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Lake City, Florida


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close watch


Federal and state
agencies are observing
the intentional fires.
By JUSTIN LANG
jlang@lakecityreporter.com
After starting an 8,500-acre
controlled burn Tuesday to
remove underbrush in the
Osceola National Forest, local
forestry agencies only had
one visit from the Lake City
Fire Department.
"We had a link in communi-
cation fail, but we fixed that."
said Bill Foster, U.S. Forestry
Service fire management offi-
cer for the forest. '"They just
kind of smiled when they saw
us."
After putting the word out
to local law enforcement and
emergency services agencies
throughout the county, Foster
said one resident in the area
was still concerned about
smoke she saw coming from
the forest and called the fire
department.
But while many r-s;iderl-
may have seen, or smelled
smoke during the week,
Foster wanted to reassure
people that there is nothing to
worry about and the large
plumes of smoke they contin-
ue to see are intentional.
The U.S. Forestry Service
and Florida Division of
Forestry are working togeth-
er to burn away underbrush


iOur biggest concern
right now is public
safety.5
Bill Foster
U.S. Forestry Service
- in segments that could
be prime fuel for wildfires in
the southwest corner of the
national forest. That portion
of the forest directly abuts res-
idential property in the
Watertown area and north-
east Lake City.
On Friday, the agencies
were conducting a 350-acre
burn in the Gum Swamp Road
area near Still Road.
Driving this reporter
around the freshly burned
site through mud and
bumper-deep water in a four-
wheel-drive truck, Foster and
County Forester John
Handrick of the DOF talked
about the burn's progress.
"Our biggest concern right
now is public safety," Foster
dd. .
So far, lie said the agencies
have been successful in work-
ing together to burn about
1,800 acres.
Because being able to burn
safely depends on fickle
weather conditions, the agen-
cies are planning to finish the
BURN
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Officer B. Peeler sits in a cell in the newly constructed N dormitory at Columbia
Correctional Institution state prison. Many new improvements and new construction proj-
ects continue to bolster one of the county's largest employers.


CCI construction project adds


new jobs, more beds at facility


Expansion project
nears its final stages
at Columbia prison.
By ASHLEY CISNEROS
acsnercs@,'laHecit reporter.corn
Construction of the expan-
sion at the Columbia
Correctional Institution is
almost complete.
"I1 think that the depart-
ment is in need of additional
beds due to the influx of pris-
EXPAND
Continued on Page 6A


JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter
Light spills out of the shower stalls at the newly construct-
ed N dormitory at Columbia Correctional Institution in Lake


Two prisons

boost county's

economic life

State-run and private
institutions dominate
Columbia employment.
By ASHLEY CISNEROS
acisneros@lakecityreporter.com
, Growth at two prisons in
Columbia County have yield-
ed many new jobs in the area.
"I am proud to say that we
employ a staff of more than
600 people from all over the
region," said Warden Steven
E Singer of Columbia
Correctional Institution.
"We have no problem find-
ing good correctional offi-
cers," Singer said. "They go
through an extensive criminal
justice standards program at
our training academy in
Olustee."
Michelle Knapp, recruiter
of correctional officers for
CCI, said 100 new employees
were hired recently to fill new
positions. Applications for
remaining positions are, still
being accepted.
"EN cn if there are no open-
ings at the time, we hold on to
the applications for when they
do arise," she said. ,
Many are attracted to enter
corrections due to its lucrative
benefits. Starting wages for
prison employees at CCI are
approximately $29,000 a year.
Training is paid by the Florida
Department of Corrections
BOOST
Continued on Page 6A


LCCF expansion more than halfway complete


Additional beds will
mean additional jobs
for Lake City.
By ASHLEY CISNEROS
acisneros@lakecityreporter.com
Construction of 544 addi-
tional beds is more than
halfway complete at the
Lake City Correctional
Facility.
The expansion will add to
the 350 beds the minimum
to medium security prison
currently has. Construction
started in June of last year
and is scheduled to be com-
pleted by the middle of
April.


Most of the inmates desig-
nated for the facility are first-
time offenders from the
Florida Department of
Corrections and are sen-
tenced from courts around
the state.
"There continues to be a
growing need for facilities
for youth inmates, and it
doesn't look like it is going
to slow anytime soon,"
Warden Fred Lawson
explained.
Each of the new cells will
hold two inmates and is
equipped with two bunks,
one sink, a lavatory and a
BEDS
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ASHLEY CISNEROS/Lake City Reporter
Construction is more than halfway complete on a new unit at
the Lake City Correctional Facility. The new addition will
house 544 inmates.


YMCA increases presence with programs, facilities in Lake City
Citys newest wellness wellness center, located in the H" ''' Youth sports planned as addition to schedule
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center offers opportunity
for family well-being.
By RANDY ROUGHTON
rroughton@lakecityreporter.com
The Ellis home seemed a little
lonely once Josh Ellis left for
Marine Corps basic training. His
parents, Wally and Sandy Ellis,
needed an activity to fill some of
their new-found free time.
The YMCA filled the void.
The Lake City Family YMCA


ateway liaza at MLe U.i. 9U and
Baya Avenue intersection, has
given the couple something new
and productive to do together
outside of their recently empty
nest.
"We like the atmosphere here
because it's so family-oriented,"
said Ellis, who mostly works out
with free weights While his wife
hits the weight machines, as well
as regular yoga classes.
YMCA
Continued on Page 5A


JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter
Sandy Ellis (left), lifts free weights with husband
Wally Ellis in the YMCA Wellness Center.


By RANDY ROUGHTON
rroughton@lakecityreporter. corn
With New Year's resolutions
still basically intact, January is
an opportune, as well as afford-
able, time to join the Lake City
Family YMCA.
The membership drive,
which began with the opening
of the wellness center in
December, has been extended
at least through January, with
no joiner's fee. To join, mem-


bers pay the first month's pay-
ment: $23 for adults, $18 for
senior citizens and college stu-
dents, $28 for single parents
and $32 for families.
The YMCA, with its motto of
"Building healthy spirit, mind
and body," is also continuing to
add new programs and servic-
es. Work happens daily in the
wellness center, with new
PROGRAM
Continued on Page 5A


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LOCAL & STATE



WWII bombers to drop on Lake City Monday


By JUSTIN LANG
jlang@lakecityreporter.com

Two of the most famous
military aircraft in American
history are planning to make
a drop on Lake City Monday
to visit local people and veter-
ans.
Courtesy of the Collings
Foundation of Stow, Mass., a'
non-profit educational organi-
zation which promotes living
history, a fully restored
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress
and North American B-25
Mitchell are scheduled to
arrive at the Lake City
Municipal Airport at about 2
p.m. Monday.
Ken Miles, a spokesman
for the Collings Foundation,
said Lake City was chosen as
one of the stops on its "Wings
of Freedom Tour," which is
celebrating the 60th anniver-
sary of World War II this year.
"Most people are familiar
with these aircraft (WWII
bombers) because they have
seen them in movies, but it is
even more rare that they see
them fly and even actually
more rare that they can actu-
ally take a flight on board," he
said.
Miles said the planes are an.
excellent opportunity for
World War II veterans to see
aircraft many haven't seen in
60 years and for younger gen-
erations to learn more about
the history of aviation and
America.
After the planes arrive
Monday from a stop in
Jacksonville, people can see
them on display at the gener-
al aviation ramp at the airport
(the small, white building
directly off U.S. 90 East) until
about 4:30 p.m. They will then


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A fully restored North American B-25 Mitchell (above), along
with the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, is scheduled to arrive
at the Lake City Municipal Airport Monday afternoon.


stay in town until Wednesday
and can be viewed from 9
a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Tuesday
and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Wednesday, when they will
again take off for a stop in
Orlando.
People can tour both air-
craft for a donation of $7 for
adults and $3 for children.
Miles said that money is used
to pay for the maintenance of
the aircraft, which costs about
$3,100 per flight hour.
For a much higher dona-
tion, visitors can pay $400 per
person (tax deductible) to
take a 30-minute flight in the
B-17 or fly for 25 minutes in
the B-25 for $300 per person
for a rear compartment pas-
senger .or $375 for the for-
ward compartment. Those
interested can call 978-562-
9182 until Monday morning
for a reservation and more
information. ,
Miles said for many, taking
a flight on a B-17 or B-25 is a


"lifelong dream."
"It's just an experience they
have always wanted, and we
are here to offer that to
them," he said.
For World War II veterans,
he said, seeing the planes can
be a very personal event as
they bring out many
repressed memories.
For those who either flew
in the aircraft or were in the
infantry, Miles said those vet-
erans often feel like they owe
the B-17 and/or B-25 their
lives. Being able to see the
planes again can give the vet-
erans a chance to share a
piece of their own personal
history as well, he said.
"We often get letters from
veterans or their families to
tell us their story and how
happy they were to see the
planes again," Mile said.
He said the planes have
been touring the U.S. for 16
years, but this year's tour will
be more extensive and


COURTESY PH(
The Collings' Foundation's Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, shown flying above the Statue of
Liberty, is one of only seven still operating.


include 130 cities across the
country.
The Collings Foundation's
B-17 is one of only seven still
flying, after 12,000 were origi-
nally built in WWII to serve as
daylight heavy strategic
bombers. They were heavily
used in the European theater
to conduct bombing runs
behind enemy lines. One of
the best known was the
"Memphis Belle," for which a
feature movie was made.
Miles said the B-17 used for
the tour was never in combat
and built toward the end of
the war. It was purchased in
the mid-1980s from a private
owner who used it as a fire


bomber, he said, and restored
to its wartime condition by
the Collings Foundation.
. Each of its four engines can
be used for 500 hours of run
time and costs $45,000 to
replace, he said. As it uses
about 600 gallons of fuel per
hour as well, he said, the
operating costs to fly the air-
craft are enormous.
The B-25 the Collings
Foundation flies is a medium-
duty bomber and is one of
about' 30 still flying out of
about 10,000 that were origi-
nally produced, Miles said.
After the war it was sold-to a
private owner as military sur-
plus and sat "for quite a


while" before being pur-
chased for the foundation and
fully restored.
Robert Collings, an avid
historian, founded the
Collings Foundation in 1979
to help Americans "learn
more about their heritage
through direct participation."
For its "Wings of Freedom"
tour, the B-17 typically flies
with a Consolidated B-24J
Liberator, but that plane is
due for repainting. However,
while it won't be seen by the
general public, Miles said the
B-24 is scheduled to be flown
into the Lake City airport
Wednesday to Timco, which
will perform the paint job.


Local Moose Lodge contributes


to Special Olympics program


By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com

The Lake City Moose
Lodge #624 recently gave a
contribution to the Columbia
County Special Olympics pro-
gram.
John Morrison, Governor
of Lake City Moose Lodge
#624, presented the check
during an impromptu cere-
mony at Richardson Middle
School earlier in the month.
Morrison said the Moose
Lodge normally makes an
annual donation to the
Columbia County Special
Olympics by sending the
money through their home
office.
However, he said, this year
they decided to handle things
in a different manner.
"Normally, in the past,
we've sent the check to the
state headquarters in
Clermont, but we felt like the
people in Columbia County
didn't know what we do," he
said.
"So, I felt like we ought to
present the check to
Columbia County Special


TONY BRITT/Lake City Reporter
John Morrison (from left) Governor of Lake City Moose Lodge No. 624, presents Barbara
Stone and Katherine Mills, of the Columbia County Special Olympics program with a check.
Mills said the funds will be used to help the local Special Olympics program.


Olympics and in turn, they
can send it to Clermont."
Katherine Mills, Columbia
County Special Olympics pub-
lic relations director, said the


donation will help the pro-
gram by paying for trips,
hotel costs and food purchas-
es and anything else the
Special Olympians need dur-


ing an event.
'We are happy to accept
this donation, which is going
toward Columbia County
Special Olympics," she said.


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Prisons lock up


sound economy

t's good to hear good' news coming
from both prison facilities in
Columbia County. When words such
as "expansion" or "budget increases"
or "new jobs" all crop up with the
prison facilities in this county, we get excit-
ed.
Both Columbia Correctional Institution
and the Lake City Correctional Facility
represent the best in inmate housing
offered in this state. There are not any bet-
ter managed correctional facilities in the
- state and the growth of the units at these
has been phenomenal.
We're not advocating crime, but we do
advocate punishment where it applies after
a conviction and we're glad both facilities -
the private prison that contracts with the
state and the state-run prison are here
and thriving in Columbia County.
Prisons make a good neighbor for a
thriving community.
The jobs are good both in salary and
benefits and we all know there's job
security working in corrections.
We're pleased to hear of the expansions
and jobs already created, plus those about
to be unveiled.
Here's hoping for much success with
the future endeavors and continued
growth as a mainstay in the Columbia
County economy.



Today is Sunday, Jan. 23, the 23rd day of
2005. There are 342 days left in the year.

Today's Highlight in History:

On Jan. 23, 1973, President Nixon
announced an accord had been reached to
end the Vietnam War.

On this date:

In 1789, Georgetown University was
established in present-day Washington,
D.C.
In 1845, Congress decided all national
elections would be held on the first Tuesday
after the first Monday in November.
In 1920, the Dutch government refused
demands from the victorious Allies to hand
over the ex-kaiser of Germany.
In 1932, New York Gov. Franklin D.
Roosevelt announced his candidacy for the
Democratic presidential nomination.
In 1943, critic Alexander Woollcott suf-
fered a fatal heart attack during a live broad-
cast of the CBS radio program "People's
Platform."
In 1950, the Israeli Knesset approved a
resolution proclaiming J,.ru.,l-rii the capi-
tal of Israel.
In 1964, the 24th amendment to the
Constitution, eliminating the poll tax in fed-
eral elections, was ratified.
In 1968, North Korea seized the U.S.
Navy ship "Pueblo," charging its crew with
being on a spying mission. (The crew was
released 11 months later.)
In 1985, debate in Britain's House of
Lords was carried on live television for the
first time.
In 1989, surrealist :irlit Salv;,lor Dali
died in his native Spain at age 84.
Ten years ago: The Supreme Court ruled
that companies accused of firing employees
illegally could not escape liability by later
finding a lawful reason to justify the dis-
missal.
Five years ago: The dark satire "American
Beauty" won the Golden Globe for best film
drama, while "The Sopranos" won best tele-
vision drama. The Tennessee Titans


advanced to the Super Bowl by beating the
Jacksonville Jaguars 33-14 in the AFC
Championship game.


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.D. DuBose, prominent pioneer
businessman and town builder,
died last week at age 93. Many

community leaders have paid trib-
ute to him, and his son David
wrote these loving words to his father in a
recent birthday card: "You are a model for
what God meant all men to be. You have always
been my model and guide for all that is good
and right in man. If all men were raised by a
man like you,, there would be no wars, poverty
or crime like we have in the world today. God
needs to make a lot more men just like you."
Every father dreams of getting a fine letter
like that from a son.
A well-known sidelight of A.D.'s life was his
unbridled passion for vanilla ice cream but his
serious avocation was his service with the
Gideon Society prison ministry. For some 30
years he delivered Bibles, sermon tapes, and
his personal Christian testimony every week to
inmates at the Columbia County Detention
Center. A.D. believed without doubt in the
supreme power of the Gospel to change the
lives of even the worst reprobates. When he
became too old to drive to the jail, his wife
drove him. When he became too feeble to walk
the cell blocks, he used a cane. When his sack
full of Bibles got too heavy, he. got a suitcase on
wheels. He kept going and going and going
until he could go no longer.
Former Sheriff Frank Owens well recalls the
night the Columbia County Sheriff's
Department recognized A.D., then 90 years
old, for the umpteenth time at their annual
awards banquet. As AD. slowly trudged for-
ward to accept his plaque, every employee in,
the sheriff's department and every guest,
more than 200 people, rose to their feet as one
and expressed their love for him with a pro-
longed standing ovation. No man ever
deserved one more.
Rest in Peace, A. D. DuBose, thou good and
faithful servant. If Heaven has front row seats,
there will be one there for you and there is
also sure to be a double dip of vanilla ice cream
awaiting you there too.

Charley Horse Wilson

James Wilson was a rugged, hard hitting
lineman for the old all black Richardson High
School football team. Sometimes he tackled
opposing ball carriers so hard they came up
limping, like they had a painful Charley horse.
So, his teammates goodnaturedly nicknamed
him Charley Horse Wilson and that nickname
has stayed with him 'til this day.
Evidently Charley Horse passed on his hard
hitting tackling ability to his son Reinard who


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MORRIS
WILLIAMS


was known as a ferocious hitter for Columbia
High School, the Florida State University
Seminoles, the Cincinnati Bengals, and the
Tampa Bay Bucs. What's the old saying? Like
father, like son. :
And Reinard's nickname? "Big Country,"
because he reportedly showed his rural back-
ground one day when he chased an armadillo
across the FSU practice field and maybe
even once wrestled an alligator but that's a
story for another day.

Thanks, Grace

Thanks to schoolmate Grace Boone for giv-
ing our School Museum a variety of school
photos, several CHS Tiger newspapers from
the mid-1950s, and a valuable copy of "Century
in the Sun," the commemorative book mark-
ing Lake City's 100th birthday (1859-1959)
Retired Gifted Program teachers Lorraine
Kirkland and Barbara Cheesman gave our
Gifted Program building its modern name, The
Chrysalis Center, referring to bright young
students still in the process of development.
Great name...We all still sorely miss 18-year-old
Alicia Lakoal Smith (1985-2003) who was killed
in a car crash on the Falling Creek Road where
a roadside sign near NW Mickler Glen marks
the place where she died. Alicia was a beauti-
ful young woman with personality plus. She
was a CHS honor student who was college
bound and a popular server at the Texas
Roadhouse Restaurant. Her aunt is
Narragansett Smith, highly successful Niblack
Elementary School principal.

Lot's Wife

The Sunday School teacher was describing
how the biblical Lot's wife disobediently
looked back and turned into a pillar of salt.
Little Johnny interrupted and said, "My Mama
looked back once while she was driving, and
she turned into a telephone pole."

Morris Williams is a Columbia County resident
and historian. Contact him at
williams_h2@firn.edu or 755-8183.


I ET E T HE E IT R


Donations for a
good cause

I would like to inform the
citizens of Columbia County
that the jars they see at the
cash registers in S&S are
going to a good cause. My son
was in the hospital for 13 days
at Shands at UF
While there, he had access
to a room full of fun things to


do. Computers, coloring,
Nintendo games, board
games, reading material, they
also had games on wheels
that can be brought to your
room if you are bedridden.
This is what the money you
donate to S&S goes for.
The people told us that S&S
was one of the biggest sup-
porters for this room and its
contents. So if you have a
spare dime, quarter or nickel,


maybe even a dollar or two,
donate it to the children who
have to stay in the hospital. It
really does go to a very good
cause. My son said he had fun
while he was in the hospital.
A great big thank you to
Lester Scaff and all the good
people at S&S and also to the
people who donate the
money.
Debra Taylor
Lake City


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A passionate


poll question

In case anyone wondered whether the
hiring of a new head football coach at
Columbia High is a hot topic of con-
versation locally, the answer is an
emphatic "Yes."
Word that the football coach search com-
mittee had recommended former top Tiger
Danny Green be rehired after a one-year
absence in Georgia was the talk at coffee
shops and lunch counters around Lake City
last week. Green put together a very suc-
cessful program during his first run as the
Tigers' head man, and many support his
candidacy as a result. But any head coach
who stays in one town for long will also
make his share of ,enemies. There have
been dissenting voices regarding Green's
return, as well.
Enter the Lake City Reporter. The news-
paper offers an online poll at the bottom of
the home page on its lakecityreportercom
Web site that asks questions of local or
national interest. We usually leave the ques-
tion up for a week, but the one we put up last
Wednesday evening generated so much
heat we took it down after only 24 hours.
The question was: Danny Green resigned
as Columbia High School head football
coach last year to take a coaching position in
Georgia. He recently applied to get his old
job back and has been recommended for the
slot, pending school board approval. Do you
think Green should be rehired?
Results of the poll. are: "Yes. Bring him
back." at 45.5 percent, with "No. Get some-
one new." at 54.5 percent.
It was a simple, straightforward question
that gave a little background and then asked
.for an opinion. Boy did it generate some
W eb activity. .- .. : .- ; ,! ,
In 24 hours, 1,688 votes were cast. The
lakecityreporter.com Web site averages bet-
ter than 70,000 hits, 3,000 visitors and
10,900 page views per day. But the majority
of those visitors don't vote in the online poll.
To have 1,688 votes cast in one day indicat-
ed to us that we had touched a nerve.
Another not-so-subtle clue was that the
computers were smoking and the phone
lines buzzing.
Some people told us it was an unfair ques-
tion to ask. Others alleged the votes weren't
being tabulated correctly. A few even won-
dered why they couldn't vote twice from the
same computer.
We feel the poll question was fair because
it addressed a topic that has been on the tip
of a lot of tongues. Our goal with online polls
is not to be a scientific measure of opinion,
but a general guide of local sentiment on
whatever given issue is being tested.
Green's rehiring is of compelling local inter-
est CHS football is big stuff and folks are
curious to know how others think about the
issue.
When a reader inquired as to whether our
vote tabulation software was working :cor-
rectly we immediately tested it in-ho'use and
through our Web host, Town News. Both
tests verified that votes were being placed in
the right categories.
Town News hosts hundreds of newspaper
Web sites across the United States. The
technology specialist we spoke with said
they had never received reports of a Web
poll tabulation problem and ours was work-
ing correctly.
As to why a person can't vote twice from
the same computer: That's because we don't
want anybody stuffing the ballot box.
I don't know coach Green. His last foot-
ball season coincided with my first months
on the job here. He must know his business,
though, or Columbia would never have been
as successful during his tenure as it was.
But Green obviously has some fences to
mend, also. Even if a bunch of opponents
got together and tried to organize a vote-no
campaign, that's a lot of negative sentiment.
We don't intend to editorialize one way or
the other on the recommendation that
Green be rehired. Some serious, motivated
people served .on the committee that
screened the coaching candidates, and their
opinion must be considered.
We'll stand behind Green or any other
coach who is hired, but first and foremost
we support the Tigers and all our Lake City
'and Fort White teams.
By the way, the new lakecityreportercom
poll has a question about whether schools
should introduce intelligent design, also
called creationism, alongside the theory of
evolution in class. Let us know what you
think.
Michael Leonard is publisher of the Lake
City Reporter Call him at 754-0418.









5A LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2005

LOCAL & NATION ____


YMCA
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The YMCA prides itself on
providing that family atmos-
phere, both in the wellness
center, which opened in
December, and the Lake City
YMCA Family Center on Hall
of Fame Drive.
"The Y is for the family,"
said Kristie Staylor, Lake City
Family YMCA executive
branch director. "Our motto is
'Strong Kids, Strong Families,
Strong Communities.'
"When we started looking
around town, we saw the gyms
cater either to men or women,
not really to the family. So we
figured that was a market we
could tap into with the well-
ness center."
The wellness center offers
free weights, cardio equip-
ment and classes like aerobics
and yoga., Dance, karate and
preschool gymnastics classes
will begin in February.
Jogging classes and youth
sports will also be added in the
near future.
Members also have access
to personal trainers and free
fitness assessments by
appointment.
A child watch area, staffed 8
to 11 a.m. Monday through
Saturday and 4 to 7:30 p.m.
weekdays by YMCA staff
members, is available.
"We call them wellness cen-
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Chelsea Boyette (left), Jorden Bestland, and Phillip Renew
machines at the YMCA Wellness Center in Lake City.,


just give you a set of weights to
work with," Staylor said. "We
also do a lot of health seminars
and fitness assessments.
- "A lot of what we do is per
request of the members."
One request that will soon
be a new YMCA feature is the
"Generations" room.
"In the mornings, seniors
can come in and do arts and
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tinually being added.
"We're brainstorming a lot,
.; trying to come up with new
things to add," said Kristie
S" Staylor, Lake City Family
YMCA executive branch
director. "So as we grow and
members ask for different
things, we'll be constantly
adding to what we have.
SWe already have plans for
expansion in our wellness cen-
ter. We don't want it to ever be
a gym where you come in and
have to wait 30 minutes for a
piece of equipment or for car-
dio."
The, no-wait advantage to a.
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enjoy best. The Columbia
High School students also like
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JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter makes conversation easy as
exercise on the cross-trainer they pass their time on the
LifeForce Cross-Trainer.
There's also an added
and 14 and 15-year-olds must advantage when they work out
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ers class that covers basic infor- "It makes it more enjoy-
deo nation on nutrition, strength able," Boyette said. "You can
ust training and cardio-respirato- work out and talk at the same
-to ry fitness. time."
The wellness center is Aerobics and yoga are
will open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. week- already available, with karate
fur- daYs. 9 .a.m. to 5 p.m. and youth sports coming
Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. soon. Aerobics classes are
can Sunday. For more informa-, offered at 5:30 p.m. Monday
but tion, call 719-YMCA. and 9 a.m. Friday, and yoga is
at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, but
plans are to eventually
Increase both classes to five
per week, Staylor said.
Programs for children have
been important to the YMCA
- Family Center since its open-
S ing in Lake City about eight
years ago. The east Lake City
location, located, at 323 NW


Hall of Fame Drive, has a pool,
mini-golf course and
amphitheater.
An after-school children's
day camp also operates out of
YMCA Family Center.
Children from Eastside, Five
Points, Niblack,. Summers and
Melrose Elementary Schools,
Lake City and Richardson
Middle Schools and
Tabernacle Baptist Academy
are provided transportation to
the YMCA day camp. On-site
programs are also offered at
Columbia City and Westside
Elementary Schools.
Perhaps most importantly,
children learn how to swim,
even those from families who
can't afford the fees, with the
help of YMCA scholarships.
"One thing the Y prides
itself on is 'the ability to play
without the ability to pay,'"
Staylor said. "We don't want to
ever turn anyone away. There
is financial assistance for
every program we offer. We
will find a way to make it
work."
The YMCA is about to begin
its "Invest in Youth" campaign,
which raises money for schol-
arships.
While making sure each
child learns to swim, is one of
the top priorities for the Hall of
Fame YMCA, staff members
also want children to learn
other important lessons dur-
ing their time with them.
'"The thing I tell our staff is
I don't care if our children
ever go home learning the
rules to a particular game,"
said Adria Kilbreath, child
care and aquatics director.
"But if they go home each
day knowing the people who
work at the Y love them and
think, they're fantastic chil-
dren, then we've done our
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LOCAL & STATE


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and officers can receive insur-
ance coverage, paid vacation,
paid holidays,, paid sick leave
and early retirement opportu-
.nities.
Candidates wanting to work
for the state prison must be at.
,least 19, have a high school
, diploma, be a United States cit-
izen and have no felony con-
victions.
They must also pass a basic
.ability test, a physical exam, a
drug test, and complete basic
recruit training. They must
Also have no first-degree mis-
demeanors, involving perjury
or false statements.
The growth at the prisons
attracts residents from all over
the region. "Some of our staff
travels from Gainesville,
Macclenny and of course Lake
City," Singer said.
Jobs are created at all phas-
es of the new construction
projects. "Prisons within the
community elevate the
employment levels," said
Correctional Officer Major
Billy Jarvis. "You have the con-
tractors, plumbers and electri-
cians who get work when the
construction is going on and
then after it is completed, you
have even more employment
opportunities."
In addition to providing pub-
lic safety by. following, man-
dates from the courts, prisons
in the area actually save tax
dollars. The inmates them-
selves contribute by working


on contracts made by the
prison,'Jarvis said.
'They repair guardrails and
potholes in the road, which
means that taxpayers don't
have to pay minimum-wage
workers to do the job," he
explained. "It saves money."
Executive Director of the
Lake City-Columbia County
Chamber of Commerce Jim
Poole agrees.
"We are unique in the fact
that we are fortunate to have
both the public and private
prisons here," he said. "They
both contribute so much to
the county by employing a
large amount of the residents
and also through community
services."
He said that in addition to
road work, the state prison
contributes by sending work
crews to the schools on the
weekends to do maintenance
projects like painting.
In addition, Poole said the
private prison, Lake City
Correctional Facility, donates
money to local causes and
organizations like United Way
and March of Dimes.
Warden Fred Lawson of the
Lake City Correctional Facility
said his staff is eager to con-
tribute to the area.
"We recently donated
$1,000 for a new playground,
and we do events like Relay for
Life," he said. "We have a float
in the Christmas parade, sev-
eral of our administrative staff
sits on boards around the
county, and it seems that we
are always busy doing some-
thing."


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Continued From Page 1A

owners in the Florida penal sys-
tem," said CCI Warden Steven
E Singer.
He said the growth is also
"good for the economy," as 63
more staff members will be
hired pending completion of
the project. Starting wages of
prison employees start at
approximately $29,000 a year.
Currently, three secure
housing units are complete,
and each can hold 240
inmates. Another is 'under con-,
struction and will be complet-
ed by the middle of February,
Singer said.
The total construction cost
of phase one of the new annex
is $29.7 million, said Sterling
Ivey, Public Affairs Director of
the Florida Department of
Corrections.
The construction is being
supervised by Quinton Ford,
Construction Projects
Administrator for the Florida
Department of Corrections
and Ajax Construction, Inc.
from Ocala, is doing the phys-
ical construction, Ivey said.
On Tuesday, Gov. Bush
unveiled his new budget that
potentially allocates an addi-
tional $16.3 million for 788


more beds.
"By the end of it, we will be
able to hold 1,748 inmates at
that unit," Singer said. "Then I
think our growth will be fully
realized."
The annex will serve as a
receiving area for inmates
from all over the state who
have reoccurring medical
appointments at the Lake
Butler institution.
"For example, if there is an
inmate from Miami who has
three sequential appointments
up here, we can hold him at
the annex and save in trans-
portation costs that would
occur by sending him back to
Miami and bringing him back
again," Singer explained.
The completed annex will
also be used as a holding area
for inmates already processed
at Lake Butler who are travel-
ing back to their institutions
across the state.
"We will have approximately
3,600 inmates among our main
unit, the work camp, the work
release program and annex if
this new construction is
approved," Singer said.
Upon approval, the con-
struction of the new area
should be tentatively complet-
ed by October 2006.


JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter
A view from atop the central observation tower at Columbia
Correctional Institution. The prison is expanding and adding
new jobs.


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small table for writing.
The Lake City Correctional
Facility, a privately owned
facility that contracts with the
state to house prisoners, holds
only youth males, as the clos-
est female institution is in
Gadsen County.
"I have inmates here who
are serving 20 to 30 year sen-
tences, but they only- spend
tl~ir...Ji lex..ars -here,".
Lawson said. "It is important
to have that transition facility


before you send them to regu-
lar adult prisons with older
inmates."
Most inmates spend only
three years of their sentence
at the Lake City institution and
are transferred once they turn
25.
With the growth, Lawson
also expects to expand the
facility's educational and voca-
tional programs. Current
inmates may earn their GED
and 38 are in the process of
working on their associate's
.degre froru the community
college.
'Som'e also attend night


classes taught by profes-
sors who come to the facili-
ty to teach, and a few take
correspondence classes
from the University of
Florida and Florida State
University.
Additional inmates equal
new jobs for Columbia County
residents.
"We are increasing our staff
to include approximately 100
more people, about 50 of
which have already been hired
from the Lake City
CoxnmLuniily .C.0oUege. Jciinmuna
justice] program," Laviso i
said.


Ninety percent of the appli-
cations he has received, have
been from local candidates,
but he has also received some
from as far away as California.
"We are looking for more
correctional officers, RNs,
LPNs, mental health staff and
much more," Lawson said.
Part of the reason for the
growth is that the inmates
often get sent back to prison
once they are released.
Lawson says that is because
many .offenders have a hard
tine accepting, responsibility
fur their actions and respect-
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current 'project by March,
when winds become far more
unpredictable.
While many. residents are
still become concerned about
the effects of drifting smoke
from the controlled burn sites,
Handrick said people are far
more understanding after the
wildfires in the summer of
1998.
"You can control the 'fire,


but you can't control the
smoke," he said.
. But overall, he said, people
are often more accepting of
the fact that burning out
underbrush can help reduce
the chances of catastrophic
wildfire.
"Things can quickly
change in a controlled burn,
but most of .the time things
are pretty smooth and they
end up like this," he said,
looking at the ashy forest
floor..
Foster said if weather


conditions are permitting
the Forest Service and DOF
will burn another portion of
the forest on Monday morn-
ing.
As long as they can, he said,
the burn will be conducted
each weekday from about 9
a.m. until about 2 p.m. through
completion of the project.
While the area of the forest
closest to Lake City has yet to
be burned, he said when it
does people should expect to
see large plumes of smoke
from town.


Obituary


Charles Henry Frazier, Sr.
Mr. Charles Henry Frazier, Sr., 70,
of Lake City, died Saturday morning
in the Veterans Medical Center in
Lake City after a brief illness. ,,
He was born in Lake Butler, living
There until moving to Lak City 20
years ago. He
moved to Lake
Butler in 2004 '
with his daughter *.
and son-in-law -. .
because of illness.
He was a retired heavy equipment
operator with Columbia County. He
was a Army veteran during the
Korean Confict. He was a member
of Oak Grove Baptist. Church .at
Deep Creek. He was preceded in
death by his wife Edna Christy
Frazier.
He is survived by: 1 daughter, Linda
Gay of Lake Butler; 1 son, Charles
H. Frazier, Jr. of Lake City. His
parents, Rubie and Joyce Frazier of
Lake City; 1 grandchildren, Christy
Huntley and Nicholas Gay; 3
brothers, Buck Frazier, Ronald
Frazier an Jimmy Frazier all of Ft.
White. 3 sisters, Winkie Clevenger
of New Port, Tenn; Marie Horton of
Lake City and Diane Cook' of Ft.
White.
Funeral services will be held
.Monday morning at 11:00 A.M. in
he chapel of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Bultler with Rev. Danny
Foreaker officiating. Burial will
follow in Deep Creek Oak Grove'
Cemetery near Lake City. Family
will receive friends at the funeral
home from 3 to 5 P.M. Sunday
Afternoon.


James R. (Smiley) Wiley,
James R. (Smiley) Wiley, 45, died
Monday January 10, 2005 in La
Place, LA. Son of the late James R.
'Wiley. Survived by his mother,
Gale V. Wiley, Lake City. Two Sis-
ters; Cara Lashley, Lake City &
Christine Wiley, Clearwater. Grand-
mother, BerniceWiley, Venice.


Memorial services will be held
Monday evening, January 24 at 7
pm at Wesley United Methodist
Church: 1272 SW McFarlane Ave.
Visitation for family and friends
will be at 6pm at the church.
Obituaries are paid advertisements.
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First Federal names Lewis mortgage loan originator for Nassau


Staff report

Lee B. Lewis has been pro-
moted to Vice President and
Mortgage Loan Originator
with First Federal,
Savings Bank of Florida.
Lewiswill be serving the
Amelia Island, Fernandina
Beach, Yulee markets in
Nassau County. Lee will be
responsible for business
development, originating
mortgage loans and manage-
ment of the Nassau County
office.
Lewis will be working from
a new First Federal loan pro-
duction office located on


Amelia
Island.
First
Federal is
expanding
into mar-
kets on
Florida's
east coast
Lewis providing
mortgages
and loans, The new Amelia
Island loan production office
is scheduled, to open in
February and will be located
at Amelia Markets Retail
Center on State Road 200 at'
AlA, next to Lowe's. '
Lewis is a graduate of the


University of Florida with a
degree in Building
Construction. He has an
extensive background in resi-
dential construction, sales
and business development.
Lewis joined First Federal in
1997. and has held positions
with the bank including Vice
President, Regional Manager,
VP of Business Development
and a Loan Officer in the Lake
City market. Prior to joining
First Federal, Lewis was a
builder and sales associate
'with Centex Homes in
Atlanta..
Lee is active in several civic
organizations in Lake City


and is a past president of the
Lake City Chamber of
Commerce, Lake City Rotary
and United Way of Suwannee
Valley. Lewis also served as
General Campaign Chair for
United Way of Suwannee
Valley. First Federal Savings
Bank was incorporated in 1962
and has grown to be the
largest community bank
headquartered_ in the
Suwannee Valley of North
Florida.
First Federal operates'
eight bank offices with assets
of more than $375 million.
The success of First Federal
has been' driven by its' firm


commitment to community
involvement, and a team of
superior banking profession-
als who are dedicated to set-
ting the standard of excel-
lence in customer service.
First Federal offers all the
financial services including
residential mortgages and
commercial and. consumer
loans.
In addition First Federal,
offers a complete array of
bank .transaction accounts
and on-line banking. First
Federal Financial Services, a
subsidiary, affiliates with
Raymond James Financial
Services, Inc. to offer invest-


ments, retirement planning,
estate planning, and many
other financial services.
For more information, or to
receive competitive mortgage
rates, please contact Lee
Lewis at 755-0600, extension
3516 or 365-8228. Or contact
Lewis by e-mail or phone to
learn more about the many
ways we are helping individu-
als and businesses achieve
their financial goals.
Visit us online at
www.ffsb.com or email Lewis
at lewisl@ffsb.com.
First Federal Savings Bank
of Florida P 0 Box 2029,
Lake City, FL 32055, 755-0600.


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Windham joins,
sheriff's office
Laurie Windham, former
assistant executive director at
the Lake City-Columbia
County
Chamber of
Commerce
and
Industrial
Development
Authority,
joined the,
Columbia
Windham whCounty's
Sheriff's
Office as pub-
lic information officer and
executive assistant under
new sheriff Bill Gootee on
Jan. 4.
Windham, who has a bach-
elor's degree in journalism
from the University of
Florida, is a former law
enforcement newspaper
reporter at the Fort Myers
News Press. She also has
marketing and business
administration experience.
After moving to Lake City
in 1997 and working five
years as director of market-
ing and public relations at ,
the Lake City Medical
Center, Windham joined the
chamber in 2002.
"My time with the cham-
ber was extrcmdh educa-
tio'al a totally different field'
than I was used to," she
said.
When Gootee asked
Windham if she would like
to work for him as his execu-
tive assistant and public
information officer, she said
she decided to make the
move. .
"It is really interesting and
exciting to be on the ground
floor of a new administration
and I have a tremendous
amount of respect for him
(Gootee)," she said. "The
challenge was welcome."
Windham said she will
also continue to assist the
chamber and IDA with some
projects until her replace-
ment is found.

Lake Citian joins
NFCC faculty
J. Wayne Lewis of Lake
City has been appointed to
the faculty of North Florida,
Community College in
Madison.'
Lewis, formerly an
instructor with Florida Keys
Community College, will
teach business courses.

Couey named
quarter's best
The Florida Department
of Transportation's Lake
City Main tnce office
recently named Kevin
Couey as its employee of the
quarter for October,
"Mr. Coueyis v'- ry Iknowl-
edgeable in all a.,pe f.of his
work duties," said M;,r ty
Humphries, FDLO'\ mainte-
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leadership abilities.

Total Health
Group to meet
The next meeting of The
Total Health Group will be 7
p.m..Feb 7 at the High
Springs Public Library, 134
N. W. First Avenue, in High
Springs. Guest speaker will
be Deb K. Harrell, .
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.counselor of natural health.
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as a holistic health coach in
Gainesville.
Her passion is educating
people in prevention and see-
ing a turn-around in the
health picture of America.
She will speak on Equipping.
the Body for Peak Health. A
light veggie buffet will be
served. Bring a dish if you


can. Contact Patricia for
more information at 454-
5564.

Morgan joins
local broker
Cheryl Morgan recently
joined First Atlantic
Mortgage of Lake City, a full-
service brokerage firm.
Morgan has 30 years
experience in banking with
the past five in residential
mortgage.
According to a statement
.from First Atlantic, "this
experience provides First
Atlantic Mortgage with a
wealth of knowledge in all
phases of residential lend-
ing."
For details or to reach
Morgan, call 752-9900.

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Scoreboard 2B
Tennis 3B
NFL 4B


West Port knocks off Indians


By MARIO SARMENTO
msarmento@lakecityreporter.com
FORT WHITE Fort
White High hung with West
Port High for a half, but the
Wolf Pack scored five goals in
the second half to top the
Indians 7-1 on Saturday.
"I was happy with the effort
that we had first," Indians
coach Bob Hochmuth said. "I
think both of us, the West Port
coach and I, were concerned
about the possibility of having


a flat game after two apparent-
ly well-played games last night
... but it did-
n't seem to
materialize.
Both teams
put forth a
lot of effort,
especially in
Sherrer the first
half."
Wolf Pack
forward Luis Mendoza notch-
ed a hat trick, and his first
goal came just 15 minutes in.


Teammate Eden Wences' shot
came off Fort White goalie
Stephen Lynch's hands and
right to Mendoza for the fin-
ish.
Six minutes later, Fort
White found a crack in the
West Port defense. Justin
Joiner sent a through ball to
Andrew Sherrer, who collect-
ed it, calmly dodged the
oncoming goalie, and put the
ball in the left corner of the
INDIANS continued on page 3B


PREP ROUNDUP

CHS soccer tops Chiles


From staff reports

The Columbia High boys
soccer team defeated Chiles
High 1-0 on Saturday. "Bea-
ting Chiles is a big win," CHS
coach Dale Hermann said.
"The boys played very
strong today."
Matt Rowan scored the
lone goal, his 19th, on an
assist from O'Shaun
Curinton.
Goalie Matt Yelkin recor-


ded his seventh shutout of
the season, which is already
two more than the goal he
and Hermann had set for
him before the year started.
Columbia (13-4-2, 6-4-2 in
District 4-3A) will play at
West Nassau High on Tues-
day at 5:30 p.m.
The Tigers' game against
St. Augustine High was
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CHS tries to keep streak alive


By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia High's girls soccer team
is limping into the District 6-4A tour-
nament, but the Lady Tigers have a
tournament streak to protect.
Columbia plays Middleburg High at
4 p.m. Monday. Fleming Island High
is hosting the tournament.
"The past few years we have won
the first game and we are coming in
not wanting to break that position,"
CHS head coach Beth Adkins said on
Friday. "Our season is not over yet. It
is all up to them and the effort they
are putting across."
Middleburg is the No. 4 seed, while
Columbia is No. 5. The teams split
during the regular season, with each


winning on its home turf. The Lady
Tigers won 1-0 on Nov. 18, and the
Lady Broncos returned the favor, 3-2,
on Dec. 6.
In other first-round play, No. 3
Ridgeview High plays No. 6 Lee High
and No. 2 Fleming Island plays No. 7.
Forrest High. Paxon School is the top
seed and will play the CHS/Mid-
dleburg winner on Wednesday.
Columbia finished the season (5-15-
2) and a respectable 4-7-1 in district
play. However, the Lady Tigers ended
the season with (eight) losses and
must regroup.
"I am encouraging them to give us
their best," Adkins said.
"We can potentially go further -
CHS continued on page 3B


Lady Indians host first tourney


By MARIO SARMENTO
msarmento@lakecityreporter.com
For the first time in school history,
Fort White High will host the girls'
District 4-3A soccer tournament,
which begins Monday with a match
between No. 4 seed Interlachen High
and No. 5 seed Bradford High at 7 p.m.
"I think it's going to make us want
to try harder," Lady Indians senior
captain Brittany Taylor said. "I think
we'll do good."
Fort White is the third seed in the
district for the second straight season
and will play No. 2 Santa Fe High on
Tuesday at 7 p.m. Keystone Heights
High is the top seed and will face the
winner of Interlachen and Bradford
on Tuesday at 5 p.m.


Two Falcons win at championships


The Lady Indians have had some-
thing of a mental block against Santa
Fe, having lost to them by a combined
16-0 score in their two regular season
meetings.
"After we went to Keystone and
played them to what I've called a 1-1
tie," Sauls said. "It should have been;
it ended up a 2-1 loss. Coming out of
that game, they knew that they could
play with anybody. And we're just
going to have to keep reminding them
of that."
Sauls also believes that playing the
tournament on home soil can help
Fort White.
"It's kind of a good thing for us," he
said.
FW continued on page 3B


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-From staff reports

Two Lake City Middle School wrestlers won
titles at the North Florida Middle School
Wrestling Championships at Lake City Middle
on Saturday.
Jason Harrison pinned Lakeside Junior
High's Michael Bifulco at 1:40 of the second
period to win the 75-pound weight class. Todd
Steward pinned Bolles School's Will Tutwiler
at 2:24 to win the 189-pound weight class.
Steward was also named the heavyweights
outstanding wrestler.
Brach Bessant finished second in the 171-
pound weight class.
Michael Burrus ran his record to 20-2 this
season and took third place in the 85s by pin-
ning Suwannee High's Emmanuel Sanchez in
the third period.
Justin Kennedy and Rex Cannon placed
fourth in the 152s and 160s, respectively.
Richardson Middle School also had a strong
showing, as Marquis Davis placed first in the
215s after pinning Orange Park Junior High's
Gage Reynolds at 1:58.
Josh Hook finished third in the 140s, and
Nick Lee and Tony Futch placed fourth.
"We couldn't have done this without the


MARIO SARMENTO/Lake City Reporter
Lake City Middle School wrestler Jason
Harrison takes on Lakeside Junior High's
Michael Bifulco at the Florida Middle School
Championship on Saturday.
support of the booster club, the LCMS parents
and Richardson Middle School," Falcons
wrestling coach Doug David said.


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ESPN PBA, Dallas Open
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ABC Exhibition, Chevy Skating
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GOLF
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TGC European PGA Tour, South
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ABC PGA Tour, Buick Invitational,
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TGC Champions Tour, MasterCard
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NFL Playoffs
Conference Championships
Today
Atlanta at Philadelphia, 3 p.m. (FOX)
New England at Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m.
(CBS)
Super Bowl
Sunday, Feb. 6
Jacksonville, Fla.
AFC vs. NFC, 6:30 p.m. (FOX)


Pro Bowl
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EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division


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Boston 18 22 .450
New York 17 22 .436
Toronto 17 24 .415
New Jersey 15 24 .385
Southeast Division
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Washington 23 15 .605
Orlando 22 17 .564
Charlotte 8 28 .222
Atlanta 8 30 .211
Central Division
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Cleveland 23 15 .605
Detroit 23 17 .575
Indiana 20 18 .526
Chicago 19 19 .500
Milwaukee 14- 24 .368


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Southwest Division
W L Pet
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Dallas 26 12 .684
Houston 22 19 .537
Memphis 22 19 .537
New Orleans 6 32 .158
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Dallas 105, Charlotte 99
Houston 92, New York 91
New Jersay 104, Boston 98
Indiana 106, Miami 100, OT
Chicago 95, Atlanta 85
Milwaukee 89, Detroit 86
Denver 92, Memphis 82
San Antonio 128, Phoenix 123, OT
Minnesota 112, Seattle 107
LA Lakers 105, Golden State 101
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Orlando 115, Philadelphia 111
Chicago 100, Detroit 89
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Minnesota at Portland (n)
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New Orleans at Miami, 6 p.m.
New Jersey at Phoenix, 8 p.m.
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No. 10 Washington vs. Washington
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No. 2 LSU at No. 17 Vanderbilt, 3 p.m.
No. 3 Ohio State vs. Northwestern, 2 p.m.
No. 6 Rutgers at No. 11 Notre Dame, 2 p:m.
No. 7 Tennessee vs. Kentucky, 3 p.m.
No. 8 Michigan State at Penn State, 1 p.m.
No. 12 Minnesota vs. Illinois, 3 p.m.
No. 14 Boston College at Providence, 2 p.m.
No. 16 Maryland vs. North Carolina
State, 1 p.m.
No. 18 DePaul at S. Mississippi, 3 p.m.
No. 21 Georgia at Mississippi State, 3
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"It gives us a home-field
advantage."
Part of the reason Sauls
thinks the Lady Indians strug-
gled against Santa Fe and in
their second meeting against
Keystone is that he has a very
young squad.
There are only five seniors
on the Lady Indians' roster,
and Fort White's main play-
maker, senior Laura White,
will be out with a knee injury.
In addition, only three jun-


iors Crystal Moulton,
goalie Rebecca Vaughn and
Ashley Waddington see a
lot of playing time.
That leaves 12 freshmen or
sophomores on the Fort
White team.
"Really, with such an inex-
perienced team, what more
could you ask for?" Sauls said.
"With us to have the third
seed, and as inexperienced as
we are, I'm proud."
The district championship
game is scheduled for Friday
at 7 p.m. the two finalists will
be given automatic bids to the
state soccer tournament.


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moved from Monday to
Thursday. It will still take
place in St. Augustine at 7
p.m. (JV-5).

Lady Tigers soccer
Columbia High finished its
regular season with a 1-1 tie in
a monsoon against Santa Fe
High on Saturday.
Shelley Giebeig got credit
for an assist when a ball she
booted in the fir-t half went


CHS
Continued from page 1B

it's what they want to do with
it."
Columbia only scored
three goals during the recent
seven-game slide prior to a 1-
1 tie against Santa Fe High on
Saturday and must find a way
to get the ball into the net.
That starts with Shelley
Giebeig and Lindsay Beach.
"We need to get our offense
to work for us;" Adkins said.
"We have got to get Shelley
more shots on goal. She has a
great foot"
Sweeper Kelly Hunter is
getting more help from Molly
Rayburn. who has moved to
stopper.
"Kelly has really stepped
up the last couple of games,"
Adkins said.
"She is aggressive and sac-
rifices her body for us when it
comes to that. Molly has
played several spots on
defense. We put her in at
sweeper and now stopper and.
she has done so well we have
kept her there."
Senior goalkeeper Rachel
Parker is solid.
"Rachel has her moments
when she is 'unstoppable,"
Adkins said. "If she stays
motivated and works hard,
she will be a key player in this
game."
Parker said there is no love
lost between CHS and
Middleburg.
"They just don't like us, and
.they are real rough with us,"
Parker said. "I will get a lot of
one-on-ones, but if I go out
and attack them they are
going to miss."
Giebeig actually got two
yellow cards in one of the
Middleburg matches.
"You know when she gets
kicked out of a game, there is
something wrong," Parker
said.
"I am .so sweet, usually,"
Giebeig concurred.
Giebeig said Columbia's
front line needs backup to
make the offense better.
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midfield. we get the ball up
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and into the net.
With conditions worsening
in the second half. Santa Fe
managed to scrape together
the tying goal. Goalie Rachel
Parker preserved the tie
when she saved a penalty kick
with under 10 minutes
remaining.
"Rachel had an excellent
game." CHS coach Beth Adkins
said. "I'm pleased with the per-
formance going into districts."

Tigers basketball
The Colunmbia High boys


she said.
"We need to follow up more,
on the attack."


basketball team lost a 16-point
halftime lead and fell 70-68 to
Clearwater Countryside High
at Buchholz High on Saturday..
The Tigers were ahead 39-
23 at halftime but were
outscored 27-10 in the third
period.
"'We just did not execute at
all in second half," CHS coach
Trey Hosford said.
Alvin Bradley led the
Tigers with 20 points. Kenny
Wiliams added 15 and Ken-
dric Williams scored 12. Colu-
mbia (10-5. 8-2 in District 6-
4A) plays at Pa.xon School on
Tuesday at 7*-3 p.m iV.i-6i.


Tigers wrestling

Columbia High won the
Bronco Invitational at Middle-
burg High in an 11-team field
on Saturday.
'We did really well and had
some really tough competi-
tion," Tigers coach Al Nelson
said.
Three wrestlers were
perfect.
Brady Dicks went 5-0 and
won the 215s.
Justin Roberts also went 5-0
and won the 189s, and Daniel
Brown went 5-0 and won the
heavyweights.


INDIANS corner for a 3-1 score.
Continued frm page B Then two fluke goals
Continued from page 1B demoralized the Indians. Josh
Flores launched a shot from
net for the score. 45 yards out that bounced
'They weren't really mark- over Lynch's head for the
ing up the whole game," Sher- fourth goal. Then Jovanny
rer said. "They just kind of Martinez sent a deep ball
tried to play the four-man back down the right side to Wences,
and just kind of whoever's clos- who made a move to the mid-
est, go to the ball. And they dle and shot one that deflected
just made some really big mis- off Lynch's hands and into the
takes, where, a guy would whiff net.
on the ball, and I'd be right "We've got to be able to
there perfect opportunity." work through that," Hoch-
Sherrer nearly put the muth said. "We've got to be
Indians ahead just a couple of able to play through those
minutes later, as a Wolf Pack kind of situations and learn to
defender delivered the afore- play for 40 minutes against a
mentioned whiff and Sherrer really good team and put forth
was off to the races. so that we could learn."
However, West Port Mendoza added his second
Giovanni Morgan was able to goal when he knocked in his
make the save. own shot that had been saved
With just 3:45 left in the by Tim Robinson. At the 6:10
half, Walled Okeb ripped a mark, a cross to Martinez was
shot from the edge of the goal saved by Robinson, but again
box into the upper right cor- Mendoza was there to put the
ner for a 2-1 lead for West ball away for the score.
Port. West Port improved to 15-1
The Wolf Pack started the on the season, while Fort
second half with a flurry, as White fell to 3-14-3 (1-3-1 in
Okeb made a run down the District 4-3A). The Indians
right side ;of the field, cut host Dunnellon High on
towards the middle, and blast- Wednesday at 7 p.m. for
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By SUSAN SLOAN
Special to the Reporter
Fy follow the Suwannee
River south from
Branford on
Highway 349, pass-
ing through scenic
Dixie County and the quaint
fishing and boating communi-
ty of, Fanning Springs, on the
way to a unique experience
known as Dakotah Winery &
Vineyards.
Located at 14365 NW
Highway 19 between
Fanning Springs and
Chiefland, Dakotah Winery
and Vineyard is definitely
worth the trip. Both vineyard
and winery are interesting in
and of themselves, but they
are just part of the attraction.
Originally from South
Dakota, Dr. Max Rittgers
planted his vineyard in
Chiefland in 1985, selling the
grapes on a board across two
five-gallon buckets by the
roadside. Twenty years later,
he and his son Rob operate
the family owned vineyard
and winery where 6,000
vines are grown on 12 acres.
Everything about the vine-
yard and winery is aestheti-
cally and environmentally
pleasing.
No pesticides are used on
the 30 different varieties of
muscadine grapes. Baby
Doll sheep mow the grass
and prune the vines, while
Canada geese follow along,
keeping out the weeds and
discouraging pests. Thd
numerous birds, wood ducks
and other waterfowl that
reside on the property act as
insect control.
The Rittgers are firm
believers in letting nature
work its wonders wherever
possible.
Solar power operates the
many water fountains on the
property and provides some


of the light for the winery,
while antique windmills
pump water to the Japanese
Koi fishpond.
Throughout the property
there is evidence of the
Rittgers' love of nature.
They encourage visitors to
explore the grounds, which
they have made inviting, not
only to the wood ducks, but
also to finches, cardinals,
purple martins, hooded mer-
gansers, and other migratory
birds.
Feeders and birdhouses
are found throughout the
property. The beautiful pond
that sits behind the wine-tast-
ing room can be viewed from
the lower deck, as well as
from the new raised patio.
The sunshade over the
area is covered with two vari-
eties of spring and fall
blooming wisteria, making it
a perfect, spot for sipping
wine and enjoying the view.
Part nature preserve and
part museum, the Dakotah
Winery also is home to a
wide variety of historical arti-
facts. Both wine- and grape-
related items, as well as
items related to the winery's
South Dakota connection,
are found throughout the
property.
An antique canon, 100-year
old mule-drawn plows, and
an. array of wine-making
implements are just some of
the items for viewing.
The verandah in the front
of the building offers com-
fortable rocking chairs to
just sit and enjoy the view of
the large windmill at work or
the grape vines that grow
along the verandah, or to
watch the sun reflect off the
large chunks of rose quartz
that adorn the gardens.
Inside, the wonders are
even more inviting. A large
rustic room contains just as
many fascinating artifacts as


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Located at 14365 NW Highway 19 between Fanning Springs and Chiefland, Dakotah Winery and Vineyard offers a variety of
wines and gifts. A sampling of wine made from local grapes and blueberries is shown above.


the outdoors holds. Warmed
by a beautiful stone fireplace,
guests are invited to try the
Dakotah wines at a large


COURTESY PHOTO
Two wood ducks stand near the Koi pond at the winery. Part nature preserve and part
museum, the Dakotah Winery also is home to a wide variety of historical artifacts.


wine tasting bar.
Throughout the building,
Indian artifacts and other
items related to the winery's
South Dakotah connection
are on display. .The Indian
arrowhead collection is
impressive as is the artwork
and hand-painted wine bot-
tles, made by a, local artist
depicting local flowers, birds
and points of interest.
As you ,walk in the door,
you are greeted warmly by
either Max or Rob, and invit-
ed to step up to the wine tast-
ing bar for a free sample of
the various wines produced
at the winery.
The name "Dakotah"
means "friend" in the Lakota
Indian language and Max'
and Rob most definitely
make you feel like a friend.
At the wine bar, you have
the chance to sample the
Dakotah wines. The
Chardonnay, ,Merlot and
Cabernet Sauvignon are
made from the app upriate
grapes that are brought in to
the winery where they are
made into the different vari-
eties of wines by, the,
Rittgers.
From the vineyard's mus-'
cadine grapes, a variety of
wine is available.
The Carlos (named from
the type of muscadine grape)
is a slightly sweet white wine
that has a distinct muscadine
taste.
Blush, a slightly sweet
wine that combines the
Carlos and Noble grape is a
light wine, perfect for infor-
mal occasions or a sunny
afternoon in the hammock
with a good book. Noble,
made from the grape of the
same name, is a semi-sweet
red wine that can hold its


own with hearty Italian or
Spanish cuisine.
As a dessert wine, the win-
ery offers Blueberry wine
made from Florida blueber-
ries.
The Rittgers also produces
a Port wine, which is a
smooth, sweet, .hearty red
dessert wine with a higher
alcoholic content, and a
cream sherry, an amber full-
flavored dessert wine with a
slight almond taste that is
almost buttery. All of the
Dakotah's wines are afford-
ably priced, running from
$7.99 to $12.99 per bottle
depending on the type.
For those who prefer a
non-alcoholic beverage, the
winery sells Muscadine juice
bottled fresh from the vine
with no sugar added.
You can just taste the mus-
cadine grapes as you drink it,
unlike some of the commer-
cial grape juices sold.
Once you have settled
upon your favorites from the
Dakotah's offerings, the
Rittgers encourage you to
visit the wine cellar.
The wine cellar is opera-
tional throughout the year
and is a recent addition to
the winery. In early August,
the grapes begin to ripen and
the wine making process
begins.
At this time of the year, the
cellar is quiet but still func-
tioning as the wine ferments
waiting to be finished and
then bottled.
In line with the Rittgers'
natural philosophy, some of
the most interesting items
offered are the line of grape
seed oil products.
Offering 100 percent natu-
ral grape seed oil as well as a
wide variety of flavored oils,


the Rittgers are quick to
point out its health benefits,
grape seed oil having half the
saturated fats of olive oil.
Dakotah's dressings flavored
vinegars, fresh fruit jams and
jellies (including a
Muscadine grape jelly),
dessert sauces, marinades,
salsas, and more items than
can be described are tempt-
ingly displayed.
Everything you need to
host a wine tasting party can
be found,' from stemware to
corkscrews, wine holders,
bottle toppers and wine-
themed paper goods.
Another novelty is the
wine soap, which is hypoal-
lergenic and glycerin-based,
and available in grape and a
variety of other scents.
Wine and grape-themed T-
shirts, totes and ball caps are
great souvenirs for the many
out-of-state tourists who pass
through the Dakotah's doors
on a regular basis.
As there has been no deci-
sion on the interstate sale of
wine issue, out-of-state visi-
tors may only purchase
Dakotah's wines at the win-
ery.
Permitted to ship within
the Florida, residents can
visit the Dakotah's Web-site
(www.dakotahwinery.com)
for a listing of products avail-
able for shipping.
But don't shortchange
yourself; you might want to
make at least one trip to the
winery.
It's an experience that
shouldn't be missed.
The Dakotah's hours are
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and on
Sunday noon to 5 p.m.
For more information call
352-493-9309.


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2C LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2005

LIFESTYLE _____________


Try camellias for color


By DON GOODE
Columbia County Extension Service

This time of year we are
blessed with the showy
blooms of the camellia. This
evergreen
shrub has
been a tra-
:.. ditional
landscape.
plant since
it was
imported
to South
Carolina
in 1786.
Don Goode There are
several
varieties of camellias avail-
able. The most common
species include Camellia
japonica, Camellia sasanqua,
and Camellia reticulata. Take
time to walk through the
local nurseries and garden
centers this time of year to
enjoy the various colors and
blooms that are available'
Camellias bloom during
the cool months of the year.
For North Florida, the mid-
season bloomers (November
through January) are recom-
mended. Early blooming vari-
eties may not perform well in
years when the weather is
warm in the Fall. Late season
bloomers can have problems.
with flowers being poor quali-
ty and flower buds falling off,
before they open..
Slightly acidic soil is best
for camellias. They also do
better with a good supply of
organic matter in the soil. "
Compost, peat or other
sources of organic matter
should be worked into the
soil at planting time.
Camellias also enjoy mulch


on top of the soil to conserve
soil moisture and moderate
soil temperature fluctuations.
Mulch will also increase the
soil organic matter over time.
Camellias prefer partial
shade but will grow in full
sun as well.
Watch your camellias for
tiny scale insects that stick to
the bottom of the leaves while
feeding. Excretions from the
scale insects collect on leaves
and encourage the growth of
sooty mold. This sooty mold
causes a blackened appear-
ance on the surface of the
leaves. This is not a major
problem but it can partially
block the sun from the
leaves. A soapy water spray
(two teaspoons of a non-deter-
gent soap per gallon of water)
or a dormant oil spray will
help smother the young
crawler stage of these insects
and control the sooty mold. It
may take.more than one
spraying to get full control.
Systemic insecticides can also
be used to help control scale
and other insects on camel-
lias. These systemic insecti-
cides are mixed with water
and poured on the roots. The
roots then absorb the chemi-
cal and the plant takes it up to
give total coverage.
Lichens may be seen on
camellias and can appear as
flat growths, flakey scales, or
bushy beardlike structures.
These lichens do not cause
any damage to the shrub.
Lichens just need a place to
use for support. In fact,
lichens also grow on rocks.
and fence posts. If you do not
like the looks of these hitch-
hiking lichens, a copper sul-


fate spray can be used to fake
care of them.
Use a fertilizer that is acid
forming on your camellias.
This can be a special blend
for camellias or other acid
forming fertilizers such as
those sold for azaleas. It is
recommended to fertilize
camellias four times per year.
An informative publication
from the University of
Florida, entitled "Camellias in
Florida," is available from the
Columbia County Extension
Office or may be downloaded
from our website at
http://columbia.ifas.ufl.edu
from the EDIS system. You
might also try searching the
Internet for some of the
camellia societies that are
available. These societies can
be an excellent source for
additional information..
Program Announcements:
There %%ill be an information-
al meeting regarding the
upcoming Master Gardener
volunteer training sessions at
the Columbia County
Extension Office on
February 2, 201(5 from 9-11
'AM.
If you are interested,
please call the Extension
Office at 752-5384 to reserve
your seat. Applications for
the program may be filled out
after the meeting.
Dr Don Goode is the
Director and Hoiticulhtur
, Agent of tht Columbia County
Extension Service la branch of
the University of Florida). He
can be reached by phone (752-
5384, by e-mail
(dkgoode@'ifas.n.fl. cdu) or over
the Internet
http://columbia.ifas.tufl.edu.


What is there to be scared of?


By Steven King
LCCC Professor of irrgation
Management -..
It was 1985, and I was 23
years old. I was trenching in a
garden that summer after-
noon in a
hot and
-.- humid
O So th t

a rspo al
Florida

rei
g benea.th ,,hen to
shocking
su rprise,
Steven King t h e
a. expanded
spool of
-drip tubing lying on 'the
ground beneath me began to
take on a life of its own. The
(spaghetti) tubing started. to
intertwine around my right
ankle. In an instance, I felt
myself being sucked down
into the'"valve" pits of hell. I
started to scream, but-to .no
avail.... no one heard my own
private nightmare. When .I
finally snapped out of it and
realized that this wasn't a
Stephen King novel, but the
reality of drip irrigation and
its effect on most irrigation
contractors.
If you were a contractor 15
to 20 years ago, more or like-
ly, this is how you would have
felt about drip irrigation. Tim
Wilson, certified irrigation
designer, in AG Drip/Micro,
for Residential and
Commercial applications, of
H20 Stewardship located in
Cheney, Washington and
author of Drip Design in the
Landscape and Site. 'Water
Management Planning, to
name a few, stated "that's not
the case now. Today, a large
percentage of contractors
employ the idea of drip irriga-
tion and incorporate drip irri-
gation into their systems.
Some contractors install drip
becaflse they have to, but
there is still a small group of
contractors that are holding
out from the 80s who do not
Want anything to do with it"
Wilson continued.
"In my day contractors
threw water all over the place.
They didn't care how much
water they had wasted."
explained Duane McDaniel of
Flagler Beach, Florida a 1977
graduate of Lake City
Community College. "If my
son is going to take over the


family business (Outscape
Landscaping) he needs to
know a lot more about water
conservation and plant
requirements. That's why I
have enrolled, 19 year old
Craig,, in the Irrigation
L Management Program at
Lake City Community
College. LCCC is a primary
C target to keep updated with
industry trends and new prod-
ucts" his father said.'
Robin Barber of All Pro-
Maintenance located in
Tallahassee is a little hesitant
about low volume irrigation,
but believes that drip is here to
stay. "There is a place and
time when and where to use it.
It is not like a one-shoe-fits-all
kind of concept." said Barber.
If you are just starting your

m^


irrigation company, you proba-
bly know about drip and or
micro-spray systems already.
Pressure regulators, air vents,
and flush caps are already in
your vocabulary. In the near
future, all contractors in
,Florida will be subjected to
newer and tougher water
restrictions. In Volusia
County, contractors are now,
told that they must irrigate
25 percent of residential
yards with low volume irriga-
tion or have no irrigation at
all in those areas. :
Steven King is the profes-
sor of Irrigation
Management at Lake City
Community College. You can
contact him at'
kings@lakecitycc.edu or by
phone at 754-4226
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ENGAGEMENTS


Bouchet-Gill


currently employed at Brown
and Caldwell Engineering as
a professional engineer.

Touchton-Gonzalez


ing special education at
Columbia City Elementary.
Daniel is a 1995 graduate of
University of Florida with a
degree in Criminal Justice.
He is currently employed
with the Department of
Corrections.

Brown-Garbett


Everett Gill and Leanne
Bouchet


Ronald and Rosemary
Bouchet of Orlando announce
the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Leanne Bouchet of
Nashville, to Everett Leon Gill
of Nashville, son of Nancy Gill
of Lake City and Leon J. Gill,;
Jr. of Live Oak.
The wedding is planned for
6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at
Union Station, Downtown
Nashville. A reception %\ill fol-
low at the same location.
Leanne is a 1993 graduate
of Bishop Stang High School,
she has a BA degree from
Brandeis University, Ph.D.
from Dartmouth College and
is currently employed at
Vanderbilt University.
Everett is a 1990 graduate
of Columbia High School, he
has a BA degree from,
University of Florida's
College of Engineering. 1996-
98 he was in the Peace Corp.
assigned in Jamaica. He is


Mandi Touchton and Daniel
Gonzalez
Bruce and Betsy Touchton
of Lake City announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Mandi Christine Touchton of
Lake City, to Daniel Agustin
Gonzalez of Lake City, son of
Janet Gonzalez of Largo and
Felipe Gonzalez of Mayo.
The wedding is planned for
7 p.m. Saturday, June 11 at
The Sweetwater Branch Inn -
McKenzie Gardens,,
Gainesville. A reception will
follow at The Sweetwater
Branch Inn McKenzie Hall,
Gainesville. All family and
friends are invited to attend.
Mandi is a 1997 graduate of
University of North Florida
with a degree in Special
Education. She is currently
employed with the Columbia
County School System, teach-


Jim and Karen Brown of
Lake City announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Jennifer Marie Brown of Lake
City, to Matthugh Owen
Garbett of Lake City, son of
Bob and Debbie Garbett of
Lake City.
The wedding date is to be
announced.
Jennifer will receive her
AA in Biology from Lake
City Community College in
May.
Matthugh is a Corporal in
the United States Marine
Corp.


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Sonya and Frances (Bud)
Ostendorf were united in
marriage Jan. 27, 1955 in Las
-. .1-' Vegas, Nevada.
S' They will celebrate their
':. 50th anniversary on Sunday,
Jan. 30, with a party in their
honor given by their children.
For directions, please call
752-4341. All family and
friends are invited.
The couple have six chil-
,,,u.TL. ,T. dren:- Linda Williamsr,(Ray;),
s Carol Scott (Frank), Larry


(Terri), Garry (Kay), Jim
(Sherry) and Thomas.
They have 13 grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
Sonya is retired and: her
activities are bowling, the Lake
City Moose Club and going to.
the races.
Frances (Bud) is retired and
his activities are bowling, the
Lake City Moose Club and
going to the races.
The couple have lived in
Lake Ci,- t6fr 25 years.


BIRTHS


Hyde
Kevin and Jamie. Hyde of
Pinehurst are proud to
announce the arrival of
Naomi Rose Hyde, born Nov.
16. She weighed six pounds,


seven ounces and measured
20 inches.
Naomi joins Danae Hyde,
21 months.
Grandparents are: Dennis
and Donna Hyde of Lake City


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Sunday, January 23, 2005
Lake City, Florida
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Big-screen TV sales for Super Bowl vary among stores


By JUSTIN LANG
jlang@lakecityreporter.com

Many a football purist
would argue that watching the
Super Bowl from home
should only be done on a big-
screen television.
And as the big game
approaches on Feb. 6, some
local businesses that lease
and/or sell the monstrous
monitors are expecting an
increase in their sales while
others expect demand to be
status quo.
At Aaron's Sales and Lease
Ownership on U.S. 41 South,
store manager James Rhoden
said interest in big-screen
TVs "normally starts about
this weekend and carries
through to about the last day
before the game."
"It's consistent around the
Super Bowl and World
Series," Rhoden said. "But I
would say the Super. Bowl is
the bigger of those."
He said customers coming
in around the NFL's champi-
onship game are seeking TVs
anywhere from 32 inches and
up, as well as video projectors.
"I think for the most part
that's because the Super Bowl
season kind of runs with the
tax season and with refunds
they have a little bit more
cash," Rhoden said.
While many people may
start out intending to rent a
big screen from Aaron's,
about $100 a month for a 52-
inch screen, he said "surpris-
ingly" most wind up not being
brought back in favor of keep-
ing it on a lease-to-purchase
plan. To go ahead and buy a
52-inch projection big-screen
model outright, Rhoden said
it would range in cost from
$1,200-$1,500.
He said people often use
ihe leasre-to-purchase option
because. "y6o don't have to


JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter
John McFeely, a sales representative at Rex Television and Appliances in the Lake City Mall, works the controls of a high-definition projection TV.


have credit."
"If you can't just go out and
put it on the charge card, it
still gives people the opportu-
nity to entertain," Rhoden
said.
When people come in seek-
ing a big-screen, he said most
immediately go for the largest
one, which is 65 inches, but
soon consider their budget
more closely.
"I think most of our cus-
tomers are not just a three-day
%weekend business, so they


kind of find something more
reasonably priced," Rhoden
said.
While he said he expects a
"big rush" coming about a
week before the game, other
local television rental and
retail businesses report little
difference in big-screen inter-
est around the Super Bowl.
At Rex's Television and
Appliances in the Lake City
Mall, assistant manager
Anthony Bertolotti said the
store sees little difference in


its big-screen sales before the
Super Bowl compared to the
rest of the year.
'There's not a lot of that,"
he said.
However, Bertolotti said
customers do come in during
the late summer and early fall
saying they are looking for a
big-screen television to enjoy
the entire football season.
Now, he said, newer tech-
nology such as plasma and liq-
uid-crystal display '(LCD)
high-definition big screens


are taking a larger share of
the market and in'rturn driving
down the cost of traditional,
more bulky projection mod-
els.
But the price of admission
is slightly higher for plasma
and LCD with prices ranging
from about $2,600 up to $5,000
and beyond.
At Rent-A-Center on South
Main Boulevard, store manag-
er Lee Reed said he has yet to
see difference in demand for*
big-screen rentals as the


Super Bowl approaches.
But the store does offer
monthly rentals on big-
screens for those who want
one, with the price varying
with the size of the television.
Rhoden said at his store
there is also the occasional
customer who will lease a big-
screen just before the Super
Bowl and bring it back the day
after the game.
"But normally you are told
up front that's all they're
going to get it for," he said.


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tile. Tub & shower in master bath. Separate LR back porches. Versatile color scheme.
& dining room. $194,900. Ask for Elaine K. $154,900. Ask for Elaine K. Tolar
Tolar 386-755-6488 or Lori Giebeig Simpson 386-755-6488.
752-2874.



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Lovely 3BR/2BA all brick home in old Lake
City neighborhood Has formal living
room/dining room with large den with
fireplace. Partially fenced backyard.
Convenient to V.A. & can walk to DOT.
Beautifully Landscaped. $129,900.
MLS#43103. Ask for Mary Brown Whitehurst
965-0887


You have been looking for this! On the
Westside, small neighborhood with paved
streets, near most everything! 3BR/2BA, 1650
sq. ft. home with nice upgrades. $129,000.
MLS#43513 Contact Nell or Hansel Holton,
after hrs. 984-5046.


4/2 split plan home in golf course
community. Enjoy the casual life on the
screened porch or the deck by the above
ground pool. This house is neat as a pin with
newly painted kitchen cabinets, new carpet, 2
yr. old AC, new dishwasher & solid surface
stove. The roof is 2 yrs. old. It has a nicely
landscaped yard wtih golf course, swimming
pool and tennis amenities available. There's a
cooking shed with water & electricity and a
storage shed. Only $174,900! MLS#43555. Call
Mary Brown Whitehurst 965-0887.

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New paint, carpet, tile. Nice upgrades. Over
2000 sq. ft. 2 split level home. Great location,
close to amenities. $169,900. MLS#43393. Call
Nell or Hansel Holton, Realtors, to see this
home 984-5046.


Beautiful brick home and five (5) acres with
almost everything. Lots of grass and space
for horses and other animals. Fireplace,
screened in-ground pool and over 2500 SF
living space with a "Florida Room". All this for
$274,900. MLS#42475. For more info ask for
jon or Sherry Ratliff drter hours
386-365-8414


Nice Updated 2 story Frame, 3BR/3BA, FP,
new carpet/ceramic tile, paint, granite
countertops. Built 1985, 1 acre lot, 2259 sq. ft.
Nice deck. Privacy, peaceful setting. $191,900.
MLS#43329. Contact Nell or Hansel Holton for
info 984-5046.





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Newer Stucco (2001) over Concrete Block
Home on 5 acres of pasture. 3/2 split plan,
firepace, screened porch, 2 car garage and
more! $165,000. MLS#43865 For more info,
call Don or Sherry Ratliff, 386-365-8414.


Looking for a home in town? Fenced
backyard? CP? Paved street? New carpet, tile?
Home is handicap access. Contact Nell or
Hansel Holton to see this brick 1559 sq. ft.
home, $119,000. MLS#43514


Beautiful Lot and Mobile Home. Paved road, 1792 sq. ft., 3/2 fenced, .86 acre, workshop. Only $60,000.MLS#40960. Ask for
Lori Giebeig Simpson 752-2874.
New On Market Great maintenance evident in this nice DW MH on 1 acre. 3BR/2BA, front & back porchees. Move in condition!
Only $64,900! MLS#43391. Ask for Nell or Hansel Holton 984-5046.
3/2 SW MH Nice neighborhood with paved streets, not too far from town with newer mobiles around. Chain link fenced back
yard. Large shed with paved parking. MLS#43417. $49,900. Ask for Rosalie Marks 365-2479.
Twenty Acres completely fenced in Madison County, FL. Property includes very nicely maintained 2001, 3/2 mobile home,
storage building, small fishi pond and more! Only $140,000. For more info call Don or Sherry Ratliff, 386-365-8414. MLS#42255.


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The Week in Review


Weekly Stock Exchange Highlights STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST Weekly Dow Jones


3 NYSE A Amex 3 Nasdaq
6,996.56 -69.66 1,414.58 +15.51 2,034.27 -53.64


Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg
PnnEMA 18.10 +3.22 +21.6 IntlgSys 2.95 +.65 +28.3 Sonesta 20.10+12.10 +151.3
TriarcA 15.22 +2.58 +20.4 Gurunetn 10.71 +2.26 +26.7 -Parkrvsn 10.94 +4.04 +58.6
AmRetire 11.99 +1.90 +18.8 CapProp 22.00 +3.34 +17.9 Forward 6.38 +2.27 +55.2
Triarc B 14.15 +2.21 +18.5 FlexSolu 5.06 +.74 +17.1 Aastrom 4.00 +1.30 +48.1
CablvsnNY 28.84 +4.49 +18.4 Contango 8.70 +1.24 +16.6 AVIBio 2.81 +.72 +34.4
MS GIobI 12.20 +1.90 +18.4 Dryclean 2.85 +.40 +16.3 SyntroCpwt 3.90 +.93 +31.3
MayDS 32.80 +4.96 +17.8 ElitePh 4.11 +.53 +14.8 Synaptics 36.81 +8.00 +27.8
LaBmch 9.90 +1.45 +17.2 InfoSonicn 3.29 +.42 +14.6 ProgPh 19.05 +3.94 +26.1
Consecoowt 2.92 +.42 +16.8 MediaSci 2.24 +.28 +14.3 EnPointe 3.57 +.70 +24.4
EqScRMG 28.34 +4.04 +16.6 Emeritus 12.80 +1.50 +13.3 HlthStrmn 3.40 +.65 +23.6

Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more)
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Name Lam ung /liyg
HarvNRes 11.94 -4.98 -29.4
FleetEn 9.21 -3.25 -26.1
TelNortCel 6.95 -1.70 -19.7
DeltaAir 5.00 -1.13 -18.4
TelLeste 8.80 -1.55 -15.0
Embratel 7.72 -1.23 -13.7
LehDAL26 9.00 -1.35 -13.0
Delta39 9.16 -1.35 -12.8
ParkHan 64.20 -9.23 -12.6
LehDAL29 9.06 -1.29 -12.5

Most Active ($1 or more)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
Lucent 3363447 3.27 -.24
Pfizer 1470489 24.48 -.77
Motorola 1313584 15.63-1.40
NortelNIf 1004954 3.16 -.16
GenElec 785480 35.13 -.39
NokiaCp 740215 14.14-1.10
AMD 672797 15.49 +.33
Citigrp 635756 47.93 +.42
EMC Cp 618904 13.09 -.66
JPMorgCh 547975 36.85 -.96

Diary
Advanced 1,607
Declined 1,849
New Highs 289
New Lows 49
Total issues 3,560
Unchanged 104
Volume 8,248,685,906


Name Last g g/I ILV
Simulatns n 5.06 -1.59 -23.9
HiShearT 4.45 -.86 -16.2
Ramp rs 2.39 -.39 -14.0
Palatin 2.03 -.30 -12.9
ScolrPh n 3.98 -.52 -11.6
AMSHIth 4.50 -.58 -11.4
TitanPhm 2.33 -.30 -11.4
Halifax 5.20 -.65 -11.1
DigitAngel 5.70 -.68 -10.7
Investools 3.55 -.41 -10.4

Most Active ($1 or more)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SPDR 2443388116.78 -1.46
SemiHTr 967585 30.22-1.13
iShRs2000 442899121.56-1.33
iShJapan 318868 10.59 -.26
DJIA Diam 296578103.84 -1.50
SP Fncl 175955 29.54 -.20
SPEngy 153807 36.40 -.06
OilSvHT 137430 86.85 +.33
CanArgon 132938 1.36 +.19
WheatRg 105722 3.28 +.17

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Declined 578
New Highs 69
New Lows 36
Total issues 1,099
Unchanged 60
Volume 939,296,680


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CanSoPt 5.22 -2.10 -28.7
McLeo pfA 3.04 -.97 -24.2
Cellstar 3.23 -.98 -23.3
ColGenex 5.79 -1.67 -22.4
Foamex 2.73 -.73 -21.1
SipexCp 2.94 -.77 -20.8
MoscwCble 5.20 -1.26 -19.5
Sholodge 3.84 -.92 -19.3
Sirenza 4.50 -1.07 -19.2

Most Active ($1 or more)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
Nasd100Tr4307181 37.05-1.38
SiriusS, 3840408 5.83 -.62
Intel 2827362 22.42 -.60
Cisco 2636392 18.01 -.87
Microsoft 2615676 25.65 -.47
SunMicro 2556952 4.17 -.05
Aastrom 2430170 4.00 +1.30
Oracle 1975862 13.31 -.32
eBay 1700785 86.05-19.15
ApldMatI 1621806 15.59 -.94

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Declined 2,116
New Highs 186
New Lows 93
Total issues 3,406
Unchanged 71
Volume 8,545,319;510


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AT&T NY .95 18.08 -.59 -3.2 -5.1
Aastrom Nasd 4.00 +1.30 +48.1 +181.7
Alltel NY 1.52 55.39 +.39 +0.7 -5.7
ApIdMatI Nasd ... 15.59 -.94 -5.7 -8.8
AutoZone NY 90.03 -.66 -0.7 -1.4
BkofAms NY 1.80 45.09 +.20 +0.4 -4.0
BellSouth NY 1.08 26.65 -.09 -0.3 -4.1
BobEvn Nasd .48 24.70 -.37 -1.5 -5.5
CNBFnPAsNasd .52 15.58 -.02 -0.1 +2.0
CSX NY .40 37.32 -1.12 -2.9 -6.9
ChmpE NY ... 10.76 -.89 -7.6 -9.0
ChartCm Nasd .. 1.76 -.29 -14.1 -21.4
ChevTex s NY 1.60 51.98 -.32 -0.6 -1.0
Cisco Nasd ... 18.01 -.87 -4.6 -6.8
CocaCI NY 1.00 40.91 -.06 -0.1 -1.8
ColBgp NY .61 20.05 +.05 +0.3 -5.6
Delhaize NY 1.20 71.36 -2.39 -3.2 -5.9
DollarG NY .16 20.59 -.20 -1.0 -.9
eBay Nasd ... 86.05 -19.15 -18.2 -26.0
FPLGp NY 2.72 74.61 +1.37 +1.9 -.2
FamDIr NY .38 31.72 -.68 -2.1 +1.6
FordM NY .40 13.11 -.95 -6.8 -10.5
GenElec NY .88 35.13 -.39 -1.1 -3.8
GaPacif NY .50 33.47 -2.07 -5.8 -10.7
GdyFam Nasd .1? 8.60 +.25 +3.0 -5.9
HCA Inc NY .52 43.65 +.29 +0.7 +9.2
HomeDp NY .34 40.90 -1.00 -2.4 -4.3
Intel Nasd .32 22.42 -.60 -2.6 -4.1


Money Rates
Last Pvs Week
Prime Rate 5.25 5.25
Discount Rate 3.25 3.25
Federal Funds Rate 2.25 2.25
Treasuries
3-month 2.31 2.32
6-month 2.59 2.60
5-year 3.64 3.71
10-vear 4.14 4.21
30-year 4.65 4.73


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LowesCos NY .16 55.91 -.96 -1.7 -2.9
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McDnlds NY .55 31.25 -.06 -0.2 -2.5
Microsoft Nasd .32 25.65 -.47 -1.8 -4.0
Motorola NY .16 15.63 -1.40 -8.2 -9.1
Nasd100TrNasd .38 37.05 -1.38 -3.6 -7.2
NY Times NY .62 39.45 -.32 -0.8 -3.3
NobltyH Nasd .20 21.73 +.01 ... -7.5
NortelNIf NY ... 3.16 -.16 -4.8 -8.9
OcciPet NY 1.10 57.63 -.50 -0.9 -1.3
Oracle Nasd ... 13.31 -.32 -2.3 -3.0
Penney NY .50 41.75 -.76 -1.8 +.8
PepsiCo NY .92 53.57 +.74 +1.4 +2.6
Pfizer NY .76 24.48 -.77 -3.0 -9.0
Potash s NY .60 79.16 +2.44 +3.2 -4.7
Qualcom s Nasd .28 37.80 -4.41 -10.4 -10.8
Ryder NY .60 44.27 -1.63 .-3.6 -7.3
Sears NY .92 49.96 -.53 -1.0 -2.1
SiriusS Nasd ... 5.83 -.62 -9.6 -23.5
SouthnCo NY 1.43 32.89 -.05 -0.2 -1.9
SPDR Amex2.19 116.78 -1.46 -1.2 -3.4
SunMicro Nasd ... 4.17 -.05 -1.2 -22.6
TimeWarn NY ... 18.59 -.20 -1.1 -4.4
WalMart NY .52 53.01 -.98 -1.8 +.4
WinDix NY ... 3.77 -.16 -4.1 -17.1
Yahoo s Nasd ... 35.30 -1.40 -3.8 -6.3


Currencies
Last Pvs Day
Australia 1.2989 1.3163
Britain 1.8797 1.8678
Canada 1.2211 1.2335
Euro .7662 .7713
Japan 102.67 103.31
Mexico 11.2440 11.2950
Switzerlnd 1.1846 1.1900
British.pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All oth-
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Dow Jones 11,000

industrials 10,000


For the week ending
Friday, Jan 21


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Record high: 11,722.98 I I I I I i i i I 7,000
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MUTUAL FUNDS
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Name Obj ($Mlns) NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt
Vanguard Idx Fds: 500 n SP' 84,167 107.65 -3.4 +3.4/A -12.9/A NL 3,000
American Funds A: InvCoAA p LV 64,879 29.84 -2.7 +3.5/D +15.6/C 5.75 250
Fidelity Invest: Magellan n LC 63,295 100.47 -3.0 +1.2/C -18.9/C NL 2,500
American Funds A: WshMutA p LV 63,07.9 29.77 -3.3 +3.5/D +29.8/B 5.75 250
American Funds A: GwthFdA p XG 60,323 26.39 -2.8 +3.0/B +2.3/A 5.75 250
PIMCO Instl PIMS:TotRet n IB 45,790 10.68 +0.2 +4.1/A +51.8/A NL 5,000,000
Fidelity Invest: Contra n XG 44,484 55.01 -2.3 +9.2/A +4.9/A NL 2,500
Dodge&Cox: Stock XV 43,266 126.00 -2.4 +9.9/A +77.2/A NL 2,500
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American Funds A: EupacAp IL 36,919 34.59 -1.1 +10.6/C -0.9/B 5.75 250
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Vanguard Instl Fds: Instldx n SP 34,989 106.76 -3.4 +3.5/A -12.4/A NL 10,000,000
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American Funds A: CapInBIA p MP 32,504 52.17 -1.1 +12.9/A +69.2/A 5.75 250
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Vanguard Fds: Welltn n BL 28,328 29.51 -1.9 +6.5/A +42.9/A NL 3,000
American Funds A: CapWGrA p GL 26,905 32.97 -1.4 +11.5/A +47.3/A 5.75 250
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Fidelity Invest: GroCo n XG 25,180 52.77 -5.1 0.0/C -37.8/C NL 2,500
Fidelity Invest: Puritan BL 23,934 18.53 -2.0 +4.1/B +30.8/A NL 2,500
Fidelity Invest: BlueChipGr LC 23,578 40.14 -3.5 -1.2/D -29.0/D NL 2,500
Fidelity Invest: Diverlntl n IL 23,419. 27.79 -0.9 +11.5/B +24.6/A NL 2,500
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Vanguard Admiral: 500Adml n SP 22,411 107.66 -3.4 +3.5/A NS NL 250,000
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Childcare

CHILDCARE lic. FOCO0007 &
insured. Open Mon Fri. 6am 7:30
pm. Between High Spring &
Ellisville. 386-755-7875

Fencing

Fencing-Installation & Repairs
A & B Professional Fence Company
Wood/Chain Link/Farm Fence
Free Estimates 386- 963-4861

Painting Service

NICK'S PAINTING
Interior/Exterior. Quality Work!
Free Estimates. Will meet or beat all
other estimates. Call 386-344-5303

Lawn & Landscape Service

Custom Cuts Lawn & Landscape.
Customized lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, design. Corn. & Resd. Lic. &
insured. Call 386-496-2820 lv msg.

Services

Computer running SLOW? Inter-
net not working, POPUPS killing
you? Make it like NEW again! 755-
5255 Also specializing in BUSI-
NESS REPAIRS, NETWORKS,
WEBSITES & NEW SYSTEMS.
LIC. NURSE. 28 yrs. exp. Respite
Care. My Home. Elderly, Handicap.
Alzheimers, dialysis and diabetics
accepted. PH. 386-752-9032
TIME TO MULCH
Make your floWer beds look like
new. Delivered & spread or just
delivery. 386-935-6595

Land Services

sr Bulldozer Work! tractor work,
root raking, bush hogging, seeding,
sodding, disking, site prep &
landscape work. All types of
Fencing and Irrigation Repair &
Installation. Free Estimate!
Call 755-3890 or (386) 623-3200
H&H LAND CLEARING
Free Estimates. Licensed & Insured
Quality Work/Low Rates. Complete
Land Clearing. (904)653-1272

Carpet Cleaning

KING OF STEAM
Have your Carpet Cleaned by the
Best! Call for FREE Estimate!
386-344-5100


Legal
PUBLIC AUCTION'
1995 Mazda
VIN#14,VGE31D9S5329279
To Be Held at:
CREAMER'S WRECKER SERVICE
290 NE SUNNYBROOK ST.
LAKE CITY, FL 32055
COLUMBIA COUNTY
386-752-2861
SALE DATE: February 4,2005
TIME: 8:00 AM
01550190
January 23, 2005

020 Lost & Found
Reward, Red/brown male Dashund
named Dosher, 386-344-3290

030 Personals
#1 IN BUSINESS SERVICES
Divorce, Bankruptcy, Resumes
RE Closings, Legal Forms
248 N Marion Av. 755-8717

A Bankruptcy/Divorce
Other court matters can be done
through a low cost, professional.
Area's best Paula 386-454-2378.
100 Jb0
SOpportunities
*CHILD CARE WORKER*
M/F hrs. 6am-6pm
Call 752-4411 or fax qualifications
to: 752-0740
Must have clean background check.
01549781




SOUTHEAST REGIONAL
DRIVERS
Davis Express, Starke, F1 is "
looking for drivers to run SE.
Requires Class A CDL w/hazmat.
98% loads in Fla., Ga., TN.,
S.C., & Alabama.
1 yr. exp. .34 cpm
@2 yrs. exp. .35 cpm
@3 yrs. exp. .36 cpm
@ 100% lumber reimbursement
$500 sign on bonus
Safety bonus
Guaranteed hometime
BCBS insurance
Call 1-800-874-4270 #6
www.davis-express.com

Alabama Motor Express is a
growing family oriented trucking
company that is presently hiring
Company Drivers and Owner Op-
erators.
Paid Orientation
Lease Purchase plan available
Annual bonuses
Excellent home time
Small fleets welcome
Call Recruiting @
1-800-633-7590 ext. 116


W100 Opportunities
01549957
AMERICA'S AIR FORCE
Jobs available in over
150 careers, plus:
* Enlistment bonuses for certain
careers
* Up to $10,000 Student Loan
Repayment
* Up to 100% tuition assistance
* High tech training
High-school grads age 17-27
call 1-800-423-USAF or
visit AIRFORCE.COM.



U.S. AIR FORCE

CROSS INTO THE BLUE
01550026
PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS
$1000 new hire bonus for experi-
enced drivers! Call about dry bulk
& flatbed positions @ our.
Newberry Terminal 866-300-8759
01550056

IPBG
THE PEPSI BOTTLING GROUP

NOW HIRING
The Pepsi Bottling Group of Lake
City is now hiring for Relief Route
Sales positions. Please review the
detailed job descriptions and
requirements, listed on the website
and apply online at
www.pbgcareers.com.
No phone calls please.
PBG is an Equal Opportunity
Employer

01550088
Growing Insurance Agency
looking for licensed P&C and
Life Health Sales person. Must
have excellent personal relations
skills, computer skills and ability
to learn quickly. Salary plus
bonus & benefits. Send reply to
Box 01030, C/O The Lake City
Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056

01550107
NEED A JOB?
Get a real estate license.
Call 755-4040 for info
or reach us @ www.nfrec.com
N. FL Real Estate College

BRANCH OFFICE MANAGER
Office administrator for consulting
engineering firm. Sharp, go-getter to
oversee 'all branches of admin. ac-
tivities and coordinate with corpo-
rate office. Manage AR, AP, HR
transactions. Computer literate.
Minimum 5 years relevant experi-
ence. Please fax resume to:
863-904-1449


100 JOpportunities

11550132
SALES REPRESENTATIVE
The Lake City Reporter is seeking
Advertising Sales Rep.
Requirements include: successful
sales background, strong presenta-
tion and organization skills, ability
to meet deadlines and multi-task,
dependable transportation, team
spirit with a positive attitude.
Benefits include: Strong earnings
potential, great working environ-
ment, paid holidays, medical &
401K. Interested applicants should
send resume to:
Advertising Director
Lake City Reporter
S 180 E. Duval Street
Lake City, Florida 32055
No phone calls please.


01550133
The Lake City Reporter has an im-
mediate opening for a Classified
Phone Salesperson. Qualifica-
tions include: knowledge of com-
puters, ability to answer a multi
line phone, ability to meet dead-
lines and work in a team environ-
ment, exceptional organization
skills, the ability to type a mini-
mum of 35 cwpm. Benefits in-
clude: great working environment,
paid holidays, medical and 401K.
Interested applicants should send
resume to:
Advertising Director
Lake City Reporter
P.O. Box 1709
Lake City, Florida 32056
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

01550184
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT






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ers, Dump Trucks, Graders,
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CDL DRIVERS Needed
Join our growing family of
top-notch professionals. Seeking
safe, dependable drivers with class
A CDL, clean MVR, current physi-
cal & good references. Regular
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nors Ref. Transport 800-373-2278


100 Job
100 Opportunities

01550189
Drivers
$1,000 SIGN ON
(For Exp'd Drivers)
For a Limited Time
PLUS




USA TRUCK

Has A Pay Increase!
No NYC & pay On
delivery
Dedicated & Regional avail. -
0/0's, teams & student grads
welcome
Call 7 Days a Week
800-237-4642
,www.usa-truck.com
eoe m/f/h/v
Bring warmth to your
community and energy
to your career...
At Suburban Propane, we have been
satisfying the needs of our 750,000
customers for over 75 years. We are
currently looking for a:
CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE
The successful candidate will
provide customer service and
related administrative support for
the Customer Service Center;
respond to inquires, complaints,
emergency calls and service
request; prepare and distribute
reports; handle customer credit and
collection issues; participate in sales
activities.
Our ideal candidate will be a High
School graduate with excellent
Windows based PC, customer
service, interpersonal and
communication skills.
You will be rewarded with a
competitive salary, bonus and
benefits package. Please forward
your resume and salary
requirements to:
Suburban Propane
426 East Duval Street
Lake City, FL 32055
As part of our hiring process,
background checks and pre-
employment drug test are
performed.
www.surburbanpropane.com
EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

COUNTER SALES Help needed
for local building supply store.
Duties will include counter &
telephone sales, stocking and
general housekeeping. Some
moderate to heavy lifting required.
Good benefits offered after 90 days
(100% employee medical, Holiday
pay & Life Ins.), 401K & vacation
offered after 1 yr. of employment.,
Pick up application at Lake City In-
dustries, 250 NW Railroad Street.


100 ,Job
100 Opportunities

01550197
Management
Take your career from
0-60 in one move with


Local Edition
Hertz is a world-wide car rental
industry leader with
Sales Management Trainee
Opportunities
Are you interested in. a career
managing a fast and exciting '
business? Hertz Local Edition is
expanding in the Lake City area
and has positions available now in
your area. We are in search of
ambitious, talented and competi-
tive people looking for a reward-
ing sales/management career.
Sales Management Trainees start
with a great salary and monthly
sales commission potential.'Many
ultimately become Branch
Managers and receive a very
attractive salary/bonus plan with
company car privileges.
Hertz emphasizes a fun, energetic,
fast paced team environment
where no two days are ever the
same AND- Hertz managers,
with the desire to succeed, can
experience unlimited promotions
based on performance. College
Degree (BS/BA) is highly prefer-
red. Prior sales experience and an
outgoing and friendly personality
is a plus. We offer: Medical insur-
ance, including health, vision,
dental, Short and long-term disa-
bility insurance, AD&D, Depend-
ent and Employee Life insurance,
Retirement, 401(k) with company
match, Ford New Car Purchase
Plan, Vacations, Holidays, Tui-
tion Reimbursement program,
Credit Union.
Qualified candidates may forward
resume to: The Hertz Corpora-
tion, Employee Relations. Email:
PanhandleCareers@hertz.com.
eoe, mfvd, dfw.
www.hertz.com

Drivers:
Solos, Teams & Flatbed
ALWAYS MOVING!
ALWAYS IMPROVING!!!
.' Competitive Pay
* Miles & Home Time
. Benefits & Vacation
* 1 Day Orientation
* EZ Pass & Prepass
Solos Avg.
3,000 mi/week
Class A-CDL, 22 yrs. old,
Good MVR, EOE
WESTERN EXPRESS
888-216-5627

Accepting Applications for:
Servers & Dish Washers.
Apply in person at
QUALITY INN, Lake City


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100 Opportunities

01550223
PRE-SCHOOL, EARLY
CHILDHOOD TEACHERS
needed full time or part time for
expanding year round childcare
center. Open Mon.-Fri.
-*We offer paid Holidays, vaca-
tion, bonus, competitive wages,
pleasant work environment, sup-
portive management, educational
opportunities & established
curriculum.
-Successful Candidates will
have National CDA.or equiva-
lent, warm compassionate
personality w/ great attitude and
exceptional dependability.
Candidates will have clean local,
state & federal background
check and possess CPR & first
aid certification.
-*Successful Candidates will
demonstrate excellence in
preparing & following curricu-
lum & school readiness goals.
Send resumes and credentials for
confidential consideration to Box
01032, C/O The Lake City
Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056


01550248
ATTN: Company Drivers
and Owner Operators
LOCAL/REGIONAL RUNS
MEAN GREAT HOME
TIME!





Plus you'll average $40k/year
plus safety bonus
We also offer:
$ Direct Deposit
$ Late Model Equipment
$ Paid Orientation
$ Medical/Dental
$ Paid Vacation/401K
Lease Purchase available!
Call TDT at 1-877-TDT-BEST
or apply online today
www.gotdt.com
CDLClass A req
No Endorsements Req.
EOE. Drug Free Workplace

01550261
Children's Home Society,
Florida's largest and oldest child
advocacy agency is currently
seeking individuals eager to make
a difference in the life of children.
Become part of the team whose
living philosophy is to "Embrace
Children, Inspire Lives."

FAMILY SUPPORT
WORKER
Provides in-home support to
high-risk families referred due
to, abuse/neglect issues. Must
ha'.e HS. diplona '.'.'2 \ears
e\p '. orkinme '. chidrer Relha-
hbe transponitaitro required and
must be able to work througliout
Columrnhi County. Experience
in MS Word required.
Send resume to:,
Human Resources
Children's Home Society
605 NE 1st Street
GainesvilleFL 32601
Or ipp]l online at www.chsfl.org
http://www.chsfl.org/

01550265
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$1000. New Hire Bonus for
I Experienced Drivers!
WE CAN OFFER YOU:
t Quarterly Bonus Program
tr Late Model Equipment
Paid Vacation
r Dedicated Fleets
*- Insurance
(Health, Life, Dental)
CDLA w/hazmat &
1 yr. OTR exp.
Flatbed exp. a plus!
1-888-562-9068





driveccc.com

ACCTS RECEIVABLE/
PAYABLE with (General Book-
keeping skills) Computer Literate,
Hours 8AM to 4:30 PM, Mon. Fri.
We offer 40 1K, Health, Dental,
Vacation, Sick days. Call 386-496-
2251/800-766-7558 after 9:30 AM.
MID-FLA HAULING,
Worthington Springs, FL


1n0 Job
100 Opportunities

01550284
Maintenance Worker
(2 Positions Lake City & G'ville)
Reports to supervisor on facility.
Ensures that maintenance work is
performed in a timely manner and
in compliance with safety & health
reg. Performs preventive maint.,
maintain inventory control of
janitorial & maint. supplies,
department tools & equipment.
Must be HVAC qualified & be
able to perform each essential duty
satisfactorily. High school diploma
or GED; or one year related
experience and/or training; or
equivalent combination of
education and experience.
Excellent benefits. For details visit:
jobs(5mbhci.org or call our job
line (352) 374-5679, Send
resumes to Meridian Behavioral
Healthcare, Inc., Human
Resources, 4300 SW 13th St,
G'ville, FL 32608.
fax-352-374-5608. ATTN: refer to
Sun. Ad. EOE.DFWP
01550287
Human Resource Specialist
Assist the Dir. of HR in adminis-
tering the Center's personnel
programs. Knowledge of
unemployment, worker's compen-
sation, C&F and DJJ issues &
background screening and service
contracts. Ability to communicate
benefits and procedures to staff.
Reconciles dental, health, life
insurance e& long-term disability.
Settle discrepancies between bills
and deductions. Submit to
Accounts Payable for payment.
Bachelor's degree and one year
experience in related field. Specific
related experience may substitute
for the required education on a
year for year basis. ,
Excellent benefits. For details visit:
jobs@mbhci.oig or call our job,
line (352) 374-5679. Send re-
sumes to Meridian Behavioral
Heahhliare. Inc.. Human Resour-
ce, 43110 S\% 13th St, G'ville, FL
32608.
fax-352-374-5608. ATTN: refer to
Sun. Ad. EOE.DFWP
01550288
Emergency Services
Intake Evaluator

This is an advanced professional
position requiring assessment/eval-
uation skills. Conducts emergency
assessments for clients and/or
referral sources ranging from mild
to severe disability through
telephonic & face-to-face contact
to determine treatment needs. Can
effectively diagnose using DSM
IV. Master's Degree or equivalent
hours from an accredited college or
university, in psychology, social
work, counseling, or a related field.
Minimum salary $26,000.
Excellent benefits. For details visit:
iobs()mbhci.org or call our job
line e3521 374-567". 'Sendre-
Sl e'. 10 lcndlan Behavioral
He.ilhJcare Inc., Human Resour-
ces, 4300 SW 13th St, G'ville, FL
32608.
fax-352-374-5608. ATTN: refer to
Sun. Ad. EOE.DFWP
ALUMINUM SCREEN Room
Installers needed.
F'. perience necessary.
CaIll 36-755-5779

AUTO MNECH. NIC wanted.
E perierice & tools required.
3.-7-?52-8070


City of Lake City is accepting appli-
caiions for the ftlov.irig po-iions"
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For a complete list of minimum
qualifications and to fill out an
application, please visit City Hall,
150 NW Alachua Avenue,
Lake City, Florida 32055.
Deadline for these positions is
TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2005.
No phone calls please.
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Student Graduates,
Owner Operators,
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100 Opportunities
CLERICAL
MANY POSITIONS AVAILABLE
WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
386-755-1991
DRUGSCREEN/BACKGRD REQ.
Commercial & Residential
Construction Cost Estimator needed
with references. Submit resume by
fax to 386-754-5431 or Contact
Mr. Jacobson @ 386-754-5678
DELIVERY DRIVER with clean
Class D CDL. Must have,
knowledge of Lake City,
Gainesville & Macclenny areas and
be able to lift heavy objects. Good
benefits offered after 90 days (100%
employee medical, Holiday pay &
Life Ins.), 401K & vacation offered
after 1 yr. of employment. Pick up
application at Lalke City Industries,
'250 NW Railroad Street.
DRIVERS
Are you getting a pay raise in 2005?
Roehl drivers are! Van drivers up
to 39 plus bonus. Flatbed drivers -
up to 410 plus bonus, plus tarp. Up
to $2,000. sign on bonus. Students
Welcome. Class A required. EOE
Call Roehl, "THE TAKE HOME
MORE BE HOME MORE
CARRIER."
$$$ 800-626-4915 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com
DRIVERS
DEDICATED RUN
$4,000 SIGN ON
Bradenton, FL to.all 48
Class A CDL.
Clean Driving Record
Call Jim at 800-569-9271
EXP. CDL-A DRIVE ERS
NOW IS THE TINIME
LET'S TALK!!
Mesilla Valley Transportation
1-800-944-4544
E\perienriced s-offit or siding insijaller
Sarnied. NMoIj Jied, hard i worker,
crew leader potential. Precision
Exteriors 752-4022/Lv message.
F/T Maintenance Person. Must be
able to % o k e enings. weekends,
& Holidays. Apply in person
Best Western Inn 1-75 & US 90 W
FLAT BED DRIVERS
Atlantic Truck Line
Class A, in state & home every
night. $600-$750/wk. Yearly $1,000
safety bonus. 3 yrs. exp. Paid vac.,
health/dental. Call PDS Mon-Fri-
day, 9am-4 pm. 1-800-874-1,737
FLORAL DESIGNER
Min. 3 years exp.
Call 386-935-2144 or 386-935-1966
ask for Rick or Shirley
FRAMERS NEEDED
Dependable transportation'
& experience a must.
386-623-5084 or 386-754-8814
MECHANIC FT position open @
Spirit of the Suwannee Starting
salary $10 $12.00/hour based on
level of experience.
Apply in person at
3076 95th Dr. (Hwy 129 N)
Live Oak, FL E.O.E.


100 Jb0
100 Opportunities
HR SPECIALIST
Position responsible for benefit and
LOA administration. Must possess
excellent oral and written communi-
cation skills and ability to work
independently in a fast paced
environment. Previous office
experience to include working
knowledge of Microsoft Word and
Excel required. Previous HR
experience a plus. Please mail
resume to TIMCO Aviation
Services, 102 SE Academic Ave.,
Lake City, FL 32025 or
fax 386-755-3660.
Industrial Distributor has a Tremen-
dous opportunity for disciplined
Outside Salesperson to manage
and grow a local territory. Six figure
income potential. Lake City based.
Fax resume to: 813-283-9024
INDUSTRIAL
MANY POSITIONS AVAILABLE
ALL SHIFTS
MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT 50.TO
70 LBS.
COMPUTER SKILLS A PLUS
WAL STAF PERSONNEL
386-755-1991
DRUGSCREEN/BACKGRD REQ.
INSURANCE SALES
Agents w/strong work ethic
Leads, Benefits, Training
(229)890-1234 Sherry
LAST CHANCE.
5 openings left. No experience
needed. Paid training, travel & lodg-
ing furnished for this FUN JOB. No
suits or ties. Shorts & sneakers pre-
ferred. Call 1-877-632-9123
LUMBER SALES
\\ill train, glcji t ereli-t'
Appl in pc rson. IDAHO TIMBER
Sttie Rd 101 E. 755-5555
Maintenance Person.'Ground-
Keeper for horse Liin Clean 'i all.
wash trucks, mow pastures, etc..
Poss. housing provided. 935-3006
M1 INTENANCE TECH Wanted
FT poitlon in Gaines\ ille Trouhle-
shoot basic Apt. Maintenance Apply
220 N Main St (352) 375-2152
MULTI-PLANT STEEL truss
fabricator has an immediate opening
for a regional salesperson based in
Florida. This individual will be
responsible for light gauge steel.
component sales in the Florida
Market. Knowledge of commercial
construction and reading plans is
required. Experience with
commercial GC's and Drywall
companies preferred. 'Benefits
include 401K, health, and dental.
We offer a competitive salary/
commission/ car allowance. Send
resume to PO Box 297, Locust, NC
28097 or via email to:
timl(@lgst.com
NOW HIRING All positions.
Management, cook, cashiers, serv-
ers, dii'h i.'.asher operator. prep. per-
son. Apple) in person. Management
only, fax resume to 904-3,17-4569-
or e-mail to goshonevs@(aol.com


Make Your Mark,
Right Here, Right Now!
Managers Salaries from $25K-$40K
Steak n Shake seeks top performers with a strong work ethic for its
Management Development Program. If you have a willingness to embrace our
business, then we would like to talk to you! You'll enjoy a great benefits
pkg such as medical/dental/ vision insurance and 401(k) w/co. match!
Management Opportunities existing Lake Cit.. la,: |;o- i-le ana i,.jn.ls'"ii.
Please fax your resume to: (407) 788-9250 or en,,Il tu traci.buffington'a'
steaknshake.com or call (800) 95-SHAKE x 110. EOE
www.steaknshake.com




Walt's Live Oak Ford-Mercury
Looking for experienced salespeople or right

people with no experience. W ill train.

*Up to 35% commissions *Demo program for salespeople

*Health Insurance Great working environment

*Paid 3% on F&I *Paid salary during training
Please call Bobby Coqswell at 386-362-1112


As ar, Cirfii:e Erg.reIri, ria i r ia n h SOiulhI iat Regan VCu Will
lr3, i'e i ri 01r.'an i lquarinliti,. i s-,:I i ,.:.rnir, ll,, tbhir, rid M d
pFiV ;- lilTia.6 prrep.ii, bd ii,,jiTiirl, ,a d a l-I i,,n 1 r .,,,l w *.-.e
project estimates. This individual aill be responsible lur contractor
compliance with CPPR, EEO regulations and FOOT reporting requirements with CQR, as
well as maintain contract files and assist project managers with subcontracts. You will
also assist in developing methods with additional duties to include reporting time for
hourly employees, evaluating performance of direct reports and assisting workers as
needed.
. To qualify, you will need the following: 2-5 years' supervisory experience and preferably
a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering; We are seeking a dedicated self-starter with a
strong desire to succeed and progress with the company. Qualified candidates must be
authorized to work in the United States.
In return, we offer our associates a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits
package, and opportunities for development and advancement throughout our
organization. At APAC, we are determined to win our customers through dedicated
people and excellent service! APAC is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Affirmative
Action Employer- M/F/D/V. No phone calls, please.
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION, please apply online at:
http://ashland.kenexa.com/ashland/newhr/front-end.asp?cmd=10
This will take you to our career center. Once there, please enter job number
2421211 in the Keyword
WE DO NOTACCEPT RESUMES FROM THIRD PARTY RECRUITERS (AGENCIES) FOR ANY OF OUR
OPENINGS UNLESS WE HAVE A SIGNED AGREEMENT IN PLACE TO FILL A SPECIFIC POSITION.
driving innovation

apacj

www.apac.com


100 Opportunities
OWNER OPERATORS wanted.
Must have late model tandem axle
tractors. Pulling company owned
flatbeds within southeast region.
Home weekends and some week-
nights. Excellent compensation!

Part Time Housekeeper needed.
Apply in person at
The Health Center of Lake City.
560 SW McFarlane Ave.
EOE. D/F/W/P
PART-TIME CHURCH Secretary
Needed. General office, typing &
computer skills a must. Proficient in
Word & multi tasking. Good com-
munication & phone skills required.
Apply in person M-F, 8 am to noon
at Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church, 1272 SW
McFarlane Ave. Lake City.

Personal Assistant/Secretary
wanted to work in office environ-
ment. Flexible hours, excellent pay.
Fax resume to 813-283-9024
PHISH HEADS-
Now Taking Aps for Cooks,
Experience Preferred. Apply in Per-
son, 1445 SW Main Blvd. Suite 170
Lake City.
PLUMBER NEEDED Mostly
Residential. Pffice in Branford area.
Good pay, Some benefits.
Please Call 386-935-6531
Drivers-CDL A
$3,000 Co. Driver
Sign on Bonus!
$7,000 O/Operator Bonus!
Pre-Pass Plus, No NYC or
Canada, Optional NE,
& NO loading /Unloading!.
Plus, o/ops receive:
.85cpm loaded or empty
AND free base plates/permits
1 yr. OTR & 23 yrs. old Req.
No Ha/mal Required
lIecruiters available 7 days
per week and phone apps.
are approved w/ in 60 minutes!
1-800-848-0405
www.ptl-inc.com
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QUIZNOS SUB.
Now hiring All positions.
Apply at Florida Crown,
971 W. Duval St. (Hwy 90)
BILLING/ADMIN CLERK *
Works well with others in a fast
pace Environment. Knowledge of
Excel, Word helpful. This is a full
time position. (40hrs.) Paid
vacation, 401K, medical & dental
'insurance. Send reply to Box 01029,
C/O The Lake City Reporter, P.O.
Box 1709, Lake City, FL, 32056
SATELLITE Dish Installers.
:Must have Truck, Tools &.
Insurance. E\perienced ONLY
Apply. _or-ai -l 59


100 Job
100 Opportunities
SCHOOL READINESS
POSITIONS
Highly motivated with a strong
background in developmentally
appropriate practices for children.
.Assist with programmatic services,
training and workshops to enhance
the delivery of early care and
educational services. Salary Range
$20,000 to $27,000. Submit resume
by Jan. 28, 2005 to Gateway School
Readiness Coalition Inc., Attn: HR
484 SW Commerce Dr. Suite 155,
Lake City, FL 32025

SCOGGINS CHEVROLET,
Olds., Buick, Inc., in Chiefland has
an immediate opening for an auto-
motive technician with ASE/GM
certifications. Own tools and trans-
portation required. Top pay and
benefit package. Apply in person at
1424 N. Young Blvd in Chiefland,
FL. Fax resume to 352-493-1815
Attention Service Manager. Or E-
Mail resume to Vemonl(@Bell-
south.net. EOE, DFWP NO
PHONE CALLS PLEASE
SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST/
CASHIER
1 Full Time position avail, in fast
paced Legal Office. Must know
legal terminology; must know multi
line phone system accuracy\ and
dependability a must Criminal &
credit background check.
Great benefit package
Send reply to F/T Secretary
Box 01031, C/O The Lake City
-Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056
SOUTHERN OAKS GOLF CLUB
Part time positions: Pro Shop-Golf
Cart attendant, Beverage Cart Driv-
er. Weekend hours necessary. Call
752-2266 7am-6pm for information.
Driver/Flatbed
Up To 35 /mi
Loaded OR Empty
A New Terminal *
1 State Fisnatch R FI, GA. & SC


+ Great Hometime!
+ BCBS Family Ins Plan
Starting At only $39.95/wk!
Benefits pkg & bonuses
+ Late Model Assigned equip.
Min 23 yrs old,' Class A CDL &. 1 yr
OTR exp. Must have Flatbed Exp.
Call Bonnie: 800-793-0953
SUNBELT TRANSPORT
Or Apply Online!
www.patriottrans.com

SURVEYING Help needed.
Experienced Instrument Person &
Draftsman. Call during business
hours. 386-758-9831

TEACHER NEEDED. Warm, ma-
ture, dependable, loving & energetic
person needed to work with chil-
dren. CDAand experience prefer-
red. High School Diploma a must.
Paid vacation, sick leave & holi-
days. Apply in person at Happy
Hod ;e Child Care Center, 544 NW
Lake Jeffrey Rd. LC#30129 EOE


America's Nursing Caring for
America's Heroes.
The North Florida South Georgia VA Medical Center wants you to join us for our:








We are hiring new Grads!
Cardiac Cath RNs, ICU, Med/Surg, OR & OR Techs
Leadership positions available!

We will be conducting on-site interviews!
Ask about our available sign-on bonus!

For more information, or if unable to attend our Open House,
please respond to:
North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health Systems, Human Resources,
ATTN: Carole Dunlon, 1601 SW Archer Rd., Gainesville, FL 32606
Call Our Nurse Recruiter at 352.374.6087 or 352.374.6047 EOE
i Department of
www.nurserecruiting.com Veterans Affairs


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LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2005


100 Job
100 Opportunities
The Department of Transportation
has an opening for an Automotive
Service Technician & Mechanic,
Level 2. Bi-Weekly Salary Range is
$801.93 $1,100.00. Minimum
qualifications:
1. Knowledge of preventative
maintenance for automobiles,
trucks, diesel engines or related
equipment.
2. Knowledge of testing
equipment used in the repair of
automotive equipment.
3. Ability to lift 70 pounds.
4. Ability to perform oxygen,
acetylene and electric welding
related to automotive and
equipment repairs.
5. Ability to read, write and
understand shop manuals and
work orders.
6. Ability to climb, squat, stoop,
push, pull, crawl, bend and work
in all types of weather.
Special Requirement: Class A
driver's license
Please apply on-line at
"https://jobs.myflorida.com"
Refer to Requisition number
55010420. Only State of Florida
applications will be accepted -
no resumes, please.
Ad closes February 1, 2005.
EO/AA/VP Employer
THE HAIR SHOP
is looking for a stylist to work
Fri Mon.
Call 961-8040
TRUCK DRIVER needed. Class A
CDL w/clean driving record. Min. 2
yr. exp. Local route. 386-623-2224
or 386-755-4602. 2:30 6 pm
Washington Inventory
Service
Inventory Specialist/Crew Manager
* To perform physical Inventory
for retail stores, by using a 10-key
machine & scanner.
* We require: Internet access,
acceptable driving history &
telephone access 24/7.
* We offer: paid training, benefits
including 401K, travel flexible
hours, early AM or late PM hours,
travel FL & GA. area.
* Call Today 904-296-1664
WE NEED YOU if you are a safe,
dependable driver, Class A CDL,
clean MVR. Part time & full time-
drivers needed. Home every night,
weekends off. Good benefits...
Columbia Grain 755-7700


100 Job
100 Opportunities
Waste Control of Florida,
Waste Management Inc.
Has an immediate opening for a
hard working, flexible individual to
fill the position of Driver/La-
borers. This position requires a
minimum Class B CDL with air
brake endorsement.
Waste Control offers a full Benefits
Package including Health Insurance
and 401-K Plan.
If you feel you meet the require-
ments, Please apply by phone
1-877-220-JOBS (5627) or online at
WWW.WMCAREERS.COM
EOE/ADA/DFWP
Weigh Master Positions
Available
Large mfg co looking for weigh
masters... we need responsible
people that are prepared to deal with
a fast paced environment. Must
have good communication skills,
outgoing personality, be detailed
oriented, some computer experience
required, prepared to work long
hours during our busy season. We
will train, but knowledge of scales
and weights for trucks a PLUS.
Health plan and 401K retirement
plan available. Please fax resume to
Scales at 386-758-4523 Drug Free
Workplace.

o Sales
Employment
The 4th Largest Fleetwood dealer
in Florida, Freedom Mobile Home
Sales, Inc., has an opening for a
responsible, honest Sales Person.
Apply in person only. 800-769-0952

120 Medical
1 0 Employment
01549777
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
For 180-Bed Skilled
Nursing Facility
All Shifts FT & PT
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 Helvenston Street S.E.
Live Oak FL 32064
EOE/D/M/V/M
SLPN Needed at Veterans Domicil-
ary Home. Salary Negotiable week-
ends off. Midnight shift. 11:45PM -
7:45 AM. Submit State Of Florida
Application on-line at
.https://jobs.myflorida.com/
login.html or contact Linda Thomp-
son at 386-758-0600 ext. 3117


120 Medical
120U Employment

01550221
DIETITIAN
SHANDS @ LAKE SHORE
Is currently seeking qualified
applicants for a full time
Dietitian. Must have a bachelors
degree in Food Service & Human
Nutrition. Completion of ADA
approved dietetics internship,
current ADA registration and
State of Florida registration as a
Licensed and Registered
Dietitian. Three years applied
clinical nutrition practice
required. For more information
contact Human Resources at:
386-754-8147, or apply in person
at 368 NE Franklin St., Lake City,
Fla., or apply on line at
www.shands.org. EOE, M/F/V/D
Drug Free Workplace

01550281
Ready to take your therapy
career in a whole new
direction?
Occupational
Therapist/COTA
At Gentiva, you'll discover
how rewarding a therapy
career can be. We are
currently hiring per diem:
Occupational Therapist and
COTA's
There are many reasons to
choose Gentiva, including
outstanding caregiver teams,.
one-on-one interaction, and top of
the line resources.
Commit to us. We'll
commit to you.
Call Jill @ 1/866-GENTIVA
or email
jill.Lindsey@gentiva.com
HHA#206340963&299991379
Come home to Gentiva
America's home healthcare
leader
EOE



Ge ntiva


1 Medical
120 Employment

015"50283
MERIDIAN BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE. INC.
Acute Care Coordinator, FT
G'ville
Add Specialist, MIST & Adult
Programs, -FT/PT G'ville & PRN
Lake City
Children's Case Mgr, FT
G'ville, Live Oak, Jasper
Counselor IV/Sr. Clinician -
Outpatient Adults & Children -
FT G'ville, Lake City, Jasper
Counselor IV/Sr. Clinician,
Emergency Svcs Intake Evaluator
FT G'ville, Lake City.
Counselor III, FT, LC
Psych Tech, FT/PRN, G'ville &
Lake City
Sr. Client Relations Specialist,
FT Lake City
Send resumes to Meridian Behav-
ioral Healthcare Inc., HR. 4300
SW 13th St., Gainesville, FL
32608 FAX 352-374-5608. or
email jobs()mbhci.org
ATTN: Please refer to Reporter in
your response. EOE/DEWP

01550285
Program Director Acute Care
Assist in the mgmt of the Acute
Care Svs Prog including our 24
hour service programs-Access
Center, Screening Svs, & two
inpatient psych units. 5 yrs exp. in
a human svcs field, ability to
handle clinical & admin. duties,
work flex hours. MS in Social
,Work, Counseling, Psychology or
related field. Licensure required.
Salary commensurate with exp.
Excellent benefits. For details visit:
jobs(@mbhci.org or call our job
line (352) 374-5679. Send re-
sumes to Meridian Behavioral
Healthcare, Inc., Human Resour-,
ces, 4300 SW 13th St, G'ville, FL
32608.
fax-352-374-5608. ATTN: refer to
Sun. Ad. EOE.DFWP

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
needed. 25-30 hrs. per week
Excellent pay. No nights &
No weekends' Fax resume
386-754-6176 or call 386-754-3092


120 Medical
Employment
MEDICAL RECORDS
POSITION, Excellent opportunity,
computer skills, attention to detail,
billing background helpful. $11.00
to $13.00 hr DOE. 386-752-4213 or
1-800-683-1810
North Florida Surgery Center has
the following positions available:
Immediate opening for RN-PRN,
and Full time housekeeper. Fax're-
sume to 386-755-2169 or mail to:
256 Professional Glen, Suite 101,
Lake City, FL 32025
OPS (Pool) Staff needed for RN,
LPN, C.N.A. at Jenkins Domiciliary
Home of Florida. Salary is
negotiable. Must be able to work
rotating shifts. Please complete
an on-line application at
https://jobs.myflorida.com/index.
html or contact Linda Thompson at
(386) 758-0600 Ext. 3117.
Closure date is 1/3.1/05.
TELEMETRY TECH
Lake City Medical Center has this
position open: F/T days.M-F. 7a to
3p. Requirements are: EMT, Para-
medic or PCT Certification and pre-
* vious exp preferred. Please apply in
person at: Lake City Medical Cen-
ter, Human Resources, 340 NW
Commerce Dr. Lake City, FL
32055. www.lakecitymedical.com

170 Business
SOpportunities
6 RENTAL Houses for Sale
Cosmetic Repairs Only
386-623-5595 or
(904) 334-4280
FANTASTIC SAMS National hair
salon franchise. No hair experience
needed. Low investment. Financing
avail. Strong local support. Cash
business. Meets E-2 Visa. 888-326-
7267 x 5 or art@getahaircut.com

310 Pets & Supplies
CHIHUAHUA
,3YR old Female
FREE to Good Home ONLY.
386-497-2924
CHIHUAHUA PUPPY male.
9 weeks old. (small.) $150 obo.
Already started on his shots.
386-497-2924
FREE KITTEN. Beautiful, short
haired-tabby black striped, green
eyes. Very lovable, needs good
home. '36-'S-SS45


310 Pets & Supplies
German Shepherd Puppies. AKC,
OFA, POP. Excellent temperament.
6 generation champion Pedigree.
$450 ea. 386-961-8480
INDOOR CAT.
3 & 1/2 year old male, spayed.
Needs loving Home.
386-754-8908
PIT BULL Terriers. $500. 2 males.
1 tan & 1 red. 386-752-5194
PUBLISHERS NOTE
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health certifi-
cate from a licensed veterinarian
documenting they have mandatory
shots and are free from intestinal
and external parasites. Many species
of wildlife must be licensed by Flor-
ida Fish and Wildlife. If you are un-
sure, contact the local office for in-
formation.
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360 Feed, Seed
& Plants
Seed Cane: Red and green. 850 for
25 or more. 386-431-1833

402 Appliances
KENMORE WASHER
Good condition.
Works Great. $100.
386-752-1744
Restaurant Freezer less than 2 years
old. $400. (904)476-4341
STOVE for sale. Kenmore (Sears)
30" Electric range w/cord, Almond,
Good condition. $100.
386-754-3984

403 Auctions
CONSIGNMENT AUCTION
FEBRUARY 5TH 9AM
Trucks, tractors, trailers, golf carts,
boats, tools, much more.
4726 US 90 East, 1/2'mile East of
Airport. Consignments Welcome.
Elrod Auctions 904-699-7067
AU2214/AB 1698
ESTATE AUCTION
Mon. Jan. 24th @ 6 p.m.,
High Springs, FL, Hwy 27N.
*Estate Merchandise*
Antique/modem fum., coins, art-
work glassware, dia. jewelry, 10%
B.P. Red Williams AU 437/AB 270
1-386- 454-4091


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404 Baby Things
BABY ITEMS-Very Good
Condition! Baby Crib-Changing
Table $65, must sell.
call 719-5626 anytime.
BABY ITEMS-VERY Good
Condition! Nice stroller with
car seat carrier-$35!!,
must sell. call 719-5626 anytime.
BABY ITEMS-VERY Good
Condition! Walker-$15,
must sell. call
719-5626 anytime.
BABY ITEMS-VERY Good
Condition! Vibrating baby
seat-$8, must sell.
call 719-5626 anytime.

407 Computers
COMPAQ NOTEBOOK
ARMADA. $265. 386-754-0117
NEW Z45
LEXMARK
InkJet Printer. $29.
386-754-8908

408 Furniture
4 OAK tables; coffee, sofa & 2 end
tables. $150. 752-8402, 288-6156
BEIGE LOVE SEAT.
Nice & Clean. $100.
386-752-8402 or
288-6156
DARK PINE HUTCH $300.
752-8402 or 288-6156
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER.
Hold 27 inch. TV. $69.
386-754-2588 or
365-0651
FULL MATRESS/
BOX SPRINGS. $79.
386-754-2588 or
365-0651
Full size Bed ma'tress, Frame &'
Headboard. $250. (904)476-4341
GOOD CONDITION, plaid sofa
and love seat. Pretty-greens
and blues. Must see. $200.00!!
Call anytime. 719-5626
/MUST SEE!! Beautiful -top of the
line BROYHILL floral sofa,love-
seat,large area rug,and lamp.LIKE
NEW. Must sell-We are moving.
call 719-5626 anytime. $370.00
Queen Ann Highboy, full bed, no
Mattress. $200. 752-8402, 288-6156
QUEEN SIZE
Mattress, box springs, frame &
headboard. $95. Clean & in good
condition. 386-755-6762
RECLINER,
couch w/2 recliners,
3 end tables, $150.00
386-754-3864
SMALL SOFA.
Dark Blue Floral.
Almost new. Looks great. $75.
386-752-1744
TWIN MATRESS/
BOX SPRINGS. $49. ,
36f.754-54- I- .X..Bor
365-0651
VERY NICE hard wood rocker.
Like new $85.
Original $199.
386-754-8908


408 Furniture
White Butcher Block Dinette,
4 chairs. $100.
Excellent Condition!!
386-754-2588 or 365-0651

415 Photo
415 Equipment
FOR SALE $600. obo, 4 Wall- Pic-
ture concealed BW Spy cameras for
household video security and re-
cording. Don Ripley 352 527 9776.

420 Wanted to Buy
K&H TIMBER
Timber Co. Payment in advance for
standing pine timber. Large or small
tracts. Call 386-758-7636.

430 Garage Sales
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Effective October 1, 2003
All Yard Sale Ads
must be prepaid

440 Miscellaneous
31548548
DIRECT SATELLITE
Systems Installed ,
free no equipment to buy
Call 961-8415

2004 14X7X9. Dump Trailer.
$7,900. 386-754-0117
Left hand GOLF CLUBS, com-
plete set Peerless irons, Big Bertha
driver and Big Bertha three wood,
excellent, $200, Call 719-6561

450 Good Things
5 toEat
01550143
!!Grand Opening!!
Hamilton Co. Produce. Friday
Jan. 21st. Open 7 days a week.
Delivered daily. Comer of Hwy
41 & SR 137. 386-397-4114 or
386-288-3918

PECAN HOUSE in Ellisville.
Closing 1/29. After Jan.29th, Call
for Buy and Cracked pecans.
386-752-1258 or 386-697-6420


460 Firewood
FIREWOOD GAS Logs
for sale. 18" Gas Logs in
good condition. $100.
day time 386-752-0258

463 -Building
Materials

HARDWOOD FLOORING.
Quality Pre-Finished, Engineered.
Oaks, Maple, Bamboo. Great Prices.
1-800-314-6291

n30 Mobile Homes
U U for Rent

CANNON CREEK MH PARK
2 & 3br available from $400/mo.
1 year lease req. No pets
386-752-6422


Own Your Own Home


630 Mobile Homes
630 for Rent
IN PARK Mobile Homes for Rent
2BR/2BA 1st & sec. required.
Applications & references required.
386-719-2423
LATE MODEL MOBILE HOMES
Starting $365 month, Beautiful
Pond setting, w/trees. CH/A & ca-
ble. No pets. Call 386-961-0017
RENTAL/LEASE OPTION
1 D/W Mobile Home
3B/2BA, Near Live Oak
386-755-4435 Call Mon. Fri. 8-5

640 Mobile Homes
640 for Sale
ATTENTION HOMEBUYERS!
2150 SF Home in Restricted
Subdivision off CR 242.
Call Craig @ 386-754-0198
ATTENTION LANDOWNERS!
Guaranteed Approval on the Home
of your choice. 2 to 5 bedrooms.
Any plan. Call Randy 386-754-8844
!! 6/12 Roof Pitch!!
Have you seen it yet?
Call Trey @ 386-754-8844
9 ft. ceilings. Attic. Palm Harbor.
$43. per sq. ft.
1/2 the cost of the building.
!! NO Hassle!!
We use your W2's for your down
payment on any home. 3 to 5 Bed-
rooms. Call Trey @ 386-754-8844
!!WANTED!!
Trade-Ins in any condition. Singles
or Doubles. For your New purchase
on any new single/Double. Call
Randy @ 386-754-8844
4 or 5br/2ba
5 acres in country.
$80,000
386-935-3364
ABSOLUTELY "THE BEST"
Mobile Homes and Modulars
Move over Palm & Jake, the new
#1 home is here. Guaranteed
Gary Hamilton Homes 758-6755
CALL TO GET
PRE-APPROVED FOR A
MANUFACTURED HOME
CALL 31-800-355-9385
HOME LOANS
FOR AS LITTLE AS
$500 DOWN
@ 386-752-7751
LOOK! SALE OR LEASE
2.5 acres. 3br/2ba.
DWMH. Your terms!
386-466-1104 -
MODULAR HOMES
$330 mo. 3Br/2Ba. 140 MPH wind.
Foundation. Your land. Gary
Hamilton Hbmes. 386-758-6755
TRIPLE WIDE
ON 17 ACRES IN
OLD TOWN
CALL BOBBY @ 386-752-7751


640 Mobile Homes
0 for Sale
PALM HARBOR Modular Homes.
Over 40 plans to chose from. The
# 1 Name in Manufactured Homes
is now the #1 Name in Modular.
Call Craig @ 386-754-8844

WE HAVE FHA, VA
& CONVENTIONAL LOAN
PROGRAMS. WITH LOW
DOWN. CALL 1-800-355-9385
WE SPECIALIZE IN
LAND/HOME
PACKAGES
386-752-7751

650 Mobile Home
650 &Land
!!OWNER FINANCE!!
1999 Peachstate 28x70 5br/3ba on 1
acre. Price Creek Rd to Sharon Ln,
3rd on right. $79,500 867-0048

!!READY TO MOVE IN!!
Columbia City area. Excellent
Schools. 40x80. Triple on Land
Call Randy to Qualify 754-8844
*BRANFORD*
1995 28x64 4BR/2BA on 1 acre
wooded lot. Owner financing
Call 386-867-0048
100 x 400 Lot in 3 Rivers Estate in
Branford. Well, septic,w/old MH, rd
frontage, cty in process of paving
Hwy 284. $28k, neg. Deryl Perry
1-800-390-1882.
4 BED Custom Home. 1/2 acre.
Concrete foundation. Driveway,
sod, deck, plus more. Lake City.
Gary Hamilton. 386-758-6755
FSBO. 3/2,'01 MH, 1/2 ac. Paved
St., City water, CH/A & appli. Ideal
for retiree or young family. Between
LC & White Springs. Possible lease
opt. 386-752-1212 or 365-3094
OWNER FINANCE 41S -South of
Lake City, 3br/2ba DWMH Huge
Oak Trees, Large Workshop. Small
Down $695/mo Call 386-867-4926


650 Mobile Home
0 & Land
OWNER FINANCE- O'brien
spacious 3br/2ba on 2.03 ac.
Beautiful Oak trees small down
$695. mo 386-867-4926
OWNER FINANCING 24X56
3br/2ba on 2.7 fenced ac. Pond, gar-
den area & work shop. Small down.
& $650 Mo Call 386-590-0642
"READY TO MOVE IN"
2000 sq. ft. Minutes from 1-75 and
Wal Mart. Cal Craig
386-754-0198


705 Rooms for Rent

$228/wk Move in special
Furnished room, maid service, utilit-
ies, free local calls, microfridge, 25"
TV w/70 channel cable
Pet friendly. SUPER 8, Exit 423
ph. 386-752-6450

ROOM FOR RENT
College student. Private bath. Utili-
ty. Aprox. 10 miles from Lake City.
$100 a week. 386-754-9132


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People who feel drawn to sim-
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in the Kent. Call it a cabin, a bunga-
low or a vacation retreat. Whichever
designation you chose; this home is
charming. And being small: it's as
economical to build as it is to main-
tain.
Slender wooden posts support
and define a long front porch that
wraps around to the right. Exposed
rafter tails along the roof's edge cre-
ate visual interest there, while cedar
shake shingles give a rustic texture
to the exterior, above the batt and
board siding.
Entering, you step through one
of the two atrium doors into a sur-
prisingly large and sunny vaulted
great room. Windows line much of
the side wall, and a kitchen with a
large work island fills the rear. If a
wood or gas flame stove is part of
your dream, the front corner by the
door is an ideal location.
Standing at the kitchen's four-
burner stove, you can easily serve up
hot soups, cocoa, coffee and assorted
culinary delights to family and
friends perched on stools along the
raised eating and conversation bar.
A stacked washer/dryer is near-
by, hidden behind doors that front
the hallway leading to the back
porch. Shelves fill the other half of'
the alcove. Its lower half could be
outfitted with a folding counter atop
storage cabinets. More storage is
available in a smaller alcove across
from the bathroom.
Two rooms fill the rest of the left
side. The Kent's front bedroom is
larger and boasts a wide closet. The
second room could be used as a
study or another bedroom. A pull-
down ladder there provides handy
attic access.
For a review plan, including
scaled floor plans, elevations, sec-
tion and artist's conception, send
$25 to Associated Designs, 1100
Jacobs Dr., Dept. W, Eugene, OR
97402. Please specify the Kent 30-
498 and include a return address
when ordering. A catalog featuring
more than 400 home plans is avail-
able for $15. For more information,
call (800) 634-0123, or visit our
website at
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Living Area 960 sq.ft.
Dimensions 40' x 47'4"

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LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2005


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710 AUnfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent
$NO RENT UNTIL MARCH!
2BR and 3 BR Special
Call Today! New Apartment homes
include MW, DW, pool,
fitness center and much more,
Call Windsong 758-8455.
)1549775
NOW LEASING
1 Bedroom Apartments
+* Quiet Neighborhood
S. On-site Laundry
+ Private Patio
4. C n\'i r h ', l. .r -,
Amberwood Hills 758-8029
1BD/IBA C'1 1 \ i.1. $500 mo,
lease req., $400 J.di::, L' r in
conv. i0ilil'.ii,,.'i .-. -. \ \
arnd...I l I ) 3S -'. I,'
3 bed 1 1 2 I tIl IpL i'. '
V.A. 'k. .l1 c Ii'i[ 1. :enied back yard,
W/D ',,\" im'ri. '"5* mo., n' ui
last, sec. Call Richard Licensed Re-
al Estate Agent. 386-755-6653
NEWLY PAINTED
2br/lba some w/garage. Starting at
$500mo. plus security deposit.
Call Lea.386-752-9626


730 Unfurnished
7 Home For Rent
2BR/1BA w/CH/A.
on seclude 5 acres. $650mo. 1st, last
& security. FIRM! 386-752-2380
Or 386-697-9659
3BD/2BA, Brick, nice neighbor-
hood, frig., range, disposal, DW,
CH&A, $875 mo., 1st + last + $ 500
dep. to move in. 386-755-7541
3BR/I 1/2 bath, New
Washer, dryer, frig & stove. Fenced
back Yard, 12 x 20 shed & back
porch. Lawn main. & garbage pick
tip included. Call Richard Licensed
Real Estate Agent 386 755-6653
3BR/1BA. COLUMBIA City area.
R,.. hi & Stove. $600 mo., 1st, last,
& '-,5' i'. dep. to move in. No pets.
Call 386-752-4606 M-F 9-5 p.m.
I.OIR RENT 3br/2ba. on Country
Club Rd. New paint & carpet. No
pets over 251h. $800 mo. plus sec. &
last. 386-365-3865
House for lease near V.A. & DOT.
I w/ new heat & air. Heart pine
floors & fireplace. $850 mo. $600
.,cculir, 386-755-0819
LOW MOVE IN COST
1,2,3 & 4 BR
East Baya & 5 Point areas
386-623-5595 or (904) 334-4280


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730 Unfurnished
7 Home For Rent
NEWLY REMODELED
3br/lba, on Waldron St. Great
Neighborhood. Close to everything.
$600 per mo. 386-963-1541
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the Fair
Housing Act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference. limita-
tion or discrimination based on race,
color, religion, sex, disability, fami-
lial status or national origin, or any
intention to make such preference,
limitation or discrimination." Fami-
lial status includes children under
the age of 18 living with parents or
legal custodians, pregnant women,
and people securing custody of chil-
dren 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 newspa-
per are available on an equal oppor-
tunity basis. To complain of dis-
crimination call HUD toll-free at 1-
800-669-9777. The toll free tele-
phone number to the hearing im-
paired is 1-800-927-9275


740 Furnished
S Homes for Rent
SMALL 2 bedroom
FURNISHED Home.
Utilities included, no pets.
386-755-9784

75O Business &
75 Office Rentals
Remodeled, 1700 sq.ft.
office/Comm'l. space w/lg lot.
CH/A, Hardwood & carpet, 578 E.
Duval, $850 mo. + dep. 386-752-
0118 or 386-623-1698
Warehouse FOR LEASE
90-West behind AutoZone
2400 sq. ft. 2 Offices,
1 B/R, 5 truck height loading doors
$2,000 per month
Hunter Oil 386-752-5890

790 Vacation Rentals
FULLY FURNISHED 2br/2ba
cabin in the woods, sleeps 4 + tod-
dler $400 wk or $1200 mo. Includes
all amenities, phone, TV, Satallite &
more. (907)747-4712 or See at
www.lakecity-online.com


805 Lots for Sale
5 BEAUTIFUL, partially wooded
acres. South West of Lake City.
Restricted home area. $49,000.
386-984-6156
FSBO 5 acres w/ well and septic.
3 miles East of-Ft, White on Paved
Rd. $500 down & $500 month.
386-752-4597
HILLTOP HOMESITE on paved
road in restricted community. Over-
looks natural woodlands on creek.
Only $34,900 for 1.89 acres
386-752-5035 Ext. 9610
OR 5 Acres at $49,900
7 Days 7am 7pm
A Bar Sales, Inc. www.abarsales.com
STAR LAKE ESTATES.
1/2 to 3/4 ac. Lake access, restricted
home sites. 2 miles from 1-75 &
US 90. from $25,900.
386-365-1563 or 365-8007

810 Home for Sale
2395 sq.ft. 4 br/2 ba.
6.7 acres
1152 sq. ft. garage.
$174,000 386-935-3364


810 Home for Sale
3BR/2BA HOUSE w/ garage. 8x12
Storage shed. Quail Ridge estates.
1/3 acre in quiet neighborhood.
$96,500 neg. 386-935-0253
RENT TO OWN HOMES
East Baya area. Small down
payment required. Use your tax
refund! 623-5595 or (904)334-4280

820 Farms &
O2U Acreage
5, 10 and 20 acre lots with well and
septic tank. Owner financing.
386-752-4339
www.deasbullardbkl.com
BEAUTIFUL 5 ac restricted home
sites on paved road. 3 & 1/2 miles
from 1-75 & US 90. From $46,900.
386-365-1563 or 365-8007
MACON CO., GA
162 AC $2,295/AC
77 AC ready for 1st thinning,
77 AC ready for 2nd thinning,
you thin or we'll thin,
great timberland investment.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Company, LLC


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5 Acre residential tract in fast growing area. MLS#43872 $60,000
80 Acres in Jasper area MLS4?37'66 $216.000
40 Acres high & dry wilh young oaks MLS#43654 $162.000
Wooded Residential Lot in Glenrnwood SID MLS#43372 $12,000







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820 Farms &
2 Acreage
SPORTSMAN PARADISE
YEARLY MEMBERSHIPS
Hunting, fishing, lodging and meals
all part of this offer conveniently lo-
cated in White Springs, Florida.
For Details call 386-397-1989 or
www.bienville.com
STEWART CO, GA
62 AC $1,450/AC
Deer season is gone; this Turkey
season hut your own land! Can
divide in two tracts; we'll cut timer
to lower price. 404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co., LLC
SUWANNEE COUNTY LAND
5, 10, 15 ac. parcels. West of Live
Oak. Owner finance. 386-754-6699
www.bullarddevelopment.com
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83Q 0 Commercial
8 Property
CHURCH FOR LEASE
4200 sq. ft. Building. Paved parking
on Deputy J. Davis Ln. Just past
Morrells on Left $3,500 monthly.
386-867-0048


940 Trucks

1997 FORD F-250, 351, 5 speed
$4,500. 386-754-0117


950 Cars for Sale

*Hondas from $500*
Police Impounds!
For listings call
1-800-749-8116 ext A760

'03 Mustang, white w/tan leather
int. Many features. Like new cond.
Automatic. Under factory warranty.
$12,750. 386-755-4372 or 344-4517


950 Cars for Sale
1997 Dodge Stratus, good condi-
tion, $2,500, must sell, 497-1264

951 Recreational
95 Vehicles
04 Keystone Larado 29/BH 5th
wheel. Super slideout. Sleeps 8.
Queen pull-out, Ig bunks in rear.
Appli., TV, Stereo. Like new
$25,800.obo 386-752-8062
'96 2250 Sportsman RV w/ slideout.
$8,500. Call Cliff (207)431-9520
Located in Osceola National Forest.
FOR SALE
2001 Jayco Quest 27 ft.
In excellent condition.
$10,500. 386-984-6156
952 Vans & Sport
952 Util. Vehicles
2000 FORD Expedition, Eddie
Bauer. White w/ tan leather 53K
miles. Refinance. Balance owed
$16,500. 386-752-2400


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