The Lake City reporter


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The Lake City reporter
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Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. 1967)
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John H. Perry
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Lake City Fla
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December 3, 2011
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daily (monday through friday)[<1969>-]
weekly[ former 1967-<1968>]
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United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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Saturday, December 3, 2011 Vol., 137, No. 260E0 75 cents

Live ~'Up there with God'.Unmoet

Oak at, 8.6 percent,

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crash V Nation adds said mna note to clients.
jobstffrpot It clinched one of the best
Frmsafrprs120,000 jo weeks in stock market lustoA Live Oak man was i November ry TIhe Dow Jones industrial
ejected from his vehicle average was up 37 points and
in a Friday morning acci- 825 for'the week. The only
dent that left him critically CHITPE .RGBR better week was in October
hurt. By CHITPE .RGRR 2008, when stocks lurched
Mark William Floyd, 50, ~ soitdPeshigher and lower during the
was driving a 1996 Mazda financial crisis.
pickup north on County ~'j WASHINGTON IlTe The report showed that
Road 49 when he drove k unemployment rate, which September and October were
off the road and onto the has refused to budge from stronger. months for the job.
shouderforunkown ea-the9 prcen eigboroodmarket than first estimated.. should fcordiunknow Flredate9prnteihood For four months in a row,
sons acordig t Floidafor two and a half frustrating Highway Patrol reports. yars, suddenly dropped in the government has, revised
yerckrtte n job growth figures higher for
The ruckrotaed ad November, driven in part by
overturned several times. ~'small businesses that finally pre om nts.d t
Floyd, who was not see reason to hope and hire. 10.1 pc ent ectoe 2009
wearing his seat belt, was ~, Economists said there wasformnhateteGet
thrown from the truck, 1 long way to go but likedformnhateteGet
according to police. He what they saw. Recession ended. It dipped to
was flown to Shands. at 4 Thle rate fell to 816 percent 8.9 percent last February and
the University of Florida ~ -~the lowest since March 2009, 8.8 percent last March but
in Gainesville in critical tomnhsaerPsintotherwise was at- or above 9
condition. Barack Obama took office., ecn
Unemloyent assd 9 Obamna, who faces a re-elecpercent that spring and had ton vote in less than a year stayed there or higher for al and a presidential campaign but two months since then. that will turn on the economy, C eleb s The country added 120,000 seized on the decline to argue
jobs in November, the Labor for expanding a 'cut in the Department' said Friday. tax that workers pay toward The economy has generated Socia Scury. 10,mU
100,000 or more jobs five Thtacurehs16nlmonths in a row -' the first lion Americans and will give to -th e hapnd. most households $1,000 to
time that has hapndsince $,0 hsya.I ilepr
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JASON MATTHEW WALKERIake City Reporte Dec. 31 unless Congress acts.
kitch ien Harold Usry, 54, a steeplejack from Jesup, Ga., uses a silver industrial enamel to paint GSeathcsin godi tR republicans and Democrats
GrSeathcsin. godi tre
a 50-toot flag pole Friday outside the Lake City Reporter building. 'I'm up there with ring in the U.S. economy,"P Ian have supported an extension Event to be God,' Usry said. 'God is my savior up there. He watches out for me. I ask him to keep Sehrsn neooita
held- for the 5~ me safe when I'm on the job.' High Frequency Economics,. LOWEST continued on 3A
year tomorrow.

By LAURA HAMPSON Lloyds gai'n March 0

Local celebrities oIf Die o'hn rnand officials will whip ime top hono
their favorite delicacies
.Monday night for the GAINESVILLE -Suwan- Mann has served on the
Women's Club of Lake nee County's Maureen and Suwannee Valley March
City Local Chefs Cooking Vern Lloyd received the of Dimes board -since Show. March of Dimes Lifetime 2008 And coordinates the
The event, held for the Achievement Award at chefs and sponsors for ffie fifth year, will include the North Central Florida Suwannee Valley Signature appetizers, Wine and Division's recent Annual Chefs Auction. samples of the featured Volunteer Appreciation In 2011 she also worked dishes. Local chefs will Dinner. The Lloyds were to increase the auction por- -*
include Genie, Norman, recognized for their dedica- tion 6f the event, adding
Taste Buddies colum- tion and service to March several prizes valued at.A
nist; Kay. Poltorak, of Dimes entinhemore than $500.,Women's Club presi- Suwannee Valley* area. The More than 175 volundent; Ronnie Brannon, couple's efforts in organiz- teers, representing the .
Columbia County Tax ing the Suwannee Valley Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist, .
Collector, and his wife Signature Chefs Auction Lake, Levy, Marion, Tracy Brannon. each year has made the auc- Putnam and the Suwannee t
Poltorak said she tion one of the community's Valley, attended the event A
will prepare "ain't your signature events, this year held Nov. 15 at the Best mama's coleslaw," a raising more than $50,000. Western Gateway Grand


LO RI DA Celebrity Birthdays
Lm Wednesday: Friday: Friday: E Singer Andy Williams 0 Olympic figure skater
a 7 isnsdy 84.ay Friday:a Witi-6
7-11-13-36-37-51 Afernoon: 2-0-6 Afternoon: 4-1-8-3 Thursday: is 84. Katarma Witt is 46.
x 2 Night: 7-0-7 Night: 7-4-3-3 5-27-28-32-33 N Rock singer Ozzy 0 Actor Brendan Fraser
Osbourne is 63. is 43.
0 Actress Daryl Hannah 0 Actress Holly Marie
is 51. Combs is 38.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Daily Scripture
cCready's she'spushing lck "(God's Final Word: His Son)
Mca ex: she pushn luc In the past God spoke to our
ancestors through the prophST PETERSBURG ets at many times and in variCountry singer Mindy McCready but in these last d y
is pushing her luck with the legal OUS ways, bays
system by not following a judge's he has spoken to us by his Son,
order to return her 5-year-old son whom he heir of all
to the care of her mother in Florida, appointed
her ex-boyfriend and father of the things, and through whom also
boy said Friday he made the universe."
McCready said Thursday she
would not bring her son back from
Tennessee, despite violating a cus- Hebrews 1:1-2 NIV
tody arrangement
McCready took the boy during a
recent visit at her father's Florida
home, and a judge signed an order
Thursday ordering authorities to Lake City Reporter
take the boy into custody and return HOW TO REACH US
him. It's not yet clear whether the Main number ........ (386) 752-1293 BUSINESS
singer could face &ixninal charges. Fax number .............. 752-9400 Controller Sue Brennon ....754-0419
si g e c ul f c e ir i n l h a g e .C irculation ........... .... 755-544 (sbrannon @ lak ec ty epo m )
"I'm doing all this to protect Online... www.lakec7tyreporternncomo I kCLtT cN
Zander, not stay out of trouble," The Lake City Reporter, an affiliate of
McCready wrote in an email to The ASSOCIATED PRESS Comanity Newspapers Inc., is pub- HomedelveryoftheLakeCttyReporter
Associated Press on Thursday. "I In this undated photo, country singer Mindy McCready performs in Nashville. shed Tuesday through Sunday at 180 should be completed by 6:30 a.m. don't think I should be in trouble for E. Duval St, ,Lake City, Fla. 32055. Tuesday through Saturday, and by 7:30
protecting my son in the first place." says her son has suffered abuse at Murray's challenge will be heard Periodical pos ge paid at Lake City, Fa. a.m. on Sunday.
pMember Audit Bureau of Circulation and Please call 386-755-5445 to report any McCready says she is in her mother's house; her mother, by a state appeals court in Los The Associated Press. problems with your delivery service.
Tennessee and cannot travel because Gayle Inge, denies the abuse allega- Angeles, assuming he files an open- AJi materal herein is property of the Lake -j In Columbia County, customers should she's nearly seven months pregnant tions. ing brief at a later date. City Reporter. Reproduction in whole or. call before 1030 a.m. to report a serwith twinS. Superior Court Judge Michael in part is forbidden without the penis- vice error for same day re-delivery. After
the tugso Pastor blasted Murray's conduct on sion of the publisher. U.S. Postal Service 10:30 am., next day re-delivery or serTMJackson d No. 310-80. .vice related credits will be issued.
enforcement anywhere can pick Tuesday, calling him a disgrace to POSTMASTER: Send'address changes In all other counties where home delivery
up the boy and bring him back to files appeals notice thp medical profession. to Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box 1709, amiable, next day re-deivery or
~L a k e C i t y F l a 3 2 0 5 6 "i s a v i a l n x a e d l v r r s r
Florida. LOS ANGELES The doctor Pler Ty, Fil .. vice related credits will be issued.
Paile hangateBil c~ih Publisher Todd Wilson,..754-0418 v
The boy's father, Billy McKnight, sentenced to four years behind bars Paisley to hang with ( Circulation ............... 755-5445
told the NBC 'Today" show Friday for causing Michael Jackson's death Urban after surgery (
he spoke on the phone with has filed a notice that he intends to aEditor Robert Bides.754-0428 (Tuesday through Sunday)
McCready and their boy after the appeal the conviction. ( 12 Weeks.............. $26.32
judge's deadline expired. Conrad Murray signed a one- NASHVILLE, Tenn. No one has 24 Weeks .............. $48.79
"He did sound healthy and ok. He page document that was filed in spoken to Keith Urban since his sur- ADVERTISING 52 Weeks ................... $83.46
wasn't crying or scared," McKnight Los Angeles on Friday seeking all gery last week to remove a polyp on Director Ashley Butcher-.. .754-0417 Rates indude 7% sales ta.
sad botthirso.(authr~akc4eorercM) ail rates
About their son. records and transcripts from the his vocal cord. ( 12 Weeks .............. $41.40
i4 think she believes she has a case. The filing does not indicate the That's because the country star is CLASSIFIED 24 Weeks ............... $82.80
case and doesn't realize she's push- basis on which Murray will argue to on complete vocal rest for the next To place a classified ad, call 755-5440 52 Weeks .................. $179.40
ing her luck on this one," he said. overturn his conviction or sentence. couple of weeks.
McCready and her mother have The 58-year-old was sentenced Friend Brad Paisley has checked CORRECTION
had a long custody battle over Tuesday to four years in jail for his in with Urban, and they have plans
the boy. The boy was living with involuntary manslaughter conviction, to hang out while Urban recovers. The Lake City Reporter corrects errors of fact in news items. McCready's mother, who was award- but the term will be automatically If you have a concern, question or suggestion, please call.the
ed guardianship in 2007. McCready cut in half. (AP) executive editor. Corrections and clarifications will run in this
... space. And thanks for reading.


Stricter c b rules When agents seized drive stick, so they gave up
Harnois' computer, they and ran away.II for Tampa clubs found 85 images and 10 Authorities are investi- PARTLY rMORNING PARTLY ISOLATED \SHOWERS
TAMPA- Officals are videos. Officials say he gating. t C
TMA-Ofcasae used his work computer to CLOUDY FOG CLUYTSTORMS EARLY
looking for ways to impose urase hils. cmptrt stricter regulations on transfer the files. Deputy suspended ,-'
nightclubs that draw large HI 77 LO 51 H
crowds inTampa. Greer trial set to overcomments HI73LO46 HI75 H L5 HI78LO50 170LO43
This action follows a take place inJuly BRADENTON A
.rash of shootings in the Manatee County Sheriff's
Tampa'sYbor City dis- ORLANDO The trial deputy was suspended for
trict, including an incident of the former chair of discrediting a sergeant on outside Club Manilla that the Republican Party of Facebook. MC;pe naery Sunday Monday
wounded five people last Florida is set for next July. The suspension 0. Cape Canaveral 75/63/pc 78/61/pc
month. A prosecutor, defense reported Friday by the Tallahassee 11e Citye 71/54 Daytona Beach 76/61/pc 78/59/pc
The St Petersburg attorney and judge settled Bradenton Herald followed .71/48 73/46 Ft. Lauderdale 80/69/pc 78/67/pc
Times reports that city on July 30 as the start of an internal affairs, inves- Pmsacula Gainsille Bata B Fort Myers 81/60/pc 83/61/pc
officials are considering the two-week trial during a ligation into the actions 68/58 .P.nlflCIt GaInesvIlle 75/51/pc 78/52/pc extra .layer of brief hearing Friday. of deputy Gerald Kall fol- 69/54 Ocala Jacksonville 74/55/pc 76/55/pc
',76/53 Jcsnil 45/c7/5p
rules for clubs that admit The start of the trial lowing a car accident in Orado C Key West 78/72/pc 80/72/pc
patrons as young as 18. will be more than two September. i 76/60 I4/64 Lake Ciy 75/50/pc 77/51/pc
They wotild also :like to years after Jim Greer was According to the report, Mi amie 7/7/pc 80/6/pc
fieclubs that don't ated charged ith steering Kall was driving a sheriff's 78/00' Wes Nam aple 80/a654/pc 80/66/pc
safety meetings held by nearly $200,000 of party car Sept. 14 when was 77/71 Orlando 78/60/pc 79/59/pc
the Fire Marshal's Office. money toward a fundrais- involved in the crash. Kall F\ ,auRaI~d Panama Cy 69/56/pc 70/57/pc
One concern is the hum- ing firm he had formed posted a link to a newspa- ft. M11v 79/700 Pensacola 70/63/c 71/65/sh
ber police officers who are ith a top aide while keep- per article about the crash .80/61 ", @e Tallahasee 72/53/pc 75/55/pc
typically outside the clubs ing his interest in the com- on Facebook and com- ~8/4 Muii ap05/c8/0p
to provide, crowd control at pany a secret, mented that the investigat-. Ke Wst 7/70 Valdosta 72/52/pc 77/54/pc
closing time. He has pleaded not ing sergeant "screwed up .. 77/69 ....W. Pal Bech./ ./c.972p
The council will get guilty and says he is the the report."
a report on additional victim of party conserva- The report says the dep- ,
rules they may be able to tives who turned against uty used explicit language [F []1i ] ll t
impose on Feb. 2. tlien-Gov. Charlie Crist, to describe the sergeant. TEMPERATURES .SUN ir Aa exclusive
Man gets 27 years tor. watdte 25.8 hours. fud LOW Friday -43 Sunset today 5:30 p.m. brought to
o chl ponAttorneys watdte The investigation fud Normal high 71 Sunse tom., 7:11 a.m. MEl our readers
fo tridpoe al to start after the that Kall's Facebook i.Normal low 47 Sunset torn. 5:30 p.m. Umhisluili
ORJ.ANDO A Florida legislative session, given account was public when ~'Record high 85 in 1982 Today's by
man has been sentenced to that legislative leaders are he made the posts. Record low 24 in 1999 MOON .ultra-violet The Weather
27 eas n edralprso epetedtotetiy.Moornse today 1:12 p~m. radiation sk. Channel.
27ge r i ed rl rso xp cedt tsift H v ng PRECIPITATION Moonset today 1:01 a m. for the area on
for possessing child por- Haigit 'own Friday .0.00" Moonise tom:- 1:4pOm. a scale from 0 l
nography and distributing Stick shift foils way' a bad thing Month total 0.00" Moonset tom 1:538 m.
it over the lIhternet ajckn DETtr-utoite Year totai 32.89" O g)
The Orlndo Setinel DELTON- Authrities Normal month-to-date 0.14" watleom...
reports that after his ST. PETERSBURG say a central Florida man Normal year-to-date 45.94c"ec e.Jn.Frcssdt n
relase, 44-year-old Robert -Two carjackers gave was arrested after jokingly . a7 De.. 2 1 Forecsts dat an
J. Harnois will spend the up trying to steal a 2007 trying to buy drugs at a ,LstNw Rt"I !!I'Cet,,LMaioWs
retof his life on proba- Nissan when they discov- Burger King drive-thru, ulLs o Firs t my iww LPeadiblshen, WIo.
tion. ered that the car was a The Volusia County
The east Orange County sticksif Sherif's Office reports : [ g
man was arrested in April The St. Petersburg that 32-year-old Shawn
and pleaded guilty Aug. Times reports that a man Porter and a friend placed 7a ip 7p / la' i 6a On this date in
11. Prosecutors say he and his girlfriend were an order for "blunt and Sattuday Su~da'yi 1998, record warm i' e '
posted 77 images and two leaving his workplace early some herbs" at a Deltona weaomthe Pstcd too no
videos of child pr. The Friday morning when two Burger King Thursday the East Coast, setnewspaper says he posted men pulled a handgun, night. ting many record !ii..
the items on a child-por- The assailants said if the A cashier smelled ma- higehs seta
nograPhy website for an couple didn't get out of the juana coming from their th recd Wisghse
undercover FBI agent, car, they would shoot car and jotted down the fthe reodthigh6
The U.S. Attorney's The men then~jumped license plate of the car, and ,degrees.
Office says the images into the car and started it, then a supervisor called .'w(etpavs
were of infants, toddlers but didn't get far. Police 911. u mand preadolescent girls., say the carjackers couldn't (AP).


March of Dimes honorees Cottage foods workshop set for Dec. 7

From staff reports viduals to manufacture, sell and store will present information on the Florida
New Florida laws apply to vendors certain types of food products, like food permit requirements for a. ceri-i who sell directly to consumers. The breads, cookies, candies, and cakes, fled kitchen. Derek Barber, Columbia UF-IFAS Columbia County Extension in an unlicensed home kitchen. These County Livestock Agent will present Office will have a free workshop .laws apply to small farmers and farmers information on livestock requirements, Offies willDe free woho6p. market vendors, such as poultry, that are allowed.
Wedesda Dec.rmi 5:30nty ioud 30Jenny Jump, Columbia County To register for the workshop titled,
164 at t CMia Cty airgraboundsExtension Family & Consumer Science Cottage Foods 101: Navigating Florida's,
new regulations and opportunities it Agent will present information on the New's Regulations for Small Producers, allows. FloridaCottageFoodLawRequirements. call (386) 752-5384. Leave a message,
In July 2011 the Florida Legislature LindaLandrum, UF-IFASMarketingand with your name and the number of passed a cottage food bill allowing indi- Rural Development Extension Agent people attending.

Volunteer of-the Year Recipient Bo Walden (from left), 2011 Top Obama officials meet with Latinos
Volunteer of the Year Ferne Mann, 2010 Volunteer of the
Year Linda Walden, Dee Jay Hellrung and Quenta Vettel, By LAURA WIDES-MUNOZ Miami Dade College President forward. programs that help Latinos,'
North Central Florida Division Board Chair and member. Associated Press Eduardo Padron, who hosted the even as much of its legislative agenda'
event, warned the nation will be ill- has been blocked in Congress. MIAMI Senior Obama adminis- served if it ignores the challenges fac- Assistant Secretary for Housing and, tration officials on Friday met with ing the nation's 55 million Latinos. Urban Development John Trasvina' an t Hispanic business and community "The future of the U.S. is inextri- noted that in 2011, Congress cut his,
Leaders from Florida as part of a nation- cably linked to the progress of the department's budget for counseling wide effort to increase outreach to Hispanic community," he told officials programs from more than ,$80 million Latinos, among the hardest-hit groups 'during the morning. session with the to zero, despite the fact that millions' p rLior~ity in during the U.S. economic downturn, crowd of roughly 200. "Hispanics are of Americans, particularly Latinos,
The event at Miami Dade College the fastest growing community. If faced foreclosures. The. administra-,' 40ore comes as the unemployment rate for those individuals are not prepared tion fought this year to include $40Hispanics remains at 11.4 percent by leaving economic and educational million for housing counselors, whom' even as the nation saw,.a small dip in opportunities, we are not serving the Trasvina said are key to helping peoBy BRENT KALLESTAD White added prominent the jobless rate to 8.6 percent, nation.", ple remain in their homes.
andGARY FINEOUT South Florida trial lawyer Latinos were among Obama's stron- Fridays'- summit is part of a series 'The, studies show people who go"
Associated Press Willie Gary on Friday to gest supporters in 2008, but many of daylong, interactive events adimin- into foreclosure proceedings with, a',.
serve as co-counsel with have become disillusioned by the lack istration officials have held around counselor are twice as likely to get a.' TALLAHASSEE '- Flor- Tallahassee attorney of employment opportunities and lack the country since July, highlighting loan modification than see their house'.
ida's top law enforcement Chuck Hobbs in an effort of progress on immigration reform. the administration's efforts to push foreclosed on," he said. agency wants Florida.A&M to regain his position at' University and the Board Florida A&M. White conof Governors to hold off tends he repeatedly told LOWEST: Unemployment rate down to 8.6 percent
on any disciplinary action university officials about
following the death of a problems with hazing. Continued From Page i,4
school band member so Hours before Bailey s
they don't interfere with letter, Ammons said he was but differ on how to pay jobs created per month since Dersa opened the Frank The accelerating debt criits criminal investigation suspending the activities of for it July, compared with an aver- Street Bakery this week with sis in Europe has loomed
into reports that hazing a task force he formed last The Senate on. Thursday age of 13000 the first seven her husband. They took the over the economy for' preceded the musician's week, a decision applaud- defeated plans from both months of the year. $60,000 gamble after seeing months. An economic coldeath D ed by Gov. Rick Scott. parties. Republicans had When the economy is signs that the local economy lapse there would hammer,
Florida Department The governor called proposed paying for the cut improving or slipping into is improving. They, too, plan sales of American exports.
Comf Law Enforcement Champion's death "horr- by freezing the pay of fed- recession, many economists to add a worker soon. And if the crisis causes banks Commissioner Gerald ble" and said state leaders eral workers through 2015. say, the household survey "When we go to a restau- to stop lending money, the
Bailey sent a three-para- must work to ensure that a Democrats wanted to raise does the better job of pick-" rant here, there's a 30-minute world economy would suffer. graph letter Friday to similar incident never hap- taxes on people making $1 ing up the shift because it is to two-hour wait Homes are But there are signs that FAMU President James pens again. million or more a year. more likely to detect small selling in this area," Dersa Europe is moving toward a
Ammons and Chancellor 'You send your child to "Now is not the time to business hiring, said. "People are spending." solution. Earlier this week,
Frank Brogan noting that college. You expect them slam the brakes on the recov- "We might finally be see- Indeed, Americans six central banks around "objective, investigative to come back," Scott said. ery, right now it's time to ing new business creation dropped a record $52.4 bil- the world made it easier for activities have been initi- You don't expect some- step on the gas," Obama said expand again, which is criti- lion over the Thanksgiving commercial banks overseas ated by law enforcement thing to happen to them. Friday. cal to the sustainability of the weekend, according to the to borrow American dollars
authorities. He said the This stuff has to be so Inside the unemployment recovery," said Diane Swonk, National Retail Federation, to do business. The coordiinadvertent release of any infuriating as a parent." report, one of the most close- chief economist at Mesirow. a trade group, A separate nated. action calmed finaninformation related to the Sc6tt's Comments came ly watched indicators of the Financial, a financial services report from MasterCard cial markets and bought case could have an adverse while a -group of black economy's health, were signs company. .ound K '#ain is u oI!cians to work
effect on the investiga- Tallahassee ....rninisters of impfovement for sm li The National'rederfti nost percent ffbm 1 some ng out tion's results. held a news conference businesses, which account of Independent Business; a year. The leaders of Germany
Drum major Robert to announce formation for one of every two jobs in small business group, said The unemployment report and France appear to be.
Champion, 26, was found of a task force charged the private sector. I Friday that its own survey of was the latest encouraging pushing for stronger rules*
unresponsive on Nov. 19 with battling hazing at A The government uses a smallcompanies shows that indicator for the economy. to make sure European
on a bus parked outside historically black colleges survey of mostly large com- more of them are planning to Other reports this week have governments are responan Orlando hotel after a and universities. panies and government add workers than at any time shown that factories are pro- sible with their budgets, an
football game. His death 'We areaware that haz- agencies to determine how since September 2008, when ducing more, construction is approach designed to save sparked a criminal investi- ing has been ingrained, many jobs were added'or lost the financial crisis struck. growing, and people are buy- the euro currency from colgation into whether FAMU ingrained and ingrained each month. It uses a sepa- LogicBoost, a Washington, ing more cars. lapse.
officials have ignored past into the culture," said the rate survey of households D.C., software consulting warnings about hazing. Rev. RB. Holmes, pastor to determine the unemploy- firm with 19 employees, has Ammons had already of the Bethel Missionary ment rate. hired a sales worker and a .
expelled four students Baptist Church in The household survey marketing worker in the past
belivedto een onnct-Tallhasee."At hispo Reverse Mortgge
believed to been connect- Tallahassee. "At this point, picks up hiring by companies three months and planned ed to the tragedy and fired to be able to respect and of all sizes, including small to post an opening for a soft- "j longtime band director honor the legacy of Robert businesses and companies ware engineer Friday. INCOME FOR LIFE
Julian White. The schools Champion, we must come just getting off the ground. "Business is. going gang- .
famed "Marching 100" together to make sure It also includes farm workers busters," CEO Jonathan
band was also suspended there will never be another and the self-employed, who Cogley said. "It would be for an indefinite period Robert Champion will die aren't included in the survey great if the economy were MCELHANEY'S
from any future activities, this kind of way." of companies. stronger. I think we'd be
The household survey has growing even faster." Frank Mcdlhaney, GMA MORTGAGE SERVICES
shown an average of 321,000 Outside Detroit, Grace pincipalBroker Your Local Mortgage Connection
Environment an Sisters "-_---__-issue to ranchers NOTICE OF MEETING

By Matt Sedensky Meeker and other officials COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Associated Press surveyed at Dixie Cattle CITY OF LAKE CITY
Ranch in Okeechobee.
OKEECHOBEE Short Woody Larson, the ranch's
on cash to make big land owner, has built simple NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Lake City Community Redevelopment
purchases with .'public,. berms, levees and other Agency will hold a meeting on Monday, December 5, 2011. The meeting is scheduled for money, environmental offi- catchrhent areas to hold 6:45 p.m. at City Hall, 205 North Marion Avenue, Lake City, Florida. c:ials are increasingly turn- rainwater.
ing to ranchers and other Holding the water on site
landowners to help in proj- acts as a flood prevention All interested persons are invited to attend. ects aimed at flood preven- tool at Lake Okeechobee,
tion, water quality improve- where waters run south to. AUDREY E SIKES
ment and Everglades res- By preventing it fr-om run- City Clerk
toration, ning into the lake, runoff is
Eight ranchers north of also kept 'out of estuaries, ______________________________________________Lake Okeechobee signed where freshwater can alter
land managementdeals this the salinity levels, which in
week with the IDepartment turn can disturb sea grass,NO IE FM ET G
ofEnvironmentalProtection a cornerstone of life in such N TC FM E IG '
andthe South FloridaWater bodies of water. And the CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Management District. The water storage also plays
water management district into larger Everglades res- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Lake City, Florida will is now involved in about toration efforts, by curbing meta7:0P onMnaDc br5,21 inheCyCo clCabrsoaedn
100 such contracts, which the flow of phosphorous, me t70 Mo ody eebr521 nteCt oni hmeslctdo
a-,re seen as a cheaper alter- a fertilizer that fosters the the second floor of City Hall at 205 North Marion Avenue, Lake City, Florida. native to traditional govern- growth of cattails that can
' ment land acquisition pro- limit native vegetation. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: If you require special aid or services for any,of the meetings grams. 'The health of the
"It's cost-effective for the Everglades is about get- identified above, as- addressed in the American Disabilities Act, please contact the City. government, it's profitable ting the water right," said Manager's Office at (386) 719-5768. for the ralichers and it's Herschel Vinyard, the DEP
good for the environment," secretary "And a key part
said Melissa Meeker, exec- of getting the water right is All interested persons are invited to attend. utive director of the water getting the land right."
management district. Perched atop a swamp
The projects vary from buggy, Larson' sloshes AUDREY E SIKES
site to site, but often take along through his sprawl- City Clerk
the shape of the one ing ranch.


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Canada or MN AesWAW. NO

Eurozone? Mr.Biden,
itch Ratings thinks X "
the United States is victOr y
still a AAA country,-.i t
but its optimism disappeared this week.
The credit evaluator down- .agraded the outlook for the U.S. -- a _economy to negative despite ..icePresident
the recent bump in consumer 'Joseph P Biden
spending and a slight improve- J_ R B
ment in employment numbers Jr. said the Obama
for November. It's hard to look' administration is
at the inability of Congress to "not claimin g viccome up with credible ,spend- tory" in q. as good,
ing cuts without a feeling.of because the administration had
impending doom. nothing to do within.
Gloom has settled upon N Mr. Biden made the comEurope, where the debt crisis meantt onhursday's 'Today
continues to spread and the c.-. Show," the same day he attendOrganization for Economic f rJ 'u rKi ed the ceremonial lowering
Cooperationand Development (-'Ur u P W -0< of the American flag at Camp
is predicting a global reces- Victory near Basra, Iraq. The
sion. As it is, the OECD has Iraqi government was paying
slashed the growth forecast for tribute to tle sacrifices made
its 34 members to 1.6 percent, by U&-led coalition forces
down from 2.3 percent just six over the eight-year war. Had it
months ago, The forecast for Its A O K to been up to Mr. Biden or Barack
troubled Europe dropped from Obama, the United States
2 percent to a barely percep- would have left the Iraqis to
tible 0.2 percent pr -. ii.L i U3 their fateyears ago.
Contrast this to the situ- Mr. Biden, who had helped
action in Canada one of the siewyar.shepherd the Iraq war authofew OECD countries that ha's Is not that I'm overly over just the last few years. rization through the Senate
fewOED curie tat aswedded to the idea of cel- But is it all about political in the fall of 2002, had given
weathered the current eco- ebrating something called J correctness, or are we just ter- up on the effort by 2007. "In
Canada learned itslesson, the "Christmas" on Dec. 25. rifled of appearing intolerant, a world this dangerous, with
nation is creating jobs today. Almost everything we even when we don't care about a crisis as tough as Iraq, hard
Thnain si ation as associate with the traditional the politics of the matter at truths need to be told," a
bleak in 1994, when the day of honoring Christ's birth hand? The Journal's editorial Biden for President campaign
endured a fiscal and debnation is some kind of a pagan import writers seem to think it's the advertisement intoned. "Joe
debt crisis anyway, including the date latter, noting back in 2008 that
with the humiliation of a credit itself, which probably was cho- Betsy "ar late e notice n 0that Biden says this war must end
downgrade. Canada suffered snbcueiwanartewvw bets ysblogcom "of late we've noticed an inter- nw"M.Bdnhdn at
the uncertainty of not knowing e because it was near the a personal change: People are in the "surge" strategy being
whether a bond auction aimed w ine tree in hng a the "holiday season," of course. much more timid in offering implemented by Gen. David
at funding its deficit would dead pine tree into the house, Complete with "holiday trees seasonal greetings (i.e. 'Merry Petraeus. "I really respect
attract enough bids. It did, but putting a balloon Santa in the "holiday presents," "holiday Christmas) as if they're walk- him," Mr. Biden said, "and I only at the last minute. front yard or maxing out on ornaments" and so on. I just ing on eggshells for fear of giv- think he's dead flat wrong ...
n199, Canaa was un- credit cards on Black Friday heard an advertisement featur- ing offense." the surge has failed." He preIn 1994, Canada was- run- don't exactly tout the birth of a ing "Mrs. Claus" encouraging I have to agree. Sure, the, dicted that "if we do not change
ning a fiscal deficit of 5.6 savior, you know. people to finish their "holiday folks tearing down creches course in Iraq soonyou're
percent (well below the peak I've written before about how shopping" so they could get in town squares, arguing that going to see, two years from
of 8 percent in 1983 and 1984, I'm not sure that protecting the ready for the big day. they present some sort of now, helicopters hovering over
but still unsustainable) with word "Christmas" is something No mention frdm Mrs. moral hazard, are politically our embassy in the Green Zone
a debt-to-gross-domestic- Christians needed to fall on Claus that the day is actually correct Grinches. But when in Baghdad with people hangproduct (GDP) ratio of about their swords for. "Christmas." Doesn't that seem Mrs. Claus won't utter the word ing [onto] the ladders just like
67 percent. That's small by As a Christian myself, I've just a little extreme? "Christmas" but has to. use Vietnam. Mark my words."
today's diminished standards, long celebrated Christmas as a Yes, we've long had "win-' "holiday" when referring to the At the advent of tile surge but back then it earned the sort of national secular holiday, ter" pageants in schools. Even big. day, that's not political. it's strategy in January 2007, thenGreat White North a down- anyway. A fun one, for-sure. But when I was a kid, "Christmas" just plain silly. Sen. Obama predicted that
grade toAA status. Then- as a Christian, I feel I'm called was pretty uniformly verboten Especially considering that deploying additional troops
Prime Minister Jean Chretien to celebrate Christ's birth there. On an institutional level, "holiday" comes from the word would actually worsen sectarfaced reality and undertook every day. Frantically wrapping the change that had been brew- "holy." ian violence. He claimed that
the deep spending cuts that presents on Dec. 24 a person- ing for a while spilled over to How did we get so ridiculous? he did not "know any expert on
were necessary. al Christmas tradition doesn't new venues during Christmas I'm not sure. But it's something the region or any military offiWe still have time to emulate bring me any closer to him, 2005. That's the year when about living in a supposedly cer that [he hadi spoken to prour northern neighbor, but that that's all I'm saying. the "greeting wars" seemed to tolerant age-that rather than vately thatbelieves that that is
means every single thing must Nonetheless, the official fed- come to a head, at least as a foster understanding or civility, going to make a substantial difbe on the table when it comes eral holiday of Dec. 25-is still news story. It was a time when continually renders normally ference on the situation on the to spending cuts. That is the called, well, "Christmas." That major retailers made a switch intelligent people utterly narrow- ground." As the surge strategy only way to fiscal safety, word probably comes from to "Happy Holidays" instead of minded and thoughtless instead. began to show positive impact
a compounding of the words "Merry Christmas, in particu- So then, for the sake of ratio- Mr. Obama doubled down on E The Washington.Times "Christ's Mass." lar when it came to personal nal discourse and in the name defeatist rhetoric. "The time
And yet, as Wall Street greetings by store employees of reason, I'd like to perhaps to end the surge and to start Lake City Reporter Journal editorial writers noted The move to a new nomen- be the first this year to wish bringing our troops home is
in late 2008, for example, the clature picked up speed even -ypu and yours a very Merry now," he declared in September
Servingf Columbia County "war on Christmas" is over, and since then. And while it's true Christmas, indeed! 2007, "not six months from
Since 1874 Christmas lost. I don't have much of a dog in now. [I] can -only support a
lhe wait Reoreins ofb- They were referring to the this fight, I do remain astound- U Betsy Hart writes this column policy that begins an'immediClmiand surrundig o u esdnts by renaming of various aspects of ed at the totality of the change for Scripps Howard News Service, ate removal of our troops from Community Newspapers Inc Iraq's civil war and initiates
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wor. itsmission, with the an invasive species of weed has in office Mr. Obama and Mr.
Todd Wilson, publisher bureau's offices in o rlieated that it provides Biden resisted their impulse
Robert Bridges, editor Washington spreading far beyond thick cover for those who want to Cut and run, executing the
Sue Brannon, controller the confines of the J. Edgar to cross into the U.S. illegally, ,successful plan that they had
Dink NeSmith, president Hoover headquarters building. ~~Obscuring land from Border inherited from Mr. Bush.
Tom Wood, chairman In fact, FBI personnel can be Lisa Hoffman Patrol agents keeping watch. There are good reasons
found in more than 20 headquar- hoffmanK~shns corn The bugs the Arundo scale to declare Operation Iraqi
-ter "annexes" in the Washington and the Arundo wasp have no -, Freedom a victory. The
'L T E Sregion, a fact that is causing the G-men and -women based appetite for humans, preferring four causes of war Sad.dam
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Saturday, December 3,201.1 5A

Feeling superior is not security

e.po little book of Obadiahi found in them, their'"wise men"' BIBLICAL MEDITATION "drank" on God's holy major role in where we live in this country.
e Minor Prophet section of the could not explain why their mountain, they would The foundation of our education is depen-.
Old Testament contains things enemies prevailed. "become as if they had dent upon where our parents lived at the
ofitable to us today. Obadiah's Edom had made allies never existed." time. Certainly none of us can itaff our own
vision speaks of the reasons for, among various nations. But This ninth century BC military.
God's impending destruction of Edom. when God began to attack prophecy came true when Let us look to the book of Obadiah and
Edom descended from Esau, while Israel them, these nations sent by approximately 100 AD learn that having a feeling of superiority
descended from his twin brother Jacob. them 'Yorth to the border"; the Edomites were totally because of where we live, the education
'From the time they were in the womb, they deceived them and eliminated from the face of level we have obtained, or our country's milthese two did not get along; the same was overpowered them. AA the earth. Consumed by itary strength, can bring about a false sense
true with their respective nations. Edom did not honor their Carlton McPeak other nations, Edom ceased of security. When compared to God, we are
living south of Israel in the rocks, Edom "alliance agreement' with to exist not superior but inferior. True security is
felt very secure saying, "Who will bring [us] Israel. Edom "stood aloof' Our best security is to placing our confidence in God in all matters.
down?" God answers, 'Though you build while "strangers carried off recognize that we are very This is God's world, not ours.
high like the eagle, though you set your [Israel's] wealth." They gloated over Israel's insecure in this world. We nbed God's help.
nest among the stars, from there I will bring misfortune and rejoiced over their destruc- We are dependent upon Him. When we are N Carlton G. McPeak is an evangelist workyou down." tion. successful financially we need to recognize ing with the Lakeview Church of Christ in
A very intelligent people, the Edomites God, through Obadiah, foretold that one that this is more dependent upon being in Lake City. All Scriptural quotations are from
had great understanding. But when God day what they had done to other nations the right place at the right time than in our the New American Standard Bible, Holman
through the other nations began to attack would be done to them. Because Edom abilities. Our employer's location plays a Bible Publishers, unless otherwise stated.

Why we should want to -go to church

-T e English word "church", with others who realize BIBLE STUDIES everyone as someone for ness of the world. It's a place to focus
derivess from a Greek word that we all are like addicts whom Christ died (James out thoughts on things above to worship.
meaning "belonging to the in need of reminders that 2:1-9). Four: We should, Going to church is a memorial service.
Lord", but it stands for another life is not found in another want to go to church .to Since Jesus died for me it is to honor
great word denoting "an assem- drink, another television confess with others the Him. We should attend His memorial serbly". This is used in its general sense program, or another hour life-changing truth that vice, taking part in communion services;
in Acts 19:32: ."Some therefore cried one at work. Life is found by meeting together is not remembering His death. Going to church
thing, and some another: for the assembly peeing every circumstance just about us. From the is like partaking in a victory celebration.
was confused; and the more part knew as an opportunity to dis- beginning, the church was Jesus left an empty tomb. We can celnot wherefore they were come together cover that God's ways established to be a place ebrate His resurrection together. At least
(KJV)", but had already been applied as are better than our own. Hugh Sherrill Jr. where the words of God one day a week should be set aside for
an equivalent for the "congregation" of the Three: We should want to ems-hugh43@comcostnet" are contemplated, where remembering Jesus triumph on death and
Old Testament. Stephen's speech makes go to church to be counter- the Spirit of God is heard, Satan. After all, God is our Father. Why
this equation.(Acts 7:38) and in this sense cultural in the best sense of where the goodness of shouldn't we go to His house and spend
it is adapted to describe the new gathering the word. Because everyone is important God is confessed, and where the! wisdorh, time with Him as any child should do.
or congregation of the disciples of Jesus in the eyes of Christ, there is no better power, and love of God are praised. Hebrews 10:25 says: "Not forsaking the
Christ. (Ref: Pictorial Bible Dictionary). place to go to reverse the short-sighted Going to church is a family reunion. assembling of ourselves together..."
One: Going to church is not merely for values of a materialistic culture. There is Jesus, when asked "Who is My family?" salvation, but to the praise of God's glory no place on the face of the earth that gives Replied: 'qhose who do My will" (Mark (Eph. 1:6; 2:7). Two: We should want us more reason to affirm the value of 3:33, 35). We need each others support. N Hugh Sherrill is a Bible teacher at.Eastside
to go to church not because we're good every person than a body of people "called Church should be a refuge. The sanctu- Baptist Church.
but because we aren't. We need to meet out" by the Lord of the universe to regard ary is a place to get away from the busiI C/retril States"
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Today churches whose combined 719-5766. School classes of 1949, lunch Stuart came from Cuba
voices will herald the. '50, '51, '52, and '53 will as a young girl and has a
Toy ride approaching holiday meet for a covered dish good perspective on what
The 10th annual Dream season. The community lunch Dec. 9 at the Mason Columbia County Builders'. socialism/communism
machine Toy Ride Will is invited to join in the City Community Center Assoc. will have its is all about She spoke
be Dec. 3 at 10 a.m. at celebration of praise and The Long Branch at 11:30 a.m. Anyone who General Council lunch at our Conservative
Rountree Moore Toyota thanksgiving. Congregational Methodist attended Columbia High Wednesday, December 7th Countdown and really
in Lake City. Bring a new, Church on County Road School is welcome. at Guang Dong impressed the people who
unwrapped toy or cash 135 in White Spririgs will For more information Restaurant. Speaker is talked to her that day. We
donation for the Christmas 'Wild Beast Feast' host a Gospel Sing on call Julia Osburn at 752- Atty. Bill Haley who was will have information on
Dream Machine. Also Saturday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. 7544 or Morris Williams at selected as a Florida Super our upcoming Turkey
bring a nonperishable food The youth groups of Spirit The group, Southern Joy, 7524710. Lawyer in 2007 and, to shoot and other events
item to donate. Thewe will of Christ Lutheran Church will be the guest singers. date, still has happening in our area.
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Rockstar Lounge, 723 help send our youth to Cooking show meeting 5:30 p.m. Dec. 7 is $15. Reservations Dec. 14
East Duval St in Lake New Orleans. The annual Celebrate at the Central Building to are appreciated. Call:
plan for Olustee 2012. The 386-867-1998 or e-mail:
City, will host Blank-Fest the Seasons Cooking building is located at 409 colcountybuild@comcast Newcomers and Friends
Florida on Dec. 3. at 6 p.m. Farmers Market show on Dec. 5 from 6 SW St. Johns St across net meeting
Admission is one blanket to 9 p.m. The event is a from Aquatics Center. The regular meeting of
that will be donated to the Farmers Market Update. sampling of dishes pre- the Lake City Newcomers
homeless. There will be pared by guest chefs. Dec. and Friends will be held at
seess erori Saturday, December 3, 'The cost is $15 per ticket Friendship Luncheon 8Dec. L C ty N e
several bands performing 8:00, am 1:00 pm. Girl and includes drinks and E Th aDecmDeb er aeae dhied
and raffles. Scouts Bake Sale. All a itees ri The December Senate candidateClubhouse.
funds received will help how. It is sponsored Friendship Luncheon of Special entertainment
finance trip costs for local rior to the Lake City Newcomers at Tea Party meeting will be provided by Genie
Chrstms' o aten "Rck by the Woman's Club of' h aeCt ecmr Harris, accordilanist
Christmas' troops to attend "Rock DaeCt.Cl 5-347 and Friends will be atHarsacodait
troops Lake City. Call 755-037 adFinswl1ea Lunch is $10 and will
The joyous sounds of the Mall" June 2012 in for information. Hannah's Seafood U.S. join us at 7:00 p.m. onChristmas will ring out at Washington, DC a sing-a- We 11:30 Hannah's Seafooer 8 be catered by Blue Roof
Olivet Missionary Baptist. long event to celebrate the a.m. All members, guests for our monthly meeting. Caterers.
Church on Saturday, Dec. 100th Anniversary of the Dec. 9 and friends are welcome. Marielena Stuart will be
3 at 5 p.m. The songfest, founding of Girl Scouts. CHS reunion For more information call our guest speaker. She
ttled 'TFhe Sounds of. For more information Rose taylor at 755-2175. is running for the U.S.
Christmas," will feature about the Lake DeSoto Senate seat currently

End of the line for Cain?

Announcement denies wrongdoing. It was than a decade. He has said
expected today their first face-to-face meet- they were only friends
ing since the allegation was but acknowledged lhat he
made public. helped pay her monthly
By PHILIP ELLrOTr and As night fell, campaign bills and expenses. His wife, '
SHANNON MCCAFFREY aides who were optimistic Cain said, did not know of
Associated Press earlier Friday that Cain the friendship with White.
would press on said private- The former Godfather's
ATLANTA Rapidly ly they expected that he' pizza executive said he is
becoming a merefootnote would exit the race. reassessing whether his,
in the presidential race, Earlier, in a speech presidential bid is still via-, Herman Cain sent mixed in Rock Hill, S.C., Cain ble.
signals Friday on whether wouldn't disclose whether But it was difficult to
nue w hit aoanon m d oeea he wot4d 4r9p ot ut old imagine'a path forward with Y, Saturday ,.after a woman',s. He aid 'he st a tuied. just a month until the, ad1
.... gaureda WhiterHx bito!,. sup,,po r Jf
allegation of an extramarital ne ste Would clarify the off Iowacaucuses. affair. o xnt steps of the campaign Polls suggest his popularand assured backers the ity has taken a deep hit,.
He said he would make a affair claim was "garbage." A Des Moines Register "major announcement" on But he also said he needed poll released Friday showed ASSOCIATED PRESS wto consider what he would, Cain's support plummeting, Crews work to clean Up and restore power on Live Oak Avenue Friday in Temple City, Calif. at an event still being do with campaign dona- with backing from percent billed as the grand opening tons already banked if he of Republican caucusgoers of a new headquarters. dropped out of the race. in Iowa, down from 23 perIt is the latest and per- "Nobody's going to make cent a month ago. Phas sal- tisinam- me make that prematurely," Fundraising has also fallpaig saa tat hs tkenCain told a crowd of about en off.
By NOAKI SCHWARTZ sands of people in Southern water or use bottled water, the Georgia businessman 100 people. 'That's all there o
Associated Press California on Friday, Johnson others began tossing out the from unknown longshot is to it"
was without electricity. And food in their increasingly to surprise frontrunner to "My wife and family. TEMPLE CrlY, CaiR just like Johnson, residents pungent refrigerators. As embattled tabloid subject. comes first I've got to take*
As the hurricane-force winds and crews struggled to clean many as 200 trees fell in the He arrived at his subur- that into consideration," that pummeled the West up smashed trees, toppled storms. ban Atlanta home on Friday Cain added. "I don't doubt
stood knee high in leaves strewn roadways. increased patrols and the city wife of 42 years, Gloria, look at the people who are
and branches, surveying a Several' cities in the handed out free flashlights, about whether to press here." D the pPlCIALS falln tre tunk t ee-leel s hee."DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS
fallen tree trunk at eye-level region, the hardest hit from During the day, residents on after his campaign was Cain had not seen his Homemade bread, and decide just how Wednesday night's' wind- began cleaning up, filling rocked by multiple sexual wife since Ginger White, soups, dessert to begin the big cleanup, storms, were still in a state of trash bags with leaves and harassment allegations and 46, came forward and said & killer salads
A near century-old euca- emergency. branches. Streets with older, this week's claim that he she had a sexual affair
lyptus tree toppled over in the In Temple City, the Los larger trees suffered the had a 13-year affair. Hew iddle of the night, crush- Angeles suburb where worst damage as top-heavy wih0aitailstdgors SATU rScaY s
ing all three of the family's Johnson lives, a row of top- trunks fell over. But many DINE IN ONLY
cars, landing at the doorstep pled power poles with wires homes were spared, includ-[ o,.
of their Southern California attached blocked a street The ing that of Johnson's next- O I U R E
home and blocking any view city's main 'street remained door neighbor, Margaret OBIT ARIEOoF" GRILL
from their windows, a shuttered ghost town as Mushinskie.PhliLorne rbs 7215)PeaeevemTrapped inside for hours, cars inched past darkened The trimmed" lawn at Phli orieFre 5215).laelaems
they were able to get out stop lights and shop signs in Mushinskie's house was pris- Mrs. Phyllis Lorraine Fobsagaeafov e stand wncogm when the fire department cut Chinese. tine because her husband Mizell, 83, of Lake City, FL died Lctd90&10
them a small pathway Seventy-five percent of the won a years-long battle with on Tuesday, November 29, 2011, Don Sue FowlerLoae90&1Oa
"I have no idea what to city remained without power city hall to cut down the two at the Life Care Center of Oroshad"Idon't know.I As residents in some parts eucalyptus trees in front Of ange Park, FL. She was born in Donna Sue Fowler, 62', passed (386) 719-2424
d ,",h ad I o' nw B lakely, GA, February 24, 1928 away. on Tuesday, November 29, We deliver 10 orders or more
connowere being advised to boil their home. and was the daughter of the late 2011 atShandsatLakeShoreHos- Mon-Thurs l~am-4pm
Like hundreds of thou- Hubert and Dorothy Forbes. 'She pital. She was the daughter of Jay Fri l0am-8pm I Sat 10am-4pm
moved to Lake City in 1964 from and Gladys Bielucki Thornton. A
Mt. Pleasant, FL.. Having retired native of Jacksonville, Florida
State of M chiga m ay a's a Registered Nurse from the she had lived in Lake City for the
~Lake City Veteran's Administra- past 18 years. She was a loving .tiop Hospital, she loved spending wife, mother and grandmother
time with her family, painting, who devoted her life to her fainand as lovng othe, gand-herbrother, Ronald Thornton Ja/toft'
st p iottunhetr i andgret randmother, and her father, Jay Thornton.,
Survivors ilueone so:Seis survived by her husband
Tip Mizell, Lake City, FL; one of 18 years, William Fowler; C7.lresend Associated Press If it happens, Detroitwould It's not clear how everyday daughter: Debbie Mizell Allen, mother, Gladys Bielucki; chilDETROIT The idea is be the largest American city services like trash pickup and Jacksonville, FL; four grand- dren, Donna Gail Cooner, Babo 7 /vtmafl 2011 extree, evn in cityaccus evertakenover y a sate. ushrotesrwuld braffetedehildrn:hTryyAllnkAsleyHWlkesHenryWilkePPu cxtem, venina ityacus eer akn verbya tat, usroteswoldbe ffctdJackson, T. H. Mizell and Chet Powell and Sue Powell; step- .j, Ot tomed to fighting for survival: Michigan has seized control but the fixer's mission would Mizell; five great grandchildren: son, David Fowler; brother, i.2)e tue ~ c~ Should the state of Michigan of smaller struggling cities, be clear: Do whatever it takes Aubrey Mizell, Kylie Jack- Alan Thornton, sisters, Jenny step in to run Detroit? but uni o Detroit was to stop the bleeding., son, Brecken Jackson, Gauge Cowart, Faye Jeffers, Wanda a~(ut? ant9
Thegoernr as akn awas of-imis.DemcrticMaor av Allen and Kyden Ferrandiz. Davis, and Gloria Crews; numer-'
The gverno has aken lwaysoff-imits DemoraticMayorDaveFuneral services will be con- ous grandchildren also survive. g~li steps in that direction, propos- That changed this week, Bing says Detroit doesn't ducted on Monday, Decem- GATEWAY-FOREST LAWN aaif
ing an unprecedented move when Republican Go. Rick 'need the help. He insists the ber 5, 2011, at 2:00 P.M. at FUNERAL HOME, 3596 that could give an appointed Snyder's administration said city is reducing a $150 mail- Pleasant Grove United Method- South U.S. Hwy 441, Lake YJnrchase of $100.0
mangervirualy uchcke itwoud bgi a eviw o lin bdgt dfict ad es-ist Church with Chaplain Jess City, Florida 32025, (386)
mange vitull unheke itwoldbegn reie o lin udet efci an es-McCrosky officiating. Visitation 752-1954 is in charge of ar- if ~cerifcafes
p ower to gut union contracts, Detroit's precarious flnanc- ing cash-flow problems on with the family will be one hour rangements. Please leave mes- and receive $20 in~sidio buicks cu" mlyehelhisr es. If the governor concludes its own. 'before .the service, from 1:00 sages of love and comfort at
ance and slash services. But that the city's economic situ- 'We know what needs to P.M. to 2:00 P.M. Interment will ww. gatewayforestlawn. corn P a pcfc 21~ i a city leaders bristle at the ation constitutes an emer- be done, and we stand ready follow in Forest Lawn Memlo- &lev?,' JIwistnlad,
n~otion. Said the mayor: 'qhi gency, he could dispatch a to do it," an indignant Bing rial Gardens. Arrangements are under the direction of GATE- Obituaries are paid advertise- 4:40 IE. DUValS. is our city. Detroit needs to manager who could push the said. WAY-FOREST LAWeN FU- ments. For details, call the Lako i 8 5 08
bJe run by Detroiters." mayor and city council to the The financial review starts NERAL HOME, 3596 5. US City Reporter's classified depart- 386758208 sidelines.. 'Tuesday. Hwy 441, Lake City, FL (386- ment at 752-1293.

Page Editor: Emogene Graham, 754-0415 LAKE CITY REPORTER ADVICE & COMICS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2011 7A

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compliments in return? new baby is already our friends and relatives
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Mom has had health time to accelerate the time to rethink his future.
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SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, RANGE 16 EAST, SECTION 12, Assistant needed retail optical applicants must hold a Florida
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, seeks full-time sales associate. R.N. license and be certified in Continuing education
1 0 TRUSTEES OF ELSA R. COL- TRACT 46 CROSS ROADS All training provided, Sales expe- C.P.R. Requirements for all
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Defendants. SAID 60 FOOT EASEMENT A OPS PHYSICIAN Oarasites. Many species of wildNOTICE OF ACTION DISTANCE OF 333.63 FEET Hiring a "professional" The Florida Department of life must be licensed by Florida
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407 Computers 640 for Sale 730 Home ForRent'
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DELL Computer, Land and Home Packages 'Brick 2 BR/I BA near
$80.00" for Mobile homes and modular Alligator Lake, quiet neighbor386-755-9984 or homes. No Money down if you hood, CH&A, $600 moo.
386-292-2170 own your land. 100 mile radius. 386-965-0762/965-0763 T
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420 Wanted to Buy (352)872-5566227 Belflowr ri
HTM Rle Home NICE 3BR/2.5BA in Russwood Openaily: .p
K&H TIMBER 650 & Land S/D $995. mo. $750 security. Coral Hom es
W e Buy Pine H ardw ood &-Ap l c t o re u ed
Cypress. Large or small tracts. CLEAN-NICE 1994 SW, metal Application required. by Arthur Rutenberg Cl Bryan Zecr
Call 386-288-6875. roof, heat pump, nice acre lot in Call 386935-1482 byecher Hos, Inc., an Indepdent Franchis (386,75Z465,
nice area 8 mi nw of VA. $29,000 Wanted Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans. nirm w o f A $9,00 SWMH 2/2 in Wellborn, ofArihur Ruenberg Hone, License (BC 1257343
$275 & up CASH! Free Pick Up! $600 mo, and
NO title needed !386-878-9260 Ideal Rental or Starter Home, just $600 security.
After 5pm 386- 752-3648. renovated, 3br/2ba SW 1 ac. Off 386-365-1243 or 965-7534
'41 on-246. Between 1-10 & 75. 10
4 a g min to LC. $28,500 obo. 70 Business &
Sales NO owner Finance. 386-330-2316 7 Office Rentals
or 36-26-360 0ON WHEELS & ATERCRAFT'
2 family Fri & Sat: 8- 12 Baby, Nice 1620sf 3br/2ba DW on 4 05529267
child, & adult clothes, toys, twin wooded acres, owner finance avail. OFFICE SPACE for Lease mattress, etc.. 3 mi down Hwy 247, $119,900 Brenda Forrester, -576 sq'$450/mth Lake City Reporter
Rt on Tamarack left on Legion. Forrester Realty 352-339-6069 900 sq' $600/mth
3568 sq' $2973/mth "
Fri, Sat. 8-? Sisters Welcome Rd. Owner Finance, 3/2, on 2.5 acres, 8300 sq'.$5533/mth off 90W. Lots of Christmas deco Mayo area, small down/$650 mo, also Bank Building
& gifts, clothes, DVD & VHS's, 386-590-0642 or 386-867-1833 Excellent Locations
avon collectibles, furn. & more! Tom Eagle, GRI Moving Sale Sat. 8-1 (386) 961-1086 DCA Realtor 2003 Allegro 30 DA 1997 Linco
6224 NW Lake Jeffery Rd. Unfurnished Apt. Workhorse Chassis Town Car
Furniture, knick nacks, 7J10 For Rent For Lease: E Baya Ave. Two Only 18,000 miles, garage Under 40,000 miles.
much, much more! 1000 sqft office space units or kept motorhome. Excellent Very good condition..
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE" 05528965 combined for 2000 sqft. 386-984- condition w/many extras.
Fri. 12/2, Sat. 12/3, Sun 12/4th, SPRING HILL VILLAGE 0622 or weekends 386-497-4762 $45,000 $5,500
8-2, 485 SW Billowing Gin., off Excellent High Springs location. M CR 242, baby rum., toys, furn ,etc. 1, 2 & 3 bedroomCommercial Center, some with garages. brand new executive front suite & Call Call
PUBLISHER'S NOTE Call 386-454-1469 suite w/warehouse. 386-754-5660 386-623-3727 a
All Yard Sale Ads or visit our website: Call Vicki or'Joe 386-935-2832.." Zla
Must be Pre-Paid. Office for Lease, was Dr's office .s
SAT. 12/3 & S;UN. 12/4, 7-?, $8 sqft/2707 sqft
SA.123& U. 24,-,Oak Hill Plaza ADVERTISE. L R
406 NE Lake DeSoto Circle, Tom 961-1086, DCA RealtorHlPa
1 Block past First Baptist Church, Tom 9108 DCA Realtor GARAGE
quality clothes, shoes, electr., etc. Zoned Comm'l or Resd'l. 5br/3ba SALE
SAT. 8 til 12:00 275 SW Story Pl. home or professional office. 2010 Puma Travel 2006 Honda Dirt Bike WITH THE
Hwy 247 to Kirby to Story P1.. $1000. mo. w/1 yr. lease. LAKE CITY REPORTER
Quilt & sewing supplies. Contact 386-752-9144 or .Trailer 32%t CRF 450R
Household goods &misc. 386-755-2235 or 386-397-3500 2 slide outs, air awning Exc. cond., helmet, boots, 0yly
2/2 w/garage & washer/dryer King Island bed. Many chest protector and other 5 0
Sat. 8-? Carl Wilson Rd. 1/2 mi N hooks. West side of town, extras. MUST SELL. safety equipment. $
of ca 18. couch, loveseat, leather Call for details Lots for Sale.1 7.
recliner, tables, l-trps, drapes, 386-755-6867 805 $17,700 $3,500
glassware, farm equip & more2BR2BA w/garage PUBLISHER'S NOTE Call Call 4 LINES 3 DAYS
5 minutes from VA hospital and All real estate advertising in this 863-660-8539 8386-752-0668 2 FREE SIGNS!
440 Miscellaneous Timco. Call for, details. newspaper is subject to the fair -5441
386-365-5150 housing act which makes it illegal (386)755
American Heritage Mahogany A Landlord You Can Love! to advertise "any preference,
Pool Table Perfect Christmas Gift. 2 brApts $550. & up + sec. Great limitation, or discrimination based regulation size, w/overhead bit- area. CR/A washer/dryer hookups. on race, color, religion, sex, liard lights. Racks, balls, cover. 386-758-9351/352-208-2421 disability, familial status or nation3/4" slate. $1000. Firm 365-5099 Duplex w/garage spacious, 2/1, al origin; or any intention to make GUNSHOW: 12/03 & 12/04 1300 sq ft, W/D hook up, CH/A, such preference, limitation or
@ The Columbia Coun10ty $650 month & bckgrnd chk, discrimination." Familial status
352-377-7652 or 352-514-2332 includes children under the age of
Fairgrounds, Hwy 247 LakeCity. 18 living with parents or legal
Sat 9am 4pm, Sun 9am-3pm. Fall Special! 1/2 Price First custodians, pregnant women and
Info: 386-325-6114 Month. Updated Apt, w/tile people securing custody of chilfloors/fresh paint. Great area. dren under the age of 18. This A C Good Things From $395.+sec. 386-752-9626 newspaper will not knowingly
.450 to Eat Large & clean. lbr/lba apt. accept any advertising for real esCH/A lg walk in closet. Close to tate which is in violation of the The Nut Cracker, Robert Taylor town. $395. mo and $350. dep. law. Our readers are hereby inBuy, sell, crack & shell pecans (904)563-6208. formed that all dwellings adver2738 CR 252 W, Lake City 32024 Move in Special from $199-$399. tied in this newspaper are availaPinemount Rd/CR 252 Taylorville 1, 2 & 3 br apartments. Also, 2/br ble on an equal opportunity basis.
386-9634138 or 961-1420 MHclose to town. Il water. To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
The Pecan House in Ellisville 386-755-2423 rigsbyrentals com the toll free
We buy, sell & crack Pecans. NICE Apt Downtown. Remodeled telephone number tI the hearing
Several good Varieties. I bedroom. Kitchen, dinipg, living ; impaired is 1-800-927-9275.
386-752-6896 room. $450. md plus sez.
a 386-362-8075 or 386-,754-2951
460 Firewood SPACIOUS 3BR/2BA in 810 HomeforSale
__Gatorwood S/D. Washer/dryer
Firewood for Sale. $65. per Truck hook up, clean. $650. 1st, last + OPEN HOUSE. 181 SE Whistle
Load. Joey 965-0288 security. 386-867-9231 Loop. Lake City 32025.
if no answer pis leave message The Lakes Apts. Studios & lBr's 3pm-5:3opm. Sat. December 3rd.
we will call'you back. from $125/wk. Util. & cable incl., Call for info (352)494-2758 Sec 8 vouchers accepted, monthly
630 Mobile Homes rates avail Call 386-752-2741 820 Farms &
for Rent X-CLEAN 1700 sf SECOND Acreage
story 2/2, deck, quiet private 12 acres+/-, Northwest corer of 2 & 3 br/lba Mobile Homes for acre 8 mi nw of VA. No dogs. ca18 and 8stAve. Asking Price Rent. CR/A includes water, sewer, $600 mo + dep 386-961-9181 $745,000. Call (801) 715-9162 for garbage. $475./ $525. mo. lst &
last mo + $300 dep. 386-961-8466 mor Furnished Apts. .moreinformation
2&3 BR. MH. $395 $650. mo. 720 For Rent 4 acres, Wellborn, New Well
plus deposit. Water & sewer fur- Rooms for Rent. Hillcrest,'Snd, installed, Beautifully wooded wished. Cannon Creek MP w/cleared Home Site, owper fin,
386-752-6422 Columbia. All furnished. Electric, no down, $39,900, $410 mon
cable, fridge, microwave. Weekly Call 352-215-1018
2/2 Units. or monthly rates. I person $135, www.LandOwnerFinancing.cOm
Monthly Specials 2 persons $150. weekly _______$550. io. Free Water. 386-752-5808 Owner Financed land with only
386-984-8448 $300 down payment. Half to ten ac
2br/2ba $500 mo. new flooring, Unfurnished lots. Deas Bullard/BKL Properties
fresh paint. ,Also,-Resd'l RV lots 730 Home For Rent 386-752-4339
Btwn Lakd City & G'ville. Access ,.
to 1-75 & 441 (352)317-1326 lbr/lba Free ele. Utilities .incl 4mi Real Estate 3/2 SW, just renovated, off 41 on S. Lake City. $300dep. $375mo. 0 Wanted 246 between 1-10 &75, 386-590-0642 or 386-867-1833
$550 mo, $500 sec. NO PETS. I Buy Houses
386-330-2316 or 386-266-3610 2 SORY, 2 BR/I.5 BA on CASH!
3B/B1WW nIacei /2 acre, fenced lotoff Turner Rd. Quick Sale Fair Price ",
Ellisville private lot 460. mo 1st. 1st + last + dep. (includes water) 386-269-0605
last plus deposit. 352-335-8330 or 352-258-9598 .
386-454-2250 '3 BR 2 1/2 BA Country Home 930 ryce
Like New DW 3br/2ba. CH/A, on Pool 6 miles So of Col City Moocce
$1375 mo First/Last/$5O0 dep 206 ona ir/BkeCR 40R 1 ac. 10 main. S 41. Pet on approval 386-755-4050 or 752-2828 Excel ondWMaD i tine d w/ 40R $750 moo. plus elec. Full Satellite EclCnWl anandw
pkg included. 386-758-2408 3BR/1BA w/CH/A, Located in the helmet, boots, chest protector & >f
MoieHmsfrrn n country. Credit check required. safeyeup$50
White Springs, & Ft. White. 386-752-3250Deoi,
Contact 386-623-3404 home752C3 rt had 9140 Trc
or 386-397-2779 3BR/2BA CB hom iCrporhadTuk
wood floors. CH/A Fenced yard.
640 Mobile Homes Good area. $700 mo plus security. 2003 CHEVY SILVERADO,
for ale386752-118or 23-198 -WDEXT. CAB, 125,000 miles,
fo ae3br/2ba w/garage 5 mai. to Iche- well maintained, great shape,
Palm Harbor Homes tucknee head spring Quiet wooded $7,500, Call 386-397-0571
4/2 From 499 Mo Loaded area. Newly renovated $800 mo.
3/2 From 399 Mo Loaded first and last w/ security dep. 9'1 Recreational
Homes on Your Lot 0 Down phone Fort White 386-497-3536 9 1 Vehicles
800-622-2832 Available Immediately. 1984 CAMPER.
All 2011's Must Go!l Rent To Own 3br/2ba homeEvrtigwks$0.
All Homes at Dead cost! Save up In quiet subdivision. 90Everything w or$00
To $10,000. North Pointe Homes 386-752-5035 X 3113 .386-755-0273
Gainesville, (352)872-5566 7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales, Inc.
We Need Used Mobile Homes! Gorgeous Lake View 2br 2010 PUMA Travel Trailer 32 ft.!
Will buy or trade. Top Dollar Paid. Apartment. Close to shopping. 2 slide outs, air awning, King .l
North Point Homes. $485. mo $485 dep. Island Bed. Many extras. MUST

(352)872-5566 386-344-2170 SELL' $17,700 (863)660-8539


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Saturday, December 3, 201 I Page I OA



TV sports
Ttoo strong
SHO Champion Anselmo Moreno
(31-I-1) vs. Vic Darchinyan (37-3-0), for
WBA super bantamweight title; champion
Abner Mares (22-0- 1) vs. Joseph Agbeko
(28-3-0), for IBF bantamweight title, at Ur falls in 72-68 an intense federal investigaAnaheim, Calif.
game ag ttion into his program.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Syracuse (8-0 breezed
Orangemen. to its first seven wins with
ABC C-USA, championship game, of
Southern Miss. at Houston an average margin of vicESPN Connecticut at Clnicnnati By JOHN KEKIS tory of 26 points, but the
ESPN2 Syracuse at Pittsburgh Associated Press Gators (5-2), whose only
12:30 p.m. previous s was
FSN Iowa St at Kansas St loss
2:30 p.m. SYRACUSE, N.Y. -No.4 seven at No. 2 Ohio State;
VRUUNVaTUSyracuse remained unbeat- figured to provide a stiff 3:30 p.m. en with a 72-68 .win over challenge and they-did in
ABC -Texas at Baylor JASON MATTHEW. WALKER/Lake City Reporter No. 10 Florida on Friday,.as a game that seemed like
4 pm. rt
CBS- sEC champonhp gam, L Florida's Bradley Beal (23) soars through the air as he makes a lay-up in a game against coach Jim Boeheim maim- midseason encounter in the vs. Georgia, atAtanta North Florida on Nov. 17. tained a stoic facade amid Big East
7:30 p.m.
ESPN2 BYU at Hawaii . . ."
ABC Oklahoma at Olahoma St H e ~l
ESPN ACC championship game,
Virginia Tech vs. Clemson, at Charlotte,
N.C. C S e d
FOX Big Ten championship game,
Michigan St. vs.Wisconsin, at Indianapolis
9 a.m.
TGC Sunshine Tour, Nedbank
Challenge, third round, at Sun City, South Africa (same-day tape)
TGC -World Challenge, third round,
atThousand Oaks, Calif.
3 pm.
NBC -World Challenge, third round,
atThousand Oaks. Calif. wne
3 p.m.
TGC PGA Tour qualifying, fourth
day. att-U Quinta, Calif.
12 midnight Tigers travel
TGC European PGA Tour, Hong
Kong Open, third round
Noon to take on'
CBS North Carolina at Kentucky
3:15 p.m.
ESPN -Arkansas at UConn ESPN2 .- Goirzaga a Illinois
4:30 pm.
FSN -Texas at UCLA
5:lS p.m. By BRANDON FINLEY good matchup for us. He
ESPN Pittsburgh atTennessee can create problems if we
ESPN2 South Florida at Kansas
SOCCER don't defend him well."'
7:30 am. Columbia High enters Jefferson also.liked what
ESPN2 Chelsea at Newcastle tonight's game against he saw out of Taylor disSuwannee High still unde- tributing the ball. FOOTBALL feated on the season. The "He's going to penetrate,
Tigers will look to jam but he'll try to get his team Top 25 schedule the Bulldogs at 7:30 p.m. involved," Jefferson said.
in Suwannee to continue "Hell definitely kick the Today their run. ball out and thats a pleasant
No. I LSU vs. No. 12 Georgia, SEC Tha championship atAdanta, 4 p.m. N'. The Tigers (3-0) have ting for a coach to see."
No. 3 Oklahoma State vs, No. 13 gotten off to a quick start Taylor is averaging 17.3 Oklahoma, 8 p.m. this year including a win points per game entering
No. 5 Virginia Tech vs. No. 21 Clemson, over one of last year's Final tonight's contest
ACC championship at Charlotte, N.C., 4 teams, Palatka High. Columbia has three
No. 7 Houston vs. No. 24 Southern Suwannee (1-2) comes players averaging in douMiss, CUSA championship, Noon in with its only win against ble-digits.
No. 9 Boise State vs. New Mexico, Bay High out of Panama Morris Marshall leads 6 p.m. City. The Bulldogs have the Tigers with 13.3 points
No. I I Michigan State vs. No. IS .lost ganes to Bainbridge per game. He's followed by Wisconsin, Big Ten championship t and Buchholz, but Tre SiMons with 12.6 and Indianapolis, 7:30 p.m. m
No. 16 Kansas State vs. Iow State, Columbia head coach Marcus Amerson with 11 12:30 p.m. Horace Jefferson believes points per contest, Monte
No. 18TCU vs. UNLV, 2:30 p.m. that Suwannee will present Tisdale is averaging just
No. 19 Baylor vs.Texas, 3:30 p.m. a challenge to the Tigers 'over nine points a game.
College games in this rivalry. Jefferson hopes the
"They have a kid in Tigers can match the upToday Jimmy. Taylor III that tempo styledof Suwannee.
Syracuse (5-6) at Pittsburgh (5-6), everything goes through," 'W'e'II fight fire with Noon Jefferson said. "He's going fire," he said. "We want
UConn '(5.6) at Cincinnati (8.3), tsttthnsofadm ttoceecnuinadit.BRANDON FINLEY/Lake City Reporter
Wyoin (-4 a Cload S. 3-), Of the tiehe'll J~fs.Ishould maefor aine-Columbia High's Morris Marshall goes up between twHamilton High defenders in the Tigers
2 p.m. thin he'll present a pretty esting night:" 67-41 win against the Trojans on Tuesday.
Utah St. (6-5) at New Mexico St. (4.8), ": "'/":ii i''

(4-7O), 4 p'm. Weekend lacks excitement
Idaho (2-9) at Nevada (6-5), 4:05 p.m. 4. Troy (3-8) at Arkansas St. (9-2),." 4:30 p.m. television and wacigNot onythat, but "et .in BCS games. That would interest is for complete
BYU (8.3) at Hawaii (6.6), 7:30 p.m. waest at dcing te p oly won t ee aktefrttm nhs ho.Ufruaey
Fresno St. (4.8). at San Dilego St.,~ ae htwl eiete poal on one aktefrttm nhs casUfruaey
(7-4), 8 p.m. outcome of the national Oklahoma State to blow "tory a conference received instead of chaos I'll probchampionship? out Oklahoma for the more than two bids. ably be left yawning as thel
BA K T A LThere's only one catch Cowboys to have any If this happens, it's. Tigers make easy work of
BAK T A L Erandon Finley this season, we already chance of sneaking into sure to send shockwaves Georgia.
Top 25 schedule ';,(386) 754.0420, have a good clie, which the picture., throughout the country. .'And it doesn't have to be
b ,.:*. ':" teams ;will 'bi l1 yiig for As unlikely as these I'm sure representatives this way. Today's Gamnes '. ectip tro the title, scenarios seem to be, we from the undefeated Instead Of yawns, I
No. I Kentucky vs. No. S North an* aiybu feel that Unlesswe have a truly all have to pull for them to University of Houston could be overflowing with,
Co.a N Oo Stt s ea-a the ai? bizarre Weekend, LSU and happen =- unless of course would have problems with anticipation. I could be :
AeiNo. o SttYvTea-PnaIcn' Alabama should be' primed you happen to be an LSU the bidding process. getting geared up for the
No. 8 UConn vs. Arkansas at the XL either,.o eac fter96 a.Wa ol emlk upcoming college football
Center, Hartford, Conn., 3:15 p.m. This is the affair in the national cham- Can you imagine the Boise State have to say playoffs. I could be root- it
No. 9 Wisconsdn vs. No. 16 Marquette, time of year that we should pionship garfie. chaos that could be cre- about it after countess ing for teams like Georgiai No.0 Things could still get ated with LSU falling to uneatdssosiUCAndMcgnSae
4:0o. ixavier vs. Purdu, 3 p.m. ovrhlewihect-udfaesesnin U AadMcignSte,
No. 14 Michigan vs. Iowa State, Noon menit, It's not because crazy, but it's not likely Georgia? which the Broncos were to play their' way into a No. 15 Kansas vs. South Florida, Santa Claus is corning to For that to happen, First of all, the national left on the outside looking playoff field. 5:15 p.m. town in jutover 22 dy. we're going to need title would most likely be in? It's not a perfect world,
No. 1-7 Pittsburgh at Tennessee,.ut as Georgia to puloff'a decided bytwo teams that Alas, it's most liey however, adIl elf
5:15 p.m. No, this time of yearispul abyikyanI'lelfti
No. 19 Gonzaga at Illinois, 3:15 p.m. generally reserved for a upset of LSU. Even then, couldn't even lay claim 'to only wishful thinking for without any of these pleas' No. 21 Mississippi State vs. West Thanksgiving hangover LSU's'body of work is their conference title. my Own guilty reasons. antries. Virginia, 9 p.m. 'filled with football. good enough for the To complicate matters Like many others, I am no At least Santa is near.,i
No 2Mmhsvs. AutnPa, Wa etr d e Tigers to sneak into the even further, Goga fan of the BCS selection
8:30 p.m. wayna Gmposhp wul e eri a uoa-poes
No. 23 Saint Louis vs. Portland, 8 p.m. haive of getting over that nainlcapinhp wudreev natma- poes Brandon Finley covers
No. 25 Texas A&M vs. Stephen RAustin, week of gluttony than by game without a conference ic bid to a BCS game giv- Without a dog in the sports for the Lake City ,t
8 p.m. relaxing in front of the title. ing the SEC three teams fight, my biggest rooting Reporter