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Suwannee Democrat

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Title:
Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
Publisher:
J.E. Pound
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates:
30.294444 x -82.985833

Notes

Abstract:
The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Suwannee Democrat, J.E. Pound publisher. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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126th YEAR, NO. 55 3 SECTIONS, 30 PAGES


Wednesday Edition - April 27, 2011


50 CENTS


Serving Suwannee County since 1884, including Live Oak, Wellborn, Dowling Park, Branford, McAlpin and O'Brien


Vicenzi's


death ruled


a drowning

Man's body found three
days after going missing
on Suwannee River
By Stephenie Livingston
stephenie.livingston
@gaflnews.com
The
death of
Robert
"Bobby"
Vicenzi,
the kayaker
whose
body was
discovered Robert "Bobby"
after a Vicenzi
three day
search of the Suwannee River,
was ruled a drowning, Florida
Fish and Wildlife spokes-
woman Karen Parker said.
A former Suwannee County
SEE VICENZI'S, PAGE 10A

Woman arrested for

leaving scene of

crash with injuries
By Stephenie Livingston
stephenie.livingston
@gaflnews.com
A Jasper
woman was
arrested for
rear-ending a
vehicle in Feb-
ruary, injuring
three before Stephanie
leaving the Pritchard
scene of crash,
a Suwannee County Sheriff's
report shows.
Stephanie Contris Pritchard,
30, was arrested Thursday for
leaving the scene of a crash


SEE WOMAN, PAGE 9A


EASTER FIRE CLAIMS HOME


One man is pictured here trying to fight the fire with a garden hose while bystanders look on. - Photo: Jim Sproul


Fire guts Live Oak home

on Easter Sunday


No one was home when this
fire broke out at 118 Woods
Avenue in Live Oak Easter
Sunday, Alan Bedenbaugh of
the Live Oak Fire Department


said.
The fire began shortly after
10 a.m. and quickly gutted the
inside of the three bedroom
dwelling. Bedenbaugh said no


injuries were reported. He said
the cause of fire is under inves-
tigation by the State Fire Mar-
shal's Office.


Discussion over county

manager falls short

Advertising and job description has board stalled


By Jeff Waters
jeff.waters@gafInews.com
The Suwannee County Com-
mission continued discussion
of adopting a county manager
position recently by looking
at possibly advertising the posi-
tion and reviewing a job de-
scription.
However, talks ended with
no action being taken on either
out of concerns some board
members had.
While converting from a
county coordinator to a county


manager will be as easy as
changing the title, the job de-
scription will be more complex
and could take some time to
work out. As was the case April
19 during discussions on the
matter.
Commissioner Wesley Wain-
wright said he thinks the board
is moving too fast toward the
possible conversion and wants
to make sure the job descrip-
tion makes sense and is what is
in the best interest of the board
and the county.
"I want to take our time and


make sure the transition we do
make, even if it be an incre-
mental transition, never the
less, it would be a slow me-
thodical process we can adapt
to," Wainwright told the board.
Wainwright has been the
main advocate for a county
manager position from its onset
earlier this year. However,
Wainwright said it's just not
time to delve into the matter
head first.
He and Commissioner Phil
SEE DISCUSSION, PAGE 10A


mayor s


column



incites



reaction
By Stephenie Livingston
stephenie.livingston
@gaflnews.com
A recent -
column writ- -
ten by the - .
mayor of .
Live Oak
has ignited
reactions -
from online
Democrat
readers Garth R.
worldwide. "Sonny" Nobles
After the Live Oak Maor
column,
"Mayor's Comer", written by
Mayor Sonny Nobles was
published online last week, the
Democrat received more than
SEE MAYOR'S, PAGE 10A

Box cutter threat

lands Wellborn

man in jail
By Stephenie Livingston
stephenie.livingston
@gaflnews.com
A Wellborn
man was ar-
rested after he
allegedly
threatened to
cut someone
with a box cut- Daniel Huth
ter during an
argument, a Suwannee County
Sheriff's report shows.
Daniel Allan Huth, 45, of
Wellborn, had been reportedly
drinking alcohol Saturday night


SEE BOX, PAGE 9A


Hundreds

gather for

torch run
By Jeff Waters
jeff.waters@gaflnews.com
Hundreds of people gath-
ered Thursday morning for
the Suwannee County Law
Enforcement Torch Run for
Special Olympics.
Local law enforcement of-
ficers and officials joined
their counterparts from all
over the state to carry the
SEE HUNDREDS, PAGE 9A





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Students from Candyce Vickers class along with lo-
cal law enforcement officials gathered in front of the
Suwannee High School Thursday morning for the an-
nual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special
Olympics. - Photo: Jeff Waters


WEATHER
WEDNESDAY
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Serving Suwannee County Since 1884


The Suwannee Democrat, published
Wednesday and Friday.
Periodicals postage paid at
Live Oak, FL 32064. Business located
at 211 Howard Street East, Live Oak,
FL. Publication number 530180.

"POSTMASTER:
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Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Letters, comments and opinions on
the Viewpoint & Opinions page are
not necessarily those of the
management/ownership of the
Suwannee Democrat.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Letters may be mailed, faxed or
e-mailed to our office. All letters are
read. Not all letters are published.
Letters may be edited to fit available
space. The editor should not alter the
writer's point of view. Well written
letters require less editing. Keep it to
the point, an ideal range is 150 to
200 words. Please include your
name, address and day and evening
phone numbers for verification.
Letters MUST be signed. Letters to
the editor can be limited to one
letter per quarter per individual.


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think! Callers may dial 208-8314 and leave a
message to express their thoughts, good or
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Homesteading EXPO
Learn to feed and provide for your family in the diffi-
cult times ahead at Magnolia Farms, 12886 87th Road,
Live Oak, Florida, (386) 364-6450.
You've asked for it
Sustainable Homesteading Expo, April 30, 10-5 with
buffet lunch.
All year long we have received emails waiting for our
workshops and educational classes here on Magnolia
Farms. Since the beautiful weather has finally broken
we are ready.
Book your reservation for a very learning packed,
scheduled day of homesteading sustainable workshops.
April 30, gates open at 10 a.m. (home dairying,
cheese making class will start with milking the goats.)
Two classes per hour.
Skills you will learn:
soap making - 1 p.m.
home dairying - 11 a.m.
goat herd dairy production - 10 a.m.
bottle raising kids (goats, not children) 10:30 a.m.
Author of Forbidden Healing
grass fed poultry and eggs - 2 p.m.
organic gardening 101 - 3 p.m.

SEE SUSTAINABLE, PAGE 9A


Suwannee County

Fire/Rescue calls
for service for April 18 to 24, 2011


Total calls for service: 84

Medical Calls: 70
Cardiac: 7
Trauma: 12
Motor vehicle crash:
7
Miscellaneous medical
call: 15
Altered mental status: 1
Respiratory: 12
Diabetic: 2
Weakness: 4
Abdominal pain: 1
Seizure: 1


Nausea/Vomiting: 1
CVA: 4
Cardiac Arrest: 1
Standby: 2

Fire Calls: 14
Structure Fire: 2
Brush fire: 4
Motor vehicle crash: 3
Medical assist: 1
Tree on Road: 1
Smoke Inv: 3


Editor's note: The
Suwannee Democrat
prints the entire arrest
record each week. If your
name appears here and
you are later found not
.'. /n or the (. ,,,,... are
dropped, we will be hap-
py to make note of this in
the newspaper when judi-
cial proof is presented to
us by you or the authori-
ties.
The following abbrevi-
ations are used below:
SCSO-Suwannee
County Sheriff's Office
LOPD-Live Oak Police
Department
FDLE-Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforce-
ment
FHP-Florida Highway
Patrol
FWC-Florida Wildlife
Commission
DOT-Department of
Transportation
OALE-Office of Agri-
cultural Law Enforce-
ment
P & P-Probation and
Parole
USMS-US Marshals
Service
ATF-Department of Al-
cohol, Tobacco and
Firearms
DOC-Department of
Corrections

April 20, Jessica
Coranne Beal, 22, 1140
SW Loncala Loop Ft.
White, Fl, poss alprozolam,
poss control subst, poss-20
grm cannabis, poss drug
papaph, 1st app pd app er
wfw SCSO-A. Loston


Volunteer Fire
Responses: 22


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April 20, Bricten Angelo
Bowden, 24, 359 SE Oak
Street Mayo, Fl SCSO T.
Smith

April 20, Cindy Lynn
Newgent, 39, 627 SW
Dexter Street Live Oak, Fl,
disorderly intoxication
LOPD - S. Gambel

April 21, Travis W.
Stalvey, 28, 14917 141
Path Live Oak, Fl, suw co
wrt fta o/c dwls SCSO D
Lee

April 21, John Eugene
Hurst, 28, 251 SE Circle
Drive Mayo, Fl, housing
for lafayette co SCSO-D.
Falgout

April 21, Theresa Lynn
Hingson, 38, 15465 165th
Live Oak, Fl, fta grand
theft, fraud use credit card,
vop grand theft, fraud use
credit card SCSO-K.
Robinson

April 21, Mike Layne
Severance, 54, 9730 37th
Ct Gilchrest, Fl, sent 30
days cj SCSO T. Ford

April 21, Stephanie C.
Pritchard, 30, 1398 White
Ave Live Oak, Fl, leave
scene of crash, personal in-
jury or death, dwls SCSO
A Loston

April 21, Cassidy Daniel
Hitt, 20, 67 NE 580th St
Old Town, Fl, fta o/c as-
sault battery, cash only
bond SCSO CPL A. Loston

April 21, Cheryl Yvonne
Witt, 34, 1025 SE SR 238
Lake City, Fl, poss control
subs, poss drug parapher-
nalia, poss control subs x 4
cts, ror auth judge collins

April 21, Richard Alan
McDaniel, 39, 7060 SE
67th Court Trenton, Fl,
dwls/r, flee pd ofcr:hi spd
pursu, resist offcr w/vio-
lence, atted burg of struc-
ture, felony criminal mis-
chief, dixie co-dwls, false
id to leo, obts: 6101023393
SCSO CPL A Loston

April 21, Carl Garrett
Dubois, 30, 16249 45th
Road Wellborn, Fl, vop o/c
grand theft SCSO T. Smith

April 21, Tyrece Lamar
Roundtree, 21, 189 John-
son St Live Oak, Fl, sale
cocaine, poss cocaine w/int
sell, sale of cocaine, poss.
cocaine w/int sell SSCO







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April 21, Willie Lee
Jackson, 31, 509 Stephen-
son St Live Oak, Fl, suw
co wrt vop o/c dwls, lay co
wrt vop fal id leo, 1st app-
pd app per wfw SCSO C
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April 22, Fred Dewayne
Walker, 50, 18552 136th
Street Live Oak, Fl, dui
FHP - K. Putnel

April 22, Juan Pablo
Perez-Aguilar, 34, 221 NW
Jupiter Ct Lake City, Fl,
dui, expired dl +6mo FHP-
D. Maclaren

April 23, Allan Daniel
Huth, 44, 12860 CR 137
Wellborn, Fl, battery (dom
violence), agg assault
w/deadly wep, columbia co
wrt, vop crim use of per-
sonal id information, vop
o/c forgery, vop o/c false id
to law enforcement officer,
vop o/f dwls,
obts#6101023398 SCSO A
Robinson

April 23, Bobby Earl
Johnson, 52, 647 Miller St
Live Oak, Fl, battery-do-
mestic violence SCSO-S.
Gambel

April 23, Catherine May
Pressley, 40, 13915 104th
St Live Oak, Fl, d.u.i. FHP
- T. K .Putnel

April 24, Allen Paul
Troup, 47, 19874 CR 137
Wellborn, Fl, battery (dom
violence), 1st app-pd app
per wfw, vop-no valid dl,
vop-battery dom violence
SCSO - A. Robinson

April 24, Issac Smith,
47, 1337 Hooks Mill Road
Leslie, Ga, vop posss drug
paraph) SCSO - L. Dykes

April 25, Sambala Gak-
ou, 49, 2000 Valentin Ave
131 Brox New York, fail-
ure to stop for inspection
OALE-J. Fletcher

April 25, David Ross
Brown, 29, Columbia CI
Lake City, Fl, vop fel flee
otcr high speed pursuit,
vop poss of cocaine w/in-
tent sell/deliver, vop sale of
cocaine, vop poss cocaine
w/intent to sell or deliver
SCSO-A. Smith

April 25, Jody Dale
Mullins, 46, 10024 CR 136
Live Oak, Fl, sentenced 30
days cj SCSO SGT T.
Smith

April 25, Robert Eugene
Sheppard, 49, 22781 90th
Street Live Oak, Fl, child
abuse, 1st app-pd app per
wfw SCSO - B. Shaw





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0 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAPLIVE OAK


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27,2011


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Science



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success


Christopher Curtis was the overall winner at the Melody Christian Academy Science Fair.
Melody Christian Academy held its annual Science Fair recently. The top 17 students displayed their research findings
while presenting their projects for the entire school. Science teacher Amanda Phillips says that the students really out did
themselves this year and she is very proud of them. Christopher Curtis was the overall winner with his termite research while
Annabelle Yang and Murphy Chancey rounded out the top three. Jeremiah Ross was the student's top choice. -Courtesy photos


Hailey Baker with her project "A Healthy Smile is a Pretty Smile".


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2011 Suwannee Valley Youth Livestock Show and Sale
The Livestock Show and Sale held at the 96th Annual Suwannee County
Fair was a success again this year due in most part to the support for the
buyers. The buyers gave up not only their money but also their time to
support the various 4H and FFA Livestock projects. Due to their support the
Suwannee County Merchants Group were able to purchase 5 Steers and 20
Swine, by the end of the sales the only buyers left were the Suwannee County
Merchants. Thanks to their support every kid had a buyer for their livestock.
Without their support the sale would not have been a success.
I would personally like to say "Thank you" to each of the Merchants that
helped make this year's Livestock show and sale a success for all the kids
involved in the various 4H and FFA clubs. I would also like to invite every one
of reads this letter or if your livestock was purchased by one of the
merchants listed below to visit or call them and say "Thank you" and
remember them when purchasing goods also remember to shop at home.


LUNDY'S SEPTIC
KEITH SCOTT, EDWARD JONES LIVE OAK
VICKIE MUSIC
TRI COUNTY IRRIGATION
SUWANNEE FARMS
JORDAN AGENCY
CELEBRATIONS
LAFAYETTE STATE BANK
SUWANNEE AUTO SALVAGE
TOBY SULLIVAN
FIRST FEDERAL
COLLINS & COMPANY
LOCAL FARM BUREAU AGENTS
JOHNS LAWN
DANIELS FUNERAL HOME
KEN LEE/CPA
WES HANEY CHEVROLET
SUWANNEE INSURANCE
RECYCLING CENTER/
DANNY & ALFRED LINTON
POOLE REALTY
TRI STATE EQUIPMENT, JOHN BEAVER
CORBETTS MOBILE HOME/
ROBERT CORBETT
NAPA, LIVE OAK FLORIDA
PRECISION AUTO AND MUFFLER
PARKS JOHNSON/TYSON JOHNSON
COLUMBIA REDI MIX
RED ROOF SERVICES
SEAMANS AQUA CLEAN
SCAFFS INC
BILL O'CONNER/LEGGETT & ASSOC.
GEORGE CORY
BUD BROWN/CLASSY LADY FARM
CHEEK AND SCOTT DRUGS
WAYNE FRIER
FARMERS SCOOP
FLORIDA WHOLESALE HOMES


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GORDON FORD TRACTOR /
LIVE OAK MADISON
OLDE TYME BARBER
JAMIE MUSGROVE
LIVE OAK TRACTOR
NORTH FLORIDA PRINTING
STATE FARM/ROB CATHCART
BROWN LANTERN
SUWANNEE GLASS
GTC DESIGN GROUP
SUWANNEE VALLEY TITLE SERVICES
SUWANNEE FARMS
B.W. HELVENSTON & SONS INSURANCE
L.O. JEWELRY
HAL ARITH
IRA HORNE
THAD GLASS
W.B. HOWLAND CO.
CLAUDE CRAPPS
BENNETTS GLASS
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
CERTIFIED PLUMBING &
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
SUWANNEE FOREST PRODUCTS /
RANDY NOBLES
ERNY SELLERS
SUWANNEE GRAPHICS
MCCRIMONS OFFICE SYSTEMS
FLORIDA WHOLESALE HOMES
STATE FARM/DEREK LOADHOLTZ
DENNIS MUSIC/MUSIC CONSTRUCTION
LIVE OAK PEST CONTROL
PREVATT LAW FIRM
JOHN MARTZ
TOWN & COUNTRY TIRE
LAND CREATIONS
MERCANTILE BANK/JOHN BURLEY
SUWANNEE VALLEY HEAT AND AIR INC.
Thank you,
Tim Alcorn, Suwannee County Fair President


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27,2011


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suwannee living


Weddings/Anniversaries


Bethea & Gaddy

engagement


Brandi IVMicelle Betnea and Josepn Urew uaddy


Nelson and Michelle Ezell of Mayo are
pleased to announce the engagement of
their daughter, Brandi Michelle Bethea to
Joseph Drew Gaddy, son of Dannie Gad-
dy and Vicki and Dan Waters of Live
Oak, Florida.
Bride elect's maternal grandparents are
Helen Gonzalez of Mayo, Florida and
Wayne and the late Joyce Smith, of Hatch
Bend, Florida. Bride elect's paternal
grandparents are the late Quinton and
Ruth Ezell of Mayo, and Leon Sr. and
Ruth Bethea of Perry, Florida.
The Bride elect is a 2010 honor gradu-
ate of Lafayette High School. She is at-
tending USF, graduating in the fall with


an AA degree in psychology where she
will continue her education towards be-
coming a neonatal nurse practitioner.
Groom elect's maternal grandparents
are the late Drew and Margie Jones of
Perry, Florida. Groom elect's paternal
grandparents are the late Maggie Glover
of Live Oak, Florida and the late Charles
and Diana Waters of Live Oak, Florida.
Groom elect is a 2004 graduate of
Suwannee High School and a 2009 gradu-
ate of Saint Leo University where he re-
ceived his Bachelors Degree in Psycholo-
gy.
The wedding is planned for July 16,
2011, at Stephen Foster Memorial Park.


Smith 50th

Anniversary


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Joe and Hazel Smith


Mr. Joe Smith and Mrs. Hazel Wood Smith announce
their 50th anniversary. They were married in the Advent
Christian Church of Live Oak on April 29, 1961.
Mr. Smith was in the 1958 Suwannee High School
class. He has retired from the U.S. Air Force and the De-
partment of Homeland Security. Mrs. Smith is retired
from Brunswick Georgia county government. Both reside
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Ima Carroll
May 20, 1920 -
April 21, 2011

Jma Carroll passed
away Thursday, April
21, 2011 at Consulate
Nursing Home in Tallahas-
see where she was living
along with her husband,
Herman Carroll of 65
years, after she suffered
from many broken bones.
Ima and Herman were mar-
ried in 1946 and moved to
Suwannee County. She
taught in a one room
school house for about
three years after which she
went to work in Live Oak
as a sales clerk for The
Surprise Store until 1968.
After that she worked at
Gold Kist Poultry in Live
Oak and retired at the age
of 83. During these many
years of working she also
worked on the farm raising
feeder pigs. She loved all
the animals and had them
named. She loved being on
the outside by herself
working in the fields and
then in her yard after mov-
ing to Tallahassee in 2004.
She was named "Farmer of
the Week" in 1980 by the
local paper and then fol-
lowed with "Farmer of the
Year" in Agriculture. She
leaves a great legacy.
Ima was a loving and de-
voted wife, mother, &
grandmother. She was pre-
ceded in death by three sis-
ters (including her twin)
and a grandson (Aaron
Reed). She is survived by
her husband: Herman, and
two daughters: Betty Lou
Morton (Ralph) of Lake
City and Kathy Reed
(John) of Tallahassee; three
grandchildren: Carrie Lynn
Park (Kelvin) of Lake City,
Jason Reed (Pattie) of Tal-
lahassee and Holly Reed-
Tillman (Justin) of Talla-
hassee; eight great-grands:
Daniel, Wes, John Aaron,
Warren, Madison, Laramie,
Caleb, and Cody; one
great-great grand RJ. She
will be missed greatly by
many nieces and nephews
along with very close
friends, including Gerald
and Janet Driggers (she
called him a "son she never
had"). Services for Mrs.
Carroll were held at 2 p.m.,
Monday, April 25, 2011 at
Daniels Memorial Chapel,
Live Oak, Fla. Interment
followed at Live Oak
Cemetery.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., of Live
Oak and Branford, Fla. in
charge of arrangements.



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Davis C. "Dave"
DeLoach
March 8, 1923 -
April 20, 2011

/ avis C. "Dave" De-
Loach, 88, Live
Oak, Fla. passed
away on Wednesday, April
20, 2011 after a short ill-
ness. The Furman, S.C. na-
tive was a Veteran of
WWII while serving in the
Army and he retired from
the city of Live Oak Fire
Department as assistant
chief after 23 years. He
was also a member of the
Barrett Masonic Lodge #43
and the Community Pres-
byterian Church in Live
Oak. Mr. DeLoach is sur-
vived by his wife: Hilda
DeLoach, Live Oak, Fla.;
two sons: James W. De-
Loach, McAlpin, Fla.;
Carlton D. DeLoach, Ry-
dal, Ga.; one sister: Jackie
Parrish, Savannah, Ga.;
four grandchildren, six
great-grandchildren and
one great-great-grandchild.
Services will be held at 11
a.m. Saturday, April 23,
2011 at Community Pres-
byterian Church with Rev.
Randy Wilding and Rev.
Jim Walkup officiating. In-
terment will follow in the
Live Oak Cemetery.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., of Live
Oak and Branford, Fla. in
charge of arrangements.

Ruby Colleen Willis Ring
April 25, 2011

R uby Colleen Willis
Ring, 85 of Live
Oak, Florida passed
away on Monday, April 25,
2011. She was born in
Bridgeport, Illinois to
Arnie L. and Norma Lane
Willis. She and her hus-
band Harold L. Ring began
their lives together in Mari-
on, Indiana, then moved to
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
She Moved to Live Oak,
Florida in the Year 2000
after the death of her hus-
band of 49 Years. She is
survived by three children;
Kay R. Gambill of Fayet-
teville, N.C.; Alan Ring of
Live Oak, Florida and
Karen S. Martin of Enter-
prise, Alabama.
She is also survived by
her beloved daughter-in-
law Sandy A. Ring and
son-in-law Marty Martin,
both of whom she loved


because they loved her
children faithfully. She was
a loving grandmother to
eight grandchildren and
adored her nine great-
grandchildren. She is also
survived by two of her
eight siblings; Forest Willis
of Jacksonville, Fla. and
Olin Willis of Van Buren,
Indiana.
Ruby's church families
were a great source of
love, comfort and strength
to her. She loved her daily
walks with her grandson,
Jeremy, and looked for-
ward to visiting with her
great-grandson Tanner each
day. She loved nature and
was a loving, caring moth-
er always concerned about
the well-being of her fami-
ly and others. Services will
be held at 10 a.m. Wednes-
day, April 27, 2011 at
Daniels Memorial Chapel
with Rev. George
Swearinger officiating.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., of Live
Oak and Branford, FLa. in
charge of arrangements.

Jack Owen Craft
April 24, 2011

1 i r. Jack Owen
Craft, 85, of Lake
City passed away
on Sunday, April 24, 2011
at the Lake City V.A. Hos-
pital. Mr. Craft was a na-
tive of Winter Park, Florida
and a longtime resident of
Wellborn, Florida. He was
the middle chid of three
children to the late Thomas
Owen and Grace Jones
Craft. Mr. Craft was draft-
ed by the US Army in
1945, was a graduate of
Wellborn High School
Class of 1945 and a veter-
an of the United States Air
Force during the Korean
Conflict. He was a member
of Mt. Olive Baptist
Church and enjoyed farm-
ing, gardening and collect-
ing and selling aluminum
cans. Mr. Craft was preced-
ed in death by his wife,
Demura Craft in 2002 and
one son, Ronald Eugene
Craft in 1958.
Mr. Craft is survived by
two sons, Bruce Craft (Bet-
ty), Lake City and Jeff
Craft, Live Oak. Three
grandchildren, Chris Craft
and Danielle Craft both of
Lake City and Chelsey
Craft, Lake Park, Ga.;
three great grandchildren,


Trinity and Piper Doyle
both of Lake City and
Kaylee Craft, Lake Park,
Ga.; numerous nieces,
nephews and cousins also
survive.
Funeral services for Mr.
Craft will be conducted on
Thursday, April 28, 2011 at
11 a.m. at Mt. Olive Bap-
tist Church in Live Oak
with Rev. Lewis Gooch of-
ficiating. Interment will
immediately follow in the
church cemetery with mili-
tary honors. Visitation with
the family will be held
Wednesday evening from
6-8 p.m. at the funeral
home. Arrangements are
under direction of Guerry
Funeral Home, 2659 SW
Main Blvd., Lake City.
Please sign the guestbook
at www.guerryfuneral-
home.net.





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Publisher )


Editorial objectives for 2011
1. End prohibition on liquor in Suwannee
2. Install a County Manager
[x]3. Take public control
of Dowling House
4. Reduce duplication of effort by
city/county offices and agencies
5. Continue progress on Perimeter Road





Spending


more for less

By Jim Holmes
I think I have discovered a new scientific the-
ory. While it is not on the level of Albert Ein-
stein's Theory of Relativity, I suspect it has more
impact on most of our daily lives than anything
the famed genius thought up.
I say "suspect," because I have never under-
stood his theory in the first place. Apparently it
has something to do with time and space... and
not, as I once assumed, relatives... in my case,
children. You see, my personal Theory of Rela-
tivity---which I came up with shortly after be-
coming a father---is built upon the following hy-
pothesis; "When Dad has a few bucks left in his
wallet at the end of the month, the kids will sud-
denly need new shoes, braces or will break
something, for which a costly repairman is need-
ed." It's a perfectly sound theory, but apparently
not what the famed physicist had in mind back in
1917, which surprises me somewhat, as Big Al-
--as no one ever called him---had kids of his
own.
At any rate, my new theory has to do with
modem television. It goes this way; "The more
money I spend subscribing to satellite TV chan-
nels, the fewer decent programs there are for me
to watch."
Remember the days when there were only
three TV channels available to viewers? Heck,
for decades my wife and I lived so far out in the
country, we could only pickup one television sta-
tion...at least until we spent a significant amount
of cash erecting a 40-foot high mast. It proved to
be tall enough I felt compelled to warn a nearby
crop dusting firm of its presence. It wasn't an
aviation threat for long however. No sooner had
the tower gone up, then it was ripped down in a
severe rain storm.
Regardless, there usually seemed to be some-
thing that was entertaining on the one channel
we could receive. In fact, some of my fondest
memories involve Saturday evenings, when the
kids were playing on the floor, and Lynda and I
could settle back after a challenging work week
and laugh at the antics of Mary Tyler Moore,
Bob Newhart and the hilarious cast of the Carol
Bumett Show.
Today, I have more channels than ever avail-
able... thanks to a monthly satellite bill that ri-
vals my 1970 mortgage payment. And what do I
get for all that cash? All too often programs that-
--excuse me ---suck! For example, Saturday
evenings---once so special---are now almost al-
ways abysmal... literally abandoned by the ma-
jor networks. In fact, poorly performing week-
night shows are often REPEATED! (Speaking
of repeats, is there EVER an hour when "Law &
Order" is not somewhere on satellite TV?)
And let's not forget those ubiquitous infomer-
cials with titles like; The Best Bra Ever (not as
entertaining as you might think), Zumba Danc-
ing (a workout I suspect is designed to kill any-
one over the age of 25), Lose 30-Pounds
Overnight? (which must involve a leg amputa-
tion) and The Wesley Snipes Total Gym Work-
out. (Who knew you can apparently broadcast
infomercials from a federal lockup?)
Then there is my personal favorite; the "No
More Back Hair" hour. Honestly, I am not mak-
ing this up, although I've seen it listed under oth-
er titles as well. It features a group of attractive,
but apparently hairy women, raving about a de-
vice called the "No-No." Ladies, IT'S A RA-
ZOR!
So, if I am that unhappy with television, what
is on my TV most of the time? Usually it is a
channel with nothing but music. Heck, I just
might give it a name of its own. Something
like..."radio?!"
Jim Holmes lives in Live Oak


OPINION


Smugglers as heroes


Smugglers are heroes of sorts.
The essence of what a smuggler
offers is: "Government tyrants -
want to either prevent or interfere
with peaceable voluntary ex-
change among individuals. I can
reduce the impact of that interfer-
ence." Let's look at smuggling,
keeping in mind that not every-
thing illegal is immoral and not
everything legal is moral. BY WALT
Leading up to our War of Inde-
pendence, the British, under the Navigation Acts, had
levied taxes on a wide range of imports. One of those tax-
es was on molasses imported from non-British islands.
John Hancock, whose flamboyant signature graces our De-
claration of Independence, had a thriving business smug-
gling an estimated 1.5 million gallons of molasses a year.
His smuggling practices financed much of the resistance to
British authority. In fact, a joke of the time was "Sam
Adams writes the letters (to newspapers) and John Han-
cock pays the postage."
Hancock's smuggling, as well as that of many others,
made the people of our nation better off by providing
cheaper prices for molasses used for making rum. British
oppressors were worse off by having lower tax revenues.
In 1920, the 18th Amendment, prohibiting the produc-
tion, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages in the
United States, went into effect. It had wide public support.
In my opinion, no case can be made for stopping another
person from enjoying beer, wine and whiskey. That's op-
pression, but along came heroes to the rescue. The ink had-
n't dried on the 18th Amendment before smugglers started
smuggling beer and whiskey from Canada and Mexico.
Ships lined up along our shores, just beyond the three-mile
limit, to off-load whiskey onto speedboats. Smugglers and
b, -. ile.-.-.cis spared millions of Americans from do-gooder
oppression.
While the smuggler qua smuggler is my hero, several im-
portant negative effects surround his activity. Smuggling is
illegal. It becomes a sometimes-nasty criminal enterprise
because those who engage in it tend to be people with an
overall lower regard for the law. Since smuggling is illegal,
disputes must be settled with guns and violence instead of
courts. Plus, police and other public officials are corrupted.
Worse of all is the reduced respect for laws by the public at
large. After the 18th Amendment's repeal, virtually all of


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2011 Creators Syndicate
ER WILLIAMS


the crime and corruption associat-
ed with Prohibition disappeared.
Not many Americans are aware
of today's big smuggling activity
-- cigarette smuggling. Confisca-
tory taxes that are as high as $7 a
pack, in New York City, making
one pack of cigarettes sell for
$13, have encouraged a thriving
smuggling business across our
country. Like Prohibition, confis-
catory tobacco taxes are popular


with Americans.
A recent study by Michael LaFaive and Todd Nesbit of
the Midland, Michigan-based Mackinac Center for Public
Policy titled "Cigarette Taxes and Smuggling" shows that
states with the highest cigarette smuggling rates are those
with the highest tobacco taxes such as Arizona (51.8 per-
cent of the state's total consumption are smuggled), New
York (47.5 percent), Rhode Island (40.5 percent), New
Mexico (37.2 percent) and California (36.3 percent).
Cigarette smuggling, like yesteryear's whiskey smug-
gling, has become a livelihood for criminals. The Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has found that
Russian, Armenian, Ukrainian, Chinese, Taiwanese and
Middle Eastern (mainly Pakistani, Lebanese and Syrian)
organized crime groups are highly involved in the traffick-
ing of contraband and counterfeit cigarettes. What's worse
is that some of these groups use their earnings to provide fi-
nancial assistance to terrorist organizations such as Hezbol-
lah and Hamas. That means tax-hungry politicians and anti-
tobacco zealots are providing the means for aid to Ameri-
ca's enemies.
The solution to cigarette smuggling, and the criminal ac-
tivities associated with it, is to eliminate the confiscatory
taxes. Unfortunately for tax-hungry politicians and anti-to-
bacco zealots, who see confiscatory taxes as a tool in their
moral crusade against tobacco, only benefits count. For
them, the costs of their agenda are irrelevant or secondary
at best. And, as novelist C.S. Lewis put it, "Of all tyrannies
a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims
may be the most oppressive."
Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at GC. ..*.
Mason University. To find out more about Walter E.
Williams and read features by other Creators Syndicate
writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web
page at www.creators.com.


FROM OUR READERS


Dear Editor,

As I read the article about the school board and what
Senator Steve Wise proposed doing, I became dismayed at
the thought of the county going without the school board.
How would anything be accomplished if there were no
monetary benefit to go along with the positions.
After reading the article again, I came to realize, that
maybe this is not such a bad idea.
Maybe we would get the positions filled with persons
that have no interest in anything but the best for the chil-
dren and saving the state $10 million dollars would be won-
derful.
Upon further reflection, I also thought how much money
could be saved if all positions of the government were paid
the same way as the school boards? Would more be ac-
complished if all were paid on a "per meeting" schedule?
Think of all the positions that are paid by the state every
year. If the Governor, Senators and Congressmen, and even
the City Council members were paid this way, what amount
would this then save the state? The whole country could
benefit from conducting business this way. When we first
became a nation, George Washington did not receive a
wage for the presidency: He had other business to pay him.


Neither did our Senators or Congressmen. These men did it
for the honor of serving this wonderful county we live in.
I don not know when Congress or the job as President be-
came a paid position, but it can surely be stated that it gave
them a vested interest in what law's were passed and who
won an election.
When I think of the amount of money that is expended
from our treasury to pay all of the Government I AM truly
daunted. 400,000.00 dollars a year for the President times
4 years is an awful lot. And they continue to receive this
amount until they die, the Senators and Congressmen also.
So, with this being said, Thank You Senator Steve Wise
from Jacksonville. You are, indeed, very wise to open this
train of thought for the people of Florida and also the rest
of the USA. Thank you again, for the money that is going
to be saved, by getting the Congress to donate their time for
just a stipend per meeting they attend and of course,
mileage would be included.
If for some reason this is not feasible, then the Congress
for this state (at least) could work for minimum wage. That
would surely help Florida to lower her budget.
Thank you so much,
Luan Rauscher
Live Oak


BIBLE VERSE

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daughter," he said, "your faith has
healed you." And the woman was
healed from that moment.
- Matthew 9:22


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Dasher Farm goes green the easy way


Randy Dasher harvesting lettuce. - Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor


Dasher grow
Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
For Randall (Randy) Dasher, green is the way to go
when growing your own fruits and vegetables, especial-


,s plants using a
ly by using the Tower Garden, an innovative way to
grow plants that requires little effort.
As soon as you walk into Randy's greenhouse the
sweet aroma of chives wafts up your nostrils, as an au-
tomated three-fan system distributes cooling air


Arica Land of Branford wins

two awards at county fair


Arica's Grand Champion heifer. - Courtesy photo


Joyce Marie Taylor
Arica Land, daughter of Adrian Land of Branford,
won Grand Champion heifer and Grand Champion steer,
along with Showmanship for both categories at the 96th


Annual Suwannee County Fair Livestock Show and Sale
held April 1-9, 2011.
Arica is the first person ever to win both awards in one
year. Congratulations, Arica.


tower system
throughout the building. He uses no fungicides or insec-
ticides, so you know you're getting only healthy, highly
nutritious food from his farm.
Randy and his daughter, Sarah Carte, know the farm
life and they know what works and what doesn't. Dash-
er Farm, located at 5195 180 Street in McAlpin, is a
work in progress, as far as perfecting the art of green-
house farming. It is a never-ending learning process and
that's what keeps Randy young at heart and eager to ex-
pand his horizons.
Randy is a fourth generation farmer and has lived in
the Suwannee Valley his entire life. He is a 1969 gradu-
ate of Branford High School. While Randy tends to his
farm, his wife, Pam, stays busy looking after the grand-
kids, who belong to daughter Sarah. Maddie is five
years old and Lindsleigh is two.
The Dashers' son, Justin, is 28 years old and recently
started a career in the U.S. Army, currently stationed at
Fort Polk, Louisiana. Justin played college football, but
broke his shoulder, so that aspiration didn't materialize.
After college he worked on his father's farm and kept
all the trucks on the road. He's also a certified Harley
Davidson mechanic. Still searching for his niche in life,
he got on the list to work at the local prison. The list
was long, though, and he was growing tired of waiting.
One day a friend of his suggested he check out the
Army for a career and off he went to enlist.
Randy said that after boot camp, "Justin signed up for
the Ranger program, but when he found out that it
would involve much secrecy, meaning he couldn't talk
to his wife about his Army activities, he dropped out of
the program."
Justin, because of his age, his maturity level, and his
knowledge of weapons from living in the country where
hunting is a way of life, now teaches new recruits how
to survive during times of war.
"We know one day he'll be deployed. When he gets
there, we know he'll be prepared," Randy said. "He's
working for a good cause."
Daughter Sarah lives in Luraville and she holds a
bachelor's degree in Agricultural Communications.
Since age 15 she has been an active part of her father's
farm business. It was after he suggested she buy a John
Deere combine to custom harvest bahiagrass seed for
local producers when things really took off. Bahiagrass
is a popular, low-maintenance lawn grass that does well
with limited water and fertilizer.


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Obituaries ............ 5A


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In 1977, Randy built a
seed processing plant on
his farm, which special-
ized in bahiagrass, rye and
iron-clay peas. The seeds
are then custom dried,
cleaned and bagged and
shipped in bulk to
Shenandoah Growers in
Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Then, in 1986 he built a
hydroponic greenhouse to
grow tomatoes. In '87
Randy diversified and
tried growing lettuce.
"It fizzled out in six
months," he said.
In 1996 an entrepreneur
from Boston convinced
Randy to grow basil in the
greenhouse, even flying
down to school him on the
process. Soon, Shenan-
doah Growers and others
were requesting the basil,
and before long Randy
N.


was growing and shipping
not only basil, but chives,
rosemary and an assort-
ment of other herbs. At
one point he had up to 10
acres of herbs growing on
his land, along with an-
other 200 acres of
peanuts.
In 2003, a partnership
was set up with Shenan-
doah Growers. The herbs
are sold with their label,
but Randy is the one who
grows, packs and ships
them.
To those who know
Randy, he is and has al-
ways been an innovator;
continuously looking for
new and better ways to do
things. He soon met up
with Tim Blank, a former
Epcot hydroponics expert,
as well as Bob Hochmuth
from North Florida Re-
search & Education Cen-
ter for the Suwannee Val-


ley. With Tim's hydropon-
ics knowledge and Bob's
research urging him for-
ward, Randy set out to
perfect the Tower Garden,
the brainchild of Tim
Blank.
Tower Gardens are a
unique way to grow fruits,
vegetables and herbs. On
one tower you can grow
tomatoes, cucumbers, let-
tuce, basil, cilantro, pars-
ley, chives and strawber-
ries, or anything else of
your choosing.
Unfortunately, in a
greenhouse setting, there
is one major problem with
growing certain foods like
squash, cucumbers, toma-
toes and strawberries. One
critical element is miss-
ing; bumble bees. Without
the bees to pollinate the
plants, the fruits and veg-
etables cannot grow prop-
erly.
Perhaps you have seen
the "ugly tomatoes" for
sale in your local super-
market. These are the
product of indoor hydro-


ponic greenhouse plants
that have not been polli-
nated by bees. They are
perfectly safe to eat, but
they just look, well, ugly.
There is a solution to
the problem, though.
Randy says you can buy a
box of bumblebees and set
them loose in the green-
house. They don't attack
humans, he said. "They go
straight for the flowers,"
he said.
Always experimenting
to find the best way to do
things, Randy has tried
many different watering
systems in the greenhouse.
His specialty is the chan-
nel system, but he has also
used the traditional bag
with peat, styrofoam and
coconut cores.
His current challenge is
to find out why ants have
suddenly appeared in the
greenhouse to feast on the
blooms of his squash
plants. Knowing Randy,
he will figure it out soon.
The Tower Gardens he
promotes are constructed


of high grade UV treated
plastic.
"We know it will last 30
years," Randy said of the
product. "Only the pump
and the timer may need
replacing on occasion."
Each tower will support
nine pods, so you could
have dozens of plants
growing on each tower.
The best part is that no
soil is needed and it uses
only 12 minutes of energy
an hour. The pump, which
is on a timer, allows the
water to trickle down onto
the roots of the plants in-
side the tower at specified
times.
Tower Gardens are
catching on all across the
nation. You may have
seen Randy's vendor
booth at Christmas on the
Square in Live Oak or
more recently at the Lake
City Home and Patio
Show. Towers like his
have been featured on
CNN, ABC News, The
New York Times, Urban
Garden Magazine and


many others.
One notable proponent
of the worth of Tower
Gardens is Manhattan
Chef John Mooney of the
Bell, Book and Candle
Restaurant, who has his
very own rooftop Tower
Garden. From roof to
table is his motto.
If you want to grow
your own food in your
backyard, the Tower Gar-
den is the way to go.
There is no weeding, no
tilling, no getting down
and dirty on your knees,
and you don't need a
green thumb. Each Tower
Garden comes complete
with everything you need
to get started. All you
have to do is buy the
seeds of your choice and
supply the water and
you're ready to go. The
bees come free outdoors.
If you'd like to learn
more, log on to www.my-
towergarden.com,
www.dasherfarm.com, or
give Randy a call at 386-
963-3322.


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residents, a party with great snacks and cake, then the
residents got to watch the staff's children hunt 1,200 eggs filled
with candy and four golden egg prizes, then ended it with a
cookout for everyone. The residents had so much fun,
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WOMAN
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that she was involved in on
February 1 at the intersec-
tion of US 129 North and
170th Street in Suwannee
County, reports indicate.
According to a report by
SCSO Deputy Chuck
Tompkins, Pritchard failed
to stop after striking the
rear of a vehicle carrying
April Burkett, her son, and
another passenger.
Burkett "had to try and
follow and get the tag
number and description of


This little guy poses for the These girls search for Easter eggs at Suwannee Healthcare.
camera, quickly, before
searching for more Easter
eggs.


the vehicle that struck her,"
according to the report.
The victim contacted au-
thorities and stated that she
had medical documenta-
tion of injuries sustained
during the crash by herself
and her passengers, the re-
port states.
Pritchard was booked
into the Suwannee County
Jail Thursday on the
charges of leaving the
scene of a crash with per-
sonal injury or death and
driving while license sus-
pended.


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Continued From Page 1A

"Flame of Hope". Every
year, local and state law
enforcement officers car-
ry the torch to the open-
ing ceremonies of Flori-
da's Sunshine State
Games. The local leg of
the run began at Suwan-
nee High School.
Local teacher Candyce
Vickers had her class


available for the event.
Others included the
Suwannee County Sher-
iff's Office, the Live Oak
Police Department, the
local National Guard, the
Florida Highway Patrol,
NJROTC, Suwannee Cor-
rectional Institution offi-
cers and others.
For more on the Special
Olympics go to www.spe-
cialolympics.org.


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bread baking - 3 p.m.
bulk milling grains - 4 p.m.
Wild, fresh herbs for medi-
cinal value - 4 p.m.
An organic buffet lun-
cheon will be served from
noon to 1:30 p.m. The food
is 5 star here for all our
events. That's what every-
one tells me. We will re-
sume for four sets of class-
es, two per hour until 5
p.m.
Visit our website,
www.magnoliafarms.org
for complete details of the
classes. You must prepay.


You can use Paypal online
or mail a check to the ad-
dress above so our chefs
will be prepared to feed the
total number of visitors.
We will also ask that you
choose the classes you will
positively be sitting in on
because some of them are
hands on and are limited to
a certain amount of people.
It's hard enough to make
ends meet now so learn to
feed and provide for your
family in the difficult times
ahead on your land or in
your household, to stretch
your family's limited dol-
lar.


So many Easter eggs.


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when he became argumen-
tative, the report indicates.
Huth became physical and
hit a male victim in the
face causing a small cut
under the left eye.
The victim started to de-
fend himself when Huth
reportedly pulled out a box
cutter and attempted to cut
the male victim. While the
victim was defending him-
self, his brother called 911,
according to the report.
Huth told the arresting
officer he had been drink-
ing, and a box cutter was
discovered in a pocket of
his pants. Huth was trans-
ported and booked into the
Suwannee County Jail on
charges of battery (domes-
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resident and Suwannee
High School graduate, Vi-
cenzi, 45, of Lake City,
went missing after his
kayak overturned March
20 during a family outing
on the Suwannee River
near Hardenburg boat
ramp in Lafayette County
officials said. Vicenzi's
body was found three days
later by a Suwannee Coun-
ty search boat.
Lafayette County Sheriff
Brian Lamb said the body
was discovered by the
Suwannee County search
boat between Hardenburg
boat ramp and Royal
Springs, about two to three
miles from where Vicenzi's
kayak overturned near
Hardenburg.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Commission, and
the Lafayette, Suwannee,
Columbia and Dixie coun-
ty Sheriff's Office were in-
volved in the search effort.
Vicenzi's father-in-law
Eugene Allen, of Mayo,
said family and friends
were gathered at his Mayo
home on the Suwannee
River to celebrate Vicen-


zi's daughter's 19th birth-
day. His daughter and oth-
ers began kayaking to
Running Springs. Vicenzi
stayed behind to watch the
last few laps of a race on
television, according to
Allen. After the race end-
ed, he set out on a kayak to
catch up with the group
late in the afternoon.
Allen said Vicenzi was a
body builder and in great
physical shape, in addition
to being an excellent
swimmer.
Still, FWCs Karen Park-
er said that upon medical
examination, Vicenzi's
death was ruled a drown-
ing.
Allen described Vicenzi
as a family man and a
peaceful person. He was
married to Allen's step-
daughter Marti. They had
two daughters and one
granddaughter. Vicenzi
worked for Security Safe
Company's O'Brien office.
He attended Florida Sher-
iffs Boys Ranch as a
teenager and is a graduate
of the SHS Class of 1985.
Vicenzi's sister was
killed in January in a tragic
accident, Allen confirmed.


MAYOR'S
Continued From Page 1A

60 comments from online
readers as of press time
Tuesday who were offend-
ed by the mayors remarks.
"Wow! The mayor's
bigotry and ignorance
takes my breath away,"
wrote John Shuey, former-
ly of Gainesville.
The first paragraph of
the column addresses No-
bles' response to the be-
liefs of "atheists, agnos-
tic's and non-believers."
It reads as follows:
"The Easter Season is one
of the holiest times for
Christians around the
world. Believers join to-
gether to remember, cele-
brate and give thanks to
God for the sacrifice that
Jesus Christ made to save
believers and ensure eter-
nal life. There are those
that don't acknowledge
the existence of God.
Their souls are in mortal
danger of being lost for
eternity. These atheists,
agnostics or non believers
point to the injustices and
tribulations that befall
man. These are things of
man's doing, not God.


The main point is that if
people around the world
truly had God in their
lives, there would not be
any of the things that
atheists point to in order
to discredit a belief in the
Almighty. God is caring
and loving. He is not a
mean God. If people were
to turn toward God and
not away from Him, there
would be a heaven on
earth. God bless us all."
Randy Lewis, director
of Atheist of North Flori-
da, said he feels that No-
bles' column was inten-
tionally directed at his
group. At a City Council
meeting held earlier this
month Lewis requested
that council members stop
praying before meetings
and instead observe a mo-
ment of silence. He excit-
ed emotions when he held
up posters of emaciated
children and a young am-
putee victim, and told
Live Oak City Council
members that they pray to
a "prolific child murder-
er".
"... It is quite unfortu-
nate that the mayor used
his office illegally to pro-


DISCUSSION


Continued From Page 1A

Oxendine told the board
they think it would be in
the best interest of the citi-
zens to advertise for a
county manager.
"I'm totally for a county
manager job," said Oxen-
dine. "I think it adds ac-
countability to government
and I would also like to see
it advertised. I want to get
the best person in here to
do the job. I do believe
(current county coordina-
tor) Joe (Gerrity) under-
stands that ... this could
happen if we go this
route."
Gerrity said by phone
Monday that he was under


a different impression.
"That's exactly the op-
posite of what they've told
me," said Gerrity, who said
he thought he was a shoe-
in for the job.
In a February workshop
on the matter, Chris Hol-
ley, executive director of
the Florida Association of
Counties, told commission-
ers that, by law, the county
doesn't have to advertise to
hire a county manager.
They can appoint anyone
they wish, including Gerri-
ty.
Commission Chairman
Jesse Caruthers, who is
against advertising the job,
still stood by his belief
from that workshop that he


favors the system now,
with the board over admin-
istrative duties of the five
department heads in the
county.
"Even in the newspaper,
they think this is a solves
all, just because you can't
get three county commis-
sioners to agree on some-
thing the county coordina-
tor's going to achieve
something," said Caruthers.
"He can do no more than
what the board directs him
to do by majority vote."
He said, however, that he
would "feel comfortable"
with a county manager po-
sition only if Gerrity were
to assume the job.
"I'm not going to put Joe


out of a job to compete
with another job here," said
Caruthers. "Joe has done
very well as a coordinator
in my opinion."
Wainwright agreed with
Gerrity's job performance.
"Him having been here
and having established re-
lationships he could possi-
bly have an advantage over
outside applicants, but even
with that I felt that it's in
the best interest of the
county that we allow appli-
cants outside so we can
pick the very best. Mr.
Gerrity may be the very
best that applies."
Gerrity was out and
therefore not at the April
19 meeting.


mote his religion and to
attack people that do not
share his bronze age be-
liefs!!," Lewis said via
email. "This is absolutely
outrageous behavior by a
government official. He
has done nothing but
cause even more division
in the community."
Nobles told the Democ-
rat by phone Monday that
his column was not in-
tended to be critical of
anyone's beliefs, but that
it was his intention to
make a point.
"Part of what I said was
in reaction to their (Lewis
and his group) visit to
City Hall and how they
presented themselves," he
said.
Nobles wished to react
to the poster Lewis pre-
sented at the meeting and
to Lewis' statements.
"These groups cannot
expect not to have any re-
actions," said Nobles.
He said he simply
wished to exercise his
rights to freedom of
speech and announce his
own personal beliefs.
"They need to respect
freedom of expression,
too," he said. "If they
don't, then they need to be
quiet."
However, those offend-
ed by the mayor's column
are shouting out.
"First, in my opinion the
mayor was just saying
what he thinks his con-
stituents want to hear.
Second, if he had simply
stated his beliefs, I would
have thought it inappropri-
ate for his office but not
singled out as a group. Fi-
nally, once he said, 'There
are those that don't ac-
knowledge the existence
of God. Their souls are in
mortal danger of being
lost for eternity.' He was
clearly pointing at us and
saying there is something
wrong with these people,"
said Lewis Simpson of
Plant City by email. "And


then to go on and com-
pletely mischaracterize us
and what we think, was
not only wrong, but propa-
gates misunderstanding
and hatred toward fellow
citizens. I can't begin to
express how disappointing
it is to see a government
official being allowed to
do this kind of thing. It's
reminiscent of the way
prejudice used to be ac-
ceptable in race relations."
Steve Williamson, of the
United Kingdom, said al-
though he is not an Ameri-
can citizen, he feels the
mayor's use of "religious
proselytizing" firmly goes
against the Constitution.
"1st Amendment to the
US Constitution begins as
follows: 'Congress shall
make no law respecting an
establishment of reli-
gion'," he said via email.
"This man should be re-
moved from office, as he
has used his position as
Mayor to 'establish' a case
for religious belief."
There were two readers
who had expressed sup-
port of Nobles, however.
"Mr. Nobles' aptly refer-
enced faith is not evidence
of prejudice; nor is it
'delusional'," said an on-
line reader identified sim-
ply as "John".
An online reader known
as "Zack" said that Nobles
was simply stating what
he felt from the heart,
with no ill-will toward
anyone.
"He is wishing that peo-
ple could feel the peace he
feels through knowing Je-
sus is Lord. He's not
bashing anyone else, he's
stating that if everyone
felt the way he felt in his
heart, the world would be
a better place," he wrote
online. l'1hi; ? I say
he's trying to share his
love. Lets all just ease off
the panic button a bit and
enjoy the moment of
someone caring about
you."


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TALLAHASSEE-The area started with about 75 athletes compet-
ing at regionals, after the weekend we are down to just eight left.
Branford's Ashley Horn, Logan Boss, David Bass and Stephanie
Copeland all qualified for state along with Hamilton County's An-
tonio Turner and the 4x100 relay team of Anthony Ingram, Gerald
Bristol, Will Hill and Turner after finishing in the top four at the
Region I-1A meet Friday at Maclay.
Boss (47.23) broke the school record in the 300 hurdles winning
the event nearly two seconds ahead of runner-up Maclay's Imoni
McCorvey.
Horn (5:38.59) broke the school record which she set earlier in
the season finishing fourth in the 1600 run.
Copeland (110-4) finished second in the discus ahead of Morgan
Jones from Baker.
Bass (1:58.29) broke the school record on his way to winning the
800 run ahead of runner-up Maclay's Scott Billings.
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Copeland (32-11) nearly qualified in the shot put finishing fifth,
two feet behind fourth place finisher Jones.
Horn (12:39.25) nearly qualified for the 3200 finishing fifth two
seconds behind fourth place finisher Baker's Katie Rispone
(12:37.31). Teammate sixth grader Taylor Jones (13:55) finished in
ninth in the 3200 run.
Olivia Boney was twelfth in the 100 dash ahead of Hamilton's
Dre'nisha Peterson, who finished fifteenth. Boney also placed
twelfth in the 200 and fourteenth in the long jump, while teammate
Cameron Casube was seventh in the pole vault.
Boss (who finished fifth in the high jump) and teammate Typhani
Whitley finished tenth and eleventh in the triple jump, while
Lafayette's Elizabeth Anderson held off Branford's Montana Bailey
to finish ninth in the 400.
Branford's 4x800 relay team nearly qualified for state finishing
fifth.


SEE EIGHT, PAGE 3B


Suwannee opened defense of its District 5-3A title with a semifinal game against Williston yesterday.
- Photo: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)




Spring Break




on hold


By Corey Davis
corev.davis@aaf Inews.com


While their peers are off surfing at the beach,
hitting the malls or swimming in the river, sever-
al local athletes instead will be spending their
spring break trying to extend their seasons.
District baseball tournaments, first round soft-
ball playoff games and the state track meet this
weekend take top priority for area teams.
The week started Monday with district baseball
tournaments getting underway at Fort White,
Maclay, Trenton and Melody Christian. The top
two teams in each district move onto the playoffs
the following week.
First round softball playoffs began Tuesday
with Suwannee traveling to Trinity Catholic and
continues tonight with Lafayette hosting Port St
Joe.
A Suwannee win moves them into the second
round of the playoffs, where it would travel to
Williston or hosts Crystal River, while a
Lafayette win would give them another home
game against either NFC or Liberty County.
A handful of athletes from Branford and
Hamilton County will be participating in the
Class 1A State track meet Friday in Winter Park.
Here is a run down of this week's Spring Break
schedule


Monday
District 3-1A: Eagle's View at Melody Christian,
4
District 5-2A: Chiefland vs Dixie, 4:30 (at Tren-
ton)
District 5-2A: Trenton vs Bell, 7:30, (at Trenton)
District 4-2A: Jefferson County at Maclay, 4
District 5-3A: Newberry at Fort White, 7
Tuesday
District 3-1A: Cedar Creek Christian vs Man-
darin Christian, 4 p.m. (at Melody)
District 5-2A: Branford vs St. Francis, 4:30 (at
Trenton)
District 5-2A: P.K. Yonge vs TBA, 7:30 (at Tren-
ton)
District 4-2A: Hamilton County vs Lafayette, 2,
(at Maclay)
District 4-2A: NFC at Maclay, 4:30
District 5-3A: Suwannee vs Williston, 4, (at Fort
White)
District 5-3A: Santa Fe vs Newberry/Fort White,
7 (at Fort White)
First round: Suwannee at Trinity Catholic, 7 p.m.
(softball)


SEE SPRING, PAGE 2B


Crashing the party

By Corey Davis
corey.davis@gaflnews.com
S" ALACHUA-Going by the seeds awarded
- " -- - - / to teams for their play during the regular
season, fourth seeded Suwannee had no
business getting past the semifinals of their
5-Adistrict tournament.
I5V11 M InaTell that to a group of girls who turned a
roller-coaster type of season into a memo-
rable one by stunning top seeded and host
Sante Fe in the District 5-3A semifinals.
The win clinched the Bulldogs first playoff
berth since 2005 and put them in position
according to school records to win their first
ever fast pitch district title.
Williston 3, Suwannee 1
Tori Stamper pitched a complete game,
..- . . .. three hitter and had a two-run single to lift
Williston past Suwannee, 3-1 in the District
5-3A championship game.
Dayna Hunn belted a solo home run in


Suwannee stunned top seeded and host Santa Fe to clinch its first playoff appearance since 2005. - Photo: Submitted


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SPORTS


Crashing the party


Continued From Page 1B

the sixth inning to provide
the final margin as the
Red Devils claimed their
third consecutive district
title.


Suwannee Legals
Suwannee County School Board
Bid #10-217 - Modular Home
Sealed bids will be received in the office
of the Chief Financial Officer, Suwannee
County School Board, 702 2nd Street
NW, Live Oak, Florida 32064, until 4:00
p.m., May 13, 2011 for a modular home.
The house is a 1600 sq. ft. - 3BR/2BA
home - sold as is - that must be moved by
the purchaser. The house may be in-
spected at the Suwannee Hamilton Tech-
nical Center located at 415 Pinewood Dri-
ve, Live Oak, FL 32064. Building specifi-
cations are available at the following web
a d d r e s s :
http://teacherweb.com/FL/Suwan-
neeCountyDistrict/SchoolHomePage/ap3
5.aspx
Arrangements must be made by the suc-
cessful bidder to move the house from
school property no later than 45 days af-
ter closing.
Bids must be submitted in a sealed enve-
lope plainly marked:
SCSB Bid #10-217 - Modular Home
Attn: Chief Financial Officer
Due Date: May 13, 2011
The Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
4/27 5/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 11-146-DR
DIVISION: CIVIL
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
DONNA ANN GARLAND,
Wife
and
JOHN CHARLES GARLAND,
Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR PUBLICATION
TO: JON CHARLES GARLAND
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage, including claims
for dissolution of marriage, payment of
debts, division of real and personal prop-
erty and for payments of support, has
been filed against you.You are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any to this action on Angela M. Cancio, of
CANCIO & ROMAGNOLO PA, Petition-
er's attorney, whose address is PO. BOX
6051, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 32064, on or
before June 3, 2011, and file the original
with the clerk of this court at SUWANNEE
County Courthouse, 200 South Ohio Av-
enue, Live Oak, Florida 32064, either be-
fore service on Petitioner's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal or strik-
ing of pleadings.
DATED this 20th day of April, 2011.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Keith M. Gentry
Deputy Clerk
4/27 5/4, 11, 18





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Williston (14-9) hosted
Crystal River Tuesday in
the first round, while
Suwannee (14-14) traveled
to Ocala Trinity Catholic.
In a scoreless game in
the bottom of the fourth,


Suwannee Legals
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 09-46-CA
AMERICAN GENERAL HOME EQUITY,
INC., a Delaware corporation, autho-
rized to and doing business in the
State of Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs
RHONDA DENISE MORGAN
MEGARGEL and TIM MEGARGEL,
her husband,
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclo-
sure dated August 12, 2010 and subse-
quent Order Rescheduling Foreclosure
Sale, both entered in Civil Case No. 09-
46-CA of the Circuit Court of the Third Ju-
dicial Circuit for SUWANNEE County,
Florida, wherein AMERICAN GENERAL
HOME EQUITY, INC. is Plaintiff and
RHONDA DENISE MORGAN
MEGARGEL and TIM MEGARGEL, her
husband are Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, at 11:00
A.M. on May 17, 2011 at the front door
of the Suwannee Courthouse, 200
South Ohio/MLK Avenue, Live Oak,
Florida, the following described property
as set forth in said Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure, being situate in
SUWANNEE County, Florida, to-wit:
COMMENCE AT THE NW CORNER OF
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 FOR
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 660 FEET; THENCE RUN EAST
330 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 660
FEET; THENCE RUN WEST 330 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, ALL
BEING IN SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 14 EAST, SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MO-
BILE HOME LOCATED THEREON, DE-
SCRIBED AS: 2000 PEAC MOBILE
HOME,VIN #PSH2GA1511A & B
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.


Dated this 17th day of M
SEAL
B
CLERK OF THE C


I HEREBY CERTIFY tha
rect copy of the foregoi
nished by United States
(unless otherwise specify
tot he following persons
March, 2011:
MICHAEL J. COOPER,
321 NW Third Avenue
Ocala, FL 34475
RHONDA DENISE MOR
MEGARGEL
TIM MEGARGEL
6188 284th Street
Branford, FL 32088
SEAL


CLERK OF THE C


4/27 5/4


Stamper took advantage of
an opportunity at the plate
to help herself out with
runners on second and
third with two outs. The
senior hit a sharp ground
ball to the left side of the
infield, which deflected
off the glove off Suwan-
nee third baseman Brittney
Shearer.
Shortstop Jessie Ten-
Broeck then picked up the
ball in short left field but
her throw home was not in
time allowing Angie
Wilcox and Kate Bannon
to both score giving
Williston a 2-0 lead.
In the top of the fifth,
Suwannee put runners on
second and third with one
out thanks to two straight
Williston errors, but Stam-
per induced a pop out to
end the threat.
The Bulldogs did score
their lone run in the sixth
inning on a Bannon throw-


Monday


District 3-1A: Eagle's View at
larch, 2011.
Melody Christian, 4
District 5-2A: Chiefland vs Dixie,
ARRY A. BAKER 4:30 (at Trenton)
CIRCUIT COURT
District 5-2A: Trenton vs Bell, 7:30,
By: Sharon Hale ton)
Deputy Clerk (at Trenton)
District 4-2A: Jefferson County at
at a true and cor-
ng has been fur- Maclay, 4
First Class Mails District 5-3A: Newberry at Fort
ically designated)
s) this 17th day of White, 7

ESQUIRE Tuesday
District 3-1A: Cedar Creek Christian
RGAN vs Mandarin Christian, 4 p.m. (at
Melody)
District 5-2A: Branford vs St.
Francis, 4:30 (at Trenton)
District 5-2A: P.K. Yonge vs TBA,
Barry A. Baker 7:30 (at Trenton)
CIRCUIT COURT District 4-2A: Hamilton County vs
By: Sharon Hale Lafayette, 2, (at Maclay)
DeputyClerk District 4-2A: NFC at Maclay, 4:30
District 5-3A: Suwannee vs


ing error, but Stamper
stranded two runners on
base as the Red Devils
clung to the one-run lead.
Hunn blasted a Tinsley
Smith (5-8) offering over
the right-centerfield fence
to lead off the bottom of
the sixth for an insurance
run.
TenBroeck drilled a
two-out double in the top
of the seventh for Suwan-
nee before Marshanna
Boyette bounced out to
end the game.
Suwannee 3,
Santa Fe 2
Having never beaten
Santa Fe, Suwannee
picked the right time to fi-
nally do it.
Santa Fe took an early
lead of 2-0 in the third in-
ning on a triple by their
catcher and a base hit to
drive her in.
In the fourth, senior
third baseman Brittney


Shearer launched a solo
home run over the center
field fence, cutting the
lead to 2-1.
In the seventh, Nicole
Roper led off the inning
with a single and was
moved to third with two
sacrifice bunts. Jessie
TenBroeck was intention-
ally walked sitting the
stage for starting pitcher
Marshanna Boyette to help
her cause at the plate.
Boyette put the ball in
play with runners on sec-
ond and third to the third
baseman. She would have
beaten the throw to score
the tying run, but an errant
throw allowed Tenbroeck
to score the go ahead run.
Santa Fe got their first
two batters on in bottom
of inning, only to see a
ground out and two fly
balls caught to end the
threat.
"The girls played to-


Williston, 4, (at Fort White)
District 5-3A: Santa Fe vs
Newberry/Fort White, 7 (at Fort
White)
First round: Suwannee at Trinity
Catholic, 7 p.m. (softball)

Thursday
District 3-1A title game, 4, at Melody
District 4-2A title game, 4:30, at
Maclay
District 5-3A title game, 7, at Fort
White
First round: Port St. Joe at Lafayette,
7, (softball)

Friday
Second round: TBA (softball)
District 5-2A title game, 7:30, at
Trenton
Class 1A State Track meet, 11 a.m.,
at Winter Park
May 2
Football


gether as a team and had
each others back through-
out the game that con-
tributed so much to the
win," Suwannee coach
Tommy Chambers said.
"We did not do this
throughout the season, but
everyone has come togeth-
er to make this run
through districts and play-
offs enjoyable. As good as
the win was, the ultimate
goal is a district champi-
onship, and hopefully the
game with Williston will
provide that."
Suwannee 11,
Newberry 0
Junior pitcher Tinsley
Smith threw a no-hitter
while striking out seven to
get the win. Offensively,
senior Brittney Shearer hit
her second home run of
the season, while Mar-
shanna Boyette went 2-
for-3, as did Jamie Sum-
mers and Maegan Olson.


Spring Break on hold


Continued From Page 1B

Wednesday
First round: Port St. Joe at Lafayette, 7, (softball)

Thursday
District 3-1A title game, 4, at Melody


District 4-2A title game, 4:30, at Maclay
District 5-3A title game, 7, at Fort White

Friday
Second round: TBA (softball)
District 5-2A title game, 7:30, at Trenton
Class 1A State Track meet, TBA, at Winter Park


First day of spring practice, TBA

May 3
Softball
Third round playoffs
Baseball
First round playoffs

May 6
Baseball
Second round playoffs

May 9-13
Softball
State Finals

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Baseball
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ABOVE LEFT, ABOVE RIGHT, BELOW: Logan Boss and Stephanie Copeland both qualified for the Class 1A State meet this Friday after finishing in the top four of their events at the Re-
gion I-IA meet this past weekend. - Photos: Priscilla Jones


ton


to state


Continued From Page 1B

Hamilton and Lafayette
finished eleventh and thir-
teenth in the 4x100 relay,
while Lafayette and Bran-
ford finished eleventh and
thirteenth in the 4x800 re-
lay.
Maclay won the girls ti-
tle with 116 points, over
runner-up St. Johns Coun-
try Day (98.50), Port St.
Joe (69), Graceville (61)
and Baker (60). Branford
finished seventh with 39.5
points, while Lafayette
finished seventeenth with
three points.
BOYS
The 4x100 relay team of
Turner, Ingram, Bristol
and Hill finished second
with a time of 43.60 be-
hind winner Sneads
(43.21).
Turner finished second
in the long jump and triple
jump behind Maclay's Lee
Williams in both events
good enough to qualify for
state.
La Willis and Branford's
Kenny Johnson finished
eleventh and fourteenth in
the long jump, while Sim-
mons and Hill placed fifth


and sixth in the triple
jump.
Ingram (11.24) placed
fifth in the 100 dash, miss-
ing state by .1 second be-
hind Sneads's Xavier Eut-
say (11.23). Ingram was
seventh in the 200 dash,
while Hill was twelfth and
Ingram was fifth in the
high jump, while Bristol
was ninth.
Cole Lamb held off
Hamilton's Ryan Hart to
finish eighth in the 400
dash, while Hart and Wade
Norris finished seventh
and eighth in the 800 run.
Hamilton County's Des-
tin Walker was fifteenth in
the shot put, while team-
mates Dustin Bryant and
Deonte Simmons finished
ninth and eleventh in the
discus.
Branford's Dakota Blunt
finished tenth in the 1600
run, while Lafayette's Oc-
tavio Escamilia held off
Branford's Cameron
Daughtry to finish twelfth
in the 3200 run.
Simmons finished sixth
in the 100 hurdles, missing
the state meet by one sec-
ond.
Branford and Lafayette


Hairing



success

By Corey Davis

I probably have lost my mind by dori-i i i,.
but I'm issuing a challenge to local higIh coli I
sports teams.
If any local baseball or softball high cil , .1
team qualifies for the Final Four, the t.--. v ill
be allowed to shave my head.
Okay Suwannee, Branford, Melody,
Hamilton and Lafayette the chal-
lenge has been issued out, who is
grabbing the clippers and trimming
up my head.
I'm guessing nobody....


finished fifth and tenth in
the 4x800 relay as the
Bucs missed qualifying for
state by two seconds.
Aubrey Sapp (12-0) fin-
ished fifth in the pole
vault, one-foot behind
fourth place finisher Matt
Kim of Maclay. Teammates
Lazaro Hernandez and
Nicholas Dickorson fin-
ished seventh and ninth in
the pole vault.
Maclay made it a sweep
winning the boys title with
136 points, well ahead of
runner-up Sneads (55),
Baker (52), Pensacola
Christian (52) and Hamil-
ton County (49). Branford
finished eleventh out of 22
teams, with 26 points.

Region I-2A
After sending just two
guys to state last season,
Suwannee looked to better
that with 20 athletes com-


V


peting at the Region I-2A
meet Friday at Bolles. Un-
fortunately, no one quali-
fied for state as Suwannee
was shut out at the region-
al meet.
The Bulldogs best
chance to send someone to
state was Rashad Garden-
hire (2:01.58), who fin-
ished seventh in the 800
run (two seconds from
qualifying for state) and
Tanisha Wheeler, who fin-
ished seventh in the pole
vault.
Jon-Keyth Godwin
placed eleventh in the 100
hurdles and thirteenth in
the 300 hurdles, while
teammates Cody Carlton
and Austin Collins tied for
twelfth in the pole vault.


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Josh Randolph tied for
thirteenth in the long
jump, Andre Zanders and
Randolph finished eighth
and fifteenth in the triple
jump and Keith Cordle
was eleventh in the discus
and sixteenth in the shot
put.
Godby claimed the boys
title with 128 points, ahead
of Episcopal (88), West
Florida Tech (60), Bolles
(51) and Raines (40).
Suwannee finished tied
with Rutherford for twen-
ty-second place with six
points beating out Brad-
ford, Union County, Mari-
anna and West Nassau.
For the girls, Wheeler
fifteenth in the 100 and
200 yard dash and Linsay


Michal finished twelfth in
the 800, eleventh in the
pole vault and twelfth in
the 1600 run.
Juliana Roush was fif-
teenth in the 3200 run,
Amanda McCall was four-
teenth in the 100 hurdles,
Kiara Davis fifteenth in
the discus and both the
4x400 and 4x800 relays
were both fourteenth.
Bolles claimed the team
title with 103 points, ahead
of runner-up Raines (81
points), Godby (59), Epis-
copal (55.5) and West
Florida Tech (45.5).
Suwannee finished
twenty-third out of 24
teams finishing with 1.5
points ahead of Madison
County.


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GREAT LOCATION for possible convenience site. Located on the
corner of Hwy 129 and Fir St. $17,000. Call Sherrel McCall, 386-688-
7563. MLS#77593
ONE OF A KIND...beautiful 20 ac. horse property, 4/2 MNF home, split
floor plan, very neat & clean, front & back porches, 5 paddocks, water to
all, gorgeous rolling improved pasture w/scattered oaks, miles of fence,
24'x 60' 4 stall horse barn, round pen, extra home site, storm shelter/root
cellar. $189,000. Call Glenda McCall, 386-208-5244
JUST LISTED - Spacious 2,400+ sq. ft. 3/2 well maintained home in
Foxboro on 1 acre. New roof. Completely chain link fenced in back yard
for your pets. Close to town. Great price $199,000. Call Sylvia Newell,
386-590-2498. MLS#77991
YOU DO NOT want to miss this one. A 3BR/1B that is in excellent
condition. The grounds are nice and ready. This property will make a great
starter home. $69,500. Call Sherrel McCall, 386-688-7563. MLS#77613
LOCATED in town and close to all the conveniences of city living. Very
spacious, includes hardwood flooring, FP, 3/2. Detached Rec room /
Workshop, 2 large decks and a pool. Take a look for yourself Priced to
sell at $85,000. Call Anita Handy, 386-208-5877 MLS#75533
JUST LISTED - 1,800+ sqft, 4/2 Bank Owned home in the Maynor
Subdivision. Conveniently located in town with 2 car garage. Asking
$144,000. Call for an appointment today! MLS#77956
REDUCED - 4/2 just outside the city limits but close enough to enjoy all
the conveniences of city living. Home includes spacious master bedroom
w/FP, lovely tile work and crown molding in master bath, wood flooring.
3 storage buildings all with electric (2 w/ A/C). $119,000. Call Anita
Handy 386-208-5877. MLS#76946
ROOM TO ROAM...3/2, large family room, fireplace, 1 car garage, near
the village in Dowling Park, 2 ac., very well maintained, $159,900. Call
Glenda McCall, 386-208-5244 MLS#77570
GREAT HOME UNDER $50,000 .....I'm not real big but I show well.
2bd/lbath located just off the paved road with nicely treed chained link
fenced yard. No restrictions, only $46,000 Call Kellie Shirah, 386-208-
3847 MLS# 77953
JUST LISTED - This 3/3 brick home located in Foxboro has all the
amenities. FP, crown molding, titled baths, dream kitchen, oversized
garage, and a screened back porch. Detached 24x36 fully insulated garage
/workshop and 2.5 acre landscaped lot with sprinkler system. Perfection
at its finest. $295,500 Call Irvin Dees, 386-208-4276 MLS# 77967

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The Suwannee River Jam kicks off April 27 and runs
through Saturday with some of the biggest names in
country music.
Thousands of fans are going to celebrate big time for
this birthday even at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park in Live Oak.
The SOSMP celebrates the 20th birthday of the Jam
with one of the best lineups of country artists ever - Ron-
nie Dunn (formerly of Brooks and Dunn), Gary Allan,
Luke Bryan, Kellie Pickler, Phil Vassar, Jerrod Niemann,
Darryl Worley, Lee Brice, Joe Diffie, LoCash Cowboys,
Blackberry Smoke and a host of up and coming artists
along with the winner of the 2011 SRJ Talent Contest.
For more information about the Jam, email us at spir-
it@musicliveshere.com, call us at 386-364-1683 or go to
www.musicliveshere.com. You may also contact the
SOSMP to inquire about any of the many exciting events
coming up this year at the SOSMP.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is located at
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59TH ANNUAL



FLORIDA FOLK FESTIVAL

SCHEDULED FOR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

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John Anderson SCHEDULED FOR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Continued From Page 1 tival are $20 per day or $40 for the entire
weekend for adults and $25 per day or $50
Swingin' was not only the Country Music for the entire weekend at the gate. Children
Association's 1983 Song of the year; more under six years of age are admitted free of
recently it was cited by the A.M.O.A. as one charge. Ticket prices for children between
of its all-time top-forty jukebox hits--right the ages of six and 16 for the entire week-
up there with Hey Jude and other perennial end are $4 in advance or $5 at the gate.
favorites by The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Credit card purchases can be made by call-
Frank Sinatra, Patsy Cline, George Jones, ing (877) 635-3655, Monday through Fri-
and The Rolling Stones. day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. To order by mail, send
A native of Quincy, Florida, Billy Dean a check or money order to: Florida Folk
moved to Nashville in 1983, where he Festival, Post Office Drawer G, White
recorded his first top five country music hit Springs, Florida 32096. Checks should be
Only Here For A Little While. Dean's made payable to "Florida Folk Festival."
unique repertoire has earned numerous Discounted advance tickets are on sale until
awards and appearances on numerous televi- May 20, 2011.
sion shows as well as made-for TV movies. Since 1953, folk artists have come togeth-
In 2001, Dean began his own publishing er for this event. One of the oldest state folk
company, Billy Dean Music Group. Dean is festivals in America will continue a grand
also a spokesperson for Averitt Cares For tradition of celebrating Florida's land, peo-
Kids and Sunkist's Take A Stand Program. ple and diverse cultural heritage. With more
Dean's illustrious career was recently recog- than 300 performances each day by Flori-
nized with a proclamation from the State of da's greatest folk and roots artists, including
Tennessee House of Representatives. national recording artists, songwriters and
Additional featured performers include musicians of swing, folk, blues, gospel,
Aaron O'Rourke, Ariana Hall, Ben Prestage, country, Latin, jazz, bluegrass, Caribbean
Bullard Brothers & Friends, Chuck Hard- and zydeco music, it is truly an event not to
wicke and The Hartline, Ellen & Gary Buk- be missed.
stel, Frank Thomas, Jeanie Fitchen, Men of For more information, please visit
the House, Roadside Review, SAIL High www.FloridaFolkFestival.comP
School Acoustic Ensemble, Sam Pacetti, or www.floridastateparks.org/stephenfoster.
Tom Shed and The Morse Family.
Folk artists and tradition-bearers present-
ed each year in the Folklife Area reflect re- The Festival will take place: -
search and field documentation conducted Friday, May 27 - Sunday, May 29, 2011 '
by the Florida Department of State's Folk- Gates open daily at 8:00 a.m.
life Program. The 2011 Folklife Area cele- Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center
rates the diverse cultures of west Florida's State Park.
Panhandle Coastline Counties. 11016 Lillian Saunders Drive
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Many embrace the spring thanks
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not look so favorably on the new
season.
According to the Asthma and
Allergy Foundation, about 50
million Americans experience
spring allergies. Some may have
allergies each and every year.
Others may find their allergies are
newly discovered. The most
common allergy triggers in spring
include trees, grasses and weeds.
Allergies can evoke a number of
symptoms:
* itchy eyes
* sneezing
* congestion
* headaches
* coughing
* runny nose
* sore throat
* shortness of breath
* hives
Several of the symptoms of
allergies mimic those of the
common cold, and allergies are
often mistaken for late winter
colds. But as time spent outdoors
with flowering plants triggers
symptoms or inhalation of dust
from spring cleaning induces an
attack, the allergy culprit may
become more apparent.
Pollen is one of the main
contributors to allergies in the
spring. For many people, pollen is
seen as an outside invader to the
body and its immune system.
When pollen is inhaled or comes in
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mean is sinus pressure, runny nose,
watery eyes, and eventually cough
or congestion from fluids running
down the breathing passages and
into the lungs.
As the body prepares to fend off
pollen invaders, other symptoms
may occur. Fatigue, aches and
pains and other flu-like symptoms
may be present. While battling
pollen, the immune system is in
full swing and may not be able to
fully devote attention to other
invaders, like bacteria and viruses.
A person with allergies might be
more susceptible to sickness.
There really are no cures for
common allergies, only methods to
manage the symptoms. Individuals
with strong allergies to pollen
should avoid spending a lot of time
outside when pollen counts are
especially high or the wind is
blowing pollen around. Pollen
predictions can be obtained
through the local weather report or
doing a little investigating online.
Here are some other steps to limit
troublesome springtime allergies.
* Take a shower to wash off
pollen from hair and skin after
coming indoors.
* Launder clothes regularly.
* Keep windows and doors
closed on high pollen days.
* Use a HEPA air filter inside of
the home.
* Do not air-dry clothes, linens
or other items outdoors on a
clothesline.
* Consider using a saline
irrigation spray to improve
breathing and cleanse the nasal
passages of pollen.
* Talk with a doctor about the
best OTC products available for
allergy symptoms. If those are
ineffective, prescription
medications may work.
* Some people find relief from
alternative health treatments, such
as acupuncture or ear candling.
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Homecoming at Mt.
Pisgah Baptist Church
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, located at
19233 77th Rd, McAlpin would like to
invite everyone to our annual
Homecoming on Sunday, May 1, 2011.
Church services will begin at 11 a.m. with
Ian Clements as guest speaker. There will
be lots of congregational singing and
specials. A covered dish meal will follow
in the fellowship hall. Ya'll come and join
us for a great day of fellowship, fun and
food.

The Columbia
Federated
Republican Women
The Columbia Federated Republican
Women meet the 2nd Monday of each
month, 7pm, brown bag dinner & social
time at 6:30 pm. Currently we meet in
Lake
City at the old Guardian ad Litem yellow
house on Duval Street just east of
the First Baptist Church and across from
Advanced Auto. We are committed to
advancing the participation of women in
all areas of the political system


and are dedicated to encouraging and
empowering women of all ages and
backgrounds. Visit the Florida
Association's web page at
http://www.ffrw.net/home.html. Covering
North Central Florida - all women
are encouraged to attend and be involved
in the political process! For more
info contact President Gayle Cannon:
386-303-2616, gcannon@atlantic.net.

New Harmony United
Methodist Church
Homecoming
New Harmony United Methodist Church
located just off Highway 51 on 160th
Street in Luraville, just off Highway 51
South one mile past Taylor's Store, invites
you to join them for their Homecoming
service on Sunday, May 1, 2011. The
Homecoming service will begin at 9:30
a.m. with great music and a brief History
of the Church with pictures. If anyone has
any old pictures of anyone that once
attended New Harmony please contact
Nancy Barnes at 386-776-2479 to be
included in the power point of the History
of the Church. New Harmony is
celebrating over 100 years of service, so


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please come help us celebrate. Former
pastor Rev. Craig Moore will be the
speaker. Many of you will remember him
from New Harmony or First United
Methodist Church of Live Oak. A covered
dish meal will follow after the morning
service at approximately 11:30 a.m. so
come join us. If you need transportation
please call 776-1806 and leave a message.
Someone will call to arrange the time to
pick you up.

First Baptist Church
of Dowling Park Free
Meals for Seniors
We are a meal site for the Suwannee River
Economic Council. Free meals are served
for seniors over the age of 60 in the
church fellowship hall Monday through
Friday from 12 noon to 1 p.m. For more
information or to sign up, please contact
us at 386-658-2360.

Volunteer Opportunity
& Meeting Notice
Florida's Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Program needs volunteers to join its corps
of dedicated advocates who protect the
rights of elders residing in nursing homes,
assisted living facilities and adult family
care homes. The program's local councils
are seeking additional volunteers to
identify, investigate and resolve residents'
concerns. Special training and
certification is provided.
All interested individuals who care about
protecting the health, safety, welfare and
rights of long-term care facility residents -
- who often have no one else to advocate
for them -- are encouraged to call toll-free
(888) 831-0404 or visit the program's Web
site at HYPERLINK
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Christian Mission In
Action Ministry will
serve dinners
Christian Mission In Action Ministry will
serve dinners from 11 a.m. until 1p.m.
second Saturday of every month at Hale
Park Recreation Center at 105 East Duval
St., Live Oak, FL. For information call
Audrey Howell @ 386-364-4560.


Relay for Life Week
5/9-5/14
Mayor Sonny Nobles has declared Mon,
May 9th - Saturday, May 14th Relay for
Life Week in the City of Live Oak. Play
the game, get involved in "Game Over
Cancer"! Be a good sport and participate
in our local American Cancer Society's
Relay for Life activities.

Haven Hospice
Hosts Love and
Remembrance
Memorial
(LAKE CITY, Fla.) - The Haven Hospice
Love and Remembrance Memorial will
take place on Tuesday, May 10, at Haven
Hospice Suwannee Valley Care Center,
6037 W. US Hwy 90 in Lake City. The
memorial will begin at 6 p.m. and is open
to anyone in the community who has lost
a loved one.
Attendees are encouraged to bring pictures
and mementos of loved ones that can be
placed on our Table of Memories.
Refreshments will be served and
registration is not required to attend.
Please contact Haven Hospice at
386.752.9191 for more information.

Free Gospel Sing
at River Run
Campground
Friday, April 29, 6 p.m. Located between
Branford and Ft. White, US 27. If you
play or sing gospel music, and would like
to enjoy an evening out, you are welcome
to join us. For more information you can
call 386-935-6553.

Faith Community
Church Yard
Sale & Bake Sale
Date: May 7, 2011,
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Place: Live Oak Garden Club
Directions: About 1/2 mile from round-
about on CR 136 on right, just past Shands
Live Oak Hospital and in front of the
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Fact Sheet on the claims and litigation

process for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill


Attorney General Pam Bondi has made
responding to the oil spill a priority of her
administration. This response includes fa-
,'l ii.ii ii the individual and business
claims process, assisting in the develop-
ment of the state's claims, working with lo-
cal governments, as needed, and pursuing,
in conjunction with the Department of En-
vironmental Protection, environmental
claims on behalf of the State of Florida. As
Florida's chief legal officer, the Attorney
General is responsible for, among other
things, bringing lawsuits on behalf of the
state and offering legal advice to other
governmental agencies.

I. The Oil Pollution Act

With regard to the oil spill, the most im-
portant statute is the federal Oil Pollution
Act (OPA). OPA allows those harmed by
the oil spill - state government, local gov-
ernments, businesses, and individuals - to
recover economic losses caused by the oil
spill. To promote compensation without re-
sorting to litigation, OPA requires potential
claimants to first present their damages
claim to the responsible party before filing
a lawsuit.

II. The Attorney General Office's Role
with Respect to Various Claims under OPA

a. The State Claim under OPA

In anticipation of presenting an OPA
claim to BP on behalf of the State of Flori-
da, the Attorney General's Office has coor-
dinated a multi-agency effort to identify
and quantify the state's damages as a result
of the oil spill. Such damages could in-
clude lost tax revenues and clean-up costs.
Other agencies involved in this effort in-
clude, among others, the Office of the
Governor, the Legislature, and the Depart-
ment of Revenue. Once the necessary data
and supporting information have been as-
sembled, the state's claim will be present-
ed to BP for payment.

b. Individual and Business Claims

In conjunction with the Obama adminis-
tration, BP appointed Mr. Ken Feinberg as
the administrator of the Gulf Coast Claims
Facility (GCCF) to resolve individual and
business claims under OPA. The GCCF
and Mr. Feinberg are responsible for the
processing of individual and business


claims for economic loss from the oil spill.
The Attorney General has kept the pres-
sure on Mr. Feinberg to make the claims
process faster, more efficient, and more
transparent for claimants. Additionally, our
office has contacted the GCCF on numer-
ous occasions to request expedited review
of claims for individuals and businesses
facing severe hardship.

The Attorney General's role in this
process has been to aggressively commu-
nicate with Mr. Feinberg to bring more
transparency and fairness to the claims
process for individuals and businesses. To
date, improvements have occurred, but the
Attorney General continues to actively
monitor the process and engage in discus-
sions to further those goals.

c. Local Government Claims

The Attorney General's Office has also
worked for many months with the Florida
Association of Counties, the Florida
League of Cities, individual counties, and
certain interested legislators and local offi-
cials, providing them with information re-
garding the OPA and how the claims
process was contemplated to work.

III. Multi-District Litigation

Separate from the OPA claims process,
there is also pending "multi-district" litiga-
tion in federal court in New Orleans, La.
That litigation involves hundreds of law-
suits that have been filed by a wide array
of parties against BP, Transocean (the
owner of the oil rig) and others. In one as-
pect of the litigation, Transocean has
sought to limit its liability to the scrap val-
ue of the oil rig - approximately $27 mil-
lion.
The judge overseeing the litigation has
imposed a deadline of April 20, 2011, for
any interested party to assert certain claims
against Transocean.

The deadline does not apply to any liti-
gation that could be brought against BP or
other defendants. The Attorney General's
Office is evaluating whether it is in the
state's interest to file a lawsuit against
Transocean at this time.

For more information, please visit
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DIRECTOR DESIGNATE
The Library Director Designate
shall take charge of the
Suwannee River Regional
Library System, on November
1, 2011. The Director in
Waiting will be selected prior to
that time in order to work with
the, to be retired current library
director, until November 1,
2011. Interested applicants
may obtain a detailed job
description, salary range, and
an application at the
Suwannee County
Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine Avenue,
Live Oak, Florida 32064 (386)
362-6869, or at
http://www.neflin.org/srrl.
Applications must be hand-
delivered, mailed, or
expressed. Online applications
are not acceptable. Applicants
are encouraged to submit
resumes, letters of reference,
or other biographical
information with their
application. Successful
completion of a drug test is a
condition of employment.
Background check is required.
Within six months from date of
hire must reside in Hamilton,
Madison, or Suwannee County.
Deadline for submitting
applications is May 27,
2011 at 4:30 p.m. The
Suwannee County Board of
County Commissioners is an
equal employment opportunity
employer that does not
discriminate against any
qualified employee or applicant
because of race, color, national
origin, sex including
pregnancy, age, disability, or
marital status. Spanish
speaking individuals are
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HUD vouchers accepted.
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705 NW Drive, Live Oak
"This institution is an equal
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Wanted to Buy
CASH FOR YOUR COINS!
Private collector seeking U.S.
coins and currency. Older
varieties, all denominations. I
travel to you ! I pay more than
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Call 352-949-1450.

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USED LAWN MOWERS
WANTED, Running or Not. We
Sell New & Used Parts. 386-623-
4290
WANTED
WHOLE JUNK CARS
$250 EA. - NO TITLE NEEDED
386-878-9260 or 386-752-3648
(FL Residents Only)

Apartments for Rent




PUBLISHER'S
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newspaper is subject to the Fair
Housing Act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, limi-
tation or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex, disabili-
ty, familial status or national ori-
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such preference, limitation and
discrimination." Familial status in-
cludes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women anc
people securing custody of chil-
dren under 18.
This newspaper will not know-
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real estate which is in violation of
the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ble on an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll-free 1-800-669-9777
The toll-free number for the hear-
ing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

Houses for Rent
FOR RENT 3Bd/1.5Ba NICE
HOME In Live Oak. $750 per mo.
386-362-6556



LAKE WOOD
APARTMENTS IN
LIVE OAK
Quiet country living

2 bedroom duplex.
Call 362-3110.
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Houses for Rent
HOUSE 3Bd/2.5Ba Close to
Town in Live Oak. Nice Lot, No
Pets, References Req., $775mo
plus Deposit. 386-590-2126

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VERY CLEAN 1Bd/1BA $550mo,
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Mobile Homes for Rent

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FOR RENT 2BR/1 BA Trailer $350
per month. LAFAYETTE CO, FL
No Pets. (386) 294-1634

SWMH 2Bd/1.5Ba W/D Hook up,
Sm Inside Dog or Cat Only. $450
mo, 1st, Last, $200 Security. Call
Randy 386-688-3736
VERY CLEAN 3Bd/2Ba 1 Mile
from Live Oak, $650mo 1st, last,
$300 Dep. 386-362-3002 or 318-
840-4802

Homes for Sale
2004 3Bd/2Ba Home on 18
acres, W/Shed plus car port,
private, 1 mi from 1-75 & exit 460
(Investment Property) DSL & 3g,
<1 k tax. $169k 772-713-6080

FOR SALE BY OWNER
3Bd/1Ba $56,000. Owner
Financing Available. Nice lot in
City of Jasper. 386-303-1258
HOME FOR SALE: COUNTRY
LIVING 5Bd/2.5Ba, 3200 Sq. Ft.
on 10 Plus Acres near Wellborn.
2,000 sq ft Living Area.. 1200 sq
ft Storage. REDUCED TO
$110,000 Cash 386-362-5259 or
386-984-9532 Before 9:30 p.m.

SECLUDED HORSE FARM off
Hwy. 129. Built in 1976. 20+
acres. 1800 sq.ft., 2 bedrooms,
2 baths, fireplace. Asking
$155,000. Call Phoebe
Menzer, 941-628-5165.

Mobile Homes for Sale
ATTRACTIVE, CLEAN 3bdrm
/2bath, double wide, 2000 sq. ft
on 1 acre, sunroom, fireplace,
garden tub, 1 mile from Advent
Christian Village, $90,000. call
765-576-0559

DWMH 2007 3Bd/2Ba Merit on
1 Acre, Paved Rd. Very Well
Maint, 2 Decks, 2 Storage Bldgs
w/Elec. 240 SW Doe Rd, Mayo
$66,000 Many UP-GRADES 386-
294-3203

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NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES
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Deal. Turn Key Quick Sale on All
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Starting at 5% Rate call Mike to
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they are all gone 386-623-4218

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OWNER FINANCE 6% W/5%
DOWN on a New Modular. Home
is in Deer Creek Subdivision,
very nice & will kept Community.
Call Lynn 386-365-4774

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PALM HARBOR TRIPLEWIDE
on 1 acre in Jasper w/Carport,
Large Decks some furniture very
nice! FHA financing w/$3500
down & $552 mo! 386-365-8549


Village Oaks I Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bedroom units.
Hurry in for an application.
Rental assistance available to
qualified applicants.
Call 386-364-7936,
TDD/TTY 711.
705 NW Drive, Live Oak
"This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and
employer."


Acreage/Land/Lots for
Sale
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paved road frontage, power, DSL,
telephone. Gated boat ramp. 3
acre tracts $6950/acre, larger
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Dear Classified Guys,
I've been a cash-in-hand man since I
bought my first car in 1968 for $300.
When I buy something, I buy it out-
right. No loans. If I can't afford it, I
save until I have the money. I'm try-
ing to buy a 2008 Jetta from a guy
who is not like me. He owes $10,500
on his car loan, so the bank still has
the title. He suggested I just pay him
so he can square away with the bank
and mail me the title. Seems awfully
strange to me. How does one go
about buying a car that the owner
still has on loan?

Cash: That's an excellent
question and one that many ._I-- )
people have to deal with in -.
today's "Buy now, pay later"
market. Someone like yourself,
who pays cash, is a rare breed.
Today, people commonly spend money
before they have it.
Carry: It seems everything is paid in
easy monthly payments: cars, houses,
appliances, alimony...
Cash: No need to worry, though.
Buying a car that a seller has on loan is
quite simple. It just takes a little
coordination.
Carry: Your concerns about handing
over $10,500 are correct. There's risk in


Duane "CashI
& Todd"



giving your money to a seller without
receiving the title and a bill of sale for the
vehicle. A better bet is to complete the
transaction at the bank.
Cash: Here's how your deal may take
place. Once you've negotiated a price
with the seller, ask him to make an
appointment with his loan officer.
Before your meeting, have two bank
checks prepared. One should be made
out to the bank for the amount left on the
loan, in your case, $10,500. Have the
other check made out to the seller for any
difference you owe in the negotiated
price.
Carry: For instance, if you agreed on
$12,000 as the selling price, you will


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need to pay the seller an additional
$1500.
Cash: At the appointment, the bank
will sign the title over to you upon
receiving your check. Have them also
fill out a bill of sale so you can register
the car in your name.
Carry: Purchasing a vehicle on loan
can work to your benefit. Sellers are
often so happy to be out from underneath
loan payments that they sell the car for
the remaining loan amount You may be
able to purchase that Jetta for $10,500.
Cash: That's a far cry from your $300
purchase in 1968, but a good deal
nonetheless. Nowadays, you're lucky if
$300 buys you a good set of tires.


Driving Costs
With the average new car price just
over $28,000, most consumers choose
to finance their purchase. According to
the Federal Reserve, the average con-
sumer auto loan has a term of just over
5 years. This hasn't changed much in
the past decade. However, the down
payment amount has almost doubled.
Today, consumers average about 14%
down, up from only 8% back in 2006.

Show me the Money
When you need a loan, banks are the
first source that comes to mind.
However, you could be overlooking
valuable resources. Credit Unions,
much like banks, offer the same servic-
es and are FDIC Insured. But because
they are non-profit organizations, credit
unions may offer better interest rates,
sometimes as much as 1% lower. That
can be several thousand dollars over the
life of your loan. Check with your
employer to see if a credit union is
available to you. If not, visit
www.creditunion.coop to see if you
qualify for one in your area.

Do you have a question or funny story about the
classifleds? Want to just give us your opinion?
We want to hear all about It! Email us at:
comments@classifiedguys.com.


Sign Here
As a loan officer at the bank for
many years, I've experienced some
unusual requests from customers.
Some have great credit and make the
process simple. Others struggle to
meet the requirements.
One young girl entered our bank
looking for a small loan. She just
moved out of her parent's house and
wanted to purchase a car. After
reviewing her credit report, I realized
she didn't qualify.
I informed her that she needed
someone to cosign the loan. That's
when she promptly replied, "Not a
problem. My dad can cosign it."
"Great," I replied. "Is he here?"
She thought for a moment and then
smiled, "Do you think I can just sign
for him?"
(Thanks to Tommie G)


Good thing they finance
those high-priced cars...
SALE:
1994 Cavalier,
a great price at $25.
FinChe avaiaber
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Contact: Ronnie Richardson, Pastor 386-330-4225
Items of all kind; homemade baked goods. Donuts and
coffee will be served free of charge. All proceeds from
sales go to support our building fund.

6th Annual Suwannee River
Run 5K or 1 Mile Fun Run
Race begins at Copeland Community Center at Advent
Christian Village 10420 Marvin Jones Blvd. Dowling
Park, FL Registration is at 8 am. Race begins at 9 am.
Registration is $20. All proceeds go to the ACV
Benevolent Fund For more information, call 386-658-
5555.

Baptist Men's Meeting at
Wellborn Baptist Church
The 2nd Thursday night of every month beginning at 6:30
pm the men of Wellborn Baptist Church and their friends
join together to eat and worship together with a special
speaker and music. You are invited to come and bring a
dessert. The church is located on Highway 90 West
between Live Oak and Lake City at the intersection with
Lowe Lake Road in Wellborn, Fl. Call 386-963-2231
with any questions or visit our website at
www.wellbombaptist.com.


Boy Scout Troop 693
Boy Scout Troop 693 meets at the Live Oak Shrine Club,
11595 100th Street, Mondays, 6:30 - 8:00 p. m. This
building is just east of US 129 south, on the same road as
the Suwannee Valley Elec. Co-op. Membership is open
to all boys 11-17 years old. Come join us for having fun
with monthly camping, as well as week-long winter and
summer camps! Parents are encouraged to participate as
adult leaders, committee members and merit badge
counselors.

Fillyaw Family Reunion
May 1, 2011, Sunday 1 p.m. at Luraville Community
Center, 180th St. West of Hwy 51. All friends and family
are invited to come and visit. Bring a covered dish, dinner
starts at 1 p.m. For more info. Call 836-734-3525 or 386-
647-7996.

Wellborn Community
Association (WCA)
Meets second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m., at the
Wellborn Community Center, 1340 - 8th Avenue,
Wellborn. For info contact Wendell Snowden, 386-963-
1157, follow us on Facebook, or see
www.wellbomcommunityassociation.com. A Blueberry
Pancake Breakfast is held the first Saturday of each
month serving blueberry pancakes, sausage, orange juice


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and coffee. The Annual Blueberry Festival is held on the
first Friday & Saturday of June.

Auxiliary of the American
Legion Post 107
hosting Wall of Honor
The Auxiliary of the American Legion Post 107 is hosting
a Wall of Honor. If you have a friend or relative that is
currently in active duty of any of the military branches,
we would like to honor him/her by posting a picture and
name on our Wall of Honor. It will be located in the
American Legion main hall on post 107, the same
building bingo is currently held. Please send name, rank
and branch of service, along with current photograph, to
Teri Hamilton, Americanism Committee Chairman,
Legion Auxiliary, 12364 146th Terrace, Live Oak, Florida
32060. 386-362-7978.

Gethsemane Church of God in
Christ Mothers Prayer
Breakfast
Theme: "By the Grace of God" Tickets only $8. Speaker:
Mrs. Lila Udell, Menu: smothered liver, stewed chicken,
salmon croquets, dirty rice, grits, eggs, and toast. For info
contact: Sister Maudestine Morgan 386-362-3512 or
Sister Yvonne Scott 386-208-0734.

Addiction Support Group
Greater Visions faith-based addictions support group
meets weekly in two locations. Meetings are held on
Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in Lake City at the Christ
Central Church building on Sister's Welcome Road. The
group also meets Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m. in Live
Oak at the Suwannee Coalition office located at 208
North Ohio Ave. This group provides spiritual and
emotional support in a non-judgmental setting. Come
experience the freedom from addictions that is found in
Christ. Greater Visions is an outreach of Christ Central
but open to anyone. For more information contact 386-
208-1345.

Senior Citizens
The next meeting will be the first Monday in May (May
2) at 10:30 a.m. If any questions, call 330-6319.

Senior Luncheon at
Wellborn Baptist Church
The 2nd Tuesday of every month beginning at 11, there is
a senior luncheon with a special speaker and music.
Everyone is invited to come and bring a covered dish.
The church is located on Highway 90 West between Live
Oak and Lake City at the intersection with Lowe Lake


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1 Carat.............Up To..........$4,000
2 Carat . .........C Up To........$15,000
3 Carat ............. Up To ........ $30,000


Bring in your
items even chipped
or broken for a
FREE
EVALUATION!


WE ARE ALSO BUYING
DIAMONDS WITHOUT GIA
CERTIFICATES AS WELL AS
OLD MINERS AND OLD
EUROPEAN CUTS


LOOKING FOR OLD: INDIAN ITEMS
OIL PAINTINGS FOUNTAIN PENS!

PAPERMONEY


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STATES
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NOW BUYING! ALL KINDS, ALL TYPES, ALL TIME PERIODS!
We will pay up to the following:
Silver Jewelry..... $500 SilkJe yRi ...$15,000 Victorian ...... $10,000
Brooches ,,,.....$16,000 Art Nouveau , .$12,000 Art Deco ...... $12,500
Pendants ....... $7,500 Crossover Rings ,$10,000 Enameled ...... $2,500
Necklaces ..... $25,000 Lavalieres ...... $7,500 Cuff Links ....... $750
Cocktail Rings, ,$15,000 Garnet Jewelry .... $500 Pins ........... $5,000
Charm Bracelets ,$5,000 Filigree Rings , ,$15,000 Gold-Filled Jewelry $200
Earrings ....... $10,000 Floral Design...$10,000 Pearl Items ..... $5,000
Bracelets ...... $12,500 Cameos ......... $500 Geometric Design $7,500
We don't have room to list everything, so bring it in
for a FREE EVALUATION!
WE PAY MORE FOR RARE AND UNUSUAL ITEMS.






ALL TYPES WANTED
Will Pay Up To The Following For Rare Coins:
US Silver Halves 1934 and Older ............ Up To ................. $2,400
US Silver Quarters 1932 and Older ........... Up To , ..................1,950
US Silver Dimes 1934 and Older ............ UpTo .................. $1,950
US Half Dimes 1873 and Older ............ Up To .................. $3,300
US Nickels 1938 and Older ............... Up To ..... ............. $450
US Three Cent Pieces 1889 and Older ....... .Up To ...................$450
US Two Cent Pieces 1873 and Older .... UpTo..... Up .................. $450
US Indian Head I Cent 1909 and Older ....... Up To ................... $450
US Large Cent 1857 and Older ............. Up To ...................$950
US Half Cent 1857 and Older .............. Up To ....... ....... . $950
Commemorative Coins .................... UpTo .................. $3850
HUGE PREMIUMS PAID FOR US COINS DATED 1793-1807


GOLD COINS




Pay up to for the following rare gold:
United States Used New
$1.00 1849 to1889. UpTo....Up ..... 1,000.......8,000
$2,50 1795 to 1929......Up To........$5,500.....5 14,000
$3.00 1854 to 1889,.,,,UpTo........$3,000.......$8,000
$5.00 1795 to 1929,,,,,Up To.......$10,000,....,$40,000
$10.00 1795 to 1932....UpTo........ $9,000 ...... 16,000
$20,00 1850 to 1933....UpTo.......$1,500.........$8,000
We Pay Premiums For Quantities,
Date Sets, or Type Sets!
GOLD&SILVER AT ALLTIME HIGSI


Will Pay Up To:
Class Rings ........$110l
Chains & Necklaces ,$5,000
Charm Bracelets . $4,000
Wedding Bands .....$100
Mountings .......... $500
Antique Items ...... $5,000
Gold Dental Items ....$200
Gold Coins .Bring for Quote
Bullion ....Bring for Quote
Scrap Gold .Bring for Quote
Platinum...Bring for Quote
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, EVEN BROKEN OR DAMAGED!


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$2 & $5 Bills (Pre-1966) ................ Up To ............$9.00
NEW $1,$10, $20, $50 & $100 Bills
In Brand New Condition (Pre-1966) ........Up To ............$295
$1,2,5,10, 20, 50, & 100 (Pre -1966)
In Brand New Original Packs ............. Up To ......... .$29,500
Confederate .......................... Up To ............. $475
Foreign .......................... . .Up To ............. $475
US Paper Money - Small Size Bills ........Up To ............. $450
US Large Size Bills ................. . . .Up To .......... . $2475
Obselete Paper Money and Stocks
And Bonds ................... . . . ..... . Up To ............. . $225
Fractional Currency .................... Up To .............$75
Currency with Bank Names .............. Up To ............. $500
$500 and $1,000 Bills ................ . Up To ...... . .... . .$3,000
$5,000 and $10,000 .................... Up To ......... .$19,500
National Note ...................... Up To ........... $5,000


Bring In Your Broken
Jewelry For Cash!
REASONS TO SELL
RIGHT NOW!
During the past few years, low
interest rates, war, and an uncer-
tain stock market combined to
push many collectible prices to
their highest levels ever. Now, in
these uncertain times, the stock
market, bank problems, and
government bailouts, are starting
to hurt those markets.
We have studied the investment
and collectibles markets for
decades, and in uncertain times,
and a threat of deflation - there
are dramatic price declines in
many areas of jewelry, coin, and
collectible markets - which is why
this may be the best time in
decades for you to sell, for some
of the highest prices ever.


NOW SELLING AT ALL-TIME RECORD HIGHS!


GOLD & PLATINUM_9
ALL FORMS NEEDED! will Pay Up To:
Class Rings ................ . . .$110 Gold Dental Items ............. . $200
Chains & Necklaces ........... $5,000 Gold Coins ............ Bring for Quote
Charm Bracelets .............. $4,000 Bullion ............... Bring for Quote
Wedding Bands ................ $100 Scrap Gold ............ Bring for Quote
Mountings ............. . . .... .$500 Platinum ............ . Bring for Quote
Antique Items ............... .$5,000
We Buy Anything Made of
GOLD OR PLATINUM
Even Broken or Damaged! a


STERLING SILVER SILVER COINS


PAYING UP TO:
Full Flatware Set.......$7,950
Single Flatware Items... $450
Punch Bowls & Sets. $4,995
Water Pitchers ........... $4,950
Tea Sets ............ $9,950
Candleabra ................ $2,500
Epergne ..................... $7,500
Table Candlesticks....... $150
Trophies ................. $1,150
All Kinds, Types & Time Periods
EVEN SCRAP!
No Silver Plated Items Please


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DIAMONDS
Buying Most Shapes, Styles, Sizes & Cuts.
Instant Cash For:
1/2 Carat..........Up To..........$1,200 3 Carat........... Up To........$30,000
1 Carat...........Up To..........$4,000 4 Carat........... Up To........$50,000
2 Carat...........Up To........$15,000 5 Carat...........Up To........$80,000
^ft&l WE ARE ALSO BUYING DIAMONDS WITHOUT
GIA CERTIFICATES AS WELL AS OLD MINERS
AND OLD EUROPEAN CUTS
Bring in your items - even chipped or broken for a
FREE EVALUATION!


FOUNTAIN PENS


We Will Pay Up To
$5,000
e.. In Cash!


Looking
For These Old
And Unusual Pens. .
WATERMAN, PARKER
CONKLIN. PLIKAN
AND MORE!


GOLD COINS
Pay up to for the following rare gold:
United States Used New
" $1.00 1849 to 1889.............UpTo...............$1,000..........$8,000 . . .
$2.50 1795 to 1929............ Up To......... $5,500.......$14,000
. $3.00 1854 to 1889 ............ UpTo ............. $3,000........ $8,000
1 $5.00 1795 to 1929...........Up To............$10,000........$40,000
$10.00 1795 to 1932..........Up To.............$9,000.......$16,000
$20.00 1850 to 1933..........Up To.............$1,500..........$8,000
We Pay Premiums For Quantities, Date Sets, or Type Sets!


WILL PAY UP TO


2000%
On Silver Coins 1964
And Older


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BUYING PCGS
OR NGC
AND OTHER CERTIFIED COINS
For CASH!
We
Need Your
SCertified
Coins For
Our Investors!


You should always shop around * Don't accept "high pressure" offers.
Satisfied with the offer explanation? Is the offer firm? For how long?
Only deal with professionals * Always sell to experts - not scrap buyers.
Our national experts know more about market values than most dealers
Knowledge and experience always pays more * Why settle for less?


Expanded staff of expert buyers * Decades of international and national
buying experience. . Expert knowledge in all types of Jewelry, Watches,
Coins, Old U.S. Currency, and Collectibles. * The trusted reputation of
Steel's Jewelry always ensures a secure and professional consultation.

Have conducted Buying Events all over the United States.
YOU MAY HAVE THOUSANDS
OF DOLLARS WORTH OF ITEMS Summit Pointe
THAT ARE COLLECTING DUST... -
Look through your home and check
your safe deposit box for any unwanted v .
items - and see what YOU may find that
we would like to buy in cash!
ONE CUSTOMER RECEIVED A <
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NO HIGH PRESSURE. IF WE MAKE YOU AN OFFER - IT'S YOUR DECISION TO SELL.

MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 3 & 4 10 OAM-6PM


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For Specific Estate Buying Questions, Call: 1.800.778.7493 All Prices Based On Rarity And Condition.
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Road in Wellborn, Fl. Call 386-963-2231 with any
questions or visit our website at
www.wellbornbaptist.com.

June Bug is coming
3rd Annual June Bug Festival, 127 Howard St. W. June
18, 2011. Vendors needed: Arts, Crafts, food, yard sale,
participants needed. Big car show, ice cream making
contest, parade: All types of fun and work vehicles,
lawnmowers, tractors, ATV's bikes, etc. needed. Lots of
fun for everyone. Free entertainment 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Fabulous Fireworks show at dark. Sponsored by Live
Oak Partnership, Inc. Call: Barney Everett 386-364-1006.

Flea Across Florida
Coming this September 2011, 2nd weekend, Friday, 9,
Saturday 10, and Sunday 11, 270 miles on Highway 90.
Starting at Historic Live Oak to Pensacola. Make plans to
be a part of this event. Information call: Barney Everett
386-364-1006. Sponsored by Live Oak Partnership, Inc.

The Douglass High
School Class of 1961
50th Class Reunion
The DHS Class of 1961 would like to extend an
invitation to all graduates and other members of the class
to our 50th reunion celebration. We also invite the
members of the DHS classes of 1960 and 1962 to be our
special guests. Former teachers and members of the
Douglass Alumni are also invited. The semi-formal


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reunion banquet will be held June 11, at Winfield
Recreation Complex in Columbia County at 7 p.m. The
cost of the event is $15 per guest. RSVP is required and
must be received by May 15. Please make checks payable
to: DHS Class of 1961. Mail to Annie M. Herring, 517
SW Houston Ave., Live Oak, Fl 32064. For more
information call: Mayola (386) 364-5438, Ruth (386)
362-4969, Annie m. (386) 364-1742 or Earlene (386)
364-9855.

BHS Class of '59 Reunion
The Branford High School class of '59 will meet for a
casual, covered dish lunch on Saturday, May 14, 2011 at
21809 93rd Drive. An invitation is extended to class
members and their friends and includes graduates, non-
graduates, former class members, and friends from other
classes that would like to join us. For details call Jane
Adams Broughton at 935-2114. RSVP deadline May 1st.

LINE DANCE
Lessons at Uncle Freddy's, Lake Park next to KOA
Office Across from Outlet Mall 1-75 at Twin Lakes Blvd.
(Hwy. 376) 5274 Jewell Futch Rd.
2nd Friday/mo. 7 - 8 pm., 4th Saturday/mo. 7 - 8 pm. For
more information contact: talbot483 @gmail.com or call:
229/455-2267.

Beginner line dance lessons
Tuesday 1:00 - 2:15 pm.
Lake Park United Methodist Church in the Fellowship
Hall, Hwy 41 S. at S. Essa Street. For info call
(229)455-2267.


Pickin' & Grinnin' every
Saturday 6p.m. Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park
If you play an ocoustic instrument or just like to sit and
listen to good Country, Gospel or Blue Grass music, come
on out to the Pickin' shed in the loop camping area. Pot
luck dinners the third Saturday of each month. Join us ---
its fun ---- its free! Sponsored by Suwannee River
Bluegrass Association.

GFWC Woman's Club of Live
Oak is available for rentals
GFWC Woman's Club of Live Oak is available for rentals
on Saturday until 11 p.m. Is there a baby shower,
wedding reception, holiday party or other event coming
up? Please call Richard or Shirley Tomac at 362-4508 to
reserve your date and time. Make a wonderful memory.

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
The "Trip to Recovery Group" meets Saturdays at 7 p.m.
at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1391 SW 11th St. in the
Fellowship Hall (on 136 across from the hospital.
Contact: Joan C. (386) 362-3615.

Weatherization funding
available
Funding is available for Home Repairs in Suwannee
County. Families must meet income eligibility
requirements for services. Examples of weatherizing
repairs that could be available are installation of doors,
windows, insulation, hot water heaters and window air
conditioners. For more information, please call the local
Suwannee River Economic, Inc. at (386) 362-6079.

ENTERTAINMENT TALENT
NEEDED
Music groups,singers, performers etc. for the 3RD
ANNUAL JUNE BUG FESTIVAL.
Entertainment on stage from 9am to 9pm. Other actives
include ; big car show, arts and craft vendors, food court.
Homemade ice cream contest
plus much more including Fantastic Fireworks Show at
9:20 pm. June 18, 2011. Sponsored by the Live Oak
Partnership and Revitalization Board.
Contact Barney Everett 386-364-1006

Free English Classes
- Clases de Ingles - Gratis
Clases empiesan el 31 de Enero, 2011, cada lunes y
jueves, 7 -9 p.m. Maestra Felicia Doty y el equipo, 386-
249-0096. Todas las classes van estar en la Iglesia
Episcopal, San Lukas, 1391 SW 11th St., (Se encuenntra
la Iglesia en frente del hospital en Live Oak).


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r f r f n n t t f b n r n n r bn 2011 Suwannee Valley Youth Livestock Show and Sale The Livestock Show and Sale held at the 96 th Annual Suwannee County Fair was a success again this year due in most part to the support for the buyers. The buyers gave up not only their money but also their time to support the various 4H and FFA Livestock projects. Due to their support the Suwannee County Merchants Group were able to purchase 5 Steers and 20 Swine, by the end of the sales the only buyers left were the Suwannee County Merchants. Thanks to their support every kid had a buyer for their livestock. Without their support the sale would not have been a success. I would personally like to say “Thank you” to each of the Merchants that helped make this year’s Livestock show and sale a success for all the kids involved in the various 4H and FFA clubs. I would also like to invite every one of reads this letter or if your livestock was purchased by one of the merchants listed below to visit or call them and say “Thank you” and remember them when purchasing goods also remember to shop at home. LUNDY’S SEPTIC KEITH SCOTT, EDWARD JONES LIVE OAK VICKIE MUSIC TRI COUNTY IRRIGATION SUWANNEE FARMS JORDAN AGENCY CELEBRATIONS LAFAYETTE STATE BANK SUWANNEE AUTO SALVAGE TOBY SULLIVAN FIRST FEDERAL COLLINS & COMPANY LOCAL FARM BUREAU AGENTS JOHNS LAWN DANIELS FUNERAL HOME KEN LEE/CPA WES HANEY CHEVROLET SUWANNEE INSURANCE RECYCLING CENTER/ DANNY & ALFRED LINTON POOLE REALTY TRI STATE EQUIPMENT, JOHN BEAVER CORBETTS MOBILE HOME/ ROBERT CORBETT NAPA, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PRECISION AUTO AND MUFFLER PARKS JOHNSON/TYSON JOHNSON COLUMBIA REDI MIX RED ROOF SERVICES SEAMANS AQUA CLEAN SCAFFS INC BILL O’CONNER/LEGGETT & ASSOC. GEORGE CORY BUD BROWN/CLASSY LADY FARM CHEEK AND SCOTT DRUGS WAYNE FRIER FARMERS SCOOP FLORIDA WHOLESALE HOMES GORDON FORD TRACTOR / LIVE OAK MADISON OLDE TYME BARBER JAMIE MUSGROVE LIVE OAK TRACTOR NORTH FLORIDA PRINTING STATE FARM/ROB CATHCART BROWN LANTERN SUWANNEE GLASS GTC DESIGN GROUP SUWANNEE VALLEY TITLE SERVICES SUWANNEE FARMS B.W. HELVENSTON & SONS INSURANCE L.O. JEWELRY HAL ARITH IRA HORNE THAD GLASS W.B. HOWLAND CO. CLAUDE CRAPPS BENNETTS GLASS SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT CERTIFIED PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SUWANNEE FOREST PRODUCTS / RANDY NOBLES ERNY SELLERS SUWANNEE GRAPHICS MCCRIMONS OFFICE SYSTEMS FLORIDA WHOLESALE HOMES STATE FARM/DEREK LOADHOLTZ DENNIS MUSIC/MUSIC CONSTRUCTION LIVE OAK PEST CONTROL PREVATT LAW FIRM J OHN MARTZ TOWN & COUNTRY TIRE LAND CREATIONS MERCANTILE BANK/JOHN BURLEY SUWANNEE VALLEY HEAT AND AIR INC. Thank you, Tim Alcorn, Suwannee County Fair President 665910amv r r f t r f f t f t r f f r t n t f b n f n f t t f t f r r f f n f t r b f t f b f t r t b r r r f n t n t t f t f t b n b t f r b f f $ * # 5 ' / ( 0 1 ( , n " # $ + 5 ' $ * # ( 1 0 , , 2 * " ( $ , " $ ( / / $ " $ , 1 * 5 ' $ 1 . t 0 1 2 # $ , 1 0 # ( 0 . * 5 $ # 1 ' $ ( / / $ 0 $ / " ' % ( , # ( , & 0 4 ' ( * $ . / $ 0 $ , 1 ( , & 1 ' $ ( / . / ) $ " 1 0 % / 1 ' $ $ , 1 ( / $ 0 " ' * " ( $ , " $ 1 $ " ' $ / n + , # ' ( * * ( . 0 0 5 0 1 ' 1 1 ' $ 0 1 2 # $ , 1 0 / $ * * 5 2 1 # ( # 1 ' $ + 0 $ * 3 $ 0 1 ' ( 0 5 $ / , # 0 ' $ ( 0 3 $ / 5 . / 2 # % 1 ' $ + ' / ( 0 1 . ' $ / 2 / 1 ( 0 4 0 1 ' $ 3 $ / * * 4 ( , , $ / 4 ( 1 ' ' ( 0 1 $ / + ( 1 $ / $ 0 $ / " ' 4 ' ( * $ n , , ! $ * * $ , & , # 2 / . ' 5 ' , " $ 5 / 2 , # $ # 2 1 1 ' $ 1 . 1 ' / $ $ $ / $ + ( ' 0 0 4 0 1 ' $ 0 1 2 # $ , 1 0 1 . " ' ( " $ n t b t b n r n r f f r n n r r f r n

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He has to combine the art and science of dentistry with administrative skills to prevent and control oral disease and promote oral health. The public health dentist has a broad knowledge base and skills in public health administration and research methodology. He will assess the oral health needs of a community and, working with other health professionals, the government or community-based organizations, help develop policies and methods to develop care that meets those needs. Ole Country Meat Market, Inc. 636 South Ohio Avenue, Live Oak, FL (386) 330-0404 Across from Pizza Hut Quality Full Service Meat Counter Smoked Bacon Sausage Hams Troyer Amish Products Jams & Jellies Butter Cheeses Watkins Products We now carry Wainwright Milk & Cheese and Thomas Honey We Now Accept FOOD STAMPS SPECIALS FROM 4/27-5/3 665942lcv OPEN Mon.-Thurs. 9-6; Fri. 9-7; Sat. 9-5; Closed Sun. facebook.com/olecountrymeatmarket Find us on Fryer Wings $ 1 29 Lb. Boneless Pork Loins $ 2 49 Lb. 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B > : b ? 5 A 1 ; 2 + 5 : ? 1 = % = 7 8 ; = 5 0 : 0 8 ; : 3 ? 5 9 1 = 1 > 5 0 1 : ? ; 2 + 1 8 8 . ; = : 8 ; = 5 0 t 1 B > ? 4 1 9 5 0 0 8 1 / 4 5 0 ; 2 ? 4 = 1 1 / 4 5 8 0 = 1 : ? ; ? 4 1 8 ? 1 ( 4 ; 9 > $ B 1 : : 0 = / 1 ; : 1 > = 2 ? t " = t = 2 ? B > 0 = 2 ? b 1 0 . D ? 4 1 ) ' = 9 D 5 : B > 3 = 0 @ ? 1 ; 2 + 1 8 8 . ; = : 5 3 4 ' / 4 ; ; 8 8 > > ; 2 : 0 A 1 ? 1 = b : ; 2 ? 4 1 ) : 5 ? 1 0 ' ? ? 1 > 5 = ; = / 1 0 @ = 5 : 3 ? 4 1 ; = 1 : ; : 2 8 5 / ? t 1 B > 9 1 9 . 1 = ; 2 " ? t $ 8 5 A 1 < ? 5 > ? 4 @ = / 4 : 0 1 : 6 ; D 1 0 2 = 9 b 5 : 3 3 = 0 1 : 5 : 3 : 0 / ; 8 8 1 / ? b 5 : 3 : 0 > 1 8 8 5 : 3 8 @ 9 5 : @ 9 / : > t " = t = 2 ? B > < = 1 / 1 0 b 1 0 5 : 0 1 ? 4 . D 4 5 > B 5 2 1 1 9 @ = = 2 ? 5 : f n n f : 0 ; : 1 > ; : & ; : 8 0 @ 3 1 : 1 = 2 ? 5 : t " = t = 2 ? 5 > > @ = A 5 A 1 0 . D ? B ; > ; : > = @ / 1 = 2 ? 1 ? b ? D ! 7 1 5 ? D : 0 1 2 2 = 2 ? ! 5 A 1 $ 7 t ( 4 = 1 1 3 = : 0 / 4 5 8 0 = 1 : 4 = 5 > = 2 ? : 0 : 5 1 8 8 1 = 2 ? . ; ? 4 ; 2 ! 7 1 5 ? 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C ; 0 / / < 1 t 7 < 5 / E = @ 9 = C B A C A > 3 1 B 7 A 2 3 A 7 5 < 3 2 B = 9 7 : : / < G t = < 3 = D 3 @ B 6 3 / 5 3 = 4 r b " = A 3 t & = C < 2 A % D 3 @ < 7 5 6 B E 6 7 1 6 ; C A B 7 < D = : D 3 / : 3 5 / ; > C B / t B 7 = < / < 2 ) 6 3 , 3 A : 3 G ( < 7 > 3 A ) = B / : G ; , = @ 9 t = C B n , 6 = 9 < 3 E G = C 1 / < / > > / @ 3 < B : G 0 @ = / 2 1 / A B 7 < 4 = ; 3 @ 1 7 / : A 4 @ = ; / 4 3 2 3 @ / : : = 1 9 C > ) 6 3 < B 6 3 @ 3 7 A ; G > 3 @ A = < / : 4 / D = @ 7 B 3 B 6 3 J $ = # = @ 3 / 1 9 / 7 @ K 6 = C @ n = < 3 A B : G b / ; < = B ; / 9 t 7 < 5 B 6 7 A C > b / : B 6 = C 5 6 D 3 A 3 3 < 7 B : 7 A B 3 2 C < 2 3 @ = B 6 t 3 @ B 7 B : 3 A / A E 3 : : n B 4 3 / B C @ 3 A / 5 @ = C > = 4 / B B @ / 1 B 7 D 3 b 0 C B / > > / @ 3 < B : G 6 / 7 @ G E = ; 3 < b @ / D 7 < 5 / 0 = C B / 2 3 t D 7 1 3 1 / : : 3 2 B 6 3 J $ = t $ = n K " / 2 7 3 A b ) ( ' t . % ' ( = b 7 4 / ; B 6 / B C < 6 / > > G E 7 B 6 B 3 : 3 D 7 A 7 = < b E 6 / B 7 A = < ; G ) + ; = A B = 4 B 6 3 B 7 ; 3 * A C / : : G 7 B 7 A / 1 6 / < < 3 : E 7 B 6 < = B 6 7 < 5 0 C B ; C A 7 1 n 3 1 9 b 8 C A B ; 7 5 6 B 5 7 D 3 7 B / < / ; 3 = 4 7 B A = E < n ( = ; 3 B 6 7 < 5 : 7 9 3 L J @ / 2 7 = K b ! $ ! t $ n f r b b n t t ( > 3 < 2 7 < 5 ; = @ 3 4 = @ : 3 A A ( ; C 5 5 : 3 @ A / @ 3 6 3 @ = 3 A = 4 A = @ B A n ) 6 3 3 A A 3 < 1 3 = 4 E 6 / B / A ; C 5 5 : 3 @ = 4 4 3 @ A 7 A = D 3 @ < ; 3 < B B G @ / < B A E / < B B = 3 7 B 6 3 @ > @ 3 D 3 < B = @ 7 < B 3 @ 4 3 @ 3 E 7 B 6 > 3 / 1 3 / 0 : 3 D = : C < B / @ G 3 F t 1 6 / < 5 3 / ; = < 5 7 < 2 7 D 7 2 C / : A n 1 / < @ 3 2 C 1 3 B 6 3 7 ; > / 1 B = 4 B 6 / B 7 < B 3 @ 4 3 @ t 3 < 1 3 n " 3 B I A : = = 9 / B A ; C 5 5 : 7 < 5 b 9 3 3 > 7 < 5 7 < ; 7 < 2 B 6 / B < = B 3 D 3 @ G t B 6 7 < 5 7 : : 3 5 / : 7 A 7 ; ; = @ / : / < 2 < = B 3 D 3 @ G B 6 7 < 5 : 3 5 / : 7 A ; = @ / : n " 3 / 2 7 < 5 C > B = = C @ , / @ = 4 < 2 3 t > 3 < 2 3 < 1 3 b B 6 3 @ 7 B 7 A 6 b C < 2 3 @ B 6 3 $ / D 7 5 / B 7 = < 1 B A b 6 / 2 : 3 D 7 3 2 B / F 3 A = < / E 7 2 3 @ / < 5 3 = 4 7 ; > = @ B A n % < 3 = 4 B 6 = A 3 B / F t 3 A E / A = < ; = : / A A 3 A 7 ; > = @ B 3 2 4 @ = ; < = < t @ 7 B 7 A 6 7 A : / < 2 A n ! = 6 < / < 1 = 1 9 b E 6 = A 3 4 : / ; 0 = G / < B A 7 5 < / B C @ 3 5 @ / 1 3 A = C @ 3 t 1 : / @ / B 7 = < = 4 < 2 3 > 3 < 2 3 < 1 3 b 6 / 2 / B 6 @ 7 D 7 < 5 0 C A 7 < 3 A A A ; C 5 t 5 : 7 < 5 / < 3 A B 7 ; / B 3 2 f n ; 7 : : 7 = < 5 / : : = < A = 4 ; = : / A A 3 A / G 3 / @ n 7 A A ; C 5 5 : 7 < 5 > @ / 1 B 7 1 3 A 4 7 < / < 1 3 2 ; C 1 6 = 4 B 6 3 @ 3 A 7 A B / < 1 3 B = @ 7 B 7 A 6 / C B 6 = @ 7 B G n < 4 / 1 B b / 8 = 9 3 = 4 B 6 3 B 7 ; 3 E / A ( / ; 2 / ; A E @ 7 B 3 A B 6 3 : 3 B B 3 @ A B = < 3 E A > / > 3 @ A / < 2 ! = 6 < / < t 1 = 1 9 > / G A B 6 3 > = A B / 5 3 n / < 1 = 1 9 I A A ; C 5 5 : 7 < 5 b / A E 3 : : / A B 6 / B = 4 ; / < G = B 6 3 @ A b ; / 2 3 B 6 3 > 3 = > : 3 = 4 = C @ < / B 7 = < 0 3 B B 3 @ = 4 4 0 G > @ = D 7 2 7 < 5 1 6 3 / > 3 @ > @ 7 1 3 A 4 = @ ; = : / A A 3 A C A 3 2 4 = @ ; / 9 7 < 5 @ C ; n @ 7 B 7 A 6 = > > @ 3 A A = @ A E 3 @ 3 E = @ A 3 = 4 4 0 G 6 / D 7 < 5 : = E 3 @ B / F @ 3 D 3 < C 3 A n < f r b B 6 3 f B 6 ; 3 < 2 ; 3 < B b > @ = 6 7 0 7 B 7 < 5 B 6 3 > @ = 2 C 1 t B 7 = < b 2 7 A B @ 7 0 C B 7 = < / < 2 A / : 3 = 4 / : 1 = 6 = : 7 1 0 3 D 3 @ / 5 3 A 7 < B 6 3 * < 7 B 3 2 ( B / B 3 A b E 3 < B 7 < B = 3 4 4 3 1 B n B 6 / 2 E 7 2 3 > C 0 : 7 1 A C > > = @ B n < ; G = > 7 < 7 = < b < = 1 / A 3 1 / < 0 3 ; / 2 3 4 = @ A B = > > 7 < 5 / < = B 6 3 @ > 3 @ A = < 4 @ = ; 3 < 8 = G 7 < 5 0 3 3 @ b E 7 < 3 / < 2 E 6 7 A 9 3 G n ) 6 / B I A = > t > @ 3 A A 7 = < b 0 C B / : = < 5 1 / ; 3 6 3 @ = 3 A B = B 6 3 @ 3 A 1 C 3 n ) 6 3 7 < 9 6 / 2 t < I B 2 @ 7 3 2 = < B 6 3 f B 6 ; 3 < 2 ; 3 < B 0 3 4 = @ 3 A ; C 5 5 : 3 @ A A B / @ B 3 2 A ; C 5 5 : 7 < 5 0 3 3 @ / < 2 E 6 7 A 9 3 G 4 @ = ; / < / 2 / / < 2 # 3 F 7 1 = n ( 6 7 > A : 7 < 3 2 C > / : = < 5 = C @ A 6 = @ 3 A b 8 C A B 0 3 G = < 2 B 6 3 B 6 @ 3 3 t ; 7 : 3 : 7 ; 7 B b B = = 4 4 t : = / 2 E 6 7 A 9 3 G = < B = A > 3 3 2 0 = / B A n ( ; C 5 5 : 3 @ A / < 2 0 = = B : 3 5 5 3 @ A A > / @ 3 2 ; 7 : : 7 = < A = 4 ; 3 @ 7 1 / < A 4 @ = ; 2 = t 5 = = 2 3 @ = > > @ 3 A A 7 = < n , 6 7 : 3 B 6 3 A ; C 5 5 : 3 @ ? 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' 3 / 8 D 3 + = + 0 + 7 3 6 C 7 + 8 + 8 . + : / + / 0 ? 6 : / < = 9 8 / A + = 7 + < < 3 / . > 9 6 6 / 8 = = > / : . + ? 1 2 > / < + < > 3 % 2 / C 2 + . > A 9 . + ? 1 2 > / < = + 8 . 9 8 / 1 < + 8 . . + ? 1 2 > / < ' 3 / 8 D 3 A 9 < 5 / . 0 9 < $ / ? < 3 > C $ + 0 / 9 7 : + 8 C = ! < 3 / 8 9 0 0 3 / / + > > / 8 . / . 6 9 < 3 . + $ 2 / < 3 0 0 = 9 C = # + 8 2 + = + > / / 8 + 1 / < + 8 . 3 = + 1 < + . ? + > / 9 0 > 2 / $ $ 6 + = = 9 0 t f ' 3 / 8 D 3 = = 3 = > / < A + = 5 3 6 6 / . 3 8 + 8 ? + < C 3 8 + > < + 1 3 + 3 . / 8 > 6 6 / 8 9 8 0 3 < 7 / . r t r 9 8 > 3 8 ? / . < 9 7 " + 1 / t r b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b 9 8 > 3 8 ? / . < 9 7 " + 1 / t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n r t r 9 8 > 3 8 ? / . < 9 7 " + 1 / t 7 9 > / 2 3 = < / 6 3 1 3 9 8 + 8 . > 9 + > > + 5 : / 9 : 6 / > 2 + > . 9 8 9 > = 2 + < / 2 3 = , < 9 8 D / + 1 / , / 6 3 / 0 = G / A 3 = = + 3 . @ 3 + / 7 + 3 6 F % 2 3 = 3 = + , = 9 6 ? > / 6 C 9 ? > < + 1 / 9 ? = , / 2 + @ 3 9 < , C + 1 9 @ / < 8 7 / 8 > 9 0 0 3 3 + 6 / 2 + = . 9 8 / 8 9 > 2 3 8 1 , ? > + ? = / / @ / 8 7 9 < / . 3 @ 3 = 3 9 8 3 8 > 2 / 9 7 7 ? 8 3 > C G 9 , 6 / = > 9 6 . > 2 / b , C : 2 9 8 / 9 8 . + C > 2 + > 2 3 = 9 6 ? 7 8 A + = 8 9 > 3 8 > / 8 . / . > 9 , / < 3 > 3 + 6 9 0 + 8 C 9 8 / = , / 6 3 / 0 = , ? > > 2 + > 3 > A + = 2 3 = 3 8 > / 8 > 3 9 8 > 9 7 + 5 / + : 9 3 8 > F " + < > 9 0 A 2 + > = + 3 . A + = 3 8 < / + > 3 9 8 > 9 > 2 / 3 < / A 3 = + 8 . 2 3 = 1 < 9 ? : @ 3 = 3 > > 9 3 > C + 6 6 + 8 . 2 9 A > 2 / C : < / = / 8 > / . > 2 / 7 = / 6 @ / = G 2 / = + 3 . 9 , 6 / = A 3 = 2 / . > 9 < / + > > 9 > 2 / : 9 = > / < / A 3 = : < / = / 8 > / . + > > 2 / 7 / / > 3 8 1 + 8 . > 9 / A 3 = = > + > / 7 / 8 > = F % 2 / = / 1 < 9 ? : = + 8 8 9 > / B : / > 8 9 > > 9 2 + @ / + 8 C < / + > 3 9 8 = G = + 3 . 9 , 6 / = / = + 3 . 2 / = 3 7 : 6 C A 3 = 2 / . > 9 / B / < 3 = / 2 3 = < 3 1 2 > = > 9 0 < / / . 9 7 9 0 = : / / 2 + 8 . + 8 8 9 ? 8 / 2 3 = 9 A 8 : / < = 9 8 + 6 , / 6 3 / 0 = F % 2 / C 8 / / . > 9 < / = : / > 0 < / / . 9 7 9 0 / B : < / = = 3 9 8 > 9 9 G 2 / = + 3 . F 0 > 2 / C . 9 8 > > 2 / 8 > 2 / C 8 / / . > 9 , / ; ? 3 / > G 9 A / @ / < > 2 9 = / 9 0 0 / 8 . / . , C > 2 / 7 + C 9 < = 9 6 ? 7 8 + < / = 2 9 ? > 3 8 1 9 ? > F 3 < = > 3 8 7 C 9 : 3 8 3 9 8 > 2 / 7 + C 9 < A + = 4 ? = > = + C 3 8 1 A 2 + > 2 / > 2 3 8 5 = 2 3 = 9 8 = > 3 > ? / 8 > = A + 8 > > 9 2 / + < $ / 9 8 . 3 0 2 / 2 + . = 3 7 : 6 C = > + > / . 2 3 = , / 6 3 / 0 = A 9 ? 6 . 2 + @ / > 2 9 ? 1 2 > 3 > 3 8 + : : < 9 : < 3 + > / 0 9 < 2 3 = 9 0 0 3 / , ? > 8 9 > = 3 8 1 6 / . 9 ? > + = + 1 < 9 ? : 3 8 + 6 6 C 9 8 / 2 / = + 3 . * % 2 / < / + < / > 2 9 = / > 2 + > . 9 8 > + 5 8 9 A 6 / . 1 / > 2 / / B 3 = > / 8 / 9 0 9 . % 2 / 3 < = 9 ? 6 = + < / 3 8 7 9 < > + 6 . + 8 1 / < 9 0 , / 3 8 1 6 9 = > 0 9 < / > / < 8 3 > C / A + = 6 / + < 6 C : 9 3 8 > 3 8 1 + > ? = + 8 . = + C 3 8 1 > 2 / < / 3 = = 9 7 / > 2 3 8 1 A < 9 8 1 A 3 > 2 > 2 / = / : / 9 : 6 / G = + 3 . / A 3 = $ 3 7 : = 9 8 9 0 " 6 + 8 > 3 > C , C / 7 + 3 6 F 8 . > 2 / 8 > 9 1 9 9 8 + 8 . 9 7 : 6 / > / 6 C 7 3 = 2 + < + > / < 3 D / ? = + 8 . A 2 + > A / > 2 3 8 5 A + = 8 9 > 9 8 6 C A < 9 8 1 , ? > : < 9 : + 1 + > / = 7 3 = ? 8 . / < = > + 8 . 3 8 1 + 8 . 2 + > < / . > 9 A + < . 0 / 6 6 9 A 3 > 3 D / 8 = + 8 E > , / 1 3 8 > 9 / B : < / = = 2 9 A . 3 = + : : 9 3 8 > 3 8 1 3 > 3 = > 9 = / / + 1 9 @ / < 8 7 / 8 > 9 0 0 3 3 + 6 , / 3 8 1 + 6 6 9 A / . > 9 . 9 > 2 3 = 5 3 8 . 9 0 > 2 3 8 1 > E = < / 7 3 8 3 = / 8 > 9 0 > 2 / A + C : < / 4 ? . 3 / ? = / . > 9 , / + / : > + , 6 / 3 8 < + / < / 6 + > 3 9 8 = G $ > / @ / ( 3 6 6 3 + 7 = 9 8 9 0 > 2 / & 8 3 > / . 3 8 1 . 9 7 = + 3 . + 6 > 2 9 ? 1 2 2 / 3 = 8 9 > + 8 7 / < 3 + 8 3 > 3 D / 8 2 / 0 / / 6 = > 2 / 7 + C 9 < = ? = / 9 0 F < / 6 3 1 3 9 ? = : < 9 = / 6 C > 3 D 3 8 1 G 0 3 < 7 6 C 1 9 / = + 1 + 3 8 = > > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 F t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t 7 / / > 3 8 1

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f b t n # % t r r # r f r r f r f t f t t r n n t & t r t t n r n r " ' ' b n r ft n t r f b n f t & 8 2 7 0 + B = 1 . < . . < * @ * ; . = 8 = . * 6 < / 8 ; = 1 . 2 ; 9 5 * B > ; 2 7 0 = 1 . ; . 0 > 5 * ; < . * < 8 7 / 8 > ; = 1 < . . . $ > @ * 7 7 . . 1 * 7 8 + > < 2 7 . < < 0 . = = 2 7 0 9 * < = = 1 . < . 6 2 / 2 7 * 5 < 8 / = 1 . 2 ; 2 < = ; 2 , = = 8 > ; 7 * 6 . 7 = % . 5 5 = 1 * = = 8 * 0 ; 8 > 9 8 / 0 2 ; 5 < @ 1 8 = > ; 7 . * ; 8 5 5 . ; , 8 * < = . ; = B 9 . 8 / < . * < 8 7 2 7 = 8 * 6 . 6 8 ; * + 5 . 8 7 . + B < = > 7 7 2 7 0 = 8 9 < . . . * 7 1 8 < = $ * 7 = . . 2 7 = 1 . 2 < = ; 2 , = r < . 6 2 / 2 7 * 5 < % 1 . @ 2 7 , 5 2 7 , 1 . = 1 . > 5 5 8 0 < / 2 ; < = 9 5 * B 8 / / + . ; = 1 < 2 7 , . n b b r * 7 9 > = = 1 . 6 2 7 9 8 < 2 = 2 8 7 * , , 8 ; 2 7 0 = 8 < , 1 8 8 5 ; . , 8 ; < = 8 @ 2 7 = 1 . 2 ; / 2 ; < = . ? . ; / * < = 9 2 = , 1 2 < = ; 2 , = = 2 = 5 . b f f r t r r n n % 8 ; 2 $ = * 6 9 . ; 9 2 = , 1 . * , 8 6 9 5 . = . 0 * 6 . = 1 ; . . 1 2 = = . ; * 7 1 * * = @ 8 ; > 7 < 2 7 0 5 . = 8 5 2 / = ( 2 5 5 2 < = 8 7 9 * < = $ > @ * 7 7 . . t 2 7 = 1 . 2 < = ; 2 , = r , 1 * 6 9 2 8 7 < 1 2 9 0 * 6 . * B 7 * > 7 7 + . 5 = . * < 8 5 8 1 8 6 . ; > 7 2 7 n t r f b n f t( 1 2 5 . = 1 . 2 ; 9 . . ; < * ; . 8 / / < > ; / 2 7 0 * = = 1 . + . * , 1 1 2 = = 2 7 0 = 1 . 6 * 5 5 < 8 ; < @ 2 6 6 2 7 0 2 7 = 1 . ; 2 ? . ; < . ? . ; * 5 5 8 , * 5 * = 1 5 . = . < 2 7 < = . * @ 2 5 5 + . < 9 . 7 2 7 0 = 1 . 2 ; < 9 ; 2 7 0 + ; . * 4 = ; B 2 7 0 = 8 . A = . 7 = 1 . 2 ; < . * < 8 7 < 2 < = ; 2 , = + * < . + * 5 5 = 8 > ; 7 * 6 . 7 = < / 2 ; < = ; 8 > 7 < 8 / = + * 5 5 9 5 * B 8 / / 0 * 6 . < * 7 = 1 . < = * = . = ; * , 4 6 . . = = 1 2 < @ . . 4 . 7 = * 4 . = 8 9 9 ; 2 8 ; 2 = B / 8 ; * ; . * = . * 6 < % 1 . @ . . 4 < = * ; = . 8 7 * B @ 2 = 1 2 < = ; 2 , = + * < . + * 5 5 = 8 > ; 7 * 6 . 7 = < 0 . = = 2 7 0 > 7 . ; @ * B * = 8 ; = ( 1 2 = . * , 5 * B % ; . 7 = 8 7 * 7 . 5 8 B 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 % 1 . = 8 9 = @ 8 = . * 6 < 2 7 . * , 1 2 < = ; 2 , = 6 8 ? . 8 7 = 8 = 1 . 9 5 * B 8 / / < = 1 . / 8 5 5 8 @ 2 7 0 @ . . 4 2 ; < = ; 8 > 7 < 8 / = + * 5 5 9 5 * B 8 / / < + . 0 * 7 % > . < * B @ 2 = 1 $ > @ * 7 7 . . = ; * ? . 5 2 7 0 = 8 % ; 2 7 2 = B * = 1 8 5 2 , * 7 , 8 7 = 2 7 > . < = 8 7 2 0 1 = @ 2 = 1 * / * B . = = . 1 8 < = 2 7 0 " 8 ; = $ = 8 . $ > @ * 7 7 . . @ 2 7 6 8 ? . < = 1 . 6 2 7 = 8 = 1 . < . , 8 7 ; 8 > 7 8 / = 1 . 9 5 * B 8 / / < @ 1 . ; . 2 = @ 8 > 5 = ; * ? . 5 = 8 ( 2 5 5 2 < = 8 7 8 ; 1 8 < = < ; B < = * 5 # 2 ? . ; @ 1 2 5 . * * / * B . = = . @ 2 7 @ 8 > 5 0 2 ? . = 1 . 6 * 7 8 = 1 . ; 1 8 6 . 0 * 6 . * 0 * 2 7 < = . 2 = 1 . ; 8 ; 2 + . ; = B 8 > 7 = B 1 * 7 / > 5 8 / * = 1 5 . = . < / ; 8 6 ; * 7 / 8 ; * 7 * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B @ 2 5 5 + . 9 * ; = 2 , 2 9 * = 2 7 0 2 7 = 1 . 5 * < < t $ = * = . = ; * , 4 6 . . = ; 2 * B 2 7 ( 2 7 = . ; " * ; 4 . ; . 2 < * ; > 7 8 @ 7 8 / = 1 2 < @ . . 4 < $ 9 ; 2 7 0 ; . * 4 < , 1 . > 5 . 8 7 * B 2 < = ; 2 , = t * 0 5 . < ' 2 . @ * = . 5 8 B 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 f 2 < = ; 2 , = r n 1 2 . / 5 * 7 ? < 2 A 2 . f b * = % ; . 7 = 8 7 2 < = ; 2 , = r n % ; . 7 = 8 7 ? < . 5 5 b * = % ; . 7 = 8 7 2 < = ; 2 , = f n . / / . ; < 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = * , 5 * B f 2 < = ; 2 , = r . @ + . ; ; B * = 8 ; = ( 1 2 = . % > . < * B 2 < = ; 2 , = t . * ; ; . . 4 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 ? < * 7 * ; 2 7 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 f 9 6 * = . 5 8 B 2 < = ; 2 , = r n ; * 7 / 8 ; ? < $ = ; * 7 , 2 < f b * = % ; . 7 = 8 7 2 < = ; 2 , = r n " ) 8 7 0 . ? < % b * = % ; . 7 = 8 7 2 < = ; 2 , = f n * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B ? < * / * B . = = . n * = * , 5 * B 2 < = ; 2 , = f n * = * , 5 * B f b 2 < = ; 2 , = r $ > @ * 7 7 . . ? < ( 2 5 5 2 < = 8 7 f * = 8 ; = ( 1 2 = . 2 < = ; 2 , = r $ * 7 = * . ? < . @ + . ; ; B 8 ; = ( 1 2 = . * = 8 ; = ( 1 2 = . 2 ; < = ; 8 > 7 $ > @ * 7 7 . . * = % ; 2 7 2 = B * = 1 8 5 2 , 9 6 < 8 / = + * 5 5 n t r f b n f t% $ $ % 1 . * ; . * < = * ; = . @ 2 = 1 * + 8 > = r * = 1 5 . = . < , 8 6 9 . = 2 7 0 * = ; . 0 2 8 7 * 5 < * / = . ; = 1 . @ . . 4 . 7 @ . * ; . 8 @ 7 = 8 3 > < = . 2 0 1 = 5 . / = ; * 7 / 8 ; < < 1 5 . B 8 ; 7 8 0 * 7 8 < < * ? 2 * < < * 7 $ = . 9 1 * 7 2 . 8 9 . 5 * 7 * 5 5 : > * 5 2 / 2 . / 8 ; < = * = . * 5 8 7 0 @ 2 = 1 * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B < 7 = 8 7 2 8 % > ; 7 . ; * 7 = 1 . f A t b b ; . 5 * B = . * 6 8 / 7 = 1 8 7 B 7 0 ; * 6 . ; * 5 ; 2 < = 8 5 ( 2 5 5 2 5 5 * 7 % > ; 7 . ; * / = . ; / 2 7 2 < 1 2 7 0 2 7 = 1 . = 8 9 / 8 > ; * = = 1 . # . 0 2 8 7 t 6 . . = ; 2 * B * = * , 5 * B 8 < < f n + ; 8 4 . = 1 . < , 1 8 8 5 ; . , 8 ; 2 7 = 1 . b b 1 > ; 5 . < @ 2 7 7 2 7 0 = 1 . . ? . 7 = 7 . * ; 5 B = @ 8 < . , 8 7 < * 1 . * 8 / ; > 7 7 . ; > 9 * , 5 * B < 6 8 7 2 , 8 ; ? . B 8 ; 7 r r + ; 8 4 . = 1 . < , 1 8 8 5 ; . , 8 ; @ 1 2 , 1 < 1 . < . = . * ; 5 2 . ; 2 7 = 1 . < . * < 8 7 / 2 7 2 < 1 2 7 0 / 8 > ; = 1 2 7 = 1 . t b b ; > 7 8 9 . 5 * 7 t t b f / 2 7 2 < 1 . < . , 8 7 2 7 = 1 . 2 < , > < * 1 . * 8 / 8 ; 0 * 7 8 7 . < / ; 8 6 * 4 . ; * < < t r n + ; 8 4 . = 1 . < , 1 8 8 5 ; . , 8 ; 8 7 1 2 < @ * B = 8 @ 2 7 7 2 7 0 = 1 . b b ; > 7 * 1 . * 8 / ; > 7 7 . ; > 9 * , 5 * B < $ , 8 = = 2 5 5 2 7 0 < # $ 8 9 . 5 * 7 n t t 7 . * ; 5 B : > * 5 2 / 2 . 2 7 = 1 . < 1 8 = 9 > = / 2 7 2 < 1 2 7 0 / 2 / = 1 = @ 8 / . . = + . 1 2 7 / 8 > ; = 1 9 5 * , . / 2 7 2 < 1 . ; 8 7 . < 8 ; 7 t n n r 7 . * ; 5 B : > * 5 2 / 2 . / 8 ; = 1 . n b b / 2 7 2 < 1 2 7 0 / 2 / = 1 = @ 8 < . , 8 7 < + . 1 2 7 / 8 > ; = 1 9 5 * , . / 2 7 2 < 1 . ; * 4 . ; < * = 2 . # 2 < 9 8 7 . t n t % . * 6 6 * = . < 2 A = 1 0 ; * . ; % * B 5 8 ; 8 7 . < t r r / 2 7 2 < 1 . 2 7 7 2 7 = 1 2 7 = 1 . n b b ; > 7 ! 5 2 ? 2 * 8 7 . B @ * < = @ . 5 / = 1 2 7 = 1 . t b b * < 1 * 1 . * 8 / * 6 2 5 = 8 7 < ; . 7 2 < 1 * " . = . ; < 8 7 @ 1 8 / 2 7 2 < 1 . / 2 / = . . 7 = 1 8 7 . B * 5 < 8 9 5 * , . = @ . 5 / = 1 2 7 = 1 . n b b * 7 / 8 > ; = . . 7 = 1 2 7 = 1 . 5 8 7 0 3 > 6 9 @ 1 2 5 . = . * 6 6 * = . * 6 . ; 8 7 * < > + . @ * < < . ? . 7 = 1 2 7 = 1 . 9 8 5 . ? * > 5 = 8 < < @ 1 8 / 2 7 2 < 1 . / 2 / = 1 2 7 = 1 . 1 2 0 1 3 > 6 9 * 7 = . * 6 6 * = . % B 9 1 * 7 2 ( 1 2 = 5 . B / 2 7 2 < 1 . = . 7 = 1 * 7 . 5 . ? . 7 = 1 2 7 = 1 . = ; 2 9 5 . 3 > 6 9 @ 1 2 5 . * / * B . = = . < 5 2 C * + . = 1 7 . ; < 8 7 1 . 5 8 / / ; * 7 / 8 ; < 8 7 = * 7 * * 2 5 . 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CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE 1307 W. Howard Street, Live Oak (US Hwy. 90) 386-362-1042 Hours: M-F 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m., Sat. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 666340amv n n b b r t f b n r b b f

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A + 8 8 / / 9 ? 8 > 3 / = 127 Howard Street E., Live Oak, FL Phone: 386-362-4539 Toll Free: 1-800-557-7478 Se Habla Espanol EMAIL: info@poolerealty.com Hours: Mon. Fri. 8 a.m. 5:30 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.; Sunday by appointment www.poolerealty.com 662054amv BANK OWNED 3/2 DWMH on just over 3 wooded acres. Access to community pool and lake with yearly dues. $45,000. MLS#76473 READY TO MOVE VERY SECLUDED home on 5 acres. Gas FP, 2 car finished garage, screened in back porch plus a outbuilding for additional storage. Home looks like it was built yesterday on the inside. $139,900. Call Irvin Dees, 386-208-4276 MLS#76380 GREAT LOCATION for possible convenience site. Located on the corner of Hwy 129 and Fir St. $17,000. Call Sherrel McCall, 386-6887563. MLS#77593 ONE OF A KIND ...beautiful 20 ac. horse property, 4/2 MNF home, split floor plan, very neat & clean, front & back porches, 5 paddocks, water to all, gorgeous rolling improved pasture w/scattered oaks, miles of fence, 24x 60 4 stall horse barn, round pen, extra home site, storm shelter/root cellar. $189,000. Call Glenda McCall, 386-208-5244 JUST LISTED Spacious 2,400+ sq. ft. 3/2 well maintained home in Foxboro on 1 acre . New roof. Completely chain link fenced in back yard for your pets. Close to town. Great price $199,000. Call Sylvia Newell, 386-590-2498. MLS#77991 YOU DO NOT want to miss this one. A 3BR/1B that is in excellent condition. The grounds are nice and ready. This property will make a great starter home. $69,500. Call Sherrel McCall, 386-688-7563. MLS#77613 LOCATED in town and close to all the conveniences of city living. Very spacious, includes hardwood flooring, FP, 3/2. Detached Rec room / Workshop, 2 large decks and a pool. Take a look for yourself! Priced to sell at $85,000. Call Anita Handy, 386-208-5877 MLS#75533 JUST LISTED 1,800+ sqft, 4/2 Bank Owned home in the Maynor Subdivision. Conveniently located in town with 2 car garage. Asking $144,000. Call for an appointment today! MLS#77956 REDUCED 4/2 just outside the city limits but close enough to enjoy all the conveniences of city living. Home includes spacious master bedroom w/FP, lovely tile work and crown molding in master bath, wood flooring. 3 storage buildings all with electric (2 w/ A/C). $119,000. Call Anita Handy 386-208-5877. MLS#76946 ROOM TO ROAM ...3/2, large family room, fireplace, 1 car garage, near the village in Dowling Park, 2 ac., very well maintained, $159,900. Call Glenda McCall, 386-208-5244 MLS#77570 GREAT HOME UNDER $50,000 ..Im not real big but I show well. 2bd/1bath located just off the paved road with nicely treed chained link fenced yard. No restrictions, only $46,000 Call Kellie Shirah, 386-2083847 MLS# 77953 JUST LISTED This 3/3 brick home located in Foxboro has all the amenities. FP, crown molding, titled baths, dream kitchen, oversized garage, and a screened back porch. Detached 24x36 fully insulated garage /workshop and 2.5 acre landscaped lot with sprinkler system. Perfection at its finest. $295,500 Call Irvin Dees, 386-208-4276 MLS# 77967 S S P P L L A A S S H H Into This Great Deal! 4/2.5 bath, well maintained M/H with heated in-ground pool w/ screen enclosure, 2 car carport, 32x36 shop and located on 8 plus acres. $157,000 Call Kellie Shirah, 386208-3847 MLS#77944 BANK OWNED Large Two Story home in Lake City5 bedroom, 6 1/2 bath with over 3,700 sq.ft. Beautiful kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances. Fireplace in Family Room. Home sits on over 4 acres with a pond. A must see. $390,000. 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r b n t b r f f n n r f f f n r n b t f n t b b n (8 Near City on Paved Rd: 6 Acers with survey, 4 well, 2 H.P. Sub pump. 36 x 36 4 stall horse barn with loft and tack/feed room. Fenced (horse type). Good Buy @ $84,900. T erms. REDUCED TO $84,900 (9) Hamilton County: 40 acre wooded on county road. Good hunting area that adjoins SRWMD. REDUCED TO $99,500. (10 Tedder St.: Nice 100x123 lot (homes only $18,000. (11) Suwannee River Charles Springs area: 1.88 ac. wooded with 137 ft. on the water elevation survey. Will support r egular inground septic tank. Good buy @ $39,900. (12) Perry, Fla.: 100 x 148 lot in Perry with sewer and water. Paved street. $13,500 . ( 13) Saddle Club: Off 129 South 4 acres cleared with scattered trees. Will work for land home package. Make offer. (14)Suwanne e River Park Estates: Three lots with survey. (each lot) All buildable, 100% financing. (1) 3+ Acre Tract on paved r oad with scattered trees. Driveway in place. REDUCED TO $15,500 . Terms. (2) 161st Street: 9.82 acres in grass partially wooded with a 3/4, 3-1/2 bath CH/ AC home with fireplace containing approx. 2400 sq. ft. under roof, 10x30 storage, good area.Terms $225,000. ( 3) Near Royal Springs: 2 AC restricted to homes only. Good buy $14,900. (4) Off CR 349: 10 acre wooded tract with a two bedroom CH/AC log home in excellent condition cont. approx. 1200 sq. ft. under r oof, 30x40 pole barn. REDUCED TO $145,900 . (5) Dove Meadows.: 2 Acres with scattered trees, will work for land. Home package, Terms. (6) 40 acres with 835 ft. on paved road in 13 year old planted pines. Priced to sell REDUCED TO $149,900 . (7 Hamilton County: 2 acres wooded on CR 150 (paved) will work for land home package $13,900. S.C. Sullivan Agency 529 S. Ohio Ave., Live Oak, FL Bus. 386-362-1389 Fax: (386 S.C. Sullivan (386 Evening 362-2990 662047amv 664830lcv b r 6 , 4 8 ) f r 0 / ) 5 1 2 4 6 , 2 * 8 ) % . / 2 * * " t n % 6 6 , ) * % 0 2 7 5 7 9 % 1 1 ) ) 8 ) 4 ! , ) 3 % 4 . 5 f r 0 / ) 5 5 2 7 6 , 2 * 1 6 ) 4 5 6 % 6 ) r % 1 ( f r 0 / ) 5 1 2 4 6 , 2 * 1 6 ) 4 5 6 % 6 ) t b 2 * * " t n ) ) 3 % 1 ) : ) 2 7 6 * 2 4 6 , ) 5 + 1 % 1 ( 9 , 6 ) 3 % 1 6 ) ( & 2 % 4 ( * ) 1 ' ) r n n f f t n n f r f b n 2 1 1 ) 7 1 1 * 2 4 0 ) 4 / : 2 * 4 2 2 . 5 % 1 ( 7 1 1 % 4 : / / % 1 7 . ) 4 : % 1 ) / / ) ' . / ) 4 , / # % 5 5 % 4 ) 4 4 2 ( ) 0 % 1 1 % 4 4 : / $ 2 4 / ) : ) ) 4 ' ) 2 ) * * ) 2 % 5 , 2 9 & 2 : 5 / % ' . & ) 4 4 : 0 2 . ) % 1 ( 0 % 1 : 7 3 % 1 ( ' 2 0 1 + % 4 6 5 6 5 6 2 3 ) 4 * 2 4 0 3 4 / n b 2 1 6 1 7 ) ( 4 2 0 % + ) t t t b f r r f r n 666196amv 877-362-4983 r n n r r n n b f r b b b f t

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A 6 < ; 6 @ = ? < C 6 1 2 1 n 9 9 6 ; A 2 ? 2 @ A 2 1 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 @ D 5 < 0 . ? 2 . / < B A = ? < A 2 0 A 6 ; 4 A 5 2 5 2 . 9 A 5 b @ . 3 2 A F b D 2 9 3 . ? 2 . ; 1 ? 6 4 5 A @ < 3 9 < ; 4 t A 2 ? : 0 . ? 2 3 . 0 6 9 6 A F ? 2 @ 6 1 2 ; A @ t t D 5 < < 3 A 2 ; 5 . C 2 ; < < ; 2 2 9 @ 2 A < . 1 C < 0 . A 2 3 < ? A 5 2 : t t . ? 2 2 ; 0 < B ? . 4 2 1 A < 0 . 9 9 A < 9 9 t 3 ? 2 2 r t f f < ? C 6 @ 6 A A 5 2 = ? < 4 ? . : @ , 2 / @ 6 A 2 . A & ' " $ ! 5 A A = < : / B 1 @ : . ; n : F 3 9 < ? 6 1 . n 0 < : 5 A A = < : / B 1 @ : . ; n : F 3 9 < ? 6 1 . n 0 < : n $ , % . % ) % % * ) ) t . % * ) % ) % . , 2 1 % ' ' ! , 0 ! % ) ) ! , 5 ? 6 @ A 6 . ; # 6 @ @ 6 < ; ; 0 A 6 < ; # 6 ; 6 @ A ? F D 6 9 9 @ 2 ? C 2 1 6 ; ; 2 ? @ 3 ? < : r r . n : n B ; A 6 9 r = n : n @ 2 0 < ; 1 ( . A B ? 1 . F < 3 2 C 2 ? F : < ; A 5 . A . 9 2 & . ? 8 ' 2 0 ? 2 . A 6 < ; 2 ; A 2 ? . A r f . @ A B C . 9 ( A n b " 6 C 2 % . 8 b " n < ? 6 ; 3 < ? : . A 6 < ; 0 . 9 9 B 1 ? 2 F < D 2 9 9 t t f n ! 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A = n : n . ; 1 6 @ < = 2 ; A < . ; F < ; 2 6 ; A 5 2 0 < : : B ; 6 A F D 5 < 5 . @ 9 < @ A . 9 < C 2 1 < ; 2 n A A 2 ; 1 2 2 @ . ? 2 2 ; 0 < B ? . 4 2 1 A < / ? 6 ; 4 = 6 0 A B ? 2 @ . ; 1 : 2 : 2 ; A < @ < 3 9 < C 2 1 < ; 2 @ A 5 . A 0 . ; / 2 = 9 . 0 2 1 < ; < B ? ) . / 9 2 < 3 # 2 : < ? 6 2 @ n ' 2 3 ? 2 @ 5 : 2 ; A @ D 6 9 9 / 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 . ; 1 ? 2 4 6 @ A ? . A 6 < ; 6 @ ; < A ? 2 > B 6 ? 2 1 A < . A A 2 ; 1 n & 9 2 . @ 2 0 < ; A . 0 A . C 2 ; < @ = 6 0 2 . A n n r r 3 < ? : < ? 2 6 ; 3 < ? : . A 6 < ; n r , ! ! * + ! ' % ) # . % 0 ! , / ) ( + # , * / ) ? 6 1 . F b = ? 6 9 b = n : n " < 0 . A 2 1 / 2 A D 2 2 ; ? . ; 3 < ? 1 . ; 1 A n , 5 6 A 2 b * ( n 3 F < B = 9 . F < ? @ 6 ; 4 4 < @ = 2 9 : B @ 6 0 b . ; 1 D < B 9 1 9 6 8 2 A < 2 ; 7 < F . ; 2 C 2 ; 6 ; 4 < B A b F < B . ? 2 D 2 9 0 < : 2 A < 7 < 6 ; B @ n < ? : < ? 2 6 ; 3 < ? : . A 6 < ; F < B 0 . ; 0 . 9 9 t t nr % . $ * ( ( / ) % . 2 $ / , $ , ' ! n & ! ' ! . A 2 # . F b f r r b ) 6 : 2 f f . n : n t f f = n : n & 9 . 0 2 " 6 C 2 % . 8 . ? 1 2 ; 9 B / 6 ? 2 0 A 6 < ; @ / < B A r : 6 9 2 3 ? < : ? < B ; 1 t . / < B A < ; ' r < ; ? 6 4 5 A b 7 B @ A = . @ A ( 5 . ; 1 @ " 6 C 2 % . 8 < @ = 6 A . 9 . ; 1 6 ; 3 ? < ; A < 3 A 5 2 ( B D . ; ; 2 2 < B ; A F < 9 6 @ 2 B : n r f n r A A < ? ; 2 F 2 ; 2 ? . 9 & . : < ; 1 6 5 . @ : . 1 2 ? 2 @ = < ; 1 6 ; 4 A < A 5 2 < 6 9 @ = 6 9 9 . = ? 6 < ? 6 A F < 3 5 2 ? . 1 : 6 ; 6 @ A ? . A 6 < ; n ) 5 6 @ ? 2 @ = < ; @ 2 6 ; 0 9 B 1 2 @ 3 . t 0 6 9 6 A . A 6 ; 4 A 5 2 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 . ; 1 / B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ 0 9 . 6 : @ = ? < 0 2 @ @ b . @ @ 6 @ A 6 ; 4 6 ; A 5 2 1 2 C 2 9 < = t : 2 ; A < 3 A 5 2 @ A . A 2 G @ 0 9 . 6 : @ b D < ? 8 6 ; 4 D 6 A 5 9 < t 0 . 9 4 < C 2 ? ; : 2 ; A @ b . @ ; 2 2 1 2 1 b . ; 1 = B ? @ B 6 ; 4 b 6 ; 0 < ; 7 B ; 0 A 6 < ; D 6 A 5 A 5 2 2 = . ? A : 2 ; A < 3 ; t C 6 ? < ; : 2 ; A . 9 & ? < A 2 0 A 6 < ; b 2 ; C 6 ? < ; : 2 ; A . 9 0 9 . 6 : @ < ; / 2 5 . 9 3 < 3 A 5 2 ( A . A 2 < 3 9 < ? 6 1 . n @ 9 < ? 6 1 . @ 0 5 6 2 3 9 2 4 . 9 < 3 3 6 0 2 ? b A 5 2 A A < ? ; 2 F 2 ; 2 ? . 9 6 @ ? 2 @ = < ; @ 6 / 9 2 3 < ? b . : < ; 4 < A 5 2 ? A 5 6 ; 4 @ b / ? 6 ; 4 6 ; 4 9 . D @ B 6 A @ < ; / 2 5 . 9 3 < 3 A 5 2 @ A . A 2 . ; 1 < 3 3 2 ? 6 ; 4 9 2 4 . 9 . 1 C 6 0 2 A < < A 5 2 ? 4 < C 2 ? ; : 2 ; A . 9 . 4 2 ; 0 6 2 @ n n ) 5 2 % 6 9 & < 9 9 B A 6 < ; 0 A , 6 A 5 ? 2 4 . ? 1 A < A 5 2 < 6 9 @ = 6 9 9 b A 5 2 : < @ A 6 : t = < ? A . ; A @ A . A B A 2 6 @ A 5 2 3 2 1 2 ? . 9 % 6 9 & < 9 9 B A 6 < ; 0 A % & n % & . 9 9 < D @ A 5 < @ 2 5 . ? : 2 1 / F A 5 2 < 6 9 @ = 6 9 9 I @ A . A 2 4 < C 2 ? ; : 2 ; A b 9 < 0 . 9 4 < C t 2 ? ; : 2 ; A @ b / B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ 2 @ b . ; 1 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 @ I A < ? 2 0 < C 2 ? 2 0 < ; < : 6 0 9 < @ @ 2 @ 0 . B @ 2 1 / F A 5 2 < 6 9 @ = 6 9 9 n ) < = ? < : < A 2 0 < : = 2 ; @ . A 6 < ; D 6 A 5 < B A ? 2 t @ < ? A 6 ; 4 A < 9 6 A 6 4 . A 6 < ; b % & ? 2 > B 6 ? 2 @ = < A 2 ; A 6 . 9 0 9 . 6 : . ; A @ A < 3 6 ? @ A = ? 2 @ 2 ; A A 5 2 6 ? 1 . : . 4 2 @ 0 9 . 6 : A < A 5 2 ? 2 @ = < ; @ 6 / 9 2 = . ? A F / 2 3 < ? 2 3 6 9 6 ; 4 . 9 . D @ B 6 A n n ) 5 2 A A < ? ; 2 F 2 ; 2 ? . 9 % 3 3 6 0 2 @ ' < 9 2 D 6 A 5 ' 2 @ = 2 0 A A < + . ? 6 < B @ 9 . 6 : @ B ; 1 2 ? % & . n ) 5 2 ( A . A 2 9 . 6 : B ; 1 2 ? % & ; . ; A 6 0 6 = . A 6 < ; < 3 = ? 2 @ 2 ; A 6 ; 4 . ; % & 0 9 . 6 : A < & < ; / 2 5 . 9 3 < 3 A 5 2 ( A . A 2 < 3 9 < ? 6 t 1 . b A 5 2 A A < ? ; 2 F 2 ; 2 ? . 9 @ % 3 3 6 0 2 5 . @ 0 < < ? t 1 6 ; . A 2 1 . : B 9 A 6 t . 4 2 ; 0 F 2 3 3 < ? A A < 6 1 2 ; A 6 3 F . ; 1 > B . ; A 6 3 F A 5 2 @ A . A 2 @ 1 . : . 4 2 @ . @ . ? 2 @ B 9 A < 3 A 5 2 < 6 9 @ = 6 9 9 n ( B 0 5 1 . : . 4 2 @ 0 < B 9 1 6 ; t 0 9 B 1 2 9 < @ A A . E ? 2 C 2 ; B 2 @ . ; 1 0 9 2 . ; t B = 0 < @ A @ n % A 5 2 ? . 4 2 ; 0 6 2 @ 6 ; C < 9 C 2 1 6 ; A 5 6 @ 2 3 3 < ? A 6 ; t 0 9 B 1 2 b . : < ; 4 < A 5 2 ? @ b A 5 2 % 3 3 6 0 2 < 3 A 5 2 < C 2 ? ; < ? b A 5 2 " 2 4 6 @ 9 . A B ? 2 b . ; 1 A 5 2 2 = . ? A t : 2 ; A < 3 ' 2 C 2 ; B 2 n % ; 0 2 A 5 2 ; 2 0 2 @ @ . ? F 1 . A . . ; 1 @ B = = < ? A 6 ; 4 6 ; 3 < ? : . A 6 < ; 5 . C 2 / 2 2 ; . @ t @ 2 : / 9 2 1 b A 5 2 @ A . A 2 @ 0 9 . 6 : D 6 9 9 / 2 = ? 2 @ 2 ; A t 2 1 A < & 3 < ? = . F : 2 ; A n / n ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 . ; 1 B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ 9 . 6 : @ ; 0 < ; 7 B ; 0 A 6 < ; D 6 A 5 A 5 2 % / . : . . 1 : 6 ; 6 @ t A ? . A 6 < ; b & . = = < 6 ; A 2 1 # ? n ! 2 ; 2 6 ; / 2 ? 4 . @ A 5 2 . 1 : 6 ; 6 @ A ? . A < ? < 3 A 5 2 B 9 3 < . @ A 9 . 6 : @ . 0 6 9 6 A F A < ? 2 @ < 9 C 2 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 . ; 1 / B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ 0 9 . 6 : @ B ; 1 2 ? % & n ) 5 2 . ; 1 # ? n 2 6 ; / 2 ? 4 . ? 2 ? 2 @ = < ; @ 6 / 9 2 3 < ? A 5 2 = ? < 0 2 @ @ 6 ; 4 < 3 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 . ; 1 / B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ 0 9 . 6 : @ 3 < ? 2 0 < ; < : 6 0 9 < @ @ 3 ? < : A 5 2 < 6 9 @ = 6 9 9 n ) 5 2 A A < ? ; 2 F 2 ; 2 ? . 9 5 . @ 8 2 = A A 5 2 = ? 2 @ t @ B ? 2 < ; # ? n 2 6 ; / 2 ? 4 A < : . 8 2 A 5 2 0 9 . 6 : @ = ? < 0 2 @ @ 3 . @ A 2 ? b : < ? 2 2 3 3 6 0 6 2 ; A b . ; 1 : < ? 2 A ? . ; @ = . ? 2 ; A 3 < ? 0 9 . 6 : . ; A @ n 1 1 6 A 6 < ; . 9 9 F b < B ? < 3 3 6 0 2 5 . @ 0 < ; A . 0 A 2 1 A 5 2 < ; ; B : 2 ? t < B @ < 0 0 . @ 6 < ; @ A < ? 2 > B 2 @ A 2 E = 2 1 6 A 2 1 ? 2 C 6 2 D < 3 0 9 . 6 : @ 3 < ? 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 @ . ; 1 / B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ 2 @ 3 . 0 6 ; 4 @ 2 C 2 ? 2 5 . ? 1 @ 5 6 = n ) 5 2 A A < ? ; 2 F 2 ; 2 ? . 9 @ ? < 9 2 6 ; A 5 6 @ = ? < 0 2 @ @ 5 . @ / 2 2 ; A < . 4 4 ? 2 @ @ 6 C 2 9 F 0 < : : B t ; 6 0 . A 2 D 6 A 5 # ? n 2 6 ; / 2 ? 4 A < / ? 6 ; 4 : < ? 2 A ? . ; @ = . ? 2 ; 0 F . ; 1 3 . 6 ? ; 2 @ @ A < A 5 2 0 9 . 6 : @ = ? < 0 2 @ @ 3 < ? 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 @ . ; 1 / B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ 2 @ n ) < 1 . A 2 b 6 : = ? < C 2 : 2 ; A @ 5 . C 2 < 0 0 B ? ? 2 1 b / B A A 5 2 A A < ? ; 2 F 2 ; 2 ? . 9 0 < ; A 6 ; B 2 @ A < . 0 A 6 C 2 9 F : < ; 6 A < ? A 5 2 = ? < 0 2 @ @ . ; 1 2 ; 4 . 4 2 6 ; 1 6 @ 0 B @ t @ 6 < ; @ A < 3 B ? A 5 2 ? A 5 < @ 2 4 < . 9 @ n 0 n " < 0 . 9 < C 2 ? ; : 2 ; A 9 . 6 : @ ) 5 2 A A < ? ; 2 F 2 ; 2 ? . 9 @ % 3 3 6 0 2 5 . @ . 9 @ < D < ? 8 2 1 3 < ? : . ; F : < ; A 5 @ D 6 A 5 A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 . @ @ < 0 6 . A 6 < ; < 3 < B ; A 6 2 @ b A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 . " 2 . 4 B 2 < 3 6 A 6 2 @ b 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 0 < B ; A 6 2 @ b . ; 1 0 2 ? A . 6 ; 6 ; A 2 ? 2 @ A 2 1 9 2 4 6 @ 9 . A < ? @ . ; 1 9 < 0 . 9 < 3 3 6 t 0 6 . 9 @ b = ? < C 6 1 6 ; 4 A 5 2 : D 6 A 5 6 ; 3 < ? : . A 6 < ; ? 2 t 4 . ? 1 6 ; 4 A 5 2 % & . ; 1 5 < D A 5 2 0 9 . 6 : @ = ? < 0 2 @ @ D . @ 0 < ; A 2 : = 9 . A 2 1 A < D < ? 8 n n # B 9 A 6 t 6 @ A ? 6 0 A " 6 A 6 4 . A 6 < ; ( 2 = . ? . A 2 3 ? < : A 5 2 % & 0 9 . 6 : @ = ? < 0 2 @ @ b A 5 2 ? 2 6 @ . 9 @ < = 2 ; 1 6 ; 4 H : B 9 A 6 t 1 6 @ A ? 6 0 A J 9 6 A 6 4 . t A 6 < ; 6 ; 3 2 1 2 ? . 9 0 < B ? A 6 ; $ 2 D % ? 9 2 . ; @ b " . n ) 5 . A 9 6 A 6 4 . A 6 < ; 6 ; C < 9 C 2 @ 5 B ; 1 ? 2 1 @ < 3 9 . D t @ B 6 A @ A 5 . A 5 . C 2 / 2 2 ; 3 6 9 2 1 / F . D 6 1 2 . ? ? . F < 3 = . ? A 6 2 @ . 4 . 6 ; @ A & b ) ? . ; @ < 0 2 . ; A 5 2 < D ; 2 ? < 3 A 5 2 < 6 9 ? 6 4 . ; 1 < A 5 2 ? @ n ; < ; 2 . @ t = 2 0 A < 3 A 5 2 9 6 A 6 4 . A 6 < ; b ) ? . ; @ < 0 2 . ; 5 . @ @ < B 4 5 A A < 9 6 : 6 A 6 A @ 9 6 . / 6 9 6 A F A < A 5 2 @ 0 ? . = C . 9 t B 2 < 3 A 5 2 < 6 9 ? 6 4 I . = = ? < E 6 : . A 2 9 F : 6 9 t 9 6 < ; n ) 5 2 7 B 1 4 2 < C 2 ? @ 2 2 6 ; 4 A 5 2 9 6 A 6 4 . A 6 < ; 5 . @ 6 : = < @ 2 1 . 1 2 . 1 9 6 ; 2 < 3 = ? 6 9 f b f r r b 3 < ? . ; F 6 ; A 2 ? 2 @ A 2 1 = . ? A F A < . @ @ 2 ? A 0 2 ? A . 6 ; 0 9 . 6 : @ . 4 . 6 ; @ A ) ? . ; @ < 0 2 . ; n ) 5 2 1 2 . 1 9 6 ; 2 1 < 2 @ ; < A . = = 9 F A < . ; F 9 6 A 6 t 4 . 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Help WantedLICENSED AGENTSProperty and Casualty office looking for experienced 440 Licensed Agents in Homeowners and Auto Insurance.Starting pay; $10-$12 per hour PLUS BONUS based on experience.Please email all Resumes to;Brandon McCoy @ Brandon@alliance321.com or call 888-792-1685 FirstDayMAINTENANCE TECHNICIANneeded at local apartment community in Mayo, FL.Must have previous experience in maintenance and construction and HVAC certification. Competitive salary and benefits package offered.Drug Free Work Place and EOE.Applicants can apply at 176 SE Land Ave, Mayo FL or email resumes to humanresources@ royal-american.com FirstDaymanagementHITCHCOCK'S IS GROWING! COME GROW WITH US!We have the following open position at our Jasper location: FT ASST DELI/BAKERY MGR This position includes benefits after 90 days. Please apply online: hr@myhitchcocks.com or FAX resume to: 386-462-5149 Attn:CandiPART TIME LICENSED (440/220)CSR needed for P&C Insurance Agency.Position includes quoting, handling customer service requests, taking payments, other clerical duties. CSR needs good communication & computer skills with ability to cross sell by soliciting new lines of business from existing customers and prospects. Send Resume to: crewsins@windstream.net fax (386) 364-1781 or apply in person at Crews Insurance, 943 Ohio Ave N., Live Oak, FL. FirstDaySECRETARY/ RECEPTIONISTLive Oak, FL CPA firm seeks full-time secretary/receptionist. See Employment Opportunity at www.liveoakcpa.com Help WantedFirstDaySUMMER JOB FAIRNOW HIRING for Leadership & Team Member Posiitons In: • Attractions* • Lifeguards • Guest Services • Park Services • Merchandise • Games • Food & BeverageAPPLY IN PERSON Thursday,4/28/11 2pm -7pmMust be at least 16 or 18* years old for postionsWE WILL INTERVIEW & HIRE QUALIFIED APPLICANTS ON THE SPOT!Job offers will be contingent on a background check & drug test www.wildadventures.com Job Line:(229) 671-4775 E.O.E, Suwannee River Regional Library System Director DIRECTOR DESIGNATE The Library Director Designate shall take charge of the Suwannee River Regional Library System, on November 1, 2011.The Director in Waiting will be selected prior to that time in order to work with the, to be retired current library director, until November 1, 2011.Interested applicants may obtain a detailed job description, salary range, and an application at the Suwannee County Administrative Services Department, 224 Pine Avenue, Live Oak, Florida 32064 (386) 362-6869, or at http://www.neflin.org/srrl. Applications must be handdelivered, mailed, or expressed.Online applications are not acceptable.Applicants are encouraged to submit resumes, letters of reference, or other biographical information with their application.Successful completion of a drug test is a condition of employment. Background check is required. Within six months from date of hire must reside in Hamilton, Madison, or Suwannee County. Deadline for submitting applications is May 27, 2011 at 4:30 p.m. The Suwannee County Board of County Commissioners is an equal employment opportunity employer that does not discriminate against any qualified employee or applicant because of race, color, national origin, sex including pregnancy, age, disability, or marital status.Spanish speaking individuals are encouraged to apply. EE/AA/V/D Business OpportunitiesAVON! Hiring all over the United States.No territories, sell where you want.Own your own business.$20 sign up online www.start.youravon.com Ref. code# MStubbs 1-800-539-8028 DO YOU EARN $800.00 IN A DAY? Your Own Local Candy Route 25 Machines and Candy All For $9995.00 All Major Credit Cards Accepted 877-9158222 AINB02653 Lost & FoundLOST SMALL BEAGLE, Light Brown & White coloring only.Last seen at Beulah Baptist Church. Red Collar w/tags.Loving family member.REWARD Offered.386776-1416 Special Notices ATTENTION READERSYou should be cautious of calls from interested buyers of your advertised merchandise.If the caller is offering you MOREmoney than what you are asking or suggest sending you a check for more than the amount and requesting you to cash it and just send them back the remaining amount DON'T! THIS IS A SCAM! BE CAUTIOUS,IF IT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE,IT USUALLY IS. Convalescent CareADULT FAMILY HOME CARE: Private Room, 3 Meals daily w/ snacks.Free long distance & cable TV.24 hr care, licensed facility.386-397-2920 EducationWant to be a CNA? Don't want to wait? Express Training is now offering our quality Exam Prep Classes in Lake City,Fl. Class sizes limited. Call for details on the next class!!! 386-755-4401 expresstrainingservices.com Pets/Free PetsFREE PUPPY LOVE: Healthy, happy homes needed for 10 healthy, happy puppies.Mommy is miniature Australian Shepard, and Daddy is Black Lab.All have had their first baby shot & have been dewormed the standard three times.MUST go to good homes.386-658-1187 EducationalAIRLINE MECHANIC Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified Job placement assistance.Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-314-6283 AVIATION MAINTENANCE / AVIONICS Graduate in 14 Months.FAA Approved;financial aid if qualified.Job placement assistance.Call National Aviation Academy Today! 1-800659-2080 or NAA.edu NEED YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA? Finish from home fast for $399! Nationally accredited.EZ pay.Free brochure. www.diplomaathome.com Call 800-470-4723 WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK IN HEALTHCARE BECOME A CNA Quest Training has great classes No HS diploma or GED required if age 18 386-362-1065 FurnitureFirstDayTHREE PIECE NEW LIVINGROOM SUIT :Paid $1700 Asking $500.2 yr old Cherry Curio excell cond large, $400. Misc Items.386-364-5891 Misc.MerchandiseATTENTION DIABETICS with Medicare.Get a FREE Talking Meter and diabetic supplies at NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, this meter eliminates painful finger pricking! 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Send Flowers for Every Occasion! Anniversary, Birthday, Just Because.Starting at just $19.99.Go to www.proflowers.com/Beautiful to receive an extra 20% off your order or Call 1-888-806-9325 REDUCE YOUR CABLE BILL Get a 4-Room All-Digital Satellite system installed for Free and programming starting at $19.99/mo.Free HD/DVR upgrade for new callers, So Call Now.1-800-795-7279 SWIM SPA LOADED! Brand New with Warranty, 3 Pumps, LED lighting, Ozone Deluxe Cover, maintenance free cabinet.Retails for $18,900.Sacrifice $8995. Can deliver.727-851-3217 WANTED YOUR DIABETES TEST STRIPS Unexpired.We buy Any Kind/Brand Pay up to $16.00 per box.Also, IPhones & IPads.Shipping Paid.Call 1800-267-9895 www.SellDiabeticstrips.com Wanted to BuyCASH FOR YOUR COINS! Private collector seeking U.S. coins and currency.Older varieties, all denominations.I travel to you ! I pay more than dealers and pawn! Questions? Call 352-949-1450. FirstDayUSED LAWN MOWERS WANTED, Running or Not.We Sell New & Used Parts.386-6234290 WANTED WHOLE JUNK CARS $250 EA.NO TITLE NEEDED 386-878-9260 or 386-752-3648 (FL Residents Only) Apartments for Rent PUBLISHER'S NOTICE All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation and discrimination." Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. Houses for RentFOR RENT 3Bd/1.5Ba NICE HOME In Live Oak.$750 per mo. 386-362-6556 Houses for RentHOUSE 3Bd/2.5Ba Close to Town in Live Oak.Nice Lot, No Pets, References Req., $775mo plus Deposit.386-590-2126 FirstDayNICE BRICK HOME, 3bd/1bath Nice Yard, Big Kitchen $750.00 month Call 386-288-8746 STOP RENTING! Lease option to buy.Rent to own! No Money Down.No Credit check! Call Now 1-888-270-0372 VERY CLEAN 1Bd/1BA $550mo, 1st, last $300 Dep.NO PETS 386-362-3002 or 318-840-4802 Mobile Homes for RentFirstDayFOR RENT 2BR/1BA Trailer $350 per month.LAFAYETTE CO, FL No Pets.(386) 294-1634 SWMH 2Bd/1.5Ba W/D Hook up, Sm Inside Dog or Cat Only.$450 mo, 1st, Last, $200 Security.Call Randy 386-688-3736 VERY CLEAN 3Bd/2Ba 1 Mile from Live Oak, $650mo 1st, last, $300 Dep.386-362-3002 or 318840-4802 Homes for Sale2004 3Bd/2Ba Home on 18 acres, W/Shed plus car port, private, 1 mi from I-75 & exit 460 (Investment Property) DSL & 3g, <1k tax.$169k 772-713-6080 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3Bd/1Ba $56,000.Owner Financing Available.Nice lot in City of Jasper.386-303-1258 HOME FOR SALE:COUNTRY LIVING 5Bd/2.5Ba, 3200 Sq.Ft. on 10 Plus Acres near Wellborn. 2,000 sq ft Living Area..1200 sq ft Storage.REDUCED TO $120,000 $110,000 Cash 386-362-5259 or 386-984-9532 Before 9:30 p.m. SECLUDED HORSE FARM off Hwy.129.Built in 1976.20+ acres.1800 sq.ft., 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace.Asking $155,000.Call Phoebe Menzer, 941-628-5165. Mobile Homes for SaleATTRACTIVE,CLEAN 3bdrm /2bath, double wide, 2000 sq.ft on 1 acre, sunroom, fireplace, garden tub, 1 mile from Advent Christian Village, $90,000.call 765-576-0559 DWMH 2007 3Bd/2Ba Merit on 1 Acre,Paved Rd. Very Well Maint, 2 Decks, 2 Storage Bldgs w/Elec.240 SW Doe Rd, Mayo $66,000 Many UP-GRADES 386294-3203 FirstDayFREE QUALIFICATION on New Mobile Home & Land/Home Packages and Modular Homes. Call Mike 386-623-4218. FirstDayNEW & USED MOBILE HOMES Cash Pricing or Banks All In One Deal.Turn Key Quick Sale on All Homes.Call 386-623-4218 FirstDayNEW LAND HOME PACKAGE Starting at 5% Rate call Mike to see it you Qualified Today Before they are all gone 386-623-4218 FirstDayOWNER FINANCE 6% W/5% DOWN on a New Modular.Home is in Deer Creek Subdivision, very nice & will kept Community. Call Lynn 386-365-4774 FirstDayPALM HARBOR TRIPLEWIDE on 1 acre in Jasper w/Carport, Large Decks some furniture very nice! FHA financing w/$3500 down & $552 mo! 386-365-8549 Acreage/Land/Lots for SaleGEORGIA HOMESITES Riverfront development, 6 miles paved road frontage, power, DSL, telephone.Gated boat ramp.3 acre tracts $6950/acre, larger tracts starting $3950/p.ac.Buy direct from owner 912-529-6198 NORTHWESTERN WISCONSIN NEW HOME, Iron River, WI. 3,000+ SF.4BR/3BA/2CG, handicapped accessible, finished walkout basement w/fireplace, furniture included.$257,900. Additional Lots Available. HALFMOONLAKEESTATES.CO M 1-866-927-6757 OWN 20 ACRES Only $129. per/mo..$295/down near growing El Paso Texas (safest city in America!) Money back guarantee, no credit checks, owner financing.Free map/pictures 1-800-843-7537 www.sunsetranches.com ONE ACRE PAVED RD FRONTAGE, Beautifully Wooded, Owner Finance, No Down.$14,900 Only $153/mo. 352-215-1018 www.LandOwnerFinancing.com Vacation Property/SalesBRING THE FAMILY! Warm up with our Winter and Spring specials at Florida's Best Beach, New Smyrna Beach.See it at www.NSBFLA.com/Specials Or Call 1-800-541-9621 GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS! Spectacular Estate.Vistas Galore! Was $1,100,000 Now $775,000 Turnkey! 3BR Home. Sweeping Views! Was $850,000, Now $595,000 Turnkey! Homesites.Villas www.TheRidgesatTellicoLake.co m 239-253-2332 NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS E-Z to finish log cabin shell, includes 1.1acres $89,900.10acre riverfront homesite $59,900.E-Z Bank Financing! Call for free info packet 828-247-9966 (Code41) SELL/RENT YOUR TIMESHARE FOR CASH!!! Our Guaranteed Services will Sell/ Rent Your Unused Timeshare for CASH! Over $95 Million Dollars offered in 2010! www.sellatimeshare.com (877)554-2430 TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN LAND 5+ Acres, excellent home or cabin site, part open, part wooded, surveyed, on private country road, $17,900.By owner, Owner financing.931-783-3559 Autos for SaleBOATS; 1000's of boats for sale www.floridamariner.com reaching 6 million homes weekly throughout Florida.800-3889307, tide charts, broker profiles, fishing captains, dockside dining and more. Trucks for SaleNISSAN 1998 FRONTIER Truck: A/C, 5 Speed, 4 Cyl, Excellent Condition, 35 Mile Per Gallon. $5000 John 386-249-1570 FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN THE CLASSIFIEDS TODAY

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