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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 8, 2005
Publication Date: 1967-
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Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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Table of Contents
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section A: Main: Faith & Values
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section B: Sports
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    Section B continued
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    Section B: Classified Advantage
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Celebrate good times
Local church turns
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in Lake Cits Publix. .- .


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com .
With rainy weather on the outside,
many people sat in chairs, while oth-
ers stood inside Publix in Lake City.
waiting to receive a flu vaccination
Friday morning.
The vaccination program. open
only to those individuals considered
"high-risk," began nationwide last
week. Friday's vaccination program
was the first this year. in Lake City
and was put on by Maxim Health
Systems.
The program started at 10 a.m.,
although many were waiting well
before the scheduled starting time.
"We had people lining up this
morning as early as 7 a.m., some
before we even opened the doors."
said Publix Store Manager Larry
Rossignol.
According to estimates, there were
more than 701 people at the event to
get vaccinated when it began.
High-risk individuals included
those older than the age of 65, those
younger than 24 months, people with
lung or heart disease, chronic meta-
bolic disease, asthma or those who
are pregnant.
"There will be two more events this
month," Rossignol said. "The next
one, open once again to high-risk indi-
viduals only, will be from 3 p.m. to
6p.m. on Oct. 12. The last one will be
from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 26. and
that one will be open to anyone who
wants a shot."


According to Rossignol. Publix
continues to try to help anyone that
wants to be vaccinated.
Nlany at the vent were grateful for
the service offered.
"I was here when the store opened
this morning, three hours before
they started giving the shots," said
Rob Collins after receiving his flu
vaccination. "This is a very good
service that helps many of us."
Others echoed his statements.
"We are thankful for this service."
said Jeffie Sweat, who also waited
Friday morning to receive a vaccina-
tion. "It has definitely run a lot better
this year than it did last year."


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considered
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Friday morning.
- LEFT: Rob Collins
right) of Lake City
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from Maxim
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. Robin Main at the
Lake City Publix
r Friday morning.


Columbia High launches Tiger Express program


High school wants to
encourage its students to
do well, stay out of trouble.
By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.comin
Professional athletes get bonus-
es when they excel; building con-
tractors are awarded bonuses
when they finish construction proj-
ects early; but what happens to


people who just perform consis-
tently each day?
The faculty and staff at
Columbia High School has devel-
oped a program called Tiger.
Express, to recognize and moti-
vate students who customarily do
an excellent job academically with
no discipline problems.
Todd Widergren, CHS assistant,
principal, said Tiger Express is a
rewards program created to recog-
nize students for doing everything


they can to excel academically.
"I spend a lot of time with kids
that get in trouble, but there are
kids that come to school each day,
they don't get in any trouble, and
they might get B and Cs and may
not make the A-B honor roll, but
they are trying to get better," he
said, noting the first-year program
is designed to offer those students
rewards. .
The program has: three
requirements for students to,


become eligible:
Reading Students must
read two books during that
grading period. ;
Discipline Students can't
have any discipline referrals dur-
ing that six-week grading period.
Attendance Students can
only miss one day 'of school for
that six-week'grading period.
EXPRESS
Continued on Page 7A


Maria Cristina Espinosa
(right), Associate Director
Academic Programs and
Professor of
Anthropology at the
University of Florida, was
the speaker for the
Hispanic Heritage
Celebration, at the North
Florida/South Georgia
Veterans Health System
Lake City Veterans
Affairs Medical Center.
CALLUS:.
(386)
752-1293
SUBSCRIBE:
,6..1: i -755-5445


Speaker highlights Hispanic Heritage event


Espinosa shows a difference
between assimilation
and integration of cultures.
By LINDA YOUNG
lyoung@lakecityreporter.com
The speaker for the Hispanic
Heritage Celebration at the Lake City


Veterans Affairs addressed the ques-
tion of integration versus assimilation
for a group that is far 'from
homogenous.
Maria Cristina Espinosa. associate
director for academic programs at the
University of Florida, was born in
Peru and trained as a social scientist
before obtaining her doctoral degree
in philosophy in anthropology.


Espinosa teaches anthropology at UF
and is about to begin a study of
Latinos in sub-urban spaces, such as
Alachua County.
Espinosa said changes among the-
most recent Latino immigrants who
settle in communities outside the-
ESPINOSA
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Comics .......5B


Local & Nation .3A
Money Report .5A


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


Puzzles .... .8B
Scoreboard .... .2B


World . . .1OA:
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The following information was
provided by local law enforce-
ment agencies. The following
people have been arrested but
not convicted. All people are
presumed innocent unless
proven guilty.

Thursday, Oct. 6
Columbia County
Sheriff's Office
Warren Daniel Clinton,
29, 2100 Brengle Ave., Ocala,
warrant: robbery.
John Joe Cordio, 52,
2421 Drew Feagle Ave., Fort
White, warrant: failure to appear
on charges of driving with a
suspended or revoked license
and driving under the influence.
S John Douglas Gabaldon,
27, Rte. 24, Box 228, warrant:
failure to appear on charges of
aggravated unauthorized
use/possession of driver's
license, failure to appear on
charges of fraudulent use of
personal identification, failure to
appear on charges of uttering of
forged instrument, and failure to
appear on charges of grand


theft.
m Donald Lyden Madewell,
36, 304 Rainbow St.,
McMinnville, Tenn., warrant:
failure to appear at motion
hearing on charges of two
counts of forgery, failure to
appear at motion hearing on
charges of two counts of
uttering a forgery, and failure to
appear at motion hearing on
charges of two counts of grand
theft.
m Arthur Richard McCray,
37, 621 East 1st St., warrant:
violation of probation on original
charges of possession of
cocaine.


Fire EMS Calls

Thursday, Oct. 6
3:25 p.m., power line,
King at Mauldin, one primary
unit responded.
5:27 p.m., vehicle fire, 1-75


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7:06 p.m., rescue assist,
Donald Road, one volunteer
unit responded.
7:31 p.m., wreck, U.S. 90
West and Commerce
Boulevard., one primary unit
responded.
10:09 p.m., investigation,
Vista Road, one primary unit
responded.
Friday, Oct. 7
2:28 a.m., fuel spill, 1-75
southbound south of 1-10, one
primary and two volunteer units
responded.'
6:56,a.m., rescue assist,
Troy Road, one volunteer unit
responded.


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11a.m.- 4p.m.


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8:41 a.m., wreck, 1-75
off-ramp at 1-10, one primary
unit responded.
*.9:16 a.m., structure,
Cameron, four prirmiary units
responded.
10:03 a.m., rescue assist,
688 SE Church St., one primary
unit responded.
1,1:16 a.m., gas leak,
Columbia County Jail, five
primary units responded.
1:25 p.m., rescue assist,
Chickasaw, one volunteer unit'
responded.
2:36 p.m., fire alarm,
Thompson, three primary units
responded.
Compiled from staff
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TbhroiUgh the efforts of several
groups, e are fortune te to
have a plethora of culture on
the fall and winter schedule
coming to Columbia County.
Music is in the air.
Through the volunteer efforts of the
people who make up the Lyceum Series.
;the Comen Urity Concerts Series and the
music festival sponsored by the
Presbyterian Church in Lake City, all can
be enjoyed through the fall and winter
months.
The Presb\-terian Church series is
conducted at the church's sanctuary .I but
both the Lyceum and the Community
Concerts series are both scheduled for the
Alfonso Levy Performning Arts Center at
Lake City Comnmunity College. It's a
big-time venue for several big-time
performances.
This winter there are several classical,
music acts and a repertoire of other music
genres including New Orleans style jazz to
chamber orchestra music.
From vocalists to instrumenrtalists.
There's something for everyone.
We're fortunate to have three top-notch
concert series available for our enjoyment.
The people behind these events give a
great effort to make these events happen
I 0 Br Y INo Ha an S T dce
Today is Saturday. Oct. o. the 281t day of
2005. There are 84 days left in the year.

Today's highlight in history:.
On Oct. 8. 1S7 1, the Great Chicago Fire
erupted while another deadly blaze broke
out in Peshtigo.'Wis.

On this date:
In 1869, the 14th presidentof the United.
States, Franklin Pierce, died in Concord,
N.H.
In' 1890, AVierican aviation hero Eddie
Rickenbacker was born in Columbus. Ohio.
In 1918. Sgt. Alvin C. Ytrk almost single-
handedly killed 25. German soldiers and cap-
tured 132 in the Argonne Forest in France.
In 1934, Bruno Hauptmann was indicted
for murder in the death of the son ofr
Charles A. Lindbergh.
.In 1944, "The Adventures of Ozzie and
Harrier" made its debut on CBS Radio.
In 1945, President Truman 'announced
that the secret of the atomic bomb would be
shared only with Britain and Canada.
In 1956, Don Larsen pitched the only per-
fect game in a World Series to. date asthe
New York Yankees beat the Brooklyn
Dodgers, 2-0.
In 1970, Soviet author Alexander'
Solzhenitsyn was named winner of the
Nobel Prize for literature.
In 1982, all labor organizations in Poland,
including Solidarity, were banned.
In 1985, the hijackers of the Italian cruise
ship Achille Lauro killed American passen-
ger Leon Klinghoffer and threw his body
overboard.
Ten years ago: On the final day of his
fourth U.S. pilgrimage, Pope John Paul II
celebrated Mass at Oriole Park in
Baltimore.
Five years ago; Polish President
Aleksander Kwasniewski won a second five-
year term.
One year ago: In a testy debate rematch,
President Bush and Sen. John Kerry quar-
reled over the war in Iraq, jobs, education,
health care, abortion, the environment,
cheaper drugs and tort reform at a town-hall
session in St. Louis.


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Obitua es, epitaphs

and old yards


W. hen Ann and I lived in
Belfast. Northern Ireland, we
Shad occasions to visit the'cas-
tie and the old church in
W Carrickiergus,. CountyDown.
The curator of the church took us through a
small opening in the basement. which led to a
restricted area where no one-was allowed. He
made a bit of m'.'ney by ,doinu this ,n the side.
Human bones were strewn all about. 'le"
picked up a couple of skulls and brought them
close for examination. He told the story of the
one w-ho was shot to death with a musket -
Just never buried. There, was a hole in his
skull about the size of your thumb. In the old
cemetery, we found some tomb markers that
,dated back to the 7th and 8th centuries. "The
massive church building was built in A.D.
1156.
Recently a friend gave hie the cop\ of the'
obituary of a very famous celebrity. It was real
fun so let me share it with you.
"It is with the saddest heart that we must
pass on the following news.
"Please join us in remembering a great icon
of the entertainment community.
"The Pillsbury Doughboy died yesterday of
a yeast infection and complications from
repeated pokes in the belly. He was 71.
Doughboy was buried in a lightly greased cof-
fin. Dozens of celebrities turned out to pay
their respects, including Mrs. Butterworth,
Huiigry' Jack, the California Raisins, Betty
Crocker,. Hostess, Twinkies and Cap'n
Crunch. ,
'"The graveside was piled high with flours.
Aunt Jemima delivered the eulogy and loving-
ly described Doughboy as a man who never
knew how much he was kneaded. Doughboy
rose. quickly in show business, but his later
life was filled with turnovers. He was not con-
sidered a very smart cookie, wasting much of
his dough on half-baked schemes. Despite
being a little flaky in his youth and a crusty,
old man in age, he was still considered a roll
model for millions.
"Doughboy is survived by his wife, Play
Dough, two children, John Dough and Jane
Dough, plus the bun they had in the ,ven. He,
is also survived by his elderly father. Pop Tart.
The funeral was'held at 3:50 for about 20
minutes."
The following epitaphs were found in'
various graveyards around the world.
In a cemetery in Middlebury, Vt., is a stone.
erected by a widow to her loving husband;
bearing this inscription, "REST IN, PEACE
TILL WE MEET AGAIN" THOMAS MUL-
VANY 1724-1795). Old Thomas Mulvany lies
here, his mouth'ran from ear to ear. Reader
tread lightly on.this wonder, for if he yawns
you're gone to thunder."
In Calvary Cemetery, Chicago: In memo-
ry of John S -, who departed this life Jan. 13,


JACK
EXUM

1859. Aged 28 years. "Cold is my bed but oh I
love it, for colder were mv friends above it."
SAC RE[D TO THE MEMORY OF JARED
BATES who died Aug. 6, 1800. "His widow'.
aged 24, lives at 7 main street and has every
qualification for a good wife, and vea'rns to be
comforted." Lincoln. Marine.
IN MEMORY OF ANNA HOPEWELL.
Enosburg. Vt. "Here lies the body .of our
Anna, done to death by a banana. It wasn't the
fruit that laid her low, it was the skin of the
thing that made her go." .
M TO REMEMBER NELLIE JONES: "Here
'lies the bones of Nellie Jones, to her life held
no terror. She lived a maid and died a maid -
nohits, no runs, no errors."
i Hatfield. M as. 1771: "Beneath this stone
a lump of clay. Lies Arabella Yo.,ung. Who on
the 21st of May. began to hold her tongue."
M IN MEMORY OF PETER DANIELS
1688-1746. MIedford, Mass. "Beneath this
stone, a lump of clay, lies Uncle Peter Daniel,
Who too early in the month of iMay, took off
his winter flannels."
Some years ago, the following epitaph
was to be seen on a gravi:stone inthe church-
,yard near Sheffield. England. "Beneath these,
stone lies William Jones, the Bailiff and the
bum: When he died, the devil cried, Come,
Billy, Come."
Mlini-place, USA "Here lies the body of
John J. Jay. He died defending the right-of-,
'way. He was right, dead right, as he sped
along, but just asdead as if he'd been dead
wrongg" ,
The one I like best comes from the writing
,of the apostle Paul, when he said, "I'm now
ready to be offered and the ,time of my depar-
ture is at hand. I have fought a good fight, I
have finished my course, I have kept the faith;
Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of
righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous
judge, shall give me in that day; and not to me
only but 'unto all them also that love his
appearing." (Died by the decree' of Nero in
Rome, Italy, in the latter part of the first
century. Burial place is unknown.)
Reserve this one for me.,"Amazing Grace
'how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like
me. I once was lost, but now I'm found, was
blind but now I .see.,"
Jack Exum is a minister and motivational
speaker He is an Amy Award-winning religious
writer and lives in Lake City. Contact him at
755-9525 or jhexum@netzero.net.


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LINDA
,, SEEBACH


Charter schools


as punishment?

C harter schools can be many things;
a safety-valve for dysfunctional
school districts, a laboratory for
testing new educational models or
newl ways of implementing existing
ories. But charter schools as a punishment for
educational failure? Tell me' again how that's
supposed to work.
Under the federal N, Child Left Behind law,
forced conversion into a charter school is one
of several possible remedies for a school that
fails'to meet standards. In Colorado, it's essen-
tially the only one. State law provides that a,
persistently failing school, that is one that dur-
ing a period of several years earns "unsatisfac-
tory" state ratings. will be converted into a
charter school. The definition is so lenient that-
it has been in\-oked only once, for Cole Middle
School in Denver, which reopened in August'
as Cole CAllege Prep, a part of the KIPP
(Knu\owledge Is Power Program) network of
charter schoolIs.
The KIPP model, -which originated in
Houston,' focuses relentlessly on raising aca-
demic aspirations and ensuring that students
,have. the academic preparation they need to
succeed in higher education. It is growing rap-
idly on the basis of early results, and&it seems'
to have figured out low to replicate the niodel,
at least on a modest scale. Prospective KIPP
principals train for a year before taking over a
school, when they do, they are prepared to
employ effective techniques for managing
both behavioral issues and academic growth.
When the first KIPP school opened in:
Denver in 2002, I had occasion to call them,
with a question, and a young voice w-elcomed
me to the home of Denver's "hardest \working
students" before giving the voice-mail options.
So it's reasonable to believe that KIPP will
prove a good choice for Cole.
But the choice wasn't foreordained, as sev-
eral other applicants made plausible cases for
different models.
Leave aside for the moment the observation
that forcing people to do something they don't
'want to do is not usually a path to optimal.
performance.
The more significant fact is that knowing a
school is a charter school tells you next to
nothing educationally significant about it.
Charter schools come in as many varieties as
other public schools, and they vary as much in
academic per formnance.
To brifg some order to this confusion, the
Thomas B F6rdham' Foundation has
embarked on a project firsI to classif- charter
schools in t, rotrghly similar types, and second,
to compare schools both within and across
tp1es. Results of the first phase were released
this week (fe-ature article "Playing to Ty-pe?" at
W(''11 .ed1 fx llt'.c'. ii.n t.
The foundation enlisted Dick Carpenter, a
professor at the University of Colorado at
Colorado Springs and a former charter school
principal, to develop a classification scheme,
or typology, for the roughly 3.500 charter
schools operating in 2001-200112. There are
more now. As Chester Finn, foundation presi-
dent, notes in his introduction, "There are lots
more Edison schools today, for instance, than
three years ago, and: dozens of KIPP
Academies (not even a discernible category in
2001-2),."
'Carpenter focused on the five states that
had the most. charter schools that year
(Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan and,
Texas), and from those states was able to get
data: from 1,182 schools. "more than 87
percent of those operating" in those states.
His typolo.gy identified five different kinds
of schools (I summarize his descriptions).
Traditional schools aim to ensure that stu-
dents learn a largely pre-determined body of
knowledge and skills Core Knowledge, and
more generally back-to-basics, schools fall into
this category. Progressive schools rely on
child-centered, hands-on, cooperative learn-
ing. Montessori schools are the largest group
in this category.
Vocational schools, usually high schools,
'focus on preparing students for work, making
use of apprenticeships and on-the-job training.
Alternative delivery is a category including
virtual charters and charters that eater to
home-schooling families.
And finally there's a catch-all category he
calls "general," for schools that aren't anything
in particular, in terms of curriculum and
instruction, and are pretty much indistinguish-
able from the neighborhood schools in their
district
Having a standard way of identifying about
what kind of school a charter school is repre-
sents a big step forward. But the important
question is whether some kinds are more
effective than others, and if so, for whom.
Contact Linda Seebach at Rocky Mountain
News, http://rockymountainnews.com.





LAKE CITY REPORTER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2005.

LOCAL & BUSINESS




COMMUNITY CALENDAR


MARKET REPORT
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Announcements
Live stock shows
coming up
A reminder to all who are
entering the livestock show.
All Steers, Swines, Meats
Goats & Beef Heifers will be
weighed in at the Fairgrounds
from 8-11 a.m.on Nov. 6.
A complete and concise
record book will be required and
must be turned in by 5 p.m.
Nov. 7.
The Livestock Shows are
scheduled for:
Beef Heifer & Meat Goats:
7 p.m. Nov. 7.
Steers 7 p.m. Nov. 8
Swine 7 p.m. Nov. 9
The Youth Swine & Steer
Sale: 7 p.m. Nov. 10.
For more information, call
: 752-8822.

Altrusa Gala is
set for Oct. 15
The 15th annual Altrusa
Charity Gala will be from
7-11 p.m. on Oct. 15 at the
Historic Blanche Hotel in down-
town. Lake City. Dress for the
occasion this year's theme is
"Replaying the Roaring 20s."
There will be dining, dancing,
casino opportunities, raffles,
photo shoots and much more.
Tickets are $40 and proceeds
benefit local charities. For tickets
and info contact Gigi'Register at.
755-0600 ext. 3555, or any
Altusa member.

IDA to meet Oct. 19
The next industrial
Development Authority meeting
has been scheduled for noon on
Oct. 19 at the Chamber of
Commerce office, located at
162 S. Marion Ave.

CCHS sets meeting
for Oct. 11
Columbia County Historical
Society will meet at 7 p.m. on
Oct 11 at the downtown library.
Park Ranger Gary Erixton will
present slice show on the Big
Shoals, the only white water
rapids in the state of Florida.
The meeting is open Ic. the
public. For more information.,
call 365-0621.

Halloween Safety
Bash coming soon.
The Lake City Fire
Department is hosting the
Second Halloween Safety Bash
at the Lake City Fire Department.
This is a public safety event to
help protect children during this
Holiday night of trick-or-treating.
LCFD will pass out free safety
materials such as glow neck-
laces and reflective Trick-or-Treat'
Bags and. of course, candy
. treats. ': ', '
For more information, call
,752-3312 ext. 320, or stop by the
Lake City Fire Department
S.Station 1, 225 NW Main Blvd..,


LCCC Board
meets Oct. 11
The Lake City Community
College District Board of
Trustees will meet at 4 p.m., Oct.
11, in the LCCC Board Room.
A complete agenda will be
available prior to the meeting.
For more information, contact the
public information office at
754-4248. This meeting is open
to the public.

Historical museum
hosting volunteer class.
Lake City/Columbia County
Historical Museum is now form-
ing a volunteer training class.
For more information, contact
Glenda Reed at
historicsewing@aol.com or call
the museum at 752-9096.

Museum has new
operating hours
Lake City/Columbia Couhty"
Historical Museum announces
new operating hours The muse-
um will now be open from
10 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday and
Saturday. Other days and hours
are available for group tours by
reservation. To reserve a group
guided tour, call 752-9096 and
leave a message.

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;
A guitar class, to meet from
5-6 p.m. on Wednesday night for
group lessons:
6-7 p.m. for individual
lessons at Southside 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 class. This class
will meet on from 6-30-8 p.m.
Monday and Wednesdays 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
SBurne, 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 learn the art of building a
garden trough from park
volunteer Dorothy Price.
Participants should wear old
clothing and bring a heavy-duty
apron. Advance registration is:
required for the $15 class and"
space is limited:
Troughs must cure at the park
for two weeks upon completion..
For more information call Craft
Square at 397-1920, or visit
www.stephenfostercso.org.

Herb class offered
at Stephen Foster
WHITE SPRINGS Learn
how to plant ana propagate
herbs in a class Oct. 15 at
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park.
The $25 fee for the class
includes all supplies. Students,
will be able to take home the
projects Ihat they work on during
the class. To register for the
class, call Craft Square at
397-1920 or visit the Web at
wwv.stephenfostercso.com.

'Mousetrap' coming
to High Springs
Performances are at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays with
2 p.m. Sunday snows through
Oct. 28. 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,
visil wv\w hsctheater.com.

Reunions
Wheeler, Robinson
family reunion set
The Wheeler and Robinson
family will have a reunion at
Deep Creek Community Center,
eight miles north of 1-10 on
U.S. 441 at 10 a.m. Sunday.
For more information, or with
questions, call Marvin Wheeler at
755-5174.

Green(e) reunion
coming up
The 15th annual Green(e)
reunion will beat 11 a.rm.
Sunday at Corinth Methodist
Church Picnic Grounds, north
of Lake City. Registration


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begins at 11 a.m. Bring a
picnic lunch to share, along
with drinks and lawn chairs. All
paper products will be
furnished.
For further information, call
Jeanelle Larramore at
752-7164. -

Barrs to have reunion
Descendants of James C:
Barrs and Martha E. Land and
their son Isaac N. and Mary E.
Boyett will have the annual
Barrs reunion on Oct. 15 at the
Day Community Center, in:
Day. The gathering will start'at
noon with a covered dish lunch
at 1 p.m. Family and friends ,
are invited to join in the
celebration of fellowship and
heritage.

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

Lake City Mall
schedules events
E Today,-J.W: Hill&
Associates will be conducting
a Collectable's Auction at the
Lake City Mall. The preview
'begins at 10 a.m. and the auc-
tion starts at noon.
For more information, call'
(888) 821-0894.


Calendar contributions


If you have an item for the
Community Calendar,
send it by e-mail to
smanley @lakecityreporter.co
Please limit items to one to twv
paragraphs and include a poir
of contact. : ,
For more information, call
754-0429.


44TH ANNUAL
Joseph Dicks Family Reunion
Hopeful Baptist Church
in the Life Center
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Door Prizes and New Slide Presentat-ion
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Obituaries


Mr. Jesse Lindsey Roberts
Mr. Jesse Lindsey Roberts, Jr. 42, of
Lake City, died unexpectedly
Thursday afternoon of injuries sus-
tained in a work related accident.
Arrangements are under the direc-
tion of the DEES FAMILY FU-
NERAL HOME & CREMATION
SERVICES, 768 West DuvalStreet,
Lake City. (961-9500)
Mrs. Julia Viola Coleman
Mrs. Julia Viola Coleman, 67, a res-
ident of Wellborn, Florida died
Thursday, October 6, 2005 after an
extended illness. Arrangements are
incomplete at this time, but should
be available after 4:00P.M. Friday,
October 7, 2005. Arrangements are
under the care of SHERRILL-
GUERRY FUNERAL HOME,
458 South Marion Avenue, Lake
City, Florida, 32025, located one
block north of the VA Hospital. For
information call (386) 752-2211 or
visit our website at
www.sherrillguerryfh.com.
Mrs. Maedeeri Steele
Mrs. Maedeen Steele, 65, of Lake
City, died early Thursday morning
at her residence following a brief ill-
ness. A native and lifelong resident
of Colunmbia Count) Mrs Steele
as the daughter of ihe late \\ illiam
Cly.de.Pace arid Barney and Ruthie
Skirtier Alford. She had been a
homen.akcr .jd .-upporLfed hel hu-
band in the founding and da\ -to-da\
operation .of .the Huntsville Baptist
Church. Mrs. Steele loved to cook,
sew, do crafts, and spending time.
with her grandchildren. Mrs. Steele
xn as preceded in death by her moth-
er and father; two brother<. W.C.
Pace & Tommy Pace;, and two
nephews, Edward. Pade & William
Pace. '
Mrs. Steele is survived by her hus-
band, Rev. James J. "Jim" Steele;
three sons, Jimmy Steele (Kasih'
Bossier City, Louisiana; Donnie
Steele (Pam), Lake City; Briant
Steele (Ami), Lake City; a daughter,
Mary Skinner of Lake City; her
step-father, Barney AMford. Sr. of
Lake City; four brothers, Barney
Alford Jr. ICharlenei, Lake'City;
Ronnie Alford (Rose), Lake City;
Neal Alford (Diane), Lake City;
Edward Alford, Palatka, Florida;
and her three sisters, Betty Glover
(Doyle) and Bonita Wheeler (Billy)
all of Lake City, Florida, and
Frances Dowhal,. Pensacola;
Florida. Ten grandchildren also
survive.
Funeral services for Mrs. Steele will
be conducted at 3:00 P.M., Satur-
day, October 8, 2005 in the Hunts-
ville Baptist Church with Rev. Hugh
Dampier officiating. Interment will
follow in the Oak Grove Cemetery
on Highway 441 North of Lake City.,
The family will receive friends from
5-7 Friday evening at the Huntsville
Baptist Church. Arrangements are
under the direction, of the
DEES FAMILY FUNERAL
HOME & CREMATION SERV-
ICES, 768 West Duval Street, Lake
City. (961-9500)
Mrs. Ora Lee Dicks Milton
Mrs. Ora Lee Dicks Milton, 84, a
resident of Avante at Orlando,
Florida, died Thursday, September
29, 2005 following
an extended illness.
Mrs. Milton, the
widow .of Johnnie F.
Milton Sr., was born
in Pocatello, Idaho,
and had lived most
of herlife in Lake
City. She was the daughter of the
late Ollie and Lizzie Williams
Dicks.
She graduated valedictorian of the
1938 Mason High School class and
worked twenty-eight years for Sears
Roebuck and Company as a credit
manager. An active member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints, she had held leadership posi-
tions in her ward and later served as
a temple worker in the Washington,
D.C., Atlanta and Or-lando Temples.
She was an avid gardener and
genealogist. Mrs. Milton was pre-
ceded in death by two brothers,
Harvey and Earl Dicks as well as
one grandchild Flint Carlton
Dickman.
Surviving are her daughters and
sons-in-law, LaTreva and Otto F.
Dickman III of Orlando, Florida,
and Joanne and A. Charles Wilkes


of Chapin, South Carolina; son
and daughter-in-law J. Frederick Jr.
andPatricia Milton of Spotsylvania,
Virginia; a brother Ivol Dicks and
his wife Lethia of Lake Butlet,
Florida. Fifteen grandchildren
Shannon D. Barabas, Salt Lake City
Utah; Dr. Otto F. Dickman IV,
Ferron, Utah; Thad Dickman, Salt
Lake City, Utah; Meike D. Gooch,
Albuquerque, NewMexico; Amber
Dickman, Salt Lake City, Utah;
Kipling Dickman, Orlando, Florida;.
Kendall Dickman, Orlando, Florida;
Ethan Dickman, Orlando, Florida;
Todd Wilkes,Tega Cay, South
Carolina; Stephanie Grigg,
Charlotte, North Carolina; Kristen
M. Lanier, Hanover, Pennsylvania;
Luder Milton, Richmond, Virginia;
Caroline M.Harper, Washington,
D.C; Rebecca M. Hernandez,
Spotsylvania, Virginia; and
Jonathan Milton, Spotsyl-vania,
Virginia; and 14 great-grandchildren
as well as 1 niece, 3nephews and
numerous other family members
also survive.
Graveside services for Mrs. Milton
will be held at 10:30 AM Saturday,
October 8, 2005 in the Hopeful'
Baptist Church Cemetery, off Price
Creek Road at 289 SE Hopeful
Drive. with Bishop Mark Duren of-
licnitnrg assisted by Bishop Terry
Ziterke. The family. %ill receive rela-,
tL'.-es and friends tflom 5-7 Fiidaj
e,.ering. October 7th at the funeral'
h,., no. In lieu of flowers te family


requests that memorial donations be
made to the Missionary Fund of the
First Ward of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, 909
S.E. Old Country Club Road, Lake
City, Florida 32055.
Arrangements are under the dilec-
tion of the DEES FAMILY FLU-
NERAL HOME & CREMATION
SERVICES, 768 'West Duval'
Street, Lake City. (386-961-9500)
Jackson Cooper Green,
Infant Jackson Cooper Green
Robin and Karen Green are sad to
,n.nounLc thc departure of their son,
Jackson Cooper Green, on Oct. 6th
at 1:30 A.M. He was born on
8/15/05 at Baptist Medical Center
and was preceded in life by his twin,
Andrew Colby Green, who passed
away on 8/28/05. Jackson is sur-


vived by his parents, Robin. and
Karen Green of Lake City, FL.: His
grandfather, Robert Louis Green of
Lake City, FL.: His maternal grand-
parents, Norman and Ann Cooper of
Leebure. FL.
Funeral Iervices will be conducted'
at 2 P.M.,Monday, Oct. 10, in the
First Presbyterian Church, Lake
Cut FL. with Dr. Roy Martin, Pas-
tor, officiating. Interment will be in
Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens,
Lake City, FL. Visitation will be
from 5:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Sun-
day, Oct. 9, at GUERRY FUNER-
AL HOME, 2659 S.W. Main Blvd.,
Lake City, FL.
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Widergren said the students had to
complete an application to be eligible
and 75 students signed-up for the
initial drawing of prizes from local
businesses.
"We spent the summer going out to
local businesses and got cash dona-
tions, coupons or in-kind services -
all different kinds of stuff," he said,
noting they were trying to get prizes
for each of the six grading periods.
School officials gave away 15 prizes
earlier in the week and one of the top
prizes was given by Ben Odum, a for-
mer Columbia High School quarter-
back, who donated six tickets to the
Florida State-Maryland football game.
"They are going to feel like big
shots," Widergren said of the ticket


winners. "They're going to give them
a tour of all the facilities at the stadi-
um, give them lunch, and take them
down on the field fot pre-game
activities."
In addition to the tickets, school
officials gave $50 checks from local
businesses to prize winners, as well as
six lunches from Zaxby's and a gold
tiger charm.
Widergren said school officials felt
there was a need to motivate some of
the students.
"We just felt like if we could get
them to school and keep them out the
discipline office and help them to
read, this program would help them
academically," he said. "If they are
here just sitting in class reading, this
is going to do nothing but help them."
Student participation in, the pro-
gram is also expected to increase
because school officials believe the
program will grow in popularity.
"For the 15 students that won, it was*


a great experience," Widergren said.
"All the kids are really excited from
the response we got afterward. They
wanted to know how they could
become eligible."
Widergren said the teachers play a
big part in the program in verifying
the students have read the books. He
said the program also allows the
teachers to bond with students who
share similar hobbies outside the
classroom.
'The program is mirrored from a
school in Clay. County, (which) has
been doing this for years, which gives'
away a car," he said, noting that was,
where he hopes the local program
goes.,"We definitely need more prizes
and more participation from local
businesses. It can be cash donations
or coupons for services. It's a school-
wide effort to motivate the students."
For details, contact Widergren at
755-8109.


COURTESY PHOTO/COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL
Columbia High School Tiger Express prize winners Darryl Brown (front
row fror' left), Chris Kozoo, Matt Chatham 'and Johnathan Hartsfield,
pose with the school's assistant principals Todd Widergren and Stan
Adams (seated), as well as other Tiger Express winners, Elizabeth
Majors (back row, from left), Lisa Stafford, Jeanine Steinruck,
Michette Cole, Monica Murphy, Tamika Fleming, Natalie Kingston and
Lauren Nettles.


ESPINOSA
Continued From Page 1A

traditional large metropolitan
areas of the Southwest, Miami
and New York, prompted her
research. The change creates
problems including school
districts throughout the nation
having students enroll who do
not speak English.
'Espinosa spoke Friday
morning, at the North
Florida/South Georgia
Veterans Health System
Hispanic Heritage Celebration
in the Lake City Veterans
Affairs, Medical Center
Auditorium.
Greg Williams.on, assistant
chief of environmental man-
agement programs at the Lake
City VA, attended the. annual
event.,
"I'm very interested. Every,
year it's different information,"
Williamson said.
Espinosa traveled around
different areas of 'Latin
'America before she traveled to


MADDOX
Continued From Page 1A

"It was difficult for him to
get traction after the press
attention to the problems with
the financing at the party while
he was sitting on top of it,"
Florida State University politi-
cal 'science professor Tom
Carsey said Friday.


Europe. But it was not until she
came to the U.S. that she heard

the word "Hispanic" and said
she remembered wondering
what that was. Espinosa said
the term "Latino" is preferred
by many.
The term "Hispanic" was
coined by President Richard
Nixon 'in 1969 for what was
then the first -celebration of
Hispanic Heritage, and was
seen by some as an attempt to
neutralize different
individuals, she said.
Espinosa explained to the
audience the term "Hispanic"
has a tendency to cause people
to choose an identity, but with
integration one identity doesn't
diminish the other. She gave
the example of being both
Scottish and part of the United
Kingdom.
'There is a difference
between integration and assim-
ilation," Espinosa said.
"Assimilation is when you have
to choose. Either you become
the mainstream or you remain
marginalized."
Part of 'what has kept


Campaign Manager Sallie
Stohler said Maddox's paid staff
of seven would disband as soon
as the loose ends are wrapped'
Up. .. .. .
Maddox. 37,,,said h4e;,would
spend more time with his family
before making any decisions on
his political future. He ran
unsuccessfully for the
Democratic nomination for
attorney general in 2002 before


individuals of Hispanic her-
itage from becoming, integrat-
ed is not everyone has had the
same rights, she said.
"The U.S. has had different
policies to different countries
and that has resulted in differ-
ent status for different
Hispanics," Espinosa said.
As a result there were basi-
cally four distinct groups of'
people of Latin American
descent in America, identified
as Hispanics, that have had
vastly different rights, she
said.
The first group was created
when the border moved after
the Mexican War and 100,000
Mexican citizens became U.S.
nationals.
"The whole thing of illegality
starts back in the 19th
Century," Espinosa said.
Another group that had, trou-
ble getting citizenship were
Cubans and Puerto Ricans
after the U.S.-Cuban-Spanish
War in 1898, when sugar was a
hot commodity and policy
toward those immigrants was
dictated by U.S. strategic'


taking over as the party chair-
nian and didn't rule out entering
one of next year's Cabinet races.
"I'm going to do whatever I
can to help the Democratic,
Party." Maddox said.


interests, Espinosa said.,
A third group of Hispanics
has political refugee status and
is treated very differently.'
Among them are anti-Castro
Cubans and a few from the
Dominican Republic escaping
violence; she said.
The fourth group are infor-
mal economic' and political
exiles who fled violence, inse-
curity and economic crisis in
their countries and often arrive
on tourist visas that they over-
stay. They are mostly excluded
from citizenship, Espinosa
said.
But even illegal immigrants
contribute to the economy.
"The crisis in social security
would be worse if people are
not contributing to something
they can't claim," Espinosa
said.,
The cheap labor of illegal
immigrants makes things
more affordable for all
Americans. They pay rent, buy
food and used cars, she says,,
and they are consumers, con-
tributing to the local economy
in small towns.


Maddox's decision to pull out
of the 'governor's contest was
applauded by former U.S. Sen.
'Bob Graham, aDavis supporter,
U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler and
[)Davis. ; '


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From staff reports

Fire Safety Fair 2005 is hap-
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The.event is scheduled for
10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Live Oak
Wal-Mart Shopping Center.
The event will include
emergency units from all
across North Florida, includ-
ing Alachua, Columbia,
Hamilton and Suwannee
counties.
Businesses will have
booths and contests and


Suwannee's "Sound of the
Suwannee" band will kick off
the festivities.
Road Dawg Russell and
BIG 98 will broadcast live
from the fair.
Trauma One, aircraft, law
enforcement vehicles,
forestry, Air Force scale
model Thunderbirds and race
cars will be just a few items on
display.
Safety information from a
wide variety of agencies will
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From staff reports
-LIVE OAK-The UF/IFAS
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Oak, will offer its "Agricilture
Enterprise'- Workshops for
North Florida," from 8 a.m.-
-2:15 p.m. on Nov. 9.
The workshops will cover a
wide range of agricultural top-
ics, including "Pesticide
Applicator Training,".
"Hydroponic Production
Systems/Specialty Crops,"
"Goat & Sheep Production
Management," "All About
Organics," and more. CEU
and CCA credits will be
available for all workshops.
Each workshop is designed
to provide hands-on learning
and useful information to
growers and others, who are'
interested in exploring
alternative enterprises.
"Farmers ,throughout
North Florida are considering
alternative enterprises to add
to'tieir operations; the work-
shops selected give a wide
range of-alternatives for con-
sideration," said Bob
Hochmuth, a UF/IFAS Multi-r
county Agent, who is coordi-
nating the workshops.
"Farmers will learn about the
major points to consider for
each enterprise and will also
be able to pick up Pesticide
Applicator CEUs as well."
NFREC-SV serves the
diverse agricultural interests
in the region including vegeta-
bles, fruit crops, protected
culture, forestry, tobacco and
other forage crops.
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and includes lunch, the tour
program booklet, refresh-
ments and other tour materi-'
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LANECIT REPORT 1


Page 8A
Saturday, October 8, 2005


BRIEFS


Church Directory 9A


Olivet Missionary Baptist Church



to have weekend of celebration


By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com


ow 4


The clay bricks and
unyielding faith that were
played to build the structure
that became known as Olivet
Missionary Baptist Church in
1902 will be honored next
weekend.
However, the church won't
be the only thing honored
during a three-day weekend
of celebration. The work of
the women that cooked and
carried food to the men as
they built the church; a new
fellowship hall and the
anniversary of the, church's
pastor will be included in the
celebration that honors the
church's community, pride
that continues to emanate
some 103 years later as part
of Olivet Missionary Baptist
Church's Christian Weekend
of ,Celebration at 541 NE
Davis Ave.
Rosa 0. Scott, serves as ill-
ness and benevolent minister:
for the church and is also the
program coordinator of the
Christian Weekend of
Celebration which will be
Oct. 14-17.
On Friday Oct. 14, the
church will celebrate the one-
year anniversary of its pastor,
the Rev. Ronald V. Walters.
The service is scheduled to
'begin at 7'p.m. at the church
and the speaker will be the
Rev. Corinthian R. Morgan; of
Union Progressive Baptist
Church in Jacksonville..
On Saturday, Oct. 15, the.
church's congregation is
scheduled to have a 3:30 p.m.
dedication ceremony for its
ne.\% fellowship hall.
"'It's a dual-purpose build-
,ine .where .we'll have. 'our
Sunday School, kitchen and
dining rdbom; library and
nursery," she said. "The


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Olivet Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate its 103rd year with a Christian Weekend of


Celebration.
building will hold 250 seated
people. We've been working
on the building since last
year."
The church previously had
a fellowship hall, but, it was,
smaller and church officials
to decided to expand.
"We tore it down because it
was too small to accommo-
date our membership," .Scott
said.
The. speaker for the dedica-.
tion ceremony will be the Rev.
Dwight Pollock, moderator of
the Suwannee' River
Progressive Missionary
Baptist Association and pas-
tor of Shiloh Missionary
Baptist Church.
"We'll march from the pres-
ent sanctuary'to the new fel-
0lowship hall, for the ribbon
cutting ceremony," Scott said.
Church' patriarchs older


members whose ancestors
built the church, will cut the
ribbon and Mal.onic brothers
will lay the building's
cornerstones.
Sunday is scheduled to be
the pinnacle of the church's
weekend celebration when
the congregation celebrates
the church's 103rd
anniversary.
The Sunday morning serv-
ices will be conducted by Rev.
Walters, who will deliver his
first. church anniversary
message to the congregation.
Later, in the afternoon, the'
Rev. Dr. William C. Barker Jr.,.
pastor of the King Solomon
United Baptist Church in
Jacksonville will be the guest
speaker for the afternoon
service. Dinner will ble served
following the service.
Scott said. each day during


the celebration, congregation
members are scheduled to
wear different :colors as part.
of the celebration. Green and
black will be worn Friday
night and Sunday the colors
of the day will be beige and,
brown.
"We'll wear pretty, dress
clothes on Saturday, because
we're going to strut" tothe
new building," she said.
Scott, who has been a
member of Olivet Missionary
Baptist Church for 55 years,
said it's quite an achievement
for the church to celebrate its
103rd anniversary and dedi-
cation ceremony on the same.
weekend with the pastor's
anniversary.
"I- amnrdelighted to have this''
cekeb-ation all in one week-
end. so that we can continue
to fellowship the way we have


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Gospel Sing
Fort White Baptist Church
will have a Gospel Sing from 7-
9 p.m. today. Come join us and
worship the Lord in song and
praise. Refreshments will be
served in the Fellowship Hall.
after the sing.

Men's Day
New Mount Zion A.M.E.
Church in Watertown will be ,
observing Men's Day at
3 p.m. Sunday. Reverend Leroy
Grant and congregation of
Mount Zion Baptist Church in
Jacksonville will be in charge of
the service. Dinner will be
served after the service.


Hallelujah
Festival
Grace Harbor Ministries
will have a free Hallelujah
Festival at Youngs Park from 3-
6 p.m. on Oct. 31. There will be
games, candy, prizes and a live
band.

Comedian
Charles Marshall
Pleasant Grove UMC and
First Presbyterian Church pres-
ent an evening of comedy for
the whole family featuring
Charles Marshall at 7 p.m.
today at the Columbia County
School Board Auditorium.
Tickets are $10 and are sold at


the door and will benefit the
American Red Cross.

Fall Bazaar
Members and friends of
Branford Presbyterian Church
would like to thank the people
of Branford and near by com-
munities for making the Fall
Bazaar a big success..

Days of Revival
Parkview Baptist Church
presents Days of Revival with
Doug Hogg at'6 p.m. Sunday
and 6:30 p.m. Monday through
Wednesday. Located at 268
NW Lake Jeffery Road, Lake
City. For more information, call
752-0681.


Mission Program
The Greater Truvine
Baptist Church will.have it's
monthly mission program at 11.
a.m. on Sunday. The speaker
for this occasion will be Sister
Lelia Foster.

Homecoming
The Branford Presbyterian
Church celebrates 119 years of
service on Oct. 9. Worship
service will be at 11 a.m.
followed by covered dish lunch
at tie Fellowship Hall.

Appreciation
Union A.M.E. Church will
observe its pastor's


Appreciation at 3 p.m.'
Oct. 16.,.The speaker will be
Pastor Ronald Williams of New
Beginings Revival Center, in
Madison, Ala. Rev. Fred
Wallace is the pastor.

Fall Festival
Christ Central Ministries
will host the second annual
Community- Wide Family Fall
Festival from 6-10 p.m. on Oct.
31. Concessions will be avail-
able for food and drinks for a'
reasonable price and admission
is free. Entertainment, games
and lots of fun, everyone is
invited to attend.

-From Staff Reports


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been doing in the past," she
'said.
"In the past, we have had
this broken down into three
different days or weeks, but I,
as program coordinator,
'decided we would do it in a
there e-day-.weeken d.
Ordinarily, we would, do our
church's anniversary (cele-
bration), the third Sunday in
October, because our forefa-
thers walked into that church
some' 103 years ago in
October."
Bettye Lane, who is also a
member of the program com-
mittee and the church pianist,
serves in a variety of other
capacities for the church. She
has been a member of the
church since 1961.
S"I, knew Olivet was the
church for me when I went in
there and I've been a member
of Olivet -since then," she said.
"I'm happy to be a member of
a church body, that is not only
interested in building edi-
fices, but we're interested in
people. It's one of the kindest,
most loving churches I've
ever been a part of.".
She. said the weekend of
celebration makes her and
other members want to work
as hard as possible to make
the celebration a success.
"We are working so hard all
of us in Olivet," she said. "We
have a pastor who is ener-'
gized and motivated espe-
cially when it comes to lead-
ership, ministry and soul-'tin-
ning, and he has a just infused
us with the
energy, zeal and vision he
has."
Forr our church to' be'
growing .like its growing, -
Rev. Walters is a very effec-
tie,. pastor'"teacher." Scott i
aided. "We couldn't ask for
better-- unless. we askedi
God to come down." .


FAITH VAL







LAKE CITY REPORTER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2005


Whatever Tomorrow Brings


Christopher Columbus had
trouble recruiting sailors for his
earl)' voyages. Men were afraid.
but the bravest enlisted and sailed
off into the unknown to the
wonders of a new world.
Most of us are afraid of the
unknown. We have our fears and
doubts about anything new, a new
job or school, a move to a strange
city, beginning a marriage, or
simply facing the uncertainties of
tomorrow. We do not know what
lies ahead, and we worry about
being able to cope with it. In this
ever-changing world, we
instinctively yearn for that which
does not change.
Whatever tomorrow brings.
we can have the peaceful
conviction that the love of God
for His children is trustworthy
and everlasting. "Therefore, do
not worry about tomorrow, for
tomorrow will worry about itself.
Each day has enough trouble of
its own." (Matthew 6:34)
Discover an abiding security
and a faith that whatever
tomorrow brings, it will be all
right. Worship this week; spend
time with God in His house. He
will take care of you today and
tomorrow.


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Lake leffery Road
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Domingo: Escuela Dominical 1:30PM
Servicio de Adotacion 2 30PM
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BEREA BAPTIST CHURCH
SR47 S 755-09)0
Sunday School 9:31141AM
Sunday Worship 10:45.AM & 7PM
Wednesday Eve. Service 7PM
Pastor: Lary vE. Swedat

BETH HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
5187 216th Street' (386) 935-3452
Lake City', Flonrida
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Worship Service 11:00 AM
Sunday Night 7:00 PM
Wednesday Night 7-00 PM
Pastor Curt Bellinger

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
C242 West or C252' West
Sunday School 10 AM
Sun. Worship 11 AM & 6 PM
Wed. Night Service 7 PM
Rev. John Hamson, Pastor

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"The Place for New Beginningsl"
Pastor Troy Varn nun
SUNDAY
Bible Study 9:15 ANM
Morning Worship 10:30 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6:001) PM
WEDNESDAY'
Family Supper 5:30 PM
Student Ministry 6.00 PMN
Prayer & Bible Study 6:15PM
Children's Ministry 6:15 PM
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OLIVE MISSIONAIr BAIflST CHURCH
541 NE Davis Street
(3861752-1990
Ronald V. Walters. Pastor
Sunday School 9.45AM
Sunday Morning Worship I 1:00AM
Wed. Mid-Week Worship 6:001P
"In God's Word, Will & Way"

PARKVTEW BAPTIST CHURCH
268 NW Lake leffrey Rd. '752-0681
Lake City. Florida 32055
Sunday Servictes
Eady Worship 8:30 JAM
Bible Study 9:45 AM
MorningWorship 1I1.00 AM
Evening Worship 6-00 PM
Wed. Eve. Schedule
Family Supper (Reservation) 5 PM
Youth Worship 530 P'M
Prayer Meeting 6 PM
'.'Pastor Joseph MN. Buder


CELEBRATION COMMUNITY CHURCH
Hwy 47 between Ft. White & Columbia City
Sunday Senices
Bible Stud' 9AM
Worship 10n:15,A
Wednesday Etening Schedule
AWANA 6:30PMN
Prayer and Bible Study 7:PM
Pastor: Di'k Shorr, 754-114-4

HOPEFUL BAPTIST CHURCH
"The Caring Place"
4i, i ,(HS. ltion l .Ri 52
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Worship Service 8 30 & 11 AM
Children's Chuich 8:30& 11 AM
Sunday School 9.45 AM
Evening Worship 7 PMi
Wednesday Schedule
Family Supper 6iPM
Youth Service 6:45 PM
Children's Choir 6-45 PM
Bible Study 6:45 PM
Nursery Provided
SALEM PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Sunday Services 1030 AM
Pastor: Elder Herman Griffin
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SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
600 E. Baya Avenue
Bible Study 9:15 AM
Sun.L Morn. Worship lI0:.30AM
Sunday Eve. 6.15PM
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121 S. MontroseAve.'752-42; 4
Sunday School 10 AM
Sun. Morn. Worship 11
Sunday Eve. 6 PM
Wed. Pravet Meeting 7 31 PM
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Saturday Vigil Mass ..7 PM
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Sun. AM Bible Classes 9 30AM
Sun. AM Assembly 10:30AM
Sun. PM Assembly 6.OOPM
Wed PM Bible Classes 7:00PM
Minister. Denis Weston

LAKE CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST
3614 Hwy 47 South' 752-60I1
Sun. Bible Study S9AM
Sun. Morn. Worship 10 AM
Sun. Evening Worship 6 PM
Wed. Bible Study 7.00 PM
Minister: Ryan Tuien

LAEVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST
So Marion St.' 758-1506
Bible Study Sunday 10:00AM
Worship Sunday 11 00 oAI
Sunday Evening F6:OOPM
Mid-Week-Bible Stud' Wed 7:30PM
Preacher: Bob lohnson' 755-9573


LAKE CITY CHURCH OF GOD
16 Erminc St. 752-5965
Sunday School 9:45 AM
Sun, Worship 10:30AM & b6:00PM
Wed, Family Night 7 PM
Wed. Youth Service 7 PM
Pastor: Carroll Lee

EVANGEL CHURCH OF GOD
CR 242 & Arrowhead Rd. a755-1939
Sunday School 9.45 AM
Sunday Worship 10:50& ,'6:30
Wed. Spiritual Enrichment 7PM
'Shock Youth ChurLh"
Bovs and Girls Clubs
Bible Srudy
Pastor: John R. Hathaway

ST. AMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Corner Mcfarlane &. Bacom Nornis
581 SW Malone
Lake City, FL 32025-8878,*752-2218
e-mail: st]amnesadadlanic,net
Holy Eucharist Wed.- 5:30PM
Holy EucharisiSun 8AM & 10.30AM
Sunday School 9-30AM
Fellowship Dinnerlst & 3rd Wed 6:15PM
louthi Ministry:1] & 3 Sun. 4.30PM
Yuga ClassesMon. 5:00PM Wed 8001AM
Mens Yoga Tues 5:00PM
Priest: The Rev. Dr. Jeff Robinson
Deacon: The Rev. Jimmie Hunsinger


BETHELEHEM LUTHERAN
lI miles souuh on Hwy 41
Sunday School 10:00AM
Sun. morning worship 11 .00AM
Pastor Wilbur Bock

OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
LCMS
1, milesS ofl-75onSR4-17
755-4299
Sunday Services 930AM-
iNursery Pruvided)
Christian Educaton Hour
For all ages at 10:45AM
Pastor: Rev. Bruce Alknre

ST. LUKE LUTHERAN ELCA
Hwy 90, I 5 miles West of 1-75* 752-3807
Sunday Worship 10.0IAM
Family Night Monthly
Call for Details Handicap Accesiible
Pastor lames Bezaire


TRINITf CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Hwvy47 S. I mi. N. ofl-75,752-7175
Sunday School 9:45 AM
Sunday Morning Worship 11AM
sunday Evening h:30PM
Wednesday Daie-To-Care 7PM

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
415 SWAlachua Ave.' 752-2313
Lake City, F 32025
Mike Evans, Pastor
Sunday Sthool 9 45 AM
Sunday AM Worship 10:45 AM
Sunday Evening and Wednesday6:30 PM


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
973S. Mariurt Ave.
Sunday School 9.45 AM
Sunday Morning Worship
Contemporary Service R 30 IAM
Traditional Service 11.00 AM
Program opportunities available
in all areas for all ages.
For a complete schedule
contact church ofttice at 752-4488
Pastor: David Paul

PLEASANT GROVE UNITED
METHODIST
CHURCH
1 mile S of -75 on SR 47 752-3316
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00AM
Nursery Provided
Pastor: Daind kirk

WESLEY MEMORIAL UNITED
1272 SW McFarlane'752-3513
uwivw.sesleyrrLem.com
(Adjacent to Summers School)
Sunday School 9:45AM
Sunday Worship 8:10AM & 10:40AM
Youth Meenng 5PM


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
1233 VW. Baya Ave 752-0670
Eady Contemporary Scrvice 9 00 AM
Sunday sh'hool 9:50 AM
Traditional Service I11 00 AM
Youth Programs on Wed.
Kindergarten thru Sr High.
NffIs"ERYPROIiDED
Pasior: Dr. Roy A Martin
Associate Pastor Rev. lance C. Kirk
Ministle of Music. Bill Poplin


FIRSI FULL GOSPEL CHURCH
NE Vdano Way & NE Wastungton St
Sunday School 10:00 A.
Morning Wourshp 11.00 AM
Evangelistic Senrvice 6:00 PM
Youth Services Wednesday 7.00PM
Mid-week Service Wednesday 7 00 PM
For into call 755 3t118 Evemerw Welcome
Pastor. Re,: Stan Elis

NEW LIFE CENTER OUTREACH
MINISTRIES, INC.
Hwy 47 South' 755. 847
Pastors Russell & Elaine McDaniel
Schedule ot Sei-,ceos
Sunday School 9:45 AM
Worship Service 11:00 AM
Wed. Service ':uu PM
For Outreach Ministrie ,
Call 758-8133.


CHRISI CENTRAL MINISTRIES
Leadership Services 8:45AM
Sunday Morning lU00AM
Wedne-day Bible Study 7.00PM
Dval Rd., hrom Hwy 90 take
Sisters Welcome Rd., go 5 miles, South,
church on lefl :55-2525
Sr Pastor: Lonnie Johns
ALssociate Pastor. Mark Johns
'A Church no the Move"

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE CHURCH
Comer SR. 47 & Hudson Circle
Sunday Celebration 10.311 AM
Pastor Eddie Taylor* 752-9119
"A Hospital for the Hurting"

MEADE MINISTRIES
Dirc Hwy 47 to Columbia City,
one mile East on CR 2-40
Sunday 10AM and 7PM
Thursday 8PM
No Nursery Available
Spirit Filled Worship
Healing and Deliverance

FALLING CREEK CHAPEL
Falling Creek Road 755-0580
Fir-s and Thud Sundays 9:3u A.M
Second and Fourth Sundays 3-f0 PM.
Pastor. Rev. Cheryl R Pingel

KOL HA MASHIACH
Messianic Israel Congregadtion
PinemountiW. to Buley then let
755-7922 or 755 1B68 for info.
Saturday Sabbath Torah Svc 3PM
Tuesday Scriprnue Study 7PM
1st & 3rd Thurs ea. month
Dance as Worship Class 7PM
Teaching the Hebrew Roots of the
Christian Faith.
Come learn with us!

To List

Your

Church

on the

Church

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call C.J.

at

752-1293!


Praise & Worship 6 PM
NURSERY PRO1DED
Pastor. Lowe Mabrey

WATERTOWN CONGREGATIONAL
METHODIST CHURCH
IJU.S 90 E. turn on Cortez Inen ro Quality
[nd.) right on Okinawa
Sunday School 9-45 AM
Sun. Worship IIAM & 6PM
Wed NightService 7PM
Pastor, Randy Ogburn
"Life does not consist in the
abundance of possessions."
r k 2 I: 151


Sclay Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Co n 'peiiln.i ral3 S. r : .rr ip r..lil
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Lake City District 386-752-7447
cayelectric.com

i/llll / W Hwy 90
KFC 752-1123
Stop In After Church and See
Our Newly Remodeled Store
and Try Our Delicious Buflet.




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758-3130


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TIREMART OF LAKE CITY
Tires I[, ev-r./ neeL.
US 90 We l a,:t.:i .i r,',rr W 1.al-Man
752-0054


Morrell's
Your Complete deeorjtirg and
home furnisifrl, s s[orc
N \ [ I, p l ,u l 1 1 . ... .


Mon-Fri 9:00-5:00
Closed Wednesday
Northside Motors, Inc.
In God We Trust
Pstv Ry Eqn';Iler
I. nuE Du-11 S l ut iz unII H I -i6, ,i '9 *6 1 r
La. tlry. FL 32)'.55 Fiv i 1861u ..'-26)

4NDERSON COLUMBL\ CO., IN(.
Nj ASPHAlT P ING
COMAIERLAL *INDUSTRLSl.
sr.-: Prepra.',.. I JRid BiJi.r'I is Prlir.. LL
S.rjdiN r I.ui.nge
752-7585
2 NW Guerdon St Lake Ciy

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pu ;n. 752-2308 N

Freedom Homes
Committed to Serving
Your needs
386-752-5355
www.freedomhomeslnc.com

THE MOVE Wid,
CONNECTION
L,,al .1h .,ir. i, 51i .:.r3at L .:.rg ,:I .,:.
200 N. Chestnut Sr. Lake City. FL 32055
13861 755-5595 (8001 755-5595

To Advertise
in this
Church Directory
Call 755-5440

MIKELL'S POWER EQUIPMENT, INC.
Your Lja'.n & Garden Headqu.trier'.
MOlVlERS CH INS -s5-. TRi.IMERS
1152 LiS 90 1)i EST L KE CITY. FL.
386-752-8098


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Phone 755-2206


BRIAN MEEK .o:
Owner/Manager *.:





386-"'5--5-122
Hiiglh a) -1i, Lake Cil) ,.. .... o,-,
WEIGHLESS WEIGHT LOSS CENTER
Lose up to 50 Ibs in 90 Days
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HORIZON
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES
229 NW ~1iliks Lane
Lake Cit)
386-'55-4330





1701 S. 1sStreet 7 5u 0 J5


BAY WAY.itoria senice,
FIRE & after r Resinration
Floor & Carpel Care
R. ,, .'l! d a '.,...|,rn.l d
755-6142

BROWN-VANN
CARPET ONE
B Carpel Vinyl Tlle Wallpaper
West 752-3420


90LLAI CiUAZU
Everything's A Dollar. Everyday'
New Items Arrive Weeklg
Located Between Wal-Mart & Lowes


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Pool Service & Supplies


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POOLS
SUPPLIES SERVICE REPAIR
(386) 752-5511


For Home Delivery

Call 755-5445
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Facials

^ Facials by Lisa
Best Kept Secret in Lake City
S754-2821
Monday Friday 9-7 Saturday 9-2
Full s35
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Window Treatments


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* Custom interior Shutters
* Draperies Blinds Shades
* Architectural Window Films
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Scneauie an appointment rooay
Cell: 386-623-7539 386-755-9256
Salon

Hair Rescue
Independently Owned
Hair Restoration Center & Hair Salon
Featuring
Service Sales Supplies

5013 W US Hwy 90 752.3361
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Vacuums


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S, ( i-r.: we r,. e .: irr 1,
752-6112 Sister's Welcome Rd.


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Tree Service


E-LIMB-INATORS, INCG
Complete Tree Service
Licensed & Insured.
Stump Grinding
21653 W. Shekinah Place
O'Brien, FL 32071
Phone 386-935-1993


Home Improvement


For Home Delivery

Call 755-5445

REPORTER .


Golf Carts

Customized Golfcarts
Carolinia Carports

olesalers,. 158-9490
Ben Clay, Owner
1839 U.S. Hwy. 90 Office (386) 758-9490
Lake City, FL 32025 Fax (386) 758-9661


Martial Arts

*. Concealed Weapon
Classes
.*Karate For Kids
S Mixed Martial Arts
*Kick Boxing Aerobics


"Bulldozer Work

Curry Land Service, Inc.
Tractor Work, Root Raking, Bush Hogging,
Seeding, Sodding, Disking, Site Prep &
Landscape Work. Custom Lawn Care. Irrigation
Repair & Installation. Free Estimates!
AL _l Call 386-,755-3890
Sor 386-623-3200

Salon


"'^cis eGet bour Hair
,Ha ir S.. l Rigtht For Falir

styles by lames
k 1 75 Knox St. 755
, ,B,,ndNd FL-,.,- ,.:,, 755.5336


House Buying


S HOME SAVERS PLUS, INC.
"People Helping People!"
(386) 590-1976
Dan & Betty Dixon
Email: danandbettyd@hotmail.com
i 4f m i nirar I Ii.g

Orthodontics

Celia S. Martin, D.M.D.


701 S.W. STATE ROAD 47
LAKE CITY, FL 32025
(386) 755-1001

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Section B
Saturday, October 8, 2005
Lake City, Florida
www.lakecityreporter.com


Scoreboard 2B
NASCAR 3B
NCAA football 4B


CHS golf faces


district challenge


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Tigers have 19-3 record
and are in the running
for the district title.
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com
The District 4-2A boys golf
tournament is Tuesday and
Columbia High is in the mix.
The trouble is, so are half of
the teams which will tee it up.
The tournament is at
Orange Park Country Club
and 11 teams will be seeking
the district championship, as
well as looking to advance to
region by placing in the top


three.
"I like our chances if we
play well and play smart,"
coach Steve Smithy said.
"Four of our five players have
district and region experience
and that can only help us. Our
guys need to play as well as
they have been playing all
year long."
Columbia has had a stellar
19-3 regular season, but the
three losses have come to dis-
trict opponents: Buchholz,
Bartram Trail and Nease high
schools. Smithy also lists
Fleming Island High as a
GOLF continued on page 3B


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TIM KIRBY/Lake City Reporter
Members of the 2005 Columbia High golf team are (front row, from left) Tyler Stamper, Codi
Hudson, Ronald. Boston, Steven Jeffers,'Blayne Barber and Carlos Boston, (back row, from
left) are Brent Lyons, Tyler Hagler. Kyle Hunter, Ryan Gambel, Houston Whitehead, Krishton
Neeley and coach Steve Smithy.


Fort White hangs on


Defense clamps down
in second half to help
Indians improve to 6-0.
By MARIO SARMENTO
msarmento@lakecityreporter.com
FORT WHITE The
defense never rested for Fort
White High, and that's why the
Indians are 6-0 after a tough
14-7 win against P.K. Yonge
School on Friday night.
The issue wasn't decided
until the game's final drive,
when Indians linebacker
Donald Lewis stopped Blue
Wave quar-
ter back
M ark
Williams on
consecutive
plays on
third-and-
short to
preserve FORT WHITE 14
the win. P.K. YONGE 7
Lewis
Wasn't even supposed to be in
the game, as he usually rests
on defense to play running
back. But his persistence
earned him an opportunity on
the final drive.
"I kept aggravating the
coaches to let me play, and they
put me in," Lewis said.
The Indians offensive star
was an unlikely one, as tight-
end Elijah Serrano caught his
first two passes of the season
- both for touchdowns.
"Super job," Indians coach
INDIANS
Continued on Page 3B


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former Tiger, will face
Florida State today
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ABOVE: Indians fullback
Trevares Holden runs
the ball down the field
against PK Yonge Friday
evening.

LEFT: Fort White
running back Donald
Lewis busts loose for
yards against the Blue
Wave. The Indians won
their sixth-straight
game, 14-7.


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one assist and one tackle in
the loss to Wake Forest.
Clemson (2-3) plays at North
Carolina State University at
7:45 p.m. on ESPN on
Oct. 13.
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It was a fine return to the i roy University punier
starting lineup for Wake Thomas Olmsted kicked five
Forest University quarter- times for 207 yards (a 41.4
back and Columbia High average) with a long of 51
graduate Cory Randolph last and had three kicks downed
Saturday. Randolph complet- inside the 20 in the Trojans'
ed 20-25 passes for 222 yards 13-10 win against Sun Belt
and three touchdowns, Conference rival North
including the Texas University.
game-winn INSIDE Troy (2-3) plays
6-yard scoring pass Morecollege at Louisiana-
to Kevin Marion football previews Monroe University
with 33 seconds 4B at 2:30 p.m. on
left to give the Oct. 15 on ESPNU.
Demon Deacons a 31-27 win Allen Cray had one assist
against Clemson University. and one tackle in the
For his efforts, Randolph University of South Florida's
was named a co-ACC offen- 27-7 loss to the University of
sive back of the week along Miami last week. Eric
with Virginia Tech quarter- Thomas also played in the
back Marcus Vick. loss. USF (3-2) plays at
Today, Randolph faces his Pittsburgh at 2 p.m. on
stiffest challenge, as Wake Oct. 15.
Forest (2-3) travels to Arthur Bryant did not play
Tallahassee to take, on the in Glenville State College's
fourth-ranked Florida State 24-3 win against Fairmont
Seminoles. The game will be State College last week. The
televised at noon on Pioneers (4-2) play at Central
Jefferson Pilot. COLLEGE
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2B LAKE CITY REPORTER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2005


SCOREoOA D


TEL'uvaSEON

TV sports

Today
AUTO RACING
11:30 a.m.
SPEED NASCAR, Nextel Cup, pole
qualifying for Banquet 400, at Kansas City,
Kan .
2 p.m.
NBC NASCAR. Busch series United
Way 300. at Kansa4 City. Kan
4 p.m.
ESPN2 NHRA,, qualifying for Fall
Nadonals, at Ennis. Texas (same-day tape)
12:30 a.m.
SPEED Formula One. Japanese
Grand Prix. at Suzuka. Japan
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Noon
ESPN Wisconsin at Northwestern or
Marshall at Virginia Tech
ESPN2 Wisconsin at Northwestern
or Marshall at Virginia Tech
FSN Kansas at Kansas St.
ABC Regional coverage, ainnesota
at Michigan. Oklahoma at Texas. or
Virginia at Boston College
ESPN CLASSIC Cent. Michigan at
Army
S 3:30O pam.::
,CBS National coverage. Georgia at
Tennessee
FSN Arizcona at Southern Cal'
4 p.m.
TBS Texa; Tech at Nebraska
4:30 p.m.
ESPN laow atrPurdue
7 p.m.
ESPN2 LSLi at Vanderbilt
'FSN Te.\xa A&M at Colorado
7:30 p.m.
TBS California at CILA
7:45 p.m.
ESPN Ohio SL at Penn St.L
10:15 p.m.
FSN Oregon at Arizona St
GOLF
2:30 p.m.
TGC Champions Tour. Greater
Hickory Classic,-, i.:and round at Conover.
N C.
4:30 p.m.
ABC PGA.Tour-WGC, American
ExTpress Championehip. third round, at San
Francisco 5
5 p.m..
t TGC -F LPG. Lng. DrugsChallenge.
third round, at Auturn, Cali
HORSE RACING
S4:30 p.m.
NBC NTRA, Frizette Stakes and
Champagne Stakes, at, Elmont, N.Y.;
Shadwell Turf Mile and Lane's End
Breeders' Futurity, at Lexington, Ky.
6 p.m.
ESPN2 NTRA. Oak Tree Breeder.
S Cup. Mile' Stake_ and Ancient Title
Breeders' Cup Likes. at ,Arcadia. Calif
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
S 1 p.m.
ESPN Playoff-. D;\'ii.in Series.
Chicago White So% at Boston. il necessary
4 p.m.
FOX Plav.yls. Division Series. L.A
Angels at N Y..')arukees 'I .
,, ,.7:30 p.m.
t, P i)oi. ,. Dii,',io Series.
Atlanta at Hou-ton
11 p.m.
ESPN Pla...fis, Division Series, SL
Louis at San Diego
SOCCER
10 p.m.
ESPN? Men'4 nanonal teams. World
Cup qualifier. Li S. vs Costa Rica. at San
.loe, Colta Rkca isamn'-day tape)


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Postseason baseball

DIVISION SERIES
American League
Chicago vs. Boston
Chicago 14. Boston 2
Chicago 5.. Boston 4
FridaN
Chicago 5. Bostion Chicago wins
series .'i) l ....

S'.Los Angeles vs. New York
New York 4, Lo) Angeles 2
L..s Angele :. Ne' Y'rk 3
Friday
Lc.s ,Angeles 11, New York7 .'
Los Arngeles lead -riens 21 .. ''
Today-
Los Angeles (Washburn 8-8).'at Nei a
S. York (Chacon 7-.3. 4 31.' pm (FOX)i
Sunday
New Y~rk at Lo,. Angele-. 8 15 p m if
nece -:ar v FOXi

National League
St. Louis vs. San Diego
St. Louis 8. San Diego 5
SL bLuis 6, San Diego 2, St. Louis leads
S series2-0 .
Today
St. LOUI- ilM.,rris 14-10) at San D;ego
iWWildharms l9-12' Il O9 pm iESPNi
Sunday
St. Louis at San Diego. 4:09 p.m. if
necessary EsPN2i

San Diego at St. Louis, 8:19,p.mn. if nec-
essary (FOX)

Adanta .s. Houston,. .,
SHouston 10, Atlanta 5 '
SAtlanta 7; Houston 1; series tied 1-1
S Today, .
Atlanta (Sosa 13-3) at Houston (Oswalt
-;20-12), 8:05 p.m ',FDX'i ,"', .
Sunday ,
Atlanta at Housitonr. 1:09 p.m., if
neces -ary ESPN, .' : ;
Monday.
Houston .at'Atlanta. 4:19 p.m., ,if
necessary .(FOX) : :,,


FOOTBALL.


NFL standings


Mias
New
Buffi
N.Y..


India
Jacks
Tenn


AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
S W L T Pet PF
mi 2 1 0 .667 68
England 2 20 .500 87
ilo 1 .3 0 .250 48
Jets 3 '-0 1.250 47
South
W L t Pct PF
napolis 4 0 0,1.000 78
sonville 2 2 0 .500- 62
lessee 1 3 0 .250 69


Houston


Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Cleveland


0 3 0 .000 24 65
North
W L T Pet PF PA
4 0 0 1.000 104 38


2 11 0
1 2 0
1 2 0
West
W L T


.667 81
.333 30
.333 45:

Pet PF


Denver 3 1 0 .750 8C
Kansas City 2 2 0 .500 91
San Diego 2 2 0 .500 1,7
Oakland 1 .3 0 .250 7(6
NATIONAL CONFERENCE


Washingto
N Y GianLt_
Philadelphi
Dallas


Tampa Bay
Atlanta
New Orlea
Carolina


Chicago
Detroit '
Minne.ota
Green Bay


East
W L '
n 3 0
3 1
a 3 3 i
2 2
South
W L
4 4 0
3 1
s 2
2 2
North
SW L
1 2
: 1 '2
1, 1 3
0. 4
West


T Pct PF
01000 43
0 750 136
0 .750 112
0 500 :.88

T Pct PF
i) 1.i:-10 '77
0. 750 S56
0 50) 68'
0 .500u- 103

T Pct PF'
0 333 52
0 333 36
0 .250' 64
0 .000 :72


:, L'T Pct PF PA-
St. ouis 2 2 0 .500 97 111
Seattle 2 2 0 .500 89, 76,
Arizona 1 3 0 51.1 '74 110'
San Franr'ci.., 13 0 .250. 7 1,2
Sunday's Games .. ,
B.altimore at Deue:,it. 1pm
Miami at Buffalo, 1 p.m. ..
Seattle at St.E ouis. I p.m
Tennessee at Houston, 1 pm
Tampa Bay at N.. .ler, 1 p m
New England at Atlanta. I p m
Ne.' Orleans at Green Bay. 1 p.m
Chicago at Cleveland, 1 p.m
Indianapolis at San Francisc., 4.015 p m
Philadelphia at Dillas. 4-15 p m
Carolina at Arnzona, 4-15 p.m.
Washington at Denser, 4:15 p m
incinnai at Jacksonville, 30 p m
Open. Kansas City, Oakland. N Y
Giarits', Minnesota
Monday's Game
Pittsburgh at San Diego, 9 p m
Sunday, Oct. 16
Carolina at Detn-it, 1 p m
N.Y Giants at Dallas, 1 p.m.
MNlinnesota at Chicago, 1 p.m.
Atlanta vs. New Orleans at Sari Antonio,
1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Tennessee. 1 p nm.
Cleveland at Baltimore, I p m
Miami at Tampa Bay. 1 p.m
lacksqnville at Pintsburgh. 1 p m
Washington at Kansas City. 1 p.m
N Y Jets at Buffalo. 4 15 p m.
San Diego at Oakland, 4-15 p m
Nea England at Denver, 4:15 p.m
Houston at Seattle, 8:30" p m.
Open. Arizona. Philadelphia. Green
Bay. San Francisco
Monday, Oct. 17
St. Louis at Indianapolis, 9 pm.

College games

Friday
Syracuse 131 3 at Connectcut 3-1,1 in'i
Today :
EAST
Hpsttra 12.2) at Delaware (3-l1', Noon
Towson 3-21 at Rhode Island i3-2i.
Noon
West Virginia i4-l1 at Rutgers 13-li,
Noon
Centi Michigan u2.31 at Army i'-4),:
1pm
Virginia i-11 at Boston College i4-1i.
3 pm
Fordham ',-4' at Brouvn 2-.11, 1 pm.
Harvard (2.1- at Cornell l1-?). 1 p.m
Duquesne 12.-? at Ge.orgetowT. D C.
1 2 .3 1 p .m .. .. .
Columbia i2.1 at Laiaetene i4-1), 1 p.m.
Holy Cross -3-21 at Lehigh (3-11. 1 p.m.
La Salle 12-3 at Man't 13-21, 1 pm. '
Northeastern 11-3) at Massachusetts
13-1i, 1 p m
Colgate I at Princeion 13-0I, I p ni.
Wagner 14-1i at Robert Morns l.-3i.
1 p.m .. .. "
Monrmnouth, N J. 3.1) at Sacred Hearr
(1-3), lp.m .. . .'
Cent. Conneccut St. (3-2). at St.
Franc;i, Pa 1l.31, 1 p.m.
SMary land 63-21 at Temple lW-5),.1p.m.
Dartmouth i l-; at Yale il .2), 1p.m.
Akron 2-2i at Butfalo i)-4i. 1-30 p n
Air Force,(2-3) at Nasy (1-2), 1:30 p.m.
Cincinnati ,(2-2) at Pittsburgh 1k-4),'
2 p.m. .. .
Bucknell (1-3) at Penn, 12-1i. 3 30 p.rr,
Stony Brook 1.-3 at Albany. N Y. ''-4'.
4p.m.
OhioSt (3-li at Penn St., 5-S.745pn,
SOUTH
Wake Forest (2-3) at Florida St.
(4-0), Noon
W. Carolina (2-2) 'at Georgia Southern
(3-2), Noon
Marshall (2-2)'at Virgtnia Tech .5-0i,
Noon
Mississippi St. (2-3) at Florida
(4-1), 12:30 p.m.
MNorehead St. I4-l at Jacksonville (1-2),
1230 pm. .
Auistin Peay (2-3). at Davidson (2-3),
lpm .
EeLhune-Cookman i4.-11 at Delaware St
_.31. 1 pm ., '
Villar.ova i3-.I at 3Richmond (1.3), 1
p.m ., ... ..
Kenrucky 1.31 at South Carolina (2-3),
1pin, '
Charleston Southern (2-3) at VMI (2-3),
1 pm .. ,
New 'Hampshire (4-0) atWilliam &
Mary (2-2), 1p.m. ,
Maine '2.2) at .lame Madison 13-1iI,
1.3') p.m.
Elon,(3-2) atWofford (2-2).,.1.3n Fpm
The Citadel (2-2) at Mississippi 0l-31.
2p.m.
MVSU (2-2) at Grambling St. (2-1),
2:30 m.
.Prairie View (1-2) at Alcorn St. (1-2),
3 p .m .. : ,. .. ,
Tennessee Tech i2-3) at Tenn.-Martin
(3-1), 3p.m..
Appalachian:St (3-1) at Furmnan (4-1),
3:30 p.m. : ."
Duke (1-4) at Miami (3-1), 3:30 p.m.
Georgia (4-0) at Tennessee (3-1),
3:30 p.m. / : '
N., Carolina A&T (2-3) vs. Morgan St
(1-4) at Landover. Md. 4p.m.
North Carolina (2-2) at Louisville (3-1),
4:30 p.m.
Rice (0-3) at East Carolina (1-3), 6 p.m.
Hampton (5-0) at Gardner-Webb (2-2),
6p.m. ( 2 v. .
Hpuston (2-2) vs. Tulane (2-1) at


D
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Phladelphia Nei. jersey 2
Florida 2, Tampa Bay 0
Buffalo 4, Boston 1
Chicago 6, San Jose 3
Today's Gamines
Buffalo at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
Washington at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Montreal at Toronto, 7p.m.
Carolina.at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m.
Boston at Pittsburgh, 7:30,p.m.
Florida at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m. !
N.Y. Rangers at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose at St Louis, 8 p.m.
Colorado at Dallas, 8 p.m.
Anaheim at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Minnesota at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Vancouver at Edmonton, 10 p.m.,


Lafayette, La., 6.p.m.
Memphis.(2-2) at UCF (2-2), 6 p.m.
Samford (2-3) at E. Kentucky (2-3),
6:30 p.m.
'Alabama St. (4-1) at Jackson St (2-2),
7 p.m.
Chattanooga (3-2) at Liberty (14),
7 p.m.
Hawaii (1-3) at Louisiana Tech (1-2),
7 p.m.
Jacksonville St (1-4) at Murray St.
(1-3), 7 p.m.
Texas St. (3-11 at SE Loui-ianra (02),
7 p.m..
SMU (1-4) at UAB (3-1), 7p.m.
LSLi 2.11 at Vanderbdil (4-1), 7p.m.
Alabama A&M l3-2i at Southern U.
1 21, 7.30 p.m.
-' Tulsa '(2-3) at Southern Miss (2-1),
8 pm
MlIDWEST
Ilmnois 12-3i at Indiana .3-11. Noon
Kansas (3-1' at Kansas St. (3.1*, Noon
Wisconsin (5-0) at Northwestern (2-2),
Noon' '
M' innesota '(4-1) at Michigan (3-2),
' p.m.. .
Da1 r'te i,-'i at Drake 3=-21, 2 p ri
YoungstowTn St. 4-1l at Indiana St.
lOefi, 3p.m : '"
"- Baylora 1-l.i atlowa.St (3-1),2 p.m
UC Davis (2-2) at S. Dakota St (2-3),
' 2 p.m.
St. Jo-(eph's- Ind (3-3? at Valparaiso
(1-4'. ?:301 p M
N l:,a i3-1 at Mis..,urn 51 2. ?.3 p.m.
W Kentuck, 1. 1' at Ilin,:.,r Sr. (3-2),
3:31' p.ni
.Texas Tech (4-0) at Nebraska (4-0),
'4p.m.
Iowa (3-2) at Purdue (2-2), 4:30 p.m.
Ohio (2-2) at Bov.ling Green (2-2),
6p.m.
E llinois r .2 at SE Mi-sour n.i.i.
7 p.m.
E MichiganI i at T.:.ed.:. 13 1., p m
S. flar-,ois 3-Ii at \ W llinr,.i ;2-3'. p m
Ball St. 11:-i at W Michigarn 3-?,. p ni
SOUI-IHWEST
Oklahoma 2.-?i s%. TTexa3- 4-1. at
Dallas. 1 p ni
Missourn 12-2 ar Oklahoma St t-ill.,
2 p m
NorLhwes-t.-rn St. l-?1. at Sam H.,.usr.,rn
SL i 1..,3 pm
Nicholk SL 1.1 21 at Stephen F Auutin
(3-1". 3pm.
Louisiana-Monroe 12.31 at Arkan-as
(1-3). 7 p.m.
FAR W-EST
San Diego St. 21.3' at IJNLV i l-i. 3p m
MNontana St 13-2. at Weber St. ?'3i,
3p.m.
TCLI 14-i at W\yoming 14-11, 3 pm
Arizona 11.31 at Southern Cal 14-1i.
3:30 p.m. I
Idaho 1.1-4l at Nevada (2-2), 4 p.m.
Mortana 3 1 at Idaho 'St. 3.2i. 5
p.m : ''. "'
Butler ,-51 at San Diego 4-1, 5'
p.m.
Stanford (1.2? at Washington St (3-1),
5 p.m. .
E. W\ahingto:,n 12.21 at N Arizona (2-3),
6 p.m,
Utah i322) at Colorado St. (2-2),
6.30 p.m
Texaq A&M t(3 2Ii at,Colgrado, 1D.,
pm '
SCalifonia -" at LiCLA '4-0u. 3 F' p rr.
Portland St'(-"2)'at Boise' SL (2.2.i'.
6 p.m.
BYU (1-31 at Ne Mexic.j (3-2), 8 p.im.
Fresno St. 12-.1 at New Mexico St.
I0-5). 8 p m r ', r :
SarJ,:ose St. i -1. at Litah St. i l-.2. 'r, nm
N Dakota St. i4-li at Cal Poly-SLOC
(4-1). 9 p.m
Azusa Pacfic (4-1) at Sacramento SL
11-41.9ppm
Oregon i4-ji a iz Arizna St 3.21.
11. .15 p.m

College scores

Wednesday
N. [llinois 38. Miami i)Ohio1i 2.
Thursday
N C. State 17, Georgia Tech 14


AUTO RACING

Race week

NEXTEL CUP
Banquet 400
Site' Kan-j- Cti,'. Kan
Schedule' Tuday, .,uaiiif-ing Speed
Channel. 1 20 a.m.).; Sunday, race INBC.
1 30 pm I
Track: Kansas Speeduay 'tri o.al. 1.5
miles, 15 degrees banking in turns).
Race distance- 49').'n miles. 267 laps.
BLSCH SERIES
I United Way 300
Site Kansas City, Kan.
Schedule: Today. race iNBC, 2 pm i.
Track Kansas Speed'ay
Race distance 30") miles. 2"'0 laps.
FORMUiLA ONE
Japanese Grand Prix '
Site Suzuka
Schedule Toda\. qualmt'ing 'Speed
Channel, midnighr Sunday. race iSpeed
Channel, 12:3,:a.m'i .. ,
Track: Suzuka Circuit (road course,
3.636 nmles, 21,turns). '
Race distance: 192.708 miles, 53 laps.
r i RA '
S O'Reilh Falu Nadtionals

Schedule Toda, qualifaing. 1 p.m.
(ESPN2. 4 p m. tape : Sunday. elimina-
tions, Noon (ESPN2, 8p.m., tape).
Track: Texas Motorplex.





NHLgames

Friday's Games
Atlanta 7, Washington 3
Calgary 3; Columbus 1
Carolina 3, Pittsburgh 2, so ,


Check please ,

Columbia County Sheriff Bill Gootee hosted the 7th AnnualBoys RanrcnAnniversar'\ Golf
Tournament at Southern Oaks Golf Club. The event was sponsored 0' First Federal Savings
Bank of Florida, represented by 'Kevin Gray. Those who raised more than $19.000 for the
Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches are (from left to right Gray. Suwannee Count' Sleriff.Tony
Cameron, Hamilton County Sheriff Harrell Reid, Gootee. Citrus County Sheriff Jeff Dawsy,
Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, Wakulla County Sheriff David Harvey, Youth Ranches
President Roger Bouchard, Baker County Sheriff Joey Dobson and Madison County Sheriff
Pete Bucher.


BOWLING


League reports

RiulLts Iron-, La,,e Cilv BoWl IE.aue
play l.:.low
HIT & MISS
Higrn scralcl game 1 Ruin Heims.
190: 2 Linda Mobley 184 3 Shanranc.r
Howard 181
High scratch series i Ruir, Hen.m
511 2 Snannon Howard 497- 3 Linda
Hernoon 496
High handicap game 1. Linda Mobley
240, 2 Harriei Woods 237. 3 Rulh, Hems
S233 .
High handicap series 1,: Rulh He,.ms
640, 2 Linda MoOley 639. 3 Hartie
Woods 608 ; ,
High average' I Karen Gardner
159 6.,2 Snannon, Howard 159 11.
resultss lromsrr O:i 41
WEDNESDAY NITE MIXED
Hign sctaich games Wendy Perry
209 2 Elaine McJair 185. 3 llieiAmber
TompKins. Tracy Hamnric 180. 1 J J
Hilben 257 2 Lee Even 246. 3 Cr.r.s
Archer 243
Hign scratch series 1 Wendy Petir
547. 2 Maggie Banie 509 3 Trac.v
Hamrick 498 1 J J HilOen 696. 2 Crris
Archer 672. 3 Dan McNair 625
High randicap game 1. Elaine Mc'lair
231- 2. Deboran Carlson 225 3 Amoer
Tompkins 224 1 Harry Smith 259 2 Lee
Even 258 3 J J Hilben 257
High handicap series 1 Shirley Yales-
637 2 Deboran Carinon 629. 3, Tracy
Hamrick 624 1 Cnr.. Ar.:-c,r 70S, 2 J .1
Hilbert 696 3 Harry Smilh 666
Highaverage 1 Wendy Perry 201 78:
2 Maggie Bartle 166.39 1. .1 J. Hilben
220 21: 2. Dan McNair 207.78
iresulls liom Sept 281
GOLDEN ROLLERS
Team standings 1 Pin Poppers 118-
61. 2 The Ups & Downs ,17-71 3 Tne
Lucky Four 114-10
High scraicn game- 1 Elile DeRosa
214: 2 Louise Atwooa 211i 3. Joan
Wilson 184 1 Earl Hayward 222- 2 Tom
Even 210, 3 Chuck Pressser 205
Hign. craich series 1 ilesi Dolores
Ponrter. Phyllis Benion 564 3 Berll
Brown 513. 1. George Mulliganr 5"2 2
Dan Riner 570. 3 An Jouben 563.
Highn handicap game 1 Sandra Jonns
265- 2 Darlene Morrs 257. 3 Mary LOU
Mears 250 1 Bill Graves 277 2. Mannr,
Griner 259 3. Jack HallIwanger 257
High handicap. series i Maxine
Belvn 745 2 iiei Eea Purdy Elarne
Gron 659 1. Johnnie Crc.n Jr 726. 2
Harold Slewarn 700 3. Jim HawK ns 668
S(resiults 'rom Sepl 291


SEXY SENIORS
Team siardi.ing-: 1 .'s prew; 2.
Kegieri. 3 Abt., : Crct r '.
Higr :.:rai.:h garn,:e 1. Roberta
13'..rdanro .-0. -2 r ii., Beni.;.n 1 r.0 3
EliIe DeRo.:-a z 1 I4 1 Earl Hay,'.'ar. 230
.2 Gc.rge Mulligan 2-5. 3 C W Redl.,: 4
217
High scratch eries 1. Rot.ria'
G.uordano 52- 2 Phyllis Benton 4'9- 3
Elle DeRoi'a 458. 1. George r.luli.oan
659 Earl Hayward .556 .3 C W
Readic. 539 :.
Higr. ri ardi cap garra e 1 R.o:,,ria
Giordant 23.8. 2 Enllie DeR.-a '-', 3i
PF'riyti Beri .n .21' 1 E riE H ,r a r.3 1'r ,
2. George Mulligan 225; 3. C.W I edo.a.c i
217.
High rianicap ierie. 1 R.:.b.hrta.
Giordano 626; 2. Priyiii Beri.:.r, 5. 3
Ellie DeRosa 565 1 George t.luiii.ar
659; 2. Earl H.awar.a 5,'7; 3 Jim B ciar.d
S547.
High averages:' 1. Phyllis Benton,h
154.71; 2. Louise Atwood 149.33; 3. Ellie"
DeRosa 141.48. 1. C.W. Reddick: 194.24;
2. Earl Hayward 174.24; 3. Art Juraen
171.19' '.
S i sull.h from r 'i ..
QUEEN'S CLASSIC
High scratch game: 1'. Barbara Shrum.
223; 2. Jan DAvis 211; 3. Ida
Hollingsworth 205.
High scratch series: 1.. Ida
Hollingsworth 597; 2. Jamie Ro. iin 566'
3 Tirna Church 495.
Hi.g riariaap arre B rt.ara
Sr.rnurr' .'81 2 BrE rida- 'rarpp' 2.1 :' .Ian
Da,'s 2 28
'."High handicap -eies 1 Christfi'de.
Deese 652, 2 Ida Holingi.:onh 651; 3.
Barbara Shrum 648.
(results from Sept 28
THURSDAY NITE MIXED
Team siandrings 1. Taz; 2. Ouitac. 3' .
tllei Fishing, Ir,.LUS Wnr.al[ E 1iri:.'. 4'i .
The Fun Oi. il
High -craicr.h game 1. Bobbie Watts
203; 2 C.nd' No.:rred 190; 3..Sjaan
Tensen 176. 1. Kurt Voidanoff 222; 2.
C.W, Reddick 217; S Da,.,. Berr,' 2r 3
High s-craicr. err- eott.ie Wadt,
526; 2. Cr .'l, 'orre.j 502; ,3,. S.1 oan
Tensen 450. 1. Steve Merriman 591; 2.'
George Poultney 568; 3. C.W. Reddick.
564.
High handicap game: 1 Bobbie Watts,
239;, 2. Sjaan Ternen 227; 3. Donnra
lMink.: ;- 1 Da,..,J Berr.i 266 2. 'Kurt
'Vocdanrct 259 3: Ge rge P.i.ulinev'- 241
High rardicap -,.- 1 Bcobt.,i.e Wran
634, 2. Donna Mrs 61-1. 3 Slaar,
Tenser, 603 1 Sieve Merriman ri60
iliel Jim Marcum George PoulineV 655;


4 C' .,: Be. r, t 4.
High average: 1. Cindy Norred 170; 2.
-Phyllis Benton 164; 3. Bobbie Watts 162..
1. C.W. Reddick i83; 2. Brett Reddick
8,',' 3 ':1'.'- [.1.=rmn',.- 177. .
ir -njll" l ,:i 11-i ': r -' .
SUNDAY NITE MERCHANTS
Team' standings: 1. Team No. 3; 2.
BEa.er Dum-ip Tru.:;' :r...: 3 The Elite.
H.n r,.rai.:rl .,ar, 1 Diane Hodges
1i-' J.ar.en r, L'iir.:, 1 0.3.. Penny
P.:.uiir,.-, 18'? i. Gene .brawdy 220; 2.
a.\1: Dc rie e. ;' 3. (tie) Mark
S.r.i....der E.-,ie Shipp 214.
High scratch 'series: 1. 'Norma Yeingst
530;, 2. Penr, F,:.ulinr.-, 511; 3. Phyllis
Benton 49- 1 :Rot.'-n P.ond 589; 2. Carl
l.-' r.v. 577; 3. (tie) Dan' Groh, Justin
. ..t .nn .i-r 54 '
-High r,n aro.: ap' game: 1,. Pennv
P.-.lirn.e, -rran H,:g..J : :* .J ranr nt i
Dalton. 1. 'Gene Drai.., :49I, rMarl:
Schneider 243; ? iiI, Jack Deynres,
aym',-.rd.j Hodges 240.
High' handicap series: 1. .Penny
Poultney 712; 2. Jeanette Dalton 688;, 3.
Helen 'Suciu 670. 1. Dan Groh 662; 2.
M ai 'S.:rnne..).-r ..11 '. Ju in H.,'-n-r -'.:.n ,

Hi.r. av.'.rage 1 '-,,rrma '4,e' ngr 1-,3
2. Bobbi-e Wnan 16r., D-onrna Durincan
163. 1. R.:.oen P.':r.d 1; -, 11 e urn.carn
186; 3. C ar M.;Gr,.gr.,' ri.
(results from Oct. 2)
r MONDAY NIGHT MAVERICKS
T .am ianrdi;rn. 1 R.-dr.e.:. R..-iler-
13.3 Flag-e1 ~ 133 3 P :-

H r -.:, 5 r .l -r, g n- i -, ,. -, r. .,.r a .- .
S h'fdi'ie. Bias 276; 3 Ed,, ,.'.e.acr .
,259.
High: i.:raI'ch :- ri 1. ?.r ,._ M .:ara,%
736 2 J:, ar,, J ,r, ,- 3. BruE.: H-rH en ""
665
H,g r. han, icac, dare .. R-;.nrise EliBr_
307; 2 Gre. ,,r1.:.,a.-: 294-1 3 Cun.i
Gutzmer278. ',
High, handicapI .series: .'1-. Greg
Moravec 781; 2. Cunis Gutzmer 747; 3.
Ronnie Bias 736.
High average: 1.- Greg Moravec
:1 4 r9 2 Wail. H-.'.'-.,rJ Jr 221".25; 3.
Eddle '.'ea.:rn 214 t.
ir-.ullS Irc cm S-p, i I -'
TGIF
High harid'. p arn-e' 1 Lian. Pre ston
'8' 2 Karen C lemar. 3'6i 3 ODe.aughn
H-lerin 5'4 1 Frari: H.:.'well 'c-6 2 Jeff
3r..Anr, i .4 3 Ja'.--r, H .,-il -.'i ,
.. Her, riar.in: ap e rnei 1 Karen.
'.:,'lrian '_" D. uir, r, Hellri 8 3.
L.an FPrre.,n 0-' 1 Fr are. H-erll -93; 2.
Jeln Bromri 41 3 Jai'aon H1.:.,.-1 7 1 .
Ilesull r.:.r m ei l 30' : .


Sugar Bowl coming to Atlanta


By PAUL NEWBERRY
Associated Press

ATLANTA The Sugar
Bowl is going from Bourbon
Street to Peachtree Street,
from the Superdome to ,the
Georgia Dome, from gumbo
to grits..
Forced out of flood-ravaged
New Orleans, the Sugar Bowl
will be played Jan. 2 in Atlanta
the first time in its 72-year
history the game will be host-
ed anywhere but the Big.
Easy.
"This is a very hard decision_
for us, very emotional," Mlark
Romig, president .of Sugar
Bowl, said at a news confer-
ence: Friday at the Georgia
Dome. "Our goal is to make
this part of the recovery."
He said Atlanta hotels plan
to donate 10 percent of rev-
enue generated by Sugar
Bowl fans to the recovery
effort. Organizers also are
discussing the possibility of a
Mardi Gras-style parade and
benefit concert to raise funds.
Atlanta has been one of the
leading cities 'in taking evac-
uees from New Orleans and it
was a logical choice to step in
as a replacement host for the
Sugar Bowl because of its ties
to the Southeastern
Conference. The SEC holds
its' annual championship at
the Georgia Dome and has
long been affiliated with the


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: :,'."i T lrC., .e:C
Night falls over the Georgia Dome and'the city of Atlanta in
this, Jan.' 26, 2000 photo. The Sugar Bowl is moving from
hurricane-ravaged New Orleans to always-under-construction
Atlanta and the Georgia Dome, which fashions itself as a
mecca for big-time sports events.


Sugar Bowl. ,
,"'We've opened our hearts,
our schools, our community,"
Georgia -Gov.. Sonny Perdue
said. "Now we open up the
Georgia Dome. We consider
you family. W\e will treat you
like kinfolk and give you all
we can."
In New Orleans, however, a
bartender working at the
Asian Cajun Bistro in the
French Quarter said a Sugar
Bow6l in Atlanta just won't be
the same.
"Nobody's going to be
throwing beads at you," 26-
year-old Camran Nguyen
said. "You lose that culture of
New Orleans."
The Sugar Bowl will be one
of three major football games
played at' the 70,000-seat
Georgia Dome in four days.,
The Peach Bowl is set for Jan.


30, the Atlanta Falcons will
host.their final regular-season
game on New Year's Day,. and
the Sugar will be held the
following night.
The New* O-leans-based
bovil will set utp an office in
Atlanta for its seven full-time
employees and take, on the
logistical challenges of organ-
izing a major event in less
than three months.
Paul Hoolahan, the Sugar
Bowl's executive director.
said one of the most daunting
tasks is getting in touch with
thousands of fans who bought
tickets for a game at the
Superdome. They will be
offered refunds and the first
chance at purchasing seats
for the Atlanta game. About
the first of November, offi-
cials hope to put the
remaining tickets on sale.,


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WHITE SOX,
Continued From Page 1B

waited a long time for this
moment. And this team is
making it happen this year."
The White Sox, who let
Cleveland erase most of a
15-game lead in the AL Central,
will have home-field advantage
in the AL championship series
against the New York Yankees
or Los Angeles Angels. The
Angels beat New York 11-7 in a
late game Friday to take a 2-1
series lead.
"We're not done. I. don't
think we're satisfied." said Paul
Konerko, who hit a tiebreaking
homer in the sixth.

Braves must beat
Oswalt, Astros today
HOUSTON Roy Oswalt
likes his -position in the
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rotation.
Back home for Game 3 of
their NL division series and
needing a victory to take con-
trol, the Astros finally' get to
their 20-game winner against,
the Atlanta Braves. An.dy
Pettitte and' Roger Clemens
started the first two games,
which the teams split.
"I like those guys to get all
the recognition,, myself. I don't
like to be the guy that stands
out," Oswalt said Friday, a day
before his fourth career play-
off start. "I like kind of sneak-
ing up on guys instead of being
out front."
That doesn't mean. Oswalt
(20-12), the first pitcher since
2001-02 with consecutive
20-win seasons, isn't a big-
game pitcher. The right-han-
der from Weir, Miss., a town of
about 600 people, just isn't
enamored with the spotlight
off the mound. .
"I think Rocket and, Andy


really like being on the big
stage. They sort of feed off that
a little bit," manager, Phil
Garner said. "Roy doesn't shy
down from it at all, but his per-
sonality is just much more
low-key."
Oswalt's last start was in the
regular-season finale Sunday,
when he beat the Chicago
Cubs to make sure the Astros
won the wild card outright
without having to play a one-
game tiebreaker.

Padres return home
for Game 3 on brink
SAN DIEGO Dave
Roberts knew desperation last
October in Boston.
, Here he is again, facing the
possible end to his postseason.
Roberts and his San Diego
Padres will disappear without a
trace, from the playoffs unless
they beat the St. Louis
Cardinals in Game 3 of their


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division series Saturday night
at Petco Park.
The Padres won the weak
NL West with only 82 victories,
and not many people gave
them a chance against the
Cardinals, 'who at 100-62 had
baseball's. best, record, and
lead this series 2-0.
"You come in here and
everyone's expecting us to
lose three straight," Roberts
said Friday. "If we can win one
game and maybe kind of put
the pressure on them~a little bit
and win another game, then
things can change.
"But before we get too far
ahead of ourselves, we need to
win one game."
The most notable thing, the
Padres have done in this
series, besides losing ace Jake
Peavy to a. broken rib, is hit
into seven double plays in the'
first two games in St. Louis.
The Cardinals won 8-5 on
Tuesday and 6-2 on Thursday.


Fort White JV tops


Keystone Heights


From staff reports

The Fort White High jun-
ior varsity football team ral-
lied for a 20-14 win against
Keystone Heights High on
Thursday night, the fifth con-
secutive victory for the
Indians.
Austin Lawrence threw a
55-yard touchdown pass to
Joseph Harris with 1:20
remaining to give Fort White


COLLEGE
Continued From Page 1B
State College at 1:30 p.m.
today.
Ta'Mar Jernigan caught
five passes for a team-high
45 yards, including his team's
first touchdown on a 31-yard
catch in The Citadel's 17-7


the win.
Xavier Blake rushed for
125 yards and scored on TD
runs of 60 and five yards.
Coach Charles Moore
cited the strong play of
Jonathan Minniefield, Ollie
James, Logan Humphries
and Tremaine Smith on
defense.
Fort White (5-1) hosts
West Nassau High in its sea-
son finale at 7 p.m. on Oct. 20.


the defense never allowed the
Blue Wave past the Fort
White 40 the rest of the game.
"So much pressure on our
defense and they just kept
coming through,". Hunter
said.' "Our defense just never
quit."
Both teams combined for
nine punts in the second half,
and the Indians often started
in bad field position.
It.didn't help matters that
Gilmer reinjured his non-
throwing shoulder and was
limited to just five pass
attempts the entire second
half.
The game start was delayed
for an hour due to lightning.

P.K. Yonge 0 7 0 0 7
Fort White 7 7 0 0 -14
First Quarter
FW-Serrano 11 pass from Gilmer
(Hayden kick) 5:19
Second Quarter
PK Rodriguez 1 run (Hager kick)
8:59
FW-Serrano 20 pass from Gilmer
(Hayden kick) :31.2

P.K. Yonge Fort White
First downs 12 13
Rushes-yards 32-151 39-105
Passing yards 143 90
Comp-Att-int 16-7-0 17-8-2
Punts-Avg. 6-40.6 6-40.5
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-0
INDIVIDUAL STATS
RUSHING FORT WHITE, Lewis 21-
68, olden 6-19, Coker 2-16, Armstrong
4-14, Williams 3-8, Ruise 1-0; Gilmer
2--8. P.K. YONGE, Williams 9-60,
Maddox 10-49; Rodriguez 6-37,
Robinson 5-6, Nelson2,0.Y Jm n, .*'r,,nA
PASSING --FORT:'WHITE, Gilmer
'8-w'790-2Pi YONGE, Robirimdr 6-
13-126-0, Williams 1-3-17-0.
RECEIVING --FORT WHITE, Fort
White, Capallia 2-35, Serrano 2-31,
Coker 1-13, Williams 1-11, Armstrong
1-3, Lewis 1--3. P.K. YONGE, Parks
2-91, Baker 2-34, Williams 2-11,
Maddox 1-17.


win against Western Carolina
University. The Bulldogs
(2-2) play at Mississippi
University at 2 pan. today.
Florida A&M University
center Doug Peeler played in
his-team's 23-6.1oss to Florida
International University last
week. FAMU (2-3) plays at
South Carolina State at 1:30
p.m. on Oct. 15.


GOLF
Continued from page 1B
favorite, along with the Tigers.
Other district schools are
Eastside, Gainesville,
Mliddleburg, Orange Park,
Palatka and Ridgeview.
Columbia posted its first win
against Buchholz since Smithy
started as head coach, but the
Bobcats returned the favor on
Tuesday by firing an even-par
144 at Ironwood Golf Club.
"If I had to pick one team it
would be Buchholz, just.
because of depth," Smithy
said.
"Their No. 5 guy is just as
likely to come in first as their


No. 1.",
Bartram Trail has shot a 146
this season and Fleming
Island shot 6-over in a recent
18-hole match..
'Representing, CHS at dis-
trict are .Blayne Barber (35.4
stroke average), Codi Hudson
(37.8), Houston Whitehead
(38.5), Ryan Gambel (42.1)
and Brent Lyons (44.6).
Lyons is a freshman, but the
others have played in a district
tournament or two. Hudson
and Whitehead are seniors,
while Gambel is a junior and
Barber is a sophomore.,
The upperclassmen turned
in a Columbia record 139 in a
tournament this season and


the Tigers won medalist hon-
ors in 11 of their 12 regular-
season events.
Barber was medalist seven
times and tied once with
Whitehead and once with
Hudson. Whitehead was twice
a medalist.
In addition to. averaging)
under, par, Barber, shot 32
twice this season.
"In the individual competi-
tion, I put him right at the top,"
Smithy said.
"He has a great opportunity
to be district champion, but I
wouldn't rule out Codi or
Houston if they get hot. Both
are seniors with four years of
high school golf experience


working for them."
The Tiger are expecting a
tough tournament.
"I think we have a really
good shot," said Barber, who
was medalist in each of
Columbia's losses. '"There are
a couple of teams out there
that can really go low and
shoot an insane number.


Everybody has to put it togeth-
er that one day. All of us are
capable, yet we have got to do
it together."
Hudson and Whitehead
played in every match this sea-
son and both have shot a 34.
"I think we are ready,"
Hudson said.
"Everybody has got to play


good. My game is good right
now, probably the best it has
been."
Gambel has a best-score 38
this season and Lyons has
shot a 39.
"A couple of teams have sep-
arated themselves, but we are
in the running," Gambel said.
"Hopefully, we'll come out on
top."


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Continued From Page 1IB

Mike Hunter said of Serrano's
performance. "Coming'
through under pressure. It
was a pleasant surprise."
Serrano's first touchdown
capped a 14-play, 80-yard drive
that consumed the first nine
minutes of the game.
Quarterback Jared Gilmer
rolled right and hit Serrano for
an 11-yard score to finish the
drive.
EK Yonge moved the ball
into Fort White territory on its
first two possessions, but was
unable to come up with any
points.
Brian Coker partially-
blocked a James Hager
52-yard field goal try to end
one drive, and quarterback
Derrick Robinson fumbled
the center exchange and
,Trevares Holden recovered
on the Indians 40.
The Blue Wave was finally
able to score when Robinson
hit James Parks on a 74-yard
pass play to the .1. Miguel
Rodriguez finished the drive
with the first rushing touch-
down allowed by the Indians
this year to tie to game.
It appeared the game would
remain tied going into half-
time, but P.K. Yonge made a
crucial mistake when Dre
Maddox fumbled a Connor
Hayden punt at the 26 and
Ervin Armstrong recovered
with three minutes left. Twoj
plays later.' Gihnmer lofted a
p~si just above the hands of a
Blue Wave defender and'
Serrano snagged it and
bowled in to the end zone to
complete the 20-yard score.
That was all the offense
Fort White needed, because


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORI-
DA, IN AND FOR COLUMBIA
COUNTY
Case: #2004-CA-000358
Division
UNC:
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS-
TRATION SYSTEMS, INC.
Plaintiff,
-VS;- v s "- ..--:,\ -
TOBIN J. ROYAL; TANYA R. TAY-
LOR; SHERMAN ACQUISITION II,
L.P.; CLERK OF COURT OF COLUM-
BIA COUNTY; UNKNOWN PARTIES
IN POSSESSION #1; IF LIVING, AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED DE-
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE. NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,.
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS ,- .
Defendantss.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to an Order rescheduling foreclosure sale
dated Sepicniber 2-. 2005, entered in
Civil C-ae N.-. _'i-'-CA-000358 of the
Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit
in. and for Columbia .County, Florida,
wherein MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.,
Plaintiff and TOBIN J. ROYAL AND
TANYA R. TAYLOR are defendantss,
I will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, AT THE WEST FRONT
DOOR OF THE COLUMBIA COUN-
TY COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT
145 HERNANDO STREET, LAKE
CITY, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, AT 11:00 A.M., October 19, 2005,
the following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 7, BLOCK B, BELLAIRE SUBDI-
VISION, A SUBDIVISION ACCORD-
ING TO PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 66, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF COLUMBIA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
DATED at LAKE CITY, Florida, this
28th day of September, 2005.
P. DEWITT CASON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Columbia County, Florida
By: -s- J. Markham
J. MARKHAM
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
WOODLAND CORPORATE CENTER
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BLVD.
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Time: 9:00 A.M.
At Davis Towing & Recovery
1226 NW Main Blvd.
Lake City, Florida
in Columbia County.
01555868
October 8, 2005


020 Lost & Found

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Carrying Parvo, needs medicine.
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in' her pine Lookiig for
companionship and/or friendship.
Looking for 50 70 yrs. Alot to gain
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01555580
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Min. 10 yrs. exp. Strong Interior
Finishes and Structural
background required.
Competitive salary & benefits.
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Pkg. Home daily, off weekends.
CDL-A req'd. F/T & P/T. Call
Columbia Grain 386-755-7700

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
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Live Oak, Florida 32064
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01555696




Program Billing Specialist
RESPONSIBLE for the BILLING
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RELATEDTD io AGENCY
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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE
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ACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE
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$10.70 PER HOUR
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SEND/FAX RESUME TO:
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Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranch
PO Box 2000
Boys Ranch, FL 32054
Fax: 386-842-2429
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01555699
Sales Account Executive
Lake Cin, Buyers Guide
Publication
Weekly salary plus commission &
mileage reimbursement.
Full benefits including 401K.
,Outside Sales experience a plus.
Please fax resume to
Attention Carie 352-373-9178 or
email resume to:
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01555790
Receptionist/Assistant
Experience, needed for busy Real.
Estate Company. Applicant must
be credentialed with excellent
secretarial and computer skills,
along with being multi-tasked,
fast paced and maintain very
personable people skills. Pay
according to skills and ability,
$19,000+. Interested qualified
candidates need to reply to:
Michelle Urgelowich, at
Westfield Realty Group, P.O. Box
3566, Lake City, Florida 32056

01555791
Maintenance Person Needed
For large MFG. CO. Must have
general maint. Skills & be able to
repair bearings and sprockets.
Some welding required. Ability to
troubleshoot a plus. Must have
own tools. Competitive wages.
Benefits avail, after 6 mths.
Vacation & 401K avail after 1 yr.
Apply in person at
Corbitt MFG. Hwy 41 N. &
Guerdon Rd. M-F, 9AM-3PM or
Fax resume to: 386-758-4523
DRUG FREE WORK PLACE

01555792
Knuckleboom Operator
Needed for wood processing
plant. Only exp. need apply.
Competitive wages Benefits avail.
after 6 mths. Vacation & 401K
avail after 1 yr. Apply in person at
Corbitt MFG. Hwy 41 N. &
Guerdon Rd. M-F, 9AM-3PM or
Fax resume to:
386-758-4523 DFWP

Auto Insurance World is looking
for F/T Customer Service Rep.
Previous customer service
experience of any type preferred.
Apply in person at:
417 SW Main Blvd. Lake City.


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01555801
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balancing, cross selling ability,
and customer service expertise is
required. Prior credit union/bank
experience is a plus. We offer
competitive salary, incentives,
and excellent benefits. Stop by
our branch at 583 West Duval
Street to complete an application
or send resume to Florida Credit
Union, Attn: HR/TLR, P.O. Box
5549, Gainesville, FL 32627.
Fax: 352-264-2661. E-mail:
krosetflcu.org 1. D \ EOE
,DrugjFree Workplace

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 Forshaw at 386-362-7860.

03527762
Cemetery Monument Sales
You Provide Leads; We Help
You'Sell! Email Required;
.100 000+Design Opiions.
V 8ldo-ta7Menonal8..con
,888-978-2883


o100 Opportunities

03527801

T ~obile

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
jennifer.mullens@t-mobile.com
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
T-Mobile USA is an
Equal Opportunity Employer

03527992

REPORTER

THE LAKE CITY REPORTER
is 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 [rjnspor.taion. Stop
b the Report:r todaj t fill out a
conrac ror'; tnquir-r tomr
No phone calls please!


.."-
REPOR1TER

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!

03528027 !
,, Family Preseratlion Services
has; openings in.Lake City for
Faniih Care Counelor- This is a
chjaleriin2 career opportuni[,
offering excellent benefits and
flexible hours. Applicants must
have Bachelor's Degree in related
field and be able to pass DCF
background screening. Fax
resume to'(386) 758-1495 or mail
to Family Preservation Services
1389 W. US Hwy 90
Lake City, FL 32055

SECURITY OFFICER
For Lake City area. Pays up to
$8.00. Experienced preferred but
not required. We offer health
benefits, 401K and paid vacations.
BB9500016 EEO
WEISER SECURITY
SERVICES
CALL 1-\t.i' -l-49-0971


100 Job
to100 Opportunities
03528033
OPPORTUNITY
IN SALES -
Are you currently in sales, but
need to make more money?
Apply today to join a team of
professionals where the average
Salesperson earns $50,000 a
year and where Superstars are
earning $100,000 + Salary during
training, plus many other
company benefits will be offered
to successful applicants. If you
are ready for a serious career
opportunity, send your
employment history for the last
5 years (with earnings) to:
Travel Country
RV Center
530 SW FL Gateway
Center Blvd.
SLake City,'FL 32024
or Call Jeff at: 386-752-3723
for an appointment.
All'relies are strictly confidential.
www.travelcountryrv.com

A/C SERVICE Tech and Duct
Mech. Full time with benefits.
Please call 386-454-4767

CARPENTERS
We need your work experience
of 6 mths or more.
Skills needed include: experience in
Trim/Finish Carpentry, building
wooden furniture: Proficiency with
power tools, Drill, Screwgun,
Jigsaw, etc. Benefits include: paid
holidays, paid vacations, family
health/insurance, & 401K. Some
hand tools required. Please apply in
person at Hunter Marine on
Hwy 441 in Alachua, FL.
CLASS "A" CDL Driver
Local runs. Pay depends on
experience and references. EEO
'Employer. Call 386-755-4328

Clerical & Industrial
Work Available.
Call WAL-STAF
386-755-1991
CONSTRUCTION FRAMERS
Helpers needed
with experience. Please call
352-494-3776
Crew Leader/Equipment
Operator Class'"B" Fl. Drivers Lic.
preferred. Benefits offered. Pay
based on experience. EEO
'Employer. Call 386-755-4328
Driver Now Hiring. Drivers with
5thi \\% eel c\perierce. .Nlust haye.a
clean driving record. Orlando- '
Tampa and Jacksonville routes. Will
include some local delivery.
Apply in Person only at 385 SW
Arlington Blvd. Lake City.
DRIVER WANTED: 2 yrs over
the road experience. Class A CDL.
Drug Test & Clean Driving Record.
Call 386-364-4621 '
Experienced Concrete Finishers'
needed. Females and minorities
encouraged to apply.
Call 386-754-5221 EOE'
Housekeeper Needed
Must be able to work 3 days per/wk
(Mon-Wed-Fri) doing general
cleaning, cooking and ironing.
Other misc. cleaning tasks required.
Must be dependable. References
required. Please.call 386-754-3901


100 Job
100 v Opportunities
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
Foam Carpenters
Experienced, for project near Lake
City Airport. Call Craig Hannah
904-591-3230
Future General Manager
Signing bonus Wayne Frier Home
Center is offering a signing bonus to
future general managers. Looking
for motivated sales person, that can,
become a general manager or
partner, For more information
Call Jay 912-337-2797
Handyman Wanted to remodel 4
Mobile Homes in Lake City area.,
Must have tools, transportation &
references. Call Dave 352-281-0235
Heavy Equipment Operator
Finish Dozer & Excavator for
Landfill Project in Live Oak
Excellent pay. 800-324-6369
HELP WANTED
Drywall Stockers P/T now,
working up to F/T soon.
Call Ron (352) 267-8903
HELP WANTED
Roofing and Metal
Building construction.
Call Randy 386-754-1130
HELP WANTED!!!
Receptionist and Office Manager
for a busy real estate agency in
Lake City. Computer and people
skills a must, real estate knowledge
a plus! Please send all inquiries
and resumes to:
James(@BurbachRealty.com
HUNGRY HOWIES is hiring
delivery drivers. Must have car
w/insurance & 2 yrs. driving exp.
Flex schedule. F/T & P/T avail.
CASH PAID DAILY!
Earn $8. $15./ hour. Apply in
person at 857 SW Main Blvd.
Loai 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 encouraged 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.
M&L Trucking needs a Truck
Driver for hauling logs with clean
CDL's. Leo Brady at 386-961-1133,
386-344-5035, after 7 pm. 752-6259
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.


100 Job
100 'Opportunities
Maintenance Person Needed.
Mobile Home repair experience a
must. Apply in person at:
,Ironwood Mobile Homes on
Hwy 90 West in Lake City, FL.
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)
Own a Computer? Put it to work!
Potential $1500 to $5000 PT/FT
Call 888-314-3890
www.vrtworldwide.com
PT OFFICE Assistant for
Construction Co. Valid DL, exc
computer skills. 20 hrs wk, flex hrs.
$8.00 hr. Send reply to Box 03097,
C/O The Lake City Reporter, P.O.
Box 1709, Lake City, FL, 32056
TRAVEL TRAILER
Close to college, utilities included.
$100 wkly, $200 deposit
Call 386-758-0057
Truck Driver Needed
Class "A" CDL Long Haul to NE.
Clean MVR. 2+ yrs Produce Exp.
Good Pay. Call (931)484-2672
Warehouse/Parts Runner
Experience Needed. Full-Time ,
w/benefits. EOE/DFWP
Call 386-462-2047
WELDER
Appl\ in person at QFab,
36 31 UL.S. 941 Eist Ac~ross
from airpIrt. Lake Cit,. FL
\ MUST PASS DRUG TEST
I1LE YS INSLjRANCE INC.
Looking for a motivated and
dependable perior. 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

nn Sales
Employment
Traveling Independent Sales Rep.
Maximum Tiavel 6 hrs from home.
Gone M-F. Commission Position.
Company avg. pays $820/wk.
Call 800-225-6368, ext 333

Medical
120 Emplo3ment
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
3 p.m. 11 p.m. Full Time,
w/Insurance & Benefits.
Also needed all shifts '
Part Tine weekendss ,
Su.'.annee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Center'
Live Oak, FL 32064
EOE/D/V/M/F
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
Full Time Receptionist Needed
for busy medical office. Experience
a must. Mail resume to: Samantha
Brantley, 4355 NW American Lane,
Lake City, FL 32055
PT/FT ARNP or PA for
Ph:sical Medicine office
Excellent Salary. Fax resume
to 904-783-0601


140 Work Wanted
MY MOM STAYS HOME AND
MAKES MONEY TOO!
Call and ask her how @
(386)758-1744!!

Schools &
240 Education
Want to be a CNA? Don't .want to
wait? Express Training Services of
Gainesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam Prep classes in
Lake City once a month. Class for 1
week, certification test the next
week. Class size is limited. Next
class 11/07/05. Call (352)338-1193

310 Pets & Supplies
AKC Brittney Spaniel
Very Loveable,'4yr old male (not
neutered). $100 to GOOD home
only! Call 386-755-9804
AMERICAN PIT Bull Terrier,
Full blooded. Big Blocky Dogs.
Has Health Cert. $125.
Call 386-623-9921
Australian Cattle Dog
(Blue Heeler) 4 1/2 mths. Tail cut,
dew claws removed, shots, & .
wormed. $100. Call 904-259-8453
BIG BEAUTIFUL Bay Quarter
Horse Gelding, 5 yrs old.
$1,300 OBO.
Call 386-752-0816
BOXER PUPPY.
AKC Fawn & Brindle.Avail 11/01.
Showing 10/01. $550.
386-755-3807
Miniture Horse
Black Stallion
All shots updated. $200 OBO
Call 386-752-0816

402 Appliances
DRYER
In good running condition.
$85.00
386-497-3987
HEAVY DUTY WASHER
In good working condition.
Only 5 yrs old.$85.00
Call 386-497-3987
Like New Ex Large 26.5 cf White
Side by Side Maytag Refrigerator
Ice/Water in door. $500.
Call 386-754-5596

408 Furniture -
Dining Room Table
Oak Tabic ,'ledt, 6 Chairs
& China Cabinet. $500.
Call 386-752-0917
Green Leather Sofa
Perfect Condition!
$250.00
Call 386-752-0917
Thomasville Dining Room Table
Hutch, 4 Chairs, & 2 leafs.
Good Condition. $800 OBO
Call 386-755-6265

Machinery &
411 Tools "

Mark V Shopsmith
w/bandsaw attachments
& lathe tools. $750.
Call 386-755-5784


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those 10 days, for an additional $10 you can run your ad for an
additional 10 days. A picture will run every day'with a description of
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2001 Coachmen 2002 Suzuki
Catelina Volusia Motorcycle
'11,500 $3,600
5th Wheel Camper 24tt, absolutely Looking For New Rider, Girl
pristine cond. w/extras, dining rm Friendly, New Paint, Sleek Look,
slide-out, stored under cover, used Great Condition, Hard Tail,
very little, sleeps 4. can Be Transformed
Call Call
386-752-0347 386-755-2119


1998 Oldsmobile
Silhouette Minivan
*$3,995
Excellent Condition
Call
386-752-6320 or
386-208-4162
ask for Barry


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


2000 Chevy
Silverado LS
$12,900

Loaded
Call
386-466-0835





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


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S 412 IMedical
2 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.

419 TV-Radio &
419 Recording
7" Flip Down TV & DVD Player
for car. 6mths old.
Must sell. $250 OBO
Call 386-697-4083 or 386-758-8707
-l

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
2 Family Yard sale Ladies Jeans,
27"Color TV, & much more!
Hwy 47 S. to Raven & follow signs.
Fri-Sat. 8am-3pm.
Big 4 Family Sale Fri-Sun 8-2
CR 18 between Hwy 27 & 441,
Niblack Rd. to Murdock Ct. Last
house on left, follow signs. Ft.
White 497-4645. Tools, Halloween,
Thanksgiving, & Christmas
decorations + lots more!
HUGE SALE! Thurs-Sat. 7am-3pm
Near VA. Look for signs.
Fum., baby items, tools,
household goods, too much to list!
MOVING SALE: Fri & Sat, 8-?
124 SW WhippoorWill Way &
corner of SR 242 in Piccjdill', Pjrl.
To much to list, Must see!!!
Multi-Family Lake City Country
Club Sat. 7am-? 1643 Frontier Dr.
Antiques, collectibles, house items
& more. Follow signs & Flamingos
Multi-Family, 10.0,.8-2 Beta Sigma
Phi .Sorority. 363 SW Kirby Ave.
HouAl_'hold Hen,. Clothing. A more
Proceeds go l.cla to tile iconimuniu .
MULTI-F A NIlLY. 10/7 & 10/8,
7-?, Off Hwy. 252 south of,
Wellborn, follow signs, clothes,
dishes, books, to much to list.
Sat & Sun Many items. Fum.,
Christmas, dishes, etc. 192nd St.
between Market Rd. & CR 252.
Call 386-963-5432
SAT, 7:30- 2. Tools, dishes,
collectables, dive gear, advertising,
fum. Branford Hwy to Upchurch Rd,
to Fantasy Glen, Look for signs.

440 Miscellaneous
FORKLIFT FOR Sale Caterpillar
T40D propanc 'i lide shift.
$3,00i. D. i ati l Monells
386-752-3910


Manufactured Home Stairs
Brand New.
Call $50.00
Call 386-752-0917


4 .1 Building
463 Materials
GREAT DEALS at MORRELL'S
Pressure Treated Tl-11 $19.00.
All Wood Beaded Paneling $16.00 .
Bath Tile $10.00.
Morrell's 386-752-3| I


S630 Mobile Homes
0 f.or Ren ,
FOR RENT: 2BR/2BA MH,
Excellent condition. Large lot, quite
neighborhood. No Pets. $485 mo,
1st, last & Sec required. Located 4'
1/2 miles West of Lake City.
Call 386-454-5688 Leave msg.
FOR RENT: MH, water, sewage &
garbage included. No pets.
First & security.
386-755-5488
FOR RENT: MH, water, sewage &
garbage included. No pets.
First & security.
386-755-5488
IN PARK Mobile Homes for Rent.
2BR/2BA 1st & sec. required.
Applications & reference, required.
386- 1.' 4 3 .
LATE MODEL MOBILE-HOMES
Starting $400 month, Beautiful
Pond setting, w/trees. CH/A, Cable
avail. No pets. Call 386-961-0017
QUITE LOCATION, Close to
90 W. 2BR/2BA on 2.3 acres
w/large FL room & car, port. $600
mo, 1st, last & sec. .-- 55-6-2',S



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640 Mobile Homes
0 for Sale
1997 DW, 24x52.
Open Floor Plan. 3BR/2BA,
with fireplace. $29,000.
Call 386-867-2004
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
Mobile Home
650 & Land
!! Owner Finance !!
1998 24X48 3/2 on small lot
1903 SW Judy Glen
Call 386-867-0048
01555531
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
1997 DWMH 3/2.5,1848 Sqft
w/fireplace on 1 ac. 5 min. to
Osceola Forest & close to schools.
336-596-3873 or 336-956-8885
5 \ooded Vcres
MH & Pond. Off of Hwy 247.
Motivated Seller, This won't last
long! Call Jane S. Usher,
Lic. RE. Broker 386-755-3500
Waterfront 1/2 Plus Acre
2001 28x70, 4br/ 2ba. TotJal,
remodeled. Ne". CH' & Berber
Carpet. Tape & Te,:ture gas log .
tireplace. Parliall,. fumjied., all
E.pphrnces. 5 mir from \\ia-MNart in
Lake Ci() Front & back decl-..
12 X 15 storage bldg. Must See!!!!
$99,000.00 OBO 386-867-1097

705 Rooms for Rent
Room r .Pri atle Baih i
Microwave, refrigerator, laundry
facilities, etc. Clean, close in, well
maintained. 386-755-0378. Ref
Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent
$100 OFF FIRST
THREE MONTHS RENT
ON2 AND 3 BR APTS*
WHEN PAID ON TIME
POOL, FITNESS CENTER
& MORE 386-758-8455
CALL TODAY
2BR/1BA APARTMENT
with Garage. $700 mo,
plus security deposit. No pets.
Call Lea 386-752-9626
Newly Renovated, 2 Bedrooms
Starting at $525 mth.
Plus security. No Pets
Call Lea.386-752-9626


720 Furnished Apts.
For Rent


Completely Furnished, clean,
private, near City & Timco. 1BR.
APT. Nice neighborhood. Quiet &
peaceful. Call 386-755-3950


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7 Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent
2BDRM/1BTH ON 3 Acres.
w/stove & refrig. Off of 441 S. Call
Jane S. Usher, Lic. RE. Broker,
386-755-3500
3BDRM TOWNHOUSE
Quail Heights Country Club
$750 mth, 1st, lstt & Damage Dep.
Call 386-752-8553
4BR/2BA, Washer/Dryer/Refrig.
Fenced backyard, & storage shed.
$875 mth, 1st, last & sec/dep. Nice
Neighborhood 386-719-8806
HOMES FROM $199/mo.
4% Down, 30 years at 5.5%
1-3br Foreclosures! For listings
1-800-749-8124 ext. F388
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
LARGE 3BR/2BA. CH/A. Good
Neighborhood, in town. No Pets.
$850 mo, First & $850 Sec.
Call 386-755-6916
750 Business &
5 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 Flr)Approx,
1500 total sqft. Lease all or part.
207 S. Marion Ave. 386-752-7951
Office/Warehouse Rental Space
2 Spaces: 1- 2.4-1.1i f $1.1 50nrih &
a 1,200 s/f $5Snuth + CL\. C M &
Sec..Dep onb..ith. 352- 25-.I.t,00

770 Condos For Rent
3br/2.5 ba. Gr. room, FP, balcony &
patio. Pd water, sewer & cable.
Pool/Tennis. $1000. mo. 1st & last.
386-365-7660. Southern Oaks!

805 Lots for Sale
4 Acre Lot in Oak Haven
Comer 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 C i,., FL$69,900.
Call 352-3,56-1715

810 Home for Sale
$27,900 3br. foreclosure
available now!
For listing call
1-800-749-8124 ext H411
01555846 .
Woodcrest Subdivision
'Hwy 247 S. Hummingbird Glen
2,500+Sqft. 3/2 Brick Home
Enclosed Pool w/bath house &
much more! $249,900K. ,
Call Anytime 386-961-9171

Southern Oaks Counirs Club
3,2 splii Bricl. Home. Excellent
Condition. man-, extras..$210K.
No Brokers. Call 386-719-4900


Automotive Sales Consultants
at Walt's Live Oak Ford Mercury
Highest Commission in North Central Florida.
Excellent benefits including: '
401K Life Insurance Medical Dental
I ask for Eddie McCullough or Dave Esco,
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available. Be home at night. Apply at 263 Comfort Road in Palatka or call!
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810 Home for Sale
SENSATIONAL BRICK HOME
For Sale By Owner, 3.66 acres in
Live Oak, 4 BR, 2 BA, 4 miles to
town, professional landscaped ,
3 outbuildings, access to lake, with
grapes & blueberry bushes, must see
to apprec., $209,000, 386-364-5492.
SOUTHERN OAKS Country
Club- 3/2 brick ranch, 2334 sqft,
new kitchen. Just reduced $205,000.
Call (386)397-3473
82O Farms &
Acreage
10 ac. of Beautiful Oak & Pine
Trees. Enjoy a Country Living
atmosphere w/ a frontage road in
Lake City, F1. $130K.
Call after 6:00 PM 386-752-7157
5ACRES
ONLY 4 TRACTS LEFT,
your choice. Beautiful rolling Grand
Daddy Oaks, 1 has hill top
view,RESTRICTED.Owner may
help to finance. Call Jane S. Usher
Lic. Real Estate Broker.
386-755-3500.
7, 10 and 20 Acre Tracks.
Avail. West of Lake City
Call Jane S. Usher Lic. RE. Broker.
386-755-3500'
82 Beautiful acres on a scenic paved
Rd. 30 acres in mature pines, 52
acres in rolling pasture. $12,500 per
acre. Bill A'b-5,90-0883
FSBO: 7.4 Acre Wooded Lot.
W/well & septic.-6 mile N of Lake
City towards White Springs. $100K.
10% down & $930 mth.
Call 386-752-4597
Macon/Schley Co., GA
-157 AC- $1,695/AC
Private hunting tract
w/hardv goods & ilunrnedpine.
St. Regis Paper Co., LLC
OWNER FINANCE 5-15 acres
Columbia & Suwannee Counties.
386-754-7529.
www.bullardproperty.com
Bullard Properties Owner/Broker.
Q830 Commercial
Property,
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE Space
available on Hwy247/Branford
Hwy. 1/2 mile South of US 90.
1500 sq ft with 1 acre of land. Call
386-365-7870 for information.
4000 FT, AC Warehouse w/office
& loading dock, 3 phase avail.
$1,833 mo. Pinemount Commercial
Warehousing 386-752-3910 David.
Restaurant in White Springs
For Sale or Lease
I-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
3, 6-3(5-3865
www.property4you.biz

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ACROSS 44
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1 Doe's mate 49
5 Devious 52
19 Food additive 55
12 Clarinet kin 56
13 Adams or 58
Brickell 59
14 Cry of discovery 60
15 Womanizer 61
16 Market 62
17 Not decaf. 63
18 Aerie 64
Hatchlings
20 Director
George-
22 Not rpow 12
23 FICA ID 2
24 Piece of turf
27 Osiris' sister 3
31 Nasty! 4
34 Ten cents
35 Lawless role 5
36 Loud noise 6
38 Claw or talon'
40 Rubble-maker 7,
41 Entertainer 8
Falana 9
42 Coastal fliers


890 Resort Property

01555896
SPORTSMANS PARADISE
YEARLY MEMBERSHIPS
Hunting, fishing, lodging and
meals are all part of this offer.
Conveniently located' in
White Springs, Fla. For details
call Nick @478-621-0915

920 Auto Parts
920 & Supplies
Tauna Cover for Explorer Sport
Trak. 6 mths old, like new.
Paid $250, sacrifice for $100.
386-697-4083 or 386-758-8707
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930 Motorcycles
2006 Honda Rebel
250cc, 300 mi. 5yr ext. warranty.
$4,500 Firm.
Call 386-623-3413
HONDA MOTORCYCLE 600.
-Shadow, 1999. 11K actual miles.
Black. $3,000. 18ft pull Camper,
$1,000. Ask for Darrell 752-6422

940 Trucks
1995 GMC Step-Side
76K Original mi. looks new in/out.
$7,700 OBO.
Call 386-963-3527

950 Cars for Sale
*Hondas from $500*,
Police Impounds!
For listings call
1- l.1-',6 .--4S01.Il extA760
CAR FOR SALE '1h CH-YSLER
LHS NOT RUNNING GOOD
INTERIOR 1000.00 OBO
386-75.-s-3so KATHY OR JOHN

952 _Vans & Sport
.92 Util. Vehicles
1994 Dodge Caravan
3.3 Liter V-6. Motor runs good,
transmission works well. $700.
Call 386-935-6967


Fabric means.
Overrule
Wild time
Splicing
Luau fare
Pilot et al.
Theater award
Sitcom ET
Zen riddle
Warden's fear
Encountered.
Close relatives
Ayec's opposite

bOWN

Use a drill
"Lusitania"
sinker (hyph.)
Hack
Capsized,
with "over"
Frontier, once
Bad day
for Caesar
Rapper Kim
Screams
Painter
-Chagall


952 _Vans & Sport
9532 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



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ROE MI CA .COLE
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NESS FAU X NOM


WAY NE HEMP
RHO ACE PEACE
ASK LAW T EARS
POE SRS SHOE


Mets' stadium
Comedian's
stock
Wife of Geraint
PC operating
system


23 Tankard
25 Kudzu and ivy
26 FitzGerald's
poet
28 TV receiver
29 Place to stay
30 Took a break
31 Search-
engine find
32 Gunk
33 Sutton of golf
37 Zany
Martha -
39 Strauss
of denims
43 Baja gents
45 Knocks down
47 Knee-to-
ankle bone
48 Scallion
49 Cyberspace
junk mail
50 Fishing rod
51 Crevice
52 Novelist
Auel
53 Pays for
54 Catches on
57 Outback
jumper


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