
and preparing to take action against the aggressor. That
aggressor could be Asama bin Laden of Afghanistan, but
no certain determination has been made publicly at this
time. However, there is no doubt in any American's mind
that the nation is at wiar.
The loss of life is unknown at this time, but New York
Mayor Rudolph Guiliani said Thursday he estimates the
loss of life to workers in the buildings when the planes
crashed into them. police officers, firemen and those as-


war!

sisting in the rescue of the injured w hen the
buildings fell, to be more than 4,763. Al- A PHOTI
ready 94 bodies have been recovered from minister
the fallen buildings. According to a CNN re- Julie, vis
port Thursday afternoon, at least 190 are and Jim's
dead in the Pentagon. which includes 64 never be
passengers and crewmen on the jetliner, the twin
When the terrorists, estimated to be sever- sands, s
al dozen, hit with their plan early Tuesday battle aj
morning by taking over the planes. President
George Bush was in Sarasota visiting an ele-
mentary school. He immediately spoke to the American
people, then \\.as spirited away aboard Air Force One
w here the Secret Setrice kept the plane in the air and di-
verted it to Louisiana and then to Nebraska before the all-
clear w\\as givenhours later for the president to return to
Washington. Meanwhile, the Pentagon, the White House,
Congress, all federal buildings and every airport in Ameri-
ca were closed. All aircraft were ordered to land and stay
put. even emergency helicopters. State capitals. state of-
fices, schools and other businesses closed across America
as a precaution as America %was under attack and no one
knew where the next attack would be.
Secret Service agents took Congress to a secret bunker
until they felt the danger had passed.
Theme, parks such as Disney World closed, sports
competitions were canceled and people cried as they
watched TV, talked with friends, family and neighbors
and strangers, cried as they listened to the horror sto-
ries on radio in their cars and called for retaliation for
this dastardly deed. High school and college football is
scheduled to be played this weekend, with many excep-
tions, including the FSL'Georgia Tech game, which
\kas, canceled until Dec. 1.
Locally, schools did.not close, as officials did not be-
lieve there was an immediate threat. However, TVs blared
at every business and home as Americans watched in hor-
ror. "This is war!" said TV commentators, a sentence that
was echoed across the nation'.
Security across the nation has been heightened and no
aircraft flew until yesterday around noon and only a few
aircraft were being allowed in the air. Military bases
around the world heightened their security, local national


GOD BLESS AMERICA! Suwannee County constitutional officers and city officials under the leader-
ship pfSuwannee County Supervisor of Elections Glenda Williams held a prayer service Monday at
11:45 a.m. at the Veteran's Memorial Park in downtown Live Oak to pray for America and victims
and families of the tragic Sept. 11 terrorist attack on America. About 75 governmental leaders,
county and city employees and citizens gathered to be counted among those who believe in prayer.
Guests are pictured saluting the American flag during the ceremony. Photo by Susan K. Lamb


O SHOOT THAT WON'T HAPPEN AGAIN: Local
of music Jim McCoy, right, and his daughter,
sited New York City just before Sept. 11, 2001
s wife, Dana, captured this photo that could
e taken again. Pictured in the background are
towers that fell that fateful day, killing thou-
ending America into war and the world into a
against terrorism. Photo: Submitted

guard units are at a state of readiness to be.called up at a
moenteu's notice and American ships have been given or-
ders as some have sailed into unknown waters. The state
of Florida has been declared to be in a state of emergency
by the President's brother. Gov. Jeb Bush. .
''Staff Sgt. Pullis is the recruiting and retention NC at, .
the Florida National Guard Armory in Live Oak. He said
Thursday his unit at the armory is currently at Threat Con
Bravo. which is a heightened state of readiness. The doors
were locked at the Armory and all members of the local
National Guard are on alert. "The Florida National Guard
is prepared for any national need or emergency," Sgt.
Pldlis said. The nation's armed forces are currently at
Threat Con Delta. This is the first time since the Cuban .
Missile Crisis that the country has been on this let el of
alert, he said. "We are definitely going to war," Sgt. Pullis
said. "Most likely the Air Force and the Navy will be see-
ing most of the action."
Locally
In Live Oak, a man in a pickup truck pulling a horse
trailer pulled up to the Veteran's Park.in downtown, got
out and pulled the American flag to half-mast. He calmly
walked back to his truck and drowe away.
Locally, residents are thanikfl there are no reports so
far of any casualties of local- people.. There were, however.
some near misses.
Jennifer Sullivan Williamson, a daughter of Live Oak
who is now in the Air Force and stationed in the Penla-
gon, was inside the building when the plane crashed
through the walls thought to be secured. Williamson. ac,
cording to her sister. Patty Stevens, was uninjured and
called home immediately after she and co-workers ran
across the greenway to an apartment where one lived.
MNar-ynell Odoni Anderson. Branford, sister to Rachel
Bailer and former county commissioner Don Odom told
S friends her son. Lee Anderson, workedin the trade center
but for the first rime he overslept Tuesday morning and
saw the whole thing as he stepped outside his apartment
hurrying to work!
Lafayette County businesswoman Barbara Coulthurst
and her husband, John. were retunifig from a cruise to ,
the Bahamas where their ship had to outrun a hurricane as .
they headed back to New York. Theywere leaving NeW ?
York Tuesday morning when the attacks took place. Bar-
bara and John Coulthurst got on the plane in Providence.
Rhode Island and landed on Long Island, she said. Both
were sitting right behind the pilot whenwthey felt a jolt as-
they were about to take off and then saw the crash on a '
screen. They were told they, couldn't take off and re-
Continued on PAGE 12A

For more info, here's-,
| where to go:
It has been almost five years since that fateful
day of September 11, 2001 when America became .
the victim of a terrorist attack.
As we remember the events of that day, the
Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross
has prepared a special web site memorializing our
community's response in the days, weeks anid
years since 9/11. This web site captures the stories
and photos of North Floridians coming together to
help America recover. The web site can. be found
at :http:.' 'wwiV.tallytown.com/redcross/wtcb.htihl -


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Continued From Page 11A here. Cusic, who works for the Joint Chiefs of


mained in New York until Thursday, hopefully
to return home on one of the first flights out
since they were already about to take off
when the attack came. John's daughter's
brother-in-law was in the trade center on the
37th floor when the plane crashed into it but
he managed to get out safely, Barbara said.
In Hamilton County, Barney Burnham
said his son, Ricky, works in the Pentagon,
but was unhurt when the plane crashed into
the Pentagon because he works in an area
that was not hit. New Hamilton County EMS
Director Jon Macdonald said his daughter
had just arrived in New York from Boston
when the twin towers were hit. She arrived
safely, but is thanking her lucky stars she
wasn't on one of the planes that was hijacked
and crashed into the twin towers or the Penta-
gon.
Pat Cusic of Live Oak said her son, Major
James "Jim" Cusic III, a career military
man in the Air Force stationed in the Penta-
gon, got out and is OK. "I left messages on
his home and his cell phone, asking him to
just let me hear his voice," Pat said. She said
when he called she was overjoyed to hear his
voice. "He helped to get out -he injured a.id
others who were still insidethe building," Pat
added. Cusic was a para-rescue person in the
service for many years. His sister is Colleen
Co'd,. and 'he has three nieces and a nephew


Staff, called the Democrat at the request ot his
moth-


K..


While ihe Florida National Guard's 269th Engineer
,Company permanently stationed in Live Oak.but av
a year of service in Iraq after 9/11, the roundabout
the scene of a dedication of a monument to the 26
and the raising of the city, state and 269th flags th
fly 24 hours a day in the 269th's honor. The 269th
was naiide by Pextlie Mae Walker, mother of one 2
member and grandmother of another. Photo: Susan


er Thursday morning and talked about his ex-
perience. He said he was watching the Twin
Towers horror on TV where one hi-
jacked plane had just crashed into a
tower when someone said, 'hey, did
you feel that?' They didn't know what
had happened but immediately saw on
TV that their building, the Pentagon,
had been hit by another hijacked
plane! "At this point, the alarm sys-
tem went off to tell us to evacuate,"
Cusic said. "We didn't go right away
l. because our job is to get answers for
the chairman." However, about 15
minutes later the smoke began rolling
through the ventilation system and
" f Cusic and his co-workers evacuated.
"The Pentagon never shut down," he
stressed. "Our boss was at a meeting
at the National Military Command
Center (NMCC) when it happened."
Cusic said it was such an'eerie feel-
ing to be looking at TV and then
find out the attack was happening to,
his own secure building where he
way for worked. "It's just awful," he said of
Swas the damage and injuries. A trained
.9th paramedic, Cusic said be and others
at -now assisted with helping the injured as
flag they left their posts. "I ran right into
69th the triage I came out' on the north
. Lamb side by the river. They actually
took them iinto the coutirr, id, de-


the nation. Many said they felt
18 MERCURY helpless and donating blood
TRACER was a way they could feel as
Though they are helping. How-
ever, blood centers are now
4 .9.. asking that donors wait for
14,995 several weeks as the supply is
at full capacity and rather than
needing blood for survivors,
WA officials only need body bags
now.
I14 Shirley Hatch, Gail New-
1 I some and Delores Walker con-
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pending on where they came from," he said.
"About 65 were injured in the crash. I person-
ally helped about five of those, mostly with
bums, flash bums, some, having breathing :
problems because of the smoke, one had a
head injury due to flying debris," he related.
"After the initial triage, we were prepared to
go back into the building to look for more. I
was' the leader of one group, but we did not go
back because the fire was pretty hot and the
fireman weren't seeing any live bodies and it
wasn't safe for us to go back." During these
heroic efforts, Cusic said it didn't matter
whether a person was low-level rank or a 4-
star general, everyone helped. "It was tremen-
dous, we have up to 4-star generals and I per-
sonally witnessed 2 and 3 star generals help-
ing with the victims." Cusic said there was hot
really any panic, just disbelief it could be hap-
pening to them and a sense of urgency to get
everyone to safety.
Cusic said he was able to reach his wife's
school and left her a message saying he was
out and OK before he left the building. On
Thursday, he was not in the Pentagon because
it had been evacuated once more for what rea-
sons he was unsure.
"Whatever those people did in those spaces
that were destroyed, they are doubling up now
in other places," Cusic said. As for security at
the Pentagon, Cusic said that is being dealt
with.
Cusic said he believes there were less than
100 casualties in the Pentagon
and said there were no Air
Force or Marine casualties,
only armed forces casualties.
In and around Washington
Cusic said people, are flying
their flag e\ er\ \ here, his
apartment management left a
note on his door they would
be available to help in any
way possible. "I'm a little bit
prouder now when.I wear my
uniform," he said of the re-
spect military men and women
are receiving.
Security is now much
tighter at every military base
and facility on American soil
and abroad. "Everything has
changed. At military facilities,
they are-checking badges and'
comparing faces now to make
sure who you are," Cusic said.
City of Live Oak employee
Theresa Smith had left the
World Trade Centeifriading to
"Texas. Smith's daughter
J Twanna Butler Harris, 29,
f,, 1 Plano, Texas and formerly of
e." Live Oak, had spent the night
in the Marriott Hotel in the
IERCURY center and left that morning.
BLE for the airport. Harris works
with a hair care company and
was there for a conference. "I
didn't actually know she had
stayed there until after she
5" called so I didn't get upset un-
1,995 til after she called," Smith
said. "She was really devastat-
3 FORD ed as some of the group she
CAPE was with were still at the cen-
ter when it happened." The en-
tire group escaped, some still
in their pajamas, after the
planes hit the buildings, Smith
tP975 said.
1,995 "There's no greater feeling
than to hear their (loved ones)
CHEVY voices," said Suwannee Coun-
Im VAN ty Commission Administrative
Assistant Elaine Robinson
Tuesday after contacting both
of her daughters. Daughter
GE P291A Angel Robinson Dean lives
; 99 @ E in the Washington area and
,1 was not near the attack, al-
though she was still trying to
IYUNDAI H return to her home when her
MATA
_mother contacted her by
phone. Dean teaches at a
school south of Washington,
but lives north of the city. All
P2944 bridges and tunnels had been
I 995 closed and traffic in some ar-
P eas had come to a virtual halt
after the attack. Daughter
006 Suzie Robinson Turner
A M CT works in Atlanta where down-
town Atlanta was being evacu-
ated as a precaution, she told
her mother when they talked
2974 by cell phone white rushing to
k99 1 leave her office building.In
p U Live Oak, dozens of people
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Gainesville High Head Football Coach Eddy
Moore, whose Hurricanes face off against the
Bulldogs Friday night at Langford Stadium,
says he likes country music. As long as it's not
too loud. "I hope they turn that country music
down a little during the pregame," he said
Tuesday. "When you can't talk to your players
it's a little irritating."
The Bulldogs hope to irritate Moore ith
more than their music. Comingoff a 16-9 win
over Jacksonville's Episcopal Eagles. the Dogs
look to make it two in a ro\. against the 5A.
Hurricanes.
But to win, the Dogs will have to stop the
Hurricanes' ground game. And that means
stopping star running back Chris Batie. Batie,
who ran for 1,400 yards last year, already has
253 after two games this season. Badie rushed
for 160 yards against Clay County in a 27-20
win and for 93 yards in the 'Canes' 21-0 loss,
to Tallahassee's Godby High. Moore likes to
give the ball to Batie 20-25 times a game. .
On offense, Bulldogs Brandon Allen and Ja-
SEE BULLDOGS, PAGE 3B


Don Hale

is still in

the rapce

Vanessa Fultz
Democrat Reporter
Don Haleof Live.Oak re-
cently raced at the Columbia
Motorsports Park, participat-
ing in a sport he has loved for
many years.
Hale has always had a pas-
sion for automobiles. Born in
Live Oak in 1971, Hale spent
his early years learning about
cars and what makes them go
from his grandfather John
Hale, and his Dad, Don Hale
Sr.
The family-owned auto
parts store gave Hale the op-
portunity to nurture his inter-
est in everything automotive
while creating good work
ethics and strong family ties.
In a small shop behind their
home on Nobles Ferry Road,
he and his brothers built their
first cars from the frame up.
That shop became the birth


Wildcats


looking for


first win
Paige Rodriguez
Special to the Democrat

The Melody Christian
Academy Wildcats faced .off
against defending district
champs Seacoast in soccer
last Friday. Though the
Wildcats have yet to get
their first win, the defense is
getting stronger, allowing
Seacoast only three goals.
The entire game was played
on Seacoast's side of the
field. Unfortunately, the
Wildcats' offense was un-
able to capitalize and could
not score. Forward Danny
Proctor missed several
shots, including two that ric-
ocheted off the goal posts.
"If we can just find the goal
we will be unstoppable,"
said coach Alfher Segura.


DOUBLE-TEAMED: Bulldogs Wallace Smith (#51) and Justin Starling and Lee Laxton (#55) closes in on an Episcopal
16-9 Suwannee win. Photo: Paul Buchanan


.: : -
RACE CAR DRIVER: Don Hale of Live Oak recently raced his car at the Columbia Motorsports Park. J.W. Hill and Associates spon-
sors Hale. From I to r, Realtor/auctioneer Jason Bashaw, race car driver Don Hale and broker/auctioneer John Hill.


place of Hale's first race car.
Hale and his wife, Patti,
own a home near Suwannee
Springs. They are members
of Rosemary Baptist Church.
Hale is very involved in his
community, serving on the
Su mannee County Develop-,


ment Authority and participa-
tion with RACE Program
(Reading Acceleration Con-
tinuing Education) with local
school children.
Hale's background and
knowledge in the area of au-
tomotive parts has led him to


a budding career as a manag-
er for one of the largest ware-
houses in the automotive in-
dustry, located in Valdosta,
Ga.
Leisure time for Don and
Patti centers around racing
and boating. Even their hon-


Photo: Manja Robinson
eymoon was spent at Speed-
Weeks in Daytona. The entire
family enjoys traveling all
around Florida and nearby
states to watch Hale race. He
can count on a large cheering
section and lots of support in
the pits wherever he's racing.


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Suwannee beats Episcopal recap


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ABOVE: GAINING GROUND:
Suwannee's Brandon Allen
picks up yardage against the
Episcopal Eagles last week in
the Bulldogs' 16-9 win in their
home opener.
Photo: Paul Buchanan



LEFT: GROUNDING AN EA-
GLE: Bulldog tacklers take
down an Episcopal runner
during the Dogs' 16-9 win last
week at Langford Stadium.
Photo: Paul Buchanan


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GOING LONG: Bulldog quarter-
back Travis Westberry drops
back to pass against the Epis-
copal Eagles last week in
Suwannee's 16-9 win in their
home opener. N O I g
Photo: Paul Buchanr, is What


Bulldogs
Continued From Page 1B


son Cherry, the stars of last
week's win, need to have a
good game, said Suwannee
head coach Bobby Bennett.
He said he wants running
back Patrick Brown to see
more action this week as
well.
The Bulldogs also plan to
throw a little more this time.
Last week the Dogs only at-
tempted 10 passes. Once
again junior Travis Westberry
will be under center, in place


of the injured Tajhuane
Roundtree. This will be West-
berry's third start ever as
quarterback. Moore had
praise for Westberry's devel-
oping skills. "He's a tough
kid, a hard-nosed player,"
Moore said. "He's going to
get better and better."
The Dogs evened their
record at 1-1 last week with
great defense and a relentless,,
if patient, ground attack.
Allen racked up 125 yards
rushing on 22 carries. Jason
Cherry contributed with two


long punt returns, one for a
score to ice the game late in
the fourth. On defense the
Dogs held Episcopal to 111
total yards. Justin Starling led
all tacklers with .11 stops.
Wallace Smith had 10.and
Lee Laxton, nine.
As for Moore's taste in mu-
sic, he insists he loves coun-
try. "I'm as red as they-
come," he said. Come Friday
night, we'll see.
Kick-offis at 7:30 p.m. at
Paul Langford Stadium in
Live Oak.,


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TOUGH GOING: The Episcopal Eagles gained only 48 yards on the ground against the Bulldogs last week in the Dogs' 16-9 win: Here,
an unidentified Bulldog takes down an Episcopal runner. Linebacker Lee Laxton (#55) prepares to assist. Photo: Paul Buchanan


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2006


AND THE BAND PLAYED ON: The Bulldog marching band pre-
pares to take the field during halftime of the Dogs 16-9 win over
Jacksonville's Episcopal Eagles last Friday at Langford Stadium.
- Photo: Paul Buchanan


Florida State University Governor signs bill affecting hunters


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Gov. Jeb Bush has signed into
law a bill affecting would-be, first-
time hunters and those wanting to.
hunt during Florida's newly es-
tablished crossbow season.
Effective Aug. 1, anyone 16
years or older and born after May
31, 1975 can hunt under the super-'
vision of a licensed hunter, 21-
years or older, without having to
complete the state's hunter safety
certification. The newly estab-
lished "Hunter Safety Mentoring
Exemption" enables those persons
to purchase a Florida hunting li-
cense and hunt during a one-year
trial basis.
The new mentoring exemption


was p.
ture to
to exp
signed
hunter
about
huntii
Florid
Unt:
and bc
ed to
require
lowed
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tive ft
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on th


passed by the Florid :i Legisla- Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
help persuade more people ovation Commission hunter safety
)erience hunting. It is de- coordinator Bill Cline. "If a novice
to. encourage experienced hunter enjoys the sport, we hope
rs' to teach novice hunters they take the hunter safety course
safety, ethics, wildlife, and continue, the experience for
ng skills and respect for years to come."
a's outdoors. Individuals taking ad' antage of
il now, everyone 16 or over, this try-before-you-buy approach
orn after May 31, 1975, need- would have to take and pass a
complete the hunter safety hunter safety class to be eligible to
ement before they were al- pi pchas.e a hunting. license and.
I to buy a hunting license. .hunt the following year.
is should be a great incen- Alnother part of the law estab-
pr getting more people to dishes a $5 permit fee for hunters
hunting a try, and hopefully,, to participate in the state's new
n hook some of these folks crossbow season. 'The new permit
e hunting' tradition," said is similar to the archery and muz-
zleloa.ding gun permits that
S-'A i q 'p *.also co- t $5 and are required
for tho_.e hunting during the
a tcher', and muzzleloading
t-im seasons.
The crossbow season will
uLn Oct. 9-13 in the South
Hunting Zone, Oct. 23-27 in
the Central Zone and Nov.
2" Dec. 3 in the Northwest
^ Zone. Hunters will need to
purchase the $5 crossbow
permit to hunt during these
period, when only cross-
bows and bows can be used.
The new crossbow season
i offered on private lands
S;only and not available on
anf\ of the state's wildlife
management areas.
For more information on
the hun ter safety mentoring
eemnption or crossbow sea-
-on cal Tony Young at 850-
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Black bear cubs arrive at Busch Wildlife Sanctuary


Two female Florida black
bear cubs have arrived at
Busch Wildlife Sanctuary
where they will live the re-
mainder of their lives.
The cubs were captured
recently near Baker County
Hospital in Macclenny. The
sow with them has been eu-
thanized because of her ag-
gressiveness toward hu-
mans, entering residential
neighborhoods, being fed
by people and eating from
garbage containers, accord-
ing to Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) officials.
Only one other facility-Li-
ons, Tigers & Bears of Arca-
dia, besides Busch Wildlife
Sanctuary, which is a non-
profit facility in Vefo Beach
that receives no governmen-
tal funding-said it could
take one or both of the cubs,
if necessary. Both facilities
have FWC permits to take in
certain wildlife.
However, FWC officials
said while finding a permit-
1:, ted facility for the cubs re-
suited in a positive outcome
for them, usually that is not,
thecase.'
"These cubs are fortu-
nate," said Kipp Frohlich,
section leader of Imperiled
Species for FWC. "There are
not many facilities willing to
take bears,. and we usually


have to euthanize nuisance
bears when they lose their
fear of humans.
"That is why we cannot
stress enough-never feed a
bear, and make sure to keep
pet food, bird feeders and
seed, garbage and other
food items where bears can-
not get into them.
"Bears are attracted to
garbage. They like to dig in
Dumpsters and garbage
cans. But there are ways.
commercial Dumpsters and
residential garbage cans can
be tightly secured," Frohlich
said. "We need the coopera-
tion of waste management
companies and local com-
munities if we are to solve
this problem."
The sow was sighted sev-
eral times at an Orange
,County Dumpster which
did not have a secured lid.
Eventually, after owners se-
cured the lid, the female and
her cubs left the immediate
vicinity and did not return.
"We "can't stress enough
the illegality of feeding
bears," said Matthew Pol-
lock, FWC's North Central
Regional wildlife manage-
ment biologist.
In most cases, it results in
them being accustomed to
humans and conditions
them. to associate humans
with food.


"That creates a public
safety issue," Pollock said.
"Because they become con-
ditioned to human food
sources, they will tolerate
the presence of people to
gain access to food provided
by humans."
Information about how to
avoid negative encounters
with bears is found at
http:/ /myfwc.com/bear/b
rochures/flyer_food_attrac-
.t a n t s p d f ;
http':/ /myfwc.com/bear/c
onflicts.htm or
http://myfwc.com/what-
snew/05 / statewide/bears.
html.
The cubs will remain in
captivity for the remainder
of their lives because they
learned to associate humans
with food from unsecured
garbage containers and
from people feeding them.
Cubs usually remain with
their mother for their first
two years.
The bears' plight began
a year ago when, on Aug.
18, 2005, the sow, exhibit-
ing stressed behavior, was
found in a residential sub-
division in Apopka. FWC
officials relocated her to an
adjacent wooded area for
her safety. They. did not
deem her a nuisance bear'
at that time.
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she was captured again in
Apopka-this time near a
garbage source-and deemed
a nuisance. FWC officials re-
located the sow and three
cubs to the Apalachicola Na-
tional Forest.
On Aug. 1, people in the
vicinity of Gulf View Camp-
ground in Eastpoint report-
ed seeing a tagged female
bear with two. cubs. (FWC
officials do not know what
happened to the third cub).
On Aug. 3, a woman report-
ed a female bear with two
ear tags and two cubs at a
residence in Eastpoint. The
woman admitted to investi-
gators she intentionally fed
the s6w. and cubs by leaving
a pile of dog food out for
them but said she would re-
move the 'items. She also
told investigatoiS she noted,
aggressive behavior by the
mother bear, according to
FWC officials. ,


That same day, investiga-
tors and officials set a trap
and captured the trio the
next day.
The woman received a
written warning for feeding
the bears, but said she did
not know she was doing
anything wrong.
She also told the investi-
gator she "was afraid (FWC)
would euthanize the bears."
.The officer told her feed-
ing bears could cause them
to become familiar with hu-
mans and possibly cause the
bears to become aggressive,
which would require FWC
to destroy them.
In an attempt to provide
the bears one last opportuni-
ty to survive in the wild,
FWC, officials released the.
trio in a remote area of Osce-
ola National Forest on the
Columbia-Baker county
line.
Then, less than two weeks


after their release, the female
and two cubs showed up in :
a resident's garage in Mac-
denny, across from the Bak-
er County Hospital emer-
gency room.
FWC officials captured
the bears and took them to
an FWC facility pending fi-
nal disposition.
"While to date no attacks
by a Florida black. bear on a
human have been docu-
mented, people should give
bears ample space and' nev-
er attempt to disturb, pet or
feed them," said Stephanie
Simek, FWC's bear manage-
ment program coordinator.
"Bears are shy, intelligent
and. highly adaptable ani-
mals and typically avoid
confrontations with people.
Once they become accus-
tomed to people as part of
their surroundings, they no
longer consider humans a
threat."


ocal res i de n t plac es at


the NWTF's Turkey


David Sumrall of High'
Springs placed first at the Na-
tional Wild Tirke) .Federa-
tion's (NWTF) 13th annual
Turkey' Shoot held Aug. 18-
20. Sumrall broke 38 clay tar-
gets while competing in.the 50
5 Stand Event-NSCA Divi-
sion, C class at The Meadows
National Gun Club in Forsyth,
Ga.
Sumrall was one of 600
shooters who competed at one
of the premier sporting clays
tournaments in the country.
Shooters were separated
into two divisions-the Nation-
al Sporting Clays Association
Division for competitive and
professional shooters and the
Hunters Division for recre-
ational shooters-in 'the 200-
target Sporting Clays Champi-
onship, the 50-bird Briley
Sub-Gauge competition and
the Charles Daly Side by Side.
"The Turkey Shoot is a very
competitive event that brings
shooters from all across the
country to see who is the
best," said NWTF Special
Events Coordinator Rhett
Simmons.
Proceeds from the Turkey
Shoot go to help Wheelin'
Sportsmen NWTF provide
people with disabilities oppor-
tunities to learn and enjoy out-
door sports such as hunting,
fishing and shooting.
For more information about
the 13th annual Turkey Shoot
or the .NWTF, visit
www.nwtf.org or call toll-free
800-THE-NWTF or 800-843-
6983.
For more information about


the NWTF's Wheelin' Sports-
men program. call 800-THE-
NWTF or i80-843-6983 or
visit www.wheelinsports-
men.org.
2006 Turkey Shoot spon-
sors: ATK/Federal, Avery Out-
doors, Baron Technology,
,Inc., Bass Pro Shops, Briley
Manufacturing Inc., Brown-
ing/Simpson Sales, Cabela's,
Charles Daly, Chevy Trucks,
ClayShooting USA, Evans
Sports, Inc.. Henry Repeating
Arms, Knight Rifles, Low
Country BBQ, Marlin
Firearms H&R 1871, LLC,
MBNA, Miller .Brewing
Co,/Macon Beverage, Nation-.
al Shooting Sports Founda-
tion, O.F. Mossberg & Sons,
Inc., Piano Molding, Pyramex
Safety Products, Quaker Boy,
Randy Ryan, Remington Arms
Co., Inc., Sporting Clays Mag-
azine, Marlin The Outdoor
Channel, The Outdoor Con-*
nection Inc., U.S. Sportsmen's
Alliance, Walker's Game Ear,
Wild Turkey Bourbon, and
Winchester Ammunition
About the NWTF: In 1973,


Shoot


when the National Wild
Turkey Federation was found-.
ed, there were an estimated
1.3 million wild turkeys and
1.5 million turkey hunters.
Thanks to the work of wildlife
agencies and the NWTF's
many volunteers and partners,
today there are more than sev-
en million wild turkeys and
nearly three million turkey
hunters. Since 1985, the
NWTF "and 'its cooperators
hnae spent more than $230
million upholding hunting tra-
ditions and conserving, more
than. 11.3 million, acres of
wildlife habitat. The NWTF is
a nonprofit organization with'
545,000,meinbers in 50 states.,
Canada, Mexico and 14 other
foreign countries. It supports
scientific wildlife manage-
ment on public, private and
corporate lands as well as wild
turkey hunting as a traditional'
North American sport.
SFor more information on the
National Wild Turkey Federa-
tion, call ,803-637-3106,
check out our Web site at
www.nwtf.org.


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CHURCH ,


FIRST-PERSON: Jesus returns to the movies


By Phil Boatwright
Aug 3, 2006

KANSAS CITY, Kan.
(BP)-A few nights ago I
viewed a film from 1950 on
Turner Classic Movies (TCM).
I was familiar with "Stars in
my Crown," but had forgotten
its uniqueness.
Joel McCrea starred as a de-
vout western town preacher.
The episodic story had the rev-


erend patiently witnessing' to
his Civil War comrade who re-.
fused to attend church ser-
vices, and to a new town doc-
tor, who found no place for re-,
ligion in the healing process.
The picture .was replete with
prayers, Gospel tunes that de-
clared Jesus as Savior: and a
solid message pertaining to the
need for faith. After viewing, I
wondered if such a film would
ever again find its way into a


movie theater. Even if a film-
maker wants to deal with spir-
ituality (as does M. Night
Shyamalan in. his films) the
major studios prefer God to be
generic in order not to offend
practitioners of different be-
liefs.
What about "The Passion of
the Christ," you ask? Noted.
exception to the rule. But re-
member, it. was not released by
a, major studio. It was a work


of love by a producer/director
who risked his personal for-
tune and movie star status with
its production. What's more,
that was from two years ago.
Though a couple of films did
attempt to address spiritual
matters this year, they either
did so badly or surrounded by
noxious material.
In "The Ant Bully," the ants
worship the Ant Mother, a god-
dess they believe will return to


save them. It's a cartoon about
talking ants, and I'm not sure
how concerned we need be
with this conception of the de-,
ity. Still, throughout your chil-
dren's lives, the media will
bombard them with New Age
philosophies that tend toward
the worship of the creation
rather than.the Creator.
Then. there was "End of the
Spear." Oh, did I catch it for
my negative review of this


one. Some people believe we
should support a film contain-
ing the Gospel. message, de-
spite its poor artistic merits or
amateurish, production values.
Now folks,- you can ask that
support of anyone but a movie
reviewer.: How can one who
examines secular media be ex-
pected;to critique the work of,
Christians fromm a different

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FIRST ADVENT
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
699 Pinewood Drfie
(386) 36- 1802
Rev. Tim Carver. Pastor

--_. : -, SUNDAY : .. ,
Sunday School... .... ...................... 9:30 am
Morning Sern ice ....................... 10:30 am
*'. Eening Sers ice ................. 6:30) pm
WEDNESDAY
Bible Stud'........... ...10:30 am & 6:30'pm
Youth Fellowship ........... ............ 6:30 pm

BIXLER MEMORIAL
ADVENT CHRISTIAN
S Ad.en( Christian Village, Do% ling Park
Re\. Stee La\% son & Rev. Rosemary
Humbles & Re%. John Harper
Youth Pastor Re% Rands Lamb
SUNDAY:.
Chrisuan Education Hour............... 9:30 am
Morning Worship....... ............. 1045 am
S E ending Sert ice.. ......... ..... 6:00pm
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362-4743
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Beatv Auto Sales

Located next door to Beaty 's Truck Parts
S :OffHwy. 90W. Live Oak i
386-364-4110~ 386-364-3206 i
Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.


Howard Street Dry Clean

Quality Laundry and Dry Cleaning
SameDay Service*


705 West Howard Street
Live-Oak, Florida 32064


(386) 3645211
I ,: 8SuiF


,JORDAN AGENCY, INC.

Life Home Car* Business Church

Joe Jordan & Brace Tillman


Live Oak
362-4724


Insuring families one
generation to the next


Branford
935-6385
22749-F


Dixie Grill
"Specializing in Sleaks & Seafood"
DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS (WITH VEGETABLE)'
Open 7 lays 5:00 a.m. 10:00 p.m.
364-2810 CATERING SERVICE & PRIVATE PARTIES
228033-F


SUNDAY
Holy Communion..........................9:30 am
1928 Book Of Common Prayer
Bible Study ......::.................... 10:45 am "
For more information:
Church Office 754-2827
Re'. Wilson 208-9882 ,1CF
.6 .' .n. ..'. .' ':..

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH
10475 Stale Rd. 51-Appro.. 3 mules South
Jerr Ownes Pastor
(386,1 362-6357 1(361) 362-5313
,', SUNDAY
Sunday School....:..... .. ...............10:00 am.
W orship Set\ ice.. ....................... 11:00 am.
Evening Worship............................ 7:00 pm
1T Sun. Morning Men's Breakfast 8:00 am
IST & 3 "t Monday Visitation 7:00 pm
2nd Friday Night Ladies Meeiing 7:00 pm
iQuilting)
Sunday E'ening
Children's Choir............................... 5:00 pm
A dult Choir................................ ......6:001 pm
WEDNESDAY
Wednesday Bible Study...................6:45 pm
Master Clubs (Children's Youthi.....6:45 pm
Nursery Available All Services
"'here there isklifr, there it' wth"

SUWANNEE STATION
BAPTIST CHURCH
Everybody Welcomed
3289 01 si Lane. Like Oak, FL 32060 .
Bro. Wilbur Wood. 1386) 362-2553
SUNDAY
Sunday School................................. 10:00 am
Morning Worship............................ 1:00 am
Choir Practice................................ 6:00 pm
Evening Worship...................... .........7:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Prayer & Worship....................7:00 pm
Children & Youth Program...............7:00 pm
i.,500-F



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF DOWIUNG PARK
Sharing the Jov ol Jew'"
Re' Sina\ n Johnson Pastor
11274 2351h Lane
i In Dowling Park on Hwy 250)
Li e Oak. FL 32060
13861 65S-2360 or i 3861 658-3715
SE-Nail: fhcdp@hotmail.com
'.w'..doMlingparkbapiisi.com
.. SUNDAY.
Sunday School ...... ...... .. 9:30 am
W worship Service.... .. ... .. .. ............. 10.45 am
SE\enming Bible'
Exploration Services... ... .. 6:00 pm
NurserN Available all Seri ices
Pre-K 10 2nd Grade Junior Church
: conducted during 11:0 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship Service

WEDNESDAY
Mid WeeL Prayer Seer ice ..... ... ..6.30 pm
227002-F
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor: Rev David Teems
Youth Pastor Bill Lav hon
14364 14U-h St., Lie Oak, FL 32060,
386-776-1010 or 386-776- 141
email addre,- Su'jnnee bapia.,o1'allie] net
S" SUNDAY SERVICES ,
, Sunday Morning Bible Study..........9:45 am.
Wor.hip Seri ice 1100am
Children's Church during Morning Wor-hipi
' Discipleship Training. .... 6.01 )pm
lW\omen's Bible Stud. MNien's Bible Study.
Youth Dicipleship, Youih Choir. Children's Choir
Evemn g Worship .. .. .. .. .............. .7:00 pm
S WEDNESDAY SERVICES ,
Wednesday Evening Supper.......................5:45 pm
Awanas 6:30 pm
Bible Study & Prayer Time 7:00 pm e
Nursery available during all services
I 293502-F
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner ofU.S. 90 and Church Street
362-1583
Rev.'Phillip Herrington
Rev. Clare Parker, Minister to Senior Adults
Rev. Alan Lott, Music and Worship
SUNDAY
'Early'Worship 8:30 am
Sunday Scho'ol 9:45 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Live Broadcast on WLVO 106.1 FM
Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
Evening Worship 7:00 pm

WEDNESDAY
Music & Missions for Children................6:00 pm
Crossfire (Students) 7:00 pm
Mid-Week Bible Study 7:00 pm
230060-F


Sunday School ......... ..... .... 1000u am
Morning Worhip .................. ....... .... 1 00 am
Esening Worship. .. ......... ... 6 00ppm

PINEMOUNT BAPTIST CHURCH
US 129 South Across from the S&S Store
Post Office Box 120-McAlpin, Florida
03861 362-5634
Nursery provided for each v.orship service
orship and Fello'v ship Opportunities of the Week
Pastor: Greg Tickers
SUNDAY
Bible School........ ...... .... .........9:45 am
N morning orship ....... ... ... ... .1 1:00 am
C hoir Practice..... .. .............. .. .. .........5:30 pm
Evening Worship................... .. .. 6:30 pm
WEDNESDAY
Family Night Supper. ....................... .....6-0'00 pm.
AWANA Club .... ................6:30 pm
Prayer M eeiing ...... ...... ..... ..... ......7:00 pm
THLiRSDAY
F.A.I.T.H Ministry ............. 6.30pm
Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves
together... but encouraging one another.
Hebrews 10:25 ,,.:

wsE'iWOOD BAPTIST
920 I Itt Street. SW iNevsbern Roadi
362-1120
Dr. Jimmy' Deas. Pastor
Re%. Jim McCoy.
Minister of Music and Senior Adults

.Sunday School.... ... : .' .. 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship & Childrens Church 10.50 a m
Discipleship Training.... ... 5 00 p.m
Children's Choirs. .... ..5 00 p m.
Youth Choir . ..5 00 p.m.
Evening ".orship Sen ice.. .. ..... ..... ... ..6 30 p m
TUESDAY
Men's Prayer Group meet at Dixie Grill. .6.30a.m.
Lad) Quilers .. ....... ... 9.00 am.
Praise Team Renearsal.. ... . 700p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Ladies Prayer Group .. .........9.30 "im
Instrumental Ensemble Rehearsal ......500 p m
KMid-Week Sernice ..... 6 30 pm
Youth Group.. .. .. o 30 p m
RA's, GAos. Mission Friends ......... 6 30 p in
Adult Choir Rehearsal.... .. .............. .7.30 p m
I st Thursday of each month
Senior Saint Singers Rehearsal .1000 a m
3rd Thursday of each month
Senior Saini Singers Rehearsal .. .... ..10.U a m
Senior Adult Bible Stud ............ 1 00 a m
Senior Adull Cosered Dish Luncheon .... 12:00 noon

MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
"Growing Togeiher As Family "
531-4 9lth Terrace. LUe Oak. FL 32u60
iFrom US'1 i- la 1i 'N hc. -logan R.:.,d n.J Ic,.11,.. -.n,,i
Senior Pastor John 'Walkins
S Associate Pastor S. Brent Kuykendall
'. i.miolih ebapinsichurch.com
SUNDAY '
Small Groups i Sunday School i..............9:45 am
Celebration Worship ..... .. ... 11:00 am
Family orhip .... .. .6:00 pm
Youth Choir WEDNE .SDA 600pm
WEDNESDAY
Family Supper .. ... 5 30 pm
Graded Choir .. .. .. .. .. ... ...... 0 XI pm
"G&Force" for Children
Adult Discipleship 6:30 pm
SStudent "Impact" Worship 6:30 pm
Celebration Choir Rehearsal.. .... 7 30 pm
22; '?il.F
WELLBORN BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Donald Minshew, Senior Pastor,
Donnie Bullock, Minister of Music
"U.S. 90 West & Lowe Lake Rd., Wellborn
Church Phone 963-2231
.... '" ',.vellbombaptisi.com
Email ,selibombapust@'alltel.net ,
SUNDAY
Early Worship... ........ ............ 8 30 am
Sunday School .............. 9 45 am
( .las 5s ].C r all o t s.1
Morning Worship Ser. ice ....... ...I I am
Children Charch i Grade y K-4th
C`A'ission Friends ... .. 6:00) pm
Evening Worship 6:00 pm
S' WEDNESDAY
"Race to Win" Children's Choir..... ..............6:30 pm
JDFM (Grades 7-2" ..... 6:30 pm
Pra,efdBible Study ..... ..... 7.00 pm
Choir Rehearsal 8:00 pm
227211-F
SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
(386) 362-5239
10413 Hwy. 129 South
Aaron Turner, Pastor
Clay Ross, Music
Hardy Tillman, Awana Commander
SUNDAY
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Awana 6:00 pm
School of the Scriptures 7:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Care Group 7:00 pm
FRIDAY
*Singles Bible Study 6:30 pm
(First Friday of each month)
SATURDAY
Nursing Home Ministry*
(First & third Saturday of each month)
[A pre-school nursery is provided at each worship service]
"Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves
together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting
one another: and so much the more, as you see
the day approaching" (Hebrews 10:25).
293504-F


FAITH IN CHRIST CHURCH MARY BELLE BAPTIST CHURCH
9317 U.S. Hw\.. 90 West, Lake City 14919 761h St.
1/2 mile east of Suuannee/Columbia County line i\\es 90. i-3-/4 miles from the Jifl Storei
Re%. Don Wilson Darrell Curls. Pastor
SUNDAY


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ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH
5203 Count, Road 795
362-3101 -Church
SUNDAY`. ';
Sunday School .............................9:45 am
Morning Worship....................... 11:00 am
Church Training...... ........ .............6:00 pm
Evening W orship.............. .............. 7:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Prayer Ser\ ice ... ....7.00 pm

SHADY GROVE MISSIONARY
BAPTIST
15 miles West H" wy.90 -
2 Miles Do" n Rier Road
Re\. Da% id Hingson. 658-2547
SUNDAY
Sunday School........ 9:45 am
*W worship .......................... ............. 11:00 am
Church Training.................................6:00 pm
Evenng Worship.......... ........ .... ......7-00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Prayer & Bible Study.........................7:00 pm
227224-F
ROCKY SINK BAPTIST CHURCH
Where the "Son" alavs slhines
8422 169th Rd., Live Oak. Flonda 32060
(386) 362-3971

(129 S. to I lth St. go to roundabout follow
to 136. Tiarel approx 7 miles turn right
onto 169th Rd.;

SUNDAY
Sunday School .., .,....... =" ....9:30 am
Morning-.Worsh2-.I.LA............ ., l1,0.am
Cloir Practice.................................. 5:00 pm
Evening Worship 6:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Prayer sen ice................................ 6:30 pm
Discipleship Training..................... 7:00 pm
Nursery & "Lirtle Children s Churchi" provided



ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
CATHOUC CHURCH
928 East Howard St. U.S. 90 East
Father Richard Perko
P.O. Bo.\ 1179 Live Oak, Florida 32060
(3861 364-1108,
SUNDAYt
Sunday M.ss.................9:30 am
Sunday Mass...... .......... .....8:00 am
St. Therese of the Child Jesus (Jasper')
Sunday Spanish) Mass.................12:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Wednesday Mlass.... ............ .........7:00 pm
THURSDAY
Thursday\ M ass...... ..... ............ 9:00 am
FRIDAY
Friday Mass ..... ........:......9:00 am
SATURDAY
Saturday (Vig i Mass. ......................5:00 pm
.. .' '" .. 227234-F


ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1391 SW 1 lth Street, Live Oak
WEDNESDAY
Eucharist & nction....... ..............10.30 am
& 6:00 pm
:THURSDAY
Eucharist 7:00 am
SUNDAY
Eucharist............ ......................... 9:00 am
Sunday School...................................9:45 am
Eucharist........ ............................ 11:00 am
Nursery pro. ided for both ser% ices
Parish hall available for community activities
For more information call '386i 362-1837
The Re\. Donald L. Woodrum Rector



TABERNACLE BAPTIST
CHURCH
Pastor Gill Roser 362-7800 .
Gold Kist Blvd. (across frori armory)
SUNDAY
Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Evening Worship 6:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
* Wednesday Service 7!30 pm
2n7417-F


MELODY CHRISTIAN CENTER
& Melody Christian Academy
Highway 129 South Live Oak, FL
(386) 364-4800

Children's Ministry-Youth Ministry-Adults
Services:
Sunday 10:00 am and 6:00 pm (TBA)
Wednesday 7:00 pm Adults
Children's Ministry
Revolution Youth Church
Saturday 7:00 pm Revolution Club
Nursery Available All Services 272F
Pastor Frank C. Davis 226984-F


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standard? It's not fair, it's not
honest, and, ultimately, it's not
helpful to those Christian film-
makers.
(I want to add that while I
did not like "End of the Spear,"
the same filmmakers did an
exceptional job with their doc-
umentary version, "Beyond
the Gates of Splendor." The
documentary chronicles the
tale of five missionaries who
lost their lives while reaching a
tribe of Ecuadorian Indians in
the 1950s. The documentary
catches the spirit of people
who trust so much in God that


they are willing to sacrifice
their lives in order. to follow
His will.)
"Freedomland" was released
in February and concerned a
white woman who blamed a
black man for the kidnapping
of her son. There are at least
two instances where Samuel L.
Jackson, playing the investi-
gating detective, spoke of the
need for God in our lives. The
policeman had found redemp-
tion and witnessed this salva-
tion to others. That's an incred-
ible element seldom found in
cop movies. Though I admit to
being moved by this charac-
ter's spiritual confession, I'm


sad to add that the R-rated con-
tent battered me emotionally.
Perhaps the most intense
movie I have ever seen, I.
found myself so disturbed by
the escalating theatrically
charged events that I actually
stepped out of the theater mo-
mentarily.
As I said, from a spiritual
perspective, this has been a
disappointing year at the
movies. But wait,.what's this I
see nearing a Dec. 1 release?
In "The Nativity Story," Acad-
emy Award nominee Keisha
Castle-Hughs ("Whale Rider")
and distinctive newcomer Os-
car Isaac (Spanish writer/Civil


War martyr Federico Garcia
Lorca in "Beauty of the Fa-
ther") star as Mary and Joseph
in the retelling of the birth of
Christ.
There are many Christians
involved with this production,
such as screenwriter Mike
Rich and producer Wyck God-
frey, plus a wide spectrum of
Christian New Testament
scholars and historians who
have been involved in the pre-
production process. Addition-
ally,. New Line Cinema
brought some influential evan-
. gelical leaders to the set, in-
cluding Anne Graham Lotz
and Frank Wright, president of


the National Religious Broad-
casters. Here is what they had
to say:
Anne Graham Lotz:
"From what I have observed,
'The Nativity Story' is bibli-
cally accurate, historically au-
thentic and visually stunning.
Written with heart, directed
with sensitivity, produced with
excellence and performed with
artistic grace, it is destined to
become a beloved, cherished
classic." ,
Frank Wright: "'The Na-
tivity Story' is a biblically
faithful and artistically superb.
expression of the most mo-
mentous event in human histo-


SUWANNEE RIVER
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Rev. Ray Brown
17750 16th Street, Live Oak, FL 32060
(386) 842-2446 '
SERVICES
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship................11:00 am
The distance makes the difference.
12 miles North of CR249, Nobles Ferry Rd.
293506-F
CHRIST CENTRAL MINISTRIES
1550 Walker Avenue SE Live Oak, FL
(386) 208-1345
Sunday Morning 10:30 am
Wednesday Night 7:00 pm
Pastor Wayne Godsmark
Senior Pastor 227427-F


GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
Karl R. Stewart Pastor*
9989 CR 136 (Duval St.) 2 miles East from
red light
SUNDAY
Bible Class 9:30 am
Worship Service 10:30 am
WEDNESDAY
Bible Study 7:30 pm
386-364-1851 242305-F

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LIVE OAK CHURCH OF
THE NAZARENE
915 Church A\e., SW\\ 1 Block So. of Mavo
Road North of High School
Rev. Louis J. Medaris
'SUNDAY
Sunday School 9:45 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Evening Worship 6:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Evening Prayer Meeting................7:00 pm
"A Church on the Move" 22742-F

NON-DENOMINATINAL
LIVE OAK CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Pastor: Dr. W. Ray Kelley
Comer of Hamilton and Ohio Aves.
(Hwy. 129 N)
(386) 362-1085. (386) 209-1614
www.liveoakchristian.org


SUNDAY
Sunday School 10:00 am
Family Worship 11:00 am
Evening Worship 6:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Bible Study 7:00 pm
227429-F


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LIVE OAK CHURCH OF CHRIST
Minister: Craig Williams
Home: (386) 362-6409
1497 Irvin (S.R. 51)
P.O. Box 281 Live Oak, FL 32060
Church: (386) 364-5922
Bible Classes 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11.00 am
Evening Worship...............................6.00 pm,
Wednesday Bible Class 7:00 pm
Featuring Mentoring Progranh for Jouth
227490-F


COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
830 Pinewood Street, Live Oak, FL
(386) 362-2323
SUNDAY
9:45 AM Sunday School
for children, outh and adults
11:0) ANM Morning Worship
WEDNESDAY
5 45 PM Fanmil Fellowship Meal
6:30 PM Kingdom Kids Children,
Partners in Chnrit south. and Adult Bible Study
7-30 PM Choir Pracice
Rand3 \\ ilding. Pastor
A Christ.,:entred. Gospel-proclouainit
S Ptoplet ., lg, Fanly Chturlc 227473-F



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
"' U.S.A. '
421 White Avenue, Live Oak
(386) 362-3199
Pastor Shirley Mergan
"SUNDAY'r ,
Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship 11:00 am
Communion First Sunday of every month
227468-F


LIVE OAK CHURCH OF GOD
,US 129 South
Rev. Fred R. Watson 362-2483
SUNDAY
Sunday School 9:45 am
Children's Church 10:45 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Evening Worship 6:30 pm
Childrens Choir 6:00 pm
Sunday Evening Childrens Church...6:30 pm
Wednesday Night -
Family Training Hour..................7:00 pm
Wednesday Night Dinner.................5:45 pm
Children's Classes, V.I.B.E. Youth Church,
Adult Bible Study 227432-F


LIVE OAK FIRST
ASSEMBLY OF GOD,
13793 76th St. (Mitchell Rd.). Live Oak, FL
Re%. Donald Suggs :
362-2189
SUNDAY
Sunday School................................. 9:30 am
Children's Church 10:30 am
Morning Worship............................. 10:30 am
Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night. 7:30 pm
227436-F
REFUGE PENTECOSTAL
TABERNACLE
12280 Co. Rd. 137. Wellborn. FL i
(386) 688-2791
Pastor: Darin Wilson
SUNDAY
Sunday .... ......... ........................... 10:00 am
Sunday E\ening. .......................... 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night.. 7:30 pm
293507-.F

LIVE OAK SEVENTH DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Pastor Brandon White i
11239 SR 5I, Live Oak, FL 32071
364-0717 English: 330-2575 Spanish
SATURDAY SERVICES
Sabbath School ................... 9:15 am E
D eine ............................................. 11:00 am
TUESDAY
Worship Tuesday Nigt .. .
Pra er Meting... ..........7:00 p.m.
'.7477-F


PINE GROVE UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
5300 CR 136A, Live Oak
Phone (386) 362-5595 .
Pastor Karl Wiggins
SUNDAY,
Sunday School (for all ages).............9:45 am
Morning Worship............................. 1:00 am
Choir........ .................................. 5:30 pm
Evening Worship...............................7:00 pm
TUESDAY
Men's Bible Study .-7:00 pm
Women's Bible Study...................7:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Youth Program ............................... 5:00 pm
M id-W eek Service..............................7:00 pm
"(_'lI015 OIH11IP I11TH IS"
227461-F
NEW HARMONY UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
160th St.
(Go south on 51 to 160th, turn right)
Pastor: Stan Posey,
Phone (386) 776-1806
SUNDAY
Sunday Worship 9:30 am
Bible Stud .. .10:30 am
S WEDNESDAY|
Women's Bible Study 10 am
S.293508-F


What a difference a few hours can make. With
every new dawn, we are given a new lease on
life, In fact, it's as if each new day brings with
it all of the fresh possibilities of a new
creation; with new eyes prepared to see it
afresh and a revitalized spirit bursting with
newfound energy and fresh hopes. But of
course, the flip side of this is that we often.
find ourselves feeling tired and worn out at
the end of a long day, and we tend to view
things with jaded eyes and resignation as we
tire. And although this may be the natural
ebb and flow of things, let us always

remember, especially when things are looking
gloomy, that tomorrow \\ill be a brand new'
day. There is an ancient Sanskrit poem which
reflects this philosophy quite nicely: "Look to
this day, for it is life, the very life of life. In its
brief course lie all the realities and truths of
existence: the joy of growth, the splendor of
action, the glory of power. For yesterday is
but a memory, and tomorrow is only a vision,
but today well lived makes every yesterday a
memory of happiness, and every tomorrow a
vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this
day!"

From the rising of the sun to
its setting the name of the
Lord is to be praised!
-R.S. 1 Psalm 113:3 t


FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
311 S. Ohio Avenue, Live Oak 362-2047
Pastor: Jim Wade
-CO.IE IIOR.SHIP ImfITH 'NS" -
SUNDAY
Early Worship..............8:30 am
Sunday School Assembl).................. 9:30 'am,
Sunday School................................ 9:45 am
Worship................................. ......... 11:00 am i
Youth Fellowship..............................4:30 pm
Praise Service................................ .6.00 pm
MONDAY
Childrenis Choir....................... .......5-30 p.m .
WEDNESDAY
Chancel Ringers............................. 5:30 pm
M en's Crusaders.......................... ..7:00 pm
Lamplighters.................................. 8:30 pm A
22146i.-F
WELLBORN
UNITED METHODIST
... 12005CR 137 I I
963-2154 963-3071 .
Pastor James Messer .
Music: Geiger Family '." ,
SUNDAY ,
Sunday School.................................10:00 am
Worship Service....................... 11....1 :00 am
Evening Vespers............................. 6:00 pm
@ Huntsville UMC. Lake Jeffery Road

TUESDAY
,..." "Prayer lifferce isiofi at the Aller "
7:00 am. Noon and at 7:00 pm
Church is opened all day, E'eryone is welcome
McLeran Memorial Library
Tuesday 9:30 am to 11:30 am

WEDNESDAY
Bible Study............................. :..........7:00 pm -
.. 293509-F


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Register now!
Mother's Morning Out
program has openings
The Mother's Morning Out program at First Presbyterian
Church of Live Oak now has openings. They have an experi-
enced kindergarten teach, Laura Merritt. If interested, please call
the church office at 386-362-3199.

Today thru Sunday!
Sept. 8-10
Westwood Baptist Church
hosts world-class magician
Westwood Baptist Church will host Greg Davidson, author,
Christian illusionist and funny guy who will entertain and speak
with special programs at 7 p.m., Friday-Saturday and Sunday at
10:50 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., Sept. 8-10. Church is located at 920
SW 11th St., CR 136, Live Oak, one block past roundabout; Cost:
free; Note: no reserved seats, seating limited, first come, first seat-
ed, an offering will be received and a nursery will be provided;
Info: 386-362-1120.

Begins today!
Sept. 15-16
2006 Ladies Retreat
Florida Advent Christian Conference, Women's Home and For-
eign Missions will sponsor its 2006 Ladies Retreat Friday-Satur-
day, Sept. 15-16 at Camp Suwannee, Advent Christian Village,
Dowling Park. Keynote speaker.will be Pam Buchanan. Registra-
tion begins at 6:30 p.m. on Fnday \ ith first session beginning at
7 p.m. and sessions from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturday. All ladies are
invited to attend. Cost: $12-includes retreat and meals. Each lady'
is responsible for arranging personal lodging. InfWo 386-658-5333.


Sunday
Sept. 17 .
Family and Friend Day at
New National Grove MBC
New National Grove MBC will celebrate its Family and
Friends Day at 3 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 17. The church family in-
vites you to share with them as Minister Floyd Jones of Mt. Mori-
ah I.A.M.E. Church in Live Oak brings the message. Come one_
come all and let us celebrate in the Lord. For there is a Word.
from the Lord. We pray the Lord continues to smile on you. Pas-
tor Tommie L. Jefferson.

Sunday
Sept. 20
Orange Baptist Church
celebrates Homecoming 2006
Orange Baptist Church of Live Oak invites members, old and
new, friends, family and the community to Homecoming 2006 on
Sunday, Sept. 20. Celebranon begins at 10:30 a.m with music by
local talent. Worship services will be brought by former pastor,
the Rev. Andrew Hall. A covered dish dinner will follow i the fel-
lowship hall at 1 p.m. Info: 386-776-2021.


Saturday
Sept. 23
Day of Praise and Prayer'
Rally in Lake City
Da\ of Praise and Prayer Rally in Lake City \\ ill begin with the
blowing of the shofa at 2 p m., Saturday. Sept. 23 at Memorial
Football Stadium in Lake City. Praise Rally. sponsored by Pro-
found Prophecy International, 'will include music by local numn-
istries. Prayer Rally. sponsored by Lake City \Vomens Aglow


SON-GOING CHURCH MEETINGS
Greater Vision Support Group 75 on US 90. on the north iWde Iof Ite road; open to the public. Info 386-6113.
Greater Vision Support Group meets every Friday at 9:30 a.m. at Christ Cen- "Fj'ith without uorks is dead" Jame.s 2
tral Ministries, 1550 S walker r A.e Live Oak, FL 32064; Info 3*6-20.-6315U Line Oak Church of God "Prater at the Gates of the Ci.n"
Old Time Gospel Memorial Jamboree-first Friday, 6:30 p.m in Lee %or- Live Oak Church of God, "Praer at the Gates of the City," .every Friday, 7-
ship Center, 39.s Magnolia Dne, Lee; free Gospel concert; open mike; every- 9.45 a.m 9828:US 129 South anrd the roundabout. Info: 386-362-2483.
one is invited, bring a covered dish and bring a friend; door prize; free will of- Si. Luke's Episcopal Church ALPHA .
fearing and d,.,onons taken t,:, benefit the roo'fbuddiring fund and epernes of ihe. S Luke's Episcopal Church. I 3l Eleenih Strret Li.e O.k. ALPH.A. free
sing; group., -inger and piclrs. it ,u ant "' perform or for more inform'a- dinner, nurserN: 'outh program. open to none. \ednesd.a,. 6 30i pm Intfo
:tion, contact Allen and Brenda McCormick, 850-971-4135, after 6p.m.. 36-362-IS3 ,
Home Front Ministries Fellowship of Christian Cowboys meeting
Home Front Ministries hold; .eekl,, meetings, offers spiritual and emotion- Fellos'hip of Christian Cov.buo\s meeting. 5 3A p m. first Saturdav': SRRC
al support to women going through separation, divorce or a troubled marriage; Arena in Branford, and 5 301) p.m.. second Saturda\, Sun annee Counti Colise-
alo. offers indi idual praer minitr, to %omen. regardless of marital status, for umr Arena. L te Oak '
healing life's hurtn Located in Lake Cir, into 3.6-754--2100i or 356-963-4903 "Coming to terms with your divorce"
Mothers of Pre-schoolers (MOPS) Tirst Baptist Church of Live Oak. Howard Street; nine-week course, "Com-
A 'aiith-ba.ed support group for mother. x 'ith infants to school--age children ing to Terms with Your Divorce;"' Info: 386-362-1583..
Come arnd eni,:, talking kLh other morn. guest speakers, snacks, crafts. chil- Broken Lance Church
dren's activities; 9:30 am.-noon; secondhand fourth Tuesdays, September-May) First American Indiai church, Live Oak; nine miles south,on US, 129, open
at First Baptist Church, 401 W. Howard Street, Live Oak; Info: 386-362-1583. to all persons; services:' 10 a.m. and .11 a.m. 'Info: Broken Lance Church,:386-
Christian Mission in Action first Tue;day. 6 p mr. at Triumph the Church 364-5998 or 386-364-6547..
and Kmgdonm of God in Chrtit Youth Center. 12001 NVw Se'.enth St. Lise Sernices at noon on %Vednesday s at Ebenezer A.- E Church
"'k. ,& : .'.. 3j ti4-4 li ,, r '7 '' Bb ezer AME Church.. corner Hou,. .on 'l ', t '.orhi, "
Chrisrian 'fission min Action MIinisr.l free food and clothing give-away, services at noon each Wednesday for one hour, lunch served b\ church iaff. The
second Saturday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at John H. Hales Park and Recreation Center, Rev. Charles E. Graham, pastor.
Duval Street, Live Oak: Info: Audrey Sharpe, 356-364-.4560 Wanted Wanted -'Wanted!
Community Christian Center Food Assistance Program Pregnanc,, Crisis Center. 112 Piedmont Street, Li'e Oak needs volunteers
Community Christian Center Food Assistance Program, five miles west of I- Info. 38- 330-2229.








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Lighthouse, begins at 6 p.m. with pastors leading the community in
corporate prayer. Info: Suzanne Dyer, 386-208-9504. or Jesten Pe-
ters, 386-719-8941, www.profundprophesy.com.


Saturday-Sunday
Sept. 23-24
Springfield Missionary Baptist
Church celebrates homecoming
Springfield Missionary Baptist Church, 610 West Ave. NE, Live
Oak \- ill obsenre its first homecoming Saturday-Sunday,. Sept. 23-
24. Saturday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. fellowship on the grounds and at
11 a.m. Sunday worship service. Touch a neighbor. relative or
friend and let them know the church family of Springfield Mission-
ary Baptist Church is inviting all former members, members and
friends who call Springfield "home" to fellowship and enjoy Jesus
with them. They look forward to seeing each of you. The Re\. Leo
Fleming is pastor. Info. Susie Seay, 386-362-2115 or Charles and
Donna Yulee, 386-362-6594.

Sunday
Sept. 24
Philadelphia Baptist
Church homecoming
Philadelphia Baptist Church in ites you to join them for home-
coming services at 10:30 a.m.. Sunday. Sept. 24 and to stay after-
w ard for a covered dish luncheon in the fellowship hall. Guest
speaker: Dr. Fritz Fountain: Special music: Donme Bullock. No.
services Sunday night. Brother Leroy Dobbs is pastor.



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There is, a new puppy in rent cal- I
Smyhouse. Or, 1o put it anoth- culations-
Ser way. life as we formerly and these
knew it is no% completely are con-
over. We have entered anew servati e-
era, "The time of the puppy." suggest a Derek Maul
\\ell we did both turn 50 500 per-
and evidently something had cent yield
to give. Our children have per large bo,,l of drinking
pre much, left the nest, water.
we've been dbine some re- Three: Home decor has al-
modeling, the decor finally ready taken on a markedly
reflects what we want and our Labradoodhan quality. From
liies have realized a eritain the enormous crate in the
level of stabdlit, an' 'eni.t."' kitchen, to the box of expen-
So I guess it's pretrN much a sive puppy toys Scout never
given we had it coming. remembers to put back, to the
Officially this jet'black neatly shredded carpet frag-
long-legged large-footed nments (\\ho knew one thread
gangly 41-xeek-old pf berber was so long?), our
"Labradoodle" belongs to my home is currently sporting a
wife. Nbt at 5:45 a.m.. but dog-ithemed motif that will.
most certainly the remainder likely last for a long rime.
of the da\, the portion that Four: The amount of ex-
necessarily comes after cess energy that I have a% ail-
morning coffee. able to donate to the cause of
Some of you will remem- puppy training is significant-
'ber m) faithful old dog ..ly less than I had anticipated
Mozart. Moe adopted me the at think stage of mr life. In the
moment he walked into our field of thermodynamics (that
house and I was most defi- branch of physics concerned
nitelh his man Our neiv dog, with the transfer or conver-
christened "Scout" after the sion of energy) there is a con-
character in Harper, Lee's cept known as entropy. En-
novel "To Kill a Mocking- trophy essentially\ has to do
bird," is being trained, fed, with oomph iget-up-and-go)
and cared for by my wife. that' is no longer available for
Scout is hers by design and mechanical work. So .there
she already follows her mis7- ou hae it: My bod)-the law
tress around the house like a of entropy in perfect illustra-
shadow. If I was the "alpha tion.
male" before, their I guess Fortunately it appears that
this makes my wife "Scout- the wealth of reading materi-
Smaster" in the new order. al my wife is consuming
Our black cat Darth Maul combined with my 18 years
immediately initiated the of experience in exceptional
newcomer with a concise ex- student education should pay
plantation of the "Cats rule off and yield measurable re-
Sdogs drool" social hierarchy. sults ...
' He beat the .puppy signifi- Scout is healthy, intelli-
cantly about the head, hissed gent, good natured, and high-
ferociously and smacked her ly motivated to. please (my
once more for good measure, mother said the same about
We may have to work hard me when i was a puppy!). I
regarding such concepts as have nothing short of great
house-breaking and "heel," expectations for this the
but Darth managed to teach newest remblpof our fami-
the new dog to sit and roll ly, and I know we will not be
over in around 15 seconds. disappointed.
It has only been five days All we really need is pa-
at this writing but already I tience, consistency, clear ex-
have noticed some significant pectations, reliable conse-
trends. quences, -even temperaments
One: There is nothing, ab-- and love backed up by well-
solutely and without excep- considered action. Come to
tion, that an 11-week-old think of it, with school start-


Labradoodle will not attempt ing back up again tomorrow,
to chew into a thousand small I can't imagine a better plan
pieces. That includes the for both parents and teachers.
newspaper I am in the Believe me, it works, and I'm
process of reading at the not exaggerating when I say
time, shoes I am still wearing, that such an approach is the
and any unsuspecting kitchen very least that we can do.
cabinet handles she can sneak Columnist Derek Maul is
up on. Tampa based writer, Reach
Two: If appropriately har- him at
nessed the unremitting cas- derekmaul@gmail.com, or
cade of puppy slobber could check out more of his work at
solve all potential irrigation DerekMaul.com.


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BRICK HOME '. er, laigy 42.5 2,641 .q. n. tml.
home on a .86 acre city block. This unique home has a
second kitchen with bath and laundry built on. Has a
roomy living room and a 2-car carport. #54631
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&roof, large liungroom w/fireplace, big pantry in
kitchen, large bedrooms with walk-in closets.
GRE Un ti,:. rnTC |u,.t ail a rrni ,.:,i ir. .. Shower/tub combo in master bath. Landscaped 4.26
DOauiluid lrk,ny Lah, r.l..h,:.-.. ii .:.' ):.u, h i,,i acres mostly fenced for your animals with 23 huge
deck and enjoy nature orrelax In your Jacuzzi on your pecan trees. Detached-garage, shelter, storage and
back deck. Home comes with 2.7 acres that is fenced. workshop w/AC. Located just outside of Mayo on CR
Bring all reasonable offers. $80,000 #52462 300. $159,900 #53174 293544-F


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FI\E ACRES on paied road. near town Retrcted io I.50ii0 4q ft home
S 5I),i Call Ronrue P-.:.le 362-4539 ttMLSn5028
DON'T MISS OOUT on I,.- I+. acre lot on ihe Suv.annriee Rier can be
; o i o :,i nl., t .t" Oher Itel on the .. iter, near mile marker I13 :on
Sbe Su., anrO. and le h. rhan 1 4 mile from the public boat ramp i''. )1)1
Call Nelda Haicher r,..-Siir' MLS#'L.4i' I
SNICE title home -ci in ihe couniJrr., Co.-eniintri ti. R..\jal Spring:. LI e
a I a. -ind Branri.rd Pri i:d v[. sell' Call Kin-. H-, a.'.itd .i.;. 5.

THIS BE.LITIFLiL HOME .nd .icreag.e I paradise f.:.r ihe prit ae'
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Po:ol, .for m:ore dceiil 362--153' MLStit54b'.
S'OLiLL LO\ E MORE SIPACE. From ithe op,:n r l.ichr. el. ri re i1., a
liberally, rzd I iring' r.,:.n. reo an e- panded flmil,, r. o.ri:m ompkle, .-' ih
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Oak. Florida There are 3 Iimited nrin.er ol on: plu: ai:re lot1 tlha '*ill
ha' e 2-1 hour ta i..\ aciee.;- 1, 2-4.1. Su...arince Courir .Airporrt Su. airice
rCounrt, airport i; lighted and p,.ed .% inh a currei-. leng:h ,:Of 4 i.eiiin et
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30 ACRE PARCEL partially fenced. Costal bermuda hay field with large barn. $285,000
MLS# 54677
3 BR /2 BA triplewide mobile home in Old Sugar Mill Subdivision. $139,500 MLS# 53227
3 BR /2 BA custom river home on the Suwannee River with 3 beautiful acres. MLS# 54205
Beautiful 10 acres on the Suwannee River. Includes a 38 ft motor home.
MLS# 53603 $325,000
Beautiful 5 acres of pastureland in Suwannee County. MLS# 54385 $77,000
3 BR / 2 BA on 1.64 acres on Vargas Acres Subdivision. MLS# 53961 $112,500
2 BR / 2.5 BA townhouse style condo in Edgewater, FL with Indian River frontage. $425,000
MLS# 54682
4 acres in Beulah Land Subdivision. $49,900 MLS# 54523
3 BR / 2 BA DWMH and 2 BR / 2 BA SWMH on 3.15 acres in Lee, FL. $159,900 MLS# 52550
120 acres of beautiful timberland. Great for your future home. MLS# 53243 $1,255,000
3 BR/2 BA, 1,786 sqft, on 22.3 acres. Located in the country about 5.5 acres miles from town.
MLS# 54461 $410,000
3 BR/2 BA has recent renovations include Ilaminate flooring, double pane insulated windows,
and new fencing located in a good neighborhood close to shopping, schools, & downtown
Live Oak. $173,900 MLS# 54231
3BR/2BA Victorian home. Upgrades have been made to thishome in the city limits of Live
Oak. $239,500 MLS# 54795
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Lost & Found
WE DO BACKHOE & FRONT END
Loader work. By the hour or by the
job. 386-364-8393 or 386-208-9792.


HAVEYOU SEEN ME? .
My Name is Quentin. My Home is
at 14374 68th Street. I should
have a black and white collar with
a blue Dog Bone Tag, with my old
address which is: 6060 Mangrove
Street. If Seen Please Call 386-
965-8497 REWARD


OF CONSTRUCLTION .'..... r hc.. i 'irr. j ..nn o:i, ,cpi -, or u ir,4 .. n-i
r-a-e muich )r;-. 'i ai~r filrT~ri-n rLodr-.-. r dif~t- i r .j:c.n fli,-,i f. ,e lhc-u-c Th
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horn-e on ,, I IIi zcre .ih i mri,,rrec',Irfi~it h5; re,. I'moc ,ioura', ,Inr1, in'r.,r. .LT
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[1AMILTON COUiNTI N.nrl, ne oul. i..,l.don '2 Imm f; P,cr-.. d h.,ri,Toe -r~d
%ell r.r irrig n.mvr. o Li m .i : kr i' l f 1114. iof, CJ lll h. D l.;L,-ro *c: '% .-%44- I 5CI.I
10i ACRES ( 'uri-, Lii. r IIf, Nii hL,, 4D, 1-511 ShwronSu-jer '386-a6.5-1203'
5 AC RES Home m -..nI Br'ri .-.:.ur pli-.' lIlLS 4-"in-. C II ri h.:i f. me
16 ACR.ES Paro-i.I, -- k g-dI, r zmnh -,d .rid r 0i ,.,.,d G,cm.l -.l- ,.d ii-,rn'c
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Lost & Found
FOUND DOG Female, black, tan,
white, long hair, older. No collar. Call
623-1494 to identify and leave a
message.


First Day
STEEL BUILDINGS
Shops Barns Arenas
24x 30 to 100 x 200 or custom built!
Will Deliver & Erect...
Call J.L. Dupree Construction
386R-75R4-578


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Next class 10/02/06.
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MRS. VICKERS' CLASS from
Suwannee High School will be
holding their Annual Fall Yard Sale
on September 9th. It will be held in
front of the high school from 8:00-
12:00. Items for sale include
-appliances, clothes, household
items, toys and much more. For more
information call 208-1508.


BUSINESS SERVICES Miscellaneous


PUBLIC NOTICE Respected
developer announces release of
Phase 1 marsh, lake and wooded
home sites in new gated and upscale
riverfront community near beaches
on Georgia coast. FREE 24 hour
recorded information 800-293-2511
Ext 2001


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First Day
GENERATOR 2005, Briggs &
Stratton. Elite Series, brand new,
never used. Gas (10 Gal.) 8500 peak
amps, 5 recepticles, 120v, 240v,
20amp. $749.00. Leave Msg. 386-
208-1060. '


U PICK PEAS $10.00 Bushel. Call
Ben Hingson 386-776-1197. Open
Monday, Sept. 4th.




FINANCIAL SERVICES




PERSONAL SERVICES




EDUCATIONAL SERVICES


PETS
LOST AN ANIMAL? WANT TO
ADOPT? Call Suwannee County
Animal Control at 386-208-0072. M-F
from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.




AGRICULTURE
Farm Equipment
First Day
CYCLONE RAKE.(leaf vacuum) tow
behind mower. 200 gal. capacity.
$700.00 Call 386-776-2348


Household Items
FURNITURE and nousenold ilems
by appoinlmeni 386-623-2711 or
386-623-3235 Charlie or Gloria

Garage/Yard Sales
SEPT 9TH. 7am -3p m. Hwy 129,
scuir, 2 mi pasi Publix Clolnes.
4urniiure, bc.oks colleclibles. lois of
household items. .


Hitson Realty, Inc.
102 Hatley St. PO Box 1089
Jasper, Florida 32052
(386) 792-1688


- 2br/lba


1000 sq.ft. on large lot in,

Lynn Lakes Subdivision.

Home has new washer,

dryer, and refrigerator.

Don't miss, priced to sell

quickly. $69,900. ,, ..
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Apartments
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Only $12,000- .29 acre lot just outside Lake City's City
limits, mobile homes allowed. City water avail. MLS
#54229
$24,000 each, two adjoining lots, each 2 acres, in O'Brien
near Suw. River & Royal Springs. MLS #51494
Yours for $69,900, 5 acre lot just off Market Rd. in Suw.
Co., cleared with finished shed, must see. MLS #54619
Just $75,000o 5 acres in Suwannee Ranchettes. partially
Cleared, graded road, off Braniford Hwy. MLS #48418

FOR MORE INFORMATION: CALL SANDY
KISHTON, 386-344-0433 -294138-F


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529 S. Ohio Av
Bus. 386-362-1389
S.C. Sullivain (386) 362-
Realtor Assoc. M. Elizabel
(1) Off Hughes Road: Four
acres wooded. Good area,
priced to sell at $41,500.
(2) 4.43 acres with a 1990
SWMH, 1472 sq. ft. under'
roof with decks .& porches,
3BR/2BA, fireplace, kitchen
furnished, nice trees & some
open land. $99,900. -
(3) US 90 West: 6 acres with a
3 bedroom, 2 bath- CH&AC
CBS home in good condition
containing approx. 2380 sq. ft.
under roof. Priced at
$249,900.
(4) Saddle Club: Nice one
acre tract in grass with
scattered .trees fenced. Good
buy @ $49,950 terms.
(5) Perry, FL: 148'x100' lot in
Perry, FL. pa'ed street. city
sewer, and tater, homes only.
Priced to sell @ $13,500.
(6) Off CR 250;,, 10 acres.
parliall) wood, Approved well
& septic tank. Good County
Road $11,000 per acre.
(7) Branford area: 15 acres in
good cropland, with county
roads and fence on three sides.
Excellent location near US 27
& US 129. Reduced to $10,995
per acre
(8) 'Dixie Cuinty near Rock
Bluff: Four two are tracts
wooded, good area. For all
four lots $98,000.
(9) Connor's Park: Nice one
acre tract with 3/2, 2004
CHI/AC DWMH, containing
approximately 1600 sq. ft. 2
car carport, 12'x24' storage @
3$125,000.
(10) Off CR-349: Two acre
wooded corner lot near Royal'
Springs. Good buy at $19,900.
(11) CR 141: Four acre tract
with 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
under .construction cont.
approx 1508 sq. ft. 4 acres
paved rd. $180,000.


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e., Live Oak, FL
Fax: (386) 362-6131
1389, E\enin2 362-2990
th Elliott, Evening 842-2372
(12) 167th Rd.: 3 Bedroom, 2
baths CIH/AC brick with
garage, kitchen furnished. 2
ac. homesite $165,000.
(13). Lafayette Co: 5.3 Acres
900 ft on US 27 &, 628 ft. on
county rd. with a 1996 Palm
Harbor doublewide mobile
home, large deck, front porch,
motor home storage & hook
up, detached storage bldg.,
wooded, fenced, 4" well
sprinkler system, good buy at
$169;000.
(14) Two wooded acres on
paved road, Will work for land
home package. 123,000.
(15) Jasper, FL: 3 bedroom
brick home with carpet.
Numerous, updates, new
CHIAC, paint inside & out,
carpet roll good, new
refrigerator & stoe. Good
bui at $89.900.
(16' i Secluded: 5 acies fenced
with a 2/2 DWMH, kitchen
furnished, 4" well. $89,000.
(17) Off CR49: 40 acres in
Coastal Bermuda grass on
good 1/4 mile on county road.
$10,900 per acre.
(18) Off US 129 South: Five
acres partially fenced
scattered trees & grass. Good
land home tract. $49,950.
(19) Suwannee River: One
acre wooded tract on paved
road with 107 ft. on water,
elevation survey buildable,
good buy @ $72,000.
(20) Falmouth Area: five acre
tract with a 2 bedroom', 1 bath
singlewide mobile home, 8x20
shop. $84,500.
(21) Hamilton Co.: CR 158, 5
acres in grass with a'few trees.
Seller will furnish survey.
$74,900.
(22) Suwannee River Park
Estates: 3 lots'on good county
road, utilities to property.
Priced to sell at $16,500. ;.


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fireplace, garage, new roof, new AC,
large deck, many extras. Only
$199,000.00 386-647-7822

Mobile Homes

First Day
LOVELY 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE 28x64
with large 2 story 3400 sq. ft. garage.
On pretty 4 acre hill. $224,000.00
386-963-1075.
Acreage
ACREAGE 4 to 20 acre lots. Owner
financing. Low down payment. Deas
Bullard/BKL Properties. 386-752-
4339. www.landnfl.com
BY OWNER In Middle Ga. Area.
Farm Land Timber Land & Hunting
Properties. Small and Large Tracts
Available. Call 478-984-4447 or 478-
290-6435
Five Acres-Dowling Park, FL.
W/well, septic & power. Beautifully
wooded. Paved road. Owner
financing, no down payment.
$925./mo. Total of $89,900. Call 352-
215-1018.
SUWANNEE COUNTY
Beautiful, new subdivision on C R
349. 1 mi. S. of C R 252, right on
160th Trace. 5 & 7 acre lots starting
at $89,000.00. Owner financing.
Call 1-866-386-2376.
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Help Wanted
CHRISTIAN FAMILY NEEDING farm
help. Alcohol and drug free work
place. Pay based upon abilities.
Please call 386-842-5166
CLASS A CDL OTR DRIVERS
needed, two (2) years experience
required. Health insurance,
retirement, & paid vacation.
Drug Free WorkPlace.
Call (386) 294-3411.
COMMERCIAL PLUMBERS
Pay $17-$20. Benefits available
Call Miller's Plumbing
(850) 386-4622 in Tallahassee, FL
COMPREHENSIVE
COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.

DIRECT SUPPORT
PROFESSIONALS
Part time and full time. Required
high school diploma or GED. Two
years minimum experience in
education, child care, medical,
psychiatric, nursing field or working
with people with developmental
disabilities.

ATTENDANTS :
Complete -training -r.-...ided t.-.
perform janitorial .er.ii-ce Ir,
Suwannee /Hamnilton area. Need
dependable transportation; able to
lift 351bs. Uniforms provided.

ADA/EOE/Drug free work place.
Apply in person at:
Comprehensive Community
Services, Inc., 506 South Ohio
Avenue, Live Oak, Florida 32064.
Or Call 386-362-7143 for more
information.
First Day
EXPERIENCED GM TECHNICIAN
Excellent pay plan. with benefits.
Prefer experience in automatic
.transmission repair. Apply at Wes
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FARMTECH POSITION
BMP DEPT
To perform tasks relating to the demonstration
and research programs of the North Florida
REC Suwannee Valley. Tasks include;
harvesting and grading of research crops,
assist in data collection, equipment operation
and,' maintenance, and field clean-up at
seasons end. Applicant must be capable of
following written and/or oral instructions.
Applicant must be willing to work under
adverse weather conditions. Applicant must
have a valid Florida drivers license and be 18
years of age. Salary: $8/hourly. There are no
benefits associated with this position;
Application deadline is Friday September 22,
2006 or until filled. Contact: Karen Hancock for
an application, 7580 County Road 136, Live
Oak, FL, (386) 362-1725 x 101. A background
check is required.
INSURANCE AGENT NEEDED
Duties involve commercial
insurance with well established,
locally owned, independent
insurance agent. 440 or 220
license required. Salary, Health
Benefits and Retirement Plan.
Please apply at Jordan Insurance
Agency. 386-362-4143

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Improve our community health by
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ALL SHIFTS- 8 OR 12 HOURS
Exceptional Health Care Insurance
Vested Retirement after six years
SComprehensive State of Florida
Benefit Package

Career Service Rate -
RN $16.83/hr to $19.16/hr + benefits
LPN $13.67/hr to $14.36/hr +
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Per diem rates available (non-
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Starting rates based on experience

For further information contact:
Kathy Reed at 904-368-3310 email:
reed.kathyrn @mail.dc.state.fl.us or
Sharon McKinnie, QF.N. at 850-922-
6645, email:
mckinnie.sharon@mail.dc.state.fl.us


First Day
Library Tech/Nursing Instructor






RLAKE CITY
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LIBRARY TECHNICIAN I
A paraprofessional position
managing serials, and .
newspapers, cataloging and
processing new books, and
assisting with acquisitions,
reference and circulation. MARC
cataloging experience required.
Associate degree in appropriate
area plus three years library
experience, or High School
diploma, or equivalent, with five
years library experience. Working
knowledge of EX Libris Aleph
software and knowledge of Dewey
Decimal System preferred. Salary:
$21,612 plus benefits.
Application deadline:
September 14, 2006

NURSING LAB INSTRUCTOR
168 Day -Full-time, Grant Funded
Position. Conduct the learning
experience in the laboratory
preparing nursing students for
clinical experiences. Responsible
for lab preparation, organization,
inventory and maintenance. BS in
Nursing, State of Florida RN
license (or license eligible), and 3
years experience in acute/skilled
care facility. Salary based on
degree and experience. Application
review will begin
immediately.College application
required. Position details and
application available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu. Inquiries:
Human Resource Development,
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386)
754-4594 E-mail:
boettcherg @ lakecitycc.eduLCCC
is accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and
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HELP WANTED ma,renanrc:e man
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Transportation a must. Drug free
workplace. Call (386) 330-2567
*MANAGEMENT.
MANAGER IN TRAINING
Hibbett Sports is hiring in Live Oak.
Apply at 6836 Su'wanee Plaza Lane
Live Oak, Fl. 32060. Hibbett Sports
conducts drug testing.
www.hibbett.com
,manager
KFC-LIVE OAK now hiring
rrianager' 2 yrs. experience .
required. Competitive pay. Apply in
person at 823 S. Ohio Ave.
First Day
MH serv/repair
WAYNE FRIER
CORPORATE OFFICE
is now hiring for Mobile Home
Service and Used Home Repair
Position. Experience required. Call
Larry J. Olds for interview 386-362-
2720.

MYSTERY SHOPPERS
GOOD MEMORY!! Shoppers
needed in Liye Oak and throughout
FL!! Apply online at
www.secretshopnet.com
First Day
OFFICE ASSISTANT Black Gold
Farms. Assist with payroll, record
keeping, quality control, billing &
federal regulation compliance.
Computer experience required. Full
time w/benefits. Send resume to:
tamih@blackgoldpotato.com, call
800-660-8002 or apply at 16650
165th Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060.
PARTS HELPER NEEDED.
Computer exp. (Quickbooks),
understand parts breakdowns, be
able to operate forklift,. etc. Send
resumes to PO Box 1300, Live Oak,
FL 32064
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
Suwannee Medical Personnel Home
Care hiring Per Diem Physical
Therapist for Home Care visits in
Columbia, Suwannee and
surrounding counties. Competitive
rates and instant participation in the
401K plan. Please call 386-755-
1544, ask for Martha.

First Day

Drivers .' : '
2 Company Drivers Needed.
RUN SOUTHEAST ONLY
Home Every Weekend
Sign On Bonus
Rider Program
(Immediate)
80% Drop & Hook
Health & Dental
Paid Vacation
CDL/A 2 Yrs OTR
Shoreline Transportation
877-208-9176
SERVICE TECH NEEDED-Needs
electrical exp (3-phase),. must be
able to read wiring diagrams & have
welding exp. Send resumes to PO
Box 1300, Live Oak, FL 32064


STORE & OFFICE MANAGER
The Spirit of the Suwannee is
looking for an experienced Store
Manager and an Office Manager for
the Country Store. Please call 364-
1683 for interview. Manager
Experience Req'd.
TILE & MARBLE
Well established company looking
For the right employee!!
Installer/Assistant
Must have experience
Must be able to lift 701lbs.
Reliable transportation
Smoke free environment
Please call 386-755-1991 for appt.
Drug screen/Backgrd req.


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Must be a Florida.certified CNA and
have at least 1 year experience.
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Live Oak, Suwannee County, FL
Due to growth we have new
employment opportunities in our
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*Examples of available jobs:
Deboner: $9.26
Packers: $8.71,
Warehouse: $9.06
-Night Sanitation: $9.06
Live Hangers: $11.20
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Espanol 386-208-0190
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA/NORTH
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CENTER
SUWANNEE VALLEY
OPS LABOR (3 POSITIONS)
To perform tasks relating to the
demonstration and research programs of the
North Florida REC fi Suwannee Valley. Tasks
include: harvesting and grading of research
crops, data collection, maintenance and
clean-up at seasons end. Applicant must be
capable of following written or oral
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must have a valid Florida drivers license and
be 18 years of age. Salary: $8/hourly. There
are no benefits associated with this position.
Application deadline is Friday September 22;
2006 or until filled. Contact: Karen Hancock
for an application, 7580 County Road 136,
Live Oak, FL, (386) 362-1725 x 101. A
background check is required.
ESTABLISHED company io',iri
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required. Please E-mail resume
lakecity@wal-staf.com or fax to 386- .
755-7911. For interview
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Excellent benefits such as profit
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Cosmetology license plus 2 years
of teaching or work experience.
Typing, keeping student records,
ordering materials, maintaining
inventory, assisting instructors in
clinic, preparing and grading
exams, collecting fees and
preparing deposits. Special
consideration will be given
applicants with an associate
degree or certificate in a related
area.
Salary: $21,612 annually, plus
benefits. Application deadline:
September 22, 2006

WEBSITE SPECIALIST
Technical work with the
responsibility for the timely upkeep
of all external & internal LCCC
Websites, Web applications & Web
technologies. High school graduate
or equivalent plus two years of
website design/maintenance'
experience and expertise in current
internet standards and languages
including IIS, Apache, FTP, DNS,
CSS, XML, XSLT, MSSQL,
PHP,ASP and ASP.NET.
Experience with publishing/imaging
applications. Special consideration
will be given applicants with
associate degree or
certificate in related area.
Salary: $23,827 annually, plus
benefits. Application deadline:
September 22, 2006

College application required.
Position details and application
available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.,edu
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place r
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu

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Suwannee Legals
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

The District Board of Trustees qf North Florida
Community College will hold its- regular
monthly meeting Tuesday, September 19,
2006 at 5:30 p.m. in the NFCC Student Center
Lakeside Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis
Dr., Madison, FL. A copy of the agenda may
be obtained by writing: NFCC, Office of the
President, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr., Madison,
FL 32340. For disability-related
accommodations, contact the NFCC Office of
College Advancement, 850-973-1653. NFCC
is an equal access/equal opportunity
employer.
09/08


NOTICE OF SALE

A & A MINI STORAGE LOCATED AT 10198
90TH TRAIL IN LIVE OAK FL. WILL
ACCEPT BIDS ON THE CONTENTS OF THE
FOLLOWING UNITS :

DORA ELLA THOMPSON (UNIT# B-39)

ROGER COTHRAN (UNIT# A-12)

CINDY JACKSON ( UNIT#B-44)

BILLY RAE FISHER (UNIT# C-14)

LINDA ARGUELLES (UNIT# C-17)

MINDY & PAUL BAKER (UNIT#G-1)

CONTENTS MAY BE PURCHASED IN PART
OR WHOLE PAYMENT MUST BE MADE IN
CASH SALE DATE IS MONDAY THE 11TH
OF SEPTEMBER 2006 AT 10:00 AM AT A &
A MINI STORAGE. A & A MINI STORAGE
RESERVES THE RIGHTTO BID. ,
09/06, 08


INTHE
CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 06-CP-51
Division: Probate

IN RE: ESTATE OF

CHARLES WALTON MEEKS

Deceased.

NOTICFTO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of Charles
Walton Meeks, deceased, whose date of
death was February 17, 2006, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Suwannee County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is 200 South Ohio Avenue, Live Oak,
Florida 32060. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.

All creditors of the *decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of this notice
September 8, 2006.

Attorney for Personal Representative:

Tom W. Brown
Attorney for Monica M. Baker-
Florida Bar No. 0091332
Brannon, Brown, Haley & Bullock, P.A.
P.O. Box 1029
Lake City, Florida 32056
Telephone: 386-752-3213

Personal Representative:

Monica M. Baker
11281 167th Road
Live Oak, Florida 32060
09/08,15

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:612006 000 001XX



In Re: ASHLEY JONES, minor

PETITION TO ESTABLISH CUSTODY

COMES NOW, Connie Andrew, the maternal
grandmother of the above referenced
individual, and herewith files this, Petition to
Establish Custody and as grounds therefore
states as follows:

1. The Petitioner is the maternal grandmother
of the minor child, to wit; Ashley Jones (Date
of birth: February 8, 1994).

2. The minor child has been living with the
grandmother for an extended period of time.

3. The address of the mother and father of the
minor child is unknown at this time.

4. The Petitioner respectfully requests that this
honorable Court establish custody in herself
oe In, mr.,or ,rind g.9en Ire astence o l and
urlkr.own wraiori .QuLb,,. Co la. minor .:nilao'
b.olgi.:,l parnit ny r i.n ign c.1I l ne lact thai
the minor child has been living with the
maternal grandmother for an extended, period
of time., "

WHEREFORE, the Petitioner respectfully asks
that this honorable Court establish custody in
the maternal grandmother.

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a'true and correct
copy of the foregoing has been furnished this
__ day of JULY 2006 by U.S. Mail
Delivery to the Clerk of Court and to the
biological mother, Lynn Mitchell Jones Parker
.McArther, and biological father, Michael
Jones, by publication in the Suwannee
Democrat.

W. RODERICK BOWDOIN, P.A.

By:

Rhett Bullard
Florida Bar No.: 175986' .
100 South Ohio Avenue
Live Oak, Florida 32064
Telephone: (386) 362-2040
Attorneys for Petitioner
08/18,25,09/1,08


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO:2004 CA 289

ABN AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP, INC.
PLAINTIFF

VS.

TRACY W. DOWDY, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN. SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST TRACY DOWDY; ELIZABETH
DOWDY, IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
ELIZABETH DOWDY; JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)

RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset
Foreclosure Sale dated August 23, 2006
entered in Civil Case No. 2004 CA 289 of the
Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in and
for SUWANNEE County, Live Oak, Florida, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
at the Front Steps of the SUWANNEE County
Courthouse, 200 South Ohio Avenue, Live
Oak, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 23rd day of
October, 2006 the following described
property as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgement, to-wit:

LOT 16, OF SUWANNEE WOODLANDS,
UNIT3, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1
PAGE 265 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A 2003 HOMES OF
MERIT DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME WITH VINS
FLHML3B16116721A &
FLHML3B16116721B

Any person claiming an interest In the surplus


INTHE CIRCUIT COURT,THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 612006CA0001340001XX

HAL FLETCHER AND LYN FLETCHER,

Plaintiffs, 0

vs.
SARAH A. PARKER, f/kla Sarah A.
McKinnon and JOHNNY W. PARKER

Defendant.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to
a Final Judgment dated August 29, 2006, in
Case Number 612006CA0001340001XX of
the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in
and for Suwannee County, Florida, in which
HAL FLETCHER and LYN FLETCHER are
Plaintiffs and SARAH A. PARKER, f/k/at Sarah
A. McKinnon and JOHNNY W. PARKER, her
husband, are Defendants. I, KENNETH
DASHER, Clerk of the Court, will sell at public
sale the following described real property:

Lot 4 PINE HILL 2, a subdivision according to
the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 1 page
422, of the public records of Suwannee
County, Florida.

The sale will, be held on Friday, September,
22, 2006, at 11:00 A.M., or as soon thereafter
as possible to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at the front door of the Courthouse at
Live Oak, Suwannee county, Florida, in
accordance with Section 45.031 of the Florida
Statutes.

KENNETH DASHER
Clerk of the Court


09/01,08


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board
County Commissioners of Suwannee Count
Florida, will hold a public hearing in the Ci
Council meeting room at the Live Oak Ci
Hall at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter c
September 19, 2006, on the question
closing, vacating, renouncing,' and disclaiming
all right or interest of Suwannee Count
Florida, and the public in and to a portion
public county road in Suwannee Count
Florida, described as follows:

All portions of Phillips Ave excluding portion
located in the Town of Branford.


If any person decides to appeal any decision
made by the board with respect to any matt
considered at such meeting, such person W
need a record of the proceedings, and fi
such purpose, may need to ensure that
verbatim record of the proceedings is madi
which record includes the' testimony an
evidence upon' ,r..n 'tri apr.t a l is to b
based.
09/08


for allowing bed and breakfast inns
as a special exception. "
of
y, The public hearing may be continued to one
ity or more future dates. Any interested party
ty shall be advised that the date, time and place
3n of any continuation of the public hearing shall
of be, announced during the public hearing and
ig that no further notice concerning the matter
y,, will be published, unless said continuation
of* exceeds six calendar weeks from the date of
y, the above referenced public hearing.

At the aforementioned public hearing, all
ns interested parties may appear to be heard
with respect to the amendment.

Copies of the amendment are available for
public inspection at the Office of the Land
Development Regulation Admhinistrator, City
Hall located at 10,1 Southeast White Avenue,
Live Oak, Florida, during regular business
hours.

All persons are advised that if they decide to
appeal any decision made at .the above
referenced' public hearing, they will need a'
record of the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
added. ,,
n. 09/08


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NOTICF OF PUBLIC HEARING
By: Arlene D. Ivey CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT
Deputy Clerk TO THE CITY OF LIVE OAK
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 612006CP0001660001XX

IN RE: The Estate of
DONALD W. STANFORD,

Deceased.

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION

The administration of the estate of DONALD
W.. STANFORD, Deceased, File Number
612006CP0001660001XX, is pending In the
Circuit Court for Suwannee County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which Is 200
S. Ohio Avenue, Live Oak, Florida 32064. The
names and 'addresses of the personal,
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT

All persons on whom this notice is served
who nare obleclic.n, that challenge Irne .aiiairy
ol Ir.,e w.ll. Ie .ualitlatCon, ol ita personal
representative, venue, or jurisdiction of this
Court are required to file their objections with
this Court, WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OFTHIS NOTICE UPON THEM.

All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three months after the
date of the first publication of this notice must
file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS, AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. ,:

The date of the first publication of this Notice
is
September 1, 2006.

Attorney for Personal Representative:
HAL A. AIRTH
P.O. Box 448
Live Oak, Fl. 32064
(386) 362:49165
Fl. Bar #306533

Personal Representative:
ANTHONY STANFORD
16917 188th Sireet
Live Oak, FL 32060
09/01, 08
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO 612006CP0001680001XX

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
BARBARA ANN HAND,

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of BARBARA
ANN HAND, deceased, whose date of death
.was August 9, 2005; is pending in the Circuit
Court for Suwannee County, Florida, Probate
Division, Case No. 612006CP0001680001XX;
the address of which is 200 South Ohio
Avenue, Live Oak, Florida 32060. The names
and addresses of the personal representative
and the personal representative's attorney are
set forth below

All Interested persons are required to file with
this court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE; (1)
all claims against the'estate and (2) any
objection by an interested person on whom
this notice was served that challenges the
validity of the will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, venue, or jurisdiction
of the court. All claims must be filed with the
Clerk and copies of said claims mailed to the
attorney for the personal representative,
Sandra K. Haas, Esq., Post Office Box 520,
Branford, FL 32008.

ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE IS SEPTEMBER 8, 2006.

SANDRA K. HAAS
Fl. Bar No. 0084870
Post Office Box 520
Branford, Florida 32008
Attorney for Personal Representative
386-935-6200 (6206 fax)

WILBUR EDWARD HAND
Personal Representative
19010 US 129, McAlpin, FL 32062
09/08,15
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

Auction to be held at:
Duncan Tire & Auto
970 Hamilton Ave., NE
Live Oak, Fl 32064
386-362-4743

Auction Date & Time:
September 20,2006 @ 3!00 pm

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from the sale if any other than the property
owner as of the date of the lis noendens must 1998 FORD


file a claim within 60 days after the sale

Dated this 23rd day of August, 2006

(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)


09/01,08


Kenneth Dasher
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Arlene D. Ivey


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1998 BUICK 1G4HP52K9WH506670

1994 FORD 1FALP52UIRA289246

09/08


INVITATION TO BID-

Sepaled C .: markea 'Soulh Hamilr.r. Rc.ofr,.
PrOle. W.iil De rs6ce~s~ i a in ir,- .:,.:- .,o ir.,
Superir.riaa ni of S.:r.ooi. J-8o0 S C.:u'r.
Ro3.3 152 la.re.i' Fi.o,d. n:'-0" ur.1 i
PP.M ScepleTrir 1.A :0C'6.

Bias wil oe :opnad in in5 cftno"i. ol rr,
Sup.innndEr. ars 3.100 PMP., September 18,
200F

righil': are rserA .,l 10 rel. ct inr, and all bids
ar.d i.1 war al leLr.r..31,n1 ,

Bl W.iil De awaldsd duln. in re, n ,r ulair i i crc,.lI
Board Mnet.r,g ci O.:lr.t.er 1u0 (10.

Bid plan: ar.. ipe,.r.ca r.', may be obtained
from the General Services Dep3itmnnt d25
15th Avenue "JW .iaFper. FL Cr .: al i&'-."92'
6580. or 792-6581.
09/01, 08, 15


BY THE PLANNING ANJD ZONING BOARD .
OF CITY OF LIVE OAK. FLORIDA NOTICE
IS HEREBY GCIVEN hat pu.'-uarn io the C.rv
of Live Oak ..ara De.aiopren i Pauiatio.r,i,
aS arime1nda n.are.rafiter referrd 1-3 a: tfrh
Land De.elopmLinl Regularlltr., ,.le,'lr.
recorr.mendatc.nk ena c. ,mmeni c.rlncerrni'.',
,r, amendnricint aE -j.,crisDa celow ail be
r.ear. 1u ini Pi.an-..ng an. Zon.r..-I Bc'. ara .a
Inree Ci ol Lin Oar Florida am a purhl.:
neai.nq on Ser.r.ner I -01'16 1r ) 3 pm
or as ooo r. tr.reaslei as ire manner can be
heard, in the City Council Meeting Room, City.:
Haii iooied al 101 Soutl',hasI Wr.;ie A.snu-.
Li.- Oa' Fiora,

LDR 06-1? ar. applc.alor. r. iri, GCi Coun,.l
lo arrand Ihe teem or ri he Land DavelopiTienl
Regulalons, by add-ng Secoon 14 19,35
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PUBLIC NOTICE FOR REZONING

The Suwannee County Board of County
.Commissioners will hold a public hearing in
the City Councils meeting room at the Live
Oak City Hall on Tuesday evening, September
19, 2006, at 7:00 P.M. or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, to consider the
following:

Rezoning Request No. RZ-06-07-01 by Bailey,
Bishop, & Lane from Agriculture-1 to. a
Plapned Rural Residential Development.

Section 14 Township 2 South Range 14 East

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A copy of the application is available for
inspection, by the public at the Planning &
Z.r..nr. COn.r -. County Office Building 224 Pine
A.eu.,e L..a Oak, Florida (Phone: 386-364-
34011



Tc' ar., .:or.i.r.ui ;r,,..: ,, i.r,, ,u1.i:, r,.sir,ng -r.ai
be announced during ,the public hearing and
that" no further notices regarding this matter
will be published, -unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the date of
the above referenced hearing.

;At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear and be heard
with respect to the above referenced
application. If a person decides to appeal any
decision made at the'above referenced public
hearing, he will need a record of the
proceedings, and that for such 'purpose, he
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made.

Ron Meeks
Planning & Zoning
09'08


%Primary Election st or Nov. 7!


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