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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. 1967)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 2005
Publication Date: 1967-
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    Section A: Main: Sunday Report
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section B: Sports
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    Section C: Life
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    Section D: Business & Home
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        page D 3
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    Section D: Classified Advantage
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Sas youn'ded 18 months ago in lraq.
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Sh6ati -yvoice. ButJ, like saying hello
to everyone.": -
_ _.Iy 'people attended the
.:,fimtdraiserat Cqlumnibia Cotmnty
-:Fairgrounids to help the: Herrick family
of Fort White.. Herrick was a member
': o:fthe"NavySeabees when he was
Sparalyked tfrom the neck down after a
pieceof shrapnel lodged in his neck,
*breaking it. Fiv'e of hi. buddies were
'killed'38 others were injured.
S:Herrick though, is positive about
is .life and smiles at everyone he
:meets and greets. -


-. "I can't say a big-enough, 'Thank
you' for everyone who has helped," he
said. 'An event like this makes me see
the American spirit is alive and well. I-
don't think this would happen in any .
:.other coi:ntry in the-world."
lThe day was. filled with food,-
entertainment, a silent auction (some
-pieces were going for S40 and 850),
wrestlers, show cars, motorcycles and
singing. ..
.-During the early afternoon, there
was some concern about having
enough food left for everyone to have
their fill, showing how much the
community supports the Herricks.
The hot afternoon sun didn't deter
people from arriving and doing their
'best to help.out the family and maybe
find a bargain during the silent
auction.
Herrick's son, Prew. said the past 18
' months have been difficult on the
family, but the "community has really
Helped a lot."
And, he said he's extremely proud
of his dad.
"He's just come a long way in a
year-and-a-half and is getting better,"


VALLI FiritrE' LaP.e Cit Rpporler
The Don Miller Band plays music for the crowd gathered Saturday during
.-,the Peter Herrick fundraising event at Columbia County Fairgrounds.


fL can't say a big enough,
'Thank you' for everyone
who has helped.9
Peter Herrick,
Fort White resident


Drew said.
The Mercy Mountain Boys also
showed their appreciation for Herrick
and military personnel who have died
in defense of the country. .
"No. 1, we feel like we have to give
praise and honor for all the
servicemen who have given their life,"
said Donny Weatherford, explaining
why the group volunteered to come
out and play. "What he's experienced
should be felt by the community."


j'LLI FiriNE? La eC.t Reporter
Peter Herrick and (back row from
left) his wife Diana, daughter Shayla
and son Drew, take a few minutes
from Saturday's fundraising event.
Herrick says he's grateful for all the
community has done for him since
he was injured in Iraq.


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Jada Fullard with her children. Jasmine, Skylar and Layne,
stand in front of their new home Saturday morning. Fullard is
the first person in Colurmbia County to recieve a Habitat for
Humanity house.


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door to home


iFamily walks ill to
new life with Habitat
for Hunanity's help.
By VALLI FINNEY
1'nFr t)*''lahc ift.eipolr,-r f :.orn
Jada Fullard works a full-
time job and hopes to one day
become a psychologist.
She is the manger of a
Subway sandwich shop in
Lake City and has about two
years of college under her
belt.
The 22-year-old is typical in
many ways of a young adult.
She has dreams. But her
dreams of going to college
have been put off for awhile
until she can sort out a few
things.
She needs a computer so
she can do distance learning
in her spare time.
Fullard doesn't have much
free thne she is the mother
of three young children.
Skyler. who will be 4 on
Nov. 2, Layne, 2, and Jasmine.


iShe's committed
to her family. I've
never seen anybody
like that.9
Matt Kariton,
Fullard's boss

But, things are looking
brighter after she received the
keys to her new house on
Saturday.
Fullard and her children are
the recipients of the first
Habitat for Humanity house in
Columbia County.
"There's so many people to
thank, I'm scared of forgetting
somebody,." Fullard said just
before officially receiving the
keys.
People were entering her
new house all morning, drop-
ping off envelopes with money
in them and seeing what a
FULLARD
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Lake City orders shelter

owner to repair facilities


Many conTective issues
cited for Cleopatra
J. Steele Ministeries.
By VALLI FINNEY
Sfinnei.J'ikiRrepor ter. Corn
The City of Lake City has
issued numerous corrective
actions to the Cleopatra J.1
Steele Ministries for repairs
and cleaning needed at the
organization's two homeless
shelters.
Many of the items are minor,
such as replacing window
screens, ridding the two shel-
ters of rodents and bugs. and
covering garbage cans with
lids.
Some are more major -
including installation of smoke
detector systems and protec-
tive railings and proper ventila-
dion throughout the structures.
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plumbing repairs, a new root,


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and proper electrical outlets
placed in the kitchens and
bathrooms.
The shelters also must apply
for a city occupational license
and a state license for a board-
ing house.
The issue came to light after
the city was notified of potential
problems by the Columbia
County Health Department,
which was notified by a med-
ical provider of possible viola-
tions of city code, said Sandra
Caslow, a code enforcement
officer with the city.
She and Larry Lee, another
city employee, visited the two
shelters recently, and
generated reports on both
REPAIRS
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TODAY


Classified .. ..5D
Life .... .1C


Local & State .. 3A
Road Report .... .5A


Obituaries ...... .6A
Opinion .... .4A


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Scoreboard .. .. .2B


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Charter Review found that undocumented
foreign nationals were
meeting Tuesday paying thousands of dollars
to marry U.S. citizens to
People are encouraged to obtain green cards, which
Attend Tuesdav-s Columbia g- -. ...
County Charter Review, allow immigrants to stay in
County Chartee meeting to giReve the country legally. The ring

input, but are being asked to included the U.S. citizens
restrict their comments to they married, brokers and
the charter. notaries, said Evan M.
"It must be kept in that Grose, supervisory special
perspective," Chairman agent with LU.S. Inunigration
Wayne Sapp Sr. said. "We and Customs Enforcement.
ask the people to keep their
remarks geared to the Haitian drug
charter itself. .g
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people to the proper venue"
to have their complaints MIAMI- Aman
about other items heard, convicted of being a Haitian
Sapp said. drug kingpin was sentenced
The.committee has.time to life in prison, plus ordered
constraints and must come to forfeit $17.6 million in
up with any changes to the assets, federal officials said
charter and be able to get Friday.
amendments on the Serge Edouard was
November 2006 ballot. convicted in July of
Anyone who would like to conspiring to'import more
view a copy of the charter than 10.pounds of cocaine
may do so by going to the into the United States,
Columbia County Library, by conspiring to commit money
visiting the charter review laundering and nine
committee's Web site at individual counts of money
www.columbiacountyfla.com laundering. Officials. said he
and click on draft charter guided shipments
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at 755-4100. Haiti to the United States.
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6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Haitian officials to protect
Old Welcome Center on Hall his activities.
of Fame Drive. 'This sentence is a great
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CitizenS indicted Acosta said in a statement.
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senior-most leadership of
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indictments of 30 U.S. effectively work to rid South
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local hero

P eter Herrick is a hero to many in
Columbia County. On Saturday,
the community came out to
show its support to the veteran,
and Fort White resident.
"Pete," as he is known to friends,
volunteered to serve before Sept. 11. He
willingly went to Iraq as a Navy Seabee
and was wounded in a mortar attack.
Shrapnel from the attack lodged in his
neck, leaving him paralyzed from the neck
down.
But on Saturday, Pete was all smiles. He
made it a point to say hello to everyone he
could. His family says he has come a long
way in the past 18 months. He has been
through his own hell, but he remains
positive and outgoing.
The love of a community was showered
upon tiii Saturday at the Columbia
County fairgrounds. Hundreds showed up
to offer their support, and funds raised
through the day's events will go to the
help the Herrick family Pete, wife
Diana and children, Shayla, 19, and Drew,
15. ,
Once again, we say "Thank You, Pete"
for your hard work, your character and
your sacrifice. You make Columbia
County, and America, proud.
And thank you to those who made it a
point to show the Herricks love and
respect. It is heartwarming to see the
community extend a hand and a hug -
to' one who has given so much so we could
have the freedoms we enjoy.
To paraphrase Pete, this could only
happen in America.


Today is Sunday. Oct, 2, the 275th day of
2005. There are 90 days left in the year.

Today's highlight in history:
On Oct. 2, 1985, actor Rock Hudson, died
at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif;, at age 59
after battling AIDS.

On this date:
In 1780, British spy John Andre was
hanged in Tappan, N.Y.
In 1835, the, first battle of the Texas
Revolution took place as American settlers
defeated a Mexican cavalry near the
Guadalupe River.
In 1919, President Wilson suffered a
stroke that left him partially paralyzed.
In 1941, German armies began Operation
Typhoon an all-out drive against Moscow.
In 1944, Nazi troops crushed the 2-month-
old Warsaw Uprising, during which a
quarter of a million people were killed.
In 1950, the comic strip "Peanuts," created
by Charles M. Schulz, was first published in
nine newspapers. f.
In 1958, the former French colony of
Guinea in West Africa proclaimed its
independence.
In 1967, Thurgood Marshall was swvorn in
as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme
Court;.he was the first black appointed to the
nation's highest court.
In 1975, President Ford welcomed Japan's
Emperor Hirohito to the United States.
In 1980, U.S. Rep. Michael "Ozzie" Myers,
D-Pa., convicted of accepting a bribe in the
FBI's ABSCAM sting operation, was
expelled from the House, becoming the first
congressman ousted by his colleagues since


the outbreak of the Civil War.
Ten years 'ago: O.J. Simpson's jurors
stunned the courtroom and the nation by
reaching verdicts in the sensational
eight-month murder trial in less than four
hours.


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My very first column
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.B ack in the 1950s, when I was still in
college, I wrote my very first col-
umn in.the Reporter; Actually it was,
a one-shot guest column, advocating
a lighted recreation area for our
town. I think you will find it nostalgic to read it,
today, all these years later. It is self-explanatory,
so here goes.
"'Every spring, a young man's fancy turns
toward baseball. At least, that's the way the say-
ing is supposed to go. But what happens when
there's no place for a kid to play baseball, or any
-wholesome sports after dark? Well, he misses
the chance to enjoy the thrills of the game and
he may then seek his thrills in less wholesome
ways.
"Lake City needs a lighted recreation area
and we need it now. We are the only town in
North Florida without one. Even Providence,
our tiny neighbor to the south, has one.
"Work has already begun. Some of us volun-
teers have organized the Lake City Softball
League and we have just one goal: to set up a
lighted recreation area in Lake City. This will be
a place where you can play softball, but also a
place where the people of our community can
enjoy night time recreation activities of all
kinds.,
"In a few short weeks, we have grown from a
group of five to a group of 25. We have organ-
ized, elected officers and written rules and
bylaws. We have enlisted the help and support
of many of our town's leading businesses and
citizens. Our School Board has generously
donated a site, the area adjacently southeast of
the Melrose Park Elementary School.
"You might think we would need thousands
and thousands of dollars to develop this site, but
we don't. Equipment and labor has been donat-
ed by the city, the county, businesses, private
citizens and especially the Florida Power and
Light Co., which will donate all the poles and
most of the lights, and do all the wiring.
"But now we do need some money, about
$1,5Q6, to make it all happen. If you readers
believe as we do that our town needs a lighted
recreation area, send your donation to the Lake
City Reporter. Send what you can afford. $1, $5,
$25. We need this money soon so we can have
the field ready for use this summer. Working
.together, we can do it!" .
We were successful. The project was com-
pleted. Teams began play that summer. Charley
Knight, Ted Hanson, Buddy Bedenbaugh,
Claudie Johns, Leo Milton, Johnny Cole, Joe
Hewett, Warren MacLaren and lots of guys
from FPL were just some who did a lot of the
work.
One of the hardest workers was FPL's Pete


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King. Just before the season started, tragedy
struck. Pete, a powerful, thick-chested man,
had a massive heart attack and died. As a trib-
ute to him,. we named our field "Pete. King
Field."
A lot of people enjoyed playing and watching
games at Pete King Field for many years. Then,
modern, professionally-built fields were built
and our little field was abandoned. You. can still
see where it was, back of Melrose School, as
you drive by on East Baya. The old poles and
light fixtures are still there. And I still have a
copy of my very first column, in this newspaper
-where it printed my:name as "Norris"
Williams.

Remembering Nettie
When Nettie Ozaki, an irreplaceable educa-
tion-minded pillar of our community, died
Jan. 6, 1999, an astounding 116 people made
memorial donations to the Lake City
Community College Foundation. The unusually
large amount of money donated provided full
scholarships for five local students to attend
LCCC.

President Dan
The Columbia County retired Teachers
Association was formed in June'of 1973. The
first meeting was at the Florida Power and
Light's Sunshine Room with 20 retired. teachers
present. The, first officers were Dan Folsom,
President; Mildred Bennett, Vice President;'
Vera Ferree and Mary Lindsay, Co-secretaries;
and Ethel Combs, Treasurer. These 32 years
later, the group is still going strong.

Senior's lament
Senior citizen complained about his health.
"I have such poor health. I am stone deaf. My
high blood pressure keeps me dizzy, and con-
fused. I can hardly see due to my cataracts. Old.
age has ruined my reflexes. But I can still be
thankful. I still have my driver's license!"
Morris Williams is a local historian and long-
time Columbia County resident. Contact him at
755-8183 or williams h2@firn.edu.


I ET E T HE E ITOR


Double standard
Dear Editor:
Kudos to Don Goodall of
Lake City in his comments
concerning the man charged
on two counts of murder of
his pregnant wife and fetus.
He rightly questions the
sanity of society that supports
the court's ruling in charging
the man of two accounts of
murder, yet allows hundreds
of thousands of irresponsible
women to abort their
children. You do not need a
law to enact Pro Choice.
A woman has a clear
choice before she ever gets to
the bedroom. These women
make the choice to abort for
a selfishness moment of
pleasure. They have no
intention of bearing or
rearing a child. To me this is
premeditated murder.
Perhaps, if the law declared
it illegal to have children out
of wedlock with the threat of
prison, or worse, to the couple
that is so careless of life, it


may indeed solve this on
going problem. If the law
stated that women who
aborted babies would be
convicted of murder, you
would see an immediate
decrease in abortion. I guess
the life and death issue would
suddenly seem very different
when it becomes the mother's
death and not the babies.
However, that would not be
politically correct, now would
it? Thanks to the Internet and
many excellent blogs, the
Christians of this great.
country were able to keep
our president in office. Is
there any reason that we
Christians cannot employ the'
same tools to overturn Roe
vs. Wade?
Who in their right mind
would ever believe we would
have a law in this country
that protects the murder of
innocent infants. If there is a
law that requires us to wear
seat belts to keep us from
killing ourselves, then why
not a law that protects the


unborn.
The liberals believe legal
abortion clinics save women
from butchers in back allies.
My question is, who are the
butchers? The back alley
would be doctors, or the
women deciding to destroy'
their babies. Why is it so
difficult for folks to tell right
from wrong? Wrong is easier.
Is there any wonder the
liberals want to do away with
God's commandments and
the Bible?
Yes, Mr. Goodall, there is a
double standard. We the
people on one side, and the
liberal ACLU-loving Socialist
Communist Democrats of our
society, on the other side.
Jack Cozy
Lake City

OPINIONS WANTED
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Lake City, FL 32056;
BY FAX: (386) 752-9400
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MICHAEL
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better scripted

I t could have been cooler and nobody
would have minded, but the sky could-
n't have been bluer, the atmosphere
finer or the outcome better for Friday's
Columbia High School Tigers
Homecoming festivities and game.
Columbia whacked Middleburg 35-12
Friday night to cap a week-long celebration.
In the days and hours leading up to the game,
there was much preparation and fun to be
had by students, faculty and staff, parents and
the community.
One of the biggest events of Homecoming
week is always the. Friday afternoon parade.
The 2005 edition did not disappoint. CHS
Activities Director Debra Wright organized
more than 200 separate entrants for the
march down Marion Avenue, from the
Florida Department of Transportation office
through the central business district.
The parade entries ranged from the mighty
Tiger Marching Band, to clubs and dance
groups, to beauty queens and lawmen, and
from fire trucks to floats.
It was the float end of things that demand-
ed my attention this year. I was honored to be
one of seven judges charged with the duty of
deciding which of the four floats designed
and built by the CHS freshman, sophomore,
junior and senior classes was best.
Fort(inately, I was among, good company.
Helping with the job were: Milner Osborne, a
CHS father and veteran of many float-building
ventures; James "Mr. Month" Montgomery,
the former CHS. teacher of 44 years and
retired county commissioner; Coach Richard
Anders, retired both as an educator and
school board member; Fadriena Jean, CHS
Student Body President, class of 2004;,
Leandra "Lily" Johnson, school board attor-
ney and also a veteran of float building
through her children; and Audre J.
Washington, director of community resources
for the Lake City Police Department.
After giving the floats the once over in the
DOT parking lot, we glided to our reviewing
stand beside Olustee Park in a white, won-
derfully air conditioned limousine provided
by Brad Wheeler.
Watching a parade go past in the reviewing
stand is a great way to view all the action. But
if I do this again and the. temperature
approaches anywhere near Friday after-
noon's highs, I'll definitely shuck the work
clothes in exchange for some shorts and a
polo shirt.
It was hot on that reviewing stand and on
the asphalt, I'm sure, for those young people
marching along in heavy band outfits, dance
skirts and leotards, ROTC uniforms and the '
like. At least we had some cold drinks to sip,
and' fruit to munch, on the sun (and
perspiration)-drenched reviewing stand.
I was very impressed with all the floats.
Obviously a lot of creativity and effort was
expended to make them as interesting and
life-like as they appeared in keeping with this
year's tropical theme.
The entry I thought was best, by a narrow
margin, was the float depicting a South
Pacific luau, complete with a Middleburg
Bronco horse turning on the spit over a fire
pit, and a volcano emitting smoke. It was
imaginative and well executed.
Congratulations to all.
Occasions like the Homecoming pep rally,
bonfire, parade and game help bring out Lake
City's community spirit as well as the CHS
pride. For those of us who now call Lake City
home, but didn't grow up and attend school
here, these events help us become connected
with our adopted home. They help new peo-
ple understand what makes the community
strong and give non-natives a greater sense of
now being part of a larger family.
The Finally Friday event that shared time
with the football game for evening highlights
was another such opportunity. These month-
ly get-togethers, at Olustee Park, also provide
a chance for newcomers and natives alike to
gather in an informal setting and get to know
one another while enjoying entertainment
and refreshments.
We're glad Lake City is a place where peo-
ple know how to laugh and have a good time
- where reminiscing about bygone days and
feats (real and imagined) from the past is co-
joined with a spirit of excitement about the
future. And it's a bright future this communi-
ty has. We're fortunate to be part of it.
Michael Leonard is publisher of the Lake
City Reporter He can be reached by phone,
754-0418; by fax, 752-9400; via e-mail,
mleonard@lakecityreportercom; or at 180 E.
Duval St. in downtown Lake City.





LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2005 5A

LOCAL & STATE


ROAD REPORT


The following is a list of
roadwork underway by the
Florida Department of,
Transportation that may impact
traffic:

ALACHUA COUNTY
Interstate 75: Night-time
lane closures from Micanopy
(exit 374) to six miles north
Monday through Thursday
nights between 7:30 p.m. and .6
a.m. to fix the traffic counting
sensors embedded in the pave-
ment. Only one lane in each
direction will. be closed each
night.
I Northwest Eighth
Avenue: One lane of traffic
under the U.S. 441 overpass
will be shifted Tuesday from
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for routine
bridge maintenance.
U.S. 301: Daytime lane
closures in both directions at
the State Road 20 overpass in
Hawthorne as the,intersection
is.being resurfaced.
Southwest 13th Street
(U;S. 441): Daytime lane
closures for southbound traffic
between Southwest 16th
Avenue and Southwest 14th
Drive as crews work on curb,
sidewalk and concrete
driveways.
Southwest 16th Avenue
(State Road 226): Daytime
lane closures for both
eastbound and westbound
traffic between 131h Street and
Archer Roadl o finish the resur-"
facing. Some on-street parking
may be temporarily removed.
i Newberry Road (State
Road 26): Daytime lane
closures for concrete curb work'
and drainage improvements
between Northwest 80th
Boulevard and Northwest 109th
Street and also along the side
streets in preparation for the
resurfacing of the roadway. ,
S Southwest Second
Avenue (State Road 26A):
Motorists may experience brief
delays from just east of
Southwest 34th Street by Publix
to Southwest 28th Street for
drainage modifications and
roadway widening. Traffic is
shifted. Watch for dump trucks
entering and leaving a retention
pond site behind Publix. No
lane closures are allowed
between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
Bicyclists and pedestrians just
east of Southwest 34th Street,
are temporarily detoured to
University Avenue.
Hawthorne Road (State
Road 20): All ramps at the
U.S. 301 interchange are now


open. Semi-trucks, trailers and
RV's are still prohibited from
using, the new overpass
because of the restricted lane
width and are diverted to the
ramps to cross or'access U.S.
301. Motorists may encounter
daytime lane closures for
concrete and signal work.
Trucks are entering and leaving,
the roadway between U.S. 301
in Hawthorne and Cross Creek
Road (County Road 325) as "
work is underway to provide a
four-lane divided highway. The
speed limit from U.S. 301 to
Stadium Drive has been
reduced to 25 mph. Sheriff's
deputies are enforcing the Work
zone speed limit.

COLUMBIA COUNTY
K State\Road 47: The road
will be closed to all traffic
between U.S. 41 and Bascom
Norris Drive on Monday
.beginning at 9 a.m. and will
remain closed for the next six
months. Motorists will be
detoured to U.S. 41 to Bascom
Norris Drive and back to SR 47.
All businesses have access
fromside streets. Sheriff's
deputies will assist with keeping
traffic moving through the
signalized intersections and
traffic signal timing will be
altered to, keep traffic from
backing up at intersections.
Through traffic may also use
Michigan Street to access State
Road 47 and Tustenugee Road
(County Road 131) to County
Road 242A. The closure will
allow crews to reconstruct the
roadway from a two-lane to a


four-lane road.
U.S. 441 North: Daytime
lane closures from 1-10 to Falling
Creek to place the final layer of
asphalt on the travel lanes is
scheduled to occur on Monday
and Tuesday. The four-lane
section between County Road
100A and Gum Swamp Road
will be milled (top layer of
asphalt removed) beginning
Monday. After the traffic signal
sensors are re-installed at
the intersection, asphalt will be
replaced on this section. The
milling and paving will proceed
north from Gum Swamp Road to
Interstate 10. Also, side streets
will be milled for a short distance
and will remain milled until the
final layer of asphalt is placed.
No lane closures allowed from 6-
8:30 a.m.
U.S. 90: Night-time lane
closures at signalized
intersections between Sisters
Welcome Road and the FHP
station for drilling shafts for the
new traffic signal mast arm
'poles. Daytime lane closures'
from Old Country Club Road to
Marion Avenue to place handi-
cap-accessible ramps at each of
the intersecting side streets.
Resurfacing on the section
between Branford Highway (SR
247) and Baya Drive is expected
to begin in mid-October. The
outside and center lanes will be
closed at night from 6:30 p.m. to'
6:30 a.m. The inside and center
turn lane will be closed during
daytime hours.
Interstate 75: Crews will
be repainting the roadway lines
from south of U.S. 90 to
Interstate 10 including the
ramps at Ihe interchanges with
U.S. 90 and at 1-10.

HAMILTON COUNTY
U.S. 41: Workers are
installing pipe alongside the
roadway in White Springs from
the spring house curve near the
Library to the north city limits.
There should be no impacts to
motorists.
U.S. 41 North: Crews will
be repainting the roadway lines
from the Columbia County line
to north of White Springs.
U.S. 129: Crews will be
repainting the roadway lines
from Jasper to the Georgia line.

SUWANNEE COUNTY
U.S. 129: Crews will be
repainting the roadway lines
from Branford to McAlpin and
from U.S. 90 in Live Oak to
the Suwannee River.


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LOCALOMMUNITY CALENDAR







COMMUNITY CALENDAR


Announcements
Save Our Suwannee
to meet Oct. 11
How much water do you
want in your future? The plans
for the local water supply are
being put in place. Get an
update on the proposed Water
Management District Minimum
Flows and Levels at the next
meeting of Save Our
Suwannee.
The meeting, which is
scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 11
at the Gilchrist County Public
Library in Trenton, will have a
detailed discussion on the
Minimum Flows and Levels for
Ihe Lower Suwannee River and
Estuary, Manatee and Fanning
Springs. Light refreshments will
be served, and the public is
invited.
The Suwannee River Water
Management District Board of
Governors is also meeting on
Oct. 11. That meeting is
scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m.

Museum Nights
come to Harn Museum
Come explore the Florida
Museum of Natural History and
The Samuel P. Ham Museum of
Art during Museum Nights from
5-10 p.m. every Thursday. Free
refreshments and entertainment
are provided on designated
evenings. Visit the Student
Government Web site at
wti w.sg.ul.edu for a detailed
schedule.

Lake City Mall
schedules events
Oct. 8 J.W. Hill &
Associates will be conducting a
Colleclable's Auction at the Lake
City Mall. The preview begins at
10 a.m. and the auction starts at
noon. There will be an Elvis
memorabilia collection auctioned
off as well as estate jewelry,
collectable coins and stamps.
For more iniormaiion call
(888) 821-0894.
Oct. 15 The Lake City
Mall will be hosting its annual
Health Fair from 10:30 a.m.-
3 p.m. There will be many types
of free health screenings
available such as body fat test,
grip strength, cholesterol
screening, blood pressure
checks and more. Life South will
be available for blood donations.
For more information, call Janice
Keaton, 755-4849. ext. 201.

'Mousetrap' coming
to High Springs
The Agatha Christie classic
murder/mystery runs through
Oct. 23 at the High Springs
Community Thealer, 103 NE
First. Ave.
Performances are at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays with
2 p.m. Sunday shows. Tickets


are $6-$10 and are available at
Enchanted Memories in High
Springs, Omni Bookstore in
Gainesville, the Silver Chest in
Lake City and at the door. For
more information, check
vwv.hsctheater.com.

Tot Time coming soon
at Harn Museum
Children ages 2-5 and their
parents can learn about art by
exploring art materials, books:'
games and age-appropriate
concepts. Admission is free.
Donations are accepted. In order
to help plan and manage Tot
Time, register all participants in
advance by telephone at
(352) 392-9826 or e-mail to
tot-time @ham.ull.edu.

Church hosts '40 Days'
First Baptist Church, Lake
City, is currently involved in "40
Days of Purpose." This is a
spiritual growth emphasis that
involves worship services, small
group studies and daily
inspirational utilizing Rick
Warren's best-selling book "The
Purpose Driven Life."
Worship services are at
10:30 a.m. Sunday. If
interested in any of these
opportunities for personal
participation, call 752-5422.

Classes
Parks and Recreation.
host new senior classes
The Lake City-Columbia
County Parks and Recreation
will offer the following new
classes:
A Senior Citizens Activities
Class, to meet from 10-11 a.m.
every Tuesday and Thursday for
exercise at Southside
Community Center; :
H A guitar class, to meet from
5-6 p.m. on Wednesday night for
group lessons:
I 6-7 p.m. for individual
lessons at Soulhside Community
Center. Cost is $30 for group
and $40 for individual per month.
For more information about
either class, call Heyward
Christie at 758-5448.

Tae Kwan Do
class offered
The Lake City-Columbia
County Parks and Recreation
Department announces a new
Tae Kwan Do karate class. This
class will meet on Monday and
Wednesday from 6:30-8 p.m.
and is open to anyone ages
8 and up. Cost is $40 per month
and begins on Monday.
Instructors will be Jeff Foster
and Teresa Burne, Master and
Certified Instructor in Tae Kwan
Do. For more information or to
register, call Heyward Christie. at
758-5448.


Garden trough class
offered in White Springs
WHITE SPRINGS The
public is invited to Stephen
FOster Folk Culture Center State
Park to iea'm the art of building a
garden trough from park
volunteer orety.Price.
Parot0i' aits should wear old
clothing and bring a heavy-duty
apron. Advance registration is
fequi lie $f class and
space i-6,ef6t i.
Troughs Mfiust cure at the park
for two weeks upon completion.
For mn'oe information call Craft
Square at 3.97-1920, or visit
www.stephenfostercso.org.

Hethb iss offered
at Stephen Foster
WHIThSPfINGS Learn
how to pfrhif ,ndFpropagate
herbs'in itas9O't. 15 at
Stephen Fd-ter Folk Culture
Center State Park.
The $25 f e fOr the class
includes all supplies, Students
will be abted' takbWhome the
projects that tiley-.work on during
the clasi: To register for the
class, call Craft Square at
397-1920:01.visit the Web at
wwv.stephentostercso.com.

Reunions
NROU family

reuti*ton today
S'he Noefi'fainiy is having a
reuhAi6 &t 1 p.rf: today at Ed
Bedenba..h's home on CR 135.
Bring a coetd dish to pass.
For more'iformation, call
752-93.

Fathily reunion
schedwt"Ie
The desr'darift and family
of "tsaaWIiinm) 'ae having
'thbif reunion today Ih Lake City,
at the Alligator Park Recreation
Area off of Country Club Road.
Cailr L&r .VWilidfits, 365-1622
(cell) or7562-83'51 (home) for
rhofe i-fO~Witlibn. E-mail is
tundramnan2us@yahoo.com.

Wheelet, Robin6on
family reunion set
.The Wheeler-and Robinson
famityfwill have a reunion at
Deep b4rsk Community Center,
eight milps north.of 1-10 on
U.S. 44T'ai l6'a.n. Oct. 9.
For more information, or with
questions, call Marvin Wheeler
at 755-5174.

Greerh(e) feIunion
coming up
The 15th annual Green(e)
reunion will be at 11 a.m. Oct. 9
at Corinth Methodist Church
-Picnic Groundi,. north of
Lakd -i9."Registiation begins at
11 a.m., 'ig.; a tcnic lunch to
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share, along with drinks and
lawn chairs. All paper products
will be furnished.
For further information, call
Jeanelle Larramore at
752-7164.

This Week
Bull selection
coming up Tuesday
The Northeast Florida Beef
and Forage group presents Bull
Selection and Management
Tuesday at Southeastern Semen
Company in Wellborn.
For more information or to
register, call the Columbia
County Extension Office at
752-5384 before today.


Newcomers Friendship
Luncheon set for Oct. 5
The Friendship Luncheon will
be at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday
at Beet O'Bradys Restaurant,
857 SW Main Blvd. All members,
friends and newcomers to
Lake City are welcome. For
more information, call 754-2695
or 752-4552.

Art League to host
competition
The Art League of North
Florida is calling for entries for its
1st Annual Regional Juried Fine
Arts Exhibition.
The exhibition will take place
at the Alfonso Levy Performing
Arts Center until Nov. 18. $1,000
in prizes will be awarded. The
reception will be at 7 p.m. on
Friday. For a prospectus, call
754-4340.

Lake City wine tasting
to take place Thursday
ABC Fine Wine & Spirits,
2683 W U.S. Hwy 90 will have
wine tasting from 5-7 p.m.
Thursday. Costa de Sol (Lake
City) is the restaurant partner for
this event. The cost is $5.
For more information, contact
Scott Doll, ABC Fine Wine &
Spirits Event Coordinator,
scottd@abcfws.com or call
752-6266.

Jeanie Ball auditions
coming soon at park
The songs of Stephen Foster
and the classical and operatic
compositions of American music
will be showcased at the
55th Jeanie Ball and Auditions
on Friday and Saturday at
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park.
The vocal competition for
women awards $4,500 in
scholarships each year.
The competition begins with a
formal ball on Friday. The
Jeanie Ball is open to the public
and begins at 8:30 p.m.


College-age women will audition
for the title of "Jeanie" in a
public concert at 10 a.m.
Saturday.
Admission to Ihe event is
free, with park admission of $4
for a vehicle with up to eight
passengers. For more
information, call 397-2733.

P.U.T. Community
Festival set for
Saturday
Parents United Together
(P.U.T.) will be on Saturday at
the Columbia County
Fairgrounds. Activities will be
from 11 a.m.-6 p.m Everyone is
Invited. Cost: Children $5 for
wristbands, which includes
unlimited use of rides, carnival
games and booths. Adults are
free. There will be all day
entertainment, including singing
dancing and lots more. For more
information, call Nickie Bates at
365-1982.

Coming Up
LCCC Real Property
board to meet
The Real Property Board of
the Lake City Community
College Foundation will meet at
noon Oct. 11 in the Lake City
Community College Foundation
Board Room, downtown
Lake City.

Children meeting
set for Oct. 12
The Board of Directors for the
Take Stock in Children Program
will meet at noon Oct. 12 in the
Lake City Community College
Foundation Board Room,
downtown Lake City.

Lake City Newcomers
host monthly meeting
The regular monthly meeting
of the Lake City Newcomers will
beat 11.15a.m. on Oct. 12 at
the Quality Inn located on
U.S. 90. The program will be-
Hee-Haw Extravaganza.
Luncheon is $9.50 all
members, guests, friends and
newcomers to Lake City are
welcome to attend. For more
information, call 754-2695 or'
752-4552.

Red Hat Ladies
to gather Oct. 15
Join us for a get acquainted
"Picnic In The Park" from noon-
4 p.m. on Oct. 15. It will be at
the Blake Lowell Park in
Wellborn. Look for the sign.
Bring a covered dish or
dessert of your choice to share


and your table service. Enjoy
games, music, singing and talk.

Planned Gifts
board to meet
The Planned Gifts Board of
the Lake City Community
College Foundation will meet at
noon Oct. 18 in the Lake City
Community College Foundation
Board Room, downtown
Lake City.

Ninth MagnoliaFest
announces lineup
LIVE OAK Thousands of
faithful music fans will .head
once again to the banks of Old
Florida's historic Suwannee
River at the Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park
Oct. 20-23 for the Ninth Annual
MagnoliaFest.
Ticket prices range from
$30-$130.
Specially discounted early bird
tickets for MagnoliaFest are on
sale now and may be purchased
online at magmusic.com or by
phone at (904) 249-7990.
Children 12 and younger are
admitted, free with an adult.

RCDTLC to present
murder mystery
The Rotary Club of Lake City
Downtown to present the 3rd
Annual Murder-Mystery-
Comedy Dinner Theatre on
Oct. 21 at the Columbia County
Fairgrounds Entertainment
Building. The show starts at
6 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m).
Dinner will be served at
approximately 7:15 p.m.

Craft vendors needed
for Festival of Lights
Craft vendors are wanted for
the annual Festival of Lights on
Nov. 26 in downtown Lake City.
The Downtown Action
Corporation seeks to revitalize
the bazaar aspect of the
festival.
For more information or to.
* obtain an application, call
752-5200, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Monday through Saturday, or
e-mail acoangels @aol.com.



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Local homeless shelters seek assistance Lake City City


By VALUE FNNEY
vfinney@lakecityreporter.com


Without her, they ,would have no
where to go.
Without her, they would not have any
food to eat.
Now, she is in need so she can keep on
helping others less fortunate.
She is Cleopatra J. Steele, who,
through Suwannee Valley Rescue
Mission, operates two homeless shelters
in Lake City Ezekiel House for women
and families, and Candlestick for men;.
The City of Lakle City has issued Steele
corrective notices for both houses and
she has a timeline in which to make
those repairs.
But, money and volunteers are needed'
to help her keep the families off the
streets and in a safe place until they can
get back on their feet, she said.
Some of the volunteers are already in
place at the shelters. They reside there
either waiting for housing to come
through or to save enough money to get
their own house.
Others do so because they were once
in' the same predicament as others who
live at the shelters they needed help
and Steele was there for them.
"I'll probably have to stay here a
month." said Vivian Edge, who is, for the
most part, confined to a wheelchair. Edge
has to get her finances in order before
she can move into a place of her own.
For now, though, she stays at Ezekiel
House, even though the carpeting is old
and ragged and hinders her from moving.
much .
Shawna McKinney and: Daniel
Robinson and their three sons. Xavier, 22
months' Isaiah. 5, and Calvin. 7. moved ,
recently to Lake City and stayed at the


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Cleopatra J. Steele stands in front of.the women and family shelter she operates.
The City of Lake City has ordered her to repair and improve the two homeless
shelters in town.


shelter for two w 'eeks.
Robinson, a military veteran, is work-
ing now, but still doesn't have enough
money, to feed his family. They were
eating lunch Friday at LAD Soup
Kitchen.
"It was a bad situation." McKinney said
of how they came to be homeless.
They moved from Memphis because
of the violence and shootings there, hop-
ing for a better place to raise their family,
Robinson said.


"There are a bunch of good people in
Lake City," he said. "I just really
appreciate the support."
Now, the couple said they hope the
community can rally behind Steele and
save the shelters.
"Just give as you can," McKinney said.
:"I understand the tragedies in other
states and cities, .but a lot of people in
other areas need help," Robinson said.
For more information on how to help,
call Steele at 758-8438 or 758-2217.


C ounil to meet


Monday night


By UNDA YOUNG
lyoungellakec itreporter.coni

The Lake City City Council
will have a first reading on two
new resolutions; five new ordi-
nances and hear several peti-
tions at its regularly scheduled
meeting Monday.
It begins at 7:30 p.m. on the
second floor of City Hall at 205
N. Marion Ave.
One of the resolutions is, to
authorize the city to enter into
an agreement with the North
Central Florida Regional
Planning Council to provide
planning services to the city for
the coming year.
The coulcil will also consider
Ordinance No. 2005-1025
which would, if adopted.
amend the regulations that
govern subdivisions within city
limits.
Ordinance No. 2005-046 is to'
amend the city's comprehen-
sive plan by changing the land
.use classification for County
Commercial and County
Residential Low Density to City
Commercial.


Three, separate ordinances
deal .with' rezoning ,property.
The properties for which
rezoning is sought are:
A parcel of .07 acres,
located off 1-75 at the end of
Florida Gateway Boulevard,
from Commercial Intensive to.,
Commercial Highway:
Interchange.
A parcel of .5 acres, off
1-75 at the end of Florida
Gateway Boulevard, from
Comrnfercial Intensive to
Commercial Highway
Interchange.
A parcel of 24.48 acres,
plus Stonegate Park, located on
Pinemont Road just off U.S. 90,
from Commercial Highway
Interchange and Residential
single Family to Commercial
Intensive.
Another agenda item will be
a discussion of money appro-
priated to pay invoices for work
and services performed for the
city.
The public is welcome to,
attend and comment during.
the public portion of the'
meeting.


REPAIRS
Continued From Page 1A

structures citing numerous
alleged code violations.
Another violation: Cleopatra
Steele had begun charging peo-
pie a "maintenance fee," which
was used to offset the cost of
basic necessities such as tissue
paper, bath soap and shampoo
used by residents. Steele said.
"I told them I'm doing the
best I can with the tithes and.
offerings from my church,"
Steele said.
Because of the "maintenance
fee," the shelters became classi-
Sfled by the state as boarding
houses. Thafs where the occu-
pational'. license and state
license come into play.,
Steele Worries about what
will happen if she can't meet the
timeline the city has given her
to upgrade the two shelters.
"A lot of the repairs are
minor," she said. "Broken win-
dows, light switches. But all the
electrical, plumbing and roof, I
have to have a licensed
contractor." .
' The city is willing to work.
with Steele and the Suwannee
Valley Rescue Mission. which


FULLARD
Continued From Page L4A

community pulling together
can do.
"I can't believe how many
people came out to help," she
said. '
And more. were helping out
Saturday, including men taking
trucks to pick up her new fur-
niture so the family could
begin living in their home.
Many people attending the
official key passing Saturday


Il can't find anyone
to come down with
all the new houses
being built.
Cleopatra J. Steele,
Lake City homeless
shelter operator


operates the two shelters -
Ezekiel and Candlestick hous-
es ,---but Steele.needs to show.
an effort is being made to cor-
rect the alleged violations,
Caslow said.-
At the Candlestick House. a
shelter for men, Caslow noted:
a plumbing leak; covers not
properly installed on water
heaters; fire, exits that are
locked or blocked; one bed-
room with a fire escape, but no
way to access it; smoke detec-
tors are either missing or not
connected; windows are not
able to be opened: the roof is in
bad shape; and the floors, walls
and ceilings are in need of
repair.
At the Ezekiel House, many
dofthe same issues apply. But,
that shelter, for families and
women, also needs protective


I morning commented onI.
Fullard's humbleness.,
While waiting for the official
ceremony to begin. Fullard's
tw6 sons played in their new
* yard, showed off their new
bright blue bedroom and
picked their mother flowers -
Spanish needle..
Jasmine, too young to under-
: stand, was the typical 1-year-
, old child. She wanted to be
held.
S Many times people would
enter Fullard's new home, giv-
ing her money to use as she'
sees fit. Fullard could barely


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Daniel Robinson, Shawna McKinney and their children,
Xavier, Isaiah and Calvin eat at LAD Soup Kitchen, part of,
the Cleopatra J. Steele Ministries. The family moved recently
to Lake City from Memphis, Tenn., and say without Steele's
shelter providing them a place for two weeks, they would be
in a worse situation '


railings and some foundation
work,
Caslow has given Steele a
timeline in which to repair or
replace the items listed in the
complaints. Some of the repairs
must be done in one week,
some can be completed in 45
.'days and others ---such as
reroofihg the shelters -- must
be completed in 120 days.
But time isn't the only issue.


speak the words "thank you,"
becoming choked up. At times,
she was close to tears hearing
people talk about her or the
community members and busi-
ness people who volunteered
or donated money and supplies
and the amount of work that
went into building her home.
Fullard will be responsible
for paying the no-interest loan
on her new home.


Finding contractors to do the
work has not been easy.
"I have called and went
through the Yellow Pages, look-
ing for roofers," Steele said.
"Two of them responded."
But, she said, they never
called back.
"I can't find anyone to come
down with all the new houses
being built."


But, her boss, Matt Karlton,
knows she can do anything she
sets out to do.
.He beams almost like her
father when he talks of his
employee.
"Having three children and
working 50-55 hours a week."
shows her work ethic, he said.
"She's committed to her family.
I've never seen anybody like
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Superspeedway has
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possible advantages.
By JENNA FRYER
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TALLADEGA, Ala. -
Mark Martin is the only
Chase for the championship
driver with a victory at
Talladega Superspeedway.
Does that give him any-
advantage over his rivals in
Sunday's. race? Absolutely
not.
"I am going to go out there'
and do the best I can. That's
all," Martin said Saturday. "I
can control the effort our
effort, my effort. I can't even
come close to controlling the
outcome of it. If we take our
hit tomorrow, then that's
what it is."
Talladega is the wild card
of NASCAR's 10-race title
hunt, the one place where
anything can happen and the
points standings can shuffle


dramatically. It's the only
track in the Chase that
requires carburetor restrictor
plates, which sap horsepower
and keep cars under 200 mph.
The plates prevent cars
from breaking away, creating
huge packs of side-by-side
racing. One bump or bobble
can trigger
a huge acci-
dent, col-
lecting cars
at random.
It happened
to Jeremy
Mayfield Edwards
last year,
when he was taken out in a
four-car accident and finished
. 38th. It ended Mayfield's shot
at winning the Nextel Cup
title.
"These restrictor-plate'
races are really intense," said
Carl Edwards, eighth in the
Chase. 'This place, you can't
be too careful. You can't try
too hard to watch out ahead.
If there's ,a wreck, you can't
stop too quick. You really


have to be planning on what
you're going do to stop that
car as soon as you see some
smoke."
It's become so tense, few
drivers enjoy racing .'at
Talladega. That includes
Martin, who won. there in
1995 and '97. He's on pins and
needles the entire time in his
car. But he's the first to admit
that if he were a spectator he
wouldn't be able to pull
himself away.
"I hate racing here in
today's format," he said. "But
it's one of the best ones to
watch on TV. It's-not about us,
it's about television, it's about
the fans. I think the competi-
tors would rather see a race
where you had more control
over your destiny than this.
But that doesn't matter."
Points leader Jimmie
Johnson has failed to finish
the fall Talladega race the
past three seasons. and was,
victim to an overheating
engine last year that dented
his title hopes.


JOSEPH DeANGELIS/Lake City Reporter
Steve Roberts celebrates the
first of two touchdowns he
scored against Middleburg in
Columbia High's 35-12 win
on Friday.

Win could

set tone

for run at

district

Columbia High gets
viet)I; playingtime
for all; vs. Middlelbug.
By TIM KIRBY

Columbia High football
showed it belonged in the
upper tier of District 5-4A with
a 35-12 win over Middleburg
High for Homecoming on
Friday.
In the other district
matchup, Ridgeview High beat
visiting Fleming Island High
33-16. Nease High hosted
Menendez High out of district
and romped 76-0.
Columbia. Nease and
'"'Ridgevie'w ~'e ldetfeated in
district, while both Middleburg
and Fleming Island are 0-2.
The' Tigers struck on the
first play of the game against
Middleburg and did not let up
through the first half, taking a
28-0 lead into intermission.
It could have been worse.
Columbia lost two fumbles and
threw an interception in the
first half. The Tigers also kept a
Middleburg drive alive with a
roughing-the-kicker penalty on
a punt.
Columbia's defense was
outstanding in the first half,
holding the Broncos to 10
yards. Rend Perry recovered a
fumble, while Matthew Berry
had a sack and Logan Douglas
had a tackle-for-loss. "
Willie Collins, back to being
100 percent after an injury,
recorded three sacks that cost
the Broncos 27 yards. Collins
also recovered a fumble in the
second half and scored
Columbia's second touchdown
of the game on a three-yard
run.
Jacquez Macon punished the
late arrivals, as he went 63
yards on, the first play of the
game for a touchdown. He
caught two passes, including
one for a touchdown with less
than a second left in the first
half. Macon also had a 44-yard
gain negated by a penalty on
his only carry in the second
half.
Steve Roberts scored two
touchdowns and, with 123
yards on nine carries, became
the fourth CHS back to have a
100-yard game this season.


: Continued on


TODD WILSON/Lake City Reporter
Tournament tune-up
Samantha Turner, a sophomore tennis player at Columbia
High, returns a backhand during a recent workout in
preparation for the First Annual Lake City Reporter Tenn[s
Classic. The tournament also is presented by the CHS
Tennis Boosters and will be hosted by tile Southsicle
Tennis Cilui orl Oct. 22-23.


TIGERS
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LCCC BASEBALL
'Wolves play
at home today
From staff reports
Lake City Community
College baseball hosts
Abraham Baldwin College at
noon today for a doublehead-
er. The Timberwolves split
with ABAC 11-0, 2-4 in their
meeting in Tifton, Ga.
Lake .City swept :Manatee
Community College 10-1, 9-1
last week and is 4-2 for the fall
season.


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AL standings


x-New York
Boston
Toronto
Baltimore
Tampa Bay

x-Chicago
Cleveland
Minnesota
Detroit .
Kansas City


East Division
S W L Pct
S95 66 .,
94 67 '5.
79 82 .491
73 88 .453
67 94 .416
Central Division
W L Pct
98 63 .609 .
93 68 .578
82 79 .509
71 90 .441
56 105 .348
West Division


W L Pct GB
x-Los Angeles 93 67 .581 -
Oakland 87 74 .540 64%
Texas 79 81 .494 14
Seattle 69 92 .429 241
x-clinched division
Friday's Games
Boston 5, N.Y. Yankees 3
Chicago White Sox 3, Cleveland 2! 13
innings
Toronto 10, Kansas City 1
Baltimore 7, Tampa Bay 6
I A r. e.-- 7,Texas 1
Minnesota 7, Detroit 3
Seattle 4, Oakland 1
Saturday's Games
(Late Game Not Included)
N.Y. Yankees 8, Boston 4
Chicago White Sox'4, Cleveland 3
Oakland 4, Seattle 3
Kansas City 7, Toronto 6
Baltimore 4, Tampa Bay 3
Minnesota 3, Detroit 0 '
LA Angels at Texas (n)
Today's Games
Chicago White Sox (McCarthy 2-2) at
Cleveland (Elarton 11-8), 1:05 p.m.,
Kansas City (R.Hernandez 8-13) at
Toronto (Chacin 12-9), 1:07 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees (Mussina'13-8) at Boston
(Schilling 7-8), 2:05 p.m. I.
L.A Angels (E.Santana 11-8) at Texas
(Loe 9-5), 2:05 p.m.
Detroit (Robertson 7-15) at Minnesota
(J.Santana 15-7), 2:10 p.m.
Baltimore (Chen 12-10) at Tampa Bay
(Kazmir 10-9), 2:15 p.m.. ,
Oakland (Kennedy 3-5) at Seattle
(F.Hernandez 4-4), 4:05 p.m.

NL standings

East Division
W L Pct GB
x-Atlanta 90 70 .563 -
Philadelphia 87 74 .540 3%4
New York 83 78 .516 7A
Florida 81 79 .506 9
Washington 81 80 .503 9%
Central Division
W L Pct GB
x-St Louis 99 62 .615 -
Houston 88 73 .547 11
Milwaukee 81 80 .503 18
Chicago 79 82 .491 20
Cincinnati 73 88 .453 26
Pittsburgh 66 95 .410 33
West Division
W L Pct GB
x-San Diego 81 79 .506 -
Arizona 77 84 .478 4'%
San Francisco 74' 87 .460 7'A
Los Angeles 70 90 .438 11
Colorado 66 95 .410 15%'
x-clinched division
'Friday's Games.
Milwaukee 6, Pittsburgh 5
Philadelphia 4, Washington 3
N.Y. Mets 3, Colorado 2
,Florida 5, Atlanta 2
Chicago Cubs 4, Houston 3
St. Louis 12, Cincinnati 6
San Diego 3, LA. Dodgers 1


Arizona 7, San Francisco 3
Saturday's Games
(Late Games Not Included)
Houston 3, Chicago Cubs 1
Philadelphia 8, Washington 4
St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 6
Arizona 2, San Francisco 1, 11 innings
N.Y. Mets 3, Colorado 1
Pittsburgh 5; Milwaukee 1
Atlanta at Florida, (n)
LA. Dodgers at San Diego (n)
Today's Games
Atlanta (Ramirez 11-9) at Florida (Willis
22-10), 1:05 p.m.-
Philadelphia (Lieber 16-13) at

Washington (Carrasco 5-3), 1:05 p.m.
Colorado (Cook 6-2) at N.Y. Mets
(V.Zambrano 7-11), 1:10 p.m.
Milwaukee (Helling 3-1) at Pittsburgh
(Duke 7-2), 1:35 p.m.
Chicago Cubs (Maddux 13-14) at
Houston (Oswalt 19-12), 2:05 p.m.
Cincinnati (Claussen 10-10) at St. Louis
(Morris 14-10), 2:15 p.m.
LA Dodgers (Weaver 14-11) at San
Diego (Eaton 10-5), 4:05 p.m.
Arizona (Webb 14-11) at San Francisco'
(Tomko 7-15), 4:05 p.m.

Wild-Card standings

American League
W L Pct GB
Boston 94 67 .584 -
Cleveland 93 68 .578 1
Friday's Games
Boston 5, N.Y. Yankees 3
Chicago White Sox 3, Cleveland 2, 13
innings
Saturday's Games
Chicago White Sox 4, Cleveland 3
N.Y. Yankees 8, Boston 4
Today's Games
Chicago White Sox (McCarthy 2-2) at
Cleveland (Elarion 11-8), 1:05 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees (Mussina 13-8) at Boston
(Schilling 7-8), 2:05 p.m.

National League
W L Pet GB
Houston 88 73 .547 -
Philadelphia 87 74 .540 1
Friday's Games
Philadelphia 4, Washington 3
Chicago Cubs 4, Houston 3
Saturday's Games
Houston 3, Chicago Cubs 1
Philadelphia 8, Washington 4
Today's Games
Philadelphia (Lieber 16-13) at
Washington (Carrasco 5-3), 1:05 p.m.
Chicago Cubs (Maddux 13-14) at
Houston (Oswalt 19-12), 2:05 p.m.


FOOTBALL

College scores

Friday
Rutgers 37, Pittsburgh 29

NFL standings

AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pet PF PA
Miami 2 1 0 .667 68 51
New England 2 1 0 .667 70 67
Buffalo 1 2 0 .333 41 50
N.Y. Jets 1 2 0 .333 44 60
South
W L T Pct PF PA
Indianapolis 3 0 0 1.000 47 16
Jacksonville 2 1 0 .667 55 44
Tennessee 1 2 0 .333 59' 75
Houston' 0 2 0 .000 14 49
North
W L T Pct PF PA
Cincinnati 3 0 0 1.000 88 28
Pittsburgh. 2 1 0 .667 81 37
Cleveland 1 2 0 .333 45 64
Baltimore 0 2 '0 .000 17 49
West
W L T Pct PF PA
' Denver 2 1 0 .667 60 61
.Kansas City 2 1 0 .667 60 54
San Diego 1 2 0 .333 86 71
Oakland 0 3 0 .000 57 76
NATIONAL CONFERENCE


Washington
Dallas
N.Y. Giants
Philadelphia

Tampa Bay
Atlanta
Carolina
New Orleans

Detroit
Chicago
Minnesota
Green Bay

St. Louis
Seattle
San Francisc9
Arizona


East
W L T Pct
2 0 0 1.000
2 1 0 .667
2 1 0 .667
2 1 0 .667
South
W L T Pct
3 0 0 1.000
2 1 0 .667
1 2 0 .333
1 2. 0 .333
North
W L T Pct
1 1 0 .500
1 2, 0 .333
1 2 0 .333
,0, 3 0 .000
West
W L T Pct
2 1 0 .667
2 1 0 .667
1, 2 0 .333
0 3 0 .000


Today's Games
Buffalo vs. New Orleans at San Antonio,
1 p.m.
St. Louis at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m.
Seattle at Washington, 1 p.m.
Denver at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
Indianapolis at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Houston at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.
Detroit at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m.
San Diego at New England, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Jets at Baltimore, 4:05 p.m.
Minnesota at Atlanta, 4:15 p.m.
Dallas at Oakland, 4:15 p.m.
Philadelphia at Kansas City, 4:15 p.m.
San Francisco vs. Arizona at Mexico
City, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Chicago, Cleveland,' Miami,
Pittsburgh
Monday's Game
Green Bay at Carolina, 9 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 9
Baltimore at Detroit, 1 p.m.
Miami at Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Seattle at St. Louis, 1 p.m.
Tennessee at Houston, 1 p.m.
Tampa Bay at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
New England at Atlanta, 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Green Bay, 1 p.m.
Chicago at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Indianapolis at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.
Philadelphia at Dallas, 4:15 p.m.
'Carolina at Arizona, 4:15 p.m..
Washington at Denver, 4:15 p.m.
Cincinnati atJacksonville, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Kansas City, Oakland, N.Y.
Giants, Minnesota
Monday, Oct. 10
Pittsburgh at San Diego, 9 p.m.


AUTO RACING

Race week
NEXTEL CUP
UAW-Ford 500
Site: Talladega, Ala.
Schedule: Today, race (NBC, 2 p.m.).
Track: Talladega Superspeedway (tri-
oval, 2.66 miles, 33 degrees banking in
turns).
Race distance: 500 miles, 188 laps.
NHPRA
Ameriquest Nationals
Site: Joliet, 1Il.
Schedule: Today, eliminations, noon
(ESPN2, 8p.m., tape):
Track: Route 66 Raceway.

UAW-Ford 500 lineup

At Talladega Superspeedway
Talladega, Ala.
Friday qualifying
(Car number in parentheses)
1. (38) Elliott Sadler, Ford, 189.260
mph.
2. (88) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 188.775.
3. (12) Ryan Newman, Dodge, 188.596.
4. (20) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet,
188.570.
5. (01) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet,
188.333.
6. (18) Bobby. Labonte, Chevrolet,
188.307.
7. (10) Scott Riggs, Chevrolet, 188.270.
8. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 188.237.
9. (48) Jimmie, Johnson, Chevrolet,
188.215.
10. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 188.100.
11. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 187.996.
12. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet,
187.805.
13. (5) Kyle Busch,.Chevrolet, 187.757.
14. (42) Jamie McMurray, Dodge,
187.687.
15. (77) Travis Kvapil, Dodge, 187.639.
16. '(40) Sterling Marlin, Dodge,
187.529.
17. (1) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet,
187.496.
18. (31) JeffBurton, Chevrolet, 187.477.
19. (11) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 187.404.
20. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet,
187.071:
21. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, 187.045.
22. (7) Robby Gordon, Chevrolet,
187.020.
23. (0) Mike Bliss, Chevrolet, 186.936.
24. (6) Mark Martin, Ford, 186.786.
25. (15) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet,
186.637.
26. (41) Casey Mears, Dodge, 186.557.
27. (25) Brian Vickers, Chevrolet,
186.543.
28. (9) Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 186.506.
29. (21) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 186.437.
30. (07)' Dave Blaney, Chevrolet,
186.325.
31.. (00) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet,
186.205.
32. (19) Jeremy Mayfield,' Dodge,
186.140.
33. (4) Mike Wallace, Chevrolet,
186.042.
34. (33) Kerry Earnhardt, Chevrolet,
186.017.
.35. (34).Hermie Sadler, Ford, 185.945.
36. (22) Scott Wimmer, Dodge, 185.916.
37. (66) Kevin Lepage, Ford, 185.801.
38. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 185.254.
39. (49) Ken Schrader, Dodge, 184.661.
40. (43) Jeff Green, Dodge, 184.658.
41. (2) Rusty Wallace, Dodge, owner
points.
42. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet,
owner points.
43. (37) Tony Raines, Dodge, 185.208.'
Failed to Qualify
44. (32) Bobby Hamilton Jr., Chevrolet,
184.793.
45. (09) Johnny Sauter, Dodge, 183.370.
46. (89) Morgan Shepherd, Dodge,
182.989.


HOCKE

NHL preseason

Friday's Games
Atlanta 3,Nashville 2 .
Washington 4, Pittsburgh 3
Columbus 4, Chicago 3
New Jersey 5, Philadelphia 3
Buffalo 5, Minnesota 3
Toronto 4, Detroit 3
Carolina 5, Tampa Bay 2
Vancouver 4, Calgary 2
San Jose 2, Phoenix 1.
Anaheim 5, Los Angeles 4
Saturday's Games
(Lates Game Not Included)
Montreal 6, Ottawa 3
Bpston 5, N.Y Rangers 2' '
Toronto 4, Detroit 1
Philadelphia 7, Washington 6, SO
Colorado at Dallas (n)
Anaheim at Phoenix (n)
Edmonton at Vancouver (n) '
Today's Games
Tampa Bay at Florida, 1 p.,m.
New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 5 p.m.
Chicago at St. Louis, 7 p.m.
Ottawa at Montreal, 7 p.m.
SNashville at Columbus, 7 p.m.
Washington at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.
End of Preseason




MLS games

Saturday's Games
D.C. United 4, MetroStars 1
San Jose 2, New England 0
CD Chivas USA 1, Columbus 0
Chicago at Kansas City (n)
Real Salt Lake at Colorado (n)
FC Dallas at Los Angeles (n)
Wednesday's Games


Columbus at FC Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
MetroStars at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
CD Chivas USA at Colorado, 9:30 p.m.
D.C. United at Real Salt Lake, 9i30 p.m.


BOXING

Fight results

Friday
BROOKS, Calif. Glen Johnson, 173
pounds, Miami, stopped George Khalid
Jones, 172, Paterson, N.J., -10, light
heavyweights.


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Ferrie leads by

five at Dunhill
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Kenneth Ferrie of England
shot a 5-under-par 67 on The
Old Course Saturday to open
a five-stroke lead after the
third round of the Dunhill
Links Championship.
He Was at 13-under 203 and
followed at 208 by Scotland's
,Colin Montgomerie (73),
Sweden's Henrik Stenson
(65) and Argentina's Ricardo
Gonzalez (71).
Ferrie was in position for a'
65 on The Old Course, which
would have tied the record
score Montgomerie matched
Friday, but three-putted the'
last two greens.
"By the standards I've set
for myself, that's not good
enough," he said. "I can't
afford that. It's just giving
shots away."


Choi, Trahan

lead Chrysler
GREENSBORO, N.C. -
K.J. Choi shot a 5-unrider-67
and D.J. Trahan shot 66
Saturday to tie for the lead


after the third round of the
Chrysler Classic of
Greensboro. Jason Bohn and
Shigeki Maruyama were at
15-under, one shot back.
Choi, who began the day
one shot off the lead, fell
three shots back early in the
round before birdieing the
12th, 13th and 16th, holes at
Forest Oaks Country Club.
Trahan tied him thanks to an
eagle on.the 16th and a birdie
on 17.
Trahan, who started the
day. tied for third, holed his
second shot from 165 yards
on the par-4 16th to move to
15-under. The Clemson alum
ran toward the gallery and
hugged several family
members and friends on his
way to the green.
Trahan followed by sinking
a 12-foot birdie putt on 17.

Eaks nears first

Champions win
CARY, N.C. R.W. Eaks
moved a step closer to his
first win on the Champions
Tour, shooting a 6-under 66 to
take a one-stroke lead into the
final round of the SAS
Championship.
Eaks made four birdies


over the final eight holes at
the 7,177-yard Prestonwood.
Country Club, putting the
53-year-old in position for his
first professional victory since
the 1997 San Jose Open.
Eaks is at 11-under for the
tournament, one stroke ahead
of Bob Gilder, who also shot
66 on Saturday.


Han takes

LPGA lead
RANCHO PALOS
VERDES, Calif. Hee-Won
Han considered herself lucky,
and not just because she built
a three-shot lead at the LPGA
Office Depot Championship.
The South Korean golfer
was one of just 71 players to
finish the second round
Saturday after a 3'/-hour fog
delay.
Han shot a 3-under 68 for a
two-day total of 133 after a
career-best 65 in the opening
round.
Veteran Tina Barrett shot a
5-under 66, and former
Southern California star
Jennifer Rosales had a
1-under 70, tying for second
at 136.
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Top 25 Fared *
No. 1 Southern Cal (4-0)
beat No. 14 Arizona State
38-28. Next: vs. Arizona,
Saturday.
No. 2 Texas (4-0) beat
Missouri 51-20. Next: vs.
Oklahoma, Saturday.
No. 3 Virginia Tech (5-0)
beat West Virginia 34-17. Next:
vs. Marshall, Saturday.
No. 4 LSU (2-1) beat
Mississippi State 37-7. Next: at
Vanderbilt, Saturdsay.
NO. 5 FLORIDA (4-1) LOST
TO NO. 15 ALABAMA 31-3.
NEXT: VS. MISSISSIPPI
STATE, SATURDAY.
NO. 6 FLORIDA STATE
(4-0) BEAT SYRACUSE
38-14. NEXT: VS. WAKE
FOREST, SATURDAY.
No. 7 Georgia (4-0) did not
play. Next: at No. 10
Tennessee, Saturday.
No. 8 Ohio State (3-1) did
not play. Next: at Penn State,
Saturday.
NO. 9 MIAMI (2-1) BEAT
SOUTH FLORIDA, 27-7.
NEXT: VS. DUKE, SATURDAY.
No. 10 Tennessee (3-1) beat
Mississippi 27-10. Next: vs. No.
7 Georgia, Saturday.
No. 11 Michigan State
(4-1) lost to Michigan 34-31,
OT. Next: at Ohio State,
Oct. 15.
No. 12 California (4-0) beat
Arizona 28-0. Next: at No. 20
UCLA, Saturday.,


Scores

ACC
Florida S't. 38, Syracuse 14
Virginia Tech 34, West Virginia 17
Maryland 45, Virginia 33
Navy 28, Duke 21
North Carolina 31, Utah 17
Wake Forest 31, Clemsori 27
Boston College 38, Ball St. 0
Miami 27, South Florida 7

SEC
Alabama 31, Florida 3
LSU 37, Mississippi St. 7
Tennessee 27, Mississippi 10
Auburn 48, South Carolina 7
Middle Tennessee 17, Vanderbilt 15

EAST
Brown 45, Rhode Island 35
Bucknell 27, Marist 7
C.W. Post 37, Bryant 15
Colgate 34, Cornell 20
Connecticut 47, Army 13
Holy Cross 22, Yale 19
Indiana, Pa. 20,.Shippensburg 15
Ithaca 42, Brockport 17
James Madison 42, Hofstra 10
La,Salle 39, lona 32, 20T .....
Lafayette 12, Georgetown, D.C..7
Lehigh 49, Harvard 24
New Harripshire 45; Villanova 17
Penn 26, Dartmouth 9
Penn St. 44, Minnesota 14
Princeton 43, Columbia-3
Rochester 27, St. Lawrence 22
St. Francis, Pa. 3 Rvten Mlorr,. 28
Vir,;ni T,.: h ,-4 W e i .. irg.n.a 1.
vWanr,-r "., Sacred Heart 21
West Chester 48, Kutztown 21

SOUTH
Alabama 31, Florida 3
Austin Peay 30, Valparaiso 20
Bethune-Cookman 44, Morgan St. 26
Catawba 31, Mars Hill 0
Chattanooga 25, -Wofford 14
Coastal Carolina'24, .. Carolina St. 23
Furman 48, Gardner-Webb 31
Georgia Southern 49, Elon 7
Howard 27, Charleston Southern 22
Louisville 61, FloridaAtlantic 10
Ma-haliI, 16 SMU13, OT
11 Caroi,na A.&T 16, Tennessee.St. 3
North Greenville 55, Georgia St. 0
Presbyterian 26, Tusculum 3
Tennessee Tech 42, Murray St. 21
Texas Southern 17, Alabama A&M 7
Tulane 28, SE Louisiana 21


No. 13 Notre Dame (3-1)
beat No. 22 Purdue, 49-28.
Next: vs. No. 1 Southern Cal,
Oct. 15.
No. 14 Arizona State (3-2)
lost to No. 1 Southern Cal
38-28. Next: vs. Oregon,
Saturday.
No. 15 Alabama (5-0) beat
No. 5 Florida 31-3. Next: at
Mississippi, Oct, 15.
No. 16 Texas Tech (3-0) vs.
Kansas. Next: at Nebraska,
Saturday.
No. 17 Wisconsin (5-0) beat
Indiana 41-24. Next: at
Northwestern, Saturday.
No. 18 Minnesota (4-1) lost
to Penn State 44-14. Next: at
Michigan, Saturday.
No. 19 Virginia (3-1) lost to
Maryland 45-33. Next: at
No. 21 Boston College,
Saturday.
No. 20 UCLA (3-0) vs.
Washington. Next: vs.
California, Saturday.
No. 21 Boston College
(4-1) beat Ball State 38-0. Next:
vs. No. 19 Virginia, Saturday.
No. 22 Purdue (2-1) lost to
No. 13 Notre Dame, 49-28.
Next: vs. Iowa, Saturday.
No. 23 Iowa State (3-1) lost
to Nebraska 27-20, 20T. Next:
vs. Baylor, Saturday.
No. 24 Louisville (3-1) beat
Florida Atlantic 61-10. Next: vs.
North Carolina, Saturday.
No. 25 Georgia Tech (3-1)
did not play. Next: vs. North
Carolina State, Oct. 6.

Union, Ky. 44, Belhaven 33
VMI 10, Liberty 7
Wingate 28, Lenoir-Rhyne 7

MIDWEST
Bowling Green 70, Temple 7
Central 10, Simpson, Iowa 7
Dakota St. 42, S. Dakota Tech 7
Dayton 49, Jacksonville 17
DePauw 33, Chicago 9
E. Michigan 27, Kent St. 20
Elmhurst 20, Illinois Wesleyan 15
Iowa 35, Illinois 7
John Carroll 50, Ohio Northern 25
Lakeland 64, Eureka 0
Michigan 34, Michigan St. 31, OT
Michigan Tech 45, Gannon 17
Minot St. 14, Mary 10
Missouri Southern 41, Truman St. 17
Missouri Valley 43, Avila 3
Missouri Western 13, Cent. Missouri 10
Monmouth, Ill. 34, Lake Forest 0
Mount Union 42, Capital 24
N. Iowa 41, W. Illinois 24
NW Missouri St. 14, Emporia St. 0
Nebraska 27, Iowa St. 20, 20T
Nebraska-Kearney 61, Adams St. 24
Nebraska-Omaha 71, Panhandle'St. 0
North Dakota 37, St. Cloud St. 14

South Dakota 48, Augustana, S.D. 17
Texas 51, Missouri 20
Texas Cdllege 20, Peru St. 17
W. Kentucky 38, Indiana St. 28
Wabash 29, Ohio Wesleyan 7
Washburn 35, Pittsburg St. 34, OT
Wis. Lutheran 37, Tri-State 14 ,
Wis.-LaCrosse 24, Wis.-Stevens Pt. 0
Wis.-Stout 44, Waldorf 3
Wis.-Whitewater 28, Wis.-Eau Claire 7
Wisconsin 41, Indiana 24

SOUTHWEST
Arkansas Tech 14, West Georgia 9
Cent. Oklahoma 37, SW Oklahoma 20
Colorado 34, Oklahoma St. 0
Hardin-Simmons 45, Howard Payne 20
Texas A&M 16, Baylor 13, OT

FAR WEST
Cal Poly-SLO 31, N. Colorado 14
Cent. Washington 48, W. Oregon 17
.E. Washington 42, Portland St. 24
Idaho 27, Utah St. 13
Montana 24, Weber St. 19'
Montana St. 30, Idaho St. 28
Oregon 44, Stanford 20
Oregon St. 44, Washington'St. 33
San Diego 56, Menlo 0
Southern Cal 38, Arizona St. 28
Wyoming 42, UNLV 17


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Roberts had four consecutive
carries of 17 yards or more,
spanning the second and third
quarters.
Coach Danny Green said
Roberts was making better
reads on the sweeps and the
blocking of guards Cason
Bicknell and Perry was.
improving when they are out
in front
Columbia had more than
300 yards rushing for the
second time in three games.
And-d they're doing it with
teamwork.
"The, offensive line did a
pretty good job," center


Sampson Genus said. "We will
be ready for Fleming Island. I
want to thank offensive line
coach (Mitch) Shoup the
most."
Tackle Michael Boyer
suffered a stinger, but said he
would be OK.
"Everything just went numb
in my neck and face," Boyer
said. "We are starting to come
together real good. We are lis-
tening to each other and not
fighting among ourselves. We
are playing as a family."
Levi McFatteriis the tackle
on the other side and Anthony
Dahlbeck is the tight end.
Seven Tig.-r-: carried the
ball, not counting quarter-
backs Lewis Sharp and Travis
Peters. Justin Rayford got a


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way. Kicker Jon Jordan made a
touchdown-saving tackle on a
return.
The Tigers pulled off a fake
punt and made Middleburg
pay when the Broncos failed to
run out the clock late in the
second quarter.
Columbia cleared its bench
during the game. Defensive
back Caleb Carmichael made
the best use of his opportunity
with four high-powered hits on
the Broncos' last drive.
A Homecoming win in dis-
trict, with playing time for all,
is- c" ed av to get over a tough
loss and the Tigers have
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Lovebugs


The insects can cause
an aultoilloble to
overheat, restrict sight.
By SUSAN SLOAN
,',, ;I.1 tr, e F,,'Opor t .r "
True or False?
Lovebugs were a
genetic experi-
ment at the
University of
Florida gone terribly wrong?
If \-ou answered true, you
would be wrong, but don't feel
bad, this is a persistent rumor
that just refuses to die. Search
the Internet for "urban leg-
ends" and right there among
those stories of the woman
who attempts to dry her cat in
the microwave and the eagle
in Alaska that flies off with the
family pet is the story.
But entomologists at the
University of Florida did not
introduce lovebugs into
Florida .as a bio-engineered
solution to the mosquito
problem.
Lovebugs do not even eat
mosquitoes they prefer rot-
ting. decaying vegetation.
Poor University of Florida!
To think this nuisance bug is
being blamed on the very uni-
versity thai brings us Gator, .
football and a whole slew of
finely educated graduates. In
fact, the lovebug was first
described in 1940 when a
gentlemen named Hardy from
Galveston, Texas, first
documented them appearing
in Texas anid Louisiana.
Like many of the more .
pesky insects that have
invaded the United States,
these Casanova-like bugs are
thought to have been


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stowaaways on ships that
docked in Galveston or New
Orleans around 120. The bug
has been traveling east ever
since. The first reported
sighting in Florida was made,
in li947 in Escambia County.
As the lovebug spread
across Mississippi and
Alabama through the 50s,
they began appearing in
masses in the '60s and
migrated to central Florida in
the '70s. Today. they can be
found in all states bordering
on the Gulf of Mexico, as well
as Georgia. South Carolina
and parts of Central America.
University of Florida and
U.S. Department of
Agriculture entom ologists did
study the lovebug, but only
after it was a common pest in
Florida. For some reason, the
lovebug is particularly fond of
Florida. Perhaps it is large
supply of damp decaying
vegetation that can be found
throughout the state and in
pastures under cow manure.
Lovebugs vary considerably
in size with the females
being much larger than the
males. Each year. two
generations of lovebugs
appear, lasting about four
weeks each in May and
.September. ,;,, .... ,
From about 8-10 a.m., adult
males begin their search for
the perfect female lovebug.
When found. he grabs on for
dear life and doesn't let go.
After joining together, the
male turns 180 degrees and
faces the opposite direction.
The competition for the
ladies is fierce and one male
may struggle with another to
mate with the same feniale,
attempting to uncouple the
mating pair. Often the larger


male will successfully fly off
with the female lovebug. At 4
p.m.. the love dance begins
again and lasts until about 8
p.m.
Lovebugs are attracted to.
diesel and gasoline fumes, and
more than one farmer or
homeowner has experienced
the swarm of insects descend-
ing as they cut their fields or


mowed their lawns. Travel
down the interstate and your
windshield will quickly
become covered by lovebug
guts. Hot engines, exhaust
and the vibrations of automo-
biles apparently contribute to
the attraction of lovebugs to
highways.
While an annoyance, they
can also be dangerous and


have been know n to cause
engines to overheat and to
obstruct views to the point of
causing accidents. Acidic body
fluids of the lovebug increase
in their ability to cause damn-
age to paint the longer they
are allowed to remain on your
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COUTRTESY PHOTO
Brittany Kristine Boyette and
Alan Fletcher Everette Jr.
Brittany Kristine Boyette of
Lake City and Alan Fletcher
Everette, Jr. of Branford were
united in marriage July 23, at
Hatchbend Apostolic Church
in Branford.
Brittany is the daughter of
Bryan and Terrie Boyette. of
Lake City.
Alan is the son. of Alan and
Melinda Everette Sr. of
Branford. The bride was given
in marriage by her father. Rev.
Steve Boyd officiated the cere-
mony. Cricket, Byrd was
director.
The bride's sister, Chelsea
Boyette was her maid-of-
honor. Bridesmaids were
Afton Markham and Erin,
Townsend. The flower girl was
Shaylin Outlaw.
The groom's best man was
Justin Boyd. Groomsmen
were Keith Herndon and
Travis Tysall. The ring-bearer
was Noah Herndon.
Ushers were Wade Lee and
Brian Byrd. Musician was
Robbie Bias and singers were
Afton Markham, and Chelsea
Boyette.
Special honored guests
were Glen Leguire and
Margaret Wuest. A reception
was in the church fellowship
hall immediately
following the ceremony.
Following their honeymoon
in the Bahamas, the couple
has settled into their home in
Lake City.
Brittany is a 2003 graduate
of Columbia High School, a
2005 graduate of Lake City
Community College -and cur-
rently' attends St. Le6
University pursuing a degree
in Elementary Education. She
is 'employed by Summers
Elementary School.
Alan is. a 2003 graduate of,
Lafayette High School and is
employed by Hamilton
Correctional Institute.

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COUTRTESY PHOTO
Sarah Renee Cone and
Mark Andrew Taylor
Sarah Renee Cone of St.
Augustine and Mark Andrew
Taylor of St. Augustine were
united in marriage July 360 at
The San Sebastian Winery in
St Augustine.
Sarah is the daughter of Joe
and Myra Cone of Lake City.
Mark is the son of Troy and
Cindy Taylor of St. Augustine.
The bride was given in
marriage by her parents.
The flower girl was
Maeinley Dowler.
Jordan Meffort of Ocala was
the maid of honor. Bridesmaid
was Christy Dowler.
Best man was Daniel
Barnes of Palatka.
Groomsman was David Cone.
Usher was Joby Cone.
The reception was at The
San Sabastian Winery.
After honeymoon in Linville
Falls, N.C., the couple will live
in St. Augustine.
Sarah graduated from
Belleview High School in
1998, then received a
Bachelor's degree in Political
Science from Flagler College
in 2002. She is currently
employed by St. Johns County
Board of County
Commissioners.
Mark graduated from St.
Augustine' High School in
1998, then received a
Bachelor's degree from
Brewton Parker College in
2002. He is currently


employed by St. Johns. County
Property Appraisers.


Reasons to consider


By JAMES "MR. MONT"
MONTGOMERY
LCCC adjunct history instructor
As an instructor at Lake
City'Community College
(LCCC), I
would like to
offer my
perspective
on "students
after high
school, a
comparison Mr. Mont
of high
school and college students,
and teaching at the college
level after teaching high
school."
After teaching high school
for 40 years and teaching at
the community college for
two,,my comparisons may be
somewhat limited by my
exposure.
Still, I have some compar-
isons to offer. Before I begin,
however, I would like to thank
Dr. "Chuck" Hall and Vice
President Charles Carroll for
offering me the two American
history classes that I currently
teach.
After retiring in 2003, I
began teaching at Lake City
Community College. I have to
say that my first reaction was
that I had "died and gone to
heaven." At the community
college, all you do is "teach."
No more lesson plans; no
more ',subbing" during your
planning period for teachers


who are absent; no more
lunchroom duty; no more
faculty meetings; no more
etc., etc., etc. It is not difficult
to appreciate a class that you
never have to ask "get quiet"
,so you can lecture.
Now, having said all that, I
would be less than candid if I
did not admit, as the bumper
sticker says, "I would rather
be teaching high school." I
realize that I may seem to be
contradicting myself. The real
difference between high
school and college is the
relationship between the
teacher and student. In high
school, you have the opportu-
nity to form strong relation-
ships with your students over
the years.
In the college atmosphere,
you can form "friendships,"
where you speak together on
campus or eat lunch together
in the cafeteria, but that is
sometimes as far as it will go.
The reason is that you might
have the student for only one
semester. Since the college
serves a five-county district,
they may not even live in
Columbia County, so you may'
rarely see them outside of, the
classroom.
On the other hand, the
relationships formed in the
high schoolenvironment go
beyond "friendship." These
relationships continue on' after
the student's high school,.
days. For example, the high


a community college
school teacher is invited to are virtually free with the
participate in meaningful state's "Bright Futures" schol-
events in the life of his or her arship and/or scholarships
student long after they have offered through the LCCC
graduated. Foundation; if you can live at
In comparing high school home, you can save that
and college students, I may "room and board" expense for
not be comparing "apples to when you do have to leave;
apples." In high school, I had you are in a class with no
the privilege of teaching more than 25 students instead
Columbia County's "best" of 500; you are on a first
through the "honors name basis with your
programs." At LCCC, I do professor; and your freshmen
have some "outstanding" and sophomore years are the
students in my classes, yet I same no matter where you go.
feel that the community Another reason why I
college is a broad "sampling of believe Lake City Community
the community as a whole." In College is so important to our
each class, you have your community is that it is an
outstanding students and institution for "second
those who have to work a little chances." ,
harder to achieve their goals. Many high school students
There is one thing that has don't "wake up" until long
impressed me about the corn- after they have graduated and
munity college and that is how begin to realize that they have
difficult it is for the students to to prepare for the rest of their
attend class and do what is lives. The community college
asked of them. Yet they keep can offer them a chance for a
coming back. Many of them new career or profession. Or it
have "full lives" outside of the can prepare them for transfer
college. They have families, to a four-year university. The
jobs, transportation problems community college gives each
and financial problems that student that chance to reach
would discourage any and achieve new goals in life
ordinary person, but these with a better future in their
students always keep that community or for their family.
dream of a college education Why would you want to go
before them. anywhere else than right, here
While teaching high school, at home in Lake City
I continuously "preached" the Community College? Seems
community college to my like a "no-brainer" to me.
students. The reasons are Come join us at Lake City
obvious: two years of college Community College!


ENGAGEMENT
Tillman Small
The late Dec. Ralph and
Clara Hunter Tillman of White
Springs announce the engage-
ment and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Sonya
Nanette Tillman of White
Springs, to Mack Henry Small
of White Springs, son of the
late Oscar and Nellie Small of
White Springs.
The wedding is planned for
3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at St.
Luke Freewill Baptist Church
in White Springs.
A reception will follow at
Springfield Community
Center in Lake City.
Sonya's a .1981 graduate of
Hamilton County High. School
and a 2001 graduate of St. Leo
University with a Bachelors of
Science, and is currently
employed with Correctional
Corporation of America as a
Classification Officer.
Mack is a graduate of
Hamilton County High, a
Veteran of the U.S. Armed
Forces and ,currently
employed with Metal Coat.
Friends' and family are
invited to attend this event.

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Thomas
Anthony and Tracy
Thomas of Lake City
announce the birth of their
son, Brayden Lee Thomas,
Aug. 29 in North Florida
Regional Medical Center.
He weighed six pounds,
eight ounces and measured
19'k inches.
He joins Sierra, 7, and Trey,
2.
Grandparents are Allison
and Paul Dyal, Rodney and
Patty Nettles and Connell and
Linda Thomas, all of Lake
City.
Great---grandparents are
Muriel Nettles and the late
Lee Nettles and the late
Harry and Pat Johns.

Tracy
Kyle and Brittany Tracy of
Lake City announce the birth
of their daughter, Kiera Alina
Tracy, Aug. 30 in Shands at
Lake City.
She weighed eight pounds,
one ounce and measured 19%/
inches.
She joins Kiersten Marie
Tracy, 3.
Grandparents are Connie
and Daryl Eadie, Brett and
Stephnie Reddick, Randy and
Karen Tracy.
Great-grandparents are
Mary and Charles Reddick,
Dee Collins and the late Roy
and Hellen Allen.

Guadagnoli .
Donald Anthony Jr. and
Grace Ann Guadagnoli of
Lake City announce the birth
of their daughter, Elizabeth
Megan Guadagnoli (Lizzy),
Aug. 4 in North Florida
Woman's Center, Gainesville.
She weighed seven pounds
four ounces and measured 20
inches.
She joins Kevin Guadagnoli
13, and Stephanie
Guadagnoli, 8.
Grandparents are Sue Ann
Davis and the late Robert


Davis of Lake City, Dan
Cooper and Cathy of
Interlachen, Donald Anthony
Guadagnoli and Loretta and
Diane Corney of Lake City.
Great-grandparents are
Aaron and Vera Waters of
Lake Butler and Dan and Ann
Cooper Sr. of Maclenny and
Terri Crocker of Lake City

Martin
Leonard and Sherry Martin


of Lake City announce the
birth of their daughter, Brylee
Lynn Martin, Sept. 8 in
Alachua General Hospital,
Gainesville.
She weighed seven pounds,
one ounce and measured 181/4
inches.
She joins, Dustin Hugh
Martin, 12, from Macleeny
and ,Alicia Marie Marin, 7,
from Lake City.
Grandparents are the late
Judy Marie Land of Lake City,


David and Melody Lang of
Lake City, Jackie and James
Conine of Lake City, Jimmy
and Wanda Martin of
Bryeeville.
Great---grandparents are
the late William and Rose
Lang of Lake City, the late
Harry Parrish of Lake City,
Ekma and Leonard Grant of
Jacksonville, the late Bob
Broach of Callahan, Melba
Broach of Callahan, and the
late Alen Brown of Macclenny.


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Glenda Claire Christine of
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riage on Oct 9, 1955 in Lake
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They will celebrate their
50th anniversary on Saturday,
Oct. 8 with family.
The couple had 4 children:
Mike (Georgelle) Huggins,
Jody (Rhonda) Huggins,
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They have four grandchil-
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Lou is retired from the Homes
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This driver may have waited a little to long to remove the lovebugs from his grill.,


LOVE
Continued From Page 1C
car, so quick removal is the
best defense against damage.
There are many products
sold at auto supply, stores for
preventing lovebugs from stick-
ing and helping to remove
them, and car wash companies
do a booming business during
lovebug season. Some drivers
suggest that a light film of baby
oil over the front of the car will,
make their removal easier.
Robbi Joiner, of Miken's Auto
Detail in Lake City, says wax is
the answer. If you keep your car
waxed, then the acid has less of
a chance to darnage the paint.


GOODE
Continued From Page 1C

plants that are ready to harvest
quickly such as radishes, let-
tuce, and cherry or grape
tomatoes so the child's
patience doesn't wear out
before the harvest.
Encourage your child to
have a row in the family garden
or to plant one or more con-
tainer gardens.. The. time
together will be well worth it.
Program Announcement
Any child or teenager who
would like to participate in a fall
gardening project this year is
:invited to an orientation meet-


Miken's sells a bug shield prod-
uct that prevents the bugs from
sticking, but that didn't help
one of its customers who hit a
bug this week at such high
speed that the bug. actually
imbedded itself, in her wind-
shield. So slow down and you
will hit less bugs and reduce
your, chance of a lovebug
window ornament.
There is little to be done to
control the lovebug. With the
development of highways and
improved pastures, it seems
that the lovebug is increasing in
number rather than declining.
Foraging, birds like the robin
and quail love the bug and
armadillos also have taken a lik-
ing to the larvae. Scientists are


ing on Oct. 18. Two sessions
are available to choose from on
that day. There will be a day-
time I session from
1-2 p.m. in the life center at
Hopeful Baptist Church. An
evening session is also avail-
able from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the
Extension Service office on the
Lake City fairgrounds.
At the orientation meeting,
we will discuss basic gardening
techniques and give an
overview of the project guide
book. This project is designed
for 4-H-clubbers, but could also
be tailored to a science fair or
Scouting project
(membership in these organi-
zations is not required to par-


hopeful that this will reduce
their numbers in our area.
But Phil Koehler. Ph.D., Staff
endowed Professor,
Department of Entomology, to
the University of Florida might
have the best answer yet. When
asked about natural predators
of the hlovebug he said. "Yeah,
as a matter of fact. one impor-
tant natural enemy is a ear. I
always like to tell people, the
best way to kill
lovebugs is with a car."
So blame Mother Nature,
and not those hard-working sci-
entists at University of Florida,
for yet another trial that we
Floridians must endure for the
pleasure of living here in
paradise.


ticipate). Master Gardener vol-
unteers will help coach the
gardeners.
Call the Extension Service at
752-5384 if you are interested
in this gardening project and to
reserve your seat at one of the
orientation meetings.
Dr Don Goode is the
Director and Horticulture
Agent of the Columbia County
Extension Service B a branch of
the University of Florida. He
can be reached at the' office (on
the Fairgrounds), on the phone
(752-5384), by e-mail
(dzgoode@ifas. ufl.edu) or
through- the Internet
(http://columbia. ifas. ufl. edu).


HATE
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Tower came to symbolize the
:enemy of modern architecture
:to a fledgling preservation
:movement scrambling to save
:historic homes from neglect
:and demolition.
"Of the most offensive build-
ings in Savannah, certainly No.
1 is Drayton Tower," longtime
:Savannah resident Lib
;Richardson says. "It was the
:first real aggressive thing that
:came out against the architec-
,tural significance of this city."
Designed .by local architect
William P. Bergen, Drayton
Tower sought to attract upscale
renters with modern amenities
during a time when many
Savannah homes still lacked
indoor plumbing.'
It was. the first apartment
building in Georgia with cen-
tral air conditioning.
Bathrooms had separate taps
for "running ice water" from
pipes cooled by the air condi-
tioner. The building had a self-
service elevator and its green
windows were crafted, not too
successfully, to .absorb heat
from the blazing Southern sun.
Drayton Tower's stark exte-
rior ribbons of windows
sandwiched between concrete
slabs fronted with limestone
- still stands out like a space-
ship among downtown
Savannah's 1,300 restored
homes and buildings that
make ,up the nation's largest
National Historic Landmark
district.
The adjacent block along
Liberty Street, lined with mag-
nolias and live oaks, gives way
to brick .row houses with
wrought-iron balconies built
from the 1850s to 1880s. The
Gothic spires of the 1873
Cathedral of St. John the
Baptist rise a block to the
southeast from Drayton
Tower's front door.
The building's culture-clash
design alone makes it worth
saving, says. Dirk Hardison,


architectural consultant for the
Historic Savannah Foundation.
"In a way, it's put there so you
appreciate the older buildings
by realizing what could have
replaced them," he says. 'That
shock value still exists. It was
supposed to be alien."
Now it more closely resem-
bles a college- dormitory with
gaudy wallpaper in the lobby,
checkerboard tile floors and
carpet lining the elevator walls.
Narrow, gray hallways lead to,
188 cramped apartments, occu-
pied mostly by.college students
and elderly tenants drawn by
cheap rent who will have, to
leave once developers move in.
Brown and a group of
investors bought Drayton
Tower for $8.35 million' in
June, envisioning the 360-
degree view offered ,by the
building's., wraparound win-
dows as ideal for 88 more-spa-
cious condominiums.
They've opted to sell the
second through 11th floors to
individual developers at prices
ranging from $1.3 million to $2
million. The investment seems
to be paying off six floors
have already sold.
"People in Savannah have
never had an opportunity to
see it sparkling as when it first
opened," says Dicky Mopper,
the real estate broker han-
dling the sales. "I think that's
what people don't like, the dirt
and the smut."
Brown expects it will take
three years to take Drayton
Tower back to, its 1950s
appearance. He plans to
replace 900 of the building's
4,000 windows with glass
made by a'Hungarian compa-
ny that managed to match the
original green shade. Just
cleaning the stains off the
exterior limestone, which has
been collecting grime for 40
years, could take four months.
Meanwhile, he is peeling
back additions to the interior
- wallpaper, drop ceilings and'
floor tiles before returning
the lobby to its original art


moderne flair of mahogany
walls, terrazzo floors and
neon-lit ceiling.
In the end, he hopes to score
a victory for historic. mod-
ernism a building that more
than just architects can love.


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First Federal Savings of Florida is adding a new addition to its current location. The building will house First Federal Financial
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Local bank will move
financial services to
Highway 90 location.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com

First Federal Savings of
Florida is currently expanding
its main location on U.S. 90
West in Lake City to house its
financial services office cur-
rently located on Main Street.
"We're excited about the
potential growth, and we feel
that we would be more effi-
cient if all of our businesses
are located on the same site,"
said Keith Leibfried, President
and CEO of First Federal
Savings of Florida.


According to Leibfried, the
plan was .made to start
construction on the new addi-
tion to the main bank, at
4705 W. U.S. Highway 90, at
the beginning of the year.
"In January, we decided that
we wanted to bring all of our
services onto our main site,"
Leibfried said. "We are cur-
rently anticipating completion
of the project in February
2006."
The new building is 11,000-
square feet and will be two
stories tall
Leibfried said the plan is for
First Federal Financial
Services, located at 798 SW
Main Boulevard, to move from
its current location to the new
expansion's first floor.


"We would like to have the
First Federal village, with all of
our services located in one
location," Leibfried said.
The mortgage processes
and support department,
which are currently located in
the main building, will be
moved to the second floor of
the new building, according to
Leibfried.
"This will allow us to open
more retail space for
customers," Leibfried said.
Although construction will
be complete in February,
Leibfried said the expansion
may not be completely fin-
ished until some time after
that.
'"The expansion will proba-
bly not be fully occupied until


after next year's tax season
ends in April," Leibfried said.
Once finished, and with-
everything moved, Leibfried
said that this will open more
space for new customer serv-
ice representatives current
building.
'This will leave the cus-
tomer services representa-
tives, along with the opera-
tional and administrative staff,
located in the current
building," Leibfried said.
Leibfried said First Federal
Savings of Florida is growing,
and he wants to do everything
possible to help customers.
"Our bank is growing sub-
stantially," Leibfried said. "Our
goal is to provide more
banking services for people."


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Restaurant to sponsor
Dine for America Day
for storm victims.
From Staff Reports
Sonny's Bar-B-Q, the
largest barbecue chain in
the U.S., announced its par-
ticipation in Dine for
,America Day, a nationwide
fundraising event to sup-
port the American Red
Cross Relief Fund and help
those affected by Hurricane
Katrina.
Restaurants across the
country are banding togeth-
er to participate in the
event, slated for
Wednesday.
Each participating
Sonny's franchisee will be
donating proceeds from the
day's sales and Sonny's
Franchise Company will
contribute up to an addi-
tional $50,000 in matching
donations.
"It's important for us to
band together and help,"
said Bob Yarmuth, CEO of
Sonny's Franchise
Company.
"Our industry needs to
step up and be heard. This
National Restaurant
Association initiative does
just that."
Yarmuth said the Sonny's
locations in the affected
areas suffered minimal
damage.
Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q
was founded in 1968 in
Gainesville, by, Floyd
"Sonny" Tillman.
Sonny's has more than
150 restaurants in nine
states and employs more
than 6,400 people. Sales in
2004 topped $270 million.


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Beautiful Country Home on 10 Acres. Paved
drive. 5BR/3.5 baths. Large rooms. Country
kitchen, Screened back porch. Deck. Detached
3 car garage. Pond with dock. Fencing.
$649,900. MLS#47993. Ask for Elaine K. Tolar
386-755-6488.


Cute, Cute, Cute Cottage on Bell Lake, near
Lake City. Porch, fireplace, hardwood
floors,loft, refurbished storage building, all on 2
acres. Great view of lake. Great weekend
retreat! $175,000. MLS#47874. For more info,
ask for Don or Sherry Ratliff, 386-365-8414.








Cute as a Bugl Neat & clean, 2/1, wit LR,
kitchen, freshly painted. Has storage/workshop
in back. Blink & it'll be gone. $39,900.
MLS#46149. Contact Nell or Hansel Holton,
386-984-5046.


Little off the beaten path 5 acres in
O'Brien area of Suwannee County. 1999 DW
Jacobsen, 2/2, spacious great room/dining/
kitchen. Multi-purpose room for guest, 3" B R,
ofc/small den, sewing room, etc. Garage
workshop bldg, screened back porch.
$115,700. MLS$#45959 Call Hansel or Nell
Holton 386-984-5046


An all brick house on 2 acres, on a paved
road & convenient to Jennings, Jasper, White
Sprgs, Lake City & Valdosta. This home
features a 3 bedroom, 2 bath split plan with
ceramic tile in kitchen, LR, DR, & baths. The
kitchen has all stainless appliances. Vaulted
ceilings in LR and cozy fireplace. $145,000.
MLS#47272. Call Mary Brown Whitehurst
386-965-0887.


Exceptionally Well Maintained 2003 M/H on
1 acre. New H/AC unit & new appliances. Very
nice, corner lot. $110,000. MLS#47496. For
more info, call Don or Sherry Ratliff at
386-365-8414.






Commercial Property Downtown location
- currently leased. Property & equipment only
for sale No inventory. Currently leased.
$400,000. MLS#47074. Call Hansel or Nell
Holton for info 386-752-4211.


May-Fair Subdivision. Excellent location,
great floor plan. 3/2, large rooms, nice master
suite, oversized garage. Well maintained home,
won't last long. $184,900. MLS#44604. Ask for
Lori Giebeig Simpson 752-2874.


Now this is country living! 3/2 on 5 acres.
Large screened back porch w/private view of
lush woods and fountain. Mstr BR & 2nd BR
have walk-in closets & built-in desks. A new
roof in 2003, a new "Trane" heat pump Sept.
2005. Pecan & pear trees. 2 hot water heaters,
2 wells, &2 septic tanks. $289,900.
MLS#47878. Call Kimberly Wynne @
386-965-5630.


NEAR SUWANNEE RIVER! Great get-away.
Cute cottage on 2 acre wooded lot. $79,900.
MLS#47493. For more info, call Don or Sherry
Ratliff, 386-365-8414.


Foreclosed small home on comer lot -
Melrose Park area. 2B/1B in need of repairs/
upgrades & TLC. $28,900. MLS#46773. Nell &
Hansel Holton 386-752-2235.


Investors! 40-56 acre tracts on CR 158 near the new Jai-Alai stadium in Hamilton County. $239,800 $448,088. Call Patti
Taylor 386-623-6896.
Six+ acres of country living. Site cleared with well, septic, power and satellite dish, ready for your house or mobile home.
This high and dry land, even has a driveway cut. Hardwood trees and wildlife abound. $79,900. MLS#47408. Call Debbie Stewart
386-365-5725.
7.50 Acres in Suwannee County! Nice level, high and dry, paved road frontage land. Build your new home, plant trees where
you want them. Good place for horses, too! $120,000. MLS#47664. Contact Nell or Hansel Holton, Realtors, 386-752-2235.
Great Building Lot! 1/2 Acre, corner lot, excellent location, paved roads. Won't last long! Only $55,900. MLS#47699. Ask for
Lori Giebeig Simpson 752-2874.


QUIET & PEACEFUL country home on 11 acres UNIQUE FIND! 3BR/2BA on 4 oak-filled acres;
w/plenty of room to relax and enjoy this 3BR/2 picturesque home w/large kitchen, spacious
1/2BA mobilehome close to town, endless possi- family rm, Ig bedrooms w/huge walk-in closets!
abilities abound for $179,500 ANNE HURST Claw-foot tub & stained glass window in bath;
623-2531 #47125 2,000 SqFt wkshop w/possible living qtrs; so many
amenities! AVERY CRAPPS 984-5354 #46669


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LOVELY MOBILEHOME in Live Oak! 4BR/2BA with BEAUTY! Stucco & stone 3BR/2BA home w/lots of
new carpet ready to move into w/possible upgraded amenities! Whirlpool tub, tile shower,
owner financing available! $79,900 ANNE HURST security & sprinkler systems, attic stairs, solid-
623-2531 #46740 surface counter tops; upgraded appliances
$229,900 LINDA CHAMBERS H/752-9393 #47000


COUNTRY LIVING! Beautiful 3BR/2BA brick
home on 1+ acre; amenities include-FP, screen
porch, garage, carport, pecan & fig trees ONLY
$192,000 LINDA CHAMBERS H/752-9393
#47762


THREE RIVERS! NEW 3BR/2BA mobilehome
near State Park ready for buyer to move into!
Located on almost an acre w/easy access to
Gainesville, Branford, Ft. White $98,000 ANNE
HURST 623-2531 #46703


GOLF COURSE LIVING in this 2BR/2BA home
w/FP, screen room w/vinyl windows, garage &
carport ONLY $148,000 LINDA CHAMBERS
H/752-9393 #47761


UKRAM CAN UUME TRUE on this gorgeous
6.84-acre lot in Hunter's Ridge! Scenic wooded
lot offers perfection when choosing your spot to
build your new home! AVERY CRAPPS 984-5354
#47889





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Weekly Stock Exchange Highlights

A NYSE A Amex Nasdaq
7,632.98 +114.08 5 1,736.89 +13.43 2,151.69 +34.85


Gainers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Todco 41.71 +8.05 +23.9
MitsuTkyo 13.03 +2.00 +18.1
NBTY 23.50 +3.47 +17.3
NL Inds 18.79 +2.77 +17.3
Perdigao 69.75+10.25 +17.2
AluChina 62.77 +9.04 +16.8
SwnEngys 73.40 +10.47 +16.6
WmsPtrs n 32.51 +4.48 +16.0'
AirTran 12.66 +1.71 +15.6
CenEurRus 49.10 +6.62 +15.6

Losers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Amerigrps 19.12-14.88 -43.8
Hartmx 6.55 -1.84 -21.9
Delphi 2.76 -.70 -20.2
PXREGrp 13.46 -2.49 -15.6
SCPIE 14.30 -2.28 -13.8
Afford pfA 20.85 -2.95 -12.4
Transmont 7.99 -1.08 -11.9
Centene s 25.03 -3.29 -11.6
Millerlnds 19.64. -2.46 -11.1
TextrpfA 294.00-35.48 -10.8

Most Active (s$1 or more)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
Lucent 2429820 3.25 ',
Pfizer 1207716 24.97 i10
Delphi 1034755 2.76 -.70
GenElec 1012613 33.67 +.27
TimeWarn 931205 18.11 +.13
Coming 908246 19.33 +.26
NortelNet 872104 3.26 +.12
ExxonMbl 852943 63.54 -29
EMC Cp 812528 12.94 ,. '9
WalMart 785063 43.82 6 *

Diary
Advanced 2,276.
Declined 1,211
tie H.,Ir.: 343
E- i L:u':. 242
T l, ; : u e .3 17
LA., in -:lr 7.!')
Volume i0 .43 : -'. '


Gainers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
VendingD 2,25 +:75 +50.0
RoweCos 3.50 +1.11 +46.4
ArenaR wt 18.63 +5.88 +46.1
Abraxas 7.93 +2.23 +39.1
SeabGldg 5.99 +1.49 +331
TrnsmrEn 4.15 +.96 +30.1
EnNth g 3.20 +.69 +27.5
Banro gn 7.45 +1.55 +26.3
FeldPnt n 6.10 +1.18 +24.0
NatGsSvcs 35.23 +6.82- +24.0

Losers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
HyperSp n 5.38 -1.37 -20.3
CoffeeH n 7.70 -1.88 -19.6
iMergent 5.57 -1.22 -18.0
Cu.i-re:., r, 7.45 -1.35 -15.3
irprl:,t,: 5.64 -1.00 -15.1
LawEnf n 2.05 -.36 -14.9
WlssXcesn 9.60 -1.68 -14.9
Aerosonic 6.00 -.92 -13.3
HanaBio n 4.25 -.62 -12.7
CenucoIf 2.33 -.33 -12.4

Most Active ($1 or more]
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SPDR 3008478123.04 +1.60
iShJapan 1275827 12.19 +.47
iShRs2000 s122133166.39 +1.21
SemiHTr 884056 36.94 +.74
SP Engy 598122 53.67 +1.11
DJIA Diam 333151105.75+1.65
SP Fncl 309207 29.52 +.17
O.dSI'H.. 73T 2"i83 (112 0i:'.4 03
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Diary
Advanced 682
Declined 411
New Highs 101
New Lows 76
Th,.i i i:i.uj.- 1,149

V'.luiurrie .4:217 46


Gainers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
CritclTher 9.42 +3.22 +51.9
MemryPh 2.71 +.89 +48.9
GMXwtA 14.12 +4.33 +44.2
CellThera 2.86 +.87 +43.7
Isramc 14.27 +4.31 +43.3
Oncolytg 3.85 +1.13 +41.5
NGAS Rs 13.90 +3.87 +38.6
Zoltek 13.15 +3.36 .+34.3
PartyCty 16.92 +4.30 +34.1
Explor 7.20 +1.80 +33.3

Losers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
CyprsBio 5.41 -7.56 -58.3
EndWve 12.90-13.08 -50.3
Incyte 4.70 -2.55 -35.2
GreenfidOn 5.44 -2.63 -32.6
MSGI s 4.56 -1.86 -29.0
HollisEden' 6.39 -2.22 -25.8
MAIR 5.83 -1.92 -24.8
DuraAt pf 11.50 -3.78 -24.7
Escalon 6.09 -1,91 -'23 9
SkyePh 7.28 -2.13 -- .

Most Active ($1 or more)
Name, Vol(00) Last Chg
JDS Uniph4391233 2.2; ;-27
Nasd100Tr3955859 39.46 7
Microsoft 2954119 25.73 .46,
Cisco 2699431 17.E' I3
Intel 2692428 24.65 t.;,
Oracle. 2387706 12.40 -.05
SiriusS 1663087 6.54 -.16
SunMicro 1522116 3.93 +.06
AppleC s 133559 9 3 61i +.41
CienaCp 411259 -I64 +.39

Diary
Advanced 2,017
Declined 1,238
New Highs 269
New Lows 181
Total issues 3 332
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AT&T NY .95 19.80 +.21 +1.1 +3.9
Alltel NY 1.52 65.11 +.69 +1.1 +10.8
AppleCs Nasd 53.61 +.41 +0.8 +66.5
AutoZone NY 83.25 -4.81 -5.5 -8.8
BkofAm NY 2.00 42.10 -.13 -0.3 -10.4
BellSouth NY 1.16 26.30 +.35 +1.3 -5.4
BobEvn Nasd .48 22.71 -.74 -3.2 -13.1
CNBFnPA Nasd .56 14.18 -.79 -5.3 -7.1'
CSX NY .40 46.48 +1.93 +4.3 +16.0
ChmpE NY 14.78 +.36 +2.5 +25.0
Chevron NY 1.80 64.73 +1.46 +2.3 +23.3
CienaCp Nasd .. 2.64 +.39 +17.3 -21.0
Cisco Nasd 17.92 -.13 -0.7 -7.2
CocaCI NY 1.12 43.19. +.84 +2.0 +3.7
ColBgp NY .61 22.40 -1.12 -4.8 +5.5
Corning NY ... 19.33 +.26 +1.4 +64.2
Delhaize NY 1.13 59.15 +2.13 +3.7 -22.0
Delphi NY .12 2.76 -.70 -20.2 -69.4
DollarG NY .18 18.34 -.36 -1.9 -11.7
ExxonMbI NY 1.16 63.54 -.29 -0.5 +24.0
FPL Gp s NY 1.42 47.60 +2.37 +5.2 +27.4
FamDlr NY .38 19.87 +.09 +0.5 -36.4
FordM NY .40 9.86 +.07 +0.7 -32.7
GenElec NY .88 33.67 +.27 +0.8 -7.8
GaPacif NY .70 34.06 ;+.18', +0.5 -9.1
GdyFam Nasd .12 7.57 +.32 +4.4 -17.2
HCA Inc NY .60 47.92 +.32 +0.7 ,+19.9
HomeDp NY .40 38.14 -.39 -1.0 -10.8,


Wkly Wkly YTD
Name Ex Div Last Chg %Chg %Chg
iShJapan Amex .04 12.19 +.47 +4.0 +11.6
iShRs2000sAmex .84 66.39 +1.21 +1.9 +2.5
Intel Nasd .32 24.65 +.27 +1.1 +5.4
JDS Uniph Nasd ... 2.22 +.27 +13.8 -30.0
JeffPilot NY 1.67 51.17 +.96 +1.9 -1.5
LowesCosNY .24 64.40 -.99 -1.5 +11.8
Lucent NY ... 3.25 +.16 +5.2 -13.6
McDnlds NY .67 33.49 +.85 +2.6 +4.5
Microsoft Nasd .32 25.73 +.46 +1.8 -3.7
Nasd100TrNasd .41 39.46 +.71 +1.8 -1.1
NY Times NY .66 29.75 -.45 -1.5 -27.1
NobltyH Nasd .20 26.10 -3.92 -13.1 +11.2
NortelNet NY 3.26 +.12 +3.8 -6.1
OcciPet NY 1.24 85.43 -.50 -0.6 +46.4
Oracle Nasd ... 12.40 -.05 -0.4 -9.6
Penney NY .50 47.42 +.22 +0.5 +14.5
PepsiCo NY 1.04 56.71 +2.20 +4.0 +8.6
Pfizer NY .76 24.97 +.10 +0.4 -7.1
Potash NY .60 93.32 -5.18 -5.3 +12.4
Ryder NY .64 34.22 +.96 +2.9 -28.4
SearsHIdgsNasd ... 124.43 +3.43 +2.8 +25.8.
SemiHTr Amex .20 36.94 +.74 +2.0 +10.7
SiriusS Nasd ... 6.54, -.16 -2.4 -14.2
SouthhCo NY 1.49 35.76 +.02 +0.1 +6.7
SPDR Amex 2.39 123.04 +1.60. +,1.3 +1.8
SunMicro Nasd :... 3.93. +.06 +1.6 -27.1
TimeWarn NY .20 18.11 +.13 +0.7 -6.9
WalMart NY .60 43.82 +.62 +1.4 -17.0


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Money Rates
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Prime Rate 6.75, 6.75
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Fef.e li Funr ,1. Rail 4 i)00 3 7'
Tre.a uriel
3-m.-.r.rh, 4 J' 3 319
6-mnronIr 3 80 3 69
5-year 4.19 4.07
lin_-vear 4 33 J 25
3:0-y.ar 4 7 4 5-


Currencies
Last Pvs Day
Au.iralia I 3113 1 315i6
Brlair, i Tc.33 1 7 363
C an r a I 161 5. 1 1 1
Eur.:. 83:1 8303
Japan' 11360 11286P
M e -..:.:. 1 0. -1 O 1 0 7990


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53,890 105.87
53,436 63.53
52,708 10.65
48,634 136.11
47,439 i 18.61
41,232 53.76
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A growing business requires a growing team.


EdardI Jones brlIe'e [hat relationships arr k.v- t)o -uci:-,...

Wet feel that the lt wl ay avto de\rl-op s.AIrfing relationship.- i,
bN doing hu-.ine 'fa(e-lu-If'a -e. In order to nitmeet the need,.

of our growing businesi- I'mn pleased tip announce that
Robert Woodard will bhe joining rie to hell:, prol id.I- \o
%ith one-lo-oir. persoialized .-ri e and advice. Plea-e

Stop by or call for an appointment so we can be of service
to ou.


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Steve Jones
Robert Woodard
846 SW Bava Ave.
Lake Ci[\. FL 32025
(386 1752-3847

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BUSINESS

Physical therapists have ( I 'lhlkInt trirs to Ald It fln"

demanding, satisfying work _


By M.B. OWENS
Scripps Howard News Service
If you want to be in the
health care industry with literal
hands-on relationships with
your patients, there is one
occupation that offers that
Opportunity. It is called physi-
cal therapy. And the good news
for those entering the field is
there is plenty of demand for
their services.
A physical therapist works
with patients who have been
injured, disabled or who have a
disease impacting certain bodi-
ly functions. The therapist pro-
vides services to relieve pain,
restore mobility, improve bal-
ance, reduce disabilities and
restore function of the effected
area.
Patients will have all types of
conditions. Some may have
injuries to the neck from an
automobile accident or they
may be recovering from a
heart attack; others may be
recovering from surgery to a
knee or they may be trying to
overcome burns or a severe
case of arthritis. Just about any
disease or injury can use the
healing hands of these
well-trained professionals.
Part of the job requires
examining a patient's medical
records and determining the
degree of the problem. The


therapist may have to deter-
mine the range of motion, the
amount of strength, muscle
performance and endurance.
That often is followed by the
formation of the treatment
plan.
The work of a therapist can
at times be quite strenuous.
For example, they often have
to move equipment, lift
patients, manipulate arms or
knees, or kneel and stand for
long periods of time.
Besides working with a
patient in a health care setting,
therapist teach patients how to
continue therapy at home.
Physical therapists need to
have good'interpersonal skills.
In addition to working closely
with patients, they also regular-
ly interact with family mem-
bers, other therapists, physi-
cians, nurses and medical staff.
, Employers are typically clin-
ics, hospitals, physician's
offices, physical therapy
groups and special medical
facilities such as nursing
homes. They can be private,
nonprofit or government
organizations.
Unlike many in professional
health care positions, physical
therapists typically work a
40-hour week and do not have
to take calls a big benefit in
the health care industry.


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BRIEFS


Lake City's Holiday Inn &
Suites w'%on the 2005
Newcomer Award from
InterContinental Hotels
Group.

Holiday Inn
wins award
ATLANTA The Lake
City Holiday Inn & Suites has
received the 2005 Newcomer
Award from InterContinental
Hotels Group (IHG), the
world's largest and most glob-
al hotel company, as one of
the best properties that joined
the system within the last
year as either a new develop-
ment or conversion from
another hotel chain.
The hotel was honored at a
special ceremony during the
2005 IHG, Americas Investors
& Leadership Conference in
Las Vegas, Nevada, Sept. 21-
22. Ketna Patel & Michelle
Waters of the Lake City
Holiday Inn & Suites
accepted the award.
As one of 27 hotels selected
for the award, the Lake City
Holiday Inn & Suites had to
meet the highest standards of
quality and customer service.
'The Lake City Holiday Inn
& Suites" exceeded I
expectations and is one of the
best new hotels in the IHG
system," said Steve Porter,


HIRED
Continued From Page 1D
to get hired. And I'll tell you
another thing: If you get in the
habit of getting up and out
now, you'll get hired a whole
lot faster.
I know, you say it's all about
networking, but I don't know
anyone in my field, so how can
I network? That's an excuse,
not a question. Networking is
not about whom you know, it's
about whom others know.
So, all you have to do is learn
how to communicate, in gener-
ic terms, what you do, in about
two or three minutes, then get
someplace where others
congregate and network.
Don't know where to start?
Check support groups at your
church, synagogue, chamber
of commerce, public library or
even your state employment


, president of the Americas,
IHG.
More than 3,500 franchise
owners, operators and
company officials attended
the 2005 IHG Americas
Investors & Leadership
Conference.

Sparks founds
new company
Lake City real estate
veteran Charlie Sparks brings
his 27 years of real estate
, experience as the founder of
We -s_-r-I R.-alr, Group,
which will official up-pen for
business Monday.
"After 17 years of real
estate experience in the Lake
City area, I wanted to create
my own brokerage where I
can open the, door of
opportunity for others,"
Sparks said.
"All Westfield Realty Group
customers will be taken care
of with the highest level of
integrity, caring and
professionalism."
Sparks has been a top
producer at the Daniel Crapps
Agency for the past 17 years.
Before that, he was ranked
in the top 1 percent of real
estate agents in the country
with Remax Realty
Associates, and he was a top
producer with Century 21
early in his career.
Sparks has conducted more
than $200 million in sales and
orchestrated over 2,200
successful transactions
throughout his career. .
Additionally, he and busi-
ness partner Scott Stewart
have been in the commercial
real estate development and
leasing business in Lake City
for -more than 15 years.
Each agent in Westfield
Realty Group will receive
intensive customer service
training directly from Sparks.
-From staff reports


service. Check out local news-
papers, entertainment maga-
zines or go online to local sites
that list job-search support and
hobby groups.
We can't, and shouldn't,
ignore the wired, electronic
world. Just don't rely entirely
on it. It's bad enough that we
no longer know how to write
letters or do long division. I
even turned to the computer in
my cell phone the other day to
compute 60 percent off on a
$125 shirt.
Step out of the line that
everyone else is in. You make
something happen, but first,
take a shower and brush your
teeth.
Marvin Walberg is a job-
search consultant. He can be
contacted at P.O. Box 43056,
Birmingham, AL, 35243.
E-mail him at mwalberg@
bellsouth.net.


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Some people prefer to place their classified ads in
person, and some ad categories will require prepay-
ment Our office is located at 1,80 East Duval Street.
You can a1scr fax or email your ad copy to the
Reporter.-,

FAX: 386-752-9400 Please direct your copy to the
Classified Department.
EMAIL: classifieds@lakecityreporter.com



Mom

Ad is to Appear: Call by: Fax/Email by:
Tuesday Mon., 10:00 a.m. Mo n., 9:00 a.m.
Wednesday Mon., 10:00 a:m. Mon., 9:00 a.m.
Thursday Wed., 10:00 a.m. Wed., 9:00 a.m.
Friday Thurs., 10:00 a.m. Thurs., 9:00 a.m.
,.Saturday' Fri., 10:00 a.m. Fri., 9:00 a.m.
,Sunday Fri., 10:00 a.m. Fri., 9:00 a.m.
These deadlines are subject to change without notice.
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Advertising copy is subject to approval by the
Publisher who reserves the rigot to edit,' reject, or
.classify all advertisements under appropriate head-
ings. Copy should be checked forerrors by the
advertiseroh thefirst'day of publication. Creditfor
published errors will be allowed for the first insertion
for that portion of the advertisement which was incor-
I rect. Further, the Publisher shall not be liable for any
omission of advertisements ordered to be published,
nor for any general, sp6cial or consequential clam-
ages. Advertising language must comply with
Federal;' Stateor local laws regarding the prohibition
of discrimination in employment, housingand public
accommodations. Standard abbreviations are accept-
able; however, the first word of each ad may not be
abbreviated.:


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FREE CLEANUP.
Pick up of unwanted metals,
tin, scrap vehicles.
386-755-0133 We Recycle.


Home Solutions -
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'Call for a consultation.
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LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2005


Legal

IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 3rd JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY
Case #: 02-247-CA
Division#:
UNC:
UNION PLANTERS BANK, NATION-
AL ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff
-vs.-
JAIME LAVETTE YOUNGBLOOD
AND ROBIN YOUNGBLOOD, HER
HUSBAND
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to an Order of Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated September 20, 2005 en-
tered in Civil Case No. 02-247-CA of
the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Columbia County, Flori-
da, wherein UNION PLANTERS
BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff and JAIME LAVETTE
YOUNGBLOOD AND ROBIN
YOUNGBLOOD, HER HUSBAND are
defendantss, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, AT THE
WEST FRONT DOOR OF THE CO-
LUMBIA COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
LOCATED AT .145 HERNANDO
STREET, LAKE CITY, COLUMBIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT 11:00A.M.
on October 26, 2005 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 2, VILLA GRANADA SUBDIVI-
SION, A SUBDIVISION AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 10, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLUM-
BIA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO. NEEDS ANY AC-
COMMODATION IN ORDER TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEED-
ING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO
COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION
OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE
CONTACT COLUMBIA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE,' 73 NORTHEAST
HERNANDO STREET, LAKE CITY,
FL 32055 WITHIN 2 WORKING
DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-
955-8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IM-
PAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8770
DATED at LAKE CITY, Florida, this
20th day of September, 2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
,.,,anb'r.i' C.,.1r"', Florida
Ib,.. 1 M-diKHAI.Il
Deputy Clerk
03527976
October 2, 9, 2005

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Pursuant to Section 715.109, notice is
hereby given that the following property
will be offered for public sale and will
sell at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash:
A 1984 WESTWAYS MFG. House
Trailer, VIN Number
GAFL2AE03057460, and the contents
therein, if any, abandoned by previous
owner, Martha R. Taylor and Lien Hold-
er, Citifinancial.
on Thursday, October 6, 2005 at 10:00
a.m. at Lake Harper Mobile Home Park,
1329 NW Klondike Glen, Lot 33, Lake
City, Florida 32055.
EDWARDS & SELLS, P.A.
1800 Second Street, Suite 720
Sarasota, Florida 34236
Telepho:. ,r64 .'.'.. 0110
Attome' I..- Pl `nrIIIl
by: /s/ Alyssa M. Sells
Flor.id B.. N.:. :..5 4 .
her, F -.1- .- .
.Fl. .I,. b .il N ... 1.1.6 -4-'

03527773
SSeptember 25, 2005
October 2, 2005


020 Lost & Found

Bull Mastiff lost 9/24 near Hwy 247
& CR2'42 reward. 386-755-3349

LOST FEMALE
Black/Gold Tabby Cat, Spayed.
S Off Price Creek Rd, in Suzanne
S/D. Call 386-752-8995 Reward!


030 Personals

Down to earth, easy going woman.
in her prime. Looking for
companionship and/or friendship.
Looking for 50 70 yrs. Alot to gain
& nothing tolooie 386-961-8453


1 0 Jobi
1 Opportunities

01555503
EXPANDING SALES FORCE

Benefits, Insurance & 401K
Call Bobby @ 386-752-7751
E-Mail:
PrestigeHomes09@vahoo.com

01555557
Recovery Agent
Looking for Recovery Agents,
' .Benefits Available, Good Pay.
-Will help '. ii'i ,icer .irng
Call 800-533-3117

01555572
CERTIFIED WELDERS
For Alachua based .
STransport Company. ATSI
Call 800-523-7182

01555580
Superintendent
Min. 10'yrs. exp. Strong Interior
Finishes and Structural
background required.
Competitive salary & benefits.
Fax or email' resume to:


904-224-0022 or
cderossett(@dbkenvon.com.
Drug Free Work Place




ARROW

STRAIGHT TO THE POINT!
Benefits Money
Miles & Home Time
Regional & OTR Flatbed
$2000 Sign,-On Bonus
Entry Level Training
Lease/Purchase Available
Owner Operators Welcome
888-277-6937
www.arrowtrucking.com


100 Job
100 Opportunities

01555592

-W *

YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL WITH
DAVIS EXPRESS
STARKE, FL

< TOP PAY-UP TO .40
CPMW/5YRS
< BE HOME-RUN SOUTHEAST
< BENEFITS-HEALTH &
DISABILITY INS. AVAIL
< LIFE & DENTAL INS.
PROVIDED
< 401 K AVAILABLE
< SAFETY BONUS

CALL 1-800-874-4270 # 6
WWW.DAVIS-EXPRESS.COM

015556o00
LEGAL SECRETARY
Must have good secretarial,
communication & people skills.
Must have at least 2 years of legal
experience and good work record.
Proficient in computers, including
WordPerfect. Fax resume to
386-755-0503

01555615
Administrative Assistant III
State position available with the
Courts of the Third Judicial
Circuit to provide assistance in
Human Resources for employees
throughout the circuit. Focus of'
this position is staying abreast of
employee benefits, personnel
policies/procedures to ensure
compliance, update personnel
changes and relating this'
information to employees.
College degree required with a
major in
Human Resources
Management
Business Administration plus
three years of exp. in positions
directly related to personnel
issues. Must be creative, self
starter & have'kiowledge of
-database software applications.
Annual Salary: $35,407.20.
Resumes must be received in,
Court Administration before
10/10/05. Submit resume w/State
of Florida application to:
Human Resources
P.O. Box 1569
Lake City, FL 32056
ADA Compliant/EOE

01555696




Program Billing Specialist
RESPONSIBLE for the BILLING
& COLLECTION of FEES
RELATED to AGENCY
SERVICES

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE
with MINIMUM 3 YEARS
ACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE ,
or EDUCATIONAL
EQUIVALENT

$10.70 PER HOUR
.EXCELLENT BENEFITS
SEND/FAX RESUME TO:
Ed Leon
Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranch
PO Box 2000. '
Boys Ranch, FL 32054
Fax: 386-842-2429
EOEIDFWP


10 {\ Job
100W Opportunities

01555649


ANCE CITY
Et MBRIIITY li ttEE6

Staff Assistant II
Secretarial work of a varied
nature in the Criminal Justice
* Training Center at Olustee. High
school diploma or equivalent plus
three years secretarial or clerical
experience. Proficient in Word
and Excel. Familiarity with
College procedures or
DOC/FDLE procedures desired.
Salary: $20, 583.00
annually plus benefits
Account Clerk I.
Clerical accounting work
involving a limited range of
duties to support the College's
system of financial resources
involving but not limited to
accounts payable, property
records maintenance, subsidiary,
ledger maintenance and data
entry. High School graduate plus
two years of business office
experience. Must be computer
literate and experienced in word
processing and data entry.
Salary $18;669.00
annually plus benefits.

Deadline for applications:
October 14, 2005
College application required.
Position details and applications
available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu .

Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg(@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association of Co 'leg -
and Schools
VP/ADA 'EA U'O College in
Education & Employment

01555671
Survey Instrument Person
or Rodman Gainesville Office
Lochrane Engineering Will train.
Excellent Benefits Fax resume:
352-371-2425, e-mail:
sguthrie(5lochrane.com
call 352-338-1846 or visit
www.lochrane.com.

01555674
City of Lake City
is accepting applications for the
following positions in the
Building Inspector 0405(99)
For a complete list of minimum
qualifications and to fill out an
application, please visit us at:
City Hall, 205 N. Marion Avenue,
Ljake Cai. Florid. 32' .55.
Deadline for this position is:
FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 2005.
The City of Lake City is an
an EEO/AA/ADA/VP employer

01555684



Want steady work w/stable
Company. Good equipment
w/ good wages & a full benefits
Pkg. Home daily, off weekends.,
CDL-A req'd. F/T & P/T. Call
Columbia Grain 386-755-7700


PRITCHETT


TRUCKING


Needs Experienced class A drivers in' your area Chip and log positions
available. Be home at night. Apply at 263 Comfort Road in Palatka or call!
1-800-808-3052
I '


10io0 Job
Opportunities

01555675
City of Lake City
is accepting applications for the
following positions in the
Maintenance Worker 0405(97)
For a complete list of minimum
qualifications and to fill out an
application, please visit us at:
City Hall, 205 N. Marion Avenue,
Lake City, Florida 32055.
Deadline for this position.is:
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2005.
The City of Lake City is an
an EEO/AA/ADA/VP employer

01555682
HAMPTON INN
Lake City's Finest hotel is
looking for the following
individuals:
Host/Hostess Part Time
2 3 days/week
5:30am 11:30am
Applicant must be mature and
seeking long-term employment.
Ready to offer exceptional
service, hostess experience
preferred, excellent working
environment, competitive pay.
Must work well with others and
be flexible to work any days.
Only serious applicants who have
long term employment .
history (more than one year)'
appi.. Goo,.l p., ih .,ume
bcr.tici. -\ppl.. pci .'n AIt
Hampton Inn located on Florida
Gateway Blvd. at US 90 and 1-75,
exit 427, behind Econo Lodge.

03527860
Restaurant/Food Services
Holiday Retirement Corp.,
North America's largest operator
of retirement facilities has
immediate opportunities available
in Flo'.rri. f,:r a:
FACILITY CHEF
The qualified candidate we seek
should have strong culinary art
skills and experience in volume
cooking. Background should also
include ordering, budgeting, and
experience supervising
employees. .
If you are a team player looking
for great benefits and competitive
wages, please forward your
resume to: Attn: Regi6nal'
Director, 30122 Green Bay Drive,
Tavares, FL 32778.
*Fax: 352-377-2424.
EOE M/F/D/V

03527893
DISPATCH SUPERVISOR
Immediate opening located in
Worthington Springs. Experience
preferred but not necessary.
Competitive Salary.' Hours are
S6:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Monday Thru Friday. We offer
401K, Group Insurance, Paid
Holidays, Sick and Vacation
Da', F.a Re'unmIc ,iu MID-FL A'
HA' ULINC .t 3. .--J-. _' 00-r I
S" ,', i (- il] a l--o "-
after 10:00 A.M.

Driver
Secure Future
(GUIJARIIANTEE
Covenant Transport






*Refrigerated Division Opportunities
Teams and Solos Call 866-826-7061
*Team Expedite
Coast to Coast Call 866-391-0141
*Bonuses Available

S888-MORE-PAY
S 888-667-3729
No CDL? No Problem I
866-280-5309


100 J0ob
100 Opportunities


03527801



Get More From Life!!
Get More From Your Job!!!
T -Mobile is hiring in Lake City!
We have
Part-Time available.
401K, Medical, and Dental and
MORE!
You may apply on line at
t-moble.com/jobs

or email
iennifer.mullens@ t-mobile.comn
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
T-Mobile USA is an
Equal Opportunity Employer


03527825
DIETARY TECHNICIAN
NEEDED
Must have DEGREE in Nutrition
Therapy or related field
and 1 yr exp. Or more.
FT/Benefits/Vacation.
Contact Bette Forshaw'NHA at
386-362-7860 or apply at
Suwannee Health Care
Center 1620 E Helvenston Street
Live Oak, Florida 32064
EOE/D/V/M/F


100 Job
100 Opportunities

03527990
MERIDIAN BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE, INC.
Psych Tech: FT/PRN G'ville &
Lake City
Senior Client Relations
Specialist: FT G'ville & Lake
City, Starke
Addictions Specialist: FT/PT
G'ville & PRN Lake City MIST
& Adult Programs
Excellent benefits.
For details visit
www.meridian-healthcate.org or
call (352) 374-5600 ext. 8277.
Send resumes to:
Meridian Behavioral Healthcare,
Inc., Human Resources,
4300 SW 13th St., Gainesville,
FL 32608, fax (352) 374-5608,
e-mail: jobs(@mbhci.org, ATTN:
refer to Sun Ad. EOE, DFWP

03527992



THE LAKE CITY REPORTER
Sis currently looking for an
independent newspaper carrier for
Columbia Cityto Old Wire
Rd/SR47 Deliver the Reporter in
the early morning hours
Tuesday Sunday. No delivery on
Monday's. Carrier must have
dependable transportation. Stop
by the Reporter today to fill out a
contractor's inquirers' form.
No phone calls please!


Sealed Bid Auction!
White Springs, FL
DG-3110
FCC KU Band ALSAT Teleport & Studio
Bids due Oct. 5, 3PM:
,all for details!
tranZon TRIGGERS
Wall Driggers, III, Lic. Real Estate Broker
F3 AL #AI 707U .&AR1237 10% Buyer's Premium


www.tranzon.com | 888.404.9977






CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Lake City Correctional Facility
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY, FOR:
RN LPN (2 Openings) Psych Specialist
Vocational Electrical Instructor (2 openings)
Vocational Instructor Computer Support
Certified Correction Officers (9 openings)
Academic Instiructor
VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.correctionscorp.com'
APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT:
'906 E. US Hwy 90 LAKE CITY. FL 32055
(386)755-3379 (386)752-7202 (FAX)
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Class A CDL Drivers Needed Now! OTR

120 New Trucks Arriving!

*Top Pay!! *Pet Policy
*Health/Dental/Vision/Pd. Holidays
*RX Card/Sick Days

*HOME TIME!! *CONSISTENT MILES!

*No Bull!!

50 Owner Operators Needed ASAP!
Run with 70% of Revenue
Call Cody Now! 800-831-7926 ;


www.pritchetttrucking.com |


PART-TIME RETAIL
MERCHANDISERS
Lake City, FL Gainesville, FL
'n i 18-24 Varied Hours Per Week
Monday thru Fridays: 8am to 5pm'
Based on project work availability
We've Branded Success
As one of the world's leading marketers of'consumer products, Procter & Gamble can offer these
exciting Part-Time opportunities with our Cosmetics Retail Services, Group. Our well-lknown
brands include Cover Girl, Max Factor, Pantene, Olay and Clairol.
You will: partner with retailers to attain merchandising objectives; optimize distribution levels;
enhance shelf presence; build displays and new item cut-ins; ensure accurate pricing; participate
in re-models and resets; report in-store results. Merchandising experience required. You MUST
have: valid driver's license; reliable transportation; proof of insurance.
$11.00 Per, Hour plus mileage reimbursement
You MUST be a U.S. citizen or national, permanent resident, refugee or asylee, or temporary resident
admitted under the legalization program of the 1986 Immigration Act. P&G does not offer practical
. -,;-. ... ; nor sponsor foreign citizens to obtain work visas or permanent residency (except
for certain highly specialized roles such as some R&D positions requiring Doctorate degrees).
TO APPLY, Fill out P&G's On-Line Application Form:
Go to www.pg.com Enter CBD00002128
Click on Careers for Lake City, FL
Click on View Jobs and Enter CBD00003535
Apply (left side of screen) for Gainesville, FL
Click on Show/Hide Search Controls Click Search
Scroll down to Enter Keyword Click on the job title that
or Job Number Box appears and then apply on-line
THIS POSITION DOES NOT LEAD TO FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT..
After reviewing your background, we will contact you only if we find a sufficient
match to justify further steps in the recruiting process.
Equal Opportunity Employer
COVERGIRI C LAIROL o0 OLAY
MAXFACTOR" PANTENE
.INTERNATIONAL U FRO-V.


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LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2005


1000Job
100 Opportunities

01555685
OPPORTUNITIES
Apply at
High Springs City Hall, 110 NW
1st Avenue, 8:30 am 4:30 pm,
Mon.- Fri. Applications accepted
until October 14, 2005.
Water/Wastewater
Plant Operator
Valid FDEP Operator's licenses)
preferred; will consider an
experienced trainee. HS diploma
or equivalent and valid
Florida Drivers License
required at time of employment.
Salary $10.26 $13.26 hr
Depending on Qualifications
State of Florida Retirement
System and generous benefits.
Service Worker JI
Public Works. General
maintenance. Involving streets,
sidewalks, signs, parks, buildings
and cemeteries. Operation of lawn
mowers, tractors, backhoe and
other maintenance and
construction equipment required.
High school graduation and 2 yrs
related experience. Valid FL DL
required, CDL preferred.
Salary: $8.95 $11.95 w/benefits
Depending on Qualifications
Service Worker HI
Water/Sewer. General
maintenance involving meter and
water line maintenance, meter
reading and other repair duties
involved with the water and
wastewater system. HS diploma
and 2 yrs exp. in a plumbing
related field. Valid FL DL
required, CDL preferred.
Salary: $8.95 $11.95 w, beneriits
Depending on Qualifications
Public Works Clerk.
Provides routine clerical duties
include: typing, preparing iepors,
filing & calendar maintenance.,
Answers routine public'inquiries
for information & provides
administrative support duties.
Salary: $9.95- $12.95 w/benefits
Depending on Qualifications
CITY OF HIGH SPRINGS
EMPLOYMENT
E.O.E.

01555694
MOVN-FR8
21 CDL Drivers Now
39-43cpm
Lease /$1.07pm
Sign on Bonus
800-635-8b669

01555706 '
Best Western Inn is looking for
Night Shift Clerk/Auditor, FT/PT.
Must be able to )-ork v.eekends
& HohiNda\s Apphi at
1-75 & US c)II W\\ location

03527942.
FOREMAN to lead utility field
crev. Outdoor ph\stical '*.ork.-
entr,-level, mnani position,. paid
training. $1-'hr plus bonuses after
promotion. company truck and
benefits. Muit hte good drit ing
record, strong leadership skills
and be able to travel in Florida
and SE State-.. Forinformation
and an application call
S 1-877-676-6731
www.osmose.com EOE M/F/D/V


100n Job .
100 Opportunities
01555774
Driver/Flatbed
NEW PAY INCREASE!!
Up to 39 /mi
ALL MILES
DEDICATED RUNS
Home Weekends
& 1-2 Nights/Wk
FL, GA, AL Dispatch
BCBS Family Insurance Plan
Starting at only $39.951wk!
Min. 23 yrs. old,
Must have Class (A) CDL &
1 yr OTR Flatbed exp.
SUNBELT TRANSPORT
Call Bonnie: 800 793-0953
Or Apply Online!
www.patriottrans.com

03527760
CHEF NEEDED. FT with
Insurance/Benefits. Good hours.
Must be experienced, Health
profession preferred but not
necessary for the right person.
Please apply at Suwannee Health
Care Center 1620 Helvenston St.,
Live Oak,.FL 32064 or
Bette Forsbaw at 386-362-7860

03527762
Cemetery Monument Sales
You Provide.Leads; We Help
You Sell! Email Required;
100,000+Design Options.
ValdostaMemorials.com
888-978-2883

03527802
MERIDIAN BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE, INC.
Director of Fiscal: FT G'ville
Program Dir. Short Term
Res. Facility (Jan): FT G'ville
Excellent benefits.
For details visit
S .-. niendiari-hea.lth.j ..ar.re or
call (352) 374-5600 ext. 8277..
Send resumes to:
Meridian Behavioral Healthcare,
Inc., Human Re-.ouicei.
4300 SW 131h St.. Gaiines ille.
FL 32608, fax (352) 374-5608,
e-mail: jih.ii-mbhci or,. ATTN.
refer to Sun \U. EOE. DF%\ P

03527854
SERVICE TECHNICIANS
Needed mniniedilic',. Co'npeuil e
.jage_, excellent benefits
including 4011K life insurance.
dental & uniforms. Apply in
person ajtd J-. foir Rick Bider at
\\jlis Lite Oak Ford,
Hwy 129 Live Oak
or Call 1-800-814-0609


03527876
Experienced Drywall Help
Needed, quality high end constr.,:
po-.ible bencti,- a.il ,
Call for appt. 386-935-6696

CARPENTERS
We need your work experience
of6 rths or more.
Skills needed include- experience in
Tri,'T'Fniih Caipentr building
v wooden Iirniture. Profcicn'\ *. ith
power tools, Drill, Screwgun,
Jigsaw, etc. Benefits include: paid
holid.,, -. paid actionsn, family
hiejiaih ir-surance, & 401K. Some
hand tools required. Please apply in
person at Hunter Marine on
H. ., 441 in .Alachu3, FL.


100 Job
100 Opportunities
03527951
Attn: Van & Flatbed Drivers
HOT NEW
OPPORTUNITIES AT:


Pemberton

Dedicated South and
Southeast runs!
For more information call
888-PEMBERTON
888-736-2378
6 months OTR Req.
w/Hazmat req.

03527993.

REPORTER

THE LAKE CITY REPORTER
is currently looking for an
independent newspaper carrier for
Fort White area, CR18 & CR27.
Deliver the Reporter in the early
morning hours Tuesday Sunday.
No delivery on Monday's. Carrier
must have dependable
transportation. Stop by the
Reporter today to fill out a,
contractor's inquirers form.
No phone calls please!
A/C SERVICE Tech and Duct
Mech. Full time with benefits.
Please call,386-454-4767

Accounting Manager
Experience in G,L, A;R, A,'P PiR
Salary Open. Fax resume to:
3S6-397-1130


BUSINESS BOOMING! Need
ethical and reliable person eager to
earn good income. Gary Hamilton
Homes 386-758-6755 M-F 9-54
Clerical & Industrial
Work Available.
Call WAL-STAF
3- 6 -55-l. l i o !
CLERICAL
Different Positions Available
All' Levels
Fax Rurnume i0 3S.-'55-791 or
Call 386-755-19ul for an appt.
Wal-Staf Personnel
CLERIC 5L[
Wal-Staf is now hiring for an
Accounts Payable Clerk
Must have strong Clerical skills
Backgrd & Drug Screens required
Fax resume to: 386-755-7911 or
Call for an appt 386-755-1991
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
needs a caipenter's helper
Only experienced please appl,,.
Call i38h 752-5152
Customer Ser ice Rep for fast
growing company. Must pass
basic skills test, Bilingual a must.
Send resume to: P.O. Box 3116
Lake City, FL 32056
Experienced Office Help. Needed
MUST be able to use Quick Books,
excel, payroll, & data enitr Great,
opportunityfor the right person.
Call Steve 386-441-4376


100 Opportunities
DELIVERY DRIVER with clean
Class A or B CDL needed and a
driver with a clean Class E. 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.
E.O.E. Pick up application at
Lake City Industries,
250 NW Railroad Street.
DRIVER
Are you getting top 10 pay?
Leading home time?
Van, Flatbed, or Curtainside?
Owner Operators/Students
welcome. Sign on bonus.
Class A req'd. Roehl,
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Driver Now Hiring. Drivers with
5th Wheel experience. Must have a
clean driving record. Orlando -
Tampa and Jacksonville routes, Will
include some local delivery.
Apply in Person only at 385 SW
SArlington Blvd. Lake City.
Dump Truck Drivers Wanted
Class A or B license
Contact V&J's at
386-497-1080
Experienced Tandem Dump Truck
Driver. Asphalt, Milling work.
Class B CDL & clean driving
record. PDOE. 386-590-0783'


10 Job
100 Opportunities



Ellianos Coffee Company is hiring
friendly and energetic people for the
morning shift. Must be available to
work 6:00am 2:00pm.at our
Village Square location Hwy 90.
Apply online at www.ellianos.com
or pick up an application at store.

FLAT BED DRIVERS
Atlantic Truck Lines
$4,000.00 Sign on Bonus
Class A, in state & home every
night. $600-$750/wk. Yearly $1,000
safety bonus. 3 yrs. exp. Paid
vacation, health/dental. Call
1-800-577-4723 Monday-Friday
HELP WANTED:
Licensed Hair Dresser & Nail Tech.
Down Town Lake City
Please call 386-752-7962, Lu Smith
HELP WANTED: Manufactured .
Home Sale Person, experience
preferred but not required. Ask for
Eugene or Richard. 386-754-6737
HELP WANTED: Mobile Home
Techs, must be experienced with
own truck & tools and willing to
, travel. Great Pay! 386-754-9000.
Housekeeper Needed
Must be able to work 3 days per/wk
(tMon-Wed-Fri'i doinr general
cleaning, cooking and ironing.
Other misc. cleaning tasks required.
Must be dependable. References
required Pleaje cal1 386-754-3901


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100 Opportunities

HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED
M-F, 9am 2pm. Excellent
organizational skills req. Duties also
include ironing 386-965-2553

INDUSTRIAL
New to Lake City?
Tired of looking for work on your
own? Various positions
available/All Shifts
Must be-able to lift up to 70Ibs
Drug Screens & Backgrd Check req
Call 386-755-1991
Insulator & Sheet Metal Workers
needed. Experience required.
$10.45 $15.00 per/hr.
Call 229-563-6155
01555775
Drivers CDL A
Got the Drive?
We've got the truck!
$3,000 Sign-On Bonus
(Company Drivers)
Pre-Pass Plus, No NYC or
Canada, Optional NE, &
NO loading/Unloading
Must be 22 w/1yr. OTR
If less than 1 year exp., ask about
our training program!
No Hazmat Required
1-800-848-0405
www.ptl-inc.com
Kennel Tech Position
Needed. Part-Time.
Hours will vary plus weekends.
Call 386-454-3647


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100 Opportunities
Live Oak Paint & Carpet Center
is looking for experienced flooring
installers. Top Pay. Must have all.
current legal paperwork.
Call Brad or John at 386-362-7066


Loan Processor/Closer
Experience required. Must have
good typing, computer and people
skills. Health insurance and
other benefits available.
Send reply to: Box 01055, C/O The
Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056
LOCAL GRASSING
COMPANY
is seeking Truck Drivers. Class A
CDL required. Pay rate based on
experience. Duties include hauling
equipment, sod, and square hay
bales. Mon.-Fri. w/some weekend
work required. Also seeking
General Laborers (valid Drivers
License desired). Females encour-
aged to
apply. We are an Equal Opportunity
Employer and a Drug Free
Work Place. Apply in person at the
comer of US 441 & Cason Rd.
Looking for someone with good
computer skills to work in a busy
Medical Billing Office.
Candidate must have a positive
attitude and be an ambitious, hard
working, dependable, fast learning,
team player. Medical billing
experience not required, will train.
Send reply to: Box 01057, C/O The
Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056
MACHINE SHOP HELP
NEEDED: APPLY IN PERSON
GRIZZLY MFG. Across from
airport; 174 NE Cotrez Terrace off
U:S. 90 East. Lake City, Drug Free.
MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT
Position, Full Time. Experienced
in Long Term Care Maintenance,
Heating & A/C experience
preferred. Apply at 560 SW
McFarlane Ave. Lake City, Florida.
See Sharon Tervola, Administrator
(386) 758-4777
MTR IS looking for Semi Trailer
Mech must have own tools. Nights
4pm 1 am. Mon -Thur.
12pm-9pm on Sun.
Call 386-462-4850
NEEDED!!!!
MECHANIC
Need expwith GM Motors
Automatic Transmissions
Certified a Plus!!
Please call for an interview
Wal-Staf Personnel
386-755-1991
Drug screens & Backgrd Check req
NOW HIRING MACHINE
OPERATORS. MUST HAVE CNC
MACHINE SHOP EXPERIENCE.
Apply in person Grizzly Mfg. 174'
NE Cortez Terrace, Lake City, FL
(Across from Airport
Now hiring P/T Desk Clerk
Must be flexible, friendly
& professional.
Apply in person at Jameson Inn
285 SW Commerce


100 Job
100 Opportunities

01555768
Check Out Our Cars!

We really mean it! At
Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the
largest car rental company in
North America, we not only want
to rent the most cars we also
want to rent .the cleanest,
best maintained cars.
That's where you come in.
If you can check out our cars and
make them shine,
we have a great job for you!
CAR PREP
Part-Time
You'll clean and prep rental cars.
We require a clean driving record
and valid Florida driver's license.
Candidate must also be 21 years
old or a full-time college student.
-A-A"A
Apply in person at:
437 N. Gwen Lake Blvd.
Lake City, FL 32056
EOE, M/F/D/V

Own a Computer? Put it to work!
Potential $1500 to $5000 PT/FT
Call,888-314-3890
www.vrtworldwide.com
P/Up Truck Drivers Immediate
openings STAR FLEET INC. One
of the Nations largest transporters of
recreational vehicles has immediate
openings for owners of 1 ton dual
wheel pick-ups experience &
transporting recreational vehicles,
boats, or cargo trailers is preferred,
but we will train those w/o exp.
These openings are avail, now.
Don't miss out on an opportunity to
join an industry leader!
Call Charlie Brackin. 386-755-5540


Paper Route Carriers needed.
Looking for reliable people who are
bondable, have dependable
transportation & a home phone.
Leave msg with Name, Address &
Phone, Please call before 11:00 am.
Lake City Branch.
The Florida Times Union
386-752-5121
PARTS CHECKER
Responsible person to check
inventory both shipping and
receiving. Loading and Unloading
is required: M-F. Must be detail
oriented. Apply in person only at
385 SW Arlington Blvd Lake City.,
Atlantic Trucking Company
Tractor Trailer Drivers
Lease purchase plan
2yrs Exp., $1.13 Id.mile
800-844-2674
www.atltrucking.com
Probation Counselor
Full-Time
Criminal Justice/Social Service
degree and/or equivalent in
experience. Familiarity w/legal
terminology helpful. Good'
communication skills, ability to
multi-task, meet deadlines, & work
Independently a must. Good pay &
excellent benefit package.
Send resume to: Box 01056, C/O
The Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box
1709, Lake City, FL, 32056


100 Job
100 Opportunities
PT/FT 35-40HRS per week Book-
keeper for busy Real Estate Office.
Send resumes to'jlawcowart@hot-
mail.com or fax to 386-754-6901.
Royal's Homes
is looking for an experienced finish
carpenter. Refrences required.
Call Eugene or Danny
for interview 386-754-6737
SALES POSITION:
Looking for a HARD worker
With GREAT
Customer Service Skills
Ready to Make Money
Call Lake City Wal-Staf
386-755-1991
For an Interview
Or
Fax Resume to 386-755-7911
Drug screen & Backgrd Check Req.
SCREEN INSTALLERS
Knowledge of building screen
rooms & aluminum roofs.
Experienced Only. Good pay & Ins.
Call Dan 386-754-5550
The Quality Inn Conference
Center has an immediate opening
for a restaurant/banquet server.
Full Benefit Package!
Apply in person 3559 US Highway
90 West; Lake City.
U.S. Security Associates
Now hiring FT/PT. 'D' Licensed
Security Officers.
Monthly Bonuses! Valid DL
required, must be able to work all
shifts. Call 866-458-9523
Wal-Staf Personnel
Looking for a hard worker with:
Real Estate Exp
Loan Experience
Any Legal Exp. a Plus!!!
Please.fax resume to: 386-755-7911
Or call for an interview:
386-755-1991
Walgreens.
Hiring Parmacy Technicians.
Computer Knowldge preferred
but will train. Apply in store.
Call 386-755-0711
WANTED:
ASSISTANT & INSTALLER
For local tile & marble company.
Must be-able to lift up to 70Ibs
Reliable Transportation a MUST!
Experience a plus
WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
386-755-1991
DRUG SCREENS &
BACKGROUND REQUIRED
WELDER.
Apply in person at QFab,
3631 U.S. 90 East, Across
from airport, Lake City, FL
MUST PASS DRUG TEST
Welders F/T Lots of work!
Exp. w/Mig & able to lift heavy
material. $700 wk + Bonuses.
$300 Sign-On Bonus!
Call 352-538-1577
WILEY'S INSURANCE INC.
Looking for a motivated and
dependable person. A licensed 4-40
CSR preferred but not required.
Must have computer skills. Benefits
available. Fax resume to:
386-752-2102 or mail to 483 South
Marion Ave., Lake City, FL 32025


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110 Employment
Part Time Merchandisers
We're Superfridge & we've got a
great P/T job to stock small freezers
in Lake City area grocery stores on
Mon & Thurs. Flexible hours,
competitive pay &
training provided.
1-800-733-2999, ext. 602.
www.superfridge.com
Sales Consultant Needed
Part-Time w/Flexible Hours of 15-
25 hrs/wk. Hourly wage+bonus:
Can earn up to $15 hr w/bonus.
Professional environment in small
office. You will call & track sales
leads using the phone & e-mail
systems. Good computer and
organizational skills required. Good
communication skills a must!.
Fax resume to: 386-752-5578

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120- Employment

01555472
Full-Time Fresenius
Medical Care
The World's leader in dialysis
services is seeking a
Registered Nurse
to staff our outpatient Kidney
Center in Live Oak. No dialysis
experience necessary, we provide
on the job training. We offer
new competitive salaries and an
excellent benefit package
including paid time off,
health/dental insurance and 401K.
Please apply at or send resume to:
Live Oak Kidney Center
10543 Suwannee Plaza Blvd.
Live Oak, FL 32060
386-364-6604
Attn: YoYo Vargason
Clinical Manager

01555622
Baya Pointe Nursing Center

Full Time LPN/RN
11:00pm-7:00am
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Apply in person:
Human Resources
587 SE Ermine Ave. Lake City

Medical Office Specialist
Surgical practice in Lake City is
-currently seeking a medical office
specialist. Responsible for all front
office functions, incl. scheduling,
registration, insurance verification,
& collections. Must have previous
experience in a medical office
environment, w/strong knowledge
of medical insurance helpful.
Fax resume to: 386-755-6796. EOE
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
3 p.m. 11 p.m. Full Time,
w/Insuance & Benefits.
Also needed Part Time Weekends
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Center
Live Oak, FL 32064
EOE/D/V/M/F I
Full Time Receptionist Needed
for busy medical office. Experience
a must. Mail resume to: Samantha
Brantley, 4355 NW American Lane,
Lake City, FL 32055


1 Medical
120 Employment

03527898
LEAD FAMILY
INTERVENTION SPECIALIST
for intensive family intervention
services. Master's degree from an
accredited university in a human
services related field, and at least
2 years post degree experience
providing counseling services to
children, adolescents, and their
families. Licensure with the state
of Florida pursuant to Chapters
490 and 491, Florida Statutes is
required. Experience in
Cognitive-Behavioral therapy,
Structural Family Therapy,
Strategic Family Therapy and
behaviorally-based treatments
preferred. Candidate must have
favorable criminal background
screening, drug and alcohol
screening, a valid driver's license
as confirmed by a Motor Vehicle
Report and a dependable vehicle
with current insurance coverage.
Please submit resume and cover
letter to jsneed@hrwhite.org
or fax to (850)385-8922.,
EEO/DFWP

RN to oversee medical care of
developmentally disabled
individuals in 3 six bed ICF's
located in Starke and Lake City.
Full time position with good wages
and benefits. EOE e-mail
wkellev@rescare.com
or fax 352-372-0139
Suwannee Medical Personnel
Home Care is needing LPN's
in Live Oak, Jasper and Lake City
area 7a-3p, 3p-llp and llp-7a.
Questions, please call
1-877-755-1544 ask for
Thersa or Melissa.


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Medical Billing Manager
Experience in Medical Insurance,
Coding, & Billing. Excellent
Salary & Benefits. Mail Resume to:
P.O. Box 3306, Lake City, FL
32025 or Fax 386-755-2169
Front Desk Several Positions avail
in local medical Clinic. Billing &
coding exp preferred, prof attitude a
plus. Fax resume to 386-758-9822
or send resume to: P.O. Box 2167,
Lake City, FL 32056
LPN NEEDED for case in Lake
City. Sun 16 hrs, Tues (Night) 8 hrs.
Also need RN's & LPN's on PRN
status. Call 386-364-5515 or Fax to:
386-364-5648 Cell 386-688-0436
Ask for Sherri.
Receptionist Medical Office
Fast Paced, Must be dependable,
accurate, computers, multi-task,
good with people. Send resumes to:
P.O. Box 489, Lake City, FL 32056



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*9,000 OBO *3,600
20,OO00K, V6, 29mpg, all Looking For New Rider, Girl
power, 15 mo. 16,000K Friendly, Now Paint, Sleek Look,
fat.w r rantyGreat Condition, Hard Tail,
fact. warranty Can Be Transformed
Call Call
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2001 Coachmen
Catelina
$11,500
5th Wheel Camper 24ft, absolutely
pristine cond. w/extras, dining rm
slide-out, stored under cover, used
very little, sleeps 4.
Call
386-752-0347


1990 Dodge Ram
Conversion Van
$1,650
6 Cyl., AC, PW, PL, Cruise,
AM/FM/CD
Call
719-4466
or 365-8940


2002 Buick
Rendevous CX
14,000 O.B.O.
Loaded, V6, all power, leather,
54K mi, non-smoking, reliable
Call
386-754-0287
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1998 Oldsmobile
Silhouette Minivan
*3,995
Excellent Condition
Call
386-752-6320 or
386-208-4162
ask for Barry






2002 Explorer
$15,500
Fully Loaded, 42K Miles,
Showroom Condition, V6,
Everything You Need In An
SUV & More!
Call Donna or Clover
758-2084


1997 Chevy Tahoe
$4,000 OBO
Good cond., runs great,
PS, PW, PDL. Good AC.
Will sacrifice.
Call
386-963-2516
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2000 Chevy
Silverado LS
$12,900,

Loaded
Call
386-466-0835


2000 GMC Sierra
*15,000
4 Door PU, excellent cond., 66K,
350cc, heavy duty, automatic,
set-up hitch for tow 5th wheel,
new tires, non-smokers.

Call
386-752-0347


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MERIDIAN BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE, INC.
Counselor IV/Senior Clinician:
FT/PRN Specialized Therapeutic
Foster Care G'ville; FT Outpa-
tient Adults, FT Family Crisis
Treatment G'ville, FT Addictions
G'ville and Lake City, FT Addic-
tions Prevention G'ville, OTP
G'ville, Outpatient FT Stark,
Trenton, Jasper, Live Oak
Counselor III: FT Lake City
Child Therapeutic, Achievement
Center
Acute Care Program Director:
FT G'ville
Child Welfare Case Mgr or
Trainee: FT G'ville, Lake City
Adult Case Manager: FT
G'ville, Bronson, and Lake City
Emergency Svcs Intake
Evaluator: FT G'ville, Lake City
Child Case Manager: FT
Lake City
Staff Psychiatrists CSU: FT
Gainesville
Staff Psychiatrists SRT
(Start Jan.): FT Gainesville
RN: FT & PRN, Lake City
Certified Behavior Analyst: FT
G'ville
LPN: PRN G'ville
ARNP: FT G'ville
Child Welfare Case Manager
Supervisor: FT G'ville
Child Welfare Unit Supervisor:
FT G'ville
Family Support Worker: FT
G'ville, Starke, Trenton, Lake
City
Excellent benefits..
For details visit
www.meridian-healthcare.org or
call (352) 374-5600 ext. 8277.
Send resumes to:
Meridian Behavioral Healthcare,
Inc., Human Resources,
4300 SW 13th St., Gainesville,
FL 32608, fax (352) 374-5608,
e-mail: jobs()mbhci.org, ATTN:
refer to Sun Ad. EOE, DFWP


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310 Pets & Supplies
3 KITTENS free to good home.
Great with kids! Call 386-963-1121
BOXER PUPPY.
AKC Fawn & Brindle.Avail 11/01.
Showing 10/01. $550.
386-755-3807
Chihuahua mix, Female, 1 1.5 yrs.
Precious. Call 386-752-2942
Free to good home, Male German
Shepherd Mix. 386-755-5232
Proper Bostonian Kennel, AKC
Reg. Boston Terriers, ready 11/20th,
3 males, 1 female, $350 each,
386-963-3660


361 Farm Equipment
WOODED 4 ft x 7 1/2ft
Utility Trailer. $275.
Call (904)710-7473 or
386-719-6713


401 Antiques
SOLID WOOD Antique wall
China Cabnet, 2 large and 3 small
drawers. 57W x 17D x 64H.
$450 OBO. Call 386-963-1121

402 Appliances
Kenmore Washer & Dryer
Exc. Condition. Practically new.
Will sacrifice for $350.00 OBO
Call 386-752-6832
PLASTIC-BACK, TERRY Cloth
Kitchen apron. $5.95. CK to
J. Maxfield 14629 SW 104th St
#119, Miami FL, 33186
Porcelain Top Stove, Dishwasher,
lrg over range microwave, &
Whirlpool. All three for $200
Call 386-758-1864
WASHING MACHINE
Kitchehaide. Good working cond.
$85.00. Call 386-755-1126
"'Please, no:calls after 9:00pm,


408 Furniture
COMPLETE MATCHING Bunk
bed Bedroom suite, beds do have
mattresses. Excellent condition.
$350. Call 386-963-1121

411 Machinery &
411 Tools
Continuous Gutter Machine
3 yrs old. Rarely Used. $6,000
Some Coil Stock included
Call 859-393-1108


412 Medical
Supplies
3-In-1 Bedside Commode, also
goes on toilet, has handles to get up
and down easily, excellent
condition, $43.00, Call 719-9189.
Bath & Shower Transfer Bench
Seat, for those who have difficulty
getting in and out of tub, excellent
condition, $43.00, Call 719-9189.

414 Needlecraft
414 & Sewing
JUKI INDUSTRIAL Commercial
grade sewing machine on table. In
great condition. $475 OBO.
Call 386-963-4894

420 Wanted to Buy
K&H TIMBER
Payment in advance for standing
pine timber. Large or small tracts.
Call 386-454-1484 or 961-1961.,

430 Garage Sales
Antiques, ceramics, hand tools,
household goods. 2nd right on Hwy
47 across from Bank of America.
Look for signs. Sat-Sun 8 12
MOVING SALE
365 SW Chris Terrace Hwy 47S to
CR242. Furniture, yard tools, TV's,
& much more! 9/30-10/8. 8am ?
Moving Sale
All remaining contents for 1 firm
price. $1,000. Call for viewing
386-984-0276

440 Miscellaneous
FORKLIFT FOR Sale Caterpillar
T40D propane with side shift.
$3,000. David at Morrells
386-752-3910
JACUZZI
Seats 2, w/heater. Indoor/outdoor.
Excellent Condition. $750.00
Call 904-759-9402

463T Building
4 Materials
GREAT DEALS at MORRELL'S
Pressure Treated TI-11 $19.00.
All Wood Beaded Paneling $16.00.
Bath Tile $10'.00.
Morrell's 386-752-3910

630 Mobile Homes
630 for Rent
!BR B R \-B D N I n[.. l -t
%a.1ne's R\ Resort. Pool & cahle
mn ulded. No Pets $550mo plus
$300 Sec. Call 386-752-5721
IN PARK Mobile Homes for Rent
2BR/2BA 1,st &'sec. required.
Applications & references required.
386-719-2423
LATE MODEL MOBILE HOMES
Starting $385 month, Beautiful
Pond setting, w/trees. CH/A, Cable
avail. No pets. Call 386-961-0017
NEW 16X80 3BR/2BA w/fenced
private lot. Refrige/icemaker, &
dishwaher, w/back deck. 12 miles
South off Branford Hwy. $700 mo,
Sec. dep. No pets. 386-935-3737
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63 Mobile Homes
6 for Rent
Nice Country Setting, 2 BR/2 BA,
S.W. area, 10 minutes to Walmart,
large oak trees, $450 month,
Available now, Call 961-9192
Nice Quiet Mobile Home Park
Newly Renovated, Under New
Management. Now Renting 2, 3 & 4
Bedrooms Starting at $400 mth.
1 yr lease & No Pets.
Call 386-752-6422
West of 1-75 Lrg.3/2 DWMH
Secluded but close to town, split
plan, CH/A. Available ASAP.
$850 mth, 1st, last & Sec/Dep.
Call 386-938-5637 or 772-532-9601
64O Mobile Homes
640 for Sale
ABSOLUTELY "THE BEST"
Mobile Homes and Modulars
Move over Palm & Jake, the new
#1 home is here. Guaranteed
Gary Hamilton Homes 758-6755
MOBILE HOME MOVER
State Certified. Insured & Bonded,
Free estimates
Call: 386-755-1783

650 Mobile Home
650& Land
!!-Owner Finance!!
1998 24X48 3/2 on small lot
1903 SW Judy Glen
Call 386-867-0048
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2001 3BR/2BA Redman DW
MH., with fireplace on 6.5
beautiful acres. Has separate
mother-in-law apartment, 12x16
shed and carport, and Grand
Daddy Oaks. 3 miles north of 1-10
off of Hwy 41. Must See. Only,
$139,000. Call 386-590-1976

10 Acres, 3BR/2BA DWMH,,
Whole Barn extensive landscaping,
Remax Prof
386-965-5411
14X80 3Br/2Ba
New Furnace, Stove, Refrig &
Dishwasher. New paint &
wallpaper. Vaccum System.
Roofover w/2" ridged foam insul.
20'X24' Storage bldg, 8'X14'
Greenhouse w/ outside watering
system all on 1/3 acre. $75K OBO
Call 386-754-2198
5 Wooded Acres
MH & Pond. Off of Hwy 247
Call Jane S. Usher, Lic. RE. Broker
386-755-3500
Fi e Points off Tanimm Lane
19'.1' 2SX0 Grand C)pi>ess 3, 2 MH
on 3.4, acres. Owner will finance.
Call 386-867-0048


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Well maintained...3/2 updated modular home on
5 acres. Completely remodeled & includes 20x30
shop, 24x48 pole barn and 10x30 kennel. Too
many extras to list, seeing is believing! $232,000
MLS#47888


650 Mobile Home
50U & Land
Free Mobile Home
Good for storage. Wheels on and
ready to.roll. You haul.
Call 386-755-5488

\710 Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent
$100 OFF FIRST
THREE MONTHS RENT
ON 2 AND 3 BR APTS*
WHEN PAID ON TIME
POOL, FITNESS CENTER
& MORE 386-758-8455
CALL TODAY
Newly Renovated, 1 & 2 Bedroom
Starting at $400mth.
Plus security. No Pets
Call Lea.386-752-9626
172 0 Furnished Apts.
72 For Rent
BEAUTIFUL EFFICIENCY
Room for rent. Nice neighborhood.
Inc. water & power. $650mo, $300
sec 386-754-6559 or 697-9343
Completely Furnished, clean,
private, near City & Timco. 1BR.
APT. Nice neighborhood. Quiet:&
peaceful. Call 386-755-3950
PALM VILLA Apt.
lbr/lba. $325 mo.
$100 deposit.'
386-752-6183. or 386-965-0877
T730 Unfurnished
730v Home For Rent


2BDRM/1BTH ON 3 Acres.
w/stove & refrig. Off of 441 S. Call
Jahe S. Usher, Lic. RE. Broker,
386-755-3500.


730 Unfurnished
7 Home For Rent
03527980
Countryside Estates
Brand New Homes for rent.
All appliances including
ice maker, 2 car garage w/auto
opener & lawn sprinkler.
Approx. 1/2 acre lots.
1200 sqft $850 mth
1500 sqft $995 mth
Call Mark Busher & Associates
904-317-4511 ext. 18

3BDRM TOWNHOUSE
Quail Heights Country Club
$750 mth, 1st, last & Damage Dep.
Call 386-752-8553
3BR/2BA BRICK HOME lyr
new. Garage in nice neighborhood.
1,850 sqft. $900mth. $900 Sec.
Call 386-961-9576 or 386-365-8906
3br/2ba. Country Home
totally renovated w/1 acre fenced.:
$925 mo plus last & security.
386-365-3865
Beautiful 3/2 Lake Isabella. Large
sunken den, hardwood floors, Ige
master BR, gated yard & stone F/P.
,$995 mth. 386-965-4413
Large 3/2 with fenced back yard.
Washer/Dryer, Refrigerator and
Stove. Carport & Lawn Maint. inc.
Close to the V.A. Hospital.
$775 mth. lst,last,sec required.
Call Richard Lic. Real Estate Agent
(386) 755-6653
MUST SEE! 1800 Sqft Brick
Home. CH/A, 3/2, Lrg Family Rrri
& LR. Dbl Carport, Irg comer lot
w/ lots of trees. $1,400 mth.
Call (206)356-9003
RECENTLY REMODELED!
2BR block home, 568 NE Congress
Ave. Section 8 welcome. $410 mo.
David (904)207-9550


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New Construction...3BR2BA brick veneer home
with 2 car garage on .73 acre. 1457 sf features
greatroom with boxed ceilings and French doors
leading to an 8x30 porch. Double walk-in closets
in the master. MLS#47961 $174,900


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Concrete block In Town...3/2 home with 1815 sf
in town and close to all amenities. Large rooms
with beautiful hardwood floors. $149,000
MLS#47876


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Motivated Seller...Bring all offers. 3BR/2BA,
DWMH on.5 acre. Outside the city limits but close
to all amenities. Pass through kitchen, fireplace,
skylights in both bathrooms. $85,000 MLS#46234


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Corner Lot...with beautiful trees. 2BR/2BA,
SWMH on 1 acre. Plenty of privacy in Hamilton
Co. MLS#46848 $59,900









Arbor Green @ Emerald Lakes...New home
presented .by Blake Construction. 3/2 with over
2,000 sf on .51 acre. Cathedral ceilings, formal
dining room and more! $279,900 MLS#46172


New in 2001...3BR/2BA, DWMH on 10.5 acres.
Formal LR; user friendly kitchen with large master
suite and bath. Backyard has privacy fence, front
yard fenced with gate. $159,900 MLS#47753


Quiet Location...3BR/2BA, DWMH on 1+ acre.
Lots of upgrades with aluminum siding, metal roof
and large family room addition.MLS#47582
$80,000


ADDITIONAL LISTINGS
10 Partially Wooded, partially cleared lot in a quiet neighborhood. MLS#47988 $100,000
Beautiful 1.12 acre residential lot in an upscale neighborhood. $66,000 MLS#47968
5.28 Wooded Acres in Hamilton County. MLS#47906 $75,000
36+ Acres on a paved road. Partially cleared with approx. 2 acres in pines. $545,500 MLS#47840


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730 Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent

THREE RIVERS Estate: 709 SW
Riverside Ave, 2BR/1BA, Large
wooded lot, Double car port. $600
mo, $500 dep. 386-49.7-4699

750 Business &
7 Office Rentals

HIGH TRAFFIC, Next to Winn
Dixie. Two Units each, 780 SQ
FT, at $800 Monthly, plus CAM.
New AC & carpet. 1-800-342-0135

Historic Henderson House
4 Suites Avail. (2nd Fir)Approx.
1500 total sqft. Lease all or part.
207 S. Marion Ave. 386-752-7951


805 Lots for Sale

4 Acre Lot in Oak Haven
Corner lot w/pond. Cleared.
Well inc. Great to build your dream
home on. $77K. 772-349-5150

Emerald Cove Subdivision
1/2 acre Lot #9
Lake City, Fl. $69,900.
Call 352-356-1715


810 Home for Sale

100% Owner Financing!
SOnly $55,900 Move in Today- -
2Bdrm. 568 NE Congress.
Call David 904-207-9550

3/2 Tri-Level, Stone & Cedar.
Home.'2 F/P, 3 decks,D/R, Lrg
Kitchen, 3 Car/Gar., acreage
w/creek. $224K. 386-288-8839
FOR SALE by Contractor:
3/2 all brick home with many
upgrades and city water on .1/2 acre
lot in upscale subdivision close to
town. Call Woodman Park Builders,
Inc. 386-755-2411 CB-C058182
Southern Oaks Country Club
3/2 split Brick Home. Excellent
Condition, many extras. $210K.
No Brokers. Call 386-719-4900
WE BUY HOUSES
FAST CASH! ANY CONDITION!
ANY SITUATION!
888-40-WEBUY

820 Farms &
820 Acreage

5 Beautiful Pastured Acres
Westwind Estates S/D.
Lake City, Florida. $135,000
Call 352-356-1715

5ACRES.
ONLY 4 TRACTS LEFT,
your choice. Beautiful rolling Grand
Daddy Oaks, RESTRICTED.Owner
may help to finance. Call Jane S.
Usher Lic. Real Estate Broker.
386-755-3500


820 Farms &
2f Acreage

82 Beautiful acres on a scenic paved
Rd. 30 acres in mature pines, 52
acres in rolling pasture. $12,500 per
acre. Bill 386-590-0883

FSBO: 7.4 Acre Wooded Lot.
W/well & septic. 6 miles N of Lake
City towards White Springs. $100K.
10% down & $930 mth.
Call 386-752-4597,
LAND SALE: I acre tracts with
well, septic & power pole.$28,000.
Also, 3BR/1BA house $69,900
Call 386-623-4218
Macon/Schley Co., GA
157 AC $1,695/AC'
Private hunting tract
w/hardwoods & thinned pine.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co., LLC
OWNER FINANCE 5-15 acres
Columbia & Suwannee Counties.
386-754-7529.
www.bullardproperty.com
Bullard Properties Owner/Broker.

830 Commercial
80*, VPropert

4000 FT, AC Warehouse w/office
& loading dock, 3 phase avail.
$1,833 mo. Pinemount Commercial
Warehousing 386-' 52- 310 David.

Restaurant in White Springs
For Sale or Lease
1-75 & S.R.136
'Tom Eagle 386 755-5110
Daniel Crapps Realtors'
Warehouse/Office For Lease
12,000 SqFt. Totally remodeled.
3 miles from 1-75. $2,900 mth
386-365-865
www.propertv4you.biz


930 Motorcycles

1999 HARLEY Davidson,>Fat Boy
soft tail, 11,600 mles. Custom paint,
flames & checker board. 2 sets of
pipes. $14,875 call 352-258-6145

FOR SALE:
1986 Honda Nighthawk
700cc $1,350
386-961-9926


940 Trucks

2001 FORD, 4 door, .XL S
uper duty, F-250, V8.,
98K miles. $9,000
Call 386-754-4063

2003 Chevy Silverado
Excellent condition. Must see.
Call Rodney 386-752-5050
or 800-881-6862
2003 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab
Excellent c.rinii.,.ii, perilei. work
truck. Call .le, e .'o--52-5'050
or 800-881-6862


950 Cars for Sale

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

2004 Chevy Cavalier
Gas saver, 4 door, low miles.
Call Dave 386-752-5050
or 800-881-6862
2004 Chevy Malibu
White, 2 to choose from.
Call huffy 386-752-5050
or 800-881-6862
2004 Ford Mustang Sporty,
silver,& in excellent condition.
Call Mary
386-752-5050 or 800-881-6862
2004 Mazada 3 Excellent gas saver.
Excellent Condition.
AT, AC. Call Jimmy
386-752-5050 or 800-8816862
2005 Cadillac Deville Loaded
luxury, must see. Low miles. Save
over $10,000. Call A.J.
386-752-5050 or 800-881-6862
2005 Nisssan Sentra
Great gas mileage, low miles, exc.
condition. Call A. J.
'752-5050 or 800-881-6862

951 Recreational
Vehicles

HUNTERS SPECIAL:
Rv Motor home, 26 foot C,
1989 Ford..AC, generator. Refrig.
$6,500. Call 386-497-3857

SLIDE IN Camper, 2002 Fleet-
wood, like new. Fits 6.5 Truck bed,
Shower, toilet, queen bed, & refrig.
Must see, $7,000. (863)697-3520

95 Vans & Sport
952 Util. Vehicles

Good Used Van
'Well kept '98 Chevy Venture. Red
w/grey interior. 7 passenger. $3,300.
Call 386-365-1651 or 386-466-0951

Hunting Season Is Coming
1984 FORD BRONCO
Great For The Woods
$1,175 OBO Call 386-719-4802
Ready for Hunting Season?
2002 Jeep Wrangler, runs good.
Ready for the woods. Call Bob 752-
5050 or 800-881-6862


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LARGE BRICK HOME just listed with
1-1/2 acres, gorgeous grounds, king
and queen bedrooms, large closets,
new carpet and ceramic tile. 3BR/2BA
with nice workshop. MLS#47029 Call
Tanya Shaffer 755-5448


BEAUTIFUL 10.35 ROLLING ACRES with IMMACUL
2217, sq. ft. brick home built in 2000. New cera
Split bedroom plan, ceramic tile and porch ove
berber carpet, great in-ground pool. that roll
$397,000 MLS#47560 Call Janet Creel hat rol
755-0466 MLS#476
CONTACT A REALTOR WITH
EXPERIENCE THAT WILL WORK
FOR YOU!!! GIVE US A CALL!
386-755-6600


ON A HILL. iM ,).I-. .n ,,, t, L :l ,,I i .: T.
acres and coming, upon this lovely 2 story
home on a hill! 3BR/2BA nearly new home with
double car garage has two large metal barns
and additional residence on property. Call
Ginger Parker 752-6704 about this new listing.




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LATE 3BR/2BA home in Mayfair S/D.
mnic tile, new carpet, a screened back
erlooking park-like, flower filled yard
s gracefully down to a pond.
73 Call Martha Saunders 752-3945.


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Gainesville, Lake Butler, Starke area. Septic and
power pole, paved frontage. For homes or mobile
homes. MLS#47659 Call Julia DeJesus 344-1590 or
Sharon Johnson 365-1203
YOUR CHOICE 5-10-20 acre wooded parcels now
available'off 137 in South Wellborn. Buy now, build
later. Call Saundra Scott 752-9085 MLS#46974 and
MLS#46966
2 ACRES Well and 2 skeptics, old "fixer upper"
house, 1 block to the river. $67,000 Call Tanya
Shaffer 755-5448 MLS#45828
5 ACRES completely board fenced. Homes only.
West of town. MLS#47346 Call Sharon Johnson
365-1203 or Julia DeJesus 344-1590
1 ACRE close i, s-iti ',,,",,i: H...,. and mobile
homes in the ze'-, i.L J-. ..,ur acre near-
by with well and septic! MLS#47509 To find out
more call Sharon Johnson 365-1203 or Julia
DeJesus 344-1590


Real Estate of Lake City, Inc.
MLS TOLL FREE 877-755-6600


Cheryl Blanton

Real Estate
(386) 454-5171 (352) 538-3089


Cozy vintage home in nice neighborhood.
Built in 1950 this home has charm and char-
acter. Home has additional lot with approx.
24x60ft garage. Home has new roof.
Convenient to downtown Lake City.
979 SE St Johns St. #239184


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Beautilul 2004 Homes of Merit DWMH
Land.i: pf.d wnri muliFpl, truil rrei f F l1ures
a stone fireplace. Double sinks in master bath.
Study/office and large laundry room that has a
large screened back porch. Walk-in closets in
all 3 bedrooms. 10x20 metal storage building
that is wired for electricity and anchored.
374 SE Deer St., #239618


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Modest Siena has features of larger home


By Associated Designs

Stepped gables, stucco detailing
and half-round windows give the
small, 1 1/2-story Siena's exterior
an intriguing appearance.
Raised stucco rims the windows,
accentuates the eaves, and frames
the arched garage doors. Stepped
stucco detailing also draws attention
to the front porch column, and simi-
larly dresses up the garage door
frames.
Inside, the layout has
features not often found
in a home this size. Mas
Vaulted ceilings, for ex- 17'(
ample, expand the sense
of spaciousness in more
than half of the living ar-
e.as. From the second (
floor loft, you can over-
look the dining room and 7
family room.
A G-shaped kitchen with a
long eating bar sits at the junc-
ture of dining room and family
room. Perched on a stool at the


bar, you can
interact with
people in all
three rooms.
Natural light.
spills down
from skylights
in the family
room, natur-
ally illuminat-
ing the area.


First Floor 1247 sq.ft.
Second Floor 503 sq.ft.
Living Area 1750 sq.ft.
Garage 564 sq.ft.
Dimensions 59'6"x 44'

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Counter and storage space is
generously supplied in the kitchen.
Two or more cooks will find plenty
of space here to ply their cuisinary
talents in mutual efforts. Standing
at the kitchen sink, you can gaze
across the partially covered patio
and beyond.
Laundry appliances are nearby,
in a pass-through utility room
equipped with a folding counter and
deep sink. Connected to the garage,


this room also serves as a mud
room, and offers a dry, safe and di-
rect route for unloading groceries
- and supplies from cars in the garage.
The Siena's master suite is sur-
prisingly luxurious for a small
home. Amenities include: a huge
walk-in closet, spa tub, dual vanity,
and separately enclosed shower and
water closet.
For a review plan, including
scaled floor plans, elevations, sec-
tion and artist's conception, send
$25 to Associated .Designs, 1100
Jacobs Dr., Eugene, OR 97402.
Please specify the Siena 30-186 and
include a return address. A catalog
featuring over 550 home plans is
available for $15. For more infor-
mation call (800) 634-0123, or visit
www.associateddesigns.com.